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Oltlewr Nowwpjiper in "VVc.sjtoru ICciituolof- r- - littTVIX-A-TIOISr- S, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. &1.50. ESTABLISHED CROP REPORTS. 1S59. ' HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE FOREIGN NEWS. 5, 1SS5. RAZOR-BACK. VOL. '.V XX.--M- 1 3o; -- ETC., ETO, VTITD 833X1 TJIS. post-ofliee' HUGO'S DAUGHTER. WACO'S WOE. THE COMMONWEALTH. A TEXAS THERE MUST BE NOflMjISTAKES. Few Earnest Word B!nl ? X X " I- - im A. V "TV ife I,o.i!tII! Which ll Totmrro Markrt. Winter Wheat Situation More SliuvKtroas jotd Granville reaves Regarded In Somo Quartcrsas Iudica- Than Those Interested Seem to Realize. Thero are rumorH circulating in relation A ToxasVTown Inundated, and Somo Details of the Romantic tlvo of 1'cace. to regie affairspth Spanish mid Italian, Crops Destroyed. Career of the Great NovelChicago, May 2C Tho Farmer's Review, . but nt presentee havo no authontic inn in its weekly summary of tho crop outlook. fARis, May 25. The Communist ist's Daughter. formation. JDMng tho rumors is one to at Pere La Chaise, which will print tho following in connection with. Eleven Lives lo t by a Flood and Build. the effect thaUfc Italian supply will fall y proceeded quietly until late the reports of its correspondence received Into tho handtejf tjjroe contractors, tho ingsl)amn;ed. She Fnlla Madly In Iajvc Secret up to May 23: "Fairly launched upon the inlho afternoon, when an encounter took Reuscns, Abetttoim and Toel syndicates. Desertion Incarceration in an In growingseasonof 1SS5, every item of crop phco between tho police nnd a number of Thero was a good season of cloudy weather gana Asjlum. news at tho present time, and in fact for Csnmunists, who were interring tho body New Orleans, May 2S. A special from of several daysduration, with intervnls of the next three months, is one of more ofa comrade. Tho speeches modeover the Waco, Tox., says: A heavy rain, not very copious. Similar conditions than usual interest. Our detailed reports gjive by leading Communists were of such provniled in this vicinity last night, and are reported froa several separate districts, Halifax, N. S., May 27. Tho Herald of last week showed that seeding was nearly atiolent character that the crowd became Wnco Creek, a small stream that runs but others appear to havo been slighted. A this city y publishes some details of finished in the spring wheat belt; ejclted, and led by M. Rochefort, they wheat is poor, sorted in a body to fcallyout of the through tho city, ran out of its banks, handling seasonhas been nearly geueral, tho romantic career of Adelo, the daughter that the outlook for winter tno cemetery, shouting 'nundating hundreds of residences. Most nnd there hasbn an opportunity in some of of Victor Hugo, to whom ho left 4,000,000 and that slow progress had been made with gtes corn planting. The present week will see bjA Deople deserted their homes and fied to sections also tmakea start in planting-Plantwaving red flags. Tho polcafrans, half his fortune, as reported by all tho crops for the growing season of 1SSS ios in SonJKern districts" aro getting had carefully refrained up to places of safety. T. Dininghoff, with his ble. The facts aro furnished by Robert in the ground. As wo approach the harpoint from any fntcrferonce witu wife and three small children, remained in Matton, Q. C, a well known criminal law- - vest of winter wheat wo can see nothing at Movements of the Communists during the their house, which was washed away, rather advancaij)n growth. We reduce by the nstnfl fnn ttni nivfiicelrtnolM ATI all in the general situation by which we d ind the whole family were drowned. 25c quotntionsor Bnrley trash and comThis action, however, desire to change any of the state- thfin, under their general orders, compelled Howard Lewis, a colored man, with his mon and goodEg8j nnd common medium ggyeralioccasions. Adele, named for her to mtor-W- imetherwas"her athers3XavTrite cliUcL, ments made with regard to this impor-taThey madoa rush to disperse the wife, sister and three children, living on a lugs and comniSweaf ;of dark and heavy we crop: and. small citv lost their .She was an exceedingly handsome woman, reneat. that thoas we have said, vetnow- rPters and capture tho red fines. A des - lives instream east of tho To tnose eleven styles. WofeeS?lS3t tobaccos as follows re'country does not manner. ;! iderate encounter was tho result, tho Com- victims the same added five others near tho for laliieSfunyltheiwldesjiroad.-desfcructlon-aro to be "uuisbs uaving nrmeu tuemsoives wnn cirfcflwlfamy. llurlv. piercing Clack eyes, wavy hair ot et mis crop. That every uusnei oi sprw; Knives. Several of the combatants on both, city. The damage to crops in tho county 4 J5 ? 4 Oftit 4 35 5:1 7& Trash.... . wheat now in the ground will bo needed, sides were wounded, but none, it is thought, Is over $250,000. s prevailhave black, high forehead and Roman nose. The 7Mfc S CO 4 SO 5 00 Common nea . 4 get a good price for that farmers .. story told is as follows: When a mere andwe havo not will slightest doubt. We lataliy. Tho iolico finally dispersed tho ed throughout North and West Toxas, and Medium luf,-S 50 6 25 5 . 5 : it, tho is the damage to crops and railroads C (ttS 6 W 6 TSfll 7 W Good Inns girl living with her parents in Brussels, she hoDO next week to lo able to lav before rioters and made many arrests. -- 7 i'i 0 ffi 7 75 7 00 London, May 25. Earl Granville, For-'S- n Common lear liecnme acquainted with a young man, one our readers a very full and detailed report 8 OOIrlO 50 7 HX 8 W Medium lear. . Secretary, has followed the example Finsen, belouginjr to a wealthy family, oi tue wheat situation, ootn spring and t most 9 finftll 03 12 80.VI 00 . Good leaf .. of his colleagues in tho cabinet and A. W. MULLEN CAPTURED then staying in Brussels, and fell madly in winter, of the Northwest." 14 S0Q1B CO 13 0ft17 00 Fancy lear "M gone to his country sent, Stono Park, lovov'-him, and he appeared to be Staffordshire, to ruralize during the equal ifatuated with her. They became JIlMTllaiKdn I trm. holidays. It was understood that Arrest of tliol'ormer Manager of tho Kcl- Cause of Consul Mackay's Arrest. format y engaged and were secretly P Patrick O'Neal, switchman in the ins Secretaries for Foreign Affairs, for logg Newipapor Company on a married, as she believed. Owing to their Rio Janeiro, May 2C Tho Southern or nnu ior muta were to remain In Lon-?Louisville and Nash vile yards, was crushed youth and the opposition of Pinsen's fam- mail has brought an explanation of the Chitrgo oT Kmlx'zzleinent. so as to act promptly if the Afghan to death letweon bunpors tho other night ily the affair was kept private, and ho ouputos should reach a critical point J promised to make her his wife publicly in grounds for tho arrest of Mr. Mackay, at Louisville. the recess, and the departure of Lord duo time. Meanwhile he was gazetted United States Consul at Rio Grande do Philadelphia, Pa., May 2S. Detective T Silas Quinct was .fatally stabbed by ranville is pointed nt by optimists as a Lieutenant in the British army and ordered Sul, on the 10th of April. According to the proof Jos. C. Grannan arrived hero this after- Walter Zimmerman in I fight a few nights that with his regiment, tho famous Sixteenth, Rio Grande papers, Mr. Mackay had long smoothly. tho negotiations nre proceeding noon with the necessary papers, and arago at Louisville. Bothare colored. to Halifax. Just previous to this ho wroto a retted A. W. Mullen, former Business to her to meet him in London, where they been a special mark for the attacks of Judge Wicklifke, Ikrdstown, has been Young Shad. would be formally married. Victor nugo characterless paper called tho Mamay, of Manager of A. N. Kollogg's Newspaper appointed District Attorney, Baltimore, Md., May 25. The United Company. Cincinnati, O., charged with refused to let his daughter go, and which a certain Tbado Alves de Amorim said that if Pinsen wanted to marry her was editor. Finally, on tho 12th, these at- States f A public dinner was $ven Hon. Boyd steamer Lookout, Cap.about $5,000 from that lirUi. Mulho must do so at Brussells. But Adele intacks culminnted in an attack upon Mr. tain James A. Smith, loft pier seven, len had the entire confidence of tho Winchester, nt the Gait Ilwae, Louisville, sisted, and finally her parent gave way, Mackay's mother and in scandalous asserCompany, nnd took large sums from time street of respect ami her mother accompanying her to tions as to his own intimacy with two tery Station, wharf, this morning for Bat- to time, explaining in various ways tho on tho 20th, as a mark wKrli his appoint-a n alout four miles above Havre discrepancies in his accounts. When his token of appreciation in London, but before they reached there respectable ladios. Mr. was seated had started with his regiment for Hali- in the theater on tho Mackay of tho lGth de Grace. This is the principle" crime was discovered he escaped before he ment as Minister to Switzerland is UeJdl.y fax. Tho mother and daughter returned when the said Amorim evening scraped his stAtion in Maryland waters, where coiild ! arrested, and until a week ago his his friends. passed, to Brussels, and shortly afterward Adele feet on tho floor to draw attention, looked" about seventy men aro employed at seino whereabout warunknown. Grannan & Co , At Milton, the other eveniig, twonegoes, clandestinely left home, resolved to follow at the Consul in an iusulting manner, and hauling, etc. The Lookout arrived from tin- - t liiciunnti detectives, at that tune the man she so madly loved. Arriving in spat loudly. Mackav jumped out, and af- Batterj-- Station at pier seven on Saturday informed a firm of Philadelphia detectives from Madison, Ind., namal Morris and New York she made her way to Halifax, ter some exchange of words Amorim raised nght. At eleven o'clock yesterday moru-jn- g that they thought the man was in this Johnbon, wane under Uiednfiuence of and lived there for nearly three years. a sword city, ami sent a description of him. The liquor, rnised & disturbance at a festival sho left havstruck at Mackay, but Tinsen proved recreant. "But she seems the stick stick and a cbandnlier nnd broke. ing on boardfor a the same place, party detectives hero soon locate! him living in given by the ceJored people of that pla e, caught in distinguished to havo followed him day and night, and Mackay then drew a small revolver and of excursionists, who came over from a pretty part of West Philadelphia with when Bankn,neof the managers, emptied frequently declared to the family with fired four shots, three of which struck, but Washington. All were delighted with the his wife and daughter, and found that he d the contents of .a shstgun whom she boarded that be should marry no as Amorim m the iron ducked, produced only trip to the Susquehanna River, and what was i niplovod as a w oman while she lived. She was eecentric, superficial foundry of Paul Itee es, on South Broad into the backsof tht? intruders. They will then they had seen of tho Amorim wounds. process. and never went out unless deeply veiled. drew a pistol and fired, but the pistol The season ends June 1. The Lookout has street. Word was sent to Cincinnati for recover. At night she went out alone in disguise, was seized by a bystander, whose hand been on a Southern cruise. She started Grannan to come to Philadelphia, and on Therk is i family of Howards in Kenwearing a high hat, top boots and was severely mangled by the charge. from Baltimore early in February. Sho his arrival Mullen was arrested the world, weight awl carrying a stick. He tucky which-beatAll her letters Amorim was taken out to have his wounds left 3,000,000 shad eggs and young shad fish ami locked up at Police were addressed to Madame Pinsen, and dressed, and Mackay, accompanied by the at Battery Station, which were taken from will be taken to Cincinnati height considered. Besides the mothr and she received monthly remittances of $100 German Consul, proceeded to the residence the waters of tho Potomac and Susquo-hann- a father, there are nine children, including from her father. Pinsen repudiated all a Police Magistrate and surrendered Rivers and the Gulf of Florida. four girls. "?ne of them is lees than six Cholera Precautions. knowledge of, or connection with Adele of in There is direct railroad communifeet, while on son Hugo, and had not been here long before he himself, whereupon ho wasin lodged apartments of the Staff Major the Polite cation with Battery Station. From this Paths, May 2S. Dr. lrousthas been sent of reaching soven.lacks but half an inch became engaged to a dnughter of J. "W. Barracks, and where next day over four station there was shipped on Thursday last by The combined height tie government to Marseilles to advice of the familyls seventy feet and the weight Johnston, then Premier of Nova Scotia. hundred of the chief Inhabitants of tho city one million two hundrod This coming to Adelc's ears, she confided went to compliment him and to offer their Is called young shad fry thousaud of what upon a measure for preventing a repetition 2,203, the latter an average of over 200 at the Hudson of lost year's cholera scourge. There aro her history in professional confidence to Riyer, and yesterday one million five hunpounds. ijtaiford Journal. Matton, anil that gentleman sent a letter to services. some indications that the authorities are dred thousand to Atlanta, Ga. The LookPinsen. His alleged relations with Miss A Pobtofmcb has been established at out is well supplied with the glass hatching waking up to tho fuct that clennlineos beRussia's Secret Preparations. Hugo came to the knowledge of the Johnjars and copper covers, in which Gishton, MuHenborg County, and D. J. ston family, and they immediately broke London, May 2a Tho Russian censors of are placed. Captain Smith said the spawn forehand is what is needed, ratuei than Gish appoints! Postmaster. that the medicine afterward. There have boen off all social intercourse with him. Miss press dispatches are exertingthemselves to yonng shnd fry wero plentiful in the DelaMarseilles and some attempts to Hugo's life and conversation seemed ab- the utmost to suppress tho fact The following fourth that not- ware River, but scarce in the Potomac and Toulon less filthy, render have largely were appoind on the class Postmasters Imt thev sorbed in Pinsen, and she employed a good withstanding 2flth: Samuel C. Susquehanna.' tho favorable prospect for failed, because of "public indifference among Perkins, BeLick; George Hay, Greenportion of her time in writing. She was a The Spanish governthe citians. beautifnl writer, and at one time offered to tho Russians, war preparations are ostage Stamp Award. ville; Win. iWarford, Lyndon; Iverson being pressed extrament's prohibition of further inocuwith Matton all her manuscript, saying that if still Washington, May 25. Tho Postmaster lations by Dr. Ferran is ostensibly G. Mead, Snithfield; Francis M. Howe, vigor. Tho hownews, he would publish it some day it ordinary would and ever reaches London by various rounda- General has awarded to tho American due to the fact that some person e Sugar Creek' world the startle bring him a fortune. Her father, bout routes, and it is known that there is Bank Note Compauy, of Now York, tho who had been subjected to the treatment An attempt was made to poison the died. Dr. Ferran, however, points to the who was devotedly attached to her, used an immense movement of troops still in contract for furnishing postage stamps for fact that out of (1,000 persons inocculnted family of Herman Haughy, a gentleman of to tell her that sho could write better than progress toward Central Asin. Large lio could eighUnau years am. ZJeutcnnnt todies of infantry, cavalry, field artillery the next four years at SlOlKkKi per an- - with tho cholera germ, the deaths, if any, Bethol, eight miles north of Owingsvillc I'liuau leftHalifax with his regiment for Miu rallroail ami tJrrmh l.nil.lo- - , L.. r ordinary stamps (which will bo have been so few as to escape record. He Tho would-b- e lunrdorer failed of his fiend- Barbadov9fatid"Adclo followed him. After pressing forward in an almost conUnuWjBBpiPTt entirelv "ySfilPQU nni dow not see how the Government Commissho went away she wrote letters to somo stream trom European Russia through the for postage due and oiner Mues of stamps, sion of InquIrynowatMiwork,pancfAilrito n friends here which aro still preserved. At provinces, across the Cas- - making a total of $101,9(0.61 per annum. report favorably on his sytem,Tn view ol rtnf;vos tho time she was here one of the sons of imuu omt uuu rasiwani lowara tno Atghan The CT03S bid of tho Bureau of r It such results as these. The doctor, however, which mean! heflflcovrTnTpoiBon. Louis Philippe visited Halifax, and learnfrontier. Tho work of strengthening the and Printing, which was tho next lowest cares nothing about the reult except from a had been pif in the woll from which Mr. ing of Mis3 Hugo's presence in tho city Russian defenses on the Black Sea is ac- bid, was $m,ina30. and tho work was to humanitarian point of sbs that Hntighy's fanily got their drinking water, yibited her. Some years ago she became tively proceeding, and the fortification of have been executed by a combination of if the Spanish Government will not let him and that geitlomnu, rising very early the insane and was placed in a private asylum Sebastapol, especially, Is being pressed steam and hand work. Samples of steam snve people from cholera in Spain, he will cither in Now York or Boston, but the fate with energy. work of the American Bank Note Company visit Pans and London and expound the other mornifg, watered his horses and n of the rpan who betrayed her is unknown. were found to lie fully equal to tho requiresystem in public there, hoping to securo its fine mare lebnging to Mr. John Arrasmith Hessian Fly On The Pacific Coast. from thewtj, nil of which took sick and ments of tho department. Tho price paid adoption by somo government. for ordinary stamps under tho new condied in a sfort time, and lefore any one DASHED TO DEATH. Washington, May 26. Prof. Riley, tract will b 0 Not a Good Day for Rats Either. cents per thousand, as had occasion to use the water for other entomologist of the Department of Agri- against 9 cents under tho present Teniblp Accident at the Kanawha Coal culture, has been surprised ScOTTsnrho, Ind., May 2A Ywterdny n purposes. AJjunntity of arsenic whs taken nearly four billion stomps for somo time contract. As Company's Incline. to hear of ravages of the Hessian fly In are required annually to meet the needs of number of boys gathered at tho large barn from tho wnW drawn from the woll afterwheat fields on tho Pacific coast. Hereto- the service, tho saving of throe cents per belonging to Melvin Hublmrd, and spent an ward. Mr. inughy is n highly respected thousand during tho will Charleston, W. Va., May 27. A fatal fore it has been supposed that the show a considerable next fourinyears item hour in killing rats. Although it was not a citizen, hutjseems to havo an unknown reduction this good day lor rats tho boyssucceede.