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With Neatness and Dispatch, SALE BIIilLS, BIXiIi-I3:BA.2DS. b:ivelopes, . letxbk-headb- Jackson Street, next door to City Halt. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. - JCIie Oldest Newspaper iMLg)gstcvn i3srvrr.A.Tio3srs. ETC., PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, S1.50. ESTA BUSHED HIS LAST LEAP. 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTTjJpKY, FRIDAY," MAY 29. KIDNAPED. Eia - VOL. XX.-13S- 34. VrjT3 aSB T7- ttEW OLD TESTAMENT. ANOTHER IIOliKOE. I THE COMMONWEALTH. Some of the Mora Important Work of tho Revision. Inittans and Alterations of Scriptural fhrascs, AVhlch Aro llegardcd us Improvements. ' New YoilK, May 20. Copies of the new translation of the Old Testament were mailed shipments and to all parts of tho country will begin. Punk & Wagnalls have published in conjunction with tho revised Old Testament p. "Companion" to it from the pen of Dr T. W. Chambers, ono of the American revisers, who is familiar with tho work from .tho.beginnine. The progress of tho Inn- accessary of MlMfSW? rtff-WYjka&to-nig- From the Great Prof. Odlnm ' Jump Brooklyn Bridge 133 Feet In Four Seconds-Deand One-ha- lf ad. r, MS : s7 c '. Vi ' ""-Html- i v ii x. t.ii ii of leaf aro strong'Wmewhatf rarosonua'ioiimponi3wuiinoijifcj4ovcr; bum KiiflfiiafMRnimTOrut rrniii i 'tnivrtirvPTnPiit! tn roi aln meant the uiostJ.fn,er tnan weok RK0, while lugs, with rocjraUTiicir "You aro an honoi" to your profe3ioa," child's playf amrlriKSral- Democratic arinuainfir and imeioimeiy tstour party were" sick!" ivowero for foTir horrible of fates, that of being burned t&, Ancient. tts xlvil. n Eldnr of arcd. good, are a little he sobbed. "I'll see that your silary is inAdministration can not be conducted in enemies out of oflice. Artillery; (1. Sam. xx, 40.) Missile weapons. drove uponth&brfdgelu an ordinary ex days unable to get on deck. Altogether death. They stood at the open windows" Ithe exception oi medium Thi-- . expect U o i has lenf preponderated creased to two dollars a month. I will, by the interest of a cliqne or bf one or two disappointirregular. Assay, (Dan'l lv, St.) Attempt, try- press wngon, ana trotted out near tne tho passago was a very disagreeable one. wringing calltheir hands and imploringly Hakcmcats. (Gen. xl, 17 j Some kind of Odium throwing off his disguise, jingo: men in a sci tion. The intm sts of tho ed. Mr. CI veland Ian actually apanchored in the open harbor about a ing on those below to assist them. But In tho offerings to nn unusunl degree, presbread. leaped from the wagon, jumped upon the quarter of a mile from shore, when Jim enting, however, a fair contingent of lng whole people arc to bo considered and pointed a maa from Mi'nc to oflico withUosom, (7s, xlv, outside railing of tho bridge, his red tights O'DonaM, of Glasgow, Scotland, of Irish their cries wero of no avail, ns those below as well as narrow leaf. It Is supposed that Uowray, (Is.xvl, & Betray. not the interests of particular individ- out consulting Frye. This is taken a1 showing with startling distinctnessapainrt descent vthe man who entrapped me at New had not the means at hand to assist thoso Jlonnet. (Ex. xxtni. 4. Mitre." uals. a declaration of independence on the the skv, and raising one arm made a sig- Orleaul along with the Captain nnd innte, who were in the very jaws of death. Lizzio on tho approach of tho next regie nward Boss, (Job XV, 3).) Knob. nal to" Captain Boy ton and somo friends went ashore, where I heard him call out: Mever was the first to appear at tho increased general firmness will again set The great charge brought by Hatch, (Deut. xxvlii, 27 Iloll. part of Mr. Cleveltud, and Fryo retorts Urnvcry, (Is. Ill, 18.) Splendor, flnery. who were watching biol from a beds have been making fair pro- Democrats against President that Srcretary Lamar i a bloody-hande- d 'Here are my cattle, for which I anl to get window. The crowd lielow greeted her in- XiHgnndinc, (Jcr. xlv), i ) Scalo nnnor. la the middle 'of the ricer below. He did ten dollars per head.' Wo were laaded in with but shout, an encouraging advanco Burley quotations niurdcror, that li3 has murdered ten Cleveland is that so few removals are Bunches, (Is. xxx, 5. Humps, of camels. not wait a minute nfter giving his signal, small boats and counted, whereupon was unable to leiwi any assisi- Cjuoto lfiSI tobaccos as fcJ- Cabins, (Jcr. xxxvli, 18.) Collars, vaults. ocing maue; that so lew lJomocmis aro thousand men in M ssisppi, and after but placing his hands by his side and press- O'Donald went up to the office of ,1. P. nnpn Aft.or n liinmtMit of hesitation i Cankcrwonn.tPs. cv.at.) Caterpillar. ght packages: But Mr. this actually stole the vote of the Jstnto. being appointed to oflice. ing his feet together slid quickly Bouscarron, the President of the railroad during which she was screened from view?, Carriage, (Judges xviil, 21.) Ilaggagc an rkaiul Heavy. in Mr. Frye should have made this disfrom"T tho and railing, Cleveland's policy was well known Champaign (Deut. xl, 30) Plain. bv thick smoke, she determined to maw company, and received $670 for this ship4 Ofrtt m instant was shooting toward the ment of Chapiter (Kx.xxxvl, Sh) Capital. .f3 75ffc 4 33 $ 4 -covery during th j ranip(.ign; it would, n Bonscarren, the leap. With difficulty she drew hers; the election, and it is too lato-.tmen. ., 4 735 23 TttlhJ, Cliapmcn (I. Kings x, 15 Trader. water 135 feet lelow. With frightand let go. ajp( Kentuckian, spoke French up on the window-si- ll object to it now. Tho Chicago platform if substantiated, have be.n worth tea .. Ji 30 3 75 3 73ft A 23 ChnrgorfN'utn. vil, 13) natter. ful velocity he sped downward, still ho!d though a N. 11. Dav, Of ct.rfol itnirn fuaf foremost, but in tfa ChattafltlehUy. fi 7M 7 23 , OOVs f, 30 was clear enough upon tho subjoct ot thousand voles in New York, whoro Cast (Ex. x, 4 Border. ing himself in position, his straight red nooga, Tenn., is lien rnnld descent lost her balanco and struck? 7 231i 7 73 0 TMft 7 25 Comely (Ts. xxxlii, 1 Becoming; flashing like an arroxv through thu I left New Orleans I had and Mr. Cleveland wasti they would havo don most good. form 8 OlMftlO 51 7.Wfc 8 00 S in my tli iwiveineiit on her shoulder nnd head. MoHWrnTeaf Cracknel (Livings xlv, 3 Cnko. ul reason very clear and emphatic in his inter He should have detected this mon9 OW.ll 00 n so is Conversation (Vs. xxxvii, 14) Mannor of air. Suddenly, and for what descent was pocket. As we were landing, Mr. Day The crowd drew back In horror at the disGood leaf 14 fOai'J U0 never 1m known, when tho 13 avl7 00 stood aghast Fancy leaf .. and sight, life. pretation of that platform. Democrats strous crime before he voted to confirm sung out: 'Hurrah ! look at the boys; there tressing middle-agewoman Cunning (Oen. xxv, 27 Knowing, skillful, about half complete, his friends were hor- is plenty of money there.' Mr. Bonscarren as large a worked with enthusiasm to elect their the nomination of Mr. Lamar as Secrenot Implying artifice. rified to see him loose his balance, s"pread said to the soldiers, 'Go to searching.' The appeared at a window to make tho ;nlwllnneon Ilenxu standard-beareDaysman Job ix, 22) Umpire or arbiter. and now that the tary of fie Interior. It is difficult to attempt to regain it, soldiors were native Macks, and sKke Enghis arms in a vain crow yelled to her to jump. Tho Despite (Ezek. xxv, 0 Hoproaehful, con- and then whirl around in the air and strike The first settlement in the State was at choice of the people occupies the Whito coaceiro how a man so sensitive as Mr. much lish, and were under the command of a tall wait for a rope, but she was too second Booncsborough, by Daniel Boone, in June, tempt. the surface fiat on bis left side and disapHouse, how unjust and ttnwwe it is for Frye oan reconcile to his eonsc:oncehis objected frirhtnfd to nndorstand. and in a white man. If any of our Discipline (Job xxvi. 10) Instruction. action in putting into an olica a maa individual Democrats to chafe or bolt. Discover (Ps. xxlx, fih Uncover, orkty bare. pear beneath the surface, amid a huge to being searched, his money and arms she was shooting through the airt only to 1777. fully twenty were taken from him by force, and there lie almost unrecognisably mnngleu on the wave of water that spurted Ear (Deut. xxl, 4 Plough. President Cleveland gives very gon- who has slain his ton thou and. The .Yews says that, since the prohibihnvo struck was a tree near at hand, and a lash was Itricks lielow. This was Mrs. Ann Bell, Ensue (Ps. xxxlv, 14) Follow after and feet high. The body must Th indications are that tho day for eral satisfaction. Us acts during the with terrible force, as the water eddied shaken show him that he would le tied who expired n the wav to the hospital. tion law went Into effect, no intoxicated overtake. GO. Entreat (Gon. xl, 1G Treat. two months of his incumbency aro the astern! mey of t'.e Maine gang.or around the spot as if a big ship bad up and to whipped.' As we were brought Almost every lion in her ltody was broken. individual has been seen in Eliaabethtown. Eschow (Job. ii. 8) Flee from, avoid. just gone down there. When Boyton saw ashore, in small parties, iWe remaining At this juncture two men appeared on the taken as an earncbt of his purpose to of those who depend on methods whiph Slcxlonn Urokprnjjp. The taxable valuation of Clark County Flats (Joel. Ji. 24) Vats. coat and building with (Num. xxxii. IT) fortltlcd.dofonded. tho body turn he threw off hisHo struck on board did not know what whs in store roof ot the iHirning overhaul Federal allairs thoroughly aud distinguish tlim, ha paused. Politics Fenced forlSSft is reported at $fi,9l,000, being IWall Slreet News 1 water. vest and jumped into the they lowered to which rope, an t for they, too, were forced to a hereaft-- r of a Fine (Job. xxvlii. 1 Jtoflno. be young nearly $?,000,000 more than was reported out vigorously for tho place where Prof. give them until If you are in Mexico, and you have give us a pure and cllicicnt public serv- will of a science, less let us trade that: lielow, "where the windows Flap (Ex. II. 3. 5) Heed, jrrass. President Bonsup hope nml ice. He has made him to carren their aproperty. mistakes in Irs more Odium disappeared, and waited for Fray (Deut. xxvlii. 2G Frighten. special reasons for deal ring to put somo taMe v ith a Itox at hand, Sullivan was endeavoring to restrain Josie last year. sat men like Fryo and BUiino Fretting (Lev. xiv. 41 Devouring, corrod- come to the surface again. The body came into whichat he dropped the ntonoy as Hawks and Emma Pinchbaok from Jumpappointments to be correct It is announced, in order to Kentucky-Unio- an one out of the way, any one at all posted remembered what asure, but when it is even in Maine ing grasped it. It was passed to him by tbe soldiers after ing. As the rope descended it came within up quickly, and the Captain burden the Presi- will be nde'atcd to private life. will direct you to a broker. Gallant (Ts. xxxlii. 21 Splendid, stately. spurned to use popular impression, that the "Bob, how do you feel? Ilow are you" of Goodmen (Prov. viL lt Master of tho ho shouted to tbe dying man. Thohpa taking it from our party. As it was easy reachtwo him, but he were at hand. "How much to make a cadaver of Senor dent has on his shoulders when it is Railway Company will ompky no weak girls never intended that the workmen should it when bouse. remembered what a mnss of business to speak, ever earn and be paid money enough to He accordingly swung the rope into convict labor. moved feebly, as if innn attempt Blank?" you ask. Gracious (Pro v. xl. !& Filled with grace. CONFLICTING CRITICISM- ' Hobergeon (Ex. xxvlii. 32) Coat of mall for and ajfew drops of blood trickled out ofjthe get away from Puerto Barrios, they were the hands of Miss Hawks, who clasped "As the market now stands, nbout demands his attention, it is wonderful A colored Methodist preacher, while sides of his month. Tho Captain knew at once robbed of w hat money they brought it, and was being lowered by the men carrying on n rovival at Hopkinsville, was thirty dollars," bereplie.1. that the mistakes have been so few. the bead and shoulders. President Cleveland' Administration IJe that death was near, and shouted for help. w ith them, in order that that door of esHarness (I. Kings, xxii.JH) Armor. on the loof above. As sho was passIn the first place Mr. Cleveland cn- tween Two lire-"How much margin?" arrestedgn n charge of grand larceny and lifehowHandy work (Ps. xlx. 8) Workmanship. A passing fishing schooner lowered its cape might also be closed against them. ing tbe windows of the third floor, torcd tho Executive oflice with a stafl' pro- boat and took Knop (Ex. xxv. 31) Bud or "Twenty-fiv- e par oent." and his unfortunate Tbe workat Puerto Barrios was commenced Some DemoeraU blame him for noi ever, a tongue of flame shot out, and, lodged in jail. He was sailing under an oQicers tuberance. against whom afterward companion aboard. Tbo You put np your margin and go avny, of Cabinet daring August and September striking her in the face, caused her to re- assumed title. Covering for drew up alongside, and theytug Kerchief (Ezek. xlii., turning Republicans out of oflice mow were trans- in July, butnot many men secured. In Oclease hei hold. Her fall was -broken by a G. W. Craig, a farmer, living near nud in a day or two you are notified that naught could ba said. In the selection were tne head. h'.1 for overferred to it. A start was then made for there they liegan to get their supply. colored man. who rushed undo- the falling Smith' Grove, was shot in the hack nnd Senor Blauk has dodged an assassin's bullet of his oflici.il family the new Pi evident rapidly and generally Laro (Ex. xxvlii.. the shore. There was not a sign of life in tober I,eas'ng (IV. lv. 2 Lying, falsehood. proved at once his sound judgment and looking some of the bast politicians iu was filling tip with people, and girl, stretching out his arms, thus saving killed bya stranger, and then robbed. and id ore margin is required or tbe deal Prof. Odium when ho was laid in ono o O'Donald ami Stalling knew Iww to get her li'. Both reseued and rescuer were Let (Ex. v liis honest purpose. Each Sscretary Lover (P. xxxviil. ID Intimate friend, not the berths on tho propeller. The little tiiera to Puerto Barrios. If a lalorer would considerably ltrmsed, but not fatally inTnE old building of the M. E. Church will be closed. Tho broker plays this on was imbued with tho spirit of rofornf, the party in the aftpointmeiits that hnvo of the opposite sex. stream of blood still oozed from between not go out to work he was denied food. jured. As soon as the rope was freed it South, at Nicholasville, is in process of you two or three times, or until your been miulryr Man of war (Ex. xv. 3 Warrior. aud each entered upon his duties with his lips, and his face was as still and pale Men were kickeJ till thev left sick vim swung into the hands of the brave demolition, to be replaced by Manner, with the (Num. v. 1 In the act. a new one, itiene3 has become exhausted, and thon genuine enthusiasm and a firm hand. The Independents fret and worry bo- line on Mean (Is. 11. 91 Common, lowly, not buso. as death. A thin, dark bluelong, and his beds to return to work. The system was Sullivan, and again he gave up his chance which be one of the finest in Central suys: alleft sido about twenty inches Food in goneral tortnre, but life was cheap. The of life and placed the rope in the hands of Meat (Gen. 1. one Pledged to reform, a rigid examina- oiMiee he'iiappene to appo.ni a inv men "Really, my dear sir, tbe assassination most perfectly straight, showed where b menof Kinma Pinchbaok, although the flames Kentucky. Minisb (Ex. v. 19) Diminish. only cost the company ten dollars tion into the books of the Government to office who are hard workers in tho had struck tfie water. It was the only Mount (Jcr. v. 6 Mound. about him all the It was President Bouwarren'a habit were growing hottersafely. Again the rope The Mason County Court of Claims has market ha been bulled until we can't was at onco instituted by the AdminisNeeslng(Job xlL IS) Sneezing. parfv and labored to make his olectiou mark on his body. Captain Boyton ap- each. us a monthly viit from tbe interwhile. She descended to pav fixed th&alary of the County Judge at think of k Uing Blank without another tration. Each department was cor jiSssible. " It) Grandchlldron. Nephews (Judges xii. plied restoratives and tried to get some ior, riding a mule. If unable to come himwas drawn up, and thir time it was believfifty dollars." Noisome (Vs. xci. 2 Hurtful. and nbout from him. After sent his agent to inspect the work ed that Sullivan whoe bmve acts had ex- $1,000 a year,S890. County Saperintondext Occupy (Ez. xxvil. 10) Hse, trade with, recognition You pay it, ami If the Senor hasn't rupt, and each Soerctary gave hi? per t Are these connietiitff and contraten minutes the eyes opened., and as self, he cited tbe admiration of the masses below, of Schools at mpii were worked in inii rmmrt. Th trade. to have you served the samo sonal attention to f o work of over dictory criticisms just? the dying man recognized Boyton, ho tried i porfumo. ten, seventeen or twenty, ami would succeed in freeing himself from the Ointment (Cant. i. Wjj. Shannon was arrested at Louisville offered more n jg noteworthy that the former com-to smile and said: "Well, what kindof a gangs of a man was told to do, be was exway he is given a fatal stab, and you aro hauling the account. The Secretary tierilous position in which he had, for the Offend (Ps. cxlx 163 Mako to stumble. whatever for counterfeiting. State has been kept very busy setting plainUcomeina'.ulyfromjournalswhich, Ouches (Ex. xxvlii. 2) Sockets for sotting jump did I make?" He was assured that pected to do. There were no "strikes" benefit of othrs, placed himeK. Therope expected to pay all funeral expenses and precious stones. the wheels of tho new diplomatiee jerv- - while pretending to be Democratic. it was a perfect one, and he answered nt Piirto Barrios. There were no was sncrfrMtniiy swung mto tus uanus.mm- L Chief W nALLEN, Louisville, persists in snd tho widow home to her ma. Fuddle (Deut. xxilt. 13) Small spade. be started . the descent amid the encourno church, no religious servii mtnistry. ico n mot on. luc soerctary pi tno. dojeatair.ClevemVU"iiA ralcstina (Ex.xv. b5? i acta cbUrJTwf th multitude. Tbe anv kind while 1 was were. i iWmnUji. Painful (Ps.lxxil. in Toilsome. nitalwasauoldragiced tent, infested with however, which bad aided in rescuing the iBi-fiL.- .. - iuu&f m-rtfl" .i J- -: ad. i rascamv in nis uuparuicuiir anu iias Poll (Num. v ' ii rrresiconc ueiimiHi wjrj iu il."T Those who" timed Odium's descent as it was lizards. Eli Lucas gets a life sentence from masquitoes. girls had lecoie weak through lis contactgnats and Prevent (Ps. xviil 5) Meet, anticipate. methods in the a "cleau sweep" of tic hundred thoutroduced busincss-L'k- e ...say a " Louisville for killing Chas. Manuel on great remerty wun tne names hjiu the was Purtennncc (E. xll. 9 Intostines, or in- watched from tho seconds elapsedthat just Quinine The sand conduct of Treasury affairs. from tho in sickness, and toe men were swiueu flciently strong to liear the young Mardi Gras night. four and for political considwards. 10) Living. Quick (Lev. xiil. time he slid from the railing until he struck with it. Ono poor Freochmau became man's weight A? he reached the windows has erations, he would falsify ths plodgoi Interior Secretary of tho (I. Sam. xxix. 2) Hoar guard. Reuben Johnson, Owensboro, sporting . llereward tho wator. found corrupl'on in the Pension on which he sought the votes of th-- . flightv with it, aud fled to tbe woods to die of the third stor. the- strnnds parted, and ltoad O. Sam. xxvil. 