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FMUSHED EVERY FRIDAY ::::gFy s ft At ' " MBBBWi - - . V " a Fine Job Printing EXECUTED GEORGE WARREN, "KIT. THE HICKMAN j- COURIER JSS6. . - With Neatness and Dispatch. BtrVELOPEa, L2TXER-ILL-HEADS. 3 LSA.SSI2 "K aext door to OKy Ball. 0OROTrARREN. Editor. Tlie OldoKt Is59- - NowPPgn nUCE SUBSCRIPTION. tl.50. ESTABLI8HBD POWDERLY'S APPEAL. All KulRlitK fif I.nbor Culled HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, LTNCHINGS. PLAN TO BOYCOTT GOULD 't Wostern Kcutucky. VOL. XXL-N- O. INVITATIONS. ETC ETO. 29, ESSAY ON HEALTH. A Few Remark Which Apply to Men Who Work Tor "Kecreatlon." It is easy to tell why a man shouldn't ; die, and in point of fact death is almost always, in public opinion, a curious ac- - ' ' cidetit, though the victim have the age of Mcthusalch. It xvas a bad cold. It xvas a little It was some overwork". It xvas the failure to Have xvork enough. It xvas every thing that wasn't proper, xvith a most surprising failure as to the happening of the every thing that should have been. No man dies because lie is ready to die and his appointed time nas come, jjeatn is a, perpetual surprise, and when tho spirit! of the dead man gets over there over-exercis- -- ,111 lirtnl W i i tx I s J " lly Shutting On Shipments of Manufacl'irnt Kt.Iii. tured Good From His Itoads. """AsIlINGTON. Arirll IS sJpvt-lcunlarlly Alit the Southwrtt Striknn. Lawless Doings of Mobs in "Widely St. Louis, April IS.-- It has transpired "Cr Of Heirs of the Millionaire Promote billS l!ltrulttO! ers The War Not on Caplt1 Hurley. . Where Is ir T!o tnnV Darknwl llaivu. Separate Sections. grooms. e His Intentions here that a scheme is on foot to boycott; the floor on Wr resolution rolatlng to open which 3 his J manu$1 .Vr& 2 M Hut on .(ay Gould and Trash the Gould railroad through Eastern 4 ?$ 5 P0 75?6 3 7 wecutlvo sessions, and spoke at length. Mr, Common lujrs W;6 on forever, nnd the 3Ionopoly riipre 5 M District Assembly No. Meil-ulugs ....... :i 57J witler obtained consent Three Men Taken l'roin it Kiiih.h .lull and facturers. To Make New York a Great Medical Center 8 " 4 Ufa k ... PiuuiUELrmA, "April 15. General Mas- rhorohtmslf)jJr-,,ot''tBheadquarters inj "r. Logan will follow. Ato speak Good lurs Knight of I.abor, with i ruturothe Virgin!. Houso bill was pa?-lliudlril Vltli Mullets of this Country. 5 (& 5 W jWSjffi ter Workman Powderly, of the Knights of admires. authorizing the delivery to tho own ers of Common leaf stntesuion Boston, embraces about .TOO local nsse"" 50H 5 KVTfc B S5 Med'Utn leaf Lynching Two 31nxican Plains Labor, addressed the following cirWhile MountJWj WHteai tbe liros. oi 7 2Mi 8 25 JO blies with a membership of some wuw cwtalu classes of property enptured in the Good leaf HBh volcanic W Mrung Up. speccu w ns Selections cular to members of the order: tWglO TO Iarge quan- S.n.War. The llhrit. wcnlntlnn shoe and cotton workers 00 Uicn "P. nd. after considerable 0O&18 si "Sw Youk, April 16. When Fra. H. U Uii 25 Nolilo Order of KnIKhts of Labor of Ameritities of the articles made in tho terT :;fto, voted upon. It was agreed to ycaa Wrappers Vanderbilt gave $500,000 to tbe College of ca To thcOnler Wherever tory covered by these assemblies are, JnajslO.or Tiie resolution declares it to bo of the Lrglnlaturc. ou l'roceedlnR Physicians and Surgeons, October 17, 1SS4, Gouldhave all rend of the jrrcat strike on tho ANTno.vr, Kan., April 19. About two shipped to points on the Gould system,, jnj sense the Senate that Congress should bnnCta f Hues of railway In the Southwest. Its wa; ABd provide for any Joint commission to con- he had an exceedingly clear and practical history is being- written day by diy. ltmakes months ago a fight occurred in the villnge and the plan is to notify all mau and not ariuorufciu theSeuitethls morning, only scttle tbe fisheries question. idea of what should be done to make New but little difference now whetherthe men of of Danville, near this place, between thrco ufacturers to stopshippmg their goods ovr J1 iHjUSliln thf l!nitt.f tttr. ltllnl.lfnmnta that Kruvo body remained in session offered a is acted York the. medical center of this country the Southwest of tho wisely or notLet us brothers named Weaver and a man named those roads. ThereNo to be a meeting ot r28? wascalhsl up. A number of speeches nftecn minutes. Senator Krndallwithlu ten .TO at Boston pass that part Assembly tlus bill to prohibit thc6a!oor liquor husks of hope and put it on an equal in point of facilities passed Into history. affairover frlt.ton. has Adel Shearer. Tho latter was fatally District discuss this matter, and if the plan .CQMlltllflfl ttintitnnnn tn nAnlnlr .A .1.- - miles of tho State House, at Krankrort ThcrowlsetMa'00; The General Eiecutlvo to adjourned. cora. Hnddrinlrp' prescribing tbe with institutions of Europe. A part only Hoard of tho Order attempted to- settle the wounded, and the Weaver loys wero ar- is decided upon und tho manufacturers reHouse Mr. Bullitt's bill und Its preparaiiii'ihI wioi ltafc that' roach their souls .i restore harmony: utrteincnts rested und hurried away to. avoid mob fuse to accede to tho demands of the ussem-bl- 'HR nxmm, April 1 Senate. A letter manner or sellliiB morphine of his plan was developed in his life- trouble and by them with a4e or horn. through ta were made tr, Jackson wns read informing tho tion whs culled up and PHS'kH provides En.. a strike will probably be ordered of I t;0fiO'Blnttton a theirs as whichever place it may happen to betime. His gifts to the above named col- but when the Hoard reached IShO. tho U. S. Judgeship .!....., ,. nftnr ..nirnilpr 1.sell It It snail Till thei feci1' St Kuis Mr. violence. Last week tboy were returned ttfe workers in the terntor named. A reP' BTf Ms acceptance-ocans wiui uuspca.s.auicJiu it propaDiy lege weru restricted to the purchase of Itoxlo would not treat with them. Jot that for trial, but their cases were conIn any fureft'icE Air" lawful f u... .....: t l,,11,. hn niTTTrr-r faeMxth District. A memorial of the wool- - not bewrapper for any one to qr,pv;l- 'JO These alone, but ho positively refused to employ tinued for the term, with bail fixed lots in Tenth than scarlet paper ft KPHrieE. avenue. m nliraVlhTeyeTlhcro' at M. Louis was nre-- other with the gen- been in consultation knhrhfe of Labor, whether they had K" act- ,,r i Vtf A ...t.- was pafd for, the con&trrX! lor 1110 uausu m tu emmaicuicuon tost rJOO,000. 'The remaining 500,000 was ive in the stnko or not. it now bccnes tho at 510,000 each At 1 o'clock this morn- oral executive and local committees littWs-- ? . . .i... i...... lo be in.Tiuttintr up the main col- - part of every man and . .w.v:i- - i....n pumsneu by a fine of 510 town. There, aw tul andwn!T5aM liialcstle. by the prise and tho reason of the unprovoked ;:tz i iue-- la isiicotin. - H,.y 'i.,-- --r i or more armed - j mi mob of lege bunding. Mr. underbill's scheme was a take up thelljrhtof.tho woman in theprder to ing asurrouuded forty residence reported vergo of the dire talWream. R "e Biiuauoii nere nnu in t it Public Health Southw-s- t astonishment. id Scynte on open executive sessions the Mr, n't,.. r'rt.i.M.ltt w nn bill men carge one, and he kept most of the details them to tho full aitentof their eveais. assist sheriff, whretbeprit-.'7h-J- I mvurni.ip mi the to establish boards Tho top ot Edmunds hill shncs out Ilk e a 111.1... They th southwest. It Is also saiu tiint uis- Rave notice There is a great deal of talk as to the his snow-ak seen In a dreato himself as to what ho intended to do for have been idlo lor neark- - two months. piard. The guard hearing them rustled tnct Assemblies 77 and 7S. which include Ican Mr. Hiddlebarj-e- r ofoffered intention to of health in cities containing ten thou speak n substitute overxvork of Daniel Manning and it six perthe Collece of Physicians and SurgpouwlaThcy. have had . a nMietUTlaCTT'p'to ro the prisoners out of the back door and into tho shoe and cotton workers in Mumo, for the fending resolution excepting tnaties sand inhabitants or over. consist of Allison, Shsnnan and Krisbe Hoar pin t; rover Cleveland. uujatlMJrt.tiBMti let his irians The latter is a man known inaT'hTO,,Bh an1 Rro n need of tuadi. It requires the the new school building. Now Hampshire and Massachusetts, will from optn consideration. Hlair s lull to pen that tie board shall to COld grfcjind. for one Therethntrnnr r tho no arc general way to bis lamuy. 1 hey became or eloquence or rnctorlc topiiwi me cause The basement of taken prisoner by tho mob hold meetings immediately after the Bos- sion dlsihlcd soldiers, who had served six son", two of whom, years, be electedTor thrco sheriff was these sutrerinjr people. Tbey require aid, and two for the sound of the peppVi calling, of what is called full habit, as was the interested in the work that he had entered and it becomes our duty to extend that aid and guarded. The deputies, findmg it use- ton Assembly, audit is thought possible months ll tboarm was taken up, but it went ear. two for tw2 three of the entire num And wait no man hears that sound. former. It is alleged that both should but on, the carrying out of which seemed its quickly as possible for us to fio so. Send less to resist, surrendered. Tho W eaver that they will pursue the same course de- over, lie Inter Mute commerce bill wa jean, nnd at least mcj practicing pnysiuimis.and re- For In wild rcverberaiico "Hooray for have taken more recreation and that taken upjrienutor Cullnin and Palmer speak- ber an to to please greatly. In him a every dollar you can spare to the general brothers defended themselves m tneir cided upon by that body. fiercely arouud. council, are to be elected b the city Illalnc:" rings ever ing. At 4U2 the Senate went into executive Mrs. D. secretary and treasurer, who will at onen tnn. struggle d 'William short It time the lesson of Manning should be taken ceive no salary. The bill was session, md adjourned at f.:Wp m. for life with a revolver, which SSloane, one of the daughters, gave .to the ward it to the men at St. Louis for distribuoriginated In tbe Semite, and bus passed that Uh pity. Pity for them who wait ror a vHlon to heart by Cleveland. These are wise deputies. thev had taken from one of the Hot sb.-- A revolution was reported trivlnj? body. The Committee on Insuruce reported college handsome gifts of money, to be tion. Iteinember. the men outtheredo not A RASCALLY SERVANT. that never priority Id bills reported from tbet' muiittec fnvorablyon a bill wlrch provides that lite Oh, Pity, pity Torlooms; who dwell in the faint. words; but, after all, what is recrea at all. u They were finully overpowered by the used in erecting a maternity liospital, ask for charity. They do notiuk them were placed Saved From the 1'enltrntliiry by III The case was on Public Land marngents ho do not takeout Jhc regwhich is to bo free to all, no matter what is jour executive board that mkcs theap-jca- l mob and disarmed. Ropes ,.., tion? The late Charles Sumner ti.r i mil or iioom. taken up. Sitieehes were made by Hull 'la.),. insurance shall Ho who gives about their necks and preparation- - wero and in their behalf. ular license prescribed by luw In the Ikj tlned For the great S.ilt river a Seeoml Timr. ried ajeautiful xvoman at a late hour the condition of the patient. At a meet- quickly irivet, Only to Itoh lllm Ely (Mass.. Green iN. C.t, Pcttibone, Urcckln-ndjrecounty once. Another made to hang them to the rafters, but the or .V) from KO 00u' lc. Act at we margo is white with tombs. ing of the board of trustees, Thursday Hurt and Tucker ifin.1 The majority Jail not to J.VW,than imprisonedThe Committee of his lite, and in attending5thc parties JJew Yoith, April IS. Dr. Louis Sheffield, the or you days. more of approaching be sent tj confirming Itomels' right to evening, it was announced that Cornelius, appeal mayfor it now. you and ask judged trample they tired fifteenfeet frightened street, hired a resolution were agreed Mr. without division, on Judiciary reported u bill to establish the We n.ust be to prepare led him experienced such to xvhicli-sh- e or twenty shots nf li West "Wm. K., Fred. "V. and George, the sons of by our actions in this matter. Io not pass mob so to hi scat judicial iiisiricu i ne iiiuwiw to year ago Arthur Williamson, n acute pain, because of his misplaceIVm. H., had decided, if the trustees iould resolutions condemning capital, for we aro into each man, literally shooting them nfiera yea and imv vote on tho minority Mneteenin und placed Estill, Powell, Lee. TARDY PATRIOTISM. the Senate horses rode ment and the absence of his books young colored man, as a servant- - Ijist resolutionsdcclanng thnt Koincts' wa not I lay. Perry. Letcher. Knott and Breathitt consent, to jmt up a building on the not lighting capital. Do not antagonize the pieces, and mounting their the Iwys and The inotherof elected. re corner opposite to where the Maternitv is contest we have before us. Letusmtkea rapidlv awav. of them 'witnessed the en- August when he went to Saratoga he took 16s The The roll call showed yens 105. nays Counties In the new d'strict. The bill was was The Author or Uncle Daniel' Story" that, according to various accounts, he appropriation Mil was committed. A bill concerning land titles tho wifo of one arrlcultural Fact friend of every man who ha suffered Disloyal Intrrestlnj; Wintr erected, to be known as the VanderCounted loomed above the prevailing greatness Williamson along. There Williamson pushed. Thoriwr und harbor appropriation reported. It provides that any land" sold to through This battle against tho tire tragedy. bilt Clinic They each gave ?K,500 for this man whomonoj-oly- . from History. bill was the unfinished business when the the State of Kentucky or any county for 19. On Sunday stole a suit of clothes from n fellow servrepresents monopoly must be and fun and gentility like the awful Danville, Va., April purpose. It in needless to say that the fought udjourred. House Watch bis taxes due in anv of the years from lsXO to Issh out Albany The Slur's publication of Logan's embodiment in small space of an imtrustees promptly gave their "consent to everywhere. manfully. eye on tbe actions near Axton a negro named Kellis Moor- ant nnd started off for He was with WAsiiiM.itis, April 15. Senate. A doings man, by a forged note, induced Mike an lncIuUve, shall be redeemed on payment or arteam Sheffield's Dr have this building put up. As the title to or Congress.Keep Urge pending epidemic-- Mr. Sumner xvill- was presented Hskingfor an appropri- the amount due and six per cent, interest on novel of the war hits set the oldest citithe commitgo a neighboring the complaint of the and the land is vested in the trustees it was tee that appointed bus been to houso a white man, to oftocards. Mahone rested, of theonteam was sentenced to it ation for the dedication of the Sarutognt same. It was passed. for which zens of Wushinjrton to buzzing liko so nigly submitted to'Uic game to plnj a owner necessary to secure their formal consent. do its duty rearleMly. Strengthen monument. Mr. Logan took the floor infsup-porThe bill reKit iNkroirr. April his wife sued and no harm to either sum of money with him. and venr's imprisonment in the Albany Peniof the resolution for open executive quiring count!' topn forblunk books, tho many bees. The air is thick with According to the plan projwsed, n buildiug their hands; give them every aid. In con- took a small though he died, early he lived is to be put up at a cost of $o0.000. The re- clusion let us again ask that you send at oneo on the way Moorman knocked Muhone tentiary. Dr. Sheffield, who thought he