-- in killaccident occurred at tho Kanawha Mining pest did not extend beyond is not the of expenditure. ing 103 in one hour. The rtH killed wero enemy, as tils which the first malicious Collieries, this county, this morning about wheat belt east of tho Rocky Mounpersecution to he has lately been mostly while tlieminority were 7 o'clock, in which threo men and a boy tains. Prof. Riley has been inclined to atn Improvement of the Currency Proposed. We believe this' to be subjected. Jhopeoplo nre thoroughly inovei tribute thedamagetoanother wheat insect were killed. It appears that two Tho on record iu tho United dignant, onl if the perpetrator of this ul tho best Washington, May Comptroller States. entomologist has been in communicacars deed is everfietected he will bo dealt with loaded with thirteen miners tion with Prof. Hilgard Dwinnell nnd other of the Currency desires to securo new wero ascending the incline, eight scientists in California, nml summarily-- 1 roonir- for the backs of National honk notes Three Children Beat Another Fatally. hundred feet up the mountain side, ed a specimen insect, which ho pronounces of tho new series. The present designs A distressing and fatal accident hapnre, for the purpose of going to work In tho tho genuine Hessian fly, and there is no Pittsburgh, May 28. Iu n childish pened in Floj'd County, a fiw ilays ago. in his opinion, in every way objectionable. mines. When about half way up a brako longer a doubt that the insect has made its It is claimed that n change is necessary to quarrel last evening, Selina Weir, an or- Daniel W. Allen, while returning from the band broko on the drum of the incline, way to the Pacific coast. improve their artistic appearance, to inphan, live years old, was beaten to in- niouth watfbn-loa- d causing tho man at the drum to lose conof Beaver with crease tho difficulty of counterfeiting and to sensibility by threo companions, named flour, of accompanied a his little son trol of the machine. A descending car, by and Killed on the Track. secure an acceptablo and distinct note. Mr. Alice Toole, .Maggie Carr nnd Bridget loaded with coal, running opposite tho car Youngstown. O., May 2a Jns. Walsh, Cannon does not advocate any unneces- Geary, ranging in age from nine to twelve Snuuiel, when nearing home his team containing the men, descended rapidly, not fully changes, whilotheonecontainingthemenshotuptho while walking nlong the track of tho Erie sary proposition nnd hasby many indorsed years. The little cirl is still alive, but w ill Itccamo unmanagable, ran off, turning the the urged bankers, incline with lightning rapidity. Nine men and Pittsburgh Railroad last night, near officials been wagon overand throwing off the occupant and many others, that tlie faces of hnrdly recover. Her assailants have jumped out of the car as it started, result- Sharon, Pa., was nnd contents to tho ground with great arrested. struck by a passenger the notes should also bo changed and the ing in a few slight scratches, but threo men violence. A barrel of flour fell on tho lxy train and instantly killed, the body being pictures of the prominent public buildings, and a boy remained Sunday-Schoin for Buzzards. the most horribly mutilated. and rolled over him, mashing in his brensi nntional monuments, statues, etc, should hearA brother car until at high speed, when Honey Brook, Pa., May 25. A number and crushiag his head, killing him Inof they jumped for their lives, and were ing that some one had been killed went to tako tho placeuse. tho vignettes and porSecretary Manning is of persons from here and Pequea drove tc stantly. thrown at tho top of the incline against see the remains, and was horrified upon traits now in timbers which resulted in instantly killing recognizing them. Mr. Walsh was thirty understood to disliko tho appearance of tho the Sassafras Creek, and in a little log At a business meeting of the Grand Thomas Slaughter, aged fifty years; Felix years old, a member of the Independent notes and securities of recent issue, and to church there organized a Sunday-schoKnights Templars, at Frankfort, Cornet Band, and leaves a wife and several desire extensive changes in tho designs for tho benefit of the outlawed Buzzards. Thomas, same age, and John Pritt, twelve and the lettering of tho silver certificates, Their friends and others, Mrs. Al-- Buztho other day, tho following otllcers were years. The former two leave a wife and children. . . as well as the national bank notes. six small children each. Edward Momo-razard and her threo children wero present elected for tho ensuing year: James M. Victor Hugo. aged about fifty-fivSaffell, Frankfort, R. E. G. C; John S. in jumping susand joined the Sunday-schooA Young Lady's Sad Fate. tained injuries from which he died a few Lyle, Coviagton, V. E. D. G. C; Henry G. Paris, May 2a Victor Hugo will be hours later. He but recently arrived from buried In New Cattle Disease. Whitehall, N. Y., May 25. Tho body Sandifer, E. G. Gen.; Horace January, tho Pantheon, a special decree England. He leaves a large family. The Bloomington, III., May 28. Within the Maysville, E. G. Capt. Gen.; John K. Lake, having been passed secularizing It in order of Nellie Brittell, of Elizabethtown, N. Y., bodies were frightfully mangled. to permit tho interment of the remains aged twenty one years, who left her homo past week, on the farm of Owen Means, at Cynthlana, E. G. Prel.; W. H. Meffert, ; John W. Prnett, A Common Scold. there. The date of the funeral is yet un- twelve days ago to gather winter greens, Saybrook, this county, a number of appar- louisville, E. G. S. was found yesterday the ently healthy cattle have fallen dead in Frankfort, E. G. Junior Warden; D. P. r Philadelphia, May 27. certain, although the government desires Bouquet River. Over on the bank of enMargaretta it to take place next Saturday. M. Rene fifty men were as if from heart disease. The Robb, Woodford County, E. G. Treasurer; Brooks was convicted of being a Goeblet will deliver tho funeral oration. gaged in the search. The fjody was nude. their tracks appears to be contagious, but its common scold, and was sentenced to four The revolutionists of France have deter- Pieces of the young lady's clothing were disease is not yet clearly dofined. It creates J. D. Croninger, Maysville, E. G. Recorder; nature found for distance of Charles II. Fisk, Covington, E. G. Standmonths' imprisonment. After tho sentence mined to take advantage of the affair and from where aher body wns over two miles no little anxiety among stockmen. discovered. It ard Bearer; Thomas Flourney, Paducah, make a demonstration. eighteen-year-ol- d her daughter jumped to is supposed that sho strayed so far into the E. G. Sword Bearer; J. D. Lewis, Bowling Indians Defeated by U. S. Troops. woods that she could not find her way out, her feet and struck one of tho witnesses, Oleomargarine in Pennsylvania. an aged lady, In tho face with her fist, and and that sho died from exposure and starv Omaha, Neb., May 2S. U. S. troops de- Green, Grand Warden; Samuel II. Stone, mother and daughter bethen Philadelphia, May 2a Tho action of ation. feated a band of Apache Indians in Cook's Grand Captain of Guard. . came Intensely excited, crying, Governor of Mrs. The other night the smoke-hous- e Canon, N. M. Tho Apaches have been screaming and striking right and left. hibiting Pattison in signing the bill proTerrible Effects of Lightning Stroke. the manufacture and sale in this joined by the Utes and Navajoes. The Lucy McFerran, at Danville, was entered, After the mother had been remanded to the During a Oakland, Terriprison van the Judgesentcnced the daugh- Stato of oleomargarine has created indfer. vere storm III., May 25. tho residenceseand three hundred pieces of bacou stolen. Sunday of situation in the southern part of the tory is ter also to four months' Imprisonment for nation among tho wholesale provision dMl- - Abe Winglee, seven night north-wemiles of settlers causing much apprehension amon Deputy Sheriff, W. S. Downton,nrrested , wuo nave oeen extvnshrtv contempt of Court. At this announcement era jii iuis tiij and others for the future. this clty,was struck by lightning. The flash a negro named Elsey Logan for th$ offense, the girl became frantic, began screaming engaged in exporting and selling the prod- came through a window and entered tho sitwho mal a statement on his way to jail on commission. The bill makes it a Monument to Rebecca Nourse. at tho top of her voice, and resisted des- uct ting room wherein were Mr. Winglee, his which implicated another colored person perately tho officers who took hold of her punishable offense for any one to havo in vvife, his and four children. Danverr, Mass., May 28. Dedication ot name Burnside. Shortly after Elsey was to remove her to the van. Sho fought with their possession the article in any shape-afte- Mrs. Winglee was struck and died withmonument erected here in memory ol placed in jail Sheriff Salter arrested Burn-sidJuly 1 next. all her strength, and being a strong, robust out a struggle; Miss Van Varis, her sister, tho . . Rebecca Nourse, one of the victims of the young woman, it took all the strength of and placed hhn in was stricken down and is now in an unCuban Filibustering Expedition. witchcrait excitement, is fixed for uty Downton, while ho the custody of Deptwo of tho strongest officers of the Court conscious condition, and Mr. Winglee and Salem30. went after still anJuly which, under the old style, will be to remove her from tho room. Key West, Fla., May 2a The Cubans two of the family were struck, but did not the 193a anniversary of the hanging. other scjpected party. Burnside broke here are parading the streets with bands of lose consciousness. The house was set on loose froa Mr. Downton on the corner of Insecure Building Collapses. fire, but the flames were subdued. in consequence of . . Second and Main streets, and ran, when A Woman for Parliament. Jersey Crrr, N. J.,' May 27. Thejthree-stor- y music, Santiago de Cuba, the reported landing at of an expedition Mormons in Idaho. May 28. Miss Helen Taylor, an Mr. Downton fired at him five times, not London, frame tenement house, No. 76 Colgate numbering two hundred men, under Varona Blackfoot, Idaho, May 25. In the advocate of woman's suffrage, has accepted with the intention of shooting him, but street collapsed this morning. Five fami- and Vaceo, which, it is stated, has since Third District Court hero Saturday Bishop an invitation to contest a seat m Parliawith the hope of stopping him. Ho did not lies occupied tho premises, including been reinforced by one thousand nu. m and four other Mormons, ment. ven itop, however, and is still at large. persons. Four were kjlled. Bar- that district. A stato of siege has bees George Stuart guilty to polygamous pracney, Nellie and Mary Anderson, aged nine decreed, and the Captain General of Cuba who pleaded fined $300 A small una sentenced to Apparently coal contains much ol employe of girl child of Mr. Scally,IJan and seven years and three months respec- has gone with the troops to that province. tices, were each the Territorial the Louisville Gas Works, fell Prison. which wo four months in - tively, were all smothered in bed, inyet know nothing. For Stuart escaped five years ago through tho from a rear porch at its parents' home, and Michael Webb, aged fifteen years, had his Large Shipment of Strawberries. fifth wife. These are tho stance, n chemist in Munich has, it is fatally injured itself. Brain perjuryof his head crushed. John Coyne, aged thirty-ninfever ensued, Centralia, hundred first convictions in the Territory. an insurance agent, was badly in- and ninety-fou- r III., May 2&-stated, succeeded in obtaining from dis- and the little sufferer died. thousand quarts of strawjured. Nine other persons, hurt more or tilled coal a white crystalline powder The State Pharmaceutical Association in Pennsylvania. n leso seriously, were cared for by neighbors. berries were taken to Chicago by the Tho building was known to bo insecure. Twelvefrom points south of Ceatralia. which, ro far as regards its action on coavenil at Danvillo a few days since. Philadelphia, May 25. thousand quarts were has broken out among the cattle in tho human system, can not bo dis- The Executive Committo reported forty-fiv- e It was to have been repaired next week. here, the season having barelyshipped from opened- - "1 Fortunately no firo broke out in tho ruins. various parts of the State, and fears that it additional names for membership, COO quarts wero transferred hero for noints will become widespread are felt. There is tinguished from quinine, except that it making eighty in all since the last meeting. on the main lino of the Illinois Central the outbreak of pleuroMillions of Hoppers. danger also that assimilates more readily with tho stomNearly two hundred demented inmates pneumonia in Newcastle County, Delaware, ach. Its ofliciency iu reducing fever Chicago, May 27. A Colorado telegram Novel Application for Qffice, of the Anchorago Asylum attended tho may spread to this State. Several herds says: Millions of young grasshoppers are heat is represented as quite remarka- Museum at Louisville, a few days ago. Washington, May 2G. An applicant for of cattle in Delaware are now affected. reported coming out of tho sandy soil on The ble. When people havo to tako small crowd was very the south side of tho Arkansas River, above a Postofflce in South Carolina senthk card orderly. ," Government Exhibit to be Withdrawn. to "oal as a tonic and cat coke as a destroying early vegetables and by mail on tho Postmaster General with Pueblo, Quite a number of it save tho Washington, May 2a At a meeting of tender shrubs. Their appearance is simi- nothing it is time to rellect what a derson favor cremationthe citizens of Henas a disposition ol lar to that of 1673, when they were swept Philippians iv.. 17. That verslS?.' the Cabinet it was decided to withdraw tho wonderful party old Dame Naturo is. dead bodies. Government exhibit from New Orleans nt east by winds, and consumed an immense "Not Because I desire a gift, but I m The rectifying house of Elias Block & fruit that may abound to your accost." tho close of the World's Fair, and not amount of growing crops in Kansas. Air. T. JL Garrett of Washington, Sons, distillers, was burned the other day. allow it to remain for tho permanent exhiTreaty of Peace Signed bition. Ga., has a cyclone pit, but it is said to atPrestonville. Loss, $25,000. Poundmaker Gives It Up. . Pekin Andrew Johnson, the desperado who bo more dangerous than the cyclone-Ta- rt Battleford, May 27. Chief Pound-mak- treaty of May 2a The French copy &f the Proprietors Responsible. peace and thirty brave surrendered last has been agreed between China aitf some of his killed Josiah Hoskins and his of his family and to. Nothing now Cincinnati, May 20. The Coroner's neighbors ran into it on account of a daughter and Thomas Napper, in Boll nigbt to General Middleton as prisoners, to with 200 stands of arms. They are now the be dono to conclude tho intire work Si verdict in tho case of the fifteen victims of clap ot convention but the mere compilu; of the Sixth street fire, on the 21st, places tho thunder and a puff of wind, and County, a few days ago, has surrendered awaiting the disposition of the Governto the local authorities. the of the treaty, wh ment. Gabriel Duniont, Riel's Lieutenant, soon Chinese 01 whole responsibility on the proprietors of had to bo carried out of it on account of bo finished. A movejie.vt is on foot at Maysville to the establishment, J. J. Sullivan & Co. was captured by United States troops at gas. organize a new Fair Company. Fort Aseinibolae, Montana. Killed His Father. Work of Lightning. read A musician whoso door-plat-o Thomas p Donovan, of MaysvSle, at Springfield. Mass., May Kankakee, III., May 26. Alexander Veteran ef 1812 Dead. . Sham" was much disgusted to oae time part owner of tho Republican a farmer, livaged thirty-fivBruhance, ' Boston, May 27. John R. Heat, a vetr-aenvious newspaper of that city, is dead, of ing near Grunt Park, was killed by light find ona morning that some llaW11 of war of 1613, died In Brecldime, j conveying tho rival had written uader it "ia A sing, a wire clothes-lin- e H"Jjr , sH alartytre ysara. j ajiclrie stroke to him Chicago Strati, demon-statiocon-tufaed to-da- tix Man-JaR- e rain-stor- m to-da- s ts Ti- e. nt tallJiaadjstaW.y.-witkKaarlciooHiplexicm- o Rain-storm- s. ..-- ". .. h Whit-snoti- de a, dur-JP- ng Pin-se- fish-hatchi- -- look-keep- double-barrele- er to-da- y head-quarter- s $-,- :.". Trans-Caucasia- Encn-avin- oftSSiaBky' S!uja carried The Democrats of I had not been local editor of tho that Stato for tho ClovolandfWectors by Bugle very long before I discovered that 6,141 majority in a of thore wero lots of people who wore willlarger by many J&pjgands than ing to holp in molding public opinion, had ever before been cast. if I would let thom. Some of tlieni Though the oppositiojaw!sc-divideseemed to think ihat thoy had a right as to annenr before cpublican Na to do so. Convention withityrf Bets of dele tional In Texas, as olscwhoro, there aro any gates, and though thcrmust have renumber of queer roosters who think mained some bitternoOTKiacconnt of that the editor of the local paper wears the summary rcjectiomof the one and the habiliments of poverty and nibbles the nomination of a candidate which n at tho crackers and pallid the other did not favor, 'yet the cheese of tho free lunch counter for no camo out opcaly and boldly as other purpose than to furnish Thomas, the Republican partvj ofg. Virginia, Richard and Honry with facilities for polled over fifteen thousandjvotes more vonuiaung moir nnvate criovancos va. than they had for tfja legislature in hi paper. 1883 and'eut tho Deraocraticgmajonty The worst one I over saw was Sim from seventeen Uiouiandr down to six Hodman, who luyl n ranoh on Qnlavqijig. thousand in a sinsrle year L THCrc-- is -- nonmrffiamlalafosaraw Creek, and who came to town once a for week to transact business a part of incapacity, paruaiuy or lavoiujsni which was getting drunk, and giving among Democratic learfers. It is loo mo advico as to how to write local small to play with. Tho Mahoneites will fight harder this afternoon while at work at my year than they ever have before, bedesk there was a smell of whisky in the cause they are lighting for their lives. air, and a few minutes later on in came and they will tako every advantage of the slightest errors in policy of tho Sim Holman, shoving his whisky-lade- n breath in front of himself, so to speak. Democratic leaders. If they lose their It was cvidont that ho had something political power will be forever gone. If they win they will regain all they havo on his mind bosides whisky. Ho sat down very close to me, and lost iu the last two years, together with although I mntiaged to shut off somo that prestige which results from a- - restoration to political honors from which of the distillery aroma with a palm-lea- f fan, I got enough of it to maka me one has been in a measure dispossessed. That there is some discontent prethink I was in Austin during a session He was hut drunk vailing among A'irginla Democrats is of the Legislature. He remarked: not open to argument, though its tmousrli to talk lluontly. and possible oflect undoubtedly is. "There's a bntvhct-face- d Yankee living noar my ranch, who should be de- A part of it is due to tho slow and connounced by tho Bugle as an enemy of servative policy of tho Administration, the South. He has swindled me in a which allows the Mnhone hog trade. You can draw a little, can't whoso appointments were wholly political, and made solely for partisan you?" --Just a little." to remain for the present undis"I want you to draw somo pictures turbed. It is more than probablo this of the hog he sold me. Ho sold mo a state of things will speedily rogulate itrazor-bac- k for a Berkshire He sold me self; but whether it does or not, Virginia Democrats ought not to, however razor-backd one of these that prowl about the woods, lhiug on much they may, bo held responsible. But there ha's been some criticism of acorns, but can spare time to climb unthe acts of Virginia Democratic leaders der the fnce and help harvest the com which is certainly crop rather than let it sjioil for want of and attention. It w:u one of them pigs that riortinont, so far as founded on faats. is to thin it can't crawl through a little The Lynchburg Convention of 1SS8. in hole if you tie a knot on the end of its its platform of principles, has this to tail. That's the kind of a swine that say among other expressions or its views: "We demand such real Yankee abolitionist sold me for a reform as will make merit the Berkshire." test of otlicial fitness and exclude the system of bargain and sale of oflices." Objection is made to the plan by which the Democratic Congressmen have parceled out the Federal appointments that it militates agaiust this resolution, in that it does not make merit the test, and that it is closely ale lied to the principle Vi'fcPl? bccauo it permits eight Congressmen to divide up the Federal oflices in the -L x4 J State by agreement among themselves, "I suppose you drank a glass of cold from which their own constituents arc water, I remarked; "and not bein excluded and in which the Democrats usou to it, you got so drunk you f the two Republican districts have no couldn't tell a razor-bac- k hog from a representative at alL bronze statue of .Niobe, If you don't It is much more to the purpose to know anything more about hogs than note tho existenco.ofJhhi''etion than, flic Vir- iHi8tfyounnwiiuKmaiwyoffiJ! llow a Yankee Palmed One of Them Ofl on a Native for a llcrk- ruli-IHoocl- shire. Icmoer.X 'Ajed to Vir- - tfgoto 284,-99- 1, l!oa-bitte- es detected tho effort, it was the workers who aurronnJcd the meeting,! e and it was tho bully who browbeat the timid Kto submission; and forced the passage of tho resolution of "conlidouce in our senator for his noble efforts in behalf of Virginia." It was only by a gonoral uprising of tho people that a free expression of tho voters was obtained ami Virginia's truo voice was heard despite the struggles of e this army to prevent it. The existence of suon an organized force of partisans in this state is a lasting menace to Virginia. Simple justico demands its overthrow, and justice is what tho Postmastcr-Gcncrproposes to give a long-s- u tiering people. It is for that Virginians have long, and until now, vainly appealed. Ridir; post-ofiicpostal-sorvical -- 4 mond Va.) State. ox-te- nt office-holder- s, pur-po-e- slab-side- s, oflice-holdo- rs EXAMINE THE BOOKS. ' ' The Necessity for This Clear to tho Molt Obtusn Intelligence, HopulAicxn emiHuoh ovur thcacc rate balancing of the cash in the United States Treasury is too pronounced and loud to be wholly genuine. It deceives uobody, not even themselves. .Nobody anticipated auy shortage in tho cash account, and there would have been just as much surprise among Democrats as anion Republicans if a shortage had been shown. Tiie Treasury proper, that is, tho cadi mora, is the last place where any stealing would lie likely or practicable It is ouo of tk? of the busis ness that the ea-- h should be balanced and tiie balance verit-odaily; and until this is done the emp'oyes are compolled to remain in the office. Only by a coms bination of all t ie through whose hand the money jmssej or who have eustody of it could any abstraction be made. Such a ounbination it would be almost impossible to oiloct. Every member of it would know that he was in the jiower of every other, and that anv change in the ollicinl force woukl almost inevitably bring sure detection. It would hav been safe to prediat, then, at any time hai the cash count in the Treasury wou'd come out right to a cont as it ha-'It furo has been any necc-isitteper-on. full-blo- od civil-servi- cc ikfe. &WsS&SSSSn: bargain-and-sal- vs. eorreapondoavu wi h the figures shown by the bxks, is not at s 11 conclusive as to the accuracy of the latter, or of the fact that they have been honestly kopt. Still less is it conclusive as to tho honesty of the book-k- e pijig in other branches beside the Treasury. It is a coneidera'ion of this fact which shows the Republican exultation i. Thy misrepresent whon thoy sav that tke Democratic cry was "count the cadi." The Democratic cry was ''overhaul the books" and whoruvor tliat has bmi done thoroughly and im-partially.the necessity for doing it has been rnido clear. In the Agricultural Bureau, for instance, a more surface ox-animation of the books shows the mosf un-foiin- de fraud in that b.an h o." the (lovernmont it will be found in the books, wiiorc concealment is comparatively easy, and involve collusion on the part of but fv The accuracy of the oash count, and its J astounding mismanagement, if nothing worse. Ot tho ;iV.Wrt appropriation for tllft itHul ilnirJMlrm TrT?iifw iew-,an- d . 