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Hp., HICKMAt COURIER Xlio Oltlesst NewNpapcr ni ' &B J5 - With A.I.E NeatneMitDispatck. ' w BILIA, Mm TMfcwlU'ent.BextaoortoqtyHall. OKOROE "WARREN, Editor. JPKICK LTTKHBAD ESTABLISHED. 1859. EXTRAORDINARY Drscomlln to tlm tVlI.tr. tv Tf.jp.Door I'uIU, Ilfdclhiix.i WonUiuu.penjJjjt I'j lllb Head. Boston, Ma.. March 25. Yesterday afternoon while Mrs. Ja. Hardle, rjf Mnton, ms atMork alone m house sh oc casion to go to her cellar by a trarHlooren- iraneo, 111 going down stairs the traii-doo- r felrjust intimetocatch her by thaheadahd it hold there two and a half hour?, bhe suffering. terribl, until hbe rinallv 1ocani IIpr.little sjiil feund slier uucotiscipns. when sliecamehomefrom school and lifted thtf dooriHAs she did so Mrs. Uartiio fell to tlufccllarhtiUoni. The little girl alarmed a iieighbonwho .went to her,nssibtinco and cilled a doctor'Mre. -- Hanlie "remained unconscious for some time, and her life was despaired of, but she, rallied Under tho treatment she received," and may possibly OP SUBSCRIPTION. 31.50. 1.. - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KOT ENDED. 's KEtfTljgKY, i CNtorn TCenr.icUy INVITATION 070.. FRIDAY, APRIL 2. JSS6. VOL. XXI.- -' rn;aDR stR TTr ' ft STa .!.! h -- GLADSTONE it The View- - of aMHacbaJpnulIrnn I.ouUrille l.c.lf ToImcco Market. Leader, or Some Einmivmtnisted "Ve quoto 1&S5 tobaccos as follows for nl"' V,,art;h wr The bill YA- ,.m. Tlin.eAdvanc'--to- r 3 Gould Says That Powderly Jutop-o- d Br,,D,n1lf i?"1'10 or "enerol Hancock a full weights and sound packages: . Knur.. pcnievorr,aa year was pael to a Conclusion. UOllHIS . I larf'tf. a ml Ufa vii. resoWBon at inquiry in reganl to the Viutn- Jur. OJSfc ,1 m M 2T. 4 00 RI beroire-mva- ls Trash Somo "prcceuonw ,uanis Hord-shi- p of fotnthehws postmasters Howe Rule Co Take tlio Frcccilcnco of the 00", fi f 3 003 73 Common lugs lack's resolution In relation al?.it0.- oi customs dues in coin wns Metbiim lugs Fruitless Conference itetwrn Gould anil of Vermont negldkinchi4rx 2Ti 5 S'jft 5 75 3 "&S t ' to iDcriv wui Laud Question. 6 tTj 7 0(1 . 4 4 W the ltourtl. rcferreo lauiho Financo Coiuuiitt Mr. Good jugs.. M in his great report or meirton in his 6 sva 7 CO 1 5oft 5 TO Lopao nni to increase tho pllicien nfllw. Common leaf . ... naro- - wwi aicov-erc25 "greatest effort, 7 rm r 0i3 fl 00 ariiiyAfeiicuRsed. Petirtintr action the Meibum leaf And In his righteous wrath declare OH Owdqjt, March 20. Gladstone appear1!! ti WKTeti 7 0046 8 utoruiBff iwnr expired and the Kdmunds Good leaf lawyer.They are The I'resiUcnt s unlquj by a Uoaton i .. the House of Commons this WglO CO is foair. co Nrv Yojik, March 2J. Thd spirit of exulSelectiout uhlqua resoiuiwuiwere taken up. Mr Jackson afternoon. Correct the man 15 00218 00 intercating f ragmeiitft ,.& Hurley wrappers r constitii- Who can't he broke or bsnt. tation which filled tho hearts of the Execujistcrday Mr. Gcorco fftef errinE. to tho announcement mndo in foIIowrtatMJMorBan Or bribed oc bullied; wholn short. took the floor. Amotive Boardjjof tho Knights df Labor this his behalf yesterday by Sir William Ver- tiouat history, thotigh'nf value for I'trreiliilgs of the Legislature Don't, weaken for a cotit." tion toco into exicuth e session was opposed EitANidrortT, Mardh 30. Bills tho information of the boW author of bj MrvV'muiiiKwlth a view to fixing a day morning soon changed to grave anxiety. Senate. .aian Harcourt, Mr. Gladstono said tho ' Wsis nrecd that Jn At last, troy find they'vp stVucka oil lor a I When Wm.0 McDowell called at Gould's tho passed: Providing for filling vacancies ctatement he would make April 8 Mould , LajEf mean tojswervc; Who doe-n- 't tho oOice or Judge of tho Louisville Law and tlie literarv and oratont ForKs men- time M'!U'e,uxid. AtSjp iu. tho ollice at 0:30" o'clock this nionung he . take the form of introduction of a bill for adjfcrnw. knowl-nA man w no s got the .Jackson oyt, 72?? Equity tJrjurt; amending and reducing into tioncd. His Lordhipv was not so favorably lhipiessed with his Ami got the Jackspn nervov to city of I'aducah; eiliro include everv tufST. jrCJft tho futuro Government of Ireland. Tho IIot'.-lil- K were rcportwl tg establish a oueiffl'lawB relatingGcneralBtatiites,knowit in iVo matter though the galo may tflPr1 NatlonnIjwa for reception as he was with the reception stock: to establish Amending chapter 2t, announcement produced a sensation. It owners or dogs igiiomnce of them.lgpd: ap doubt Till nl tne s i Is be rent, ? - . . a llureioivPuiilIt-IIeiiltto amend the act asthoIoiflaw. Permits tho accorded him at Mr Gould's house Sunis now believed that tho Premier has in recover. There's one thing sure tho President " them ases-e- d as property If ver them estahllsjliifa Uureau of Animal Ifidpstrj ; to Have amending an Hct establishing they so n.issed his penetr.itmgioy a State Won't w eaken foe a cent, day Mr Gould gave McDowell to underdeference to the opposition in his owu party, to extcfr ' svstem for the inuneliavCdeKv-er- j doslro; w ben lie prepare u nisjw-- 1 id prece- Boton PoL Health; authorizing tho establishHoard laws, ment ofboards in cities or of lten; lt,rcpealihe elecirted to abandon temporailv nt least, stand that there had leen a misconception thousand In- dents; but ;ti tlmv vvoan- serve tin of to previse ftthebntform instnict.oil of tato lus scheme for buying out the landlords of AN EXTRAORDINARY- 'DUEL. of lu's telegram to Mr Hoxie. which was er. WHAT IT MEANS. militlatWDHvIdiVty the eipntable classiiieii- - habitants and ov passed. Ireland, and Mill mnke home rule in koine Ijicorporatipg too noblo purpose of ,jir.'iCatf'f martialiy Hoi sb. Hills sejit rumda night Mi Howell Mi cer- u ,!iiIifcrtioiiipgiisuti)n of hiaU-ryOhio, Kentucky nnd Virginia Uuilroiwl toriu, pure and simple, tho basis of his Irish A Frenrb and an American Min.ui Vlglit once returned to the Astoi House ami i at j; teel :icm. . n 1lul lapsiuiVUraSnlsCXevrlmta rXv - . county of tlte truth ofins on tho Vlcld of Waterloo. mpr,erlng tno nnd ut.lll rtViniWnln.oinljir. 'I III proposals. A more careful study of the hUir nut, as Hoard, ferred with the General r,nnn.M TWu'n. tnl.. iircMlnn C.SCII 'Z . .a.i.f s.. nil . h;ui(Ilvritlna.-jn)u.IIuU- iil ' . ..,, I. IIIW, J......-.l...T..fc- . y i .r. i. ........ statement throws doubt ur.on tho Lovnov. March 25. A duel Mas fought and two of Hie iiieiiilier 12xemtiereturned iii mir JltiCdMta., w tnewttn-- ! at onee I.II.IMWWWI.111 .J. fri tn'ttolr,iirfu1mimimi --.. Ielief that lh t issed tuTuhorJUiy claims bill amounting i..i.,.t, t ful 1. JloDowcllto Mr. Gould's office The onjuie ueiiuiLjji aieriootcvaayyLUevcDiiu parrot ins arrogant asseruonro not t.i f its,ai, t1c iju'mu appropriation bill w as till end orscssleiu. jf,.w,paper ami nplitical wits have . li notAT'of conierence men was snort, ana an adjournouidrass7TrthTiTbo estants being Mme. Valsayre, Kmk-miiTMarch 22 bEMTE In tho w taKi n p, and tnueh time i.tiisumiil in v.w. J !. llll."'V.i bill. Mr. ChamWrlain trance, and iliss fahelby, An Anitrican. ment was had until 3 o'clock this afterPT73 pas a revv I without much eilect, been Senate nothing was done except diMc r raided ainiinst certain Raid tho di&eusS'on in . stituti iiial histoty, it is worth wiui to Intsi'v, but noon, the hope being entertained that at j iiuovicauug items eonfcreiKe n port on the urgent bills prohibiting tne sale oi The duel was tho resint of a dispute on the that hour Mr fp.vw.f no kintr tun at l'reaiueiu vvieveiano. xor nT.r;nif.,rii.,.;ri.,rnrn...t;nn :i uaoiner. council only intensified the , IB certain Jistncts. bwdeily might le well ............ ...... ditliiPtcj bill w us and at 4 4p m "of trench and American enough to attend. At H 20 o'clock, r, relativomerils the adjourned. now:tv", .. Horsr. Tho bill known as the "Gambling the historic facts that he found it con-- J . iisjnr the .nlir.ts'c " innocuous desria- .,,- lt s feniale 'uOcfors. After a stonny altercation W vsjm,t,,n Turner and McDowell en'y'tiuauuas. jv. nnai 21 Mnrch MJ.ATF -- The bill" was called up this morning, and was conto suppress, to the 8 woubt probably bo Iniido tho coming euort between. thojdisputants, Ime. Valsayre tered Jay Gonld's ofliee without Mr because to Meek PuiiiiiMprdjncriil replied to a roolution sidered Mr Cox moveelor recommit present. venicnttirst is a "precedent" that was tudo" in his latd niesiiagc'' Hie to effect a coniWMmio between the 1'rtm-te- r threw her glove in Miss Shelby's face and a members The words ot tho small number About 4 o'clock the cotiferenco United btates jSenatei callinfor information In rezard to the and tho disputants in the Cabinet duel was forthwirth arranged. r The motion was lost, Mr. Mulligan s amendfouiiti-cliisThe ended Subsequent inquiry at Mr Gould's made m the resign of "Madison, and is I'ostmasttrs bj iMioNon Mr. Ixpscben. denied at Windsor this eventliurmsli the intoi iiiation in two or ment permitting the selling of progre-s- . was taken from a book called "History of arc certainly notv the most common weapons wer1o,s words. Jlissohtslbj' was olHce was answered by the following vtlilie the races are in ing, thrfcojjg. Mr an Wjek's resolution in been ,n,,noncd n5 slightly Mounded on, one arm. The statement, of which Mr. Gould was the in our language, and they may never price of frss In the District was adopt d. and all other amendments voted the Appointing Power:" Councillor by tho Queen for author Mr. Powderly hiK evidently four seconds Mera'Apacncans-ajTai'latte- r down, and the bill passed as amended bv a have beeu before used in such n ii rrtjl lifter some d A petition 1 lie dismissal of the Postmaster General, advice Later. Tho Govern expressed themselves as satisfied that the the ntennfng of the telegram nuys. Those I rem revote of considerable auiiluu against 4K jcas to f. Hoertz, Jrfck-o- voting Gul on Granger, cau-e- d m Coist. fthc t PnelUc Hut they are very s tUI'IKirters have been privatelv as duel had been conducted fairly and that that was sent on Sunday night to Mr MulIt were Messrs. the enje) of uiiotfcndinu official circles. Contrary to tho close connection. re.itinctit cured .that the Government's Irish "pro France's honor had been upheld. Hoxie. ( OITutt. Tho following mark in "Our position is that this Scott They possess shades words. to liiiicniis ivlerred to tint Committee on ligan. Myers, the billand full. "Act to .emend w she's ot the President, he had appointed or rramme has been settled bv the Cabinet. In stnko has been m n condition for arbi1 H'n isiAtliurs Uebatowas rismiifil on the is a cop or which no other word or tlie important position or postmaster The Homo Rule measure m ill be introduced bill to inert rs the tfllcieiie of the arinj article 1. chapter 47. entitled 'Gaming.' er lhil.lelnliiii Ilr l.leh. h nersnn w lto hlld long of meaning no othor words wonld tration all the time We have had Secretary Manning's Condition. 1'' iiillninctmii the mnrnlii'r hour expired GcneraUStatutes: That whosoever, with fo,IowHl immediately bv tho land The poess, and nn agi cement with the workmen for some openb cpposeil to Mr. Mndlon. Tit ?r2. nnsures, if passed by the Washington, March 23. Secretary Man- turn that all differences were to hne been 1 In LdnuiHis ii port and resolutions wi re without compensation, shall set up, carry on Preside nt not but regard th's as an act have 'pri'ssed the exact logical and ix l.iki ii u Mi rs Morgan, Mitchell. Hour. or conduct or shall nid and assist in setting ot hostilit toh'mstir. and, having long sua House of Commons, will l presented to ning's physicians are not at ajl encouraged siilnnitted for arbitration before am stnko occupying-thI iliiiunb on or conducting a As legal idea at the time tip, earn Mr anil (.ray made speeches the House of Lords together. Chamberor lie had his Iriendshlp, he dismissed! him by the symptoms of their patient. should be resoi ted to Manager Hoxie has machine or other Presidential mind. In reference to tho a imrhift got the door tor removed tor not after lain and Irevelyan Mill Cabin enntrivnni'o used In betting, wherebv money his friends protested, and a resolution was p utialiri'i mi nt to take a vote on r riilm Among Mr. Manning's'closest frfends it is this matter in hand He hts full control, e aet of 1867, and to tlie inet until ihe home bill remain tho lost; or has nui be won tabled. known that there is great danger of a sec anil the matter must be settled with him Hoi 't The t oiniiiutcc on .Naval AtTatrs or other things compensation, or percentage or itilroducejd iu the Senate asking tho reason present act on the same subject which We are just w here w were before Snnda s Gladstone dispatched a messenger to the shall Tor rejectee! on the for his dismissal. It was reported Imel. a resolution, which was .olopt-eiJV tilttlt.lt. 1'ieslileut ond stroke of apoplexy, or paralysis, and et up, conduct or enrrv on a ground thai the Senate had not the right to had never since its enactment in' its VJiieen this eveniugMith an impoitant comloiiimihiiiein nfereiice" Gould and 1'owderl) will iitSog upon the -- ei re lar ot the Niuy game The Executive Boat d of tlio Knights of of curds wherebv. mono or otlu r thing tn ike such uiiineiulrj. Uis the only instance munication. Mluch it is believed has refer- all are filled In have another conference present con to for inltrtDHtion in n panl to tue tho graves08ero Lalmrhave sent out tho following tele- ditlon ence to the home rule question. tiny be won or 1ot, or shall, with or without In the early histor ot (he Government or an present form in I860 been applied reSt Lm is, March 211. --The strikers have gram ettho new cnnsiTs A resedutlon was compensation, percentagnoreommis-slon-. this expectation It is a fact that Mr. Manaid attempt to question the motives of tho Presi- restrict the President's power of ailoptel culling u the rceeiveil no sjiecillc instructions as jet in anoiis abinct and abet in setting up.conductiiigon or carryning Mas warned by his physicians soino Martin Iron", fha'nnan Kxceutiw board, nlHie'rsfnr intonniitiiui concerning the dent in rcxard to removal. ' moval or suspension from ofliee he to resuming work, but they say on A. N. KELLOGG. strokeof that it will be impossible for them to re- St. bouts: President Jat ttould hascoii.eimsl months ago, that he was liable to a id substitutes m the ilcpsrt-i- ing lor a gamesosetup.carried The next is an oflicial opinion by said: percentage or commiscompensation, to our proposition for arbitration, and sr telenis L'nunimous eimsent was gtcnthat sion shall lie lined Ave hundred dollars and Danid WdMcr, Secretary of State iu with the ( ut Hoxie Onlcrthe men And so it happens that, atter a period of Detfc or the OrlRln.itor of tlio AUkillaiy apoplexy. He conferred ofttce.The rresjdent turn ltefore Wednesdaj- nionung to While graphs President the executive board was in session night to resume work at once. Hj order I'.iecutUn an iinlej mivlit be maile allowing the Itgis- - costs and confined In tho pebitentmrv not Ie and desired to lvsjgu his ars of almost Innocupusj nearl twenty Iiliorlo report for action tor than one nor more than three cui, shall be the reign of 1 j ler: ' I'ubllaliliiK ltusiue. lit Hip United begfred him to remain until after the closo a telegram was received from Powderly Hounl. T. V. PnwtiKiu..G M W these laws are brought forth, ap lation fcr the purpose of providing annlication for office or letters re- - desuetude, the repetieu as wen conviction and be Tor "Rut deeme d Infamous after mo ore; Mates. of the session of Congress, and meanwhile sa mg that complications as to the methods parently The Executive Boitrd also sent out tlio arbilr.iiufl in strike's on rflllwajs. Executive everthereaftei disqualified from exorcising spoct in appointments or conversations, held pealed, and put in tho way or an atlMn-el- in Chicago, JIarch 25. News has been re- to rest and care for himself. .Mr. Manning of arbitration had uriseu and that another following telegram itsortisl granting the consent of Con - ig.wiliiug. tr ,u...m tted. to ...--- . wmi iiuiiv uiais en suca saojcci Br,. not olllthe right ot sunrugtwiilii iroin noiuiu,r;iij The our ceived of tho death, at Tbomasville, Ga., consented to do so, but afterw ard suffered conference would be held tomorrow men proceexl lings, am tain noil.r prollt.whetherit beStatc, To the Knlphtso! I.alKjr now on ttlkeln enss ti tlio construction oi brulgi s$1j.W0 methods or :")"''. improvement in thev.u adjourned Mith a . attack of dj spepsia and iu of the Southwct. President .la Oould has eon nuvigatfo rivers, andofanroprniti lgbudding coiuitv, city or municipal The judgment In- be iiihiiu to of Mr.. A.' FTellogg, presi.leutof the AX somnin. severe again conferred with tha lord and thoy without ordeiing the the public , for tlii'fiiipmve-iiien- t , , . to work, will not Ih until further sentrd to our proxrition for arhitration. ami and liroi.t.l i. unless, after tho no.uin.UIou of """ convict! n In every case shall recite such at Iiidilnapolfs. The loiign uii.il bibrar Kellogg Newspaper Company. The de- President, and tho latter agreed to acwpt instructions are received from New York. A. Critical t:.;tliijuuucm. u. mo ou.uou so telegraphs famy and disqualification, and shall not be sulIi Krson so writing or conversing, tne HoAlf. Pursuant considered during the such to tel irraphic instructions sent tothetH.or-t:ia- bin itmrblil wasno ite tion was taken morn- vali'd without such recital The provisions President shall thluk proper to lay before tho shows the fitness of iu use. To comceased had been an invalid for many his resignation or give him an indefinite ing hewr, but The of this section shall not Include nor D A. UI, j ouure diof About this time yearsfcd of late was unable to devote leave badnbsenc for the better, and Man- ESCAPED A FRIGHTFUL, FATE. rect eilKxccutie lioanl at once Per ord r IndNn ijipropiiutioii bid was taken up and be applicable to persons who pla at such Seuato ' or such conversations03 mence at the last word iirstvit may be HtuUtcr, rvl- - 6V, p to resume work conning turn "desuetude," while lsseil Ttie Post ofliee".vs,appropriation bi'l, games unless t ley take other part in setting his personal attention to the largo busi- cluded to ahold on until thu adjournment Executive Hoard is from a speech by Danifl said that the word The not Wti discussed ar I' opnatlng t54,nwi Up. conducting or carrying on such T. V. POWDEltLV, G. M. V. ness enterprise which is mainlv thoout-Srowt- h of 1 ongress He worked too hard and took A Yotnlin Itl.es From Her Collin After regarded as a synonym for "disuse," Pt mltutuction the House adjourned games. Sections The change of the narao of We bstcr in the benate, and, compared lteluc Api.ireiitl Deitd for Hours. ofhis foresight,energy and excellent littlu care of hitnsclfand theiendl came It carries Masiixoton. March Si Sknte A bill nny of tho games, tables, macliiue-- or con- with the official opinion of the same implies considerably more. disuse, 'liusineio. talent. Uo was the pioneer in the Tuesday TJjeeetxtary wiUnever do any Aixemulk. N. J.. March '."O Martha but was n wrtcd establishing a coniniNston to trivances included in this act shall not preof the with it the idea not only of auxiliary publishing business, which has more work a maidcu lad, has been an invalid O'NEILIi'S ARBITRATION BILL. exatuiic tho Him Imm beau, Krunklln and vent the conv 'ction of nil person violating eminent statesman as a member tho Treasury Department. abandonment- - It srown into such magnitude and importance At midnight his coudition was somewhat for several j ears. On Fndaj night her rel- .V other pipers of historic valuo, with the view the provisions thereof Sections. An Indict (.ovoriunent, fails to reveal that varia a hint of neglect and in Measure Intended fdr tile Anile ible Mitbin a little over twenty j ears' time. improved. of puhlkhing thoui. Tlie Committee on Com ment tor violating any oi tne provisions oi tion of ideas to aiut circumstances and has a legal significance as quoted I atives were called to her bedside to bid her d of Ijllmr Ill.putes. mcree reported a bill for tho encouragi-ii- h sections He was a and 2 ina charge the accused In man, a man of Webster s Dictionary from the writing. A bill wu farewell, as she nt l Vincrlcan shipping evidently ding. one count w ith the commission of any er ull motives which is so marked a characsterling integrity and uprightness of charWtsiiiNOToN, March 'JS In the Hoiiso Vermont: of Bishop Taylor, who, in speaking of, granting a iienslon ef $.1i a montir r , - 'TheGreat' eStrike. set forth in this act. Sition acter, Riid Mas greatly endeared to all ill Shortly aftor ten o'clock she closed her Mr. O'Neill's long promised bill pased widow of Hear Admiral Il.irwood. I ho ef the oirensesin cases arising Under this act teristic of his Lordship from Governors of 4 l'nce-durto the an obsolete church regulation, said: St, Lorn, March any way associated with him because of his looking-glas"Miieo tho practice has become a settled "The desuetude abrogatertthe law which on the nrbiti.ition ipiestion will bo ml Posiiniutir General furnlsltcil the Senate shall be tire sumo as prescribed bj the t rinn-n'Texas evesand cefted to breathe A inbind and sympathetic nature and nnosteu-latiou- s Msour Arkansas Kaiisasand with a tabulated siHteinent of fourt Code of Practice m other cases or felony, practice since every Administration has Mas held over her mouth, but no indication He asserts thattheblllisratioil.il, generosity. He Mas issue proclamations relative to the railr and since It uitit now bo considthe acpot matters removisl durinsr ihe past yenir and the lioud for the appiaranee of Section dulged in it,legal construction of theconstitu- - beforecustom had established." Used in ears of age. He Iraves a widow and two road strike The railroads are called upon of respiration opieared upon it. She was operative and constitutional Itisentitled Thi're were. Iicsajs. s.tSVi removed The 3 ered us tut,cused shall be for a sulhclent bail l 'daughters, Mho have their home 111 i.glv prepared for burial Underresolutions weredebatcsl by Voorhees, 5 Prose cutioiN for violations of this aet may 'a bill creating boirds for aibitration for than that the law hael become a dead years after tlie commission n,... to Mliich city the remains will be to resume traffic, and all persons aro taker Mitcha'liioticedthat although the the speed settlement of controvetsios nnd Kv arts nnd Call. lie had within tlve and as mi t. ...,- h.a.1 if rniioua us lT.l..r- tlwJ pnmmnn law desue- warned against ihtcfpbliiig auyclftncle dead woman's form wasrigid, with the ex6. All chaplain pravisl against tho of the oU"enc but not later talren forbuiuiL Hurst Tlie different es between common carriers and abolished. acts and part- - of acts In conflict with this act in tho way. Tho GQvenuir..of'JIifwouri "her "extiemities. hei bodj foil mil of an aristocracy in the eountrj. tilde absoluteh-repeale- d ception of Mr. Kellojry was born' at Iteadinp-- Pa., in interstate and territorial com This act 17 was set apart rebj the warm MarchJ.U Jfi3- -, and irraduated withlitluctin.i pledges the whole power of the State to Without notifxing tho metre or business and cinplojcs." Tho Snturdaf, Aprilpublic building torinvolving are lit etfect repealed. Section 7 passage. shall cis'-- ty huo us independently ot our control a leal rule or custom. Property may The trom and after its take of nt Columbia Co.Iere. New York, In lsM. He carry "out the purposes of his proclama- fru uds he placed her in a coffin with- premablo recites thnt b Section S. of an expenditure of less than bills A man who ilher vas a son of Frederick KcIIok? iiid the tion In St. Lotus preparations are being out $,(). duo bill has already the senate Senate, nnd it is a am ...... power thai istobo exercised byI also be losfby desuetude. legal phraso--t And on For Article 1. of the Constitution of the United were rtjKirtcd to promote the intr Hills understood that passed the will concur In the 1. 