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Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED "v MLT -- 1 1 .! WAS Mr- 1 . t .. -- . B " COURIER. TCcntiielcy. ... With Neatness and Dispatch. 5 'IMP aezt floor to Cfty Hall. I ALE BILL8, BrrVELOPES, BILL-HEADS. v OSOROK WARREN, Editor. A 1.50, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. ESTABLgHJI) BATTLE IN THE STREET lletvj--- 185!). IIIC KMAK , FULTON COUNTY. KJggggOK Y, FRJ DA Y. MAKCH GAS EXPLOSION (Pa.) Orpluuis School. Washington, March 7. Special dispatches from Harrisburg. Pa., give a painful account of the shocking abuses found by the Governor of the State atthoMft Jnr SnliliAivi nn,l,n W,a1 TJ,trtt-nf- 3 Bresli? Tlio Oldest JScwsipapoWbstern JTfJrI -- ... & iTVio:.Aa:io2srs. OTfTi -- ETC., ETO, SJB30 TJm. 12. 1886. VOL. XXL-52- 3. A.3XTD FOREIGN LANDS. & New York Tollce and I ap- Nrw Vohk, March I. Tho strike on tne At tho TJniondalo I'lrt SesMon. Coal Mino, Near Dry Dock Road continues. The reserve Ur'""!UTON, .March 2. Sexate. A mim Connollsvillo, Pa., police of all preciucts below Fourteenth Iyr (T ,4ittt.... . re prcseniea, including iiuuuiu , treet was detailed at the Grind street cne rom the employes in the Government ' Snabbid by the rg's Booth stables this morning. This afternoon an Uy Which at Least workshops, ... six !.! AWro Sudrirnty "".K for compensation foi Anniversary In July. attempt u as. made to starr aoiron tho l;,::U"rx-mrFlcovcr-e hZZ::-':Y"- " hours. Mr. Edtnundf Taken, and Set on fire the Min in t , i u WJ3H a Otiii UUli 41b IUV III ITSHJjOiVi t line, under the protection of ??ladvcr''e,'the bill providing for the AVIilch WereTwenty-tlire- o a sickly-lookin- g Men. boy named Smith testified p3tiiriD?of marriaKC nnd divorce statistics. l.iOO police. At 2:.V) a car started from the lo mfreaso tho tbat he had not been supplied with fcf ACiii "' widows was pension - LoSDOjf, larch 5. A telegram justrc-cpiye- d stables and proceeded under anlescortof reported fifty policemen to the starters' stand at clean stockings for two months, nud; Ko.?S amendment U Jncrraee the pension iia cr8J here announces that Mount Etna is fcast htreet. There the lice of march when, at the reouest of the Governor, ha jpvn i OI l.wnorchl drfn to fr.iiv.1n Covrt.usviu.E, Pi., March .... ..il. in a.Etate of eruption. Cinders and stones was formed. Fiit cumo sU platoons of afternoon took ucational bill was tuken up. nnd Mr a series of explosions to bo off his shoes, his stockings were foun .TJ?S tna police, then followed the car, inclosed took place i:su mere rags. The Governor ordereK, 00 a speech acalnst the Allison are continually being thrown up, nnd it is in the Uniondale mino at Dunnew stockings to bo brought for-thboyi, nacni tnent- - Ho vni fnllnwnt ip r Coniff. supposed that lava is coining out of the irlR Vn, Iow sQ"are of police numbering bar, four miles from 100. The rear was closed by &ir more here, by which two mm iney put tnem on. it was also oiscov-eie- d btirW Jlr BerrV. Mr. Hlddlebprtrnr nnd Mr. crater,, and as it is covered by a dense platoons of police. The uiaia. A.UI amenament as favored by that the force started amid men blue cotton shirts tho ;Me-J- l! munos, inirail3 Ana Lozan niist no proper observations can bo the hooting, yelling and siouts of derision in were killed nnd twelve others received orphans wore little used for weeks , wero June which will prove fatal in at least uausi i. The taken. Slight shocks of earthauake hara from the mob. So obstacle was met until nnd thev not onlv wore them in' stonircpo rtcd Committee - Invalid Ten- -four cases. There were twenty-thre- e the bill riionin,.j i. nt .Tanmen day time, but also slept in them at night the car reached Cinnnn ttreot. Thim been felt at the foot of the mountain. the tlmelor fllim?at pile ruptVj :S.ten oouuinr.,nua iiit)iouintjc-,oi-onfoi a hore-ca- r lying on its sTde. It was lifted in the pit The first explosion occirrod BcBUJf, March 5. A brilliant jubilee in Vubn- short commemoration of the five hundredth an- from tho track' by tbt policemen whol about 12.JQ this afternoon. It- was a tr- - the school for a of tho time, when asked to Ply ;atiotr id" '"m toportcu.j. jzsmv Treas. cost of running the of the sccrctnry or the "ujHuuoouvanco guaiu ox iub cqiuuio. .rlfia shock and was followed b- two others give some idea niversary of the foundation of tho Heidel- Thereafter progress was institution, produced bills which showed urv to tho Uland resolution calllntr fot slow. At Mad- iu ijuick succession a tew berg University, the oldest in Germany, is rejrnrd to the minutes ison to be held iu July and August next, "and ami street tho flrst'stone was thrown The first explosion caused the later. the average cost of board per day for each information in dollars, was referred circu to the lation of etandard struck tho side of the car, in death scholar to be 13 5 cents. Tho Investigawill continue for a fortnight. A local nuge The which were minC-officials of the of the two men and injured three. tors were accompanied y bv two mem- Committee on lotaken uji M pension approhas offered to fill the famous Heidel- company ajid.a bill was srs Townsend sergeant of police. All the The rest ran toward the mouth of the pit, bers of Post 5S. G A. R-- , of Harrisburg. priation berg fass, holding eight hundred hogs- way to and Otinon spoke Mr. Wllon of West Vir The Governor and party y visited tho giniu. leplied to the recent speech of Mr heads, with the best of Rhino nine. The structed the Bowery tho tiack s was ob- but before they reached it the other of Iowa. He was followed by Mr and occurred. The lights were blown bath room. In the little room, ten feet students are arranging a grand hLstorical trucks, with the wrecks of street-carbut boys rrocewion to take place August 6, in w hich them away. the advance 'guard cleared out. the dust blinded the men and the square, they found sixteen .bath-tu- b huddled Buttcrworth together, and the inimnturo Henry street another passage-way- s At March 3. SrNATE was The WaSHIOTO. were blocked up and all esall thcostunies worn in Germany since car tho the fonndation of the University will be stone went crashing through thestone win- cape cut off. The pit was on fire nnd a packed with bojs like sardines. Asbath- Chalrla"1. ' efore that body tho President's dow At East Broadwav alaqjo little fellows clambered out of the was horrible death awaited the imprisoned messjgo on the treatment of Chinese, with represented. Thousands of strangers from placed beside tho track unnoticed, and tho miners. Nine of them, who had been tub they either had to dry them- othermes-aae- s all parts of Europe will participate iu the car was relating to tho Indians A thrown off. This mishap was working in another entry, managed to selves on wet towels or hud'dle shiv- resolution was aprecd to calling for n festivities. greeted with a tempest of yells from tho make their way out Hefore the mouth ering around tbr hot boiler until i cut of pajin Loxdo.v. March 5. Charles lius,ell. At- thousands .lining the strfets. uti into tho sinking Oaths, of choked up. The forco they wero dried. Among the number wero fumla'slncc 1ST7 A report by each Senator. torney General, went y to Bucking- biss, calls, screams andwild cheering 01 the pit was can be imagined, as boys with scrofulous diseases, nnd all tn shock Monday next, it name ot ham Palace to be knighted. After waiting made tho btreet a "perfect pandetbe nit'n '" Worrell, t'alrin wiped on the same towels Tho members tobesiadeon sccrctar, was of the for br called nn hour, he received word from the Queen monium of sound. bis private The car was lifted and heeler, the adjoining niine. to drop of the Grand Army from this city secured a rc'Olutton. which tho adopted. Tho that .she was fatigued by the "duties pf tho back on the track and At their tools and to the tho socks taken from tho bov Smith, nud educational bill whs discussed by Messrs drawing room," which she bad been hold- Ludlow street another proceeded. was top. The ground rush panic-stricke-n window Smith's father Harrison. Edmund-- . Hoar, Locaii and Plumb rolled and quaked so that brought them here. ing, and must postpone the ceremony. was bj .senator Dolpb ttiiotidnieut Commander of tho in Russell withdrew from the palace in indig- smashed andarotten eggs.'wcre thrown. At tnauy fell down, aad three or fourHg- - the Grand formerly Post in this citv Man- An rejected At offered in. the . 4 5U p went was Army blockade Cars of ust ager nation. He says he will refuse Knight-bop- d. Allan street avenue nnd wass-t- lines were Morrell mine were violentlv thrown Iuto executive session, nnd at S 5 p m. ad tho Second Kreider was asked about the "boys' reother the walls and senouslv injure 1. Collector It is behoved that the Queen n nainp d placed in all positions across the track. oouy nisucfl Mwanl the Uniondale Everv- ligious instructions. He said they got some, JourBCd.York andcontinued postmaster. Heddeii mine. but ho did not know about the girls, who ni New at his pronounced home rule views. s.er.ll Stone again flew and another In a few moments an opening was mad on tho Hol'sk The fclMEIUCK. March 6. Thn prnnrl im--r was uroKen. lfce obstructions were reand severnl rushed forward to enter the were cared for by tho matrons. Thomas Chinese trouble Presidents inesairn Commitwn reicrrfd to the pighteen to three, y moved, and again the car moTed slowly on. mine, but were repelled by a volume ol Barry, a little Harrisburg boy, was wearadopted tee en Foreign Affairs. Tho Comtnitlco on favoring home rule for Ireland, im- At Eldridge street more blockade were Hume It took several minutes ing a shirt he put on December 23, nnd had Agriculture reported n bill to fstabtWh mediate settlement of the land 'question found, and the crowd attack'd the police nnd fire to clear nwaj The forthesmoke worn it dny and night ever since. His coat experiment stations in connection cries of pain and expressing confidence in Gladstone and a general fight took place, in which and the moans of the iujured were piti- nnd vest ho got from home, because the with' collejres istaMishcd in the several llurt-uIn and ParnelL Pension Tho school gave him none. At one time during Plates. clubs were used with a will and the rioters able Thev were lying m everv direcwas xeitipation resolution reported London, March 6. Gladstone autborii.es w ere driven into the side streets. Grand tion, burned under masse of debris Sov-ora- l the examination Attorney General Cnssidy nnd placed ion the' House calendar. denial of newspaper- reports that he has street merchants, a'armed, took in their of them were hoinbh burned Then was so overcome thnt tears filled his eves. drafted a home rule scheme and bbounit stock, closed their doors and put up their suffering were terrible. Twelve of them The investigation will be continued Mon- Coniiderution w5 resumed of the 1HI author izinf the nppoin'ment of a riniinsslnii to day. iron shutters. At the Grand street station were found m a dving condition, two ohis friends. raro' on tests of iron and steel, but Hip morn of the Third Avenne Elevated road was were dead mnngfed almost into an others injroour expired before nttxm was taken. unrecan immense barricade of cars, wagons and ognisable mass. The killed nre: John WilXlebate on the pension appropriation bill wn MORMON WOMEN. The Strike Over. thca continued. fiultcrnorth.iO .Norwood, trucks. For blocks in every direction liams trackman. (K ) Xkw Yokk, March 5. The strike of tee could be seen' long lines of cars and (Gh), trucks nnd four children. Joseph Mjner.'nged fifty The rctn.nle Portion if tho Saints Uphold spoke, Breckinridge, in theand Uronn. ilnd ). arid nt 4 aV p House adjourned street car drivers in Sew York and Brook- in inextricable confusion.- -' 'All travel w as venrs, wife and nine children Injured: the Doctrine. Washington. March . Sevitk. Execu lyn is ended. The railroad directors con- suspended. It was 2:43 p. m. before tho Jncob Cope, aged fifteen years, burned Salt Lake. Utah, March 7. A largo cede twelve hours and $2 a day. Other track was cleared of the many cars which internally and externally, "can not live; meeting of Mormon women was held in tie communication were receKed and rehad been placed crossways of the street. Cal Martin, nineteen yea'rs, burned nlmut ferred. A bill was passed to accept the points of difference are left to Railroad From Mulberry street Center the theater yesterday till a lato hour. mementoes from Mr. Grant and W. to the bead Commissioner O'Donnell for arbitration. began again. A stone thrown the rioting Starling, nnd internally; can not live; Sm. Many speeches were made nnd n protest Grant II Vanderbilt. The Fitz John Porter bill colored, burned and internally acninst. At noon Railroad Commissioner O'Donnell, car struck Sergeant McEver. The police injured, will probablv die; Smally Martin, adopted. The speech to uphold the right of wns reported. Mr. Itiddelbciyer explained hl remarks of ycstenl.iv iu regard to pri Rcting in the capacity of arbitrator, ef- lost all patienceand charged the moo fur- leg broken; Wm. Shaw, aged' seventy women to go into polygamy said that vnteFecrfUi'ies Mr Loiran eue notice he fected a settlement of the strike with the iously They clubbed right and year, dangerously burned; Isaac Frev, would call up the bill to itjcreae tho ill Dry Dock and Battery Railwav Co. The left and succeeded iu driving the Pett-- Blunt. Hiram Higbe, Wm Ross, thousands of women in tho ast, now in ciency of the army. The ediicntinunl bill was agreement- - which i iim" ," r rioters down the side streets. From there Thomas Owen, Pitt Ro-.s- , Mai Hanuan and prostitution, would be glad to bo made taken up. hpecches wero made by Harrison. f, i...:' jirr. eoinnromis"i """ I to Broadway the battle was waged with J eter Kear .lame M. Held, one of the vives such as the .speakers were. It was Hlalr. l.ibon, I.ok-uAn amendment by vides that the men shall -- receive ?2 for undiminished fury, many were clubbed owners of the mine, attributes the explo-m.i- ii maintained that the Government hero iippronriatlnsr two million dollars tt I WeiVG hniltn.7 wnrL- - n I M...1 llrt nllA.. no right say build school houses In sparselj to women imiu n numoer or ponce struct with stone. to local which caino fnnn tho bfid thirty minutes for dinner. In rase further Broadwny was reached, after a hard strug- Morrell mine belonging to the Cambria shall not iiiairy. as Jtfpj wa adopted. At 4 10 p. m the Senate It "might gle, at 3:U3 p. m. Here fullv 00.000 people Iron Company. well take the opposite course, and compel Hdjourni-- to pivc Senators nn opportunitj to differences should arise between company and its employes they will bethe virgins from cloisters to marry Such attend Mr ILiwlrj's lunenil referred were gathered as hpectators. The hising, ItorsK Executive for settlement to Commissioner O'Donnell hooting and yelling was continuous, nnd communications social preferences should bo respected. ndnnr nppropriHtious were referred HUNTING IN A CAVE. as arbitrator. The settlement of the Dry etones continued to drop among tho esThe Government had no right to interfere. Mr. Crisp, 4r Georgia, made n minority reDock and Battery road strike ends Tho protest declared thnt womanhood hnd cort At Woo-t- er street a pile of bricks Had- mutter on all tho Qther roads, who wc-r-tho fell ns tho car was passing and stopped K.inn s,,(,i.KinC iiuf ;i Huge Picnic been outraged in tho Utah courts in ques- port acnlnst the promote ship railway bill. A bill to npnculture . acting in sympathy. With a Vsck or 1'rnlrie Wole-.tions juout expected maternity fathers of was reported it This removed, another barricade After speeches by Gros-venochildren, etc Suffrage was declared to lo wax met and removed amid the howN Hosers, Jlcasan, LnftENK, Ivn., March S A iiav or a Calioll. vested right in women hero not to be at- Pprintror, Kan, Ilurrow, Henderson, Wnr-nor- . of the workmen. As the car went towards two since a fanner living in the south JlcCona'ck and the Knlflhts,of Labor. in tacked. An emphatic denial was made Hammond Goll and Anderson, the penorth river the factories 'on Chicago, March 5. The fact that sev- poureu out tneir tnousauds ofeither side part of this county came iuto the city with that they voted otherwise than according sion approp ation bill was passed. Itennett, employe, eral managers in the East have recently-discharge- d who met the police with execrations and t .e report that he had discovered a cave on to their free w ill. "Noble women'' who of North Carolina, casting the onlv vote in the Tho House udjourned nt reproaches At West street wan the last h. farm that was inhabited by prairie had refused to answer questions pro- 7.1 pnepatire. some of their men avowedly be- in barricade of coal wagons, beer wagons a d wolves, and from what he could find out pounded by the courts were eulogized and u?c ui meir otung ivnignts or L.abor, has log. .shinotn. March 5. lnati. A num- tho nction of Judgo Zune and U S Attor At uesorosses street a of cnused a rumor tu-b-e circulated that there wasuumpea on tne tract. WjlAid the coal they amounted to nbout 300. He hud killed ney Dickson in requiring testimony from u, LLWmS :f petitions were presented and referred. :n end a they would not conie out. and jegni wire agaiut.t her husband in unlawful -i is on foot a concerted movement by mnnu- - pi tne route was lutlon was acroel to calliiiK upon tin. were al-- lio few. but . fncturers to break up that order, and that J lowed to rest ten reached tho was afraid to filter the cpve. . ' couaoitation casos mih. condemned. 1 - ' - X. v 400inm WB-minutes aft, "i iii.IiiIii l, ln-.." . -. ic terrl- - tions were at once made to raid PreparatheAiiT.:--,-- -nf thn r? action 'cam to tho Dolohin and cithor the den. wives and mothers of tho United BtnU vcr-ni' tiertTCtCi r: r Trr:r':?t?r that direc- i ble march. toThey stables. rs The educat.onnl bill WH.K tuken on nssistancoj! were .; to ... unBcuy, i an. jniHai step m Fame route Iw'obsta- - A large party ni rived at the place yester. ..r.i... called upontt.-- i.come to tho i. . the . y 'im.ndetl in soverill lmrf fettl.nrc Mnci-tion. C H. McCortnlck: was aked if it w ere cle.s w ere offered to their Drocrre i inv wiiiiji;ii oi uiuu ill .,...!.j vsisi-nm-tlucjr lu Dnring day morning, nnd turning the dogs loose, IJIair, Call. Hoar." true, and he replied: "No, sir, itis the trip both ways the cars wele obliged one or two of them rushed into the cave. interference with their rights. A commit- JTiiuiinds, Piumb.part in the dlfcusionTeller e and re not fighting the Knights of Labor or frequentlv to change from one track to the and were at once torn to pieces A force tee was nppolnted to memorialize tho niMlhaso took passed bj a otc bill was fluali the or.Wtoll any union. We have not heard of anvsuch other The strikers yelled and hooted, but pf men then commenced operations and in President on the subject. The bill, as it passed the Senate, provides movement. We intend to emplov ourw ork-me- n did not obstruct the way to any extent n sb"'rt time had a hole into the cave back cars after its passage there thtttfore without regard to whether thev belong until tne cowerv was renewed. There .was of thewoii-s- . Two men entered and all shall be nnnuallv appropriated from the The Millprs. to a labor union or not." the dors th t could be found, and then ad- Treisury the following sunin in aid of com-mo- n another barricade, but it was soon removed PonTLAMi, Obegov Mnrch 7. Mrs. Milschool edocntlon in the State nnd Terriand then thn xmv w rlmr tn rtp rfuMn: ' vanced on the rear of the mass of animal'. who had by this time assembled in the front ler, mother of Joaquin Miller, who two tories and District of Columbia nnd Alaska: which wero reached at 4:30 o. m Tk Knijhts of Labor in Rhode Island. of the cave. The dogs became fright years ago married a boy 20 years old and The first year ST.0Ki.i00, the second year tlu strikers andA tho -police before 5 p"flock. i i March 5. A Providence a v kn A ui mt; . a - left ana ponce -were - l"1, and lieat a retreat, and tho men, i ter was deterted by him, obtained a divorce at CuO.wu. the third j car Zi 5.0,fion. the fourth ened iiuuiua r sirisers J i year jeHr$13.tif0.'0, the nnng a lew snot-- , also got out After nn the Inst term of court On Friday she sUthyoiir roii.OU), httb eentli $U,tK0ii0. the special says: Recent aggressive action on injured in tho engagement. year $7.01.0X) the nil day skirmish, the hunters decided to married again at Eugene, Lane Countv, and tho eighth jf.nr $5,000,000, making tT7,. the part of the Knights of Labor has put make a dash and drive out their prey and the groom being a joung man named the entire body of Rhode' Island textile STORY OP A OLOCK. kill as many as possible. All drew back Kline, Deficiency bill. which House The manufacturers on the defensive. Yestermen Th Fortunate .Discovery of an ..Instru- out of sight from tho front, and day a formal meeting was held at which 'tw Yokk, March 6. Arthur L. Mack-a- x appropriates ?0JJ4,4i2, was taken up after a again entered in the rear. This tune they call tor reports of a private character. After c was granted a divorce from ment Iirqneathlnga Vat Rotate. jvery textile manufacturer in Rhode succeeded in a stampede, nnd in a bill was pn 'ed by h e McCorinick. Isiandnvas represented, and thev each and tho considerableiodebate theprivate calendurwas Point Pleasant, W. Va.. March 4.Da-vi- d short tune thecausing empty. The shoot- Maud 2U. Tho of 27 cavo was daughter of the poet Joaquin Miller. The voto reached, and two small bills paed. At all pledged themselves to the extent of five Baylor, a prominent citizen of Augusta ers dfd some good work, and by tho t.mo case will be recalled as of interest recently then per cent, of their respective payrolls the 4:30 a reccs was taken until 7:SJ p ra. At through about lOOwolvcs strewed in Chicago and this city. purpose of defending their interestsforThe County, Virginia, died a few days ago. they-wer- ground. the night session lltty pension bills were The others escaped, and the by him was the passed, and the House adjourned nt 0:10 um&us ridged amounts to about The discovery of tho will made Mrs.