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IP1'--- ' EXECUTED With .Neatness and Dispatch," - '4Mb!! t?lllis"' at : Sre?'-8BP&- i. - r HALE BILLS, BILL-HEADS. EriVELOPBS, LETTER-HEAD GEORGE WARREN, Editor. The Olilewt Ncwspapcxa WCNteru Kentucky. VOL. X-- I2NnCTITA.TIOaM8, PRICK OF SCBSCRIPTlbx. 81.50. ESTABLISHED.!). THE ANGHL OP DEATH Atnin Jntmlrs the Home of secretary Baj-ai- d HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, PRIDAY? FEBRUARY. A NEW INTENTION. ETO., ETO f CA.XUX FATAL COLLISION. The Target Was Turnod and Two Trains Collided. Gov-rnmcnt NLIXTH rirst CONCrEEJSS. Session. HONORING The Mother succumbs to tbe shock of Her Daughter! Sudden Gill. w Washington, Jan. 31. Mrs. Bayard died Three Killed, and Other Mangled Two this morning. Deep sympathy is felt for the Secretary and his family. Unlike tho Id Transit Mutilated and O Corp death of her daughter, this one bajibeeu Money Scattered About. expected, for tho mother Wgan to fail at once when the daughter died. The SecreTirriN, O., Jan. 29. This morning at tary is thoroughly protited, nud mme of 12:45 tu the passenger train on his friends fcay thy would not be surprised the Baltimore & Ohio was pulling into if he should feel like giving op his duties here at no distant day. The Chicago Junction it collided with a westcause of Mrs. Bayard's death bound freight train. The target was turn- immediate was congestion of the brain, brought ou by ed, blocking the freight train from the side the nhock of her daughter's sudden death. track. The conductor of the freIgbt,Chrles For the fiit week following that event she well, the excitement Palmer, and a bra'keman named Tbomas stood weekstrain andFriday he quite comago last was but a Creele were in the caboose. They failed to pelled to take to bed, and gradually grew flag the passenger train and had no signals worse from day to day On Thursday conout. The passenger train was ninnijg at gestion of the bruin made it appearance. hours the rate of fifty-fivmiles per hour, or She was unconscious for twenty-fou-r faster. It carried two coaches and three before her death. Although for veai Mrs. Bayard bad been a confirmed invalid, sleepers, all of which wero badly damshe had for tho lat six. mouths been batreaire-ca- r aged. In the was & in better health than for" manv "years. mn(hir Ljt , coffin containing two corpses. 111' at her sue v, lhhnsbaud wa .lk'..r.fantmri-- Humiiior iirtnn was very M Thil mr ib from Dakota to Baltimore. The roueh tion of the liver and stomach, and her rebox wai broken open, the corpses turned covery at that time was doubtfuL At the on their faces and horribly mutilated. solicitation of her daughter, MissKate,she Two passengers were in the smoking-ca- r Dr. F. A. put herself playing cards. Neither of them can teU Gardner, of under the care of Ids tieat-this city, and under what was the trump. The baggage-caimproved so muca as 10 ue and express-coacwere shattered into muutsnonau society icis nimcrjuiuuugn iuio 10 go in The express-ca- r was carrying on invalid, was iu comparatirely good a considerable amount of Uncle Sam's sil- b till daughter died. She was hen ver, which was scattered far and near The health fifty-on- e heryears of age. 6 sleepers were full of passengers, and fortu- about nately for them no one was seriously injured. The engine was buried in the bank fifA FINANCIAL EXHIBIT. teen feet away from the track. It is a otci wreck. When the trains struck the Bank Note aud tender, baggage-caand two coaches weie at Specified Dttcfi thrown about fifty feet ahead of the en Washington, Jan. 31. The following 1, gine. Fifteen were piled up by the track, and thero was no piece of the ca- a statement of the Comptroller oi the Curboose left that a man could not cany off. rency showing the amounts of national Thousands from the surrounding countrv bank notes and of notes outTislted the wreck- - The names of the killed standing at the date ot tbe pasage-othe f and wounded are as follows- J. It. Briston, conductor of the passenger, Piedmont, acts of June '20. 174, January 14, "lr'J'S and May 11, 1S7S, together with th amounts W. Va., aged thitty-two- , nnmar-rieand the increase or reside? with his Mother, who is a outstanding at date otitslandniglJune ro. widow. Ho died at 10.10 a. m., uncouscious. decrease. Amount . J34'J Jan 14, 1S75, J3!5!,&j1 400. George Vandalier, fireman ou the passenMay 31, 1ST?, JS2,555,0t35 amount out ger, Lafayette, tnd., aged twenty-sevemarried. His wife was to meet him at Gars standing at date (circulation of national rett. Ind. He was found dead beside his gold banks not incuded, 1362,400), Increase during the last month, engine, Charles Palmer, conductor of the Decrease sinco Feb. 1. leS3, freight, died at 7 a. m. married. His home $3sl.7t3 notes: Amonnt is in Garrett, Ind. Compound fracture $3,709,91 outstanding June 20, 1874, IJ.OCO.COO; of unthe thigh. right An 4sis2,OOiJ.L'iiO. 1?75, 14, 'Amount known lady was scalded, and her Jan. 11, of Jan act retiied under right limb fractured.' The accident May SI, 1S7S, I35.S1S.9S4. to one and a half miles from Chicago 1S7j, Junction. The wreck is still burning. The Amount outstanding on and since May 31, wounded were removed to Tiffin. Miss 1873. &H6,&S1,01Gl Amount On deposit with Bello Mooie, of Deshler, v. ho was engaged the U. S. Treasurer to redeem notes"of into be married to Engineer Brinlon, arrived solvent and liquidating banks and bankers hero and viewed the corpse. The retirin? circulation underact of Jane 20,e remains were taken to his homo nt Garrett 1S74. $10 550.431. Increase :n deposit last month, S3,953,01V; incr.aseui by his (brother, who arrived half an hour deposit since February 1, 1SS5, 54,22,112before This death. east-boun- Telegraphing- From a Moving Train to a Roadside Station. - Eulogies I'roiiounced Sending - Air 'Ilm Through Current Leaping lo Win-.- , mu.I 1'roinThfin Again. )Ii-gar- s t- d e jtLon ,hih nnKtMiv KlroTtrwhfT-mg'-preS:- i' cnt, explained that in the Clifton offico there was it corideiiei made of layers of separated by air. but that at the car n condeuv-- r was foi ined b the ihirty tin-foil etc-ue- rect'iMiiK inevaKes to and from th- - outside worhl wbl'o the train whs m motion. Tho operator differed fumi others m having te)eihntif snuiiding-plaf- s over hi ears, held in pla.-i- - by a uil.lwr band pacing er his head In fiont of th.- for on the table wai. an on!inui i...m. M. e t , ui Kej, by uliii-- ho tl. operator af Clifton, who th.in tlironzh Souiidlllc idalor b teh-nhun- e i- New York, Feb 1. Tho sysL-i-n of trails mining and receiving telegraph murages from trams motion was tiiccesfullv bj the Railroad Telegniph mid Telephou- - (.Vmipiuy at Clifton, Stateii Island, Insid.' thu cai at a small table n telegraph operator sat sending and 111 to-da- r h tooth-pick- s. com-plet- e Lecal-TunU- er r Out-taudii- iK r box-car- s legal-tende- r d, S3J.1-32- n, $31?,-055.0- -- Baltimore and Ohio wiies sti along the traek, bv th tin rooN of the cars which now .til rouneetod by copper wnvs and bv the nir hetwe.n tho wirs and the tin roofs Under the table of the operator m tnpear rra! n local battery ITio enrreut used muv pass ing first from tbe bultr tho Clifton t?tati-.Hnd leaving throncli t lie condenser to the telegraph wire, tlien passing nlong tnoso wires without intfrruptingordinury messages until it gemojiposite the oar, when it jnmr ncro- to the tin roofs and passes down through wire to an elect! o magnet on the operator's tablo i'Jieucc it returns through tli-- xlfs md of the oar, and through the gioiiml to the Chft'in Ihei Morso current, without t'ce aid of thcan not pas Mil ongb . the 01 as to make a ontiiiuout .. musical ji.jto It tlmagh. but itwave are imimh slower that no di.stmct rounds are formed Many mesWRCi uto sent to and from tho moving cai This invents, .n, it is assei fed. will s esj.eiiall' useful to Tram dispatchers, who rnuv its uso communicate with n train at aiv point ou the road. lieouni-.-ivedn- s 111 n 11 a Sta-t'on- - i.H-t- len-i-r pa-s- - 1 lRal-tcnde- r IS SUIOIDE AN ACCIDENT? A hap-pe- ne Law suit of Much Suit rest to Life .Men. Iiuur-sinc- e I SAVED HIS FLO OK. A Cool Headed JllnUtcr ArorUtA Ifoirible Catwitrojiliy. Six hundred people gathered in the new hall in the rear of the Mothodist Episcopal Chprch. last 11; put to celebrate Robert BurnsHjlrTUu'ay The hall is on the secviid floor and supported from the cross beam nbov' by a bolted iron rod. During 'prayer Hie floor bgt'i to sink and collapse buTWiag teemed imminent TL" R Jab White, paster of the Mel'iodisl episcopal Church perceiving, the danger, Tho "immense congreto sing. gation pansed and "the Intervala of inaction saved counties, lives, for the next instant the .sinking eensatiou ceef.ed In rxnJnr-- rrjib tho odrlce theu slvo th ciowd disbursed in6Tr.nll dotalls. An investigation showed that the thread of the rod had stripped off inside the bolt because of the weight below It a rush and the consequent die tui bailee of the floor had followed the fettling the u;d must hare been wrenched from tho bolt, and the building wrecked.-- "There be.ng a large coal fire on tbe flonrj and only one exit by a spiral stair ensuing horrors can bo easily imagined. A Kubscrlption lisl is being circulated and generously eigntd to leward the quick wittcd pastor. 29. al Lvsalle, Iu.j Jan. -- of-tb be-ga- n e Another Call Tor Bonds. Washington, Jan. 20. The Secietary ot tho Treasury has issued a call for ledemp-- i uon 01 bonds 3 pe cent, loan of ' 18S2. The jirtuclpal and accrued interest will be paid atthoTieatury of the United States, in Washington, on the first of March, IN, and tho interest will cease on that dav. Following is a description o! tho bonds: 3per cent, bonds Issued under the act of Congress approved July 12, IMS. i nd numbered as follows: 107 Original number 2149to number 23S. " Inclu-- 1 arif inal number 21o5, both ivf $500 Original number 10C3 to in-- j nurotwr original both 10.., elusive. 10,000 Original number 91MI to original numlier WbO, both inclusive. HO.OOOrOrigiual ntimb- -r 10 419 to original nnmlef 17,40(1, both iucJusivo. Total, 10.000,000. The bonds described above are which either lionds of the "original have but one serinl nuinlier at encn end, or may be distin"substituted bonds'Vhich guished by tho double ?et of numberb, " which arp marked plainly ' original and "sulMitute iiuuibtif..' All of the bonds of this loan will be called bv the original numbers only. oi-th- e I 1 nuni-liers- m Facts for Millers and' Farmers. Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. tiJ. Advanced sheets from a Biennial Miller's Directory .bows a neideciease of 6,V flouring mills in the Unit4l States and Canada, a compered with IsM. The number of mills at iretcut in operation is 13,"207. Tho gross capacity shows a slight iucreaae over 1M. Kver3 State mid Territory shows n decrease in number of mill, excetit Dakota, Nevada and the District of Columbia In Wisconsin there i a loss of 120 mills the present number being K7. The mot marked lots is in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Illinois, Missouri, Texas, and the Province of Ontario. . ,. j. . .,,1 j Gladstone Called. LoNDONjJan. Jtl. The Queen has accepted tbe resignation of Lord Salisbury nnd bis Cabinet, aud has summoned Mr Gladstone for n consultation. Lord Salisbury returned to London this evening from Osborne. He was closely guarded by detectives. The dead-locbetween Mr. Gladstone and k ' Lord Hartington continues-- the latter hold of disorders in Ireing that the isou is primarily necessary, iioviuus iu Mr. Gladstone being summoned It was reported that the Queen hesitated between the and Lord Haitington, and has ordered tho Ministers not to tui render their seats of office until Monday er , - Smothered Under a Hsy Stack. Benton, Urn., Jan. 29. Tho body of a man was found one mile east of het yesterday near a hay stack and covered with bay. An old carpet sack and n large supply of fishing tackle wns found with him. He bad evidently been smothered by the bay stack falling on him, and had been dead a long time. Nothing to identify the remains was found. Mules Cremated by a Mine Explosion, Jan 2. An explosion at tho B&nksville coal mine of Lopg& Co., this morning bet fire to the- pit and cremated nine muktirVA!iuiubn'of 'miners we're at PiTTSnbiiGii. - work at the time, but all escaped without injury, Vl'V&jnine is still burning. a. f m FrJiiale'Physiclan Kilted by Care. Cakbondale, Pa., Jhu. 29. A carriage containing Mrs. Wesley Stanton, her daughter, aged fifteen venre, and Mrs. Julia A. Hunteivu practicing physician ot trie Hallway crouingr by the 11 3fpassenger'train from Scraaton today. The occupants were tarowjjOirtana, Mrs. Hunter instantly killed. 3rs,J3tanton was dangerously tBispiace.-waev-rocKaiwie HEW total Wmmmmst, wmv, anof m MHpanc mt IfttjiitH, kt lUMmUy t feesrfitua tltftjwahowt the coantrv in BBartMn f er tha Ualted wKa Yoi?aur29;iiTaeB8inw or Hurt fail-ar- w mm wttf prrrfw -- Chicago, Feb. 1. A novel case i in hearing before Judge Dyer, in this city, the decision m which will attract considerable attention in insuranco circles, as It Invohe a qv.eiii.,u t,f wL.ther or not suidde is an accident Thw "3d of May, ISM., Edward M Crandnll took out an accident lnsitrauco policy for 610 000 for a year in the AN INDIANA. MURDER ln'siirauve Company of North Amen-ca- Juij 7 following ho cou.tii.tted Was Strong, Talk of About Which Thcru s uicidc Duo notice was given Ui the Sunday Nl;lit Lynching. but it refused to pny 011 the Kioiind ii'd accidental within tho Evansville, Ivd.. Jan 31 Late Satur- tta' iii of tin. jHilfcy. Suit bus now been day evening Nicholas Hudson ?hot and in. Hiu.tg by Mr- - fiurcfo M C'lindalt li ' J.t ofcltock-porkilted Stephen EUie in the suburbs v. d. to rcctivcr " tho .f tho d.x Spencer County, Ind The twojineii, ml.cy ,M.e 'e4irud that her husband , it checrlnl lisKsiiion. with tereral othi-s- left town after suppcr iut shoith 1,, hi- neivfor their home in tho country "When f're, sui'fciou !m' became 1110ro.se and show . and a," short disunnce out n quanel arose, f! M?Mv.rf He bad iimmiU i ithlc resulting in tlie shooting of Ellis through f sijf ul ro :hio and had Iot jnist of his the body by Hudson. Another man Darned opeity I'befriRl will bo resumed Cissna was suspected, but when arrested lie sold Hudson was the murderer. The by the officers aud ar latter a WHOL.ESAL.E FORGERY. rested rfht miles from Roekport while m Led a'cp baling n revolver andbrasa Two Hooslcrs I'lny a .sliett (Same hv tlejnn Lnucks with him. Ho confessed andwas ol n Assessor- lloofcs. taken to Roekport and put intojeiljto-wnrtl-s W. W. Miklesof JVim.vy. liiJfci Falt-i- l morulas Ho i).d; ticwuiltiaUiaj, heavily. Hudwm Is abour"twenty-two- j Boarbon7JtfllPniJQJ." V Cnrdv of tins old and very tough in liitThabite.-LIU- Xdace, yeai-have leen arrested on a charge 01 w as a quiet, inoffensive Citizen, about thousand dollars worth of twentj four years old and man ied. There forging is great excitement up there over the mur- notes atinst prominent farmer 111 der and btroiig talk of lynching Hudson. this vjich county. boon had Precautions have been taken against lynch- left attorin tho hands of an ing. ney MikIo5 furcollection. for nished bad but Paid is m jail It was disConvict Cowboy's Christmas Present covered in the om.ity office that the sigJoliet, III., Jan. 31, Bert Coatman, a natures of thin six piominent taxpayers list cowboy convict serving a sentence of threo hnd been b p.-- fioin the and stolen It is supposed this was done years at Joliet Prison from Wyoming, wa . released yesterday afternoon, havitjg by the forger to g t the signature-- In Card belongs, to one of the best fiui'iiUes "flrTs served his term. When Coatman was co nty, mid his arrest has cnusel a sensa. is--, brought into tho clerk's oKiet, to be tion. tl:a'Scu luc L.lt;lr-- uuuci umi a nackaeeof bills amounting to nearly 51,100, ami inConvict Attends His Child's Funeral. formed him thuVf 1,000 of the money had Ottawa, III., Feb. 1. Jsoni" comment been sent to him .is a Christmas piesent by one of the cattle kings of Wyoming. The was caused yesterday by the action of Govwa-nearly paralyzed with as- ernor Ogle'bv, m allow ing Peter A Wc.-istonishment at his good fortune, and left the who is serving a three-yea- r term in prison doors with a light heart, for manslaughter, to attend tho funeral of his little dnnghter, which The Susquehanna Booming. took place nt Strentor. Wcast was Pom Dcrosir, Md., Jan. 31. The Susque- accompanied b n guard nndwut kept in jail until Sunday niorniug, when he vmis hanna hub continued to rise all dny, and it taken now higher than at any time this winter. people in a sleigh to Siren tor Over LUO attended the funernl Wasr will All the wharves and lumber yards are sub- be taken to Joilet this morning This is merged under several feet of water, and the first instance in the hist. rv ot the p ni citueus have all lay been moving live stock tentinry where a convict has Wen allowed and valuables to a placo of safety The ice to attend a funeral gorge remains unbroken, lint the ice ban weakened materially, and watches hav Killed at the Crossing. been stationed all along the river to give the alarm should any change occur, ReCentiiaua, Ilu, Feb. L James Hnrd, an port- from up the river are such a to causa old man sixty years of age, was iiistnntly grave apprehension. killed ut Sandoval this afternoon He attempted to cross the Ohio and Mississippi An Interesting Situationd track with n It am, when the Tkoy, N Y., Jan. 31. An interesting feat-Texpress, struck the wagon, throwing out of the struggle between the Knights Hurd and cutting him up in a horrible milliof Labor and the Fuller & Warren Com- ner. P.otb horses were killed also A simiaccident occni red heie this afternoon pany waB developed yeterday afternoon. larthe same manner, but the in teaiiister There aie seven freight ears on a side track escaped with his life. & Warren loaded with Fuller rtoveS (sousigned to various branch Robbed of Their Savings tcr Years. The Delhouses of the concern. HcvrivupoN. Pa., Feb. 1. During tho engineers, aware and Hudson locomotive whonre members" of the Brotherhood of temporary absence from homo of Mr. and the resiLocomotive Engineers and KniehUof La Mrs. Thomas Westbrook bor, have refused to haul the cars because dence w as robbed of S4JV10 in gold nml the goods contained in them are boycotted. many valuable papers. The old conplo Trouble is expected to grow out oLthe af- hud "been saving tlie money for fifteeu fair. If an engineer is discharged all the years and bail secreted it in nil old trunk others it is said, will strike. Horses With Hydrophobia. J.mI Delivery FrustratedOmaUv, Nnn.. Feb. 1 At Kearney, on CutuLKsioN, H. O., Jan. 31. At Cheter Saturday, Dr. llaimtciotti, acting for the this afternoon, eleven colored prisoners at- Stato Vetcnnariun, shot six horses out of u. tempted a jail delivery by attacking Sheriff consignment of twenty from Chicago It Hood With the assistance of auother was claimed that the horses were afflicted prisoner, Hood succeeded in getting his as- - with hydrophobia. j.iiluiits back, shooting one 01 them, Allen The Bursting of a Balance-Whee- l. Goode, in the head. Ooode will die. Tb prisoners, finding the attempt abortive, Lapeer, Man., Feb. 1. at noon rtisuea nacK to ineir ceils. the balance-whein a six mile from here, burst-- Joseph Heamor was Quick to Answer the Call. fatally injured about the head, and Albert Washington, Jan. 31. Over 15,000,000 McNail had his foot cut off. three j'er cent, bonds embracedln the 132d Buried Under a Great Snowslide. call for S10.000.000 which will raJture Febo Breckenkipge, Col., Feb. 1. A ruary 1, have already been received at ths Tiensury Department for redemption. ou tho Denver road buried throo men under a hundred feet of know and roclrs at the foot of the mountain. Unparalleled Damage ky Sleet. The tobacco-chewin- g young man Concord, N'. H., Jan. 81. The storm who decorates the floor, regardless of which subsided last night baa raged for where he is, will be very apt to give a t hours, and caused peat dam- certain Ilarrisbitrp (Fa-- church a wide age throughout the Stateepcrts reberth hereafter. The emireh had just ceived from some of the largcstfrnit-grow-eibought a new carpet, and a specimen in the State say that thefrpithardb arc of the kind of hog mentioned had ruined ', t ruined. a considerable, area of it during one N. H., Jan. 3Li.The damPoutbmoutit, evening's chewing performance. It age dono by tbe isuiwarnllelcd. lue injury to garden and fruit trees is be- was publicly announced in chinch that yond calculation Similar reports aro re- ho would have to buy a now pieco of ceived from other trwns. In Nottingham carpet or itaud a lawsuit for damages cno man lost 1,000 peach trees.-- V and a oriminsl prosecution for mlsao -meanor. Pittsburgh Post. A Mock Tvrlle'CMwJr Americc-9- , Ga, Jan. 31- ,-l Webster New York auctioneers have sold County lives a man, who basaidaughtcr, oged twenty-tbreo- , several oases of old sabers, rifles, bayslraDgeljteformLd. Her head and body are well devsloped. but onets and other small arms. They her arms and legs are short like a turtle's were picked up on battle-field- s in tho Hoppers bhe 13 tvexly-siI bush, in height when stnndiug. Large mkms flave been South during tho war and sold to the offered thefatherby sbowB8eB,kBt all hove manufacturers who had made them. been aeclined. Among tho lot were many wero and canteens. Bullet-hole- s Csptsin and Mate IwtWkWd. in tho leather belts and dents in the Lrwcs, Dcl. Jan. 01, Tha Vjfe Robert Moore, thirty-nindays freiai'ttemarara, swords. They were eold to a Brooklyn for two or threo cents lias arriveo nere. When Blaat eeu days junk-dealn apiece. N. Y. Times. lain Oeorge SUff and TkStM mm i.acwon, 00m, oi' iXew, ,xetkZ:i-- swept The ice crop from tho Erie canal i board ny a faeavV ea.-'nd Mate at Rochester yields New York Stata RBderoo btonht th vmm) .rau. about twthra betnirft! dvilura Mfc Tvtr dur-ingth- - com-pan- v. id-- ua r, ci df-H- h fiT)tuslV-ldesnestd -i i pu.