10)- -1 Jain. man, was killed by Charlie Richards, of in the" marshes of the Sau Francisco River, his body shot downwari with terrnic veBureau, in the Indian Bureau and people and was elected. Saving health (Ps. lxvil. 2) Salvation. The Exposition To lie Reopened. Old feud. five miles awav. There was no burial locity. His limbs were broken in several Cannetton, Ind., the other day. Scall (Lev. xiil, 30 Eruption or the skin, his of many in Ii he should fad to make his Adminplaces, and onlv lived an hour. By this New Oiileans, May 10. Director Gen ground. When a man died he was wraptetter. Two young Chicago men out for a lark department Reform- is being pushed istration distinctly Democratic, to carry hole was dug in the time a tarpaulin was spread beneath the Scrabble (1. Sam. xxl, 13) crawi. eral Burke was unanimously requested to ped in a blanket, a on the river at Louisville,were rescued from Scrip (I. Sam. xvii, 4(1) Wallet, or small withdraw bis resignation, but declined, spot most convenient, anil the body was fiery windows and Nannie Shenperd jumpvigorously by Mr. Lamar and his faith- out Democratic pri triples and to sce'e bug. away without ceremony. The woods ed to it and was saved Urn. Bishop, a watery grave the other afternoon, just ful assistants. The Postmaster-Gccera- l by hi ajpointmi.nts aud policy to press of personal business. The put mountain side about Puerto Barrio owing to Seethe (Ex. xvi, 23) Boll. window sill of the and found his department in the hands of Srinter, hung from the minutes, until the as their skiff was about to goover the falls, Several (IL Kings, xvi, 5) Separate. aid strengthen the Demoeratia Exposition will be closed May 31. The became so full of exposed decaying bodies for fully ten g Shcerdfls. xx, HV Shred, or f ragmont. partisan inspectors. These inspectors parly, he wjitld bo e jimlly false to tho him. by Boatman Leopold, of the 0 friends of the Exposition have raised must for a season be a more firemen erected a ladder and rescued badly Station. They refused to give their names the place Shroud (Ezek. xxxl. 3) Cover, sheltor. wore the powerful aids of Republican pledges which secured his election. face were expense of that usually unhealthy place to live m. His by subscription to meet and arms than Silvcrling (Is. vil, 23) Piece of silver. In for fear their young wives would hear of it. recover. will over next Rosa says that he made his escape last burned. He until carrying it magnates; and to get rid of these men (Gen. xl,3) llitumon. Mr. Cleveland accept j1 the Dcmo Slime arrival rebe iwben it will November, Stay upon (15. lx, 20) Lean upon. a fcbort time after the were exfirst cratij nomination. Without it ho woul I January, and has just landed in tbis counwas the Postmaster-General'- s A poor messenger boy, with a widowed Spoil (Gen. xxxlv. 27) Plunder. Jeffrey, of try. opened. Superintendent of the fire department the flames duty. Mr. Vilas has been equal to the not have been a candidate. He acceptStraltly (Gen. xliii, 7) Strictly. the Illinois Central Railroad, has teletinguished. On the firemen and police mother to support, who was employed by 5) Tent. task and has used the reform broom ed and n'antetl li'inudf ujon the DemoTanernaclo (Num. xxiv, graphed that the railroads and car comascending to the fifth story a horrible sight tho IV". U. T. Co. during the session ot our No Wonder Sha Died. Tablo (Is. xxx, 8) Tablet. vigorously. panies reaching New'Orleanswill subscribe GOING. met their gaze. Lying on tho floor were Legislature, last winter, at a salary of two cratic platform If h had repudiate ReySt. Louis, May IS. Mrs. Mntilda Tablet (Ex. xxx. 22) Armlet, locket. lOO.OOO toward tbo expense of reopening of eleven girls who, half Tho Secretary of tho Navy has made it he would have boen defeated. Tacho (Ex. xx vL 6) Clasp. nolds, an old woman of sixty odd years, the remainshalf burned, had , met their dollars and fifty cents per week, was, by a the Exposition next winter. Tho Citizens' X'orgot Something. smothered, Thought (I Sam. lx. .V Anxiety. his hand felt ou John Roach and o'hor special act of the Legislature, allowed fifThat platform declared that the funCommittee i still receiving subscriptions. was found dead in her bed on May 11, undeaths with scarcely a minute's warning.e ty dollars as a reward for his faithfulnoss. Tired (IT. Kings lx. 3TO Attlrod. Detroit Free Press.l millionaire jobbers, and has reformed damental pi inciphw of the Democracy and the sum required will be mnde up. The der circumstances which aroused suspiTurtlo (Cant- - II. The dead are: John Sullivan, aged twenty-onthe clerical force in his department must forever reum'n a? the best an 1 Vagabond (Gen. iv. 12 Wanderor. "What! You in mourning?" sho Board of Management hns paid off fifty per cions that she had lieen foully dealt with. years;Delia Lavnn, The Sheriff.! of the different counties of Vex (Ex. xxll. 21) Harass, oppros. cent, of its indebtedness, and lielieve that A postmortem was made, and her stomach Lavan, seventeen; Katie Lavan, fonrteen; tho State who execute the death penalties as she entered the car and caught Tho Secretary of War has made many only security for the continuance of Wonch (II. Sam. xvii. 17) Maid servant. the Exposition can be reopened next winter given to Dr. Charles Luedeking for analyLi2ie Handle, seventeen; Dollie Handle, upon persons condomned to death aro al- Bight of an acquaintance. important changes in his department, free government; denounced the ReAVcll (Dint. lv. M) Spring. ; free of debt. y sis. tho Doctor reported that he her twin sister; Katie Puntan.twenty-tw'o- Winn, lowed six dollars for the job. has not been publican pany and it methods and ror Wlmplo (Is. iii. 22) Nock covering, shawl. and the Attoruey-Gencr"Yes." Tillie Witty (Prov. vlfa-H- t Ingenious, clo er. had found onougllarsei', in tbe stomach Mary Puntan, nineteen; twenty; Lizzie slow in bringing about a new order of affirmed ths declaration of th Dcm "Some one dead?" eighteen; Fannie Jones, . Kentucky must be quesResult of Captain Boyton'sJoke. to kill two hundred persons, ami the The Governor of things in the Department of Justice. "Yes." cratic platform of 1S.W, "that tho liberal seventeen; Annie Mclntyre, sevention now is w bother the years old, serve four years, and thirty-fiv- e Confederate Home Halifax, N. S.. May 10. The inquiry of suicide, or was poisoned woman committed Meyers, Since the 4th of March all the someliody else. teen; Katie Lowry, nineteen; M principle embo l:oi by Jefferson in tho "Doad and buried, eh 5" by is ineligible for the next four years. 20. The formal the naval authorities regarding H. Mrs. Va., May She had a young husband with whom sho Bell, thirty-fivred tapo has been rolled into a Declaration of Independence and anc- "Yes." opening of tho Confederate Soldiers'" Garnet's experience In New York Harbor lived very unhappily, and whom she acpopulation of tho In 1SS0 the nntive-bogreu ball and put out of sight. Court tioned in the Constitution, which mako "Well, that's too bad! Died of llome, near this city, took place is supposed to bo closed for the present cused of trying to get possession of a little State of Kentucky was 1.5S9,131; the A Fight With Burglars. etiquette, introduced by Republican ours tho land of libcity and tho asyluna I suppose?" atIL E. Lee Camp of Confederate veterans, Vice Admiral Commernll favors sending grocery she owned, nnd some suspicion 39.16S; colored, 271,522. Cleveland, O., May 21. A special from n-born, Presidents in imitation of the forms of of th& oppressed of ever' nation, have "No of brain fover." investigatwith Aaron Wilkes Pot, G. A. R., of to the Admiralty in London the papers re- taches to him. Tho Coroner is The Franklin Favorite says: "On the Burton City, Wayne County, gives tho de"Dear me, but that's awful! How do you effete monarchies, has been replaced by ever b'en cardinal principles in tha Trenton, N. J., and city military, marched garding Lieutenant Gardiner's action in ing tho case. tails of a fatal fight with burglars at nn back of an old ewe that belongs to Mr. like my no.v hat?" dignified but simple customs, iu keeping Democratic faith. to the Home, where, alter prayer by Itev. releasing Boyton nnd the others captured early hour this morning. A clerk who Frank Moore, a farmer near this place, Fatal Boiler Explosion at Macon. In addition to tin?, the platform' J. William Jones, Colonel Archer Ander- in New York'Harbor, without taking them The nowcomer rattled on In this fashion with a free Republic. Tho thieves that son turned the Home over to General to Captain Hand, on board tho Garnet. In Macon, Ga., May IS. Another terrible slept in the store of James Connor, was can be seen a row of young corn, growing for twenty minnt s, and then left the car. lor twenty-liv- e years naa maue mum-selv- plelged the Democracy to "purify the Fitzbugh lice, who accepted it on behalf of the meantime LIoutennntGardinrrromains awakened at about one o'clock, nnd saw as beautiful as if being cultivated in some As it startad again after leaving her on explosion occurred here early this mornat homo about the departments Administration ir.un corruption" and. the Board of Managers. A large number under arrest ou board bis ship. The sentry ing. While starting up tbe engine nt tho several men working at the safe. rich soil. How tho corn got thero is a mysreform. tho crosswalk she mado vigorous motions have lied from Washington. to favor honest of distinguished invited guests, including on bond the Garnet that night received his employer, who. tery, but that it bids fair to produce a I Independent e of the Bibb Manufacturing Ho nt once arousd ' hastened Will any days' imprisonment, the severest cotton-miAnd so long as honesty, intelligence to the conductor, nnd whoa he had brought many Indies, were present. From this forty-fiv- e to his son, with there is no tioutit. This the vehicle to a halt, she said: Home veterans and tho military proceeded punishment the Captain can give w ithont Company one of tbe Ave boilers exploded, store. An attempt was made to arrest and Democracy prevail where once cor- argue that the President raiiit in duty No killing Frank Gibson, engineer; fracturing sitively true and did. not to Hollywood Cemetery, and participated referring tho case to a burglars, but tney mane a desperate "Won't you please ask that lady friend ruption and imperial living were the prove true to tho reform pro uiscs. hut! o the skull of "Wesley Johnson, w ho will die, Several other persons on the Garnet are held in the annual decoration of graves of Cons elnstic imagination ot our of mine if it was her husband or one of rule, the people of this country w.U not may without dishonor d 3rgard the po were r y in the matter and no charges wero and injuring three others. Tho brick en federates. being Decoration Day, ot the men ftVftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftW v the was wTccked, but tho mam and nun thieves. . ourConnor was tho children who died. 1 forgot to find find fault, although the Administration litical and party promises? preferred against tho Captain or any other thousands of persons visited tho cemetery, was building escaped injury. The damage to lmt. wounded. The dead man had j'ftBftftftftftftftftHftftLftftV of the Kentucky Distilling out!" person on board. does move slnwlv. and hundr.ds of Corta'nly tha pos t'oi takm by tho but there were no unusual ceremonies. tjillv Is estiuisrille, tho other day, the machinery nnd engine-hous- e . r.ntj the name of She didn't find out on that trip. rascals in Federal offices throughout the Independents in relation to a few apon his pernon mated at $10,000. One hundred and fifty Adams. Tho tin -- s secureu auoui appoint a committee to Insa-- e Child's Bloody Work. Frelinghuysen Dead. States are still drawing Government pointments soenn to imply that such is . persons are thrown out of employment. tion of shutting down tho 20. Mrs. CO. pay. For these Federal officers will bo their belief. Lono Island City, L. I., May Newark, N. J., May witii tho overproduction is con- Man and Wife Killed by Cars. renehnd in time.. and now that the de Is this quite honest? Are not SecreFrelinghuysen died nt his residence here Madison Lewis, colored, yesterday left her Maxwell's Extradition. For rf 4 asE.Hfc?lito appoint a resident represen baby in charge of her son, A frightful accident partments at Washington arc working tary Manning and Secretary Whitney DETR0iT,May21. at half-pa5 this afternoon. He passed St. Louis, Mo., May 18. Governor awav quietly, and without awaking from aged sir years, and her daughter, aged signed tho necessary pa- - happened this afternoon at tho Grand tative nt Washington. smoothly, tho time will not be long de- two Cabinet officers whom the Indetho deep stupor into which ho had sank four years, while she visited a neighbor. The Louisville Agricultural Works has to lie forwarded to Secretary of State Trunk crossing of the Holden road, resultlayed. pendents indorsed? Yet Mr. Manning1 late last night. AVhen she returned home sho found that Sers for the extradition of Maxwell, tho ing in tho instant death of Elijah Smith assigned. Liabilities and assetvunknown. Senator Eustijt and Mr. McLean may had for years beon a prominent aid Washington, Mav 20. Upon receipt of I the baby's .face bad been terribly cat by murderer of Preller. The Governorreconi-mend- s and wife, who were attempting to drivo Jim Hunt shot his Lewis howl, but the rink and the leaders of able politican. the "boss" of the Demointelligence of the death of her daughter with a carving knife. Tho that Detective James Tracy, of the track. Mooro, in tbe bend with a pistol, at KihvmflV St. Louis Police Department, and Frank It. across tho railroad hjive tinti lii riZ-L- . the Dcmocracy?as well as tho rank and cratic "machino." as tho Republicans --- j -t.la .trtntr. rji11rwl - v" f CTanhed Mrs. Frelintrhuvsen as follows The wound is not dangerous. file, remain faithfnl'to the party of re- insisted, and had eerta'nly had no exJive, nut tnni.it wm oe uornuij orwgurca. O'Neal, a well known St. Louis reporrer. Bloody Mexican Yaqui Battle. "The President and his Cabinet have just Mrs. Lewis has often acted strangely, and be commissioned to bring Maxwell to this It is a family fight, and the wife and stepform. Thcrofisness disaffection now perience in a National office. Mr. Guayjias, Mex., May 21. General daughter of Lewis aro under arrest for hoard, with deep sensibility, of tho death it is supposed that her daughter inherits in' country. They will probably leave here Whitney had also b;ca an active, than usual!crJfcffi"OHtf (J'a.) State. of your honored husband. Accept from sanity. The girl hns often remarked that about 2th inst., as tho steamer leaves San Corbo had a bloody engagement with tho complicity in tho wounding. -- Democratic politician and waa All in jalt each and all of Francisco June S. . of sincere tho baby should be cut up. n Mexicans Ynquis yesterday. MeFTFROM MAINE. All negroes. not an expert in naval matters. sympathy and condolence." were killed and many wounded. Tho Commercial Convention. Are we to understand that the IndeIn tho Bowers trial at Louisville tho jury Poundmaker Captured. stronghold of tho Ynquis was captured Tho Ascendancy of the Maine Gang Pass- - pendent principle of rePolitics Prohibited. Ga.. May 19. The Commercial Their loss has not been ascertained. Atlanta, returned a verdict of guilty of manslauch- Ing Away. St. Paul, Minn., May 19. Dispatches Convention met with IW1 delegates Washington, May 20. Commodore from Winnipeg state that Colonel Otter form is to condemn the appointment o! years' imprisonment. States. W. from twenty-nin- e jjr. Frye of Maine, is Senator from active and us'ful politicians in small Trnrton, Commandant of tha Norfolk yesterday made nn attack on i'oandmaker, Sresent of Columbus, O., was selected Y. Murder and Suicide. ns ic ball was dedicated in files, Navy-yar1 has directed the foreman of and after a severe battle captured him and temporary Chairman. A permanent orthat State.,, He belongs to a school of revenue colloclorships and to approve Pittsburgh, May 21. Franz and the foreman of laborers at took 129 prisoners. Tho battle was fought ganization was effected by tho election ot shot nnd killed the disreputable politicians of which Mr. such appointnnnts in Cab' net offices? of Sam Sanderson, near tho yard to deny, over their signatures, a in Eagle Hills, nnd Otter mado an nssanlt tho Hon. Philo Parsons, of Detroit, ns i Man MaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK boa these men nave It makes no difference that Mr. Becre-tar- y named Blaine is chief- Loss 3,000. statement that they were members of a re- against orders. Twenty-on- e Canadians President, and a Vice President from eacb a man He then Lepig, with whom attempted to mu to be a succesoiut ed. ballot-boxe- s, they ning promts' cent Democratic City Convention nt Nor- were killed and nineteen English. No State represented. not their hands in the GONE. ncil of Florence has raised mother, and concluded by commiti of tin Treasury, and Mr. Whitney folk or be discharged. The Commodore traco of the teamsters taken by Pound-maks to $250. cido. havo them deep in the public treasury; an exceptionally capable, efficient n week ago was fonnd, and it is has prohibited political discussions in the Intelligence. Foreign Death of the Bull Rudolph. a rencounter took place be when they are not concocting some yarat and says that any employe who supposed they have been massacred. Secretary of the Navy. Thjir ITexas Siftinss.1 The editor of a Buffnlo Chetenne, Wyo., May 19. Rudolph, takes a conspicuous part in politics will I, es F. Cleaver and a nagro at bull in the world, proptilking gchemo to plunder, they are manufact- present capac ty wa3 not known wo tho Gilhooiy nnd Gun Do Smith wero newspaper recently asked tho tho finest Hereford lose his position. The Telephone in Illinois. iam do uring some new slander. time of their appoiutin nt, yet erty of tbo Wyoming Hereford Associa- scribers lo namo the ten most impor- shot lUnnella Rnnnells. in which Cleaver in nn Austin restaurant. Spmngfield, III., May-1In the Sen- tion, died last evening, after a veterinary twice in tho kneo nnd abFrye has a certain facility of expres- not remember that the New England . Large Purchase of Silver. Europe?" asked How nbout the war in ate Mr. White's Telephone bill, provding surgical tumor of tant inventions of all time, ilore than in sion which, joinei to an utterly irre- and New York Independent press proWashington, May 20. The Treasury that no telephone company shall charge Isixty-fiv- o operation, waswhich a irom mm. eight hundred answers were received, domen, and Runnells knocked Cleaver Gus. taken pounds down with a boe, laying open tho scalp to imagination, Department purchased 006,000 more than three dollars per month, when " The situation is very alarming, al- sponsible member of themakes him a tested against them on recount of theii and the ten inventions receiving tho the bone. Both aro expected to recover. was vaiui;u ut. iu,w. Maine gang. politic if services and activity. valuable ounces of silver bullion for delivery nt the onetelephouo is used; two dollars and a iio though just now everything is in statu most votes were the telegraph, printing half when more than ono is used, and fixNew Orleans mint for coinage into standNancy Ray, an aged colored woman who quo," replied Gilhooiy. That State has been &o demorali7ed by Is it not true that Ind pendant-allow Sent Up. A cotton-gitelepress. stam engine, ard dollars. The price paid was ono and ing the toll on messages from one town to ot these conscienceless polit trans that it themselves to be tinrouFc'ously preu- IS. Mrs. Hnnting, tho phone, mariner's compass, gunpowder, lived in a shattered tenement in