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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886030501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- - " A' if f W ft, 1 - & A Jr7 &! IK? ECKHM COURIER. PUBUSHED EVERY fRIDAY f GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN, K"3T. u - THE & I ' HICKM JmN M 5 t t "il . iCf JiiJcjoaBtrcot, next door to City Hall. OEOROK "WARREN, Editor. jt COURIER. W .r'w?-. ' 'H J&& -- iitf-. S ,..2?' . ' m ' Fine Job Printing -E- Wfe'' XECUTED-. ' 'IflS ' - . Iwir - ENVELOPES, IiiiJTTEIl-IiEA.3- 3 Wn" PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. jSlN XIip 1859. COaTES c Oldest IVeAVwpaior Tj Iii Western Kcutuclc , 19. wr - yjjjfctf '" INVITATIONS, BAAJ,, - ii ESTABLISHED an Important case. Tenting tlio ., eastern blizzard. Velocity of tho "Wind Something PhonomenaL Buildings Unroofed ami Great Drtin.icc to . 1'ropcrty. i 'PniLADELrniA, Feb. 20. The wind played havoc with housetop all over the city today. 8h!ngles wero blown iu .he air nnd tin roofs were torn from their fastenings ..and hurled to tho ground. A three-stor-y house opposito the public buildings in Juniper street was unroofe-eanthe mass i.of tln"wns suspended above the yard in tho rear spire of the Arch street Methodist Church swavccL ominously this morning, and those who passed that way Rave the building a wide berth, but it btill remains in position. The velocity of tho wind "miles an reached forty-flv- o hour. HAEKisnuno, Pa., Feb. 2a A windstorm of a most disastrous character has pre- vailed in this neighborhood for the past and still continues. House have been unroofed and chimney blown down. This afternoon two of tho lares stand nines ot tho Lochiol Iron "Works wero tooDletl over, one of which crashed into tho works. Fortunate-lv no norsnn Tuns. ininnvl. Thn iliimnt'n throughout the countrv will bo considerable. Buffalo, IsT. Y . Feb. 2d. One of turn heaviest gales of tho season set in last night and continued The temjior-ntur- e was four degrees above. About 0 o'clock last night, while the wind v is Wowing a strong gale, a lady, said to be a sister of tho lato Seymour, was blown from a Lake Shore train between Erie and Dunkfrk. She attempted to pass from the dining car to the sleeper with her husband, and no sooner stepped upon the platform than she was carrh-swiftly off tho train. The train w as backed nearly a mile before they found the lady, who had escaped death, but received a deep gash over her left temple. Boston, Feb.2t. At 0 o'clock this morning a huge telegraph pole at tho corner of Maryland and. Alabama ttrcets was broken short otf by tho high winds. Other poles 1 in the neighborhood were broken or pulh-down in quick succession, and several ttreet3 were blockaded with fallen poles nnd inextricable snare of wires. Many horses were entangled, and a panic was narrowly averted. A furious blizzard prevailed during the night, in, this viciuity and for a long distance' don tho coast At Portland twenty inches of snow has fallen, and it is still snowing. Business is at a standstill. The Grand Truuk Hallway is blocked at Bethel, nnd between there and South Pas is in bad condition. At St John, X. B., the snow is tho heaviest of the season, ahd-thwind Is blowing sixtv miles an hour. At Westfield the stoeple "of the First Congregational Church, was turned completely over and thrust through the roof of the building into the audience-robin- . to-da- y ira? witwenty-fonrbour- s, J to-da- them ajicense. A Catholic priest refused to marry them, as tho parents of the lady, who is an heiress, objected to tho uinoti. Mg'rFnbre, Homan Catholic Bishop f Mont leal, was appealed to bv the mother of the bride to declare the marriage null aud void, which his loidship did, and tho of Quebec confirmed the Bishop's action The case has occupied the attention of the Superior Court hero for some dajs. Counsel for tbomotber laid down as an indisputablopropo-sition- . that as tho parties, had not abandoned their religion, ther wero subject to laws to which the Statu la d t Coun--i- l iided. as a protection, its for the husband maintained that while ITiigland had conceeded religious liberty to th Itomnn fatholicsof Canada, it could not oe inferred therefrom tho Protestant Church of her right t celebrate the marriages of all Christians, also that tho decrees of the Council of Trent, un which the Bishops had based their decisions, were neverpromulgated iu Canada. .moreover trie judgment renuereu oy me Vnrv Conned in r.nilnn in tho celebmt. (uiboi-case clearlv showed the absolute nullitj- of ecclesiastical decrees of that Kind Tho case was taken under consideration bv the court, and the judgment cagerfy looked for to settle the point that has been raised for tho first time. e.-thnt-it.lJ(test- Annul a Cliri.ti.in Marriage. MONTKLiFeb. 2 Last December Elizabeth GlolKJnsky. daughter of a rich property owner, was mairied to her cousin, Daniel Wilson, by Hev. Dr. Doudet. a Presbyterian preacher. The parties wero Catholics, but of full age, and tlm registrar issued 1'uurr ot un Krclrsla-itl- to HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KETpCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH in like a lion. TORN FROM THE ALTAR. THE XLIXTHCONGEESS. incitement mill InrilKiiittinn 5, ISSG. COMMONWEALTH Leaf Tob co Jlnrket. I Jar ami Henry. VOL. XXI.KO22, ox.x. - iW Travel Delayed in Maine by Three Foot of Snow. Mercury Twenty With High Winds, HHow In New 7-r- !tiivnl - o, Huuiptlilrf. - 1 TERRIFYING SIGHT. A Circus Klrph.uit on a ItitnipHge at d Ea-te- rn ENTERPRISING LAWYER. llt t!orrc UK Ife, Koinarrio- -, a.ifl Ilopes ith Another Woiiliii. St. Josri'ii," Mo., Feb. 20. A lawyer A A lMiAXrous, Feb. 2s. "Hunkey,"' an elephant belonging to the menagerie ot John 1$. Doris, the showman, became un ttliile her trainer was manageable endeavoring to teach her the trick, all th. and, exciting after other animaK by her roaring until there was terrible discord of noit ran headlong against the side of the building, bursting out several panels, and througu tho opening she made her escape. The infur ated lieast did considerable destruction about the Exposition grounds where quarters of the show tho winter forced located, an are and opening through, the high fence surrounding the gioundsiu the same manner that she had escaped from the building. The next thing she came in contact with miv.ii bnrbed-wirfence, on which she lascerated her truuk and breast in a frightful manner. Her keeper overtook her here, and, in trying to force her back to the grounds, sunk u -- pear iu her ear. It broke off, the head of the instrument remaining buried in the flesh. She leaped over the barbed wire, tearing several long. uk1 gashes in doing so. Alter reach-lin- g Fall creek, a mile distant, she gave vent to her rage by demolishing a small bridge over the .tream. She was prevented from coming to ward the city, and after two hours of terrifying conduct she voluntarily returned to her quarters again, forcing het way through the fence and bursting out Another opening in the building, where she quietly submitted to being chained. to-da- y see-sa- w e named Wm. Makepiece, from Dunlaj). I:u, together with a woman and two children, was arrested in this city Charge against him arc ombezzlcmeut. stealing a, team of horses and carrying off mortgaged property. Makenieee w as a collection law yer at Dunlap and became enamoured of u voung lady from Des Moines, named Katm Vogel, whom he married, having previously procured a divorce from bis wife Ho took his new wifo to Demson, la., left her, returned to Dnnlap, and eloped ,with Mrs. Donaldson. In doing to he aiii)ropnatod n team of. horses and carried off his' mortgaged property, besides leaving several claims of clients iu an unsettled condition. to-da- SAM JONES AT CHICAGO. Impre .Ion on UN I'lrst Audience of Three Thousand Tcoplr. Ciucioo, Feb. 23. Sam .Jones' four weeks' revival season opened here at tho Tabernacle erected for Moodv's use. Notwithstanding the inclement weather tho church was filled before the time for seis vices to begin, full three thousand per sons leing pre.s nt Tho revivnl'st-V- : an. pearanco and manner was su as to"put him on a good footing wi ,tno congregation from the start V- - prefaced his sermon bv a pica for e and easy good felattitude was that ot lowship, and a man in his tJn home, talking to a friend. The termor was an enrnest one, preached from the nxt. "'Let your light so shine," etc , annPItarel to'impress the audienco u Gcmm! to-da- y Up I'rnriitces -- hL-J- ve Store Scheme. Pa.. Feb. 20. The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers has oxt foot a scheme to establish, in this city, a huge depot or store., from tvhich will Iks distributed supplier of flour, groceries, boots and shoes, tobacco, etc , to g fuboidinate ttoiys throughout the communities of the country. Manufacturers and merchants iu this and other cities .have agreed to furnish tho supplies either at minimtim wholecommission. sale prices or on Tho goods will bu the same as told to the wealthiest classes, and will nil Prominent bo marked hy tho assoc'ation nmong tho "subordinate depots will lw Wheeling. "V. Va. ; Stcubenvillo and Bellaire,, Ohio; Greencastle. Ind.; Chicago, lll.;Baj-view"Wis.; St. Louis. Mo ; Birmingham," Ala.JTbeeling, Ala. tlronton and Porurnouth, Ohio; Ashland, Ky.; Cincm-"na- ti and Mingo, Ohio: tho variohs cities of tho Shenango and Mahoning Valleys, including Cleveland in short, all of tho localities in which are cities and towns employing organized labor, and more especially Amalgamation member-.- . Great PiTTSitfHOH, deeplr- - Female Bostok, Mass., to-nig- Type-Selter- s. Feb. 27. A maii-facturin- contest, one hour and twenty minutos daily, between female compositors, closed The final score was Miss tyie-settin- g Francis, 2i.475 ems; Miss Hammond, 15,i25 ems. The prizes were a gold watch to Miss Kenui, a silver watch and chain to Miss s to Miss Davis, Francis, and $20 in cash to Miss Hammond. Threo of tho ladies beat tho best record made in a similar contest last week between male compositors from the leading new spaper ollices. pearl-mounte- Kenni,2i,950 ems ;Miss Davis,21,C50 cms .Miss d opera-glasse- Pan Electric investigation Committee. Washington, Feb. 28 Speaker Carlisle intends appointing the committee of nino members of the House, under tho Hanback A Romance or South Mountain. , Na-gl- e, c Pa., Feb. 26. Conrad years, vho for many aged soventy-llvyears lived the life of a hermit on South Mountain on the land of Samuel Long, was found dead in his hut yesterday. Tho old mart lay stretched upon a buffalo and the wood lire in his hearth was out. Three days ago, when ho was in good health, ho predicted that he would die Febmnry i"i at 4 o'clock iu the morning, and it is firmly believed that it was about that time he died. There was no evidence of a violent death, as tho old man looked as if he had peacefully pns-c- d .away. Fifty vears ago ho lost his w lfe and immediately after that he went upon the mountain and selected an extremely wild and unfrequented place and vowed he would never leave it nor again mingle with the peoplo of the world, but would prepare himself to meet the houl of his dead wife. "VVovni-sPonr- resolution, to investigate the Pan Electric Telephone affair, on Tuesday next. been yet No has indication as who will compose given to the committee or when the work of investigation will Ik? begun, but it is believed that some of the oldest and most expe rienced members will be selected and that there will be an organization for and a of the investigation next week. The Police Commissioners Ousted. Coloibis, O., Feb. 2S. Tho Ohio Su- IM LS Church Damage Claim. Washington, alaivh 1. The trustee's of AViV!oit, III, Feb 2S. "Win. lYice, a neighbor of tho Aldridge family, was ar- - the Baptist Church at Crab Orchard. Ky., rested this afternoon, charged with hems presented a bill to Congress for joOO damthe fiend who tortured Miss Georcie Al- - ages, said to have been intlicted on tho dridgo- and hung her to a tree until she was church building during its occupation by , the Federal forces as a hospital. I ncirh- (lpnil. Siisnicinn has been :. i.. ...... t tt against Price from the first. It is alleged lllllK'C Ull iv... VI1MIJ1S, iu ..i.n... .1... 1..11 ttuuui LUf Olll that tho evidenco against him is strong, was referred, report against its passage for but tho prosecution refuse to divulge any the reason, as stated, that there never has been anv attempt to collect the claim facts in advance of tho preliminary examfrom the Quartermaster's Department, ination. nor is there any proof showing that there was any objection upon the part of tho Date Fixed for a Double Execution. any church, nor is IUton Rocgc, Lc, Feb. 28. Governor trustees of saidf ritt .r irt nrnnuri therotul ar t ul. rtff wnnu'inf McEnery has elecided that the execution of. possession of, or used by authority of any Pat rorel and John Jlurpby shall take placo . rommandiugofticer authonred to issuoan i order uu riiuuj! Jiuivu iw ., Grave-Yar- d j Gas. Bad News for Buckeye Farmers. "Washington, Ga., Feb. 2S. A singular CoLt'Mnrs,0.,"March 1. Secretary Chamaeatu is mat oi uiarKe inornton, of this berlain, of the State Board of Agriculture, place, which resulted from poisonous gas fays that tho cold spell of the week just inhaled, which seeped through into a grave passed has been very damaging to wheat he was digging by tho side of anotber Tho and the outlook is now very poor. Two or other men at work with him left the grave three weeks ago tho outlook was for a moro as soon as they detected tho gas, but than nverago crop. Thursday night, howThornton, thinking there was no danger in ever, the ground, being full of water, froze $stW tine. it, remained and died. ' tight in two hours, probably throwing tho root of the wheat out of the earth and Fever Epidemic. Scarlet killing the plnnti. Americans Crowdim Into Mexico. MATTOON,"IiJi, Feb. 20. Scarlet fever is Citt or Mexico, Feb. 23. The hotels hero flpidemic at Toledo. Cumberland County. Gold Going from Us. been closed, and Ine public schools have adjourned prenja-'tnrel- y are crowded with American nnd English Sew York, .March 1. Six hundred thoutourists. Several Americans interested in sand dollars in gold was engaged for export 'thc Circuit Court was tho disease. to avoid spreading a proposed hotel on the American plan are also here. Harder in First Degree. Favor Expelling the Princes. Killed by the Electric Light Current. Funt:"Mich., Feb. 20. Tho jury in tho Paris, March 1. Tho members composing Evanstillb, Ind., Feb. 28. About 7 eseof Fred Footo, charged withr tho mur-d-r o'clock this evening, as Hugh Oliver, aged tbo party of the Extreme Left in tho Chamat 2a, an employe of the Evansville Electric ber of Deputies met y of Andrew J. Brink, to adopt a lino , JFeaoa. on tho evening of December 29 Light Company, while at work on the dynaof action on tho proposed measure for the last, this afternoon brought in a verdict of mo, accidentally placed both his hands in expulsion of tho French Princes. M. mrderlri tho first degree. Tho prisoner- connection with the electric current and tho Clemenceau was present. By a vote of 40 listened coollv to tho verdict and was re- full strength of the 3,00tVcandle power dyto 6 the meeting favored the immediate l to jail to await sentence. namo passed through his body, killing him expulsion of the Princes. Clemenceau ap- proved the motion. instantly. IbsIrbss Failures. A Queer Fancy. "No Man's Land." Knr Yokk, Feb. 36o-- E. O. Dun & Co. n- - New York, Feb. 28. Mary Jane Cleve"WASnrNGTOX, March 1. A proposition is allares for the past week aa land, teacher in an Orphans' Home at One in Congress to take "the public land strip," , pert, lnwinr-i- r Canada Zi Hundred and Tenth itreet, thtadty, has re- er "no nan's land," lying between Texas "Thdtai m and Santas, addinc more to It iat wees ana ?ra tat ceived perxniMton from tbteourte to change making nearly 10,000,000 acm, from Texas, . and stub Was fcalf Ui fIIuri her nana io It will raid MarvOrover llioici tae Territory cf Ctoemra- sinus i Arrested for the Aldndge Outrage. A .bVe.-t.ulf A National Shrine. Ai.uant, N. Y.. Feb. 20. The Senato mussed tho bill ceding to the United States jurisdictioSi over the Drexel Cottage at Jit McGregor in which General Grant died. A Singular Accident. most agonizing Cin'cinxati, Feb. SO.- -A accident happened this ntfemoon to Henry I)ilg, ail expressman, with headquarters in the Court street market space. "With a number of other drivers ho was engaged iron in performing gymnastic feats on an him-ebar inthcmaiket house. Iu giving on a along swing his left leg caught butcher'-- , meat hook sticking out from the wall. Thepain tusl him to loosen his crip on tlio iron bar, and he hung head downward by his leg. Tho weight of his body toro.the flesh and muscles of the limb in a Mckening manner. Ho was lifted off the rack bv his comrades and sent to tho "hospital In a patrol wagon. Tho wound is noterions. although it may render him a cripple for life. It . Mormons Sentenced. S,AtT Lake, Utah, Feb. 20. Frank J. .Cannon and Angus Cannon wero .held to-flavin S1.000 bail each for assault'on L. S. Attorney Dickson. S. A. Kenua was discharged. H. I. Gowans, W. H. Lee, IL J. Faulger, all defiant unlawful cohabitqrs. wero sentenced each to six months' to-dn- v preme Court has rendered a judgement of ouster in tho quo warranto cases against the Cincinnati police Commission, but refused to oust Superintendent Hudson, who was elected for one year. The action of Governor Foraker in removing the Commissioners is thus suxtnined. In the Hudson case the decision was unanimous, but in the Commissioners' case Follett dissented Workmen Discharged. SrniN'tiFiELii, O., Feb. 2S. Between threo hundred and four hundred men were summarily discharged by tho Champion Malleable Iron Company, of this city, for signing a petition asking for an increase often per cent in wages. ical Association, rushed through thn ing made to make passengeis comfortable. crowded egation up to where tho Zero weather, with btronp northerly joung lady was kneeling, and endeavor-wm- d .prevails o "Western mail has ar-...... j Tim.-to uor taK0 riveti since Fndav night wero oniiosetl bv the siuciuc Hoi sTo.s, Me., March 1. This section is experiencing the worst known and praying members of tho congregation for twenty live years It has stormed con who forced tho intruders back The lady's tinuously tor four dins The roads aio sister took hold of the prawng, weeping mjpassable and train- have been cauct ltd gin, ana Hiiempiea tow1l lier away .werepfi 'VL-Dovr.it N. H. March 1 -- ThoMinotinduig tho towns this morning reiiortra tli inuri.uisr fiirtcrable force, ana tliu ,AiTort;j to pull her ui proven trnnvniiing. ruerowas intense as rniKin-- ' 'rem ten to twenty degrees excitement among tho congregation, porno xeixvand that a high wind was of whom threatened vengeance if tho girl St John's, Jf. B., March 1. This city is wns not allowed to seek religion in her own blockaded by snow. Since Friday night no way The constable of tho village was aptrains or mails from the West have reached pealed to. but ho positively declined to interfere. Order was finally restored. Thus here far thirty two peuitants have joined tho Evangelists. People attend for miles THE STAR OF HEAVEN. around, and one w oman. aced eisbtv vears. Tlip .Han Who INtiil.lLshrs a Ntu Orilrr walks three miles every evening to participate in the exercises Miss Mers was I.ikt-sOooil Thins of It. among the happiest of the penitants last WtKitEV-iu'KG- , 1. Mo . March Charles II. night, and says she will et gather all her Smith who was arrested here on last Friday relatives into the fold. night, had succeeded, by a well devisid swindling scheme, in defrauding tho inhabA HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. itants of this and udjoining counties to the Two Children Whirled for an Hour Around amount of 20,000 His plan was as follows: the -- hart or n .Mill. He pretended to have been specially ordained by God to form a new secret order, Revdivo, Pa , Feb 25 A man named from which was to grow a new- and tho Lillie owns a mill at Shamokin Hill. His onl true religion Accordingi he began establishing tho Order of the Star of twin daughters, Katio and Susie, aged 0 Heaven Ho would grant a charter to anv years, strayed to an upstair room m the mill six persons who applied for it, provided where a shaft was revolving While at play each paid into tho common funds twenty the little ones ventured too near tho five dollar Charter members pledged themselves not to take more than .six moro machinery and their clothing caught in tho members into a Lodge, thus allowing onlv shaft, unci they were drawn around it and twelve members of a lodge Then he had w hilled with each revolution." - After licing prophetic visions m which git-a- t avenues tin own around for an hour the- wen found of wealth were opened up to him On tho by an older sister who hud come to look basis of these visions he induced his dupes for them "When the machinery wasstojv-petheir liodies were found to 1m terribly to mortgage their farms to the order, and thus it bocanio a sort of loan uss(iatnn. lacerated The skull of Katie was badlv The secretary had charge of the notes, deeds fractured and her body in other w ays much nnd mortgage- - of the lodge, which he mutilated, causing her death. Suio still turned over to the treasurer, who convert- lives, but her chances of recovery aie small. ed them into cash Smith was financial Her entire body is moro or less injured, agent of all the lodge-v- . and hereiswheio tevernl bones being broken. the sw indie is When the lodge was organized the first dun of the financial agent GERONIMO GOES BACK, was to purchase fa nd near some town, divide it into town lots, which were pur- After refusing to Surrender chased by members of the lodge from tho financial" agent, as follows. A meinlwr Et. Psu,Texis, Feb. 25. Word paid $.10 for a lot cash and a reached here of a meeting letw cen has just General note for the balance, bearing ten per cent, interest, and gave a mortgage on the lot Crook and Geronimo, at Sanva Ranch, tho He then got "iO of the treasurer and day before yesterday. Tlio chief and five gave it and hisnoto for 100 to the financial bucks, in consultation acent, and gave the treasurer a receipt for asked permission to with General Crook return to the reserva550 The agent returned the ?.") to tho General Crook retreasurer and had the noto for $100. In this tion unconditionally. unconditional surrenfused, demanding an way each member got a lot and the agent der Geronimo declined to givo himself up, main notes of from ?100 to .00 each. Tho and after a consultation left for his camp, notes ere good The agent sold them and keeping tho white Hag flymg'for several got rich in this manner. His victims aio miles Chief Nana and another are still numbered by the hundreds. hehl as hostages Geronimo is reported to havo ninety bucks, besides womeu and chil dren with him. No attempt will b made Public Debt Statement. to follow him. It is not known what Un W sinoTo, D. C, March 1. Tlie followwill do. ing is a recapitulation of tho debt statefor the month of Febment issued A STRANGE FATALITY. ruary An Old t.iidj Interest-bearinKilled Ity n I'd debt Itonfls ut t't icr cent .Mastlir. f STAOOauO CO 4 per cent.. tT.T5U.lUI 00 llonds at A.NSONIA., Cosv, Feb 25. Ycstrdny ; Honds at 3 percent ..,, T:in;eT cw uiuiiflug mu.w unn.muuli4uy.i zuriunuiu LeTUui.uitrs2tlrl rvt o l.