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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886040901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ""ll ? " M . 1A r.'T f&& wm. - "Srf- - 5 TEE - HICKM BT COMER &fr PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, P-- THE HICKMkN COURIEBJ & Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. X (BAXiS ' Jaetwugtroet, next door to OttyHalL OKOROE WARREN, Editor. BILLS, SNVELOPBS, 12TTEB- - hbadH - n S. aSIXiL-HTB-A-D- Tho Olilet Now'(pa)or iu Wcsrcrii Itentiiohj-- . 9. 1SS6. SERMON. --- j8 PRICE OF SCBCBIPTION. gl.50. ESTABLISHED I -- 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. APRIL GltEECE WILL lnGlYi XL1XTII COXtiKESS. first "scs.lon. WtsiiisoTox, March .J) SrMTE. A rcsOi, luttonwag aprced to calling for certain in 10 formation from the Interior ,mwA..l nlllOaI Ol' tll&A referenen tf Spokane Indians trom their recrvatlonrf Tlie Annj bill wa- - tuk n up ami dlKiijbOjH hi Jlcsr. LoirHn bihI Tiller Mr, 'itl tbiSt-tiahli Hie WavbiptrtonTcrtt- V.,i,f(...r .. .nlr... 111. wl H for, i Mil the admission of Montana a a utiUtuto for-nis rornier hill, tnc new measuro ccihk n" - VOL. XI m-- m. INVITATIONS. ETC. 27, OAXiZ -- ia .if OJTTD BUM T7I .'SIVEING FLOODS. Chattanocfga in Darkness and 5,00Poople Driven from Home. on the Railroads CJuur!rston, W. Va.f Half Submerged. IS A CONFLICT IMPENDING? Troop anil Striken. ConeptitrntinRat Worth. Tt. Pont Woutit, Tl , Apnt 4. Saturday abont noon nit engine Holge, id charge of oRleefs canko steaming into th ynnUhelv. The ollieers were fired upon bv strikers and two officers were fatMly mounded and a third shot through tho hip. The fire was returned and the conflict became general for a few minutes. Of the strikers so far as can bo ascertained, onl two or three w erev0unded. Th striken, were driven off Adjutant Ocn eral King left Austin lasttilght with two companies of Stnto laugtrs. The mayor has at his cohniiaud one company of militia at Cleburne nm!kDne nt McMurrv's company 6f rtihgeri has left Han-olfor Port Worth, and thirty five volunteers at Kaufman aro - m readiness for inholding themselvestant service at the call ot Sheriff Tarrant. Lieutenant Gibbs, who resides at Dallas has been authorized bye Governor Ireland to call out tho throe company's of them, Stat troops at Dallas, and two the Hibernian Uiiles and tb Vain Lighft FurrVVprth Guards, left. utter iiiidiuKralso a number ot ileputr iborifi-tThesd troops nro iu cunimana oC Imuteiianfc Colonel Turner an otlicet ho wln dis tinotion m tho linion nrhly. The depot nnd ynrdsat Port Worth 'ftere guarded lat n:gbt by over two hundred citizens, called into service by the mayors proclamation, and the streeti were patrolled by armed men. "There was great fear of fire during tho niebt and extra precautious were taken on that account. One hundred firemen were inwaiting at the fire enguio houses for anymergeney, and the fires at the punipine stations were kept up to a high point all night. Offers of aid were sent from all surrounding points and engines were kept in readiness to forwnnleil nt n monientV nntiiw Strikers are arriving at 'Fort Worth tronl various outside points, and theMaenl is iiiadi that the Knights hae de-tenmned that Kort Jorth shall t the noint where tinins shall be stonned at h11 bnxnrds. and ihat there they will m their battle On the other bandit is said that the citizens of this city declnr thnl tho Missouri Pacific trains JU 'move, even though it costs scores hi lives to accomplish it. Dallas.-Captaid ir THE COMMONWEALTH. Daikandheavv styles have been dull I.ouUille Leaf Tuliarco Market. (TALiiLVGrE'S Expressions from Her War Minister Admit of No Other Ex- IiravrJ',MShouts pectation. ti ' Cirxmsaoox, ed terrjtoj-- f All the Jubilant rimer. Kxpect It anil tlie Grecians Out the l'rui cts. t n-- 1)111 Tex--.April 2. The floodhas been largely Increased p. m. the riTer reached feet, and is rising an inch an hour. The riverdias been falling all d&y at loudon, Itockwood,' Dayton and Charleston, and it is expected to reach its maximum at this poiafbe.forja.tttorning. 2o gas andjio electric-lights no water in tha reservoirs, and the lender still raising, is the situa ioo;e It is estimated that flvo tbosand people are homeless in this city, thotlghithey all have comfortable temporary quarters, and rebef committees are supplying the necessities of life. Tha Fifth Ward is completely under water, and hundreds of crafts of every description are naSSlnsrto and fro from Market street railroad crossing to Lookout Mountain and 3IissfonarViRidco. The water now stands a foorMersp in the Union Passenger Oepo.nnd has entered I the lower floors of the .Reed House and vtorg Market street. The express home companies have moved to higher quarters and Tit this writing the water lacks eleven incheaioLentering the Times counting-roowhich is about the average height of all tho htores on Market street. A colored man and( a white child were drowned to day.-Thcitv is policed by tho rnflitarys All the railroads on the Chattanooga side of the river are tinder water, in some places ten feet. Heavy washouts have occurred on the Cincinnati Southern and Western jmrrAtiuntie roads. All roads report that their lines aro open except about Chattanooga; and in consequence, no connections can bejuade. . CirALEiToy, "VT. Va.. April 2. The Hood in the Kanawha and Elk rivers, which resulted in submerging half the city, began early this morning. It in hard to tell what damage has been done to prop-'rtJhigh water. flfty-txv- o to-nig- , J " . m, to-nig- ht 1 ou-tioo- r he SlG RASCALITY DISCLOSErk Indictment of Wealthy CslitorubVn Timber taiul l'tsdi c'n tVi loX An Esitw ulrr Cell. Into the IVnltentlary 'jJEgrty-Kigl- tt Hours From Canaila. CnicAGO, April 2. justice wa Dnetedpout to Charles Stephens in Judge. Colliny Court this morning. Stephens is inn jdjnan, who for fifteen years was m the employ of the Wilmington & Vermilion Coal Company, of this city. Fifteen months ago be absconded, and investigation showed that he had tmbeilled 21 (XX) K JUSTICE. from the company. All 'Sorts to capture the.fugutive were fruitless, and it was believed he had gone to Canada. This theory provedoiTvCt, for last Tuesday tho he had robbed received a letter from a,,m ,'-vjn Canada, baying that he wa pennlts and alone, and rather tbna another year in Canada he desired to r:turn.ndead guilty to his crime and rehis punishment ceive Ho announced lit intention of starting at once for the United States. The comp.uij sent two linkerton detectives to Detroit to m6et hnu Oa "Weduwday they arrested him; on Thurs-la- y ho was brought to thi-- i city and tho grand jury; this morning h pleaded guilty before Judge Collin and was sentenced to threa years' imprisonment in Joliet, and this afternoon he wu 7aitrn tb the penitentiary. com-wariy d re-n- yn PARALLEL TO THE OREGON. ri A 3itrns t:cldent "With Loss of Life On tho .A 2. The schooner J. wrecked off Point lteye fortymiles north of here, Wednesday. Her crew was lost. Tho coast there is of a dangerous character. Tho supposition was that the vessel had struck a hidden rock. An examination of tho wreck showed that Sbef schooner had been struck amidships and" cut almost in two. evidently by a steamer or other craft going at a high rate cfBpeed. The discovery has caused much excitement in marine circles, as it is feared the unknown vessel which sunk tho chooner has gone to the bottom with all on board. The wreck occurred before tl The case funjtshes a strango parallel to the loss of tie. Oregon Tho Aquma is supposed to b2ve been tho vessel in "H. Ccngdon was day-ighcol-"ndo- n. Sot Fraxcisco, April q raclllc Coast. The United States grand jury yesterday found indictr ments against eight promiant t?i,rf ens ot this State for subretron of perjurj m the. case of fn'luulent entries of redwood tfuU'n' land in Humboldt County, Cal Ihe names of three are ,Toi Russ, David Evans and ChArVs H. King. whocollectivelyrepr6nlf5,av.tV)i'flritai The name ot tho Other five Are hdt Vofc known but thev Sir safti to W ue.iltlix mU The Lahd Department at Washing- ton had jxiiVi tt) suspect irregularities it tho ciirV of these lands, ami pit ouc i r gent u .Bergen, 3: the Department, to iorcsligate the matter. The result of iU. Bergen's investigattoa show s ttt the parties indicted are all of the California Kedwood CompftiiVi capita, for which wa nniul in Scotland Tho imlll'led pat,fn,sVnui ed about six hundred AliiericaUltie?.?. ta tuko uplGOucre-- i of land PVch, for w hich each received t5fty tlollars. The entnes were 111 all vas. immediateh conveyed to David hvaiis, one of the indicted parties. Tho California H'dwood Company afterwords sent an agent to Scotland to form a s ami sell the lands. The njtidirat j.aid the California Redwood Oompniiv Jd an liiir ui wi mini wnicn. ns snowu. the JntUfr httdfrnuduentlv jmrchUsed tho from Governittfr.rMt .ts .'o on acre. Mr. Ben;n uas passed three months in HNsilioldt County working tip the case, dlid notwithstanding the diiRnltie thiown in his way. has secured tot,iuony from over one hundred persons who accepted the bnbe. Suit will bo instituted bv the Goverumrit to set aide all thee entiles as well as thepatentN which have ahead-- . leen issued The land embraces '.ttUKiii aer s of the beet redwood timber laud ou the coast. 11 -fp-ia- Sw Wtrnment. f'RAMisco. April t f lnU-no- mem-'.Tl- s. imtn-crOH- 1: Double Murder and Lynching. Sax Fhascisco, April 2. A double mnr-de- r reported from Southern California. Wednesday evening Peter Hermlnp ahd his Json, armed with rifles, approached tho premises of Eugene Walker, in Arroyo Grande Valley, Ban Luis Obispo County, and without a word opened fire upon Walker, who, with his wife and child, was in 'the garden. Walker fell dead. Mrs. "Walker, though shot through the nrm and breast, picked up her child and ran to n we ghbor's, where she died. The murderers were captured and Jailed. Soon after midnight a.gang of masked taen took the and banged them to a railroad Bridge near by where the bodies wero found yesterdtv. A dispute about land wae the c&ure, of tho crime. 1s pris-ojemo- followed by tho lynching of two xnen ut Disastrous Exp'osfon. Chicago,, April 2. An explosion ocenr-f-- d at an early hour this morning in the Sam Jonts Done With Chicago. .new tank house of Swift & Co., tho packing Cnn t.o, April 4 Sam Jones concluded "firm. The bouse was a new three-storbrick building located, on Center avenue, near his religions exhortations in Chicago In the morning he drew a largo F.orty-fiftstreet. One of tho immenso tariks containing putty oils mysteriously audience to Dr Goodwin's church, and in Wow up, completely wreckintr the building. the afternoon and eveniag the Casino The night watchman, David Morefield, was Rink x as filled an hour before the services on the third floor at the time, nnd ho was began Nenrlv ten thousand people" wero buried in the ruins. He was rescued in present at each of the sei vices in the rmk. about half an hour, and was in an nlmost at both services were given unconscious condition. He was taken to to Messrs. Jones and Small, and xxith tho the county hospital, and may die. Tho lo-- s salary guurnnteed them advance netted on the building will bo in the neighborhood tIiem?:XoOO apiece for tbeir four xeek s y to-la- y. b. f Gladstones Cabinet Strained. Lomkin. April 4 A breaking up of tha Cabinet is imminent. Lord Kiniberley, SirWm Hnrooiirt, Mr. I hilders and Mr. Mundello is?rdses to asen to an v home rolo of the ma"Ure giving Ireland and the threaten to lesign if sucji iv measure be insisted upon bv Mr nisilstonc, Mr. Morley demands n modification of tho plans for the buying out of the landlords. however, remains inflexible Sir anil will maintain bi full scheme intact. Cabinet collll-'ilaioto Iks held on Monday and Tuesday, nn( the climax will lie reached on Tuesdax The Ministers themselves admit that an ngrctm nt seems improbable. Mr. Gladstone ma make 'his states ment Thursday xvithout the approval ef the Ministry, t Servant G r s in a St Lolls, Mo., April A. An inquest was held on the bodies of tho four servant girls who lost their lives at tho Planters' House fire xesterday 'The jury visited the scene of the fire, and in their veidict stated that the quarters for tho servants were so arranged as to be virtually a in case of a fire w hen the em ploves xv ere nsleep Tlie hotel is nearly balf a century old. but on account of its favoruble location and the reputation of its table be alw ays had n large patronage from people who geuerally patronize ouly the Wst hotels. . co-iti- ol cu-to- ms. Glad-ton- e, s 1 Fire-Tra- p. to-d-nj fire-tra- p 111 of $13,000. work. , . -- -: 1 A Great Feat in Submarine Navigation. Athens,, April 2. The naval officials lt continue to make private trials of the Sor-lenfe- submarine torpedo boat. Yester-ila- y a torpedo boat, with four men on board, was submerged for six hours, and y itdescended to a depth of thirty-nvIcet. to-dao Preacher Robs His Bride. Concord, N. H., AprilS. Rev. Wm. HamBaptist Church, of mond, of tho Pree-wlTranklin, decamped Thursday morning with f3,000 belonging to a newly wedded bride. .He- - was arrested in a Boston bank as he was cashing tho check. ll three and a half inches betreen C o'clock in the morninir and (5 o'tlotk i. m. and came to atand at astnge of Kl feet S inches. . Below, the Miaau aud Kentucky rivers were rapidly rising, and there aro swells above, but it is believed the Ohio will not go much, if ; higher at this point, i. to-daa-J- Ciscivvn. April t.JTUe Ohio river roo The Oh 0 River. Journrynun Bakers Will Strike. New Youk, April 4. FiTe hundred bakers last nigfit determined to btrike on Mav I for twelve hours' work five days of the xveek, fourteen on Saturday, and to board xx here they choostv jour-nexm- en Bsnquet Disaster. PHrLADEijPniA, April 2. At the annual commencement of Jefferson Collego the dfgreeofM. D. was conferred on 233 While the graduates wero graduates. gathering in atatorium Hall, on Broad street, "this evening to enjoy a banquet tendered by the Alumni Association, a temporary floor in the main body of the hall eave away, precipitating several of them, into the basement, a distance of nine feet. John G. Goe, of Ohio, was seriously injured internally bv a heavy piano falling across bis breast. j3artholomew Zalls, of Texas, was badly Injured. to-d-ay Legatee of Mrs. Gain's Arrested. New Oklea.ns, April Maria P. Evans, xvho figured conljtcuouslj efora the Courts as legatee of "the estate of Mrs. Gaines, xxas arrested last1 night, charged with uttering a forged will, and lodged in jail, in default of $20,000 ball. rs. Counterfeiter Caught at Work. Grand RiriDS, Micu April 4. The sheriff, j esterday morning?arretod Nicholas Hall for counterfeiting,catching him at work. Hall wore a badge of the "Northwestern Detective Association,11" claimed that he was.af.ter counterfeiters himself. A Pot of Gold FIcwed Up. Incorporation of Trades Unions. 2. Senator Call, from the Committee on Education aud Labor, reported favorably Senator Blair's bill legalize the incorporation of National Trade Unions, with amendments by the oeaamittee striking out the section making tt a misdemeanor punishable by fine or imor endeavor to prisonment from National or out ita lawful objects, and requiring that the headquarters of an incorported National Trade Union shall be in the District xof Columbia. ' Wabhisotox, April pre-renta- ny sub-Unio- n car-ryi- ag 1 the Gallows. ; LsxrtCTON. Ma. April 2. JeA Wilson, for the murder colored, xvas hanged of Jennio Sanford, his mistress, in Julv. It FiTt tlwuwuMJ peogU bin UT On to-da- y t f Nashville, Tens., Apfil 4.- -A Union's Batesburg (S. O.) specral?sny$: Newbury County is greatly excited over the singv- lar good fortune of Mr-JCoughman, a hH Mr. Coughman was plowing in his fiold.a.ross the Sa luda river, the plowj turned " n old earthen pot. Ujion examination, it was found to contaiu gold coin of s une kind. Gathering ap his newfound treasure.. he xvended his way to a Batesburg bank, and after the money had been carefully examln.tl.lthe. "findr was pronounced to be woith H2,0W). Tho coin is old and quaint, andjbears evidence of uaxiug come irom uiuereM nations, iiow it found its 11 ay Into thJfleld or when l J riainaiil h.4 a oe quaint-looking v.v.avau.sicufw, -- T71?, H?I werooltrniioii-tha1 ?Z uiettfrin any srfch gratidetfr' f hall eat he penltbntljiry. whirp'"the latter bsd tin ceptod. Hou-- o lull to uiakf the game law of tfafl ever can'achleveKf char-cte- r, I don't mean to try," as and House lull doubt tlmt his colleague's superiors had teen IsTUappU to XIrl r.ieken Count God grant that all these parents mar dlsclnlldd. There have been chll' amending e lions und s ot hapter ." f though a child .l.itlrl refuso to play tho hansed In prison. ifren xvho have grown Cp and gone to hare the great satisfaction of seeing their (icneral Muttite-- , a- - tur its M t rtieken onnt A WvsiuxiTOs, March 31 I eignt notes Decause ne can 1101 eitcio IIoue bill ( fixing tlie pa of lthout 'er haTinS had thlr earS children grow up Christians. But oh I tha pr injr for n pension for is .ne rued was ountx slttinjr us "William Tell." This Hannah of the text pang of that mother who, after a life of an cs soldier discharged from ilie levenue miUflsir lit s in l'ulitki bill rcgulatim,' ihe Claims House oiirt street-gaddin- g fpruiii in (ieorpiH on account of polities luensi oftux on theati r circuse, etc . in th 8 differs from the persons I just now named. boxed hang- - . and gossip-retailinahd intIligence are Mr. Lopun's hill to Increase the ellinono Of Oh' how much care ordisstatc Hill regulutinz the firs of pro teni. She was an ordinary woman, with ' But ing on the children the fripperies and fol the urwj wa taken up anil consfdercfl rearing of children Speeches were made !r esr Uijian and urcult Judi:eaiidCotiiiiionwojlthattoineshuil. nary intellectual capacity, placed in the necessary in the lies of this xvorld, sees those children uih pio titd nfliu r- in this day, when there are so many books tossed ordinary circumstances, and yet, by exPlumb At .' ochxk Mr ancc bcinin his provid nir tHit da out on the sea of life like foam on per for such ftftvues. to b The MU rrcciM'Ji speech apainst civil er ice before all on the subject, no parent is excusable in the wnve, or nonentities In a world where the rl'Kiilar oflicc rerritoir riuitl ou of the salrtri olwas laid on the tub rs. traordinary piety, standing out Christian being ignorant cf the best mode of bringfor the admission of WashingtonMr c. the ages to come, the model ltblph A tfot.tui to reron-lde- r was taken up nnd supported b) can ilnfsE in the Houe tfys lilhfnltijr a reso- mother. ing dp a child, if parents knew more of only bravery and stalwart character tho JlolSE The artiitration hill Was rbpnrteil stand the shock! But blessed bo lution rc.;u sting the llovernor to ntthdniw u Inor from the I nmmitlH electlcs there Would not be so many Hannah waS he wife ot felkanrtah, who ns refeiroito mother who looks upon her children as Ureenwood iveie made b ij M V 1M01 Kfellej-- . (pa.i the troops tniui oq Xlilitary stomachs ttttd weak nerves and in Affairs, whiih was a person very much like hVrself Uubhatmii. (N J Koran. J) Hammond, the I omulittoe among children. If par- sons and daughters of the Lord Almighty kills need, eaer la STRANGE DOUBLE TRAGEDY- - iT.a (hv xlrt4H then the reflation Th Jlexenuf never having fought a Competent livers and Oh' the satisfaction of Hannah swing bill whs lirubim. Aa. 'Ia linn, is, McAdoo Hioxcr. euivj, tjjj taken up, and dNcusstd to tho battl or been plain,subject of a marvelous ents knew KeT of pnysiology there would Samael serving at the altar; ofinMother tho A XotmgMnn ot.t'lgtilfreh $lA Ileaeran. ilex a C.lrl ot (.M0.1 anJ sjitja'cramped and Notice vas pixen thnt llinRlej, iMe escape. Neither of them xrou'ld have been not be so many curved rpmei, WfKVll, "then ftll lllui-el- f. Fits.kroRT, Marchsa Senate, -- flllls throats, and diseased Eunice in seeing her Timothy learned in vote ould be taken to morrow at n o clock eral.ntertst Hou-- e bill ccdinr Salt called a genius. Just what you nnd 2 Chests, and inflamed among children-- . If the Scriptures. That is the mother's recomThe mer nnd harbor bill wa reported Tfl6 liter to the KihIc MnwrkFE, April ft In a two-stor-y Government: bill amend lungs as there are pense, to see children coming up useful in llurd Itomels case was ly fig the t liool law of this Mate, reiiutr ng might be, that was Elkannah and Hanbrick hoii'e. nt the corner of Vilnt ud Mr Turner (Jh wtn rep, rttl Hdier-eparents knett mora of art, and were ifl the world, reclaiming the lost, healing tho ..,n)Ce taat tfHchi rs to tench the'delcter ou phj siologicul nah. Sixth streets, wax enm te!, at an early wU.o oe rrtCd Tor next week liHn.lall beautiful, there d eJTi ir of alcohol and oiiinti s. House bill proThe brightest time In all the history of sympathy with all thatchildren coming out sick, pitying the ignorant, earnest and hour this ineJnj., the most unev.uuari. tho ordinniiPi- - report rr m tht spcaal viding for public school in Pikcxillc. In Pike would not be so many That throws a new ronsilleritiir the subject At 6110 i'Clltltx t lions" bill luthorizlng Hxrliin Coun-t- i that family was the birth of Samuel. Alb'oV.i"ilrder and suicide, mat profiabh ever commission proclivities. If useful in every sphere. family Bible when p in (livlluUHMiujobrnDl. o faIe fo pUIUl 11 cJtqtt-ht)u- e though co star ran along the Heavens in the xvorld with boorish Christ, and praclight back on the old u?onei in tun citv Annie Jl.ienitili ft J-lltsi'iguoo f -- laniLsnimr a iaie .xroor im A ointto tils birthplace, 1 think parents knew moe of Un'n heautimi girl ot fifteen would not ever h reads it, and that will be and,. made a special pointing down lo ict a ihoiiuHi,t; sleeping iy the eUI nf her little oak fiptal)iiripor'e'' ttt Washintrioii, arn qfxlerrorrridayjo jtpatoprifCse Is.i'fJ IIp re-- the angels of God stooped at thecoiriihg o"f ticed more of his religion, therestarting on ment to the tbe aching limbs of decrepAhrahlm i.iuioin , teet already bo sa marly little wax shoi JitiJ-Situde, and light op the closing hours of ani mslantlr nasseu A or I'gan t rtnj- - VJ1I inDU'IUOn'mainrui iiuiiouirey to sail to 'o wonderful a prophet. his memwrong t0s.d, arid all artnind in voices Frankfort and erect a monument miiihi ov lsnilot e?iP0aiiV au eighteen- - was set for diruwiii next. The WnhlnRton ory. ondnv life's day with the glories of an autumnal given in answer td the As Samuel had tfen 5 -ij Territory bill wiisdthatot hy senators Dolph. piu WKDu in tae laiinn. wuo was of riot and blasphemy ttfruld not come up sunset. ; prayer, Elkannah and all hts famiiy, sive with such ecstasy of infernal triumph. their Tlie family occuMot se Hills passed To autbori7e county i.i, imr n'.jvui IIUU ..loi'u uiin 1 ,, " , nil until Mondnv pies the lower floor of the house About alter esecuti courts to appoint special administrators tor Hannah, started up to Shiloh to offer sac There she sits, the old Christian mother, The eaglets in the eyrie have no advanh'ie, with the collection and distribution of French and rifices of thanksgiving. The cradle where IlnosS. lh committee ol the 1 oO o'clock Morns Hosenstem and hiswjfe Mr Sprinner III 1, in the tha r a K'n ral deSpuu.sh spoliation claims; regu'nting the tage over the eaglets cf a thousand years ripe for heaven. Her eyesight is almost were awakened by the tvpoj t of .'lii bate was had on the lal or arbitration hilL sale of lightning rods in thi commonwealth , the child slept was altar enough for Hanway ot gone, but the splendors of the Celestial cr, followtil q)ieWlt v second shot (W. Va i. Cram tTer 1, orthlnpton for the b neflt of the Kentucky Institution nah's grateful heart, but when the boy was aeo: the kids have no superior The gray vision. Mr HeseHslPf. jumped from his bed and Gibson (Mic b . Anderson lorthecdm ationof deaf mutes nt Dam inc. (III . Tar-n- cr rocks than the old gdtts City kindles up climbing up the nnd Cannon light of Heaven's morn has struck through Va into tlie kitchen for a light Then ho iKan 1, Warner audQ NollliMv '. i o furnish tho old enough she took him to Shiloh and and Tli bill upproplmlr iJU taught hundreds of years ago; the whelps Kellcy (Pa s lionir iM,Hi, llainipn.i 'tl L uoticed that the door of the children' took three bullocks, and an ephah of flour, Hool W.mls, fnlj 1 t'"?l" f.f 7.?1' whelps of the gray locks which she folded back imiUHWi.t. I'en.lihf R machinery cc , and.ttfVi room was open. On entering, hi and IxiVrrA Uhtl n rompiiijit ciiKihl r and" a bottle of wine, atid made offering of know no more now than did the ejemore by the over the xvriHkled temples. 