-Coo- k party returned minus four dogs, but p. m. under peculiar circnnjstanccs. Government Tea Farm in a Bad Plight. glory. A grand bunt ispioposed. was reared bv him, and he promised to Washington, March C Senate Kot in is supposed that the animals wintered in Washington, March 7. Commissioner cession. give her an clock of his. Ho It Robber Murderer Hanged. Colmnn, of the Department of Agriculture, also said ho would do something for her the cave. HotsB.-T- hr proceedings of the House Winkemccca, Nev.. Mach o. Clarenco two sons before his death. e No will has quite an unfnvornblo report upon tho were without interest, being for general Gray, alias Isham,Collins, who, murdered ceuld be .found, and at a sale of THE KENTUCKY SITUATION. Government tea farm at Summerville, only. M nrch 8. Senate. iv a s ni ncton, Th o South Carolina. Vnrdell, the superintendR. H. Scott while attempting to rob tho his property Mrs. Cook bought for Two Week Given tli Legislature In AVhlch ent, writes him that the severe winter and names of Senators' prlvato secretaries were i0 had been latter's store at Paradise, Christmas eve, ised the.old hall clock whichfix n loose promto Remote tho Com let i. protracted cold weather havo stripped tho piven in a letter from tho Secretary of the her. In attempting to screw, Grey had she Js4, was "hanged here envelope scaled with-- . JOrisviu.K, March S. Four out of fivo tea plants of their foliage. He says that ho Senute. Pe'ltlons were presented from tho been feigning insanity for a" raontll past, wax discovered an"David Baylor's win." and to the but on being informed" JasJ.night that there L When thismarked was opened it proved to companies of soldiers who arc at tho thinks some varieties are deadopinionroot. Knights of Lnbor favoring internal improveCommissioner is thnt wasno nope for him, suddenly resumed f, be his will, pnperhis own handwriting, bvJ Greenwood mines in Pulaski Countv. Kv., The experimental tea of thehad better be ment). 3Ir Vance offered a resolution for farm the report of the hill lepealing the civil Ho protect State property and the convicts the bis natural state of mind and walked up w hicu he hadin abandoned. devised all his properly, both service law. An Inquiry was directed Into on the scaffold with a Steady step. He real and pergonal, to Mrs. Cook and her against the thieatened 'onslaught of the tho condition ot the record of the war, made a speech denying his guilt. A Minister Found Dead. The two sons,", share and share alike, except fcee miners, left for home and the expenditure necessary to placo them Lexington company nnd the Gatlfng gun SS.OOOtothe Union Theological Seminary, PiTTMiCKGH, Pa., March 6. Rev. J. R. in proper condition. Mr. Ilowen addressed still remain, but it"is thought they will be W. tlerlw Salaries. bv unanimous consent, on ?Ppstal ; a Presbvterinn school near Fnrmville, Va. Sloane, D. D., professor of theology of tho Senatehls'bill to provide a new basis tho for ordered home in n few days. "The free subject of WasjiinctO, ilnixn 5. l"he, Postmnsttr His estate is appraised at $200,000. At miners have promised not to molest tho the Reformed Theological Seminary, Alle- tho circulation of National banks. upon 3:20 m -' '"General transmitted to the jipuso and the convicts, stating that they will give tho gheny City, nnd well known throughout p. in. Mr. How en concluded, SenatorMiller, A PLUCKY LITTLE MAIDE2T. ofthe death of his reply to tho resolution asking if heta'J Legislature that time to pass laws leinov-in- g the country, was found dead m bed this announcement the Senate ndjourned. of California, the convicts from the mines. The exueudfd any portion of the 3l,a00 alleged The Daughter morning. Dr House Thos. It. Kudd, member elect in vf.n SUtsKf.rlff Takerf miners are orderly, but determined, as free dent of GenevaSloane was formerly presi- , place of tbe Inte Joseph ltankin, of th Fifth tohave'-heetho College, at Nortbwood, O appropriated by the last ConCotfWct to I'rfnon. gress to increase the salaries of railway question is one of bread to them. nnd for twelve years officiated as pastor of Wisconsin District, w as sworn in. Mr. Illnnch-nrDetiioit, March 4. Hnttie McKay, tho postal clerks, and if not, the reason thereStreet (Now York) Rethe Twenty-thir- d of Louislanu.denied that he had nny thing for. The Postmaster General says that seventeen-year-ol- d daughter of Sheriff M- STARTING THE SPRING DRIVE. formed Presbyterian Church. Death is to do with tho withdrawal of Major Merrill's these salaries have been unchanged for cKay, of Tuscola County, was at the Michsupposed to have resulted from heart dis- nomination for promotion in the army. Under the call of States a large number of bills nine years, and that no reason is known to igan Central Depot yesterday on her way Three Hundred Thousand Head of Texim ease. commerce were introduced. Tbe Inter-Statxistwhy tho compensation is not as ade- to Jackson prison, having fn her custody bill was reported from the Committee on rattle Hearty for the Trail. quate as heretofore. Convict Miners. Samuel Woodmnn, who was sent, from was pnsed Increasing tho Commerce. A hill Little Rock, Auk., Mnrch s. Reports Tuscola County for one year for assaulting huildinir Lovisvillv, K., Mnrch 7 Several hun- limit of cost to $5dU,0iO ou the publicrespect to A Remarkable Library. uis wne ivnu u. carvmjj kiiuc naiuc is a ' from the stock growing sections of Texas dred citizens of Pulaski County, Ky., nt Rochester, N. Y. Resolutions ofCalifornia, Miller, of Lishox, March 5. The executors of the sprightly little maiden, and when asked if ! show great activity in the cattle industry. gathered nt the Greenw ood coal mines and tbe memory of Senator p. in. tbe House adwere ottered, and at 4 :05 will of the 'late" Dorf Terdlnand, Duke of she was "not afraid to bring such a strong Preparations for the spring drive are coni informed the superintendent of the convicts journed. lrted up employed there that he would be allowed ' Saxony and Titular King of .Portugal, have SSi Foreign Notes. t two hours to take the convicts and property discovered fn his library a remarkable col- I have a revolver in inv pocket, and I keep I Jhe wtltuil the Tnn Spanish elections have been fixed fot lb,at ,?e ,lrive'r (5 nwa as they intended to burn nil the build-ings'i- u lection of suppressed books and pamphlets. him in sight all the time. If he wastS may, with fair the camp. After a parley they con- April 4, and the Cortez will meet ou May The collection numbers 0,WU volumes and start to get away from me I would call for , will reach 800,0 is believed tp contain a copy of every im- assistance, and some of the men on the prices and increasing demand, exceed that sented to allow him two days for consid11. numiier. iTices for stock cnttie vnrv eration. Governor Knott has ordered sevportant piece of forbidden hteratuie which train would help nie. "My father nfRick or i jiorthwesteru The Russian Government proposes a con cattle yearlings beingnnoted ernl companies of militia to the scene of hah been printed In Furope during tho past he w ould" huve brdiight the prisoner in bini- nt fVi per bend and "twos"' at $ 14. while in the trouble. ferenco nt Berlin to fix tho terms of Bui twenty-fiv- e years. southwestern Texas yearlings sell at ?7, , garian unity. and "twos" ut $10 per head. Chinese Stiil Going. Takes a Tumble. Travelers Attacked by Indians. f . Mails have been stopped between Kiel, m m iOUTLANU, Ore., March llAOEnstowx, ls;i.. Marelt i. 5. About 3 Tomhstonk, Aniz., Mnrch 7. News is re- in Holstein, nnd Korsor, m Zealand, by Death of Mrs. Horatio Seymour. o'efock tbtw morning-12-5 Chinese, at wort evening a traveling performer upon the that a band of thirty shoals of floating ice. Utica, X. Y., March ?. Mary Bleeker, ceived here ns. and grubbers, near rope nnd trapezejiumed Frank Burnet, of MissMuue Van Zvndt is eriously ill at Winchester, O., was giving an exhibition relict of Mount Tabor, three miles east of bere,-wer- H Horatio Seymour, Apaches attacked a party of travalers fifdriven out by a mob of between sixty and here, the rope broke, and ho was thrown to died nt tho resideuce of Mrs. Roscoe Conk-lin- g teen miles southwest of Xocosnri, Sonora, .St. Petersburg. Sho is attended by the eighty whites, most of them masked, nnd the'gionnd. The heavy iron balance pole The late governor re- Mexico, killing one Mexican named Zess. Czar's physician. at b:S0 The Duk of Seville, who was recently inarched to tho ferry, whence they were fell on him, breaking his leg in two places moved Mr. Jemour from nis country The Indians, who it is believed belong to . conveyed to this side. It was nn exact and badly crushing him. imprisoned for insulting Queen Christina, home to Mrs. Conkling's on account of her Geionimo's band, then proceeded to Wilm 1 lepctition of the outrage committed last illness, and whilu attending her was at- liam Brown's mine, where McKerton was of Spain, was pardoned by tho Queen on Orphans' Schools to be Investigate! Sunday night hi the outskirts- - of Albina. tacked with his fatal illness. killed last September, and killed Brown the occasion of tho marriage of Princess Haurisuckg, Pa., Mnrch 4. Governor nud his companion, James Moser. The Eulalin. Pnttison and Attorney General Business Failures. A New Political Party. band then started south nnd camped one accompanied by a stenographer, will Loud RosEBErtr, tho Nr.w- VoitK. March 5. The business failDrc tkk. III, March S. At a meeting of mile south of San Pedro, where they stole Secretary, has consentedBritish Foreign begin au investigation of the charges mado ures during tho last seven days number for to make room eighty horses belonging to settlers, nnd against the management of Soldiers, Ora new Kent in the the United States, 207; Canada, 39; total, phans' Schools by the Philadelnhia RtmriL the Knights of Labor hero for a number of the National political party was formed, to bo Mountains. direction of the bierra Madre Egyptian army by Turkish officers in offiLMtV; against 243 last week, and 236 the week displacing British t All the schools w ill be visited and witnesses known as the United Labor Party of previous. r cers. xaminea. America. m Knights of the Switch Arrested. Sale of tha Morgan Art Collection. King9tou-on-the-Hulso- n n is a Archbishop Carrigan. Wakasu, Ind., March 7. Eight men of Experienced Jitmbeimen hare al.Nkw Yokk, March 5. Tho third and last town to theatrical people, for it New York, March 4. Archbishop Corri-gii- n ways held that timber cut in the spring tho number who attacked the house of Venlng's.sale of .pictures colleted by tho was invested with the sacred pallium was not durable for building purposes. Reuben- - Swonk, at North Manchester, is very often solected as a place where late Mary J.Morgan brought to Chickering The ceremony was conHall a larger audience than previ- in this city dragged him out and whipped him nearly new plays are iirat brought out Tho Recent .scientitic investigations ously attended. The majority of the buy- -' ducted by Archbtsnop Gibbons, Cardinal-elec- t; this belief. It is shown that thesustain to death, on Thursday night, were arrested actors call this "trying it on a dog." richer Archbishops Williams, of Boston; rrs 'were millionaires and speculators. by Sheriff Walter, and all gave bond Hero it was made the wood is in phosphoric acid and po- for their appearance in the Circuit Court. in an Knglish-speakin- that Aimec part, her debut Eighty pictures . were sold and brought Ryan, of Philadelphia, and Elder, of Cing and plays . tassium the more likely it is to rot and About fifteen 4i7,lC5; total amount of sales for the three cinnati. AroMiishnn 'un.tl more arrests will be made. like George Hooy's Rizpah," "Sumevenings, &S5,300 about a quarter of a a masterpiece of eloquence. thp. spring contains a mold; wood cut in m m mer Boarders," "The Girl I Love." million less than they cost Mrs. Morgan. eight times as much of the former and A Severe Earthquake in Italy. mm and "Partners in Crime" were first National Live Stock Highway five times, as much of the latter as when Embezzlers Arrested. Rome. 3Iarch 7. An earthquake bus oc- tried in Kingston. Kingston isn'tproud Washington-- , March 4. Senator Coke to cut in the winter. Montreal Witness. BRArroKn, Pa.', March Christie day, curred at the city of Cosenra, in Southern on this account; on tho contrary, it is from the Committee on Commerce, and Horatio King, two young clerks in the Italy. The shock was so severe incliucd to FirstNational Bank in this city, have "been reported favorably the bill setting'anart A clairvoyant Butte, M. T., has number of houses were thrown down. that a distinction. grumbled at it3 peculiar Ono Troy Times. arrested for embezzling $60,000, which they for ten years a tract of the public Jand in brought fifteen of a thousand dollar suit person was killed and several wero injured. Colorado, two miles wide, as a national ?ostjn, speculation. jt r Mount Etna Again In w Eruption. Queen-Heidelbe- State of road Strikers. et Rail' ABUSING SOLDIERS' ORPHANS. Miockinff State of Aflulrs at the Mt. Joj '4 .'Ilixth 9 . ff -.- confess. . THE COMMONWEALTH. I.ouUvllIe Leaf Tobacco .Market. Dart, and Heary. Itiirle't. .).. .. ?2 coa 3 00 Trash ?3 &V? i 3 Ortj; i U) i uiiimun lug... . i &4 5 Medium lugs . . 5 255 5 0 75J 3 75 4 0Crtl f 2." t 7 Good lugs 25 Common leaf .... t 75 5 00 6 OCKiC 6 .... 5 2.7J5 6 25 7 Ooa'J Medium leaf 7 25ft 8 25 9EOU12 Good leaf .... HOftklOGO -Selections... l?'Pg0-W) Uurloy wrappers. -- . -- 1IEFDSBS 25 CO OJCOMPLY. Sen-nto- 's ..... eti-ee- ...I 75 25 75 00 25 Tho President's RQJjy o the Deinenda For Tapers Relating S.-S- to-da- y y !n before-washing- je winegrower r to-da- ns to-da- Hen-c'erso- , - to-da- irn-tifte- car-windo- w to-da- njtri-cuitar- ngedfort-fivoYears,wif- o "-'- ,.n r .1. fire-dam- lian -- I ?- t--- -- vr a . j not-'TV- ht Kew-sYoj-.k- -, to tn-da- j- Milier-Macknv- e th dc-ba- to to-da- y. to-dn- to-da- y d, e teVM? trn - '; m Rope-Walk- er Ye-terd- to-nig- wood-cbdpjHir- to-da- Ca.-.id- to-da- y to-da- y, well-know- to-nig- to-da- y. to-da- y Snni s live stock highway. iiiclrte'by Jumping Out or a Window. Pittsburgh, Pa., March as aged patient in the .Insane Department of, the Allegheny City Home, n .lumped head first from a third-storthis, morning and. was killed Bar-ringto- n, y win-dow- - . The Oalten Habeas Ctrpifs Columbus, O., March Toa Sibrcme Court had an early session this tnornin and affirmed' Judge Wylje'g decision ln the Dan DaltqnsIiabeas corpus case3iEverT Judge concurred, and the House Cafciittee on Privileges and Elections are new more than ever anxious.ftf fptcu. DaltonItad returns to the bar. 4.-- C. against the city because she twisted her ankle in a holo in the sidewalk. The authorities reply that if she is a professional seer, she ought to have seen the hole, but that she will never see the. fifteen thousand dollars. A Pennsylvania woman deserted Terrible Accident to Three Men. Tne Miners Win. Frrrf BCB6B, Pa., .March 5. The miners at St. Ix)uis, Mo., March harson, tbjsWeuMMW&Vogel mines, at Wilkins- - a salesman, traveling-fer- , a number Irvw York firms, was found rdead in ,ia this burg:. Pa-- whs stnKk several days ago for moraine- at t.bi. T.SbA1I Numbers of people speak of tho lut? fclf eeebper bashel mthe utUe; partly. fjlleT with w.i '7 VSnlt popular and expressive word "crank" morpwt5 will return to work price was iouna ms as a slang expression. But it is a legittfee tfeniter kTtf gramtH tke twlieTed in hie room hnt it. i. m that 4tvb wwltl fiSJ a imate term found in the dictionary, Karate 4.-J- A Salcman Fonrt - 'j. Dieai in ohn Btf her husband and then brought suit against him. for failure to support her. And yet women think they are abridged in their rights. Philadelphia Press. 7. Charley aged seventeen, was instantly killed; Clem Bolton, his father, had his skull broken, and may die, and Thomas Shary, a neighbor, had one arm and two ribs broken by the fall of a tree the men were felling in Barbour County yesterday. Wheeling, W. Va., March Bolton, ef.iif, w, -- '., - with ita definition. CMcopa Timu. a Burglar. March G. Charles C. larple, a florist living in Gloucester, N. J., shot his daughter yesterday morning, mistaking her for a burglar. The wound is very serious. Miss Mary Marple, the victim, is a pretty and Intelligent girl, twenty years of age. Philadelphia, Mistook His Daughter for "Whatisthefirstthingvoii endcav' or to teach a young man when he goes to work in your store?" was the question asked of a successful Elmira (N. Y.) business-ma- n adayortwoago. "Well, the first thing that I endeavor to teach him," was the response, "is that he don't know any thing about tho business. He will then be willing to begin at the bottom and master the wholo trade in detail." There seems to bo considerable sense in the gentleman's remarks. Elmira Gazette. m A kindling wood factory at Mt. Tom, Mass., turns out ten thousand bundles a day tot rt"p trt tiTWnciftTlS sJTOt i UWV. VUG. 1J. IW Clt AJj uflieial . papers, and " yjsontotlyjja doesiEwhoaWeirIn its preparation S mma ,.. .... . . . 1 Ma fc tUUBLrUC ' "ia (iitLuiuiuuiiiiauir cot io?i 3ustina in sn.U3ogips or. them 4t'ia In which tbe Independence of the Exec- m&Ji ae followinslii-th-o mes- - uuve in xne matter ot removals from office fully sustained. . I think it will bo found Buoseiuont aisou-eion- s this que TO TXmkmmmm- .- P ey:rwa giincraiiy.il. not ofait times.. I Ftiico the jTIHHRsion prBiuon rwnaing to in row cnrt Trspart-men- ts of tho the d.ffenmt heads OT mi powpr or tho President brh?ST slatroTi. attached to tho Executivo branch of which furnishes evidence that to limit such the Government have been plied with vari- power It was supposed to be necessary to ous requests and demnnds from committees supplement the Constitution by such legisla of the Senate, from members of such com tion. The first enactment of this description was mittees, nnu at lust from Senate itself. requiring the transmission tie reasons for t passed under a stress of partisanship and of political bitterness which culminated in tho tho suspension of certain officials during the recess of that bode. r lor the napors President's impeachment. This law provided touching the conduct of such officials, or that the federal officers to which, it applied for all papers and documents relating to could only bo suspended during tffe recess of S'ich suspensions, or lor ll documents aud tho Senate, when shown bv evidence satispapers tiled in such departments in rela- factory to the President to be guilty of mistion to the management and conduct of the conduct Sn office, or crime, or when incapaoffices held by such suspended officials. Tho ble or disqualified to perform their duties, differout terms from time to time adopted in and that within twenty dujs of the next making thio rcqunts nnd demands, the or- meeting of the Senate It should be the duty der In which they succeeded each other, and of the President "to report to the Senate the fact that when made by tho fceuafe tho Buch suspension, with the evidence and resolution for that purpose wns passed fn ex- reason for his action in tho case." This ecutive session, have led to a presumption, statute, passed ln 1507. when Congress the correctness of which. I suppose will be was oterwbelmingly and Tjittcrly oppolitically candidly udmltted. that from llrst to lust the posed to the President, may be regarded as an indication information thus sought and the papers thus demanded were for ush by the Semite and Its that even then it was thought necessary by committees in considering the propriety of n Congress determined upon tbe subjugation of the Executive to legislative will to furnish the suspensions referred to Though these suspensions nre inv execuitself a law for that purpose instead of attive acts, based upon considerations ad- tempting to reach tbe object Intended bv an dressed to me alone, and for winch I am invocation of nny pretended constitutional wholly responsible. 1 havo had noinUtntion right. The law which thus found its way to our from the fcenate to state tho position which I have f It constraiue I to assume in relation stanite book was plain In Its terms, and Its to the samcortoiuterpret formysolf my acts intent needed no avowal. If valid nnd now ln operation, it would Justifv tho present or njpti es In the prcmies. In this erudition of affair" I have foroborno Senate and command the obedience of the addressing tho Senate uon the subject Iestl Executive to its demands. It may. however. 1 be might bo accused of sfngmyelf uu--j tne remarked n passiug, that .under this law, President has the p lvilege of presenting bidden upon the attention ot that body. T Hut tho renort of the Committee on tho to the body w hich assumed to review his exeJudlcinrj of the Senate, lately presented and cutive acts his reasous there or. Instead of b tng excluded from explanation or Judged published, which censures the Attorney-Gen-tra- i of the United Statts for his refusal to by papers fou' d in the department. Two years after the law or 1st-,- was passed, transmit certain papers relating to a suspension from office, and w hich also, if I correctly and within less than five weeks after tho inInterpret it. evinces a misapprehension ofthe auguration of a Pres dont tn poltical accord position of tho Executive upon the question with both branches of Congress, the sections of the of such suspensions, will, 1 nope. Justify this duringact regulating suspensions from office the recess of tho senate were entirel) communication. IThe President refers to the resolution of repealed, and In their place wero substituted papers and provisions which, instead of limiting tbo the Senate calling for the Dustin the reply of the Attorney-Genera- l thereto, causes or suspension to misconduct, crime, disability or disqualification, expressly perand says Upon this resolution and the answer there- mitted such suspension by the President "Ic his discretion," and comp.etely abandoned by the Committee to the issue is thus stated on the Judiciary nt the outset of the report: the requirement obliging him t" report to the "The Important question. then, Is whether it Senate "the evidence and reasons1' for his Is within the constitutional competence of actions. With these modifications, and with all cither House of Congress to have access to tbe official papers .nd documents in tho brunches of the Government in political harmony, and in the absence of partisan IncenMinous rubiic offices of the Lnitcd States tive to captious obstruction, the law as It was by laws enacted by themselves." I do not suppose that "the public offices of loft bj the amendment of lb9 was much less the United States" uro regulated or controli-- ! destructive ot executive discretion. And yet ed in their relations to either House of Con- - tne great general nnd patriotic citizen who. press bv the fact thnt they were "created by, on the 4th day or Mar h, lsi assumed the Jaw enacted by thimsclves." It mu-- t be thnt duties or Chief Executive, and for whose he.