-b.ue- - s s -- "A'ashisotov, Jas.28. Ssnat.: A number , Jjuiii, Eturts and Others. or bills were introducid. Incl-do- g one by . swimjton, Jan. liolug Mr. Shununn to discontinue the coinage of a tjcvilay appointed standard dollar, to provide for tte montulr niwnoriam of the loi the Semite nddrcssesin Henpiiioliase or bullion a:i il c irsue of coin fl riCKS, the gjllnrles lute of lieenn to CTtiflcates thereon. lor the re- tOU at an early hour. the When, therefore, at tirement of t S DtRtrlct end nrcui'. Judges noon. President pro tempore Sherman called ant) the forfeiture of unearned ol the Senate to order, gal?mntswere onercd by M- - Jnjraii The hil leries were occupied, nil the scats In tho of tho larger proportion n tho Occupants to Oivulo the Sioux lieerva'ion being ladies. After the trans, Dakota was conff'dcrcd 'ur.ti! the cxpintiion action of soniu un!mi,ortant business, Mr. of the roormnir liotir. when Jh bill for the admission ot IinVota as astute was taken up. oorhees called up his resolution expressive and iienated. The death ol (onprt sin;in of tS Senate's deep sense or the public loa Ellwood, of Illinois, tmis. aunotinccd h a in the.dcath of the Into ines.ftKC from the Houe and utter euiO(.-1e- i The resolution hating been read, by Senators Till orn nml lxi-ii- i. the Senate utt.l.'ip. in Hdjnurne.1 out of respect to the Mrr VLorhees addrcsed lh Senute. J" Bjitiuif and graphic English. Mr. memory ot Ihe deceased. HiUJsfc. Tlie mornlmr hour was occupied by the life and public ons and reports, one ot which, from rcsoiut Mr. Hendricks. In dealing with the t ommitteeon Military Affalr,aiithorl7ed tbt 1'rtfiKlMil 10 to tli jrmy jjTttiienuncKs- political views. Mr voor-Vl- k In certain cases. !t wen t.i the pubiu ca said it had Imen. and especially Eulogies were ict!erl mi tin .uto r..a.'i HIS life, chareod as a repiouoti , by ' blm that gala,wa a partisan If,sin- b ItorrCFcntHtivo heul-- n Kllwood. ol 1! afJ-T- l p. m. lie Houpe adjourned. wart meant that he pt'akcr tU.vW.t.lcjl.aa ...a and .s-,-i luinwip.,' f.i WAsiii-xiTtiisJun. ?. StmAXKBla-Oh- i iy to which bctclotiircd. and sought. al T?rrsitrah-crcdffntlof Hon. J. Z.Geori;e fiy allhohoinhle methods, what ho believed T". S. Senator from Mississippi, wurv read and oy placing to te tlio public kooi ih; rcen and measures its in Olcd. A bill was passed reinov injf the poati Government, then tho control of the cul disabilities of Oeo. S. S'orr. of Texas was true, an tho term ot reproach Mr. Call denounced the cUitrgeofa certain beeHUMaju-- t tribute to an hottest man It claim .'oiit murested in ueUinu made by tho woAthti pait'san of de-p- . honest convict ons State of Florida, 'hloh prcposed to deduct dca litfjust)) with opposing iews. who, in all agviof the world, in eery Held of human $fi2.000 out Of a cash award of 5,e0i Mr. ptOirreHliml iodthewti). Plati submitted a resolution to conslilor ,ln eotcliujoa. Mr Vcxirheossold. "As long OTecinho nominations in open fissmu. asAtnercin histon treasures up pure lives and talhful pilot u services us long as to tho Comtn itoe on Hales. A numwere inrrodmed. Tho public ni(l pitiHtfc virtue, standess aud ber of resolution so long Is reverod, bill to dlv.de the Sioux Hesorvati n In Da- Ulthoiit was discussed until the expiration of will tb" name ot Thomas A Henkota by the inomiuK hour, when the Dnkoti State dricks be cherl-hm- ! woriliy the American of emulation. bill was taken up. Mr Vest spoke at length peop'e ft an oxunilc ot biuss and marble w 11 Jlouuiii1 ts in opposition Mr loituii took tho thor thoirheids to Heaven in honor of h'S name, hut k&vowmi to Mr. Dnwes forn motion to adjourn until Mondnj. The Senate hdjourned but a tuoiiiiiiicnt moro precious to his memory Bud more valuable t" the world bus at 5:05 p. m. gionut.ed In the hearts of Hous. In the Houe a few priiato hil's ahead.) beou ong. faithfulthe peope were reported. At K Jltho House went mto ly and li whom hi served so In the busy such siifiin! ab.htj eoinuiiitec oi the whole on the private calenyear lb35 thero was harvest of diathof the dar. The Fourth of Jul claims, was the tlrst gathereo int.. no nobler spirit, no bill It whj laid RsMc lor fKvornh'e Dlvher iiitelllgeiice no fairer soul and u cotton claim next taken up (S Cj said that whenonoof Mr Hampton This was amended to pnv-m"prevent the grtat uctor.s In the politnai arena fell, if the was claimant all anauos'tirs wero buried with him. This The committee then rcnorle I the hlli. Iroprtts oo was Indelibly rtied on the speakretcrrlnif ihe ilaim to the (.ourt of l lalms for er s nmd by the extraordinary ei" itaole beadjudication The two bil'- were pnsgid. nnd held it the funeiai ol (leneial brant, when nt t:S(l p in. a rictss w.is luWi n until ; So lor atnonj thoi-- who boie the bod of the great r Friday consideration of pension Co pt an ol tie I inon armies to the gr.ivo the bills. 7ue House, at its pnuiK tession, were Conledcrate oldhi. who, a few parsed about fifty pension Mils, and adbrief segrs ago, wm,- hi mortal enemies. journed until Monday. The sunt generous feeling marked the obsequies d the ilt ad Vict I'res dent It pol ticul ASniNC.TON. Feb. 1. Peate A number and j asonal animosities ceased at the grave, oi executive reports and communications should" i not be tolerant and clmntahio m wero receied and referred. The nuewal of judititmte on our contemporaries, he asked, the Hot Springs leases went over. Mr Call even (hough they wero our political opposubmitted n resolution directing the Com- nents! Mr. Head ioks Mr.ltaufom (N. C l mittee on Military Affnirs to report a had tlwajs piuved said that a lover o. his h msolf bhl providing that Tnlon soldiers shall be whoW countrj and lis ilLei ties. The Southe exempt from civil sen ice culmination ern fclatos. in this . emergency, fell deep, inpahyand sorrow md oxrlo-inibefore appoiiitmeut. It went owr for tho . Tho hili to divide purt of thvHuiix at the bereave in out uf the Northern sisters. "TUark AIuuLty God." sa d Mr. Hansom, reservation in Dakota whs parsed. Tho Electoral count bill was debated by Me.ssr. "that do cveriHsting covenant of our Union Hoar, and Ingalls. At, 45 the is established in the hearts of all our people, went into executive session, nnd at and that, tnrouirh the c'ouds of this sorrow, we ens behold tn eace that Is never to b 3:2. p. m. odjournel. Hofrr. Itcsohitlon wa? ndoptol b ununl-mo- broken." Mr. Fuocner (Wls.i, In euloarung the dead cinscut empo. rmjr the Committee on delivered hl mtt.don eoech, Expenditure in the Depurtiucut of Justico ami was to with rtat interst Ho osp nditure made ho to iuvotife-iite-an- y spoke at lem;ih of Mr iicmlr.cksj troug Government rehttii to the rights of the Tan partlsAnslilp iud sad that to him no imIii-leF'ectrlc and Hell Telephone (;ompHnie. parttsausiitp. iiouorabh- - in Its rtcthods, An attempt to bu articles' read on the was offensive In pari he saw tlin telephone siandul was ruled c it c: ortir, iiistrumentulit ihiouuh whtuh, and a ihrouh Mr. Bntdy, of Vitylnia, was refused poi'Uils-slnb- - wrought out the triwinchaleoe mtelif to icply D '.Vise H'nder liio oil nt umph of his principles. In active, faith tul. States, a number ot hills mid moIuu.ms honorable party st.r,ce he saw, were Ottered ami rcierred. after wh" n devotion to the principle, noi mere lust for on- altetnpt to adjo.irn was !.vn office. The linpiitntion that lie wus a s)Klls-mahjthr oiiposoXon, mi I JJr Vat"oiu of hesalil r.ther nnger-s- thun :rievel Mr. Indiana, took the h or 7U mi.vtJ ,o Hendriciis, loi hu Knew it cmho troui those suspend the rules fctid put 'p r its pjsftjn-thwhohad.ftl.e been ol a hostile camp, or. If o.'ie-i-- ' bill Ins OMii, hud wont to linger in the shade and inrreasina pcasions. Aftr oonsidi lah-- dehaK Mr elumhet nhtle he and the "boys, ' us ho some-t.me- s apr. .i to oas , Mdtson s motion w loveu to call tin party woikors. lnul nayafj. Tlie resolution m-- paRsed lltnit! the borne the I tat and dust and burden of tin Increase to widows who were uiarrh d to mi.. btd65to'i tiiu or not. fie went ilonu to dicrs at the time the injuno. for which pen-'runted nnd mourned by UU sion was prnutcd ocouned. It also shuts out hilfcs.!n s rept..( ""TH"bTSTSTSTSTSTSf - TtvK xateivi&jiuv soiw. J tho tieniiliiK' llrown umundtnent , " arts TN. V l Vest Mo ) nt iiiu iiuiii. iu nrreurs oi lexisiuns- - .t a 1I o'clock the House adjourned. ml . The resolutions In inernortum we7T..-eeto. and the out of retpct to tho ir.emory ol the dead. Vice-PresideVice-PresideHen-drtCf- c. scrv-ijvhjsj- of iin-is-. Hampton, lt.iusoui, .Spoouer, Sher- - HIS MEMORY. ou the I.ate Hendricks ly .senatrim THE COMMONWEALTH. i. Voor-?te- Trash Common lugs. Medium lugs. Good lugs . Common lest. Medium leaf Good leaf Selections....... l.ouitTllIr Leaf Tobacco Market. Iturien, hart (ind Hearg ... ... $3 2ij 4 4 253 otfz W 4 .... .... .... 5 (X8 5 tvii 5 75 9 00Q,WuO 4 .V) 4 75 5 50 U lva 4 Ti C C UbOtt G50 7 Sunt S M W 23 2itS 6 00 QKl 7 00 UdS 6 SO 4 .'. 7 13 mi 90J 00 Willi t, the-Sem- te C03I5 00 Proceeding, ot the Legislature-VhaKfokJan.Sr It wae bill day In and but little of and House genera! interest was done. The following is the most important bill olf cud: Belt enacted. That every company, corporation or nsocla-tionow existing-or hereafter unranlzed. to-da, n. rmm,? Ko-fcrr- bl'-mis- nt - e roj,-"ia- -- - "V sin-wr- pit-sent- u Vlce-Pieideu- t. h.v-t- al n u, 3 !' e-- j t, thejieii-itentiar- y m m - vest-loun- ie to-da- y - To-da-y el saw-mil- l, snow-slid- t m forty-eigh- 5 s i.ur wm.vk iioiinrs, competent Jurlsillollon by proceedings In tbe name of the Coniinonwealth Mr. Neal offend u hill which provides that no court of VACCINE VIRUS. hereafter nuke this loinmouweolth sha SERIOUS FLOODS. any allowance ajfaiiist the S'ate to any pro How It ! I'ropogated in Chester County, tern Commonwealth attorney In any IniiueiKO Kieldk of Wheat and Orchard attorney Pennsylvania. of rjult Kulned by Jteceut Oierllous in where the service of such and thai has been no such le"s than one entire daj, the tn .Joaquin Valley. seven doilare per dny iillowniice shall exceed (Philadelphia News. The bill fuither provides that n. protein Sioarrov,Cnl...lHii 27 TheSan Jo'aquiri, The vjs'tiug scientists were first confor the I oinmoiiweallh shi; l entl ducted to the cperating-room- , where upon river hie been gradually rising for the past tletl to ono half of the fe and comtnls-tloallowed b law to tho Tcpular R'torne a padded table,' from whose corners rose week. Sundara portion of the lity proper, In all Judgments rondcresl while the pro tern four postH, n heifer was thrown and her compising one-filt- h ol its nreu, wns covMr Thoruo presented a ttttnrnev Isservinjr uniform legs fastened to the posts. Her belly, all ered nth water. Little damage, however, bill for the purooi-- of provldinsr and course of study in sjstem of toTt-ligothe inside and the back part of the thighs ensud. The buginera portion ol tlie city primary und elementary departments in the were shaved to the skin. The thin, whifo thepeuods "choolu and to iii any wiiy. Later common euch transfers prescribe mado. Mr may be at which and clean epidermis of the Aldcrney calf was 30t nl'ected tract, comprising about three Thome says that poor people are fniiucntly presented un inviting surface, and Dr the jaw unnecessary expense bj chances in thotieind ncrcri oi wheat, was flooded put to nud Zuill's assistant, envclojtd in a spotless bytlnKivingwiiv of a Hood-gatthe children nlo re In riled In their Tliednm- - books studies.-- It provides that the present textapron, stood over the beast nnd dilligently nt nuout ediitiinteti "C ! if books and course of study now prescribed by scraped off the upper cuticle from sixty-fiv- e 000. iThc water about Roberta' isl the sjtato Hoard or Education shall be used ears from tho first Monday in Sepspots on the fkin. Dr. Zuill, as fast ns nnd, vdnch i pi elected by levees, for four 1N-No chan.ft shall tho surfuco w us abraded, rubbed on it tho rose nine feet nbove the level oi tember, than once every lour j ears bo mndo oftcner e was too great for points of ivory which had boon coated with the land The pres-iirriiANKFOitT, Jan 23. Sknate. Met at 10.30 the lymph from n scab of cowjiox. This thelejees to withstand, and n break oc- o'clock and beiran the discussion of Semtor Dixon's hli;h license bill, which had been set was the process of inoculating. Tho calf curred through winch the water rutdicd nnd for consideration simi.,,,. P.errr will be hick, but in eight day tho booiitonv cried thiiteen thousand ncren of moved an amendment, providing th.t ail scabs will have formed and ready viheai und orchards inio a miniature counties In the mate In which local option is to remove for tho dipping of fresh lakeS The damage here j estimated now in force shall make a countv levy sulll-cleto pay into the Stkto Treasury ail id 'points' into the lvmph which will at .S.15U,00ii island Kohuit' exude from the sqio The points, which ure dividfcd into thiee divisions with cros-levee- i. amount equal to I per bend of its vctlny population. heVral other aincndineals weir simmade from elephant tusk ivory, are occuired in the middle ply thin strips pointed in the shape of a division. Thebienk now entertained that offered, and the Senate cot Into koinethiuirr Fears are of a wrangle over the matter Filially iseiis-tosurgeon's thumb lancet It requires from IU3S moved to postpone further consiil-er.ntioees which divide the upper jntl 3.000 of them to take uti all the the ffoss-leto of the bill until next Monday morn-im- r which is produced from the lower portion from the middle section of healthy virus at 11 o'clock. This was lost, hut another a calf, 2,5L) being the aver- the Wand may give way. II the middle motion to postpone until noon on Wednecdav inoculation 'of age. Having; been 'charged," a tho dip- 'section is not i'ooii repairevl Uici-- is little was adopted. two House. The ping in the rirus is called, they are nlloued hop id stopping the break for n week, over the South House. waited an hour orup a question, and then took to drv thoroughly, each one 'is carefully thoegh most strenuous effort-- - are being bill totestitj to defendthe rixht wrapped m tin foil, and pluccd In a her- made to do mo. ants in criminal cases. This was iccommitted metically sealed bottle. The great enemy to the Committee on Criminal Laws. A bill of the.poiut is bent and moisturo combined. enme up to Instill a modicum ot lntellisonce Torn to Death In Wheel. The sealing in the bottle guards against into tlie jury box, but it wa recommitted to Moi'.st C.utMEL, Pa., Jan. 27. A shock the ame committee and the day's work was tbe latter, and thestorage in a refrigerator, ended kept at about the freezing point of temper- ing 'accident lmppuned at Congressman V11 ature, against the former. Combined, s.nnit r..In.i "a siKAtE Illl.s u.tsStsl: I these influences will set up fermentation Scott's mines nt Own llidge yesterday Providing that the Coimnonwealth shall not I morning. A voung man minieil McCanlhi he liable lor the cost or tratitcriuiiur ami s in the virus, which destroys it potenoy. records, hut allowing the tounty wos walking on n nut row ledge inspecting steps us they see proper. to machinery. hen hu fell headlong upon two KtirtilatineHike such leijal triuN nnd uclioni In CampAn American Abroad. County dividing the county Into two revolving HeJoie b lould bell Chicago New.l districts, und pruvidlu'i that actions shall be left arm wm, torn from his brnttRht In that district where tho majority Liverpool Times, just body. He then n1 tempted to teach a platFrom n isipy of the House bill for the ot the defendant at b'jiid, we learn that "His Kxcelleiicyj form, but nmh the hoirible ilncoviry th.it increase ot punishment ol the nine of Mr Hills offered a resolution to release Ida clothing had been caught by a slowly Frederick H Winston, the lrom their tontract. Minister Plenipotcntiar and Knvoy Ex! revolving shaft, and that he was being the State Prison lesees from them tiled some based upon a request truordiuaiy from the United State i slowly drawn to death. lie t niggled and dussaso. The resolution li overolic day was offered in Hoi'sK America to the court of His Serene Migbf screamed, and in a few minutes: hi body, people in iuesS the Shah of Persia, has arrived n in fragments, was sent whirling around a the interest of the colored reference to the discrnuiiifftioii against England, accompanied by his rclalionto the selection of jurors, for them in better educational facilities, and varioni and high secretary, I'nnco U oil von fwrt'ect of tho tfard Winter in Florida. other complaints of the iiiiequalities and inand other attendants of di;jejHri ScJiierbrand. justices In the laws of the Commonwealth to Yiiiik, Jan. A special from Unction."' To a reporter of the Times citizens, ltcferred to the proper n repeated his story about Winston Word. Fin , to the Tribune syn: "Flor- - the colored Several unlmpoi taut local bills committees. having declined the unganier t.encraicy iuai.is a black eye, the orange crop an act Also an to li were passed. consent net tho amend of Ken of ruearci Uguvy, htate crnnllnir the "tendered by the Governor General of Chicago." nnd the ruiijd and man) of the young trees nro tucky to the acquisition by tbo United States the Timet prints this story, and adds to it thoy killtl. The people are trying to conceal it. of a certain lands along tho rivers of Govsolemn statement that the Brigadier andtheland agent) sn ear it is not so; but State, by authorJilnK the United fctates damages to was tendered in recognition of it isjo. There is not a. sound orange kit ernment to deposit In court the owners be Winston's bravery in battle with the Sioux in al this legion In all the lamoua orange act paid to the Chapter of condemned land. An 55of General Statutes, lo amend Indians on the prairie west of Chicago. A goe-- , the ground is covered with goldeir providing that no articles of incorporntlou special train conveyed the eminent "Amer- frocn fruit. These be so recommended until are fncte guthered from shall been Olcd In the Clerk's they shall have office of tbe first ican diplomat and his corps to London, where Queen Victoria's eqnerrvt Sir thebest sources of information, nd they County Court of the county where the principal placo of business Is. Launcelot Brown, awaited them at the rail- mejn a lots of S50.000.00U " way station with one of the royal hacks- Miscellaneous items People who wear spectacles, and Dista-ncfrom the ocean is no safeRussell vi lix is excited over a wntten tin number is increasing daily, may guard from its dangers. Twohorse-thievthreat by unknown parties to kill and burn In Montana, recently fell victims to a high not be aware that two m?n claim the the residence of R. H Caldwell, a wealthy honor of having invented these- aids to tied. St. Paul Utr'ald. Caldviiion. One is Spina, - a Fiorentino oltizen, brother to A contest between two dentists as to monk, and tho other Roger Bacon. An well, if he did not send 500 to a designated which of tbe two could take out most teeth spot by a certain time. Black mailing is d "r lUF. and doinK business in this Stntc, shall hu reand coining fronfuclt eminent Repubquired to make a full payment in good and lican authority.)--- f e especially deservlawful coin to its employes engaged In manual or mechanical labor, for such work and labor ing th& tliotihflf-- ! consideration of all done and performed hysuch employes for honest member!' f that party. It will said company, corporation or association, bo reiucmberet t'o4 Senator Sherman every In at once least calenproviding while uninterlfouy helping to lecta dar month in the year. there is no written contract to tho contrary. Democratic (Joverioiin New York last If any company, corporation or association an iiifalbb'.o shall ncKlcct to make said payment, as provided for in the first section of thl" act, any pauacea foSwti?rjitHj, the reduction employe m demand the samo of said comtion, in those pany, corporation or association, or any -- of the basis. n njfrnt taqttthce..evi'P'iHHlUH'ui aq-elallupon whom a summons lulelit be votes are'eastrthan theparty man comserved lu a suit for wapo?, und If auld pany, corporation or association ."hull agors think ought to lie. Chamberlain nejrfect to pay tho same for thirty devotes more attention to this characdais thereafter, su d company, corpo- teristic proposition than its impudence ration or association shall be liable to pay interest nt the late of ono dollar merits; declares that the alleged remper day for each succeeding day In addition edy would could be tried, to eant waifes to be collected by euld reach tho not, even if it disease, and that the latter einploe in n suit, toetiier with leasonahle attorney's fees in said suitor salJ wa? s with must be left to cure itself. He says hold, provided thut BJld interest ilmll In no and let us not forget who it i3 that an-lnsi exceed twice tho amount due at.d saj's it that withheld. Mr Thompson Introduced the bill of importance to Insurance men Tho evil In nnnstlnn Is nlnlnlv the result of Whenever any person ahull wish to obtain in th want of intelligence, experience and (food f any anv houncs or bulldliia-surance on Judgment on the part of tho c'ass who aro dekind, he sha i nlo wtib said company or its prived of tho riffht to vote, and of the race f Hjrent, bin atlldnvit sUtlng- the cash value prejudice ind political ambition ot the class said houses or buildings, and atildavlt of two which Inflicts tho wront'. Intensified and mado persons staling tho same fact. rcok!os. In respect to tlie right to vote, by responsible It ehaJi he the duty of said company or its the insupportable corruption and maladminRxcut, if the insurance n taWcu ou uul house istration ot roan ot tho Southern State govor 1)1111111117. to giv e the Insured a copv f fmd ernment; from letss to lnTS. aihdavlts The amount stated In the Btnuavm In other words, if in any Southern shall be. couclusiv e cv idetice ol the cash v Hi ue d aid houses and tiuil.lliitr.s at the Jate ' f the State colored citizens are deprived of companv taking the any of their political lolicy. The insurance rights, it is mainrUk shall ii.ij the amount of the iiisiuaa' o tmmea In tho pollcv within sixty das aio r ly, if not entirely, the fanlt of tho Reihe pay of loss, and on failure to do o shall publican party. First, in conferring pay Interest at the rate of six ptront. per rtliuuin from the day of lo on the sum citizenship upon a class not even now nninol in the poiu. possessed of sufficient "intelligence, . Jan i"i vte The subtert experience and good judgment" for of Sunday hnse ball plajlnir was recoiisidoied the proper recognition and fulfillment nnd reconnnittf d to the (,omuult.