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AJLujtvivjusuw ! ,1 S g H 3 n M 11 jfv m ?k im m i j imn. i . m h II 1 i m i & m. u n, I i m I b I I nj i ., .1i ruw b F Fine Job Printing EXECUTED - m hmv J. EH .Mr tip - O hwibk With Neatness and Dispatch. . ALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, SILL-HEADS, - 7 Street, next door to City Hall, JT ' QEOROEWABREN, Editor. tm&0 ' '" wr ' - ok " I ' 5,J ' J M, " ' r - . -- -- "- 1885; . ,,... ... -tLT' xx.-ay-:?- 3. . " ! lavTVIT-A-TIOIST- S. rBICi: OF SXfBSLCRBPTIOJf, see. oo. , , ESTABLISHED MELEOUTED. . 1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 22, AN INSANE MOTHER THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. ETO ETO, XTm. i , 'V CURRENT TOPICS. ' vol. - OAIiZj AltT) SBB iREjaip is to bare a second oIctrior&Q- - re edited by Throws Her Children Into tho RlTer to Official Annonncometit That th Advance Drown, and Then Tollows Them to Tbo Halfbroods Driven Prom Their on Khartoum Will Abandoned. Meet the Same Fate. Riflo Pits With tho Bayonet. TP 'NORTHWEST. V.rr aright n?j!eB Ha was wining lettar-carrierlHiB- at ig "Uf It is ' denied that "o Froling;-huysenialSsan.- " iRvDLdrPA.,1iay, 12. t WiSJfirtG, Mny It. Intelligence of an Gen GRAmrVva4 unanimously autneaiiosnature is that a train with pro rommander of the Army of the Potomac visiooswnich left Swift Current a week ngo, was attacked by Poundmaker and hif BRiCKtPoMEBOThas finallv secured control of the United States Democrat at Indians,and captured after a fight.In which Washington, several Wre wounded and two killed. General SS3i .R'tl Thirtyonelcams and twenty-on- e teamA Kew editor has discovered Middleton early in the day, saying: "If sters wei'acaptured. Ten teamsters esthat !?0,JL12yerJ!? th? smarteat thing you persist in firing upon houses contain-in- g caped. The train was wfthin thirteen b the world except a young widow. our women and children, we ill hiiles of Battleford. The latest news from the prisoners in our hands." The "EvEjyQiayxyBrjlintho country Is to tho frontxontalned the following dispatch bo vigorously overhauled," is the edict that General, in reply, told him to gather hi? received tEJs afternoon by Commissioner .wmcuauu raimreninioone nous has geaeiorflTfroni-Secretar- y "Whitney. iuu uui iki urea on iiater ThesfeamerMh SB? " -- 'BAcihnavUrL will The p$adHlum,o the clock in Dr. Tyng's hL'V BBBBBBBSaMBSSBBBBMBBBBSkWfc take the woundkine quis, now atBatouche, church jaK th ed to Saketoon, the Northcoto ferrying the rimklfiv's y hether in view of this plain expression of troops across tho r"ver. Riel and Dumont AB5MrHrsvBflRl eaJaewly-Vw.A. MKunitHMWrn intrinuTle. he snt AnoThortH5iS TOnd. On fh Wnv- sli rjirrlfvrl thn distrust, Lord Wolsflev will not be forced escaped 'go-A- s down (ab in hpr nrmche did not like war. tat imlnss the to resign. Each additional fact which and several the river. Monkman, Fisher Strtntni. nn tho impatant Indian doctor In TTlah was stoned to retired his orilnnl tntnttnn nf trihssafcre: Of the bank shf t'nl l mul fhn HssmI leaks out concerning the situation of tho prisoners. Bntouclo was only taken are by ing the prisoners would be adhered to, but each nffectionatdr, after which she took British troops in the Soudan reveals more 3oath recently bj his tribe for having being the point of it came too lute; the charge had already the eldest, a bey, and threnv him far out of the misery which has been caused bv charge atfortified. Ihe the bayonet,heavy. rebel loss is failed to cure a pationt placed under his commenced, and in a few minutes the into the strongly stream: then the next two in tho the bungling plan of campaign, and w hich charge, rebels were scattered and the prisoners res- order of their ages, and then finally tak- has ben sedulously concealed by the mili- Our loss, reported kiled, is eight." On Board the loirrncoTE, May 13. censors. Thero are scores of men ing Jab. D. Fish has acknowledged that Sal-li- e cued. Follow inc- is the list of causualties arm the baby, aged one year, Under one tary went who with the lato General Stewart General Middleton las thrashed the rebels Killed Captain John Fresch, and the fifth, a sweet-face- d little nirl. ReberLaingfwhose'"receHt mysterious at Batouche, they giving themselves up. o Lieutenant Fitch, Royal Grena- ngea three years, under the other, ''shaM from. Korti to Metemneh last death has creat&A'so much comment, was scout; Captain Brown, Boulton's troop;JV. diers: have never returned and who The column then moved to Prince Alliert. tv "8 nanK ior a moment, n his rlfe?mmm-HmH. Keppen, Surveyors' Corps; "Prirato uttered a silent prayer and then cast her- hayo never Iveen acconnted for. For a long The Northcote is sife. but ran through a Hardestj,irith. Fourteen were wounded. self and last two children into the stream, time thev wore cai ried on the rolls as iniBS- - terrible fir at Batmcho from both banks It is saidlthatlPriacess1 Beatrice Is the borne men working in tho mill ran to their Ijng, but they have gradually been dropped, of the river. The lebels tried to capture mistress of Jive, tongues. Goodness rescue, but w hen thev arrived all had sunk rand It is now considered certain that they her by lowering a firry cable, but wore not An Inhuman Stepfather. graciousl Does her intended husband quick enough. Three were wounded ? beneath for the expert sirayeu oeyond tfte line Philadelphia, Pa., May 33 At the;ln-que- swimmers were last time. Severaland they of Abu Klea and Gutiat alter the battles slightly. know it? awl were capamong the party, Tho following is a private dispatch from on In brought the 5t fi said1 hnt'the etectric lights at Sac- day, the the body of Lottie Cook Onofri to- jumped one.andThey were bodies to shore tured and butchered by the Arabs. Captain Bedsout laid on the green revolting story of her cruel.death one ramento can be seen from the high land was "On Board the Northcote. May 1ft told under oath. Her stepfatherthe grass side by side, not exhibiting signs of THE MORMON QUESTION. nearUackson,.Ainador County, a distance Italian, C. Wo are all right. Ixpect this defeat will .?"eJShoorB were at A. Onofri, who Is accused of and they set to work to once summoned, wind up the busineis. The rebels deliverof sixty miles, killing her, was present as a jrisoner, and After tedious work tho resuscitate them. Attempt to Arrest Scleral I'olygamigtn ing themselves up vill insist upon Riel bePniLADBtPHrA's claim to be called the seemed to be overwhelmed bv the predica "were resuscitated, but three eldest children ing hanged." MeotsNt 1th Armed, lleilstnnce City of Brotherly Love Is endangered by ment in which his brutal nature has youngest children were tho mother and tw o The report that R!tl had gone down tho already dead. The tho existence within her borders of 203 brought him. Abundant testimony was entire village has been throw n'into mournSalt Lake, Utah, May 11. A letter river is not credltedhere. adduced to prove all that has already bei ing. Mrs. Pfautz was about forty years of base 'ball clans. ' 4 ' dated yesterday, received said of the horrible story. The body of age. from The Cascade tunnel of the"Xorthern Pacific tho child, who was onlv nine years old, Arresting the Mormons. Oxford, Idaho, says: The greatest excito-jnewill feetloug-jp- no of,the longest In Lwas covered!, with cuts and bruises. The prevails at Bear Lake, On the 5th . Blackfoot, Idaho, May li. Last SaturHALLTJCINAT-ION- . the country. "The material andachinery were almost empty, warranto were placed In the hands of day threo Deputies Wslted Paris to arrest and that the child had forc5structnwill'eo3t'al)6ut?10d,0Q0. Norwegian at Chi three Deputy Marshals, for the arrest eight persons cbargtd with Illegal cohabiliterally been starved and beaten to death. A Strange leak of caso A Story ef tho "BeeSlIIft jof eight polyganiists at and around Paris. tation. They found' an assemblage at the TnE current of LakeJSrio has an effect On Monday, it was shown, Onofri flogged " v i l Jjmiidry.f littleLottie allday, using athlckrope,a Nothing w as heard from the matter here Meeting House, tha chief Mormons (ones upoatheoiljacent shores suCicient to make heavy strap, and a shovel, tho handle of until this morning, when a telegram an- wanted) being inside. The Doputies atthe spring season from two to four weeks the latter being broken on her head or Chicago, May 12. A strange phase of nouncing the fact that the polygamists tempted to enter, and were rofused earlier inland arouniLToledo than at Buf- tody. Her also tied her were all corralled in the meeting-hous- e at falo, hand and foot, and compelled her religious fanaticism developed itself in Paris, undtir tho protection of an arm I admifesion, under the claim that Justice Woodman's Court yesterday after- guard of brethren on tne outside, w as to kneel down the meeting ws a private one. hours. J. M. Rice, of Austin 111., has been era wled up stairsfor bed, andAt night she noon. Karl Stianson, twenty.-igyears The doors were Idcked, and guarded to becauseshe The Deputy Marshals who attemptawarded tho contract for the stone and moaned and complained of her back, Onofri of ago, complained ed to make the arrests wore marched out of Inside and out. ami the Deputies bantered thnt Araiuad Reinert-sobrickpwbrk" of "the 'superhtructuro of the beat her again with the shovel. If was Pans by an armed mob, who threatened to go in and bring out the men, and given thirty-eigyears of age had threatto understand that they would bo severely Jefferson City (Mo.) public buildings a shown that after lying quite a while the ened to kiU him, and refused to attemptthat give him ed tothe would kill any one whoFred. Du- dealt with if they attempted to do so. Seedying child again began to moan when her, "Marshal serve nphis wife. Reinertson Was rreld in bois, upon a warrant. this news, immedi- ing no cnauco to arrest the men, the crowd receipt of in a great rage, fell upon T00 bonds to Both, and r, being so determined, the Deputies At Ash Ford, a sfatlon on the Atlantic her, smothered her head under a pillow, all connected keep the peace. are Norwe- ately telegraphed Superintendent with the story, at Pocatsile, and chartered A left, followed by part of the crowd, and Pacific Railway, in Northern Arizona, and sat upon it. When released the gians, uud the sceno of their difficulty was young victim, as her little sister one of Constable them. The special train to convey himself and posse a "tne water supply is brought by rail a dis- Mabel said, "lav verv ouiet." Onofri the "Bee Hive Laundry." Four years ago to .Montpelier, from which thej-- will Deputies went hut of town tance of sixty miles and sold for fifty cents then struck her twice in the face with his Reinertson camo to Chicago, aud'became K reach Paris about f p. m. point (Sunday). crowd dispersed. That afternoon until the y the depuper barrel.. fist, and although she did not stir, struck member of the Trinity Norw egtan Lutherties arrested Sam Humphrey out of town, an Church. The preaching and the tenher again and Simpson, and took them to Montpelier. Then, becoming ets did not please him, and not being able Triple Murder. The "Archduchess Marin Valeria, of .alarmed with Sunday they brought the prisoners to Austria, a charming girl of seventeen, is little face,at the increasing pallor a on her to have his way, he left the congregation London, Ky., May 12. News has just Blackioot, alter an attempt had been made the for doctor. two years ago. "Since then h has bad sevbeing taugft watchmaking and the manu- When the physician arrived the chjld was reached here of the killing, on last Sunday, at Montpelier to rescue them. The deputies facture of jewelry in theshop ota Tyro-les- e in unoirrs nnns ueaa. iuecase was con- - eral revelations, one of which authorised at riiif ville, Ky., of Josiah Hoskins,his telegraphed MarsbubDuhoibd Sunday. He him to act as the ole representative of . Qtinued in order that the testimony ofithe Christ on earth, giving hiin !ow to re- daughter and Thomas Napier, by A J. took a special train for Montpelier, arriving worker JuC ? s. other childrcnimajj be taken. T 1. 1 called $ mit sins and teach a new order-o- f com? Johnson. The circumstances of the diffi- there Monday forenoon. He county at the Germaxt contemplates a grand exhibiplaces ofof all the munal life. He assumes civjl as culty are about these. Several months ago ficers, tion of German industry in ISs&as an in- - . none but wore Mountains of Ice. well as ecclesiastical rights, and says that Johnson had a rihliealtiy with Hoskius and He search! two or threo houses,there. rto RvVii'V,i;r. and New York,. May 33. Captain Lord,, of no mamatro is valid without his sanction. Napier. Last Monday evening Napier, found no one that was wanted. At least l"nv and a future 1 orld's Exhibition in the With these views he gathered around him Hoskius and his little daughter were re one hundred and fifty Monnous were on the steamer Critic, which arrived here last Prussian capital. families in the basement turning home from preaching in a wagon, thebtreet, but no resistance was offered. night from Leith, makes the following re- -' three Norwegianhis e Laundrv ." and just before they reached home Dubois where he runs DUBEfG 1SS1 the number of persons killed port: OnHuy at C for nearly all - s.nl.M Lulutf XCW. SUaiwont .. in IaUtud 1&' attacked lv Jolinsou, who curs, wtjypoTj Tsa!ftist, and th "inwill bo on railways In Great Britain was 1,1S1 (as trorjhiongitudo 4",a. minutes west, we" One - KarlaiiLves-terda- y fired on them twlaAvJU.ixfori.j"-four,Ui- and two children.10 cwarggJlTiurtsr the new laws of tho TerriS: Wesson pistol, tho first ball tory. compared wfth l,l'C7 in the previous year.) found a solid wall of packed ice, interruptthat for the past year the Imebtfnas ler Smith John D. Jones, of Malnd, The number of injured was 1,100 (as com- ing our forwnrd progress, and extending have not been allowed to associate wfth taking elfect in Napier. The second took pleaded guilty to unlawful cohabitation, their wives except in the work of the laun- eifeot in Hoskius' breast, passing square and was Used $KM) and costs. About fifas far as the eye could reach in pared with 4,187 In 1SS3). dry. Tuesday last he asked that his through his body and through his little teen similar esses are on the docket, and s and a dashing young direction. We" Jat once decided to wife Miss Haddie Rogers, a bo should to daughter, who w as standing immediately more to come. restored reply was behind him, with her hands resting on her Reinerton's womangpia Erie, PaMis in jail for hors look for a passage to the south- him, and tiat ho head. father'n shoulders, killing all three instanthis stealIngrShffnas a passion fo'r'equestrian ward. This we did unsuccessfully Stianson would crush Farm Laborers' Wages. consulted with Rev. N. C. Brun, ly. At last accounts Johnsou ha1 not been all day. As we advanced to the south, folsports. 8h lured a horso for an hour and lowing the outward or eastward curvature pastor of the Bethlehem Norwegian Church, arrested, ami w as defying the officers. Wasiunoton, May 11. The monthly tookagiorfinsasli acrossthe cooutry." arid the result was that Stianson got his of the ice, which, at times trended away to statistical publication of the Agricultural h According to a writer in tho London the west,gradually curving back wlfe and Rienertsort was arrested. Stiaa-so- n Affairs. DepartUHMt for Mny, which will be issued gaining posession of his wifo topk a consumptive patient ib in bettei to the eastward, and in some cases even her on 2GS Lancet WASHiOTON,May 11. Postmasters comw ithin two or three days, contains a comto Hubbard street, and up to ten as far back as northeast, the icebergs becondition for recovery if he lies on a couch came offices John R. prehensive statement of wages paid to exceedingly numerous. They were o'clock last night it took all his time to missioned: Fourth-clas- e in tf judiciously selected spot in the open from 2QQ to E00 feet in height, and of tho watch her to keep her from escaping to the Williamson, Bethany, O., John H. farm country, , oven in wintcr&tk'auin a sllut-u- p room. dimensions of large islands. The weather laundry. Last night, however, he Stephens, Bradner, O.; Lemuel W. Holmes, based laborer in all imrtx of the upon what Mr. Dodgo, the statistician with Brownsville, O.: Robert S. Fulton, Homer, went and back now became thick with fog, and it was yielded, The richest colored jnaa in Philadelphia with Jjer the prophet. O.; Richard S. Fitzgernld, Lemon, O.: of the department, Iwlieves to be difficulty that is John McKee,a real dealer, who is threadthe utmost through them, we could There to the Reinertson, reporter them found trustworthy data: Eistern States our way the man estimated to be .worth between 200,000 and on the lookout no sooner reporting on tho lovingly side by side late last night, and Thomas C. McGulre. Mav Hill, O.; Win. II. $25.30, Middle States $2.1,10, Southern Russell. Mt. Oreb. O.; Oliver P. Harpel, 300,000. Hierearetwqor" three others In starlward bow then ho had to repeat his glorifying Reinertson. Reinertson said RadclifTe, O.; Samuel Ulnch, Seal, O.; States 14.27, Western States $22.20, the same citywhose fortunes run up into report with one on the port bow, right Stianson came back with tears in his eyes, John C. Patcheli, StonoLick.O.; Daniel M. $33.7B. Tho amount of labor seeking ahead, etc After a struggle of seventy-tw- o asking that he be readmitted to tho com- Heeter, Wengartwen, O.; Marshall ' employment In agriculture at the present the hundred thousands. hours, we were able to get clear of the munity. Stianson explained to the reWest Hope, O.; Hiram Hippler, time is unusually large, yet there are many Oxe of thejMWlaws ' of Nebraska pro- ice. In all my experience at sea, I have porter, through Reinertson. that such was localities In almost every section of tho the fact, and his wife confirmed It. The WestLodi.O.; 31atthew Campbell, Wister-mahibits thejmarriage of divorced persons never seen or heard of such immense quanO.; Lizzie Clayton, Mannington, W. country lu which there is more or less comOther women and men wero talked to. and tities of ice in that latitude. within six months after the granting of report Mary E. Conker, they all admitted that they were happy Va,; John D. Durment, Raymond City, W. plaint of scarcity. The that in closes with the manuto" allow time to be the decree, Crothersvllle, Ind.; the practical suggestion Va.; ana glorifying God In the true spirit. Wm. M. Brown, Clermont, Ind.; David W. facturing towns and cities offices bo given for setting aside said 'decree by Sickness at Suakim. Boll, Eugene, Ind.; Eden A. Rhodes, ojened, either by tho labor unions or by proper Iealproceedings. Spakjdi, May 13. There is a fearful benevolent citizens, through which com. THE MYSTERY Eurekn, Ind.; Sanford E. Mcintosh, amount of sickness among tho British and Qdeex'Victoria is attended during her Ind.; Logan Allen, Roglesville, munication may bo opened between unemOfthc Chicago Trunk Tragedy Kxplalneil Ind.; John C. White, Tafalgar, Ind. ployed city workmen and fanners needing excursions 6y George Brown, a brother of Egyptian troops here. The sick bays in .by the Confession of the Murderers. help, so that a reputable and worthy city the late J. B., who was taken into the royal all the ships are crowded with patients, laborer may have the means of making A Suicide. additional are beservice lifter thedeAthofhis relative. .He and erected on hospitals One thouChicago May 12. The three Italians known his true character, instead of starting shore. Isaac Banks, who ing Pittsburgh, Maj-1attracts much attention, as he is invariably sand natives, who had been hostile, have arrested in this city for alleged participaat venture, subject to the with a woman named Brown and a physi- risk out oa footmistaken for a professional clad in the Highland garb. of being submitted to British authority and have tion in the murder of the Italian Iomon cian named Hall, were incarcerated in tho A WOMAX in Boone, Iowa, who was sup- been armed. It is feared, however, that peddler, Caruso, practically confessed to County Work house, awaiting trial for the tramp. the news that the British forces are to be the perpetration of the murder this afterported by charity during the past winter, withdrawn will deter Lena Steubenjttch, the Wholesale Poisoning at a Picnic. further submissions, says the Chicago Times, Is showing her as tho majority