- instrumentalities wero created for the rreer administration or bis high offico the I ieit of the people and to answer tbo gen-- t most hateful restraints of thelawof l67were-o- n theoth day of April. ISO, removed, mindpurposes of Government under the con-s- i ful of his obligation to defend and protec; .iut.. and the laws, and that the are un- every prcrogat tool h.s great trust, and it i iu. red by any lien in favor of either thenyurj pubof I oagrcss growing Inn on. nnd unembarrassed out of their con-- t- lic sen ice in the continuedthreatened thetnese any obllgaoperation or by tn,u to iho Senate as to the pride of their statutes. een in their modified rorm. in hit complaint of the committee first message to Congress advised their re- , oreatlon. The.i.-n- l ...... . . peal, and set forth their unconstitutional ..i,n inrur. nccs is acnicd toe senate js met by the state- - character an J hurtful tendoncy. I am unnble UC U"" """ to or recommendation it been the. Senatothen-dlmf- S' Llion or ine micniion ot tne I'reslddlsposl forstate whether thesenot thishas since been rea repeal nt or peated. If of not, law s House. HoprescntntJvcs Thomas nnd Jack - nnv department of the the reason can probably it has Executive ou had a few words this morning oer a re- - b: neb of the Government to withhold from be found in the experience which 'emon-strate- d mark made in a srecch by Mr. Thomas. Tilings th, official documents or papers tiled tbe tact that the necessities or the polooked warlike for some time, but white in any of the public oBic&s. While it I by no litical situation but rarely developed their winged penco finally spread her wings over i menus conceded that tho Semite has the vicious character. the threatened battlefield, nnd all wasForeno. right in nnj case to review tho act of the And so it happens thnt after an existence .Mr uwens introduced his first bill this sesof nearly twenty years of nlmost innocuous Executive in removing or suspending pubsion, entitled: An act regulating the exemp- lic otneer upon oflic ai documents, or a desuetude, these laws are brought forth, apothertion of porsonnl property from execut'on, wise, it is considered that documents and parently the rt pealed as well as the unrt attachment, distress, for rent nnd fto bills In papers of that nature should, because thev pealed, and ut in the way of an Executlvn this Commonwealth The remninder of tho urv official, be freely transmitted to tbe Sen- who is willing, if permitted, to attempt an session was devoted to local bills. ate upon its demand, trusting tho use of the improvement in the methods of admmistra. FKANKrouT. 5. Senate Bills same for proper and legitimate purposes to tion. The constitutionality of theso laws is March by no means pnssed: Authorizing the Kovle County the good taith of that body. And, though no provisions oradmitted. But why should tho the repealed law. which re such paper or document has been specically Court to levy an od valorem tax to pay ordi nary expenses; to authorize tho trustees of demnnded in anyof tho numerous requests quired specific cause for suspension and a report to the Senate of "evidence and rea the oltyof Stanford to issuo bonds to pay off and demands made upon tbe deparrments.yet outstanding indebtedness, and buy street as oitei as they were found in the public sons," bo now, in effect, applied to the pros, lamps; the resolution to remove tho capitnl offices they have been furnished in answer to ent Executive instead of ti e law, afterward passed and unrepealed which distinctly per was made special order for next Fridny. It such applications mlt suspensions by the President "in hisdis. was favorably reported by the Committee on In ineieueroi tne Attorney-Generto tho resolution or the Senate In tho crction. and carefully omits the requireAppropriations; tbe Sennto did nothing of ment that "evidence and reasons for hi n importance, and adjourned nt half-paparticular case mentioned In the committee's report was written at my suggestion and by action in the cose" shall be reported to tho I o'clooW. my direction. Thee had been no official Senate? nousE. Mr. Bobbin offered the following The requests tbe documo'ts department resolution: "Whereas, It appears from reli- pnper or to the cae filed in his period speci- score Jhave lorand demands which by been nearly three months relating within tbo able Information whloh struck this Houso fied In the resolution The letter was In- presented to the different departm nts ol like a cold wavo from the fro?en zone of tended, by whatever may be thcil poverty that tho bottom of tho State Treasury documents Its description of the papers nnd the Government, one complexion. They as remaining In the custody of the form, hae but has been reached, and that our poor old sumo the r.ght of the .senate to sltinjudg. department, to convey the Idea thnt tboy puupcr mother can not pay nor dny laborers, were not official; and It was assumed that the ment upon the exercise of my cxclusivn nnd, whereas, 6ho protected us in our inresolution called for Information, paper and discretion and Executive function, for which fancy; therefore, be it resolved, that we will documents or tho enmo character, as were re- I am solely responsible to the people from not desert herin distress, but will continue quired by tho requests nnd demands which whom I have so lately received tho sacred to servo without compensation, and It that bad been trust of Constitution, my duty to will remain in session until tn precededor done Every thing tho Penato from fend th. office M oath to support and dethe on behalf or written autumnal Insects shall plaintively predict the beginning pointed chosen to all letters andtpaj ers who have great me to execute the powers our approaching fall." Tho first bill ln the of their offico and not to relinquish a private and unofficial nature as tbo obof order of the dny was an act to prohibit tho jects of scareh, if tbej were to be found in them, nnd my duty to the Chier JIagistracy sale of liquor in Cnrter County, which called which a torrent of oratory. Fmallv Mr. Mul- the departrj ts, and provided they bad been dignity I must preserve unimpaired to a 1 ita ' forth and ligan got the floor, nnd called attention to the presented to .ne Exccutve with a view to comply with vigor, compel me to refuse to theso demands. upon the question ot susoutrugcou" provisions of the bill. He said It their consideration pension from office. To the end that the service may be imr allowed a to bo convicted and Against the transmission of such papers proved the Senate is invited to the fullest fined without ever being arrested or have interposed my advico scrutiny or submitted to them "If wo pass this hill it will be the aud documents IThis has nnd direction. apex in the monument of our absurdities It not been done, as Is for public office, in rccogrrtroir t suggested in the committee's report, upon stliutional power of that body to ad'tse nnd will bo a solemn acknowledgment thntwearo Incapable- of taking enre of ourselves, much the assumption on my part thnt the Attorney consent to their appointment. I will coutinuc, les making inw for others. After hair nn General, or nny other head of a department, as I have thus far. done, to furnish, at the re- , is servant of the hour spent iu filibustering, the bill was passed or thethhold copies President, and is to give questI of the continuing body, all tho informa-w of documents in his office tion possess touching tho fitness of tbo and the House ndjourned. according to the will of the Executive aud nominees placed leforu them for their nction, not otherwise, but because I regard tbe pa- both when they are proposed to fill vacarcica Miscellaneous Items. pers nnd ot suspended tbe withheld and addressed Thkascrer Tate has notified Auditor to me ordocuments for my use and action and tako refusalplaco confirm 1 shall ofiic:. not asintended to Upon a Hewit that he could pay no more money on purel v unofficial and privnte.not Infrequently sume the right to ask the reasons for the confidential, and having reference to the action of tne Sennte, nor question Its dehis warrants. The cash in the treasury is thnt anything of lean exhausted, nnd those who have claims rerformance them a induty exclusively mine, termination,ulred tonot thinkworthy incumsecuro no proper sense as more is n. apainst the State must wait nntil some upon the flies of the department, but bents In public office than a careful and indethere for my conven- pendent dtscharg of our respective duties more comes in. The members of the Legis- ns deposited still Though ience, remnining under my lature have applied for their per diem, but control. 1 suppose if I completely tnko them within their well defined limits. bo better tbo aspropriety of suspensions might desired to my custody I might doso with entire sured if e nction of the President was sub-1ethey can not get it and will havo to wait into propriety, and if I saw fit to destroy them no review by the Semite, vet If tho Con to with the othors. one could complain. The papers and docu- stitution nnd the laws havo placed this reA post-offibeen established at ments that are now the objects of the Sen- sponsibility upon the Executive branch ofthe has divided nor pepresenta-itlonof Rennke, Harrison County, with J. X. ate's quest consist tholetters aad or intended s Government it should not berelinquished ,lo J& addressed to discretion which It involved Executirc present' Ki Renake postmaster. his Inspection; ,hsy are voluntarily it has been claimed thnt tho not to remove presented by privnto citizens, cutive, havinsr pledged himself Tumbler Bvkek, the colored preacher, who nre and lu the least instigated Ihcrr officials except for cause, tho fact of their not nnd his son George, who w ere in jnil nt uny official InvjMagBir at ail subJCWu suspension implies such misconduct on the hifl as control. WrTToome ofthem aro Danville several day charged with the official to Executive consideration, many en- partof a suspended official nnd it injures the reputation, of murder of Dan Lewis, also colored, have titled re to irrelevant, orln the light orother character and review the enso therefore for his vilidIthem Senate shou!l been declared not guilty. , facts so worthless, that they have not been cation. In I At llnrrodsburg Millie Kimble, nu old given the least weight are determining totho not.havo said that certain officials should'. my opinion, be removed during tbo re suplosed they in negro woman, while cooking, caught tire i question to which late- continuance of the term for which they were and was so badly burned she can not live. Are all these, simply because they nro pre-- appointed solely for tho purpose or putting I official documents in their plaeo those In polit'cnl affiliation Hugh Gailes, white, and Will Matthews, servec, to be considered and subject to the inspection of the Senate? with tho appointing power: and the declaracolored, wero playing with a pistol at If not. who Is to determine which belong to tion was Zciuiediately followed by a descriphls class? Are the motives day Frankfort, when it was discharged, the ball tiw Somite, ns thev are dnvwand purposes of tion or official partisanship which ought not-tdeveloned. entitle thoe m whom it was exhibited to enteriug Matthews' forehead, producing a such as would be satisfied with my selection? consideration. It Is not apparent how an ad- - , Am I to submit to theirs at the risk of being hcrence to tho curss thus announced car-- fatal wound. Thoy knew it wns loaded. charged with making a suspension from olhce ries with it the consequences described. It A neoko anil a revolver robbed Prof. t unon evidence wtucii was cm vycu consiu- - In any degreethesuggestion is worthy of consideration, it Is to bo hoped that there inay,, Kutzleb's residence at Louisville of JSOat firftil? be a defeusc against an unjust suspension in Are these papers to be regarded official high noon. they have not only been presented but tho Justice of the Executive. Every pledge which I have made by which A resolution of sympathy with Ireland ,Mi,.rv(.,l tn tho nubile offices? Their nature same, whether they a limitation uron my cxerclso was offered by Mr. Smith, of Hancock, in andchnracter remain the jiansiou or aepos-itc- d I have placed power has been faithfully reof Extfcutlvo are kept In .he Executive is no mystethe Houso a few days ago. Sn the departments. There deemed. Of course tho pretense Is not put In departmentor forth that no mistakes nave been committed; E. H. McPherson, aged thirtv-nine- , of rious j" rer nortransmutation custody, is there magic In the undebut not a suspension has been made except it al Covington, ended a long courso of ino- -' fined and sacred solemnity or department appeared to my satisfaction that tho public thereby. Many Vrnt,n111n the welfare would mJk jci-liA j Vti mittmhina ouibiug a xau3iur;) tiles. If the presenco of these pnpers inway applications be improvedhave been denied uji tuui uuiuu f ntttilA for suspension public offices is a stumbling block in the Ind. Formerly a Colonel in the U. S. A. of Senatorial duty it can nnd the adherence to the rule laid down to of tbo performance govern my actions as to such suspensions A Hardin Cocntt damsel has sued a be essily removed. imThe papers Presbyterian minister for $'20,000 damages been described nnd documents which have havo caused much of Irritation and inofficial character patience on the part those who have derive no statutory or other sisted upon more changes in the offices. to her affections. The minister, alter frmn to Tho pledges 1 have made were mado to the promising to marry the young lady, ' requirements making tbm people and to them I am responsible for the changed his mind and married another. manner In which they have been redeemed. Executive. I not be denied, I suppose, that tho I am not rosponslblo to the Senate, nnd lam.' It wi may suspend a public officer in tbe unwilling Covington has a religious revival, the to submit my actions and official President outcome of Sam Jones' labors in Cincin- entire absence of any papers or documents to conduct to them for judgment. There are no discrimination. grounds for an allegation that the fear of be- of tbe evangelical aid his official Judgment and avow that nati. In one-hathe lug found false to my professions influences am services held nightly are largely And I are quite prepared to churches from not few in which suspensions repre- me in declining to submit to the demands of cases attended. tho Sennte. I hnvonotconstantlyrefusedto offico have depended more upon moral the dissentations made to Joun "W. Green, for the murder of John good repute and by me bv clraens or known suspend officials, and thus incurred willfully or the House of pleasure of political friends and received a sentence of eleven Representatives andmembers of the United broken faith with the people for tho sake of Marshall, Senators years from Georgetown. Etatcs than upon any letters and 1 documents being false to them. have nor my examination. Neither tho discontent of Senator Feland offered a joint resolu- presented forIn suspecting the veracity, not- the allurements constantlyparty friends con-- t lnoffered of providing for an adjourn- felt Justified tion recently flrmntlons of appointees, conditioned upon ment of the General Assembly on All Fools' L ing their representations, because they were the avowal that suspensions have been made itj proui on party grounds alone, nor the threat SenJMy. It may be remarked, says the not In party aiiiuauon wim iiw posed in the resolutions now before tbe o? ! Couritrournal, that Senator Feland is ate, that no confirmations will be made unnot a jester, but a man of raro discrimlna. ' members identified politically "h " ma- - less the demands f that body be complied t 1m tkft IkAtintA with, nre sufficient to discourage or deter mo lAaJn Hon and a judge of the fitness of things. AVhile. therefore. I am constrained to deny from following in tbo way which 1 am con- George Overman, an old pioneer of Cov- the rights of the Senate to papers and docu- vinced leads to better government for the , Giiovrr Cleveland. ments described, eo far as the right to the people. ington, is dead. that they are in Mansion, Washington, D. C, ilarch 4 upon tbe The Democrats of Woodford County Mino is based subjectcla'm V am also led Executive official, 1.186C any view ot the nominated J. W. Gillespie, county judge;' unequivocally to dispute the right of the The Boston Pos thinks that the tenSenate. Dy me a.u ot any omk tbe Judicial Stout,-sheriff- ; D. K. Shipp, juuer, R.H. nr in,r nvTrnTBvethrOUh to . assessor, D. O. Harris; circuit clerk, I r review dency of women to speak of the ballot .imuir.,miQt. Bailey; county clerk, John S. Moore. or reverse the act of the Executive In the as though it wero an improyed kind of usDenalon during the rooeMO tteoenateof broomstick is calculated to mak th o er-Vcfinnl offldala. . I believe tM "! -- . t ' M ntrvooB. m -ma3g-mectinf Cir-ouSenu-torAIforKco-nom- ic Fhankfout. March I. Senate. BfU passed: Incorporating- tho Ohio Vallos Telephone Company. jGlvIng sheriffs vifid two y ears further timo to collect FLvltip the taices and tee bill. boundary Uno between Hart and Larue Counties. To permit Garrard County to issue bonds for certain purposes To provide for funding of tho debt of Harrison County. For tho government of and political conventions in Kenton County. Green to erect and main- eiecinc ims. Amcndlllir o;"-Ji3smevii rtrtutlncta-Drli- ; leges or policemen preventing them it discussing- mo merits oi candidates omce. House. Rills passed To provide for holding two additional terms of tho Christian it Court. To provide for registration of voters in tho city of Lexington To amend nn act entitled ,fAn act to regulate the pay of Commonwealth witnesses in felony cases and regulutlng tho munner of claiming attendance." To incorporate tho Trainers and Breeders' Association of Mason County, fcen-at- o bill Incorporating the Peoples Hank of Fulton. Senate Bill toincorporate Frankfort Wntcr Company. For tho benellt ot Stony Point and Seamansvillo Turnpike road in Bourbon County. To incorporate tho Lexington Industrial School. To prohibit tbo snlo of spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in the county of Larue. FRANKronT, March 2. Sevvte. nill passed: Incorporating tho Hartford Railroad Company; House bill gtvmg the sherltr of Letcher County until the first Monday iu May to execute his official bon'; Houso bill amending nn act to establish the county of Knott; House bill amending on net apportioning the State Into congressional districts, by putting Knott County into the Tenth District, for the benefit of Common School District No 37, in Iloyd County; to regulate continuances In criminal nnd penal cases. of Lexington, asked leaie to introduce a bill to provido for the reinoxnloi the State Capital from Frankfort. House. The bill Incorporating the Heating Company, of Louisvilie.gUIng it the exclusive right to soil ana vend natural gas for ten ears In tho city of Louisville wh reported The company w anted thirty years but the committee reported in tnvor of only-teThe Hewitt revenue bill was then reported by tho committee and an attempt wns made to postpone Its consideration till next week, but enough dilatory motions were mode to prevent a vote Until the hour of adjournment arrived. It comes up as unfinished business. Fit oki-out- , 3. March SrvvrE. Bills passed: Incorporating the Illinois and Hridge Company; to prohibit the sale of intoxicating llipiors In Larue County; prohibiting tho sale of Intoxicating liquors within one mile of Park, In Barren County HorsK. IUUs introduced- - Amending section Id, article 1, of chapter til of general statutes, so that Jailers inny be compensated lor the fuel necessary for prison purposes; giving tho County and Circuit Court Clerks the further time of two vears to collect their fee bills; to require railroad compun'es to have and keep recorded ln each county the name of its chief officer or agent in thnt cgun-ty- , upon which summons may be served. FrtAMcroRT.MarrlM -- sfnate -- Mr Gilbt rt called uj a Joiut resolution from tho Committee on Hanks and Insurance, calling for information from the Governor nstowhethcr they make monthly reports, hs required bv law. It wu adopted The Senate took up and passed the bill giving then years ten further timet shenffc and to collect taxes and tee bill. Tho report ofthe state Geologi.t was presented nnd referred to the Committee nn Vnhlin Fviu.ii. ditures Mr. Felnnd offered a Joint rcsolu i lion looking to a final adjournment on ,pni .mt. nr mis to suneml the rulc uiiilJjita uu.,resolution tLu MMulMiJfMiwiiriHitrarl i . i. i. h lon-stnbl- Proceedings of the IgUIatnrcJ., Office? toF mansions From J w Washington, March; 1. "The President (ent a special message the Senate ln JTCgttSU IU l "wfw .n ujiurs, IU t papers ro- which ho takes the rjpud to-da- y Resident alone by tho Constitution, which. In express terms provides that "the executive power shall bo vested ln a President of the United States of America," nnd that "he shall take care that the laws b faithfully executed." The Senate oolongs to the legislative branch or the Government, When tho Constitution-b- y express provision, superadded to its legis lative duties the right to advise and consent to appointments to oihee and to sit as a court of Impeachment, it conferred unon that body all the control and regulation of executive action supposed to be necessary for I he safety or the poople, and this express and specal rant of such extraordinary powers, not In any way related to or growing out of general Senatorial duty, and ln itself a departure from the general plnuof our Government, should be held under a familiar maxim at conructlou to exclude every other right of inteiterence with Kceutive functions. in the first Congs which ass tabled after mo auopuonor jfie Constitution, comprlaim" - m. friJt r . Crw sr jU TS C?i-- yt) tr cn-nte- d 1 - i i , "" ""'M'0"0 .i.. - 8fs 1 1 st 0 a pt-opl- hotel-keepe- sum-mone- .C i i t"-- ct ce illgjlll - wimOT yss o be-cau-so .X' c"7 lf i"1-- ' t.i KOTOW "-j- VivK ;- - 3 1 ., I ma , -- t? M- - 1M C fr '& 'ij 4 si fc to--' .