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HALE BXIiXiS, i. i - & OflMJsekioaEtnet, next door to CKyHalL BILL-HEADS- XiETTER-HBA- Bj .. 3. OEOROE WARREN, Editor. i .. Xlio Oldest NewKj)apor i "J- . :. - i", - I j ESTABTjiaHEDj J85!). .r it 'i i a&j tthl :f AfMV BILL. A rittsburch Convict "V!io Xearly Killed A ..Sw A. Uelesi rropotUlan;' I.oiilsillle Leaf Tobacco Market. Republican Tlireo of Ills Keeper. ttrst Cession. Out a Town. The prc'jondernnce of green tobacco In to Turtber Drain HlXUoiiil Treas'Deliberate Attempt to Bum Seven PiTTSBcnGii, Feb. 4. A scnous affrty oc- Romarkablo Story of tho Experi" vjfsl- sif -- J&S1010ury, Feb. Pouti and, Oafcoos., Feb. dark and heavy offerings continues re, Tinea aii ve. curred in tho IUversido Penitentiary, this ences of a Party markably great. Large receipts aio exli programme laid out, the Chinese are liv- nr i! Wero l)TOSOnleu" nnd measures Tiie success of thgrray in procurmornings in Tvhich deputies JIcKain, ' ii "B tho Iatt'r a iolnt ing driven our of Seattle. It is understood xOni - T Greaves and Edwards were injured, itho ora const"lit"'nn' amendment pected to contb ue. Wenther condition- ing a law for the TJOgpulsory retirethat the Knights of Labor are at the head of t bundling condiEut'sE Ixtuls the flace of the Crin the two former dangerously. sunragcto women. hnve furnished surfeits of ment of officers on fching the age of A prisoner Who Mik l tlip L.onl biiiper One Diet tho movement. The Chine-- c are marched Mr tions, but latterly wagon roads are said to tehful Scene In Uie."lglit. ile,,erFl;r offered a resolution defining be iu a named James Clark, who is serving a rjr seems tfcave to the steamer Queen of the Pacific lviug h K.mIiik Maul. us state to deter shipments to some sixty-fou- r preroKutive, and sentence ofseven years for burglary.' had ot the wharf, and the notors pay steerago rti.slw0.'1' .r,nP ,,n for debateexplained his extent. We quote lfevl tobaccos ns follows ingenuity inaviiing schemes to the snUjrct been ordered to the dungeon for an inpassage to San Francisco for each ChinaSnnR.'5'..on u'c President lor reasons Its for full weights aud sound packages' for further swollinglfceretircd list. "East Sr. Loci, Feb 5. A terrible at--, fraction or the rules. ilcKain and Greaves 'S?11',? jvas obj. cted to. and it went Xfw Yokk. Feb. S. The following is pub- man put aboaid The steamer phe reguIluritii. Ikirkmul lltnru. tempt, upon human lifa was perpetrated repaired to his cell to escort him to tho One of these prpjjtoji appears in the hi!AvI? l ,,lh resolution';toappointing cotH Trash . t 50 list night. Hhortly'aftof 10'f clock fire in dungeon, lie promised to go quietly, but lished here this morning as a Harrisburg larly between San Franci-c- o til ) and Puget Rim.HISi"mo refened for the Judlclrtry Common lugs.. ....isiwaaoo 544 im, 5 23 bill of Senator Cii 7.V. 30 rhich declares i 0) retlre-nr.?The bill an unguarded moment ho tornedupon (Pa ) special to tho H'orW: News of a Sound. At this hour (2 p tho in about ue 4 OOft 4 M a shanty near tho railroad txackswas SLUJ.0Del - w- - Gc,t "" the nink of Medium lugs... them with a huge knife which he had se- strange and mysterious occurrence 6 Oxr; 7 00 that any oiticeriUi.Tfniyie active list Tho 4 avfir. 5 00 hundred have been put aboard Good lugs at light, attracted tho creted in bis coat. He first made a desperr.fJor.t General went over ut Mr. Logan's Common leaf.... 6 tog, t sa 6 tO"jS 5 50 Dauphin County, hns been re Mayor of Seattle and other prominent f.?SU?.a-.M- r an mo PuKn submitted a ot .t army u"i t.rYr tlie war of ate lunge at McKain, and plunged the . akttitibnkjfaH thc'railroad men who hapc :fl n so 1 :m, o m lUdUleberjfer' resolution, which Med'iim leaf. .. telegraphed to Vancouver i 7 US. 8 50 the rebellion, .... pened rto"5be' out They ran toward tbo kmfu into volnnteer and then stabbed him ceived hero. Ou Thurbduy morning tlieio citucns have ilT- i,0r clmrncter'zi'd a stump speech. Tho Good leaf Barracks inking General Gihlon. 14 COIS 10 9 muftio w . was a jovial crowd in the right temple. Turning from XiieCTON. n hotel ..t...,. nnH n Selections or regular forces ,5 ,TohTii? applica- rlace,tand, a thuy did so, they "beard Kain he thrust the bloodv wrapon Mc- and while they were,mimbibing at that plaeo, the Department of Columbia, for (meMoiJio mtlfl? Kilt w.n an. n iva ; recommit resulted into Samuel Mot-ttion to the Pros' Vteput on the re tri.i.t. "briefcs, groans "and cries, telling' rbat Greaves' right shoulder blade twice. Depn.'rnl OiIiImhi 1ms telegraph" d Proceedings ot the I.ccMrtHirr. no poiitunil division in the entered the war Department. CluufJustiCQ Ureen. Motter . iTDlrv'a FnNKroUT. Jun. 3T. Sc.sate In ihe Sen-- . tircl li,st v 'thar'CTfoaiLxa tired pay; 0' wns nlarI liefnrn iWffMyiggr, TO, held therein the flerr uty Edwards, bearing the jioUe. came to, throughout the county as was well known of WshinirtonTerr!torb"aT'te1egraibt ciei5?vwa sttJtrfwrrtt-i.l.. "ttTTiiiiTi a patent medicine" sABJ l'ur 'an expeutfyo session was 'ate the' iBereswas a the aid of McKain and Greaves, bstf leforo :,,k,s.tw Garland, Urging him to vttVa',ll' whu It lntel from 4:3. p. ni. to rcportcd favorably on a bill providing for reftiifee to, years of Attorney Generalto have rash, to tho oor, and it was forced in, he could crender them assistance Clark peddler, and was about fifty-fivhe holds at the tina'of his amplication. cording attachments in Certain eases. but it Use his influenco troops ordered to 6:3Ti p. m , when tho benato adjourned. with vbentwo men daggered out. Other 'men felled him' to the ground him-l- a terrific age. His wife died in the Alms Houso Seattle A!out 5 p. in. the militia marched This is an extraordinary measure, Hocst Iirmiediatclj' uftrr tho reading of was recommitted to the same committee Tho ntul some time ago, and since then ho has down to Chiuntown mid took blow.'and. iumnine on Judiciary Committee reported favorably oil and its necessity is in no respect obwere dragged out unconscious. - The faces the journal. Mr. Holuian, of Indiana, possession. Shortly It was thoroughly deserted, except by the following resolutions: "Besolved,otlered the bill making seduction a felony, with vious me- victims were blackened, and long! .kicked him in a frightful manner'ArBy this been living near this place. ui That If full advantage should be Confining-- the provisions of tho ,ume ice guara naa oeen aiarmea, ana after Motter entered, a discussion on a few merchants who had been the House hs rere i eil with profound sor- amendments : v.." lvicu "" presenting a tior-n- u Clark as overpowered and placed in the religious subiecta act to unmarried women On account of tho taken of it, the entire military estabrow the intelligence of the death of Thomas arose The sacra-nipiiglit. There were seven men taken out dungeon. The allowed to remain temporarily At A Tlleodruks, late Vice President of the presence of a number of ladies further disinjured men were removed of the Lord's supper was talked C p m. a writ of habeas corpus Every of the building. They said tboy had same lishment would o to pieces. I'nited states. ItesoUed, Thtu the bulnes cussion of the bill was postponed a The tore general of strolled uto the ; shanty in order to warm to the hospital. An examinationbeen their about. Motter lecamo very earnest in bis was issued charging that tho Chinamen Of tbo ollicer in the service, every Committee reported lavurnbl) on lull llou" bn suspended in peal the act providing for the State geologij talk, and finally dared the men r indulge were illegally icstrained of their lilertv on perup. and were sitting- around the store injuries showed McKain to hate eminent and pricommanding a reginieuj talking, when suddenly the stove seemed haps mortallv wounded. Greaves and Ed- in an imitation of tho Lord's cupper They board of the steamer. The writ was mado Order that thethe deceased eriee be fulsuriey. The bill was debated for some Colonelevery field officer served in and may vate vrtuesot the to Imrst open arnLthe flames went all about wards are seriously hurt, but will recover. agreed to have it with beer and bread, and returnable at 10 o'clock this evening. In time. Tlie ot was llnally taken, and the bill nearly coiiiiih mor.ited. Ib"olved, That the was accordingly n glass was filled with that the meatitiiuo the steamer was enjoined passed by a roto of 'Ai to 5 Senator Hill's civil war, and hence would be able to if the House be directed to communi tbrooni. enveloping the men dfonythey resolution, introduced yesterday, thtt lcrii. demand retirement. They thou knelt in could turn toward the door They, WANT GERONIMO from sailing. The situation nt this hour cate tfese resolutions to the Senate " The war ended HANGED. beverage with the beer in one mock Mason. 1'ord - Co tie released from theif and piien b Messrs. Hynum, band and could only t m ) Is uncertain. A dismal ram is j alxmt with their hand only a little more than twenty years contract to work convict outside the Long. Throckmorton, Browne. and struggle with each other in tbeendeav-o- r Hut One Opinion Anion? the Settlers of brend in the other. Motter went along falling, nnd the mob has largely dispersed. was called up. There w as cry little ago, and it is therefore evident that a (Jeddes. Ixiwry, Hall, Kleiner distributing a bit and n nup to each. The Chinamen who nre not on board the to get to the exit. Thev grapple.1 with New .Mexico and Arltona. discussion over the resolution Senator D. H. vi ry large Suddenly when be was almut half steamer aro huddled together on the ocean and Holtnan Tlie rccdutions were part of the higher officers oach other and thus impeded their escai.e, Smith moed that it tie laid upnu the table. nnd the House adjourned. El Paso, Tex. Feb. 4. Additional news a na it j.eemeltan eternity before noise was heard and wus taken bo militia are companies thv from the- seHto war confirm the report of through, Up strangemeii saw a sight that dock Two the streets.of The Oregon Washismov. l'eh. a Slxatk. The Chair The votena s 8. and resulted hi follows: of the army wouldbill, included in the looking the Yeas 17. heardtho cries of thoa who came to the privileges of this and nearly all "made their blood run cold and froze tho patrolling laid a litter before the Senate from the Hoi se The Hou-- e did nothing ot imporImprovement also has 7eJ,rememleid very distinctlv Geromnio'&tinconditional surrender. Tho marrow in their bones."' As near as the eighty men Company those occupying tho most responaible tance and adjourned tin'tl February 2. General asking an additional they gunrdmg docks coal oil a iho its particulars in"full will probably be out m a scared positions. Tho officers who could could describe it. thev declare $a).()0 for jurors FiMXKroiiT. Feb. 1. liurst- - around them. The lrn flam The uuthonties nre dei.in. day or two It has been in progress since that it men an immense, informed and foul ami warehousesno Chinaman shall leave un- witnessesof of l". S. Courts. tind $IS0.(J0 for l'.f. relating to making Sen vte. House bill not retire underonly authority would be was seduction t felony, Heferr-- d. ier in thich the fire started can onlr May, A its termined that olid troops have been in tho with amendment, was called up. feet, pointed 1k with great rt solution was reported accounted for on the ground field since the 2id of that month. It has beat, nnd e es that cloven fire With w ild willingly. Every effort will be made to Joint O'lierlcs cotnintccion. In opposition to ai being made to its consideration. It Oblectlon the younger ones, who have taken fell Into The- Itldilleberfrer-Pujrlthat ..,.: hOllle . M'rotrOt flashed .t avoid bloodshed, but the most determina.;t uunii been one of the hardest wars on the regular horn the men part in no war on a large scale. Unthe Orders of the day A communication u.. ells resolutions were then taken up, disrushed out into the oiieti air tion is expressed on this point. Tho troops uvy "One tove. Nearv" back the from the Governor was received and read. doubtedly such a scheme would in7 oldier that has ever occured in the Vet. and scattered in everv direction Fiuullv at Port Tow nsend and Vancouver ure remlv cussed and laid on the table. Thc were oltheidiautyyoH'.tbe ground. raMfound a The feeling .Vow Mexico document to the and Arizona is all of them reached liome. except Mottef, to move and aro only awaiting orders frm araln called up by Mr. H'ddleberjrer ands The penitentiary,relates advises management of crease the flow of promotion, but it and the that l"?lslutive "chAd ewdently,. contained very strong in favor of hanging Geronimo referred m who was away for a long time, and nt lust Washington. Much surprise is expressed tliiHliyand Kfcctlonto the Committee onwas deremedy for certain hurtful coutingt ncies would make no account of the interiff ilm The sanies The Dakota bill undallhis immediate followers. In fact, he in lived a maniac. He was put to bed that the movement wasarrauged so quietly. bated by 'eers. Logan and Morgar. and at which threaten be provided Inclosed with LTrMSt r .l.ST-r"x tbiseeling is rapidly growing into ona and phi.'ians ent for. but thev could do the communication wa one from the Mason-For- ests of the country. is full of general demand on the part of the settlers. nothing for him He raved, howled and The city hence thevstrangers, isand it is hard LW p. m.n :he Senate adjourned It may be said that there would be Company, asking release from their conto tell w came It believed that Tlmw .. IIorst-AI1Trt inestwntion was of oonuet labor, and tho repraveil, declaring he had seen the Evil Ono the plans were made m Tacomn, as many rvterenceto tho misapplication ofonlered in tract a little anxiety to give up full pay and nil fearfullr burnMl. hnr h.tu npproprl- una that he was lost. His torture was ter- prominent agitators from that place, as tion oy cie Mpnai t orps. .Mr. island s reso- ply of the Directors of the Penitentiary any of them are y A Great Street Car Strike. active service pay and fatallvrible, but nothing could be done to relieve well as reporters of lioth Tiicoma pajiers lution in lcinUnn to silver circulation and mental to cancel the contract, and n supple- retired service,for can not le known as vet. notifying the letter from the and that this bill is only New Yoisk, Feb. 4. Tho men' on tho him and he died in the wildest the poller of the Treasury Department was Directors that on ngonj. Tho Mayor 1st day of March Broadway, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh av- death bed scene is said to have been full of arrived here is estenlay. atid'it isWeisbach. adopted Sy a ote of 1W to n. a number of they would throw the their contract wiui next designed to open the retired list, now u of Tacomn. up K i freely as- bills werf reported, alter which the bill to also here, the enue struck, because of the refusal horrors that can hnidlv be described serted that he is engineering the movement. abolish certain fees tor olllclal service to State Communication of the Governor and limited by law, for the benefit of a FEAR KILLED HIM. accompanying documents were onlered small number of officers. But it really The rejiort that the Knights of Laltor head- America acof thorcompany to' operate ceN was conidered in 'In- Committee printed, and were ed the mob to expel the Chinese seems to the whole. Pending action on the on Penitentiary rcfeirod to offered a Joint does much more. It offers a premium AAIanlUtten by a iog Mx MontlU At;o cording to the recently adopted Mr. Roles ENGLISH RIOTERS. have no foundation While lnemlKT- - of bill, tbo committee rose at 3..T0 and resolved resolution calling for nil information In re- an applications for retirement. It gives Six hundred drivers and conducTaken Ilia Own Ufc. s . to tho that organization were in is tors and 2X) stablemen and hitchers emto Tbr Carlton House and I'all Jlnll Gazette no evidence whatever thatthe mob, there as itself into committee onpnrts bill nrelating of gard up convict labor contracts from Mav it, the applicant the pay of the grade Sew Yokk, Feb. o.TiviUiam. J. Higgins, ployed by'tue Broadway ami Seventh avegallon taxationof lructional of the Knights l.sso. to the time of the present contract, above his own. Ofllce llowlclcretl Seeral streets com spirit. Without action the an organization were connected withtlu There is much comemploye.! in the saloon of Thomas Etitace, nue Railroad Company quuV.work at Itules .uspende-- l and resolution adopted ; mltteorose. und nt 6:15 the Houso adjourned. The bill to amend Section 2, Article 31. Chap plaint of the length of time that elapses, Looted. measure. o. li-- Water stiver, on was.bitteaiu the arm midnight. Tha' difficulty late thethe after- d Feb. 4. Senate. In the SenVASMGTlJX. ter 2!'. General Statutes, title "Crimes and was adjusted in London. Feb. . The meeting of tinem-pl- o by a dog six months ago. The wound was ate Executire communications, petitions and Punishment," relatftisr to Judges of Circuit during peace, between one promotion noon The company agreed to afixed schedTHROUGH THE ICE. w orkmeii in Trafalgar Square and Common Pleas and Chanc ry Courts, aud another. Hence there is good mi mortals were read. The bill providing for ,Sausei biiu niuch ule: of trips which will constitute a dav'a t Secretary was called up and and their connections with guardianships and reason to suppose that while an officer eoodeul-of fright. The work, and the pay for which shall be"$2 was the largest of its kind ever held. The An t;iiforttitiJth AlT.ilr Near r.raham. Ten- - a now taken up. discussed until 'i p. m . when it went over. administratorshlps. etc., was allow a Judge Mr who is within a few years of an exhes-e- e d per day. Stablemen, hostlers and switchers estimates as to the number of participant' Three 1'ersoiis Drowned. puld ra Hill tc ." iHtepedim. aro to work twelve and a half hours, vary, hut good judges say that fully loO.Oud The Dakota bill was then considered. Senator act moved to amend sous to child Adopted. pected advancement in grade might for his own 7. The news NfxxELi.hr, Tksx., Feb. Harrisn speaking nt length. The report of Mr Martin moved to amend so as to nllow with two hours for meals. Old were present. On dispersing the crowd reached this place ut noon that Mr. the Bliectors of the Union Pacific was re- him to act - guardian for his own family prefer to wait for it, officers who have JX u La'stir"!nff H'SSin .saubwtho employes will receive 812 .per week, smashed the windows of the Carlton and ceived from the President, and at Sm p. ill. Adopted. The bill a- - amended was pased. threemen.Vs if ca.?.5llv, just received a promotion ma' be glad ..hegot:upnd iventoutr-d-f the door into tfio and new men J 1 1.60 per .week the first six other clubs, anil also thoso of the l Mall Slater, wife of Fred Sinter, was drowned in the Senato adjourned. il Hot -- i. -- Not in of a rate of pay to take Millcreek. near Graham- Station Mr. months. The cars began running soon Hocst In rBSiS,e,'nc" 3i.thf ? hwrd ree after 4 o'clock. During the afternoon the (inzflte office. It is believed that tho Slater, w ho is employed by the Warner Iron tees brought the Houseof tho call of commitFit v.NKitniT, no bill Importance. Hills was transacted leb. 2. Nothing of importance higher than the one on which they are in either house. line ac- smashing of the windows was tho Company to run the pump which conveys were paed to divide the Katern Judicial likely to remain for years, especially as thrtt Hlggiiis wa- - footing a dogout-- u Broadway anil Seventh-avenuforeigners. of The KitiMtiORT. Feb. workDistrict Srs vte The bil they would get this pay with absolute Arkansas, to fol.,n,!' however, that he had ceded to the demands of its men for $i2."i wont water to theXunnelley Mines, had taken his counties of Texas In Judicialrearnince certain making ft-a In districts, and to nj, which had been in Trafalhunsidf twro jmthe. brea,t, near the per day for twelve hours for drivers and men, after the meeting pa'-e- d by the House, was taken up for con freedom from active duty, and the full depositions The bill gar Square had broken up, formed in u family, wife and two little children, and rejrulatethe taking-oconductors, and 12.25 per week Instead p the head, with to secure the pavmect of State claims was s deration and was passed without much op command of their time. Thus each gone out on tho ice. He' had his wife Tho Itodv and inarched through Piccadilly. RepiMol. Ue almosD $11.50 for hostlers and stablemen. The Senate took up the special without action. At cars began running about 2:30 p. m. These gent and Oxford streets, smashing tho and two children ou a small sled, and discussec.the Dlngley shipping lWp.m. de- order of the da v. n bill thut proposes to gtr set of promotions might be followed bute on bill was rewns carry ing them up the pond on the ice sumed, nnd w mdow s of the houses along the route Arterms begin February 15. e attempt the iiarterl courts of this State concurrent by temptations to retire, and these, in passed. An the riving in front of the War Office, some of and the colored girl was walking close to fix a cay Jurisdiction with circuit courts in inturn, by others, so keeping the service tho sled The bad ascended the John Potter for the consideration of the l'ttz volving under $.'iP. Mr .1 It. W. Smithsuits the leaders made a iush, as if to enter the bill tailed, and at liUp. m. tho offered Welsh Landlords Combine.pond nlKiut BURNED IN THEIR BEDS. as an amendment that the Ot of Louisville constantly unsettled. of a mile, ami Houso adjourned. , Feb. 4. The principal landlords building, but were deterred by the threatLoion-HI- - motion was agree be exceited . to ening attitude of tho sentry stationed finding the ice rapidly meltum they de But even were as little advantage Feb, 5 Sen te Senator amendments were otlered in AVales have combined to resist the de- there, who brought his bayonet to a charge. cided to return home." but this couchi-io- n An 1,'uliie ,",,nJ;JrIiiJuwa,CreniatediQUio Seweli's bill relating to the annual approprla- - few nil otherSenutor Poland moitd that and taken of the privileges of the scheme as the Several shops along the line of march were was reached too