of thojiatives consider that noon. They, in a measure, absolve death ofof a criminal iBution, comGilardo, who was arrested in Tallulah, Ga., May 14. An excursion gratitude by a public spirited effort to aid to every Arab who manifests f rendliness his of members of St. Paul's M. E. Church of on his way to Italy. They state that mitted suicide in the improvement of the town by build- toward the English occupation, death is he witnessed the deed, however, and throat from ear to enifcith a razor inevitable at the hands of Osman Digna as demanded a share of the money taken from which he had snatched from a colored Atlanta, numbering about seven hundred, ing herself a fine residence. goon as the British have retired. Shortly after dincame here Caruso as the price of his silence, and then lyarber who was shaving him. Tho wretchMrs. rftajL R. Brackett, is Register of aided them in shipping the body in the ed man died in a short time. He left a ner the jxoplc began to get sick by Deeds for Franklin County, Maine. She was trunk to Pittsburgh. The detectives declare letter for the Warden dictating the dispo150 Buried Alive body, and also an affecting do?ens, outuntil at last about an wero to unappointed by Governor Robie to succeed trees in tinder Delphos, Onio, May 13. Gregg Dolt, a that the confession is sufficientmen. cause the sition of his to his "Darling Lena," laid tanging of all All the epistle atdrtsed conscious condition. The engine was at her husband, who died last fall, when only laborer, met with a horrible accident here Particulars are three of the troubled mind had conceived once sent down the road, gathering up tho now known police, whom his two of the four years' term for which he this afternoon. He was engaged in digging The murder was perpetrated to the to ob- - still living. solely doctors along the way. Seventy of the ' had been elected had expired. a sewer at Schenck & Lang's mill, and was tain the 300 or $400, which it was known sufferers are in a critical condition, with a A Dead Minstrel. probability of.many deaths. The cause of A superficial examination of the down in the earth ten feet, when fresh Caruso had In his possession. t ' Indianapolis, Ind., May 12. Marsh the wholesale poisoning is believed to bo Goethe papers, left by the poet's grandson earth commenced falling, completely covWinter Wheat a Failure. gave the Adams, the minstrel, known the world due to the icecream, which was frozen in A to the Grand Duchess of Weimar, has ing him Chicago, May 12. The Fanner's Ilecieto, over by his rendition of "Oki Black Joe," new free7ers last night. alarm, and commenced digging to extricate brought to light two precious treasures the smothering man. When taken out Dolt ia summing up the reports from its corresthis yesterday at the last manuscript of "Gotz von Berlich-iage- was unconscious and fatally injured. He pondents, says concerningltho crops: "The died of a cancerous his residence inliver. affection of the city B?nk Clerk $15,200 Short. leaves a wife and several children. and of the "Roman Elegies." and he leaves a llth of May Is here, hnt the weather con He was aged forty-siNew York, May 14. Eugene Walton, tinues cold. The crops aro all late. Win- - wife, whose stage name is Susie Wild. The farmer king of Alabama is Bragg B. the ollecUon clerk of the First National Winter Wheat Prospects. wkeat prospects are tho poorest ever AVhen but a lad ten years old Adams was Bank, Comer, o( Barbour County. He raised and taken li was arrested picked up by George Christy at Louisville enenccd. The spring wheat is not all Chicago, MaylS. TheMcCormick 2,250 bales, of cotton, .last year, besides a fore IJ. S. Commissioner Shields, chargfd all in, and the corn is as a ballad singer, and from that time uner CorosjBj large amount of corn. He has from eight e only TSvorable fact til hlj death he figured in "burnt cork" by Ebenezer Scofleld, the bank cashier, to tea thousand acres in cotton and corn lour nunurea corres pon is that there is opera. In 1&0S and 'UST, m company with with making a false entry of $7,000 in can mention y present prospect of a drouth. The most Bill Manning, he made a tour of Australia, books of the bank. Tho defalcations tho this j ear, aSid says crop prospects were wheat States. It estimates thnt if fc aro thus far is maintained reports will, show & fcrious fact is tho failure of the winter which netted them .;0,000. never better. stated by the bank authorities to amount falling off of ten per cent, in the condition wheat crop. Its magnitude is not yet fully to $15,200. Walton denies the embezzleThe King of Denmark is father-in-laof winter wheatxmpared with the esti- realized." ment nnd says he had nothing to do with The Money All There. mate for April, which put tho crop at of both the Czar of Russia and the Prince Washington, May 11. Tho count of the the books, judefault of bail he was lodged per cent, of a full yield, with a deLook Out for Locusts. of Wales. .There seTer can be any rest In five money in the vaults of the TJ. S. Treasury in Ludlow Breet Jail for tho night. crease of twenty per cent, acreage sownT " Washington, May 12. Professor C. V. was finally finished this this world for tte father of girl babies. -at three Riley, the Entomologist of the Agricultural o'clock. Tho committee afternoon informal Phillips' Estate. mndo an Ax Iadiana salesmanwa3man enough i, Removal of Pos'masters. Department, says that the country will report to Treasurer Jordan and to Assist14. The appraisers to strike, with a stave, the panier of a lady bo visited by two great broods of loWashixgtox, May 13. The Postmaster-Gener- ioon ant Treasurer Graves that everything was thirteen-yea- r who had been stealing grocery eggs and of Wendell Philips announced that "it is the fixed de- custs, of the seventeen and bo the first found to be all right, and this information varieties, and that this will concealing them in two big rear pockets. termination of tho department to have made a return of his property to the remove time in 221 years that they have appeared was at once telegraphed to If the eggs were no fresher than a good every postmaster whose accounts are in conjunction. They will not prove greatly Wymun, in New York. The bonds of the Probate Court. The total value they find to be $8502, consisting of l.a'JS real and many 'that are sold In groceries, the friends found shortjwho does notdepositpromptlv destructive, and tho Injury they will in- old Treasurer will now bo released, those 54,021 personal. A large number of securi-tie- s as required by the regulations, nrvhn d flict will probably be confined "to fruit of Mr. Jordan taking their place. of the lady ought to take the law on him. aro returned as probably worthless. The house or sobbing wren is a bird pecu- i careless and negligent ia the conduct of his trees. The visitation will be prolonged unCho'era a Sure Visitor. 1 in July. til liar to Southwestern Texas. Its melancholy Baltimore, May 12. The Medical and A Hint to Office Seekers. note is described as very impressive. It Our Dumb Animals sav a tlo y Chirurgical Faculty of -- Baltimore Bad PlaceTor Tramps. begins in a high, clear key, like the tinkling discussed the probability of avisitatlon of f belonging to tho Salem Lead "Company Washixgtox, May 13. The Democratic Jefferson Cmr, Mo., May 12. At the cholera this summer. Prof. T. S. Latimer broke a p.w of glass (Of silver beJla, and descending gradually members of the Iowa delegation have bees liu kennel ami this county, unitedly and persistently pushing a certain village of Taos, a tramp, while last night, stated that the history of the disease went at once to the in from one sweet chime to another still Hughes, attempting kitchen, arid by candidate for Marshal of the Southera Thomas an entrance into tho house of B. D. leaves little room for doubt that it will be "dog signs'' sweeter; it suddenly falters, breaks off and District of their State. trird to point out the misin force y thePresT wound, from aj epidemic in America either this or next chief- Then he undertook the job himsobs like a child the song dying away in a summer. Cleanliness in every respect, Lb a man wnom none of them Schlender, received a, fatal uvuiiiuiuieu said, is the most potont safeguard agaftist self. Ticking from tho ground with gasp. Tho song is heard only In the open- uevu wuuuii ui, auu wnom none oi thelwindow for such visitors. it. rThe most rigid sanitary precautions by his teeth the. piece of glas which had. knew to be a candidate. ing light of dawnaad is repeated but the city will be urged. fallen out, he made several attempts to a few times. The handsome little singer Is Attempted Suicide of a Young Wife. Colliery Casualty. put it in place, but, having no experirarely seeadariHg'ihe day. PrrrsBURGn, Pa., May 12. The young The Panama War. AsnLAND, Pa., May 13. The east mam ence as a glazier, ho gave up wife of W. C. Pershing, son of the Rev. These Is a large demand at Portland, moth gangway of the North Ashland Panama. May 11. Five hundred men and calmlv awaited the return trying, Dr. Pershing, President of the Pittsburgh of his caved in thLj morning, coverinc; four Female College, attempted to shoot her- arrived from Buenaventura yesterday Orege), forgood servant girls to take the tue damago was then re- men, named James Eaais, Charles Xtouah;-erty- , self. She and her husband quarreled, and and three hundred more are on tho way. master, placesj&ow occapied by Chinamen. and Hero wss happy. Martin Guard which fought Prestan The granite quarries of Southeast Mis- The latter hasMcKemsand Michaelis Head. the latter want off to Chicago. The young The Colombian also arrived here, with about paired been recovered, but badly wifo then became desperate. at Colon have souri, fcre being, developed very rapidly. injured. onejhundred prisoners who were falsely A crotchety old doctor in New active operation reported as drowned. Prestan is besieging Four WeaverWill Get a Certificat?. Carthagena, and was received in th York has won the hatred of every General Sheridan's Injsries. in the neighborhood of Piodaeat. 13. It is underSpringfield, III.. May camp, which was illuminated in hii fashionable belle in the country. Mo Los ANGELES. Cal., May Pftor. RaWiT of 18 Smititsoaiaa that the returns from rebels' with ''Viva Prestan." stood here say that the uso of those costly injuries .from the upsettinrS the Thirty-fourt- h will bo here honor District in aXocdoa publication .rhis carriage Monday are nmrini or early enough in the ful smelling bottles, which enables a either his prd,lfcpthjrt the EscHhisjrrow in rious Badly Burneur first supposed. He " hL. morning to allow a canvass, and the Govlady to oxluo.t a plump arm and taper. wnnS. the United States is a national misfortune, Wen StHIf Huntington, Pa-- , May 12. Wm. Hess Momcji en ernor will issue a certificate of election to at to, perfection, is hurtful. day. K""fr iNothincr danzeraHc.oania which fe"iikelYyiB th near future, to and his two daughters were badly burned ing fingers ki Weaver before the joint session. " ' . clpated. '"''' fire near this place, and their The btroag salts cansc iieaduchcs, jore caUnrits,jH-eierr".oHsin a timber The Prorecovery is doubtful. thrcits, onu,vprse of all, red noses. Death at 116 Years. is. his cor- -, fessor has evidently had . Cleveland an the Momon. 2T. Y. MaiL 12. Among his vines. alee aai tear down jalamazoo, Mich., May d Foremen Discharged. Washington, May 13. Presida Hvmakbs eosae high, and the elopement Cleveland received a delegation appointed the returns of deaths by the Supervisor New York, May 12. All the foremen Dear rneLV said a lady on Fifth was Mrs. Catherine Main, aged 110 years. prove that girls have to have them. fey the Mormon Church, 1 stars were dis Her age was obtained from the family and bosses at the navy-yar- d from Wash- avenue the other evening, "How tho ujion orders Tsj xreetssat wal ssove out to the pres- living charged records in possession of a daughter china cnizo ia growing! Here's atfew ington. MsaWsi sstjag at Mw Sellers' Home very a. - MSLME1S1 4 lx Keat County. ork club that is paying 53,000 for a v W A xiece Van Baren is an ipplIcaat'fca'Posto'ffioe.. The tenement house system in New Xork has.fallen,intolkIavor. ll a c R ! a - - Batonrh? oiay jz, via Clark's Urossiug, May has fallen, the rebels have flt3, being driven from their rifle pits and ara1 bush at the point of tho bayonet. The charge was gallantly made by the Grena- 13. WCfMPEO, T TT urfi . r f . -- SbtciI From JIftssacre uargo of tlieG rcna ill er. - Oallaiil ' .v., " - . Ma? -- 1. . li (Jbe-eax- s mas-sac- re revolting tragedy took place late this afternoon near Lititz, Lancaster County, about twenty miles.frorn here. Hiram PfauflPis' a respectable laboring man residing near that place. His family consisted of him self, wifo and five small children, the latter ranging in age frdm one to twenty years. For some tinio past Mrs. Pf autz has shown signs of but not to, such aii. extent as to xaue apprehension among her friends. She had been giving much, of hjgr time to the consideration " of religious matters, had read tho Bible through and through had become converted, and often remarked to friends that the world was becoming too v, ickwi to live in. While her husban 1 as at Vork she called her five chi'drcu aruna, prepared their toilet, tlTssed wenk-mindedne- LoNDx,AIavU.Lord.lIartingtou?s exAtorriWe and planation of the Sotldan campaign was received in the y j. A Provision s, to-d- ay w,th giggling laughter frci the Tonis. Every ioint sought to be ma'de by for War, whether it was intended to b pathetic or severe, was greeted with a derisive explosion, w hich the Liberals vainly strove to drown by indignant cheers. The general feeling left ly the speech is that the campaign was tho most of signal failuro modern times. It Is known that General Woheloy himself admits the justiceof his view, and that in default of a Russian to ar he longs for an opportunity to renew the Soudan rauipaigri next fall m the hope of retrit viu ui battered reputation. To-l's utterance b the Foreten and War at HSW of Commons this Thiry;0H cams OK Train Arfanlrnri . n it Jf oundmaker. m .a. v:il and r , Twenty-onnrja. a iwitlllllx-CU- V Ak. i ri"3 TTSd t kWS" n Ii M If i yj-O- -- ej bald-heaeo- d VMiBiH liiiiHfliiiiiiiiiMHB?!Tfttf I ii II t- L IoalTllIe Liear Tobarcv Slarket. The market for Burley tobaccos has beea, active, and most generally firm, with b& of tho little change in values. Good middling; 'Mv liniHir Jim. I and higher grades have been conspicuously im&B?" reply. strong, and prices have' again advanced "Can you show any n L.Jjail, bat . ahorse." somewhat, closing $1 r2$1.50 per 100 pouads' It wasn't . V above the prices ruling a fortnight ago. "Oh. I see. WhwrC"8 acted!" Mediums and the grades below have beea the head." "In over it; he'll about steady, with more strength in low. f "Well, I wouldJJ medium and still lower classifications, inprobably get .f don't get his cluding export styles. The mediums have ne and it "ruled- stronger and are slightly higher. fcfl. new hat and Sundsj tV B. Dark and heavy styles have been mainly of nondescript grades, presenting a largo percentage of common lugs and regie leaf. These grades have been active and. In, the main, firm, closing at full prices. "Wrap-pedescriptions have hardly made a rec- J ogniWDieic aturo in the breaks, and nave JIJ4 MT I JrSJ - , Tk m. ,uiiwn i iiijBri mnfTiBn 7vqBlPin In the1 quotaUoaSyff g. f i fettewei'ier-jradirty fist in the IDetroitJgg.'F1! THE COMMONWEALTH. with a pojfT k&f ""ken one ailed him. kieked," was the "J "Y-ye- s, wH."' ..'! - ry rVC V .p" iMl UsT jmili. r 1 n SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS- w rvfinLrnfl-o- tw - u m Dark and Heavy. $3 Hurley. W-im - &Ak. at all the Only a common dooryard, Back of a common flat; Only a kitchen doorstep, And an old J. Thos. cai Lazily in the sunshine Dozing on the mat. Trah - prl-r- t half-bree- ds rn,-P(- "Come here, honey, and look pretty things in the window t" Chestnut;. Common lugs. Medium lugs Good ug Common leaf Medium leaf Rood leaf .. Fancy leaf .. .. JIlw-llaneo- 6 755J7 25 7 50 8 00 9 0O&11 00 .13OO&17 0O 550573 6 0W. 650 7542S f37K42S 473525 450ft 5 03 .5aeoo S60a 700 6 7 7& 11 5ai0 03 5(Xtl3 00 7 00 13KXS18 36 - Kto-da- y: Janu-aryvh- -- m - -- a " " st How dear to the heart ara the ehestnuU of ohiluhood Jokos that our infanOy The knew. The puns prehistoric we vented in mild mood. And auoient conundrums so.feoblo and fowl What sweet recollections rise nulekly and work us High up to that pitch whoro tho briny tears Whon wo hoar from tho lips of tho down at The crutch rlddon ohostnuts we all love to Tho woH, the circus. tell! d ohostnuts, the mildewed conundrums And jokes that were aged beforo Adam inoss-covoro- be)j) nt foil. . BEL-IGIOTJ- ft. T. JournaL tl r. step-fath- er cm nt n, ht step-fathe- r, Byllck-ersdofe- the old sod, now, Casey," said Mr. Maloney yestorday talking to his neighbor over the fence. "The Prince av Wales has gone over to pacify tho Irish with kolnd luks and swate spaches. Tins av thousands av people are crowding each other to get a shake av his hand, an crying themselves hoarse with 'God save, the Queen.' Tho Irish are too soft hearted, that's what they are." "Rolght ye are, Maloney; what, a pity, too, 'tis thrue. Tho splindid results av the lasht explosion are all busted now." Mrooklyn Eagle. "it's queer doin's they're havin' over on Wasted i:xjiloioim. Items. Complaint is made through the Bowling Green Times that unknown persons aro killing fish in the surrounding streams with dynamite. An old lady, eighty-nin- e years of agef . living in Bowling Green, had a cancer removed from her tongue recently, and, it is, said, bore tho pain of the operation remarkably well. Henry Girso.v shot and killed Jordan Middleton near Crittenden. Major E. D. Lawrence, Secretary of Latonia Jockey Club, died at the Cincinnati Hospital of Bright's disease. A Papccah girl saw a party of small boys "playing circus," putting their feet back of their heads, etc. Retiring to her room, she attempted the same feat and. Only an open window succeeded. When she attempted to un- Directly overhead; tangle herself it was found that a button Only a fiendish boarder, on her shoe had caught in the back of her His face with grins o'erspread (All of which implies a big surprise dress, and until assistance came, in answer to her screams, the circus was a lively one. For that sleeping quadruped). The young lady has retired from the acrobatic ring. Company F, Louisville Legion, won second money, $500, in the Maiden contest, at Mobile. shown at Stanford, the other night, during Mr. John Bright, a sura thunder-storveyor, was riding along tho road with his compass, etc.i when the electric phenomenon occurred to him. The bright" flash was not followed by any report, but tho tip of his horses' ears carried a "jet" of electricity on them for several hundred yards, and Mr. Bright's eyes the next day became a firery red, and for some days af- A singular freak of electrcity was ijr j to-da- step-fatherse- nt ter had the appearance of being very much fc Only a pitcher of water, Dumped with precision square-L-y down upon that J. T. C. So calmly sleeping therer And a frenzied xhnuk of co-meat t?rmidfnf-Alinlrhof.n.