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EXECUTED With - GEORGE WARREN, HICKM-AJN- ", KIT. a. .1 I I HTniTM i o w O'er Sl.r.00,000 Worth Destrojed. ot A u x. f fc.fc :4- - & COURIER IC entiiclcy Neatness and Dispatch. iS5 ' ALE BlliliS, BIT7ELOPE3, LETTER-HEAD s 5 (M-JMk- Ma Street, next door to Qty HalL U y " OEOROE WARREN, Editor. Tho Oldest Ncwsjmpor iu 1, estcrn PKICE OF SBB-SCRIPTIO- 81.50. ESTABLISHED A 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUfgY, FRIDAY, EEBKXJAItY 26. fc"?T f ISS6. INVITATIONS, 21. ojkXtXj jkjtrxs ETC., ETO; -- '"I VOL. XXL-(- 5: if- - AERIAL NAVIGATION. A Chicago Dootor Who Will Build a New Stylo of . Air-Shi- p. I A DISCOVERY DISCOUNTED. I'riuiilslng Test tif lieul Hotter bj the Cunning of Milker. th,,'-lSeiguto-da- y FLOATING if COFFINS. FIRE IN WILMINGTON, N. C. Property Wn iit.Tov, N. C , Teh. 121 -- A destnic tivo fire occurred in the business portion of this city this afternoon. The loss will probably exceed J 1.&)0,0U. 'The fne originated on tho river steamer Itlnden, cotton bnleu. which set fire to the wharf and sheds t of the Clyde line of steamers A high w Hid , was blowing at the time and the fire pread rapidly, sweeping awathe business . houses on Water stieet for three bl ks anil many valuablo resident c on Kiont i lllld Second streets Ain.mir the lmi!'hll!S ' destroyed were the first Methodist . mircu, the offices of tho Atlantic Coast Line tho freicbt deiiots of the Wilmington bin mid Augusta nnd the Wilmington and Weldon IlaHroud Cum panics, (he (.Lampion Conipiess, twolarge grain mills, a saw mill, the offit:s anil warehouse-- , of A Sprunt A Son, Worth .t Worth. Kei. hner ei Caidner Uros . .S I. Shetler & Co.. and the st amor Itiver Queen and the schooner Holmes. - Ovr-I'ous An IcoGiTtro m tho Missouri Rivor At Kansas City, Cuts Ami) Twenty Urn en from I'ejt- IIoimo Isl.ini). auil tho Or, 'up mi. 1'io.it Down the Kiwr. " c Q W: vto r ery in chemistry in connection with tho microscopic tests to distinguish oleomar-garin- o fiom Recently, butter. Chicago, Feb. 19. Articles of incorporaTaylor, of the Department Crrr, Mo., Fob As the T-Springfield yesterday tion were issued at meetof Agriculture, announced at for the Transcontinental Aerial Naviga- ing of mieroscopists that buttera placed of an ice sorge, the chaunel in the river is cutting away the soutlu rn tion Company of Chicago, to establish under a microscope showed round crystals aerial transportation lines, tho capital marked by a plain cross which could to portion of an island opposite the :t3 on e and .Si.uli-po- x stock being 5150,000, and tho Incorporators found now hero else. When the polarizer, or which are located tho Hospital. Thoroworo twenty or more Dr. Arthur De Baussett, Eugene Mnrguerat elenite is used with tho inicroscopo.theso are in reality and Jules Lang. ilr. Do Baussett is a butter crvstals which four parts eaci, only graves n tho island, the great r part of two ubicuunvr been washed away up m show globes of French physician who has resided iu Chi- green and fat, - yellow Tho chemical twoaud the bodies Moated off don n tho cago for several years past, and has made test to distinguish between butter and over oleomargarine is very delicate, the only nver in their cqIHh-- , There is coiishUm able & study of aerial navigation for years. Dr. De Bausett's twenty-tw- o excitement ah-tue rrver bank two material mutdiffereco between is to build an air ship, tho length of ters appreciable to tho being that saj th.it theie is little danger of futuie inchemists 174 feet; its width is to bo 24 fection which will bo There have been no recent butv-ri- c a small feet and its heights feet. Tho uiaia cyl- butter contains is lackingamount qf tb moji of tbem U.i vine iwen nmdo In tho lcauiar-gaiinacid, "which over h year ago The city's wafr sUMiIV inder will bo C5t feet in length and 144 feet The test is not always' success1lio in diameter. It is expected to prove by tho likely to is also drawn from tho Knw nv-- i and vacuum theory that it is possible to navi- ful, wiped as the difference wasoleomarga- only living tenants of tho island ar n be out by enterprising smaIl-jogate the air by tho laws of gravitation patient and his lhcy manufacturers, Dr. Taylor's discovery ai-- in no present danger from nurseHood. by overcoming tho pressure of tho rine heralded far and wide, and? tho test the filling, it with was atmosphere without adopted wherever knoirn hydrogen or other gas. It is in- has been has now discovered thatjtho Prof. IMPORTANT IF TRUE tended to begin the work of building tho AVebbcr littla water and salt with mixtho ship in about two weeks, and it will bo ing of a olemargarine. a process it always under- The Kniperor of China Ahimt to C.ll Itieb completed in about two months. Dr. Do goes, causes tho bogus butter lloniu tile ."iliuj;li.tii s,"f,,r In .innrir-i- . Baussett is confident that the search for under the microscope exactly Jo. develop such crystho North Polo can bo successfully accom- tals as are found in the legitimate article. Sr Lmi i Feb ,' TheChmese comm y plished by means of his air ship, which and tho same result can be obtained with in St ljuishas reeoived what is alb l will be so'arranged that it can bo propelled in over ice as wen as tnrougn me air. u , luro tallow treated tho like, manner. of This to be a genuine copy of an imper.al pro. Dr. usefulness hscovfirvltrovs - clamatiou requiring that on or before tho HmlSTi in- - Taylor'sdiscovery and strengthens the poIns ? "neorSn. l&tu of the fifth moon of tho present ear with StlOn Of thO OlCOmargaril manufacturer vention. and is in communication May 15), all subjects, of the Tai York, in and venders. James Gordon Bennett, of New Empire (China) now residing in the Lint .1 relation to making an exploration for thu States of America return home, and inNorth Pole when the ship is completed. WORK OF A MAD MAN. structing them upon application toth. ir Consuls free transportation will lie pi mulEight-HoLaw. The ed from aiiv part of the United Stntt lo Shoots Three Members of lIUUrother' nny part of the Chinese Empire, t v pt tho Washington, Feb. 19. Congressman limll. Then fires a Valuable R.irn Provinces of Tuong Tung, wbos" . iti.-and 1'IeeM to the Wood. presented a 3Iuller, of New York, because of superior numbers, are rrqmred Bloomigtok, III., Feb. 1S. David topa half faii The jirocliunatiou. while petition signed by President Lillie, of tho Labor League, and nearly a thousand Sholty, a lunatic, sbot three members of it einlKtdiea no threats, lutimatt s that th others, praying for the prompt adjudica- his brother's family and burned the Chinese Government intends to spcedny III. retaliate upon the American export tiado barn, near Shirley, tion of the claims of laborers employed by brother's and residents m for tho been demented longAniencaii outrages upon ChinaChmem the Government for services rendered in David Sholty has continued the excess of eight hours a day. The petition for some years, but was not m this country Tins design, if earned out, was referred to the Committee on Claims. thought dangerous. Three daysago ho will destiny an annual export of Mr. Muller, on behalf of tho Committee on disappeared, nml his whereabouts-wnnd exjKjseO.Orti) Americans to the ternot rors Imperial Claims, of which ho is a member, sub- known until this of evening, when he was NiUKiol Chinamen prosecution Most are thoe O'Neill, sequently conferred with Mr. in this country in his discovered in a grain-biob-- y on ted to Committee Chairman of this proclamation" Pi ointtho question of brother's (Levi Sholty; barn, Five men ment Chinese residents of this citv c:aim where Labor tho excess of attempted to capture him, when he opened that no luformatiou concerning the allowances for time served in eight hours sinco the enactment of tho fire on them. Thumen fled to the barnhas been received and the pursued by the lunatic. In of the report i doubted. Advices truth r lawi also under consideration, yard and were he fiom shot Levi Sholty in tho New Yoi k and Washington are to tho samo and it was decided to arrange as soon as the barn-yar- d possible for a joint meeting of tho two breast, also Levi Sholty's wife, inflicting effect, 'committees with a view to prepare a meas wounds in her neck, back and leg. He also ure to cover an cases ot claimants under shot Levi Sholty's seventeen-vear-olSLAIN FOR A WITCH. r he law. Both Congressmen are daughter. He then fired upon Allen Mcdeenlv interested in the subioefc. and Sav Coy, but the bullet went wide of its mark. A Frenieii Parmer Taken the Life of HU 'they will uso every endeavor to comply Levi Sholty and his wife are thought to bo OM Wife in :i Horrible .Manner. fatallv wounded, but the daughter is not. with, the requests of the petitioners..! Orrvw , Ili, Feb. 22. Clnrence J Sears, David Sholtv, after emptying his revolver, returned and set fire to the barn and then eight eight years old, a farmer, murdered Another Chapter in a Great Horror. fled to the timber. Officers have gone from his ngeil wife at their home four miles Bloomingtox, III., Feb. 19. The sequel this city to arrest him. The posse is now northwest of this city Saturday night. Tho country lunatic. Ho jof the terrible deeds enacted last evening scouring theto have'a for tho of .ammuni- old couple differed in their religious view . supply is supposed 5by David Sholty, the inane man of Shir- tion, and it is feared more "blood will bo nnd Sears, who is an enthusiast, recently ley, when he shot, several members of hia shed. The barn and contents, which were arrived nt the conclusion that his wife 'brother's family, and burned his brother's totollv destroyed, were worth 10,000. was n witch. She was nearly threa valuablo barn is, that tho demented man Levi Sholty is un old resident of this coun- scoic years and ten. of feeble mind, and it is said that she admitted her beperishedin tho flames which he set. After ty, and is quite wealthy. lief that she was gifted with the pow-shooting Mrs. Sholty and her seventeen-year-ol- d e s of witchcraft At any rate. Sears IN THE CONVICT'S FAVOR. daughter, ho climbed to tho becamo crazed bv his "hallucination set fire to tho building and detenu. ui'd that it would be forthe and then, instead flee Itemurkaliie Salt Por Damages In u Tenof best for h'ui to kill her Arming liuaselt ing, as was thought, he held himself to the nessee Court. with a handsaw, ho went into a room grain bin, where he was first discovered, n intercst- - where the old woman was seated Their :oxville, Tens., Feb. and remained thero until the flames over. law and a couple of case was decided io.the 'Circuit Court daughter-ilooK aim. xuscnarrea anuroasteu remains wijre ulso in the room "Do vou still found loraingTWb Tye a witch! ask bears ol his arid, two eaiStts ttM' ri4t from neighbors. lie wa fortv.foi was 'laced in thcTfflral faiomcT tho Sears, for hejstruck"ber down w ith tho of aco and unmarried. Levi Sholtv." heavy saw. ahddesnlte tho t (forts of hia Knoxvillo Company transpires, was not hurt, tho buckshot cut- system. Heirofl"placed in a under the lease danglitrr-ilaw, hacked dangerous was to ting his coat only, but his wife received nel by the mine boss, nnd the roof felltun- death He then turned onhis old wife wothe jouiig in, thirteen buckshot in her back, and U breaking both legs and one arm, making man nnd her children, end t'ln wero thought to be fatally injured. h:m a cripple for life, ne sued the Knox-vill- e obliged to flee for their lives Lonvlnced Iron Company nnd Cherry, Morrow & that his wife was deuil. Sears left th hoHse. Co , lessees of the State Penitentiary, for He was caj lured Msterday and lodgidin A Noble Hangman. damages. The casw was on trial for London, Feb. 19. As the result of a stnto. ?10,000 week, and the jury returned a ver- jail. over a ment that a well known Baronet had as- dict for the full amount. Caged. sisted Hangman Berry in hanging tho Cine aoo, Feb. 22. The city detectives nro three Netherby burglars, Sir Charles Do Captured Counterfeiters. jubilant over their success m capturing a adCrespigpy, in an interview Cixcivj vti, Feb. IS For some time tho sextet of who have operated mitted that ho was tho one alluded to. Secret Service officials have mado strenusuccessfully throughout the city during Ho said that as ho would probably be sheriff ho desired to gain experi- ous efforts to locate a gang which was the last two months. Each one of the gnng ence in order that he might be pre- vigorously "shoving queer" half dolhas made an unqualified confession of tho lars and quarters in this city and full extent of their operations, and tho pared in case he should be obliged to in the absence of the hangman. vicinity. counterfeiters were evidence is alieady The prepared which He slept in the pnon during the night, finally located at a rather unpreten- will every one land piobably, pinioned one of the culprits himself, and them in tho penitentiary. A tious brick building on Jackson streetoccu-pie- d of generally assisted Berry. Tho latter tools, tocomplete kit of by Mrs, Mollie Sullivan. .This after- gether with a qunntitv of blasting powder, Sir Charles a pluckr individual w ho does his task well. Sir Cfiarles appears to noon the officers quietlv burrounded tho was found at their lendozvous, aud a largo take a lively interest in his chosen calling. house nnd a vigorous rap at the door and iniount of plundci. including .T0.00 woith n demand for admittance caused the wild- of papers, the rcsult of the recent Shemdt est commotion among tho gaug, but in an burglars, was recoveied vesterday from A Dangerous Counterfeit Dollar. instant tho door was opened bv officers under a pile of lumber near the NorthLa Ckosse, Wis., Feb. IU. Tiller Hen- who had been secretlv stationed insido tho western railioad bridge In the pockets of derson, of the La Crosso National Bank, house. The counterfeiters, thus trapped, 3ne of the men were a mmilier of "wild stood aghast, but were quickly placed unhas discovered a counterfeit silver dollar der arrest nnd marched to tho United ?at" bank bills and a memorandum eon-- , that is pronounced by all bank people m States Court. Their names are Richard tnining tho addresses of severalof business firms and complete descriptions the indangerous . Harrigan. Davo Morrison and John the city absolutely the mo of the stores. tho woman teriors and Tho men ever It is a stanuarci silver dollar i Guir. were all arranged before of the coinage of 1&1. The outside is sil-- hullivan McGuire plended Persons Poisoned. ver, and the die in even tubstnntinl par- - Commissioner Smith uguiai its viuar us iuo original. 11 iiujnii guilty, and was at once remanded to jail St. Loris Feb. 2. Alexander McLano, all microscopic tests. Tho ou.lv possible without bail, ins couteaerate. who Annie Rear-dothree children, vtneans of detection is by weight, it being pleaded "not guilty," were placed under wife and old lady, live andNo 91.1 North an at n itonds for a hearing Twenty exactly grains short of the and sixteen quarters, all newly made, along Ninth street. Thej nro very poor and standard and estimated about forty-threwith the dies, chemicals, and the entiro grains hort of the average. to the Provident Association Sunday outfit used in the manufacture of the for assistance. A quantity of coin meal stuff were captured and taken to tho was Foreign News. given them, which was made into marshal's office. 9 bread and enten bv nil six. Shortlj ufier-war-d Lo.ndo.v, Feb. 19. Sir Charles Dilke'a they were all taken sick tyid physiconstituency, with but a bundful dissentIndians May Not Sling Mail. cians called in said they were suffering ing, voted confidence in him. The Portupoisoning. The doctor from New Okleans, Feb. .IS. A special from thinks arsenical guese Ministry has resigned. Servia is the children will recover, though bo negotiating with Turkey for a uuion of Indian Territory says: Mrs. L Adair has does not feel justified yet iu pronouncing danger. Thero Bosnia and Servia similar to that of Bul- taken charge of the postoffice atTalle-- " tho three old people out of the poison get garia and Eastern Iloumelia. A Nihilist quah, displacing John W. Stapler, who had is nothing to idicate how circular has been discovered which dooms held the position for twenty years. Tho into the meal. to death certain prominent officials. Tho chance is occasioned bv tho decision of the Chancery court has authorized tho sale of Attorney General of the United States to Derailed and Burned. the Blenheim gallery in Juno. Senor tho effect that Indians are ineligible for HCFFviX), Feb. '22. A serious accident ocDel Castillo has been absolved by postmasters, not being citizens of tho tho Popo of all interdictions, nnd the Order United S'ates, Mrs. Adair is a whito curred this forenoon on tho Buffalo. New of Christ is conferred upon him. York and Philadelphia railroal, about woman, the wife of u prominent Indian. twelve miles north of Mt. Morris The An Ingenious Suicide. Whisky and Opium Do Their Work. train from Nunda to Rochester ran off tho tipped over New Feb. 1$. Gkand Haven, Mich., Feb. 19. John French Yor.K, was foundJean Lobossong. a track, and the forward conchpersons w ero cook, dead this morning nnd was burned Eighteen young man of twenty-eigDoyle, of Holland, a at his boarding house. No. 4W Fourth ave- in the coach, nnd nil were more or less seriyears, was found last night lying in nue. He bad committed suicide by in- ously injured, among them the Itev S. D. an ingenious manner. Tho Moxiev nnd wife, of Nundu, anil Georgo the street in an insensible condition appar- haling gas-iwas KailsUm nnd B. F. Coffin, of Mt Morris. He was accordingly gas jet in one corner of ently drunk. turned on full. Over the, burner on the Mrs. Moxiev is verv seriously, and Mr. taken to jail where it was found ho pipe was one end rubber Railstou and Mr. Coffin slightly hurt. ff an eight-fowas in a dying condition. Investigatube. This was run down tho side of tho tion showed that he had been drink- wall, nnd on the other end of this tube was Escaped Prisoners Recaptured. ing in company with several young men an iron pipe about long. Tho rubber during the evening, nnd every time he took was coiled ouco around the body of tha CutTiitGE, 'Mo., Feb. '22. --Sheriff Bailey a drink he was observed to wieoze a brow n dead man und tho iron pipe stuck in h:s bubstance' into his glass. This substance mouth. Then over all this was placed tho has returned from Dade County with afterward'proved to have been opium, but bed clothes and pillow. "When found he had (leorge Hamilton, James 'Williams, James four of tho the deadly poison was not recognized by evidently been dead two davs. He left a Fortune and James any of hut friends. Ho died during tho letter in French paying that "he was tired nine prisoners who escaped from jail hero Masters, night. of life and that he had been out of einploy- - AVednesday are still at tho murderer, and largo three others ment two weeks. A Week's Failures. Herders Killed by Apaches. New Youk, Feb. 19. Tho business fail A nro in Portland, lie., the other s ures occurring throughout; the couutry Sinta Fe, N. M.t Feb. IS. Eight day, played havoc with a men's furnishori the ranch of Solomon Luna, duringthe last seven days, as report ed to It. G. Dun & Co., number for tho United Valencia County, New Mexico, near tho ing store. Tho day following one of a 5, or a total of Arizona line, had a fight with the Apaches. gang of men "cleaning out the cellar States 251 and for Canada 1&6, as compared with 2io last week and All the herders were killed. Tho Luna saw a foot with stocking and shoe on The business casu- brothers, with two forces, mounted, have sticking from under a pile of black287 the week previous. alties in the Southern States and in Canada gone to tho scene of the fight. ened bricks. The men were much ex-- . . are.etill above the average. Nothing Like a Good Example. cited, and decided at once to send for a X Farmer Shot Dead from Ambush. Des Moixej Iowa, Feb. 18. A bill was coroner. "While one started for him, McLeansboko.Ili- -, Feb. 19. John ilann, introduced in the Senate yesterday prohib- another, bolder than the rest, took hold a wealthy farmer, was ambushed on tho iting teachers, members of college facul- of the foot and pulled it a little. The road near his home bv two unknown assas- ties, State and county superintendents and foot and leg rapidly came out of tho sins and shot dead from his horse. The members of the State Board of .Examiners, from using alcoholic and narcotic stimu- pile of bricks, and his companions scatmotive for the deed is a mystery. lants. tered, shouting: "He's pulled off one i of his legs." They were mistaken. Tho Flying ColHmns Through the Northwest Two Mothers Claim ttfe Same Baby. leg was made of papier mache, for tho OrrAWA,Feb. 19. Tho Government has dePittsburgh, PA.,Feb. IS. A singular caso purpose of advertising stockings and cided to send through tho Northwest a flying of mistaken identity was developed in tho patent gaiters. column composed of A and B Batteries, Criminal Court ilrs. Bauers apm and detachments from the cavalry and in- plied to the. Court yqsterday for a writ of fantry schools. An advance will probably habeas corpus to compel 'Mrs. Myers and Last Friday night a young man be Blade during the first week in ilarch. her husband to produce the body of a started out with a companion to "have General JOddleton wrill tnko command, Mrs. some fun." They sought their fun in and will, as far as iiossible, visit tho reser- Bauers claims thatchild in Court born at drinking-house- s vations where disaffection has already the City Home andthe child was and in getting drunk. that Mrs. Myers beea shows. from her with the promise that it During the search for fun, and in tho should be returned. This statement was progress of the drunk, one of them got RfHiriai the Andre Monument. corroborated by the N. Y., Feb. 19. Workmen began Hojne and some superintendent of the a knock on the head, died on Sunday, Tappaj; Bsrses. On the other and was buried yesterday. That was Mm work of restoring the iron fence around hand both Mr. and Mr,ltver8 swore posiUmAbcJ monument. It l understood tively that the child was' theirs and was the end of his fun; and another of tho (fcitlfeaatoaiM-wllI repaired, but that born at their house. TW called tho phy participant Is in jail, held upon susJiiitipU wtu aet icians and sereral Mlrbbors, who corrob In lt picion of homicide,' which may be no ?w!,i.d-&!