late. Just us tho sled uojiiormc mum was passed, iiie mil tor rejected, and mand of the Farmers' League for a reduc'bill and amendments be laid upon the table. its projectors secui to expect, it is none ituiiisrhrllouce. looted lv the mob. nnd the windows of stopped, the ie gave wav and the unfortu tion of twenty-fivper cent, ia farw This niotlon was lost by a vote of 19 to 11. tlie Ieg basadj)u.raAuiyilinil principle-"WhitliK JL)erimf.hiro Club, tbs houses of Mr. nate family wencundor.. The colored fcirlJ Albert Coolevn In pfoclaiminfflTeirdeciMon ice MfJolords' Nearly everjrSenator then wanted tonifmnd afVaFScd bra anil Mr. JoUn Money, tho new should theSoost experienced offin iu tliobiil by excepting his own counties. They miles from bore, declare they regret that the Farmers'League Arnold Secretary for Ireland." and other ptuni and no siiiKiu. wasrusueu xor .no ycss,1i nays. Tho credentials of sled, Chief she too carried were recommitted to the Committee on cers in the scvviceTbo invited to leave with his entire family, consisting of his has adopted the fal?o assumption that thtro private dwellings were smashed. Peaceful of SVnator Sherman wero presented by Mr. the ice. Mr. Slater, after manv Courts of Justice. The bill was l'ayue. fcenate adjourned till Monday. wifej tyro otg and one HtUe girl, were all is a natural antagonism between landlords tituens sought refuge from the mob by unsuccessful rescu' attempts to taken up and. on motion, was considered in it, and be even tempted by the prosand tenants. Tho landlords add that, while lleeing into the stores and houses. Tho the wife and children from the water, Hoi SE. Mesr. CuSbertson. of Texas, and Committee ut the Whole. The bill was its pect of retiring on higher rank aud burned to death in their bom-- last night. tboy aro rents which is about ten feet deep, cried for help Hammond, of Georgia, were appointed to All fcrrod to the Committee on Judiciary to ex p.ry? The knowledge gained by the appeared to le utterly powerless. Nothing definite is known of the horrible accordingwilling to reduce individualparticits to the exigencies of each Several of their number were severely and was heard by two gentlemen. wh vacancies on the Committee of American" amine st. constitutionality. Providing affair, except, thur tbo children bndl-e-stp. Mr Itiindall. from the Hills introduced: Jim that actual command of large bodies of ular case.thcy are determined to absolutely bandied by the rioter-- . The mob came to a reached him just In time to save htm and Shipping Inten Appropriations, MCk and the parents hud been up rt ported tho no pcr-oi- i shall be eligible for the office of troop in a long war will disappear with decline to recognize the League. Park, where another meeting the oldest child, nlxmt two years of age. Committee on halt at Hyde Mil which appropriCounty Superiniendei t ot Schools unices he from the service fast enough by natural was helil Socialists and other speakers The wife, colored girl and baby, eight pension appropriation ?l.i.tjM.i) has a $75,751.t0, an increase coalsffrbm the? certificate from a County or months old, were drowned Tho liabv was ates jear. The l'ttz John ofPorter Dill over State Hoard of Education: alo. that do casualties and bv the enforced retiremost vionddressedthe meeting, using tho The Ohio Senate. was last ahcladjoitiiugtIiet Uopte found n s hort time afterward, and Dr. made a continuing special order from Thurslent and abusive language against the Govtouuty Superintendent shall either directly ment for age. There are many officers CoLrtr.r3, a.jFeb. 4. Tho Ohio Senato ernment. Thompson was called in, but reached the day, February 11. until Thursday. lYbruary or Indirectly act as the agent of any publishtinaiij ftumed the house and famih-- . Tho has adopted. av compromise measure ing house. Providing that the County Su- in the arniy only a little more than baby too lato to restore life. The other l(i. and the House mi journed till Monday. bouse was a j log, with an attic. Ix Committees The Senate Committee on Cenntendent shall sCrVe four vcars. and to fortv year old, who served during the seats. Tho present two bodies were found this evening. WITHOUT A HISTORY. Education has reported a bill for the apmust have c rtlHcates from tha civil war, and are now in tho prime of Commifteo on" Privileges and Elections ( ouiity Judge. ( ounty Clerk, und l ountv Atpointment of five commissioners to Investiwill be increased by tho addition of two A I'emalp Swindler AVlio 1'nzles the Frightful Runaway. Aged Lsdy Bordered and Burned. gate the alcoholic liquor trallic The House torney, who shall form n Hoard of Examina life. Being thus full of the possibility Republicans t5 be named by"President Bostox, Feb. ".About seven o'clock Committee on Military Affairs decided to re- tion. To repeal the law which allows $75 per of usefulness for many years to come, Police Her Great Succe. iLitTix's Feukv, O., Feb. 5. Miss Befcsy Kennedy. This committee wrill appoint port favorably the bill for the protection of year for the maintenance of each pauiei and in sound health, such officers apPniLADEl-riilA- . Feb. a. The police hnvo this evening Joseph Aronon and his niece, the people of Arizona nnd New Mexico, idiot. Jjob'nn eccentric lady eighty years of age, from its members a of six lived near jMount Pleasant, ''Jefferson (three Democrats and three Republicans) captured a female swindler who puzzles while dnving, turned from Beacon street which provides for the organization of a regFiiv.MtroitT, Feb 4 Sevte. The bill to parently should not bo allowed to top of volunteer s of an inCounty, almost all her life. She lived to take testimony in the contested cases them. IiOttie Swiegart, a young nnd pret- into Tremout. The sleigh runners scraped imentyear's service. cavalrj in each Territory prohibit the sale of dcadlj weapons passed. aside, enjoying matter of ty girl, who has victimized scores of storennd report The b to make gambling a felony was made creased pay through the remainder of the car tracks and made a noise which for a alone, and had no immediate neighbors, allowing thoto the Senate. The WAbHi.NfiTON. Feb. 8. Senate. The ComHamilton County members to tho special order for next Tuesday. life, even should they desire to do ttuu aiways expressed Herself as feeling se- vote on their own cases has not been set- keepers in this city, has been representing frightened the horse. th.e cutter was over- mittee on Privileges and Elections reported Hot.sK. The bill '. Stm. turned and Aronson and neice thrown a bill fixing the time for the meeting of Con- bated till day, but without conclusion. i df cure in her isolation." Jicr bouse was dis- tled. herself as an actress, but she has been leadinto the street The horse gress ;n ISsS", and ever second jear therecovered to be on fire yesterdav morning, ing a deolutc life in this city for n long ran FuiNKiouT. Kv . Feb. .'. St.s vte The up the sidewalk through but too late to save it. When the fire had The Origin of the Conscience Fund. time. Although the girl has been so October, and In Senate did practically nothing to far as; AN UNBLUSHING STATESMAN. the first Mondaj - successful, she is said to ben novice, and n dense crowd ofpeople who wero gathered after, on every second yearin V reaching results concerned. F Neat, WAsniNGTOif, Feb. 4. There was laid bethereafter, on the of Adair, Hepubllcaii' offered the . following John sdiermxti miB of thold at the Tremont Temple, another l&sj, and Monday .... o ...:has never before been arrested. She crowd door of of Horticultural Hall, Make Statements Which .!,- nirned sto crbi,. I I, In November The second ij in front and joint resolution, which under the rules lie Ought to Slake a Cucumber Tarn CrimsutmosedJthtStfcaoW wV hSH - retary oL the Treasury in reply to a recent is totally unknown to the police, stream of people turning into Bromfielda on the Library reported a resolution 'Wheiea-- , (,rav e and serious r one dav ovi home one who had murdered' and robbed and all that-i- known of her history is fur- and Winter stieets to go to the son. providing that marble busts of tho Vice Presisacred the old lady, as she alwavs kept large nished by Mrs. Nickerson, with whom she the I'nited States shall be placed In charges are being inmle through the public in Music Hall, scattering them right dents of niches in the Senate Chamber. Mr. prtss ot Hie State against Hon. Thomas Senator John Sherman, when adamounts vacant conscience fund. Tho "conscience fund," boarded. at No. 'Mi North Tenth street, who the place. An were tnrown into InyiiU's offer a resolution looking to tho Henry, Clerk of the Court of Appeals, to tho dressing is being made. the Secretary says, had its origin in tho states that the girl claimed Louisville, Ky , iiiiuiciL .uiiny people narrowly the Ohio Legislature the other effect that he is guilty of conduct unbecomstreet, others requirement of r ' -- father thejumpingwhile doorways. About escaped lar United Statestho issue of one and two dol- ing an ollicer. and has y'rtually vacated and day, was kind enough to speak well of popular belief that tho donations of money as her home, and that her ' by notes There was a lively tHrmed out his office. into r i :rcr 1A. fiftenn ' J.- received from persons unknown were be- was n famous cattle breeder and Thercforothat justice inquiry offered a resolution Seweli's Militia Bill. cause of money wrongfullv withheld from stock raiser in that State. The money fur-. people were injured, and a large number discussion of in relation of an alleged dis- may be done Mr. Henry, and the people of the New York election laws as safeto byMr. Eustls, fainted may know, as they have a right to tho nished for her support, she told Mrs-the Government. Tho first crimination nealnst silver by the Assis ant the State "Washixctox? "Feb. f5. Senator Seweli's credit of tho fund was,"made item to and-th- Nickerson, came from her grandfather.who whether nre true false. guards against fraudulent voting. He in 1S42, Treasurer at New Orleans. Mr. Illalr tried to know,enacted bysaid charges Assemblyorof tho held up the Rabid Dog and a He It Shot. Tnilitia bill, which passedtheenateio-day- , New York sj'stem tis an exlived in Germantown. but whoe name she get up the educational bill, which was the Commonwealth tho (.cm ral fund now amounts to $220,0W. of Kentucky: AiorsTA, Ga., Feb. 7. A terrible scene regular order, and Mr. Hoar gave notico mittee of two Senators nnd threeThat a com- ample for Ohio to imitate. The purity provide? for an annual- - 'appropriation of refused to disclose. She is in jnil unable to Representsecure i2,TM bail. was witnessed at the corner of Reynolds that lio would afterwards call up the $0U0lWpr ie ftirf os6 of iirovidiug arms Killed by a Falling Gate. sufficientA bill was passed provl'ingfor atives be appointed by the Speaker of each and Forsytho streets Inst evening, when it the sale of certain property In Chicago to house respectively, who shall have the right of the ballot, he thinks, is not allonlctores,q,uartenlaterb, stores Evaxsyimx, Ixd., Feb. 4. A distressing to sumtn ns and examine witnesses, the ly protcted in Ohio: camp enuirwurc for thn mtitHn tY. . and Contesting a Will. grasped a boy named Jimmy the Chicago and Cireat Western itailroud. summons to be executed bv an ollicer of this huge of W.. F. " The time hns arrived when both political propriatiori t'olo apportioned among the accident occurred on the farm Eustis resolution was again taken State to whom directed anil having power to New Yohk. Feb. S. When Hannah H. Gnllagher. Catching the boy up in his The the Educational Grady, situated'on tho". Spotsville road, narties going over address themselves to ... nuu icrniories. ,"So four miles from Henderson, Ky.,in which Sands died at Port Chester. N Y . last May, mouth tho dog shook him like'a rat as he up. unfinished business. bill Teller spoke execute same, and report to this Assembly question,shouldprevent fraudulent voting. this For and Mr. .kgeTew"Rlmn eceiv,is- - share Harvey as ear n- - practicable as to said charges, myseir, f could never see In State affairs that ran down the street. Crowds collected, as against the policy of the Secretary of tho Gradv, aged eleven years, was aged seventy, about f 100,000 in money and which maddened tho animal. A shot-m..; appropriation mili- "Scasury w'itn regard to silver. Mr Gorman and if true what step- - should be taken in the politics should be brought into play It is killed. The boy started from home , securities was fonnd sewed up in the seam was brought into play, when the dog .!.. matter by the General Assemblv." ia force numlerh at (liferent with great National questions. In Mr. Sherman, Hoi'sb. The House continued the dred men forveach Senator least one hun- pn?Sxi"rand, and in opening a large gato of an old skirt lielonging to her. She was ned tho lacerated chHid and dasheu into tho defended the Administration. State afftiirs you should be patriotic regard,and Represen- tnVjbejroad the screws were drawn out of In defining the duties of Treasury olliclals, bill until 3.:sj, less of political nlfillrttlons. and regard this tative to whichit is entitled in Congress. crowd, biting left and right. Another shot was turned to a vigorous discusioii of the when a vote was reached, resulting vcas 47, also-thowner of, real ijstate, largely question from tho same standpoint. It Is aptho post, which is considerably decayed, s Senate's Inquiry for "reason" from the Exthe tnivs 42, of property in the Bowery, worth blewlive. dog brains out. The child can ecutive Departments by an observation of ceived and the bill was lost, not having re- parent thut thcro ought to bo a general revistbejjate fell on tho boy's head in such a not the constitutional majoritv of 51 votes ion of the election laws. Tho purity of the -Messrs. Pugh and Morgan Mr. Morrill's. ffa.y.kjta break his neck, causing instant W00,000. She was known as a miser, who y pass a bill appropriating more ballot Is dependent upon single districts aud 'NlBSifCarExpIn! death. Joined In the debate, which closed at -4:10 p. tlianflOU. to for fourteen years had worn calico The Whipping-Pos- t The friends of the measure will small voting precincts. Tlie occurrences and Pillory. m Mr. Eustl- went iv asiiinotox, Feb. 5. A curious accident m., and the resolution of " dresses and cowhide boots, and for fight for a reconsideration and another vote. which have happened recently should NiwCssTiE, Del., Feb. 7. Harrison and over until After an executiie Family of Eight Frozen to Death. happened to a Pullman palace twenty years had not ridden in a conmen or all political opinions that a radlasted until 0 p. m.,thc Senate sleeping-caMincrllancniiH Items. ical change should be maie." The car. which is heated by jfeLrxcoLX, Neb., Feb. 4. Advices from veyance of any kind. She bequeathed the William Itothwell, John Peacham and sess'on. which r. adjourned. her property her Cuvixotox want a good water supply, This plea for honest voting, for the was tho regular call of the ftatH, VasWauding on the track and was GeneTrfstato ttfat tho bodies of a man, bulk of Martin Brown,to and nephews, John George Norn's, all colored, and Frank Play-for- Hol'se. There Introduction A. aud to James and were publicly whipped on their bare States Tor the of bills. The independent of that furnished by New port purity of the ballot; for additional being heated prior to being, sent out. The woBian-ansix chlldren.were found frozen Wm.Punly, who were not relnted to her. on Accounts reported adversely backs in the Newcastle yesterdav Committee "wwtetintheqnpes'bad froren during'the stiffonc the prairie, near Obcrlin, Kas., Charles "tt . and Mary li. Brown, of MilwauThe State Senate has passed the bill pro- safeguards against fraud in dcctions, abolishing all mileage fees morning, receiving from five to twenty-lashe- a joint resolution each night, uud when the fires were started this yeienlay. They are supposed to bea sian kee, her niece and nephew, who sounds strange enough from the lips of member of Congress hibiting the sale of certain deadly wenjon received and authorizing each. Edwin J. Hollingsworth was morning the apparatus Exploded with a BamedJjemmon and his family, wbostarted small bequests cotitested the will on the clerk. It to confined one hour in the pillory. Tho the employ a by request. was placed on in this State. Iu provides that any person the statesman who was the chief proloud report, blowing out the entire end of in an emigrnnt wagon for Oberlin just beCommitThe calendar ground that their aunt was of unsound thermometer was near 7cro, adding naturthe car. Some who shall hereafter sell a pistol, bowie moter in Louisiana of the fraud by thedeliri? struck hoiss reported a resolution callnot been near by awl Tlamaged them 'materiallvl fore thorecent blizzard, and have Lemmon mind. Tho will was admittedan to probate ally to the legal punishment and greatly tee on LaborPostmaster General for in- knife, ing on the s since. A brother of heard from or slung-sho- which the vote of that State was stolen appeal hns aggravating the process of torture. in West Chester County, and r TbS gf cariuneslimated.atj(ltir has gone to Oberlin from Geneva toA identi- Ixjen taken. formation in regard to the shall, on conviction, be fined not less ten years ago, and who received as his comThe satno law and tho " IB fy tho bodies. nay the olfica of Secretary of the mittee rejiortcd a bill constituting eight than i" nor more than ?Ki, or imprisonWoman Found Murdered. Remarkable Case of Devo'ion. A MirteTerTorPioney hours a day's w ork for all laborers cnploj ed ment from ten to thirty days, or both fined Treasury But Sherman did not blush. Hanged. The Hoistinj of the German Flag. Feb. 7. Mrs. F. Lippert was by tho United States. The Houso at 4:10 went St. Loris, CoEEMtas, O., Feb. S.- -A remarkable inThen the unblushing statesman went Into committee of the wholtjon tho fractional and imprisoned, in the jury's discretion. TEK,Cou,FelK5. Si jMinicJi, one San Fuaxcisco, Feb. 4 Captain Hensons stance of a woman's devotion to a criminal found last night by her husband nt gallon liquor tax bill No was reached, Legiep,-onoLUSftKre mehwho murdered' 'Samuel who arrivediat of the islands husband came to light in police Dave Osw Ai.t, of Louisville, mourns the on to compliment the man wiiora he Centreville, seven miles south of when the committee roseaction the House adcircles last and relates, loss of Lilly, an imported Russian mastiff helped to defraud: bitober6, of the "Marshall Group, yesterday "Legiep night. Officer Clifford, in his rounds Belleville, III., in an uucouscious condition. journed. o'f m m "I invite your attention to tho example set 18M, for$I,JQ0, was hanged ip Leadville the clrcuinstances'of theserzure' Ha bitch. Lilly was valued nt iV). The aniAn examination of her body showed a by Germany last September. states found and apparently by tho great State of New York. In that No Parade St. Patrick's Day. this afternoonr Up lo'festerdav evening that the Genaaa'-Victhat she had been Btruck ou tho mal was but six months old and weighed State, in IMS great frauds were perpetrated Consul, a captain vounir woman on the streets, who Minich exjiectc'd Governor Eatoh to Chicago, Feb, . St. Patrick's Day will 100 pounds. She was four feet in height by a man whose name will bo repudiated by and thirty ,iraed mea; landed ..from Ger- was nearly dead from cold and hunger. temple with a rock, and had sustained u to" life imprisonment. warship", "and "raised the" German Attne uity rrisou she gave the name of fracture of the skull, which resulted in her not be celebrated in Chicago with a parade. and measured nearly six feet from tip to any party Ross Teed Then It wns that man men of both political parties went to work He ascendedXo Svcaffold with, a cigar in flag, agaiust the protest of Mr. C. H. Mrs. Mary Pinuey, aud it was learned that death ut? o'clock this morning. Tho per- The subject been largely discussed in remarkable sio and beauty of and reformed their election laws. If it had hismoutbVasmtte'dn'his frice."and was an American, who is one of the tbreo the wad the wife of a convict who was sent son wvo threw the stono is unknown, as is Irish circles. has majority oppose it, giving tip. The was A such that she attracted great not been dono civil war would have been in, launchod into eternitv denying his guilt to Caucasians engaged in business "on tba up to the penitcntinry about two mouths also tfio cause of tho assault. as a reason that tho money expended could tho beast evitable Men of both parties resolved upon tholast., attention. The party, after being on the ago, from Ashtabula, for grand Inrceucy. i ' island. reformation, and It resulted In the best elecbe placed in the Parnell Fund for the relief Greece. ruinates, took r, the She came to this city to" find emolovment. island abour forty-fivIn of the poor and oppressed in Ireland. The Nelson Hendricks, a negro living two tion law In tho world. they tho dispute, last election, flag down-anover tQttMi warship, so as to be in tho same city with h'er hus.returned rjy.D.wcees. Below Zero. Athens. Feb. 7. Greece has informed Irish clergy universally oppose street pa- miles from London, beathis wife ami drove fall, vote, the the matter wasawaited the off!-l and ended. One or which priceecled tor other iilaps In the band,' and soon became 'penniless in a atrades at tho present time. Different Irish her from home the other night- She TVAiiaojv.vNOi', FeK was the most distinguished men to bring about this mercurr gVoup, and" repeated similar desaonstra. strange city. She had spent two nights in the Porte that she has no intention of societies will bold meetings on the 14tb tacking Turkey. was Samuol J. Tildcu, and I am glad refonn tions on each of them. insL, at which timo the subject will be dis- found dead in the snow near his houso next to speak ol It here." the streets. JL i fciUrS.. r V i. !! morning. cussed. At this point the Ohio legislators Lizzie May Olner Becomes f$i. Recrutting for Texas. To Vacate the,BelKTelehone Patent. Whole Family Down with Small-PoIt, A. Burton, county judge, and Samuel , ,PiTT.spi;HGH, tPa., FeK 4. M"ss J.Ixzie WAsnp-GioxThe purified fat of sheep s wool, Averitt, lawyer, Lebanon, fought desper-ntcl- y burst into applause. Perhaps it was Chicago, Feb. S. Six cases of small-poFeb. 