sessions. Mr. ltiddlebarger followed. Tbe expene of which has been heretofore defrayreminiscence anil conjecture. Hoary and sion bill wa culled up. but after a short every dollar you can at present raise to dow n nnd roblied him Mahone wns lmdlv had reformed, procured his pardon from maining fJOO,000 is to be invested as an ened bv the State.was called up and passed. Tho happy. along tho ebate went o er for executive session tell who are dowment fund in the hands of suitable line tho wen Southwest now out of Gould s stunned, but recovered sufficiently tosoon Governor Hill and took him into his service joint resolution lo adjourn April Its. IsMi. was veterans who were in their prime durNow, men are the creatures of birth system of Hoisk. Vnder the call of committee, bills called up. Mr Keland moved that the dato aguin. Last week Mrs Sheffield liecamo trustee and the income, it is expected, raihvav. tbe not delay, and at tbe same time whut had happened. A part of men but who as xvell as the creatures of circuming the tragic days of 1860-6- 1, pool he changetl to Apr l m, iss,, ami n wus huhwi-eDo captured Moorman atid lynched him last very ill, and was removed to an uptown were reported prohibiting will keep tbe clinic in working order for all make ready to bring tbe wbolo power ready Tbe doctor ecllinr and lottery advertisement. in the DisSome of the Senators thenlthought that the latterlv havo withdrawn from active stances. Probably Mr. Manning's best time. Mr. Vanderbilt's sons are to put up to bear upon tbe man who wrecks railroads, night. Mahone's injuries are thought to sanitarium for treatment. of Grant to Philadelphia, trict W t'oliinilua; accepting from Mrs. of art resolution to adjourn In 18s7 might not; look life and mingle with the world only at recreation lax in hard xvork. Few men' be fatal was called away this building, the college having uothiug homes, fortunes and lives In his greed Tor 11. Vanderbilt certain objects as and to reconsider and a CoKi-- i to do with it. When it is completed and gold. Let us determine to have it go into hisChuisti, April 19. Of late several and Williamson and nuother servant presetted to the lute General ('. S. Grant; like a Joke, failed motion out a quorum of to call made. It have be- get such satisfaction from any thing as struck as grand a raucheros residing along Los Alamos Creek were left in chargo of the house. establstung a commission to report on cer- voters, Bnd the Senate passed on to other some rare military equipped it will be turned over to the col- tory that tho men of they get from work well done. Williamson tain manuscripts of supposed historical value; matters. The bill allowing a married woman Wednesday night blow ror liberty as tho men of 1776. The mea have suffered heavy losses at the hands of On lege. gun to brush up their recollections of There are men xvho have never been m ainencsngthe stututes relating toyHcbts; of 1776 broke the power of monarchy and de- horse thieves. Tbe ranchmen started out packed about f3,000 worth of valuable dispose or her property absolutely by will Twenty-liv- e to years ago. They knew used to the effort nccessarr to thatend, throned the king. Tho power which they last night in a body, rounded up two Mexi- into a Saratoga trunk and a hamper, and, tb presidential count: to establish a was called up and defeated. Tne bill passed . DEATH AT THE FEAST. at Louisville. Ky.; authorizing wrested from the hands of a king was not so can thieves nnd hung them to tho nearest loading them on a cab. drove off with in the House stipulating that the convicts John A. Logan well in those days, and and xvith them good felloxx-s- , all of great as that which is now held by one man tree. The the President to arrange a conference for tbe shall not hereafter be worked in the coal comHe stopped, also, at the Ten Person at a Wedding I'artjr Killed by who, through the corrupt use of money, has investigate sheriff left here this afternoon to them. and trot Mrs. Shefiield's sealskin promrtlonof commercial relations between mines. wh taken up nnd unanimously remember him vividly as a rather them, beyond a doubt, and men xvorthy or the affair. brought manufacturer and workman to ruin. monplace man of about forty, and South und Central possible respect the lighter the Cyclone. dolman, which bo said the doctor had sent the Ulited Stales right of way to the It. A. O. pus-eTbe power ot the king has passed away. The Amerfra: granting make seduction a felony HorsF. a vnar or two less, who was bon of all him for. Detectives traced Williamson to It It through Government reservation In was culledThe bill topassed the House some IIice StatiokvMinn., April 1C. The fatul pow cr or wealth Is nasing away, and it must pleasures are as necessary to life as tne up It New Yorkers Hoofing it. the Cosmopolitan Hotel in thjs citv, where Philadelphia: for the organization of the Ter- time ago. and nfterwnrd passed tbe Senate, camarade in the social recreations of blood thev carry. But Mr. Manning ending of the wedding party, near this vil- now be determined whether man shall rule "e Yoitk. April 19. All tho street-ca- r or whether wealth shall rule. they found all of the stolen goods in his ritory f oklahama. authorizing n investiga- but the latter added to It ouo or two unim that time, but of no personal or politilage forms one of tha saddest features of "light cavalry people T. V. PownaiLv, lines in the city, except the Eighth and room except the dolmnu and n fur cont tion ot the books and accounts of tho Pacific portant amendments, which were concur- cal mark, and giving no promise what- as one of the the wholesale destruction of lile and proppreemption, timber General Master Workman. beloiging to Dr. Sheffield. AVilliamson rallroa4; repealing thelawi. An Hdverse re- red in by the House The bill to muke one ever of the robust and virile individu- would have been as little at home as lines, were tied up culture, and desert land convicted of hunting on the inclosed land of erty wrought in this section by Tuebday w as remanded tho artilleryman or the foot soldier. by order of tho Executive Board of tho port w made on a memorial for the Impeachanother guilty of u misdemeanor and sub-i,- ality he has since developed. The Mighty Wind. night's cyclone. The party was assembled He xvas studious rather than gray, as is of V. S. Circuit Judge Nelson, of Massa S10. wns tabled. The ment inn Ki. nf fi tit It is proper to say that these men re- Mr. Cleveland also. Put eMher of St. Paci., Minn., April 15. The reports Empire Association. The order is out of at the residence of John Schutz, a fanner, chusetts. A bill wa passed amending sec- signal service bill was next on the docket. It A GREAT CATASTROPHE. men. w ho What puzzles these men under tho gay cockade and tion S3 of the Hevised Statutes for the provides for tho establishment of weather member him kindly. to celebrate the wedding of his daughter of the cyclone at St, Cloud, Sauk Rapid3, sympathy with the brewers. Pending notion on a bill ser are on a strike. The board claims that Hundred oTIVople Lost byii Fire InaGiiIi for the State ot Kentucky, WashingMamie, and the ceremony was performed Rice Station and other points in the vicinithem is the attempt in " Uncle Dan- give him the small sword and the light tobacco to authorize the establishment of with the l. S Signal Service at fuabout 1 o'clock bj Rev. Gustavus Smith. ty last night and early this morning wer nil the street railway presidents are in clan Town. manufactures nnd for drawbacks on imKrt-eton, with a central office at Louls ille It wu iel's" narrative to make Logan a horse, the dashing mustache and the The afternoon was spent in social enjoyline and that Viknna, April IS. The town of Stry. in artides used In the manufacture of to recede monthly reports, and they were to rious Hoabdil of Union enthusiasm dur- always uplifted glove, and ho would not exaggerated. At 3 o'clock this morn- league with the ment, and at 4 o'clock the party gathered tobacco, tbe morning hour expired. be published m the newspaper oi wie jmuh-- . they mean to defeat the strikers on Gnlicia, has leen almost completely deMan ing the early days of secession. a)out the wedding feast. It was a happy ing, in the places named, there were forty-nin- e hnibor appropriation bill wa The board means stroyed by fire. The number of houses The rUerand considered until adjournment The sum or $.7)0 was to be appropriated for of these men were busy at .hat time speeAih disgrace himself. Give him dead and nearly two hundred injured, each line consecutively.end. Tbe nssemblage of nearly forty jople celetaken up and the oKnse. and volunteer weather stationxvork and he has his recreation, and to the employes it out brating the bridal festivities "for the favor- with mauv still missing, whose bodies will to light Dry Dock Line state that they burned is nitwit GOO. Many persons were at 5 p. u. wero to be established In the State. Tho organizing for the Union cause. Many his of the ite daughter of the house. The cyclone probably be recovered April lfi. Sen vri.. mils to revenue bill wa takeu up, and a motion to became members of the lirst company take away his recreation and you take A WsinNOTns. Just enough The inhabitants are destitute. work because they were ordered killedwind was blowing, and the fire start- relieve political disabilities were passed. Mr. reconsider the Straus bank bill was tabled Mr. awav las me. came, and in the space of Ave minutes the bouses are left in Sauk Rapids to form u left do so by the committee and not high several parts of the tow n about tbe to Owens offered an amendment that banks pay mustered into the Federal army for the inert to liuxe the open execuhouse was converted into kindling wood, fringe around tho village limits. The deThere is an old adage to the effect cents on the $110 it wns adopthad anv grievances. The ed in he tive session resolution considered, but Company A, Washington Light that it is better to xvear out than to and scattered all over the farm. Of the bris is not piled in heaps, but scattered far becauo they time. One to ed. Mr Owen's amendment. In addition or war Street Line men stopped same in one street hundred persons wero was anttgontzed by Mr. Dolph with the happy partv a feyv minutes before 10 were and wide. The sign "Sauk Rapids" in the by falling walls. Tho Infantry Uattalion. Before that tliey rust out- - There is nothing so pathetic killed cents on the $1W depredation Mi). The Senate bv a vote tbe tax'of seventy-rtvcorpses, and many others injured, several Manitoba Depot, nnd a basketinl of books for the same reason. In fact, the men on town hall, tbe railway station and tho telbo a of Mto.. took up the Indian depredation capital stock, provides thatover tax shall per had known Logan intimately, arid what as the speetaele of a man m his prime none of the lines, with the exception of Hnd ten of whom will die. There was not a build- were found in Rice Station, fifteen miles egraph ofllco were destroyed. A largo bill After remarks by seerul Senators the it .cd upon all the surplus stock at tho thev do not undestand uow is why. if Line, have any ing in which the survivors could care for distant. Tbisshows the terrible power of tbe cnpiial to work try of the of wounded were sent to to iimke in regard to their hours or number distance of two miles, where the bill was referred to the Committee on Indian cent rate as ts levied upon reai itww, j Lojran was such' 'vryent Union man. xvho has alwavs been used bridegroom was the storm. IS'o reports have yet been those not past commerce bill wns same Affairs. The a ing to live without it. There are fevyu, was ordered so as pa v. The general tie in full or all tax liiunu.suuu ( amdcn. which shall ; killed outright, but the bride was only hu never tv. from outbyiug districts, where it is hospitals are crowded with the sufferrr. tnVnn an. After a sneech t Mr. nMigAoSMamaiiii.lMw(jrJitQ,it to . the :itiu nnrl in II l ttnl After diSItOSll slightly injured. The neighbors who had lelieved great destruction of property and to "forceyield directors ot tbe of the strikers. Hundreds of persons are missiuc. Lack thnenute went Into txMutivs-iloiiii- t .:ir" totthonrst. uctlonJth; IlouseSwent.bnck tho revenue, ,1 xvho kills himself 111 order to the demand line to &r13TtfIu:s-l'a!:- r p, m;untlf"Sfohday- -' escaped tbe fury of the cyclone, came to loss of life have been wrought. TbKtoriii .otigrcos rang with make perpetual the healtli tne AlThe men ordered out on a number of the of waterrcudcred aid by ho militarysru! HoTSBA.Sfltinte bill was pass'd. provid clauce" of the first chapter or tnv upon hI taking sides: wn rescue, and the bodies of the dead were extended from Jsnu'-tnwthe Dak., through tne. jionev ana looa nre oeing bitter over to namely, that fixing an annual appointment of taken to the school house at Rice Station. Minnesota, and into Wisconsin, though its lines feel verystopping allthe action of the in the surrounding towns for tho relief of ing for the value of certain a commissionChi- property, real nnd personal. In the original the fiery outbursts ot'secession prophets mighty has already given him. There cars and state property in report the committee in cents on the 1(. and impassioned appeals of the loyal. is nothing more true" than the declaraM.I it is pUcM at most disastrous effects are to be found iu that this general cago needed for Gov eminent purposes. The business is beiii'' the sufferers. offered, fixing the the three places first named. on ft A doenaamendments were to fifty two cents. The subject was on every tongue. tion thaunan must cam his life by the Epitome or Gladstone's Bill. fljbprtes question was discussed fotty-slrun into tbe ground. on basis of Sorrowful Story. reoluUon of iiiquir reported back from rate Itiehanlson' 16. Following is th text amendment fixing the rate Southerners were resigning and going sweat of his brow he can never get London, April Mr on Kore gn Allairs already Another Telephone Invention. A Cholera Scare. Fin. Uivr.it. JIi' , April is Twelve tho Comtrittee r.ver and harbrr MM and provided i 47', cent-- . In addition, there is home, and from beyond the Potomac so rich .is to escape that ntessity. was at t" cents was adopted. The rate of Gladstone's bill for the better governadopted- The Clin u.o, April 15. I'omeliUR Sp'tHan", put a'ide for private bil'. the regular h, cent Tor building the branch penitentiary came sounds of hostile nreparation The physicians are xvell enough, and ment of Ireland: '"It debars the proposed Lovpov, April 19. There is n general years ugo Mrs John U. Cook lost the I'nday At the conclusion or the Irish Parliament from legislating concern- of this city, has invented a device for tele- cholera scare throughout Southern Europe : of seven children Her bereavein- nt un- order for ommittees. the private calendnr at Hddvvillc Next year, whenwill revenue blown on tierce winds of sectional rules looking to health are well be only 4. iiate. mind. Since then she has liv.'d tbocallof up. The tlrst but wa for the rr lief bill goo into effect, the tux railsettled her ing the status, dignity or succession of tho phoning Ietween moving trains and i extending to England The Lanct and it enough; but every xvi?e man. is a law was tnken cents, of which 22 cents go to tho common ) street-Sh- e Ilailnmd Every body then knew the South's untohimself, knoxving the temperasinking fund, and Crown; from passing laws effecting pace road stations. Tbe invention is ton ex- and other medical journals implore the au- with her husband nt Xo. 8 Radwaabout the of theMcMinnvllleand Manchesternnallv schools, 5 cents to the spends much time wandering of expenses. This was th- - last dread purpose. A hundred thousand or war, the army or navy, the militia or tremely simple affair, consisting of a cir- thorities of every British seaport to lose no streets seeking her dead children One of Company,r.ihi Tennessee. It was Houso. but not deBnitelv dis cents to ordinary ment that rules his health better than prcvlou revenue bill, and House volunteers, or the defense of the realms, cuit wir resting on an insulated slab be- time in putting their towns in the best posntt.l'ip. tn. the night took a clause of the tbe entire Din wathemoveu unu tongues of flame were licking at the any phvsician can; and behold, conposed of. and ner uemsions is turn mo cnutiren arc ones tlon on Ou this wire session, carried Tbe bill was pusstd by a vote of W soldier that held the States together. and from taking any action concerning the tweena tbe railway tracks. of a strip of sible condition of sanitary defene, and within the walls of the house, and recess until T.'