00-10- 0 lJI-1- 00 raising journal." "I wasn't drunk," replied Sim Holman; "I was as sober as lam now. I guess I can tell one kind of a hog from another Your name is Sweet 1 don't mistake you for anybody else. d But as J was fraying, that hog, built on the !sw5 cottage style of architecture, wanted to rub its back on something, and not knowing any better, he allayed the irritation by rubbiug against a bi.c hive. slab-side- i full-giow- n, half-grow- 25.--T- he rat-killi- do-sig- ns tn-H- ol t Com-mander- y, ol n, e, l. -- "W-- to-d- ay st sister-in-la- w r e, twenty-se- e, One fruit-trai- Pleuro-Pneumon- ia Pleuro-pneu-mon- ia -- "pick-me-up- dS m er rSns ld -. 27.-lw- niie e, te ' & J .- -- - -- - t,jytj!gbt cos-iia- tf years' Jpibrogatc it was expended before iilay lr1 dr tho best and start over. Thousl itoe not very shown to be by Uk- - books. The books bad, it is certainly not mj obviously ex- also show the purcha.se of torglmm cellent as to warrant adherence to it in eed by the hundred bushels at $2.35 to spito of the persistent opposition of $2.9 a bU'hel. when the same seed men who have 0t03 anil who are not could ha e Ixuiht at twenty-fiv- o particular at times how they use them. cents a bushel. This may be miiro Another poiut made by criticising mifrmanat'ineit: but if it occurred ia a Democrats is that the young men of private business there would bo a very the party have not received the recog- rigid inquiry on the part of those furnltih-in- g nition which has been promised and the funds to aerwt'n if there to which thoy-- aro entitled. This is no were nothing woise than mismanagejiew statement. It was sajd four years ment. No private business hoiixo would ago that ono reason for Mahone's accept as t nil the showing of tho bookstrength was that lie brought young keeper ami cashier accounting for tho men out and gave them opportunities expenditure of thousands of dollars by for political preferment, which Demo- tin1 alleged purchase of goods at toil cratic loaders had continued to deny times the market price. Nor should them. Like the other complaint, its the of the country accept existenco is of more importance than i's any such frhowing from t ie agonts who soundness, and it should be put an end have been their money and to at once. pn ifessing rb keep an account of it Good management, combined with This exhibit from the Agricultural unselfish purposes among the party Bureau illustrates very forcibly the folly x leaders, ought to carry Virginia for the of accepting mere ace r.iej of cash "Tho bees," continued Sim, "hap- Democracy by thirty thousand majori- count or even an accurate balancing of the books as ovidenec of honesty and ' pened to be in! They just dropped ty. Washington rost. good management It shows that the whatever thoy were at, and proceeded to entertain their visitor, lho ho" THAT "CONFIDENTIAL" LETTER. books may balance to a coiit, as it is ft sang for them a plaintive ditty. A Letter as Happy an It Ha Mario tho claimed they do in the Internal Revenue " Department, while thousands of dollars ltepublicans Unhappy. The circular letter sent out by the have been squandered or misappropriated. Detroit Free Press. Postmaster-Generto the Democratic members of Congress in reference to SENATORIAL COURTESY., , -- . in Tfti'ffvl postmasters, has elicited an angry The XVIsest, Fairest nnI l!et KulenvItUf., ml howl from the Republican ranks. Uesjiect tci Prosldcntiil Appointments. t Hatton, in the astoundingly novel po- , At the recent Pendleton banquet, in,,. sition of pure, lofty etherialiser, above New York 31 r. Kvart, who was one oJ .,- the low depths of partisanry, cries the guests and speakers, made a vague, that it is the duty of all Republican allusion to the Republ can Senate as a postmasters to resign because the let-t- curb on the Democratic Administration hits at that great actuating prinand his words aro coustrued by Reciple of which has invaria rv 'win ii ably characterized the Republican of publican pajiers into a promise that the 2L not excepting the Virginia feeiiate will proimbly attempt to kuop in plaee by Outcast and the odorous Devy surround- Republican ing him singing halellujahs "while they refusing to allirm the Democrats ap- ' pointed to succeed them. Senator Fryu, people. "Well, the busy little bees not only robbed the Hatton himself resigned some months of Maine, is thought to foreshadow improved the shining hour, but they since, when could'not do otherwise, something like this also in saying that also improved the breed of that pig. and several heRepublican postmasters he will hold himself under obligations "When 3ou were a boy, and got stung . have followed his example under sim- to be governed in his vote on appoint-by tho bees on the exposed parts they ilar circumstances. ments by the It is not proba- from the'fctate re,ujst of the Senators swelled all up. You see that thin, ble that any of from which the appointRepublican that razor-bac- k hog was exposed all over, so campaign army viJ late in get- ment is made. Senator Frye has no he swelled up all over, until he looked ting out until t ga Advice personal coueern abnit pursons apfat and plump like a Berkshire hog. foi from a man who was forced to leave pointed to otlice in can be given easily, but it cm not bo example, and will feel inclined to vott fvSr5 so readily takenpy one who is in and for them, as a rule. But if the 2Iau-- r chusetts Senators do not like a parop hopes for retentionletter is as appointed to office in their State, ami The Postmaster-General'- s hnnnv as it hasfniade the Republican reu st Senator Frye to assist them in I him. he .will feel himself party unhappy.f Our Republican con defe-uin' temporaries ;tniniv. it mis an assassin bound b the courtesy of tho Senate to aspect because ifbears the mark'con-lidential- ." do so. Under this curious rule the ReBut the enlightened, un- publican Senators from each State could biased public regard the private mark agrea to oppose all appointments in , as imparting to tho document that their State, and the result would be a , mysterious potency and pcetically pun- compact and organized opposition in gent aroma accompanying the swing of the Senate to every new appointment. But this would produce a collision the unseen censer, which, no matter how dense and disagreeable the sur- between the Presiient and the factious happened to come along, and roundings, will and purify the at- Republican Senato, ending in appeal to that cussed Yankee incendiary sold me mosphere. Mr. PuTre says of his plan, the country, aud in the end the Sonnte Vilas that hog for a thoroughbred swine. In that it "is, in short, to pick out the would be discomfited and subdued. a few days he began to fall off as the most obnoxious and offensive partisans The House onhl support the President, swelling went down, and now he is the in each county,,to the number of a sixth for the House is I cmoer.ite, nnd the '' same old razor-bac- k he always was. If to a quarter of all. and choose lirst-clacountry would support the President the press of the country doesn't pro- men to take their places." because the countrv w Democratic. pose to redress those kind of wrongs, it The simple Demosratic rule ie the Virginians kac-- what the term offen to confirm all has no lofty mission any more." wisest, fairest and bo sive partisan racsns, and how A. E. Sweet, in Texas Siftitigs. it is in connectiou ...:1. appo'utmciits of a Republican President ly appropriate Ill ia Virginia after they except where th ap;vointec iscspociai-I- v the objectionable. This rule is based A gentleman in Virginia who was fell into Mahooe's hands. The postal .: OTi.et nf neCSSltv hottrnll nrmn. ' upon the principle thai when the Prosi making preparations to marry, fre- a ,;,! nnranized f wne ifnri. ' dent is a Republican be has a risht to quently talked over the matter with his intended bride, and together thoy sug- ed under the direction of a shameless Republican assstants and subordinates, nd gested useful articles for their adventurer agaM the free voters of and a Republcann'oadinmistration-a- but tc altornatrro spies, bullies and Democrats have household. Recently he asked Vireinia. love: "Does anything else workers in that force, which was made await their turn. The homiblican strong by the ai.Lr money, ate will do well to adopt the rule. Iheir suggest itself to you, Amelia, that 1 get to make our home happy?" When here and there some poor negro pity is out of power: tho country is. mignt a Demo-slave-a The young lady blushed, and with a risine superior to hfs fellow-w- h te Democratic and has cho-csoft love-ligsought to shake off the Mahonc ' cratic President- - This Democratic exe-Lin her eyes, respondorganize an independent ident is charged with the duty of ed: "Nothing, Edward, dear, unless wliereby he cuid Y0te and r ating th laws ami ahould bo permit. you think it would bo pleasant to ' have your life insured." ho wedding. act as bis more manly impulses die - ted to choose h s own frubordlnatoi foi . Loms RspubUsatu Uy postponed! t&Ud, It wMMPHfflt0 8py who ilret tho work.--- ViTif iiifriTrTTT' nnia.Lcni .gnfttot.clLaiLtfcplWh liili cirhi(ll li.,v.. !; len tax-pave- rs ig vJ. al "zSlwJ lit'' or self-respe- ct lice-holde- r, oiliee-holde- rs sot-hasti- ly they-mus- Slas-achusctt- s, - , g "I ss t post-offic- es :.i j pros-Eocti- ve Therre j ! n ht mt hs bm J L?fc oS? Ktj JiCS ww li MM A. 4 w ?-f- ? The Hickman, Courier. GEOHGE WJUtREN, Publisher. "I'm sure to have a capital au ;""::" surnri? Susan, genuine tirao, rll HICKMAN. ; : c KENTUCKY. CAROL. to tho platform guard I llkotho stand by rushing At end of a train. To watch tho rapid interchange Of forest, hill and plain. And see the Iron rails reeled off Llko threads from an endless skion. Uckety, lankety, ling! The chords of iron rinjr In tuno with every Jar Of tho swiftly moving car. Music and motion, well combined, Win five reJef to a troubled mind. The trees and fences near tho track Go tlylnff backward fast. THE CONDUCTOR'S Beaver's Falls was only distant from Drinkwater. and the natu-ra- l history party, takinan early tram, reached the museum at eleven o'clock. lGpt M close as possible to Irofessor Beeves, and was deeply interested in the discussions which took place between that and a noted scientist who was n excellent talker and possessed a wonderful fund of information on the subject of natural history. But some of the other boys grew tired, after a time, of the learned gentleman's views, and strolled aray in different directions fa search of amusement of some kind. was listening attentively to the Professor's description of a strange species of moth found in Australia, when ho was annoyed br a toucn on n'3 arm, and turning, saw John Drake, his boon conipanionat tho Academy, and tho son of wealthy and aristocratic George Tho Opium Habit. Haahoosb, tho Pipo and tho Chew. sixty miles A Sermon by Ttev. Dr. Talmage on ho have a civo her NAJICOTICS. Deleterious and Deplorable KIToots of tlin Intlulcenco In Tobacco and Kindred Vice. the At every minute's run I know that somebody's hope or foars Aro centered in every one. Somebody's race has only bogun And somebody's nearly douo. Uumpety. bampety, bindl Around the curves I wind. The platform rocks aud swings. Ilut rests on trusty sprinirs. There's nothing so good for u tired brain u rido at the end of a lightning train. As 1. --IT. And houses sviiuin level fields Until It seems at last That I alone am standing' still And tho world is gliding: past. Clickety, clackety, clang! A bridge rocs bv with a ban, The time to ctujS its span Is ft jot In the lire of man, And a span of life Is much too brior To bo shortened or clouded by usoless grlof. A dozen homes are left behind Ensign. WHAT BE KEMIBEEED. Tho Ono Novor-to-be-Porgott- "Comb along with roc" whispered John. "1 know vou harehcard enough of this sort of talk, and I waat yu t0 see the ugliest womanjyou ever laid eyes on. She's enough!? give a fel,ow the nightmare for a week. Dill and Manning have been trying to chaff her, but they can't get a word out of her. Look, there she is now,'4 George turned his cres toward the door, and saw, comingSlowlv toward him, a heavy basket ofttowels on her arm, his sister Susan, v parents., . 5 U i IE. It- - Lis l sMcr, and that she lived in Beaver's Falls, but were not awaro that her occupation was that of "ffonw fering from debility, or any one In feeble lieulth, L a laundress. He bad never considered SIOETZEX, 65 Fulton St; cfficiSo, them. J c George Mason was a very prominent it necessary to mention that fact. l man in Denver's Falls. For several Could he acknowledge it now? Could "raralytic, nervous, tremulous old ladies are made perfectly quiet and sprightterms a member of the Legislature, and ho go forward and embrace fraternally ly by using Hop Bitters. stooping, plainly twice Govornor of the State, his name this 1ST None ffenu ine without a bunch of green dressed woman with tho scarred, diswas widely known and universally reHops on tho white labc 1. Shun all the vile, poistorted face? What would the boys say onous Stuif with "Hop' or"IIops"in their narae. spected; and his friends, many of whom if he did so? And Prof. Reeves . dated thoir acquaintance with him from No he could not do it. boyhood, said he was a strictly upright Yet he hesitated a moment, his bettct man and had never donu anything feelings, his love for the sister who had ,' done so much for him. struggling foi mean, dishonest, or cruel. then, with the thought But there was an incident of his oarlv the ascendancy; "She will never know," ho turned youth of which they knew nothing, an aside to avoid the meeting. incident he had novor mentioned to any But he turned too late. Susan had one, and of which he could not think, happened to glanco in tho direction in even at sixty yonrs of age, without a ting- which ho stood, and recognized him at ling in his cheeks, and a feelinr of once. ,ms or oughly reformed; lwt the s deepest shame and contrition twenty years from now you may have a AN ANALYSIS. Sho gavo a slight exclamation, and A poiso.v. Now, I stand this morning not only in that I have seen go on and go down. Their coin two thousand years old. A coin It was connected with his sister Susan, was about to put down her basket, You any: "Didn't God make tobacco?" in and though Susnn never alluded to it in whon suddenly she paused and her face Oh, yes. You say: "Isn't God good?" the presence of my God, to whom I must cry in the last hour of life is not for God, could not have been made before the o w any way, and seemed to cherish only Hushed crimson. In her brother's ex- Oh, yes. You say: "Then God, when He give an account for what I sny but nor for prayer, nor for the Bible, bat for beginning of time." Texas Siflings. opium. Perhaps there are only two perX the kindest feelings toward him, Goorgo pression of mortification and annoy- created tobacco, must have created it for I stand in the presence of a great m PI h. VC7,TH HERO felt sure that she remembered it to the ance, in his attempt to avoid her, she somo good purpose." Oh, yes; it is good young mon who are forming their sons outeidethe household who know what Not Marrying the Family. O o is the matter with them the physician day of her death, and that the remem- read the truth Ac teas ashamed of her. for n great many things tobacco is. It is babite. Between seventeen and twenty-thre- e brance was as painful to her as to him. there are tons of thousands ef young ami the pastor; the physican called iu for Jinks "Get a week off and run down For an instant she stood motionless; good to kill moths in the wardrobe and u n C0PYl0H7t0j. She was only his o and there then with, a long, gasping sigh, which tick In sheep, and to straugulate all kinds men damaging themselves irretrievably physical relief, the pastor called in for to tho seashore with me." o was a difference of nearly seventeen seemed to George to come from tiie of vermin, and to fumigate pestiferous by tobacco. You either use very good to- spiritual relief; lwt they both fail. The Minks "I can't afford it." years in their ages. George could not depths of her heart, sho lifted her places, and. like all other poisons, God bacco or cheap tobacco. If you us cheap physician acknowledges his defeat. The "Oh, pshaw! Your income is bigger Z o remember either of Ins parents, for they heavy basket higher on her arm. and created it for some particular Hse. So He tobacco, I want to tell you why it h cheap. minister of religion acknowledges his than mine, and you have uo children." X for it seems as if the Lord does not had died when he was an infant; but he with averted face passed by him with- did henlwne, so mix vomica, so copperas, It is a mixture of burdock, Q. "True; but it'takes all I can make to -answer prayer for opium eaters. O, man I keep things going. My wife's relations E had never felt their los, so tireless and out a won!. plantain leaves, so belladonna, so all those poisons which sawdust, colt's-fooo lime, salt, alum and a little O, woman! Are you tampering with this all insist on boarding with me about complete was Sudan's devotion to him. He saw her stop at a desk at tho other Ho directly created or had man extract. 3 For his sake she had riven tin hor end of the room, and give tho basket to But tho same God who made the jKMsons tobacco. You can not afford, my young habit? Have you just begun? Are you half tho time." m X dreams of becoming a teacher, and had a janitor, who gave ner some money in also created us with common sense to brother, to take such a mess as that be- for the assuagement of physical distresses "Now, see here. Minks, I told vou z tween your lips. If, ou tho other hand, or mental trouble making this a regular long ago just how it would be; taken up the laborious occupation of a return, but saw no more; for fearing to know how to uso them and how not to use Ew9S4ssnKjHHMWirfvi?Enfl you laundress; and that he might be com- meet hor eyes again, he turned his face them. "Oh," say some of my friends, you use costly tolmceo, let me say I do not resource? I beg you stop. The ecstasies refused to listen, but kept saying that fortably clothed and sent to seJinnl. s.lm toward a case of butterflies and moths. "don't peoplo use it without seeming harm think you can afford it. You take that at tho start will not pay for the horrors at you were not going to marry the whole had denied herself almost the necessi- and protonded to be deeply interested to themselves, and are there not cases of which you expend awl will expend if you the last The iaradisa is followed too family." CcOHIQHTtO 1 ties of life. keep the habit all your life aad put it soon by the pandemonium. Morphia is a in them. plethora which absolutely need this deple"Well. I didn't, either; but the whole 3-2E3 "3? blessing from God for the relief of sudden family seems to have 3 Hard as she was obliged to work, and He was startled by an oxclamation of tion?" Oh, yes. Skillfufand prudeut phy- aside, and it will buy you a farm to make marriod me." SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. few as were hor pleasures, she never surprise and pleasure from Prof. sicians have sometimes prescribed it, just you comfortable in the afternoon of life. pang or acute dementia, but was never inPhiladelphia Call. H. H. WABNE3 & CO., Eochester. Jf.y. complained and was so bright and Beeves, who broke off in tho middle of as they sometimes prescribe arsenic, and A merchant of New York gnve this testi- tended for prolonged use; and, what is the s peculiar sadness of it, it comes to ieoplo in cheerful alwaj-that George, when a a sentence, and started forward toward they prescribe it well. There can be no mony: "In early life I smoked six cigars a FOR Murrugu itml Health. There is an old lady living in little fellow, took it as a matter of the center of the room with outstretched doubt about its being poisonous. There day at six and a half cents each they av- their weak moments. Db Qiiincey says: Athens, Ga., now eighty-tw- o ALL WEAKNESSES OF DIGESTION, Tittbur; j, Ta., 2fov. Sth, ISsi Mrs. years of "I took it for rheumatism." Coleridge soys: age, who course that sho should toil for his main- hand. was a case reported in which a little child eraged that. I thought to myself one day : Lydia E. I likham: "As is fn. uently tho has never entered a church or tenance, and never thought to thank or "Susan! Susan Shiolds?" he cried, in lay upon it mother's lap and a drop from 'I'll just put aside all the money lam con- "I took it for insomnia, or sleeplessness." sjioken on tlw subject of religion. caso with mthr-r- who have reared largo pity her. a voice that was distinctly heard by her pipe fell on the child's lip, and it went suming in cigars, and all I would eonsume What do you take it for? For God's sake, When this topic is broached she always B. H. WARNER & C0.t Rochester, H. Y. families, I have been a great sufferer for But as he grew older he bogan to re- every one in the room. "I can't be mis- into convulsions aud into death. "But," if I kept on in the habit, and In ill see do not take it too long. PBOT. J. O. ADAMS. South Srrrnr. V. V- - rewwn- - years from complaints incident to married In some families chloral is taking the gota up and leaves the room. Xo one BtnrtaWarncr'iliv.'ErAN E.The HrtMntheatroBc- - life. I have tried the skill of a number of alize his obligations to her, and to wish taken! Have I met you at last, after all you say, "don't people live on to old age what it will come to by compound interplace of opium. Physicians first prescribe knows what is hor beliof. St. Louis cst terms lor ujpcptla and stomach disorder. that he could take on his own shoulders these years?" who indulge in this habit?" physicians, and the virtue of many med- -' Yes; so I est.' " And be gives this tremeadous sta- it for sleeplessness. Then the iwtient the burden hers had carried so lon-It seemed to George as if the root have seen an inebriate seventy years old. tistic: "Last July completed thirty-nin- e cines without relief, and as nn oxpornianfc For Toning iVVlr lir frrnilniitnil n. !.. fit 1. C , i up the System, flo Superior There are some persons who iii spite of all years since, by the grace of God, L was keeps on because he likes the effect. Whole I concluded to try yours. I can iture you A prisoner who had been declared 'n Beaver's Tails he begged hor to let the outrages to their pbysienl syittem live emancipated from the filthy habit, ami the tons of chloral are manufactured in that the benefits I hav delved from it not guilty in a murder trial at Kaloich, . Huron Llefeig syw that he knows nim una employment of somo kind; but whom he had PPRWod. th.it tl.n ou to old ago. In the case of tie .. come not because of any fnitfa I bad in It, of saving amounted to the enormous suiffwf her heart was set on his spending a Professor held by the hand so gladlv, the jug he lasted so lone because manwas $20,102.u3 by compound Interest. We lived one chemist in Germany who manufacturer N. C, bantrcdihimclf-tliooli-rLL.