- &n,JS5T- Trc Court c Ltdaert lacorporatlon or a Company to Test ItaussettV Vacuum scheme. Do Coli mucs, O., Feb. lis. It is announced that Prof. "Weber, of tbelCbair here of Agricultural Chemistry, State Univerdiscovsity, has just mndonn Kis . ul; Mia-'ou- ri Pest-hous- -- ob-je- ot Oili.-ml- s mtcr-mi-iiU- s, e. CALL, FOR BONDS. x e ir-lt- g-i- .:.: I I g ur n They Comprise Ten .Million Dollar Threo I'er Cents Maturing in April Next. Washington', I). C , Feb. 20 Secretary Mnnuing this afternoon issued a call for flO.OflO.OOO throoper cent, bonds of the issuo of lbs2, to mature Ajiril 1 next. The bouiU are numbered as follows- Fiftv dollars-Origi- nal 2o to original No. 297, linth incluNo original to and sive, 1,37", lotb original No. inclusive. One o. Hundrt'd Dollars Original 2.10S to original No. 2,Hss iKith inehiMve, and original No. 0.M-- to original No 9,79, Iwth inclusive. Five Hundred Dollars Original No. 1,052 to original Nd. 1.002, lwth inclusive, nnd original No 4.201 to original No 4.2(19, both inclusive Ono Thousand Dollur- s- Original No. 9.031 to originnl No. 9,lsv, both inclusive, and original No. Ten to No. 2vi.(sa, lotb Thousand Dollars Original No. Io.i59 to No. 10,11s, both inclusive. Total, 1 " i ",-- to-da- y THE BURIED AT NANTICOKE. IVnrs That. After All, lie Dead .Miner May Not lie Iteaeiieil. WiLKisnir.nr. Pa , Feb 21 Tho officers uro of tho Susquehanna Coal Cnmpan very much afraid that the men constituting the reco enug party at Slope No. 1 will, hours, quit within the next twent3-fou- r w ork. as the have reached verv close to the point of the cave m which there is great danger abend They have no means of escape should another rush of sand and lock come. Should they refuse to work it is probable that no other men can be found to take their places.therefore the tw eiit six bodies) of the miners who were entombed on December Is will forever remain in tho pit. I a r 00 cx-p- n eight-hou- d eight-hou- 1 hay-mo- Sad and Peculiar Affliction. O , Feb. 21. Hattio Stan ley, aged eight, daughter of Joseph Stanley, a blacksmith, is suffering w ith a disease that is attracting tho attention of tho medical fraternity. Two jears ago tho child, who possessed a bright intellect, affectwns attacked with rheumatism ing the heart to such an extent that it did not have sufficient iilnlitv to send the arterial blood to the extremities 1mm oino Her bauds and feet have lifeless, and the child is slow ding w'th dry gangrene. Ibefingeis of eaih baud 1 I6.-A- n grand-ohil-dre- u t.Wri m up to the knuckles are black nnd withe and her feet present a similar nppearniicj ine ( uiki iius suiiereu excruciating for the past fifteen mouths and look ward to death as the only relief. Thease is often met with in aged peo; this is the onlv ono known of sufferer was so young - m -- Fatal Encounter with Det n Kt., Feb 21 a ratal tui Journal specini suys LOHsWLLK, Safe-Blow- rs to-da- safe-blowe- rs lietw; took place near PuieMlle K man numed Lnuo und fivt men Turner, on Friday afti moon Thero an old feud existing between them Turners are celebrated as roughs nnd bat men. They were 111 ambush, hiding behind trees, wnen Liinc came uioug ine roan, nnd thoy all fired upon him Lane sa one of the'Turners step from behind a tree, and shot him dead Almost immediately afterwards Lane fell, his body being pit reed by several bullets. 1 -- con-hide- rs snfe-bIowin- g Frozen to Death in Michigan. . Mil ii., Feb. 21 Yesterday John Kennedy aud a man numed Ityau set out for a neighlvonng mine, about six miles nway Ryan was very thinly clad and soon liegan to suffer terribly from the mteuo cold. Kennedy took huh on his shoulders and carried him for two miles, but his own suffenngs aud exhaustion compelled him to drop his burden Almost dead himself he was barely able to find help, which arrived too lato to tesctie Ryan, whose dead bodv was found by tho loudside. Kennedy will probably survive, although badly frozen. Negu-nee- Mc-ee- n. A M 1 ser's Miserable Death. 21. John-bOt- S-- n, lorty-seve- half-dolla- rs o ajv-ph- ed bo-p- us P . Feb. Henry i, a bachelor and hermit, about fifty fears of age. living in Hast Pcrkiomen. this -oiinty, died jestenlny. leaving considerable relit estate and money. Johnson was so miserly that he would not allow himself the neces'sary comforts of life. During tho i ecent told weather his feet were so badly frozen that the soles of them became mortified and fell off Other portions of his body were also badly frozen. ICor.itisTOWN, Ca-nov- as Hsiutisnt no, I'., Feb. 21. Yesterday morning, w bile four men and a boy were attempting to cross the Susquehanna, the boat capsized nnd the four men drowned. The boy succeeded in climbed to the boat, and wns rescued about two miles below. The names of the unfortunate men areas follows: John and Frank Mast, aged eighteen ami twenty, respectivel . Lewis Ditnch and Charles Mat hies The lad wbowns saved was a sou of Mat hies. Mine Explosion. AVr., Teh. 21. An in No. 3 mino at Almy Four Men Drowned. ht n ot occurred yesterday. Fifteen men were burned, one severely. Nobody was killed. Fort)- - nfen were in the mine. Fifteen days ago the meh left tho mine on account of gas, but were persuaded to go back. There wns not pis enough to wreck the mine, though the men wero blown thirty feet. Tho fire lasted half u minute. Death of to-da- y. Evanstov. explosion Filsom. Ex-Senat- or sheep-herde- rs G. Xeh . Feb 2L M. Filsom died while sitting iu u chair on His age was the steps of his house sixty-siyears. Paralyzed by a Fa'l. PAnKr.Bsni no, "VV. Va., Feb. 21. John E. Stuck, a prominent citizen of Newburg, W. stepVn.. while walking to Sunday-schooped on a rolling stone, which threw him to the giound nnd injured his spinal column. In a short tune the lower half ot his body was entire") paralyzed. His back is broken, nnd his injuries are considered fatal. x m m m l, Experierce. Mich., Feb. 21. Edward Ashley, while asleep, left his berth on a tram, at the town of Atter liffe. Mich., and walked oft tho rear platform. Ho was not injured, nnd walked to tho station nnd was provided with clothes, having left tholerth in bis night shii t. A Somnt-mbulist's DtrritOT, to-da- y. m ld dit Its Head in Its Stomach. Villa Ric, Ga., Feb. 21. Mr. 15. J. Garrison brought to town yestei day a calf's head taken from its own stomach. Tho calf when born was perfectly formed except a bead. "Where the neck should have been un ear nppeared. Some ono suggested that the head might be inside, and upon, cutting the calf open tho head was found m there. . gi l u Mr, urf Un. Hrr5- - t o;ed forty ycors, an Englishman by' birth, and at one time charged with forging the famous Morcy letter In IbSO, died tbt tsorm inj? Daath of Kenward Ph !p. New Youk, Feb. 21. Kenward PhilPt fun for himuPiatUlshU ht rssidese? la KrecWyni threats of a gigantic monopoly. The Republicans Stood In Bell Company confederat-ewith the "There "?i I'lmt S.I...I..,. LnuUtllle I.eilf Tobacco IurWet, 1S00 on the yuestioa of "Executlie Western Union and with every selfish Veb- tturleu. Dark mul Ilea ii. pet.tlon- or reckless force inimical to the Adrm-- h I'owcr." a 00 ''a presented pray. Common lugs a 4 &o 3 twp i W Washington dis- ministration, started out with the ex Judging from C iVi 0 (U J&V rep(' of he 4 4 00 Medium, lugs...,' illicit menace that it would politically fcena AgMaKOn offered a 6 2. 7 M patches, ono of the moStociferousand 4 2.yaffTO rcsolufen calling Good lug9 kill any public man who dared to chal6 007 ID 4b 5 00 if0, "tlon ulKMit Disti ict Common leaf.. i j-- J!? of Mr- - Edmunds' J M 9 60 Jiorough-goin- g offlaoM A favorable teptrt was Medium leaf... lenge its prerogatives or obstrnet its 00 9 Good leaf. 7 Wlp S 50 iraiijnt,tlio HoiiFf bill authopzine tlio Selections , in tho content pf the Senate designs. Its entire crusade is aimod to 34 (10318 00 00R10 50 " .cTt't1 tj ,1,c Pccrotnry ofihoTreas. with the rresideutji is General John divert attention from the true issue. It k to nc- - as Tn u.urcr or tho I'roceedlng of the Legislature. Logan, the son of thunder pointed a thousand finjrers at GaYlaad LB FllAKKrOKT, Feb. 15. Sexate. The (lov- Alexander of the Treasurer hUhe " and with a thousand" voices mosHy umft'ff!!S?st TieuMirei. An auifiidiucnt rrnor. in neconlmioe with k reouost made nv from Illinois, who never! willingly lets This is Credit ill &,. d,t,.v" "l.t flaswns ugrceii tho General Assembly, seut In a copy of nil I Blip a chance to litt un his voice and venal exclaimsd: V.',11 recommiUid for further contracts with Mason, Fonrd J: Coles'ccs oft injmm over again. He holds stock . I iHAHal T rtl oy senator noies-tha- cryaloim. !liS3mW',l y , educational bill tho penitentiary. A motion jogan 13 in the rival concern. It is a llagrant iinvew. Illllr mul llwln,. tho documents be piloted and referred to the Committee on Penitentiary was one of the mot strenuoiw upholders of scandal in high places. Let this suit be offered n joint .J. ?rj:?fi resolution Tns adopted rcquest- - adopted. Mr. J. It. W. Smith appointment 01 the right of the Senatoato investigate tried before the ordinary tribunals." resolution providing ror tuo It seems to be legitimate criticism lfl reference to th- law two Senators and three Itepresentatlves to the President';! reasons f6r suspending h1' Vttorney General to brlmr suits visit, examine and report, upon the conditions ltepublican in inter- and a plausible proposition, but what ctnjBr-a(eresto Mr. Illapcs free coliiuirc of the various asylums in thobtate. The hllljval?javcis reported und placed on the olution was referred to tho Committee on views with numer9us correspondents does it really imply? No stnglo rival colefcSaW A l 1H W!I3 n ,mr,ji.l f,t., I.a 'rttM. Charitable Institutions. Tho Senate took tin he manifests a llspo.iyn to insist on company nor combination of companies j .A'fia .ii.v w of tho Hou?e poison bill. U V; .?'ncc :iuthori7inK thi coitatruc-"J,n'Si- ti" the discussion all preparations of morphine all the rtehte whieh?a extreme in- - can in an ordinary civil process test the remiiros that ''..Jtahtnlircaentstlio mid opium shall bo inclosed in n paokHkA' terpretaliou of thaFrf isions of tho fundamental point involved that of A bill was reported prk. wrapper, with tho nampof tt.4 hc I'nltcd States with ecarlef printed acfRfar upon the allegejljfjri'uil.sFurthjBrmoro. jhgs-oj- t of 5. prvpnration inplam vjj(te lottorsJa Jsttoffie imiib.wH 7 RnelWWwompaTU.llRiU'iitJilvial jiiK-3Wrt5- . word "nolson." No ohicction,noiTCierfi . rasTnin' rcenl pxhinit tblhe NewOrlenns K.p:,silion i no 0111 nna u was passcu. wrr senator iiarns t. wa bilked cm r ilit morning hour for the rwcL" WvadlH er-t- ' srirf r fl.nTMIIClI tUO hill nrnrl.llfl. t. Ih. r,r,,i, veariu-j-narl- i b Its opponents 'J h F second time Penitentiary receivetl n littlo attention, but pendimr, Gfheral Lojrau was a member definitely, t, win t jcr tor and Poi Jcr lull was discussi-' nnd in the meantime canes PC" postponed Culchconn-iins- t 'c!. k ulnnare the subject wasndjotirurd until until oi tt.p House, and his views upon the and the Senate 7 p in cess was takn until The in.lit Senatorial prerogatives act heavier and heavier tribute from a wiW 1 idircd to ileUito the IitzJohu Horse Tho Senate resolution that the propria of the public which ha? no redress. The Senate and House go into joint session ThuM were exactly opposite to those which telephone has become in cities a comPorter cae da morning at 11 o clock to t lect a Pnbi.c he holds now. AV sitiOTnv. Frti. 17 Si rr Hills are aid ot education in the suites. printer nnd binder. After debate the rcsolu At that tune General Logan fought mercial necessity, yet inventors unfor the tvction ol Hsiiitnhlemnnii- - tlon was adopted. Mr. Hoswell has btfore manner the passage of barred out from improving it Commit!' o on Judlciari a bill giving lo a in his nicutut nriiiiijriou, I) c., to (ieni ral I. S. tho slcian a fee of S 100 for werfor ruing a no e Grant. act, and in less they dispose of their improvements, rlaie for tho nh' present mortem examination on a body supposed to the rao-purpose Jt'd cutt I, nnd profiles for a comholding stentorian tones demanded ite to the hungry octopus so ferot law os it novel been hue only poisoned. The such services, and his mission of tllleeetlators and three member tho original patents. Why s ten dollars for paj abolitton. His ideas upon the necessity to contract ol the House of monument. for the Hills no physician of ability will undertake work of of a total change iu the incumbency of ciously resist a fair, speedy aud final ltctcrrcd tho character for so small a fee Mr. noswell To authorize pasted: the in test of the validity of that patent? This ot the capital crease stock thinks they ought to be paid f 100. Tho House the olliees were embodied in the followCommittee on Criminal Laws has ngreed lo ing resolution, which he sent to the is a view of the matter that has begun ot tlirCittfcns' National Hank of Itnsvilli report unanimously in favor of the passage Ky.. to sum nt t fxeceditijr one million dolto have to impress itself on some of our most of the Senate bill lars: t9I'rolde for the m uleni'-n- l of the es- gambling house tod daring tho keeping of u Speaker' i desk and asked vehement contemporaries during tho be a felony. passed: tates of deceased Ktcknpoo Indians (n tho FnNKFOKT, Feb IB Sr. tk. Hills Mate of Kansas The iili iiruv lilia for the Judges past few days. Nobody has yet had That all c viloITleo. except those of . allotment of IhimIih sevemlt) to the liidhins Resolution inquring whether tho Attor-ne- j of tho t'n t d States Courts that were illleJ by the hardihood to even" insinuate that was taken up. I tit at 'J o'clock it went over, t General had instituted suit against ltnlph uppo.nt.nent b the Pre3 his of the LnttcJ and consideration of tho education t.ili ras Sheldon, lute Register of the Ijind Office, States, bv and w.th too consent of the S nate. Secretary Lamar was influenced in resumed V ithout further dehalo the St and if so, as to nil fun connected Iherewlih. t before the tth of March, ls., shill bo vacant decision by any improper motive. They agreed to the nuieudiniiit proposed hy Hill to amend and redute into all acts relat- on the JOth day of June, 1S6?. uo not even attack Garland except by the Education Conimittee striking out the ing to the town of Carrs Hie. In Livingston He denounced in round terms the implication. He simply did what any fpecisl nppropriatioii for sihooi tin 'dinjrs County. Hill to amend and reduce into one proposed was u An Mcndiiif-n- t town of I'arllngton, power which the present Tenure-of- upright judge woufd do under similar afrreed to all acts In relation to debate providing to w;tht appropriated by that none of the Hopkins County. HI ithe amend the charter ........ law could irivo tho Senate circumstances he refused to act in a ......... . . the hill should he of the Central Passenger Railroad VIII 11.11 . r inoney . caso in which he was personally interImiiI to n Mate until its Ipiuti.re should ie of Among other things be nam of Louisville. Hill to prohibit the s Mr Hccept the Iirtu is onsof tht hil' one mile of Ma) Held, fira-.et oine llouors in for itseir becoming ested. The Senate now -to Inn t the ioiicjr tj . The Jsennte agreed to House amendments inondmi the executive branch of tins Oovornmout, so Let Garland go or stay as may fcc, pomgto cspIi Mate to its pioportion of illit- to the following: Hill Ititorporating the far as reappo utlng su'ponded officers is lx)tveen the ages ot ten and men for is erates und Illinois Bridge Compaii. ltesobi Office bdl. ' it tho Tenure of tho power the Government Bellresponsible aud tho He thought it proper to make this lions In regard to asking Federal appropriatho monopoly, then pending doubly gives them existence of the limitation heotifo tho ohjt ct of the approtion for locking and damming Licking river. which th have wrenched from the co Government must, with reasonable priation should bo to reach nnd remedy tho HoLsr. The Straus bi to require the counbrainjhc-- of tlieGovernm ntin rCieronce ignorance Unit was r mcdlabie not that ties to support their own pnuper idiots cntrto to putroiuge 1 do not claim that th s is a proof of fraud set befoTe it, review its m li.cli was irremediable. The number ot per- up. and was diecusced length Mr. Myers contept for patronage, but It is a struggle for sons couttituting the class of remediable offered an amendment atwhich was adopted, power on tho part of the Senate, and nothing own action. This is tho pith of tho il.iturates in any Stntc should be the onlj requiring the city of Covington to maintain else Although I have masntumel this law caso X. Y. Graphic. cla that would entitle the btute to a propor- the Idiots living within its limits and the alio Tonurojf Office set of 1SR. for which tho tion ot his money. county of Kenton pay for those living within Tcnuruot-OUic- e act now iu lorco and thon TREASURY RAIDS. House. Hills were reported granting tho Its limits outside of Covington. Mr. pendlnir is a substitute) to bo constitutional; (ranking privilege to Mrs Grant; accepting KUbstituto requiring the state to pay although I have argued in favor or its constl-tu- t grant ioi the construction ol the Illinois and too for each idiot, instead of $75 now paid, onallty. jet I hive believed and beliovo The Attempt, Through Pennlon Hill, to Missis lrpi lti r and Increasing the aud the counties nothing, was voted down. now that it was pied for h purpose: not Capture "the Soldier Vote." apMr. Thompson's substitute reducing the ptnInn?or deafness. Ihlls were passed it was dem inded by tho constitution, The figures which are given in a letfor money order clerks, propriation from $71 per year to ?3" per year but becuu'o thoro was a necessity for It itbo rcdneinf the charge for money orders, nnil lor each idiot was adopted and became tho Itepubl can necessity of bull rasrglng Andrew ter from Commissioner Black to Mr. protecti-homestead settlers The Fitz original bill, and the vote on its passage stood .Iohnon). Having onco been passed the John 1'Jrter bill was debated by Kellv. nro determined, seeing how well thoy can Randall, chairman of the Appropriajeas, 13- nujs, 37, and the bill was pasod. never to glvo Thomas, l urttn and Weber. At 3.10 p. tn. the FiiANkroitT, Feb. 17. Sen Tn. Mr. Harris hold that power in their tunds,tney tions committee, relative to the cost of give again mat House idjouriud. offered a joint resolution for the appoint it upyou will lor rear glvo it back into it up their tho schemes now proposed for Connever now it 'VAsinviros. I'tb. ment of n committee to inveMigate the jiaims wei e presented and referred Among charges relating to the Last, rn Lunatic As)- uitin. these was one 'o abolish the Presidency. A lum Adopted. Senator Han is bin pr AidGeneral Logan, in the last part of gressional action in regard to increasreport Irom the Judiciary Committee, with ing for the future management of the penithe pension list are simply astoundresolutions, was presented bj Senator tentiary was called up again. First, a. joint the foregoing quotation, "gave" the ing tilth toiideinned the action or tho res lutlon bv Senator Havs that it committee secret of the passage of the present ing. They afford a striking exemplifiAttorno Gi in refusing certain pai era from both the houses lie sppomtcd to cone act "away." The cation of the thoughtless way in which called for, and deilared it to be the sider the Warden question, was adopted. representatives were al- wild plans are mooted on sentimental duty it tho Senate to withhold It. W. Smith offered u substitute tor Republican Its Mr J. advice and cogent to proposed it niowil of that of Senator llnys. Jt also provides lor a most unanimous in favor of repeal, filccK in cases where papers nrt withheld. or other like grounds, without any conJoint committee, and empowered it to report deration of the educational bi was rc-- a bill for solving the difficulties connected and, of course, the Democratic represideration of the enormous expenditure Mp"srs Ingalls and Coke opposed . with tho Warden question. Mr. Clay off reel sentatives were to a man. So were asure. and Mr Itlddlobergor sujiport- - a substitute to the latter It provides that Sherman, Morton, Yates and others of to be thereby entailed. It is fair tc of three harts took the Hoor. when, on the committee shall be composed This last the Senators. But Trumbull, Edmunds suppose that if the data for the calcuMr Alli'on. the Penatt went into Senators nnd five Ueprccntatlves adjourned was adopted Mr Holes, inn ver) feeling and Conkling were strenuous for main- lation of the cost were within tho isisslon, and iiftcrwards jMr ruidla's appointment on tho speech, asked that threo wore Senators bo taining "the dignity of the Senate," knowledge of the authors of such currency 1 oniiuuiee wns nu- - adited to the committee appointed to Investischemes, and were duly considered in his toiniutitee 011 l'acinc null- - gate the charges nguinst givenmnrulit), und and holding on to all the powor they regard to their practicability, they thcjowerto had got into their hands; and they bill to compel the IMcltlc that the committee be nltetl States tho amount compel witnesses to nnswer nil questions. of the would never be submitted. Tho The Senate granted both requests, nnd tho were able to cautfool a majority itd. AIloiiP1 rM, The inquiry of the chairman of tho g ..nf-r- a that the law irr WfirMouIjitaU hurl cgrM,te report tes? ,s considered irftoria4Qi.cflriimittea had referuntil' tho wcv tttyijwoiit) ence to two point? not ennrges won witaour ruut!Jon. tho morni :ig hour, wnen tnnt tno firstr astotnecowcontmuo to occu- nt. Clay and John Porter b'H was taken Senators py the line nouse. xnat promise resulting from the extension of timo jnitleecf the whole Mes-- r' Phelps, detl to the committejo. iVnnsjivitiiiii, war-iHocsk. Mr. Tliompsonoffereei a resolution was kept. No attempt was made to for tiling applications for pensions unerst, Curtfu Wisconsin, spoke In. that tho session of the Legislature bo urd Ilriu-g- . der the acts of January and March, closing the debate. be onei the constitutional limit of CO enforce the law until Mr. Cleveland berTtlii bill, the latter 1879, and second, as to the probable n, of Michigan. sKke tu opjoi- - days. Quite a number of resolutions providcame President. rt teller cost of repealing the limitation in reout ing for afternoon und evening sessions were A motion to recommit aim Messrs, Hoar, Dawes, Cullom, Hale, ,,... i .. rlrtii nITt v 11f? also offered. All the resolutions were referto filing applications under thoso iii'u ..I., j. j o..1.,.j it. i - una t nfml .... .... ... In .. iu 171; najs, 112. ral to the Committee on Hules. Rills intro- Conger and Allison were members of gard The Commissioner shows that The bill final!) puscd-ve- as. acts. Reduced: Fixinir salaries as follows: Covernor. House adjourned. At 5:13 p m the the House with Logan and are now rt.WH; Secretary of State $1,200; iinvutc Si. VTt. An Wasims,GTo.,. Feb 1 They tho cost resulting from the extension fieirretarv to tho Oovernor. Jsrti: clerk in publican Senators with him. rd to the killing of Captain in regit Register of Land acquiesced in his remarks anil voted of time referreel to in the first branch Sl.OiO; rawford b) the Mt nans, embodied in a Treasurer's oilice. judge of tho Court of ApJl.Hn); each was refcrcd to the Committee on Office, J.i.S'O; Judges with him in favor of repeal. Holding of the inquiry has amounted Into regard up to July 1, 1885. Foreign Affairs. At 2 p. in. Mr Kv urts spoko peals.judges or tho of the Circuit Courts.,-ttX)- ; such opinions in 1869, which, by the Superior Court, 53.001; jn the Illnlr educational bill, beinir followed judges of the Common Pleas Courts, gi'.ooO; to the second branch of tho inquiry ho Genway, are the simple truth, how do y Ingalls, Wilson and Harris The debato school Getioml. was closed bv tho latter for the da., and nt Adiutant proves ilSMX To amend the tax eral Logan and the others above named says that if tho limitation as to timo that In addition to laws. It by the acts referred to be rer.lj p. m thu Senate vu nt into eei utive now raised by law for common school pur- justify their present course? An ex- imposed adjourned at .'