("00,tM CO "W. R. Slade, died from injuries received Navy Pension Fund ut3 C4,jtSSr.! CO It It bonds at 6 per ct from her pet mastilT playfully springing .jirfl.csi.oi' oo ujKin her while in tho collar, throw mg her Pnncipal 1Q.M0.S1 4 C4 Interest . Her grand down nnd breaking her hip Miss Josie Hill, wus Total ?lC1.2r.30 ("4 daughter. yestenhn afternoon to have been to t has H. married Debt on which interest has Mling, a since maturity . 'M mingham, wenlthy manufacturer of Birand over two hundred invitaJ4Ji.lfi.-Principal 20TS5 ?J tions had been sent to friends in New York, Interc-- t New Haven. Haitford and Waterburv 05 They wen1 recalled Tuesday, nnd jesterdnj Total "'"rinjr no Intercut nttornoon tue mnirmge ipnetlv totik placo J4fi.7oS,tffl3 CO A. d notes ut the bride's residence, only the intimate H.'.f.'O.tOl 00 t ertmcates ot deposit friends being present A handsome fortune I0o.C37.0fi0 00 Gold cert flcatcs Sil er certincatcs iSfl.BlC CO was bequeathed tho bride by the grandmother Frac al currency, less JSrnWCl C.t'i!,I.Vl 77 i summed lost or destroyed.. The Em?ncipation of Labor. ...- ..$ 564ri.7I.". 77 Principal 2.' Tho Socialist member . l,S17,f.s".f;.l 03 Paris. Total debt, principal. ....... 10.7ist:s 43 of the Chamber of Deputies Interest joined $I,R8.XH.07l 48 in sending a telegram to tho British woik. Total men in the House of Commons, proposing Less cash items aallablc lor aa,ti.748 P4 a joint International movement in the reduction of the debt I.es reserve held for redemp- 100,000.000 CO of tailoring men. Tho main objects of tion of United States notes the proposition are to be tho securing of a $ aSl.KM.74s W reduction m tho hours of labor; nnprovo-men- t Total m the sanitary condition of workTotal debt less nvallublo cash 1,50U7I?.2 r"2 shops: proper limits to the work obItems 'M 7t'.72tv0C! Net cash In Treasury .......... .. tained of women and minors, and an absolute prohibition against allowing children Debt. les cah in Treasurj", i,4r5iOS).3rj to of either sex under fourteen years of age to March 1, IbMl . work at all in shops or factories. Tin telDebt less cash iu TreiiKury egram suggests that the Uritish workmen SI.4."M."iC272 H Kebrunrj 1, 1sn" join those of French in inviting the workmen of America and over Europe to send Decrease of debt during the $2,701,153 31 delegates to a congress to be held next month September, in some plac-- to lie hereafter Cash in Trensurv available reduction of thedebl- for designated, for the purpose of discussing Geild held for gold certllleates means to emancipate the workmen of all il05.C37.o;0 00 countries. outstanding Silver held for ssher ss.:Ei0,hlC 00 cates actually outstanding Dan Dalton's Dilemma. Tnlte-States notes held forcertificates of deposit actualJincinvvti. Feb 25. At noon today H.WO.OOO 00 Ij outstanding .judge Robertson granted a writ of habeas Cash held for matured debt r,C0ti,(7. CO corpus for County Clerk Dalton on the nnd interest unpaid .. 1.1KI 2o Fractional currency of his attorney, (' AV. Raker. The application was necessitated by tho Total aallahlc for reduction or tho debt t 3,t.Vi,748 ft action of the House Committee in deKesorvc fund of Precinct manding the Held for redemption of Mr IJaker stated A. Fourth "Ward Mates notes, acts oi January Mr. client, his Dalton, that S100.CKO.CO) OO 14. 1S7S. July 12. IS was pei fectly willing to produce the re1'navall.ible for rciluctlon of turns of that prwinet, but was unable to the debt: fcy.fcll.tti; 4'l do so while the we're in the possession oi fractional siher coin M1.32C 17 the Senate Committee of Investigation, Minor coin who refuse So deliver them up to him J2,S42,:KJ M until they have concluded their work. Total... jcst:i.k70 oo Judge Robertson permitted Mr Dalton to Certificates held as cash 72j.tto.2U: Net cash balance on hand . . to appear for a on his own Total cash in Trpnurv tearing next Wednesday, and fixed tho gen bj Treasurer's K) account . f 404,4St.'lS.- 52 bond at Sol snow-storm L C'ilms, Me., March 1 Aroostook County is snowed under fully three feet on tho level Trains are blockaded in all directions. Provisions have been forwarded by men on snow-shoeand everything is be- from Xi w YuiiK, Feb 25 Reading", Pa., says- Revival meetings in tho village of Temple.six miles from here held by Rev Ulyses Grant Glick, have attracted very largo crowds. Tuesday night thero was a scene of extraordinar3 excitement. Lena Myers, a prepossessing brunette, aged seventeen, was at the altar among many other peuitauts. Her relatives not w Khiug her to lecomea member of tho Evangel- Meetlnjr. A special at u I'euntjrl-vunl.- 1 fcttR1" ?.?r b.1Us 1'Irttt SVamlmi. 'cers was cbnnKed rittCorea,n aGovernment,amended, limitHL1?01. uf hill and imiinVf JUK anu-- v A l01"1 resolution, on toe calendar was pro-S.;"- to accept services e authorizes rv ,- -.. IUU PGrlOd as,du ior further amend .ui' .H" S ?.?ng.c tuelr t0 euable National hanks nan. location and capl-i5.iatwo;thirds vote or the stocklioldeis &s. ',Hltl fnr GllMt ho-J- ow '"S nni rttr-tJvJ I pro-vailin- g. ! a - d one-thir- d to-da- y g perct-1'UL-i- llu te s.Bn I'Vi, ffmr EidtV nrti.kii HoiV lV ti,t,iilt,' . 4.lfi.-,M- 'J t legal-tende- r ..... Fe-- to-da- y e I poll-boo- k I'n-tc- - ci-- al -, .:.. The-Co- fr J to-da- saloon-keepe- to-In- m T ltUw j Bta-21- in Jrt rtMKnk. K I Insane from Starvation. 2.". A most distressing citboof starvation was discovnml here at an enrlv hour this moiniiiR. Fred Saunders, wife 'and two children oamo hero from Cleveland a month ago, nnd ho being unable to find employment, and being without means, was sorely distressed. For several days ho refused to eat anything;, giving his fehare of food to his wife and two famishing children. His hunger und distress overcame him this morning and he was found a raving maniac, tearing hi hair out of his head and attempting to kill himself. The case bus excited the profound sympathies of every one. Items. A Jail Delivery from a Steel Cage. To make Coney Island once moro a At Newport, a few days ago, all the pi Seneca, Kan., Feb. 2.". Threo prisoners resort for quiet, respectable people tlio for the wedding of James Mur broke out of the Nemaha County jail last discussing the need night. A reward of $500 is offered for of (iohi away with ray and Miss Maggie Hutchinson were arnuisances such as their recapture and return to the sheriff. ranged. The bride was dresed and on bephoto"little booths, sausage-shopThe jail is a patent steel cage, and was-co'whirligigs ing asked if she was ready! replied Yes." sidered absolutely safo, but tho prisoners graph stands, sigh drilled the rivets holding the cage door, and other small enterprise." One She arose to her feet, gave a heavy and then cut through tho brick wall in- nuisance to be abolished was mentioned and tell over a corpse. Suppose heart disclosing the cage. as tho blowing and tooting of wheezy-voice- d ease. V7m. Lv.ne and three brothers named Turin Two by a Saw. Cul horns away up in the cupolas of ner quarreled about a tract of land, near museums, that fairly blow rePiedmont, Mo., Feb. 25. Moses Ferry, head sawyer for tho Tenn Lumber Com- spectable people ont of their hotel Yellow Creek, Bell County, which resulted iu the killing of Lane and ono of tho pany, was" killed Bt their mills this mornwindows." A. 1. Tribune. ing. Ho was accidentally thrown before brothers named George Turner. one of the largo circular uws and his body nt ChinquaThe nanio of tho To keep postage stamps in tho was cut in two. pocket or memorandum book without pin Rough, Jackson County, has been changed to Annville. u MicMujj, a iew uneans Judge Mitchell Drops Dead. Da viii B. Clw, a medical student, diop-peclerk advises people to rub the sticky Des Moines, Lv., Feb. .". Judgo James side over the hair two or three times. dead in his father's house in Henderson. L. Mitchell, of Nebraska, while address-inThe oil of the hair coats the. mucilage The deceased was about thirty years of age the convention of early Iowa and unusually bright. and prevents it from sticking. in this city, this afternoon, dropped dead BtRGLAns are at work in Shelby ville. He was on tho floor of the It is estimated that the United just concluding his speech with tho sen- States produces enough lumber each Several dwellings were broken into the that of tence, "I love tho olrt soldiers of Iowa," cars, other night, including money Aleck Logan, when he fell to the floor in an apoplectic year to load 1,42,581 railroad which ?90 and various This would jr., fromof clothing in each averaging 7,000 feet. faint, dying immediate y. were taken. Maj. W. articles make a train 8,500 miles long, or about C Bullock's residence was entered a few d around the globe.- - Chicago evenings since, but nothing of value was Letters of Mahonv.t. 1 mes. taken. Vienna, Feb. 25. Experts declare thai there Are autocranh letters of Mahomet An Auguota (ke!) lady has ordered A zrororR of buildings burned t Vr-aillamong tbe papyri tciulrH Id Kaypt bj a set of falie Uath for hw old pony.. I40.WO. en tbe 53d ! j Amhiyfe IfDlr. 2?9t fen itot' Knin, Pa., Feb. Uiue-IKH to-duMlsre-llwifoiis t Ji T.urrencv rts taken up. I'emln.R actum the inornlnsr hour cxpiied ana tin cots, deration of thf educational bill was sj Hovre. Tho Senate bill to quiet the titles stiite-men- ts oiKitiers on the DeMoinc rner lamN. Io4was reported and passed Tho hill to actional portion or a gallon of spirits tasf lkn till nnil cnnnttini. !). nnnlnal . . Bl'V VillV? 1MV UKtl31 , ."Jtterworth. ii and in Its lavor by loan-PosL MorfXfaod Worth. nton. Wise, ot ing-thlu v!ij4?-- ' Kvt tho floor and -- tiBTnptcu, s pohflcS. but ho1 s. b Icrrison, woo UmmiwIi 't'h'i.thait . order, lie an mred lr Whftmtor nouncod ke would tako his opportunitv on .iiuniaynxj m general acoutc Jtr Bo-fo- re . offutd a substitute for thepcndlnc bm, but it was reject d and the ouginHl measure passed. The IIoue nt 5 p m ad Journcd WASllINRTOV.rcb. 25. Seate. Exccutlxe coiumuuicatiom utre received and bilis reported from cCrannttecs. Among the latter was one, which was pnscd, to relieve the political dfsabiUiift or Hobt rt IU. Anderson, of Georgia. Tlw bill ll.xing a day for the meeting of the. Presidential Electors was ordered printed aid placed on the calendar. The committee teportcd the bill authorizing a bridge Hcross the Arthur Hill lor tlio II A: O . to Sew York, T e S nato recalled a re-- o lution, asrrccd lo jesteiday, liiowilmg for Hills lhwers lor the Pension Itiiiiding ero introdm id for the lnpiction of meats for exportation, prohibiting the ot food nnd drinks, and iiiithoriziug retaliatory measures mcisodr unjust dnrin-raer-bobj proclamation of the Presicommerce bill dent, and ulso in Inter-Slnt- e Consideration id the bill for the allotment ot hinds in itrcrulu to the Indians a resumed, and the bill passed n Horsr. A memorial of 122 New York snv trigs bunks, uk:ng for the repeal of the island sUtrUnv, wns presented. The net incorporating the Kaiis "ship Itnilivay Compmn w.is reported 'rom the Cotnnierce ( om mittcc Tho Committee on Military Affairs reported the Military AcaJtmj Approe Committee priation bill. The I'oot-olfAp(iroiriation the reported bill. The Public Iands Coiumilteo rrportcil u bill tolorfiit the grant of the Ontonngoii and Wisconsin i.ulro.id. The Delaware and Marvlainl free ship canal bill was r ported from the Cotnmlttte on Kailways d nnd canal, the Ilentiepm Cnnal bill was up. Mr. Murpln. of Iowa, concluding tnktn his speech In its favor. Mr Poni.ll. of Illi ndls. lollowetl, but the morning hour having expired, the- pension appropriation bill wns: taken up. Mr Towuscnd, of Illinois, c.x Mr. Henderson, ol plained it provision Iowa, mudc a strong political fpeech. He prooked a lively debate, aud precntcd action upon the bill. WAsnfr.TO, Feb. fi. Senate Mr Mitch ell delivered a "peechon the bill for the abro gation of all treaties permitting the iinmfgrn tlon of Chinese to the tinted State". Mr. Hale'1 inowdto go into eveoulH d Heck slon. On the statement of Mr that tho Democrats were not leady to consider the nominations of the Maine Collectors, "r Halcwithdrew the motion, giving notice that In would renew it on Monday. The durational bill was then taken up. At 4 H p. in. the went into eecitie session and ut o.l.' p. m. adjourned to Monday next. Hot sk. Mr. Moruson repented resolutions directing an inquirv into the Pan-I'le- i trie Teiephi'ii matter, which alter a brief tint Muling .ii I ale was adopted The t uinniit-tc-oreported a resolution m- i yints Iost-oIli(to Committee .riiifcv"hcthcr e udditioiiiii legtsla n'certal ssar., to prevent tele- tion haui-begra rower lo for per-als- o granted, nnd an ni- prenutho-izc- d jir Tho imme- dlfi rcponcii i no torn bridge between Covington and Newport The pared for burial somC'Ot-Uie- ir tops the expiVation.of JjClimitatior St KW I: - rt Ii4i-- t s nf fl nrlnltn nnrq -o bill continuing the Super or lomt till 1 m .roniuw "r 4ilunrrj hj "ium"" ........ iI then ciiine int. and nil ;iiiiemlmoTit(i .were .noil l!s-- b:Ki-r4vu!uu,- s tilnvf - TwWhub t-iMTWi "iff i i " :,,...". ...7., uuumi urnl i.iy in. m,n ' '""J ? J3UlSiKKtft&&-)MM- i JUinrTl""0,?V" -i n uiUHUUiWj dhW.wore.the! lliT?srfiit.rVMMgpgBEr "" jjul-- in - cmnirn e was la ii unontncrnti o. tl;i5rtAMihV ruSDM ion hclmr lor tuo con- receipti (lminr the'yoar Horsi--Th- e Senate I'eniteutiurv bill camo sell nancock. now"! ..,. Co o?n oo ?i bills. up in tho Houee this mornlnsr und took up liome was ostensiblyin wiuw.w, --T ine .!.?? &ESATE .NOt in SCS- ilL ifppiVbut $9,001, exclusive,uiu1.1. in.sDiirsements the principal part of tho tension, and llnully General and Mrs. : of $1,500 deposited as sinti Hancock would send oy a vote m 3.1. xne Dill is it comupon assembling the paRstti measure, oi to promise and gives Mr. South back for them early in May and keep them security for costs in causes before the a previous onicr. went into House, utuouut of $2,730. nnd ho goes until after Christmas the tin- - nliole iMr. Prlsn if!:t I ill out of ollice n every year. Gen-or- al Supreme Court of the Uiiited States. in ten duyu aftertlu- - bill is feigned tin thai? l Veneral debate on tlio stato .of by the Governor. The following bills pacd: Hancock's grandson, who was his Of litis latter sum there was paid for Hie I mon Mr ( uniller i(Jn i submitted un To amend the charter of the town of Ilnrrod:-burnamesake, died the very dav he was dividends $1,105.19. and for barred lirKument airuinst tho suspension of silver To incorporate' the Howling Green and coinage and contended that there was no Northern Ituiiroud Company. Lmpowenng .nominated for president in I860. Ada claims under the act of 18S3, $3,931.05, a total of $5,336.21. made by tho tho city of Howling Green to erect anl lniiiu-tai- n is a gentle "mother-child- ", sound basis for tiro very like orTho rold buss that the continued conmire of a fev stem of electric light, and to issue Mrs. Hancock in remainder of $3,064.76 was paid her quiet, "sensible siler would hnvc the cfleet of driving bonds lor said purpose. For tho benefit of Mr. Hardin County, nnd to dispose of a surplus ways. country. the out of Myra, named after Mrs. Han- for salaries, attorneys' fees, commislj .anlinm (Tex.i spoke in support of a bill in tho hands of tho Milking rund Commiscock, is General Hancock all over, and sions and a multitude of little expense's. introduced by turn to disapprove nu sioners. was the dearest to her grandfather's That is to say, more than a third of tho act of the Legislature, of .New Mexico preKit.VNKFOiix. Feb. 25. SESVTr. A number venting the intr duction of dlscard cattle of local measures were attended to. Governor heart. She is a delicate, spirituelle whole disbursements went into tie in'o tin" Territory, aorulna' that It was unvetoing the Pleuro pneuKnott's child, with beautiful features and the maws of leeches that are sucking tho constitutionalthat interfered with Inter- monia bill was read. An effort will bo made state connnerco Mr. Jonc iTer.) ndvocyted to puss it over the veto Tho landlord and softest manner but a regular Trojan. few remaining drops of blood in this the Tree coinage of silver, and earnestly tennut bill was referred to the Committee on She is not afraid of any thing on the shameful concern. the proposition to suspend the oper- General btntute's. The pauper idiot bi wus The record is revolting, but it is conation ot the Uland net. Mr. U'olford (Kj ) called up, but It wa oon referred to the face of the earth, and cotildstand an sistent with the whole lejrisiation on' Epoke in support of the Mcxicnn pension bill, Committee on General Mtitutes, and the Senenfilading fire as well as General Hanthought ate adjourned. Now that tho session has cock liimsclf. and htm, b introduced The General delighted the subject. After the ignorant deposi- not be antagonized that it should been indefinitely extended, many of tho memin her prowess and her reputation as a tors had been robbed by Republican jl Jefferson Include because it would ber" given ns their opinion that the Legislan Mr Dai8 in its provisions. ture will be here until the luth of May. a warrior. She could vanqiish a bov laws, which took away their original (Tex.l susrKested that Jefferson D.uis Hot m:. Mr. I.etterle called up tho bill alsecurity, Congress imposed on Fhem. had once written n letter, asking that hl lowing pupils between tho age of twenty and twice her size in single combat, anil three commissioners with S3.00O :i name be excepted from the provisions or a forty venro to attend the night nan terrorized every youngster on the of Mexican pension bill if its Insertion would Louisville without charge. Mr Owens island into a state of abject Wol-for- d mission. year each, and a costly machinery of Mr i ndnnger the passaw of the bill otfered an amendment that the pupils adreplk-that th it rtoblo sentiment of mitted to the night schools over twenty) ears The fact is. General Hancoct had es- attorneys, cJerks and tlie like, whereby Jefferson Duvis mad him Mr Wolford only of iige should not be counted among tho tablished a unique state tf things a large portion of tlie assets were eateiv moro desirous of Including him In the procchool children oi the State, and no pro rata among his little friends on tie island. up during seven years of this scandalvisions of the bill ciould bo paid on them out of the public The boys had their orders nejer to dis- ous burden. Washington, March 1. Senate. The school funds. .Amendment accepted and bill When public opinion revolted at that rimir nrespiited a letter from the Secretary pissed. ( The Senate bill to continue the Su pute with the girjs about anyjhing, and i perior ourt was taken up, and, on motion, the slightest infringment of the Treasury transmitting the suspended outrage, then tiie law was changed to of tlis brought the account of nlllcinK The minority report of was retered to the Committee on Court of present form, which, on a most s suunuum on Appeals and Superior Court, with leave lo out a terrible tiireat of the glard house i no .llialciary luninimre limited scale, continues the imposition the case of the 1)1 rict Attorney lor tho report nt an) time LV.. KnvMvroiiT, Feb. lhe ComSenate. The follow for the offender, so the bostvere com- by like methods. And it is coolly proof Alabnmn Southern Pistrict pletely cowed by the girlsl b Mr Hcrry: on Privilege nnd Klectiono, at the re- iug bill was Introduced mittee r is hereas. The spirit of our clvilU-uloGeneral Hancock was n man of posed by. the commissioner that" Conquest of Mr. Hoar. ah dif charged troin more and more inclined to recognize tho strong consideration of the Kiddicberger resoludomestic affectioe?. and he gress shall make good the stolen defi- tion, and the I'ugh - substitute-- , relating to the rights of those who enrn their bread initio1 right or the Semite- to ak for the Pi evident s sweat of their brows, and too often the iron never got over hi- - dattrlifcr's death. eieney by an appropriation of the peoreasons lorrenioviiK the Judicial y Comtuit-te- e hand of capital Is oppressive to labor: thereA singular circumstance 'occurred at ple's money. This recommendation is having aire ad) mnde reports- - Mr Plumb fore, be ltenncted by thcOcneral Assembly of made after Republican Administrations gave notice of an amendment to prohibit the Commonwealth of Kentucky: Section 1. the tune he lost hU sw, Kiisell HanTtmt eight hours shall constitute a day's cock. On the --'Ctli of Jecember, 18S4, allowed the thieves to escape without ni road tiftected by the Interstate commerce an attempt at bill granting passes to legislators or Gov crn - work . for all laborers, workmen and median . . . . liis daughter-in-laand her tiiree deed, elevated punishment, and, inlegalles wiioina) becninloved b) or on lieluilf of ment ollicials. A bill was introtlucxl to some of them to promchildren started to met Iliisell HanIre tho incorporation of National trades ' the Government of the Mate or Kentucky unions. At I "" P- - ni the Senate went into- Section:.'