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BNVELOPE8, LETTER-HEADj ' ' CMise Jtotaon flfTtrit. next door to Ctty HalL i OEOROE WARREN, Editor. Tlio OldcKt Nc wspaponi'u Western Iveutuclc-- trma RICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. ESTABLISHED 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY TOO MUCH WATER MORRISON'S TARIFF BILI An One-Thi- rd 19, 1886. VOL. XXa TF BILL-HEAD- S. IXT'jrcT.A.TIONS. 20, ETC, ETa' oaxiZi Airz skill decide tho marriage in barbarous' lands, but Christian marriaga is a voluntary bargain in which you promise protection, support, companionship and love. Business men have In their fireproof safes a file of papers containing their contracts, and sometimes they take them out ( and read them over to see what tho party of the first part and the party of the second part really bound themselves to do. Different ministers of religion have their own peculiar forms of marriage ceremony, but if you have forgotten what you promised at the altar of wedlock, you had better buy or borrow an Episcopal prayer- book, which contains the substance of all intelligent marriage ceremonies when It day-forwar- JCj'-O- Mf h on th Averaco Reduction of rirjtt Session. We've had w ane anlther. General I.It. Causes Groat Destruction in MasWashington, Feb. 0. Senate. A bill was Tho Fifth Discourse of tho Series The February Thaw Commencing Now we maun totter down, John, Washington, Feb. 11. Tho Morrison bill eporlbd and placed on the calendar to ;' On "Tho Marriage Ring." sachusetts. Hut hand and hand we'll go; Its Work. bas been practically finished. Tho first the tluclency of the army. A resoluAnd sleep thcslther at the foot, which emtion was agreed to calling upon the Secretary part consists of the free list, John Anderson, my Jo. borne Detail of tho Immense I).utig Rebraces wood, coal, irou ores, salt, hempi oi'btate for information In regard to the ex- - The Husband' Duty to the Wife Corifclderable'Uamage Uono at Trenton, 2f. price of American cereals and If any one assail hergood name you will Wrought In ltoston and Kliowhere. marble, besides , . J.'anU Other Places. Jute, unmanufactured jfJ3 sponsibility of the Marriage State A number of hills providing have hard work to control your temper, i other articles of minor importance. mAvas sfJrlhe erection of public buildings wero Love Compared and if you should strike him down the sin The cducationul bill was taken tho free list tho original intention that BflsTOV, Feb. 15. At. 1 o'clock this morn.Tbentok, 5f. J., Feb. 12. Tbc rains of the Life. with up.ani .Mr. Iilalr made a speech. Tho conwill not be unpardonable. By as complete ing a tour of tho flooded district at the should go to the bottom of the bill, but this sideration of public buildings bills was repast few days have caused the ice in the a surrender as the universe ever saw, exHighland" showed that tho water had re- mero matter of form has been modified. sumed, and Dayton and Zanesvllle, O.. Ddaw"arel River to break at YardloyVille, cept that of the So ofOod for your salva- Tho second division of tho bill provides PMscd, nppropriiitlnjr $t.7),000 for each, and ceded twelve inches since G p. m yesterday. reduced duties on general 'imports' .Jiewport, Ky.. JlOO.OuO. The till' to provldo Tatand the lower portion of Trenton is Rev. T. DoWitt Talmage delivered the j tion and mine, sue sh a first mortgage on o ' Tlio damage to property here is roughly amounting on on avertigo tho list through j tioran Assistant Sccretarj of ihc Nav and fifth discourse of the series on "Tho submerged. On- Fair and Bridge-stieevour body, mindanjgoal, and the mort- for an Assistant Secretary of auT pvr estimated at ? 1.000,000. At Newton Upper to about 336 per centum. Ring," before a highly interested tbe,f dfers' even with thb'becond stories went over Tlio educational bill was ya r mre Full $2&,000 worth of machinery and articles in the tnriff list aro not touched,1? ttr.Me tho special order for 2 o'clock to- congregation, and the husbands, present I 5?Se of Iho, "houses, and the occupants havo w.v...-s"- .j but aro copied as thev stand in the statute. " j- -. KnVs? Fought safety on the upper floors. Tho finished work was flooded, with great and prospective, were given an outline as two i fli 1UU Ul'UII "tl a AAmtnnnti,nMfin In rv hands than boiiryou The longer T. take theo to be my wedded wile, to navs The text wasr x bridges across As sanpink have been car- o their dutie-sAt Maiden the floo-- l has abated eight as are in common 11JUI1Uincluding coffee,H, lia'. use. tea.. r.,tfnn of inrmirv were Diwented great- - aud to hold from this away. lira aks,and the uie journey ieififor bet- - rie iu lurnimu, inches and further damage is not feared. sugar, etc Pig and sera iviron, on which !.& r. Tho lull to -prevent the .And Isaac wont out to meditate In tho field er ttae rtoicn of-i- . :'iiv --rail's-folm AAJtrosfdea oes apjl laflLs-iri-uaniue rry heavy. n'on thev backsJ tenor for worse, for richer or for poorer, la of MO ofn. pent, ncr iirmi.il or S7J.!V u? utTho water is flowmg over Spot fund riutv n.ft'tnir raVtheevtinuae"randuenrre'jt"'ttp ntseyea;uavemn iuo xtmusyivama riuiroau u- on ia ciw to if of n.- cen. or li.fmVStnresavlnTrclaInis Dill the Govern and saw. and, beheld, the camels-worcom-ludam at the rate of half a million ton., is leviM. Is ehnnr-otween bisjcitv and New York is suspended. me reiruiaie Isaac jicojdtajl t r:nva v" $5.C0 a ton. Tho existing classification of Ti?ii.TPTn hi?n tm deftta'te-ds- fn ipart; ,, innt ""as eonsi.lt red parts of io pnllomd gallons a minute. The total loss here apLocomotives Lave 'been inn on tho Drldges a R3 t Genesis xxlv., 63. on fractional i. iii iif worthy, "carpot tb tax in order to prevent tbeirbcing swept awav. proaches $50,000 At Maitfield the railroad wool is abandoned. Tlio classes of averago F(rU4 was taken hii and debated Findiai. Now, be honest and pay your debts, "i ou mv troth. bridge is down, and .the Campello railroad wools" aro consolidated, and tho The residents paddle tha. streets in boats In Following is the sermon in fnll: olMarj land, and Warner, of Ohio, made eil idea to nave tnas Would. it not be a good ,, is reported washed away Several other rate prescribed for both. According to tho vet speeches l'pndinir action Mr Morrt'on the vicinity of '"Washington, "Warren and promised to make her happy. Are you ,rtrm w:piv distrlb- A bridal pageant on the back of dromewools pay 21., Introduced a resolution calling on the tariff echedulo tho Factory streets. Such a flood has not been bridges are down. The Muttock Dam broke honest cents a pound and the higher quality five the Treasury for certain information daries! The camel is called the ship of the malting her happy You are an import- titbit ? experienced hero since 1S57. yesterdav, letting the contents of the mill man in other things, and feel the cents in regard to customs dues. motion in the dispond down upon Warren's mill bridco. cents. Tho consolidated rato is 3 Pout Deposit, .MDFpb. 12. About- half The fact is that many men are more kind bill af desert. Its swinging Washington. Feb. sweeping it away. The condition of affairs a pound. The imports of these wools last tance Is suggestive of a vessel rising and ance of keeping a contract. If you have to everybody else's wives than to their post o citric iuis aiieraoon mo iceia mo vear amounted to51,000,000 pounds of which loIng discharged otllccrs of the army one induced her into a conjugal partnership at Sprambetty. six miles from North Snqne"bahna river, just north" of this place, falling with tho billows. Though awkwives. They will let the wife carry s is the worst in that part of tho ii.000.000 onlv were of the hich crade. It is vcir's paj and allowances was reported nip broke and came down with a rush. Thejco under certain pledges of kindness and val- own and will a is Brulgewater therefore, figured out that this changear- vffely. Mr IUdnlefccrper's resolution wai ward, how imposing these creatures as uable attention, and then have fniled to heavy State The Newmarket and and aieruickv?ros6 over .the tracks of the tariff on Committee on Public . the' 'Columbia' &Tort Deposit 'railroad, rivers unite, fortntng the Taunton river, really an increase ofchnngo In the this or mtopted dlrtcUmr the ag$rrciriite amount ol they move along, whether in ancient or one bound clear the width Of a parlor to silk Ildldincrs to report the which drams twenty square miles. This ticle. There is no through modern times, sometimes carrying four fulfill vour word, vou deserve to have a i pick up some other lady's pocket handker- lower tho and swept is a ronrmg torrent, and its overflow in liquor schedule. The thinl division of tho money to be expended this session on the u nroucnt aeainst you portion Ktuu.; of flooding town, tho. of that committee. Mr. Hoar hundred or four thousand travelers from chief Tbere g fln evil which T have seea some places is a mile wide Tho iron bill relates to sugars principally. A carethe streets to a depth of threo or four, to under fale pretense, nnd then you ought j under the sun, and it is common .mn0 offered a resolution which was adopted, diBagdad to Aleppo, or from Bassora works settlement is submerged, and tho ful rovision of the different classifications recting- the I onimittec on the I.ibmr to confeet. The inhabitants were compelled to to be mulcted in a large amount of dam- men, namely, husbands in flirtation. Ths smaller buildings are floating, a Damascus. In my text comes a caravan. t Taun- of sugar has been made, and reductions move promptly, Jenv.mg their bousis'and oi expeilicnc ton the total damage to tho bridge, fac- provided which are estimated to amount slier the to nernl Hancock Mr Kustls Wo notice the noiseless step of the broad ages. Rpview now all the fine, beautiful, attention they ought to put upon theirown the,' floods. Subse"goods to the mercy of to $l,0i)0,000 annually calculating on the monument in relation to discrimination complimentary, gracious and glorious tories and residences approximates quently the water round vent and receded, resolution foot, the velocity of motion, the gay cavlre tliox- - hptnw nnon others. TheT . From Providence it is reported that basis of last year's" importations. Tins arainst silver at (be New Orleans ini- buts left the streets blockaded with parison of saddle and girth and awning, things vou promised her before marriage, ' gm.,e Qn them askance and wlth was taken up nnd discussed The the loss to mills at Geneva is $2t,000. at tho portion of tho bill, it is thought, will meet jueusequuntities of ice. The river is higher busiand reflect whether you have kept vour seemfto say: "I wish I was bill was made the unllni-ne- d sheltering tho riders from the sun; and the Turkev Red De Works at Bellefont S50.-- - with considerable opposition from both tho ness for many years, and for more than n; than .. . for to mon ow. Mr Dolph submitted an hilarity of the mounted passengers; and faith. Do you say: "Oh. tlint iru nil sen ' free from that old drudge at .nome. ...nat v tW, and at the Atlantic Mills $30,000. At great warring sugar interests of tho countnilo the railroad tracks are covered w Ith sliver bill At to Taunton there has been a fnll of twenty-on- e try tho Louisiana and tho Claus Sprecklei aaendmenttho Mr. Sherman'sinto executive we cry out: "Who are they?" Well, Isaac timentalism and romance and a joke," and j an improvement you would be on my pres""water and ice, which is nihhing down tha Senate went p. ui. inches in the ponds. Business of ail monopolies of tho Sandwich Islands. There 405 grade with tremendous force. adjourned. and at time that "thnv all talk that way." ent surroundings?" And bouquets are km'ls is suspended. The damage at tho is no doubt but that both these great inter- " tlon, Certain information called for in has been praying for a wife, and it is age Well, let that plan be tried on yourself! sent, and accidental meetings take place, ,JReadiso, Pa., Feb. 12. Hot'SK est will mako common cause against tho one, for he is forty years of Whitt' udon null will be large, the wooden point-itun If was received from the be had to the river at 'this ten feet above' low mill. Known as No 3, having fallen. Tho proposed reductions, but Mr Morrison has relation of the Treasury and referred Ites nnd his servant, directed by the Lord, has Suppose I am interested In Western lands, and late at night the man comes to his prowater mark, nnd still rising 5t thereto" of Seeretarv build. ngs on the east side of Weir street considered tho subject carefully, and has nlutlons'of respect to thoraemorj f General made a selection of Rebekah; and with her and 1 fill vour mind with roseate specula ix inches per honf. An immense ice gorgo saic home whistling and hilarious, and can not liave settled three leet. ibe new iron Drmgo concluded that hocountry better serve tho Hancock were ollercd and adopted, and nt companions nnd her maidens she is on her tion, and I tell vou that a city is alreadv wonders that the wife is jealous. There formed about midnight at Shoemakarville, consumers of the in the matter of 12:10 p. m. the Hnue adjourned crossing Danforth street has fallen Gas any ono articlo than in giving them cheap fifteen miles north of here." Largo blocks way to her new home, carrying with her laid out on the farm that I propose to sell are thousands of men who, while not posi-- I VieiiiNRTnx. Teh. 11. Pi:.tb. An amend and water have been shut off in different sugar. of ice were piled'tuany feotAiigh, and when It is also understood that he has ment to the Lustis resolution was suburtted the blessings of nil her friends. Isaac is in you. and that a new railroad will run close tively immoral, need radical correction of TRIBUTE TO HANCOCK. parts of the city owing to, broken mums. Incorporated into his npw bill a feature of the water rose tho ice was pushed on tho dircctinp an injuirj into the recent loss ol the fields, meditating upon his proposed by and have a depot for easv transportaHorse cars are not running, tho track havmeanhabits in this ndjoining lowlands, sweeping awav trees. liy Iter. Dr. ,Tohn K. Taton, or the and money at Orleans of tho last Congress in tho substiturirst ing been defrayed. It is thought a num- his bill numerous specific duties for nd va- US relationthe New exchange of siler certlfl passage from celibacy to monogamy. And tion of the crops, and that eight or tn cap- their immeasurable direction. It ishi befences,nnd mall outbuildings, and. flooded ness for a man by to the will fall when the water tion of ber of buildings 1'rcslij terlan Church, of New York. many lorem duties. He does not regard with Cites forerun.c A bill was Introduced to re- he sees a speck against the sky, then groups italists are going to put up fine to seem to say to his wife: "You which is alrecedesadding to peal all permitting the coming of of people, and after a whilo he finds close by, and that the climate is delicious, havior "Wasiiingtox, Feb. 12. A disastrous flood NEWYORKFeb. TiUhffrst Presby- ready estimated the damage, No favor the ad valorem system, and thinks it Chinese treat. Tinted J50C.000. at over can't help yourself, and I will go where I Hills in rela to the is feard here. There are two ico gorges terian Church, 'in West stetet,' New arrived should bo employed only whon specific duhavo mails York blessing and that the ground, hich up. gives no please, and admire whom I please, and I earthly to Indian affairs were reported, and the that the grandest above the city and one below. The PoHaverhill, ties aro not practicable. It is estimated tion to regulate the promotion of West Point that ever comes to a man is approaching room for malaria, and that everv dollar defy your criticism." days. In three tho Rev Dr. John R. Paxton, at tho in bill tomac is rising rapidly, anil it is raining water that the decrease in tho revenues of tho crtduatcs vas dictisstd. The Illar duca-tioyesterdav "morning tho a bush bearing of on Why did you not have that put in th bard 'all .along the line. tho Government account in tho closo of his sermon, said: ''They buried since with this gay caravan. The drivers cry planted will grow up into my speech slows bill was taken up. Mr. Morgan supportihas risen threo feet, ten or twentv dollars, and old 'comnjander,'thc Ideal damage in the fourand is still rising. Tho proposed free list of the city aro removing tho yeerday-my- exlower part will not ng certain amend uients until the senate bond, Oh, domestic Shylock? Why did you 'Kneel '."to the camels, and they kneel, ttroets bordering on ceed $5,000,000 goods to places of safety. Tho removal of the went Into executive ression. noblest man, tha river is very large. The- total loss soldier, the pure patrio-th- e with enthusiasm untd you rush off with me not have it understood before you were) and putting foot on the neck of the stoopXew Bkcxswick, N. J., Feb. 12. Tho the stainless name, gentleasa woman, with throughout tho city is $50,000. When tho duty on tho iron ore is tho most important House. The Fitz John Porter bill was to an nttornevtohave the deed drawn and Raritan river has overflowed its banks and a "voice low and caressing as love in tho ice in the river above gives way tb de- change, although the placing of coal on tho nade the special order for the second moni- ing beast the bride dismounts and greets the monev paid down and the bargain com- pronounced husband and wife, that she should have only a part of the dividend of will have tho effect of cheapening tor hour on each day until next 'Ihur'dRy. the man who was as worthy of her as she free list submerged the lower purt of the city. All camp widow-onights beas Cid struction of property must be immense. and pension to A bill .business iu the your affections, that when, as time rolled and local varda and with at the fireside, but heroicthe bat- The subsiding of the "waters reveals the ef- all kinds of coals at the seaports to the ex- Generalprovosiuir k awas objectedthe hj Mr. was worthy of him. "And Isaac went out pleted. You can hardlv slen to Hancoi a voice of thunder in the Elysium, npon on and the cares of life had erased some of of the present tariff on coal. along the" river has been suspended, and fects of the flood in sunken sidewalks, tentIs not altogether acceptable toThe or Beach, of New Yorlc The Indian appropriatto meditate in the field at the eventide; cause of the El Dorado,enter. And two ou give up the works of the New Jersey Rubber Com- - tle to inspire and command.hile lifeI shall bulged foundations, and torn up streets. which vou are soon to the bright lines from her face, and given see bis face no more. But ion bill was reported. The Judiciary lasts and he lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, bepany have been compelled to shntdown. In many instances th current forced holed threo leading revenue reformers in tho renoried hills conferring and extend j your home at the East, you bid good-by- e he will live in mv memory, admiration and unwieldine3S to her form, you would havo House who havo been tnkeniuto tho confiin the hold, the camels were coming." ing civn jurisdiction in certain cafes through the love as the grandest figure I ever sar 'I ten feet deep of dwelllugs. pavements to tho dence of tho Chairman of Ways and Means. Territories. The Delaware ship canal survey to vour old neighbors and take the train, ' foundations In this fifth discourse on the "Marriage and after many davs' journey, you arrive the reserved right to pay obeisance to DYNAMITE KEROSENE MULhl once saw Washington",' said Cbnteuubriund, The principal objection is that it is too con- bill was reported. The bill to enable National cheeks more rubicund and figure lithe and Ring," having spoken of the choice of a but that once' was- enough." Tho'sight inservative in the respect that it does not banks to change thoir names was at a quiet depot from which you take a more agile, and as you demanded the last Two Workmen In a h:ift Have a Very spired me for life.1 For three years I folwas e companion, I take it for granted, wagon thirty miles through wilderness FLEET DAMAGED. make reduction on a sufficent number of and passed, but a motion to reconsider At lowed him from Fredericksburg to Appopound of patience and endurance on articles, and does not reduce enough in ar- pending when the morning hour expired. w - divinely mattox, mv hero lofty a'rid superb. My The lee in the Mississippi Cannes Great ticles that it does touch. Tho total reduc 2 o'clock the Fitz John Porter bill wus taken O man, that your marriage was have arand reach your new place. You see a man her part, you th New York, Feb. 12. Thomas Dean ami with could, arranged, nnd that the camels The world is emptied. heart Loss to the (internment Kleet. seated on a wet log in the swamp and tion of the bill, if passed, will be about cp and discussed until adjournment. in scs Forrest or a John Gee, laborers on tly aqueduct at The is sad Not poorer in- - patriots; rived from the right direction, and at the shaking with his fifteenth attack of chills emphasis of an Edwin eccentric marWashington, Feb. country .is, millions per annum. St. Lot is, Mo., Feb. 15. In addition to twenty-fivShaft No, OjfSleVy Ilollow, at daj break, but richer m" treasured- - memories and Macready, have tapped the tion. one that was inhaitcv -- lftor tli a rnfnrenro of a larire right time, bringing the and fever, and ask him who he is. Ho yesterday, undertook to convey to tho immortal name. and have said: "It's in Glorious Hancock, the damages sustained yesterday morning BLOOBjTNumbcr of Senate bills to the appropriate tended for vour consort, a Rebekah and says: "I am a real estate agent, having riage document this modern Rebekah had beading p thsjhaft two cases pf giant countryman, comrade in arms, I sets you and evening to the shipping interests at DRANK HIS WIFE'S mrattees, the speaker procecui u io can not a Jezebel. I proceed to discourse ns to in charge the property around here." You the bond!" If thrilling- me with the that point, fiom tho breakup of the ico now at . understood beforehand where sho was lowder.feach Weighing fifty poxur3. Tho accents Gettvsbunr nmitt ees for reports oi a private nature. how you ought to treat your wife, and ray Frightful Heed Committed bj- a I see you the Wilexplosive-wase conclusion of the call the Hour. went ask him where the new depot is. He tells alighting, she would have ordered the on a !ar "VTrawn vf a mule. derness of command. with your indauntless gorge, it has just been learned that the Shoemaker. inspiring mo is to tell you more plain truth llntntnomi, ambition w ommlttee of the whole. Mr. On the f.ame car, although contrar' to tho courageGovernment fleet, which was nnrhored you that it has not yet been built, but no camel drivers to turn tho caravan back- ily romance, my hero, Boston, Feb. 11. Michael Doran, in the ehalr. Oil the private- cal- orders-giveyou ever heard in any to the workmen, were several leader, loved with a love passing that my behind Cairo Island, has been injured, t. At its eventne session the House than of Flirtation has doubt will lie if the company get their bill ward toward Padan-arakerosene, oil, and on one of woman, farewelL God rest his soul, and perhaps to a serious extent. The fleet maker aged about fifty, was lockejj i '.seventy-onpension bills, nnd ad- - of an hour in all your life. for their track through the next Legislaits origin either in dishonesty or licentiousthe ca- s reted a lighted miner's lamp. on his tomltstpne write, 'He did what ho is an extensive one. con'iting of night charged with tho attempte i until First of all, I charge you realize your re- ture. You ask him where the nw city is ness. The married man who indulges in ..... ttn...