.10 p ui. each voter in tho planation is in order if they have one moved, all pensions will begin at dato poses, a heail tax of Kelley (Pa.i obtained leave to fctate shall bo Imposed ?2 on collected. HOUSK. Mr. and j of the soldier's discharge, and that tho nve printed in the Kecord a rev iew of tho . to give. Foam-fortFeb. 1?. :etlmouy in the Fltz John Porter cae. A erick. of tho Committee Sk.vvte. Mr Fred-- ' j The doctrine which Senator Sherman result will be an increased charge on on Agriculture ami proposition bv Mr Wheeler A la.i, to print a the treasury of S75.000.000, to pay penthe favorably to by review of Holts review wns objected tenderi- Manufacture, reportetl trustees for on Ag- asserted to be true in 18G9 that all the (over or's nominee's of the Mr. Steele ilnd.i A Joint resolution, important ollices ought to be in the sioners now on the roll; and he estiMechanical College. The-ng the thanks or Congress and the ricultural and D. Uancy, Christian County: hands of members of the party in power mates that the number who would bo trustees are J. a medal to Joseph pn sentatlon of L. I) Rradford, Kenton County, it ml it is true now. The President has cer- entitled to be entered on the roll would r rallies, was passed On the tirst bill on the S. County. Spurr, Fajetto of Mr Scott il'it.) offered an that private calendar Wul- tainly been moderate in making increasepension charge to $302,836,200; Mr. adopted. report vas unendment which gave him an opportunity Hie claims would swallow to reconsider the bill changes, and there is no tenable ground that is, adlace moved to deliver u sllvi r speech, defending the which was passed some time ago, making s ministration. He was followed bv Mr. for maintaining that any greater ne- up, in effect, thq whole revenue of the bribery at elections punishable by confine(O.) in anothtr silver spctch. which was Government. tho penitent nry. The motion was uiiiileln spite of all objections. At 4.4.p in. ment in anil the bill was made uspeclal onler cessity exists for tho enforcement of the This is the cist of the Commissioner's e act than existed then, the House took ii recess until 7pm During ailop'etl, n 2i. Mr. Martin offereel a r ! niirlit session neiismn bills for February concerning tho rights all these gentlemen were in favor statement. It is directeel with all tho nuking ot certain when iverepassiil. and at t.:Wp. in. the House adcitizens to receive pay for slaves impressed of abolishing it, beeaiise it might bo force which a plain statement of figjourned until Tuesday. into the service eif the United States during made to hamper the President in tne ures can command against such reck i. tho war Tho resolution was referred to the English Press Kindly Note the Day. Committee on Federal Relation1. Senator exercise of the executive power which less propositions as that of Mr. Browne, Harris' penitentiary bill came in for another rightfully belonged to him. The fol- of Indiana, who desires to remove the Feb. 22. Appropriate referLoxdow share of attention, and several speeches were lowing was the ences to the anniversary of Washington's language of one of the present limitation of the mado. Senator Hryun then moved that the act to January 1, 1886. The journals. Tho I ortion of Senator Harris' bill giving south leaders of the Republicans of the House jirthday appear in This was defeated by struck Americans of y S3A)l- 19 to 10. out.vote was taken on Sena-a- in 1SG9, which General Logan, Senator-Hoa- r cost of carrying this scheme into effect atanthinl compares the of unfavorably with the character of the voteHarris' bill asA by Senator D. II. and Dawes and the rest indorsed: would be something over .$300,000,000. tor they are celebrating. Smith. Seventeen amended votes were cast for it and ' We liavo now liifnn ns a nrooosltlon to If Mr. Browne had taken the cost into aien whoso niemorv eleven again t it. It failed to pass for lack clothe the Senate with power to contractile account it may reaelily be believed he Vou will bear m mind that this is the of tho American haters, nnd seldom oi a constitutional majority apKintmenu ma.lo bv tho Executive. Now. adHoi'SK. Phil Thompson's resolution to l tiold that it is against the princlplej of this would have long hesitated before aas a good woid for unything on that side tho ocean. Most ot the otner papers proiong tne session oi ine iegiaiiiiurt; emeu Government that its executive officer shall bo vancing so extravagant a proposition. if pronounce the customary eulogy on the lorth a number of peeehes this morning. A called iiK)ii to do worlc when ho can not conTlie truth is anil these figures lctud-l- y was ordered for the pu trol independent or tbo officers to do that hero of the Revolution, and dwell in friend- call of the House the resolutlon.the constituemphasize it it is high time to call Execupose of voting on work Whv elo I prefer the ly terms upon the vastness of the State ho majority tive to the Seinate? Tho Executive Is respon- a halt in regard to further extravagant tion provhling that a founded. before sible. Anv otlicer can bo called before him shall be necessary. The locking the doors showed ill members pres- mul the Executive can say to him: "Why do legislation for tho benefit of pensionlarge number the fur- you do this.'" An r?nresentative of tho peo ers. no nation in uistorv nas acieu so of Habeas Corpus Dismissed, ent. In view of that Dalton's Writ ther call was dispensed with Mr. Itlukey ple can call an unworthy otucsar to account liberally as ours toward its disabled CiSCIN'nvti, Feb. 22. Judge "VVylio has witbdrew bis amendment fixing the tlfteen-ei.- Itifow tho President Hut tho Senate sits soldiers. What was generously given was limit, Jecidcd at Coluir.bus that Dan Pmltrm must Thompson and tho etewhich taken on Mr. the e, one Senator being a shield for another was passcu by Vou go to a Sector und s.iy: "Why was not it does not now begrudge, but mains resolution, produce the retunis from Precinct A. a vote of 70 to 23. this man turned out?" The answer is: "Oh. tains and paj-- faithfully. Not only Fourth Wuid. Cincinnati, before the House FitANKioiiT, Feb. 13. Sexate. The peni- thoSeiuto refuseel to turn him out." Eich Senator is able to in ike tho same answer to has the vast and expensive machinery Investigating Committee or go to jail for tentiary bills were called up, and af bir such an Inquiry, you can hold no man re- of a great bureau been called into exw nmgllng all the substitutes and thirty days. Dalton will go to Columbus w ith the returns. amendments were voted down, and then tin sponsible. for the thorough consideration Harris bill wns paseel It allows Warden By the constitution, the Senate has istence South his back salary from the time he vw j the rigiit to advise and consent, or to cf every case which should be presentThe Greek fleet has gone to Euboea. reinovetl, and gives nbsolute jiowor to ".? ed, but, .lest any deserving claimant Adjutant to Emperor commissioners to remove the warden anil refuse to advise and consent to the should be ncelected, the time for GrvLiui. Hen to other ofhecrs. The House resolution President's nominations. When they making application to share in the NaWilliam, of Gel many, is dead. extend the present session was tho of Tun Meininger nctors of London will taken up ami s lost for vote.wantEightthe consti- undertake to no further, and seek to tion's beneficence has been amply exsenators interforo with his rijrht of removal, as. tutional shortly make a tour of America. of generous money-lim- it were absent, and when they return the resounder the lead of Mr. Edmunds, the tended. Theregard has been reached. TiiElnfnntaEulalia is confined to her lution will probably bo adopted. and grateful Housk. In i ho House a nutnl cr of privat-bill- s Republican Senators are seeking to do bed with an attack of sore throat, accomIn tho matter of pensioning its diswere passed. now, they are overstepping the constipanied by fever. Tho date of her marriage abled soldiers or their dependent surtutional boundaries of their power, and vivors, tho Nation has dono its duty. has been postponed. Miscellaneous Items. the the President will be Perky Jenkins got two years for per- Country in his refusal sustained by with Congress has other duties to which its have sent a final note to Tun Powers to comply Greece before blockading the Greek fleet in jury, and "Warren Gilbert the same for robattention is invoked by tho most patri their demands. is not enough Salamis Day. bery, at Nicholasvillo. not be forgotten that Sen otic considerations. It is reqwsite also It must to regard the past. It A srECiAL to the Louisville Courier-Jou- r ators Sherman, Ailisou, Hoar, Dawes, to secure the present and to provide He was natural, vou Know, nal says: that I should be attracted to you." wounded by his father, John Lile.the noted Cullom, Logan. Hale .and Conger are for the future. v. on record as protested believers in the She (shyly)- -" Indeed! Why?" He in every new pension An evil Green County desperado, near Liletow n. right of the President alone to control proposal feature demagogic spirit " Well, you know, your brother studied Tho son upbraided his father for gettin,-druis the removals, anel that law in the same office with me, and wo and misti eating his family, anel thi the solemnly declared Senator Evarts which it inevitably awakens. Congressthat the Interwere admitted to the bar te'jgether." latter shot his boy in the back whilo he was has vie with each other in propoundference of thc Senate in such matters men absurd plans for increasing penBut what had that to do with ringing the bell for dinner. ing is unconstitutional. Yet they are now me?" He "Why, don't you see. I if they wero Newton Cakpentek's horse shieel with right of the Senate to re- sions, which, bankrupt the carried into looked upon him as a brother-in-law?- " treasury of bank seventy-fiv- e yards almost asserting the him overa effect, would Republican She (blushing) "0! I see." He perpendicular near Owingsviile, yet the store suspended the United States. Of course, many of to office. Circumstances alter de jure, as it rider escaped with a broken leg. "Yes, a brother-in-lanot even seriously intended, cases with them, and all regard for them are real object is to ensnare and were. Now 1 propose that he shall bo Cmlla Feukand, a Danville colored and their a brother-in-lade facto as well." woman, died of religious excitement going consistency is llung to the winds. Bos- capture what is known as tne soituer ton Globe. Then ho slipped the engagement ring from chnrch. vote. But, like all insincere issues, they AVm. Steel, fireman, died at Louisville, on her finger and their heads came exercise a delusive effect on the publio THE PITH OF THE CASE. close together, and the parian cupid on a few uays ago, irom an overdose ot mormind, and a belittling intluence on pothe mantel looked as if he was about to phine. Wicked KfforU of the Kelt Telephone litical methods. En Cooxev anel John Kcown shot each Monopoly to Divert Attention from the clap his wings and crow. The time has come for answering other fatally, at Havvesville, quarreling lte.il Issue. 9 m with a decided negative every proposiCremationists have now become over Coonoy'o desertion of Keown's sLster, As the Graphichns repeatedly said in tion to increase the pension charges of numerous enough to warrant the pub- to whom ho was engaged relation to the telephone controversy the Government whether tho proposilication of a magazine devoted to their Tueue was quite an excitement at the tion is inspired by demagogisra or corinterests. Tiis magazine states that Cabot Street School, Newport, n few days now violently raging, it does not mat- ruption. Congress has done its full in America there are two cremation ago, caused by the turning over of a stove , ter the toss of a button whether Attorney-G- duty by the soldier, let-i- t now tnrn its Garland goes or stays, so endeavor to doing its full duty to the furnaces completed, three soon to bo in Miss Graham's room. It seems that one eneral built, and ten societies besides those of the legs of the stove had fallen off, aud far as the intrinsic merits of the caso peopled Washington PoiL while the fire was being stirreel up it tipped owning the crematoriums. concerned. The main and essential over. A large can ot ooiimg water, w men are .A Vow Orleaus iudjro tho othei .ij. on tuo stovo at tho time, wa, nuestion is whether the United States Sir Henry Thompson, tho eminent was sitting scalding a young lad Government is to be suessfa ly bul-G- u dav sent a monkey to jail In detault of nawed thrown off, trial. ff London surgeon and scientist, insists ed anddriyen from a perfectly legal ball bond for pperaacJ WHltumi -- nd Kutis ruff, that men over fifty years old should 0, .Puayvn ( orgaouud clamor Ii Sfci fWiyn . TII CONGRESS. THE COMMONWEALTH. ANOTHER Fth ING. ,CUJS.-orSllvnna- Jfthv0' Of h'eu-tenan- td SOTi-1- 7-Si- 1 "-- - lie-bilieri- sra inui,iao Jt.?l,a i t wu-th- en ! - ou1cc-holders,a- - Arthur-kllkv..g- e lim.i.ii .,.,, - trr-r..--. AfOlllt3-WI-VUAV- .C mtUmmim S; orerfriarv-8uit-wforf ," - ir- - - .fcr x v J? 2j . - r rrzr a3rS7MJ--'JT 'MSggj.St, V"" 'wm-7 A '" - rt i; il 1 1 1 Tenure-of-Oflic- Itepit-entutiv- ert pus--tt- l I I dc-i- I I . a Ifs-all- s i pro-vi- con-wne- ordl-na.- e 1 , -- Nes-bitt- '8 1 g Sen-a'- o - lS-S- r.s I Tenure-of-Oflic- 1 eia ...' - i. .. str-K- I $259,-873,9- 72 esol-itio- ses-lio- n. c ' (Jed-'c- , Tenure-of-Oflic- fortv-fou- reso-lotio- Arrcars-of-Pensio- ns 's - to-la- , or-?a- n , -- two-thir- roll-cal- l, ij i s le i k. two-third- - M "It nk She" ollicc-holde- rs 41 w w r ij , m ;e' I -- - - w aaWririJy rsdttca their daily di4. ud ,,&; iSv .. SA I" , -- ' 2L' A X rrsU..-sa-- r -rS!. :1s - " PlWW8MtaBteaft,T.-f,a- e r,,. -- A. ik.- - .rvjr.-iT2r., ". m&BFgir , .-- J. -- ' - - sjP. ! V r TALMAGE'S SERMON. Sixth Discourse of the Series on "The Marriage Ring." Christian man cracking his palais royal gloves across the back by shutting up his hand to hide the one cent he puts into the poor box! A Christian woman at to Morals Evil Effects Dress as Related the story of the Hottentots crying copiof Improper Attire The lsponalblllty dollar handous tears into a twenty-fiv- e of the SU(t for IU Cnilress Uniform Parade. piece kerchief nnd then giving a two-ceto the collection, thrusting it down under tho bills so people will not know but it Rev. T.DeWitt Talmage took for the gold piece. One hundred was a abject of his sixti discourse of the series dollars for incenso to fashion two cents Marriage Ring" "Costume and on "The for God! God gives us ninety cents out of Morals," taking for his text: every dollar. The other ten cents, by Moreover the Lord said: Because tb command of his Bible, belong to him. Is are naugfcty and walk daughters of Zlou not God liberal according to this tithing with stretched. forth necks and wanton sj'stem laid down in the Old Testament-- is eyes, walking and mincing: as they go, and not God liberal in giving us ninetj cents making tinkling with their feet. In that ". out of a dollar when he tnkes but ten. We day the Lord will take away the bravery of do not like that. We want to have ninety-nin- e tbelr tinkling ornaments about tbetr feet, and their cauls, and their round tires like cents for ourselves and one for God. the moon, the chains, and the bracelets, and Now I would a great deal rather steal the muffler:, the bonnets, and the ornaments ten cents from you than God. I think one of the leys, and the headband, and the tabreason why a great many people do not lets, and the suits of apparel, and ths man get along in worldly accumulation faster ties and the wimples, and the crisping pins, is because they do not observe this divine the glasses, and the tine linen, and the hoods, rule. God says: "Well, if that man is not and the vals. Isaiah ill., 16. 