-ao- -- inflamed, although they did not pain him. He says be was blinded for several minutes after the flash. Mus. Mart Crow suicided at Louisville, the othor morning. ' "Bee-Hiv- haiU-urrani- 5 Albert Kleiser's residence in Shelby 55,000. ' County burned. Incendiary. Belle Green, a x- Uirt-wlf- e wMiTirrfMigv-"-yfe58gwi- i To-da- y Journalistic. ITcxas Siftings.1 - $I0,WW. nfotr Lo, ort, LurnedT Loss, colored woman abenit - jmSS VSSwfW HMHHStf j..; " tr- -' west-northVe- st south-southea- st west-sout- Post-Offi- 'ESaJ O" n II. en-tir- "Well, I declar! What has become o. thab chilo? Must havojboen sunstruckl" Mistaken Kntliustasm Filkins Is known to have an aching fond ness for dipplug into small transactions on the stock board. Ho met Brown, his confidential friend, on Griswold street th other day whom ho greeted as follows: "Great time on the board Brown; came pretty rfcar mnking a fortune." "Cresar! Come, old feller, tell us all about it." "Why you sSfcre had a regular war 1 market. Wheat jumped to eighty-fivthought she was pointing for a hundred and jumped in. for a 'fifty.' There was a drop of two and a half and I lost my margin; but if I'd gone in at the start and closed out at eighty-fiv- e I'd counted a cool ten thousand. How's that?" "Immense! Glad to hear it, old feller; give me your hand. What are you going to do on your luck?" and Brown looked significantly at the nearest saloon. X. O. to-da- y, o; Tmes-Democral. A young man of ability but not of much means was talking about starting a new pnptr in Hojstou, and was telling a friend ? about it. " You can borrow fifty dollars and start a now paper," said tho friend, encouragingly. "You darned fool!" replied 'the would-b- e journalist; "if I could borrow fifty dollars w hat would I want' to start a paper for? I want to start a paper so I can bor-"t the fifty dollars." w Question nnd Amvreri- - Cali-ford- ia Question. New-hous- e, n, in-o- rder ( Har-densbu- 1 Work-Hou- se 1. -- re-M- ilt New-Yor- to-da- y. i fellow-workm- n" Bub "Are you going to be my new Courteous British tourist (to unoccupied papa?" "Accepted Suitor "Yes, my dear expressman) "Hi there! ytnow Is tliis child." "Have you got your wig yet?" the way to the depot?" '. "Wig? Why, no; I don't need a wig. Why do you ask?" "My othor papa allnstcer . ways said he was slaankful his hair wasn't fast to him." Philadelphia Call. -- x, m&? -- ,s to-da- y years of age, fell dead while standing in her yard at Danville. Jackson Harm v, of Fleming County, is the father of twentv-fou- r children, the youngest a few days old. Governor Knott, Auditor Hewitt and Treasurer Tate, of Kentucky, have negotiated the loan of $500,000 in New York, authorized by the last Legislature, practically the only debt against the State of Kentucky, and have succeeded in placing the loan nt a rate which puts the credit of tho Commonwealth far in advance of that of any other State west of tho Alleghanies, and next alongside of that of Massachusetts and Sew York. This remarkable success is mainly due to the active assistance ot Mr. Logan C. Murray, the President of the U. S. National Bank, who is himself a typical and enthusiastic Kentuckian. A revivalist at Louisville was interrupted the other day by a crying baby whose mother started for homo with it. "Don't take the baby out," the preacher cried: "I wish thero were fifty babies here.., God bless that mother for bringing that baby. Let it cry; I can talk lounder than babies can cry." l, about five Henrv Dcskort's miles from Olive Hill, was blown to pieces, caused by the boiler exploding, killing T Gaut and G. James instantly, nnd seriously injuring threo other men, whose names are unknow n. Moses Caton, sentenced to death for the brutal murder of his wife, was publiclj executed at Morgantown, a few days ago, in the presence of an immense crowd. His neck was not broken by the fall, and he died in ten minutes from strangulation-H- e protested his innocence to the last. F. P. Caldwell's place at Visalia, Kenton County, was entered by burglars the other night. The safe was blown open, nnd $75 to $80 worth of stamps and about $100 in money, including twenty trade dollars, and a few foreign coins, taken. The burglars left partof their tools in the store. Mr. Caldwell is in the grocery business, and is also postmaster. Work is soon to begin on the Paducah thirty-fiv- e saw-mil- Water-work- s. .if to-da- jPl?!! 'AI JwA h VStY'-- . w sixty-- al Slell Unoccupied expre11 (to courteous TribBritish tourist) Ns'--CMcao to-da- To-da- Bridget "Oi have a shurprise in shtore for yez, Patrick." Patrick "Have yez, an' phat is it?" Bridget "It's a patent modarlint. The agint tould mo it wud save wan-hathe expinse in coal. Think av that, Patrick, jist wan-hathoox-pinsosthove-dampe- r, lf lf ." r une, AKH-et- g" . TreatodfuU-r- 1 Col-lie- ry qoarriee-areHow'l- Patrick "Faith, and did yez buy but wanavthim?'J Bridget-"Th- at's all." Patrick "Shore an' ye are nou schmart, Bridget. "Why didn't yez buy two av thim, an' we would save the whole axplnsof " 11 The editor of a Buffalo (N.Y.) newspaper recently asked the sub- Bcnbers to name the tea mo3t important inventions of all time, iloro than eight hundred answers were received, and the ten inventions receiving the most votes wero the telegraph, printing press, steam engine, cotton-gitelephone, mariner's compass, gunpowder, telescope and photogvotes were in favor raphy. Twenty-on- e of the steamboat, six for paper, two for timepieces, and only ono for the n, ' Arkansa(fveler-shamefully, "Say, Dalross Mjj didn't he?" said a frkf Mr. Lumus. "Yes, he did." JL "I wouldn't stanljtjfe as I can do, let " It is just about asg 7S1 me tell you." "Yes, treated yo.jif""'0- - Threw ' a glass of beer la yo " Oh, that's what y UBabo"t! to e fact ttiat ch? I thought you Yes. he has nofrreturned he has treated me sh811 rtff aJ 13.-Ge- Herai to-nig- ht m-f- t. to-nig- ht than-was- as-sa- " . a m lurid glare of I athwart the dark-kfky. gaymthisicportoi'' -- City Editor (to reporter- )-! nt flrm if" Are you - so-tak- e -- - Navy-Yar- J1?11-D- id the wtfole 1h lurk,Df you notice ca"sc ?. about the place, or,the J&1? mont ot the fire, I saw rf IbeiaXr'yEaray to-da- y. sewing-machin- e, to-da- y, V. -- .."SHWfc. pitcher." a.-21 Sxih. tsS4- - ocean cable. - WelL iust wawBB forked flames shootj MreegynUf- CitytMknSajnatch) V4 77 ,.saiC frt this report. " Jos. StirCm; a German workman on the bridge, was drowned at Henderson. Albert Jones was arrested among tha mountains of Southeastern Kentucky, charged with shooting Bill Miller, at Danville. He was convicted and given two yeare at Frankfort. The new bridge as Henderson will be completed next month at a cost,, of The channel span is 025 feot in length, the longest truss span in the world. Hazard, the county seat of Perry County, is seventy miles from the nearest railroad station, which is London, Laurel County, on the Louisville & Nashville railroad. TnECourt of Appeals has decided, that e kept for public use, should be a and must bf -. classed as a billiard-tablcensed. Seventt-eigh- t Stato and savings banks do business in this State, exclusive of National banks. Kentucky has 24,556,170 acres of land, valued at $191,731,600, an averago of $785 per acre. Kentucky has i,iol Postmasters, who are appointed by the Postmaster-Generwithout consulting the President or the Senate. There are 000,000 children, white and colored, in Kentucky, of proper age to attend school. Before tha war the, sale of furniture in Louisville would not exceed $300,000 per annum. At the present time the sales" aft " pver $1,000,000 per annum. National BaBks ia There are u the State. I.vlS53 the colored people in Kentucky raised 1,194.W0 bushels of com. 146,000 bushels of wheat, and 4,423,772 pounds of tobacco. ,j Mrs. Minahan,. whose sob. was killed oa the Cincinnati Southern Railroad, near High Bridge, has filed suit for $30,000 dam ages 1,500,-000. -- pool-tabl- e, 11- al fifty-eig- ht -- 1 .rw A - h .k- J5 -" -., ISZSZKTLrlfXA C..' "t.T-l?--- .iil -- T ? V s- ? it ,-- i , oi lumis out of the employer's Thoughts Drawn from tho Destruction of tha AAAAiinin uu or the . dlsarranp-nmTl"J 1. f ia salary enough "" " the Temple by Samson Sormon by " 31y mother says Hop Bitters is the only to pay all lawful expenditure, but not Kov. T. Do "Witt Tal- filing that will keep her from severe attacks enough salary to meet his sinful amuseof paralysis and headache. Ed. Oswcqq mage, D. D. ments. Sun. How brightly tho path of " My little sickly, puny baby, was changed unrestrained Dr. Talmage recently preached in tho amusement opens! The young mansavs-"Nointo a great bouncing boy and I was raised Brooklyn Tabernacle on the subject: I am oir for a good time. Never outlet: If she be not from a sick bed by using nop Bitten a" "Opera-housemind economy. I'll get money somehow. bowling-alleytheaters. what care I whose far sh short time. fare fo-A Yopno Motiieb. skating-rinkbe. Chicago Tribune. E2T" "No oso to worry about any LiTtr, and all styles What a fine road! What a beautiful day Kidney or urinary troublo; especially" of amusement, good nnd bad, on for a rido! Crack the whip and over the Valuable Cokvexiest. Bnowa's Bright 'a Disease or Diabetes, as Hop Bittrial." Tho text was from Judges, turnpike! Come, boys, fill high your Bhonchul Troches are a safe nnd sure ters never falls of a cure where a cure is xvL, 25: "And it came to pass when their glasses. Drink! Long life, health, plenty remedy for all troubles of the Throat and possible ! I ! Lungs- - Sold only in boxts. 25 ct3. hearts were morry that they said: Call of rides just like this!" Hard working-me- n for Samson, that ho may make ns sport hear tho clatter of the hoofs and look had severe attacks of graTel and Kld--" "It's hot as an oven in here," he said to And thoy called for Samson out of tho up and say: "Why, I wonder where those ney trouble; was unable to get any inedi-ein-e editor, "It ought to be; it's where I the prison-housor doctor to cure me nutil I used Hop nnd ho made tbem sport" fellows get thoir money from? We have mak uy bread." Lynn Union. to toll and drudge. Thoy do nothing." To Bitters. They cured me in a short time. Mr. Talmaga said: T. It Atty. There wero threo thousand people as- these gay men life is a thrill and an excitePim'sToornAcnEDROFS cure in 1 mlnuteoc EST" Unhealthy or Inactive kidneys cans sembled in tho Temple ot Dagon. Thoy ment They staro at other people and In Glenn's Sulpfcur Soap heals and beautifies. 26c. had come to make sport of eyeless Sam- turn are stared at The watch-chaiGerman Coiin Knvovcn kills Corns Bunions. "gravel. Blight's disease, rheumatism, and " a horde of ether serious and fatal diseases, son. Thoy wero all ready for tho enter- jingles. The cup foams. The cheeks vhich can " I AMpurchased by faith," says tho if taken In be prevented with Hop Bitters" tainment They began to clap and pound, flush. The eyes flash. The midnight hears time. clock, "but I'm known by my works." impatient for the nmusoment to begin, and their guffaw. They swagger. They jostle " Ludington, Mich., Feb. 2, 1879. I have they cried: "Fetch him out! Fetch him decent men off tho sidewalk. They take Momtfdy. fold four years, and there" Colds? fevers and Inflammations brokon is no Hop Bitters forsurpasses them for bilmedicine that out!" Yonder I see the Wind old giant the name of God in vain. They parody the up by Dr. Pierce's Extract of Smart-Weecoming, led by tho hand of a child into tho hymn they learned at thoir mother's kneo! ious attacKfe, kidney complaint, and all An Inexperienced Housekeepor. diseases incident to this malarial climate. very midst of the temple. At his first ap- and to all pictures of coming disaster they Indianapolis man advertises to put Ah H. T. Alexajjdeb. pearance thero goes up a shout of laughter cry out: "Who cares!" and to the coundown wells at bottom prices. Detroit Post. Mrs. Peterby has not been married and derision. Tho blind old giant pretends sel of some Christian frioni: "Who are "Monroe. Mich.. Sept 25th, 1375. Sms: A Book Free: oa the Liver, its Diseases and I have been taking Hop Bittors for inflamho is tired and wants to rest himslf you?" very long. She has not got much exPassing along tho street some Cure. Dr. Sanford. SHI Broudway, New York. mation of kidneys and bladder. It has against the pillars of the house. So 'ho night you hear a shriek in a perience in housekeeping, being a gradsays to tho lad who leads him: "Show mo tho rattle of tho watchman's club, the "done for me what four physicians failed uate at Vas6ar. Her mothor-in-laMost of Persia is very rucged, hnce " to do cured me. The effect of the Bitters where tho main pillars are." The lad does rush of the police. What is the matter heard tho bluebird sing, on theprt of tho men who lives in the same house, suggested, the Persian rug. Pittsburgh Chronicle. JSomatter what tho days mav bring; seemed like magic to me." W. L. Cartes. on duty will prevent a ecneral stam- - so. Then tho etrong man puts his right now? Oh, this reckless young man has The wintry winds may wake or sleep. the servant having left that she boil hand on one pillar, and with tho mightiest been killed in a grog-sho- p ly heart with Spring her tryst will keep. fight. Carry r afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaac Gents Your Hop Bitters have been of jrrp&i Eede. That is the clas5;of men LucUa Clark, in Chicago Current some water, so that Mr. Peterby could Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. 26c. ralue to mo I was iafci up with typhoid fever are made of, and iiever know of push that mortal ever made throws him- him homo to his father's houso. Parents for over two months, and could" Kut no relief havo a cup of lea when ho came home. many instances wherdv failed to do self forward until the whole house comes will come down nnd wash his wound and unUl I tried your Hop Ilitiors. To those down in thunderous crash, grinding tho close his eyes in death.' They forgive him "We can't boil any water," replied I from debility, or any one in feeble their duty. COTVBOYS. i health, 1 IVADurntc I cordially recommend them. J. C all that ho over did, though ho can not in. ABBBamimni Th I nc liense like grapes in a iiirs. reterby. rim enth tt Sioexzel, CSS Fulton St, Chicago, IU. -nr miiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBfe Mkk. ias ss. when their hearts his silence nsk it The prodigal has got "Why n uHft .ti On tho Drivo,in tho Camp" an Hiri hey said. "Paralytic nervous, tremulous old Call for home at last. ""Becaus? urilA uKI Samson, that he may make us sport' And You may judgo of amusements by thoir adlcs are made perfectly quiet and spright nas not ituU' n KICK Llt LTOiiL.. cruited from?" nt9mm i una itouna-u- p. r ilU' ly by using Hop Bitters. can we 1.1 ,atcr without any boiler?" "Pmm i?I nnrtsof tl World. Snmn they called for Samson out of tho prison-hous- effect upon physical health. The great S37 None genuine without a bunch at gree of mauy good peoplo Is physical reand he made them sport" In other need bid put on After the motLcr-in-lifrom the plains, where their toys in inMen Who Daily KUk Wo ana Limb In Uops on the white label. Shun all the vile,pois some waur in tho tea kettle she sent tho miniature lariat and a words, there are amusements that are de- cuperation. 1 want to tell tho Christian fancy arc onous stun wltn "Hop or"iiopa"in uieir i tho l'erform:inco or Duty Cowboys Mrs Peterby into the kitchen to seo if shotgun. Some from Mexico, with structive and bring down disaster nnd people of my congregation that God will Graduate or Colleges Some the water was boiling. many of their half Indian characteri- death upon the heads of those who prac- hold you responsible for your invalidism The Exquisite Measure Afforded by Mistakes Corrected. The young wife went into tho kitchen, stics, and many from the East I tice thein. "While they laugh and cheer if it is your fault, and when through right Family they die. Tho threo tlmsand who per- exercise and prudonce you might bo athand after a while she came out with a know a dozen college graduates who O AT VvV OF ished that day in the Gaza are as nothing letic nnd well. Tho effect of tho body upon In this broad land teeming with dipper of hot water, and said to her cowboys, and haveihecoino so infatu"Do I kaoWjjtke cowboys? Young mother-in-lawealth of natural rosourcos and advanthat I suppose they compared with the tens of thousands who the soul you acknowledge. Put a man of ated with man, I thiuk iTdo. When you, havo will never the life tages, there is a lanientablo tendency eCPYKKlHTto, O J leave itunUl the final grand have been destroyed bddy, mind and soul mild disposition upon tho animal diet of am not an export at hougekoopinsr. "I for famiJ&s to bwoine widely separated g by bad amusements nnd by good amuse- w Inch the Indian partakes and in a little worked with them, camped with them, ivuuuuji. so I want you to look at this water and as its members amvo at maturity. It whilo his blood will change its chemical and been among them for years on the seo it it is boiling or not"- - Texas Sift- There is another interesting period in ments carried to excess. z frequently occurs that a mother must cowboy," continued Mr. proportions. It will becomo like unto tho ings. In this course of sermons I am now drive, on the plains, and on and off tho life of a travel a thousand miles or more in orExall, "and that is in Hie spring round- preaching you must have noticed that I blood of the lion or tho tiger, or the bear, duty, you might say you knowthem." der to visit her several children and while his disposition will change and beThe man who hadchargo of placin" their families. The exquisite pleasure tTho speaker was Henry Exall, a up. In the fall the4cattlc stray away, have no syinpnthy with ecclesiastical come fierce, away from tho storms cruel and unrelenting. The the electric light in Buckingham Palace and in working or with that wholesale deafforded by a family is, alas I Texas cattleman, who has been spend- they sometimes get away 100 miles too seldom enjoyed. 2sot always is it . and Windsor Caetle, has just been made or nunciation of amusements to which many body has a powerful effect upon tho soul. 'electric-litjh- t ing several days in tho city at tho so. Each cattle owner has his own aro pledged. There are a great many who There aro good poople whose ideas of convenient for sons and daughters to engineer to the Queen." leave Uieir homes and little ones' to Heaven aro all shut out with clouds of toSeventh Avenue Hotel. Within a few doors of Piccadilly Circus, particular brand on his cattle. Well, denounce They hate puzgather around the old hearthstone. London, Uiero is a boot and shoe dealer "TheTexas cowbov " hn rnntinnncl. tho ranchmen in some natural division zles. They despise charades. They ab- bacco smoke. There are peoplo who dare Would that the custom could more fre"is the most thoroughly misunderstood of the countrv will organize a rrand hor tableaux. Thoy say: "Away with to shatter tho physical vase in which God who displays the sign: "Pump-make- r j to quently be indulged in. On many ocman. outside of tho localities where he round-u- p in tho spring. The cowboys all parlor games!" They talk as if they put the jewel of eternity. There are men hor Majesty." rOOYBIQMTIO.l casions illness In tho famdy is a reis known, on the face of the earth. I will drive tho cattle all in together in would like to havo our youth dressed m with great hearts and intellects iu bodies straining cause. Too often the monster H? 2? JBSTEZ. know him in all his alleged terrors, and one big drove. Then the Captain of tho blue uniform, like the childron of an orphan worn out by their own neglects; magnifidisease enters an otherwise happy" SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. The healing power of earthquakos round-u- p will direct the ownerof Ranch asylum, and march down the path of life cent machinery, capable of propelling a as a class there are no d home, despolliug a parent, afflicting a is a subject for discussion in tho Spanish H. H. WABNEB, & CO., Eochester, IT.Y. or honorablo men in the world. Brave A to 'cut' out his cattle. One of A's to the tune of tho "Dead March in Saul." Great Eastern across tho Atlantic, yet child. Our duty to oursolvos and to our medical preee. Tho statement is made to rashness and generous to a fault, if most experienced men will then rido They hate a blue sash or a rosebud in tho fastened in a rickety North River proFOR little ones demand that wo make good that in the rocenl shake-u- p at Malaga Physical development which you should be thrown among them you into the drove until he sights an animal hair or a tasselod gaiter, and think a man peller. health the ono grand study and object most of the patients forgot their dkeas'os ED of our lives. A terrlblo master is diswould find them ever ready to share with A's brand on. Deftly he will drive almost ready for Sing Sing who utters a morely shows itself in fabulous lifting, or and took to the open air. The change ease, insatiable and unrelenting. At or in pugilistic their last crust with you, or lie down at the animal to the outer edge of the herd, conundrum. Young Men's Christian Asso- in perilous screed with them so well that a first with deceptive, alluring ways he night with you on tho same blanket and then with a quick dash runs tho ciations of tho country are doing a glorious encounters, excites only our contempt. only have returned to the hospital. And Bad Blood. earns a foothold, while Ids victim But "Why, young man, see here;" and beast out away from the drove and it is work. They havo fine reading-roomand man wo confess to great admiration for the murmurs "it is nothing only a little fiTJL.O who has a great soul in an athletic the Texas man twitched his chair taken in charge of by others of A's all the influences aro of the best kind, and pain, only a feeling of weariness, Ok, Or., Ai and Po are the four body, every nerve, muscle and bone of e around until he could put his foot upon ranchmen, while the cutter goes back are now adding gymnasiums and fl. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, H.Y. only a slight disorder" until eventualin the Unitod States whose names a window sill. "Say that I have 10,000 after another. After some fifteen or alleys, where, without any evil which is consecrated to right uses. Oh! it ly disease assumes complete control, W.T. HUDSON, of Brownvfl. Ala makei iQ contain only two letters. cattle which I.am about to sendover-laci- l twenty minutes A's cutter will be taken surroundings, onr young men may seems to me outrageous that men, through Fight Uie monster in the start! meet 4TtttiMtfoar bottle of Warner TnrK&ANGr. The Best, cored him of a case of blood potooote? of t westy from Texas into Montana to fatten off and B's given a chance. This will get physical as well as spiritual neglect, should allow their physical health him at his first approach ! I by using OR. ye&rt' tt&a&Bff- forlthe market. Those cattle will be on bo continued until each ranch has its improvement. We are dwindling away to go down beyond repair, spending tho GUYS01TS YELLOW DOCK AND Uxitkd States Senator Blackburn says FOR rest of their life, not in 6ome great entertheMrire from the 1st of April until the cattle cut out If any cattle are found to a narrow-chesteRed Star Cough Care is safe aad reliable. It will make you feel fresh, tho blood will be made pure and circumiddle of September. They are divided without a brand they are killed for the d race. When God calls us to prise for God and the world, but in studyand Summer Weakness, Spring late with more vim. Sores and piminto three herds, with a dozen orsbrteen use of the men on th'e round-uThe beet posted traveler is a letter. This a work in which He wants physical as ing what is the best thing to tako for'dys- ples will disappear, the urinary and diBurlington Free Prts. men with each herd. I entrust those cutting' is a work requiring great skill well as spiritual athletes, I would to God pepsia. When you may, through somo of .fl. gestive organs mtt. gain strength and cattle in the hands of a gang of cow- and experience, and frequently requires that tho time might soon come when in the popular and healthful recreations of perform their functions without pain, G. M. I. H. H. YARKER & CO.Jochestsr, H. Y. our tune, work off your spleen and your boys. For six months I know absolutely the use of the lariat. Often cattle with all our colleges and theological seminaries, Walking-dowwhile robust health, strength, freedom Broadway Is Tory pleasof your phynothing of my sfock. 1 trust their hon- a strange brand are found. If anvone as ac JTinceton, a gymnasium shall be querulousness and Wjirown.'S.T-rfportstlu- it ant wbw yo feel well, and T Kr TO. W.TOV. Mi .r.uiUijne of etc, and happy K tiU esty to the extent of man- - thousands of recognizes the brand, "ranchmen thetem from aches,and longevity yourcontontbe t established. We spend seven years of sical and mental ailmonts, do not turn iiever felt better than when his friend asked adwife Ulodef d:oa tr. ngtl., to Werner' Trwx reward. the result, migration of hor dollars without a contract, without a him how he got over that severe cough of cams. The Beet, the owner take charge of it an5 hard study in preparation for the minis- your back from such a grand medicament. A WIDOW'S HOARDED WEALTH. his so speedily. " Ah, my boy," saJd T , Again, judge of placos of amusoment by bond, with no earthly hold upon them notify the owner. If no one rennrrnirnQ try, and come out with bronchitis and "G.M.D.didit!" And his friend wonJegflly'or morallv beyond the fact that the brand tho Captain of 'the round-u- p dyspepsia and liver complaint, and then tho companionship into which they put More dered what O. M. D. meant He know it Than a Quarter oT a Million or DolI am paying them $35 or 40 a month uuvcruwus it, anu n no owner is found, crawl up into the pulpit, and the peoplo you. If you belong to an organization In Sheep, Russia and Turkey Bindings. , did not mean a Oood Maay Doctors, for lar Discovered. to protect my interests. And these are it is sold at auction for the benefit of the say: "Don't he look Heavenly?" because where you have to associate with the T K had tried a ri'Wen ia vain. " I IS. Y. Herald. have it," said he, just hitting the naU on with the unclean, with tho taw the men pictured in the East as outcasts Cattlemen's Association. fWSSr&& he looks sickly. Let the Church of God I hare bid t cancer on mr face For many years thore dwelt on a small the head, "you mean Dr. Pierce's Golden neve irlfid neat manj rt mediae, for mtnr year. I alwndoned, however well they may be of civilization. I trust absolutely to but without reuef "These things will go to show the re- direct rather than attempt to suppress the imnBinnJtn"iV" imtmrt CO Medical Discovery,' WITH their judgment in getting those cattle sponsibilities resting upon these men. desire for amusement The best men that dressed, in the name of God quit it Thoy farm on King street rood, Portehoster, Mr. served as my friend or Odd Medal De- 1 ellBf)3C ca a tin , htx of rAF Ulmr n..f llr reoommtBded Swm Speclflci iar f0mTMAfygv??La(niTL always HftrdmftC im it J w n a prcai ..ivm j xtce IB "through a wild and iinbroke!Tcbuntry u.heynave to bemenot ib'teirritvand rp- - the world ever knew have had their will despoil your nature. They will under- Elisha Sands and his wife Hannah. Mr. dubs it." Sold by druggists. S retail. express my apwweit, Mdit li lm;xstUe fur mp to it without loss or injury. I trust as liabdity, and their laborsare such that sports. William Wilberforce trundled mine your moral character. Thoy will Sands was a bookbinder in this city, but tnanlsiawoniirur'nhm. ba done for ftjMnaxaMaaae? itBg. OLITE ilABUXAS. no none ever suspected that he possessed of a grocer as a man of "f; their; bravery and endurance you can readily sec they an not be very hoop with his children. Martin Luther drop you wheayou aro destroyed. They Never via aepi. A ww. "ci will give not one cent to support your any very large amount of mouey. Ho crit. He might suspect that yoa doubted ' in the face of "uanger. helped dress the Christmas tree. Minisd'ssipated. I will tell yoa how they I liera 1m4 In OH TirnWclntBr-- 'l ' t. 118.000AVord, far three the honesty of his sugar. Ar. T. Graphic, I tried evetr a. cancer tbemy tWM ear practiced, yearno died about two years ago, leaving his widV. tt.n -you i.ir phrricfeiM "Danger?"remedy to uiu icijuuiuuu t Hk3MlJi. 3000 rnjrravlncs. and a Nw iui ivvMtssness. wo ters have pitched quoits. Philanthropists children whentear are dead. They will ow childless. Last Tuesday Mrs. Sands ntaopd. Swift's Spectflc has wroscbtwon. weep not ono at your buriaL They 1HO Yes, indeed. A man to will suppose these men hjye been on a have cone 'Danger! tiers tarn a. lit ike beat blood jwrl2er In tbe world. Prime Ministers Younff Men, Bead This. S!md will chuckle over your damnation. But died. Sho was buried on Friday In the .nm b. jiunow, i wreoce. Aia. be a cowboy must be a brave man. For drive for six months, andkave finished have played ball. The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., 3Z.OOO old churchyard on King SwIftTaSpeeiaci instance, we are on a drive. These and been paid off. Thenjheyare just entirely legetable. and aeemi to Sale 20 to 1 of anv other series. offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltai-c Show me a man who never lisrhte ud the day comes when the men who have ex- day a lawyer from this street. Yestercare eucen fey ftrctoc oat tbe Impurities from tho city appeared in 4 to erted such influence upon their fellows d Belt and other Electric Appliances Dl'iOd Texas cattle are like any other body of men, they go in with a sportfulnesa and has no sympathy BTDCJnr Itest mase a Familr Iieln for SOIOLABS, will bo brought to judgment Scene, tho Portchester looking for the next of kin, on trial for 3d days, to men (young or old) Treatbe oa Blood aad Skin IMfeaaes mailed free. as wild a3 deers naturally, and, being for some fun, and on their larL-rid-o with the recreations o others, and I will TEACHERS and SCHOOLS. Tne S trr Srciric Co, lrawcr 3, Atlanta, Ga or afflicted e vocabulary contains 3000 more words last uny. btage, tho rocking earth. Enter who consist of a sister Mrs. Thomas Clark ity aud with nervous debility, loss of vitalin an unknown country, are as nervous yelling through the streeU'of some lit show you a man who is a stumbling-bloc- k all kindred troubles. Also for than are found m any other American Dictionary, and a number of nephews and nieces. and as timid as sheep. The slightest tle town, shoot a few lamps out or get to the -- Kingdom of God. Such men aro Dukes, Lords, lOngs, beggars, clowns. othWILHOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE T0N!0 The Unabridged ia how Mr.plied. at a small adJo sword, no tinsel, no crown. For foot- He produced a will made many years fego, er diseases. Complete restoration many noise may startle-theto health, into astampede. into a saloon row. It is no more than caricatures of religion. They lead ditional ost, with JDENISON'S A warranted core for aU dbeates We havo been on the drive all day and a band of college boys at Harvard, or people to think that a man is good young lights, tbo kindling flames of a world. For naming Francis Hagadoro mid Carrio vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk incaused by material poisoning of in pro- orchestra, the trumpets PATENT REFERENCE INDEX. curred, as 30 days' is coming on. It is cold and Cornell, or Princeton might do, and portion as ho groans and frowns nad looks that wake tho Clark, a maiden lady, as tho executors. A thematoncofor trial is allowed. Write night " The ereoten improvement in that tbe blood, igcq aa Chill and Ferer, illustrated pamphlet, free. has been made la hundred ypurs." FeTer and Ague, Son Palm, Dumb raining. We have reached tho ooint frequently do, but somejma"inative sallow, and that tho height of a man's dead. For gallery, tho clouds, filled with number of bequests were made in the will, one being to John Casey nnd his wife, the Ma C. & C MERRIAH & CO., Pub'rn, Chilli, Intermittent, Remittent, angel spectators. For applause, the clapwhere we intend to round up for tho correspondent immediatelj sends it to Christian stature is in proportion to It is the feeblest mustache, as well as tho Bilioui and all other Feyer earned who night 'The men commence to ride some Eastern paper, where it comes length of his face. I would trade oir five ping floods of tho sea. For curtain, tho farmer 1,000. works her farm, the amount the sickliest child, that gets thnmost fwd-linA Great Benefactor of Women. by malaria. It ti also tbe aafest heavens rolled together on a scroll. For being around the drove, singing, shouting out headed "Another CowbjyOutran-- " hundred such men for one bright-face- d and belt cure for enlarged Spleen Lydia E. Finkham, of Lynn, Mass., la ' Nobody in Portchester dreamed that Mrs. and whistling to encourage the animaTs and giving a wholly fictitious account radiant Christian on whose face are the tragedy, tho doom of the destroyed. For iFeTer Cake), General Debility often spoken of us the great benefactor of and Periodic Neuralgia, rjri'or Sale by all DrugsiaU. farce, the effort to serve the world and Sands died possessed of much wealth. But by the sounds they are familiar of the battle between the outlaws THE MARKETS. women nnd frequently receives letlors like and words: "Rejoice evermore!" Our reli- God at the same time. For the CHAS. F. KEELER, VroD., Chicago, III. with, and to drown any noise of an un- the citizens. Xow, I know hundreds last scene when her effects were examined, a discovthe ono we tjuote from, written by a lady of gion is a bright angel feet bright, eyes of the fifth act, tho tramp ery was made which astonished everyof nations across usual character which might provoke a cowboys who never carry a revolver, bright, wings bright Taking her'place in Cincinnati. May 15, IPS. in San Francisco, sho says: "I am taking C&325 stampede. Round and round the cattlo and if you should go anioag them in the soul, she pulls a ropo that reaches tho stage some to the right, others to the body. Sowed up in an old petticoat was LIVE your Vegetable Compound and find great '" 4 50 0536 Choice liuiehors L?aa E found 30,000 in greenbacks. Pinned to the HOGS they rido until tho whole drove is travyour life and your ,pocketbook to the skies and sets all the bolls of Heav left InsTaapcslttverameirr rthaaboredlUM;bTlu from it. It has done me more good Common 1H $400 tlwainio(ca.ol tu vont k' a J mud of font benefit the Doctors." Mrs. T., of Again, any amusement that gives you a packago was a note stating that the money i eling inacircle. Slowly the cowboys would be as safe as it is m the city. en 4 00 Good pttckers 4 4 40 -. 8 75 4 36 tLI than.all laodlnchaTebern mere are some persons distaste o SHKBP Oood to eboice TWO ROTli E3 FRE2, was collected in iS(3, thu3 showing A tn ltl em f.t. t close in on them, still shoutinf and They have strict ideas of.honor for domestic life is ImL, writes: "Having taken 11 4 35 $4 75 and who when talking to a minister always many bright, domestic circles bad. How hnd been in tho house for fourteen that it PLOUlt ftiuitty.. tofretherw nVn iBTtiCK.v ITcji id.teu4 years. singing, until finally the cattlo become they stand upon their hftnor? yon wonit feel it politic to look lugubrious. Go havo been loiui'n T.rtz. o 1 10 bottles of your Vegetable Compound and rod'-- ' 1 US gLOCtM u: 1'ear1 F:., XwTork. forth, broken up by sinful amusements! Tho Bank books wero also found showing DS. A. 1 PG ft 107 quiet, and after a time lie down and find any of them who wouVTbe safe to O people, to your lawful ls'o.2 re4 cured by Its use, lfeel very anxious thai " amusement! God father wont oir, the Corn No. 2 Mixed KU' a 53'x to the full limit allowed by law in commence chewing their cuds with ap- impose upon, nor will you find mother went off, tho Qf means you to be happy. Bat when there M W ixit .No. nureA parent contentment. A stampede of them who will attempt to impose onyou. are so many sources of innocent pleasure child wont off. There are the frag- every savings bonk of this city, the whole 73 should make um of it. Another lady in a 00 ti Itje No S 1 5 Timothy No. 1 $13 ments boforo mo of blasted households. amount of cash on hand being 110,000. ' HAY a lernoie imng to tne cowboys, They are off duty, a lot of Birmingham, Mich., was suffering from "kU why tamper with anything that is danua. .. . 39 Ob, if you havo wandered away, I would Thero was also found SlOO.OOO In fiovnrn. and uu urougm, on Dy tne most rough boys, as ready for a lark as any gerous and polluting? weakness and displacement. Sho says: ...... .....JU 86 Sl3U) ii1?Ctilllll?. tWll trivial cause. The slisrhtftst nni. nf , other boys, but they are not outlaws or like to charm you back by the sound of ment and other bonds. In addition to this PROVISIONS Pork Mess 11 ST aii5o "I began taking your Compound and it JjBfrtbrthnoiasaf orfint class Vfacnfrtnrr A57 Now, all j theaters, bowling-- that ono word, "Home." Do you not Mrs. Sands left real estate in Seventh TH IJtrd Prune stettut unusual nature, the barking of a coyote, outcasts. They are not the eks3 Df men alleys, ind Mtrb&me oa their tst work. lltCiiTed OVER I helped mo so soon, I feel like proclaiming X2f skating-rink13 e is GOLD MEOAULondan ":. Pronounced and all styles of know that you have but little more time avenue, Elm and Cherry streets and th BCTTBK Fiincy Twry the snap of a pistol the crackling of a who rob trains or hold up people crossm 20 6endcirdofc!i!trwhodnfanotkmi Prune Creamer- WMr. ie lUnjt for SAM PLE CAN r fjofrrf (600 ! to tho "World its great virtues as a healing amusement good and bad, I put on trial to give to domestic fc,ui fit CC twj will bring some welfare? Do you not Bowery. Besides this sho left the farm, FRUIT AND VRGtiTAisr.B- 8- 1 ngent for women." d steer to ing the plains, and I believe that, taken N) and judge of them by certain car- see, PotHtoes, per barrel MaCeiswtCe.,Gkttttff,Lr3. Uihh JMCtt unencumbered, upon which sho resided. his feet in terror. Another'instant and for all in all, the Amcricaa father, that your childron are soon to Apples, pr.me. per barrel.. 2 76 dinal principles. First, you.may judge of cowbo' the whole drove are panting and bel- will compare favorably in nwraig and any amusement go out into tho world and all the influence The bulk of the estate under tho provisxnvr YOKK. by its healthful result, or w lowing in the wildest fear. W They are manliness with any similar number" of by Its baleful reaction If an amusement for good you are to havo over them you ions of the will go to her four nephews FLOCK State and Western 4 85 Seou (iiKid to Choice ready to follow tho lead of any animal citizens, taken as a class Pittsburgh sends you home at night nervous so you must have now? Death will break ia on Mortimer Brown, of this city; James and GRAIN Wheat-N- o. Chicago tni,n I say cur ldoca situn r ;r!jr to top Intra lor a that quakes a break. Then the cool- Bispatcli. T can not sleep, and you rise in the morning, your conjugal relations, and, alas, if you William Turdy, of Porchester, and another t!raeandUialiaTthcTantaniarain,Ixnnarad 91(8 No 2 rfd ness and I hATo tniuia tha disease of FITS. EPILEFsr cr IMXUNU have to stand over tho grave of ono who heir in Chicago, 111. Mrs. Clark, her sister, 57 16 of the cowbov Corn No. I muted not because you are slept out, but because rod; r Iwarract mrromedT weera EiccNEss a 40 48 & Out is called into play. They still continue GRANT'S LOVE FOR HORSES, in xed the wont cwm, Becuu other bar foiled no nuca for of Charles Goodwin, your duty drags you from your slumbers, perished from your neglect! I saw a nnd mother-in-la12 ... POKK Mens e .d at osc for a treatltd and a cot BiwrrceiTKieaeare. Uieir wild gallop around the frightened Ills Ftwi BcTCa of ray Intel Mennedr. G'TeEipreiandrut 705 Hklll as a Uareback Hide TVhllo a you have been where you ought not to wayward husband standing at the death-bo- d the cracker merchant, of this city, who LARD WfcMero Meant... OSca. It eot't tot not1 ux far trial, and I wlU enro Ton. drove, endeavoring to reassure them, of his Christian wife, and I saw her threw herself under a train a few months CHICAGO. Boy Still Kememberm, AddreH Dr. U. a. BOOT. 1W rart 81. StwTorfc have been. There are amusements that and quiet them once more. May be point to a Grant's love for horses is aiaatter of send a man next day to his work blood- her say to ring on her finger and heard ago, receives only a small legacy, proba- FIX)UK-St-ate WheatandWoslom.. .4 98 ft 5 00 97 No. 2 red-- .. L&DY agents; aecnrs they will "succeed after an hour or two her husband: "Do you see bly for the reason that at the timo the will GRAIN 2 Ch cago Spnnsr No. ft esa and the animals will again be at rest. history. He was a fine horseback rider shot, yawning, stupid, nausented.and they that ring?" Ho replied: "Yes, I seo it" wns made they were supposed to be on Unera' i ijment end cood aalary 47 ft 47H Corn No. S e l ns lun?n Cltj- Nklrt and But the chances are that they can not be as a boy at his little country homo in are wrong kinds of amusement There are "Well," said she, "do you remember friendly terms. Mrs. Sands was eighty-fou- r No. 2. .. . Oat 44 StocklnsSupuorter. Sample 34'& entertainments that give a man disgust nnaU 73 A quieted so easilyi A break is made in Georgetown, ft Rie i: . free.. o. c :rrsC Inc O. who put it there?" O., through which he with the drudgery years old when sho died. Suspender "Yes," said .nclnnail. 