Louisville, One of tho ni03t intelligent citiia3 CniCAGO, cents per ounce lower than the another at ten cent, was brought up this t,,i,v.fnnnor. May sent to tho County Jnil representative of tho most oliucal was Austin got up from an ndjoining table, standi; as the disgraceful methods prac- diced against what tn y call "j not tolescope and photog- died suddenly the other day of heart dislowest rate fixed by bidders last week. Tho morning and passed almost unanimously. hold an incorrupt and Tho Coroner's jury ease, and before medical attention could and approaching Gilhooiy a3ked: app )intmcnls bc3auso f hey d weekly purchase of silver is in the hands o votes were in favor American politics. Thero they quest over tho remains of tho dead infant, raphy. Twenty-onFatal Fall of Scaffolding. the j er, ctu tion of the Democracy? reach her. Thero are various stories in of a commission consisting of Assistant " Would you bo kind enough to tell ma ticed in nothing. Bribery is w th them a and found that it ban come to its death of the steamboat, six for paper, two circulation about her age. One is to the where Secretary Fairchild, Mr. Burchard, Direcstop at Baltimore, Md., May 23. Scaffolding Aro they no; ioi 10 aeius- worKing Mrs. Huntthat State is?" for timepieces, and only one for tho effect that to their Democrat; bJCitmoi tn ir o u proja-tor of the mint, and Treasurer Jordan. used y for the first time on the now from neglect at the hands of miiter of course; for. sho had paa3cd her 103d year. " What Stato?" building, gave way, and several ing. Sho was held for action of Grand Jury. ocean cable. stnndards. oolites is one form of com - ,y,PJ.s nrfttnst the party, witch naturally .The Progress says that the mocking" Statu quo, I believe-yocallod it," ThB Situation Again Threatening. workmen on it wero percipftated to the mcrcc, and every man who engages in ; mduco them to wuh the destruction of. More Than One Hundred Icehergs. The Friends' Intelligencer, pub- bird Is more numerous In Todd County now " It is in foreign parte, sir." May 20. Rumors are ground, a distance of seventy feet. John t St. Petersburg, than has been known since the war. it. mint bnvas well as sell. 19. The lark lished in Philadelphia, contained a reti nnmnerati' onrani .ation and tho Rogers, bricklayer, was killed outright, "" " " PniLADELrniA, Pa., May t "Thnnks. Much obliged." t current here to the effect that the The Blnine is tbo representative the construction of some nw reform party negotiations bavo collapsed. It is ana oiners wero seriously, If not fatally Arascan, from Rotterdam, reports that markable list of deaths Fourteen offered colored people of Versailles have " 18 sea, longitude ' May 2, in latitude 45 deg., 'senior member, so to speak of the on its ruins? believed, however, that the rnmors origi- wounded. deaths were recordoi in regular order, ey for ato raise a considerable sum of monMr. T. M. Garrett of 48 deg., she sighted over one hundred large nated with the war party. The Svett preBut can thor consistently and with were given as follows; 83, children public school building for their Ga., has a cyclone pit, butWashington, jjaine jinn; when he makes a trade all Small-PoRavaging Montreal. icebergs, and bad to steer due south all day and the ages it is said to tn0 othcrs are bonnd by it. When lie honor ask in that work the assistance of dict au outbreak in Macedonia and Bulgaif tho Trustees of the town will 77, 77, 87, 88, 87, 9S, G8, 86, 89, 74, 78, be more dangerous than the cyclone. golj out bag and baggage to Tom Scott a Democratic Frcidont who was supMontreal, May 19. Small-po- x ria against the Turks and Greeks which is to keep clear of them. furnish tho remainder needed. 95 and GO. Of these fourteen deceased which will set the whole Slavon world in spreading rapidly in all sections'. of the Union College, at Barbourville, in the Part of his family and some of his (see jiulligaa letters) the transaction ported bv nearly live million Demo- a Medicine. city. The Health Department hasbrokea Friends it will be observed that tho "mouatain" county of Knox, occupies a neignoors ran into it on a carried the wnoie State. When expos- - irmts DCCanSQ 113 ww iuv xjc:iuuvi.tw i. down completely, but the Mayor, with the Paris, May 19. The French Academy oi youngest was 60 years of age, and the splendid brick building and has 130 students clap ot thunder and a puff. account ui Explosion. of wind, and ,lrn pame. Frye was Blaine's counsel i .ndbinte. and as uch plcdsitl k carry Mur-relGasometer assistance of theleading medical' men, is Medicine hns awarded a prize to Dr. 1,142 oldest 95. The sum of the ages is had to be carried out of it on account o j c,iijnfr for delay, wit- - out tho Dcmora'! jr plaltonn wn:ca of Westminster Hospital, London,Lsfox years, and the average is a little over enrolled. .. St. Louis, May a0 A gasometer at the endeavoring to check tbe disease. ; s t nesses, manufacturing tcstiraonv, and Hopkinsville has a Public School Li- gas, bis discovery that Bt Loais Gaslight Company' works exmade the norpatuity of thffDeraocratio j 81 years. Fatal Accident at a Funeral. remedy for angina pectoris. ploded. Two men were killed and a third ' quick and eager to do any dirty work, organizatio i its distinctive feature? brary, founded through tho efforts of a few seriously wooatled. A musician whose door-plat- o read Pittsburgh, Pa., May 19. During tbo : Tho bridal parlor of the new Kim- - young ladies, containing 500 volumes. Jlame a rottcn borough. In any jr. v. worm John A. Logan Elected. y services at a funeral the front part disgusted to 'G. Kiiiea by Lightning.. oau uouso m ah mia is uccoraiuu " bome literary entertainments are to be find Sharp" was much some envious other glate evtm ,n Pennsylvania. Frye, of tho house gave way, and sixtv-ilv- e perSpiungkield. III., May 19. John A. one morning that No man is at his bet till he owns i Blaine, Chasdler et al. would given for the long ago Pittsburgh, Pa., May 19. Thomas But- sons were precipitated into a cellarJSever-n- l Loan was elected United States Senator. the astonishing quotation: "The mel- itaextension. purpose of raisins money for rival had written under it -- "is A Hat. retired, to private life. They piece of real estate. Western World. j of were seriously hurt, two of lhm a ler was struck by lightning this afternoon, tave He'received 103 votes. The Democrats, did ancholy days have come, the saddest J Chicago Herald. instantly killed. fcnot vote. .the year." "si'p" iu -- B -- -- -- iira. pvwviw bnn i ''n New i York, May 19. R. E. Odium, Washington swimming-mastewho was well known at the Capital, and who taught the children o' President Hayes and President Garfield the art of swimming, jumped from tho great spun of the Brooklyn bridge into the Hast River tbL afternoon, and was killed ry the concussion. He only half an houc before he made tho fatal leap that ho had, perfect confidence in make tho fearability his to ful descent Tnti'l emergo from the water unhurt. Ho would thus ellipse the achievements of Sam Patch, and not finly win fame, but advertise himself and so help his business in Washington. The bridge authorities had taken precaution to carrying Erovent the Professor from the police oat by but ho eluded sea;UHE.a.diimv In front of him, LMtarlUe tcaf Tobacco Market. It was the new reporter who hnd come and - f NewjHp Burley sold up this week to 510 In, covered with perspirationpress. dust, as Terrib'e Scenes at a Fire in Oindes and tho grades above the last form went down to cinnati. ij4BEp'$jE31 handsome rise of i3WJ "Did it tako you all day to do that park New York, May 18. The Herald this detail?" snarled the city a morning published a story from Key Wst, jmszTxmem year, while trash and water-worSUty-Flv- o Men Taken by Force to Work on a Guatemalan Hallway, A Trae JonTnalUt. ll?an Francisco Chronlclo. sd ewtlfwo ayfwi a Fla., which gives au account of the kidnaping of Edward Santa Rosa, a youth of sixteen years, from New Orleans. Rosa relates a pitiful story, which, If true, would call for a full investigation by our Government. Rosa states that last September, at New Orleans, he was enticed on board n vessel, the Captain bf which offered to take him to Key WeU While he was talking with the Captain the others, vessel soiled, and he and sixty-si- x who had also been.entrAppod, were carried to Puerto Barrios, Guatamala, by the steamor Ella Knight. "Wo arrived at Puerto Barrios, Guatanlala, about sundown of Wednesday, Oetober S, after a voyage of a little over six days. Owing pnrin in Ywr fiiod and drink- - riiplOxJon, Fire and Death in a Establishment Fifteen I.Ues Cincinnati, May 21. At half-pa- ! this afternoon, a boy in Sullivan Printing Establishment on Sixth stree 'mm lBdeBSmt EjHpLiw 7 ks MlHV!Mtr ,TaJpjU!eaufe carrying a bucket of benzine up tho flight Of stairs; the benzine exploded, an in an incredible short time the entire stair way was on mass of llames, thus cutting off tbe escape of the seventeen girls at work in the bindery on the fifth floor and the printers on the fourth flooi. The girls In the bindeiy rushed, not for the stairway, but the front windows of tho building fully sixty fet from the . ground. HHHK itBHPHfl than 'taamm ranswcg tS. Main buoyancy editor. speak low," whispered tha fthe better grades oi or other styles oi now "special" in the C E.'s ear. "Oat on alt of the fact that to an A 1 suicide out in tho park defalcabelieved that the tion proba'ltly." "Great Caisar ! and we've gono to presa," grades has been it is becoming a gasped tbe editor. "Tho afternoon papers hat tho Burley crop will get a beat ou us "S-s-s- am 1 heavy styles have been know I couldn't get here in time for the ivmwmmm- - good supply, but in some- - last edition, so I just queered tbo find." what Mr d condition. If any seeming ir"What do you mean"''" rcgouA es in nrices have arisen it has "Why, 1 dra?gl t'js body into tbo beesBMnly on tbis score, hot thero.bavo bushes and it up with seast and been differences of opinion as to thints. A bloodhound couldn't fin I it. . le grades 6f leaf and also in Tomorrow we iovTV. ' vtskwnl tMnbnf nna ItfUn nrtlVA Tn.n..tAvn.cnmmrtlitnftrv .. . S l"K-t co-cr- o-l -- any of its prede- - "Not much 1" chuckled the reporter. "I tJLPirgridea 2VjtUTt5af. -r; sustain them3olves, not by brains, bH Ambition' tfrefMetlve or Thoso by audacity. Tha Mulligan letters aroj Personal richer in their exposures, more concluWho Attack .thgPrcaldent. sive than anything produced against Eustiv'bffLouiBiana, is in Tweed Senator or against Dorsey, yet Fryc, who onen revolt against tBemdministration, was partireps erimmu, is Senator from The Cincinnati .Snquirtr also arrays Maine, and Blaine is the recognized itself against tho 'Adgwistration. Mr. leader of hh party. President Cleveland has recently ap-- ( Eustis is provokcdbecAuse ho has not pointed to oOici a man from Mainoj been able to inUiwncJtuo President m who is jut now a Democrat. His prin- the matter of appoiatsients in Louisi- cipal claim to sttprort, and it is a strongi ana; whilo Mr. McLean, the proprietor one, is that he is an opponent of Blainoi of tho Enquirer", is Hgercd because of and has incurred hU displeasure. Per--t his failure to coQtrojtho Federal pat- haps he has done or countenanced ac4 ronage ot Ohio. Wjlh- - both these men tions which elsewhere would not boi personal ambition k fooen tho ruling commended, but as he live in Maine, under the corrupting influences of a! motive and now thA;sthey find t dvoaatv- - ho should bo without thfrcojpted nowcr in the Blaine-Frvthey lash the Ad-- j judged charitably. B tho appoint- r'rnmiii'ni. n lv" !ieir rnurht. But i ment he n rjmovod from tho impure ministration ww n wlio aspire to atnjopherc of Maine, and is thus given. how absurd it angrv because ! urn tor repentance. tbo statesmci 'ivajitt.t .BfanjQ: and Frya still feel that they they, can no J em-selves THE KICKERS e w-tum- r i i - - One-suck- er "e C2.V-Bro- tug-bo- at A Mie-fo- ro sixty-seve- Vice-Preside- 'HMti C, Civii-fcervic- c, d r, irty -- -- L'ouricr-Jomrni- U. . bud-shepo- d Boj-to- u 16-2- 1) 2S-B- and. New-Orlean- s nder. 1 29-3- of al-W- I.2)-He- rolyfvJ' io UMfi; I .Jabore-lvsoajUjlyJLran4-lWtVdtii! t"V i i;uajjy.'mj;nnnijij.t p 9 .- -- tug-bo- at one-ha- lf office-holde- rs - sub-divisio- - per-pcUr- tte Life-savin- to $IK,-00- i twenty-threo;Ma- ry To-da- al Opened-Richmond- , Gov-ernrae- ut e. m pnen-inoni- a, to-da- y. foreig- es Civil-Scr.-i- cc ll fair-mind- court-martia- l. blntn-abl- pisioi-suoi- y- - To-da- 1- gine-hou- se kill-'d- 1 jHHHHpir &raHKi " 1 - ni st Mar-niadn- ko to-d- ay , RAro-nta-- .."'r'j ...- step-fathe- r, 1 -- -- ;; 111 -,-- - "..y Har-rodsbu- rc clu-cie- nt Fifty-seve- & Civil-Servi- ce to-da- y, d, ship-smit- hs three-year-o- ld V er 9. 'VHI and-sucoessf- ul to-d- ay Bahy-Fartn- er u, one-quart- er I sewing-machin- e, to-da- y. ue-si- re - to-da- ac-ordin- c ; post-offi- ce n Anglo-RhssI- ub t i x Nitro-Glyceri- m l, nitro-glyceri- '" - brow-bcat'n- ( to-da- ,ad - u '"r$eer 5 "" b cooking going on, and her orderly plans frustrated, irritated her. If she had known her cousins were coming, sho GEORGE WAJIREN, Publisher. would have schooled herself a littic; but, as it was, she saw them descend disHICKMAN. : : KENTUCKY. from tho stag with may, and greeted them with the exclamation: "I never did!" "I wish I had brought my sermon on tQe fulfillment A SONG OF LIFE. of the law," said Mr. 'Elderberry that night to his vife "Martha says that Slake Hfo lonjr by noblo ilecxls, Mako it sweot by lovinjr: Zeland Vodecker'prcaches at East Gyp-sutWalk In paths Tvhore dm y leads, I remember him and I think ho Everomraitt moving. keeps up his Hebrew." But tho next Lifo is bhort In point of years, morning Mr. Tucker hitched up his Itittcr oft with sorrow; colt, and with his wife started for the Dim wo look thro mist of toar3 TVard tho drerl postofhee three miles away. It was noon when they returned, so tho It wore naught if this be all: Breathing, sieopinp, tvaklnjr: of the sermon on tho law was of Gleam of sunshine then n piU no consequence. In the meantime, the Hearts with anguish breaking; maid of all work had gon out to vis'fc Wore this all, oh ! then at boat tho wifo of tho hiredmau, and, in her a withered Uowor; Life's hurry, had left the kitchen door open. Sweeter far to be at rost From its blighting power. The hous took advanta"e of the opportunity, and hopped ia quietly till tho We may make it what wo will. Grand in strength and beauty: place was full of them. By some curAnd with sheaves our bosoms till ious instinct, Mrs. Tucker divined their Gleaned from Holds of duty. presence the moment she entered tho Make lifo Ion? by noblo deeds. house. "There's folks who wouldn't hear Make it sweot by loving: a whole menagerie in the next room!" And as day tho night sucoeod3, she axclaimed, scornfully, after a vigorOuward we are moving. Q. W. CrofU, ous use of tho broom. It'3 precious Chicago Inter Otmn. few times Tvc ever been away from home; but when J have Vve worked A VACATION. iuysolf to skin and bones!" At bottom Mrs. Elderberry was a very How Kov. Mr. Elderberry Em- determined woman, and when she said that evening: "Jonas, I shall take the ployed His Season of Best. stage for Flintville," her husband knew better than to oppose r ' Reverend Jonas Elderberry had her. Two days afterward, when he had preached in Flintville twenty years, and resolved to follow her?kreceivcd the imiuwuig note trom her: had never had a vacation. Sickness-ari"Sou must contrivivMoei-Jonas- , to romnlD away from Sndays. In tho .death had caused hiin to use a, few Sun- Orthodox hoinUL-Xjjj- r says: 'ir. orgasMIHjW-J- t days now and then, and after inuclr Jonas Klderbtr355iru? that bulwark or the faith, th(9flpw Church, is spendcot entirely free from acri- ing his vacation . ng. AU our pasmony, the church had decided on each tors, can not, we know, enjoy this diversion; one draw near to Nature's heart of theso occasions not to deduct any- but let each instead of huntlcgupsomo pulpit to supply while his churchhas generously given him thing from his salary, a concession time to rest. which was thought very generous, as IntheFIntvi!lonJri'n is the following We have understood he received sevon hundred a year, and it would seem, to givefrom parties qualified, information on the subject, that our highly esteemed townsthe parsonage rent free. Still those man, Mr. Elderberry unless some unusual brief respites from labor were not vaca- circumstance should expedite his return, will sjend tions. Thongh a quiet man, Mr. Elder- piscatorial his vacation in the exercise of the art.- berry was not without ambitions and After spending the night in pninful dreams. He sometimes wrote short consideration, Mr. Elderberry deterarticles and poetry, which appeared in mined to go to East Gypsum, aud find where, freo magazines and newspapers under the a cheap boarding-placdistractions that beset tho veil of "J. E.," and wore pronounced from tho he might parsonage, write out some by the editors "imaginative." So it verses that wore singing in his head, was not strange that ho often fancied and thus pay expenses, lie had weeded himself and his little wife, Matilda, onions all day Monday, and stemmed going on a real vacation, and looking currants all dav Tuesday, and felt that upon the mountains and the so. But in a sonse he had paid hU board. But these dreams were liko others ho had of he was conscious that Mr. Tucker and owning a reliable gold watch instead of possibly Martha felt that he was, as the ridiculous silvor turnip that ticked they phrased it, "living on them," and k away like a in his pockot, to remain longer was impossible. or of owning a home of which he could "I s'pose you'll have a vacation every speak proudly as "my house.' In his year, now your church has got started, sober moments and most of his life said Mr. Tucker when Mr. Elderberry was very sober, indeed he nover ex- announced his intended departure. pected to have any of these droams "You'd better come out in the country realized. again. You can board cheap, or work The children that had come to the for your board, if you want to. I'd parsonage had all died in infancy, and take ye. I sh'd think 'twould do yo perhaps that was the reason that there good to git up an' stir 'round after was almost always some one stopping takin' it oasy a year." there. All tho cousins came, even to Arrived at East Gypsum, Mr. Elderthe fourth and fifth decrees, and cousins berry was directed to the house of Mrs. reduced to their lowest terms, so to Mullein, who, it was said, desired ono speak; and this abundant hospitality more boarder. He was met at the door cost something, in spite of the fact by an elderly woman, who proved to bo that Mrs. Elderberry was the maid Mrs. Mullein, Senior- of all work; and so, notwithstanding the "Board? Yes. Professional man? seven hundred a year, and an occasional Yes.' said the old lady, in a high stacfive dollars from some editor, Mr. Elder- cato voice, as she led the way up stairs. berry's only bank stock was a few hun- "We may suit, and we may not. Julia, dreds in what was called, expressively, my son's wife, gives lessons. P'r'aps "back salary." you'll find out one those days what son's Flintville, though an old place, was wives are. When she an't banging tho little more than one long street, lined piano, or the children ain't, the scholars with white houses, well hidden from are. Tho piano's just under this room." the road by honoy-locnsShe opened the door of a torrid and poplars. The Orthodox Meeting-hous- e had re- chambor. ceived sundry coats of paint, but in "There's two sots o' twins, and ono other respects was just as it was the odd, and they rampage all over the first time Mr. Elderberry ontorod it. houses TMtlsJnuVs .idea of governThe people were conservative, and the ment The ydunjT?uiWi in tho room