- - lit. llniiea Suddenly tho mule balked and kicked and could for his country, his God and truth, three steniuers, forty barges and about of liie wif CTnMinrinrt Mr. nnfl sponsibility in having taken her from the laid out. He says, with chattering teeth: it is either a fraud or a rake. However overturaedtlijrcar. The lamp wit fire to and he died poor, but left ti Urconntry n tweut pile drivers, and was valued in all have been inarrioU ubont-4- g"vdar asreed to report favorably the oil, nndDean andGee started for tho at about $X,W0. The harbor w here it was 1W ' 'Nelll's bill providing that custody and care and homestead in which "If you will ait till this chill is off I will high up in society such a one may be, and berxmL-froiiiuizUr. and heading of the shaft 1,000 feet distant. htainles name, an unblotted record and anchored was supposed to be the safest in duringwbich time fifteen ch?. courage showrTfTto you on the map I have In my " immortal memory.' an execution is made for she was once sheltered. What river, but tho great forco born to thcm.seven of whom are however sought afterJTWffuld'Tior Theythadjiearly reached the owning when this part of tho - you must have had, and what confidence u .crvices rendered by any mechanic, Yon ask him where tho capitalice caused all the boats to Tho couple, who havo been living' the expected explosion occurred. Several of the floating piece, though it had been three an to amount in yourself, to say to her practically: "I pocket." going to build their fine houses, or servant Farmers Victimized by Swindlers. cars were utterlv demolished, and the air break from their moorings aud float down Weymouth, separated about tt! ists are Military xceeding Tho 5100. times clipped, for tho virtue of either the , bo you more than your father and and he PAr.KEnsnri-Gwas filled with fragments of rock and timW. Va., Feb , 14. Somo the river Major Ernest, of the corps of ago in consequence of the jealous "Somewhere along these OI idc fiI lice to recommend theiiouse ue-- will tomore than all the friends you ever lowlands,says: there by those woods, when masculine or feminine flirt. the thousands ber. Neither of the men, however, was sehe P construction mother, time ago parties claiming to represent a civil engineers, sjate.1 that111., has received tion of the husband. Tho husband out The most worthy thing for to the effect her there several times, their meeti riously injured. Geo was slightly bruised hardware businehb house in Cleveland came dispatches from Chester, fsoidiefs Home west of the Itocky Moun Give up everything That has been A. Storey, of by sonio ofthoflying.fnigments, "and also ts to that seven of the barges have been recov- variably ending with a row Yest i r jicairo.cost Jino.UJO.theMajor L.Committee on bad or ever canI have.competent to see you the water sleep in the drained off." estate of married men is to go home and apolofeel nnd take me. other counties of this ered at that point, all in good condition. morning, according to tho storv of House addressed hut of the real brighten up night you buffered somewhat from the concussion into Wayne, and they called State, to'sell c You are an agent, and though you pray for everydy gize for past neglects, and family Bible in behalf of Representative through life in safety. )f tho ,inir. Dean was lifted off Two fnrmers what eldest son, (all the children remai nine w'fionveducation Two of the teaniers were under full prestheir old love. Take up the s bl" to tCs' tll? cicn''' ot spelhu. Sri Immortal being, but I am competent named Smith and Hatten, Lawler his ifeet. ;aud thrown up against were of tenm when the fleet broke away, their mother). Doran called at the else vou do not pray for me. Being more and read the record of the marriage day. induced to purchase, and gavo sure he thinks they will sustain no damage shortly after 10 o'clock, bringing his hutfettl Washington, Feb. TJ bEvvrK. Not In to defend you and make you hapHe also the rqpf of the tunnel. kit of notes for (2o0 each. In course or anda serious nature. The fires of tho thud tools with him. After the usual quarrel session of relies in the box fortunate than many men who go out in bruises, but ho suffered their receivea of However bright and comfort-nbl- e such circumstances, you have money Open the drawer containing the trinkHot'SK The Speaker laid before the Houe py. mainly from fright. Tho mule, as if awaro time the mills came, and proved steamer, however, bad lieen allowed to go he went into tho ndjoining room to his Ocncra! in reto bo worthless pieces of niacTiinery, which out, as it was thought that the danger bnd kit home you have now, nnd enough to get back, and yon come to me, inside the drawer a of tools and of the Kerfous results of its friskiness, put something the reply of the Postmaster child. Tako up the sponse to the resolution calling for informahis though is one of the rooms is the arm and, out of breath in your indignation, ets ofof your dead kicked itself from' its traces and imitated could be bought anvwherc for a few dol- passed. She mav bo seriously injured be- in pocket. Then he canio r law Is ap d letters that were pack lars. The tinned farmers trifd to havo fore recovered". 'No estimate of tho total back to the kitchen, and, approaching his tion as to whether the its drivers in taking immediate flight. Alin suotnnce mai u chnir in which you rocked, and in the garyou say, "You have swindled me out of written before you became one. Rehearse though the men had, the mule haudicapod their notes canceled, when they found they damage can be made, as only a few of the wife, seemed to push her backward As ho plicable to were subAdverse reports ret is the cradle in which you were hushed, everything. What doyou mean in deceiv- tho scenes of joy and sorrow in which you by a good start it was a close raoitvetween had been discounted at tWbuiiks, and that whole number of vessels havo been heard stepped back the blood gushed from her does not sonppl. and mitted from tho Committee on in which you slept, ing me about that Western property?" No such as which bhould reach tho they had been swindled.represent firm ,in from-- . No serious damage in this barbor neck, nnd cntchlng the cup she held in her Post Itoads on bills to enable the people to and the trundle-betheithree Put all these things as fuel exists are the father and " Oh," I reply, "that was all right; that have mingled. and by a coal of sacred fira shaft first. Tho mule had a slight advan- they were claimed "to ha .in addition to that inflicted hand, tho brute held it under the wound name their postmasters to regulate the nam- and in the sitting-rooon the altar, Cleveland; and the innocent f arme.rs would yesterday. to facilitate the dehver of mother who have got wrinkle-face- d tage, us the men were about as anxious to until it wns half full of blood and drank it. ing of anil was sentimentalism and romance and a of rekindle the extinguished light. It was a kpep out of its reach us they were to get do well to fight shy of the sharpers. Doran appeared unconcerned when ar- mail matter, and to regulate thereconsider tho in and dim mall contract. The motion to joke. That's the way they all talk." rested, awav from the dynamite. llo had mado no attempt to blast from hell that blew it out, and a gale Mob. NaStill Another r the bill iiithoning Mormon Cannon Arrested. escape, but staved near the house until tha vote bv which Increase their capital stock taking care of you, yet you will do hetter But more excusable would I be in such from Heaven will fan it into a blaze. ButMiNGiisM, Feb. 15. A meeting of un to come with me." I am amazed that any deception than you, 0 man, who, by glow officer came after him. He admitted that tional hanks to Salt Kike, Utah, Feb. 14, Geo. Q. Canand change location and namrs was passed, It pleases me greatly to hear tha A SERIES OF FRAUDS. non was arrested Saturday afternoon at employed worknigmen, held yesterday, he had tried to murder his wife, and said was tabled by a vote of 111 toW. Mr. Ilouk, of us ever had the sublimity of impudence of words and personal magnetism, inunconverted and worldly husband say that he had used a shoemaker's knife, Kentuck, and Mr Ilevelppcd 'by Winnemucca, tNev. No particulars havo was attended by b,000 persons. Tho ad ing tho officer where ho had throwntell- Of Tennessee, Fitz John Woliord, of the former to ask such a transfer from a home assured duced a womanly soul into surroundings about his wife, with no idea that ItemarkuIICireiinut.uic Porter bill, it. spoke on the Marshal .Ireland dresses delivered were of tho most inflam- Mrs. Doran will dio. been received,. ft.aiiAiiplKuitluu for a J'eiislon" negative, tho .utter for the bill The to a home conjectured and unbuilt. in tho which you have taken no care to make atit will get to her ears: "There is the most matory nature and the assemblage to jNevada to You would think me a very daring and tractive, so that she exchanged her fathHouse bill authorizing tho Treasurer of the Feb. 12. A remark-- - wentNevada Sheriff receive Cannon from Siieuiyville, godly woman alive. Her goodness is a pera mob, which attempted to Seeretho United States, with the consent of the at Winnemucca: Tho adventurer if I should go down er's house for the dismal swamp of mar petual rebuke to my waywardness. Noth. able pensionfraud.has just been brought U. S. Marshal had offered a reward of $500 run not in the streets and pillage the shops. "WORSE AND WORSE. tarv of the Treasurj. to appoint one of bis hazardous The police, however, wero prepared, una light in this city. In 1S02 Jncob to discharge the duties or Treasurer, to one of the piers of the North river, and ried experience treeless, flowerless, shelto ever induce her to do a for Caution's arrest. Ho has been hiding The Full Kxtrnt or the Recent Cold In clerks Treasurer. In the event at a time when there was a great lack of terless, enmfnrtless and godless. I would ing on earth could and Assiftnnt the. French armyfand nearly a year. He is regarded as the chief succeeded m suppressing rioting and predeserted or those wrong thing. I hope the children will take or the illness or absence or either Kanssid Just Beginning to ho knowlcanjfe'jothis countrj' and joined theUinon mind in the Mormon Church, and ono venting any acts of pillage. officers, was taken up and passed, and tho sea captains, and I should, with no not be half so much to blame in cheating after her instead of after me. If there it his Known. aid whose authoritative voice from to retreat edge of navigation, propose to take a you out of a farm as you in cheating a any Heaven at all, I am sure she will go forces. Fearing thatrthe French would House adjourned. A Presumed Murderess Suicides. caused Leavenwoktii, Ks., Feb. 11. Tho Hon. the Confederacy, and that bo would lo has to standthj.repprted orders the faithWashington. Feb. 15. Sknatk. A reply-fro- steamer across to Glasgow or Havre, and woman out of the happiness of a lifetime. there." firm and upboldjpolygatny. BEU.EVii.Lif, Itx., Feb. 15 Mrs. Mary John Hannon, of this city, has received a the Seeretarv or the Interior to a resocaptured arid punished as. a. dee.rtfr ho ful say: "All aboard! Haul in tho planks Mv brother, do not get mad at what I Aye, my brother, do you not think.it desertedjiis New York company and enWilkerson. of Lenz Station, near this city, letter from a clergyman at Dodgo City, lution calling lor certain papers wns received and swing out," and passing out in the sea promises you Big Steal and Light Punishment. yuu to ami relerreo. a numoer oi jeuuon m-r"hAsumed name in the Ohio listed finder an from her home vesterday, and who 6tatcs that during the recent severe presented. An amendment to the House bill plunge through darkness and storm. If I but honestly compare theyou havo kept would be a wise and safe thingtoforheaven? disappeared infaufrv. tin fthe. original command he Bitfat-O- , N. Y., Feb. 14. Treas- was this morning found dead ntthelottom cold weather there had been great dejoin her on the road made nnd see whether of foldiers." widows to increase the pensions wns ,tHl,cconnted for, and "vas finally urer Joseph Bork, the great defaulter, who of a well in her yard. It is probably a case struction of lifo in his vicinity. Tho was submitted A bill was favorablj reported succeeded in getting charge of one, that them. Somo of you spent every evening You think you have a happy homo reported.as.ta'-.e- u prisoner. In tho jnean-timeadditional land :of suicide from remorse and fear. It was writerstates that within the radius of ono establishing twoHawlcy presented districts In would be the ship that would never be of the week with your betrothed before now, but what a home you y;ould served out Tiis time in tho "Buck- - was pardoned from Auburn y Prison" last generally believed that she was the mura bill lookMr. that tho deress of Engineer Massey, who was shot hundred miles of Dodge City ono hundred Nebraska. taxation ol lands granted to the heard of. But that is the boldness of every marriage nnd since then you spend every have if you both were religious! Wlat a week by Governor,Hill,aid eyo'company, ia .discharged thousand head of cattlo have frozen to ing to the marriage. He says: "I company lOiniscjiy. iuuuiiuur vvunugu on hf- - convict contract labor system and the Stato mines a few death, and that ono hundred human beings Northern to Pucitlc nnd by thatConunitleo man that proffers through the storms, the evening away, unless you have influenza new sacredness it would give to your marihe settlers. will navigate you pneu ior a pension giving nis nuiiio at account plan were failures. He believes in in the back at Gartside's coal deeded are known to havo perished. or some sickness on account of which the ital relation, and what a new light it would weeks ago. Hoads Post and on Cnnuon. The claim was pigeonholed until liberating first offenders after serving a cvclones, the fogs ot a lifetime. I will run doctor savs yon must not go out. You throw on the forehead of your children. In and tho Senate agent ouarterof their terms in solitary 'confine ri ported favorablyfranking privilege passed a clear of rocks and icebergs. I have no exa few davs ago. when iu Excess of Joy Kills an Old Soldier. to Mi. Verdant Policemen. bill granting tho sickness, what a comfort! In reverses ol used to fill your conversation with interdropped in to investigate tho caseand ment, on bread and water, holding tho A resolution was agreed to Fred balance over their heads. Mr. Bork had a CentkaUs, III., Feb. 13. Frank AlexanSt. Loris.Mo., Feb. 11. Jno. P. Mullally's Julia D.Grant. Sccntury of the interior for perience and I have no seaport, but all jections of adulation, and now you think fortune, what a wealth ! In death, what a made the following revelations: calling upon the I It sounds livery and sale stables burned at an early lull information of the number, names and aboard for the voyage of a soft-joRonJligef,'of,rIiew York, is drawing a in the prion office during tho der, an employe at Sadler's silly to praise the one who ought triumph! God meant you to be the high 'pension as the dependent father of Jacob nice years ho served fon stealing nearly dropped dead at Prill's Hotel last night, of hour this morning. Tho fire oricinated in duties of special agents employed in land admit that there have been ten thousand to be more attractive to you as the years priest of your household. Go home two soldier, and heart disease. He had been a Roellinger, who, it is alleged, died at $500,000. tile iiiair The from some unknown cause fraud cases bill wnsconduct ation oicontinued shipwrecks on this very route, but don't go by and life grows in severity of strug- and take the Bible on your lap, and gather the resumed nnd bnd received notification that ho would Andeivouville; another mun claiming to nnd spread so rapidly that it was well under educational p.m. when tho Senate went Into hesitate. Tut! Tut! There now! Don't gle and becomes more sacred by the bap- all vour family yet living around you, and back pay in a short time. until 4:10 be Boellinger drbw his back pay and bounTrain Wrecked Two Men Killed. way before the firo department arriveiL executive session and at 4.2.1 p m. adjourned. crv ! Brides must not cry at the wedding." tism of tears tears over losses, tears over those not living will hear of it in it flash, ty eand- - vent to Europe, while a third The employes of tho stables, who were on Middletown, X Y., Feb'. 13. The night House. A resolution was report t requirnamcd'Cassidr Is'drawing a pension on his Released on Bail. In response to this the woman, by her graves. Compare the way some of you and as ministering spirits will hover-fat- her tho scene at tho time, turned their ing a detail d statement ol the requirements own name an'JacobRoellmger iu another. express which Idft Oswego last 'night at Cfvcrvj?vn, Feb. 15. The bail of John tion first to saving the horses, sixty-fiv- atten- ol the Government in cities where it Is proaction, practically says: "I have but one used to come in the house in the evening, and mother and children gone, and Still a fourth, representing himself to bo S;45 on th Ontario and Western Railroad B. Mannix, lato assignee of Archbishop number, and had taken nbout seven in posed to extend the limit of cost for public of life to live and I intru3t it all to you. My when vou were attempting the capture of all your celestial kindred. Then kneel" Roellinger, made application, but was .about a mile west of Purcell has been teducedfrom f 110,000 to them from the burning building, when two buildings. Cnder the call ol States.'a numran into" a wash-ou- t aud sent? to tho penitentiary, .County, at six o'clock f30,000. A bond for the latter amount was policemen arrived, and, thinking that tho ber of bills wero Introduced and rererred, arm is weak, but I will depend on the her affections, and the way some of you down, and if you can't think of a prayer to bill, strength ot yours. I don't know much of come into tariff while a fifth applicant is now on file at tho liberty, Sullivan the The engine, express car, jiven and Mannix w as released from jail. employes wero thieves, clubbed them into including - Chinese Morrison and the house in the evening now. offer, I will give you a prayer, ramely: this "morning. bill a niitibill. an department for tho alleged widow of tho baggage car and day coach wore thrown 1'hc charge against him is embezzlement. insensibility, and thus destroyed the only granting f5,0O0 a the world, but I rely on your wisdom. I Then what politeness, what distillation of "Lord God, I surrender to thee myself pension n of ' Notwithstanding all soldier in question. George St. John, the engi chance of saving the stock, and the remain- year to the widow or the late General put my body, my mind, my soul, my time, j smiles, what graciousness, sweet as the and my beloved wife, and these dear chiltho .enso is now in n, from the track. JcilIeU and ing fifty-eighorses were burned to death. Mr. Little, or Ohio, offered a bill diJohn B. Gough Struck With Apoplexy. up, when the right- neer, threofireman A. L. .Lewis were hurt. my eternity, in your keeping. I make no i peach orchard in blosom week I fair way to be cleared dren. For Christ's sake forgive us all the passengers wero seriously and propriety of loss an inquiry Into ful soldter will receive his dues. Piiiladelviiia, Pi., Feb. 15. John B. The total$3,000. is estimated at $12,000; in- recting a revised tdltionthe the medical nnd reserve, tnougn mine is a name mat sugNow some ot you come in and put your past and help us for all tho future. We of . surance "' . . Gough, the renowned temperance advo" surgical history of the rebellion. The Fitz gests all that was honorable in my father, hat on the rack and ':owl,and say: "Lost have lived together here; may we live toA Horrible Case of Suicide. M5!Wife Murderer Hanged. by Messrs. John Porter bill was discussed Ncglcy ?ntc, was attacked with a stroke of apo Dal on Arrested for Contempt. and you sit down at the gether forever. Amen and amen!" Dear Daxville, Ind., Feb. 13. Mrs. Henry T. plexy this evening while delivering a lec- -' and and all that was good in my mother, and money Wolford. in favor of Porter, and BvffMX), "S. Y.Feb. 12 Charles HerKirk, living near, Brownsburg, this county, ure. Late 11. County Clerk Dan Fuller against, until 4:15 p m., when tbc nil that was pleasant In my brothers and table and criticise the way the food is mel what a 6tir it would make among your Columbus, O., Feb. his condition is mann tha wifo murderer, wns hashed this committed snicido this afternoon intho sisters. I start with you on my journey ' cooked. You shove back before the others best friends on earth and in heaven! serious.Dalton was arrested at the instance of tho House adjourned. morning. Hermann was a native of Prus" most" horrible manner." For some time which shall not part except at the edge of ore done eating, and snatch up tho even- Joseph II., the Emperor, was so Tsind Committee on Privileges and Elections of yenrs" of age. Ho lived 31ns. Kirk bas been considered somewhat sia and forty-twAllorsethiers Calamity. Men Hurt. tho Ohio House, and brought before that Five vour grave or mine. Ruth, the Moabitess, ; ing paper and read, oblivious of what and so philanthropic that he excited the" Chicago for sometime butcamo to Buffn-loni- insane, but nO"t seriousj enough to wnr-rain Bismarck, Dak., Feb. 15. The capture of mado no more thorough ! jNE'.vYoKKFeb. 