-- on of its obligations; and second, by the Moixls. Three hi'ls resrard. op the city of Newport weio introduced by Mr. establishment and maintenance of "the A hilnt resolution to invesiijnte law Ilerr insupportable corruption and maladsncss in (Jon County v.as adopted i Hoi'si. A Joint resolution favoriep ministration of most of the Southern til aid to rduc-St'owns discussed unO State governments from 18G8 to 1876." referred to the Committee on Education. This is tho whole Southern business Tlie hill making seduction felony wrk pascd in a nptfihell. The frcedmon as Presi20. FiisNKTOHT, The Senute aud dent Lincoln so well "know were not Hou'e devoted the day to dhousstmi a Jiuii extending tho time for the investigation or prepared for citizenship, and should ex Warden South, of The Stite prison. The have been allowed to wait until some result, while not HiiaI. was mteinriicd as fadegree of preparation had been atvorable to South ' FiiAskioiii Jan. .. Jemii. ihe Senate tained. But in spite of their unfitness, devoted the dit) to coiis.di-rlnthe of tho ballot was thrust into their hands the Prison Commissioners in reuiovimr Wr-ileby an unscrupulous Republican policy; vear- - rijo. The matter nearly Siulii sununisf up in a word is that so'.'lli wins tnd and theu, in order to consummate that take- - churKe of the prison nK.iln at not n topolicy, they were used to fasten upon morrow. the bouthern neck tho meanest and IIoL'sk. In the house tho offered ono enacting that an ImlividiiNl. eiui-pandirtiest of despotisms. The results of , or eorport.on, now or heieaflcr ueo,iitr-i'lirwhich Republicans complnia are, says any tetephuue conl rolilmr or opeiatiinr .n optrrttma in th Male shall he a. neJ to Chamberlain, inevitable "whenever iu ohnrite coPeei or retelve a rental for tho any community those who hold nearly use of diich t icphoiie a iiuii not e.Tceecliuic all its property, intelligence and exthree dollars pcnnuulh where one le.ephone only is rented by one Individual, cnmpunv or perience in are set eorp ration, tlie rental per tuuiith lor euch t'lep ono so rented shall not ejteecl fiy) against those who are for the most part per month. Where any two cities or villages, without property, education or experio eratc-aro couneoted b or ence of public affairs." We may add wire. owned by any individval. company ot t".rporatiou, the price for the uee that if Massachusetts or Maine had sufof enj telephone for tho purpose of fered for eight months "the insupportconversation between such citlod or villnzes ihall not exceed fifteen cents for the first five able corruption' andmaladministration" minute, and for each additional five minutes" rwhfch South?Cavlina antf Louisiana vearsytb.BVjwould no suiu cxeec'iins nve cents snail he charged 'pndnrWl for nip-li- t Any person couviotea "i lr'kfiTiifri" riphfeons wrathTsnd have HI I In in Pi tmt mn in i mil In . Tni -on s FiMs-Kionrt-e he-l-c- FROM ONEWFJO KNOWS. Vlena of an Evpoverlior of Sonth Carolina on the IvanilieraqueiUoii. In the current number of tho iVcio Englandtr, Itfd Daniel H. Chamber, lain of whoii. as'Repnblican Govr ernorof Soutlvj Carolina, tho country once heard a groat deal breaks a lonr silences to .liscu-Si- - hepresent and prospective aspect of ,tfae Southern question. We are hm, to say that liU rein ark?; as a yh6le.are anion;; tho best Very fruitfiu subject; 3'et raatle should be restored to the public domain. Commissioner Sparks will have-thcountenance and support of every honest man in the country in his effort to withstand the rapacity of the land grabbers. PhiLiihlphia Times. m THE DECIDING KemovaU. It is not generally ACT. i The I.nvv of the Caiid Don Xot Oblig thi President to Giro Ills lteaaon for on'. SaSTtitn JJTtt'Tril;jrtib-lica- UipldnnfltioitttilheTji-f- known that origi- - t nally the requirement f conftmation of the executive appointments of the President by the Senate did 'not, in practice, exist, whatever may have been the theory held by Congress. It is true that originally confirmation by the Scuate was applied, but only in the cases of quite a small number of the, principal officers. . In the meantime, i uowe er, iiie senate nas ocen constant, lv extendinjr its claims to 'tho'tifin- 1 - -- t - s " whole executive offices of the Government, some one hundred thousand io include a considerable portion ozmtf nnmber. Now, in view of this enormous stride toward tlie assumption of purely executive functions on the part of tho Senate, nothing can be clearer or moro certain tiian that the President is compelled to mako his appointments with an eye to the favor of the Senato rather than to the welfare of the public service. And when to the evil of the deprivation of the Executive of a power which naturally and scientifically appertains to his branch of the Government are added the political jobbery and mutual trading which have in the past influenced that body, and which the act was designed to reform, tho evils and the tendency to. political debauchiuent by tho present Senatorial practice can readily be per. Civil-Servi- i "&?&& .1 : ( ceived. ' Jn c to n biiri-'c'tb- y - There was one period, however, in the history of the country when this domination of tho Senate in appointments passed into desuetude and, ins deed, into a state of almostabject abeyance. This was during tlie civil war. Tho necessities of the then situation restored tlie President to his natural and scientific place in the Government, and compelled the Senate to abdicato its virtually usurped and absolute executive powers and to accept obediently tlie nominations of tlie Executive. At that time, in fact, both houses of Congress attempted to solve a problem" which no Legislature, from that of thu long parliament of Cromwell to tho revolutionary assembly of France, had ever sncceasfullv coped with, and most .signally and nbjeotly failed thereiu. The war once onilcd, however, tho Senato, through the unpopularity of President Johnson and the instrumene bill, was tality of the again enabled to scue the power which had been wrested from its grasp by means of President Lincoln's overmastering astuteness and the favoring circumstances which environed him. Just now a contention has arisen between the President and the Senate. Tho Senate claims, under the Tenure-of-Ofiiact, that the President is bound to tubmit to it his reasons for Tcnure-of-Ofiicce neoV.T,-rSTlTTOeWdfngCwf(i- n 10 ucicuun-irui.uciun- i 1 ce u - "-- VSJli. V.,1VU, ill C'l llJSIVIUIll that to suspend any officer during the reWe wonder the Southern peoa&andersuch intense sarao Senate. Rut, provocation, did Mbtac things they ought cess of theby no means in at the any portion time, it is not to liavo doner but they were not of it mandatory on the President to utterly reckless in their resistance to his reasons for removal. Consetho ineff do iniquity. The greatest quently, if the President should refusa wonder is that, in less than ten years to give those reasons, technically this pfter tlie provocation was removed by rcfual, ,it would naturally follow, gives the destruction of Republican rule in the Senate no just cause for refusing tho South, tho two races are working confirmation. together for a common prosperity in public will In meautime peace and harmony; that there is so watch tiie outcome of the contention this the little real troublo between them that between the Executive and he Senato during tho last .Presidential campaign with no little interest. Chicago News. and traveling Republican m newspaper correspondents could not MERELY COMMON-SENSfind a single "Southern outrage" worth Putting jren in Itespontlhle riaee Who reporting. into tho sea. lknfevJfe fl&ggjafie office-holde- rs E. to-da- ciates to "abandon all tiflbrts to prolong, through party proclamations and apeals, a controversy which has resulted so disastrously to those in whose intereats it lias been carried on," and to leave whatever difficulties yet remain in the Southern situation to be Cunmbcrlin urges his political asso- nt v n e overcome by tho National forces now at work. That is, let the South manage its own affairs in its own way, by Northern interference or instruction. It is most devotedly to be wished that Sherman, Logan and their in the making of sectional mischief, may follow this sensible and patriotic advice; but if they do, what will become of the bloody sliirt? nnd without the bloody shirt what would become of '"the grand old , pari-Louis RcjntbUcun. un-vex- ed ?"St. Levj-Court- RASCALS CRY OUT. The Abuse llnrled at Commissioner r. Spark Not Coming from Honest Home-uteade- tog-wheel- Ht.-Ho- n. El nid-deca- Rt,-Uo- Kt.-tto- n. '. i. Gen-eralc- Tlie outcry that has lately been mado against Commissioner Sparks, of the Land Office, would naturally lead the public to believe that Mr. Sparks is an odious tyrant, whose order suspending the issuing of patents until tlie claims to the lauds in question could be examined was a blow at the poor but honest settler seeking a humble homo on the prairies of tho great West. There has been clamor enough over tho matter to deafen cars of brass. A little investigation only is necessary to show that the clamor is not made by bona-fid- e settlers, who aro fulfilling the requirements of tho Homestead law. The man who has settled on his homestead and is improving it knows he has nothing to fear, even if he is compelled to wait a little for his patent until the rascality with the AdinluUtnttlon'a Tollcy. Much ado is being made over tha suggestion that the President will hereafter distribntc tlie patronago among, those who indono his policy, and ignore the skeptics and opponents.) This proposition, which is tlie merest creature of conjecture, is being as gravely canvassed as though the President had formally proclaimed it, and is mado tlie basis of a most bewildering array of criticism. Tho Presiden-itaken to task with reproachful acri mony. He is pictured as an overbearing Ciesar, riding down tho honest convio-tion- s of men, and compelling adhesion where it would not be freely 3'ielded. Of course this is thcmoit arrant nonsense. In the first place the President has made no such declaration of purpose, nor is he likely to. Thero is noth-in- g in tlie situation to call for the definition of rules in that respect Tho President is responsible to tho country for the honesty and competency of his appointees nothing more. He is responsible to his party for their Democracy. But in all other respects he has Sympathize, J ei sleet-stor- m f x sword-bayone- ts e er Cap-Joh- a f, Itilian antiquary says that Spina was suspected. iiidebted for hi information to ono Wm. A.Warner died at his home in Louiswho died in 1818. A manuscript ville a few days ago.aged sixty years. Mr. An enterprising reporter, writing of a epitaph in tho possession of the antiwreck at sea, stated that no less than fourquary reads: "Here , lies Salvino Warner was widely known as a former manager of McCauley's Theater, and teen of tho unfortunate- crew and pas Armoto d'Armati, of Florence, the in- through his connection with the L. and N sengers bit the dust X. Y. Independent ventor of spectacles. Maj- God pardon railroad in its passenger department. Wb do not know as ghosts are liable to his sins. Tho year 1818." Chicago gambler of Joun B. Macov, a disease, but we have heard of the cholera 'Il7MS. Louisville was assassinated in the streets Marathon Independent. An experienced vocalist has, it is of that city a few nights ago. No clew 7 And now Chicago claims that pork is a sid, duriug fourteen 3'ears cured any At the Harnes street school, Newport, brain food, being a product of thousands number of cases of obstinate cough by a few daj- - ago while the teacher, Miss of Western pens. Lowell Citizen. .prescribing the free use of raw oysters Healy, was bearing a class, a largo piece of plastering gave way and fell with a crash, Tee oasis of Fignig has been given to ai a diet. The remedy is easily tried. hitting a numbsr of children, but without rronce, ngnig is no doubt the Atncaa Chicago Times. m m injury except to a little girl, who was se"picnio. when you have a bad cold. for A new stitching machine for book riously cut about the face A panic ensusd, Troy Tints, binders and publisher-- , is out, which the scholars crying "fire.' Through the An embryo coquet e: Miss Elsie "Wh1 will do the work of ten ;irls in a day. presence of mind of Miss Healy, who stood are you staring at!" Master Alfred ''I The machine turns off work as fust as at tho door and would not let the children wasn't staring at any one." Miss Elsia, operator can feed iL It is in a out, order was restored. (after a pause) "Well, you may if yoaj Holyoke Pi.eurO'Pneomonu has cost Kentucky mill. lioiton Post. line." iuay. i 9 s and breeders $15,000,000 in Wire tad newspapers am jasft alltf ?f Marble recently found in Inyo two years, and it is thought half the loss Tas oaly tsaa who knows how to nasagt Cttaaty, Cal., Is pronounced by experts might have pred by prompt l a ww yrmnyis tat man trratl to any found Jn Itly lion-in a given In a draw. time- resulted, as was expected, Sal-vin- o, - well-know- n m of somebody else is exposed. In point of faot, the howl Is raised by land speculators and cattio kings, who want the earth, and want it for noth-in"- -. They have fenced in millions of acre3 to which they have no legal title, but they hope to obtain a legal title by the perjury of cowboys and other irresponsible agonts. who will swear to a lie for a very small consideration. The order of Commissioner Sparks blooks this rascally game, as an investigation is sure to reveal the perjury. Hence the outcry. Tho extent to which the false entry ,f lands under the Homestead act has been carried may be inforred from the report of Special Agent Webster Eaton, m regard to a portion of the Dnlnth and St. Cloud laud districts. Ho states that four thousand and three hundred Snal homestead entries have been in a district in which ho finds less than one hundred actual settlers of all kinds, who are aking or trying to make a -- absolute discretion. It is not necessary that he should prescribe limifci within which ho will distribute preferments sinco the right of distribution rests with him. Tlie people made him President because they have confidence in his wisdom and patriotism. They hold him to no account except for the general result of his Administration, aud the reputation af the Democracy, which ts corollary. There are certain places involving executive functions and possessing discretionary powers in which it is not only the President's privilege, but his duty, to put men who aro in accord with his views. He has made a frank declaration of those views, and they bav met with the cordial approval of the country- - There is no secret as to the ends which he deems important to the Nation's welfare or as to the means by whioh he proposes to promote them. Why, then, since he is the head, charged with the formulation of a policy and hold responsible for its successful execution, should he not call to his councils and choose for his coadiu- tors men who sympathize in his convictions and aspirations? Mr. is not President He weakling. for tlie glory and tho salary. He represents a great part; he is the trustee of a colossal undertaking. He is earnest, with comprehensive plans aud virile methods, and he wants about him those who share his ideas and partake of his characteristics. Nothing eeald be more silly in itself or more disastrous in its effects than a compromise with such imperative obligations. The people are taking no share in They these querulous complaints. have appraised tho President's polioy and are proud of it. They would kavc him omit nothing calculated to establish it upon an enduring basis. He has been comniitricticd to accomplish a t work; thoy wish him godspeed om the bottom of their nxiow heart S-ea- i ' Cleveland is no faint-hearte- d cattle-owner- JMfsyri( mi ?. - bn loc-ii- living by irm"ig Ifeia a shame that this wholesale robbery of the public lands ha been allowed to exist until nearly aR tne lands available for settlement have been gobbled. up. But because wroBg has been dono in tho past is no reason why it should be allowed to continBC What lands aro left should be reMrvtd for actual settlers and the larft b4lH now hld fraudulently " ' !l i! ' JJT'f1r ; -- ? r ii 1 I mS1 ?--l .. r. .i -- ik.?a , Til f Ver' K. b' i- - Sjv - V iC ? fer ae r. f, c?-- i TAMIAGE'S SEIWION. Third Discourse of tho Series on "The Marriage Ring." Clandestine Marrl.ijre'. Elopement nnd Other Matrimonial Escapade Con aldered Itytli Light of Script-ar- e anil Common Sense. Ubt.T. TJetvitt Talmge delivered the third of his series of discourses before a larpra the Interest In the series hiving quite marked. In presentinc; the division of liis subject under tho heading of "Clandestico Mam'aRM and Escalades," Mr. Tulmage took the following ba-rcn- i6 ecogct!cn at the Brooklyn Taber-X&el- e, text: stolen waters arr wect, nnd brcid tnken Is pleasant. Bat he fcnowath not In that th dead aro tliore. Proverbs lx, The preacher siid: Tlie cnrden.of Eden vas a great orchard j: trees, bushels and bushels of f round, ripe, elorious fruit, but the horticulturist and his vrife having: it in chartce, hankered for one special tree, simply because it was forbidden, stariina: n bad gtrcaV in huiunn nature, so that children Tcill now sometimes do eomethintr siinnly bfliift thev nro forbidden to do it. This klnV fn the hitmaa race is not easily unsnarled. Tell a companv thitthev may looV Into any twentv rooms of a large house xrpt one. and tbolr chief desire is to sea thnton. thouch all tho others were picture enlWIes nnd that a Kwrret. If thro xrprn In a reeinn of mineral sprincR twenty fonntnlns. but tho nronrtoor had fpneed in one ncrainst the tiubllc. the one fenced in would he the chief ttmntation to tho visitors, and thov ttotiM rather taste of that thsn of the oilier nineteen. Solomon this principle in the text. nd 1er tho disaster that folIoivM forbidden conduct, when he said: " Hfolen waters ere sweot. and bread eaten in secret is p'eesnnt. Tint ho knotvoth not that the dead ore thre." In th'a course of sermons on "The Marriage Rlnr." I this momlna. aim a point. WnV ehot at "Clandestine Marriaies and Fsapades. Vender coaies ud throuch the narrows of New York harbor a ship hv!no;ll the evidence of temnestnons passanri': mark to the ton of the Mainmast, twisted off. Hulwarks knocked In. Llfebosts ofl" the davits. and Captain's bridge demolIOied. ?Ininshaft broken. All th pnmos workin" to keen from sinking "before thpw can ret to wbarfare. That ship is the institution of Christen marriage, launched brtbe prnndlv from tho bank of tho Euphrates, nnd floitln? out on the seas for the admiration and happiness of all nations. Tint strne It from one side, and Mormonlsm struck it from another side, and hnrrioanea of libertinism have struck it from all sides. until the old hlp needs repairs in ovorv plan, and beam, and sail, and holand, clamp, and transom, amfsfanchlon. In other words, the notions of modern societv must bo rocon strutted on the subject of the roarrlaee Inetitntion. And when we hve cot It back somewhere near what UwaBwhenRoOmllt it in Paradise, tho earth will be far on toward resumption of Paradisaical conditions. Do you ask what fs'Sthe need of a course of sermons on this snbject? Tho man or woman who asks this question Is either Isrnnrant or sruiltv. In New which has been considered bv manv the most moral oartof the United States, there are 2.000 divorces tier year. And In Massachusetts, the headquarters of steady habits, there is one divorce to every fourteen marriages. The State of Maine, considered by many almost frigid in proprieties, has in one year ITS divorces. In Vermont rwanplnz wires is not a rare transaction. In Connecticut there are women vho boast that thev have four or Ave times been divorced. Moreover, our boasted Protestantism is, on this subject, more lax than Roman Catholicism. Roman Catholicism admits of no divorce except ine reason tiiat Christ admitted as a lawful reason. Bu Protestantism is ndmit-tin- e nnvthfnir and everything, and the larger the proportion of Protestants in any .Fart of the country, tho larger the ratio of divorce. Do you not then think that Protestantism needs some toning up on ee-r- et 17-1frnit-bearin- tvr-1- r"-o?nl- -1 Salt-wat- er rpnr-hlnj- r smolre-Rtaef- c. fore-rnna- r. .Tib-be- ts Irii frco-lovnls- m V d. thisMbject!" v- - Sf. -- 4. Ave. when vou realize that the Hacred nnd divine institution is being caricatured and defamed bv clandestine marriages ana escapades all over the land, does there not seem a call for such discussion? Hardly a morniac or evening paper comes into yonr possession without reporting them, and there are fifty of these occurrences where one is renorted. because it is the interest of oil parties to hush them up. The Tictims are. all hours of the night, climbing down ladders or crossing over from 6tate to State that thov may reach laws of 5Jator laxity, holding reception-- six months after marriage to let the public know for the first timo that a half vear before. they were united in wedlock. Ministers of religion and jnstices of the peace, and mavors of cities willingly joining in marriage runaways from other States and neighbors; the coach-bo- x nd the back seat of the princely landau in flirtation; telegrams flashing across the country for the arrest of absconded school misses whostarted off with armful of books, and taking rail trnins to meet their affianced in the snow drifts of the great storm that has recently passed over the country some of them, I read, nave perished thousands of people in a marriage whoe banns have never been published; precipitated conjugality; bigamy triumphant: marriage a joke; society blotched all cverwith a putrefaction on this subject, which no one but the Almighty God can arrest. We admit that clnndestlnity and escapade are sometimes authorized and made right by parental tyranny or domestic serfdom: There have been exceptional case where parents have had a monomania in regardio their sons and daughters, demanding their celibacy or forbidding relations every way right. Through absurd family ambition parents fcave sometimes demanded qualifications and equipment of fortune unreasonable o expect or simply impossible. Children are not expected to marry to please their parents, but to please themselves. Given good morals, means of a Hvclihoodr appropriate age and quality of social position, and no parent has a right to prohibit a