orthodox were the most conservative in back of this is learning the horn, an tho place; so they quietly ignored the when he's home an' hajalwas is oven- smart little pine box called "The :jngs he practices, or reads out loud Church," which had sprung up on one for his elocution. Probably you want sido of them, and tho squat brick build- a cool room? Hem! Weill This room'd ing around tho corner called the Halle- bake an egg after dinner; fronts west, lujah Chapel, and resisted innovations. and there s a tin roof. Anothor one of l?ev. Julius Suqnlcc, rector of "The Julia's ideas. Our price is eight dollars. Church," took a vacation in July; but as I think she wants to rant this room; he was an unmarried man, it was sup- but vou'd betUr come in later and see posed ho spent the time with his parents. her.''' As for the Chapel, its ministers came air. Elderberry did not return to Mrs. and wont too often to need a vacation; Mullein's, and. after long wandering, while in Flintville, as Mr. Elderberry found a little room in a house owned by read his sermons, it was known that he two quiet spinsters. But tho lot was "wrote them; but any male member of narrow, and on ono side was a inclo-deo-n his Hock, if asked his opinion of such and on the other wore four girls labor, would have said: "It must be and a dnlc'unor. In vain did Mr. Eldereasy enough to sit in the house, ami berry attempt literary composition. The write things out of your head, if you melodeon vhcezMl, while the dulcimer have been to college." As for tho kept up a monotonous: women, while they considered sermon-writin- g A too deep for the female mind, A pink!" they yet considered it something of the When a week had passed, having nature of woman's work, not a definite only a dollar and four cents left, Mr? business, but an occupation fo be takon Elderberry set out for home on foot. up at odd momonts, as knitting, or He had on his old clothes, but the minpatchwork, when nothing more impor- - isterial cut was unmistakable, and the tant was going on. old farmer who overtook him, asked, "ifaturo can not endure everlasting droop- dryly: "Hev a lift, Elder? I'm goin' ing," your way." and Mr. Elderberry had twice asked for "Hev "the dumbdest kind o' work a vacation without success, when Mr. help!" he grumbled, when Mr. Whitaker, of Chicago, after doing Elderberry had accepted his offer. "An' something very sharp in corn, sent his I've work for two men in the wifo to Flintville to visit her father. an' there's a sight o' cowcumbers spilin' Deacon Billings. "I never heard of a to be picked 'fore they're too big for the minister's preaching through August!" pickle faet'ry." she exclaimed, lifting her bejeweled "I wish you'd hire me to pick cucumhands. And the next Sunday the bers," said Mr. Elderberry. vacation was granted, although The old man laughed, incredulouslv; 'Squire Pogg opposed it, saying, if Tie aud then Mr. Elderberry told him h'is hired a man to hoe corn, he did not ex- whole rstory, at which the old man pect him to skip.overv other row. laughed again, and engaged him on the "Where shall we go. Matilda?" said spot for a dollar a day. Mr. Elderberry, the next morning. When Mr. Elderberry to "We!" exclaimed Mrs. Elderberry, Flintville his cheeks were roturned and brown tremulously. "It's your vacation. Jonas. brisk, aud Jie received I I don't see how I can leave. There's his step was many congratulations on the good his the hens, and the house, and the mis- fishing excursion had done him; but sionary and Consin Alzina Squire Pogg spent Thanksgiving with liable to come any day." friends near East Gypsum, and the next "My dear," said Mr. Elderberry, week a committee waited on the pastor. with full eyes, "If I ro anywhere you "Wo consider you've brung disgrace shall accompany me. on us an' the cause'' said the Squire. s .Wxhur&day ovening enma; 4aufr-Ir- ji feverelv, whuiPlfc.J!Hu "detanemvliat ho , i.iueroerry nau not succeeded m obtaining a cent from the "back salary." Hfe Jia'd, heard. "Theef 'thing you kin do Jfe, 1 is to resign." had been asked exactly fifty-tw- o times Wheu Mr. Elderberry had told the where he was going and when he would vacation, start: and there was in his pocketbook story of hismoney he and had explained had earned in the that the The Hickman Courier. AN OLD QUESTION. Why Does God Permit Satan and Sin to Exist ? Dr. Tulinage's Answers to Tlila Question, "Which Has Itothcrcd Many Minds Sinco Job God's Tatlcnco and Great Mercy. Long-SuITcrlng V " -lMl - imjl'IMi.JMlMTM-W.. - lllll ,. . i n. ab-scen- cc . d trout-Ash- e, town-cloc- ts The subject discussed by Dr. TalmaRo in a recent sormonwas: "WhydoosGod permit Satan and sin to exist when, with one blow, He might annihilate them" Tho text was Job xxi., 7: "Wherefore do tho wicked live?" Following is the sermon: Jon. Foor Job! with tusks, with stings, with horns, with hoofs all the misfortunes of lifo came on him at once. Bankruptcy, bereavement, scandalization, eruptivo disease so irritating that ho had to reinforce his ten finger-naiby a piece of earthen-war- o to scratch himself withal. His wifo took the dingnosis of his complaints and prescribed for him profanity. Sho thought he would feel better if between the paroxysms of pain and grief he would swear a little. For each boil a. plaster of objurgation. Probably no man was ever more tempted to tnko this bad advice than was Job, when at last his three oxnsperating friends, Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar, cntne to comfort him, saying in substance: "You old sinner, this serves you right. All this is because yoajaro a hypocrite. What a sight you nro! God hns chastised you for your wickedness." Tho disfigured iuvalid s lifts his swollen and puts down thel piece of broken saucer with which ho had been rubbing his arms and tolls his garrulous group of friends that it is often the wicked who have tho best health and tho most prosperity, and In this connection hurls tho question which evory man ami woman that ever existed has at some conjuncture of events asked: "Why do the wicked live?" They build up fortunes that overshadow the earth and confound all the tables on tho subject of longevity, somejof them dying octogenarians, or, perhaps, nonogenariaus, or possibly centenarians Ahab in the palace, and Kaboth in the cabin; unclean Herod on the throne, and Paul, tho consecrated, twisting ropes for ilanassah, the worst of all the Kings of Juda, lived the longest. Whde the general rule is that the wicked do not live out half their days, there are instances whero they live to a great age in paradises of beauty and luxury, with a whole college of expending its skill in the attempt for farther prolongation, and theu have a funeral with casket under mountuins of calla lily, and a procession with all the finest equipage of the city flashing aud jingling Into line, taking the poor'angle-won- n of the dust out of its hole in the ground with a pomp that might make the lssing spit it from some other world think that the Archangel Michael was dead. Go up among the great residences of our cities and read the aud see how many of thwn hold the names of men mighty for commercial r social iniquity. Vampires of the nineteenth century ! Gorgons of the ages! Every wheel of their carriage is a Juggernaut wet with the blood of those sacrificed to their avarice and evil design. Men who are like Caligula, who wished that all the people were in one neck, that he might cut it off at one blow. Oh, the slain! the slain! What a procession of libertines, of usurers, of infamous quacks, of legal charlatans, of monsters What apostles of desjKjliotion ! What demons incarnate ! Thousands of men who have concentrated all their energies of body, mind and soul into one prolonged and ever intensified and unrelenting effort to sacrifice and blast and consume the world. I do not blame you for asking the quivering, throbbing, burning, resounding, appalling question of the text: "Why do the wicked live?" ls eye-lidtent-making; phj-sicia- door-plate- s, c-- world-grabbi- ng .' WHY THE WICKBO long-sufferi- LIVK. - "Pink-n-punk-a-pin- k! Piuk-a-pun- k! pink-a-pun- k! hop-yar- d, long-desir- ed bed-quil- t: .. "Tilda," he said, coaxingly .L.i.1 s swei tIle eimj-gj- i missionary accounts, go and see Sister Martha." the committee were mollified; but there Though Mrs. Martha Tucker had been was still a rankling feeling that he had like a daughter in Mr. Elderberv's fa- disgraced the church. The winter ther's house, she was the child of his passed, and spring was blossoming into mother's sister. She had been married summer, when Flintville was electrified five years when ho married Matilda, by tho news that Mr. Elderberry had a and had soon afterwards visited them call to Gypsum Center, and was offered at the parsonage. When she had in- eighteen hundred dollars and a parsonvited them to come and see her, Mr. age. Elderberry had always intended to do "It's all come of that old Seran he so; but the Tucker farm was forty miles worked for on the Mile Strip, last sumaway across the hills, the stage faro mer,", said Squire Pogg to Deacon was an item to be considered, and his Harp. "Scran's Seacon in the wile always received his remarks on gypsum Center son 's Ghurch. 1 seen the . . .11 ( ! . .i n tT" l:ti iiiiinr an . piim ni . . 11 " L.a. . i"cu i old teller last week, "t'"-' an' sez he, I never ""i " LiimiiMii: nnnur. inf "irmrrnr itn rori srti ' had a man on tha place that put in tht? eluded that Matilda was prejudiced m,no iiu.i;i uui ry Ultl, SCZ " nuwu against his adopted sister, and was se- you want to drive your new preacher, cretly vexed; for Martha was the only Mr. Chubb, ont he, send one of his many relatives who had not him up lo me." -o' town, sez demanded some favor of him. Deacon .ejaculated "I don't want to go Ham, with an of his said Mrs. Elderberry, with unconscious head. "H he expressive shakefather's, can't o to his sarcasm. or his "You've never had a chance," said respectable, Mr.'lChubb or some'eres won't git no Mr. Elderberry, dryly. "But we've qol 27. to lcavo town Wore Sunday. We will vacation." Elizabeth Gumming, in 11 Independent. " only stay a few days, and I think Mar-ina wiuoa giaa io see us. -- The youngen of Birmingham. Mr. Tuckers desire to accumulate Ala., have a fSshionablo club and bv a monoy, with his wife's desire 'to be ItTgeinaioritrh'rTv,, voted to nrohibit Known as perfect housekeeper, had card playing andfinnor drinking in tho never been checked bv fiiililisi fin.T.ra club and Mrs. Tucker's naturally unsympathetic temper had hardened into someShort rule thia thing very frosty indeed. To unpin her summer, it 8kirtsro to be thewho care seerafjfand thoe aiee beds, and have her chairs thrust for comfort vfiUf be thankful, says a Intoaew places, above all to have extra feminine" corrQdent. --V. Y. Mai T. f & fifteen dollars andsoventv-liv- e cents. I I I l. "M-yehah- !" father-in-law'- s, . rooras.-.A1y,V- 05f. First, they live to demonstrate beyond controversy the patience of God. You rouse up and say: "I will not stand it any longor;" but perhapg you are compelled to stand it. God, with all the batteries of omnipotence loaded with thunderbolt? stands it century after century. Somotimes, I have no doubt, au angel comes up and legs that he may unlimber thebfttteries, crying: "Now is the time to strike." "No," says God, "wait a year." "Wait twenty years." "Wait a century." "Wait five hundred years." What God does is not so wonderful ae what He does not do. He has enough reserve cors to sweep from the earth Morinouisin, Mohammedanism, Paganism in one day. He could take all the frauds of New York City on tbe'west side of Broadway and in an hour pitch them into the Hudson, and all the frauds in New York on the oast side of Broadway and in an hour pitch them into tho East Itiver. He understands the combination lock of every dishouest money-saf- e in Christendom, nnd could blow it up quicker than by any oarthly cxplosive. Written all over the earth from East to West and from North to South, and all over history, are the words Divine patience, Divine forbearance, Divine It is a wonder to me that God did not burn up the world two thousand years ugo and scatter the ashes through immensity, its reroutes dropping Into other worlds and kept in their museums as specimens of a defunct planet. People talk of God as though He wore hasty with His judgmpnts and snapped a man up quick. No! Before the ancient deluge the people were warned one hundred and twenty years to get aboard Noah's urk. AVhy do the wicked live ! To make tho overthrow of sin more climacteric. They must pile np their mischief very high so that whole communities may see it; very high so that all continents may see it; very high so that all the world may see it. The higher It rises the harder it will fall, and tho greater the vindication of righteousness. Sin is not to be permitted to sneak out of the world in silence. It is not merely to resign and quit. It is not a case to go by default because no one appears against It It is to be arraigned, handcuffed, put in prisoner's box, condemned by the verdict of all tho good, and gibbeted so high that if one foot of the gibbet stood on Mount Washington and the other on the Himalayas it would not bo any more conspicuous. About fifteen years ng t wo had an Illustrious instance of how God lets a man go only to make his undoing the more impressive as a moral lesson. First an honest r, then Alderman, then Member of Congress, then Supervisor of the city, then School Commissioner, then State Senator, then Commissioner of tho Department of Public AVorks. On and up, stealing thousands of dollars here and thousands of dollars there, swindling on tho largest scale of malfeasance ever witnessed in this country, so thatthe now City Courthouse of Now.York is a monument of municipal crime, having cost more than tho Capitol at Washington or the Parliament Houses of London, nnd running the city debt from 55,000,000 to $07,000,000. Now he stands high up in raillionairedom. Country seats, terraced and arbored and parterrcd to the water's brink. Horse3 enough to stock a King's equerry. Grooms and postillions in full rig. Wine cellars enough to mako whole Legislatures drunk. New York politirs and finance in hfs vest pocket. He winked, and officials went down. He lifted his little finger, and ignoramuses took high place. He whispered, and at Albany nnd Washington people said it thundered. Higher up, and higher np, until pandomonium seemed about to adjourn to this world, and there was somo prospect that in the Satanic realm there would be a chango of administration, and that Apollyon after holding dominion so long would have an earthly competitor. To bring all to a climax, a wedding came In the house of that man. Diamonds as large as hickory nuts. A pin of sixty diamonds representing sheaves of wheat. Musicians in a semicircle, half hidden by a great harp of flowers. Ships of flowers. Forty silver sets, one of them with 240 pieces. One wedding dress that cost 5,000. A famous libertine, wh,Q owned several long-sufferin- g. chair-make- Long Island Sound steamboats, and not T landau at the front door of the MpalcBer long before ho was shot for his crimes sent and pass right through to the back as a wedding present to that honso a door of the aepuleher and there get frosted silvor iceberg with representations into a celestial turnout, already bitched of Arctic bears waiKing on j;,i up, to drive tandem Hp the primrose! handles and ascondinc the hills, one glory riding as lackey ahead such a convocation of bronzes, of pictures and another glory riding as postilion beof shawls. Tho highest rate of Now York hind, while that poor woman who supsplendor rolled In upon the scene, ported her invalid husband and helpless recoiled never again to rise so high, and .flat at children by taking in washing and irontho moment when all observation of earth ing, often putting her hand to her side, and holl was concentered upon the scene where a cancerous trouble had already beeternal justice, impersonated in that won- gun its work, ami falling dead la to one der of tho American Bar, Charles O'Conor, night while trying to get one of the chilgot on the track of the offender First dren's garment ready for the Sabbath arrest; then indictment; then sentence of day, and going afoot into the front door twelve years' imprisonment on Blackwoll's of the sepulcher, is to cross to its back Island; then suit ngainst him for door and find nothing waiting no one to then Ludlow-strejail; then 'return say: "lam glad you have coaie," and under the tight grip of tho constabulary and no one to show her the way to the King's death from a broken heart in a prison cell. gate. It can not Ik?. Solomon bemoaned Allowed to go ou until all tho world learn- the Princess afoot and the beggar ed as nover before that tho wm- - t hn and there must be a time when the transgressor is hard, that dishonesty does right foot shall get into the stirrup. To "uu inuuuuub uiviuenU; lilOU I dem rastrnte to all the world that there had better be an industriou jiika must bo another state for rearranging on day's wages than a esn inequalities, God lets the wicked missioner of Public Wo locket8 crammed with SrQ C.IVE TIME OR RXPEXTAXCK. AN' HISTORICA" i'ts the wicked lire for the reason How proudly in 'has let us live to give us time for name of William V w uat would you and I have S3, dator of Franco and. Go 1 haJ follow.Hi sin with hiiutedi- i, .. Victor at Hastings, t iini, h mercv uou inan. ii' . i..n ji I. .9 crown, driving peoptH in 1 3 th i Canticles, the thxrt foot of that ho might havo n gai li.k whi-- He goes to save! He a Doomsday Book by whlcl ves as though hoppled by great languor put under despotic espionagi sMMBPfni infinite lethargies wheu He comes to a joke at his obesity; proclaim, war. punish. I celebrate God's adjournments. nnrvest-neiu- s nnu vineyards un- and God's post;oneuientB, and God's put der cavalry hoof until nations were horror-struc- tiu off of retribution. The slower the But at that apex of renown, while rail train moves the better if the drawho was riding one day his horse put its forebridge is off. Lst our imuatiant criticism foot on a hot cinder and plunged, wound- of Provulanc beeauM that man, by ing the rider against tho pommel of the watering sftoejr, Hiakac a million by one saddle so that ho died, his soa hastening swoop, and keep it, awl tfeam other to England to get the crown before his men roll in bloated arrogancs all Imfather's breath ceased. their days, m exchange I for gratiThe perial conwe, coflinless, carried in tude everlasting that God did lot a cart, and most of tho attendants us live when we deserved nothing leaving it in the street at a but capsizes and demolition. How long that they might go and soo tho havo you lived imiwrdoned? Fifteen conflagration. The burial in tho Urarch year-;- twenty years, forty years, sixty built by the Conqueror interrupted bj years. You have lived through great resome one who cried: "Bishop, jnan ligious awakninss, through domestic calamities, through business disaster whom thou hast praised wi ithrouh alarming illness, through provi- very ground on which we, ;i encv-- ( that startled nations, awl living mino, and is the site wlti strangers to God aud duty, and itn house stood. He took I .erlH'Tte for a future into which at any lenco to build this churi you may be precipitated. Through claim it as my right, an God I forbid you to bury hi m mm.)attrtmr csu3 Christ get yonr nature revolt! A ''. t. T him with my glebe." "Go mmnjuw 'nldand transfigured, for God some- ambition of William, tho Conqueror "Gj tun s chauges His gait, aud instead of the up by way of a throne. Go up by way of deliberate step He becomes a swift witcriminality. Go up by way of revenue." ness, and people in your utate may be sud"Come down," says God. "Corao down denly destroyed, and without remedy. by the way of a miserable death. Come Give up your war against God and have Him your eternal ally. When Kiug Phildown by the way of ignominious obsequies. Come down in the sight of all na- ip, of France, led his army, with bo hi tions. Come clear down. Come; forever and arrows, to fight King Edward III., of England, at the moat critical time in the down." So all around us, though on smaller baUie a shower of rain so dissolved that they were of no scale, the wicked are allowed to live so tiie that their overthrow may be the more im- effect, and Phillip's army was worsted; aud, my hearers, all your weaponry will pressive, memorable and olimaeteric. be as nothing when God rains upon you SATAN. And what 1 say of sin may be said of discomfiture out of the heavens. But safe are those who nava God for friend Satan, ite author, sometimes called Abaddon, the dragon, the 8erent, Apgjlyen, the instead of foe. The chariots of God are prince of the power of the air. That there twenty thousand! Chango allegiance. is a commander-in-chie- f of all evil no one Take down the old flag and run up the will doubt. Whatever you call him, this new one! The American Congress, durmonster is abroad, and only for destruc- ing the time of the American Revolution, tive purposes. My little child .of seven were for long days in anxiety to know years asked her mother: "Why does not whether the army of Washington or the God kill the devil at once ami have done army of Cornwall! would conquer, anil with it?'' In less terse phrase wejhave all wheu the new Mnally arrived at the door asked the same question. It is.prom'sed of Congress that Cornwaltis had surrenthat he shall le put back Into the pit and dered awl the war was over, the dropped dead from joyful excitechained. Why not heave the 4d miscreant into the pit and into the dan now? ment. Oh ! if this moment the long It would seem that he has done eaough to between your Ami whI God cow Id terclose up the 2bapter of infamy. 