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FULTON COUNTY, KEffUCKY, FRIDAY. MAY 8, 1885. A DAEIKG JIOBERY. Yut- - ft W Wk With Neatness and Dispatch. ' . 8A.X.B 33111.3, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD- i; Offlce Jackson Street, next door to CltyHall. I2STNriTA.TI03NXS. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. ETC., BTO. PRICC ORSUBSCRIPTIOX, 81.50. TVAE DETERMINED 0IT. YOL. X2E-- N0. ,3 31. ! OJSVIUXj .aLXT'D SKXJ TJ- - !. 1 V ' . Ft- - " - A AnrS: 5?C CErys,a.ya:" rf lio" fent Theso creatures have no homo! Their chil but to walk' dren unwashed ; their furniture undusted; were not given J QlYllIn fMf TltllKAMA Mn.lr.l disordered; tho houso a modestlv- - not JSL Ieapnpudentlv liko tholr in tke Itulits of a Th . haj... . Tho ArlcansasJtlver Spreading Over A- Twelve Firomon lluriert oonnectkn with Doos Dancing Occupy Too Maoh camels." unoo-;"-.r" f nn "was 01 me an- scono 01 contusion, misrule, cneenessuess Largo the tWorm woather inlino lSurnlng IJuJldtBg. Q (iflinn AnEsprnee Oar Robb&d of urwtil)AT djacent Country a"l Ioing .Great VTrtrtlt nut n '?A dance is tho and dirt. Ono would think yoa might disThe Czar Has Sent an Ultimatum cient church Place in Modern Society. much llgher condition or order in tho to SumofMonf. devil's possession, aad he that cntereth cover oven amid tho witcheries of tho ball- to the British Government. PiTTsnoRon, April ST. At ten o'clock tfcif baCCOShn offer. ,! f,a tnflnanoo nf .?. into a danco eatereth late his possession. room, tho sickening odors of the unswept, vrU has increased by two reasons deal Tho Question Considered in a Recent The devil Is th gate to the middlo and to unventilatod and unclean domestic apartFulton, Ark., April 2S. The river has ovenlng flames burst88from different A few building No. Third avenue. Enters a Car, ers hv0 been accustomed this year to n for six days, now Sermon In Urooklyn Tabernacle The Entire KnsMaji. to l)C jrohllizcd, been steadilyo rising on the Government of tho later the flremea were bosy al With a Club an Outlaw Messenger the cud of .the danco. As many passes as ments. singula- - exemption of tobaccos minutes feet marks thirty-twThoso dissipations extinguish all lovo of Knocks tho Express by Itev. T. DeWltt ana sm "viar from damp-nesa mau makes in daidag so many passes Ttniilnril on of theii gauge, and is still rising half an inch per work, and by eleven o'clock twelve ad the advanee of the season toward D. D. and Baggageman Senseless, doth he mako to be." ELwwhere, old dog- nsefulness. Uow could you expect one to ,Wr.r. warmfr weather tends to make dampness a hour. The whole country along the banks number were buried la the ruins of falling mas declare : .HThe woaum thatsingeth be interested in tho alleviations of the is inundated, and people with stock are walls, which will probably cause the deatL moreJtJportanfc consideration. The Bur-leTho text of Dr. Talmage's sermon on the in tho dance is theBriaeen of tae devilf world's misery, whilo thoro is a question One othei of them. two fleeing to tho highland for Safety. The of br&ka tave TUQ uoavny into grades subject "Does Dancing Occupy VThloh They Are Deliberately Shot nnd these that aaJerare his clerks, and to bo decided about tho sizo of a glovo or " Too Much miesfling. After the walls fL' After London, April 29. A dispatch from St. lower portion of Fulton is submerged, and is UI SoHn- from lijw medium down, and the market Place in Modern Society Hood Tho Through the i" was from the beholders ars, h friends, and the tho shado of a garment? now many of Petersburg says it is learned on has diran a very largo part of its support Matthew xiv., C: "When Herod's birthday music aro his bel&ws, aad the fiddlers are theso men and women of tho n repetition of last year's disastrous flood is the firemen began a search for theft drel Aftw OetMmc the CeatonU authoritythat orders have been secret- inevitable. Fields recently greenwith wav- entombed comrsde!, the cries and groans Krem the . of the Nf. Iuni ironinuyors for oxport. Good and fini was kept the daughter of nerodias danced the ministers of,' .ha avil; for, as when visit the poor, or help dress tho wounds of ly given for tho mobilization of the entire ing corn are now a wilderness of Vater. The of the injued being their guide. In a short Train oorJK Tarlle on rad?Jh beau scarce, and the highest before them and pleasad Herod.". Follow- hoga aro strayei Ifjtho hogsherd call a returned soldier in tho hospital? When all were taken out except Foreman -Russian army, and that the Czar is now loss of stock Is very heavy. The Iron tiBe of Engine Company No. 7, ho Ilk, Trail. Afood, one, all assemble together, so tho devil did tho world over 30 a perpetual dancer PricJSPaid anywhere on 18i Burlap ing is the sermon: . fully determined on war. Mountain Railroad has several hundred could not bo found up to two o'elocic mis --"liiSas paid persons fere during the week. Th In tf.ArlnnrAnr dlstributine tracts? bach ral.Ptlinnn.wmnaaUitfTi?SALOXB'H' IJKitANn. .,- . . . " jm ? " tr ing Odessa, April 29 Tho Odessadivision of men working in the bridge hereby accumu-to moraine-- The unssiuc and injured are: gensmffiarket. - uYir&n&mitM&rvmixmilTr t Uirnea- - tn upntifinseivjs,- aaa u j ve .; .. ." " r army, nutnherinc thlrty save it from being borne nwny .Nelson Woods, missing; John GroffUineer, April 30. The moet palacs ts lfhtcd""Tho ulgh- - ail tho dancera r4i.r- tnpthpr RrOMtuoTox. ltP.. oUpricei j day.-JTThin iviaf TSeeriiPA thousand men, has been ordered to pro-fi- rt lating drift. Rains in tho Arkansas River foreman No. ' breast crushed and skull The gilded sphere is utterly bed watv has" averaged somewhat lower. We flud. ways leading thereto are ablaze with the wholesale and indiminate denunciantnnm in tho Casnlan. TTOOP3 from Vallevhavo done considerable damage by imeiurMi.' win uie:.' uuuu iviihiu,j. ikuj - . .. . nr77. pomp of invited guests. Lords, Captains, tion grew out of the uur dissolu ienes3 of intellect and soul. This constant stud ,o(rorlow4p5jTgrt9Bi of plantations, above h (Waver, at tho close of the week, thatonly &? a erattott UM jftrrWnwiog, was p ! udiua.iujciMui.uucx'uou'a"jK7k4Hai n hTerv sjjcht changes in quotation s are ad- - merchants, Princes and tlie mightiest uion those ancient plays. So treat at ono time littlo things; this harrassing anxiety abot. IT. tl 1T..A !. ..l.ul . tlVTl llohavb'bcenbrolienllbutwuBraiSftaoll V 1 4 on the Louisville, New Ainany auu um 'mis3jble Largo manufacturers have not of the realm are on the way to mingle in was tho offenso to all dcency that the dress; this talk of fashionable infinitesim-i uuw me aoienses'oi. vms' druvlocal in cuarncer. mo water 5 BtreoKaening Fulton, broth, r of Mayor Pulton, shoulder cago Railroad last night. i"r . Bpen buying with much eagerness, but tb the festivities. The tables are filled with ' Roman Senate decreed thV. expulsion of als; this group that simper and look as"falling from Fort Smith down. city. dislocated; Win. Mackevey, badly cut on sud-- f express due here at from kance at the mirrors and wonder, with inSt. Petersburg. April 29. The Czar has Montreal, April 23. The flood has and thfheadby falling bricks; John Burns, Chicago tremand has been proportionate to the of all the luxuries that loj-a- l purveyors can all dancers and dancing-ttastcr- s ided about three feet since yesterday n$ an ultirqatnm to tho British Governfinity of interest, "how that ono geranium seriously cnt on the head by falling bricks. m., had taken water at the Harrodsburg fetings of the better mediums and tht gather spiced wines and fruits and raro Roma. ment stating that, unless England accepts tho worst is now considered over. Ha" of The four others were but slightly hurt. tank and got under headway, ten miles grades above. The tendency of prices tc meats. The guests, uhite robed, annointed Yet we aro not to discuss tho mstoms of leaf does look:" this shriveling up of water, and The building ns owned bv E. Edmnndsou the boundary in Afghanistan proposed by the village of Longuol Is under man entered the exman's moral dignity until it Is no more obamounts to a decline ol and perfumed, take their places. Music! that day, but the customs of the present-WRussia, Russian troops will immediately people have been obliged to abandon their & fjons. The a wiU be less than $J0,0W. below here, a baggage awl inside quotations car and press can not let tho fathers decide the servable with the nakid eye; this taking a slightly this Louses. Tho water lowered march upon1 Herat. 26ca$l from the figures of ten days ago The jests ovoko roars of laughter. Riddles Webber, who was Dark andtieavy styles have been in activt are propou tided; repartees indulged; toasts question for us. Our reason, enlightened" heart, that God meant should be filled with struck Baggage-mastmorning. e Affairs. lying down at tho time, over the head wRh demand tnd prices have favored sellers foi drunk; tho brain befogged. 4jWit gives by the Bible, shall bo tho standard. I am all amenities, and compressing it until all Quebec. April 23. Reports from all Not Ended. The Trouble in Panama Washingtox, April 27. Thefonrth-das- s that tho floods this a ltludsson. rendering him uiiconscioHs; place to uproar and blasphemy. And yot not ready to excommunicato aU thoso who the fragrance and simplicity and artless-nePanama', April 20. Cambil Canibina, parte ofspriugvicinity stategreater an for or are now then quickly passed to American Express all grsdd except the commonest lugs. Or they are not have been of this are squeezed out of it; this inquisi satisfied. Turn on more light, lift their feet beyond a certain height. I Messenger of tho Diplomatic Corps of wholl, tho market manifests a very many years imst. Tho town of bt. receiving consideration at the hands of. attacked nim. the steadiness and healthfulness. Give us more music. Sound tho trampot. would not visit our youth with a rigor of tion of a small shoe; this wrapping up of inundated, but the water Postmaster General Vilas, ami new ap- messenger George Davis, and lying down arrived at Panama yesterday, with was partly Davis is supposed to have been The National troops, ivho consist chiefly of is now receding. The weafter has been exceedingly favora- Clear the floor for the dance. Bring in criticism that would put out all their ardor tnind nnd heart in a ruffle; this tumbling pointments are being made as rapidly as .i k. was a. through messenBervfwiwi ble to theitlant bods, forcing forward th Salomo, tho graceful and accomplished of soul. I do not bcliovo that all the in- down of n soul that Goi meant for great Tolunteers-"'froCaucua, under cemmand Seventy-tw- o he can consider the cases. no goods to transfer until he reached Green habitants of Wales, who used to step to tho upliftings. I prophesy the spiritual ruin THE SHADOWS of General 'Montoya, who has sent Aizpuru belated aowth. We quote 1S1 tobacco! Princess. appointments were made Saturday, and castle. Davis was also clnbbed, aajl eviin thi3 rivalry. The doors are opened, and in bounds tho sound of tho rustic went down to of all participants hours. notice to leavotbe city in forty-eigpackages: as followsfor GenThe Postmaster glistening dently attempted to shield himself ith his dancer. Stand back and give plenty of ruin. 1 would give to all nf our youth tho Havo the white, jiolishod, fight. That Hang Oier Great Volitions Tho Pan. about sixty Aizpuru now says 1 he will Doric Md Heavy. Burton. eral has issued a circular order to PostIf ho does not evacuate the room for the gyrations. The Lords are right to romp and play, God meant it, or boards ever been the road to Heaven? ger of Assassination of the I'reslucnt arms, as his head ami none bear cats Trash Z MM 4 8 I J87Sa43R $ , masters explanatory of the changes madeby and bruises. sity, the National troops will try to dis4 1)09) r, K 4 ftO 6 00 Juat what too place Common s They never saw such poetry of He would not have surcharged our naturo Who, at the Hash of those chandelier!-- hath lodge him,- and unless tho United States Congress at the last session in the rate of between fc 5 75 swift e n motion. Their souls whirl in the reel and with such exuberance. If a mother join kindled a torch for eternity'' From the Davis Medium ls...- robber .and, the Washington', April 23. Many friends of postages. The Postmasters are informed troops interfere, the city will stand n poor 75ft ft m a Webber Good lurf hands with her children, and whilo the table spread at the closo of that excited T ft W fiOttftTOi bound with the bounding font, nerod forCommon ffiif chance. If Aizpuru remains in tho city the President Cleveland aro much ooncsrned that on and after July 1 the rate on all do- will never be known, tell. Medium Wf Tftnain f- gets crown and throne every thing but eldest strikes the keys, fills all the houso and besweated scene, who went home to TJW8W ill s struggle wlllibo indefinitely prolonged. At about his personal safety. It is a matter, including drop was insensible and Davis cannever mestic 00612 K 9 OOail 00 office, will be two Probably Davis made a good fight, as his Good lead 4 o'clock ve'sterdav afternoon the various with tho sound of agile feet, I see no harm. say his prayers? fact that he has received, or those letters at 00017 09 13 5018 (X the fascinations of Salome. The magnifiConsuls held a meeting with Aizparu who around him have received, many annony-mou- s cents per ounce or fraction thereof, instead pistol, with two empty chambers, was Paney let cence of his realm is as nothing compared If a few friends, gathered in happy circle, the dance Ol' death. change undertook to give the city to the Govfound near the jOace, and the To many, alas! this life is a masquerade with that which now whirlj before him on conclude to cross and recoss tho room to letters threatening hU life. Every of two cents per half ounce. This Canada, afterward known to have ben wounded 5Ilorllaii-oKent. ernment troops upon their arrival, but as will notapplv to mail addressed to robber is gentleyet ho shows no signs of carrying out this precaution has been taken to prevout the but to other foreign mails. To provide for in soot way, but when Webber fully Drum larch the total output ol tiptoe. His heart is iu transport with the sound of piano well played, I seo no ball. As at such entertainments, undertaking. The rebels sllll occupy the execution of these threats. They come, wants that may arise from the chauge iu recovered consdonsiwss the robber was whisky bvhe distilleries of Kentucky wat Salome as her arms are new tossed in the harm. If a company of people, all of men and ladies appear in the dress of Cathedral towers, ami are ready to defend in matter or newsno donbt, the rate on second-clas- s standing over him with his revolver 2,042,11 sfllons. against 1,901,24) gallon- - air and now placed akimbo. He sways whom aro known to the host or hostess ns Kings or Queens, mountain bandits and instances, many poor Davis had from two cents to his head, papers mailed the Guarteis. The National troops remain on from bloodthirsty assassins, but with every motion of the enchantress. Ho roputahlc, move round tho room to the clowns, and at the close of the dance board tho Hulk. If, as it now appears probto one cent per pound, the department has . ttilUt tJimnck kw Itrain. Webber in MarchJlS64, and 1,11.200 gallons in thrills with from downright lunatics. Since decided to issue a new paper and periodical was compelled at the point of ths pisioi March, the quick pulsations of hor sound of musical instruments, I can seo no throw off their disguises. So many all ably, Aizpuru refuses to vacate the city be li$. feet, and is bewitched with the posturing harm. I for a long whilo tried to seo in it through life move in mask. Across the van only be dulodgea bv an attack by the President Cleveland has become the lessee stamp of denomination of one cent, the detn t.ira tt. v.v from Hie uecaei fllvii' TfarnLTin ttao cantnnnail At T? il electric lights a harm, but I never could and probably floor they trip merrily; the lights sparkle Government troops. So one can predict of the Executive Mansiongreat gates, in sign and color of which wdl be the Davis and unlock the express jjtfe. The and attitudes that be never saw before turning to one yesr in the Penitentiary for perjury in a moment exchanged for others just as never will. I would to God men kept along the wall or Urop from tho ceiling n the effect of such en attack. It may re- have been placed at the to the house, at same, as those of the present oeries. robber then nned the safe, entrance front of the main of Webber. The sult In a terrible disaster, a untaxing. Green, while riding The feet bound, At " will He sits in silence before the young for a greaterlength of time. Never very cohort of fire! rear. Thev The be ready for issue on June rait, a hull into the both has shot rendered again insensi- - funeral proeseion, John Harris' horse in General 1. Postmaster Panama, April 20. A.spuru surrenders Thev wings of the building,inand in its fell whi ling, bounding, leaping, tfto evening flashing sinco my schoolboy days have I loved so gemmed, hands stretched out, clasp- to glare early beein a plan for ble, hot regaining cactosass in a short upon unconditionally, and together with his fol- a little before dark and are not not yet found time 'to outl-nhim, breaking his leg in two place; wonder. And when thn dance stops and well as now the hilarities of life. What if gemmed bands. Dancing feet respond to Congressional enactlowers will retire from the city. Accordtime he saw the rotW still In the car, eviof giving effect to the with till ing to the treaty agreed upon to be signed dispensed morning isthein sunlightphy. ment providing for the nso'of "special de- deutlv intending.' ride to this place, the ' and the right shoulder, and otherwise the tinkling cymlxds pans and tho long, we have felt heavy burdens and suffered a dancing feet. Gleaming brow bends low full Webber then manag- - braising Mat badly. livery" stamps at next stopping tha city, together with all the next loud plandMs that shook the palace with multitude of hard knocks, is it any reason to gleaming brow. On with the danco The grounds are heavily policed, makrevolutionary armament, will be delivered ing it almost Impossible for any intrader ed to strnggto bis feet, unnoticed , In Louisville five carpenters at work oc their thunders had abated, the entranced why wo should stand in tho path of those Flash and rustic and laughter and imover to the government troops nader combv the robbeo' M,1 grasped the bell rope j' a scairold fa Betud te Die. But the measurable President Cleveland gain an the new Catholic Church, it monarch swears unto the princely per- who, unstung by life's misfortunes, aro The robber alarm. mand of Colonel RejTes, as soon as the gov- to yet to beentrance. Pennsylvania a eane, 27. Z. A. and gave"taken unawares at this and ' coarse of seen on s Roodhousk, III., April languor, of death oomw over tha and full of glee? instruction, were more or lest former: "Whatsoever thou &halt ask of ernment .troops eater tlie city. Colonel the crowded thoroughfare was evideuT Lights God bless the young I They will havo to limbs and blurs tho sight. Monyfbya will then assume the en il and of the Capital, and his feet and gala street Stratham, a Chicago and Alton conductor, became "" ,n nl8 actions, running- seriously hejured by the sudden giving way me I will give it to the3, to the half of my have never vet military governorship of Panama until the touched the more unfrequented street. Ills threw himself in front of a moving train at thwuicrtiAbe oar a time or two, then sta- of the seaflWd. live many a day if they want to hear me lowor! Floor hollow with sopuchral kingdom." tjonwf Zimslf at the door leading to the reorganization of the State government. say ono word to dampen their ardor or echo. Music saddens into a wail. Lights TUB KATK OF TnZ rLAIN Sl'BAKINO. inseparable companion is Colonel Lament, Pearl, twelve miles west of here, at ten ;er coarnes ana Kept watcn until SrxrsKN miles below Paduoak, daily about three o'clock Sunday night, and was so horri- who drives with him Now there was In prison n minister by clip their wings or to throw a cloud upon lower! Tho maskers can hardly now be n slowed np, when be jumped off o, colored, left the house in charge Bids for' Printing Postage Stamps. They Uv mangled that he only lived one hour. the afternoon. o'clock in exchange their fragrance tppeareo. v nen the train men a d daughter and severa, the lwnif of John tlie Baptist, who had their lifo by telling them it is hard and seen. Flowers odor, such as como from ride in n vory close and stronglv It f! a verv sensational suicide. In the e the express car and took in the small WAsniNflTO, April 28. The one, in whieh children. During her absence, Clar made much trouble by his honost preach- dark and doleful. It is no snch thing. for a sickeninghnvrlaln in vaults of cembuilt coupe nation they seem to have become great- Department opened and scheduled the occupant, aleaning back, well nigh es- morning he had a quarrel with a young ing. He bad denounced tho sins of the You will meet with many atrial; but, garlands that This Uv alarmed, for, although the moon was ence Bllis, a colored boy, entered the house King and brought down upon himself the speaking from my own experience, lot mo eteries. LightsVOwcr! Mists fill tho room. proposals for supplying adhesive postage capes observation. The horses are driven lady to whom he was engaged, brightly, they neither made any took down a gun and shot the girl, tearinj ndJnm'n'' stamps for the next fiscal year. The num- rapidly, and the orders to the coachman. brought on a lit of despondency. 