&; Wi Ai Ss-J" J&i gdggg if "flfh r .SSx vtvj"T-- " ,r vr l f jr raging and swift than that flame of consuming reputation bluing across the vilBlffhUi Sermon of tho Series on the lage or citr. P lntb9 Thoseof"uswhowbroaSht Marriage Ring-. TAEttAGE'S SEIJjION. Hotel Ih nBoardloc llouae Home Life True Realization or the Family BfdHtlon Impoitlble Kxcept tinder tUe Home Roof. Ring" "series, Rev. T. DeTTltt Talrnage draw k strong picture or contrasts between life, the hotel and boarding-hous- e so common, and that of life under the home roof. The text was: And brought hlnito an Inn. and took care of him. And on the morrow, when he departed. hi took out two pence and zave them to the host, and said unto htm. " Take tare of him. and whatsoever thou spcndost more, when I come again I will repay ttice." now-gettin- In his seventh discourse of the "Marriage upon travelers, and had put the injured man into the saddle, while this merciful and man had walked till they got to the hotel and tho wouuded man was put to bed and cared for. It must have been a very smperior hotel in its accommodations, for, though in the country, the landlord was paid at the rate of what in our country would be four or five dollars a day, a penny being then a day's wages, and the two pennies paid in this case about two days' wages. Moreover, it was one of those landlords who are wrapped up in the happines of their guests, because the good Samaritan leaves the poor wounded fallow to his entire care, promising that when he came that way ngain he would pay all the bills until the invalid got well. Motels are necmsi-TieIn very ancient times they were unknown,, because the world had comparatfew inhabitants, who were not ive!much given to travel, and private hospitality met all the wants of sojourners; as when Abraham rushed out at Mature to invite the three men to sit down to a dinner of real; as when Ljrdia urged the apostles to accept of her home: as when the people were positively commanded to be given to hospitality; as in many of the places in the East these ancient customs are practiced But we have now hotels presided over by good landlords, and boarding-house- s presided over by excellent host or hostess, in all neighbor-- " hoods, villages and cities, and it is our congratulation that those of our land surpass all other lands. They rightly become the permanent residences "lof many people, such as those who are without families, such as those whose business keeps them migratory, such as those who ought not, for various reasons of health or peculiarity of circumstances, take upon themselves the cares of housekeeping. Many a man falling sick in one of theso boarding-house- s or hotels has been kindly watched and nursed, and by the memorr of her own sufferings and losses the lady at the head of such a house ha; done all that a mother could do for a sick child, and the slunibarless eye of God sees and sacrifices in behalf of the stranger. Among the most marvelous cases of patience and Christian fidelty are many of those who keep boarding-houseenduring without resentment the unreasonable demands of their guests for ve food and attentions for which they are not willing to pay an equivalent a lot of cranky men and women who are not worthy to tie the shoo of their queenly caterer. The outrageous way in which boarders sometimes act to their landlords and landladies show that these critical guests had bad early rearing, and that, in the making up of their natures, nil that con titute the gentleman and lady were left out. Some of the most princely men and some of the most elegant women that I know of keep hotels and well-to-d- o kind-hearte- Lake s,34 andSS. This i the good Samaritan paying the otel bill of a man who bad been robbed and almost killed by bandit. The good Samaritan had found the unfortunate on a lonely, rocky road, where to this very day depredations are sometimes committed d s. to-da- s, ex-pe- to-d- boarding-h- ouses. to 1 - " r -- taken apartments, that they may have more freedom from domestic duties and more time for social life, and because they like the whirl of publicity better than the quiet and privacy of a residence they can call their own. The lawful use of these hotels and boarding-house- s is for most people while they are in transitu, bat as a terminus they are in many cases demoralization, utter and complete. That is the point at which families innumerable have begun to disintegrate. There never has been a time when so many families, healthy and abundantly able to support and direct homes of their own, have struck tent and taken permanent abode in these publlo establishments. It is an evil wide as Christendom, and by voice and through the newspaper press I utter warning and burning protest, and ask Almighty God to bless the word, whether in the hearing or reading. " In these public caravansaries the de- xnon of goatip is apt to get full sway. All the boarders run daily the gantlet of general inspection how they look whin they come down in the morning and when they get in at night, and what they do for a living, and who they receive as guests in their rooms, and what they wearand what they do not wear.and how they eat and what they eat, and how much they eat and how little they eat. ' If a man proposes in such a place to be isolated and reticent and alone, they will begin to guess about him. Who is he? Where did he come from? How long is he going sto stay? Has he paid his board? How much does he pay? Per- haps he has committed some crime, and does not want to be known; there must be something wrong about him or he "would speak. The whole house goes into the detective business. They must find out about.him. They must find out about him right away. If he leave his door unlocked by accident he will find that his rooms have been trunJjexpIored, his letters folded differently from the way they were folded when he put them away. Who is he? is the question asked with intenser interest until the subject has be come a monomania. The simple fact is, that he is nobody in particular, but minds his own business. The best landlords and landladies can not sometimes hinder their places from becoming a pandemonium of whispers, and reputations are torn to tatters, and evil suspicions are aroused and scandals started, and the parliaqynt of the family Is blown to atoms by some Guy Fawkes who was not caught in time, as was his English predecessor of reputation. The reason is, that while in private homes families hare so much to keep them busy, in these promiscuous and multitudinous residences there are so many who havi nothing to do, and that always makes mischief. They gather in each other's rooas and spend hours in consultation about others. If they had to walk a half mile before they got to the willing ear of some listener to detraction, they would get out of breath before reaching there, and not tW In full glow of animosity or slander, sr might because of the distance, not go at afl. But rooms 30, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are ob the same corridor, and when one carries crow goes "caw caw 1" all the other Mr it and flock together over the same gun-powde1 -- But one of the great evils of this day is found in the fact that a large population of our towns and cities are giving up, and have given up their homes and r . iag, and it has to be told all over again, each carries a spark arm the altar of Gab to some other circle. Wtttl from the ooal hearer in the cellar tcU .. f vw n tmrn garret, au aware" 'thVdefaaattea, aai that Taltoa1 al wha leave the itiuwlltWu. m m veaer mnbmJ tSowB and let me tellvou all about it." Amd the first guffaw increases the gmth- - "Oh, I Bare heard something rich I Sit ud as they separate lkautllaiukju.iL. aew, -- ? "" ' ft , family relation becauso of his entertain THE COURSE OF Another Life Saved. TRUE LOVE. HYDROPHOBIA. ment of Jacob, and to Lot in his rescue About two VPM n a nmminanf Mtftan & from the destroyed city because of his en0f Chicago was told by his physicians that f uterestlng Facts Concerulos the Victims MANUFACTURERS OF uu juuamiu. i no v saia nis system was so to Mary and or tne .uawdy at tertainment of the angels, and Martha and Zaccheus in spiritual blessing There wcro according to Dr. Dujardin- - SfAttMTftanth2riiraf mind to trv to up a hatchbecause they entertained Christ, and to country know thatthe Bcaumetz, 19 deaths from hydrophobia "now departure." Ho got somo of i)r. required four Publins in the Island of Melita in the healing of eggS in the Medicnr Discovery" and in Paris lat rcar- -a number higher took, it according: to dJ airections. Ho began , or five wes of brooding, but there are ing of his father, because of the entertainUjan in previous years; to improve at once. Ho kept up tho treat- new modes of batching by machinery, ment of Paul, drenched from th? shipa well ai ior somo monias .ana is y dogs destro ed was also number of which take less tlae and do the work in wreck, and of innumerable houses through'man. Ho says tho "Discovery" bAvedhis HI persons, home out Christendom upon which have como of jjfe. hichor, viz., .,060. Of these wholesale. So, while the private may brood Into life an occasional falsity blessings from generation to generation The 15 were males and 4 females. and take a long time to do it, many of the becauso their doors swung easily opun in is blind. see an youngest was a little girl 5 2 years; n Tub cockneybefore his Ho can not ChroniI A FAMILT JIEDICIXE THAT even if itis boarding-house- s HIS HEALED LFitUbvroh and family hotels afford the enlarging, ennobling, irradiatiug uid the oldest, a man of 63. The time of cle. MILUOAS DCr.150 35 IEAKS! a swifter and moremoltituatnoas sty of divine grace of hospitality. 19 mouths (m incubation varied from moral incubation, and one old gossip will I do not know what your experience has the case of a young man ( of L'O) to 29 Itnslnrns 3Ieru get off the nest after one hour's brooding, been, but I have had men and women Tho business man. nrnrticnl in nil tMnc days (a child o"f 11). In only one ease He3 after her, visiting at my house who left a benedicclucking a flock of thirty .uP You jeH' tie dm r.- - does not caro to loso bleep nt night, that oi each one picking up its little worm of juicy tion on every room in the blessing they ob awn fence posts, net nex' pig to one was IU15 mm amime lillV uiimiowh. of to her ' an' chiding that the exceptional x BAior ron Evcnr ttocxd of GUARANTEED regalement. asked at the table, in the prayer they of- mi' mnko lub to her." ! 19 months, an average ot about J months 31JLS A3T JHZAST t Sweet Gum and Mullein.nhich willprevent It Is no advantage to hear too much fered at tho family altar, in the good ad: ... . ' !. i f invimnuiuu. - i is arnu'u ..u ui uiu uiuu ui iiinlllinlK.il - 5"AB$OV.JTEU?-;anu wuii uuu I'uruuuugus, corns it- cousump- about your neighbors, for your time will vice thoy gave the children, in the As to duration of Uie disease, the ex- tion. Ask your druggist for The Oldest & Best Liniment GAVE IT UP. he so much occupied in taking care of their that looked out from every linea treme limits were 1 day and S day. EVEK SIADE IN AilEIlICA. on mr anybody: faults that you will hare no time to look ment of their countenances; and their A an Western blizzard blow off a Dead or AMtp; the Will of .Tohhlns were mule s tail It didn't dare to tackle his avcrage3 dav. In no after your own. And while you are pullwas the sword of bereavoment. W. 0-- BURGESS, Agt., Could Not He Uroken. the lower limbs bitten. In 12 eases out heels. -- Detroit Free Prat. SALES LARGER THAN EVER, ing tho chickweed out of their garden yours The Queen of Norway, Sweden and Den 8 and 9 Public Landing, - CINCINNATI, Mr. Jobbins' mother-in-lahnd died and of 18, the upper members were bitten, get all overgrown with will mark had a royal cup of ten curves or Tho Mexican Mnstant? Tlnlmm. especially tho hand (9 times out of 12), been known r moro than tutrty-flv? nd mullein stalks. lips, each one having on it tho narur in her will had almoat entirt!, left the years as tlie wrist twice; in 6 other cases it was or all Liniments, oi fnmily out in the cold. Mr J.wanverv tho One of the worst damages that comes of the distinguished person who had Man and Bcnst. its 6ales timeVjand the skull (once) are n?3 rom the herding or s mny people iuto drank from It. And that cup which wo uaturally opposed to Mich treatment, and the face (5attacked. larcer than evr. It cuir.s wh.n n in 17 ca'-that were others fail, ami penetrates skin, tendon family hotels is in offer to others in Christian hospitality, forthwith cotiMiilted a lawyer. and IS, the bite wa- - that of a dog, in i.nn muscie. to mo very bone. Soldi nicted upon children. It is only another though it be of the plainest earthenwnro, "Haven't we some claims on her estate?'' of the tcyurywiiure. the remaininjr eae, it was a cat. It TRADE yn MARK. vray of bringing them up on the commons. is a royal cup, and God can read on all iti tic nbked, after stating the case. i will be noted that the Matistics relate While you have your own private house sides the names of those who have taken "Undoubtedly." replied the lawyer. jMEKDS EVERYTHING X. onlv to deaths from hydrophobia. jrif you can, for the most part, control their from it refreshment. n3 "Can't we get our share, then'.'" Y. "Post. companionship and their whereabouts; But all this is impossible unless you have U.irtftfWvifcJbiUai U3 AiUilt kvua bs "I diould say you could."' vwm ' 7pir,'i . . but. by twelve years of age, in those pub- ... aI.i a home of your own. ih "Well how nre we going to do if" The immense quant ty of peanuts 7 lic resorts, they will have picked up all the .M jr. cast Ata rtar nnionntetl to m er It is tho delusion ns to what is necessary "There's onlv one wnv that I can see." South America and m Town in Africa. bad things that can ba furnished by the for a home that hinders so manv from esAbsolut rlii ' "What's thnt?" our own Southern State, afford not only Jrre from Opiates, J:r.ctics and l'olson. prurient minds of dozens of people. They tablishing one. Tuirty rooms are not nec"Break the old lady's will, of course." Aim 'er tan int. Avrcrcei a pleasant article of food but averv Jobbint wliook his hend. TWO GOLD MEDALS. will overhear blasphemies and see quaressary, uui twenty, i J'ftecn, nor ton, .V s Oi'nr,lwS. large source of oil production, fife CirV75RriSl Tsmln. lM. "Ain't there no other way?" he aoked. rels, and get precocioas in sin, and what nor five, noi xsirpe. WORLD RENOVNED Pronounced Stronl 0!ae known f?i221Jll'fSSr kml dealer SfiPlntxllJc.pos'JSa to fifty per a n n" teed contain from forty-liv- e "Not that I am aware of." tho not tell them, the In the right av plant does ible, and I 'rutjlewii t'ULE by mail. Pinfiii", ta in! colorless, bland, 'fixed "Wc might as well givo it up then ns a cent, of nearly porter or hostler or will. Besides couch, and knife, and fork, mid a cup, &mr oil, not unlike olive oil, and Used for that, the children will go out Into this and a chair, and you can raise u. young bad job." the tiiimrs i.ini.iirH ronoTtnnnnsn. ; "Whvso? Wills have been broken U it . a oil, similar purjo-e-world without the restraining, anchoring. paradise. Just start a home, on ho'tver and ngain." which changes but little by ipostire to . W steadying and all controlling mwnory of small a s?ale, and it will grov. l. .iin-l... iiiti-- , 1... iiiju. iim if in..mv uin the air, and remains fluid even at sev0 a home. From that some When King Cyrus was invi'o tr ilnm That woman lived with tne lor eral degrees colder than thirty-tw- o debeen bleseHBKahmemi with an humlile friud, the Kin; tnndn ten tear, ami nobody ier broke it while grees, Fah. A very great iunntity of It grrfZSBPighty j'miiI unelives the one condition of his coming th.it the she nuh alive, and I've had enough cxperi to, sj We know t pcatlemsn in thl county soap is manufactured from this kind of .. ttHif hiui back from doors into o long-only dish be one loaf of bread, and tho enrc not to want to tackle it even alttr oil; indeed, taonths ago. wis almoet a boples crlpplo tro-- aa Per Month, some of the finest toilet which he otherwise would enter It smites most imperial satisfactions have noma 'she's dead. ; your tend around soaps imported from France are of this him with contrition in the very midst of times banqueted on the plainost fare. bill." 2lvrcha.nl Traveler. icrotatba room, ujed erntebca, and said hlmsel that material. j'. 1". Tribune. be h4 little If sr Uope of ever recovering Wetaw his dissipations. Do not bo caught in thedelusion of many On the EASY PAYEEEXT PLAJf. nlmln Would Not Come Out. As the fish already surrounded by the thousands in postponing a home until they SsrVJES KSS&3i&&,iT,WiatAttt r-STYLES adapted to all TJsen ejlrita. anT otbtr man. iad in the finest beallh and long, wide net swan out to ea, thinking cau have an expensive one. That idea i t vywi,-- .; . si.... Pis month, alter election. Officer wild An accomplished friend of mine has CJ. a,. Upon onrlnqniiy as to what bad worked Buch a woo at PRICES RANGING from THE cnEAT-.GSthey can go as far as they please, and w ith tho devil's trap that catches- - men and find been elected by a handsome majority his oun E Pfc catalogue which is his derf ol change la his condition, ho replied that S.S8 ' bad eared bio. After ntinc a dozen and bot gay toss of silvery scale they defy the women innumerable who will never bavn (to frieud) No, I don't the office. "peisoual indi'" to il'csi statements tics, he hae beeatmnefonnedfrumaml'eraMe cr1pr' sportsmen on the beach, and after a while any home at all. Capitalists of America, Why. feir, it cost so much to get it that the which lie has thought important enough U Ccco wber than Mr toabappv.beauari. an. lis e a Cures Rheumatism, Nruralnla. E.B.Lambert-"-iyir3iiF Teltphone. the fishermen begin to draw in the net, build plain homes for the people Let this sain rv hardly covers the It consists of more exjwiihe. No, sir, to note in this way. lllckr. lir.U.bf, To.ltlrbr, J37Lar(t!lJntniidi a'a'prnewlth prices and fill Treatise onBbod and Skin DIf aes tnaileJ trre. hand over hand and hand over hand, and teiiement-hous- e alphabet-ical- h than ten thousand system, in which hunpani uIj. mailed free. ' 9 I ; I'ltH Tne Swrrr Ertcino Co., Draper 3. Atlanta, Oi. ClFTl 0 it is a long while before the captured dred-, of thousands of the people of our no more of it for me. VT UWOMsTH (Ml KFAI1.KS. arranged, referring to as many as r 1ST W. CM ElrteS Y THE CHARLIE A VOUI.LLR rnend Then jou 'nil not bo a candi- ten thousand different topics, ami "telD. THE MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS feel the net, and then they cities are wallowing in the mire, be fins begin to broken and FORCOUCHS, CROUP AMD Atertbe mosthacajn cni!nallo-- the cooiparlsoaa dart this way and that, hoping to get up by small homes, where people cau have date for re election. rtr3 ling whero these topics are handled. Wondcrlul. 6 proved Official No, I won't. out, but find themselves approaching the their own firesides and their own altar. This seems a very large index. Hut if, Tttr. lrld:f or C0NSUMP7I0H USE Pnend I want to know positively. MADE, shore and are brought up to the very feet In this great continent there - room TlMon wa. . Oflicial I've told von, but why do vou in the reading of evt 'V day he made itiuu t f ii 'u Ik"-U'AK1SO Titr ln.f g n" of the captors, so the memory of an early enough for every man and woman to have auk onlv four such notes ai.d put them in ,t rFAM BM!ft' four tmttl-home sometimes seems to relax und let a home. Morals and civilisation and reI'neud AVell, I thought that il you de- their places, which would cost him per- I ly'e t ii. Iiim, men out further and further from God, and ligion demnnd it. haps two minutes dailv, he would hav e clined to come out I would run lor the t') the Cef foil or Aardri Itwil On?an - Amcriran illn.Enropean. at g) from shore five years, further and further London, an alphabetical index of fourteen thou - r.wUMi ha a,u We want done all over this land what inallnre"- .n FxV tli? j . A acd tho 11 lout ST KOZOBS Mall ten years, twenty years, thirty years.; but George I'eabody mid Lady Ilurdctt-Coutt- s Official Let me nee you a moment. sand tonics in ten Ev- - cvi n" thr nt" r'ls ears. Edward Wjruis Lablblt.uas Jortbepatl gre (AYFEVEf ijj. mh-- r I bad tried some day they find an irresistible mesh did in England, and somo of tho large (L uda him to one side.) It's this way crdt Hah, in the I'hnntauquan. remedial nn mr "YEARS. mv with me I don t wnnt to run, drawing them back, and they arc com- manufacturers kct J A liip. w of this countrv have friends are niter me to come out.butWell, N Hii;hStret,Colotn XV send yoar name and address for Catalocue and VCI pelled to retreat from Iheir prodigahty done for the villages and cities, in buildEx Gov. Orzs Bowir, of Mnrj'land, frays bci.0. . Traveler. m and wandering, and though they make ing small houses at cheap rents, so that 1 neo vou again. 