&Jp. m. At tho trary to all rules and all popular belief, The circuit rod, made were pension is vig frequently conceals food under the floor forty-flv- adjourned at hills p. m. passed foreign or colonial relations of the Em- rests vVigfall was in New York trying to seto:. 8:13 metal, haTing attached to it a movable seeing that their quarantine servicemorally she them. it is'lifethat is the accident nnd death Several cure an investi- House 14- .- Senate. effective. They say it is the authorities for pire. Among the other subjects placed be- metal roller, making continuous connec- ilant and Frknkfokt, April J engraver's establishment to that is the rule. Ar. Y. Graphic. WvsiiiMiTON. Aprd 17 -- Senate. Not in minor bills were passed. Senator Hush yond the power of the Irish Government to tion with all stations and all trains on tho certain that tho cholera will "be brought to gated her condition. Considerable food a bill from the Judiciary Committee take South and make the Confederate the doors of these towns during the next was found concealed beneuth the floor, the session. i deal with are difjities, titles and honors; line of the route. The return circuit is HorsK. The House spent the day on pub to amend tbe election laws relative to bribery. prizes and booties of war; offenses against gained by means of a rail, wheel and axle few days or weeks, and that the terrible re- odor from which was very unplensnut The or The bill so amends the existing law as to per- Mirreney.Tancey, Slidell and Toombs THE PRESIDENT'S DESK. buildings of the Class costing probably be sent to the asylum. sponsibility rests upon the health authoripropaganda i woman wll tbe law or nations; treason and alienage; ts The bill to authorize the establishment mit conviction on the testimony of one wit had declared the rloomv through the framework of tho engi Demand Mr. Clove and for ness, but allows acienanni to testiiy. a v iuh of secession. It xvas the time for loyal Many Suhjecls navigation, copyright, patents, mails, tele- and cab to the telephone. The wire ties of admitting or repelling the scourge. necr's of export tobacco manufactories, in manuAutograph. used artlcl.-graphs, coinage and weights and measures. On to Washington. on a resolution ottered that the Commissionland's Attention His drawback on imported through the train, connecting all the tobacco, was passed. Newsboys Strike. Pinking Fund nt once rescind tho hearts to thrill and loyal voices to ring The bill further prohibits Ireland from runs so that conversation can be kept up Sckantow. Pi , April IS -- Mr. Powderly facturing export April 19. Executive com- ers or the Yet these veteran citizens at The President's desk in the early any thing to establish or endow any cars all parts of the train to all stations with the Mason & Foard Company out. doing contract from Wiiim5ton, received. A bill wa Detroit, Mh h., April 19 The after- will go to Washington to testify and return tho convicts to Franktert resulted Washington who knew Logan so morning presents a queer sight. When religion, or to disturb or confer any all other trains noon newsboys on the struck on the hrrn-in- before tho Special Congressional Commit- munications were hall or In a tie vote. Speaker Hindman voted against clos dy can no account of religious belief; and on the road and between the erection or n r.r Washington. Allcr some routino the resolution and defeated It. Atter detectremember that he at line. Chief Executive lays aside his Xetrs of this city, demanding two paalso forbids it to impose customs or excise tee inquiring into the strike on Gould's record In uny time detined his position, directly the .t. nnnin wont into executive ses- - ing Mr. Holes' substitute, tho Senate wranduties. The Queen is given the same prepers for a cent instead of one as heretofore. Southwestern railroads. Havana to go to xvork, there are upon Mr. Griffith, of gled over the Question Tor half an hour, reEdmunds Surprises His Friends. n. m. for the further consider rogative to summon, prorogue and dissolve There are about 100 of the boys in front of Chicago, General Worthy Foreman, next in .."." ,Vio Mexican Well and IAbra treaty. jecting Severn! amendments. It finally ad- or indirectly. Thev. his erstwhile boon t on of the companions, were notoriously organiz- the table all sorts of things. Papers of Washington, April 15. In response tc tbe News office nnd they have acted like the Irish Legislature as she nas with respect Adjourned journed, leaving the question still open. Mr. Powderly, came hero yesto the Imperial Parliament. To .her Maj- an attack on the President in secret session their elders when any one attempted to authority to will also co to Washington to A vote will be reached description, pertaining to almost House. Tho House rerused to concur In ing a comuany, but he did not apand esty also is reserved the power to erect by Senator Sherman for refusing informa- take out papers. The boy so doing was set terday,testimony. When Mr. Powderly the senate nmendincnt to the seduction bill proach them with one word of symbills and resolution 'iinnsr A niimr-crocverv known subject under the sun, which says it shall the clause forts, arsenals, magazines and dockyards. tion as to the causes of the removal of Re- upon ami beaten nnd his papers torn to f;ive Washington ho will go to Philadelwen' introduced under tbe call of States. A by striking outaccomplished under a promise pathy or encouragement- - He had" op- are. then.', and the writing on the en The Irish Legislature is permitted to im- publican the bill to increase the beafelonv Ifand made it a felony under any it is said Senator piece. Few papers nre leing issold except phia, where he will establish headquarters, .r marriage, portunities without number, but he velopes is a study. People resort to pose taxes to be paid into the consolidated Edmunds, to the surprise of his Republican from the office. The Journal free from and probably remain there until the expir- - rnval establishment a continuing special promise w hatevcr Thi was bill day, but no fund to defray the expenses of the public friends, defended Cleveland, declaring the the trouble. from Iril 22 to April 27. was lost. A measures or a general nature were offered. did not embrace a ingle one of them. everv means to reacu me hw-h- h ntion oi his term on January t next. extending the Immediate ed service in Ireland, subject to the provisions soldier-talhu Your correspondent visited one of ear and eve, and present their claims played out, and that of local and private bills hy establishing it within the The usual number As the session draws to an of the Irish land purchase bill; but is not the Presidentbusiness right to remove such Gallows. had the Cheated the free delivery were introduced or these citizens at his house last night. after their own stvlc. 'Personal is Punishment for Insulting a Lady. limit of anynny to either raise or appropriate revenues currier deliverv these bills does not eem end the number e other New York, April 19. John Carpenter, without the Queen s recommendation men as he pleased. IVasson.Tenx , April IS. Win. and Dan. ofllce and Pvithin one m.leor may designate to decrease, nnd trom 1.10 to 200 aro offered and asked him to review his memories always written on letters addressed to (ieneral stmaster bill was of the winter of 'GO-'the who murdered his wife in a Third avenuo Kent met Miss Soards, a respectable young i.vnrv week. Tho whiDOini-nos- t made through the Lord Lieutenant. Tbe so far a John the President, but nearly all of his rnllowlng measures nc ,t"".y Tho House then A. Loiran church property in Ireland is to belong to Removed for Cruelty to Soldiers' Orphans saloon at the corner of Twenty-sixti ho Cherokee lies- -' tnken up and discussed.come up street lady, on the street yesterday nnd insulted Thi. "I mail is gone through by Colonel formed part of them. "people, subject to existing or. Arkansas; res- adjourned. The bill will the Irish ILvnnisBUKO, Pa., April lo. Governor two years ago, and who has been confined her. She told her brother Lewis, ag-knew John very well in those days," Lamont and the ervation '" the Ptnto nna for morning. M The Executive Government of Pattison charges. demanded the resignation of death, this the affair. W were, you 111:13 Fhankfoht, April 1.1. Senate The specia1 he said. "consideration o? business from tbe 1 Ireland fs vested by the Queen in a Lord of Rev. R. E. Higbee, State Superintend- in the tombs under sentencehis cell by cut- seventeen, about in pursuit ofHe seized a and the really personal or importin shotgun and went the Kent. inSinn Commission, llesolutlons setting order (the convict question) was taken up close friends, Lieutenant, who will govern with the aid ent of Public Instruction, and removed morning killed himself certainly intimate ac- ant letters sifted out and laid on ting open his jugular vein and the veins in "When he came upon them ho emptied a apart the I, and Hh of May for Territorial nnd the vote by which was defeated :T of such officers and councils as the Queen Rev. J. W. Savres and Mrs. E. E. Butter, his arm. Carpenter mnde too unsuccessDan. into each of the amendment to rescind at once the quaintances. Xo; 1 do not connect the President's desk, and these arc may appoint, and will give or withhold tbe inspector anil assistnnt inspector of ful attempts to end his life before. He was barrelmortally wounded, young men. other CommWlon business. 0Mr. Murphy .Ip.. was May set apart for while the contract with tbe Mason & Foard Company him with the Union sentiment during legion. His desk is always neatly to have Hennepin Canal bill. I,ost-veQueen's assent to sucn bills as the Irish and reconsidered, but the amendment was that winter. If he had declared himwill have to suffer tbe amputation of bis f the Soldiers' Orphans' Schools, for gross mis- fifty years of age. it Legislature may pass. 17 to Mr. J. irraii'rcu in by a vote motion left arm. The boy was placed in jail. H: not Ox Muj A for the again defeatedntnendinent orto giveU.the con self I should have known it. If he had presents a sony the morning, but the management of the schools, and neglect r. appearance xvhen tn.lnend the rules andbuilding hills was also ii xv. Smith' Gold for Europe. and cruelty to the scholars. public tractors six months' notice was defeated said a word in Congress "I should have day's xvork is done. The Prcsidcn re Discomfort of Riches. con deration of to Sam Jones Can Have Revenge. the rules and pas- - bv u vote of 2S to 5. The House resolution heard it. 1 New York, April 19. A shipment of lost A motion am Mire of that- - But he ceives a good many papers from callers New Yohk, April 16. The arrest of a tic Ktillroud was then voted on. It reters the report of Deputy Marshal Assassinated. requiring the Northern Pad Namivii.i.1, Tens., April is. A AVueo, S20,b00 gold bars to Europe was made on i oiotiy during the day, ami these he lays on of sent to Greenwood to the never opened bis nuiutli. Japanese young man who imagined that a Ahk., April 15. Deputy Mar- Saturday, but it excited little comment in Tex., special says: A white man named ('omnJnv to pay the cost thatlocating an pend- tin. committee Commissioners, who are to Ft. Smith, road was Sinking Fund knew bow he stood, only we, his former his tajile. He is a quick xvorker, and Inir lands granted to daughter ot the late Wm. II. Vanderbilt shal "VVin. Erwin was assassinnted in the "Wall street Yesterday tbe engagements Tobe Jackson w as arrested near Keagnn, it and report. This resolution was ing when tbe House adjourned at .:. p. m. thing in favorably regarded him in the light of a Choctaw Nation Tuesday evening. He at the ussay ofllce amounted to $1,000,000. Falls County, and brought here adopted by a vote or 21 to 11, and the motion companions an,j intimates, took it for in an hour generally haswu tabled by a vote or IS to 14. granted that he was a boiitneru symto reconsider Jackson is wanted in Barton County, Ga., order, and "a majority of the case lover, and wildly sought her throughout had arrested nnd was returning to this city The shipments, it is understood, are desforeign Notes. Fit xnkfokt, April IB Tho House bill, in pathizer because he" manifested no charge of blowing up the to his boarding-houseither disposed of entirely or properly leads to the discovery with Felix ('riftln. a noted outlaw, charged tined for Paris nnd the continent. The re- to answer of the Judge of that county and Louisville and Madison the Tun sanitary board of Home mlniits that corporatlng the was passed. Little else was Minputhv with us. He knew we were referred. sumption of the export movement in tho residence residences of Ike Vanderbilts, the with highway robbery and that the Company house- of the evangelist, Sam "Jones Asiatic cholera bus broken out at Brindisi, iAstors and Jay Gould are constantly when he was set upon by two men, who present condition of the foreign exchungo tho done. yet diffiembarked in the Union cause, but he One of the most plea-awith dynamite. bill was guarded against cranks by private detec- released the captive and shot and instantly market was regarded with some surprise. Horr.. The whipping-pos- t The bill tolaid on never told and has ordeied that all arrivals at othei his, heart was with us."' withcult duties he has- to perform is appeasit. tives. The private service for the protec- killed Erwin. ports from Brindisi be quarau. the table, thus killingGreenwood was cared Adriatic Doorkeeper "When was this?" " A Can of Carbon Oil. draw the troops from ing the autograph craze, tion of the Vanderbilt, Asters and Gould Miss Folsom Coming Home. tined one week. up. 