union that seems deliberate and a matter of the heart. Rev. Philip Henry, eminent for piety and good sense, used to say to his children : "Please God and please yourselves, and you shall never displease me." During our civil war a marriage was fctout to be celebrated in Charleston, S. C, tiMkveen Lieutenant de Rochclle and Miss Artna, the daughter of Pick-MiAs the ceremony was about to be solemnized, a shell broke through the roof nd wounded nine of the guests, and the fcride fell dying, and, wrapped in her hite wedding robe, her betrothed kneeling at her side, in two hours she expired. And there has been many as bright a union of hearts as that proposed, that the boab-she- ll of outrageous parental indignation has wounded and scattered and slain. If offered in marriage be Wotxshed'dTintemperance, If the life of the marital candidate has been debauched, if fce has no visible means of support, and poverty and abandonment seem only a KHle way ahead; if the twain seem entirely unmatched in disposition, protest aad forbid and your opinion by ttat of other, aad pat all lawful obstacle In do not Join that company at parcat who have raised their kiMraCy aplatocracy of domestic eraakiaeas which has caused more than awe atepement I know of a few cases Where aMrriafe Jus baea under th ofpareatt and all d approved, and the hone Mil Wrtil har aMB trtimtUm nil ! s. taway;at taeaeiga-fcfl'fet'rGo- But while we have admMe(I hera ar8 real enses of just I ft able rebellion, in ninety nine cases out of a hundred, yea, in nine hundred and ninety-nin- e cases out of a thousand, these unlicensed departures and decampments by moonlight are ruin, temporal and eternal. It is safer for a woman to jump off the docks of the East River and depend on being able to swim to the other shore or get picked up by a The possibilities are that she may be rescued, but the probability i that she "Rill not. Read the story of the escapades In the newspapers for the last ten years, and find me a half dozen that do not mean poverty, disgrace, abandonment, police court, divorce, death and hell. '3tolen water aro sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant. But he knoweth not that the dead are there." Satan presiderover the escapade. TI9 introduces the two parties to each other. He gets them to plodge their troth. He appoints where they shall meet. He 3hows them where they can find offlcintlng minister or squire. He points out to them the ticket office of the ra:i traiu. He puts them aboard, and when thev are going at forty mil's the hour, ho jumps off and leaves them in thelureh; for, while Satan hns n genius In getting people into trouble, he has no genius for getting people out. He Indnced Jonah to take ship for Tarshisb. when God told him to go to Nineveh; but provided for the recreant prophet no better landing-placthan tho middle of the MediUrrnnean ser- The modern novel U responsible for many of these absconding. Do you think that young women would sit no half a night reading novels n which the hero or heroine get acquainted In tho usual way and carry on their increased friendship until, with the consent of paients. the dav of marriage isappointsd and amid the surrounding group-okindred the vow are taken? Oh, no. There must be flight and pursuit, and nnrrow ecaoe, and drawn dagger, all ending in sunshine and parental forgirenfss and bliss unalloved and gorgeous. In many of the caes of escapade the idea was implanted in the hot brain of the woman by a cheap novel, ten cents worth of unadulterated perdition. These evasion of tho ordinary modes of marriage are to be deplored, far the reason that nearlv all of tlieni are by men. If the man behave well ho has a character to which he can refer. ahd he can say: "If von want to inquire about me, there is a list of names of people in the town or neighborhood whero I live." No. the heroes of escapade lire nearlv all either bigamists, or libertines, or drunks ards, or defrauders. or scoundrels of some sort. They m;v be dressed in tho height of fashion, majs b cologned, and pomatumed, and padded, nnd and flamboynnt-cravateuntil they bewitch the oyo and Intoxicate the olfactories, bat thev are extract" of villalnv. moral dirt and blasphemy Beware of them. Fugitive marriage Is to be deplored bi- cause it almost alwavs Implies woman's descent from a higher social plana to a lower. If the man was not of a higher plane, or the marriage on an equality, there would be no objections, and hence no inducement to clindtintv. In almost all cases it means the lowering of womanhood. Observe this lawi A man marrying a woman beneath him fn society, may raise her to any eminence ho himself may reach ; but If a woman marrv a man beneath her in society ,'i she alwavs goes ilown to his level. That n law niflrn. ole, and there are no exceptions. Is anv woman so high dp that she caiijiitord to plot for "her own debasement There is not a State in the American union that has not for the last twenty years furnished an instanco o? the sudden departure of some intelligent woman from an affluent home to spend her life with some one who can make three dollars a day, provided he keeps very busy. "Well, many n man has lived on three dollars 'a day and been happy, but he undertakes a big contract whpn with three dollars a day he attempts to support some WjjWhas lived in a home that Jcosttwethousand dollars perannlmiffiTiffi has Tyen about thej history "'eTsitfe conjunctions of simpHcityaBdSextravagance, the marriage of oxandagle; The first venr they got on 'tolerably well, for it is odd and lomnntic. an assisted by applause of people who admire outlawry. The second year thecounlo settle into complete dislike of each other. The third year they separate and seek for divorce, or, as is more provable, the man becomes a drunkard and tho woman a blackened waif of the street. Stolen wntero are sweet, and bread eaten 1n secret Is ptens.ir.t. 15nt he Vnotrctli not thatthc dead are there. These truant marriages are also to be deplored, because in most instances they are executed in defiance of parental wisdom and kindness. Most parent, are anxious for the of a child. 'If they make vehement and determlne'd opposition it is largely because it is a match 'unfit to be made, and tboy can see for their daughter nothing but wretchedness in that They have keener and wiser appreciation, for Instance, of the certain domestic demolition that comes from alcoholism in a young man They realize what an idiot a woman Is who marries a man who has not brains or industry enough to earn a livelihood for a fainUy.Na bureau of statistics can tell us the number of women who, after marriage, have to support themselves and their husbands. If the husband becomes Invalid, it is a beautiful thing to seo a wife uncomplainingly, by needle, or pen, or or washing-machinsupport the home. But these great, lazy masculine-- louts that stand around with hands in their pockets, allowing tho vif with her weak arm to fight tho battle of bread, need to be regurgitated from societ3 There are innumerable instances in these cities where the wife pays the rent and meets all the family expenses, and tobacco and the beer for the lord of the household. No wonder parents put on all the brakes to stop such a train of disaster. They have too often seen the gold ring put on th5 finger at the altar turning out to be the iron link of a chain of domestic servitude. What a farce it is far a man who can not support lunnelf and not worth n cent in the world to take a ring which he purchased by money stolen from his grandmother's cupboard and put it on the finger of the bride, saying: WlihlhlgrinKl thee wed audlth all my worldly goods I thee endow. It is amazing to see how some "women will marry men knowing nothing about them. No merchant or merchantess would sell a hundred dollar' "worth of goods on credit without knowing whether the customer was worthy of being trusted. No man or woman would buy a house with incumbrances of mortgages and liens, and judgments against it uncanceled; and yet taero is not an hour of tho day or night for the last ten years there have not been women, by hasty marriage, iutrusting their earthly happiness to men about whoso hoaesty they knew nothing, or who are incumbered with liens and judgments, and first mortgages. nnd mortgages, and third mortgages of evil habits. No wonder that in such circumstances parents, la conjugating the verb in question, pass?from the subjunctive mood to the indicative, and from the indicative to the ifflfTerative. Inneaily all the cases of escapades that you v ill hear of the rest of your lives there will be a headlong leap overrUie barriers of parental common sense aad forethought. Stolen waters are weet, bread eaten In secret Is pleasant Bat and knoweth not he that the dead are there. We also deplore these fraudulent espousals, and this tweaking ffbange erf single life for married life, bccau&e it is deception, and corroding and damning vice. Traaast deceive your kindred, you aws-mi80Ciety, you all WifJod, and him you can not deceive. Decaton does not injure others so much . our selves. Marriage I eefe,portant a crisis a la oat-- life ta b aiU bv gieight of -- ferry-boa- t. e f firs4-clas- d, double-distille- d spring. When anv asked the frald for circumstances to improve. Timo nia remove all obstacle. The candlilnte fo iraiitil preferences may change his hab its, or get into some trade or tunings that will support a home, or the max orahle father and mother may be pto moted to celestial citizenship. At tin right time have the day appointed Stand at tho end of the best room in tho house with joined hands and minister of religion before you to challenge the world that "if they know ol anj reason why these two persons tball not be united they state it now, or forever hold their peaco,"and then start out with the good wishes of all the neighbors and the halo of the Divine sanction. When you can go out of harbor at noon, with nil flags dying, do not try to run a blockade at midnight. In view of all this I charge you to break up clandestine correspondence if vou are engaged in it, and have no more clandes-tin- e meetings either at the terry, or on the street, or at the house of mutual friends, or at the corner of the woods. Do not have letters, come for you to the c under assumed address. Have no correspondence that makes you uneasy lest some one bv mistake open your letters. Do not employ terms of endearment at the beginning and close of letters, unless you have a right to use them. That young lady Is on the edge of danger who dares not allow her mother to see her letters. If vou have sensible parents take them intr vour confidence in all tho affairs of the heart. They will give you more good advice in one hour than vou can get from all the world beside in five ypars. Thev havo toiled for you so long and praved for you ,0 much, they have your best interests at heart. At the same time let parents review their opposition to a proposed marl-talliance, and seo if their opposition is founded on a genuine wish for the lnM wolfaro, or on some whim or notion or prejudice or oelfishnes. u natural law and trving to make Niagara run un stream. Mr. Pitt, the Prime Minister of England, was alwavs saying wie things. One dav Sir Walter Farouar called on him in great perturbation. Mr. Pitt inquired what was the matter, and Sir Walter toH him that his daughter was nhout to be married to one not worthy of her Mr. rank. th Pitt sild- - "Is young man of resneetibki familv?" "Yes " "Is he rcspec-h- l in himself" "Yes." "Hns he an estimable character'" "Yes " "Whv. then, mv dear Sir Walter, mike no opposition." The advicn was taken, and t hnppv married life ensued. Let ministers end officers of the law decline ofTleiatin'' a clandestine marriage". When thev ar asked to date a mnrria" certificate bark. as we all are asked, let them neremotorllv deeltna to sav that the c?remnnv was In November instead of .Tnnnarv, or decline to leave the dato blank Iet others fill out the record erroneously Let a law ho passed In all our States, is It has alreadv been In some of our States, miking a llcens from ofTWrs of tho law necesirv hefore we can unltecouples. anil then mivej it necessary to publish beforehand In f' newunapers. as it used to be published In the New England chutchea. so that If there be lawful objection It mav be presented, not swinging tho buov on the rocks after tho shin has struck aud gone to pieces. And here it might lw w ell forme to take all the romance out of an escmadn by quoting a dozen lines of Robert Pollock, the great Scotch poet, where he describes tbo crazed victim of one of these escapades: Yet hiil she miny rtavs Of sorrow in the world, hut never wept, Bhe lived on alms, and cfcrrled In her bind Some withered (.talks sh gathered In the post-offlcnl g -- JUST AS BAD AS PAINTED. POETRY OF ADVERTISING. walling, There 's a land of bitter fears and ono Dante A land moit liko that drciu Vhcie"wHii-McNlolo. with dark robes trtdl- I n sad jrocef!on moves, brows bound with d cau, she smiled and 1 best-welfar- e yard-stic- k e, - furni-diesth- ec-o- nd far ahead, and how deep down, and how high up it flashes, and there is instantaneous revelation of mountain peak nnd wild beasts hieing themelves fo their caverns, nnd cascades a thousand feet tall, clinging in. whit terror to the precinices! But more intense, more morn sudden, hwifter and more tremendons. is the headlight of an advancing.Iudgment Day, under which all tho most hidden affairs of life shall come to discovery and arraignment. I quote an overwhelming passage of Script lire, in which I put the whole emphasis on the word "secret:" God hhnll bring every work into Indarmenr, with every becret thing, whether It be good or evil What a time that will be in which the cover shall be lifted from every home and from every heart. The inlqnitv mav have been so slv that It escaped all human detection, but It will be as well known on that day as the crimes of Sodom and Gomorrah, unless, for Christ's sake, it has been forgiven. All the fingers of universal condemnation will be pointed at it. The archangel of wrath will stand there with uplifted thunderbolt resdv to striko It. The squeami-hnes- s and rritdery of earthly society, which hardly allowed some sins to be mentioned on earth, are past, and the man who was unclean and the woman who was impure will, tinder a light brighter than a thousand noonday sun. stand with tho whole storv written scalp and forehead and rhecks and hands and feet; tho whole resurrection body aflame and dripping with fiery disclosures, ten thousand sepulchral and celestial and "Unclean! Uninfernal voices cryingclean' Unclean!" All marital intrigues nnd all secret iniquities will be published as though nil the trumpets spoke them and all the lightnings capitalized them and all tho earthquakes rumbled them. O man. recreant to tho marriage vow! O woman in sinful collusion! What then will become of thv poor soul The tumbling Alps and Mount Washingtons Pyrenees and can not hide thee from the consequences of thy secret sins. Better repent of them now, so that they can not be brought against thee. For the chief of sinners there is pardon, if you ask it in time. But I leave you to guess what change there will be for those who on earth lived in clandestine relations, when on thai day the very Christ who had such high appreciation of the marriage relations that he compared it to his own relation with the Church shall appear at the door of tho great ball of the last assize, and all tho multitudes of earth and hell and Heaven shall rise up and cry out from the three galleries: Uchold, the bridegroom cometh. g, They were her sisters and would come and watch Iter grave when she was dead. She never epoko Of her 1ecolverj father, mr ther. home Or child, or heaven, or hell, or nod. bnt still In lonely places walfcel. aid evorsrazeji Upon the withered stalks nnd talked them; .TDlwastedothe. shadow of her.yonth. jVmi woe too wide tosee t cvond'jshc died. But now I turn on this sabiect an intenser lieht. We have fifteen hundred light In this church, nnd when bv electric touch thev are kmdlod in the ewnine- service it if almost stnrtlinc. But this whole snbiect of "Clandestine Marriages nnd Escapades" I nut under a more intense light than that. The headlight of a locomotive is errible if you stand near enough to catch the full glare of it- - As It sweeps around the "Horseshoe .curve" of the Alleghenies or along the dgo of the Sierra Nevadas. how Widespread Commotion Caused by th Terrible Confession of a rhyglcUn. The story published m these columns recently, from tho Rochester, N. Y., Ltmocrat and Chronicle, created u deal of comment hero as it has clsowhcro. Apparently caused even moro commotion in Rochesterit as the folio wing from the same, paper bhows Dr. J. B. Henlon, who is not only in Rochester, but in nearly every part of America, sent an extended article to this paper a few days ago w hich was duly detailing hn remarkable experienco and rescuo from "what seemed to be certain death. It would Ik) impossible to euumerato tho personal inquiries which havo been made at ourollico to tho vulidity of tho article, but they havo been so numerous that further invent igatiou of the subject was deemed ncccs&arj. With this end m view a representative this paper called on Ir Heuiou nt his of . v.u-Andrew the following interview occurred: "That article of yours", Doctor, 1ms created quite a whirlwind. Are tho statements about thetcrri-bicondition you were in, and tho way you were rescued, such as j ou can sustain?" " Every one of them aud niauy additional ones. I was brought so low by ncdect-iu- g the first and most .simple symptoms. I did not think I was sick, ltu true I had frequent headaches; felt tired most of tho timo; could eat nothing ouo day nnd was ravenous tho next; felt dull pains nnd tu? stomach was out of order, but I did no't think it meant niivthmg ceuous. The medical profession has been ti eating svmptoms instead of diseases for year., uud it is high time it ceased. Tho symptoms I have just nieutMiu-doraiiuuiisual uctiou or irritation of the water channels indicate the approach of kidney diveaso more than a cough, announces tho coming of consumption. Wo do not treat tho cough, but try to help tho lungs. AVe should not xv aste our time trying to relievo the headache, pains altouttno ooavorotherbjmj'toms, hut go directly ip mo KHiiiuys, iuo sourcu oi mosi oi ineso mentK ' "This, then, is what j on meant wlir th- &aid that moro than which oonii anso from Bright'sdiTtAAvTi ' it Doctor!" "Precisely. Thousands of diseases aro , whit b in reality torturing p'eonlo are Bright 'si usen-.- in snmn of its many monster, and forms. It is a tho slightest symptoms should stnky terror to every one who bus them 1 can look back nnd recall hundreds of deaths which physicians declared at tho time were causd by paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneumonia, malarial fever and other common complaints, which I eeo now wore caused by Bright's disease " "And did nil theso cases havo tlniple symptoms at first'" " Evorv ono of them, nnd might have been ef tbesama cured osl was by tho timely remedv. I am getting mv eves thoroughly opened in th.s matter and think I am helping othors to seo the facts and their possible, danger also " t Mr. Warner, who was visited at his on North St. Paul strict, eil.o Tory earnestly: " It is true that Brlght's disoaso bad increased wonderfully, and we find, by rclia-bl- o statistics that from '70 to 'SO, its growth was over U0 ncr cent. Look at tho promi nent men It has earned ofl", and is tskiLg) oil every 3'car, for whdo many nro dying apparently of paralvsl3 and apoplexy, thev aro really'victiiusof kidney disorder) which causes heart disease, paralysis, apoplexy, etc, Nearlv every week tho papers record tho death of somo prominent man fromtbia ' Fconrg. Recently, bowovcr, tho increaso has been checked and I attubuto this to tho general uso of my remedy." "Do you think'mniiy peoplo nro aftcted with it who do not realizo UP ".a. prominent protessor maow uncans medical college was lecturing lcfore his cIbsb on the subject of Bi lghfs disease. Ho bad various fluids under microscopic analysis and was showing the students w hat tho indications of this terrible malady were, 'And now, gentlemen,' ho said, 'ns we havo seen tho unhealthy indications 1 will fhow you how it appears in n state of peifect health,' and ho submitted his own tlaid to the usual tott. As Lo w ateh.d tho results bis countenanco middenlv changeil his color and command Uth left him and in a trembling voico ho said: 'Gentleiuen, I havo mado a painful discoverv; havo Bnghfrt disease of the kidnevs.' And in less than n year he was dead. TLo slightest indications of any kiduoy difficulty should be enough to striko terror to anj one." vtcll-known nuh-Iishc- tl, n H Is a land peopled with witless mortals. wcro Compared with whom tho virgins five "Wo did not think Aud there is writ above Its gloomy portals: It paid to advertise There is a land that tlows with milk and honey, Not the condensed, nor jet the sorghum strains. Each dweller bears a gripsack tat with money. Fionas, coupon?, stocks and arious other Happv aro these as. at high tide, tho fishes. No tear doth drown the laughter in their nits; wishes; For better luck they havo no sort of to adverThe cuke is theirs: thoy learned tise Oiicular. FrfntiM "Nothing's tho matter with the boots," AouqtBad8tor Cough Cur. will pw he snnpped out; the matter is with me. H rent yon disturbing you want to see a iool, young man, look at putyooin a right th congregation, and framo of mind to enjoy me. Keep watch oi me the reat of tho day, p cents a bottle. will you, 'caneo I haven't got sense enough thoserncca. Twenty-flyto keep out oi the lire." Wreckums engineering Is what bj wanted " Ki,t ou railroads and steamboats. "Don't you 'but' me I gueen I know what I am talking about. I am an idiot, loans Men, Head This. n and I don't care who knotb it. Up in I bought thin book. It was at an offer to send their .C- o- of MarriaM. Hich., colebrated Electro-Voltai- c auction. I thought I nan getting it great Belt and other Elzct.iic Appliances bargain Paid 1 75 for it and just look on trial ior30 days, to men (young or old) at the price tuark in theie. Th regular re- ataicteawiui nervous debility, loss of vital- tail price i only a dollar nnd a half." ity and all kindred troubles. Alsoforrbeu- Chi-cng- OH! MY BACK Etery ilra'.a or cold attacks that treak back auu nearly prociraiu juj. 1131 J j "L-- fm iui , tT -1 I " "That's too bad madam, but matism,neuralgia,paraly3lsand many oth- "Don't ou talk back at me, I say. I haoii't told the woiot of it. A man with' vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk as dO days' trial is allowed. Write a high hat bid SI. US and I enid SI. 30. i riitn the auctioneer went on with his rft" thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet, free. and told wiiata ;rre;it book it wns, and asked lor ? 