'tima?!."-- to par.-nme rooner nor away her left arm. No motive is known wrath of the females in tho Royal family. tell you that you will be treated a great Glasses rattloas though shaken by sullen several ); are not to stop under any pretext. Mr. i,a tlirAdtenad his life evening he ber of ordinary stamps required is I even to itoi) and alarm tht inhabitants of When last seen, Bllis was near At the instigation of her mother, Salome deal better than yoa deserve. Lot us not thunder, tghs soein caught among the y as diir'nf the riv. bm.1 the In f newspaper and periodical Cleveland is as much a prisoner . 1., .nul.I(nj. In u.aa thn iMBf'of the little town of ftmithvllle, a short dis The police are searching for him. Padueah takes advantage of the King'.? extrava- grudge to the young their joy. As we go curtains Scarfs falljfrom the shoulder ol a man under the condemnation of iostage-dn- e tance this vide of where th robber Jumped stamps, - 2.J34tB; of Lights lower! Over gant promise and demands the head of farther onjn life tetus go with the re- beautywi shroud! ,a under the spirits. He left the house about halfJ stamps, off. as thy might have d'jne, but ran on to ami of special the law. No "suspect" 2,&2?B, Ax unruly cow and calf was being drivet danco of death Rlide h ',oti'r gleeful thoi.liiPryJa'ds dinner-plathaunted as nine o'clock, accompanied by ,JSJJI this place, where they left the wounded surveillance is on a Thers membrance thaWi.bTa the delivery 50060. The bidders strictest He gives the impression friends. Going to the railroad trac?""1 through the streets of Louisville a few Johnmim1Baptist ,". rirs hnrl uesuur.. inn , "- - usnijiiuiiiLiueuLtt. 1.U&1. jJL"-,or heavy feet and the clatter of days. When nyJy i wrrr ' men. Davis and Webber. Word was imwere toe Secretary of the Treasury, for he is. d: Ki.m. "?v TL zZ mediately freight train tcr. ...v. rur:.iK i. uawn.-j)kiVl;'ftMt--' Kur'"alls"OD,J J . to J. O. Howe, local ex- - davit ag. The latter dashed into Deppen't tvyuvua vhhhuq ui vno inuuup crMM u1. p4,ia-.v. the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. of a man of great coolness, who would not an approaching hjs--,p aiviu liMi-fl. hv iJni-.,5"ni"tol,.il ...... Tha .m... ...... tttmrJitotiMtA4-alalBa- ri ..MW ctonKh wress acent here, and vay, out say:yi.ion cmmm&Lior tn. Iaa;jtaira.nSiWe,-,,oorkfantl al Sn.iuiprt!tlTmyffp than common prn- - ma - deetrnetsotx tn 'Ws flt dM?,"HI ,0 MecusfoflorsTnroMrotnrnfn oLsmoking5laniffs-icksalmo3- t quenched. inetite jeiabiiWtMihwailengin and cended UT,t6JcolTl story. The drivei from their awful errand. Ibp3 nana n now lot others h.. . . aiwl the dlctntos or common sense banded him his watch KMSfeffSSSS?-"XirJfJZi rant hank tn th imii of the ronberv, porsned the little liovine, which becanii would demand. His friends claim for him ing: "i. want yon to Sfft these to tract, and the Franklin Banknote platter to Salome. What is 011 the platter? dron come on let us cheeffuuy give tnom Choking damps. ChiUness. Feet still. By this Nothing, however, was seen of the robthat he yields to of Now York. The department has not stalwart courage, and say not to his own remember me by when I tyTOead." Stratham ber, but about 400 in bloody packages frightened, am as the only mean6 of es A new tankard of wine to rekindlo tho our places. How gfad will I bo to let them Hands folded. Eyes shut Voices hushed. time the train was qnitV11-vet decided in what style the stamps shall their solicitations and and, brand; was found where he jumped from the train, capo jumpedhrough the large lato glasi mirth of the Lords? No! It s redder havo everything nty bouss, inybool'3, my Lights out! then pulled out a by hand, steam pro- wishes. le executedvWht-theishlng it. warned hiscompanions to keep and soon after daylight some $!. in snver of the secomstory window and fell on at than wine and .xwtlier. It Is the ghastly, place in society, my heritagol By the cess, or by a combination of both, and the was found somo fortv yards further away awning away. Before tierealised what he Unwiso Co m inundation. POST-OFFIC- E below. His weight tori bloedjK head of John tbo Baptist I Its timo wo wo will hayo- - had our way REFORM. bidders to submit proposals he had thswn himself in front of with considerable blood in the locality, wirougn uw nriu, inu we y uungbier ici locks como N.Y.rost for each class of work. No aw urn was dabbled in gore. Its oyos set in tho long enough. Then let the engine. ThJ young lady to whom showing the robber was bleeding, but ' made. For thirl Rev. Phillips Brooks, in his Palm Sunday A Movement Against AiIieftiMiinent SupStratham was foraged is almost erased whether from a wound received at the to the pavement. The calf was but sligbtlj ' death stars. The distress of tha last agony on, and we'll have It adventure, and wil. in the features. That fascinating form ty, forty or fifty yearsfvVo bavo been sermon, severely reprimanded tho press for plements and Swindling Scheme. hands of Davis in a struggle or in jumping hnrt frrun with grief. ' More Apndlntments. from the train can not be known. The lingly wenBoff with Its oltstreperom that just now sw ayed so gracef idly in tho drinking from tho cup of life; and wo the lack of discrimination in commenting whole country was aroused, aitd the e "WasrirvtoV, April 2J). The President mamma. Washington, April 2S. The Montral's Great Fteed. dance bends over the horrid burden wih- - onght not to complain if called to pas3 tho upon the moral character of men who are nearly all ont hunting him. mode thft. fcllowing appointment Floods in this lie Department is now considering the quesApril 27. have figured lnrgoly in the community for decomposed body of Mrs out a shudder. She gloats over tho blood; cup along and let others take a drink. Montreal, Thk partiany by drops ot tracked was Charles L. S00U, of Alabama, Minister tion whether tho various pamphlets and neighborhood lave caused enormous damSIMTJL INDULGENCES. their wealth or in public stations. Ho said blood some two miles in a west Moltie Davswort, of Louisville, was found awl just as tlie maid of your household Resident ami Consul General of the United supplements issued by the wetkly story age to propert, and the actnal extent can erly course. At one o'clock this in her rooaff a few days ago. She was t goes bearing out on a tray the empty But whilo we have a right to the enjoythat success was emphasised and commendStates to Venezuela: "Warren Green, of papers throughout the country are really not yet be estimated. Apprehension is felt afternoon a special train with two hundred widow, livesaloue and was very ecoentrit glasses of the evening's entertainment, so ments of life, wo never will countenance ed without regard to tho character of the Kentucky, Consul General at men went to the scene to get on his second-clas- s for the safetybf the nuns iu the convent on armedand scour every nook she carried out on a platter toe dissovorcd sinful indulgences. I here set forth a man who had achieved it, whether hs hopes that in her manser. It is supposed she ha Japan; John D. Bacon, of South admissible to tho mails as matter. These sections or additions to the tho Nun's l7and, above Victoria Bridge, track so badly wounded hein will hide in been dead ftt several days before dSscov hoed of that good mau, while, all tho ban- group of what might bo called the dissipa- stood for or against tho interest of his felCarolina, Charge d'Affaires to Parahe is lows, whilo tho test of all roal success, In somo communiguay and Urugua. To be United States regular issue aro printed for distribu- About twen$" nuns reside therp and thre some of the rough country near, where he erod. queters shouted and thought it a grand tions of tho " Consuls: Berthold Greonebaum, of Cali- tion as advertisement?, and do not accom- is no commmication during the time the ice can be caught, if he Was uot seriously such a lirief and oasy way ties these dissipations continue all tho whether it was according to tho laws ol The trialof Andy Wepler at Louisville Joke that in The fornia, afc Apia; Albert Looning, of New God or the laws of justice batweon men, every paper, nor do they contain a in the riveri breaking up. water island is wounded, however, aud when he left the they had tfreed themselves from such a year, while they do the chief work in sumlubmerged. The York, at Bremen; Joseph B. Hughes, of pany continuation of any of the regular matter, completely the second story of the appears train was only seeking to evade pursuit by for the killing of Harry Clay, resulted it and therefore was overlooked. If a Boston millionaire troublesomo minister. What mer at the watering-placeconvent the men, may Ciio, at Birmingham, Kngland; John II. traitt he have finding the aofendant guilty, and fixing hit "Supplement," and to be up to Putnam, of Ohio, at Honolulu; Victor A. but thev are stamped distribution as such. building. The rushing torrent and huge taken course another and piinishtaenst two years in the peniten- could be more innocent than a birthday tho subject has made wide application. should die, ho intimated that the papers put in the mails for eouimunk-t(ohimSnrtori. of Pennsylvania, at Leghorn: The Assistant Attorney uenerai to wie floating Idfcks of ice prevent placed several miles between festival? All the Kings from tho Unw of They swing an awful scythe of death. Are would extol him for his wealth, and mako Robert E. Withers, of Virginia, at Hong Po3tofilce Department is now engaged in and the Sisters of the congregation to self and the soene of the robbery before tiary. A nw trial ill be asked for. Pharoah had celebrated such days, and we to stand idly by and let the work go on, him out to bo a public benofactor, whether . Kong. morning. While onlv one man was seen' At Louisville, a fow days ago, Whitt why not Horod? It was right that tho lost in the rebuke we tread upon the long bo had gained his wealth by fair means or preparing an opinion on this subject. He which thelmprisoned nuns belong them. by Webber, a traveling advertiser, who Eagle, iutrepreter aud chief of tho tribo 01 supplements will hold that tho Tho whirl-- foul, while the moral interests of tho comI weal out when the tra'n stopped to water Indians now with Buffalo Bill, was found palace should be lighted and the cymbaU trail of somo popular vanity? The Strelok and the Garnet. are not supplements as doflned by the drags down the life, munity demanded that such a man should Amercans Withdraw From Panma. to throw off some dodgers, says he saw wallowing In the gutter. He bad imbibed should clap and that the royal guests pool of tho Revised Statutes, and he will decide Norfolk, Ya., April 29.' The Russian that if these publications are conNew Tork, April 27. A special from two, one 01 wnom was eoncea'ea behind a should go to a banquet; but boforo the the beauty and tho moral worth of cities. only bo comtnen lod so far as he had lived and the other too much flro water. His tomahawk wat rioting and wasttail that closed the sccno In this whirhvmd of imported silks goes for the welfare of his fellow-meand had corvette Strelok quietls loft the harbor at tinued in their present form, they Panama to the Tribune, dated April 2J, freight car on a in his eleven o'clock last night. liter destination will have to be separated from second-clas- s says: American troops under commander with a stick express hand, passed forward gone and hi? war paint was made up frott of that day every pure nature revoltd. out tho life of many good famlies. Bodies secured wealth or pobitiou by fair and car. Webber describes gutter mud. In his luishy black hair won or newspaper matter paying one cent McCalk liegan to withdraw from the city toward the as a man aliout is unknown. The British honorable methods. aud souls innumerable are annually conthk question ov dancino. the robber six fevt tall, a number of soiled or book feathers, and Garnet is still in Hampton Roads. The per pound, and put into third-clas- s of ribbons. 1 am not going at this timo to discuss sumed in this conflagration A last night under an agreement with slender, sandv or light complex iml, and by general belief here is that the corvette is matter pavin? oight cents per pound. o his side an empty whisky bottle. Hi Aizpurn and tho French Consul. The thirty years old, with a small light musold question, Is dancing right or This stvlo of dissinatiou is tho abettor of trying to steal away from the English- number of "boodle" swindles an! The Weight of the Sun. was taken to the station house. In tht the city destroys American tache, which he thinks was false. Webgames have been reported to the evacuation of the man. wrong? but, Does dancing ocenpy too much pride, the instigator of jJalousy, the sacrihas lieen wild rejoic- ber has the robber's ball in bis neck yet, morning he was fined twenty dollars an placo in modem society? And in my re- ficial altar of health, thodcfilerof the soul, NOUP6J.K, Va., April 2). Tho Russian Postoffico Department recently which the prestige here. There to ing and sympathisers and may possibly recover, but the surAn astronomer gives us an idea ot costs, whieh was paid. White Eagle gath- marks I hojio to carry with mo tho affec- tho avenue of lust and tho cursa of tho corvette Strelok put to sea at 1 a. in. to- Secret Service men have been attending see withamoug the insurgents owners anticipate geons there- think aro few to them, and It is now proposed can not serious trouble. property blankets about Consul hero wired the heretofore. the relative weight of the sun and tho day. The British hint. He w as taken ered his for The Americans are called chances tions of all thoughtful people. Whatever town. Tho tread of this wild, intoxicatGarnet, whether the Postotllce Department Captain of the British him and departed a sadder if not a wisei you may think of tho amusoment, you ing., heated, midnight dance jars nil tho earth, as follows: 'Let us, to start on every to his home at New Albany cowards, and threats are heard lying at Hampton Roads. The Garnet aid the Treasury force m protecting the side Davis was lying unconscious at the Indian. The American troops withs with, weigh the sun. Suppose wo havo of the city. Tha phymust admit that from somo circles it has moral on signaled the officers at Old Point fools of the country later with no hopes of his drew to the Panama Railway Station. Orchard House to come aboard and have the ship made While W. D. Lowry and George Denglo crowded out all opportunity for intellect- sical ruin is OTidaut. What will become of a balance gigantio enough for the purrecovery, and was taken to Louisville this General Aizpuru has guaranteed to preready for sea. MILLIONS OF MACKEREL. serve order in the citv. but the insurgents evening. The amount of money obtained of NicaolasvHle, were examining a British ual conversation, an I mado tho condition those who work all day and danco all pose, and the sun is resting on one of wave again begun tho work of barricading by the robber is variously rumored to "bulldog" revclver the weapon was acci of thoso who do not dance, either because mVht? A fnw vpam will turn them out scales. Now put the earth in the op7,fiOO, Window-Glas- s be from $1,800 to but the dentally dlsoharged, and Lowry seriously they do not know how or tiro not in suffTrade Dull. Itetallliig in New York at One and Two fthe streets. norvous, oxhausted imbeciles. Thosa who posite scale. You might as well weigh Cents Kncli. local agent hers, basing his (estimate though not necessarily fatally, wounded. Pittsburgh, PA.,April 29. The window-glas- s to endure it, oc bocauso they havo given up their midnights to spiced your head against one of the towers of icient health n Case Settled. on what he knows of the route, claims trade 'is reported duller than for wue3 and hot suppers, and rido homo East Kiver bridge Pile a hundred A movkment is on foot by the Louisvilh must conscientiously decline, very uncomDebate it will prove not to be over $2,000. The New York, April 28. Mackerel have Paris, Anril 2?. The Journal many years.1 A number of factories fortable; you must admit alao that with through winter's cold, unwrapped from tho thousand earths into the balance, and latest news in regard to the robber past Bosphore-Egyptieaffair has is that a man answering his description ladies to establish a Woman's Exchange it suicides. throughout the country have closed down, been selling on tho wharf for two days load, fiays the hat city. A fee of $o will entitle the sub- many it has coased to bo a recreation and elements, will at last lw recorded tne bal1" the un does not stir. There lies tho 'been settled through the intermediary was seen some twelve miles from the at flf ty cents to a dollar by the wagon and the manufacturers in this city say that There is but a short step f"ra become a dissipation. With many it has colussus immovable. But get together scriber to a membership, with prlvileg unless there is an improvement in the de- and they havo been given away to any of offices of ftngland upon the following basis: of the robbery at eight o'clock this mornthat you can room to tho gravo yard. There are con- another hundred thousand, and then willing to Egypt apologizes to M. Talleiipier, the ing, and he is supposed to be an ex convict of voting and of receiving consignor' become such on mand others will bo forced to suspend ope- tho poor people who have been nouralgias closo on edurations. The accumulation of stock, which come and take them away. They have been French Charge rt'Aff aires; the office of the sent from this county whose term has jest tickets. These tickets may bo given t understand tho bewilderment of an bril- sumptions and fierce glittering maza of another hundred thousand, and stack JJosphore-E'j'p'ie- u tho track. Amid that who, standing in a reopened and expired. will bu usually does not exceed four hundred thou- retailed at ono and two cents each all women who have articles to sell, and wil cated Chinaman, them up in the pan against tho sun. splendors, diseases stand ngnt Three hundred thousand worlds piled sand boxes at this season, will reach, it is through the tenemont-hous- o districts, and a tho journal allowed to reappear forthwith, liant houso whero for many hours tho j tjntUlQ.the women to present thotr article ciemauus said, nearlj one million boxes. million or two havo been packed in barrels ana France aoanaons ner forcibly lor ww An Outrageous Affair. at the Exchange, where they will b dance had been going on, asked the and left and balance sad cuain. up on one side of the balance and still entered who e Per' and shipped even to Boston, as well as recnll of tho officials Sen thpm 1111. It WOtllll take wealthy proprietor: "Why do you not lot sepulchral breath float? npid. tt.n Kn passed upon and received if thoy aro goo Bosphore-EgyGRKKNSBtnte, N. Y., April 30. One of office in view of the Philadelphia and other cities. A largo the Abe Buzzard's Gang Again. fume, and the frottrorfdeaEh's lip bubbles thirty thousand more or 333,000 earths quality, Nothing that a woman makes wil your sen ants do that for you?" FurtherLondon, apology. was the scholars in the public school asserted filled lor order Many of the brightLancaster, Pa., April 29. "hre mask- thn chennness adinittinsr of nrocir en Monday that some money had been bo excluded. A slight percentage will b more, it will be admitted by all reasonable up in the champagna. sacrificed. There aro to make the beam even against a single Affairs at Panama. 