'nils bill also tukes rrt m the Governor was organized three years ago. and is os"All through the winter. He left Loe'ller generally has a dozen or so Nude. Crusade Against the Classical PlTTsncitGH, Pa., April lb. This afterNew York, April 19. Miss Frances R. power to order out the militia when he the tensibly separate for each famiry, though It is stated thnt owing to family pressure thinW it here after the Congress adjourned, and autograph album's lying on his table. Mr. Thnmnson consumed Montreal, April 15. The. authorities Folsom, of Buffalo, of whoso engagement noon Michael Clowley, living on Pius 1D men wuo aeiena ine vnnaeroiiw mm builda ievr minute in thedctense of his bill. He went back to Illinois. Then, when we When the President comes to his office same estab- here have begun a crusade againsttbe uude with President Cleveland there has been street, South Side, attempted to light a tire tbp King of Bnvnriaishas stopped the every thought Astors are provided bylhe the civil authorities of the county heard the of the companies in the morning Lcelllcr takes in his lishment, and practically work to- in art. Action is to be taken against one so much talk, has taken passage for Amer- with the aid of a can of carbon oil. Tho ing of palaces and retrenching in use the means In their power to supis done, night of the wealthiest gentlemen in the city for ica. She and her mother and brother will oil exploded, apdjsetlire to the house, and, way. lie will pay his debts, it is asserted, should trouble, and when that failed they gether. Regular patrol duty raised in Eg3It to go South, we little load, and if the President appress and day, and twenty detectives are exclus- keeping in his house copies of the Venus of sail on May 18. The report that she isto owing to the IacVof water, five dwellings in yearly installments of 5"fl,C00. should call upon the State. A motion to lav ave Loan up ier lost- - His name xvas pears to be in a good humor he lays ti. lost. A ively employed for the purpose. There aro Milo, the Venus Di Medici, Canovas Venus, be married at the White House in June is were totally deMToyed before the firemen the table The Ministry has order the authorities of the bill upi.nmade to tablewas bill, but second associated xvith that movement, you them on the table, and the President, resultbelonging to Power's Greek Slave, the Laocoon and again revived. was the four Astor residences and five could gain control of the flames. Loss, all tbe universities in tbe Prussian Empire motion xvith a laugh and some remark about ed in a tie 38to38. know. $16,000; insurance small. the Vanderbilts. all in or close to Fifthd av- others. and to nt once adopt means for the immediate enue, between Thirty-thir- d How did you linally hear of his the cnt.e, xvrites his signature nearly Imperiled Nuns. .Miscellaneous Item. street. The spies are on watch eight and permanent suppression of all forms Blew Out the Gas. Bill a Law. always this way: The Street-Ca- r New York, April 19. Advices just reA kxilhoad is proposed to run from Som- joinm iiiw hours each per day, and the beats are so of political agitation by young students. CniCAGo, April 15. John Ellis, a stock"From himself. In May he returned Grover Cleveland, ceived from Montreal state that the nuns Altsavt, ". Y., April 18. The New York arranged that the nine houses can not be of Pulaski, erset through the counties Feb. 27, IbL Tnr. German Government refuses to rec- "Wayne, Clinton, Cumberland and Monroe, to Washington, and one evening I met approached unseen by one or more of the man from Mexico, Mo., was found dead on St. Paul's Island, opposite that city, are Legislature has passed a bill, which the guardsmen. Wm. H. Vanderbilt was the this morning in his room, at the Transit in a verv precarious condition on account When the boolcs have all been signed iiim at Brown's Hotel. He came up to Governor has signed, making twelve hours ognize the Germnn explorer, Richard, who thence into Tennessee. originator of this system, and he was in- House. He had been asphyxiated, and it of the flood. They are obliged to take a day's work on all horse-car- s in New York claims to havo acquired territory around me xvith his old manner, and told me Liefller takes them to "his "desk and Mks. Virginia C. Thompson has been apcited to it by the large number of cranky was discovered that, on retiring last night, refuge in the attic of the buildings, and the and Brooklyn. be xvas coins' with the Union arrav at keeps them until they 'are called for. Tanganyika equal to half of the area pointed Lake at Louisville. blockade of ice renders all access to them letters which he received. he had blown out the gas. regiment. I remember The President sometimes varies the of Germany. impossible. contesting the will the head of a and The celebrated case Tornado and Frost Predicted. 3'et hoxv surprised wav of writing his autograph, occa-- - ' how delighted, A Week's Failures. Just a Cipher Too Many. Leavenworth, Kas., April IS. Prof. Fos , The largest authenticated snake of tho late Wm. "Workman, which was set I xvas. for I had certainly thought he siofially following the date by "ExecuKmptving vacant houses of their New York, April 16. The business Milwaukee, April 15. Through an error for trial at Owingsville, has been satisfacTim es that dur ever seen But he made a good tive Mansion" or "White House," but is one of ter will say in in broad occurring throughout the country in the transmission of a telegram from furniture successful daylight of modern iDg the great storm period from April 25 to swallowed was an anaconda, which had torily compromised- - By the terms of tho was all wrong. the most methods a horse. His length was compromise, tho estate, amounting to a mighty good boldier. I have nnver mittinir 'President" before, or soldier during the last seven days, number, for the Racine yesterday, tha false announcement near tho Several country seats in .29, a hurricane will organize on or Atlantic forty feet, and after his feat of lunch-takin- g thought tnat tne secession ot after his name. A great many of tho United States, 155, and for Canada, 27, or a went out that J. I. Case had sold his cele- thievery. Gulf, and sweep up tbe Southeast is to be equally divided between the alxvavs Breckcnridge had a 215 last xveelc brated stallion Phallastoa Minneapolis he was indisposed, and was Presbyterian Church, to xvhich he had will- Jolin'C total of 183 as compared with good deal autograph books are left by Senators, Xcw Jersey belonging to New Yorkers Coast, and that about the same time a cold , and 214 the week previous to the last. The gentleman for f50.000. The truth is that havo been stripped in this manner, wave will appear in the Northwest and run captured by a naturalist who was huntto ' do xvith deciding the Douglas members and other high officials-- but previous Phallas Chief, sired by Phallai, was soldby property, and his relatives. ed all his decrease, as compared with ronowea oy ing specimens- in the Amazon valley. and when the astonished owners risked down into the bouthern btates faction. They couldn't agree on any almost everv caller has a book in xvhich weeks, is considerable, and is about equally Mr. Case for $5,000. A numbeh of people gathered at a house see. If Breckcnridgc had the neighbors if they did not see if, heavy frosts as far south as Tennessee and Chicago Times. distributed throughout the country. becoming thin", vou on the Union side, as he thev want "the President's signature. Kansas. on Clear creek, Bell County, and, the reply was: " Ves. certainly; but Southern all these were sent in tne labor Schoolboys Strike at Cftiimbss. taken part d rooms are being advo- engaged in a drunken frolic, got into a really xvantcd to do. I honestly believe If Mimvt the Can tut Hit the Coachman. would keep the President busy for Killed by Lightning. Colcmdcs, O., April 15. The pupils is thoy said they were your carts, sent to fight. Beth Goodin was found dead, cated in England, not only on account general crown wouiu nave uone twentv-fiv- c New York, April 16. Dr. Thomas one of the public school buildings struc2 cam the things away, and, oi. course, hours in the day, but Mr. New Castle Pa., April 18. Two ladies it is thought killed the Douglas Doherty, The' bold- standing in a doorway of a house eight of the more cozy appearance of the and "Wm. was Ivinc who the floor with one the other'thing at least they wouldn't Lo'iller has a wav of keeping the pec--" Taylor, a wealthy resident of .Merrick, L. for less time in the school room and the wc thought it all right," on I., and as expert marksman, in attempting police were called upon to enforce the or- ness of this act disarms suspicion. miles from here, were struck by lightning room, but because it is believed that Goodin. " have "one with Breckenridge. But pie off. The President never refuses to better ventilation is afforded through eye shot out and his nose shot off. 0 to shoot a tomato can from his coachman's ders of the teachers. Thirteen boys have X. 1". Tribune. and killed. Sydney Johnston persuaded sign his name in tho books, as not more been suspended and the strike is over, bead put a bullet through bis brain. The Robert Hamilton tobacco factory, Albert" the prevention of an upper strata of against his .iil, against than a half dozen at a time are taken i Covington, was damaged $75,000 by fire a Breckenridge Accident in an Iron Works. irremovable foul air. Minister's wife (looking over tho Sixty Cases ef Cholera. h;s convictions, and he went South. in to him, and these only about thrne New Cable Real! at St. Lsuis. few days ago. mere, because his days in a xvcek. Pittsburgh, Pa April 18. A mold conpaper) "Yon are referred in this morn-in- s April 16. Sixty cases of cholera BoWz, Sugar cultivation has been initiated 15. St .LouiscaMt County Elihu Saylor married a He xvas a failure St. Louis, Mo., Iv paper, bvdear, as a distinguished taining over one thousand pounds of mol- in Southern Florida. Over two hun- sister Bell"Wm. 8hell. Tho couple quarreled, heart was not in it. But I have always are reported at Brinaisi, with several road was opened April for business. Every Some ladies interested in one of the of deaths, of which three are certainly from clerTvman.,,r Minister "Ii'm. L ten metal, in the iron works of Singer, dred acres havo been prepared for the and the woman deserted him. The husband thou'-li- t that act of his had a great de'al charitable institutions of this city called "Ml car was crowded with passengers, and they Asiatic cholera. metal the attracted as much attention along the thoughtthatroy sermon yestordavwould Nimick&Co.,burst, scattering the twenty planting of the cane near Kissimmeo went in search of his wife, accompanied by to do" xvith decidingStor- crowd Logan on the President a month or so ago and Paris, April 16. The development of streets on the line in every direction, and burning as a circus procession attract attention. It is published in full bystanders dangerously. Thirty other wero City, where requested that he donate his rignahire cholera at Erindisi causes alarm in France, sugar factory will be young Shell, her brother. They found her was with."-- X sarticalarly along the Italian frontier. would. The line runs from the corner of or only a synopsis given?"- '- Wife to be voted for at a fairabe given for injured. Saylor erected. Pineville, hid in a smoke-housin n Tsi PrecaHtions of tbe most stringent kind are Sixth and Locust streets to the "Neither. You are spoken .of as .a. Senator Edmunds is discovering the benefit of the intution. t The . go with him, and as they suburbs. beiag iastitated to prevent tbe scourge Why is it worse for a woman to forced her to Shell shot Saylor three times, that his "victory" over the.Admiuistraz President seized a pieP)f'jpen theBv distinguished clergyman' in connection Aged Couple Cremated. started away from iavadiag France. WeA inr than it shoots. When stonned. and opejwfftulniwer with that patent medicine testimonial .Xenia, O., April 18. The remains of Mr. smoke a pipe, chew tobacco, drink Alexandria, April 16. A quarantine of tion mortally wounding him. TwoMenStrckbyLiMBi. sevea days haa been ordered against all arin toxicating iiquora or use profane lanyou sent Dr. Quack." N. Y. Mail. going such men as Hoar, Cameron and Con-- " out his cheukftook, filled it in for a and Mrs. Jonathan Douthett were found Andrew Johnson, dairyman, while St. was a m rivals here from Briadisi, Venice and hearyJoseph, Mo., April 15.-- Thi the ruins of their burned dwelling, near guage than for a man to do these through "Watben's distillery, Louisville, r drop out of the ranks the signs in- substantial amount, and signed it, thunder storm at Louisiana. Mo., at Aacona. The cat, horse and birds have ft here, Charles Morris, a colore! farm things? N. E. Farmer. 11 o'clock this morning, Frd Five and hot corn mash. He dicate a revival of personal feeling giving-- it to one of the ladies with the fell into a tubfull of third elid, which is used to protect hand, has been arrested on suspicion of r Prcdential aspirant irom remark: "I guess that autograph will Hours ror Stidy. Wwtf North Carolina, formerly called was half immersed," but was rescued by thi Rtrainst the " T. Inrru, Aprd Man has murdering and robbing the aged cottpls tho eye from too much light. In turei rri7-U:li--: .. o or good' WnKgto . "" employes. Hit burnt ire act fstab Vermont. inui"" a third eye-li- d in tbe corner of the eye asd burning tht building to hide the crime. f octh Virginia, wan once sold- to the to strike for Leal etbooie threat smt for hsus sad 200. ehwtar iww rtsjy. frMir fas mis Which is undmlopsd.. ,tf. X. JfstJ, .VANDERBILT CLINIC. XLIXTH COKGBESS. A Vpa to " gOOM.LAND. flue castof tho uw a4duowcstof thomoon, Tobacco Market. I.ouUt11I ot "Kteaad gloom. in a 1SS5 tobaccos as follows for full In a pin co f uU of souad u4 ot Hence lies tho eoms. faint, far ! weights and sound packages: stalled lit gnat stud of dark horsos THE COMMONWEALTH. We-qnot- r'n r 1 i talk-geye- flt O to-da- y fJ5 e. 1 Kound-Grcctl- ni?: - tpifJetlnU,, .,. tlcaof - - wk J.i-wis- o f v. Ja-no- uU. a. rc-Lm- f A 'I i i1i-ii- 11 -- '- - iL, n,.-.. JhS r r- " .t p !'"'"" IM3 pa-se- Km-jdoj- cr llurd-ltomel- s ..... Thirty-secon- d good-lookin- g Ma-hon- e, me-mort- dix-orc- e natb. -- uii-ho- ld book-makin- d. 1S.-- C y Snni-tnrm- m d. pcr-Iin- ns -- Ninth-avenu- o to-da- y to-da- m Third-avenu- e ii-- e d Third-avenu- e to-da- Forty-secon- d n e Third-avenu- e con-plain- ts Lem-bor- help-.Th- e tie-u- p inter-Stat- o I Third-avenu- o tt-- tli 'T. . - 'fh-rna- n n, w titty-tw- o tie-u- p x n- -t - -- - e To-da- .ij s tht t priv-ilegesj- pns-S- d to-da- y g flre-pro- " ex-er- y office-holder- s, k fJi Pa-- f post-offic- h '"" Gl d under-secretane-s, to-da- y -- -' s' nllJ two-third- s. su-pe- sur-ve- v to-da- j. ex-er- y e, horse-stealin- g, Hail-roa- d - nt 11- -. - in. -- be-in- "- -- Fifty-secon- iv- post-mistre- ss -- fail-tir- es $50,-00- 0, Low-ceile- a -- to-da- y r e. north-wester- kicks-harde- Skc-rte- t m-Ch- iMm a4 Sf.W,,stBtajjrt mn&uTSSS8j t- - 1' - if O90 v' -- fr V dfc ! aSS-dSirL &&rf-&m- . j; ' fc. ll u f- - -- IK-- f ! tr a t.