15 Ono of,the walls offa body, for contempt in refusing to allow tha has been going on in that home all day. unbounded love of most of his subjects. vearstiw). He clamed that a man her 'confineraeat. This aftercopy of Ziegler is tho cause of alL noon she Tvent to a "shed near tho ;otton storehouse at Tompkinsville, S. I., committee to make a photographic Fourth Joseph Meyers, tho notorious horsethief than I make, when I take her tremendous xhe children are in awe before the named ChrijJ. He abolished serfdom, established toleratallv-sheof Precinct A., rethe for his trouble"," and" that until Zcigler ,leamH bouse, and securing a can of coal oil. which was burned two weeks ago, fell this Ward, Cincinnati, and also failing to pro known as "Calamity Joe," is causethroughover with tion and lived in the happiness of his peowords, the pathos of which many cen- - mestic antocrat. aiong,f .ms" wiia ana no iiveu jiappny to- poured tho contents upon her head and morning, seriously injuring five men. A duce the original returns before the com- joicing among the owners of stock turies have not cooled: fun, yet they mnst bo quiet, and with ple. One day while on his way to Ostend upon her clothes, then lighted a match "and laborer named Bonner bad his head crushed mittee at Columbus. gether. , A resolution was out Western Dakota nnd Moutana. Tho : ' "Entreat me not to leave thee, or to re- healthful curiosity-- yet they must ask to declare it a free port, and while at the fire to herself. She stood the flames aud will die. f adopted directing that Mr. Dalton be placed prisonor was captured at Gleuullin by "'Cisesln Illinois. withoutflinching, and.'er clothing and foUowing after thee; for whither no questions. The wife has had enough head of a great procession, he saw a wom.'"' Trichinae in the Franklin County Jail for thirty davs, Sheriff Sebastian after a lively fight, dur- turn from Polygamists Fined. LikStVLix1Iu.1 Feb. 12. Twp children of lody continued to burn until neighbors, unless he agrees to furnish tho returns for ing which the outlaw was shot in hip and thou goest, I will go, and where thou annoyance in the nursery and parlor an at the door of her cottage in dejection. alarmed by the cries ot Jher children, came from 15. P. R. Morrispleaded the purposes as requested. Dalton was re- shoulder. Meyers was one of the most lodgest, I will lodge. Thy people shall be and kitchen to fill her nerves with net- The Emperor dismounted and asked the Sii.T Like,-Feb- . completely with thrichiimuc- - iix to her rescue'. Her body was tho terrible, guilty to unlawful cohabitation, and was leased on a writ of habeas corpus, with bail feared of tho desperadoes of the West His my people, and thy God my God. Where tles and spikes. As you have provided cause ' her grief. She said that her husroasted, and she survived at ?5,000, for appearance and a hearing to- wounds are not dangerous, and this fact is thou dlest, will I die, and there will I be tae money for food and wardrobe, yon band had gone to Ostend to see the Em other cases havo been reported iu this vi- - agonies but njsbort time, to six months imprisonsentenced , morrow. regretted by many. cmity. , t ment and $150 fine. buried. The Lord do so to me and more feel you have done all required of you. peror and had declined to talco nar wua m - Storyof Lost Life Sensational. The Vftssej'BertoiR'lJpriAII Hands Lost. . him, for, as he was an alien, he could not An astute man who understands also, if ought but death part thee and me. Toward the good cheer and the intelliForeign News. Opium eaters appear to bo unfor TorEEA, Kas., Feb. 14. C. G. Conant, gent improvement and the moral enterunderstand her loyal enthusiasm, and that 12. Tho W. T.. Feb. Pout "Side by side in life. Side by side in the London, Feb. 11. The disorders were not the machinery of success without being tunatc in their attempts to find a royal schooner Lizzie Merrill was discovered editor of the Garden City Daily Sentinel, road out of their haliit. Those who resumed in London yesterday, and confi- able to enterinto the impulsive or tho burying ground. Side by side in Heaven. tainment of that home, which at the it was the one great desire of her life to near.Qpeetz river, bottom up. All hands states" that" the "Leavenworth dispatch relongest can last but a few years, you see tha ruler for whose kindness and goodimnot rightly has side are Mipposd to be lost. It is thought sho garding losses by the recent storms is sought a painless euro in cocaine found dence is restored. Tho polico forco men sentimentalperson ofoflife is om on tlio Before God and man, and 'with my an unspeaktact; een greatly strengthened. Hosiery termed a mortal soul in the oath, I swear eternal are doing nothing. You seem to have ness and greatness she had was boarded af sea, after sho capsized, ns greatly exaggerated. Th number of per- the cocaine habit worse than the opium, no realization of the fact that soon these able admiration; and her disappointment in her bottom. sons frozen to death withm a territory 140 and quite recently a case is reported in at Leicester struck, and acted in a very ether hand, whoso S3'inpathics are fidelity." scveral'holesr jvere fonnd cut will be grown up or in their in not being able to go and see him was She 'was bcrand from this place to Guymas, by 100 miles was sixteen. The losses of Paris of a man suffering from "the noisy manner, but did no other harm than sensitive, but who, from oarelussiiebS 'ow, my brother, how ought you to treat children and will be far removed from your simply unbearable. The Emperor Joseph of with lumber. cattle, ho thinks, were only to smash factory windows. Gladstone is or rash goodnature, seldom looks beher? Unless you are an ingrate infinite Influence, and that the wife will soon end took from hfs pocket a box decorated wita paraldehyde habit," which he acquired Sreparing a bill to expropriate Irish lands the estimate cited. ,5RejMve4 lo New Graves. of State funds. Tho discussion fore he leaps, should equally bo denied you will treat her well. You will treather her earthly mission, and that house will be diamonds surrounding a picture of himself while subduing his mania for morphine. tho until next Aged Ladv Burned to Death. Ijosg Pcb. 12. Threo Paraldehyde- was introduced into medi-ein- e of homo rule will be deferred was elected this designation. It is just because so better than any one in the universe except occupied by others, and you yourself will and presented it to her, and Wvi Giir. session. Parnell's man, O'Shea, two elements that tact unites are Z ofcsviiXE, O.t Feb?14. ilrs. Prescott, your God. Her name will have in it more hundred bodies or soldiers from the burying 18S3'.1 Chicago Herald. in the picture revealed to whom s te in Galway. A motion of want of confidenco rarely found adequately developed to- music than in all that Chopin and Bach be gone. Island were ground on aged living ten miles bewas voted in tho Trench Government was talking, she knelt ia reverence and nepbsited in the National low here,fell in the fire Unlay and was horGentlemen, fulfill your contracts. Christruth, something or Rheinberger composed. Her eyes, Crape scarfs in delicate colors are down in tho Deputies. King Milan has or- gether that tact is, in CemetTyr'6TPreS8 Hills, Nowtown. Somo ribly burned. She died in a few minutes marriage is an affectional bargain. clapped her hands in gladness before him. which a man can wear or discard at swollen with three weeks of night ' tian worn exactly as they w.ere in thd days dered out his entire army for field drilL of the remains wro buried nearly ono ater being extricated. ?the same of her '. will; it requires an effort for its exhibi- watching over a child with scarlet In heathen lands a man wins his wife by The Emperor took hundred yeartago I of our grandmothers and i rSeymour's and the probable place where he some countries wives ' achievements, in fioratio tion, and, if the effort ha withdrawn, it fever, will be to you beautiful as Funeral. tied around the shonl- Seymour Dying. found at Ostend, and had hira so many "V 'Hf a Cholera Epldejuic. l.ir-also disappears. N. Y. Ledger. Utica, N. Y.j Feb. 14. The funeral of a May morning. After the last rose petal I are boughtas by the payment of or sheep. might be for the three days of the witli lio nnrla ffillino- - on tho (skirt. SeyImprisoned Utica, N. Y., Feb. 11. so many cattle Seymour will beheld at 2 o'clock and, in tho old fashion, they have a Feb. 12. A virulent has dropped out of her cheek, after the last dollars, Hnxweo; Emperor's visit, so that the husband renight, and his conAccording to Dr. E. Parmly Brown, fe.t'ner of the raven's winghas fallen from In one country the man gets on a turning home found that the wife bad seea tragi ng in thisec-tion'TfTuesday nfteruoon from Trinity Church. fringe of sowing silk knotted into tho mour slept but little last shows no improvement this morndition horse and rides down where a the Emperor while he had not seen hlm. the Sandwich Islanders formerly had he hair, after across her forehead and farmer residing a few miles north Bishop Huntington will conduct the serPhiladelphia Tress. ing. He seems somewhat weaker Jn many families- of this earth the wife, the soundest teeth of any people on tho of hero has lostroyer eighty, hogs out of a vices, which will bo very. simple. No pub- ends. her eyes and across her face there are group ofof women are standing, and through the converting grace of God, He was restless this afternoon and evening, drovejp'f 150. within a short.timo. He. has lic services will be 'held 'at the house and globe, but their teeth havo now begun as many wrinkles as there are graves over seizes one them by the hair, and lifts has seen the "King in his beauty," and trnim-A doctor who has had much ex- and is now it1 U1CUDTC1I nurrwA mtnoilir V"v CO far has the interment at Forest Hill Cemetery will ....i., lint. Pv to decay rapidly, an effect, it appears, wlr.ch she has wept, you will be able truth-ful'- y her struggling and resisting on his horse, 1:30 a. m. At 1 o'clock this morning conferred upon her the pearl oc i tivi, perience in treating lahorers in gasfailed to find Anything that enres'orpre-ven- t also be private. and if her brothers and friends do not great price, while the husband is an "aliea Seymour was more restless and of eating large quantities of salt. This number-oto say, in the words of Solomon's other the'disease. A largo works says that persons who have be- unable to speak. overtake her before she gets to the jungle from the covenant of promise. withoutGodlosing their hogs rapidly. farmefe rabstance and sugar Dr. lirown re- song: Embezzler Arrested. come insensible from breathing ilml trithnnt hone in the world." and imshe is his lawful wife. In another land gards as leading factors in tho destrucCincinnati, Feb. Wfibu B. Mannix luminating gas will usually revive after Bbhold, thou art fail, my lovel Behold, i the masculine candidate for marriage Is nWnnned in worldliness and sin. Oh, that Bunkoed Out of $5,000. Silver DtHars In Circulation. . the present tion of human teeth at of Archbishop Purcell aud his tho administration of a "few drops of thnv micht arm in arm eo this day and trou art fair! beaten by the club of the one whom he see Him who is not only greater and lovej" WArarKofox, A "cJ.'Feb, 12. Tfio United brother Edward Purcell, of Bloominoton. III., Feb. 11. This fore- time. this city, has acetic ether in water. Pittsburgh Post. noon his bridge. If he cries out Her than any Joseph of earthly aowta-iowould make States Treasury bas prepped a statement been arrested on a warrant charging him two confidence men relieved George And perhaps she may respond appror 1.A BBOwiag that the amountof silver dollars ewTTlir rrt retired mer- Bradner, but "high over all, in earth aatleir nriat'lv. in the words that no one but the under the pounding, he is rejected. If he with tho embezzlement of$350,000. Bail New Jersey furnish chant, of and old citizen and swindle, ana, New York and taeireHlatieaJaIj31 last xme S39,2$4,433; was fixed at 110,000, audi and skv." His touch is life. Hia ,TWe to .ment3 with repeating riflea , matchless Robert Burns could ever have receives tke blows uncomplaingly, the ia aausip-defendant most of the tropical "fixinV'forradie' made good 000 by the lottery the Ieeaer81, W.Sll.Sn; FaWuary 10, 1SS8, went to Jail. ..... .. their escape. ois some : imtm. s;, aLm OUeh auuut.aoflnmrvA ,i. k ,ikt. Kzfliirn aad .!?! tai iquuu jyeu wr iui wr uvmttvi mmhw f4,wv,uwi i wer.Ar. Y. Mail iM HIGH WATERS. THE GREAT BOSTON FLOOD. Nearly 1,000 Houses Submerged Tw o Square Miles Cocred With "Water ICanglng From Two to JUght 1'cet Deep. , . Bostok, Feb. 14. The urea at"Tloxbury ia flooded by tho constantly increasing. The water has risen over a foot; binca yesterday,' and through somo street1? tho current rushes at ten miles an honr. Two squaro ' the rate-omiles of the city is now under water from two to eight feet. The section covered ia nearly oblong in shape, and is bounded by Norfolk IIouso Hill on tho southwest, Northampton street on tho northeast, Shawmuttivenue ontheonthca,!t"and tho" B. & P. R. R. on the northwest. Tho source of tho flood is the bursting of the confines of Stony brook, near Norfolk JlilL Prom that point tho flood lias toward tho ccnter"of thenirr proper. ""It has passed Arnold street, the old Roxbury boundary, and has reached Northampton' and In soma Tho .cellars, street. instances, thofirstfloorsof' nearly a aro flooded. In houses thousand low sections tha .houses are al1,500 fam euirely submerged" most ilies are more or less affected, and h con- bervative estimate of tho loss to buildings and stock is ?T00,000.-- The territory drained by Stonv brook comprisesiinany square miles in Jumaica plain and Roxburj and the lower and surface water on this section might alL .bo. added At one point near Frankiln park there covered fifty, acres is a lot of all with Jvrater three' Jfe?t deep, of .which must flow off through " The auavor. nolice.commist.ioners nndlother city official areit work estub slifhingMepots of feupplies"rand arranging ior inoxenei oi mesuuerers. v inrKo'parc of the inhabitants living in the flooded district aro still living in the upper stones f their houses waiting for the flood to There have bpen many narrow" escapes from drowning. Immense throngs of people have visited the flooded district tfday. and the streets in .that vicinity bavo been, black. with humanity since early . v iV .this niornlng. overflow-of-Stouy-broo- JjXLlXTH CONGRESS. TALaLVGE'S sermon. P John Anderson, tny j0 j0hu AVe clamb the bill theglther; And mony a cd'otjr day, j0hn. i - k r Ied. Ante-Nupti- al I'oMt-NupUi- U a - ts Mar-Viag- - lo-- . k.r-rr- ow "" Sl ! P5--P- . - fctcailil-rogrcs- el I -- ci - " r- .... """" l e g. iKMind-tajsT- s; T ! -- low-rat- e Pccrc-taryo- f ... - 0r .. le jafr k1 4-- 5 - -- Mid-dlebor- O i coal-scutt- -- up-stair- s, -- .r Su , - -- Stony-brook. crci-mu- . C5 $150,-00- 0. y Kdu-cition- . sub-bid- e. -- ill s I ' i. - farru-Siouseri- . " Forty-secon- d to-da-y, n Men-hant- s - f ebip-yar- new-bi- ll torn-mitto- e 5 ' life-tim- I ' to-da- e 12.-Se- natu. I j - llo-A- 1 I n "kn-i- n three-quarte- m-,- - e ' m sn; liT H .1 o grist-mill- s. -- to-da- y eight-hou- yellow-covere- letter-carrier- Post-oflice- s d m post-olhcc- s. sub-letti- stoop-shoulder- eye-sight- m Iu, Roell-inge- r. fj-o- m Ex-Cit- y be nnd-camo- T to-da- Post-ollic- e-- Opera-hous- life-tim- e! ts to-da- y vo -- hay-loft I i e -- s, Hnn-coc- k. pul-lishi- I to-nig- pro-nounc- ed o ne nt et ' to-da- y !. Town-send.- " sep-ulche- rs, one-quart- er (1. T Isj-ix- d L-- L, i 5 ninety-twa.year- s. i? -- has-ba- nd ' ' o .Iu, n or m forBToC.-bogcho3era.- A un-d- e- to-nig- - a-- Am semi-consciou- s. he-ha- s a f are-kls- e I . - n, A yHiui ., !i !..!... ttj - hirr j r. ,' - i - ;t ' V --- ft, Lis:-!-... ';( y. av . in - - - J - ' & yrt gg&g&sg. ., - 7 . - 3BS3SSEHB 1 . .jA 5i""feM K' y2JBJtBKl4ViW rj - ?93fil' Mands for more varied articles and for ar sucn as tne wnues wore. Clearly .Explained and ticles of clothingFor instance, the chiefs of aul illustrated. the Five Nations, in theit Ttc question of "curved pitching" is release of the lands on the Susquehanna river, besides raise.! in the story of "How Science Won raising their demands for tiie Game," in a recent St. Xicholas, and guns, powder, etc., ask for the fact of ita performance and the means "forty pair of gartering," rH."to ita'accompliahment duly set forth. In u fort v nair of shoes and 9rt - 1, n i a subsequent number the reality of the curve R iT7lc,"tnTr- .iAAl'inm! of rum, two hundred is in the face of skeptical criti- tobacco and rim; ret its explanation "as a physical pounds of this agreementone thousand the Indian pines." In r gave to Richard Penn the lands adjoining Iahall not readily forset the chill autumn me Susquehanna river lying between eonie twelve years ago, when in tain northern, eastern and southern my first match game, played on thegroundB boundaries, nnd extending westward as far Iggfof the.Xaval Academy, the reiility of curved as the setting 6un. On August '25, 1737, the Delaware Inf pitchingwas most forcibly and discourag- dians executed a release of a tract of land ingly brought home to me by "threestrikes to John Thomas Penn. This tract had ?P and out!", The "in curve was no new been in discussion ut a conferthing a an inconstant feature of the "un- ence with William Penn, held derhand throw;" but this was my first ex- two years before, but the with were dissatisfied perience of the. "out curve," at least, as a the measurement. At the matter under the control of the pitcher council in which they exennd not a mere unintended, accidental cuted this release, after defin-h'the other boundaries, they course of. the ball. Obtaining no help PTttMlfl an explanation from those to whom vt 1nU tl.nt it. Hhnlllfl from the'"Neshameny crek ANYA6QUk-a- s I applied (on the contrary, many s far back into the woods aa that it tbs a physical impossibility), man can go in a day and a half." I htudlttl the subject and promptly arrived A second release of tho lands on both at an easy solution, satisfactory" to most "ides of the Susquehannn by the Indians ol pernonu with whom I have discussed it. Ah the Six Nations more closely defjnns the a ,fiuis maybe ol interest to some of your western boundaries and limits the tract t. 'readers, I take the liberty of presenting it. the province of Pennsylvania proper. The isrprnnlivl in itu tnr-- . document is ornnmented with the private ' The ball in its $ ward motion by the resistance of the air, autographs of the chiefs of tho council which acta unoh it ureciselv as thouch thn wnicn run principally to tne ball were at rest and the wind blowing forms of turtles, birds and against it at .a rate equal to the motion of what were evidently in tended forbears. The most ieC bi- - "TijB exerts a pressure on the frontal the ball and a'friction onits sides, elaborate flourishing is that jubt as the water so manifestly does upon of Ilatguantogughty. Hat a 'Teasel. If the ball is mcrcl)" moving . J evident!) tlung a vigorous btraightforward the friction is Utie same on rt top and bottom, right nnd left, and the is only to slow the forward motion. squares and circles attest his familiarity with the first principles of penmanship. But if the ball rotates as well as moves we have a changed relation a part Aughauughgas private mark was evi- of the ball's surface is moving against the oentiy an attempt at a air with greater rapidity than the rest, as i chicken and his abilities as a diagram will make clear. If the ball (or an artist can be seen from strictly it center of gravity) is moving the result. Aug's chicken forward (let us bay at the rate of one hunhud evidently moulted its dred feet per second), nnd at the same time tail and was not in so flourit is revolving so that points on itsequator ishing a condition as that nre traveling around its center at an equal AUOniWIXQUA of Havienta which was exrate, it is evident that d is traveling nctlr like this The autograph of as fast as the ball, as a whole, moves lahushwangau re sembles anundressed -- . " laor.s. n Indian papoose try- ing to stand dn his MlitLnn. ad.' Some of tho ( C ) "" other big braves V dro into shorthand .LUl.ll a.21... and sign with a h.vwyikxta A simnle dash or a curve! lim. 1.a.i of purchase, datel August 22, 1740, conforward, while 2V is moving forward at its veys to Richard and Thomas Penn an ; pius mat 01 me center that is. enormous tract of land for a mere song. It twice as fast as c. As the friction of the air is defined as extending north from the southern foot of the Blue y increases .with the velocity of the moving -- f object it must bf greatest nt b and least at mountains about twenty d, being really tero at d under the condiEnglish miles, nnd from 4f?T tions given. The b side of the ball is there-jforthe Delaware river to the -retarded more than the center or anv jjar Susquehanna; jEoOO is the 1A other part, while the d tide suffers no consideration, nnd thisis CAXESiEoo. tjie first ,nonev transacretardation. The result must be a curve toward the retarded side.- - When the rota- tion bivreen the Indians and "white which is recorded in these old books, tion is on a nearly vertical axis this effect will be at its maximum, nnd. according to and it shows how gifts of merchandise and the direction of its " twist," the ball will baubles had ceasm! in Hntiufv curve-tthe right or to the. left "in" or and nothing less than the hard cash would l- pass current lor a purchase. In this explanation the effect of gravity Ninedifferent tribes ,. r,l aesumed to bo nearly a constant force; in this purchase, and an'd.not knowing the approximate velocitv the chiefs who represented of "swift pitching," I do not attempt to them were Sa consider whether the resistance of the air is Rachquontaa. Xuntiniaa. Caneatego and Agash T proportional in this" case to thefirst power, the square, or the cube of the velocitv. Tass. Their Hiirtmtiiri rim These points can affect the question of de- principally in the animal line, and are given gree only. This is merely a solution as above with each chieftain's name under-ath- . worked out by a boy, and possiblv of inThe gradual transit from hieroterest to othtrjboya. Looking recentlv at glyphics to penmanship can be seen as Uwy n treatise on gunnery, I found the explana- become of later date, and the Indians take tion far more fully and scientificallv set to themselves Christian names. A deed forth, with careful consideration of a the given by the Six Nations, represented by ' of the problem, in ..connection Henry Peters and others, hns ;th the "drift" of a shot fired from a made at signing the initials. Henry Peters, the Mohawk'chief, attempts a monogram nned cannon. St. Nicholas. 9 formed of P, and Orontakayuon. alias John Mixon, signB a name which 3.. QUEER OLD DEEDS. reads like Thos. N. Philadelphia A'ews. SclvLtlncally CURVED PITCHING. THE COMMONWEALTH. I.ouNtHIp Leaf Tobacco Markrt. Wo quote 1SS5 tobaccos as follows for full weights and sound packages: Trash Common lujrs. Medium lugs.. Good iujfs Common leaf. Medium leal.. Good leaf Selections... .. FaAMcroRT Darhnnd Heavy. i ..... ..... , - ,- twcntv-five'gallo- 'i 50ft 3 25 3 Vi& o5 t 2.V& 4 75 4 5ftTt 5 25 5 2Ti 5 50 5 7.4S 0 75 7 ttTi 8 50 9 OJ&10 50 ?tooa 4 7575 5 5WT& Iiurieu. 