75 a barrel. ed men broke into the residence of Samuel packing of selected fish at $1 chargedt) covor the xponses of the Ex peoplo that whatever they may think of est homos are being stolen from his pocketv.Mr. Jolly, the sun, and six sextilhons is the numoer New York. April 2S. A special to the Kramer, near Brownsville, Pa.r late last The total arrivals during the past two days square danco nnd many families that have.actoany quit Keeping representing the weieht of the .earth the school and soon returned with change; tut with this deduction tho ownei tae million fish, all Tribune from Panama, dated April 27, over twelve have to boarding, that they night-- They bound and gagged tho entire caught been Barnegat. Tho health officers in tons, a mass which is shooting Justice Slade and a policeman. The Justice of tho arjiolo sold will receive tho price i" of the processional romps, in which I can house and gone off family, and beat them unmercifully, until, were on hand and seized every fish that says: French influence is supreme here. advised that the children be searched. He brings. may give themselves more exclusively to through space at the rate of eighteen seo no evil; tho round danco is adminisMothof the to save themselves they told where their was tho least stale. Shad dropped under The French people living at Panama boast directed two of the female teachers to Jack Clark shot and killed his father trative of harm, and deservos to be hurled the higher duties fathers and sons, find miles in a second. .iY". Y. World. money and valuables wero secreted. Theso the pressure from sixty to fifteen cents that tho protest from Paris caused the search the girls. The boys were taken Into ers and daughters, out of ospoctablo circles. I am, by natuthe robbers secured and left for the moun- each, and there was not a cent of profit ln American troops to leave tho city. Tho another room and the policeman searched Joe Clark, at Manchester. religious theory, ut- ing their highest enjoyment; in tne aanco, Wonderful Success. tains. Tho robbers were members of the any fish sold In.tbo market. L. G. Reed fell dead at his home, north ral temperament and local paper declares the same thing. An them. The search was so very thorough books, to quiet culture, to Abe Buzzard gang. terly opposod to the positiou of those who that American bark which was captured by the girls nearly all tfte wearing apparel of tho east of Danville, a few days ago. Sup bomi. The father Jinks "How is your new paper get ami boys, was removed. The lost posed heartdlsease. f ore horrified at every demonstration of all the amonities ofdown Murder and Suicide. rebels ha3 been retaken by tho Alliance money, disCoal Famine Threatened at St. Louis. however, was not found. These mirth aud playfulness in social life, and will after awhile, gowill be into lower and sent to Colon. Kuise ana sixty insur- proceedings ting along?" Greenville, O., April 23. A German JonN Augusta and Abe Taylor, rival tossed about in have aroused a storm of indigthat every thing, de- sipations. The son St. Louis, April 29. Five hundred strik- named Adolph Hess, with his wife and gents are on board. Great Editor "Booming, my dear nation. Onemantried'to induce others to for tho hand of Miss Juno Greathouso who seem to think depends npoa the stylo society a nonenfty. Tha daughter will cent and immoral, ing coal, miners from Macoupin County child, lived in a littlo house three miles join him In presenting Principal Jolly with fought a duel near Louisville. Augusti danmng-mastoTho sir; just booming.'' Tragedy in Missouri. in which people carry their feet. On the elopo with a French a coat of tar and feathers. Others say havo invaded tho Collinsville and Belle- from Concordia. Somo time during Jinks "You surprise me. I did not y St. Louis, Mo., April 28. Advices from they will take legal proceedings against was fatally shot, and Taylor arrested fo: other hand, I can sea nothing but ruin, mother, stll trying to stay in tho glitter, know it was such a success." ville districts, and by earnest solicitations night, Hess, who was addicted to murder. Jlount Vernon, Lawronco County, Mo., aro Mr. Jolly aud Justice Slade. induced all the miners employed therein Great moral and physical, in tho dissipations of ondbySovcry art attempting to keep the Editor "Success? dront. One Jonx James Barnes, confined in tho Citj tho to como out on a strike. Six thousand drink, took an ax and withfrom blow sev- to tho effect that John A. Tennis and In her check and the wrinkles off her which havo despoiled thouWhv wn're had to drop the,,.' child without any succcs, all its body. n men are out now, and unless tho strike is ered the head of his on citiJail at Covington, awaiting trial at tin sands of young men and women of all Sow, attempting, an old Beige and Brown. the floor. Hess George H. Moon, old and flirt, a poor Sunday edition and evening edition an'dy ; speedily settled a coal famine will occur in The head was found sever" May term of tho Criminal Court, for storm tho arts of the belle-? on tho head until lifowas zens, between whom a bitter feud of on then beat his wife I y this city. existed, met Moire and faille francaisc drosses aro ing a train on the K. C. R. R., died in tha that gives dignity to character or useful miserable butterfly without wmgs. standing the '" nnlnr tn mm mir" morning .i:.: 'uuu' to the extinct. Tho room boro evidence of a des- al years' ness to life. evening, nnd immediately shown in tho beige or pale-ecr- u whole attention BEAtm""" oU AOE perate struggle. The floor was smeared street yesterday and commenced tiring. shades institution at two o'clock the other morn Cattle Quarantine. Dancing has been styled "the graceful drew revolvers the earth is beautiful to Philadelphia Gail. to j April 29. Tho Gov- with blood, chairs were broken, and bloody Tennis was shot through the head nnd that aro always in favor in tho spring;, ing, while suffering from an epileptic fit. Des Moinks, Iowa, movement of tha body adjusted by art finger marks stained tho wall. The an aged woman; her hair and both died in and theie arc various kinds of wool O. E.Comstock,oI Louisvillc.was electee issued a proclamation ernor y sa result of about an hour's work measures or tune of instruments or of the mv eye it isover the wrinkled brow not woman's body, almost nude, was horrrlbly Moon through tho heart, goods in these colors that proiuiso to bo Supreme Prelate, at tho recent Supremi voice" All nations have dancad. Tho an- - floating back against all cattle from Mis- bruised and cashed, and lay in one corner. five minutes. Iowa space of three month1, about with the blossom, of tho daily for a Conclave of the Improved Order of Hepta popular for morning, street and travelsouri. Illinois, and all other States east of After his bloody work, Hess hung himself 100 California bronchos at Fort Bayard, cionts thought that Pollux and Castor at frostedut white voice tender pas Short Grain but Fine Fruit Prospects. upoa tree of life; her tho Mfssfssfppi River, and prohibiting the to a rafter, and when found all the bodies ing dresses. Some of the most refined sophs, at Pittsburgh. first taught the practice to the Laceum N. M . have been taught to lie flat other transportation bv rail of cattle from tho were stiff. San Francisco, April 23 Crop reports dresses aro of d faille FaTETTE Lovino, In tha Kentucky Peni monians: but tho "Tonnd whilo cavalrymen on ess a, State, . -- from all parts of the State show that the -. v.....- -. with tho fan basque and full tentiaryfor two years for murder, hat horsed lire over them. The horses aro -navo aaopien iu iu uma Russian Rout Rumored. grain yield in all of tho counties except one straight back drapery of three gathered been pardoned by Governor Knott. Ho it dimes wcro festive dances, and funeral she passes through e room , nnil ,nlmaat Defeat Confirmed. there mado to drop while bearing their riders to three-.irt-London, April 2S. The St. Petersburg wjU be onlv from of Chief Justice Hin-- s, of th April 29. Official dispatches currespouueuu ui iuo iuui iieiutajB: "i. and military dances, and "media- - pull her down year's crop. This is largely breadths, whilo its only ornaments aro a cousin Appeals. of last London, dances, bv a gentle tap on tho left breast- - When over good authority of another cfuo to the decreased acreage. Tho fruit deep laco drapery in front gathered Court of dances. has nothing but down they allow the men to climb and . tonal" dances, and bacchanalian from India confirm the report of tho re- am informed on I AN incendiarv flro at Leosburg, Hnrri the Afghan frontier. Of districts report a largely increased acreage near the waist, and hanging almost io Queons and Lords havo swayed to and kind wor d for the them, creep between their legsgreat, cent defeat of the Russians in a second engagement onhundred Russians . I who m. nnd promising crop, u usi iui in fcium tho foot; tho collar and cufS are then Kftn County, thft nthnr nllif- Hcctmru they were their o goes away from engagement with the Afghans on the fron- the seventeen fro in their gardens; and tha rough men ana a fondle them as if officers havo becom property valued at $13,000. gaged the Afghans, nearly all were killed." will be mad up in fruit and wine. wav roused i on tha table, a shadow en r , h In this tier. mako of darker velvet. Similar dresses est friends. Army t U any tiling Tolltvtr Paxton was adjudged insam np the echo of the forost There seems to shadow in tho dwelli in the matter, ami are made of mushroom-colore- d moire, Wealthy Farmer Suicides. Uxorcide. it is an old very much interested Trouble Anticipated at Joilet, III. at Frankfort a feTV- days ago. coherent sounds on earth is distressful to loot at What with more exteiisivw some striped watered silk forming bfc something in lively and . y vmwEOCA. III.. April 23. Herman with j - uiop- old. There arg thirty-seve- n Kentucky stu- to evoke tho movement of hand and foot, Joltet, April 29. The Rochester, N. Y., April 28. Yesterday the sides, or oko with many revers of Chicago ,Ml.,u e is too much for made strike is growing more exciting, the troops afternoon, at the residence of George Snook, Green, a Iwealthy farmer, committed garnet velvet attheyrniversity of Virginia. in by In all rich "fabrics tho dents WIbber, U ;MJe.AMna OVA whether cultivated or uncultivated. Men OifciUt-t'l " ' . ...... J " have been ordered out, and the local bat- who lives a mile and a half south of Port suicide last night ago shootinc himselfand , .vasjthirty-fivami rtr,uuTi Tning-fork- s alias Maria Williamson, passing the street unconsciously keep stop my Maria I laaga, draperies aro long, fall, and almost tkA foreheadt . His tery and infantry are ready at their armory Gibson, Jacob Scott, aged seventy-si- x sleepers n)adc0of glass. arrested at Frankfort for bigamy to the music of tha band; and Christians in when I seo hej coating: One of the worst- um "? utwiwra awaiting orders. The Lemont strikers are years, shot and killed his wife with a re- be WaS marrn-u- about two yearsvmo and straight, and tho dress is rendered-boutlan- t was ago, to rout the volver. He fired at her twice, both shots Cleveland, 05 expected in force raannfacturcd from tho same transbirds I kaow of a peacock after She was taken to Versailles for trial. looking by its very largo cusliion church unconsciously find themselves . I would not give purchased a roe farm a fow miles east of The new process w men now at work, when a collision is ex- taking effect in her breast. Glasgow Junction, Mr. W. L. Poyn . bustle and the steel springs below it, with their feet, while their soul Is it has. lost its feathers. a . . No catiBe is known for tho act. . uklkcr's UtttV hair, '. s e The Sheriff has instructions from pected. Awl TAlTtil lll't" . town. lawyer, attempted to got on a trail uplifted by somo great harmony. Not only one iocs . ".j . Havana brown is a favorite a isimpio v..s.. r. -- , Pendleton's Dinner. the Govornor to call on the troops to carry iiril 2S. A firo broke out in wool velvets for combining withcolor in ter, motion. . He was thrown under tht is this truo in cultivated life, but tho red for fifty thousaaa cost ol 5.1.0- at a St Loots,HoVl this evening, damaging skirts in . castings out his orders. ox- . New York, April 28. A brilliant dinner Tf ima dow not reform its Llndell age. The first h was served at Delmouico's this evening in tho tho amount of 500,000. No guests were of any of tho changeable silks that havo wheels. The caboose passed over him, cut I men of Oregon have their scalp dances, of old discinles of the dill- a;5.S bitdt. it raav be replaced by this Washington, April 29. It is estimated honor of Minister Pendleton, it to his left arm off close to tho shoulder and groon corn dances, and war dances. fn'thfal brown in them, such as brown with many escapes which was L-- l. debt for of that the statement will-the public reduction attended by prominent members of both rsAmrted. thourf Grenion narrowovercome arc blue, brown with red, or the gold and ting ? . thduties of LmiM,Slle Hd aUraetivo rival, -7by crashing TwJ were and bruising the fap I Tho ancient fathers, aroused by tho inuo- - Tsatfv eagazed aad show a tho month of April jor 1 woum , Tm crrAtan gave emphatic the home circle sted b parties. considerably. R&coverv doubtful. DiacK glace silks that givo a to""" smose. f cent dances of thoso days, Of about four ijiuHon dollars m jmeyyuwuv aiag.BMticaaitfifttlMifee sridanc brown effect Harper's liazar. COMMONWEALTH. RECREATIONS. aag; china-close- ts - . . 1 r3 bn "11111- s, Tal-mag- e, y senil-ofll-ci- al ball-roo- -- . - . . the-Russi- an', - " ..... - , . ..... r V he . VJBtoxjuiMSMi'Siii iBakF -- . OTa-su- ,'r l.-- ' Js ll:t5. -- lo-- o er Post-Offic- ss Post-office- s, Bo-;go- ta, Jvay-mon- d" , s , -- ht full-weig- to-da- y. ht pib-cor- n, - & sar7 welt-kno- first-clas- letter-carrier- s' -- u oft-en- er al j n 4Vt-- e hl Wr al i I I Bo-4in- g i , . i I ; Post-ofllce- s. int. 1 -- merry-makin- g! twelve-year-ol- Post-offic- to-d- ay dtep-seate- d l,4fi2,-3ir,1.7- to-da- J e 1 -- ' e. K- rtred -- s-- - " ..i.. - -- 7 ,...,' - HHHm-jHIWV- . "- Y. - Con-pan- v " r lone-Knif- wra-require- d stred ILffitj-ani- got-ol- thoi-jwa- y. Post-oftlc- ritt-se- ns to-da- y: Kann-gaw- a, ball-rjo- plain-spoke- s, n, feardis-astcrhasXofall- en . ball-roo- m " side-trac- k, n, man-of-w- ar red-tipp- ed confl-donc- man-of-w- ar to-da- v. to-da- y. hcarth-btone- to-d- ay Bosphore-Egyptie- Js ht H t -- over-fatig- ue .i" m m ball-roo- m a - pt 1 prin-cipal,l- ball-roo- 1 u.w.r.iitn r. Son-da- ball-roo- well-know- fmoi ? -- semi-weekl- y. ',. I to-da- quan-antini- ng ifwnnn ,.-- e - beige-colore- fntn-cais- e, f a one-quart- er rs !? '"WJ I STT. T" . of. r,n e - stone-quarr- rol? M ity. 1 e, ". ! i keep-ingti- -- at ri...v T , hard-gkw- ball-roo- T.77" m .- o-- ; tue-sld- e r H F aj-ais- osqa.?zsJi ?. A-p 41 -M-- ! V v, (f -- ' Mif- "h 'ljf''fjf KiJ tm&m&mm Idsrt Z&7 -- a The Hickman Courier. OEOBGE "WABHEN, HICKMAN. i ' : c : - flatteries, mute appeals? humble representations, gentle gravers -- grow by time and success intoltiofo and burglarSieil with threats ious a;nnUa Publisher. I nnrl rnifnm.,,1 . 5i Then you must address vourself to the law, KENTUCKY. which is to the human 'mosquito of de1 IMPORTUNATE SPOILSMEN. Kot 1'osted or Making False StntemcnH Knowingly. The Republican organs are endeavoring to givo the impression that the rush on Washington by the Democratic is quite unprecedented. They are simply not posted or aro makiug false statements knowingly. Lincoln and his Cabinot, it is said, wore so bored aud badgered that thoy hardly had time to oat and sleep, and Sir. Lincoln, oppressed with the feeling; that the country was on the verge of dissolution, toarfully exclaimed: "I seem to be sitting in one end of a great temple, importuned to let apartments, while tho temple is fiorcelv burning at tho other end." It took'tho battle of Bull Run, with its train of disasters, to drive these hungry hordes of Northern Republicans out of Washington back to their homes. When they thought the rebels were advancing upon the city from the South this gang of mado a masterly advance duo North, where there wero none to molest nor make them afraid. It was Repubthat cost poor Gar-lican held his life, and a Republican who committed the blood- - deod. Grant was nearly worried to death by tho same old crowd that noarly drove Mr. Lincoln into the Potomac or a lunatic asylum, and poor Hayes stood aghast when the crowd came who by lying, fraud, perjury and various kinds of rascality had finally forcod him into tho Colonol McCluro, of the Presidency. Philadelphia Timet, is good authority on this point, and ho says: "Any who can recall the Republican revolution of 1861 must justly appreciate the exaggerated pictures drawn by discomfitted organ. The rush for office now exhibitod In Washington doos uot approach tho Ro publican rush for place in 1861. Evon when civil war was raging, tho city, tho Departments, and even' available nook and corner of Washington, were filled with the most importunate spoilsmen." The clamor at that time made by the Republicans was unutterably disgraceful. If an officeholder was a DemocraV ho had to got out. Colonel McClure concludes as follows: "Of the man? moro than 100,000 Federal placemen all are of one political faith, and most of them holding place as a reward for active partisan efforts. There are a few exceptions, but the Democrats in Federal place in any community are like angels' visits, few and far between. Now thoy have triumphed over tho party that has relentlessly proscribed them, and as Democratic ami Republican human naturo are about the same in quality, the Democrats will clamor for the spoils, but they must far surpass any demonstration of placemen yet made to equal the eruption of the importunate placemen of 1851." Indiana offic- ilTrttexii sn. A STORY WITHOUT WORDS. CD.UTER T. A Friendly Call. Clndnri-nns- I' i - effectual defense known. To do good to a man or woman ofWis kind is to Don't ba crowdln' quite so clus: illustrate the truth of the hard old Luff dat lamp alone, too, ploase, sah, Cornish saying: Else dev's gwirre to bo a fuss. Save a man from the sea, and he becnmM your enemy." Took dat ban' from off my shoulder To sow on the barren Iraps yc time I'm no count trasu ; fields of such a one ilto reap sorrow Ebory night yo Kit more boldor Tint ycr srvart to be so brash. for yourself; and to give your coat is but the preface to the demand for your What d'ye praise dat Calline foah? dear, cloak. Your inch his ell; If dat pal's so mighty do doah; Lcab dis kltchun: dars and when you do not concede all that is Court dat Calline. What do I Xeer? demanded then are you stung, as a Course I kecr I don't bo loabin'; kind of waymark between what you yer nuff to rile a saint! But have dote and what you.have not. yer shamed yo'seli for Weabin' Ain't Calline's llan'somo when she hain't? At home the human mosquito is restless and exacting He interferes in Please, now, don't sit vruss'n ebbor Keep dar now oh, woll. everything atloar, and always adds a yer kiss IfStop 'tarmlncd or I'llme? Ncbborl drop of bitterness to such honey as the yell! dls instep family may have garnered in its hive. Well, If you ain't tarned bashful! Is there a fete-da- v on hand? Ho takes Pshaw! who'd hab a man wid skeers? out thasweetuess, nibs otftbc gloss, by Dar, now. don't git obcr rashful, IV da fack I'll box your ears. restrictions if he be in the place of command; bj temper if he bo a subordinate Bless me! what's deuso ob sistin'? who can only damau and not destroy. 