. This act "hull take effect from and cock, who was at ths moment dying inent places in the Government. executive session and consider d the uoini- ' after if passage Hi'N passed Authorizing d in St. Louis, althougl Thousands of these deluded colored neither thev nor nations of Collector Chne of Portland. Pike County to isue bonds to imlM a Court-and House General Hancock kmr anything of his people cither died without having re Pillshurv, of Hoston The doors were house aud other buildings ment to bill establishing night school" iu illness-- . After ceived a dividend or disappeared withto hear the President's message -jmttic his daughter-in-lagiving his reasons for not furnishing! ertain cities In this State. House bill to em-th- e on the train ntCevr Yorlc lie re- out leaving n trace behind them. It- is ower the jailor of Campbell Count) tonjw papers. A ri solution Senate with private by Hnrris'to lav the message on the table ' point a deputy. The Jiidiclnrv Committee turned to Govcror's island and high time the business was wound up, was opposed b): Edmunds, nnd amotion to reported thnt the Pleuropneumonia lull seemed depressed a dav. That niht and a clerk of one of the departments pass, the opinion of the Governor to bv another motion shou'd nrint ir C mmittee. H) contrary notn thstnnding, and the Senate he went to Ins rooi, but his gloomv should be assigned to that small task the to refer It to the Judiciarymessage was first ' look the same view or it. and pit'-e- d it over foldings prevented fiw from sleeping. without any compensation or charge Si to 27 the ti party vote referred to the Jndiciarv Committee', and the Governor's veto liv n vo'e ol 31 to l"i. ln- - He told Mrs. Uyvoek that he felt aslf against the little fund that still remains the Ohio. Kentucky nnd Virginia thi'ii ordered print"!, ine somite Hgitin went, Hiillroiul ( omnatiy. Hill creating the Nineinto executive session, and at ".X p. m. adsome calamity r hanging over him. to be distributed. And Congress should journed. Tho nominations of Chase and teenth Judle nl D strict the going away of at once repeal tlie act allowing theComp-troll- er HousK Hills passed: To empower tho She told him Pillsbury were rejected of the Currency an additional County Court of Hath County to subscribe to the children tht madsiJiini .so unhapannouncco me njnocsK. rue ..r unio, .... a consult- - i ue capital siock oi turnpike rumi; toiitnemi py. He insM-- i it was thousand to his salary "for signing his pointmeiit ot r HoU As Q ...., t.... ,tutilN!i the County of Knott: tu ingTrmteCOr lhe Itetorm rcliool nt ! li-name at the expense of I llii m-- i hthimiiii ihitrictol Columbia. An article charging that eluirternil UL'l t'illiuni or Highlands, m Camji-Ih'- . of tho District , , that he arose, Captain Kads hud been upon the iloor of Count) ; wns There is no law of the laud to the House in violation of the rules pro the Stato intoto amend an act to apportion went (iown stax ' K luiuu, .in l"i ni.eleven Congressional Districts, read. A resolution of inquir) was rvyard said, to be' terrible news. At nrevent the Senate from declaring County In the Ton tb District: relntlng to putting Knott posed with an nmendment :.. ir morning .he saw -a what arc "the rights" ot that corpora. the violation or the rule ptohibitlng to empower the Hath Countv Court to levy i, m ni .! an ad valorem tax for county purposes, to messenger eono "P th? pam smoking. Hoth were laid on the tahu tion in relation to papers, documents commonpaid pro tern Cnder the call of States a number of regulate the fees Tho bill provides that no house, and Vr.m"S the door received or information in the possession of the attorneys. A resolution was wealth bills were intioduccd. of offered by Springer, of Illinois, directing an such attorney shall be appointed except when tho dispatch'tcUin? him of his sons Executive; but there is also no law the regular attorney Is absent, and his fees Hidden deat! Investigation of the expenditure in tho Penthe land to prevent the Executive from misdeexceed?; per day; that in sion Ofliie under the piescnt and previous shall notcnse General Hncockhad more sources declaring what arc the rights oft that the county attorney shall serve administration: nlso the charges of partisnn meanor felony cases ho may appoint an assist- of grief than Iris dernestic losses, and part of tho constitution in relation to management. A motion tosuspend the rules and in ant. Tho bill to continue the superior court nnd pass theJIcxican pension bill caused cona v,ry unhappy man. the same. If the declarations of tho siderable discussion and the House llually was reported favorably by tho committee, for years he vas Only It over Is defeat of lbbO. two disaTeo, who shall decide? He never but a voto was not reuchedon adjourned w ithout action ut S.'.M p m. re-sual "ir" ,he Proval of the tomptrollei oi-nVTilli- Inter-th-roiTI'- l ndnl-teratlo- n li Post-olllc- e - s-- s n et-n- A HOME5lC0RE. fectly well. Ho would have tho lattice down and slip into his box as cjuiet-- y Domestic Sketch of, "Haatoclt, the Su A l.ouisllle as possible, but tho people invariably by Ou wiw ow lllm. perb." found him out, and would cheer him to Trash .. '.. .i .... ?2 - SOU Walking up frouutlie little dock at the echo until he would be compelled !i V) 4 .'A Lominon lugs.. .... :i t 4 00 " 4 lMt 4 Medium mgs.. il Governor's island. jKtst the to show himself. He was so modest C Sift &J 4 ZVr. 5 CO Rood nig 7 00 6 4 W 5 W sentry pacing up and dowu iu front of about tills- that Mrs. nancock said sha Common leaf m 7 Mcd'um leaf. .... 5 MA CEO the pay dcpartnicutpniccs, down the could scarcely get him to the opera 7 Mtp S m Oood 14 OO&ls o ... .ooaftlOja Selections ... clean asphalt walkgsliaded bj many with her, so much afraid was he thai it looked like a bid for popularity. I'ineprdings of tli Legislature. trees one comes tffi roR f comfortaThe Democrats in Congrats have had Kit smort. Teh. 20. fcius VT- I- The comhonses s' 1 ble, a very serious idea for a long time to mittee appointed to investigate cliurgisof eiuarters. ThMrst of this a big have the grade of General of the afiny iiumoiiilit) against senator Holes icportod that "after diligent search and Investigation and to put General Handouble houe witfija broad gallery in and a full hearing of all tho facts nnd testimony In to said charges jour comfront like a Sourem louse id tlio cock in the place. Beside the tribute to him, it would put Lieatenant-Gen-ermittee are lolly satisfied that theftiM are without any foundation in fact; conimandino- oi&ciSf quarterd, aud in Sheridan's nose out of joint, and that tho conduct of Senator Holes lias been this house GcneniKH5C0ck lived for mort exemplary during the period referred fifteen years Plenty the Southern Democrats can not forget to In said articles." Hills Passed: Authoris the savajrerv of Sheridan's warfare. t adjutant-genera- l No:jaVlJ?iSR? coioriipni aici4jvv wmc nan to GfAJL-i- 't Augusta, Ky , certntn Yans". !rnr"cnrrWr. 'v5Jrt7tullTl' to vroWWiaMiwLrvawHxI- - the ri gilt tlieroarel 2r biffjpIdif.tSli of tuc way too Dcttcryscnsp e 'in He. m- loncu einivving-roomnnlis n ir ollicurit. ,, .nfrchnritab opposite tne plume regarueu tne uuierence oeiwecn ,. , . ......-oouu .or .. me cntnince to tlio lirot hangs on the wall civilised and uncivilized warfare. Not Simmons in Loiiibviuo io gie lnlthful performance of their duties to portrait c a one word, however, did thoy ever get a jiem of schools in tlio a beautiful out of General Hancock on the subject. v ounj; girl of fourteen or fifteen. town of Dixie. Hendersc n Count amcnniug article G, chapter &!. of General Statute, to it stands always a vase of flowers. Half the Democratic membors of Conamend section 1, article 16, chupter 41 of Gen This is tho portrait of "Ada, sole gress had been his electors, but any e r.il Statutes. Horsi, riftvoue Mils were intro daughter of his hotiso and heart" the tiling like scheming was foreign to Genduced in the House this morniug. but uono daughter forever loved and lamented, eral Hancock's nature. of tho old oneswere passed. An attempt was On the Suudav night a week before, who died in 187o. How .strange must made to repeal rule Xo. 19 of the House, which prohibits the suspension of tho rules lookthat house without General Han- his death, when his mortal illness was to puss a bill, but the mutter wus postponed. already upon him, an oflicer going The bill to abolish the office of Public Printer cock's soldierly llgurc moing about was made a special order for next Tuesday. always meeting guests at the door and awav on sick leave called to tell him Adjourned until the Zl. General Hancock treated e escorting them with courtesy frood-bKit v.skKORT, Feb. IB. Sen vtk Ml Sparks, lightly, but the oflicer said: the .senator from Jessunilno County, offered to his own gate for General Hancock a resolution, asking the Kentucky Congresswas the soul of hospitalitv. Did yon "General, you lo'ok to mo like a sicker men to opKse any proposed alteration in tho tariff luws on the subject of hemp, und nny ever see him salute a private soldier? man than am." On leaving General et the goods munufai ttlred from that article Then you have missed seeing the lincst Hancock said: "You seem to be a litOut of this resolution grew a debate which act of courtesy a man could tle hoarse; here." Ho went to a drawer perform took in the entire range of the tariff. Tho y and got out a fine, white mutllir.' "But majority of tho Senator wt re n favor of the for lie returned the salute of a resolution. Some of them said they wero In as punctiliously as he did that I don't like to rob you of this," said fin or of n reduction of the tariff, but they the oflicer. "Keep it; keep it," replied desired it to be done on a proportional basis. of a General of tho armv. 'J hat hospitable door will open for ueneral Hancock, in his hearty way, as, The resolution was tluall adopted by uoto of ST to 4 Mr. Hayes moved a ree'eonsideni-tiohim no more his place is henceforth with his own hands, he tied it around of the oto bv which the Senate lust 1'ndny refiiEe'd to nxteiid tho session be) nnd on "Fame's eternal camping ground." the officer's throat and fastened it securer. This little thoughtful act was the constitutional limit. Tnemoilon Let those who knew him of tote of il toll Mr Hays his daily walk, his oven tell life. him in typical of the man. As generous as da v move-to make the motion to prolong a then morning nt 11 All things small and weals loved Gen- the day is long, he forgot himself for special order lor o clock, and It was adopted. Mr- - salmon's hi eral Hancock. The children on Gov- his friend and this he had tieen doing, to make a person convicted of a felony They consistently, all tho days of hi3 life. nt to ote. or servo on ajurv. was ernor's inland adored him. called up. Mr. 'sinon stated that honest peoswarmed over his house, and when Chicago News. ple objected to felons having tho privilege of citizenship and he thought they should be 'Mrs. Hancock protested mildly against THAT "SAVINGS" BANK." deprives! of them The bill was pnssed. It their being admitted to romp in tho provides thnt persons who havo been drawing-room- s General Hancock took Hovr the ICcpubllcans Kobbed the Colort-of h felony in another State nnd emiit so much to heart that she yielded. It People rrese-n- t Coudltlon of Their "Ingrate to Kentucky shall be deprived of citizenship here was m vain that the officers wives on stitution." Hoi sj. The House puscd bills to incorpr- The act of February 21, 1881, re rate the Mount Freedom and Jessamine the island forbade their children to go so often to thr Hancock house, thinkCounty Turnpike Company: to incorporate pealed the law under whioh threo com the Homestead Iluilding Association; to ing they might be troublesome. They amcud tho Iloouo County road law; to tlx and w ould go and stand before the gate, missioners were appointed to settle tha change the tune for holding the regular term of the Hath Court of Common Pleas; to amend pressing their little wistful faces against affairs of the Freedman's Savings Bank, an net entitled an act to nrrnnge the business the iron railing until they caught sight and made the Comptroller of the Curof the I'nion Circuit Court; to lneorporato of General Hancock, lie would have rency a single commissioner, with the Masonic Temple A soclation of Newport; to lneorporato the Allensvllle Sem- the whole gang inside the gate in a of one thousand dollars a year, inary; to incorporate tho Snead ii Co. Iron- minute. "If your mothers sav anv works, to prohibit the sale of liquor within in addition to his regular pay, for perone mllo of Green Itlver Uapti-- t Church. tiling to you,"' he would ay, "just tell forming that service. Eleven years In Ohio Coiintj ; to incorporate the town of them that I am Major General HanSlntighterWllo In Webster County; to incorcock, and I won't allow my authority have now been consumed in that busiporate the .1 nu rtu limn Hou-- e I'ninti rs' Asness:. The whole cost of this protracted sociation of Louisville, to incorporate tho to be disputed here." Of course the settlement'' has fallen upon the assets Limestone Itulidlng Assoe'iatiou of M.i)svllli, . were only too delighted to xoungster-and about one liundud other measures. 24 take thii, view of tho matter. Aa a of tho poor depositors whose hard earnKitVNKmitT. H'b. M.N vtk The House resolution extending the session bejond the batch of the urchins under ten vears ings were stolen by a ring of Republicconstitutional limit was passed bj a bare old agreed once respecting some" new-- an thieves. tnujoiii). the voto being iti to 10 20 being By the act above cited all claims not nccessurj to pass it The following bills domestic ordinance: "Our mammas were passed To regulate the building ot better not try that. We're solid with presented vv ithin six months after its turnpike roads in Nelson ( mint) House bill General Hancock and he won't let passage, and all dividends not called ami tiding the charter of theetvof Covington authorizing the city to issue ootids to paj em." General Hancock's idols were for within two years, were barred, and r the school debt. To Incorporate the t were to go his three grandchildren, George, their amounts depositors. to the beneol ( oinmerce ot the cit of Lexington. fits of other In 1883, at Authorizing the of N'cwiiort to build a Myra and Ada, and when he was blue-coate- le-- f t' :' V ofii-eer- andPter. fnll-lenir- th TlftaaieU-U-.vvxuldjii:ka,nexarnn- of-tne- 're vm '' ne-w- old-tim- e. -- 1 m en-vlcte- o i ii-..- '... "-- ::."::. -- ..1 i ' '" . mmh H - .tiu g. pre-iou- e sl 1 Kea-Kii- rui-tlie- .. .. .. w , amend-reopene- w i - i '-- kas ilrc'' jheaelicm?. niii ,. i- gt by It is not meant thathe was soured was one answer is possible. The Exocutivo ,r.tf ieiili for itself, but not for tho it no word of ccaplaint ever decido for heart- - propcrty-Qvvnersa- re s, beer-shop- s, ten-ce- nt -- post-ofllc- o posi-emic- d law-maker- s, opera-hous- e. one-thir- ?t heard from his linsbut it broke his Senate: and the Senate must He was a ma of intense am- itself, but not for tho Executive. bitionan ambition nmixed with any Neither has power to proscribe, dottno thing ignoble aud was gratified be- or declare tho prerogatives, duties or yond measure at tls method of his faculties of the other. When, there- S Ho tonght at eleven fore. Senators get into a controversy nomination. o'clock in the night f the election of with the President respecting the pre e 1830 that he was President of the rogatives or duties oi mo lanui, Times. He 'ent to oeu and to dothey think will win?-CifUnited States. cinr. imt. Mrs. Hnnock staid np. At President Cleveland's use of tho two o'clock she wok him. "Garfield General Han- appointing power is not entirely conis elected," she sal. to his cock said not a wore He maintained sistent with his pledges previous end. lie had ii election, but it has been more nearly; in this reticence to tho principles of hope for 18S4..bnt wien his name was harmony with sound i : i.. invention be laid public administration than was that c not mcmioueu in im witfe-i- u anv Executive who preceded him ho-easide his aspirationsforever. the fair and "fifty vears. "Upon The affection anlf admiration he peculiarly exercise of wis power," says Judgs aroused in Southerr. Hancock. Storv, in his commentary on the contouched both him de altef his celebrated stitution, "must in a great measure In New Orleans not go to the pend tho vigor, the puonc ireuu "order Xo. 40." he the safety, of tho Government opera without awakening a storm ot the per- Boston Budgit. , applause which formance for Mvcrdfminate. The will make a great The Senato Frmch opera boxes thf e are arranged mistake if it insists upon it- - own privilege of secrecy while demanding ;the abrogation of the Preidt',-- P cS?o st aad-Mrs- ) f . c"l 4 -1.-- 'b ' r I MS ,. &s HTrJ . "vL ,Kf - 4t A DEFINITION. ancestry wore, out I mean the .old spirit which bezan with the Hannahs and the Prar what do you mjnn bv "Hospectab,llwf finement can effect to nke yar9elt s r. rank or gent llty? tractive to your husband, you ought not to Mother Lois and the Abigails of Scripture Is t wisdom or worth, sense: rough or a innuriBr "" Seventh Sermon ol the Series On complain if he seek in other society those "days, and was demonstrated on the home- Is itfined' co.nmon " The MarriasQ Ring" pleasant surroundings which you deny stead where some of us were reared, though Is It kmdnts or hoirt: rr ovpanston of ralnd talent, or honor or fame? the old house long ago was pulled down Is it karnlntr or by him. the term 5o expressive and its occupants scattered never to meet That ou meau '" Again, I never talk to others nnrtio? The 'VTlfe, Duty to Her Husband To He- about the charge you, husband. 8ome until in the higher home that awaits the No, no, these aro not the thing, now in vogue-Fofrailties of your a " respectable " man may be a great ft member HI Struggle la the Dally Batfamilies of the righteous. While there are people have a way, iff banter, of elaboroirue: tie of life, aad Keep Herself Atrately describing to others the shortcom- more good and faithful wives and mothers A "respectable person" may bo a preat'fool tune tractive Murderer. ings or unhappy eccentricities of a hus- now than there ever were, society has get Andschool; lost all tlio httlo he picked unVt band or wife. Ah, the world will find out a wrong twist on this subject, and there He a Klutton, or robber, or deep drowned in are influences abroad that would make DeWitt Talmage took for the soon enough all the defects of your comMay forfeit his honor; his best friend forcet-MaIs subject of the seventh discourse of his panion. Tfo need of your advertising them. women believe that their chief sphere bo a baso sjcophunt, tjrant. or knue home. Better imitate those women who, having outside instead of inside the Hut n livery corviuit at least ho must have-Iseries on "The Marriage Ring" "The few ho might vie with tho vilest of sin. Hence in many households children, inof Wives to Husbands." His taxt made mistakes in affiance, always have a ners; veil to hide imperfections and alleviations stead of a blessing, are a nuisance. It is a But ho must keep a cook Dnd glc capital din- Tvas: of conduct to mention. We must &Arr,ii card case versus child's primer carriage) nert. - F. J. Hamilton, in Lift. The sane ot his wire, Abigail; and ahe that there are rare cases where a wife can versus cradle, social popularity versus was a woman of good understanding, and not live longer husband, and his domestic felicity. Hence infanticide and with her rAUMEKS 3IAKKKT NOTES. of a- - beautiful countenance. L Samuel, cruelties murder are so comand outrages are the precursor of and xxv., S. allodivorcement or separation. But until that mon that all the physician'), m The ground in Carmel is pathic, hydropathic, homaaopathic and white, not with day comes keep the awful secret to youreclectic, are crying out in horror, and it i fallen snow, but the wool from the backs self. Keep it from every being in the uniof three thousand sheep, for they are beverse, except the God to whom you do well time that the pulpits joined with the meding sheared. And I hear the grinding of to tell your trouble. Trouble only a few ical profession in echoing and re echoing the iron blades together, and the bleating years at most, and then you can go up on the thunder of Mount Sinai, which says: of the flocks, held between the knee of the the other side of the grave and say: "O, "Thou shalt not kill," and the Book of shearers while the clipping goen on, and Lord, I kept the marital secret. Thou Revelation, which says, "All murderers the rustic laughter of the workmen. Nabal knowest how well I kept it, and I thank shall have their place in the lake which and his wife Abigail preside over this homethee that the release has come at last. burneth with fire and brimstone." And stead. David, the warrior, sends a deleGive me some place where I can sit down the man or the woman who takes life a gation to apply for aid at this prosperous and rest awhile from the horrors of an minute old will as certainly go straight to time of and Nabal perembruted earthly alliance, before I begin hell as the man or woman who destroys emptorily declines his request. Revenge the full raptures of Heaven." And orders life forty years old. And the wilde t, is the cry. Yonder over the rocks come will be sent out to the usher angels, sayleudest shriek of judgment day will be David and four hundred angrv men with ing: "Take this Abigail right up to the given at the overthrow of those who one stroke to demolish 'abal and his softest seat in the best room of the palace, moved In tho high and respectable circles sheepfolds and vineyards. The regiment and let twenty of the brightest angels wait of earthly society, yet decreed by their own act as far as they could privately inarch in double-quifand the stones of on her for the next thousand years." the mountain loosen and roll down as the Further, I charge you let there be no effect it, the extermination of the advancing generations, abetted in the horrid soldiers strike them with their swift feet, outside interference with the conjugal renndthecry of the commander is, "For- lation. Jfelther neighbor nor confidential crime by a lot of infernal qutr-k- with ward! Forward!" friend, nor brother, nor sister, nor father, which modern medicine is infeste.l. When, Abigail, to save her husband and his nor mother, have a right to come in here. on the Last Day, the criers of the Court property, hastens to the foot of the hill. The married gossip will come around and shall.with resounding "Oyez," "Oyez!" deShe is armed, not with sword or spear, but by the hour tell you how she manages her clare the "Oyer aud Terminer" of tho uniwith her own beauty and husband. You tell her plainly that if she verse opened, and tho Judge, with gavel and when David sees her kneeling at the will attend to the affairs of her household ot thunderbolt, shall smite the nations Beci on the. hoof aud pure milk rapidly foot of the crag he cries. "Hold! Hold!" you will attend to yours. What damage into silence, aud the trial of all rising. Judge- Abigail is the conqueress! One woman in some people do with their tougues! Nathe fratricides, and parricides, and the right mightier than four hundred men ture indicates that the tongue is a danger matricides, and patricides, and uxoriA GREAT MACHINE. in the wrong! A hurricane stopped at the ous thing by the fact that it is shut in, first cides, and regicides, and deicides, and p sight of a water-lily- ! A dashed by a barricade of teeth and then by the infanticides of the earth shall proceed, n.'