4 ST. 50 6 (WJ 7 5IJ 7 M'ii 9 50 9 5O0S13 00 14 5 25 C2S 7 5! 00313 UO Del-nwar- es g to-wa- nmur-snee- &UH-- a flip-li- t '- - r- - Qc. riff irr.--..uaor- i.h: for-vrar- d -- fr - back-war- d J. y playing of base ball on Sunday. Jefferson County nlonc whs excepted. House. It was locul bill day in tho House, and they poured in at a lively rate. The only hill of importance nassed requires counties to pay the expenses or transferrini? their criminals to jails of other counties when their own nre Insecure The bili will tave J 20,000 a year if tho Senate passes it. Fhan'Kkokt. Feb. 8. Senate. It was leave day In the Senate, nnd a preat manj new local measures were introduced, noin-o- f them being important. The bills that wero passed were equally unimportant, the onlv motions made that wero of eencrai interest being tho following: Mr. Triplett mov d to recons der the vote by which the Senate bill, in regard to ced-nGreen and Barren rivers to tho General Government wn passed. Adopted. Tho vote ordering to third reading was reconsidered. The bill was then amended :md tho amendment adopted Tho bill was then put upon its parage passed. Mr Ilryant moved to withdraw tbe Senate bill from the House relating to the sale of deadly weapons. Adopted ; IlnrbR. In tho House the day waschletiy cpeut in filibustering over the hill to amend t Comthe charter of tho Citizens' pany, of Louisville. Owens, of Scott, fee- onded by Spalding, of Fnioii. adopted a svit- tern of dilatory motions, calling for thejeas and nliys pu each motion. Finally tho Spca- . Ker, claiming not to have heard a second to one ot 0ens demands for the yeas and nays. put a vote to tho House and announced tho result. Owens insisted Hint his rights hs a not recognized. The Speaker I member were ruled that he wns not In order, and d reeled , huu to take his s at. Owens refused, and tho Speaker repeated the order, at the Mime timo directing tho Sorgcanl-at-arm- s to removo j Owen from the floor of the House if ho did ' not desist. Mr Owens casually remarked that forty Sergeant-at-artn- s couldn't execute Hint order. The excitement was groat for quite a time. Owens remaining on the lloor rgeant-at-annafter Colonel Corbitt. the had mildly suggested in an ollicial way the orders nl the Speaker Finally tho roll was ordered by the Speaker to !e called, and Owens sat down. In a few moments after tho l was complctrd ho took tbe tloor again to make n motion The Speaker ruled that the motion whs made for a dilatory pur pose, and was theretom out of order. This created new excitement. On ens appealed from tho decision or the Chair: but pending tho ilraw Ing-uof his appeal the hour of 1 .IW arrived, at which the House is adjourned by The appeal will be the first business In ruie Gas-ligh. . roll-calp Proceeding of the LrgMature. Feb. 6. Senate. The Senate epent the day In nnssinp a bill to prevent tho order j rfST " 38 own-raw- jiy u Jr Q ' j "'.. o wererep-resente- d Tamis-Tami- s. Qual-pagha- c, M TAMIS-TAMI- ntU-mpt- s 3 II-a- Quaint Conveyance Between William I'cnn and the Indians Signatures of the IMg A CLOSE BARGAIN. Chief. . The "Old Deed" room of the recorder's office in this city is the repository of . number of most quaint and curiously-worde- d old documents, which, date back' to the time of William Penn and his family. These documents are principally deeds of grant, releases, L" r ltl H IW5- - ei3t bcarcely legible records, got up in the stilted phraseology of the day, and HE KNOWS HER. nuidemonj.complexbv the peculiar legal An Kngacemrnt Which Would Hir Dls- phraseology of the old English laws. The cour.iRcd the Great Napoleon. curious parts of these records are the Jenkins went to hear a lecture recently considerations for which land are trans- on Napoleon Bonaparte and when it was ferred and the tottmt r u'.m,,,,., r the Indian parties to the execution of the over he stopped at a cigar store to hear it different instruments. The considerations discushfd. ' I lell,you,'.!Faid JJilder&tone, SS&re J!2S&2& .generally aeShantIi1,e oT different kinds, and in was the greatest General thai ever cnoice ol articles the Indians made vervcu controlled an army, and only the mightiest ft geuius, the mo'st indomitable energy and pwivilUHOi' the most heroic valor could have induced him to cross the Alps." 7s "Fudge," replied Jenkins, "the Alps ain't nothin'. Just let him come upfomy -- r. House nnd try to cross my wife once, when Mharc mm i her dander is up; and if Nap." "don't think he is only a grain of sand on a limitless BEAL OF THE TIimiECV ailEFTAINS. shore, then I don't know the Bonaparte 3IUrrllaneous Items. document, from its lamily, that's all." Merchant .Traveler. peculiar phraseology as well as its hisDn. Fjknk II. Noonan, a prominent raid IIU Duty Like a Man. torical interest, is a deed given at New physician of Covington, died a few days tasUe on the eecon'd day of the eichth "Oh, Darringer, you. made me awful since, of a disease of tho stomach totally 1C85 by which the "Indian Kings tired, always talking about your war recmonth, destroying tho digestive power. About and Sachomakers , Packenah Tareckham, ord." four years ago ho contracted blood poison"I have justjeause to be proud of it, ing in tho course of his practice as a physittkh?v. Kehilappan, Tcomus, Jlncha' folia Methcowga, Wissa and Powsev Bromley. Every man owes dutvto his cian, anil since that timo, to counteract grantetl to Uilham-pen- n country, and ought top.y it. While I vnt that poison, ho has, with occasional interall the missions, taken medicines which necessarily :,,QilC Qumgus crwk. at cue iiwui', ;uu urv !"& creek, nnd n.,.. Jl.i. . "Just fiton tlieiv. DnrrinfiT. I n.iic! mr had a destructive effect on the organ named. thewj bank of the Delaware river anri duty tust as promptly as von did." .i:.!.T4ttTf... puiuiiii, 1... ...!.... x)ruiiiicv. iT umu l 1........ Ii The Bank of Allen County, located at as larbackwanl un: hiiun. Scottvillo, ha opened for business, with E. as a man can Were you with Sherman?" , Scott Brown as President, John W. Starke, ride in two days 'So." -- ' and B.S. Evans, easbior. with a horse." "With Grant?" vwx. 'l ' Su M'liUK. an ambitious little Henry The considera"No.'! tion for this im"With Farragut, may be?" County town, is about to organtzo a salt mense tract, be"No." : works and natural gas company, in addi&& sides a small lot "Where wn it you paid your duty to tion to starting a bank. An amendment of guns, powder, your country?" to tho town charter changing its name Paid it like a would seem the most appropriate thing to "At the'eustom-houso- . .'TOU. KnjYCS, w .;,. kettles, tobacco man, sir." Philadelphia Cill. be done. nd pipes," waa "forty pair of stockings postmasters Tub following fourth-clas- s one barrel of beer thirty g,ag8 bottlia The Choice of Two KvIIh. were appointed recently : W, A. Arnold, thirty combs, sixty looking-glasse- s and Magistrate It is your privilege, under at Avonia, Harrison County; N. J. Pritch-ard- r -- niurhundred JctvBharps." Truly this call the lav, TJi.cle Rastus, to challenge any ol at Whitesburg, Letcher County. a ""''P1' oI Jewharpa proves Randal Litset, of Harrisburg, a Jersey these gentlemen .before they are sworn as thetruth of he breeder has assigned to T. II. Ilanlin. Liachestnut, ,To this document are affixed jurors. thtffteils of the thirteen chiefs who led the "Unci "fta8tus (turning pale) Challenge bilities, SII.UX); estimated assets a prominent farmer Mit. l- treaty council at which the transfer was dose gemmen, don' to honor? I rudderwan ter and muleA. Whitxkt, sold his farm and made. They make one think that short- challenge trader, has plead no g'emmen. I'd hand writing was bne of the strong points guilty, sah, an' fro' myse'f on de mercy ob stock at public auction. The farm lies on of the abonginies of this part of the coun-trmile from tho tie'eo'trthan ter git my head shot offen me. the Maysville pike, one-hacourt-hous'Deed I wud. A. 1'. Sun. Mt. Sterling, and is finely imThe old deed books were not used exproved. Tho price paid was J 1 10 per acre. clusively for the recordingof deeds. Treat-i- e It was bought by Mr. J. G. Trimble. PresiA Healthful Itule. and articles' of 'ngreement'Vero also dent of the Exchange Bank, Ml Sterling. Poe-Do you pay by length? copied mtolliem, and-iBook F, No. 2 is The residence of Uobert Wallace, siturecorded the articles of agreement of a firm "Editor Yes. ated between Midway and Versailles, and lasting peace lietween "ye Susquehan- Poet Ihnvatwo noems here Onc bus burned tho other morning. Mr Wallace " "". luuue on YO two stantas.and the other eighteen How was in Chicago on a bridal tour, having . j mon-tca"ed Aprile," much will you give for them? married in that city. The burned property h l701,Tetwen Will- Editor Ten dollars for the short one, was owned by Key. K. Ii. Kiunaird, of and five for the long one, lami'enn'and Midway, and was insured. Foet I thought you said you paui oy King Mr. Jacob Guest, an aged and honored oTr'lheTSiisnfjplinTi.' v citizen of Lincoln County, died a few days or-.moe -M-tt- ments and ratifications of iimtionL made with the Indians of Pennsylvania, and frorri$ the conditions embodied in these instruments one who has plenty' of time can read an epitome of the early history of the city. To get at thet-- do and their curious phraseology one must examine more than fifteen old deed-books and carefully read one hundred J'uck s Annual. c ts treaty agree- 5 How a NIco Young 3Ian Got Ahead cf an Industrious Urchin. " Dat' a fine feller, dat is," eaid the pointing at the house. "Where?" asked the pedestrian. "He's gone in dere." "What did herdo?" "He come out an' axed me hoK much I'd take to shovel da snow off his navement. I said fifteen cents. Den he said dat I looked cold, and I taid I was cold. He guv me five cents ter go an git tome coffee fur ter warm me up. He said he'd take keer o' de while I went. I tuk dc five cente an went fur de coffc. Wen I coincbacK, de blamed mean cuss had swep' de snow off de pavement himself, an' said he'd allow merit coffee furde hire o' de bhovcl." snow-shovcler, , W snL bv a vnlo of H tort. Th'4 was thn of miMirtanr( considered, and It was pundy local though vastly important Lou sville to FnANKnliiT, Feb. 10. Senate. The Judiciary rommlttee reported that tho Dixnn high license bill hnuld i r porly originate in tho House, and It will accordingly be introduced in that body. Consideration or the bill to continue tho Superior Court until IMli was postponed until next Wednesday. The bill to grant the defendant tho preparatory challenges in felony enses passed. Hot'SK. Bills were inroducc-- to regulate Insurance risks a id to tax tdeeping cars from ioUU to $100 annually. A resolution, with amendments, calling for Federal aid to lock and dam Licking, Green, Cumberland ami Trade Water rivcru and a nuniltvr of small creeks, was cut off from discussion by adtl.e orders of the day. Both Hout-ejourned as n mark of respect to tho memory of Gem nil lltuicock. FuANKFoiiT, Feb. 11. Senate. Bills pnsseil : To investigate tho w orking of the com lets in the miLbs. requesting Auditor to report the cost of the SuperiorCourt;ain'-ndinSvctton C01 of the civil code; t amend and reduce into one the several aits in relation to the town of Tuylorsville; to repeal an act relating to the Jurisdiction of Justices tourts In Spencer County; to preveut the sale of liquors within one mile of any lock or dam in Kentucky under tho control of the General Government, for benefit of School District No. 7 In Boyd County. Fixing Thursday, February IS. as tho day for the ctcction of Public Prin ter and Binder. To repeal the law regulating thesaieof liquor in Magoffin County Declaring Brush fork of Blaine cro-k- . in Laurence County, a navigable stream Incorporating Hopklusvllle Braucu railroad, with nn amendment. appeals from inferior Courts with Jefferson County except, d. Bill making un stripes on tut- nacK nonncor imprisonment to bo allowed. A substitute for the House bill repealing the fish law wus pa&std. The substitute allows seiniug only in certain mouths. Hoce. Tho pleuropneumonia bill came up in lho House to-don u motion to reconsider, which was carried. Mr Tovis, ol Mad-Isuoffered an amendment to reduce the appropriation from $;.jOio fa.w.'O. which was adopted. The aim nduu-n- t nnd the efforts of Mr 1'eviR saved tho bill, and it pawd bv a voto of M to 3.'.. The lull to r peal tho act establishing a State Hoard of Equalization. Spechcs against the repeal were made by Messrs. Winn and Worthington.and for tho r pcai iiy Messrs. Nesbitt, Mulliguii ami Bote tiltt. lulligan's speech was overflowing with satire and humor, und kept tho house In an uproar for nearly an hour Tho hour of adjournment arrived before a voto was reucbed. , FiiANKt-onTFeb 12 SENTE-T- he entire day was devoted to discussion of tho bill to amend the charter of the Louisville Southern rai road. The Senate wont into Committee of tho Whole, and speeches were made by Colonel T. W. Bullitt, attorney Tor the Louisville Southern, and General It. W. Duke, nttornov for the Louisville ana Xashvilio railroad". The bill finally pasted. It repeals so much of tho charter of tho Louisville Southern rail- road as allows tho city of Loutsvillo and twenty-livor thirty counties in tho State to vote money to aid in its construction. Tho Somite then adjourned. Hoi'fK. In the House this morning the unfinished business of yesterday was reported the bill to rei-a- l the e Bonn! of Equalization. Tho pending question was Mr. .Merquesedith's motion for the previous House refused Tint tion. to onier previous question, and the debate on the bill continued. Messrs Bullitt and Jackson spoko against tho bill, and . Haydon and Denton In favor ol it. Voting began at one o'clock. All the amendments, were voted down and the hill passed by tho following vote: Yeas, 61; uays, 34. Tho House then adjourned. H e d s aj n, Met-srs- passed onlv Fa nktoiit. Feb. 9 Sknste The only imwas the portant business in tho Senate tub declaring the kcepmarof a gnmbling-housa felony, punishable with confinement In the penitentiary lor three rar. The bill was passed liv a vote of to 6, and will go through tho House wth omial rase Thtr is n deniim from all foctiou. of tho State for the passase of the hill. HorsE. in the Hoiio everything was as quiet u a nunnery Owens and Spald-ini- r did not pre;- tneir appeal from Spc.tktr Otlutt s l,.o inn, nud the House proceeded to consider thf bill amend mrthe charter- f the t Citirons' Company, ol Iiuisvillo. over which the row started and to-da- y c 5 s Gas-ligh- PfTPlK"1'81'"? W llr 1. How to Save Money; might nlso say timo and pain as A Fault With Which Many YouiiB Men well, in our advico to cood housekeepers and Indies generally. Tuo great necessity nre A filleted. "People have a greatlv mistaken "'. 'ewed atrenstb, or whs suffer try existing always to havo a perfectly safe alrmltlea iwealUr to liel mi, ahauldfrcai X.IST OP who mingles with other remedy convenient for tho relief and prompt Lvery idea of tho oxplosiVeness ofdvnamite." ALWAYS CURABLE B USETO euro of tho ailments peculiar to eaid a veteran explosivo expert, as he bojs knows the meaning of the words irregularity, constant pain?, and pat in the lobby of "shoeing off." It is a common foible all tho symptoms nttendant upon uteriney the Seventh Avcmit btrong-lto Hotel. "I have handled explosives in of human nature, but it is most notice- Uisorders induces usDr. recommend and unqualifiedly Pierce's "Favorite nearly every State of tho Union for the able among young persons, because Prescription" w man's host friend. It will eavo money. last twenty-thre- e with they do their showing off so awkwardly. year3. The firm Which I am connected furnishes a largo Every one sees that they arc showing trick felThe chicken thief is annox-helow. Marathon Jndtpendent. ofl', even when they are not distinctly part of everything 0f au explosive naA YI0OKOU3 nnd healthy growth of halris ture used in the oil field., and mines o! conscious of it themselves. People of OF iXIUlLS. OF HTMiX FLESH. maturer age, who have even a moder- maintained by using Haft's Hair Renewer. Pennsylvania, and I have superintended Scratches, niirumutWm, of sense, have discovered its transportation, and in many cases ate amount no use for any one to try Tlnrn anilcnldv, orefl and Galls, Tun newest thing in nowspapors is "an that it is of to Stlngn nud Ilites, ' Spavin, Crncks,' the use of it, as I did nearly all tho pass himself ofl' for anything he is hot. organ of brass bands." Philadelphia Preu. THE crevr Worm, Grabs Cuts and Bruinea, We are all seen through by our comwork done in blasting through the Sprains it Stilchev, Foot Rot, Hoof Ails PiKK'aTooTiiACHBDnors curoinl minute, So BEST TONIC. of the South Pecn railroad, and I panionsevery one of us. The meas- Gle nn' 8 Sulphur Soap ucals and beautifies. 25c. Contracted Mutclcs, Lnmcnesi, This medietas combines Iron with pcro Trfrntabla is Swinny, Founder" nevr saw but two or three accidents ure of our worth is taken correctly; if German Corn Hemoveii kills Corns i llunlom. t"nics. andand inralaabla fur Diseases peculiar to Still Joints, alio ho lead snlentarvlifes. IlKii. oincn. then not or tho ilacUache, sprains, Strains, rlcbei and 1'uriUet ths Blood, .Mlmutute from tho premature explosion of dyn"VViiewk does all the bad weather go to h Appetite, Mreiiethrnt th and Every indi- when Eruptions, Sore Feet. amite. One of these was on the day after X,rvt" m fact, thoroughly Invisorntrs. it clears oil' Chicago Ttlejram. vidual makes about the right impresClears the craplikn, and makes the slon (mooth. I'rott Rites, Stiffness, Itochtflter & Pittsburgh railroad, about sion upon others, and It doo nut blacken the t'otn, cause headache, or has, sooner or and all external diseases, and cTery tinrt or accident Mast imitators, but no equal, has Dr. pnduce .Mary constlratlon i'I othtr Iron mnlietmra do. years ago. A blast hud In' lmt later, about his just Mna. K. nivasure of respect. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. For general use in family, stable and stock yard. It Is in and failed to go oft". Another waa " I used Hrown'n Coixims, SteabwnTUIe.O'ilo. tars: Iron Uittera for Irunale Weaknrss No one need trouble hiuiM-l- f concerniii"-thwith great benefit, altr hanni; been treated hj two put in about three feet away and I'hyjicun-THE I1EST OF ALu Shear nonsense trying to cut the hair of? than I harewithoutinrelief. I cow am in better health others been lea.-.-" touched off. From tho explosion it is opinion sure to form of him, because u man. JSarlers' Oaztttc. bo what it should be. Mb Wm IL Woods. Lehlghton. Pa..sais; " almost which followed it was thought that nsed Bronn's Iron Bitten fur loss of strength from How often one The valuo could cot do both blasts had betn fired, and the school, whom no one sees a quiet bov in colds and of Ayer's Chem Pectoral, in cursioc a strong, healthy babi I and curdiallj raj work without this valuable tonic, coughs, can not bo overestimated. particularly notices, foreman and his men all gathered at and who even may be it. iinprcpo.ssessino-ithe hole as the first blast went oft. Genome has above Trade Mark and crossed red linea watch Dog with a new appearance, making his way to un on wrapper Tuke no oilier. Madeonlrby 1 had furnished the material, but was versal esteem without trying" for it, or collar. California Maverick. iututv. iii:micai. co., iialtimiui.iii. not superintending tho work. Ho goes along thinking "These stories about dvnamito beinj, hi.s duty, about iL no pretenses doitif making "Wayne, Da Page Co., "aiirjalj. and no , exploded by tho ioltino- of a wagon art claims, but all the while he is gamin" HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE mistakes. "People getlt mixed up with in the esteem of others, until some inci Itore vulucil l erehero awhich Includes ut i",COO,000, No, dynamite is reallj dent of school-lif- e ahuut reveals that he is the is, tin safer than black pryiicr; that Ilood's Sarsaparilla purlfle:. enriches and vltal!zs I have taken, by advice, a bottle of Hood's 6ar-boy whom every one has been 70 PES CEHT OF ALL HORSES the blood, stimulate. the digestion, and elves ssparttla, and It did me good My it " dynamite used in uxrniintry. blood w as alt out of and in whom osery one of strcoKih to the l...u- iKKlr. eSretmg remirkanw orar. anl felt like an uM man. II xxl a Sarsaparilla Vfh purity p llroil Is rU.I.vcil pl(rrrA c mlted with somr pimply In tho ere heron Stud Beck of France, tins only cures of scrofula, sau rneum, all tumors, drspcptia. makes me feel young and as t.y of twelte fctua Book, eier puU ? la tix. "absorbent, such 3 sawdust, some good blllonnes, heailn he. kidney and llrcr complalats, Ji LiraREiTZEK, Fort Wayne. Ind. There is a tendency, CVER IMrORTED TO AMERICA. sort of earth, or oven corn meal. Heat little unjust to boj's thatperhaps, to be a catarrlu rheumatism, and that tired feeling caused br show oil'. So- chance of llmate. seax.n. or life. "I ued Ilood's Sarsaparilla last spring ami can truis, no ordinary STOCK ON HAKU: won't explodo it; that ly raj it helped me very much. To those suffering ciety is full of very good fellows who "I waa troubled with rait rheum three jeirs. I with bilious complaints, nervous prostration, ' as would explode I K degree of heat, or rheuhad this propensity when they were took HoHrs Sirsaparllla and am entirely cured, sad matism, I earnestly recommend Wow from a ham It," gunpowder, and a hit eight has Increased from 1C8 pounds to us." it long Mrs. 1 CAErrvrrit, Kalamazoo, Mich. JIks. Alice Skitu, Stamford. Com. mer can not generate lieat enough to young, and who outgrew is tho beforo they left school. Youth time to explode it. Up in the anthracite coal get rid of this foil-- . A Trnportct! Stallions,' father said, the Old enough far mines, last summer, I saw something other day, 1 suITered "For Indigestion, Service, reminded "When that illustrates this. A hole had been boy's habit when he was ofl': "I am of his restless years night, andfromthe morning Ibeing Tery debilitated,inI the spring I felt all run doxn and much In the In found Ilood's Sarsaparilla Just the mcdl wouldjpt of showing 125 COLTS glad upwltharcry tired feeling feet, sventy-nin- o drilled down about After taking only prt cine to build me up. My wife also, arter mueb phyjlral Tro jeare old and of dynamite Tom has this fault so young, as he of a bottle of Ilood's Sarsaparilla I slept well and felt prostration found In Its use new life and lasting bene and a prepared pacVs jwmger. will have the longer time to conquer it." refreshed on waking SarwparilU has done fit I'pon our little girl, who had been sick wiih scar of it.A workman, bj A stood at tho top rlnleacfcrtefl sure cure for showing off is to notice me more good than anything else " J'i'v ?'lW' (rent brerdrrs hvali intp- let fct er. Its effect was marvelous, entirely rcmo ng . ."