'Cause yer boun' to hab ycr way. Kot aforo one week now, liston As the former, lie harrasses his wife by Say Jess one week from dls day? finding fault with her arrangements, Marry now! and what's do harm la't? substituting his own; he anuoys tho Zcekel Moses! why, fo' shame! sorvants by contradictory commands; now I blush! AVolU if yor 'tarmlnod, (Dat beats Calline Jos de same.) irritates the governess by doubting her 7. H. Turner, fn if. Y. Mail and Eipreti. capacity for taking care.of her charge: and causes tho children, to weep or to to their THE- - HUMAN MOSQUITO. sulk, according impartially natures, by all round, scolding them with reason or without '"Then, whbn every one" A Creature Wliich Exists But to he has madeuncomfortable, thoroughly and more misorable or Torment. inclined to por.&ro1 penance than to undortako pletsure. he puts on a How He Wounds and Tortures his Ilan- - hilarious inanor, and. when this is not less Victims The Different Varieties responded t rates the wretched little of the Species A Possible Kea- flock for thcr gloominess on a holiday, son for his Existence, and says, this is to be the manner in which thy thank him for the treat ho lie is ubiquitous; and, taking him has given them, he will take good care morally, he has solved the problom of how lie,allows them to have another. As asubordinate, he is just as worryperpetual motion; for he 5s never quiot, ing U not so domineering. As the never tranquil, and as for letting well servant whose functions are vital to the or his alone, he doos thing on hand say tho cook on the that as littlo as ho pays the national day" of a dinner-partthe human debt. Like his entomological proto- mosquito makes every one suffer. For type, the human mosquito has various just as "England's cxtromity is Iremethods of attack. Now ho comes on land's opportunity," so is tho day of the you slily, without note of warning pre- social consideration in who household is also a that wherein tho cook, facing attack, and the first proof of his mosquito, is most troublesomo and presence a sting: now the shrill dis- most annoying. To believe her, there cordance of his challenge rouses you to will not bo a dish fit to eat, and (hero is attention and the vain attempt at not enough of anything. Something and retaliation. For you can not has gone wrong with tho stock for soup; defend yourself nor yet retaliate. The the fishmonger has skimped the weight, human mosquito is too subtle in his at- which was already too closely calcutack to be evaded, too quick in his re- lated; and tho butcher has not sent the treat to be caught; and your hands only proper joint for the roast; the chickens light the air, when they do not fall, like are skinny and tho "birds" are boomerangs, with a soundinsr blow on tough; the cream is deficient and your own pate. the milk is turned; and the vegetThe life's business of the human ables arc not fresh nor is the fruit ripe. mosquito is to wound, and his mildest Perhaps she shams tho sullonness of Eleasure is to annoy. Vroc to you, poor despair, and will not give an answer, or wight, if, in a weak moment, one only of pessimistic forebodings, yon have allowed the tormentor to find when her mistress tries to put the best out your sore places or discover the face on the matter; or she may assume secret of the weak joint in vour armor. a falsely heartsome air, and, after she Henceforth you may bid adieu to peace has plunged her poor lady into the for so long as this creature is within depths of despair and nervous apprehail. He never lots drop a subject which hension, says she will do what she can ho knows is painful; and when he has to remedy the long tale of disasters reonce been able to make you wince, he counted, but the dinner will not be up never wearies of repeating the experi- to the mark, let her do the bostshecan. ment. It is such fun to him to see your It all depends on the proportion of her lip quiver, vour cheek blanch, your eyes cruelty to her love of annoying, flash with fury, if vou are whether she sends up a dinner really a man with voiceless scorn or darken- damaged, or one in her best style and ing tears, if you are a womansuch throughout. In either case she fun! Hc would not forego that pleasure Eerfect her pleasure in serious hurt for worlds, life, indeed, having no or in simple teasing. greater to bestow. Vivisection? Are We need not go through the whole there not men who would vivisect for list of domestic mosquitoes. From the the mere love of torturing, and the lady's-mai- d who pulls her mistress" WSbnital curiosity "oiwpoingtlvajogJim's hale whentjikjng her go marf-nbehavior under pain? So To like to a state does tho human mosquito torment and a tapebaiWhitHBjr unfastened showing belowlier train, to and torture you for the mere love of the page-bo- y who breaks in month, the sport ; and to make you dance to tho worth of his year'f wages, athey all his piping, shod in the red-hshoos of make their service th cause of annoythe German fairy tale, is as exquisite ance to their employers; and some add a delight to Jiim as were the to annoyance, graver disaster. But cries of tho' racked heretic to Torque-mad- what can you do withhem? Accidents a3 are the fluttering agonies will happen, you knovand an unfor-- . of the wounded bird to tho snake. Has tunate sorvant is not necessarily a bad your favorite son proved a failure, with person. Your pago-.bofor instance, passages in his history yon would is smart in taKng rather not remember, still less have and quick to leant the messagos, remembered by others? The human of his office; ho i clean niceties in his mosquito never meets you without ask- person and respectfulyn his manners. ing carefully after young Graceless How can you sav thafcLhis unluckv fin where is he what is he doing and has gers are the result of malice prepense? he paid his debts yet? and is that and it is not worth while to keep him of outlawry rescinded? and what on. vou hoping that he will learn more agnefjt must be to you that one who china and promised' so well when he was a lad dflftuoss in handling condoned glass his past clumsiness by should have kicked over the traces to future improvement? Just so ; and his yqt such an extent as he has done ! Did we may be very your daughter run off with the penniless once a mosquito, certain of a one thing mosquito ; Lieutenant, and are you notoriously un- once the love of always or annoying hurting reconciled to the marriage hopeless gets hold of tho moral system, and there as is your displeasure? The human it stays rooted, like mosquito takes every opportunity of Australian enemy tho. thorn-gras- or that a speaking in your presence of the regi- source of damage to everything that ment to whH'h your unwelcome lives near it. belongs; and though he can not tell As a child, tho human mosquito is the yon personally, does tell your neighbor your hearing, where it is, what "limb" of the nursery, according to the in nurse. As a roy, he it is doing, and how this officer vernacular of the his little brothers and and that have distinguished themselves is the bully over and been rewarded, your undesirable the incarnate plague of his sisters. As connection being conspicuous- - absont a mau, he 13 the tyrant and tormentor from the roll-ca- ll of merit If your old of his household. If he runs to lie makes his children's lives aunt has died and left 3'ou nothing, while she favored your cousin and maffe a burden to them because of fractions him her heir, to your not unnatural dis- and declensions ; if he i3 an athlotc, he maybe ruins them for all time by the appointment, the human mosquito most extraordinary interest brutal vigor of his training ; if heis efin that cousin's doings, and either asks feminate, he interferes with the maid, reins of domestic government g you'of his under his new honors, or gives yon anecdotes of the outof hs wrfe s hands, orders the dm- c uauunu 1Uv ," spienuor ol his surrounding and the an r an, Nearer or a supernumerary astounding luxury of his home-an- eci dotes which set vour teeth on c.W nnrs?- - He is at all time3 the mosquito hampered as you are in all vour "?e VWtablishmont, buzzing here, and comings. Or, if it be thecothor stmgmS Vnere creating fever and and you have been the favored atlon cvctvhere ; making one wonder w.hat turP03?J snch, as hc I"0 and the rightful heir has been dispos-- i sessed, then does the tormentor reUlc sent. int? t.ht world at all and what In politics, you with harrowing accounts of the tVs-- 1 f, en,1 thci subserve. graced one's trials and penurv, and the mc restless uuy.rucuve ami ino nert DUtcrness ol lus disappointment, which querist, tho opposWonist for the sake of clings to bira like a Kessns shirt, poison- opposition, und Insolent totheoxtromost point, he keeps things alive in the sense ing the very current of his blood. Not to be successfully fought, not in which a fire of thorns can make the to be captured, not to bo barred out, water boil. But suppose you want the this tormentor of men's lives is as ter- water to be cool and fresh and still, rible as are those germs which float in what good then does your crackling fire the air and bring woe illimitable to all of thorns? Is it not a, hindrance rather who breathe them. Your only chance tkan a help? and a bane instead of a with him is impenetrable reserve; wrap- blessing? No! view him how we may, we are ping yourself up in silence which nothing can cause to break into confidence forced back to the" same position the or showing a demeanor as human mosquito is a mistake in anthrostolid as a triple wall of brass; suffo- pology, and in no sense a creature to be cating your feelings, your very thoughts preserved for its nses in the general as though they were crimes which would economy. When we shall have mended land you in the countv jail if repeated all the moral fractures and put society aloud. This is your only chance the straight and square, then will there bo fcolo kind of mosquito-ne- t which will pro- no room for the human mosquito; and tect you. No appeal to reason will be the force expressed in his ugly energies successful; still less will have a chance now, will have merged into nobler and of an appeal to feeling, humanity, grat- better forms. Meanwhile, seeing that itude. Of gratitude, indeed, he has no fighting is useless and all defence-wor- k more knowledge than he has of tho ori- illusory, wo must bear him with what gin of lifo or the cause of crystallization-fo- r patience we can command no other ingratitude is his characteristic, as moral catholicon having yet been diswith some kinds insolence is the covered able to heal the hurts made by method. Like the brute which turns the creature in its attacks. And perbeing: in and rends tho hand that has fed him, hapswho this kind of creature, this human mos- itself one of the sweeter virtues it is in quito, turns against you. when vou j the teaching and the exercise of this to have done all for him that ho'de-sire- d js icuow-nie- n that the human mosquuo and when he has no more has his rakon d'ere. Chambers' Jourhope of vonr help. Then you learn the nal. true quality of h;s nature, and find out colic, gout, rheumatism, for yourself of what baso material it is insanity nAuc It is only after repeated trials, kidney disease, blindness and drinking may all come, it seems, from however, that he is convinced of your finality in tho way of help; for he is of water with lead in it. Under these simple test for discoverthe sarao gem as the daughter of the horseleech, and cries ever "Give! give!" ing tho preseBce of lead in water may 'When you have once allowed a mau or well be useful, U consists of adding a ;womuu of this kind to ji'rovo that vou little tincture of cochineal, which, if are puneturabie, that you are so much j there ha the least trace of lead in the water, will color it blue instead of rose. Huinment jor uoia suckers, vou am --Mexican soldkrs are said to bo o! s!,l0rt ? alawyer wffl fa jou from which, made all shades ranging from nearly .inwixHidj-m- a; 1 with a pure WwSS perfect blacL Z.' Zcclrol Moses, leab, me sah! oT-.l- h evcr-becom- A COY COQUETTE. termined attack vhatiipfroleum is said to be to his winced prototype, the only e-seekers Miss Von Gabblo "There goes Mrs. Goode, tho now minister's wife. Seems tobcofFfor a visit somewhoro; has a setohol with hor." Mrs. Von Gabble. "Why so it is. Thoy do ssy that she and her husband fight like cats and dogs, but I don't a word of it. Tho idea! By tho way, I haye not called on thorn yet; believe I will run ovor to tho parsonago bo-lla- vo Tonne Men, Read This. TnjsVbLTAio Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., offor to send their celebrated Electoo- - Voi TAI? A Dangerous Case. Years ago 1 was attacked with the most Intense and deathly pains In my back and Kidneys. ItocrrBSTETt, and otner Electric Appliances r for30 days, to men (young orold) ontrlalF? afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vital- Juno 1. 1SS2. "Tea. many oth. er diseases. Complete restoration to health, to my brain I "Which made mo delirious I Ylgor.und manhood guaranteed. No risk Incurred, as 30 days' trial is allowed. Writo "From agony. thematonce for illustrated pamphlet, free. " It took three men to hold mo on mybed RWHIiHE timn la mnnatr tory- - Boston Po$t. m ity and all kindred troubles. Also for " Extending to the end o my toes and at n nth f,. at times " The Doctors tried in vain to relieve 1 me,-bu- t now." Woman's Face. " What furniture can give snch finish to "But Mr. Goode is out of town, and wo juit saw Mrs. Goode on her way to a room, as a tender woman's face," asks the dopot. There will bo no one at George Elliott. Not any, we aro happy to answer, provided tho glow of health temhome. "Oh! yes; the children will be there, and two of them are old enough to Yk." Philadelphia Call. to no purpose. Morphine and other oplatesl oflice-bog-ga-rs office-seeke- rs office-seek- er Littlo Ah Sid Was a Chineo kid A cuto little cues, you'd declare With eyes full of fun And nose that begun Right up at the roets of his hair. Jolly and fat Was this frolicsome brat, J; As be played through the lesg summer day. And braided his cue A CCCgjj"E CHATTER II. Iilo fn4lA iicajY st - In Chinalaml, far, far away. Once o'er a lawn That Ah Sid played upon, flew in the spring. A bumble-be- e "Melicanbuttlefly!'' Said ho with winking eye, "Me catchee and pull off um wing ". CHAPTER III. 5 iT7.YV AldtTi jV5irs: W. jt fcvjsi;.xw5ffP"- - - fellow-creatur- es y de-fen- so Stale Sentinel. CIVIL-SERVIC- Then with his cap He struck it a rap This innocent bumble loe j m And put its remains Intheseatof his jeans, For a pocket there bad the Chinee. V Down on the green j the little sardiae, In a style that was straagely demur g; And said with a grin That was brimful of sin, g "Mo mashee um Imttleily sure." M Little Ah Ski Was oaly a kid, - - vi Nor could yeu expect him to guess What kind of a bug lie was holding so snug g dress.. In the folds ef his . J- pers the tender expression. The pale, anxious, bloodless faco of tho consumptive, or the evident sufferings of the dyspeptic, induce feelings of sorrow and grief on our part and compoll us to tell them of Dr. Pierce's " Golden Medical Discovery," the The bachelors of Rochester, N. Y., sovereign remedy for consumption and respiratory system as no longer have an excuse for not marry- other disea3eg-Qthing. The young ladies of the placo well as dv8DensiaS,d other digestive have prepared auotstiment proving con- trouDies. Bold overywEe? clusively that families of from two to A lakd' slide six can live well on $0 a week, and they morement in real is the most HKniflcant estate. JV. 0. Picayune. assert that no woman is worth marrying who can not dress st3'lishly and save Best Goods nro Tat in Smallest rarcels. money on $S0 a year. Copies of this The old proverb Is certainly true in tho statement have been sent to every mar- case of Dr. Pierce's " Pleasant Purgative Pellets," which are little, riageable youug man in the city. parcels, scarcely larger than mustard Kxprete. seeds, containing as much cathartic power as is done up in tlie biggest, mostropulsivo-lookin- g pill. Unlike the big pills, however, In India it ooets more to got married than to die. Expensive presents they are mild aud pleasant in their opera-tiare bestowed, and the parents of tho renderdo not produce griping pains, nor tht towels costive after using. bride are often impoverished for life by the dowry which they givo tho bride. E Goat's milk ought to make good batter. Whee a great wedding takes placo St. Paul Herald. troops of boggars and priests appear, Coughs. For Coughs, Colds, ami they must not be sent away empty-hande- etau.isa Browk's BnoxoniAi.Sore Throat, TnocaES. 10,000 b'oEoHly At a recent marriage in boxes. Price, cents. people were sumptuously fed aud pre.; Acrostic sented with clothing and money. A rafter. Don't give it away. . Somerville Journal. Photograph' is rendered so easy by A Liver, its Diseases and oketricity, writes a Paris correspond- Cure.Book Free: on the IJroadway, New York. Dr. Sanford. 231 unent, that one may be photographed known to oneself. The other night, at ;Itxisixs are sometimes liks prophets Uie observatory, the President of tho for Instance, when they aro stoned. Republic was not aware that moro than Lovell Courier. a doen photographs had beon taken of Ir afflicted with Sore Kyos, use Dr. Isaao him until the soiree was nearly over, Thompson's Eye Water. Druccrists 6oll it. 25c when he was given an album containing them. e Jlo-che$- ter "When my wife heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had done for her, she at once got and gavo mo some. Tho first dose eased my brain and eeomed to go hunting through my system for the pain. The second dose eased mo so much that X alopt two hours, somothinff 1 had not done for two months. IJoforo I bad used flvo bofJos, X was well and at worfe as hard as any man could, for over three weeks; but I worked tooana rosing a naru cum. hard for my Jwas taken with the most -aonto and painful ThfTTm.r'ta 1U1 mrougu in- njeujiuiuuiciti t, 6ts.-n?rtt- "Had no effect! " After two months I was given up to die I - sugar-wrapp- ed oi weeks, they left me a crioplette-SEc.Thi- m life, as thev said. I met a friend anorosilH" m v cav. and he said lion Bitters had cured hTC and woukl cure me. I poohed at him, but ha was so earnest l was in; ucca to use mem again. I threw away my In less tban four crutches and wi nt to work lightly and kept ou Hsinc the bitters forflve weeks, until I becamo as well as any man living, and iisivo been so for six years Since. It has also cured my wife, who had bean eick Tor years; and has kept her and my children, well and healthy with from two to three bottles per year. There is no need to be sick at all if theK bitturs uro used. wt-ok- s WIodih7do5T&i ""SchaTSS J. J. Ukkk, " That poor invalid wife. d. , . 