5. Solicitor-Genera- l Worth, Feb. 7. A company of Fort theprp.ara4on May Ulmer, ho is playing in "Dad's Girl" were reported to tho health department to- United States soldiers came in yesterday which has been introduced into the Goo4f at a bank directors' meeting. Burton the name of Tilden that provoked the Perhaps of a bin to oe fifed against ho American lat Library Hall, fainted last night after the day. They were discovered at 2515 Archpr. for Fort Concho, Tex. They are drug market under the narno of lano- had his throat gashed seriously, and Aver- demonstration. elections it was the are purer in statement that rw avenue, in a German family named Weit-ze-l, fifty in number and are from the barracks lin, is said to possess remarkable sus- itt s head is in a sling. Bell Telephone Compauy.to vacate and an- cloSebTTh6 'performance, "and Jos. Weitzel, tho father, Catherine, his nul its parent. Hesys that the suit will gaining consciousness was totally.' blind. Ix the Circuit Court at Louisville, the New York than in Ohio or Louisiana, at Columbus, where they had been re- ceptibility to aWorption by the skin. Perhaps it was the conbe 4ttirt.as'B6onas"1liepapr?ca'ri'bo She was confined to hertooai, in gtf Paul, wife,""and four children tVo boys and two cruited. Several of the soldiers stated that "When one thousand parts of it aro othtr morning, Ed, Kennedy, the diamond for example. weeks wjt"a iritis, apd tbitrettpse is girls, whoso ages range from five to nineprQ8d., ad . that i aos docisiot. will '.hi for six a severe cold arid too early summate audacity which enabled John recruiting officers had been instructed to mixed with one part of a soluble metalthief who operated there in conjunction fewrtion. teen years are all attacked with the disease Tf fke W &&v4 UhH place M wbringing J due to . his heels eulist all the available men at once, and it lic substance Sherman to keep his blood t it until alf the papers are ready. and applied to the scalp, a. wilh Charles "Wilson, of Cincinnati. ..en- while awakening memoriesin shameful was reported that trouble with Mexico on Never Teak Medicine. rf; A Runaway Freight Train. tered a plea of guilty and was sentenced the border was.a possibility at no distant metallic taste is noticed in the mouth IfELSONviLLE, O., Feb. 4. There died here within a few minntes. It is thonpht to eight years in the penitentiary. Ken enough to have made a cucumber turn St. Locis. Feb. S. A freight train iroin yesterday, of old ge, a remarkable old up a steep grade in St. Louis broke in two. day. St. the substance will bo of great value for nedy stole in all fa.000 worth of diamonds. crimson. He never blushed. lady-M- rs. Abigail CraTne, agM eTKmybneS The rear part dnshed down towards the Did any man or woman living ever and jewelry m that city, most of which was ointments. iV. y. Sun. Bhaiiad naveistakea a dose of raedtcine or river at a fearful rate. A number of the Cholera. recaptured. Wilson pleaded guilty a few see tne coior of conscious guilt come been sick one hour in her life. She wax one cars were splintered nnd several houses MsPrid, Feb. 7. Several deaths from Boston policemen make impressive days before and got into John Sherman's cheeks? X. Y. of the early pioneers of Hocking Valley, wrecked. one year. cholera are reported at Tarifa. ward of three thousand roubles. remarks, which find their wav into and universally esteemed, i Dan Kellt, aged thirty-fivCarlisle, Sun. 7 rr .? , . print, to the edification of the public. was run down and killed, promenading tho A Monster Mining Enterprise. i A Suicide Successful in Another Way. The twiiieM Fira-- r the Week. Its Policy Fixed. Frightful Tobegganainf AcekJet. A friend writes this of one of our own: railroad. 8t. Pacx, Feb. S. A mining company, New YortK, Feb. 5. The business failure IxniAXAfOEis, Feb. 7. Tho body of a walked with a New York policeman I Toroxto, Pxt., Feb. 4. A toboggan, with a capital of ?5,000,000, has been incor- man was found in Pleasant Run, near tho A horse driven to a sleigh by Dr. The decision of the House Commitwith.' bub aad three women aboard, was porated at Helena, Mont. It will contain Cawe'n ran away in the western part of tee on city, this afternoon. He had attempted to along a block, discussing the wickedReform to report down the syeehere started on thirty-seveness of the great city. His Johnsonian Louisville the other morning. After dashgold aud silver lodes sixteen and 3 the week previous to the last. yesterday before it was noticed b.. ihn miles from Helena. Some of the principal commit suicide by banging himself from English soon took adversely Mr. Senoy's bill for the a tree overhanging the stream. The rope mv oar. He con- ing the sleigh to pieces the horse ran up a jgat near the bottom was closed.' The to- moneyed men St. Paul and SPStwtfJuTdfotAbe whole to the of tho reform law will probably nfVMThjt State are famished number. boggan struck the obstruction with terrific Minneapolis arcof Helena, incorporators, broke nnd he was precipitated twenty-fiv- e bed cluded the discussion with: 'The trouble narrow stairway into a hall of a business by the among the of the creek. of it is, you sec, this citv is the entrv-po- tt block, the animal was unhurt, and walked end the idle chatter about doing away torce. one woman's skull was crwked and and the property includes the famous North years old, nnd He was about SoatiHTBTWesterH and Pacific States. his name is the pthet' women: were frightfully ca about and South Pacific lodes, the Mammoth papers found on his person, supposed, from of a conglomerated lot of hete- down head foremost in safety. with that measure. While there has to be Jobnnnes the bead. The man escaped injury. rogeneous Flag and others of tho Itussell Abe. American cosmopolitans.' "Boston At Bowling Green, Frank Caldwell, Mon- not been a time since Its passage when group of mine. It. JT. Jb. Globe. Mo-roe Hamilton aud Charlie Blackburn, col- a proposition' to wipe it out stood any Arreat'e far Heavy Ftrferlei . iHitf-nirtA Filibustering Expedition. ofS"01" Pecamier, a Mexican capi- ored, havo been arrested on suspicion of prospect of adoption, so many threats Coin Counterfeiters. two iCzw York, Feb. 7. A filibustering of e having murdered Jake Keel, a missing ne- have been indulged in that the Greeley, CoK, arnved here this morning, rl deficiency. Cincinnati, Feb. S. The chief detective men, which talist, has a mortgage on Popocatapetl gro. twenty-fiv- e and left for borne action of the House commttee, Mi. U MllUAwl with CaaUin A. of the Treasury Department is on tho track sailed consisting of its sulphur mines, but is a little from New York, is'reportcd to bavo and fce CMrt ( ChMekl BewieM v C. Williams, who it is alleged. tai tofiT of an extensive gang of coin counterfeit- gone to reinforce the revolutionary moveJames Tiubve, prominent citizen of composed of stalwart Democrats a it apprehensive that an earthquake or IhtPeatMtoftt Greeley, Dearer aad Como, CoL. far f effect of quiptiug all ers, who have their headquarters in this ment in Honduras. eruption may "lift" the incum-brasc- Louisville, is dead, aged eighty-fou- r an vearx is, will have the KeryatsTegatiBf flA,000. city. agitation of the aabject. i- i J.4, DEMONS' 1V0JBK - in nr HICKMAN, FULTON CODNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY SAW SATAN. GETTING RID OF CHINESE. Mob In Orrpin .tlc.nplIiS to Clear To-da- ETC., BTO 12. 1836.' VOL. XXI.-S5- " 19. i ix AJtTi aiiHJ .num. Civil-Service ir ." -- A DESPERATE AFFAIR, XLIXTH COXGItESS. THE COMMONWEALTH. ANOTHER ?:.. tf i.. -- , to-h- - k.-t- utg r"-'ht- , over-stimulat- - 2;,'! -- .r G- substl-U"flr-M- r. his-nec- -- k, out-mnndi- ,,,, ei-u- er i.h -- 0 reTo the extent that form has been embodied in law, it meets the general approval of the people. It has been applied as yet to not more than fifteen per cent, of the employe": of the Government. Beyond these nothing but the promises and the' policy of the President prevent n clean sweep at any time. ith the law in force certain faithful employes are secure in their positions during good behavior, no matter which party may be iu the ascendancy, and the political managers are powerless to blackmail them for campaign purposes. The repeal of tho law, "even it it could be effected, would not change the policy of the present Administration ,, in the fix: on the.partyjre- least. and-iKwoul- - .- SDonsible-fu- r' C'ommlttee-on-the-'GenentbNiitiit- e- - e aw. FOVJgCugl GOVERNMENT WAGES. it.a et - :,' A Suggestion nt siliould Not Ilo Higher Than If the Were "Private Individuals." Tlint the Iteimtneratlon Km-ploy- et - -- npprrt-priale- br I'lt-r- re iK-a- ! A- Kun-dal- l, iKml-tentlur- - - Ii.u ej appro-pnati- l-- ,nr.l r"""' - ..".V iifn.i. -. Prlvi-ifjre- There was force in the suggestion of 'the printers employed in the Government Printing Office at Washington that they were as well entitled to higher wages than were paid to printers in private employ as the clerk;, in the department are to higher salaries than individuals and private corporations pay for the same kind of work. The force of the suggestion is not of a kjnd to strengthen the demand of the print ers. It does not show or tend to show that they should receive higher wages for their work because they are iu Government service than thoy would for the same work in private employ. But it docs show that the Government clerks d .,- les-e- es nece-aril- - iu-jur- "three-fourt- el es in to-da- y tbe'-roa- d coiu-tnlttee- - timo-hedul- e. 5 Fourth-avenueToa- t-- to-da- y incon-yeniencela- na Assls-un- go-ma- to-da- y a- I'-il- - scs-Io- three-fourt- hs ieft e !1. fea.fi,,,7"tfof t k1iai4a farmepjrt-rsTaingithr- - dil J?djpi.w n. mca-ur- le-hin- d - three-quarter- s Washi5-5to.n- 1 (rrHiUrr.. e a-nt- y le-nen- th high-licens- e e i'hc 9?v9-oo,"-?,Jom- tlrst-cliis- s one-stor- - I'lilla-delph- i:. should bo governed by the same rule. It is not surprising that honest artisans and workingmen in the service not only of the United States but of the State and the city, should have their attention called to the fact that Government clerk are better paid than clerks in private life. Nor is it very, surprSing that they should conclude that thoy should receive similar consideration. But the true remedy for the irregularity is not in making tho workingmen employed by Government a favored class. It is in putting tha clerical force upon a proper basis in tha matter of wages. There is no sound reason why thrf Government of the Nation, the State, or the city, should pay any more for the service it requires than a private individual would have to pay for tho same service. Aud if it were not for the spoils system any overpayment of public employes would be condemned so strongly and generally that it could not possibly be continued. But for that system, indeed, the notion of such overpayment could uever have got itself established in practice. If it come to be regarded as neces- -' sary that a Government servaut should bear a particular party label, or that his employment should depend Tipon .considerations wholly distinct from his capacity or fitness, the idea of paying him anj more than a private eniploye would never have been entertained for a moment. If the civil service ever reaches the point as it one day may of absolute divorce from politics and the spoils system, this discrimination between public and private employment, which is one of the worst effects of the system, will be wiped out. A government wholly free in the manner of selecting its employes will not consent to pay more for service rendered than private employers do. Detroit Free had-ueve- r t Prest. m si three-fourth- A Radical Change.. " 11 so--X- . plciiro-pncumoiii- n uurned-iUelfjjifUj- e Tf-- '"' - "-j- .:.-.n--, 1 Com-mitt- r. i con-ic- rt Well-Direct- Iiank-ruptcybl- ll. bull-do- g ... unK-ssiu-s pleuro-pncuiiionf- n e cou-sisti- a nece-s'ir- con-viuc- o to-da- y The pebplc of the United States hardunder-liinwe should say. the magnitude of the change ""which came over the country with the election of Mr. Cleveland in regatd to one very important matter. Indeed, the change is of such a character and has taken place o completely that the people have adjusted themselves to it and do not perceive tlie evidences of it without some effort. We refer to the practical disappearance from our politics of what was known as the Southern question. The first year of the new Administration has not yet passed. The Cabinet, with its two prominent rebel Brigadiers" and the Delaware statesman who was charged to the Confederate account,-hnbeen unchanged. Congress has, met and reorganized. The public offices have undergone a considerable change. The South hits had full opportunity t" .issert that aggressive spirit which was supposed to be ready to break out as soon as the reins in the hands of Republicans were relaxed, and yet the old questions regarding tho war and the fruits of the Union victory are to all inly d, s d, jail-var- d s if SiSee dirk-knif- brass-knuck- t, eight-hou- letter-carrier- Mill-stnd- t, e J49iiliJBeiiielvnon well-dresse- d intel-liee- nt Mr. Boutelle's attempt to receive the dead sectional issue was met with such spirit and skill and good sense on the Democratic side that it mav be regarded as but a, momentary and wholly unsuccessful appeal to the old passions. The business of the country is going on, not as well as we Jould wish, certainly, but with no check and and no disturbance that can be attributed to the change in the Government and none that any intelligent person thinks of attributing to the influence of the South. Ar. i'. Times. tents and purpose not heard of. For e -- .,;;, 5,-r- bc e k d d '- i -- x. B3sjrad)in x un e -- - m m FMffiife fJS. .S.-g-roha rJex-CoUeeto- lSflo?$f; i -. ,t f e. desiriny lobe informed Mtomjr 'nlmsand are advised purposes' in my lata rullngf.-yot- i that I propose to execute the laws as they stand. Entry men or public lands nre required to comply with tho conditions prescribed by Iawr Their entries must be confirmed by this ofllce before patents can lasue. Thecctionof tho rejisier and rcce.verlnac-cepUnj- r proofs and Issuing cc tiUcat03 Is preliminary only, not filial or conclusive, out subject to review and final action by this office Conveyances after final and department. entry and fsuo ot receivers" rccO'Pt are allowable and Icjal as between ihe DHrtles, but a purchaser ivefore'pitent takes his own.risk. canThe Governmehi'has the rightand may cam-py i cel the entry for f or non auce wiih law. Those are, not. 'lnuojent purchasers, and have never been set rested in the piacUce or decisions of this department or by the courts. For yourfurthor ln-- J formation on this point vouare referred to, tho deciMon of Secretary Teller, In the case of ' C. P. Cogswell. 3 Ld , J. 1 do not proccse te conflrm fraudulent eutrlos If I know thain to tic so. Hnd I do propose to find out ihoM which are honest and to separate them from tbojo which aro found to be othurwl". and to have tbo honest entries patented aud th fraudulent canceled." raud.-llleznl't- Those Land Rulings. The Commissioner of the General M Land Office has written the folio wings letter to W. R. Green, a banker at Bangor, D. T.: "In reply to your letter of tlie 8th instant, e Civil-Sorvi- n re-ye- al r' - .i m errrr PiTTBBCiB,-Feb..4.-ieriffKe4a- ii, expe-.itio- n, unani-mous- A farmer, on being asked to wnto r, testimonial for a patent produced the following: "I and am bought your hugely pleased with it. I bought a jag of wood which proved too green ana nufit to burn; I ran the whole load , through your wringer, aud have used the wood for kindling ever since." Chicago Journal. a clothes-wringe- clothes-wringe- r, to-nig- ht to-te- iir-iufr- e. in With tt9 decadence of New England it is uoticed that ghot iV)ries are falling off. Bo9toa F&H. pie-eati- - ' "- -Jni - .s,""- U ,. ' "S V j7'"t-,S' TALMttE'S SERMON. - PrTerin .natnrethUwoi,in08- m8k9 np for erdsototho very last possibility of your will no peo-pl- a Fourth Discourse of th Sarlea on everything. Some of the best ths hardest to get in tho world are tlia "Marriage Ring-.people who the honsehold Tli Mutual Duties of Husband and Wire, With Suggestions on the Preservation of Domestic If armour and. Cui- a of HomePIeMurei. 4 v - Sr! re' give telcw the fourth of Rer. T. De- Witt 'Talroasre's series of, discourgevon t "TheMarrlaso Rrntr," 'deli verecilocently will bejrippin? each,otlier up, or pushing each other. down.f Jfarrfed life iintlersuch cirennfstancos wiH'"hthefsounling; of perpetual warhoop. In this course of sermons on "The Marriage Ring," I will today speak of the mutual duties of husband a ml wife, preparatory to discourses on their individual duties. A church within a church, a republic n republic, a world within a world, (SP. w"'l'n U spelled by four letters home! If things po right there, they go right everywhere; If things goTwronthers;'they' j67"vrbhg every wliereJTh door-sil- l of the dwelling-house Pf the foundation of Church and , Stato. Ajnan never gets higher than his Hfviimvri garrctor lower than his own cellar. jus In other words-- domestic life overarches and undergirds all other life. The highest bouse of Congress is the domestic circle; the rocking-chai- r in the nursery is higher than the throne. George Washington conimandedthe .forces' of 'the. TJuited x " but ""Martha States, Washing ton commnnded George. Chrysostom's mother made his pen for him. If a man bhould start out and run seventy years in a straight line, he could not get out from under the shadow of his own mantlepiece. 1 therefore talk to yon this morning about a matter of infinite and eternal moment when 1 speak of your home. As individuals we.are. fragments. God makes the race in part, and then he gradually puts us together. What I lack you make up; what you lack I make up: our deficits and surpluses of character being the in the great social mechanism. One person has the patience, another has the courage, another has the placidity, another has the enthusiasm; th.it'which is lacking in one is made up by another, pr made up by all. ItufTaloes in herd, grouse in broods, quails in flocks, tha human race in circles. God has most beautifully arranged this. It is in this way that he balances society; this conservative and .'that radical keeping things even. Every ship musthaveits mast, cutwater,, taffrail, 'ballast TbankGod, then, for Princeton nud -- Andover, for the opposites. I haveno more right to blame a man for ? 'being different from-mthan n driving-whehas a right to blame the iron shaft that holds it to the center. John Wesley balances Calvin's institutes. A cold thinker gives to Scotland the strong bones of theology; clothes them with a throbbing: heart and warm flesh. The difficulty Isthat we are not satisfied with just, the'work'tbat God has given us to do. The water-whewants to coma inside the mill nnd grind the grist and the hopper wants o go out and dabble in the water. Our - usefulness and the welfare of society depend upon our staying in just the place that God has put us or intended wo should occupy. ""For moro compactness", and that we may be more useful, we are gathered in still smaller circles in the home group. And there you have the same varieties again; brothers, isters, husband and wife, all different in temperament and tastes. It is fortunate that it should be so. If the husband be all impulse the wife must be all Jpne sister, be sanguine .in lher temperament the other must be iymnnatic. Mary .and Martha are ne cessifieg. Tfiara wriUbe no dinner for V Clirist1f "tliere 'be no Martha; there will be no audienco for Jesus if there be no Mary. The home organization is mot beautifully constructed. Eden i gone; . the.bowers are nlLbroken down; the that Adam 'stroked with his hand that morning when they came up to get their names have since shot forth tusk and $ 8tingtnnd growled panther at panther; nnd midair, iron beaks plunge till with clptt&d wing and the twain come whirling down from under the sun in blood and fire. Eden has gone, but there is just one little fragment left. It floated down on the river Hiddckel out of Paradise. It is the marriage institution. It does not, as at the beginning? takV' away from man a rib. Now it is an addition of ribs. This institution of marriage has been defamed in our day, and influences are abroad r . Turkishtrying to turn this earth into a harem. or a great Salt Lake City. W "Wiifle the pulpits have been comparatively silent, novels their cheapness only .witurtod by their hastiness are,, trying to educate, have taken upon themselves to educate, this Nation in regard to holy marriage, which makes or breaks for time and for eternity. Oh, this is not a 9- mere question of residence or wardrobe! It is a question charged with gigantic joy jirsarrow, jith Heaven or hell. Alas for wthis' new dispensation of George Sands! Alas for the mingling of the nightshade ..wjthp tfiey mar"Xliis for the venom riage garlntuls of adders spit into the tankards ! Alas for the white frosts of eternal death that kill the orange blossoms! The gospel of Jesus Christ is to assert what lrrigtat and to assert what is wrong. Attempt has been made to take tlie marriage institution, which was intended for thejuppiness and "elevation o'f the race, and make it a mere commercial enterprjsft--a- tt exchange of houses and lands arid equipage; a business partnership of two stuffed up with the' siones 01 romance and knight errantry, unfaithfulness and feminine angel-- i bood. The two" after awhile have roused up to find that Instead of the paradise theydreamed. of, they have got nothing t . -'but Amburgh's menagerie, filled with tigers and wild cats. Eighty thousand divorces in Paris in one year preceded the worst revolution that France ever saw. It was only, the first course in that 'gabawjnet;ef heUand I tell y 00 what yoi XTraowaawelTas do, that' wrong notions' on the subject of Christian marriage are the cause at this day of more moral God and man than any other In the Brooklyn Tabernacle. The,, text was: Z 2 Can two walk together, except they bo agreed Amos ill.. 3. c He safatiNo, Amos,"' they can not. They ' m &J , ' along with. There are and pray stand up in are uncompro like angels, whom athoma raising and cranky. You may not have everything just as yptt,want. it. it will be thejdaty of the husband nnd sometimss'of the wife to yield; but both stand puHCtiliously on your rights, and you wiUhave a Waterloo with no.Bluchor coining op at nightfall to decide the conflict. Never be ashamed to apologize when you have done wrong in domestic affairs. Let that be a law of your household. The best thing' I ever heard of mv grandfather, whom I never saw, was this: That once having unrighteously rebuked one of his children, he himself ha his patiencefand, perhaps, having been misinformed of the child's doing, found out his mistake, and in the evening of the same day gathered all his family together and said: "Now I have one explanation to make, and one thing to say. Thomas, this morning I rebuked you very unfairly. I am very sorry for it. I rebuked you in tho presence of the whole family, and now I ask your forgiveness in their presence." Itimust have taken some courage to dothat. It wns right, was it not? Never be'ashamed to apologise for domestic inaccu acv. Find out the points; what are'the weak points, if I may call them so, of yonr companion , and then stand aloof from them. Do not carry the tire of your temper too nenr the gunpowder, if the wife be easily fretted by disorder in the household, let tbe jhusbandj4."careful where he thrown the slipperST-I- f the husband comes home from the store with his patience all exhausted, do not let the wife unnecessarily cross his temper; but both stand up for your rights, and I will promise the everlasting sound of the warwhoop. Your life will be spent in making up, and marriage will be to you an unmitigated curse. Cowper said: The kindest and'the happiest pair Will And oecalon to forbear. And something, every day thoy live. prayer-meeting -Sorao-timesl To pity, and perhaps forgive. cog-whee- ls r e el Dr-Gut- el -- ani-tnia- ls eycless-soclcet- s - ' v -- , ,,nd an t cause. o1 of you who have had homes set up for a great many years; and, then, there are those here who have just established their home They hav.e jaaly beniiv it months or a few years. Thes,4 there are those who will, after awhile, set jip for themselves a home, and it is tight that. I 3fl6nid speak oat upon these" themes. My. first counsel to you is, have Jesus in your new home, if it be a new home; and let him who was a guest at Bethany be in yourousefiold; let the divine' blessing-droupon yonr every hope and plan and -a-f-ew tring before yon. I know there are those p gin with!Gj4egn9iUi:ltavew jav on your right "baud the engagement ring of the divine affection. If one of you be a ?.ae;caHstmnT,'lef'that one taea Bible and read a few verses in the evening time, and then kneel down and commend yourselves to ki.wra aetfethtbe eHtaryMs famllies:-- I wait-t-o (ell voa that .tnavvrnrtrnvrnV tnleipMs Uv'wlfetfrt fei!!hinfrkntr! tag'the door-posprinkled with blood of. '.'