8he stoop bvr in the neaurc he liolise adjourned ages ago they are taught no Wjlh j und Xoreunn A bill to perm t defendants ing sacrifice uiitd the Lord, and there, accordmet a horrible spwtnel burden of V tsuK(TOx;April ? SEXyt No sessl'gn. all crimioa' and penal cases to testify ; the desert; but it is a shame that very much now nnder the dead body of their lshr hulP lieltt tho ing to a previous vow, she left him; for lions of West Kentucky and Tennessee care she used to carry for her children. HotsE-TO- n four titUw ihilurfrt in the bed at motion of Mr o Neil I tMo ) Idiilroad the aro so many ih this day, when there iompanj incorporating way find Up and ru'ihevi tijed t e, jghorant tf the business was dispensed with yeas, Men's Mutual Life .Assotiution of the Young there he was to stay all the days o'f his Kentucky: ot improving ourselves in tho She sits at home, too old towhile her sit 71 and th Hou-ewinto com- authorizing Louisville cit council to pav eldeftbaum was in his iirixaie terrible Ueed she ife, and minister in the Temple. cultivating children, that to the house of God; but (Mr Spnneer rlll in the manner of Night clothes and n in a fi'len poiition mittee of the whole judge of their chancer), wjuity and comall the past comes back, and tha Years rolled on, and every year Hannah best on the I,aoor Arbitration so often there is no more advancement in there, partially over the body jf the murdered chain ou the tlrst section beinsr bill all de- mon pleas court $2.uo0 each uiiuutilb in addi-- t limited to bate made with her own hands a garment for this respect than them has been among children that forty years ago tripped ot,n w ere ueaii on 10 tht salary now paid by tho State: iikhiu iihun irum thirty minutes gin Mr Koran 'O offered nn with their grief, ndlng the charter of around her arm-chat a wound in the side of the prl's head alwive Dnjton. Samuel, and took it over to him. The lad if, on the written nun Htnpl.HlCoimty It the city ofthe providing he kids and the eaglets and tho whelps. Increases tho left ear. and from a hole in the breast amendment of either that to the oontro would have got along well xvithout that add joys and sorrows those children are party proposition 3. Again Hannah stands before you as a of Mit itlrtinr. cheat s thP office Of garment, for I suppose he was well clad by of the young man None of the relative to submit the tUITfrencp toaMiitratith. '" C now. Some caught up into a better t'oitc, :tt',i''B-- s a hoiml bf eduCa-iChristian mother. From her prayers and gone of the deceased tould advance ati theors the otber party span retu-j- ., ipe . proposition ' tion and empowers saiO bbstd th Issue bonds the ministry of the Temple; but Hannah from the way she consecrated her boy to realm, xvhere they shall never die, and sUbmtttlni; the as to the cause of thn double tragedy ,u'" amount a Judge of dqet UnltJ to FntskFOHT. .f f 13,ii) .Tljfclis XTX. Hills fould riot be contented unless she wris all God, I know that she xras gooa. A mother othors out in the broad world, testing tho j appoint March to Court District States discidotrig something for her darling may have the finest culture, the most bril- excellency ot a Christian mother's peace; He WE WILL RETALIATE an retarded the passed House bill amending city charter of the time arbiter "Moreover, his riother made him a pline. Her last days are full of nn entering lAiulsvllle; House bill for benefit of the sheriff boy. bill In Its preent shape n surroundings; but she isnot fit for her 1'aiiad.i iv'rsl-l- x In ;interlerlns with Our xredjre for theeuactm nt of uch legislation of Elliott Cuuntv. House bill incorporating little coat, and brought it to hint from liant unless she be a Christian mother. and calmer and sweeter will her spirit betitles in future as would crush out organized labor. the drund IMlie of the I nttcd lirder of year to year, xvhen she came up w ith her llliln f,fU, The House Mil rf pealing tho libraries in the come, until the gates of life shall lift and Thorough organ nation, and organization Friendship There mij be well-rea- d WsHiN,TON, Aprils -- Swretarx Mayard atonr, the labor tig men of this country could bid establishing tht Mate Hoard of Equalizahusband to offer the yearly sacrifice." let in the worn out pilgrim Into eternal and exquisite music in the parlor; house; work out their sa'vatiou. and he was willing tion wa then called up and discussed till tho springtide and youth, where the limbs is to address a nolo to the British Govern1. Hannah stands before yen, 'bsn, in adorn Hell s Tt lephono end of the and the canvas of the best artM all never ache and the eyes never grow dim, ment saying in diplomatic Ian mage that toleaxe this cpiestion and labor questions of bill is me sesiui. as an industrious mother. Mr Dibble ling with much opposition from the first place, thi character of organized ing the walls; and the wardrobo 00 and the staff of the exhausted and decrepit' the I'nitcd States u ill not allow inters (8 C.I off ercl 8ti amvtltnint proilnr Ihat the telephone companies The bill I" modThere xvas no need for her to xvork. apparel; aud the crowded with tasteful nUd If tho liwuna fervncevitL our flshing Vessels hx Hiindiad the ChtDtnlsslDner of .Labor on the rch.uet eled aner couipunies bill.they will tiHSRed the her husband, was far from poor, children be wonderful for their attain- pilgrim shall become the palm of tho imwithdraw shall order telephone sa) t our 01 either party to acoutroxersy. The Bureau a'l th. ir instruments In this Stnte. as they t cruisers xvithout rptalintion lie beldnged to a distinguished family, for ments, and make the house rinft with mortal athlete. gallon to le made an 111 Ignored In vl sels aro nOt allowed ti euter of Indiana. This bill maybe he saiil. had the Bible tells Us that he wdg thd sou of laugbtur snd innocent mirth, but there is CahndjBri port f morality by the coinmlttee and will to our the prat emereeucv The purport of his traite. FIGHTING WILD DOGS. Jeroboam, the son of Elihu, tho sdrl ot g in that nouse, closed against the shipto make the otnmi- - promtim pass amcudint nt !ort will -. John, the sob ot Zuph. "WhO.were theyT't. ping of Canada. Recently one of our fisher- elouer of Labor a factor in n.atiinriug iu,fruuj:. --p iA mnrnu men a rrrived at Halifax and tried to ship HOIl. ?lr. TscKleytrlouerts-i-n--you, say., I do not know, bus;th;ey"wefe &&T Rlver In xTvomlnjf. . tlan nrorlillnir thnt tho noard of Arbitration shamj tentiarj at Bddyv lie was passed. 9'ai its cargo in bond to the United States and lnnulre into the nractices of rtuln milroad distinguished people, no doubt, or their Lauder (W. T.) Specbd.J I blessl Goulthat there are not many it v x as refused. The Fhivkhiiit, March 31. Si.. TR Am Canada receives most of maintaining a conpnn svstera ps al mentioned. companies of nmverlen mothers not many of then!. lonmiittit on the l.rfenuood Mine names would not have been her imports during the winter through our of life Insurance to eiade the paxment of Xews has been received of a tierce fight tht report without tifnible Hannah might have seated herself with Tbe weight of responsibility is so great tit the bead of Wind river between cowIorts it xiilllea very easv thing louvtn damages for loss of life through iigl'gcncc ant e ot madeshorttrban. I tcttiuon. the assist-r und XI the this matter up xrith tho Doininion The aiiirnduicnt or otherwise her family, and with folded arms and difere all Al an now ell hi phik r to the higlitt that they feel the need of a Divine boys and wild dogs Two years ago First and sond siitiuns of hldib r it he so hooi xote.1 lown The bill abolishing j sheveled hair, read novels from year to band to help, and a Divine xoice to comummer a pack of dogs took possession of: h Ml xirere tiKMllfietl and niinTil to They tne iait oouni 01 rjiiuiirniion n- Quiet at Fort Worth. Judl-ciar- v provide for a Hoard of Arbitration which distiis, d ami Bnullj referrtd to tht iikuio year, if there had been any to read; fort, and a Divine heart to sympathize. a rocky cliff that overhangs tho Wind New Yokk. April ft The following die shall possess the power Iwlomung tb ( ommittie. winch .s tonidel-- l laxr-nbl- e but when I see her making that garment, Thousands of mothers have been led into river, and have multiplied apace. They I'tvinmissloufrs appointed by to the rettntion of the board! pa Uhes wero received 'this litornmg at tho I "til tel StatesCourt of the I'ulted Statef, and taking It over to Samuel, I know she the kinRdoin of God by the hands of their have- - grown to be a perfect pest, killing the Circuit Mr H inn's resolution to udjouru Hoi x ofiicc of the Missouri Pacific Railway .but ill no case shall any witness be compelled April ei xvas Indefinitely potpoutl by 11 is industrious from principle as well as little children. There were hundreds of calves on the rartg-ss- , and not hesitating to 'to disclose the secrets or produce 'be records uirge a from pleasure. God xxould not have a in thi" citv been ChrisIU by mii'irtv. which in In lh.it or proceedings of anx Inhor organization of will Und the Legislature stillan session la The mother become a drudge or a slave; he mothers who would not havethe prattle of attack even man xxben pushed are tha .1 pro-vaQuiet 'Fuht Wuhtii. Tts . April both any xvhlcb'he may be an officer or tian had it not been for pangs of hunger, and AJ they t or the session. here this morning Seven ts'uopaules would have her employ all tho helps posorder finding, conclusion or award mnde by a revenue bill otrcuplej 1the their little ones. Standing some day in powerful and savage, their H:ult is danA reso'u-tioof State troops and 0110 campanv of itrtil FiliNKKilti. April majority of the arbitrators shall bo Of tho sible in this day in the rearing of her chilthe nursery they bethought themselves, gerous in the extreme. Last fall tf pumber providing that the pay of members shall lerx havearrivtsi from (afveston They tame force und effect as if aU the arbitrators dren. But Hannah ought never to be "This child God was given me to raise of th.em attacked a team and its driver on mo'ved yesterliiy tlireo trains south oh tho concurred therein or united in makingtbe coast when the) are not on dut) aspued. tho ashamed to be found making a coat for Missouri Pacific nhd two trains on tho same. The House, at Its exening scinn. The coinmittee appointed to for eternity. What is my influence upon an open prairie. The driver, not knowhJK . Eastern Lunatic Alum. ind the charges Samuel. Texas Pacific Nb resistance wus otTeitl passed thirty live pension bills andttdjout-nedit' ot being a Christian myself, how the fejoclty Of his assailants, endeavored, V tsnixoTos. April 3 the supt nlitendent, present! d a re Ses xti No session. against eitlier in the city or count A good tnauv I Most mothers need no counsel in this dican I ever expect him to become a ChrisHoist to drive them off xith his black-snak- e strikers are arriving at- - Fort Worth mitted tl Ml Itohcrtson. or h( nt m ky, sub- port sustaining lie UfOiliurui n" minority rejmrt of the omuilttee proxlngthe manHgement of the institution rection. The wrinkles on their brow, the tian Lord, helpmel" whip. It was torn from his hand in an infrom other plate-- . Tlie adjutant general Oil Elections in tht contested election wns ordcnjl printed The reso caeof The report se eral dais ago flxinv Ap'll 8 pallor oil their cheek, the thimble-mar- k is in charge of the troop. xi hieh consist of Hurdxs ltomeis Mr James, or New York, lutlon pa-t- sl Are there anxious mothers who know stant and the hand itself badly lacerated. was reconf20 men and txxo pieces of artillery. ' on their finger attest that they are faithnothing of the Infinite help of religion? calh"! up tht Hdxen-- rtport op the free sil- as the tia) fortlnul adjournment laid the same time half a dozen of the ilerca resolution wus ver coinage bill, but Mr (1 Neil raised the sidered, und theAlford offeretl n joint on the ful in their maternal duties. The bloom, Then I commend them to Hannah, the At resolucanities assailed the horses. The question ot consideration and tailed uptbe table senatoru April 1'iaiid reussemble next and the brightness, and the vivacity of The Ohio Flood. pious mother of Bamuel. Do not think it animals started, with tho labor arbitration inn ny a voie 01 eu to irs tion to adjoin a thirt) da)s session It will girlhood have given place for the grander is absolutely impossible that your children fear ot death to urge them on, and the silver bill was laid aside. Allauu ndincnts N'oiembt r for Cin ti, Airil 5. Tlie Ohio river siibptltutes pnjoed for the arbitration come up and dignity, and rencb-mgrising at Cincinnati, bill were rejt ct d. xt pt one b Ir Warner, Hut'!. Consideration of IheHevenne Hill motherhood. usefulness, anda industry of come up Iniquitous. Out of just such fair soon carried themselves and tho But there is heathenish brows, and brieht eyes, and soft hands, driver beyond danger. However, they Ilxing the rate of compensation wns rcumcd. The chapter under considerafeet at Op. m., xhen it nguin came of Mis-ou- n. or to the collection of ton stand until 11 p.m.. xrhen ltconuucnccd of the members day. the arbitration tribunal t tion was the out devoted stipulated that the idea getting abroad in some of the famiand innocent hearts, crime gets its victims were badly bitten about the haunches ' Init.it l and prescribing the allow- thcreiunue ten dollars per bond to collect the lies of Americans; there are mothers one-hal- f inch an hour. ance for emploc and witnesses The bill sheriff shall exectile rising at the rate of extirpating purity from the heart, and and throat. This fall the stockmen gava he shull forfeit the rubbing out the smoothness from the brow, orders to their outfits to kill the xvild who banish themselves from It wus snowing hard from Purkersburg to wa finally reported and passed Yeas 150, taxs and if he- fad to do His Ikflnetl three-fourtCincinnati, with ram at Pittsburgh and nays ,w. Tho lllund silx er hiii was then taken his oiiice and or before fvo tlr-- t bond 10 Ih home circle. For ltlnda) in and quenching the luster of the eye, and dogs on every possible occasion, and a the on up for debate nnd continued throughout the exetutetlsucceeding hiselectlon.aud annually of other points. With all tho upper tributathey shriveling up, and poisoning, and putrify-m- fexv days ago an organized attack wa maternal duties their Januar) exening session. many of them rising, indicaries full and day of Mav prove themselves incompetent. They Wamiisoto.s, April 5 SRNATfe. A resolu- thereafter He shall on the first and scathing, and scalding, ami blasttions Kint to nnother fo it or two rie hero made on the canine stronghold. Armed aro ignorant of what their children wear, ing, and burning with shame and xvoe. tion xwis agreid to appointing Mr Sherman llnhe'amol.l.t.IftAxTsl,; hnscouYct before tho flood dlsapjM'ars with Winchester rifles and Colt's re1111 and Mr Harrison to infancies in tho Com- snd pa) oxer the same Hie sheriff shall bo and what their children eat, and what Every child is a bundle of tremendous volvers, the cow boys penetrated Into the? mittee on Foreign Relations. Mr. I'lntt by the Auditorthe follow. ug coiniuis-siotheir children read. They Intrust to irKansas Wheat Much Damaged. certain amendmt nts to his resolution allowed possibilities; and whether that child shall very dens of the dogs. The latter rand 9 upon sums collected l"pon the first relating to executixe sessions, which hcpio-pose- s 1 per cent ; on the second .i.W I. Sper responsible persons these young immorcome forth to life, Its heart attuned to the a desperate tight, charging fiercely into Toi'EKA, Kas.. April . Secretary Sims, to tall up U.duesduy or Thursday per cent.; on the eternal harmonies, and after a life the very midst of their enemies, many of was agreed to calling cent ;'on tho third cent., and all above ia) 0.Xt tals, and allow them to be under influences of the State Board of Agriculture, in hi9 A resolution 5 per as to the names of fourth $5,000.the chapter is x try lengthy, and which may cripple their bodies, or taint of usefulness on earth go to a life them dying with their teeth fixed on report for March, estimates the winter for Information 4 per cent persons cuiplojid by the lntror De--p adjournment left it in an unfinished condl their purity, or spoil their manners, or dexx heat area of Kansas at sixteen per ce t. of jov in Heaven, or whether across it the barrels of the wpapons that dealt rttnent in folding and distributing public stroy their souls. below that of the preceding xear The Into documents A joint res dutinn was submit- tion shall "jar eternal discords, and after a life them death. They seemed to act under '2. SKSATK.-S- ex eral FiLANKroiiT. April snow and cold xxeather hail a telling effect, ted for the appointment of a joint commlttie. on earth it shall go to a intelligent leadership, and charged and From the awkward cut of Samuel's coat of xvrong-doin- g were passed. The Hou-- e bill apand quite full reports clearly indicate that to consist of three Senator and ffe members, local bills to complete the tirancb you know his mother Hannah did not make home of impenetrable darkness and an retreated as if they were thoroughly or propriating at least foity per cent, of the soinghas to consider the subject of a celebration In Denitent ar) at Eddyxillc nnd providing foi it. Out from under flaming chandeliers, abyss of immeasurable plunge, is being ganized. Finally the dogs mustered in ona been killed This loss ill lc heaviest in IKS!, at Washington, of the tcntrnntal cents the a special tax or thiee and a half passed onUill of the formation of the Go nnd off from imported carpets, and down decided hv nursery song and Sabbath les place, and at the signal bark of their The piobnble x add is middle counties ft... ,r. mi.li said nmount was una eminent under the Constitution, estimuted at eighty percent by the Oox ernor- 'nlso of tho four hundredth nimlxcrsarx Vetoed Kcntuck) and Virg Incorptiruting thb the granite stairs, there has come a great son, and evening prayer, and walk, andI leader, broke through the line of firb that nm lUilroad Ohio discoxery of America tho crowd of children in this day, untrained, ride, and look, and frown and smile. Oh had been drawn about them, and made off of in Hall the Hopklnx ille Ilranc-- South-easttr1HC It xvent oxer The arm bill wns The Mexican Pension B II. saucy, incompetent for all practical duties hoxv many children in glory, crowding all for the rough side of a lofty mountain Incon'oratlng the Madison and road Mr. Plumb speaking In opposition. Hailroad tompuii). The rcusoa of life, ready to be caught in the first whirl the battlements, and lifting a million-voice- d that towered near by. A shower of balls Wmiim.ton. April A. The Mexican Pen- Mr. l'rye took the tlnnrtind injected a speech given is that tht) are exempli d from taxa Mr. tockrell followy question. on the sion Bill passed by the House hosanna, brought to God through pursued them, but the remnant of the and therefore not of crime and sensuality. Indolent and Ixigun suported the tion for u certain period, the provides for pensioning all surviving olli- ed aguinst At bill. P- -Mr th Senate went Into Inutconlxvlth the Constitution unfaithful mothers will make indolent and Christian parentage! m W measure. band was soon safe in new fastenesses.' vi The Thompson bid to deflne th eers. soldiers and sailors xho enh-tc- d an 1 cxcctitlxe session, and nt ', .tun m adjourntsl. unfaithful children. You can not expect One hundred and twenty clergymen 111 adjournment that law under which the Governor 1 author.zec neatness and order in any house where tho were together, and they were telling their Thirteen dogs were counted dead on tha served the xxar with Mexico for any Notice lMisglxen before was reported b) Mr field, while the assailants, one and all, to call out the period during the xears- IMS, '415. "47 anl tho Fltz John Porter bill xvould be culled up fhueklctt, frommilitia Committee on Military daughters see nothing but slatternliness the experience and their ancestry; and of the were bleeding from more or less deep 4 nndxxho weie Lonornblx discharged, Mondiix. April Is. it was discussed for a while, unfr and tirni Intro-duco-d you in their parents. 