1.75. The half the hall make It 1 iltl be And then what do you testifv to tho value Why, I made it neventy-fiv- e and raided ray of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, a's a 4ecific for oniibid I dou't believe their old book ii soldi. worth two shillings. I m a fool, that's what I am a silly little fool." STAKTLIS9 figures Ghosts. BurUnalon And then the middle-agetwo hundred pound woman eat down and crisd a little. Frtt PretC Clucao Herald A KiTCRiL color, that defies detection, is produced by Buckingham's Dye lor the Whiskers. d , hetentv.five' SevenU-five- , A cold snap Breaking an icicle. lady-- ' sti.-vU- spje taya r Pre-hittor- mm. THE BLIZZARD. Tlie blizzard came down like a thousand of Btrenffthens the ffll Wv m W I! l rm a a m m I1! S aii THE o hnek; His breithlngi were cakes or Ice four Inches thick. . And his hair streamed tai out in a stillness that bent With tho swirl and the Knrlchrs the Blood, BE STTQKIC ilusclr. NerTC diHi-ren- Stendirs the Glvrs New TIgor. he went. of the pathway IV. m His beard that found roots to the lids of hid In a hairy, unpleiced disguise. Hid And spread out In ice like rlgldltr far From lils one ejo that Unshed like a pivotal o ejes his late Maierlck. As odesms thing A poet OaUform Mr A. PzLcstsrBT.CleTelind,OiiIo.Fr. trnoblol with terrible pains In my hck and I roald t But stoop over, rrmodies t tried tsaar wiibojt nllL Two botU-JBrown' Iron Bitter tntirtlj cared me." Ma Damei. Ilorota. anv Serectb St. Tnl-rlll- e. Kr Mrs: I a trooblM with Nenralfls and pains lo mr bark. I hira bes Kr-!neuted hj nlrg two botUes ot Brown' Iron Bittan. Ot tlj "IU ) star. form Unecn was the rest of the domon-llkblizzard, the feod of tho Of the torm. Out the ineseucu wnj tult of nn unconquerod will. rivers stood suddenly For the ruiU-motiiig faat-rutml- PIso'b Remedy for Catarrh. Relief is immediate, and a cure sure. 50 cents. Onoine has abOV Tnde Matte and croeaed red linea onwiapper. Take uu other. Madennlbr UllOW.N CnCMlCLCU, UALTI110UE.MH. Which it the most ancient of the trees! The elder tree. T1TE SEVEX STAGES OF 3IAN ALL REQUIRE AT SOME ACB TiTlCa'S CHEEOEBE REMEDY cf SnlBrai i Mm. . JHE LIYE5T0Ov---nt- MARKETS. ivriNN tTi. ; Feb. ". lNo. ( 7S stilL one-ha- lf An! iho noses of people who trateled tho street Turned white with affright, and the hurrjing leei Were stung as with ftlng-o- a hundred bees. Wiiir in" I'lood crept h way and allowed them io irecze. Lvlumljiif Dltpateh. to-d.a i) BOY, CAT A AND PAINT. In s(T lndra-liemk- d Thrilling story, Without 'Words, Chapter. I. (Harper' Ilnzar. u-- e. ..J& .'1 V31 00 2 t!e omnion-TWO OF THEM. I IV) 4 irj Choice HiiU'tierS 3t'0 JS H0fiSt''oi"," The Danger of Changlnc the Voice at 4 15 .. 4 lJ (jomJPrfckow ... r. 3 31 Critical Time. SHBK1 Good to dunce M.OCK-Fi'nBn Maddox, who for ome lime carried GUA IN .iUWheat- - Lonxtcrr. red 4 10 i 35 85 ... 94 lh mnil betwvfit the tnwnx ol IlrPel'oro So. 2 tail iniN.xt Corn Nift 33 and Wlutui, Tex. is the poesescor d e Osis N '1-- iii.xcJ. .. ... 41W TJ i.t','0. variegated ou He usually begins speakKjo-- No Vi 'S, ' HAY Tiiiuiib sti ;.ing in n veiy high, npiinte voice, and TQJJACCO-'"'i. 8 (hj ii, a no I.u;s- . Ill H) Ql M when about half through thoentcnn falls Gool Mod 'inw .. .11 Sill 12V4 to a very deep base, in which he finishes. PROVISIONS-Pork-Me- ss. mmih . . fiJb , r,i I.nru- - rrme One day in returning Iroin Whitney his BUT! Kit ram- lUtry . . . il at 14 &, .. is Oh'o Crew i.ery team ran away, threw Ben out in the mud il ib 75 and turned the hunt coM-ieTO back whith he Al'IM.KSl'r.iiie C5 . -- .. PUT A'IO' ler was driving over on him in Budi a manner Ni:V VOItK. that, although uninjured, he was unable to Kt.Ot.'U nnd 'aVMmii .?-- 15 ,3 Al get iiom under it. While he was there a Glt.MN Sinfill Win I'lciiso t 014 wtifliiger caineby, when the following con. No. 2 nsl 15 WIS !& 4U 41. Corn -- No. 'J uiiiel. vernation took plare :i7 (ft 4 OM- - - 4 .T - N- -, - "U LLLvs9Sa ciLBSLLLr ! . - 1 a iui-h- 1 N-- 1 1 estab-men- JSrtS LUInc Marine Telescope. thib girl travel over this road on that hnli fare tluket," eald the new con. ductor to tho Widow Flapjack. "Why not? what ie the matter with my little girl?" "She is no child. She U more than hall grown." "Well, if that don'tbrat everything, then I'll give it up. Here poor little Mamie line been traveling over this road on n child's ticket for the Inst ten yen re, nnd now all at onco you any she is no child. That'e u new Ay to worry tho traveling public" She paid lull fare, nnd then the diminutive girl in the corntr pulled huixilf out, eo to epenk, like n. marine tekbcope. Texas Stftiuzs. A Short Cut. The other night on an Arknnr-arailroad train a passenger culled the conductor and A r ?i iV i "I can'tlet Ben (in his fine voice) Hello, mtbter. will you plenf-- git down an' raise this back tip no as I can git out? Stranger Yes. I gues I can. buthowdid you get under there' Ben (in bis boar&e voice) the borers ran away and turned the back over on me. Stiangcr Lookee here, ii there are two or three of you under ther vou ore able to raise that hack up youitelvefl, and I am not going to got down in the mud to help j"u. And away he rode, leaving poor Ben to get out tho best way he could. " -- uixeii 5 rOUK-M- i-s l.AUD Western CHICAGO. i'fm .. . . .10 37' .VI Wl 75 W 0 13 This Is almost as fatal as CoammcUcn If sot attended to in Its early stajes. Any evil results may be) by the prcscpt SoredSweet Gam andue of Taylor's Cherokee Reme Mu!!;fn. The Sweet Gum from atreeof jbe same name booth. combinal with steaoaSe from tea MuUela plant of the olieeliis. For sale by all drug cltaats3cemsaad TAYLUB, bottle. SI Ot per Atlanta, Osw WALTEll A. BTH STAOE-BnoSCHIT- lS. ktow-tiytlnt- be FLOWS S'.ae mid Western. GltAI?. Uial No -- red No Stn.mjroSpritiS' ..- -. Corn No. 2 ..H - 8 (.iiNo2 live uui && 07'i ft 4 M HP, V"S ni'" DR. RADWAY'S "W 2 P01tK--M- es LAKU-bte- &1I 10 10 FI.OU:t-Fnn'i- U- lill&: Detroit free Press. i PItoV I'm ii M I hit mtvi il N at t"i iiAt.riMoni:. ... NO. Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Cfcronle Rhcnmayim. Scrofula. Erphllltls Cot) plaints, etc (see our btiolc on Venereal, etc.; price JaU cents). Glandular Bwe Uackuiz Dry Consh. Bleedlasof the Lnng Dyspepsia, water Brash. White Swi'l-ccTumors. PimBIea. Eruptions of the Fare, Clcer. lllpDIsesjea, out. Dropiy, nicWets, Sail I.heuci, Bronchitis. Diabetes. Kidney. Bladder, Liver Complaints, etc. i. . . to-da- y j IT BOTHERED HIM. How tho irjuinlns Humorlu Amnted II tin (U at a l'n'hlonahlf Hotel. Bill Nye nays oi hm experience at the Tilth Avenue Hotel- "I found something, yesterday, at the table that bothered me. It was a new kind of a 6ilver dingus, with I - rrk -l Mcs . .. . ..... It 50 esco hi 47 CATII.r.-1'- Mt iimlitj-.- . .... S ...io:ji Hit 5 00 01 3 J i, i'VH 47'i .13 llio Great Blood Farlfler, Tor the Cur of all Chronic JOUoases. 14 M (C, HOGS INDIANAl'OI-I- ."." $ - j MS 80 Wheat No --' Corn im " lUiKld OM$ CJltlv-(. r- LOl'LS-VIIX- E Flour -- A W No i ' t- - LAUl'-tte- n.'.' tl.- t uiii me. .it - I "0. 'TCil uw 4 50 70 auw a tii 8 TTnetbtr transmitted from parents or acquired, la !thlajhe curative ran; cf the arnpi-Ulla- o t. Cures l.avp been mado wheTe persona luve been with Scrofula from their youth up to 3J. 3) and. elteirs of age.lv l)It. RADWAl'S fi.VKSA-i.II.l,IAJtlJOJ.VEM', a remedy of Insrredlcnis of txtrconHoary medical properties, essential to purify, heal, rer air and Inilcorata the bro'ea down and wated UkIv. QuicI pleasant. safe nnd I ermanent In IU treatment mid cure. Ke-olvcn.V com-pes- SCROFULA, Hood's Sarsaparilla Ti prepared from Sanaparllla. Dandelion. JIandrattft. Docic. Nld by nil dm zUts. One Collar a bottle. atked- - i both their physicians and friends. "ion speak or your own expo t iiit trio "A fearful ouo. I had felt languid I and unfitted for business for vears. But did not know what ailed me "When, however. Hound it was kidney dillkulty I thought there was little hope and so did the doctors. I havo sinco learned that ono of tbopby&I-ciunof this city pointed mo out to a gentleman on tho street ono day, sapng: ' There goes a mnu w bo w ill be dead within ayeai.' I believe his v.onls would have proved true if I had notproviilentially.nsed tho temedy now known us Warner's rSafo Cure." "Did vou make nchemical analysisof the case of Mr. H. U. Warner, somo three years ego. Doctor?'' was asked Dr. S. A. ono of tho unalvsU of tho state board of health." "Yes, sir." "what did this nualvbis show youi" "A serious disca&o of tho kidneys.' " Did you think Mr. Warner could recover!" "No, sir. I did not flunk it " Do you know anything about tho remedy which cured himV' "I havo chemically analyzed it and find It pure and harmless " I)r. Hcnion wus cured .ffe y.i ago and fj twrtand attending to his professional duties in this citv. Tho stunding of Dr. Henion, Mr. Warner and Dr Lattimore in tho community is beyond question, and tho statements they makeenn not for a moment bo doubted. Dr. Demon's experience shows that Bright's disease of tho kidneys is ono of tbo inost deceptive and dangerous of all diseases, that it is that it can bo cured if taken in timo. s Latti-morc, "You Know of Dr. Heuion'smsff ' " Yes, I havo both read and heard of it" "It is very wonderful, is it not I "Noinoioso than a great many others that have come to my notice as having been cured by the came means " "You bolicvo then that Bright's disease can bo cured V "I know it can. I know it from mAwn and tbo experience of thousands oU nent persons w no w ero gi von up j "Are wc on 151110'"' "Yes." " Glnd. Are we on the track?" "I don't know, but III go foiwaid and Hsk." He went away and, returning, Haul. "I nm informed that we lelt the tinck about live tulles back. We are now running on the county dut road and i( wo don't meet a wagon we'll bo all right. You bee that there is a big bend in the road back heic nud we gave time by taking u abort cut." Arkn:i-,aTraveler. S X two handles to it, for getting h. lump ol biignr into jour tea. I eat right aw.iy that it wax for that, but when I took tho two bandies in my hand like a nnd tried to Mroop up a lump of sugar with it I ftlt embiirniseed. Several ptoplc who were total btra Tigers to me smiled. "After dinner the waiter brought me little pink glus-- bottle of lemonade, and tle.m wip? to dry my mouth with, I' reckon, alter I drunk the lemonade. I do not pine for lemonade much, anyhow, but thiswan specially poor. Itwus just plain water, with :i lemon rind und no sugar nut-cracks nation, proportion and preparation sro ripslucxa. Juniper Berries, and other aad valuable vegetable retnedir. 1 ho coml I ne'.l-ino- n curative power not by other medlclnei It cfiect retnwJ.a'uje cures where others fall. noou'$Sar.iparil!a,KlTlaslt pis-fcM- d pcalUr 'o !RADWArS READY REL8EF there:. For InCocar.ai va . sul FaSna, Congctlcns and DR. tastBWAVS PILLS JorUVSPri'SJ order4tho'-:B.llou-nK5, Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 tTt-rImpurity, and enrcs Scrofula. a't nhjum. Bolls. Plmpltn, all Humors. Dyfncpsis. B r lousness, Slclt Headath, Indlgettlon. General Catarrh. Rhenmo'tsm, Kidney and Liver Com plaint. It overcomes thai extreme tttd fccllnf. and buUd: c? the systero. V tx. riits, Ilua r the best biool purlfltr before the public. It iraul-catt- s DR. RADIVAY ', t A'rlcc xa ccul. ciCO.2 Warren Street, H. Y. -- for t! - euro of al Tie dis.or''pJtloi, a .c . Tj S5i lf!Sk S- - EKt 5 Hti i' THE WAY OF IT. Great Mmiy Fraudulent Assignment Arn Cmitpil. Grocer Chase lived in u little hous at the rejr oi his store, and was interrupted one How u 'lla S Hood's jlt into it. "One rural rooster from Pittsburgh fdiowcd bib contempt for the blamed stuff by waxhing his hands in it. I may bo rough and uncouth in my frtyle, but I hope pany." I will never lower mvbelf like Boston Globe. metenpiralleled success at home. Such ha b- popularity In Lowell. Mau. ttIictu It It madf.that whole nt!ghborh.xxJs are taSlcg It at the tuns. The tame wonderful pueefsl the country. It positive-meri- t, makes new friends dally Sold by all drusKlsts. tl; six for Freparcd by C I. HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries Lowell. Mais. Sarsaparilla i j im eitcnd-lDSallov- 233?t. IX. SONS, Specialists for Eleyen Yoaro Past, Have treated Dttp-- t aad Its ctttt! cations with th ; I3C. cSs ToeATcn rr tc-.- r , en-tlr- that in com- ti 100 Poses One Dollar JMC- - "VtT. Wayne, Da Fa$e Co., Tllinoli, DUJJHAM I " pos-sible.- morning to-da- lat U6uilly opened the storp. "We were robbed last night, Mr. Cbnte' We were robbed!" "Robbed' robbed! you don't mean it?" "Yes, I do. Somebody entered the 6tore night by the front door, nnd took every cent there was in the till." at breakfast by the clerk who Hitting the Ilurher. There is a colored barber in Austin who can talk us much ns three ordinaty barbers. "Just hold up, will you, for moment," said Hostettcr McGinnis, who was in the opeiating chair. "Yes, sah, I take pleasure, tih, "Well, now just keep quiet long enough for me to ask you a question, only one little question." "Ye, gali, it will afford me pleasure, sab, " de greattsi pleasure in de world, sah "I want vou to bhave me aitcrlnm dead. Will you do if" MAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Perehcron ITorcre valued at 8,500,000, vhlch ladnJta about 70 VTlime PER CENT OF ALL HORSES purity of blood is erth!lhed bv pedlprees Id tnePtreheren Stud.Bock oTFrance, the only 6tud I'ok ever publuhed In that country, in" EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. &jr 4 law U. v- - iV STOCK ON HAKD: remedies. tymp'otns of Crvp.y la euro patlcntv i renounced btpclets by the btsj of physician. i rom the first dose the symptoms rapidly disappear, and In ten days at least of all symptoms ara remoed. home may cry humbui? without knonlstranrthlmf about It. Heuiembvr, It dovs nut cost you anything Id realize the merit of our treatment for yoiirelf. Its tea da) a tho dimculty of brealhlci; 1 relieved, th pulse nzular. the urlnarv ortrjas made to dlscharcn their full duty, sleep Is restored, the welllcc all o ceariy pon.-- , iajMrvniniacxcascu.auaappeuiemaa r. earoconMantlycurlEscasfs of loosrstand-luicases th't hivebeeutappc ft number of timet, and the patient Cellared unable to lit c a wee. Git a ame sex, how lonjr afflicted, full Mtory of cue. ho w Iwdly urollcn and waere; ere bo wrl costive, hav a Irtrs bunted and Urlpr-owater. Send for free pamphlet, containing tct'monlals. question v etc Ten day. treatment furnlhcU free lV maLL ely cured. j;illepy (llt) If you order trtUseml in cents In stamps tops two-third- s ni)t v.onderfuls.nccss.U3. all Rem-- c harn: t e'pht totweaty day. iil(h e. W "V. . lBHiri(dErdSarts Imporffd Stallions, Old enough for Service, X4tO II..V.1 OKF.KX SO.NH, M. II. .Tunes Avenue, Atlanta, t !.. Gsw ' 200 EPITHELIOMA! OR SKIN CANCER For seven years I sufferedwlth a cancer oa my fsc Elcht months ago a friend recommeiidcd the use ct Fulft's ipeciae. and I determined to make an effort to procure It. In this I was succ.wful, and began Its) os-- . The InCucnce cf the medicine at f!r was tri somewhat cravatc the sore t but soon the InCamma-tlo- n waa:i3jed,and I be pan tolmproeafte-tli- e Br few bottk !. ily cencralhcaltU has Rrcatly Improved. 1 am ft runner, aad am able to do any klnduf work. The cancer oi mv face befran to decrease and tha ulcer to Leal, until there I' not a vestige of It left only a little scar marks the place. 21ns. JUicis A-- ilcDoxaxp. i Atlanta. Ga,Auut II. ISSi. on Blood and Skin Ileases ma'led free Treatttc The Swirr bpjtcmo Co-- Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga. N. . 1J W. 23d blrect. want to be buried alive. I want to b euro that I am dad before I am buried." Texw Stllwgg. "Yon "I will, boss " ee I don't A Jt lroes Ancient Lepil CURIOUS CASE. ComluMdy tli Truth of Two Maxim-.- . c - strangling her baby, and at the preliminary examination she confessed her crime. At tho trial medical evidence wag heard, and the doctor told the jndge he did not believe the woman wa the culprit. The linger marks were fresh oif Ihe victim's throat when he made his examination, and the marks were singular. He CMiminod the woman's hands and found her lingers long, slender but the marks were of and stumpy, hand, a and one of tho and first was abnocx finircrs tho bhort. Q.n this the prisoner b into tear i, said Mie was fond of child, had not destroyed it and mentio i ed in her excitement the real culprit, lie was a man of better class of life, with whom she had lived us domestic servanL His arrest followed, and the doctor pointed out that the prisoner's hands were formed as he had described, and, more over, that the firt finger was with out a nail and almost deficient of a joint. On this ovidenco tho jury convicted. The case is interesting first as showing what our own books also afford an illustration of that a prisoner, though innocent, may confess guilt and secondly that circumstantial evidence may be almost absolutely conclusive. Pall Mall Gazelle. well-shaped, The French papers w e been full of a case which junior members of the criminal bar would do well to take nnoto of. A woman was- put on her trial lor - John, how much money w&s there in the till lant night'" "Fourteen dollars and thirty cents." "John, go to the police oth'ce nt once, and enter the report on the records that I've been robbed of twelve hundred dollars, and that my family narrowly escaped being butchered. Meantime. I'll drop down to Lawyer Huckfoid's, und have him draw an assignment. I've been waiting lor this for gears'." "All right, sir!" (Exit.) "Mitrin, give me the fourteen dollars; s you may keep the rest." Tid-Dit- "Great heaven. I'm ruined' But stop! Trlrndly Tip. Bagley (confidentially to on the back platform) My good fellow, I wish you wouldn't try that A pick-pock- ar bv all ictIU. brrrtlrr thf.t. bfln.. .tfc hrr.l .ntm.t. m. JUlflifn ltf If f htP rwlttm-- u a.Ann. troorded. tbey should be valuid onlv as trrHdrs, I will wll all imported nock at crane rirlres whn Iracnot furnl.b tth the animal mm. rcdltrtve vcritinl by the criminal French eertlflote of IU number and record la Mud Book of France. tho e Calaleaoe sent free. Wan.llK. i 35 miles vest of CUeaTcco the Chicago &. Itv. kt. .oV. ray - 12B COLTS T jrars old younger. arnl samR7 STnt ell ssjamsoeaisp- - rtI . 100-par- lllu-traf- honh-Wester- n vi. Will You Try This? years I was a sufferer from catarrh of the bead and throat. By a of fewr application Ely's Cream Balm I received decided beoeBt was cured by one hot. I have used Ely's Cream Bahn fcrdrr ca Catairrh. For 20 CatarrH - ' I CURE VTaen 1 S'lghtly Overdrawn. Charmante, Mr. Malapropos (to Mi who is smiling and animated) You remind me oi an old French teacher of mine a change in Miss C.'s expression at thendjective) oh. not that you 're old, or (no-tirin- g Pick-pock- (in great trepidation) T,sir? look like her; not thnt, but Ahort-tinger- ed ,' w Mfs Clinimiuitc (again radinut) No? But how then? Mr. Malapropos Well, bhe used to bay, you know, Unit it was ao absurd for people to laugh in conversation, lor to laugh is nlivnys to distort one's face. Mifes Charmante And you consider thot Mr. Malapropos Oh, in. Why, I Bagley (soothingly) There, there don't apologiw. You've been trying to p.cK my pocket, and 1 think it my duty to tell you that the wallet you're fingering is filled with bills which I've been trying to collect for nix months, aud I don't believe you can do an better. Philadelphia. Oii. A Good-IIttni'irp- subject here). It has proved a cure. B. T. M. Trine, "Dn-repersona b.o come to lire tarrh (towhlchEatern art fend fahed is no reen for not bow receiving a once far a treatise and a Free Bottle of my lcfalltbi OXce. It remedy. 01?e Kiprna aad jv ddress Pr. B. U. BOOT. US fearl 8t New Tork. a Hue and then bare thsm return again. I mean aradl al nro. I hate tn) the diue cf UTS. EMLEFaY or FALLING SICK KSS a Uf long itndy. I warrant n remedy to euro tte worst cues Beeu"e others bavs cure, at say cure I u nut mean uercly to atop mem fee FITS! cu rt r. mmr.A HAY-FEV- ER Circular. ELI BKOTHER&,Drn;Biet.Owego,X.Y CoL A particle Is applied Into each nctril. Is agreeable t Use. PrtcMcenti.bvmaIloratDrucp;lt. 6endfm No Rope to Cut Oil Horses' Manes i Ti i.ii-m.- " itjii.'i'. eieoratea VM and BKIII1.K Combined. can nut tf supped by any horse. feam pie nailer to any pan oi the free, on receipt of Ml. Bold by all Saddlery, Hardware and Harness QSi&w Vvl Dealers. Special discount to thel r j Traae. libena lor i'rlre-i.in- . M . i ".i i.. A&Z ?m J atreete brave fl neartr tost nlaUfe. Taken to tbo hospital ssaive was instantly applied, sjeary's sjarooiiebs returned to work, his burns, and within week bruises asd sores all healed. Take Henry's only. A t the recant fire In Great Jones ALNMT sKIAXDBB TO DEATH. mm V C- - LtcurBors.Itocbester.N.Y An actsT Man r Woram In erery courtTtn tellourrocrti Sxlirrtll- Atknrad YDenira. Fktaat&jsatatkB auL. Canrsufllo? outfit FRRaU PutttulArm free DiAnOAra Silver-w&r- e Co. Botlcn. 