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THE HICKMA Tlio OWlewt Newsj)ii fir-.- - Fine Job Printing EXECUTED t COURIER it jsBm i With Neatness and Dispatch. ;W Jmajy r5mmmLr' " AXB BILLS, BWVELOPE8, L2TlB-HSADj-3Bir,I,.i3CE-A.pS. :JaKal ids isr pOWJM,Wo etti-i- i ' Jveutuclt r "Sjt HUGE F SUBSCRIPTION, ausa ' is ESTABSHEI)!1859. THE KNIGHTS IN EARNEST. IttCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, TIEE STBIKE. KElFCE: v, FRIDAY. XitM Mfflfcsi H 1'XT'S HI Ipillf ie" Ifciti THE COMMONWEALTH. Trash Common lugs, Medium lugs finixl iugs, rommon Jeaf Good lciit VOL.' FhYING BULLETS. Xxfl TJJ.BILL. ETC., 3STOU TTt - w ij t'i i 'K y result ha.l it not oDsiinato attitude of Mr. vi rtoxie, who, it is understood, tendered hi resignation rather than consent to sul- me ease " arbitration. A swenty or thirty men were seen e. short correspondent calledti on General Master BOY SCOUTS. ; distance aw ay and Williams ordered them orkman Powderly to ascertain his Yiewd on the matter, but tht labor rhieT saidhd out, saying that he was there to guard v I property and would do it if he fell in tho i:ight Hoys Anil'itiouH for Frontier Ufc prefewil to fhe .subject his bracks. Some ona from the crowd OueSliot fatally In the HeiulJVhllA ideril- tn ileeplv at Was B"TSi replied: "Well. dio then," buihess, ami sid that he has and telieanin. sin irregular h..d to work evei--shooting between tho past deputies and assailants began. rniWDELriiM, Pa., April il.'iiuflalo seven years. While Siindav for the give " he declined to hundred shots were tired, Bill" was accidenbijly shit in the head on any definite expression on tho situation in " ant llliams was dangerously wounded bv Satunlay Hut the Southwest, Mr. Powderly snid a ball in the right side, and one or tw ThQ psrsonator and seriously wounded. cerely hoped there would he an early he sinsettleof the famous scout ment of tho djfHrtllly, other lesser wounds in otberportions of t,i for in this instance was George W. Bran- courrtibd. Ho apfoared the sake of all iKxly. Thu mob soon after fled. It fi, to be deeply that several were womnted, but ii son, aged eleven years, and the sfotl touched by the tragic turn of affairs in t.v- Wtbov were tjiknYi was fired by Adolph Maytr, aged St. Louis, but declined to enter on i.: comrades. Sheriff AVorthen Was telephoned.and fifteen years. Hie uotim occnrreil nn any discussion of the subject in detail. L. iiurnedly ColleCtl a nosse nml , . T "vii. y "rKiui. .ear me south end of the uici tho New Jersey Mde of the Delaware, Iron ht Tho accident resulted AFTER TWENTY-FOUYEAR& fountain railroad bridge, three men wera near the and arreted. One, Charles Stepp, in revealing a scheme upon the part of a A Daughter I'lmU Her Mother Wlionk Slui bada doubled barrelled shorgtm; nnotliVr, n'dnuier of Iwys residing in the Had Sot feell SlnOe A H.lhe-oo.c, a ticket agent, was intoxicated section of the city to take a trip to tho and abusive, and locked up in the bridge ticket famous West and depopulate the buffnlos, X. Y.. April 12 -- In . Vuice!, Afs.tronS RUrd placel about There were eight boys in the gang. One ot Fillmore-- Of ItataVia, married a 19 Julius them Miss Ramand no), and obtaining some stole S'JU from father and the.V Iwighfc sey. Of this town. A child was born to an engine ami cur. Yv'iltiams and the four cheap guns and went across thti river prisoners were brought to tho citv. Everv to try them. They were having a skinni'.bi them ill 1S00. Fillmore and his wife did Indian fashion. When Branson was shot; not live happily together. 9uie thi" moniiug. "William;' The Shortly after wound is likely to prove falaL condition is critical. the birth of their child Fillmore left his wife and began proceedings for divorce. l 1 ending decision CleVefand tfeedless of a Warning. in the case Fillmore enBASTINADOED. listed in the army. Mrs. Fillmore agreed to Wa?iixgtox, April 11. Notwithstand-Ih- g give the child to his parents when it was A rmiiiit Woman Cripules a Chllil fnr the warnings that he has frequently two years old. Fillmore was killed in the Life. received from physicians since Sec- army When his child was a girl two years niciiroKii, t., April 9. Mrs X. P. old its grandparents demanded possession Sweet was arrested Wednesday at the in- - retary Manning was stricken down, of it. but the mother refused to give her up. President Cleveland takes no more exer She finally surrendered tho child to 01 xuobtate Tor cruelty to a littlo tho :girl she took from the a to caro to his desk with the tenncitv that is his grandparents for wasmoney consideration. 1 ue cana s name riara. fcihe grew up for as her own. After keeping tho several weeks, she returned her tochild most conspicious characteristic The Pres- in Batavia, received ati excellent educatho ident's habits of labor seem to be so fixed tion, and was popular ill the best societv. in a disabled condition. Jnveie She was kept ill ignorance of her inotherfi that can tigation showed that Mrs. Sweet whipped son, theyhe not be changed for any rea- existence. and Jaiiies Caswell, a voung tells that the girl thirty times, and that idio stuffed use in talking tohis friends ho there is HO preacher, lived in Batavia He was him that knows what nor mouth with rags, then Iiound her nnd he can do and he is going to do it. married to tho daughter of a prominent bastinadoed her feet until girl was farmer of the town of Alexandre Three at 6 p. m. crippled for life. It was one tho the mo-.- t of Hook. The silver bill was years ago he disappeared Miss Fillmore Kepus casear ofcruolty ever, perpe- Bank Officer Arrptlil.debated all "Jisjjnr at the time, r.'. -- . found that Xaswell same thegirland it was agreed unon the afternoon, until the tlmo iratea nera. The woman Avas placed under for tiiLimr n tnir itn.i Peoria, III., April ll. WmlrbesJ'tho una" had'gohV A11 amendmcntffirod;hjBlhbItfTs;U'i5ns ) on.lsforher appearance at tho County of Elmwood Township, who, away together. They were traced to a pending further coinage of silver under tho JTJrj2KSHl?f?Tft town in Ohio, where Caswell was occupy8L!'.i2,'r'""c l,,5rc he'must producoPn,jrprei3 Bland act after July 1, 18S, was defeated the day before tho collapso of the bank of ing the pulpit of ffclu fhrm of certificate 'n Kiiglish, Igsued'' S4. 'M. a A Tracy & Co., at Elmwood. deposited ?7,5fX) couple fled from the Baptist church. Tfii j eas bill, nays it was vote was then taken on 11 the htne-- e tiovenmient If there be at Logan Threatened Wilh Boycott and defeated yeas KM, nays ns place of res dence no place." Caswell sub tho representative Of "Washington, April (h na compett tit lntot in- of county funds in that institution, yester- sequently deserted Miss Fillmore." She re- Id. Washington, April 9. Skvatk. The newty. ificate, ho can to issue such form of Iscertstance of threatened "boycotting" is said day caused the "arrest of Harlan 1. Tracy turned to her grandparents, professing real obtain by nnd from to be in nn anonymous letter received by and F. B. Tracy, the bankers, on the chargo penitence, but they refused to receive her. Bppolntetl Senator sworn In California, Mr. tils law iniiustly debarred rrom entry to till the Since then she has worked as n servant Gcorso Henrst. was l to the t'li ted Stales be ng. There of embezzlement. Forbes claims that ha in Buffalo and adjoining Mrs. Logan. Mrs. Logan is one of the laterm of the late Senator Miller. M tl refore. ho prov sum ti vhich such plnres. ready dies interested hi the Garfield Memorial was was to deposit the money in Peoria, name of Clara Bell Thompson. Under thfl ltlddleberirer called up Mr. Piatt's resolution ptr oils mav prove the r ei mpte the Sec Hometime relative jo open executive session- -. It Was but persuaded bv Tracy to'putit in his ago, learning that her Hospital, for the benefit of which it is ntr of the Treasury undcitook to remedy father hail subject to give the calico ball at tho Chiiie-- o institution, the bankers knowing at the killed in the army, she applied for a lwvn proposed tt make the but no the special was tie omission bv recogn ( ng as lawful certifipen next, time that conclusion cates those Issued onsiils or legation building. The w riter warns .Mrs. They were it was to cloo the next day. MOti. It was thetl learned that a pension arrived Monday House bill providing for free diplomat c olticers n b the hinesc port when at. The foreign released on $5,000 bail. hud already been gi anted to the girl's transmission through the mnllsor weather advised bv the 1'ii'led States onsul Th-tf?.r Lert0 P( under the roof of tho Chinese Minister will I an indication tnotheh, which Was the first intimation she reports wascalled up and debated, but no acapplication of the spirit of thn seems a jo-that she sympathises with Chinese immihad that her mother was alive. The latter tion was taken. Mr. Frye took thn Door on lxw. He. however, went coud thospirit of Surveyors Drowned. gration, and the laboring men of the counthe nhene question and spoke until 3 p. in. the aet by providing a c rcular dated Janu had married, some years a man Richmond, Va., April 11. liiformation named John Truelovc a w ellbefore, n builder The Washington Territory' Admission bill was iry 14. IhSS. for or gmal issuance of such try will in consequence "bovcott" General know taken up. Jogan in has political aspirations. Tho has been received hore of the drowning of of Attica. The daughter at once hunted her 6utlragc to The Bustis amendment limiting Certificate bv the l"n tod stales Consul at tho male In writer is supposed to be a crank. three members of a surveying party whilo mother up, and a joyful reunion was the 13; nays. 25. Atcitizensp.was rejected Yeas, port of departureTor thei nbenceot a inter:15 m. the Senate it reptesentiitive clear that tho crossing the New river at Suuny Side, W. result. The long separated mother and until vention of thoTried states ( onul was ind Va. Tho party consisted of C J- ad Wm. daughter are well pleased with each other. House. A night session was ordered for tended bv the net to bo supervisory only. It Three Dying. Mrs. has therefore, to amend th s deliver eulogies on Erih, Pa., April 9. The family of Henry Hood, P. H. nnd Sam Quimby, W. A. Miss Truelove has no other rhildron. n.1.1 the 13th of May, to Hahn. of Louisiana. the became necessary, was done on the illmore of late Hepresentative A McLaughlin was seised with convulsions Haybes and a negro ferryman. U. J. Hood be a happy home. found what promises to resolution was adopted calling on the Secre- circular, and th'sbv strlk ng out tho clause following, Juno and the Quimbv brothers were drowned by y tary of the Interior for information relative precrih'iig original ceititlcation by l'n ted after dinner. Thy Were found this theupsettingofthebo.it, were in the to discrimination by the roads Mates Consuls. evening in a very precarious condition. employ of the Chesapeake Thev Ohio RailA Romance of the Strike. anil TnbcninplB'nt of the Chinese Minister jn ainst thb Denver and New Orleans railroad. The symptoms indicated vegetable poison-.,n.b- - road Engineers' Department. o committees were called for reports of a bis note of March (. Issrt. Is that (ho Chinese St. Lotis, April 12. A curious result of The vomit rejected had been disposed Sang, of King l.ee .V CO.. Snn ptivatb character.af ter which the House went merchant. having the striko is one of Martin Irons' recent ex- into committee of the whole on the private cal- Francico. i by some interested persons. arrived at San Francisco o poison HoU;r Kong ami exlnh tod a Local Option El Ations In Virgin's can be found auywbcre, nnd great exciteperiences. Said he yesterday: "I last night endar. Several bills were agreed tb. The com- from rose, and Mr. O'Neill asked unanimous of the Cn'tod states Consul at Hong Kotig as ment prevails, for the evidences of nn mittee Richmond, Va., April 11. The first elec- received a letter from Mrs. M. McLaughconsent for tho present consideration of to his status as a merchant, was refused at foul murder are unmistakable. back on street nnd Eighth resolutions reciting tha the House of Repre- perinlss W to land anil en: wns to Hong Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin and the eldest tions under the local option law passed by lin, of nsiiltlc cut Kong daughter can not live till morning, but the the last Legislature took place yesterday avenue, South Brooklyn. She writes that sentatives of the 1'nlted Stntes sympathized under the lille his certificate Is to be remeni present law. it with Mr. Gladstone In his other threo children mav recover. Xo cause at Floyd Court House and Wytheville. At she has read of a man named Martin Irons free Parliament for tho efforts to secure a berod that there is nt Hong Kong no repre people of Ireland, tho first named place tho "dry" morement Tor the crime can be conjectured. competent to Issue, tho of is in the St. Louis was defeated, while in the iHtter the "dry" who she figuring if he is lyr brother, strikes, and congratulating that country on Its pros, tentativecert China (lento and Mr. Cox. ot North required wonders of that poets for men were victorious b3- a small majority, name, from whom she The intent or Congress to execute the the House has not heard Carolina, objected. At 5 French Riot. and consequently no license will be issued for twenty years. Well, 1 am the brother. took a recess until 7:30 p. o'clock the evening treatv Is thus defeated an-- cndlt ons nre m. At - Ltons, April 9. A in that town. pension bills w ere passed. exaoted bv the act li ch :n the w.ird of the session tw . fatal riot occurred in She tells the circumstances of our family Supreme Court, are phvsicallv unposs tile ' This anomalous feature should this city history, so that there is no doubt about it. At S:15 adjourned uutil at Giraud's silk mills. A Washinoton, April Petitions to perform In I had not heard from her nor she from me recurrence or and a number of gendarmes atbe reformed Miss Folsom Should Know. were presented from assemblies of the such enses mav order that the t he imputalie avoided and for twenty years. left our Xew tempted to close up the chapel connected Tnov, X. Y., April 11. A prominent Orleans, and afterI the war family in scat- Knights of Labor, proving for the passage of tion removed which would otherwise rest we were vith the mills, and were resisted bv tho young lady of this city the Arbitration bill. The bill for the admis- upon the good faith of the Cnited Slates tn received a tered. It seems that my mother died posoerntiyes and local residents, and an" open sion of Washington Territory ns a State was solemn engagements tight ensued. The populace, the major letter from a Buffalo lady, the latter a sessed of considerable property, and they passed yeas 30, nays 13. The Senate adjourn- the execution of their Giiovkr CLEVei.A.NO. Hrtion of whom were women, used stones warm personal friend of Miss Folsom. Tho advertised far and near for me, that I ed until Atonday. House. In the House a number of bills and sticks, and the soldiers used their arms. letter states that Miss Folsom has informed might take my share us heir. But I never for the construction of bridges and tho One womau was shot dead, and a number herintimnte friends of her marriage en- saw the advertisement." Plantation Philosophy. ol lighthouses were passed, and were wounded. The and three gagement to President Cleveland Tho at 5:15 p. in. the House adjourned. 01 his stindunnes were wounded. t me for the ceremony has not beea defEngineer and Fireman Killed. WASIttNOTON, April 12. SENATK.-5- lr. Oib-initely fixed. Pittsburgh, Pa., April 12. A freight son (La.) was appointed a member of ComDe hones' tear is de jewelry ol) de Judge Baxter's Probable Successor. train coming west on the Baltimore A: Ohio mittee on Commerce In placo of Jones (Kla.) soul. Washington, April 9. There is good reaA Woman Goes Gunning. road last night at S :30 o'clock, ran into a dur ng temporary absence of the latter. Mr. Do tongue dat will toll a Ho will lick son for believing that the President will moved to take up Sedalia, Mo., April 11. At two o'clock landslide thirty miles east of Connellsville, Ttiddlebargcr to the consideration the resolu- s 'lasses dat don't 'long to it. appoint Senator Jackson, of Tennessee, as yesterday afternoon a woman named Mar- Pa. The engine and seven cars were tions relating of in open session and proceed to spcak.The It ain't do little scrub man dat is de U. S. Circuit Judge, in place of Judge Bax- tin discharged thrown from the track and badly wrecked. Chair declared th motion not debatable. On leas' account. Sometimes de bigges' tho contents of a at John Coffnian, the engineer, was killed, an appeal from this decision the Chair w as suster, deceased. Thetfixth Circuit includes deputy sheriff Hogan,who was doing guard and tho the btates Of Michigan, Ohio,. Kentucky whose name could not bo tained. Mr. Piatt obtained unanimous consent stalk in de field niu't got 110 corn on it, and Tennessee. Senator Jackson's term duty near the M.ssouri Pacific shopi She learned, fireman, on his to address the Senate In de eyes oh de worl' do death ob a was fatally injured. relating to open executive sessions. po' man is a pity, but de death ob n rich expires next March. He received a clas- failed to bringdown her game. The woman The Indian Appropriation hill was then taken sical education nnd graduated in the law claims that Hogan visited her house and up. At 1:4.F p m. the Senate went into exec- nun is c'liumty. A Smallpox Scare. in IMS. He served twice on the Supremo grossly insulted her, and she resolved to utive session. At 2:A0 p. m. tho doors were! kill him. She wns not arrested. . When a innu niu't got do money it is iiench of the State by appointments. SpRiNcriELD, III., April 12. Several reopened, and a recess of twenty minutes cases of smallpox, existing at Carnii, have taiccn 10 review me parade 01 District Vet dobery time dat folks wiiutu him ter pay Singular and Fatal Accident. A4e&t PriatiBg Contract oi Record. such erans. Alter tnc recess the Indian Ippropri-th- e n debt. Ef he's got plenty ob money it nlanned the citizens of that Pottstown, Pa., April 10. Davis Arnoles, nn extent that tho assistance place to Stato uuuu uiii was passeti, ami at it p. in Sen- - doan make so much difference. Philadelphia, April 9. Tho Feister the employed on Ivleine's farm, near Coventry-vill- authorities has been sought toofestablish a aie nujourncu tariff bill was Dar neber was a man dat was such a Press Company, of this city, House. Tho signed Chester County, in attempting to quarantine. Some cases are also reported panied by the report of the reported, accom- dead beat dat he could stan' off de colcontracts with A. H. Warner, of Rochester, majority of the Ways and Means Committee. Mr. McKinley lector ob death. When natur' presents N. Y., for the largest printing contract on catch a barn door which had been loosened at Champaign. by tho wind and waa about to fall, was presented the views of tho minority. The record. It is for forty million thirtv-twstruck Committee on Hules reported a resolution pro- do bill de man doan dispute de figgera. page pampniets ana lour hundred million juries. on tho head and received fatal inPeculiar and Fatal Accident. viding for a committee of seven mcmlter to I 'spise ter sco folks pay mos' 'toution His skull was crushed, and his body circulars. The amount of money Elgin, 111., April 12. At Horton Gillis' conduct an investigation of tho present labor ter de 'omnu what is de les' dressed. involved in this transaction is SsOO.OX). leu. immijiiu Hum mo uiJsaown. troubles In the West. The committee is to re- De creamery, near Harvard, a cream Fart of the work will be done in this city peacock is got finer clothes dan de during the A $100,000 Fire. separator burst, woundintr five men. One. port was adopted present session. The resoluand the remainder on Feister presses in tion without division. I'ndcrthe dominicter England and Germany. Lawuenck, Mass., April 1L- -A portion oonnson, nas since mea, ana one other is call of States bills and resolutions were intro- good ter habhen, but sho ain't haf eo aroun' de luui'-educed. The Committee on the District of of Pemberton cotton mills, burned Satur- fatally hurt. Although hope is de suthin' dat hoi's Columbia then took the floor. A Senate bill, Boy Guillotined. day. Loss, 100.000. Fifteen men were to protect the rights of the Cnited States in a piisson up, yit it ken bo 'bused. Be Judge Baxter's Successor. Faris, April 9. Tho juvenile vagabond buried by the falling of the roof, one being the Potomac Hats as amended, prohibiting the lzy man is full ob hope an' sets in de who was convicted of the murder of a killed and the others seriously injured, WAsniNr.TON, April 12. Senator Jack-.oexpenditure of money for the improvements workman on Champ de" Mars was executed beven hundred persons aie thrown out until the title to tho lands shall have been set- shade, while do 'dnstriotts man, what of Tennessee, has been nominated and tled, was taken up. y Tho with the guillotine. confirmed to succeed the late Judge Bax-te- The District of Columbia bill was passed. aia't got sc much, chops do weeds outes bill was also de cotton. passed. Another Plot to Assassinate the Czar. Moody to Follow Janes and Small. m Sr.PETERsncRO, April A few years ago this town had Chicago, April 9. A committee has been intended Foolscap Paper. Ihere was no clock in the hotel appointed by tho evangelical ministers to journey of the Crar to Nova Tscherkask, to only one physician, and ho not a reguparlor. The young man had no watch. proceed immediately to Charleston, S. C., present his son to the Cossacks as their lar practitioner. Then only a small Paper of this kind and size had from Neither had the young woman on for the purpose of inviting Dwight L. chief, has been prevented by the discovery plot answered for a cemetery. Xow Moody to come to Chicago ami continue of a dynamite plot to the thirteenth to the seventeenth cen- whom he was making a visitation. assassinate the Imthere are any number of regular physithe work begun here bv Sam Jones and perial party. A Cossack tury, a water-mar- k representing a fool' They had been talking about bores. officer and his cians, and the graveyard is full, and Sam Small. Tho intention is to have Mr. blJ.beu haYe en arrested ia connection the town has purchased fifty head, ornamented with a cap and bells, "I meet a good many," he said. Moody conduct a series ot mammoth meetacres J. crime. They are believed to be additional. San Bernardino (Cal.) such as the jesters of the old nobility don't," she responded. "That is I ings here, commencing April IS. kihilist agents. don't before ten o'clock in the evenTimes. used to wear. It has been intimated ing." Sympathy for Ireland. "Ah," ho said significantly, Italians Arrestee that the idea was suggested by a corrupDes Moines, Iowa, April 9. The Iowa '()," A new gold country is said to have tion of the Italian name for this size of "it is about nine o'clock now." Cincinnati, April ll.