1... ,..!. r tie constitution, her putting lie can call upon "sleeps on his righu," in onnitcst or six children. He married Annie made l the militia to protect the armory twiut n,i, i imon she lay in the box and States, Congress i mvesto I with full tion eI fresh water on tho Colerado House amendment without opposition. hours h. Uarnes at Uaralxxi. Wis.. Au;uit SI. IS.V. him to .ivc us reasons tor tho manner in ologv, is regarded as having lost them od the itropertv of 23. Nothing of import 1'it In 1MJI, whilo pnbiishlnp tlie liRraboo i is.j coiiipntn.Betweeir'lV"" aT tho ""rttlroad was viewed by several, neighbors and jowcr and authority to provide for the desert: to provide for tho organization thacpwer, any more than bv not claiming them. Atrophy of a re USti i h mourned bv her fnemls. Her relatives generul welfare iif the people of the et tli Teintorv of Oklahctna: tor free ance vvmout. March in either house. A tew vvh can he xi upon hlo 9 1 p. m. and Republic, a wcvkly newspaper, he became was transacted we call f reasons for the ven opened nnd rtad her xvlll. thinking United States, to regulate commerce, shut, and to grant flflion davs liaveof private bills were passed. cQiuuiU.teeJ,oDistriot Assemblv KJJ other thortof help and thideaot the in.n uuiuiier in wb'di be exercises anj The power limb L-- caused by its disuse. Chartwlkeiu-to cmpleivea eif the l.overniiunt Inpfde. uiM had copies printed by the Knights of Labor, went through all the that she might make some reque t legard-lliiower 20 among the several States, to constitute vinJt Patent March VuiMtioiiT, the constitutionfranchises may be lost So vrc Hills under eiepartmeiiis uro number of rc)irts and Ma fWiladlSonlrWIs.l - n!7u Jiulnl IVimtunr. ... her funeral. Shortly after 0 o'clock tribunals inferior to tle Supreme Court of vrlnting enice ards and servedvnn bider On ull Knights ...... w....--.-.- . tye . mmirauiMiiii. ered rights and calls "nonuser." A th" Hnptist Female ti.. r This ..i. .; postffici tor what the law u siibinitiil, The tip. bin qu litis messed Incorporatingbill poviuiu,tex tax ot . JusUeveninir. Mh'Ie tho fninilv were at sui- "pateut-ln&idpaper to quit jtfMTvnfinuca'. 10 print came to Chicago and bc- - coupled work-ya-t Jlfli. ti addntBedorifet States, and .. to uiako all. laws J vzitd i atdvloeadtS-PWuntinEfiS.-whenbji' f!per?iIrCook"heanl a noiso in tho parlor tho United bo teceinry,iidvprotorforV werx- tnadtjftj noWtnerf otir"tirlt'i'eierA ColltiiouknanJstciwn; to si la with trffquett i which shall pnn printiiiff " wucre uis aunts remains wereijlng. lie carrving into execution tho foregoing of K.aia5. and Gucntlier.-o'Iha deliberato opmionof such a cbi of bVwvi for country men who"Mefe not Knights of Labor askM'iscoiigin. At desuetude. . This was the exact County; incorporating tho road ill Jefferson papers. He built up the Kollogp Newsdelivered, on a tate rece- -s until 7:00 horrorstricken to find her sitting up powers and Mas It provides for the formation 5 10 p. pi the House took a word to express President Cleveland's paper Company, which now has offices in ing them to join their London, Manchester lind Whlteshurg Tele- acter, officially m ith her head and shoulders partU out of within tho law of a tribunal consisting of p m , the night session being lor tho con- phone and Telegraph Company; House bill facts evactlv analogous to that upon meaning in regard to the Tenure-of- -' Ch CHjro SV,ouls. aecland. Kansas City, the glnss co ertng over the cotlin faue hau one on each ule of tho controvcrsj, the sult ration of li'iision bills m ltb wis olej ed and the request complied it authorizing Greenup County to issue bonds whu h the arrogant "e'liator from 3lcniplit, New York and Cincinnati. -- sr ite -- Aimmg Office act, ami he put it iu the right W KnivoTON, March snown wtien. on tnasounding oi tue wnis-tle- s lieeii in a trance Aftor gettu k out of tho two to select a third If they do not selct t tor paying for right of way through that has turned the powerful head- place. 1kx she walked and appear? I perfectly as provided withm three days the United the lulls Jntrodmisl vas one by Mr Hour county for tho UigSandv railroad House bill I j). in . all the yardmen in tho place at. N itional Mell. She relates man lurious things tha't States ( ottrt of the juusdiction inwhuh providing for imjui to unlir authorizing the city or Danville to issue lionds light ef Ins genius for quibbling, is of BURNED a:nd qmetlj walked out and lcjt the jards Why the President used the adjective Into such outrage s a tin t arro Iton Danville Gaslight she saw while in tho trance. tho trouble exists shall do so Tho ti lbutial roasstcre The lIuiumls re olutioiis were for 55,(Ofor stock in the pa or sheriffs Mr niore orth as a guide to truth than all "innocuous" as qualifying or describ-iii"- mgipf. ' Company . to increase the A Mother.Iade l'r.intlclj 'laiues, Throw tho standing of a United States pl.n ed before the shall have and Mr In. alls upon the the-- arrogant elogtnatisin, of the latter upon courts vwis the condition of the act in question Herself Into a Export Wh'sky. Fourth-C'as- s all its powers, and shall took tht lloor. He was followed b Messrs. attendance Hurnctt, Chairmanlaid tho Spe- joined to the Commission Postmasters Removed. of precedents that j more open, to conjecture aim crm- table. Mr Kdmumis At 7 p tn. cial bo paid in like maimer. is Greenon Hurrion. IJgan and Advisory Committee Reading, Pa , March JM. Mr. Henry "Washington, March -- . Attorney GenWasuingtov, Mareh 25."ln response to Van Wjek moved to take up his amcmlini nt. wood vvhv their even do not go to support his asser- cimh. let it seems- - to nave a meaning explaiiieu Mines. Franke, aged forty-twof noiuiiia-turn. j ears, living about the Senate resolution, tho Postmaster Gen- - eral Garland has civen an opiuion favorafor session Ho said tions delayed. report had been e in thi? cisc. Radically it means no4., Burned. On a polm of order that tins would employed two in lies from here on a truck farm, yeshad informed that body thatthaT blato graating'warehouso privileges to the committee ral Edmunds says: U'AU paper; addressed hurtful. It is.rather a medical than sty i pFom, III., March 2s There was great chanro a 5tanding II role 't of the ? nato that Huekner Allen, ot Lexington, a stenographfourtb-clasimported domestic goods. This opinion is numbe?lof.rentovals of terday kindled a fire with coal oil, and su taming the er to take testimony, and he promised to by ainlwdy to" an e.uutive officer on legal word. It properly js more appli to thcieiwnsavote ot w hileo doing the Humes ignited to tbocan, on of Mr. Kdiiiuiiils poumasterrnrom March OsSS to March held to a pid to whisky exportations. and excitement in this city this morning when point. Tlie first testimony cable to a tiling than to a condition. It-messenger came riding furious- was adopt ed x: to 15, the Mfiutd b a! to 'r send tho do so, and by last Sundav but bai. tlie teipk: of suspension arc official which exploded with terrific force. The 3, lbSG, was S.C45, divided among the sever he understood that he railed to under it much of the ten million gallons of n mounted Mitchell. by to ". best use is in deseiibing a medicine 01 testiburning oil scattered over the body of the al States and Territories-afollows Aiaoa-rnrefuse stunts withdinwn last jear from liond for ly with tho information that the Peoria nud the thin! Wvck voting with the mi- would until heto give up the papers and dajs" Van Webster: "A)rdications for pllice, a eleietrine, not in describing the quali mony was paid for his three40; Arizona. 9; Arkansas. Co: Califorwoman amLupon ber two children, aged miles distant, was in Haines. nority. The Senate nt ! . p in iidjniirned six brought and letters, or conversations. of' individuals work t$l"d. Aliout twenty nine and eleven years. The frantic woman nia. 75, Colorado. 33, Connecticut, 100; exportation Mill probably now be or a law. building until Monday, after milling a fourth resolundded to substitutes were offeree). Intended to provide rvspoctin"; ev.-n- j ajipniiilmcnts. arc not ties- of a mail, or of TauJntb tho yard and jumped into a cis- Dakota. 125; DelaMaie, 37, District of Col- - back and warehoused for apu ear with- - A new wing had beenwere forty-fiv- the of hononibiv removal Still, there is. a hint, or the shadow of r'd compelled to. tho insnno tion declaring that theotherwise (liialini il for a way for getting the testimony before the ear. In this last j tern at the low cr and of the cartleli and unit ia, 1 , Florida. Jo, Georgia, til , Idaho, 16;, jauibejng , Semite and to have Allen arrested d he re- official proceeilings'antl cin not ne many But people. Engines Mere immediately dis- discharged soldiers which it adds to the othciff ternal revenue tax on landing was drowned. The burnuig,oiF tecfiie to m. vru cnntnirj to the spirit of Mic fused toglveupthepiipers. Senator Wilson's to partake of tho "character of official meaning 111H IS VOIICVIIIJ 11 patched to the spot, but did not nrnve in tin position the Iti'Msed Matutes Willi ICIi 'It word in the phrase, showing tlia' , the housed The fire was seen by farmers Iowa. XQ. Knnsns. di3. Kentuckx. l!4: Lou to tion 17S4 of resolution, empowering the coinmitti-w hethur s laigo to and they oxtinguished.it-t-Th- e children isiana,2. Maine. 2fti MnrjJand, 137: Mas- Customs at 'ewYork had decide preceded time to save the main building, a years Horsi- - The chaplain pravid for the re proceriungs. summon Allen before them and bring tho pait was not idly find Uselessly1 been brick, erected seventien Micnigau, , importations of Mhiskj covery of Secretarv Manning A niiimunlca-tiopers and testimony with him was adopted. vere terribly burned about tho face and sachnsetts, 127, Minnesota, . Etlmiyuls: T(ie suspons.ion of an off- plied. It adds to the force , o;, Secn-tary an exportation m gooa lauu. uu too aco, at a cost of ?40.O0O Of tltis nothing Tairchlld transprospect Is that Mr. Allen will have to l from Assistant The body. A doctor was summoned, whostated U: Mississippi. t)0. Missouri 2S7,3Iontanav withholds from the duties the intimation that the law in r A standing amend the law or up his "111 got gains" that they can not recover, as, the fira has 19: Nebraska, 9S; JTovada, 7, New Hamp- - ' q tiestion of granting an abatement of over but the walls remain awav from the In- mitted the draft of a bid toaNo letter asking give compensation at all. without receiv Ing icer "inipl any and emoluments of the ofliee pending question, through naa regulating Immigration: elcsuetuae, tie wind blew hard xvork entered tlitir bieast and lungs. hire. 127:2ewJt.n;or.lS5:ew3lexico,ij; , onemtaxes where mmskj nas in.en nunicu storage and lor and b it the revenue a elecision of the matter by the "senate. Hoi'SE. In the dead t New YoikM,053; 'orth Carolina, uo in arebouses, Attornej txeneral uarianu sane Hospitalhundred and fifty inmatesMas for an appropriation silver the buctune something 111 pre than Other bill was diseussed House the entire session. dollars eif transportation ocduring Ohio. STs: Orecon, 34. Fennsjlvanta, ft; gives it as ins opinion mat Miiere taxs saved One Webster: "As it is one of the pow- letter. It intimates that the laiv could , She Kicked in Her Sleep. have not been collected on goods in bond at cupied the burned structure, who will bo executive communications werethercceiveu Rhode Island. S3; South Carolina, 4; House On a motion to reconsider, ers of the President to remove incum- ..v.. lm rosrnreil if vitalitr. either foi a , nnt s, . Miseell.tneous Items. Ion, Texas. 74, Utah, 5, Vermont, the expiration of the bonded period tho temporarily lodged in the new Ming Dctkoit, Mien., March 2& Mrs. John pacd the Senate bill granting a w penbents from offices, it follows as an inev harmful or an aggressive purpose. 11. Muss. Maut BvKUoun, wife of lion. James month to the dow Virginia, 310: Washington Territory, 25; Secretary of the Treasury has the right, in sion f nfty dollars Watkms, of Almcna. this State, is a heavy t. case they are destroj'ed, "to grunt an Tlie private Barbour, author of ' Barbour's DiResU" itable couscqucnce that; this power, was saying iu substance tluU the law . 13&; Wisconsin, 203; W vom-mof General H W Hctihtim Twelve Hundred Arrests. dreamer. Last night Mrs. Watkinsdi earned West Virginia, was taken up. and the time of and daughter of the late Hon I N Webb, legallv vested in the President, must 4 had become absolutely atrophied frpm March 25 At a late hour calenilar until 4 Jl wns devoted toconsid-eiatioPnix.AiiiM.rin k, the House that her husband's span of mules were independently of disuse, hdd been struck 'by hopeless t the of the bill (to change Major niuk of died suddenly nt ber home in Newcastle of be cm roiseel by him as Alaskan Fever Attacks Mlchiganders. last night tho police made a raid on sain th,e ChicagoPolice Court. raising the mischief in the stable. In Rottenness olonel to was in LouisHenrr Hunt the sseuate as "any otltirIpowpr that is parafi sis, and was dead beyond 'the' Isiii"Kmig. Mh it ," March -- . Governor loons and concert halls. It was at first on theJ retired from A motion to report the consumption. Mr. Barbour her mind jMrs. Watkms repaired to the list CinciGO, March 25 Tbegranu jury nas to be e:ercised liy him under tlie con- possibility of restoration or people were ur- - bill favorably was eicfeated. nd amotion to ville attending court nt tho time. barn, and, iuiding tho mules kicking Tetnnied an Indictment for embezzlement j Swineford's glowing accounts of Alaska's estimated that, six hundred , . . 1. ,. .!. stitution."' .t. umtitiiv .stjuuus ui report it with the recommendation that it lie on the Gould S3 The etlect of the tnke ment. In this light ami intelligently . I igh, played III rested, out wuen ine the same sort of racket upon bv the , J Cliugen, ex- - cieru oi ma Ann.nli1a l.intk .j .1it .vr.lflt vvns not mn.. Edmunds: Having, "in tlie exer- interpreted the phiase "iimocuouades- :r J ,.t and of other labor disturbances begins .v nw ......... ... v m violently that when Mr. Walking against WilliamCourt He is chnrcea with minerals nave cmiseu uu .musk.,,. r .....m ,... . niiirrin I...wi.(ail v.- -. if ..... frkiinfl tli'.f: on the table bill, leavingvoted House without . iti.ua .y;.. .1...1.... 1K,, the ....m... ,.,. f neuds of the 111 every lino of cise of its jurisdiction, to iudge of the uetude." as used by the President, apuccced in awakening her she realized that Armorv Police uiik iuuui.ini .... v...-.- . took House at 4 of betMcen $10,000 and parts of the upper peninsula The Govern- - nersons had been taken into custody All a quorum. The night session being a recess to be felt nt Louisville he had 'biofeen several bones in her bus- - tho embezzlement making erasures and alfor vigor, 12,000, and or took with him. when be went, several of the girls, with the exception of three, until ; jh, the or pennon bills. lort-on- the business Not only is trade generally be- conduct" of the suspended official, , pears to possess peculiar Byron pro- . Land's foot, inflicted serious injuries on f says'1 coiuideratlon hue! the riijht to see the paper-coming stagnated, but vvorkinguien in all resignificance. terations in his returns.1.!!! order to conceal Michigan men, who hae all secured prompriety and (dberportiotis of his body, and made him bis stealings ami delay investigation. City os Jig gold quartz claims, and estimate their after being held to keep the peace, were billdwtrepas'cd. nnd the House adjourned lines are becoming uneasy. because "they disclose the grounds, altogether-main leased upon pavment of costs amounting as a "wet hen. Aphjsician's Attorney Washbunie claims' that'the city future wealth at man millions each. that "words arc thincs." and Pres . Washington. March 27 -s- enatk.-Xoi n guN not released session. presented or reasons, "on which the President ident Cleveland evidently used them its' Colose!. Amos Kiiinm.e has to $1 63 each The three were required to reduce thefiac-- t D. Tracy, a mining man of laigo of $110,000 a year through Sunday-schoo- l, verepiven six months in the House of Cor tires suffered by the abused husband, and has been roblicd of the Police Court re- expeiP. acted." House. The debate on tne liver quesuon the Greenup Street M. E. Church such when he put these two Words to-- x icnce, Enilelman, a jeweler, and Mar-lo- rection, it having been learned that they the manipulation now a. divorce is tajed of. by Mr Ctiltcrtson iTcx , follow-JCovington, with a new library, Webster: "We the Senate can not gcther in his Senate message. Chicago,i II. Crocker, a prominent lawyer of turns during thejiast four or five years, IS. C.I. fbi'Vr InK(Ma9i.Hr Ionn were of the worst tpeof left the city last week for Alaska. The propi letors were "held under bail on tho Mr Hnnscll (Ky.)and Mr. J. .M.TuIor(Tenn.. costing nearly 3,000. fi . call upon him to give ris reasons for Journal. a. Boycott Affects Ten Firms. disordeily houses, sell- Adjourned. I). Kvox, a with Cattle .Thieves., Colorado stock his exercise of that power fany more Bloody Battle Wvlteii charges of keeping tlV . LTNN, M&s., March 'Su The boycott on An Exports and Imports. Proceed Slowly. Tmn ing liquors to minors, ami harboring WasihnOTo!. March 9 -- Sknatk. from San herder, nud Lizzie D Miller were married than we can call upon him to give reaK.NsCmvMo., sinfeh iI memoriiil was Xeene Bros., shoe manufacturers, began Fort Elliott, Texas, --special says: In a "Washington, March 20. The total value minors. a few days ago in JcfTersonville, by the sons for his exercise of any other powFranelsin ib'inorials were ulsei Certain California Congrcssme,nJate-- , , this morning, when their engineer, by older fight at Tascosa over a matter of cattle of the exports of merchandise during tho onnecticiit for County Clerk. Knov, vvho elresses ,hko a er under the constitution.' . , , lrom the Legislature of 'County Treaurer Bound Over. of the "Knights of Labor, stopped bis entwelvemonths ended Februnry 2s, lissk coan deleiiscs a u i,o .n. . .o, ... . ,--. tv pical cowboy, came to Louisville with a Edmunds: "All the operations oi tne ly waited upon Mr. Belmont, chairman gine. The engine supplied power to nine probably fatally m oundeds Twoiotheisx re fwere $GG3,723,.-(7" up n.and dis. big redl of money and got on high. lie lailou to the w "" Inui i roLts, March 2S. Treasurer and during the preceding was taken Government are executive., Ihe leg- of the House Committee on .Foreign,, : lirms Mhich bad to shut down, throwing inaimug are now in jau. mo uni.mra of Knox County, hid., has been ciiMeVl Arm' bP m the senate went Into $4&,iah,uh, u uecrease oi Affairs, and told him that "unless some q ehartei ed a hack and asked the driver to islative chambers have 'universal pow1,200 or 1,300 operators out of work. The "areJesse Sheets. Fred Chilton, Frank twelvemonths At 4:50 $84,&71),C2". The total values of the imports bound dver to the grand jury to answer the executive session, and at .' 3.' p m. ail- - find who have been forced to Mallev and Ed. King. Wounded, Fenton pf merchandise for the twelve months charge of embezzling aliout him a wife. The hnckman saw tho er of knowledge in respect every op- supplementary Chinese legislation is.- -, manufacturer iy)UW o are very indignant, and threaten iWoddTuff and Charles Emerj', whihVEouu ended Februnry 23. 