'Jills work minate in your surrender, the glad tiin tho last half century wouldniake an dings would soon reach Heaven, and nothappropriate peroration. No; God Is going ing lHit the supernatural health of your p glorified loved ones could keep them from to let him get to the of alfjtodeavor, and theu, while all the earth and all the proutnuion, from overjoy at the dose of solar systems and all foonstella-tion- s die SRiritoal hostilities. and galaxies and thel universe are watching, hurl him dfwa with "TRUST." violence arid horror enough to teach five hundred eternities that th.rniot A Comedy TraiMlnted from the ItHSslan by acute and prolonged and stupendous (orft It. Sims. against God and righteousness London Metered shall come down into a crash of everlast- Scene -Si. Petersburg. ( 7V Czar d!- ing ruin. God is not going to do it by covertd pioUtmg about time he was. Mil- piecemeal. He is not going to do It in iUuy mtd diplomatic coHspiralori grouped small skirmish. Ho is waiting till all the around Mm.) forces are massed, aud some day Csar The news from Afghanistan is dewhen in confident and defiant mood at the licious. Ha! ha! I think we're caught the head of his army this great Goliath of hull British weasel asleep. stalks forth, our chanqnou, the son of Military Conspirator It is a splendid David, will strike him down, not with coup, sire; bat there ought to have been smooth stones from the brook, Iwt with a more slaughter. fragment of the Bock of Ages. Yet this w.ll Diplomatic Conspirator We must prenot lo done until the giant of evil and his tend, of course, that it was all a mistake, holy antagonist stand fully within sight of ami that we are still anxious for eace. the two great armies of Heaven nnd hell. Csar Certainly. My dear lwvs, if you This tragedy is only postponed to make can only keep on humlmgging the British tho scene more warningly and tremen- Government, India will lie ours before the dously climacteric. That is the reason negotiation for jwrnce are concluded. Jnst u hy God does not kill the devil. It is not wire to Gladstone that we triirft this unquit time yet to kill him. Be patient. If happy incident will in no way interfere God can afford to wait, you can afford to with the present negotiations. (They wait The clock of destiny strikes only wire.) once in a thousand years. Scene 2 Dover. JtumUt army disANOTIIBU RKASOX. covered UauUuy. They take nossesmoa oj Sometimes God lete the wicked live that the town.) they may build that which righteousness Csar Dover is ours! While we are nemay appropriate for good ii'WS. At the gotiating with the Government we have last meeting of our Church Court we were got as far as this. Now attack, the gartold of a college started at the Far "West rison by Infidels. There was to bo in it no nonGarrison Here! "What are you doing? sense of chattel prayers, and the obsolete Csar Nothing; it is only an unhappy Bible was not to bo found there. The incideut. faculty was made up of tho enemies of Garrison But we are not at war with Christianity. The college buildings were you? Yon are not expected here. Wears reared and tho work bsgun. But such an unprepared to receive you. institution could not prosper. A minister Czar -- Quite so! It is a little error of of the Presbyterian Church was In a bank judgment ou the part of our Generals, but, one day on business, aud ho overheard as we are here, I'm afraid we must an adjoining room the Coll aughter you. liarrUon is tlaugktered Trustees discussing what t! r a thsperate rerilanee.) dn Willi Miir rnll.ifrv n filter Mr. (HmUlone, out of brtath.) mako it go any longer. ladstone Here, hold hard! What the "ljet us nanu it ove: ens are you doing? terianS," prefacing th Czar Ah! How d'ye do? I'm very sorry torian" with nn unhnpp there's been a mistake. We've captured motion carried, and Dover and killed the xarrison, but I trust built as a fortress OTHPpHTf th incideut will not interfere with tha has become a fortress of old fashioned. continuance of our peaceful negotiations. orthodox religion. The devil built Gladstone (hesitatingly) Well I er it, if. So I don't know. I must go righteousness captured back and toll there aro in our cities very expensive Parliament. If you're no careful, you the architecture and the fur- know, you'll go too far, and wo shall havo niture and all tho equipment a bedazzle-meto declare war with you. of wealth, employed in making gamCzar I hope not. Things are going on bling .and dissipation respectable. . But at'prbsent I mueh, prefer fret not. Theso buildings will yet be free so pleasantly they aro. libraries or hospitals or galleries of puro them loft as Scene 3 Loudon. ( Triumphant entry q art. Observatories have been put np at the Jlassian army.) vast expense by monomaniacs of atheism, Czar Forward, my brave troops ! Tho and, the first you know, thoy are in. possession of Christian science. God said He citv is unprepared. Sack it, aud hoist tho . Russian standard on Buckingham Palape. would put a nook in the UQjae nacherib and turn him AjysMasBSH (Jhs Imperial Majtsty's directions are C'1.1 ern Seunacheribs of izcus--Vhave fought like brave have a hook in their but we are conquered. Wo did not this way and that the ltussians nere. We understood Great marble halls c not at war with them ye. (Ptfiifc amusements will y &tacL Exchange.) religious assemblage. . ilr. Gladstone, more out of breath sin will surrender u than ever.) with which Oliver Cronf" ad stone This is too bad. Upon mv on the field of Nasoby word, I will not answer for the conselet His euemios bo scatte: tho worst men God has borne; Wwroa- - quences. (Angrily) I thought we woro cial mission. Witness Cyrus andNebuchad' still negotiating. Czar So we are, dear boy, and I trust nezzar. "With tho bayonets of a bad man the Bastile was pried open. Some of the this unhappy incident will in no way inmost selfish and wicked merchants havo terfere with the continuance of negotiaby their talents oponed new fields for law- tions. For the present, my dear Gladstone, you will be ray guest. Seise him ful commerce God lots tho wicked live that all may (Guards seiso Mr. Gladstone.) Gladstone I protest! This is decidedly understand that thoro must be another world for adjustments. So many of tho an act of war. Czar War, dear boy ! Nonsense ! Nothbad up and sp many of the good down. There must bo a placo where brilliant ing is further from our thoughts. I nui sconndrelism shall bo arraigned and inno- simply going to send yon to Siberia, aud cence arise from under tho heel of op- put you down a mine. I think the solitudo pression. Common fairness as well as will be agreeable to yoa, and, unintereternal justice demands it. To the Grand rupted by the clamor of rival politicians, Assize wo must adjourn the stupendous yon will be enabled to devote the reinjustice of this life. They are not righted mainder of your days To a continuance of here. There must bo somo place where which I trust nothing they will be righted. God can not afford will interrupt. to omit the judgment day or a reconstruction of conditions. You can not make me A Newman woman planted potatoes believe that that man, stuffed with abomiwhile her husband rocked the baby and nations, having devoured widows' houses sang, "Hoe 'em, Hoo 'em, Swoet, Sweet and digested them ami looked with basilisk Hoe 'em." JVetcwan Independent. That's or tigerish eyes on his fellows, liking a better than running in debt for tbom nnd music so well ns the sound ofifcreaking then singing: "Owe'em, owe'em, Sweet, hearts, is going at deathto got eat of his Sweet owe'em" Whiteliall Times. llMBBiBHMIre i. A Teutonic Pass. die-age- Educational Item. SDoonv, COOO-00- 0; et ij UBBjjnBjJ QCrnHd mSK k. fire-alarm .! -- , j bbh C-a- iiHfi i mo-nlpi- nt i bow-strin- gs floor-keep- er 'No, ercntlempn " nTi.ii;m Ono of tho most efficient division M ia d the Army of the Potomac, as organized man. who was tjdkino- - tn by Gen. McClollan in the fall of 1SG1, crowd onAustin avenue, "nothing in tho was that commanded by Blenkcr, who uwjuia mance me to allow one of came at tho h'ead of the First Ger- my Children to fntnr R colinnl.rnnm fn man Rifles of Now" York, about eight the reason that '' hundred strong, and became the ?, .hire a teacher to come to tho some twelve thousand men, house, interrupted one of the crowd. Ho, it s not that It's becauss noarly all of them Germans. Like the " children of the captive Jews, who spoke hey are too sickly to go to school," "half in Hebrew and half in tho speech exclaimed another, excitedly. jNO. that's nn ,.. of Ashdod,'' these Teutonic warriors :.!. had a vaguo idea of the English lan- JN o child of mine will ever attend school, ., guage, and their stjie of challenging - .,,vg was unique. As I was going the grand "Because you don't want them to bo rounds with a lady and gentleman from their daddy." "No, gentlemen, tho reason is becanso Boston, we were "passed" through all the pickets on tho Lcesburg turnpike on t vo notgotanv children . Texas Sift- the presentation of a free season ticket ingt. on "a railroad route, which was first no Scientific American approves of . shown by accident instead of tho legitimate pass from headquarters, nnd after- J."0, Proposal to establish a chain of light-shiacross tho Atlantic It cons. wards to test the knowledge of the "Yah! dat ish good forvart!" siders the general idea good, and, as to was tho. approving verdict after each its practicability, it states that the with light-ship- s proves that a ostensible careful axamination of the vessel properly constructed may bo card. litn. Ferlcy Poore. made to ride out tho fiercest storms at anchor, save upon rare occasions, and He Practiced Economy. that the light steel cables of recent conA factory owner in Illinois went up struction have been successfully used to to Chicago last week to raise a couple anchor ships in the deepest water "off soundings, of thousand dollars on a third mortCoxqressiian JICTCiiLER, of Pennsylgage, but he only found ono capitalist vania, states that a severe cough leaves at willing to advance tho monoy, and ho onco'when Red Star Cough Cure is taken. wanted security outside of tho tuort- Tin; Cincinnati Enquirer has Information "Give you a chattel mortgage on my large that Canada would like to swap a assortment of Riel Indians for wood $3,000 turn-outsaid tho man. en, ones., ;f'The horao might die." How Talci You rc, . "Woll, my wifo has SG.000 worth of igfrjlnontlv dno lady t-diamonds." 3iflplftr- - Tho faCS IMPrTfPaaant atCL Yes, but in case of disaster she might to hao mention, but still tfie act may bo a make trouble." kindly one, for it sets tho ono addressed to I've got 10,000 worth of paintings thtnWnf. annriscs hur of tho fnet thnt clin Is not in good, health, and leads her to seek in mv picture gallery." a reason therefor. 1'allor Is almost always "No good." upon tho first stages of consump"Might take a second mortgage on attendant system is enfeebled, nnd tho tion. Tho my blood is impoverished. Dr. Pierce's " Gold"Not without outside security. en Medical Discovery" will act as a tonic impoverwill enrich Haven't you been a littlo roeklosa with upon the system, restore ro3es thetho choek. to ished blood, and your income to indulge in so much extravagance?" PEasoWAli paragraphs In tha Dutch "Extravagance! Groat Scots! Why, newspapers aro put under tho head of I've cut down wages three differont "Meinheer Matters. "Detroit Free Prett, times within a year. Wall Street Xewt. I Lnro Her Bettor than tlfo." don't you do something The process by which calf and toWell, then, whyroses to her cheeks and back tho skins are made to resemble alli- thebring to her eyes? Don't you soo sho is other light gator is as follows: A photograph hav- suffering from nervous debility, tho result A bottle ing been made of gonuiue alligator hide, of femalo woaknews? Prescription"of Dr. "Favorite will a copy of it is produced in bicromated Pierce's those pale cheeks and send now gelatine, which gives in relief all the brighten life through that wasting form. If you curious markings, and from this latter love her, take heed. relief representation a metal die is readi-" WnAT Is thero in a mince plo?" asks a executed. This die is pressed heavily on the cheap leather, with the result of household journal. By the way, we havo been rather making it look so like that manufac- always Boston Post. curious to know tured from tho skin of the alligatoras to deceive experts unless it is handled and , Fon Bronchial, Asthmatic and Comvlai.nts, " Urotck's Bronchial examined. Any suitable stain can be Troches" manifest remarkable curativo imparted to the lictitious product. properties. Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. miadeiphia Prtst. , . t "Life" asks: "Did yon ever see a A Mexican historian makes a nott salad dressing?" Oh, yes, and a turkoy attempt to show that America was dis- stuffing, too. The Judge. covered in tho lifth century, A D., bv a in 1 rainuteoc Pike's party of Buddhist monks from Afghan- Glenn's TooTOAcnE Drops curebeautifies. 35c. SufpJn Soap heals and istan, of whom one, Hwui Shan, re- German CornJBbmo ver kills Corns a Bunions. turned lo Asia after an absence of forty-on- e years. 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WILHOFrS ii such as Chills and Ferrer. FtTtr and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb Cams, Intermittent, Remittent, BDlous and all other Fevers caused by malaria. It U also the safest and best cure for enlarged Epleen (FeTer Cake). General DebUlty sd Periodic KenrtlcU. CTorSalebyaUDragslstA FEVER AXD AGUE TONIC A warranted cure for all disease caused by malarial poisoning of tte blood, Sfl! fl!PRQirirff'I'A'B's:oaeir,pT'rsi cemm V1 A. W. UcCOBUICK. C SON. Ct&clncaU, Osdo. isslons ; Iseae rtcn It J Increase; experience 19yers; and or no fee. Write for circulars and laws. SURE W1XEIUVY, Charlotte. North Carolina. dress .1. M. CUREKSS3& fllWnnn ,Knl,r.n Treated and cured without tho knffe, nook on treatment tent frre. Adorns F.L.POSD.1LD, Aurora. Kane Co, tl bSbbbbHbbSh CHAS. F. KEELER,roD.i Chicago, 111. AsaaaaaHlf (Vf? mlmi I " flHItflA&IA E. PURGATIVE NEW 1'OKK. FLOUR State and Western. ...J3 4 Good to Choice GRAIN Wheat No. 2Chicago Corn No. 2 mixed Oats mucod rORIC Mess 45 30 No.2red 1 1 LARD Western steam CHICAGO. 65 30 12 00 & 03H8 ii 3 65 5W TO PosItiToly enre SlUcraaness. and all LIVSK and BOWEL Complaints. vnT.taTi, BLOOD POISON, (ONE PILI, A EOEE). Complaints these oaro no equal. "I and Skin Diseases Cathartlo and Llr.r Pill.Por yrmalePalmer. MontlceUa. PUla find them a valuable Dr. M. Pla." In my practice I nee no other. J. Dennlaon. J4U.. UeWltt, Iowa." T.Bold eTerywhere, or it by BaU for 25 eta. in atazaps. Valuable iaxormatloa j, g. JOmfSON St CO., SOflTOX, Ttfltftrf, rHIidUWd!M R. U. AWARE THAT PILLS 1 03H " 57 & 47 25 012 7 02H 71 tfemiariFllXX. Loiillard's Climax Plug bearing a red tin tag; that Lorillard's Roan I.rnfUnc cut: that Lorillard'a Karr Clipping:. nnd that Lorlllard's BQB&t.ar Sbe Jeat and cheapes t. quality considered I cxpeasrapua tujMtu, yana goods. So capital required. ucnuu ukJ Salary paid AMONTH 5 00 and Western.. ..54 25 9741 43 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red SO" $0 No. 2 Chicago SpringH Corn No. 2 8H Onts-N- o.2. 31H 34M 72H Rye PORK Mos3 1110 01115 6 TM 0 75 LARD Steam FLOUR-St- ate V7.maiatw,Mr. Ware Co., Woahtntrton SU. standard Silver Itostoa, Maaa. AJuK-- E. 1031- ,- BALTIMORE. FLOUR-Fam- My GRAIN-Wheat-- No. Corn mixed Oats-mi- xed 2 $3 S5 tM 41 75 those-negotiatio- PROVISIONS-Fork-M- oss Lard-Roll- ned ....13 INDIANAPOLIS. 5 Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. G ItAIN pomr-iB- 0 54tf 42 0 00 013 0 W 0 0 0 01018 35H 0 4 75 1 1 00 The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the is no flatterer. looking-glas- s. ' All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails ol man and beast need lotion. Mustang LLniment,v Flour ANo. M... 1 Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed Oata mixed.... - 54 13 LAKDstcam - 4 34 1 05 52J4 & 39 012 00 fl r !V . i' ' -- ' jin&tV RUPHIRIMHPWiHaPHnV TrmmMWil ?z?- - sp- rf 3 J f" -- - .- - . -- .p.. ! n Tf.njj i.i j., - ... i, . 'Rsssscas ft I p l;w"iMmM. SrS r h -- i. SS35XI JIOHOAY S L'iSU CRY AND . Tho Annual Sunday-schoo- l The number of stars to be. ' M S . fer; , . Convention of tho rcst Union D&KCK. Tho fish fry and dance seen by the naked eye shining 5 ' by Parker, Freuz & brightly on a starry night is ouly WmW'"' ' Baptist Association was in ses- announced '". ' feme to the Icpot. m Walnut Log, on the Luke, 1,500 all told, and counting inoso r Hg- : ' sion, in Hickman, Friday, Satur- rife at It is lint antrp-odimly visible it in only about-,,- . K& A ISBiBil Mil Sunday last, and proved fo5PBt Wednesday, was, on day, and & A Down to tho JHB-- ' i ll "ll contiuned rains that! 4.000. and vet the ordinary idea it Iv. li ma Tfir ifiKB Jni lisl The way in ijnlto Btrep-o" to ho highly interesting and in; Thtl(aul totIiol?p-oU- . structive. Dr. J. W. Warder, of dyfand tho day before, postpou-otnnt- il tuat they are innanurubie. 1 Up on a gmpo-u- li Monday, Juno 1st. AH Jmtby thsdaj.poli, Louisville, Elder W. P. Harvey. In itore by t!io The Toadies Aid Society of the arrangements are complete, ' State Superintendent, Elder Tay- the I bought tlila guuill t. B8L..' Methodist chnrch. crae an ice " " itwim ' Perhnpg, to nt tho aquation. lor, of Mayficld, and Miss A. M. music engaged, platform erected, cream and strawberry supper, "We'd letter henceforth rail Hstntinn. . 