5SiaerI -" ., "Or daughter! " Can be' made the picture of health ! "with a few bottles of Hop Bit tons I " irttf vow let them. tMerf C37 None genuine without a bunch of green Hops oh Uie white label. Shun all thevtlcpois-oiuf- l rtuff with "Hop'or-Hoiw'ltheir name ii Human Endurance. '. St - CUA1TEK IV. Two roosters at Lexington, Ga., became engaged in combat. The owe which came off second best immediately flew upon a well ami went down, ooiHiiiitting suicide, it is supposed, to drown his remorse at being whipped. Iftiledeiphia Vrett. re-oen-tly , f A Maine teamster says he can start the most obstinate horse by taking him out of the shafts and leading him around in a circle until lie k giddy. m R&w ihW&M w auifi mi CHiRLKS JSSMSSSSmgi ragY EOT w '' loose-fittin- E REFORM. Mucin-.MooU- er iUets ot a, " sen-ten- co couch-gras- s, s, son-in-la- w prig-gishncs- s, Subject. is a crying need for Tliat there reform none but the blindest spoilsmen will deny. Not mere party loyalty, but faithfulness and capability are in demand in every branch of the Government- The purposo of tho civil service is to serve not a party, but the people without regard to party. But while this is true, indeed, because it is true, it should be known that reform does not mean tho retention in office of officials who simply happen to be in office nt the time For of a change of Administration. the retention of a horde of partisan Republicans, who were given iniblic offices without regard to tbo'r special fitness for the discharge of the duties with which they were intrusted, would be a CTqgLyiolRtion of tlte first princio reform effickmey. ple of In tho South, in particular, has effdisregarded, iciency been notoriously and Uie Federal offices throughout this by au army of region arc filled appointees who, with rare exceptions exceptions so rare that thev can hardly affect the just judgment (bat must bo passed upon the whole body are unfit to bear the responsibilities of public office. To think of keeping these men in place for no othor reason than because they happen to be in place would bo to reform a stunning real low from which it would be unable in manv years to recover. Such a policy would not onlv be fatal to the success aud the usefulness of the Administration, but it would effectually discourage thousands of honest and earnest supporters of reform. If yoars of sternly and persistent efforts to rid the South of the hoavy aud iniquitous burden g class composed of an of inefficient to partisans were by the porpetuation be requited of the power of an element so offensive to the genoral public as the present Fedin every Southern eral State, tho effect of such unjust and unreasonable action would be to paralyze the patriotic energies of hundreds of thousands of our citicns, and to dash hopes to tho ground the of purer and more serviceable government. To outrage in this manner tho popular will and to commit the act unreform der tho cloak of would be to make the very name of reCivil-Service A Few 1'ordWe Itimmrkji upon a Thk St. Louis (Mo.) says, limtilns. Phoebe Rice, 1308 Madison street, a sister of Uoa. II. Clay Sexton, Chief St. Lottis Fire Dejmrt., had been a sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism for seven years; the muscles of her hands and limbs were eoatracted and she used crutches. By a single application of St. Jacobs Oil she was benefited instantaneously, and finally completely cared. Post-DUpatck ForP aio It is an acknowledged fact that man possesses the power of omluraoco to a greater degree than any of the Jowor animals. Frofewiooal pedestrians hava been known to walk an average of one n hundred miles per day for six conscou-tlv- e days, whielt would bo a wondvf ul accomplishment for a horse, ana snr-paall the known record of that use ful animal. Of course a man possessing w tm i i j THE GREAT the power of endurance to its fullest GrVC trftSPRi! extent must bo in perfect health. Ono vzz-vr- t Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia, who is troubled with weak urinary and BartMhr, Ilraiarbr, TMUwkt, digestive organs, whoso pulse te irroga- pmlnp, nrnle and other l'ufn nnd Aehea. lar, whose heart palpitates, and who A. TUOELEIt fUIUlllwi)rf,Bli7Ud.r.i. feols a sense of burdensome fatigue after tho least exertion, woukl ba very unwise to copete in a pedestrian Should you suffer from a contest want of endurance, you can regain roTRADEVii MARK. bust health and strength by using DR. ss - , . Chicago Tribune. CHAITER V. f You ay rappose that trouble is whea everybody Is mad as hops. .1.1. brew-la- g Xo D8PR8ftStXG effects from Red Star Cough Care; bo nausea; no reaction no eoawipawoa. Why is an eeoapins prisoner like a mn- usai cat. Decauee ue scales me wuul !! n 55SN MMME GUYSOTT'S YELLOW DOCK AND SARSA-PARILL- A. - Civil-Servi- ce 6tdHDa)fs. Core for CopSh, Cold. Bod other Throat and I.unc Affections. TUEaUBLESA.TOr.tli:BCO,UIU.r,?lwjUJ,ISa. PROMPT. SAFE. SURE AhsolnM'i Free from Opiates, Emetics and Potson. This remedy has saved thousands of weak, nervous, debilitated, g mortals to lives of rickety usefulness and the full enjoyment of head-achin- "Ki-y- al !" Ah Sid cried as he Rose hurriedly from that spot, As he tightened his grasp, With an agonised gasji "MeUican butUefly belly mueh kUC GimU in the Gloaming. "Ah, sweet!" be says, with all the tendet spirit beaming in his eyes. "Is not this lovely? The perfect peace over hill and dale, the splashing waters of the reetle&f ocean far below us, tho twinkHng light breaking one by one on the growing dark-desIs it not divine?" t. "It is divine, my darling!" There Is the plashing of two lips, soft as the murraer of the sea itself, and the door behind them opens, a gruff, unsentimental voice breaks on the growing darkness like the crack of a plank: "Yon darned fools, don't yon know those steps have just been painted?" And that fellow never sees a sunset now but he thinks of turpentine. Chtea&o s. Ctvll-ServJc- Iff CHAITER VI. CHAITER VII. Delicate diseases of either sex, aowlver iadaced, radically cured. Address, IVorMte Dispensary Medical Association, Beffaff K. Y. TiiSKB'triH lie three Qnakers in the next CaBgreas;uttdoahtdly they will bo great Friends. V- porfect health. Tt removes all blood impurities, aches, pains, soros, pimples, etc., and assists nature in controllng and supporting a harmonious roatind of bodily functions, so essential to every one's physica) welfare. 'Worlds of Good. Probably no othor womanin tho "WorM receives so many " letters of thanks" as Lydia E. Piukham, of Lynn, Mass. Mrs. B , of Enfield, If. H., says: "I will -- FOB . School Soap to-da- y civil-servi- iIiup3a8nyciLntv'our,V'firetoWe(iCcinpouadfc,. Pike's TootHMtiaots eHretmwimrttvwr eateeiutila'l baotauiuaan.l.'therjiti. It, ha done uiacea of Suap hexli aisi beftuttUes. Sc Mrt by prominent Sandsy School Worlcera. Trnlyre-a is all you reoonunumi it to le. Qtmn't .1rf) Villi Cotns Bunions. flmduM collection of excellent new hymn and mulc we Worlds of good." Another lady writes Gbtiua.n QoaSKEMOVEK from Ottawa as follows: " I have just toIly I O. r.MEUSOV nnd W. T. S1XESWIX. day bought the seventh bottlo of your Price, S3 cts (X) per hundred. 3IAKKBTS. THE Vegetable Compound, have used two boxes Singing on the Way. of Fills and several packages of your SanaCihcinn'AW. Mar; 1. 16SBt A truly worthy and rood book for Sunday School or tive IVash, and think it but right to tell 3 CO 00 M i SO 5 16 Prayer Meeting, with in llymas and Tunes of the belt you how much good I derived from your Butchers character. 4 3 ft 4 Common Price, 3S cts., I3.G0 per dozen. nO medicines. Thrj are a regular 4 J H Good pecker 4 00 A 4 0 SUBBI' Good to choice Flntvarc ASongBookfor the Ixtast All the pains and aches have almost disapriSSIl Sauday Schools. cassis of ilrpeared, my stomach Is much stronger, too, One may search loss before finding so thenmchly red 1 W Ct 1 8B SKA IX pretty, and enjoying a collection of true Children's and I feel myself improved every way." 103 Kii 1 w,l 1W HTXXI JlXD ttxks, not babyltn. but iweet, reverent MM U Cora No. 4 mixed d and aim pie. Nicely printed and with pictures. ' p 42 Oats No. mixed By JEMJIA PITT. Vt Xy Ko.X - SUNDAY SCHOOLS. I STJteS& God-sen- d. oOU-Faw- Wbeat-Imrber- ry f ado-ne- I! AY TiMOthr No. 1 TOBACCO JJediu in Lugs.. PROVISIONS ..MM ill at oo Tri-bn- e. .'- Pork Mess Dairy BUTTRK-Kaa- cy Prime Creamery VEGliTAKLBS PKU1T AND Potatoes, per barrel Lard Fine IeaT rnme steam .axes oo .17 00 .12 13V 7 17 18 7va S2 Price, 25 cU. , 12.40 per dozen. Other very successful Sunday School Song Books are Light and UTe, (SS et.) H. M. Mcintosh. Iteaeon JLIcht, (Slots.) Tenner and HoStinan. cts. ) llnnner or Victory, (35AbbeyAbbey and SI uncer. White. Kobe. (30 cts.) and Monger. Oood Xew, (SS cts.) IL M. Mcintosh. Apple. offico-holdin- office-holde- rs long-sustain- ed civil-servi- Not Recovered. "Humph!" he said, as tho April rain drops struck his hat and brouchl him to a stand-sti- ll on the corner. "What Is it?" "Left my umbrella." "Where?" "In the postiOSi." "Well, why don't you go af terlt?" "No nse. I bought it this morning, and for fear I'd lose it I had tho man cut the initials of my name into tho handle so that I could identify it." "Well, can't you?" "No. I've forgotten what tho initials aro 1" Detroit Free Pres. FLOCK Good to Choice S4te and X !. per barrel. KKW 1UKK. Weetera.-J- ztt H 1 76 ,2 25 Any Hook Slallad for .SCO 4 CO fi a DITSO.V .fc CO., Iloston. H. DITSOK & CO, 667 Broadway, Sew York. OLIVEIt 3Ita.tl Price. I am an old man. For 2S years I suffered vita ulcers on my rlut eg as the result of typtiotd f eyer. Amputation was iu,;etea as the only means of preterms life. The doctors cuiiM do nuihUiK for me. and thought I : die. Fur three year I never had a shoe on- - Swift's Specific has made a permanent cure and added ten years to my life Wx. IL Used. OsJnerrUIe. HsBCcs, Ga. ! BO CKAIK-Wheat-.- N'o.S Chicago 4 J m A 10 S l'OKK-M- ess 0u Coro--No. Xa.zred mixed wijed CHICAGO. Sf W 91 1 & ImVKD Wwstera steam 4 !K .! WW 15 1 60 i fl ILA IK otnTiuKi lira und Wrtrn Xa. 2 red Ctoioao Spnntc No. o. x Corn Oats No. 8 Wlie Mess HAI.T1MOKH. llr . . &5 CO ASS H 4S9iX PIS 4!) A warranted core for all diseases caused by malaria poisoning of the Mood, such as Chills and Fever, Fever and Ague. Sua Pains, Dumb Chilis. Intermittent. Kemlttcnt, Btliocs and all other Fevers caused by malaria It li also the safest and best cure for enlarged Spleen 0UjS (Ferer Cake). General Debility and Periodic Neuralgia. t""Fot Sale by all Druggists. CHAS. F. KEELER,roD., Chicago, III. I haye taken Swift's Specific for btood poison contracted at a medical college at a dlsseelMn. while I was a medical student. 1 ;vn cratefsl to say that it pave me a speedy and tborwaem cure after Hr parents had spent handreds of dot are for treatment. Aoonsios Wsxiiil, M. DNewart,X.i. Swift's SpeeISc is entirely vegetable. Treatise on Blood and bfcln Diseases mailed free. Thk Swirt brK'tnc Co., Drawer 3, Atlasta, Cv, 01 1W. 33d St.. N. V. i " IAKD-Ste- !0lt .11 . am 87H' w toll so 6 W FWUlt-Fam- CHATTER VIII. well-bein- ta? s I ! irri-wa- y, self-betray- knnu-3natienc- e I and a hissing." But form "a Not It. we feel sure from what we have seen . Irate Purchaser Used tohere, sir, didn't "Seo and heard of the character of the Pres- you say this horse was gentle?" ident that his strong common senso ' Horso Denier "Yes, sir." will forcibly show itsolf in all his pub"You said ho was used to locomotives, lic acts, and in none more than in those bicycles, horse cars, circus processions and Reinvolving questions of everything else common to city streets." form. TlickniOHd (Va.J State. "Yes, sir. I never knew him to shy at anything." A POLITICAL SWASHBUCKLER. "Well, I want my money back. The first time I drove him ho got frightened, AltoOne Kepubllcan l'olUiclati Who Is ran away and smashed tho carriage." gether Too 1'icvloin. "You don't say so? Ho must have seon Goneral John A. Logan has had a a most unusual object to get scarod that good deal to disturb his equanimity way. What was It?" within the past fow months, but in view "A man with a broom." Exchange. of the fact that he is still running for ' office or is supposed to be, for ho still Cause and Effect. Jones "A queer thing happened ii New has focblo h6p'&3 of being roturnod to his old seat in the United States Senate York the other day. A horse stol( three a If not pies from "Ibaker's wagon and ate Shem." he should rostrain himself. Smith should like to have sem that too previous ho is too impulsive, as was have instanced in his spitting tobacco jnico baker. H mustHe wasbeen astonished." mad; in fact 'driven the,, to him, to "Astonished? in an opponent's eyo during desperation." And exciting Presidential campaign. "Why, what about?" now, in a public meeting in Chicago, "Tho loss." lie has denounced Mayor Carter Harri"Tho los3 of tho pies?" i son as "a vile, infamous liar, a poltroon the horse. and a coward." Tim professional pur- he"No, of Philadelphia It was the nly one' had." CaV rf ist, more sensitive on the subjoct of Goneral Logan good English than is credited with being, would object to Hon. John M. Francis, the United "vile" and "infamous' as superoatory prefixes to "liar" and would con States Minister to Austria, was among sider poltroon and cowa-- superfluous- the select few who were allowed to witBut General Logan ness tho annual ceremony of washing ly synonymous. was so pleased with the richness of tho feet of tho poor, which was perhis vocabulary that he repeated the re- formed at Vienna recently, in celebramark, so that" " the press might get it tion of the voluntary humiliation of tho correctly and he might not be misun- Saviour. Twelvo picturesque beggars, Meanwhile, at another wiin very raggeu garments and susderstood." piciously clean feet, had their feet meeting, Mayor Harrison was repeating his charges against Logan aud touched with a sponge held by His reading an affidavit from a member of Majesty, tho Emperor Francis Josef. the Legislature in corroboration Tho The feet were subsequently wiped by general public knows lifle and cares Archdukes of tho Empire. loss about the d's.utc between the Ou Monday three venerable gentlebut iho pubMayor and the reason to congratulate itself men of this city met on State street who lic has that John A; Logan whether or not were born in Boston in the years 1800, ho succeeds in securing his seat will 1803 and 1801. The three in their youth not be the presuling officer over that attended Master Stamford's schooL body of gentlemen, tho United States That they are of the genuine Boston Senate, next winter, and it is surmised stock may bo inferred when wo stato that two or three more cool seasons that the fathers and grandfathers of Ihe will come round before ho is. W. Y. three wero born in Boston Boston Journal. World. by-wo- rd Wheat No. 2 Oora mixed . fmr 0fcS4ftlX4l.t Pork Moas .. PROVISIONS OUAIN UM-IWH- 33JO0 tifflSPiEASTMAN 00LLE0 JI- :t Is mi W0 mmm piles. ilMJnJ T.OT ? 1 : 47 46 .18 36 A13 50 -- S wa INDIANAPOLIS. Wheetr-No-Srad 101 Corn mixed Oas mixed Wowr-ANo. 49 ;v K a ' iwwneM ir-- . 8TMIEXT TJJAASACTH UVKHVIlSSm as thorough and complete manner as the Merchant. rrnrllsnterlneverrdav life. Forfnllnartlen. Ian address Eastman College. Pokeepsle. Sew VorK. An open doorto occciwtu lJ.JL' DISSi Hvlilni;. niost at Bight. 'SVflYE'SGlNTMFKT sure cure ItHfO ALL T.T ETUI At MI'S Id U! li as 1 u me. liiotcnea. xi&sn. T ter. IK' . Halt llbt um. no xnxu me or lung aranuinc. tcrl.'W'i R C?"CC1 l''X.hyniali.a UK. SoxJIilla, iirucguia. LOUISV1LLB. 1 ....-5- R. U. AWARE THAT Civil-Servi- co 2-- S OltAIN Whtmt No.t red Corn mixed iats mixed F0Ri mess steam LAKl 4 16 - a i oo 53 . & 4 35 Lorillard's Qlimas Plug & ,li'M 39 bearing a red tin tag; that Lorillard's IEose Lenf fine cut; that Lorillard's Kn.Tr CHpplnsi. nnd th.it Lorillard's r?nuU"3, aro the best and cheapest, quality considered J employment and rpOIntrodnee and sell the rrnde the wen Vnownandel X hrated ii it, of the XI W Y'RK & HAVANA CIGAR CXH1"KT. Ubfral arracgernents Sujlkt or pojuiissinx paid to the licii inao. Tor f drther paxtlcu-laand tfrmi address, at use. THE NEW YORK & HAVANA CIOAR CO. 6? Broadway, New York rs LADY AGENTS SSSSSS good CnAlTEK IX. JPFECANOJ3 THE WARMER'S selllncftiirenClty Nklrtand HtocklDgttuppartera. Sample outfit free. Address Cincinnati Suspender Co., Cincinnati. O. salary WHen I say cure Urns and thenha . I 3 RE S1T87 UMtlllB h b s w i 1 lile-lon- s I kin nn.1. thn dlmM of FITA EflLEPSVremedy to cars ft F1LLISH EICKSKS3 a studr Iwarraet try I t&e uj net mean merely to tep them lar a incn trtorn araln, I mean a radical ear'. I I i cot 3?U5?s. BEST cy?v x? v -- 4 UcaianrOEB. W S7S All fl slJ UU Waro Co., Wathincton St.. Boston, 31us. oar rood. Xocptufnr)iilref. &utrjpkl monlhlr. Emrusefl In Alranp. Fell nar. tnrn watt we ty. Standard Sliver A. od MONTH went cues. Because others bare foiled U no reason fsi BTwreceiTlngaeu-e- . Send at one" fur a trsaUse and a aad Fwl of my lafal rr Bottleeou you nothvble rmedy. Give Expressenre yon. ;n f w n trlsl, and t wtU O&ce. it aocxesa ur. u. U-- nuur, i i ean oi. iw iot o CHAPTER o r X. X. bj r O COPYHIOMTIO, m O n U O r-- Z a. a o ui TONIC tried Tarious SfrX I the most eminent physicians without benefit, finally used this Will send I package free, Gates brmall.for2c. CIUi-x,t- t PATH for a Ltfa Scholarship In tb BUSINESS COLLEGE, rOLMMX IB Sfewark, New Jersey. Positions foreraduates. Katlonalpatronare. Write fATi!?PU nrvrtla f for 'x n harlnjr remedies and TJSEATED at least DHOFSY lharaanosttirereinedrf rtbeabaTedlseaiatbT Us ntethoosandsofcatesoi tus worst kind and ef lose standing haT been esd. Intle I. MrrmiiUniTflt5 Iw. I senitTWO BOTTLES I'KEE. laltsemcary.ti A I r CI toetther witb a V OiTaT'r-s-n- E TREATISK on this disease O.addr-Kto anr .offerer. DB. T. A. SLOCTM. 131 I cuarantce the removal of fllKK. symptoms ten days. Had-lein relief from firs: dose send for Treatise. Testimonials, etc. free . tcniys rrfatmentfree by mall ., OS to ail patients. II. II. OU11K.V. SI. Tonea Avenue, Atlanta, Ueorsla. GQNSiPTOH.1 Pearl Circulars. COLKHAK A JPAXM3. CD Big Money for A Rents. Send f) X S250 m Erie Clock Co.. Erie. la- - U A MOTH. Asnts Wanted. SO best seilinsartt' lr in th" world. 1 sample FREE. Aid- - s J AY BROSSOX. vmriT. MKn. LOCKS St, 5w Tcrk. you I UUI IK CVBOI I H want to become Tel eernph uperatora. and be Buaranteea employmentuldress V.vi Jizxs. Ads.O Yrtunor fiSan z 2p fcoPYoiaHTial CO TiiBswe. othlnr on Earth will make hens lay like Sheridaa'g Condition Powder. Dose, one teaspoonful n It Is a fact that most of the Borse and Cattle Powder sold In tils country is worthless: that Sheridan's Condi tion Powder is absolutely pure and rery -- MAKE HEN SLAY to each pint of food. It win also prevent and cure Sold ereryw here, or sent by mall for Hoc Cholera, 2i cenu In stamps. Also furnished in lirja cans, for sent razz. V. B. joiuisu & cu uosun, urcniars fvHllfvlr,irrl sfUsTal CDA -' vriGViIVCU umaers use, pnea r. Oraphic. H. H. "WAENEE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. & CO., Rochester, u; -- ic Dy mau, siju. nut. N.T. Sent, faetUacranlhalas Uoase, SJiiSI Btflan8t,5.w Vert. irt PaulHowos a Chicago drummer, wliilo traveling in South Caiolina, joined with a fellow ur Jin mer in buying a mile ticket Tho conductoi refused to allow but ono of them to ride on tho ticket, saying that white it could be issued to two" or moro purtioe. only one person could rido on it at ono time, and ilr. llowo was put oil tho train. Ho at once took stojis to sue the road for damages, when tho managers concluded thoy had bettor settle tho matter, and paid h'im $1,000 to drop the suit. Tho adventure proved a very profitable one for the drummer. Philadelphia A Lawrence episode: Man. Bakery. Press. Cateqiillars are eaten in Australia and at thu Capo at the risk of woful Pie. Man steals pie. Eats pie. Police While oatimr its food a horso to a citizen of Williamsburg, pains in tho stomach, and even spiders, man. Sees man. Takes man. Court abhorred by every othor race, are eatea Judge. Six months. AppeaL Bonds N. .. was bitten in the lip by a rat, by the Hottentots and New Caledonians, $300. Narvbond. Jail. Bey aro of Pie and died from tho effects of the wounds Lowell (ifa55.) Times. Owith the same liability. thus inflicted. one-liiousa- ud ' be-lonn-ng FOR ALL STOMACH DISORDERS- Warner's TnTECASOE, Tho Best. FOR FUN Bro, Jonathan's j 80 page. Illustrated Jokes on treatment sent free. Adaress CARGER BootFOND.M.D, Aurora, KaneCo,TU. Treated and cured without the lyslfe. F.L. A.N.K-- E. 102S H.Y. Bjtt.W.S. BBATHW.ITE.Red Bank. K. J was cured of dyspepla. and other stomach disorders, hy H. H. WARHER& CO., Rochester, Many a Lyady is beautiful, all but her skin ; INDIGESTlONa aftX.OO UNEQUALED. . H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, BOTTIiE. and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. Men Think they know all about $Iustan Lin-- , iment. rew ao. mot to uwww $? not to have $ X. Y. H05. DD. 8. BROWN. j N. Y- Warner's TtrrxOAoa. The Rochester. stomscfc de Best, for 'b ! s wwa; .wumpwaMwi'1 J ,ti- - t- - l---- ssssfsspapsapsja 355EjsJ ji T ; t? S. ' ;i flLSS&rnKigqsysioBrgCTs; ' - nonfCJKacscesnnnsiam LOCAL NEWS. Tii) pyw i ian 1 nf Sft - t r - T? ii"1 "t!i JT'-i- "Tl.TtI""1 -- " - - KIMG . K$ftDR DE,fcf SEED, ALIAS IRVINg, 'TKCnViS. CTTY ITEMS. A all kiitdB ( JIUe, Mr rowfat Pew, 3tHng HeanB, IVai, tVpw aad Peachw, at J. W. JtCKlKRS'. If I I' fe ITS ft r " 5 V MUSE A SHAW aanouiKe trtbe public $62.00 out of the truuk in the Several cases of meningitis' Moow LMdniM'n Drag Sow " 75 l to haime any "ltd tht they are pr'paied "j?.1 to,t! have occurred at Union City re- " LOO " "fL" for house. The Martin negroes, Bill alt kindj of produce for ahipuaeiit b riTer 75 cently. Miss Annie Bartoldas, aj Harris anil Tom Riiiaro, reported or rail. Sjiecial attetn given to the " 1.25 " "Vc proic to make our price to suit the spirit of the times. You can rest assured 75 -.