-Legislature evening ten a joint she said, forgetfully, "is it so earlv? I with the people of Ire- Italian street vendors were errested been discovered by a shipwrecked paper d meaning thought it was half-pacharged with having in their possession French sailor in Patagonia, between ten at land in their efforts to secure sheet. But this is not probable, as such Then he got up and went away. least." and passing counterfeit coin. Wash' the Straits of Magellan and the River an error would not have occurred ex' Gallegos. The man had collected cept among those speaking the English mgton. Critic. BhsIress Failures. They Blei Hi m m from the sands a little fortune when language, and this paper wius not made VfW York; April 9. The business fail-TThe Stamford Cornet, in order to "Waldex, Mass., Aoril Rich taken ofl the coast by a steamer. daring tho last seven days number for ardson, jr., a broker, was in England until nearly tho close of the hoax some Xorwalk newspapers that arrested the United States ITS, and for Canada 42, charged with obtaining mosey sixteenth century. Up to that time it nre making too free with its news, Land in Connecticut upon which was manufactured in under false giast a totaL of 214 last week, and 221 pretenses from Dr. Natbaaiel French, and started the pine trees were planted a few the Netherlands only. France, Italy the Jay of that stor" printed who other the week previous. The failures are light a prominent a Xorwnlk man The use o"f eloped resident. Ricfcardson's ia every section of the country except in years 3go, is now worth one hundred foolscap water-maromplic-&.killed Western'and Pacific States and in Can-orWi9fhi?.Jfrmted fcr younger.- dollars an acre for its timber. Ifarl' the beginning kof the was given up about 'with his wife's sister, himself. his miswhere the number reported is above eighteenth century. tress, and then shot It now has possessed ke ,uelf of ford Post. the average. owns up that the story was a lie, pure Chicago m of borrowed and simple. Hartford Post. V'Mzikiiiaw Straits Solid Ice. and obUiBeftreyance A darky preacher in Waco, lining to himself and father of A Chautauqua County chceso-makworth out a hymn from memory, said: ,JtACXiXAW, Mjch. April 9. This has nearly 115,000 Mexicans have a passion for mirent to Buffalo the o'ther day and .kewjke warmest day of spring, and the Plupged In a gulf of dark despair, 0f bonds! brought home a line imported Swis rors, and a traveler says that the inYe wretched sinners como out of dar! Imhmmelted qaite rapidly, but it is still French states that lichardeeiSised re-cheese. All praised it but his wife, whOi teriors of some of the city houses look Twyeelid, several teams crossing straight Tmymentoutof agreatiaheritBce which Captain Cannon, who sued tho niter the praise had ceased, said she had like steamboat cabins. He remarks ferey from St. Helena to this place was coming to Ida it Ii Baltimore TTfce Jteejitr of Su Helena Light says there said that American fop twenty thou- found her husband's private mark on also that mirrors are among the combW i wattrr te be Ma freat tare. monest articles in the pawnshops there sand dollars damages for libelt wu the cheese. Ho had paid thirty-thre- e Chktgo Btin. Warded tut cute ft pound for the t very a chwej h "Wo Arc Going to Win Thin Strike If I Takos All tho IUiour r our OrdVr." of Strikers, 4, St. Louis, Mo., April u --Mr. fiiiley and othr4. members ci lh0 Koneral Kllllm-- l'lvc Men and Mortally Wounding Jts rell as prominent local Woman A Deputy Shot and Jvttwhts Of Labor, state quite emphatically Another Ufa ten to Death. Ihht the deputy Sheriffs who 2red on tho peoplo in East fit-- Louis Friday will bo prosecuted o the full cjctent of thelaw. Bt. Louis, April P. This afternoon, aI that plenty of money will bo forthcoming iEast Bt. Louis, a mob visile! the Lctlsvilla for that purpose, and that the b?t legal nd Nashville yards and ordered tho mea talent obtainable will bo tJiiipJoyetL Largo There to quit work. A freight train passed, amounts of mcmJy nre coming now guarded by eight deputy sheriffs, armed to relievo whatever distress here exmay Tilth Winchester rifles. At a street; cross-in- g ist among the striking KTnights. At a fesstones were thrortin at th tival given hero by the Knights of Lobof officers, who responded 'with two vol-ley- s, last night for tho benefit of the strikers 3Ir. T. Ii. Brown, of Now York, oHo, M th0 four men being killed and woman fatally wounded. Tho Deputies a then orators of tho ordpr, Usy the following retreated towards the bridge, followed language: "Jfow, i'A toViclusion, a ord byjho maddened., mob, , At tho bridge ap- nboiit tr4 strike. Let iue y that tho proach, a deputvshot and killed nn Oeneral lixecutive Board ot the KiiighU of Labor have entered into this ttflke, sent man. Tho officers surrendered protection to the St. Louis police. Onefor and wo are going to win. We are coin? of to win jtho sheriffs is reported shot and another this strike if it takw nil the lieaten to death. Illinois militia is being resources of the order tn insure suc hurried to tho scene. A few cars loaded cess. That is the Bi2e of it, and they with hay were burned in the Louisville can mako their minds up to that. Wo and Anshville yards, but no further dam- know this, that if wo are beaten in thU age was done. At niidnirht-quiethe men who work for railroads will had been restored. not be able to call their souls thir own. They will be as bad as tho coachmau of Little Rock, Ark., April Jay Gould. They dress him up like one of 2l!?SSPb thk corning. those ftaughterj TOWwais.whohns badebargo and onmonkeysis on an organwhrca shows cockade, ,lPtI&s guarding the St. that ho hisahnt a l'hat is where bo want lih- - S0I? is slavo. Iron Mouutain round house machine shops in Argenta, opposite and to get the men. who work on his railroad; this We must win this strike, and after this """ "i'iroacaea 03-U. Uarbv. another trike oti leaJmsr member of the Knights there never will bo "the United Stales, ft anU- - notified to take his will bo a system in UnuM. showing him lesson to or iey vrould bu put that he can not crush tho life out of his emout. W ilhams said: Til take vou in now," and seizing Darby locked him up in ploye" one of tho room?. Just then the outlines of XLlXTli COXtiJiESS, fMsnTMiTo.v, "Deputy Sheriffs Fire Into a Crowd ESSAGE fr.F . Ekecu-tl.ojtoor- d, Quiqt EoigTis and Traffic Is Partially Rostimed. A vWoti . Kavorahte Prosper! f a Sol tlcuifnt of the Unfortunate Dilllriilt)-- . itw t kM-it- o Sr. Lous, Mo., April 12. Tho freight traffic 0:1 the East Side was onlv partially resumed this morning, some of" tho roads not obtaining a sufllcientnumWrof switchmen. At tho Cairo Short hino Kite fiMrht train was enMMit this Biornlng and two Werw this afternoon. At tho Louisville and Xasht .lie one train was sent out in tho forenoon and another before .lark Tlio roiulh Uuh of tit" bridjro, with thO exrerv tionoLthoandHUi are resuming more ippi the old yard and switchmen returned to work At tho Chicago, Burlington ami Quiney all the old men gono back to work but one. At theso have rond two the men are woiking without ntiv guard hatever. tt is assorted here o,,Srti"NrS:,A,,r authority that prtlsts hre how terminYt.on Sf UV,vF,',-,to-da- y. - i- S Dep--TiH"- ' "'; t. ant-railroa-d fJAX,r' L! v weraj Manaor HoxH bloi piT m co,'staut cpmuittw3carion for fdlnr daTf u?ndrvof ing to arrango a effected tl.5, W"ld hny,e lH'eKnight aB between a",e0nd a d tVT " r w..ork conference iat) -- lr?r- - - IVoh-a,V- n-- - '.... Vnt ps-shor- e R north-easter- -- . Atti, , :v-- poor-hou- o Ijoor-hous- o Ba-ti- April C Senate Executive communications were received anil .petitions presented, somo of tho Iattes proteJtlnff aKalntt the "free. slii," Ab arfocii.-flo- n rf tutored citizens of Kansas prayed lor assistance to emigrate to Africa. Tho labor arbitration hill was favorably reported Without amendment Consideration of .Mr. IOfransbll! to increase the army was resumed. Mr. Iiojrnn spoke at leapt n. Th Chair lata before tho Semite a tnixsiutp from the President pn the subject of Chiticyel'mill eratioti Mr. liawiey qbtninwi nc iloqr H,l Ihfj army, blU, b'lt, fcavo way ior oirelitiiO 3'ssloli at 5.p. in. HorsK A communication from the Act ing secretary or the Treasurj di uii-- that 111 payment of silver dollars Is 1at th Tri'imurr at llcittnii A Tsolution was WoptoH. on the Becn-tarof KtatO for jp'ii of till corrcMonil-m- : with u.. rPrauit, Germany. Austiiarvtinwi--other and countries in relation totheexeiu slon of American pork. Hills were reported from committees for the issue of snmll bills; providing for the construction of a licht-housfciipplv steamer for tho Atlantic and Gulf const; for tho establishment or a liirhtship nt the entrance to U10 Chesabbakc Bn: to thcreast (in- PRIeihr-- hf Hih nrtilv? tK hrtncrklfilnff. pnHailt bureaus of thb Navy JJepartlnent; ti Invljsti-frntexisting differences .between, rallioads and their empjoyoa; to prohibit the passngr oflocul and special lalvs in the Territories. e appropriation bill va taken JTiio UP An amendment to increa-- e the item for postal cler. s was lost. An amendment to increase the appropriation for foreign mail service from $.173,(00 to f 425,000. was lot Ki to 1"!. Tho hill was Anally pased, and tho House adjourned. Washington, April Call spoke in favor of his resolution instructing the Committee on Public lands to report a lull forreitliiir all rail-oa- d grants not earned Tho roKiIs Hi Florida wero especially alluded to. The resolution was referred. Mr Hai ley FutijHirtert Jhe arm- - hill, Jlnd argued In hnlntvHfe. A neiicral delmie followed, in .which, Messrs, Teller. Vnn Wvck. HhwIhv and Jyopun participated. At .lo'e).., k a vote was taken on the motion of Mr. Hale to strike out the second section, whii-- provided for an increase of five thousand .en. The motion wns lot by a tie otc S3 to Mr. Gibson, of ,oii!iana, mmttl to add an additional eciion Sect inn 121 ol the llevied Statutes, which now prohibits any person who served the Confederate fio ernnient fnun appointinem to the annv of the Cnited fates jeas 24, nasi"i On "the final vote the hill was beaten W'to 31. HorsE. The President's message on the Chinese question was referred 'o the Committee on Foreign Affairs enhterem V tepoi till tht bill apprOHntinir 5di,'(0 for a pub'le bUildiiitr at an Antouiu, Tex., was aru-cs- l v The river and hartor bill was reported back, and referrc' th the Committee of tl Whole. f May were set aimit for the consideration ot the "free ship" bill. The hill providing for a select commission to Investigate the condition of the Indians was called up, but went over. The Hland b 'I for Iree coinage of silver wa debated by Bland. Norwood and Halne. At 5 p. m. the House took a recess until 7 p. m.. the evenlnz session being fordctmte on the silver question. A vote is expected Washington, April 8. Sente. The Library bill was passed as ir came from the House; also the bill granting to the Hansa-an- d Arkansas Valley IlRllroud Comimnv right of way through Indian Territory The Indian Approplatloii bill was reported with amendments. At 2 p. ra. tht' bill ttir the Hdtnission of Washington Territory Wa laid before the Senate. It wafi atrreed he fisheries resolution should be takUHP The Voorheve amendment, an enabling aet tor the Territory's admission, was defeated j eas 10 to2!navs After further dehiro ly Messrs Hoar. Heck, Piatt. Huticr, Brown and Call, the bill went over, and the Senate adjourned Aflalll TtTt nf tho PrnaMonl'. - Lotdtvlllo Leaf Tobacco Miirkct. IJurieu. DXrkMt llratT. ,. Respecting Treaty. Eights of Ohi: aet..U'otsi ...:il ... 2 5h3 0O 2c 3 Si S3 ... . . S.WC 4 2A i 4 .lcdi'irn leaf . Inljditnal Hardships Una to Amhlgnous IBDd' Drft-cllv- a. . r I'on..,,, Selections Wrapper. Kit .... . . .. . .. . l- 5(W 6 00 5 031 6 00 J UT'tld raj -' 4 ftia 0 5 00 Zi t wa$oo "va 3 75 OtJ CO 6 0O1J 7 0 ShO 7 13 8 OttfC t) 25 0 UXZtl 2S . ooi8 a K 06S18 00315 CO 00 Condltlnns Miys alr i,p. Ible to I'tTfonu.-w- ." THE MKSNAiJK: .. of local bills were passed. H0UKC.--I1- 1 Proceedings of theXegishitnre. vnkioiit, April 3. Senate. A number tho House this morning iho iJliixcTos. April bJiiialtiH ,t!i te-- V. The followln. tl JterenUO nit) Has considered becauso of thb sfriall mteiidniice. and the following bill tjt rf t of tli Cliill-s T'resdlent's inesssif. tlbjerts: 1-d Seiuta yenieidity respecting v.ni pusM. amending title li. Chapter 4, of luenna ... o .f.wnl.f.lnt? ..tavu eases, in to . L'fn. f .. ... .t IlUIISt-- ' k fk ijfcts GtAllfll- -t . ' ll .i. T v vsr'1 .," ' n 'Sim 'on ior oiviru.siuqitu'111 .". this 1110 V V .l undo c r e post-oftic- 1 The'i;d.-jr.thanlla;tho- pro-posin- tr free-eolnap- e - . . orthe rniUMi Slates: 1 tra'umt herew th for the consideration w thnvieu to apiroprlnto lejm of t'dnn-ess- . hltSinln tin preni.so- -. a r if the Seere tary(f S'ute. with eertain orresoiidence toncStig the treaty rights of fhiue si!itt3 older than lahorers, H to go and Owe t'r atli! Ac borne tt li"' eorilltiir Uli hnuiiH! niesjnpp 'if th5 sth pf last I said- - "III thb hp pi cti)h of the acts lately passed t.J of isso, qf the itjim sratlort Of Climc-- e latmrers in the I'mtcJ State, ihdiv lu.-i-l cne of hardship of tho Kx have (ecu rred beyond the ceutlie to reined v and call uv for Judic al deterflinatloii " Theso cus s of Individual Imnlstlp arodueto the amh guous and de fectivt provisions of tho nets ot Congress upprojed respectively on tho 6th of May. of .liiij. ssi. Thejliardshlp has in soms enes been roined"l by the action or the lourts In otlier('iKes"hoever where the phriPt-olngof thcjtatiiles.hus appeared to be conclusive fa n aiij d sicret on on the part of the oltl with the execut in of the law. cers ciarj-'en'it!ed t" fr-('hirer porsoltt tdmiMCn utiilf-- the trnt hnyb been landing Iwck to the Country ,IJiirilrl nbentt they oaino. witliout any oi'"rlun tv to show their ntrlit to their priviinreoi free mirn-s- - and tviess which it was the purpose of the tn-a- t t'i secure In the 'alf imj-'- of 0110 of the decis oris of the I ourt. to h eh I have referred: Sliprepe "Tu$ supposition should not be indulged to ra'thfullv that Cnj;u-ss- . nil le prote-s.iiexccyl) the treatj stipulH t onsaml recog nlring-lhn they secure to a fact that c!bs3 the r ht toiro from and to the 1'nite I States intended to make its protection deons pend apon the performance of which it was p' yslcallj impossible to perform. M'nited Mnies reports IsSi niMsued an Thetct of .Inly .", ii rhuifitioti i'fov d Ug for tho proper certltlcate. tit under dim hinefl travelers of the cxeuitpcd classes (n the cjses niQt bljelj; to ark.O n ordinary Artioie 1 of tho Commfreal lutorcourse treatyprov dos that the limitation shall ap-Tto Chinese who may go to the l"n tei Stales as laborers Article 2 sa.vs that Ch nece nlnects whether proceed ng ag teachers, students, to th 1'iiited States tnercbints, or, from eiino-ll- y. shall be aliotrei to go and como of the r own free will and accord and bo granted all the privileges accordid t citizens of the mOHt fav urcd iiHt on. Section tt of the Ch nae linln'erat on act of Ism pur(orts to secure this r ght hy means of cett.tlcntes of the r Statu, which certificates shall he tho ole evidmce to establish their riuht of entrV into the 1'nlted States. Hut it provides for the tsianee nf eertltlcatns in two cases Only. ninid . ( hiuee departing from China fthil ( hir.es? who may at the time be subjects Of some other thHn Ch na A FtRlute is certaiiilv; most tinilMittl wpch. :o execute a treiltv with ( Jnna in purporting respect of 'hine-- e sub,ects. enacts forma! ities as t rranK subject s of other governments than t Ivna I cull the ittcntion of Congress to the fact that the st.iDUe makes no prov i n for the numerous cUs oft h nee persons ulneets of otiiercomir e- than h na who desire to come from such counties to the I luted States The' mnj not be Mibiects of the country wbero thev resile and trade, yet If liiei-inbotrt-v'l- "". f orphans, and havt tenths both parents. The tmysnnd girls whose ages aro employed appear too great to be retained on the place nnd are valuable to the Instltu m-- .- one-hal- ' irilildre. o Clii, iiT--- rnort "' '9 l u nlnir 1 -- one-tcbi- .r ' rc-- . lic nr-v4.- siu .fV a. I Hon. and supply help which otherwie would have to bo paid for. The Institution is in ex cellent condition under Dr. Stewart s and he rems to bo the right man in mnn-(tgciUe- Till ioer d r epreh nt U-l- e K e ct-rt- '' - 1 Authorizing Meade County to isfuo bon?s H ia its Jiulehtcdiivss. ., Authorizing lIOllMt County tn t"sim bonds for turjipiko urpose;1.. Ceding certain lands Irv Owenshoro to the Kislenil (iovernment for the erectlon,of public buildings. Amending the charter of M)) ChfsaiH'ake and Nashville Itailroad Company, AiitliorizlngtheCliicTigo.su Ixmis and New irle.ui Itailroad to build a brunch road. Changing the boundary lines between thn counties of Morgan, Menifee. Wolf andv Hrcuthitt. Incorporating the Ohio, an 1 Virginia Itailroad Company. Authorizing Davis Countj court to levy n trtT for ordinary purpo-c- s, trpfiilfitlnp fhe falp of lifjuore in OIhjuow; Stneiidlng iiiid ieddcitig.hhi? 01IC ail :(ets ill relation to the city 6f Frankroft; iettUiNntf UKhtnipg-rn- l agent to get a license, .nuft fi'rff. SiV) for same; amcadiug h,o. Knights of Honor Temple piuipiiii) of bouisville. Ilot'.xK The following bllle were passe: An act amending an act for tho Incorporation and regulation of tire, marine, health, accident, live stock and all others except lite insurance companies. Senate bill prohibiting the fate of intoxicating liquors In Christian County. Fit vmvKoht. April ft. Senvtk. Tho report of tho Advl-or- y Committee on the Greenwood troiiblen were called up. Mr. Sparks Made h motion t'igii Jnioa committee of the whole and Hear Mf.JLallaiU. whb Is the attorney of the Masons foard COmp'anjr. .Aft'-- t eotfje dehsitb It was agreed to. Mr. llallam took up thb stnjeinent n the CoinmlsrionerS' fh couvifctji. hal bc-011c rf pqf-- thatseverelyo;by Warden' whipped Itenon. and, had gono to bed was called up zg'n af er ho and whipped by Mr. King, one of the members or tho Mil? on A, Foard Company. He said that the 111.111 was suspected of knowing of a plot to murder the guards and escape. The wwrilen took him in his room and struck him eight lashes In order to make liltf tot,'; fes. He then stopied nnd tho convict thren himself on the bed. Five minutes later Mr. King came In, and, taking the whip out of Henson's hand, said he would mako the prisoner confess. He then struck him five lashes and he confessed the entire plot. The speaker, continuing, suid that tho committee had stated that the convicts wero cruelly treated by being whipped, jet no one nf them had ev er show-i- t another method of coiitrolllM.-tlie- e men Whipping in prison tnnnngctiieht lta.1 been Used front tliii" lulmcinorial arid there was no froasOti why the Mnson ft Foard Company should not a'pfdy It. House. In the House this morning the tly-introduced hill provid ng that convicts shall not be worked In coal mines was culled up, it huv Ing .been made a special order for 10 o'clock. Mr. llulhtt offered an amendment that the bill shall not Interfere with any existing contract, but it was defeated by a majority of four. Mr. Itamsey offered an amendment that convicts shall bo worked outside tho nenlten inrv under Stnto 1 Ken-tuekt recen- Aihll 5. Senati ('"He fldlmt trig HndsQ.blUs aW"?: Ihcotnfifating itrsorf.Ctfrih'fy. lie tpwn )'t Van lturczi.in -'- ttt,iknhiT. rirllt ttliieb'i tax-collect- while other articles upon which is imposed a duty from ten to twenty per cent are cut down or transferred to tha free list The minority, continuing their criticism Ooromittee Have Tio Ways andmeif of the proposed bill, say the recommendaOompleted tie Bill and will Eeport tions of ths Secretary of the TreasHry for s the substitution of specific or ad valorem ItfJbieWetfc rates is wholly disregarded by the majority and the system condemned by the secretaiy 'JESjIiw- WW Aeeompany th BUI as Inviting frauds upon the revenue and aE1sSii A Minority f Injurious to home producers and honest ha- - ? Kft Atsestcd Lat TI porters is supposed to continue without ef.ar" KwlePorty-SeTc- a fort at a remedy. The free list is peculiarly f,42'S?5' ' an assault upon the agricultural intereste of SrfyH Tllx the country, reeking out from the foarthee-can- d :... articles in the tariff their leading prodtWiTHE MIL-Tf ucts to bo driren out by ruinous conpetHioa . - ' WASiiiNn-iArSprS'iaThe Ways and from abroad. The wool growers of the Means T miit'Wji7pletit the tarift" country were led to believe from Ifce MIL ... -report iotbo House early first before the committee, that no adverses, bill md later-catminority re- - action wonld.be taken touchteg thek this '"V Wicrit'-3ln- d and so were, not before .4fevcBraHittJ. a t . were jnade iinanyomciat way, ana., those,?