18 zL satisfied with ninety cents out of n dollar, This is a Jerusalem fashion-platIt then I will take tho whole dollar, and I puts us 2,000 years back, and sets us down will give it to the man or woman who is in an ancient city. The procession of men honest with me." The greatest o stacle and women is moving up and down the to charity in the Christian Church y gay streets. It is the height of the fashis the fact that men expend so much on ionable season. The sensible men and their table and women so much on their women move with so much modesty that dress they have nothing left fnr the work they do not attract our attention. But of God and tho world's Letterment. here come the haughty daughters of Jerushould be a disgrace to an enlightened counAgain, extravagant costume is distracsalem! They lean forward; they lean very try and an Insult to the eye ot a cultured tion to public worship. You know very much forward; so far forward as to be un community. well there are a good many people who go naturalteetering, wobbling, wriggling, Mr. Gilbert says; to church just as they go to the races, to flirting, or as my text describes it, they Snch exhibition Is aduastrons one to the see who will come out first. Men nnd "walk with stretch necks, walking Are these mincing' as they go." They have in morals ot the community. and proper pictures ttjjsfcj out for the public to women with souls to be saved passing the most astounding style, arranged their noMng-othe propriety" of hour in wondering where that man got his loot ar,j-- y and their vails and their entire apfemales Hppcar.n. In public dressed like cravat, or what store that woman patronparel, and now go through the streets takizes. In many of our churohe- th9 prelimtnnt? It Is shameful ing more of the pavement than they must take the testimony of the friends inary exercises are taken up with the disI are entitled to, sweeping along with skirts of the theater and the confirmation which cussion of wardrobes. It is pitiable. Is it that the text describes as "round tires like I see on the board fences and in the show not wonderful that the Lord does not the moon." See! That is a princess! windows containing pictures of the way strike the meeting houses with lightning? Look! That is a Damascus sword-makactresses dress. I suppose that these rep- What distraction of public worship. Dy iu Look! That is a Syrian mere resentations of the costume are men and women, whose bodies are soon to chant! The jingling of the chains and true, for if they are not true, then these be turned into dust, yet before three world j People sitting the clashing of the headbands, and the nigniv moral anu rengious theaters are strutting like peacocks. down in a pew or taking up a hymn book, exhibitions of universal agger, attract swindling the public by inducing the peothe attention of the Prophet Isaiah, and ple to the theater by promises of snectacu- - all absorbed at the same time in personal he brings his camera to bear upon the lar nudity which they do not fulfill. Now array, to sing: scene, and takes a picture for all the all cms familiarizes the public with such ltiso, mv soul, and stretch thy wlugs, ages. But where is that scene? Van- ' improprieties of costume and depresses the Thy better portion trace; ished. "Where are those gay streets? Rise from transitory tlilns. public conscience as to what is allowable Toward Heaven, thy native plnce! population pass through and right. them. Where are the hands, and the The parlor and drawing-rooI adopt the Episcopalian prayer and say: are now necks, and the foreheads, and the shoulrunning a race with the theater and opera "Good Lord, deliver us!" ders, and the feet that sported all that bouffe. They are now nearly neck and Extravagant costume belittles the intelmagnificence? Ashes, ashes! neck in the race, the latter a little ahead, lect. Our minds are enlarged or they That we should all be clad is proved by but the parlor and drawing-rooare dwindle just in proportion to the import-tanc- e of the subject on which we constant$ the opening of the firstof wardrobe in gaining on the others, and the probability Paradise, with its appayal dark green. is they will soon be even and pass the ly dwell. Can you imagine anything more That we should all as far as our means stand so nearly at the same time that dwarfing to tho human intellect than the allow us be beautifully and gracefully of pandemonium will clap its hands study of dress? I see men on the streel appareled, is proved by the fact that God because opera bouffe has beaten and the who, judging from their elaboration, I sever mado a wave but he gilded it with other half because tho drawing-roohas think must have taken two hours to argolden sunbeams, or a tree but he garbeaten. Let printing press and platform range their apparel. After a few years of landed blossoms, or a sky but ho hurl red-hanathema at the boldness of that kind of absorption, which one of Mctudded it with stars, or allowed even the much of womanly attire. I charge ChrisAllister's magnifying glasses will be smoke of a furnace to ascend but he tian women neither by style of dress nor powerful enough to make the man's charcolumned and turreted, and doled and adjustment ot apparel to become adacter visible? What will be left of a scrolled it into outlines of, indescribable min istrative of evil. Show me the woman's intellect after giving yenrs and gracefulness. AVhen I see the fashion-plate- s of any ago between this and years to the discussion of such questions? of the spring and the pageantry the time of Louis XVI. of France and They all land in idiocy. I have seen men of the autumnal forests, I come to the Henry VIII. of England, and I will tell you at the summer watering places through , conclusion thatif nature ever does join the type of morals or immorals of that age fashion the mere wreck of what they once the Church, while she may be a Quaker or that year. Jfo exception to it. Modest were. Sallow of cheek, meager of limb, in the silence of her worship, she apparel means a righteous people. hollow at the chest. Showing no animaImnever will be a Quaker in the style of modest apparel always means a contamtion save in rushing across a room to pick her dress. TThy the notches of a fern inated and depraved society. np a lady's fan. Simpering along the corleaf or the staman of a water lily? Why, It Is not only such boldness that is to be ridors the same compliments they simwhen the day departs, does it let the foldreprehended, but extravagance of costume. pered twenty years ago. ing doors of Heaven stay open so long, This latter is the cause of fraud unlimitable Yet, my friends, I have given you only when it might go in so quickly. One sumand ghastly. Do you know that Arnold of the milder phase of this evil. It shuts a mer morning I saw an army of a million the revolution proposed to sell his country great multitude out of Heaven. The first spears, each one adorned with a diamond in order to get money to support his home pent of thunder that shook Sinai declared, of the first water I mean the grass with wardrobe? I declare here before God and "Thou shalt have no other gods before the dew on it. "When the prodigal came this people that the effort to keep up exme," and you will hnve to choose between home his father not only put a coat on his pensive establishments in this country is the goddess of fashion and the Christian back, but jewelry on his hand. Christ sending more business men to temporal God. There are a great many seats in wore a beard, Paul, the bachelor apostle, perdition than all other causes combined. Heaven, and they are all easy tents, but not afflicted with any sentimentality, ad- - It was this that sett prominent business not one seat for the devotee of costume. mired the arrangement of a woman's hair men to the Vdtering of stocks, and life Heaven is for meek and quiet spirits. when he said in his epistle: Heaven is for those who think more of presiderits to perjured stateIf a woman have long hair It is a glory ments about their assets, and some of them their souls than of their bodies. Why if unto her. to the penitentiary; and has completely you, with your idolatry of costume, should wr- - AuM.jc0n ileanefs. But rliy nouelinw Ket into Heaven, you would ha Tlicre wm Oe raatifini In rrearen ns vu of earth, but it will be a different kind of should I go to thtese famous defaulting to for putting a French roof on the "hous infashion. It will decide the color of the show what men will do In order to keep up many mansfons," and you would be for dress, and the population of that country, great home style and expensive wardrobe, troducing the patterns of Buttetiek't Quarwhen you and I know scores of men who terly Delineator. by a beautiful law, will wear white. Give up this idolatry of fashion or give are put to their wit's end and are lashed I say these things as a background to toy sermon to show you that I have no from January to December in the attempt? up Heaven. What would you do standing n prim; precise, prudish or theories Our Washington politicians may theorize beside the Countess of Huntington, whoe on the subject of human apparel; but the until the expiration of their terms of office joy it was to build chapels for the poor, or with that Christian woman goddess of fashion has setup her throne in as to the best way of improving our monetary condition in this country. It will be of Boston, who fed fifteen hundred chilthis country, and at the sound of the timdren of the street, at Fanueil Hall, one New brels we are all expected to fall down and of no use, and things will be no bettet unworship. Her altars smoke with the sacra-fle- e til we learn to put on our heads and backs Ytar's Day, giving out as a sort of doxolo-g- y at the end of the meeting, u pair of the bodies and souls of 10,000 and feet and hanas no more than we can of shoes to each one of them; or those Dorpay for. victims. In her temple four people stand in the organ-lofThere are clerks in stores, and banks on cases of modern society who have conseand from there comes down a cold drizzle of music, freezing on limited salaries, who, in the vain attempt crated their needles to the Lord, and who to keep the wardrobe of their family as will get eternal reward for every stitch the ears of her worshippers. This goddess ot fashion has become a rival of the showy as other folks' wardrobes, are dying they take? Oh, men and women, give up the idolatry of costume. The rivalries an 4 of mulls, and diamonds, and camels'-hai- r Lord, Of Heaven and earth, and it is high the competitions of such a life are a stutipre we unlimbered our batteries against shawls and high hats, and they have noththis idolatry. When I come to count the ing left except what they give to cigars pendous wretchedness. You will alway and wine suppers, and they die before their find some one with brighter array and victims of fashion 1 find as many mascutime, and they will expect us ministers to with more palatial residence nnd with line as feminine. Men make an easy tirade against women, as though she were the preach about them ns though they were the lavender kid gloves that make a tighter fit. And if you buy this thing ond wear it yon chief worshiper at this idolatrous shine, victims of early piety; and after a high-clawith silver handles at the will wish you had bought something else funeral and no doubt some men in the more conand worn it. And the frets of such a life spicuous part of the pew have already cast side of their coffin of extraordinary brightwill bring the crow's leet to your temples glances at the more retired part of the ness, it will be found oat that the underbefore they are due, and when you come taker is cheated out of his legitimate expeW,'theIrlooka prophecy of a generous penses! Do not send to me to preach the to die you will have q miserable time. distribution. My sermon shall be as apI have seen men and women of excessive propriate for one end of the pew as for the funeral sermon of a man who dies like thut. I will blurt out the whole truth, and tell costume die and I never saw one of them . other. Men are as much idolaters of fashion as that he was strangled to death by his wife's die well. The trappings off, there they lay women, but they .sacrifice on a different ribbons. The country is dressed to death. on the tumbled pillow, and thero were just two things that bothered them a wasted part of the altar. With men the fashion You are not surprised to find that the puts goes to cigars and and parties ting up of one public building in JNew York life and a coming eternity. I could not and wine suppers. In the United States cost millions of dollars more than it ought pacify them, for their body, mind and In the exhausted the meu chew up and smoke one hundred to have cost, when you find that the man soul had been they and costume of millions of dollars' worth of tobacco every who gave out the contracts paid more than worship year. That is their fashion. In London, 35,000 for his daughter's wedding dress. could not appreciate the gospel. When I not long ago, n man died who started in Cashmeres of a thousand dollars each are knelt by their bedside thoy were mumbling life with $750,000. But he ate it all up in not rare on Broadway. It is estimated out their regrets and saying: "Oh God! gluttonies, sjnding his agents to all parts that there are 8,000 woman in these two Oh ! God 1" Their garments hung up in tho of the earth for some rare delicacy for the cities who have expended on their personal wardrobe nevtr again to be seen by them. Without exception, so far as my memory palate, sometimes one plate of food costing array $2,000 a year. What are the men to do in order to keep serves me, they died without hope and him three or four hundred dollars. He ate up his whole fortune and had only one up such home wardrobes! Steal that is the went into eternity unprepared. The two on earth are the only respectable thing'they can do. Dur most ghastly death-bed- s guinea left. With that he bought a woodcock and had it dressed in the very best ing the last fifteen yeare th8have been one where a man dies of delirium tremens, style, ate it, gave two hours for digestion, innumerable fine businessmen ouip wrecked and the other where a woman dies after then walked out on Westminister bridge on the wardrobe. The temptation comes , having sacrificed all her faculties of body, and threw himself into the Thames and in this way: A man thinks more of his mind and soul in the worship of costume. My friends, we must appear in judgment died, doing on a large sale what you and family than all the world outside, and if they spend the evening in describI have often seen done on a small scale. to answer for what we have worn on to bim the superior ward- our bodies as well as for what repentances But men do not abstain from jmillinery ing and elaboration of skirt through any su- robe of the family across the street we have excised with our souls. On that periority of simplicity. It is only because that they can not bear the sight of, the day I see coming in Beau Brummel of the o man. on his (rallantr.y-n.n- d his last century, without his cloak, liko which would be a W - such appendage would sashes blockade-tbusiness. What and trains pride of family, and without translating all England got a cloak; and without his yards long do in a stock his feelings intoplaIn language he goes can-)- , like which all England got a cane; three and like which all Enmarket? And yet men are the disciples ot Into extortion and issuing of false stock without his snuff-bohe, the fop of the gland got a. snuff-bo- x as much as women. Some of and skillful penmanship in writing someggcustoscjust ages, particular about everything but them wear boots so tight that they can body else's name at the foot of a promishardly walk in the paths of righteousness, sory uote; and they will go down together his morals; and Aaron Burr, withthe husband to the prison, the wife to out the letters that down to old age he and thero are men who buy expensive suits the children to be showed in pride, to prove his early of clothes and never pay for them, and the.sewing-machinwho go through the streets in great stripes taken care of by those who were called wicked gallantries; and Absalom without his hair; and Mnrchioness Pompadour of color like animated checker-boardI poor relations. Oh, for some new Shake-speto arise and write the tragedy of without her titles; and Mrs. Arnold, the say these things because I want to show belle of Wall .street, when that was the you that I am impartial in my discourse, humn clothes! Act I. A plain but beautiful home. En- center of fashion, without her fripperies and that both sexes, in the language ot of vesture. the Surrogate's office . "share and shore ter the newly married pair. Enter simplicity of manner and behavior. Enter And in great haggardness they shall go alike." c? As God may help me I am going to set as much happiness as is ever found in one away into eternnl expatriation; while among the queens of Heavenly society forth the evil effects of improper dress or home. Act JI. Discontent with the humble will be found Vashti, who wore the modan excessive discipleship ot costume. It home. Enter Envy. Enter Jealousy. Enest veil before the palatial bucchanalians; is a simple truth that you all know, although the pulpit has not yet uttered it, ter desire of display. and Hannah, who annually mado a little Act IIL Enlargement of expenses. En- coat for Samuel at the temple; and Grandthat much of the womanly costume ot our ter all the queenly dressmakers. Enter mother Lois, the ancestress of Timothy, time, is the cause of the temporal and eterwho imitated her virtue and Mary, who nal damnation of a multitude ot men. therench milliners. Act IV. The" p of society. Enter jfave Jesus Christ to the world; and There is a shame'Iessness among many in princes and princesses of New York life. of you. the wives and mothers and what is called high life that calls for protest. The strife with many Enter magnificent- plate and equipage. sisters and daughter of the present ! Christian Church who, through great seems to "be how near thsy can come to the Enter everything' splendid. are entering into veryeof indecency without falling over. Act V. (Winding up the scene). En- t tribulati on,PliMet o,,,fiimrOil the kingdom who Y&nlllH t The tide of masinline profligacy will never ter the assignee. Enter the sheriff. Enmake np the royal family of heaven, when turn back until there is a decided reformater the creditors. Enter Humiliation. he said: tio ia womanly costume. I am ia full Enter the,, wrath of God. Enter the consympathy with the officer of the law, tempt otiocIetyV JEnter death. Now let Whosoever doeth the wllh of God, the nme is my brother, my sister, mv mother who, at a levee ia Philadelphia last the silk curtain dron on the stage. The lady-- , and, wiater, went ap to a farce iseaded andthe lights are out. (fMcaBse of her sparse and incompe-wAccording to an English writci, the WiUyoaforgiTe m if I say in tersest apparel, ordered her either to shape possible, that some cf the men in horse of the agfe of the cave ' leara the house or habilitate herself imme- this country have to'forg.-an- d to perjure man, as shown by carvings on horn, diately. It is high time that oar good and and to swindle to pay for their wives' antler, etc, was even smaller than the cjutU wosmem saaks vehwaeat protest dreasasr I will ,ay it whether you torShetJaud pony, had a head and neck very large in 'proportion to the body, fJMt JMfeiaMMat fadtctMy, aad. If Mm sive Me er aot. MM C.MM iMMCkdd do 0s sIIe th Alafall Mttrawaa-aa- t is the foe a coarse and heavy mane, and waa alto Ml IferlHtM fthBt .gitjfiff Ma esd gathtr ft dura? tort of unim). i nt ten-dollar -e. , to-daetl-for- th costume, that husband implead their "wives on this subject, and that fathers prohibit their daughters. The evil is terrific and overshadowing. I suppose that the American stage is responsible for much of this. I do not go to theaters, so I must take the evidence of the actors and managers of theaters, such as Mr. John Gilbert, Mr. A. 31. Palmer and Mr. Daniel E..Bandinanu. They have recently told us that the crime of undress is blasting the theater, which by many is considered a school of moral, and, indeed, superior to the church and a forerunner of the millennium. Mr. Palmer says: The bulk of the performances on the stage Is degrading und pernicious. Ibe managers strive to come Just as near the line as possible without tlagrautlr?breaking the law. There never bnve been costumes worn on a stage or this city either In' a theater, hull or "dive," so Improper a those that clothe some of the chorus imrecent comic opera productions. He says in regard to female performers: It Is not a question whether they can sing, but Just how little they'"' consent to wear. Mr. Bandmann, who has been twenty-nin- e years on the stag and before almost all nationalities, says: I unhesitatingly state that the ta9to of the present theater goingpeople of America as a body is ot a coae"and vulgar nature The Hindoo would tanTwttn disgust at such exhibitions, which are fought alter and applauded on the stage of this country. Uar shop windows are full of, and the walls covered with show ranis and posters which women put so much in personal display that they often have nothing for God and A the cause of suffering humanity. A NATURAL MISTAKE. T a smile, confiding performers andswecu But after awhile ho prows restless And then he softly observes: "If thoe are preserve scats, jrrandno. 'VWth Ned jrocs to tho circus with KrandniL Ad sits on a nice cushioned U hero he be.uns upon the -- U(m(c Cluimllcr, in .St. XtchUas. CELESTIAL WIT. Her Caucasian outers. A noted liar once told n friend that he had at home three precious thing,,: A bullock that could run one thousand li u day, n fowl which crowed at the beginning oi each watch, day and night, and a dog that could read books. The friend intimated hlnae Woman Wlm AVa a Shrewd as I that he would lone no time in sceiiif with his own ew-- these marvels. Tho man did not expect this, iih hi houoo was somewhat distant; so he wout hoineund told his vifethatho had got caught nt last, nnd that tho man would arrive and ne would be dingracod. "Never mind," said !ii.s hpuiisc, "leave that to roe; it will )e a right; only you must keep out of sight." Next morning the visitor arrived, and, being met by the mist r.ss, asked where' her hunband was. "He has gone to lVkin,". she replied. "When will he be back?" "In eight or nine days." "Why, how cafy be soquick?" "He has gone olf onoiirfnlKMnil-lock- , and can do it easily." "I hear nzo you have a wonderful fowl," snid the visitor, and behold, as ho was sjenidng, a small cock crew. "That's it,' said the wife, "ho crows nt the beginning of each watch nnd also when a victor arrives." China . JU'vk-w- A WOKMV CIIUSTNUT. or Depraved Hoys Kecently Dissolved by the Glagow l'ollce. I. A secret society of desperadoes that has flourished in Glasgow for some time has at last succumbed" to the vigi i lance oi tne police. Two of the members have been caught or in other words, with too srreat an as sortment of handkerchiefs in their pos session, and what is even moro important, they carried documents which cast a flood of light on the nature and ex tent of the dangerous organization iroiu these it seems that the society called itaelf The Goggle Heroes o'r the Terror of the West End." A pennv a week was subscribed by each member and according to the desneradoes al ready captured, this money was expended in "blow-outs.- " There were three very strict rulea not all, however, of equal gravity. The tirst was, "that you fight for "your comrades to the TllllEE r M. death:" the second, "that you knock oft" as many men's hats as" possible;" 'Let him turn to his Poppy, so it was!" the third, "that you swing at the rope's end if you disobey." The "ages of the A SHREWD CLERK. members of this league varied from Aims to Make the uests of His lintel young men in the prime of life say Ho twelve years up to seniors of eighteen; feel at Home. and it is understood that the portion of The rather numerous Dakota delegation the subscriptions not expended in in Washington was increased by another "blow-outs- " was exchanged for pennv arrival. He registered at a hotel and snid numbers about Dick Turpin. Sixtceii-strin- g to the clerk; Jack and other heroes of ro"I may want tn stay some time, can you mance. Society breathes more freely now that the" Goggle Heroes are give me a good room?" St. James Gazette. "I think we can lot you havo one that cni.-hewill suit." "I suppose you try to mako it pleasant A CURIOUS DISPUTE. A Society THE PRECIOUS BABY. A Study in l'aternal Affection. THE GOGGLE HEROES. &m !'