! JOTfmw' covenant. Why wit that In some families they never get along, and in others they always get along well? 1 have watehe such eases, aad come 9 to a coaclmwa.lH tke ria$tance,! nothing tttmni3oge pUmfaUjr, aftei-- a st expectatiKTttiNf yotffcg ftojfo wbet :' raB$e!tent. "Vhyf'They" started wrong. In the other case, although there 1, PP. rdshipt and trials, and some things 'r5JMfc hadobe'eipfained, still things weat ftllltli' nrPlMt."' Wh'yf ! Jt - They started right. " wlcMM4MUtfcBdMMfie Piaster, al I advise, also, that you make your chief pleasure circle around about that home. It is unfortunate when'it is otherwise. If the the most of his nights away from home; of'choice, and not of necessity, he is not the head of the household; he is only the cashier. If the wife throw the cares of the household in the servant's lap, and then spends five nights of the week at the opera or thea'ter, she may clothe her children with satins and laces and ribbons that would confound a French milliner, but they are orphans. Oh, it is sad when a child has no one to say its prayers to, because mother has gone off to the evening entertainmontl In India they bring children and throw them to the crocodile, and it eems very cruel; but tho jaws of New York and Brooklyn dissipation are swallowing down more little children than all the monsters that ever crawled upon the banks of the Gauges ! J have seen the sorrow of a godless mother on the death of a child she had neglected. It was not so much grief that she felt from the fact that the child was dead as the fact that she had neglected it. She said: "If I had only watched over and cared for the child, I know God would not hnve taken it." The tears came not; it was a dry ,. blistering tempest a scorching imoon of the desert. When she wrung her hands it seemed ns if she would twist her fingers from their sockets; when she seized her hair it seemed as if she had, in wild terror, grasped a coiling serpent with her right HE GOT EVEN. hand. No tears! Comrades of the little lt.tlnnred Ills one came in and wept over the coffin; ltow a Country Account With a IlMiniip, l'urmrr. neighbors came in, and the moment they "Detroit Free l'rcss saw the still face of the child the shower Last year a Missi-sipfarmer sold a broke. No tears for her. God gives tears ns the summer rain to the parched soul; country merchant a bnle of cotton. The hut in all the.uniyerse the driest and hot- country merchant marked and shipped it test, the most scorching and consuming to his cotton factor in New Orleans, where thing is a mother's heart if she has neg- it was sold for exportation and finally lected her child, when once it is dead. God found its way to Manchester, Eng. When may forgive her, but she will never forgive the bale wns opened by the spinner it wns herself. The memory will sink the eyes found to contain the half of a grindstona deeper into the sockets, and pinch the face, weighing about fifty pounds. Of rourse, and whiten the hair, and eat up the heart the spinner made reclamation through his with vultures that will not be satisfied, American buyer on the New Orlenns merforever plunging deeper their iron beaks. chant, and that party in like manner made 0, you wanderers from your home, go reclamation on the Mississippi merchant, back to your duty! Tho brightest flowers the piece of grindstone accompanying the in all the earth are those which grow in demands as a voucher. When it had reached Mississippi there was pasted on it a slip the garden of a Christian household, clambering over the porch of a Christian home. of paper giving its weight and a history I advise you also to cultivate sympathy of its voyage. The Mississippi merchant was somewhat of occupation. Sir Saracs Macintosh, one of the most eminent and elegant men that timid and hesitated to charge the former ever lived, while standing on the very with fraud in false packing, so he conheight of his eminence, said to a great cluded to abide his time. About a month company of scholars, "My wife made me." ago tho farmer came to town with more The wife ought to be the advising partner in cotton to sell, but the merchant declined to every firm. She ought to be interested in buy it, saying that he was not in the marall the losses and gains of shop and store. ket that day, but that he would be glad to She ought to have a right she has a right sell him anything in his line at bottom to know everything. If a man goes into prices, in fact, "so sheep ns never pefore a business transaction that he dare not tell vas" When the farmer had sold his cotton and his wife, 3ou may depend that he is 011 the way either to bankruptcy or moral priced goods at other store- he returned to ruin. There may be some things which he the first merchant, and, finding his prices does not wish to trouble his wife with; but so much below those of other merchants, if he dare not tell her, he is on the road to he bought quite a large bill from him, among other things a barrel of sugar at discomfiture. On the otherband, the huscent per pound less than to be had band ought to be sympathetic with the wife's occupation. It is no easy thing to Ione was the chance to get even, eo he keep house. Many a woman that could filled the barrel himself, placing the have endured mnrtyrdoin as well as Margaret, the Scotch girl, has actually been piece of grind stone in the middle. The worn out by house management. There farmer placed his purchases on his wagon are a thousand martyrs of the kitch- j and carried them home. A few days ago, while measuring out en. It isvery annoying, after the vexa01 lor Ins farm bands, tions of thedny around the stove or the some scoopthe sugar something hard, and hi struck table,' or in the nursery or parlor, to have upon investigation he discovered and your husband say, "You know nothing recognized the piece of grindstone. He took it out of the barrel and read tho about trouble; you ought to he in the inscription on it, to which the Jen had store half an hour." Sympathy of occupaadded: tion! If the husband's work cover him "Vivdy bound ov schugnr snfed, ish with the soot of the furnace, or tlie odors vivdy bound ov cotting losht don't idv" of leather or soap fnctorie-i- let not the wife be easily disgusted at the begrimsd ROBBERY. REMARKABLE hands or unsavory aroma. Your gains f.oulttllle Iteoltleiice Whs Stolen are one, yourintore.st are one; your losses How Ilrlck by are one; lay hold of tlia work" of life with ) (Louisville bothbands. "Four hands to fight the A remarkable and startling robbery was eyes to watch for the danger; fomr shoulders on which to carry the trials. reported to the Mayor's office yesterday o lady, aged It is a very sad thing when the painter by Mm. Hoss, a has a wife who does not like pictures. It about fifty years, residing in the country. She said thnt she was the owner of a lot is a very sad thingfor ardanist when she has a husband who doerV-- t like music. It is on the corner of Fifteenth and Prentice a very sad thing wheaT a wife is not suited streets, upon which in April last there was brick house of unless her husband has what is called a a substantial "genteel business." So far as I understand eight rooms. During thht month the tena "genteel business," It is something to ant occupying the house was ejected for of rent, and the property which a man goes at ten o'clock in the morning and from which he conies home was not again rented. Being well adat o'clock in the afternoon, vanced in years and living In the country, and gets a large amount of money for she had not visited her property since March 1, when the house was all right. doing nothing. ThatN, 1 believe, a "genteel business;" and there has been many A few days ago a man called upon her and who has made'thc mistake of not offered her five dollars for what brick rebeing satisfied until tie husband has given mained on the lot on Fifteenth nnd Fren- up the, tanning of the hides, or the turning tice streets. This offer much surprised .ofjhe J)apistrs,orithe .building of the Mrs. Hoss, and she at once proceeded to walls, and put himself in circles where be investigate the matter. To her great she discovered, on visiting the has nothing to do. but smoke cigars and drink wine, and get himself property, that only a small pile of brick into habits that upset him, go- remained of the large house she bad ing" down" in the :" mael.-trotaking owned. The building had been carried his wjfe ana, children with him. There away, brick by brick, until almost the last vestige was gone, ire agood many trains running from earth clew to the bold andamlas yet there is no perhaps unprecedentto'destructlon. Theyltart all the hours or ed robbery. the day and all fh u.. f the nisrht. 'There are the freight trains; they go very A visit to the spot by a Courier-Journsiowiy ana very heavily; and there arc reporter substantiated tho statement of accommodation train. inr nn toward Mrs. Ross, which is corroborated by neighdestruction, and they stop very often, and bors and others. The building, while not .c iuuu Kei, out, waaa he wants to. uut. new, was very substantial, and the mystery it ,5?? Ji1Sw ''.J express train; Satan lies in the manner in which of has been any kind is the Stoker and 'fs the engineer; carried away. No vehicles Dth and though one may of have been observed about the place, nor out in front it and flying the red flag 0f "danger" or has there been any laborer at work (here as known. The spoliation must have the lantern of Go wordr it makw just as far one shot, into Perdition, coming down the occurred at night, but how it could have embankment wWh;a Aout and a wau and been accomplished without attracting atis yet riek. crash, : There are two tention R03S to be learned. says also that on the back part Mrs. cl?' Of jwople ejii destruction-fir- st, of the lot was a frame cottage, which is tip-J"o to do; secondly, not there she avers, those wbo have eomething to do, but are moved to now, having, by, and it isbeen rea point near claimed toolwyortooprwdtodoit. by a family which now occupy it. Mrs. X have, on Ross says she has been assessed on .j of ,dvice to bouses, and does not want to pay. both give to, those She a happy also wishes her buildings placed from oold have horne and that love preside, in whei'e they were earned, and the robberr ft. When your bthiiSr in the domestic punished. The authorities will investignta circle become. maUer oL caicu. the peculiar case at once. m wine-beakers to-da- y lation; when tho care33 yon give is merely the result of deliberate study of tho position you occupy, happiness lies stark dead on the hearth-atonWhn tho husband's position as head of the household is maintained by loudness of voice, by strength of arm, by fire of temper, the republic of domestic Miss has become n n despotism that neither God nor man will abide. Oh, ye who promised to love each other at the altar, how dare you commit perjury? Let no shadow of suspicion come on your affection. It is easier to kill that flower than it is to make it live again. Tho blnst from hell that puts out that light, leaves hi the blackness of darkness forever. Hre are a man and wife; they agree in nothing else, but they agree that they will have a home. They will have n splendid house, nnd they think that if the have a house thoy will have a home. Architects make the plan, and the mechanics execute it; the house to cost 1M.OO It is done. The carpets are spread; lights are hoisted; curtains are hung; cards of invitation are d harsent out. The horses in ness prance at the gate: guests come in and take their places; tho flute sounds: the dancers go un nnd down; nnd with one grand whirl the wealth and the fashion and the mirth of the groat town wheel amidst the pictured wall?. Ha! this is happiness. Float it on the smoking viands; sound it in the music; whirl it in the dance; cast it on the srow of sculpture; sound it up the brilliant stairway; inflash it in chandeliers! Let us build on the center of tho deed parlor floor a throne to happiness; let nil the guests, when they come in. bring their flowers nnd pearls nnd diamonds and throw them on this pyramid, and let it be a throne, and then let happiness, the qtienn. mount the throne, mid we will stnnd around, and, all chalices lifted, wo will i;iv, "Drink, O queen! live forever!" But the guests depart, the flutes are breathless, the last clash of the impatient hoofs is heard in the distance and the twain of the household come back to seethe queen of happiness on the throne amidst the parlor floor. But, alas! as they come back the flowers have faded, the sweet odors have become the smell of a charnel-housand instead of the queen of happiness there sits thero the gaunt form of anguish, with in her bitten lip nnd sunken eye, and hair. The romp of the dancers who have left seems rumbling yet, like jarring thunders that qunko the floor and rattle the glasses of the feast, rim to rim. Tho spilled wine on the floor turns into blood. The wreathes of plush have become wriggling reptiles. Terrors catch tangled in the canopy that overhangs the couch. A strong gust of wind conies throuch the hall nnd the drawing-rooand the bed chamber, in which nil the lights go out. And from the lips come the words: of the "Happiness is not in us!" And the arches respond, "It is not in us!" And the silenced instruments of music, thrummed on by invisible fingers, answer, "Happiness is not in us!" And the frozen lips of anguish break open, and seated on the throne of wilted flowers, she strikes her bony bands together and groans, "It is not me!" That very night n clerk with a salary of 1,000 goes to his $1,000 a year only home, set up three months ago, jut nfter the marriage day. Love meets him at the door; love sits with him at the table; love talks over the work of the day: love takes down the Bible and reads of him who came our souls to save: and th'y kneel, nnd while they are kneeling right in that plain room, on that plain carpet the angel' of God build a throne, not out of flowers that perish and fade. e. u A RUNAWAY LUNCH-BASKE- T. Mr. Hnnarty. Remarkable Exper,ence as Told In Six Chant... . I room here, nnd let the other remain outside." At breakfast ths next morning Mrs. THE ALPHABET. A . Sam. tho Scaramouch. 1. """ V Jry- - ? "l "' gold-plate- FORGOT HIS GLASSES. ,... ill Old Mr. .Intin.nii'H Itemark liaiigliter anil Her Ileau. "Good moinintr, Mr ' Johnson," Said a young man to an elderly and near.fi"hted passenger vho had tome off without hi glasses; ''going up to town'" "Yes; got U do n lot of trading ftt tho rtoreH, an' I don't know how on aiith I'll get along without my glasses.'' "Getting ready for the wedding I gup-pose- Hap-iues- 1 "Yes; my darter Emitter is goin' to git mnrried. She an' thnt Hank Williams hcv made u match of it at last. I thought that young man would never get down to busine?. He'g i(H i0w ns sorghum molariseti in Jnniursntr a shiftless an nn Injun. I don't Itelieiliei-nearn hi nlt, nn' I 'pose I'll have to sup. good-for-uothi- port hin." e, a.-li-es good enough for Emmer. That's the woitt girl I ever raistd. She hain't a bit like her mother, nor Bke me. nuther. I hev to pull her out of bed every morning, an' she'n nt lazy ann old dog She can't bake, an' hnin't wiith a tuf-- on tho bow. A fine poor nut n's wife shell make Besides, die her bunion on her feet i big us curly rose peitateis, an' she kin eat more'n hoes. An' that ain't t lie worst on't. Iftwan't for her mother that girl wouldn't keep herself clean, nn' sbe never thinks o' slickin' up her hair nor pultin' on somethin' nice 'cept when company's expected. She's a reg'Inr slouch, Emmer it. nn' she kin wear out seven pnirs 'shoes n year. But she's good enough for that Ilimk Williams, an' if he'll only support her I'll be tnrnnl plRd to git her off mj hands. S'pose you've got an invite to the weddiit''" "Yes, I'm invited. You don't seem to "Oh, l.e'u s 11 "lint, Mr. Johnson " i know me. Mr. Johnson'" "Ye I do, but I ain't just place you. Let me pee 1 haen't pot inv glasses with me but I know you. Your name is is " "Hank William, sir." Chicago Herald. 111 J 1 -- - &msa r. " , 'TTJ iT. tt--i "S -- .yj THREE OF THEM. A Men-limi- t pi ly Discretion. "Where are you goini;''" asked Knickerbocker Jones of Bob Van Slyrk, as they met near the Grand Central depot last ,. . .iimrsoay. "I am going off for a day or so," rcpltEj iJoti, wiio was carrying n valise. "Nothing, except is my the young lady to whom I am engnged is going to call at the house to congratulate me, nnd make me some little present. I don-'- t card to be there when she calls " "I don't understand you, Van Slyck. Ii I wns engaged ton young Indy, and she was going to call und see me on my birthday, I should be the happiest man in New York." "Yes, but the other two are going to call also all threo of them are going to call on me, if I am there, don't you understand?" and he hurried into the depot to catch the three o'clock train. 