- ;i strips of bamboo; and Rev. Jesse Glover bottom, and then you ask your wife If TEXan SNAKES. .Soldiers. she originated the first American printing hasreadit! O, it Is only a case of FREE FARMS in Trom Colonel C n, supply A Great Country for Monster Specimens press; and the Common Council of New and demand. Newspaper men are no -- MANUFACTURERS Mackey, SM Iowa InOF Tbenioat Tfonderful Agricultural Parkin America. fools. I'ersuaslon. of the ItcttI"-iiaU- e resolution, offered forty fantry: I hve now btf n know Surrounded by proreroa mining and manuf actutini Discourse on the Trials of News- York, into solemnprinter who would come Theyyou. Iwhat you want, and they eive QEOBQS WAfiBEN, Publisher. towns. ITAKMEirs l'AICAOISh! Magnificent crop pounds any it to The largest rattU'snakesare in Texas, nilne EIjiCream Balm believe that if the church raited tn 133S. THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF and for three month. nd paper Editors and Reporters. and when the Speaker of the world bought nothing but pure, there and live; GOVERNMENT LAND.subJecttopre-emptlora experiencing no honest on the lower Rio (Jrande, where they KENTUCKY homctiead. Lands foraale to actual f ettlen at SXCO pr HICKMAN. the House of Parliament in England ani and healthful newspapers, nothing Acre. LoncTime. Park Irrigated by Immense canals. sometimes attain the length of twelve trouble from catarrh but s,?whateTcr. Iharebeen Cheap railroad rates. Every attentfonshownaettlera. nounced with indignation that the public pure, honest and healthful newspapers a aulTerer for twenty Th Sham. Thr See as th Temptation. tf For map., pamphlets, etc addresa Colorado Lank A feet ami are heavy in proportion. Tho year. -- C. II. MacKicr. doprints had recognized some of their would be published. If you should w- Lo as Co Opera UoaseItloc2.DenTer.CoIu. Box.ZttO. Tht-In Their Srch for CURRENT TOPICS. ings; until in this day, when we have in all the editors and reporters of this gather smallest are the "horned" rattlesnakes Slsourney, Iowa. yeara 'or counAn Undrpal.l CUM," KnU' nd Arizona, New Mexico and Southern baro sereral troubledI this country about five hundred skilled try In one great convention, and then heen i There is a fine prospect for winter wheat ask of Their Souh Jfobody's Care- phonographers, and about thirteen thoupf them what kind of a paper they would California, which seldom reach a length with catarrh Ely't in the West. baa prof, t.erman AathraaCarneveryaUtoglTflup.l sand newspapers, printing in one Year prefer to publish, I believe they would of two feet. Thej- - have two little ex- Cream Balm article deed lo be tbe is the latest remedy for Sweet cider menai nw ia ma works caea,i2STXXTSconuur sired. I bellev It It copies. The press and the telegraph unanimously say: "We would Rev. T. DoWitt Talmsge. in a recent able deep ; effects cure, where aa others fail. gout and rheumatism. prefer to over the eyes and of the only :naitanttt,txtinvw4iurpticai. raceo have gone down into the same great harvest publish an elevated paper." So long as crescences They have rattl-.-.- , are fullsel- CoaURX.cure. L. B. sermon, took up the cudgel for the newsHardware 81.0O,otIrn?tdtorbrmalL Sample deposisavings-banbut devilment. FKAKCEOwes her foretarcp I)R..HOHIFFMAN,8t.Pa' field to reap, and the telegraph says to the there is an inquitous demand, there paper men. illustrating their trials, temptors nearly $150,000,000. labors in the newspaper: "I'll rake while jou bind;" an Inquitous supply. I make no will be dom use them, preferring to lie half A particle la applied Into each nontrll; tations and almostt-easeleagreeable to apology stepped on, l'rlce.rflrnttTmaltorall(rurlt. Send for forcible manCOURTSHIP and MARRIAGE. oldest settlements in and the iron teeth of the telegraph are set for a debauched newspaper, but I am say- hidded in the sand until I he fight for current news in a One of the titular KLV BKOTUEltS.DnnrgHti. Owe go. N.T. sand or when thev remonstrate. This most wonderful and handsoma is named Chestnut. down at one end of the harvest field and ing these things in order to divide the rener. He took for his text: GUARANTEED- book of 6o iu res mailed for only i oc 2SL 'desert" is aNo small, and pretends to Ads. Union Pub. Co Newark, N.J. It may now safely be said that the base Heboid a flying roll! 'Zaeharlab v.,1. " drawn clean across, and the newspaper sponsibility between those that print and bo on neighborly terms with the prairie up the sheaves, setting down one those who read. gathers "ball season has fairly opened. NABSOVUTSe,"?-- CORES WHERE AIL EL( l'ahlt. Quickly and FaUnle- whose burrows he occupies. I fail. Dr. Talma-- e gH: This winged sheet of sheaf on the breakfast table in the shape IT cured t home. Correpondenco Best Oungh Syrup. Taatcoo.L Use feT Another temptation of the newspaper dog, rea.-o-n A Chinese bank note 3,284 years old is in to believe that when the solicited and frte trial of cure sens In time. shjiq by druKslstn. th text had on it a prophecy- - The flying of a morning newspaper, and putting down profession is the great allurement that have e honest Inrestleators. Ta Hchan a the museum at St. Petersburg. rattle-nakinserts himself in the bosom calcuIiiMiDT CoxfaXT. Lafayette, Ind. another sheaf on the tea table in the shape surrounds them. Every occupation and roll is the newspaper. In of a prairie dog's famiU he does so on A bcitalo bull calf n as born in Central late- the influences that affect society of an evening newspaper; and that man profession has temptations VV. O. BURGESS. Agt., Bangs and Wares sent C. O. D. any. Wis. peculiar to Park, New York, the other night. you can no more takes a itself, and the newspaper profession is not fraudulent grounds and is unwillingly aw. 9 PMIb Undlag, - CINCINNATI, neither reads nor HAIR wbere. Wholesale and retail to Ignore it than who B. C. btrehl it Lo.,153 The prairie dog carries million you can ignore afford entertained. Vermont expects to produce ten be a curiosity. an exception. The great draught, as the noonday tun or the newspaper would yod no life insurance and can not afford a Morphine Ilnblt Curr-- In IB I bt a pottlT rtocilr fortaa fctiava auui.! .tiMM pounds of maple sugar this year. since the know, is on the nervous forces, and th vast progress Atlantic Ocean. What to 2f flaya. Aopartincnrra. ot cm. ct tb. lost Binder. quarrel, and the snake is mean enough t&ou.Ddt curtd. Ind.'d. wortJ Hod ta4 ot la lu .uailD Ur.J.fttcphcu attoon.Ohlo Buckeye .near li rar f!tb Iowa recently, bta rmrj. It is histh time that I preach a sermon day when Cardinal Wolsey declared brain is racked. The blundering political In an tocttbarwltfc advantage of him. There thit I will Mil TWO FOTTLES PEEK, Bj.B'arer. a Vi eggs. .irpressinz my appreciation of what the that either the printing press must go speech must read well for the sake of the to take the the rictor disposed of sixty-firiBiiii't on u.i Clu,ta GlnEl. O FINE BIoodel Cattle. Sheep, Uok. t riwtk7nrlri --The IlRhtestrnnnlne elevator binder ln is, a little brown and very comical owl Cr.i.B4r 0..43rc, CB.T. A.S1X)CC11.1II r.ri 6U, M.X. saj Catalogues wttb doss TBEKEare now 80,000 Democratic post--' newspaper preasTma dona and is doing. down or the Church of God must go down, party, and so the reporter, or the editor, Veldt so as to Pas through farm (rates. Requires lets engTannrifrcc. ". P-- lor sale Boyer&CoCoatesvllle. Pa. Never misses a bundle. Mention iau and cured without the knife. -to this time, when the printing press and has to make it rend well, although every who likewise taker, up residence with Government. No man, living or dead, is or has been casters in the service of the treatment lent free. Addren "jSiMfwhen yen send for ourCatalocue. the prairie dog, but he makes at least a gives me 1079 A.X.K.-- E. . W... w..- - ... U. roMJMO)..Aurora, Kane Ce.,111. W - .. Prohibition was carried in Rhode Is- indebted to it as I am, for it city, town pulpit are in combination, and a man on sentence was a catastrophe to the Engli-perpetunl audinco in every the Sabbath day may preach the Gospel to language. The reporter must hear all that show of earning his rent by remaining 400 maland at the recent election by at the entrance and ucting a janitor, nd neighborhood of Christendom, and I fire hundred peoplo, while on Monday an Inaudible speaker, who thinks it is vuljority. take this opportunity before God and this morning, through the secular journals, he gar to speak out, says; and it ramt be politely bowing to everybody who The running time between Chicago and reople to thank the editors and publishers, may preach that Gospel to millions. right the next morning or the next night passes! Neither Miake. dog nor owl Bt. Paul has been reduced from eighteen to the Notwithstanding all this that you have in the papers, though the night before the seems to mind the others' presence, but and compositors and thirteen hours. arc exceedingly sociable. Nashville world over, and ?. flr notice that I gained in position and influence, men of whole audience sat with The famous Petroleum V. Nasby has at hall take every opportunity cf enlarging the press, how many words of sympathy its ear in vain trying to its hand behind American. catch it. .last been elected to office. He is a Toledo this field, whathpr by .stenographic report do you get during a year? Not ten. How man must go through killing night-wor- This (O.) alderman. , on Monon the Sabbath, or Flint, Canmlinn parliamany sermons of practical helpfulness for He must go into heated assemblages, and The mayor of Houston, Vex., at the day, or previous dictation. I have said your profession are preached during the Into unventilated audience-room- s are ment, Kftys: St. Jacolts Oil net, like ncbttrm. that by again and again to the officers of this twelve months?" Not one. How many enough to take the life out of him. He Itov. W. M. Leftwich. D. D., IN'nxhvill, election was beaten for crowded, don't words of excoriation, and denunciation, only four votes. Wm chnrch, vhoever,else re Las.5LiaE9SaH BaHsaBa9iBaBBBajHHiaSsH?49n 5Sl s must visit which are atVt publicly endorses Red Star Cougb Cure. "J S tit M H B hIJNiP tdBsi i3KjBraaaWaaaiaaaaaaWaaiaaBk:isBJltTM ffrasSsaaZ'g'lA--BaaHfitvYLallB iijWS.. JBaBaBaB cents a bottle. ifl I Mrs. William Thomson ("Clara Belle"), let the reporters ho crowded. Each reI al Wff BaaBaVsH do you get in the always disgusting with rum and tflco. Price, twenty-fiv- e and .. . the celebrated New York fashion corre sponsible and iutdlrnVlreporter is ten same length of time? About ten thousand. He must expose himself t the fttttvf H" .JS Tms talk about the editorial pen is nil or fifteen chuNh" built on to this church. If you are a spondent, is dead. and get the type must write in fotld Added poncils. per cent, ot the newspaNiuety-flv- e in the wrong font the foreman storms at to all that he must have hasty nonsense- - nearly all editors Ir we would stop the destruction of our mv Mends, and you. If you are a foremnn and can not mastication and Irregular habits. To Chicago Jnlgcr. novr liirds we must ask the ladies to wear fewer pers ar do me fvll justice and more than justice, surmount the insurmountable and get bear up under this tremendous nervof them on their hats. Not n faded or grny bnir. to b soen, a(tr mmJBLmmwytmmmmmm tb- - otar five of the hundred are such P"jl JnLj ImflaH the "forms" ready at just the time, ous strain they are tempted to artiB An increase of emigrant rates from San and llalPsIInir Krnoum-liars that nobody believes them. the publisher denounces you. If yon ficial stimulus, and how many thousands usingpowerful remedy for lung trouble notonous A Francisco to China has called a h.lt in that sixteen years are a publisher and make mismanageIt vn in have gone down under that pressure God Safe for young or old. Ayi-r'- s Cherry travel in that direction. apo I employedan official stenographer of ment, then the owners of the paper will be only knows. They must have something Pectoral. The Canadian inspector of prison, re- oiy own because of the appalling misrephard on you for lack of dividend. If you to counteract tho wet, the must have ports 2,705 insane persons in the five public resentations ot myself and church. From till hns-- runWuvt is it tbnt are an editor and you announce an unsomething to keep out the chill, and after a ning spring in it is dry, hut asylums of the Dominion. A wutcb. have miraculously changed, popular sentiment, all the pens of Christenthat thinzs scant night's sleep they must have someNot a particle of fruit of any kind was Until now it is just as appalling in the dom are flnng at yon. If you are a reporter, thing to revive them for the morning's PiKE'sTooTnACnE Drops curolnl minute, 2So opportunity opend. found by a Paris chemist in a "currant you shall be held responsible for the inwork. That is what mnde Horace Greeley beautlOes. 25c nowspaper is the great educator of distinctness of public speakers, and for the such a stout temperance man. He told me (Jfn?i'SuljhurSMi) .ealsaml Corns & nunlons. jelly" which he analyzed lately. The German Cohn Remover tJ Is ll the nineteenth centtirv. There is no forco blunders of A check recently presented at the and for the fnct that he had seen so many of his comrades cent (N. Y.) National Bank called for the compared with it. It is book, pulpit, plat j that you can not work quite so well in the go down under that temptation. Oh, my DEMRAitLE Quarters Twcnty-flvlffTwpisaMsfS5,'L'-S3BBpayment of "Aity-ate- " form, forum, all in one. And there Is not , flickering gaslight and after midnight as brother of the newspaper profession, what pieces. llotlon Pott. J dollars. It "jjaaTMaWaaaatilaW fc'?f'j1rrrjA2 an interest religious. lit"rarv, commerA delegation of Mormon women, all you do in the noonday. If you are a proof-- t you can not do without artificial stimulus, Ir afflicted with Poro Eves uso Dr. Isnno agricultural or mechnnical reader, upon you shall come the united God does not want you to do. There Is no good talkers, are in Washington to woik cial, Tbompson'bEyo Water. DruKKiUbell it. 2Jc that is not within its grasp. All our wrath of ditor. reporter and reader, be halfway ground for our literary people beagainst further Mormon legislation. churches, and schools, and colleges, and cause you do not properly arrange the tween teetotalism and dissipation, Your A, k bonie ruler the cook is a supremo InNew York State now has twenty-si- x galleries periods, and the semicolons, and the exprofessional success, your domestic peace, success. X. Y. Iwlrpfnd'nt. corporated cities, Jamestown being the asylums, and art press. feel the quaking ot the printing clamation points, and the asterisks. your eternal salvation, will depend upon latest to take on metropolitan airs. Xo Opium in Piso's Cure for ConsumpThe institution of newspapers arose in Plenty of abuse for you, but no symyour theories in regard to artificial stimJoseto Beko, of Dubuque, a., has a pair Italv. In Venice the first newspaper was tion. Cures where other ronsxlies fail. 26c go down of shears which he says were used by An- published, and monthly, during the time pathy. Having been in a position where ulus. I have had so many friendsbrilliancy school of fish. A w hool for liarfc--drew Johnson when the latter was a tailor. that Venice was warring against Solyman I could see these things going on from under the temptation, their Herald. year to year, I have thought that this quenched, their homes blasted, that I cry A former United States Senator is now the Second, in Dalrnatia, it was printed Y. ISo. morning I would preach a sermon on morning, in the words of another: a night watchman in one of the depart- for the purpose of giving military and the trials of the newspaper profes ion, out this not upon the wine when it is red, "Look THE MARKETS. ments at Washington at a salary of $G0 per commercial information to the Venetians. praying that God mav bles the sermon when it moveth itself aright in the cup, for Home, month. Not newspaper published in England Cincinnati, April 20 The first to all those to whom this message may at the last it biteth like a serpent and It 10 - 5 It is announced that the gravediggers of was in lfcS8. and called the English Mer- come, and leading those no in the pro- stingeth like an adder." LIVE STOC. 5? i VX Choice Hutchers Brooklyn, N. Y., have formed a trade cury. Others were styled the Wreklv Disfession to a more kindly and lententbear-in- g AND Another trial of this profession Is tht OF EIGHTEEN A FULL The next step will doubtless be a4 co eerer, the Secret Owl, Heraclitus Bidens, union. 2? r ? Good Packers toward those who are. fact that no one seems to care for their boycott of the crematory. etc souls. They feel bitterly about it, though SHKEP Good to choice One of the great trials of this newspao ru u. i And exclusively devoted to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases. M0 S W &Focn thousand acres of land, near Red Who can estimate the political, scientific, per profession is the fact that they are they laugh. People sometimes langh the U KA I N -- W heat No. 2 red. . . j to who visit Buffalo from and religious revolutions compelled to see more of the shams of the loudest when they feel the worst. They No .1 rtsl... Bluff, Cal., have been purchased by an Eng- commercial erected to accommodate tho large number of invalids rrofewilonal services of Establishment was designed This ft 2. mixed ."