120 clergymen, how many of them, do HocsE Ullls and resolutions were und their surviving widows, at tht: rute of lurthcr gashes inflicted by the sharp fangs of tha to until the tull of States Among thee pending a motion b) tabic,roxeuuo consider! eight dollurs per month. the uiu. wiutr.- Let Hannah be idle, and most certainly suppose, assigned as the means of their ferocious canine-.- . tion was cut off wasono for the appointment of a joint comSamuel will grow up idle. conversion the influence of a Christian mittee to consider tho subject of nccntenilal xiusrcporUdandconsidentl until ndjournTo Demand Eight Hours. celebration at Washington in lsrfi, extending m ont OLD COTTON. Who are the industrious men in all our mother! One hundred out of the 120! posdelix erj the PiTTsiiuiou, Pa., April .. At a meeting tagefreeone und asi stem, reducing letter Who are Phillip thwldridge wns brought to God by Xtiscell.iiieons Items occupations and professions? half cent und postal cards to of the Cnbinet-mukei- s' Union last night, it to half a cent, resolutions on the fl heries Ui o 1'iiiTt HETT, a prorn.iiciit t it.zen of they managing the merchandise of the the Scripture lesson on the Dutch tiles of Two Ilnle Received In the Year 188S Recently Tut on the Market. The mother thinks was decided to demand a reduction in question, for t e appointment ol a comCorytlon. xvlnle arranging the bridle on his world, building the walls, tinning the ix ehininer massacre. Rock UIU (S. C.) Herald.) working hours on May 1, from ten to eight mittee toinxestlgfte theCsrrolltonState-1- . Mr horse slipped und fell, the animal became roofs, weaving the carpets, making the sho is only rocking a child, but at the same At the conclusion of the cull of hours. The men xxho do piece xvork xxiil Morrison reported amendments to certain frightened, and before Mr. Pritchett could laws, governing the nations, making the time she may be rocking the fate of naOn Tuesday last Mr. R, E. Guthrie, ad- - ' demand an increase of twenty per cent, iu rules. The Houo by a xoto or 1H to legain his feet the horso stepped ujion his earth to quake and heave and roar and tions, rocking the glories of Heaven. The ministrator of the estate of the late J. Harwages. ffi, passed the Mexican pension bill under a ugly-lookirattle with the tread ot gigantic enter- same maternal power that may lift the vey Williamson, of Bethesda township, Uv a similar motion abdomen and breast, inflicting several suspension of theruu wounds Mr. Pritchett was out on prises? Who are they? For the most part child up may press a child down. the Senate bill for tho relief of settler- - In Nesold two bales of. cotton on this market Mrs Cool'dge Sentenced to Pr;son. braska and Kansas wis pas.eil The following A daughter came to a wordly mother which was raised by slave labor on Mr. Mass, April o. In tho Supiemo bills were also passed under suspension or tho stieet again a day or two after, and they descended from industrious mothers, Boston. atter walKing several blocks he fainted and who, In the old homestead, used to spin and said she was anxious about her sins, Williamson's plantation in 1862, nearly a a public tho Criminal Court, this afternoon, Mrs. Era-m- a the rules: For Minn-- erection ofpurchase buildor au: for thy ing at Dulutb, xa carried to a store near by, xvhere med- their own yarn, and weave their own and she had been praying all night. The quarter of a century ago. On acpount of . A. Coolidge, xvho recently pleailtnl ground at Ft. Wayne Ind ; forthecrec. guilty to conspiracy to murder J oung Mrs. ditionof a Congressional libra rv building on ical attention was called, lie xius found to carpets, and plait their own doormats, and mother said: "Oh, stop praying? I don't the war there was no satisfactory market , Millon, was sentenced to t'xreo years in tha tion slto eastof the Capitol. $1,050,010; a Senate be in a dying condition from the effect of flag their own chairs and do their own believe in praying. Get over all these refor cotton, and of the crop raised that the Woman's Prison. bill for public building Pt San Antonio, Tex. his injuries. work. The stalwart men and the in- ligious notions and I will give you a dress year 3Ir. Williamson stored several bates Tue President has nominated Mrs. James-ett- a fluential women of this day, ninety-nin- e that will cost $500, and I you may wear it under his house until the times might imOur horse-car- s furnish fruitful matTo feci with and for others what II Dixson as postmistress at Harrods. out of a hundred ot them, came from an next week to that party." The daughter prove. After the war had ended, Mr. a glorious widening out and enriching ter for the obserxTinr mind. A lady burg illustrious ancestry of hard knuckles and took the dress, and she moved in the gay Williamson swapped three bales of the of one's life that is! How it increases got into one of the vehicles niontiom 1 Kvott has pardoned O. D homespun. circles, and the gayest of the gay, that cotton with the late D. B. 8. Blake fora-- ' Governor our joys because of tho pleasure that with a little girl about four years old, Brown, sentenced to the penitentiary for And who are these people in society, night; and, sure enough, all religious im- mule. The remainder was .retained. Afwe take in the joys of others! How it and said to the child after they were fourteen years by tho Woodford Circuit light as froth, blown every whither of pressions were gone, and she stopped terward Mr. Williamson brought samples , , renders selfish brooding over our own seated: "Will vou remember to say Court for killing George Freeman. Town temptation and fashion the peddlers of praying. A few months after she came to to Rock Mill, and Mr. D. C. Roddey, xvho xvoes impossible because of the sympaafter we pet home: 'I was regaled with marshal of Versailles, in June, l&Sd The filthy stories, the dancing-jack- s of political die. and in her closing moments said: was then in business here, offered him 33 thy we mnst give to tho sorrows of oth-er- e! a alight repast and given a souvenir of jury xvhich convicted Brown reached a parties, the scum of society, the tavern-loungin"Mother, I wish you would bring me that 3 cents per pound in gold for It, but myxisit?'" "Yes ma'am." anEWCied conclusion by casting lots on which Not generosity only, not The mother thought the offer was rejected and the cotthe the men dress that the little one, as she repea toil the words grounds it is said the pardon was grantod. of low wink and filthy chuckle, and it a very strange request, but she brought ton still, retained. only, nor courtesy, nor unAt that time " per oent., selfishness, nor keen perception, nor after her nun tor. Think of the little J. Cabell Bkeohinkidge, son ot the late brass breastpins, and rotten associait to please the dying child. "Now," said gold was at a premium of 50 equivalent1 quick understanding it is all these, "tot" giving utterance to such a speech General John C. Bieckinndge, has been tions? For the most part they the daughter, "mother, hang that dress on hence Mr. Roddey's offer was currency. and astonishing the household with hex nominated for Surveyor General of Wash- came from mothers idle and disgusting and more than thee. 2?. Y. Ledger. the foot of my bed," and the dress was to .V) cent per pound In ... . m precocity! Boston Budget. ington Territory of society, going from bung there, on the foot of the bed. Then Strangely enough, Mr. Williamson, in face " the scandal-monge- r There has lately been much newshas been established tt house to house, attending to everybody's the dying girl got up on one elbow and of this extraordinary price, determined to A post-offic- e r, Alexander G. Drake, a colored paper discussion as to whether wood Mortimer. Logan County, andM.T. Mo-ga- n business but their own, believing in witches, looked at her mother, and then pointed to hold the cotton, and his death last fall s ,.. of Louisville, is von successful appointed postmaster. work can be set on fire by steam-pipe- s. and ghosts, nnd horsshoes to keep the the dress and said: "Mother, that dress is found it still unsold Why he Kept itthe price of my soul!" Oh, what a momystery tuat lies burled in The possibility has been affirmed and in his temnerancework among the colthe long Is a Hon John Ilargis. father of Judge Tbcic devil out of the churn, and by a godless ., denied; but several indisputable hi- ored people of Kentucky. The pledge F. Ilargis. tliod at Mori-head- , aged eighty-eigh- t life setting their children on the verge of mentous thing it is to be a mother? grave with him. j before iron ties I. 'Again, and lastly, Hannah stands The cotton xvas packed days when tbert stances of tires originating 111 that way by which lie binds his convert., for three years. He hal been failing for months hell. The mothers of Samuel Johnson, in the have been ronortcd. and the oucstion month, a vear, or for lif" is very past, "und death xvas the Fesult cf and of Alfred the Great, aud of Isaac New-to- a, before yon the rewarded mother. For all came into use and be. had. Hickory withea to It reads--: "1 do sincerely old age nnd debility. Mr. Hargis xvasom may be regarded as settled. V. Y. effective. Augustine, and ot Richard the coats she made for Samuel, for all the was no roping and of St. ed Instean, ana tae otism.-- . u...wtogether. hope, if I drink beer or whisky until of the framers of the present Stato Consti -- :u bold the bales firmly Times. Cecil, and of President Edwards for the nravers she offeretl for him. for the dls- . g date named here, xvithout boinjr con- tution, and was afone time a prominent most part, were industrious, cipliae exerted oxvr him, she got abund- are jn a good state of preservation. A Los Angeles paper claims that sidered hick, that bad luck may be figure in the Stato Government. compensation in the piety and the The lint is as good "as when the crop aaee mothers. gathered in the three ,outhermno:t counties of this mine the remainder of my life, po'nelp Now, while congratulate all Christian . efolnessand -- the popularity-- of her son The cotton was bought An important meeting xvas held in New -., ,i5L. , ,.-- .1 -- j State aro destined to become the fut- me God." Drake was once a slae- "ul- - masis rrue in an ages. xxny for the Mays-vill- e mothers upon the wealth and the modem port, relative to right of nau". Roddey & Co at eight and ure great rural hotel country of the. JjOtiisviltc Courier-Journa- l. A remarkable Circam- pouud. may afford them all kinds of ' mother gets f,m pRy for all the prayers and Big Sandy railroad, from Ash- science-whic, . . ...w, .. , ret.. 4 gtance Is mat on .u. " ... United States, surpassing Florida. It me tn...Tkat. tb. ,sn?f ott Cincinnati, abont lW miles. Every-thin- r help, let ma say that every mother ought an iprnin in oenaii oc ner enuueen. iukk. land to x hicb certainly looks that way only tho nmniusetul in commercial life; that man was finally sold the pric was lower tt lessthan During last winter nc ' be observant of bar children's araiic is fnvornblo to the enterprise, ilM ' WM t9W t hotel boom will not be confined "to ... the one hundied children xero burned to j is by the Chespeako and Ohio system. oroLMioni that hlldrtn'a bahavior, ht childraa'i food K)ln.Bt . sln-Pd- delight to the various eomuiauders at the cflleiency of the works. Before leaving Arta he requested the. ollieers to inform their men that they wero destiiied to uphold the honor of Greece on the field of battle and would not return to their homes until that honor was satisfied Gu-a- t are being made to celebrate tho animemarv of Greek independence tomorrow The tnpof the War Minister and the expression Used bv biin are taken W llt.llcate a doiluiatioh of war Lomkj, Aphl fl. Mr. Bryce. Under Foreign BecremrV, vejdying to" a question in the IMis'o bf Commons this afternoon, said that Greece had hot accepted tho advice of the Poweri as to tho course sho should pursue in her trembles with Turkey. He also said that the Government had 110 information which would enable them to say that Gieeco would refrain from war. Co,sTvTiNori.E. April r It is lenrned from official sources tha the Power aro awaiting probable chance- - m the Greek Ministr before fiunl.j deciding to institute naval operations agaiflst Grew jroj-uratio- ATnES, April 5 The Minister rf War bhs reiuriied frohi a tdur of iuspWnibu of the frontier defenses he expressed his and depressed for common to medium Twolftn Discourse of the Series on Jugs and low leaf, with medium leaf steady "Tho Marriage Ring-.and the srnde above firm. Tobacco ot !Ubtauee whetl ill bound Older have- leen The Value of Good Mother In t Com- 'iu sellers favor, while wrapping and long hlunlty Tlie Stdf dt Hannah and th '.leaf hfts beeti irregularly higher, Child Samuel !!y XVaf 01 Illuntrn- We quote lSS,', tobacche ds fallows for ,. tloli The I'rlce of A SoaU full weights und sound packagei j cnahlniL- act Hoi'siu Mr. Gucnther . roe to a (jueMlon 1 STrash Common stnndinir with the Postmaster (. neral orthcjpieil inu ifife's Speakerln regard to his appoint nunt on tho llOOO IIL' Common d af . vonnniiiee on rost ouiccs ana i'O'i-iwSeveral committee reports were reC04ed. k'ieu oin eai OOd .eaf Consideration of the Mil to regulate the compensation and duties of I s Attorney. .elections urloy rewas Marshals nnd ( omnnlnnpr sumed. Penduiff notion the iixitiiltiir hoUt i'Focfcedldir oi expired Tlie 1'iM office apiri t mtioh bUJ discu-se- d was dpbato 'iIAnk WiiTMaroh tlnntiif the if bUI Were lMised. thrre Wag uti exiliange ot MiMUJm and Honk. of.Tcr VcrosidilW colnWl-tnentslHtfelo-Hu- d lups Uari and Jteaey. 3 00 0 3 3 4 4 UOV. Hurley. J3 4 C :5i ) 3 4 4 To 'iSt 00 i. 6(0 4 00 7.1 5 r.o$ 3 10 5 uiir. a no 60 : a& co VI '. ffct0 0Ti 7 W 6 2.V?t 7 M) 7 fift 0 2A fl Ut't2 25 In if.t)fi ik 11 00 A 5 IiV.fr 5 Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage's twelfth Sermon on "The Marriage Ring" takes up the subject of "Motherhood," the text being tho xvords: Moreover hts mother made him a little coat, and brought It to hint from year to year, xthefl tfhft csnie up with her huaband gdcririoe.-LSunlile- t, tlih Ieclslrfturr. Aife. uinonir them: nuiubet hofclhlK ihat there tieswel. ilii ll.nnel 1 ihn E,int. u rwiilatioRtho - nouS tlm-Aetn- Hs?tsiaKSr"s8-J&DTju.cinjui- (6hWsy.ithin bpAtfl It., 19 to otter the yearly Th'e stories of ifeborata and Abigail arf vcrya'p't disciTuraKo a. woman's soul. t' her cbiWren'sjfocki, her children's companionships- Snrevermuch help Hannah may have. I tfek she ought every year, at least, makepaa garment for Samuel. The Lord ha jiercy on a man who ig g0 unfortunate Stohave a lazy mother. 2. Agln Riah stands before you as an intelligent aether. From the xvay in which she talktd hf this chapter, and from the way sna niataged this boy, you know He was iatelllt There fire no persons In a comatun tjwho need to be so wiae and well Inform! as nlothers. Oh I this xvork tt culture in children for this world &l4e next. This child is ba roused up and timid, nd pushed oat inteictivity. This child is forwarotandhaBost be held back artd tamed down JnWaodesty and politeness. Rawardfl'fxTnej punishment for another. 'ukak George will ruin That why .frtHrf. frrtVffffmMiiArv In one case ., . .. fc4Tt 1 tat ?""! -- Sao Za mechanic why, every step he takes in Hf has an echo of gladness In the old heart that long aco taught him to be a Christian, and heroic and earnest. The story of what yon have done, or what you have written, or the Influence) you have exerted, has gone back to the old . fi homestead for there fs some one always ready to carry good tidings, and that story makes the needle in the old mother's1 tremulous hand fly quicker, and the flail in the father's hand comes down upon thw i9 barn floor with a more vigorous thump. t Parents love to hear good news from their children. Do you send them good newa always? Look ont for the young man who speaks of his father as "the Governor," "the 'Squire" or the "old chap." Look out for the youtlg woman who calls her maternal ancestor the "old woman." "Tha ey '1 I that mocketh ai his miner, and ret ueh to ciliAu til mrxthr thn TflTirtK of Jtri,mlrwfc3Si nfySOSSSSSmfSr Se-sa- tl ptti-tio- n prc-ent- ed ?'" 1 -- s dys-pect- ic tic - t paps-ejofj- f" ;.. fihl sub-mitte- rl Wl5lii-nTnJ.h,c- il Att ,i Ar'-oluti- xwiis-qler- t- 1 eln hr Osl-oii- - incor-iKiratiu- nt ir 11 1 Juris-ilictin- n v j inet je 1 tfriintbitl--J?-NJooUln- s- g mo-rtv4- 11 1 Iat Cotn-jMin- ns n-s- Si-vv- n lint-stigat- e e half-madden- ed in con-tinu- to-ilu- 5l g, I sub-mltti- sl n ... i2iJt to-da- jl, - upside-downativene- ss fire-plac- e. ng g, kind-heartedn- store-infestin- g, cost.-JoOO.- " m car-pent- 1 hard-workin- ad I x.j- - fjj7 one-iourw h 1 tL, u 1 .... 1 limits Bjuicatu. .. Ban Frantuco Alia. death in Georgia, I, .BtBVOtBBBVrit)SOnOaBKrt - .i,-r-.mmri aTJ- p3X Tlie Hickman Courier GEOBGE WAHBEN, Publisher. ; siiiatSSS,1 -- T. j mei ia .ardjin.vr nature .b WAjiP " al youn?ra7bZuirrcTc6ly t whd-x"- simple had HICKMAN. KENTDCK,;S-WAcol . . 5STX SS tSfCl uri. DIED OF EMBROIDER. ' The crape banes gloomily beside the door Where death had never entered In boforo: And in the darkened boue the mother lay, Who bade farewell to home and friends that Her ores were closed, her face was thin and white; Her voice was huhed, no more to say "Good ""A in'' t.." niect y hho h"",11 settled the age with the mvnl uetmd as '" ",.r:"""" that .... e ih;s Vnune Lieutenant la.rbaria.ns, many PUinrnn- taWL uninwts Wctert s a consequence CSic1 day; m us , r ". nljrhf To the falrch'ldren. weepinir down below, ho could not sleep, though pait their hour to CO, And still the oujfe-t- through her sobbingsaid: Come. Mamma, come, and take we Up to bod :" The father sat, his head bowed on his hand. This eudden blow he scarce could understand: The house was fair and beautiful within. Kach room displaced where tasteful hands bad been, And rich embroideries met ono everywhere On sofa, mantel and on easy ohiilr. And on tho floor, by patient niijrer wrought. Luxuriant rug, small means could not hare boujrht; Ench table napkin and each pillow sham ft splayed a finely band workod monopram; Thechildrens' dreises, from the eldestdowu. UHfK. whatever torture, color, blue or brown, Cicely never paid anv attention to bim Were all embroidered with del ices rare. And every stitch was laid with choicest care. on these occAsions. Tlie Lieutenant bad the field in the evening, nnd in the afternoons. How pleasant must it be. when one is dead. as she told mo at the tmle sha would To leave so many tokens liphtly spread his character to Robert in the Devils before the eyes of thoso wo leave behind. That In our labors they omc comfort And; Oven They held Ion" debates over the I does the grieving husband sitting tuere, Ah Lieutenant svharacter! she said, just if Apprcc ato these dmnty treasures rare? it were a pieve of antimie arnlor They Alas! he has in them too luto ospiod assigned it soiuetimi. to the fifteenth nnd Ti e instrument of her slow suicide: And now their sight dnves him almost insane. sometimes to til sixteenth century, again putting ltclear back So preat the loss anil lor such paltry gain: And sittin there t thinks how, by his sMe, and again finding some similar specimen Of c .Jluht after nlsht. she had her needle piled; military amenthe Highlanders, of Dundeelt-tiuu- v ho o intent had jrrown. jcspU these daily .n hcr WI IIo felt each dn Icrt inore nnd more nlone. revenges, Robcftlrtweu olf to his vaclft Ho aw enrh dav how pats and uan she grew across tho crimion bars on the river's woric xnat sue must io. nigus in very humor" ""v" " hc bWVea her slopto 'Mshd J uieatverysome friends of nis bad hired ADiaidb-CRobert and had cabin sloop to Toronto, and were making a That theoaibroldoric3 really must bo had. ao uc I think, s!" .J- ,f Purchased, all thoir means ivuroithingupper pone on.uu loner laue. Tho had for five twfTuldtaUe, nights, when Lieutenant Blankenbiirgh i he decorations she must surely make: PC when ho nsKod. "why need they such mourned for the third time in that period thlntrs wear'" the loss to the trvice in the death Genbhe turnod rtvuiv as though in mute despair. eral Canby in the lava beds, closingof the And on her face was pictured such d'tres. third time also by dilating uponfor Twould seem tho peril wore to life, not gallant officer's bravery When the that recital was finished I saw ebuihent sjmptoms m so to Anddre: her he gnve the matter o'er, him It w as no use Robert, and kicked And on sho labored weary as before: "It seems to me," he said in a xIdly critiHmbroid r to him the bane of life. Oocause itcla medtho whole soiilof his wife; cal tone of voice, as much as possible as the Ai'd now be s ts bes de his hearth, alone. baturtiay fterit would talk if it had a tongue Heap he- from what mistaken views had instead of type, "that m our era w e should grown; look for very different outward manifestaAmi this conviction ever will abide. tions of what is called bravery than in anv That or embroidery his joung w.fe died. past era. Don't yott think so. Miss Draperl'' had gone into her room, My Pes de him at tb oflicc. day by dav. a nor to b, a man upon tho same maUpav, which was just behind where we were sitting, and lighted the for "hose home cun not sucn fair adornins The light shone very gas to lookon a shawl clearly Cicely's boast. And i a, to him. life soems to bring tho most face, and I saw her broad, white forehead y an liiit tills the s.itil with contract in a frown. She did "not like the "ov. And lean of that hich o ittrilot annoy: notion, as I thought to myself, of Robert's doth U's,ch.ldren go to school in pla n breaking In upon her study of the LieutenAnd (rainlnjr knowledge seems theattire. de- ant's character. Beside, being a clever r great sire. girl, of course she knew that something un'he Jov ng mother has a thoueht that they pleasant was coming "I think ou are le inu a M'y a lornod onch pasing day. And tr its to leaca mem, w.tu unceasing talking a little over our heads," she answered, "but perhaps you can brinir votir- care. To think of what they are, uot what thoy self down to our plane of thought. Do vou wear: think he can. Lieutenant!" And after all her dallv dut es done. "If he can show me how braverv is any She gives hcv-elto glartden evcrv ono: different now from what it was a hundred Her happy face adorns tboirpla n good lawyer,'' More than tie daintcst work byabodo be- - years ago he is apretn believe you areud hand the gallant warrior. "I a By guarding health and temper, brains and lawver. ain't you, Mr Martin ?" 