? a misstep, kicked it oTCr the edge, ami how silly other people feyeerwrll bred anlnutamar bn hn. Jics. II D Wisaa s.Jackson. Mich. the poison from her blood and restoring hcrtoguod look when thev rz "Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured me of blood po'son " heal'h. Hood's Sarsaparilla deserves our highest it dropped to the bottom. The dyna an doing it. Wu all are not have vanity enough recpnlert. they shocM bo va d only aa prides. I will ctid not explode. H that had beer W. II. BaEX.SteubenTllle,0. praise." E 0. Steattos, Swampscott.MaaS. mite impurtj.1 stork at prade pi ices furm n the on. mat so' J. ced.jrr, ti.hiIraanot.ftthough, the hole left in ourselves to recognize it mothers, Its ojVir.A' and record la I left. has and wc are all good enough to tlelest btuj liook ofof tlw It France J wouldn't even have ben 111nsrated I utalocue nt frre Wayne. Ita..ls 33 to be exploded by a cartridge of higher our faults when wc see others practice test of Chlcasj.on Lue Chicaeo & crh.'iVesMmmiles ISy. which'generates heat enough them. i uuwi J explosives to lire it. Sold by all Lots of riesh and Strength, tl; Ii forsi Trepsredby Sold by all dniFntsts. it six for IX Prepared by and dyn"The reason C. I IIooriAtO Apothecancs, LocM. Mass, a I. HOOD A CO. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. with nnd amite are used instead of gunpowder couh poor apjK'tlte, ou firstperhaps slight or lyingdown at 100 Bosch Ono 100 Doses On? "noliois for the fact that tho latter always uiRiit, in morning, should bo looked to in time. Persons o, atllieted with coiisinnptiou nro proverbially seeks the weakest point to find HOW TO USE y while tho other two exert equal force unconscious of their renl state. Most cn.sos & coiiunenco with disordered liver, leading to TREATED FREE. is this property in evorv direction. It CREAM bad digestion and imperfect OALm "DX.. II- OXtJ33EJ' SONS, T'LY'SHB of gunpowder that mates it so valuable food honco tho emaciation, assimilation of or wasting of 1'Iai e a Specialists for Eleven Years Past, of the for use in firearms. It has only boor thollcsh. ltun formof scrofulous disease, Balm Itnopar lUenoitrl) BZyitHFAto RIVVW11! V VA Hare treated Dropsy and lta complications with the most wonderful success, use vegetable remedies, enfor a couple of vcars that any thing else aud is curnblo by tho UhO of that grentestof and draweachstrong tire'- harmless Remove all symptoms of drop?y la and mvig-o- i reaths through the Tho CREAT LIVER gnnpowtfer could be used, but all eight to t tntj da s. than nting compounds, kuonn na Dr. Pierce s note. It wj. io aoCure patients pronounced hopeless by the best of Romody and Stomach now thev havo inventions by which a "Uolden Medical Discovery." arbed and br a s ! rom the first dose trn- - symptoms rapidly diapper. Forthecureof all disorders of the Stomach. Liver, can be fired from a dvnamite cartridge lSuwrK. Kidneys. Illadder. Nervous Inseaes. Loss of and in ten days at least of all symptoms aro work of I'eanau s and Appetite. Headache. Cotlvenes. I ndlcrstlon.il. removed big gun by compressed air, and ever Biu.Kinni resemble matrimony, inas- healins the Ciseased Fever. Inrlammattoa of the Bowels, l'lleo. and tome tnjy cry bembag without knowing anything by gunpovder. Should the cartridge much as kisses and scratches arc common membrane It ail ys all derangements of the Internal viscera. Purely about it Remember, it docs not coetyou anything i vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals or dele- realize the mem of our treatment for yojirsclf. in Inflammation and strike the armor of a vessel it explodes, to both. terious drugs. ten davs the difficulty cf breathing is reueved. thn fri Hi Cuids in ine I'rlce, 25 cents per box. Sold by all druggists. pulrc regular, the urinary otyai j made to discharge and no vessel can float armor plate Head their full dutv. sleep Ii restorer, the swelling all or Yonnc Men, Itrail Thl. withstand the shock. heavy enough to nearly gone, the strength Increased, and appetite mads ! The Voltaic Bklt Co., of Marshall, guod We aro constantly curing cases of long standThere was & trial of compressed ait offer to sen. heir colebrated Electro-Mich., KQT a LIQUID or SNUFF. - VolDIl. RADWAY'S VILLH are a cure for this ing, cares that have been tappet, a number of times, complaint. They restore strength to the stomach and and the patient declared unable to lire a week Gils Brooklyn by a United taic Belt and other Electiuc Appliances A few applications re- - Bj; AV cannon near Bt history of case. Xante fEiVEiK enabtelttoperformltsfunctloBs. The symptoms of full badly swollen and where, sex. bow long atStcted. States navy officer, nt'which dynamite on trial for30 days, to men (young orolJ) llce. MhtnougMrtatcoatlve, have are rrrt JOVI curt.byAcreeabletouse. Send for circular. Iiyspepsla disappear, and with them the liability of how bursted and dripped water, bowelsfor tite pamthe system to contract diseases. Take the medicine legs bend ern- s. rlci. tr.all r at dnicglsts. of vitalcartridges were thrown upwards of two afflicted with nervouidi-uilitv- . los according to directions, and obseno what wc say in phlet, containing testimonials, questions, etc , tLYllllOTH-Oweco.y.T. ity and all kindred trouMes." Also miles, with good results.1 True" repectlng diet. furnished free by mall. Ten days" "Falc and a sis.and ri!end letter stamp to Jilt. TXAI)iVAT b J"llltft"V tt!l) ioaitliflycents In stamps to par cured. "How is it that tho dynamite bombs er diseases. Complete i ustoration many othCO.. to. lit; lVurren Htreet, Jtuiv York, for If you order tHai. si-- d 1 to health, postage. Fale and True ' s;et II. II. lli:r.E. .c SO.NS, XI. lis.. used by tho Russian Nihilists are sc vigor.and muuliood guaranteed. No risk inUo lure to RADWAY'S. m .Iuc .Lvrnii, Atlftiita. Cq. curred, as .'JO days' trial Is allowed. Writo dangerous?'' No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes. of what we term tbenint once for illustrated pamphlet, free. "They are not made VI lam now 19 years old, and 1m e suffered for the last Celebrated i s.n'JM." ai.vi.idynamite at all, but of a mixture of tlu Cftcm years with a lung trouble. I hare spent thou, i:ic imti nitim.i: comMncti. A rEcrxi utrrr of stage banquets Is the lands of do'lars to arret the march of this disease; most highly explosive substance known can not be slipped by any horse, fcamsupes. pie ua.tertoat)v PTr:oi tne v but tcmpor.ry relief was all that I obtained. I was to science, such as fulminate of mer great variety ot laaf free, onrecelp: of S1. SoTdbyal unfltforany manual laborfor several years. Afritnd Saddlery. Hardware and Harness and eon of pot.cury, chlorate Best, ensiest tou&e and cheapest. Piso's strongly recommended the ue of bwlffs Specific (S. 4 v IJcalers. Special d!:comt: to thrift danger Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. S0c. S. S i, claiming; that he himself had been greatly chloride of nitrogen, t Traue iJrraa lor t'nee- i.isr C LiGurBotrsE.Ilochesier,X.Y j benefited by lis use In tome lung troubled. I resolred Js which ous of all. These an totry It The results are Builds up the purifies the (1, and "Have you any old Roman weapons 1" left tne. my strength has remarkable. My coach baa blood, restoring health and constltntton. by druggists, even experts hand returned, and I weigh sixty MATRI&JGHIAL. vljror. bold my life. pounds more than ever did wlrich do not come ce of Dealer "We have none in just now, they three years since I Istopped theIn ute of theIthasbcen SI a bottle. D IlSSes ach issue cor ta mircr ' aivertiemLt medicine, KarUrulur XachncXten. are beingrusted." cx- rfpartin with'n; to marrv. Tr cl'EXiscnIresmak-m- , but I have had no return of the disease, and there are the manufacture RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. no pains or weakness felt in my lenss. J do the hardla.lcr fcys'ems. and lnub.e Traant Whtels as plosives at all'-- j xx ir jir. to 'ilrn est kind of work. M.1. j or to centr. Addr T.J. "Jolt For the relief and cure of all Pains, Congestions and TUK ?l.tTltl10.Mll Mon'grni-rr- . Ala, Jnnc 23, 1SS3. 4'liKliuinll. sililc. THE MARKETS. Inflammations. Swiff Specific Is entirely vegetable. Treatise on Made Selling onr Goods Blood and "ktn IMeae mailed free. DR. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Slreet, N. Y. pim WORK OF 1 enUrely new; will sell ev- -I 11 Co., JJrawerS, Atlanta, Ga.. or fY Cincinnati. Feb. IC. 137 W "Kd btrcct. N Y. re at y ftSS fi i 0 Vf ladvorgent. sight by aar Btfi LIVESTOCK Cuttle Common?: CO 6 3 73 A Family Calendar Icallk hend II for SjSu,,uJ ervwh agent sold S wcrtti 3 85 it 4 M Choice Butcher! One nrtrvKJ iipiimi ii ivui .. . tU 1.1. fo trial package h:ci c".s f nnl Humor J """ 3 75 3.T. Common HOG Vmk tlrstila Kitchen so: Jer to., station A, Cincinnati, O. Pr. It 4 10 & 3) m IuL..l fm m attMwl Goodl'uclvers Wc nre in book Zri $WM. fr fcrf r a lrwf i a -. f Good to choice SHKEI ii 44 J.5 J ,8TCD An active Man or Womsn In ertry a tlrao and ihn bare the m return again, I man aral 4 I 10 which, in richness of J j C "county to K 'our goods. Salary $3. Futuily cal esra. I have m.i9 the dlae of FITS, EPILEPSY per ioatBaiKl Earrne rcpntt tn ad klth Xtf Co.. nUune.UJa. or FALLINO SICKS E a Effl my red study. I warrant Tance. Cantasimf uutet ftirEl Particulars of illustration.Thay be said, OHAIN - red 13 rrmtdy to care tbe worst cases Cleanse others have No. Co. Ecston. ilass. !CEQK'.VLAXS,omc.-r- , pay from u u free, standard S.i failed Is co reason for not niw receiving a cure. end at .... in the language of the wild Weit, to lorn No-- . mixed Us tliOconniiI-!oiiH- , cues for a treatlM and a Frve Bottle of ray InfaL.tto ilr.rrlrn business .... Si (ft fc'H ciperttncciUyears. I'rii!!!,! and (tuts No. 2 mixed remedy. Giro Express and lust OCce. It cosu yoti STUDY. HUE'S Formr. l'enmanshlp. Arithmetic 6::or "take the cake." It is simply drawing rile for circulars and lans. fee .... OT ic 4 nothing for a trial, and I win cure yon. No UiTimothy No. W McCOItMIt K. A SON. Cluclnnatl. Ohio. Xddresa fir. Ii. O. BOUT. Its I'earl St.. New York. A band. M.lliw ugbly taught by malt, rircularafreo. HA Y it mild to say that it contains some of 1 UBAICO Common .urns.. ....12 23 ft, '' W COJUJ'.CJ', Ituflulo, N. . lJUIXJr .... 800 Indian doctor 10 (M 0.14 X (iooiI Medium the the best examples of American humor Piso'i Remedy for Catarrh Is the and cured without the knife. i.N Mess. ..11 CO av-- r. Consultation free. DrJ T.Loure"r,ckoka.IndlanTer. Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. oa treatment sent free. Aaaress ever published; and the contributors, PHOV 1SK Prune feteatn CHffc GS Lard L.i1)M. M d)., Aurora, here and earn A DM V .... 10 tf, 12 n in the field of let- BCT! EH Fnnej Dairy who arc &a-t'- rr poo,! pr. situations IM . .. Fine blooded cattle, sheep. hog. poultry.Ohio furnished. "Write ValestinzUbok, Janeevllle, Wis. ters, have really excelled all former APPLES" Creamery 75 ... 1 'St ifnfftPMl. rrnUMrnK with fjOencrav1'riiiin X.lMlOYElliCO, lng irtc. by comic art- POTATOES per bushel... . .. 70 G 75 efforts. The illustrations A IOTH. Agents Wanted. BO best Also good fjr Cold In the Head, 1 satnnle f lin nmrlpidntli,' uorM. Ukteoit. FRES NEW YOKK. Headache, Hay Fever. tc. 50 cents. ists are also in direct harmony with 107O Mic A.N.K. E. a 3 55 0(.UU Address JAY UI'ONfcON. the text. "Bill Nye" tells his cx- - FI.OCB Stnte and Western. $3 GHAIN-WhNo. 2 Chicago with a cyclone. R. K. 0!!i a oii No. 2 red 4 of ruck, rhymes funnily on No. 2 ml.x ed Torn 45 37 Oats mixed D. Umbstact-te- r, the four seasons. Jlr. II. 11 0) 10 50 FOKK-M- fss t! 37! tho originator of tho book, de& LAUD Western steam scribes his wrestle with a grilled bono CHICAGO. Q. 4 85 in "merrie England," and "M Quad," FLOCH-St- ntc and Western 54 79,J (0 of the Detroit Free Press, gives some GKA 2ClucaKOi-irinjj- No 2 red... . 7S"?ft M'i No. quaint aphorisms of "Brudder GardSCTi. Corn No. 2 2ii0) m, Outs-- No 2 ner's." The book, in fact, is not one Ml lit to be glanced at and laid aside and for- POHK e Mes .......... ..... 10 35 ill 'W & r, 12H gotten, but can be taken up with pleas- LAUD Steam In vain.physlcinns came, with subtle skill. BALTIMOBK. ure at any time. Its title is the St. And trictl. in turn, preset iptlon, lotion, pill; f 4 50 (if, 5 00 Jacobs Oil Family Calendar atid Book FLOlT With saddened looks they viewed her furry K'ifs 8SS of Health and Humor for the Million for 47?6 47.S tongue. Corn Mixed 37 36 2SSG. It is published by the Charles Outs mixed In solemn silence stethoscoped each lung1; 10 75 B 75 Pork Mess A. Vogeler Company, Baltimore, Id., PHOVIPIONs 71 "li 1'rom moulting; head to gout distorted toe, the proprietors of St Jacobs Oil a CATTLE First quality 4 00 ft 4 f"7H They searched, then said, "Poor woman, tls 623CfJtO , remedy which is universally known as HOGS no go"l JNDIANAPOLIS the only cure for rheumatism and all "2 $ bodily pains, and which has been in- Wheat No. 2 red 35'i Corn dorsed by leading men in every coun- Oatu mixed 33 !j 5 mixed Jlrs. P. Oats, of Siutrttrat, 10., writes: "When try in the world. Red Star Cough Rev. Sidxet C.DATY3, Gallen, Michigan, writes: 1X)UISVILLE my lmd used Dr. Pierce's 'Favorito Prescription ' a Woman's Marvelous " I wish, in this letter, to expressgreatgratitude for cent remedy Flour Nn.l Cure, the new twenty-fiv- e 50 $i 00 good which one week. I COtlid walk nil nrnr tho l. Sirs. Davis and myself for the ! 3 for throat and lung troubles, which is CHAIN Wheat No.Srcd.... I could get into a wagoa and ride two miles accomplished in her case by the use of Gratitude. jnnd " " 39 Benefits. has been 3?'.'it Corn mixed x mm not rjeen aoie to waic your proprietary medicines. When she began also being manufactured by this house, ' 32 48 flnt s tnixi-i- l d out. in the tn trikf thptn. in Jnnunrv last, she could not en for Kir months. After usintr r, 11 50 has received the indorsement of legis- POHK mess the ' Favorite Prescription two weeks, I rode in a wncon ten dure the least jar, could walk but a very few steps at a time, and lators anil boards of health on account miles; my neighbors were all surprised to 6ce me up nnd froinjr could stay up only nbout thirty minutes at a time. Xow she not only sits up almost the entire day, but can walk around, call on about and helping to do my housework, after uoctorliifr of its freedom from dangerous opiates nnd three blocks nway, and thirteen told my husband could get injurious with tho last ono of the boHt phynleians wenever bo ablo her neighbors, twoall. When we consider that she not feel any SEVEN STAGES and its prompt efficacy. The book is THEALL REQUIRE AT SOMEOF 3IAN had kept her effects at and that I would ACE to do my housework any more. I am thankful to my God that oeti tne greater part oi tne time ior tour-tee-n distributed in large cries by carriers TAYLORS CHEROKEE REMEDY of Sweel Gutn and Mullein, months, and would lose rcpcatti)y tho I wrote to you, for I had suffered from 'Female Weakness until and in small towns bydfuggists. When 8eo-faadvance sbo had mnde, her progess now seems I had almost given up in despair." marvelous. Wc had almost lost confidence is any difficulty in obtaining it, a there Mrs. F. E. Wilcox, FWeruIsftlp. 2V. TU writes: practitioners, and advertised remestamp sent to The Charles A. Vogeler five or ei.x years been badly troubled Terrible " For female weakness I had terriblo pains across I For Months. in medical have found in your Dr. Pierce's dies, but with and Company, will insure a copy by mail. Favorito Prescription ' nnd ' Pellets tho small of my back and pit of the stomach. properties needed, and which we believe 'will bring aboutthe Pain. Exchange. Thn. bottles of Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite Prescripcomplete and final recovery.' tion acted like a charm, and lured me com- plctcly, to m- great joy." O'BRIEN'S POINTS. H,GH EXPLOSIVES. Hie Mlldnes.of Dynlt, wlu.n comparrd WUh Sltro-Glyccrlne. SHOWING OFF. and vro WOMEN DIS-EAST.- S woman-functi- onal MEXIOAH m MUST AN GLimME3STT. n tun-uol- s to-da- y, .llu-cl- ra to l bald-heade- d jut LINIMENTS NirKr.L-n.ATE- D - nitro-glycerin- c. urify Tour Blood - 1 nitro-glycerin- con-tid- c. 1 V- -- Hood's Sarsaparilla Purifies tho Blood ysii k 'vtf I yr 140 WW Ih-- hi-- n nitro-glycerin- e, Hood's Sarsaparilla Dollar Frcr.c.ic-rttlc- te -t nitro-glrceri- - teADHH i ! blood-cleansin- nnti-bdiou- s auwa? R IL - physi-tan- s. 1 two-third-s Ilous-nes- s 1 1 DYSPEPSIA - 1 - i'I ST Druift.-I.ts- trea-me- Scrofula of Lungs. ; 1 m DR. RADWAY'S "-- - - Sarsaparillian Reso!vnf, broken-down m.' aJjirwi f yiSzi . TE Vbtt! fc r- C . M receitHBne 4 i. a . M iVnnd .M 9C7(-3-sC:- i- " ss . a . ri r.t - (MvMfilt. , XjOURinFiTS!g Bt 0 1 1 1 . .. , J Wheat-I.oiijrber- ry I vcr-war- e SPi inrri-asv Buok-kcfplnf- f. 1 S-- Tork i well-know- el PD -- n irTri t !:: CUffli ivanet-o..ii- i- 1 CoJie-nlUcr- 1 I Muu-;ittric- k, cat iTO IN-W- heat . "s Useless Doctors! . . GHAIN-Whcat-- No.2 Lard-lten- ned ilnnr-vnrr- door-yar- st - s Vice-Preside- ' rJZ f -Mi- Tho Kind of "TIpV "Which the Dead Mln-In- fr Magnate Gave IIU Friend. This is tho manner in which O'Brien, TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE. Many times women call upon their family physicians. on with dyspepsia, another with palpitation, another with backache, or g nervousness, another with pain hero and there, and in this way they all present alike to themselves aud their and indifferent doctor, separate and distinct diseases, for which he prescribes tils pills and potions, assuming them to be such, when, in reality, they re ail symptoms caused by some uterine disorder. While the physician is ignorant of the causo of suffering he encourages his practice until largo bills are made, when tho suffering patient is no better, but probably worse for the delay, trcnttuent, nnd other complications: made. A proer medicine directed to the causo would perhaps have entirely removed the disease, thereby instituting comfort instead ot proiongeu misery. Mrs. E. F. Morgan, of .lYciretMl'f, .Lincoln Co., Maine, says: "Five years ago I was a dreadful "Do Fcmalo Weakness" Cared. Mrs. SAitAn sufferer from uteri no troubles. Having exA. Lovur.Y, Greenfield, Adair Co- - Ioica, writes: DOCTORS physicians. was hausted the skill of 1L V. PinitCE. M. D. Dear Sir "Hnvino- - been ill Likewise." pletely discouraged, three eo weak I Icould comwith and having tried In vain almost nnd Fail a number of years,remedy, as well as having paid diffimiltv er the room alone. I lieiran taklnc; every advertised local treatnearly n hundred dolkirs to our lncnl nhmicians. Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite Prescription' and using the ment recommended in his 'Common Sense Medical Adviser. without bcnellt, I was finally Induced to consult you. You advised me to send for your medicines I accordingly sent for your I commenced to improve at once. In three months I wns cured, and havo had no trouble since. I wrote nJetter to 'Medical Adviser,' six bottles of your 'Golden Medical Discovery. my family paper, briefly mentioning how my health had been six or your ' Favorite Prescription.' and six vials of your ' Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' When I flrst began using these I could not restored, and offering to send the full particulars to anyone writstand on my feet. In ninety days I could walk a mile, and do ing mo for them, and inclosing a stamped envelope for rcplu. havo received over four hundred letters. In reply, I bave delight housework; whiUt In six months I was completely cured, scribed my case and the treatment used, and have earnestly and my health has rcmnined perfect ever since. I recommend advised them to 'do likewise.' From a great many I havo, reyou and your medicines wherever I go and loan your "Adceived second letters of thanks, stating that they had commenced viser to my friends. Two of our most prominent physicians who havo read your great work "The People's Common Sense the use of 'Favorite Prescription, had sent the $1.50 required for the 'Medical Adviser,' and had applied tho local treatment so fully Medical Adviser." pronounce it the best family doctor book they and plainly laid down therein, and were much better already." havo ever seen." easy-goin- Vl.'l'n.nrn!' !',ilrF wic-HathOiannV' y. lf the dead mining magnate, is said to hav. given a point to an old fricmd: "O'Brien, I bear they have struck it in Con. Virginia. If so, J'd like to get a little." "O, pshaw! No such thing. Don't touch it!" The old friend wertf immediately and bought all the Con. Virginia ho could carry. Fortunately the. stock advanced rapidly, and ho commenced to think about selling. He called upon O'Brien again, and the following interview took place: Old Friend (lood morning, O'Brien. I sec Con. Virginia is advancing. There are rumors on the streets of a rich find. Had I better take in a little? Too bad I didn't have some a few days ago! on LunR nd Hrunctilal troubles, of (!rrt ltrltaln. recommends Mullein hj preferable to Cod L vcr Oil !a Cooiamrv tlnn. fiitm from n tire of the fame name crowThe ing In the South, combined with a tea made from the Mullein plant of tliniUI field. For .il by all Uruc-glat 2."i cents and SI OO per bottle jihj-tcl- Dr. QutlHan. Tin STAOK-COXStlMPTI- " ON. the le.idlns Set per-fect- lu WAJ1'Elt A. TATLOIt, Atlanta, On. HENDERSON'S $2.50 A PAIR Goat and Kid Button. The Tintvernl favor with which oar TLAHIES the FOlc)haa GOAT HUTTO-- (Stamped been received. ha. Induced us to make one of Kide now beln made In large (juantl-tialso. Thene ahoei are and are for ale In nearly every town In the West. We puaranteo them, superior In quality and workmanship to any offered to the public. They are alltclicd with the , bent I1W. hae aolld sole leather and are madeon four width. count! a and Inner-solePlease remember. Goat will always outwear Kid. TRY TBEit. Foraalebyalldealcra. Ot ot Jab aad-Andagg- IadwuaWiv-mag- h (alms Koqueeash Oret-Jagh- ); 1." 'T majrJ jEditerSo we do. . 'Badjy, Aa Ancient Puck. what curious thing is this?" w tne same tnbe: imm "That'... -- oln.lopk. old bov." ,, l .'"K, ann imoycungh and ' 'jOghjWhat a? sharp knife must have PernoTapjaghaiiefs of U.eShawonnati; boon uiiei't h.