- was he -' AmiER sreo? 'Rocfiests'rrrir XT 'rorimiaiHititxifi0rlot&!!ottetmyMrLijs guilty QUI "Ta half ton of chloral every week. There after confessing that lie couple of years at the Drinkwater Acad- and whom he was leading toward tlie pickled. In the case of the man of the in the city, but the children, who had good. I am not a that remorse led him to 'upon J.IPFVIO. FMrf AUnun.'S' T jtwn .ifio was mancnt but icant to tellseeker afteriio emy, and she would not liston to any man of science with 5.0 eager an air? you that haca toriety pipe he lasted so long because he was learned something of the enjoyment of are multitudes being taken down by thit himself tho punishment hoindict . I tatHTrirh 'oma.n dlfonlcr, escaped in country life from their annual visits to habit. Lookout for hydrate of chloral I other plan. lie gaye op hit lutne and been xeowlerullg benejitfd by your medi"Beaufort," he heard him say, "I turned into smoked liver. the courts. rcHTdnfanninfr1ntli hop Ibat "Xow is the time for 3011 to learn, want to introduce you to tho bravest, But, my friends, what advice had we their grandparents, longed for a home But I am under this bead speaking chiefly jredtra. He ttieV&ovn cine. I am now using my fourth bottle, among the green fields. I foun4 a very of opium. There ought to be ten thousand brma Gecrge," she said, "and 1 want to see noblest woman it has ever been my lol better give to our young people? I say in A Spaniard named riiiilips, butcher xnraaol The best ptijrstclanitn va'n. In 14and In and it would take but liMe argument to tntcftl Ti!'FX The Der. yon well fitted to take jour placo in the to know. But for her I would in all the first place, let us advise them to ab- pleasant place in the country for sale. The pulpits turned into quaking, ilamiug, thuntwtfer than persuade me that my health Is ftdlg re:tt Toplar Creek Agency, M. T., recent- Mard 1& 5. tic rtatrd that his health thisme It he knew world. A good education is of the first probability not have been alive now. stain from this habit, because all the medi- cigar money now came into requisition, dering Sinais of warning again.t this narly lost one of his children by death.and of hicraf rjrar, and that no nifdli orii'l crcr hfird of eoualrd 'Hamer'a Tjrri stored. I should like to widely circulate the fact of its wonderful curative powers." importance to a man, and I know if I She saved me lifteen or sixteen years cal fraternity of the United States and and I found it amounted to a sufllcient cotic. The devil of morphia in this coun- to commemorate the event cut off his exsa The Best. lor stomach duordera. PUEBA C. ItOOP. sum to purchase the place, and it is mine. try will be mightier than the devil of alallowed you to leave school now I would ago from a frightful death. left forofinger and sacrificed a fine mare WILMOFT'S FEVER AfID AGUE TONIG pronounce it the cause of I was lying Greatd Britain and cohol. regret it as long as I lived. Never mind sick in bed, unable to move hand or d and a steer on the grave terrific unhealth. Dr. Now, boys, you take your choice, smoking A warranted care for all dlceajea UE FLECTIONS. about my working so hard". I'm used foot, when a sudden breeze, coming Agnew, Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Olcott, Dr. without a home, or a home without smokof the child. Chicago Herald. caused by malarial poisoning of ing." My friends, it is all important that by to it, and wouldn't know how to be into an open window, blew the curtains Barnes, Dr. Woodward, Dr. Rush, Dr. the blood, snth aa ChllU and Fever. FcTcr and Agoe,San Pains, Dumb OT1ISR DANCERS. personal example in every possible way idle." The first cremation of a child ever into the Susan Shields, Hosack, Dr. Harvey, Dr. Mott all the Chin. Intermittent, Itemlttcnt, Listen to that, young man, and take an we contend against all influences injurious known in America took place at LanSo George wont to the Aeadmnr at. waitinr in the Imll tn cnnnV ,,medical fraternity, allopathic, homeo,, BUioui and all other Fevrs caused ? " " iinnkwater, and his brave. unselfish mother, who was Pmra'rodw.. IV lUt pathic, hydropathic, eclectic denounce other thing into consideration, and that is, to society. Our opportunity for exercising caster, Pa., tho other day. tho body beby malaria. It ! also the Rarest with mm. vast amounts of property are destroyed such influonce is limited. What we do we ing that of Kstcllo IT. Rosenberg, a sister continued to washmnd wring and pany, smelled the smoke, aud and beat care for enlarged Spleen tho habit, and warn the community rutins General Debility iFevcr Cafce iron, proud that her labors secured to ' up stairs, made her way through the against it. One distinguished physician every year Indirectly by this habit. An had better do right away. The clock ticks child of not quite three years of age, Periodic Neuralgia. CSTorSalebyallDregslita. him the education she eousidored of flames, and carried me bodily- - from the says: "This habit is the cause of seventy agont of an insurance compasy says: now, and wo hoar it. After awhile the whose parents reside in the eity of JNew aadCKAS. F. KEELER.Wod., Chicago, III. our losses come from the spark clock will tick and wo shall not hear it. York. iV. Y. Sim. such paramount importance. nnn " different styles of disease. This habit is "One-haier letters to him were models of "A brave act!" said Prof. Beaufort, the cause of nearly all the cases of cancer of tho pipe and the cigar." Ono yetingman Seated by a country fireside, I saw the fire cheerfulness and good humor, and she "I am indeed proud to know vou. Mis of the mouth." What is the testimony of threw away his cigar in one of the cities, kindle, blaze and go out. I gathered up An armor for those who fear asmade no mention of tho severe head- Shields." the late Dr. John C. Warron, of Boston, and with it he threw away $3,000,000 worth irom tne benrth enough for profitable re- saults from vitriol throwers has been inaches which frequently prostrated hor than whom there is no higher authority? of property of others that blazed up from flections. Our Hfo is just liko tho flro on vented by a French chemist It is in AIk" en the veran4a..f 'hernarMinof calthand "An act that I have never been .Turning ManBfaeluiwi that benrth. We put on ftvsh fngote. and theform'ofa collodion ointment, which Ii njedtrCxnuaadi erfint elatvork. Jice.Tl for hours, or the terrible cough she con- to reward, deeply as I have felt myable He says: "For more than thirty years I that spark. Uargr br Siuucuu -' il.j." ai id r IW)I,tA7i apparent. obtni MEDAL. ea the.r hest OVER But 1 am speaking of higher values to- tho fire bursts through and up and out, forms an invulnerable glazing whoD GOLD 'i IMsn itI- r.M i" f rcr.a iiTr iTtJ In a few Pronounced tracted by doing without' rubbor shoes ligations to hor for it," said Prof. have been in the habit of inquiring "of palorJon.'SI. a. can for dir. thtiw. Sfndcatdofdoalervhodocinotarrp 1600 ' Elm'ra. jiii. nl'"!, ri l T'jrt--.ir' t"y r r'tp 85c day. Better destroy a whole city of stores gay of flash, gay whicli she did not feel able to buy. Beeves. "When I recovered kwltiftelciUmpirorSAMFLECAN i ca t my health tients who camo to me with cancor of tho than destroy one man. O, my young boyhood. Then theof crackle emblem ol spread over the fact. Cnrr IIS.T0S& 6c arrt.nxiiXt:1' 2 j. 4 (ic ezre u.iy adapted tu t. .' . flro reddens into coals. George could only guess at the sacri- and I inquired for .Miss Shields, tongue and lips whether they used toRdi3CfratCo.,GIo!iecJlfflHis. 01 fanvu I found friends, fices she made for him. will Tho heat fiercer, and the As tho ladies of the English aris- that she had moved from the town, and bacco; if so, whether thoy chewed or say stop if you will oxcuse tho idiom,a Iserf- stirred theis more reddens. more it is before you Iegin. Here is Over the mautel in Susan's little With the siocracv' aro now marryinjr in home- it IK.Y I have never been able to discover " smoked, and if they have sometimes sweep of flame it cleaves its way, until all spun, it would not be astonishing to see. hung a line photograph of George could endure no more. Pale, answered in the negative as to the first dom which has a shackle that it is almost the impossible to break. Gigantic intellects hearth glows with the Intensity emGeorge, neatly framed. Susan valued bewildered and contrite, he STORY PArER TIIE I1KST hurried question I can truly say that to the best of that could overcome every other bad habit blem of full manhood. Then comes a beforo long, Amorican brides gracefully it as her dearest earthly possession, and from the building. ray knowledge aud belief such cases nre United States. flopping up to tho altar in coffee-sackin the Five Stamps, been flung of this aud kept down. whiteness to the coals. The heat lessens. 3Send at Christmas time it was always Dttroxt Free Press When Susan entered her home an exceptions to the general rule. When, as have one was seeking to persuade a man The flickering for a Month. and Try It shadows have died along wreathed with bright holly and srailax. hour later, she found him lying on is usually the case, one side of the tongue Some "IB CHICAGO LEUUtK, Chicago, III. the AtittSt from the habit. The reply was: "Ask me the wall. The fagots drop apart. The George did not know how frequently sofa in the little sitting-rooAcnrron Ledlie, Tero & Marquette his face is affected with ulcerated cancer, it arises to do any thing under the canopy of household hovor over the expiring embers. """ his sister's eyes sought that pictured buried in the great patchwork Railroad, says Ited Star Cough Cure is safe DRIVEN FRQ3! SEA TO SE&, KM cushion. from the habitual retention of the tobacco Heaven but this. This I can not givo up The last breath of smoke has been lost in and sure. face, when sitting at her sewing, nor He did not move or speak in contact with this part." Their united as she apIhsdaY'tfati!lK'rse taVrnw.u tie r'nkeTe. re- book form, sella faster than any oth?r In how many times she left her washtubto proached him. auHinsrlaMinidptison testimouy is that it depresses the vitals of and won't give up, though it takes seven the chimney. Fire is out. Shovel up the Af'Tn ne rr. jiths of i n nrlnt. It li endorsed tT the ablest "Perfidy in Sugar" is the titlo of an rciiedJ',to be found In w irse books. h years of my life." white remains. Ashes! take a look at it. He laughed one dav cifttea ot this country, xrha compire It to A 1 despaired tif a cur as lares Ilia r! at hlna tez article in nn exchange. We never heard "George," she said, tremulously, the system and brings on nervousness and p'onbrsy "Cnele Tam'i Cnbln" and the Karlon M as a man's body, and Had nn at the tender, gentle way in which she "won't you look at me, dear? I must have a word also with all those of dyspepsia and takes off twenty-fiv- e sand called by thnt name bofore. JV. 1' oir frrtyronntaz It irtU work as frreat ROOd to por tin sores. At last lthuiicbt tf csrlffa Roectfic i nsca I have cent, of the physical vigor Its day. Send T THE BELT WAS HIS. as did that wonderful work in Herald. handled it when taking it down to fasten something 1 want to say to you." fifteen thn of tho people of my friends whom it does not hurt, who can fordrctilaran'itcrm E dUeteb'it:es. In Antrust last all svmntoras of of a disappeared. There liare leen no wens IV. T. KAYCROFT .fc CO., the cord more securelv. this country, and damaging this genera- stop any timo thoy want to, and who can A I'Mi Story AVhloli Secured to the Narreturn, and the horse hadnnea miile'B work on my Still he did not move. lOB YValiuib Atc.i Chi en so, III. D farm eTer since. Kcally Consumption? Is it Jas-Fuutixe, Augusta. Ga. "You show more respect to that picttion damages tho next, the accumulated smoke most expensive cigars. My Chrisrator tlifl Champion licit. January 9. JtM. "You must not Many a enso supposed to bo radical lung ure than you do to me, Susan." he said. dear," continued feel so badly about it, curse going on to capture other centuries. tian brother, what is your influence, in the Treat le on Rirod and Skin Diseases mailed free. ISnn Fninelsco Alta. Susan, still in that disease is really ono of liver complaint and Th Swm SPEcrnc Co.. Drawers, Atlanta. Qa, or It Injures the mind. Another eminent matter? How much can you deny your13W.23dbl,N.Y. Half n dozen anglers met in a fishing indigestion, but, unless that diseased liver tremulous voice, and laying her hand 0Htl-- a "O, George, you can't imagine how gooxl of others? It was a great healthy action, it will so irtin nt euro 1 do not rooan mereiy to ctp them fat a physician, for a long time Superintendent self for tho All had can be restored tof lh t V0 a radical them return again. I Taluo it!" answered Susan, warmlv.I tenderly on his shoulder. "I was a of the insane asylum at Northampton, mystery to many people why Governor tackle store the other afternoon.n flcl, vinr, . V"i "" U,"H """ v. t U,nmnntrV nn,l nil l.n.l SO i"luii """rUStO m4&ndl&a l.fiuirmr Btridr. Iwarrantmean reniedr tocars. little hurt at iirat, of course. But it TO. j hare ofcle unng on mgjr speeuy uecay, anu men in btppws the disease of FITS, KPILErSY er FALUrers THE wf PIANO ! mi "It is such a comfort to me when vou don't matter, and I don't wonder that Mass., says: "Fully half of tho patients Brigg"', of Massachusetts, woro a cravnt to tell deed we havo consumption, which is scrof ta w'vst eases. Becaa others b filled It no reason for aro gone." who have come to our asylum for treat- but uo collar. Some peoplo thought it was eendat " Did you evor road that story about a ula of the lungs, in its worst form. Noth- not no receiving a Itlaremedy. onco for a treailw and a Al "y5raE? Combines volume with you acted as you did. It was only ClTnEipre "1 think I ought to have one of you." Ah, no! This man plowing up the carp in tho bottom oi ing can bo more happily calculated to nip frn Botlitotarintil .a- - f a trial, and I willasandFwt 8 Vfl'jC. aura Ton. costs joa notti tysxa sweetness. natural that you should be ashamed of ment nre the victims of tobacco." It is a an absurd eccentricity. years beforo danger in the bud than is Dr. Pierce's DroIi Address Dr. U.U. BOOr, JSJreatlSt. NswTork he said. he an old pond, or rather where a pond had this bad thing, my brother, to damage the was the secret: Many me, coming in upon you so unexpectedly IH SJMSK e,M- Medical Discovery." By druggists. ''George!" Sho flushed painfullv. and in this plain, cheap dress body; it is a worse thing to damage the was talking with an inebriate and telling existed a year beforo?" asked Mr. Willard. "Golden Bro. Jonathan's Mes ff5 CBlJ3GEJ Ccnabinea tieautlfnl design and- -I SI 11aCOS and best workmanship. and tho tears rose to her eves. Some don't mind it at all, and man of common sense him that his habit was unnecessary, and "Yes and the carp were alive," assented BOTTUJ 1UI tlHl. Sent. really!" But mind, that any nervous system immedi- the inebriate retorted upon him and said : if H. jB 9m ""Pise Illustrated rents. When a man's mind recovers from a Ullri accident which had occurred when oven as she spoke sho sank knows tho H wrt'aid foi Twelve CTEXXT3E5.C3X CO., THa7 TPTF1 TOHW , state of confusion, ho doesn't necessarily down in a ately acts upon " We do a gi eat many things that are not Mr. Josselyn. is singularly aewlori. Oeneral Factor-- Cincinnati, Ohio. George tos only two years of age, and little r.f.i,rttua!illM.laiiameiaaS the brain. More than that. . "The carp tenacious ol die. but lie ond hi daie. P&'JPs Sun. heap oniho floorajul hiding her Nearly nil about which ho had never been told, face in is not necossarj- for of her hands beganio cry as if her tends to reformors will tell you that it necessary. Itcollar." "Well," said you life'rjyiiarked Mr. Ziegler. "I romember 3TGH1HG PILES., TAUHE TRUTH! Worshipspier'he olilrn tlxkin and l'tnlalltltfrua bad taken from poor Susan's face all heart would drunkenness. It creates unnat- to wear that onco catching- a basket of carp and bringaid Bible, lr Cnclc Tun. The most boot of the THE MAKKLTS. break. tho beauty it had ever possessed, save jiaics. Vrtce. 25 cts.: a for SI. IttTXTOX A Uriggs, " I will never wear a collar ing them homo. But I was suddenly called ural thirst. There aro those who use this Itchiner, mot at nlcrht. SK.I.VNEK. STATIOXEICV CO., St. Loals,Mo. s34 S srfcJAHJ ly,Vfl)flE'Sf)lTMF.,lTuro cure. that which shono in hor gentle, earnest hisGeorge was bv her side in an instant, narcotic who do not drink, but nearly all again if you won't drink." 'JAgreed," away, and the basket remained in my bugCiJfciNN vri. Mav M. lSSTi. arm around her: and as he kissed who ALL oyes. A terrible scar hopelessly disdrink uso the narcotic, so that shows said tho inebriate. Governor Brigs never gy for five days. On my return I "found UVB 00 63 0O Lif Scholarship In the Jl 41 TlttiralA PATS for aBV.lIMXS COLLEGE, It Is Korvi I.Y IFFIl At Ifil a in CI KINO T?ri roi.K3US 4 2 figured brow, cheek, and chin, and tho over and over again the poor, scarred, there is an immediate afiinity between the wore a collar. They both kept their bar- every fish alive, and as strong as when Choice I!utihers no mat. Wen$500 "" CnEnrftTlter h IVI, Salt or Ion?-. standing. tear-wNewnrU. new .lersey. Positions kJ.AC.a.AJ HOfiS Common 3 25 a3C0 skin was withered and faded like that deepest face, he poured forth words of two drugs. It was long ago demonstrated gain for twenty years. They ?ept it to taken out of the water." forzra.luates. JJ tlor.al patronage Write jwx. tiyui3n.au!. JJS. Ooou packers 3 00 Q. 3 ET sorrow aud contrition, and that a man can not permanently for Circulars. COLEMAN 6 PALMS. Sw trxrASosvPhlla, of a very old woman. the death. That is the reasonGovernor SHKEP-(5- ool reform 3 fln Cfc 4 00 to choice. A grim silence followed Mr. Ziegler's "a pleaded humbly to bo pardoned for tho U by Dnigslsta. FLOUK Family.. . a 10 64 50 ... s. from strong drink unless he gives up to- Briggs did not u ear a collar. Tiat is tho statement, at last broken by Mr. Green, earned by vou, Susan," pain he caused ?o not mean to 1 10 1 IW GltAIX Blve tCTTttiTv erery$50 or more easilyertrpn for our Asen- orExcl?