7V.tss birlh-dav.ai- Kw York Dinle Who llelievcs In Time- "What's up"' Silt-itig- s. BITS Where OF REPARTEE. (0.) Herald. Yesterday and the day before wo copied into our columns from tho Rochester (N. Y DaiMcrat and Chronicle, a. remarkablo mado by J. B. Henion, M. D., a genback and get it changed." Pittsburgh tleman who is well known in this city. In Telegraph. that article Dr. Henion recounted a wonderful experience which befoll him, nnd the A DISGUSTED SOLDIER. next day we published from tho same paper The Pertlxln; Dilemma In Which an a second article, giving an account of the KeiTiilt Was Placed. IrUh excitement in Rochester, and elsewhere, An Irishman serving in the United States caused by Dr. Henion's statement It is army in Texns, and belonging to the doubtful if any two articles woro ever pubwas in the habit of standing with lished which caused greater 'commotion both among professionals and laymen. his tois pointing inward, to remedy which Since tho publication of these two artithe sergeant continually addressed him cles, having been besieged with letters of parade with: "Stick out your inquiry, w sent a communication to Dr. while fin Henion and also to II. II. Warner &Co., toes P.itiiil;." It took Patrick years to asking if any additional proof could be acquire the habit of sticking his toes out. given, and here it is: Just about the time he had succeeded he Gentlemen: I owe my life and present was transferred to the cavalry, where his health wholly to tho power of Warner's habit of sticking out his toes interfered Safe Core, which snatched rao from the much with his usefulness a a horseman. very brink of the grave. It f s not surprisThe seigeant was continually calling to ing that people should question tho stateturn "Stick in those toes. Patrick," much ment I mado (which is true in every reto his disgust, nnd he exclaimed, with some spect) for my recovery was as great a mnr-vto myself, as to my physicians and emphasis. "Deuce take such a sarvice. For friends. five years it was nothing but 'stick out J. D. Henion, M. D. your toes, Patrick,' and now it's 'stick in , Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 21. your toes, Patrick.' There is no plaziti' Bins: The best proof we can givoyou the blackguards." Texas Sittings. that tho statements made by Dr. Henion aro entirely true, and would not have been .She Itnnc the Hell. published unless strictly so, is tho following testimonial from tho best citizens of Roch "Talkingaboiithired girls," said a North ester, and a card published by Hev. Dr. Sidcr ns he tried to look pleasant in a tcFoote. II. II. Wauneu & Co. To Whom tt Jraij Concern: IV. Wo are personally or by reputntion acf"C-V- s. quainted with Dr. Henion, nnd we believe he wottld publish no statement not literally " true. Ve are also jersonally or lv reputation well acquainted with II II. Warner & teffiKK Co., proprietors or arncr s Hare Cure, (by which Dr. Henion says howascured) whose t M' . MR r commercial nnd inirsonal standing in this community are of the hifihest order, nnd we r rat ..s believe that they would not publish not be alliliated" to the Phoenician, statements which were not literally auy and widely different as the two may have strictly true in even particular. C.R. Parsons, (llayor of Itochester.) become both in the forms of the letters Wm. Pcbcell, (Editor union and Adver-tUrand in the allies that they bear. Intermediate forms are continually being W. D. Jlonroe d, which bridge oer the enor-nn- ii County.) Shuart, distances and explain the transiMonroe Edwaru A- - Fkost, tions that time anil space have effected. County.) E. B. Fenneu, Attorney MonEven the Devanagari alphabet of Sans- roe County.) krit, whateer disputes there mav be as Congress, RochJ. M. Davt, " -- jto its exact pedigree, is generally al- ester.) ' S Jonx S. Moitu.VN, (County Judge, Monroe lowed to be of Phoenician origin. "With fngerator car, "we have a daisy up at our the exception of the cuneiform alphabet County.) Hiea.m SlBi.nT, (Capitalistnnd Seedsman ) hoiibe. She is a new girl. I don't know of the ancient Persians and possibly of ConJonx Van Vooruis, where my wife got her. I only know that one or two more which may yet lurk ih gress.) she got her and that she is a daisy green obscure corners of the world", all the al- To tUt fine. The lirst day after she came was SunEditor of the Living Churrh, Chirago,Itt. day, and we had eome Irieuds for dinner. phabets of which we know are derived, There was published in tho Rochester (X. UtY.) Ikmocrat and Chronicle of tho 3lt of DeThe girl was told to ring the bell when the ultimately, from a single source. meal was ready. Pretty soon we heard a terly diverse as they are in their latest cember, a statement mado by JB. Henion. M. D., narrating how he had leen cured of a lively ringing at the and on forms, the zealous enthusiasm of going out what do you suppose we found.' and inscription hunters has Bricht's diseasebyof the kidneys, almost in the uso of W arner's Safo its lkat stages, The new girl shivering on tlie porch." succeeded in restoring them to their ear- Cure. 1 was referred to in that statement, " 'Please, sir,' says she, "I ringed the bell liest shapes, in filling up the intervals as having recommended and urged Dr. Hento let you know that dinner is ready.' " which separate them from each other, ion to try tho remedy, which no did, nnd Chicago Herald. The statement of Dr. and in showing that they are all but tho was cured. as it concerns myself, Henion is and I true, so far manifold developments of a single germ. be true in all other respects. He it to Practical Knonloflse. was a parishioner of mine and I visited him Aunt Johanna (spending a few days with The history of the alphabet, in short, In his sickness. I urged him to tako tho like the history of its origin, is but an ilher niece) And so you belong to a cooklustration of the doctrine of evolution medicine and would do the snmo again to ing ilub, Matilda. Do you find that you on : large and easily tested scale. auy ono who was troubled with a disease of the kidneys and liver. gain an- - prncticnl knowledge from your "Scientific paleography,1' to use again Israel Foote, (D. D..) lessons'' (Late) the words of Dr. Taylor, "rests on the Church. Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Matilda Oh, yes, indeed, aunt. You JlochatT, A, r. spoke last night at dinner of the coquille assumption that no alphabetic changes are ever accidental or arbitrary, a.s was It seems impossible to doubt further in the of thicken, you know. formerly assumed, but are the" result of face of such conclusive proof. Yes, it was delicious. Aunt Johanna Matilda (triumphantly Well, that was evolution taking place in accordance our last Itssoii. Our teacher made it for with fixed laws, It is generally conceded, sat s the Pro. 1. U. Sayce, us. and I was 60 delighted with it that be- in Contemporary Review. "pieces Gtrson Tinus, that fore I ever came home I drove around to ought to be circulated in Nevada, and it he caterer's and ordered it nt once. A'. 1. is high time that measures were taken A FRIEND INDEED. Sau. to ileniand the Paine. The buyer of Hon- lilt Considerate Artlon Kn.ihled a small articles, such as a cigar or "a glass All They Drew. IlrltleKroom to Knjoy .Liberty. of beer, has no right to pay fifteen Foley heard that Lebinksky got a prize A novel mode of executing a warrant cents when ten cents is the price of the being short, in the lottery, and applies to all article, took a walk out to the Cliff to congratulate of arrest for debt was adopted bv one articles and the same purchased in small quantities. of tho bailiffs of the East Kent eonnty Judge his gratification on being him Whv a piece should be current told court. The bailiff was in quest of a in California, Oregon, Washington TerI "The prize, sir, I got was a was arrested for having lottery tickets in young man residing at Throwley, who ritory, and in fact on the whole Pacific had on previous occasions given a great coast, and not in Nevada, is an enigma. my possession. AH they drew was the attention of the police to my case." deal of trouble, the bailiff being every 11 u verick. s "Sens, an' wouldn't wan o' thira time frustrated in his attempts to catch nXh- foine buffalo robe!" JV. Y. the debtor. Having heard the young A Cruel Doctor. Indcftmitnt. man was to be married at Throwlov "Look here, doctor, I don't want you to Church, Croucher, tlie bailiff, betoolc the thlcs. "Tbs go to my house nnd frighten my wife again himself to the sacred ediclie, arriving Wbcrclu rureicA tho conscience of thektsp" as you did this morning." it that Dr. Pierce's there just after the bridegroom had en- And equally truo is Pellets" (the original tered to await the arrival of the bride. "PleasantPurgativo are the moot effectual Little Liver Puis) Croucher vcrv considerately decided to means that can bo used to reach the seat of await patiently outside until tho mar- disease, cleansing tho bow els and tytteni, -- Alto "v. nnd assisting nature riage ceremony was over, and then to work. By druggists. in her recuperative E serve tho warrant on the bridegroom as he came out of church. Meanwhile, Whi ia a dirty man like flannel! Because , however, a friend of the debtor carao he shrinks from washing. P& along, and, suspecting the nature of rCJ 'r;j0&Srf icv r i ve35 Any Small JUy with a Stick, Croucher's mission, got into conversarKTsti; Tzmr" ? tho tion w.th him, ascertained tho amount can kill a tiger if littletiger happens to be cub. bo consumpfound when only a would satisfy his demands, and tion, that deadliest nnd most feared of disthat paid it on the debtor's lndialf. The bride- eases, in this country, can assuredly be congroom was thus enabled to go on his quered nnd destroyed if Dr. Pierce's " Goldhoncj moon instead of passing the first en Medical Discovery" bo employed early. few days of married life in her Majes"When girl is being courted she sets a ty's prison at Canterbury. Boston great dealaby a young man. Chicago Trib- Etato-mon- t, sne-ce.s- sh el Snoggs said: I don t believe that new thermometer of j ours is a bit of good." '"Why not" and that "Becauae it is up to sixty-five- , one on the porch, that we can depend on, is You had better take it down to tero. Surrhal of the rittenln an Evolutionary Sense. - u '. k mm M" W 1 1 ?. EL -- r$ gjss. In tho struggle for existence the Latin alphabet alone survived among its Italian compevr-.- , anil was carried or tlie extension of the Roman Empire through tho length and breadth of Western Europe. Most of our modern European alphabets are its direct offspring. It is only in Eastern Europe, more especially in Russia, that its Greek mother and .subsequent rival has stood ita ground, and even the present century has witnessed the triumph of the Roman characters in Slavonic countries owr alphabets of Greek origin. It is possible that a time will come when the Roman characters will triumph likewise even over alphabets which claim their descent from the Phoenician parent of the Greek alphabet itself. It is no longer doubtful that the iminease majority, if not the whole, of the alphabets used in the East are descended, like the alphabets of the West, from the alphabet of Phoenicia. We can trace the e gradations by which the letters of the inscriptions o'f Mesha or the tunnel became the flowing characters of Palmorene epigraphy and the running hand of Aramaic papyri, and from the Palmy rene characters it is but a slight step to the Square Hebrew of the modern Jews. Even the Keskhi or Arabic alphabet, which, in spite of its manifold imperfections, has been made the vehicle of Persian and Turkish literature as well as of the thoughts of the" g world, vast can same be shown to have the like origin, the Syriae, which was the parent of the erticallv written Mongolian and Mantchu. In fact, it is difficult to find any alphabet which can m Arabic-speakin- EXCITEMENT UNABATED. Tioof that that Physician's Terrible Confession Is True. CUtdand, l ,sCy BBAllflHC a 8r Biiwfin 11! BON b Comlilnln? IR0X with rUBE TrCtTlBtE TOMCS. qutcllr and compWUlx CLEANSES tad EXBIC1IKS THE BLOOD. Quickens the action of the Liter acd Kldneji. CI firs the compltxloa, malts the skin smooth. It does not Injure the teeth, nose headache.orprodace OTHER IR0X3IEDICLVES D(W PhjsSciics led Drcigisti ererrebcre recommend it. Mr J. A. Gerex. II & Grnbb St., Colomboi. Olo,un: "lIuiTe been troubled rcita baoor la mj blood tor tha last ferten jean. I could Krt Both-I- s to reliet ma until I niwl Brown's Iron Bitten, which has benentml mo Rreatlj." Ma J W Holland, Sandmkj. Ohio, ear: --,T hate nnd Brown's Iron ll.ttrro as a blood pariflcr with good result , and ct.riu:lr recommend it." Mr. CIU8. W. -BLACKMCR.C7 Mentor Ai.. Clefa-lam-l. Ohio, njt- " I cwd Urown'a Iron Bat- a ray blood. It rvmorml tha blotches from mj fac and neck and baa completely cured me." MIS3 Emiu Hartm. Allentown. Pa, aaf: " it f blood was very thin and watery, and I became weak and languid. After oainir lour bottles of Bmwn'a Iron Bitten I tm entirely restored to health and atrenth. and c&eerf aUy recocimend.it. Genuine has above Trade Mark and crewsed red line on wrapper Take no oilier. Madeonlyby 11HOWN CIIKMICAL CO., BALTIMORE MI. -- TTERS lr - SEVEN" STAGES Tin:ALL REQUIRE AT SOMEOP 3IA5T ACE TAYLOR'S CHEROKEE REMEDY of Sweet Gam and KoBeo. .r jHw--- " W .) disi-oe- (ex-Cler- k er -- Amottauttocatlug trouble In which the atreelli of the Bronchial tubes are obstructed. Tb. oweetOuia Mlmu'.aies jou lo throw tblsoff.andthemucllajrlnocs rrlnrlpietn the Mullein heads the nubtance. Take TYlor' Cherokee Itemed vof Sweet Cum and Mullein. The seei Gum frimiutrceuf the tame name the South, combined with a tea made from th Mu.Ieln plant of theohl fields. I or tale by all drug-cltjrrow-tne- VTH VTAOE-ASTIIM- A. m at er ptr bottle. WAITEU A. TAYLOIl, Atlanta, iS.1 cents and Jtl.fM) Oa- - loor-bel- l, paleo-graphis- ts le-lle- ve county ho, montbi ao. was alaotl a hopeless crtrpln from an attack of rheumatism. lie could scarcely bobble acrois the room, ncl cratches, and eaM blineelf that be bad mile If any horc of c cr recoTcrtnif. We (aw him In our town lat week, walKnjj about as lively a any other man. and In tha finest health and ptrtts. Upon our Inquiry ai to what had worked such a wonderful chanse la his condition, he replied that S. B. 6 bad cured b!m. After cUnz a dozen and a ball hot t!e, he ba been transformed from amI"craM cripple to a happy, hcaitby man. lie Is cone other than Mr Telephone E.B. Lambert "yfr-inrTreatise on Blood ac I Pkin Dlees mallil fre. ( . Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ca, Tnit Stttt r 157 W. :3d Street. N Y MWe know a gentleman In a Relieved at Last!ttx tb!i LF PAGES SSLIOUID fw.. lit 'Xryn five-ce- nt GLUE Um.a.ltrr MENDS EVERYTMinu iStrons sa Iron, Solid sa a Sock. The total qcsnuiy pom """" m" past fire year amounted toover . ii " - m&m CoEtams Wood. n. i... if. I car-fnr- e . f&We3 bottleYEKtyiobl a inn ri5niirr tK&M oo Mill TUn15SX nninX nr-- It - lwr.U1 MEDALS. iau-Bcia- WAMSIT. la5S ION live-ce- nt sur-priz- ia Arii Eteddealcr'scard u tcrfamplecan t nz.u i.y Czxssr to. Gloucesttr.Mass. Unn. l'rc::cur.ced Stronze-- t Olue known ''" locposta?9 Cif-orm- a lear-skiu- S.nd for EjMapsof NcirriiEi;s pacific!" ths Free GotCto- and r'j' mertLandaarul CHEAP RAILROAD tANnSLiM-iLirscU- . Dak la. Montana. daho. Washington and orcra Tea Eest Agricultural, rating an4 Timber rands now open to Settlers. SE"T HUE A:Jrr-- , CHAS. B. LAMDORN, &.1 Ciminlaaloncr, St. 1'uul. Minn. HAY-PRESS- DEDERSCK'S tc -- ES, vxtc,iA& V JZs. tbecnitomcr , that mum Lttt. M . .IM" vs wnpfLjm rA"a mmeM ev " -jesrwJa-i-sswsW"- cW.v'yfc' S.as W. Y. a . P.K.DEDERICKA. CO, Albany, to Gut Off Horses' Manes celebrated HAI.T- Klt and HKIMI.E Combined. No Rope ! - Woulil He If the Gibbet Had Ilium It Duly. Repattee is a sudden flash. It is turning a current of thought in nn opposite direction. It is the upsetting oi a train of thouglrt. It is rcnlly deforming a thought. Repartee is a case whereone speaker makes a plain statement, aimed in u certain direction, which a hearer collides with and reverses so ns to dioot straight back nt the lt truth. speaker. "Whnt I wimt," said a pompous orator, niniing at his antagonist, "is good common sense." 111 i -- When the revolt broke out in Canada in 1S37, a party of sympathizing Americans took possession of Navy Island, belonging to Canada, situated "Frighten her? How did 1 frighten in the Niagara River about two miles her'" above the great falls. They mustered 'Didn't she ask you what the symptoms about 700 men well provisioned and of hydrophobia are?" provided with twenty pieces of cannon. "Yes." a small steamboat called tho "And didn't you tell her the patient al- They hadto plv between the island and Caroline ways has a strong aversion to water?" Sehlo.seer on tlie American side. On a "Certainly." "Yes, well, the poor woman is down sick dark night in December a party of with fright. She thinks I'vegot the Canadian royalists crossed the river, cut Chicago AWs. the Caroline loose from her moorings, and set her on fire. She went down The Intelligent the current and over the great cataract. "See here," said the managing editor to lloston lludgit. liydro-phobia. Pi re's Toothache Drops cure In 1 minute, 25o GfnriSuIpJtirSoapjealsand beautifies. 25c German Cobs Remover Mis Corns Bunions. can not be slipped by any horse. Sam ple Halter to any part of the U.S. Sold brail free, onrerelrtof Saddlery, Hardware and Harness, Healers. Special discount to trie Trade. rieSend for l'rlee-I.Mt-J J.C. LlouTnovx.Itochrster,N.Y. ".'!. -- !' tl. It isn't much of a dog that can't make a man go mad by biting him. The Judge. m C!eiTnanAtfhyiaCuraneTer.aiiJtoBireti' viMfia'e ttiuj in the wont caeaiirnreecoinioz alilerieepieffecticnre-iwhereallothernfaiL rWxf MM.riffe,fA4ffiAf2jJt:Ttfira- ASTHMA CURIfi Price fiOc. and A Tite "Favorite Prescription" of Dr. Pierce cures " female weakness" and kindred affections. By druggists. m 8 1 .OO.0I Dminristsorb vmaU.JJamiila FHEJi JOTHtarnp. n:s.ii.ri;ir fjM.itrK.nBi,au Selected miscellnnj Mince pie. lirctzt. m Dan-vil- lt Proof-Iteaile- r. Wiiex the follicles aro not destroved. Hall's Hair Renewer restores hair to bald heads. The reputation of the transgressor, like his way, is hard. Loiecll Citizen. m tf I ttte a poiuIts remedy lor taa abort maeaat; try lis u Ihoua&ds tt cim, ef lb went klad and of loaf tu&dlac btn cored. Indeed, to ttronc l my fait la lis f Beaey, mat I wilt ,tn4 TWO BOTTLES PCKK, tot.lbtr witaaTaL-PABL- E TBEATt'E on UH dlnaM.to any luCtrer. Ote DB.T. CONSUMPTION A.SLOCt:M.llirarlec,K.X. , Hi-Irk- . Courier-Journal.- bat-tlesrfo- ur well-to-d- two-stor- y non-pnynie- nt two-oi-thre- e ife baby into dinner in beautiful "Well, I know he can drink everybody her arms. She was very proud of her sweet babe, and, holding it up with pride nnd joy knows that but I don't believe he can let in her eyes, she said: it alone; hanged if I do." Chicago Ledger. "Mr. Lamb, how do you like babies?" "I like 'em hoiled madam boiledl" VI. Of courbe that mother never loved Mr. Lamb after that. The finest piece of repartee in the English language is the instance where two Irishmen were walking under the gibbet of Newgate. Looking up at the gibbet, one of them remarked: "Ah, Pat, where would you be if the gibbet had done its duty?" "Faith, Flannngan," said Pat, "and I'd be walking London aliialone!" From Eli i'erkins' Lecture before Princeton College. golden-haired EDITS WHEIE AIL USE FAILS. In a recent lecture Frof. Fisher, of Fok all ailments originating in disorders Best Couch Syrup. Tastes good. Use Yale College, said: "If you were to go of the stomach and liver, take Ayer's Pills. In time. Sold by druggists. ing to this article7" y . "How so?" inquired thej'outh, anxiously. into a public assembly in Italy c A. MM ria?sMirii,agr"'ifi he lifted a "Woman- - wai made after man and she has "You say that the members of Congress and sneeze, every hat would and every person present would offer been after'i him ever since. Philadelphia will attend a 'horse circus'. The word Call. Lustra and IPTICTOWATEBIALS. Xenaburtoa f. 'horse' is sttpcrflous, is it not? All eircusei you some expression of good will, such WM I MS9 I 0 Union, itenona Work. Was as 'God bless you.' The same custom are horse circuses, I believe." The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure Flower Supplies. Send for oar various catalogues. c. Mall orders solicited. IIUFFVAW RKOH., "You think, sir, it would have been bet- is common in savage tribes, though but for Consumption. Sold everywhere. ltUMala Ntrcet, Cincinnati, Ohio, ter to have omitted the word iioine'?" few know it. The origin of the custom ' by the rule of three. CocRTsnif is not run "Decidedly." was in the supposition that every time a Made Selling our Goods Merchant Traveler evnew; will "It would have been all right then?" man sneezed a spirit escaped from him. Money entirelyirent. sight sell any by erywhere at "O, yes." This is an excellent illustration of the Send It for liilv or Ir afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr. Isaac r is to blame. I ackajrcvtilctisellsiorri-OneaseDtsoIdtworth But the theory which, though not commonly Thompson'iiEye Water. Druggists mjII it. 25c trial dar Kitchen Solder Co Station A, Cincinnati, O. nrst wrote it 'house caucus'." considered, is nevertheless true, namely, 'Oh!" Dra ko's Travelers' Magazine. An artlre Man FD coontT to kII ouror Woman ererv Ouout a teamster to have a teeming that men may have degenerated instead coodt pep Saata and Expense,. flTpente in a4 fancy I Xational IVeekbj. of having risbn higher in the scale." Tolit Uut Half the Truth. CanraAticz outfit fXtl! Fartirrilira SUvexvwaro Co. Scaten. Xaaa. "Exactly, ' was the whispered reply, "I don't believe more thun half he says."' "that's just what you need." "What do you mean by that?" Treated and cured without the knife. THE MARKETS. a Last An instance of" unkind repartee is reCANCER Book on treatmentaent free. AdUrets "Didn't you hear him say just now that F.L.PONl).MJ..Aurora, KaneCo..IlL corded of Charles Lamb: lie could drink or leave it alone?" Cincinnati. Feb. P. 1M. One day a loving mother brought her h- -J A tittle Girl In Albany, X. T., Terribly Fine blooded cattle, sheep, hoes, pooltry. on "Yes." LIVESTOCK J2 00 y V7.'?LLf',a j a young head-line- "haven't employed on the pnper, you made a mistake in the headr f to-da- . I 1 1 Big proof-reade- 1& WAN! -- "As Resort'' Cattle-Comm- SHF.KP Choice Uutchcrs HOGS Common Rood Packers GILA IN Wheat-Lcngbcrrv 3.Ti 400 h 4 65 Good to choice.. H.OIK Family . 4 10 i 57) (I C5 .. Rye No. 2 25 HAY Timothy No. 1 TOBACCO Common Lugs.. '.'.'. 8 20 No.2 Corn No-Oats No. n-d red 2. 2 mixed mi nil a a at a ft-- 6(35 94 65 4 25 4 25 t3 37!i x: t'DO Lard Prime steam BuTTEH Fancy Dairy Ohio Creamery.. ArPLKS Prime POTATOES per bushel PHOVISIONS-l'o-rk Good Mediums -- Mess. 10 25 (JO a v ..11 10 1 6ita & Q 12 TS i u 25 a i 75 Q :o asm 2 n , NEW YORK. I'LOUR-St- ate al "otfciag ;?, Mercantile Notes. Overcoats are increasing in popularity but vests nre being pulled down. Drugs gei illy are quiet, with glue sticking at about iiie old rates. Highwines are strong, but sponges are at a great discount. Naval Btorcs are slow and buyers of tar have difficulty in getting their stocks off theirhands. Tobacco is 6trong nnd dealers are apparently up to snuff- - Dealers have not the brass to advance the rates, and the moro ones would copper the chance of such a result. Many descriptions of goods are on the shelf, but eome dealers augur a change for the better, but as this can not beat present rendered any planer it only adxe to the uncertainty. Detroit Free Press. Thermometer Indications. "My dear," remarked Mr. Snaggs, as he entered the house the other night. "I have bought a new thermometer." "Why, isn't that one on the porch all right?" asked Mrs. Snaggs. "Yes, but we'll keep this in the sitting far-seein- g and Western ..3 15 ex. v GRAIN Wheat No. 2 Chicago . -- . No.2 red WJra 8J Corn No. 2 mixed 48Ha M .. 