2 d Girl. but you don't, you Mis Esmeralda Longcoffin is what might be called a chronic giggler. A few eveningb ngo at a concert she giggled incessantly, so much so that Gilhooly, who was her escort, was scandalized. "Excuse me for laughing te. he, he but te, he, he I have te, te, he, to to laugh, yon know te, he, he every time I eay anything foolish te, he, he." "No wonder you are always in a. good humor if you laugh whenever you say anything foolish," replied Gilhooly, getting up him up. THE INDIAN DOCTOR Consultation free. DrJ T.Lourer.Wekoka.lndlsnTcr. SSSK rwxlpto4oacta VarL. am "THREE LIHLE MAIDS FROM SCHOOL." H!JHa! ZLXOA5T ljfrZRIAL. bIZS MOtotTlE ot the abeve, which wo will seed o'tiAi is upoa ugwi izuiea &ia.ca. in siact v pay postage aaa pwunf. ivejcr iu u urj n-fCO, S4C.3 1st UiMdnir, ClLMEni UKADQ" Ha! Thaeraaobasled tsaa an Introductory to prtpara at great arpensa cini nut and going out to get something to brace Texas Pise's Bemedy for Catarrh Is tie Best, Easiest to Te, and Cheaps!. Sifting. LIST OF MSXAftaS iXWATB CORABIX B? rECMI good-bye- that's how I happened to speak of it. Harper's Daznr. know; A Revenue la so Sweet. Miss Augusta (oix years old, leady to go : out) Well, mamma dear, I suppose I am to give your love to Mrs. Han-eo- MEXICAN Also rood ')r Cold in tbe Head, Headacis.Hay Fever. Ac 50 cents. E m B A Young Man's Narrow Escape. (Kingston N. Y. Leader.) A week ago, a young miss, not a thou-san- d miles from Kingston City, received an offer of marriage from a suitor who did not stand high in the eyes of her father th,ifa e raaat-decei- Y The proposal was laid before the parent, who, without hesitation, offered his daughter an elegant sealskin sacque if she wouli return a negative reply to the young man's request. The second bid was accepted, and yesterday she appeared on the streets in the much covered sealskin. The young man has received many congratulations oa bin narrow escape from a dreadful fate. The hat of Dr. Richmond, of St. Joe, was found on the river bank th depot, but b dcrter is tiill aitiinf Is accordance with tho custom of the day, tbo Bitklisgtos Rolte is now running California Excursions from tho Missouri River in connection with the Denver & Ro Central and Southern Pacific Gran s connecting at Omaha and Pacific Junctiou with regular trains from Chicago, Peoria, St. Louis and other Eastern point. und cheap rate Excursions Both are run, leaving the Missouri River on tho following dates: First Class Feb. 3d and 17th, to Xos Angeles; March l$d, to San Francisco. Low Priced To all California emigrant points, on Wednesdays of every week until JunoUOth inclusive. Rail-roadfiVst-clas- s FOOLISH WOMAN. Mamma Certainly, my child. Now, don't Hook at Auetlon and Then make too long a calf. She Hny Gets Mad. Miss Augusta I shall stay just three On a train out oi Chicago the other day bourc, ma. You know the Inst time that woman who weighed hateful Sadie Hanson called she staid thnt was a middle-agelength of time, and I'm going to pay her pounds and sat alone in a back now. Chicago Tribune. two hundred teat, busy reading a book. The book d MUSTANG LINIMENT. wrmusFLisi. Rkajaaarufsnn, BaraasiBalBealslsj, fjirlf'IV- .IIZlJ'K'"WJKT jC DTKTS BEARD -- ELIXIR Jsr-?JSZ2. awsTSM s0 sMik. . . s... SreTT r 1. .... 1.11 i.U.wS. " - L.I OfO trrK I SLSmiia Xt Co.. Ptlaua, Ills. n.ES2NEWL-vwS.mcerVpayfn- 6PA5M1IJ, Sermteketj, i Satsm sud GaUltt SmtIb, Crstckaa Sill seemed to plett6e her. 8he looked fondly at Lovely woman is doubtless man's inferior in stieugth, but shebeatb in point 0I sighs.-A- T. ifjftraw. s h. burgh Fast walking-stick- Hurricanes. Chroiiiele-Ttfrgrap- ruu. 25c 25c. Pi CE'aToOTn.vcnEDKors cure In 1 minute, Olan Sulphur Soap eals and beautifies, -- a!. .'' v - Chang! N9ij-ofw raa tlsn'k" -- ? a 8e i her W'l itr 7" nr OjtRMAKCoiu RiMOVEHkaisConin f-- Bunion. i - the binding, turning the volume over and over, leaied it through, and looked at the bit her "nd a bit there, pictures, read finally eettled down to read i: through and from preface to finis. On her face was a look of eerene satisfaction, and occasional-jshe glanced commlseratingly at the other passengers, who had no nice books. But all of a sudden she jumped to her feet, looked wild in her eyes, gnashed her teeth together, and threw the" book kerslam to ,th- 3oor. "Vt rVa the matter with the book, ma'ami"' queried the brakeman, m h ricked tbw yohnns up nnd stood hesitating v - An Unforeseen Aeeldcnt. "Yef." eighed a recant widow, "wo nw very unfortunate. Poor John was out o! work for a long time, und when he obtained a good job he died." "What job did he get?" she waa asked. "He joined a circus and got twenty dol lars a week for putting his head In the lion's month twice a day. That's all he had to do. It seems bard he should have fltlsciutlBlte), 21 JPenslons and Increase: experienceaad years; laws. or no fee Write fordrcuiai A. TV. MtCOBMICK. & SOX. Clnclcnaa Ohio. Business UnilC STUDY. Book-keepin- !- -' rtersrellev. nUnlsWroms. tsitaautslBnitaea, BntslM c BUtekcsH CPwdsjsl MaMdea, LaHIewi 8ttfJteav SwUar. trataavBcraiaw KnfttoM, SttraFesjfk sjsjaansaaicMMsM!Tsjf7taiteri THK BEST OF ALL Screw WwmfJnhi Foot Bsrt, Def All Penmanthlp. Arltbrac'Je, tauKht bviasiL Circular free. Phort-hAC- d. rn, lis and lenro hereSituation co1 par. furnltbed. "Write VaiEjmTr Duos.. JanesvlUe, Wl. rrODASMV bUbVn MONTIL ea WMfi S'hllse unaartlcie'iciiieworia. Address JAY BKOSSOS.PtTEorr. MJCaV isauiiuc-iiji. Agents Wanted. mm AJt.K-- B on and cored wltbont tbe knife. treanent sent tree. Auaresa D .Aurora. KaaaCo-11- 1. died." "What did he die of?"' "The lion bit his head oif." T-- A". Y. Sua. . irt& - $t4 k J. . 1..... U t- - .. WM' TI HTMts iv i" au . -- it at' ..- -I f , ,r3ttrbnd..V. Isdwbn The widow's mlarht it never so full real ib 1 leokinK fo at coria! .Vtdi LINIMENTS - IngNlreeT Fine blooded la N. V. BOVER ctC, thf ep- hoes, poottrT. Wif h m I 'aft ffTftV 6 CO, CoatevlUe,rm. itioS l g tvHEN wRiTrso rm abvkrtxssmii ?r ..& 1 V. ... .. I--V -- i '"1?- i'I a.d rasrtf - YrJ; T; f. c sti&. ,. 'tr 3 lSjr ( V J KXii- - C -- r.3WJ "ft rMifr.. VjEjjJ ?Ky Xi JT.fc. u?KaBKrA:tB7 ' Xri.T-..- Kt "FS ij. ' - '-r.iJT- - ' n A - V3 Jo .j!- - -- w Jt I O -t-- z- 'H'rml t t.-rtDir- t .-- .. r I Its 1 t iv: &$ week I gave you the parFrankfurt, Ivy., ?A. !''f e n"J8H R.prtnl- K 2(5, l.SSti. ) Jan. ticulars of the murder of Ylliain 1, br a is uc I n.r,,',. i' time Shults and the lindiug of his body Couni Siiprriw I","' r tin urei low iu fores. J. . in a ravine near the toadside, Wrkmmt,' A'y. Dear Sir: Fresh Canned Good-- at Th Veckly Courier-hums- ! Itoor.Bs'. about one mile from here. Since With your letter came another on lniu,.'t.''r"','l7 i"rTP'r pi blub. J In the then the following persons have the same subject of "Questions," cr.ultu;;'-,'""ntentious convictions. "T -. 'iu?l"J n'i J''ty Ilnrllniennie, tbc Wntrh maker, ix Wo are authorize! to announce 0. L. been arrested and trii'd for the as required under See. 1, Art. 1. "" outrhi.""otU" leljraphlo hnenj fniuri now located in Moore & IandruinN drus An rnlorprUlniir, ttfllablc Iloao. HANDLE, of Fulton county, as a candi-dut- e W. M. (Hud) Killion, Will Common School bnvs. The Hoard cf ihl ,"' crime: Prr. ul it li tb. ..rTir--thi store. His skill and reliability ha- been u Dd or Circuit JuJce. Election in An la "l-nnMoore & Lindrnm can always be relied Killion, Dave Killion. James W. of Kducntion can luniish only one ,. .V2;.i ,'""'" ,,", ne tttht Kk from proien, ami he is locateil here j'ermaneutlv S23 l,7rnl . gu:t next. i to cirry in stock the best Jones, ami vwu Hampton. t,le Wcrld. It gut, to h rr., 5 Uon. not onlv tliru"1.0 !'r .Jones set of question nnnii.tlli. . the I, to ala ninke good bis (iroiiiiei. , of everything, but to secure the ,i..mnfnn - hr,,,!,..,. .; i.,,v Z ... 1 ho iimloiin. and miiNt i" v.rit.rr?. Slwl' ty prmilMut u.l pojuUr COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. for u Ii articles FOR nniM Jiave wen knonn merit, V. , . milter. ba. " of ClitrllitXittiie, the '"h V"C1 S"3 f -If I ot t Klllious. i he general opin-- , used at t,c s;lll. ti,m,, jo prevent Her? "' ",1,wt Ui U'J1 r'B!lt:C' m.giHoe..1 established a reputation Watctikil fill worka a Wc re Jinllinrized to announce CIIAS. nnd are popular with th people, thereby ' man pecniiil to no one in hi liue, and bu II.TITIUAS, o( McCracken county, as a Hustainita; the reputation of being itlwiys ion IS that W. M. Killion is alone .my possible tiansfcr of uy eop ly Courier-Journhat T dreiU for whom he h:i done work will fersS to the office of enterprising, ami ever reiiatiJe. ilavinj; responsioieioriue crime iorwnicn, t0 ay other county candidate for Such ques-hcwspaper In America. hi reliability. Call at Moore & Common weaUh'u Attorney for thi Judicial M'cun'd ihe Aeency lor the celebrate'! lr. ami the otheis have been ar-- ' tionsVill be funiUhed next June, Persons in need of Heavy Roots, Blankets, Heavy Clothing, Flannel it i Kins"- New Dicocry for Consumption, nd District. E.eeutn in August, lfSG. rested and that the others tire in- -' before th. cloc of the sehool throotoutr.no:.-.l?- lUltM liy tirm 1. pfipl Landruai's. J will sell it on a jwitiTe K'tHrntce. It MHlra to cx!0.. will find it to their interest to call at I will surely euro any and every auction of nocent, but that some of them vear. wbioiuill "ive an onportu- por county Judge. frt Tl Wnioh m tker, UtirlingtnieHud loca i. ;.C"Jt ,n '" at onua- .. . i lion . ThroAl, Luiirs, and Chest, and to nKow our knew that the killing had ben i.itv to nil mn.ils who shall have i..t. if lie ted pT'iianently in liickiuan; 01 tu , . ,.... , ,.-- , 1,.., 1. ii,.,, We ar authoriiel to announce J. confidence we invite you to call and gel a done before the boy was found. completed the common Hchool lA, t'.0rJ It 'ih""! It it prrat .pportcmn axe- your w.iteh, i nlw.ivi at home to JiAYLOH, a? a candidate for the office of Trial Uottle Free. The reasons for the suspicion course for ihe pu-eprove ihf reli bility of hiJ work. school County Judge of Faltoa county. Election vrltbout it in of W. M. Killion are thete: Some ear. You will, of coarse appr- - l F3REEtbnr bouin. in August next. Ono way to build up Ihe in- two months' ago K., who is a Jar Having bought very extensively in the fall, we have a few of ttio.& IltK'klfii'n Aniirit Suite. PREiVIltliVlS. of l'nJ"'" ua'ate .the le.iuiiements of the law J uwfcl im.iumt tf . . a city is for its business iner. had Shults working for world for Cuts, goods to close out at greatly reduced prices. terests of ' The We therefore solicit your ty ntuficmlfni) fstiirit,,"irt of a rvqurtt toforumlt mbttrib-f.- '' Bruiw. IiEsrhiivK in the llheum. Fever circuit couur clerk. Sores Uleef", Silt " men to do their buying so far a found Shults too intimate with securing uii'iormitv as to the time ti.ta, e f,i,a inspection ocioic uuying eisew litre. kIy Wc are auUorized to announce T. M. possible in the homo market. If and character of the examination. Vt ehsrcoiimj.lec..ry of Soi 'h, Tetter Cliapel llnnd", Chilblain. ana cur iifplfriH-titVerv rcspectftillv, his wife and violating the chastity . Corns, and all Skm Eruption and fiosi 1'flENCH, a full candidate for re election to ntlf .... t.. ,.r I'rruiidini, 1 j iu) aajr. n.elviur Ver;. respectfully, u'tui tively cures' I'll"!1, or no pny It the office of Circuit Ccurt Clerk of Fulton merchants go to other cities to of his home. Hi.-- lirt thought j 13. IMi'icwrr, BT7BSCKIPTIOJ7 TUSilS. J. i guaranteed to ;ive jrfi-c- t buy wares and merchandise that was to do violence to the boy. 3tifaclion, county. Klectiun in August, ISStj. It, ouv J'r, m, lujirj fr.e rr- Cfi- ?;'. I'ultlir ii'rm tt in, com-plaior money rtMUinUM. ia rioe j. cent pr M are made here they cannot but upon the second thought he Ikjx lclut f tiw rnidvitr. i. iiiivul will be he'd ax LANDKU.M8 Tho examination forSaloatMOOnHii COUXXX COURT CLERK. . if their neighbors go to told him that if he would go invnj . 10 i.ii, 4 on some Satur tf. the court-honsns umi, i'iw i'.hsj Ttiuf ui . Wfliira authorized to aanounce W P other localities to purchasegoods. and neer speak to him. nor of aiAT2-;to We onee-4teaTAYLUtt, as candidate for u Hudcumti me- him. that he would not hurt him. day in June, due notice of which ene ct our tree p emlum. te!icte by him. ono rr 10 00 will be given. the office of County Court Clerk of Fulton chanic pay that he threw leii'thons-au- d Diilj, xcpt MinJi '. , ui tn..ntbi .. . 6 (A) Daily, .rircrrt buitrt LETTElt. This Shults promised to do, but county. Election tn August, 1SSG. J. IT. fsAUNDERS. tC I'ltflr, (xpi unIl) ), on uooth ..... dollars worth of a trade from on one or two occa.sions has been Lcller are sent toaay poat.ofiice in the . .. . SunJay.on jftr ... I'dO . ......!., . . fc..f one UlUKIIiail inercuauu iuamuin . , . 1,Pii1illiri,nil firmoil Willi 1 CO Scnilij.nx tuutitbt United State at two cents each on nee; FOR SHERIFF. cnrilnyr B.S'o trTrilnR ;ent one, onlv in retaliation tor this .. biecch-loadini- r 1....1 Mondvy, the 22. id install, is CouiurJournil, but k' rl"lt-i-l- i by the drop letters one cent. Under thi hea'l fdiotirun : he uantrd We w autborixed to announce W. A. spirit anything wholly or partly written. It cuts both ways. fjr it ia trrrr community, to vlicra a liUrml also met Killion in the road and Washington's blith Jay. SHUCK., aj a candidal fur to NKtlVl'AIT.BS. If tbc I cuntr- coamiMiuo it llowi-:! ! I local t'nt in joar the office of Sheriif "of Fulton count. spoken to him. This in connecJournal tVonderful Curei, , Newspapers, periodica I., excluMvely in to ui fur our Arnt'i Coniin; irtd Election in August'tiext. W. D Hoy & fo., Whole'c ami Retail tion with the fact that he was All nOUSEHOLD HELPS. Outfit, ulilch e n. frre of rhrpo print, mailed by publinhcifl, oi.e cent a ' fur outfiti, tanipla orJfr., Prng5sts of Home, Ga bay: We luve helling nut ins property picpuin-- j pound. LoaJJru.i'J to FOR JAILER. been sHinp Dr. King' New tory to leaving the connm M11- - Sttngs and Bites. Carbonate of soda, lojun, kit., ibouU W. HALDEMAH, hooks, Jetc. V. Tilt C(Mr!t r Uitterg and Hucklen's Arnica bUtnctciil grounds tor H.s wet and applied externally to tho bite of We are authorized to announce THOS. Electric Jut Jncnil Cs , . Books, circular, and oilier matter wholHave never lundvd uislted for two year LOUISVILLE, KY. V. WALLACE, iu a ctmlid.te fur re elec- Sale The others wcie nirttci' a spider, or any venomous creature, will for each two ounce ly in print, one eU as wrll, or give Mich iMTCbt. neutndize the poisonous effect almost intion to the office of Jailer of Fulton coun- remedies that on the charge ol being aciompi-ceor fraction thereof. satisfaction There have lieen uniT-a- l stantly. It acts like a charm iu tho caao ty. Election in August next. MFBCHANIUn. to, or Inning some knowledge of snuke-bitiiome wonderful cures effected by thM of of the murder. Thir eaiiiinii g everal ca-- e We are authorized toannounceGEORGE medicines in this city. All other matter, merchandise. Ac., one Ccue Colds. To make a candied L CAUPENl'Klt, as a candidate for the pronounced Consumption hive been entire cent an ounce or fraction thereof. trial was held last Thnisday and lemon orfor jieppennint for colds, Ixnl one office cf Jailer of Fulton county. Elec- cured by u.e of a few bottle of Dr. KiiiK'-NeFulton f'lrrtill miirt. Friday before Esquires Xicho's. nnd a lin1!' iouiids of bugar in a half pint Diseoerv, tnken in conrection wnh tion in August next. and Caldwell. of water till it bepins to eaudv around ' R. M. Bolinger nn.1 llattio Bolinsf r, We guarantee them (larrison, Jones, Electric I5itter9. on Hon. Uice A. Tierce acted for the the sides ; put ill eight drops of e.ssenco; alwava. 25cts Lower iliac the Lowes Petition l!ipart. put it upon buttered paper aud cut with COUNTY ASSESSOR. FOE Sold bv Miore & Lundrnni. defence, and W. II. Swiggait tor " Be it have no clerS expnss? no siore reii To all wh'ini it mny anncer" We are authorised to announce W, B. the prosecution. Intense excite- a knife. nnd pay cnh tor .ill rny Groceries, and noon Ihtt on llie !ml 'liv or for the oSci of Ticks. Immediately after Bhearinfr. GORE, as a Last Thursday when the edu- ment pievailed throughout the fill in ho ticks leave the sheep for the longer lSC, the abote nuled petitioner county, herefore can sell us cheap as the cheni WEEKRECAS I BUY A UIT.tl5l,K i'ItEb'E?FT AS ITS of Fulton countr. Election in Au cated show dogs wero out in pro- trial, anil about fifty win. esses of thi lie I'irciiil Clerk'-i.HiSt. Uot brauJs of Witlenbere and Lor. KEAlfi VAI.BJK? cession on the street a citizen's tes'ified. The. result ol the trial wool of the lambs. The lambs thus 'heir pmtion pruvine ll""-- t the .i I I t l.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the loa infested should Iks dipped in a decoe-frantically was the sending of W. M. Killioi b ailjii'lz''! .ferae ole wilh JOHN WI1TIXO tiste rushed on to them Before deciding tliis question we invite you to tion of tobacco stems, m liieli will destroy He Bolitieer : n li e ou uuti- for for a tight, liercely seizing one b to jail to awail the March term o the ticks. Several special dips are in oner to ue. enjoy, ell nnd convey my ful aud varied stock. The Valentine folly will soon 1'orttiunjf llKrn.ory, A 4'ii(tiiilit her own lionc'it, :ey property she the throat. The educated dog the ("in uit Couit at Union City. the market. be on us again. n or arquir- - free from ih" el(iin or Capt Coleman, pch. Weyuioiith. plying simply shook him oti and wont Jones and Ilnmp.on were em h Siiiup of Gum Anuuc. Melt two e iro of her hitbn'l, o make eonlrrt. between Atlantic City nnd N. Y., had bven doprocession. released on a $1,000 bond for their ounces of gum nrabie in two ouuees of le nnd he ueil. to pleixl mid be inplH.l-I- . iroultled with a cou;h ko that he wn una Our merchants have been orderly along in the ing a good business, and t.till tho The fisle renewed the attack "phv appeaiiiire at court. Will antt water, then add a pint of water, half lo 'U"iuire. to h"l.l. to enjov, to di-- i hie to leep, and wa ind'Ted to try Dr T t 1 t e of. nnd in every way lo ue ihe line cry of hard times is heard. ii KingV New for Con"iiinptiii. at new store, r uqua fv Tk agely funeral times, but finally Dave Killion wrre turned Ioom- a j)ouiid of sugar, and lxil for a short uejtows oiti stand, tlias an .1IUJCSS vi iotv nf ' . time ; withdraw tho mixture and strain, i iKotifb he Kfte an iinmitrrid nonniti. It not only irave huii intant relief, but at . . 11 TJ - r i i .. , ..!. aim I.'' tucked his tail and dipped hark us thej succeeded iu ertabiisliii. j apoicrien oi an jiious raucy oiaiiuin-ij"f The telephone line between and lillish, JJeus nliott Uiiil the extreme .Norene I hi breat of oiauge-6onthen add a iib ler my hind i C'erk men, i, Lap Tablets, Albums, Curd Oatcs, Cards, &L &c.' Dresden and Union City has been home. How many educatedauger, an alibi. wafer. ''ireuit Court, thit, Fehrniry :i. HR. ill children were n'nil.ir y affected mid a Pencils, when assailed by ignorant T. M. FUCNCH, Clerk. So ends the second chapter of Citocr Pueventtve. First get a piece einyledoMjIud thesnme happy effect. l)r. and Toys in endless variety. taken out because it didn't pay, could exhibit the orderly magnaKinjVNew Diocmery i now the A'audard :reatc.--t tragedy ever known of chamois skin, inako it like a little bib, Beautify your home, by buying some of nimity illustrated by these educa- the remeily in the Coleman houehold and on in this part of the countrv. cut tho neck and iew on tncs to tie it Special IVollci'. that Ioely rurmtureof lioaVJ the schooner. Free Trial Bottles or on ; then melt together some tallow and ted dogs ! R. indebted to the firm of Bon- Stetuens & Maxwell. All ' puie tar ; rub fome of tins in tho cha- - durant s Drewry, will please come forward this St nndar Remedy at Moore & Drugstore. Capt. Jeff IJogers, of the We note with pleasure, that at an earlv day, and mate .etilement. From outside information, it tune, Heiiew ntli tlio tar oceaMoaHickman Lumber and MaMifae-turin- g the Grand Sale Alexander o Max- pears that pnbhc feeling .in Obion v,.' Ouice at E. Colli iw ilru store Alexaudtr Inlpreatlnc: .xperlcnccn. jjv Company, leaves Suuday, V Mtxnell'so'd stand. well have inaugurated, by offering county is x ei.v atioi.g ami excitt d Hiram Cameron, Furniture I'calcr of oalc BON'DUK.WTk DBEWRY. some rice. on a business trip of several Columbus, (ia., telli hi experience thus: their Clothing, Overcoats and against Jxillion, and those ui der then boil it in milk. Yhen done add Hickraivn, Kv., Feb 12, I Sao. weeks thiough the Northwest. "For three years have tried every remedy gar, tlie grated rind of a lemon, three Heavy Boot.-- at Cost, has met vith arrest as accomplices. Many gt od on the miokrt for vto'n.ich and Kidney Uuele Kolaud, who half-soleyelkb of eggs ; form into croquette aud citizens believe and tlat Parties success. Disorder but got no relief, until I ued The lard must bo boiling, a pair of shoes for a dollar and unparallelled would do well to Killion killed Shulis not on e- HOUSE FOR Klecine Bitters Tok liv bottle and am GOOD DWELLING needing goods FS MUlicicnt to cover tlie cnxpiette. received in payment, two half dol- patronize them. count of improper relations with JM now cured, anil thiuk Eleetrio Hitters the SALE, some pow- ien tlonc "Pnuon-er- i lar pieces, one of which was counBlood Purifier in the world ' Maj'or his wife, but because a oung Shulis -- o WitlJL nvenietice-- . Also, a1 claims Bet B. Keel, of Wet Liberty, Ky., says A. terfeit, says he was half sold himwas seeking to collect a debt for To Roust a The "oldest inhabitants Calf's Lrvxn. Vnsh di. J. W. Cormaii A Co 'Nothinii lem ever djneJme po much. good wrt'Toa frfim liim. SJInilrc ' inu' self. Exchange. vrijo ttry cut a long7 asKiectric Bi Her , 'Sold affifty ceiitiT? """ noy anout "T" and !it ." thoroughly in and sido ; stuff ;with crumbs, i headed off this time, and uouurcan young V ."" li, is deep hole the Call at the lowest priced Furniture house remember a deeper enow tliau T. B. McMAHAX. bottle by Moore & Laudrum. ttee"Wii CustomcreftojLuy'thc remainder of our Fall and Winter stock of w' 1)3' reason chopped salt and jnip-pin America.and buyyoun-el- t rich. that of Tuesday. On a dead lev! thought in some by ami the of the bacon and onions of butter ; and one egg ; Stephens ?c Maxwell. to taste ; bit age oi disparity his age it was over two feet. Travel Killion's wife, together tharhe was incapa- sow oriutiotho oven, the liver : lard it over.; ' Mr. K. Y. McCousiell, Jordan impossiy vehicles was utterly bantuig frequently ble of being the seducer. It is bake Ky., purchased Cerogoida, a line ble, railroad trains suspended, servo with cravy aud currant iellv. Ml two-yea- r old Jack from Jo. D. business of every kind blocked, thought also that the other parTins lierlui fashl'OTvro ties were accessories before and ion: Take iSvLAD. potatoes,is not too largo Martin, of Gallatin, on the 2oth and even pedestrians experienced your inst. The price puid was $G7f. the utmost difficulty in getting after the fact, and that evidence ones, and boil them ; potatoes that aro mealy are not good ; lieu cold, cut in ife also purchased from the same from one house to another. Such will finally make this appear. slices auu jour tlie oil on tliem, una let man u pair of Hue berkshire pigs. a snow was never seen before anil them staud a little while ; slice a third of a a, 851.1 2f) U. C. Advance. ISti:iicf 1 Cise J2;i7t. probably will not be again for a an onion as fine as possible, and ono ap Ioht of the readers oft t!t lyCLjL.L Courier have beard ere thisthe sail intelligence of the death ot Fredt country LirJ, at Judge A. It. Boone, who died at Roger?'