410. 1 mean' Robert blurted out, "that e e, we leave rows nnd rumpuses and riots to She makes her home a bleso,l paradise rotn which her chlMn shall at length go policemen and that sort of people nowadays. "We pay taxes for them to fight for With wisdomitbA shall beautify tho earth. us. I don't lay claim to tho slightest deMarp IV.Qicafon.in Good llowehaping. gree of physical courage myself, does any sensible man I knon of If I as foolish enough to get into a tight I hope 1 should be sensible enough to run awa by 3IY NIECE CICELY. the time it got fairly started People see that a man's body is merely a case full of valuable A Girl Not to be "Thrown at Any think bim worseand pensunble coods. and than a fool to go out and get it stove in and smashed up in any u ay, Man's Head." f and thus let its contents lie lost to the world. Now, what I call true courage ii thi-- , I have a little tailor at home who 1 go to a light opera sometimes to sit makes my clothes. He used to have a shop - among the ghosts. They aro the ghosts of on Thirteenth street. This spring he looked those that tnng and thoso that heard, and the thing over, toot in all the points for of v hat was sung and w bat v. as heard when and against his grand strategy , and put I did not go to sit among the ghosts. The even, cent he had into the rent and stock of abigshop on Chestnut street greatest ghost of all is good Sieur 'lie caanceu me savings ot a lifetime whose gay spirit ruled the boards wheti be signed that lease, and I was m his in mv old times of mirth. That is a long shop when the lawyer's clerk brought it down, and I saw his hand tremble w lien be time ago $courage " But that is beside the question. I stopped did sign it. That was true come If a Canadian bomb had screaming the foot of the inanity 6teps "at across from ono q. MMnrtel In towns in night, for I saw the fact of a man I knew Kingston Bay. andtpraKped on the coming to me through the crond on tho parapet at Hai kett's Harbor duriug guard sidewalk. It w as? Kobort ilartm. His el- mount. Lieutenant Blaakenburgb would bows were stuck out somewhat. He wore not have be5n more surprised What be a short English toicont and be plunged thought, however, of being classed with subordinated in courage to along at that knock-kiielope which is Iolicemen and now thought generally necessary to the tailors, we never knew. The last whistle Cape Vincent bliv at that tocial salvation of, young men. He plunged of the boat formaking harried adieux to moment, and, past mo with half a and I was about everybody but Robert, he rushed for the to enter the theater when he stopped sudlater we him denly, turned ami came back and touched stairway, and a momentbetween saw dock space the me on the shoulder "O, I say, old man," leap across the where the ana the steamer had be said, "is that true that your niece just been drawn in. that Miss Draper. 1 mean is engaged 1" My niece Cicely rose when the Lieutenant There was a little flush on the young man's cheeks and his stammer was not lys had left, and swept grandly away, her usual fashionable stammer I smiled and splendid shoulders thrown "majestically said: "Xo, Robert, she is not dead, and back and the tail of her long white gow n she is not wed, nor likely to be, and per- sweeping the floor with aa angry rustle like the tram of an outraged queen She haps you remember the rest of tho line " It was a delicate matter and I did not vouchsafed no more attention to Robert know exactly bow to go further, for I did than had the officer. You have done very nicely, young not want ift appear as an ambassador from my niece Cicely, even if I had been one, man," I said in what I pnde mylf on as , which I was not. Finally I concluded mv my most satirical tone, after the young "You preach a broken sentence by saying as kindly as "I woman had gone could, without dropping at the Mine time sermon on the pacific tendencies of tho ago, a conventional tone. "I would straighten and in doing so you insult an army olJWr in the presence of a lady, and "descend that, matter out, Robert, if I were you." Robert bad completely regained his form prettv nearly to personal abuse in doing while I had been talking, "Ah, that's very 60. Yes, you have actediswith that philoso- the most chaste kind, old man. very kind," ho said, in the E hie consistency which (tame tone as if he had been acknowledging it of virtu in tho mental fumituroof a the, surrender of the last cab to be bad on a gentleman of the nineteenth century." wet night. "I jnst wanted to know, you I thought that this was a pretty good know member of your family anything speech. 1 think so now, or else I would not about you, you know, matter of Interest. bo able to remember it. Good night." "I don't care." snarled my young friend. He buttoned up his coat, switched bis "I wish he would take some notice of it in cane, and. giving me another half nod, was the way he'd like to, and I'd show him how off again. "You unmannerly young far mv principles agree with my practice brute," I said to myelf, and then I smiled Good heavens, man, is some Western quite compassionately, I think. For w by whom a. ranchero Comrressman lma should not a man have the same credit for and corraled at West Point, going buttoning up a gaping wound with a pair to come into the society of gentlemen and Of terra cotta gloves under an Eughsa toputterly thwart an attempts at rational coat as a Spartan boy who covers the foi conversation with his brags and his lies gnawing nt his vitals under bis Lacedae- about Indian killing? Kot while I am monian cloak! It is simplv a question of about," "Rancheros do not lasso cowboys," I said times manners, costumes. 1 knew that the wound under Robert's topcoat was wide gravely. "Nor do I think that Blanken-burgand deep, and inflicted in a manner that is from the " esi and if yon knew makes us believe either in the malevolence my niece Cicely as well as I do you would or tho stupidity of f ate. I knew, too, that let her have her way and be content with the smart of it, revived by the story about your afternoon innings. You have been my niece Cicely, had seut him after me to verv foolish." my club and thence after mo to the theater. Robert looked a little alarmed and then His ideas of "form" and' the necessity of grew peevish. "Well," he said, "I don't see why she bad mndo him try on mo that shallow ruse of a chance encounter must take up her time with an ass like and nuory. that." It is a" little strange to me that Cicely "I don't see," I answered alittlo stiffly, . should havo made the mistake about Rob- "what reason there is for Miss Draper's ert that she did, for they used to play to- being called upon to aocount to you for gether in Rlttenhouse square when they any portion of uer time." were forty inches high, and once, having I was a little sorrv next dav for tho snub strayed outride the railings and into the territory of the Boeotians, beyond the I had given Robert, for a man in love is steru end of Delancoy place, Robert like a man in liquor after a certain stage gave battle to the barbarians for her sweet yon must pass over every thing ho does. I sake, and brought her Kafelv ntF with n. was particularly: sorrKafneni saw nuwu. Woody-nose stroke alons to ms own account. Doubtless pulling a they had loners' quarrels then und kissed in his wherry for the yacht at the same and were friends without being chid. I do hour In the nfternnon at which ho used not wonder that Robert has that feeling generally to set out on a leisurely pull np fpr my niece that makes the gentlest river, toward theiDevil's Oven, whila mv wound from her harder to bear and slower nieco was dabbling her hand in the water to heal than the savagest stab from other iromioe stern oi one of tho hotel skills. bands. There is all that old childish rela- But the Lieutenaatdid not come down that tion, and besides it is rather the fashion evening. I afterwards heard that he took involuntarily forall the young men I know means of obliterating the remembrance of to be, or to have been, or to be about to be, uiMusuuwuuB nejreacbed tho garrison, desiring introduction, in love with my which incapacitated him for duty for a day nioce. A man does not generally like his or two, and so when I saw Robert radiantly relatives, but I am very fond of Ciceley. I hand my niece intoarowboat after tea am told that she it, a very impressive that eveningl concluded that his period of woman, and part of her charm lies in the penance was over and all was on its old fact that she is a sort of a bugaboo to footing. ' young men, with whose foolishness she has no patience. Patience she has none for It was two hours later, namely, at 9:00 me, and says that I am a trivial old child o'clock, that I was stnoking in front of the when I laugh at her now fads and notions t billiard room, whta I saw Robert and my about music art. nhilosonhv and what nnt. niece go up the board wrnlt- - and ascend tho for nil book theories seem very absurd to steps of the hoteL They wore walking me, who find all my knowledge of men iu rapidly, and I sawi that both were silent streets and bouses, and to whom art mat- and distrait. As tiev passed Robert made ters art. matters of amusement and not tho an imperious sign for mo to stay where I pfcine forto and dure that people make of was, and I abandoned the intention, which them nowadays with their struggles to he thus anticipated, of following them up comprehend all the various "maters." I stairs. Two minute, later ho ran down the do not know whether or not Robert took a steps, seized me bythe arm and hurried real interest in the things that interested mo toward the wharf. To mv expostulation her that summer six years ago at Alexan- he only said "come" under his breath, in a dria Bay. He may have done so, for Tie manner of suppressed excitement that I was but twenty-fiv- e and had not got set- had only seen in one man before, and he tled to business yet. Still, I rather think was an unfortunate friend of mine who that when ho rowed from the Thousand was on his way with-m- e and a doctor in u Island House wharf every afternoon up in- cab to Kirkbnde's. to the Devil's Oven with her, and sat and I saw his hands tremble as be fumbled at talked for hours about Spencer .and Mill the T1" secured nnd Chopin and Ruskin, it was rather for skiff which he and ay to the wharf left. niece bad just the sake of the deep-set- , dark eyes of the After thirty seconds of vain effort to untie SiKyl in that curious cave and the 'waves it, he drew his knife The of blown hair that curled down over her fisherman who was with ain curso. boat, the standinz dark forohead than for any wisdom that steadying it and lookinc curiously in his might proceed from vny niece Cicely's faro during his struggle pretty mouth, that turns down so delicate- started back it tin? with the painter, young ly at the corners like the old simile of a mat. observed the start,action. The loudly. and laughed Cupid's bow. There was a small garrison at Sackctt's Icouldbeealltheloancersin the lighted doorof tho billiard won? turn their Beads harbor thM- - I do not think there is now, and as just around the corner, as ."yo,uneedQ't be afraid of me, O'Niel," one may fay, of the river and the lake, he said, in a rasping voice 'I'm harmless, which meet at Cape Vincent, the officers quite, Get in, DrapW" were foroTerTunning down uthelbnv''to I bad no particuWifanev for trusting, Methelr frind among tb summer' myself in of the St Lnrrwi Trftk a fnSipUTe aaala, but , hi-s-e afternoon at relax Mr miud thai l,v vmteC ueuienaui. a stones about the rftfa Major, the tremen, ott, vtrateg of General Crook at the afTu.r f IAH1 Hore Canou and the real reasons, plagiarized Lieutenant Blnnkeuburgh VCaptain Molnrte, formerh- of the vTal why are Big Horn thd jtevening, in one i seances took plcd at corner of tb verandi, while the lwn.1 craved ourwaUJes on the ballroom floor beneath, oi Hart and Titusville acrwi "hethe "g3 channel threw crinibon flreUponrtnbont water the dark l)nng them toy t would descant in my drowsinir eirs upon tho deterioration of the since the in the year 1555. vmf""ni rh,6 jounj Blankenburg would apprcpnate all the Mperieiws of bu arm of the w?nico in order trt keep fcu gtream of anecdotes strictly personal for my niece's beiietit, nnd Robert Martin would glower in tho K. 2 """ ,SI "tterT and noth- - tendencies of .Iter J & l tairdrr ster-iu-la- a"led ana-lya- o iutoroid-niediaivAht,i- ?, -- bric-a-bra- subtle intuitidu told me that it was either that or a scene, and I thought at tho same tmle that with a crazy cunning ho had calculated on irty intuition for having hla way. I obeyed. I saw the stout white ftsli blades of the Oars bend 'ihe whalebone as he todk the first savage stroke whed our lotf was pointed outward Six of the strokes carried us fairly into where we rested in tho nlidt of tho broad pathway of light thrown from the lamp of the little red topped lighthouse on the reef U Was the sound of voices of men meting that arrested Robert's oars. The music floated across the water from a sailboat, whose canvas I could dimly make out some distance dow n stream Robert dropped his right oar. doubled his fist and shook it despairingly at the indistinct whiteness. And then dropped bis head hi his hands and stared blailkh at nie 'Mr Draper." be said, at last He spoke in a voice from which his late fun' had 1 thought it gone utterly curious that he should have put the handle to mv name, which he was proud of having dropped some years before, and then 1 recognized a pathetic hkeiie-- both m the tone and man ner of his address, to that of tt child m what it considers great trouble "I haven mother and two sifters at home, as j ou know, and if I hadn't I shouldn't have brought you out here. I should havo ooiue out alone, and I shouldn't havo gone back " All mv sympathy vanished at this. "A threat of this1 kind is, perhaps, the most onteniptiblg uttenune that a man can make, Robert," I said "If jou wish to carrv it out I shan't deter you jump right overboard " I was caught w ith a cough at that moment, and, remembering my extreme susceptibility to cold, I grew very angry "If jou've simply brought mo out here," I said, "to pour out a lot of slop about my niece. Cicely, having refused you, you can row me right back to shore, and then you can go hang or drown or whatever you want The family has escaped. I must ?ay, a irtost disagreeable addition in the shape of a very deadly ass." kI)on't," he said, with a gesture ot hopeless deprecation, "that would be nothing to this. I never knew what a man's honor wasj but now I've lost ft I do know now " mid-chaune- l. s, WITH FACTS, The niKnltle.l Senator from on II., B.ok b, th. EnerBetlc CrnSl-mini ffonl Krntiirkr. .Senator Edmunds has never appeared io more dlsadtantagc since the organi zation of the cnisado aganiht the Administration than ho did in hit, little bout with Senator Beck of Kentucky. Beck has tho habit of calling a pade a spado, and in a scrimmage his favorite weapon is tho club. He ha ery little respect for rvnatonnl tradition, of which tho 'iriu'H ruoilnttm statesman Is tho elf onshtiited guardian, and none at all for the absurd notions of Senatorial dignitv and it)iis,.,,u.nc' with which that eminent person is so tremendously inflated. The stalwart Kvnuickiaii laid about him right and lft wjtli His spoiK-monger.-.' HE i DEALT NO SLIPSHOD Doe Not Helteve In METHODS. -- "" - Pet-mo- sister-in-la- I f to-da- v Offen-back'- s, - la-.- t dn tl i. gang-plan- k cow-bo- v. I h "In the midst of all the excitement your niece coolly backed that skiff up to the sailboat and waited for mo to get in." Robert broke off in his narrativo here. He wrung bis bands like a woman and choked in his throat-- "See here," ho said, almost sobbmglv, "it's your nlwe you know, aud all that, but bv gad, I don't think don't think that over man felt quite for a woman as I did when I made that jump. If it bad been a roval mail steamer I was jumping for I'd havo done the soma My God. what it w as to see her so frightened' nd then." he continued, "when she came around so quick and backed that skiff up and didn t taint or tremble at all, as most wonvn would when the danger was over, I Ml so proud of her, and felt so proud that that quick thought of mine had saved her Excuse me, but I felt as if she were mine. 'She spoke first when I got into the boat," continued Robert. "Her voice startled me. It was very cold and yet it was a little forlorn. You had better take the oars and row me home, Mr. Martin.' sho said "Sho took the stern and I began to pull for the hotel, not speaking, for I did not understand her manner. All at once it struck mo that, perhaps, the close shave to what sho might think was death, might havo set her to thinking about a lot of things that they preach about, and I tried to rally her " 'Come,' I said, 'it wasn't a I don't bolievoit would have sunk n?, anyhow.' I spoko in a jesting tone. The look sho gave me struck me dumb. 1 pulled ahead Just here in mid channel the knowledge of what she thought hit me all at once. I dropped the oars. "I ripped out an oath. I couldn't help it. Thenlchecked myself and said: 'I beg pardon, it was verv rude " 'Rude !' she flashed back at me. 'Rude !' Then her voice grew forlorn again, and sho smiled sadly as she said , 'That is a very philosophic term for it. Mr Martin.' Robert dropped his bead on his hands again, and when he raised it hi voice bad that sharpest pathos of utter defeat. "You see." he said, "how completely at cross purposes wo were. She was so full of that one idea that she hadn't oven heard me swear. I shut my mouth then and somehow pulled to the dock. I didn't know wo were there till tho boat jammed against it. "Mr Draper," said Robert, solemnly, "the worst of it is that your nieco cried and gave me her hand at the door, and sho said, I'm glad you said what you did about bravery last night It shows me that vou only acted on your convictions about about such matters.1 " I ill not say what thought crossed my mmd. "Go on 'stop this infernal beating about the bush !" The sound of tho singing came moro plainly over tho water and Robert raised bis head and looked hatred nt the white sail frorri behind which it came "That t cursed load ot cads and waiters mo more than lifo." he said Listen'" "Wo pulled up to Warner's tonight and heard the sunset gun," ho said, heavilv. "When it went off j our niece asked mo if I wasnei opposed to sunset runs any way, as being warlike, you know, and we got thrashed overall the old straw that was chopped last night She's vry fond of arguments, your nieco," said Robert, with a melancholy break in bis voice that was as near a sob as a laugh "She took tho oars and I sat in tbo stern and we driftod down between Friendly and Titusvilie. The talk stopped, and I wawatcbiug after it grow dusk, the figures of those New York fellow son Friendly, about their camp-tir- e in front of their tent on the bluff, you know Silhouettes aro awfully fetching against the canvas, with tbo firo between. I heard a little gasp and oars splashed in the water. I looked at your niece I thought she was dying so many women have these heart troubles, you know. She swayed back in her seat, and grasped the gunwale I never saw such a 6taring black as her eves, nor such a dead white as the face She tried to spoak once Then she gasped out. 'Behind behind look " "One of those fellows on tho bluff gave a whoop at the same minute I wouldn't have known what was up, but 1 heard a soft slapping noise behind me and tho creak of a boom. I rose and turned like a flash there they were just on us, that wall of canvass right above my head Your nieco pointed to tbo oar- - she could not speak there w as no time for that. I doubled back and spraujr for their halI must have looktnl over mv yards shoulder whilo I was still in tho nir, "l think, for my first consciousness when I slid down tbo rope aud tumbled on their deck was that tho boat was uafc, earned out of harm's way bv tho force of mv a little shriek whon I jump. She jumped; that was what made mo look. I suppose "The fellows on tho bluff cheered, and ono of them jumped up and down ami banged on a kettle Then thoso brutes began to apologize. They were excursionist who had hired those niggers out to sing for them, and they were beating to windward; that's why we didn't hear them sooner. w has-cos- 'For mercy s mpan'' I cried sake, man, uuat do you bludgeon, knocking Senatorial uVnity and Senatorial tradition into exploding the gauzy fiction of Senatorial neereex, and tilling the proud .senatorial soul of the Vermont oraclo wijth.profoiind disgust. Senator Beck showed, by a plain statement of facts, the utter humbug and hypocrisy of the pret-ns- in nul forward by Senator Edmunds and his colleagues in support of their demand for the papers bo Duskin case He declared that Duskin was notoriously au unfjt nan for the office from which be had been suspended b tho I'reiidetit, and illilt the fact of his unfitness was known td no person better than to Senator Edn mund himself; that had been rejected bv the Senate when originally nominated in March 188 1, an3 that when again nominated hi October of the arti- j ear Senator KdniUuds, as chairman of the Judiciary Committee, had refused to report his rlauie back for confirmation: that he had been nominated in all three times, and that there were paper, now in the hands of the Judiciary Commit ten which abundanth Duskin's dismissal smith-cnteni. Du-ki-ju-tih- ed DUturbln; Land Title Already Acknowledged. Cleveland has given Congress two specimens Cf his ability in a field in which he distinguished hint self particularly as mayor and Governor. His first two vetoes havo been transmitted to Congress, and give evidence of the unwearying industry arid painstaking care he bestows upon everj subject thpt falls within the lino of his duty. He explains, in a clear, exhaustive manner hU objections to the bill to quiet settlers" titles on certain lauds in Iowa, taking the position that the Government can riot litigate private rights add that tho lands in question were remitted by tho Goernniciit to the State of Iowa, and could uot, therefore, be regarded as a portion of the public" domain. The point at issue was fully settled years ago, and to reopen it now would odly lead to eudlesn strife and exhaustive law uit. in which I ho Government Should not be made a party. The bill sought to destroy vested fights arid to1 disturb interest which have long since become fixed The President say that it would be" better to compensate the parties incurring losses caused by an invitation on the part of the Government to sottlo upon lands apparently public, than to attempt a disturbance of titles already fre-ide- at Ae said, joldiagher arms and looking Uovr Little Lnmbs Are MffftMed byfhetr "a really too much trouble to con- "e'8 as deaf ns a Postt nnd .W""? S3 Sliorn Mot tiers. hka had a muRh. BeJames Hogg, the shepherd poet, has talks tbo ay he mouthful of roils is dissides, hawks and Don't break the engagement related many interesting incidents' in gustingtell him to take Dr. Sage's hia pperienco. Among these is th. t for tbtf "fS"'I'llIt will cure him comttlote-lthe sheep's sense of hearing is so acute a.?