1 wan ai3lctrd with MASO:i & KAUUN QR6AN AND PIAHO CO.. that Hi. Jacobs Oil i a marvelous eatwrh nr.d O'ld u desperate effort to escape, the impression, the middle classes can have separate Prof. Grothe, Brooklyn Board of Health, bead I tsTABLinrD liiJ 1 OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN. n nf d whlrh and try to dive deeper down in sin, after homes. ii. They are tho only class BOSTON. ltlTrtmoctSt. CHICAGO, HaWatashA. says Rei Star Cough Cure is trvo from Crra-Bain theparne naaio i TbeSeetGnnfromatrecof awhile are brought clear back and held not provided for. The rich liuve their - II Ilit KE"W YORK, 46 Zast 14th Et, (Unica Sre. Twenty-fiv- o opiates and highly efficacious-In th South. Combined with a tea znado luaii, Drntltt, llurdea HAY-FSVE- R upon the Hock of Ages. rota theMnlleinplnntof Ibeoldflpkls. Torsalo palaces, and the poor havo their cents. J. lun,K br nil dmirdsu at Scents nwl Ji per bottle. If it be possible, O father and mother, asreean.c o Apar lc'eisppHetlTn- - aitt'iand criminals have their jails; but WALTU A. TAYLOII. .Vtl.1i.t0. o. oe ITut'iK ni'ljuuii-- J I'rugitl.ii Send' fy jr let your sons and daughters go out into what about tho honest middle clases who t iSi Tne LI mnt go. Every little circular LL IWOTIU lis DniKSUie, uwegu. 5i & .2 - - t. ss ntK : while nMx hundred dollarclerk Is mistaken the world under the are able and willing to work and yet have t? UE 2 for an memory of a good, pure home. About small incomes? Let the capitalists--, in- waiter. .Vinne iV fYTJTiQ3. 'tA ,V ajiolit Tribune. m a v &1 K l!?1 your two or three rooms in a boarding-hous- e spired of God and pure patriotism, i tre or a family hotel you can cast no and build whole atreets of small rei-- j "We will Ornish duplicates v, rrnllty, thy Name In Woman." PjSrvf4 ifcsa tfev vamA Ksi u-- s such glorious sanctity. They will think deuces. The laborer may have, at the UanttU A BONANZA tvlthotit wTltlnrfsorOiir Catnlopne. Our cfiixvn CTT'X'CI orasr otScr That she is frail, o ten in body, of these public caravansaries as an early cloo of the day, to walk or ride further For good Aqents. Cutsbown in , pricen DKFV CXmWETlTlOX. nnd vrcd"'Tlstrur.'tla tpio'll a pity. ? stopping place, malodorouswith old victe JLT Book, ct belor fur And pity 'tis, 'tis tru..." than is desirable to reach it, but n lie ure NEW, PVIPfSirPRV, m:i,UUI.C a. v"-quoted prices for some. uals, coffees perpetually steaming, and gets to his destination m the eventide, h Dr. Pierre's "Favorite Prescription" is Cnaloiriie, inVnluuble m nil, E"r5P "wfiA VS Nf . It. IIKT.V(0., o7l3(;imircH,iVic!iid:nsI'la!its, Li hi u a u a ;. n thobebt rotorntivo tonic for phyMcnl frniltv ' meats in everlasting stew or broil, the will find something worthy of heme called A. H. KeQcgg Kewspap et Co- i - IO MUf'a I'nilts, nntTrrirr list, TrlitrfUHt illustra. - reel. in women, or female weaknesses or Eif surcharged with carbonic acid, and by that glorious, and impassioned, and l i .RK u, air ' Why. it am vou lioa. TjCut bear fruiu jou. By lruggist. Prico reduced luy darlin Mary ' EUctrcTvt"" and corridors along which drunken boarders d THE NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS word, "'home." s Sebber mine apiienranie nn' pig. IH'V to one dollar. THFlTORRS & HARRItmOS. 1, d'ptib.i acting nnu and ft tn pan come staggering at one o'clock in the Young married man, as soon as you can, won't do no harm, I reckon. Ltuht, 177 & 179 ElirGlrcet,: rA.lXVSXTl.hC, LAKE CO., OHIO. tm ,trwJzv-..- " ; .""lu.ri: f..,ri gi;SjI ai..r.-- tIiiniJoii:e. lj " morning, rapping at the door till the afI buy a place, even if you have to put on it "BcrrALOEs are bred in Kansas" it is Raid. !T" y Jf?5 1 ti. Hands and i tbe be frighted wife lets them in. Do not be a mortgage reaching from bas to capTie are mat elsewhere. Jloton Pott. zcyTt'VTiisK?; I,. struii I uequaliKl for He Can't et It. "r. J" J- - guilty of the sacrilege or blasphemy of stone. The d mortgaged which -,' tun all oti. r in rajffSi H ! Br9ii ' Abe'lum,1' eaul an Arkntifow- man to We can not renew youth, hut wo can jirrv. in-calling such a place a home. l appearance. If N'L)iJu!vrKJVsJ!.BHH is rnin to a reckless man, to one prudent vent gray hair by using liall's IJnir his boii tho other day. "I want vcr Mueir dealer does noO.OOSJ .CRES of Cbc:-- o Harrtwcod go A home is four walls inclosing one famt5lJcrnxanAMbmiit.'arcneTerakitoirirau- t-and provident is the beginning of a com- rp tbem write to us 1'nrmlnjr Ianfls for bal on EASY TKKKS to 5"a'effiae--rLrfUi tKlvz'iui ssiLaiwwAtt.- . ily with identity of interest, and a petency and a fortune, for the reason he ter Luh an' git a eddication." ACTUAL SETTLEfiS. SXTIUVOnDIMAItY ln- Ayer's Pills nro a ia!)IeEip;eaiiCUCnrcs'wacroa;ioua;rajiu. tliu rated cata'cgne. remedv OsVfc v osrij fur NO 11 TtMem:.ftccJHWHw,',t. privacy from outside inspiction so comi ,"i1TtiI (J UVOH II HEA'Y, Chicago, I1U aucemrnta otrerLirticu- DHOUCHTS o CY"Did yew git a eddication when yew was for headaches, caused by a disordered - raa will not be satisfied until he has paid it olf, nunq. LLUNiiS! mu rjsi SVhm linTl FOHIFFSI S. fit. llnl, Minn t i stomach. jarM.wunpooaiuap. rir.c e rj mo Wt?J toj" plete that it is a world in itself, no one enia tqA tJ fn? and all the household are put on stringent a boy, pap?" fili 55 Ad rea C. L. COLEV. & S.i fi k stfl rnm n tering except by permission; bolted nud economies until then. Iind CoTnmlft8ionp r uAn AAtp.ti Deny your-- j "Ter ba shore I did." Is a good deal like making &K,tfILWA0; rTTTil Tib IIWiTi n barred and chained against all outside ns5Jar?Mf,"I ttr.'imflZl Q Lnttra 3'i CURES WiiESE All E1SE fAUS. solves all superfluities and all luxuries wiuow. it can't te overuouo. "She pops," tnid tho boy. and the nest lger. Cll uchuii fyrui" ixsif- - Erma we ry until you can say, "Everything in this flav he wont to rhool. That nmht. the tfiSa C fay S rTlTpc 4e Work. V."at Lt u i uiuki:iOi III liM n The phrase so often used in ls.w book pTirfr snrl ri nJ fir onr vartons catalosnea. home is mine, thank God' every Um- father questioned bia young hopeful ui to Jlaliord-r-.-.- !' Wgjr4'iK?aBBB: eX lIJFrtAA.V ItltO.. of youthful indiscretions, niffer- positive rcRedTf-c- tu IMI, r'tmmm and legal circles is mightily suggestive t ber, every brick, every foot of plumbing, wnnt he saw, and what progress he made lCA.ttuin Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. tcouunji of . ot t!M wnnt ktad nl of loar tj itsline debilKv. lack of n "They had a lot o books an' every man's house is his castle us much every door sill." Do not have y0Ur chilin fidenio. imoaired ineinorv. nnd kindred ,i,ircn;lsn;r ttn csred TWO BOTTU3 FEES, fun in 1" ft.tar", PyilfJfEFJQ CAF1 BE. HATCHED IDt t" E A SViriCS "We irlll make Tn a ttt I will nl said he "but I didu t sco symptoms, thould wind lticenti tolberlttGiftVJIV so as though it had drawbridge, portcullis, dren boin in a bo.arding-houstjs!nstb and do noi the riiEEG.rro: a lot CABLE TREATISE cs U.: dtu.,ta inj talent SL, t, Y. Mfi5vJE.l-.- ? ehapcrand better byreemp!ov-e- d nuthin' o' no eddication, 'nlee 'tu.it that for largo lllustratofl troatise, giving means FR a.JCrtil. DK.T X, SLDCVM, HI Pttrl Floiii;T,owp xerltlor JInUher than riea liens redoubt, bastio. and armed turret. Even yourself be buried from one. Have a ndc. Adto do tbe I eevd go up a holler tree, an .! np'lon cure, with numerous, testimonials. f' rptccii rrap. plat of certain II1L. the officer of the law may not enter to place where yoar children can shout and varmint dress S. STAHL- & POX, ilaanf arturtrs, Qris ot, I xj-Address, World's Dispensary Medical Asso- H. HOWAJtlJ JO.M) CO., CUICAC.O, ILL. Ho Rope to Cut Olf Horses' Manes. U that's a eddication I can't git hit." serve a writ except ihe door be voluntarily sing, and romp, without baing overhauled Kv KfLXPfcC" 1IA1.T- KSH era 133 33 A book worth SIC. on fj giiyf ciation, C3 ilain Street, BulTalo, N. Y. Ilorksof Arnnsements, 'Celebrated EM1 Uoudnirs bun. irjier-- C &Courtnip.seni ircrjfc am WW v.7. ,T... . opened unto him; burglary, or the inJTS t.;.,..T. i. ' I'lt- ami JwiuiLi; (.omtilnrd. F J&r .1 for the racket. Have a kitchen where you - tfM FT "? by mo i nion j uu rC-JltuAliroan, Hooks ltbatc. Letter W rlter. Etiinct.e. Q?S, . S?Pft. an' vasion of It, a crime so offensive that the can do something toward the reformation As TnEitE is littln pleasure withont pay ,.,v KM cp I !i.i A. F.KGCKiLn. 1 PI AUn M . Pft 1 Olt frfe.onrec-tpto- f ..j , . . v SoUbyall rvJjT xt!2j a atl SSB &E3 Se - art J J. Send itamp6 for josffc s Vegetable Adornment. in', it is j.irbibly this that makes life so si. law clashes its iron Jaws on any ons who of evil cookery and the lessening of this Waves sent C. O.O. any- ror a Vr,r' GoodPelHns faddlery. Hardware and Harness r. " Q&Q Vj1 niMCn Wic". Bangs andle jrrutovm Jfrrabl inFMT1? "What is that korllumidoodle that you dollarous. notes attempts it. sad n tali 5 So wlir re -i i nation of dyspeptics. A Napoleon losJ nutoiliw WAJ7?n f UulStllOLT) Alilli LE. Trad TjT in. f"in r amplf and terms to i.eaiers. .special dcount to Inn V- jS5 t for - J r aaBSftB.t s,.nd Unless it be necessary to stay for longer one of his great battles by an attack of in bnve on your hat, Mary Ann7" said J C LicuTUorsr ISoehesteriN Y PiKrsTooTnAcnEDnor? curcinl mlnute,2.o A. Oodhiso & Co aoa tlilai hirct. New York. Secure a Business Education I or shorter time in family hotel or boardfashionable dauh- - Glcnn't Sulfur Soap enls and beautifies. 25c. digestion, so many men have mch a daily father to his would-b--- 0 FIT: Bloodel Cattle. Sheep, Hogs I KOMErSurora BtSiiS liOlUW. uuuav-i- . Treated and cured without the lcnlf ining house and there are thousands of JJss.IVmlirr finer Cataloga-- S wttb VO GebmanCounKemovi akiiisCorust Bunions. CANCER Boo on treatr.ectsent free Artdre wrestle with tho food swallowed that they tr- I TWiTer' frw F L. PON'D. il D .Aurora, Kane u .11L stances in which it is necessary, as I have no strength left for tho bate of life; j 'Oh. that is an imitation oi a strawber A Miixi6sdoIlari in gold weighs tho same showed you at the beginning unlets in and tnough your wife may know how to ry, father. ' as a ton of coal about eighteen hundred this exceptional case, let neither husband p.ay on all musical instruments and rival "The detica take tho styles," tnid the obi pounds. V. 3". Graphic. nor wife consent to such permanent resi 9 a prima donna, she is not well educated man, "you'll be wearing imitation dence, j Pi'o's Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable unless she can boil an Irish potato and yet.' fiOo. to use. It is not a liquid or n biiuft. The probability Is that the wife will have broil a mutton chop, since the diet someWe have nearly arrived nt the cabbage to divide her husband's time with public times decides the fate of families nnd naStreet, E-- DrugG. YT, Lotz, TrtKWiommf, La vfrilcs: "For four I.Uer li.ca.c.-MKnn- iT point already," replied the young nnVa. Tne telephone girl thinks that this is a or with some tions. smoking or reading-rooyean. I fciiQerel lrom In er complaint und attacks of I Given Up ! gist, of BlvtT Sunny, Ala., writes: 31iss Eliza "And how wear have you got? I Liver hollow world Chicago Tribune. than fiirvv. nf tfsU nlfirn. had been sick for more when bilious fever; loss of appetite, nausea, constipation, coquettish spider in search of unwary flies, 'Wo wear a little turn-ujon the &ido Have a sitting-rooof the er, but with at least one sometimes di.irrhea. pain in the back of the head, I to Die, j a year with a severe affection bought hvthree bottles and if you do not entirely lose your huslowest, she Soro Eves uso Ir. Isnao shoulder-WadeWeekly. Irafflicl'dwith she was at tho easy chair, oven though you have to take j now." Xaiionn! fullness nclit side and under the Thompson's Eye Water. DruKRu-t- tell it. 20c. band it will be because he is divinely proof 'Golden Medical Discovery from me. and. alter eating-- trcneral deDillty, restless niglite. tongue the turns at sitting in it, and books out routed, etc After takinjr four bottles of 'Dr. Pierces Uold- - although before using tho medicine she was given up to me ny tected from the disasters that have of the public librarv of vnnr own Wanted a Companion l'lecr. en Medical Dlscoverj' and Pellets,' I And 1 am as well as I all the attending physicians, her father assures mo that she Tire best thing to tako before singing-Brea- th. whelmed thousands of husbands with as purchase ! ever.was. has now fully recovered." First Old Maid Just think, Sojihronin. for the making of Philadtlphla Call good intentions as yours. your family intelligent, and checker-- f I have received a note from ltutts, the pho1" writes: Vn n.TiorjNP. Simmonds. Aftdfna. y.of malaria. Sa mantiia Gaines. L4icAjiorf.X 3 xfriies: "For Neither should the husband, without ImMftlARI.M ! have been troubled with symptoms boards and guessing matches with an oc- - tographer, asking me to accommodate him six or eight ears previous to IStA I liad been troubled Nwt. 1 witn fCTCrt jor tnree years, out alter using inrco perative reason, consent to such ali'e unMjverw rum in the small of my back, also with casionol blind man's buff, which is, of all ' with a sitting. Isn't Discovery witn considerable bloating Crurn I bottles of vour 'Golden Medicalam happy to and THE MARKETS. that a compliment? less he is sure his wife can withstand the games, CasL'l across my shoulder-bladesay B.pi.wicnnt: lurontlvo Pelleis.' 1 my favorite. Rouse ui your home rtltn. of the stomach froimvlnd; was so nervous at times Old Maid Yes, indeed, Mrs. temptation of social dissipation, which with all styles I am per I am entirely cured, and ; also troubled with dizziness and that I could hardly sleep Cincinnati. March 9. of innocent mirth, and gath- j sweeps across such places with the force of er up to I was induced by my fectly well and able to do niy own work." hard tireathin? spells. J2 to it, 2 your children's nature a reservoir Hatts told a friend, who told another lady, LIVESTOCKHutehers on Mro. Warner, or Oleau, N. Y. to try the 'Golden Medical 3 ih at 4 r.n Clioieo the Atlantic Ocean when driven by a Sepwho told me. that her husband was almost of exuberance 3 4.1 f, . 80 The effects were marvelous. After taking three bottles .Dy.pcpin. Lucy A. YooD. Taylor's Store. a. . tember equinox. Many wives give up iresuiag streamsthat will pour down re- - distracted to find a companion piece to the HOG!? Common. I was entirely cured." 4 ( j Dyspepsia writes: "After many years of great suffering from (iood Paekciv it 4 25 vvnen life gets parched, You know that SIIEEI' ( d to choice the evils of dyspepsia, I was induced to try jour their homes for these public residences, so and the dark ... 4 25 H 4 75 "Last Ikose of 1 S. L. Fisheh, Sidney Plaint, X. 1 writes: "Dr. days come, 4 10 Golden Medical Discovery, and I cannot express . i 4 .6 that they may give their entire time to out, and the laughter is and the lights go Mrawuv Miss Sn.iggs sat for the Last fillAIN riiimly. Cured. liFfiFRnl !u.V.Piei:ce,1u1Tu1o,N.Y. UcarSfr Jly a tho gratitude 1 feel for the great good it has done red W5 ii K smothering into a Ilose.-"- nHit-- . fwwl for ...rai icnrs from general debility. Elie operas, theaters, bitlls, receptions and sob. me. I do not suffer any pain from eating, and I t ... SI if, . No. 2 red I had tiecomo a conilrmwl invalid. The physicians can wish." ! S 6 -2. levees, and they are in a perpetual whirl, mixed UCDIUI l.E vho attended her failed to help her, and it seemed as enjoy life as well as anybody 32 i, H2 in .Mr. l'ry. No. 2 mixed The Oat like a whip-tospinning round and round in First, last and all the time, have Christ iaa.tBaaa0 if dm tiict illo On rendlntr nno nr vnnr Mfmnnn. EiifWmry, 11, Mrs. Corns Bogce. ir your 2 Uje-- No n ftl 65 dum Hooks it occurred to me that your Golden Sledlcal Discov"What is your name?" nked tlio sheriil HAY Timothy No. 1 and round, very prettily, until it loses its fears of home. Julius Cajsar calmed the 60 writes: "Two bottles of your 'Golden Medical .. ..12 00 ery ' mljrht heli her. 1 procured a bottle, and, after Its use, a Diarrhea an affrighted boatman who was of an old g CO tl2 Discovery 'cured my cough and chronic on Lups equipoise and shoots off into a tangent. nogio who hnd come in tojiay bin change for the letter was noticeable, and after using llvo bottles, in It 1ms worked like a charm overmy cas. felS 25 . 10 ( Good Mediums luive recommended it to several, and In But the difference is, in one case it is a top rowing htm in a stream, by stating: "Sc tax'-- , 'i f he was a well woman. AND llDllGH. lit is truly wonderfuL I walked aaile - 10 To cr.io long as Cesar is with you in the PROVISlONS-Por- V - tr Kininiiin.l rnnr mfvPlnfR, every case, it has produced good results. 1 can never feel too satr.o and in the other a soul. .l. . it ti tK.", ".lim Fry, tali, fodor o' de late Mr. IV ." Lanl Prime steam befat, no harm can happen." And whatul to you for the saving of my wife's life." 10 u Dairy. . .. Besides this there is an assiduous accuBL'TI "Hon long has your son been dead?" 28 ever storm of adversity or bereavement ji 2ii ft Ohio Creamery ?? mulation of little things around the private poverty 5 "HP-iris- " "Ho ain't dead, do late Mr. Fry ain't.'' 125 K API'LES-Pri:o b5 home which in the aggregate make a great as long may strike your home, all is wtll "Then how can. he lie tho late Mr. Fry?" K1TAT0ES per bushel DUcovery an1 K0Ofl attraction vhlle the denizen of oneof these board. as you have Christ the King on NEW YOIUC ''Clue he's ihImtoii time alius late, sah." Thoroughly cleanso the bloo.1, which Is tho fountain of health. Make your home so j 3 CO public re -- ences is apt to say: "What is .$.130 VLOLMt State nnd Western rrmellrr. .itci .. fair skin. iiovnnt smrifH. vital HrcuiTth. and soundness of constitution will be CbtabUMHi. in its influence W'l ft w GKAIN-Wh- eat No. 2 Chiciifro the ue? I have no place to keep them if I ment of your that down to the last moit, No. 2 rel children's life you may hold J should take them." Mementoes, bric-a- 50 4'tVs"t Torn No. 2 mixed III. wellings, Eaiirged Glands, and Eating Ulcers. Mrs. A. L. Cout, ITadlcv, Craicford Co Kan- :jts& 43 frac, curiosities, quaint chair or cozv them with a heavenly charm. Oats imx'l ".My son. aged 11 W 6s.il 75 At seventy-si- x years of age, the DemosP0KK Mes Scrofulous tas, writes: last Januarj- - withfifteen jcars. was T!AAC Gibson. Kemcooth Pa writes: "My lounge, upholsteries, pictures and a d swellings on his 27',; ' taken down JJAri LAUD Weetern steam Yhen she thenes of the American Senate lay dying Abscess of wife is getting well fast. Discovery,' began to lay things that accrete in a home are disright shoulder, left hip and kuee. He nbsrCCfcpi- ss our best CHICAGO. use jour 'Golden Medical Sores. at Washington I mean Henry Clay, oi five months, when great for 4 85 carded or neglected because there is no 54 50 in Indiana County said she would die. doctors formed, four of which continued to tlisehanre TWVll lale and Western Liver. Kentucky His pastor sat at his he.Ui,i, ss; 71", . d Thev said jour medicine would do her no at tbotlmo ho commenced using your uonien homestead in.yfn!5"gJTangetjt3 GHA1N Wheat No 2 red.. uiscovery jtoo"1; that ene had an ulcer on her liver as large aud "the old man eloquent," after a onq . Kl,4i 2 .No. 2 Chicago Spring wlvioc. Now, after having used lour liottles of the yet tby areTiipfewhicb w mWtm) under etj Pojan . 37', 54 as hair a loaf of bread. 'Well. sir. to our surprise, Discovery,' ho is almot well and walks ot emile orn No. puuuc me, trauslantio and g cr t domestic happiness is set. """'" 'Golden Medical DiscoycrjV she commenceditUng up to school everj" Jny. A scrofulous soro on his arm. which ran a 29Oats-- No 2 Sp ptiiSirin forKi.no two weeks, and tben commence.! You can never become as attached to the cisatlantic, was back again in the scene, completely under the influconstantly two j'ears, has healed of his boy hood, and he Wept saying in his -- 10 20 atio J2S, romiption and blood (it looked like what comes out of a blood ence of tho for remedy named." POUIv Mess appointments of a boarding-hous- e or fam(a. o 05 boll) for somo ten dajs. Sho now lias been well for wceks dream over and over again: L.MID Steam M ily hotel as to those things that you can s, r.it t: ,' Sirs. A. II. CnAvrronn. ltnn Grore, Butna t ", IIALTIMOICC. . "My mother! mother! mother!" HoUh nml CarbuHClcH. J. Adams. Em, eT r. Viata Cs, Iinca. writes: " I am the irsoti who wrote to jou two Discall your own, and are associated with the ?: ??4 50 fi,. 00 -4 - - f TT-Vgvi3t'jFamily writes: " I liavc utol nine bottles of vour 'Golifen Medical s rI)UK May the parental influence we exert be on my leg. I took sir "fSS&r XZj)' years ago for advice respecting Vl 4 32 free from boils and carDun-clcovery, nnd tho result Is I "am y )different members of your household, or not m GKA1N Wheat No. 2 ' Golden Medical Discovery iukI was cured." - years.' bottles of only potential, but holy, and .o the 47 W 'P . for tho first time in manjCorn Mixed with scenes of thrilling import in your dovn 37 S. E. Grat-do.Eyev. ScrofiiloiiN Tumor and Sore daughter Mrs. been entirely Oat mixed 9S s. U) Constipation ami IIlcorw-Mr- MedicalA. D. JonssoN, mestic history. Blessed is" that home in homo on earth be the vestibule of our home 10 50 My has Pork of Grctnxcood, S. C writes: PP.OVISION In heaven, in which place may we all meet Discover- - relievedffic Ky writes; "Tho 'Golden 7(r(J. 74 It ? 1 eyes and a large tumor on her neck, by which for a whole lifetime they have been . 