. his home, in MniJield, Wednesday 2 ice Sausage, at of last week, after a brief illness Roanas'. of oiie week. We regarded him as one of the purest, most upLye Hominy, at right, and mont conscientious Rogers'. :neu we ever knew in public; life, lie was not a man of special brilliancy, but of fine judgment, ANNOUNCEMENTS. good cultivation, self-madand one of thorough integrity and coFOH!ClttCUIT judgi:. ,-yr NEWS. IJE niLbiNtr AhRSSTOF TlIK UJ? dnbLla th- Full Particular ot ilim CU.TY (M. 1 Peotemus, Tens., Mr. Itst Editor : Feb. 1, 1680.) wish to have pupils exam.netl for diplomas. I have wtitten to the State Supciiiitcndciit for blank and presenbeil questions. Vne following is his reply which explains itself: 5CIi',n itui'i.' Since a number of our teachers wiimBiOil JfcSfc TflH C00RIER-J00RHA- L LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE It ACI.1M isse ISSUES. or and the spirit cfiratlniial Btrife. ltorfjC?Urr""J"lrnI " WATrrit.n EJ. u tM.ir ?i onopollt,, iOUharchlsm, k' o L.ocntloii. Cliuii-John Nichols, Hickman' favorite barharlier ihop trout the ber, Im moved nrnra in the Laclede lloue, pwt twod'ors int- the Jud;e Lnu'lrum I louer fitted, lli .ir.ince olhce td. aud a jm.i he i hi ".i tirall. inanj new. ciMoiikt. 'temember, only ttco Jwn btluw h'- janS-o- t ihoj. t bi-- i -- dn. - ile-'i- f '':' , "h-'ji gg&S! S4 &b if&x i.i jz ?2JZ iZ K i! d - tr a J '-- jm-ilil- e 'i ?wsa e, ilEilii HJi IN 1 '- a5 I .a a-- sb y t Asje-'e- , "-- 'r . -- e al evi-der.- - U i '"" 't , i- - nr 'i . 1 Cmrl-r-J"ln- ul I i l'ri-nnu- , . t J n 11 I .1 o, - , ... m . 1 1 1 ro& 1,i?'C5 fe nl roNiiuE 4'fa ? 1 J 1 ' Mil. s e. w Groceries. 1 can-IHat- As-pe.- or ' re -- j j " MES. JENNIE . i- G-ABDN- Ei - A y T 1 table-spoonf- ul er Port-folio- iKT-o- ns 1 Lan-drum- 's CROQrE-ES.-S- d m-se- rt L FPTFS i IJI 1 pwgt?a$i er 1 I INSURANCE. A msi, ; m am, ma, k, mm. v : I' n goeawaypleaed at'd happy. STtritENis & Maxwell. Tho Hickman Courier is 20 y oars old, ami with the exception o f about two years has always priaes, and We can sell you Furniture cheaper aay firm ever offered it before in Hickman. livery customer is surprised at our low than century in this section. Fmm l'rir.ft-tii- n lannor.l under the ownership and c ontrol of its present editor; but, about the time it begins to boast of age, hero conies the Western Citizen, published at Paris, Ky., which has braved the blizzards of 79 winters. All parties indebted to us, must como forward and settle b eea up. wc ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. Two Children's Suicide. One million dollar leak has Tlios. Croivl, of Beaver county, Pa. , waa been found in the management of win in spite of "thunder."' Notice in discharged with his regiment from tho the Signal Service. This is not Throuzh the urbanity of Capt. W. A. United States service at tho close of tho much to be sure, but it is only an Shuck, I have secured your forty per cent, wnr, iu ISOo. Ho had served The struggle of iich men to in the army, and participatedthree years inklingof what the Democrats are and am now redv to pay it out in most of J, II. 8AUXDEK5, Co. Supt. fasten profligate sons on to govern- tlie great battles, escaping without n doing. When Cleveland gets a wound. Wide on the railroad ou tho ment positions has at last inc through rehauling sill the GovernThe Elizabcthtown News says check. Two of the hi!i steppers. wav home a collision occurred. Je waa cry of rement departments, the greatly trenchment and reform will be tbpre arp nrit. tlnee Jniio-i.- in the nresnminir too papa s - on the killed. He left a wife and tio .smidl "" subsequently do not , omnipotence oi ioc worth many millions to the people. State of Kentucky whof.n,Mii.tmnnr Imrrs li.it-r- Imnii loil tn tho nuitireii..Tared llhnms. The stepfather mamcd : .. i. i i. :.i. ";." "-. uu iwtu .. "ri.. .; l Threo . nas abusive to the children. There ia no excuse, for rich or poor, to ait. til.... '" "'" i'. r '". years ago one of them, a girl 1G years Having purchased the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker' Good, from the roati passes m tneir pocweis am deny themselves the comforts and luxuries try (l cases in which tho railroad, creditable manner, some of eu ., t t of doors bv him. of medium or tine Furniture, at the prices Me of the late E T. Gardner, Mr after lieing beaten. She drowned which Stephens & Maxwell are oil'eriuj; it that gave them the passes is the past private transactions'. in a stream near by. The other is Warren Green and Mr. l?eeclc Wonder, if Masters Warner Brevard and defendant. any rate, nearly this tho" will not be confirmed unless broad child was a son, named Peter. He was all true! At lLarry Basset were out hunting on cases in Kentucky courts arc de- daylight shall show them eiCiiely w) badly treated by his stepfather that obtained a situation. Saturday last. Young Basset in cided against tho railroads." clear .of certain charges filed in he quit home and his persecution of tint luiTe to offer to the trade thee good, at prices which no other house Williams carried .. :..i the upon a covey of birds, aciiriti .. the Senate. '&lTycir o. ". reeular. . can meet. The etocK i is very compile, am. c.iod "r" boy to his place of employment. Xot . p P.riuv! wialitne In cidentally eehot young Brevard, ' It is reported that the prestr ltifimi. ift.,, : n ap ur ...vr .1..- - !...,., .i.u,,.i,a mill Kiruu ..3 long ngo ho succeeded in having Peter to one shot taking effect in the fore- ent immense snow and cold spell ny Frneo. Medium rurniture. will certainly neglect their own interests if thei latl The boy rei The bill before the Legislature discharged from his place. mother good-be our Ktork. ive not only ehow tlie most aniuc ami laiesi uesigi-rhead aud inflicting an ugly and will result iu the death of aiu imturned home aud bade liis mnkiiig gambling aud keepiiif a wound. It was thought mense number of cattle serious Tho next mcruiug ho was found ITT for a time that the wound might section. Most farmers aieinhis- gambling house a felony i.sgonci al- dead in a barn, h:dt a milo away. Ho ffi nrovi- ly AM N by the people and had shot himself through the heart. approved prove fatal, but it is uow thought ded with insufficient shelter,, aud. g,,,,,',;, bppnni0' yevt' to ft law that it will uot. many tio shelter at all, aud besides whisky, gambling is the greatest Ax agncultural paper has an articleawert that on agret many article, our price money We can it has been next to impossible. for curse we have. The proposed act oni "Washed and Unwashed Butter." considerable price differ lv 50 truthfully We ran actually sell you Roods at wholesale YOU CAN BOY nd former eent. ier many fanners to get back nnd would do much demand the iimuceiueiiiis Mian a..j . ...... suppres- It says thatshall markets nowfresh and rice, and tlieu have a profit, ami tlit is more propose o ike Hickman headquarters "Mens Arctic Overshoes at $1.25 forth to feed their cattle. v not only bo that 'butter in West Tennee or Kentucky, ran ofler. We n u sing the evil. " 1.00 " Ladies rosy, but bo properly worked and f..rLOW PKICEUFUHNIl'UKE. We cordially invite an inspection. " " 85 washed. A xoaud of butter that comes Patties comhift in t niKht for Undertaker'- - Goods, will find J.T. Stephen, or Jas. Misses England's extremity is Russia's Tnn into market without having its faco Darnell, at Montgomery Houe. " " 05 movement Cliildreiis is uot very washed Prom the lowest price house in opportunity. While English states- seems to be proceeding in Califor- ,invit:ug, and its hair combed iVbmsfotcn & that's a tact. men ure directing their attention nia with less violonee, but more Herald. ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. almost entirely to tho Irish ques- system. Firms who refuse to distion, Russia is attending strictly employes rjA.snrrjii lover (to his belle): " "Would A shooting affair occurred at to her business iu Asia. It is a miss their coolie many partsare that had three kilograms of dynamite!" I of boycotted, and in Moscow, Tuesday, iu which a Mr. significant fact that there have QOS5 Celes- Belle: "Why, monsieur?'.' Bashful State the almond-eyeStunsou shot a man by the name been forwarded 16,000 Russian the tial has become conspicuous by lover : " To break the ico between us." of Harper, iu the arm with a shot- troops into Asia Minor, ami of gun, shattering the arm very bad- 1,000 more toward Afghanistan his absence. When atfoman wants to pay her om ly. The diificulty, it is said, is the along the lino of the new military pennies she begins by fill, old grudge. Report railroad from the Caspian sea to Mulhattaii Again at Large. nibna fare inwith button hooks, broken result of au inghcr lap lias it that Harper had drawn, or Askabad and Merv. If En gland and OP CIIIUSTMAS GbODS, BIG STOCK A dispatch from Austin Texas? jewelry, recipes, bits of ribbon,finds sevwas iu the act of drawing a knife were not too much occupied with eral other things. Then she eho throws Dis when Stunsou stepped in the homo affairs, she would have Bade afternooiidust thnsly: ck "Tnesday has only four in her pocket-boonear 4 o'ciot from out appointed, she bunts for a ragged bill house, got his gun, and shot hiui. sowe remark concerning thiMtate . jLL KINDS OF LAJJPS, . Klinirpi . ! . i of Jt dear sky ............. nt vprv uiu kiuvb ui. uic mini i. iier 'j On Tuesday morning of last of affairs long before now,, but II0 (iust began falling. There fare as if the fault were week, J. M. Chandler, a freight mui iuc iiidu uii uer nauiir sue irag n0 vviiid at the time. The Courier. BOORS AND STATIONERY. conductor on the Mobile and Ohio has no time to waste in watching ower increased toward night- complications. "Rk&aia f..n ,..i through half "Wheti 0 girl gets mad and rises from railroad, while passing over his Asian ffirirptK'' . .. . . . . '. . tn maka !. AGENTS FOE THE exenauce. " but fellow fell to tho track between two HAVAr -t.-- " train night. The dust mui a peculiar Mitiilra s Knee, says anrrra lofL- orroin nf it rr. -opportunities, auds mch the rr- - -7 ars and was horribly, mangled, of her may , n " anil rrrr ,, JET ,tt upon tlie lungs anu throat, r effect not come sooa. V rl L 1 Ki .Yi: being almost crushed beyond re- another Ir1!? teausiiiL' iritation nnd hoarseness " a ""l-"w v", k :. - .. "" :...:i "t?.v "IO "'""J cognition. He Jived in Jackson, some liisuinccB. n. Biiiiiiiii happens to witness this "relapso." itis ar? A. jo mails luesihiy,ilniT vibei- - ill Teun., where he leaves a family. iilicnoineuoii was witnessed hero generally followed by a "collapse." A to attend night call. The Owensboro Inquirer CO- 1"Stive 'ot," cedes to Judge I'enuctt. in the Br coming up and settlins; vour accounts nice for A ppellate J udg. the P'tr with us, or eUj vou will be required to chase counties, which, it says, settle with an oilieer. " es S3 votes. It also concedes PLAUT BROS. & CO. to him Hopkins and Webs ci 31 Wo congratulate Hickman ino e votes, making a total of 17 business iu the acquirdtion of a new otes in convention. Theie an and substantial business house, 21.1 vote? in the di.strict. ai.tl Jo tha of Mr. 0. 13. Kingman, who is will nominate. With !)7 to start opening a new hardware, tinware, on, and only 11 to :iin. i seems farm implement and seed store that Henderson, Union, Muhlenlie is a young, live, active, enter- berg, not to hay Christian, will prising business man, and we wish give lieunett more than 11 otes. liim abundant success. Ho has Henderson alone will give him t! e secured a fine workman who will nomination lie will yet sccom' have charge of the mechanical de- choico in all of DnlaueN's ot partment, and giro special atten- Wsillrnr's nnntitipR. Oua nf tbein will be dropped in convention be- -' tion to roofing aud tiuuing. fore Bennett, nnd Hennett will' ple, and mix with tho potatoes ; add vinegar to taste ; &alt and epir. Tho addition of a Dutch herriLg makes a her- ring salad. A 3J! MAltil A 0 Which may bo left in a slow oven sev eral hours, or even all day. Take two AQEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COJII'A.VIES: pounds of gravy beef, cut off tho skin ' and fat, divide it into pieces about an JSLlSm inch square, wash it, then place it in a ' largo bowl or small crock, cover it with of Ilinford Conn.; LXNCASMIRE. Mancheter, England; HARTFORD, water, or rather add as mucli as desired Hartford, Coiin.; INSL'KA.NCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMbRICA, &c, &c, ; let it stand an for gravy or beef-te- a l.V THE hour, then cover it with a plate, aud it in a Blow o'en, addiug previous-- y a little salt, aud, if liked, anoniou, cut MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. I up line. It should cook lour or nvo Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. hours, and then there will bo enough Gffice, gravy for delicious aud most nutritious beef-teas well as an excellent dish of wholesome meat. Delicious ANTE.srLT-MAD- E 'Stew TlTT"nTT1r JLilir UXt U XV C6 ? T TCI JL V iO, We will give'good bargains'in all lines to make" room for our Spring stock. The goods must be told and will be put low enough so any ou can buy and be satisfied in prices and quality. v' TI2S TS.I3D FIRS TSSTED. '; J. AMBERG'S SONS! IMtn-'N'I- -- 1 a, J.'W. COWG1LL, SSALSK X3NT Teach. o " .. '-- " ";' -.' t "-- " " '' fUSIIflllll l ON DRUGS, PATENT Trusses R)ise k&Sh MV v:i J" irrCrVSM t -- A'D "VSt?-A- erfailKtia l MEDICINiES! WmV Jlwmm AMosinal icj;cr(s 3?A.HSTT S wA.JSTi') her-ae- lf AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, i i . TD1LET KRTICLES TJhed if KzSgiM IMiUft t?7 at any ..i. ..- &c., &c., &c. tQfPrescriptions 1 , y. Wffl Tilled hour, fcg5&t5fc ""-"- " night bell day or night. s t- -. "ZX "JJfc'. , r - &c., &c., &c " m. King after 10 o'clock M. - egsiWSDi ng to-war- mmM fc- -i TVJ Ml 1W. -- tSiKSsa Svj mZLM Kl Wm e?j &:! sffeS-- kS5S3 WW: 2m nrriiTin'i kemubwm k 3 r 4 anti-Chines- e STEPHElSrS MAXWELL. The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarcbousc of t3 Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at d DRXJGGI .. t 03STIE k. and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. FKiIOE- J?. All goods guaranteed to v -- 1 hif-Ho- ston ".'BU8i . t;n '. ROOFING. The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed.-, The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give special inducements Correspondence solicited. "i -..- - iVwkiifle Journal. je i, dSmm,16 - m - t' u,nn " flg0 ltM.tthat.wHatw.He8rd.ay. SEWING MACHINE PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY. at ifirR. L. Moore an be found the Irtclede House, ', P. BREVARD ? ? :(T-- rs TK I2 KFiSi ."' 'Jffi; yZ Uife (T n si . -- i aw-- 123 HIOKHAH CQUKIEB. SV Senator Vest called upon the State Gradually Pulling President and urged Crittenden's The SHOW YOUR HANDS. Itselt Out of the Finanappointment. To him Mr. Clevecial Nine-Holfrankly stated that he couUl Cloveland Has the Backbone. If it does not Pay. Why do landand would not give Crittenden not They do it? TASHViiXE, Feb. 1. The last anything. The President then reIs it not remarkable, is it not Legislature of Tennessee passed viewed Crittenden's connection wonderful that the whole country The following article, from the with the killing ot Jesse James an act authorizing the State offifrom Maine to Louisiana is so pen of J. II. P.ates, New Vork City, saying that while the latter was aii cials to boirow whatever sum was quint and peaceable, and so absowill give our readers 6ome idea of outlaw and deserved death, even necessary to pay tho interest upin such a ease assassination was on the funded debt of the State. the benefits of advertising: lutely free of any excitement I set a high value on .Newspaper not excusable. He held that the There is an impression prevailing whatever, in' tho face of the great Advertising. For more than thirty fact of the Ford brotheis having that this authority has been exerfight that the United States Senyears I have as an agent disbursed been paid the reward offered for cised. Such is not the fact. lCxer ate is waging upon the Chief Magmany million for advertise! s the killing of the bandit, and of dollar of interest has been paid i Some of throughout the press of the Unit- their having baen saved from the from the Treasury, and there is istrate of the "Nation Thete is ed States and Canada I began legel penalty of their act by the still a balance on hand.confidence the great Republican leaders crrowitig feeling of interposition of Gov. Crittenden lt. on the groundsof incom- as a clerk with Mr. S. M. Petteti-gill- , showed wonld have tho country believe that the latter was cogniz- upon the par; of the eredttois as who is still in business in this Our funded that the President imot only a petency, and to ciect one in his city, was only partner for ten ant of the scheme to kill James well as of great usurper, but is about to de- stead. Their action was subject years, under the stjle of S. M. und encouraged the assassination :i per cent, bonds on Friday jump, to 7 cents in New stroy the liberties of the country. to the approval of the Legislature. Pettengill & Co., then formed a This is said to have been the Pre- ed from York, conclusive evidence that Some even threaten impeachment, The Legislature refuse?! to ap- pattuerrdiip with I). R. Locke, ot sident's view of tho case, and with the world rcgaids the settlement South the Toledo, O., Rlade, under the that view ho was not williu" to as fixed and final. The Aiuetieau and others aro bold in the asser- prove, and this appoint Crittenden. Senator Vest,! tion of the intention of the Sen- to his position. In the inidst of stle of iates x Locke, and now so the reporter was informed,! of Sunday takes occasion to adfor eight years have gone on ate to imprison the members of this muddle the Mason 4& Foard alone. wrote tiittemten telling him of vise very earnestly those creditthe President's Cabinet if thev Company who have tlspabor oi This is a good while to be stead- the President's attitude whereup. ors who have failed to fund their persist in not giving up tiie pri- tin? on wrote Sena bonds to do so. No other settle- convicts Ipiised for term Ol ily Hi one business, and as I have tor the tell a vate papers that this Republican Cock tart letter request- - firoiiiiiirmtMit feMt of Tennessee's debt will, in fairly well in it, .. mnr n np Ah. Senate claim to want in regard to years, and with whom the State succeeded large experience, gaining- '"- - umi i. : application papers .00," ..,-.- . fvfir Im............ v.. mh at least a removal of Republicans fiom of- lias a profitable contract, the State curred to me. as these active it oc- withdrawn, and intimating that i,0,terui.ei . I.oth parties in the years fice. Mr. Cleveland has causod receiving annually a net revenue ;lleniatonul race pledgedof my past life review, would take occasion to show tliat1st respectful replies to be made, pro- of more than $8,000, come forward that neither publisher! nor adver- - e is a inoio popular man in Mis.V",8t'h Vs. " t0 nipt to inl l. settlement and posing to send any and all papers and propose to throjt BP their tisers would take it amiss if I ll,sl1' lh Indent. .Ul " set the Senate may want as to tho ap A wublie nentiiiieiit of the State Cmn .VIIViiUniWKl i .,.,,.. contract, ilecliuinSPfT'-rcceivtjaaa v ..n....i.,c!ft..0 i lth U pointments be makes, but declines, Sufithas the VrgVdi5t,a!gtiig that iormcu ai mo end oi so long a Ell rffl ' rcvtJ.iUB.vvv"eimiiitfiy sustains u. All 35:isb . ... 5r (IIM'inoiwi, ... iiimjii lliu tJllVB 10 lurmnn any a to removals. management they pctiod of work, bearing on the Kr i.rk Tr.'.ui r under South's The point is simply this, that if lion has ceaseu. I hero is not a The Hon. the labor to adau-tage- . whole tho Republican Senate has the cannot work is tho waddle, and tising. subject ofI newspapei adver-a Kentucky M. F. Clements of the corporl'a guard who would interwill place in Legislature, has the fere, if they eoubl;aud if there These Here power to decide as to the Presiwhat will come of it, remains to detached sort of way, without any eyes of the bace ball world upon IVfltO Otllill tllllt JlfLtlljI llkt dent making removals, then the be seen. The penitentiary Com- pretence to orderly composition. him, and the eyes sparkle witli fere if they would. The credit of whole result of tho people voting missioners haviug been slapped 1. When I began, newspaper an thing but admiration and plcaj-me- . the State is gradually but surel.v the Republicans out at the polls by the LegisMr. Clements is ono of ft ll:iv liv i)il lri-iinLtrnmrni' iml is destroyed. Of course, if the squarely in the face to reMgn, but advertising was not as respectable " n ., as it is now. Respectable is, per- committee on mora s and reli'MoVi ' n.,.iTi.i,t..eln. lature, are anxious Republican Senate is conceded tiin juoiii t..,l iui iiu un under the law they can't resign haps, not quite the right word to and thinks that base ball mums ,i. .,...i ,,i. this power, they will never per except by resigning their lespect- - express the status of a business, should not only he prohibited en mit a single itepuniican to no re :.. ..ii:.... .....Ii1.;ar miili'ci. Ilinv looked on as rather irregular and Sunday, but on every day of tlo uieut must be maintained and its rigidly executed. ., ,i moved unless his successor be a . . queer, but no other so good occurs week. Mr. Clementh is probaUy terms i ij uu. rtic nui Republican. Hence tho deterThe Souths have always been to me just now. Kegular, sieadv- - afflicted with some interna! trouble Hon. John R. Pkoctor, Direcmined, position of the President, exeeediugly popular and strong going business houses, thirty vears and should be retired to less and hence the universal indorse- before Keutucky Legislatures, and ago, felt something like shame in borious fields at once. Living in tor of the Geological Survey, is in England trving to induce synment of his position by the peothis in the face of 6erious charges; advertising their goods in the the wilds of the "dark and bloody dicate of English capitalists ato inple. he probably never saw a tho questionable ways in; newspapers. This feeling has Ordinarily, under such furious as to they secured and held their pietty much worn away, although ground," base bull ami imagines vest their money in Kentucky, game ot which talk of imprisoning the Cabinet popularity. At any rate they have some of it still lingers among old- - that he will jump into national autl to turn the attention of Eng. i . . lish immigrants of the best class ofiicers, and impeaching the Presby denouncing :i men. charge prominence ident, tlie whole country would bo been in a good of the btato peni tashioued business that the peo- pastime popular with the majority to Kentucky. 