-Nation: Ahookassonvh I don't knoir. That one was lifted Kmperor; Wrenhmjonglt; Cheequittach bjrakev;"-- Takjewsan and WoatuirTenn he Ind'ans "about the northern part Key! aXtsero-ke- What kind ot a Key.' "A Philadelphia Gill. e "3jft.'I'aJR,Xp Pottomock." The parUes ! a Jd the. agreement .made mutual presents i.t T,.ior2al Item. to each other, the Indians giving five par- toofBkhi8 aniliUIamPenn, prwentlnir "Pa, is aa English 'shilling so sharp that them with 'wiTrra! J English' goods and it will cat?" ercflndies." "What'loolishnees, Tommy." Afl tftVateH of tllpfll rlnrnmnnt. ,!.. : WeII,-- I - uvuiku :; "e'l' ma paper.;ol a iuvu mure iimes we . t. n heard. citing ..rf u: !...:.. n.kft n MIT ttoM of the Indiaoi can be ea miJ?TeXtul Sittings. Si ..VJ-..W.J- Chieta-- l'nn Kevlved. J 1 V . . I '. -- . r t. L- "aiiw SI - .' , 4 ago at Crab Orchard. Joii.v'W. BitEATiiiTr threw a snowball at Wilbur Wilson nt Hopkinsville, tbe other day, and in return the latter fatally shot board." Ever afterward, when speaking of Breathitt in the abdomen with a target gun. The young men were good friends, the lucky turn in Con. Virginia, he and it'is claimed that the shooting was never fafled to give his friend O'Brien accidental. Both are of prominent fami- due credit for putting him in the way of making a fortune; and when, on belies. Samuel E. Thompson', of wealthy rela- ing consulted as to the prospect of any tionship nt Padueah, was knocked down particular mine, took great pleasure atuHatally injured by a la New always in saying that he bothered himself very little about it, as he "always York City. gets his points from Air. O'Brien." KiciiAKD Bakkow, a Louisville drummer, has been found guilty of abducting a wo- Sacramento Record-Unioman at Shreveport, La. The offense is The Roman youth used to greaso punishable by confinemsnt in the State prison for not more than five yeais. their faces with oil fmt the lamps to make tho mustache ana. bara crow. bar-teudn. O'Brien Yes, it was unfortunate; but you sec I did not know what they weii. doing there at that time. Yes, you had better buy what you can. I think it will go higher. Tho old friend loses no time in getting to his broker andorderinghisCon. Virginia sold immediately "street or A Thousand Thanks. C ST. HEXDEnSOX fc CO., Chicago. tW"Vc are the proprietors and Kile manufacturer the i'amom Ked bchool House Shoes for Bora aad Girls, bend for a set of our Fancy bchool Cards. THE SILVER QUEkJTIOX. for tho relief that your valuable medicines, the ' Favorito Prescription ' and ' Pellets ' havo given me. I am perfectly cured of n chronic sickness that had troubled me for years. How my heart Is overflowed with joy and grntitudo towards you, my tongue can never express." LoelqporU N. Mrs. V. H. had " All Run suffered for rEnntso:r, of from "femaleYweak-nnss- ." three years was BTcatlr emaciated nnd " nil run dawn " llnUf U " I iw she expressed it, and Dr. Pierce's " Favorite UUHIt. I Prescription " and "Golden Medical Dlscovcrv" promptly cured her, as they have thousands of cases. similar Mrs. oAROi.nn: Bttus, corner Dufce ann"".rir(nZ Streets, Halifax, A. 6', writes: Dr. If, V. PmnCE, I thank God. and thank you a thousand times, Sirs. IlENivr Pattzrso?. of iCrw Tbrfc City, writes: "I had been under an eminent physician's care for eight montlis for what no, called 'spinal disease. I became worse during all this time, when, chancing to sec n copy of Dr. Pierco's Medical Adviser nt the resideneo' of a friend, I read that part devoted to 'Woman and her Diseases. I soon became convinced that my disease was a uterine affection, which, as you say, caused sympathetic backache, inward fever, nervousness, and general debility. I commenced the use of Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Sledlcal Discovery.' applying ako tho local treatment which he recommends In tho Adviser, and In three months I was well and strong." Doctor's Mistake. Congress Is cnxr considering coinage, but If It wuuld sate lives would recommend DIE. WX. More lives haTe been saved with It than were loit durlnztb.elatewar.anl for Colds. Congas and Consumption no medicine stand the test better than HALL'8 BALSAM FOB THE LC.VOS. EH. trM. IIAX1VS BALSAM. s, general housekeepers and overworked women "run-downdebilitated school teacher, milliners, For " worn-outgenerally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best of all restorative tonics. but admirably minus a singleness or purpose. Being Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is not a "Cure-all-," to women. all those Not a I a most potent Specitlc for tonic ana Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar r","'""v,,r'0'-''- It is a powerful. " general as weii as uwrnue, """ nervine. ana uuytuu It promptly cures nausea and weakness of stomach. Indigestion, bloating, eructations of gas, nervous pros"Cure-all- ". tration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex. "Favorite Prescription " is sold by druggists under uur post, tiro iriiaraiitoe. For conditions, sec wraDoer around bottle. Price Kedticed Io ?1.00 per Uottle ," ." dress-maker" or Six Bottles for wood-cut- $5.00. FRENCM DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. Xew meliiod of dcconulns Silks. Satin. Vases, riaanes. Lam, shales, etc Can not be detected from EiaUy appltod. 6end for price-lis- t Adviser," which over fifty pages EVERY IN VALID LADY ehould send tothoThe People's Common Sense Mejlicalto women. InIllustrated with numerdiseases peculiar .jo,,,, for" consideration of for $1.50. A large pamphlet, treatiso on Diseates ot s ous nnd colored plates. It will be sent, to any address Women, profusely illustrated with colored plates and numerous wood-cu- r s, will bo sent for ten cents in postage stamps. Addrew, WOBLaVf MJMSNSAKY XMCAL MMfClMT191t, No. 3 Mala Street, crFAI.f). N. T. post-paid, D4XBildlrectloajrn6rFMA.X 1M XsUa ltrU ClnnlwsHI. BHOjj.. OUm. IP ' Up' - i . A t, eA?i ???zs?3$r!$ ufr?l .."M'iJSPWswS!. 55?73SSK3 F iZ s v i 3ni Trsr" 9 Cite-,.,k.- . ' S m a Persons who contemplate leav BILL ARP. LOCAL ing Southern Kentucky to hunt homes ill Kansas should icail tho The Legislature is to be a sir- following item from a late number What He Has to Say About the ed to give Fulton county another of the Kvansville Journal, Business. Vote On thO rond tax law. gentleman just in from Ness City, Bill Arp writes as follows in the We can sell yon furniture Cheaper than Kansas, says that when he left Atlanta Constitution : 1 believe any firm ever offered it before in Hirkriian there the last ton of coal in the that if it was not for the locof Irery ciWorrler is Rurrrise! at ouf low town had been sold for 532. There money we would have a right good (rices, and goes away pleaded and happy. were but three fires going in the world. I mean, of course, the in- Stephens & MAiwEi.u town. That there is much suti'ei nrlin:ltR lflVl nf Ilirilif tlmt. Quite a number of new build mg in the smaller vilages on the ' tn of the seven devils ingsareto be commenced in Hick- plains cannot be uouuteu, owing possess mankind. It is a grow-tman as soon as the weather1 pert he long blockade and the in- - n,g evil and threatens the public mits. ability of the people to get eoal. security. It is silenth and surely ....:,.,. nm ah mj uc :.....i.i tu ...LUC nennie uciionii eniinjiy unon l.mni inirminrp iv nm pniinnnn .j.... i , o us. .. xi.ii i su.pmeni, must como forward and settle l,, roa!!s, u, exneet such ana ot The good people of the South had , a lon' i.m.L-m-l tiw.ir faith um1 not course r blockade." The rieen snows mid A.. nml tho imrit-t ti. present administration. The pubCounty candidates are slow ii.il and temnorarv in this laiitudn ;,. ,.i, ..i.... tn ti.. -- ;.,!. t - i : .' i. i.. uuiiiui" uiu. nciuuiv utr ;i ni'Mire ot veariv occurrence in lvan- i'."".. """ em, be-respect in , Indians weie to of the crop of them when the w inn sun sas. New Era. ed, woman was to be protected shine comes. from the :uotll!"l1i' pohgamy of Mnst"i:e"i7er ( jgc rir"m hi tfJniTnn tirfiMhrwrr NEWS. ACardol ThaUks. We desire to express through vnin- - cnluimi our thanks tO OUT neighbors and numerous friends for the kind and r mnathetic man- -' ': .. Itfl.. EDITOK : OITY'JTEilS. Cimnsent Location. Inr-bcr.h- as ANNOUNCEMENTS. 4 9;4.pK 3 Pan-Electr- ic ", ehp . i, fitted. u?ce!.-. an, ne ik iitrii"ui l0r 'til his old. and as lilll iimiuuuiiai cojmoNWEAirn's attorney. cu'toineM ' IKSlll u to C.lll. for for the zealous manner in WhlCll manv new. only We are authorized to announce CIIAS. (Kodoon below In former thev administered to our many Hemember, liL-II. THOMAS, of McCricken county as a j:uiS-;J- t manner wo hop. wants. In a special r candidate for lo the otbre of i ...... in nvi .... in - i n. ijw.'jiii ji iwi ni ... ...... phh s.. .......--,. iue i .l m ni r is Commonwealth's Attorney fortius Judicial ""- now localul " Moore & Landrum's drug District. Election in August, 1S6. Alexander and IlUiiliy me tude of our hearts for their timeh tore. His Imjami reliability has been located here permanently FOR COUNTY JUDGE. aid. and . the kind and hospitable proven, ami iiini-uti'iWe are authorized to announce J to,",iU",.w,u,"U6W,1,Ml'. '' which thev otieuet: office of tlmii-!...." the ntison of their home, ami Watci, mker has NAYLOlt, a. a candidate for the County Judge of Fulton county. Election l'1rm-1vnnf..u,vu,n tIoir uiitirins efforts to uitii'ipate established a reputation as a ikil'ful in August next. secoud lo no one in his ,c, and minister to our eyr want. whom l,ela, cJo1(j uorJv .jj ,.j, i Hieir kindness will always be dence for reliability. KOP COUNTY ATTORNEY. . his I i.- Call at Moore & treasured as a green spot m mem- La n J rum's. We are authorized to announce Judge ory, and will eer be to us as the n. S. M URKELL, as a candidate for the . silver lining to the stonn-eloudRurlingame, is loca office of County Attorney, at the ensuing TUP Persons in need of Heavy Boots, Blankets, Heavy Clothing, FlanneJs; Wo aKo deoiro to express our led permanently iaJlicKman; and if he niij'ust election. Beautify your home, by buying some of Qlii U'e. C0."rtS &c, will find it to their interest to call at is always at home to prompt and mi nxes your J J Atkins, Cbiet of Police, Ivnoxvine,,M0,I"?",Mn' that loTely Furniture of ct'JlS0 ,,,e,r Oppressions gratitude for tho i he reliability of his work. Tpim, writes: ''My familv and 1 are wcr0 prove CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. STEruEss & Maxwell. N e thought tiring eflorts of Drs. Carey, Miles beneficiaries cf Tour most excellent medi.! lllon our people. We arc an homed lo announce T. M. e and Norton, to alleviato our suflliukliiN Arnica Nnl e. Petitions protesting aaainst cine, lit. mugs iiew ifipcovery i or con wo nan nouie men io represent ferings. THE BK3TSLVF.in t,o world for Cits, FHKNCI1. as a candidate for re election to gumption; hiving found it to be all thai us, men as noble as the standard-beareithe repeal of tho Geological Brui-eSores IJlcers, Silt Ithcum, Fever theotliceof Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton M Rati. E. for it. Cleveland and Hendricks, j pouring in to the General you claim friends desire to Ictify to iM vir Soi , Tetter. Chapped Hands, ChUdain, couuly. Election in Augu-- t, 1S8G. Mtjs. M. V. Mil.es. to whom l nave recom Having bought very extensively in the fall, we have a few of thos tne. Mv Assembly. and now we are told that Garland' r.irns nnd all Skin Eruptions and posi . mended it, praise it at every opportunity.' vc tnerelore solicit your JoBDAN, Kv., Feb. 13, lrih'J. goods to close out at greany renuced prices. ' COUNTY COURT CLERK. lively cures l'ileji0r no pav rc,jire,i. it and Lamar and Jon1 Johnston and j Dr King's Xew DUcoverv for Consump Call at the lowet priced Furniture liotke inspection belore buying elsewhere. i guaranteed to. give perfect satisfaction, We are authorized to announce W. p tion is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Vest and some others are mixed' in America, and buy youielf rich. We note with pleasure, that to Very rcspecUiillyj TAYLOR, acaudldite at STeriiL.s& Maxwell. Bronchitis, Asthma. Croup and every af up in a L'aniianuie electricity ti .... the Grand Sale Alexander V Mux- - or money refunded. Price 2" cents per theothce of:lsCounty Court for Cler of Fulton fectton of Tl roat. Client and Lungs. Trial wt l.x KorSaleatMOOUEi LNUHITMS n li..ll" . 1. .ill t. l.iili ."VfnrshnJI coiint.V has 110 cancounty. Election 111 August, 18S6. Bottles free at Moon? it Iindrum' Dru Mnmei-eniito cost nolhin- - but of- - W'H ,,aVt '"a.igurated, by offeringI didates for the different county Store Large Sire Sl.W. on their Clothing, Overc-mitfifial iiitSnence. Well. I dnn't FOR SHERIFF. offices. There are twenty candiT'Tiaw Mr. Chas. 15. Kingman is an-- J know the true inwardness of this Heavy Hoots at Cost, has met with We are authorized to announce W. A. dates forjailer. I'artie- success. e iintiiwnii thie rnoir .., .. o'ltifiiiLitp!. curious business, , but 1 havoiiad unnarallelled . in the SHUCK, a.s a candidate for ........ ..... ...V nci V.... ....- to Letter are sett to any There Is no excue, for rich or poir, to irood-would do well to United States t two cents each ounce; the office of SherifT of Fulton county. deny themselves the comforta and luxuries for School Superintendent. He ioth sides and am not relieved needinir ' drop letters on(cent. Under thin head Election in August next. Mr. Garland tefused to waste his patronize them. of medium or tine Furniture, at the prices has proven himself ono of the thing wholly or partly written. auj Which Stephens s Maxwell are ollenn it most popular teachers we over time, on state dinners and high FOR JAILER. and had in Hickman, is ,a young man ceremonials,..r.r..r-,- I admired him, ITEXDRirKS, McClellan, HanFrank James, the retired Mis . ,, quainitMi ." euucauun li. -- ....,.,.. - -- in. ..r...f .....t. cock and Seymour giant oaks Newspapers snvsrArERS. exclusively in We are authorized to announce THOS. ,.., . I l periodical, .!.... uy y ..":'": ;l7 '::?. souri bandit, has left that State ironRni.j print, mailed Ij publishers, ono cent a V. WALLACb, as a candidate for mn.o m a in tho Democratic forest have luil-e- pound. to the office of Jailer of Fulton counand taken up his resideuco at ami e.Npciience, ami win iikikc j ored " him, but they accent a half Smierinteiidpnt. We ty. Election in August next. tn almost stattliug succession, Milan, Temi. WOKS, "etc. cordially commend him to the vo- million of stock lrom the Rogers within tho past few mouths. It We are authorized to announce GEORGE Books, circular, and other matter wholfamily. ters of the county. is a matter of remark that not in ly in print, onecetu for each two ounces L CAUTENTEU, as a fendidatc for the YOU CAN BUY office of Jailer of Fulton county. Electhe history of American politics or fraction thereof. Mens Arctic Oveishoes at $1.23 ?1: iJoi ilmi'rt ISiEI. An Old Citizen .Speaks. tion in August next. have so manv prominent leaders MERCHANDISE. pf " " " 1.00 Mr J. M. Norris, an old resident Ladies Mr. Moi risen introduced his of any political party been gatherRome. Ga , saxs that he had been badly All other matter, merchandise. &c, one " ' Misses " 3 troubled with Kidney Complaint for a long talked of tariit bill Momla. ed to FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. their fathers within so brief cent an ounce of fraction thereof. 4t c,n IfFltlt Childreus " " ffir The bill, it is said, will effect a tfli milll VlJ nnd it, We are authorized to announce W, B. ( .H,un 4tl! 4.i a space and in such swift succesJ?rom IU0 lowest price house 111 'three years; at times could scarcely walk of twenty million dollars sion. GOUC, as a candidate for the olfice of AsGroceries and had tried many remedies without b:n the revenues from custom, as com America, sessor of Fulton county. Election in Autaking Electric Bitters pared with tho revenues of last than the Lowes gust next. & MAXWELL. efit- - until ho S ALEXANDER 25cts Lower and anoin'ing his hands nd feet with year. When a young and beautiful The greatest reduction on have no clerk expsnsss no store reu We arc Eeserved Seats for thn slimn "ucklen's Arnica . Salve. r This treatment sinv one ;iriieii is- in- inn f"ii or but noor girl marries a rich old land pay cash for all my Groceries, and COOPER,authorized to announce J. O. A. i as a candidate for re election to i.. "" :iTif.riti11? , ... . rni.ai 1141itha ai ,mnmv .7 i. luni rrOF ..... are now for, sale :U Moore & ,, be that . 111. .11 .ill 1... - DII11OP .1 mn tm.il.lt ii. .1 ,n mail, it may sincerely,she loves him herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap the office of County Assessor. Election in sinn ,n; noun in ... r.ieciric lillienuo ll ,!.......? c but it is all at. Best brands of lttenbere nnd Lon Angut--t next. 1..11.,... trulv ami tituuio. uu ciui1. anu secure a rciJiumeii'isx 'u.v r- VUlliaiuio,- Ut "uo n ,.,., :.i. v..-- .. n.A i:.- Landrom uvm JIOV? Ji. t . it llllllllal IUII(UO 111 .1... imvii i IllV than the good seat. the world to an oranjre that t ar Flour, 23 cents cheaper WITTING.lo'v lilood Purifier. Sold bv Moore We are authorized to announce Q M. T. receipts The bill adds a number JOHN si e'll never repeat the experience AT MS SALMON, aH a candidate for the office of WIIEUE CAN I fcUY A SUl'rAI.E PltE-SEX. and Xollcc to TeacliPi-KRepresentative "Willis intro- of articles to tho free list tanlT ii she becomes a young widow, in August .election KEAKi VALUE? County Assessor. makes numerous changes in Through the urbanity of Capt. W. A Fulton Circuit Court. next. I3oston Shuck, I haTeeecured your fort perceut duced in the House n bill to per- rates throughout a long list of says a wise old man. Before deciding tins question we invite you to examine the beautH R. M. Bolinjer and Ilatlie Uolinger, mit the exhibition at the Louis- dutiable atucles. and am now ready to pav it out. - 1'Obt. Such a meaful and varied stock. on I'UIJLIO SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. ville Southern Exposition, in 1SSG. J. II. SAUXUEKS, Co. Sunt. property discuss-tePetition Exparte. nr nHip us trruii tlio We are authorized to announce UIIAS .itinn.il Alii ....... ...v ..uut.iiii j... isure can only be . , " i 1.1 deadly weapon n.i in detail, in order to show how Senator Busn's K' t (!.--To all whom it may concern He it B KIXCiMAN, as a candidate for the. of 01 me winter sucm and other bureaus of the uacKuono A II u , hool Sujierintendent of nicui..i nib 1 nrinn. ii.l.nn. .I." ,.C mi; imim. um li.u M'lCCUll tn.w.vyi."w.tt S'lll. is uroicen say tne weather proph villi i iiiuiriiL. Liu: n nut' til I ill.l.l in '. .tlin iiuiiiuo iuii:i.aio ut t,t Luuir Kill mi' prohibits 0tllC Sale 111wi... known thnl on lhf 2ml dnv of Kphrnnrr Rue of l'uhlic Election in August next. . t . . ... r tllO I88G. the.nhnr sUUd Detilioners filP.l in Fullon county. II.kJ..T1.Tl..i Hie It 1II.rllllll.. r..-- .IX.I1 ..ets, lid's MUH aim see tielore, ..vnenso nf tlm ..., Kvunsitinn Pnin. e "'"" "? & Dei?ow's old stand, has an endless variety of State of SUCll we.iJ.O.i.S under pret- -' the Circuit Clerk's ufiicn of this county,) comnromiiii we take on our winter wraps. arc authorized to announce Prof. at new store, Fuqua . i .. ,i- i pUliy. i 21. iir mi, ....i.i. lv severe iicii:ilti. Tll .iml If insillrt n ' their petition prarinc that the sid Hut JAMES II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate xsookh anu rancy ounionuiy, xj upuicries ui an siyies anu Iinish, x ens; frm lo the oflice of County Pencils, Port-folio- s, for Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards &ct &c.t MY NEW STAND. Two PLAYS-B- i!ly Doo the a.a other meagre favored by law it will arcomplUI, xery Httlo Election in School Superintendent. ' uu uvnvw in ...o.. -- ..v.. in endless variety. uu ti- - Kmi. own benefit, any properly she may and Toys VTt ,ln,ir t lw. fi. ,..i...t .i. .1, fiimuiplOU J5III I'OStCr, and the "V'nuui.us next. interests oi tins co.uurj P'ms can senti to otner Elates lor own or acquire free from the claim or keep constantly, MEair MEALS, .vc, &c. "Dentist's Clerk," or, pulling teeth claims of her husband, 10 make contacts, them. teoiu j.w. iiuuEKS. i t).v steam, at uitv lla I. Wedues . .. . . ,1111. . Hue and be sued, to plead am he impleadil;iv I5IHIJ l'lllltl 1 WW. MJI.4,. ed, to acquire, to hoi 1, to enjoy, lo disPadueiib, is undergoing b. '.. '"O ""1 Krun tlic t j u it-- lurpil pose of, and io every way to ti9e ihe same 1886 ' 1836 THE Temperance revival, under the rn this issue will be found the .Mclvin and .Millard Butlei, the How Alplionsc K:rr Ileciimc a Jonrthough she were an unmarried woman. O ASOBOlXOr leauerbhip of Col. Chevtuud Mr. aiinouucement of .1. O. A. Cooper, bto'lwrs supposed to ha e murderiisii.st. Giten under my hand a9 Clerk ot Fulton LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. Lou. J.Beauchamp. for Tho enutrilmtorj to tbo Fhjnro had Circuit Court, this, February 3, 1SR6. to the ofttce of ed Bichaid .M. Grant in Ma field, MS MNI or 1. M KKCXCII, Clerk. the euitvr had We believe ho Ky., are still in custody. Mel in JcmaudiHl imire -Monopollea, OUgarchlun, nntl the iiniibiD Rovorsihin Count! Assessor. nriMUKii-itai- U' . At niid the suR was n Ktnk-Spirit ofSoctlono! Strife. j ccissui, Two cur in One, iiwiioH- -' ,,SIS made a good ofticer, is very 's hcl I for the murder of John u.ou:.u. sen oil arpe Hers, S()iii ateei. u.d iiopiilur, and in fact has alwa s Macoy, and tho additional crime tlint time writftrt f tli' Inchest onh r Xollee. of o fnuic n "'1 Tho IIenrt WArttit'OX Ed ivickel I'lated. .Mr c I J. kingiu.m has been invincible at the poll. The laid to his door seems to trouble were paid nt the rat , l th to the firm of Don. cWnoIedgil Rcpreientt-t- i at man, ar !es than ntoii a Into, and purciiKped .he exclusive uir it to sell lhc-- e I please come forward Nenspaper , ot the South, ia Democratic ia man wiio beats lum this tunc will him but little. A search has been tlioy btmek ail iiiiTi'a.vj Um, nnd all th" time if tor a politu , nnil C'.ml and fcciiteors. fr vaaThe first Liy fofthe2 I. em. make settlement. loiieJ un th reduction cl the War Taxes made for the body of Grant, and francs probably be the Assessor. cuhuun. rop.a by tlie Uritt now iu force ij store Alexander Kchiuikijui mul r the iciuitv of Mavlieltl has been fctricve IJoh-iiThe Kentucky Legislature! Tho Veekly Courier-Journa- l The scandal published against thoroughly hunted over. Xo trace rxvte tin, '.vUole pap r Ivtv.eeii tlnm, i1, NT & DREWKY. threatens to adjourn on the 26th,! l veoVIy newfpsrtr rmUIihei In the th lliey huntod among the outBoles, now being invcs-io- f the body has as yet been dis- side rnutr1l.ntit.1i1R put aMvte for jxwsiiile 12, ISSj. L'mtP.1 Mil", arifl for Iho qiiantily ami quality the constitutional limit W) dajs. Senator oy a of metier that ap;x-ain wirh isn of It. It i ot the covered. tigateo committee Customers lo buy the remainder of our Fall and "Vinter stock of Of course it won't do it. upon .Al cniiMderahtt), am, tho t HEirEtT news fatilhifa i Kentucky Legislature, from the Circumstantial eidence of a Knrr'h, tilled the or comuiffthem. The A any with lLLING house for oufln.s t other parwr, an.I it lias the Mnricrs of tho writers and f orrni nndents In the Don't fail to see Ed. Iloehu's witnesses testifying, appears nt- - very con viucin; chaiacterhasbeen dicription of tlm way hi which politic d contitry. It i.rnt. th news ot the neek from -y v. as evident h tetiy groundless. But, somehow found which seems to lasteu the nrticlrtj were nmu.if.i.