.uitirul inscription of the Tine Work a l.rlncl-tonDmin ! back Niagara T By her prowess and tact door of the lips. One insidious talker can none of my hearers or readers can say that When I uus laing the foundation of ror she has saved her husband and saved her keep a whole neighborhood badly stirred they knew not what they were doing. homo, and put before all ages an illustrious up. The Apostle Peter excoriated these Mighty God ! Arrest the evil that is overlueilinniinl f.iuu and fortune, a few e.ira specimen of what a wife .can do if she be busybodies in other people's miners, and shadowing this century. ago, I boarded m a houso filled with loco- St. Paul, in his tettor to the Thessalonians godly and prudent, and I charge you, my sister, that you take nif it i 'n ninnfrnri riml firemen. A oractice and vigilant, aud devoted to the interests and to Timothy, gives them a sharp dig, husband along with you to Heaven. prevailed there of enlivemiiir the supper ta- ami the good housewife will bo on the Of course, this implies 1U11" "" J"U,KU tit., mill of her husband, and attractive. .. rnnrr.Milluin mill., tllC lOCO- t,va. lookout for them and never return their are a Christian. I must take that for u.. .v As, Sabbath before last, I took the remotive nartv beimr in the maioritv, tho sponsibility of telling husbands how they calls and treat them with coldest frigidty. granted. It can not be possible that after leading theme of talk wan stupendous fiatn ought to treat their wives and, though I For this reason better keep house as soon what Christianity has done for women, performed m railway runn. varied by minor noticed that some of them squirmed in as possible. Some people are opposed to and after taking tho infinitely responsible incident n and records of narrow ehcape. their pews, they endured it well I now them, but I thank God for what are called position you have assumed at the head of '!eoiTre l)fwbirt. whitman lathe in the take the responsibility of telling flats in these cities. They put up a seper-at- e the household, that you should be in a pohhop. K.it opposite to me at tho table, and home within the means of nearly all sition antagonistic to Christ. It was not be got tired of lteing excluded from the ought totreat theirhnsbands. I hope Ho became ambitious to your domestic alliance was so happily the population. In your married relations a slip of tho tongue when I spoke of you as conversation formed that while married life may you do not need any advice. If you and being at tho head of the household. We hear himself talk in that crowd Oueeen-ing- , on in a lull in the conversahave revealed in him some frailties your husband have not skill enough to get men rather pride ourselves as being at the along well alone, with all the advice you head of the household, but it is only u tion, he called out loudly to me "Well, I that you did not suspect, it has also diswent oer and naw- tlicmnchineto-diiy.nnplayed excellences that more than overcan import you will get along worse. pleasant delusion. To whom do the chilit is atitonibhing the fine work it does!" ! balanced them. I suppose that if I could What you want for vour craft on this voydren go when they have trouble When "How does it work'" I inquired. "Well," look into the hetrt of a hundred wives age is plenty of there is a sore finger to be bound up or ono sii ut he by incaiiH of a pedal attachment here present and ask them where is the of the first teeth that needs to be removed a fulcrumed lever converts a ertical recipI charge you, also, make yourself the inkindest and best man they know of, and telligent companion of your husband. to make way for one that is crowding it rocating motion into circular moement. they dared speak out, ninety-ninout What with these floods of newspapers and out, to whom does the child go? For whom The principal part of the machine is a disk of 'a hundred of them would say: "At books, there is no excuse for the wife's ig- do children cry out in the night when they which revolves rapidly on a vertical plain. the other end of this pew." Though norance either about the present or the get frightened at a bad dream? Aye, to Power is applied to the axis of the dik, ' Eontetimes you may have snapped each past. If you have no more than a half whom does the husband go when he has and, when the speed ol the driving arbor in inodeinte, the periphery of the machine h other up a little quick, I think the nio-- t of hour every day to yoursslf you may fill a business trouble too great or too deliyou are as well paired as a couple your miud with entertaining and useful We, the men, traveling at a great velocity. Work is done cate for outside ears. I'ieies of the linrdcot of whom I have read. The wife said knowledge. Let the merchant's wife are heads of the household in name, but on this periphery. impact reduced to any lt mere hteel to her husband: "I have made up my read up on all mercantile questions, and you, O wives ! are heads of the household shape arc skillful operatordemrcs." 'What the mind to be submissive notwithstanding the mechanic's wife on all that pertains in fact, aud it is your business to take your on earth is the new ma hine?" demanded a nil the misfortunes that have come upon to his style of work, and the professional husband with you into the Kingdom of listener. "Oh. it ia a new reThey bad lost their children, he had man's wife on all the legal or medical or God and see that house prepared for plied George: and a nilence could be felt , us." lent his hehllh, ami hence, the income of theological or political discussions of tho Ifeaven. passed round the sapper tabic Jfechanic-- a liU mrvion. and the wiTe had tempoProgress. You can do it! Of course, God's almighty day. It is very stupid for a man, re iiy 5ot hor "Yes." said the after having been amid active minds all grace alone can convert him, but you are II:iil Heroine Monotonous. to be the instrument. Some wives keep "we ousfnt to be submissive. day, to find his wife without informaA New Yorker lately met one of tho m sa j whaS we have to submit to. tion or opinions on anything. If the their husbands out of Heaven, and others we have a home; we can submit to wife knows nothing about what is going garner them for it. If your religion, O, "American colony" in .vuda and in nrse that. Then we have food awl raiment; we on in the world, after the, tea hour has wife, is simply the joke of the household, of conversation asked him the cause (.f his can submit to t'jat. Then we have a great passed, and the husband has read his if you would rather go to the theater than seclusion. if you can beat all the niauy friends; we can submit to that. We newspaper, he will have an engagement, the "Whv, I was a roimt treasi Eji llh have a. Heavenly Father to provide for us and must go and see a inin. In nine cases neighborhood in progressive euchre, if nois, and was thirteen dollar; " "Stop! Stop 1" said the wife, "I will out of ten, when a man does not stay at your husband never sees you kneel at the accounts." a the frank r'ssmmmmmmmV ,'jjtult no more about submission." "You didn t have to eki: home in tho evening, unless positive duty bedside in prayer before retiring, if the L hope, my sister, have married a calls him awjj, it is because there is only thing that reminds the family of your Iars. did you'" "Yen. sir man as Christian and as as nothing to jj-- for. He would rather church relations is that on communion "I nhould h.if ti,o.ij-- h mmmmmmmmV" that. But even if you were worsted in the talk with his wife than any one else if she day you get home late to dinnr, you will not be able to take husband to Heaven that among our friends conjuzal bargain, you can not be worse off could tak as well. "Yes. vou mm think so; nsBssmmmmr0" than this Abigail in my text. Her hm I charge you, my sister, in every way to for the simple reason that you will not get 'em put ui) twenH seven hiTJmmWTia ra your reIfarid'was coarse and ungrateful, an inmake your home attractive. I have not there yourself. But I suppose to 6a ve me on the o'her term y Bund-- r. ebriate, for on the very evening after her enough of practical knowledge about ligion is genuine, and the husband realizes fetand that the t'm hid beo t?ather heroic achievement at the foot of the hill, bouse adornment to know just what there is in your soul a divine principle, and nonotonous." .ill street Xcwt,. v here she captured a whole regiment with makes the difference; but here is an that though you may be naturally quicker her genial and stsa'.eic behavior, she reLooking for a Itoom. opulent bouse, containing all wealth tempered than he is, and have many imturned home and found her husband so of and of musical in- perfections that distress you more than n Applicant (to landlady) And what dmnk that she could not tell him the story, strument, and of painting, and ot they can any one else, still you are desyou let me have th fourth floor back for, but bad to postioaa it until the next day. upholstery, and yet there is in it a chill tined for the skies when the brief scenes of madam' I do not hesitate to enythatl So. my sister, do riot want you to keep like Nova Zembla. Another home, with this life are over. How will you take him am not to far advanced in my profession part of the outlay, and with you? There are two oars to that boat saying within yourself as 1 proceed: "That that a dollar or two a week would be a prayer and holy example. is the way to treat a perfect husband;" for small supply of art, and cheapest piano you are to remember that no wife was ever purchasable, and yet, as you enter it, But you say he belongs to a wordiy club, matter of indifference to me. Lnndlndy A member of the legal worse swindled than this Abigail of my there comes upon body, mind and soul, a or he does not believe a word of the Bible, - text. hir' the other end of her table sat a glow of welcome and satisfied and happy or he is an inebriate and very loose in his At Applicant No, I am a member ol tho mean, selfish, snarling, contemptible sot, domesticity. The holy art of making the habits? What you tell me shows that you I play second tlute. and if she could do so well for a dastard, most comfort and brightness out of the don't understand that while you are at the musunl profession. Well, Mr. I would bo Landlady I fcee. yflfcl to do with that princely end of a prayer, the omnipotent God how ought means afforded every wife should study. one willing to'rent vou the fourth floor back and splendid man with whom you are to At the siege of Argos, Pyrrhus was is at the other end, and it is simply a for two hundred dollars a week, without walk the path of life? killed by the tile ot a roof thrown by a question whether Almightiness is strong ire. X '. Sun. 1 counsel the wife torememberin what woman, and Abimslech was slain by a enough to keep His word. - a'severe and terrific battle of life her husHo Didn't CJulto Understand. I have no doubt there will be great constone that a woman threw from the tower band is engaged. Whether in professional of Thebez, and Earl Montfort was deventions in Heaven called for celebrative "My dear," wid a wife to her husband, or commercial or artistic or mechanical stroyed by a rock discharged at him by a purposes, and when in some Celestial ascoal." 'I wiih you'd order a load ofwith insinuatlife, your husband from morning to night woman from the walls of Toulouse. But semblage the saints shall be telling what "When, love'" heinqiiired, is in a Solferino it not a Sedan. It is a without any weapon save that of her own brought them to God, I believe that ten bweetne"s. wonder that your husband has any nerves cold, cheerless household arrangement, thousand times ten thousand will say, "My ing "Now, immediately," she replied, a little or patience or suavity left. To get a liv- - any wife may slay all the attractions of a wife." ""ing in this next to the last decade of the home circle. A wife and mother in prosI put beside each other two testimonies bharper. "Oh," he apologized, "excuse me. I nineteenth century is a struggle. pered circumstances and greatly admired of men concerning their wives, and let yon meant home and sit down was giving her chief time to social life. see the contrast. An aged man was asked didn't know but that you If he come immediately or next week immediately preoccupied, you ought to excuse him. If The husband spent bis evenings away. Tho the reason of his salvation. With tearful something like that," he do not feel like going out that night for son, fifteen years of age, got the same habit, emotion he said: "My wife was brought orShe ordered tho coal hei self. Merchant a walk or entertainment, remember he has and there was a prospect that the other chil- to God some years before my self. I perseTnt elcr. been out all day. You say he ought to dren as they got old enough would take the cuted and abused her because of her reTime for All Thing. leave at his place of business his annoy-"anc- e same turn. One day the wife aroused ligion. She, however, returned nothing Ollicer (whispering in magistrate's Court and come home cheery. But if a man to the consideration that she had better but kinduess constantly, maintaining an has been betrayed by a business partner, savo her husband and her boy. Interestanxiety to promote my comfort and hap- ear) A couple outside want you to join or a customer has jockeyed him out of a ing and stirr'Wj, games were introduced piness, and it was her amiable conduct them. ' large bill of goods, or a protested note has into the house. The mother studied up in from me that when suffering Magistrate Sh! Tell "cm I'll be around been flung on his desk, or somebody has teresting things to tell her children. One first sent the arrows of conviction to the corner in five minutes. called him a liar, and everything has gone morning tho son said: "Father, you ought my soul." The other testimony was from It's a young couple, sir, wrong from morning to night, he must to have been home last night. We had a a dying man: "Harriet, I am a lost man; asCourt Oflicer married. wants to get have great genius and forgetfulness if he grand time. Such jolly games and such you opposed our family worship and my Magistrate Oh! Tell 'em they'll do not bring some of the perplexity home interesting storie. This went on from secret prayer; you drew me away into to wait until the court is adjourned. Llh: wittphim. When you tell me he ought to night to night, and after awhile the hustemptation and to neglect every religious "leave it all at the store or bank or shop, band staid in to see what was going on, duty. I believe my fate is sealed. Har.Nuri:i:ioitrrv or NUMUKKS. you might as well tell a storm on the At- - and he finally got attracted and added riet, you are the cause of my everlasting lantic to stay out there and not touch the something of his own to the evening enruin." How many married couples in coast or ripple the harbor. Remember, he tertainments; and the result was that the heaven Adam and Eve, Abraham and is not so much for himself as wife and mother saved her husband and Sarah, Lapidoth and Deborah, Zacharias he4s for you and the chil- saved her boy and saved herself. Was and Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary, and dren. It is the effect of bis success or denot that an enterprise the attention many whom we have known as good as the feat on the homestead that causes him the of the greatest woman worthoverlived since most of them. . that dr.' ' i .agitation. The most of men after forty As once you stooc? in the village or city Abigail at the foot of the rock arrested - five years of age live not for themselves, M Mx-- -i church or In your father's house, perhaps tho four hundred aruwj warriors? Hi y but for their families. They begin to ask under a wedding bell of flowers, Do not, my sister, be dizzied and dis themselves anxiously the question: "How turbed by the talk ot thoso who think the stand up, husband and wife, beneath the if I should give out? what would become ot home circle too insignificant for a womcross ot a pardoning Redeemer, while I the folks at home? Would my wife have an's career,aadwho want to get you out on proclaim the bans of an eternal marriage. "vTSv O y-vf i' '""togoout into the world to earn bread for. platforms and in conspicuous enterprises. Join your right hands. I prouounce yon i J' ' IPherself and our little ones? My eyesight' There are women who have a special outl&5f7 "4 F ' ri!&tv?n one forever. What God hath joined totroubles me; how if my eyes should fail? side mission, and do not dare to interpret gether let neither life nor death nor time 2Iy head gets dizxy; how if I should drop me as important mis- nor eternity put asunder. "Witness men under apoplexy?" The high pressure of sion. derisive of their is that the and angels, all worlds, all ages The circle But my opinion business life and mechanical life and is an emblem of eternity, and that is the woman who can reinforce her huslife is home pressure. shape of the marriage ring. band in the work of life and rear her chilt Some time ago a large London firm de- dren for positions of usefulness, is doing How Mile. Kosn S.iik In Death. cided that if any of their clerks married on more for God and the race and her own Paris Cor. X. V. Independent. a salary less than seven hundred and happiness than if she spoke on every great Father Why is it you are alwaj s at the n Felicien David kept a The fifty dollars a year, he should be dischargplatform and headed a hundred great enapartment, fastened by sil- foot of your class? drum in his ed, the supposition being that the tempta- terprises. My mother never made a misBoy Because there ver nails and surrounded by a silver rib- fellows who won't let are feven or eight tion might be too great for misappropriasionary speech in her life, and at a misnic get up head. an inscription setting Judge. bon, on which was tion. The large majority of families in sionary meeting I doubt whether she could forth its history. The parchment if it America live by utmost dint ot economy, have got enough courage to voice aye or can be called so of tho instrument was A liiicid Kvplanitlon. and to be honest and yet meet one's family no, but she raised her son John, who has the tanned skin of a young woman, by A New York artist was recently visited expenses is the appalling question that been preaching the gospel and translating name Rose Gailon, once in the service of a by a lady friend. The artist was turns the life of tens of thousands of men religious painting literature in Amoy, China, for medical friend af his. "When a piano was a n n 1. into martyrdom. Let the wife of the over- about forty1 years. Was not that a better played in the room strange mu-i- c was borne aad exhausted husband remember thing to do? " do you always paint your angels from "this instrument: the skin, with dark hair and black cyie?" this, and do not nag Mm about that and Compare such a one with one of these evoked nsked the having been stretched on wood,'became an ay yon might as well have bo husband, attudlntsing, frivolous, married harmonic table. It was a favorite diver- frinnd. when the .'act is he is dying by inches that coquettes of ' great secret, and it mie-h-t tho modern drawing-roohim to hear poor Rose, thougl me It's a trouble if vou were hoaw may be kept up. I charge also her heaven into on the night of sion to to gic it an opsra-bo- x dead, still speak. the wife to keep herself as attractive after Meyerbeer's awav." "Robert le Diable," the ten marriage as she was before marriage. The oommandments " I'm not goinr- - to give it away." Definition of Debating Club. an inconvenienc?, taking " Well, the reabon I paint my s reatoa that so often a man ceases love arsenic to improve the completion, and Boston Journal. his wife is because the wife cease to be her appearance black hair and eyes is becauM- - my A young Scotchman has discovered the with ia confused result of bellaa wife blonde. See?" Texas Siftiags. lovable. la many cases what elaboration donna, true inwardness of the debating club. bleached hair, antimony and minot toilet before marriage aad what best eral acids, until one is compelled to discuss Hurrying along the streets in his Didn't Like Him. of 'appearance after. The most her character aud wonder whether the line clothes he was stopped by a friend and Mnn to Friend I don't like that fellow disgactiag thing oa earth is a slatternly between going? "I'm gawn td and indecent life is, like asked where he was a wosaan! I na?an a woman who never the the'debatin' society," he answered, "tc Smith. equator, an imaginary line. combs aw hair until she goes out or looks Friend Why? about fifty contradick a bit." What the world wants now is .like a fright aatil somebody calls. That a "Well, some time ago I asked himtohnd who shall mothers, wou-asm married to oae ot these creatures realise thai the hizhest, grn lest, might A full third of the territory af the me ten dollars." star at heme as little as possible is ad iest institution on earth Is the home. It is United States is a sheep pasture of thv "And he refused you?" "Oh, nojhelet rue have the nionev and not aecessarv that they should havs the most favorable character. Teya1 ' aaig am a waaliac voyage of three , the highest money Vhlue in that'a whj I am dodjringhirri"'-lrAfljn.j- rr jatnnrs of the csantr yean a4ia a leaky ship. Costly ward-- S TtsYfhn cap thcep," and the most extensive jancht-jurthe thsre.