1 licks, principal of Clinton col- S$t A pleasant time is anticipa-teli- Thursday eveuiug, iu the City The fish aro biting fine, game Hall. lege, and Mr. Beadles, of May field, Win. II. Yanderbilt, tlio New The weather was discouramoney king, is in England. wore proscut, and delivered lec- fjnty and everything invites a ging, bnt we are willing to iik York Como one. come all. SBaon the Sunday-schoommmmtt&'-i,The . . ... . ' ... T t . .. t . . " , Vamm the announcement that thev i:;v. ' Tho locusts havo made their tures music under tho load of Mr. T hit 11. ri'm.k BlH3i:7 mnrwr aaoiKX??. ..s w OTrtPV 1.. uu .m.1 .a ..i.... n a i.a. .w. lmo.7 Au. .k....u choir a pleasant time. appcara neo in sonic portions of this Beadles was excellent. Tho con- '5 A Grent SiKenwry. county. : , Mr. Wra. Thomag, of Newton, In., nn: When Mr. Hcndri eks speaks tn' orr tron., ',,- l.IV.I AKtlI fSM JssVf '. -gregations were large and attentto trive l,.,v r ,mmww V - liaaiUIA, " "aJINBKU taULH ..Urfii V. lijly trite Iiab been seriously affected with Jtepuuucan feelings are sure to Tho New Orleans Exposition ive, and no doubt much good was for twenty-fiv- e Joan?, awl m Oe- - accomplished by tho Convention. eonghpovcrely tbwi eror before. tttia Dpring be lacerated, aud when ie::i will probably le?ro-opcnt'She had inVe crats are to be counted he i;e-or. reiief; Thoattontion of travelers from njed many remedies withoutNew and to try Dr. King's Discovery, fails to stand np. Hit i:id!.;h;. rfho iweutoeu your lorustR this section, going to Louisville, "dia utgod most gratifying result. The lis remarks on Democrnm ai . jrBavsMHSavMa a so, with 1 JunaS arlaaaalBJr . Sfis tTVa 4SL Barely put in their appear- - Contra! Kentucky, Cincinnati, or first bottle relieved her very much, and public trusts are as )U;i. .. jrtj tho Enstoru cities", is directed to the prcomi bottle han abeolntely oured her. the sound of 1 Mmmm m m'jLWW' ; the d::;i : !: r'i3j Ohio & South- e?l..t Tina nrtt linll on twtjA list!tl. fftp tlif.tr fodder-pullin"Col. Wo. McDonnell, of Cisco, tho Chesapoake, time JBSSt .'BSBKiJ fm iSSSSSSSSHBiSSSSflBSBf BSif. BCC BW SmW Sears." Hr l.. western Railroad. las, la visiting his relatives and a passenger train You cm take KTrial Bottlea Free at Moere Lan- Yiew of the tr.e. t at Paducah Iu :m mm homo, this county. . is an altogether use. Junction or Fulton, ami save time, "drum. 8 Lirvg aiore. inrgu aneji .w. ' r WZ A LLY, do we return ib' i the ladles E&PECI Jefferson county. East Ton- - money and comfort. It possess- ''. One day last wook tho super- as to what constitr. ' ' nessee, Is out of debt, and has es advantages over tho Louisville intendent of the Anchorage luna- partisanship, we ma i mmmmWmW ftSP BBaBBaBBaBKvBBBBKj1 hM we hope once for all, ti... to her credit. $o0,000 & isaslivillc the ronto usually tic asylum accompanied 17S " r IM fensive partisan is a KY't this section to LouMA nersons to a dime musonmat Tho cholera is raging at Cal- traveled from cutta. One hundred and ten isville, Cincinnati and Eastern cit- feouisville. Tho papers up there officeholder who refuncn t r. ies. From Paducah on splendid sav with but one or two excep sign. There is no mystery Jabou lMd (A.RGK I deaths occurred last week. URCHAbES in our 3sRS-sleeping cars are attached. tions tho visitors all bohnved it whatever. Victor Hugo the French poet, Some spiteful Republicans The reports from the country themselves. We have no doubt historian and novelist, diod last gloomy concerning the but moro pooplg went to boo the planted a cannon last week about are still Friday, after a liugilluoss. midnight, iu the rear of the White FV anAipnli- - wheat crop. ifauy farmers telf visitors. E, Ti ym 1S- i us tnaT. iuMBPlut74:n op Jiprvj w IT'UIIQlvt' .; ',' cant iortne-- u y cttings, ffSiA'0fBdsvWBa?BBpJBH eatiou. Clevriam: fn Whiii JiA 1 atl avtraeep? If you nrc eufferlog. wiUuiow..nd-li-wsu- l (joald well . Tennessee. A good man. & following upon tho extraordinarily UtrRe aud elegant line. stand the anniysnet, ttc., pplrits, loss nLaptitc, general rilust i , till oftVrin th following very rare Bargains: weak oonatttution,-headache- for Logan's friendw couldn't lire toncuo dinthcria has low prices of wheat last year, We .'mrdered blood, J or any disease of a bilious na auy cannon last November. broken out iu several sections oi cast a gloom over those who are : dependent upon the crop of the ture, by .11 means procure a bottle 01 sec-triPennsylvania and is quite fatal. Wlo Made the Low V The school vacatious com to You will present season, and will, to some the Bitters. improrement Le snrpHeed follow fl; mcuce this and next week, ntul rarid that will Ross, tho newly extent, have a depressing efK&t appoiutcd Governor of New Moxi-co- , upon all classes of busies you wia be inspired with new life; strength many homes will be made hrigi.: and will retuan: is both a printer and an editor. throughout tho country. Gojtyh-bu- s will activityand henoeforthfMun and mwary er and happier by the return c yon will rJotee cetrte, m in the praiae of Electric BUten. 8cW at daughter or son. 6 f. 'vr.i:wn Sheeting- -: 3 JU --, -Times. L. W,Jr- Trade is dull, and mouey A T fifty oenU a bottle at Moore & Ladrum'a .fitll1irf ilfkil tii4A l X1UVVUV Mttviu scarcer man lor many years. County Historical Sooieifbe wug Store. : 1of Bvansvillo, Ind., is visitiug hii: L "When will the bottom be touched ? -aro growing to be more popnl&r fkther, Mr. Johu Witting. It is nmusine to hear a mer Great destruction has been and common, and will soonMfo-com- o ; SO u-r 999. " wrall?. tkat YTTEwkw jsxmtt. r frierd and the feb'tic iaTe iu?t received Miss Smma Steagalu of Cr.. MSKtaaPreoi ('.'.rtainUootls. in&U chant complain of dnll trade who T r . im 'u, i' a permanent feature .j wrought by forest fires in Michi" mw wt vrav W1 fiMflnAaMi t a i li .j-mo of all kimle of Furltnre, and aolicit U trada f mti8:wi&h-eho" u 'jsa Aui.u-ani ocnm qt, ; zo They are valnayje don't advertise. The best people ro, IHn is visitng Misses gan and Wisconsin this woek. the counties. at) ntylw of Furnire is plain and fancy. Alo, a lno lfne - a WbT. Wll t T.v.els. M morn ftfa Lizzie Kncerr. c: in preserving the local history, don't go to houses where they are Mrs. A. P. Smith and chil& " B juIoi ,.i Handkerchief.- -. --l,-., 7 The chief and only merit u; progress and de- not invited. Sheriffs and constadren, left Sunday night for a sum- improvement, the counties, the bles sometimes go without invita- what is called lynch luw is that i: : 1Q am-'-'mHose -a-- velopment of Ucnt Colored Half mer's visit to their old home, Bos- history of families, leading tions. Such merchants are to be brings the punialtment swift upon Dhic (.oi made PanU ,. M i.0o 7$ sf mmm ton, Mass. &c. They are rendered uiojro pitted. the heels of the crime, and that Ladies .- -ew Port lies mnkes it signal and condign. Hon. L. S. Trimble, formerly permanent and interesting as aux-roa can rvtt nsidrcd vc croDw toaifte oar friccf to ;ii lae murtt m. tae tira a button New Ports-- . BekleR tniw Slv. . .. dftt mm M4 Wmi Iwuee to look for fiMl of this District trot left in his ap iliary to literary clubs, &c .. J. .cur in th "Pnrcaaat. ekxmet eooda. Wc propose to adl as love m " t Republicans are intensely anxm j 'D6ruyperK- - - i.a.iw : The . v mail Fanatali store plication for tho governorship of number of the older counties of Bruises, Bur Salve in the world for Cota, ious a be at tho Civil ocrviee law. t ront laee Sewed CSdf STwies ; Sores. vtry reapcctfnllT, r J1 fw " .w "J New Mexico. Socioiios. - Sores, Tetter, Ulcer, Salt Rheum, Fever They were not so anxious about it Kentucky have such -idried Kiirt3 . 75 & Chapped llandf. Chilblains, IW tt T. F. WELBURN & GO. Uncle George Bolingor, tho ..- & -:ock Brogina Bishop Dudley, of this StatS, Coma, and all Skin Broptiom, and pan when they had a Republican PresiIM " 1.00 man in West Kentucky, has a paper in the Juno Century, ttTely enree Piles, or no pay required. It dent. oldest iBtum rimiMfe w OAT PbBowa bnitdinr. dauataciion. died, at his home iu Mnyficld, last entitled, "How Shall wo Help tho or guaranietMi 10 give jieneci 25 cent per BAfI kiatlJpK ftqmirinK dona on nhmt aticc, aad in a workmastUr style Aleo ON SAME QUAITY OF GOOD3, cannot be Do mower refunded. These Pnoe . we are prepare ' iv iiecla! imitsceracnts as week, oged 104. May 35. Tliere pi?atcdi which is an able, con- box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDRUM8 Negro?" Washington, servative, christian document, will be monruingand loud gritting ind everything just as advertised, and wewootbc jast out" Jo Hubbard's farm, (lato of You Paris, Prance, has been the of teeth in Virgtuia as soon as the Columbus.) in Hernando county, lie says tho weaker raco must be when it w called tor. of any helped by the stronger, by per- scene of continuous noting this news of the action of the post-officFlorida, was recently damaged by sonal help and personal contact, wcok. The Communists are (lypenneates department pine woods fires. aiding them to an intelligent com- ing the rod flag, and Bochefort the State. Of the SOS post-offic- e Andrew Johnson, tho Boll prehension of tho duties of citi- led them against tho police, and changes made in the various states y!IVEiRm9r. EST county desperado, who killed three zenship with which they are vest- nmribers wero badly womided. eighty-eih- t postmasters in Virpersons somo days ago, has sur- ed by law, &c. Bishop Dudley is Tho French volcano is about to ginia were removed and their suc "4DERS ND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. rendered to the authorities. erupt again. a Southorn man, an old robel f cessors appointed.- Mr. Vilas has slowly in cat and his paper will havttn moriuir Gen. Grant was"not so well Esq. W. L. Alexander, Sr., beenoc these rather extensive reading ami influence.;. worthless ticaus, ror at last accounts. His physicians nearly 77 years old, and one of ting reason that he was overthe to assort he has but a continue Tho fact that Eeil was an our worthiest aud best citizens, whelmed with work due to the abAgain we wake Rpoeiftl notice of the immense stock of new Spring very short lease upon life. American citizen will have no ef- can say truthfully, that which few sence of Ids tiret assistant. Mr. Goods, coi of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace Tho notorious Sam Jones fect to save him from the gallows mon of his ago can say, and that Hay, however, is at hie post at boldly proclaims in his Nashville if tho Canadians choose to dis is that ho never drank a drink of last, aud, through bis health is not 2ffco23T3aj?, Sfesailsurg SSmfesroidegiee, 'Tqz ficrmous that there is not a chris- pose of him in that way. His of whisky in his lifo. the best in the world, aud his phyC&OX2. Sk&OSSe &0. fil Q83ai& Li WOCaV B I tian in that city of 70,000 souls. fense was of such a nature as to, nrc warning him. that too n A mob at Franklin, Ky., Mon-8n- y sicians cause' aim his Mrs. II. C. Bailey sent the deprive him of tho right of Also, tine ajKlBf cap Jnuics Taylor and much exertion may by Government. I4 Courier this week a tray of is not likely this ho will bo hanged Wcs.night, took from jail, charged life, h baa pailod fi kis.eoat aud ?5 vfagP?S?iwff' Hicks, that is wielding the poHtkal axe with strawberries as fine and delicious howover, as the Canadians are with arson, and hung them They the strength aud ability of a thor WTI i9smm as grow anywhere. Thanks. jji inclined to deal mercifully with mado a full confession, giving the oughly healthy man. If he dies ( s mm. Mep Victor Hugo, tho great French him.' and talk more of imprison- details of the burning, &c. Got chopping of? the heads of the Ma-.41 mmM& Msm Eh fh . poot, novelist and politician, died ment than death. their deserts, if guilty. postmasters be wui die a hone in Paris Friday afternoon, aged 83 sick and are constantly adding a complete line of The, new vorsion of the'Ohl Some ono stole the lever to martyr to tho oaase of s good posWe are sole agents lor the American Hand-sewe- d years. He was born at Besaneon, Shoe Compan y, fo 4 Bible substitutes the word "shcol?1 Cassidy'slsaw mill, Tnesday night; tal pcrvice. Men's Ladies and TJaildron's wear they are certainly the best andpret February 20, 1S02. instead of "hell." Every man, somo ono saying intend to tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our 7htst May C'eeaa of it. Dycrsbnrg has levied a tax woman and child, has a proper keep Hickman up they Union City with stock of for the pnrpose of building a fee4 Paul Boytou's. anccessful Lw-ifiMidea of the meaning of the old in robberies. and ciiiMaD WJila It is not colloges wo need word, but who can tell us what keep the effort Yes,there if they In the harbor of New York, ofJ will bo up no much as good primary and pub- "sheol" meauo? "Go to shcol," somo hangings Garliko there was at which her majesty's war-shi- p lic schools. net was the victim, suggests some-tabi- g & and liko expressions sound Union City. ilrfi Ilardwure generally. A conipteto line of new aud hitherto unthonght cannot bo surjKissfcl; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is All persons indebted to this strangely to the young American ; ttaim Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wearn en- of in naval warfare a:ul harbor but, we suppose time "will accommnch cheaper than the usual price. "We have the latest sty leg of Men's, office, and especially for subscriptertained the East Hickman young defence.. Boy ton's enterprise was Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family tions, are earnestly requested to modate the world to it. pooplo Tuesday night with a so- undertaken to prove that a swim- oifti call and settle, as we arc in need Brad to 60tl. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good barkiili from a In this issue wo announce W. cial party and strawberry supper. mer, incased in a buoyant rubber of all that is due us. gains and good soleetions. Call and examine our stock and you willbc T. Kimbro, as a candidate for tho It was r. pleasant occasion, and suit, oonld approach a vessel at convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. IjEfTING STOVES, TINWARE, A man with six wives is likely office of Jailer, no belongs to joyous and happy hearts vied with night unperceived and. fasten a SOISTS. to go to jail for bigamy, which, af- ouo of the oldest families of tho each in making tho othor tho hap- torpedo to her hull, which, when exploded, would tear her to frag and Houlkeeper9 Supplies generally. all, may not be much more disa county, was born and raised pier. ter on-- greeable than trvine to live with amongst us, and adding to good ments. The experiment is said to u qualifications is personally one of In view of tho alleged preva- have boon successful so success six women at a time. AND SHEET IRON WORK, the cleverest of men. Ho would lence of yellow fever in the North- ful that Admiral Comcra!', comTho Kentucky Court of Ap- make a trood ollicer. and lias a ern Mexican States the Secretary manding her majesty's North AtWe extend a cordial invitation td all to come and see u peals lias just rendered the decis- largo support in the race. of tho Treasury has been request lantic squadron, is enragod at a specially. will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. ion that incorporated towns aro DBAliBK lOST papers report that the ed to reappoint the Sanitary In- Boyton, and mortified at the fail- Our priocs ' not entitled to misdemeanor fines riverTho & GO. of Ari- ure of tho Garnet watch to front at New Madrid, Mo., spectors on tho border-lin- e assessed in Circuit Courts. Apr! 3, 138 5. him. has fallen in four miles within tho zona, "I'Fsssses" 3i Kilj4Rev. Tho. Harrison, tho recollection of old citizens. Tho 4 .; The British are evacoating'the The practice of inoculation aa "Boy Preacher," continues his re Record says that actual snrvoys na vival in Louisville. Oyer throe prove that it has only fallen in 6outlan country, leaving theMah-di- ; preventive of cholera buis &:D PATENT of the El become as general aa that of hundred conversions have already not quite one mile. Tho memory tions to SW?1 ' i of old citizens iB frequently and terror prevails. England elation, aeariy o,vu pen:;; Deen reported. when brought to compari- probably had no business there, nave oeeu snojecreu to me opi-!uJ?Hll Miss Annie Tnrnor, danghtor son with actual surveys. but it appoars cruel to thus desert tiou m one province u; L'ain, ffVlMBS'i '. of Capt. Turner, Into of the LaCLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," MEOICifft A correspondent wants to the nations, who sided with; thorn. the efficacy and safety of the uiluj clede House, Hickman, is to be know how the candidates for Son-ato- r di nre are said to have been fully ":c ut" tl.e wn and a little printer's ink: to back up the mmWL NG MACHINES married, in Paducah, this week, WtMwmmXxXxXwMmWv)i . :. more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e It is expoced that the heroic monstrated. aud Representative, stand -- a."2D to Mr. Bassett, of Canada. .J "the revenue and statute of tho late John C. Breckon the whipping-post- , a.iNrr; ciit to show in v.hat respect their goods are when Tho wheat crop of this coun- - taxation, temperance, road law, inridge, upon which Edward Y. ''"N1 .i' ovenin, sane other evening," is what they say tV has imnrnvftil nnriRiilornhlv tlio &c. Wo answer that wo don't Valentine, tho eminent sculptor of reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" TOILET KRTIOLM 3B 2D S99 past week, bnt on the average of know, bnt presume tho candidates Virginia, Iiub been employed for This a good way for people who keep interior good3 and wish For Ktafo. Senior. j.i t nnnnn 2. t. t ill bo ready for un:n trill nnrvilr nnt. in flnn. t.imn. For somo . v t ((ktn.i.tnr. but it i not my way. 13 jy :kc inen j U.. Wa ar authorised to aanouQcvTAC.ii &c-- i &C, &C tho preBont they. have only an.v veiling at Lexington. on July 4. oscofttlirifr n nnaHnr - nf ornr ft I r J&C., &c., ' r M I A r A Jl mTA aI . AA J. TV .tfN I&a4 to reprwttfeo unties of iipin ii aailtrw iftiii uuuuiiuu.meustMHuvui.uiuu.uicjMU. mill IlicUruan, JJriiEZL- f s - -- -: - Mrs. Ed GtbssTand left tho III II u wo regrot to learn that our ' iHkUAV Mr. P. Tf Pox, Prohibp&n fitllon and Oravts coi.nii - :r. ... Stato If SflFYreecripti ojJSHod at 'any hour, 'dsytforf night. King night bell after 10 o'clock old friend, Winfred B.McConnell, candidato for Stato Trcasureiv.liaa city last week on a visit to her Senate, to Sit the unexpired tcr:n of the F -r. x. Esq., ono of tho trueBt and best issued an elaborate addresslotho daughter, MrsjR. B. Smith, at late M. C. Vangfaaa. tells, and I propose to duplicate 98" LOW PRICES th fun-- : Dillon, Montana. She will be ab mon that over Iivod in Fulton people. He is a graceful ,and We are anthorized ti ann.Hjnfle R. T. ll tfg' 4oo ds. ihis is the point and escence of this discourse. connty, is dangerously ill. strong writer, and says in accept- sent several months, aud perhaps ALBSETTON ns a candidate to reprctnt vi thnifke? permauontly. May field Graves, Fulton god Hickman, in the State and l.rse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you remain ing tho Prohibition nomination Senate. n wit rump rn"'1 1'UiiJMTUK Mrs. Jennie Wbstbrooks nnd ho docs not intend to sever his Monitor. is, ana perhaps you don't: it you want .. -- n Mrs. Bob Ialer, returned home connection with tho Democratic uuv uu. cuii aim x. ui J... Thc Cincinnati fire on Thursday For ttto &,cg(s!3tnrcSunday, after several months ab- party. for thn Diamond Sewiucr Machine, the d resulted iu sevonteon deaths. sence in Mississippi and Louisiana, We' are anthoriaeU to annoanrc women leaped from tho fifth OLIVER aa n candidate to rej resrnt There are many people who Is and very much improved in health. e t't iKr stock ol Undertaker's vioods. and will dn- regret tho indications of peace story to the street and wore killed. man and Fnlton. in the r.ext (( n "'Q8 Customers nolitelv servetl on short no- fC p ot Kentnekj, jajject ) t. The Tennessee Letrislaturo between England and EuVsia, Telegraph and telephone wires semaiyDemocratic of the tL The OrdSamr an always reliable Hardware