38 O 43; Oats niLxrd ,.io so an oo PORK Mess LARD Wthtern steam... . ft 6 42 Albany She was aQlcted with scrofula S3 Flrst-sfrom birth, and physicians said It would be better for wss dead. Her father says: "See had 13 her tf she running sores on her body, besides belns absolutely blind for months, she lost the use of her limbs and could not walk; In fact, was a mere skeleton wasting away. The smell from the sores was terrible. Seeing In a newspaper some cases of eerofalacu red by II ood's SariaparlUa. I said to myself. I will try a bottle as a last resort.' When she had taken the first bait bottle I could see change In her, and wben the whole bottle was taken tie abscesses almost entirety healed with the aid of Hood's Olive Ointment, which 1 must say Is the finest I ever used. I kept on gtrlcg her Hood's Sarsaparina, till now she Is well and healthy, running around. She has a splendid appetite, The, neighbors don't know what to make of It." Afflicted, Wonderfally Cared. Ob of the mot remarkable cares of scrofula oa record Is that of the little daughter of Mr. M.J. Qutnn, Ings, irceT -" fTAtalornea with IfioenirraTdna lor sale.YEK & CO, CoateSTlUe, Pa. 1". BO X. HAIR wucrc ii. C Strehl A.N.K- -E Wigs Bansa and Wares sent C O. IX asy. c f noicsaieaaareiaiiprice-tiBij& CoJ73 Wabesb-ar,CbIcag5 Secure tJAMC STtDT. Bcn:.-z- aBusInets Education by COLLEOr. Buffa:o,N.i. nUIH I. mail, from 10S9 LIST OF JISEASXS ALWAYS CUBABLE BY" UHISfll ... Sold hy all drcerij,. ,jr I3r js. prepared only by C. I. HOOD k CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla .j. IOO mustang; LINIMENT. OP BTXAX MEXICAIT: ,! 1" CHICAGO. FLOCK State and Western .U GKA1N Wheat No 2rcd.... .. Doses One Dollar s BALM 50 The Benefit. Some people have a Btrange idea of getting their money's worth. A young medical man was attending an old Irishwoman who lived in one of the- poorer quarters of Edinburgh. She had been very ill, but was on the vay to recovery, when one day she said to the doctor. "Will ye tell me, doctor dear, for certain, whether I'll get well again or no?" "Oh yes; I think you'll be all right, soon now," was the answer. "I ranted to know for sure, ye'see, docI'm a Ione woman, an' I subtor, scribe to buryin' society, an' I juet wished to know it I was likely to be gettin' any benefit out oi it or not." Christian Union. b.-au- se Corn No. 2 Oats No 2 1 e . .. POKK Mess LAKD Steam FLOUR No.aClilcapoSprlmr ....... .. ............. .. ffua T9 a CI 4 85 81U tan CREAM -- 10W 14 SO aiio as 6 10 29.si 58 catarrh aPPFirV?H FtESlt Cj OFAKTMAU. a- - dJ 1 IS WORTH mmmwSSm Kkematian 3arna sad Scald, g tings and ' UALTIMOBE. Family URAHf Wheat No. 2 Corn Mixed Oats mixed PROVISIONS Pork Mess Lard Kenned CATTLE ...... t 47 58 .10 75 87(& & 0,5 e First quality 7!& 7tf .400 &500 500 Q600 00 88 47J4 39 11 75 $1,000 TOAIOT3IAN Cats and Brate Sprains & Stltche, Contracted M cle, Backache,. Eruptions, 8U Bite, JoUt, WIMUirCiai CATARRH. --A. K.inWIATr. aw INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No. 2 red . Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE .... tt tt 00 80 32 ss 3554 3054 oaaa,i&th. dfor iStiflaeas, JfTMt Bite, aad an eiteraal dlseaacs. and every htat or aecMaaAv Sot geaeral nso la family, stable aad a took yard,Hl "' THE BEST OF Alii. Serea and GalWa Spavin, Crack, icrevr Wora, Grmk; Foot Rat, Ilacif AU' Laracnesc Swlnnw. Voandeir. Sprain, Btrmlaat'tfrJ Sore Feet, Flour-AN- o.1 GRAIN Wheat No. 2red.... Corn mixed Dt. m'.ied PORK meM .......... lAJZD - I d ........ S1HSI TKtt itm tt 3 ' tt M 11 4 50 94 louse. Areolar. aXT BSOTBJUtS. DroaglMa. Owage, N. X. CoasuItaf&ea.DrJTOoiv.Wafcota.IadlaaTw. I H C I UPsWIBwJr I LIJtcaTiubyrnaIloTatIrruil. iH Tiaeae, Fev LINIMENTS Sorea. Jtc ' :Jcs&&uL .."ay ?faiJ Hk. .- -- mauiiMMJkiju.ttBf&Z2t 33 : rj7Trrrar-f- m' -- in niim f ymiir.irwniiK. im il.:i 1 1 i " Mr. E1. Ilochn lias made a proposition to the Citv (Jottucil to leaM? the Uily Mail tor Fresh countrjr Lard) at purpose?, by wiucli proportion Roger'. the city secures a fixed, certain rental instead of the uncertain Nioe Sausage, at RoaSEb'. contingency of show entertainments. Mr. Iloelin has taste, talL.J Horn iny. at ent, inclination and some experiRogers'. ence as a manager, and yc trust a mutually advantageous agreement may be reached. Under his ANNOUNCEMENTS. management our people will have the opporuiuty of J?gb!ciucuit LOCAL NEYS. tho subject of the telephone Mr. Garland Mr. Garland's Explanation. Washington, I). C., Feb 9. h. r open his lips on play-goin- g judge. We ar6 Authorize! to announce C. L. HANDLE, of Fulton county, as a canJi-dt- e enjoying more and pet haps a bet- ter class of entertainments r.Xt-UciiWi- for Circuit Judge. gust next. Election in Au- ati nAumviin Wt are authorize i 1 t mn0 invpnrtvrr Great excitement has been csuwl in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr J. E. Cor ley, whrt was co ! in Texn, to announce CIIAS. .H.TH')MAS, of McCracken countv, as a to fhe office of andidate for Commonwealth's Attorney for tin Judicial i I ' CrlcU In tltp Xcrfc. District. Election in August, 1S6. Crick in tho neck, KtuI" neck, or, to use a technical torm, tortiw HI-- , is usually tho FOR COUNTY" JUDGE. rwiult of a add r of exposure of tho part U a current of c dd air. Tho We are authorized to announce J. in the buck of the Min is. souietImNAYLOR, a a candidate for the office of free at Moore & Landnini'a. General Goode, with Secretary liock, but moiv Ire jutntly it nilects only County Judge of Fulton county. Election ouo side, t:i p.tti:t bring i:i the latter is August next. In this issue will be found the Lamar, or with anybody else. caso eomp.dletl to h. Id lu. head awry in A WRITTEN STATEMENT. announcement of Judge E. S. ordf r to r. lax the limbics. A p.itieut FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. While he was spending his vaMurrell as a candidate for the of-from ii tin n cii not uncomTT is cation in Arkansas he received a monly jirt-- ntfl a ti m what comical ap-j- i We are authorized to announce Jude wfi'fi TtC fount v Attnrnp.v. . yMUJJREIiL, as a candidate for the well and favorably knowu to the dispatch arn.iiv, u d - oft. i in ale tli miUjei't regarding the siandal Offioe ofCounty Attorney, at the ensuing ' a lawyer that had arisen, and he replied o: lnueii ridicule uud lol.mg, but for :dl people uf the county, is mplaiut Ls :v rry- painful one, that Aagosl election of experience and ability and his that ho knew nothing about it. and the souutimea vor lutraetublo to is four years experience as Lounty In regard to what had passed be- treatment. A btiff acck iu children CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Judge adds largely to hit qualifi- tween the President and himself, in not uuconiuiouly the cause of it VTe are auhorized to announce T. M. cations as to the duties for CounMr. Garland said the Piesideut elevation of tcmH ntttire tho FRENCH, as a candidate for reflection to ty Attorney as pertains to busi- had called his attention to the at- fever hLstiug three or four days or more. the office of Ci rcait Court Clerk of Fulton ness affairs of the county. He tacks in the newspapers, and had When tlie p ua of acute birticidlia is very county. Election in August, 18SG. to may will make a vigilant, active and suggested the propriety of a state- great itrtdiJf le necebrjary to eudenvor a obtain bv the ailmiuh.tratiou of ment. Acting on this, the Attorney-G- hyKKlenuic iiyoeliou of morphix Local competent officer if elected. COUNTY COURT CLERK. -- nelpltes In could not turn m bed. or raise hi head; everyooav naul he was drinz of Consumption. Atrial bottle or I)r. Kinp's New Discovery was pent him. Finding relief, he boupht a larce bottle and i box ot Ur. King's New Lite I'Ularbv the time he had taken two boxes of 1'ilfa ani two bottles of the Wcovery, he wag well and had gained in flesh thirty-sipounds. Trial Bottlea of this Great Discorerr for x dal. The gentleman who called upon theat'orney-ger.era- l was one for wlio.su good opinion .Mr. Car-lan- d cares, and the convcration was a full and free one. The attorney-general said that he purchased this telephone stock at the suggestion of a southern friend, thinking it was a good investment. lie paid about i:,M) for it. When he left the State and took his present position the Pan telephone pcoplo came to him and requested him to order suit entered to test tho validity of the Iiell patent. He replied tlatly that holding some of this stork he could not take the scan- desired action. The. "attempted to argue the proposition, but he shut them off tdmrpry, refusing even to talk on the subject. From that time forward ho had no conversation whatever about the proposed suit, either with Solicitor 8. Two or Change of Locution. ago the President wrote three days John Nichols, Hickman1-Allen tt. Thurman, to favorite naj moved his barber chop from the nf Ohio, nskinir him to serve as .,, ,. , " t.e lcadiiiL' counsel for GovefnnuM t room in -. i,n.i0,i '""-".""" to Inwor.1.- . ."". litigation i. i fiiir:iunct nK....into me Judge J'"' . Eandiuni In in the approaching .. nil w , v lie.; rv , test the validity ot the i.eu ieu-.aJudge ph one patent new, c: n. ';fM ,iMe i emember, only ueo door iiiow i..s f.r..,er tel ecranhed the President janS-S- t afternoon that ho woubi accept shop. the employment and would proFresh Canned Good?, at bably reach Washington IJOOERJS'. to confer with him on the subject. ita.i. ntc U llll.. tho lYllti'll in The President is determined that now the alleged fraudulent telephone store. located in Moore bandruiuV d'ru,: Hi, ha Ikjcii matter shall be probed to the bot- proven, an( 8killisand be located here permanently tom, and has therefore diiected to alwar make good his promises. tho employment of ample legal KllM til haa talent to assist Judge Thurman in taUlieil game, the reputation as a skil'ful worktho presentation of the people's man stcond ato no ohe in hi line, and hunside of the case to the court. dred for whom he hai done work will evi- Tissii'm.iu in ViuniCl or . . Washington, Feb. CITY ITEMS , -- fS .HUM' ppp lesG THE GODRIER-JOORHA- L bar-ee- r, LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. AX tVCNT ivotaior isss n-- ,,, -- or W - ti ia tho aiktiuMlvtgrJ Ncnspapcr ot the South. U Democrstx in I rollttri, anil tint, l.itt, nnl all the time tor a r"uetkm of tho Wir Tixei m tetiud on ibe piiile by the tariff iiuw la forcr. Slonopolln, OllsrLhltm, ami tlie Spirit of Sectional Strife. Tlie (IIitET Wmn0"f Repreient-titCnurier-Jonrnat ISG REDUCTION to-nig- ht Tho Weekly Is III Cocrler-Jaurn&- .... m.lL-ui- - rwli-vbilii- ncwppr putlilirj In tb ami t e quantity ami qualltt t aunt ot ruU-that ajlari In eacli iue of it. It I" tut i itkpur Iti tslejraphlc news f.u fifties cutil . 1 anjr othfr pnppr, anil It Ima lh trrlcM of tli il)Ift rttr and cot''!,'Il, 'n l cuuntry. from wMKlr f'-- r r prr-vn- lt l Watch-make- r, the newt cl th wotk It ts every isrtiimof tli ViOfld. ltniTr to its iraderi tliriuX"ul tlie vcar a greater naral.er of Serial ami popular ami SiMft Stories Lr rn.iRBilnf. writers than any of the a Model Political and Famllj It in la tUzj Paper. rtpct lucb-prlcr- il RICES! Persona in need of Heavy Bootoi BlnnketSj Henvy Clothing, Flanhels, etc., will find it to their interest to call at m dence hi, rerlabilitv. LaudrUra s. Call at .Moore & tar tho Imrgcst Circulation of any t - Burlingame. is located permanently in Hickman i and if he fixe, your watch, i, alway., at home to prove the reliability of hi, work. Watch-maker, 'I np tlir.ugliout the fluted Mates to be a jcrrnt piper, great In nizp i great in enterp 'e; (tlrat in attlit , pret In ita Curr)rtri((t ot iaforma-tH't- i, Kn.'t in Tanrly ; prft In refj tue of tiio i.r.i It Ur'iapi.per that hate. To ! with, ut it i a ffrvat opportunity lio take lot Tli..o In uncehomes. it are nut uiliitt ti b viithuat It their list of iiand.nme and premiums of jreat nurl-t- y areoflered free to yearly aubscrib-i- s On ti'lpt of ft r.jnet Tor tbm, we send ple copy rf V Conrlr-Journtree o! eharsa d and our rrct'hra fupplcm-nt- . llng our lull hat of pretniun.r, to any addntl. A al has by Tho Woekly Courier-JournNewspaper in America. It l i.noliIi;nI by presi and rsoplo al Dctn-oora- ao Bncklt'ii'.n TliE sufTi-rmt- ? i- - Hriiioe,, Sores Ulcer,, Salt IUictim, Fever Sor is, Tetter. Chapjted Hand, Chilblaiiw, Coriw, and all Skin Kriiption,. and poi lively cures Pile,, nr no phv required. It I i3raqtecd to KIxe Infect Hatinfaction, Price 2o cent, or tngncj refunded. box. For Sale at MOOHE & LANDUUMS lbarSuvK Ariilru Snle. in the world for Cuta, FREE PREMIUMS. Having bought, very extensively in the fall, we have a few of thosfj goods to close out at greatly reduced prices. We therefore solicit your inspection beiorcbuying elsewhere. Very respectfully, ? PLATJT'S. 1,10.1; pr le P?iTA3E KATES. LETTCIl,. e in the Ilter are sent to any United States at two cent, each ouno;; dron letters one cent. Under this he id anything wholly or partly written poat-offie- "' tun? aft- -r" its toiioval. tlw appacatin should be kept .i oi.ly pu.t biutieiently loajf wuxeiM h moclcnue cl.'gicoot pain. Undoniitculy 'ie of lit'i beht leimius ty. Election in August next. semi-stat- e of war ami he did not consider that any There is a faUrV nock i a n luttikiou uf capsicum, We are authorized to announce GEORGE in Washington Territory brought thing more was necessary as com- - fur a red r, or cbeh s as it is mg from him. L. CARPENTER, as a candidate for the about by hostility to the Chinese, and caJl A. The mod f pr office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elec Tho Territorial authorities brought pplication is t.a:iiriMutiy simple. You . Uon in August next. MY NEW STAND, out the militia to protect the Chiuifude ii largo li.ijunil of crubhcil tuipai- FtiKnn ejlrcult Co nil. nese, and a conflict ensued be Xoxt door to I'nxt nffief wlium T slinll cam pods i:i a pint of hot or cold water ' toix hoiuu. You then soak u K. M. Bolincer and llattie Bolinger, FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. tween tho militia and the mob. keep constantly, Fit 155 MEATS, Sc, &c. for thirty on pieco of lL:t in V.u- - iufu.ion nud apply it lebl.i J. w. KOUKKS. Ullincse .Minister at wasinng-GORE- , We are authorized to announce W. p.J-Uer to tiic niTccto! p.tit. cv ring it all Petition Exparte. as a candidate for the office of is- -' ton demanded of President Clevewith a Uii-- i 'iactj of tjuttu pdrcha ir il To may concern He tt whom teaeor of Fulton county. Election in Au- - land protection for his country- - ISotvn on .Ztli:i t'lk to pivwiit evaporaUou. It never knownallthat on thoit2nd day of February, gust next. i men- - At last accounts ute militia ' Iwil tathe Limlrlll Timnee, and 18S6, the above styled petitioners filed iu Idisterts ur can-t-- s any ltifl hl.iniiil tlm f"Miinncn ti o that it will the Circuit Clerk's office of this county, is so pr mpt in is AsiiiNGTON, Feb. S. Tho Pa-- , tai case m ten The whipping-pos- t bill was steamer ami shipped them out of ciur Mupe ueicgnuiiiis are gieaiiy oftn miidi'Mv cure a'hi iuttrual remt- - their petition praying that the paid Hat-ti- e uiuutis. Ilchl't.i.p Dolinger he adjudged a feme sole with the territory. defeated iu the Senate." a OVCf the efitCtl oft dica for this coniwlaiut i have not much power to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for Bon.-hfrom her own benefit, any properly 8he may in. tmu- nrU.-the Chinese troubles in Washing-- ! We can Bellyou Furniture cheaper than die usf of saln which act on tho skin own or acquire free from the claim or PAY UP! uti.;.rn..i rM Ti.iinM any firm ever offered it before in Hickman. kiJi-j-yi tmJ alter tho ftatc of s Every customer is urpr'ed at our low uon win no nasseti ov t onirress. aiul - The fl'iloal-i- rjistnro mny tho claims of ber husband, to make contract?. Ml persons indebted to the niidersigneti bs 9,te and be sued, to plead and be implead, b!oodl prices, and goes away plea?ed and happy. arc respectfully requested to call and settle A monster petition, signed takeu withiuIvauUgo:Si.hit:ii.f acetate ed, to acquire, to hold, to enjoy, to dis- Stephens & Maxwell. up. A word to tlie wise is uScient. ot the i'acilic, 0r mmomn. three ounces; snirit of ni- - pose of, nnd in every way to ue the same JolUVW person J. W. ROGERS. Iebl2 filiores, will he Edit hero POOH Oil trom cthor. fro and a half drachms; ai though she were an unmarried woman. Hickman buyers are paying , tvfiity-fou- r grains; Given unJer my hand as Clerk ot Fulton a special car m charge ol a coin iodide of 35 eents for coru. r. Tno. .Montgomery & Bro., mitiee, and unrolled from the water to t tiuvs Two tablospoons-fii- l Circuit Court, this, Fehrtiary 3, 1SSG. T. M. FUENUH, Clerk. every f.ur ':turj. Ia casca iu which over Speaker's desk to the door of tho All parties indebted to us have rented the the patient s I n;r mtyh.ibit, ctdehicttm must come forward and settle Powell & Lro's grocery'store, and House, demanding that no more should, of oonra . be employed. When Special X nil co. have tho nicest rooms in the city, Chinese land in this country. tho patii'iit is much below up tho uo All persons indebted to the firm of Bon ALEXANDERS .MAXWELL. winch they will rent vcrVeasou Fiom the news this morning it of cod-l- i er oil, iron, and more especially diir&nt & Dreary, will pleas; come forward ably, to transient orregularboard- - seems that those here 'must go." quinine, Avill have to bo resorted to. at an early day, and maVo settlement. The "Fulton Circuit Court con- ers. xhey nave also secured one CaliforniansHay. if therois further "When tlie fever runs hirrh. aconito U in- - Office at E. Collins' drug store Alexander stand. in all venes 3Ionday week. of the finest eooks in the State, iirouiuc, wnoieeaie. massacres wnii Jfato'. when tho o.mpliat has turnip, & Maxwell's old DURA NT & DREWKY. IK N ..tire to protiaoiniy nrui-'want ensue, uluneso arc being smng- - dulcamara s'noidd iinnn jkavrt when it is If jon Beautify your homes by buying some of Louis Outrigger Ilickniftn, Ky., Feb 12, 1885. bo tried; to feel happy, give them a call : gled in continually across the bor-the- y atteinkd with t that lovely Furniture of l.iuciiir.Uax luina, Stepuexs & Maxwell. will show you the difference! tier of Washington Territory from belhtdiiitu.i ia tlio rruudv. In tho mo- between before taking, and after Victoria and other points of Brit-- ' ' ioritv of c;ikm wp should put our tnut iu . Xo Democratic politician can " ,1 J l.i mlr Ul'llll liVl.ir, Vkti.l saW" SALE, naifi! nil in tha llVsil ntiiilus.if t llll Ait llin liu iineiieii, in ueiiiincu ot iiiej caiaicum tiesttm:.t.IVUtl The Turkish bnth survive a Credit .Jlobiliar scandal taking. treaty, and this is enraging the la- often proves useful as an adjanct- - J'hilr With all conveniences. AIo, all claims or auythiug like it. . Corman & Co and accounts due J. We note with pleasure, that boring classes up and down the adclphux J iiit's. Call at the lowest priced Furniture hoti.-- e Apply to coast. the Grand Sale Alexander & Max- Pacific T. It. McMAIIAN. 1b America, and buy yourself rich. Stephens Maxwell. well have inaugurated, 3Iinpralojjlc.il Specimens. their Clothing, Overcoats and Should Pay His Own Clerk A HujlilnntW who did not understand "What Is life! A thawing iceberg On a aea ith snnoy shore. the value of niiiiiinlo,y, vus employed Cost, ha met with Heavy Book Hire. 0y we sail; it Mtits beaeatb m ; hy a sciei tist to carry a nag full of btones. success.. Parties Louisville Trst I unparallelled We are sunt and teen no more.' The Scotchman, seated in an inn told needing goods would do well to A bill has been introduced in another how he carried tho bag of "tho There is no excuse, for rich or poor, to Congress to allow each Congress- mad Englishman:" deny themselves the comforts and luxuries patronize them. "There was one," said he, "who gavo man a clerk, and, as an offset to fine Furniture, at the prices of media a or xoxwhich Stephens & Maxwell are offering it Miss Annie Weimer, daughter the additional expense involved, it me his bag to carry, by n short cut, across the hills to his inn, while ho took tho The Cairo Argus says: "John of J. Weimer, was married last j provides for cutting down mileage other road. Eh it was dreadfully heavy, ex and, when got out of sight Bose, a horse thief, broke jail at week,' in Dversbursr, Tenn.:' to Mr. allowances to actual traveling After an absence of nearly four weeks, . . I . determined ' i Ky., Sunday night, and is Merrick Bracken, clerk ol thei peuses. This should no none wiui- to see what was iu it, for I wonderud al I am Clinton, Dyer Circuit Court. Mr. Bracken j out paying 'the clerks. The bill the unco weight of the thing; and man, at large. has drawn a capital prize in the wouHt sunpiv greatly increase xue it's no use for you to guess what was in that bag, YOU CAN BUY matrimonial lottery, antl Miss An- number of public documents sent etones." for you'd ne'er rind out It was CongressMens Arctic Overshoes at 81.23 nie's Ilickmau friends send con- through the mails. A "And did yon carry it?" man has ample time to attend to " " " 1.00 gratulations. "Carry it! Man, do ye think I was as Ladies his own correspondence. What mad as himself? Nne! Nne! I emptied u :' 83 .Misses ." in Dissatisfied-person- s are try ho wants a clerk for is simply to mem an our, inn i nuetl tlio liacr niraui and ready to receive and execute work fig" " G3 Ghildrens " my line, promptly and at reasonable the houso, and and, if from tho From the lowest price house in ing to get the Legislature to make help him to a re election; pay the him goodcairn nearfor his nionev." I gavo ures. Respectfutlv, inciiMire of Ballard. The he employs one he should two counties out .America, E. A. BURLIXGAME. pocke', ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. new county is to bo named Car- salary out of his own purse. and Moore &. Landrum's Drug Store. j6y-lately exhibited at Ax onrang-outanlisle. Tho" Legislature certainly not out of tho public Miuiicli amused the pcoplo by its bkill MisH Agues Worth, a beauti- ought to do no such thing. Wo on tho violin, until one owning" a doubtful and accomplished young lady, have too many countiesmow. The A a'rncIniMHtiiiii I" Uic cominp up and settling your accounts btuck a into it, of Moscow, Ky., is visiting her dissatisfaction grows out? of tho Washington, Feb. 9. The Pre- ful visitor no effect,penknife its tail, and as By us, or else you will be required to with this had pulled which issued a proclamasident officer. friend, Miss Stella Millard. county removal feud. came off, bringing along a piece of hide. settle with an s PLAUT BROS. & CO. tion in reference to the The disguise had delhd detection for a Several persons in Padncah, F l t ttsrvttlslA nt week. Tho wearer was the father of tho he Kentucky Legislature has nml w.,rnL aii inHui-e- nt this week, were poisoned from and ail exhibitor of the prodigy. bought at the mar- passed the Offutt Constitutional eating "souse," sons who havo asSemlilcMl at . )oJnt w;ti,m n,e K:Ud territory ket house. "Souse" is now boy- Convention bill, repeateti inc imsii i . the We are authorized to announce W. p. M'tint Can lie Done. Cabinet meetinir he made a state TAYLOR, a a candidate for to By trying again and keeping up courage the office ofCounty Court Clerk of Fulton many things feemintjly impossible may be ment embodying and elaborating county. Election in August, 1S8G. attained. Hundreds of bo!cSo cas;H of the above facts. At the conclu- Kidney and Liver Complainthavc been xion he mui tluif if it s cured by Electric Bitters, after everything eretl his continuance in the Cabi-- ! FOR SHERIFF. else had been tried in Tain. So. don't We are authorized to announce W. A think there is no cure for you, but try net would embarrass the administ ration he was prepared to resign. SHUCK, as a candidate for to Electric Bitters. There is no medicine no the office of Sheriff of Fulton county. nafe, so pure, and so perfect a Blood Pur:-fier- . Tho President a.sked that the Election in August next. Electric Bitten will cure Dyspepsia, statement be put in writimr. Mr. Diabetes and all Diseases ofI the Kidneys.. CJnilnud. said he had done this.! . . . . . i Invaluabl e in aliections oi ciumacn ana juwl linii m ;n!oil tim written stntn. i FOR JAILER. , ,. . . . ,,, run ,. nil ITrinarv Diffinil.T Liver, and v.vtvH.i.v M.nm, . ..itr n imi.fii. zn iiiv in.iiin-initio. We are authorized to announco THO5. ties. Larce iiottles only ou cis. :u .Moore i. Since then the matter had V. WALLACE, tin a ctndidite for re elec- & Landrum's. been referred to between them, to the office of Jailer of Fulton countion eneral ! u-n- said that at next nnniMimw ' iiiVCtttT. Hot UUirCOUellllV , I prove Hticcuhbful. f lot fi.msatatious are w j r amih-ai-ku!)