- Qhiutgo Htrahl rat i mi rtmr4 tort, 9 wtMwa, if 9 M fara'aoa, or wear f ftrtMlM S 'ia and api'M TILLAGE'S SERMON. af a not willing, by all fttinsuity or re- A GERMAN roatlier-Ueil- . INN. A ftt Pretty Hancock Anecdote. WHAT WARNER'S Teutonic l,ove and Reverence for the Huge On a largo, r eate-Xat- al iK-b- y Da-ti- es n ante-nat- al sheep-shearin- g, k, s e, bling inn threw open it hospitable door, and welcomed u.- as if we were the ono party in tho world the host had been looking for lincc the inn was opened. The toi m was not so severe but we could straggle around the town in the: meningand exploto the dmil lighted streets. The sulm air, scarceh cooled by tho rain, made the interior oppres-- . sic. so we wandered around as long a we could, and then sought ourquarters. We found that tho rooms had been prepared for us with careful attention. Kvery thing was neat and fresh and In about iie minutes comfortable. after retiring to our respective chambers we all appeared m the hall wav again, in various stages of undress clamoring for tho servant. A blushing chambermaid soon appeared, and was shown in turn the three couches, c.ich with a as a coverlet, mountainous feather-be- d inca-o- d in a sack of white linen. and expostulations were of no a ail. She could not understand the ciuo of our complaint, but insisted on the purity of the home-spu- n linen and the softness and the lightness of the feather-bo- d coverlet. At last the whole household a aroued. and after great dilliruln the proprietor was made to conceive the fact that we could not loop that Miltrv August ught under a fiathor-be- d which would have suffocated us in After earnest declarations that all Kibnit people slept under one feather-bein summer aud under two in winter, he was obliged to confess that there bad never been a call for upper vhcot-- . and blankets in his house, and he had none. We, as a last resort, se orally emptied the feather-beout of its sack, and used this s a sheet. Hut for he perambulating watchmen. wno made night noisv with their unin telligible hourly cries, we would havi --- detested square a ram- I Policeman Phillipps. who has guarded tho Twenty-secon- d street crossing of Broadway, New York, for the past twelve year, tells this story of General Hancock, who ahravs used to take tho 'bus at Phillippa' conur: "I lent the General a quarter once under peculiar circumstance, i had picked tin a sandal in the middle of the street. There was a newsman at the crossing, named Diek. in those day,, and as the rubber litted him. I gave ft to him. That night General Hancock asked me if I found a rubber. I told him I had and mentioned the fact that I had given it away. He said he didn't see what any one could do with one sandal. When'l explained that Dick was he thought it a pretty good joke, but asked mo a l couldn t got it back. I handed it to him the next morning, 'Did you! give the man anv thing?' he asked. "On my telling him I had not, he called to me to give Dick a quarter and he would hand it to me when he came up town. He remembered to give it to me tho .St. Loki's Republican. same night-- " one-legg- safe CURE IS3 gn YSY. BACK KIDNEYS, g Ey3 n is ffi Fittest. CURHS AND COIiGESTIOH OF THE ACHL JXFI.A.U.UATIOX OF THE KID- - snxs, JiLAiiDEii on mix-.my ORGAXS. Impotency or Ceneral Debility, Bright's Disease. ik?ival of A FAMILT he 3IEDICIXE THAT HAS HEAtEDS MILLIONS 33 TEAKS! Catarrh of the Bladder, Crave!, Stone, Dropsy, Enlarged Prostate Cland, Dime ' ' l ' mil A BAUf FOK KVEUT YVorXD OFJ r onc-le'nr-ed ; MAS AX EUAST I VtK Y? Jauso it Is the only rente til snotcn tlmt linn jioircr to cxiicl the uric ncitl tunl urea, of which there SThe Oldest & Best Liniment MO grains are sonio secreted each day as tho result of muscular action, and sufficient if retained in tho blood, to kill nix men. It is the direct causo of all tho above dis- cases, as well as of Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Apoplexy, Paralysis, Insanity and , 4 ' XiViiii JiAUHIfc AJUilUCA. ! jg j I U. S Se.WToa Voauncs, of Indiana, saya St. Jacobs Oil cureu aim of rlieumatinta. lion. It. M. McLnue, U. S. Minister to France, certifies to tho power of Hed Star Cough Cure, which costs but twenty-fivcents a bottle. o Death. This great specific relieves the kidneys of too much blood, frees thera from ail irritants, restores them to healthy action by its certain and soothing power. hi ic SALES LARGER TEAT! EYEB, p xno Mexican ilustanjr Liniment ha 5bc-known more lhanthlrty-flve- j if years as the best of nil Liniments, foil van and llenst. Its tales arei 11 cares wnen al I larger man others fall, and penetrates skin, tendon! knu mnsce, to tLo cry bone. Soldi fr er. y' to-da- y crywucru. -- mid-winte- r. d dew-dro- I ... - - how-wiv- rati-hin- - d sea-roo- e ! grind-stone,- " -- eye-iht- . I, J.-- t i Physicians and Surgeon constituting tho most completo organization of medical and Mirgicnl skill in America, for tho treatment of all chronic diseases, whether reijuiriu ined'eal or surgical means ior their Marvelous success lm been achieved m tho cure of all nasal, throat and lung discus s, liver and kidney diseases,, diseases of tho digestive organs, bladder diseases, diseases peculiar ltqt sound!. Cor. Chicttgo Interior. diseasc, to women, oioou lainis nnci Kin rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous debility, paral ms epilepsy (litsi, sperma- and kindred affecuoiis. torrhea, inqwu-ncA BOLD THIEF. Thousands aro cured at their homes through cuio of lie Mount the CurrlaRn slejw and struli n correspondence. Tho varicocele, tho worst hydrocelo ruptures, pilo tumors, One's rocket-Hool'nlr and strictures is guaranteed, w ith only a A correspondent writes: The follow- short residence at .the institution Send TO r ing adventure, which mj daughter exAV.SS f"Ll perienced, maj-- , if made known, be use- Iars. Address World's Diwusary Medical ful in putting the public on their guard Association, Buifalo, N. Y. l)ning in a single hors brougham, and Advektisivo is a good deal liko making having a small box on the front seat be-- i lovo to a widow. It can't be overdone. w. '",atf fore her, she had been callmjr at a West End bank, and subsequently hail visited Young Men, itend Tills. a house in (J reek street, Soho. Shortly The Voltaic IJelt Co., of Mai shall, Mich., after uuittitiir this house and while diuv- - ' offer to send their culeliratedELECTKO-VuL- injr throi'jrh Soho Square, in open dSv - taicBklt and other Ei.r.CTntr Appliances days, to men liht (between three and four p.m.), on trial for30 ii.t v7ijti.m t (young orold) 'hvii nut both window of the carriage being open &tlAli.v all kindred troubles. Also forrheu' ity and she was startled by the appearance (if a inatism,neuralgia,paralysls,and many oth' man standing on one of the carriage or diseases. Complete restoration to health, forward, vigor,and manhood guaranteed. No risk insteps, who suddenly curred, us oO days' trial is allowed. Write pushed one arm into the carriage w themntiincofor'illuatrated pamphlet, free. and snatched away a pocket-boo- k which my daughter had placed on the Amovo our Cluncso brethren wo notice top of the little box in lront of her. Ah Tom, Ah Sing, Ah Chong, but no Ah The surprise was so great that my There. Is he dead I Philadelphia Call. do nothing daughter could, of cour.-The Oldest Tree. but stop the carriage. The bold tind Which is tho oldest tree I Tho elder, but adroit thief had then decamped, and the old mullein plant is the oldest in worth, was seen at a distance running away,, for it is now recognized of more value than oil in though some bystanders, who saw the coil liver Remedy consumption. Taylor's Mulof Sweet Cherokee event, van after him; it was to no pur- lein willcurocougbs,coldsnud Gum ami consumption. pose. It is likely that the thief may have tracked the carriage from the A low diet! in Springfield. O , from eatbank, nr he might have taken his chance ing too nianv apples, which gave rise to of robbing one of the many carriages some trouble in cider. ( Kuago Lcdyer. which frequent the Soho bazar in tho pj0 tumors, rupture and fistula, square. - - London Time. radically cured by improved methods. Book, 10 eenu. in Btamps. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, X . A Count's Idiosyncrasy. ' I ache, rurrcd Tongue, Sleeplessness, LanIv clo;o application to business nothing guor, Debility, Constipation, Gall Stone, on this footstool exceeds a mustard plastor. and every unpleasant symptom w Inch reClociiio Jlail. sults from liver complaint. WHY Because it has a sjtceljic IiiMiIlds' Hotel and Surgical Institute. ami positive fiction on tho liver as well This widely celebrated institution, located at Buffalo,. Y., is organized with a full as on the kidneys, increasing tho secretion stnff of eicrhtoen exnerienced and skillful and flew of bile, regulates its elaborating IT CURES ALSO Jaundice, Enlargement of tho Liver, Abscess and Catarrh of tho Bile Ducts, Biliousness, Head- lAH'lg," l 27KSSri :'fc"g?-t.'ii-- 3 H H r& h8 MDWATS ? U m fcj Vi Cl N Fa K2 Li Li 2 uti&u Cl'KES AXB 1UW:V.EXTS IS rj M RERDY H RPSR! bee: E CI nLKbr Influenza, Golds, Coughs, Sore Throat, d ' k. SI :"La"' JKt j nheumatism, Neuralgia, function, removes unhoalthful formations, and, in a sord, restores it to natural activi- Headache, Toothache, Asthma, ' ty. without whichhealthisaiilijipossiliilitv. IT CURES ALSO Female Com plaints, Leucorrha'a, Displacements, En- W"I.bT I' USstafromonetotkeiitrt adferN l nM 'T It alter minute largements, Ulcerations, Painful MenstruatUttmeni necu au one SI i Fl.R W 1T11 fAI. tion, makes Pregnancy afe, prevents Con- - j narv.5,aVo ocAnv oc cu Fever and aids uat- vulsions and Child-BermUSYHI O HLHLH ULLILI ure oy restoring iunciionai activity, y Inln, Sprain. IsitSL ItnCl'ltEforKie--Illicit. Chet or " the these troubles, as is well JJru!", I'm lnvn Inthe Pi at ii ml In the WHY It "every physician of education, k KEJIEDV "3 exernclatinjrialn. altnstnt!y trap coH'jestion and imiaired That lofi in mailoo. an areat Confretiluts wtielbertif "wc ia jn kidney nit ion, causing stagnation of tho the Lui si nm U. KvWcUsor uihirgUadsororsan jiIuii blood vessels and breaking dow n, and this bvAone iojiil a ttiioonfal Inhalf atnmMfrof water hilf : IH la a ! minutes iuib tramps, Spaims Sour is tho bogimuug aud tho direct causo of all Ntnooiiifsi. felrepleMnesJ. the ailments from which women suffer, and vioiaath. Ill irt'l.a a. DjsemiTjr. Colic, ll&tuStrk Hiadaile. as night does tho day. !leUi aivl ail latcraal pjias. must as surely follow fgl aria in its Various Forms. WHY Warner's Safe Cure is acknowl- edged bv thousands of ourbest medical men There Is nm a rcmivl'a aepnt ta the world that wilt to be Vteonly true Mood purijUr, is because it cure 1 tvt anil -Aku ar o ail other Ma.arlotn. Ulltou n lamVAV's 1'II.I.S. an.l.ti, rfeT- i acts upon scientific principles, striking at SuquKKai KA11U VV'Sltl'.VUYlHXIEF. oldliydriijr,lt. 1 illy t.ent iir liottlt. tho very root of tho disorder by its action SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT en tho kidneys and liver. If these Dr. RAD'.VAY'S ail bvryfaloue, SKla and Blood uf DifficuSt Breathing. CUE-Ti- ll11 d i ''" i.ll. ILM-Yl-i- lJ ( mo-- 1 ; hle-- l I-'o- iv"l orfjant were kept in health all the For the tare matter no aeaaitf morbid DR. RADWAY'S PILLS, ijoi'sojiohv if retailed In the Inula, th" F'rtVuif -- i ol . norder of ui)tbtomach, LItt lx ' t is panned out. Ou the contrary, if they Boi fi 'm.t s Druggiets. e. irf " in-do- e. are deranged, the acids aru taken up by tho blood, decomposing it and carrying dtath to tho most remote part of the body. WHY (ja IH'r vcnt f al diseases which nfilict humanity, ariso from impaired kiL authorities. nevs, is shown by Warner's Safe Cure, by its direct action, positively restores them to health and full working capacity, nature vurin'j all the eibove. elisrasen herself lelien the eauie It removed, and wo guarantee that Warner's Safe Cure is a positivo preventive if taken in time. As jou value health take it to avoid sieknesss, as it will atall times and under all circumstances keep all tho vital functions up to par. Wo aKo Guarantee a fit re and lene-ficieffect for each of tho foregoing diseases, also thntevery case of Liverand Kidney trouble can bo cured where degeneration has Not taken place, and even then Benefit will Surely be Derived. In every instance it ha established its claim m-di- ca! FEBGHERO DOO--UI.LUII'I HORSES!! JVX zm5X MitSs. J1-T AWFfc MARKS & STALLIONS Ol the most populir families. nil recorded witn X thol'orelieron Kxtcnilcil J'ediKrees in Stud-IlooK of I'rauco and America. now on hand at Oiiklawn Farm. al prayer-meetin- g, Mkinv u well-balanc- " -- 11 bric-a-bra- c, n, The death is announced of Count Kim lie Sommisch, a Hungarian magnate who was known in society for his extraordinary hatred of horse-- . This aversion amounted to a real hippopho-band it obliged the Count many Mais .igo to throw up his commission tu he army. Tho Count died at an ad- inud age on his estate in Sclavoniu. Hi wis a distinguished agriculturist, an c !!! t landlord, and on all subjects but that of horses, asses ami mules a man 01 sound juugmeni. ne wuuiu noi allow any animal ui the equine kind to come upon his lands, so tnat visitors who rodo or drove to see him had always to alight at his park gates. He li uisclf for many years ued a vehicle drawn by trained deer, but latterly ho went about his estate in a carriage with n team of oxen. His horror of horses is said to have been innate, as there was no accident in his lite to account for tL a, particularly in the Spring, it is unetmaled, Tlir Interior. for you ran not bar pure Mood when the kid1 minute, c neys or liver are out of order. Pi ke's Toothache Duors cure in I.ooli to your condition at once. Glenn's Sulphur Soap eals nnd beautifies. 25c Do not jottpon treatment for a day nor an & Bunions. GEUMANCous.KEMOVKiikdlsCorus hour. The tloctors ean not compare A wli et, Hkoa Jaekknife, is only useful record irlth its. Give yourself thorough constitutional treatment with Warnwhen ojen. Xeic llaten Xetcs. er's Safo Cure, and there are yet many Dkt and gray hair will become moist and ears of life and health assured vou' daik by the use ot Hall's Hair Roncwer. -j Would it bo disrespectful to sing Old Hundred on the birthday of a centenarian! AS A BS-OO- D PURIFIER, "r m. i..... i. ..r..r. la tho milr Vrenen Dreeit r03 in both France and America EetsiDC a Stml-Koowbero itciDllity to entry la based oa ittitlieiiuc iiediinve. I bare a ft w mmorteifjtalllons ol excellence ilitit not eligible stuil-lloowhicli IwlllBell in tho IVrelieron ot redisrecd animals or eoj" at bait the price Cntalocue. iaaatroted appi-in- ce I Honhcur, tkcttiird "tty I MIA). w n . M. seiAlree, AJriSfc Co., jtw CTm 100-imc- w T,r-v":r3 3i i! TSi"V-- Kr.va3.;i.iir iijaa. W ayne. In I'tic lt.a jj Illinois. 33X1.. given away a oriuo. somethivo highly prized, yet always uai springs tws. nnraEMYn.ATAFIRH jMMkgi uncHni DHLm&itejaA' WeJn,ir Esv"V-L- SDesiallstsfor Eleven Years Paet, tt comrlicatlons with navcrratcd Propsy andute recetable remedies, th m vairrfo'eocces all trcptoias of dropsy in Ki.move en-1i- t) IX. XX. TREATED FREE. 23 SOK, BfV Use Dr. Picrco's "relicts" for all bilious uie a nTc s the ?& attacks. Head. Allays ; ,l --- - ' Tnz two cars of civilization I n flam mation. front icr. Philadelphia CalL UAYFEVERWg Heals tho Sores. Z i for 00c. Piso's 3 months' treatment Restores the Remedy for Catarrh. Sold by druggists. mirst-rti.uu- -- x pion-oer- r i"li fflSraWVhr -' I" I rrs etfht tuiaejsy dava (Tire pMleatis pionounced hopeless by the best ot ph!. .Ian. Vran i ho flrt doe tur Hrmptotn? rapidly dlappear. ani in t rn da) at lea! twirthlrda ot all iyniptoma aro rem Teu j "J U" 'H1T 8&m . i Citizen. All a fanner wants is tho earth- - Lovell -- A'. Y. FosL Fon sudden colds, hoarsencsa, or irritation of the throat, take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. O.S.CINNATI. 00 a 1 Ki & .1.10 & 4 0(1 4 (x) 4 15 Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing. A QuiciTRelief. A THE MARKETS. LIVESTOCK March fc o tovno lady wrapped up in herself is delicate parcel. Chicago Telegram. A i llfeSP APoiUveCure.HA'FEVEt -- , particle Is applied intoeach notr!l. I? egrecaMe to n . Trice V) cents l'V nail or at Urutrplstii. Sendfor clrcuUr ELY BROTUEHS. rocclstn. Oweco. X V. asont It Itememuer, tt does not coat vou anything to the nierl' of our trea mentforyoire!f. In ten days the dlfflculty of breathing Is relieved, tha the urinary organs made to discharge na!e thctrfullduty. ieep is re'tored. the swelling all or nearly pone, the strensrthlncrcased. nd appetite made care constantly curiD;c.cs oi loaKitaua coed a number of timer insr. cases th it havelK;catappei and the patleat declared unable to live a week Glvs lull htory of case. Name sex, how long afflicted, how badly swollen and where, are bowels custlv e. have legs bursted and dripped 'water. Send for free containing testimonials, nnestlons, etc Ten days' treatment !rn!f!ied free by mall. Kp (llt)iottlvelr cured. If you order trial, send 10 cents In stamps to pay suam. ai. .. postage. II. 11. v pam-pM- lejv Hr Jones Aseiiue, (KEr. t Cattle-Commo- nf2 SHEd' HOGS Common. Good Pucker1 o(l 1 2 lioire llnlclicis . 35 25 4 4 :a rLOUK GltAlN w r.ui"l No-- to choice red mixed mixed dS Corn Outs No. HAY No. 2 n Tmiotliv No. 1 10BA ( O Common I.ugs... Gooil Vcdiums I'ltO VISION-- . Pork Mess.. Lard Pi me steam. imicc ncnr.it Cieumerv iiiitry. . Oliio AlMM.r.! Prime POT.VIOKS per Imsliel .. . -- Hje 2 :t! ((, 12 25 STita 0t it, R & 4 .15 n IBDJSsi R2 --Ski- lls Red School House Sir " Shoes. , i 1 eyr rn Atlanta, (in. HENDEHSOH'S !7 38 32! fJ Ct$Ka School Shot s for Uors and Girls are solid and atira.-Uve- . Tfceywlil rot dl'appolnt vou. OUTS. Wo will furrdah duplicates of other CXJTf3 or any Gpeo- Cut eho-wIn oay tmo .. TIrtntr nt nr hatnnr ,lri . No 2 8 35 10 (M 10 75 10 2U 1 ts.12 73 (it 9 70 1.1 M) &10 S7'4 12 & en 30 70 'St FLOCK GKAINNo. 2 mo Corn No 2 mixed - NEW YOHK. Plate ami WrMcin S3 Wheat No. 2 Chicico . 13 a Ts 3 PJfflElpEfFllU iUi 1 iVi fif?fi! " -T- ft'.' J l M) Oats mixed. evs .. 11 4V,ri 37',& 75 H2HW 45 I'OHK-.M- fol2 Ol JJ a HE frauds. Any manufacturer. Jobber . who offers fortaie a Shoe with a plr'nre of a tclionl houae placed npon tho thereof (which is cot made ty C M. llemlersuti ii Chlcaco) Is oW Co, to prosecvtirn. Loct for the Little Itcd !shchool on the label before and ee thit Henderson's name you buy. Ecnd fur a set of our fancy bchuol I ard. nriiEttAiiCor IHITATIOXSI They axe (noddy iiivn stocx w- --, I,UUICU likOO 1W1 OOUtD f?Vi - A. K.Kfclogg KA'spspErCa- f Ui 4 Sf,.'! WK Klectrotypers and Stereo rpers, 177 & 179 Elrr.ntreet, lJone" CIXCIXVATI. LAUD Western Mcnni CHICAGO. -No BEST TOrJiC. h.-n- lorn Oats Itie POUK-Jle- .-s I.AHD-btei- KLOl'lt Ptate ami Western iUAlN-Wlie.U2rd No. 2 CIiIcuko pruur No 2 No 2 .4 - SO 7.1', if. f4 C 4 85 Mil. IV it. tC '.'.', Hif sO', ..'.'. 211!, 'J Thli medicine combining Iron with pure vecetablc tonics, quickly and comtilctely Cures Dyaptrpalit, Indlsratlon, Impure Illood, jlnlarln, ClillU Xeural;la. and Fet era, and remedy for Disease, of the It is an iinfuiliiiK It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to AVomrn, and nil who lend sedentary liTe. ltdocs not injure theteeth.raueheadache,or produce constipation other Iron malicinet ilo. It rnrlcbea and iiuriflea the Mood, stimulates the appetite, aids the usinii!ntUm of food,reliecs lleanburii and Belching. and ttrenKthcns the muclt's and nerves For Intermittent Frven, Lnaaltttde, Lack of Knersy, etc., it has no equal. fT The Kcnuine has above trade mark and croed red lines on rapper. Take no other. Illdr o.It hj BB()n (IIEBICAL II). BiLTIIORaa EPITEEMOISS! OR SKIN CANCER B2n'lFJ DliiKnBT ii j V Jbf bsi .. ItALTIMOUK. Kidney and Liver. uii G&pi I'i5 (J) f U2K CHAIN FUlI'll- - rnmllv -- Wheal-No. 2 . .. . 