house of party. rviut from Holcombc'8 new drug store. convened in extra session Mon- thinking war will provo a relief to prevented freo tts.e of tho eugines We are anthorieed to anr.ounc? J. Rospectiully, day. The Governor in his call' the dull times. Tho relief tedull aud ladders. v it-'rtfiKnMsi.. a a eandidAtc to repre? QA-RDISTEmaps out "work enough to keep times can only corao frohij.good 35. IuckTHBii and Fulton counties in the Low crops when wo produce 'somean ordinary Legislature in session Mr. B. C. Micklo, attorney, of er House of the next Uenerul Assembly yf thing to bring tho monoy audjput Fulton, will-leall summer. vo.iu a short time Kentucky. it in circulation. iS. for California, which Stato he will The typoid fever plague at Has a splchjlifl stock oi the very best makes " of all kinds of Hardware Elder Harvey, Stato Superin- make his future home. Ho is a 1 Plymouth, Pa., still rages in great ;; for Jntior. which arc offered at promising young man, and Fulton of Baptist Sunday-school- s severity, though it docs not spread. tendentin his We are onthorised to annoimoe Y. T. him. stated address Sundaytiiat County regrets to lose The ravages of tho disease have there was not a KIMBRO, aa a candidate for the office of g) m church house or Jailer of Fnlton ooanty. Election in An- been almost equal to a cholera Sunday-schoo- l in Eowan'coaaty DONT YOU FORET IT," gnat. visitation. this State. This is tho coriuty announce THOS SUCCESSORS TO H. Buchanan is the only man V.We are aotherleed ato candidate for Miss Cleveland, . tho Presi- which is so notorious for lawlessWALLACE, the the Celebrated Bryan & office of Jailer of aaFnlton County. Elec. dents sister and Mistress of tho ness, bloodshed, &c. Hero is a that sells and thai thnfery lowest the market justifies. All goodsjguarantccd to & OOMPA.3ST-yBrown Shoes, for ladies, misses and tion in August next. "White House, promises to eclipse lesson for thought. be exactly asjrepresentod. all her preflecessors, in being an A lady said tho othor day "I rhildren. mon and hovs. These We are anthoriaed te announce JAMES DSALEKS XIST premium over all T. TAYLOR aa a candidate for the al&ee author. She has a book now in am getting interested in "ybu&d-vortisin- g Shoes take the DR1 of fculten county. Election 1st ffiWClNSS, BOOKS, 8TATIONTAU', and Sahool Supplie. tho publisher's hands. and I read all tho adver- for cood and fine workmanship, of Jailerin August next. Monday Faney GOODS, TOYS, nnd riUVUBES, UUUUUW1H Shoe! SUNDltlBS. PAINTS. OILS. Tab educational outlook in tisements in tho Coueier,ui and is the most substantial Don't We are authorised to announce JAMES !'F0R TUB WHITE SEVIN( MACII1KE. watch for tho new ones. T aSvo made in tho United States. Kentucky novcr has been bright-e- r found some F. BUSH ART aa a oanbibate for the office WINES ANDLIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. mighty good'bargtins let others humbug you with some of Jailer of Fulton coiuty. Election in The last Legislathati s? way, and have " other make, and say it is just as August next ture 'did a good work in revising that like tuat., ., iT'r caa be found at Di. iMIIIS' O.lice, to attend uigiit calls at Moorofe .. . Wo . lt rS good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, We aro su' haricot to a"i"5unce JACOB LuaJrut bill. Tho Tho bestjooi ior the least money Ext)crienced workmen employed. the common-schoo- l ...1-1- . .T...Vl give spe- The alien nuiw a Miinnc rs esiMiciallv desired' as this houoe-Nvi- ll will be seen iu the next school The com prospect-i- tliiinSi.. aud buy the Shoo with Bryan & 8ILYEKTOOTH a a eaadkfete lot the . ti5ce ' t Jaih'r of fcullpa oucty. glee ; . cialiuducsjiB tihoi-. . Corrcs?ondwice. soiieiied. year. lion is the finest for nianv PZ'e Brawn- - tvr.iic on A. ::,?'- rut. . : f tnn Kl M !. 'jr it W.." 95 LOCAL NEWS. n, ,-- flit 8?L-I4ji- M. dep-o- h, H '. 4p - g. '! .ai --- 1 I - 'J - Ore-p- tea-po- - ' - l. . : t . . - - W J i;.,i AM. M m. ! K V d ; be-Ii- ig . g o . 4HBb imkLmLwm -- - iivf f flia taw ;iBBHKM n lalaBP JaP COMViliW fcgri ,l -- l Hpr K" ' "xav?4ivi3i' '-B- lack " A1 V 1 -- W-uil-ity, wels -- , V'.'. fMfgkm , ji e L Ex-Senat- or H. IOB'S'i 4...; ifi-tt, 'fAlfe v iAWkW "' Irkesf : il WrkwMW iLa, "ffSE, MlVf" , m m -- " &mJJL tk :m -- - J AAA y kdszh & - tn. BfcV -- m cltf-rcu- 8, ". .fcifc.."..',ij." j. . AA t --kw-- -- ---- rm ,. tms OeS -- K . Ocntractors and Builders of Houses. e to-da- y ol-die- rf - RSI pro-tectio- .J. fsmmmm !asr Sa t ... r$?v """j - ,- ryiri col-log- e. a C.iJiyiii:J:Wi gpris. Qlefefcjgag IlN(ND J. AMBERG'S -- OOll'Hn.TIN J.2.W. - WGILL, uis-cov- er J. W. GORMAN DRUG'S ". 1 thc-merc- y at-faul- r iiiiiiiiHi -' mm iit JaWiTir HOME i 1 PAINT S -- .' , K 1 4- M 1 A T 1 1 u..i, S . . icS ' Afcri&K: r --4 Stfi -- jt.:ii licrht-runni- - ng Tor-rifio- ; a 'IB' VflKf jt" v? mmWMmWMmWMmWMmWMmWMmWMmWMmWMmVC dlmmmmV '' if T. K. SI mmwmmm -- -- - m 1 FORTUNE jto-da- y. sav.ed-.moias- r re-sa- . Rl.1 v - IORIPTIONS SPECIALTY. -- - fWsWBR - f -- s , .- - to jA; raBHRRS SB. ti " yjpjp--'4-,i- - tW r . v : 7 jajWtaau!3A laf - . - wmmmmmmmmmmm . t tr ', U - 5K. ?tS2'.ra; ffl& s- -p wmM 'it? c-- ";.'jf 'V',' WW4' TrtTrvr A VT nf.TTTVrtr I rrunnmtin.. I . m J"17T:.vt iiintK s IMiue'w Changes. Wa811intoX, May 21 Tlio President to day appointed R. M- T. HutHcr to Ik; f Customs for tlic district of Collector . on Mr. Hunter's own Tappahanno k, application. Mr. Hunter s now seven y fix years old. He was mii'h impoverished liy the war. and tlie office to which ho is ' appointed pays only $250 a year, w th ' nii'l.commi.s'iona. amounting in all to low ' than 51,000." dpe-iaV-fe-8 ! The vicissitudes of life nnd fortune, of ambition, houornml fame, could not uc more siriKiugiy u Illustrated than they arc by the iinnouncctncnt. During twenty of tlic best years of tho political history of this country Mr. Hunter . occupiod a commanding place in ita public life. He was just turned of thirty when elected Speaker of tho National House of .Repres sentatives, having entered Con-egres- And here cmffilsTio tlio front ono ol the greate'slfconli'OvorsK-..p in ii.mn.Tu tiinesJaNisputo that is continually occuitf1" the at- tention of the i.rfiSstahd the pub- lit. Which servestiro community best and eheanesSp6vermncl,tK or corporations I lliE"pllul and tho United StatesWis 1,cl(1 tliat in all business preference should be giviMi to private enterprise, and that tho trovpnTmcut should confine itself to kccPP tuo !H,ace - L i , '1 i! ;T a 4orinmgjfiuJ-17TTTr flrwf rivr i'wrr'-iiKlllA an lino wiph already mentioned coer- from roctiiyiug i f Then ... pi . , I. nil', fi.l,nn tantifm in t. ....... ... ... J. ,Tr uug ...www mi' nouso ii'r 3TVtqfG3mim ....j rcmodj mi'iiif. :t wh tmWf ' W ., f- yyx2S'!l-MB " lor been our snnystem of noli- - ced Mr. JuBtico into exchanging a to hlamo if not the people by '.l rt Huhc-s- ' 1 onto, aa a chilli aud fever I recommend it wj.en new saddle for the old one on tho tics, uudor whieh. tho oflicos were County Txai2ois. withholding their vote far n ir.il ovor occasion prewtito, and o & 'much plunder to marc. Ho thon wont on to the t O iipace to nan-Of all species of taxation the regarded as so partisans nt tho Pond River bottoms, passing lor a convention tou.imcasev 1 known it to fail, een in tbe moat rU articles, but eo by (Signal) J. II. Mark., ef Uudaim ft MANUFACTlTRgHfi OF poll tax is tho most just. Through bo divided 11 trouble to f.hiMv goods. 3 o'clock constitution ami pro v. :':jj in Mb;'eacli Presidential dec- through Sebroe City at closo Casiden. Ark. linJone nnd pee, .t the corner of Troy different mo'e of m::v :ur it rich a d poor aliko pay for the tion. of tho same day. ;:t,J hy E A. Bobtoaes s Co, nd Moscow Avenue. East Hickrarti, Ky true &ud renewable common benefits received from .e Drugniato Leoiovillr, Kj. Wcduoaday morning he return- l 1 it retail by J. W. Cotront p u b i c conveniences. Murray ed to Boxville nud fastened the ho property m tl.e il:ito Ins axed Or(s. ? be liable 'o i acnmmamTti .Sews. mnro to tho Doctor's yard fence. Chloride of of Dieinfootanta Tho Boston Herald says: Wo do not'eomprchend tho mat- Shortly after his known fact that the b Qmmgmr&Aii kii.i He then indorsement of Presi departureleft. party was orgauized Fulton county eve noteTaaaaK&fR fiilv Soda. of Iron. Carbolic Acid, tor as docs our estcomed contema For sale at ui d of the vt.lu porary. That a poor man, whose dent Cleveland's Administration and started in pursuit. They came COK(iILL S Drag mere. ' (DAVIS- OLP STAKP.) benefits derived from public con- is both more honest and more upon htm between this place and otrncn would v.;;e,v are ine carping exjl WMWeKflr ' All kiade cf Ic DllTredl. veniences aro infinitesimal when valuable tnan Boxville, when ho fired hia pistol j. he same valuation compared with the richer class of criticisms ot tlio irreconcilable at them. Ono of the pursuers re- other grades. Tn.p 'lir M Metbenr. wilt, on and aftor A STAPLE AMfl rAMCY SHHCEBiES , citizens, 6houId pay as mucii tax press. Ko member of President turned the flro with a shot gun, mate prevails, iio'f t o , ui e rr- r , , ut- 'telirer loe in any qqaotltr fir ')'!! to iiinKman. t. otner lev for their conveniences as tho man Arthur's Cabinet possessed n lar- when tho craay man fled, leaving countv in tho ii'aie. Ii bonce, nt bot aeuallj ke?t i I I A or gtte order to drlter. ger share of tho public confidence behind an overcoat, in the pocket and personal prnpertv rti asst trm priceifor whom ho labors, does not seem of its :eal valut just to us. In the construction than was won by Gen. Grcsham, of which was another pistol. They cd at . TEAS, FAA'Cr CAMJ 2 8. and when ho assures Mr. Clcvo-lau- thon lost him for several days, what it would bring in cash tho Dun't forget that SalmonV k Hum of bridges, and tho working of ' PI CIU.ES MIKGM 'ifcAAT, cents cgf tho Hog Cholera remedie an nrantMdu that his Administration has when learning Friday night of his present rate of 47 public highway, the man who crossop isa already secured the confidence of whereabouts a socoud party of $100 could be reduoed to SOfptta, them the Cholera MBong bage and keep es the one afoot, and trudges along from Inking- - it, or money refunded, bethe other with all he owns on his the Northwest, aud that ho This last and would afford ample rev&ie by seven was orgauized. orj& J.W.(XWG!LL Dniggiet. 3ED DC back pays as much as tho man lieves it will ue very successful, squad approached the house in to meet every ntcessai-&m.9 a who owns his broad acres, drives the testimony is valuable as show- which ho was supposed to be hid- of the atate. xj9J3Cff liillJtM, &(i. For Beat, It is more than probahl mt his teams on tho road, wears tho ing what able and fair minded men den, and paused for a consultation. think of it Judge Grcsham re- What was their astonishment to there hac been wasteful ex nt! net be undersold. SIX ROOMS, over Powell ft Ore. Btote, I bridge with his weighty vehicles &c Will pay fall price for Butter, B3 bearing his income to market. The marked to the President, what a seo the fugitive coolly climb upon ture by Legislatures, aud tli rare wub or without board. Aptdy on psemi eee to many Republicans nro un- a fence near by aud remark: "Here leaks which should be 6 road is worth 810 to him each year good BBMMtm MBS BRY80K. while it is not worth 25 cents to willing to admit, that tho poople I am, boys! come on, I ain't going but to attach the greater s Ms &. his poorer neighbor or tenant. It had voted the Republican party to run!" He was still armed, and blame for increased rate o Zcaportont to Shippers ana wi-bt- o (Hiokaae, Ky.f Olinton Str.) is not justice to have each con- out and tho Democratic party in, seeing that they could not capture tion upon the legislative d Furmcr. tribute tho same amount: and with tho expectation that the lat- him without bloodshed, and not ment is nnist. MUSE ft KIIAW annoance to the miblie 6E0CEMI1S'-CONFECTIONERIESGreat stress is put apon i county revenues ought to bo rais- ter would make improvements nnd wishing to kill a crazy man, they that they aro prepared to handlo any and jBl 3Wft JSH 9 3t c; competency of legislators, institute reforms in tho adminis- wisely retired'. ed by both property and poll-taall kind oi prod ace for shipment by river IIo has been in some respects may be or rail. Siieeial attention given to tbe tration of affairs.' Tho current twice an inmate of an asylum. Crittenden Press. PRBSCR I P T JON CAMi hi coup ouni-sshipment or fruit a. All bueiacite eBtrnetud chargeable but though the talk in the organs about 'continuto their care will ba-jrompt attention. men in the Stato were to ing tho Republican policy,' and re arid fruit boxee KeforniLiCgialati:re. Will keep ble at Frankfort, what coul ley on hand. plenty oi barrel tabling all the Republican officials, a general expectation do ia the way of remedy to Of the important questions to is either brassy or stupid, or both. There is po?o2fiaa2il ESTRAY NOTICE. como bofore tho next Legislature The people voted for a change for that Asiatic cholera is on its march present mode of valuati The groatoRt variety of Ladiee aod ifwe the following, alluded to by the tho purpose of securing reforms. around the world. It has es Shoes, nt ?LiUTS warranto 1. Il fail to riHAKEX up a a stray by Chan R. Kieftproperty for taxation? TT3 I man. at hi reeidenrc. uno mil? caetef give eatisfaetion another pair will be gives Clinton Democrat, will receive a President Cleveland so underin Spain ; has made its ap- sessor is LBR. aud A. & R. T. ri33 or money refunded Aim GOD81IAW ft liTekiniw, on the Ctate road, orsc bay fill Russia, and main so ; and until a new co large sharo of attention: stands it, and will do his best to pearance in Southern PLAUfS Hand Sewed for warrants' abuat two rears aid, boo sisd fret DSALMX ZM ATTOailtYS AT LAW, "The forthcoming Auditor's re- meet the peoples wish." in all probability before thia meets tion is adopted and a new white "tripe 00 faee and nose, a whit cd. port for 18S34 will show the State's tho reader's evo will bo heard of ot assessment is meorpora - - SSNTVOKl'. FamUii Groceries; tOWMAJ,-on left hip. Appraifcdby do at fifty Tli lur. CxiYen tiBler nc Liuul a (M assets to be about $32,000 in exin different parts of Central and it, an increase in rate will co Sioam on Trnmnys. mm! bent Uiiag is the mar TSie Uteai "ILL attend ill uaaeB talmsted Vet ia a GLA88 LAMP WICK No smoke, Judge ef Patton eooaty, April 1 IBS.; Italy is testing an experiment Southorn Europe. Oases of It totgo on. cess of its liabilities. This is not Jyp Atm ?"y to the?rfe. Dos no trimmiBir.no bxooktwCfiiBitrT3 8. MLUHEl. a very creditable showing, on its which, it is surprisiug, has not may appear on our own Atlantic Nets, 9einco, Lir.eis Hooka, and all kind perhaps safer on the It is icrT ble the light id the idawtjlMa. Wkifcs been trlcdRhwhiajk country. In l...-face, for a State which twenty-fou- r but seaboard 'by midsummer, ", there ,- vawanaoej mou audtbfs. of Hh'p" Tncktc ar.d"ruwl"i, t nlmr wryww iwrwiiT uy j .: V - - ir j iii. j.i . . - TL ' pta years'ngo claimed a surplus of as- and' near the Tioes not seem very inucn uangcr seoKers icr toiris:aiiv eair. (nuw::-- .mt rsnniy J. W. COVVUIU MrT Dr!ict aense. sets of something like Half a mil- used on ordinary street'roads to that it will penetrato far iuiand cast all tho o:'inm upon Aefanct hra117 A.- - A., Soe our Clothing for Men, Boys and Chilstray by M. D John lion dollars. But it is too late now convoy freight an welllas passen- tills year. There ifl no cure for Ijegiclp.tures for the present (jpndi-tioTiAKEN tpMt dren. Tbe aveurtneat i elegant and prior reaiiksre, ea Moscow amt to philosophise aud croak about gers. Of course, thcygaro light, cholera. A certain proportion of of the State's finance than 'lny r4, FaHon eoorrty. on lay r.ny, tho causes that have led to this slight and cheap affaire, but do those attacked die no matter what upon the "doar ))eoile" wheire it, low Lottt ft yera old. brawled en tke left HICKHAN, Alexaitdss ft Maxwell ' KENTUCKY condition. It is enough to know good service in the absence of tho treatment. Poople who live in great measure, belongs. Rbouhlvr J. D , white Ht on f rehead. w that tho condition of our exche- regular railroads. Thoro aro near- on limy or upland dry regions Do yoo want a TORESHIXU MA with white trii running up right aide at his' Prof oiteinal Services to quer is as shown, and it behooves ly 2,000 miles of such steam tram- generally escape its ravages, while CHINE, SAW MILL, dTEAM ENGINE, uoae ; apjiraiocrt hy me at ttvonty five dot OfmSRO of lliafcmaa and vieicity Lara, tiiven under a oa:iuM iiLL, "cotto: oin. corn the'Panee of Pttitoa my handthis Jiutiie Jl jnw1B.fgo us to address ourselves how to ways in Italy. They aro operated it is more apt to prevail alang the PRICES OF KRCAOSTelFFS My '.Hh ooanty. CHU:iliCli, or anything in the machinery s remedy tho evils that exist under mainly in tho surburbs of cities. lino of and whore Si ? to MUSS ft SHAW 1385. our present system and save the Should electricity finally bo used tho soil is saturated with moist- Sosn fifeeM That Threw n Darer OR J ftad set If yo do. go Thcr tre atrouu for J0B1I0A NAYI.OH, J. P. F. 0. their rieen. the Vpximz State from threatened bankruptcy for moving cars, undoubtedly ure. A cholera scaro is not withmayftf th Klagsland, Fergttsou ft Co'b, Machine CotnmrriaI aud insolvency. If the State numbers of these kinds of roads out its good offocts. It loads to 9tuv4.il nim&teh 10 tfaaMay 24. HeS arei ry ana Mill Kuppiiea. JTsw York, Legislature that is to be elected would bo built in tho United a general cleaning up in orcry loESTRAY NOTICE. TTaiMY Af LAW in August, to sit next winter, shall States. Their effect would bo to cality liable to bo visited by the some fiacts eathored from tliBtbestItssxeber Shop. up ae a stray by M D. Johonon, he equal to the emergency of re- distribute population over wider pestilence. People lire more financial and commercialt- ftiffetet; J:' Ering r.raed a partnership with M. D. rriAKEN residence, oa stoaeow ad Troy Collector, T..'ai. X l his Real Egtftto Agent areas, and thus help to prevent carefully, and the final result is of the London iiroas : - Si storing its financial condition to a w carrying oa the above hmi road, Fulton eouaty, Ky one red ad healthy status, and so adjust the overcrowding in centers of popu- that more lives are really saved Ibonntifnl wheat harvest nm al Mae, the publk are hereby notified that ert white spotted Steer, about 3 years old, iay oi 'prii. w win marked with a swaltowferk in the left ear, IH0KMAN, KY. revenue system as that this status lation. from other diseases than are de- roadv been firarnered. In Aus wn alter ine is tar aboviHhe npply them regohu-l- with the bout freah .and a erop ofl the right r; no other may be maintained it will merit stroyed by tho prevailing pesti- tralia the yield Swill attend vronatlv to H hnai beef, pork, fte., at the grocery hotteo of mark or brand ; appraised at fifteen doFomul Demi, and receivo an endorsement at the A XogroTree in District ITnn;r(nj to a lence. Those who wish tG pre- average. 