1S66, were $007,711,701, county minis. woman on a street corner and luviteel her eration of the Government and every reported, they were afraid that serious t Hocsp' mab bills were V number of legal proceedings against the Knights. Bozeman and Catfish Kid were unhurt. tinder the call of States. lteo!u-tloa- s to get in. She elid so, when Knox asked to one of its officers." and for the pi eroding twelvemonths ff follow." Mr. Belmqnt- - , looking to an investigation or the labor be elriven to JelTersonv ille, whero tho two an increase of 3,222.201. Webster: "Thcppwerso- - Jho depart- results may replied that he saw no Woollonl. Young But Plucky. troubles were referred. granting a of nt "Desperate'Xonvicts. " pension were married after a courtship of less than ments meaning thcse'vcral branches very properljintroelucetl a bill Extension of Speriial Mall DeflfSry. Barney McAuley Dead. a month to John LvrATETTE, 1ni, Mnrch 2 of e!ht .lollm-s soldiers and all honor-ati- f no time After the ceremony the "woman of the constitution? arnot all mixed .necessity for haste, but, on the con- - " h Limerick, March 2. Five men, who had sailors of discharged 29. Harney McAuley, son of the Ntw YOuk, March WAsmxc.ToN, Match 25. Tho QtranUttee the jC artificial asked Knox where they would live. lie and i p in a jurnble."Jt trary, intended to proceed very slowly. been convicted of rioting and assaulting on the littCrtJw.ir, uu neyproviding s hareported the actor nml theater manager, died ror nnd his Lordship of sheriff, was yesterday left temporally m litnct ceiuivalent "I guess we wont live nt nil. I've " u Jbe police, Mere brought up for sentence in a hill to extend the system fortie imme-- J at St. Vincent's Hospital, where he has charge of the jail, when one of the prison- tho-- e Confederates who ncedeel them. Tho replied:further nso for oil, and am going Tho ossi.ninnsoff With China already making" a just got no relate grtjcuhirly to an act claim for indemnity for the outrages one of the criutffeal courts. The magistrate dinte delivery of letters, Itprojrides that been under treatment for the past four educational bill. Identical with himself and Willi! bill, wareferrcl to the Committee the back to Colorado.'"The Miller woman lives Vermont ers, Doug Kramer, secreted ..nsinn:" the views of on ti.s.i . p.Iair committed them to imprisonment for terms everyarticle of tnnilablo mMt-Ky and' upon the Chinese in the "Northwest, the upon dax s. He was born in Louisville, His ,wife, threw McCutcheon against tho wall In babor by a vole of W to 111 'lhls reference in Madame Jones' house, on Jacksou street, h ear ranging frpm three to sixnontbs. When Mhich the special delivery stamp is affixed was in his Webster to aaact'of removal, and also prospect of a renewal of the trouble in measure repeirted to tho where she went alone after reaching Louisto It ltachel McAuley, is an actress, and is at stead of sitting down to cry about it, hW niiole set the sentence bad been pronounced the prison-er- s to a proposition of - appointment. at- California is not agreeable, but conHouse- - The bill regulating compensation of in" concert, and while yet in the dock, shall be entitled to immediate QQWtiy. It present topping at tho Gednej House. Johnny seized a revolver and gave chase. Xj S. Attorneys. Marshals nnd Commissioners ville, been very well- said that the concessions will not help mat-t..i- s. made a most savage attack on the police authorizes postmasters- to employ any perDown the street, across lots and down ,,5 taUen up and pendingO action when tho Tuooi's still remain atGreenwooel watch- tempt of the Green mountain intellect tinual The number of the Chinese in enHam, f Ninth present on duty. A ten ible struggle sixty-fivsons, including clerks and .assistants at Snow Storms Northwest alleys they went, Kramer running as fast luoriilug hour cxplnsl shooting nnd Cnfollna icked unanimous consent to offet ing tho mines. They number to draw a distinction between removal America has been decreasing since the sued, causing such excitement that the fourth class offices, as messengers-osuch Lackos-e- , Wis , Match 29. A general as he could and McCutcheou a long chase fuf iiniiiiiiiiitu cuiisnieniiiou The average cost of maintaining them is and suspension "is.mere cobweb-spin- magistrate Mas compelled to quit the terms as they shall fix out ofj.the allowcalling "stop thief." Alter restrictive measures were adopted, and ; by the House of " an yesteramount expendstoi m lienclt.' The prisoners were finally ance of eighty per cent, of the fice valuo snow and six set in over this section to mid- Kramer Mas captured bv John A. Hico and the Currollton (Miss) nuinlers. Mr llegtiu o f 125 per day, and the total been considerprobability of their increas--, inches bad fallen up and again secured, but xiot until of all special delivery steifcps, received and day .?:.inni;.ii iliscretion, over which the there is no returned to jail. Young McCutcheou is leia". objcicei on the ground that Congress ed by the State so far has .... insecurity of the. court-rooof tho night. It is considered a great help to the the lion of tho hour. thevhad almost J ably over $'.',000. control. Suspen-- i ing in view tho the uad no constitutional pow m inter w heat crop. and had themselves been severely beaten. recorded. Northwest. If anyfJ-- s Chinese in y; Tup cVinf.fT rt TTonr-- fVmTit.T"" vn in sion, even by tho express words of the further measures are to be applied to A micioscopic slide in the possesA Mountain on Fire. Rhode Island Republican Noahiations. " same. A suspension is The Kternal I'olljvon." ... Minkowski Hanged. . of the Ivlanchester Philosophical Tiuisvillo the other nicht with warrants I statute, is the effect removal. Ihe them, the.v should be adopted deliber Te.n.n., March 2S. The PBOvrDEsJCE, R. I., March 25At the ReCnATTANOOGA, I.... ami "It is quite fashion. tide to put nn aig- situation in the burning"coal mineatHock- - sion Literary Society, in England, con- for the arrest of Tommy Warren and ,. law nnfi ill' ir goes aout, .is removed ately, and" meanwhile, any attempt at "t 'March" 26. Frank M"ulkowski publican State Convention thkCinorning ind" CniCAOO, county jail a few min- George Peabody AVetmore, oPKewport, rette in the coiffure when it is arranged Mood is becoming more serious. It now tains the Lord's praver written within Tommy Barnes; the pugilistic heroes of SU spended officer a new officer takes a repetition of tho disgraceful outbreak. nas hanged at high upon the head," read Mre. I'ugmiro looks as if tho entire mine would bo de the 40."),000th part of an inch. Tho the battle at Millcreek, but neither man from his trust.iand commission of the in the Northwest should be summarily , utes after '12. Mulkowski, at almost the was nominated, for GoveniorgE.Jucius Darling,-- ' of Pawtucket, for fiSitenant The. .,be found. Warren went to Memphis, re, ... e last moment, concluded to accept the stroyed. Four rifts of the mine are now minute speck can be found with pow- couldand Barnes was nursing his bruises Ills IliasU. kilied.oy tuo -issue 01 a com- put down. Joshua M. Adieman, of from the fashion notes of her Vermont Ind., ligious rites of the Catholic Church and Governor; and Secretary-o- f State. Samuel former is "WVll, w'flll, how they iloJoUoo ablaze and the fires are burning furiously- erful microscopes only with great diffiIf a Nation supposed to be Christian Providence, for successor, and the fact is It is said the mission to his motinmade a confession to the priests, the nature wiul andean be seen bursting from thevolcano, j culty, as the locus point of tho lens in a hotel at JcfTersonville. P. AHemy? and civilized does not care to protect the of Mhlch was not to bo'divulged until after eral. Cott, o Bristol, for &V3c;f.Gen- every thing about cooking a nus't be made to cover the exact spot grand jury of Henry County will take hold the same whether consent to the new for their own sakes the lives o! foreignshe. "I illwaya'ptltjan egg in th" toffee to tain top like the eruption of the execution. firemen went eight hundred is safe to afterward disseisor any event it, exceptsomctimes in the winter Chattanooga mine . . peaceably within it limits, f hose and It was engraved of the matter. boInno more it American Divorces Don't, tiiii' Hfland settle they're so exerlastiug high, and then feet into theeighteen hours, live of fought bearing the object. in appointment. The President does not ers living at least protect them for. the say there will when them bvvMr. Webb some years ajro by the hn flm for it should tOnt of Patience With Court Dress. Kentucky for some time to come. 1 use si uitxe U02iW3, .autrea, o. sjusuge of skin. I don't f isk the consent of the Senate to a reibn lives and property of its aid of an instalment now held by tho London, March 26. Nearly one bundled rendered a decision to the effeetnt a di ,tinderstand what moval, nor to a-- "suspension;" the act, 4own citizens residing or doing bashiess isjue.int. though, by .ir- The jail in Covington is being filled with society. members of the House of Commons havo vorce obtained in America' froarthe bonds t nir courses in the hope of smothering whether called, by one name or the in the countries to which. those ioreign- signed a memorial to Speaker Peel, pray- of a marriage performed in England. Is in- nillging me coiieu uu inc. ue.m, inm-s- n j and flames. Four hundred men are thrown "moonshiners."' the the head oi a barrel. I'cck't Sun. ing that the rule, requiring court dress at valid in England. Ollic, who has been a naughty boy, other, is complete when the oflicer ers belong. The United States Govern' efc Co., stove manufacturj Fishf.k Buos. . out of woik. out; and this often oncial leeves be.abo.isbed.- has just finished his evening praveV, ers, Louisville, have assigned, with liabili- steps down and ment can not protect its'crtixeas ia " Hose Learned Soinetblng. Short Married Life Ended. "happens when Uie lordly Senators arc China, and ,it will have to pay for when mamma says: "Arc you not gosame. ties of $19,000 and assets about the TrtgMe AmM Squatters. All that t Wealthy Farmer SaicWc , While goinp to San Antonio onthetrain, -. St. Louis. 3Iarch 27. Abiide of twelve- ing to nsk Goil to fonrive vou?" "O e Bckglvus again infest Covington. The e -- ir whatever ruffianism against the Bloominoto.n, III., March ""'"" tak26. A large numwas davs committed suicide here by Denxek, Col., March JHose Schtttimburp observed the train , yes, I s'pose so. Please, God, forgivo night they visited the residence of President ever asNs 01 m.um.0 to tho ncse it permits. M. Smith, of Iexington, III., aaMiaitted other is consent weeks ago she Two ber of Mexican settlers on the Maxwell sujeid. vHe left x ;. ,. iu.ni. Hm for XM Conjrreas el traveling very Just, Just 'then the brake-ma- n inir "rough on rats Drow, anil was cm- - me for being so bad a boy, ami forgivo Judge M. I Roberts on Scott street and usstimed omnipotence in gaai spirits, was a Miss Caroline 10 land grant, in Northern New Mexico, were and a few minutes later was feaad in the too, . for beinsr very wicked . mndo a thorough search of the pface. 1 hey appointment' ot rushed in nnd exclaimed: the United States.to consider this fact0.i m a family, on the my mamma, .. ployed as a servant-gir- l . . . . " has arrested yesterday and placed in jail at barn dead with a bullet-hol- e '3of the levee. Her marriage to Wm. Lunbrock, a laot a iattaious taste as fill a vacancy that by been created; carefully. The question of, the Mela-sio- n (3 long breath while he tries to bring were evidently tafmigh his "The engineer has lost control Springer for refusing: to obey the order of head. lie wasajreneral merchant and a mpenaion. one, as they quarrelwhether by removal, nnmniujinn. 13 of Chineso Immigrantt lands owned large 'farmetannstock-dealerirantrain. In ten minntes we will be dashed borer, was an unhappyshe ended her sorrows some evulenco of his assertion then an nothing of particular vaiue is missing. m. .Is. the Supreme. ed from the start-an- d lL.U.s ni "and none of the economic Tho question of ptefeetmg, f visited the residence of Mr. inspiration) for she killed a fly, Lord, They also by the eimwuiy. Mach'bitter feeling eixsts worth $60,000. He was a cat if of into a thousand pieces." y with poison. wholfv immaterial, I Thorp, but failed to effect an entrance. nqw m this country over. the affair, and bloodshed is feared that you made!" Chicago Journal "Well, I'll be dashed if I ever buva a res noble lordships of such of them as are tfae fiaal settlement is reached. - busincbi of their of Humanity and of ticket on dot road any more." cuturn is at onctf one JOSEPH XOUXOEit, an oiu Fast t htcago runes. " . -. & P Fortunately the train was halted just in Before proceeding furthfj VtfY.Hioh Water'Certral Jac9sin. ;At the Antiquary's: Collector of ington, dropped dead at his home a, few the PniLADELrniA, March 27. The - ' ' Silcides. m Mibsequeiitly utilizo fCeiff Congress jhoaW time to enable Mose to Beloit, Wis., March 25. Rocl?river l' contest, which began here on Tues- Curios. "Have you any genuine Ro- days ago. that aerainst the Chinese,wisaew is a gfwing Tlicre Reabino, Pa., Marcif 26. James DenhlSj been rising rapidly for twenty-lai- r his return ticket. Texas Sittings. USS W. W. CaidweLi, tried at Hopkinsville k 'would lik to be PreRi-de- rStloct how far it day, March 16, closed to night, Duguid, of man falchions?" Dealer (oil his Edmunds etlered, aged niaety, hung himself at tht Tho water is at the highest TaJtethours. Cincinnati, taking first p'ixei and McCann. Sard) against Ami? dHvtMM i am orry, but they're all n. few days ago for the murder of Grn Mr and that Joha A. Lpgn had be' ever 6T tht grara. A yortb Carolina editor puts on of Jt'ttw York! tb senmd. Duculd , 8 IT, tiwlr hrm craie siunrmg wu lniurd known.. Considerable .bulnH Md other niited and won't he rcadv until rftphcB. tcqulUetti lift "" ' Yard mewrance c9dtf ll pri""BU lceeH. hi t eotP j lor loo QBimi"" property u nooaw. ass tBWMMcU bis free list every woman iq tho Suto ps aut toe ceMyailN Mk.,sfltr fft JPrwf. ? lwf ivt 3K99fe MitiMlU 4W &8 nether ! twia "?vyi who s - ACCmTrT. j Will Introduco.'Hia Irish Measures ' ' t Soon. ' .w. hr ii i:xi-'iitlt- t (ilad-stone'- s gBSpfesbiu .; ii jth jo-nfg- tT. rx :lr rre. how-ee- Me-sr- i'ow-der- lv cousulta-t,0"..ttii- p.. -- " d r 1 to-da- y ln The Men Will rO to Work at Once The Knights of I.abor Jtcc- oRiiled. NkwYouk, Mnrch 2s Conferences be tweeu Jay Gould and T. V l'owderh today and this evening have resulted in orders front each of them to tho parties to the Southwestern strike, ordering immediate resumption of wdrk and traffic pend tng arbitration, to which Mr. Gould consents. This morning nt 11 o'clock Mr l'owderly and W B McDowell called n Jay Gould at the Iattcr's residence There they met Messrs. Gould, Hopkins and George Gould. There was a general dis cussion of the situation in the Southwest on both sides, and a better understand inR was arrived at than had been had b either part hitherto After talking until 1 o'clock p m , the conference was ad joumed until evening At 7 o'clock the met again At s JO in Mr. Powilerlj hud lcive to kei i an nsiao wkli I oiiKicssinan John U Neil ! lilent St Ivouis. I luitiniuni.f the l!ou-- 0 I'ommil tee on Lbor who camo froiaAVujjhuietoti to render assistance if possible, in settling the strike. Mr. McDowell, however, remained with Mr Gould and his party, and Mr Gould finally handed to McDowell the follow mg communication T. V. I'ownt ni.Y, G. M. W -- Dfah Si n to jour letter of the nth lntant 1 morion;?) write to fa) that I will, send the following telegraphic instructions' to Mr Hoxie, (ieueral Manager - of the lis soun l'acine railroad at M IiulsIn resuming the tnnieineitl id trans oft the Missouri 1'acitlo and in theeinploliirof luborcrs in tho bcm ral departments uf this company che preferemc to our late m plojes, whether they are Knlnhtsor I.ahor or not, extent that oii will not empl any person who has injured the coiiipimj s property durinp the laic strike Nor will wo discharge any jurson who has taken serlce with the cniupHiij durini; said strike We e no ohjection to iirlutnitin? itnydilTii-cme- s between the ciupojes mid the past or future Hoping the ai)oi w II he satisfactory, I remain, j ours truly, ir RAILROAD STRIKE ENDED. Gould and Powderly H.ii a Conference IxSTH CO.XGKESS. i f u '"Hi session. THE COMMONWEALTH. DOCTORS DISAGREE. ' Ing-all- t. i.nii0r ....s.. A if-- .- 'b 'i el HE DON'T WEAKEN.. ,r . t ' . They wanted tight they ve jrot enooa-... good HepuDj are dazed; T The They, almost doubt, If they're aliv t The Senators are crazed. ' ve got it square, right in the eys. f The Straight Irotn tho shouleler sent t The "Nol" of Grover Clovelann, who ,, Jon'.t.weaken.roracenu Tho great and glacial Edmunds. mlU tm With ra?e to see such hrek." fc X , s. t Ben-at- e ot li-- c h. . n tn I . Oojn-nxtn- r. -- - -.. .,' A- ... rur-iisiM- . trJ fj m .m v- -- f OKJ J W..-- mi-uo- rs IIe iJrti-lto- ........... ...., sv -- ... . ti s. m s (iroiu-iinj- raee-cours- n, d n S com-pun- j, keno-ban- k pce-te- fare-ban- k be-e- wlur-ev- er Tonure-of-Onic- l, onore-onduct-e- - Viie-Presii- U ri Hill-w- en administra-partakoortheeUantct- or I ' -- vicc-l'res.dc- nt n Ue-- s Da-ve- 111 public-spirite- f iit 1 s ,25,-Th- s al fifty-fou- Xew-Yoi- aci-on- d . ed Vll.Xr.t'ifvhh viSninpXam m - i re"aruioaiavY-,uiiieaiiociiui-i.uiiiii".- s I I - Kw d e se--s conci-iitM- t S e .us jh.-mi- .- - c ife-h-2 - "patcnt-insides- f tellow-Morknie- n f, rra . Arer-moi- . drowned. n. r h so-call- o - ope-- to-da- j- ro-tot- al Alms-hous- a pa-tic.- rs, -- s a, : -- Ulddle-Ivrgera- 1 - Alms-hous- e, an-tgen- cy e e J'-M- -- two-stor- y e n ar'. S Kntu-natel- v to-da- v s len-nesse- e. l', -- g, ubate-Tien- n - t.e-ner- r'.. .1 oei-eei- i ...,, ., ,ir i,,i.i trt-!n- - .TO the-Senat- e h -- o d Caj-tai- wr-nc- es -- w d g, street-walker- s. m antl-rhincs- 20.-T- he e pre-enU- prt-senti- C - -- 4, 11 '"" , iiv-.- 11 -- sOOl,-4ii,44- 0, ' Ken-tutk- v - fifteen-year-ol- d Post-otllc- Posl-road- to-da- y 1 forty-eight- Ii-t- s e. n g over-lowere- d m Utar-chamberhas- i- f r te pu-pe- r. -- noM-atiy.- ," J star-chamb- er h prize-fightin- g to-da- y cod-iis- h KSSlMtoSffi-- l to-ela-j- cml-.n- -- t x 25.-ias- Wm !.- u-.- ... tha-mous- e ""SJ - 1 .... "i.w tni' -i- giiau.-upeism Cqurt-to-vaca- ta d s ;;na -- preir self-intere- st. be-fa- ra Ken-uct- v. to-da- H m i Type-Setter- s. -- A4 star-chamb- type-settin- g au.-pioi- toy. to-dn- y .! nt -- sT'-vr- r"! Vr- ir :- - w mn " bMM tik i sFv- - -- i - .f , u . .v .FvbpV k-- t. , - u r.'"m zz i. ?. rmoi W. j.. ;-. r f VTi-- 4 . ' " --fc .Hs2 . a ismwp91V HS li- - ,c&rlAl &5SmiJ&&&Zt4m& Ssw .."4 F When she took her boy's hand In hers and turned her gentle, loving eyes on me and gazeo" 'jarnestly and long Into my face, and then lifted them to heaven tn that last prayer, she prayed that I might meet her In heaven. I wonder If I ever shall Mylmotlicr's prayer' Oh, my sweet, blessed mother's prayer' Did ever boy have such a mother as I had? For twenty five years I have not beard her pray until to night. I have heard all her prayers over again. They have had, In fact, a terrible resurrection. Oh, how she was wont to pray' She prayed so earnest, so Imas they prayed portunate, so believing Shall I ever be a Christian? She was a ChrUtlan. Oh, hour brisht and pure and happy was her life' bhe was a cheerful and happy Christian There la my mother's Illhle I have not opened It for years. Did she believe I could ever neglect her preclouu Uible She surely thought I would read It much and often. How often she has read It to me. Itlesied mother, did you pray In vain for your boy It shalt not be in vain. Ah. no, no. It shall not be In vain I will pra for myself Who has sinned asalnst so much Instructions as I have' against so many precious prayers put up to heaven f6r me hv one of the most lovely, tender, plnns, tiaJiicof mothers in her Heavenly Father's ewre and prace Mie never doubted. She believed She aluays praved as If thn did .My, Itlhle. rav mothorM Illhle and my conscience tench what I am and hat I have made myself oh. the Mtter panes of an accusing conscience' I need a avlour mighty to ave I must seek him I will I am on the sea of existence, and I can never set of! from It. I am atloiit. No anchor, no rudder, no compass, no hook of Instructions, for I have put them all away from me. Saviour of the perishing, save or I perish Do you wonder that the next day ho arose in a prnyer-meetin- g and said: "My brethren, I stand before you a monument of God's amazing mercy and goodness, forever blessed be Hit holy name; all I have and all I am I conncrate to Jesus, my Savior and inv God'" Oh. the power of ancestral Tiver' Hear t, con-ndlntr. TALHAGE'S :- -i - SERMON. Seventh Discourse of tho Sries ' 'On the "Marriage Ring or Heredlty-Tr- alt FamllIe-Thrl:'Pon!'1-blllty vTh'e --.aw .cchr'er "S - That Hun In of Ance,try-Hc"eth- a Moral T Tenr-ncT- series at ! ffiSfft 8 an 53. Fayett,, "J fe before"" audience? an as delivered. The bn"dIn,Kj"eredlty, Mr. Talmagetak- - inc for hrn art thon, thou youns man. I. "Whos -- - ! X k ' fcu -- T - N David fl feet high; Goliath ten. David shephel boy, brought up amid rural bliath a warrior by profession. A NAUTICAL Goliath mountain of braggadocio; David BULL. a marvelf humility. Goliath armed with The Most Ahsiiril KpUoile In the career of an iron sar; David armed with a sling. Admlr.il Porter. with smah stones from the brook. But Ken "grim vimiged war" umileH noand are it to despise these latter weapthen at the absurdities ol which hi hf ons. Threwas a regiment of slingers in oniuion. One evening, while Admit! the Assyiaanny and a regiment of Porter's fleet was antho red lttSdi "lingers iith Egyptian army, and they river, a ' ontrabund" padJleil bit maia terrible xecution, and they could cant a tooe wji, as raucn precision and tunoe alongside at tho Malvern, the 'lug force as now caj be hurled shot or shell. ehi, and informed tho Admiral tlmt tho vt The Greek4in th,lr army had (dingers who l enemj would send down that ni"ht would thro- -- lealen plummets inscribed ruin and lorpedo-vessel- . As Uio Ad with the iriiUtnif words, "Take this!" minil bad been looking for rusts ami So ft was a mighty weapon David during three yenr olncru'". in that fawM, combat. and had never eeen one, ho t&uaked hi A Je (pjsh rabbi r&js that the probability btarn, nnd gao such orders as he thought would result in the capture ot hiauutil-aiitn- . GLIlatu wa ia'iucb contempt for He wau juot going to d. hen David thnt in a paroxysm of be shout, woriln of lomiiinDd, ah pietol threw his bend back, and his helmet fell abota attr.x ted h;s attention. Tip ofT.an.i David saw the uncovered forehead, itl Hear it! u.taalivi mth boata daobing to tb) seem and his op,ortunity had come, an.l taking 2. But I turn for a raiment to those who ol ronflu t this sling and swiMn- - jt nround hu heaci Head Mb There he poes ff"' had evil parentage, and I want to tell two or thre- - times. Rnd a,miug at that un. you that the highest thrones in Heaven, ' Here he come'" "Give huo a Ch8fld V erv nhputed l the different crews,, , 0in CuVnr8l crbel itlikean and the mightiest triumphs and tins The battlover. heboid a tableau: brightest crowns will be for those who named b the linngo! iiiusketa amlitola King Saul sitting little David standing, efwelrt aboe the UagHshipilMgun had evil parentage, hut who, by tho The howittera his fingers clutch! into the hair of the firing grace of God, conquered. As useful, as That in tdieer folly'" said the Admiral uecanitatert Goliath. A Saul seeo David splendid a gentleman as I know of toto hm flag olbrer. Captain Bree&e; The standing there holding in M h.