14 '.II over-worki- over-worki- Coin Mixed O.its milked PHOVIMONS- - Pork Iinl-l!e!lii- e(l 47' 10 75 . ft sou e (Tt i. ft ffl 3S 47H .Mess . it 11 75 '!il tf-S- to-da- .; -- 'VM CATTLK HOGS Kut No iiuality .. . 4 25 5 W - Cora Oat f- Wlieut 2nd mixed mixed eut INDIANAPOLIS $ ft ft ft ft to 4 KPi C25 oft MU 50 P4 rl AMI I S LOUISVILLE Glt.MN-Wh( Hour ANo.l O !, POHK- - mes ? Vl-- orn mixed No.2red.... $4 1 'sai'r L-- i trrd ;i8 ii ft Ol ft U LA1U steam it ft ft 5Si 11 learn here and earn (food fcL.fciTfn tj I linos, pay. Situations Janetllle, Wla. IVriti Valevtim tarnlitied. I"3 rH UnilUUll tei m n a tlrinn Treated aad cured without the knife. llookon treatment tent free. AdilretJ K.L. i'OND.M 11 .Aurora, Kane Co.,llL For eveu years I suffered with a cancer on my face. I Hlsht months ap a friend recothmen.led the use of Swift's Specific, and I determined to make nn effort to procure it. In this t was sticoef -- f ul, and bepau lu & HARRISOIU) was to ue. Tii lnflnence of the medicine at nrInflainnrv TAIXESVU.IE, IiAICK CO., OHIO. the sore; hut soon the i t"itnewhat airnivate txgsn (oimproveaftc tl.uSr't ' icw oodles, jkiy Kcucraiiieaiia iiaKriBiiritTiinnrii. ' No Rope io Gut Oif Horses' Manes. I am stronger, anil nm able to do any kind of nor!c JfelV The cancer on my ftoe began to decrease and the , ceicuratej 11.11.1 ulcer to heal, until there Is not a vettlgeof It left i! l.it iind It It 111 1. 1: Cutiblnesl, enly a Hi tie scar marks the phue. cannot be Mrs .Ioicie A. McDo.naLD. the Jr 3 St iMJ StldbyaU Atlanta. Ga.. Augustll.lSKi. lree. on receipt of I Saddlery, Hardware and Harness, Treaflse on"BIool and Skin I)leaes mailed free. iicairrs. special oiscuuq& 10 nit Tin, riwivT .sprcirio Co, Drawer S, Atlanta. Oa. Trade. Hf" tor ATlce-U'- t 1J W.2Jd Street J C LlGaTUOiscItochcster.N.T. FRSE wlthont ivrltinjfsJb irxlur Catalogue. Our price liCVY COS iifcTITIOX, mid Seeds ID, KELIAULE- iue KV. l'UIifi, to all. &ralcctte, itrrnluable I'lantu,s. iVcIudlor I3G nheefl. I rnlt", nniTirlce HnI, wlttoTJiJU inusira-tlouItusbenr from jou. Jtpectfnlly, Ha THsfTORRS "i.mrsi.- sl. k-- 1 I.i. -- -- y.fYJa0fk A N' FOR COUGHS, CROUP AND CONSUMPTION USE 25 8 A MOXTIT. Airrnts fcllnarlIilelnthewotId.lsanipletfi Wanted. 0O best Addrew JAY IIKOSSOX.Dktkoit. illcn. H BBfc (iSwxLrW fS- Xhen 1 sav toraiuo not meaa I mean rmdl a tlras aad then bars them return I have roadu the dlse of FITS. EWLEriTf eal erFALLISOSICK.SKSIa life long "tuily. I warrant my remedy to euro tba worst eases Because ethers bsr Ddat failed is no reason fornotummeelvlngacnro. enco for treatise and a Free Bottle of ray lnrtulbla remedy. Give Expreas and Port Office. It cotu joa i ns. mm fits; iddrcss Dr. IL O. KOOT. 1!3 1'eart St.. KewToik. Bctalngforatrlal,ndIllleureytsi. agri-Ycultur- al Spring1 Medicine -- tvhen In the spring felt all ran down and much I Kverybody needs and should take a pood P'lng ' debllltVcd, I found Hood's Sarsaparllla Just tho medimedicine, for two reasons: 1st. The body Is now more susceptible to benefit cine to build me up. Jly wife also, after much physical prostration, found In its use new life and lasting benefrom medicine than at any other season. Id. The Impurities which hive accumulated Id the fit. Upon our 11' tie girl, who had been sick with scarblood should be expelled, and the system ghea tone i let fever, its effect was marvelous, entirely removing the poison from her blood and rcstoriuz her to good ana strcDgt!. ut.u ins (iuEii..iurivuvvt.v. health." E G. Steattov, Swampscott, Mas. weather are felt. Hood's SaraparHla Is the best spring medicine. It "lhaveused Hood's Saraparfll and flndlttobe purifies the blood It sharpens the appetite. H tones the best remedy for Impure Kood I have ever taken." overcomes debility. It builds up M. II. Baxter, ticket agent. 1'. & K. ltd.. Hound the digestion. It the whole system. Try It and you will be convinced Brook, Jf. J. of In superiority. f B OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN. The Sweet Gum from 0 tree of thosamo nams croKlng In the bouth. Combined with a tP3 mado from the Mullein plant of tbeold Gelds. Forsale Kt all dnietflsta at iS cents and $1.(0 per bottla. TVAl.Ti:n A. TATXOIC. Atlanta. nu siTJIXH Piso's Hemedy for Catarrh Is the Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. well-know- Cold In the Head. Also flood Headache, Hay Fever. Ac 60 cents. ' FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS, "u -- - die-awa- y, y m unr-el- reck-leme- H oVr-e- nt Bemember. we do not claim that Flood's Earsapa-rill-a will do Impossibilities. We tell you plainly what It his done, and submit proofs from sources of unquestioned reliability, and ask you frankly If you are suffering from any dlease or affection caused or promoted by Impure blood or low s:atc of the system, to try Hood's Sartapartlla. Our experience warrants us In assuring you that you will not be disappointed la the result. "lean recommend Hood's Saraaparilla to all as a gate, sure m dtcine. It cured me of terrible head-aca, and cured my little girl of s e.lln jrs la her neck which had been lanced twice." Ms. F. E. Losd, Gates ATenus, Brooklyn;?. Y. Purify Your Blood h "I consider Hood's Sarsaparllla the bet medicine I ever used. It gives me an appetite and refreshing 106 sleep, aad keeps the cold out." Jons Spruce Street, Portland. Me. was a Godsend tome, for It "Hood's cured me of dyspef !a and liver comp'aln l with which I had suffered 2J years." J. B. HoaXbiCK. South Fallsburg. S. i". " I took Hood's Sarsaparllla for general debility and wis wonderful y benefited by it." J. 1'. Jon.vSO. Martin's Ferry, O. Mrs. C W Marriott, Lowell. Mais, was compie'ely cured of sick headache, which she bad had 16 years, by Hood's Sarsaparllla, Sar-apa-- Tone Up the System rogresilngin the Surreme Court Severalsuhs In regard to eoumcrf citing are cautioned agslnst handling Imitation pnj-jlj- ts CAKBOI.IC SAI.TK. If parties who desire the jnt.iii'ask for Hcvst' Cabbouo Salvs they will find the ot'Jy remedy for curing burns, bruises, cuts. sores, wounds etc. The b'H healing ointment. well-knowtrade-mark- AGAINST UUTJGGISTS. New method of decorating Silks. Satins. riafiues. Lampshades, etc. Can not be detected from hand ralnt.ee. Latlly applied. Send for price-lisand f ua directions. IIOFFM 4.A X Va. t, 1U5 Main Street, li Ohio. Cincinnati, 0., s years; ed; I'enslona ana increase; experience success or no fee. A rite for circulars and laws. bON, Ctnclmutl, Ohio. A. W. JlcCOHMICK DIKE'S HEARD EUXIK fll niEQCNEWLAS".00"?"1111 UbwibilWccmmldSlons; Deerter reliev SOO,OOV v.rmlnir LHnJ CLONt'I northern WISCONSIN LAM2 it oferod Ad Tin c. w. C MIX.WACKS2. Wla. UiadCo-T:mlS8lo- iTFli'rr Ufl I &1 Fri!r" Jz? ,,.J''ir?!'- - OflHSraitt ii!i. Co., FsUtuw, Ills. hCRES of Choice Hardwood for HaJ on EASY TEUM3 to ACTUAL 8ETTL.EEB. EXlTtAOIUDIIJAity - :., l. "u NOORUCHTSo I CY- FRE2. cotr-r-, FABiS If I An Lrtlre Jln or Woman In ertr 'eountr to tell our roods Siturlli. MipSlftBthaiidEzstn.et. fjicetuM in ad Tlnce. CEl,llirwil5t 'R1.1 I'lrtlfulu. trte. ataatUrd Silver-war- s Co. Ecstcn, TtTsn. IA I rop-roaeu- ts Hood's Sarsaparilla six for 5. Prepared by all it six for ta. Irepared by Sold HOOD druggists, fit Sold by all drufirists. & CO, Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass. C. I. Mass. C. I. HOOD 4 CO, Apothecaries, towtil. !rw- Gou!Ni nm ri llitilld2 cent stamp forr sample andnm it i.h: - fend liUiI!J iiif terms to tc MHIIII 111 I ,r. Good Selling 'ew York. AlfB free la W 1 la Fasa ti f3 byCourtship, Seed stamps for post's. the Cnlon lub war Um tK VZ A book worth 10. on sent, & Co.. Ke J kJJ. Co, SO William btreet. SALESMEN WANTED A.N.K.-- E. bf old-tii- aj e 1 I',-- ,. . ''. ' - &00 Doses Oae Dollar 100 Doses One Dollar COLl-LOU.u3ul. A Tf. THHX.C FINE BIowlel Cattle, bbocp, Hoffs, et O JHMJ2SkPltry. dogs prele Catalogues with 150 GgravlsctW. X. Pi Bovtr Co Cot vlllc E. Business IlftHK STUDY. Forroa. Penmanship. Arithmetic. ShortKulnla thoroughly taught by rasll. Clrculirsfrce. hand, etc, Bti-kceplnj- Write forterms. stating experiene. and salary wanted. aaatl, O. Sloan & Co.. Matifrs, 5Uti ueorge dw asgffi erUni r. 107S WHEN AVltlTIXC TO AIsVKIMMSERS plcofcc snj- - you iaw the A la Uil paper. . m v 3 It i 4r . i -- iS: gyftvass yjt, . a- rsriwr...- -r j4 'i .a.. . y tt, -- J. tf t $ .' -- i mMKTXia .t ?r' iiiirr. v M. fp& JlLjjfc.' it!). ' SZ H '"' ' 7" ""''SSK i?3 I t J- - 'M" fxrtsrive2ii&i.WL.aVTiM.wt J ' I..1.-- LJ :1ft: j jj. u x, ju jj.v xaejLf. .s.--- -. V- -' -g g!. JI.LVX&.- 1- J- -J CUES. Q SMITH. Bb2 IS pra hjy ' fs csa frfcr.3 S82g2?3W I ej v' tew t5 igES FIRM-TKT tr sssg winan LEE P- - ELLISON. !, . ! eksVsss ess eases' s& Eskstfl dfe? O - $ for the purpose of carryinq; to anriouiicc to our friends and the public generally that we have formed a on a General Merchandise business. Have bought the Grocery stock of Case & Millet, which is fresh and new. Have rented the IN lower floor of the Odd Fellows' building, and are now having- it fitted up with necessary shelving and counters for a Dry Goods room. We shall bring on a complete slock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoos, Clothing, Bats and Caps, etc., etc., and will be ready nmrn. for business in a few days. It is our wish to build w a trade here, and with that object in view, shall endeavor to so serve our and so merit their patronage- JOOD GOODS, LOW PRICES and FAIR DEAL- customers as to gain and hold t ING TOWARD AT T is thi foundation on which we propose to build up our trade. We thank our friends for past favors, and hope for a share of their patronagejin the future. We will make an" announcement in the Courier of the time of opening (mi p Persons in need of Heavy Boots, Blankets, Ct riA stook of Dry Goods. Lcspectiuliy, J. &c, will find it to their interest to call at "We wish 'co-partnership REDUCTION - heir-confidence- , - i- , RI C Sf EI V. caVy Clothing, Flannel us. WorIr-- i The Hickman saloon law now Au&r Talk Abcttt Fires. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CITY ITEMS. before the Kent neky 'Legislature Washing- A meetintrwas held in ' is printed in tho CoUiMEU this MR. EnTTOU: FCR CIRCUIT JUDGE. ton hitst week to outline a nto- the Watoh maker. Is Having bought very extensively in the fall, we have a few of those Tho act to charter the Hick- week. It te pre ent edit o the LegThero is never a fire in Hick- - gramme for the mid on C ingress, J'w locntul in M'Kirc t Lanilnini- ilrtic We arc authorized to announce C. L. man Bank ami tho Peoples Iank islature on the petitiontor request man, or any nf the small towns, which it was proposed shoald not More. HLs skill ami relinliliiy li:i goods (o close out at greatly reduced prices. We therefore solicit your' HANDLK, of Fulton cuintv, as a Cjimli-dtat Fultou, has passed both Houses of tho Hickman City Council, and that thcreis not tulk of buying only foot all the billh for the erec-lir- prven, and he is located here permanently for Circuit Judge. Election in Au- inspection belorc buying elsewhere. l ahv.iv make good his promise. gust next. of tho Legislature. it is said, will probablyfpass. We Very respectfully, oiigines, organizing tiro com-- ! lion of the mccssary buildings, don't know if tltoso wbo oppose pauies, &c, complaitits as to able-'bu- t should likewise assime the PAY UP! has rou oo51monwi;al.tii's attouniiy. it intend making a fighj against it bodied citizens not helping, &., ' evpennes of maintennnee .ind make Eiiirl!ii2:uri the a rputnimn a a aktl'flll WOrk-n- n before tho Legislature, or will and in a few week., it til! Mibtides. ' the thti.jr ueat free hIiow, omu htabli-heAll persons indebted to the undersigned We nre authorized to nnnounee CIIAS. second to no one in his line, anil hunare respectfully requested to call and settle wait until the question's submit- in i nut i,ii.r iM i.a. ito anbodv and overvboitv wit li- - dreds f r whom he has dane work will evi- II. TH'IUAS, of McCncken countr, as a up. A weird to the wis? is Millicicut ted to a ote, but ourjiiformutiou The truth is lirea occur, on tho (out charge. This would iuole dence his reliability. Call at Moore & candidate for Attorney to the office of J W. KUUKKS. fel12 y for this Judicial Commonwealth's is that it will bo opposed. or LanJrutn'H. erago about ouo ineery 0, 12 inn expenditure of District. Election in AngUht, lhSG. speaking, we don't see how a IS months, and in the interval .",(H.Kl.UUl at tho least, and proba-thJ. T. Stubbleficld and Lon. or even e are authorized to announce JOHN Hurlinganie, is loca-te- l dan- - j bly much more than that ; but that T!i Collins, of Fulton ;and S. F. Cayce, a temperance man, or much a propeople lose sight of Livingston county, choice ger. A tiro engine is of the - hibitionist, can have nprfnancntlv in Ihckninn; and if he K. IIEXDHKKS, tho office of Commonpeo- expensive, doesn't startle Washington at OrutohBeld, have been appoint- between the present order of the as a candidate for wateh, ca Deputy uouuiy oouri oiei'Ks. whisky trnUto in Hickman, and .especially to an already well taxed plo at all, as they are accustomtd fixes vaur rellihihtyisofalwai at homo to wealth's Mt'rney, in this, the First J tidi his work. cial District of Kentucky. Election In to drawing heavily on the treasu- - prove'lhe people, and f?EW STAND. regularly lirenscd saloons, unless tires would the interval between ry. August next. MY lho .National Uepuniican work demoralization t tat reformer saloons maybe in-- i to anything liko efficient orgaui- - prints an elaboi-.tt- o diagram show-zatio- n Wc are to announce SAMUEL OSTAfSR SSATKS. office, where I shal. iNext door to l'ost as a step backward in CltOSLAND. as a candidate for the office or work if wo had an en- - ;iug the proposed arrangement of keep constantly, Fltliall MEATS, Ac, &c tcrpreted of Commonwealth's Attorney in this, the temperance progiess. As a mnt-le- r gine. The one thlug practicable, 'the exposition buddings at various LETTER. febl'2 J. W. HuqKRS. c in the tirst Judicial District of Kentucky. of fact, every one knows that however, is, to bo able to get the points on the public reservation Letters arc sent to any Elder W. V. Gardner will whisky is retailed by. tho drink in men who go to tires to work, and stretching from tho White Hon.se L'i.ited States at two cent each ounce; Foil county Judge. cent Under this head deliver a series of sermons on the Itiekmnn just as abundantly e drop letters one or partly wriUeti. to work together at the right time, i to the capitol. From twouty-fanything wholly Baptist Life of Christ, at the Wc are authorized to announce J has money to buy with, and right At j to thirty buildings arc projei t d KEwaPAPnas. NAY LOlt, as a candidate for the office of church, commencing Sunday night as a general proposition, the Coun- ioeiy way and right place. who on me diagram, aim me tciic:nc is lire there are some yovrppnpers, pprloilical. cxcluiiively in County Judge of Fulton county. Election next. These discourses promise cil, officers, courts, temperance work faithfully and braelv. soine'inajrniticoiitlv Uiz. print, mailed by pnbluliers, ono cent a in August next. . to be very interesting. llu hear people, and all, know lliis. Hence, u itli good judmetii and some pound. them. A Eivatuetij it may bo well asked why beat the with noue, while there ate a great FOIt COUNTY ATTORNEY. i'.:ie. BOOKS, 'ETC. devil' around the bush, and pre- many who stand arouud h'ly mid We can sell yon Furniture cheaper than wholWe are authorized announce Judge ? Theie is n peculiar case in the ly Banks, circular, and oiher matteronnces R.S. MUUHEUL. as atocandidate for the any firm ever clTercd it before in Hickman. tend to have such a law never turu a hand to help in an;, in print ouo cent for each two Superior Court at lV.ii.kKdt. A u'r fraction thereof. office of County Attorney, at the ensuing livery customer is surprised at our low for rich or poor, to particular. The one thing There is n prices, and goes away pleased and happy. August election. MRdCIIANOiaiL Hickn.au to 'o, is to or- monutaiiii mnn in feasieru Ken coaaforts luxuries Mta-nis Maswku. deny themselves thoFurniture andthe prices ganizefor flro lucky killed n do( uaiicMl Toe. AoU, icr matter, mercliainlwo c, one WHERE CAX I BUY A MUITAKUH PRESENT AT ITS t of medium or fn: department as she a REAM. VALUE? the dghad;celllano CIRCUIT COUKT CLERK. or fraction tlnrreof. which Stephens & Maxwell are offering it has authority to do, let the Coun- Jones. The owner A diflicnlty occurred between the man who killed him indicted Blake-morWe are auhortzed to announce T. M. and his cil elect or appoint a captain, and Mr. V. F. Defore deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautJ, The Fulton Circuit Court was 1st, 2nd ami .'trd lieutenants, and before the grand juiy tor kiilii.ga FHKNC'll. as a candidate for r election to Mr. liurney Jones, Saturful and varied stock. the itiiiceof Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton day last, in which Mr. Blake in ore tin session up to tho ho.:r of going i let these otiiccrs be in command man named Tom Jones. The caseto press yesterday evening, but at each and every Are, nnd lofri ' u couriis a toug iiiiic tic- 25cts Lovor tlian ll'e Lowes county. Election in August, 16SC. Bhot and wounded .Jones in tho I no store ren last no olerk exDnsss tuv iruun u iitM'o et ei,uini foot. The trouble is understood an adjournment was expectedpend- thoir authority be supported by Tho long u:ght or -and pay citah for all tny Groceries, and -- -. COUNTY COUET "an ordinance to have grown out of domef'.u: ing log them powerr ::." hereforo can noil as cheap as the cheap We are authorized to CLERK. W. attachment case of Smith to Munition :in, givingoil the grounds old stand, lias an endless va4 ictv of deP. at new store, Fuqua & one matters, which the Counusii t at. iteit brauda of Wittenborp and Lon TAYLOR, a candid ite aanoune to iooks and Fancy Stationer-- , Papeteries of all styles and finish publish without bctier vs. Iiouduraut & Drewry has been between I."i and 4."i to help, &c, iitdlatice of the many frauds per- I ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the lovr tho olfice asCount)- - Court for clines to Puis of decided, thf jury giving a judg- aud imposing a tine reeoerablc petrated on the State. Let each Cleri of Ful on Pencils, Port-folio- s, JUiliS iui.tu. Lap Tablets, Albums, Gird Cases, Cards, &c. &c.' . advice. county. Election inJAugust, 18SC. ment for S3I5 in favor of plaint ill'. "' - county pay tho cost of its own and Toys in endless variety. Beautify your homes, b; buying same of fjtt. ;urv are out on the C heath til before the C'itv Court foranv able- piosctn lions and such frauds will Iwklft KrkiTtort ititivnti r4fic.Biv tr J . that lorely Furniture of FOR SHERIFF. tndica"' cns.e'n.',,.,,. the. present Fnlton-...,-- .JTi,ni.A,. ,, ,o..v i,, ..cti..i iMir iv bo in a great degteo averted. Stepuess & Maxwell. ' " , ". c . limiR of liunrr inrv The ... .. ... unew ex- We arc authorized to announce W. A. TTtOU ;..i- ...wh.cti- - ,n.. T7;,.io,-- t ueip u tney . l ..v. tssc SHUCK, as a candid at for If yon want your wagon, . case. wtio ......j vw.w..v- .... v. .... Ucv-- ,a(;j,00i ujs ,oaso was tue oniy i...,iaeUi wouiti lo ,l,; aml w"rt ,n , " to i an O am iittiodiici-- the j. (Ui'U ..H .,l :..:.. t i .dines the office of SheriiT of Fulton county. :.! UJl lll'llt and dl .ouhl work more eflicieut-l- y plows, farm machinery, or any kind LIVING IDEAS ou.li or lit! AND LIVE ISSUES. Election in August next. euue bill, wnieli theCutniEi: by j of oig tolJ1ress The following of bluckMnithing o, woodwork rem under recognized authority. paired, go to the new tirm, CarAN Milt of luisappreheubion placed upon htm par!ieH Were coinicted and sen-Jas- t who will not (lin ?Iinopcllr, JItj;arcIilniri, nmi FOR JAILER. week. Some men are bom t tieefl to lJie pepitentiarv the If there are thoc lisle & Lnitns, Plummet's old help on such occasions, tho ordi stand. ilrtt f .Sec I tonal itrSrc We are authorized to announce TIIOS. great, ami others have greatness rcsei,t term : Wm Ezzell, three nance might at leant serve to keep V. WALLACE, as a candid tie for thrust upon them, but ueiiuick isyetnj nat SK months; Thomas of and ifii Rcpiestnti-jt-- ini ty. to the office of Jailernext. Fulton countoo modest, clever a ud gentleman-- ; Rogers. i years ; Thomas Rogers, them at home, win. oat of tho way :. OcrHJCr.LC We note wtt'n pi".-- : Election in August I, Is,- II Hll t oi muse who ly to wear honors he feels hm:selt i8 ,nonths; Andrew llucker, 12 t'le (Jr.i.i I 8a I o Al'toi 1. . XTrs. We are authorized to announce GEORGE not entitled to. montlm. well have inaugurate I, L CARPENTER, as a candidate for the CoiKler-Jjurns- I oflicu-o- f thoir CI ithing, Ovi Jailer of.Fulton county. ElecHaving bought the stock 01 CU'SOriS Marks' Double P.everRtWe tion in August next. The382Ni 1'oiuii Bill. Ikmvy Boot- - AT I JosT, ha- - : f 1U4 i ntitv nnil quality Two Pair in 0r. Hollow Groceries of Case is .Millet. we O ll lft,Q oi It, it In a - 'n V sugces.--. tel:;r?5l.!c nt(s fa. Hit lea tare nrenared to fill orders for Gro- ,- Ground. Self Sharpeners, ix Solid Steel, and Tho following is the bill in re- unpirallell'-.up iirL.-(- i ivintiHiin nnc au . it m me crTics . a. Customers to buy the remainder o our Fall and Winter stock oi FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. cencs sit iir prices, ami wilt lie-- purchnaed the cxrlusive right to ell these gard to the sale of certain poisons, neediiix.gij.h would ! - a ri "(; .tJfiil iii tha r.t the wee-- from to announce W. B. r.O's We are authorized pitroni them. '" u". ScisBra. Call and eec them. liver gouM iu iiu.) which has passed both Houses: Viu'.J. I. (.'" to it , GORE, as a candidate for the office of As e soucit traue on. freo of chare. m.m' r vt Sitiii 1 m- A Br it enartni by th Gt bhert sessor of Fulton county, hlecttou tn Auni'nni auo ;iaur aiiA guarantee satisfaction. Saddlery aijd Hai ness t. Miss Sallie Thompsou,abeaii- - bltjof ilie iinHin 'Htr"if!tof A ihPc'l'J:al iii d A"y, gust next. -- sb , , . ... i it :i a . Ilcspctfully, cnJ ran.liy r,.i : a Wsdci turn and act ompneneu young iauy ' gE,, j. That tMI suui nier ti,e Im rz: r. oi Wc are authorited to announce J. O. A. Smith, Ellison & Co. ot Milton, ivy., is MSitmg-hehas I57 Tio "Weekly Con (1.1V of Septo.nber, 18S0, it shall COOPER, as a candidate for re election to r tho Largest Circ jlation of . Election in Tho dwelling house occupied fr.end 3hss Mattio Hose. Miss no ho i;uvjn for jv1iV druggist or PLUMMER the office of County Asses.