$i for tell him. I do faato to ia all other respects he's that she can distinguish the cry of l.er b'reak'too, quite (off charming." OX course, it cured all bis catarrh, own lamb among a thousand Others bleating at the same time; and the lamb is not society Ls able to recognize its mother's voice, to Itreturn considered necessary in Chicago h coll. even though it be ill tho midst of a largo Tribune. dft-fia- S'HEEP STORIES. Yejj' .''j11 hreak tho engagement," kl OH! MY BACK Exrj trln or sac i J- a- Ca-tar- rft v' in on whs US M nunj cold prwM - ttati tht wtk bc j "' I "Z CX m AsA0-- . vTn1 acknowledged. lie against interfering sw 'I man-of-wa- r. -- te had listened shiveringly to Robert's wandering and broken tale, being more with the fact that we bad drifted a good mile down the chilly stream it is always cold on the St. Lawrence at nights than with the thread of tho narrative, but as he finished the narrative tho thought flashed on mo, as it had on him, that my niece, Cicely, having put together his words of the night before and bis nction in tho boat, had concluded that he had jumped to save himself. "My poor boy," I said, and groaned. He would not harken to my trying to sot tho matter right, but cut short his yachting and went home tho next day Long ago, on my own responsibility, I told my niece of what an error she had made I think that is one reason whv she remains unmarried. As for him, as"! said, the wound is deep and wide yet. for all tho six years of healing. I would like to see the matter arranged, but I went as far as I could when I told him that he'd better straighten it out, for I am not going to throw my niece Cicely at any man's head PhiladetphUi Press. coa-cern- "Good heavens !" It was I that spoke. I Take some beef and mince it very fine; then boil and mash some white potatoes and add them to the meat, making the mixture h meat and potatoes. Now add a couple of spnirs of pander, minced fine, mix all well togothrr and bind it with the beaten yelk of an egjr Form the mixture into cakes about as big round as a teacup, dredge them with flour, and fry until nicely brownt'd When dono in hot servo garnished with fried parsle. Toledo Blade Best wav to prepare clothes for wasliing easily is to put a pailful of warm, soft water into your tub, set in your washboard and soap clothes, ono garment at a time, all over, giving extra soaping to extra, dirty places; roll up each piece as fast as soaped, like damp clothing for tho ironing, aud put into the warm water behind your board; let lie an hour, if dono on washing-day morning, otherwise do it the tlie eveninir before. Saves Beef rare-cooke- d, Cakes: cold roat three-fourt- hs ono-fourt- beef-drippin- from the public service Senator Edmunds winced under this exposure of disagreeable facts, and made several unsuccessful attempts to choko off Sen itor Beckon the plea that he was violating the rules by betraying the "secrets" of the executive session. A pretty plea, indeed, to come trom tho man who has contended, in fine set phrase, that "there is no room for ocereey in the operations of a free Hut it had no ellect lioernment: upon the Kentuckian, who proceeded to demonstrate the absurdity of tho theory of Senatorial secrecy by showA WEAK NAVAL POWER. ing that nil the facts as to tho action of Tbe 'Work to Ho Accomplished by tlie the Senate upon tho Duskin case in Present Democratic Congro. session had been published in The House Committee on Xnval the newspapers of the country at tho time of itn occurrence. He concluded Affairs strongly approve and support his onslaught upon tho Edmunds tho late very patriotic letter of Mr. n cabal with the remark that Tilden on tho subject of tho noeessity power would not do justice to much of the h poensy that io now pre- for the improvement of our coast desented to the Senate in the pretenses of fenses. Mr. Tilden declared that onr a desire to establish public justice." coast towns were absolutely without Subsequently in "secret session" the defenses against a naval enemy, and Snator moved that all the proceedings that a thin! or fourth class naval power of the Senate (relative to the Duskin Could, in tho event of war, hold this appointment) in March, 181, October, country entirely within its power, or lSl and December, 1SS1, all papers destroy millions of dollars of property before the Judiciary Committee, and without our being able to prevent it or all the proceedings of that committee to do any thing but look on. be made public. The House Committee agree thorg In the meantime it would be oughly with this view of tho matter to know what Senator Edmunds and particularize and point out just reallv and honestly supposes tho coun- what minor power could step in, the American navi, inflict incaltry thinks of his performances regarding the Duskin matter, in the light of culable damage on our shipping and Senator Beck's astonishing revelations cast disgrace upon the Nation. TheBra7iIian armed cruisers could on the subject- - Chicago Times. run from Brazil to New York, pass its fort-- , or, if necetsary. lie off Coney Jay Gould's Man. Island, far from the reach of any of The suggestion has been made, ten- our guns, and la the metropolis in tatively yet seriously, that Judgo Stan- ashes The little Republic of Chili, the populey Matthews of tho United States Su- with loss than preme Court should bo invited or as- lation of tho United States, has no less any ono of which than signed to bit with the circuit judjre be- conltl three vessels reduce to ashes San bombard nnd fore whom the (fovernment ouit Franciuco or New York, and yet keep against the Bell Telephone Company is out of range of our guns. to be tried This m in several respects There W no secuntv here as long as a remarkable, and astounding proposi- this condition of affairs prevails. Wo tion. are simply trusting that no trouble will Why should Stanley Matthews be ever arise with any other country, a selected for any such special service? Utopian trust that history should have What are hi antecedents? He bears cured us of. We are constant" threatimprinted on hi- forehead tho ened with National disgrace; indeed, brand of hem" Jay Gould's man. our present relations with foreign powSo notorious anl offensive was tho in- ers is more or less affected bv our defluence by which his nomination was fenseless condition. In our diplomatic originally procured that a Republican relations with them there is alw;jfc-- a Senate refused to confirm it. It has lack of confidence, a fear of bringing never been disputed that his ultimate about trouble, and these smaller powelevation to the bench was the equiv- ers have discovered our diplomatic timalent for Mr. Gould's very liberal con- idity, appreciate the fact that this countribution to the Republican campaign try is for a naval war, offund. So much indignation did the fensive or defensive, and are saucy and fulfilment of the bargain provoke that impertinent in consequence. Mr. Matthews himself deemed it adThe Naval Committee wisely advise visable to publish a statement denying that work be begun at once on our he would be tlie pliant tool oi coast defenses. It will render this Gould or Gould's corporations. Could country more independent and confiany thing be more humiliating than dent arid restore its prestigo and politthe consciousness that such a denial ical influence abroad. A. 0. wa.s necessary, except the implication ii conveyed in the proposal that he should An Unpopular Body. now assist at the trial of the Bell Mr. Gould and Western patents? Outside of tho Republican majority Union aro behind tho Belr monopoly they shamelessly essay to enforce in the Seuate no one saw sense or reaand their lien upon Stanley Matthews if son in tho claim to ascertain the causes they can do so. The project is mon- of suspension. From tho first tho strous in its unblushing audacity. JV. people took the common-sens- e view Y. Graphic. that the President, intrusted with the 9 administration of the Government, "What Did Mary Say?" should have full control of his suborTho discovery that there were no dinate officials, and should bo able in papers filed in the Duskin case during his discretion and in the interest of efto remove them the period covered by tho Senate reso- fective administration at pleasure. The position taken by lution calling for such papers recalls a Mr. Edmunds has all along seemed to illogical, legal "chestnut." which is old enough them strained, to bo resurrected. It was in Judge unpractical and unconstitutional. Shaw's court in Boston. A witness on Now, they have seen the figment of the stand was asked: "What did Mary a principle," for tho sake of which Resay?" The question was objected to publican Senators were willing to make and the objection argued for four long war on the President, disappear like a hours. Counsel on tlie other side took b at tho mere mention of that four hours more in support of his right other figment known neither to the to ask the question. Then tho object- constitution nor the laws the "couring counsel took two hours to close. tesy of the Senate." They havo seen Tho judge, in a learned opinion of one the public business paralyzed and hour's length for the preparation" of blocked by a debate which its promotwhich he adjourned the court an entire ers have covered with a taint of day decided that the question was a nnd bad faith. And in considerproper one, and that the witness might ation of the Senate's easy neglect of answer it. The witness did answer it, the public interests and its readiness to as follows: "Mary did not say any enter on partisan projects, it is not to thing." Detroit Free Prcsv. be wondered at that their feeling toit should be one of distrust Congressman Henderson's at- ward Senate is not a popular body, The tack upon the Southern members of either in its formation or its constituCongress for their course in regard to tion. It has not in later years grown pension bills was not justificdby tho remarkably into confidence. But facts. Many Northern votes are given this last episode public is likely to attract atfor pension bills, not because they are tention to its peculiar methods. Indicajust and reasonable, but for the purpo tions aro notwanting that reform might of securinjr tho soldiers' vntve U be useful within its sacred and secret not uncommon for a Northern member Mr. Edmunds' keen and to say in private company that the pen- conclaves. If vision has not been microscopic sion business has been overdone, but into dullness with its recent he may always bo depended upon to wearied might find scope for minute strain he roto for the next extension Boston inspection nearer home. Washington Herald. Posi. Senator Edmunds' speech will Does Not Approve. not add to his reputation as a groat oi. Mitional lawyer or as a broad-min- .. There have been rumors current d and enlightened statesman. about Washington that Mr. Blaino was Ilis premises arc lalse, his reasoning using his influence to defeat tho purillogical and his conclusions utterly inadmissible. The speech contains, pose of the Republican caucus and either in words or bv implication, gross cripple Edmunds in the fight with the misstatements of the precedents and President. These reports are founded violent perversions of historical facts, upon the paragraphs in Blaine's book and these arc the shaky foundations which were read by Mr. Kenna tho upon which the whole flimsy structure other day. and upon tho statements mado here by Joseph Manley, formerly is bnilded. Chicago Times. land-grabbers Congi'es matters with which should bo left to judicial cognizance, and he expresses himself as to concur in legislation which touches too closely upon judicial dow-e- r. Trt this he gives a proof of his attachment to constitutional principles, and reminds Congress that no measures of legislation, however popular they may be in their ap-- f titration in certain cases, will rcccivo avor at his bands. There has been a good deal of this legislation going on for some time past, especially in regard to land titles. It was by such means that the most notorious schemes of were carried through nnd honest settlers disturbed in their rights and deprived of their homes President Cleveland's vetoes will bo an intimation ) to Congress that overy bill will be subjected to careful scrutiny and examination by tb Executive, and that the slipshod methods hitherto in voguo havo no place under the present Administration. Albany Argus. waru-s uil-willi- flock. In relation to the mystification of the Iambs over their dams after the latter had been slioni, ho s'ays while tho ehoep wert being shorn, the lambs would bo and tbo put into a fold by forzner be sent to join their liltlo ones as soon as the Operation of shearing was over. The mottent a lainb heard n its mother's voice it would front the crowd to meet her. Instead of mamma," finding the "rough, d which it had left a sliort time before, it would meet a strange and mot deplor able creature. At the sight of this it would wheel about, uttering a most piteous cry of despair. Soon, however, the sheep s voice was heard again1; the lamb would thereupon return, then oneo more bound away, and sometimes repeat this conduct for ten or a dozen times before it fully understood that tho shorn owe was in reality its mother. Farm, Field and Stoeknian. i them-elves, ha-tcwell-cla, If winter storm like a child with a tvulcoldl ft MnwL it. vnrrara fit lifrttv ita Car it T?ith Taylor's Cherokee nose). netneujr ui oweet uum ana Jtuuein. Walter A Taylor, Proprietor, Atlanta, Ga. IvTrr cago Ttltgram. , A Winter Storm. I tai ai Ite a -row a general than to in- thing, far easier to raise a mustache. Chi- Tut test congh medicine is Piso's Cure for Consumption. Bold evervwbere. :25c Huston TrsvtUtr. Mrengthft the) jUiisclef Meadie the rrre. GItc New Vigor. Enriches the HIoJ Mr A. PiujBCTT.CTrrela-M.Qhi.fJV"Itmublnd with temble pains in tOjnfX and I could mxnr dlDTrit remedies I not stoop trmr bottles of BrowC"1 Iron Bitter without relief. entire! cured me Mb Daxiix norjors. J7V Seventh SI. Loui-bl- ed and Ittd. TXv a t with Fn pain's m mjr back. IhToben (rreatljrbeiiealedbjr using two bottles of Brown a iron Biliers." m" IU! I I Ul THE BEST TONIC i AiwitScomes out on n ith top onr hair. To tnl Thoinps'gEje Water. Drussist wll iu UOc gigi BeCach a baby i3 a little yeller it's no ho fca Chinaman. Palmer Journal It affliefcd Sore Eyes nso Dr. Isnao Neuri Genume bu above Trada Mark and ovsed red liner on wrapper Tnke no other. Madeocljbj BKOYt N CHEMICAL CO, UAI.TIMflKE.MD. Awful If True! 7 MARK. TRADE i 't "We aro selling d jood rdany false" flB bangs," said a "For ladies?" inquired the reporter "No, for young men. Bangs afe all the raw now, and everv vounsr fellow osomteiH btBss' 'ji'aTa' must havo ono. Manv of them are bald, ' JVee from Opiates, JuWIie Poaon. or their hair is too thin on the forehead, i po thev call on us to help them V?6 SURE. make a bang that can not be distinguished fiom tho genuine article. It is PROMPT. DroiTi fast. in d on with wires, ami when neatly at mi mam Drs. i.TtK.EttR combed looks very nice A bang should come about half an inch short ot the and should 'be evenly cut. It should never be worn with full heard, a it contracts the face too much. It is most ufi't'cliui with a drooping .V. i. Sun. moustache."' hair-dresse- Red Star 6UGH1URE tti M. EHP.ET, JR. & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF r. J cc-biow- s, .r. CT JACOBS QI O tCtS. btj' GUARANTEED 8 aSd 9 Public Landing, - CINCINNATI, WATERsFlPvEXWlND'PSBQF. PUT ON 3T ATIYBODy. W. O. BURGESS, Agt., " Q A young Philadelphia lady whose voice had been much admired at home, went to Pans for a car's stud. When she returned the change in her namo was no'iced to be far lay nnd that in her oice. From plain Hattie Eddy she had become llennette Hdicu. Philadelphia GERManremEDY Cnf Doin 111 I flijl I Ul WIH E Prttf. Cures Rheumatism, NeuralJtff lUrhtrft, Ua4Arfc,l(Mr-Frat. rt el AT KHGES ID "forty-parso- DlF.riliHLtS 1 tlJUMtK (OllALJiauKCJID. In' tbo Unitod Statos BoiiatG. during a debate. Senator Vest, of Missouri, pdld Juslicd. a high tnbutotothomeritsof St. Jacobs Oil. Tor &3 vears I was Boards of. Health endorse Red Star Cough aScted with catarrh. Curo as freo from poison. Prompt and Far two months at a nt iMiii'K.niTvriaTRi AND DKlUCtsTS DhAI-tR- hpr-aln- . Catarrh uwrTvicZM m M-iia MENDS EVERYTHINC rtOLJJli Wood Leather.Paper lTorr.Gia. China, M Ai GLUE u Ko. th vavr I sure, and only tweuty-fiv- o centa a bottle. could We suppose a firm of be properly called "The house of correo tion." proof-render- s " Delays Aro Pnnerou." If vou aro itale, emaciated, have a hack ing coukIi, with nightweats, spitting of blood and shortness of breath, you have no time to lose. Do not hesitate too long 'till you are past cure; for, taken in its early stages, consumption can bo cured by the use or Ur. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery," as thousands can testify. By druggists. A rcTitinnii clock has been found in Rome Another indication of hard tunea. PtfUbargh Chronicle-Tflfyr.yi- inter-ejf.n- to my room. I tried Ely'a Cream Balm, from the Cnt I found relief It remedy I is tke ever tried. 1T.C Mi- Justice of tows.Shenandoah, the la. Fesee, hafS Improved I greatly elnce using Ej's Cream Balm for catarrh. I feel like a tew man. HUalles-Iejjhumanltr Joiiv IXFarekli, Hartford. toe confined WW7VrTirili All dealers can sm iu JVT5 . TWO GOLD MtUALSr H3 A'rie f irinnt. laA. lTyrfTirirTr2i .. k. 1AJ. .. rln. Vnnvn 32 MILLION IbottlS EXl.KiSOU WA.NTSrC. The tclat quantity sold dorir nat tle3fer amounted Furnitor. "Birva-Braaa Iron, Solid ci. bt (kfcunj bo FREE FARMS in The- - u, ra'-e- o HAY-FEVE- R 1 oytr-thro- w circolar Aparttcte (sapplied iBo each ue Price M cents by mall of K1V nostril-- llIUTllhlt3 btfwi;HltOtE". UruKKis,". agreeable to Send for in t& THOUSANDS OF ACRES OP COVERNMKHT LAND,at'Jeettopre-erurnion- o Laadsfftrsalet actual settlers atsKOper . rf ixTttTtmr Farts Irritated b Immense canals. t heap nl"n.d Pates Eiery attentfonshownsett'ers-- F .rmap, pint:-- es. etc. addiCofcnAo Land Iloi.2KJ. tjperall'iCSpr.inrOt'UTer.Uolo d mot . B anderful Agricultural Pari In America. by prrrer-- i mtnin x and manufacturing 1 MaRWttcentcron Sunm nDIIMC --- -.- I.,t., Di ! .. THE are mane wi'.n oium .... ,Rri.rtvlinff tW.Utr-M.- " Woiunn unit Jler Dlnea-is tho titlo of an Interesting illustrated forlO troatio (ICO pages) sent, " post-pai- GertnanAathmaCurcnn-eraitORiveii- ASTHMA CURED - cents in stamps. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. . A not sivo appeal Time to get up Jhnvn etr. Xe worst cane" Jnimrea comfort. A il,laUniriIiouriiro'hrrea.lo"JitrnfAtL tmltttJiittslinn'titkrpttal. Price GOc. and!F 1 .OOscX I )rniH W or UrroalL lamt'Mi It EK 1 8 Minn j foratamr. Iu.K.hCHIFriet.li nlia'riimttie ' n'rBSfeSSf alt aKw ji nnlh and appearance. If A f ... tn.i fta17 Acm tihnot Vtjn them, 'Pi for Illustrated write to u iians., It .3 VI . substantia! and 31j Hkfd In the best Bands an$ Orchestras. ..Unequaled for . s(J i'icm uuuun -- v..- ., i"wii, , IOH11DK kucc ii:i. handsome -- ' ono-twenti- Ruckeye Folding Binder. - PUYON CURES W sB"L' fc HEALY, Chicago, IIU Colou the whiskers a handsome brown or i at. fnf h trnrld black with Buckingham's Dye for tho yAls m as ..i. pa t tMMtlnrvdlMVitnrhtniir JlMu'resIess throtish farm Mtes to Whiskers. bunrtl. M rt Ston Uus ftorwrtxnn. NeTfrmtan paMrwhenyoasendforoarCatalojrUC If the liver is disordered, th t hole C Aultmnn &. Co.i Cantorti Ohio. suffers. Ayer's Pills correct this trouble. svs-tc- in j HtjgjSggl Best Couch hyrno. Tajtes jrood. use In tim. Sola dv arugnvn-t- . YrHESt AU lltl FAI13. kM. '111 h BtEJtEs are like misfortunes They Itoiton Tranncnpt dom come Mtigl Olr n sel- Sulphur Soap .enl and beautifies. 2c Gckman( oils Hkmovlk ktJ Is Corns fiunions. Pike's Tootimche Drops cure In I minute, 2To lis tsomtsds ofriKi m wont kind of lonr tlacllDg t!OBxncBi4. In4ttd,tntumt It ray filth In Its i&mt, I tll t.cd TWO BOTTLES FREE, toi.lh.r 1i!j TFEATl'E rotlili to nrfsffertr Oif Ex n 4 T O. alre. DR.T rcviSl., H.T. CONSUMPTION ki if in 1 Hi a petlilit rmt4r Wim tbort alsraaa, ot snd and Falales. Ilnblt. Quickly Correjpcodencej Ir cured andhome.trial of rurent free solicited honest ns Kkuept COMPA3r.Ufayctte,Iri. eMIcators-TniUCM- llt dl.. The most obnoxious form of "light is a gs bill litor-Htur- e" Boiton Bulletin Flower Snnpll". Send for onr Mailorders solicited. 