."1 ,KrTi.'ilu Orn-N- o. lands, that they may avail themselves of tho ev ... State and Territory, aa well as from many lish syndicate, which proposes locating an roued up in England for many years past world than any other profession. Through are expected to gather up religious proS3 institution. Oats No. 2 mixed the Stall of skilled specialists in mediclno and surgery that compose tho Faculty of this es 67 is, English colony thereon. by BflVs Weekly Dispatch, the Standard, every newspaper office, day by dny, ceedings and to discuss religious doctrines Hr,No. 2 ij,ir. u) .13 S) No. Helena, Mont., has a woman superin- the Morning Chronicle, the Post and the go the weaknesses of the world, the in the editorial columns, but who expects TOUACCO Common I.ugs... . 8 3) BUSINESS-LIK- E SO frl-- &' vanities that want to be puffed, the re- them to be saved by the sermons they pho tendent of schools who has Indian blood in London Ti'mcs? Good Med.umr The first attempt at this institution in venges that want to be wreaked, all the nograph, or by the doctrines they discuss PROVISIONS Pork Mcs .. .10 25 ftlO5 T.'i her veins. Sheis highly educated and has W. . sw fc I.ard France was in 1C31, by a phvsiclan, who mistakes that want to be corrected, all the in the editorial columns? The world looks HCTTUt Pirmesteain M a decided dramatic talent. 12 ft Uhuco Dairy and ndeajor 27 20 published the Xeics for the amusement and dull speakers who want to be thought upon them as professional. Who preaches Ohio Creamery know nothing of us, our system of treatment, or means of cure, yet who never lose an opportunity to A Brooklyn street car driver has suea tf ft 50 t health of his patients. The French nation eloquent, all the meanness that wants to to reporters and editors? Some of them APPM: Prime to prejudice people ngalnst us. Wo are responsible to you for what wc represent, andwo will PronipU r clund to Ton 00 S3 success, the superintendent who discharged him, we have misrepresented, tn nnu rartleular. our institutions, advantages or have no secrets, and are only too glad to show all - came from religious homes, and when they POTATOES per bushel investigation, We court of for 20,000 damages by injury to a is repu- understood fully how to appreciate this t get its wares noticed gratis in the ediNEW YORK, all cxpens.es candidyour trip. we are doinghonest, sincere humanity. suffering regarded or power. people what for ISapoleon, with his own band, torial columns in order to save the tax left the paternal rool, whoever interested and 3 tfl iS tation as a railroad man. and Western. 93 wrote articles for the press, and so early as of the advertising column, all the men disregarded, they come off with a father's vmnt -- state GKA1N Wheat No. 2 Chicn?o M 9Ui It is said of the fashionable women of tc n 1S29 there were in Paris 100 journals. who want to be set right who never were benediction and a mother's prayer. They - 42 No 2 red 1H period, 6ays the New York Hall, that she But in the United States the newspaper right, all the t oru No. 2 mixed d philosophers, never think of those good old times, but ... SI it Hi examining our patients. In recognizing diseases without Ry our original system of diagnosis, wc can treat many chronic oats mUed apparently makes it a point never to be nas come tounumited sway, though in 1 tt i with story as long as their hair and as tears come into their eyes, and they move POKK-...18 OH ttlO 7o personal examination of the patient, we claim to possess no a dLfaes Just as successfully without as with our personal conseen in public with her husband. fr120 miraculous powers. We obtain our knowledge of the patient patients, LAUD Western etciwn in the whole gloomy as their finzer-nailthere were but sultation. While we are always glad to see institutions, and in mourning around this great, roaring metropolis medidisease by tho practical application, to the practice of .And and CHICAGO. becom acquainted with them, show them our Lotta, the actresy, is worth over a million country, the number of published journals because bereft of soap; all the itinerant homesick. O, if they only knew what :i it principles of modern science. not cine, of I 75 t 50 familiarize them with our si stem of treatment, yet we have per-- State us that is to tho accuracy with which this system has endowed treating dollars and is said to be tho wealthiest is now counted by thousands; and y bores who come to stay five minute and helpful thing it is for a man to put his FIJl'K Wheat ud Western ... 77H ono person in five huuured whom wo have cured. The skillfully 7?i No. 2 red.. e reputation of CHAIN we owe our almost woman on the stage. Mary Anderson is fect accuracu with which scientists are enabled to deduce the we may as well acknowledge it as not stop an hour. From the editorial and weary head down on the bosom of a symsystem of practice, and No. 2 ChicMKO Spring several departments, appears mot minuto particulars in their in the light of the early ages. lingering or chronic affections. This romputed to be worth over (500,000. Corn No. 2 the religiouand secular newspapers are reportorial rooms, all the follies and pathetic Christ He knows how nervous wo view it almost miraculous, if it. demonstrate tho fact that diseases greatest SP8 Oats No. 2...... Take for etnmple. the Is not a marvelous degree the accuracy of the world are seen day and tired you are. He has a heart large Marvelous through certain phenomena, which, being subj shams display .'It is now reported that Patti and Nicoltnl the great educators of the country. ot it exactly '.'.!.' 0 15 ' by dny, and the temptation is to believe enotiRh to take ln nil your interetsln this piKK-Me- ss invention of tun age. J are to be married again next June. The I find no dlfHcuItrJyyounting for the tt 0 to scientific analysis furnish abundant locate a fracture in a subwhich enables nn operator to Success. jectedunmistakablo data, to guide the Judgment 4 5 M nnd I.AUD Meain miles long? O, men of the newstwo have bad a hard time in securing di- world's advonceijjWSt centuries aco, in neither in God. man nor woman. It is no world and the next. marine cable nearly threo thousand so thoroughly Our venerable nf tho skillful nmetitioner aricbt ln determining familiar with HA1.TIMOUB. " clerk or the weather " has tecorne ample resources vorces and becoming married to each Germany, in courts of justice, men fought surprise to me that in your profession there paper prs, you sometimes get sick of this nature that ho can accurately the treatingof diseasedorconditions. The mostthe greatest skill, M M tho nuxt wayward eloments of nature AJ ashlngton and foretell lingering chronic diseases, and for hith their fists to see whohould hav the are some skeptical men. I only wonder world, it seems so hollow and unsatisfying. FLOP Wr.eat-N- o. Ho can sit in other. predict their movements. M'i 2 WJ GKAIN easy reach of exery invalid, however arc thus placed within the court; and that what the weather will bo in Florida or hew ork a well as if If there are any people in all the that you believe distant he or she may reside from the phvsicians making the treatIt is said that General Master Workmau decision of the unsatisfactory,if the judge's tor or a reporter anything. Unless an edi- need God, you are the men, and earth shall intervene it, several hundred miles did not departmentsbetween him and the you then the decision was has in his present or his ment of such affections a stciulty. Full particulars of our origi0ts Mi HiPork-modern science, of Powderly disputes with Mrs. Langtry and places named. And so in all ...WOO nal, scientific system of examining and treating patients at a dishnt (a ronnirwl is the knowledge of certain judge fought with courml. Manv of the early home a model of earnest character, have Him if only this day you implore His PROVISIONS g ' i1 Maud Branscombe the first place in popucontance are contained in "The People's Common Seu 4 PJl sinn.. From thrso scientists aeouc-- accurate medi. and o.uallly. PATTLK-Fi- rst lar favor as evinced by the sale of photo- lords could not read the deeds of their own or he throw himself upon the upholding mercy. TIfdical Adviser." Hy II. V. Fierce, M. D. 1000 pagesflJii. Sighs of clusions regardlis of distance So. also, in 6 "' 5 M for over SCO colored nnd other illustrations. Sent, estates. What has madt the change? A man was found at the foot of Casal HOGS grace of God. he roust make temporal and graphs. cal science, diseases have certain unmistakable symptoms, inclosing ten cents in Or write and describe your INDIANA POMS. "Books," you say. fllSFSSF. signs, or symptoms, and by reason of this fact, we street. eternal shipwrk. stamps, and a complete treatis", on your particular disease, will Philadelphia follows New York in startf No, sir! The vast majority of citizens As they picked him up from the water Another great trial of the newspnper determining, with the greatest accuracy. ing a movement for closing shops Saturday tm nT diseases, without seeing and personally bo Ecnt you, with our terms for treatment and all particulars. ed the nature of chronic afternoons, and a half holiday league is do not read books. Taksthis audience, or profession is inadequate compensation. and brought him to the Morgue, they saw Oats niuen LOUISVILLE. battering away at the matter iw good any other promiscuous assemblage, and Since the days of Hnzlitt and Sheridan and by the contour of his forehead that he had how many histories havthey read? How John Milton and the wnilines of Grubb great mental capacity. He had entered nour-A- No ..I W e. so earnest, many treatises on constitutional law, or street, London, Htorarv toil, with very few the newspaper profession. He had gone 0HA1X Wheat No 2 red Bedspreads made out of old kid gloves fact, and one that appeals to the Judgment of every thinking person, that the ft 37 It is a Corn mixed economy, or works of science? exceptions, has not been properly requited. down in health. He took to artificial stimhis whole time to oro the latest rage in fashionable New political V "ZZu V. p . wT hn. t.Hvintr snecial attention to anv class of diseases. Onts mixed io.v poems eV books of When Oliver Goldsmith received a friend ulus. He went down further and further, TOIfK- - iiipss devoted their lives to son.o special branch or science, art. or York society. New York society appears How many elaborate of s oo Menfin alftutS .. ' ;tf st. am. Boyle, of De in his house he, the author, had to sit on until one summer day, hot, and hungry, to be getting nearer and nearer to the luna- travel? How much literature medicine and surgery in this institution, every invalid is treated Tocqueville. Xenophon, or Herodotus, or the window, because there was only one and sick, and in despair, he flung himself Hy tic asylum. o.uh OInnizatIon andhissubdividing the practioo toofthe particular class of diseases to which the case belongs. The 3 undivided attention Perclval? Not many. j chair. Linaces sold his splendid work for off the dock. They found in his pocket a r A law that has been a for In the United States the people would a ducat De Foe, the author of two hunreporter's pad, a lead pencil, a photograph thirty years has been revived by the local not average one such book a year for each dred and eighteen volumes, died penniof some one who had loved him long ago. authorities of Dover, N. IL, for the purpose individual. less. The learned Johnson dined behind a Death, as sometimes it will, smoothed out And pimples, and other like atTcctlon caused by to keep closed of compelling barber-shopblood, arc readily cored by Hood's Whence, then, this intelligence this cascreen because his clothes were too shabby all the wrinkles that had gathered premaon Sundays. also pacity to talk about all themes, secular to allow him dine with the gentlemen who, turely on the brow, and as he lay there his While It purines, thl medlclae everyvitalizes and sent for nervous diseases, any one function of the the blood, amlbullds up "Will Cari.eton, the poet, is now roam and religious this acquaintance with j on the other side of the screen, were ap-- . face wns as fair as when, seven years ago, of as ten cents postage stamps, when requestof which will be treatment of ThePassages and Diseases suchthe pamphletsinon for them is accompanied elllnRs ln the body. Pcrofula hnmorsof si kinds. Langs ing and rhyming in the orange groves of science and art this power to appreciate plauding his works. And so on down to he a case for consultation, so that we may know with a statement Nasal, Throat Air left his country home and they bade neelc,hltee. rinpwonn. tetter. abocsr. ulcer. sores, Cliroulc Naal Catarrh. Laryn- which one of our of Treatises to send. Florida, with a view, doubtless, of restor- the beautiful and grand? Next to the the present time, literary toil is a great and gitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, corregood-by- e The world looks salt rheam, scaldlirad. etc , are alw cured by this exwe nave a special xiepanmeni. luunjugoix forever. AND ing sweetness to the crop so sadly soured Bible the newspaper swift.winged and struggle for bread. The world seems to him CouHumptlou. both through organUed. and devoted trflusirWi to the treatthrough the window of the Morgue and cellent blood purifier. conspondence and at our institutions, constiDiseases of ment of Diseases of Women, Every case or in by the untimely frosts. Lung Diseases. everywhere present, flyiac over the fences, have a erudee azalnst a man who. as thev says; "It's nothing but an outcast;" hat specialty. tutes an important separate sulting our specialists, whether by letter Blood Purify w nublish three books on asal. Kensington, N. H., a town with abonc shoved under tho door, tossed into the j say, gets his living by his wits; and the God says it was a gigantic soul that perperson, is given the most careful and considerWomen. "LaUSwlncl wa troubled "lth bolls, canned by m,,.,t oni Trfis? consumption. much valuable information, ate attention. Important cases (and we get few laid on the six hundred population, has living at pres- counting-housday laborer says to the man of literary ished because the world gave him no myblood bclngout vt ortler. Two bottles of Hood's Laryngitis and Bronchitis; V which have not already Datuea we aiaii 01 aii vlz Phthisic, persons who are over seve- hawked through the cars. All read it: toil: "You come down here, and shove a chance. ent sixty-fou- r nri.V ten cents: (2) A Treatise on Asthma, orten cents, the homo physicians) has the benefit of a f ull Council, of killed Sarjparlll cured me. and I recommend It to others treatment; price, tho Invalids' Hotel are very printy years old, twenty over eighty years and white and black, German, Irishman, Swiss, plane, and hammer a specialists. Itoorns for and break Let me ask all men connected with tne troubled with aOectlons of the blood." J. Scboch, two centt. vate. Send ten cents in ladies in for our large Complete Treatise stamps S ATVeatkc on Chronic Nasal Catarrh ; price, Spanish, American, old and young, good cobblestones, and earn an honest living as I printing press that they help us more and rcorla. 