-oria America. & FARR1SS t ink owned Thompson, is a great favorite otIu.r (ieaior u drugs and next. August It ly press t5J pi;' by Dr. J. X. Outten, and the society going people of cIne8 to sen or 0Vr for sale anv Jiiclison St , opposite Courier Office tfii..ii!iout to l'uitri Mtrj to to r.; g. .tt liy the Harness heirs, was destroyWe are authorized to announce Q M. T. Rrent in enterptl. (.i grit In -la Mlll; ; put in i( of inr..ruu. SALMON, as a candidate for the office of bv lire, Sunday night last. The iulton, an. I tier many i: tends Here Ri,.i,to or other nrenanitions of ed lit a; front In Tamty; prrt In ertry rcn - - - AT. UICKU.IS, Election in August County Assessor. 0ft!.9Uuril. It lliat tTtTflalythi li house was insured for ?SOU, but are more than pleased to see her opium in any bottle, phutl, envelliate. To b at U a Dr. Outten bail no insurance what-- ' in their midst. u.; iu i ope, or other package, unless the AWELLe'eetel stock of Saddles and Iot. Tbe vimub nee it it arc cotppt.rur. ly next. tnko work made to order. U without it in tLcir laoaie. We are authorized to announce W. F. ever on his furniture, household Tun President in exhibiting same sh:lH be trapped in .a scar Pro'npt attention given to ROFFE, s a candidate for County Assess PREAIIlJMS. FREE lCA,ot,; We will givejgood bargains'in all lines to make room forour Spring m0 - i 'a.. liro io o"im A lUt of honJ'ucici uml like .laeksoiiian.. firm-- , lel I,:,Per or envelope, aim an uok- rennar.i. ( or. Election in August uext Pnti . : a- . . k c cnntinru Tfi i,v i.n...., , I AH in j.arly Krtat variety are citTrml ,i os or niitnis useti lor me aooei t. , .1 The goods must be sojd and will be put low enough sojiay one ! .1 LOil Ull llV MU ivomwiig .ire authorized to announce D. E stock. f n tvijiict fur ll.tn, On r"ift ffinl ika'1 Wc tllllrr invu ikO.in c.tuSLii !.- :i uuluim. a ti f ci.j c ltepublican . majority in the '"V'Pose shall have, xn addition to! 0f any t.jaa. He haa secure l tho ervicea fr cl tiiarseour Premiuin Sm itLly giving TATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. can buv and be satishcu in prices and quality. . 'p. fl i nl flue. well known an excellent workElection in Augusi next. Senate to strip him ot ins execu-- 1 said scarlet wrapper, a scarlet la , of thatUncle Boh Karrixs, which of itself is cur fell lict of riumnup, tu au an rit.i. bel, lettered in white letters, plain-- man, house t; ve functions and pi flOgatives Call at the lowest priced Furniture SUB5CRITTI0N TUSISS. , ., said a guarantee of good aud faithful work, j In Am rica, and huy youraelf neb. Wwily, oao J ear, laclailmg a frw pr- ct f .. i,00jnm element lv naming the contents ofwhi?r,i PUBLIC SCn OOL SUPERINTENDENT. i apt 21 .5I.M uii lSl,t!r. ..,.(1 tlrt.l.(Ttlll , Werl.lv, titcluMnf fiuiaix! mer, without iii the Paeiho States to override WVIIIV, illiu Jlilli tnu wm I'wivrii Wo are authorized to announce CIIAS. 10 s .. ........... . cros-bouel'i mi mi, for the of as a II. On Wodnesday, March 17th, the solemn treaty obligations of. and the skull and sent u fio HOW TO SAVE IjONEY. er every clubctcfc!b wlnairesstnt ss a ct ois try IkeKINGMAN, School candidate Superintendent of of Public preunt bo thj sersJt- with China by marked thereon. 18SG, at 9 o'clock a. m., an excur- the Government cneof our tree p tnlum'Stkcted by hltn. Fulton county. Election in August next. Si:c. 2. That anv one violating ....... $lf CO IIiiIt, tritcjit rimi.lt , on" year sion train will leave Fulton, Ivy., murdering and maltreating the the Wo are Wholesale Headquarters lor al ot the above sec- Ilnly, fix mnntb.... f U tunly, ono ' nrr authorized to announce i'roi. for New Orleans. The round trip natives of China engaged in'busi- - tiAii provisions iriiilfv nf :i mi.iilf. grades of SnnJay), Iiil, (pxcjitytr... ..... month . . . " " .TAMES H. SAUNDERS, as a candidate cltfill if Siin4iy, i ?nsts s7.nO. and return tickets are ness in this country. The mal office of County ,," conviction there- - CHEWING, Wl M T03ACC3 id lUll uaibiy, r i mniitb'. .! .J f,.r ro.dwtinu to the Election in Au nod for 10 tlavs on anv regular contents and distmbers of the' meanor, no s . t Ko tnvrllsc ascat nri emptorr! ! i t'io School Superintendent. .'.in .i .. tiu and will joi to dealer only at ractory uneti noi less man are bedn- - OIi aunii l 1. anlti! but powl lrat passenger. This will give an op- - neice in both .ust next. fur it In rxvrr community, to mIkti a lit ml cays i.iur in iliKf'nvnr tlit.ther is no nor more than G0, at t.io discre--t.. price alr0 the . . . . iiortiiuity to spend a lew If the Courier-aib commb'lon Is i I3ST Denial Scotch urncl lias no local arct in jour neibuor-dihi Swsrior Scotch SniiS i'unctKviiirjiu tlioi"0"01 e coun or jup. mr eacn down among tho fraitn, Hovers .feather-pillolend to u for our Agent' Conra InR . " " iv.-h Ix'st in tlit nnrLcl. We jilsn krPn Outfit, Mlttch 'ie tem frieof cliare. All "" 'Sayc Cost," aud the orange and magnolia White House ami tnai iiio wkccu- - dtllg SCCtlOU. order, rrqup.to for outfitr, alxijild constantlv on hand a choice selection groves of tho beautiful sanuy ttve spinal column U rigid. By coming up and Eettling your accounts SEC. o. That all laws and parts of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and ropics, etc., tbouM ld aJdret-e- to HOUtll." V. U. HALDSMAN, with ns, or eipe you win m iviu..v. . ' Of hlWS in COlliiict With thtS; act be Fruits, which we will sell very low for Csis3 1 TsinnkH riul.at Ceuritrjsvm&l Co., ettlc with an officer. W. A. I1ENS0N, Dentist, will be PLAUT CR03. & CO. LOUISVILLE, nr. and the same are hereby repealed. "ie wiv fei.se can ami see us. : .Monday in the Dlt. Hickman,1SS0 secondremain from Editok Courfbr FUtgaJA X 5o55?V. Will each month of AND Allow me through your columns PATENT t ree to five d aya LUKE BLACKBURN. to express my hearty thanks, and Hancock Wa,s Right. Dversburg has quite a sensa 'the gratitude of all the members This thoroughbred fctaUion is ofTered for AWocical Supports tion in the slnipo of a tine boy ha- - of tho Episcopal church, to all From roriiigtim CouuKinnrr-iltlisale. II s sire was out of .i Canadian General Hancock, when a candi- - draft mare and by a Xoriiun horse. He left last Monday night at tho those persons, known or unknown, bv MEDICINES! nnrlor finii helped to Save our ihito for nrpMithMit io 1SS0. snliit'i- - shows a marked nreionderance of draft frnnt ilonr of the boardinsr llOUSfi ti'e-- l Hie st.tnt mil action . itli r.1..,,.,. ..,.;, s..;o. ;r' stock, con i. .,:,. iinctmr,i t,-i- w,.. i.: i. iilo.mf ..i i ni2r n AT..n!,.,i; ...... .....,. .....w..., .. , ...v,... .::: came from,4 the fire of last Sunday evening. j not to ...c-- i . when he declared ,arsi., &cUre...u. ance9t0rs. For narttcu- njareS3' ridicule, known where the child ja.Krx -- A.asrx DEE UEED the tariff (iiiestiou was a local itev. C. L. Pindar, Kector. or anything as to who its parents j issue. Hie man, Ky. are. It is supposed it came from f the country or from a distance., 2'rom -- Sicksu:ts Conaiy. I- Yesterday the senate 1,of Kcn TOILET kRTICLES "A note accompanying the child is There was a man made happy- tncky, by vote of i!7 to entered FETHE'S SALOON, 8)lMUrV'awSsS. AV1 as follows: uTo by the ;ft nf ..i linn enn n.i tlin PlOtOSt llguillSt tlllV altd'tltlOU of in substance . J f rF-t .wjk Jt w tatiflMn regard to hemp and A WiSASAIVT BSKSOBtT. Whom it May Concern This child L'ith doj" of February, 18S8,r bo-ts-&c. &c, &c. 4BN msMZLK S &c. &c, &c, hhhiukuhuicu is of pood parentage. Por God's lievo thev call uini r. U. Urecr,i""y Ul lllu "" i FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- sake take euro of it ami heaven but for short we call him Cal.;, from that article. jarflund Tobiiceo, of the beat brands. Patronage solicited. will reward vou." The note was .,,,. nn ri, i...ilv i.nv'snnmA nn- boutn uaroiina strenuously ou AOESTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: "Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. King, night bell after 10 o'clock lf nov - jects to a reduction of tho duty Dycrsburg Gaztte. not signed. ry Giit0n, in honor 'of 0. L; Ranr. M. lln mwl ITniirv Atnhntrr. ind it Oil rice. tiHii n i i nnu THiiED A1TD . I UU liAW DU 7 Louisiana says the duty on sugar A GOOD DWELLING .HOUSE FOR blessed tl t if j 0 is . nmrp. j must not be disturbed. Mahq Arctic. Overshoes- at Sl25 PIICENIX.of Hartford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, SALE, . tj uuiij.oo a.J iu iu:a i;n nr Unrfnnce ,mr lino Jliiu " Ohio wants the duty on wool in With all convenience?. Alo, all claims artford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, " " Ladies that ho will call his name George u " ' and accounts due J. W. Gorman & Co. 8jj Warren, in honor of the good old creased. AND THE Misses " Pennsylvania demands the pro- Apply to '' 9 i editor of tho Ilickmau 'Courier. Childreus st dec25-3fc 9J T. R. McMAIIAN. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK. N. J. From the lowest price house in Poads good and wheat looking tection of their iron interests. on through the list of States, So $'25 Reward! America, well around Clinton, Ivy. Prom Gffick, b t Moore & landruni's Drug Store. there is a demand for tho protecALEXA5 DB K & MAX W U L, U A SUBSCRIBER Strayed or stolen, on or about the first and thistle- Junuiry, young Tin:nwfMiRlinrnMPK4Piifprsars: tion of local interests; democrats week in years old, 188G. one gray horse, Ou last Thursday umntl is made alike by aliout 8 t aont 17 hands high, - -... - t i....i...i.(i; null riniiintf!iim Tf.nrrptvc who T.imr man named """w" J long slim neck, short ears, mounts up high r :i.. 7 b wlontnl - in,,. i.eeirti.tiure, which Tcu.mC.i ,, Loo :.. wHn.. .. r.,0 n.f. lived in j .. ;,....: o i'n itimans mav taiK auout iree at withers slim tail, neck more white than ....,, (innP.nra(n. but w ion t come o the leg or aides, has a small sar between the killed by tailing Horn a motii, S1 all kinds of Hardware " "X.,1 test It will be found thev want pro- - eyes or rither above the eyes. I will gifc at Pulton, as at TTn n snlendid stock of the very best makes of trai . Some boys "XL $23 for th delivery of said horse at my towns, are in tho P1UCE; and that the very lowest the market Y. all oth er railroad Vi..,i...i i teetion for their homo products. farm, neirthe foot of Island No. 8, Fulton which are offered at ONE represented. habit of jumping on and oa mov- - '"'''" - ". ' S Was General Hancock much out county, Ky. ,.:rM,.i. iustiflcs. AH goods guaranteed to be exactly as maro "r "" "7 VC nnm.'of tlio war when he declared the JERRY JONES iug trains. This young . nan had been warned by the. railroad men IIIIDSIUUCIO ,. UH.X. JTJ 1 . 1VIHIVI Bi.!,i tariff nuestion was a local issue ? J.".":. 1 I t LOCAL NEWS. L.A.TTHP ro.t ilSni-llr.trtji'- , - Ih-i- i e o Watch-make- r, Bros. cb Cd Prsic-tionll- I o , : BOOKS, I pnRt-ofnc- as-on- e n I ' ART ex-aF- pnu-ti-cabl- e KRIS. s son-in-la- Groceries. to-ds- - i'u tin-c-- :-- - . i T7 I MRS. JENNIE GARDNEI , De-Bow'- I s d "'',. .. i .,,. CeOUIER-JODRKA- L. . , t . (11IK- - . I,sci d t 'll,'. '.V" , TED! urns, k, - f I mui r, I ; : ti S.t-l- e 1 -- iu3.-ji.n- '. ! r rai, m, m -- r.nyX'eni-oc.a.ioW3v.'3pap- cr j , incili-amon- g 1 l Iiil-r- ; ii-- ; i i curr.-rttn.-r- f llillr fn-c ! . n-.- ujii. - .' - ! r-- , ', ,, n a n 1 a -- ux-f- ! Coortr-Jntirn- .l I 1 J. AMfiERG'S SONS. t im I ' i I 1 I iiiHt-iuc- .,,,, I 1 a e ...... R Coarler-Jimrnik- i, kp-n- J. W. COWG1LL, 3DE-iSlIEII T . 2" -- aIIo-J- . J -- -- "" I, - il , ! X)IITJGS, . iroiSii Trusses 1 I o,,uj.." ,...,...... p-l- -.- .i .. I j INSURANCE. MB MUSI, FIEIB TSSTED. PAINT S y o LANDRTTM & DAYIS, , 14-- gSi. .r--- I I I T2MS ,. - -- w- - Mi. l-()- ZREIHiI.A.BLEil -- I , v- j.-u- ..,... V".' ,.,--,- - :.,;, ll , -r" - ,... 7 ?-- Sr5S.-r.liT- d :.... o (.!. !.,, U .Tffbr, - Sk !l0rtloI18of l,l0 world, nt h "u "except tho United States. Wars UEB political ing. He failed to heed ailvice, I nisitiu lu I5icUina.i ivuni). and rumors of wars, and alarming mid his lire paid the penalty, lie crmpwniieiiCsf tll,atalldi.M Irovolutions, prevail to an whs a manly young fellow, and the Ky., Peb.ltf. Mr Jas., extent. The people are greatly iople of Fulton grieve at his Clinton,at his home four miles dissatisfiied with the present sta-eat(ijcu xoxj east of this place yesterday. IIotus of affairs, and the futuro will- All Vindi of Farm Machinery, Plows, aii nnriioc imioiitnii tn no wins one of mir old citizens and a! dnnliMess witness herculean ef- Imp'cments, Wagon?, &c-- . repaired on -- tnust .ward and settle faithful member of tho M. E. forts to secure rudieal change in short notice and uorkiiianlile manner. come j the government and maps of the , 2eifNew Wogonv&c made to order. f Church, South, at Salem olmrch. p ' mass gJ . J. Smith. old world. ALEXANDER, & MAX WELT,. -- ou the morning of the fatal acci-dent had urged him to give up hisidea of wanting to learn railroad1 ?""" ? " ,J:" "" " , ! .r'V... w r..t ouu' hi. Httto "" i I bj . : NEW xox-FIRM. -- DRnao-isTII STOCK OP LL RINDS OF CDRHTUA8 MM, i ROOFING A SPECIALTY. "'"'Y. 3 " -;- J . ,! '" "The times are sadlv out of CARLISLE ,, & 14TTUS, Ml UljPS, BOORS AND STATIONERY, AGENTS FOE THE Southern Normal School, -- Eot h. IIP, -- BCVT2ZJUSTO- G-RBEI- ETS. .Sf ' WHITE S IPKESCI-liDPTIOISr- SEWING MACHINE .A. SPECIALTY. KesfKHlra die rt A. b nu j; (Established in 1875) tn conmry. incnr Our facilltle. .WA'S.:S! tea wrtLt diiSierf too Kboei IB for the rfuctioii of jom--n U " s de.irIuS ,peUI intomatlon to W. U McCnteh,ofIfUkmn. DQKilB K - Atldress, vScMk UrcCB,ly- .:. i. X. S- mi : 9 ajkf .?3fc'irT-, 4 . - PQiSaBlfBfBBlTfl -' rvtgiati-f-- - ,j4(6u1 i y Tlfc OI-U PftpMara-Majl,- - !.L.!if'r A ": l-- i $ t! . 'nur II'" iVIOtlUIUIIj wliioli fur- - edged that their law in . at f "J mine nfinn EKSH&S COURIBB, CLkVE,5PLU0K: regard to Hickman Saloon Law. nikl.es evidence Johnson U'an iitifmiB4:..i!-- . a . nn( i. "aiunoi THAT TO LI3IIT SUCH POWEH J nc .v Siai XnV tf;5.V. alii. it was sunt.oscd to bo neessarv to' no law ,.at all, and in. xi.,'v in'UKH Ii- it enacted by the General AssrmLly , " Honor to Gov KnotD eSi !l x 1 wealth oj Kentucky . uiaMl' 'ident of thei5 )f the Kiinnlement the Constitution' lv pov. Knott lias :ulilel another ow" 1. That an act entitled an 'tJ, was inaugurated, thol Sec. e such legislation. AnswMo . im. t j Snn.il.i i .t Alii . rnti. 71. mint t tn Ii1afll1 11 I irlviiitlnic llsniicn Iiu "wreath of eivio statesmanship" "is vv uv .:. .i onucimeill. Oi .i ura witinnu iiviiiiju rv UUS (IOmv""17 , ."""i- saloons, or tippling .foliate. flconee-lionsesseription was passed undent btrcss son tenure of offie ., to his brow ly vetoing the lii!I to I r of partisanship ai.d political ble Cram t.. I houses, to sell spirituous, vinous ,.... vici, ill r , Mmiv the niviiiTs nf r....ie.... mi or J,ol,i or malt liquors, or mixtures , from n. .. P:esili.i.tiSsclaI,,r8 isrl,,y., bitterness which eulmiuntediti the Knn 6.'lMotooa the more rapidly.' either, in Fulton county, approved a bold President's iipeucIiii.o.it. Ih" KopulfliSeiHitc i.onnces tiic'htw This law proided that the Fed- - ,,rom tll;vt d.v on throughout March UOth, JS78, is "hereby relol,",CI1,!'1 pealed, so far as it applies to the The Senate has passed ir over his' J1"' ami officers to which it applied Grant's two terms, Tlayea it Gir- - city of Hickman, in said county. - " l ..w." .j .. .. ... . " I.MalllPll III l II.ll HI ami .rtnnr, not one c'lirt) 1". . . . . . uuiiHX! ..e i. i.i.i i( Sec. 2. That no license author,. " wie o. r Po iiirreuill lie no trou de fiiri",v l liis smw wiiori" iiirvi.i "" ll acimio wnen WM iIM,,,i r,., " V,. "T" izing an. person to sell by retail, '".V.1 the Auditor , have this r.Vr'SL .r.?.!11-0"?au.l M11'' lien.. Senate, but w. 1. or tipple a?y spirituous, vinous or U,VV n" . iu urjjuntj ui mis- - n. , ,.,.. - j;iu hi..! .. ...itfw Wy tilfy JmeU lOi '" piininoiiiii .w ivkkpiI ii. iti. uii. fn ... .... iltt I I II .1 V I'Zimm. lai,,..... . ;.. III. ill. ...ti.xi o, n t'J I' in i.niiivo of I'lll'IMlfl III Btitulional way set aside, by .he,1'51 ... ., .. .saints mi said city of Ihckman, . Iii.ejiiiablo or iliHimiiliili.il tn t .. Federal .ifHfo. tlin ''PaL-- . form .heir : 'sha be i.sued by the amhor.ty of ver ....cTEfl"5' ":i .tonrts if they attempt to get tl.e duties, and that within l,0it in 6Ud i,.. or anj oni.-e-m n of Mil on u h,,s ' twenty tin after the next inWt-t!l- 0 the people ,', ., n A-u" money out 'of the trea.sarv The f ,K"rirf.. lo oi monei - f"u..ti , for n.y less of the Senate it Hhoulil bo the V r:i... effort "sin-- . iikit. truth of it is tint there - is b 'J' TicejasiL if'a 1 ' . 't " ' J T3!2 i tjjurtAjmAiitUBLSiLUXJfimjLyuj -- Pisan i.. " - ...-- , - c ..,.i.i lli'".Uie mi m . i m MWU'll, . -- in m Minn mi., FASHIONABLE .."" i - xox- :i iilenro-iiiiMimoi.is- i i. ,,"' 0. B. KINGMAN, DEALER IX BOiUND.MAIIR SHOP. North "NVest corner of Moscow and Troy ATenues, East JtickmaB,. Ky , RSSai i.ifaction guaranteed. B,'ff, "le-kMnBfe- ; :,,:," i- 'fJ. ""' r' o"i"?u . in-il- ... H ardware, tpfwf Tinvare, Old Stand ) April. 0. 'i-"v- 8BBDS. FARM IM?LEIENTS. &a & Co'u THE BARTER GROCERY- - r.-- . -- ig 1J' 1 (Clinton Street, Corman xox- - r y . ' citizens a law ingfrom cholera corn destroyed J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. ou .colt of?ieIr eonrBc'r SrL!i.?SS.e,!r ''lllr p, urtl I., lsi.., ?1ie?"M t . by overflow, or lost or ..eaiagjns , w1 b to f c, is hf.Pellv empowcicd and author-am! b,t- , U.e pSo pipe n, rclatmg gross , ay other kind of property lost ued to'de.m nd and collect any " o the Ke...Mi,W t. UlllUllI. , pout.cally . not CXCOP(1ing I.v untoward accident or disease, :.i . . T.141"5""0!'!!" n(Wt!oIlal and 'lak.TBIVIIBTkl fan .... , ihh,i Iiik miia.makalK-uu ii'iiiu'iiiisiiii i.... "i' ltpfon uniioi jjeinocrsif qui nn till tutfi'il iln!):ll I have ccenred, permsnenttr, one of the finest workmen in the Stile, and will make there, is to pav for these cows ln,:" oa'-- . W I us 'llliilc'iliriii Ihiif eei. then it nas put in j Uoinooruts toy Ucpwh- - Vnu,ti..g anv licei-sto sell and Trtfnt fll rintiinr nninlti l,I,,f" w,thj thought nee ess ary by a Congress umonia. 13 very "' t;e ,;,Si1'-t;t'1,killed by pleuro-pt& Motto I will not bo undersold, even in larger cities. $ liquors in said tipple am fiu-o( a piill l or dot fM9ttltltt I)'1HI t.t. Oil UJ ?lll.tlln..li.... ivill niuln'clnml lli.it uiw.ti and 0C xmx M KENTUCKY STREET, ill!" lli.llllll city; ami. when the Council shall ' Olnt'llll 1UI1 .. .. :.. a." Executive to constantly on bond for hi J from time to tune, lix the Sill 11" art I7 ,l V . - ' KEEPS sale .. s..aA. r.. n 'aim "-- ""' kir in in m tbH ii .: sH in i. .r " ' w, ","' ,.i?mBrm.TI.lt:i ;. over three liutulieil dollars, wnicn dent, amlvvrill honor Gov.- luiott """ t. K v HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. J1' the !,:.:,.;, ,i,,,,Hl, ' for his veto. r,a!3r 8,.,Vh city, no au- fHaving purchased the stable, horses ?" ut the cnames he iuvocattou anv OaiittlliateS. feiooQd.1, &&, oiC.'such or i;M.'.!ificati m:s and entire outfit of W. B. Plmnme r of " .. III I'lllkWII !!,. I'liri I lillll 11 llinilltl V'Olllil we propose to continue the business, and WHAT!,n8tl.o Lo..iav,I!e Dcm. senda to for ru.,..mi.. pbbvwdsd CNsnTtTioNAL .em.ie solicit patronage Monday was the first da v of or iu said cit,, shall ,a.,t such li. . .. IICIIM. (UII IT WO H'l' II. (nitqit iinui k;iii u.... i...w. ...... i mi :. v- w.. ... mini itiiiiiniitr utiab l ft ii it uii l i ill" ii ttrL iiiLutxu.a. i ' v itiuui. IMIIMi'l 3 throe hundred dollars minimum law WlSUM! thUS foillld Its ilnvvn In slml;i l ''the Kentucky Senate atr.iinst- anv On this point, tho Willi itic . TJSisrisr., r. w.v iu our buimiu uooii was piaiu triemts. un our way down we l.ed by this act. shall be paid as TS a leading Sclnol in all matters of education alteration of the tniiflin rpimnl to savs: No other school in W. of Younc Ividies iu i,s tern,,s' a"d h" ulou "ceded left the railroad at Fulton, and in now directed by law. DIESTEI4BRINK ' I do not suppose that "tho pub-hince Hie war nas liail so grent siicctij rHreiiUcan trust their children to hemp and any of the goods man- tlie i Sec. J. This act shall be in its tl orougb and steady workicg. For liberal termn, address ao "?un): fvn)id and now ... company with our Handsome Cr frnm ii.nt Mvti.-l- ? Ti,n He oilir.es of iho Untied States" I1T1I4I if lit ii ivrm in incTiri i ia... .. . ... ... n ,. .... .......... j,.,...,, nn- ti.r - cuu umigu uuui ciuquuub ' imiuhuu-.. force fiom and after its passage. i DR. W. E. WARD. mol or Sec. 1 The City Council of the Seuate passed this protest by a are regisiaieti to controlled iu vUi cu"rse f V1,e Senate and com- - wealth Attorney took hack for 'u.eh.' reiatiuM cither house of shall order of Hickman ,,. ..... ...,. ..i- - iih.ivui.iii oi..... v.. .. uiu ui - iu . huh io ii, in ii i, impress tv iho l.ici ll Jit lllli .... , . .. .... ., . .. oli.i.timi Irt n In. m kmiiI iMt mi LU eLM J"u,lict l"al we are so anxious to take all duty were "creaied by laws enacted by "" ll ,us 5K 5J t limS' 1 s.,x,,,c ,l1 IVT3-"VTO space to name all articles, bat no marked in pasamg, L'r.ncc of stablemea for drner ar- - s utl1 Ua v af ,,lli m: a: heb'ss m mbi, it mnistliP tl.IitIowovor'be safaai - tlo.iisel vcs " offoflennhanui iton. Louts.