- . ,.nnil. c very valuable, as, for ox.unple, a piece of bin,i..puin vniug - oaioi uoi-s- i eruiiu 'ipp'ied MtL.-- aloiu- ur cprUiUcd with laudanum, or billaduxnia liinment, or n ttrtUMiuation of tho tivo. 'Imi)entino often provts. useful in tlii'so cnse.s. Over a ilonuel wraug out of hot water a little turpentine shwuld lo sprinkled and applied till it nrudurts nilnes. tinalinc cii to near in mum nuti smarting, t r"i4tiA "in: ii;i nrin n itit 3l poatrio co.-- o:i aurme-.ti- i' r tkn Xewnpiperp, periodicals, exclusively in print, mailed by publishers, one cent a I oiind. BO0IC3, fETC. Wtekly, one yar, including a free pre.. ..... mium flM Weekly, toclubsof Ctnandoter, wiUiOut 110 ........ ptvnliuiili n.h..in.u. or ctary club ot fits names sent u at one time, tho sender ot club wl'l be sent as a present ant one ot our free premiums selected bj him. Dally, (except bunday), one jeer .. lf.fO It n.' Daily, (except hunday ), six nit.nlh . i. l)il), (eirept JunJiV), one month .. . un.lu), nie j ear iffl . Sunday, six lu'.nths .. I (JO Xo trarelinc agents are emptied by the but a good local a prut I. wanteit for it Iu eiery community, to whom a liberal ash Cummin. ion to allotted. If the Courier-Journa- l In yonr neighborhas no l hood, send to us for our Agent' ConvsnlriR Outnt. which wo send free of charge. All orders, requests for outfits, sample topics, etc., should be addressed to SUE3CBIPTION TEItHO. Bros, dfc? m 0 S & M ... . 1 Courier-Journa- l, -- .fcsr.sfcgam bx-a- Dooks circulars, and other matter wholly ia print, one cent for each two ouno. or fraction tliercot. MEBCIIANniSK. V. N. HALDEMAH, B QOKS i TritKit CrWr-iairsCo., LOUISVILLE, KT. ESTRAY NOTICE. ...... i. .. t'i.iifini.,i j no 1AV "a iAfj u t-- i i ' i iiii .- i i m. - h . for tome neer j p snuu-tune- s -- j j All other matter, merchandise, &c, one Taken up "f a ctray, by LuUe L. Smith, cent an ounce or fraction thereof. on hN farm, six miles cast of south of Hickman, on the Slate line road, in Fulton county. Kentucky, five head of hogs, two spotted bowh, each marked with owallow 25cts Lower than the Lowes fork in left and half crop off of right ear. I have no clerk expunass no store ren One sow shoat. same mark; two white pay cash for all ray Groceries, and shoats. one male and one female, unmarkand berefore can sell as cheap as the cheap ed, and valued before mo by Harden Pate; CAX BUY A St. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon the twosow-- at fie dollars each, and the AIL t.ar Flour, '2o cents cheaper than the low three shoata at one dollar each. Gien -j crri.iJaVTtir.'s'i.'-.i-r;- under my hand, Feb 10, 1BP0. JOHN WITTING. Before deciding this question we K S. MURRELL, J. F. C. C. STMIERI ART NOTIONS. -,.- nu-t'jst-...feisMsst e Groceries. i WHERE I SClTAltl.F, PRESEST:AT ITS HE VALUE? t-j- ful and varied stock. invite you to examine the beauti- 1 1 -- e j 2enlhe;i I MES. JENNIE GARDNEP , iac-mvenn I I to-d- ne6 SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of fechng tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong? You can continue feeling miserable and good for nothing, and no one but yourself can find fault, but if you arc tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. at new store, Fuqua & DcBow's old 6tand. has an endless variety of , Uooks and Fancy Stationer)-Port-folio- Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards, ic. &c. Pencils, and Toys in endless variety. s, -- i;i.. !' tav. t - s I i S j A-I- iKti.-.uuu- eir-Ji- up-stair- s pr WANTED ! Customers'to buy the remainder of our Fall and Winter stock of il i ! AlolWELLINGliSETOR How? By getting one bottle of Brown' Iron Bit- a i z -- , i ters, and taking -- 11 it regularly according to directions. Maasfield, Caio, Nov. 5, lSSi. Gentlemen I hare suffered with pain in my siJe and back, an&creat soreness on ray breast, with shooting puns all through my body, attended with treat calcnen, depression of spirits, and loss of appetite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prominent physicians for rny liver, kidneys, andspleen, but I cot no relief. 1 thought I would try Brown's iron Bitten: I have now taken one bottle and a half and ara about well pain in side and back all cone soreness all out of my breast, and I have a good appetite, and am gaining in strength and flesh. Itean justly to called iituking of tnidmnti. JOKK K.AtXENDtE. -- i, im, s, mm, n, dec-25-3- !fc g at ft the Piic -- We will give'good bargains in all lines to make room for our Sp V. AA A.. tjiuv.n. 'Pl.n (juuua iiiuoi Kn ouiu n.wl ,...11 Yr yut 1y.- - cuuugu SO ally auc imaHo nmcf u. Cftlrl aim iii uc ..' lutv can buy and be satisfied in prices and quality. cfrvstl ... -- n -- i .. ! J. AMBEEG'S SONS; BACK AGAIN, At g siiMm-RCiit- "Save Cost," Brown's Iron Bitters is composed of Iron in soluble form; Cinchona the great tonic, together with other standard remedies, making a remarkable tonic, which will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Weakness, and relieve all Lung and 'Kidney diseases. non-alcoholic J. W. COWGILL, DEALER X3ST to-nig- ht DRUGS, PATENT ssissssssssssl Trusses AND anti-Chine1 1 1 Csit-affl- C 111 i ?I I --T- J - Law, and tho Senate Imfrepealod i of Washington for the unlawlu I ., .u purposes aforesaid, to desist tnere- Mr. B. H. Freeman is announc lino uuuiuiu.uT o.uicjt ; Iliciuttx, Ky., Feb. 0, 18SG. killed ino vippiiig-ed as a candidate for Mayor of Tins summarizes their! work 0111. jvom, and to disperse and retire Council met. Present, Mayor French ; to peaceably to their respective Councilinen Witting, Cole, Kogers antl Falton. Such a Mayor will re- date. abodes on or before G o'clock in Hertweck flect credit upon that live, enteron the 10th day of The minutes of the last meeting were prising town. read, approved and signed. There was wwuim Mini tii the. afternoon ., "'--. ,, .. ainl- esteemed en at tho residence oJfMr. nuil,'""" ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. r n .v .,. u.uum au Os!.axai.c., i ,. ... j. i countyman, Mr. Robtert Powell, Mrs. James Woar.i TnocfloV nJcrlif i noiuieiy no ji..uu. :.. iiiu mlu.i tion The following accounts were presented i i .,i.. i. :. ...i,"" in t.: vjiuc ni..i. jj were .. r,.;n returned from New Orleans, on last, by the uoi oiuiuuiJi ri mi.nli.nt- - !..,.... rrilk eiiuiie uiuu. Wlluj' JL1JU ...:T:,:., IllU Ollll on properly approved, and on motion, checks IIIIIIIKS Everybody enjoyed, the UlOll V duty. Xo Federal troops have ar- allowed, and Clerk, ordered to issue Wednesday, where he and wifo hugely, and return many thanks rived as expected, from the urgcut for tbe same . had beeu spending the winter. S 7 15 G. M. Wilhurn, street work to Mr. and Mrs. W. for their kind11.30 Washington. mx. m -,- cotted in Paducah. Council fi'rocceilins. Oac-venerab- ,:.?) le INSURANCE. LitI liHII MEDIUMS! H RWKssssssMssI Abdominal ) ill v0 PAINT S A.TX tairW ssWssJl JtKllssssiWffifiSKssssflSaSfe. TDILET KRTtfLES &c., &c jfllsBssssssssssssssBLssPBTXTssssssstssssssssssssslflsssssssstV ..felimil llfc Ti iPBBvmssssBssssssssli' 11 W 1 I , LANDE.UM & DAVIS, r. &c &c SsSssPJsssssfrJssmyT'' Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. sr. sss(ssssllstsssslsr3hsmsTEss-- &c, T&c nade their appearance f-- Counterfeit silver dollars have ness. & in Hickman, and can hardly be detected Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock, from the genuine except by the tho hero hf Gettysburg, and the weight and ring. Look out for Democratic candidate for Presithem. dent in 1SS0, died, suddenly, in Hickman county has instruct- Xew York, on Monday. Truly, ed for Judge Caswell Bennett for the great heroes of the. civil war Judge of the Court ot Appeals. are dropping off rapidly? y It seems certain that West will go solid for the old St. Valentine Day. veteran. This day occurs on ttfe 14th, Many of tne voters in town next Sniiday. Of course many Jfoaday were so enthusiastic for young people will wanCto select Oapt. Handle, that tuey wanted the 'an appropriate gift for their sweetconvention to take him up. There's hearts, and many older folks may no use in trviug to beat him in ' desire to "poke fun" at somo of these parts. Cliuton Democrat.' their acquaintances. Mrs. Jennie (Sir old friend Thos. S. Will- Gardner has a largo supply of iams after a residence of 59 years cneap as wen aa elegant valentines, which will suit all tastes. in Tennessee has moved into proposes to pass his Go and see them. and dMlining years in this State. Tho Congressmhn Stone is urging CpUKiEK wishes him success and Attorney General Garliad to UWftl. the pardon of S.E. Taylor, r now in the Missouri The enterprising firm of .penitentiary & Maxwell have bought the for fraudulent pension extortion. ttek of that popular grocer, J. Taylor waa fonnerlv Tram Ballard W.Jterers, and henceforth carry county, Ky., and is said to be dying tm grocer business at Kogers' oi consumption. .Capt. Stone HA atiwid in' connection with their thinks the pardon wuTbe granted. tbafiiiupfi-house- . . Paducah Standard. ' appeals sent to Attorney-Genera- City Clerk, Tax and Assesor's books. TO BENT CITY AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: Ken-taek- Ken-tack- y reco-men- d Alex-M4e- ously thinking of resigning his place in tho Cabinet on account of developments concerning his course as a Senator. It is apparent that for him to resign voluntarily is to confess that ho has been detected iu corrupt practi ces, and, this not being the case, ho would do himself tho gravest injustice in taking any action in which such a confossionmight bo implicated. It is plain,howover, that ho is subject to infirmities1 of judgment which render him an exceedingly unfit person to act as the confidential advisor of a Democratic President, especially since, while he continues to serve in such a capacity, there is a necessary inference that oven his weaknesses are indorsed by tho party of tho Administration. It would bo wise and not unjust, wo think, for the President to remove Mr. probable that It doesl not seemGarland is seri- II.VI.L. Bing night bell after 10 o'clock A proposition of Mr. Hoehn, to rent the" City Han for balance of this year, upon PHCEXl"X,of Hnrifonl, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, motion, wai referred to a committee comof Councilinen Cole and Rogers, and Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE CO.MPANV OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, posed on motion, the Mayor was added to the .4 iVZ THE committee. COMPENSATION OF CITY MARSHAL. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. On motion, the compensation of the Gffice, at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. City Marshal was fixed at four hundred and twenty-fivdollars for 18S0, with the understanding that in addition to the duties of City Marshal, he is to perform the dutiesof street commissioner, waiting up on the Council, and act as sanitary and x e Hue commissioner. On motion, Council adjourned. W. L. McCUTCHEN, C. C. Attest, e TIME TUXED AND FXRE TESTED. RBIiIABLIS. -- ss M ..... SfSSIS SSTS sisssssssss SSS ss sfc The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of Xyopx-- Ss TUo.xx.d-- ST. LOUIS MARKET. Wheit. -- Xo. 2, offered at 90c ; bid,90c. $10.50 ; fancy choice. $14.00. CORN. White, 34r;a35c. DRITC3-GIST- S BIG W. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware. which are offered at Ha V. Strictly prime, Sll.50; mixed, STOCK OH Garland. -- ThroiiRh the urbanity of Capt. W. 4 Shuck, I hate secured your forty percent, antl am now rcacly to pay it out. IVollce lo Teacher. j. ii. Saunders, Co. supi. Good steers, $4.30 to ?4.50; common, $3.85 to $1.15; Bcalawagi, $1.75 to $2.75; milch cows, $20.00 to $55.00; veai calves, S0.00 to $9.00. Mules 14 hands, 4 to 7 years, $70.00 to $S0.00; 16 to 16 handa. 4 to 7 years, $150.00 to S175.00. Horses. Heavy draft, $120.00 to S140 good drivers, $30.00 to $110.00: plugs $15.00 to $40 00. Hogs. Butchers and packers paving from $3 50 to;$4.00. Cattle. LIVE STOCK. KINDS OF LAlfPS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE THE and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. PRICE ROOFING. J?. B. S! All foods guaroteed to g WHITE SEWING MACHINE PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIAX.TTT. f The best roof for the least money. Experienced workneft eMpkf-The attention of builders especially desired as this koase willgivtifC-Correspondence solitled. cial inducements ; . f -- BREVARDi 2S. i-A - - vi u '1 i, v. f f- strr ,C . 'It JzJjzM&ii ''tnTBCKKiH BbraiEB.; THE COW LAW. ft The Tan Electric people are Everybody has heard of "The still receding a goodly share of 1 STARVING MECHANICS, Attorney-GenerWill a,v An"f ,ljt compara- - attention at the hands of the New , .. w.wV "eauv ac York dailies, notably, The World. JNocKesign. curate knowieiigo ot its orMn That paper contained about seven Kt., A Mob 50,000 Strong. Frankfort, - xox organization and objecta. Fr0m columns besides editorials relaJau. 23. J88G. j SHIWIENT OF VALUKD GOODS. the latebt authority on tlioci,;.. to those Last Monday the long smoulder- - The hills around us, as well as u asiungtox, I'eiiruary . J lie we sum inarue the iolloviiiLr jllfr- - ting be amiss interested. It might to call attention to not feeling of London! the bottom of tins peculiar inden ' Keeretnrv of the. Trinsnrv lms ri omincr ing sncialfotic . i ...:.. Oil tin icft 01 Carill, are ..nivnil i Inttnr Irnn, tl.n Sm.rnrrr fit ct the following pertinent iiujuiiius UtliOll usrst forth in the shape or a mob wrapped in ine louiiiier amii present made to tho Xew York World: DEAL Ell IN snow. The Kentucky of Slfltl. 8Uiri:estiIlir that liereai'. Cntt linnru lial.l tAAIlA of the ami w'WA"UU1'a" "" """.""" "ver, Bomewlmt swollen. ll'Om re- - tor s)iimiiput nf (rnnilu vilmwl fit is William Iiooth, aSalvation army Does our contemporary mean ... . native of ijnif. to assert that Senator Edmunds sv.sir itfi uoBHCBUMMi mi .iiii. tiii-i!..i. ii. cent nuns, and li eneil witli ice less than s0 may0.... admitted to be "")"""..I'" '"J JVillB run' cannot discharge his duties as a ,,0"V defiance of law, police or ttoWiers.j ami the clays of her mountain entry at the custom-houswithout oiittirosiui iiiiiiinicr :. Wh'lL IS Senator because he is the attorin infuriated mob sacked hous- - gorges, win'dms her serpentine ti:o pronucuou ot consular m cuui-The mi- .uuuiuiusi jNihv yjV.. ney of the Drawbaugh Telephone ni.. ' .. .,.....:,... i :.. u.. .:...ini. c .ir..f h,. ...I course across Hia iritv and auionjr ,.,.;.o ...,.i c..v;n ti..,t ., SUDS, FARM &C. tU'11' thc' fiicroaehii,,' hills, disappear- - tive order will shortlv be IskhpiI .,.,..., U,"T ". ' ...... ifi..il ,is ,i .HHi.. ........ ., -;an mo iicinmc i. ...t r ..:..:..!., un- uuu " Vt o'pi. V ur mai senator oiierinan is i.Viin KPiMii to come wlu'i-i Vs."liir ec lor nu- - as a Meihodisl labored ""ci, llt l0 vote on or consider any (Clinton Street, Connan & Co! Old Stand ) toicihlv whipped citizens who we.e well V,?.t. s tl.c e r,h"Ur;U,Vr-- ' invoices of goods and with great suecc.s in Uieprm- - tion affect.ng the Government's we.iiin biiu huts .ixeii this pi.ue, o. i it valued at over 6.0 and less than cipal English cities and xox- i;i, , , gtulty of various ati.U, were bo flfty yn,ug a nts; that the collector of cus- - persons derhued ilienwelTea coi- -! Or that Senator Plumb cannot other ats of violence, but killed J;ik loi L "l r M aS " Jj Vder-Lu,t voto wil1' Propriety on any ques- V o one. , 8?v'r t'o 4t io 8 p,M"ted '0 with the 200, and at Shetheld, 003. lh ls0l,' ' tion atrecliug Government mds, ""rdaiiee Ve meeting, called a mass A public a mountain in "" :,bove mentioned suggestion m all the conterence to whose urisdic-- i 1ipiihs h is . uvnr, meeting of tho starving median- - out of , and only,the dr. twood cases wierc hp s tlie im. tion Ml, Boolll belonged, own hun u d the Leg,shUurJ kept the c.tj ,,ortors , faUh a.ul to his n.oae of operations, ics had been a88embledJ and speak- acle, In ! n wf v .rxaax..-v importations arc not bro sistcil that he should acceptwb. - vaoa, vsnoiiKi noii vote on the a,where were holding a setsilThe Legislature doubtless has re- tieit pastorale. Iceliug that such ver question, because he owns a I have secured, permanently, one of the finent workmen in the Slate, and will make cited multitude, wben tne ponce j,!ul ,,.,, ,0 Uo witi, l!ie j)l0Spcr- - en up with aof iew to evade the quirements the statutes. ttiih not his vocation, he left the rilfl untie or two? roofing and tlnninp a specialty put man appearance and arresieUjity ot tins :itv.Vnit lor the pres Methodist body and commenced m.'. that Senator Miller, of Cali ilotio I will not be utulerold, een in larger cities. GAKLANI). CLEVELAND AND Or the si eakers.The meeting ral - ent sle is gettiugibut little of the li'nlipiini.fS rniV(TTnV ... v.. ...... v. Tlif. pleaching , as an , eai.geh8tic mis- - fornia, ought to resign, because . . ...... ....,,. . lied and rescued the speakers pap winch routes troin the teat ot niildislwMlI i. i Wi., stiitfiiiontf; tlmt H... 6ioiii";ii.uepenueiiioniiiycliurHi. he owns stock in tho Alaska Eur from the police, and then the mob ine Stale Treaswv. Louisville. lie oegan his new won in ij'at Company i tbegji to grow and increase as it the ',PennvrUiJ'f'y.mointain Ndis- President and tho Attorney-Genera- l .are considered the orWj'i5Tt Or Unit Senator Miller, of New ? weiuf and sobu held the whole tricts nrVSsSg.iHikth-s'are indifferent to the attacks made upon the latter rognidiug Loudon, and the results were so York, is disgracing himself by reLegislation is progressing slow city in terror and dismay . . encouraging that in 1S7.J-7what maining in the Senate while an The demand of these wotking' '.V, but nothingis lost on thatac- his connection with tho had previously been known as owner of a paper-pulTelephone Company, and the making people was that they are out. ot count ; tor mature consideration "The Christian Mission," was reemployment, that they are willing is most important. Some good story that neither of them read organized under the name of "Sal patent! Or that Senator Stanford what to work, that their luuiihes are legislation is proposed and some upon appears in tho newspapers vation Army. ' As it now exists debased and degraded man, is a bethe subject is equally false. H.' starring, and that unless the Eng- most pernicious. Under the lata leading School in all matter of education of Young Lxdiea No other rchor.I in the army is under the absolute falls Senate bill No. 2. Both the President and Mr. Gar control of the ''general," next to cause he votes on a railroad ques- ISthe boutli .ince the war ban had ho great success. I'nreutn can trust their children to lish government engages in some ter .head tion while holding stock in the its thorough and uteady working For liberal tennis address seen act enterprises by which they can get which is an..:.. .. to: suppress ..!pleu land havehonn nearly everything " ""'" ' W,V! ul"" " niiiw, wu Pacific railroads ! :.. i .,. tlmt" ine nil ilielioil in Xv DR. W.E.WARD. a t . i miuseii io ;""-", work, they must starve, or force lms cli:ii"e of nUu.mftPrK V" V """"?. " ," Or that Mr. Hewitt should not ". ctsowneie, anu ute puu- - Ptl, w,t" t"- - appointment ot line- exist among cattle. This bi , by o 5o imt-bread from the rich. voto on the tariff, because he is r T...... k.i.i..:..., been discussed not. licatious This is a dreadtul, terrible pic- ..: rior oflicers, finance, property and Senate, and will, in a olll.v l3' them in private, but with supplies. England is divided into an iron manufacturer? ture, of a starving people, willing passed the i... IP B .. ii Or mr.iiilinru nf " i " ..... r".' ILUHUUC. U.lll as, unmo ine lniiisc. illin ntlinr X13nn.;.lA... 1..... llm ffilit.- .....,;.,..;...? ......i lllllli:! ........... 1...1 guilty that a Mr. Pulitzer would be to work, deinaudiiiir einnlowueut. lew .1... oe !.!'