111. one who is ninety-thres and on Diseases of Women, Illustrated with numerous Dyspepsia, " Liver CoraplaiHt," "I had been troubled with hives und pimples for A shower of black insects with innumer- and bad, sick and welL before breakfast do, instead of sitting there In idleness scribconstipation, Chronic Diar- colored plates (100 pages). more in the effort to make the world betsometime. Other remedies hsln; failed. I was Diseases of rhea, Monday morning, Saturday bling." But God knows that there are no ter. I charge you in the name of God, bes, and kindred affections able legs fell near Cortland, N. Y., just and after tea, try Hood' Sarsaparilla. I hae taken two A II ERNIhow( Breach ). or JICPTCRE, no sucM" Hood's are among those chronic diseases in the have long standing, or or wnatsii of hollies, and am entirely rurrd. after a heavy fall of snow. They were so nignt, Sunday ana wees day. harder worked men in all the earth than fore whom you must account for the treDigestion. ilAuruAL wunt I matter " EryiiM. treatment of which our specialists cessful 1)romptiy ami permanently cared b has no equal as a blood jmuun I now declare that I consider the news- - ' the newspaper people of this country. It mendous influence you hold in this plentiful that they turned the snow black attained great success. Many of the diseases Dnnniar I nur without the knife an sj their paper to be the grand agency by which is not a matter of hard times; it Is char' country, to consecrate yourselves to Pztbik, Portsmouth. Ohio. in spot. They had no wings. dependence upon trusses. nffecting the liver and other organs contributing inand are not without references. Send ten cents for digestion, are very obsjeure, Abundant the process of by Quits a lively time is in store for the gospel is to be preached, ignorance cast acteristic of all times. Men have abetter higher endeavors. You are the men to both laymen and physicians for other miKtaken employed directed tothe removal of a Illustrated Treatise. appreciation for that which appeals to the fight back this invasion of corrupt litcounsel of the Union Pacific Company. out. oppression dethroned, crime extirby all drugsiM. l. 'i tvr V Prepared by Sold FISTCLiE. and other diseases affecting the lower Our Complete Treatise on Diseases disease which doeVnot Twelve hundred actions have been brought pated, the world raised, Heaven rejoiced stomach than for that which appeals to erature. Lift up your right hand and C I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. M". oMhDigStivb Organs will bo sent to any address on receipt of bowels, are treated with wonderful success. The worst eases or God glorified. tumors are permanently vuivu m ui.tu iu intutj vmj. by the company against persons who have and the brain. They have no Idea of the imswear new allegiance to the cause of philIOO Doses Ono Dollar ten cents in postage siaiuj-- j. cents for Illustrated Treatise. In the clanking of the printing press, as mense financial and intellectual exhausinjured or destroyed its property. DIABETES, ana end ten anthropy and religion. And when, at imiGHT'S DISEASE, very largely treated. Organic weakness, nervous debility, premature maladies, have been the sheets fly out, I hear the voice of the tions of the newspaper press. They grumkindred Kidney Mr Powdkrlt, the Master Workman of Lord Almighty proclaiming last, standing on the plains of judgment vital of the or,,i nmi effected in thousands of cases which bad Delicate declineImpaired manly powers, involuntaryabsence to all the dead ble because they have to pay five cents a you look memory, mental anxiety, hope. These diseases are upon the unnumbered throngs losses. tho Knights of Labor, resides in a modest out been pronounced beyond back, and kinmelancholy, uiuurauimta, oy uiuum cottage on the outskirts of Scranton, and a nations of the earth, "Lazarus, come copy, and wish they had only to pay three, over whom vou have had influence, may uistaota. readily uiagnosiita", nwui" yvreoiiui craimw- - Diseases. of affections, are speedily, weak thoroughly and per- dred analysis ot iuc unuc, salary of f 1,500 a year from the organiza- forth!" and to the retreating surges of or paying three, they wish they had only it be found that you were among the mancntly cured j.cowic, Tho study tfnn or patients, wno darkness, "Let there be light!" ln many to pay one. While there are a few excep- - mightiest energies that lifted men upon is hardly tion is the sum total of bis income. treated at their homes. liuerw'i and torpkneo .fvni.intiii with nur institutions, it Institute, necessary with the say that tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical analysis and microscopical exaniinatfonof our city newspapers, professing no more tions and some few do make large n practice of chemical the exalted pathway that leads to the rehas a church usher who, when oi Cincinnati cases, with to correct branch establishment located at Ko. 3 New Oxford Street, London, Used bv t lie best secular information, thre have ap-- , tunes the vast majority of newspaper nown of Heaven. Better than to have sat and mechanics mannfacturers tlm urine In our consideration of long ago referenofefamous, has England, have, for many years, enjoyed tho distinction of being became an epidemic of cougbiag breaks out in the in the world. diagnosis In which our Institution & no y&i celebrated institutions in rullmanralaeeCarto. Ma'on the most largely patronized and widely of those affections which congregation, kindly paases around the pearea during me past ten years some of people in this day have n struggle for a in editorial chair, from which, with the A Ha.nim Orjan A l'lano ilo. cure the world for tho treatment andand pernicious, solitary practices, the grandest appeals in behalf of religion, livelihood; and if In their hardship and finger of type, you decided tho destinies lit .or a'l " ... lozenges. He Bpends considerable cash in I?'a indiscretions ...y outhfidor. itct.hiiml n rurinl Tioimrtmcnt for the U v.exasperaUon they sometimes write things of empires, but decided them wrong, that Hon, the New Orleans LxpC'l Our arise.-from and Invalids-Hoekeeping himself supplied with the remedy. and some of the most effective interpretaIt Joints made withof through a vast and rarjed experience. treatment of these discuses, under the management of some or tions of God's government among the they ought not to write, let those facts be you had been some dungeoned exile, who, USIfliWl i r a testing strain At the New York Horticultural Society's determining tho exact nature oreacn case, the most skillful physicians anu surgeons on our omu, in lu j. an alleviation. O mn of the press, it will by the light of window nicely adapth tbelr remedies that all who apply to us might receive all the advantages of a lull flower show, a few days ago, was exhibited nations. E600 Sr rtir There are only two kinds of newspapers be a great help to you if, when j'ou come scraps of a New Testament leaf, plckep J Council of tho mo6t experienced specialists. f orthe cure of each individual case. the finest specimen of "Her Majesty" rose the one good, very good, the1 other bad, borne late at night, fagged out and nervous from the hearth, spelled out the storyj?f "Wc offer no apology for devoting so mnch These delicate diseases should tocsrerniij treated yet seen. It was eight inches in diameter rery bad. A newspaper may be started with your work, you TW0Q0LDP-1EDALwith attention to this neglected class of diseases, I by a specialist thoroughly familiar exact them, and IWeOffei would just kneel Him who taketh away the sins of the and perfect in form and color, but almost with an undecided character, but after condition competent to ascertain ths believing no condition of humanity is too who li t.j.a1.i1unnf Van ItforMrnT'lecin.. FIIKE. it down and commend your case to God, world. ucmii wretched to merit tho sympathy and best, i rwvfifrA hi and stage of advancement, whlcs tao oiaease nas odorless. has been going on for years everybody who has watched all the fatigue of the a services of the noble profession to which we In eternity Dives is the beggar! RUSSIA CE&CXr CO., Gloucester, HiM. mnin which can only be ascertained by forcarfful chemical and A man with a pencil shows that it took finds out just what it is; and it is very day, and who has promised to be your nwdictaes which are belong. Many who suffer from these terrible the urine f, my friends, we will all soon get Well, contract them innocently. Why any memcai man, mien. six men in 1870 to produce what five can do good or it is very bad. The one paper is God and the God of your children forever. through writing and printing Btti.mntw1iorutUDanvthirin- diseases suffering, should shun such cases, - to cure these now, while in 1650 it took eight; all on acvirgreat trial of the newspaper reading. What then? Our lifeanda proof the embodiment of aews, the ally of Another wnotmiaglne.alleviating one should consider it otherwise Why any 3 3 w Colors. I;enouc Work- - Wax 'for irene'ral sale through druggists, rceommcnnis book. very superior remeilea, knowing fuU thrrSid: hrrmrable to cure the worst cases of these diseases, machinery. At this tue, the foe of crime, the delectation of ele profession Is the diseased appetite for un d?Ienses. although possessing count of improved riower Suppl r. Fend tor "nr various ziitcs. ". Our years are the chapters. Our ..... .icuro. iinrviiA of all thoother rnahtdleswhich rate how longwill it take before vated taste, the mightiest agency on earth healthy intelligence. You blame the are the paragraphs. Our days months lC.IJIalH Street, i:.i..ntt. uhio. are the affllctmanklnd there is probably none about which physicians will be able to do ail the work! for making the world better. The other newspaper press for giving such promi sentences. Out doubts are the interrogaheretofore, to treat with our Sine, and then adapt our medicines to the exact stage ot the disA HK in Webstar City, la., lays eggs of paper is a brigand asaid moral forces; It is nence to murders and scandals. Do you tion points. Our imitation of others the brS TOerIsympathy, and skill, all applicants who are sufease and condition of our patient. suppose that so many papers would give quotation marks. Our attempts beslimer of reputation; it is the right a bright vermillion color. diseases. at disTn this trlA ronrnA nf urtlrm in attrihuto tho fering from any of these delicate e in attained Is a certain Austrian town thirty female arm of death and hell; it is the mightiest prominence to them?things if the people play a dash. Death the period. Eternity Iarvelous marvelous success extensive by our Bpedallsta our uURED IT Uawr atiMoetof thesotasescanbetreabyuswben agency in the universe for making the did not demand a distance just as well as it they were here I go into the meat the DCsanent of that important and MP? OV hIKAr.S O peroration. printers were introduced. The typographGod, where institutions devoted exclusively to bo treatment lDcS?cSmplete BV USE? we spend ical society adopted a novel way of remov- world worse and battling the cause of God. market of a foreign city, and I find that will it? Success. ALWAYS Have and Illustrated Treatise (163 you of tho of diseasesrif&jificj kidneys and bladder. Thotreat- the butcher- - hang up on the xntyt conspic- heard mnm f nf thi liHnArv.Gnrans navinfr Jects is sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in 6tamps. ing them. It took two or three years to do fhe one an angel of intelligence and mer-3news, more the startling the other a flead of darkness. Between uous hooks meat that is tainted, while the than any found in the journals of the ,.t!t.iti a lpndinir branch of our practice at the iHTalids Hotel It, but it was accomplished at last, by the Httodreds ot the most difficult operations Jmown numerous t,c siinrical Institute, and. being in constant rxriBt Surgical to modern surgery are annually performed Intne girls all becoming the wives of the prin- this Archangel and this Fury is to be meat that is freiib and savory is put away six weeks? It is the tidings that man la AmnUfiUnPl' nn f f most skillful manner, by our curgWMpeci-a-ist- the fought the great battts vhich is to decide without any especial care. I come to the lost. Have you heard the news, the gladters. rLargo Stones are safely removed from PmCTlCL Bladder, by crushing, washing and pumping them the fate of the world. If you have any conclusion that the people of that city dest 'Tat was ever announced, coming this A Detroit court is puzzled over the tm-aany address on receipt of ten cents in postage stamps. rr.i .u.:- ). eye, dancer of cutting. sent to the throne of God, lightning of the name of a Polish defend- doubt as to which is to be the victor, ask love tainted meat. You know very well day ir-Our specialists, remove cataract from the and therebyartificial ones XTliAMlrtAT10TS OF IS?-A1- mass ot people in this that if Insert straighten cross-eyDEH, STONE IN THE JWUSJNBEB, whTn ant whose first name is Peter. The other the prophecies, ask Ood; the chief bat- countrythe great of a newspaper and there courier-- , leaping frort the palace gate? Bladder , ne. get hold and also raroidTumors iof the Gravel, jsniareca and klndrea agections. The news! The glorious news! That there is Zixyjsigbsky. His lawyer could puzzle teries with which as would vindicate the growui anu tureu u3 arrestea oultentton of among are in it no runaway matches, no broken- - is pardon for all and comfort for the great OF A5IX1L3. Diseases. may lo IncludedUrine, those ln the 5 or which Uterus aro Seansot in invention, whereby wcv"y?ir danger of as anything, but a riot right and thunder down the wrong, hav the jury just as all other OFBTMOfn-ESn- . not yet been ualiabered. The great Anna i up families, no defamation of men in high trouble. 