11 fO ill 10 PORK Mess of life, with tools be- he, lough' to kn'-- abcat It was the remark of a some direction. Hero comes the hero- loved to ride standing on his bare put it there," and all 6 77S46 6 80 cause thoy are not swords, with working-apron- s IARD Stoum.... pr nttcmar. to r s r jmpanlna. In passing the exhibit of ism of the cowbov. Those pjittl. nro a on a sheepskin tied to the bck feet I !Ti m fH PATH for a Life Krholanbtp tn the i:idg.' Food a a rr e t f r "I have reared ore the pant seemed to rush upon him. RAT.TIVKJHK HER NAME IS VANITY. nil nnptv) ivi.i.Mit, blind and unreasoning in their fright as horse. The only tiling hoiB-di- of his cattle because they are not robes, with By the memory of that day when in Fr.OUR-FuBi-iIy Jericy. rot'.'tont Saiikr irt, JVrvr n MimfiiM. nrira clilldrea on 1" Sah tcatixna tay as this coTerln w fca a 4 75 I P gnft arsrumenta. Rldce'a , nt nm because they aro not infuriated r. r lrad as best suited to all .. nil irln'aln rian Lriii iitlr-yr a i n Pennsylvania I.ady for GRAIN Wheat No. 2 v" ? ma. pan. ui runaway norses. the presence of men and the angels you The Price Tald by anu condition or cunanrtt celled in at West roiniw--s They ridin& bulls of tho arena. If any amusement Corn mixed acsrrs '"'----- -' "Ten CenturlcH or Youth." know no danger but from bclilnd, and i AT promised to bo faithful in .r.jjaj .ct. ai njahii OuU inti(J L" sends isf. V.T ,ll a ConiDlrxion nt br mail. k: oi WITH rou home lontrinp- fm- - " """"r - and ia slcknos9 and ia joy and sorrow, IS IJU i.H W "PltO VlSlOXilIK- Erie (Pa.) Special. ii iney aia tney could not ston. for S5fe'eWtrvrt1iat th IT!"", 37 gmi titrpt frnl4 (tJ health; by the CJ4 ' for areolars. . i Lnrd Kotineox.. . 'oto mat rmTM" Tf 701 3rl Ar.. Brv Tork. X . T. tho suripng eea of aiaddoned animals cers fftfrnr Intafiaa JUaitr5'uvurc mnu.i.. memory of those pleasant hours when you Mrs. George Varloy, a wealthy and vain PI Qi '3a fiuar shoots INDIANAPOLIS. 8 a HE B fiVntt r t at night. in tho rear. A rocky gorge or a deep-c- bar over which the hofsA hw'tb go as adventures and hairbreadth sat together in your now home, talking of old lady, sixty-Qv- o years old, addicted to Wheat-N- o. $ a 1054 CnHCERi ' '.on trrairaent aemrrte. Aaarna ftPSWATNE'S nWMFNT sure cura. and enrrd irlthontUie tnlfe. Sred escapes, you a bright future canon may cause the loss of half low as their waists by tho cradle, and the joy- affectation of juvenility, has been victim- Corn mixed thlSSKers, put it may depend upon it you aro the tt Is T0f"tT ETrJt A' ALL L. POND.ll.D, Aurora, Kane Co,llL ilnU KIKO Hash. sacrificed 37 their number. Those in the rear can up even with andfor OaU mixed nui It as matches. above their heads victim of unsanctifled pleasure Our ful hour when one life was spared and ized by a young scoundrel named Eugene LOUISVILLE. another given; by that not see tho danger, and the leaders can when it was Grant's making her when the Macdonald, who succeeded in recreations are intended to buUdus up, and little one Vgz&WsgstfS turn 15 A 434 . r Flour A No. 1 lifted up the hands and called for beliove he possessed tho secret of perpetnot stop for those behind, and are saved his fife in Mexico to jsmp. He If they pull us down as to our r malL SOc. U. DCfiaranteaemplQrmenXaddreasP.W.i;3t.Ada.a 1T&Tr!Ti? A &103 S at vx 4. Sox.Pnna. j. GRAIN Whoat No Sred ... by bis riding moral or as help, and you know he must die, Gi S3 v (jusuuu uu tv mwr .again, a. precipice abilities by throwing himself at the sido to our physical strength, you mav come j'outh, nnd that ho was many centn ies a M r Corn in and he ual dss to put one arm round each of your . . - 33 ft 59V4 $250 A aioTII. n li "world,Want-- oo bit OatB in ted may lie in their "way over which they instead of s 1 sample fRFK. necks aud of age himself. Professing to be conquored tho conclusion that they aro obnoxious. staying on the back of his &12 00 -. . Addr.8, AY BROKSON. Detroit. JIun. Bro. Jonathan's Mes PORK nn s brought you very near together in piuumc j uusirucuon. j.i matters not horse, and when ho was that by her entreaties and tears, he agreed to IAUU steam Still further: thosa amusements aro dying kiss; by in the White Illustrated Snt, B.'c Iacrr fnr Agents. Send to the cowboy. If tho stampede is House his horses, grave in Greenwood the distil ten drops of tho elixir, equal to ten IV t laid for Twelve Cents, tor ta a oue and terma. were the wonder of wrong which lead you into expenditure that you never think maae, tno Uantam of tho drove and his Washington. of without a rush of centuries of youth, if sho would furnish rahitlag Uku, 2r f Hoc o., Erie, Ju. tkclsuaSCfewTera. iMlr beyond your means. Money spent in men ride until they head it and then Grant's Arabian hnrou nM T thinV. ation is not thrown away. It is all recre- tears: by the Family Bible, where in its him with the amount of gold required for folly stones of Heavenly love is the brief endeavor to turn the animals into a on General fact that most ef tha It Is a but melting his crucibles and retorts at DunSeal's farm, near Washing- for us to como from a place of Bona asd Cattl rovrdcriold In this circuit once more. ton. They were given him bv the Sul- feeling that we have wasted amusement expressive record of births and deaths: bv kirk, N. Y. Tho credulous woman conworthless; that Sheridan's Condionr money tho neglects of the past and bv th "A hole in the ground, which catches tan while verted considerable property into gold and tion Powder Is absolutely port and Tery 1878. auu urae. xou may Dy it have made an nies of tho future: hv o a horso s foot, a stumble and the hoofs Ihe Sultan he was in Tnrkey raloable. Xotklne on liirth 'will j tv also gave him all her gold ornaments. She had taken him over Us pal- investment worth more than the transac- when husbands and make ben lay llko Sheridan' of three thousand cattlo havo trampled aces and grounds, and finished P with tion that yielded you a hundred or a children, in immortal vdves, parents and left her home with him and stayed at a Condition Powder. Dotr, oae teajpoonful to ach pint cf food. ItwlU also prevent nnd car the semblance of humanity from him. his stables. He groups will stand to friend's in Dnnkirk, he requiring a whole mail everywhere, H2 Ck01"-J- MlGTPsS r v FOA a cents in stamps.8oldAlso furnishedor sent bycans, far had his'&itcndaatshow thousand dollars. But how many proper- be caught up in shining array, or to - "-iij-- ) an in Isrze far He knows this. A gulch or gorge lies in off his finest shrink night to manufacture the elixir in his lab use, price $L0O; by mall. J1J0. OrcuUrs sent FEES. I. S. JOHNSON A CO, lioslos, Vast. braedtrs' horses, aod asked Grant ties have riddled by costly amuse- down into darkness; by nil that, their path. There is no escaping ft. to pick out the I beg you oratory. In the morning sne discovered finest forhimsctt. telling ments? The table has been robbed to pay to give to homo your best There is no turning to the right or left him he affections. I that he had left town the night before and would make hi a present of the club. The champagne has cheated the look in your eyes J"-- sg THEGREAT and in an instant horse and rider are at Grant at first and I askyou the sent a note hoping that the experience R. U. AWARE the bottom, buried under a thousand SO Valuable n. was reluctant to accept chddren's wardrobe. The carousing party question that Gehazi asked of the Bhuna-mltwould cure her of her vanity. Mr. Varley THAT nncnn l..... has burned up tho boy's primer. The tablef !, and xpcme ptuu any cut ixnuu to mH "Is it well with thee? Is It well recovered his wife this morning, overcattle. But what of it? It is onlv a Sultan's officers rrwvla, N mi.ifti iTquircd SaUrxptU Loriilard's Climas Ping Cures rheumatism, Neuralgia, interposed. him cloth of the corner saloon is in debt to the with thy husband? Is it well with thy whelmed with humiliation at the fraud riTnsatln ail.inffi full cowboy, aBdhecorae. cheap. But he would Erta?k, W.UtW, TMtaitkt, offend His Maest'T a refu- wife's faded dress. Excursions that in a child?" God grant that it may arinijarrdiia(7; that Loriilard's Wart Co., VToshlninon St.. Bo a to u. Maw bZA'J history recordstao instanie of more un- -' sal. He bo ever- practiced upon her. Sprains Hru1r and other day make a tour around a whole month's lastingly welll then lafita and Aehp. Nary CllPPtne.and ttm Lorillard'a BHfls,are questiMinVperformauco of duty in the Arabian steed, selected a dapple-gra- y At Drorru And ntlcrft. wages; ladles whose e RJf AsKsS K X030 usiness is tha best and cheapest, quality considered ? Let mo to say to all young men, your niK C1URUS1. TOCELEIt m.BHIwrr,3Urylj;CAA. Wasn't Called Cancer. jresence or danger than these men un nresfintfrt if t and the K,,i.o., . Normally to "go shopping" have their counterparts Wonder It i,: mbo snuu . , & 4 style of amusement will decide your eter- iirirA j . . Hild in uneducated narco nn flrinc...-iGorham (Pa.) Examinor. WUVJIUU O 1UU iv. r -- ".T children, bankruptcies that nal destiny. One night 1WI !Unt Hnli n .i V jj: I saw a voung Over a year ago Hattie Edwards, of st for to his prnTanoth shoca the money market and appall man at tho street corner, evidently doubtdrivers that night, but tne utmost as iefc -and as aJlUix had several teeth extracted by a dep the church and that send drunkenness ing as to which direction magnifi; in iorm as staggering across the he had better tist whilo under the influence of chlorongiiance is required t,'. v: i d carpet mice, Toxrence ot tne .: of the mansion and dashing into the mirror so you xienaamsnat lifted high enough form? and immediately afterward she wai TRAD E h MARK. could see ho had an intelligent fore- seized with a bad cough, and gradually ;ntd cattle. Tkfc may happen hun- - part of the follovrin and drowning out the carol of music with head ; stout chest. Ho had a robust devel- wasted and took her bed, as it was supdreds of times onSa siagle drive. the whooping of bloated sons come home opment. Splendid young man; cultured posed, in consumption. Several physician? is no flatterer. Would you "I remmembari one Jastaace, which. .taken a blackmiU to break their old mother's When young man; honored young man. Why examined her case, one of whom attribfrom the to fe shod, men go into amusements thatheart can wkichfTheldl make it tell a sweeter tale? they not did ho stop thero while so many were gohurts and many sorts of ails ( to an ulcer in tho throat, her tne victim, has made a lasting im- - trymir to buv hoi they first .. u saoes, ,.on affordand then borrow what they can not ing up and down? Tho fact i3 that every utedgave illnessremedy. Tho medicine re-- """" Magnolia Balm is the charm,, her a man and beast need a cooling UlUfifiHJIl IUI IT1R. IWn uvtfhrtN! x,a.. earn, they steal what they can man has a good and a bad angel contend- and in a severe paroxysm of coughing, J"a , lX "" nas. as memaat v. tho not w u JtriMMttf! sulted that almost cheats the er lotion. Mustang Liniment. borrow. First they go into embarrassFree from Opiates, JEinciics and Poisons- ing for tho mastery of his spirit; nnd there duriag which sho threw out a tooth that to the ments EStTrT ?ol Jn :i?ofaJen and then into lying, and then Into was the good and bad .angel looking-glas-s. fiAFT struggling had been lodged in her throat while she wa jege, but tot some reason had drifted to ' asPkl theft, and when a man gets as far on as with that young man's' soul at tho corner chloroformed, and had remained, nearly Car for Coue, Cold, and other Tarns ud catUe plains oCTexas and had be- - GnSTJEiS that he.does not stop short of the peniten- of the street. "Como with me," said the Luc AlfwUna. life. She is now rapidly cowboys. SUJltTT' ATDirwimutSi tiary. There Is not a prison in thn land cood angel. "I will take you home. I will costing her her .IOVUSm,) B.r,fc9 V recoverinc. captain of tho drivBbut tIia carcp lire one nlcht,' younger was disheartened about soieth5nSand fin,ar lysaid: "Charlie, Iet'row up this f f drive. I don't want l led that KENTUCKY. one or the other of V,111 nerer K : : HICKMAN. back. I am ashamed of this, but I can not shako it off.' jjjf brother was impressed byTiisseriousa8. but could onI THE BLUEBIRD'S SONG. say, 'George, here areS.000 cattle in my if charge. I could note-theTheMuoliirt.alng& IDs trill of hopo; knew that I would b ,ied Comes rinatng down yon snowy slope xo say: "uacer up; cnecr'nn: 'tis spriny. A stampede!' cried 3yof tno mcn J. Dear ner greeting on my wing. In an instant they w l at tlie'r Good-byt winter, stern and cold ; animals, saddles were) adjusted and Good-bysorrows, new and old; to away they went The Captain gained Welcome to hope and warmth and cheer, the head of the drive andhad succeeded The bluebird sings and spring-i- here. in turuiDg them a little w1"3 horse field" and wood stumbled. rn"anotEer$nstant horse Will bear his prophecy or good. Now buds may swell, now sap may How, and rider could hardlrhare been disAnd happy brooks may seaward go. tinguished from one "aether. So you see there is some responsibility uPon tne A thousand thousand sleeping things Waken when tirst the bluebird sings. men. And 'ncath the sheltering turf begin With Joy their rainbow-robe- s "These wild cattle rom home to spin. are as variable as the w&d, when What hear I In this clear refrain? frightened are as irresistible as an ava The gladdening sound of April rain, Tho flow of waves, the bum of bees. lanche. The slightest thing stampedes The gossip of the woodland trees., them. For instance: We lavo rounded . up the drive and the attle are lying I shut my eyes and listen. Lo! Sunshine above and bloom below. down. I am one of theocn detailed to No winds to vex, no nmo to wrong ride around them. Fir&'ng them all A world of beauty and of song. quiet T get off mv horswto light my A prophet's voice, so sweet, so strong. pipe. Relieved of mv bunlen. the horse Though wait the glad fulfillment long, Hope, ever fruitful, trusts anew rests hiEogelf at a stakeV The whole And holdathe blessed promise true. drove is on their feep" an instant listening to discover from what quarter The sun is hid. The clouds hang low With sullen threats of drifting snow. the noUe came. Xo ob can foresee And In the leafless boughs I hear which way they will mile tho break, The North Wind sound his buglo clear. and only the utmost and Bdt since I've The?Hickman Courier. OB0aQS!,-K'AaHEN,2nbU6he- - 1'n5 ON TKIAL. Opera-Eouao- s, W Alloys, Theaters, BowUngw Skatliiff-Binks;B- ta where thero aro not victims of unsanctifled amusements. How often I have had parents como to mo and ask me to go over to New xorK anu oeg meir ooy on! from crimes vuu uu uau.comnunea . aeuinst. nis -- . i. i ujci-- uw 4i. uimuj; - " r e e s, s, s, newsaefl-i'eaetrfrost-boun- ay a e, , n grog-sho- p, good-judgm- ent EEALilVE 1 ?. .vVTBVIm ia wine-pres- s. " ' e, J strait-jacke- ts ball-playin- g; nobler-hearte- rope-walkin- g, s, bowling-- d, weak-arme- d, feeble-voice- p. one-ha- lf spread my wing over your pathway. I will lovingly e.wort you all through life. I will bless 'Vary cup you drink out of, every couch you rest on, every doorway you enter. I will consecrate your tears when you weep, your sweat wbea you toil, and at the last 1 will hjind over your grave into the band of the bright angel a Christian resurrection. of In answer to your father's petition and your mother's prayer I have been sent of the Lord outof Heaven to be your guardian spirit Como with me!" said the good angel, in a voice of unearthly symphony. It was music like that which drops from a lute of Heaven when a seraph breathes on it "No, no," said the bad angel. "Com with me. I have something better to offer. The wines I pour are from chalices of bewitching carousal; the dance I lead is over floor tessellated with unrestrained indigencies; there is no God to frown on the temples of sin where I worship. The stis are Italian; the paths I tread are throuph meadows daisied and primroged. Come with me!" The young wan hesitated at a time when hesitation was ruin, and the bad nngel smote the good angel until it spreading wings through the starlight upward and away until a door flashed open in tho sky, and forever the wings vanished. That was the turning-poiin that young man's history, for, the good angel flown, he hesitated no longer, but started on a pathway which Is beautiful at the opening, but blasted at the last. Tho bad angel, leading the way, opened gato after gate, and at each gate the road became rougher and the sky more lurid, and, what was peculiar, as the gate slammed shut it camo to with a jar that indicated that it would never open. Passed each portal, there was a grinding of locks and a shoving of bolts; and the scenery on either sido tho road changed from to deserts, and the June air became n cutting December blast, and the bright wings of the bad angel turned to sackcloth, and tho eyes of light became hollow with hopeless grief, and the fountains, that at the start had tossed wine, oured forth bubbling tears and foaming Mood, and on the right side of the road thero was a serpent, and the man said to the bad angel: "What is that serpent?" And the answer was: "That is the serpent of stinging remorse." On the left side of the road there was a lion, and the man said to the bad angei: " What is that lion?" And the answer was: "That is the lion of despair." A vulture flew through the sky, and the man asked tho bad angel: "What Is that vulture?" And the answer was: "That Is the vulture waiting for the carcasses of the slain." And then the man began to try to pull off of him the folds of something that had wound him round and round, nnd ho said to the bad angel: "What Is it that twist me in this awful convolution?" And the answer was: "That is the worm that never dies !" And then tho man said to the bad angel: "What does all th,s mean? I trusted in what you said at the corner of tho street that night I trusted it all, and why have you thus deceived me?" Then the last deception fell off the charmer, and it said: "1 was sent forth from the pit to destroy your soul. I watched my chance for many along year. When ou hesitated that night oa the street I gained my triumph. Now you are here. Ha! ha! You are here. Come, now, let us fill theso two chalices of fire aud drink together to darkness and woe and death. Halll hall!" O young man, will the good angel sent forth by Christ or tho bad angel sent forth by sin get tho victory over your mhiI? Their wings ore interlocked this momeHt above you, contending for your destiny, as above the Apennines eagle and condor fight midsky. This hour may decide your destiny. God help you I To hesitate is so die I nt Marriage and Health. proved boyond all that married people suffer less from sickness have fewer disoasos and live longor lives than the unmarried; this is true of both sexes. Whenoholera rages it takes away more single than married peoplo, and so of all contagions. Professor Richard A. Proctor while these facte warns sickly peoplo against marriage. He says they havo no right to burden wholesome partners with invalid companions for life, nor should they run tho risk of bringing children into the world that may inherit their chronic ailments. The greater mortality of the single may be due to the fact that invalids of both sexes often abstain from marriage. The question been raised whether anyone should be permitted to marry without a doctor's permit Certainly it is a mockery of a divine ordinance, for clergymen to unite persons who CKiinotbetrueeoinpaaioBS, and who are uneuited to oaoh other by difference'of age or an inherited tendency to insanity or disease. BtmoreWt perad-venture ad-mitti- ag It has been Ws accldently overheard tho following Jones. Smith, whv don't you stop that diseutiag hawking and spitting?" Smith- - How tan I? You know I am a martyr to catarrh. Do as I did. I had the disease In Its worst term but I nm well now. S. "hat did you do for it? J. I. used Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy, It cared me and it will euro you. S. I've heard of It, and by Jovo 111 try it J. Do so. You'll find it at all tho drug stores in town. dialogue on the street yesterday. Answer TVg if You Can. Is there a person living who ever saw f J ease of ague, biliousness, nervousness or neuralgia, or any disease of the stomach, liver or kidneys that Hop Bitters will not euro? I HACX-BRnrea- 'a m, , ad "I hs d. suf-ferin- i? gar-do- us . v m PVtCtvl-V?.r73&- w w: - TOWTC vrgr 33 X JS. mu SLOO' -- IDTinUC A-SOTTI- iE. post-oflico- SARSA-PARILL- BOTTIiE. n livin"-neares- -- ST abso-lutcly.- to s.tk i - ....:.. t Get the Standard. I slab-side- d, long-horne- J3-Th- book-makin- g g. Xo-d- ay R&iiJtiiPTgra ws avaM imis ! Vin-cenri- es, 1 i I i de-osi- ts "&Xi to-d- ay uij TOKACCO-ComwonL- I opera-house- s, LEPAGE'S uoum LO --- -- s, wild-eve- to-da- y, tl I -$8 5! a yisg r.gd! calr-reg w 1 feirxr jk3 - "I v . - -- -- ut IKsWn ..v .. . .n -- - s-- 3." mmJU?Lu I f L - I I . tt iui " ill L.HI itir i' pn vca-aof tlrne-iat'- 1 -- 9!Pt5t nmvrn piles. . 