'J. I should judge many years, and in a flame of excitement, on the tentiary every investigation and effort to ple of this country expend at least of tho American people. verge of a great civil war, but on beat'them, only makes them the thirty times as much money in ST. LOUIS MARKET. the contrary tho public mind is as stronger. We cannot belivo that newspaper advertisingas they did Jlore Needs Jor Coiijjresv WilEvr. No 2, offered 91c; bid 90c. calm and quiet as a May morning, II Y Strictly prune, $11.00; mixed, the Governor, Auditor, Seeretarv thirty years ago. Tho vast insiteii. and all because the people feel $'J.5U fancy choice, $1"J fiO. General, and crease of population and newsand know that all this furious of State, Attorney conspired to papers explains a considerable The Government grant to agti- - Cons White, I.l Vfc STOCK. talk is only the dying desperation State Treasurer, or that each part of this, but it mostly comes culture is going to be laruet than wrong Mr. South, Cattle. Good bteer-- ?4 CO to 3.1,25; this year. "Each Congressof Republican politicians to hold acted from prejudice in making from the more general and free use ever man gets Gr00 packages of vege comnion, S3 So to $S 15; K;alawas. $1 7o on to the ollices, and an insane his removal. lienee, we believe made of the advertising columns table seetl t his ear, which is l,."f)0 to $2 To; miloli co,. ?2U 00 to $55.00; effort to set aside and defy the the Legislature acted wrong in by the general pubic. All ches. Teil : 00 to $0 00. they have revoice of the people as expressed condemning to 7 H ses have eome moro and more to paokasjes more thanalthough there to Aiclks It) hand-- 4handii rear?, 7 570,00 their action. SS'100; to 1G to vears, when Mr. Cleveat tho ballot-boceived other .vears, believe that the newspaper is the are seventeen more Congressmen' 5W0.OOmS17".00. land was elected. They are getmost impersonal, selfrespecting- - than Heavy draft, Hoicks A Gigantic Wheat Deal. heretofore. I'esides these Kod drivrs, 360.00 to S120 00 to $1 10 ; ting up this row because they AVwf MA inti r( utif int 1..tl SI 10.00: idug 500 . vegetable seeds we give don't want to confirm the Presi40 00 .. It has been knowu for some r"' i..u i.um.i, J., ..Luiijuiie!lini.,rilQ ftf flflWi.r ...I'd- -themiiil.li. S15 00 to ItiichcA nnd packers paying in dent's appointments, and he has time Hmh. wants to say to tion to fiebl seed wheat, corn, from S3 60 to'$4.50. sent to them the names of such deals thatoneof the biggest wheat Thirty years it. ago a man ever if good men that thero can be no biggest one attempted, is not the should spend $25000 a year in who oats, and other grains." So sajs on record, now in thei ........ .. .. llLt;il tlii nvnlloi.t .r.,.i,.buni,,... - .....I other objection brought against progress in tho Northwest, being a. naa. ....... iiiiiiirii.fiiii- .. ...... aiki.iiii. llungunilLiat ... I.l lUlltllyli ..... apparently the Congressmen aro 11UI4III Saddlery aijd Harness except that they are Demo- worked from Chicago, but the tion as a large advertiser; now them, crats, and they don't want to own course of the market, which has there are houses expending almost as much tickled as he is by this that they reject them on that ac- been watched closely in view of as much mouthly, right along iucrease in their allowance from count. But tho President will the effects of tho deal, has been through the year, without attract- his department, for he finds them PLUMMER & FARRISS, force them to show their hands sol such as to confirm the entire sto- ing attention. Mr. "lhey Robert Homier, ail "very tuendlv." shall be agree given Jackson Si , opposite Courier toiling, mo wo plainly that all can see. ry. Tho scheme, being worked whoso undertakings in all direc- (sic) everything we Office want." So bv Armour, the northwMiterh mill- - tions have been characterized by fasriuatiugis 11 1 CK VAX, - - - KY. the prospect of scud-- J THE HUMILIATION Or GOOD MEN. orn, the interestcdnirokds, the breadth, boldness, precision, and ing out 8,000 packages of seedi? WLLL elected stock of Saddle and elevatKHlKegraift banks, successtwas the, first. to make.- tho . -- T"-,,'r .. .. . KKUiH. XfW work made to ord er. . wu. ul)lic1:limllrtrijinif ir - ipr i ontV? . .jt urii(iiii i"fn to r oouhkks;1 The Pan r..i....Ttiy...0Ci:- - Per oiutJ ,.M-- l ill iiiA.m...t Wlllfiiil tII1K ii "i.t rannti lillCllIlUDL T.n:flor till tne vvinio favored too a " af. It K I- - A I Jf O manner, to build be7lmt cerfaiubj the country, it may in Chicago, ami below SO of his Ledger to up pointcirculation missioii ot Dakota, wants tor apy k;o(, He has secured the rterviccn The Democrats of the a nev er atcents .froaithat tteI kiiDwn 'oil excellent work as well as all good citizens, it jumping it for a profit of 38 to 40 tained before or since bj an. jour- make three new htates admitting f Montai.a man L'ncle Hob k:!irriis which of in seems to ns, must regret the con- - cents, which would bring it to nal in this country. Although Mr. also vvauiugton amiwill II.) savs that .Montana ceitaiu i guarantee of good and faithful or!t. ,or May, and also the Honners largest newspaper adver- l.. i...- i , nection of Senator Harris, Gen. over lit- jst'iiiociiiiii-;iiuii .1..., .:.,..... aju 2 iiun urnadvancement of the value of Ti... , , Atkins, n.i td o. uullllOLUfl,, J IO. t? be a close fight in Washing- Vll.il while that of . ,, , , , uin anu jfiui.-?ii;ii' ' ' ! V"V . .iviuuitj vjci.c-u- . vjitriitiiu, hiiu : wheat is beinir decreased. The. Duwenaiuii auii uaJ ui auconipiiMi '. ion- - All,. of these territories are FETUE'SSALOON, ii lu :, . ... .i . i, Miv Casey Young, with tho Pan parties to the scheme rely upon c .1 ins iiuiiiunu, uui tiuwu ima e.- - niuuuii ti !... iiiiu Sta'es at no distant day, and it may be vvell rl FLKANAXT KE.SOE&T. Electric Telephone Company. We, the scarcity of wheat in the win-d- penses in that channel.) still no enough to admit them now. Danot for oije moment believe' ter areH' ,ml tho fsi(:t l,,at t,,e one has come up to the "splendid kota is clearly entitled to admiss- FRESH IlEERconaUntly on tap. Ci- country's supply is in the "north- - audacity'' of ati order for one in- - ion haviug a of uraand Tob.ioco, of the beat brnoJs. voting that there is any real corruption Patronage solicited, The farmers in that section sertion of an advertisement to cost eighty thousand, and population we have little on tho part of these gentlemen, have put their wheat in country over ?G0,00O. And vet in pecuni nor tf but their prominence , as Demo- - elevators and have been advanced ary matters he is a very exact and patience withitthe Democrats who would keep out for party reacratic leaders brines up a delicate 'money 011 it by parties interested careful man. HOW TO SAVE sons. The party that would 3. It agrees with my experience attitude in connection therewith in the present deal, the tanners on such methods to secure newspaper advertising is pro- power, deserves being advised to hold their wheat We are Wholesale Headquarter lor al that good men would prefer to in view of probability of higher that fitable. As I look back over tho plan would be defeat. Voorueet. the bes way of trades of see Mr. Cleveland's administration pnees. The money already ad- - very considerable number of t hose advantage is getting even not embarrassed by. Of course, vaneed will roou be exhausted. whose advertising I have done, I allowed to if party such inat- influence H3WIS, T03ACC3 asi CIURS tho Republican press aro howling and by that time the market will do not now recall a single one who ters. down to the judiciously, prose veringly,aiid freecorruption, and will continue to have been pushed will bottom, the banks refuse to ly pushed good articles, of whatwd will job to dealer only at Factory sound the charges. Ktfvs'iise- Yl'itsKwcct. advance any more money, the far- ever kind, in tho newspapers, and pice; alo the The inventor of the Pan Elec mers will throw up their hands did not make at least a fair sue- - I'rmi Siftlnjr Col. Yerger presented his wife tric Telephone, was n citizen of and sell out, when the associated cess, while a great many have lte"eRtB in the scheme will push gamed ample fortunes. I wnl not with n sealskin saeque. She imScotch ind toio; Scotch Snuff, Memphis, Tenn., and by reason" of mention names in support of this mediately insisted on walking out """"" P citizenship sought and obtained statement, as I could easily do, with it on. It was very cold, autl tl bet in the mirkct. We alo kep tho friendship and association of constantly on hand a choice selection A bill has been introduced in hut the list in a large one. Indeed, he said with a shiver Harris, Atkins anO) loung. He, the Legislature to "Let us go home; I'm almost of the it has been my observation that it in connection with these gentle- - State into Judicial Districts and is easier for large advertisers to. frozen to death." make money than to keep it. Oft"j don't feel cold at all," she FAMILY GROCERIES. men'organized a company for receive strong support, as en CONFECTIONERIES, it comes in so fast that the replied, with chattel ing teeth, crating his patent, said patents there is a great inequality-ithe head gets AND FRUITS, and lavirdi. per- "but let us go back and walk past turned, based on a supposed capital of present districts. The Judge in sonal expenditures and unprofita- the windows of those Pcterhjs." which c ill pe'l very low for the cash five million dollars, though ouly this District is worked nearly 30f "I'ut you may get pneumonia Pleasicnll arid ee us. the costs of charter and patent! days in the year, while others only ble investments swallow up the fees was ever paid in. s.il fortunes , which, had they been and die a painful death." ami vai- thev . work about too. ..,..,FUQUA & IleROW. .... vi'.I longer in making, would likely "Never mind if I do. I don't the 6tock was distributed in 500,- - get the same pay. feel cold at all as long as I've got have been made permanent. wo Kiiares 10 eacn, tne remainder .1. II. liATIIS, Prolessional Cards. this sacqae on." T Republican Senate is fight 41 Park Row, N. X. want to go Th 'But why do epnblicaiis in office past tho Peterby mansion again f" in taking these iutluential politi - !Uff to keep D. G. iJAHK, .Mrs. "I want that stuck-uciaus in as stockholders in prefer - '11 defiance of the vote of the gold and silver question Tub to see my new saeque once ATJPflKNSY AT fcAW, ence to business men autl capital-- people. This is the long, and the has become so bewildered autl more anyhow. It will make them ISIH W11H that he expected the short, and the all, of the Senate's confused by tho incessant referIELO, - - El'. green their uovernmeut to establish nostal war on the ence to tho dollar," that gnash envy teeth and turn it President. and when they seo telephones throughout tho coun It will not bo out of the way to with InAAre Prnctlrn Since .tlnrcli, 177. try, ami that their influence would! TnE Kentucky Legislature is state that this dollar," think of their last winter's cloaks ?ILL practice in all the counties of the secure tho contract or sale for his' busyinc itself with miMtiimH f' called, that is. the Ilver dollar, that they aro wearing." Fist Judicial District, and in tbe Appel paieni, aim urns each of their fnPV reform, and ,.! ,1m,eh las Court of Kentucky. other pro- - will liny J"8.1 as cloth, of any ncc- -- A sugar, cofof ' tor jMmed measures is ono which Brave fieticrar.s Anxiety. tytis-i- y " ii. . . i" or nve lor one. , viiIph tht nit.Q ,.,. r t 't.. fee, Hour, potatoes, as the patri Krom ToIilft uuiiai, uui cian gold dollar, which affects a . Ihesp gentlemen had a right to men that Ono day during a noted Keninvest in this company precisely, ibr i, unL ." Ja jury ".. superiority over it ; and one thotis- - tucky campaign, and while the hTaT& r- "" K'' 'i icimr at onv ntlmr I.. ureiui HIIV,r umiars win ouy as Confederate army was parsing ..j w.v. ,.wllt .i.i..J - '.."' according y. This It seems a law, attorneys tor ....r....i.ii tli.it tlmn ...A .IU .tiiBtus. would bowiMft Wui.ttn., ' iiiifintarinti hj..v nio HCIIJ . wneat, cotton, jewel- - through Allen county, (len. Breckto be used fortheir influence in get and we would be glad r,,r,,I'urei or ""3' otlier RtaP'e inridge, approaching Gen. Hind-ma- MCKJIAV, - - - KENTVCEY. to see ting uie poKai telegraph system, acted. Therearenumbersof it en- ;7"o!ty f luxury of life, as said : eases i8 that which humiliates their in which juries could be dispensed l'0? ,'! K0.,,, co':!- - ,l ,8 TT ILL3tten(l ' a" business entrusted "Wo are now ouly a short disfriends atid admirers. more than tance from Bear Waller and not Wc to their ewe is with flltnrrtr.r tn o.i...... !( saiimi-i . gold Furniture Fuctory. Otiee ycase a erdict from three dver bullion, at tho present rate very far from Jiltown.", in not8.78 The Kentucky Legislature re- fourths of twelve men omrht to of value between them : but the Tho solemnity of his manner instated South as Warden of the serve all the etids of tnutic. laws of the United States make attracted llindiuan's erious atthe coins of both metals legal tention, and regarding Breckin- C. 4 L. penitentiary, whom the Governor Much expense incurred by tender for all debts and to any ridge with a long look of inquiry, would bo by this means savand Attorney Ar law had sus- ed the State. amount and this explains their he asked: on account of incompepended equality in the purchase of com"But, general, why does our Fboji birth a boy can own pro- modities, and the paymeut of ob- nearness to those places so con- Collictor. Real Estate Agent tency; thereupon the Commis f 'HICKMAN, KY. sioners asked to be relieved of perty; at seven be is, if intelligent, ligations. cern .you 1" I answerable for crime; at fourteen duties as Commissioners; and he is punishable for "Well, you see," Breckinridge Will attend promptly to all bus The members of Congress, feel- replied, "I fear it will be my fate neas Intrusted him in Southwesteri a misdemeathereupon, the prison lessees, Ma- nor; at fourteen if necessary, ing that their time is ho much nd Northwestern Tenneapee to bo killed in an action at Jim- - KentUc' son & Foard Company notify the could choose his cuardi... ..i in clerical duties as to jtown 8peiiMttention gion to the inveetiga or Bear Waller. Hear Wal A;ti. leave them no opportunity to per- - ler," he repeated, "the thought of tion of tiad titles, aud the purohaxe Legislatare that they desire to could contract man-ireFJanB Estate. teen he is qualified for aulHtary themselves in the mysteries being killed at a place with such surrender their contract, aad that service; at twenty-onlegislation, will endeavor to a name makes me sick." ha failing to permit a surrender with- declare himself independent may of tt bill, allowing each one of of paR8 in 30 days they will return all the his parent and is tkeu okioagh them a clerk. As they will have PIYSICAN AfiD SURbEON, convicts t the! charge of the to vote; at twenty-fir- e he elici- - the passing of Bitch an act in their' The question of which was KENTUCia State. This is a pretty state of ...,. vii vuiiKrest"! ' ai iHirtv tn iio own nanus, we . win omnium iimc nhpnd in ..the competitive trial in HICKMA9. no . r j ...i.! ttftairs the Legislature has brought U. a. Hetiuto. at fnrtvfn""j "r ""r s 1nnlirMtA in thp. Hniifii ji Rnrt' (.'iiiciiniiill asio reiauvocHimci- - apdM his Profoniional Serice tk. t houi. ft'is In (inlcr hovtffor lcnn.r;at forty-flv- e t& aKUeas of HickaBmdicinit;. of tlio two parties for ballot-box- , tie U.teimnt of tlonuty or ainatear ConcreflS-it3MM1.10 them to a jljiiurcr . . jrulil.tr.- ,Ity. Ktufnnff iBrtill nnsoiveo. lr: ina, e. ta.v-pnvers Muddle. The authorities are io a terrible muddle about the Kentucky penitentiary and its management, and it appears is most likely to' result in the loss of moro money, which the miiRt nav. The list Legislature elected one Barry South, Warden. Tho general control of tho penitentiary is left by law to a Board of Commissioners, composed of the Governor, Auditor, Secretary of State. Attorney General and State Treasurer. These Commissioners saw proper to remove South from lie War-dcuhhip, Penitentiary A RETROSPECTION. Millions of Dollar's Spent every Year in Printer's Ink. ov. CViUt'iHlcn ion. itjcej. fENNESSEE'S DEBT. m - xox - S!i Eli I y kritz ILj It. j I r mmM, eft -- ' BOOT AND U ; tf 0. B. KINGMAN, D SHOE f fi & & EA L SHOP. North West cofr.ui o' and Troy Aenues. Enut luckrcAi., lly CeSa! faction guaranteed. , Hardwar e Tinware, 8B8DS, HAiUl IIIPLHEXTS. (Clinton Street, Corman xox- & April. . tf. THE BARTER J. 3r. lo his GR0CI1G...Y. MR. MO.NTG03ir.KT, h Co'a 01 J Stand ) jnve-'.or- s. (J." SvKyfcfcjLsg ETew. hr Uhs opened a new nnd fret-- soppdj tt all kind of Familt Okocekies, which I nill cell v Iovy ns the lowral He la r dy at all timrs to rzcLnnge Groceries t ench prices for Ilutter, Epps, Cbickeri any kind of marketinfr lint tbe fa rat of friends rony brine in. The highest dm prict- - always paid. ket fiiend nnd ibe public nntui BO IIVC a I J.M. MONTGOMERY G,f 5kc t RRQ. 21 I have icciirel, porninnentlr, oneof the finest workmen in the State, acd will make roofing ami tinning n eHalty ilutto I will not be undersold, eteti in larger cities. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE I :...-.!..- .. Fabis & Pakker, KENTUCKY STREET, 111 e ,w 1 - -- " -- - ! N wr "k S IENASHVILtE, A. IR, Z" I !T TEESTDST-, ' DR. WARD'S a.. 3 conatantly on hand fei Hr KEEPS sale HOUSES, BOOGIES and IIACJCa. Hating purebnsed tie it able, horna and entire outfit of W. B. Plarattt r e propose to continue the bntiatM, mm, , solicit patronage" No other pchoid in TS a leadini? School in all matters of education of Youni: Ldie X t'e outli since lie war aaa had feo ,'reat Aucce.sf. I'u re a U can trust their children to its thorough aiid etrad working For libera) tirmn, address DR. W. E. WARD. a. NY. DIESTELBBINK Family Groceries. andome and see, at tbe corner f ?roy and Moscow Arenue. East Hiekmra, Kj "VTO space to name all artleUa, JL trouble to sbovr poodi. . ..' r t;'-ii;- Hew 'Liimi St (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) && I! Ell?, al kt ao hi- ( i i A .. - HICKMAN, JUST - . FAMILY fiaOCBRY KENTUCKY, Fine, etyliab RIGS for hire. S. G. vis- OLD STAND.) - JUDGE-ID- A OPENED, with new STOCK, out and out. reanonable. I'atronnee solicited. All kinda of W. G. KINGMAN. oct30-l6S- ; 5 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Hiially kept in a bocst, et k( ora prices. firsi-clasi FANCY ' , Qaldrll?s MONDAY, AUGUST And Continuing Four Months. UAD1ES, T, QiiQoiL2 1335, MIXCE-JlEAA- flCKlJtS II OX1 NY, G&JTt r.t, CRSNBEIUUES, , x 1 3. 3ac $j?"-Vi- "cr c& not bo m& The Fall Session will commence tijjnr, Polices, Koajis, 4: l m9 ;,;.., .r8. 31. '.Vill pay full price for undcreald. Butter, Bgfe, Spring Session Commences I ... 111111 MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1S8G, FOB I Continuing Five Months. The course of uttiely. including thorough primary work in Englibh branchrn Mathematics, Litin, Gr-"-German, the Natural Sciences, Elocutiou, Penmanship, Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. Especial attention is deToted to the preparation of studenta for college, ard youzg book-Keeping, NASHVILLE r Oliattanooga 111 men for butiueM. El6CtriCeIeplioigg l -0 jfV- - ll - - .! - - - - ... N.!.!!WB(Oy... TUITION Primary tj VHQ CC(1 w- - r- IK Atlanta, FlordA $3 0 4 0 Pupils per month. An;. Internifilite it-e- lf '?udlJ,t?:t!ryenV8"M ' . . J - 1 PATACLG 3SO'TBSIY IX AI)VAS( K. B. C. CALDWELL, 3m 60 is' w iw 5L hm.o a up 9 H e 1 1 UiuKMAN, Ky., Ans. 7, ISM. 3XAR? OALDTKrBLL. N Take ih C o' mi CASE & MILLET. & t. L. I). 14-- Th do-pon- d i ipEY. mm Grocer HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTUBERSOF AmmmWmSmmmmmW9t S 9 FAVORIT & Call on nearest Ticket A gelt Or Address TV. HICKMAN KENTUCKY & CO. BJ tl. Jonra, T-- 1 Paes. Aet., Dallat, -- W O. P. & T. A., FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Hickraa.. W. I. I14M.KT. Tx., Nahille, Ten, m '" j HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. j re-distii- ct op-pri- ll n j Wrtfi? ftltAmmT"tzfm TBR.eC DEALXR I aa g- -" One-hal- Italian and American Mauii MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GBAVJ STONES. received a fine lot of Abo Italian Marble, I jr f' - T -- " -- -. :.:rJ:"Ur ...... I HAVING p Po-terb- y Hickman, Kentucky. 1 pared to fill all orders. Call and exa ur worK. Orders from ibe, country rP--- ib uwj: u80-ccii- t "80-ucu- L THE OLD RELIABLE CIIAS. A. IIOLOMBE, DEALER MARVIN COLLEGE, CLINTON, KY. Bpring term, of six months cosicenew JAXU.IKY 41b, Faculty full and competent. Ooveta-raePatronage solFcitaei. rigid, yet . J. II. CALLOWAY, Prta, io lf) nt Ma-ln- . ;;,.. .' t. ty ler at jn-it- I r-- ": DRUGS, H8DIIHNS-- , D TAIMS AND DY -- STUFFS, v n, j- TUCjm 3W. - PRE3CB IP T IONS CARhTJi. F. B. CASE, DZALEB IS COMPOUNLEDl -- mm w mm a aw mm - Family ertHy. Groceries; JiSD ALSO. miB-tria- ls RANDLE, ONLY ONE DOLLAR Netd, Seinex, Lines, Hooks, and aHJklndj of Wishing Tackle and Supplien, at a bat gain. Groceries and Family 8npplita g e Yeekly American A GOOD EDUCATOR IN TflE FAMILY. Fresh News and Choice Liberal premiums offered for clubs. wanted everywhere. Address, . FOR TnE J. "W. ROOXB.S, GROCERIES AD oc-cuni- . e frt aljal Reading .oij all Send for oar premium lists. Agents Fresh Meats, Delivered to all parts of the city and ct3t burba. MARKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. . : ... ip L0W.EK t- - THE AMERICAN, Js , nd LOWER. y - l l e$4 . - v -. f Nashville, Tenn All kinds of Qroeeriei as cheat) aa the ekeaveit. under!. kam, alelew, 4. I will aei U jomy wmaro. - 3 Bfc i-- '' ' ' G ih't. - : --t- t. if , 'V:-- ;