! red-hande- d, tigated tho sensation known as tickling, which ho styles a variable, intermittent excitement of the nerves of the skin. He says it produces a contraction of the blood vessels, and that the consequent diminution of pressure on the brain, permeated with blood vessels is so considerable as not to be without danger; that powerful expiration operates against such a diminution of pressure, and therefore laughter, which is simply intermittent forced movements of expiration, is a decided remedy for the effects of tickling. A police prosecution in Birmingham has brought to light the fact that the "temperance wines" which are sold all over England without a license contain from seventeen to nineteen per cenL of Dr. Haacker, of Leipsic, has inves- A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters The qamtion hu probtbh; been ailed thousands ff of tun. How can Brown's Iron Bitters curs ! " Well, it dooent. Bat it doe cure any dneam for wnich a reparable rthjucian would prescribe IK0S Pojrictaas recognize Iron as the beat rratcrattr agent known to the profession, and inrratrr cf anr leading chemical firm will sobttantiate the assertion that there are more preparations of Iron than of any other eubetance used in medicine. This shows that iron 1 acknowledged to be the most Important factor in successful medical practice. It is. howerir a remarkable fact, that prior to the satisfactory inm combination hadererbeen found. ersty-ttiin- ANSWERED. , headache, or produce constipation alcohol. ' BROWN'S IRON BinERSuTteS all ntbrritpn medicine do. IlItOWN'S IKON niTTKRS cure Indigestion, Billousnrsw, Weakness, Dyaprpsia. .lliOnrla, Chills nnd FeTcrs, Tired Fertlnft.ncnern! Debillty.Pnln intha Mde, UnrkorLinibs.IIeadacheandNeura.U Kin-t- or Dr. Samcel K. Cox, Washington, after a careful analysis, pronounced Red Star Cough Cure purely vegetablo and most excellent for throat troubles. Price, '25 cents a bottle. Hon. Thos. L. James, indorses St-- Jacobs Oil as a pain-cur- all these ailaenta Iron ia prescribed daily. BROWN'S IRON TntRE is ono thing to be said in favor of coasters. They don't want the earth. JSur-hnrjt- on Freel'rti. m minute. like all other thorooih medicines, it acta slowly When taken by m the firrt symptom of ttenefit is renewed energy The mnscles then beooms firmer, the dif eetion lmprores. the bowels sxs actira. In trotnre the effect is nsaally more rapid and marked. The eye begin at once to bruthten: the skin clears np: healthy color comes to the cheeks: nerronsneaa disappears; functional deranjrements become regular, and if a namng mother, abandant sustenance i sapplied for the child. Remember Brown's Iron Bitters in tbe ONLY iron medicine that ia no Injurious. iAiciaoerf DntjjuU rrevtnmend it. The Genuine has Trade Mark and croseed red line on wrapper. TAKK NO OTIIEK. BITTERSc A&klng One's Age. A lady asked a gentleman his age. Ho re- "What you do in every thing" X Elied: does Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweot Gum and Mullein excel all other medicines for coughs-- , croup and consumption. Walter A. Taylor. Atlanta, Ga. setting to you your hand in. Burluigtvn free Prea. 1 ioAutvitrfon-ths- : Ufy H d. enough nt lr voua will only practice longsure get steel trap, will be bon.-lie- ts - r! play-hous- I Vermin- -covered m m one-ha- lf m th apple-orchar- cast-iro- t, ss club-room- The Complicated Koundary Question "Certainly, we aim to." 1 DO not like t nee. Dr Fe'L 1'rwnce nnd Hruzll. "Of coue. What I liko in a hotel is The reason ur. can not tea." something A rurioua boundary dispute between It has often been wondered at, tho bad doctor was in Twos "I think we can satisfy you on that France and Brazil is at the present mo odor this probablv because be, being ono of tho score.' doctors, mado up pills as large as "I hope so. Now I'll tell you; if you will ment exciting much feeling in the lat which nothing but an ostrich could see that I ntn made to feel perfectly at ter country. It is a very old question, bullets, bolt without nausea. Hence tho dislike. home during my stay you sha'n't lose any but it has been raised lately by tho trav Dr. R. V. Pierce's " Pleasant Purgative Pelthing by it." and no larger than els of a Prof. Coudreau, of Cayenne. lets" are for you. Let "O, we'll make it home-lik- e and aro quick to do their work. territory lies between For all derangements of the liver, bowels The contc.-te- d mo see," he continued, glancing over the register, "you are from Dakota?" French Guiana and the Amazon. The and stomach thoy aro spocific. "Yes, Tin a member of the Dakota LegisBrazilians claim certain districts of vast It seem a little strango that when wo ." lature nnd to a exten t lying to the north of the Ama- are tired we can best rest by retiring. 'Here!" rxc'nimed the clerk turning "show this gentleman to the zon as theirs, while the French allege Chicago Ledger. that they belong to Guiana. The French poker room." E&tcl!ino (7. T.) Bell. Dk. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is and Portuguese fought about it in 1632 and 1717, and it has been debated by not extolled as a "cure-all.-purpo-c-. but admirably being a most of fulfills Knew All Hut Tno. every Government in Paris since the potent a singleness sjiocine in those chronic weaknevtes yj'Wd In a wild part or Scotland, a denlerin fish davs of Louis Quatorze. In 18 J6 the' peculiar to women. Particulars In Dr. g&pused to drive his cart a considerable Brazilian Minister to France proposed Pierce's large treatiso on Diseases Peculiar , 10 cents in distance inland. On one occasion, when a boundary which gave up some of the to Women, IfiO page-- sent for DisrKNsAitr stumps. want my passing a wild moor, where, although there districts in dispute, hut this was rejected Medical Address World's Main titreet, Dtidch't Barber, me boy, I Association, C63 .......... i... .i..n.i because Napoleon III. had other views Buffalo, XY. . did reside a schoolmnster, the knowledge Barber Certainly, my dear sir. Did vou of the inhabitants of affairs in general was with regard to the question. The Brav bring it with you? Sum. Evert bride is beautiful, and it is a not extensive, he dropped a lobster. Some zilians Lave been alarmed bv M. where all the plain married women explorations, to whicli thev at children picked it up, and, wondering what from. A HEARTLESS WRETCH. the strange creature could be, took it to tach some sinister purpose, and they coino threaten, unless the difiiculty is settled the schoolmaster. The dominie put on his Rupture, pile tumors, fistulas 1IU Kind and How He Kuiliarra-se- il to their satisfaction, to stop purchasing and all diseases of the lower bowel (except Blec3, nnd, turning it over and over, exLandlady. amined it carefully. "Wcel," at length French goods and thus ruin all the cancer), radically cured. Send 10 cents in Jones was eating dinner at his boarding-houssnid the orac-le- , "I ken mnisto' the French merchants settled on the coast. stamps for book. Address. "World's his invest- wonderfu' animals o' creation, except jist Although the regions in question have Medical Association, 6(53 Main last Monday, and during igation of one of the dishes, he ran across a twn, and time twa I never saw. They are an enormous area, nnd are said to be Btreet, Buiulo, X. Y. m -this comparatively healthy in parts, their piece of postage stamp. The landlady saw nn elephant and n turtledove, and so Witmust be nne o' the twa." Montreal It's the little things that tell especially him pick it out and look at it, and she be- ness. total population is only about 1,600 the little and sisters. souls. But the Brazilians are evidently gan to get mad. But Jones snid nothing, in a fume about the matter, and their Pike'sTooihachf. Drops curoinl minute, 23o The Wolf and the Crane. and. laying down his knife and fork, began women are determined to deny them GUnn'e SulfJmr Soap .eals and beautifies. 25c. to dig with a spoon in the dish from whici A Wolf having invited a Crane to dine, Geum an Cohn Heuoveh kU Is Corns k Bunions. the piece of stamp had come. Finally, served the food in a shallow plate, so that selves all manner of luxuries unless it is when the lady could stand it no longer, slit the guest could not get any, while tho host settled. Chicago Tribune. Wiiex a run once starts on a bank the exclaimed: more check you give it the worse it is for lapped up an abundance with his tongue. " What is the matter, Mr. Jones?" the bank. Oil City Derrick, Samuel Phelps' Clever Device. "Oh, notlring," replied that philoso- On tho next day tho Crano invited the Wolf to dinner, and the food, consisting of The most desirablo hair dressing ever pher. Here is a clever device which Mr. " What are vou plaving in the victunls soup, was set out in a jar, Samuel Phelps used to adopt during his offered to tae public is Hall's Hair Rene wer. for then?" which put it entirely out of the reach of the TnE right hand is tho most sensible mem" Why, you see, my dear madam, this invited guest. But while the Crane had his famous management of Sadler's Wells piece of statu)), reminded me of it letter I head in the jar the Wolf knocked a hole theater, in London: In "Henry V.," in ber of the tody. It nevergets left. was expecting, and I just thought I'd prod in the bottom with a hammer and the march past before Agincourt, the Ir n flliet vl with Soro no Dr. Isaac around this dish awhile, and see if I couldn't the greater part of the soup as it Thompsou'iEyoWater.DruggistBsellit.25c. " the troops defiled behind a 1 if. find the carrier and nsk him about the ran out. ter, without going to the post olhce." Monti This Fable teaches us that we which ro.--e breast high. Mine. Tussaud fiend like a creWnr is an lOtlld not despise the mental resources modeled eighty wax heads the.--e were matory Eecau.-- e ho is a cruam-utor- . lhc explanation was so full and ro wicker-wormove beneath us. Life. Jones had to change hid that ise who fitted on "dummy figures" house. Mvrclmat Trn veer clad in the continue nnd armor of the Piitsiciaxj prescribe Aycr's Cherry Pect period. Kver' man of the gallant forty oral, on account oi lis gwaicurau ve jxjwers. A Cruel 1'atlier. An Irish rislllllllllllllllllllllllK carried two of these ligures, one on A ks the father of seven ravenous cokxer Fn pork the tip of the pigS mj Oh, Molly, my jewel, mv either tide, attached to a sort,of p ear..:J.lllifjan one wife withuJgrauduppo"Which"" was" lasftctrto'liErwaisti cruel, ho won't let mc n r Bacillus JS o Opium In riso's Cure tor jjbnsump- hence it as if they were marchadore; he says you've no T it doi t.jr, that, lying here for ing three abreast. As they tramped ion. iures vuere oiuc kssjpdiuu. jc that is all bosh, love. I knowI have ex- CI ks with tploid fever, pa-- t, banners streaming, drums beating, got a few dollars in store He i ith ft Tooth mtf lthotit eating?" trumpets braying, the stage seemed cross dog. Iht Springs Am. fool, love now that's very cool, lo islllllllllllllLrt has nourished you, Smith," crowded with soldiers, and the illusion MiVh a shillelah would benefit itisHIIIIIIIIV' ie feer phvsinan. red the was so perlect that the audience never heart of the erathur, ns hard as a "Are vou joking, doctor?" onco discovered the artifice. London won't fcoften a bit I the truth tell to "No. I am telling vou the truth!" If long he doth teaze me, I'll bolt, d IVT1 Truth: "My gracious! Now, I'd like to have my me! he's worse than the hog that he I feeds in the sty; but don't despair. Molly, whole family down with fever for a year. "Ah, said a citizen, "my new could save a but always be jolly, your Patrick will Schrainouch. little money then." Sum, tho house that I moved into two vears ajro , TRADEVd( mark. stand by your side till you die. Believe is banged and battered that I scarceh trie. I yearn, love, to hear by return, love, 1 ou see i nad always been a know it. A Narrow Irnpe. and please send five shillings some whisky Farmer's Wife (to tramp) I hate to turn tenant before I built, and my family to get. my spirits to keep up, while blessings I'll heap up for one I urn sure I can you away hungry, but I think you have got so used to knocking things around and slamming and scratching and bruisnever forget. Ihopoyou won't tarry, but been drinking beer. ing promiscuously that the old habit mon your Pat marry; the divil a bit will I Tramp (solemnly) No, ma'am; I'll take stuck to them. If I ever get another Absolutely single remain. So no more at present Free from Opiates, JSmetics and Poison. from Tumbledown Crescent, where dwells my oath I never drink beer." new home, sir, I'll begin it with a new Farmer's Wife Whisky, then? your affectionate Patrick Delane. Chkaeo family. " Louisville Courier-JournaHuu. Tramp (solemnly) No, ma'am; I'll swear to it. Wnntu to Know His Irofet.or. There is some appropriateness in Farmer's Wife Vny well. Here's n pic. Dftr4!Tl Bill Yardly is one of the most trifling speaking of a lady's nonnet as "just IT TUG CII IKLrS DtALKSS. Tramp (to his chum on the outside) D. A. TOREI.ER CO. BALTIMORE. Thnt was a narrow escape. If she'd a said killing" in these days. It is chiefly utudents at the University of Texas. mado up of dead birds. Burlington He rarely attends the lectures, and when gin, she'd had me Philadelphia Call. Free Press. lip dot-s- . as a general thing he is so much A Minor Matter. under the influence of liquor that he can't Brown I see thnt they propose enacting THE MARKETS. distinguish one object from another. a law prohibiting the selling or givingaway Not long since he strolled into Marks' CiNfiN.viTi. Fell Zi. ot tobacco to minors. 00 tl .'75 photograph gallery. LIVESTOCK 3 K fe i TO ho ce Itutclicis Smith And yet the major part of male "What arc you doing here, Bill?" aeked 3 50 (&. 3 K HlKiS Commiiii Marks. humanity is very partial to the weed. 10 ( 4 :r r:.i,ul I'MirUiTs"I just want to see the photographs of Brown Yes, but it is very hurtful to SHKEI' linnl to cfio ce . . 4 00 f i To W ti :r the professors nt the university so I'll Family it. VI GltAlN-WhUiiigberrj led know 'cm when I meet them on the street. minors. I 'X, t'4 sec. The idea is to prevent Smith No. 2 red We ought to know each other." Texas 43 M -2. mixed them from going over to the great majority Hillings. ft tM Oats No. 2 niiMtl too eoon. Boston Truiucript. Ce. Cures Rheumatism. Neuralgia, 1". Ki No 2 Ci.Yl LAI . 21111 Hartsk,Hasife,TMtauk, Cause for Dejection. HAV T liiutli Noapnlu,nrak.rlrrlr. S '.O fen so 1. jrs I"!!! I oiiiiiiou TOlt.UCU d&NTS. I Ul I'nor Convolution. Visitor (to prison warden) There's a 10 0 TH4 50 Pni'OOIKTS JIM Good Mftl.um Ulll ATPK1CE. F1KTT ITJILEBS. TURCIURLI31.TOUEUB "Whnt is the matter with you, Gus?" pimviSHiNS 1'nrk Mes.. ..11 00 M 25 Btrange man over in the corner. I talked fili$i Ijinl with him for a long time, but couldn't asked Judge Peniiybunkcr of Gus deSmith. ntJTI'KU- - I'r me steam Fancy Dairy.... .... 10 fr 12 FORCOUCHS.CROUP AND : D at, "1 wns engaged to be married to Miss Creamery in liim about any sub Ohio awaken any interest - i 75 CONSUMPTION USE Al'PUfcI'rime tniclicl jeet. He seems dead to every thing, and Birdie McGiunis, nnd now she lias gone VOTA'lOKS-p- er Go 60 when I spoke to him of the future hcturned back." NFAV YOUR. "Don't let that worry you. As pretty a FI.OI.Ml State anil fJI 15 (I 3 S5 upon his heel and walked away. Some Tf S4'i dangerous criminal, likely, who committed girl ns she is will soon find some other fel- GUAI- N- Wheat No. 2 Clucajro fit up; No. 2 rid an atrocious murder. He looks it, every low to marry." Texas Sittings. 4T Corn No. 2 in' etl ft 54! ne-Iwf- for trueets?" home-like.- " m',msfiuiMKa,ir.rmmvti i25v?Sj XgP$1&J i i -- oft-quot- Vi, -- tld-scho- ol m am trl XT PICNALIOODL URSAT " a. J i - i sugar-coate- d bird-sho- t, THE WORLD RENf OWNED .5ALVAT0R FOR IN3UDS AND THE AGED. AN. INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR AND PROTECTION OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A 5UPERI0U NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVER3 AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL fc AGENT IN ALL DISEASES OF , THE-GROWT- bell-bo- " THE STOMACH AND INTESTINE - mimi&sr grsFii mx OLD ..V by . U SHIPPING DEPOTj -- DlGGlSISrf'ZZr VTf'l lILn iwllll Cou-drea- mys-ter- Xkz&P I ys$$tsn(& so Sflr Gen-ero- in e In head and nostril Dcn't Give Up. hare had catarrh ry bad that there were I preat sores In my nose. EWXntAM BrUWrI and one place was eaten through. I got 'VVM Cream Balm. Two bot EJfvJ-OnVk- i tles did the work. Jly sfuivrrvrD(ssiu s?M nmc and bead are welt 1 feel like another man. I KL wtf.&Am --C. S. McMiLlkx. Sib- - j ler, Jackson Co., Mo. 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LAM BORN, fc Maps of SORTHEItX PACIFIC I "COUNTKY, the Km Govern- - (ough(ure A Iintl Cunimls.toner, Nt. Paul, Minn l. SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 25fe nil jour nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalogues mailed free by the manufacturers, LYON A. HEALY.162Statc St. Chicago, In. No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes. celeorated II.VI.T- K and JllCIIM.t; fjomliinnl. can not ie supped tr any horses bamplellsitertoanypartoX the U.S. tree, on receipt of tsl. Sold by all Saddlery, Hardware and Harness Dealers, .special ctscount to tbe Tradr, tlffcend for rrlce-I.ls- t J.C. fnnpd and mont durable In the world. tVarrantcd to stand In any climate.' Ask t5fIs tbe finest CT JACOBS "KtLirst" - XVKjifi Lic.uTuoL-sE,Kochcter,N.- Cattlo--Counnon- - 4 4 H-Of- cui . tirrmnn AalhmnCnrn never faU to Blva vwtiatt riliifm this worst cirfsjnsnres comfort. aoiesieepteaccucurciwneres.'iouieniau. triatrrmTineciVittMtttkrDtiMl. Price 50c. and SI.On.nrrnfiVistorbrTTTa!LRimrlol.-KKformamp. Dipt. SCHIFF.MAN78t.PaoT. Minn. ASTHMA CURES u. Corn-No- : ." - 1 1'- -'- P I 1 Units f nlll -- I bar a polllT rsmtdy lor ta. abort alssas; br lis aaa ttosMods of casts ot tot want ktna and of loot tolln tavs la my filth la Its tatearr, cortl. Indeed, a. C that I will tead TWO BOTTLE3 TUZZ, toattker wttk a TREATISE CO tbla d'MaK.to aarsaffmr. Ore. 0. address. C2.T. A.SIjOCCll,WrcarISi,lt.T; CONSUMPTION tn strr 1 a Wc-tr- u. I TIW CORtS WHtftE All ELSE FAILS. Use Best Couch Syrun. Taste-goo-d. in time. ?old by druggists. I Prison Warden Yes, his case is a very sad one. His time is almost up now, nnd the other day he received a letter from his wife, saying that she would be waiting for him on the outside. Tiil-Bits. inch. Oat in xed :r.' rOHK-M- css 11 75 (r,I2 Qi. it. 15 LAltD Western stcntn CHICAGO. il. .'Wl'l ! li 4 ai m sr T9'J :;s 3014 ' AT THE HALL. All r . GHA1N No. FLOIMt-Sti- ite -- POKK-M- ami WeUrn...?4 Wheal -- No 2 red 2Clneijropriiisr Corn No . Oat? -- No 2... Iltc 11 e-? 50 (t. Tovrj. SO1,'.?, emEDY OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN. The Sweet Gum from a tree of the same namo growing In th Pouth. Combined with a made from the Mvfleln ptantof tbe old aelds. For sale brail dnirtst at cent nnd (1.00 per bottle. Colors. Kcpousse Work. Wax Flower Supplies. Send for our various catalogues. Mail orders solicited. IIOFPJCAXX BROS., ARTISTS' HHBfflHJSM 163 Matin Street, CluclonaXi, Ohio I An active Man or woman la mry eonntv to sell our coodi. salaer MrKsatkandExDtnses. xvensei ia ad Canvaisinz ouiat VKEli Partirulara Co. Sostao. Standard Sliver-wa- r prlce-llstre- K2, 59 10 10 :j C5 Cc, at. LAUD FLOUK-Fam- Steam. lly ..... IIAI.TIMOItn. iu!ity if. ?4 50 4 .'! ftll 6 fe f fa Ia"are. fn. tit. x, GKAIX Wheat No. 2 Corn .M..tCHl ILL ft 00 HALTCk A. TA.YLOK, Atlanta. Oaw r, i t'lylVKVSii t aVvLI CAT l'l.Il HOGS f:it mixed I'ork PHOVISIONS Ijinl Koilncd First & K'H 4"" !1 Me.... 0 75 4 no 5 25 746 dx. it ll 75 7 S754 CONTAGIOUS ! i am a native of England, and while I was tn that country I contracted a terrible blood poison, and for two years was under treatment as an pattest at Nottingham Hospital. England, but was not cureu I suffered the most agonizing pains In my bones, and was covered with sores all over my body aDd limbs. Finally I completely lost all hopeln that country, and sailed for America, and was treated at Roosevelt In this city, as well as by a prominent physician In Xesr York having no connection with the hospitals. I saw the advertisement of Swift's Specific, and I determined to give It atrial. I took six bottles and I can say wlthgrcat Joy that they have enred me entirely, lamas sound and well as I ever was in my U YKED HAXFOUD. New York City, June 12, isss. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Co, Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. V.T",??J" W . Sfecmc out-do- HAIR where. Wholesaleand retail B.C. btrehld: Co-J- W lira. Ttanirs and Waves sent ii naoasn-avvoicag- C.O.I). anw s CUCER A.N.K.-- E. Treated and cored without the knife. Iiook on t rratment sent free. Address F.L. POND. MJX. Aurora, KaneCo-.H- l. r. 4 Cx C 10 Business Kdnc.ition by UntAX HTITUT. Secure aCou-iaBuffalcCt.Y. nUnC mall, from BesuEsa e, s. ar Wheat No. 2 Corn mixed Oat-- . mixed .... INDIANAPOLIS red .. LOlTIfc'VlLLi: at rs 31? 50 04 w 1071 ! 4 (0 Flour A No. I GUAIN Wheat No. 2red... Coin mixed O.its POItK LAUD iiitii ill ACd ... . 