-tuieSALE, rtion f the World. It Kites to lis rradfra Star Comei'v Coiitpaii", nt City th thr i iir.:mn'-n- and popular (. Hall, next Wednesday night, Feb- - the people have lost confidence responsibility of (1 rant's dis.ip- - imt oercliargeil. IJohun atid lloquep-la- With all conveniences Also, a'l chinH Mid ulicut Slorles ly prfntrr tnnralxr of Serial ihjrt cont:itly urpreil J I. Ivnir to iay and accounts due J. AV. Corman &. Co m committee investigations. writer than any of thn mRMii.. upon the Butlers. peaianco ruarj- 24th U a It rcj-c- t Political and Famllj Chief of Police Whallen is in more nit. ati- n iHtlitifi, and one day Apply to Paper. plcnti-- , Money is getting mure dec23-3T. R. MtMAIIAN. Sce Edward A. Uurlinga line m correspondence with the author- - they applauded him for an iHusion to th Tho "Weekly Courier-Joum- tl has by habits of bo:u rdiuiiUr. ' in . I 'Vti till-- l.llliiei ia IUI IICICIIUUUIH. )..itlJ!tJK fsr the JjarRost Circulation cf any Demtrriin t jii-- t u....p.l.l I.... I Yon seo," said Nestor, "I told ou it Newspaper In America. ocratic gets his corn money, an.lp'its it Clerk. IU.-City ed of any "recent developments in was uivsy dough." ''But," rt plied ZSL. a 1:lttlci, It Ij arknonlr.l?fd br pres and jvop rn circulation it makes all the sur-- ( u,, vcdn-esdathruiihoiit the I nilnl Staler to be K,rm' night. Feb. 21th. the case' nlnnit such Karr, "I know notliui In roundings lighter and b.hter. If r; prfjtgnatBin ,HRrent in entirpriso; great ; In in Cirrrrti iw of informa-tliGeorge Knapp, to whom Mill.ird thiiigB as tliew. It was 111 the cohunes , In vard ty , grt in erery aenno -i- iicaicciiiiS iiiiiiuui ju.ji. Hut er made a nana confess on of tho Figaro that I first read of this a of tl o fift ItIsAjap"r thit treryboJythouM ord i")avis, a respected Mr. Robert of drink." II. Kirby was entered Monduy 0f something he did in Maylield. lUinist r'stmliappy fondness ltoquepkin, To le without opportunity hr. Thuse wlio unco It nItgn4tnot willing tc " Do yo.i biipKfeO," said citizen of Pierce .Station, lenn. tnko are ' be without it in their homes 'Uiat your cidleaRiics know anything died Sunday morning, aged about o"';-- ... We will give"good bargains in alljlincs'to'make'room for our" Spring I m"lll XT'"K! i. iB ij.iiiieiiu sireei uy uiiicers uonii- - more nlxnit such things th 111 you do? As FREE PREMIUMS. of stock. The goodsmust be sold and will be put low enough so any one xox54 years. He was a prominent ...0 ..... ..I ..... ... n. . . . .....Hn iiiu.iii mum iiiui.iiii; u.i Tl..1.111.lit of handMiine and uwful prrnilnnn . seranu Kenchau. Ileisau impor- to this dts.uttr.nn piop.'iiMty, I don't seo variety arc oftrrrd free to yiarly fuliicrib-titobacco dealer and ending Cltl- - neic bank. can buy and be satisfied in prices and quality. river Uo receipt of a n.nt for them, we uhvYon shouldn't have invented it an nJ tant witness against them, but zeu. free ct charne a tarai Io cupy of U rckly : af;"":krli,yr u iH rtll,ly Afteran rI cnie of nearly four weeks, our full and ofour l'mniumtoSupplcnunt, gitin; when a Courier-Journa- l reporter See Ed. IToeliu in his act of tnll.-o- l auy adJreis. list premium1, Circuit Court convenes next tnl.imiMtUn.ri.l .,,,1. IIOl llW. .'iuub: would pei 11. jvj.h, am i4i biiu vv;ik&ici .tuw vs haps, bo astounded. "Well, it SUBSCSIPTION TEItUS. Monday. There is not much new "Billy Doo." His comic pictures ico stationiiiiii last night he denied comg too far to assort positively that it Weeklr, one yror, Inrhidlrg a free prebusiness 011 the docket, but there and advertisements will make you known anythiug more than has i, not true--, all that ii quite certain is .. .. ...... 310 mium Weekly, to clubs of At and over, wlUiOQt are several important cases which smile for a week. City Hall, ne.t already been published. that we know nothing about it" Sat. ...... . . 1 10 prruiium, rach... er every club of fite names sent u at one lime. if tried, will consume tho whole! Wednesday night, Feb. 21th urday Jicvieto tha sender cl club win ba sent as a present any of tho Court's allotted time. FEDERAL AID one ol our tree premium selected by hln. City Hall, Wednesday night. D.iil, (rxcrpt biimJay), one jrar ..$I0 CO PAY UP! Daily. ixcpt Sunday), six ciontli. b 00 The railroad will change gauge and ready to receive and execute work in Mj Daily, lexcrpt Sundny), one month Soiii'V f.Pts the underdned figto Nashville, and from Nashville All ncrsons indebted to to call and settle T!:' Xrtli S'tie Joiul bchnol 2.00 . Snnd ij, on xear.. my line, promptly and at reasonable In 3Iciuori:ti. Cilic "un.iay, ix raontbi ..........-- . ........ 1.00 ' Kespcctfully, to Chattanooga on tho 31st 0f, are respectfully requested Miuiciem. Dloncy. At 4 o'clock and 20 minutes p jr , on ures. N'o traveling agents aro employed by the up. a worn to tne '.vise h Louisnlle Vuit May. After that date trains will (he 7th insi., the spirit of our little U illi E. A. HURMNGAME. but a good local agent wanted J W. ROGERS. febl2 whom in vtery SBAliBB IJT The South has been taxed for Forrest, left the body for its home in the ZSVAt Moore & Landrum's Drug Store- - for It commie loncommunity,rd. to If the a liberal run through to Hickman, without tath is allow He wa.. horn unto his has no local agent in your neighbor transfer at Martin. Prof. James TL Saunders is years to pay pensions to soldiers great world beyond .Mrs. M. V. McConnell, noud, send to us for our Agent's Containing piroits. W. M Cost," for re- - nearly all of which fund was dis- Jul 24th, ISfe'O,and the town of BreckinAll Outfit, which we send free of charge 'Save Wif7 lintprs should take announced as a candidate in order-- , outfit, tatuple By County .o.,;..r,i 'ii. KJV.fc Snnntrt lms ' election to ...... office of TT- - l...r.. tributed exclusively iu the North. ridge, Siepbens county, Teins, and at death withcoming up and settlingbeyour accounts :opic, etc., should requents for to bo addretM.-S(ia v...... .... l .. I. . Va... the llUIUlllnl required to 1111 ..lAlllinilT us oreUcyoti wdl An educational bill has been a aijed 5 ycirn, G months and 13 days. W. N. HALDEMAN, nncmiil thn laitr iiiilw'tiiinr !." InRllOR OCI1UUI OH IIC1 III Itll Vltlll. av IITI jiaoomi niu i . iiiuiv.i.i.p w ...w...w. made a competent, vigilant anu pending iu Congress pro iding for His deae was mcaslrs. settle with an officer. riii.d.it CosrUr Joirsil Co., on all such connoted before a ITAUT BROS. & CO. LOUISVILLE, KT. and 20 minutes v. at, on the appropriation of a part of the , At l cer- faithful officer, and if ., Magistrate, and the Ilouse is &h we, nh kind fnenda, de- PATENT efficient surplus revenue to the various will no doubt continue his of tain to pass it. States for eductlOlial purpose. It P'iriiieu his remains in the ''great houseIhe schools. work in behalf of the he dcd." the city cemeterv, acro-- s Quint Salmon is announced .Uceical Snpporff IS proposed to distribute the fund Trinity rier. just north of the city of iu this issue for County Assessor. Since November the total ill proportion to illiteracy which Fort Worth. And now while hia remains MEDICINES! "nTQ There is not a cleverer man in number of lioirs handled by would crivo bv far the irreafer nnr. cro-,- droved ill's river, his Fpiru nas '(? another river, ia now safe with the the county, is competent and con- Western pad :ers foot up Jtq tion of it to the South. Kentucky Hancl'flcd who have gone bescientious, and if elected will 5,795,000. This is 5.000 more thau rniiiil ppmni'n .......j 111III011S OI forc ,,g ad blessed with hi onlv brotli iivnii parents, we. .A.:Nn make a good officer. A.N-Xcr Winfrev. anil our onlv remaining child. the total for the corresponding llOllarS. There are however SOinC 8liall0W weep to know that our little boy is cone, IjVSMasssssssasss9BiniaiBsssSsB:$'b mistaking but that week last year. Louisville handThere is no wflMHBrBB9PEin x persons even in Jet w'e rejoice to know that he is?afe from and Short-sightethe sentiment of tho people Is on led 122,000 of this number. TOILET KRTICLES the South who object to a measuie ,,e care" of ,,e ,YorM aud is ippy io the Bide of the Governor ande which is not only of vital impor- Furious Floods. chI,d farcwell for the time, and Commissioners as against the New England States, Ma- tailCO to Olir people but IS a!t0 an though it is hard to give you up, ere long, on tho penitentiary quesThe &C. &c.t &c &c, &c, &c. will with tion. The Legislature has made a ssachusetts, Connecticut and New act Of equity. We Suffer more ga,e outstretched arm9 you papa, be at the to welcome brother. Hampshire, have been suffering from illiteracy than society docs Bnmdpapa, and amamma, terrible muddle of it. host of relati.es and in theNoHll where a Superior ed- a furious and AQEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: The PaducaU Standard de- the past week fromAll the streams ucationai RvstPin liss uecn estab- - ,0,erj of the redeemed who have been SQfPrescriptions filled t a"! hour, day or night. King night bell after 10 o'clock destructive flood. aml maile the blood of p. jr. mands an appropriation to pre- in those States have been over- lished With the proceeds Of tho wa,hcd who has said.whi,e i,y little children Christ, AITD vent loss to farmers from hog flowed, the flood exceeding any public lands. There are several to come unto me, for"Suffer is the of such the cholera to off-sPIIfENIX.of Hartford. Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, in Kentucky that do not'domof heaven." Sweet child, our dirling, known for G3 years, and millions cow appropriation, Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE CO.Ml'ANV OF NORTH AMERICA, U.t &c, contain a single school house or farewell. property have been destroyed. His Parents. IREl-iI-AJBIj- Ei which is being heartily seconded of floods are now subsiding, and single church. Crime are comAND THE The the papers iu Southern according to reports leaving in mitted because the people are Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 9, 18b0. by all Kentucky. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N, J. their wake an immense amount of allowed to grow up in ignorance ST. LOUIS MARKET. a Courier--and vice. The development of Col. Watterson, of the sickness. at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. tho State is retarded. einmicrnntK Wiievt. No. 2, offered t 91c ; bid 90c. Gffice, Journal, is lying dangerously Of the rivers tributary to the Hay Strictly prime, $11.50; mixed, ill at his Home in Louisville, and it Mississippi, nothing now in sight, shun large portion of it because j $10.50 ; fancy choice, is feared he will not recover. It is indicates a flood. The Cumber- tney can not, ctiucaio nieir cnu-dreCoux. White, 31oa35c. and civilization at a standLIVE STOCK. hoped, however, that these fears land has been flooded some, and a Cattle. Good steer-- SI 30 to ?4 50; are groundless, and that he may considerable rise in the Tonnes-see- , still or is retrograding. common, S3 S5 to $1.15; scalawag. $1.75 but both are now falling. The long be spared to the country. to $2.75; milch cows. $20 00 to $55.00; Sam Jiiiion EillOClllMl Out. Has a snlendid stock of the verj best makes of all kinds of Hardware rising, .but is Teal calves, tu.uu to $'J UU. Teachers' Meeting will Ohio has alsoas been down as CinA State Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Sam P. which are offered at ONE PRICE, and that the. very lowest the market low 'ui.us ii naii(w,i to year?, $.u.vu held at Frankfort, Saturday, again falling Mississippi is fulling JOllCS, tllC 0ailoeils.I, JHO CIOStB bo justifies. All goods guaranteed to De exactly as represents. SS0 ' February 27, the object of which cinnati. atThe Louis. The break- a lOIlg ami biiucirnsnu ouiiua ui $150.00 00:.1 to lGi hands. 4 to 7 rears. to $175 00. rapidly St. Horses Heavy draft, is the recommending to the Legis- ing of the at St. Louis meetings here this week, bus pub- good drivers, $80.00 to $120 00 to $140 $110.00; plugs lature of an fmproved comuftm destroyed several hundred thous- lished a card, announcing the pubBIG STOCK OF CHRISTMAS GdODS, $40 00. school system, looking among and dollars worth, of steamboat lication by a firm iu this city of $15.00 to Bmcbers and packers paying Hog. thAr thincrs to better pay for the property the Government fleet his sermons. In it ho says: from $3 50 to $4.50. KINDS OF LAAJPS, teachers and a higher standard of suffering to the value of about "Rhodes & McClure, of Chicago mental training. (the latter a preacher, I under$200,000, LUKE BLACKBURN. stand), have perpetrated tho boldThe bill appropriating 300,000 BOORS AND STATIONERY. day recently a Connecti- est robbery (on my wife and chilOne is This thoroughbred ZBOWXiXaTGh for the extension of the benefits cut woman placed a whole sqnash dren) and burnished their deed sale. His sire was Stallion a offered for out of Canadian Signal Service to farmers by in 1875) the bake. A few min-ute- s with the most audacious impu- draft marc and by a Norman horse. lie AGENTS FOE THE Cr of signals displayed at tele- in the oven to it exploded 1, I5- - Bt lower than t mj w4 cioel fn ths cotstry. Utmrf, means beriw Spt with a dence on record. They have copy- shows a marked preponderance of draft afterward favorably hUhe.tchmrUr. W fccUItiwfcr tbo dcUoa of joang.W -- " raercimi, m graph Btetious, has been ptock, coupled witii lie spirit mid action report, blowing open the own reported to the Ilouse Committee loud doors and throwing frag- righted my hopo sermons against of hi Drennon ancestor?. For particubook all I MBLL iH i Address. on Agriculture in Congress, by oven of tho squash all over" tho myself. will refuse tohonestin stol- - lar?, &c ,addres3, A. (leal DKE REEDt having that ments dealers tho J Herman, Ky. Ilartiord Post. room oods." aabject ia charge. -- "?:":. :r nISiailCC .... .i.t..i. ....r'nanntn minis. "i ; " ..:..y;, - ,i 111 r FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. John Nichols . Hickman's favorite Ve arc authorized tn annonnce C. L. moved h,, barber ,ll0p irom the R.V.NDLB. of Fulton countv, as a candifw,m . ,. . 7.' ,.,e "ou.3e- - J i l"on date for Circuit Judge. Election in AujUi5-- c ;LauJrumin gust next. ioer 'Mil REDUCTION IN V m-cih- o , aim-make- -- i ,",.. " i- "' e rT rm i )dl worW-mabun-dr- el . - "-i- m .- -. RICES! tf; A - i WfttBh-make- I .., v v . Sur-veya- l ' re s. s. I d V- -. -- pi't-ofiic- s i -"- ! ''" iiuw-snlend- id n, BOOKS, -t - ill I 11 w STATIONER?, ART J - .. 1 - i "", K - ..-- . w- 11 NOTION T ne . ... d -- b . . .... "-- 1 1 1 MRS. JENNIE GARDNEI , C.-.- I? A ,,. ,.,,, i ...... ... iite !,. "i-.i-ib- VSS'.U V."1;,: rn Au-gii'- N J GODRIER-JOURHA- L. a-- i I , . , M-- e jr iluriKi GbBT N-t- tho-seeou- d j , !JM ntl AUMted I Courlrr-Jrmrc- i firi-t- ! j.-i- lH k -- "WANTED ! m, wm, k. t r telej-ash- ls al)!-.- d e- n r Inch-price- d - -- S ;.:. j imU-nipfr- y To . Pi u m 1 i M a ""l " ." K 1 at ''r'' Courier-Jutirn.- il ihi -- J. AMBERG'S SONS. , BACK AGAIN, rnli!) .. J. W. COWG1LL, 1 Courier-Journa- l, 1 Courier-Journ- . 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Horatio Seymour, who EDISON'S NEW AKKANGEMENT FOK Improved Telephone died Saturday evening in New SENDING AND KECEIVING TEL- . York, was born in 1S10 and had Company ON EGKAI'II MESSAGES attained his 7Gth year. He was KAl'IDLY MOVING not only the foremost leader of a Says the Ccmoanv TRAINS. gieat political party but one of Has Nothing to Do With the most distinguished men in the New Yokk, Feb. 2. A party of Pending Litigation greatest Kepublics. some fifty gentlemen, including Horatio Seymour was educated to tl- Citirn-r-capitalists, electricians and jouruml at the military academy at Middle-ton- , Win go Purchase. 2 p. m. venter- Xj:w Oklkvxs, Feb. 11. desertion. New York. lie studied law, an, nalists, started at ,,a-from Chiton, Staten Island. Times-Demouyears Eighteen; and all Hicso v Four months ago, Rhey Ioj1 was admitted to the bar and mar-- i interview in the lias loved God, hated the devil eloped from Paducah, with Miss ried Mary Blocker, of Albany.' Mr. Y. Van ilenthuvsen. Pr; ifor Tottenille, fifteen miles to witness the practical working ot dent and voted the Democratic ticket, ' T iiiV AfnfcMii O.T ''-- ,. vnimir lt- - 17ITo was i'iPtPi tfi tin T,(irisl!ititrn 'P,iln..l of the National Timirnr.i Edison's latest and most wonder ... " A" ." . n...ipany, conccie a iii lmiiii iviiiiiiat. .' i i i ' i,v the Jiemocrats of Oneida in' ;'-i, which characteristics tend to pre u. m viz: the sending ..s. ...:.. . ' k"ou iauiilv, mid i lsl" Ul 1812 and oceanic a leader lronii i U'ltlii.ctiiwiMi firirT MiiwnmijjjiK! ful invention, of telegraphic mes- V receiving serve youth, good health and a pure and unspotted leputatiou the iisithft. A ft or this term lm controversy. He snvs and clear conscience. Company saPc.8 by railway trams while inalter! ,ll,:'1 ll'e. .They were married in St. Louis was elected Minor or Utica, 1 his is called telegraph:n. i.;. ,i. us .1 , ,,,. ,,. HI I llf or cow and the St. Louis miners have full ""HM i,,. ....... ..A..;.. IIIXIV'Ii ... .i...!h.is no'iiniiir wliateer. to dn 'ill! motion. induction, or telegraphing iin illfliil i.. The . . . T.iMriBi.itm-iii tiirt tnfict Av..;ti...r. me maiier. inc suit mstitutPii '"fv'V. wv " . Z Vi i "i 'fc'V mn, iinauy passed mo uouse.nno detaus ot his continuous drunken ti.rougn by induced i f by the Fnited States District At- - "tuiospheie.currents the run the of During i",1 Snc-ik-- ' is now a law. It will cost the life, and final desertion of hisj j Sta" h0 torney at Memphis was brought i"1 thti instance of himself ad j!e112,.,l,,1. '?1';!!nKM.ri,p!s,','.r people several thousand dollars, 'young and trusting bride, eulnii-fc- r of the New York A.ssemblv in ' "I stockholders of uu """J n&d is geneially denounced in this lmtiuic in the desperate act of her the year witnessed the elcctio.', of i Mes eive " throat! James K. Polk to the PieMdency. j "o.ml section as an unjustifiable raid applyinga ,nzoro her own tw U tl.e gentlemen We, ratl.er For five vears af er that he was l' upon an already empty treasury. ;V'd l addressedto them- u,e 1h (.ecdings of the (than lace the hum Hat ous and (lis-- , let ired from politual life, tliougli T"111"1"?"101 ..i... 'm;ieft ., Clifton HBX,m.0KS HeCIWIan .r to wUtoh he-br.B!l.t;lnU..s top teewrtto J fans. He was elected Governor 1"""1, ,' c .! antkl tnc 00l,,e' s;.tK of cock, three great Democratic lead-- , her. Morse Ivev a RUey Boyd has been for years of New York in 1852. ers, followed each other rapidly nm Uer'Lul ' onelic re"eSr an In lb(,o. during the reeonstruc; " ! fortu.,,,to victim to Unnk No special Tr to the grave, and now Horatio is Seymours added to the mourn- SC" or near the V public n.incl. Tlicjir,t ste5,t wS,0nvc.io fullist. These four names m , nro I vo"reH"lTTe iiomiuntTou by tlio par- j B each, in turn, bejyi tho Democratic .sTufl friends c oetween tlie tin root ot Hie cars rt Wftes has been ty of an uideiiendeiit Hepnblican pany was to request Mr. narlanil ! Ml resiiliAtr7iJ ut iiominees.for (rimns nC tlm lii.rl..- liL-- thn a..t. KJU.UIU1I T Chase, be- - to brinjr suit to aunul tho patent and the ordmaiy wires strung with ...... ..l...r.. A v. w.v tuu- .... .v along by the side of the railway a .. thst Death ..1..5...C, M. ......u ..v,.. UU.UOU , 1...1 v. .. est UUU, mil, Ull ilullHlULi OL ,f lievingno straight Democrat could ofthe Dell Company on the ground - distanco of from 2." to 10 feet. Ills closely together. Like jlOSCS I r. so Im.t bo elected, or that he could he nf U,:U ,l ws isMietl upon traudu. t;i1mitR Jllld lil ...... .v-.I..m....'j ...... ..a thcy led the people out ofthe family, and spasmodic efforts or, benefit to his tmrtv if elected at Hnt representations, as they were Tho farthest distance traversed . esterdav w ithout a w ire was some wilderness, butf were only permit- - promises of reform, sympathies' mieh a time. After a week's fruit jirepared to show, Mr. Garland 10 or,5()feet. The metallic roof ....... iii .. . ' l...m-- . i' uiinii vv.i. .f.r in I.... iiuu n ii.hiiiiuiij; :.. mat i'iiiimmiuou, refused to take any action in the of the cars were connected toted to view the promised laud ii.io i.M.nl i giiiiu uiiv ft nun, .....I ho c. I... I,. was himself nominated in the matter, as he was interested in gether by wires which communiif it did not pardon it sit least A Plea for the .Legislature. saved him from punishment. All ' face of hia.carncst and unceasiujr another company. inMr. Van Iienthujscu thus states cated with a Morse telephone protest. Hereluctantlvaccented. ithis sympathy has been of no 1111(1 one of the inUnless our brethren of the Mr. Garland's connection with the strument placed in nml ilrnni (IniVli l.ic l rmo ivnc ili.fi.ntnfl 1..- - Tl.i. rii-i- . ,:'.... . ., jiress treat with more mcrcv the. ...... u i.w, .,... .,. !...,.. a ...isii .iij IT.:'- case: "On tho 20th of Julv, in struments and though the noise :. ii ici ini iiivi iiuu nit; i. iiliiiiiiiiiic of the train rendered tho ticks inactual or fancied mistakes of our ally the in j;i. uu of his young' en, was tho uikiui murderer first to congratulate New York, 1 wrote to Attorney distinct ho read them easily bj, Legislature, it will soon become wife. From that time he resolved General Garland, demanding that means of a telephone and wrote It may be that whisk, ter-hiditlieult to find men who will be is in its fiend- - never again to be a candidate for suit be hi ought by the Govern-- ! out the messages as they were willing for such a small stipend to rible, terrible as it ment under the law which I then iy full. newsset themselves up as objects of ish work, and to blameoffor thebrill-- ! 'office, and the resolution he kept supposed was in existence. At- delivered. To a to his death. He might at any disgrace crimes this paper man it seemed nnsterious ridicule. The presence of a goodtorney General Garland replied ly number of fools and dema- hint young man, and so let young time since have been Senator from to the letter, saving that my letter to send a message up to the roof be gogues in the Legislature justi- men learn the lesson andyet warn-- ' New York, or its Governor, but had been referred to the Depart- of tho car on a shoit wire and goes no persuasion could induce him ed, but while sympathy have it jump thence to the distant fies no one in willing the whole out to the vonng victim, in read-- 1 to abandon his fixed purpose. Ho ment of tho Interior. About the wire as it did yesterday from body fools and demagogues. 