- her. vnicic warned Treated and cured without the fcnlf e. the Son of God. said George, going to hor.'and putting cases whore men for who inquired : "flow many dayp, sir J" vncTf "it C4X00 particulars Kn1 fmn No.2 rel f for CANCER IlooK on i r. stmt-a- t sent tree. Aaoress "0, Susan!" he said, "it is you who bacco. In nearly all the have fallen back Gospel of and the rescue of others? sKPple. KIMBALL S. 1). & Co, urysiai ta::s, jhcu. the good his arms about her, "and 1 really would 48 having been roformed Corn No. 2 mixed Ul'OMl. Jl. - Aurora. Kane co, m. "Five days, sir, afterward," replied Mr. ought to be ashamed of inc. I can JS & aii; Oats No. 2 mixed like to have a photograph of you." Ziegler, sternly. hasheesh. IUk Mone t - Arentfi. s.nd 74 Hye No. 2 . never, never forgive myself. If you had it has been shown they have first touched t Susan brushed away her tears fiir (.ataiozuc ana tobacco and then surrendered to intox16 .no I takoa step further. In all, ages the IB 00 HAY Timothy No. 1 "That reminds mo," said Mr. Green, rlcCIoc Co., Krie. rs. I one hand, while with her other with only told me how vou came by these icants. The broad avenue leading down world has sought somo flower or herb or a sea eel I caught onco off Snucelito. "ol TOBACCO-Coinr8 3) Lugs 930 she L 11 T5 10 50 Good Mediums... pushed back tho hair from her brother's scars, dear sister! If I had only to the drunkard's grave and the drunk- weed to stimulate its lethargy or to compose tool: him home, but tho folks would have PROVISIONS rork-M11 00 U12H known!" It Is a well.Vnnwn farl that tnn.t r.C ts brow. Is strewn thick with tobacco its grief. A drug called nepenthe was nothing to do with it, I keop two Jersey Ijtrd Prune steam Horsa and CatUa Powder sold In this "?4 ll - 12 Of courso Susan returned his kisses ard's hell fe la worthless; that Sheridan's Condi''No, no," she said, in a low voice. leaves. What did Benjamin Franklin say: widely usod nmong tho ancient Greeks and cows, but " and Mr. Green's talo came to BUTTEK Fanoy Dairy 18 s a) tion Powder Is absolutely pure and Yery Prune Creainerr "You must not ask it, dear George. I twofold, and told him over and over "I nover saw a well man, in the exorcise the ancient Egyptians for narcotic pur- an abrupt hnlt. FKUITAND VKGKTA1U.KS iuaaic Kotlilns on Earth ttiu again that she as 1 SO .. 1 00 Potatoes, per barrel. nalce hena lav llko Sheridan's Miowjou iovo mo too well ever to feel as ever. Then loved him just look well of common sense, who would saj' that to- poses. The Thebaa women knew bow to "Go on,Charley,"said Mr. "Willard, "and Apples, prune, per barrel.. 2 75 413 50 for bacco did him auy good." What did compound it. You had but to also prevent and euro she began to Condition Powder. Rose, one tesspoonfal to each pint of food. It asiiamea 01 citucr mo or mv mptnrn the what connection has a sea eel with a JerNEW YOKK. mall Hoc Cholera, Ac iTtUOI E7K3A a cents In stamps.Sold eTerywte", or sent bycans, for bntl would rather not grant this o something nice for him to ofeat, and Thomas Jefferson saj- - when arguing leaves and your sadness was chew cowj" VrSItrgVKnV Also furnished In line for packed a little basket full 3 rS FLOUK State and Western .?3 45 goodies against the culture of tobacco? Ho said: with hilarity. But nopentho whelmed sey quest. Say more about it, dear for him to "rreaeri' nse. pries $1X9; by mail. 51..U areolars sent rur.r l a. JULLM3U.- s cu, nosMn, Men. ... 4 SO & b 'M . passe I out Good to Choice "Ah, that's where tho point comes in," take back to the Academy. 98 .brother." is a culture" productive of infinite from tho consideration of the world. Next said Mr. Green. "The week after eel GHAIN Wheat No. 2ChicuBO f "This painful matter must never bo "It 1 00i Xo.2 rod. So George turned tho conversation to wretchedness." Horace Greoley said of it: came hnshoesh, which is made from Indian was Hung away both cows went that I dry. 5 Corn No. 2 mixed referred something else, and speedily forgot all said as to again, dear George," she "It is a profane stench." Daniel Webster hemp. It is manufactured from the flow- thought this very strange and, indeed, 41 ., 37 Oats mixed R. U. AWARE UDYASE..TSgS: she kissed him good-by"Wo said: "If those men must smoke, let them ers ntthe top, or workmen In POWC-M- css 1175 -- ... about tho matter. employtrcni and cood salary THAT leather cloth- suspected my neighbors of milking them IiAUD Western staatn 73 will both forget it." Scr'nzOuee'iiC'ltv KUni4 Tho most popular teacher in Drinktake tho ing walk through tho fields of hemp and iu the night. One evening I determined to Lorillard'3 Climss Plug J 8toeltlc3iipporcer.Sampla CHICAGO. Ah, that was easier to say than to do. iititrr-c- . V Ad'lreas Cincinnati water Academy was Prof. Beeves, who One reason why thero aro so many victhe oxudation from the hemp adhered to watch for myself but what is the use of FLOUR Stale and Western.. 54 23 5 00 Suspender Co, Cincinnati. O. learlnga rfd tin tag; that Lorlllard'l had the class in English Literature and George knew that the memory of it tims of this habit is because there aro so the leathern garments, and then this exu- telling you fellows, you wouldn't behave GHAIN Wheut-N- o. 2 red... Wis Hose Lenf fine cut; that Lorlllard's 'lPPlnza,aud that Iprlllard'a J . No. 2 Chicago Spring S34 KS ilall and cheapest, tjuainrTonaldcred SnuS,nr Natural Historyv and he was particu- clung to his sister as long as she lived, many ministers of religion who smoke and dation is sciaped off and prepared with me." A.N.K E. 10322 Corn No. 2 46i tea best larly kind to George, who took a great and made her doubly sensitive to her chew. They smoke until thoy get tho nromntics and becomes an intoxicant for SJH "Oh, go on anyhow, Ureen." Oats No.2. 324 unfortunate appearance, and he would bronchitis, and the dear people 70 Uy and genuine interest in everything perhave to the people. Whole nations have been "Well, gentlemen, I swear that nt 11 :.T POKK Mess 10 50 lOCZli taining to nature, and was an excellent willingly have given all the wealth aud pay their expenses to Europe. They smoke stimulated, narcotized and made imbecile on that night I saw with my own eyes that LAKDStoatn 6 47.4 6 43 honor he acquired in his later years to until the nervous system hiatonan. It may therefore be underbreaks down. with this accursed hasheesh. The visions eel rise out of the grass, and fasten on to BALTIMOUB. rid her eyes of that mournful expresstood how great was George's pride and lly They smoke themselves to death. I could kiudled by that drug nro said to bo gorge- the cow's ndder. As soon as he milked 4 73 $3 83 04 pleasure in lieing asked by the Professor sion which reproached him for that ono name three eminent clergymen who died ous and magnificent beyond all description, her dry, he tackled the other, and " '" E2H 52U tid. Florence D. of cancer in the mouth, and in every case but it finally takes down body, mind and to make one of a small party which had "Thnt will do," said tho proprietor of 39 35 13 00 in view a visit to the museum at Beav- nallotcell, iH&y. Examiner. Mess . 12 75 the physician said St was tobacco. There soul in horrible death. tho store quietly. "Not another sentence, rROVJSIONS-Po- rk is no flatterer. Would you BX er's Falls. has been many a clergyman whoso tomb-.?n- e I knew oue of tho most brilliant men of Mr. Green; the belt is yours," and he INDIANAPOLIS. D?rinS &e rccenTFranco-Chines- e George had frequently strolled into difficulty was all covered up with the eulogy, his day. Whether he appeared In maga- handed that gentleman a lare leather Wheat No. make it tell sweeter tale? hurts and many sorts of ails of S7tf $ tho museum when at home and knew nrst time the ktter country was for tho which ought to have bad the honest epi- zine or in book or in newspaper column, belt with an ornamental buckle, which Mr. Corn mixed2 red 46 in fcf mtr history compelled Magnolia Balm is the charmman and beast need a coolinp 34 by heart the contents of almost every to borrow taph: "Killed ny too much Cavendish." he was an enchantment. He coald in the Green fitted on with much modesty. The OaU mixed. . LOTn9VTLLE. l' from ioreig" ouuitt-ocaso it contained, but ho had never had er that almost cheats the Somo of them smoke until the room is blue, course of an hour's conversation produco other anglers exchanged glances of mournlotion. Mustanp Liniment. 4 34 $4 15 Flour ANo. 1 any oho with him 'who could talk inMention l?L,.i : thnHedir.nl and and their spirits are blue, and the world is more wit and strange information than ful gravity, and ono by one piled out of looking-glas- s. 1 00 red telligently about them, or who could blue, and every thing is blue. Time was any man I ever talked with bat he the store; the proprietor resumed the varCorn mixed Wits 51 Oats mixed E txplain to him the nature of various odd ourqical Mtpfi,,. 0f a man who has when God patted by such sins; but it - 87 &U 87H.I chewed haaboesh. He did aourjt'gj a fflt nishing of a and Mr. Gren Uk-lo- g had no WiiMg since he loarned to eat W4V sow tie duty of tfcs American tef of curioiity to gto whether tikis MWtrs the hint bimsflf modmly rriiklrBWi t 9 84' on Act of His Life. that George had All tho boys at the Academy knew .1 tired-lookin- g, The subject of a recent sermon by Rev. T. De Witt Talmago was: "Does the use of tobacco cause cancerous and other troubles?" The text was from Genesis i., 11: "Let the earth bring forth grass and seed." Dr. Talmage said: The first born of earth were the grass-blad- e and the herb. They preceded the brute creation and the human family the grass for animal life, the herb for human service. The cattle took possession of its inheritance, the grass blade, and man took possession of his inheritance, the herb. This herb we have for food in case of hunger, for narcotic in case of insomnia, for anodyne under paroxysm of pain, or for stimulus when the pulses flag under the weight of disease. Tho caterer takes the herb and serves it up in all delicacies. The physician takes the herb and compounds it for physical recuperation. Millions of the human race take it for ruinous delectation of body aud mind. The herb, divinely created and for good puro&s, in cases without number is prostituted for evil results. There is a lawful and unlawful use of tho horbaceous kingdom. There sprang up in Yucatan ou this continent a herb which has bewitched the world. It crossed tho Atlantic Ocean in the fifteenth century and captured Spain. Then it captured Portugal, aud then the French ambassadors took it to Paris and it captured tho French Empire. Then Walter Raleigh introduced it into England. The botanists ascribe it to the genus nicotians; but you all know it as the inspiring, the.elevatlng the Imparadising, the radiating, the the dyspepsia-breedinand tho tobacco. I shall not be oHeusively personal while I speak on this subject, because you all use it, or nearly all. Indeed, I know from personal experience how it soothes and rosoates the world and kindles sociality and I know what are its baleful result. 1 know what it is to be its slave, and, thank God, I know what it is to be Its conqueror. 1 havo no expectation that I will persuade the groat masses of you to change your habits upon this subject, but I thought I might help you In somo advice to your children. herb-yieldinerve-shattering, g, . clorcv who ndulcnin lliU pent. How can a man preach temperance to the people when ho is himself indohrin".t.w.vo ..c mm: x nave seen a cuspidor in a pulpit whore minister iiiiHi iirnn u.o m iiAfA.n l. gets BD to ...V.J., ma fttii. uoiuiD uo read: "Blessed are the pure in heart" and to read about "rolling sin as a sweet morsel under tho tongue," and in Levjti. cus to read about the unclean animals that chew the cud. I havo kuown Presbyteries and General Assemblies and General Synods where there was a room set apart for the ministers to smoke in. Oh, it is a sorry spectaclo, a consecrated man, a holy man of God, looking nround for something wKwh you take to be looking for a larger field of usefulness. He is not looking for that nt all. He is oniy looking for some place where he can discharge a mouthful of tobacco juice 1 am glad the Methodist Church of the United States in nearly all their Conferences have passed resolutions against this habit, and it is time we had an reform in the Presbyterian Church, and thBiEuis-copChurch, and the Baptist ChureE and the Congregational Church. V n..-.ti- 11 1 anti-tobacal - NAHCOTICS. health-destroyi- Thero are ministers of religion indulging iu narcotics, dying by jncllP aud they do not know what is the matter with them. I might in a word givo my own experience. It took ten cigars to make a sermon. I got very nervous. One day I awakened to the outrage I was inflicting upon myself. 1 was about to change settlements, and a generous wholesale tobacconist in Philadelphia said if I would only come to Philadelphia he would all the rest of my life provide me with cigars free of charge. I said to myself: If In these war times, when cigars re so costly and my salary so small, smoke more than I ought to, what would I do if I had gratuitous and illimitablB supply? Aud then and there, twenty-ftu- r years ago, I quit onco and forever. It made a new man of me, and thoui I hare since then done as much hard word as any one I think I have had tho bet health God ever blessed a man with. A minister of religion can not afford to smoke. Put into my hand the money wasted in tobacco in Brooklyn, and I will support three orphan asylums as grand and teautiful as those alreadj' established. Put into my hand the money wasted in tolacco in the United States of America, and I will clothe, feed and shelter all the suffering poor on Ibis continent. The American Churoh gives I,O00,0o0ayear for tho evangelisation of the heathen, and American Christians spend ?r,000,000 in tobacco. to-d- opium consumers. The fact is appalling. cities. Should electricity Finally be used The Do not think thnt they are merely barior moving cars, undoubtedly numbers his mors noise a doe makes, the less i bo baric fanatics who go down under that of these kinds of roads would be built rulebite tothe feared. The contrary is th with mosquito. stroke. Read the groat De Quincy's in the United States. Thoir effect would "Confessions of an Opium Eater." He be to distribute population over wider PiKi'sToonucnEDHorscurelnlminutoCa says for the first ten years it gave him the areas, and thus help to prevont over- GUnrts Sulphur Soaphoas and beautifies. 35c. G keys of paiadise; but it takes his own crowding in centers of population. itEiiovBn kills Corns h Uunlons. powerful pen to describe the horrors con- DcmorciCs Monthly. Acreat many men get their flngeri sequent. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, after o burned with base-ba- ll matches. conquering the world by his pen, was Important to Scientists. Ir afflicted with Sons Byes, uso Dr. isaaa conquered by opium. The most magnetic Thoopson'8 Eye Water. DruggUta sell it. 25a and brilliant lawyer of this century fell a uns com. it is more .luiiiooKai victim to its stroke, and there are thou- than a hundred years old," ILikixo crazy the remarked forbedlamites. quilts Is Sun. proper work sands of men and women but more wom- airs. Chicago 1 erger to Kosciusko Muqihy. m en than men who are being bound, body, -xiiais nothing. I've got ono at A'Book Freo: ou the Liver, its Diseases ana mind and soul, to this terrific habit. home that's a great deal older than that Cure. Dr. eatiford. 231 flroadwny. New York. There is a great mystery about soma families. You do not know why they do Its more than two thousand years old.' Acrniors fact In natural history That not get on. The opium habit is so stealthy, "Look here. When you lio, why don't ""UUJ .v.juuwj jv i OVIIiC. so deceitful and so deathfiil. You can cure you ne so 11 win sound probable. Don t a hundred drunkards easier than you con you know it is utterly impossible for a cure oue opium-eate- r. I have hoard of com to oe two thousand years old? WARNER'S cases of reformation, Iwt I never sav any. observed Mrs. Yerger, pleasantly. I hoje there are cases of genuine reforma"Why is it impossible?" tion. I have seen men who for forty years "Itecnuso this is only eighteen hunTHE stf&QSLESSs, BEST had been the victims of strouj drink thordred ami eighty-fivIn fifteen , oughly familiar as thoy could be, with the means available, with the situation, history, physical features, material resources, and political conditions of tho Soudan. Russia, England, Afghanistan and other countries, the scene of great international contentions. This appears IfrSfc to bo more practical and proiitable than iffiiSj1 committing to memory the names of the principal rivers in Alaska, of the capes on the west cost of Ireland, and THE OPIUM HABIT. Opium demands emphatic recognition. the county towns in tho State of KanIt is made, as you know, from the white sas." oppy. It is not a new discovery. W Steam on Tramways. read of it three hundred years before Christ; but it was not until the seventeenth century thnt it began its death Italy is testing an experiment which, march, passing out from the medicinal it is surprising, has not been triod in and the curative, and by smoking and tins country. In and near tho lanre musticntiou becoming the scourge of na- cities steam is used on ordinary street tions. In the year Ifcfil there were imported into this owut-r- 107,000 pounds of roads to convey freight as well aa pasopium; but in 1SS0, 533,000 pounds of sengers. Of course, they aro light, opium. It is estimated that in tho year slight and cheap affairs, but do cood 1S7C there were in this country 225,000 service in the absence of regular railopium consumers; but I saw a ttatistic roads. Thoro are nearly 2,000 miles of To jMs, fevers and inflammamore recent that said there are probably such steam tramways in Italy. They tory Bnp.K Up use Dr. Pierce's Compound attacks, now- iu the United States at l.tast 000,000 arc operated mainly in tho suburbs of Extract of friends put their wits together to try to rescue him, but he went on down. First his body gave way in pangs of convulsions of suffering; then his mind gave way and he became a raving maniac; then his immortal soul went, blaspheming God, into a starless eternity. He was only s about thirty years of age. Behold the of the Persian and Egytiau weed called hasheesh. rav-ageto-da- yf Re-flSd- ascribed to it roally belonged to it. Ho put A Hint to Educators. his hand into the cockatrice's nest to see whether it would bite, and he found out to The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser His father, who his complete undoing. was a minister of the Gospel, prayed for givos this hint to educators: "We hava him aud counsoled him and obtained for heard of ono very sonsiblo school-teachhim the best medical prescriptions of tho who has discarded geographical textbest physicians in New York, Philadelphia, books for a season, and in the mean-tlm- o Paris, London, Edinburgh and Berlin. He has made hor scholars as thorsaid he could not stop. A large circle of er utJjwafcaavtrTY.tfMXfiBiCBa Pflnnnw Af Is there a person living who over saw a eoso of ague, biliousness, nervousness or disease tho s&hle VoferCnces ""d terms, two nouralgio, or anythat HopofBittersstomach, liver will not A.rld'8 Dispensary Medi- cure? or kWueys cal Association, CC3 Main St., Buffalo, 2J. Y. " ily mother says Hop Eitters Is the only ?mi?F fnt0 tho editor's sanctum filing that will keop her from sevore attaok A5thinS fresh of paralysis and headache. Ed. Oswcqo ; nothinS until you came in." Sun. " My little sickly, puny baby, was changed """ Into a great bouncing boy and 1 was raised Toiing Men, Read ThI. a stele bed by using Hop Bitters a" ot Marshall, Mich.. from thae. 2?t T?S.BF,T ihort A Yocxo Horaim. u 2? ?thel" E"CRIC APPUANCES Kidney No use to worry about any LiTer, or urinary trouble; especially" day. to men (young or old) or Diabetes, as loss of vital-Itr?- Hright's ffaml Ti wne.rvous dobUlty,Also forrheu-jf- fi ters neverDisease of a cure where Hop Bitkin,drd troubles. falls a cure Lj nemlSia,paralysis,and many oth-e- possible ! I Complete restoration to health, vigor.ana manhood guaranteed. ISo risk " I had severe attacks of gravel and Kld-3 days' ney trouble; was unable t get any medi-in- e trial is allowed. Writs tbematoncofor illustrated pamphlet, free. or doctor to cure me until I used Hop " n. Bitters. They cured me in a short time. THE artist who dresses the hair of an p j Attv Irishman may not bo a Fenian S3T" Unhealthy or inactive kkiaejrs cause bat he is barbarous enough to be. "gravel. Brigbt's disease, rheumatism, and a horde of other serious ami fatal diseases, Those UoMFLAnfiNo ofSoro Throat or which eau be prevented with Hop Bitters" 5oa?iLess 8?ula us Brown's Bronchial If taken in time. Tkoches. Tho effect is extraordinary, " Ludhwtou, illeh., Feb. 2, 1S70. I havo bingers and speakors use them for clearing the voice, Sold only in boxes. 25 els. told Hop Bitters for four years, and thorn" Is no medicine that surpasses thorn for bilThe curse of cane carrying it under ious attacks, kidney complaints, and all diseases incident to this malarial climate. the srm at right angles with the body. lioiton Trantcript. H. T. Alkxandkk. fe iKer8' Without luo 10Trer oowolsomo-tr?atcdnni- 3 &om nglected By ,nr improved method!, T?usticr salvo, wo speedily 11 Answer This if You Can, ffir .?..' !',. tJ . I - 2f m r, 1 " head-scente- r, - Smart-Wee- d. "Monroe. Mich., Sept. SSth, 1S75. Sms: have been taking Hop Bitters for inflammation of kidneys and bladder. It has "done for me what four ihysicians failed " to do eured me. The effect of the Bitters seemed like magic to inc." V. L. Caktbk. Obnts Your IIop Bitters havo beon of preat alue to me. I was laiil up with typhoid fever for over two months, and could pet no relTof your Jfop Bitters. To those suf1 oor-linU- y TippecanoE A&sb. CO r-- G o. opium-enter- to-da- y, muUi-tude'- of m half-siste- r, TO!?XC r- CO do-fe- at, lamp-blac- k, t, -- 111 fmS 1 j-- CO X i? S3 12. fil.OO BOTTIiB. . rst. -- Ger-ninn- y. &2..00 30TTi!. !epl-unrM- . I txbaut-tednl- l tt" wide-sprea- three-year-ol- , HBSSJS3sa I gas-ligh- t. , - -- -- - j j I lf UQOiD &LUE XTJ 3teli-.c rr-- fcI) IT "n'l.