-wh- t ' '"-vJ-sko- Uj were J? ' rnitfr-Mr-- rf puJiie 11st u.ni:cr TlkeCOihinnicrrs aivrarc fhufTXTj, i Sftfrrc. .uwie-qua- te politically for and against the bill to be vi ioi, iTjiiioiu ureaming (ii. protection they now enjoy was to be reported, hf eight Dem0craticvxncmiJt-- s endorsing the majority and the five Remit-lica- n swept away from them. This first Rffort, therefore, the direction of free trade is members tha minority. The majority aimed at in organized the farmers of the counIn their report say the tax on impotted goods try. They are to be the first vicJu as low as five per cent, on some 3nd of higher than 200 pei cent, on others. Th tims agency the British policy throughof the American Conaverage rate for the current fiscal jear ex- the gress. Putting fish on the free list is an n per cent, or 47 in tax on unexpected ceeds blow at the fishing interest of S100 worth of !morted goods. This, they say, the hfgh.es; rate paid in any year the country, coming M a time when It wllF be most severely felt Tlbe bill proposed by since ISCs and above the' avprage rata of the the majority projioses to enact the very outperiod' from 1C2' to 1S0S. The reducwar the" bill, rage, the fear of the possibility of which sc tion in tlierrevVnues proposed by aroused the Indignation the committee think, will amount ttf $'Ur .England fishery interests of the whale Xew without oMstluctlon for tfiyer 000.000 Ol politics. In no case Is the failure of tht on the ImportaThis estimate IsbaseVI majority grasp and deal with the great tions of last ear to meet an eitthated sur- question to of plus of S.".0.000.000. It is the purpose of the principle taxation of imports, either on for taxation only, or for revethe bill, the majority say, to correct some of nue, with incidental protection to oir inthe classifications, rid the customs laws of dustries, illustrated in placing: the complications of which the Secretary of salt 011 the free IIsL better thanthis the maIn doing the Treasurj eoiiiplnins, and so change jority assault several (honsand wageworker these law 5 fof. the" better that they will be ith impar- witliout justification or reason. In a general capable of being' administered criticism of the proposed bill the minority tial ty to all Our merchants. removed by f ho" My they regard it as the first step fcrwasrd u . The duties intended to b bill a") chiefly those which tax articles used reversal of the revenue system founded by the fathers and the bv our own" nianfffp.ctnrers, which now sub Ish system of tariff substitution of the Britfor revenuo only. The them to a hnpel&s competition at home' ject which it large free and abroad with the manufacturing nations, so many list important proposes, comprising productions of none of which tax such materials, (hat our growth own manufacturers may successfully coni-lct- c. homo make and purpose warn them that the Is to make dutlablo evident ultimate both at home and abroad, with manutax such only sucfi articles as we cannot produce In facturing nations which do not the United States and release from customs materials! thu3 securing markets for the duties such foreign products, whether of the hrodtifchi hf hands now idle for want of work field, the forest or the factory, as compete to do. Some (if tile materials upon which great industries are blli!h sbfh as wood, salt, with our domestic products. We see uthls Ievvinghtties hemp and wool, are placed on the free list. the beginning of a system of upon foreign imports as pernicious as it is Of tllela? 6rt wool, the majority say: foreign unpatriotic; "The price of wCSI fins' been downward for rivals, whose borrowed In from our Amerdestroying interest many ears; it declined wheft tho tax was syshighest and protection greatest, and thd at- ican tariffs has never been concealed: a tem destructive of our productive, industries tempt to make wool growing prolific by the home market agricultural produse of the' Win? jiower has not been suc- and the degrading for American labor and cessful, white' the tax has been the great ucts and been tried in the govern national hindrance? w fhp woolen manu- which, when it his In falling revenues, a grievous" ment has eventuated facturing industry, as well 2 intfsi tarnished credit and a depleted treasurj". burden upon all buyers of woolen cirtfiiflif. In some of Ihe schedules, where it is proEPISTOLARY ETHICS. posed to reduce rates, especially woolen and flax, hemp, jnte or linens, the industries, tlic majority say, arc left with substantially Why a Gentlemai: or Lady Should Aiuwer Kvery Letter Kcelrd. the same, if not gteHtcr, advantiges than The man who deliberately and inunder existing laws. These", they say, will mid couipeiisatljiri in the burdens of taxa- tentionally neglects to acknowledge tion sotteht tfi be removed for reductions I gentleman's letter is a blackguard. far greater than any proposed by the bill. Sugar, with the present low prlCd, Is left at The mere act that the letter be of no the high but still revenue rate, equivalent U profit to the receiver, and that to send sixty-siper centum." an Shower will inure in no way to his In coiiclttii'iiS MnU portion of the report benetit, is no excuse for neglecting to relatitic totarlJajga; Jtlro majority say U-p- Till: ,vrr'i. -- .&. m-nrr- .. . c .1 'mu 13 foTty-eeVe- 8 x I 1 O.-- The , uhet-nire- 11. pro-iws- ed 1 s Ch-n-s- Family-Poisone- - to-da- liind-irniii- ft -- a ecrt-flcat- pt -- Thirty-sevent- h -- - tity-flv-e to-da- y SMib-prefe- to-da- y sub-prefe- ct ' nomiii-tlon- shot-gu- n - reso-lutio- n 11 to-da- y e, - o four-pag- e to-da- y, . n, to-da- r. m 1 Il.-T- he ?, "I Last folio-cap- o, folio-size- st M mAiri to-da- tt a, ye" Mnlntlreuwealfae Inter-Ocea- n. er He?5 to-da- &eZ7rt 'few i. " tA mt kiM4t m mal!idcrofUlic'' session was'devned"to'-Uierevenue 0111 ine clause taxing oriiKA 01 iwairantsMt'y.utiTcnt 01ordinafyBftfaj me money woftd under certain objurations to the pcndiuire, ami tne which so much has been said, was discussed. Mr. Straus' jpeech occupied most of the time. obligations of the late civil war yet to be community, and it is on the condition . Se.s.vtk. It was a FitANKi'oiiT. April paid, a high rate of taxation must be long oHiga-bi- ll field dny for objectors In tho Senate, and conmaintained, and In Mibmitting the proposed p Ins honestly frtecthig these sequently nothing was dono. Mr. Gilbert afieet.ni the cost of shelter of part of turns that he can ila claim to member Offered a resolution to fix April HI as tho day tor lliialadjddriitiiciit of tlio I.COT'slaturer It the food and all of the clothing of the peo ship in that community with its at will come Up A biu.flbolisltlpi; ple. It has been the effort of your committee tendant rijrhts and privileges Amonjr the writ ot nd qucvl dainnuiri, and providiti-fas will be these duties is that of aiding in tho a uniiorni modo of conilemiiing nriva,to to adopt surh rates of taxation tiroperty fof public use, was passed. This permanent dud ns will only need to be dis- protection of your fellow from physilull repeals u very jfl.j. law that has been in turbed by unforseen national emergency cal ot moral outrage. If this duty force since tho time of Alfred of Ihigland. anil at the same time to exempt necessary were not fully recognized the crowded House Tho bill to prevent convict from articles from taxation and thereby promote' streets of a city at broad noon would being employed in wns passed. domestic Industries." for the traveler than The bill makes it unlawful to work convicts The bill to" be reported will contain be nd ttiore secure in or about any coal mine or other mine In midthis State, either In mining or at any other numerous provisions rclitiffg to the admin- the most lonely Western road atwould night. And a person's character work. No contract shall bo mnde for tho istration of the customs laws. On th'j employment of such Ialior, but this bill shall the majority say, some of the emba'f--' be no more secure from aspersion in a not affect any contract for that purpose now sein force. For employing convicts for such rassmenls suggested by Secretary Maiming public assembly than in the most purposes tho offender mHy be fined 1,000 per are sought lo be removed, and whatever is cluded chtlttiber. The robber and the day for each day any such pr Miner Is em- formulated In tho bill for this purpose has slanderer could "gang their ain" gait''' ployed In contravention to the bill. Th revenue bill was then taken up, and occu received the approral of the secretary. The without hitch or hindrance. There majority, however, donot pretend to have plod the remainder of the session, the clause other duties and debts to taxing banks being the subject or discus- dealt exhaustively with the evils winch have are many which n "human being falls heir the sion.. excited the condemnation both of the merltiOHient he breathes the breath of life, KiiASKFoirr, ApHl K SenatKTwo hours were eohsiiiiled ill dismissing the clttitll Of cantile classes and of the officers whose duty which wd will not enumerate, but relong, they say, Newton Cralgngninsi the State. Thb ifiiitfet it Is to enforce the law. So wa finally got rid of by appointing another tts the present complicated tariff shall exist turn to this matter of answering letters. commission to look info If. Mr. Martin- Ob- and duties are lmiosed upon more than four There arf, of course, many letters tained leave until ne.xt Thursday fbi- thC thousand to ad which require no answer, each as those Judiciary Committee to report on the bill td valorem articles largely subject rales these evils Will Continue. All editors and business men often receive,' repeal the State Hoard of Kiiualization. Mr Clay offered a substitute providing for tho that Congress can do" in the absence of a stich as merely contain some suggestion continuance of the Hoard, but in a modified general revision of the tariff, with new and or Informntioh. There arc other letters form. The substitute was ordered printed. simple classification, is to provide for each Mr. Iturnett made a long speech on the subwhich deserve no answer. It is not to ject of working convicts in the mines. Ho cause of complaint as it.arises. In the bill these we refer, but to the ordinary be reported the most prominent declared that It was a violation of the spirit to If not the letter of the law The discussion grievances are dealt with. In addition to respectful letters which gentlemen are continued till adjournment. the settlement of such controverted ques- in the habit of writing to each other. House. An act to create a Common Pleas tions, an attempt has been made to relax the Xot to acknowledge one of these is an Court in Ilourbon, Madison, Clark. Huth and Yest it is Montgomery Counties was passed. An act provisions of the law which interfere with unpardonable solcclsnf. to reglilato tho sale of fertilizers and to prothe freedom of exchange, more particularly worse than a solecism, it i an impertect agriculturists in the use of s me was with reference to the warehousing of goods tinence. Naturally there maybe many discussed at some length nnd passed. excuses ior neglect ill health, great resolution to loan one or more cannon In bond and their withdrawal for consumpA provision has also press of business, domestic afliiifson, to tho Confislerate reunion at Cynthinna next tion or August was adopted. The Hevenue bill whs. bmi inserted for the allowance of J reported, alid the debate on tile cliliuo taxing ' to the full extent of the duty paid etc. batiks consumed the entire session. Some people claim that they aro so upon any imported materials which have Hills April P. Senate. FiiANKHiiiT, entered into the production of articles ex- overwhelmed with correspondence that passed: House bill incorporating tho KenSociety: amending the ported. The object of this provision is to they can not attend to it all. In such' tucky Horticultural charter of the John C. Hreckinridge Monu- lemovc an impediment to the growth of our cases the person is generally of suffmental Association. Mr. Alfortl reported a foreign commerce. icient importance to be able to afford a against dead bill to protect The provisions of the bill relating to the secretnry. , heats. On motion of Mr. Caudill it was ordered printed nnd made a special order for duties upon coverings and packages, which We Americans are sadly derelict next Tuesday. Mr. Berry, for tho Committee has been the subject of innumerable protests on Education, reported a bill authorizing the and many thousands of suits, nnd which both in this matter nnd in that of keepSuperintendent of Public Instruction to em- was ing appointments, and were we to partially adjudicated in the case of carry this National habit into Europe ploy an additional clerk, at a salary of per annum. After passing a few local bills Olierteuffer against Robertson, has had the bill and careful consideration of tho committee and we should soon find ourselves dropped the Semite struck the lightning-rosoon went to pieces. the favorable scrutiny of the officers of the (to use the mildest term) out of all deHouse. A resolution was adopted calling treasury, and will simplify very much tlie cent society. But fortunately we aro ou the Commissioners of tho Sinking Fund an observant and adaptive people, and to Investigate the reported violation ofjtho complications which caused general dissatisState's contract with the Mason & Foard Com- faction among customs officers and mer- readily "catch on" to the usages of pany, and if they are true, to cancel said conchants. those with whom we come in contact, tract and order a return of the convicts to .Mr. .McKluter will submit the views of and so save our dignity and our status, prison at Frankfort. Mr. Moss' amendtho ment to tho resolution to striko out that part the minority, signed by himself and his Texas Siflings. looking to an investigation, and ordering the .four Republican associates on the commit contract canceled at once, was defeated. tee. 1 he nifuoriiy, a'sssnting from the re' The resolution providing for a sine die adTHE TrTOUBLE vAT LAREDO. ' port of the majority, say the bill to be re1 journment May 3, was referred to tho the committee differs widely Tb Latest Returns show that Serrate ttee on Hules. The revenue bill was re- ported from ported. Article 2. relating to the tax on from the bill Introduced by Mr. Morrison Persons Were Killed and Nine WoaaAe banks, being under consideration. The prelast February. 11 is, they say, a new crea11 Quiet. wns ordered, and the session tion, and embodies littlo that was In the vious question was ordered extended until tho matter could Laredo, Tex., April 12. General Robbe disposed of. Voting began at 12 o'clock. original bilk The assert'on of the majority erts, commander of the State troops, reAll amendments were voted down as fast as that the average rate of duty upon Imported turned to San Antonio by special train and reported until the substitute offered by Mr. goods exceeds per cent, they Straus was reached, That substitute was ouo say only means that prices and values were Captain Schmidt, with his company of Store' Rangers, will remain here for some weeks which proposed to tax hanks like other prop- unnecessarily low, and furnishes no justificaerty. The vote as announced was yeas U, such aid as may be rebill. What the average ad va- and give the sheriff nays 46. tion for the quired In arresting rioters. Major Ariee lorem rate of duty will be under our tariff said; "I do not anticipate further troaWe. Items. If amended as provided by the majorbeen established at laws. left to conjecttira, for the majority The fight was a most unfortunate thing for has A ity, is to prevent Horace, Anderson County, and E. H. Rice report does not discuss even an estimate, our city. I did all in my power approve of parties. commissioned postmaster. it will be higher or lower than a collision of the action in Iputting down but whether Colonel Barnard's Mk. John Will Buck.man, a xvealthy the ptescnt fill depend upon values. Noththe rioters and Governor Ireland responded of Henderson ing, the minority say, is more unsound and promptly to my appeal for aid. I have adfarmer and tobacco-growe-r thai to assume that a reduction vised that no arrest be made for a few days, County, was found dead in bed here, sup- fallacious of duties Is demanded when average ad at posedly from heart disease. least In order to give people time to cool valorem rates show a high percentage. In down and act with reason. I am a member A journeyman tailor named Sullivan, of business depression and low prices who lives opposite Frankfort, started timesad valorems corresponding with the of the Bota party, but do not permit my the across the river to his home the other even- specific duties show Increased percentages party zeal to sway my official action." State Senator Hall assured the Timet' ing in an intoxicated condition. He has over periods of high prices because, as supreme, the seen or heard of since. It is be- everybody kaows. or ought to know, a given correspondent that the law is city not been ef Larguilty will be punished and the lieved he was drowned. specific duly s a larger percentage of a low edo will place herself right before the pubAn infant son of Mr. Bolton, of Coving- value than It Is of a high value. The fight was one that ia liable to ocCrltlcWng the statement of the majority, lic. In any city during: a hotly coattsted porch and reton, fell from a second-storof duty on Imported goods sub- cur ceived what i believed to be fatal injuries. that the rate campaign. Matters will stand as at present Following Internal Revenue appoint- ject to the dnly is as low as five on some for a few days. The newly elected municithanUOO per cent ou others, the ments were mado for Kentucky a few days and higher pals will be Installed Monday or Tuesday, majority say: "Is It not a remarkable fact after which the law'will be vindicated. ago: James L. Owen, of Ohio County; that the bill of the comThe most reliable retunw shew tbe Charles H. Poor, of Williamstown, and R after thisstnent correct these glaring in- fluraches killed seven, weundei 'eight; mittee Campbell, of Iron store- equalities, tat leaves the articles dutiable at P. Tbe Botas. killed ten, wounded oaei keepers and gaugers, and Frank 200 ier ct- where it finds them, and of famous funeral of the Bota party was merit of Covington, a storekeeper. the lower rate of duty some certainly postponed on aceenat of tbe cerpse these beads Tun M. E. Church South Board was in are placed "f,n the free list while others being alive. session at Louisville, a few days ago. It are slightly h"d. There to no attempt In this bill to equalize collected $145,242 for poor churches in four The United Nail Makers ef America jrtl! the dutl'"0" hnported goods on any just soon Issue a circular to all trades "wileae ia years. principle, f make equitable reductions the country soliciting their aid ta,eecttHy Jas. H. Kennt, old and respected citizen througlio$tarirllst. Of thirty-on- e or boycotting certain tutus wbtcb Mtn of Georgetown, is dead from an overdos more article dutinble, at from 190 to LW8 out their employes ea aeeewK m '1. of morphine. 0B9 ' t with la tbto MIL HbaelplMi I pr ewtt" r ose-na- ir J or coal-mine- 1 s s.nb-jee- t, Iletla-ker- 's draw-liac- hotel-keeper- s d Com-11- forty-seve- n MiM-ellanro- rosT-OFFiC- E y Post-offic- e, do1t - Hase-meie- r, . iC3 kj 5, i 0 -- ?Si - ' 'v . - t- vJk1 --- 4 J4 - .. (5 s -- SI - , s I! 5 h- - jKp' TAMIAGE'S SEUMOiN. pouulct the ti.flamnnt'ion-someth- ing to silence th tooth some juim.in: thing to eararhe. the soothe You must be in half a dozen places at the same time, or you must attempt to be. Ji under all the wear and teat of life, Martha makes an impatient rush upon the library or drawing room, be patient, bo lenient. O! woman, though I maviau i " an appreciation in the souls of others in regard to your household toils, let me assure you, from the kindness with which Jesus Christ met Martha that he appreciates all your work from garret to cellar; and that the God of Deborah, and Hannah, nnd Abigail, and grandmother Lois, and Elizabeth Lois, and EHbpth Frev and Hannah More is the God of the housekeeper. Jesus was never married that he might be tho especial friend and confidante of a whole world of troubled womanhood. I blunder; Christ was married. The Bible says that the Church is the Lamb's wifn, aud that makes me know that all Christian women hnvo a right to go to Christ and tell him of their annoyances and troubles, since by his oath of conjojal fidelity be is sworn to sympathize. ttorSe Herbert, the Christian poet, wrote tw0 or turee verses on this subject: The servant by this cla-'Makes drudgery dlxinel5 AVho swoeps r room, aijprthy laws Makes this and the action there is the irliXol severe economy. Nine hundred "and ninety-nin- e households out of the thousand arB subjected to it some undertnore and some under less stress of cwunatancs. sn6 ery Pwi cigars, and takes very costly dinners at the restaurants, he will be severe in deThis is manding domestic economies. what kills teas of thousands of women attempting to make five do the work of seven dollars. How the bills come in? The woman is the banker of the household; she is the president, the cashier, the teller, the discount clerk; ami there is a panic every few weeks I This thirty years' war against high prices, this perpetual study g attempt to of economies, this keep the outgoes less than the income, exhausts millions of housekeepers. O! ray sister, this is a part of the divine discipline. If it were best for you, all you would have to do would be to open the front windows and the ravens would fly In with food; and after you had baked fifty , times from the barrel in the pantry, the barrel, like the one of Zarepath, would be full; and the shoes of the children would last as long as the shoes of the Israelites Beside in the wilderness forty years. that, this is going to make heaven the more attractive in the contrast. They never hunger there, and consequently there will be none of the nuisances And in the of catering for appetites. land of the white robe they never have to mend anything, and the air in that hill country makes everybody well. Thero are no rents to pay; everybody owns his own house, and a mansion at that. It will not be so great a change for you to have a chariot in heaven if you have been in the habit of riding in this world. It will not be so great a change for you to sit down on the bank of the river of life, if in this world you had a country seat; but if vou have walked with tired feet in this world, what a glorious change to mount celestinl equipage; and if your life on earth was domestic martyrdom, Ol the joy of an eternity in which you shall have nothing to do except what you choose to do. Martha has had no drudgery for eighteen centuries! I quarrel with the tlioIogians who want to distribute all the thrones of heaven among the John Knoxes, and the Hugh Latimers, and the Theban Legion. Some of the brightest thrones of heaven will be kept for Christian housekeepers. O! what a change from here to there from the time when they put down the rolling-pi- n to when they take up the scepter. If Chatswoith Park nnd the Vanderbilt mansion on Fifth avenue were to be lifted Into City, they would be considered rookeries, nd glorified Lazarus would bo ashamed to be going in and ont of either of them. There are many housekeepers who could get along with their toils if it were not