4 50 it 5 CO nt once. 1 liad a very Iwd Mire on the back of my left hand lor cured of scrofulous soroMedical Discovery.' I have great faith in father, mother , son, daughter, brother Puck' i, Annual. thouseof jour "Golden CATl'LE First quality gathering, until every figure in the carpet, live months and it cured that, as well ns constipation and Indiges5 cy ii o i2s; medlclnt3." all lines tion, from which I was suffering very much." and.every casement of the window, has a sister, grandfather and grandmother and JNDIANAl'OLIS An Kllfctlve DUsii.tiler. grandchild and the entire group of chirography of its own, speaking out somePI 5 Mr. rcppcrhaMi Say! I thought you Wheat No. 2 red 344 thing about father or mother, or son or precious ones, of whom wo must say, in Corn mixed & tho words of transporting Charles Wesley was going to discourage that engagement Oats mixed .. daughter, or friend that was with us invigorating LOUISVILLE between your daughter and young Week, GolJen Medical Discovery cures Consumption (which Is Sulac.1 the Lungs), by its rronderful One family, we dwell In him; Ol 4 50 LimCS. 00 . nml nutritive properties, -g- nDfjv enrro Fiour-AN- o.l t or eas remedy. CPlUing OI JiW. cuuniltaatli Urcaui, UJOUCIUUS, Kicro uiujun aivu and Ono churoh above, bf neath: KtrrnetheiLs tho sistem p. rnitrlis it mind! & What a sacred place it becomes when kindred affections, it Is a sovereign G It A I N W h eat N o. 2 red ... Though now divided by the stream 88 Toyll.wil .'Ml'WM'Atn ... wnea "''"parcoJ wm it purines tho biooo !. vir. succotash That is what I am ovs can say: "In that room such a one Corn mixed. wwo ?- - - "J S"v1,t. 33 tunics The narro w stream oi death-O- ne The nutnUre uS tnlTjBteiS. rt...T Oat mixed ;.... ,...iu- doing. 11 25 'lncre"tho"iiVh nnu weight ui uiumj reduced below tho wisborn; in that bed such a one died; in S ouu It army o? the living God, P0RK-- me 'tprtttlnr icrvocxvc ZiiiA Mr. Pepperhnsh But ho showed me nn that chair I sat on the night I heard such a LAUD steam To his comm.vn d we bow. Contimptlon CureA. TV. J.Mabtley, Fletcher, Esji one had received a great public honor; by invitation to dine with vou nnd vour Rcn11p.cn m A"Vonderfnl Part of the hojt have crossed the fiood, IVro Cruz, Ala- - writes: "I met wHh an old GloiteaJer. Mas, writes: "Nearly five years affOjl daughter this evening. I don't think'that that stool my child knelt for her last evenAnd part are cro sslng now. fridnil tT Tnln Tint, lnrtir cinro nnfl he tnid m ft was taken sick with a diseaso regarding which t inverv '"'"couraginp. 6tateof health ho ing prayer; here I sat to greet my son as three physicians who attended me were tinablo to IaSkeletohJ of the very lowto our oest aoeior, had been y Disease.! agree. One of the foremost physicians in Boston ana no appueu Mi out grauu-all- "cotash Oh. yes; my daughter ho came back from a sea vovage; that was grew worse under his treatment; was reIn vbich to purify your Mood, and .w.t.rwi ArethctnoDth ......n.. nt tVio ctnmnrh. nnd treated mc for kcepn s...j-- e now and I wanted him totubte The captain and crew of a to and was to a skflctui. had father's cane; that was mother's rocking-chai- r. for this parpofe there If no medicine equal to Hood's that, nearly killing me with physic; another, a homosopathic phy- ducedconsumption. Whilo a fearful couch he made athought so vessel from Rio Janeiro had a her cooking. Philadelphia Call. have visit to in this low state hen taken s ick. I eJSUf4 his Smaparilia. H purilef. vitalizes and enriche the sician, thought I had consumption. What a joyful and pathetic conrelations, and while in a distant town, he purchased a bottle or blood, removing all trace of fcrof nla or other disease. thrilling experience. During a storm IW pounus. I suuereo irora a avmy "W,"1.?"' " gress of reminiscences! A Tree Interpretation. medicine called, 'Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.' and kidney troubles, etc and was reduced so rapidly that my physiIt creates an appetite and Imparts new tprins and the water got into the hold, the took it, and bv tho time it was used he was as well as he ever The public residence of hotel and boarding-medigave mo up. They were unable to help mo in tne lea body. It It the Ideal cians "What is the meaning of the words, ? Tizor to the trholr looked to be In the bloom not been nDB became completely saturated, and rhe At that time I weighed but ninety pounds, and had had been cos- - had been. Wficn I saw him. he great deal of Inqulrj". as ho Isof house cine. Trjltthl-caonabolishes the grace of hospitalia health. His statement caused u I morluis ml nisi honuin,'" asked Johnny to ho down, but had to sit up in order to breathe. whole mass rose like yeiisk With a ty. Your gnest does not want to come to I take Hood's Sarsaparilla for a rprine mldne. fined to my room for six months, expecting to die. I was so baft man. of high standing." shook the vassal to her center Fizzletop of his, father. such a table. No one wnt. t mn such n shock that andlflndltjnrt the thing. It tones np my tystem at times that I could not allow any ono to come into my room. "It means, my son. that when n man and maScf me feci like a different man. My wife JosEPn F. McFaiujuh), Athens, Leu writes: as I could not talk: nor was I able to walk. I picked up one ot gauntlet of acute and merciless hrnercriti- - the decks burst open. The hatches w.re iLEEDiHQ your memorandum nooks on tne noor 01 iuu uui "My wife bad frequent bleeding from the takes it for dytpepda, and she derives great benefit cism. Unless you have a home of your wrenched off, and great seams Trove closes both eyes, the public is expected to I where I was boarding, and after reading it I begja lungs before 6he commenced vising - your 0 from It-- She tays It Is the bctt medicine the ever Staking OfiVtU She has not 'Golden Medical Discovery, and the own you will Hot be able to exercise the opened in the vessel, which admitted th close one e.e at least to whatever wrongn FMM LUKGS 'Golden Medical Discovery.' took.' Tzak C Tvrneb. Hook Ladder Xa 1. may ilrst bottle brought me around 60 that I could wait had any since its use. For some six months t II. Friend Street, Boston Mass. best rewarded of all the g aces. For ex- sea in torrents. There "was nothing foi he Texashave committed while hu was alive." soon began to build HIS LIFE.! around tho room nil day. I sho has been feeling so "well I hat sho has iftings. discontinued it." up. ana ginneu mj mi'iuiy iuui. mnoiuuK.i.i4 ercise of this grace what blessing came to it but to take to the boats, and lie ship "When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I was have taken no other medicine since then, and have used perhaps dizzy la the morning, bid a headache, and no appeHn Found Ou, the Shunammite In the restoration of her soon went to the bottom. G:rirr Consumption Cared. J. A?rrno:rr Swiyrc. DonpofajnA, twenty bottles la all of this medicine. I stopped taking it in ""teg : tite : but now I can hardly get enough cooked to cat." For Ave jxars I suffered very much from a terrible soa to life because she tntertained Elisha, Times. Ungley Great Scott! It's twelve o'clock! ago. I feel that it has saved my life. Ino August, one Kxha SaaTAto. Coral Street, Worcester. Mass. cough and debilitj-- . More than a year since 1 commenced to take. weigh about lfiO pour ds, and I think, and my friends with me, your and to the widow of Zarepbath in the I inuit hurry home to my wife. Ihaveosed Hood'aSarsapartllainmy family and weight 'Golden Medical Discovery.' and It has completely cured tliat this medicine saved my life. It certainly Is worth its eotrvjer it a splendid blood purifier." J. P. perpetual oil well of the miraculous The experiment of sending bloodin gold, and I consider it a wonderful remedy from its effect in to3. I thank you for the splendid health I havo since enjoyed." I'onomby Let ir.c give you some adVorth 7 h Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. curing all my ailments. cruse because she faf a "hungry prophet, hounds in pursuit of hostile Indians in vice, Bob. Just take home u fry in a box. and to Rahab ia the preservation of New Mexico is a failure, if lotiked at That will mollify Pri $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $5.00. Golden Medic! Bisrorery Is Sold bj Druggists. her. her life at the- dewolMn. Jericho be- - from thia end. The Indians regard 't as 1 don't believtrit will. I'll probfix for M. rrtFartd by Ihigley f Bold hy all Cnrelttf. til WORLD'S DISPENSARY SKDIGAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietor, a benevolent wtjmlB. the .pies, and 'to cegs ud eat effort, for they shoot thi ably find astewawaitingme. PbUadephia C L B0OC CO- - Apothecaries, Lowell, Man. them. Kowl9i Ixtl Cklh ' No. 669 acalu HVFPAMJ, , Tt Orm weeping across Ifflo18 prairies are less nt-- M. EHRET, JR. co. i9!3 ' bay-mo- w l. m m ..i,. MUSTANG Survival to-da- the Fittest. "She-RdHr- ! I . ? 1 SBSy.Sari 1 rr -- gospel-izatio- n re Moth-cr-ln-La- w 1- -2 ft water,FirexWindProof. put horse-sorr- el a Job-bin- i ! i La-tl- v, -- ! ! && oy r. TAR ataKJSJSad mm glue . -it-i- lst f'-- e tc-U-ay V Vstaiy mm bar-tend- er bell-bo- y SURE. PROMPT. SFF non-dryin- g O 6 jKfUs. DM -- ii I . - 1 inowir-tn-hiu'- 1 -- $Q KBMftld gir Relieved at Last! n ourtoTaUstweet,-rattinsaboota9lIvelyai A Good-live- -- mSSk Bi. 1 CI-N. iONLY i OEtfftfA af Fiyi Rf? 1 tJ 'a j crl j I B frt-tc- VERY BEST -T- s WM of-flr- mmm. tt&M &$& :8LY 0 1EDAL bn-p'a- tb-- I UINSTSEW 11 pain-eiir- e. uHllitt nJi CO I rril.. n eun-dm- e poor-house- s, -- nt iiiuimisjiv . a drcs-con- I -- & OEII. LC oim !: I c . I BaniPir ('9 buirnB.Kaa !! PU E STO STOcit -7 r gaffe 4 vjy gggsm i h-- rfcvf irf5 V'e'"Tl j&jeS - Gpec-Ins-oa W- -t i HH rKLG Heaven-descende- 1 t ' II l.n-- - much-abuse- - tr lrite&. m n l- nover-failln- r jr XJSijif 1 "-- - - i S5?a m BiSTlrSMAOOMP 5 j loBM i ekule-hoiiM- " o, V -- P rasHSPTsfitM -- (SSEssssssacxsi ij 1 U itiBt-amp-s " l3Hjirc-pcn-u- 3 - fnrfreeC-UIrjruP- ,2.l,7 --- Xy Iv r- i- "v price-nsu- rr . tf Prtre-Llf- ( e -- I tf.r. cab-Dafr- ( !!Erv 18 ilsl D AND LUH s, q, m ) m s tasEj Had , -- I 11 s, 'I to-d- ay Cattle-Comm- , y.' 1 - I wleeuf-u1.111.11- Whcat-honcbfr- ri rtf-- Q Corn-No- p ite TOHACCU-Coimn- diar-rhf- -t. 1 Mos-e- . f-- v EK-Ch- oiee n.o a a .. 1 HT.OOTI Tfi THB IIF'S: -- .IrA.-ijsa- thou-ran- AC --- 0 ' Z&tQ&X Srsissa OlttSs 8MBBtrRssarBSiS sjsusssf&ss a (Tj, belp-lei- - . . thrcc-lolirt- ha - --- 3: ijs. r v.f Georg-totc- revcrorc. . ..- - e-jZ- iZ vv -- iT. y to-da- cs fever-fore- n, v, Mcf-J...-. 11 Ijird-lieilue- d... CONSUIViPTION.WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD. blood-purifyin- g, --- vv t. . " -- . a. .- - T.M IATL. -- S r"rr'r'ShV'; March April May . nSuT Cure-DAN- rrx - coffee-lade- n A c.i.-g- o i3 i mmT B 1 Wiu-Mi- l. - Hood's Sarsaparilla IOO Dee Dollar trct. v 7 . 1' & 5 it t. .'at--- . a2LSRBgr,&J': T-Tf- A.-r-' "C.liStirf s2c "i . "& ;&. ?. ; J.. , - 1 -- 3 3f ,if L HPH-JtAv-AV- . 4 -- H -Ls - 353 c?" iv5T3r3kSSs23js . 4 .. 'WPp e mSsUJ r , 5r ' ."XJ ' ..? fVi If .. V . .J . Till i'. "" I 1 'V 4 - o Do UITT2L irotjuy ii 7 ifa pa ii.u... Tour hav I RAWD ring'STOCK OF Goods NEW ETESST "jnjSjiiy ffcSar OlE FOR zA E5k Ea yf oods H 9HP g W rrFfciJi V1) VhSJ S?Si SSgOfi "irfVJ. 'Sdtyi simi xMai'x 3v mj m& 'sa (ft i COMPLETE WE ap WILL IIAYE A FULL AND - jss: iK in PKbbSt - r. THEY AE1 C0K5S I eqr LOCAL NEWS. sclf-s'iarciii- s IEVIEIRYTIHIIIeTG- - .i PBESH ttpto: tit On Tuesday evening, Mtrch 2, nt the residence of tho bndeN father. Mr. We can Fell you Furniture cheaper than FOR CIRCUIT 'JUDGE. AVe will payjeash, and intend doing ii cash business, taking no risks Mr. E. 1". Thomno and Mis- b,a Council met Present. Mavor Fre Ii. The ladies are reminded tlisit r.iiini-lower- - ui.iied in the holy bonds ajij firm ever oflered it before in Hickman. We are authorized to announce C. L. Will sell at a very close margin. Couiicilinen Wittinj;, Cole, Rogers, Consequently, we are determined to tho new reversible Kvm customer is surprised at our low HANDLE, of Fulton county, a of wedlock by Itev. Mahon Kitiuae and Ilertuetk candifriers, nnd goes away pleased and happy. date for Circuit Judge. Electiona in Auscissors have !ecn reciiwd, and Tlie minutes tf the lj"t meeting were AtteniT3- Will A. Naylor and M'ss hTtVllhNS A. Maxwelu now on duliver.v, and for tsule, at read, approved and signed. gust next. Lula hinder; Oeo. W. Meuecj) and Mi v C. B. Kingman's hardware store. Aunie Thumas ACCOl'NTS ALLOWED. Call at the lowest priced Furniture lioue The bride was richly attired in navy blue in America, and buy yourself rich. We are the. only'exclusive dry goods house in Hickman. We can and The following accounts were prccnted There is no excuse, for rich or poor, to FOR COMMONWIUI.TU'S ATTORNEY. lice, anu inmmed with winli- deny'themRtlvci the comforts and luxuries and approved by tlie finuucc cummiiitv, Steimiens Maxwfll will sell you goods at prices to please. Call and ee us and get our prices We are authorized lo announce CIIAS. wliii.li ou iiiotlnii, uttaalluHud, UUtlclieckri loiiUcil ,t true picture of 'liveliness The medium "br fine 'Furniture, t the prices II THOMAS, of McCrarken eotintv, .11 a before buying .flsewhere. We will have an extensive stock to select bridesmaids wore uavv uc intnn tiiliA icKued lor the auiaiiut: which Stephens & Maxwell are oflerin; it MY NEY STAND. candidate for to Ihe office of from. U han 'lnt past favors. , S 3 4 ' with white silk lace trimming' Mue & Shaw Mr. II. Buchanan, "Old Buck," bridegroom antl attendants were dressed Sest door to where I srTiffr Commonwealth's Attorney for this Judicial 4 Cj G. M. Wi burn, City Marshal, very respectfully, in the Usual dign fictl cos1 times of bhek. who ranks as one of the Iiest buyk'vp constantly, FUESU MKVTS, &c, &c Dial net. Lieetion in August, lb8fi. TREASURER'S STATKMINT for die to try to de It would be Ve are authorized to announce JOHf"1'' Ubl2 J. W. ROGERS. ers and merchants9 ever in HickThe Thy Treasurer presented his month- scribe tbe beauty and iuipresivene of a."fc K. HENDItlCKS, of Livingston county, man, leaves Sunday for the cities ly statement, which on motion, was ordered the whole scene for my jx'ti would fail of 1! autify your homes, by buying some of as a candidate for the office to buy spring goods. filed. mc. Immediately after tlie ceremony we .tint lovely Furniture of Att'rney, in this, the First Judi we found entered the dining room wh-rHALL Fl'KMTURE. cial District of Kentucky. Election In StnrW Double Rcver-iM- e Sstei'hkns & Maxwell The numerous labor strikes all the SniSSOnS Two Pair in One, Hoilow August next. The Citv Clerk and Marshal presented the tableI loaded with tnUen hetrtcouU as well as in would ha'e note of what Self Sharpener. Sol ni Steel, and hi the United States, Ground. to the Council aii inventory of Hall furni to ann 'unc- SAMUEL We are 1 I'OS'AMKE Nickel Plated Mr. C U. Kingman lias Europe, are not mere coincidenture which was directed to bespread upon was there, but well. was too busy, and CRO."BL.ANU, "s a cui.did.ite for the office would have taken loo unitli - orbesides it purchased the exclusive right to sell thes- ces, but is the result of thethe record. of Commonwealth's Attorney in this, the space bcusors. tall and fee them. Lfrrrcus. ganization of labor which is sti etchASSEisSMENlS BEYISED. First Judicial District of Keulucky. eyes oast upon Many were die envi-Letters are sent (oany in the On motion the Council proceeded to re- - tlie happy pair. And let me leli you alMr. Deft Amberg, of A nib erg's ing and gr.rwing. The past week, ach Stales at two Sous, the old pioneer dry goods fifty thousand workingmen have vie the asienitul for lSbO, a follows: though I'm somewhat a bichelor.I fell Unitedletters one cent. cents r thisounce; Und head county Judge. R. O A'oander, raised on horse, $100. l:ke 1 wau'ed to fuilow in the footsteps of been on a strike. 10,000 eoal minregulator house of Western KenSame, rai-e- d under equalization., ? t 0 .0. the groom, and if a certain young lady an; tiling wholly or partly written. We are authorized to announce J. tucky, left Monday, for the cities, ers, 10,000 railroaders, 10.000 street newipers. Alexander & Maxwell, ruised on store, will assist me in carrying out my pints, NAYLOR, as a candidate for. the office of car people, 10.000 shoen.kers, J2,0;0. to buy goods. marriage liceufe will be isouvd ere Newspapers, periodicals, exclusively in County Judge of Fulton county. Election and 10,'iCO iion miners. These J. II. Brown, for wife, raised on E. II another lunsrpru t, mailed by publishers, one cent a in August next. PAY UP! sttike8 are inaugurated in a min- lo's. $4o0. Ibis happy piir commence life with pound. Mrs. M. I. Brown, raised on E II. lots, bright prospects, aud we predict for them AH persons indebted to the undersigned ute and stopped in a minute by FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Books, Tetc. a bright future .are respectfully requested to call and ne'tle order of the Incentive Commit- $100. Hooks circulars, and other matter wholWe are authorized to announce Judge E them A reception up. A word to the wise is Mifbeient tee of the Knights of Labor. It $100. A. Durlingaine, asseP?cd on plauo, morrow, at Miswill be tendered mother to- ly in print, one cent for each two lunces H. S. M UIIKELL. as a candidate for the of Thomas', the fefal2 J W. ROGERS. will work n revolution in America. office of Couuty Attorney, at tlie ensuing II S CampLell, raised on O. II. lot, the groom, and I regret very much that or fraction thereof. August election. MCrCItAXIIME. f200. Mr. R. C. Alexander, of the The leaders assert tliut it is for I buines kteps mo from attending, B C Caldwell, raised on organ, 5100. Ail other matter, mercliandinc, &c, one know there ill be a s'Jmp'uom repast, as firm of Alexander & Maxwell, who BUY A NCITAI5IJE CA. K Case, rai-e- d on cows. S"20 C lit an ounce or fraction well as a goad time, otherwise. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. KEAVi has been absent buying spring Mrs. Boydarrived in the city" J E Fiiiii, for moiher, raised on O. In conclusion, let me say, that I ish We are auhorized to announce T. M. goods for his firm, has returned, II. lots $200 on the steamer Fletcher and Miss Lula a long and ueftil Before deciding this question we invite you fo examine the boauti- FRENCH as ft candidate for r election to . II. raided on O. II. life, and may their pathway ever be strewn and they do say has outrivalled yesterday afternoon and immediately look a lots, $100Gardner's Heirs the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton ful and varied stock. all precedents in making a beautit oe with flowers ts eet and fragrant hack for her resilience ne lr tho Mrs. M. T. Hertweck, ne.4esed on piano, that are fanned by the "soft zephyr of the 2lcIs Lower than the Lowes county. Election in August, lfeSG. ful selection of goods. city. We understand f o::i parties clOO. I have no clerk expansss southern breeze " no store ren K. M. raised on E. II. lot, SCO. Mr. Moses Amberg and fami-I3- , who iu:iic 011 the baaie boat that COUNTY COURT CLERK. One of their many friends. nid pay csh for all toy Groceries, and C U. Lfliulrnui. raised on cow, $10. , Bhcy-eam- c who have been living at Tiptou-villewith her as tar as J.U.J. h 'refore can sell us cheap as the cheap W'e arc authorized to asnounne VT P. W. H lots, $500. Same, at new store, Fuqua & DeUow's old stand, lias an endless vaietyof Cayce, Ky , March 2, ISSO. St. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon TAYLOR, as a candidate for Tenn., some years, have Chester. III., with the intention of Mue i:labed en to Sliau raisel on utore, $1,000 t ar Flour, 2o cents cheaper than Ihe low the office moved back to Hickman. The coming here, hut changed hie mind of Countv Court Cleric of Fulton itooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens, Cbas. McUetiuot, raited on K. II lots, JOHN WITTING. By J. J. Lancaster, J. P. Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Oases, Cards, &c., &c.' them aheaity and weiit back to St. Louis. This" Pencils, Port-folio- s, county. Election IiiJ August, 1SSG. extends at his residence in Troy. Tenn , on the 3rd A. M Perry, raired on E. II. lot, $10" welcome. and Tovs in endless variety. was probably a wise conclusion on inst., Mr. I. B. Dick and Miss Nannie E Jas. Part'ow. riMd on O II. lots -7 Paducah Standard. FOR SHERIFF. Mr. Win. Jackson, of the firm hie. part. Mr. L. V. l'lummer, raised on lot No Menshaw, of Fulton co'inty, Ky. We are authorized to announce W. A. 43. Si 00. of Plaut Bros. & Co., is in CincinOn the 2nd inst., E. F. Thomas and Miss TI:c Js'irshci. SHL'CK, as a candidate for to Same, under equalization, $1,000. nati, buying spiing goods. This Lula Kdmiston. CARLISLE the office of Sheriff" of Fulton county. Jno II Kingwood, assessed on cqualizi-tion- , of streetcar drivers .Mr. Burt Can- The strike bouse has added On the 3rd inM., L. A. llendrix and Election in August next. $150 lion," late of Union Citv, and .Mr. 'in New Pork n.ul Biookln and Mis3 Katie E. Hawkins. M. B Shaw, ra:d on 0. H. Iot3, $200 Wm. Graut, affable and popular 'the exciting ,sc ne.s uhleh On the 4th inst , VV. (J 1'cnniiiglaii and raircii on hog. $50. FOR JAILER. Miss Bctfe Crawford, ealesmeu to their business l'oice 'ensued in thole Cities add notably on watch, $5. Tom Thomas, nssfS'-eWe arc authorized to announce THOS. It. Weatherly. raised on E. II. , Jarees II Hagaa and On the 11th inst John The members of the Demo - 'f lOkie seiious labor coiiMdications iota, ' V. WALLACE, as a candidate for reelec. Miss Mamie B. Keid. v n..n. strike! p.xeentivn eomnnttee il this hi v"' j.tiinfet '" tion to the office of Jailer of Fulton counrratie. . ii. on J. k. Mue, lor niotner, xox ty. Election in Aueust next. Aiit0.;icr..w.t !,.,- - i,or. ,...i!o,i '.''as been 111 piogress at the Mc- - lots $100, . . . UVV Wll.tl.lt 1,J All kind of Farm Machinery, I'lowa, , pna SAIF . K. Mu;e afiWCdon W II Iotlo7,j3v0 We are authorized toannounceGEORGE toMeetiu Honkinsvilleon thei'ith ?rum v reaper works in Wagon. &.C., retiaircd on Imrilement-". .. ..! .... : VI. l. flA a threatened if, uii Tiewiwi, L CARI'ENl'ER, as a candidate for the sl.ort notice and workmanlike mannerlust., to select a time ami place llhere isWis.,stake at a number at Mrsi. E A Smith, reducednaitu, iv. 200,000 feet dry Cypres. Huilding on lots. $50. ElecteA of ZSiTNew Wagons, && made to order, office of Jailer of Fultou county. to nom- Bacine, .OOO Jin.. M. J. Taylor, rcduoed on lots, $200. and Fencing Lumber. Also, p.'aeee other tion in August next. jixt labor tiouli I mar A . inate a cauuuiate forjudge of the les of more oWs3 Samuel Alien, raied on E 11. lots, ?10U Ci prces Shingles. The v BONDURANTi-marlPomp Atwood, raised on E. II. lots, $50 court of appeals. Kniirhts of iJifi.or organi.ations Customers to buy the remainder of our Fall andJWinter stock or -- '2r Berber, raWedon team, $00. Chas. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. A peJition lia3 been in circr.. arc endeavoring to secure in all ame, raised on hogs, ?25 Strayed or stolen, on or about the first w. B. We authorized to announce lation this week amongst Hickman cases an arbitration of dilliculties. J. G. Kevs. raised on lots G. A. $o0. S it bu rb an lor Stile. week in January, 1SS0, one gray horse, GOKE, are a candidate for the office of Asas ('has. E. Nichols, raised on lots, E. H. 17 hands high, 8 mechanics and workingmen look- but the efforts of the orjraniza- sessor of Fulton county. Election in AuA beautiful suburb n residence, on about year old, about mounts up li hnrl ears, ing to tbe organization of a so'i-- ' tiou are frequently ob?tn:ted by " John Vriist. raiwd on lots E. II. $200. prarel ro ul. near llickm r n, -a- cres, gar nt ng slim neck, tail, neck more white high gust next. !E than St., withers, (dim I ...! ty of the Knights of Labor in the indiscretion of laborers wlio m " ueu, urcnaru. I. .... j vuiii.nomvji n.k.. huucb nn ..A it... .( ,i.i A. i.., 2 a ci?;a !. We are authorized to announce J. O. A. hgs or sides, has a small scar between the Hickman. It started tfith so:.:c-thiiiD- : are moed under' excitement to1 Jake' Winston, rsied on lot, O. IL58U. f finished, and mny nuproveaients and es or rather above the eyes I will give COOPER, as a candidate for re election to over fifty signatures, ami v e make unnecessary threats and Cal. iU.ams, raised on lot. E. II. S120. advantages loo numerous to mention, ror, V--" for thn delivery of said horse at my the office of County Awc:or. Election in irrius, oic , maucss .. ujuis icuiuuiv.uui farm, near the foot of Island No. 8, Fultou August next. lcaru haa been added to largeh i resort "to premature measures of Cy Wyley, raised on lot, . in . or on 1 mule, $50. Same county, Ky. ; We are authorized to announce Q M. T. since. coercion. Mas. LOUIS DEMONTC0URT, marl) JERKY JONES i Willis Wright, assessed on 1 watch, $10. SALMON, as a candidate for the office of on the premises. Thos. Warrick, assstcsed on 2 lots, E. H. Mr. Ilorace Hardin, a very County As.cssor. Election in August :a 5Tli;- - $30. uv.il HOUSE FOR A GOOD DWELLING worthy young man was examined net. COPM." i On motion, ordered that all persons who Saddlery aijd Harness before Judge R. E. lillet, Friday, SALE We are authorized to announce W. F. above revision of their as i objecilo the and by the jury adjudged a luna- Frum ilayGfl J Df mo- rat J ROFFE, as a candidate for County Assess Council at With all convenience. AIo, all claims apj)ear before tho We will give'good bargains in all lines'to make room forour Spring IS ear loydsille, last Sunday, tic, and sent to the Hopkinsille their next regular meeting, on Tuesday and accounts due J. W. Corman & Co. or. Election in August next stock. j.ne coous must oe som anu win ne put low.enough soany one asylum. He was an industrious' two negro women engaged in a evening. March 23, 1SS0. and make their We are authorized to announce D. E. & FARRISS, Apply to T. R. McM A II A N and worthy voung man. nnd all ik'lil. and while thev wore nntn- - complaint, after which time no chango in PLUMMER dccSj-SPATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. can buy and be satisfied in prices andjquality. wiil be made dncerelv sympathize over his af- i meling one another the husband Election in August next. . .Tachion St , opposite Courier Office Council adjourned. Miction. of one of them came up with a On motion, W. L. McCUrCHEN, C. C. , - HICKMAN, Attest, AT. ol :,ml PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. 10. shoot the The Fultonhn favorably men- 4 WELL selected stock of Raddles and A PLEASANT We are authorized to announce CIIAS. .tt tions Mr. James Uodds, so:, of ?1,cr?'l,,1"n,,i'i.lm U,J8 to save his B. KINGMAN, as a candidte for the of 3L Harness. New work made to order. BEER constantly on lap. l?p FRESH Joshua Dodds, as a candidate for 1'ulton Fultoolau-- l Prompt attention given lo fice of Public School Suterintendent of Tobacco, of the best brands. On the 2nd of February, during Fulton county. Election in August next Patronage solicited. I After laying the canine out, he -- u K A K v R X G the heavy snow. Chris Shadrick tf nov We are authorized to announce Prof. " aitCIllld. Ill MlUUl I,,,,,,,, of any kind. lie has secured the cervices nell, davinfj declined to stand frt. I IIUIUU .t illlUlllUl ., was lost while on his JAMEd II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate of that well known and excellent work. . Young Mr. DocliU is ! ... . . to the office of County , for LUKE BLACKBURN. near Mcfarland s mill. A.1 full ac-A,..-..Farms, which . Ii I"1 .,....w ........ COUI1T, OI- WHICH Ulipeaicii .. rtuu man, Uncle Bobgood and faithfulof it9elf is This thoroughbred Stallion is offered for School Superintendent. Election in Aua worthy juuii" iu.iii, At.I mn mi - w. - ... uunmi aim a guarantee of work. derataud is comnetont for the i xj,u biii;ii oiijfc Fultonian at that time. A thorough apr24 -sale. His sire was out of a Canadian gust next. if viiiiiii itj iicii4 search was made at the time, aiu IIST place. draft mare and by a Norman horse. lie be'en trying to hit, and her bus-- ' hows a marked preponderance of draft on Miss Lucy Howell, an accom- band coming to" her rescue about i it was rumored that the trains t MUW lU OAVL MnMITV el with the spirit and action I Suyc him, plished young lady of Ballard that time lie stopped ins mail ca- the I. C. li. It., had killedclear but non ancestors. For particu. By coming up and settling your accounts developments the; w. lars, &c, address, couuty, shot herself through the reer with a bullet. Ho then quit- ron1 frnm WIm.,. "-- "" w. with us, or else you will be required to Jinv siiKliicioil. DEE REED. heart and died instantly, at the ted the scene of gore and as he settle with an officer. Ky. man hauling jra Hickman, Last Wednesday a -- ii Our enterprining new merchants, Chefs. Smith and Lee Ellison, left Wecucsday, for the large rities, whither they j: to buy a large and compleiuftock of spiiug drv goods, which they will open in Odd Fellows Half building, in connection with.fLeir present grocery establishment. These gentlemen, for tcars past. Inn e been popular favorites' as clerks and salesmen, and their large" experiwill ence and well approved-tast- e enable thein to select a splendid stock. They will open their dry soods department, probably by week. to-day Council I'roccudinjrs. ITiciuiax, Kv., March 9, 1SSG. tV-tL-e iOlQlMSlT rrrrrr w .AJtriD nsriEW. WBBS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Our Mr. Jackson line of is now in tlie market purchasing a full and complete' Ol'ilttKC ESIONSOItlN, CITY ITEMS. Ipring aad Summit EedgE UNDERSELL ALL COMPETITORS. ksor n, - n, - m f- "Js 9 1)1 Post-offic- Comn-on-wealth'- s Bros. e '. isjjrtM , dt-tir- KITES. poit-offic- e 1 - - m B for mi - EMMERY, ART VAIXE? non-politica- l. 1112. tht-no- f. WHERE I PRFSEXT ITS I iisbet, Groceries, MBS. JENNIE GARDNER , Courier IInrrll 5- new; firm. hae d wi d . mm m. atwanl! 1 LfTTUS, i . l'l'll"v ''V .wui., -- ftii? , ii - rai-se- a ! T V IT I tJL WAITED ! IE, Willi, '?- - s grait.. 2 i Keliloii: wm I c, ! ! ( 'Shot 5o,; - Three -- l,:f ""''Je; FETHE'S SALOON, J SONS. I Sliadrivk Foimtl. RESORT. 11-- .. i...: iL t r..n.. u. I ;..":...Ji.ii. "r","..,I ",,:; ,."""; -,- i..L.! i' I I J. W. COWGILL, DEALER Tn residence of her cousin, ilr. John WicklifTe, at YVickliffc, last Sunday. She was evidently very deliberate in the act, as she bared her breast to receive the fatal ball, ami snapped the pistol once before it exploded. left remarked that he had "shot a dog and three niggers." Vhethe or not the persons shot were dangerously wounded onr informant was unable to say. " 'i "wuar logs from Mcfarland's mill, dicov- orecLtllO body of the mirising mail within three hundred yards of his honift and about the same distance " from tho mill. He was lying on across his breast. Tho remains . e il VUUIIUl Ul CHSWUiC', SH3Si!!v .,.,, ,...,., Tl I . ,' ', i coup-recen- -- Cost," DRUGS, PLMJTBROS.&00. Trusses AND and will job to dealers only at Factory prices; aLo tho the best in the market. We also keep constantly on hand a choice selection of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Fruits, which we will .ell very low for the cash. Please call and see ug. FUCfcVA fc DcKOW. rrw 3 Tlhl SrM mi RnnaiiiVit 5fLl ?n rilL' ...... ...... .u ........ M I bUU Lbll Til II UU .1111111. U VUilM who are surprised at tho t TT ueii.xia.coc. leaving . Eighteen horses, by report, tactot with so h tie means should have been stolen from citizous in family was a the bottom between Hickman and remember that hono time fighting, i nor in nenernl and had Tiptonville, within tho past sever- Those m his back with his arms folded m INSURANCE. "K'Ww, IV AIM 1 MEDIUM A.Jrx illF'ftlBUu i MWimEa IK wnRRfeB rVRui Tl AHo&i&d Spettt . woro tnken to his home, vrhere an ..,-- -- llUUll ...... IU UVillii, .in. ntmned -- . if- - i re :tiM v tl al months. Several of them have been traced to the possession of innocent purchasers wlio . Jiad boight from- strangers. Evidently the same gang is doing all this horae stealing, and so far they fcve defied detection. It would be a good idea for farmers to organize for mutual protection, and it would also be a good idea for citizens not to buy or trade for kerses from strangers. - clination to speculate in cotton or oppress those over whom he was stationed. is claimed by his frieuds to be crazy on account of his pursuit of the inaccessible Michigan heiress. If so there is a method in his madness. He is in- and guarantee satisfaction. Kcspctfully, sane over her entrancing figure. Smitii, Ellison & Co. She is worth several millions in her own right. Senator Jones I will pay for Having bought tho stock of the following ten dollarg Maro the return of to Groceries of Case & Millet, wo 8 miles South described or for my firm, of Hickman, are prepared to fill orders for Gro- lion of her whereabouts. She is informd. 4 vears ceries at loicest prices, and will de- old, little white in forehead, heavy mane, liver goods to any part of the city which lies on left side ; branded oa left free of charge. Wo solicit trade shoulder with letter E. Strayed or itolen from the range in Lake bottom, about Jan. 10th, I860. W. T.BRUER. Hickman, Ky. 10 Reward. mi 4ii liiii & PAINTS .A.KT23 &C Ei Skill jitv- - TDHETflfir MrtoiHto- Silater- - LANDBUM DAVIS, ftjc., P. X. &c, &c. AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. riilite? esSHinp?SRpps &C. &C Bing night bell after 10 o'clock TIME TRIED A1TD FIRE TESTED. INIX.of Hartford. Conn ; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, - V a. - Just now opening our elegant line of Spring Dry Goods. Have already our Spring .Til Clothing and Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes on our counters. Will simply say that oui' lines of these goods are unexcelled, and Ave are affering them at cvy low prices. ,r v4- - We have added a V? i-- WEAR 2? E AND THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. fe IFtEIL.I.A.BI-.E- I 8 -- Ka m Office, at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. y it - . vr? - XyCoojre & Laadsr-xs- L Has a splendid stock of the very best make3 of all kind of Hard woro which are offered at ONE PRICE, and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly a3 represented. K t 4 r- m& ?:i Ti t r - rawiiv be; . t .13 S 1 ?, " 'C.T .-- - gr-.- Xrt--- " Iwy Goods husmess, and wwld be pleased to show you our goods and compare prices. 1nlr 2 Our reputation is too weU' known, to require a very elaborate explanation. All we sk is a trial. W . COMPLETE GROCERY line to our embracing evrything uvthe Hardware, Woodenware, Saddlery and Harness A T tTZf'j H : DEALERS IN STS MACHINE y ROOFING A SPECIALTY. f DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. Faucy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical use. AGENTS FOE THE Southern Normal School, bowijIi&tqg-:el:e-b:n- ". sftsr m rt sf i ''f ivrnwR. db Jtar..T'FT K A LEADERS AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. r - , ' v St S T i. WHITE 3?:RESCjElI3?TIOISrS A. S3PECI A T.T1T, SEWING rotrcUl, We dlearno'u,Tael. A'ddre8Sr jjps Eitablished in 1875.) th9cet.ti;TJ'.xtlterrT. C KexfiiWiniSpt 1,1885. lUtu lower than t anj goo ehol In for the education of voun rt n'1 facilitlea DepurtmenU kt. Micl of lilghwt character. Onr ! takP,"ur,n v referring partiea dejlring apeclat information toW. L McCutchjo ofHtckmaa, Ry. MJBIili v Wllilil M , rvy. Bow ttrn, : v -- r -? , v , -- i J jj&as. asLv 4- - j . "9 $1 'i. j 3 m&wjts couiasE. eon-thtu- a speMof war. to The Beginning of the End of our litis county to daprivc us of 'pedal to the Premiums OttcrtMl by b.te . chief means for obtaining a V.tSWl'P.pnv r What's to be Done? A a uu.uiu,,, .uarcii 3 "" Oniiiifoslom'r f Agrifui-lur- the Convict Labor System ivcliltood . JLUU twillllj IS Vl mnil tor mnntt. nC i FASmoARLK Tfie Pulaski county miners lor thc ticst SeeISjepoor and unproductive, tho coal istration ,in,,, ,..i .i Admiu- A. in Kentucky, eimciiM. Kepubto affirm that the convict V' mine b eing the laborers' all. 2fov. nn..n.u"ll xox J to the miners must go. G.Spe-eial.- J that the convicts have come, he DcnartmentR mt.it.. 41,r "nous Sjcial LorisTiLLE. March March 4. Col does not get this and he an d his Pranicfort, Oov. Knott, as ho is hound to 'ilioro is sl 6PCclc ot w:,r family must suffer. The legisla- istration of which by a DewiVS .Tno. F. Davis, Commissioner of SHOP. North Wet corner of Mem do under the law, has pent Jive Pm the Keutncky horizon. Gov. lure will do nothing for us and wo Agriculture, hasissuod the followic Executive they hope wHl r troops to the Knott tins inoriii5he,,tJlIUC8S:1Ce have concluded to take care of a ruilupe. S2lly A'enueu, Eat Hickmai, Xy . companies of State ing circular: poaliafaction guaranteed. D'EALER IV they to the General Assembly announc-JJis- r SSi0,ier in State of Kentucky, Office mines, to proteclsthe convicts, or ourselves. So long as thc soldiers their April. that. ii hail received official nen cratic jiolicv and 1.11111111. Bnino of Commissioner of Agriculratl.er to preserve jrno.' laitn vitn iuiornuition from. Iwis L. Craig, remain Micro win ue quiei. iiiu MiiiMi.iuii it win oe wen their acts in behalf of theonpti in ture, IlORTICTLTUKD AND STAthe conlractors,Pord Mason & Co.! Slate inspector of convicts at the 4ni.- all Kepnb TISTICS, Frankfort, March 3, for concerned to draw out tho1 licnn imrtv JU1 THE The maintenance and pav of tlieso Gii'immvuj (.0;li mines in Pulaski several months 18.SU. To the Farmers of Kentucky: BARTER GROCERY. in. i out after the inauguration ,u,lu,uo ;"." xmJ of Mr. With the view of directing the SEEDS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. "'.v, that a nioh had troops will cost the State thou-- ' jin iiiiitun in uiu mines wiiuoui ( levelaiid thev were e.cepili..rrK-away theic J. M. MONTGOMERY, fanners of MR. to bis frienda and th publl sands of dollars more than the..,,, with m vietr .'i dnviu" ti.o ine military protection, ami mat is : .......,. . ,.,t IIU.. WJIIKt P rn fiuti.yif 1.n:M 11. garue(J attention of tho obtain seed Kenjthe convicts eip,0c,t ,u lfcr tucky where to corn all thorn is nl, it." Thn trnriiw (Clinlon Street, Corman & Co'f Old Stand.) he has opened a new and fr.th State recovers from the contract, iiii-i: i;iiiursaiion, OUsenni ous ot the best varieties grown in tho Committees wereappomt- all kmda of Family Grocmim, aopplj k f i. "" "'V , v"""" wb'iek v manner, and svconli-in and besides the troops cannot be cd by the House ami Senate, who :.: tic State, the annual Corn show will xox- will sell as low aa the lowest. H reaww..v.,.., , UIU. uemeauor, haung ct 'in joint session, but were un- - tne commissary dy at all times to exchange OreeeHaa kept there all the time. 1.,.,. ... .. ...,..: uie"' r be held at this office on tho 21th deuartment will ,,r ,. ' cash prices for Duller, Eggs, The miners, and citizens wlio!:i,;!e to arrive at any conclusion IliivntnlnM.. ...1.l!.!....l o..,,,,..v.--. weaK man "' " " ,,",l Ullll a of March, 18S0. Ef-e- , ..v ... ....... ..... o....i:..ff any kind of marketing that Chiekt.s.St at a isidjourntiitr to meet next luesdaj. .... vw Tho following premiums will be the faiaiaj It isa nice condition 01 things and j.ll is .iii,..i ni.;r-- Tc .. are backing thorn, us rt that they friends may bring in. Tho bigkeei. aw was or iIumo a warded: First and second pre( ket price always paid. tne Kciitnciiy lcirislaturo is not ions and chief clerks aro as not blame the Governor for as follows: large enough to grasp the situa- gant, defiant and airrrpsRivnarro- miums at $lf, and 810 each for the J. M. MONTGOMERY A BRO O discharging his duty under the! "Resolved, that the conictsat tion. oD following varieties, vis: White Hir Ainlrctc when told law, and that they will make no Greeiiivnort he returned to and f 1' ran k- that ( US'trio WaS a COWard. harinn corn, yellow corn, bread corn, pied " the penitentiary at premium of 815 or mixed war upon, and find no fault with Tha Blair Bill. thu air that distinguish one who ufor best corn. A of sample hominv and and I have secured, perraanentlr, one tho troops forobeying orders, buti Tflis of the finent workmen in tho Stale, and will make joint resolution lies The IJluir educational bill was possessed in feo simple "Csusar's cattle corn, each. Each sample oling and tinning a specialty. they do fault the Legislature forever niioWy ,u'ertl,e rnlcs- 'l0 passed on its final reading in tho hand and Plato's brain." This'ap-plie- must be sent in a separate packMotto I will not be undersold, cren in larger cities & to every department, but age, marked with the not repealing the law authorizing 'legislature did nothing in the senate yestentv bv a vote of od name of the more particularly to that wfioso exhibiterand the name KENTUCKY 8TREET, the employment of convict in ".ergohir wliicb is eminently yeas and U noes. Before its head is Mr. of variety, Endicott. In tljjjiar and tho package may bo sent by passage additional amendments! constantly o hand .fayfclt : these mines, and that the very KEErs sale . kwore made, pro vidf0C that Wi Department thoro have Uten freight at the charge of this ollice. day theGovernor withdraws HORSES, BUGGIES fliver secretary ol thy mtcnln-bBACM.M. charg- scarcely any changes sinco Mr. Each Hning purchased theaad tatvToons they intnJ to force Crc-i- cv Cumberland u7uiug com- - ed with the proper administration Lincoln left it The messengers than sample must contain not less ;'. and entire outfit of W. atabla. koTts ears. Tho weather has B. Plana r and offensive in been so extremely cold we propose to continue the the withdrawal of the coiaictsbv I,iU,.v. The stockholders include of tho law,thrnugh the commission- are busies, aid that it is solicit patronage L.0"do1'' loading them on a train and send-"- Cincinnati Lexington England;- er of ediuution, requiring from eery particular, frequently iusult-in- questionable how far the com to gentlemen who have busi- germibh have . and Dan- each State full information on been affected by it. mg them back totfrankfort. viUe, mid I think the Cincinnati school matters each year, substi- ness calling them to that depart Too much caution, therefore, can TEISTN j - Southercn railroad owns These miuers claim that huusome ot tuting the figures of the census of ment. Tho Surgeon General's not be exercised in the selection a leading School in all matters of education of Young Ladies. No other school in dreds of them, with families to tiwwock. 1890 for those of JSSO when they Bureau is filled with Republicans of seed corn. South Miice It is my purpose to ISthorough and the war has had so great HncceM Parent can trust their children to W. DIESTELBRINK Teere are 200 convicts employ- - shall have been received, and pro- 01 tiio bitterest type. In that bu- purchase about 75 bushels support, were induced to move steady working. For liberal terms, addrest of the iu ,u these the mi- - viding that if any Stato declines reau favoritism is practiced bv thc premium corn for distribution, DR. W. E. "WARD. into that county, under the prom- - e" lierv5sion of the Mnfonl& or relinquishes its quota of the chiefs of division. If a Demo- through the members of tho Leglse of constant employment in the company, lessees of the prison moneys the amount relinquished cratic clerk is tardy in attendance as long as there was coal tb bor, who sub-le- t them to the own-li- shall go to increase thc quota of by one or two minutes, a record islature, in tho various counties. John F. Davis, space mined, and that convict labor ors of the mines, but the Mason t;iC States accentintr. A nnmlipr of the fact is noted, and he is . ..