1 f49 sick-be- d, Young Men 1 SBIHvrwooSflS: C?-CbuIdbj-DrujEls- i d. -- ei H&n 2I1 rBa ",., I oran-try- is ia bc-en f riifl! it to-da- y, lT4fe, EK o: A MONTH For Pain KMCIlH Sft . j . ? i.i :.."" -- Si l23 .i life-tim- 1 Dal-to- n, richly-figure- JJ kl!uZ .. Red Star PROMPT. gMRF The Mirror All Sorts of fnemtapn j-- Jo bATaEI hruw,. L it. J2 ' nyderM;th. TdnHT1' &W Sfu.S f?e uin Jet -- aGr33 ta. .fxlZr Mfeftfe-jaus- . . tv i. ;r r.ais ffl tVt)-. 5 . - -- ' a fcT -- zm?'- - p1" I. - '''"-til-? "!.; jf LOCAL NEWS. qwi. hv Another fearful Kentucky Kibic So- - TjE' EXPRESS ROBBERY. tnnil ..i.u uiunuii Ulll. n- - T1ln ii. Fullon ..t LI11S wuu line ciciy. Uell county. It is botwenn prospects ootl every- - political leaders OemocratR and At a meeting of the American Chambers Gives $20,000 Bond Fruit Fulton County, where. ,.,vl i mmiuui .,...v...0:and wounded on eitl! Bible"!Society for jrJ"- ir' ISSii, tho and Returns Home Doubt 1 Hickma" 5eid Kiiiea Let' a more friendly feeling (IP Cllln as to His Guilt. :oin time to time since the follown,S Proceedings w.ere lmd: Speei.il Dhiwitcb to the Commercial. Unv nt t ia Prnc wlnuitnl 1.. OFFICERS ELECTED. Bloomington, Ind., May IS. The new postal card will bo, last year. On that day a quarrel President C. L. Handle. Chesley Chambers, the alleged on Juno 1 proximo. issued between a white man and a negro Secretary T. 5L French. express Tobber, was game law expired occurred, when a Republican bv ...Treasurers and. Depositories The State yesterday, while, at Sunday-schoo- l Kay 10. Squirrel hunting is now!tho. l!amo f Andrew Johnson, 'Moore & Landrnni. brought to this city and placed in Mil & claiming to be a U. P. tfarahal, be- - - Executive Committee E. Case, if JJ in order. ij T r 1.. iail on the. additional charge of 1I.S ' CIuno , .. u. .iviuiiman, j. , i;11(i, involved, and shot threei vmm-iiniu- : ' rt. v.i' v w Orleans proposes to have Democrats, killing one. Ho was Cowgill, S. W. Lauderdale, and' .:i. :.. -eThe extremely low. PRICES at which we are offering our STOCK lias ,7 ". W. J... hZ attracted an wa bli . 'aJW .VJv? another World's Exposition next indicted for murder, and the feud Eli Ward. unusual large trade to our Store, and we feel very thankful vis, the wounded messenger. Ilis yCiir' ' las been raging since. The Demo- FUNDS, &c, &c. caused a most to o reruns ior. their liberal appreciation of our "efforts to give Some one to s11 Clothing as cheap as the closest buyer could ask it. sudden The National Commercial cratic leaders in the feud are Hos- - The Society having to its credit decided sensation at the Sunday-schoo- them and tapper. On last Snn-- J in 2sew York Conventioh holds its first session sum of $120, ,011 the means of day theso two, with their wives motion 850 ofthe fuud was dona- bringing and was abrupt terminaAtlanta. at HAW IT. AND ROW said to an it and children, in a wagon, were ted Parent Society; and the tion. When taken before' the The Tennessee Legislature has rmnrnmnr in Tiinir iirtmnc 1. !. T?ni. flnn IT Snvnrm wha nmwiiiit . Mayor he waived all preucuii vuiicu iu uiuei hi ciim tea, village of riuoville, from cliurclfc ed a committee to order suita liminary examination and was held bion uexi jioiiurj. PLAUT lias nocfd the hottora out of Prices, and is offering nil n the country, and as thov t.iRRA.i ble books to the amount of$i0. over to the September "term of teen-yea- r Wool Suits front 0.00 to 9.00, former Prices $10.00$15.00. Johnson's house in the outskirts The seven locusts, court. His bail Was increased to NEXT MEETING. which Prof.Reilly predicted, have of the village, Johnson, appeared $20,000, and after much trouble I with a Winchester rifle, On motion, tho next uin.uiiS fired three appeared at Bridgeport, III. i.i :.. ..... do we return - 'shots, killing Hoskius, w1 apperand tlii8.bocictj is to do held at uie,. lii tll IH.vl.OnIJ KJKJtkH .,, r ,5q at HONEST PRICES. To the --A great religious revival is m nosKiu's daughter, shooting each Baptist church iu Hickman, the lW """! friends, thanks,1 fo their immediate relatives and mmmmmmmaMmmimmmmmmam urofrress at Mnvfield. immensn1:.. mo . 1 uonusou and.,-. 1st. Sunday in May, 18SG, 7:30 p. t.i jp ju .: iftn audiences nightly, and ' many con- - in followers are harnYnded or m.jOnd all good citizens invited to and ho was released late this : 20 i,c evening. His bondsmen arc Because sv6 have a large Slock of Clothing, all sizes and qualities; and versions. Johnson's house, and defy arrest. attend. among tho best and most respectto close them out, prices must be in accordance with the times. CompetiHHiHHHHHIMMI Ordered that these minutes bo ed men in the county, and there The Massachusetts Legisla- The Governor of Kentucky lm tors will tell you that we cannot sell all Wool Suits at the prices .men( published in the Hickman C0UR: is a decided expression of sympa- and LARGE PURCHASES in our ture has refused to allow a woman been called 011 for help. ' tioned, hut come and see for yourself, and if prices and Goods are not aa IEK. preacher of Nantucket to perform thy among his friends. represented, money will be refunded. T. M. French. Sec'y. the marriage ceremony. We are reliably informed thaf Chambers is tho one charged with boarding the train, some ten -Tho 2ncw. Court house build- - j a man by tho namo of Ilarnsoi The sajne paper which origi- - days ago, solitary and alone, and T PRICE HOUSE IN HIGKHAN, muruercu lasi'me ing at'Clinton is said to be one of, "e : ated tho story that Miss Clevc- - robbing the express, killing tho l,n..,o, fl.a IiniiiiiniiiiiiTiii. r t .,.... r ;.. UUA HIK"l. UY .UUKUO a L; White. Goods, Mollis agc, f iiii ,o bo- frbrakeinan and dangerously wound- - In Wliiteana.llcd.Nuttings, mnm IHKttfHM Sonthern KTeiitncky, - and cost lK idea-tifip- d wc have a large ami elegant line. pub- - ing tho messenger. tve, He was S the .ctionnn IdrUuttVely ' i train. by the expressman in a - We uresllll ottering the following very rare Bargains: Further lllnin to - eo-fif- l U 111 tvliinli ? tllllt crowd of strangers. Ho waived The seventeen year locusts are Brewer was considered a danee beginning to appear iu Ohio. The ous mau. and that ho had made though the radical friends of tem- examination, and gave bail. Who Made the Loio . fact js regarded with fear bv the threats reirardiiiL' the lives ofj perance may disapprove of her xoxCounty Taxation. farmers, as the-- locusts are very some of the citizens of that sec- - course in countenancing wine, 31c 5c for worth 3,500 ys. Printed Lawns "she has a sense of the fitness of destructive. tt tion, wo were unable to learn.-Unioit 5c .3i The Marion Tress points out an 2,000 & .Dress Prints, nice Styles, ' ii things which is as unerring as her City Anchor. it 5 '. Ohc tt The next session of the Memobjection to the present organiza- 2 000 "' yard wide Brown Sheeting-- . strong." This sense of tt It phis Annual- Conference of the Brewer Aras a desperato, and judgment isof things is a valuablo tion of tho county gouernments in 5.00 "' Gingham Checks 5 4Uo -! tue fitness M. B. Church South will be held dangerous man, and will bo Kentucky that is becoming quite 5 10c tt ."" property. 20 dcs. Victoria Lawn by many citizens, about In Padiicah, beginning Dec. 10.. common. In Crittenden county K ic' India Linon 10 20c tt 10 inn Bishop Hargrove will pre- - Hickman, lie had a horse most some new bridges ate needed, but " 20 35c tt Eunnounce U ; The r friends and he public generally, that we have iust received 3 "" Lace Curtain Goods remarkably trained for the pro- Sunday-school- s annual convention of the the county must proceed slowly side. me iraue oi paruee wma-buuniiuuiDUEesiicKui an Kinua en ruruuunvniiu-tsuijci- i 25 : " 35c it of the West Union in building them for tho reason 1 "'"Bordered Scrim Net tection of his master,- guardiug Baptist Association, "Ve can hIiok all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine.line o ing to tt D.- - Watson has .....1 " Mr. James holds its first 10c 0 of 75 dz. Clicckcd Towels, 30 inclies long, Ea..; .. . connty . mm i!i.;.. r 1.;.,. oc- r.iWtifnllt tui iuuiiiiv ucuu appoinieu rostmasier at !afi a iiuniiiiLiwat(:h jinn us It is su,d session iu tho Baptist church, this that no property tax for 5 10c tt " Bordered Handkerchiefs dog. 20 tho be Maj held, succeeding Jno.TL Hap-- 1 ovening, and it is earnestly dosir-e- purposes can andraised under the ' " 5 f Gents Colored Half Hose 10c tt 110 one or half dozen could that to 20 py, resigned. to have a full attendance. All present Jaws, make increase 'My dear nappy, api)roach Brewer, when his horse ,f tc 75 1.00 poll-taa hardship Blue Cottonadc Tants would Sunday-school- s is not so happy now. . of Hickman for some. The press remarks: was near aU( hatl free actioil to the 75 1.00 tt Ladies Kid New Port Ties 5fr.-anMrs. Osgood, of Xash-- j bite and kick. On oue occasion and vicinity, without regard to "Tho poorest citizen iu the counWe propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the tunes. You can rcft amured 75 1.25 New Ports " 4 button ville, Tenn., of the firm of Mead- -' the police at Hickman undertook denomination, are cordially invi- ty pays as much for keoping up it ti 75 you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. "We propose to Bell aa lotn aa 1.00 '" Slippers any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. ere, & "Osgood, are visiting the! to arrest Brewer, when Brewer ted to attend and participate in the county as the richest man. 1 1.00 1.50 It it Pro ht Lace Sewed Oalf Shoes the exercises. See programme Xery resinjctfully, families of Mr. R.IL MJetbeny and was drunk and .islecp on tno The tenant on the farm, though he Gents uhlaundried Shirts 75 1.00 tt elsewhere in this paper. Mr. George Doherty. ground, and his horse grazing may not own a horse or wagon, tt & CO. , T. F. ti 1.00 1.25 " Full Stock Brogaus nrnmifl lif tlin linrcn flnfi'nil and .. v pays as much as the owner of the w.... .. u a. ..vi .,. The Eg?S.oreJooms.lu:ncw Odd Fellows building. Two citizens of Hickman this John A.Logan was re- - t.i.fnHmvfi.nlriinifnriA. drives his SSJ-A- H kinds done on short eiected.to Mie Uiutcjl States Sen- - Marshal, Pat Cunningham., after a week received notes ordering farm, who owns and seem right, These Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, canuot be Du we nreprepareu toof Repairing inducements aa nolice, and in a workmanship style. .Alto teams, This does .n.ot give special on xuesuay. 'inc. time throw a lasso over the horse's them to. leave town on or before and we. believe nieuom Illinois plicated. Legislature has been a tie for two i.Pn,i nn.i nt innr mha Bnppded the 22nd instant. On tho note ses ought to bo the county aexpenYou will find everything just as advertised, and we 'wout'tbc "just out" small paid by months past. iu gottiug him to a tree, and'then was pencilled a coffin, and the poll-tuand a small nd volorem of any article when it is called for. threiit of hanging, &c.' .There is a ili. wihu xjutkur, u very arrested Brewer. no offense charged, and tho gen- tax instead of big worthy citizen of suburban Hickdone. & AStnrtllnjj DlNcoverj". tlemen stand well in the good will man, was thrown from his buggy, Mr- Win. of IfFitttirlty 'roj Krporls. Wednesday, and right badly hurt, ...fj. Ilt.a Jolin.on. J Ilaaii Huron, Dak - of the people, &c. It is either a . mv1iTI iritn l.manv years, andthat joke or the work of private spite. FRANKFORT May IS Commis- tar JUS inougu no serious injuries. 1 acute BroncJiitis for At any rate tho sender of these .LEADERS 4ND MAKERS OF LOW 'PRICES. Miss Lockic Rankin, of West a" remedies trieil cave no permanent 1 private notes is in danger of in- sioner of Agriculture John F. Da vis, in his crop report for April, Kef u"ul I,e P"wd bo tie of Dr.Kxng seven years a Mission- - icw Diecovery for Consumption. Uoughs dictment for such missives. iust issued, savs tho condition of ary to China, :is booked for a lec-- : and Co, ich ,,! a magical e'ffrct.iml corn is SI per cent; acreage, 83 per 1 lire on her travels and experience, ' produced a permanent cure. It is guaran-- at Thursday night last Union cont; of wheat 39 per cent.; acreLungs, City was visited by Hickman, SOOIt. j teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring . several hun- age, GS per cent; tobacco a small Bronchial Tubes. . Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace Reports from various portions orTrial Bottles Free at Moore & tan dred masked vigilants who en- acreage, but good condition. gaged themselves tacking up sevot the SUito indicate little or no drams Drug Store Large Size. Sl.00. 1) eral hundred written notices of damage to fruit or vegetable gar--1 A ' I ITcclswoar, s j The location of the railroad warnings to all thieves and robMr. Cleveland and Mr. I If dens from the frost of last week, ' &aoes, &o. should both die at the same The promise for fruit is reported depot in East Hickman will giVc bers to leave on the train or they ' increased value to real estate in would be hung on a limb. The time, between now and next DeAlso, fine and cicap as extraordinarily fine. ! ... vicinitv. but tho owners will procession was orderly and re cember, there is no provision for :. -- rxne. juayor ot- Louisville halts that mako a mislakQ if they domiu.f spectful to the few citizens ami L'resmauuai succession, no te-NVSatins, Diogbass, in his attwiipt to nd the city from t00 rcat a!1 aihwice.. The larger .policemen who were up'.at that person in whom' oxecutivo and I, power . vpRiml luiuiiisKHiiiiiiiiijr.iinns-iSWKKC town hour of the night. There is no is lodged. Tins tact is orongni aiauuiui 01 a. intoiPsts in tho old cs, uecause 1pv.i.llM11 111 UlBIl . u.:n .. .iit mistaking but that those good cit- out prominently by an accident pi w 111 iiiiiin.iiit1- . mill lil-- v mi iiiii.i Suitings, Etc., Etc. favor, froi prominent, USIUCSS.fn ilolll nilli all tlio nrlvnlitn- - izens are terriblv in earnest. ..... which" happened to the train on .w .v m. tr men." and arc constantly adding a complete line of gos possible, and business is pro- which both the President and Have "We are sole agentsfor the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, for were passengers Tho .Ladies Aid Socioty of : verbially cowardly in leaving old What is the uso of being v Men's Ladies arid Children's wear they are certainly the best and pretun- - alarmed at Prof. Itiley's predic on their way to Gettysburg, Hickman are announced to give a business stands for new and tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our 1")Strawberry and Ice cream supper, tried ones. There will be improve tion that the fourteen and seven 1 stock of on the night of Thursday, the 2Sth,'nents go up right away on the year locusts are coming this year? If 2ir. Blaine had been elected 111st. The ladies of this Societv hill, but lot owners thereabouts Isn't it better to have them both President there is no doubt that always mako theso occasions will have to tempt a neucleus be- at once and done with them and Washington would havo swarmed fore they can realize much in- iu tho year of a short wheat crop. with applicants for appointment, pleasant ami enjoyable. generallj-- . A complete line of creased value to their ground. too! According to tho views of and tliat the "spoils hunters' and Bqildcr's Hardware cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and i9 Perhaps the most alarming the crop bears the locusts are would have been four times as numuch cheaper than the usual price. "We have the lateststyles of Men's, statement of tho century is that STails, 1JOV8' ladolss, An Eiul lo Itoun NcrnpIiiK more likely to starve than to do merous, and a hundred times as and Children's Hats. Ihe best nuahtv of Flmirnnd nthr Kfimtlir the mercantile agencies have esEdward Shenherd. of Ilarrisburs. I'JV serious damage. "clamorous" as they havo been of all kinds, from a Brad to GOd. A full lino of Carpenters tools. A Iso, Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good bartablished the rule of verifying a guys.- - "Ilavinc received bo much bene N. under President Cleveland. man's statement of his financial from Jilectnc liittere. I teel it ray dutv Call and examine our stock and you will be' gains and good'solections. Pish fry and bran dauco at Y. World, Dem. standing made to them by. tho let suffering humanity knaw it HaV9 had convinced thatour advertisement is not a fable. (o) statemcut.of it he made in his tax.arunnins sore on my leg for eightto ycare Walnut Log on the Lake Wednes I my doctors told me 1 would have have day the 17th, under tho manageThe approaching commercial roturns. the bone scraped or leg ampin ated. I ued, ment of Parker, Frenz & Co. convention at Atlanta, if it shall The' Coueier ackuowledces instead, uiree Domes 01 iiiecmc .umcnj Good music, boat riding, boat ra fulfill tho expectations of its pro 'and Housekeepers Supplies generally. the compliment of half gallon and peven boxts Bucltlen's Arnica" SalvJ, cing, good skills and good oars- jectors, will be an affair of truly ib now AND SHEET IRON WORK, strawberries from Mr. and Mrs. and my lec Bitters sound andatwell ocnts a men, and a good time generally is national importance. fiftj Eltctrie are Bold C H. Hnbbard; of tho chocolate bottle, and Bucklen'a Arnica Sake at 25c. expected. Xo intoxicating liquors (o) us. variety. This is a large, well fla- er box at Mooro & Landrum a .urng allowed on the grounds. A largo All is quiet on the Isthmus of a specialty. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see with a legitimate business. vored, luscious kind, and will ri- tore. DEALER I3ST and capacious platform erected Panama It is believed no more Our prices will be as low as consistent pen iu abundance tire latter part trouble cau occur, unless tho Co& CO. "W. for the dancers. A pleasant time Fishing:. of this week. lombian forceB are withdrawn. promised. April 3, 1885. (o) On last The State Commissioners man, there Thursday week, by one Somerset, Quebec, was destroywas taken out of Heel; A novel scene in Smithland ed by fire Saturday night, having succeeded in bonding the about half million indebtedness of the foot lake with a troll 175 pounds last Sunday was that of a grave- one hundred houses being burned. AND of trout. yard on firo. The flames raged State, at four per cent, it is not to PATENT (o) Mr. Jim Parker, a noted fisher- fiercely through the high grass, bo inferred that the are Mr. A. T. Neil!, of New Maweek hung getting ready for some more in- man, on one day last while endeav-a and from tho town below pre drid, Mo., and Miss Sallio Carlisle, i and 3STEW sented a spectral sight. When were married at thebrides fathers. debtedness and another funding oring to catfish,out, get it. MEDIC IHSJ another catfish finally extinguished it was found operation. yesterday at 10 a. in., and left on TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to sav my Furniture "is the best," weighing about 40 pounds, that two small boys were the origSEWING MACHINES train for Married in Hickman, Sunday the smaller one. Both were inators of the scheme, replying, the 11 o'clock they live their now requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the HI i 't. long and claim'with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e homo. May evening the 17th, at the residence safely taken out of tho lake. " when questioned, that tho "tombprosper. of Kudolph Glsizicr, Mr. Garvin rivals' ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the Hackott & Harris caught a gar stones wouldn't burn nohow." Aisrr fo) Burch, of Hickman, to Miss Emily Saturday, measuring G feet 3 besC.'f "Not this evening, some other evening,' is what they say when Miss Daisy Castlcman, of UnH'cdigcr, of Highland, Illinois. inches and weighing 102 pouutTs. askcii'to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" TOILET KRTICi.ES President Cleveland attends 3D Si. Peace, love, happiness and pros- The next day a catfish weighing Dr. Sunderland's church, (Presby- ion City, is visiting Hickman. goos,f , This is a good way for people who keep inferior good3 and wish perity, attend theni. luo pounds. to mafcc them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. terian) in Washington. On Sun &C.y &C, &C. &C, &c, &c: The "Commonwealth of KenAnnouncements. day last, it is said, Fred Douglas tucky" 'lottery Bcliemo is a fraud'of --Ci men ami fcoioreu BBHrfSvors bv I innon thd' worst denomination, W. P. Itaf For state Senator. -t &era fflffcWW ufaani; --v. " ' ' Htnjatbornlght. King night bell after 10 o'clock Bishop, tho alleged manager, hav- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itlieum, Wo are authorized to announce JACOB scats to tno x'resuienvs pew, exW t 11 .1 A ing been arrested and imprisoned ourcB, xeiier, vuappe nana, uniloiains, pecting to create a sensation. WHITE, of Hickman county, as a candi- is tnc .mine that..tells, and 1 propose to duplicate swjLU W PMIU&S Ad'T. tsT iiv Louisville. Wo give this as 1 Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi The President happened not to date to represent the counties of Hickman, with 4, Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, tively cures Files, or no pay required. It Fulton and Graves counties in the Slate warning, being one of his victims ia guaranteed to give perfect satiafacKon, attend that day, and the sensation Senate, to fill the unexpired term oi the and mikes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you in advertising. Lexington News. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per failed. late M. C. Vaughan. know what good FUJRtflTURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you waut box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDfiUMS Miss Elvira Ivy, was sentencWe are authorized to announce R. T. theU&t give me a call and will show you. The rovised Episcopal prayer-boo- k ALBRITTON as I candidate to renresnt ed to the penitentiary in Louissubstitutes "IIo went into Grates, Fulton anda Hickman, in the State Tamal30 agent for the light-runniDiamond Sewing Machine, the Hat-to- n General ville last week for five years for Indiejrfriend. speaks thusly in his paper, tho tho place of departed spirits" for Senate. killing Jack rcCauley. Miss Ivy "he descended into hell," K. B.- -I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duconfessed tho shooting in open Burlington Hawkey e : "A Kepub-lica- n former phrase being aa nearly the as plicate HSFLO W PRICESr who has succeeded In gainCustomers politely served on short noFor flie keglsiatnre. Court, but few believe heractually The oiflfigptoto and always reliable Hardware house of ing a prominent and lucrative po- possible a literal translatfon of the We" are authorized to announce P. J. tice. Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. guilty, it being rumored that she Greek "hades," to which went OLIYER aa a candidate to represent HickRespectfully, sacrifices herself for love to the sition under his own party is entithe spirits of the man and Fulton, in the next General tled to little respect when he goes real murderer. of Kentucky, subject to the action about whining to bo kept in under good and bad. fe of the Democratic party. Towns in tho North havo in- an administration which he opWashington special to a We axe authorised to announce J. F. A troduced and are enforcing house-to-hou- posed, and which, politically, ho sanitarj' inspections, as does not believe m if he is a Republican organ has it that Re- RENNICK as a candidate to represent Hickman and Fnltou in the LowHas a opioid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware precautions against cholera. This man of principle. When a man publican postmasters are being er House of the next counties Aeaembly of General which are'ered at in all towns. degonorates into a barnacle he "slaughtered" at the rate of 100 a Kentucky. is tho work needed day. It was on hearing news like compartively no good for should bo swept off." It does this that tho great Democratic a dozen families to havo clean of "sudden sweeter premises, if one in tho group main 4,D0NTY0U F0GET IT," poet wrote tho sea." For Jailer. . fountains in tains a nuisance to start tho dis- - II. Buchanan is We arc authorized to announce THOS the only 'man Successors .caso and kill all tho neighbor V. WALLACE, as e candidate for the that sells the Celebrated Bryan & Wo acknowledge tho receipt oSce of Jailer of Fulton County Elechood, &c. t-- i and that tfe very lowest the market justi&es. All gootfegurahtccd to. & Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and of a postal from Hon- - James W. tion in August next. M. McCounoll, of children, men and Hon. Wm. be exactlyj represented. boys. : These Tate, announcing himself a 'canWe are authorized to announce JAMES I3sr Cisco, Texas, is to bo appointed Shoes take the to the office V. TAYLOR as a candidate for the office premium oyer all didate for Indian Agent at Jb ort bill, Indian for good and fine &RUGS.MEDIC1NES, BO0K8, STATIONARY, and School tiunplica. of State Treasurer, at tho election of Jailer of tulton county. Election 1st workmanship, Territory. Mr. McConnell is an Fancy GOOD3, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS in August, and soliciting our sup Monday in August next SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, old Kcutuckiau, son of our noble and is the most substantial Shoe port, &c. All right Mr. Tate, you We arc authorized to announce JAMES . uaiuafunmci YYHJLTJS SEWINU MAClllBlS. old conntyman Winfred B. Mc- made in the United States. Don't shall have it. BUSHART as a canbibate for the office F. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Connell, tho son and father as let otners liumnug you with some of Jailer of Fulton county. Election in ft h. MOORE can bo found at Dr. FARIS' Onlce, to Attend nighl calls at Moore & true Democrats as over lived, and otner make, and say tit isAir as Mr. Minor. Bnckner, of August next. Landrum'a. will givo satis good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, Charleston, Mo., an old Hickman Thfi beat"lf for the least. rhhtlpVi ftvTun-ionrpr- l amrlrwifn amnlwnrL tho appointment Wo are authorized to announce J ACOD Bill'rf host of and buy the Shoe will: rT.. faction to SILVEKTOOrH aa a candidate for tha The attentat ? builders especially desired as this house will give & boy, is visiting his parents, and fjryan olEcc of Jailer of Fulton county. ElecKentucky friends. A. Browu's name ou each SKHg Correspond oil cc solicited. will remain somctimo. tion ldt Monday in August next. lin iy i,.i . A LONG: FELT WANT SUPPLIED. I . - S!HLL AEIADj . d . gaga 4i . fea i I -- J re-arre- st k8 l, ffl to-th- to-da- y . ... '!.:,. ,,,.. Jadies-ESPECIALL- 1 ui-aii- !)' MANY COMPLIMENTS -- K.1IDS 1 1 - w ?l?r I , -- xmuiH yi '; - - OS. Jc- i t . - W tJl TP IE. I G E5 Prices? -- ,- ! : Furniture ! w I y. -- .,. rc0 fi-e- d x , d Ora WILBUEN I --tr- en. x Contractors and Builders of Houses. poll-taxasno- w - .1 - ALEX ANDEE EVER MAXWELL, SHOAL IQfffil! onon . 1 ITen-drick- BIB km . ia-stoc- k p! PMwhPwmU bUHJ nsuUiilu Hamburg Embroideries, Tor. kmi, .v-.- ,i,. 1 1 nn 1 x tai ice-rresule- nt -- h, M. Blind- - and Men K ximk& !&l3sy Hinges, Butts and Screws, Poking . jp iting stoves, tinware, J. CORMAN J. AMBEEG'S SONS. I C0'PPB,TIN J. W. COWGILL, DRUGS, Trusses tax-paye- rs r-- swal-lowo- IT Is EAST Q,TT.A.I ng -- HOME d 3?lITTTS .A-InT- D 1-- 2 -- T? ....Jrrr rst-cla- ss Ex-rostmas- RELIABLE. BnsTiLHrr ly E. T. GhA-RiDiSrEl- R. se Moore m Landrum, ;fortu:n"e to company oiNriE Dbalbbs 'ah., PRICE ROOFING. t5 j Cu-pta- ff- -V Wt BRESOBlPTIOJSrS i. i SPECIAJLTIT. IM. BREVAKD 1. WBiy..;.. PW VHr "' ' lsCHViFajSII -- V ' ISInckburii and the i'vivsi-clcii- t. sfei jrfl MK iw y The New York Legislature last E. CASE. week passed a bill regulating the BH,,e '8 1,0W Ut, aiHiKhonKU it WASHINGTON, Mny 17. Sdia- height of buildings, the object bePILLAGING KENTUCKY. makes apparently W tor Ulnckbuni pf Kentucky, it Is What the Proposed Russo-Englis- h ing to prohibit tho erection of the towering apartment houses in tho Arbitration is co, io viiubiug C0!lsiuCfle iioii" occiuo, jiao uccii iiiicji t" il etseuiCtl city. Some of these are of fifteen new tmnstfon ot.tue concerning his interview with tho Cuirently ExpectAverage Taxation in Other! "0M- 6tories and have a height of 180 xi c xcsuinient nnbipeu auuuu President in reference to tho reed To Be, States, year auro innri jfe serious jection of tho Senator's brother a feet above the street. This is 100 changes, but it has grown for Collector of internal revenue feet above tho point at which waThrRemedies Needed. into popular use, andter proba- in Kentucky. The Senator was i glr-.- l CaM lo llio l.uulitlllo Timf. pwt ter can be thrown, as a rule, in bly never will, at leaitf nring tnc no doubt disappointed, and after j London, May 18. The further case of fire. Last week tlic Courier made present century. the Cabinet decided tho case ad- correspondence in the Blue Book By a procession of addition and this statement: The revisers bstf in mind versely Mr. Blackburn wrote tho issued bntimiay deals only with ancient history stopping on April division it is discovered that Mr. "A , eowparison of Kentucky their duty not have "Cw tes- President a note asking an interto with other States of similar wealth tament, but to nmke t already view. A prompt TeRponse was 7. It serves chiefly to show thn Cleveland has made, on an averrevise appointments a and population, (ami some of them existing, except whcreTdiey disa- receivod, and the meeting took growth of Russian demands day age, twenty-seve- n carrying a large bonded debt.) greed with the of 1611 place Friday morning. What hap- by day, and that while Russian day, including Sundays, since he shows Unit some of these States upon meaning, transits of fre- pened during the interview haB and English diplomatists were ex- has been in office. u wtfftB arc required to pay only about quent occurrence tfct' changes been distorted and magnified by changing phrases the Russian were taking all that was The Louisville Agricultural half the iate of taxation that Ken- have been introduce with as some of the Republican papers to Company filed a deed of assign tucky imposes on her people. much uniformity ns fractieable. an extent that made their readers wanted. Satirist" All the papers 1 ere blamo the ment. Why For instance : "Tabenicle of the believe that the President had An esteemed Democrat oT this congregation" has btf every- beon grossly insulted by the Ken- Government for its vacillation and county demands to know the where changed to cmdulity. Tho Daily News Bays CITY ITEMS. "test of meot-iug.- " tucky Senator during the conver- the States of similar wealth and popucorreRftgmlence shows in the In regard to "Trfovah" the sation. In reality Senator Blackmrhf1 Ueog. lation that pay less tax thau Ken- authorized version it followed, burn stated to the President that clearest manner that the conduct A new lot of all kindw of Jellies, Mar tucky. Here are some, which are the revisers not thinkiigit advis- it seemed to him that the Admin- of the Russian officials was sure rowfat Pen, String Beans, Peas, Tomntoc, sufficient to establish the point able to insert it uniforiJy In place was not disposed to re- to provoke a collision of Cosmade by the Courier, but if not of "Lord" or "God." ,lu the po- istration suggestions in Kentucky sacks and Afghans and cause a Af J'lcd aud Penchen, at W. gard his ROGERS'. J it can be extended: etical books "sheoll replaces matters, and that henceforth he total failure of the Boundary ALSO KEEPS Illinois tax 32c, has no State "hell," which has beenianged in had no favors to ask, and that he Commission. Flower Vol, The Daily Telegraph says: "Wo Tor sale, hy W. D. Dieatelbnnk, all ei debUaud 20 Congressmen. prose passages to utlicfrave"and would wait and matters devel. Sew York tax 25c, State debt -- me pit," witu "shcoPji the mar op without his let are thankful that the Afghan peo- tea. An low as the lowest. ml interference. He 8,339,160, and 34 Congress-men- . gin said furthermore that it was not ple are not likely to peruse such A foil line of Hemps, Ingrains, soil Ohio tax 29c, State debt The preface sayar" his intention to make a factious records. The feeling after read- BriieU Carpeting", floor Oil Cloths, an.l (Xear Railroad Drpot.) and liO Congressmen. Of these rend ericas febftifight upon the Administration, ing the whole book is like the Rugs, at "ery low prices. Also, Trunks. Pennsyl vauia tax commander and immense ia'UL3acLi e would stand message of theAlikhanolf: of the Valises, Baca, stock Satchels,beInseen to be debt &9.71S.783, iiJ 'Yowr ranttr. Our should rse such ap Afghans to tnrv. 'Iu this btato There LTessiiieu. ,, n .rt, ft -- u sa-iw ni ami Government ir a great oilP, lUt appreciated. Alexandi-.- & Maxwell.' f'loruwm f, AjaagBjaiM4pjIB jg. is no tax on real estate, but if nionly understood frequn- ju!(1 lead to proper, and, to oppose those that your acts are liko the thieves." tliat loemnluy it From all parts of ihe continent there was as in Kentucky ou real i testable msundrretanding did not meet with his approval. Lea Than One Keltic Jld IC. -this morning, from Yienm, Berlin, and personal, 15 cents would raise mi , A striking improvement is the The President, it is understood, Paris and Calcutta, P. W. Withers, Deputy SberifT, Jeff. Co.' the necessary money for State printing the Senator in digniall can certainly say that tf form.poetical passages replied to deliberate way,a saving sions of doubt aboutcomf expres- Ark., writes; isI the best chill remedy I purposes. MANUFACTURERS OF tha perma Hughes' Tonic Joshua's mira- fied and in poetical average tax in these four cle, "Sun, stand thou still upon that there was no disposition upon nence of any arrangement likely ever heard of or used. I used only u part The unu- of a bottle and used no quinine and it States is 3Ii cents. I Gideon," is verse. Caro was tak the part of the Administration to to be made now. Tho xery Indianatax 30c, State debt en in preserving iiuuAuiiuiu worus. antagonize or part company with sual distinctions of granting cured me. Prepared by R. A. Robinson & Co., $4,87C,G0S and 13 Congressmen. Rnsa'au comThe summary of each day's him, but, upon tho contrary, his swords of honor to proposed arbi- wholesale Druggists, Louisville, Ky. 53-- 1 00th cents, Massachusetts 8 manders make the Sold at retail by J. W. Cowoill work Creation ruiiB, advice would receive respectful Stato debt 31,436,6S0, and 12 "And at the was eveningnow there consideration, ana .Kentucky ap- tration simply a farce. Dnfferin and there Congressmen. pointments in in the is perhaps the strongest factor at The public bear in Missouri tax 40c, State debt, was morning one day," "There past, would bethe future, as feel- tins moment, but nobody knows that we aro well will pleac to receive mind and prepared made without was eveniug and there was morn613,079,000, and 13 Congressmen. position. As he knews Rus- fonvanl produce, fruits, &c , either by rail a second day," and so on, giv- ing or prejudice and for the good his well, re- or river. Shipments by rail will be re The average of taxation in these ing sia Russians ing a suggestion of long intervals. of the State and party. After a gard him the inimical. naturally ceived at depot, by river, at wharfboat. TtayCaVjF&PKBRfQJti&JlJL 'jvollsjBa three States is 20 ns cents. "Vanity and vexation of spirit" full review of the field it is stated Every necessary attention given to receiv.Now wo give another class of occupa- ing and The rumors of Turkish forwarding, the and the Presiii, 17) States exactly the population of (Ecclesiastesastriving has become that came Senatoragreeable under- tion of Snnkim indicate tlo irony or account of ownern either n for our account In short time will to an after wind." dent "vanity and be able to furnish all Kentucky, judged by the number standing and separated friendly of fate. Gladstone will fnd him- either apple, provision roopemge wanted, 'There were giants in the earth in flour ofCongressmen: neph-elienough for all practical purposes. self at least in alliance .vith the Yill start up cooper shop or a few batrels. in days. Iowa, tax 25c, State debt 6243,-43- those days," is revised, "the unspeakable Turk. were in tho earth in those Respectfully, moand 11 Congressmen. There was an impressive mayl-- tf Powell & Bbo. Changing Dftcrafrefl. Michigan tax lie, State debt days." ment at the annual Newspaper Job xxxi, 35: "Oh, that one Tho American people do not Press Fund banquet. Saturday 8339,150, and 11 Congressmen. For Kent, would hear me ! Behold, my de- drink ns much strong liquor as night when the company rose and Texas tax 30c, State debt sire is that the Almighty would they did twentv-fou- r SIX ROOMS, over Powell & Bro'a. Store, years ago. drank in solemn silence to the and 11 Congressmen. with The three States are set down answer me, and that mine adver- In JSC0, they consumed 86,000,000 memory of the three special cor- ses toor without board. Apply on premisary had written a book," is re- gallons of spirits, which, for a respondents who died in the Souas exactly tho size of Kentucky, MRS BRYSON. in population and wealth, and tho vised : "Oh, that one would hear population of 31 ,000,000 was about dan. DEALER I - gallons per average rate of taxation is only me! Behold, my desire is that two and four-fifth- s A significant sign of ho times Important to Shipper 22 cents, while Kentucky now col- the Almighty would answer me, capita. In 1884, they consumed here is theatrical performances for Far m em. lects Vi cents a little over.dou-ble- . and that I had the indictment 73,000,000 gallons, which, for a a benefit of the homo for educated MEDICINES, FAINTS AND MUSE & SHAW announce to the public which my adversary hath written." population of 55,000,000, was on- ladies about to emigrate. that they are prepared to handle any and gall on b per all kind.i of produce for shipment by river The next class nearest ap- Fsalin viii., verse 5, "For thou ly one and one-thira little or rail. jxt. proaching Iveutuuky in wealth and hast made Him revised, lower than capita. Tho per capita consump- COAL MINES OF KENTUCKY. shipment Special attention given to the of fruits. All business entrusted "For thou tion has fallen off, therefore, more tho angels," is population. to their care will have prompt attention. 9G3 PRESCRIPTIONS CARh FU x i J COMPOUNbED! lower than than one-half- ; Georgia-wta- x our population of Enough 30c, State debt, hast made him a little Will kesp Conl to Lnnt tUe Ualled on hand. plenty of barrels and fruit boxes God." 55,000,000 does not consume as $9,024,135, and 10 Congressmen. Malm a TliotiNHtid Yearn. The authorized Psalm cxvi., much by 15 per cent, now as the Tennessee 40 cents, State debt UI said in my Kentucky has over thirteen The greatest variety of Ladies and Mias? haste, all men are population of 31,000,000 consum$35,122,616, and 10 Congressmen. ESTRAY NOTICE. thousand square miles of coal ea 8hocs. at PLAUT'S. warranted. Jf fail to liars," is revised, "I said when I ed the year before the war. Virginia tax 40c, State debt Nino thousand square give satisfaction another pair will be given rpAKEN up as n stray by Chas. B. fields. made haste to escape, all men are But these figures must not be 829,218522, and 10 Congressmen. GODSH.VV7 his residence, one mile cast of man, misinterpreted; they do not mean miles is in tho eastern part of the or money refunded Also men warrant & Hickman, aton the State road, one bay filly, H. A.&E- - T. TYLER, These three States, nearly equal a lie," : "Fools make that we drink less than we did in State, and lies in Greenup, Carter, PLAUT'S Hand Sewed for Proverbs, x iv., 9 to Kentucky in nonnlation and about two years old, both bind feet white, ed. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, the pay on the average. 10c a mode at sin, but among Re- 1860; on the contrary we drink Rowan, Boyd, Elliott, Lawrence, white stripe on face and nose, a while spot wealth, Morgan, Menifee, Powell, "Wolf, See our Clothing for Men, Boys and Chil- on left hip. Appraised by me at fifty dol III CK MAN, - - - KENTUCKY. righteous there is favor." We have only changed more. less tax than Kentucky, but look Magoffin, Johnson, Martin, Pike, larx. vise read: "The foolish as County at their enormous State debt6, the guilt offering, but amongscorn our beverages. In 1860, we con- Floyd, Breathitt, Perry, Letcher, dren. The assortment is elegant and prices Judge Given under my hand 22. 