for sickness and trouble. Th"efact is of the women of the land are more or less invalids. The mountain lass, who has never had an ache or pain, may consider household toil inconidemble, nnd toward evening she may skip away mtles to tho fields and drive home the cattle, and she may until ten o'clock at night fill the house with laughing racket: but 01 to do the work of life with worn-ou- t constitution, has been raging when whooDing-cougfor six weeks in the household, making the night as sleepless as the day that is not Perhaps this comes after the so easy. nerves hnve been shattered by some bereavement that has left desolation in every room of the house, and the crib in the garret, because the occupant has been hushed Into a slumber which needs no mother's lullaby. Oh! she could provide for the whol group a great deal better than she can for a part of the group, now the rest are gone. Though you may tell her God is taking care of those who are . w others. A rough teacher in a school called upon a poor, half starved lad, who bad offended against tho law s of the school, and NIGGARDLY POLICY. The Heads of the t.owrnineiit Departments Are N,rkilu;b Oicrworked-Uec-ictarManning',, it it A perfect flood or Surishins-wil- l fill the heart of ererv suffering worn l Thirteenth DiscourBe of tho Series on "The Marriage Ring." TJie Trials of Moditrn The Weight of KrpoU.illty Attend ng forced Economy and the l'ancs of r "' Rev. T. DeWitt Talmagp, having returned from his "Western trip, occupied the pulpit of the Brooklyn Tabernacle for the delivery of his thirteenth discourse of the "Marriage Ring" series, the subject of which was "The Trials of Housekeeping," Mid the text: Tord, dost Thou not care that my Mater hath left me to serve alone? Bid her, therefore, that she help me. Luke x, 40. & r-- c - , back, and he dresses are adjusttd as xvel as in so short a and Martha can attend to these matters. Thev did not keep Christ atnnding at the door until they were newly appareled or until they had elaborately arranged their tresses, then coming out with their affected surprise as though they had not heard the two or previous three knocking, saying: "Why, is thnt you" No. They were ladies, and were always presentable, although they may not hate nl ways had on their best, for none of us always have on our best; if we did, our best would not be worth having on. They throw open the door and greet Christ. They say: Master; come in, and be seated." Christ did not come alone; Ho had a group of friends with Him, and such an influx of city visitors would throw any country home into perturbation. I suppose also the walk from the city had been a good appetizer. The kitchen department that day was a very important department, and I suppose that Martha had no sooner greeted the guests than she fled to that room. Mary had no anxiety about household affairs. She had full confidence that Martha could get up the best dinner In Bethany. She seemed to say: "Now let us have a di-- vision of labor. Martha, you cook, and I'll sit down and be good." So you have often seen a great difference between two sisters. There is Martha, painstaking, a good manager, ever inventive of some new pastry, or discovering something in the art of cooking and housekeeping. There Is Mary, also, fond of conversation, literary, so engaged in deep questions of .ethics she has no time to attend to the questions of household welfare. It is noon. Mary is in the parlor with Christ. Martha is in the kitchen. It would have been letter If they had divided the work, and then they could have divided the opportunity of listening to Jesus; but Mary monopolizes Christ while Martha swelters at the fire. It was a very important thing that they should have a good dinner that day. Christ was hungry, and he did not often have a luxurious entertainment. Alas, me! if the duty had devolved upon Mary, what a repast that would have lieen. But something went wrong in the kitchen. Perhaps the fire would not burn, or the bread would not bake, or Martha scalded her hand, or something was lnirnt-.- I black that ought to have been made brown; and Martha lost her patience, and forgetting the proprieties of the occasion, with besweated brow, and, perhaps, with pitcher in one hand and tongs in the other, she rushes out of tho kitchen into the presence of Christ, saying "Lord, dost thou not caro that my sister hath left me to serve alone?" Christ scolded not a word. If it were scolding, I should rather have his scolding than anybody else's blessing. There was nothing acerb. He knew Martha had almost worked herself to death to get him something to eat, and so he throws a world of tenderness into his intonation as he seems to say: "My dear woman, do not worry; let the dinner go; sit down on this ottoman beside Mary, your younger sister. Martha, Martha, thou art careful and troubled about many things, but one thing is needful." As Martha throws open that kitchen door, I look in and see a great many household perplexities and anxieties. First, there is the trial of tion. That is what made Martha so mad with Mary. The younger sister had no estimate of her older sNter'a fatigues. As now, men bothered with the anxieties of the store, and office, and shop, or coming from the Stock Exchange, they say when they get home: "Oh, you ought to be in our factory a little while; you ought to have to manage eight, or ten, or twenty subordinates, and then you would know what trouble and anxiety are 1" Oh, sir! the wife and the mother has to conduct at the same time a university, a clothing establishment, a restaurant, a laundry, a library, while she is health officer, police and president of her realm. She must do' a thousand things, and do . them well, in order to keep things going smoothly; and so her brain and her nerves are taxed to the utmost. I know there are housekeepers who are so fortunate that they cau sit in an in the library, or lie on the be-- t lated pillow, and throw off all the care upon subordinates who, having large wages.and great experience, can attend to all of the affairs of the household. Those are the exception. I am speaking this morning of the great mass of housekeepersthe women to whom life is a struggle, and who, at thirty years of age, look as though they were forty, and at forty look as though they were fifty, and at fifty look as though they were sixty. The fallen at Chalons, and Austerlitz, and Gettysburg, and Wateiloo, are a small number compared with the slain in the great Arnia- gejddon of tho kitchen. You go out to the W't '""cemetery, and you will see that the all rrad beautifully poetic; but if those tombstones would speak the truths, thousands cf them would say: "Here lies . a woman Allied by too much mending, and sewing, and baking, and scrubbing, , nnd scouring; the weapon with which she was slain was a broom, or a sewing ma- chine, or a ladle." You think, oh I man . "of the world, that you have all the cares g ' and anxieties. If the cares and anxieties of the household should come upon you for one week, you would be a fit candidate for Bloomingdale I mean insane d asylum. The housekeeper arises in the morning. She must have the luorning repast prepared at an Irrevocable hour. What if the fire will not litrht- what if the marketing did not come; what ?. if the clock has stopped no matter; she moat have the morning repast at an irrevocable hour. Then the children must begot off to school. What if their garments are torn; what if they do not know their lesson j ; what if they have lost a hat or sash they must be ready. Then you avn an the diet of the day, and perhaps of several days, to plan; but what if the batcher has, seat meat unmasticable, or the grocer has sent articles of food adulterated, and what if some piece of silver be gone, or some favorite chalice be racked, er the roof leak, or the plumbing tail, or any one of a thousand things oc- be ready. Spring weather - there must b a revolution in . befaarily wardrobe; or autumn comes, a4y0 nasi skat oat the northern blast; oth has preceded you to ? e qfceet; what If. daring the .year, the aare oatgrowa the apparel of jaer; what if the fashions have Yoar boase nast be aa anothe- time-Mar"Good-morning. hard-working, a- Yonder is a beautiful village homestead. The man of the house is dead, and his widow is taking care of the premises. This is the widow Martha of Bethany. Yes.-- 1 will show you also the put of the household. This is Mary, the younger sister, with a boob under her arm. and her face having no appearance of anxiety and perturbation. Company has come. Christ stands, outside the door, and, of course, there is a good deal of excitement inside the door. The disarranged furniture is lustily put aside, and the hair is brushed . w nne-Agai- said "Tokp offyour coat directly, sir "' Tho boy refused to take it off. Whera-upo- n the teacher said again: "Take off your coat, sir," as be swung the whip through the air. The boy refused. It was not because he was afraid of th lash he was used to that nt home-- but it was from shame: he had no t, and as at the third command ha pulled slowly off his coat, there Went a sob through the school. They saw then why he did not want to remove his coat, and thev saw the shoulder blades had almost cut through the skin, nnd a stout, healthy boy rose up and wnt to tho tencher of the school nnd. said: "Oh, sir, please don't hurt this poor whip me; sc, he' nothing but a poor chap: don't you hurt him, he's poor; - bio me." 'Well," said the tenrher. "it's going to be a sever whipping; I am willing to tnko you as n substitute." "Well," snid the boy. "I dont care; tou whip me, if vou will let this poor fellow go." The stout, healty loy took the s(our?lng without an outcry. "Bravo!" .says every man "Bravo"' How mnnv of us are iiling to take the scourging, and the suffering, and the toil, and the anxiety for other people? Beautiful thing to ndmire, but how 'ittle we hnvo of that spirit. God gave us thai spirit, so that whether wo arc In hiim-- ll under-garmenfel-loxself-denyi- t ,.. y BRAVE PAPER. Governor Hill'. IJr.uul IJjion the Itrnnd-lt- ii e I run detfdrfiid's A hi-AX Hindoo Craftsmen's Feet. urninc- - life-lon- Lamar, Liken in connection with the rapidly accumulating business 0f the Treasury, Interior ami Vestal Departments of the Government, that hooner or later there must bo foun,l home relief for the ovoeutivo ollicor of die Government. Since when Mr. Jackson invited Mr. Harry, who was chief uierJc in charge of the Postal Department to nseat In lib. Cabinet as l'ostnlastof-(lenem- l, there Inn been no change in the method of conducting the cAt.(.u. tive branches of the Government, except by assistants, each Cabinet oflieor being responsible, for the whole conduct of his own Department. Sinud then the population of the country has increased from 12.Mi6.0O0 to 00,000,000, its resources have been correspondingly developed, while tho duties of tin! Cabinet officers of the Government have fully kept pace with the material growth of tho country. The time has come when an cflicicut oflieor U soon made a phweal wreck in the discharge of his multifarious duties, it is sinuilr an intellectual and physical impossibility for tho Secretary of tho Treasury to administer the finances of the Government, to look after the collection o( Ul customs and internal revenue. trun splioreiT"' Hih"ni fir in oonirU'u mav perform our whole duty for this tin- mints, take in ch.irge stt ambortt inservice, spection and the struggle will soon be over. look after the engrax ing and printing reminisi-pnce- s One of the most affecting of my mother is my remembrance of her and watch the National b:iukt Imvu as n Christian housekeeper. She worked charge of the coast survey, control tho verv hard, nnd when w woutd currency, assume responsibility of tho come in from summer plav and sit (iovernmrnt architect, anddisburso the Whilisom.o down at the table nt noon, I re- funds of tho member how she would come in with of these duties aro delegated to others, bends of perspiration along the line of the Secretary is tho responsible bead, gray hnir, and how some Mines she would and must be" more or less acquainted sit down nt the table nnd put her head with all, according to tho measure of against her wrinkled hand and say his efficiency. The same mav bo said jf several de"Well, tho fact is. I'm too tired to eat" Tho Long after she might have dolpgatod this partments of the Government. duty to others, she would not be RiUisftod Cabinet of tho United States Is of seven men, that of Great unless she attended to the matter herself. that of France of In fact, we all preferred tn have her do so, llritain of fotirt-e- n. eleven, that of I'nissia of ten and that for somehow thlncs tnsted better when h IS-Jlife-savit. oni-poscd The illness of the eftVets of overwork on Suerotary The people of Nexv York haxe fresh cans.; to be proud of the faithful and vigilant guardian of their interests ill the cNceutixe chamber. Corporation agents and the lobby may infest both houses of tho Legislature and sxvann around the hotels, but aeros3 the threshold of tho executive chamber tlie polluting foot of tho lobbyist can not p:iss. There are no line spun theories or equixocal phrases in his admirable message, but incisixe, vigorous, plain talk. It id tho expression of the righteous indignation of an honest man and fearless official against bribery and corruption. lie denounces tho thieves xvho stole the most xaluublo franchises in the gift of thu city of Nexv York, and the shameless officials xvho permitted themselves to be purchased "iu the broad light of day and xx itli a bras?enness and boldness unparalleled in the history of u munieipalitx." He alludes to the warning of Governor Clex eland, when ho signed tho General Street Surface Railway act. in lhM, that the bill should have" made it obligator, on local authorities to put those franchises up at auction, instead of leaving it to their option. The xvords ol Governor Cleveland, in vicxv of the action of tho Nexv York aldermen on the Rroadxx-aaud cablo have tin additional interest noxx. " If the local are determined to cheat and defraud their constituents by refusing to put up a valuable franchise at auction, thev must, under this bill, do it In the broad light of dav aud xvith a brazeuness and boldness that xvould find a way to evade he most carefully framed law." ThU y rail-rnail'ite- uuth-iritie- s The supple, delicate fingers of the if she will ?nly jersist In tuo U3e of Dr. Pierce's "ravonte Prescription." It will craftsmen are a remarkable as those euro tho n'ttxcrnciatiniK-Tiodiccpains, Jon of all irreffnlnritivs nnd of the Japanese, although their hands ami relif win f K)smveiy are niiieh larger: but one thing ttiMsl ci ve ues"v "tiiuu. itnnd nlceratiou. cironnsInternal inIlan?mation nu ail kindred disoislcr. Pric vcrx forcibly strike the xisitor xvho plneeincn'lo E6 dollar.- By druggists. lvatehl's the-- " clever xvorkmen, and xvho reduced observes the primitivene?? of their ap"What is vour nnmo, little Kirll" "Minpliances tho sad fact that the nliifrb nie " --jHnme whati" "Minnie don't, of civilization has deprix-eus western innhittia crUi me." X. T ImUpttidtHt. nations of Iho tise of our toes. To be llnl.N'0 enh"rely .Vegetable, no particular able to Use four hands of txvo in fare is r'Uireil hllo tisinx Dr. Pierce's art work miM obviously bo an rnorinriut 'Pleasant Purgative Pellets." Tbov opor-nt- o advantage, and the long, prehensile toe Without disturbance to tho constitution, of the Hindoo craftsmen is oxen more diet, or iecapatiotl. , Tor sick headache. impure blood, disrzmoss. sour remarkable than that to his Japanese constip3t,0ri from the stoninch, bad tasto in turn- eructations brother. To sec the bilious attacks, pairi in reRin of mouth", ing his lath with his upper hands, while kidiiC7j internal fever, bloated feel hr he guides it and holds liic ivory in his about Stomach, rush of blood to head, tuko lower ones, is quite an education iii pos Dr. Pierce's "Pellets." BydruggisU. sibilities of development of xvhat to us There is ono thing xhich can not b an really almost rudimentary organ "slow nnd nre' and that is a watch. dailx, in fact, becoming more so under JtnrUngtim Frt( Pitin. the operation of the fashionable bootTo eradicate dandruff, nnd keep tb scalp maker. Interior. moist nnd clean, use Ilall's Hnir ItenotCer. The lives of many children have lieen "Ah, Farmer Robilison' said his i.fived hv the timely ums of Aver's Cheiry inir citv guest, "hoxv quietly xou lixe Pectoral. out hen in the country. You are not ir vou desire to take an extended plpindisturbed by society quarrels, or politi- tire tni, ei ji iu- i ic aim h" " ' cal e.xeilcineiil, or labor troubles, but Xorrithien jltrahl. all is comfortable and pleasant." "Yes, to ue Ur.s miss, Is' pose it looks so to volt. Ruti Remedy easiestCatarrh.and eheapest Pios H druggists, f for society quarrel ox'er there's the hottest xx ho's going to sing alto The headquarters of lgnuruiice An in tho choir the politics. Hen Johnson tcllisenco otUee. next year: an' sxx'ears I shan't be selectman again, and as for labor troubles, mv lured man sirueK xesieril.i Deeatlse l xuul-- i innij "SB j. O, to milk the eoxvs befnre br akt.ist xx e haxe our little seasons of i njox ment, as xvell as jou city folk. Ilartjord I I ! - - d iti-lc- Comldnlns: ifftr TOMCS, quickly &WISRGWN'S r N BITTERS v .a 1U. Ss VVKE TKGETABLB THE W)OD. QattktM the action or thr MTernilUnfjs. Clwithn fompIloa,m.wtiif fVia smooth. Itdoesnot in J EMHCUES aiii fomplettlj CLLASSES ivorx-xvork- er Inlarr the Utlh, moi VhjeieiD OTHEK IU0X EEDIC0ES 0. od Drcssvu eTerrwbero reconiairl it. 51 5. hedhf. or prodaceeon-itlpitlon-AI- X Mr. J A, Or.Rff, with Ohio.njf ''llMTe bn trouUtslI couM humor la Kt notjj-Iroj bi"J lor Una lat jwum ors. n uiM I osl 15ruu' Iron Bitun, " wEcti iuu bowhusl an rvtlj Mr J W IKuw, H.nJufVr. aOUn. mje I blood hatiJ nrf Bruwa1 Iron liifw recommend punfier it. and et.r1c j with no.! BLAfKMrB, 61 Mner Are., Mk I'HiS ' Iron Hill K Grobb St.. Colombar. s n Otuo. my M l it ivtootM Ui M.4chN from mjlac and compl-sV- li Cttfwl m"." CS oJ s iah, XV I Clej-Ud- .1 hi' I srd Hrown AB-ata- lr-- r , - -- Miss xi Habtmas vat7. ana Pa.. w: " Mr l tcam tf tj tiua aoa botUw nL and UniiM Attram3te(t r rwtonsl pf to eutm-lI Unmns Iron IMtoir licil-.i- i tKl urentfth. nJ iWrfutlj reconuaeud It. OtrauiD buolxm Trad" Mark AXl owwl twl 'na . l mujicAi. co.,itALTiJiwui:,ati. nnoxxrairr on otlii-r- Take io Made oalj or 1.x- READY BELIEF IVREH ASU PICEVEXTH Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influenza, flammations, Riisumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Asthma, In- -- Post. AltU i bKPP TnADEVT MARK. ll- - s. kmf .fi ! BuiMul-ttabl- one-ha- lf h -- it gone.it is arm-cha- ir -- 1 ' yt f0"? 1 - x. ; '-- r uui i y "" m kWamwtbe I V. 's she: lunH-ninj- r r -- i atoned by the joy of being together, and by the fact that when it is late they do not have to discuss the question as to whether it is time to go. The mishaps of the household, instead of being a'm'atter of anxiety and reprehension, are a matter of merrimentthe loaf of bread tamed Into a geological specimen; the slmhy custards; the jaundiced or measly biscuits. It is a very bright sunlight that falls on the cutlery and the mantel ornaments of a new home. But after awhile the romance h all gone! and then there is something to be prepared for the table that the book called "Cookery Taught in Twelve Lessons" will not teach. The receipt for makingh Is not a handful of this, a cup of that, and a spoonful of something else. It , not gomething with ordfnorr condiments, or flavoied with ordinary flavors, baktd or in ordinary ovens. It is the leaf of domestic happiness; and all the ingredients come down from Heaven, and the fruits are plucked from the tree of life, and it is sweetened with the new wine of the kingdom, and it is baked in the oveit of home trial. Solomon wrote out of hit own experience. He had a wretched home. l man can not be happy with two wives, much less six hundred; and he says, writing out of bis own experience: "Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox aud hatred therewith." How groat are the responsibilities of housekeepers. Sometimes an indigestible article of food, by its effect upon a commander or king, has defeated an army or overthrown an empire. Houskeepers, by the food they provide, by the couches they spread, by the books they introduce, by the influences they bring around their home, are deciding the physical, intellectual, moral, eternal destiny of the race. You say your life is one of sacrifice. I know it. But, my sisters, that is the only life worth living. That was Florence Nightingale's life; that was Payson's life; that was Christ's life- - v' admire it iu others, but how very bard it is for us to cultivate ourselves. "When In this city young ictor Hutchinson, having spent a whole night In a diphtheritic room for the relief of a patient, became saturated with the poison and died, we all fait as if we would, like to put garlands on ufs grave; everybody appreciates that. When in the burning hotel at St. Loals. a young man 0 the fifth story broke open the door of the room where hte motner was sleeping, and plaaged is smoke- and fir, cry-iait hhmi km "Mother! where are you" and ne''er medicines for all sorts of casae oat, oar heart, .nlnnded that young ; ro looses the eroup- Bat how few 0f as have the Christ- atfce to J Wm ayfeit " aiir lor wJNitipiieM tomb-atones to brood both flocks; and one wing she puts over the flock in the house, and tho other wing she puts over the flock in the grave. There is nothing but the religion of Jesus Christ that will take a woman through the trials of home life. At first there may be a romance or a novelty that will do for a substitute. The marriage hour has just pa sd, and the perplexities of the household are more than mother-lik- e w,t,nI half-reste- hiitv..... aid - g: aa. Justice lii the Territory of Ut.ih. to be taken for granted that President Ciex eland is going to Milect as successor to Governor Murray, of Utah, somo citizen of tho Territory itself. This expectation is based not do follow them. only on the declaration of tho platform of It 1. bu t on the belief that no THE VERY LATEST. xvho outfldcr could be Hon Clothing Men k:.itiry All Tastes in hax-- tho courage to found up would stand against the Matter of I'nrkets. the stream of abu-'- o and misrepresentaj fCIevcland Plain lealer tion