- " 4 button New Ports " entruated young lady whose parents lived Tj,e jordau Station neighbor- - this talk of Reed's to some white ihipmetit or fruiis. AlUmeloeaa attention. " 1.00 75 you need never leave .our houae to look for cheaptr goods. Vih proposo to sell as lots tA " Ot)era Slippers " in Hickman some ycrs ago, died hood had a slieht stir of exoita-- l people, who finally tracked Reed to their care will hav prompt fruit boxea " 1.50 " 1.00 any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Vcrv respectfully " Wilt keen Eront Lace Sewed Calf Shoes dread cisease, at that plaoe, mont ia8t Monday again, growing to Paducah, where they arretted on hnd. ulentrof bjfrreta Kud ot the " 1.00 " 75 Geats uakundrietl Shirts last WeCK. out of the robbery fVRlt ftlllfillt. him. T. E. WILBUEN & CO " 1.25 " 1.00 " FaH Stock Brogam Miaaf This statement of evidence is - pnpt nf miimAnB foitw.a!The man KeaU the aliened Texas not to be considered as authoriz es The grealeat vai tyof Ladiea awl fail to BGjS.ore itMtnis'in new Otld Fellows building. S warranted. It Sboe at FUAA in Afninn inct n. detective, who did the ahoofciM done en abort satiaraotioamMher pair wil be given ThcsPriees ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS cannot be Du. we3WA11 kinigof rtepJiiriag inducements as notice, and in a workmanship stylo Aleo ie the allesred robbers at Lam ed, for it is only talk, and the or money wflel Alao OODSHAW k rrAt.iior firnccni n nrTi'it a rnime are prepared to give stwcial plicated; btate, warrantpectin to be carried to heaven! Carter's, himself and alleged broth-b- a muchsome claim, will make out ILAirP8 IWhd Sewed for a find everyUiingjuatasadvertieetl,andwa'wont,tbQ"justouti' stronger case against Reed ed. You that day. They remained until er fell under the suspicion ol the was taken in than here outlined. article when it Is called for. citizens, and of any into nt. iiicrht. i.mvinrrnnd Biiimntr ' SeeoataC tothinc for Men, Bora and Chil reed's statkmekt. , but didn't ascend. They were too custody to crive an account of Si Reed claims that he is en- drea. T e aMortaent ia elegant ad prices far from destination to try to himself, &c. At the same time tirely innocent of the charge, and low. AXEX-- 3STJ3EB.. & jSitA.X-WEX.riono Mr. Moore was also arrested. ALKXAMMta & Waxwki.i start from 3Iaino taror Moore was permitted on his own: that the Martin negroes will tes- To take advertising patron- recognizance to visit his employ- tify falsely against him if they try V vom want a THRESHING MA- ENGIKJC. C)fIK.SAW tEjDERS ND MAKERS OF LOW. PRICES, age as a criterion Union City is by er, Mr. Norton, and taking advau-- ' to connect him with the crime yOiiOUUM MILL. STKAMGIN, . COTTON CORN town in West Ton-- , tage of tllis liberyt js Bail ttiatc He Eays that he was raised at and WTKUbrlER, or aar thins; in the machinery Jar ,tlioIivost .1. t.tn iiessee;, or m the whole State, for; lie"cft pturert a fi,,e i,orsefrom the HAnn xj.iviviiau, aiw? liT.a1 liAA line? If Tou do. go to MUSK & SHAW mill iiieu iieiw uuiu tne- Ancnor nns nineteen columns farra of Mrs j)r man wears. Before the war hil a- d get their prioee- Tliey i re ageato for s. MiieSt ana' w nomo nuB.- uuioiiuuj is not fled. He wa pursued, and the belonged to Mr.. Tom Rood, (w ihe KiDgaland, Ferguou A Co a, Maeaiae . tJ1 . I Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring quite so largo as omrKsviiie orinext d the horso wa r0capturod tsiierm ot tne county in ijpv) rr and Miill Suppbea. Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace uu, u..vv u, and tfiat he afterwards belowrod M. ' near Reelfoot lake, but Moore has ouKm..., BmU'Imj? Plhop. needed for her to show up a lar-- J not since beon found or heanl Q to Mr. Jos. Hubbard; ancrthat A nill i ora STec&we&r, Hlazobvirg SmTaroideris, or; population man euuer oi:The two Xeft$ ;rero. . since the war he livetr wiw aim Having rreJ a partnership with M. I. HI or Johnson, forearryiag or the above busi -them. Union City Anchor. a mhdm Jlihw a b to leave tho country, ami duT worked for Dr. C. H. Ilabbard. the public are hereby notified that on held a typhoid fevor epi- - leave. Rumor prevails withVfew His examining trial willbe morn- - ie, after the lat dav of April, wo will There is and Also, fine and oheim Ua ,An.Ia. ' jy. 1 . at the court house. Satavay JJmi$ provailiiitf at kuuiiIv them rexularlr w ith the het fresh ng &f10rg,clock. Tttig, common ci we beef, pork, Jtc, at the grocery btt of Ponn8ylvaiiTaT,uou8its5inniYopT"rowiHaFissnue(i, uni ilpftgn ftftile xtliw" 5liR8 l.arnafi RinRkanR J. W.ROGER8. illation of 8,000 and 11 deaths a qaitejjertalii thai this is not t rne. In this issue wfll be found the umu vvu3; mmj ywiisj H&m uiuUL daj. Since the epidemic set in announcement of CaptXR. T. " Thousniuls SJ So. 3?i' .Sa.c. every yard, street, back promises, 3Pa : lAlbritton, as a candidate to rep , ; Milch Cows and Cat Mfap, fa. $ &c, is kept as clean as a parlor Mr T. W. Atkii-s-10 Otmnl, Kn., writes resent Hickman and Fulton in Two Oond Worfc Horse. re . voar ntecOne tj ....w.i. ..,l,J ;t 'i nvrer nenma the State Senate. He is a Wi'- - One Ojen tol BagjUT and Ilaraeaa. Have iitsstock and are constantly adding a complete line of TVe are sole agdhts for the American liavc been to have done all that Ure 8atif)lao d Shoe Company,, for Uters. an Democrat, and a zealous xnd nd re One Phaeton, and llaraem. t cloaniUK DClOrc tllC epidemic was KJeotric Bitter are the rurt andbeM faithful worker for the party, ke Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best andprtt Apply at T1 meitein ksown n! will tMMtivelr cart has held J. W. Corxax It Cos J introduced. tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfactioni Our ma ij. i Ti IS the important office of 'ffl Kiiner And Liver oompUintg. Purify thij c r., 4hI - vritii-r-t vouiii.j im v ,TI stock of be- bhxxl and regn'taie (h bowel. No faniilj uiiuiiu vii r "r Last week, sixteen miles S , n'wy t e 3 S3 C3C2 I. abiyiiiliaiic.Kn will terms and is well qualified to make color- - e low Paducah, Bet Thomas, fird to be without them. They of the Woman's Miion- JUIJbv iT Afl loft tlif- isniiRo iii rhrsrfro nf a Bve hundreds of do'Nrs in doctor's oillf a competent and able Senator, and ,. a . i,.i .1 , ... t? 'wv, .x. Ol ins m. ju. u. neio ay every year. Sld at fifty ceetsa bottle by would prove faithful to every art uuuguttn. mu the -- rat convened Mnce l0atWd,b-& trust. Between this and August tUeJtta.h of Mrs Mary E Duncan, the and Builder's Hardware generally. A complete line of small children. During hor Jiore Landrum. cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfect and fS lie will nbseuce Clarence Ellis, a colored Another foul murder was af-- forming visit Fulton and nickman, adopte preamble and resolutions were much cheaper than the usual price. "We have the latest styles of Men's Xioolss, :Hi2ige3, the acquaintance of tho l)0y, entered the hons3, took down frtnntaf1 ot T.'nlfov Tt"fti1ov TilrlI.J Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other "Family WiisiftAS, It has pleased or Faihar (o people and making known his the girl, tearing; a gun and shot t 6imilar:in dcsipn au(1 ox0cu- - views on State issues. remove oa of the moil uaeful members of of all Wnds, from a Brad to 60d. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now i3 the time to get good bar .. y tl iti, our Unly ham labor to reward, we would . to that ftttemnted on old man gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be" " in tion xm-rr When last seen, known. express ourari ntiitteut in tb follow iVni-n Tm Credle at Fulton about a year ago. JJUlNl IUU i'UUJil XX j convinced that our advertisement is not a table. was near Paducah. The police In this instance a negro namon C0OKING 4ND HEATING STOVES, TINWARE, H. Buchanan is the only man Httivti, Iifthedtath of Sister Mary E. Sara searching for him. SOISTS Tobe Beadles attempted to rob Duncan this kM one of its that sells the Celebrated Bryan & mont efficient Society has an exemiilry a'gro-eermantbers, Tho telegraph reports that and murder a Mr. Gregory, and Housekeepers Supplies generally. merchant. The negro enter Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and Lnrutian in nea, whie, inasmuch that one Jaines B. West, a merchant vet saeakelh." of Union City who' failed some ed his grocery about S o'clock at children, men and boys. These "thoorh now dead COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WOEK, 2. That while weVs a Society are deep Shoes take the premium over all dnvR nwn. left that p.itv Inst Afnn- - nmlit, and wanted to buy some ly conseious of our ipo, stnd slmil sadly day, but the deputy sheriff hap- - whiskj, (one roport says molasses, for good and fine workmanship, miss her cheerful smiles, her sweet counsel, a specialty. Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. poned to be at the depot ami; at- - Gregory took his jug and stooped and is the most substantial Shoe and fervent prayers, et we feel that her Our prices will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. 3D 'All Bit S3T 'Pearly Gates" has t.iched his personal effects. It ts down to draw it when tne negro made in the United States. Don't entrance through the and ; . made Heaven nearer dearer to tie, and & "w. co.'RMA.asr charged that he defrauded St. struck him with let others humbug you with some that wo will trie earnestly 'Iiouis merchants of abont $2,500, him insensible. Ho then drowjai other make, and say it is just as consecrated life of our much to emulate the April 3, 1885. loved friend. russeg. and has about 2,000 of it on his kmie stabbing uregory six 3. That our profound and sincere syiu good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, soon regained conscious.-Jh- and buy the Shoe with Bryan & pathy be oxtended to her family in their Gregory and openly brags of how liincjH vrw ftitllA.1 fnr linln. when tllB de?p bereavement and that their sorrow tnnlr tlioin ?,. .c AJfO,may be sanctified to them, aad that the PATENT negro ran. Gregory then frcd at Brown's name on each Shoe. glorified spirit of the mother may be a suis called to the otjr0 twice, aftfr pernatural power and voice calling and sp Couiici- - Prcceediufc voruHement in tuis issue ot ur. ...,.- - . ,... .,, i iuu iiii.il iu uiu ", iiuui iu- - helping them to "come up higher." O . Hancock's feed and provision. blood. Tho latest news indicates 4. That these resolutions be snread Ky , April 80, 1886. n r rf MEDIC! NIE'S lr uuuio, nl oiuio. juio uiou tv:ciOr .Inttn nan, x.,. Gregory will not recover Council ITickmax, upon the reoerd of this Society, and that TO MAlvE BIO CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," met PtirMiant te adjonrnment. tfcoy be published n the Hickman L'our Owe. . itir. xxanuuciv uouies - jiuioiih. nl.. .r.1.- - nnnimif.SEWING MACHINES ... , . uu uumi.iuvJLiu iiuciiu iiwuut-i- , , fjr3r Cowgill; Councilman ikk. Present ,4 nninnrv J rectuirSs but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink ; to back up the f niinTi i ted the dastardly deed, is waij Bockmau, Case French, Itamage and I). HOLCOMBK. would-b- e SLLtK jiud bears the reputation of being claim'with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my AND onjpyffl Magoix IUxolb. .A.STD1 an honorable upright, reliable known about Fulton, and rivalever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the meeting were The minute of tae last t.h ft fionfidenco and resnect of Loyik Landrum. and responsible business man. some business men far above tKej road, approved and signed. best.'1 "Not this evening, sonic other evening," is what they say when ACCOUNT3 AtlOWBtJ. As such, we welcome him, and so- average. asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" TDILET ARTICLES Ubltunry. )M licit that our people give him libThe following accounts wore preeentodi go&ls. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish P. S. The latest in format iOnji3 Mary J. Wooro, was born, 1804; and died approved, and on motion, wore at the residence of her eral encouragement. Mr. tojhake them go by "blowing," but it is not ray way. that Gregory is not dangerously properly paid: ordered &c., &c.,jS:ci. &c, &c, &V;y Kobert Powell, May 2, 1886. Our aged were but throe oleaf wounded. Tho Fultonian reoucats J. There $ 6 16 sibter waa a devoted and coaeieteut meaj. Sew,.8iindrios ' .doscriptiou Jbf K- E. Millet , oheak 'boolc;.... 10 00 her of the Old Sehool Presbyterian Lhurah, days during tho month of April, that with five cloudy days and 22 par- Beadles bo published : STREET PAY BOBL. for over half a century. The christian Tyfyypt B3vC33 r ES?Prescriplfoii3 filled at any hour, day or night, Ring night bell after 10 o'clock Tho negro is about C feet The Treasurer reported the following races shown in her character with such tially clear, there was considera: r. 21. ftightness, as to commend her, to the love istlfc thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate S2FL0W PRICES wind and some cool days the high, smooth, black faceand street pay roll : ble ' Itor weefc ending April 4...., .. S 29 76 and admiration of all. She shed a benign witli first day of the month was clear round black eyes; Goods. This is the point and cscence of this discourse. ir it i .... stands with his feet" far it 42 25 aad hallowed influence on all around her. nnu Juakes horse sense instead and pleasant, the last day was of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you a is it 23 60 That she was i eady, when the call came, t apart and is bowleggeq.. When ii it t cloudy and cool, light rains fell on i i r. rrn TTnrTT, "n i i, 26.... ii ii 50 00 and met tbe last foe with oalmnexe and Knovwnat good muhjsii uiuu is, anu pernaps you uon't; u you want resignation, was no Hurptiee to those who the tost tho 2nd, Gtk'Utli, loth and 23rd; laughing ho shows all hisfrbnt give me a call and I will show you. heavy rains with hail and thunder teeth and upper gums, fhich pre ii $145 50 kneir her coneiste&t life ahe had lived Diamond Sewing Machine, the I aai also agent for the well and therefore died peacefully aayiiig very black. He is about'35 years on the 7th, lGth and 30th; during ' i ohdinance. as the can lily the the 22 partially clear days there old. Tho reward will be promptly JIayor Cowgill offered tbe following or- heavenly appearedshore receded andwalk ladioSfriond. in view ''Though I N. IB. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will was considerable sunshine, which paid to any one delivering him dinance, which was adopted.' through the valley of the shadow of death, W PRICES.' horei Customers politely served on short noordained by the City Council of Hick- I will fear no evil; for thou art with me; Be il was favorable to vegetation. The dlilFfKipukr and always reliable Hardware house bf man, Th t all persona who may be found thy rod and thy staff they comfort tne." tice. Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. Every established local newsOn last Thursday, the 30th loitering upon or obstructing the sidewalk ThuB, after this aged pilgrim had served her Respectfully, paper receives subscriptions from nit., about o or G o'clock in tbe or street in front of the City. Ilall, or tbe generation, by the will of God, foil asleep ; 05. 3 large cities which puzzle the pub- evening, a hurricane struck the Steps leading up to toe Uity Hall, or climb and was gathered unto her fathers. We all the ing up felt the peculiar &.?a lishers to account for, but the farm of Mr. B. AY. Tnll, about 7 of saidto Hull,windows, or into the windows of the poeia wordsthrill and appropriateness or 5 irew York Times lately throw miles from Hickman- - just in Tcnv profane or indecont using Ieud,inboisterous, nr body to rest; as we Jang, before layiag language front or some light npon this matter: "A iiessee, and demolished threo about the City Hall during the progress of "E'en (tovn to Mjige, all ray peepM stall prero Has a splendid stock of the very best makea JoF all kinds tit Hardware wholesale grocer in this city, who rooms of his dwelling house and any show, concert, supper, or publio gath- hj eOTra.Kn, ru4i,,aachaBcwkbM tore, attorn, Aad wlisu lioorj hairs shall thtr tcatpttH which are'offered at of any kind, or within one hour behas become rich lit the business, blowed his barn down. Fortu eringthe advertised time LlkO Uml.i they hll tilt in my boMW be UorB." for tbe says his rule is that when he sells nately none ot ms itamily werel fore of sid show, concert, commenceO, how replete, with oemfort to hor ment J v caj yg 'A supper, or bill of goods on credit to imme- hurt," but further than the fact public gathering, shall be fined not Jess daughter and grand children and many lrf a friends, ia such a holy Ufa, and triumphaut diately subscribe for tho local pa- that no one was hurt, wo can'hcai? than ono dollar nor more than ten dollars per of his debtor. So long as his no particulars. In the barn Vero for each offense, recoverable by warrant in death. Mather then hnst lft ns." " SUCCESSORS ordinance cnstonier advertised liberally he four mules and one horse." The the City Court. This passage. to iake Utra thy to vre delj feel, effect from and after its Buti'lis G'od that haM bereft as, tested, but as soon as he began horso was killed, htld the raiiles COMP-AjSTIT- . Ho can allour sorrows heal. and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goodefguarantced ttf COUNCILMAN ELECTED. to contract his advertising space unhurt. The fencing on the farm On motion, the Council p w. g. n. be exactly as represented. lie took tho fact as evidence that was considerably blown down. the vacancy caused by tho roceeded to fill DEALERS I3ST resignation of l at there was trouble aheadand in- In the. neighborhood no other Councilman Moore. A. M DeLcw belnft jjeuow air. aamuel U. STATIONARY, and School Supplies; variably went for his debtor.' damage was done. It appears to put in nomination, was on motion, declared his residence two and a half miles westdf I DR.MEDlCINBS,5nOOKS, GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS Fancy JT. Jaruan, Ky., nist Saturday mornioc about Said he: "Tho" mau :who is too have been more of a whirlwind elected by acclamation. SUSDUIHS, PAINTS, OIL3 &z. G o'clock, alter a very painful AOBNTS P0R TUB WIIITB SEWING MACHINE. illness. Mr.f? TAXES Td BE COLLECTED poor to make his business known than a hurricane, that centered ieuow was one ot me beat oitizens WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. is too poor to do business." The its force on tho Tull farm. ? 