-VLtfcic- i v ch CENTS. I s. tv w a. SUfsSs L I SCV 4 T JV v u- . A A 1 m i?iT? sa7B eo-- e. m. ETT AX" puri-Cs- B f? ayi TOUCH r .T11CCTS - Gov--ern- or j STOfK-Cattle-CoHii- non;; et 140 1M . hrt - DISEASES I . Self-deni- al Wheat-LonBborryr- ed 1 D- j T(kT -- - tci-n- s. non oss eoon-J- T re-n- fiUllr'CM (nUbCttA, 111 . - a e. 15 horso-shed- ." tssifii -- 6S2opl5 ."" -- -- FLOTJU-Fam- GRAIN-Wheat-- No.2 '".Corn-mi- xed Oats-mix- ed- The Mirror a AH Sorts Lard-Refl- ucd of GKAIN-Wbeat-- No.S st fish-pol- e, HK-m- tttiuiitt l fa " v- - EXEH fT--, i; -- If- 4 p. If''. . ? If i s Aivi.usnKi In Moxieo a creditor can hnVej A Ki-n- i Slioilnor, of Union Oity, one, - ro.. nn.Lmii.tiivTni.m. debtor arrested on tho the furniture mntmfsiewhen the debt falls due, when tlieiturers in VVcsl Tennessee, made The law Of compensation is a.' OBSsrct.--..- -. lijllUlIri ydJiij LsHtSI: . Jl!m Rl K m Iowa arc as- - prisoner may be chained to a no'st an assignment met Saturday for wiso and jnet one. me u:w Democrats Sorting tueir amnty to entry unit tivo days, guarded Uy an oOicer. (the benefit of his creditors. His headed man bears tho slings ana y fi I iVl mo cmi ui ino lime, lithe assets are between SGO.CHK) and arrows of outrageous jokeiSj but DUiiu una uiii. age .g Ej 6 H Ox i4 frJi SEt pnonoytt.-.I.. not iortneotmn is Attdrncv-Genern- l tho 870.000; liabilities ?o0,000. The. he doesn't get sick because ho Garland lias ' "We have adoptcdp,-s1.1. .11. 3yPtem doil business with aS little expense ii jJofetbW ' fflk&J SB' f&'slae& -- ftwll mimamt'Smi'm &&?! aA distin-o- f sum J ' ' decided that an Indian is not eligi- mans tauur jh cents to mo govern-- ' assignment was made on account keeps his caput clean. has spent oflgfrrythii.,. in the line ot Dry Go.l, Notions. Clo'tblmr, Curry aRlSiQCp his creditors miRlrimr liim t. sruished nhvsiciau. who ment for 10 a day for as ShoeOeHtsnmWiaUriiishinL'liiMids.CHriwU, F!or Oil Clnths, Table Oil Cllh ble to hold a 8 quarantine tJ?StSflS& will bo necessary fo the wall. many days as itmch of his time at 4e. &a & Iu rnukinf d.wn to a close Gash Frice," - We f ro l.emd- An election for school trus- pay the debt. The unlucky debtPtntions, says that a person whoso yilnIagMtaS Jlfait nd Chitdren's, S j3T Q B S ," tee at Pubiio School-hous'The prospects for high prices! head was thoroughly washed or is then sont to the silver mines: front 0 a. M. to 4 p. . whoro lie is chained to a gan'of For Wheat is not commensurate' every day rarely ever took conta-witthe slim crops in this section. gious diseases, but when the hair YVisConsih and Michigan will felons and compelled to work underground and he never sees The great wheat crops of Texas, was allowed to become dirty and be the next two additions" to tho daylight until restored to frejc;. towa, California, &e., together with matted it waa hardly possible to Hlraya unusual large trade U our Store, and we feel very thankful ' Doinoeratic column of States. 'M persons surplus of Horn. Ex p tho largo to hold priceaold wheat, escape infection. Many nervous 2rtCPtTO,Ui for their VlhvmX appreciation of our efforts to give H&' M Ice cold witter free at am promises down, and find sneedv relief for drug store. All ye who are A f.nivjer'S Opinloti of ultrc.it to All quotations are dropping. Rijrht headache by washing the head J. A. Tawney, Rq., a lending RUornewjTf now llicicman market would be thoroughly h weak soda water. thirsty Call &c. :... iiif,.. .. .,? ,!.... It isn't tho appointed Demo- more than Urce rears, I take great pleS; justiiied in paying from 85 to 90c. We have known, says an exchange, cases almost wholly cured m ten crat who howls against the ad- ure in s tating that I rcpanl Dr. KicK, Sallio Ward, of Louisville, tho minutes by this simple remedy. ministration. It is only the disap New liscovery for Conmunptinn, as 'the best remedy m the world for Conelis Kentucky benuty who has buried The head should be thoroughly pointed. Colda. It has never failed to cure the nw throe husbands and iust married dried afterward, and drafts of air . - -- r - - had, and ssr The recent troubles in Rowan Beverc colds I hae lic clieot." invariIJ" tho fourth, has erected a monn - should be avoided for a little r r Si&fsa--- j, m which were patched up rclievea thcprJn in county ment bearing tho simple insert n while. Trial Botlles of this aure cure for by ft commission, are reported Throat and Lung Dieeawa may f, aHI?3T PRICES. To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do e return behadJ? tion: "To my husbands." That &' ready to break out again. at Moore & Landrutu'd Drug Store. Iwg8 is as inclusive and as iinrle audi The Muhlenbnrir Echo insinu S will require no change if the much- - i ates that Judge Hine' articles on The Asiatic cholera is preva- eke S1.00. sougut boauty shall aervire 2fo. tho eaoaufl of Morgan are written lent in more than twenty cities in Somo $S00 in gold and silver 4 Ex, for the purpose of electioneering (Spain. Its advent to this counwas found buried in an old for the Appellate Judgeship. try is very probable. house, on the farm of tho English sparrow con- late Mr. Samuel DeRow, near Jul- tax, TheH.County Supervisors of The A. Scoarec. A. The editor of tho Central City ci .. tinues to make a worse name. In ian, one day this week. It ws son and Chas. Nichols, T. Thomp amja r IKS ahaa j up. - L'jinniL tr have been Argus is a candidate for tho Lcg- - Vffl ulnBE n flnnn BhaVV n tm VSVfli 2Sew Orleans they accuao him of found by one of his sons. It iwJ twu the Chcnpct lo the very lwt 33lA3TJD SS"VnT-IESZlmve the that work this week, islut are aud tsuys ho is doing very destroying the orango bloom. known to the family that the 9" engaged atUl Wo ciysav of n truth that xre have the best SIEEOIE for nien and rbmn: ora on Tliura- - vsellas oMiy tw mH,tr oaten od SE.MITIIJ'111 mUnd eloRd A'; Uapt. Wm Martin, of Union gentleman buried some gold that Una ever been old by any Yqerclnnt in Hickman. Every pair of those SZE3JOZE3.c-- : to WH him last week. Warranted ,OityhUBbeennYarded"tlicJcoft:i O ' he ft.C:.. InT.n'Tkrtfnn in tlin AineCTiavi o t.k.W .ab.aJe) num. KoI Netting White Goodn, 3f nikpBieet, Embroideries others for aby the Manufftcturefioiitbe hnmbuged into paying an extortionate price'' In Wte anl uiiu iiimii;wo SHlOIEj that caN't (oticl ours for&ty Ie, Durability aud Neatness of t: tract for building tho brick block also understood that where he-- ana on tno wiiole the county mittiavc a large and elegant line. etc., but come to ssHhd buy one pairHn and you will lie convinced that wk! Eighteen men uro ia the Mor ut Fultoiij for Meadows & Handle. verv old had forcrotten wo litre said trc faols. THE LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN HtCKMAN, is about the same us last gan county tail for enrrriHg cou- Vc EwtU olFering tho following very rare Bargains: died someiwcoka buried it, and If cholera does como it its to ago, since which time search was year I coaled ucauly weapons. -Cft" -JSO 2XUs " " loI bo hoped the seventeen-yea- r i. T4-gStt Z) made, and tho buried treasure Jkr9 -igrrTsrTni The railroad depot is fixed custs will fall tho first victims. found. gf Se voMtocn year looU in for tho present near the Pump fac: They cat greens enough to be delilio 31ade the Low Prices he Tor Worik Erwted Ijawiis 3.S00 Sic torv, where it will probably re- abundance. cate. An AjikWcj' WanlCU. . t 5c tt 2;ooo 3 Dma Prints, nice Styles, one bring ns a caseof K)'niy main this season, and may bo next. it vardWide Brown Shcelinir Mr. Cleveland's presidential or Ctn anvComplntnt that Electric Bitters It would be largely to the inter2,000 IK. He Liver' pen is a steel one in a plain wood-de- will not speedily euro? Ve Kv they c est of tho railroad and the busi6 Vitrin Judge, daughter of H C. and 5,00 L ttiugkam Checa Hit tt holder; and his desk is orna- not, as thousands of csisos already ness interest to have it located in Jnni Jmitk wan born February 3rd, t. Victim Ijawiu ... 5 20 cured and who are daily recom- East Hickman, bnt this seems to tueti May win, tseo, gea ia mouth mi u mented with a small statute of H inon-i..i- .. 10 10 4 Ind 27 days. mending Electric Bitters, will jproTe. Andrew Jacksoiu a ds Oh, Umi empty, empty crsdle that mutt 35c tt 20 Urighta Disease, Iiabcte., W'eak Back, or be indefinitely postponed. -. 3 if Lace 'urtam now be put away, for your little one will tt ... ScriniiNefc All Tennessee Crops, except any urinary complaint qnickcarcd lhey 25 Borden 6c bowefc, aad The voters of Kentucky will need it never more, by night or Uaj- ; for fnciuls nr.,1 the public wheat, arc in good condition. The purify the blood, regulate the lOo t o w Cbecketl TowelsT 30 inches kMiir, ltu, Wfiaitnoanee t,stckr of all kinds of Furniture,gMwhiUy, that we have just act directly on the diseased parls.fc reiT ngain bo called upon in August the pure and dreamleM sleeper never more " . i ami solicit the trade of irtiee i"iigriaultural indications through- Iwttleguaranteetl. For sale at 50cslbottle next to vote upon 10c t 5 rock - it iioruerei iiaiKixercutefs y. Wi can show all stylea of Furniture in plain and fancy. Ah, a fine In f l the proposition you pillow to nieep, her bright bead upon tt out tho South are splendid the at Moore & Lntndrum'a Drug Store.' 1 9n w nnf Hnlnred HairiTfsw 10c tt 5 of looking to a Sovereignty. Conven- the the stillshall ho more be softly pressed and wleinn evening dcth' in best since the war. f tt Punts 1.00 75 things nre;.hai). tion. Thorc is hardly a thought- pale angel noiielest npd, gathered Blue (to"ac Unheard-o- f A newspaper is to be started poning at Washington, if report ful citizen that does not recog- another lily for ray Lord "l hurt be uaid. LttdieaYid New Port Ties 1.00 tt 75 today," &.Q4 GZz!di 1 button New Port! ..Washington, one side of which can be believed. It is said that a nize tho need of a new constitu- Uh, the lily, the white lily that uiade an J. .. k 1.25 tt 75 11 bo intonoely j earthly home no bright, how many, many V.' i a Democratic and pensioner receiving nearly thou- tion. 1:00 75 Opra Slippers buds are miiwing si no the happy moniing We propettrrtnfco our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You bah rest hkrared rethe.tHher just as decidedly 1 .00 1.S0 Front Lace Sewed Otlf Shoes sand n year has personally light! Little waxen hands with bteseoma yo need iiovetjive our haw to look for cktaptr gowls. We proK)6c tD sell as Urn An Exchange wants the hog in titm so pure and white, little face so Genta Itttindricd Shirts in its political it his w 1.00 75 any retail Furniture storu in the "Purchase. quested tho cancellation off tt tt ho thinks the cholera to break out in Leitch field pearcful and calm, and curtained eyes like I Stock Brogaus.: . 1.25 1.00 Th 6 contract for repairing the certificate because Very respectfully, '" in order to clean the filthy hidden starlight, silken ringlets of tJonrt house has been awarded to Government has done enough, for swine that inhabit out Streets of hair, hushed and still, yon gne upon sunny :? them, the F. WILBUKN & 0d. Gnrdiver and Perry, carpenlers; him; while another, a ICentncldnn, the town. Most Kentucky towns and you scarcely realize your loss, but toTheCPruK ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot lie Dn to BBT3.orc roams in new Odd Fellows buikiing. who would have been entitled morrow you will feel it almost crashed plicatetE Clustering to John Wcatherlyjaud would like to see a similar beneath tbc cross. Little robes so richly largo arrears, has written J the painting to Alfred Divine. Yon will find evervthinsr iust as advertise, and wo'wnni't lw ''Inst nui" weSot"A11 kinds of Uepairing done on short notice, and in a workiirahEhip stvlc. Also abated in that are preiared tgivcsietial iiulooeuieuts as ' Commissioner that he is satisfied er effective manner. or some oth- embroidered, wrought wiihao much lo'O of any article when it is called for. afcd pride-- dainty lace, pale pure ribbons, Tho school exhibition, his disability has disappeared, audi they must all he laid aside, for, in glorious tableaux, &c, of Miss Adelle ho aecordinsrlv wishes his claim) Z9ovTHouses; St. Join': uric? robrs of Vightne to your little one ar ss Alleles school-- , will occur at City cancelled. all little It is a remarkable fact that two rayed, nhe uuttainedto by sin, such a bome Hall, Thnrsday night next. The brighten your stayed of tho most eminent Romiblicaus while the shining gates are opeiietl, ami tm MS E"VJE3K, programme is an interesting one Bncldcn'.s Arnlcn Snlvc. Wide & f3&N K3KI iSI E33I world for GoU, of the laud with ?it to lit'tc Yictorine is now at Knott, Bell and Rowan coun- Bruises.Bcsr Salve in the Itheum, Fejer is called theassociated reform wJtat you, oontcs the sweet echo,home! Hack to Sores, Ulcere, Salt cause of prices. are A Tr Leaders nd makers ties have in a few short weeks Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblainfl, now denouncing the Republican ome" put away the empty"sutler her cradle, keep &8L41 J01 made a record of crime and law- Corns, and all Skin En:ption3, and poi party without measure as your sight bright iagonly the foe that fair inform which is now glimpses of tively cures Piles, or no piy required.It lessness for which Kentucky will bearen. of the cause they represent. We Cheer up dear sister and brother,ia for little isguarantccct to give iveei've tfce criticism of the world. &r money refunded. pcriect 25sntisiaeiwn, irefer to v. St. John of Kru- - Yictorine is now a bright angel in heaven, Price ccntper uicveiunu is appointing a box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDRUMS srs and Seal Dow of Maine. St. with ontstretehed arms, waiting and watch Again we make c)ecial notice of the immense stock of new Spring a. . Snumber of colored men to oliice. John seems to have bid adieu to ingto welcome yon home, where there will Goods, consisting of the latent styles and novelties, Silk and Lace K. T. Albritton and Jacob ftlie Republican party ttfcvjii each instance the colored forever. lie be no parting, pain or norrow, and all you inaiNuppeintcd is a Democrat. White, candidates for the StSo tloesn t like it, and as he has been hare to ito is to prepare yourselves to meet H asa.'b'uirg Tprs More ofHhesame kind will follow. Senate, made speeches at tie of it, he, no doubt, has reasons for your little darling, who h abovi. Victo Written by one who lovtd little yi-Pyr in Clinton last ftV rvn Court House his dislike. St. John says The tallc" , renominating 5w? spoke firS, rfsr&iilv lotta liitciiioernnuo inthere rine Mr. the President Cleveland in 1SSS is tlcfiuimr his Albritton upon Tilso, fine ffiucnRv position mocratic Stafosof the SimtM noine what suspicious. Many a inawcru. flir. ' uauiii0i-- wi u J',-- ' jp Croinisiftg boom has been prema- a speech of half an hour in which (hau in tho K Cjllllllicin Sutf8 of flj0 Kort, Ky , May 38, 1885. Hicxaux, mi ssii, lil'i, Mw fa !, KlfiilS, tmt th rrohiW. turely killed off by similar treat- he gave his views upon the much ,7m, ,.. n.,C0.,.,.,.0!tD ,., .... Council met. Present Mayor CowglU; w W9W .. .... ... .. ,p.. ment. ;Bdiscussed whipping post Jafco jfist opposition aud its most vin- - Conncilniea Beekmaa, Case, DeRow, Bam 3riss Anabel Turner, daughter has the advantage of Mr. Albrit- lltctivo enemies from those who age, French aad Witting. fa of Oapt. V. J. Turner, of the ton in being a good stump spealc- - supported Mr. Blaine. And here The minutes of the last meeting were Have iiA took and are constantly adding a complete line of ' $ read, approved and aigned. Marshall House, Paducah, Was or, while tho latter rvn rt in ci We are sole agenffor the American w wnat, jeai iow gays on tne d Shoe Companv, fo STREET WOME. I! married, on Wednesday, the 3rd, his equal in special eiectioneerii lauie subject; Men s Ladies and Milron's wear they are certainly the best and'pret The street committee presented the pay Columbus Times. to Mr. J. D. Bnrritt, of" Meuford, The Republican imrty was m roll for toe week, and on motion a cheek tiest Shoes ever bought to this market, and will rkv snt Wnnf inn- n,Canada. possession in Portland for ten was entered issued for the amount, $80. stock of U 5B Gen ThOB. E. Moss, won the The street committee reported that they Commissioner Davis, of the Democratic nomination for Rep yearn, from 1875 to April 5, 1883, not the were not di- - did way think it advisable to bur 198, right State Agricultural Bureau, reports rcKentative from McGraeken, at and the aoross lots 194. 197 and of West minished by a single A complete lino of that the condition and prospects the primary election, Saturday Hickman, and on motion said report was and BuilBer's Hardware generally. of the tobacco crop in Kentucky last, over Maj. Si Harris and Then the Democratic party, by the adopted. cannot be surpassed; is all custom-madand will and Xjoo3ss, Hingos, we, on tho whole, much better Judge Bullitt. Mnj. Moss served fcud of the Prohibition vote, were SfiTails, much cheaper than theitusual price. eWe have the fit perfectly 'mw's, DECI.ASCD XUBUXCBg, iind put into office, and in twentvdavs lateststyles of than seems td be generally belie v in the Legislature of 1SG7-8- , aud motion, the mill owned by Powell h On thereafter the were Br.. on lots 218 and S19, West Hickman, of all kinds, from a Brad to 60d. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also. Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family lid-Groceries, constantly, kept in stock. JNTow is the time to get good barami the Hub 1 am as the old White Republican, a He was alsor&aut' one, asayou see, bnt we kaonstable, on lot No mill,Old Hickman, an untried field. Th'e candidates for the 26, ban! gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be pretty big COMING ND pJETING STOVES, TINWARE, P. J Oliver and J. F. Ren' elected Attorney General on the Kcpuuhcaus ot Portland put ont be declared nuisances, aad that the necesconvinced that our advortiscment is not a fable. ticket with Gov. McCrcary in lSio, l0 Plmll'cuH who would not sary steps be taken te abate the same. Hpea.fi: at the Jie, are to ; He lias put down SOiSTS. Monday, so wo hear. We and served fonr years ' the and HjOi'Sakecpers Supplies generally. and we Oh motion, the W BKWW. rtreet committee was orBuppo.se tho candidates for tho been for years one of our leading put in the Democratic partj A dered to examine aad report on the eondi Suite Senate will also be present attorneys. .writer in the .sew York Tribune tion of the streets and pnblia gronnda 00H?EE,TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK, and speak. the site A regnlnr battle between the day after tho election, called nronndfelery. of the new depot, near the a spedialyr. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. Mr. (Jeorgc Terrctt and Miss Kentucky and Missouri fishermen, fthis "tho suicidal policv'' of the pump On motion, Council adjeuraed. Roxie Napierj both of this county, Occurred on James Bayou, Mo., tDrohibitionista of Portland. Sui Our pnep will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. R. E. MILLET, a C took a dying trip to Troy, Tenn., Sunday evening last, in which cidal, was it? When in" twelve Attest, "W. COHMA-N- - An OO. Sunday List, where they nnited in some forty or fifty shots were ex- flays this suicidal policy shut up April 3 1385. HARRIER, s in Portland. the holy bonds of matrimony; May changed, but no one seriously in- all tho 0.1 the Sad last., at tbc residence of the iSKSKr love, happiness and prosperity jured. Each side appears to have &' bride's uncle, Jog. Sohm, Mr. Arnold J. over attend them. t riuiciii m 'tiintj. Hensziker te Miw Lena Sohm, both ti tho idea that some on the opposing side were wounded The fend That tho cholera has for months Hickman. Mise Stella Gober. daughter BTy "Street of wt if tint wiat(en AND of Dn Daniel Gober, and a valued grew up as to the rights of the existed in Spam there can be no When two hearts Id anion ret. PATEMT the- doubt. It first, nnnonrnfl ni. Snti Ami no tlMmght ef iiarntfea teacher in the Pnblie School, will resnectivo narties to fish in JIISKlM bitter with the wct. ' ES bo married next Tuesday to Mr Bayou. Atlastadvicesbothsidesfeelipo de Jativa, last winter and On the 3rd, Mr. Sm A. Noal to jii,88 Abdoicinal Supports and peace reign retul exists m twenty towns in tho Sflllie Moore. P. J; Northington, a gentleman of had struck campj OSTEW O MAKE BIG, CLAIMS in print, to sav mv Furniture "is the host " MEDiCiNIESi provinces of Valencia aud Alican cd. nrisuan county. rauKtort On the 4th, Mr. L. Bryant to Misa Nan- requires hut a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the te. This fact is admitted, but the nie Kiger. May 29. SEWING MACHINES Wm. Bolou, son of Jamds f fal proportion of doatiisto the claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e view1 of the alleged In R. Bolen. livinc near Brewer's nuinoer ot persons attacKcu can- rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their- goods are "the A.3STI3 yellow fever in tho North- mill, Graves county, committed uot bo verified or disproved, ow best." f."Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when ern Mexican States the Secretary suicide at his father's house Fri- ing to the rigorouu censorship of asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" of tho Treasury has been request- day afternoon, by shooting s the nrcss. which haB been For State. Senator.. goods. tThis is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish TOILET KRTICLES (2T ed to reappoint tho Sanitary In through the head with ft pis- tablished by tho Government Wo are authorised to. announce JACOB to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. spectors on tho border-linof tol. There is no known cause for Both the officials and tho doctors WHITE, of Ilickmnii county, as a candihis desperate act. lie was about declared for weeks aftor tho out- - date o represent the counties of Hickman, Arizona. Sc., &c., &c; I &c, &c., l&& years old, a sober and steady breakJ1thatthadiHeasow.was4iot Fulton and Graves counties in the State JSjiurcmoIiodgd. d.tUd, 52 J oiiolora. During the first week of 'Senate, to fill tire unexpired term of the Knights of Honor have deter yoniig'inar7a"ntlbiglil3-,C8tcoineillate M. C Vaugban. wherever known. April, however, its spread became S?"PreacriptionS filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock ininod ttLprosecntO tho We afe authorized td announce It. T. is the tiling that tells, and I propose to duplicate JCS7 LOW PRICES so alarming that further conceal urer offlhe order Col. Robt. J .1 ALBRITTON as a candidate ie represent vtrit.1i To dream of cleaning TLCo : o tl r. i. Hrmlo w biiu num. uuu cscence ot tins discourse, Brockenridgo and his bondsmen signifies moving to another house ment was impossible, and tho Gov- Graves, Fulton and Hickman, in the State soon. ernment officially - n lm.,f itanu makef horse sense instead of mora bWinn,.., warned the pro- Son ate. lor the recovery of the amount of To see a house, you may hope for know wh good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want vincial authorities throughout tho the formers alleged shortages a fortunato Change in your affairs. kingdom aiid took the lest giro me a call and I will show you. stens to Jmm For the LegJsInfnre. attempt was made to pois- To dream of possessing one shows isolate" the disease. other measures An alio Tho Diamond Sewing Machine, the Ve- are authorized to announce P. J. J ammend.agent for the on the family tit Mr. Asa Fowlks, you must expect misfortune and caused France, Holland and PorDyer county last wcekj by an old sickness. To see lightning strike tugal to declare quarantine against 0LlArER aa ft candidate to represent Hick- ladies man and General AsUndertaWs Goods, and will negro woman who had boon the a house in dreams is tho sign of the Spanish vessels, and the officials sembly ofFulton, in the next to the action Kentucky, subject for; twenty years. death of a relative. To see the are now trying to undo tho Customers politely served on short nofamily cook of tho Democratic party. Nine of the family came near dy- suit shining into a house means of their former admission by efioct Wo arc authorised to announce .7. F. tice, storer across the street from j iwir ,t.. BLuic ii. iiiconThe old, popolar and always reliable Hardware house of ing; Bhe used Rough on Rats. prosperity Hcspectfully; cealing as far as possible every RENNICK as a candidate to represent Ji Hickman and Fultou counties in the Lowunfavorable fact. H. The Prohibition1 candidate for GrA.RD2ST3S.H. er House of the next General Asaombly of Tho wife1 of Mr; Charles State Treasurer, Judgd Fox, of Downing, daughter of Mrs Kentucky. Louisville, has issued a idiigthy Montgomery, of Hickman, Jonah Tho ifotshvillo Union is wag died; in address to the" people, settiug this County, Tuesday morning.last, ing a icaness war on tno .Louisi Has a splendidjftock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hani v?rc ana Lottery, and is proving that forth his position Ho is a Dem- rind was buried Wednesday,, For Jailer. which are offered at at ocrat and says ho does not intend Poplar Grove". She had been sick, it is ait disgraco to tho Stato in We arc authorized to announce W. T. which is operated; o leave the party. KIMCRO, as a candidate for the office of a long time, of dropsy, aud was Jailer of Fultdn county. Election in Au Mr.-- A. C. ThomaSj of Ilick-iha- esteemed a most amiable aiid "DONT YOU FOGET IT," gust. Ky., has been appointed mail worthy lady. H. Buchanan is the only man V.We are authorized to announco THOS "agent on tliO river route from CaiSUCCESSORS TO WALLACE, as a candidate for the T'he doCtorsaro of tho opin- that sells the Celebrated Bryan & offico of n ro to Moraptiia. So we hear. Ho Jailer of Fulton County. Elecand tliat the very lowest the market justifies. All gobtlsfguaranfcbd'ttJ EOKT-CnSTIs a competent yoilng man, good ion that the gonna of tho typhoid Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses arid tion in August next. cfc be exactly as represented. fever epidemic at Plymouth, Pa. children,- men and boys. These If Democrat, and will make an c are authorized to announce JAMES como down the ravine with Shoes take the premium over-al- l had officer. 1 TAYLOR as a candidate for the office IKT tho mountain1 water, and the whole for good and fine Workmanship, of JaiHjrof l'ulton county. Election 1st UBpaMgDiciNES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and Jane 10, 10, 17, 25, 23, 21, and trouble could bo traced to pno Monday in August next. auoy G00CS' T0YS-am- l PiCTuitEs,pjRUGaisi and is the most substantial Shoe w 28, are unlucky days for1 nlOn: and man's door, and to the no'glcct e are authorized to announce JAMES of made in the United States, Don't iQKttaEOB THE WIIITB sbwixg MACHINE " for women the 5th, Gth, IS, id, and that one man of tho most ordinary " BUSIlAhT as a humbug you with some F. Jailer of Fultoncacbibato for tlte office SGth aro unlncky. Don't spectt-lat- sanitary precautions. of WISBS AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAI 'TISM contity. Election in ljtr JF' on thoso daj's.- There is a wjret other make, and say it is just as August next. Tt I00RR t. u .. , y;-iounu at IK. jf Aiub' oacoj to attoiid night call il Moerfii The best rboftjor the least money. Experienced workmen employed: fascination in watching tho issues Tho Stato Board of EniiauSi good, bnt go to BUCHANAN'S, We are author ized to anno'incd JACOB Landrimi's.' The attention oEhiJderspceiallv desired as this house willgTvosbc- of chance. Maice a note of these tion Anil meet at Fnuikforlfon and buytho Shod with Bryan & SILVEUTGOrH ss a can.lidite for Uio oiliw of Jailer of Fulton ' ;uaty. Elec cial inducemejt' iftjs, just for fun, solicited ;; June iu. Brawn'-- name on .wh Shoe. tion In! Modny ucAt LOCAL NEWS. -- His lai-goa- t ! if i I i ! j ! . -- post-oflic- o. " 0 "'i-MJ- -- : ' i h ) Ps o . w in-- h -- i ! Cow-gill- 's H: jKj . Pr:a3SicM R -- J - i j. ,-i r m car.-ria- izL.'JtwxsL am 1 mk jm x-- j r- . - - ; '"'' ly, ). w -- as-Bcsm- exp-rirae- n, J -- Irt I "" -'-- -- 339-3Zm- S n 188-1- , s- 1 - t Br . - !. .- wtsb-ita- ; j ft- - (eeiii ah j ! j I nui-sanc- o con-"cer- t, r.'t-a- ! - ",: Ex:A.jsri)ER r ilXtex-lof low , Contractors and Builders of v PwPTi J ox mmwwm &&W4Mi. "-w- r ex-G- o j Mon-da- v. mm Ilr S7okwear, n- Embroideries, ..k jnSr-"S- 3Sla HsMir l u 1 lJlS . -- -- . 001M411 Ss - 'mil Mil k, - 1 1 1 1 -- i Iland-sewc- Msai ; Moimp, crews, ' - grog-shoi- m crosr-aho- p. . grog-shoi- ) i Butts Siag Plfe,ig Legis-Mllcc- -, conrt-hous- e, I grog-shop- s, J. AMBERG5S J. grog-shop- DRUG i Trusses . - xeo-ma- n, 5"jSPv HOME ---Mr. P-AcilSf- TS "' preva-lcnco.- of - -- hiui-Bc- lf ro-e- e r-T- h(y ex-Tre- as XJJkLXT" light-runni- ng r- - first-SInc.v.....--)..mUUv- W. a t.i, - ?n?lha00Kai -- w--.vw v - T. . n, E ofli-cid- nt - X3EJ-A.I,Blt- ooMo?Lrir. . S ! -. ;- m -p- o let-other- X' - 39 J- . 5 i - : in A'ir it PHTPTOjSrrf A SPJiiOIALTO. 4 rSrtPS 5 A ar : .if n. t I h ?i S t-' TSTHICHMAH COUSIBB. THE BELL Pistol and fnr. CJOUiN.Y - FEUD. Govern-- . PLAIN FACTS. A COL. FAYETTE BWlTl1. CITY ITEMS. A now 4.- - K.CA8K. "'i-.. - " ' r '" Public Schools vs, Colleges, tlie purpose of hitihlin "JDycrsbHrpr has leviod a tax for si Shffun men! W-. - R y 11IU.KT. I Ul) flVf. WM T- ftTnT. .IUt A... 1Ur - I" ?- - saw ""torn tit I oniir. ''"lVhUO,rvui.J ; ine uouRiBBifosi IJy college. :u:countsof tIiCiiittcrandbloodyl0o.uYici. comparison, the Iliekmart - v:m i.J. W. Jt0GfR8 i.,...fi that Illinois, Kew It is not colleges wo need so much feud cxisiino- ;,. itfll county, this York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, ludi- - i V i. , ! UU . BUIIK'IlllltUW "5n ' Flowr 1'nix, ... .1.7.1 1 - ,,,, o...- as jood primary and )iiblic Qi.iltf. . V " a lucicui For U, by W. I). Diestelbrink, a!l si A.isKnmi Tnw-- i jVIiultiirsui, elected to a Statu office Iff nnoth-e- r ' ,.......- . schools." Hickman Courier, .""" ., .T..I .....l. i,i. I"""' r,..-.,,;- ""' 'PA..n..... i mi; : As low a th lowest. uiu "- t.-.,sentimental SIIr.--NorlIt xc. Mogcov ol.a; o had occasion to allude morons murdersfes l"su: cd ni North Carolina and Wis- - hasthan a so Jong BincttthSntiiOSS Moiwy gverl by been alroy Avcnucg,Wei corner of Ky, East Jlickmaa, burin? of. to this before. The Conner is by his friends torrender to the , f slll pay less State tax ccTaaiigfaction guaranteed. than of a man for oflieo has-m.,l'LAUf BRO'3. the CO. oiiiuioutly correct. Colleges can Shenfl, providedft hey won 1 a- - Kentucky. The cause of April. this and chief reason for his olootlon that not be sustained with u jintroiiw- - low him to selectlns own Sher.t , rc.ncdjCs suggested by A full Hue of Htin)if Ijigrninn, nnd the tho novelty of such .a motive BruMetU jwlingn, llnor mile .and guard, and ll?court wonW Courier arc worthvof tho ii.j; territory of twenty-hv- e CWhs, m THE BARTER GROCERY- serious wonld attract wide attention. Kugs, t Cr low prieen.OilAIm, TrHnk. tery and any experiment of that kind. allow him to entail. . .....i.:... There has not beer. ,.p '....... Llff II JWIII' i ..s.i I Ui V tiinafor for- Vulicei, Higa. ' Satchels, In LUliiSlULltlUUII will result disastrously, as has J. it. foONTGOMEKV. announ- aiic nidictmntitwivas returned Kentuckii'.n: getting that a very wortliy and Tarkty. Onr stock abon'tl be iinweune to Im to hia friends and hc nnhli. t,ni been abundantly shown in our and his (omii.ifsslccd for bail. 1st. A new Constitution. Why! very competent gemlemnn hap- j'Irecialel. he haa opened a Jietv and frpsh sunnlv own immediate section. In West-ur- n AlXAN'OER & Maxwrli. on sl bcucii ?r ... all kinds of Familt GKocsitiza, which he IJocausc eonuty Asge K8o rs arc pened to be nominated in State Kontuelcy wc have at least r.o woum nave will sell a low ag the lowest. He is reaKoiul rhiI iNintlrr. constitutional officer, a mi let the convention principally vn account half a ilozen institutions of learn- ii iii.imiMir ' i.a ltirnci un tiiiu'i.. . , dy at all times to exchange Groceries af of an eloquent speech in which The Itfeu pid by (ho Trovelem Inmr leprived of ever so caah prices for Baiter, Eggs, Chiokcus, or ing yclept colleges, where no cious, unprovoked1 cold-bloowas much revenue ty their inefficient ,,;.. recounted his giving i,. Inst anc Comiwny diuiitg tbe Josntli ef totv.W.' any kind of marketing that the farming teacher will stay longer than two ed, a httlr. ..i, ii.iIk ttintr uy nor assessments, there is no adequato i nr owuita t, uuiiuurt ,,? fi'CJ 1S85. ou Life nl Accident Policies Airil ,...i. iu I'au mi A.n .... .. mi "HHJB friends may bring ia. 7he highest mar' er, amouuted to$it2.5l!i,W, or a fraction ronscciftivc terms, and rarely father, whom shlst"'11 tfono to power to rectny the wrong. i i.ii ket price always paid. ev- more than one. In fact, we think meet, was ouc ofjjtw vic,im6, II J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. 2nd. Incompetent legislators. tho candidate was not mr?fbod t banking hour of the month. t, wc will not bo at variance with was aKSMSshi:itioilii' bl'0Jl( T. M. fre XCH, aqmt. by all tho delegates a.n (fttos So long as Kentucky persists in the tmth when wo say that the such as no iwiety can tol- electing Representatives and Sen- were heard from all part? of the I at Hicxman, Ky, PJ JWii JilTi J SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Xr only college which has attained erate, and yet thcMU(1S0 Tu,Ig ators who do not understand nail lor "Uid socks." Many anothThe plc to prol jour Cah at, anything like permanency or suc- Finley- - put the fstassiii undor theso questions they cannot ex- er State oillcer has had made for vlxvt imos. & CO. & sugcess is a private institution under bail. One of thcfaTtorneys pect to obtain such redress as in his election no higher claim than a bailable management of a lady. ALSO KEEPS the KENTUCKY STREET, gested that it wu'pot power of the Legislature to that his section of tho State de- Sfcv. Farmers! SoEUC-hiii- g do- - tho Fine buildings aro erected, a case. Tho Courier-Journa- l JSf ew to Hhnw li'ou ! ! constantly on hand for hir served recognition in tho adminigive, any more tnan an incompeKEEPS sale teacher is elected, who is allowed serines mc scene :W Call at our ware'iou. to pee iwmething tent person to take hold of a dis- stration machinery. HORSES, BOOGIES and HACKS. the bnilding free of rent in return "Judge Finley dwot seem to ordered business house or farm, :C. The people of Kentucky do not new; the Jlaakeye Platform or Down IUrHl-eHaving purchased the stable, horsce" for his consent to take charge of relish the suggestion. The Himler of the world. New deanu entire outfit of W. B. Plume r c;m yjjaily ' These aro pay millions ot the schools. lie stays a term, "Ordinarily it Sfnot,' he re- plainbring prosperity. ; and if each the form of taxesdollarsnnlde or parture. Nothing like it. Light of draft, (Mar Iiitflrpd Dnpt) u propose to commas l&e business, and; for words, but facts and goes away in disgust, not to marked ; 'but a precedent has boon intelligent citizen who appreciates sentimental object. Thucqiiiing sinlp'e, compact and durable Full Hnu of It icit pstronago' other Buckeye MRchiiu's Droppers, Mow uail niontiou debt, leaving the build- established hero totH0 IHIIOICMJLICT,- to aijy ians era, Throwers, Enginea. Ao. Iu addition. tho facts as stated would interest of tho ing in nil probability in a dilapida-""to- all cases. YYhnl docsUie Com- 'himself toward securing compe- door has unpractical, busilesS-iHvhnvo moptany umunf farm Machinery and W. condition. A now teacher is monwealth's Alforrieyhave to tent Representatives and Sena- appearance. o think Tho disbursement Implement,. Tcd.'lers, our farmer my "a.xi-til- y needHay valuable curioitie, elected, and the same programme say?' would bo obtained. of the revenues should hi no ess and Hakee, Hay CVrriera. for Iiointini; hay tors, is enacted the succeeding year. "Tho 'Commonwealth had some There they is.no earthly reason that a matter of needs to Glio Stato into hams, Hay Lodern, taking If the money, time and labor ex- fine fencing to do, anil ovon tho Kentucky should not be run at as governmentbusiness. be consider windrow and lotidirij ou wagon, hay front kc. Priapnoe pended in building up and sus- dexterous advocate ras at a tem- low MANUFACTURERS NOtrouble to narac all articleB, but no OF rate of taxation no the States ed less tho private property of tho ces low. Term lihentJ. to shor good', taining these schools should be porary loss. Ho announced that Our Cooper .Shop iu lull Wast, ready to men at its head than lfs seemed audome aud sec, at tho corner of Troy the Courier names. nsed in building up and perfect- usually such cases were not baila Fruit, and Moscow A vouue. East Ilickmro k to be tho belief of somJ recent of- furnish time. Produce und Flour Hrrels, t ing our system of public schools ble, and went on to gay a good j "fire no at any ficials in Kontucky. Jen XO MILITIA TO nr. sr..T. Fauey Flour atill lower ihan the lowwt greater immediate results would many things wmen meant nothing n BM'ir&-imvv duties by $?& more fitted for publb S6.&0 ier lbl. follow, and a nucleus would he at all. ,Y way29-t- f Gcn. C'nstlcntnn'M IIi'uho:is for Xwt devotion toa particular Powbli. IJao. feA-formed around which could be "'It seems ft precedent has boon Jlarcliln- Troojts to Knott untl party than they are fttcd for salesKoirnn at Vresuiit. (Jiituin 1h ro2ti:irtr ZnSy. sustained a permanent and eff- fixed, your Honor,' ho concluded. Whenever H. O. .t & J. MeiM J. H. Scull Sl Bro., Pf tie Bluff, "Will you send any militia to men or icient system of schools, teaching Bail has been allowed in all such jJRntion the State (iAVIS' OLD STAND.) Ark., ay: We enclose herewith a Jew Knott or Rowan counties, where in choosingexercise then the essential grades of a common cases heretofore, and it would the Uistiip.oasala n Hughes' Tonic. .So far a ofieera-411 kinds of school education. Pad. Stand- look strange if an exception wcro so much lawlessness is reportotlf" score of theiritsqudificaiHllh-th- at our aiiowstdge exteocta, it flat" gireti wore Courier-Journa- l ard. made in this. Then your Honor said a reporter of the STAPLE AND fAKCY GROCERIES is observed bv th HmnlNft mer Batiffactioa than any other eh ill tonio we to Gon. J. B. Castlemau. knows that frequently when a have sold. Tho chant in this citv h hirinclerk, wholesale and increase ia our aahea, Wth s usually kept ia a house, at bot "I have made no arrangements there will be retail, k an ilioation that is is releasroom Ilero "JTotlilp in Hcnfnctiy prisonerwritput in jail lie corpus oiu prices. it i gaining in popularity daily. for sending any," replied the Gen- criticism by littl of habeas ed on a or t the tfress or ' Prepare! by K A Kohinaon & Ca , In Ivcntucky wo have no law something of tho sort and allowed eral j "I have no authority to do I p. FAA'CY CAM)JBS, . TEAS, wholesale Druggie ta, Louwville, Ky. ' against murder. On the statute to go freo on a smaller bail than so. It is a difficult matter to Sohl at retail by J. W. CoWGJI PICKLES One of the moit worthy Sen de can bo found such enact- you would nx, aim irequentlj a make a proper uso of militia, and books veloped of lnte.in pnblteaife in CMKBE&KIBSt JIOMIXr. GRITS ments as are common among civ straw bond at that. A prisoner the services of troops are worth- Kentucky is uos in chrgtof an ilized nations, but these aro nuli-lie- d is ofton really safer on a good less unices in with important department of tlffiState Six or Eight DAY Imnvwliately, WT 0 SSr-eii- , jca 3C by a debased public sentiment, bond than in confinement. the civil authorities." JK)ARiEK3. Apply oer Powell Bnw. His official idnct Store, of troveriitndnt. by inefficient officers, by political 'Theso reports of lawlessness," I am not the regular ComSugar, CoiYeeSf Sonjis, &c, bo posseted of MRS. J. B. BHYSON. necessities, by fraud, force and monwealth's Attorney, and I do continued the General, "always has shown him toability thai has more executive CSfWill not be undersold. terrorism. not feel like suggesting anything come to us groatly exaggerated. been displayed by half thift Gov- June 6th, 1888. Will pay full price for Butter, Kggs, 6c E don't mean to deny "9 Three weeks ago, on a Sunday to the court.' that there ernors the State lias known! He AH kinds of kwlafectauta ChIorh.Uj of asAijSn 1 morning, Andrew Johnson hid "The court acquiesced judicially is a great deal of crime in the has tho flrrinese, I ime, bulphate of Iroci, Carbolic Acid, himself bemud a uousc in Pino-vill- o in everything tho Commonwealth mountains, but it is spread over goodexhibited, withal, fertwy of Chlonde ot Soda. Fr ' at &. SeSFQESfeSi- judgment and COWG!IL' Drag Stare. to wait for the coming of his had said. It referred to tho fact tho wholo section, and troops at suggestion necessary in ajgood DftOH, MHHGIN1B, I AlK 1 6 AND Mn-m- ni (Hiokman.Ky., Clintca Str.) enemy, and, as he came, all uncon- that tho law did not permit bail any single point would be almost public ofticer. A gentleneiu in Ice Ee.lrrcl. scious of his fate, Johnson fired to bo given for such offenses, and useless. luihtm cannot bo of any demeanor, with integrity oflchar-acte- r w Mr. R. M. Metheny, will, en awl after on him and slew him, and slow rogretted that it seemed necessa- use in these counties, unless called JBC EI $D W-&1& and a full knowledge Jf the this date, deliver lee ia any rjt.anl.ty ta another with him, and shed the ry to make an exception in this for by the civil authorities. They State's condition and nccde, tho any house iu Hiekataa. Leave order Im ser PXXSCRIPTIO NS CARfflJj.j CO MP OU HhD! blood of a little child. Courier- - case. Still, there the habeas cor have no right to do anything oil man we are about to name dsfcrves Depot or gtTe order to drirer. CONFECTIONERIES'. Journal. pus always ready to bo used, and their own account. Tho Circuit as inlly as any other citin of & Haag sil forget that ".ftiKrx)-- " How much of this debased pub- then a precedent had been fixed, Judge and Prosecuting Attorney Kentucky, to be oousidaled in Hog Cholera remedies Salmon' aru guaranteed to to the r which the court did not think it have the administration of justice connection with the office d Gov- slop the Cholera among hogs and keep lic sentiment is attributable ESTRAY NOTICE. srcl3 O A. newspapers and public men, who, would bo fair to the prisoner to almost exclusively in their own ernor at the next election! His thwa from taking it, or moaey refunded, TtAKEN np as a Blrav hv Oha. B. Kirra hands. If they think tho pres- name is Fayette Hewitt. .' 