3 THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, April L1VK PTOC- KCattle-Connnon- ARTISTS' (k, nenouwu Wort. Mill! catalogues. varrus noFFA. II lGo.Mu.lu Street, Clovinuutl, Ohio. HO-- ., "Wax CANCER -- rhi O A book trorth J10. on I rvmrtshm. nt free I Jit the fnlon Fub Co.. tfetcarli .NJ.Send stamps for post's. LOVE Treated and cured without the Vnlfe. Book on treatment seat free. Address) ne Co ,I1L F L. FOXD.MJ) .Aurora, X P Iloycr ( SHl.F.P GllAIN Ite-N- wnmon HOGe Ooort Packers Wbent-bongrberr- I hoice Jsiitchers . ... . . . . io ('. a 3 4 4 W a i. ) HAIR TVlcs lUnss and TTavcs sent 2 75 4 75 4 wnere. Mn01ev.1eanuTia11pr1cc-11er.7rB. C. Slrehl & Co.,173 Waba6h-a- C.0 . lany. ..Chicago. v eu;ravrfxce 2aIocltry FTXE Blooded Cattle, Sheep, Hops, does lor sale Cik Opateiecllle. Fa. Catalogues with 150 lUil ;xl to choice y ... .. No 2 red Corn No 2. mixed tuts Xo. 2mi&ed o. 2 1 red ... ii aw 37 10 ) V fe 6 4 m $ ss & K n oo as v SiOOWORTH, FOR ONLY A NEW ODTFIt ft 37J & (57 It', nji th-i- t HAY-Timoth- yXo. 12 (0 Times-Democr- at. m Common Lnps C.fMul Miilniins Pork Mess PROVISIONS bant Prime stenin . . niTTKK-OlioI- co Dairy- lino Creamery AI'PI.KS Prune POTATOKb per bushel . "lOHAl CO 10 W ID 800 14 1 tt 'jW 12,ttl0 360 ?!! 25 25 15 1 12 50 aoo. - . 22 30 55 W 44 t tt tt tt & nSfFZ'.iismmm.llfvir ua m&&s&xm&Tym mhi !tla uriciaai juastrnuo nnsuu mU Tb pfttlcrci ia t&s casfit art eondves ty C4 Iae4l fensrortd aoa art tb &( jnlm dorr-AalecgtWSGODewisdtaMrtKf muBOk JRm'lBh Zm poa EKSIHGTON nraulas S00 WORK Orla-Ua- oa finest bond I Arcilincct Flfef. 1 Hoar .Blue Mumping- - Powder Perforated l Stir And KtamplhwPatUra lfbtn, 1 JUx White titamplar I'owder Icr sua Iifcrtn, it ,inr l'Oni. 1 rw Minlll orKenstotrtanond l'snfj Work fUgt by 30 05 60 m NEW VOItK. $2 FLOCK State and Western UK 4 IX -- Wheat Xo. 2 Chicajro No 2 red Corn Xo 2 mixed Outs allied .. J POKK Mess I.AKD Western steam CHICAGO. FLOCK State and Western .J4 GHAIX Wheat Xo. 2 red... No 2 Cbicuco Spring Corn Xo. 2. fiats Xo. 2 .... ..........-- .. K e POKK-Mcss tt340 94', tt tt tt J2 47 37 50 G 43 610 (o a 25 5 W tt 4 M T44tt 4r "J 30, 2Si M "i LAKD FLOCK OKA IX isteum llALTIMOKF. d, PKOVI?lOXS-l'o- rk . Corn Mlved Oat Mlid .... Fninllv Wheat Xo. Kctlnetl 54 M 2 H)Stt tt tt o 40 5 95 00 a uu ox orrVm-ctCiCa IXIet 4 la Food LSI borders 5 la.. Scollops for lla.(aew dedsil. fliudinm. RIvel.a. F1!.s. Rnu. Laf o Itltrh i!Hini. Ifnt,. Auliu, Crprss Tlui, Tas!s Wn du:ini, Frai: dolcni, Unsnlla Cue dnlnt, Ac..ar Cner Oneri. Lot la AljAiWt. both deiined nnrralyTor tbli imtat. 'IlIK FANCi M Ollk. Siiitua Ttocj AlfhtUt, and a a well inewa utbcrttT oa KenilartoB mad fnrr work, sad ratibii fill lctrartiost ud dlrectwm for Iwk MAN CAI I a TCKtoroUerj, Wei II ilt Jilt Keulortoa StajBioc;, Embroidery sod I'natlnr, Mrtalllo Flitter, IrrMeorrst and Loitrt Falotsr, DM W or. .U, ud Is Ut but and Butt tompItU book of Kl kind reer roMiliei TMimtSt U not up of tmAll worth Vn itnfrtt. bat liratrlUrloua and reliable, aad wo will laotrfally rifiiad t moot? pud furiLlf anylaiyOBrMeiTltltltdiiettifCed. uwn uotai it porkta in a nieo tc&tl wiu uwaif, u " nioitntioo. which trrret lonrry tit pe.tUru tn when f cr yetr neifbhoTi, or m a roreptaclt for tot oorxt tl troe. Atrecw rhiaa.jM tn- -. Lifter, '.a, WhlU Dsliy tti BiKm;cntiaa-Ucn,tIn., bvix of TssiIm, tifftm., Mcm Rem Ut Rilbra W ik, WW Rw, of ttx lilr Atti, Vall7,Oucsb,nUa Rod .n.1 3.nJatM& dldftl for Tfet roontr, EfU'r'i Wtk, onJ lily, T- lt1t,wi, snaounT twin wtumwj. uwluol Cotr. til Ul UibnUVlu. GKUn Bod. 4 I la.. Buztk of Io., U.Kfc.lcr'i VaUm, tn.. UmUtt. b., wawMrry, 9ijii,CvlitIUJ udTLht.li8la. rBlrrl tiUbg Ban la brmsca of trw. 93 S arthew dnlcp for tlS k in Our rslctwork, iS In., lira sad sol m rH, 1 iSliu, 8 vmai In tut Utj Uaa f If a&4 Cm Xn FJwa '" It ar ,!Ma Lard CATTLE-F- irt Mes.. , ..10 4 ounlliv.. tt 25 ttll 7'1j v"''3 "Stt 37 Js .5 J o,VJ 3T-- HOGS " JO cob-we- Wheat No (orri-imed 2 IXDIAXAPOLIS $ red tt tt tt tl ; 15 ttir32&X$?. tttrnpltr work for Uelr nelirtton, home tod ommenthiir their n tnd ehltdreo'l eloth!o. Tht retton wt eta tell tUt ostnt for u latl moot; U thtt wt mtanf trtaro tatta alloanelTet tod rty ao teeoad pnCtt to aoyocc. Mtay ltditt tro topfortifie thrmitlres tdTdotrirtUB3plrr,tiMitl:icrt'ubtoooj tnr mr ortrtletttrere dtr. Onr ituoette ftelATv franlf errr SOB ntTea taa ntrtrora nturoto, tna it tot moot tiiau ox iu tiodlB tst world, feet on tktlittol tot ion. sort recently loctled t pfotoftV It oor balldlae exprelir for oor mell biiliiett,iiektt aowcomoleuftcllitleifer ttuterGr! fuUortlloHertprtmptftr tod to tht tatlrt utJ.ftcttnn of oor ennomert. VC thtll t pletted t iwo tny of oor cusloisert 1b perton,or 'irtSsT&& ' -- , - !" .aTaTaTaTaTB lar retail prleea the pattern alone weald least 4.0(1. Ladle ran make thelrown IIfBsTnh th betidet betsuf;li( oouit,doimr iam i'til tusipc at omul toth it ju nt. THE R. L. SPENCER CO., Wallingford, Conn. Oats mixed Flour-- A LOCISV1LLK. I tt ..$4 (0 9 Ai'i 50 GH.AIX Wheat xed Xo. . Xo. 2 red. .. Corn-mi- inMn-eori- tv Oai mixed POKlv nivs . LAKD steam tt .0 3C!4tt 37 tt ttlO 5J 7 75 tt 8 00 &4 MARCH, APRIL, MAY SHB Kf 'jLWe- Inal'ds. At time you should seefe to cleante and statem from humors. 1 you are vexed with. headuehe. wantofappetlte. dtsordereil Ilrer and tcldnevs. constipation, or feverish skin, lake UK. - IS ATKYI.NO T1MK purify your rethethrarchesof abrliUewhlchblndtheteanof this fr leetiiibatof roM-a- . Nl'UIXO 1. SUaSEDTt'l, lA.TOUIT inIlEetn, KKMRU1- to Don't Get Caught This Spring, as yoamtybaTe been before, withyoor l'!ood fail of Impurities your Impaired, appe-ttt- e poor, kldnejs and llrcr torpid, and Thole system l able to be prostrated by disease but Ket yourself into irood condition, and ready for t!) changing and vntnnrr weather, by taking llood'a Sarsaparilla. It Hands unequaled for purifying the blood, gtrlns an appetite, and for a regulating and pencral sprlns medicine. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparllla. " My If e had very poor health for a long time, from Indlcestton, poor appetite, and constant hcadach. Sho tried every thing we coold bear of, but found no relief till she tried IIooiTe Sarsaparllla. She is now taking the third bottle, and never f clt bet-tIn her life We feel It onr duty to rccommenllt to every one we know." Gio. Somubville, More-landlc-stiosuf-feri- PURIFY THE BLOOD Without an hour's delay. Itls nuW. culci and pasiffr Inaction. Keenltln tlifhoutt. When Ton ftre at home, for the blood, anrf tlcettwlth vnirun Imirnn. Vnnvlll flr. le. cheaper tfian tickness. and as plfiMnt to late as the hand of a friend. To women who suffer from any of the ills peculiar to the sex, FAVORITE JtKMEBY proves a real bleeglnc DR. DAVID 95 sold by druggists. w KENNEDY'S Ii CAVfiDITEr DSTIiCnV tlKnlllUl. rAfUtllll: $1pcrBotllc;6lor55.00. all er LIST OV DISEASES. lLWATS CDBABLK BT USCT9 was wonderfully benefited by it. Martin Ferry. O. Cook Co.. HI. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla for general debility and .T. toXICAU P. Johsw. Hood's Sarsaparllla Sold by aj) drupglut. tl; six for IS. Prepared by C I. HOOP & CO- - Apothecaries. Lowell. Mats. MUSTANG LIHIMEITT. FLESH. I ' , ""We know a gentleman n thi county months ago. wm almost e bopelct cripple frcra aa attack of rheumatism. He could scarcely bobble across the room, used crutches', and tsald himselthat behadlittlolfany hopeof everrccoverUiif. "WeJfaw blrtafin our town last ctek.walfcics about as lively as any other man. and in the finest health and spirits. Relieved at Last!. iOO Doses One Dollar IVC. f imj KIsfriBiauUm, UponourlDiciryaato whathad worked such a wxra- derfnl change in bis condition, he replied that S. S8- dsq carea uiiu. AucraamK a ouacu uu . mu vv Treatise oa Blood and Skin Disease, mailed free. Tns Swtft 6Fcirrt9 Co, Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. 1. WIS W. 23d Street, . I . . ' t No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes. aa a.a- A (jeieoratea "w,i.irai.- Jl and BKIDLE Combined, aP :f .arr llZtk. can not be slIppeoDyany norse. sara plellaltertoanypartof the U.S. freconreceiptofSI. Boldbyall Saddlery. Hardware and Jlarness Dealers. Special discount to thej Trade. OrEend for lrice-Lls',' J.U. LlGUTDOUsr.i;ocnener..i OF ASIHALS. FORCOUGHS, CROUP ANii CONSUIV.PTION USE SaraaauidHcmtdtH BliMaandBitem CaMBdBroiaets 8pflDaA:8titcbeaT Scratch eti, Sore and GaII Spavin, Cracka, Screw Worm, Grabo Foot Sot, Hoof All Swlnay, Founders. Spraias, Strain, Sore Feet, I Contracted Mataclea, Laraeneaa, itas I 1 ! Senator Edmunds is acknowledged to bo an able lawyer-- He has great strength as an advocate, and weak causes are frequently able to borrow a, temporary vigor from his espousal. That is the whole measure of his success in his attempted defence rubbing.- - Cleveland Leader. of the indefensiblo attituto that the years, who Senate has taken with respect to exocn-tiv- c A man aged sixty-fivprerogative. He has made his case claims never to have had a tooth, has strong enough for immediate partisan been brousrht forward in K ow London ' Oitor Motion statesman uurooe&si Conn two-thirds e, postmaster at Augusta, anil an intimate friend of Mr. Blaine. Manley says that tho latter does not approvo of the position the Republicans have taken, that he believes the President is light and the Senators wrong, and th... both as a legal proposition and a mat ' of party policy, the Republican is impracticable. Mr. progr..r,me Manley h expressing himself with froat freedom on this subject, and authority InUr pretends o speak-by Bekcke, Btif Joints .tayv OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN. thcMullr-lnnlantortbeol- " The Sweet Gum from a tree of the samo nam crowing In inn south. Combined with a tea nana Olds, for sola from b nlltiriinri6tiatiicente nd si.OO per bottl. Hf ui Sraytloas. Fr- - Bltea. StI Sheas, sadaS external diseases, and every hurt or accident. ui ia tminaj, gtablc and stock yard,ttU , 1 t CHEATESTandtJEST. Prices KEDCCEtV' , Holman'sHew FjT r W7 THE BEST OF AM, PARALLEL BIBLES! ii LINIMENTS AN-IC-- riOAilCJI Al 4i 'W 4S- lAIIifat tVHKX WHITING TO lilcaae sajrrou aaw tit- - AalrsitMW-tatJaia-p.yw- AmalTIiat"I fi I ,o "t-- .vt -. t- TaM tyu. t-8 44 ' s .1 -- ? & "GlTlr ITEMSbe - LOCAL ni wncat flop i?CR CIRCUIT IJUDGEi .me in m,:h sec- er has been so unfavorable that tion is looking promising. We" aro authorized to announce C. L. jtho building could not be eomple- Hubbard vill remain three days. Parties IIANDLK, "f Fulton county, as a candiMrs. Mary Yokelcy niarlfl tecl Everything is in readiness, date for Circuit Judge. Election in Auwishing dental work dono will hoo, Va- -' of - DEAI.K1: East Tennessee, is viititm-heaml ouly waitinS ou the house. gust nest. please call at his office, at Lttclede muiLM, ur. v m. Lawsou. Tue vnu,t a,ul Sllt0 ro being and witty as evor. Fulton House. placed in position. By tho way bi-tiftXt- o FOK COiOIOXWBAITH's AtTCf UNDY. A.. A.. Tlifl-tnn- n The t? benefit We would state for the run .the safe is of triple plated steel, Into hv the We are nnthorized to announce CIIAS. of those who have been enquiring i;;ilr7ll'JIo'"u,linadtIitio11 t0 the combination TncRD will probably be strong PHYSICAN AfiD SURUEQN, II. TH'JMAS, of McCracken countv, a a fefter the celebrated Douglas Shoe, UJJ, and considerably, locks, has two modern improved effort made to have Washington HICKMAN, to the office of candidate for KENTUCKY Attorney for this Judicial that we have just received a com- - Judge James Cainiilipii.,, hi tuuo locks, which are backed bv and Dakota territories each divi... . IrLRS his Professional Services to District. Cection in August, ItS(i. A.i.i mi to plete line. gcj- - PRESCRlPfioxs CARL Fu l '. COiirOUSl'EDl t? is neing anv one ded and admitted as States, mak sjinbpn, the offer Ul tho citiiena of Hickman and vicinity. & Co. PLATJT Bkos. or as a candnlato for tho Suimrinr wu0 ca cnter a We are authorized to announce JOHN .. nlG-'8- 0 The dflieers of ing lour new ones. It is not K IIRN'UUlCIvS, of Livingston county, Judgeship. llhe bank have. wo understand question of territorial acquisition If you are needing any Groafi a candidate for the otlice of Common given a bona approved at 8300,-00- 0 or extension of tho great AmeriThe Appellate Convention lias ceries, it will pay you big, to stop wealth' Mtrnet. in this the Firt JudiLUKE BLACKBURN. 1 as a guarantee of good faith can principles of freedom and libSSBSJP3 cial District of Kentucky. Election in and post yourself at Alexander & been called by the district for tho funds of the bank. Tho erty, but a mero partisan move. Tins thorouabhrwl Stallion is offered for August next. Maxwell's. They "are making very tive committee to meet at lleiuier-son- , safeguards and was out of a Canadian guarantees, togeth- Tho Republicans want more Sen- ra!e; ills sire by Ky., April 28th. We are authorized to announce SAMUEL , extraordinary low prices. ami er with the established integrity ators. The first effort was to get drntt maremarked a Norman horee. Jle CROPLAND, as a candidate for the offirc i preponderance of draft Mason, Foard & Co. lmt-., oi cuaraoier oi mo managers in a part of Dakota as a Republi- shews a of Common wealth's Attorney in this, tite Don't faiUto call at Plaut's stock, tered a general demur to the lC"is- - makes depositors and stockhold can State and that failed, and now of bis coupled with the spirit and action t'imt Judicial District of Kentucky Drennnn DEALERS Iff aud see and price their goods. !..:.. wiMisugaung committee's ers auoui as saie as anytuing can the proposition is to mnko four lars, &c, address, ancestors. Tor particu,. . H. BUCHANAN'S is the only report. They deny everything. DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS. STaTIONKKY, and School Snpplie-- . FOR COUNTY JUDGE. bo made. States and each party to have two. BPEUEED. ' Fanc GOODS, TOYS, and PICTUKES, bouse in Hickman that has the Ilicttntau, Ky. We nro authorized to announce J. Mr. R. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical Ufa. right to sell Ackerland & Wyler's made an A. Browder, of Fulton, Mason, Ford & Co. a month ago Tho Hood in the Mississippi XAYLOrt, ana candidate for tho office of . assignment last week. in Custom-madPerfect-fittin- g 'Siiye Cost,"9 ClothCounty Judeof Fulton cottilty. Election AGENTS FOIi TUE1 this vicinity is doing considera notified tho Legislature that they IW coming up . Liabilities reported a, 8,000 or ing, ble damage m the destruction of would surrender the convicts in with us, or elseand settlingheyour aecounta in August nest. 'a ?10,000, assets not reported. ou required to fences", and still greater damage their employ, to tho State, but in settle with an oilicer. will We are authorized to onnonncct U. W. Don't fail to observe the ele The Kentucky Legislature has m delay as to farm work. So far response to an inquiry by a com- DICKINSON as n pndidnie tor Julge of PL.VUT IIROS. & CO. gant values-atlC8.50 and V'Vl'M iiAt..B.l , . . A. the Fulton County Court. Election in l..x- " niy eo form the Legislature as to m ftocu-oinconve- , ".a " Men's Suite. They are calculated . ,' oijic . Yu J,0urn n? ,oss.es August next. . nmi i iim i erms upon which .a ii ii itiviib tho surren uic.w: ii un f J " ii i:i t t mi iiinni'ii i l i nrinrr rnr t mitt ESTRAY NOTICE. c r." to make you smile with joy journ about the loth or 20lh. "u i.largo body of tho very best farm der would be made, thev wanted Taken up as a stray hy T. S. William-- , FOR COUNTY STToREY. Alexander & Iaxwell. on his farm, on the iMer'hurp road, aWit The Iowa legislature has pass- lands under water, and indications i 110,000. We av nii'liorixed to announce Judge ( iluk ;ouilmi-s- t five anil come about ono foot i that it will Smith,$Ellis6n & Co. have the ed a bill prohibiting alien no'ii-m-.. S. MLUKKi-Uns- a candidate for the Du. W. II. Boyd, now in jail in man. iu Fulton mi is (ouniy, siaie of Ken- office of County Attorney, at th? ensuing hantlsoruestline of Men's Youth's, idents from acquiring title to higher, or probably not so much. tucky, one red mid speckled heifer, about Bcj's' and Children's Clothing, in real estate in that commonwealth. River men predict that tho Mis- Camden, Ark., for horse stealing, "jears old, marked with underhit in the August election. sissippi will bo falling hero by has broken the bigamist record tho city, and at lowest prices. wplit in the left, The Governor had not up to Sunday, and that it will go down with a brilliancy and dash that rigltt car, and K. Williams, before and at Call and see them. They can save by J. mo, CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. last accounts signed the Ballard rapidly when it gets a good start. ought to give him the champion- tive dollars Given under my hand a you money an Clothing. We arc auhorized lo announce T. M. ship. Thus far it has been ascer- Judge of Fultuu County Court, March county division bill. However, it FKENCU a a candidate for r elecUon W Our Custom-mad- e Clothing has been intimated he would do tained that he has ten li ing wives, 30, 1S80. Mr. "Will C. Strong, ono of the office of Circnit Cenrt Clerk of F'ulton cannot be excelled in quality, fit so. It S. MUItELL,J.F. CC. Hickman's most promising young with several back counties to hear county. Election in August, 18S6. apr2 and price. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of HardwarS Miss Jennie Bin ford, daugh- men, has returned from Yandcr-bil- t from. yiw) J, Amberg's Sons. COUNTY COURT CLERK. University, where ho graduaand that die Keivanl! which ate offered at ter of this hydrophon. BUCETAU AN'S is the only county,Mr. Robert Biuford, of Sin- ted in the school of Pharmacy. Pastkuhs, tho grf at received in Strayed or stolen, on or about f he first We aro authorize! to itanouncc W. I jiibtiiles. All goods ONF PRICE, be exactly as very lowest the market" guaranteed o died on tho 2Sth ult. rcprc&eutcd. house in Hickman that has the cere sympathy is extended to tho He is a young man of irreproach- bia speciality, recently Russians, eek in January, 1886, one gray hone. TAYLOlt, as a candidate for to about 8 vears old, about 17 hands Ugh theolhce of County Caurt Clerk of Fultan right to sell.Bryan & Brown's cel- bereaved parents. able good habits and character, to his hospital fifteen fTl WllOltatl llCenblttPll hj lliatl UOIVOS. longglimneck, idiort earn, mouota uphiRh county Election in August, 1S8C ebrated make of Ladies' and Missexcellent judgment, and won his Ono Ollt of tlto fifteen diet! of liy-!- t withers, almi tail, neck more white than The U. S. Senate is confirming degree with much credit, and we es', Men's .and Boys' Shoes the the sear 'ec FOR SHERIFF. large numbers of Cleveland's ap- predict for him success and honor dropliobia, but the others are im eyes or sides, ha a nmall eyes. henreen jrive best in the world. I will or rather ahove the pointments. Republican Senators in the professional lino for which proving. We arc authorized to announce V. A. S- -o for the delivery of said horse at tay The prettiest stock of Cloth- are giving Edmunds, not Cleve to farm, near (ho foot of I aland No. 8, FuUou SHUCK, as a candidal for he has so well qualified himself. ing in Hickman, at Da the office of Sheriff of Fulton county. Judge John Baxter, of Ten- county, Ky. land, a black eye, Election in August next. Plaut's. JERRY JONES. nessee, United States Judge for niar5 The great railroad strike is On the 15th of May the change Ladies don't fail to see Alex- of gauge is to bo made virtually ended, or subdued, cap- the Sixth Judicial District, comou.the FOR JAILER. LOWER and LOWER. ander & Maxwell's line of Import- Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Lou- ital is again triumphant over la- posed of tho States of Tennessee, We arc authorized to announce JAMES MPPnltPPy Kill ed Dress Goods. They can show is railroad, and after that date bor. The cause of tho strikers Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan, AJlkindsof Qroceries hams, side?, xo I TAYIjORaa win not last jou goods which other houses do through trains will again run into was injured by the violent acts of died Fridayyear. at Hot Springs, a cheap ns the oheapest T WITTiNG. be Fulton county, aatcandidate for Jailer of the ensuing August JOHN undersold. not carry. a few, but the greater cause was in his Goth Hickman. election. the necessities of working people Young men call and see that Mr. Willis Roffe authorizes to accept We arc authorized to announce THOS. The treasury department has work on any terms. The beautiful Kangaroo Shoe, at the Courier to withdraw his name strike still exists, bnt is pretty prepaied n new design for slO r FETHE'SJSALOON, V. WALLACE, as a candidate for counto the office of Jailer of Fulton Plaut's. from the list of candidates for well shorn of its power. It includes an certificates. xaxty. Election in August next. excellent vignette portrait of the Ask to see the Genuine French Tax Assessor, with his thanks for Miff Ci- FRESH DEElt constantly on tap. We arc an tborized to an nou n ce G EORG E Ueudiicks. ., 8"Drawines, Plans, full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and 6hfir Jvid Shoe at S3.50. for Ladies, the kindly encouraireinenfK . w . Our enterprising townsman, late .ft jarsaud Tohaceo, of the best brands. L CAUPENTBR, as a candidate for tho cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. ceived fr0U1 bis many friends, &c, Jno. T. Cassetty, has accepted a Only found 4it Alexander of Fnlton county. ElecFutronaiio solicited. Max- office of Jailer We aro having another big no? lf tion in August next. well's. I wo comets in tho northern traveling position with YV. M. CasSky are now approaching the earth setty & Co., manufacturers and break in wheat and prices seem to You should call aud see tho wholesale dealers in oils, car and fall of their own weitrht ; thus J. C. VARTLOW. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. latest style in stiff aud nobby at a speed of 73,000 miles an hour. axle grease, &, of Nashville, everything is coming in favor of J. P. GRAY. Yet at this almost inconceivable 2 We are authorised to annonnco J. S. Hats, at rate they will not reach their near- Tenn. He is an upright man. Re- the consumer. BOMJUftANT, aa a candidate for the of . J. toiBERGrS Sons. Ulw And pet your Hlacksmithing and general est approach to the earth until serve your orders for him, for you bee of Coonty Assessor. Election iu AuRepairing done at prices and fair can depend on low Council Proceeding. gust next. If you want something nice about May 1. dealing. w. and nobby in a little boy's suit, go to We P. & COS., (JOKE, are aauthorized for announce of B. McBride, a IIickma;?, Ky .April 6, I88G. the oflice to ns candiiatc Plaut's. horse-thie-Marion while being convicted ( Corntr of Obiun and Etrhanjt Street ) t, Mayor French; Fulton has been granted a new Council met. conveyed of Fulton county. Election in Au Drop in and see the rush at to the Penitentiary from Hickman city charter which largely increas- Couucilmen Cole, Witting, Rogers, Fethe, EICKK&ST, KY. gut next. Alexander- - & Maxwell's. They county, made his escape last week es the jurisdiction of the City and Hertwect. of the last meeting were We are authorhetl to announce J. O- A. The minutes (ood Work at Itock bottom Price. Our are doing the business because they by leaping from tho train while Court, which will prove a great read, approved and signed. COOPEK, as a candidate for re election to mo to moving at the rate of thirty miles and needed convenience to the Election in make the prices. g the office of County Assessor. PAYIJfQ COSTS. ftaTMUCl. WO UK a .pecialtvan hour, but was recaptured August next. people of that end of the county. T M. French, Circnit Court Clerk, preJOHN F. GRAY & CO. The nicest lot of white and AOEffTS FOR ftiE FOLLOWING COJIPAffiES' It also creates the oflice of Ma- sented an account of the Commoiiv-'caliWe are authorized to announce Q- M. T. mar25tf Messrs. Etl IToehn, Btirlin-aTm- yora needless and expensive lux- T8. tbe'ity of Hickman, for i4 1.00. apcolored Shirts, Ties, Suspenders, SALMON, as a candidate for the office of half-HpsCreel, and Sam Thomas, nro ury. Election in August Handerchiefs, &c, you County Assessor. proved hy the Finance Committee, which TIME FOR SALE. on motion, wai allowed, and the City Clerk next. ever saw, and so very cheap, at engaged iu a much needed enter: PIKENIX.of Hartford. Conn ; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England) IIARTFOR& prise, that of building and fitting (4w) JviAMBERG'S SOXS. The comet discovered last De- directed to issue c'eck to the Clerk of the 200.000 feet dry C press Building Wc ore authorized to announce D. E. COMPANY OF NOU11I AMEUICA, &c, &c, Hattford, Cona.-- , INjgJRA-NCCircuit Court for the amount. and Ea.fuiK Lumber. AUv, 100,000 PATE, as a candidate for County Assesson cember from Paris' Observatory, is " ll, .'"c ,,u "'c-"' Tho Ladies aro perfectly de- -' Cypresa Shingles. OrKSlJCG HOLLY ALLEY. AND THE increasing in brightness, and will Election in August next. lighted with tho grand display of!1,0; fj'O eng.no has been or- - about UONDUI1ANT & DRDWRY. On motion, the City Marshal is directed Aprinl 1st, be visible to tho Power, and men bcautiful goods, at Plaut's. mar!2 Mutual benefit life of new ark, n. j, in aro now engaged rehauling the naked eye. Two weeks later it to have Holly Alley,length East Hickman, l'URLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. west of Troy opened its entire IT. BTJCnAXA" savs that he boat. They will build on it a nice will beat its brightest rivstlingin We arc authorized to announce CIIAS. Gffice, b t Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. Atenuc. will sell goods at from ton to cabin for passengers. They size aud biilliai.ev the comet of B. KINCMAN, as a candidate for the TAX BOOK. FRITZ ,; of Public School Superintendent of per cent, cheaper than any pect to devote special attention 11SS1. It will appear in the west The City Clerk presented 'the Tax Book Fultou county. Election in August next. uouse in mis section oi to tne log anu corn traue, and by ern sky earlv in tho evening. outer as copied from the Avjsment Book ; on FA IIIXA5fF.K We are authorized to announce Prof. couutry. We think lie will, as he regular trips to prove a valuable to place the motion, the Clerk was IAMES H.SAUNDERS, as a candidate Quarterly Conference at tho Tax Hook in the hands of the Collector. always doesj'ist what he says he 'auxiliary to tho general trade of for re olection to the office of County On motion, Council adjourned will do. Ho also says that he will Hickman. It is a fact that a lanre Methodist church, and Election in AuSHOE School Superintendent. C C W. L. McCUrCHEN, discount all advertised prices, aud Missouri trade, above and below Sunday. Elder W. T. Ilan is will AttesJ, SIIOF. North Vt'trl corner of Mosrow gust next. you can bet he will do it. Hickman, can be attracted here not be in attendance, having been and Troy Aenucs, East Hickman, Ky , Satisfaction guaranteed. Ask to see our All "Wool by proper conveniences and ac- unexpectedly called awsiy. Ho will COXUrilSSIOXHK'S MALIS. D. G. PAKE, April. commodations, which it is the ob be represented, however, either Men's Suits, at $8.50, worth $12.30 Iby Rev. J. E. Reck, or Rev. R. W. ject of this company to extend. iu other houses. receive liberal enFulton Circuit Court, Iy Alexander & aTaxwell. They should from our business Erwin, of Union City. W. B- - BROWN & CO.. - - AT. .MAY FIELD, couragement J. J. C BondurantFLAlhTirF Having taken charge of the Ladies; don't buy your Dress people. Mr.. Virgin! us Ilutchens is WHERE GASIBUY A NI7ITAHK.S: FJfef&EST AT. ITS Equity. AOAIKST In Active lrnctico Since 3Inrch, 1S77. JtEAtfj VALUE? Goods till you have seen Plaut's, now connected with the Fulton T. J. Clav, &c , Defendants. as they have the prettiest display Fultonian. Ilutchens is a bright, Ry virtue of a Judgment and Order of tylCKty4N WILL practice in all the counties of the Most Excellent, Before deciding this question we invite you to esaimne the bcauti First Judicial District, and in the Appelever shown in Hickman, and will writer, and th Fulton J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knozvtlle, ready, sparkling name bri igs the Sale ofthe FebruaryCircuit Court, render Respectfully annoure to the public that the late Courts of Kentucky. ful and varied stock. save you money on these goods Tenn., writes : "My family and I arc ben- mention of his Term thereof, lSJsG, up ed at septl8-l- y house has been well improved, that they of yonr most excellent medicine, J memories ot the old and golde'n in tho above caute for the sum of Pour have secured one of the bc-- cooks ever in in at Plaut Bros. & eficiaries I stopped hundred and tntlve dollars and 14ct3, with Hickman, Dr. New Discovery for consumption; days now gone forever. iVOTECS. and that no exertion will be Co's, thin inoruing, ami cau safely haviKinc's interest at the r.Ue ol o percent, per an ouml it t0 be j that you cbim All persons holding claims aeainst the pi red to cntertiin guests in mon hopita num from the dav of sale until paid, and !.' t:ay; without any exaggeration, for it. desire to testifv to its virtue My .a M m ril'lUMIITI II III estate of C V. Thomaon, deceaseil, are Tnn I1TM IT "-m Cayce, Kyv April 5, 1SSC. at new store, Fuqua & DejBow's old stand, has an endless vaxiety of S47 '20 costs herein, I shall proceed to oilr ""; anner, i k" they have the most complete Stock friends to whom I have recommended it. solicit for Sale at the Court HousJ door, in Hick-- ' PJicei and they re.pectfully board :a share respectfully notified to present the same TJooks and Fancv Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pensj 1 a at once, properly proved, for settlement Of Dress Goods that I have ever! pra'pe it at eiery opportunity" Dr. King's Editor Courier: " public patronage, man, Ky , to the highest bidder at Public ib KnarLap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Girds, &c. &e., Pencils, Port-fofio- s, T.o.lioc ,.,,11 New Discovery for ConsumntioBroneliitis.1com. in HiVL-mnHickman, Ky., March, 19th 18NJ. day;y the week,5J. I understand that there is a pe- Auction, on Mondav, the 12th day of anteed to cure Couchs. Colds. A. PARIS. A. mar20 and Toys in endless variety. tition on file at the court-hons- c of April 1SSG, at one o clock, p m , or there seethem. aud Asthma, Croup and every iiflectiosi ofi Admimstbatok. (being County Court day), upon a Xew Caf pets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial BoHW this county, from the people of abouts of Six Months, the following decredit Store. this community, praying that no Mats. Window-shadeLace Cur- Free at C. A. Holcombe's Drug The scribed Large Size $1.00. license for tho 6ale of whisky at quarter property (19) nineteen, southwest townsdup of cction tains' &c, lower than ever, now at this place bo granted to any ono (1), one and range (5) five, west, Ijing in - J. Ambeeg's Sons. (4w) In this issue will be found tho bv the County Court Judire. If Fulton County, Ky., or sufficient thereof The Ladies are invited to see announcement of D. YV. Dickin- such is the case, is there any law to produce the sum of money bo ordered to For the purchase our elegant display of Dres3 Goods. son, Esq., ns a candidate for Coun- - justifying tho Judge in not issuing be made with approved surety price, the purchaser or security Judge. He i8a nativo of 4Ilis said 'license! Tot being well ties, must "We have all the" new shades in execute bond, bearing legal inTans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. couty, ono of the cleverest, po ij posted on Kentucky laws, and be terest from the day of sale until paid, and well qualified for tho ins: much interested on the sub having the force and effect of a judgment. Don't forget that we show you men, andLTo sition. has acted as Magis-- i ject, is why I ask tho question. Ridden will he prepared to comply only latest style goods, suh as can- trate. promptly with these terms. a number of years, andhaa W. P. TAYLOR, not be found outside the larger cit- largo experience as to the man- Please answer through the CoQuerist. urier. Master CoMinssioNEn. ies. You agement of county affairs. Amount to Answer. The Alexander & Maxwell. can't voto for any cleverer man. red to was filed in petition refer- Judgment andbe raised:day of sale, l 12.1 1 iuts. to Wm mm Wm pg Feb. 18S0, and Costs 47.20 is yet on filo. Tho law in tho case An Old Citizen Spcnti. FINElSltfOKS. reads as follows : S459.31 Mr. J. Norris, an old resident of We ask a trial of our Ladies', Rome, Ga.,M.Bys tliat.be had beenbadly ''Licenses to merchants shall be granted Misses', Men's and Boys' Custom-mad- e troubled with Kidney Complaint forgi"eat only upon satisfactory evidence that the faith a merchant, aud BOTTOM Chanjpioij fjarveslers, Shoes, which for style, fit many years and with Eczema for .three applicant ain good of retailing merchan- his business is that and durability, cannot bo excelled. years; at times could scarcely walk1 and disc, and that he has not assumed the nme Ball Joint end Llpht Steel Mowers Thfltr rkfa mnlu cnnntollr fni TIC llTT naa iriea manv reraeaics wiuioui ceneiu, and buincs3 of a merchant-witthe view Tw'mc Binders, and Droppers. The CHAM -, until he began taking Electric Bittws and JX Jas. Baum & Co., St. Louis, whoso j an0;nlitlK ;;fi hmiaaA fert withlBuck. snd object of obtaining a license to sell PION is the only STEEL MOWER ever ctrstom-niadf- i work is tnft OPSl , ua Arnwvi Snlrp Tliia f rn.ttmentflnrd. spirituous liquors." produced. Will 8ll Machines lower than in St. Louis. Everv pair IS cu iuui reak iciici uuu no Hin"g' rctoui made ft is apparently tho intent of this any of equal quality. HELM BROS , warrauted lo give entire satisaction. mend Kiectric Bitten to all who suffer, Jaw that any one merchandising ill New Repot, Hickman, Ky. Try taetn once, and you will wear with Kidney Complaints, or need aBlooJ good faith, and such only shall be mar26 i'unher. bold by C. A. liolcombc granted license; and it might fairno Other. For sale only by ly be interpreted as arbitrary in a Smith, Ellison & Co. Business has too much regard County Jndge to refuse licenso to H. A. & R. T. TY LER for itself to go where it is notin-vite- a uona uuo mercnaut: out it is i VgEV ATTORNEYS AT LAW, L CAKPJBTS. The merchant who fails to within his judgment and discre- - - KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, Gall and see our lino of Carpets. advertise (which is tho formal way tion, and if ho does refuse, thero "ILL attend to all business entrusted of inviting business in thisfast is.no way to compel him. We aro The greatest variety in the city. age) will have to kick to their care. . oftVelvets, Body Brussels, Tapestry en on account of dull himself and mfvised that the Annellato Court. Office Furniture factory. times, J on this very point, hns so held. nov8'7S All in the best Easfeffi Brussels, All Wool, the Because our godds were purchased under the most favorable circumstances "FOR THE CASH," at thef cr)r lowest figures violent Wool, Supers, Wool Filling, tho sooner and the more will boj kicking tho better it market. Cocoa aud Uapier Matting, Straw for tho merchant. IjST &e., A. BIG-3iaitiu, Hemp, Oil Cloth, &c., t lower prices than anywhere in the witfe re struck one of the leading manufacturers t?h6 is .closing out to go into banking'; Haring me Iltieklcn's Anitcn Snlwe. yv ,iyy si Youth's. Boys' and Children's. city. !..,. such intliinemPiir iA T.D W PRTCES. The have overstocked in a heffer class of these goods than are usually kept in this city, uur cusuwkub Smith, Ellison & Co. Bruises, Beat Salvo in the world for Culs, Sorts, Ulocrs, Salt ItheurayTcfer rshairiiave the benefit of these advantages. "We guarantee the best fitting Suits in Hickman.- Vi A. Henson, Dentist will in Hickman-- , Monday next, and NEWf"!'inence regular busin ess will Monon l3te day, tho 10th Instant. The weath Bsimlc r flt '- -- mmrmmmTKarYmnr2tittft1i J"'1fc" -- Tuo nieknmn ooin- - Friday from HopkiiisUlIc accompanied by her sister, Miss l)ick who was in tho Asylum there under treatment for the past two months. Miss Dick has entirely recovered her mind and is as bright Ful-touia- 'J 'rwi.ijli Miss Ida WalgaiSiott returned ( Jh ANNOUNCEMENTS. Offers bis IL. m "wit.rtTrn "T iritwi ? l v-T mini tid- ' professional nervirea lo the people of Uickman Hnl vicinity. to Office at tho residence of Dr. C. II, Tflis CHAJ L.D RELIABLE'-- ' A. HOLGOMBE. and riyp'1a T.T1 ii&f -- DR. FARIS. oiiaiUiiiiiu'MTs II i Couiin-mwenlt- . uuu : rt I 2 A ni; JDTGtCHIl? WHITE fSEWlNG FRESCRIPTIOjSTS e , W .... .""" "".. . SIECIA.LT'Y'. m MACHINE X --- one-ha- lf s. jRjEtlLilIOX-iIE- j td & M S-- i. " -- J. MILLAED yuuuyia -- & SON, juuiuuuyygp s: r.flflTMMn s.l-ve- k:bn"tuc1cy. Vice-Preside- 14-- I i STOF GPA!T INSURANCE. HIE J. or f, Pre-en- All UASISS. - - LANDKTJM & DAVIS, E - h o, e, TBIED AND FIPE TESTED. "' i" H -- ex-tweu- ty U0ED1, of-ti- sr .? , SI1IP17 ill HOTIDHS IOUSE, t i MBS. JENNIE GABDNEF, I "" i ti s, to-wi- t: We are Not on the Railroad Strike, S-- ww i ' IT WE HAYE "STRUCK" THE OF " mmyt- ayB 1 d. W !p; wP qa TQTSLGh iB m ,&i. m (mT m5) iat Ue, "W" 331 STEIKE TSf- 3-pl- y, ? -- f - 2-pl- y, jr T. M. FRENCH, OLOTHING5 tmtM. . r,-- Rhey Boyd returned to Padu-en- h last Thursday, returning immediately to his mother's home. The gentleman who met a man that looked like Boyd some weeks age on a country road and came ao near slaying him, happened to be out of town again, and Boyd pawed through unmolested. Ballard County Journal. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. . It is guaranteed to eive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per boi For sale by C A . Ilolcombo a. The order of Knights of Honor will bo thirteen years old on thc30tli of June, and tho members of Hepresents a of the Louisville Lodges are making preparations for a grand an States. niversary celebration on that date, mimes Only one marriage to report The order ' haS upwards of 130,000 OFFICJE,sAT COVKT IKOUSK, Una week, J. P. Feeustor and Miss members. It was started 'ir?Lon tvillo; VcE. J'iuch. SJL- -J t r line iu the United the very best m Cum- - ideichant make no claims that wc have heretofore kept a very extensive line of these" goods, but now we have tried our tand and defy any . , to show such a line of goods in Hickman. All the' latest shades and fabrics, buttonsIarge and small, to match. match, Table Linens, j.ou-el- s, ; A handsome line of Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Parasote, lans,- Collars, and Cuffs ftf Napkins, Toilet Quilts, Lace Curtain's, &c, &c. , , , ,v . ., nri Arfyi fn,t tliecelcbrated'Godshaw &P1 FOIL SHOES, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS-Solcrig'ent- sfor nib style and durability. Also, the Douglas 3 Shoe, leads all Shoes lor the price. Thejrt m C'oggrove Kid Shoes for Ladies and Msses Shoe is warranted in every particular. A handsome line of Slippers for Ladies, Mjges and C hildren. In fact, almost anything in theMJK!Ci House in iliui ; alicos. Sbir ing, Tickings, &c Post yourself, and youwiH have no trouble to buy of the cheapest J STAPLES-Domest- ics, .?IL; . ,taaHr The onlv exclusive IJr'y Goods house in the town, , . ..,?, m s 1 ,'m,mm : mLJr AVe f; DEESS GOO-DS- . ' - 3T- H.H fcsJLctiU.x -- W m.n .J, JE5JEr o Mi .i. i-i-i-r - erf ;-- -. -r- -f - -- .V JW' ?14 Xf - iKE PP3 1 fife . - -- - !. - EMf.JfJ, Q . 1T?T jfrh rtT ' UJIgUMW" - i. m - u ?r first-clas- s Summer Stock all in and ready for business. Bis Stock embraces all the Novelties in all Jliies, and is all and reliable, and will be offered for sale at priccsthat will please all. Call and examine my Goods unci gel my prices, and you will see at once that lean 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 liberal 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. JL ES'UOEilJkJlkN. H'. BUCHANAN has now got his Spring and TBS HIGKHM COURIER. The Massacres. Car-rollto- n, The massacre of negroes at Miss., was a horrid affair, and the massacre of Chinamen in Wyoming territory was equally, so. Studying life fwo'massacres side by side may give some insight into the leal truth as to the causes inciting and exciting the acts. in the South, and vrhito (Southern people are chargeable with the deed; the other occurred in the North, and white Northern people are chargeable with the deed. So far honors are even as to One-occurred will be fonnu rTll9 Troy aild Reelfoot Lake an article from the Boston Globe Railroad, on the Blair Educational hill, the writer of which, either does not Wilson, of Trov, understand the genius of our gov T is h, the clv hl lho illtere8t eminent, or lie is wining to sacn of the Chesapeake, Troy, and Keel-foo- t fico principle through a selfish moLake Railroad. This company, tive for apparent gain. YVingo orgauized in Obion county, Tenn., PnrflittRP. of which Troy is the county seat, Suppose you let tlie pos-to- n has "raised funds sufficient to Globe rest, and givo jour at- grade and cro&s-tithe road from Democratic Uni- tlio main line of the C, O., and S. tention to the 10 who voted W. railroad at, or near, East Troy Ix another column 'TuTT liim.il twice the same night. The committee thinks the regis- The Investigating; Committee's ter of i!n,!,8!l"ief. Ji" S.?!:!.1..1!1; ui Report Shows Brutal Treat- - correct IV KrlH. iubshows that ho tlie 8.a inspector CRUELTY TO mNVTCTK ' i f Ek ' knows nothing of the punishment of the convicts. Inspector Craig said he hud not been furnished Sperinl to the with the rales and regulations by the Sinking Fund ComAfter a long preamble, in which inent and Suffering at the Mines. Cuiirirr-Jmirn- lran liiiS Ww H E7 jf$ m stt. . 7tk R THE R. BARTER J. GROCERY- - M. MONTGOMERY, annoBB-c- c to Lis friends und ibe public that be hns opened a new and fresh supply of all kinds of Family Groceries, which h n ill sell as low as the lowest. He it ready at all times to exchange Groceries al --.4. pio-scijj- il o- e tlio provisions ted States Senators The convicts were sent to Green- and the Kensco mines, where the wood in June, 1SS,"i. The entrance Mason & Foard Company have! & convicts employed. Tlie pristo the Greenwood mines is a low, KENTUCKY STREET, flat, muddy place. The conicts on there piescuted a better constantly on hand .f?kui than that of Greenwood. are compelled to work in water KEEPS sale several indies tleep tor ilav.s. am The committee were unable to HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Hating purchased the stable, boMt some days they hae to lie down learn marl, of the punishment and entire outfit of W. B. Plqfcmtv in water to get the quantity of inflicted there, bemuse of the we propose to continue tho business, aal sections, but neither are justified coal thev wero enamelled -- to diirJoSS of tho rejrister. lho tasks v solicit patronage and send out of the mines daily . iuTposcd upon tho convicts are PRIKTKD IAWXS, PBMKD FRRKGD ORGANDIES in the massacre. From their personal inspection grfeater than can be performed, What were the causes, or foundW. DIESTELBEINK and tho testimony taken, the com- - The State Inspector there said hoj ation, for these massacres I had not been turnishod with the mittee unhesitatingly say that tho The answer is found in the ac provisions of said Section 9 of regulations prescribed by the knowledged and admitted lact of the act aforesaid, and tho rules Sinking Fund Commissioner. The and regulations prescribed by tho contract with the Mason & Foard race phjutltW. It is not peculiar i Sinkinir Fund Commissioners have Co. is the only ono made by the to the Southern people, nor to the Commissioners not been complied with, and have Sinking Fund "jVTO space to name all articles, bl B0 Northern people, but is, and has by tho con- sinco May 10, 1SS1. It appears not been carried out We have a large variety of white Dress Goods. Laces and Embroider- - ftndome and see, at the corner of T?oj been, in all ages and in all countractors, their employes, nor the from the testimony of W. F. for tho Mason & Foard les, Allien Collars. Lace Collars, Silk Mits. Best line of Ladies,7 and auu i0ow enue. r.asi m0Kmrn, ay State Inspector, but havo been tries, where a superior and inferifrequently violated and set at Company, that said company, on Mines' Hose, Corsets, &c. or race are brought to live togeth t !..... .. n.. usiuiwiiL-u- i t r T. .i - ..j , ni-i.