3Ir. On motion, ordered that the tax book couatj, and commanded the respect of our of all placed in the hands of the City Tar who knew him. lfo .'" withdrawaliof an advertisement is Tnll is justly considered one .of be had attalnwl tl, 1. II. L?MJD0RE can be found at Dr. FARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore & that he collect $1.50 lotted length of life, wing about 72 ycara Landruaf?s. The bestroof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. evidence-oweakness that busi- the most worthy citizens of OJbion Collector, and 50 poll tax. . and $1 old at the time of hU death. Tho attention of builders especially desired as this house will gyo spe- ness men are not .slow to act upom comity, and wo. sincerely grieve Qn motion, Council adjourned. i wue attu mree cmwrea to mourn their ' R.E. MILLET, C.C. PUducah News. Attest, SSORIIPTIOjSTS L S3?12CJ1A.X,T-Yviiuaiviijuvin;o unuicu. fat his misfortune. Cltu muuwiu"" toss. l union city Anchor. fe 4 fjSS-3?. B. BKBYAKD. j Dr. Av M. Parker anil wife, of . Bowling ureeii, Ky. are visiting His Exposure as a Bigamist ! iliek nan, and will remain here Murderer, &g. XA9S.l'IXG T1AI. X S,VTUaAt A'EST. days. about ton The readers of the CouriekI On AYedheadr.y Mr. The May field Democrat says win ro me moor mo work of the of Martin, Tenn,, and S. Farmer, policeman thaUba UqiK Henry Georgois be- Detective, Geo U. Sor-rei-l, in the ing urged, and will probably in a jvuig immicr, wuicn Bratton, of Union Citv, reached created siioa Hickman, with one Si Reed, alias few weeks become a candidate general interest because cf the St Irviuo, colored, under the , . k ior ouiie. oeiuuur. an: charge of being an accomplice one term, and served. ifiiH .toAVe . With the murderers of Mr. and wade a good Senator. twm, of Bocio Mrs. Hillsman King, murdered on you'don't want some loved! er as a;i accomplice of the murder- - Iheif farm near Hickman, ifov. If lnember oT your family to die, or. Ihe raducalt papers reprint 1SS3. They arrested Reed at Padu- kcep,,yoiir premises thoroughly iroin tne Metropolis, in., papers, tcah. Ho was taken before Coun exposure of this man Sorrell. ty udgo Mnrrell, clean, alld help to keep the town' your slops and By theso publications, it appears of J the prisoner, and on motion Watch clean. the examining married- a ladv of burn up the entrail of chickens that Sor-rei- l lirtl trial was continued to Saturday, ......., j .. ..WUI Henrvj&J&? , rTnin lv vrlirun HW. tho 9th instant. and fish, etc. 5J?r several children, and after THE EVIDENCE. -j- "Vf".. Trvc?rttTt "I?"rt,iilmiHH P1! Nil i.tuoi.,,.. ruining her financially, desertejfl It is claimed that the Conwnon-wealt- h He also "married a Mr. m"?20 "I'll IT county, will make a strong case die(ll(W?7o7tl nit ,f hi nsi. her. Hiukle, of Mississippi, by whom against Rood, it being alleged lrmnn near Moscow, lie was Go he wa3 fatiier to several more chil that a confession of guilt will be public spirited and char-- dren, and deserted her. He is sl- - proven, and that a confession of years old..... V .i. itablo and liberal in ins views. Ai So charged witn murucr,. anu nu another accomplice can also bo many friends mourn nicrous other terrible and outre1 proven. It is said that the police familv and jreons acls and doings. Tho lust had pretty conclusive evidence his death . .. tme tn rpmnrrv OllO' or InK ... v, x, 't Uontrary to me impressions fonncr wives, and desert her that Reed belonged to the gang of Thig i,r0ught about tho robbers that has been operating jn of manytliat tho winter cheats about Union City, that they trac a more en- - exposurc,and .the Metropolis developed crop-haoutlook, tho reports of Pr publishes letters flom his e1 him to Martin. A colored couraging rm r.:n.nra.rle.AatrX oiin ,Ul4I'4.k" w.. muiraiuuiiit- Henry county wife, with other him in approached Reed to assist some robberies. The tipcpfs.Ho amelioration in eondi- evidences as proof of Sor-relP-a and another negro made tio$Vd.stha,they cannot modify generally bad character. His ar engagement, and met Reed on llioir previous estimates. rest of old Dr. Cooper was prejMi- - the platform at the depot, one talky l,art ot a scheme to coayict the Mr. A. T. Mitchell is posses- ing to him and tho other secreted sor of a hen that is covered with, the old follow and put tho lo00 nnder tho platform. In this conreward in Sorrell's pockets II versation, Reod told of his conWirintho place of feathers, by tue f,r nvstiga. portion of the hair is black ami nection with different robberies s tion awarded Cooper, and tho tUe remainder white. Other , knowlSor-rell- at Union City, and of his characarc afraid of it and will not tial exposure of edge of the King murder and robgo near tho Strange bird. Fulton! ter at tne litne bery near Hickman, Ky. It is lultoniaiH claimed that he stated that Bud A."WnIUiK' liKelcloii. Mr. E Sprinser, of MfchHMfbHrg. Pa Farris, (white) Henry English, Dan The Democratic cohnty com.;Hnn r rr.,-rt- o i,nD nii.i ..: 'wnte.- - "1 wa nfflictl witn tunc lever Walker and another colored man , ..7. , ., V ' n lani ml raluerf t - were participants in theKing ma rnary ciecuon xo nom maie a can-- 1 And SkeUl(m GM fraa trh1 boiut $ ders; that Farris slept in the house uuuuu lui iiecuiauvo. xne Dr. King New licoverj-lo- r tho old lady, daj' selected is tho first Saturday,, which did m s much rkm! that I boui?ht and killedand tho other and that colored After g tbre btte, Engliwh In une. All the candidates have j lUr " man, completely man, then killed the old man; agreed to submit their claims t0Uun4.TUojCir ah liwrtj ftppotxtc, that he (Reed) was not present, restored to heahh tho nriittirv but got $4.50, and that Farris irot am -- GIiargc:i nVtof mijmm!JWX-si!iimSL- i P TotS M-'- nK Elfisn A TuNt FFiTWW H iliyiUi aidiji WiMu n ii Q yyuUuu. . l.-li iTPpt TPn aim! would do well la call oh Kicbaflfom, FwJton, Ky. Partial wanting Carries, Bogie. PheoH, frqM,,'liJWgTWiWUiiailiMiiMBi in SXB5K& ft I mt f J iTt,. j ',. siPs m bat.5 - d A foil lina of Titrain, BrttaaelU Carpet i it g, floor Oil Cloih. anl low ricb Abo, Troni-a- , Kaa, at Valis, kvt?, d 8atche? in imawiwe raruty. Our stoek sbottld ba teen to 1 IIp, WlXi rry vv rK, jmm " L ' '' J' r am art. ,iijia.ji .TTiia . &m appreciated. AX.KXAX9ZK ; Mawttt. ; lustra will h glftd to re ceire pupils far in?trucin is Drawing, Mr. J. W. fRtCS at which we are offering our STOCK has an umi8uti iarge lrjK t0 our store, and wc feel verv thankful to our patrons for their liberal appreciation of our efforts to give low Jhe.rtofih ffj''- - ?3ttB&&&BtE53g2S&$RimsaBsmKtmiafxat Some one to iH Clothihg gS cheap as the closest buyer could ask ili Oa.yon and Wtreior Painling, Tuesday and Friday aftenwona, at hwue. "" a 1 I m T , Phactona, and Carringee, bought low for cash, and can ami will, eell cheapei than an; one larties at a ilistaaee want ing a Buggy or Carriage of any special pattern or make, will wrile we, 1 will nd them cut And price, ai I have cus of every rehire made, ami I cn sell you cheaper than yo can bay at factory. M. W. KicttAKiHOir, St., Fulton, Ky. I have iiwt revived a ear k)d of Bug- - giigjj PLAUThas Wool Suits - llfWl IT, ? 10.001 5.00. ' .' knoolced the- - bottom out of from 6.00 to 9.00, former Prices ?:- Prices, ahtl Is ofiering ill at HONEST PRICES, thankg Tor their To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do we return KWBa.' XSZi'53&FhZi KS& l.k . x i i ...-.-- -- s de-tocti- - de-tccti- a attention jieM to recfiv iuz and forwaitiiair. either for utr accmitit In aahorttinie witu or aacoMMt'af owner ue inn l lurMian. an- - cowiierne iwi either ajiple, proriaion or Hour batrefe. In White and Red Nettings, White Goods) Srullg, Lnocs, Will start up cooper ahop in a few days. Jte.,;we have a large and elegant line. Respectfully, Wo arestill ottering the following very rare Bargains: mayl-- tf rowKti.& Bo. we art well prepared to receive aad forward produce, frail, fce., either hy rail or rier. Shipment hy rail will lie r at depot, by river, at wharfboat-Ever- The pub!i will that plee Wear in mind MANY COMPLIM" and LARGE PURCHASES in our I TS tgapgra'.uaggirr Becaute wehavi large Stock of Clothing, all sizes and qualities, and to close thejn puyjjrices must be in accordance with the times. Competi-tors will teiLjtouitliat we cannot sell all Wool Suits at the prices .mentioned, but dpme and see for yourself, and if prices and Goods are not as rcpresentedjinionay- .will be refunded. - t mn mmmti Embroideries TillWIT PRICK HOilS IN HICKMAN 5 ; "rtiwl The RemnuU XajUdSy InerenHlna;. Jrad4len. Uamascut, Mirte., vrritts: You will please rend me axothkk ca of Hughe' Tonic, to Forreal, Miss- It to nole the rapidly inerealiag demand for Hughe' Tonic ; to cell oneKt tie of it ixsuaa a much larger a'c f We pronounce it by far, the beat medicine we handle, and cheerful!? recommend itilo all tliose trowbled with ChllU and fever Co., Preiwred by R A. R. binaon wholesale DrngKia'a, IuipTill, Ky. Sold at ret il by J. W. Cowon.tr E. par-fowl- J. x3 io. f at s' o i - ia-toaishi- ng -- Uobii, 3,500 jus. Printed Lawns Dress Prints, nice Styles, 2,000 yard wide Browh Sheeting 2,000 5,00 f Gingham Checks Victoria Lawn 20 Iudia Linon 10 3 1 Lace Curtain Gomls worth s " " .XWo-- t Who ftfade -- zoB Hie XOK- & Oo a s 8ic " 71c 10c 20c 35c 35o 10c 10c 10c 1.00 5c for 5c " 3J Low Prices 3c 5 5 5 p. f : " " " " " 1 Bordered Scrim Net . a-i- i, iaspHrlanl j Jl"0 rf it Farmeri. to ii a Slilppii '; HMtt 75 dx Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea 20 4 Bordered Handkerchiefs 20 "tGents Colored Half Hose Blue CWionadc Pants . Ladies Kid New Port Ties - " " " " " " " " " " 10 20 25 3 5 of Eanaoancc t r friends and Uie public generally, that we have jusl rcrolvcJ ? an lmraaase sick m an Kinus oi rurniture, and aolicit Ihe trade of narties wish! ing to buy. We can show all styles 6f Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine line ..rtels t -- nc-.'- n - tll 'er-o-- -- W M - W to. Contractors and Builders of Houses. f A jls BTBa - MII-L- mm a w &gmwAkM OtICI ' I I - -- a - - f y. . Hi-ii- III WU ? P.IWR bal irtf.riil -u- caai'---arifgw i JLISI J j- .. - Imni fa, j , M n i,,.-:- --- -. n-M.- . i m r Hand-sewe- ..- .,. "-- - : I twuive-ycar-o- m an-er- al KTrit--.,j l OOCJ-i- Kt'.-ieci- . y R fot-otty- Butts and Screws, lails, H4g ? "'" -- h1. I " Z J. AMBEEG'S y j W. COWGILL. i j. co. 1 unieg.-person- o ; I - y -- , -i rt I x -- 1 NEWJIOME . T- -r -- ; Wit-linj,- '. PAINTS sen-in-la- " the-followi- An-ba- rg - ng - - EMCCSt WIBiMM BDC9KBXXB3 BEUES8 " round-shouldere- ' -- d, -: I first-cla- ss t 1 a . . light-runni- ng ZO m r T. r,aj 9 Maja to oisr j DeCow-diwr- v s1! - BOOFI1VG "T adra-lore- f TT !.. i?-- - r-- - I rir - i.x . V5- - i- -'-- OK j PKj EI23 MiMStt9t jjjm? m jih-hubc-. 1 ME:.- -, -- . ' f " j r tTTKr r:it7uZ;r .fi, """VV: - " '',.. C .- - 1..4- - "DTTriTT r, ,u r ln,XZ ?'. 1 A "TO" i.-r.- . 7" LciCmli;. ":J;U,nr?o (Uv1uWU,uS,.,I, y vyv.,, ' "-- w "'uiemiu" ii. ec ,. 'fVI1U.,rr,:l " r1'-"?., 1 V !f ,..7.l :J. . 7,,. U1U"ULU "VV c ? : .. JC xl. rr" IT .vi . Cb-ui. lle otlep houses are doing nothing ? It is because the people are ouiek t reooellize the difef " ""'V JlaYS the est stock and best goods, and sell at Lower Prices than others do ; con eq nently, Oitt : imo u uress uoods, in all the now goods and latest shades. Also, a magnificent line of Lyons Black Silks. . feiS' , j ., - . u., ,uv,;il.s lV; l4 U itl ivfc. ' "- -"- a XX -- vl jJUULU i iUJU it I i Uil KSaTrntrrsM w lTCe Ql V A , UUKUIU IU psnROBinsv V s .1I1U Lawns, India Linehs, Pinues, Nainsooks, &c, in great -- "liitmwes stiould sco our u mte .Dresses in boxes, our Embroidered Newport Scarfs and Cashmere a anu ". st , RSAL JSAKQAINS, Wo invite an inspection of our stock. We can please every V g;UUS. jr. f -- - iryvia S riCHCTUTi G Til ""SSSXSCS-, vtfs' IX! aJjr mm XJ F mlja iiinimmi oral . Mt2fcgri?rTii.f T . ."T jL i . "OTTTST JlJf JL, DOUJ -J8 -- cistj' . ..?. gs... ,.-- ZjI mom gra aar3sa ""3 "tufirw i58 m- "aj trs3 3zS nrt! 1 S - H.B K. E. MILLET. ?EB STOEIZ&H GGTM3B. Thf A S nt 1 i!h: ns I J osJH" ,l on- - ! Prom th? It is nmusiliir to oblsrve the ef-Of Gon Alpheus Baker, g0 DEPOT TO BE ON THE HILL. A. W, S2wKii:i!i aaid "lfrnala to forts of Republi of this oitv.j but formorlv a M. t oitKcmadi siiviiball break tho effuot iaou. ttMVtl jt. rzLiT... -- " M,,w,i,zeuj)tJ(4i'uiuuia,-Aia,.jLJaiC tion and wiSBdffi (lnJDWffiK t5 Tho appoaranco of tho locality profession, and an orato FFSrW. England Backing Down. Democratic lulminJAmfou The SjrUl to tH ConrIr-- J ornul about tho railrond depot and sweetness of diction mm iiut? ;r.)i.n,wlia l.m ..,1.... .v .rt...,i President and la nehhers are i . i ,' bnng0 "ta iinuuiuiiu .. Jiiiiivsii ikgtox, April 30. The Lex- - ...W .w .. ..., inciuetu :is I llllllllll. b'"""uothis week, tho tracks lead-rned- a llll. r 11 Illlllin IIIIT Ktnnniirr. fliniT. OHTSO SO wisely, .t..u Tliewarlikenews from England and ' tho prosictsota prosper--, Hl" xmi He ow slave called Paris ig iHto that point having been C(1 :l ctml from Col. A. Vv. llaiml-tlia- t aiul Russia lias changed decidedly ous ooiorn me war ana at uie umo imo taken n tn n noint nanr ti.o nmn vov:io e 8 encouraging, of Gen. John S. tho past few days, and it now first gun fired on Sumter. The factory. This movement was pre-sla- e tare getting J.0"' stop-sothe Rel'licnns looks like peaceful negotiations was a huge negro, very dark cipitiftod by the rapid encroach-i- n are" afraid of the Jnnig, statiiiff that Hon. W. P. Representative from will pro ail. England appears to J. L tT p....,,.,. If t Mt,iyrnwinfr nnniiinrit v Kimball, complexion, six feet two instatmenfof the river, and, tempora-uro.an- d ' V " til DC uacKing uovn imvmg recalled correspondingly largo in rily at least, inconveniences our in of Denifcratic rule and of tho an(I cmididate for mu igisnuure f vol-oSir Peter Lunsden, instead of conscouint increaaiug- cloudiness lrame, making a perfoot specimen railroad and business interests compelling Russia to recall Gen. Republican chances of regain-- 1 ""V"1 "ftered to support Gen. of manhood pbysieally. Thepen- - considerably. For tho prosont Romanroff. Russia holds the ad in ther hold on xne tcuornl oil! - ' "" States " United MTT1I II CI II oral quit his home and fain to the depot is to bo near tho pump vantage. In fact, Russia is so ces. So far all their predictions LI 11 T. ,ltl ILZII4K Mill II follow the fortunes of the but surveys have been situated by discontents and threat The comniPree.whedJnoney for his election. federacy. no said to his secant ordered looking to a permanent . ened reb( llions at homo that war and industrial institutions of the He "ls:. Kimlwll denies this Paris: "I am ffoinjr to thciwar, mi h w iiinnort.oa ,...,. If W4 JIILI " is desirable to the Czar to uni:o country are p nsnoninr Rfomiiv - .onnuiHoiu uu is a ueiiuemie anu Paris: will yon go witlrniot't Par mo Jbnwk Roulhac property, 1111 c and his people. War with Englai.d Our liberties appear quite sate, willful liar. For that assertion is, who loved and admired his possiunviltunately cxtendod into unites RnsBia. Peace, disrupts the colored men m the Southern hold myself personally responsi- master, at once assented, aiA fol West llfckinan. The surveys on ble. If tho Cxars einpiro. States are getting along quietly reflectionKimball thinks this is a lowed tho wanderings of hif mas- the hill tfll be made in a fewdays, upon his integrity, he ter as a devoted squire, unSl the and if everything is found agrcea- tho Confederacy is and happily, class- not "in tho saddle" but peacefully knows where I can generally be General, with those ass atcd uie, work will be commenced imThe Louisville Democrat found." Hamilton iurther'tells with him, was captured by Gon. mediately. Many aro es W. B. Wilson, of that city, as at home and at work, and of the return to him of $350 by John Pope at Island No. 10 i the view this change as a inclined to tlm. firat davsof Demnnrat- one of tho three who are compemisfortune, and if it was possible to maintain tent, among the large number of ic rule aro attended by the hap- - Judge Beckncr, coming from one Mississippi nvor. In tho keeper of the Fayette ence of the Federal soldiers a track under the hill, it might applicants, for the Snrveyorship piest auspices. This is not pleas-- 1 Leach, Poor-housas a refund of the General was about to hur- pnrtninlv n uw T"!nwI ! l. en ..v.. 11, null null, Capt. ant to the Radical loaders ; they j County of the Port of Louisville. j ". formerly lived at Ilick-tna- would rather see less political tho money he furnished to help ned oft as s prisoner to Johfcon s being impossible, we predict that Wilson Kimball's and we hear some who knew peace and prosperity, and thoyj next ballotelection; that the very Island, his servant Paris cane to tho change will ultimately prove Kimball deserted Wil- see him. In the interview which of great advantage to the town him well, endorso him as man of are at a loss lor an opportunity oxcero it to stir up some disoord in tho De- liams and voted for Blackburn, then took place, in which touch and to tho railroad adding to the fine moral character and ho business qualifications. His clian mocracy and to cancel tho effect thoughneverrepeatedly stated ho that was affectionate occurred bo- - business prosperity of both. Tho do so. tweon the master and his oK ser- - railroad and the town hnrn" coh are said to of tho prudence and tho prompt would ces'for the appointment This morning the Transcript vant, the Goucral said to) him: and jointly, made a lone. "bravo good. Capt. Y. is not a poli-tia- business spirit exhibited at Washbe contains the following card from " wen, fans, wiiat are you going ana cosuy ngiu, to Hold. position i. but a good Democrat and a ington. .ur. lvimball in resnonso to the to dor' PariH renhed: "Well. under tho hill, but the mighty good business man, and would no doubt make an excellent officer if ivhai Co Wo n'lttt iloimoaisfu. namilton card above referred to: massa, with the heln of Gotl. I'm Mississippi has provou too" powEditou Trakscript: It seems goin' back to mistns and d( chil- - erful, and the chango U the hill ivo.piiud.ii!p.-M- i appointed. tl,0.t " onomies are determined 'orn." The . two old friends?