1 by while denouncing Andrew John- ignore. 1 man, at hia rvshienre, one mile eait of " 'I will fix bail for Mr. Johnson ence of troops is necessary to J. W. COWOILL, Druggie. son, the desperado, in the next T. TY LE.R, Ihekman, oa the 3tatc road, one bay filly, 1L A. & breath magnify Phil Thompson, at 85,000,' Judge Finloy concluded. quell lawlessness, then it is thoir 3E3j about two yearn old, both hind feet white, QUA NT WeiSSE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, For KckI, while fttripc on face and noee, a while spot OSALStC !Z into a hero for all "Kentucky to "'In each case, I presume, your duty to call for them. I can do SIX ROOMS, over Powell ft BroV. Store, an left hi. Appraifetl by me at fifty dol JIJOKJfAA', - - nothing beforo they act. KENTUCKY. worship, is a qnestion for tho Honor,' quietly suggested Col. with or without board. Apply on preini-a- ee lara. Given under my ham! r.a Csttntj "Court is now not in session in EI 8 IMP'ana I'.uilitMlwr:i BoiT" ILL attend to nl! busmen animated friends of law and order to think Dishman. to Jndge. of Fttlton county, April 22. 1885. "'Yes, iq each case,' said the Knott county, and tho Judge can ct r !3 tl f2ls Dcatli Ssjsrctetl to their care over. But, no matter, lawless I Y MRS BRYS02T. JIS6: R.S.2IURRKLL, . Soon. Ufficc Furniture Factory. Jf. ness in Kentucky is alarming, and Gourt, with apparent hesitation." not call for troops. 'Xow, I nwyl Ja.dge F. C. C Hcta, einc, Line HHks, and all hind' sovH.'T It.tinr!ttnt to Shlnpors mm . ihougU worse in Bell ami Howan Heading thifcjvu.ss.v to under- - i.'nfflit it would be necessary to okJkUlAto1fntj0jI1B fii "EVuriuai'M. v u- fiiiy "STORK, Sfnv OOiMroitnni ttt oldor in. itrucencs ana Family t.ui'.ln- H.n counties tuau- ir i? ui ton'an (rule ESTRitTTMOTIC C, BxnmxizsmmmLk .iniaJ'Cfl;- sun.JJohnson-IIoski- n plr.'P aX crally mtmlere cr5- - pciififfilj trriBiworuiy sourtvf.it iu MUSE & SHAW announce to the tmhlic tho I man, the failure to punish, is and why um by spreadiug all over the State, kill-- J tainod by tho tbroT'aml tho shot- - atod such excitement, but Judge learned that in October ftnttiiKUi'ii .Ut they ve prepared to handle any and rjpAKEX upa a stray on M. D John B Moscow p:nl reaideaee, P HYSICAN AI2B SiiilBEQM, v 111103 "1 not call for them, and in March Gen. Grant's physjeians, ftU kin ings, robberies, house burnings, gun i - "l sttent:n riren hytoT1T 1 roynon.ath'w county, one bay Pony, roaj, Fnlton r rati. 3iectal . , .' .:. w:.. n could not send them." Such a Judge one is quick to I &c. The whole truth is that the biiuiKiii wiuro iiig.ii 110 unupwiiiw aiipa.ct of- irui. All business entru.ted a hunt 6 yearn old, branded on thu left JIIGIMAN, KEHTUCKY good people of a community must say ought to be removed, but ho in R thousand that the catlCfdwir-- ; to their eare will have prouiCJ- attention. ahoukier J. D , white sm- on forehead with runaing tip right shle of support of the law and cannot bo removeu, lor the law was wrong, placed tie pa- Will keep plenty of barrelu and Irnit hojta noae; white striteby They Don'l 5.Stie E2im. rally to the nosis his Profaasional Services t'6 njijiraiei me at twenty live dol tho officers of tho law. The citi- leaves it with him to determine Fithe ottixens of Hickman and vicinity. While there arc thousands of tient undor special trcatmelt for on hand- lar3. Given under my hand an Justice of .jwlG-'8- 0 zen who sets back selfishly when what to do in such cases. In Pea? t?f FttitoB county, thi May 9tli Republicans who aro strong tem- another disease. The resnl was Ho turns Johnson loose on the perance poople, and who nro enti- bad aud fully contirmod thl pro es The greatest varirty ot Ladtea awl MinsJ 1335. his neighbors house has been burnt Shoes, at PL.VUPS warranted. JOSHUA NAYLOi. J. I. F. C. by inceudiaries torch, or robbed community to kill other men and tled to respect for tho expression priety of tlie treatment for clnor. give .attraction anoiher jwirwili If fail to be giv.n may on ' killed by a desperado, little children. Ho in effect tolls of thoir honest convictions touch- At a recent consultation Dr. lands orinonct refnmlel lit night, or SaS !9 lCSy AW ClODSlIAW fc refusing to do his duty inside the tho friends of the mnrdored men, ing tho temperance question, it expressed the opinion that jlenth i'LAU''S Hand Scwei for men warrant? ESTRAY NOTICE. ATTORNEY law toward the proper punishment ho tolls the citizens cannot be denied that tho great will occur in about three mjutlig ed. Af LAW within six months of such crimes, is himself a crimi- that Johnson and his. friends aro uuu.v ui uiu j.imuii.;iut. uavo Br. Shrady r r.AKEN sip a a Htray by M. 1. Johnson, ,. . the mar'i'Jio latest g at his residence, on Moseow and Troy nal by aiding and abetting the above the law, and that justice vorvlitiln rormr.! fnr tnmnnrnon tllO (tlSCaSe lH Spreading SlOVlV but ket ia a GLASS ih! Wat thing in No smoko, w.o b Collector, Real Estate Agont LAMP WICK j road, Fiiltoa county, Ky., Gne red and criminals. The Stato of affairs is cannot be had in the established and not much rpsnectv.uvillilVV ou ' no trimming, no breaking chimneys. Doufor thoan' On the April morning vhm the ble the iiflit of the ordinary Cotton Wick; white spotted Steer, about 8 years old, fearful; it is alarming, it is danger- courts of the Commonwealth. who aro honest and outspoken marked with aswullowfork in thc left ear, vears, for ml bv gJ HICKMAN, KY. ous. There must bo more hangupon that subject. That tho Re- General was supposed to he dy will laat for j. VT. COWGlLL,'Druggit. and a crop oil the right ear; no other ing, Dr. Newman said tof3Irs. ings. Protection for Railroads. C'Will attend promptly to all bus; mark or brand ; appraised at fifteen dopublicans have no uso for Grant: "It is all over I Willi bnp- - See oar Clothing for Men, lJoys and Chil- - llar. Given under my hand us Jiwtiee of csa(gatru3tcd him in Sonthweslert St. John, of Kansas, tho The latest phase of the much nnd Northwestern STAGNATION Iff BUSI- discussed proposition for govern great apostle of temperance, is tize him." IIo wont qui clay to droa iue a.ortHient is elegant and prices tite Peace of Fulton county, this May 9th, Kentocky attention given to the Tennessee Bptjial 1835. invesliga another room, trot a bowl, filled it: low. NESS. lion of Land titles, and- the purchase JOSHUA NAYLOR, J. P. F. C. ulimIiuruiuiurnitiIiiii.iiiauiiiuuuiuui1juJ ment legislation to protect the palpably plain. Judging from tho with water, came back, dipped his Alsx.vsj.kii & Maxwell. salocfnoal Estate. mny22 Fjan8 public from extortions of the rail- following, wo aro led to boliovo hand in the water and said: "I Business is stagnated and para-lyzethat the Republican Legislature Do you want a so to speak everywhere roads is a demand for legislation of Illinois, which has just olected baptizo thee, Ulyssis Simpson CIIIKIS.SAW MILL, TllKESHING MAB. COLLINS, Proprietor,- Est ray. STUAM ENGINE, to protect tho railroads from ono and in every direction. There Taken up on tho 18th day of April 1S85, CORN Logan to tho Senate, is not much Grant, in the name of tho Fatlier, ; soitoilUM Saddlery aijd Harness. may bo local causes for better or another. At the beginning of of a temperance body: Son and Holy Ghost." TllO Gon-- ; CltUSIIEl., or anything in the machinery as a fit ray by It. Y. McC'onncll, on his farm (Clinton Sired, Alexander rfr Masricclfs-Olfor worse in some special locali- the discussion the roads insisted oral slowly raised his head and ,ne? If you do im to musb&shaw about 3 miles from Jordan Station in FulMay 30. Stand,) turn- - a,ml et dielr prices. They ire aRenta for ton County, Ky., one Ulack l'oney Horse, Said: "I ties, but the stagnation in trade that legislation for regulating their In Springfield, III., the Honsc this morning a res- ing to his thank you." Then all." tJ'Vnru "(1- - fgusou a (Vs. Machine- - about 9 year., old, Saddle Marks on Hack, PLUMHER rates would be wrong, aud that is general and nnivorsal. & FARRISS. family: "I bless yon Mr. lilnzed Face, with Spanish Uranil. on left HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. J " ' " al.' T hn.l Camp, tho manager of the 2J"ew they should be left freo to manage olution giving the use of the Leg- Tn T..V Vntrmon lin ei.llo.L hip, about 14 IIand high, yaluod by nie, lit own uneine&H. jLucy to.rc islative Chamber next Thursday intended to attoud to this myself." York Clearing House, gives the tneir at $40.00 given under my hand, May 7th, (Juchon St., opposite Courier Office,) lif.ntmn t3 . k l St. John to de- Meanwhile the phj'sicians consult- 1SS5. cause for this stagnation, by the left free and two results have night to - - KY. IIICKilAX, Having rirmeu a partnership with M. D. temperance r , . . F B. ATTEBEKRY, J. P. F. C. statement that the banks of tho followed: First, they have vol- liver a down. Tho lecture was oonnson, tor carrying on the above bnsi """- - vt- ." iuw"M-"- " WELL selected stock of Saddles and DRUGS, PA TJ3NT MEDICINES, ." Republicans Dr. Shrady determined to UlJCCt ncas, thc public 3Iay 21 4t. country are burdened with mill- untarily reduced their carrying voted are hereby notifietl tbnt on DiEStUFFS, ; Harness. Kew work made to order. ions of surplus money, which the rates lower than anybody ever voted almost solidly agaiust it. brandy. This treatment revived ""xl after the 1st day of April, we will 1'rompT attention given lo TOILET ARTICLES, STRAY PONY. banks are anxious to employ, but proposed; second, they have tho General, and when Dr. NOW-- ) f'PP'y Ucm refcularly with the best fresh BRUSHES, SOAPS beef, pork. &c. at tln grocery 1.na of nearly ruined ono another by their tho want of conOdeuco on tho man came in again from tho next CrmAYED from the undersigned on Our atmocrn!lc Kavy. PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. J W.ROGERS. part of tho great mass of poople excessive and destructive compeThe most hopeful sign of a bet- room he said: "Our prayers havo J. Sundav, the 10th instant, one tt A5 of 'any'kind. He has secured the services Thc of LIQUORS for TEXAS POSY, about 5 years old, 13 of 'thatljrell known and excellent work- dicinalGncst qualityTobaccos, Cigars, Medestroys any demand for it, and tition. So many rival lines have tor navy in tho future is Secre- been answered." But Dr, Shrady purposes, high, been built between tho East aud tary Whitney's plain purpose- to auswored: "I think it was the More Laborers Than Labor. to 14 hands on brand something like man, Uncle Bob t'arriss, which of itself ia just at this time tho American fresh and new. the left thigh. Any one a guarantee of good and faithful work. thc lelter L gg?"Savo money by buying your Medifarmers have no great products West, and in both Eastern and break up the favored ring that has brandy." for us that immi" liberally rewarded for briuging pony to It is fortunato apr24 cines, etc., from this house. marketable to attract this money Western States, that tho business had the uavy in its control for Dr. Douglas Baid that ho my' farm, 2j milca from Fulton, near l.ock among them is too small twenty years. This combination had not been at the General's sfdo gration to tho country is falling Springs road, or any information. and put it in circulation. IIo says divided ffRES(ItI.T203.9. off, since we already have a great A. T. THOMPSON. that tho surplus in the Kew York to sustain them and,- m coiiso-quenc- has got its warning and it is as- so much any .night for a month many more workers than wo can fTO. SAVE S0NEY An experienced and thoroughly commay22 3t those which ffail to got tonished bj' it. City banks alone is fifty-nin- o past as he was last night. Tho find work for. In 1882 we receivmillpetent prcscriptionigt engaged, and ready thoir share of tho traffic so fierceion dollars in excess of tho AVo are "Wholesale Headquarters for al at all hours to fill- - . cscriptions accurately Tho Republicans havo no naval pationt only slept about three ed 788,000 immigrants from Carpenters Tatieiyolice, pay dividends, Bpirit. They never gradeof;" and promptl . amounts roquired by law to bo ly contested fail to cared for ocean hours altogether, owjng to .pains abroad; this year (ending June 30) That tho underaigned committee will : kept on hand, whereas in averago and all suffer in their incomos. supremacy. Under their rule, our in his throat and ear. Tho doctor av roccive sealed proposals from now until ORMiUHOSIM ui ClfABf business years there is none or The roads arc jmwprfoss to pro1 shipping of twontv-- thinkR thn injiifc.orn aiiM byfimif,n6.injU,y... j3nt avon this will thc 1st of June, for tho necessary repairs HICKMAN MARBLE WORK? t aniwill job to dealers only at Factory omy a minion or iwo. liO pro-dic- vide a romelly for this Trouble. fivo years ago was lost, and tho tho General getting chilled duiring be moro than we can comfortably ordered to be done upon thc by the Court of Claims at its special call prijes; also tho in tho fall when tho All that thoy can do is to keep on old spirit of tho navy allowed to vnnfnrlr?n r.i.'lr- that UiHll,, absorb, or moro than wo can find term of April, 1885, with thc understanding HICKMAN,- KY. groat products of the country be- fighting ono another and cutting vanish. Thoy expended enormous Mi I'M and Imm Ssotch Mf down the already injuriously low sums of money, but they gave us THE FIRES a.'iU'S' flMlTP employment for. Nearly all imm- that the money for saul work wilt be duo gin to attract poncy that 8 igrants who arrivo on pur shores some time in October or November. The tbbest iu the market. "Wc "itJ .no ships. The ''repairs" on tho trade will resume, and esare laborers who como in search committee reserving the right to reject any coBtantIy on hand a choice also keep selection ! of employment and tho labor nnd all bida. Parties desiring to put in In this .dilemma railroad men Omaha cost $500,000 and tho re pecially if Congress will repeal Em "(I think Congress ought to interfere pairs on another vessel $000,000 TtiuuHiiad.Thrnn'n out of a bids will tho silver coinage bill. DEALER IS ployu.'ont. market at present is overstocked, necessary please apply to the committee for tfAMJLy GROCERIES, to protect the railroad investinformation. aud this is a sample of how the like tho market for othor things. CONFECTIONERIES, W. 13. JONES, ments of the countrysome Italian and Ameiiican NaubliJ appropriations went. AND FRUITS, W. P. TAYLOR, Committee. Tho Henderson News says it Thero is a great strike inaugn-rato- d An cstimato makes tho number of from their own disTho new administrations policy T. M. FKENCH, MONUMENTS, TOMB AND QRAVE supported Judge Hincs fox tho astrous policy. whia wc WH1 sell very low for thc cash. among tho iron mcnXtho idle workmen in tho country to means a sharp ciuingo in naval moinbors of tho workmen's Jtease call and 6ec us. day 2,000,000, but this is probably Court of Appeals, but will not J assoSTONES. management, and in Congress at ciation uniting in a Still tho numan exaggeration. endorse him for on acdemand for A Jiothcr and II or .Sous. its next session shall act 111 harWANTED. count of his fecblo health. The I'rot-- i the Covlngtoa CbaswawealthJ scale ofpriccs. Thotrfills ber is largo enough without being HAVINO received a fine lal I of Aoe'r Italian Marble, am premony with it, we shall seo tho bc- - in West Virginia, St. by accessions from News is exactly right. Judge M. Special IVotlcc. Louis. Tniii. increased pared to fill all orders. Call and examine Kentucky, while not blameless ginning of a now navy that wo Cattle and Hoffs. AH persons indebted to thc firm of Bon. ur work. Hines from sickness has not been in many things, cannot eago, Cincinnati, and other great, abroad, and if thc immigration Beef charged I next year should dwindlo to nothable to be on tho bench more than with lack of respect to bo memo need not be ashamed of. Orders from tiic country promptly mill points, have closed down;.awl Jursnt & Drcwry, will please come forward tho atiS'ctrly day, and make settlement. half his time and frequently the ry of her sons, who in all fields of may 1.6 JOURS Otf & KOGJSRS or men out of "KJ it would bo no causo lor rc- turowii tuonsanus Ogee it E. Collin's' drugstore Alexander State has snfFercd in consequence. Honorable effort havo added lusPence Assured. employment. The owners con- grot. pay the liighcst market stagnation that W'ILLgood Beef Cattle and Hogs. price fcftlkawclPa 0,t' stand. The With the immense amount of busi- ter to her name.. Call 1" BONDUUANT&DREWRY. London, May 30. Tho Daily tend that tho prices asked conipol effects depressive all departments of indus- nt the grocery house of J. W Rogers ness beforo the Court of Appeals The heroic statse of tho late 2s cws is jubilant over Russia's ac- them to suspend business, indqfin- , Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 188o. 25cts Lower than tie Lowest apr24-- 4t ti4 one of the qualifications of its John 0. Breckinridge will be ready ceptance of tho boundary propos- uojy. Dome iew i:utit nave acce- try is sometimes complained of as I ha7C no clerk cxponssa judges should be a sound consti for unveiling ats Lxine.ton on als. It oulogizos Mr. Gladstone's ded to the scale, and are at wtork. if it were peculiar to this country no store rcnffiAL ESTATE FOR SALE. and pay caah for all my Groceries, andT tution. Elizabcthtown News. The workmen insist that their, de and wcro duo to tho change of $1,000 Reward Withdrawn. jiuy 4111. At the sanio tune statesmanship in tho matter, and hcreforo can sell as cheap as the cheap" parties. But tho fact that 275,000 Hart's celebrated eroun, "woman predicts that tno country will rec- - mand is reasonable, aud thatthe immigrants havo como to our I did, as Administrator ,5?NE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, about st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon tar Flour, 25 ccnta cheaper than the !qw of thc estate of Hillsman King, on Ui1S Acres, SLx Rooni3. Two At Owcnsboro fast Thursday Triumphant " purchased last year- ogniz.0 this at tho coming elections owners will como to it in af.w shores in the last ten months Oood Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard, t. JOHN WITTING. tho 7th day of December, 1883, offer a reby the ladies oCLn-rton- , complete tho x'remiers tri wceks. is ta and JJov.. F- - B. Pnrcell, editor of,thc proves that, bad as the stato of in- ward of S1,000 for thc arrest and convicto bo unveiled iw the court-housumph by returning an increased ' Kentucky Baptist, was mulctod GEO.N. HELM, dustry is in our country, it is worse tion of tlie crson or persons who murGonlua Stniiita by Itself. ;g8yll88&-6m $5 aud costs for publishing a nows-papc- r whoro a pcrnest niche has been Liberal majority. Hickman, Ky. Europe. Indeed, the prostra- dered said King and his wife at their home, 4,1 in .M London. Mav 29. Russians re- - Ttota the Atlanta Coiwtitntlori.I without "spccfal license." prepared for iL'4$& of trade is general; it prevails near Hickman, Ky., the latter part of NoA. rJLB.lSAST KESOKTV lt.lv tn "Rnrrland's bnnndarv nroi- - Bro. Vest, of Missouri, has a tion 2r The gapient Connecticut "blue tho world. In England, vember1, 1883, now this is to notify tlie, ;L0WER and LOWER. nffnft in London very poor opinion ot tlie news all over Franco and iialy mdus- - public and any and all persons, that saitl r.f it iiirvri. nosals was received laws" used to fine a man $5 for On the first FRESH BEER papers. thc newspapers alipnltl b. Germany, . . ,........:.. . - reward is hereby withdrawn. This Itlay STlkihds of Qricerici hams. sldc.. &c. jarsand Tobacco, constantly cm' lap. Ci , j Russia accepts the having the temerity of indulging were fourteeu Million gallons of of Hie best brands. ' ""' 14, 1SS5. rrnir.rocatQ lirOr Vest wouldfcnfjtry is uenumiK-uhcp ta the cheopeau. will not" be whiskvSn. imnrf noon posafs which leave Znlfikar and Palrouafcft, scUcited, 111 tne luxury 01 Kissing ms wite aro A.PTU.BOS.;,:, ..JOHN ij1""'' Jl C HI . BUCreoiu. lfo.nn!..trl T..1 nov UAf attciP.r: , iUUW. uawv,...w...v. i tnv wn 3iarutcuaK in uie .possession 01 but n. on Sunday. Yet this is a free which the rnvMMT: tdin"r llUismaa rung, detfd. k. ttountry. 1IUV'" ''WW Afghnuist:uw due. country; --T- iu,;'au lr Yrorn tf Jlnrion J'r iw. .Oi;, row fat Vean, StrrAg CmuhciI OuimIh. lot of U kin) of Jdliea lie), I Van, T0,t JW m mwm. Ii .- -. .. "GASE & 1 ,LET, Alidl-or.T0IUS01- l, . B00sUND?iiMn -. o J ; tftl )l xsBXim- i" "' .. ul' '" I V. . 4 M2 KENTUCKY d i - .r--- ii". n : HAFCOCK. Kv-Iigh- F10WII0W Of Oil Faris Parker, r. DOORS, dASH, & tax-collect- or d 0 - HERTWECK, BILTZER u & CO. DIESTELBEIE Groceries. life-lon- g m kr book-keepe- BSlS mmmm&mk Hickman, feentucky. OL D -- owe U n. MRY ij a is Cr.t-elas- AIJXCB-MEAA- Bo-side- s, T HIE mELflABLE CHAS. A. Ilcomhe, Y. j&l& GROCERIES KE FroIossiaaX R ICE F, K OASeT Groceries;' - - to oU-oounfvwwoh vS!RX .,, Family y 1 ii iill. ... K-&.KI- S- :i 1 j - - nPfl? nniff Sfffffl lx GIL. HANDLE. law-abidin- g .- ! -- v . , ox-Go- v. I - dj - Km d ox-Go- v. t - ' A I - to-da- y j e, prc-ominon- mm ts Court-hous- e, VUW-.V4- .J pros-3oroii- i - ML t W-HEREA- Cis-tera- S e, t Sc-M- EEfmE'SSALOON. ;i ia? ' . . to-da- v. pro-Eourbo- n : Jf 1 -- . ,v---- - a J iiir 1 jyilN-WITTiNG- ' W W ij VK ' & S?l - r 1 A. - ' ttFvyL - ll &w:;fs ".--: il ia 2& 3St'. , 7j . if