2Jew Zealand waa'i him it floathwesten J. W. ROGERS. Ko( n. llar. Given under my hund ofl Justice of aw feiaraeUd Morthwcatern hands of tho tax payors of tho Teanossee serve thoir homos from .its rava-go- s ited by raia storms in the BdIe the Peace of FulUn coaaty. this May 0th, KeatHr) B" Tho body of a dead negro was SpeelalsUCBtion given to tho iavtsflga Stato as has not boon accorded 188S. would do well to pay atten- of the harvest, aud has thn,par K windier. tion sffcaad title, and the pttrebaae JOSHUA XAYIXJR, J. V. F. C. to a Legislature of the Stato for a found hanging from tho iimb of a tion to tho disinfectants omployed. tially lost tho advantage of an exj aiiwnsulh.uiuiuilu3 sale eteal Re4U. fjane aaarSS tree near Zion church, in district Some of these compounds merely tm fine crop, in urer.t juniain quarter of a century. Yon should be on the lookont No. 9, with his hands tied behind servo to neutralize bad smells. the dry weather of April began for ail kinds of traveling swinCOLLINS, Proprietor, E?rsty. presumption is ho Iowa Republican leaders aro his back. Tho of Judge Lynch's This can generally be much bet- to be threatening, bat the in dlers, prominent among whom are Takea up oa the 18th day oi April 1385, SHtery aijd Harness. was convict showoro which havoset the bogut book peddler and sub- tut stray hy R. Y. McConoell, on his farm ter done bj' sunlight and pure air said to be apprehensive that .the courta by whoso fiat the death (Clinton Street, Alexander & MavnieiVB since scorn to have allayed all the scription agent. The latter is, ahont 3 niiScs from Jordan Station ia than by chomical means. Clean stato may bo lost to them at tho Oil Standi was oxocuted on tho night your houses, remove tho waste of apprehensions of the faratcrc, prcl ibly, the meanest of tho tribo, County, Ky., one Black Poney Uorse, fall election, on account of the of the ISth hist. Wo learn that your family to a distance, venti- even in regard to hay, the pr; abontilycsrs old, Saddle Marks on Back, PLUlMER :iis :;:tiui8 being gcucrr.lly needy & FARRISS, prohibitory question. This course his name Spanish Brand, on left Biased Faee, II I CK MAN. KBXTUUKY. seerr.p to have bet .1 perhc-no s vvuo uosire locuncu tuuir hip, about 14 with high, valued by me, Las alienated largo numbers of Re- given andwas Gabo, an surname late j'onr rooms, and then if you pect of which Hands that he was inpudent, employ any disinfectants let them particularly discouraging .iunc with a magacine or tamily publicans, without making cor- moddlesomo fellow, using under mj hand, May th, (JacJW.Sc. oppMfo Courier Office, hia bo such as will destroy germ lifo. As is tho case in this conutrv, HU.T)i'I. This inmostor avers that at $40.00 given - - - KY. IITjfcMAP, 1836. responding gains from tho Demo- tongue too freely about some of Keep watch over your the 8eacon is about a moat a, hue ' Uiuirk F B. ATTEBERRY. J. P. F. C. Grr.bcm are theanthorix-1PATENT MEDICINES, crats, and tho conservative courso the citizens of of Raddles and tyjf.L May 21 4U i IlifBSt.seated stock made te order. DRUGS, that portion of our n for Si particular territory, s and wells, always bear- ward in Euglauu, but DYESTUFFS, of tho Cleveland administration New work CX. ing in mind the fact that the chol- tnrists say that tliC SlMaaaaaaKlT e contracted with the pub- TOILET ARTICLES, appeals strongly to tho sympa- county. Troy iroaprWtio given to OgggggggggggggggggPk STRAY fq;:y. r tear f.i'tecn, or twenty era poison Is gonorally dissemina- May prove to Lavo be thies of all men of independent BUU3IIE3, SOAPS 61 Hot for tiia Gamblers. UM F A K, liquids rather than by tho beneficial as thoo v. I: 'vggfgggggggggggggggggS d copicc each montn, ana ted by ;TRAYED from the undcreignol on thought and thus smooth tho wav i, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. have como i.i April, 'flgggggagggggggggaHkl ci .w!cu to tako subscrip-liil- f Nashville, May 22. Judge currents of air. Sunday, the 10th instant, one CJS.tY of any kind. He has seetired tho services for a heavy desertion from tho ReThe finest qunlity of LIQUORS for Mat A. Allen gavo a special charge Booms to be wuittc p.lce, and give one TEHLAl POlCSr, about 6 years old, 13 cf that fiii known and excellent work publican ranks. purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. to 14 hands high, bntud something like man, Unce mo tarrtss, .vincti ot usoit i to tho grand jury upon tho gam- GrnRRSiopporR in Cniiforaln, warm weather for ci. :'0 c r;LiOS, 01 large umiuuEverything fresh and new. ono a guarautocof good and faithful work. bling question. Ho charged that gQfSave money by buying your Medieenerai- - the letter L on the left thigL. Any Prof. Eiloy had barely announc- weeks, and if tho pre t:xmmmm;f i.. r.d(!itiou. llo is copies of liberaliy rewarded for bringing pony to apr24rf The thoughtful leaders of tho owners and agents of property who cines, etc., from this house . weather nropbetc, both hoRRmZTTs, .1 nidied with enrront my farm, 2J miles from Fnltoa, near liock Democratic party aro turning their rented houses for gambling purpo- ed tho forthcoming combination abroad, are worth thq information. .i.. .1! h?u 1. of tho thirteen and tho seventeen world is going to havo it very tho leading puuiicr.iioiiB, t.:i. o Sprint's road, or any A. T. TUOMPSON. eyes to tho great Northwest as the ses were liable to indictment. Ho has purchased from some An experienced and thoroughly commost promising field for mission-- . gave special instructions to the year locust3 beforo the grasshop- warm indeed. It appears from may22 8t and will loavo ono number made their appearanco in petent prcecriptioniatongngad, and ready ary labor. The recent eloetion in jury to inquireinto and indict ev- persfTvntim that thoro is not to- ou payment of tho redncod price, C tho reports WejdfSWliolcenlo nendqugrtcra for nl nl all hours to fill cscriptions accurately Innrm nAwIt .n Michigan, wherein tho united for-- ery man found guilty of yiojating nil foot-hiCncraoRters yoKoHcsJco, ., in Gr,tJri!;;Ln or nndpromptl . other ' half to. bo Stately tbe rogion iuthat P the CTitxcagjiof xtho Democrats and ?rtamleraasaod wjntnliitce will this law. Ho roinarkSl that ho is beinc ravneoa oy tncm. fKIicnvjB.noBf iaa promising vuu- - paid on"" (lolrV&ry tff the adtond receive aaahirt pr1ppoealf;frO hew .until routed the Republi-can- s was determined to breakup gambdition. Tho wheat crop haa look is tho last aeon the 1st of June, for the necessary repairs jaillfriffllfiM.OieiMIli by over 30,000 majority, ling in Nashville, aud ?cavo those como counties they aro der.cribod od well all through tho wintor and numbor; and that 'Umbsoription ordered to be doue upon the and will job to dealers only, at Factory HICKMAN MARBLE WORK S of tho shows what can be done by prop- instructions so as to strike at tho as of "a ligltt buff color when spring, being none the worse for agent." by the Court of Claims at ita ?.ecial call prices; also tho young, growing dark brown in a backwardness. er effort. It is everywhere term of April, 1885, with the understanding niCKMAN, KY. root of tho evil. few weeks, and reaching two a that the money for sn work will be due a5A.aTTRS. lull plant of healthy col tXtAXV TO 3E inchoB in length, with disproporsome time in October or November. The thabest well over tho o Couvict Goods for Cana!. the market. Wo They say that Mr. Blaino is still tionately long logs, and having to the Daily roa.id aaaaaaaaaBBBaaai2i5 npr- n"ton Preaclicra Beat ooramitteo roeerving the right to reject any constantlyia on hand a choice also keep ews, seleotton keeping his ear to tho ground. Ottawa. Ont.. Mav 21 Tho great loaping powors ;" while in bids. Parties desiring to pat in and all "Evon farmers, who a qgaaaannnnjatei krcnfvc !' bids will pleas: arrlv to kc committee for "Wonder how he likes tho rum- law against tho importation of others they are "small, brown in DZALES IS K, Mf.y 21. Rev. G. A. necessary information. blings from St. Paul, Minn. Last goous, tuo prouuet or prison la- color, with white stripos round not take a sammino v tho ClarendonW. B. JONES, CONFECTIONBR1ES, ge..oru!ly ) fall the city gavo Blaino a majori- bor, is being rigidly enforced-Sinc- their bodies, and their clicking prospects, Italian and American Marble tptr t church, Sir. II. L. W. I. TAYLOR, Committds. . .; AND FRUITS, thoy havo ocluom se ty ef 1,100. Last week a Demotho tariff xesolutipn to that noise isnotunliko tho sound heard publisher wlifw WB, will sell vey low for thccaah. z MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE T.U.BN'CILJ cratic Mayor was elected by n ma- effect was introduced, a number in a clock shop where, at the same promise of a bountoouw aaaaaaaaaBh lona woiiis, ana auont a jCBseoati and sco ub. Eoports from iv.oEt cf ST0NE3. jority of 8,000 and tho rest of tho of seizures at various ports of tho time, hundreds of r are European countries r.re a o as wcro arrested yes- S'Oei UA. dfBcBOW. . field swept as clean in proportion. prohibited goods have been made, ticking." Some aro winged whilo yr i f.nno osiw r received a fino lot of Amer WANTED. ii. i.uiv.." i n.r.:iV as trom liieat untamtciui.y- 1 HAVING Italian Marble, 1 am preB. but, as these consignments wore others are wingless. They aro to l)romtsing single exception of tho vico on tho Common Gunduy ?? Spocla: Ko2lcc. A good many Republicans are ordered before the law camo into be seen in myriads. A freight vnththo Cattle and Hogs. All persons indebted to the firm of Bonv pared to fill all orders . Call and examine empire, where', noon h.st. 'Iho pci.co cr.y they Beef . nf work. very much affected over the cir- operation, then exportation has train on tho California and OreOrders froxa the country promptly vioirteu a city orurav.co 10 mak- dnrsht & Drewry, will ploase corae forward some damage is reported. cular recently issued by tho Post- been permitted. It is intended, gon railroad was actually stalled .. may 'Jo lino- cucii use of t' c Common. The atra'n early day, ami make BCttlemcnU .!. master General, which appears to however, to confiscate any goods near JRosevillo by tho heap3 of inTho other day a nail storm c church pco.o uec.r.re max. tuey TT7 ILL pay tbe highest market price OfitfCatiB. Ctdiins' drug itora Alexander indicate that a good many Repub- the product of prison labor, pur- sects on the track, and tho train Corsicana, Tex., dropped hai- will hold meetings as usual next VV for jod Beef Cattle ami UOg8-- Oall & lifts.vol Pa oldatand. lican postmasters must go in or- chased aud importodtsince tlio law had to bo cut in two, aud part lstones that were declared to have Rnndav r.nd thereafter, and the at the RTocery houec el J . noNDuitAirr & drewry. Rogers Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. 25cts Lower tlian tho Lowest der to make room for Democrats. camo into force. npr24-taken over tho obstruction at a woisrhed nearly twelve oaticoe. police say that thoy will rrrent r.:y Yet tho Democrats have boen reno store res time. They aro so thick on the and wild goeso and small biMs rsan who opens hift raou th to ad 1 h&YC no clerk, oxpenass a morselessly barred out from tho Candidates. on $1,C00 R.ward Withdrawn. and pay caah for all ray GrocoricB, and REAL ESTATE FOR BALE, track in some localities that they- were showered around townCpro dress a crowd on tho offices for more than twenty years. hercfore can oll as cheap a3 the cheap cuThe papers have already begun have to bo oleaned off with, sorap- miscnonsly. A local paper tlrinks aumilflc. Tho ev;;rrc-ii3tRQTTnnp Ti V tt?TTunc UiUlib et. Boat brands of Wittenberg and Lob .dminietrator v X did, an Ja1 ut U"v to talk about the race for Appel- - ers made for the purpose. They that "in competition with oj)cr nounce tht most cf t'o proir.i r.5: AcrcH, Six Hootns, Twi Cia- - tar Flour, 25 ceula cheaper than the low ctoleof VAUrr n Khar, onCongrcssman Neal savs no Pros- - lato Judge in this diitrict, which are as voracious as tuey aro nu Statos," Texas could do Avon unto. iir.rvv in town v.:. i 00 on t'.ft ri theaf JOHN WITTING. toroa, ttood V,'cll,'apring, fltcbles, Orchard, 1883. offer a reDembcr. vtb v '!"" Mentis! postmasters will bo ap- - comes off next year.: Judge Thoo. merous. Wheat and barley iloiiis better than this. iniRd next Sunday, aud t: ..t w,ien wartl of $1,000 for the arrest .and convic- ac pp'yto GEO. U.B 2LM, pointed boforo Au - JH. Hincs, of Bowling Green, tho disappear beforo their nttaok in a ono has begun to spca.i r. a ns tion of the person or persossa who murFETHE'JSALOON. j i, mayll885-6Hickman, Ky. home, gnsi aim ionrtn-cia-. s . postmasters present, mcnmoeiit: Jndso uas few hours, tho stalks being oaten TTTl. isan ouensivo pariioan boon arrested, another will take dered said King and hia wife at theirof No- vir ii;io ... ana uouung A fellow wiio holds an officofithat his place. "They wm nave to ar near Hickman, Ky., the latter part LSOItT. win ue reuoveti only lor partisan- well Bennett, of Swithland. and down to tho irrountt, & vmnVor 1RH3 now tl"n is to notify thC Hon. C. S. Walkorl (t Owpnsboro. '' being left, to show that wheat pr some other fellow wants, ship or incompetency. rest 100 Cr mora i;u:iiBii': una public nnd anv and all persons, that Kidd. OWEii and LOWER. ? -?.:. contestants barley .haa occupies j.t. piuuc. HEEU cbnsfnnlly' 08"tap. Ci- ..! wo ..i FU? wm prooaoiy do the v" L'hts Alnr prominent citizens if they uttempt rewaru is ncreoy besi brands. r Tobtccoj .A.11 kjndg of Groceries hama, side;', fin. fftnd one " tTas election for a Jndco of the mr mo uuuunaiton.&,AliaTesiroiig ' 1 vHrnot b 'Vflying machine aoon to curry out their pl.vi," caid A 11, 1SS5. A noy s3'Pr3 tke.chcaprtws- WITTiNU. ''Patwno;$6railKJOHN" A PTUBB. AjVpellate Court in this District imeu in a canvass and a lively race' Judge Wicklieeb, of Brus- - uesumou, ofucero 01 the Y. :!. C. BO trHrsid. to oe run u qmiansj J0!i .lM. AJia'r aaaar (to sueoeed Jutlgo irines) does not way e expected ifftitey enter the town, bas been appointed o . . air. Attorney for Kcnt-kyarena. Vvfcwr)l$S6'radttcahMva. laf0x4th c war jnlghJt9lmvo iO.ccunicil gtHo-NYhite From 1S37 to 18G1 ho servod alternately in the House and Senate, declining the mtasiou to Englaud under one Administration and tho Secretaryship of the Treasury under another. For ten years ho was Chairman of tho'Financo Commit-toof tho Senate, and confessedly- one of tho greatest financiers. Ho stood hi the direct lino of the succession, an Jjut. at twenty-eight- . Un of ftaapa, 4 Dnin'H'' Carpeting, &r Oil Cloth?, anl Holman camo up, drow a largo is drawn between therai$j0f fix- Rap, at ery low prioen. Aloo, Trnnks. l Iqbcdm pistol "Doctor I've ation in several States ant! tW of Vttliee, tiitgi. stock Hoiteln.belaoecn to be should aim HlUlKimip- MinSrtSWUO vjuihii: been and remarked: tho Kentucky, domonstratiifg. that varltty- Our walking for last five the- law. But thercjs a good deal appreciated. years, aud that is long enough for Kentucky's rato on the one hunA:.CaA,kder k Maxwku.. to be said on the oClfer side. Cor a man to walk in this country. I dred dollars is greater tl.aui tlnoi ) 1... porations aro or"a3fzedto niauo HinCiBtnu., khv um.u-du.iiii.K v. liUKllO i'i SHo, Faraitcvs! Ko3n(hin money out of tlieconununuy. must have that horse," indicating that in many ot thv'.-Btr.trn tl.r Tirw to Siaow Yob !! tho doctors horse hitched to tho They are generally rapacious, and yard fence. Tho man was labor- larger part of tiu.r n tMOHOMttt r r wfttrLoune to oee oomctbing care for nothing bnt'.'tlicir divi'Vevo l'lntforin or 1okii Hindi ing under great excitement, his nved from other ' railroad. dends. Credit .: r tie wurltl. New Jo- anvaiorei i tu. i re; gas, and manufacturing monopo eyes gleaming with insanity and al property, ti.: ' U it L'ght ol draft, every feature working with his lies corrupt the gofpniment inr. ind dnr&ble Fall line of enue ia priii c J'roppei Mow ::.nciuti purchaso legislators and strong emotion. Tho doctor at- Unit sour.c , Er.'inv, vo. I additioa. lunatic courts, aud givo nsflittlo while tempted to persuade the flouriRh-e- comparison n r Ii;i4cf ! mu Machiserjr and getting as much ns fitcy can from from his pnrpose, but ho u: k o.'.r rmero majr sides there n. the pistol and insisted that ho in the people they Bcrvc Govern...'.r- valuable euriontiee, the moiU I iV t .rrt'rs, for hointing hojr ment oversight and management muBt have the horso. Ho mounted valuation. from ': y i..,iilers. taking h is seen at its best in Europe, and the animal, a very fine mare, and :fceu-tueky.- legishuion n Reuben of Ilohnau is in jail at Morgan field important matters. Tlis- awaiting trial for lunacy. "While or last week contains awfi affikii ,.. !. jJCT ..!.:..... whji tHft uuiu;ih :ti Dr. Newman, of Boxville, was con- wn uii-o- t Mart versing with a Mr. Melton, at the nng neaoiu.o, "nilagblir In tho article cotSparfson latter'e house, a man named Ren-beUnionto-wn- CITY ITEMS. vzi HK t- 1.... ..r ,i it mi Jiiumr uj me voiir, l Union County Man Takas Cnan0ote. ft or lato there has u KT'SB wwMaimic" JiinJ of JelJie. What Ho Wants at thoPoirit tvti'u per comment in IBnMRKT i SK- -t. lot o QSSmmk IfllrSV taxation, the wasteful e of a Revolver. or pnbhe money, and tit' W&cJRTs t vf mu ifwiRi, ik J. W. MUUKKCrwiniHnm " , proper 1'.. , A LUNATICS FREAKS. frAXATlftMS . 'fc iPmtum . . iimrift Ij. .' II n" - - - n. l- M1LLKT. nil In BOOT AND mummf rtLHlEll guaranteed. -t. - r iJ-LjJLj FAS2fiIO"ABE.B i - - - May 23. X 3 rr SHOE SHOP Mile, by W. D. Diealelbriak, As low as Uie ipt jrll i " X full n 1rt', 9Ta'ufnction ad Troy Arenuw. Enat Hickmau, Kyf North West corner of Moscovr THE R. BARTER J- - GR0CERY- nnnoun-oe- - to his .L MONTGOMESr, i: l I 3:ioK:jSdCA.isr, - KEasrTiroKTr y ms vs3?Xas?afcBfi!H J&g, )liifHBBKJ: ofli-cer- s, n nw . IA'Kfonf2! wmmMmaoBttm all kinds of Faxilt Orocxries, which he wjH eell rt low as the lowest. Ho is ready at all times to exebnnge Groceries at oaeii pneee lor iinttcr, Eggs, Chickens, 01 any kind of marketing that the farminj friends may bring iu. Tho highest marjj Kei prieo aiwaya psut. J. M. MONTGOMERY & be Um epoaed a new and fresh sappljr of friend and the nublic thAt s BRO. ! 1 1. d SALE AND LIVERY STABL1 ALSO KEE - - o 3Yorkr,UUotfyCilfi ? "jtw""." wv-- .j the business it has undertaken has proved efficient and economical. Even in this. country, the by management of .thoSjfcst-oihcthe general Gorum&taud the Ctoton Water DamTrtJeWt of New o is&aM.M3E still deprecating the necessity of taking a ride, saying: "I'm afraid you will blame mo for thi, but 1 hope not," ho rodo off at full speed. Tho Doctor learned afterward that he stoppod ., atg Jiistico's atcj ts way. in Webster couitta, the mmo . imcmfc J sors are t let the 3fut u of ". r .. ever bo muui rec;tae iy t.'ie . r m i r nut, l'roduo and Flour Jiarfua, any efficient assessments, there is tj4 it Fancyt:nc till lower thna the iowert Flour power to rectify the $o 60 per bbl. adequate POWBU. ft wtM How fre lecislatorftito to y'2'j tf -. ifcfem$ for this "grrong." wi&xAfa TwtMM ntfi to:.-"an- d n-i--i- Tho artiei. ..r "-1- " jiafmo V":.tul . on wagon, &c ri'nn.--' Iilivral. I'Cr t':.c.r in fitd Maot, roadv Jiailji-.- ri- - JUL, " I Fams & Paricee, KESTDCKY STHEET, ?fiJ LiftlS"' ilnn.i. jimttvnxgu tpwwi ' - a in .V. and sr.ie 1I0RSE8, BUG0IE3 and HACKS. Htving pnrehneed tHe stable, horsey and entire "outfit ef W. B. riummer we nrepoee to continue the business.. and K EEP8 conitentlj on hand for hlr t-- aS im - ' JT-ZZE-Zi ' . Q- w -- F -- ca-cha- vo obrti-au- HEUTWFXIK, Bii.tzEa co.. vvh vmT?tT' &scccails. T&&H i..-- - - , . 1 tr-sat.- "li'-Mi- a- Judge-Grcsham'- iMM - one-thir- pawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwKn SiSL e .41 - - -, : v . i Le ftret-clac- two-third- s d Hickmem, Meniucky 1-- 2 TIE OLD. A. EUIABLi ,OMItI3, iu nmi mmim, riis m i?Qr' . -M x. m -- 0ards. reap-poure- d ioe c:ri.a-. 'uy Ti ' OAB - . - - lafgb-cUicsnstcam- '"! j-- z i-- t- . . . I- ! Vriam n estrj ? -- -n - FABIB. mm mwMw, lil umtm water-courso- c757Lr..KANDLE. 1 - . fre-que- nt I. sen-tenc- o Pal-t- on . 1 ont-honse- s, cess-pool- Nows-Banne- r. tixmum 1 1 I II Me-diei- nal -- -- :Taaa!l g - any-Iiiu- . -,. -- news-deale- r, ifoytro S4V,3oney A auti-monopolis- ts ll oiic-bal- f. - self-stylo- d Court-hous- e, - -- ipf-tor- e , v.Oii-kuow- n timo-pieco- o '' t-- - .d-- - - - . -- 4t Cot-.::.o:- i o - -- c ...... w 1EAS, tfc 1 aa- m - i .... FAAMT 5f-j- he . . . , - Tj. -- ... . lllio iwi' 5 i - - :.-- ?. :k. i;i-l- k. ?. 15t At .- -- - . c i C4 f lf-ii- t . . - '