. i.... lilMIIIIKt.il! of criminal act in voting .. i CMUCIll JICOlXIII" Hill IIU l.A..i IICl. r.. '. and what desperate revolution it It appropriates .i,UM) to pay lor '... for an appropriation to defray the tatiou and has felt no delicacy in . a "commissioner;" the s at fo() i herd of may lead to can be imagined. cost of an early fast mail train to matter over with Mr. es ,ar0 sbdiided into lu the United States wo have each, and 3 per day and tiaveling of take his esteemed paper west on and the latter has been lnii, ,ulr. a horse doctor; and ' labor strikes, mechanics and other expenses for candid. Tho subject is "els; thednisioi.sinto "distnets, a quicker schedule than at presthe whole matter is put into the working people demanding better' cuder commuiid of "majors;" the (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) wages, but we have never yet (hands of the board of health, and alluded (0 nearly every time Mr. Uriels into "sections," undei ent rules Garland goes to'the White House this body is constituted a travel been broucht face to face with eonimand ot -- adjutants;' the see-b'in There are about 1,100 convict b committee, with expenses and and is perfectly well understood starving population, demauding the entire oflicial family of tlie,t,0,,s, lulil "stations," under the State, and accommodation paid by the State, that the Government give them compensation in the penitentiary for only 018. Everv new point 'm of "eaptains with the State, examining "work by which to preserve life.' to roam over Co.. will return out is gfyen attention, 'S "lieutenants." lhere are also The Mason-FoarHow fast we areannroachincrt than all the old short horn eow in the t lite OPENED, with new JSTOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIC5S for hire. and it is said that all that is pub- - "sergeants,' "corporals, etc.disci-e- all to the prison March 1st The may be guessed at by the land; and, if they find one which condition reasonable. 1'atroiiHfte solicited. lished is dipped out and preserv- - strictest subord.nauon and State has no material, no maehine- - JUST frequent labor strikes occurring. is a little feeble, and ha- not lungs for future use. The President I,,u, ,1S entorced, and sin. otl.cer y, to furnish work for them. It jack-ass- , It will not be many years before equal to a blue l"ix' b. reinined or suspendiid by will cost the State about 100 a onr own country will be confront- they order her killed at once at has, however, expressed his wish &llvml-shoulCabinet;1''1: 6,!!,I,le order day to feed them. The question 5 the expense of the owner. But if that the members of tho ed by this terrible issue. A to wear is, "what will the legislature do olncers areobhged present take no part in at her lungs be clear, and she hapA people well provided for, the regulation uniform til all times; with full stomachs and good warm pens to have traeled the same the contioversy, nor say anything the rank and tile only when on about it?" for publication whatever. This clothing and happy homos, gener- road which some duty. The bands, which aie per shorthorn has traveled or policv of silence is adopted be haps the most prominent feature, The bill to make gambling a ally are violent in their condemheld cause the President feels that the are composed exclusively of inein felony has been cordially supportnation of labor strikes that inter- smelled a fence or a ed throughout tho State the where some such diseased cow future will exonerate Mr. Gar- - bers of the army who arc willii fere anil destroy prope land, and press almost unanimously calling is The Fall Session will commence erty. country they are has passed along, then straight- motives becauso the source, the to devote then musical talents and the purposes of the for its enactment. looked upon as the culmination of way such cow must be killed and to tiered purposes. war are a mean jealousy, akiu to robbery paid for by the State or the peo- fully upon the attorney-genera- l Privates as well a- o dicers must MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, understood. a spirit that would like to force ple. As soon as the $5,000 is coni ha e been cou cited and recoil ed Saddlery aijd Harness CONFIDENCE IX GAKLAND. from tlie better class that which sumed, which will mostly go for a certificate of membership, which And'Couttuuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences they have been too lazy to work one herd in Harrison count v, as con- - is renewed annually and withheld ine rresiucnt has as much for. But while this is true in soon as the horse doctor or tho fulonce in and respect for Mr. (Jar- - for misconduct. Eiery soldier MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 188G, thousands of instances, it is also smening committee scents another land as he had the day the cabinet mii!t give up intoxicating uee PLUMMER & FARRISS, old cow in some other part of the was sworn in, and the eflorts that ages, regularly attend all tlie meettrue that great governments ought Continuing Five Months. to be able to know actually and State which has, in the opinion of have been made to drive the ings, indoors and outdoors, and Jackson St , opposite Courier Office, the horse doctor or the traveling rney-general practically as to the condition of out of the cabinet be active in beuei olent work and The course of study, including thorough primary work in English branrhei. - - - KV. HICKMAN, Latin, CSreeic, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, the mass of workiiig people, and committee, been at all exposed to have only served to strengthen particularly in religious affairs ; Music, Drawingand Calisthenics. at all hazards and ail expense to this dire disease, then this old him in his seat. While Mr. Gar the great object of the army be AWELLnelecteJ stock of S.vhlle anil Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of students for college, ard young work made to order. guarantee a great body of people cow, together with all the cowst land has frequently expressed ins ing "the salvation of the world; men for buniue?. Prompt attention given to , . .. '.c frnn. oiiu- - KIlO I1SIR Kf'.PlllP.M. Or r.lIIIPP n II ivhn who are wi Ilinrr tn " " .lut.i aim.. i':icii i" """i ration from rn ..tn hi- ...I ...;.. hv'ftirit cnriiH or iiisirici. ""K"c - tn ivnciv l.A ttiiiiiiiua- - i. . timet if:ibh suntiort itself - A I Jt vation. The power of humanity have scented her, me to be killed, embarrassment It K IIXG wilt never permit of a; sll,1 tne Governor is directed to tendering his resignation, the' necuniarilv. The married officers of any kind, lie has secured the services people to roll in wealth and luxu-- J draw a warrant on the State Treas- - President has refused to listen to, receiio about . or G.f0 per of that well known and excellent workTUITION: or i,0UU to pay tor this old such suggestion, and there is no week : the unmarried male officers. man, Uncle Hob Fnrri, which of itself 5h s ry and the other to tuf-ur.11.iter associates, more nrobabi itv ot a vacancy .1 about 62.30 to 64 the ft male, a guarantee of good and faithful work, .,,,,, fer and starve " in suoritioru aim iuoniiia, rimftry l npiiB per " " 0 But if one of these should escape the ofiico of attorney-genera- l Intermediate than about 1. 30 to ;.2."i. The general apt 24 uv zti n cc(i aim uuu up 111 some outer couniy, in the war or navy department, has no pay, and the highest bala- Stone's Work. PAYABLE MOXTIII.Y IS ADVAAX'E in piacu, sue is 10 uet.ipiureu uuu rnc rresioent win not asK Air. ry, .s7.")0 per auuum is gneu to l'riucttou Diuuer. nerseit anu new associates must. Garland to resign, nor would ho the chief of stall'. Mori of the FETHE'SSALOON. B. C. Capt. Stone is third on tho War be killed, and tho Governor must' accept his resignation if it were1 nnii..rR nhtmn thoir iiiiitnrin$i tv..i. A I'LKASAXT IlESttltT. Ulauus committee, sixth of Bail-- i draw his warrant IVIAHY favor of the of cost. Ten per cent, of all ways and Canals. Fully one third horse doctor aud the traveling, tendered Hickman, Kv., Aug. 7, 1SW. 3m ' the diFRESH DCER constantly on tap. monejB collected goes to of the bills introduced in Congress health commission for another Xho Tohneco. of the Rumor That Mr Garland visional fund," and on oue Sunday Patronage solicited. best brands. go to the War Claims committee, cijuuu 10 pity lor iius 101. Vlld one week day in each quarter, and Will Resign. aud call for hard, constaut, unre- thus, as fast as a sick cow be dot tf collections are made at every sta mitting labor on the part of that found in some other place, she 4. Tho talk tion for "the imperial tuiiil" Washington, Feb. committee, aud all the bills affect-Ka- must be killed at tho expense of of Washington and even the talk oinimipna tho from. ml tnnn roads aud they are num- ier unfortunate owner, and the of the country is about the Pan- HOW TO SAVE 1J0NEY. training erousare sent to Kailways and coivs with which she has been as-- , Electric Company and the prom- - jagement, foreign ofwork,sick. Thi" the homes and relief - Canals committee. sociated must also be killed, but iuent men who We are Wholesale Headquarters lor been caught fund has liberal contributions These latter bills embrace ques- these at the expense of the peo- - and exposed in have the meshes of the fr(,m outside friends, aud is aided grades of tions of economic transportation, pie of the whole State, and the job. It is pretty clear that the by trade among the members aud often times involve great quesmust draw another Senators and members of the rj.(i on ut headquarters, and the CHZWIN, miM T03AGCQ ad WM tions and features of practical check for $1,000. And thus the House who accepted stock in the profits on the sale of the army statesmanship. Capt. Stone has horse doctor and the cow com- - company The his bauds full of work, and he will initteo keep hunting, with expen-- . implied, ifpaid nothing for it.under-- ! paper, the War Cry. Financial and will job to dealera onlj at Factory not the express no doubt, do his part of it faith- ses paid by the State, and live standing, was that they should use reports aro prepared every year prices; also the by professional accountants, fully. a day to the horse doctor,' their oflicial positions to further ether with a full statement of BCICKM-A-jS- T alias veterinarian, and 82,500, ' the enterprise. If most of them what has been done at homo and Dentil Scotch and Superior Stotch Snuff, (possibly jj U00 it the whole plan have not done this it was because abroad, and the general condition Two Hickman Girls, placed at the disposal the occasion had not yet arisen, army. In 1SS4, the total St. Louts, Feb. 2. About 1 succeed) ot the board of health to defray1 But all correspondence between of the raised and oxpended was the Lett in the market. "We also keep ainouut o'clock this morning the St. Clair its expenses and pay for constantly on hand a choice Helection its time, with . sisters, Kose. aged 21, and Xellie, until there ivill be found sick cows Senator is Harris and others want- - eariv .4375,000, and during that of Rogers damaging. They year 2,332 oflicers, or paid aged 23, both inmates of a house MANUFACTURERSOF to bankrupt the people led secrecy. They did not want gelists, were employed in and out llf ... , FAMILY GROCERIES. ... - ill.reiilltf , Xn. ii9-- l Rnninn 3t ,,. ,.v ui for tho next century. the matter talked about at the:0f England at 037 stations and CONFECTIONERIES, attempted suicide by taking the AND FRUITS, 'lhe bill was'otel8 or in tl10 newspapers, but! 570 village missions. The total contents of a bottle of ... lmni.if1 Tlorriu tmta Jf enrolled memership is at present killed in the House. pell very low for the cash which we will laudanum. Prior to taking the Why did they want secrecy? If over 500.000. Please call and see us. drug they sat down in their room HA JhUI the enterprise had been a legitiaud each wrote two letters to the A Ballard County Boom. FUQUA fc DcSOW. mate one and their connection with Short-Sighte- d other inmates of the house, giving i'ailucali VxUj NVvtk.I Economy. it honest, why did they fear talk instructions what to do with their LutiikVHIe t'oiumtrcial.J and publicity? Those who think, that no good remains after death. A timely disCards. reason for are ever corner from making an exhib-- ' Ihese questionswell being asked If the onlyGeological abolishing covery by one of their companions by Democrats as Survey is as Republi the State of the house caused a physician it of a country's products at an cans. It is generally D- - G. PARK, to appear. He applied the usual exposition are mistaken. Doctor' that Garland will resign, believed that it will lessen the expenditures lie 15 trom the treasury, is u very poor remedies, and up to a late hour Loughridge, Assistant State Geol said to have had a long interview reason. 1110 same it plea might bo ATTORNEY AT LAW, this morning the girls were still in ogist, who has been in the Legisla- r"L c part year brlnghVgH!! for the a critical condition. The. two pa- - KY. HAYFIELD, m uo W.U.HU mill UIB1U will'miu, uiuu uum. itsuiL,.. a cry U " . . . LIIU llllllUlillO t UUL Wiwl lli:ii:ill UUU IxWl, tients are from Hickinau, Ky. an investigation in both the much greater saving. 11 tne sur " : ,.,;,, ,... In Active I'rncllcc SlneoMnrcli, 1W7. If these two nufortuuates are pnonn,.,.0 .f ,1 no return for V??-elous.c aml ""I collection WILL practice in all tbo counties of the from Hickman, they are going yexposeuanu pernaps expeu- - me money it uas cost mere may the Sew Orleans Exposition. A ? First Judicial District, and in the Appebe good reason for abolishing it, assumed names. Kentucky. representative of a sugar refining The matter has caused the Pre- but we believe that with a fair llate Courts of aepttS-I- y firm in Glasgow, Scotland, saw showing it will be seen that this sident aud the Cabinet much When the Gem specimens of tho lignites with concern. It is impossible to has been the most profitable inpany was organized Speakel Car- which Ballard comity abounds, steic the g neral desire for a vestment ever made by the State. H. A. & R, T. TY LER DEALER lisle liceived a letter from the and made a test of it in his busi- thorough investigation, a Secretary notifying him that ho ness. Finding that it answers his vestigation will bo had. and ai in- - It has beenthespecial feature of the work of survey, as at preATTORNEYS AT LAW, had beeu elected a director in the purpose exacllyho entered into AND D RUGS, MEDICINE', sent organized, to call attention to cow pany aud $100,000 worth of correspondence with Dr. Lough- C'lovolniurM rropnie! Southern Trip tho extent and quality of the coal HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY. stock bad been placed to his cred- ridge, and the result is a new inot lventucky. it to compensate itim for service dustry is about to bo opened up Washington, Feb. S. Presi- - measures was L,' the coalWhenattend to all business entrusted XC 3MCk 3V. ininsignified to!tl,ls work Cleveland has WILLtheir care. that he might bo called upon to which will bo a source of wealth dentGlias. ustry 111 this State was Office Furniture Factory. Mr. H. Hill.' Special Conmiis- CARh FJxli COMPOVNDSDl perform by the virtue of his office, to the county for many years to .?S& PRESCRIPTIONS .4" I. . Qiinpiin t r. kkti..v ii c nitnr nr rnn vr Arm 111 ui nr mif tn m.ii au.uuui if irnrrbin ui iJtJLii.tr. nov8J78 Mr. Larlisle immediately wrote to come, it is not improbable that.-- .. ' , .";.. UAIMIMIIUII, ',.: 1.SS4 Mia :.:'.. HIS t - . w. vhr nvnp lwiii. the Secretary 6tating that he vessels will Itn ni.t tl.0""1" .,.. nnn tm.H. rii i.. ;..,...! ..5i would not SArveasa director in Wickliffoand he loaded with this ,"Mi""?'ijkow.unoan8 :rr:r, -- . - - r'T,:.r,:"T: r."".... i c. L. R A N D L E. ,:.. ""'. "" Mo8iiioi cioses, so the company and declined tho mineral. It is saiil that limiite of u.UIore u, wiciiaiuirr to '"" wuiwuu.wo .,ICThere ,l"'a handsome donation of the stock. this quality is not fouud elsewhere tliat no ninv get wiint inlnrmntinn extend the work. has been ATTORNEY Ar LAW it affords of tho industries and ui me uiuieu states. FOR THE resources of the South. lie wish- - a slow bat steady progress in railTlmt Nettles lit filer, to hA linftnr nfnno!nfnil road building, 191 miles having Collector, Real Estate Agent rd been added during the past two OMjrressnaa Glass writes to DR. LlGHTHAT.T. th linmllU? ifIMi hia Snnttinin HICKMAN, KY. 10 wore dlainniwlo n flio vnlnn'o..,! ;p i.;c ,1, .;.. ,..;n o.i..,: i.o. n.;ii yesirs. A great increase in the the tditor of State Gazette as . a Will attend promptly to all bus! follows: M!No bill can nass thi of 1U0,000 and had $20 gold, certainly make the trio, in which lumber trade of Kentucky has ff ness entrusted him in Southwesteri Cougress to stop the coinage of pieces for coat. buttons died at lease he will bo accompanied by been made of late; new quarries of an& Northwestern A GOOD EDUCATOR IN THE FAMILY. auver dollars. I shall opposo San Antonio hint ,.,.!- - of cirmll- - several members is of his Cabinet. building stone have been develop- Kentuc" attention given to the Tennessee investiga Special , ed, aud valuable pottery clays tion of Land titles, and the purchase every unfriendly measure to our pox. have silver currency." fjan8 Fresh News and Choice Reading Hon. Henry George, of Win- - justly been discovered. It mav sale of Real Estate. oij all Subjects, be claimed for the Geologi 1HE floor Oftrtn,. Rtofo prmiinl' go, was last week appointed chair- AVasted by the Kentucky Leg- - being considered nn Hfifn for hold- - man of the Democratic executive cal aurvey uiai us wotk uas play- MARKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. A. A.. important part m all these ielatare an Alexander to cleavo WffU'o present session of the Leg- - committee for Graves county, vice AflD SURb'EON, Liberal premiums offered for clubs. Send for onr premium lists. Aeenta UeGordian Knott. South Ken- - .,s,atnre "o enterprising member Capt. I?. T. Albritton resigned. iml'rov emeius. .... "'ijoirnmeni mi sum- - xius upiiuunuicui. uiou luuiuutra , tackian. wanted everywhere. Address, KENTUCKY HICKMAN, cro, r.iinirmnn.slun ot iIiir TnE pope was seized by a sml- .. Barrj' South, not Alexander, did , JHE AMERICAN, & Pr,oc.nr.e a ,ar v. tho - . his Professional Services to "n41 Illness, which, however, is not OFFERS of Hickman and vicinity. their w.se de- - Judicial and Congreesional il.s,t lit.!., mi.. " " .m,,i, lenii. 41 12 tincniuous. uencveu win ue serious. trl.f janl6-'8- 0 "What Bernard Nsala 'Ihinks The of It. fHE GREAT TELEPHONE DAL al SCAN The New Crusade. The flaii Jtilcctric flatter. ' .. fiu-tn- ."", ilbl I ilSif Store j. O. B. mm UOEBI FANHIOBTABLK - . .. i i i KINGMAN, B00sUNDfii,nn SHOP. North WeBt corner of Moncow and Troy Afenuea. Eaiit Hickmaa. Ky , "Safiifaction guaranteed. i ; ceiicr-aliu-chi- ef . . i H e u Hardware, Tinware, If HINTS. April. THE BARTER J. GROCERY- - i.-.- ....i !iud.irnS -oo ques-dressed- or J 'J HJ i . t... ZZntGZZ 1 ! 3 , n, , ! 1 m v . 1 ! k 1. syfefeistg EFw, ROOFING, Ac. DR. VARD'S NASHVILIE, TENN, M. MONTGOMERT, anaoa' to bia friends and the public taat be has opened a new and freh npply of" all kind of tAUttx Orocibih, wbiek bo will sell aa low at the lowtst He la ready at all times to exchange at earh prices for Butter, Ef ys'Cklckaas ?or any kind of marketing thai lk faratiay friends saay bring in. The blgkssl tiai MR. Qrcrlts ket price always paid. J.M. MOWTGOMERT t BE sale and livery stable Faris KEEPS & V. KENTDCKT Parker, 8TREET, . - Pan-Electri- c S p HORSE8, BUGGIES aad BACKS. Having purchased lbs stable, ksrac and entire outfit of W. C. Plana r ws propose to continue lbs boslatsa, m4 solicit patronage constantly oa kaad sale .fsr.fe W. DIESTELBRINK . Family Groceries. andorae space NOtrouble to name all arlielts, to show goods, I n I 1 . ""'"''"" tenito-talkingth- e d I short-hum- "dius-(Jarlau- colo-equall- v lew M?ery Stable. W. G. KINGMAN. &QteL.QQl and Moscow ATtnue. aid see, at the ceraar ftll Hlekatrta, Mj Uc ie f Tfj 1 . - ir y i com-Presiden- t. assist-broug- ht HICKMAN, d pAMiLY Grocery KENTUCKY, H. O. JUDGE, (DAVIS OLD STAND.) 411 , 4 . j kinds of d - ' ! d octSO-188- I STAPLE AND FANCY GRRCERIES s sually kepi in a bouse, at kc--t om prices. FANCY CANDIES, TBAm, first-clas- pleuro-pneumo-ui- a Ql&T$?m'L'l& MINCE-MEAA- T, PI CUES. DOMIN9, CRANBERRIES, 9ITg fe ten-acr- e with-trad- -- In-th- Hug-nr- 3D ZMICfcTaT , Coffees fkapat 5Vill not b undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, -- - Kr FOR -- j atto- Mate-mitic- s, NASHVILLE Ohattanoog -: ' j- " - - one-thir- d two-third- y i ... A J , , : x j ,. Atlanta Florida A - 111 CALDWELL, CALDWELL. , Take Ik 14-- il CASE & MILLET. N, C & I. L. I). m j &1 car-Govern- or , j j j Grocers, KENTTTCKT. kBHJ&tHkkl TlMJ FAVORITE Call on nearest Ticket Or Address W. It. Agit I tffc j Janra, j HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. 0. P. T. A., Naahvilla, FRITZ. IIELLNER, T. Att Hiek.i.. Pats. Aft., Dallas, Ti., W. t DAIVLET. & T. ml evan-eiioug- h HICKMAN MARBLE HICKMAN, Tfjg WM.Mm.-mm- m W0RI8 asav -- . four-ounc- e plenro-pneiimoni- a KT. mit-cnlx-n- c OKALIB IB Professional Italian and Axskioax Makbm MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYJ 8TONE8. tne lot Asia HAVING received aMarble, 1 afan y Ilaliaa pared to fill mil ordera. Call aad tza & Hickman, Kentucky. or work. ..u-r.:.,,!- 1 11 L' . . t .1 uu-d- er THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. IIOLCOirlBE, -- Orders from the eenatrj proropt ay2 MARVIN COLLEGE, CLINTON, KY. Spring term, of six moaths coBaeaaaa se-s-sm- is Pan-Electr- ic TAM JAXUAKT tls, ISM. Faculty full ami competent. Go vera me nt rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. DWTiFS, J. H. CALLOWAY, Pre. , CO P. E. CASE, DEALEB IM - - I I 1 11 sea-goin- g -- . i"t "l:ni.l . out-nn-j Family Groceries; AVB . 1 m-ui..- .- ONL Y ONE DOLLAR 4LS0. Nets, Seise, Lines, Hook, aad slklnd of Wishing Tackle and Sappliea, at a bar gaia. Groceries aad Family 8ppllMfea erally. ' Futnrr-nU',vn,- c Weekly American J. W. Rooms, GROCERIES AJir-. I . i ra. DR. Fresh Meats, Delivered to all parU of tka ouroa. dty ai - , w Av-nlti- ,nl coie, ,- - LOWER All kinds afOr aa oksap aa tka aid LOWES. 1 -- dis-ide- n BstratM. saat. wimut; joif ' eriss kaan.iUl.- will aa Is - i -- .. & Fdi.Arii ; V - I :;-?- ?- ., X' - '":v. 4 V '., . . ,, r1 :u iM :A sJ6-j j?yjt iGMtnmmWlKKLL- - " - - - -- f r iyiiiMirTi1i'VTrtJJiJ-3Trri-fiwtP- ft 'XxvxlZS: i4,.-- .