-- ,i ti, day, had for father a mnn who died blasn win neier nt inure vne ining in im ghastly, recking, stwing trophy, evidence pheming God until the nuighH)rs had to vliv don t thev board and loul lW screw of the comnleta victory over God's eneput their fingers in their ears to shut out with a net, an I ordered them tod Jump mies, the Kins wonlrs what parentage the horror. One of the most consecrated into the boat, null un there, and VII them was honored by suoh'.heroism, and in my to board the thing, whatever ifi, at uli and useful Christian ministers of Nsxt he asks Davi.l hit pedigree' was born of a drunken horse jockey. Tido hazards " VJioo son art thou. on young man? The Captain ehoved off, und in be nun in some families. It is of evil tremendous , The king saw what you and I.ee, that like Niagara rapids, and yet men have u tea the at range veael seemed toje com mg down on t he this question of heredhy mighty quesclung to a rock and been rescued. Look out'" was shouted froratfc boat tion. The longer I Iiv the more I believe There is a family in New York whoso "fne it to him'" Then a vollejf mux-blood good blood, bad blood, proud in wealth has rolled up into tunny millions t rv and three cheers followed blood, humble Wood, honest Woo 1. thievthat was founded by a man who, after ' Here he comes' and all the bo! alter ing blood, heroic blood, cowardly Uooti. he had vast eftate, sent back a paper of him'" shouted the lookout. "Vfejrot Tlie tendency may skip a generition tacks becaue they were two cents him' IV on to him' Poublo-bahim or two, but it is sire to come out, more than he expected. Grip and grind with boata' ' were heard from tliejanuierrt as In a little child you sometlnes , and gouge in the fourth generation I sup-"Take the enemy in tow, and sbp vour seen similarity to a pose it will be grip and grind and noiMe'" tihoiitcd tho olliccr in coKsand of whoso picture hangs on tie wall. That he U tlfe boats Captain Breeao return) along genera-- j gouge twentieth in the physical and mental ane moral qualit eg tion. The thirst for intoxicants Hide of lua are inheritable is patent o any one wo " Well, Hir, we pot htm!" said he. through down burned tho has ' And a time the keeps his eyes open. The similarity is so had ol it," cswered of a hundred fifty and me, I znnVe thta my Ixst will arteries striking sometimes the Admiral. "Why didn't thonj (ellonrt t be amusing who sHntlnes years. Pugnacity or combativeness charall ye do aa I told them jam his brrewjnth tho Great families, legal or liteary, are apt to and testament. Witness, witness, hosts of, witness, time other families. Sometimes In gambling, so long as a man wins ha liave the characteristics alHown through Heaven: scaled and delivered In this our dy- acterizesevil, sometimes another form one nets'" never finds fault with his betters, raciftt form of of THE HARMONISTS. 'He hadn't any screw, sir, rpjied tho the generations, and what is more per- ing hour. Jttttr. Father and Mothkr. evil. But it may be resisted, it has been Captain. ceptible iu such families miy be seen on An KtctM'tliiiKl I'rosperoiis Agricultural ' What had ho then" A Throat to Ring With. get that will proved at the resisted. If the family frailty be avarice, You did not a smaller scale in all braites. A thouami MuuiilHcturliiK Community. cultivate unselfishness and charity, and What throat Is tho best for a singer to "It um Roinething worse thas ram, Surrogate's office; but I take it out sand years have no power to tbliteratethe ' eatd the Captain, laughing. 'It was an ticorgv Ilap. fuiindor of the sort of tench hlh notes with A so vn throat. If aidl read it to you; I take it out of the teach your children never to eathalf apple air.-- biggest bull 1 ever tsiiw. He wb hwiui HurmonisLs, IVnn-- v difference. m?ciiiuf inyior s uneroiea of t. the without offering somebody else lvania, was Imrn jRemedy of 100 pore, usennd Mullein, which in large lip of the house o' Austria is aloTes of your heart; I shake the dust off Is the family frailty combativeness, keep ming nerosM the channel when hei tirwt The Sweet Gum of It, I ask you, Will vou accept that inin Wurtenihiirp. fJermany. in 1770, ami cures uoarsencsa ana ft nusKV voice. en in all the generations, aid is called espied I ilun t wonder they tooftuui for Walter A. Taylor, Proprietor, Atlanta, Ga. the Kpsburg lip. The House of Stuart heritance, or will you break the will" O out of the company of he got through tL water ditd at Kitinomy, I'a.. in 1M7. IU'Ii'-m- jj people, and never answer an impertinent n torpedo-boa- t ancestry, you have a re ' always ' - rity ye . in all generations- tbat be had a divine call, and vvn.--you have counted a hundred at such a rata' bnd actor and his and bigots and sensual-'- '' THoes sponsibility vast beyond all measurement! question until "A bull' ' exclaimed tho Ailmira) "So I i'hargtd with tbo rctoratioii of the reception. llamUtr. Tho God wiU not let you oft with just being as both ways, and after you have written a am not to queen of Scots. Charles 1. fee a ram alter all!" ad he went I'hri&tian religion to it- - original pnritv. Charles II. "Witnes james I. and JameKod as ordinary people when you had letter keep it a week before you send it, to hut stateroom luugbuig over ar' ah he organized a Hon "Women "Would Vote. communitv on tbt model it up! Is "Sjriordinary advantage. II. and all the other scbvndrels of that Im Oubt not a and then burn cowardice,the family frailty surd episode -- l'uuth douipaniv. Were women allowed to vote, every one of the primitive church, holding food-- , timidity and cultivate backn perial line. Scottish blood mean per- fh ie more bone, read tho biography of brnve men In tlio land who has uod Dr. Pierce's "Favin common. A difficult with the sistence, English blood means reverence 'rUji orite Prescription" would voto it to be an VLn a.Hower planted outside in the A POET LOVER. in rcranl to worship impelled uufailinK remedy for the dibeases Paul, and see if you can iculiar for. the ancient, "Welsh blooJ Honsatv IN11' not a factory turned by the like Joshua and -. I3y druggists. more work than a factory not get a little iron in your blood. Find He (ale a Wry I'oetlcal Accont of un Kapp to transplant his cnintnunitv in to her soreligiosity, Danish blood means fondness turned 1n0: from Wurtembur to the 1'nitcl KxceedliiKly 1'rux.ilc I'uc of the sea, Indian blood means roaming stream? Ough"t,l and shallow mountain out what tho family frailty is, and set Something tbat will stand a loan a States. They M'ltled Unit in Butler body, mind and soul in battle array. disposition, Celtic blood means fervidity, portunity be better J?.0" ot great early Will Shields, who knows mere nout sell1 think the genealogical table warf put Pa., whore they founded tho heavy gold watch. A. Y. Journal County, Roman blood means conquest. those who had a unblessed? ing angers food in Iona iianhe does Hlage of Harmonv, and employed in the first chapter of the New Testament The color produced by Buckingham's Dve The Jewish facility for accumulation .. his son up authors. Bet iu& sim-A father set themselves in agriculture ami manufac- for tho Whiskers always gives satisfaction. you may trace clear back to Abraham, of keeps an account f all tho expeS?aIIe not only to show our Lord's pedigree, but about standard They acquired to show that a man may rise up in an an- - found a new girl and went t &f her. 'Che tures. considerable Thodnngers of Whooping Cough aro avertwhom the Bible says, "He was rich i H so much .lnv Itr lltft fir " lite and SomuchforsiVfW.rixWres, ami in 1S1A romnvnl to tbo Ter- ed by tho uo of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. inilu.-iic- . s or bad hereaity. ver and gold and cattle," and to Isic street looking tike a barrel Mwn ttin rent, eo uiucKfor thij, so much Hint, lft" CiRf i s men mil Kn lx along to canvass Jacob, who had the same characteristics. and h11 the Item argre;n(ed, and the genealogical table that good King Asa off, sreneriillv, nn, four wikthi heorm ritory of IiKllann. where thev purclin-MM- l . orVivB long a tract of :.'7.iO acres on tlie Wal.a-hthe situation Thr RamUrr Somo families aro cliarncterired by father erpeoS'-oto give an account. came of yile King Abia See in that strut on b's fare, particular! The of New Harmony here '"S longevity, and they Imve n tenacity oinre Your HeavenlyFather charges against genealogical table that Joseph and Mary Hell,, ' xuul ),in friend, -- itat'e the proMTeil even more than Pike'sTooth uroin 1 minuta 23o their former (iltnn't Swjimr ciie nois and beautifies 25c. positively Methuselub. stature, and voa you a"- the advtttages of a pious Ancestry and the most illustrious Being that ever matter'' Simp euls ,.- ,. cunn . " touched our world, or ever will tonm it, oomanv praysomuch Christian exKt.rl.Ju1 Nothing." he replied, "only Jro found cMalli.hm "t. tobut in 1S.1 thuv mM GtlLM vn Coun HU.MOVKU kUlsCornP Jt Uunions. itfrone generation, two genera-- . ample, so many Hiilx-r- t On en anA emitheir propel ty nan Ave generations, in all gj?n Ind entreaties all these had in their an estral line scandalous He. out that the poet t,l, t,e Imlh.' grated lo BeaverCoiintv, l' nn- - Kaiua, The Ian has many members. Who has gracious mfluenes one tremendous aggreholoainnnd Themar and Bathsheba. If How's that' what do you ma?" runs theolocrv Vitrorous erations. where the town of Kcftiiomv was laid not beard of the limbs of the law? "Pon't vou read poetr .'" Tragedy gate, and he askjyou for an account of it. this world is ever to be Edenired and it on in the line of the Alexanders. out on the right bank of the Ohio, "Yes, some." will be all the infected families of tho , runs on in the families of. 'Be Kembles. Ought not you tbe better than Keuff is immediate, and Well, didn't you eer read till vers wventeen mile northwest of Pittsburgh. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. a cure sure. 50 cents. Better have earth are to be regenerated, and there utll wlinh goes Literature runs on In" fh- - ne of the Trol- - had no such afrantages There was a of about 1'Oti lopes. PhiIanthronrrtnis on in the line of been a foundling picked up off the city somo arise in each family line and mien 'Oh woman !n our hours of eat uiemlx'rs in 1SS. It is an agricultural a new genealogical table. There will statesmanship runs on commons than wth JuclTmagnlflc-When is a man's doom like a letter! inthe AVilherforce I'ncertHin. coy and hard to Sqoa' Mem-heand manufacturing community. lxirrli ouner When it is sealed Adamses. Henry and heritance of conacratlon to turn out in- - be some Joseph in the line to re ' That's wluit I mPnn." in the line of Nth sexes are admitted, but verse the evil influence of Kehoboam, and religious, all their uiuereuuy. Catherine01 "Oh.'' remarked the friend. UJeh and they ilo not marn. Thoy profess Ought notyotLjnv.brother. to h. there will be some Mary in the line to refarnji i eiiKious. ice celebrated .family with a signititant wink, "I tfoble " j,he Casini, all math"emaficlans. The having had Chrutfan nurture, than that verse the evil influence of Bathsheba. observe strict tnnralitv, ami Merchant Traxeler. eieDrarea family of Medici-gra- nd Lit pav much attention to education the star of hope may point down to father. man who can tray say this morning 'son and Catherine nil "The fir.t wor I remember mv father your manger. Perhaps you are to be tho gation has begun in Pittsburgh ovi r At this wajn nfarly errrj one nls to use ftoxna ft Looks Like Poetry, but portof tonic IKON ent-ry phj . keen intellect. The celebrated family into almnet the estate of Kapp, involving oiik J17. of speaking to mt was an oalh; the first hero or the heroine that is to put down the A nician b prwHcnimon ir uiosa wno dmxi buuujnx op. orwallj photographer reie$d the OtlO.UUU Gustavus, all warriors. time I remembermy father taking hold of brakes and stop that long train of geneaChtcaijo Journal. nnnHW'5 This law of heredity asserts itself withme was in wrath; I neVer saw a Bible logical tendencies, and switch it off on an. following a few days ago out reference to social or political Mr I was ten years cf age. and then I till other track from that on which it has been plrnse alter them THE MARKETS. was Photographs over in tho foilowi way for you sometimes find the ignoble told it was a pajk o lies. The first twenty running for a century. You do that, ami I I am not at till plea.i with theT Cincinnati. March "8 m high place. A descendant of Edward : i .y ...e lwas associated with the win promise you as fine a palace as tha Proor please fee if you can t tlv ot t. : I. a toll gatherer. A descendant of EdTho left 8'do ol my face so It not .1 'V w 4 M """"M w be walled 'n by sin architects of heaven can build, the archChoice Hiitoherc nave mien a sneliisl appearand ward III. a doorkeeper. A descendant of and death." .vi 'I I UJ HOGS- ( oinmoa way inscribed with the words,. "More than m iwue mane me nice darker t 10 W 4'1 Good Packers the Duke of Northumberland a Now, my broths, ought you notIt looks as if vou nullwl it r. 4 .'') -I leave conqueror." MU'.r.r dood to choice Tbroujjh a whitewash pail anil l(i Some of the mightiest families of it as a matter of fairness with rijiil'lt-Piimtl- v But whatever your heredity, let me say, ght It i J i nc ireiiK! on iiutl I)Iciim alter (JKAtN Uitiuherrj rel '.w x.nKwna are extinct, while some of those jV .. n oen,,,. tnan th(jRe who you may be sons and daughters of the Lord J lie nose o It out look croot-NS tit, w No. 2 rel in the peerage go back to an had no early Christian Influence? Stand-n- g God Almighty. Estranged children from Ana iiiRKe the tiairdurk all the j ( orn No 2 mixed. . Viiv around m right tcinplo ancestry as .11 r terior. of hard knuckles and rough ex- is past you do between the generation that the homestead come home through tha oats No 2 mixed ;i'i And dont leave that dark snotutJcr 1,7 (.(. Wi . live No 2 and the generation that is to come, open gate of adoption. There This lawof heredity Is entirely in- Tlie left corner of inv tie leave lull is .12 o (" li 50 No. While under It tiiukc m left carl are you going to pass the blessing on royal blood in our iS.pendent of 80clal nnd political condition. TOIl.UCO-lomtn. s tu u s 10 Lugs.. veins. There nr THE Little lighter dont alter tlie color! you find avarice, and jealousy, and orare you going to have your life 10 (0 hi I.i CO Good Mediums Of the tie or coat nuj the crowns on our escutcheon. j Pork-M. 3714 BE5T TONIC .Id 2.1 PItOVlSIONS sensuality, and fraud having full swing gulf la which that tide of blessing Is king. Our Brother is Our Father Vi Haven PnAdhtm king. Wa Iinl Prune steam '. uii i:o . For WenkneNH, IIA NO 1.QCA- ark of in some families. The violent temper shall IlCTrHH-Clioi- ee 12 :nerr, fir., It I.nfitudr, I. I- and la Dairy .. of are drop out of g!ght forftverT You may be kings and queens unto God for Frederick William is the inheritance of tha only Iron mdlcm that is not inlurionn. the trustees of piety In that ancestral ever. Come nnd sit down nn tho Miiliclou INinernldii. ' .... Ohio Creamer) Zi (rf (A It Knrlelien the Illood. IntlKornten the .Mit-uc, ,m r jrou g0ng tQ aH(Jment or bench of the pnlace. Come xreuerick-- tlie Great. It is not a theory to em, Kent ores Appetite Aid Dlgrntlon Csmcralda Longcofiln ad Birdie APPLIES Prune bushel . . & to and wash Pt)I'Aror cr It dors not blacken or injure the teeth, canee bead, by worW1y Philosophy only, squander that solemn trust fund? Are you the fountains that fall into the basins in MiGinuiN. both belles of Austin) tJo not !v ,rth acho or prodarcoaMipationK(Arr Iron medicines do Ni:V YOKK of but by divine authority. Do you not re- going to disinherit your sons and daughM D . New London, Ohio, Jay van crystal and alabaster. Come and look out love each other excessively. .Not Sng sim e ri.orK State ami Western $2 ft) & 3 40 I haro pr ?cnfed Brown's Iron Ritttrs with najn member how" the Bible speaks of "a chosen ters of the heirloom which your parents of the upholstered u r, GKAIN Wheat No. 2 Chicago resnlta in citn ol Ibihtj where most Mtufactnrr window upn the garTom Ah jerry called in Mibs Lipgcoilin, a tocic needed, and I know of no preparation of No 2 red generation," of "the generation of the eft you? Ah I that can not be possible, dens of azalea and 4U Iron that doea better " amaranth. Hear th and during tlie conversation theyjanio to Corn No 2 mixed 4.i.6 :u be possible that you are going full burst of the nghteous," of "the generation of vipers," that can not Broadwar, Mrs Mabt SwrcncT, 103 .. a; (n orchestra while you Oats mixed Kj.. bats " I had lost all appetite and was en. of an "anaoward eenemtlnn nr n POItlv-M- os ...... 9 75 6' 10 2T ... to take such a position as that. You are quet with potentates and vicwrs. ban- talk about Miss McGinnis. .. . tirolr broken down la health. I was areatlT benefited Oh, "She has beautiful auburn loks," re- I.AKD Western steam it tl ItJ'J t7 Ilrown's Iron Bitters ,and gladl? recommend it " bom generation." of "Iniquity of the past very careful about the life Insurance., nn.i when the text sweeps backwaiTJ, '.et it JeflerMinTille. Ind., ji; Kins. rfANCT Cubic CHICAGO. visitjxl upon the children unto the third careful about the deeds, and caref..! -and a ireoeral with stop at the cradle that rocket? your not marked Miis Longcotliii. "I was troubled the rj't-1 ini "Last time I saw her." remarktl Tom, FLOCK State and Western .$4 ttO down lirkin with olmoet satwf actoryneed Brown a Iron and fourth generation?" So that the text the mortgages, and careful about the title fancy, butatthe results." Bitter the cradle that rockm: the first "her hair was quite dark. I tlunkshe put OK UN- Wheat No. 2 rtil.. . 80'4t M'i comes (lenuine has aboie Trade Mark and croMed red lines 73vj66 7t' j with the force of a projectile of your property, because when you step world; and when the text sweeps forward, No 2 Chicago Spring oil on her hair to make it look darter." on wrapper. Tnke no other. Madeonlbj Corn-N- o. 2 off the stage you want your children to let it not stop at your me ruigntiest catapult. "u" "Tm RllflVVN nir.MIOAL CO.. HAI.TlMOItK,.VII. "I should Oats No. 2 ....-- . get it all. Are you making no provision throne on which you grave, bi't at tha ing oil on be afraid to go neurits. PourWhose son art thou, thou young man? Kvo may reign forever a fire Is a risky sort if r Sense ol Smell. that they shall get grandfather and grand- and ever. POKK-M- es l 47h4t 0 Haid Esmeralda maIifiousIvw7'ciis Well," says some one, "that theory dis- mother's religion? Oh, LAllD-MeFor 1.1 Tears I was & a P2' ... what Siftmus. last will Whose son art thou, thou young rcs.n? with evere anii-e- d IIALTLMOUK. charges me from all responsibility. Born and testament you "are making, amy brothpain In mf head and mwTDCi Son of God I Heir of mortality of sanctified parents, we are bound to be er! ily ? M C 5 00 udM VKV Tk Into my ; your inheritance! .. J2 IC'ii dlftharges 2 GUA1N Wueiit-N- o. good, and we can not help ourselves. Born ii. catarrh In the name of God, amen. I, belne itl V,fi 4; throat from smell was SS5lofflRES!?2 of unrighteous parentage, we are bound .17 3S Oats-JiMyeneof to sound mind, mike this my last will and of w HPnnl COUNTING HIS GOLD. be evil and we can not help ourselves." 10 25 ttll 73 Impaired. By PltOVIiiloNH- - Pork Jlf!s I bequeath to my children much all the .. ... Vifo 7!J the of Ely's Cream I.anl As much as if yon should say, "tho cenmoney I ever made and all the houses I Deceased 4 K,fe .' CO CATTLK-Fi- rst uuallty Balm I have overcome tripetal force in nature has a tendency to own, but I disinherit them. I rob them of the Midnight Vagaries. . u 00 (A 6S7!i HOGS thee troubles. J B. bring everything to the center, and thereancestral grace and the ChrUtlan Influence IMyerstown (ra.) Cor. 2J. Y. Herald.) INDIANAPOLIS. Cahk. St Denis Hotel. that I Inherited I have squandered that on fore all things come to the center. The I fo John Lehman, who for many years was Wheat No 2 red 5 my own worldllness. ihare and nhare alike My son. seed nine 44 Corn mixed centrifugal force jn nature has a tendency a justice of the peace of Jackson township. 