- i .i i i nought.They are compelled to say May li, 1SS5, hired to the Heaver ui Liuuiub viuiuren s anu r.... uusiuiu- ivb .1 urn; icu s er in, the same country. The tho State Inspector at said Creek and Cumberland IJiver Coal made Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. that j!?:' A Tj? TT V ftfTT'P V Southern people about Carroll-ton- , mines, who is emnloved and naitl Company one hundred convicts Custom-mad- e Clothing, latest style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts,1 lg:WV'M,1l;i election, and one for each fraction Geo. 1). Wilson, General Manager. to look after the welfare and treat- to dur coal in tho mines of said Miss., who ruthlessly killed sonars, a ies, nana Kercnieis, ccc. jS. G. TTTTt T T" Louisville merchants will, also, inent of the convicts, has, iu a company. The same company al- these negroes are no murderers over 100 votes: 0 Logan 12 Ballard so hired some convicts to tlie J el- dislend aid to the scheme, very great measure, failed to (DAVIS OLD STAND.) by deliberation than are the Nor- BiUler 4 doubtlesa 4 Lvon ligo Coal Company. The same, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; verv low. All kinds of 0 is it opens up a territory at pre charge his duties under the law ' G Marshall thern men who mercilessly mur- Caldwell and the rules for tho government company hired sixty convicts to A.MB35RG?S SOjSTS. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 10 sent almost completely monopoliz7 McCracken Calloway dered the Chinese. But both are Christian 4 ed by St. Louis, on account of of the convicts. His own depo L. F. Mann, of Carlisle, Ivy. 10 McLean G The committee regret that they 4 Mnhlenberz fearfully w r o u g outrageously Crittenden the favorable transportation facili- bition and other testimony show s houBe, arbot sually kept in a 8 16 Ohio Davis his careless indifference as to the can not icturu the testimony taken ties. om prices. wrong. 6 Simpson Edmondson. "i PUNISHMENT OF THE CONVICTS, by the stenographer, It. Buckner TEAS, . 5 Trip? FhNCY GAUDIES, These massacres being outra- Fulton Loaii Suspects ISIaauc. and his utter ignorance of the Allen, who appeared before the 6 6 Todd Grayson MSCE-JJEAT, riCKLES geously wrong, ought not to be, Graves and refused 9 Wasliuhtc-- Orroi O'lrnce Nrw V.irW H'raM 14 Uoion character and extent of tho pun- - committee so taken by to delher 15 should be Hancock proof him or to the 3 Warren HOMINY, GPJT8 und the perpetrators CRXXEERRIES, It was asserted by a prominent isiunent C 12 Webster Henderson rrioMv rnncnii iv ivit liitlilitirr t lir - xox member of the Senate punished, but when you go to ap- Hickman Tho committe report that tho ,!:.,, -6 ,1... XHU IHV ,t that Gen. Logan is inclined to re- - iiiiHuii ui ureenwooui is uatuy voii- - Oilllltt. v'n. r . .IfUlllllblU,.. LWIV i... i JBJ 3C 3C ply the remedy, popular feeling Hopkins 8 tni.i ,A,,n . "J 225 garu Mr. Jiiaine as tne inspirer ot 5 Total Livingston unmlv wnrini.il in enlil ' M " I'ttle " " asserts its power over law, and Necessary to a choice Mugar, Coffees, Soaps, Ac. "J: t attention to it, except - us: Mr. Plumb's slighting omn.ission herce the law is not enforced. U,er ' ;;;!irol!ll!onUeU of his name in sneaking of the di- - 4.builks,? one abovt, llUtIie wh'ere OSWill not be undersold. If there was any way to remove DEALER I X Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, & vision commanders. It was evi- - r,nnvintR inon nn i,p1s l.iiili race prejudices when such exciteTrouble for Edinuiuls. dent, both from benator Locan's go. . the convicts must ii . wa ,.1.,,.1-- c t,,-,-i v wva ,i,.tc w ....ii iv ments and emergencies arise, the New... Snn Vrnout Letter. York '' . manner and language tins atier- - h(i iJiinno i witli hhinkftfi. both After a lull Investigation and ,.n..nrn,i law could be enforced in Uiese niOKTflAN MARBLE W6RK5 u e are to: liave .p-x- n, that he attached more than ' oe(s aiui biakels of the testi- ""vni3ecro-ii- r can otuorvnuoH ; usual importance to the incident, monyand tho tarts, the Committee tins ever be done? mont mis year, wun me uewo-ciat- s Mr. Ldmunds is very glum on the dirty, the beds not huMng leeu unanimously agree that the Mason FARM HICKMAN, KY. &K supplied with fresh straw nor the! ono of these cases, Investigate IUUUI placing a much more imjKir-ta- subject of tho recent republication & Foard Company have failed to blankets washed for several and you find that a number of nepart than they have playedat and (Clinton Street, Corman & Co's Old Slaod ) - properly groes or Chinamen have been kill- any time tnese manv ears. ttt of his letter to t the Eepublican .mmiti,s .mid soma. if not. all the. ..fTt.av.. care for .1 ., furnish .1with. .i A... iiiiiii i ii.i i . .. . : i nfiAt.nl . :i mi .l. it iiiiii'nihiii i i.jiiiiiiilll.l.. ij rT i.Liiriiiii I 'ntmittt nn iiuu id iiuv i i .1 nun n iturarc iiiiml:iiiii i nuiin inn ed, and in some instances some niuuds and aim.ttliiiuiidsljbe uu.w XO t convicts at the Greenwood and white-men- , DEALER IS and you also find that ion as to the motiv"cs that actUilt0 The convicts are not allowed to Jellico mines and have failed to r negroes or Chinamen have by iimf1 Sk"1!;!!" t?,oC PdiiiSlR the Italtan and American Mabbl its present appearance. There is wash their LaiI,Is and faces in the furnish them suitable and com- their acts, conduct and talk, built rortab,e to past w tluriws the but iU0 ,,urri,d t0 a MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAY? up,tho excited state of mind that SowtaweT lhQ led to the killing, and also the SJtTn i thi vtL ?l,e JiS tl,C a,,egc1 and it is fpretty RcSub' breakfast iu a shed room winter. Said convicts have been STONES. safe to with a dirt iloor. Their breakfast maltreated and exqesshely state of mind that results in the itP h,p rovono invl lican party, say that Gen. Logan does not in- - consists of coffee, bread and fat.ished. Said company has not pro-p- i received a fine lot of Ana law not being enforced. If a ue lorcen 10 scow toml tn nnniP nut. !it tlift inttnm. ouaun at HAVING Italian Marble, I aw py , .. .1'. .i... uiriuii. v i.liwl .....t .,t I. ....... f7..t.il,ln o... . -- . .uuviiuu.!, cl...l. Mongolian kills a Caucasian, every their hands last iisieiiii. uuiiKeii uie luiv i.r. as pared to fill all orderB. Call and eza tor and lodsinjrs. Tho committee Durin; weather the white man feels like resenting it work What the effect The Texas ISaitle. frequently frozen. - The . convicts say the system of leasing convicts J have Fecurod. permanently, one of the finest workmen in the Stale, and will make ur Orders from the country promptly against every Chinaman ; and if a of a general cams may'-'-u colored man is killed by a white paign in the State may be upon At Fort Worth, Texas, an effort are then seut into the mines, each to bo worked outside the peniten roofing and tinning a f jKjeialty. Motto I will net be undersold, even in larger cities. was made recently to take out a taking with him a jrieco of corn tiary is wrong. It destroys frte man, the colored people think that the political fortunes of thesejva-riou- s labor and does not benefit the it is a blow at their race. The gentlemen is not yet certain, train over tho Missouri Pacific bread and a slice of bacon for his . poor colored man usually comes but at present all of them except road. Sheriff Maddox, with twen- dinner. In the evening when they State. Tho system should be DEALVIl IX abandoned, aud thecomiets reout worsted in these race affrays, Poland are supposed to be parti- ty armed deputies, guarded the come out of the mines they are and al- turned to the prison. The com nuil when once started many inno- sans of Senator Edmunds. Should train, while 1,500 persons had as inarched into the stockade cent ones arc caused to suffer, and the home opposition to Edmunds sembled owing to the Sheriff s lowed to wash in troughs, no tow- mittee were greatly assisted ine their labors by Capt. W. F. Dand-ridgASD AISO. iu this latter fact rests the great continue to grow as it has in the threat that "he would send the els being furnished them. and doe F. Foard, of the wrong. train outordie." Two miles south The committee finds no fault yets, Seinef Lines, Hooks, and all'krnd past two months it is altogether of dialling Tackle and Supplies, at a bar But after we admit all these probable that Vermont's great po- of tho city, the posse was attack- with the clothes of the convicts. Mason & Foard Company. These gain. Groceries and Family Supplier gea things, where is the remedy ? ed and a regular battle ensued, They say the convicts aro closely gentlemen, the committee think, litical idol will at last be shattered. erally. (Corner of Jackson aud Kentucky Streets,) 100 shots being tired, re- confined all day Sunday in the did not personally sanction any ol The raco prejudicois far strongabout the abuses poited out. sulting in the killing outright of prison, and have er iu the colored people than it is It. A. Buh:;ett, NEW x FIRM. in the whites, as is shown by their For Congress in the First Di- special officer Sneed, and the fatal SO RELIGIOUS TEACHING F. M. Clement, wounding of special officers Ful- close standing together on all pubstrict. of anv kind. The hos Jno. II. Wilson, LTTUS,' ford and Townsend Three of tho or service lic questious. For instance white CARLISLE & pital is badly ventilated and poorMouitor. ,1no. P. Newman, men differ ou any public question attacking party ate thought to ly furnished. Tho food furnished OPENED, withnew STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. and written, It Jas. Denton. that may arise, aud vote differ- that has been said, aspirants for have been wounded also. Tho the convicts may be wholesome JUST reasonable. Patronage solicited. there aro three It. W. Creal. aei to Fort Worth car- enough, ently but colored men stand in a We train returned but it is very coarse and Congress in this district. rying the killed and wounded off- badly cooked, and in tho judgment body together, and with rare no que6tiou can bo have made some effort to learn icers. One in a position to know, of the committee is insufficient. Rev. Allen Allenswortii, Conoct30-18urougnt torwara mat wm cause tho names of these embryo ascer- states that "no train will be allow- The requirements of the law as to colored, of Bowling Green, who gressmen, but so far have Paxox them to thiuk differently, or vote an ample supply of vegetable diet politically is as Biack as his skin, It is ed to pass over the Missouri AU kinds of Farm Machinery, Plow?r otherwise than in a solid body. tained nothing astisfactory. been cific until the demand of the strik- have not been complied with : the lias teen given a comfortable place Implemcnta, Wagons, &c, repaired c White people can only interpret nossiblo that a slate has to the ers has been acceded to." short notice and workmanlike manner. clothing of the convicts was great- by Mr. Cleveland. made, but as yet its face is this as the result of race preju- wall, ZSf.New Wagons, &c made to order-marly insufficient for cold weather, and tho writing cannot be dice upou the part of the colored TontY Waruen and Tommy and they must havo suffered inMANUFACTURERSOF C0lim.SS2O5EKaS SALE. lj.an, aud so long as it remains bo read, except by those who read Barnes, two feather-weigh- t pugilfroui memory. The probable fate ists, fought in Henry county, on tensely. it will have the effect of inciting As of these daisies and keeping alive prejudice upon flowers which will be like the the 28th of March. Public senti- there to the punishment inflicted, Fulton Circuit Court, Ky. seems to havo been no rule are boru under a ment had undergone such a revol25cts Lower tlian tlie Lowes the part of the whites toward summer rail-pil- e they will perish ution in Louisville and Joffcrson-vill- e nor restriction fixed by any one, E. Linden, Plaintiff, l have no clerk expansss no store re them. AOAIXbT iu their own sweetness aud never and pay cuBh for all ray Groceries, auJ prize fight, but the whole matter was left to Bullard k Bryson Deft's. These are situations greatly to sinco the first hcrefqre can sell as cheap as the ohefcp autumn sun. William which occured several weeks ago, the discretion of the Wardens, regretted, aud all good men behold the has be and order of! JJv virtus the at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lea dupoml, fdiould exert their influence to J. Stone of Democracy in this that they wero afraid to attempt whoso position and wages quantity Saleof Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at j l.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low prevent such occurrences, and it standardand led the part to victory to fight in either of said cities, to a great extent, on the JOHN WITTING. the Fubruarj term thereof, lobo, in the district nuuer tne above catide, fr the sum of nine thotipand Warren, the Louisville champion, of coal they can, is hoped that the increasing intel out ot the quagmire of demagofjry won tho fight. DREAD A2D TERROR OF THE STRAP, and ei"hty three dollars and lOcis, with ki ligence and education will to some and domestic division. He has tereijtat the rate of Gper cent, per aim inn HOW TO SAVEIJONEY." extent gradually remove the placed it above compel the convicts to get out from the day of until paid, and of the dogmatism causes. There was a bale of cotton sold daily. Tho punishment inflicted, S302 Socts, costs hereiu, I shall proceed ono man, and stands in the We are Wholesale Headquarters lor s.1 sale at tlie Court house door, in Co. Va., last with the exception of two men halls of Congress in full harmony in Tucker oldest bale in week said suspended by the wrists, was with to offer fur Kv.. to the liitheht bidder, at grades of Hici'rn .:- bo the world. TnuSew York Herald's Wash- with the great national party. The to wastho l. .,!,.. !, Mil, ,).,. CHEWING, EMM TOBACCO and ClttU buried in '03, and was un- a stran ot heavy icainer, two men- - 'uuiie aucuo. cqrreRpoudent declares disinthrallment of tho party has Tt ington &y" earthed and found to be in perfect es .id. .ui iwo feet lo,,? attaoh- and will job to dealers only at Factc.-that the President's threat that if been, of great benefit, atul Capt-Ston- state of preservation. It sold at ed ton heavy stock, bare J, nnii prices; also the ,f eighteen tho senate pushed him too hard he should bo allowed to enjoy S -1 cents per pound and it was a back of tho convict, tho lashes n.nt.ii, t MiP followingtncive and property described DdalScoicbadSunsrioiScotsliSOi would disclose what would make the fruits of his labor. We think X3ST 1 large steam naw mill, boiler and fifty, laid by senators of both parties very un- that Stone should, by common curious coincident that this was being from two to punishmentonwas engine located "I'O" the S. W. ijuarler ot the best iu the market. We also kif- con3tantly ,on hand n choice selcctie-Itcomfortable, settled the recent dis- consent, havo tho race alone the lowest price that cotton has a stout man. The offenses, wct, and ali the ash such secnou 35, T. 1, 6, for trivial ita of Family Groceries, Confectionerie and pute about secret papers. 3ivo or against those who may oppose tho reached sincewould interment, at frequently bread left at breakfast and walnut timber on the N. K. quarter of have brought as taking Kwhich time it rruiw, wiiicq we win sen very iow for T 1. GtweSt' 'I80..01! 5h.e section six Republican senatorsat once de- party. If the Republicans thiuk the cash. Please call and see us. all kinds and talking after going to bed at merchniitabte timber of any 7octs per pound. clared in private conversation that they can beat him, let them" try it greater part of the upon the ' W l"artcr ol section 3G T. 1, night. Tho riHlUA. & DeBOW. it was foolish to make a tight on alone. If any one man in tlie disthe following lands in litis Geokge Scovill, who defend- punishments were for the failure K 0 County Ky , and in the following the President. trict thiks ho holds the party whip, Fulton PATENT described as follows Guiteau.has of the convicts to dig and send order named. ml ed his brother-in-law- , let him crack it. The d Saddlery aijd Harness out of the iniiies the quantity of Chicago in S. W. and N. W. uuariCM of The seut Blaine's friends make pro- veteran in war and peace need uot been of theto jail in of $15 weekly coal allotted to them as a daily W. UieX. E. and Abdominal payment . I uppcris m T? "'"Uli ov, - l.R.6. rl 'P .. it , V clamation that he is in the field fear tne sound. -divorced wife. He task, and the performance of such a-heE. nuarts "S. L.... , ..of section MEDICINES' alimony to his quarters Eepublican nomination in for the SW.and sf . qr to ask any one to go up- a task was in many instances a "15 T ... ;and 6 W, the 'SS. They say they will begin PLUIjMER & FARRISS,'The Owensboro Messenger declines bond, and insists that the physical impossibility. Uc V to 1 0. VV' a,,a the N W V his of early, and rally their old forces iu says: "Ever smco the first of on ruoNTns. section 5. - XV. V, A. . I'lii" Jaclcson St , opposile Courier Office , his support before they become the session of the Legislature prosecution against him is simply 343 thrashings in six c has mice, the purchaser, with approved - - - KY. From Sept. o, 18S5, to March 13, a persecution. IIICKHAN, can- there has been talk of a bond. dispersed in support of other :.:M ...not crofiiift -'political 1SS0, the prison register shows surety or fccur.. frm;he day They will take a hand in slate7 for the State campaign of didates. A WELL selected stock of Saddles at"-whippings of con- nl, i lcga '"lere.st and effect to set Ins and Legislative 18S7. On this slate it is allpcred Harness. 2sew work mado to ordeiv,. TDILET kRTICLES Blaise is begining Republican there were 343 d victs. The backs of some of the o ?.' SgS-- BJM?i" term?. campaigns, where there is a chance wu me. names oi a.iueri Prompt attention given to v o.'iierry, trap to capture tho show marks of the strap .iu .J umpiy nomination, and Dem- convicts of strengthening their support. TAYLOR, W. P. of Newport, for Governor; James presidental " 'hOkerjK ttJmtk &c., &c"&c. for weeks atterthe punishment. him bag &c., &c.T &c. lAsrrtai Cojimissioseh. 11 W. Smith, of Louisville, for ocrats should help man leads the One convict was whipped because of anyljind. Helia3 secured the nervicei " i tiz. - rlTxll? tho Amcrantto, . ... .1... The legislative house bill to ap- Lientenant Governor; Barrv South game. If the Maine of that well known and excellent work-J- ? "' ""L" s5? insl' l" "" .r..i. CMo in once more to he complained of being sick, lie Judgment propriate $120,000, in taxes, to ot I'ranktort, for Auditor;"Chas. Republican party Farriss, which of itself .. on the head by Cosu, " struck .' jSTPrescriptiona filled at any Iionr, day or ight. Eing nigbt bell after 10 o'clock, man. Uncle Bobgood anil faithful work. Li- a guarantee of complete the Eddyville pententia Offutt, of Paris, for Attorney Gen tho beach it will bo everlastingly was also boss, cutting his head 7 9385.95 P.M. apr2i ry, us generally endorsed by the oral, aud Kobt. Eumett, ofvfjadiz, done for. By all means let us en- the mine 4' im- w 'horribly. Another convict was Total. lMia- -'' Blaine, boom. , . , tor Treasurer. J courage the . .JSk depress. Tip-toioot i station through Troy to the celebrated gravel hills of Tennessee, member that the bill leaves each and will cross Keelfoot Lake at State absolutely free to accept or the narrows, extending on to mt-- i Tf tho use of tonvillo on tlie Missistiipi river. . 111V WAV &V1VU ti.n nrn Xl wm run mrougu . one oi this money promises CnMi ruin to, fniegt , ... . en ,St t - t, people, the liberties of State of 'freight paying roads iu the South. you ought to urge the Kentucky to refuse her pro rata, and will also afford tourists and access to the cele- but before you do so think over japortsmen easy and fishing grouds Elated hunting , and pray over tho j,,;i;.ifiir f.i,t Kentucky stands fifth in the that Capt. "Wilson, with a delegation of Louisville merchants, called on scale of illiteracy. Gen. John Echols and received from him every assurance Appellate JOislrict of an earlv comnletion of the , We ive, below, a list of counties inghiSAppel.atel)istrict,!r nO e ot the wealthiest men James b. .uottatt, ol and tho number of delegate votes Troy, gives $10,000 in cash to the that each county will be entitlet-- new road. This indicates that the to in the Henderson Convention, citizens of Obion couny are in Tho ratio will be at the rate ot earnest in the matter. one delegate vote to each 200 It is understood that Gen. votes cast for Cleveland and Hen- Echols will bo President; James dricks, at the last Presidential S. Moffatt, Vice President, and fortius Educational bill ;nt, re- missioners' lnt General Hewitt f convict labor arc set furth, the told tho committee that Craig had committee states that it went to been furnished with them. The committee also visited Greenwood, and speaks as follows: tliO"blM-nlltirh- tj J i IjST t caih prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Jot any kind of marketing that the farming friends may bring in. The highest Bar , ket price always paid. J. M. MONTGOMERY & BIO. THE K13POKT. THE MAIN J.ELLICO MINKS, LATEST STYLE'S AH Wool D pes? sale and livery stabli Paekeb," Faris I J j DRSB CI3STGHAM i ,., AND PLAIN PIQUA. Family Groceriei. 1 j i Dan-fridg- e, - i - (Iir2ti fr IIP i- I J. ; first-clas- Who A 1 I i to-nig- ht , -, 1 ,...;,, ,i? .,-;..- til-ito- d ., o. B. KINGMAN, -- '-- .wgi i ! ..w ff a I l)i.Tnjftvsti-o'nelrA''yt--Miideratio- I Hardware, Tinware. IKffiTS. j ut i I - - W ( i n . 1 nSt!,V v,r L,,Sr ! ! li"K . , fr ...i , pro-Edmun('- tlt. !. anti-Edmund- s. HOOFING, do. anti-Edmund- E. CASE, lew S3 Family Groceries; HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Maj-flel- W. G. KINGMAN. HI lim IP, 5 HERTWECKBALTZER & CO. 3 Groceries 1 le to-da- y I e 1- tTi to-wi- t3-- ...." Hickman Kentucky. "-- -j. . J. W. COWG1LL., DEALEB y n - - DRUGS, Trusses i one-legge- de-fan- lt -- - 1 Ml iCImim 1- X- IAINT S - "-- -,' ,-- i j1 i I.- yftlf mk&i .t4k REPAIKIKG -- 0 huiftirt&m . .fit . rf kh J ti - - 4f if V sjfrfS u. M i AfciWfSWVt ffr a.