3 it ill .... i Maria!" Puck's Annual. "Don't Timet: a. m. nsk me to take tUaui 5. II 50 'WU. 8 s: ALWAYS CTaiBUB BY TJSISet u MEXICAN '' that brat, Poisoned by Scrofula The taint of scrofula In the blood should be sot rid of or serious consequences may result. Consumption Is undoubtedly scrofula of the lanes, and In Its early stages may bo cured by purifying the blood and building up tho system. For this Hood's Sarsaparllla Is uncqualed. It also cures scrofula when It appears In tbe form of running sores, boils, bufehei la tbe neck, catarrh, or In any other manner. While It purifies. Hood' Eartaparllla also vitalizes and enriches tbe blood. h. i., L7 street. -- , tip-to- - ..l A 1'owerful Excuse. is an outrage the way you treat me," "It N? , ' said Miss Esmcrclda Longcoflin to Hostct-te- r McGinnis. He I'm sroing to propose, Miss Edith-S- he ' How so, Miss Esmerelda?" (interrupting) Oh, my, Mr. Jenkins, "You hnve swoni to love und cherish mc, eo sudden and in such a strange place! He (desperately) I am going to propose and now you are making love to another It, is a hideous outrnire." that we stay here when the rest go to sup- - ,n,infr . . . CJ er, because because I've left my puree '".i,.. "Becalm, Esmerelda, becalm. I'm going , a ., i, n. If ut home! Jndgv. to go oacK on tne otner gin, ioo. Sittings. i - A,-- . I" Si LE PAGES Used by the best manufacturers ana mecnames in me world. Pullman Palace Car Co.. Maon Uarnlln Orzan Jk Piano Co., Ac, tor allkidl offi irorfc At the Ker Orleans Exposiention. Joints made with dured a testesg strain of over MUSTANG IUHMENT. 6P KTMA FIMHs Kktrassatlsea, CLUES if riimuii. , -- AtiriioBJ I jh A at pre-histor- ic Kind-hearte- d A New Name for Teething. I Cftn Lady Caller Come here, Mollie. give you a piece of hot mince pie. Mollie (aged six) What fur? Tramp Hot mince pie for breakfast! j,. C. I want to talk to you. Now, tell on an empty stomach! Do Hot mince pic do you like your little brother? you suppose that a man in my precarious me M. 'J'', he's tross and alwnvB tryin' financial condition, inadani, Wante to be etdl Why, what ails the littl L. burdened with a doctor's bill in tho dead of winter? Not much! Gimme a couplf o' C-lad- Cautious fiucst. Woman (to tramp) "1 have been taking Hood's Sarsaparllla for about three months. Before that time my blood was In a one month terrible condition. After usi g it my appetite was better and my general health greatly Improved. Fora medicine a good as Hood's Sa too much can not be said.' L, L. Li.nsk'. Bngbee House, Putnam. CU MI have been troubled with scrofula for three years. having running sores on my leg. After taking one bottle of Bood's Sarsaparllla I am getting well rapidly." Asa. Emu, South Bend. Ind. TO A SQfFABE I5CH. PnmoniuM jfrtaijad 4!slmMnt. Lcmda. 1600 Pounds 1S33. TWO BULB MEDALS. A'w Orftom, 1K.1 Soma aadBcstlsaH Stings an4 Bite, Cats ana Braise, Hstf All, Sprains tc Stitches, Foat ' Contracted Mstscles, La eaess, f Hwiaar.Taaaders, . Stia Joists, ISarata, eHralamy Backache. IStreFeet, ErastloBs. IStlsTa Frost Bites, SeraUcaes, Sorea aaa Galta Syria, Cm ctes, Screw Wars, Graft X. I smd all external aad e very hat or aeesasaf. , Hood's Sarsaparilla BeMby ail flrnert'ts. C. X. tn., uBsuiuiui Utdgv uieaeetter, are It. Trimmer lUG ffreatMt ftllra ef 1L. dav. LIGHT1, Hal renin wanted. Address, with j A IfvourdealerdoesnotteirJit send si eg"! and rlr. notag for sample cnn. FHEE. staKa aad stockyard, at ia for general use la THE BEST OF A LI. A . Hi,ft.fom!rJ fftrn. nrrl I'll Vivltiv In an ! oi rs3d.- -f Yi Sum m.t..i tHtbiSytBivlUt Argun f. I. dnniio, but I dtsi h'i hthio' H003 IOO Dog On CO.. Apoiasrics,LowU,VIu. n six fqr tj, MadsenlVy C RAHX It CO., Ciacumati, Ohio. Dollar FDCE Bloodi Cattle. Sheen, Ho; or soil usTsigwcrs LINIMENTS V7r WO.i VCawTUIf; 9 i r' m :,.&; k (M J iiai&sffi t.2.2335ts tCs LTiffi 'tS.fcSr iiii iyT &&r . dA-- . 4 - PAtf&--?- c ,z&&2iS8mt&2m vj5 TSraj ff-- i .. ph (fi. si i . JC . WWOVMnm - - j-- - I m .. f... tW.'-- 7 . . ,- - w$ CITY ITEMS. Chance ol Location. ANNOUNCEMENTS, ' ' - k. w eu"! 4f5 ftiSr'TFi-wkf.- r fiiTMrfieaaxiyjii' : LOCAL NEWS. Louisville pas the salaries of" tbo Mayor and Tlio CANDIDATE NOTES. A Field Full of Aspirants. The coining together of the people to attend the Circuit Court f SWEST SKXTEEX. tfl M. (Writttti for the Hickman Goc&tsci .I - JV jfT JSvE; THT SENSATION MAYFIELD SPOILED, FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Nichols, Hickman's favorite barVe are authorized to announce C. L. JoJib ber, moved his barber shop from the RANDLK, of Fulton county, as a candl-dftt- e City Attorney. 'Twas eve, beneath a rosy bowcr( room in the Laclede lio..e, just for Circuit Judge. Election in Au- mi mi- .- m tuo d ors A maiden sat and wove devel- W$ can sell you Furniture cheaper than I,a? UCC" t?.e, occasion-oTho mysterious disappearance lower down. ,lltu U,L. Judge Limdruni In gust next. Bright visions for the future any firm ever oflered it before in Hickman Oping a full held of candidates for of young Kobcrt Grant from May-fiel- Miranro office. IHn fl.op i newly fitted, hit a warp of purest gold ; Every customer is surprised at our low District and County oflices. We is desirous for all his old. and as coupled with the sudden de- and he r,ew. FOR COMMON WEALTH'S ATTORNEY. ' pnoei, and goes away pleased and hajipy. liave candidates to the rMit of Sue was so voting, so beautiful customer ns ioib!c to call. Her heart untouched by care l.utler brothers, many parture of tho Stephens & Maxwell, j USj allll t0 ti,e left of Wf are authorized to announce CIIAS. Kemember, only t,co doors below ins former That hope had plumel its golden wing ugf ay(f (U;tc whose name has become noti'.-- l in A1 H. TH'MIAS. of McCracken county, ns a janS-3- t And sweetly nestled there. Owehsboro has made arrange- - as numerous a list in the back- Louisville, has been tho sensation to the office ot candidate for the rose girt threshold iiitiuta to have tho weather signals ground pressing to the front for Upon lovely womanhood weeks. Etilrlliiual(4 tj10 watch milker OotuinonWealth's Attorney for this Judicial at May field for the past few Of now displayed. Tho tings were donat- - announcement. e shall have n The matter has been mentioned in store. located in Moore & Landru n's drtie District. Election in August, 1S8G. Coy yet scarce reluctant x ed by a, leading bnsiness firm She pained one moment stood ; full held, and a merry tiuTo of it Wp are authorised to announce JOHN times and our proven, Ilia skillisand reliability has been tho paper several aud he located permanently Then pressed the mystic portal all around. K. HENDRICKS, of Livitnistm county, readers are familiar with the cir- to always nnhe pooii his here All parties indebted to us. promise. Ah I lovely tnaiden fair, as a candidate fir the offic- - of Corani"ii-wealth- 's Judge James cumstance. The wind is knocked " y ii,w must comd forward nntl Kittl present able and S. Cainpholl, the I pray that thou niay'et realize Attirney. in this Fist Judifolworthy presiding Kurliti;;aim.tlc Watch.,naker. has cial District of Kentucky. theElection in out of the sensation by the up. Thy IN THC Allt " of the District, is thorlowing letter, written by Grant's established a reputation as a skillul work- August next. ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. Justice emcrscd in the business of I listened ; frim her sweet lips came man oughly father to Prof. M. T. Hamrave. of u.i...,second to no one in his line, ind luin- - We are aithorired lo announce SiAMUEL This muri,tir soft and low miuin tie uiuuone work'will evi We regret that Capt. Over- his court, but had an hour Mon Mayfield, which explains itself: dence ins reliability. Call at Moore & CROSSLAND, as a candidate for the office LiUeinceDsc from fresh flowerets A ton's wharfboat was considerably day while tho other candidates SCOTLAND, Laudrum'a. When summer zephjrs blow of Common wealth's Attorney in this, the KIKKITJDBKIGH 1', damaged by the caving river bank were making announcenients to "Tomorrow I 11 be sweet sivtoen First Judicial District of Kentucky Feb. JU, LSSf). Dear Sir: Tho I scarce would dare to tell Wednesday night. complacently enjoy the situation. Hurliugauie, is loca-lePersons in fiefcd of icavy Boots, Blankets, Heavy Clothing, Flannels other day my wife received a let- Ttio " FOR COUNTY JUDGE permanently in IUckmtiu ; aud if he Many of his friends thioughout The dreams that like rich pocy ' Beautify your homes, by buying some of &c., will find it to their interest to call at ter from you, enquiring as to the files your watch, is always at liuuie to WithitiTny heart doth dwell ; We are authorized to announce J. that loTely Furniture of jthe District, have had hiiurbonked whereabouts of Hubert Giant. prove ihe reliability of his work. Let ssee, well, first I'll wander, NAYLOR, a? a candidate for the office of Stcpusks & Maxwell. as a candidate for Like some bright buttfrfly, We had a short note from him a County Judge of Fulton county. Election tltirklfirN Ariiirn Snliv. an pager expectancy preTo sip of joys' lull chalice week or so before icceiptof youi'3 , A great religious revival has hence in August next. TVft7llE3THALVK ill tlio tvnrlil tnr Passing each torroto by vailed with many. Thoseof his dated Meridian, Mi5s., and stating IjruiiHJS, Sorei. Uhvrs. been in progress at Union City Yet I would ne'er be selfish Uhpnm. Fever FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. that he had not quite made up his Soih, Tetter. Uhnpped Sill , Chilblains, 105 conversions, and the good intimate friends, especially those "Having, bought very extensively in the fall, wehftve a ftw of thoae Hut in each bitttrcup Hand-who had approached him on the mind whether his next stage would Corns, And all skin r.ruptions. and posi Would pause to drop some brightness work atitl going on. We are authorized to announce Judge goods to close but atgreatly reduced prices. We therefore sblicit your subject, knew that ho had declined 4 lively cures IMlen, or no pay required. Mill shall have enough! bo Texas or New Orleans a a candidate for the irispection beiorS buying elsewhere. It R. y. M UURE-lL- , Call at the lowest priced Furniture houc a candidacy for . with My .sky .it is o beautiful. lie cut loose from Detroit in much is guaranteed to give porft-e-t satisfaction, olnce of County Attorney, at the ensuing in America, and buy yourself rich. Very respectfully, That like meteor bright, or monejr refunded. Triee 23 cents j)?r August election. thanks, but tho general 'public tho same fashion, and the first we Ijox. For 8fPntTm9 V '" Sale at MOfJHK .i LANURUMS rather expected his candidacy I'llBytrace my brilli mt passage heard from him was from jour a radiant stream of light CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. wimam lizell, colored, was This fcclinjr prevails to such an town of .Mayfield, after two mouths' fame abrigl.tpen I'll We are nuliorlzed to announce T. M. given 3 years and G months in extent that the .Judge would do With g'oriousstar I'll bo write my name silence. I think Hob is very A. FRENCH, as a candidate for re election to State prison, at this term of tho, tho public a courtesy to pnhlish a Till loviug hearts from evury land silly to leave people in the abrupt I.KTTER. the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fultun on the charge of giand card making known bis declension. Court, Bringa uicexfe sweet to inc. way he does, especially after their in the county. Election in August, 185G. IvCtters arc sent to any Of course, I wou'd be lonely, larceny. Ho has made one of The best showing him sucli kindness. United States at two cents each ounce; With no one by my side, V. A.. HEN'SON', Dentist, will be Judges the District cver.bad, and I think you may bo easy as to Bob, drot letters one cent- Under this head COUNTY COURT CLERK. So, if a noble wooer conn-eHickman, the second Monday in I WOi a fixed abiding place ill tho 1 will become bis bride although we have not the smallest anything wholly or partly written. We nre authorized to announce W. V. ach monlh of 16SS. Will remain from confidence and good will of the SKWSPAI'KBS. idea whore he may be heard from; I see him now ! Ah I he mti3t be to TAYLOR, as a candidate for three to five days. jieriodicals, exclusively in the office of Cotintv Court Clerk of Fulton Noble in mind and face, people of this District. Ilero- but I think ultimately it will Lo Newspapers, by And purest christian qualilits publishers, one cent a county. Election in August, 1SSG. n 3Ir. W. II. Ivyser, one of tires from the Bench with the somewhere in tho latitude of print, mailed His heart with beauty grace; pound. ''well done, county's most industrious' diet of the people, Unionvillc, Long Island, New He nui.it be tall and manly noons, Ietc. FOR SHERIFF. e and energetic young farmers, has good and faithful servant." York. With a prou'l,btitteu lermicn Hook?, circulars, and other matter wholWe are authorized to announce W. A. moved toOseeoIa, Ark., to try believe that it is his intention to And eyes that spirkle brightly I am yours truly, ly in print, one cent for each two ounces SHUCK, us a candidate" for to With truth's unflinching beam: cotton planting. Wo regret to resume tha practice of law, to John Grant. or fraction thereof. tite ollico of Sheriff of Fulton couily. His finde I ?carce can paint it, lose him as a citizen. which ho is passionately wedded, MEHCHASDI9E. Election in August next. But I fcel, that it must be Tlic heirs of J. I. Williamson, All other matter, mercl andise. &c, one T70CXOTTJOn the.. railroad track, be- - in which we wish him ifabundant- Of love and gentle tenderness the pcoH .iwciu umou ouy anu iiicKman. one success, but wo doubt living near Germantown, Tenn., cent an ounce or fraction thereof. i.. FOR JAlLElJ. A winning unity ! him to remain in leather Pocket-booare laying claim to fivo hundred And with a fond, unswerving faith, contaiuiug a due bill pie will permit We are authorized to announce THOS. payaoie to lbancii. roster, from lid .Mea'e; retiracy inailV ycaK... E'en like the clinging vine. acres of land a portion of which V. WALLACE, as a candid ite for f ' also, one S5 bill on Dank of America. I Around his strenotii my weaker self lies in tho corporate limits of to the office of Jailer of Fulton ctiUni Found by John O'Neil. Owuer can have! Shall lovingly entwine ; Union City. They claim that the 25cts Lower lliati the Lowes ty. Election in Aueust next. In this issue will be found the And should Btorins o'ertake U3, geame by paying cost of this advertisement. I have no clerk expnsss no store ren land was sold by an agent named We are authorized to announce GEORGE announcement of Mr. Sam. Cross- Or sorrow's piercing d rt, Wouldn-- t it be a good idea for inml 0f Graves countv,as a undpay cash for nil rny Groceries, and L CARPENTER, as a candidate for the M. S. Hawkins, while the heirs I'll twine loves verdant tendri's as cheap as herefore can toMiavo two Legisla-',Hdat- c were minors, without any semb- st. Uest brands of Wittenbergthe cheap office of Jailer of Fulton county. ElecAround his rifted heart. for Commonwealth's Attor-tureand Lon ono for public and the other uev. ne s 5l brilliant young man be his fond companion, I'll lance of legality. They have con- t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low tion in August next. Not the plaything of n hour; or private busiuess I Hero's a au',i an :li,ie attorney; and tho JOilN WITTINO. sulted lawyers who advise them lie shall CAS" BUY A KUrfrAuTiE PJlESESft? A FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. happy suggestion to tho constitu- - State woulil at all tinies he well Ye, woman's feel, and proudly ocn that there is no doubt as to the reA magic power !" KE2AU. VALUE? W. B. We are authorized to annource tiou tinkers, without charge. Fulton tMiciilt Court. covery of tho l.iud Tho land was Iaiul faitlifullv renresenfed should ' Slie3UJfff one little hand sha placed (iOKE, ns a candidate for the office of As9 There is no excuse, for rich or poor, to he be elected to the position he It. M. Ijolincer and Ilattie Bolinger, owned by J. I. Williamson's wife, Before deciding this question we invite you'to 'exhmiiis th beautiOn her brow do whits and fair county. Election in Ausessor of Fulton on deny themselves the comforts and luxuries seeks. He IS the SOU of the late whoso mother was a daughter of ful and varied stock. While sunbeams lingered lovingly gust next. Petition Exparte. of mediujasrfm Furniture, at the prices fjol. ?,. Croasland, and'is himself or Goodc, of Va. On her sunny, golden hair; To all whom it may concern Be it authorized to announce J. p. A. We are ...v JlCFuC, arc ouer.uj., grent favor,tc j,, FultlljCOUllty. ITni n City Anchor. Whi'e thus she fiat encircled known that on the 2nd day of February, COOPER, as a candidate for re election Jo t By the roses twiainR ronnd, ., 3It. D. E. Pate, of Cayce Sta-- 1 lie will make a jroou r.ice, anu a Election in 18SG, the above styled petitioners filed in office of County ANse.-oDreaming of bliss another's dream The Goxernor has appointed the Circuit Clerk's uffice of this county, the ion, is a candidate for Assessor. good officer if elected. August next. Within her own was found ; at new store, Fuqua & DeJSow's old stand, has an endless va.ictv of His neighbors speak of him as a the following as Trustees of the their petition pravini; that the siid Hut-tiFor at the roy portal stood to announce Q M. T. We are Bolinper be adjudged a feme sole with SALMON,authorized iooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish Pens; ColAgricultural and Me hanical competent and worthy man, ono The youth she hid portrayed ; In this issue is announced, as a candidate for the office of Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards &c. &c "Who gased witli love's devotion lege of Kentucky: W. J). Nichols, power to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for County de-- t Mr. John K. Hendricks, of Living- Election in August Pencils, Port-folio- s, manned in the war, and very she benefit, any On the sweet blushing tnid of Lexington; J.D. Clardy, M. IX, own ownacquire free property claimmay next. serving in every respect. ston county, as a candidate for Then, he murmured in soft accents aim jLoaiii uuuiuss vuiiut. from the or or of Christian county; Colonel L. claims of her husband, to make contracts, He Commonwealth's Attorney. We are authorized to announce W. F. bn my queen, "If thou wi't Y0U CAN BUY J. Bradford, of Covington, ami me and he micJ, to plead and be implead- ROFFE, s a candidate for County Jis one of tho most popular men in Tojfther we will realizo Richard J. Spurr, of Fayette ed, to Acquire, to hold, lo enjoy, to dis- or. Election in August next Mens Arctic Overshoes at 1.2o'thc upper end of this' District, Tin brilliant, hippy dream." pose of, and in every way to use the game u county. She placed her hand in his and gsvc " authorized to announce D. E Ladies We 1.00 has a host of friends, and is en is thoiieh she were an unmarried woman, PATE, are a candidate for County Assessor. To him her LoVE, her MFS ' as " " Misses So dorsed bv those who know him as Selling herdrcims with woman's fsith Bkn Buil-.- u gives an opinion 'liven under my hind as Clerk ot Fulton Election in August next. ' " (Jii a lawyer of ability, a mail of honChildrens Circuit Court, this, February 3, 1886. Witli the mystic clap of Wife." that a loyal man can rcco cr of tlr T. M. FllliNCH, Clerk. Prom the lowest price house in or and integrity and well1 worthy w God bless thco, gentle maiden. PURLIC SCnOOL SUPERINTENDENT, government the value of histdaves America, the position ho seeks. 4 And shield thy life from care-- But JiM'lnl Xolic'. We are authorized to announce CIIAS set free. Hen's opinion is too ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. never wilt thou realize candidate for the ofpersons iudehted to the firm of r$on. n k'IN(!MAS.M linen, to be worth much. Thy "Castles in theaiu!" Mr. Willis F. Eoffe is regnhr-- ' B,& Drewry, will please come forward f,.. nf Public chool Superintendent Of Mi'Tiin St. T.vln. rfi ' '3 announced in this issue as a rly day, and make fcttlemeut. Fulton county. Election in August next. r "Fllltnu. fnilefl rliia rfL-olltns' drug store Alexander t'roceetliiig'- is an for Assessor.' Ho an assignment to John T. Stubble-jcaVlli(.la.We are authorized to announce Prof. 1.4 O Id stand. , f it...; as i oiti citizen, wen Known, anu it, Kui.i fn.. ti. i. JAM Ed . H.SAUNDERS, nfKn.'v a candidate ... CDUIUNTS DREWKY. .. rt u...v IIickjmn, Ky , Feb. 2 AVc note witli pleasure, that ..7. . to me uwve v.. fM II or mi.? assets are reponetti.tewni'Hiv mill well nunlifieiV " ' iiuiw. nieir fcv-- . Feb 12. 18S3. sMir Council met. Present, Council Election in Au5ranil-Sachool Superintendent. Alexander i Max- - tlnfT, Colcj Jtocers anl Jlcrt sr iMMi :n1MyiUi.iMinhtlM le fo& im -l- lft.pfXU'urnri Ho e.hni- - ta Javlrrnaugn rated, by olicring The Mayor heintj ahseut, ELTISGH0lSE70rT Customers to buy' the remainder of our Fall and Winter stock of n Ice lo rst cntcrtammcitt, at their Clothing, Overcoats anJ Witting was called to the chnir. Throujjh the urbanity of Capt. W. A. SALE, unesuay. evouing, T7rt of ir(v-i,aa.n..t.itl. The minutes and the last meeting "-- -Shuck, I have secured your forty per cent, before a Saddlery aijd ! read, approved signed. Tlio conveniences. AUo, all claims and am now ready to pay it out. s CITY HALL RESTED. Corinan & Co. ounts due J. ram was pouring down, and yet J. 11. tiAU'UEliS, Co. Supt. to The committee to whom was referre they were greeted with a very ceding goods would do T. R. McMAIIAN. Onr Member, Finley Kennick, good house, so favorable does the patronize them. the proposition of Mr. Ed Hoehn to rent Tij-oiPLUMMER & FARRISS' the City Hall for twelve months reported bad the honor of introducing tho public hold this company. So that they had accepted the proposition of most imnoriant bill of the nres- - manv were deprived of the pleas-- ! o ..ini.