- who or into West Hickman is i. matter Tho three Massachusetts mon . .. against me to nan neen ooys together i thefot- compulsion. Tuo tight afainst Ten- who organized the company to!1? f?roe An extra session of the nessee Legislature is about to be send Free Soil settlers into Kan- - the last extremity, aud I am ready old plantation in the "Land ofj the river has been long and and wsrc about thct same ly, and justifiable becanso ofi,0 called for June 1. This is render- sas have obtained a charter from ;anu wining mat sucii shall be age, shook hands in silence and immediate interests involved, bit ed neceessary by the Republican tho Stato Legislature for a com- (done. In my former reply to Mr. Ham- tn tears. Paris tnrned to go, bat being always an uncertain one, n members absenting themselves to pany to do tho samo good work ilton I stated that "as to Gen. Wil- had gone but a few feet away has for years hnng liko a funeral defeat a registration law. The in Utah. They mean to effect proposed Tennessee registration such a direction to tho westward liams or his friends furnishing me from his master when ho turned' pall over the best interests of tho law only applies to Nashville. tide of emigration, and to secure any money to secure my election, toward him again, his soul , swell-- 1 community; but the chango now Memphis, Knoxville, Uhatfcuiooga such volunteer emigration, as I disclaim all knowledge, and if ing up from its lowest depths and being forced, is bringing men of Nearly all the Bhall make the territory a Gontile such was done it was a matter his countenance all aglow with clear thought and judgment to e and Jackson. fervor of pure, affection, and alizo that the very fact of Rtutes have such laws in force In coinmmuty and break down the with which I had no connection, sjj and most of ttiOtn-- h re'ign of into his master's arms. ' on tho hill route will irive a There is room and anv man who cltarjrps lliat T ISire'elipasBedbycpublicauLegis. tor aliim" r srop?a,t lB"a,,mi,1"l-'- n wayleite. jaEfifilll!KL 1Jke an infant, and ex- - feeling of confidence and certain- 4 'Jtah has, to JSprijng n fpjLsr. and goe.s out of his Mw,iatmGhuyou!ttv unknown for years as to rail. f,yi- - 'VOnjMnxt's, ifimuwur ma." aim nn ihetwomeu vitteied each. ,trther, road matters, &c, although it .ir. s sistenoy of the Toune8seeuep.ui- toTTTriioftl' d . .:: fhesn stands branded with w. -- ait inn l.. their sighs and sobs-brouvolves present inconveniences licans. shown the way tojmako its wil- - lxcis) arrtl nis childish retort that tears to tho eyes of tttv victors and dicadvantages. Tho Couut-wh- o surrounded them, m the ox- -' ex has felt every solicitude for The EngliBh Government bas dernesses blossoraa under irriga- - 3"ou are another," is not Hie way tho tion. And there are industrial tor a Kentnekian to answer such pressiou was heard : "Grat God, holding the road under the hill, already withdrawn from trado plain English. This matter seems seo what affection between the bnt'seeing the advantages on tho six steamships of the Citnard, openings other than farming. Tho now company is taking tho to have reduced itself to a feature master and his old servart;" hill, it looks like a misfortune that lines of the heavGuion and other Aud that affection letwcon ' tho work of the river was not tonnage and greatest speed right way. Wo hive dealt with of veracity between Mr Hamilton iest Tho that ply between tho United States Mormonism too UJUCIl at loii",aml inyself. navo knowledge ho master and worthy sernt re- -' conceded years ago, andtho road to oi mis matter, mains in all the Sooth, and built on the Lill. are range, and by wayZof repression l'roi-'soand Uurope. These vessels Uas keI,t from ln"3 confidential will be a bulwark of tho (jpnsorv-ativ- e at the merely. There half been no uni-in- o chartered for six months advisor and manager of eloment of tho oonntry rate of 22 shillings and G pence ted effort to brinjr home to its hams' canvass, Judge Gen. Wil- Beckner, through all coming lime. ADMINiSTH4T0a'S NOTICE, per ton, aggregating $15,500 to people that profound moral con-- . $23,400 each per month. They demuation with wliich the civil- -' who stated in Frankfort last win!,- tbi mU'.q LI. o are to bo armed as cruisers, and ised world regardatheir practi ter aud subsequently in a public The CtimerH Epltloralc. las.-a,c.eciiaaak- r? r- convoys aud troop ces. They have been mado to see card that thero was nothing in to be used as The eminent physician, Dr. Ham- quetl to eaU wi tumU nod xll persoan ships, and to patrol the aea in in the last fow months that tho this matter that affected my integ- - mond, is of tho opinion that while Huhliig laiw. agiiwi d are uo. iitinl to ftl them with the unietiul. law of tho laud condemns thorn. ruv as a mh or renecteti upon search of privateers. great care is highly essential to A. A. FARIS, Adm'r. But this will do but littlo for a j character as a Representative, preserve health during tMw sumapr!7 d change until we make them under-- , nor merited censure from my The naDers eivo an account of Special mer months there that they stand conderanod stitnonts. I boldly stato that I reason for thinking is uotie cholone man boarding a train last Frithat conversation with For Mala Snnfcr. day, in Indiana, knocking tho by that "higher law'f before which never had any m reference to his era epidemic which devastated baggage-maste- r in the head, and tho other "twin relic of barhnr. 31r Hamilton Wo are authoriseil to nncoiinc JACOB will roach famishing any money for my can tho old country last year WHITE, of Hickman countj, R3 a candiblowing tho express messengers ism" wont down. j; vass, and his statements to that tho American shores this season. date to represent the counttea of Iliciman, brains out with his own pistol effect are simply cowardly, malic- - The Memphis Avalanche makes Fulton and Grava counties is tUa State Wbat C'lcveJaad Says. and robbing the express car of ncmio ue the following comment: so distin- Senate, to fill tha unexpired term of the Of the ono hundred thousand 81200,00, tneu ringing the train Intc I. C. Vaughau. "We are glad to find them. Mr. down made his escape. This puts offices in the giftfof President guished a physician as Dr. HamWe are authorised to anr.ocneo R. T. Hamilton has had s nearly the Jamos boys to shame they v,.. are v(larinwhi(thtomnl-- more than a mond declaring that there is no AL8R11TON us aeaadid: to wprceent t).f.a ,mnt. (rmnnii rni- - faA; had to have 6 or 8 assistants. See noiauecieuuy tneictvu service 1 ..i.. nf .mni visi. Graveit, Fulton and Hickman, ia the Htcta law, that statute applying only to full details in this paper. In. No moril an aslmne to Senate. about fourteen thonFnil nninrR UULU mL.ciut.uij, nours oi n.v can-- i predict that we shall have no cholthat are per Tho wife of the Czar is a sister tho tenure of whicaTS fixed for a Jas' an,(l tor masonsimpartial pub era, but there was nothing in tho For tlie iLesislnlnre. one of term of fonr years; Mr, Cleve- - fectly obvious to an of tho Princess of Wales, last epidemic to warrant fear. "We are authorised to aaaounce P. nc. n the Grand Dukes has married lanu recently eaiuto a senator, m a cazdidtV Tako it altogether it was a very W. P. Kimball. and Fulton, ia the next Geaeral Queen Victoria's" granddaughter who urged a speedy and equitamomatter, Both men arc deemed game, and trivialbecause and only of of of Kentucky, subject to tho sctioa aud tho Duke of Edinbnrg's wife ble distribution of the offices, ment of tho character that "everything cannot be adjust thoro will probably be troublo the disease, and not beennso of of tho Democratic party. is the Czar's sister. It is a reguWo are authorised to announce J. F. lar family quarrel that is brewing. ed in a day." To weed out drones when they meet. An invitation the charactor of the particular a caadidl to represent All of which sliows that the inter and incompotentB from the eifrhtv-- 1 to a trip beyond the Stato limits epidemic. Judging from 1S73 wo HBNNICK Hickman aud Fultou counties ia tfes Lowplaees'to bo filled at marriages ot reigning fumii'es six thousand coming from either will not groat-l- y havo as much reason to fear chol- er House of the next Genoral Assembly of Pleasure of l chief-exechave little influence on tho rola era when it has not prevailed in Kentucky. surprise their friends. tions of their countries. luvc 01 me couutrsjwill require Europe as when it has prevailed some (i;ne; and we havo no doubt at a fow points, failing to become Mr. Willis White, of Clinton, that thb jl resident cau be believa widespread epidemic. Tho facts was in ine city last Thursday en- - ed when na says thailC is his pur- A OnrJplc oZ Ocr Sttt Foreign as to last summer's European We are authorixed to announce TH05 Policy. route to Paducah. When about pose, as far aC itmay be possible, plagne seem rather to warrant tho V. WALLACE, r a caadid&te for the to get aboard the cars two polite te satisfy tho jub.' t1?Qct&tious of Tho revolution on tho Isthmus belief that it has run its course office of Jailer of Fulton County. Elecgentleman kindly assisted him to his party. 2To well- - wisher willde-sir- e of Panama, which forced us to in- liko the rest of tho great plagues tion in August neat. mount the steps. While they to see him We are authorized to announce JAMES terfere for the protection of Amer- and ceased to bo a great peril ex were being so polite one of them until he has awnle onnortu'n'ty to ican interests, is at an end, and cept whore peculiar conditions P. TAYLOK as a candidate for ths oSce nimbly slipped Mr. White's pock- give each nomination propor cott-- J wo niay rejoice that it is. It is h give it local hold." of Jailer of 1 niton county. Election 1st Monday in August next. VTr$ ,r.:il in ninl.-ii- . et book out of his pocket which Rillftrnfinn cusagreeabio anil not altocrether We are authorized to announce JAMES contained $22. Ho did not see appointments wo,, behove, "make profit able task to intermeddle in Ornvws County Itemt. F. BUSHART as a canbibitc for the office them after the train pulled out. u.iHio siowiy," and m so uoiug no tlio ucuuesuc quarreis ot onr Cotjeieu: Wo 'heart- of Jailer of Fulton coutity. Election in Fulton Fultonian. win in the end -- win tho approval neighbors, lortunatoly it is not ilyEditor endorse what you sayin ref- August next. of all good Democrats. a habit wo an addicted to. Wo erence to Graves Connty Gonrt of We are authorized to anno-incJACOB uThe fellow who asked for a claim the rigL't of managing our Claims meddling with political SILVEltTOOril as a candidate for the war Hetwcea purcbnBC Edltora. pardon for Jeff Davis probably own affairs, ami vre accord tho matters. I think you hit thn nnil office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elecfeels like wrapping himself in samo right to others. Thero is squarely on tho head TllPsn res tion 1st Monday in August next gloom and becoming as invisible The war of prevarication began no great natiou on the globe tint olutions were undoubtedly as tho Ben Butler party. The by Capt. Shields, of the Clinton mterferes with the affairs Ot weal nn w enmn liftln nnni drawn -- i President has an- Democrat, has been taken up by powers so little as the United le'cting attorney who is WANTED. j rn rvn a nounced that he doob'n't need a Editor France, of tho Wickliffo owners. iiiiuoiuic uiBUiuao firii tO Work tor a IVincr nnA irn.-.,1,1 " pardon, doesn't want a pardon, Tribune. The fight for tho mas- going on almost incessantly iii the, liko Cattle and Hogs, l0 i,avo all exemption liws Beef 'and wouldn't under any circum- tery as giant provaricator prom- Spanish-America- n countries near pealed, that ho might, have a stances have a pardon." Owens-bor- o ises to bo a lively one. Here is US, but this IS the first time in ,- mi. u & SOGERS pfUJIUHJ Inquirer. "" wnrnnn nt- wlint.- "vnu J the Tribune man's warble: more than a generation that we the poor man lias. Trv them pay the highest market rrice "Mr. W. H. Bradley sometime havo assumed to laud troops on again. We areyours to command. W'ILLgood Bocf Cattle and Hogs. Call Members of the Spanish chol- ago lost a calf from a gang of sev- foreign soil. the grocery house of J. W Rogers. M.O. at npr2i-4era commission have been vacci- eral, which he hunted for quito a It was a matter of necessity, t Farmington, Ey. nating each other with what is while but finally gave up as lost. aud wo violated no law or right in supposed to be diluted cholera A few days he went to tho doing it. Our treaty with ColomA. Card. virus. To only result ascertained uum io turn ago calves into tuo bia made it a duty as well as a Saddlery aijd Harness. his thus far is that it makes them woods and happening to notice right to protect the Isthmus railMr. Editor : Permit mo thronch pretty eoro and slightly sick. that a straw stack where tho way, the steamship warehouses your papei4 to express my sincere Whether or not it affords any pro- caives Had hpn feodtne all win and wharves and other property uppreciauuu ui mo Kindness oi tection against tho diseaso is still ter had fallen over, he pulled tho of American citizens in that lo- friends who through your paper, PLUMHER & FARR1SS. asfacfrom being determined as straw away and there found his cality, and it would have been a and personally, havo solicited mo to become a candidate for Jailer. Jaclison St , opjpotile Courier OJfic e ever. calf lying helpless where it had dereliction not to do it. - JlICKilAN, EY. Under different circumstances I been buried for five or six months. If war entries there is likoly to The littlo animal was at last acshould cheerfully comply with the WELL selected slock of Saddle and BncJilca's Arnlcn SrItc. ba a ooal famine- about St. Peters- counts Hvinp but still unablo to request, but my business affairs IIarr.es. New work made to order. b burg and in Eastern Russia. Rus- walk." The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, are such as to compel mo to de- Prompt attention given to sia has plenty of undeveloped BrniFe. Sorcs.TJlcers, Salt ltheum, Fever cline. I am sincerely grateful for II S F A 11 Ji G coal, but it is a long way from hor Hand, Hiss Julia Jackson, the only Pores, Tetter, Chapped Eruptions, Chilblains, the kindness offered. and shall Corns, and alt Skin and post always hold myself willing to re- of any hind. lie has secured tho services capital. England has been selling (hild of Stoaowall Jackson, will known and excellent worklively cures Piles, or no piy required. It cnano an me uaitic ports oi lls- - he marriftr.TnTin 3. to Mr. Win. E. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. spect aud rotnrn such evidonco of of that well Bob Farriss, which of itself is man, Uncle i8, and that trado will of course Christian.""! nrominent merchant or money rerunaeu. rricc zo cents pari fnondshipa guarantee of good and faithful work. c,.i. with tho war. JonNiS.BELX of RUhwond, Ya. apr2l box. tor bale at .HUUtttitt iiA.Mmu.Ma j CurttT-Jonriit. ti j j: i i t c wng.'v. A DUEL. fTIlM . KR!cr Lvr f Ht iSnr.i! n! K:f fOUB Stinvru JSo.liT w EAILEOAD. E, CASH. 't ! Cl. mi menu BoosIoAEND SHOP North West ctirrtof mSKV and 1'fc.y ATenues, East Hlckma. EyS&"t-a- ' !fncton puarantted. April. - 1 w CASE & MILLET, $ if ' -- - - - ! Vf"ilolc" n n, -- MH - E B Wil-alarme- d. 11 fc - ,jim Ur 1 1 THE BARTER i GROCERY , Don-.facton- -, a.in, ?' kejStttjckit a i ALSO KEEPS hni-ntin- - -- - 4 - -.- - H. J. SI. MONTGOMERY, announces to his frirmlfl nml ilio r.nl.1t ik. ODenod A iipot nml framh ha r all hind of Familt Grockricb, whieh Ed will sell as low ns the lotveel fie It ready at all times to exebance Groceries at cash prices for Butter, Eftg. Chickens, or any kind of marketing that the forming friends may bring in. Tho highest ar le in.l. ket prlee always pnid. J. M. MONTGOMERY 4 D"RO. HWffiV alto-o-Atli- MmM Sale and liyery stable j ros-liie- u Earis Jo, & KENTUCKY Parker STIIEET, e, 1 - n, i (... . j bAs X A, LJ KESPS sule HORSES, eonstaniiy on hand for kir BUGGIES and UACKB. Xcar Railroad D'pot) and entire outSt ef W. B. Plnmtae v prnpefe to contiaaa the btulncea,. nd solicit pAtrouae - HTtnj pnrcbaeed the Stable, hcteed r j n, 1 1i .. 3ECiasz:-A.iT- , s:e2vto?tjoe:'z W- - a HERTWECK, BALTZES MANUFACTURERS OF & CO ., Pamily TJ jLt DiESTELBKIKK rccsries, trflglt ..I . XJ7--- .ost-Rest," ZlWaXir:HEVX mg&&a&&WR rwii M jvrrj' -- -- ". ljs. W siea , Pco to name all articles, but no" trouble to show gtods. aadoiae and see, at the corner of Troy end Mosoow Aronise. gat Hiclnnr, By "&? - w- -. w i , r ii ?lzi c 9ra. ? mp VjTir ; a N. irnr . r jfziM ti?r-rS5 tz.,11 . -- re-th- , TflLI uiiv-'iwr- :7ii:v-"-" P''S&rfl kW4&H 'fin.' iu-- -- j. rmr f HW Uljy, wa.LiiS.H.1 Jhr "- -' " 3ZBS&FSZKlUia i3. h'klfT? 'tat (VU5. Y . H. 0. kin-Js iU All fa STAPLE nau&lly obi -- in-an- Sgiclzjragkga nn ei Sggii&aciig;-- , prltts. m km ejt In a 2rt-e- l (DAVIS OLD STA5D.J of JUDG. fiftDCERIES toxeo; . .tt-s-t mMre?J'mCLJtJJj!'jr mtt CRh2fBE&KIS, TJUjL-m-m ght HIE X) L -- X j I t- I1AS.U.. HOLOOMBE. Dsx.za II E lil ABLE ROZ1XT, ORPS 3y5c tij;ar. Co Sees, JSoapM, e to-da- y C9"Vflil not b undersold. Wilt pay full price for Batter, Bgpv &tf (Hiciists, Ky., Clinton Sir.)' CKT , i A - , ftt PRZSGl:iPTt01,t CJ.E2. TO . r.i CO MP OU P D UD! "5fc GROCERIES ANDT con-stan- rrorossisa&l earfis.'lf IViWf ZQ.'&r, f HWirA V f!i- - E. A. & P.. T. Tyler, mm tCZii "-J . vatQBSM CONFECTIONERIES. B ..., "".'7w'b' n nine-tenth- , " ,.;,,., ,. Attorneys at mmm, mmm OSoe F AXD CASE, DBALZB r.V A .' -- entruatsd to tLslr cro. Furniture Factory. ATTiaiD TO ALL BUSIS2SS net8-'7- 8 sm !- -v !8 s ? SkK.-fS- vasMh VCJM ft n SfrOc tTJavnSSTS'Wi3'C r:?' mm - i rs Family Groceries.;; ISO. Hooks, ar.? allkind of Pishing Tackle and Supplies, nt abar gain. Groceriea and Family Supplies gen eraliy. Net, Seine, Line, ? en' H"&-ma- dr, a., a. FABIS. PHYSICAL AND SURtiEON, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY c--a - l0 J in.'on i Groceries 25 fits Lower I have no " than the Low8s i.ta.iliuuiii; u OFFERS janl-80 his Professional Services tc of nickm&a and ticiuity. ' Si'SOLLINS, Proprietor, no store rea clerk exponss and pay cash for all my Groceries, and horefore can sell as cheap as tho cheap et. Best brands of "Wittenberg adLoa t. tar Flour, 25 cents cheaper thaa tha lotr JOHN WITTING. ' " C. L. SANDL v E. Street, Alexander & Maxicell's HICKMAN Old Stand,) MARBLE WORK ll 11ICKXAX, E2XTVCKY. DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, HICKMAN, KY. makfr-appointmen- ts ATTORNEY A f LAW DFXtfrUFFS, TOILET ARTICLES, BRUSHES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. The finest quality of LIQUORS Jfor Medicinal purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, eto. tOy-Sa- ve J Collector, Real' Estate Agentj "l DEALBR 15 Italian amd American Mabbl HICKMAN, KY. nens MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GBAYB STONES. received a fine lot of Am ST' HAVING Italian Marble, I aat pr pared to fill all orders . Call and exaaala ar work. Orders frost the eoastry prtaptry may 2ft e ST Will attend promptly toallbnsl" entrusted him in Sonthwcstenl new. fresh eni"uj nu nortnwcsiern Tennesseei Everything money and buying your by Spccialattention given to tho investigail cines, etc., from this house. uon oi JiRnu iHlos, anu inc purcnaae ' sale of Real Estate. TJan8 Medi- prtEScniPTiojrs. , i t iny-ka-Ai- 7la"y CQTRAY i 1,-t- joaissos? man, at hi residence, one mile est itickman, on the State road, one bar fijlji about two years old, both hind feet nhitei white ffripe on face and nose, a while po' on left hip. Appraised by me at fifty dollars. Given under my hand ns CounlJ Judge of Fulton county, April 22, 18S5-- , R. 8, MURRELL. Judgo F. C. C. inayl- yiAKEN up as a stray by Chas. B. Mngv uu i nn i WnTrPC iiuiiui.. and thoroughly competent preecriptionistengaged, and ready at all hours to fill escriptions accurately and promptl . An experienced EETHKSSALOON, A PUSASAST I2ES01TT. jars and FRESH BEER consUntly OB;,tap. Tobacco, of the beat brands. Patronage solicited. Cl hair dr mm. Braids, Curls, Fuf&, Frizes, made to order. LADIES PLEASE Bang?, bot tl-- lt lOW We are grades of TO SVE IfONEY al K iM CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR! MR J. J. DUGAN, well knof n to ae moat of tho old citizens of Folto county a responsible and competent carpenteraaJ builder, liaB again located at Jordan, tkjs county, for the purpose of carij'ng ona' ny ? business. Reference is made all of the numerous parties fr "hoar he has done work in the vearagg&eby. F" 1" sons desirine work in "his lite, pleas dress him at Jordan, Ky. CALL "SVholeaale Headquarters for Special IVotlce. All persons indebted to the firm of Bon. durant & Drewry, will please come forward at nn aarlv ilnv ,n1 mtlra cotflsmAnt OfEce at E. Collins drug store Alexander & Maxwell's old stand. BONDURAKT & DREWRY. Ilickman, Ky., Feb. 12, I8S5. csswiM, and will job to dealers only at Faetery prices; also the mim mm d zmi f - A I I .Maf&Q cheap as the cheapest. J will a " undersold JOIU TTITTiKG- -- lll,.!.J..n in Kiuua oi uroceries- LOWER and TotTTPO JjUKV XAVr .l rpa & aii (he best la the market. "We also keep constantly on hand a choice of REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FAMILY GROCERIES, SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, about CONFECTION RRI ES. ONE Acreti. Six Room. Two CisAND FRUITS, terns, Good Well, 'Spring, Stables, Orchard, which we will sell very low for the cashv &c. Apply to PIcnse call and see us. GEO. N. HELM, mayll8S5-6Hickman, Ky. m Mil Scotch ni Imm ht hi .- - -- st "SO ' & -- 1 m t te ii -- t rtBtiij . J'FV Nft 3t J- - m J J