30 years, was afllicted with Onto mixed to throw out everything to the periphery, must tney in the misfortune and the everdied of apoplexy. After his death, when lasting caiarrh.the use of Hly's LOCISV1I.LB. and therefore every thing will go out to ered In outrage. 'Signed, sealed and delivnis son began examining his papers and Cream Balm effected Hour-- A No I God, and m-"... red .$ (0 t M rnmnlptft cure - IV Ka and the periphery." You know as well as I angels, the presence of all the OKAI.N Whfnt No 2 and devils, and generations hunting up his effects, he found, contrary .17 ( .irti miM-know that you can make the centripetal of earth, and heaven, and hell. March, 18W. to his expectation, StSZiZ: that his father was 32' i Outs in i overcome the centrifugal, and you can A particle Is applied Into each nostril: Is agreeable to O, ye hlgbjy.fayored ancestry, wake up comparatively a poor man. 10 full 00 roltk -- llls Several thouue PrlceSOccntsbvmalloratDniRifUti. Owego, X. V. fcendfor make the centrifucal overcome, the this morning to a sense of your oimortuni. sand dollars were supposed to be LA III) ot am Wit 8 circular. ELY BI'.OTIIEItS. missing, - tripetel. As when there is a ty and and your responsibility. mighty tide I think which aroused suspicion, of goodjn a family that may be overcome there must be an old cradle or a fragment known what had become but it was not of the money. by determination to evil, as In the case v.iijr a uona made Its appearof of a cradle somewhere that could tell Aaron Burr, the libertine, who had for story of midnight supplication in your be- a ance whichcertain caused some excitement. ,: . father President Burr, the consecrated; as half. Where is the old rockine-chai- r in Some time afttr the death the house was in the case of Pierrepont Edwards, No words of ours can tell the benettt to be derived the which you were sune to sleeD with the occupied by John Fox and family, but they The mild weather, following our lonjj and severe scourge of New York society seventy winter, has sui h a depressing edect upon the body from Hood's Sarsaparllla, If you need a good spring years holy nursery rhyme? Where is the old only remained a short time and moved prosago, who had a Christian ancestry; medicine. It will strain all impurities from the blood that one frcls all tired out, almo't coTipletely while clock that ticked away the moments of away. The house is now occupied by A noinurkal.ly (juOCr Hunk. trated, the appetite Is lojt. and there no ambition to muse the torpid liver, Inri.orate tho dletlve on the other hand, some of the best men that sickness on that awful night when Joseph Peffly, who declares that sinusal system Is organs, and Impart new life to every function of the "Kir?" he wud. us lie entered do anythlnp The whole tendency of the and women of this day are those who have there were We only ask you to try a single bottle to prove but three of you awake you noises are heard. His downward Hood's Srsparlll Is Just the medicine Nk1 with a bill in lihr'hnnd. cdmeof on ancestry of which It would not and God and mother? Is there not an old some time after dark statement ic that as an honest needed. It purines the blood, sharpens the. appetite, the positive merits of Hood's a strange noise la -, Van vou give me five w speaic in their presence. J11 " overcomes the tired feclln- an Invigorates every and reliable medicine. staff in some closet? Is there not an old heard sounding as if some one "I think Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the best medicine of the body. function exch The practical and useful object of this family Bible jF for a twenty?" hadabox:fllled.withgold.andlwouldemn " Hood's '.arsaparllla In four weeks made mc a new for general debility there 1, and for the good It has sermon is to show to you that if vou have addreess you,on some shelf that seems to the same in pile, So,? tlio "Sii ouldn't rejllv lr ; j a msn. My head ceased to ache, and my whole system done me I cheerfully recommend" It." J Eulllvsn. 39 saying: and then it would seer " come of a Christian ancestry, then you Idler. Brown St Rochester, N T. as though It ran down Into the cellar. I. Is built up anew, enjoying perfect health. "My son, my are rep I have used Hood's Sarsaparllla for ft blood purifier "You CHwn't?" 13) Bank St, S Y. City. solemnly bound to preserve and develop ject that God daughter, how can At times sharp who so kindly dealt with us In sound asa though crack is heard similar ' We all like Hood's barsaparilla. It Is so strengthen- In my family several years, and can not speak too "No." the glorious inheritance; or, if you all our lives one would take a j.trin hlghlyoflt." J.E.CoLLi.s.riqna,0. whom we commended cf board and strike it against ing." Lizzie BaLroCR. Auburn, R. I. "Queer batik, vcr.v queer., Have to another " vuum oi a aepraved ancestry. you In our and to g board. Then take my patronage Where. I'll is men it is you" duty to hpnpa TAT,.. the memoryprayers, living and dying? By seemingly torn tho Good Up down Zfetroit Free Press. again. of J"" . oir K,iSLthe.evll.tndency hv all 'amilyaltar.brthe old homestead, by the A new suit of clothesand replaced by M & was found - . our dying pillow,. by th "My daughter received much benefit from the nse " My daughter had been alllnR some time with gen. prayer n.iin Christian determination, .O...PlOt i .. " " "u; 3.. ,1,a been there was recomMie IVunte.l a Signal. of Hood's Sarsaparllla as an excellent tonic after a and fcrayes m which our bodies sleep while our borne one hsd vtumr unuer some wards. eral debility, and Hood's you are to flud out what are the 4 protracted mended to us fainily spirits hover, we beg you to turn over a family that at a certain plnceand told the Ethellertn- -I ant a pair of slippers, for was completely After she had taken three bottles she Adams, attack of bronchial pneumonia." F. H. there w frailties, and in arming the castle put the new leaf, cured and built up. It Is with ereal New Hartford. Conn. kettle with gold and silver hid in a. a pa. Number tens, please, and that now." the strongest guard at the weakest gate. pleasure that I recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." "nood's Sarsaparllla has done me an immense Oh, the power of ancestral piety, well earth, and on the top of which wold ha M. MlRRlaXEE. Supt. Cincinnati & Loulrrllle Genial Shoemaker-Squea- ky, , vv itn these smooth stones from the brook I amount of good. My whole system baa beea built up miss? I'm Bex Line Co.. Cincinnati found a large Mall illustrated by a young man of New York and the stone, stone. Search was made, afraid we haven't any of and strengthened, my digestion Improved, my head hope to strike you, not where David as predicted, wan found, that kind." "For the past two yearn I have been afflicted with rellcv ed of the bad feeling, and my throat relieved of g one night but on removing the same no kettle nor Goliath, In. the head, but where struck who attended a Ethelberta I am so sorry. Couldn't you revere headache and dyspepsia I was Induced to the severe Irritation. 1 consider Nathan and asked for prayer, and went home and money was there. The opinion that Mr. make him itthebeitmedldne - ' struck David In a squeaky pair? There is tt cer- try Hood's Sarsaparllla, and found great relief." I have ever wed." JUet L. Px- -. 3 Turner St the heart. wrote these words: Lehman had hidden some of his money New Haven, Ct, ; ts. E. F Ajw-bSalem. Mass. tain young gentlpman who viits me Whose son art thou, thou yonna; Twenty-nvman? my mother is generally entertained, since none of it years ago and and it would be very con; . Some time, i the winter holiday, went to heaven my beautiful, blessed could be found after his death, and thes when venient for him to know jUgt when pa Is midnight visitations seem to strengthen Other Ulrt T hnun len lnnp tn.H i.r. opr families 'ai."CC?J0med coming. Philadelphia Cull. ha" com. back ag.iB anil idown "upon the billows of life's tern- - this belief among a certain class. the bouse Some thirty persons visited .. C3T s.n.M Shall J tver no to htaven? M, night to listen to thr ghostly ,fc, Mj j ZkU t.i?" .i.t,CS?SL"0T,bked to define the word Mi fcy HI for IS. Mie esly Hi b ht? farther !nrtl nation wJl gj3nd, whJmpjred out: "Itjaies when a co-j. MOOD wK.iti,. P. I. KO0D C0(Jov-eriinr f fsceh; a 'u at Biri 'iu kucia a uiuro uuptiuai I1CI1L tha, between David and Goliath. em-Ploy- ed iKbtr f - ia of "Auld Lang Syne." The old folks were so busy Bt such times In making us happy, and perhaps on less resource made their sons, and daughters happier than you pn larger resource are able to make your 90ns and daughters happy- - The snow ,fty two feet above their graves, but they shook off the white blankets" and mingled in the holiday festivities the same wrinkles, the same stoop of shoulder under the weight ot age, the same old style of dress or coat, the same smile the same tones of voice. I hope you remember them before they went away. If not, I hope there are tboe who have recited to you what they were, and that there may be in your house some or dress Or furniture with which you associate their memories. I want to arouse the most sacred memorie of your heart while I make thempassioned interrogatory in regard to your pedigree Whoso son art thoa.thou young man? First, I accost "TU. those who are iU scended of a Christian ancestry. I do not ask if your parents were perfect. Perhaps there wis sometimes too much blood in their eye when they chastised you. Dut from what I know of you, you got no more than J'a deserved, and perhaps a little le-- than you deserved, and perhaps a littln more chastisement would have been salutary. But you are willing to acknowledge, I think, that the y wanted to do right. From what you overheard in conrersatfons and from what you saw at the funily altar and at neighborhood obsequiesi Tou kl,ow thftt tUeJ' had invited God'i'nto their heart and life. There was something that sustained those old people superaturally. You have no doubt about theirMestinv- You expect if you ever get to hven to meet them as certainly as yoePe:tto meet the Lord . Jesus Christ. has been a charm That early for you. p"r" TKS H time when vou got right up frflm R house of iniquity and out. into the fresh air because you thougiit your mother was looking a t you Yon have nirer been very happy in sin hcause of a sweet old face that would prtjent itself. Tremulous voices from the"pait accosted you until they were seeniins'i audible, and you looked around to see who spoke. There was estate not mentioned in the last will and testament, a vast estate of prayer and holy example and Christian entreaty and glorious memory. The survivors of the family gathered to hear the will read, and this was to be kept, and that was to be sold, and it was share and share alike. Hut there was an unwritten will that read something like this: In the Jiameof God, nmen.T.blngof sound mind. bVqn'esth to my children all my pray, ersfor their salvation. I bequeath to them the Chr'stlan rellxlon which has been o much comfort to me, and J hope may bo oolHce fbrthein; I bequeith to them a hope of reunion when the partings of life are over; sharq and share alike mv they have In I bequeath to them the wishthat they may avoid my error and copy anyIn the thing thnt may have been worthy name of the God who made me, and the Christ who redeemed me. and the Holy Ghost arti-tic- le " CHAIR; Or, HaUng Lots of Innocent Fun in THE REVOLVING IPuek. rather',. Library. l. j uywHt Cap.-Fea- r I'""-crlu- pedo-boa- ts tr aation wkd mr Se' to-da- y flug-nhi- ( k k s. i flag-chi- p It is a striking illustration of the absurdity of many of the notions of people, that Chalmers, the great Scotch preacher, when a tutor. n a not allowed to sit at the table w ith the parents of children he taught regulator's" and formulated their When he became famous, and the mulin demand and petition titude were wild to hear him. those arisgrievance addressed to the State authorities. They tocrats proudlv boasted. "He was our tutor!" The ltapttst. iiuiiplaiued that the salario of the and other State ollicials wore too Trof. Jxo J. Caldwell, M. D , Baltihigh, that the lawyers evaeted extorfees, and lliat the taxes, were more, says: No narcotics in Red Star tionate quite loti burdens) mie to bear, and thev Cough Cure. Price, 25 cents a bottle. GerDr. demanded an issue of paper money and many Richard Oberlaender, Leipzig, : St. Jacobs Oil cured mo of neuralgia. the removal of the legislative Assembly from Boston. An ellort was made in "How mo tho bull look on emerging tin- spring of 178ft1 to nllav the popular from the china show V "A llltlethe vonu liseontent by passing an act todiiinnish for the wure." costs in the collection of debts, and allow we heard one man say to anothcertain back taxes and debts to be paid er "Hri theotherday. "Ididn'tknowyountfirst, w hy ' vou look ten years younger than you but the people were not in produce, ' ten In September, the first armed did when I miw you last" "I voimger," demonstration of the insurgents was yearn '....,. . l. was tho reply. ,4"ou ,1 . .. .11 .l.,.ll. mad i' b intermpUng and dispersing timo nnd gave up expecting to boanv bo the court at Worcester. In like man ier. luoiiocior saiu l unu consumption. I ner Isniics of armed men broke up the was terribly weak, hadnighUswcats, cough, lost sessions of the courts elsewhere, and no iipiwtito, andMedical flesh. I saw Dr Discovery' adver i'ierco s 'Golden in December over one thousand men, tised, and thought it would do no barm if under Daniol Shavs, who had been a it did no good. It has cured me I am a new man !oonuse I am n well one ' C.ipt.iiti of troops during the revolutionary vr.ir. suspended the of the VThfn a bankrupt btipn me Court at Worcester and eicht day isrloek' When concernrun'ik an it i ispringheld. In J.imi.'iv following, ), when it u wound up. Shas, at the head of uearlv two thou"No 1'liyolr. !lr. In Min!" sand men, marched upon Springfield A gooil story comes from a boys' board with the purpose of seizing the a senal in Jersey." The diet there He was opposed by a force of notonous and conbtipating, nnd thowas molearned and Principal decided to introduce some militia tinder fienerul Shephard. e and await iiiMirgciits were bred upon and tied, style physic in the Ono bneht lnd. tho happy leaving three killed and one wounded smartest in results. discovered tho th secret on the held. Next dav tin v were fol- nnno in his school, nnd pushing back his sauce, lowed up bv a large militia force under plate, shouted to tho pedagogue, "No (Jenenil Lincoln, and at Petersham one puyidc, tir, in mino. My dad told me to Ir Pierce's a hundred and fifty were tkeu prisoners, tiFenutbin' butand thov nro'Pleasant Pellets,' and the remaintfer dispersed, the lead- duty like a charm :" Ihoy aro doing their er making their escape into New anil purely vegetable A free pardon wan offered Hampshire. AVhev the car drivers strike they do not to nil who would lav down their arms, brake ami it was generalU accepted. Four- Uitn any tiling Jtottou Comintrnal UuL teen of tho prisoners were tried and sentenced to death, but were all Younc Men, Kenil Tills. pardoned Kha sought safety The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., for some time in Veimout. but was par- olVertosen.l tludrcolebrated ELEcrno-Voi- r other doned at his own petition about a ynr taio Uklt and days, Electhic Ap,LIACE3 on trial forSO to men (voumr orol.n after. The popular feeling which gave afllicted with nervous debility, loss of vitalto the lebel'ion continued to pre- ity and all kindred troubles. Alsoforrueu rise vail, but no further forcible demonstramaiism,neuraigia,paraiy sis.and many othtions were made. And a the country er diseases. Complete restoration to health. vlgor.und manhood guaranteed. No rLskin- began to prosper the grievances comcurren, as w nays' trial is allowed. Write plained of gradually disappeared. thomatoncofor illustrated pamphlet, free. lnttr-OctadiM-oiitt-- SHAYS' REBELLION. An Historical I".eit Which lias A!mot lleeu forgotten. The causo of this outbreak was tho pi'iieral uerty and ufltring after the revolutionary war. The provinces had bci-drained of money to pay the expenses of the army. Taxes wero high and an enonnotu number of suits for debt were brought before tho courts. The peoplo were ditrvs.sei.l and thought that the easiest way to relieve their n ness and his own family m faithfully that he has no timo to make himself solid with tho hoys, blackballs are at a premium. Clricaao Journal. The secret societv is always try charitable, but it does not permit an sentimental considerations to interfere when it comes to oting on new member?.. If the candidate is a "good fellow" and a "good fellow" is too often a fellow who is good for nothing at all ho goes through with a whoop; but if he be a man who attends to his own busi- WEAK, NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED MEN maau SSTRENGTJT (REGAINED: & avoid Drugs, Secret Medicines, etc., and send for ' The Beview," or " Healthnd M Strength Regained," a large m and Women seeking health, strength and energy, should Illustrated Journal, published entirely for their benefit. It treats distress would be to force- tlie few rich to bear part of the burden of the many 15y the fall of 17.S6 the general poor hud assumed an organized fu in. Tin1 people met here and there ami formed themwhes into bamLs of - i - n health. hyEtcn. physical ratture. and md leal MMect. anU Is a roinplet encyclopedia of Inforra-a.offenoc humanity afflicted Chronic, nervous, exhausting and ilrjul diseases. fcrery subject that beaw on health and imaun happl. upm receives attention In Its panes; a"l th "'t0.-questions i'ed by allu.ll persons and of a cure are answered, andyaluat.le In'ornMi-wai-Hin; ---.llnlioarelnn-io- : tionisTulunteen-d- t been pnbtbheu. JCvery sicK ever Na 75. C. cr miig person should have It. YOUNG ANTi MTTmT.F. AOED MEN', -- n.1 others who sqflr from nervoo' and . pBycaldebll.tr.xli5ustedTialiTy7pFeiiriure derlme'etc . are n,7" B "i - . ti fully eivet. In Itspas .. . .li, nfMi...i KvervthlD- i jeh r. afferent wh to know finmminnfiorKr,""V,i,-'.."V- ,i any and you WU1 aavo limp, mnnn nrt .iintxiintmcnt. If usinc medicine ot medical IreatmeBl k,D"'tl It and learn the better way prortss to medical injW'ra THEKKVIEW exposes tha frauds practiced by ouacks and Igor aadDouny " practlct medlclne,"and jwlnts out the only sufe.sltaple and elTectlve road eD. WsctiJc Belts and all enratlve arpllance arp treated upon ; all about tesn wbi Jff f which arboirus. and iher fallacies on thirtvda stria. ItVV Unwisiumum saved nervoudebllltysutr.Terand others by thea.tw.- - cix en. , yearof pibllratlon Complete specimen ople3rnall.-d FllEK . COPIES r l,.. "?0jt?Sr "o Ik-It- s ' Hit n-- t !, Acdreu.namini;tblspap.r. K"ipply Publishers REVIEW, as1164 Broadway, New York. ' y now or preserve our addrts r sat-islie- d. '' n- I.-- ...- T I 1. MARCH if APRIL- if i Mki K:lt d tbelnmw -- i'tcMa"f icnoiKn of rosei. SlltI3V re the thre arrhro of -i rv.a vare!ii c.-- you thou 1 eek o eleanie ami ISATltVlVUTIVIIl' purify jour srtem from 'm:. r rb leverltb kia. taie UJt-.'k . ieN con.tjstl&a.nr lnitlixetlon. liejjdarhe. hr-want of npneilfr dlMn!rred lEXXr.DY'N K.VOItlXK JCI.UKIHl to Bu WUhoatnhouTfidrUT wh"!! y u offer from &ay PURIFY TH 1 BLOOD i f.n ifi '(iV ( wih voa on jtmntr. ouwrif.ndlfc rt hoiae, for "f bo f n f ( -- t 1 v wott-w- l rfirmrr tran k.nr&. &m a r - n j i t or the UU peculiar to the x, F VA OICIT II 1CIIIK1Y proven a ical blessing. m f iuu-- fciv Jieln at aj DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S ing-scho- vIDB B"V 93 ii lAYUEtllE. IleTiS.aJli SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. $1 I3H. DAVID 3CJ3JV3Va3IDir, old-th- nppIe-Rauc- rORCOUCHS, CROUP ANL CONSUMPTION USE hondout. If. v. 0Vggoatv Ute -- per Bottle; 6 lor $5.00. HR'S )ev e- - Turg-ativ- o anti-biliou- s, fev H jMfejx OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN. The Sweet Gum from a tree of the fimo riamo crowing in the South, lomblned" with a tna raado f rnm tho Mullein plant ol the old fieldn. or falo bj alldni?(rltat2rents and tl Ol per bottle. TVAlTiUtX TAYLOU, .tluntn. On. ! T subse-(jiient- U Jl j UiUiiJ "-- j ww- - EPITHELIOMA! EwIft'B Specific, and 1 drte rmlned to make an effort to procure It In this I wa ucciful. andleeaniia Be. me mnuence or the medicine at Cm was C'A-au- jo n. eternity-Slimed- OR SKIK CANCER TorMTtn jfr I uffered wlih a cancer on my faee. Eleht montln ago a friend recoaimendrd the ne ot , THE WORLD REN'OWNEDALVATOH FOR 1N5L!D5 AND THE AGED. AN INCOMPARABLE ALhHENT FOR THE GROWTH AND PROTECTION OF IN-- 1 FANT.5 AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL, te AGENT IN ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES S'iilPPING DEPOT 2z I to-da- y j 1 quick-tempere- d "lIiM"-an(i-ej;f- r. it-it- ne at wuicwuii -- KKratniciue pure. uu(iun tlunwaa allayed, and I btan tolmproreane lew uouiei. Kenerai neaun nai creailrimti am uronger. ana am aoio to no any Eindof Horn The cancer on mr fare began to decrea.p nnd the uicrnonrm. car mar La is noi a Teftlge or It leu unmmrrf p'are. tnly a little the Mb. Joicie A. McDotaid Atlanta. Ga. Aufru: 11, isss. Tre atle on Bloo.1 and Slctn DIeaes matlnl free Tux Swirr sr,.,MO Drawer 3, Atlanta, K.",J7 W.25dbtreet. 1 a. :;::oLD BV'j IJRUUUUIJ. V As. TnuppicTr ouiiiivniiLLujviiA kK( . .HewYork 1r 1-- er Red School House Shoes. iS s&; zzZjjM?t(i' ...v 'jx? ? - F j '7 oi)i-un- uf (!ov-crnnic- iit s by0 le ..