-- c:nfiiriiv Mr. Hoehn to for twelve Jackson St, opposite Courier Office eut eession, the bill to remodel re of attending, owing to the in- ,,,: l!l0 saw miu of jn0. T. 0.is- - months at 3100 rent the Halt they preper year, and - - KY. r JIICKlANt our Vat'AlltlA and taxation laws. cletneucv of tho weather, that the sety & Co was discovered to be sented Mr. Hoehn's written contract to! -l . Ho is making a quiet, unobtrusive manager has been induced to re- on lire, uut .i.'r, ution mouun, mc vajuiivii WELL selected stock of Saddles and was u- - inai L'livci: &nci oc,ltl.3 proposuion, aud the Harness. Isew work made to order. but useful Member. peat the performance on Saturday covered before tlte fire got a good accepte(1 Mr. c,er. orJcred to spread the contract Prompt attention given to next, on which occasion they start, night is pretty certainty upon the record MY NEW STAND, dogtaxn L. M. Snl rjmi's Issi!,-i,J'-s n Jltirdcr Sint a rcn.c d, IBS iff ri KSilla REDUcrr IN A ,.- i- ., RI C s f Watoh-mak-i- r, d :lp:Ll.A.tX'x, ,.... T a SlTxt Bros. db O post-offic- e DR. , - ver-Fulto- BOOKS, j ..... k, Groceries. J can-Kentuc- s, Lkl HyllOJlu. - WHERE I ITS ' cx-gov- -- uacu r. MRS. JBNNIB GARDNEP J e As-ess- ! I Ass j ilrno-o-iKt- JK imiL-itic- te Council .- -. TeacHer.W arir r , i dolighpr?i.ce ',. .i ; ,. u,f 7 k-- r CMu SVto n 1 ..K. ubko: C "WANTED ! -- 1 1. - -- l ' ,mA$P F""U Harness -- r.. ....tu..u.j .. m Fablie ! - 5 laved the" extreme sorenc-- a in his breast. examine the stable of Mrs Judge, it havin r.i.;idmn irprosfmiiariv affected and a Campbell, presiding, aud Mr. C. ing been suggested as dangerous to other single dose Imd the sime happy effect. Dr. H.Thomas at his post rcpresent- - private property. AH persons indebted to the undersigned King's New Discovery is now the standard ; j,c State. The business of On motion, Council adjourned. are respectfully requested to call and settle remedy in the Coleman household and on W. L. McCUTCIIEN, C C Attest, Court is progressing admira- up. A word to the wise is euiBcient. boari tlte schooner. Free. Trial Uottle.s of tl0 x-- r.nn. blv,. tue fnm mnn.rnnlili'Q uocuoi i.:- J. W. ROGERS. M12 n.mi nun kJiunuai j xk.ui.u t i Moore LUKE BLACKBURN, being about through with, except drum's Drug Store. Hon. Henry George is to a few iail cases, and well into the This thoroughbred Stallion is offered for Purchase counties of x. petition, with 201 signa i trial of civil cases. The business sale. lbs sire was out of a Canadian ComKentucky in the Inter-Stat- e tures. has been sent from this of the term could probably be got draft mare and by a Norman horse. He mercial and Agricultural Conve- place to the Legislature, asking ten through by Saturday evening, shows a marked preponderance of draft ntion to Assemble at Jacksou, for the passage of a bill to .allow but there is an important case set stock, coupled with the spirit and action Tenn., next week. Our good name ntitUni mrit i r lir foL-n- n liirli tT trirtil will .of his Drennon ancestor?. For particu- ftn flirt Yt- - "r,wl.n- aro therefore to be reneal of the local option law, I continue the Court one or two ,ar3' ic' aaure89 aud interests DEE KEED. well represented. which has been in force in this days of next week, HicUman, Ky. As no remon-- j The following named citizens Town Marshal Dick Moore, city since 1S7-1- . ii n should have a splendid house. to be the work of an iuccn-- j SUPERVHIJJO ASSESSMENTS. We will givegood bargains'in all lines" to make room for'our Spring XOXwhere I shall Ed. lloehn is an established favor- diarv. Hie lire was discovered m The City Assessor presented the Assessof any kind. He has secured the services stock. keep constantly, FRESH MEATS, &c, &c. The goods must be sold and will be put low Ciidugh so any one itcjn any role of humor he essays, til0 i0ft ovec the office-rooof ment Books to the Council for their superof that well known and excellent workIebl2 J. W. KOGEKS. .. this oft was found vision, which is appointed Irom the next which of itself is cun buy and be satisfied in prices and qualitv. man, Uncle Bob t'arriss, wiuie Air. tj. a. liurnngame, on tm mjn o,i After an absnse of nearly four weeks, a guarantee of good and faithful work. g at 11. his first appearance on the Ilick-an- an oil can, hay, kindling, and a regular meeting of the Council. Ystertlav SOISTS am apr24 o'clock, Mr. J. A. Ryan in strong smell of coal oil. Every PAYISO ASSESSOR. Miss'man staire, mado a Sj.Alice Fiielps were joined in wed the same line, each bringing the effort will be taken to prevent a Upon motion, the Clerk was ordered to HOW TO SAVE IflONEY. lock by Father King of Hickman. house down in rounds of applause recurrence of the incendiary work, issue check to A. M. Dellow, City Asaetsor, Ky. It was an interesting affair throughout. Mrs. Mattio Hoehn and detect tho incendiar-- , if such for $o0for his salary as We are Wholesale Headquarters lor al JIAOXOLIA STREET CONDEMNED. but it happened too late to get in is exceptional good in her charac- it is. grades of Upon motion, Magnolia street from Roj this issue in detail. Union City ters, and Messrs. Robert Ozment, allev to eat boundary of Troy avenue is , . . CREWIM, 5HQU& TOBACCO and CKAM . iM Anchor Feb. 19. Sherman lloehn and Harry Millet r i. i .Tmw. Campbell, on Wednes- - declared unsafe, and. the eanl street is here- - and- ready to receive anu execute- and will job to dealers only at Factory , tlieir paiib, anu rthcr'my line, promptly and at reaaonauie ng. nnnoiuted Mr. V. T. Tavlor. bv condemned as imi.ractio.ihle for OCISSORSStarks' Double Reversible1 were well up prices; also the Marshal directucupecuuiiy, usa, O Scissors, Two Pair in One, Hollow- - move, talk and act after t lie man- - r;ter Commissioner. He was public haveand the City said streetis suitable- Ures. m placed on ed to E. A. BUR LING AME. im.i.i l .....:.. 6..1.V nff "8 , by tho bar and n. notue to that effect. uenui icoica ma maw mm muuui flickel flated. Mr. L. B. Kingman has n rinii Mini,nin- - mn dosorrfiH on- - recommended . ...... .? -- ir. :,. XSfAt Moore k Landrum's Dru? Store the beat in the market. Wo also keep in :sr . ,.i,.at tt, WAVtu,. :i.. 1U aCll II1C3SI " """ "M".'- Givo them II good. lariro neiitiou ot citizens, xiu the ovu ..1. ' CITY II lU KUKStTUREMllb .".n .!.,. conrairemcnt. constantly on hand ft choice selection fcjeiasors. a worthy man, competent, and Call and see them Upon motion, the City Clerk and City 3aye Cost," Saturday night. of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Judge could not have mado a more Marshal were directed to take an inventort is a finable offense to kill house accounts Fruits, which w0 will sell very low for coming up and settling your i ry of the furniture, &c belonging to the Bv ,,a or pise vou will be reuutred to tho cash. Please call and see us. quails, rabbits, squirrels or doves, A CnptniM'ft Fortunate Illscovcry, popular appointment. with City Hall, and Hie Marshal is ordered ti Cant. Coleman. hcIi. VCymouth, Plyins an ollicer. after, the 1st of February. SquirFUlJA- - & DelJOW. purchase for the II ill, six chairs, two mir- settle with been N. City PLVUTBROS.&CO. rels may be killed after the loth between Atlanticcougn and wai T.,iad uua Circuit Court;, Fulton rors and two side lamps. as trouoiea witli ot Juno; doves after tho 1st of ble to sleep, a was so STABLE. induced to try Dr. DANOKItOt'S and February term of tho Ful anH The August; quails and rabbits after King's Jvew Discovery for Consumption. ton Circuit Court convened Mon- The Mayor pro teni appointed Council PATENT relief, hut al- It notonlv crave him instant the 20th of October. day, His Honor, Judge James men Rogers and Hcrtwealc, a committee to oc-lieve- A d Next door to Post-offic- -- be raini m d ten-strik- e J. AMBEEG'S Aa-eo- r. t : - 111 ... - BACK AGAIN, , -- J. W. COWGILL, 1d-A.3j- ?-- f ki . ii -- w -- Kz J Trusses PAY UP! INSURANCE. MEDICINES! -- c..ji .. rep-reeentct- he mi, litI Ml iiiiii LANDHUM & DAVIS, AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: idv Mmi HJVB HB AHocical Supports m' fecrftt 1J tMi'.-t- l jKw2A A.N"I LirZfliS hour, dayornight. 3PA.I1STT A.0XXT S TDILET ARTICLES 3D(S; &c, &c, &d. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock 1 -- &c, &o., &c. STPrescription3 M. v im?,- Ma - tr) ! filled at any $10 JRcwnrd. strance has been, or probably will compose the juries of tho present gro, Horace Aker, Sunday, who be, sent, the petition will probably term: I will pay ten dollars for the return of the following described Mare lo my farm, he was trying to arrest. Aker bo granted. We have always vo GRAND JUKOKS. 8 miles South of Hickman, or for Informawaa going about with a shotgun, teu ajrainst tue repeal or tue op B. F. Easly, foreman ; B. How tion of her whereabouts, She is 4 years Viclef3ing arrest. Moore had an ex- tfon law, and will continue to do ell, F. Hanberry, Hen. Connolly. old, little white in forehead, heavy mane, , amining trial ftitl was acquitted, 6u,uui, ...uSoiiu.iic, M. McDaniel, Dan. which lies on left sid" ; branded on left town would be Willis Gore,'j. M. Wright, W. D. shoulder with letter E. Strayed or stolen on the plea of self defense. not see that our MuPchis0I1 , V..JOW TfnaXB,n The candidates for Common- much, if any, worse off by.havmc JXl4l..10WW, Jnacn j.vv,..,, . t.o.i. from the range in Lake bottom, about Jan. 18SG. xnc-io """"rjwidge.Alex. uie, Perry, J. T. Spear, 10th, wealth's Attorney, Messrs. Thom- BuiuuiiH. W. T.BRUER stand, between twenty-fivFlecUvood,' B. Mathis,' A. as, Crosslaud and Hendricks, and M,r.. I none Hickman, Ky. " nci i stn.Y ,,n iiitinuv v.it uu II Scearce lso Hon. O. L. Handle, for Cir uut iiij.o 4vi u Ir without and the cuit Judge, made announcement bought violated trouble,hour and PETIT JURORS. EETHE'SSALOOInt, every Mon law is speeches at the court-housO. C. Graham, J. Blackmail, B. every minute in the day. No revFIjEA.SA.XT KE2SOUT. day, which were well received. enue is paid into the city by those Parhaui, Willis Botfe, Ed. Prat her, X They are all good men, and many wuo are liquor, while, it M. Ozment, Win. Lawson, W. u. FRESH BEER a voter will be perplexed to choose there was selling two saloons here, Fields, Frank Bookman, .1. 11 arsand Tobicao,constantly on lap. Ci- one or of the best brands. i between them. numb, Patronage solicited. the city would reap the benefit in ,' uook, it. u. ivcii, .j. x. tr:ii. nov 14 tf Louisville Commercial: May. tho shape of a license of from J. F. Bushart, Ed. Wade, W. W. to $1,000 to $2,000. Mayfield O. E. Eaker, Thomas field is said by a recetit writer lVhatCntl Do Doiip. Williams, Alonzo Leet, D. Weav- I tor. Lave beeu "on au almost By trying again and keeping up courage rn, 'boom' for au iulaud er, "Jltas. iNicuois, xnos. nl may be many thiugs seeminely iMtercMting: Kxperieaeea. Peter Martin, W. II. Treas, and attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of town, for the past three or four Furniture Dealer of Zack Sigmau. Kidney and Liver Complaint have been Iliraia years." Every branch of busiuess Columbus, Cameron, his Ga., tells cured by Electric Bitters, after everything experience, thus. and manutketuriug appears in a 17A. lliMA j .. l.V tA.l every r..A.l So," don't had been tried in mm. V.Qr. mw.i Micu :cvj state of activity and prosperity. on the market for Stomach and Kidney! Because tho Chinamen didn't elf'e there is no cure vain vou, out try for think tu n Electric Hitters. There i? no medicine io Many new business houses and Disorders, but got no relief, until I used 0 wijeu nicy iu uiut-ii:residence have gone up, all of Electric Bitters. Took five bojtlea and am from Seattle, Wyoming Territory, safe, so pure, and so perfect a Blood Puri think Electric Hitters the .,..-..Irimmitn ivns broiifht into rpooi-- l fier Electric Kit ters will cure Dvsucpai , which are of a substantial charac- now cured, and .m ... a ltetBlooa runner in the world.'-M6jtion ml exploded under their Diabetes and all Diseases f the Kidney. and many are costly and ter, u. "ecu, ui csii.ioertv: k v.. says , in aneciions 01 otomtcn au .i n..:,.., wjjii a prospect in the spring a.rn1.ni. l.n.oniFilMo .. VllClIf inviiunuie overcome all Urinary Ditfictil-tieillU UllllUlil-(.-....u -- " .! nmisi!. mi..i...,i t Liver, and threo-storhotel as Electric Large Bottles only 50 cts. at Moore of .an fetJut atfiftv cents a als were not injured by the explo & Landruui't. bottle by Moore & LaadrHBu- -, sion, and still refuse to, vacate. buiMinf. of Mayfield, shot aud killed a neJ --c TIME TRIED AETD FIB.B TESTED. r. ;Z PHOENIX, of Hartford. Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, irtford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, AND THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK N, J. Office, at Moore & Iiandrnm'a Drug Store. K,EIjI-A.B1ji- E e .,,,' , 1 -- I .v-- e, oore 2c Landrvixrx DBiTjaG-ISTS Has a splendid stock of the verv best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at ONE PRICE, and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. S BKE7AE Moni-'nendriok- s. unper-cedeute- d . .,! STOCK LL ruiiis im s LAIjPS,. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ROOFING A SPECIALTY, Southern Normal School, of merdirArt and ,lltiv nkrfoLrare in referring parlln detirlnc ipecial InftrmatloB toW. L. MeCutehra impos-ibl- KINDS OF i t u ! - - -r ele-gan- t, ajor i ? s. y Bitters-.'-Sol- d MACHINE ffm IPRESCRIIPTIOlSrS A. SPECIALTY. ra t AGENTS foe the 1 SEWING cliol lo He country. Lforrj, Co lowrr V,rMlcnlgloSpt 1,1885. lUtta hlghMtthn at any cool facUltietfcr the education of yonngja MuiclDrprtment character. Our (Eslablithed in 1875) Addreds, '. HELL k W1IJL1 eM& Bowlim ofikaan, Ky Orei,Kr J J liSSflBtS-- vVfc-- 5i P '1 fi,. 4 -- . w "' JV f jh' JU' fi 1 rf Xr - : 3L C 122 WSEIUX COTOEB. . jpttsfaJ y - I L the One of the bills now before thflt BK3III r rn..ltnra nrnvidos i lOW a I PAYINB .. a.B SOU I HtHN ..aa m LUYALIS 1 -- "" i? f?;, tt A t .. &. L ?i' Feb.rua"y 20.-- The WoTlT Representatives. -xox Stones Maiden Speech. Play. this morning saV8. T1 troduced by Representative Stone from I'ltdncaU Xcw. World .s able to It is no personal concern of to the effect that llio Secretary of upon In the current talk about the information ti on, most trustvvorth v onrs whether Southern loyalists,, tho Treasury be authorized to pay and vauous sources, SHOP. North Vest c6rnef of Moscow Rhey Boyd and of the or auy' other loyalists, are paid for Mnior A. RRinoTn.Iatoa Major ol of his wife, matterpeoplethe death aldeimen who voted fortwo Broad-wa- y and Trov Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., are not the the D BALER I JV SSSatiifactiou guaranteed. thV'use or destruction of their the Se onth Kentucky Volunteer satisfied there is not yet something railway franchise steal have n,,ownl,ce April. - (ieileml( CavalrVtV"0 property by the Goveruuient d'i- of n Major of Cavalry from Sep- - moie serious behind what has discloted the whole infamous com been published, and that there spiracy Ihey have not only told all ring the civil war, but it does ap-- i U to November 1, 1S01, pre- - rim-titiany moneys was not some sort of foul play iu that l elates 10 their ov n part iu the mainfestlv unjust that tlinn.frnm THE BARTER GROCERY- ot the wife. From the great fraud, but have disclosed im-pCards cisely just such claims shmld be paid hnti for aiiifother position the death FARM IMPLEMENTS. &C. taut evidence against all or very start there was such a feeling ul duni'S tliaftl"'"1- s liberally paid to loyalists of I mil-nearly all of the other pai ties to it "JITR. J. ir. MONTGOMERY, ' IM;,i ... serWiinder ordeis- but a majority probably, alter Tho extraordinary did to bid friend? and the public that D- , n.Ml i una, IlluioiH and other Northern disclosures Uus (Clinton Street, Corman Co'u Old Stand ) was a rv- reading tho letters purporting to he h9 opened a new and fresh supply of .k,'J v come from the dead woman, felt made, however, are less significant ATTORNEY AT IAW, all kinds of Fajiilt Groceries, which be States, and refused to reputable Mia Die offlcer. "j 91U' retmeu ai xox- than they would have been a will sell ns low as the lowest. He is rea- and worthy Southern loyalists. Oweuton, but hasllatt ilj been, as bound to accept these as oom-ldy at all times to eichanee Groceries n - - AT. ago, for the senate committee HAY FIELD, believes, a mvo that she died by her own And it apjiears like addinjr wrong: our cash prices for Butter. Eees, Chickens 'or hands. But there were many who has uueai thed and woy,;u together Ky- resident of Uig?a any kind of marketing that the farniiLg 1'racClce Since .Mnrcli, 1S77. e9, Rijury to denounce the Iu to the friends may bring in. The highest roarfcf allowances will bejaiadc. Quite a would notbeand are not satisfied, an unbioken chain of evidence claims of these Federal soldiers picy debate occurred between and they have taken up the mat which would have proven beyond WILL practice in all the counties of the t ket price always paid. Judicial District, and in tbe AppeN J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. t and loyalists of the Southern Representative .Stone, of Ken- ter and sifted it in a way that has any doubt the facts contained in First Courts of Kentucky. la'c the y States as "rebel claims" and "reb- tucky, and Representative Hoi-ma- produced a strong feeling of ex- men.confessions of the two aldeiTho committee was in a aeptlS-lof Indiana.frespecting the citement, and it may bo said that position el raids" on the treasury. As a to crush the ring and bill for there is now scarcely a person iu the rale the feelings of the old rebels merits of of A.welHknown of the city who does not suspect that puuisii tno culprits betoio tL-& R. T. TY LER J liave Feciired, permanently, one of the finest workmen in the Stile, and will make SALE AND LIVERY STABLE the relief ftjtes Lee, Tli.riT"l'Ja were m:ul were by far stronger against the roofing and tinning a sjccia!ty. County, Ky., on account the wife was in some way foully disclosures Motto I will not be undeihold, even in larger cities & ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Southern Federal soldier or loy- of the use, occupation and damage dealt with. The theories of those in existence prools so clear and strong that all the eunninir of - d who talk is made plausible by a KENTUCKY STREET, of his mill property by Unitalist than against his Northern Fr strong chain of circumstances. i counsel, backed up by wholesale HICKJIAX, - - - KENTUCKY. constantly on hand for hir comrade, and the presentation of States troop dining the war. KEEPS sale Stone's bill proposes to place the "In the fir.st place," they ask, ami trained perjury, can not over- YTTI said claims is in no sense fairly claim of Mr. HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Lee in the hands of "why should the wife take all this throw them. In other wonlfTtho YV to their care. Having purchased the stable, horsea cle- the Seeietary chargeable to tho Office Furniture Factorv. War for investi precau ion to wiite to a leading ring is completely surroumled, of and entire outfit of W. B. Plummo r ment. But, they are in a position gation, and report to Congress. newspaper at St. Louis, that there both collectively and individual- - novS.'TS we propose to continue tbe business, and A solicit patronage to view with fairnes3 . aUjfshch Mr. lloimau -- that the claim might be no mystery about it? iy. J?hglit a imposiiblc,r" ' ' " Wl vTTLJ''l V.'UVCP Hhy proper and just claimsfaccordin . movement to leave the state jSrSI-IVILX- E, about TJEjSTjST ixi. ..:.,:. .iL.... 1.1 :.. i. iiUl?f Tigg&. ....' .J Mr. Stone ?;iil that nUviiul if beany mysterywoman it? would probably be mot by instant C. L. suliject, R A N D L E. TS a leailinc School in all matters of education of Yoiincr Ladies. No other ?chQ,l in Wv,jtJtinii untuuiisiicu "' And so, would a so Mmi W. DIESTELBRINK eo war of paying loyal citizens, while he was "not an advocate for steeped in trouble she was about arrest. That Jacob Sharp anil his .1 " Jt tlie Miiilh miice tug war lias had fin great sncceJ, rnrentu can trust their children to ATTORNEY AT LAW &c. As an indication of this spir- a general payment of claims," yet to kill herself, stop to think what friends aie now iu an iion cage is its thorough and bteaily vorkiDg. For liberal terms, adJreaa a realized fact. The two alder DR. W. E. WARD. it, Capt. Stone, who was a gallant ho believed "the Governmeu might bo thought of it ? It will men who unbosomed themselves Collector, Real Estate Agent owed be noticed," "that there rebel soldier, makes his maiden in thoto tho people who were loyal is an effort 'hey say,all border States that just HICKMAN, KY. shown tho way weie led to do so iu order 'that speech in Congress, in support of claims should be paid,'" and added through to screen somebody, par- they might claim thoimmuuityaud l& Will attend promptly to all busl the claim of a Southern Federal that "a man who was loyal in the ticularly Bod. Then would she, sah'ty which the State ilings ne.s entrusted him in Southwestcn Bpace NOtrouble lo nane all articles, but no to show goods, soldier, who it is said is a strictly Southern States or in tho border in the hour of death, burn or de- around its accepted witnesses. Keniuc!) and Norihwestcrn Tennessee andome and see, at the corner of Trey States during tho war deserves stroy papers that might or might The evidence now iu the hands of Special attention given to the investi ga upright and honorable citizen, and the senate committee shows tbat lion of Land titles, and the purchase and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrn. Km more credit than a man detiimental to has a just claim. To call this "a loyal in Massachusetts.' whowas not bewrote her a note, Boyd? If the big i ail way ring has i am ide- Bale of Keal Estate. TJan8 Boyd enclosing rebel claim" or "rebel mid on the one dollar, why would she destroy ations and connections of the most treasury," simply because a gal tho evidence that this was true startling natute. Tho aldermen (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) A JUDGE'S PLAIN TALK. and then he afterward claims and seem to be the least important pe.A.. .A.. lant soldier Member of rsonages implicated. Congress has the magnanimity, How a Jnry Was uLide to charges that she died with a lie on PHYSICAN AND SURb'EON, New York is now upon the her lips, and claims that he had H. C. fairness, and courage, to stand up Agree Upon a Verdict. given her $25 instead 1 Then, too, threshold of another tremendous HICKMAN, KENTUCKY (DAVIS OLD STAND.) Tweed earthquake, which will in Congress, on his one leg, and if ho had given her tho $2.1 on FFhKS his Professional bervtcea to All kinds of Kiora LouLrllle Time shake the city to its center the citizens of Hickman and vicinity, Wednesday, as he says, why does XUST OPENED, with new STOCK, out and ouu Pine, stylish RIGS for hire. plead for the just and honorable When the jury in the Gilman he state if she had not burned the Nothing, it is believed, can swerveJ jaulC-'8- 0 ratronitgc solicited. (J ibKila STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES claim of an honorable Southern murder trial were .brought over note it would show she had mis- the senate committee from the Federal soldier, the only objection from Alexander's Hotel and placed represented him ? Why would course it has chosen to take, and house, at LuJ sually kept in a ora prices. to whose claim is that he lives iu in their box this morning, Judge that note mention the $2o, and ex- with Roscoo Colliding us the new octS0-lS8- 5 TKAS, FANCY CAM)s, Kentucky, is carrying the "bloody Jackson looked at them sternly onerate him iu every way, if he Tildon the complete punishment 188G THE isss black as of a ciime, broad Aont.iv moment JIINCE.J1EAAT, shirt" a little too far, whether for a slowly and said, speaking had given her the money in per- Tweed conspiracy,and at hand. tho LIVING DEAS AND or PICKLE3 is LIVE ISSUES. very and distinctly: son on Wednesday?" "Seeing," waved by- - Republicans or DemoI10S11NY, CRANBERRIES, ORJTS as ttxr or "Genlemen, I again give to you, they argue, "that by the published JIouopollc. OllifHixhUm, nd the crats. for . our consideration, the indict- letters of tho dead woman she Silrtt of Sectional btrlfc. ment against John Gilman. Ei- was endeavoring to leave his I mm (JrvcrMliurKTime 3D 3C Cfc WJ CT 3W SI, TI10 C.nrlcr Jonrnit iHinrt WjiTTrnto you or tho Court would bo skirts clear as possible, why would ther BULLDOZING THE PRESIDENT. A bill has been introduced in 1, the Bikn..ll-(Hugar, Coilecs, Soups, Rtpretenti-ti- e The Fall Session will commence much at fault if a verdict was not sue not ratner nave preserved a the State Legislature, allowing Newspaper ol tho South. 