which the Mormon loadors are The first question that a tailor asks a wont to heap upon the Gentile Govercustomer, when the Intter gets measured nors xvho endeavor to enforce tho for a pair of pantaloons is: "Will vou United States laxvs among them.' It is have top or side pockets?" meaning, for this rea.son no doubt that aiany "Will vou have pockets into which ingress xvould be unxvilling to accept e is hnd from the top or side11" No two men position inxolxing o nuicIfbiL-tc- r have similar tastes as to pantaloons pockopposition from the great majority ets, a fact thnt makers of readv-madof the community in xvhich authority clothing have discovered. The other day xvas to be exercised. On a gentleman purchased a pair of rendv-mad- e hand, much mav be urged inthe other favor of pantaloons, and when he had put the appointment of an outsider this them on he made the appalling discovery instance, for it is exidmit that in the if that there were no pockets in them. "I Prcxidant is to be thus limited in his don't want these," he snid. choice he may be unable lo find a per"Wait a moment," said the salesman. son xvho will administer tho affairs of "Which will you have, top or side pockthe Territory in a just and impartial ets?" epiriL The hues of antagonism ?ro "I'd like side jockets. but these panta- very sharply detined. and every Gentile loons haven't anv pockets." xvho is not a bitter and uncompromis"Yes, they have," persisted the ing foe of Mormouism is in some dewhipping out his knife. Then he applied hiR knife to a eam at the side of the gree susceptible to its iniluencos. garments, cut a thread, gnve it a pull and, Should the selection be made from lo, a side pocket was opened where there either of these classes, the interests of had been a moment before only n strong good government might not be There xvould either be indiseam. scriminate oppression or a government "By way of variety, suppose you give the me a top pocket on the other side." snid that xx'ould find favor the amused purchaser, nnd like magic It is almost needless to say that tho top pocket opening was made by the clerk. exil against xvliich the laxvs of the In short the enterprising manufacturer had discovered a method of making the United States are directed is not itself as a religious creed, but garments to suit all tastes as to pockets. polygamy, xvhich is a crime. A man is not to bo oppressed because of his BOY BURGLARS. religious belief in a country xvhich proA Story From Connecticut Which Itenri claims absolute freedom to all creeds I.Ike n Ilin Novel. and sects. I5ut if he commits a crime IXoauk (Conn.) Cor Washington Post he must certainly be held amenable to This village is entirely excited over the the laxx'. This is a distinction not disclosure thnt a band of five boys, aged kept clearly in mind. Territorial about seventeen, two weeks ago organized officers imbued xvith an indiscriminat-in- g under names of "Night Hawks," to rob prejudice are certainly not qualiand murder. The boys are William V. fied to administer the laxv properly, Weaver, Walter Miller, William Lotham, and the result must be that tho present Fenimore Weeks and William H. Wilcox. disturbances xvould only be augmented. It is said their oaths were administered On the other hand, a lav administrawith cocked revolvers, and any traitor tion xvould only foster the evil xvhich was to suffer death. The gang arranged n it is the duty of the Government to root programme for Saturday evening, which the out. Under these included tho burglary of the stores of W. President may findcircumstances to it' necessary W. Fitch, E. II. Potter nnd S. B. Latham, xvho is some and the waylaj ing and robbing of Dr. 0. nominate be a man knoxvn to at once firm, fearMinor anil Gelty Potter. They were to AT. Y. Graphic. take their "boodle" and embark at Mystio less and dispassionate. on the midnight train for New York. MR. EDMUNDS' DEFEAT. Their plnns were frustrated by one of their number, named Wilcox, who joined the Ills Camp.itKii Knclcil :unl He Has Tailed gang for that purpose and nt the suggesto Convince I'.icn the senate That He la tion of citizens, who believed the other Klght. boys guilty of previous robberies. ConSenator Kdmunds has finished his sequently the gang was overhauled while campaign on the Diiskiu resolutions, in the act of robbing Fitch's snfe, nnd Miller and Weaver were arrested. They were and has xvon a doubtful victory. lie has succeeded in scouring their adoptaken before a justice of the peace and released on condition that they leave the tion by one majority in the absence of State at once, which they did. The same a Democratic successor to the late Mr. boys stole one hundred and fifty dollars n. year ago and fled to Kansas City, remain- Miller, of California. The substantial ing there until their friends settled tho results of the long discussion, xvhich, on tho Republican side depended alcase. most xvholly for its forco and dignity DOG STEAKS. upon Mr. Edmunds himself, aro about as doubtfully balanced as was the vote Said to He Superior to Lamb, Veal, Heer, on the resolutions. Mr. Edmunds has Pork or Mutton. not succeeded in convincin"' the counKeRdlng (Pa.) Special.! try that the President should9 share Christian Glauser, residing in this city. poxver of removal xvith the Senate, the or Is engaged in a curious business, which he that the Senate had a claim to the public. It is thnt of killing dogs makes papers bearing on suspensions simply and furnishing the meat to certain fambecause they xvere "filed" in tho deilies, who eat it. They consider it rery partments, but attention has palatable and healthy. He constantly edly been draxvn, in a very undoubtmarked dekeeps in his yard a number of dogs, which gree, to the great advantago the civil he fattens and kills as he finds a demand service xvould gain by having all for the meat. He also extracts the fnt and in connections xvith nominatsells it to persons afflicted with colds, rheuions- Tcopt to places of a peculiarly matism and affections of the chest. confidential character, made a matter He says: "I often eat dog meat in fact of accessible On the other we have It on our table. Why, a faLdog hand, without record. meaning to do so, two or three years old makes the finest has made it very kind of meat. It is better than Iamb, country that the methods ofplain to tho the Senate veal, beef or pork. The meat of a fat dog are more in need of reform delicate flavor that everybody gard thin any others. A in this rehas a rich, bloxv that relishes who tastes it, and there Is no bids fair to be fatal has been dealt to meat than dressed dog. When I the secret sessions of tho Senate lived at home my tather slaughtered big Y. Times. dogs and salted down the hams and sidea r same as pork, and we all ate it as other The members of the Senmeat and liked it. I have some in the ate are absent from their posts whenyou have a piece? Tb house now. Will ever fat fees are in sight Messrs. Edmania for dog meat among persbns of a munds and Evarts have been absent delicate constitution is spreading and it is nearly a this session in attendused by a number of families." ance upon the Supreme Court as counA panic was caused in the Central sel for the Central Pacific Railroad Church Mission school at Chicago by a Company in the California tix cases. fire breaking out while about four hundred In addition to their pay as Senators this period they probably got an amount little girls were in the building. Ml m 11. omial tr n vpar a salnrvr frnm u AT. HUfh 1WU UVUiyli hard-work'ng. prepared them. Some time ago. in an train. I shot past that old homestead. I looked out of the window and tried to peer through the darkness. While I was doing so one of my old schoolmates, whom I hnd not seen for many year?, tapped me on the shoulder nnd said: "DeWitt, I see you are lookingout at tho scenes of your boyhood." "O. yes," I replied, "I was looking out at the old place where my mother lived nnd died." That night, in the cars, the whole sceno came bnck to me. There was the country home. Thero was the noon-da- y toibla. There were the children on either side of the table, most of them gone never to come back. At one end of the table my father, with a smile that nover left ni.i countenance even when he lay fn hi coffln. His was nn smile not the smile of inanimation, but of Christian courage and of Christian hope. At tho other end of the table was a beautiful, benignant, aged Christian housekeeper, my mother. She was very tired. I am glad she has so good a place to rest in. Blessed are the "lead who die In the Txjrd; they ret from their labors, and their works ox-pre- ss Kven Holgiuin of Russia of eleven. and Sxvitzerland hax o sex'cn each, and Italy eighL Hut there has always been a very niggardly spirit bhown bj our people in the number of officials and tho pay they receive, the idea being that thero xvas some merit In DemoThis may ho true cratic simplicity. provided that simplicity is not directed mules in by men xvho drix-carts We oiler the very highest possible premiums for dishonesty in the public servico by imposing upon Cabinet officers duties it is not possible to hax-perform, and as a result e ten-dollar x- nexvpaper has been started .11 perPrinters out of a did not, in tho least, discommode tho Bosby get disreputable officials to xvhom Jacob haps Post. one suchapplying tarlx. In attempts sharp and the cablo company appllciL ton and. J'oufin. They cared more for ' boodle than xvc call not.tsee xvhat there eis..to ltoston. Trtr from Oviates. r it... me iuuire r I'osipono tueiii int for character and were content to be Al'ukan (Sitka). ior take a good Uhlle branded as false to every instinct of for a joke to travel It Alaska and back. honor and manhood, as long as they esueciallx xxhen it to as xveak as the is xx ore xvell paid for it. Albany Argus. hail for- PROMPT. aboxev and in the interxal tut minus a.xonrtrn io..bjii.thioh.'W our crime. Noxv as xve A SOCIAL LEADER. nnd look at it xxe sisrh: Alaskan Tho Young Ijinly of Alhunr to Whom the such things bel Bvtlon 7W. A Sitka- Sit-ka- n (0UGH Difficult Breathing, m far-fetch- ed llietntut ntnl au oucSI HKIJ IKi OTTO.. S.S5?art&lffi!K 1 RADWAVS surI; xx-- e - QKCts.: UW-wjiLI Inr:iJ That Jlrut.i-"- . 1.1 re I.- -. "I Lunt-- l'nlii ' 'a lUo It nu li OM.r I'A1 HKME11V pain, al- tt r I t mt raeruclatlns !riai " RELIEF itnfurr.ury Jaln. ,,r In ! IlncI-- . J.'J,e;; READY Hei-alu- si.miaclu Itowcls.or inner cUml or orgam Sit-iain- lv President Is Said to Ito IIiikiik"'''' The htory comes from Albauy that President Cleveland is engaged to marry Miss Van Vechten, n xoung lady xvho may justly lay claim to being tho social leader of tho capital of Nexv York. Tho ladx is tall and most beautiful in face and figure and sjic has many charms and graces of manner. the establishment ol the Niagara Tall? Park the 011111111 doner, report four times as man xisit-or- s in the la.st half of 1&RT as at any preiou time, that summer visitors nuisance Maxed longer, the As a result of hack-drix-er J TJIEOBS fpto & "VEiSTW trWu'lnMf "tntnMerol Sour SoMma. w'll Id Iw Hjinnrea cure iraiiin s r"rien". un- , s m.i. it Jlt an', iru. lijkentery. ColW. Flatu- V t, k Iliad-i''!- pauu. r i ,n - lew v and all Imtnwl jm e star-rou- te frauds and naval irregularities that arc invited and made possible by our methods. Instead of savim wo should have Cabinet officers, and the day is not far distant when it will be recognized. ITS NEXT Chicago Xeics. EXECUTIVE. IMul.lUh-Ing eightv-ix-yen- rs Tim DUllriiltleo In thn W.xy ol It seems e anox-eeutix-- Tho circle in xvhich she moves is one of the most exclusive in the United States. The high society of Albany is unnues-ionahl- v the most difficult to penetrate of any in the country and Miss Van Vechten is its central ftar. She lives in a splendid house that is situated directly across the street from the Executive Mansion, xvhere Mr. Clex'elaud, xvhen he xvas in office, could xvithout difficulty have looked into Miss Van Veehteii's window. The lady .has a and a rieh complexion, dark o xvealth of waxing broxvn hair. Thero is a quite striking resemblance between her and Miss Jennie Chamberlain, the beautiful Cleveland girl, whoso personal attrnctivoness has been the talk of Europe for a year or two back. When Mr. Cleveland was Governor of Nexv York State, he frequently met Miss Van Vechten at the various receptions which occurred at the Execu-tix- v Mansion and elsewhere in Albany, and be exhibited a marked preference for her society. It is, indeed, said that ho took every possible occasion to be at her side, and it is now noticed that sho is spending a great deal of her time in Washington, xvhere fexv, if any, of the social gatherings of xvhich tho President is a feature are allowed to go by without her pr?enuc. Boston Her- has alreadv been greutlx improved and will be still more. Buffalo Express. b aliated. and the sciiicrx I I I 1 Then? U not a remedial accnt In the world that win cure Fe rr ami ACTf ""ffel.i I Jo..- -, k a. K A 1 1V.V V JCKAJ1 Y It i:ijl KF. Flity nil. per hotlle. Jsold by Dr. RADVVAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT Frnecafc of all Scrofulous. SHa and BlcodDU- ffolarte in its Various Forms. W tltnrclt. ii "T C3.C5. nt,r NeurJlyl: t a Cure Rheumallsm. !,lfctrfc, lIAIN Utlukr, l!fJ..S., iDl i (Alii At dki(Mts a:'ft n?fc: f- -- An English experimenter finds that, contrary to general opinion, a groxvth ofixx over a lioiise renders the inierioi cntirelv free from nioistuie. ip lurnunLi.s ELY'S 4 lOOI.LI.lt (0. tltlTISIIKUflU. . H. Connnd XK.. T I- - GrUJEZEEff tta SONS, sul at Callao, crippled xvith rheuma-tin- Clcnnps the "CSr rifrCQ.V) Haretreiicl Propj-for Eleven Yearn Past. - Its compIlcatkiuTjIihtbo Ho got no relief until ho used St. Head. A a x .s wHrAnl Ore.y hami eh Kcicoxe .U fjuiptoma 01 orior Jacobs Oil, xvhich cured him. Xs ut . ' . r paiteui (.iuuvuuvcu uvfww. j U. S. .Marshal Kerns, Philadelphia, says In fin 111 mntion. iiavrrvrrj-j GA fl' T , . nymptnma rapidlr dlMrpear. Cough Curo cured his family. S5 JIeal! the Sore-- .. Red Star flrt doe tn" Ol ail ajmiium. uro n duj- - l Quarter-Master, Fon eight yenr xx-- Col. I). J. Williamson, cx-U- CREAM BALM U. H. A. Catars? PlV'Ci s-- ninety IIIIUI I (. Tnrthe . DR. RADVVAY'S PILLS. UfFf-- tlieS!.maeh.LtTer. f 1 ' : uir i"ik-Bi-. 'r .:. cei 3 x f W TREATED FREE. - n. 1 1 -- -- I cunts. Restores the of Taste, Smell, Hearing-- y ixV C- WSSA sV s-- . I r. 1 in I I volumes f When -.- V. ). Ledgtr. Wars are skipping- lamlis like library thex- are boundiu' sheep. Senncs! I o ald. yearly tiuviimb to this ternliie tutd fatal ' Arartlr'e le applied Intoeachnojtrll tuapreeablP'o diMViso, which is dully xxindint; its fatal na. Trlif ty rrr.ts t irallcrat Drusslfs te- - a r oee i con-- t elrtaUr H Y I KOTIILUs coils around thousand: xho tiro srimiH of it deadly presence. Dr. Pierce's ; ' (itddeii Medical Discovery'' xmII cleailM) The Red School House Shoe. and purify tho Mood of Bcroftilous impuri-tii'- s TK .Trill . . ....ul t... pur lIl to .nd. .... ... nud curt tuhercular consumption Bvy or Oirl tbat will j (xUiicli is .only scrofulous disease of tho lliUU(lI7wr(aiiUfclrar lunjr-t)Send 10 cents in stamps and get of eerj day usage, I Dr Pierco's complete treatise on consumpIhLU made ofb..ncl tion and ItiiidriMl affections, xith numorous acaon cgnjnua tnse aW testimonials of cures. Address. World's Idea aL ouriles.ir Medical Association, Buffalo, X. Y. ll'a for II r li l i r ".srilOOl. MI1IK-by knuncrlincf the tbeTra'i ir llnsrox linds her Rlorx- - in the past, Utile Rid School Kssse she belongs to tho "had beans." 11 11 . Quick Itelicf. Consumption. Notwithstanding tho crent numter who APosltixe Cure. - I H AY-FEV- ER kBOWlreranrthlnc sn.mTor7 hutt.'Jfado- -lthotewt aariMai; to r. It ab mt 11 yenntlt. In ihemiriis .,i our tnaiwent Ut leBereiU the dimodlty of breathlBB Is irn oats uw made to djvsoarpe rtH' re" '. " nrtnary oncaai the jwelHnK ih. rfteldir.T.nlerp la rpili N i c 4'.! ftnxaml curing cacea of luBSftatxlf.wr tappet a Bnmbfrf ttaes hatfllx-'- l3t Iwo-lall- nt jm rerd. ..- n 0 f . , '. lai.lunppctl water, fcenU i 'a oVs,nnMIs,cte. I nj. i .r.iimc if am hedfre"V malU rlycureu. ijnip J'lUr. t : cut Id li i .u p.'JBt .1.1 .lone Aienuc, Allan. p'aui--- i.rt.i pi Mme sex.howhBK ii.'..iutie .It.i..ane,oJ've!',,ce't,I0.1,sar - ar bowels coetlrcuai ...... lur free . .i , i. n pam-- m ,li' Jo pa? "- - wTMSk i . Dis-lenia- iaiS?s?3a lea'ne-mreuK"-- "" Scrofula of Lungs. tcrret all march ol tkUdtfeaae; nndi iK.IUrirelief a the that I obtained. I buitcmp.rry r- I ! I - i i ffisn I am now 49 r, irlihalunfttronWe. year old. and h fuffered for the last J Iiae penttboa. ba-enn- m soles-ma- n, sub-fcerve- d. 1'olyg-amist- s. Mor-monis- in 1 ys Capital Bleeding Labor. The trouble with the Gould roads may be stated in a few words: Bonds have been sold largely to construction companies xvho xvere also largely composed of stockholders and officers of the roads, to xvhom tho lion's share o.f tho profits xvent. Gould perceived the insatiable appotito of the public for these bonds, and fed it until it was literally gorged to repletion. In tho meantime the Grant-War- d panic struck the country. The interest on the bonds could not lie met. Obviously the only thing to bo done to keep the roads ont of tho hands of receivers was to cut doxvn the wages of employes. This xvas done right and left and xvithout regard to amounts of salaries and xvage paid in the various departments. In some cases, even, tho laborers xvero left xvithout pay for months. An instance of a great railroad running out of Chicago is a cae in point. Immediately after tho Grant-Wareollape a leading official of this road xvas telegraphed from New York to cut doxvn alt salaries and wages from 20 to 'Jo per cenL Ho replied d HcuAiwjto'i Critic. OUVrtOsen BKLT oiwk Men, lleail Till. The Voltaic Br Co., of Marshall, Mich., 1 theirrulebrateilELECTliO-VoL-TAI- lt C and otuT ELECTllIC Ari'LIANCES on trial forao days, to men lyoung or old) of vitalatlluted xv itu nervous debility. lo.ss forrheu-timt ity and nil kindred troubles. Also im n.MinilL'i.i.imrnl ysis.and many oth er diseases. Complete restoration to health, inunhoo Isruaraiiteed. All) rish furred, as : davs' trial is alloxved. Write thorn at once for illustrated pamphlet, free 1K1 Stitched rithSUk and every ay m. tl Mac. i y oy P II UtVT.CQCny t m thetVlil.ratfil xianufarlutersU m. ntnUuioUn a tU1(,f Hoots anil slmrs 1.1 WrOefor a Stt of Our fancy School Cardt SWO! MAN'S HENDERSON founrt oti '! bottdjn Ct ea.-'- j ra r .N.ioe pvnj lie wi'ti ot ti i rJTAsk a.; fuMl.e i ( S2.50 - GOAT BUTTON. ant for any manual labor for iwreral year. Af rlemt uronely - uaime4ed tlw mn of FwMCa Spedfie ( 3. htm greatly h. 6 . ttaiintig that he hiiweif Ire4yel b neated l ituseiBineluMCtreIt..T) It The res,m rerwrkM. My 2?hba in my lit. lthaheen '. tlireeye!rsli.reIrteweB' ?e " ii bi e- -l P. o and "kin 1 ,..i.mMh.l,eriUl .!& ",l"r"". I't hae n.rflnioi ikiww"" err Idothelrrln linn r aktteas feK In W Inass. T.J.JIOLT. tiirf f work. .low" M.nlgimer. !!. Swiff- - sv, so, (. entirety eetWe.. Treall'e on I haU AfcL. es . ,. I Natltftictary Evidence. J XV . UOHl II . SINGE!.- - arc tho only ...... t,.. .. in.ip. . uram. IIUI" " " "" people vvho wish to time. -- (Jh(ago ltl Pi ke'sTootii ache Diiorscu rein 1 minute, 2o Glfim' SiiIjAiir Sonji .eal- - and beautifies. 25c Geioias Coh Hbiox'eii kiilt Corns Bunions. Grabim,whote8xIelrHPRlst ol Antn. Tex "I have been liandllnK Pa. Wm. Hali'j PLAroKTitE Loos for the pan year, and Ime I' fonml It one of the tnot aalable mesl -- tne I The mit H unuerful Aji lcvltral rark. In America. coueuuip- everhaJtnmyljouseforcouKUscoMsand n jterjii"iiinlnffandmanuf3i.turlnK 1 Mantfleent crop nwna. l.Vl.xiUJ-s5li:IH- s tlon.alayict-t3itis- f action. rats n (svi THOUSAMOS OP ACRES OF As LAND, au.Jcettopre-cBJWhiCOVSRKMHNT ty, XX.23JS TiiasHorsrt. irn Lo, llrawer 3, Atlanta. rt. 1. V mstlcl free. Ga.. or wrlte: FREE , FARMiiTllfl n h-- re i No Rope to Cot Off Cel-bni- ed Horses' Manes. I.sn't an attempt to prove an alibi --V. tcU-dema- lJ Y. Journal. THE MARKETS. ClNCIATl. April n LIVE STOC- KChoice Butchers HOGS Common Good l'nckcrs EHKKI Good to choice Cattle-Coiuino- J2 til 3 30 fit 4 10 ft 0U 0 a 2 73 & 4 4 4 13 EH nnd can not be U Mellaltertoanriiartoi the by S all ree. on receipt of l. Sold Saddlery. Hardware and Ilarnen" jreaicra. special uipcuuni i.i Trade, re Mi1' for rice l.lt J.C LlcnTllocK.Itoehener.N Y 1 "Eri.lP.sJE" HALT- B II I III. K. fomlilnr.l. flipped by any horse. Sam' -' f S' If P A-v- z 75 FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. New method of decorating; SlIWs. Sallis Va-- e Can not be dr c ed fr :n hand ratntlnz. EajUT apteit. Send fi r iirtce-lU- t J sJjM '.. .1 .K M Z3T s A. h t.C!.' I r 1 1 e ap n. ii In nforfi'et T'tti -- , For nap. .lm'cs. I very o.tcnti7Tn'nettIeTa. ! n. acual aether at UO per vlrrinensecanU. .1'. in i ti ...i. .. t ." .. ..." " 9 I 00 40 TTi lanao, Lampsbaden, etc fulldlreJilon.. KI.ori-Kam- lly that it non-reside- nt M wmM I rJT Sw tf and on his arrival was there informed cood rA l'alle- Halilt. Qtileklj-anthat unless the cut xvas made the road lycureil t home. Corre.fnmcleuce Ilay reTer. 4c. SO cents. Ileadacl ftl3 :i7i Good Medium ur cut fS. xvould be compelled to pass its diviM - felO TTM OPIUM MjllclteilandreeOiuIof PHOVISIl )N honeilnxei.tlcaion. IllKllrm.sK Ijtnl ft 5 K dends He came back to Chicago and Br'ITKIt-Chol- cerriine steam Kcucnr CourASX. Latajrite.lul. tftlL RICDCEXV LAXX'S ;0 ntee r pay f rorak 18 46 D.iirj" U li 1 iilCcomrol-i.on!.- ; !Jeerter relteT-reasoned and pleaded xvith the em32 ft 34 Ohio Creamery and IncreaH;. experience 31 yean ; A rionk worth S 10. on ed: 150 ft 1 &". rite for circulars and law. his xvord of honor Al'PLKS-rri- me no fee free LOVE & Courthlp, ent ployes, giving them ' 8uccck irStcCOKMICU 4 SON. Cincinnati. Ohio. 55 ft fiO JLXV i the L'nlun I"ub Co.. that he xvould see to it that the wages 1'OTATOKS per bu5hol Newark J J. nd atauipa fur pout's. NKXV YOKK. xvould in due time be restored to the nvKEs iiKAKii elixir 'rri'isstJKrS . '."0 ft 3 40 State and Western n.. B.nm. M"". . '" the knife. old figures. But this xvas not done, KUIClt --XX'heat No. 2 Chicago i ft fll CHAIN Hook on treatment ent free. cImcer Treated and cured withoutKaneArtdreM No 2 red Co .I1L 91ift iti'l e r 4. 