2Sth of July I went to Washing ing the accounts or the suicide of lived peacefully upon his farm diffent ones. Mr. EdiOwensboro Inquirer. ton and called on Attorney Gen-tifu- l twenty-fou- r frit. . . ....i-..i this four mouth s bride, one must near Utica, overlooking the beau- - or:l1 (j"r,,.ml' w,th. C- - 1 Hunting son was on board the subject of . .. .. ilia .arvi ciouu.uj.0 uus mapped om, teel that the profligate Husband .Mohawk valley. He was not many congratulations. He said some good work, which if it does is not fit to live. to be cheated out of tho repose ton. of Mississippi, to learn what that another train coming behind of his old ige, but he continued action had been taken on inv let us equipped with a similar appain the constitutional limit, will de- -' " ter and to secure a heaiiiurou the messages oft' serve and; receive the praise of There has long been a s spi-th- o to take an active interest in the A ratus could pick the government of his country, and "MIOB"'? "" ,or '" l!wye tho wire. people, but up to date, it c'on lliat "gham Young was ac- - contributed much valuable noliti- - 01 Kresen , of 2sew Yoik, am ioo mncn ot the public Cal instruction to the periodical Col. Gant, of Memphis. At this would have been better for tho lin call Garland said: "Mr. Van Ben- It tint Can lie Doiiv. State if it had not assembled. Its tloinai, as well as too much wife.' press. thuysen, I can not take any action Ity trying igain ami keeping tip courage , chance now to redeem itself is to The story of his success in acquir-in a matter of litis kind. I am the many thing eeeminiily impoible mnj lie pass the Hewitt Revenue bill, and in& tlie former is thus told by a; State Geologist Procter. attorney of a telephone company aoained. Hundreds of bopcles caei of Salt Lake Special : adjourn on the 27th. I and am interested in that company. Kidmy and Liver Complaint hnve been Sjcll to the Bitters, after cured by "I took the ground that his. el'e hal Klectrictried in Tain. everything Great frauds in land entries' Frankfort, Feb. 12. The o been So, undeniably perpetrated in lowing is a copy of a letter iust Garland's private relation to a tel- think there h no cure for you, butdon't Horrible Suggestion I try . the early days of the Laud Otlice, received from Mr. John JJ. Froc- - ephone company, should not be Electric Hitters. There i no mclicineno Padurali ' Suppose such aiea party as now aiui inese nave lateiv been iuu.ier.V. u speaics ot- his mission an obstacle to the assertion of mv pife, ho pure, an.l so perfect a Mood PuriJ V V V lights of the public fier Llectric Hitter will cure DyjejHia, compose the Kentucky Legislature lMorted by a special agent who, ' what he has seen m London, and Uiabete and ul1 ,sl!?t R,l,n,l,c 5,,,u 0lH wben lie will return to Iventucky: I "'formed him that several geu- - Invaluable innilaffections 01 tlie iviunere. should be assembled as a cousti- - r1'011-of Stomach and ! IOOklllr up SUCH t IHUUS.. Jiiignain1' "Royal TToi'VTa litlm-rm.i- it.A.iX IktJ. iuniicn umu uaii upon nun the Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difiicul-tjrtnlini.,il ..n..rnntin., ,l.n4... 11IU .. l. ( .. of the Mormon r,nv)m Tnn t Mt.. I ..v..... wvwawvra lil ' iouowuig nay, and11lie again Pn. Large Kolttes only 50 cla. at Moore imtnp nf irnrai-...a,.- ( oi loBft u nni. !. lotiner, President ported that he could have noth 'gJftJSjindrum'a. 'Church, was tho chief man in such will sail for home on people expect! There are some i four-roohouse the Oregon or Etruria. on Febru-- i ing to do with the matter. I stafnhminh A'ood men in tho legislature, but wo.k- - He had a ed they are so few thev cannot Ieav- - bu,,t on r"ers. Hauling uito'aryG. Am told that the Etruria can that we would. neerthclcnot: and present our ease. (n. t lHftT ddlery aijd Harness litQr f a section, ot land,, is tno en the loaf, nor the political loaf- tC fastest ship, and r hope to each. one of the " i"""wo1t;ii:ii .m-- ion; in or neiore inei attorneys. on Uricson. Cnl. (it ar uih, ami inev nave as mncn nowerl . ... Huiitiiigtoir",d ' r 4.1 .i M " " " " 1"w,u u" . .... n 10 Hiem tno tide ol ignoianco' iroiild lin tn r rrrtt am ' l"11111-,1111i am certain tnat, uy re- - of Memphis, Mr. the foIW,mi MLV myself, called on woul(1 sleeP there one maining next week, tho .onr and erossroadsecord-!iiakiiisuccess day, accompanied by (jjtytfi as, liipht. me" occunvinsr n Rpnnmln & FARRISS ... ..... miogiuil ,:n i. ll.tnillt-tl- . eauh Lr cnnui,ini,..n.. ..:i s....ri t X u u.uui nuiii u,m IU Nlll il!.'llUBl lUB' lll iiu iuc IU room, and next day thej !....... am nil llUII, IW1U llilll ilfil vou!d sure of that now. and this current of a cyclone. ' opposite Courier Otflce W heii we consider .'into what nvil.-- - nrfi.iMiitif inns filnifr?-'i- - tli.w means o much for Kentucky that duce the attorneys who prest c LLLLLLLLb r !' - A Y. AX, the demand tor tlie mstitutio haildfi the lillOrtlPS nf tlm nonnln land oince, wane lour otner men I have decided to remain. suit by the Government to v.iC"" WOUHl perform a similar act the . niiorJit nnKeil.lr f.,11 , . s ..n..r..oc .L elected stock of Saddles and i have seen much of Lon-- ' O.VlllVCO u 'ij I'" next day and night, and soon till don ; was fortunate enough in hav-- 1 the Bell patent on the ground c . .im wors made to order. sometimes falter. most of the beautiful Cache val ing a front seat in the Speaker's fraud and prior invention. attention ven to "They claimed that tlw thus entered. Soon IT A 5 fit IS 1 & The Bill Against Pfttols. ley wasthe men appeared atafter- gallery of the House of Commons,1 right to present the facts to had a a Disward, the when the final debate came ofi'and of anv kind. h as secured the services lie Be it enacted-b- y General As land office, proved upon their pre- the Government was defeated by trict Attorney, who could, upon known nn excellent somlily or the Commomwealth of emptions, naid over SLiJo net- - Gladstone. I go to the House of sufficient evidence, ask for per- of thai well Bol Harris which of work-is man. Uncle Kentucky, That any person who! acre, which had been handed to Lords Monday. night ' mission to institute suit in tho a guarantee of good ami faithful work. shall sell a pistol, bowieknife, dirk- - them in a crowd by some oue at I go to the slums of London, with name of the United States Garnnr24 knife, colts, brass knuckles or their back, and then they would some gentlemen, accompanied by1 land still maintained that ho could slung shot shall, upon indictment deetl the land to Brigham Young, the Chief Inspector of Police. not take any action in the matter, or conviction thereof, be fined not Your correspondent has seen the have already seen the Tower,Ij and we left the office determined less than 82.1, nor more than SI 00, affidavits of men who acted for Westminster Abbey, the British to pursue this course and to forco Vnnin-n- i Or imprisoned in thfi cnimtr fi':iililiilniit Museum, South Kensington M11- an issue as to our ri&hts in the A PJLEASA.3TC KESOIiT. ....,. .Iv "... : i. not less tiiau ten nor morn iimn entries, for which service they scum, etc., etc., and have explored ........ A'j.-.- . FRESH BEER constantly on lap. lI B thirty days, or both so fined aud were paid eight bushels of wheat. the old districts very thoroughly.1 made to tho District At-Tobneeo, of the best brands. imprisoned, at the discretion of Reports on and proofs of these think the trip has done me much l ,ri,J?' !lt ""Pliw ami thence to Patronage solicited. the court or jury trying tho case. frauds are on file in the Depart- good, and that on my return I will Del"irtm.eit. of Justice, there noT li-- tf This act shall be given in charge ment of the Secretary of the In- feel moro like l.nck'lino- down to was single person signing ., .. .. . f ia to the grand juries by the Circuit terior at Washington. air i...t 1. .,1 ... :.. ,,lUb, work than Vr did before leaving ,V. e and Criminal Judges at their reTelephone HOW TO SAVE AfONEY. the home. spective courts. The shaking up I had on the (hiii:iii, auu me impression 011 A Libel on the Purchase. This act shall take effect from We ocean was, I think, quite advanta-- 1 Mr. Garland's mind that the peti- grades are 'Wholesale Headquarters lor at From UoicIIns Grwn Critic of and after the 1st of April, 18S0. tion was from the geous me. I will ... "How is Judge Dulaney going ii . to uowever, - excuse the Company, must have arisen from CESTO, it it win miM TOBACCO MARS Who Should be Legislators. to run for the Appellate bench .Aiiuniic, storms during my pass- the fact that Col. Casey Young in- and will job to dealers only ad Factory its at V1 down The South Iventuckian, in ref- citizenin your country asked a age. My regards to my friends. troduced us at my second inter- prices; also tho view. My letter of July J2, which of Bowling Green of an erence to the make-uof the pres- old acquaintance from Trigg coun- Truly yours, had been referred by Garland to Ssnhl Scotch iii teis? Scotch Snuf, John B. Procter. the Interior Department was tak- the beat in the market. SVe also keep ent Kentucky Legislature, says: ty, whom ho met on tho street en by the latter Department, to rnnstanttv on linrwl n n)nrc CAlortinn 4Ye doubt if there are over yesterday afternoon. of Family fJroceries, U'aa Probabilities. "He was mighty popular down the Commissioner of Patents, and Fruits, which we willConfectionene and. thirty men in the House who could pell yery low for! when I ascertained that it was the cash. Please call and see us. frame a bill of the simplest char our way before they started the There is every indication of a acter. Many of the members are story that he was in favor of stop- renewal of troubles in the nation- based upon misinformation as to FUCfcUA & DclSOW. good, clover men, of limited edu- ping the coinage of silver,"' replied al affairs of Europe. There is no the existence ot the law alleged the visiting statesman. "Since peace anywhere merely a state to have been passed at the last cation, and nrohalilvl-nnu- r iir-i '""-'"'"- . !..... ..'. L m aira,u utiS '"a,"S "is run tneir farms successfully, butt of hollowtruce. Bulgaria is again session of Congress, I obtained llu!e ti--.tuey maue a mistaKe 111 aspiring grip a little." commencing to mobilize herarmy. consent and withdrew it. This "Why, the Judge isn't iu favor Turkey is massing her troops ai.d letter bears the indorsements of to their present positions." of stopping tho coinage of sil- preparing to be on hand in the all the various parties through D. G. PAKE, fijrht. Tho mixinjr and fiL'tinncr of whose hands it passed. Eldeu Thomas Parker Dud- ver." "Some months afterwards, Mr. ATTORNEY AT hAM. "I ley, of Lexington, Ky., is said to you know that well enough, but j the great powers in the Balkan Montgomery. can't make our people believe troubles have produced a slb'ht Commissioner of be the oldest Baptist minister in 31 AY FIELD, - - KY. America. lie Is 94 years old, it. Every tune any one attempts trimnimr no UVJfeBtt ll.(i U Servia Patents, requested tho return of ai,ynan v s' blind and very feeble. Ho began to speak up for the Judge, Jiat. is having a encamp this letter, and after indorsing In Active Practice SlnceMnrch, 1877. .1 l, - -- tfk mnnr rt Lrnnn amu!'. jiilcx n . i .rtl. .1 uriii 01i iiter iieaieu troops upon it my reasons for its with- WILL practice in all the counties ofthe preachiug in 1S20 and has preach- .w.....,, u.......u..ed in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, uaswen Jiennett's irionusjwni pun under, with his victorious drawal, I retimed it to Mr. Mont- First Judicial District, and in the Appel-lai- e Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Mis- out a naner and read the list of ones, is not unwilling to win new-- gomery, and it was presented and Courts ot Kentucky. souri, Kansas, Virginia, Delaware, presents Dulaney got at the silver laurels. A very effective section printed iu tho record of evidence septlg-l- y Pennsylvania, New Jersey and wedding last fall. Then he folds of the British lleet is within easy before Secretary Lamar and is now it up, puts it back in his pocket, reach ot Athens and Constantino a part of tho printed records of New York. tno crowd and Sa.ySl'nl. find flltliniinrh iIiiq nncilinii nf the defense of the suit now pend- H. A. & R. T. TY LER wiuks at ,... .., -.. ui . b" " t...i- - ,v.i ..... iur A Kentucky judge has offered' Vu "'i'" want the unmm - England's war vessels adds to the ing before Judge Pardeo in the ATTORNEYS AT LAW, govern- irritation and keeps np the sore- - United States District Court at an d carried on amendment to i IS fol enough to uuui, iu jiu uii uuiuiiig mi ver wneni ncss, still if her friend, the Turk, New Orleans between tho Bell and Judge Soloman's origiual decision Improved Telephone BlOKJIAir, - - - KENTUCKY. snvcr rreis into troulde and needs money National in tne ciiiicl and two women ques- l i Attorney General tion. Two women came, before iihiii aifiiiuinu in ma own nousc v or inends. sno win like to be on Companies. attend to all business entrusted him, each claiming the ownership Of course sonsible nponle nuder- - hand to secure such concessions Garland at no time had any con- WILLtheir care. of a child. He decided that neith-- ! sTla m "t u.ul "e V.ry " k,,ock t,,p and little gifts, b' way of collate- nection with or interest in the Office Furniture Factory. er was fit to keen the child, and Jugo higher'n a kite among those ral, as the sick man may have to National Improved Telephone nov8'78 ...... l ieiout of his nrdered it sent to an orphan asy- AtiA.enonnmlAii !. r If hos- Company. , ,"!, I.r, uouu I.. me iiircnase, unless- bestoware resumed estate.this state "Ab President of tho National in iuuo lum." with tilities ho can manage to refute it in some of things existing, Austria and Improved Telephone Company, I L. As the flaunter8 of tho bloody way, Hussia will surely reach out for a investigated and directed the entire C. shirt realize how the solid soifth slice of the loose territory, and proceedings, and had no connecATTORNEY Ar LAW tion or interest in the Our Judges JJcreajIecl. mourns for Hancock, the general Germany and Italj can hardly wno turned tlie tide against them Tho EliznllAttifntrn in keeping out even if 'lelephono Company. All of the Collector, Heal Estate Agent .CT .nrc proceedings wero iu behalf of tho at Gettysburg, they must fegl that there are not three Judges in the they wish to do so. National Improved Telephone HICKMAN, KY. the war is over and their occupa-- ' State of Kentucky who do not sit Company, of New Oi leans, which tiou largely gone. That is a solid' upon the bench with free railroad Will attend promptly to all bus George Q. Cannon, the morouuiu uiey can inaKe no use ot lor, passes m their pockets ml trv mon high priest, for whom the company had opposed the opera- nets entrusted him in Southwesteri Compa- Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee the advancement of their schemes. cases iu winch the milrnaii t.imt Federal authorities at Salt Lake tions of the " ny and had cautioned the public Specialattention given to the invesliga gjive them the passes is the defen- City had offered a reward of $500, lion of Land titles, and the purchase against usiu'r the instruments of There is a conflict of anthoritv dant. Ex. was arrested Saturday at Winne-mucca- , that company, as being an in sale of Real Estate. f Jan8 betweeu the Governor of New! Wo don't know how Xev. He is wanted for a fringement of patents owned by it ie .in oher , v .Mexico an.l the nnwhnrckj mA iTIm diicTTvaifarc ikavv i.si vw . latter obi'ct to being arrested for k I58 violation of the Edmunds Law, he the National Improved Company." tare, wo having been the most violent as the more killing a Mexican or f!;,,i, ii iiii:-i- i ihbiuiiiuhumr v n A.. A.. n .,....,. . i .u,,,. The bill prohibiting the sale of iwo, wuiie uov. Koss is rash ....., !)!.. 0 iiniiiiii U4 u(t. inaa well as ono ofthe ablest Mormon . i i PHYSICAN AIJD SURfa'EON, leaders. He will bo best remem- pistols, &c, in Kentucky, is a enough to call their offense mur- by the country as the long bered der and to offer large rewards for, KENTUCKY lfieTdpomocnit. time Delegate from Utah in Con humbug, and wo hope it will not HICKMAN, their a i rest. The enw frtto,nn..l OFFERS his Professional Services to l,r,tI.,.Kr? Co,ned.V Company, City gress. His next address will pro become a law. It will only translire still at large. tho citiixens of Hickman and ricinity J tall, uvdiiChday I bably be the penitentiary of Utah. fer such sales to adjoining States. niht next. JnlG-'8- 0 etli-.ba- Khcy Boyd, of Paducali, for in that It is issaid years the Hickman ,J?ar8 co"8piBuousbrilliantWestern talents, 2G old, and Mr. I Kentucky for his Courier d habits, and honored father, is George Warron, its present cient editor, was its founder. If again before the imblic for his '. , , it is in order, we call upon some ,..-:.- ,uujcuii"r a uenn- one to rise and state how old;;.,, omjihshciiyomigivenGeorge was when he became an " one Would uitlire him tucky giil, m,d her suicide in St. oditnr. Xn tolie more tnnn 21 year.- ol now. Louis last Fiidv, because of his . Horatio mour. Sey- TELEPHONE TALK. A IS' VMS PTU fluMiI hm Mmmw OWE? IP .I HUM mmm& FASHIONABLE ., - xox - Pan-Electr- ic O. B. KINGMAN, DEALER IN - 1 SHOP. Sortn tVest corner of Moscow and Troy ATenues, East Hickman, Xy , arSalisfaction guaranteed. SjH-ri- - J nt f ... I i ! 11. v - " " i .' '"'lu ,.. Hardware, Tinvare, sum, farm xox- - April. . wmm. ftC THE BARTER to his GROCERY. (Clinton Street, Connan & Co'a Old Stand ) ...... pleuro-pneumoni- a, n V oi-x- ..-- - -- iu" vsytliiEig STw Ea M J 3L MONTGOMERY, annonn. friends and the nnblis tWt be nss opened a new and fresh supply cf all kinds of Fauilt Gkoceiieb, which ba will sell as low as the lowest. He is res dy at all times to exchange Groeerita ml cash prices for Butter, Epg, Chicktaa a any kind of marketing that Ike farsafa rriends may bring in. The highest ar ket price always paid. Mt J. 1 """ I ,bn..t 'in' Flltf G, ash vilx e, J.M. MONTGOMERY & &c. Bia have secured, pcrmanentlr, one of the finest workmen in the Stale, and will make roofing ami tinning a sjiecialty. llotio I will not be undersold, fTen in larger cities. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE ; tCnl? m I LSi SFS'ZvS &fer. -d-iiii oZirTyXiix& yE n "T i Faeis & Pakkeb, KENTUCKY fat kts ana sale iI0R8Ea, BrGGIES and nACKS.' Hatinft purchnaad the attbla. ioT and entire outfit of W. B. Pluaiaia r we propose to continue the bnilaesa, and solicit patronage l "I UKl&tf """'h DR. WARD'S jNT STREET, EEPS constantly oa haad 10 - 1 TEisnsr-- , n ia 1 . -- ' other Fchor.l in TSa leading cnooi in an miners oi education oi lonns itnes JLum South since ihe war hax had so great success. Parent. can trtwt their children to its thorough and steady working For liberal term, address DR. W. E. WARD. i, W. DIESTELBRINK Family. Groceriei. space to name all arlleUt. hat ar, trouble to show crooda. andome and see, at the corner af Troy and Moscow Arenue. East Hlekiar, Iv i ' In--i- il ...'. 1 I J 11- -I lew LI?iif HICKMAN, 1 Stable. KENTUCKY, fine, stylish RIGS for hire. non-evpe- rt i (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) Jakily- (Grocery - - - - oiani. a . . XUST OPENED, with new STOCK, out and out. ibK.na reasonable, latromge solicited. (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) All kinds of H. O. JUDGE. ss W. G. KINGMAN. oct30-168- 5 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES sually kept in a first-clahouse, at bo4 o'm prices. TEA FANCY CAMflJSS, MINCE.MY.AAT, CRkNBERTXIES, Qald,weL!:'g Ami Continuing Four Months. giQifcxQol, riCKLBS IIOMINT, QIT8 yCj The Fall Session will commence I ourier-Jonrn- Sugar, Coffees, 1885, 1886, pi.y 3CTLTI BoapH, Bf g , fol-wer- i Xi-M- -- ,,,,. . MONDAY, AUGUST MONDAY. 31. 4Will not bo undersold. Will full price for Batter, FOR Spring Session Commences m-cas- es 1 K, -- i 1 ? ?. JANUARY 4, -- ' Continuing Five Months. The cour.se of study, iucluding thorough primary woil in English branches, Mathematics, Li tin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. Especial attention is deroted to the preparation of itudent for college, and young Hook-Keeping, NASHVILLE p Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida -- .. g 1 ..v - , 1. l&L'k men for buine.. 7 mi---- c -- I .....! o f -i TUITION: Primiry Pupils Intermediate (1 ,. per month. . 53 0 4 0 . . tiV" VAQ CC(1 50 I PAYABLE MLOXTIII' IX ADVAft'CK. 1 it-e- lf Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1S"5. 3m CALDWELL, MAE7 CALDWELL. B. O. mmrn ST I Take Ihe To-morro- FETHE'SSALOON, CASE & MILLET, N, C & t. Tbta L I'y, 1 1 miL-!iifrtlm- ei ! 1 ...l.i. W..-.J- .. ..... -. ,V"t i 1 nd - wmv i ".a Grocers, HICKMnsr KENTUCKY. FAVORITE Call on nearest Ticket Ageit Or Address W. II. Jonrs, PaB. Agt., Dallat, Tex., t fi. P. & T. A., NasbTllle, Tena. FRITZ. HELLNER, T. AgM Hlekmaa. Pau-LIectn- I I Pan-Electr- ic 1 re-ser- W. Ms lAJlE. KY. p HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTDRERSOF Er & CO. HICKMAN MARBLE HICKMAN, W0RES 4 m 3 1 !..: l. t; ,- Professional Cards. dealer is Itamam and Ambkican MaBL3 MONIDIENTS, TOMB AND 'gRAVJ STONES. received a fine lot of Arae m - w I s six-week- u uiu-iikiiii- .... Hickman, Kentucky. Italian Marble, I an jy pared to fill all orders. Call and exn nr wark. Orders from the country prompt-ay2S ? HAVING THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. -- MARVIN COLLEGE, CLINTON, KY. Spring term, of six months comoanaes JANUARY 4th, 1886. Faculty fall and competent. Government rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. J. H. CALLOWAY, Pre. "w '... DEALER i- DRUGS, USDIGINB fAINTS CARh ! cj BS- - Al a jr. FJx DWTUFfS, F. E. CASE, , DEALER IS iil -- PRESCRIPTIONS li COMPOVNJDl Family Groceries; AND ALSO. ! S RANDLE. Pan-Electr- ic ONLY ONE DOLLAR suc-succee- d gain. Groceries and Family Supplier geo erally. oftisning Tackle Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and aHJkind and Supplies, atsbar 9 - M ! .,... Pan-Electr- Weekly American. A GOOD EDUCATOR IN THE FAMILY. Fresh News and Choice Reading-013 FOR THE LOWER and LOWER. All kinds of Groceries basis, sides, &o. as cheap as the cheapest. I will aot be undersold. JOHN WITTING. ic w mmw.3 -- ." Uu ""' l'j'" ??M1 m all Subjects, fcfcj a& ih?w - HZtlZa t. i:i. DR. F-AJRI- S. J J MAKKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. Liberal premiums offered for slubs. Send for our preminm lists. Agent wanted everywhere. Address, THE AMERICAN. Kshville,Texrn. county Kentucky, fire head of hogs, two spotted sows, each marked with swallow fork in left and half crop off of right ear. One sow shoat, sasae mark; twt white hosts, one male and one female, naaark-eand rained before me by Hanks Pate; the at fie dollars each, and the three shoats at one dollar each. Qiven under my haad, Feb 10. 1866. JK. B. MUKKfcXI J. F. V.C d, two-sow-n E8TRAY NOTICE. Taken up as a stray, by Lake L. Smith. on his farm, six miles east of south of Hickman, oa the State liae road, in Fulton "3i t" , s-- , . ti jifc-- - .oil fr 4J- - -- - m smmim VwHaawkV ' JP f ". k " atLf. ..jaaaawBiawBawBawBawiawaaaW " x Cdaa!