1. Democratic In r Mi., mi nrt, list, ntj.l all r ttmo i a tSyWill not bo undersold. reached under the evidence in! letter that would hold him guilt criminals to testify m rtjicton cl tha War laxej as lovlej m tL. Republican Desperation. own Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &3 MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, this case. I shall lie compelled to less ?"' "Again," they say, "she is behalf. This is a fatep iutheir nlit l i lo Ljr llio tariff now lu force. the The solemn resolve of the Re- keep you for a considerable time, found as if she had gently laid direction of Tli8 Weekly Courlerhornal true reloiiu. Now, I'm ckly new.paper piblishml In tlie publican Senate caucus, not to perhaps to the end of the term, down to sleep. Towels are wiap-pe- d lot our State solous pass a bill I'tmi-v- l And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences "tatr stut f.ir t1 quantity anj quality unless an agreement is had. J in mrh lMie of It, it It about her neck to prevent empowering our grand jtuies to' of mitirr tlmt confirm any of President Clevetlio uu?tsT FOR Iti ttlejraphls net fa. flitlei havo heard a rumor to out MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1886, ri,j land's appointments except those that that agreement is tho effect blood from fiowing on tho bed and hear both sides of the case before of tlia atle-- t other r:r, and it lina the rrrtirrt prevented her clothing. She cuts her throat, finding a true bill, ami our criiii-na- l country. It xntits anJ CurrraiKJiiileul In the piwnt tli nes ct the cek from resulting from deaths and resigna- by one of your number who stands almost severing the neck, as it ap. f cotuts will hao Continuing Five Months. less to eTry wtumthe the Wcrld. Km- to It Serial year tions, show the desperate straights out against tho rest. I do not pears from tho coroner's inquest, do, and iuuocont menniueh escape thrjush. ut Stories by greater nnmlrorrraJeri 1 ml &hart will prominent aurt popular The course of study, including thorough primary work in English branches. Mathethan of the Republicans to hold on to know whether this is true orfaUe, and afterwards folding the cover the odium of having their names Itr i teri avcry an of tin maRaziDet. in miwct n f.cdel t'.ie offices iu defiance of the peo - ! ui' if 5t is true t,,at Jlllor s bea oer herself close up around the appear on the court docket. A. The Weekly Courier-Journ- Political and Family matics, Lftin, Greek. German, the Natural Science, Elocutiou, Penmanship, Music, Drawing and Calisthenics- ;ing a very grave resnonsibilit . ueck, folds her hands over her law of this sort would go far i has by Especial attention is deroted to the preparation of students for college, and young pie's vote. J t is your dnty to find a verdict, breast, all nicely under the cover, wards ".fts vuwuiciiuu uiuuy xienimen for busineea. protecting the .ncv.isijsijur 1a ji.taenca. When the Senate declines to if it be possible to find one in con- - about as dead people are laid out, man from ftrknowl'ilpeil by presi anj people the petty spite and wio i; mini nira to i 9 rrrat confirm, then it devolves upon. tho fortuity to the law and tho evi- - and quietly breathes out her life licious t persecutions of Irveiie. In eutertiriie: 1. sreat In It currectutiMi of Informa- PrM?1pnt to omul iii nnnthpr union ' deuce; and if this be not done, I with no struggle or evidence of wreicn wno seeks to dintr a. uTarlety; great in every tenc . r..r.T- .!. an untoward gasp, even, whilst man's name down t,r ".TiTr fJhetttJWT that errrylcyihuuM to a le within a reasonable time ti r U'" . . arc Eot nlliiug ti ' Vftil Clf KPcrpc.v irliiili nnvnr vnm her life blood is ebbing away! his own worthless one Primary Pupils per "montlilK; . fi.H auuBS4 0 of conrse. will be rejected, and j deliberations and ir Loti'es A- T " 0 J nian.own to This, too, after having vainly tried prejmuJms. of Tntormeilintp tlius it coes to tho end of theMhe world tlm --aam4Sa' ihtjSi:' TTITO eixticr ofMnudautun lltl ,or-- Compliment in Our Con O il vtivttuCtU ..! iiemium p" .:ias i fre uwfulrjrlr nul.icr.b- ro ottered aftei all to sc5Sou,aner wnich the President Tvriio aro responsibIeS?Vxrou wfll fpliine. M'liich failed. Yet,rvlt i tinti Ill.lSt. PAYABLK 3IOKTIII.Y IX ADVANCE. pli A Ptunc Hpt of n rwiiiMI for the-- i. ne rnJ Iki n re niimi ) um mi.-ltititititititititititK. rtJC a sanii lo cop) of nnnnmrn ru mnn. florn nnnipc tii oiiu oiuj'.-- '"o "'""g" " '"'iO'mlK)roito(iiS.r m W Courier. The jury repaired to their room, desperation to remember that she 11J our B. C. Tho Paihu.all standard claii IviiiiV Fllt of pren.iuun. toSnpi.lrn.enr a doubt. It may be possible that with a look as if something had an not auj aJJrm. aiiviseu me lanuioru oi Jo 3UBSCEIPTIC:7 1EP.Z13. nutlie the old incumbent is restored, or hit them. Tn twenty minutes they ter r.ts.t inienuoiis, auti as bne Uc have assurance from j anKKT-Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1SP5. 3m ly, Take the source that Ha S. of, lT Ilil'nnono jc.r, I'icluilinr a free pr- cif removed before the expiration returned with a verdict, finding had not previously , mentioned ,m -- . .J1.M i:1Iti,1W!, I Mt ti.n IwkllT WecVly, toclul.. of lneamlo'cr, without" ... .., .. ni .v v.i v. , 1 I .x......r.v eai jo of his term, it is questioned Gillman guilty of voluntary man- iici kuvui.ii iuiiuis liiu i.iur, sue ' ,...,,..,, .....,., ..,.,i .!.,..... :., or Frcmtum, of h names sent u at every club N, C & i. cne time, fls ii slaughter, and fixing his punish- must do his and say she finally ,rcut ,ep lh.lt P'y. tils sender ol club ba sent as a present any his successor can draw ment at confinement iu tho peniwhether tho First lVlslrlil cne ol our free pf emlumi selected by him. concluded to cut her own throat, 4. irftfo .ai..mi,;.w.ji ., IUDU v o ly, 1V Sumliy oin year ilk iiiiii his salary. This result, or lack of tentiary for sixteen years. 00 l or it. mnv lie tliniiirlit. kIip. - iml looti. Iventucky member enjoys the con- Da lj, (except SsunJay),1, fix rn..nth. . . tl(l W . Va . (except 5 liil). (except unday), ona month OC is not the ginost important resnlt? murdered. She remtmbers too, fidence of tho administration to a sunrlaj , one j ear no Tbe part of the affair. It creates an at the very last moment, that her greater extent than Congressman Sunday, eix montha . 10 A Sensational Report. Xo trarelinc apenti are empli.yed br the bird was there to be cared for, issue that squares Democrats upbut apoo.1 Accusational report comes from speaks kindly and thankfully to Stone. rr it iu every community,. local apentina wanted to linm liberal on the administration line, and it Chicago to the etl'ect that a proali conmiinon la alloni-dIf tho members of the house there, yet ha no local apent In your neiishbor-.- '. firings the President to appreciate clamation has been issued bj tho forgets to mention tho name of Tiro U.iod OUIeers. 'rnA .to n for onr At' ConainB outtit. which ndi free of ehnrRe All emperor of China requiring all her father, brother, sisters and the fact that his strength lies in order, Auditor Hewitt has written the topits, etc., ihoulJ rcque.tt for outfits, aaiapla bo addrennJ to his party. The President is right subjects of China now in the other relatives here very dear to following letter to Mr. Spaldincr, W. N. HALDEMAN, United States to return to the her.' Jhis is about the way the Call on nearest Ticket Agent beyond question, and the consoli- celestial empire on or before the rr.tl.nt O0rl.tJ0.rc1l Ct., talk runs about tho matter and; chairman of tho house committee LOUISVILLE, KT. Or Address dation of feeling and effort of the oth day of May. It is said that many do not hesitate to say, "Some j 0M judiciary : w. n. JonriB, Democratic factions, being upon I the Chinese government will pro other hand than Lucy Boyd's ap- . A. SptiMitig, chairman ju- ". Pass. Agt., DalU, Tex., c-a sound issue and in defense of cee(i to retaliate upon the United plied that razor to her throat, and tliciaryconimittct Dear Sir: 1 learn " was in that room that a bill has been introduced, somebody else clearest right, will be the sounder ' products x?ua.K 0. P. & T. A., Nashville, Tenn. , it particular- - the night she night." All sorts of and referred to your committee, . p. FRITZ. IIELLNEIt, T. Agt., Hickman. iy not lor American icsiuents in exciting rumors and reports are for an examination of the accounts is fortunate in having itself forced China. The report is denied by in circulation about the matter, in tho Auditoi's and Treasurer's HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS prominent Chinamen. Still, it is such as that tho letter received office. Ihaonot seen this bill imu iiuo vu uui usurpuuuu. MANUFACTURERSOF J not unlikely that 'China maybe here from Lucj' to her mother is nor do I know in what way it pro- HICKMAN, KT. The. object of the Republican moved to take some actions in re- not her writing. That the one to! poses to accomplish the end. It taliation for the exclusion of Chi- tho Republican is believed also a' is eminently right and proper that Senate's war on thoPresident is nese from this country and the forcery. "JK.CJ- 51 Brown's Iron Bitters That Boyd's mother was such an examination should be1 s to keep Republican persecution of those that are here. in St. Louis for sometime proxi-- 1 made; it is but just both to the is one of the very few tonic DEALER IS in office, whereas tho President In that event this government will ous to the death. That she took! officials ami tho people. Tho law medicines that are not comin the proceed- with her from here, a former col-- i makes it "the duty ot each Legis-ore- d prefers men of his own party to take a lively part ITALIAN AND A3IEBICA1T MaRBL posed mostly of alcohol or ings. mistress of Rhcy's who is, latino to cause this to be done by assist in the affairs of Govern-- ? whiskey, thus becoming a MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE still in St. Louis, and who after 'a committee composed of mem-alfruitful source of intemperinent entrusted to him by tho peobers from both houses, appointed may bo the very kind servant; Cleveland's Determination. STONES. ance by promoting a desire ple. The Republicans during their who had been attening to Lucy's j within ten days after the orguui-roofor rum. fine lot Boston, Feb. 19. A WashingAxt zation of the General Assembly." Presidential terms, Lincoln, Grant, ton special to for HAVING received aMarble, I ofcm i r Italian the Transcript states her death. some time previous to But I have never seen such a An anonymous letter) Hayes, Garfield and Arthur, pared to fill all orders. Call and eza that President Cleveland committee in my office. ur work. Republicans, and the1 Sen- told a prominent Democratic sen- is now in the hands of the chief, 1 Brown's Iron Bitters Orders from the country, proaptjy woiitu urge mat tnero no seof police here, to that effect, ami is guaranteed to be a ator that while the action of the states that this woinati was ate approved. lected for this service competent may28 Republican senators in caucus in stimulant, and to go to St. Louis for the and well known accountants, and it will, in nearly every case, MARY! NN COLLEGE, The IMorrison tariff bill, report- tho matter ot suspensions and ap- purpose of assisting in the sepa- that the examination be made pointments has been fully discuss- ration of Rhey and his wife. take the place of all liquor, thorough and complete. Yours ed to the House last Monday, has ed in tho cabinet meetings, and a CLINTON, KY. sincrcly, and at the same time absoAFTER INVESTIGATION. excited little interest probably determination had been reached as Spring term, of six months commenced lutely kill tlie desire for Fayette Hewitt', Auditor., M. Geary, the Paducah chief of because it makes only slight mod- to the course to be pursued, no whiskey and other intoxiJANUARY 41b, 1888. I mobt sincerely join in the police, was sent to St. Louis to ifications in the present law, and, announcement jvould it tumie-m.-t- il cating beverages. Faculty full and competent. Govern, had been officially make investigation of the affair. above. the question DEALER in addition to this, there is little brought, to his notice. Intimations nient rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. Jas. W. Tate, Treasurer, J. H. CALLOWAY, Pre. chance of its becoming a law, have been repeatedly conveyed to The Xcws, after his return, DFf-STlJfRev. G.W. Rice, editor of D RBGS, MEDICINES TAINTS AND that after a thorough invesfi, 6ince, even if the House shall tho President that Senators Sher v, The threat of the American Christian man, Edmunds and others, who tigation of all tho circumstances senatorial caucus tho Republican pass it, the Senate will not. that all says of Brown's Iron are the leaders in the controversy, appertaining to Mrs. Boyd's death, tions will be rejerted wherenominapapers DEALER IS Bitters: hold Senator Meredith proposes could notof the tho entire Republi- that there is no foundation what aro refused is not alarming. If O., Nov. 16. i88r. Gn., can side senate to PRESCRIP TIONS CARb UJO MP O 0 X BJED I a commission to examine tho books of policy marked out by the line ever tor the theory ot murder, one Democrat goes out another is Gents : The foolish wastthem. ing of lital force in business, but that everything shows very ready to take- his place, and rotaof tho Auditor and Treasurer. He ASD ALSO. pleasure, and icious indultion will rotate, as it should, for The chief beauty of a situation positively that she committed sui- the says: "Everything may bo straight, Nets, Seiner, Lines, Hooks, and all'kind gence of our people, makes benclit of Democrats excluof Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at'aba jour preparation a necessity; but the people want a look at which has many attractive features cide. The facts appear to'bothat sively. gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen and if applied, w ill sa e hunis that the senate cannot reject the feeling in Paducah is so strong these books." He is correct. dreds who resort to saloons erally. Democrats faster than tho Presi- against Boyd that the darkest rufor temporary recuperation. TnE committee to investigate mors were given credence.It is the charges of immorality LOWER and LOWER. v' Theee is no need of discussing dent can reappoint them." made bad enough at best. All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &o. against Senator S. II. Boles rethe propriety of congress passing Brown's Iron Bitters as cheap as the cheapest. I will not bo xu&wussee cattle circles aro ported that said charges "aro an act pensioning Mrs. Haucock. undersold. has been thoroughly tested JOHN WITTING. agitated over a herd of Jerseys Tho Rntlrond c;n:timtvinii!i-- t without any foundation in fact, Nobody objects to it. Why don't bought of for dyspepsia, indigestion, Frankfort Frisbio & Lake, and that tho conduct of Senator A GOOD EDUCATOR they go ahead nl pass the bill ? ESTRAY NOTICE. THE FAMILY. Ky., nearly two years ago biliousness, weakness, debilThere are various and sundry Boles has been most exemplary Owiug to the Taken lln a a. cfrtv xr T.nlm T. Cmtil. applicants for the R. IX, Coinmis-sioiibhi- during the period referred to in ity, overwork, rheumatism, This is a Democratic Adminis- care, tho herd will a eh his farm, six miles east of south of consumption, uiado vacant by the said charges." The report was neuralgia, probably be Fresh News and Choice Reading tration, placed in power by tho killed at the expense of the State. death of Judge Boone. Most of unanimously adopted. 05 all Subjects, Hickman, on the Slate line road, in Fulton liver complaints, kidney county Kentucky, fite head of hogs, two It is valued at $12,500. people, but the Republican Sentho applicants are from the First spotted sows, each marked with Bwallow troubles, &c, and it never MARKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. Congressional District, but that fork in left and half crop off of right ear. ate don't want to obey tho peoThose straight Prohibition tickfails to render speedy and Op C15 bills introduced in One bovt qfcoat, same mark; two whiw) the district has twice had the honor ets aro very awkward things in ple's will. relie permanent Liberal premiums offered for clubs. Send for our premium lists. A cent8 fihoaK one male and one female, unmarknouse np 10 last Wednesday and of this appointment, and it is bard- - politics. The Tennessee Demoed, and valued before me by Harden Pale; wanted everywhere. Address, John B. GouGH.the noted tern ipmmuiBmine senate, but 4G ly likely it will got it the third crats are now trying to keep one the two sow at fie dollars each, and tho Have been passed and received time. The Second and Third dis- THE AMERICAN perunco lecturer, is dead. put of the field in the coming electhree shoats at one dollar each. Given ' ,uc vjuM-riior' tricts have some claims. ie, signature. unuer my hand, Feb. 10. 1886. . ' tion. o.enn. w R. S. MDRRELLj J. F. C. C. 9 A bill was into-da- y THE BOYD MATTER. Stone's First Speech. In the last fewtlajs several .. r.i.ii..., IIIr :i.N ....'..i? iTfintuckiaus Continued- - Excitement Over Iflltti .lUiIin Death of the Wife. With S, . have been the subjects of interest Suspicion of Foul ing discussion iu tlio noubo ui I T ANOTHER TWEED RING Exposures That Will Shake the City. u-,b- do-up- ar , before issued each party to the proposed matiimonial contract "snail give satisfactory evidence to the clerk that they are able to maintain and support each other with all necessaries of life, and also to take care of the children, if they should such havo any." The passage of aver-ago a. bill would be hard on the society girl who is matrimon. ially inclined. Mpoiiuv license a marriage I shall be -pip I J i.;xk?; IPaiMTffliaTk'a ilj ..n m L.r tciiJi, ii:, kh j tos-- sj mswwmw ij "ha kxsi -- I' 5AM.l -- Ata .. i imiL "7- illlllJI UIIUK mmmvm, .nwnTv.n FASmoSABliE C. B. KINGMAN, y oi Jr Professional ' G.PARK, ,lci' H ar dware, HI, ye Tinvare, nnnonn.-XTXce- -.. ji- B i u few-day- s 'n' n, Mo-Cracke- n e lTa. ROOFI1TC, do. DR. WARD'S Earis Parkee, ex-reb- urd is-no- sJiOJLikl-.sha8U8poot-t- leo 3 j .... Family Groceries. liW LIfllf Stilli.. HICKMAN, ex-reb- el DR. FARIS- KENTUCKY, Pauily Grocery JUDGE, ss I j 0 W. G. KINGMAN. firBt-cla- GOURiER-JQURHA- L. QaldTweXl's Sofe,!. 1 -- M &. I f I t opi-rar- - 1 s 1 1 - hish-prtc- NASHVILLE! Chattanooga m rj Rook-Keepin- g, al law-abt- dt .11.l A , 1 ItbiWRl CkL. 1 sn3t ejW I : lW.' Atlanta, cre-i- crt-a- i - TOt" -- 11 "b ! rn-mlu- . 1 1 . , ." rSr CALDWELL, MARY CALDWELL, U kS iakw L i 11 1.L-- I o--- CASE & MILLET, 1 Courier-Jouma- l, Courier-Journ- Grocers. HICKMAN KENTUCKY. FAVORI.T j "I. II,K. No Whiskey HEETWECK, BALTZER & CO. office-holder- 3 l, m j up-point- ed to-da- y Hickman, Kentucky. non-intoxicat- ing THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. II0LC03IJJE. ro-por- ts Re-vicz- 8" xc nr, F. E. CASE, FJjl.! Family Groceries; ffiw. ji ONLY ONE DOLLAR IN Veekly American --n- Cvn-tlnan- a, e IIer.i1d-Eiiterpri- pleuro-pneumoni- p. 0 1 s ; ' j VW-terfr-. ff? jgi$ saggh&y' -- 1., ...r-- H - 4 it i U 5. ? V, 'tvt rgj? i $ e- - 'J? t. $ i- - ' f Kfit" c H "' m '"", ' i& "- - ',' 'JtS 3 ' - "" '