0 a and as- the officer xvho passed his xvord 1 M I K.L. lt"l.ll IiAurori. Vl-- . .M.i 42 ft 47, Corn No. 2 mixed ..Smith X:i- is, iu. it xvould be is dead the men think their .T7 ft 45 T.enrn here and earn Oats mixed npi rfXD ABU V po,, jay. situattoci r sj I .10 .VI ft 10 75 prospects any thing but reassuring. Tho I'OKK Mess .. . isioo(iLMi.auie.ruet'u. uuks hTrnlibcI. "rTrtte VaLxsntx Dr.os.. JaneivUIe, XVli. C 23 ft ti 20 LAItD XX'estcrn steam ixnltrr.iicgo tor nale CataUn with ISO truth is that railroading has been c... aimtifrcc N.l Cijcr&CoCoaleavlIIe, ra. CHICAGO. XVsnted. TOWt MOVm. that more capital than can posuor'-I?hl,'t. Hnartlcleslnt Asenta lai:iple7'i. 50 ft 4 75 FLOCK 107S A.N.K. E. sibly pay dividends has been put into CHAIN State anI XX'estern . ?4 K)4ft w' VkUU Addre JAV MIONbON. DtTEOlT. iltcn. Wheat No. 2 red. No.2ChicaKoSpriiiK'.. . 73'ft 7G'J the business and that noxv it is atSIJft .T8i Corn No. 2 tempted by the oxvners thereof to re2C ft 28'i Oats No, 2 coup themselves for their losses out of . 9 13 ft 9 20 labor. That is really the xvholc rail- POKK-M- ess & !0 ft Icnlha; seek to SVRI Are the three nrrhes of a brldse wh'-- bind the wasonof you ahonld of rwfes. cleannc ana road story and xvith it the story of the I.AUU itcain.. IlAf.TIMOKE. Its A TKYI.XO TIME tor Invalid. Atthl time wnn in.nir-uoMtrikoH. Chictigo JVc.. nruiurnr, purify 'lour system from humors. If roil are TCxea '" ' """"" KLOUK Family 50 ft 5 00 . appetite, illwjnlered ih er ami kidney, ronntlpatlon. r fexerish sUn, take JJK. m' Jiff I want of ft 46ili GKAIN XVheat No. 2 It. KESXEUV'S EAVOKITK KGXtUlY to DEMOCRATIC ITEMS. Corn Mlxwl 45ft ....., 38 ft ;I9 Oat" Mixed... 10 25 ftll 75 Mess adhesion PItOVlSIONC-Po- rk The President's simple . Lanl 7ft 711 to sound policy, good precedents and CATTLE Kennedy- 5 12',ft 5 25 First quality. LoVveK Triiknnt.niiniir'iH.iir xi I. mill outth and Dgctireln action. KeepYoQwlII End . 5 75 ft 6 50 It mine nouss his constitutional right nnd duty in the HOGS li with you on journeys. blood, are at horrnv for !t when INDIANAPOLIS. premises foiled Mr. Edmunds' adroit To women wb m ie rh,r.l,ir, .,ii.ii ami therjmttmiandt takeatItthr hnnJ nf ittHcrfrum any of the Ills peciftlar to the sex. FAVCKITE UEUUY proves a real blea!o. ft M scheme. Mr. Edmunds has not only XVIient No. 2 red f . ... . druggists. Corn mixed ft 35 DR. DAVID ifi failed that xvas always inevitable C1UADITC DEISCIIV 5J sold by all 6 for $5.00. Oats mixed ft 30 IlKffSSlfli $1 per Boltlc; but ho has failed ignominiously. KENNEDY'S J.OCISV1LLE. HAV-Tlmo- xvas impossible to do this. He xvas directed to proceed to Nexv York, TOBACCO-Comm- u ft 4 10 tz red .M ft 01 UH.X1N Ns ft W .No. 2 red : 37 Corn No. 2. mlicd ft :n Oats-N- o. 2 miitMl tl'Sft M - ft Itve No. 2 12 IU ft 12 50 No. . 8 00 ft 9 40 on I.ujrs 10 25 3 to XVIieut-Ingborr- y 13 Mala Hlrr-t- , IlornlVX.V MKOsi.. Uhlo. L'luc-lunnll- . yto.topt.uim l.r 1 u. : ay traean c t.i aad tnen bare them raro ?io. I mtB a tI hiTi. rolft tho iSSfeaM of FITS. irlLErsr f .ingtndy Iwjrraotmy cr IALUS(!fcICKJ.t.-ai:Beema8 otberi hjtb remedy to enro tb not now roceWlnj a ray 11 nS.I fil.1 forno rraon foraoa a frw Bottte of enra. InfalUbla a treatue coco remedy Giro Exire.. and l'oet Offlea. lt cou JoU . BotMaicfortrlal,"a-:dIwiarereyjmddre!S lr! 1L O. HOOT. 1! Pearl 8u. Kow York XThra 1 rmd!-e- al OyRE FITS! cr nerawly for Catarrh Is tho Beat. Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. thy 1 MCIIOOI. otlliu HAILVWOA NVXIXIGIt of Lansuasi-- will of be nulled tu J ou free, btenu' Schoil ew VorK Uty, H7 att 1 1th street. New YorK d The SEND YOUR ADDRESS Fronmmn H i S m I'ork-MC- FREE XX - 1 . "Si ...- - - -- A X oxer-don- e, TEUtsnrri - I . I MARCH, APRIL, MAY b n. m UBBBBBBBf PURIFY THE BLOOD rAfUlfllC Dn-sAvr- o Washington Post. jut to poxvejr should be exen disinterestedly suggested, yet somehoxv the Miggestion keeps going the rounds in a number of Republican papers and is generally approx'edby the Independent press. Philadelphia one-eigh- th It doesn't please the Blaine organs that the return of Roscoe Conk-Jri- "r GRAIN XVheat No. 2 red Corn mixed . Oats mixed I'OHK LAKO Flour A No. 1 .. ...ft ... 00 ft 4 mes stiain 7 75 ft Ffi ft 3rtl ft 10 S2 50 ft 00 ft 8 50 made B'ir i iXD hai-t- : 3tErsTW33iY, n.orxyoxjT;TVJsc. CHEAPEST anil BEST. Trices UEDCCED. BIBLES! ""yiBwPIBILLEL Acrnts Wanted. Over it Fultit Cliulri frtc A. .1. 1IOLUAX lilutimt fc CO.t Phlln. Times. pro-ceed'n- finer-looki- ng ' m m lax-ye- fr ci4. of tho PresiFully dent's nominations in place of suspended officials were those of Internal Revenue Collectors. The Republican Senators propose to confirm these xvithout a look at the private papers upon xvhich tho ohapges may or may not have been based. Backing doxvn by degrees maybe more agreeable than a'straight and square retreat from an untenable position, but it does not change its character. It is a backdoxm all the same. Boston Herald. The pole of the greatest cold has It is at finally been discovered. Siberia, the mean temperadeture in January being sixty-thre- e grees beloxv zero, and the loxvest read-?'- tr ,r of the thermometer being 90.1 zero, Fahrenheit The next coolest p'ceistho Albany Journal office, xvhert n attempt to rob the city of Nexv Yt "'c is called a "mistake," "and the apoIoL of the Senate after being lashed into submission by tho stinging whin of the urcss is termed "corraot. j ing th mhtake." Albany Arqui, Werk-hojaiis- k, be-io- Purify Your Blood Tear Mood may be fall of lmpnrttle, bat Hood'a t. Farfaparllla will thorunshly cleane. enrich and scrofula, nit rheum, The mote-erecaeoboll is plmpler In fact, all aScctlons arl!nK from Impure blood yield to Hood'a Sanaparllla. the peeat blood purifier. It nlo caret dyipcpsla, bll!onneN tick hfadachc. kidney and liver complaints, aharpeM the appetite and builds up the whole system. Henry Biggs Campbell Street, Kantas City, had scrofulous fores all over hit body for li year. Hood's Sarsaparina completely cared him. Tltal-Iiel-- I.TBT OV MSE.1S-T- A1.XVAYS CURABLE BY TJSISa HEXIOAIT "I was troubled with bolls, haTlnc several of then statlme. After suHerlnz alwut alt I cou.d bear, I took Hood's Sarsapurllls. which entirely cured nic. I cheerfully recommend Hood'a Sarsaparltla to all ,IM j!?lc,.c'1, bcinu sure they will find permanent reuM- X. 3 loirnxc ale. Qulncy. Slass. eleven years MUSTANG LINIMENT. OF ITTMl Tsllsce Back, of Xorth BloomfiehL X. V., suffered Ith a terrible varIMe ulcer on his lc?. soMJthathchad to give np buIness. He was cn-t1. eTtA o! tho "leer, and also of catarrh, by Hood s SarsaparUla, rtEsn,. 0FA5IHA1J. bt RheBranticin, Harms nnd Scald. Hood's Sarsaparilla. (Ten-er- a! "When I booght nood's SarsaparilU I made a Rood Is the beat rprta? medicine and blood purifier. It eradicates eTery Impurity from the blood, and cure btesttnent of one dollar In mrdlclne for the first rcrofula, salt rheum, bolls, pimples, all humor, dys- Use. It has driven off rheumatism and Improved my afetlteso mnch that my boardlnz tnlstrcss says I pepsia, biliousness, sick headache. Indigestion, 'oeked up or she will be obl'-rcdebility, catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and llrer to complaints It orercomea that extreme tired feel-In- ay hoard with evenr other hmnlerthit l'.-e-s IIotxTs an appetite, and builds up the whole s,''J.rtn',' Tu"aa Bckklu TlUary Street. creates system. ?, Purifies the Blood Cat nnd Brnlaca, tlnsiandmtet Scmtchea, . ;- Sores and Gall I'paTla, Cracks. ScreTT Vorm, .GmV, Sprnlua ifc Ptltcke. Contracted aiKKles Stiff Joint, Fet Set. EAsaeaeaa.- - Br All, lBt. jara,Ii tm in Backache. ""l'1' nle Eruption. SnlBny, Foaoders, sraiBBf Stralaa, Sore Feet SUaaeaa Frost Ilitcs, and all external dbeaaaa, and efpry hurt For general use la family, stable and stock Hood's Sarsaparilla Fold by all druBststs. SI; It forsS. Prepared by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apothccarlfi. Lowell. Mass. I THE BEST OF AIilW 100 Oo8M On DUar Sr!'HTxrl,r.!n"rg,,t- - I? "x ioT rerared bj s.u., Apotnecarlcs. lowpii. iass. "'--- II l1 ' LINIMES15 Dobm Om Dollar ., V y. f r - ; h '.ai i If.' IV" ,, "faT" iXr i P.iT Vr. reefM awr yif, -- - - & 15Wfl6wBW9WpW""a '"15,fe5&T?t- "f ;3 g W tfl'liril' lV11fT-rt- ". , t M"r- - oasstctjtjMCTyYE-tifT-..--- -, amsgctaratscnar.TC'oa&fi KSQJ lu I fit k "rSt i IKj,. i HI A The railroad managers claim that "MCbe beautiful days remind us i WJ I I , i .,... r FOR CIRCUIT ;jUI)GEi B es e? ; i : & j that we can no longer indulge in son AndrewM Davis i .hi- .iiiiiii- the great railroad strike is pr acti- Ej2 and T. Vj grc authorized to announcs C. L. 0, French. huen cally settled, and that railroad winter garb, but must, like" commissioned as our HANDLE, of Fulton county, as a candiNotaries Public. biu.inessis again being nature, don our spring atlire ; and u date fnt- Circuit Judge. Election in conducted, -- County candidates wcrcthix-'i,- , full force, about as no contra the problem what shall t nest. YOX? usual. That, I wear! Cull at my Millinery uriatmg around nuinerousK ,lavo more !MPa"ts for 33 X ill,cy FOR COMSrONWCUiTH'S ATTORNEY Monday Bazaar and try on som of the the court-hous- .,...1 auu r.. irom eomnotent mmi lovely hats and bonnets, and the ( We are anthoriie'l to announce CIIAS. -C- ounty Cleik Taylor cz?3 sL r& d" iied II. TH'IMAS. of JlcCracken conmv, ai a vexed question is solved, for with license the marriage of .'Mr. than the roads needs, ami that (Hi r candidate for re election lo the ofli-- e of one love of a bonnet resting like a K. Is. Gonrly and Miss W fi - fi ,a Hi they are thoroughly inde- - ufnil n J! jc. f .1 OommoniveaUlra Attorney for thi Judicial Xettio therefore i j halo over.bcr faee, she is always Franklin, on the lith fbiy-pendent of the Ivnights of Labor. w W4 District. in August, 1?SG. 5 instant. neglect this irresistible. Dont In Eist St. Louis, which is in are aiitlmrizel to announce JOHN The flood is doing greatde-stritrtio- n important dutv longer, but secure K. IIENDUICKS. of LivhiRsnn county, to the fencing ii'rfver Illinois, the militia companies, yon one of these treasures before it p ? u Aflii CA v. ?& . m candidate for the otlics of rommn rii is to late. You will find my stock bottom country, but ko far wo ordered out by the Governor, are s.i w-wealths Attruey. in thig. the Firt Judion and the men at 5 cial District of Kentucky, lilcction in complete iu every department, as hear of no loss of cattle or stock. stillnl:ii'fduty,8t.ril.nrc om ofi-i- work ,. ill l of August nest. I am determined my customers OtrtCO Should Ron ,,,. wn.5 imii i jiu Hie n tlinMi '.i.U.J U.-- .1.,,. ..f.. .!. with the very man," .It .IS tnie, Dllt as a (mninil bom. - clxill ..vrn.vi. We are a Uliorized to announce SAMUEL shall bo supplied militnmitMllwl.....n.. CU1SLANI), ns a candidate for the offire best and latest stvles. Will be thing it doesn't. llldeed It llnoen't. Tlin'onmn nic-- i I., h'8 Attorney n this, the of Oommonn-cal- t -pleased at all times p see and have to. J.I1C man taves it the nhuros in V t iwl Judicial District of Kcnlurby. - v T!is iiiwl U'n.icoc serve you. Ecspectfufly E H 1! .. Ir trouble. PM. i iiwi PFi A citizen's meeting was held in Mrs. Jones. rsrvrj 5r:i srwi writ ma r"zj von county Judge. a- -a A 3B? ctea fes- j tgsp tS Louis, Tuesday which prom- cczd; t& Learned men tell us thatMu St. Wc arc authorized to announre J BEEP, at Latin the word editor means "to ises to settle the whole trouble Choice CORNED NAYLOH, n a candidate for the ollico of ' 6 cents per pound, for sale by J. eat." In United States it means for the present. This meeting proAftE STILL THE RING, t'ounljf Judge of Fn Hon connlv. Election aprlG W. Rogers. to' scratch around like blazes to poses a Committee of arbitration in the citv are to be found at the ?e Ibtore of in Augul next. composed of three merchnnts,threo With the bet selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman. Their We ore aotliorized to nimounco I). W KB We return most hearty thanks get something to eat. railroad directors, and three fm (We all preach low prices.) But tor Jn Igo of prices are below any competition. DICKINSON as ft to the ladies, for their liberal ap"Easter' Acomes this year on j Knights of Labor. It seems rea I tic I'ullon County Court. Election lit ju-drop in and See, for yourself, and you will be convinced that we are l,,in .10 it sonably ,,f u i preciation of our beautiful lino of tlin g; t Ai-iw.. ('uiimiit- givinsyou-faefcertain V M t'. i . 8 vl ! !1 Dress Goods, during the past can come. It comes on the Sun-)- t eo can and willthat thisthe trou- settlo Those who-haydone tliemeelvcs the injustice of buying before callVOll 00 UNIT ATTOUNin. kMVtiA week. We have had an itnmeubo day after the first full moon that ble. & & fc3 &2i?J Wo are authorized to announce Jtidse ing at on r store would do well to bear these facts in mind. trade, but our stock is still com- follows the 21st day of March. No trOublebut a pleasure, for us to show aud price yah oifr goods R. tj. M UltllKLL. as a candidate for the George Luciau plete. We are showing goods not Rev. B P. Dcdinger, Presby- - J. O. and II. S. King, King, son of New Stock of Staple awlJFancy Dry Goods, Notions, office of County Attorney, at the ensuing Big bargains in all departments. Come and see. A complete March found in other houses. Plilon terian, .... av.Ul T . 1? rrtnil- - 27th. after an ilinuss died,onlv 3(i shoes, Clothing, Hats, AVe., j grwn variety. Kverything i be found ' August etcction. & Maxwell. of ... Alexander Bajitist, have agreed to debate the G&5 ,,. ITo who tln iii'wIa rT lii ' in a first-claiMJl irebh and new TT, Drv Goods House. yourself and you will differences between their resiect-iv- e lintil'H U1KUUU UUU1H UL.LHI.. Post parents, and sympathy is Wc arc atihorized to announce T. M. find Plant's is the place to buy denominations, at Fultoncom. to them in their afiliction. extended old styles. We' invite an inspection of our goods, Confident wc can please you, FUKNCll. aa caitdidttc for rB election to your goods. Big bargains in all mencing Tuesday night tho 20th the office of Circait Court Clerk of Fulton and guarantee the very loiccsl prices. departments. instant, says the Fultonian. county. Election in August, 18SC. The rumor that ' .Tones, of The Act to authorizo Fulton Florida, is insane has been conTown Residence for Sale COUNTY COURT CLERIC WOT The Tom Parks residence. Ap- county to levy an advalorem tax firmed. Jones sajs that he is disWe are authorized lo announce W. p. ply to of 5 cents on tho S100 has passed satisfied with Cleveland's adminTAYLOR, as a candid itc for to T. M". French. aprl6-2- t goods. both Houses, and wa5 approved istration. Call and see us; we will be pleased to show our by the Governor, March Sth. This Harness, Ihe office of County Court Clerk of Fulton We also carry a complete stock of Groceries., Qucenswere, Want a Xo. 1 Spring IT county, hlection in August, lisbG j hickman'bank. 9XU, iv "Wagon, at the lowest price, call is the tax voted by the last Court etc., at lowest prices. of Claims to build Bayou do Ghien VOll SHERIFF. W. 1COGERS. the street. Oil J. KSee the Sign across bridge. Officer's Bonds. V.'e are authorized to announce W. A i)i:ai.i:u needing any GroIf you are SlirjCrl, a. a can'litlatft for to The Mississippi was still risFor abundant safety and securiceries, it will pay you big, to stop ing at Hickman yesterday, lackthe office of Sherin' of Fulton county. 1Q J iff. Infection in August next. Alexander & ing scant 21 inches of being up to ty to the stockholders and deposand post yourself at d making very .he high water mark of 1SS3. It itors, the cashier, Mr. It. L. Maxwell's. They are Mr. FOI? JAILER. the book extraordinary low prices. seems certain to go higher, but W. ('. Johnson, have, keeper, each, enterWc are author'zel to announce JAMES iCL liver V TAYLOR ns a candidate for Jailer of H.P.UCHAXAN'Sis the only how much higher, the oldestguess, ed into bond to the Directors ami mnn SJS W 2 i C A R h F J z. , COM P O UNhJi'Dl Fuiton county, at tlie ensuing August CST PRESCRIPT 10 XS JL raas rW' hm & tisi,K!K W house iu Hickman that has the men cannot agree onit a will yet stockholders of said bank. Mr. many contending that election. jj ' ' . right to sell Ackerlaud & Wyler's Alexander' bond is reliably repreCustom-madPerfect-fittinCloth- reach the mark of 1SS3. $JU0,- We are suluorizetl to announce TIIOS. sented to be worth between V WAU.ACR, ns a candid te for re-- lee ing 000 and ? 100,000, and Mr. John s j&S.jjQwL J a tn 1 i thin to tho ofiice of Jailer of Fulton coun The Fulton County Bible SoThe 7 ' Plaut's store is full of pretty ciety met and held its annual meet- sou's bond about the same. well W m - el r tv. Election in Ausust next. tA HWS rlPiV IT? fiiTi goods anil prices lower than can ing in the Baptist church, Hick- signers iuto latter's bond are in- 3 Wc arc authorized to announce GEORGE! h 1 known this community, and Mmk si: be bought elsewhere in Hickman. man, Ky., April 4th, LSSG, accord- vestigation to D JJUO'JW L C'ARPBNVER, r a candidate for the respectthe first is ElecofTice of Jailer of Fulton county. Don't fail to observe the ele- ing to adjournment, and the fo- fully invited on the part of any in'August next. tion DEALERS J.V gant values at 6, 8.50 and 10, in llowing named persons were elect- vvhomayfeul sufilcently interestRepreentrt a line of the very bctl Companies in the United States ed ollicers for the ensuing ed. The bonds are hcrowith pubMen's Suits. They are calculated ASSESSOR. VOll COUNTY DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. ''E. Case, President: Prof. J. II. lished : ( O FFl CK A T CO Ull - UO USE,) Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURE, to make you smile with joy. We are authorized to announce JOHN ' Saunders, ; Revs. CASHIER'S 1JOXD. SUNDRIES, TAINTS, 0I1.S, WINES and LUiUORS, for .Medical use. J. TI DWELL, as a candidate for iheofIic Ai.kxaxder & Maxwell. C- - L. Pindar, W. G. Helley, and aprO nzirs:ioK:M:-3s- r ft unlrmigr.l imlTitnrP witnesteth of Ass seor. Election in August next. 2 Tl"Alrx.in.Ipr Ii.iTiug been tlwt ttitUcte I ami j AGENTS FOE THE It. July Smith, Ellison & Co. have the '' W. W. Gardner, S. IHiiuttsl Cashirrot tUo Hic!iinio U.nut l.ctrd in We are anthoriied to announce J. Tlie peach crop is declared RUMDURANT, as a candidate for the handsomest line of Men's Youth's, ex officio. Uukmin, K).. tiy the RuarJ of Director f mM All Interesting St 017, Alexander, f, tin: stIJ entirely j;one iu Missouri. Illinois Boys' and Children's Clothing, in E. U Ward, J. W. Cowgill. II. llinlv.. Now. Alexander. K. III,. Abbott, A. liniui- Comitv Asicsor. Election iu Au V. 3m, ul, .,hiiJJ J l 14. An Al- .... ,. uruiiY. . .. t.....K 11 .u.I . New York, April C. Bailey, J. E. Fuqua, B. C. Cald-Ca- ll . J. 11 ., . . ,ttkff,.u. and Kentucky, whtlo mauy States gust next. IHhCI, 1. the city, aud at lowest prices. .r . A. Vbl baiU' SpCCIill to tllC ltlUUlie Sa S ! .,.,..,. w n ... than a and see them. They can save well, aud T. M. French, Directors, Waton, Lfu Alisaailer. J. W. t r...i . 1X1 au.1 Atrxtmlrr, ins iintl, Ju liereby Ntorbl.ol.lxr. of t.Vh&C III,iOl 11J.U1 lnliti t. i'lan. re- - will have less are also halt crop UIIU nn.! l.in. ropoiietl GOUC) a3 ft candidate for the ofGcc of As- J. II. Saunders, B. C. Caldwell, t.Hi'1 ,mr.lr to tlir Dlrrtnr. AirXHOl-you money iu Clothing. Other fruits l t iri,(d I!. I, fl Oil) IiuflulO osterhiv. !'ro:itlv damatred. aml K" L' Wi,nl' Executive Com- - anil nnk, thtt iHTfurtii bis Jiitii-- k sui.l lill of Fulton county, r.iectioa in au lasbier, f --The prettiest line of Shoes -tilC IlCail 01 o .! truly nrciant fri.J ,y vwrt.. tbm any aJ WllCIC IlO IlllS UCOII at a s rs c?cn Y ri t only Is1 Bl t IU Hick",al,f JS --Tlie United States is the jll mm. or amounts of monjy or otbrr proirty u, investigating COtllUlittCe. LaSt ir--i atj'nT.M. French, Secretary. A PtantuHPPe" TfVV'?FM3f:'"'xf--"- ' Wo are authorized to announce J. 0. " which Spends potintrv in tho worhl hite prttrmlQK th art- - auli MIrllt ItO SllUl limy a I nnr time ' Moore & Landrum, Treasurers ftti.cttoiw uf Hiiil cfficf, be camiuHie by want ol rocr Vvi ;7 ... n..r.,... .. i...i.. i..w. ., ....u ,.....,.., .. ...v....H ...... , innn Ailiii'iition than on war ti.cof5Ceof Counlj Ae-Mi- r, Election in rirp., fMiIriltl- or tuNjnnriknrbataJ 1t him liu H. BUCHAXAX'S is the only and Depository, .. . . .... ... rt,. .... f Jr.,, rP i 1T ue beretmto ett our Uautls, thi-- silMl to IllC f --. tftjmoio iUirjf. I 1USI TCCtMX Oil H ui,uwuldUVv. tAucustnext t bouse in Hickman that has tho Collection taken up for the l I1C ill Ujr ut rfiiaHt, rsjw. R. h. Amisnu. letter in wmen i())b askranoa:qiJatti.f,e three insane asylums oft We are authorized to announce Q. M. T. to sell Bryan & Brown's eel- - ciety and $S25 collcutctl. ' J.J.II.AtCiASDEa, per man, may have an interest. the State, at Lexintiton, Frankfort' SALMON, : as a candidate lor the office of ebrated make of Ladies' aud Miss-- 1 On motion, ndioumed tomcet W. ASHarr, I took the letter; it was from Mrs. A. S. Bcb, andAnohor.ige, are all overcrowd t'oimtv Assescor. Election in August cs', Men's and Boys' Shoes the first Sabbath in April, lSST. at tlib 1' Q. KlECB, Folsoin, wifo of President Cleve ed. net. 1. K. UBSTtr, j episcopal churcli, in tile city of oesi iu me worm. J. A Wat, land s law partner. In this letter, D. E. E W J. Watsov, n ri0 Young men. for a Nobby Suit' "iokhuui. of ........ ...p WlUCll was UaieU at uenon. liaiy, 9? ',VI1' is '"" 1.EW15 ALEia.Nprr., LOUIllV Asacssor. T. M. French, See'yJf Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ' of Clothes, a beautiful Shoe, Hat, J. W. As.EXsbrn, she said that her daughter,' Miss Powderly for Demoorntio I'hil ALrsAaccc which are offered at ONF PRICE, and that the very lowest the market &cM go to Plant's. Pres-,i:t- e for Governor of Pemisjl-- j . Kolsom, wouldbemariiedto A fnptnln'H !'orlaanlc justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. summer, vauia. ident Cleveland next Ladies don't fail to see a tex booic-krcpkr- 's PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. RONB. Cipt. Coleman, sch Weymouth, ntying ... ijt takes but six minutes to We are authorized to announce CIIAS. miller & Maxwell's line ot Import- - be: ween Atlantic Cn and N Y., had been! Wlicreac, W C la bwn eraploTwl by Mr. Piatt would not reveal the; tfwi tompaaj name of the lawyer who showed scim sl cable message lo London B. KINGMAN, a? .a candid te for the of-- ' Ctl DreSS Goods. TIlCV Call show troubled with ft eoush so tint he was uni- - we. Hickman ltji;kinj nrinclp:.!, K iu T TJlT, u A. W. I'. Juhiirtxi, fue of Public school Superintendent of to try Ur. T,i,r yon gootls which other houses do l,Ie to fi'eeP. and W,IS indu-eA. Ji.inr.r, him Mrs. Folsom's letter, hut it is Jimfft0 3. II. UHCtisnui), rnas a et the answer. Fulton county. Election in August next. aad rf. J. HuRrrs, eurvti'S, lierefty (ovrntnt to, ali'l IlllliClSlOOtl II Mlri liCtllV King's New tor t'onsunu-tion- . . I'OA. . uui ..uj. Kyui j,t ,,!,, M1,i lUnkiiiK tuHiiMny tbit aiJ fxitti- on.ly t u nol e h.m We are authorized to announce Prof. of Mrs. Folsoin. The timet), well, truly and at Ant 31 ciw'.itv. A Cularr-Kconomy is wealth come to allayed the extn me sreness in Ins breast JuIilkou s'mll,all4li nil ilutle jxTtaiBins to thr o8!re tho counsel is rumored, will take fallj irrnR IAMKS II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate it marriage, aud a biu.ilarly H. children that nj for re election to the oflice of County . i t Uu iu in "I.lOft-Plant's Mill lill V JOUT goods, and finele dse vm the snine aflected t.l!ect. nf r arrmint fr, piy1, over lie will truly ami place during the President's vaca!. al! ami surrrDi!-txitlifully lisppy Election in Au wjifin far School Superintendent. ..u ' l turu !, cui- e mouej . - froirty ami money entruitnl to his crr or pal in tion next summer." Dr K jn,g New )i3covcrJ j, no.v the b' ana- ItH H)rRioH iy aii ii.iiikinp company, inv n" gust next. ' iWi. rUainU r miVe Ask tO See tllO Genuine French r, remedy in the Coleman household an-- will pay orerantlorutlier kikh! t s.iiJ Haofeinsto il "4 w oil Uncle Luke. H w.nt l. property liel.witw: all money ,!i a n board the Bchoner. ree trial battle i li "Ugly firuiit'jpj. ly Un for ray iJe Ilitiikiiic Company, mSc&lied, an' at Lnt suutiih tun., lap. Xm Shoe at 3.o0, ior ladies. or thl8 Sl8inJard Remeil at c. a. Ilol waul of prnjrcjre tlt attention,Iwit which Bwy KiBpaftASia ijwv ffi35?i ur anil D. G. PARK, ifcsdocl'unu.'i tov--i! Dar ww i be ruibezxleil or niiiipjiroplatiftl by liln. This The wholesale arrest of tho Only found at Alexander o Max- - combe's Drug Store. bUyife spring BftiSi'tailt-April 0, IssS. of New York, for bribe- in winta: tr vr-i- Iu do in poo-- or s or in AETORJNJSIT AT LAW, q well's. W. C Johnson, r, It. T. Titles, taking and corruption iu office du IjJut lio a as alius loukm' fr mi .t'.ii i' to In this issue will be found the II. A Tttrn, - - AT. "To roll in wealth, to tread on MAY FIELD, ring their term in 1SS1, is one of 'nra ap. It n v.r occttrr J t- hiui his A V. Kkh, Mr. John J. Tid- . nit ai'ntrl ill lionltli ncootm oil announcement of llCCHVNAN, II. the most serious events in the Wi Orlbrru vo".ld 'count f:.r anyLn', Vt! In Artlvcl'rnctlce Since 31 nrcIi.lSTT. ,.,. .. KEISTTUCKIT-.! C;iAi. ISaltzku, rm iv ninntl.-.M.-ouiim 1.... jiiui j wcll, of the Crutehlield precinct, n uu.) an toast l.in I"" uiic fji iiniii . J. Houccn. current history of the times. De- he'd it au' sit an sit vbNesof the :m' wnn goods the cheapest store in town. as a canditiate lor uouuiy US nS aon WILL practice in all xoxspite the warning which was giv- !mw an' fill toP turn rq. All that c1k--j First Judicial District, the counties AppeITo i rTiminOlillcrl to Kfir and in the Court-Term- . April en bv the fate of the Tweed ring tnr MtntlnV fulion Conn 13" 1SS1J. Drop in and see the rush at cieVer, worthy young geiitlemau, six tnontlis in tie llate Courts of Kentucky. fur biui anJ entire JSUrawings, Plans, full specifications as to everything needed furni.-heMnvu-nll'A lov .... we find almost a whole board of tTirLl up mrlor A.'. ....... ....... Tliov ,,im .....11 . septlS-l- y .. .... ,,f,citin1' !....! work.luHuw. D.irwasSir John Durkey, viu,l,lll.uu.-.i"""-- ". cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. of the Fulton County laldeimen, composed of men many Tlc Aril term mots' of vou. b areuoinguieuusiuessuceau.einey in atimtiou to oemg wormy, ne is Court convened Mondav, April 12, Judge of whom have wealth and high uki was wll kiKiwn sit oa d- - f'uc Hewu,avitr lla make the prices. 'a cripple, and his friends desire to s, Murreil, presiding. Ion on social position, arraigned on one ial ii is air eitl s, a.T went to xa. enconniRO him by electing him to wllvrobatf.d 11 Offers his professional services to the peo- FT RTirJIAV VV find InjweP i:i l ' mud. Ho of the gravest charges affecting tS HT.'LT.!' "bb,, deceased, pro- of .it mVi.t mi' ?ot no in drt mawuiii' mii a nie ot incKiuan aim vicinity. Will Mil at fro. ten SbV uucel? in open court, ,r01e. their honor aud reputations. The fMlin .int .nn thin would turn up. Per .,. , al llic resiueucc ol 1Ji' - ' I. mntv .... iwnL nliPiiiiPr limn nnr ui.w ui uv.S v.v.j, .. ....j.. ,u.; ... Hubbard j j house 111 this ordered 10 be reconlcU, and Jno A. siuok proot is saul to lie conclusive to haps yon remember what did finally Other marlO section Oft show that they were guilty of the ran tw..y witl a qualified as executor. ffi-- lIo wjiman inJcrtUisKxpcricnccH. country. We think ho will, as he crime of selling their official sanc lctfer man; and Sir John turneu up at hmciakv sErrLEMEsra. jram CRineron. Fu.nitare DeaicrjSf WOT ICC. yo alWRJ-does J'ISt What lie Says lie Colmnbus, Ga , telU his experience, thuf The following settlements were confirm-wil- tion to a monopoly scneme loraj tie bottom of j ribcr. I (loan dat persons holding claims airainst the pay. "etui' an wiHliin' ill waiiiiv' an' p do. He also says that he will "For three years have tried every remedy & a,l ordered to be recorded : price. a dollir an' a estate of 15 F. Thoma.5on, deceased, are One discount all advertised prices, and on the ma'rkrt. for stomach and Kidney I ;. p. Thomas, guardian for Mary It Xot only in New York but in half grtolput' mo'woik at oa do cabin respectfully notified to preaent the same shinsles ill Disorders, but get no relief, until I need! Thomas. VOU Can bet he Will do it. Philadelphia the charge of cor-- i roof viLui idl ""a wait in' dis bido ob do at once, properly proved, for settlement. Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and anil 3 J Xoonan, guardian for Anderson J Hickman, Ky., March, 19ih. 13SG. rnption iu office is. brought against' grave. We will now distract de regular Ask tO See our All Wool now cure I. ami think Electric Hitters the Noonan. ' A.A.FARIS, 1) troit Free I'rvss. p Reed, guardian for Kate E. Ueed the city aldermen. tmrcecdiub." 3Ieil's Suit8, at $8.50, worth 812.S0 Uest U'ood Purifier hi the world ''Major j Administrator. U. KC'u, ol west tjtoerty, ivy., "sen i A. N. Kin", guardian for Kate Hawkins. iu other bouses. 13. Layne Electric Bitters for an old s'andinz Kid-A- A.. F-KIAlexander & Maxwell. , nev affection ami say 9 'Nothin(' h'ns' jno A. Lavue,o- tiarditn forUid Orlando The Senator who called for the AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: J. C. PARTLOW. Jno. H Veatch, guardian for J. V. GKAY. postmas., of fourth-clas- s number l. r Pll-o.l rt un I'll A TlrllA .nw lllVltCd tO Sec ever uuue mc mi iiiukit ou , n '"-- "';1. 1 n aoui r uora u. oane. in. A uv ., . ijauil PKYSICArUIID SURGEON, IE2 I ters appointed during the past iMiIa-an. v.. a ..I TRIES) A2TD S B Johnson, our elegant display ot Dress Goods. Uitters.' toiu at iiitv cents ooiue uj Adelle Johnson. guanlian lor A 1Io.combc. ytar. with the object of gaining HICKMAN, Hlacksraithing and general KENTUCKY And get your . . Ave nave all the new shades in rilCEXIX.of Hiriford. Conn ;LAXCASHIKE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, Same, guardian for J. K. Murphy heirs. an expected point for the RepubEepairing done at Hartford, Coun.; INSURANCE COM PAN IT OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, his Professional Services to Tans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. vote Sunie, guardian for Lotta Ibell. licans, made a water haul only. The bill to submit ton thpcitizens of Hickman and vicinity. T. GB,A1T & COS., There are overoO,000 postmasters jaulC-'SDon't forget that we show you of tho people the .proposition to 8amc, guardian for Wm Murphy. AND THE Same, guardian for Sam Murphy. 3s&: of this denomination, and only suloons in. Hickman ( Corner of Obion and Exchange Streets,) only latest style goods, jsub as can- Annie Murphy. gnio. guardian for MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK N. J. K Murphy. S.GOO changes have been made, or not be found outside the lanrer cit- - has passed both Houses of the Same, guardian for Jas. LUKE BLACKBURN. KY. HIOSMAN, h of the aggregate. "T Lejrislature, and only needs the Geo. T. Meachaiu, administrator J. W. about ics. Gfi'ice, at Moore S: Landrum's Drug Store. Meacham. This thoroughbred Stallion is offered for Prices. Our Good "Work at Governor's signature to becomo.a M. Pewitt, adminUtrator Henry Pewitt. In other words, there are still in pale. His sire was out of a Canadian & Maxwell. Alexander law. Tho original bill was so J J. Jones, administrator U. E Kelly. office over 41,000 Republican post- draft marc and by a Norman horse. lie motto. JGSr.Uia.'L WO UK a specialtv.S3a amended as to make 8700 instead The follow ine pettlement were ordered masters, exclusive of Presiden- abows a marked preponderance of draft JOUXF.GRAY&CO. FIXE SHOES. - tial appointments. stock, coupled with the spirit and action of $300 the lowest rate forsaloon to becon'iuued, on the question of tecumar2G-t- f ' of4his Drennon ancestors. For particu present Council, it rity unfl next term We ask a trial of onr Ladies ' license. The J. II. Ifnrpsr, truslee for Augusta Mor- A physician in Win go Station lars, O.O., address, Mioses1, Men's and Boys' Castom-wad- e is uudcrstodd, will fix it at $1,090. ton DEE KEED; FOR SALE. wiites to tho Medical Record that Same, trustee for Rosa L. Norton. Shoes, which for style, lit Hickman, Ky. a woman of that village, hardly Arnica SnWe.4 200,000 feet dry Cypress Building Same, irustee for Maud .Miles. And durability, cannot be excelled. past middle life, and now in crood and Fencing Lumber. Also, 10O.UOO Same, trustee for Rebecca D. Miles. Tho "Kay Cos J," us by Uruis-es- , Best Salve, in the world for Cuts, They are made specially for health has given birth to twenty-liv- e By coming up 'and settling your accounts Uy press Qlungies. Sotes, Ulcers, Salt Kncum, Fever tne, uardicn for Gus. S. Miles. Jas. Bam & Co., St. Louis,-whosThe followiuR were ordered to lie over Sore., Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains children. Tlie same writer with us, or eke you will be required to marl 2 BONDURANT & DREWRY. - u enstom-madc)work is the best Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ;wd posi one month for exceptions : tells of three sisters in Northern settle with an officer. made in St. Louis. Eccry pair h tiveli' cures l'iles, or no pay required. It C. II. Hubbard, Irusteo for Sarah C. Vermont who have respectively PLAUT BROS. & CO. tearrautetl to aive entire satisfaction. is guaranteed to jrive perfect satisfaction. Ilcrron. twenty-tw- o and borne twenty-five- , refunded, rrlce-Same. tiusUe for Geo. and Wm Ilerron. WHERB.CAX ITS A SUITABLE PRESENT Try them Once, and you will wear or money by C. A. Holeombe cents per bo.v SGDROBDBR, ESTRAY NOTICE. eighteen children. Same, trustee for Susan Flubbard For gale only by RE AIL VALUE? For sale MO Other. Same, trustea for Family Cemetery. A man in Louisville has suf- onTaken un as a strav bv T. S. Williams. Sxith, Ellison & Co. Ids farm, on tie Oyer'burg road, about R. B Brevard, guardian for R. A llar-nes- s FA ISIOABF.E Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautiJndgo Win, Lindsay, of Frankfered himself to be arrested on a fivennd , miles southwest of ful and varieU stock. fort, it is repotted on high authoriii Fulton county, State of KenT. D Golden, guardian forO. . Golden. charge of violating the new KenCAJCPETS. ity will be appointed to succeed tucky statute making gambling a tucky, one red and speckled heifer, abom ROAD OVEItSEERS. old, marked the late Judge Baxter of the Unitinderbit in the SHOP. North J. M Craddock was appointed overseer fellonj. A young man in Memphis 2 yearsear, and spin with tlie lett, and at- - and Troy Avenues,AVet corner ol Moscow Gall and see onr line of Carpets. ted States Circuit Court for the m East Hickman, Ky , . ?A J Mil. ii. was a rigiu . Jt on the Wilson road from Dyersburg road did i in. r.i un: i iiiiio. ., sixth Judicial District.-Courier-Vel- veta, ppnscu.oy J. it. Vi illianH. before me. at &2r"Satisfaction guaranteed. ine greatest variety in ine ' linrnif. not 1.,.t tbo ,,..j Cnntoi,il five ... L to the State line v..v, at new store Fuqua & DcZJow's old stand, has an endless variety of dollars Gien un tier mv iiaim as Body Brussels, Tapestry Jounm. , April. J. A Crawford, on the State road, from nun to inu poiuiuiiiiaiy. Judge of Fulton County Court, March Uooks and frncy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens i piy, jaraaaeit, ah wool, Judge Liudsiy, by letter to Wilkins west line to the Bayou de Chien cs o i ouuera, v um t?;ii;,w Pencils, Portfolios, Lap Tablets, Albums, Curd Gtses, Cards, &c., &c.f policy of Federal aid for SO, 18S6. It S. MURRELL, bridge. Thh "oui, Pit J. F. C. C. Washington, declined to "accept, CHANGE OF ROAD. W. B- - BROWN & CO, and Toys in endless variety. the schools is as old as our ffov- Cocoa aud Napier 3ratting, Straw aprj the position it tendered.- - TJ. S. Petition of Q. M. T. Salmon for change eminent. At a time when nearly Having taken charge of the JKatUuir, Hemp, Oil Cloth, &c., ccc Jackson, of Tennessee, of the upper river road, right of way all the States were too poor to tit lower pruet than anywhere in tlie Senator LOWER and LOWER. has been appointed and coufiniictb filed, report of viewers sustained, and provido for the education of the cjr. AH kinds of Groceries change in the road ordered. T. TYLEH H. A'. & masses tho national domain was as cheap as the cheapest. hams, sides, &c. Sxixn, Ellison & Co. I will not be SALK BILLS. rveslers, The citizens of Cayce preChanjrjg Re.ipeclfully annouce to the public that the drawn upon largelj to supply the undersold. JOHN WITTiNG. cinct, this county, have petitioned Sale and appraise bills and allowance house has been well improved, that they ATTORNEYS AT LAW,; Legislature for a law nrohibit- - for widow of R. W Matson, deceased, filed. needed funds. have secured one of the bet cooks ever in tho Kal Nellce. Hickman, and that no exertion will be TAVEIUT RATES FOB. ISSG. Mr. Morrison's new tariff bill ling the sale of spirituous,viiious Light Steel Movers, Ball JointP Oa Rlrli the 24th day of Apri pa red to entertain guests in most hospitaTwine BindcfsTai;' Droppers The CHAM Ordered that the following he fixed as provides for a reduction of tho Stubbs. de or man uquoie in unit precinct - - gusto CKt laac mi tV - " . nf Porter ,1 to . at reasonable 1. - mi - I ! !... I.nn... i..i ,j .S.r.l li l.i.rn rates for Fulton county for the revenue by about $24,000,000 a A RESORT. ble manner, theygood, fare, andsolicit a share PION" is the'.v' STEEL MOWER cer niCKtfAtf, ucuu tiiiroouceuf prices, and respectfully i,1 will mtT lor sale, mines, caiuc, xno uni im WiHsfU Machines lower than X produced. " 3 1. xt I,sna,3 ntlil 1.. .nil 1., t ver lSSfi: per nlpht, 23 cents; diet per year. A good many more articles FRESH BEER conslautly on of the public patronage. Board i " a nnv nf pnnaHotl'ly. Inn. Lodging attend" to all brisinesaeutrnstGtl a jars and Tobacco, of he best brands. Ci- Uay;by the week,d. list, aud WILLtheir care . " W. meal, f0 ccnis; stabling and provender lor are added to the free Saturn, m4 k iuar2C Jew Depot, Hickman. Ky. iiaironage solicited. cents; pasturage per number of other changes have Office Furniture Factorr horses per hctd, tnafjtj nov U-- tf been made in the original bill. nov8'73 Kl CITY ITEMS-- . LOCAL NEWS - The Great Strike 3 a , 3j li A ! ANNOUNCEMENTS. - Au-g- S k T7 e, I ,.,. THAT L 1-SXi- I HA17S FJA0HBI5 l- tr riA-- cL tSl aJVS ! ! POB wl im.mwm a-- 499 - il-ir.- , c 1 .,.. -- - - h..-t- w j3rr) f ssi' I wi n i:fFlB Ti r" m-3.T'--,r THE OLD RELIABLE K-j- IN t O-- .tl, fifUf9f!m M n$ f m&w B e J-- r. ..-.- .,, t-- ss Il5Ut3.t BrOS. dQm WE WILL BE UNDERSOLD. THE OLD RELIABLE COAS. A. -- yH :olc Alex-audeivan- FRENCH, f 'h BHUGUlMEUAiffl Bfio.o.g MB MAWK g 1 tj 1 1 J- .. e iin lm h t"- mh A.. iihblll 1 ! e I ISX-- "m v-a- Vice-Preside- nt 1 Yice-Presideut- s, L. -- J k V T 1 1 ! ol-rtfc- r r 1 j. WHITE SEWING MACHINE PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY. vry A. I d wi-l- t J , , l&- -t . -- - i , ,, i fes-io- r (OOI-EK.aa- a , i C So-rili- ich lJ f i ( -- '.." I Ils-oierj-- &X!Z mtl"? mwwM s . Julin-Ki- J Iwok-kM-p- rr. HOOFING A SPECIALTY. y i ( illl-l(ll- - -- i j l.)k-kft- lor-J(i- .i 1 - l -i J. D. MILLAED & SON, n a iissm-jneiv'ip'n.-il- . Cotn-pan- y 1 cn r d-f- ill yii-iysyyu- r. l tl-- n wii s - -- f.i-B- .ll HICKMAN Ir-ja- m-a- l -- s 1 ,. 3 2 d, r i- -n Ri-St- liit nr RVT? ..j - iu,t.. j Coy-ijin- ce hap-P-'- n. INSURANCE. j 8 fc-- l s FBI. UII MM MMi; LANDBUM & DAVIS, TIMS 1 " . .1 im. -- S. M a , - - & PO Rock-botto- FIE.S TESTED. O J. lish , one-sixt- I Bosks,' Stfttionsrv 4- Art Notions. nm-hli-n- o o - -- Him I buy At one-ha- lf Hijk-man- MRS. a - JENNIE GARDNEF, wi itti -- ..r..... ,- tjICKtyP j1 ljOUSE, R 1 FETHE'SSALOONf Pi-KASAK- -. ",. 1'. M '- 31 9 I - I 2-- llK fes. , M WMr o. "" V! $z-?- ' r1 cv 1G JNi--1 I lU 3ii?l, S'Wtta iiiO ? M I - v fci- - j ''i; - it - wij - - J " lv Jfc tratT ji Ifljn 1 j. gagg gggsas gys 1 "Jv -J-- r?u?3T1 F iTa j?A K',wi" 8 s?s r-- K. ssaa gasrj .f" RKSSSIispssa; " BB M g ...--- , . r.vrtsrCT3i H g?gsa R0? a 3 ZtzCTGZZZ. ? I"". iP3 l pa vszSsslXy E22j ESajj EPg e & fiPS -- rTBva ii5J,22 WIB I . - " vtrptif-4tti- ? ,caN fSvi 7 ' IIP' s lSjjk Mrs MM eucsKO 11 gg - fen! X; i Hisp pp) tair ,il) tf 1& W Hiir first-clas- ' ID3 " - -.- - - 4JSUCkc I Jl. TUB ECIflliH CQuBIEE, .f s and reH. BUCHANAN has now got hisfSpriiig lll( Summer Stock all .in and read- - for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all liable, and will be offered for s.ile at nrices that will please all. Call jnRd examine my Goods and get my prices, and yon will see at once that I can and will sell Goods at from ten to twenty per ceiic. cheaper than any other house in this section oi country. Buy where you can get the Best Goods for the least money that place is Bucnanan s. JDon t lorget tliat rl. isucnaiian is the man that Keeps mo prices ciown ana iiv)icis ineni there, lieturning my sincere man KS to the thousands oi my patrons lor tncir very noerai patrcnage bestowed on me in the pastfand wliicn mis enabled me to do the largest business oi any house in this sect ion of count ry. BUCHANAN. t- . - v. r ""J js. . FkynkI'-oKTApril 9. The fol- The working people of tlu Tut. Still another attempt is to be J. M. MONTGOMERY, Forewarned, JiDrearnfeu. made to foreo tho Stato of Geor- - ted States hae succeeded at last loffiu": paper, bitrucd uy several MH. to his friends and lie public tlint Aaviegwiaue ommiuccapr,:l i0 pay us repudiated bond, in bniiKing their cause before the. lPlllIIM's of tho I be li.is opened a new nnd frejdi supply of J'Lbie"'ul'n"' will pointed to investigate the condi- - s,!,",lortrt0"urirrJu,,r,,",J These bonds were fraudulently attention of the couutrv and all kinds nf Family Gkocbriks, which bo ,ts0,f : Vij J"'", 'iSvndrrulHly- will sell as loir ns the lowest. He i reaWA?IMmv''f; .hisui t.iu of it oouvicts portH ()f j.tMnriIic:.n liou ouwi(-Jvoiiiiic- i.. & 'he JUpie of h'cturly-T- ho dy nt all times to exchange Groceries at sponsible eaipet-bademan.!. ..t labor have eminent ' employed in tne imnte, cmpioyeilti01.i and municipal elections m ,vll:..h ,in(1 ,,IIIltroi Su Hm Stnto rhIhpm nf iliKiMissinn from ensh prices for Biittrr, Epp, Cliickenp,'or of the lihiir bill in the nny kind of marketing I lint the farming wn- - Uluo, Indiaiui ami Illinois are f one Mr. Alien, a siiort-iiaiSenate and the recent action of Seeml vears after the war. to Texas, and while violent striked friends tnny bring in. Thtt highest mar J'Presenl11- nominally tertotako down the testimony, causingif tlieso fctates take u ... rjnironil to aid in tho buildinpr of ' aio not favored by the public. tlicJt'ie House with reference to the ket price always paid. .. iv J.M. MONTGOMERY & BCO. which was never built. wv.-x.........v- . inclined to af Willis. bill ouht to encourage tho . AfW tnkiiijr it down. Allnn rnfu.. tIV?8 it- in .. I tilling Con.Jbut rcjl,f t0 bc oivideil betw. ncnuiio iiijh ui inu most favorable consideration .. of, iricnus ot federal aid . to educa pes to let the Committee have it. gressional campaign illie papers' . .. .. .. . v rt awiiYv...A.l t i,u tj,0 memi)ers 0f a corrniit comm- - tne cause ot lanor. uue jiouso Tlixi. iuu-iu-v'yiu, cmtuuhs. I...s-.Tho Legislature wants it, and is here arc full .. intcniews with i,.il ai. of ',,-.c-t.- . Lot- f.i mi in, oniV, IIOWBVP '. !1S Jim III! DfOS ll'PIS. L !(' I3SJ I...1. tl.n i,n.,.. f 41, n ,P . ,..-M UIIIU I'l i4(4l,r(l. J 11' VUUpllO lllll ltlVlt Il.l. till. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE name win not no won without a "e to pay Aiieu nnenuiy tor uium. wining j "'x' State came into possession of promptly parsed a bill for the ait struggle. y. We are facing such a liis services, but ho still refuses, (inusijiiubuisheuauuui wiu luumLb- tj,eir government, the Legislature, bit ration of disputes between em! -01 tne vaawoi jt.sieui.ii man bii- i.xliyv ., exhaustive investigation, plovers and employes on railroads; crisit. as was never before known & It is intimated that .Mason, Foard vcr was 011 the iloor of the House. 