--,.. Commissioner. NOtrouble to name all arliel.s, bwi M & Foanl company look after the ot members were paired, to show goods, but the marked for reprimand, while Rems been brought there umi put andome and see, at the corner af Tiay nianag(iment, feeding s,nd clothing vote, as transmitted in the dis- publican clerks are given favors A Sample Statesman. to work m their places at wages of tho convicts. These mines patches, aU Moscow Avenue. East Hlckar, fj shows that only six Dem- and permitted greater latitude in FrHt.Vr.rt Cur Ldauvlllr T .t that no free men can earn a living, are located some six or eight ocrats voted against the bill, viz: the disposal of their time. EveryThere was a speech made in the Messrs. Cockrell, Coke, Grav, thing possible is done to make the that they can jiud no other em- - miles from the Cincinnati Senate recently which should be (Corner 'of Jachsonand Kentucky Streets,) in that section, that tho er" railroad, and the coal company Harris, Maxev and Wilson. Tho tenure of Democratic appointees own a branch road ruiuiiiig un to bill was passed by an overwhelm- uncomfortable and distasteful, preserved entire. It was the most ROCERY sod is sterile, barren, rocky and thc miucs. Mr. DaiMlrilJJ while Republican incumbents are causeless, the most promiscuous m. ing and significant majority. ef-- perintendent of the Greenwood mountainous forbidding any Below we give tho voto on thc fostered and favorod. Tho War and unblushing assault upon tho a H. C. Department, from stem to stern, queen's English that it has ever fort at agriculture, and that it is mines, says he was feeling badly bill as reported: (DAVIS OLD STAND.) been nn misfortune to hear. This Yeas Berry, Blackburn, Blair, is a hotbed of Republican offen only a question of starvation for and was lying down about o'clock All kinds of Senatorjnmped upon yesterday afternoon in STOCK, oat and out. Fine, atjliia BIGS for hire. sive partisanship, as much as tliem8cles anil .amines, o, driv- - 0f the iniuiup coinpauy. the office JJowen, Call, Colquitt, Conger, fin the days of Stanton andsoBel- - the grammar of his native land JUST OPENED, withjnew reasonable.; Patronage solicited. A man Cullum, Dolnh. Kusiis. Rvju-ikSTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES and tore it into smithereens. Pluing convict labor from tho mines, entered and handed him a notice George,- - Gibson, Hoar, Jackson, k,,al. It is to be hoped that s auallj kept in a In this emergency what is the signed by "The People." lie went Jones (of Arkansas). Kenna, Lo- - r1etari' is not aware of ral nouns weio Pitted against sinlonia, ft! Wt om prices. gular verbs and adjectives, and oat and saw assembled in the ."an.Mithonp. Mnmioi-srii- .....,... .,. i.tfl these things. If he is he is ex- 5 Mm.... .vi State to do? , r AA'Cr CAXDlEst ew York), Mitchell (of Oregon) jeeeedingly derelict, and should at participles wore linked with con- Mason, Foard & Co., having main office of tho mines a crowd etioas and adverbs and tossed men which he estimates at 200 Morrill, Palmer, Payne, Pu"h, Ran- ouco M' tl,at democrats in his of MJNCE.J1EAAT, T1CKLM made, under the circumsta department hae an equal show mto tho surging sea of words. It 6tr0ng. The mob, if such it may som, Riddleberger,SawyerSnoon CRANBERRIES, HOMIltY, was a an unprofitable trade with tho be termed, was made up of citi- - cr, xeiier, GBItt contonf ance, Van Wvck. with Republicans. with tho Etate, equally with the miners, de- - zens ot tho locality, tarmors, iiun- - Voorhees, Walthall, Wilson (ofj The Departments are so honey- language parts of speech, and the threw m the snonrn in 3D ac combed with bigoted Republican eire the law repealed, because it ers a"d lumbermen. They were Iowa), partisans tho representatives of thc first round. When he insisted ry orderly and generally sober, Coke, Fiye, "lugor, Cofl'ees, Hoaps, 4fcv releases them from their contract, The Fall Session will commence but grim determination was stamp- - jray, Hale, Harris, Ingalls, Jones Democratic newspapers aro de- upon saying "thorn counties is" a which they are heartily sick of. "Will not be undersold. etl every countenance. The ( of Nevada), Moxev. Plumb mul nied information regarded matters general titter rippled through the Will pa j full price for Batter, EgfC, & MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1835, ot news that is willingly and read- - lobbies. "I have saw" was deliv- If the State repeals tho law, spokesman told him they were Wilson (of Maryland;. ily furnished to ".thereby releasing the contractors, poor men, but honest, and that of erc1 witIt sncl1 earnestness and And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences Jlepublican papers. Tho stateofl emI),,asis t,,at a sympathetic jour- t,,e.v depended on the fruits of the convicts must be taken back C'levelamlN Rcceril. aflairs is discouraging, and it is to nalist wanted to move an amend labr tor their to the penitentiary and employed did not propose to snpport. They Mr. Plfvolnml ...ib vmi-ii-- l uiiuu l. uupeu .. ......., l..lDn,..-FOB ue . allow convict mat, 11 tne staoies aro ment to the language which would MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, tno second year of his ollice. He not thoroughly cleaned, at least a permit tho statesman to assault it r inside the walls or supported in iul)0r t0 them aml t,ei-at will. He announced with tragic idleness. 10 no eitner, win ue- - lanuliw. They gave him two and assumed the position under the Democrat mav be made as Continuing Five Months. to treat public oflice as a, fortablo iu his stall as the lienub- - sincerity, UI havo camo" and f hours to get the convicts TUT till r (met . t cessitate an expense of several ,..... t. ,.ol. , tu icoimt! nuiic-Hi- 10 ueaii in ins there was not a soul who had tho The course of studj. iuoludin,' thorough primary work in English branehea. Mathe..!?. LGsnoucsmaii was a powhundred thousand dollars to the aw!1 courage to dispute tho fact that matics, Latin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, me uepartment ot public service; erfully built man, well armed, Music, Drawing and. Calisthenics. SHate. ho "had came." His crowning cool and fairly taiic-iitarr. to give his own time and attention Especial attention is deioted to the preparation o atujtots for collect, acd young 111a iiutlc.1 ns ho riMjuirml iu SUSTAINS CLEVELAND ' chiovoment was tho expression, ' tho iDandridpre asked them to allow same of his subordinates aud asmy county Is the most moralest men for business. - h,m util Sunday to communicate The members of the Legisla0 in that eend of tho State." It sociates. He has, so "far as it lav Senator Beck Asserts That i it ,lu i. r, flir A ... rnnnillr ....i.-...nrA each .:i. U1 UUI11U1 asoui, tne mat in human power, redeemed his was a remarkable contest, and the 1U'"""J President's Position is ntfior fnr tlm ti.nn tlio liuc Imnn ' ter. jncr long paneying they pledge, lie has not wholly satis-fle- 1.UU ablo Senator deserves credit for Vfc v.ictv u.v.. tunsuiia-u-. j.iiv iiiuuiiiuu ieiireu. TUITION Unassailable. his own party or done ail koiup his sincere attempt to put tho consumed ou trifles. There are hut returned in a short time, and An- dWmlimgtoti SpecUl to the ;t Pau' (.!nb.J 3 0 English language in tho hospital Primary Pupils per month 128 members, and it appears that insisted that their deaiands be im- - of his leaders thought ho should i. " 40 havo done, but he has by his wise Senator Beck may not neree me reiimmiier ot the ncssiou. Intermediate " about 33 of these are really com- - mediately complied with. Dan-- ! and conservative course strength with the President on silver, but! uir Advanced 50 naiy honorable Senator feels petent and well qualified. The dridge went out to see them, and ened his party. He has done the PAYABLE HOSTXII.Y IX ADVANCE. is with him iu his controversy grieved and wishes to bo investi- toltl them it was impossible to ac wltM t,ie Senate. The President's' pated, I can give names and dates SS aro not able cede to their, demands. misfortune is tho B. O. CALDWELL, They most that any one could have done to agree, and hence the ICO in- grow somewhat restive at this, iui uiu general good and tne cred t refusal to give up the papers for ami will furnish reliable witnesses CALDWELL. ot competents are left to flounder and a few of the bolder snirits Thethe countryathoinennd abroad, which the Senate is asking is, he without extra charge. Hickmak, Ky., Ang.7, 18S5. 3m:B5a Take the foreign service has beeu much thinks, a matter of poliey ami not The Cl run til er' Lobby. around helpless and useless. The began to manifest symptoms of " 'K '" "'""'"'nimi violent intentions.! .., Dandridee o one can denv thnt. Newport Journal : It is beliov-tha- t . situation ot tne btate is serious lm 4nt,l ltk..- 4l.n iififi innin thn nncfi "These nancrs." ho said, "nre I. L. N, C & liihv. ttiui year has produced much good,l,ot on file. Xo paper is on file the bill which passed the Sen- aua alarming, and. what's to come fair compact with hint and ho we can't tell. If tho Legis-- ' mauded that if they were honest iiuit, uiiti iiiaxino wnoie aspect of, u,r v'"cn mo law does not pro ate several weeks atro makinir tho as they professed anairs m all branches is bettor1 vide a place. Can the President weeper ol a gambling house liablo lature would only pass the newitt a!ul to prosecution for felony, will not than one year ago. Those Tue destroy these papers if ho revenue bill and adjourn, there J e' th$ .6hould keel) that. co- - are most opposed to him do who (That is the best test as wishes?, his'.l,aRS tnc House, the gamblers to not in strong force and with tho might be some hope. to deny his houesty and rights. The President cannot , LTuVand ev a sincerity of purpose, or his en- - etroy any paper which is on file necessary war ammunition to do- the solemn and assurto carrv of The State of Kentucky is in a ance that they would return Sun deavor he promisedout all the re- - rendering tho departments without ifeat ll wIl0u t comes up. forms himself liable to punish and raise the' HoriM nP a fiv ofnJf il Vnt o .11 .day atternoon to destroy the build- During tho Presidential camiw uiu Aba .iul iiiii puonc service above the basis of ment under the law. Suppose ho paign there was immense amnso-men- t spoils and party service. should take all these papers rela XOICall on nearest Ticket Agent iu the republican organs over lslature imcompotont, or uuwil- - lence. Gov. KnoU has issued his ting to removals and make a bonOral-it'fire of them ? Could any one stop the size of Mr. Cleveland's collar. Or Address tiyDrawingB, Plans', full Bpecifications 1iato ererrthing needed; (urnlahed, and entire ling to agree on any revenue proclamation to tSe people of Pu- Ifloimmciif. him or punish him for it 1 They Just now those organs and their cost accurately calculated. Lock and Kejjob solicited. The committee appointed to xneaaure.tne Governor forcod to ,:SK, counij, reciting that the con Then these papers senatoiial friends aro moro troublFits. Agt., DalUi. Tai.. m call out the militia, at Heavy ex victs aro legally cmnlovoil. o.,t; raise the Grant monument fund ot could not. aro not on file, and the Senate has ed than usual over the sizo and tied to the protection of the law one million dollars have W. L DAKLEY. pense to protect the convicts in made a no right to them. Xo one has activity of tho presidential boot. O. P. s T. A.. NqKI1I and warning all persons to desist pronounced failure. FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., H!ekV. Hut little the mines, and everything going from molesting them or those in over one hundred thousand dol- any right to them but thc persons The Owensboro Mescnger says to the demnition who wrote s Presigen- whose charge thejare. He closes lars has been B1CKMAN MARBLE WORKS raised, and the com- dent wishes them. If the card in Mr. Chas. S. Walker, of that citv. ho can put a with the words: "riio majesty of mittee are et ally! quarreliugand accusing the papers tomorrow, announcing has withdrawn from the contest MANUFACTURERSOF ' "u matamed at all each other of indifference and in- that ho will for appellate judge of tho district. niCKMAN, KY. To hack this hazards." return all those pa assertion Fountain Fox BouiuttIii like- he has called ont four companies activity. One cause of tho fail pers to tho writers. 2s o ono could ' This leaves Judge Bennett, of ure, and perhaps the chief cause,' Sinithland, and Judge Dulane3, of ly working for a sensation, but if Ul oiiiiu iiuupirom tias citv lirevont his rlriiiir en. Tlio Soimtn Bowling and io uiu uuuei mat the PrOpQSed (.mild Green, tho only contcs- m.,L-t tl.n l.nt he succeeds in nassincr tho tu-- one from Lexington, all of whom monument is to bo moro an nrnn.l ' . .... ' .. ... in iisiiiprs. toll tnnts. ...i ., . wiium nn remriiPfi I"'" ...i ... DEALKK JM bills through the Legislature which i"r Ilmlr e command of Col. ...tui. .uiu uuieRL ni .nttrniitlnn T : . . l'"' wuatwasin them. The law says Gen Now York City than a ...V..'-he has introduced lately, he will erai, anu are S5ndjnt.nil.t proper Italian and Ahbrican Makbls may remove in his lA,c i'tbidc timonial to Cards make a more enduring name at tothomincs. The Lexingtonbv rail- the people fio. nM,t iL:,i MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GB4Yfc i,ijn..Ml (lls.c,etioii. These papers concern comat lanro- do than any of his constituents, pany has with it a Gatlin gun. ... tumiy monuments. only that act of removal. ,Vhoth-e- r Some of 8TONE8. ""The Brat was to reduce the jmleage SiiejJ8 he beS"'m"n of the end tu D. G. PARK, the President peaiest men the country has right of removal abandoned that 8tem in his letter to of members from fifteen to three Stf rkig c- - produced havo simple stones to HAVING received aflne lot I of AW, .'"Z3LJlESiVI3iBBn Italian Warble, 'as r Curtis is a question of policy. ATTORNEY AT centg per mile. The last is couch."picts ini. theIIImines oron ",.,pui ,a8t r.eat"ff-PIt-e- , 'if pared to fill all ordiri. Call and x t..,.,-- i l and As rtlMII lll'k iayItF contracted forUllfl Tltn- yet n,iieir will live in historv is a matter of right, the Senate names - - KY. BAYFIELD, ur work. ed in the following language : who have not entitled to these papers." their la- ns long as that of Gen. Grant. Orders from the eoaatry proBpijp Senator Beck said further that In Active I'rnctlceHluccMnrch, 1S77. "Whereas, It appears from re- Dor will probably recognize and j26 liable information, which struck read aright tho handwriting on the Cmtlug Dov. u President all these WILL practice in all of tho Salaries. if he had been or at least those First Judicial District, the counties Appel this House like a cold wave from wall. Col. Joe. F. Foard, of Nash From 31 1. Storliug Cxzette. and in the MAEVIN COLLEGE, no nan themselves the distribu- late Courts of Kentucky. the frozen zone of poverty, that ville, is a member of the Mason & L..U ijuyibiaiure is attempting to y tion of patronage, should havo septlS-lthe bottom of the State treasury Foard company, emploviuir the economize by beginning at clinton, tho m been reached, and that our convicts? at tho mines where tho wrong end of the line. A bill has gone long ago. Spring term, of six jnoaths ooffiBOMBfi "They call it Ho tho vietor bepoor old pauper mother can not preseut1roub!e8are. been introduced, making a sweepJAXUAKT 4ib, 188. longs the spoils,1 " said he. LER pay her day laborers; and whereing cut in the salaries of the State "It is H. A. & R. T. not a question of spoils. Faculty full and competent Gorero- as, she protected us in our infancy officers. DEAI.EK It is a ment rigid, jet just. Fatroaage aojieitod. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' Louisville, March 7. Spe- yer can make moro Any good law- question whether the President therefore, be it cial. a special from Greenwood, than $2,000 by shall havo J. H.CALLOWAY, Pre.j uReoheJ, That we will not associated with him his practice, and will fcer in distress, but will con- - seat of mining troubles in Pulaski tho position of Circuit not accept people who are in sympathy with HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY. county, announces that cverthing Judge, or him, and who will attend to nil business entrusted luiue vu serve wimout compensaore an.airot SaDDath quietude Judge of any of tho courts. If his administration work to make T their care tion, and will remain in session una Rnn.,naa wo want crood. honest. iiririiii n.wi c; When the inhabitants of DEALER IV Office would not try to run a Furniture Factory, til the autumual insects shall that my little mining hamlet, perched learned Judge wo must pay them clerks were trying to bank if me. nov8.'78 plainly predict our approachiug upon down JST PRESCRIPTIONS CARh JA 5i COilPOUNHJBDl-m- k Otherwiso tho x would not run a Groceries; the summit of tho Cumber- goon salaries. farm if my man-agshysters and lawyers land ranore. rose this lnornfiif it. was trying to down me. It AND ALSO. will be elevated was to hear the of.the simply because ourto such nlaons is the President's duty to appoint Nets, Seinerf, Lines, Hooka, aad aHJklnd best men will to those oQices, on L. or Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at alms MlV.vs uae &ot nP a Prohibi- drum and notes of the bucle at whoso admin- C. tion bill far the whole State. A the artillery camp. The Stato decline to offer for them gnin. Groceries and Family Gapplieefes istration the success of the GovATTORNEY Ar LAW vote is to be taken at the next force, to the number of 150 men, erally. ernment largely depends, persons Xnthlngr Better KxpecJeU. jeuerai election, and if a majority nuder the command of Gen. J. B. Stanford Journal: Tho revenue who are in political sympathy with FOB THC Collector, Real Estate Agent vote for it, prohibition is the edict Castleman. had arrived at an earlv bill, which LOWER and LOWER. Auditor Hewitt has hi m." ur me wuoie state, but if it does iour and quietly gone into camp, spent much time in HICKMAN, KY. All kinda or Groceries kaif,fidtte& perfecting, and net carry in the whole State, it "without disturbing or beinsr dis wiucn lias been approved To Tho Point. as cheap as the ekeapest. I will aet be W&T Will attend promptly to all busl bv the undersold. JOHN WITTIKS. hall be in force in such counties turbed. How long they will re- Committe on Padncah Standard: Tim most ness entrusted him in Southwesteri Revenue and Taxa orjnsticea districts, iu which it main at greenwood is ono of the tion, Kentuclty and Northwestern Tennessee .appropriate, though perhaps not less ESTRAY NOTICE, A GOOD EDUCATOR IN THE FAMILY. Specialattentiong'iTentothoinvestiga receives aajoritics. Questions to bo settled hereafter. at the receivesof the consideration the most satisfactorv resolution hands House than tion of Land titles, and the purchase The situation, as stated by an Taken up as a stray, by Lake L. Seitthr tho merest local bill. But who can that has been offered in the GeneReal Estate. I"jan8 on hm farra, six Bailee east or seuta ot citizen of Pulaski conntv. expect better of a lot of monkeys ? ral Assembly, is tho one by Sena- sale of The Fraukfort- - correspondent 8 thW Fresh News and Choice Reading 05 all Subjects, Hickman, on tee State iiae reai, ia Fates tor Feland to adjourn sine die ou i "Wo do not blnmfi tho county, Kentucky, ire kead of aogs, twe fthe Hasgellville One of the eastern republican All Fools' Day. npottcd rows, each Barked witk swallow says: It i8 a very rare soldiers for coming here. They MARKET REPORTS A 8PECIALTY. merely DXI..A.. fork in left and half crop of or right ear. thw tfcis winter to see a Senator well obeyed orders and will bo organs says "Blaino is still in tho One sow ehoat, same mark; twe wkie treated while here. Wo do ring." die somebody inform us If there is any one thin? in Ken PHYSICAN AfiD SURb'EON, or a member undnrthn ,nH.,..- - not . Liberal premiums offered for clubs. Sendfor oar nrpm;n m ,. hoat, one male aad oae female, aaaiark blame Gov. Knott nor tho of any time in the past twenty-fiv-e tucky that KentneUians are not HICKMAN, ed. and valued before me by Hardea Pate; ;1 wanted everywhere. Address, KENTUCKY f the siukinc fund years when ho has not been in the proud of are not is the two sows at five dollar eaea, aad fce THE AMERICAN, SerTices to l"u er their action, lint we do blame- rnicr. or. jit least,J -in n. hnlf rfnron tho best andtho world,insistingthei rFERS his Professionaland vicinity. three sboatsat oae dollar eeefc. Qinm in bf into v.v. it is the citizens of Hickman e vx e earnest- of them J legislature. uader ray haad, Feb-- 9, lew. legislature. janlC-'8iwuvuie, lenn. B. a, MUIHILL, J. F. 0. c. Courior-Journnl.l ly petitioned it to repeal the law, under which convicts can bo sent The Office-Holders- ." r A TATK . d'OZlX SBIO W. mmmm 1 o !1 ' li,, mmw w.j,AjkJ.v -- w ?wuwj.w Courier-Journ- al O. B. KINGMAN, B00suNDfii.Mim .. -- ' , "'' Hardware, Tinware, IC or-ani- zed ! . ; ,ics i I '".".. 1 ' , . .. ,r log-rolliii- " , of-d- o sryfckiag d ' I tVii-.- , J.f1 ROOFIITG, Ac. DD. WARR'S i,ei-llR- a sale livery stable - s Faris Parker, thiirlrratr 1 , Tl.04JL.,.,..4ffln-;,- g E32E IHST.ARrX'" NASHYILIE, M78 17 - Family Groceries. es e - -- Stall -- Soulli-plovme- nt jgAHttY HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, JUDGE. " wiso-loukin- g . Sec-Endico- tt I 1 7 .. j W. G. KINGMAN. " firat-clas- i x octG0-l8S- i j -' catch-as-catch-ca- n ( ,.,.,' i Na--Cock- rell, quo com-spondent- ' 1 u I , j com-pledjr- e one-hal- ..- 1 li: ; NASHVILLEg Ohattanoog Book-Keepin- g, . .. 1 i 0 w- V- ..-.i- u .o 1 d Atlanta, Florida ag-h- e 1 SO VZBIAST f MAHY ' eiiu-iene- i i iit-i- n 1 de-ofi- t, J. D.fMILLAED & SON, HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. -- iy - -' law-abidin- g, I j be-attem- pt I n' de-jin- K .ichitvDt:, Builders Contractors, iiy FAVORITE v am mjm. mm a . bow-wow- HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. t.. I m n . ,.! 3B.cj.n . ' Professional JJet . ". C7 w Jvs. -- itj .. Hickman, Kentucky. ofllce-holder- s, -- THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOJUBE, -- rr. TI de-e- rt to-da- y. WE DMGUIEDICIl rilllS Al 3r DFn-STUF- FS, icy. F. E. CASE, one-hors- o er Family rat-tat-t- at RANDLE. ONLY ONE DOLLAR Weekly American . Herald-Euter-pns- e l. FARIS. .. bUl-S- -- - --- - . 0 1 - 0 '11 $1 JSfe u Mi U.j&&& - $g - i,tK.',$ A V Yfe,, j -- . 'r GiStU u "r A4e . a5w. f l lygl