-- r; ii-- - -- lv- tWl.onL for thp Lltla KmI kihnnl II.I...I' M Ht thtt Henderaon'i name tj on 'rla .r foro Ttubcr. Send for a et of our fancy Scuuoiiara Co In liatU to VroM?ution shoddy Ther and Stomach Remedy iraaas. Any manu :i d'sonlern of the Ftomach, Uer, facturer Jobber ..n tatldealer. vho nfTera Fr.hccnref V aiidcr, Ncrrous Dlee. K for sale a Shoe with a Aooeil'e Ht.dirhe Cos'lrcnes. indbri'stlon.BllloM- Elcture of a school I' nesn. Kerer. icfiammation of thoBoeU. I'Ues. ana Diaceu DDun vlwera. rnrelr tbe,olI notthereof all denncements of tho Internal minerals OT dele coatalntngnoJuercury. (which " made '.-- lertousdruN. Jt. IIenderm k l'rlrr. S.I n'sperhox SaMby all druggists. Chicago) r!riti:.KKof IMITATIONS! are HENDERSON'S f ,rBTS and Or 5 are solid auo atira. (v Theyu, not dappo!nt rru Fch.w! so !DA DWAY 'n pii3Ls: Tho GREAT LIVER hi-- Lof I.v-- I ! nreacurefor and IK. ItADWAVS IMI.KS to the nomaili thl c it pia 1 renoro recsth ) DYSPEPSIA (oper'"rml.fanctt as I i,. nt BEST ORGANS PAYMENT PLAN Mason &haml Vo-el- the llal.lltlrof 1itsnps adisapptar. (SITU tn i cunirart aiseate. Take the mrdklss tl i what c aay la ar. li- - i d'rern. n. and n.e nd True re specyug diet. o WJt. ILVllwATdl CO.. o. :a "VVarren Street, c- - lorki for Fsie and True ' lie sure, lo net KA1IW.V1 S. lh-3- enai.le it ns. The symplonwof DR. RADWAY'S j- ,,he arre p, 1 l t kh. Prot-estantiM- -- Per-ha- ps m..-i.,.- i.i !. TIRE 0 OUT! ni -- sritrci payments at heraleo H.'l.a.lpr month, up t)Ic. K2 to nil Send for tataicgu- - vruh full rtrticuiara, mailed free. AIM the Mason fc Ilnmlln Tmpried Uv rlzhl Pianos, new method of strlngtce MASON & HAMLIN their nnnvalrd Or-a- ns on tt -- lilro ORGAN AND PIANO CO., BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. arsapariilian Basoivenf, It Po't is or he h Keo rtt.wo uoo. 'r ormg acaj o and a bottle. WR-j- -- r Sold by dmsUt. purifies th- -l ia. ih . GEN. LOGAN A BONANZA RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. For ne reiief and cure of a.l Taig, CoBRestlons and jnSam:r.a:!c!t DR. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Sltfel, N, Y. con-jiitio- n, , 1 MVKFTOCK-Cattle-Coinmo- iit. - trunk-make- .... 1 . Book. r-led Write territory For.good Agents. ork AT ONCKfor A. It.HAUTAtO., rui'thcrs in MaTtiy Street. Skw most-honore- d ,f you-ou- -- ln-- :'! Iit f Have treated Dropsy and Its complications with tho most wm lerful succcsa:use "vegetable remedies, en ttrery liann.-esRemove all symptoms of drupty la eight totwenty days. Cure patients pronounced hopeless hj the best of physicians. From the first doe tne symptoms rapidly disappear, and in ten days at least of all t.) inptoDn. aro rciiiut ru tome may cry humbug without knowlngAnythlsz about it lemember. It does nut cost vou anvthln: to realize the merits of our treatment foryem-el-f. In ten days the difficulty of breathing is relieved, the pulse regular, the urinary organs made to dlschargo their full duty, sleep Is restored, the swelling alle or nearly cone, the strt-ntIncreased, and iprelHem-.d.. F000 ne aro constantly curing cases of jong stand-cae- a that hare been tannex n. number of times. and the patient declared unable to live a week. . lve . n f.lll tifa.n.w v. Ma.n ...HID BCA.UUW ..... ... IUUK BUtttlTU, ...niw.j ne va?c V'u.n how badl swollen and where, are bowels costive, have leg bursted and dripped water, fcend for free pamphlet, containing testimonials, question, etc Ten days treatment furnished free, by maiL (Ills) umlMivIv pii-v- iI. .- ; z : li juu oruer trial, send 1 0 cents In stamps to pay pottage. it. ii. mr.E. .fc.so.VN, u. s FREE FARMS in STTaNrxsrsz-SA- N LUIS. & HAY-Tiuin- lhy on -.- os- ;.... The rooit Wonderful Aarimltural 1'arkln America urroioded by prosperous mining and manufacturing M.tgnlflreni crops towns. FARMER'S rAItADIS-- 1 In ISSi THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF GOVERNMENT LAND,'uliJecttopreemptlon. homeitead. Lands foreale to actual settlers at tliO per Acre. LongTlme. I'arklrrlgatcd by Immense canass Cheap railroad rates. Kvery attentlonshownsettlers. Formspf.pamrhlets, etc. addre Colorado I vr A. LiAVCa.Oper.iIIouser.loc-.renver.C(- xx.. ir. xx. for Eleven Specialists two-third-s TREATED FREE. Years Past, t soiws, ' 1 1 s !? sjl i, tlx. fm. Vrr-imw- , Petroleum V. Xaaby'a Latest ! -- 11 "VT Louis-Till- e. k. i KV wea-ne- es m. D. R. Locke (Fetrolcum V Jfasby), editor Toledo I had on a forefinger of my right Blade, telegraph". .' The hand one of those pleasant pets, a flscerbecamo lnfiamed to a degree unbearable and size. A friend fcu nearly twice Its natural swollen ,- .n.-TiA- T v-- .. InA.mm.. IITCD'IU'" ! In a day. IC.TW Thma most ln consider It tlonleft the finger able article." Ask for Bennft. ....- - .n.iuiv I I ' ... to-da- y No Rope Uelebraiea to Cut Off Horses' Manes. ".u.ii-.it.-- ji.Aa.- - l.lIIeiv T- bind-tie,- " ..-- -.. 5- um Catarrh 1 FLOCK-Kmn- Trade. J.C. Halter to any part of the C S ree.onrecelptof Ml. Sold by all Saddlery. Hardware and Harness to the Dealers. Special LJonTnocs-.Rochester- aod Ellnot be JIKIH1.C lomninrd, slipped by any horse. Samcan . ,ione Airnue, .iiiantn, uu. ji... tSend .N for l'rlce-I.ii- t. Y torn-Mlx- rTVi XGUREFit8l i util - Piso's Remedy for Catarrh Ane-InHU'li- ie jf Best, Easiest to Cse, and Cheapest. la the -- ... " Also good for Cold in the Head, Headache, Hay Fever. Ac, SO cents. atlmaand 1tbenhsT thvmretani aesn. I tnsn armdl. csl care hT trude the UImis of FITS. EPILEPSY or PALLING SICKNESS lifelong study. Iwirrint my remedy to ears ths worst cues BecaoM others bsva failed Is no reason for dm cow receiving a car. Send at onto for a treatise aad a Fm Bottl of ray lafslllbU reaedy. Give Kxpress and Post OiCce. It costa yoii will cure cothlsxfora trial, and I BOOT; yoo. isa rearl Su Vew Tort. iddre: Dr. IL O. n, FIG CULTURE, NORTH. SendlOe. for Mr- - Oulds giving an Ea-- y and Practical plan for ths racc-9t- al cultivation of this delirious sodprontabteofall fruits for the North, mot Held from years from planting. Also the sototnobu per are. Xeion Shrub, most wonderful fruit, and largo collection Flowers and E.''rror.leal Fruits, Hants. Perry County, Seeds. lUXXa 805, Bwanwick. HL lA lt.VTOOA Imalledtoyou free, of the ew Vorfe City, SEND YOURIOORESSI blerna" urugK,,,-MAY-EEVE- R .. 27 .East 44th Street. New York. CHEArEST and IIEST. Price KEDCCErl SCIIOOI. will sujiii:u of Languages of 1 Drug-gfit- That Tired Feeling 1 lla, htS TtWj lUattrnteiU Agents Wonted. CO., Circulars free. A. J. IIOIVMAX u er x uji HolmanlM .t Ihll. FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. New method, of decorating EI Ike, Satins. Vases, riaques. Lampshades, etc Can. not bi detected from hand patntln?. Easily applied. Send for price-lU- t and fuU directions. nOFFM V.N.V UUOs.. Alula Street, Clnclansttl, Ohio. MUSTANG Survival of the Fittest A FAMILY MEDICIXB TOAT UKS ll. TT-trt- J W'SIlO TIC11rTl tfc.I I'tlVlD m flitfi3s-- l iu, ubiinkSut-tmlii.-forenoo- n !fMf? "V .. w b r,. .n.. . T ' - . r" ,,MiMN m 7. Qu c..... bk. s..w.. rp- ..... - Ol&lra)th Mf. Co., riItlM.II. "")""' five-doll- I.CDCNinVLA"WS;Omeer-payfro& SON, -- s. e u "' 2J years; and SHI I'rnslonafee. Increase, experienceand'Uws. or no rite for circulars A. W.ilcCOKMICK Ohio. MIIU0S IIEAIED DURING 3S TEAKS t OPIUM weatheV-boardin- maw-mng- ., I Cured and Built An Excellent Tonic HEIiMmpMEIT. A BAIM -- 1 a MAS AXD FOR ETERT WO 7VI OF, FREE sr and 1'ulnle--lIlnblt. QuicklyCorrc9.pdnd(cc9y cured t home. solicited and freetruit of run sent honest investigators, the IIC vs Kc m sor CoxraxT. Laf aye tte, lnd. A book worth $10. on OrmrUbJn. sent free' bv tho Union rub Co.. I vl. t.Cnm .W f SAST t LOVE CM,, IMiUMlVi JUM.. ,,.UVUU ...n... fM.i. 1 11 I and-hquf- aky. The Oldest & Best Liniment EYER MADE IN AMERICA. Boolcon CAMCER y. I PONtreatment sent free. Address D. JtJ)Aurora, Kane Col Treated and cared without theTrnlfe. prayer-meetin- 8AIES IABGER TEANZVER. y EB,IioItry.dori tor sale engravui free. .J' 1 k) er s u.. jt:svuie."l'a latali-urswttbr- J FINE B!oollCaitle,Sbvet,ni. s good pay. os l-, e , &eM V" .r. Tjll,lil"t - a rr lt n!f Kood's Sarsaparilla hr h1Iexlcanfor more than oeea known Mnstanr Unlment ha. i? I t ! as the best of all Unlment-- . for are M2 Beaau Its sales y niS. fall, and penetrates skin, it cures wnen all hers .?" tendon au mnecie, to tha very bone. Sold, . thirty-Ar- e furnished. "Write Viirrnv-U-- I iil-iVr.r- -ra Inrtl SltuatJiitia t "r' to-da- I'JC" Artrn A MOVTII. Agents WanteO. Ddliort nllsellnganlclrslntli-worl1 sample fl;:. JAY BHOXSOX.DrTKorT. illCB. J.UU Addrett d. , "tywn-rs- A.N.K.-- K." , Ar-:jr- :i. 4 - 3L T f v J00 9ss8 Qas dollar I XQP &es Oa Ar9ttfirl, Doll it:!. tl. , WHE"U1TtMTO APVKUTJSI3H3 plrn.e asjrjrpu mir lh Artvrtr-tnf"- J iv- - . JOJG y mXSr -- , I.. sr r, i ., . -- - fzvpJT1 vt-i- i. .1 ifeuOfci ptiJftiLi:. "iff?"" SM?iirT; 'i KE2E!E2S5I JBt-T- 5Si"fi bfWjJth) Hill "ii - r V v ... - J m i r jiAJDXES, Dress 0015 .'.i., LOCAL NEWS. 1 Hickman, preparing to commence ff"onnlvicinitv. Western Kentuckians will not Before making your Spring purand It looks like there will he no active banking operations. The be behind when their interest and tSL Ck,na" l,MS "8idene of Dr- Ir We FCIi CIKCUITJUDGK. chases, don't fail to call and exam- tariff bill passed by Congress this safe, books, ofiice furnitnie, &c, are authorized to announce'', t.. uSrd5Ce Bl Being an ine oar stock of ItANDLK, of Fulton county, a a candir i :... iuusiuess IS pleasure is once seen. mjsclf, 1 raarlD session, liuu ifiun.uiui iicinu Kentnckinn date for Circuit Judge. Election in An . &' "'V hlVCd JlWaitilljr the comple know the just pride all the old T Rtnnn.,1 in of gust next. DKAI.i.k tl.rn-- tion ot the bank building, wi.ich blood have in the developments Oo's, this morning, and can safely, A.. j say, without any exarreration, is retarded by the weather. Vie that have been made in gait, stle V fi' FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTOKNEY. DRUGS,! FAINTS Affl. DL-gnibank commences with the en t,rcjand speed in Kentucky horses, they have the most complete stock nnnfidniipo ...... nrnnil tviII nf We are authorize'! to announce (.'HAS. HIYSICAN AfJD SURb'EON ntifl ..... v.. the,nilli pro,, ;,, nnr IvfMituckv mules: v.V w......v, 'I of Dress Goods that I have ever business people, and is II TH'ntAS. of McOracken counlv, as a under pin-- ' .ira ,i, OPfiinji nf'thu sue- - HICKMAN, seen in Hickman. Ladies, call . KENTUCKY canili.late for re election u the otlice of uent, good management, and will ci(!S . nmi we ij;0 otu.r Southern Attorney for thi- Judicial Commonwealth and see them. tr.HS his prove a benefit to the people and mpn ;,. the ilnvs of hire-- and col U the oitixens Professional Services to District. E.eetiou in Augint, laS6. ISS-- PRESCRIPT to XX CARL TJjl r. Go Ml of Hickman and vicinity. Hon. James II. TJowden an its stockholders. "We have the most stylish goods UNlEDl We are authorizetl to announce JOHN ored labor, relied greatly on the for nounces himself as a candidate K. HENUUICKS, of Livingston county, fever brought to the city, and are patience and endurance of the r.tltcmvut us a caudid.tte for the office of Common showing the greatest variety of Judge of the Superior Court tor Great excitement has luTrxiis. mule, because he would bear abuLUKE B! ARKRHRN. i Wen caused in the t .liidi wealth i Attiriii-y- . the First District. in tnin the styles. Our stock comprises much bet- - Ting cial District of Kentucky, hlectlon in vicinity of rarm, Tex., by the remarkable ses and rough driving thoronn Mirl Kf.n;rt.. cr ?f August next. or- , xnu tasty ter than our spirited horses. But e. Hi. :, , of Mr j. f'cotW. i.n ,, .. BOUCLES, LACE BOUCLES, rangement and and beautiful display of goods helplcw he could nn turn in bod. or mise a new em is dawning: improved (iruil mare ami In. V, .,..,,.. u.. .W - ari a notorized 10 ailiiOunpeSA tl!Ff. s "j vitiii BOUCLE SUITINGS. at Phuit Bros. & Co.. ir nltrnetillg. his head; everybody said lie wis dvini? of! iii!icliiiipr in the hands of intelli SHOWS a marVpil rnnnti.I.,.-- n hoie. iir CKOSLANU. hs a cniiliil.nu for the otlice f MOCK, coupled with ad- uomeoi ur. tvmg-Ainu eun"uj,et 1C conducting snccessiui the spirit and action of Commonwealth 8 Attorney in this, the CAMELS HAIR SUITINGS. special attention and marked ujennon and miration. In addition to the well Fn,nln,s A aTrwtXbtlieMme ,ef operations on the farmlabor, every oi ui &C, address, ancestors. For tmrticti- - rirsl Judicial District ofKeutuckv DEALERS SUITINGS. ttAC LE lars, neat-aestablished reputation of this firm DrKinNew Life IM1; he other lt'lrtnient of DRUG?, MEDICINES, BOOKS. STATIONERY, and Sr ..1 Surplie COMBINATION SUITINGS. excellent merchantR, it may be had taken two boxes of Pills and tun hot. ness and economy suggest a comFOR COUNTY .lUDGE. Ky. Fancy UOOl'S, ToYrfrPICfUUES, added as explanatory that, Mr. ties of the Discovery lfe was well and had bination to the thoughtful farmer FRENCH PRUNE LLE. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LUjUoUs, for dfal use. We are authorizeil to announce J. pained in flesh thirty fix pound-- . Trial and regularly Oil Cannon is t son to utilize into one the NAY LOU, aa candidate for the oflire of "Save Toif,FRENCH .CREPE SULTANS. Burt as salesmanHOW this for Con speed and style of the thorough,Ul,s in UtWf. AGENTS FOE TUB Py cominp up and duty house. vour accounla County Judije or Fulton county. Election sumption tree Ilolcomb.. SRIPEDSATIN BERBERS. the patience and enduranee wt un, or eta pu will be required to in August next. breds, very little prospect There These are new styles, and were of the Blairisor Willis educational The river at Hickman coutin- - of the mule, into a horse of all JcUIewuhan ofiicer. PLAUT BROS. CO. never before shown in Hickman, bills getting through Congress wes to riso rapidly, and there is purposes in the hands of intelFOli COUNTY ATTORNEY. A great variety of great probability that the lower ligent labor who will not abuse, We are authorized to announce .fudge this session. ESTRAY NOTICE. R. S. M UKRELI as a candldaie for the Homespuns, Debeigcs, Brocades, ,,ny farm lands will be oxertlowed, but but feels proud of his draft horse, Taktn up as , mi unueru.e new inn passseo a stray by T S. William?, office of County Attorney, at the enguirfg ...,.:,.,, is moving him and his machinery, tuo bri,rllt c..isn Fancies, Stripes and Plaid r .: ' the House of Bepresenativesonly general, .intiicates that an over- strong, so patient, so tractable, on htsfarm, on the lTr'liirK mail, about rtiigiifii. eieciion. DRESS GOODS, Gvejiod nn't--t couth wct of Ilijk -County Judges in Kentucky can made at the farm Flam and Lace Nuns Veilings in hold examiniug trials in cases it flow will be of short duration. that labor on dignified. isWhat has mi iti Fiiltmi iNiuniv. Siote of CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. The higher farm lands can stand tracthcaud nte red and speokieil heifer, about all colore. We arc homicide. from 4 to G feet, and uiotit likely been done in Europe for a centu- StirToM, marked with underbit in the FRENCH, auhorized to nnnouiice T. M. A splendid line of an a candidate for re election to ry, and in the Western States for rjjht ear, ami plif in the left, and Smith, Ellison & Co. have the will escape. The present water by the office of Circuit me, BUCK DRESS GOODS, ut' J'0"' W1" be ""Proved m life dollarsJ. if. William, beforehand at county. Election in Court Clerk of Fulton handsomest line of Men's Youth's, is from the Ohio, Cumberland, Given under my a August, 18SC. estern Kentucky In the hamb JiJgp of Fulton County Court, March tributaries, which Boys' and Children's Clothing, in Tennessee Tricot Cloth, . l.n.-breeders a cross r 30, 1SS6 , 13m, the citv, and at lowest prices. IKI'U Y.1. Nuns Veiling, irilblllll llll'll UOllll, II is of judicious COUNTY COURT CLERK. K S. MUItnELL.J F. C.C. v Call and see them. They can save thought, judgod by the cessation horses irom the nrooo marcs nun Albatross Cloth, apr2 We are authorized to ainoune W. p. of the general rains and the prev draft stallions will be obtained you money in (jiotning. &c. Australian Crepes, TAYLOR, as a candidate for with our present stock that will to Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware 2r Ili'Msirri the office of Cbiimv C.mrt ClerV of Fnlton which are oiFered A magnificent Hue of Cashmeres President Cleveland has de- alence of clear weather in the up- dispense with the mule ami their at ONF PRICE, and that the very lowest the market Strayed oretolcn, on nounced the recent massacre of per countries. in all shades. barrenness. Who then will say a wk in Janimry, 1S6, or about he first comity. Election in August, 18S0. justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. one grav horse, thirteen negroes at Carrollton, AVlmt Can lie Done. Toile du Nord, Ginghams, mule for ignorant hired help ? Let aV)Ut S yea's oid, ahout 17 hands high, Miss-- , as an ontrago and a disFOR SHERIFF. By trying again and keeping tip murage turfmen have the thoroughbred loi limiieck, nhnrt ears niountt up hlirh Batiste, Percales, Prints and grace to the whole nation. many thing seemingly impossible may be fancy horse and thoso who can "tritherJ. glim tail, neck more white than Wc are authorized to announce W. A Lawns, in great variety. Hundreds of hopeless caMM of leg a candid the SHUCK, sar to When our friends come to attiiitiel. and L.rer Compl.iinf have been jifl'onl the luxury, but for the farm eyp or side, ha a email eyei. between gie the office of Sheriff atof for Check Seersuckers, Kidney will or rather aboTe the Fulton county. j rolnmon slMIS0 people, the town, and have any news that cured bv Llectric Bittera, after evervthing of nail horse t my Election iu August nest. Stripe Seersuckers, S3 for the delivery ',.,,. . f'UW, nerthe foot of Itiland No. S, Fulton would be of interest to our read- else had been tried in vain. So, don't th.nk draft horse ami lllS crObhtb. White Seersuckers, coiDty, Ky. ers, call at this ofiice and let us there i no cure tor you, but try E'ectric FOR JAILER. Cream Seersuckers, sale, so JERRY JONES marS know what's going on in your ttittera. andlherte is no meuicine soPurifier. We are ant honied to announce JAMES Fancy Seersuckers. pure, t.o perfect a Ulood llnhhiu'r !3iniseir neighborhood. P TAYLOR aii a candidate for Jailer of Electric Bitters will cure Dytep4 a, Di Don't fail to see them. LOWErt and LOWER. Fulton county, at the ensuing August be tes and a'l Diseases of the Rulnei I" Knoxvili.e,Tknn., March L'D. ot our The name of Col. A. W Ham- We invite an inspection valuable in Hflections of Momach and II.Jus- - tllkinilsof Groceries hamvee, &c election. Friday stock, which is now complete in ilton, of Mt. Sterling stepson of L,, er, and overcome H Urinary Difficul Last Trustee afternoon, J. count . m:beapas the cheapest. I will not bt We of (Jrainger nre authorized to announce THO''. JOHN WITTiN'G. b0 every line. We will take pleasure Gen. John L. 1t:ii:.....c. willCon-- . ties. Larce Battles only 50 cU, at C. A. tis, to his house, about ten miles umerriold. V. WALLACE, as a ctndidate for went to the next State Holcombe's. in showing our goods, and guaran- presented to the office of Jailer of Fulton counfrom llutledge, the county beat, tee the very lowest prices, lte- - venuou itir uunmiaium iu .icu-- . ty. Election in Auzust next. and left a package containing Randall, Democrat, has offerteuant Governor. member, Wc are authorized lo announce GEORGE ed a resolution in Congress, to in- - &M)00 of public funds with his A PfjK.lHAa'T SCKSOUT. HICKMAJST, KETTTTJCKlir L CARPENTER, a a candidate for the The fees' of jailors in Ken- wife, sating that he would bo ab- sent from homo perhaps 6Ceral RCSH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- - office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elec l,,B BUD . tucky last year amounted to 91,.j V;a"S!UO xoxTob'icco, of the best brands. tion in August next. for main- - f'l'P"' "waoro, u. which 1GO.0S days on business, ant' charged her Tftrn Fvroua.ce solicited. lawbreakers in the jails, SMITH, ELLISON & CO. Plans, full pocificanonB as to cvfything needed furnished, au J entire nov tf not to allow any one to stay at the FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. f cost accurately calculated, ujck am rve joos souuifd. !"lil are' .,7 house while he uanwu. About We tonce We are authorized to annouuee J. S. (lono s() Su(:h mur5era nre du.k a .otiug Irish peddler, who If you are needing any Gro-- i J. C. PARTLOW. UONDURANr, as a candidate for :he ofThis city has two lively sta- - outrage upon humanity and chili had been in the habit of putting J. '. OKAY. big, to stop) ceries it will pay you fice of County Assessor. Election in Aucame along, ? GS2 ETP1 cTa Justis' mnuhion, man's excuse tip Cr ..,! IfUUL vnnrcolf A lfaiider & bles, and the young reason he . zation. Uut ?then what good can andat Mrs. .Justis, knowing him to gust next. UU Politicians will go lil Maxwell',. They are making very to his girl, that the riding, was be- - Congress do We are authorized to annour.ee W. B. n(nt your Hlacksmithing and general down there, and color their report be trustworthy, extended him the Hepiring done at not take her buggy GORE, as a candidate for the office of Ascxtraord.nary low price. midAbout out nt by their own party bias. The usual hospitality. the urigf?en sessor of CHt.2- - & COS., gut next.Fulton county. Election in Ail same is true about the slaughter night the peddler was aroused In Plaut's the stable, won't do. Don't fail to call at the presence of some one in the (6mfr of Obion and Exchange Streeli,) We are authoriicd to announce J. O. A. RSBt and see anil jirice their goods. After yon get on your earand of the Chinese in Wyoming. house. In the moonlight ho disCOOPER, as a candidnte for re election to is the only make up your mind to "stop" your HICI!.!A, KY. the office of County Aweisor. Election in H. BUCHANAN'S cerned the face of a large, burh house in Hickman that has the paper 10 mukc uio euuor ieei nu- 5 at once, to (iod Work at Rock bottom Price. Our August next. iih'M' . IIo . , right to sell Ackerland & Wyler's miliateii,just poire your linger in 'tnr,,Ttn :..,, (Il.fw. the ii.t.nder out .and was mot V5 We are authorized to announce Q. M. T. Cloth- - water and then pull it out and look Custom-madPerfect-fittina specialtv.1a SALMON, as a candidnte for the office of ve.srerdav. The .Judge in- - lihallv compelled to shoot him in for the hole. Then you will know forill,"ll8 llmt fie ,8 ol sl canUi- JOHN F. GRAY &. CO. County Asses.ijr. Election iug. in August The neigborhood sadly , ou ale missed. ar2&tf nejt. date for County Judgo, and is not was aroused, and it was discoernow goods low Grand opening of AQESTS FOR THE FOLLOWING We are authorized to announce W. F. Mr. William Oakley, who has likely to be. The public mind had ed that the dead man was none COMPANIES: t Plant's next Monday, l!l)tli.; KOFFE, as a candidate for Couuty j been lingering helpless invalid' associated his name with this nice, other than Justis himself, in the a Ladies plenso ciill. T33IE TRIED A1TD .. . . TESTED. , Vn n o lor a vear or more, oieti, oatuniay land II no nan eniereo u. ins cnan- - (jmse ui u itegm. uusum " I Homed " We'are,raucandidate for Countyu nee DrE." PIICENlN.of Htrifml Conn.; ' F0H"bALE7 Don t fail to Observe tlie Cle- - i.,nf rr. nnktrv was lrnimiloil ,.ua fnr nlAtin wr nliM.ilil.i known untl Inul tlnmontiiloiice of Assessor. PATE, a a artford, Conn.;SUP.A.NCE CUMPA.NT OpSoRTIKM&f&e3.' Yc gant values at SG, S.o0and ?1U, m j nn nffray about IS months ago, He made an excellent oilicer when all of his constituents. The nttair ioMlOO feet dry Cvpr's" Building Election in August next. audTeiiciit" Lumber. AUi, 1OO.O0O luts created a genuine sensslion. Men's butts. 