111 the educational history of1 KENTUCKY STREET, & Co- - the prison contractors, are The outcome ot the sih er debate 60iPmiv disowned tho fraudulent the Massachusetts Legislature last AniPni"! irit'it (in i t Ik dntv of bonUs s,000,000 in amount, week passed a similar bill for the . constantly on hand for hir .In..l,t4,,l while the I'lionlt:' ,,, .1. ' ;lbout lio interested in the suppression of. .....r. ... uu . kin ...IC uui ,r iiiiiilii n in .,n f.,i i i,t ooiino i.iiiii ri...,i 11 liil iiti iiiriiL iii iiii'iii. '...u.L..t iii ilicunt ra ;.. an iii the hour. Especially does it - KEEPS sale .iii' in .M'i . ii'inriit iiiiiiiiui: 111 e coming elections, tne cajly all the discreditedsecuri-every Iriend of common the tcstimonj, and are probably' ot employing L'.) hands; thj HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. ii Having purchased the stable, txrses .."Jliht of recent reports, were held tieyare held in the 2 on 1. w heio tories citv council lias recos- schools in the Stato to do what he lihicacro i j o and entire outfit of W. i. Plumme r to be shrouded 111 grave uucer-- i the dishonest rocinients snhl th.Mn nir.Pd to create a sentiment that will hours as a dnv's labor, to givo it up. we propose to continue the business, and taint '. bo felt at Washington. and several 3cars ago those living on nublic work in that city; the THE RKPUIJMCAN TIDE. fBEXCQ ORGANDIES! solicit patronage The JJlair bill is a provision from PRINTED LAWX8, in 2s cw Hampshire and .cw lork Connecticut Legislature is favoifiREAT monopolies have been That sthero had been a tarn in turned over their bonds to their ably considering a bill limiting thi the powers of the people for the built, up by Stato and --National favor of Kupublicau candidates W. DIESTELBKIISfK States and these States brought hours of work in factories fori people. It has not the slightest legislation, and millionaires like there was no reason to doubt, suit in the United States Sunreme women and minors; and other trace of Federal interference, with PLAIN-PIQUA- . Gould and others pampered Uy The question was what caused it !, Court against Georgia for the un- - bodies arc debating similar nieas-- education in the States. It has received tne Hearty support, or such favoritism. 'These great mo- Civil service reform theories ami ' naid interest. Jiut tho court de-- ' ures. "lackburii, Lamar, side Ilainp- in nopolies are iiiimic.il to the better the retention of Republicans uni- - cided airainst them, takiny the! The labor nnestioii. therefor, loII Oarlaml, A'ance and other cause oflice wsis the one great grouud that the individual owners is fairly before the country anl interests of the great mass of versally assigned. Cautious men of the bonds were the parties in this is an achievement of no simil leadeis of Southern sentiment. space NOtrouble to name all articles, but no to show goods, oucu monopolies con- - like Mr. Ilolman were not inclined, interest, and a State cannot make dimensions. One ear ago arb-- ! It gives to Kentucky nearly .!,- peopie. We have a large variety of white Dress Goods, Laces and Embroider- andome and see, al the corner of Troy trnlliiKT tiin iirnnrt nwi moot n? to talk aloml. but with uuiuistaka- - it solf jl t!olIoi!tinrr !i"ont ncniiict 'tiiitimi tnpiiRurns were not Iioarl OOO.UO.). and ought lobe warmly Silk Mits, Best line of Ladies' and and Moscow Avenue. East Hickrarn," Ey 1,lc conviction they by all ho sincerely desire ies, Linen Collars, Lace thousands of working UPnn' i and willing to admit were ready another State for its citizens. A 'of outside the trade unions. Tie lavorcd in this Commonwealth an Misses' Hose, Corsets, &c. Collars, to .see what bolder State cannot be sued . imagined it hwl citi- , wnen tney ariutraniy ." 1',:lJ- ,Iieil asserted. Even Mr. Cos, of zens ot another State, by the rnn apatheticto public issue an unWe have a fine adequate system of common of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e do with them: strik notliiiiir neither .Many Iriends ot the order reducing wages, in X01 th Carolina, the Chairman of: their own State sue forth eir ben- - 'and labor troubles were mattcis scliools. Shoes and Slipper?, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. .ROCERY Custom-mad- e their greed to make money, may! tne Committee on Civil Service elit. But tho matter is nol to rest between employers and employed cause feel that a demonstration in Clothing, late.--t style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, M'AMILY its favorought to be had at ouco in Collars, Tie&, Handkerchiefs, &c. do a great wrong to tho honest Reform, did not attempt, as lie, here. A number of foreign and' alone, and they must settle tliesi Kentucky, and in the absence of had threatened, to urge upon the of the H. O. Fresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. laborers who are in their employ. House his civil service reform; Northern holders una lotdisowned, as well as they could .without- better autliorit3' wo take tho liber' , !()().- -' bonds have made (DAVIS' QLU STAND.) botheriuir the nublic. Hven statedof Sa.sh, Blinds, Taints and Oils; very low. Doors, . .1.- 1 ..: : 1 (win Hence, some fair way of adjust- auxiliary bill, which had been ty of calling a convention, to be All kinds oT uvu ami gneii mem to inu Diaie men look .,.! i... mm languiu auu SOIL'S. STAPLE AND tANCY GROCERIES ment, seems but right. shelved on the previous of Illinois for the beueiit of the ps thotic view of tho matter, and held in the city of Loniswlle on day. uIt docs not surprise me," Soldiers' home at Qitineu and the labor question could not jot a the Sth day of April, I860'. e earnestly urge the county t said now the State of Illinois will brincr ia hearing in Congress or a L'gis-- , Tri-i.-.;..--. v.p Louse, atbot i. suatly kept in a first-clair. "(,uip Biiperiutendents and such others PIXl! A K? L,,ci REPRESENTATIVE HOWARD, of IN suit in the United States Supreme latino. B' S! 3 ipsa; grsa gst. zsh sxs oni prices. grandest organization ever form- jA U- ''& Cr DIANA, Something has been )ue.tiiere- - sis will act to sec to it that meet-- ; Court in its own name against the TEAS, FAA'Cl VAX DIES, TY ed 111 the interest of the working speaking of tho reported Eepub- - Stato of Georgia on the securi-popl- fore, in tho last throe 111.ontlis, toigs are held in their respective jjj f Hi !rj jf&J J riCKI.ES is passing through a crreatUican gains in his Suite: "Tlie.ties. Tho bondholders seem de- - make the cause of labor a mtion-- counties on the Saturday preced- - Kjj E3 --a.EaiatlB.i-SS.iB, ing, sinil delegates sippointed who , termincd to exhaust all the re- - sil question. II0311XY, GRITS CRANBERRIES, trial just now before the bar ofi democrats are completely disnp-will attend, that all bchooks be ic xox- poiuted and disgusteu. 1 Know -- uiirces 01 inc reoerai judiciary public opinion. This killing, burn- - it lit presented and that every friend of ntli tic nntt. to secure a judgment. WJ J 31- - 3L Z Du. John Swinbvkne, number popular education make an effort inganddestioying property, must 'stituents. I expected what has ai, of Congress from the Alhsiuy, N.I l0 I)C ,escnt. Sn-C'oirees, Soaps, Je. iiui au.icii 10 meir programme, nappeneu. 1 know wnat keeps a Sgy-'i- ll for if it does,' the irood infiii nf nU nartv together. . You . cannot do it Kentucky Murders Must Go. of a government pei.itenimty not be undersold, -- -DEALER IX lx AIIon A s wnrpy rutl'prlcrror'CutterrElggSSo" .: will unite to put them I " "classes, &tm tlieconlinementof .1. n. LVice, J. W. Bryan, Kentucky has made such nota-uow- ers, and the abolition ot the C'?n Otherwise, thereat iieai t !1,enlS nn-- t An,no Jfl vituiibl i,.n...i.;tt WfHHlKO hVMttJ vcr afford to ve away een the b, 1 tern of manufacturing marketable Km. L.VIMUll EICKSIAN MARBLE WORK S of the American people, Is .with meanest office in its contol. A owll gambling that it will not be Jackson, Jr., Thos. 15. articles which come in competition ord. y can oniy gum support nyiatall aiiriirisiiijr if the homicidal with tho product of free labor. xaem muieir struggle lorauvance-panPARil A& HICKMAN, KY. rewarding its supportersvhen it ,,iauia is next corrected bv the an- - Mr. Swinburne's plan is said to roment. In Troubb Again. h:is tho oweiv' a plication of the rope to respecta- organviews of Jlepresentsttive Kleiner says i,e assassins. The sentiment in lled tho goncrsilly. the labor (Clinton Sireet, Connan & Co's Old Stand ) is substan- - pekHRV- Jmtri al izations It The killing of six people in St that the trouble in his town, favor of hanging 5 A most unnatursil case of human murderers, what xox- Louis Saturday, people too who whir changed a Democratic ma- - ever their social standing, is rapid- iisuiy sis iouowb f.f.nAi'iil nfl See-- 'U'pravity was dovcloiied one day DEALER 15 Thr. .vttnnw.v were not strikers, by the deputy jority of nearly tho same size, was ly developing in the Stsite. The rotary of tho interior shall select ,hst week at Ailington in the case a Italian and American SlifiriiTs. wsir a inmHiitniiin fHV.,;,. t nwt me jjeinocrais woiim not press of Kentucky has done a suid buy a suitable site and con-- ! "J Hhl. II. Dunaway. a robust contribute a dollar; they would creditable part in fostering this tract for a suitable penilentiarv in- - 3'0":iS '! from Calloway county, tomb and grave and tho Sheriffs must bc able t not give ev u enough to spay for sentiment, suid it is now permeat- stituMon for the ronlincmeut of w" appeared with a State war-al- l buow mat it was done 111 execu-:ti- i STONES. tirmfin.r nf tifcMR. it for his father., ... Reuben II. ing all classes. It is not too much nersons sentenced to one ..year , try ting the law, or public feeling will j TIIE WAYne county coange: received a fine lot of Arao to Mty that the people sire becom- or more by any i'cuerai conn. ijunawsi.t, ciiaigiug nun wun HavHAVING Italian Marble, 1 im j r condemn them. The killing ofi The most startling change in ing utterly disgusted and sickened The Attorney (Jeneral and Secre- ing stolen two horses from him y4 9 pared to Jill all orders. Call and exa tho Sheriffs at Fort Worth, Texas,! the political complexion of tilings with the record the State has taries of the Interior, Treasury, about the LMst of October, 1SS1, ors. I have secured, permanently, one of the finest workmen in the Stale, and will make by the strikers,' and tho burnimr was in . Wayne county, where- Mr. made for this particular crime, and Xsivy, and War are designated to which the father si ill 1ms in his Orders from the country promptly o ni .1.. rt:..:i cciutu uoul- - the next time some young or old select tho State or Tvnitories in possession at Arlington, where he roofing and tinning a sjiccialty. may JO 1111; unu of railroad cars nml nrntmrtv nu: neriou, Motto I will not bc underbid, even in larger cities. t inissioucr, came from, f There, blood endeavors to assert his chiv- which the institution or institu- lias lived for the past ,ear and a St. Louis, was an outrage and where the Democrats had always alry by the unprovoked killing of tions shsill be located. One hun- half a respected citizen. Young stains the Knights of Labor. had sway by a majority of about si fellow man in any of the leading dred thousand dollars is appro-prisite- Dunawsiy not having his witnesses OEALKIt IS to begin operations with. with him, ho was permitted to re1,300, the Republicans this time towns of Kentucky, it will be r ?J 31k. Powderly, tho head of the piled up J.000 majority, a gain of found that a complete change has There arc on an average from a turn to Calloway for them, and on Knights of Labor, openly asserts 1,500. It was hinted that the ap- taken place in the morals stud thousand to eleven hundred fed- Monday returned with an elder Up in the eral prisoners in tho various State brother and the trial proceeded, Civil Service temper of tiie citizens. ASD ALSO. that ery act of violence, killing, pointment of anotherIndiana w mountains the murder mania will penitentiaries, which are paid, at so and developed tho fact that tho Commissioner from would Seinerf, Lines, Hooks, and all'kintl Net?, incendiarism, &c., charged against throw the State over toJthc Re tlourish a while longer, but in the much per csipitsi, for boarding and old man was forced to leave home, of I'ishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar Knights of Labor, shall be thor- - publicans beyond dispute. Mr. towns and cities si stern determ- keeping secure the convicts. "wig wun nun uio two uorses 111 gain. Groceries and l'aniily Supplier gen (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) oughly iuvestigstted, and if any Rynum says that taking tho State ination to punish by law or I.wieh These convicts are to be put toic"'irovcrsy. 1110 old mans erally. "-;is " uit-ai-i all 'over, judging by the inniiicinal is now crystalizing- - Kentuckiaus worlc nianutacturing arucies re-Kuieht8 are tlnv Rimii emo- - siro a sensible and igotous people, quired by the sirmy and navy, such uat County Attorney bhelhonruc "'. NEW expelled from the brotherhood,! e,etio crats should have it. Tho, result and are becoming dissatisiied that as blaukets, fabrics for uniforms, withdrew the suit after hearing ', . and prosecuted m the courts cf as it stands, ho says, will have no a State, with almost unexampled underclothing, caps, bridles, sad- - reo or four witnesses for tho & LTTUS CARLISLE iti lituu. j.uo jvuiguis nave a effect upon the election of a suc resources, should ue so backward dies, harness, etc., and thereby defense. After the trial was over OPENED, witl.jiew STOCK, out- and out fine, stylish MCiS for hire. lesider in Mr. Powderly worthy of cessor to Senator Harrison in m progressing, iney attribute save to the Government a larger1 warrant wits issued for the JUST reasonable. Patronage solicited. this tardiness to a bad reputation January. of the equipment expendi- - J'estofyoungDunaway on a charge g the greatest admiration. G-THE DEMOCRATS WILI. CONTROL which frightens away persons suid tares no wannually incurred for the of. earning concealed weapons,o seemed to be loadW,th Avit-'capital. There is in tho city of two arms of se ice. THE LEGISLATURES' octC0-18The Arbitration bill now before Cu down, besides which he carried Louisville a Law and Order s Congress to settle strikes, may be The Democrats will beyond all ty which has destroyed theSocieon his person a navy-siand a gamthe Legislature in xoxCniNA has another ground ot; double-barre- l shotgun. Undoubt a good law and a step in the right doubt elect and will have a blers, and it will not dissolve until AU kind of Farm Machinery, Plow, November, ) folks are taught complaint against the United edly ho came to Ballard (or direction, but tho Blair Educsi-tiona- l majority for a Dcmocrat-eithe- r larc other Implement. Wagom, &c, repairetl ou for blood, bluff or horse States Government. The Chinese short notice nnd woikinaulibe mannrr. bill carrying the great McDonald or Ur:iy to .'succeed a lesson. Tho ablest criminal lstw- consul at San Francisco telegraph- flesh ; instead he got himself into S6New Wagons, &c. made to order. MANUFACTURERSOF in light of education and intelligence Harrison, n Imt'A the fbenato tlm yers of tho city admit that it is ed the present Chinese minister trouble. mar5 If? and harder to aPii lmtnmtitt getting harder ' anion the great mass of working! secure an acquittal for murderous that the arriving minister had been Uiuk WiZlt his ISsttI A Fvclitig people, would be better towards' majority of that body 'to start clients. Tho dark and bloody forced to make presentation of decredentials and unuessarily Kewuig permanently these strikes.' wun, aim 110 prcuicts that thev ground is being illuminated at hist tained in port before being per- - Wall Street News : An Eastern 25cts Lower than the Lowes in tho .. , U hut do you think of it, Mr. Pow- will have at least 00, and nrnim. with tho rays of a better civilizaI have no clerk cxpensss no store ren w1. .1 fPJ "- -- ..... IM.i. man who was traveling railroad uuueii 10 lauu. S-a lily 100, out of the 150 in the lower tion. .ind pay cash for all my Groceries, and . . derly t 5!llll O 1IS1 - Soutlvre8i ' cnine ilcr0S8 - . P! ..rw.n iimiltnii , tTllf. 1Q "...-.. ...' - nt Ifc IIUOU IIIIIJiOl;i tlitjli ...... .....i... ......a . ...3 v... .. i ii iiiiii tvoc TiiTtmr tn.llilHouse, as to winch will bo nl bcrcfore can soil as cheap as the cheap been highly indignant 3:. Boat brands of Wittenberg and Lon . The right of laboring- - neoplo to stronger, irray or McDonald, he ' The Hon. Bill Reed having dis- court scy thus oilered fslVi'',if,(" ployes less than 7o cents per day, Gowj , , j t ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the d wiy thcv tlid not tinguished himself in the Legisla' JOHN WITTING. tfrik. for .y.or .va.es, or better; jke by offering as an amendment ernment, unmedisitoly hud before ture , improvement of their condition, have been for McDonald. Mr. By-i- s to the revenue bill a provision that Secretary Bayard a formal state. ,Q , ', u ' . received. recognized by the people every-- j num thinks tho Democratic defeats circuses shall exhibit everything ment ot tho information HOW TO SAVE If ONEY. excite- - "Hutiiow This created considerable where, but these acts of violencX,' in Chicago nnd Cincinnati are esisi-- . that is advertised, tho Paducah ment at Washington, and the con- ! ?"?" could it P . Standard gives some history bear- !....- - i 1. f , r ' l Cli. j iiiLiui i .iin.li nu ihii; We are Wholesale Headquarters tor al 3ECentucky. killing, incendiarism, &c, are eonV S"f.cf ?.!t?ilor, by:1,,c. tr0,uble ing upon the case. uuut ui uiu vjuiiuuiuj. rT niipf ninn seems that sit. s..,n !.'rnni..isp.ii was ui uhoiuimdi petting JO cents a iiaj, and the It grades of v. ,.v..i. , ; .. . in these considered .' "'. eiiiuuii 11 v jin frnmi iinnmo snii places on sicconnti.tnir election he "camo all the way to Paducah of tho CHSWIK&, iiinxiiiicnlilp. oxcent iinon the president got us tOKOther and ni on a rainy day last fsill to seo a outbreaks drive good men from frauds that have b?en exposed. made sucn a siieccn against moor s ...:-:.- . or and will Job to dealers only at Factory nnt&nf circus, ite desired particularly to ground of blundering -- the strikers, and therein ami therei .......(, tllft prices; also the see Krao, tho missing link, which wanton discourtesy, as he had re ' jii we hired back to the company that by strengthen snch men as Gould. ftcuator Beck. IIST ceived specefic instructions as to Dentil Scotch, and Superior Stoic. Sniff, wonderful individual was extenCovington Oomntonweatth. ' a,u l tMtJ sort at 7.". sively advertised in the list of at- tho proper reception of the Chi- lows to go at it and squeeze the the best in the market. .We also keep in ii The recent local elections in Democratic opposition to Senanese Minister, and had been diconstantly on hand a choice selection out of a corporation Indiana show Republican gains. tor Beck in Kentucky peems to tractions, bat under the canvas rected to extend to him all the of Family Groceries, Confectionerte and lmvo died out. At any rate it is Krao, silas, was sadly missed." usual courtesies granted to tho paying its president only :j2o,(J00n Congressman Howard, Democrat, Fruits, which we will sell very low for i Mr. Reed never recovered from his 3DHXJGS, not near so rampant as it was a the cash. Please call and see us. representative of a foreign gov- year." says the continuance of Republi- few months iuiu-- i ago Mr. Beck, by disgust. Hence his attempt, iu ernment. The Secretary of Stsite FUQUA 4c DelSOW. can sentinels for tho Democratic his admirable course The bill to pension the soldiers Sen- tho Legislature, to protect coming immediately began an investigain tho AND army did it. ate during the present session, generations from a similar imposi- tion, and in response to a demand of the Mexican war, passed the PATENT tion. Louisville Commercial. House with the provision that it has in good degree reinstated himSaddlery aijd Harness for explanation the Collector an- shall not apply to persons under The last Legislature continued self in tho confideuee of Demoemphatically denying the political disabilities. Tho provisswers, Abdominal Supports iu scssion'one hundred and thirty-fou-r crats. Ho has encountered the There is danger in too much charges, and declaring that every ion Jl small fling aimed at MEDICINES i 'days. The present session Republican leaders of the Senate law. Fifty years ago every facility was afforded the Chinese rebels, principally Jeff notably Edmmids-a- ml farmer in Kentucky had embassy and not only tho ordiPLUSHER & FARR1SS, Ims aclacks only about twenty days of quitted Davis.' himself with but fair knowledge of what was on A.2KTD equalling its predecessor. It costs with decided benefit credit,party. our statute books. Xow, not half I nary, but unusual courtesies e.v- Jackson St., opposite Courier Office to his tended. Houses have passed a " HICK VAN, xIotii - Y, 1,30 a day. Senator Beck is lawyers know the laws we live the Demo- the biil'appropnating $150,000 for the cratic leader of the' k0.,Atf. and under. Frankfort Capital. A WELL selected stock of Saddles a- -l STEXTyear the people of Ken jin his hands the TJishopT. U. Dudley, of Louis-ville- , conipletion of the branch peniten- TOILET kRTICLES cm interests of the X Harness. New work made to order. suid levying an Prompt attention given lo has in tho April Century a tiary at Eddwille. The House passed tho prison tacky ,wHl lect a Governor add pany are sate. n3f mlilitional tax of 3i on the $100 parole bill on Monday. It allows i.lnnr niwl fni'l'illlf. letter Oil ther Stala aCcers. &c., &c., &c. &c, &c&c. koth Houses hate passed a convicts confined for petty crimes subject of the Blair Educational: to pay for ft. k of any kind. He has iccured the service? ,m.2a-...L- . cy - . bill for the narine'iiFnr nnminoii to be released from tho peniten- tun, which iiu u "i;' iivisi. u ne-nvctmhb iegisiainre iias of that well known ini exeePeat workAppellate" and Superior hc . jwwMM'a law tjucing lightning mil I Sl;,,onI monUilv. It Pr- - tiary on good behavior, subject to thinks there is no nobler object to man, Uncle Bob Farm, which'of lUelf la Convention meets in ITetr-- ESfPrescriptiona filled at any hour, day or ight. Bi night bell after 10 o'clock ....v.t vMuii a guarantee of good and faitlifut WMk uuns'ioii)orrow tne I be returned if they violate the be obtained by legislation than the Sfeoa, April 2S. , law. 'money lor uio purpose. education of the people. t I 'J-g Imm-mho- ,, the E coming campaign. Illinois Against Georgia j The Conquests of Labor Fodorai Aid in Kentucky. THE BARTER GROCERr. Miiii.H-lassaa:- ul o -- .. , -- . .71 u -- I - -- I I L .j. .. - - LATEST STYLES V AD won A m Faius Parkeb, 11 1 1 i T 1 lie-hoo- I - 1 :..!. jo 1 - NCHAMI " -" - " - .' PRIM AND Family Groceries. i : , , ent i tern-porstril- y 1 ... JUDGE. ss 1 uii.-iii- J. AMBERG'S -- ri. "'', , , "hi e, i jj! jjL i S3 K. lJj MIXC-J1EAA- T, 1 I O. B. o-- -- :.'. 1 KINGMAN, 3t S ,,0-,Ci- JZjrn ,'' fediM-alfrtir-j- - for.oo 0 rt -- I n. sys-nM,.,- Har dwarc, ML Svsy-fe33ii- mwm'fi inware ST5, - 1 Marbi.-monumen- ts, ! 1 , ....... W j.-- .j d F. S. 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