1885. attend lo of Fulton county, April low. the sumed 100,000,000 gallons of malt WILLtheir care. all business entrusted each running mto nulUons,whUe uprigut R.8.MURRELL, Almas DEa & Maxwell. Harlan, Office Furniture Factory. tneregood will." The Kentucky until jjfcjy" uau no above aro nearly aUttiv.pftRKnerfis liquors; in 1884, 500,000,000 gal- Jackaon,Leslie, Clay, Owsley, Lee, nyiyl Judge F. C. C. t- Xrtmrel, Itnott, and nov8.78 population did not doulons. The State debt. Do you want a THRESHING MA"" Ml which a shock is'given to old ble in the period referred to, but lcy comities. CHINE, SAW MILL, STEAM ENGINE. The next States we notice associations. ESTRAY NOTICE. . In these counties is found some SOKGHUM MILL, COTTON GIN, CORN .. "EMlRIS. the consumption of beer and ale are: grate and coke coal litu siit.it. or anything in the machinery up aa a stray by M. D In 1S60, wo of the finest increased four-folTAKEN his residence, on Moscow and Sorth Carolina tax 20c, State do. co to MUSE & SHAW PHYS1CAN AND SUR&EON, Cost of FarmI,abor. drank a little over three gallons in the country, and the largcBt line? If vou prices. They re agents for Troy road, Fulton county, one bay Pony, debt $15,422,045, and 9 CongressArea of cannel coal in Uorth and get their per capita; in 1884; over ton galabout 6 yean old, branded on the left men:the Kingsland, Fergueou & Co'a, MachineThe new Commissioner of AgKENTUCKY in- America. shoulder J. D , white spot on forehead, HICKMAN, ry and Mill Supplies. 'Wisconsin tax 47 mills, State riculture has issued sTcircular, ex- lons. In addition to this, we naTho southern fieldB contain over with white stripe running up right side of debt $2,252,057, and 9 Congress- hibiting the cost off farm labor creased our consumption of jTVFFERS his Professional Services to nose; appraised by me at twenty fire dol 4,000 square miles of an almost the citiiens of Hickman and vioinity. men. for a series of years. The figures tive wines from 1,800,000 to ISuiclicr Shop. lars. Given under my hand aa Justice of conl, and inexhaustible supply of Tanl6-'8- 0 gallons. We desire to direct speciel at- show the entire cost of a hand, Having Drmed a partnership with M. D. the Peace of Fuiton county, this My 9th, are located principally in Ohio, tention to the low State tax in wages, board, &c. Stace 1S82 the We aro not becoming teetotal- Grayson, Edmonson, Butler, Muh- Johnson, for carrying on the above busi 1885. JOSHUA NAYLOB, J. P. F. C. the that on Wisconsin, believing that to a limi- Eastern States have declined from ers; but we are replacing strong lenberg, Hancock, Daviess, Mc- ness, afterpublic are hereby notified we will C. L. may 09 and tbe 1st day of April, Rpirituous drinks with lighter ted extent, Keutncky might learn $26.61 to $25.30 permonth, the Lean, Henderson, Webster, Hop- supply them regularly" with the best freah a valuable lesson from her exam- Middle States from. $22.24 to brewed beverages. kins, Union, Christian, Critten- beef, pork, &c, at the grocery house of ESTRAY NOTICE. ATTORNEY Af LAW ple in raising revenue. This State $23.19, the Southern ;States from J. W. R0GER8. den, and scattering in several oth-e- r raises the bulk of its revenue by $15.30 to $14.27, tie Western rpAKEN up aa a stray by M. D. Johnson, For The Whipping Post. counties. The quantity of coal I at his residence, on Moscow and Troy Collector, Real Estate Agent licenses, and n tax on railroads States from $23.63 to,$22.26, and Mr. W E. Grubbs, a candidate mined in this State for the year Council Proceeding. road, Fulton county, Ky., one red and and other corporations, remedies California has advanced from for the Legislature in Boyle comi- ending December 31, 1884, will white spotted Steer, nbout 3 years old, suggested and advocated for $38.25 to $38.75. The Commis- ty, makes an argument for the exceed 200,000 tons, or over 5,000,-00- 0 marked with a awsllowfork in the left ear, Hickmak, Ky, May 15, 1885. HICKMAN, KY. years by tho Hickman COURIER. sioner states that the depression whipping post: no bushols, or 200,000 cart loads Council met. Present Mayor Cowgill I and aorcrop off ; the right ear;fifteen other Will attend promptly to nil busi dolbrand appraised W To suggest the here indicated is doc to an inbushels, requiring Beck in an, Cape Frencn, Ravage and Wit- mark Given, under my hand at Justice of ntgg entrusted him ia Southweateri "I regret very much tho neces- of twenty-fiv- e as lars. ting. creased supply of labar. REMEDIES NEEDED sity for such a law, but with our 200,000 drivers. Estimating the the Peace of Fulton county, this May 9th, Kentueky and Northwestern Tennesse The minutes of Special attention givn to th in vestiga crowded penitentiary over .one-hal- f cart and two mulos at thirty feet read, approved and the last meeting were 1885. in Kentucky would swell an edisigned. "Down in tion of Land titles, and the purchase JOSHUA NAYLOR, J. P. F. C. of whose inmates aro there for in length, it would take 400,000 torial to such length that it would they suspect Simpsoinenntywhen NEW COUNCILMAN. man ofa crime they stealing less in value than $50, and sale ef Real Estate. may 22 timcB as f jan8 not be read, but summed up, it take him out a A. M. Debow Councilman elect appearand hang him to a whose prosecutions cost the State mules,as or nearly four are in Kentucky, ed in open Council and was sworn In by many there means: owns up.- If he conEat ray. 1st. A new Constitution. Why! tree until he take him down and annually over $300,000, to say and. extend a distance of 1,136 3 Mayor Cowgill. Taken up on the 18th day of April 1885, Saddlery aijd Harness. fesses they Because county Assessors are jug him; if he insists cm his inno- nothing of the vast expense this miles in a straight lino, or from TREASURERS BEPOH.T. as a stray by R. Y. McConnell, on his farm constitutional officers, and let the cence they leave him knging. Of class are to the county and State Louisville to How Orleans, aud The Treasurer presented his monthly about 3 miles from Jordan Station in Fulton County, Ky., one Black Poney Horse, which on motion was approved. Stato bo deprived of ever so much courso tho alleged culprit usually after conviction I am firmly con- more than two hundred miles beabout 9 years old. Saddle Marks on Back, revenue by their inefficient assess- pleads guilty whether be is or not. vinced that tho whipping post is yond. ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. & FARRISS, Blazed Face, with Spanish Brand, on left PLUHMER the only economical solution for ments, there is no adequate pow- That i'b one way of doing things, The following account were presented hip, about 14 Hands high, valued by me, our present crowded penitentiary; Jacl-soer to rectify the wrong. appro' ed, and on motion were Ordered Is Bell Ceunljf, St., opposite Courier Office at $40.00 given under my hand, May 7th, but a way that iB removed a long and if it becomes a law at the next paid. 2nd. Incompetent Legislators. 1885. 11 1 CK MAN, - - - KY. The condition of affairs in Bell the right way." Lock-u- p $2.00 session of the Legislature, will not county is still having tho attention Plaut Bros. & Co., F B. ATTEDERRY, J. P. F. C. So Tongas Kentucky persists in distance from Critic. $5.75 Street pay roll Bowling Green WELL selected stock of Saddles and May 21 4t. only save to the of the electingltepresentativesand SenaT1HAKCE COMMITTEE. Tho Paducah Standard pronoun- State an enormous expense, but of the State officials at Frankfort. Harness. New work made to order. tors who do not understand these ces this a slander os Simpson county, was Mayor Fiudley, of Prompt attention given to STRAY PONY. its adoption will enable the State Judge capital the that in confer- DcBow on Cowgill appointed Councilman questions they cannot expect to county, but doubts n&t that 18th, the Finance Committte in lieu it is to pay off its present indebtedness at the obtain such redress as in the powR E 1-- A R from the undersigned on true elsewhere. It is one of the without an additional per cent, on ence with Gov. Knott ub to the of Councilman Moore resigned. STRAYED the 10th instant, one GRAY er of the Legislature to give, any great evils of mob law,forthemob SErERKED. of any kind. He has secured the services proper means for tho restoration about 5 years old, 13 our present taxes." more than an incompetent person of good order in that county. On motion, the proposition of W. L. TEXAS POIBY, brand something like of that well known and excellent workstarts out pretty well pursuaded lo H hands high, to take hold of a disordered busiFarcins, which of Itself citv the to guilty, unJudge Findley is of opinion that McCutchen191,sell the198, Westrinht of way the letter L on the left thigh. Any one man, Uncle Bobgood and faithful work. is C'nHfiUlfiH Ktbrlft. guarantee of ness house or farm, can bring that the fellow is rofnsel and conHickman, liberally rewarded for bringing pony to Lot 197, peace and harmony may bo had across to apr24 prosperity. These are plain words', der excitement a The collapse of Reil's insurrec- without the assistance of the Stato was referred to tbe street committee. my farm, 2J miles from Fulton, near Rock fess seldom convinces them of the OB3TRUCTIKG STREET. but facts; and if each intelligent persons innocence; bat, if he does tion is near by. Tho insurgents, militia, and they will not at presSprings road, or any information. A. T. THOMPSON. citizen who appreciates the facts confess, is nurham titwW Mr. thou eh not badly punished, are ent, be ordered to Pinoville, as nn mntinn A. Divine wan printed until TO it IJONEY may22-3- t " 15, 1885 to move his house out of as stated would interest himself m tho rrottinrr cnuistances that lnflmee the mob fight Rn mnoh ton wnrxt.govern- has been reported. Tho Govern- June street, East Hickman. Holly competent Repre- to believe that theHKsion will toward securing with the Canadian or has ordered Gen. Castlcman to CarneBtera-Tukbepaw Gcrraaa. sentatives and Senators, they lead to the conviciPi of others ment that they are well nigh ex- proceed to Bell county to examine That the undersigned committee will On motion tho street Committee was or would be obtained. There is no equally guilty, or to his own final hausted, both in ammunition and and report upon the condition of reoeive sealed proposals from now nntil GBEfflff. SHOTO TOBACCO wiCISAK tfiA irutterfl nn the north AnraA earthly reason that Kentucky conviction before theCourts. men. Large number's of Reil's affairs there, and he will do so at side oftn rannir Street from tbe west corner the 1st of June, for the necessary repairs Jackson should not he run at as low rate and will job to dealers only at Factory followers are scattering, many once, starting for Pineville in: a of the City Hall to east corner or Joseph ordered to be done upon the by the Court of Claims at rta special call prices; also the of taxation as the States the finding their way over the Ameri- day or two. The route to this vil- Sohm's building. AfiTectmv Bwplista with tbe nnderstanding of Courier names. Senator Jo Brown of Georgia, can border, and Reil himself has lage is by no meann a pleasant one. On motion, Council adjourned. 0. 0. term the April, 18S5, said work will be due JtaUl and Smerior Ski Sit( money for that R. E. MILLET, Attest, is stirring up the Southern Bap- been captured. some time in October or November. The tha best in it IB by rail to Woodbine, near the AW IMPORTANT DECIthe market. We also keep committee referring the right to reject any constantly on hand a tists Convention, at Asgnsta, with Rats Wllh TABt for GreenbaefeB. Virginia line, then on horseback SUNDAY-SCHOO- L CONVEN-TI0choice selection SION. and all bids. Parties desiring to put in of thirty-tw- o some resolutions bearing upon From miles through the the Boclietr Dtracxrat.l bids will please apply to the committee for For years it lias been tho cus- marriage and divorce. He intromountains. FAMILY GROCERIES, necessary information. Josiah Harper sold some proptom to allow each County Asses- duced one declaring that for forW. B. JONES, CONFECTIONERIE8. erty in Otsego county, New York, be Held Of Wet Union Aaaeclntlea.la A TheelegricKl Definition. sor iu Kcntacky 15 cents for each nication only doesvthe 25ew Testa"W. P. TAYLOR, AND FRUIT8, Willi the OiHrcbatlllekmnBjKy., a few days ago, for $500 in cash. From tho Proria Tranacript.l list they return, no matter wheth- ment authorize a scriptural di- Jf ay 22, 23 and 24, 1883. T. M. FRENCH. J whifk e will WI1 very low for the cash. BO er the party listed had any prop- vorce. and fnrhid,Kn a Bant Bt'ur 1B8.r 0?.m,Si ?ai ine "What is hell 1" asked a Sunday-schoPJeaee.eall and aee us. PROGRAMME. his " naor wentpto erty or not. Last week Judge minister to teacher of the members of divorced man ; mney EVirlmr. Mav 22. 7 p. M. The Sandav XllJA & DeBOW. ,. A4i- .- Ztli,1" rrhn Rnn. tato bin. On Monday he his class Sabbath morning. Simrall, in a test case, decided A WANTED. School Convention, its work and power, some of the money. All he "I don't know," said a that the State can-- only pay 15 tor supported big resolations with get nnu was a $10 bill C. Taylor, Mayfield. Special ami some "but it's down South some- Elder W. May 23. 8J A. m The Joya Beef cents for each list of "taxable a strong and war arganient, after could Cattle and Hogs. All persons indebted Ketlce. of Bon Saturday, to the firm where." which they and Triumphs oi the ounuay ocnooi none, K5P-5S- -" darsat & Brewry, will please come forward Jthecasebefore uuanimonsly.were V. S. Boney, Little Bethel Church. "What makes you think so !" Elder nun, ironi ucuurson county, no B JOHXSOlf 4c ROGERS Office at y day, and make settlement. l, account for him. "Because I heard p say the 11 a. M. How to have a live . gave judgment for $14,000 against E. Collina' drug store Alexander pay the highest market price W. P. Harvey, State Superintend members of the Legislature who The saloon keepers of uwens- the Assessor for fees thus collect WILLgood Beef Cattle and Hogs. Call &Mwell'a old stand. & DRE1VRY. Gov. Knott, Auditor Hewitt, wont down to STew Orleans would ent. p. . The Teaohera' work, before, du- at the grocery house of J. W Rogers. BONDURANT . few dftVS ed, as illegal. If this decision is i hnrn halri a tnoat;.,, 2 "V'Wtlilll Hickaan, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. I arm arwl ffiAV Will and Treasurer Tate, in JSow York catch it." (racinlrof7 Annnolo onatoinn1 in f lio flrmrf apr24-- 4t ring and after session, Miss A. M. Hicks, I onti'Ai.AonJth itiaSn oTniwI a1a.a 41 linroaf ninlnn Hnllan. J rB If! frnfHl ' CltV. Tl&Ced the bOIldB Of tfae a-- drink, State, authorized by the last Logevery Assessor and Gen. Grant's physicians report 7 p. m. Bible Study, the hope of fte faith on Sandavr ami sell REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. w .A j funding of the him "neither better nor worse; in Church, the Nation's safety, Dr. J. W. $1,000 Reward Withdrawn. iu Kentucky and their bondsmen, to nn man. nn WUSl ins idi;huio for tho Ky. Warder, Louisville, at a to s Administrator SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abont ami will result in reducing tbe ex , tiPAfl .nd th.f -- i.. 4kA next citv $500,000vi debt rowing up banks mv.v fact, there has been no change du, - . . , at . Sunday, May 24, 9 a. M. International WHEREAS, I did,Hillsmaa King, r ..the; election is...... nncu r u ia -- t n t n p. n of oh ONE Acrrn. Six Booms, Two oppose ui&ul i tu lesson. Sunday-Schepense of assessment, but at Hi " " p ring the last three days." helt .therM"' Good Well,'8pring, 8tahle, Orchard, the 7th day of December, 1883, offer a reo 11 a. M. The State Sunday-Schoo- l same time est dowTi the pay of. aud defeat eviry 0flir wiio naa newuuuus ward of $1,000 for the arreet and convic- 4c. Apply to Harvey. W. P. the office until it won't be worth . been instrantal infitirring up cent., batata premium that reduGen. Grant has an income of work,P.Elder Sunday School mass meeting, tion of tho person or persona who aa GEO. N. HELM, 2J M. yll886-fl- m busi ces it to 360. wife at their hom, having." Tbe decision will save i the opposities to SiHclay and about $30,000 per year. Hiokman, Ky. conducted by W. P. Harrey and W. A. dered said King Ky., his latter partof Nothe near Hickman, the State thousands of dollars if ness, and in efiferciug the law." of ia to notify the The gambling dens . AT LouisStale sustained. a. . vine, wmcu were recenuy ciubuu Tictor Hugo, the venerable Dr.7 J.p.W.M.Warder. and Associatlonal work, vember, 1883, bow this persons, that faid LOWEH and LOWER. public and any and all Walkee Blaine, Assistant by a general raid of the authon- - French poet and statesman, is and Churches of reward is hereby withdraws. This May s Claims, AH Allklnds of Groceries hamB,jides,&c. Tho work of turning tho rascals Counsel in tke Court of dangerously ill. His physicians Hickman and surrounding country, of 14. 1885. eap aa the cheapest. I will not be s ties, iave out seems to bo going on as WbiDtonf i. to bemoved JOHN A. STUBBS, hope of his denominations, cordially invited to at. undersold. JOHN WITTiNO. Adm'r Hillsman King, dec'J. bravely as a very backward spring "offensive prti6gn," nnuer m" reform, like too many ench efforts, have little his advanced recovery, all and participate in thexcrcites,&c. tend age. becauBO of proved only a sham. ' civil service $w. will permit. The new tra,i.:.?Sf tbe 01(1 I A FARCE, iiicbaiig ie J CASE & MILLET, FASHIOffAWUi BOOT AND SHOE and Troj April. GROCERS, HICKMLlSr, KENTUCKY. TOPJffrtfc cs, tuium Ea- -t Wert comer of Mokox Waniisfftction guaranteed. Hieiaa, Kj , THE BARTER J. to bis GROCERY- - MR. boI-die- rs C. HAKCOCH, OYSBUT 3t. MONTGOMERY, aM0B. friends and tbt public Ibal b baa opened autn aad freib pp!y f all kinds of Fahilt Grocsiim, walsh at will sell at low as tbs lowest. Helsrsa-d- y at all times to eicbanjre QratttUs at cab prices for Butter, Eggt, Ciickmi, any kind or marketing thai ike faraiar friends may bring la. Tbt kigkeal ket price always paid. .r bk J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. FEED -- sale and livery stable Faris & Paekeb, KENTUCKY KEEPS H0R88r BUGGIES aai BACX8.. Having purchased the stable. horsi and entire oatfit of W. B. Planm r we propose to etmtlau the VuMtf, asd solicit patronage-( . DOORS, SASH, &c. 8TRMT, constantly oa kaad sale frklr $4,-102,87- 5, 40c--Stat- o Tii . k HERTW VHK ECKrEAl JflHHH'P amily ji it rTx!.. . W. DIESTELBKiKK Groceries t.t o nttith; trouble to show goods, audome and aee, at the ooraor of Tray and Moscow Avenae-- . Xaet NO tftt tdraU Family ItRocxry H. O. (DAVIS OLD iTAKB.) All kiada of Hl, tj JUDGH flrst-clas- h, STAPLE AND usnally kepi in a s miMS konie, at Hickman, Kentucky. on prices. FANCY CAHD1JSS, mincs-mea- a t m 5, t, HOM1XT, n cues GUTS T1A, CRANBERRIES, $4,-447,70- 0, THiE OLD REUIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, c; Sugar, Cffeeflf eWill not be undersold. Will pay full price for Bolter, Eggs, &e (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) Sp, S, rr B1TO, WWEl d 3m:j GROCERIES FrtiessloaaS Cards. CONFECTIONERIES, F. E. CASE, VKALSB IX Family Groceries; A.T AlfiO. d. DR. jl. of Halting TaoXIe and fnipplfe, 'at'"a bar gain. Cirooerfes and Family Suppliw gesv-erall- 2fet,Scinei, ttites, Hook, and, all.'kLad y. New Druj Store. 17,-000,0- J HANDLE. Kaf miumLifnUiiiiiimiiiiiii.m,tiiiitii..i,. tt.mtt - 1-- X. COLLINS, Proprietor, tfc re-po- rt (Clinton Street, Alexander Old Stand,) X axtcelVr HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. or-ere- d n tax-paye- rs A DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, . DYE3TOFFS, BRUSHES, SOAPS PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. The finest quality of LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, Tobaocos, Cigars, elo. I I , Everything fresh and new. IfiTSave money by buying yonr Medicines, etc., from this house. I I SVE PBESCKIPTlejTS. petent preseriptioniatengaged, and .ready at all hoars to fill escript loss accurately and promptl . An experienced and thoroughly com- e Court-hous- e, HICKMAN MARBLE WORK HICKMAN, XT. 3 W N DXALZB IS J TALI AN AND AMERICAN KaBSL MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYS STONES. received & fine lot of Aair HAYING Italian MaTblt, I ans prepared to fill nil ordera. Call and exasina ol 1 nrrtf . itr .I!0! .. - ten-year-ol- d, or work. Sunday-Schoo- Orders from the country promptly a ay 26 25cts Lower than 1 rMtris. tie Lowit II Cis-ter- i?" ol have no clerk expBss no slert Te and pay cash for all aay Groceries, and herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap at. Best brands ef Witteaherg and Le tar Flonr, 25 cents cheaper than the kw t. JOHN WITTINO. EETHE'S SALOON, A PJLEASAHT FRESH BEE constantly on' lap. Ci jars and Tobacco, of the best brand. ..- - - Sunday-School- Patronage eollcitel. B6T li-- ll a,, i . ' 'WW ' , JF . J rj I - '- - . i- - ts