1 hoy are calculated a,i never recovered irom the he held the position. Cynss ShincU-- i. AND THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. to make you smile with joy. wound. BONDURANT& LREWRY. MUTUAL BENEFIT UFE OF NEW ARUTJ.' raiiro.ul strike is The u.aiesl IVo:ii FranK-fori- . We are authorized to announce CIIAS. The m'12 Alkxandeu& Maxweli.. T!,e Legislature has establish- - virtually great candidate for the ofB. KINGMAN, as ended, an at rangement Clothing ed a new county out of the Office, at Moor& Landrum's Drug Store. Our Custom-madfice of Public school Superintendent of having been entered into to arbit" tinFul'on county. Election in August next. be excelled in quality, tit em portion of Ballard, to he trate the troubles. The Mnke . Frankfort, Maih 2. The! F1ITZ ,; ed the county of Carlisle. Bard- - was a great loss to every interest price. Wi are authorized to announce Prof. county and to all concerned. But. it was Joint Advisory Committee on the! 11. SAUNDERS, as a candidate (4w) IAME6 J. Amberg's Sons, well will probably be the r re election to the ofiice of County sear, it will atui no expense 10 nothing compared to tho Belgian Greenwood troubles held a secret1 Election in AuM ess H. BUCHANAN'S is the only the State, except county record i hol Sujeriiitendeiit. meetinjr this evening. sttike prevailing at tho same time, Hill, Gilbert, Moss, s' next. in Hickman that has the books. bouse in which millions and millions of right to sell Bryan & Brown's celinomnson, mm xerr.y were i)res-- t sifip V,t rornir of Mmo proporty was destroyed and hun- ent. 'ihe.V went over many plans, ami ebrated make of Ladies' and Miss'rov Aenues. Ea.t Hickman, Ky dreds of people killed. FIXE MiiOK. es', Men's and Boys' Shoes the but no satisfactory concluiuii wus ftaTmisfaction guaruneed. D. G. PARK, best in the world. reached. An offer from MaKon,; Arit. Wc ask a trial of our Ladies', The Legislature baa shown &' Co. to give ut their eon ATTORNEY AT IAW, The prettiest stock of Cloth- - Mioses'. Men's and Boys' Cnstom- - some consideration for the com- Foard it the btale would pay tiient W.B- BROWN & (JO.. - - AT. 11 AY FI ELD, bill to tract ing in Hickinau, at made Shoen. which for stjle, tit mon schools by Having taken charge of the durability, cannot be excelled, allow Superintendents to borrow 8110,000 was presented, but was Plaut's and WHERE CAS I BUT AHUITABWE PRESENT AT ITS In Aetl-- Practice Since Jlnrcli, IS77. that its ac They are made specially tonus ny money to provide for the monthly unanimously agreed the question. REAUi VAlVLii. Ladies don't fail to nee .aiex ceptance was out of of the HQ,n CoIjliKiMN rjOUSE,1 w ILL practice in all the counties Appel- payment of teachers. 0UJf beauti& Maxwell's line of Import- i"? ill probably reThe committee rst Judicial District, and in the Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the cnstom-iimdwork is 6S8 Goods. They can show commend to the Legislature that Kepjetfully annouce to the public that the hue Court of Kentucky. insuT. M. ful and varied stock. improved, that they m goods which other houses do mu,,e ,u ?' 1Mmi" ':"'." rance agent,French, general lino of the bill calling for an annronria- houoUs been well t.e be- cooks ever in eeptio-i- y represents a to mre ""'tnteil nt 7nrry ' have cured one of Try them once, and you will, wear Fire, .Life, Marine and Accident tion of $120,000 to complete the "iM"n. ""1 that " ertion wil l be NOTICE. Young men call and see that: i,0 other. For ! only bu Companies, among the very best Eddyvillo , penitentiary should Miarelio pntertain cuests in nio-- t nospita ... All persons holding claim? azainst the pass, me law says tnai as mnn bp m'n t0 RMHl"far.t tlIlli nt reasonable in the United States. See him beautiful Kangaroo Shoe, at stand, has an endless vaiiety of Smitii, Ellison & Co. nre convicts as required can bo or- - priceand they repeetfully solicit a bharc estate of II F. Thoma.on, deceased, Fame at new store, Fuqua & DeBow's old before insuring. and finish, Plaut's. respectfully notibed to present the all iooks and Fancy Stationery, Papetenes of Cardstyles Cards, &c., Pens, tiered io worK on mis peniientiary, ot tin public patronage Hoard : SI a at once, projterlv proved, for settlement Oases, &c., Ask to see the Genuine French s, Lap Tablets, Albums, Our legislative Solons are Pencils, Hickman, Kv", March, 19. h 1880. A new paper to be called The sixty days' notice having been day; j the week,3. iar2G Shoe at 83.50, for ladies. makiner new counties. Kentucky Boomerang, is to be Rtarted at eiven Mason. Foard & Co. Four A A. FAR IS, Kid and Toys in endless variety. Only found at Alexunder & Max- -' has no need of a single new bo t0 be 0,ijted by Mr, hundred convicts will be sent to ty. She already has liv. -- " Qhas. Walker, formerly of the Eddy ville, aud the remainder will well's. bo kept in the penitentiary at York, with nearly 10,000 more You should call and see the square miles of area, and an etior- - puitonianf and alive, spicy writer, Frankfort. Members of tho com, latest style in stiff and nobby mousy larger wealth unupopui Tho A)mml Meeting of tho mittee are unanimously of the Hats, at the convicts should (4w) EBBH J. Amberg's Sons. tinn. tins nniv ui counties, square Fulton County Bible Society will opinion that from the mines. sylvania, with her 46,000 be withdrawn bo held at tho Baptist church. 3 con-- ! If you want something nice miles and 4,700,000 people, is p. m., next Sunday evening. xVH and nobby in a little boy's suit, go tent with 00 county divisions. Mason, Foard & Co. offer to are invited to attend. Plaut's. to surrender their convict contract Dr. Jo. Thompson, of Padu-ca- for aud in consideration of $140,-- ! Drop in and see the rush at BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL one of the most eminent phy- 000 in hand paid by the State to Alexander & Maxwell's. They the aforesaid altogether modest A cordial invitation is herowith sicians in tho State, died, at are doing the business because they Mason, Foard & Co. The Adviextended to all to come and InAla.,.Tnesday. make the prices. sory Committee couldn't see the spect my large and complete asThe nicest lot of white and sortment of Millinery. My Hats Elder W. T. Harris will hold beauty of the proposition, any colored Shirts, Ties, Suspenders,If and Bonnets are . adapted to all his second nnnrterlv nicotincr tho more than it could see $140,000 tii Handerciucta, scc, you ages and complexions, and "uouen second Saturday and Sunday in the Treasury. ever saw, and so very cheap, at still to all purses," and includes this month. BOTTOM OF (4w) J. AMBERG'S SONS. Lace Effects for Infants and STRUCK" TnE royal coach In London was --The Ladies are perfectly de- Misses. The Flowers that' bloom Another Cltl7.cn of ilInTfleln panicked- - tho other day by a mysspring terious package thrown into the lighted with tho grand display of in thewhilst are shown in profuIvit!. Ribbons, Laces, Gau- From the PJurh Standard.) sion, coach window, which fell in the beautiful goods, at Plaut's. zes, Crape Grenadines, and fabMay field Democrat of Queen's lap. From the H. BUCHANAN savs that he rics light as air and in colors as anilfiT m lnnpn P tlm rlnntfi T goods at from ton to will sell P.O. Coui.or, of that city, Fm twenty per cent, cheaper than any which sad event occurred at his lhnclnllnu. in be other house in this section ot Arasine and Embroidery Silk for home Wednesday afternoon at 5 Teacher' Eilmlsion'N School licit! nt country. Wo think he will, as he fancy work. Regular opening IIounc, Cnycc DUtrlcf, on the o'clock. His death was tho result Second Saturday In April. always does just what he says he next of a rupture sustained last Sunsays that ho will will do. He also flOJdur, APRIL 3T1I, Opening Address By President, J. T. 1& discount all advertised prices, aud And may each and every Lady day while attempting to replace a Saunders. fence that had blown down. Mr. How to teach Geography S L. Isbell. you can bet be will do it. provide herself with that which is Coulter was a prominent and c How to teach Physiology Sam'l . so lavishly spread before them. Ask to see our All Wool citizen, and was elected to ' Respectfully, Men's Suits, at $8.50, worth $12.50 History B. C. Caldwell. represent this district in addie l. Jones. Board of Equalization. the State Reading Miss M. L. Middleton. in other houses. Ho has School Laws Supt J. II. Saunders. Bfause our goods were purchased under the most favorable circumstances "FOR THE CASH," at the very lowest figures in the best Eastern Alexander & Maxwell. also held other public offices. Teachers' Institutes C. B. Kingman. market. Judge Dulaney, of Bowlin? Spelling F F Jones. Ladies, don't bny your Dress Green, declines a" further candiIjST 1 Dignity of Teaching W. B. Hughes. Iliiclcleii'ft Arnica Salve. A. Goods till you have seen Plaut's, Spelling Books in Common Schools Dr. The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts, met with as they have the prettiest display dacy for Judge of Court of ApC.J Cox. Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Children's. We struck one of the leadinjr manufacturers who is closing out to go into banking. Havingcustoraero Sores, Ulcer?, ever shown iu Hickman, and will peals, which leaves Judge Ben- Bruises, Tetter, Chapped Salt Kbeum, Fever Composition Mis Fannie Crawford. Our such inducements in LO W PRICES, we have overstocked in a better class of these goods than are usually kept in this city. Sores. Hand. Friday Eeninn Exercises J C. Ward. save you money on ethese goods. nett, the only candidate. He has !(?orn8' and all Skin Eruption, Chilblain and posi enough instructed VOtes to secure shali have the benefit of these ad vantages. We guarantee the best fitting Suits in Hickman. Aritlunet:c Mrs R 0. Adams. lively cure? iiics, vr uu p.j retuiriii. ji New Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, his nomination. How to teach Common Fractions Hugh is guaranteed to eive perfect satisfaction, M. Saunders. Lace Cur3rats, Window-shadeS or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bo. r than ever, now at J.D. Joses, tains' &c, lower For sale by C. A. Holcombe t; Chairman Committee. CAurETs. (4w) J. Amberg's Sons. We make no claims that we have heretofore kept a very extensive line of these goods, but now we have tried oar hand and de.y any merchant Call and see our line of Carpets. The Ladies nre invited to see to show such a line of goods in Hickman. All the latest shades and fabrics, buttons, large and small, to match. It is said that Dr. Talmage's en s, display of Dress Goods. The crreatest variotr in hnt' Ullt tire series ot sermons on "Ihe handsome line of Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Parasols, Fans, Collars, and Cuffs to match, lablo .Linens, xow-clour elegant uv j " Tapestry Marriage Ring" were composed Chanjpiiij Harvesters, Napkins, Toilet Quilts, Lace Curtains, &c, &e. We have all the new shades in Velvets, Body Brussels, i All on tho cars on a ueek's trip last 'FOR SHOES, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS-S- ole agents for the celebrated Godshaw &Plaut Shoes for Gents, they have no cqnaltor Tans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. Brussels, All Wool. Ball Joint and Light Steel Mowers, Supers, Wool Filling, September. Twine BinUrs. and Dropper The CIUM stjle and durability. Also, the Douglas S3 Shoe, leads all Shoes tor the price. The Wm. Cosgrove Kid Shoes, for Ladies and M'sses. lnis Don't forget that we show you Wool, """ PION is the only SI'KKl, MOWER eer oucuuhuu xupier .uatung, Straw is warranted in everv ptrticulnr. A handsome line of Slippers for Ladies, Missesand Children. In fact, almost anything in the bnoei fine. Sl only latest style goods, suih as can- Matting, Hemp, Oil Cloth, Machines lower than Kentucky Legislature produced. Will &c,&o.,' The STAPLES -- Domestics, Calicos, Shirting, Tickings, &c. Post yourself, and you will have no trouble to buy of the cheapen House in Hick not be foihd outside the larger cit- - at lower prices than anywhere in the should increasethe pennltyagainst any of equal quality. man, the only exclusive Dry Goodd house in the town. "HELM BROS, ica. 3T (prize fighting, and break up tho New Depot, Hickman, Ky. Amxanper & Maxwell. Smith, Ellison & Co. .mar2 gang of tonghs nnd roughs. iTerfl, Mr. II. L. Alexander, cashier of the Hickman bank, is now in .v:J' A. Wrltteu fur tlte CovtlSB. J-M- Word to (he Wise. . ii? HUBBARD. M.D.. services to the peo-- 1 - C- - ANNOUNCEMENTS. T T V. C r n7T;r: i - 1 CHAS. A. -- old-scho- ol HtoLC03IE, m, PR. A. FARTS. I I ,,,. - i ! fi-.- ! .'.. s ; MeQffQ & Siaadar-tt- ' I - - - w m .l-- f. -- nhbSf TXETT3r3fLn?&X -- s ' I - DF.EKF.ED.-Hickman- , ' j ,7 j ; WHITE ... ' . ., PRESORIPTIOXS SEWING MAOEtNG SPliblA.LTY. one-liH- lf Ken-tu- sj , 'S'EULnLJSUBll. ap-Ii- el n i I i j , a- - ROOFING A SPSOIALTY. 1 ' J. D. MILLARD Builders -- & SON, i- -' i '. ' rejects, lETHE'SALOON. 1 5 Coatractws. EHHEI - - lf "Lir0" - L?J!lL!"?Z MniK , w""". "- 14-- ' A X w -- - - - T3 , j , J.F. INSURANC Fill vm MB MAltl , TNBnUM & g e fci-ilIL- i. self-defens-e. j - DAVIS, -- As-- 3 o" FIRS j . e north-cauu- ot call-an- d "li-t- l 'ninrr-Journj- I. mCEDBIi, ; , i i . i sBOut!D?iiJnn , - i BOOKS, SMOMI, ims-tinz- - M c i ' III ' - o i I ; ,.1". - -t ... MRS. JENNIE GAKDNEF, Port-folio- , coun-ipnjto- AnjiiMs-raATo- u . do TT GLi BIG STRIKE U r ; h, We are Not on the Railroad Strike, Cit-ronell- e, half-Hos- e, ..... ,!. J j Ml DON'T FORGET IT! WE HAVE THE 2l"lh1.2i"l?.,L.SLSp,': i i mn,. mn.r' h$ ET Qemsefeifeer PRICES y T CLOTHING, GrOO D well-know- n Roul-ha- "W 13ia STRIKE s, DRESS -- - :, i v J y, I " s'-- II M -- m f H' - - - -- . . e fe ilwl 1'JiAjrt..-- - ..Qa5LarfwW't-- - .,k 3 t Vk. 4 m k s FAR Jx. RE HICKMAN CQURIEB. POWDERLY SPEAKS. "" j CLEAR THE TRACIam L The Gambling Bill. The following are some of the important proisions of thegamb ling bill as passed by ihe Legisla ( R C 1 SELECTIONS AND EXTRACTS. CONTRIBUTED BY HUBERT RAD. s and re BUCHANAN has now got his Spring and Summer Stock all in and ready for business. Bis Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all liable and will be offered for sale at prices that will please ail. Call and examine my Goods in d 2,ct my prices, and you will see at once that I can and will sell Goods at from ten to twenty per cenc. cheaper than any other house in this section of country. Buy where you can get the Best Goods for the least money that place is Buchanan's. Don't forget that H. Buchanan is the man that keeps the prices down and holds them there. Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for their very liberai patronage bestowed on me in the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. HL BUOHANAN first-clas- s MR. dy f 81 a 'Strikes Abroad and at Tne Gratid Master WOrKmau The Strikes. Issues His Ultimatum to Everybody, everywhere, rich the Knights. and poor, In the towns and counSt. Louis, March 27. Grand try, , cox- - ture: jr That whoever, with or without Beautiful faces aretlioie thatwcH have been talking about the Master Workman T. V. Pow derly compensation, shall set up, carry It matters little if dnrk or fair d honesty paintej there. strikes. of the Knights of Labor, hasissu- - on or conduct, or shall aid are those tliatshow, is a live question in the Uni ed a long circtdnr, or ultimatum, and assist in sotting up, carrying Beautiful It J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. glow, couuuung a kcuo name, luro Likecrystai panea where States, and it is a jrrowiiifr ques- to tne order, vrntcii closes as iot-- i on or or nam; lows oiner macnino or contri- Beautiful thoughts that burnlieljw. tion. It is destined to work a vance used in betting, whereby Beautiful IIjh are those vrho,e institu Our ouUnis a I3ST great revolution jh Hflairs, and tioii. It nifnt lin business husincflH 11101103 or other things miij be won Lej) from The heurt like songs f tiirds, run on SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE or lobt; or whoever shall lor com- Yet whose utterance prtiiVnc e'ri this revolution will be witnessed princi'ttn,.llI '" it is not manured by men of the present generation' in tHs way it will go the road of pensation, percentage or cominis-bio- Beautiful hamls are th.e that do 4& a Work that is earnest, rave and ttje, So long as the abstract question aP unuiaiiaged concerns. I am gameset up, t'ouduct or carry onor Moment by moment the longd'iy though. ot cards wnerebv money KENTUCKY STREET, .xiiined to witness the oinilitv of of Labor vs. Capital could be con- - .nifln CAiilft Darts nf mil- ..nnr so. Oilier IIIIIIIT UUIV UO WOU Or 10SI, Of Beautiful feel are tltose that go constantly on hand for hlr KEEPS sale ami fined to the country debating for important work, Theso .shall, with or without coiupensa-cieties- , On kindly ministries to God fro Hso. wills HORSES, UUGOIES and HACKA. that the Helgian mobs of working-mepercentage or commission, aid Down lowliest ways, if aud magazine words of mine must be heeded, or Having purchased Ihe stable, brrs thai bear march through the streets of goes down hs surely as anu anei in selling up, couuuciiiig Beautiful shoulders are thoe articles, it was au innocent and tins order and entire outfit of W. B. Plumme r cities, smashing windows, wreckset up, Ceaseless burdens of homely care we propose to continue the business, a ad harmless diversion, but when it niSht fo,,?ff? d?J"- - Elect, no ,uau- or carryingoron a game sofor com- With patient grace and daily prajir. ing houses and demanding money; conducted nnivmnn f' 11 solicit patronage because of ins Hue speech or nn- carried on becomes practical as it is ORGANDIES nor is it surprising to learn that ,)CtU0Sjty, put none but the coolest pensation, perceuage or commis- Beautiful live are thoe that blvs flHaa. rwvraM the wheels of commerce through-- men j positions of any kind, sion, shall be lined .100 aud costs bilenl rivers of happine few may guess. several persons have been killed W- DBESTELBRIHK Whoe fountains but the by the troops. Ncverthctless, the out several States stopped, great Keep them there and uphold them :md confined in the penitentiary Beautiful twilight net of 9iin, at situation grows more serious every not less than one nor mote than failures and losses neenrrinrr thorn. in their work. with race Professional anarchists day. years; shsili be deemed in- Beautiful goal, with work well run, three well dott. from, it forces itself forward as ' While I write, a dispatch is famous after conviction and be Beautiful rest, have gained control of jhe strikthe most important question be- handed me in which I read these forover thereafter disqualhtied Beautiful grates where grasses cretjj. lie ing mobs and are inciting them to "They discharged our brown leaves fall, where frifts ' words: suf- Where deep, still further acts of violence. fore the American people. exercising the right brother and we struck, for you from and Ironi holding anyofoffice TVTO space lo name all articles, but Over worn out bands Oh beautttil sleep. Aud what is more the issue has know our motto is "An injury to frage Two years ago James W. i trouble to show goods, Ellen r.AVtrten. ot honor, trust or prolit, whether come to stay, and won't "down" one is tne concern ot all." les, We have a large variety of white Dress Goods, Laces and Embroider- andorae and see, at the corner of Troy , Ky., tharried Miss Trenton, county, city or n.ut.ici-nll-of il Q Lizzie Chiles, a handsome and ac- ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mits, Best line of Ladies' and and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrn, Ey at the bidding of any man or set an injury to one is the concern all lue JC"e"t of eoimction but it is not wise to injure e Drirtliiff. :n i Buuiiei ux t complished young lady, and daugh- Misses' Hose, Corsets, &c. such Ul iuiui, wiii f .! fh coL-", Tt. ..,i.i m every case shall recite aud shall- Drifting away, drifting away. f ., ter of Dr. Chiles, of Trenton. We have a fine assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e revolutionize affairs in the United i,avo been far better to continue famyand disqualification, Happily they lived until recenth, Further and further oil each day. Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. bo valid without such recital. not States. at work and properly investigate The provisions of this section shall Drifting away from the path of truth when McEiwuiue began to mal- Custom-mad- e Clothing, latest and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, Whether the revolution that will tae matter, bringing it before eve-b- not include or be applicable to Old age, manhood, childhood ani youth. treat his wife, abuse her and final-- ' Collars, Tie?, Handkerchiefs, eic. style She away from ly beat her unmercifully. H. O. .rougU by ,l,o ..en.a.u.s of or-persous who play at such games, Drifting care not in thetoHoly Bock, Fresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. of 'n Millions it look. (DAVIS OLD &TAND.) left him, but ho begged her to ganized labor will be for the bet- I10W earniug nothing could have unless they take other part in Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; very low. Drifting awav from the sacred pne 'Ill kinds of come back, lie repented ami up, conducting or carrying ou In this proud, boasting, reckless age. 10 cents Hpiece to support termentof the country, or its bejrjred pardon, etc., laying it all SOiSTS. STAPLE AND act GROCERIES the brother for a few weeks much such games. This who shall not Drifting away from the pure swett light jury, is the great question that whiskv. Ho soon began to may sell easier than to spend weeks and apply to persous into lie gloom ot uunoai nipiu, vitnilir nffwtn Arorr nitiAti. driak and beat her again, and last house, at hot sually kept in a Drifting, drifting down to the grive, iu idleness, Many of them combination or French pools ou om prices. The result will be: 1st The mouths Far from the Arm that alone cto save. week he clubbed her with his boot, will never be restored to the'r any regular race track during the holding her with one hand, and .Wroan Tttlor. nnKnfMf lAn ui InlirhY. m it ., - former positions. TEAS, FAITCY CAADJES, Buujugauuii tf iuuui f iuu uiiIn this case, beating her shamefully with the M PICKLES arbitrated interests aud demands the injury to one is not repaired released the other. Invention vs. Labor. and all concerned are more or less Ioes the World Miss Us? boottoinget his pistol He kill her. GRITS 1I0M1NY, to of labor. CRAXBERRIES, her xoiShe escaped, ran over to her faThe world is kept in continual 2nd Or, the establishment of a injured. We could have preventNot lonir. The best and most ed our brother from being injured story and 3Ci 3t Department of Industry as a part by assisting him in a far different stew and scare over the iulabor useful of us will soon bo forgot-jten- . ther's near b', told her J)r. Chiles showed her bruises. is nothing past problem. There are filling who Those of the machinery of Government waV. Zeal iu the cause sometimes history upon which to base theoCoffees, Soaps, fec walked over to the house and canre-certain recurring is- - bring on the dischirge of a memb- - ries. What aro the people going a largo place in the world's re i ed him to an inch of his life. The to arbitrate undersold. DEALER IN er. S0IIlttiuiC8 a tOO OUCH eX- - to do for a living when machinery card, will pass away from ihe .! cttob hartc-no- w Tnlinr taai nnnit-,next night a few friends called, Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o UUV.U wv jiftaia few months, ,i ...nnotm f .. .:..: uuuo :II. It it seizes upon everything to do it 1 membrance of men ina UICBOIUUUIUHUIUII ,.w,1,- - o.wl !.., la .. such a switching and cowhid-in3rd- - r or at most in a few 3 ears after the and and general 'walloping" was n' " 'i.J, in thft nPOPSS.lrr tr. itwlnln-century and a grave has closed upon their reIt was hard a half HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS elructioD of the best interests jatter. century ago to keep the people mains. Wo are shedding t curs' never so nicely and deservedly r write this ctrcniar to lay be- both of capital and of labor. ilrom destroying machinery. It above a grave, and wild-l- administered in Christian county.HICKMAN, KY. Hiramm-Mpast contticts capital lias fore the order the exact condition MoKlwaiuo was a prosperous merIn all arjnied, nay, it was clearly crying out in our grief that our rhiint at Trenton, lie IS now in soouer or later triumphed; but I of things. I am neither physical- - shown, that the nconlo would lo i irrcpnrjiiiio; yet iii a short (Clinton Street, Cormant Co's Old Stand ) world labor won't stay subjugated' ex ly nor mtTltaBV" capable of me. goes on Strange! As tlie inven-- I time the tendrils ha e entwined the far Webt. to forming the ork of from invention other supports, and we no xox- cept under the constant rattle of am willing to do 1113 part, but tion until it seems the whole Held around miss the one who has gone. DEAIF.H IS longer musketry and the boom of can must not be asked to maintain a is coered aud man will bejrin to So passes the world, lint there coumssioxisirN Italian and American Marbj.b non. That is to say under a false position before he world any be born without bands, lo, new are those to whom a loss is bes1 lOUCer. OlIO Of two thillCS IllUSt fields of labor open that could not cfrnnir onrnrnmpntn mnimrcliv. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE .! yond repair. There are men from fUtVB U Htiawtll.. b. V 41. ..lnnn. T.':4l.. .!. --' --; rmton Circuit Court, K). be anticipated before because the whose memories no woman's smile Hence, all reading people see and STONES. for them did not exist. can chase recollections of the j.j. C. Bondurant Plaintiff know that the tendency of the nmst obey it8 )aWj or x mn8t be nee ssity received a fine Ioi of An e Each invention seems to deprhe a HAVING millionaires of America, is toward permitted to resign from a posi- - hundred men of something to do, sweet face that'has given uj) all T j Cla y, &C , Di.KESPAj.TS. J Italian Marble, 1 um j r .. its lieautv . at ueutirs icy inncn. pared to fill all orders. Call and tia i5y virtue ol a JuUcmeni anil unier of a stronger government uuuerthe tion wincn ooligesme to play one and then it creates a new Held for fpi,., 1: m u. ..miMi i.DA t.liirtriiwl , ,, nuov. j ur work rcmler F Uon J have secured, permanently, onetof the finest workmen in the State, and will make fair and honorable plea of protec part before the public and another two hundred others. The most- limn exienus uevonu mu pan. s atofthe FebruaryClrciiU Cou Ordere from the country rroB,ptly Term tlnreof, 1SS6, roofing and tinning a specialty. ed our members. I say to the powerful body of organized intelli- and drives away as profane tliose raaytitt tion in the enjoyment aud control to for the sum of Pour in the above cauee Motto I will not be undersold, even in larger cities. world that the Knights of Labor gent workingmen on the face of who would entice them from a hundred and twelve dollars and 14cte, with of their property. do not approve of or encourage history are conducting the most loves. interest at the rate of C percent, per anworship of It is an incontrovertible propo strikes, and in one day dispacthes remarkable war iu their own in Such loyalty, their buried hidden num from the day of s:il until paid, and however, is $47 20 costs herein, I shall proceed to ofler come to me to come to Troy, . 1., terests ever waged. Not a single away from sition that, each citizen whether the public gaze. The for fcale at the Court House door, in DEALEtt IX n Chicago, worth onedolfar or a million dol-- , Manchester, O.,. Lynchburg, 111,, individual was employed in such- world sweeps on besideand around Ky , to the highest bidder at Public Cincinnati, railVa., vears ago. Fam Ui Groceries them, and cares not to look in up- - Auction, on Monday, the 12th day of p.t ....-lars ought to be protected in the 1WIU JIUIUIlUli fnn il IQ. IIIUIIUBSI- - things fittv workers andThe iwl f Aiitfrml Willi, artisans on tins uiioDtrutiiuir unci. 11 April lbbO, nt one o clock, n m , or there- roaders and eujoyment and control of his own . ble for human nature to stand the in all the ramified industries and ASD ALSO. a line ami rears a gtone! abouts (being County Court day), upon equally true that a labor- - strain any longer. I must have trades have been known in such carves a dead, and hastens away credit 01 air .moduis, me louowmg de Seinea, Lines, Hooks, and all'kind-oNets, but it is over the The southwest scribed property Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar iiur man oneht to ba nrntneten in the assistance of the order, or my canacitv onlv a few vears. When to offer homage to the living. township quarter of section (IU) nineteen, (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) gain. Groceries and Family Supplier gen most earnest enorts will fail. disnlace other other inventions mid il... nni ....-- . rinpp ifu five. wet.. It iucr is . sw.-- . erally. the enjoyment and control of his Willi have it! If so, Btrikes thousands of working neonle, may The noblest Dart of a friend isj Kulton County. Ky.,or sufficient thereof "labor. Capital couibiues for its must be avoided; hoycotts must we not reasonably expect that to money so ordered to produce nn honest boldness :.. the notifj beniade the sum ofpIirch. in own interests, forms firms, com- be avoided. For the NEW FIRM. other employments will be created ing of errors. He that tens me purchaser with approved surety pr;cc, thc or securipanies and corporations, which is who boast must be check- by the very inventions themselves of fault, aiming at my good, I ties, must execute bond, bearing legal inThose right ; but shall any one say that LTTUS, CARLISLE ed by their assemblies. No move for double the number displaced?, must think him wise and faithful-w- ise terest from the day of sale until paid, and OPENED, witlTnew STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. laboring people ought not to be reasonable. Patronage solicited. must be made until the court of in savinir that which I see having the force and eftect of a judgment- JUST permitted to combine for its intero msn- last resort has beeu appealed to. The Lawful Power of Labcr. not ; fa.thf.il it, plain thec term,. wood ests aud mutual protection w. P.TAYLOR, ment not tainted with flatteij. Threats of violence must not be Capital wants labor at as low If General Master Workman &rioM. Master Comsiissioseb. 5 figures as it can be had, and labor made. Amount to be raised: Politicians must be hushed up or Powderly shall live and direct the wants the highest wages. This is Judcmentnndints.to day ot sale, S412.14 Knights of Labor organization live E.ifc. 47.20 human nature, and it is useless uriveu out. xoxCosts Obedience to thelaws of knight-- i'ears l0l,8er' orit tuosubonlmate AU ltinds of Farm Machinery, Tlowa, for either Bide to deny it. And What a varying thing is the m $409.34 Implements, Wagons, &c, repaired oa here comes the irrepressible con- lood must have preference oerl,cuuersthe um orgauizauoii suau stream of life. How it sparkles to keep it have any other order. short notice and workmanlike manner. flict. Jay Gould Bits down in his those of bounds How it MANUFACTURERSOF JgNew Wagons, &c made to order. safe lino If these things are done the strictly on tho clearly andof move- and glitters office, and regardless of the rights, mar5 ment which ho emphat along its pebbly bed. sometimes COJIMISSIOXEK'S SAIiE. necessities or value of labor, with next five years will witness the icallv marks out. no efforts of iu shade: sometimes sporting one stroke of his pen, issues an or- complete emancipation of man- combined corporations and no round all things, as if its essence Grdccries Fulton Circuit Court, By. der reducing the wages of ten or kind from the curse of monopoly. counter agencies that may bo con-- were merriment and brightness; members we require secretwenty thousand employes 5 or 10 Iu our Plaintiff, 1 25cts Lower than the Lowes sometimes flowing solemnly on, E Linden, trived AGAINST per cent. He is exercising con- cy, obedience, assistance, patience, in? nil can prevent it from achiev-- i as if it were derived from Lethe fiiuirv. l have no clerk expansas no store reo it nionnspR nnil Mint ic nn J & lirvson "eft's. trol of his own property, but who and courage. If with those ai.Is little. and pay cash for all my Groceries, and a liquid Billiard itself. Now it runs like Ui-- irtne of a Judgment and order of berefore can eell as cheap as the cheap will say that he is not working a you strengthen my hands I will Mr. diRceniR tlin.on' diamond alone the meadow :nor Sule of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon great injustice and wrong to men continue r the work. A If you do not things. Powderlv detected the van-Jis clear and limpid,as.youtUiuiil- - the February term thereof, lbbti, in the He has t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the Iot rlnoittn IU nCCllot Hi Milt? tfn HOOIOV uilO unj, tage ground who have been trusting him ! If UCOUU JOHN WITTING. which labor occupies,' innocence can make it; now u u above cause, for the sum of nine thousand - then select man "better qualified lalor lodges demand $15 a aud eighty three dollars and lOcts, with inwi,, and L win retire and his object is to bring the work- - heavy and turpul, with the ))0.v ynr of per for men who cannot do more than 'm" up to the point of male- - ing streams of thought and indu- terest at the rate of 0sile cent, per annum and m8 ISIV01 HOW TO SAVE JJONEY. from the day 12 worth of work, it is clear that ing use of it. Not in the strained ory that aro flowing into it, each 30:! Socts, costs herein, until paid, I shall proceed T. Y. POWDEttLY, they are wrong, but who shall as and and convulsive method of strikes, bringing its store of dullness door, in to offer for sale at the General Master Workman. Ve are Wholesale Headquarters lor al sume to arbitrate betweeu the boycotts and intimidation, but in pollution as it tends toward the Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at grades of inwrong reduction or the wrong the easy and natural way in which end. Its voice, too, varies as U Publio Auction, on Monday, the 12th day crease demanded 1 cHEwurc, mm u skilled labor wields its implements goes; now it sings lightly, as .it of April 1886. at one o'clock, p. m., or Court day), Competition in labor has hereC'afUc. and audits bv dilisrentand atten- - dances on: now it roars amidst thereabouts (being County and eighteen Killing Diseased and will job to dealers only at Factory of sir, twelve tofore afforded protection to both, prices; also the laws, the obstacles that oppose its way; upon a credit following described property, tive months, the Last Tuesday the three Com- Tho observance of troverningto and brought aboutan equalization; BEALER IN now it has no tone but the public has been made 1 large steam saw mill, boiler and Denial Scotch and Superior Scotcli but the country is growing beyond missioners the members of the Hove that the Knights of Labor dull, low murmur of exhausted engine, located upon the 3. W. quarter of the best iu the market. "Ve also keep alt this. Strikes are bad, and Board of Health, and both the are a body organized to foment energy. section 35, T 1, IL 6, West, aud all the ash constantly on band a choice selection of ought not to be resorted to only State aud Uuited States Veterinar- and precipitate strikes and com-of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Such is the stream of life I Yet. and walnut timber on the X. E. quarterihe west, also all in the direst extremeties ; but mo- ians met at Cynthiana to supervise mit violence. But Mr. Powderly perhaps, few of us would wish to section 35, T 1, K. Fruits, which wo will sell very low "for anu all the cash. Please call and see us. nopolies are bad, aud wo never the slaughter of cattle tainted in tells us and reminds them that change our portion of it for the merchantable umber ot anyeecfon ,50,kinus A. 1, . quarter ot upon the . any strikes iu this country any way with had FUQUA A DeBOWr their real purpose is the very op-- , '"din regularity of a canal oven R. 6,W;alo the following lands in ihis AND until vw bad great millionaire and and to see that the same was con- posite of this to prevent strikes, if "o could be constructed PATENT Fulton County. Ky , aud in the following as follows uml great monopolies. ducted iu accordance with the s upon it order named, S. W. is described quarters of violence, quarrels out locks and Saddlery aijd Harness and N. W. The statute recently passed over the with employers avoid hold in the pent-uAtioainil Supports waters of section 35, T 1,11.6, W. llieN. E. ami whenever and; to The Edmunds farce is ended. Governor's head by the Legisla- wherever possible, and work for the heart till they are ready to S. E- quarters of section 34, T. 1, K 6, W. MEDICINES', the accomplishment of its supreme burst through the banks. They demauded papers as to re- ture ihe S W. and S. E. quarters of section There was destroyed about 81G,-- , purpose better wages, shorter 2o, T. 1, R. 6, W, tbeX. K. lend N W. qr S PLUMMER & FARRISSr movals, but they didn't get them 000 worth of cattle. That is, that 1L 0, t't and the X W. qr of pec. 26, to hours, a more cordial recognition, 1, K. 0, W. For By a party vote they condemned price had been offered for tho cat 25. A.3rr JacTtson St., oppotite Courier Office Theee promises to grow some actionprice,Tthe purchaser, with the aud moral, intellectual and physiA.3srx approved the President's action, and pro- tie before diseased. The actual cal improvement in lawful, order- thing interesting out of Senator surety or securities, uiusi execute uouu, - - - KY. HICK SIAX, Keek's resolution to have all pa lu5irine lezal interest from the day of sale pose to consider the same cases cost to the State was $2,500. ly and peaceful ways. A WELL selected stock of Saddles and pers befoie the Judiciary Com until paid, and hiving the force and effect TDILETkRTICLES The land ou which the cattle in tcertt ses6iou. It's a farco ! X Harness. New work made to order. had grazed wag quarantined, so mittee relating to Duskin's mrp of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared Prompt attention given to that uo cattle whatever can be is It Col.reported from Frankfort published. It is thought that tim to couiplr promptly with these terras. W.P.TWLOR, &C, &c,"&c. are ten Republicans now placed thereon for a year, under a that &c., &c., &c. II J.Stoddard Johnson will Republican Senators will defeat v There Master Commissioner. publication of the the resolution, but Beck has pot holding office under Mr. Cleve- penalty of not less thau $200 nor resume the of any kind. He has secured the service Amount to be raised: of that well known and excellent workland to one Democrat, and yet more than Sl.oon fnr otmh offense. Frankfort Yeoman, aud run it as hold of enough inside facts in re Jndement and inst. to day of sale, S90S3.1O qio or, The stables and grounds are now a live, independent Democratic gjinl to the character of the r.miI filled at any hour, day or night Euig niglitbell alter 10 o'clock man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself is the Republican Senate are horri-ie- d being a guarantee of good and faithful worlc. disinfected at tho expensoj paper, aud let the public printing Duskin to make some mighty in-- : apr24 $9385.95 at the swoepiug changes ! Tolal, me uniieu states Government, go. icicsungicauuig. Whole-soulea Section 1. B-- . it enacted, etc., Beautiful Thing. heart-fir- e T. n - so-.e- ct long-winde- d l"' proportions and character ever since and threatens to sprod over the whole kingdom. It began among the miners with a demand for shorter hours and higher wages. The only mothodsof dealing with strikes known to European governments is that of calling out the troops to fire on the discontented and sometimes turbulent hMikers and thiR is one of the purposes standing armies aie maintained for. Striking work men on the Continent are generally violent and disorderly, and it is not surprising, therefore, to learn n Home. A formidable labor strike which began at Liege, iu Belgium, two weeks ago, has been growing iu I THE BARTER J. GROCERY- - NEW GOODS LATEST STALES I ! I all kind of Familt Grockkixs, which' be will sell ns low as the lowest. He is reaat all times lo exchange Groceries at cash prices for BuLter, Ejrpa, Chieken,Jor any kind of marketing that Ihe farming friends may bring in. The highest mar ket price always paid. 3r. MONTGOMERY, to his friends And the public that he bus opened a new and fresh supply of A WoolDs 88 wmm DRESS GINGHAMS, mm Faris Pakkee, ! - . , to-da- 1 ' . AND PLAIN PIQUA. Family Groceries. -' 1 no-- MoEl-waiu- e, , , !' Sj-it- 111- ' ' g' j Family Urocery JUD&E. ss e 2 j set-'tin- g j j J. AMBERG'S I i ; ' fki ffaisii -- firsi-cla- StON I MIXCE-MEAA- T, I to-da- y C. B. KINGMAN, , oe -- v, at' 1 g j ias , new-mad- e v I Hardware, Tiriwar e ; sins, farm pr-(tiirv- e. C-- CJ.S Sla. ! W 1 - - sale. 1 1 1 yktk tag ETw j ; .. OOFXNG, &c. , j j j ! Hick-ma- n, I I T Z r j liNliW klfllf . Stable, F. E. CASS,- ; I i f to-wi- t: . -- . W -. , -- . HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, - 1 " - W. G. KINGMAN. :; oct30-l88- wra ui -- 1 1 selt-contr- ol HERTWECK, BALTZER 5ZS & CO. 1 3 1 ' 111 it -- i- vary-iiiguuisB- Court-hous- e 3 "" "" Tm i Hickman, Kentucky. WM J. W. COWG1LL, K&gs&Hl mm wm be-.n- d to-wi- t: M 1 DEUGS, Trusses pleuro-pnoumoni- a, with-restrai- n flood-gate- p to-w- it: - UV 1 1 iMB.1 jiPLlNT -- pur-cha- s- , El AIRING p v. 4feb & &k $& t W v. ? -' :$; Lc3