- ; c JL notice ot the trouble to show goods, " place dayssaid election inu.ne JJ rived at ilickmau nt 12 il. Wo "'lu.iiuu.ii.ticsNu treat- - ms the pnvilegc of presenting to got dinner and repaired to tho ad andome and see, at the corner of Troy he of ana sugar, South Carolina nee, fj IgJj, V jjjj and Moscow Avenue. East Hiekmrn, Hy ' aud Ohio wool, and want it kept the body which assumed to roview. Court House at once, His Honor, i'lckmaii CouittEi:, at which clee- of I'ORTiLnnsNEriT OF Tan PHorLE,'hi executive acts his reasons J.ulKe Ca.ni.bell, commenced to t,0. all legally qualified voters ouliemn! sa. cu suu.i e en uei. io o e, ,.. . thefrei.er..l IIIr. tl refor instead of being exelnd- - orgai.ize and instruct the Grand (Corncr of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) from explanation or judged by .lory, and we commenced shaking J";!""1 The Legislature of Kentucky poses of under the r "' " pAMILY lepers found in the depnrtmcMis hands wuh our frtetuls. - Constitution is confronted with tl.ed.ro situaforThe and the h.ws. and ' tbntthera-cniiiiiruuili- fi Our old friend, Hugh Saunders, election, umi shall ,,rovi c "llivinv1 Two jcars alter the h.w or 1KG7 J .won, uA M;A the nvAe or find ; was passed, and within less than of .he Fulton Index, was rompannj; and returning of said H. C. - more of - !1'1 to tax." Lather C;ICSS rr0wii property out of their Ave weeks after tho inauguration one of tlw first to greet us, then vlott- result of (DAVIS" OLD STAND.) election. At horn of the dilemma means noliti- - !.,,, n..1ir.1...1.i...rc.ft,i of a President iir political accord wo otrui.k that fut.srood natured '"P election All kinds of ' there sl:a l lo pro-- j yosr 0PENT.D, with new STOCK, oul and out. Fine, RIGS for hire. - ni.iiM-r..- , with both branches of Congress, hind sood uieiKi I'lea T..!or. lie fan! ml ,1,.tli tAthn ,,,0,ir va?.v " !.. fi.. pounded by the C lei k thereof thO,! TLK.MS reasjnable. PatroiMge solicited. e' ae to the "'."li their creation.- "e sections 4r tl.e STAPLE AND FANCY ORPCERIES riMnlntiinr ,d a ..t.i.i Into tor to . price of On one side is the deyjl and on from office during tho tha ohice of County CU'ik. and it onowing nneSfio.,8 io The cou.Mhii.it of the committre RnsI" s sually kept in a the other the deep blue sea of po-- . house, at bot oU'v oOenup to vote : "Are ' of ll were entire- - i said, and we miht tfd.l to their official ta oin prices. o i.ueai ou.iv.on, ami titey are piled and in their places credit, thut there is no man billy ?u ,ul i"B" '"I'p-jy- 'i , tl,e pni,lic offices is denied the ' FANCY CANDIES, TEA, to como homo without doing one oi. ii.u c, is "i-- i hv w,u t3i.iitu.tiii were substituted provisions which, enough ,,to rim against him. Then '"cense to rot.u. and tipple spirit-. - . ... , , .y i :r t .i ju.u nyiu ioere v.c tionis. vmr.ns .iml iiinlt iituors in XINCB.JIEAAT, Ul TJCKI.ES .uuuv.., ,Juugo ortue. other. that at no time has t beet, ihod :.,";.:"""; litrkuiutiV V,..i ins ' ,. posilion or the intention of the ',kCQ,i?i C2ANUERRIES, GRITS K0J1INY, uanir.t&SitoUii.i most r, d the causes of susraxsios onuected u.;lithis lutlii affable "", l"'1" .Ul rnnil President or of i :; shall bo found 2l,;lt.r.. l?r iohwanauer. If it ito misconduct, crime, disability, flmt comi.aniouabio -- eutleman Tr.., 3C $ wt .to that a majority of the votes cast m9 . '".""" r;V. incof..-- . 'ordisniwlilieatioi... expressly per- - ,,.,,t hk 11IV . .i....um ..u ...icn,oiioiorIi.....ai.ui..eo:.er ato .u-nat eaid election be against the is- h j 0""i.irried Borne ti.no ,0 ?ui;:ir, CotTecHt SoapH, drv lat s";l and ofiie.a documents or papers .,,...;,...,..:.. t,i, discretion" The Fall Session will commence for private business 1 Here's a - of liconso to aul- yenr and built h.ui.i nice rc.Mdeuco El'I! "l,tl hannv s'lfTfTAction to I,I0Jt0',s"u- - "JLy!. "Ji "V l.nblie oi.cea. ... sa.d jQTWill not be undersold. tipplesueh liquors . ,?..?, 7 lonceded conMu.tc): .,bandoned. the require- ugni iu iui.i of tho nttblic s nooi .,,. i tion tinkers, is Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, 8W . . charsrs i r i,ii nw.c,. n.ui MONDAY, AUGUST 31. ISSot to-pa- lor hogs d- ,- - sr.w-log- s, '""mIm,! 1 Jio;.e '"' '' : m?! TV?" rWitt e 1 ' 11 . 1 Pd t1k.-ll- '"". . " ?'. k. WJ .,. L faiM a 141J r-- gj l2-3- 3. J. M. MONTGOMERY, nnnona,. to his friends and I lie public thai be has opened a new and fresa supply of all kinds of Family Gkockxizs, which be will sell ns low a9 the lowest. He ii re- . . . 11 . : .1 . r. ujr .i uii nines io ficnange urocerieiai cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickena.'or any kind of marketing hit t the form in friends miiy bring in. The highest aar ket price always pnid. MR. I j G5 c. I sale livery stable ' ' u ; Ij.-an- h ..Itt-rai- . 1 Faris Parker, ? . JJ 1 1 1 f .. - Trf - ""ia -- iit 1 r;cn. w 1 i i B. I r' m & w& 1 k 1 i i f va C te DR. WARD'S nashvilie, . -- I (IT-l- II I f r7-- i8t T ! - I i 1 1 J - .- - IH3 JKEXHr.iIR," Ik Pn-cideii- - - t nm-fili- iifm-tiiMM- l o .. .... 1 , i . ...-- I i un",s: ... ... .. c . . - !.. ; M.,n-- uiiii ..... Family Groceries. "' 1 0 ( , 'and'-to'usws- er . d c-- , ; ex-edit- x HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Urocery JUDGE, t. ,- 1 m-- t ie-e.iai- ?s"s h ati-at- i "'o W. G. KINGMA3ST. first-clas- oct30-iso- "i; i- . .!.-i- .. ---- -: : ' 1 1 I iii.-iilo- :r.iflu i. fe.?i i.i-gi- "--- "" i.'iC i l'"., ,,,,.': 0.2.d,"rLL?g -- i:-o- 3-- D u ": - ,- 1 . - .....',' .""- - n And ContinuingrFour Months. Spring Session Commences r MONDAY, JANUARY 5w' fi Jr. , , k5 Continuing- - Five Months. to an wi.owi avail them- - ver. tast. The n ventre defereu- f ....t Bi.i.i " "l ikeSiy-sonVbr.ofuselves o:" the ,!ea,ur, H calnng tin.; shabby-genteeSih ,5, be rreely Tn ' i o The course of study, including thorough primary work in EngJisdi branch?. left by the amendment of 0ll th,m m Wl, llld. 'uvv oxlf cd Kenuickiau of his kind, who Lutiti, GriJeJc, Gemjorf, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penruanohip, ou iorec. -i- Sd-th - nutted to ihe .Senate upon its debt..,ds 'aach less destructive of llu.y illUMul to ke, n) we illingSes it bravery to -- shoot a Muffic, Drawing and Calisthenics. niai1 (i ,,, tll0 US(. 0V the same vno u--i nresiiiiie wil he . the e. v f.M'cuino uiscreuon. in.rer:im burn a sc hool house." Espcciil attantion is deroted to the preparation of students for college, and joung jMui'ti. uim ivmtiiiiii iiiiifv.o..o the great general and patriotic fit- rwTtaiLi , 'fiStv-- S averutro daily at' that has come to the wrong place iu men for business. 3kKi n. - ." t. t Sk vr-i il... i "Ta viiJ. .1 iVIirt l on tlr .ltt r - r .r ntiili r"f. Missonn to got any sympathy. if '" rrfcft ... rrv ( ie LH" k " Vi. a: rat tttj-tt- itrnfrrri ;rt tK'k isu iU.-- -' o ..o. ...oMnh-f . .W mo- uocent girt tro'n her pleasant homo J Ull f ' denied, I supposivKxecutive, and for whoso freer George Warren, 'r&. - thut re.si. lent may suspend a administration of his high office eratie editor iu House in Loui.svifle, by soma exHe on tho banks of the Ohio, where TUITION : . ! .....i- .ioni. me restraints oi mo mw oi ioui .;tfJt jus tirst ot fuera! idolizing parents had watched her Primary Pupils per UouieneratesoiuiersaiMi iiio aiiiinAnil IliUIIill SSO'I lii of Washington Lee Uniyersity. of any papers or documents to aid were, on the 5th day of April, Jackson in 1828. an never with care from the cradle to wo- -' 4 0 inieriiieiiKiio . says: "It m otheml .judgment and divert-- J809. removed, mindful of his ob- - beratehed a ticket situ The Courier-Journa- l lie never m.im.ood. taking her to a distant Advanced . 50 was extremely gratifying to ob- - tion. And I am quite prepared to lig:ttion to defend aud protect ogt s, .light'b sleep eAi.p; a Jew city and then, after such promises' BAYAE52.3: MOTIEI.Y IT ADVANCE avow that the cases are not few. u eery irerogatio of his great j,t, devoted to damning defaulting as only a villain is capable of! serve in the groit throng present many gallant gentlemen who had which suspensions iiom oflico have trust, and apprehensive of the in- - subscribers, aud has never missed making, abandoned and droo her! i n mii.n.. ,.v,.,,,it nhon tho nowHi.n. to mi m.timi.lv nerved in tho Federal army, and depended more upon oral tepre- - jury threatened the public sen ice o -! ,HfOA-B,r none were more ready than they sentations made to me by citizens in tho continued operation of ,,er business was not very pro- - nut who does not dc&ero the IlinoiAK, Kv., Aji?;7t 1SS57 3tnl Tat.e the to extend a cordial Kentucky we!- - of known good repute, aud by these statutes, even iu their mod- - fltable. smiles of tho human race, of the House of Kepre--j itied form, in his first message to como to tho daughter of Robert members Let him go to Leavenworth and Late in the evening Messrs. Hen- N, C & I. L. E. Lee." But notwithstanding sentatives and senators of the! Congress advised their repeal and dricks,CrosshiudaiidThomas.can- - stay. Ho cannot go too soon for B'y. this feature of tho ei.tertaininent, L mted btates, than upon any let-- ' set forth their unconstitutional didates for Commonwealth Attor- - the benefit of tho coiiuiitiuitv the opi ortunity to make it appear tors aud documents presented for,' character. made where ho is now stopping, IMV each and severally 'speeches in the '...tercet of their The staur of crime is on his an effort to revive the spi.it of my examination. I and hurtkul TETOENCY. Tlie u AVE xpr felt justified 'several selves for tho office afore brow. The manner peculiar to disunion in the South could not . . ." . a tinahle to state wi.etiier or nKMjOMOti, and from the demon- - his kind cannot eflaee the mark - Co ollsneildjM,r -- ..:,.. he foregone, and we find tho fid:,,to,.:fv ot this lecommcudatton for a re- J,, lowing- being sent out by the As- - "!,.,,i.l IS.VJ:.; ail? stl,llion rethink they will .carry that is upon him. IIi name and . . .i...-in.r.. va r ... A l. . l lJliniII in " u'1Cs ' Bociated Press: his fearful crime against humanity the county by a large ninjoiity. ronrcsentif.I.K, ho .i..i' . i ,r '; .l-lh1,t,1,s,,S r1" Iliekmau is tho Switzerland of will follow him, and the spectre Generals Buck- ro 6 S" C:"' Probably be lound ... the tlft Mississippi Valley country, form of that devoted little woman, ,?U 'of Vho r J, ner, Duke, Hewitt, Echols, and ll: HICKM-A-IST- , ; many others were inatteinlance. tlVVlCU,:? w,,,Iel1 den,?ll&trlltfl nestling amid craggy peaks and Lucy Grimes-Boyd- , must be omni- fr tbc fact that the necessities of the pictIinJqne 6ce.,ery. The princi. p.eseut. Call on nearest Ticket Agent The cards of invitation were dec- iorhnsitlc,s portion of the town " ?!tl,.at,0 .l,ul "jrcly do- . Hiol l' orated with the Confederate nag i,e hMnJ veloped tS?"nravings, Plan full..pccifications as to everything needed furnished, an J entire Or Address mcious -t- he stars and bars. Tho affair J ' t , foot of the hills and on m v And so it happens that alter an tlie bank of the Father of Waters, rOxCSSlOIial Pnflc. cost accurately calculated. i.oc ana Key jobs solicited. was a brilliant social success, and W. R. Jopri, of nearly twenty 3 ears aml Ilcr worst drawback at pre- up to a late hour the parlors and J,, 5iuem In lo t i?I;-Pass. Agt., Dalh, Tex., or ocno..s desuetude '"- of Jjll!,08t j corridors of tho hotel were crowd- - n." T) the gradual advance it is WI IA1LK. I "Iers and doeu. 0. P. & T. A., Nashville. Tenn. these laws are brought forth, a p- ml bv thoso waiti- n- to nav their th,. town. Uncle Sam rRlTZ. HELLNER, T.Ag... Hickman " t,,e parently the repealed as woll a , ? rlar c?s respects to the daughter of the ,,. ' hundreds of worse ap- AT K . feV1 e ,s n!lsc1 P the uniepealed, and put in the Confederacy. tllllll i,0 . would by hero of the Southern HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS p .. ...i. ia . I... .,....; uiti liiiiim uiiii iiii'V nri in niiv vinw m.n in vrrpr n - - i'" " " '" giving a few thousands io savo nf thomiUoPt no..!... i ;" "1 "i.M,l Vi "" "MANDFACTURERSOF " penniucu, to aticw.pt a.. ., , ,:.., it rtV Vfu " As EV branch of industry has ."V . - & 7,". w. niCKMAN, KY. r" Mm'X,. been Btnrtedin Silver City, . nu.i.pracu ce in nut he conn, orti.e aum.uistrat.o... , -followingndvert.se- "?va' miA7 Vri.l "f as' itn88 the 1: . ..- - r .. " per iiif.-stw . irassj3StS5SBif ul . -" ' v?..:..... liiivrir'ii'rM laic Courts of Kentucky. la1 J J III Il meat :.. H U'.'Hl II" Illlllf.I III allala W! V K1UU IHItliri..inn... w. . in iu t i in :..I'.ti.is. i : ii ; un:i i h'Jv ..in ..:..,.. I M If 2 Ct a ITi .. t,.,. Ji I I t in im .1. vn. i is u, no iiicaiiH ;iiuuii.ii;ii. J.....UI... city: y sepllS-lKi.-ai.. i or impeacj.ment, to Uut why should tho provisions of1 Nashville Artisan: Don't oxDEALER 13 $250 RKWAltD. or rvCrse ti.e act of the the repealed law, which required' peet an udvem&eu.cui to bc.r (review ., 11 The above reward wi be. paid ExecuUve, the suspension dur- specific cause for suspension, aud. f,ult l 0,,t' ulHht' Italian and American Marble a week Kv the Board of County j UI me aeiiBic oiia report to tho Senate ot "evt-- j iwji v.iw o o rp ""i MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVB sioners of Grant County, to any.j Federal offing. i be'ieve the! ilmu... i,d ri!iRmiRhn now. in of-- , to hist ouacar, andjou can t Ir A. tv it- said county for each and power to remVe or suspend such ' fCct. applied to the present Exec-- ! advertise on that plan cither. citizen of STONES. kZT" itiMI! i AlJUnNtTo A I LAW, everv hostile, renegade AnaoiieMonicmls ia ved it, the President utiv e mst ead of the law after--! The enterprising advertise. . . VINO received a fine lot of Anie i.. i killed by such citizen on presents- - alouc by tho vVvstitulioi. which in wards passed and unrepealed, Proves tnat ne uuuersiuousi., HAican and Italian Warble, I amir KENTUCKY. J express ternisjVuvim. u,at itiie tion to said board'of the scalp of ,tti,. 1.11111111: k...... lo uu, ucviiiiBu in illl CI klOIULl iC pared to fill all orders. Call and eza c.icimii.' i.im.11 ,i;;. luniiuilij JO...I.IHO how to sell. s ur work. cxecutne powenan be vested sions by the President "in his dis-- , such Indian. ILL attend to all business entrusted Orders from tho country prompt- jin a FresiiW of ,V.,iie.l States cretioi.'." and carefully omits the . People who advertise o niyonce! yy to their care. Board Bv order of the ...... mi most aj28 . E. STUIE, '?," tfe "lie shall i ri.iiiiirt'ii!i'iiL.i.iiiiv..-i""'.,.i i in thi-o- canmonths, forgot t:anything Office Furniture Factory. ' nov8'78 not remember T reasoiis "for his actions iu the folka sun ,. tWilH:n!enro MARVIN COLLEGE, bill nfi I n , case" shall be reported to the longer than about seven days. says that it is unconstitutional as . The Senate U!q If you can aromo curiosity by . Senate? CLINTON, KY. it confers powers of legislation out" ftlre an advertisement, When Mr. Cleveland took his noint iraiued. The it isbi- it - great C. J''c1' otiggi? ' the State Board.f TTnnltt. u ...... tjir don't. L. tlrn fJimtiKJL-i- . Spring term, of six months commenced A N D L E. R vthe effect of levymcr an invnl.,t P'ovision suiier;utiw t.. :, ,....-.- . seat as Treside.it one year ago I0i,i an ti,0 curiosity in the world. JASB.1RY 4lh, 188. ATTORNEY AT LAW try contribnt ion. on tin inv..,.'tive duties tim ,,., t,. aiiUv.. more than 95 per cent, of all the! Quittingadvertisingin dull times t.;j,r ,,, ...i.:... Faculty fnll and competent. GoTern . .1 i...-- i DEALER S0,t ment rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. a cit- - Jl,iJl o..se..t to aioi.jtment to Federal offices were filled by Ke-- 1 is like tearing out a dam because Collector, Real Estate Agent : V' Of his nrnr.n.1, ,:i.-...- " Ofiirn ....w tM tho watcr is l0 will o,I iu.it a"? court ot ..- - publicans, and had been in the' ., Either plan J. H. CALLOWAY, Pre?. iniiiout due process of law. HICKMAN, KY. Fcucuiiieui, it 'onren-eupon that Imnrts of ih. It.p,blla. for 35' D HUGS, MEDICINES i AND "wuyaii tiiecatroJi.d regulat i&- Will attend promptly to all bu?i It is a bad showing for so pious wi executive cftou sunnosed w" years. As a matter of fact the: udvertisin"- is like. wmbt,..r ntv h negs -enlruatea nini in Southwesteri ...v .aiaaaBA to city as Pi.iladelnl.in ! through a pair of DKBCIMICJ , DEALBB IN K !. i. ".'T'"1" l" bo necessary r the safety of the people in electing Mr. Cleveland 'pretty girloil Tli.ii' lr..n... Wllill.green' Kemuclo and Northwestern Tennessee w C t. nnrirlf.c uur laic municipa el r!oTnM.nliAniTiva.nit.! .:.. ..v. Uic..i..u..n..iuj,..tuii,iUB1Bjc8iij, voted to nun the Kepublicans i?"!.B"'ul.1"" "'. HIV JUU Of 732, of Lantl titlc3i CST PRESCR IP T TONS R ii COMPOUNDED! l',:;es,70a were grant of uch extraordinary po out and put good Democrats in are doing, but nobody else does. tion of Real E3late- -anJ the purchase in fjan8 Enterprising traders aro bCL'in-l8al- e in air way related or their places, but Mr. Cleveland AUD ALSO. !'arty ning to learn alue of advertising nior: iUcal growing out 6 get.erai senatorial Nets, Seine, Lines, Hooks, and all!kioil ageii uuO or ,o Preside.,. me year round. The persistency 'wys gois a rousin.r to. J"ty, and ...itself a departure f0" of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, atabai-gaip- . jonty it, tho city. P.ohabrv he Irom the ge.neal plan .A.. A.. only a few of this of those who are not intimidated of our Gov-- 1 t,al ofiices Groceries and Family Supplies gen virtues of Philadelphia, like 'those eminent, by the cry but keep erally. shed be held under a s.iinll change has this Republican their namesof dull times,the public, PHYSICAN AfJD SURtiEON, over before laimhar maxhiof construction, to Senate consented to. The DemoFOR THE will surely place them right HICKMAN, KENTUCKY exclude 'ever other right of in- - crats of the country are LOWER an LOWER. tho ones side in the end. his Professional Services to ierieret.ee All kinds of Groceries hams, aides, &c Gov.Kxott will not sign the tions. I., wth executive func- who have a right to fault the PresOTFEUS of Hicknian and vicinity. as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be thelrst Contrress which Pen.tcut.ay bill, but will let it be assembled affir tho adoption of ident for not making more changes. undersold. JOHN WJTTING. Tun U. S. Supreme Court has a janlC-'8- 0 come a law by default so to speak me lionstittituu, comprising many The Republican Senate, through Bible that was printed in 1799, and he fails to sign or Veto any If ESTRAY NOTICE. A GOOD EDUCATOK IN THE FAMILY. t ill who aided in is i.rotiaratiou. a Ic bitter party feeling sought to ham- hajs been in constant uso'ever 10 Reward. islatiye constntction was given to per, and did hamper 166. Every member of Taken up as a stray, by Luke L. Smith, President since "cuimios law. ami on hl farm, six miles east of south of Congress aud every member of I will pay ten dollars for the relnrn of this is ifhe course he willa pursue that instrument in which the inde Hickman, on the pendence ofthe Executive in the juiiuson, aiter me same manner tho bar Miat has practiced before the followine desrrib'd Mare to ray fiirra, Fresh News and Choice Reading all Subjects, county Kentucky,Slate line road, in Fulton regard to this matter. 013 8 mile. South of Hickman, or for inforra.'i. Htb head of hogs, two matter nf rVtiim.-W- from nftic.p w:is they aro trying to bulldoze Cleve- it since 1S0S, has been sworn on tion spotted sows, each marked with swallow of her wherenhouts, She is 4 years fHjr .tai.ied. I think it will be land, but at that time they had an that book. How sublimely tl.e sturdy MARKET EEPORTS A SPECIALTY. old, little white in forehead, heavy mane, fork in left and half crop offof right ear. Dun,. which lies on left ide ; branded on left One sow shoat. same mark: two wMio thai ia the subsequent dis- - overwhelming majority in both in the Whita tt omt Liberal premiums offered for clubs. Send for our premium list" Agents shoaM, one male and one female, unmark with Strayed or stolen into tie lordly aristocracy"alkcdnssious f.is rjueslion hero was Ilonses in Congress. Blaine in The postal telegraph scheme shoulder ringe letter E bottom, about Jan. wanted everywhere. Address, en, ana Ta.ueti betoreme by Harden Pate; from ih" in Laie the1 Wemlly, ?f- - not at all times, a of has been killed by the House the two rows at five dollars each, and the h Senate. PrHpofricinjilpeiidiug to iu some ",s new book, and all the leading Committee on Postoffices and 10th, 1836. THE AMERICAN, W. T.BItUER. three ehoats at one dollar each. Give' W;:;aft erwards ackno wl-- 1 Postroads 1 pis poller of the Hickman, Ky. under my hand, Feb. 1 0, 1886. Nashville, Tenn. ' R. 8. MUBRELL, J.T. C. C. .T.-"r 3, LL :.rM', ",'""",1,.,Ju"1"1" J ..-- .. i, . meaoMMieo 1" J?,tio us. as oi pari.ai. uiceunve strafe i 188&T Mallie-matic- FOR s, l, Hook-Keepin- g, NASHVILLE f Chattanooga o . ., V- -- . '....:; -.- ; r 1 -- Vll lil 4. ? 1 J -- i JJ i 1 -- i"','i Atlanta, Florida ,- n-ni- n - CALDWELL. BfHASfl J. D. MILLARD& SON, I t iutacts. a a r(-Il- .l ! .. te o iite -- noruiori, ""SSUeir ,Xfs ,,, "SX iZu? ! ,, KENTUCKY. ""r PAVORITS S 4 tlie.wS ,1";,,' ."r efiice - ".,?., "x i 1 ... - ., U ,.,.,.... lA.juA., HERTWECK, BALTZER f. -t & CO. ' n 8saCT3HiBM i'.v-.jiv- .s ss.c;..Ta o - .f-t- u " 1 x. . i ,.. ( i' rnvTFP 3C5 ilLlliLi. I i bvs o Hickman, Kentucky. a MfinJrSi, k7j:nrv,t?TAw A vxmJ i.:.i -- ,r i THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. a. beolcojube, u -- cn .- Pl,Jr.0!S. on-th- o Mffi DMTlllfS, mxij ar, F. B. CASE, .""" vr!1 feot fnd - I ar Family Groceries; j J a! DR. F.KIS. ONLY ONE DOLLAR ' Weekly American. ;,"" s J c,i -- ns e TV; a S -' VV" it . i : '.. AMi;i X V i S - ' 'r- , r. &&.; -- !. &,ji3&i&s ferfjeaS3sfeJ if' ?s3V tHpjnas&l iZi&l a; fa n it t( ASi