3at it up in "double leaded" cq. KnrtallKtii - havo achieved extxaortlnary surv cutting operations In these cases is avoided. our. ."' ' ... : was avoided by compromising on the word Scratches!, :r- 01 in our niustrateur-"Fi-C-MM.ki. on Especially has the success of our improved operations for in- Hheninntirn, t&. These aro fully treatea for ten cents in stsHnpa. Uteri, and Peter, and by this name the defendant geddon of the Hatioas Is not to be fought position, they pronounce the paper dtSVi unins and direct it to the whole race. Rstute; Ruptured Cervix to oiirselTea for our Sores nnd Gal In, Urinary Diseases. &nt by mail land 3nrna nnd Scalds with swords, both A Scotch poet, insane on eveything but pens; not with sipld. They say, "It is shockingly "I Spavin, CracUs, west oa trial. nnd Bites, thnrrsmlrjiof numerous operations """""" siting" I STRICTURES AND ITRUfAM P18. I believe it is one of the trials religion, wrote this beaitifnl yet strape of tlss worst form I n.mnTimr I THI..?: Hundnditnf female rerK of Florida, explaining in bullets, but with type- - not with cannon, Isorew 'Worm, Grab, Senator Jones, Canal, a condiUon in the of Cota D1 of the newspaper press, that the people of rhythm: with lightning I OlnlulUnt. I of strictures, many ot them ti cat ly aggravated erally resulting thrcervical or Diermij, mm ln Barrenness, its owa defense, says: "My vote has sot but Sumters, aad perfecting presses; and ''this country demand moral slush instead God hath pardoned all my sin, Sprains &StltcUc(i, Foot Rot. Hoof All, by the careless use of instrumeass tothe hands by a safe and painless operation, removes tins commonest of the the the Moultries, and sees lost on a single public measure. I physicians and surgeons, caustea Islie passages, Contracted Mnaclea, Lameness, you of inexperiencedand other complications, annuallywasaft ns for to the bearing of offspring. Tliat's That's the win Da Jswiuny, Founder, t ave been paired on all questions." The Pulaskis, aad the Qibratars of that con- - of healthy, intellectual food. Now, man I leel the w tness deep within, news! urinarv flstuhe, That no case of this class is too oSstoilt for tho A Complete Treatiso on any ono of the above Stiff Joints, flict will be the editorial and reportorial are a respectable man, an intelligent cure. Sprains, Strains, Backache, Senator seems to have been more success- rooms our Illus- sent on receipt of ten cents ln stamps. Tliat'u t.ie news! That's the new- is proved by cures reported skill of our specialUts maladies, to which we refer wiftprlde. To of oar great aewsoaper establish. and a paper comes into your hand. You Sore Feet, Although we have ia the raptions. ful in pairing in Washington than in it And since he took my sins away. trated treaties on these ments. Men of the press, under God you open it, and there are three made mention of some of the special Stinnetts, Hltes, And taught me how to watch and pray, aiTmenls to which particular .ttentios frost splendidly written ediof are to decide whether the human race . ,P at the Invalids" aad all external disease, and every hart or accident. given by the kllnthMIOdni At a dinner at Rondout there was a a shall be saved or lost. Ood has put a torial, recommending some moral I'm happy now from to day Diseases Hotel and SurgicaHnstltute, yet the iasa That's the news! That's the news! general use in family, stablo and stock yard, it U treatment. Send particulars of your case and tea ceatt hi stamps jsst arrived, who had not seen United more stupeadoM and abound in responsibility upon you sentiment, or evolving tome scientific And now If any one should say: fora large, illustrated treaties containing many teetiiaJ. ASKHU.TT. States paper money. A gentleman oppo- than npoB for the successful JreSS; re-THE I1EST OF ALL mispersons. theory. In the next column there is a KiTfftrBi of --chronio attBBeBt,waetaer EBllestlo Contralsloa. W Flu, . : What's the news? What's the news? site took a $50 bill from his pocket and en- What loag aay other class of i Palsy. Locoasttr inability Nervous ralTsls, or Dance, Insoaaala, erAtaxia, quiring- for its core medical or7 surgicsu matm. strides yoar profession has erable, contemptible divorce case. Which Oh, tell him yon've beiran to pray to hand it to the German, but saade in deavored St. Vitas' consultation, shoaJ4.be You dip into the ediiniaeace aad power since the day do you read first? Insanity. MWshi ah tters of inquiry, or of That's the news! That's the news t trapped it into a dish of soup. He took it whea Peter Diseases. to sleep, and threatened Dnhllltv. oHsin-- r from nvrrctudr. WMMi. and Sehcsffar invested cast metal torial long enough to say: "Well, that's That yon have Joined the conquering land esjt m quickly as possible, and was waving type, iiiknsary hemmi mmsmm ctnr causes, ana errrr Tansty at aad bins ass two books were found rery ably written," and you read the And no- rfitn J"y at Jod' command fro to dry it, wfceu a big dog in the tt r land wBSfmmBSm aWVAMblTi fast alikt they wars ascribed to the work divorce case from tat "long pnmsr" type Voo'f ii Xiiugr to tne bttt-. pyH It Mt Of ! l&fert, ftatf M the It tv tea, tat ,ttpartU" tppt at Un Tntt t uwl That' U C(t(; atria) at H w.rspr!stW M MMTMl rtiitfc i The Hickman Courier. TALMAGE'SSEMON. CatarhH i5!B M. EHRET, JR. & CO. ImIuiI n - SW-- r Mt 2,500,-000,0- ,s4fllHHHBsMltk ftf&ATj&STEEPRlWFS. ASTHMA CUMC alSSaiawla9aUK!ii9l k 1 LOVE 1 1 i to-da- y Water.FirezWinD'Proof. OPIUM put onbthuybody: a Folding OPIUM 1 CONSUMPTION prtce-ltat- r e uu. CAM J- - type-sette- rs T galIey-prof- Life-Senat- ie-ce- nt court-room- H hyper-criticis- m SBaK. I type-sett- er alley-way- s, us-- gjfil H self-defen- se n J luHi-velo- Cwt-ki- I type-setter- s, e rjty7Xivi--- B j I INVALIDS' HOTELeSURGICAL INSTITUTE 663 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. organized with a Hospital, but a pleasant Remedial SURGEONS, PHYSICIANS STAFF A K- Cnttle-Comtnon- ri - f 11) . Jllw.ir. widely-celebrat- IIAY-Tiino- thy - 11) A FAIR AND OFFER TO INVALIDS. 1 1 . crack-braine- NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIENTS. world-wid- Me thirty-seve- n j j s, to-da- .f f 1 $ t'SS & cleetro-tnagnet- io Coru-MU- cd ? Mo' U-l- l Ijiril-lten- ued post-pai- d, I Whent-No.2Corn-mix- rod 1 COMMON SENSE AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE. well-know- . n v -- , Ztttevtoton&liiiVQ inom ltow( dead-lette- Boils tho "JSoIr s I OUR FIELD OF SUCCESS. J e, work-benc- h, I I tvoSt-m- -- id post-pai- d. shoe-las- t, post-pai- d, e. ate wood-out- o Tape-worm- Pra-arlll- a ITI BJk funo-UonV- to BIIBMBB I Hood's Sarsaparilla piles. IF PAGE'S CsLU U--- will-powe- r, cu, for-tha- 1 - iron-grate- d, Pounds S. Mn-- or I i"r." eii-rtnVws- wmm i - I SeJcSSmWivST .- -i L 1 f U --. i iNtlwinr. S'rFnonostSeM - z.-- ma-ehiae- ry .i OMEIntoucS. th-s- CURJ-RL- y; lit MEXICAN m MUST AN G Bu,e, s. n.,c t. cnringbUnd-nfss.nieyat- ao es -- z-- z - w- -- .r. Ti rm .1.. fofstiret. i..k.rhn , .iii De-tre- col-uri- ns Qer-sxa- cr sfaciiia F-k- - INIMENTS - 1 1 i m SK J&z gssv&sczzs wmrt wmm I," v l" - & . iX- ? - w :. . HI , ?. iL--i ' feU SlTx ? 3B 1 & J y iK I 3r (JiUM'Wph. . - tf. ZZ - - UL-. l.J.lf7 41 i -City Conner has ordered to be he Id on the .'.id :iu ilsir nf Ttbiv. to test the sense of the . , .... Xollce. Dr. in linage's Kprnions on rniulilied voters lesidinir in the TIhto will lw a jfr.ind excursion giren in arrive have been published in corporate limits of the city of frjin Hickman to New Orleans July 22. book form under u,0 title The Hickman as to tne proposition Key. A. DeVIXB. - CITY ITEMS- LOCAL NEWS -- ' ?!. . 1 mi y ft iuuraj.uxujj i riimmn r.vn-l- -t CA'tUi-M-t'- y if v Ss& i t. yfflia,Esa rv - v v 4q?5L 1 ! &. A" as 1 tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. fci: oikcuit jjudge. We IIAMIM. of Kultou countv. late fur Circuit Judge. t are authorized to anim-inc- e a- - 0. in T a cundi- .w.inr.ige Jillig." I would inform tlio ladies of There is no occasion for alarm Hiekmau ami vicinity, that I have about cholera, but i,0 citv can afestablishopened a Dress-makin- g ford at anytime lr,t,-'icondi- ment at my residence, on Carroll tUHl til llil-it!. .! l street, opposite Mr.' Maxwell's. . . A convention np the friends I cut hv the celebrated Moody system, used altogether in large, of Federal aid for the promotion m. . . .......... .i mention in IyCMwkj v.iues, aim Kiwnnuev; ii-in the business about has been called to meet m l.oms- I have been IS years. I will also tenon cut- - vine on tne sth i,lst. tiug and fitting. 1 would respect- - -E- .iinnnds he 'l. what fully ask yon for a liberal share of! u ht of ,.rot, s ,,ouk 1 can your patronage. I am sure the ()Xh ltemptu- Ideascyou. Kcspcctfu lh. Vnow anv- flI lsIy th:it x. m. n n , -- authorizing the' Council to license saloons for the retailing of spirit- 1'lectioii Au- - ST3 TILT, YOU uous, vinous and malt liquors. 1 n '78 licensed saloons were abolish ed in this eouiitv hv a vote of the people; but since that time whuv BY ALL, THAT ii K3) 3 it mrt. u p'f l'Ai.is. jjjjj ;lU0Ut l.onk.niMkor?. Af-TS, . . .. ,,, , oi Found A gold pin in shape C 7 Si ii juu paj oi jailers in iGftiaH'.,-.,nfM'PI ,nent.nf,"om cuxi ras ski tfes letter S with coral sets. Owner has been iuereascd by a Jaw re- VOK COUNTY .lUDGU. the p.e- cau have by paying for this ad peumeinuu.M. y uie Leg.MJiu.re m.oh eK a:;ou ii..1Mlse . W'e arf autliorizwl to announce .1 ...p.,.!..,,,.,,,,.,, SMem of, ' . vertiscmcnt. . i nv tii.t littv tn cit- .,.. WYlIli:. aa candiildte fur the !W of " i"tip'Miii" whereas tne new saloon ' ARE STILL IN THE RING, Choice COKXBD P.REF, at head for feeding prisoners. iiiit Ju!ee of Fulton cuimty. I'Jecuon law to "be voted on on the 3rd in the citv are to be fo uinl at the "ev Store of in Augttin nest. .. w cents ner lioniiu, lor sale ny !:..,,, r.r With the bcs&elcctcd, the grcatot vtrictv of stock in HieUman. Their 'n. o...: n.,Ai, ti...t ii,, i;......l Wt are autliorizwl to aunwnacc 1. W .ipuo iti,e Poacher's Associating f the shall, not be less than ?70" uorj W.Kogers. nriv-eare below any competition. (We all Drench low nrices.1 lut DSfKlXSON as i cainliuVe tor Ju lj:e f ap-- ' moie than 5, ft ffi ?? !,(!( 0, and it is gi en i be F"uiton Omniy Court Blest ion In jjut dro iujnul tee for yourself, and yon will be convinced that we are S We return most heart v thanks First Congressional Distrirl is iMlgUst next. ap-the present Council will pointed to meet at Kutfawa, Uvon out that giving vou facts. to the ladies, for their liberal 'PI.iilH wiio have done themselves the iniustice of btiviug before eall- oi county, on the .nil audoUoi.iu- - inane it i,uuo. in a pecuuiai. von COUNTY aitoknky. iireciation of our beautitai line . , . ass a a aa n !. u I.Hlg sense it is to the interest ot the .i " ,. during the past iy next. Dress (Joods, !l1 WOtlltl i We are snthr!n.l In I., :l trouble, but aii (10 Well to iUClSr tllC-- IUCt lUimi. City treasury for the new law to week. YVc have had an iimnensc .t. S. UulUtU Xo cnn.li.lalo for lla A miml)0r ()f ,,roillillA,t ire, for us to show and price you our good- be voted, and in a temperance im-Dry bomN, - rMotlonVfiiMr Oou"ty Attorney,. it t no WKuin; our stock is still com-- , m.nits n ljOJliRvie Stock of i3taJe and X Acimplete Jhg bargains m all department-- . Lome and see. ' of one Rhoes.'ciothintr, H.it, iVc, in thing to be found A..sit election. u e" .B,IOW '" WUUH u,-- diiruant at'llon. Albert Oils for sensC it appears to be ghNJn't. lWc: iii other houses. dozen of the other; iti a anu ii(,i..(imu. " ipninT "gb'lfif? GLVAIK. found Dry IJuoda IIoueoExR.Vt!r article-inwn recoiniuelidiugMrs. Thompson for and half whilst . morals and religion Have 1.1'. n i Jljj.ALEXAXDliU & .MAXWUV.U v as jstmaster of biv .t " '" announce T. M. ., i of , g U, c..lKlo. we en pta. yourself and you will that city. W ivi., an rainl'uUte rts?Sofaauhnrizctl Ccnrtfr r e!iT'ion to The . l f ... . loiccsl prions. t'lvrk of Fulton l i tu ,,ffict. uminauvs f. m pint c i" .Since t,,c LeJ6U.ture passer1 ' are divided on the proposition, and and guarantee the very cunt c nation in August, loco. .your gootts. J.ig iMigniiib in D , .,n UieIlw nuking the keeping of a so are the temperance men. I 1 r.Lp.uimiiii.1. pmff,;,, honsea felony ihegamb- - seems reasonably certain that the I'OUXl'Y CtUliT n.BKIv. Towx ItKstDKXt'K l'on Sai.i: I lers of Liuisville have advertised new law will carry, but if the v We aro autliorizwl to mnounre The Tom Parks' residence. Ap-- ( their furniture for sab and will tcmpeiance men offered :mj tem- fwr will be nln.'icnil Q llOW OUT iTOOlU. TAYLUK,asacainl-iltAX.ll ...! .. nu ti ' thuolUceo! Couniv ClerW of iMittanl ply to move to un rj inviting I'ulds. peiance measure other than the also carry a complete btoelc of Groceries., CJucensware, Hames, county. Election mCourt We . . operation it mijiht ,.,. Ausnsi, iftMi. :iiirlG-2- t T. M. Kirnxcii. 11 i i iji'I'inimtti m 'sstemnor in 1 . inn i iuo Kentuekv in. til is a vote between etc., at lowe-- t jirices. oe tien aieo ....;..., i would .. ...i:,... , a Xo. 1 jim in Ifyim Want MtiL auiuuin it has acro.-wthe street. FOIl SHIilMFP. to .:o,,,io, Vfc","rr"-- r ;, " , uaerSee the Sign WK,,,t the lowest ..rice--, all lUill . . . ii:ai.i:i: Wearp onihorizfil to announce W. . . .. "- .UK&. si- i,, - , ...i..r. it.n. i.,license in quantities of less than a quart. YVhi'st it is not s true that open were' abolished, it is also an open se- crct that whisky has been, and is, retailed by the drink almost if not Hilly, s freely, as when saloons. ere licensed. The Courts have f:,i,e1 to prevent this tippling n in ine option law as voted has , Una i.rw... s - r ,i.i men-bant- Sk4 nit.) ii i Kli VJ ttlest loods j.3rr) 51 bar-room- The Latest Styk IL', J the ;. VOn C03IMOXWKAI.TIl'S Art'OIIKEY. Wp nre authorize lo nnnoiuire C'H VS. If. TIC Ml AS. of !iCric!:i!ii coil'itt.ns .1 j cumliilnte for ie election o tlie OomMnwcaltirs Vttorney for tlii Imli'i' District. Election in Atisi-- t, Wo arc antliorizcil to aiimuince.'OIIN K. IIKXOItlL'KS, of f.iviiwtrtu eouiitv, an a candi.late fur the oliice of Comimn wealt' Attirney. i thU, the First Jinh-ciDUtiivt of Kentucky. Klectum in Augut next. W are aithorizi'.l tn announce SA M V KL ; CUO.sLANI), a a canliihUe for the oliice uf CoiiimonweaHIiV Attorney In thi- the i rirt Jniitvial District of Kentucky 1 olli-euflf-Sal ADQUAE FOR E EiiVE BBAOHBD t3 r":4t STOP o c$a I IX PSKH gife? T 21 1 TV ri W U A TITl? i& dh & WW03H ATTi RELIABLE ViJJLy rW- -S - , Ili-mi- i ". .- - .... ,.,..-.;...- Bf Eai s Bl M&kMU . wi i I ! 1 i y TH 1 t -- .fay Dem-trade,bj- nt 1 Iaa ....... X I lv , . -- C 111 M plc-a- - M m" -- I T-rVost . 1 4 t,. I!!'1 . u.uim; ',;" i Mta - ! Cm-ni- ( i VE WILL NOT BttvmJ&W$Viv. - W- - ' 1 e ! i r"-""- i i ( l """ the growth , If you are needing any Gro-- j seutial to of the State.and material ence".""'l best. AKD DJ. -- STliPIB, ceries, it will pav you big, to -- topi S. Marshal W. A. Deputy The bill to prohibit the sale,' and jot yoiuulf at Alexander : FOU JAILER. liquors in Cayce Wicklitfc last night brought to the AlaxwelJV. They are making very of intoxicating Yc are an'hor' awl t announce JAMEbj precinct, this county, lias passed, eity one liliss. Owens, nt taycel .extraordinary low prices. " -r I.WI.OU w whthe einaiiis - August- . .p " I S ESCR I P T f ft CA li h FJ i. : I 8 with j con r o uy sj and now wants the iSovernor's Station, ICy., whe is Fulton ctmnty. t ga:!th,r3 KZli3 SfZiXiL 1.2?s &J ' only signature. The bill submits the i violating the revenue laws by -II. IJyOII AXAX'is is the r j tlectiun. T v i Injunr without license. Mr. bouse in" Hickman that has the question to u vote of the pre- We ore onlhorizeil to announce una r?5 ' Wicklitle t. went out yesterday 'right to sell Acke.rland & Wylcr's cinet. r4rj f 1" V WALI.AUB, nH ctmlnle for re- lecr?1 A ? J'erlect-httin- g i n !""1 .rOTO.agi et ps Custom made Cloth n.ed l..s: night office of Jailer of Fulton c.mi- j tion t the accordance with the re t K 5 tv. Wectiin in Aucust uexu 3 ? III,,. fMuest of the delegates to the late ' ?WPR W5,s ,luaI,k' t" i ' " bel.ne C..m; s S""8 tu.r !,,s We are authorised lo announce OEORGE "zr1 STT!5 "T?" ,10 eC5rs5 Plant's store is full of pretty International I'ress Association, s Us a a canditla'e Tor the ' rB.-L fAUrKNl'EU. Jto oods and prices lower than can sllI,i Iinoll the invitation of the In- - ffl,8MO'" ' ur"" .ii:'" .'" ' J"" f offte of Ja'drr of Fulton County. Jie bought elsewhere in Hickman. cu, , ,ss ilt Henderson, a meeting " nxn! in Anjnst next. V day. l Apul DEALERS I A' Kepresent- - a line of the very hot Companies in the Tinted States. A small gold shield ot the JvditucKi J less Assoeia- ., ' I'ouxn DRUGS, .MUUICIXCs, BOOKS, STATIOXKKY, and Sch. .d '.mnlies FOll rOUXTY ASSESSOII. pin wiih the initials M. O. R, and tion is called at Ilendeon, on t (OFFICE AT COURT-HOUSEV.vcv t!tK)I)S, TOYS, and PitTUJtKS, V ed.iesday, April -- S. We are nuilioriiWil t announce J'HIN .1. II. The owner can have by The New Madrid ivronl sjiys: SUNDRIES, I'AISTS, OILS, WlXKSand LK'UOHS.for Medical hm:. TltHV JLU as canilidato fur the alike :e23T- J. ailing at this olliee and paying r aprO The bill makitiseduction a fel- - The colored people of Kansas. jpwfim, of Ass fswir. IHediuu in AutM next. jwM.ii iMiiwpwiiWri'KiiiMn charges. agists rou TIIK 'ouy has passed both Houses of the have gotten np seheme to'inangu-- , i t We are antborized to announce J- - S It- - prowues fr tn.it nue an exonus irom ine i iiiwu, The rnlton County Council I'rccet'il:::."!. ti,,, ..I... J.eiIatitie. ..:i .. ..l. ,... i....' I'.D.N DUU NT, as a candidate for thv of .shall seduce any un- - blates to Atnca ulh a iew ot es-- Association met at hd .,, ,i ,.. whosoever c:e ?o-,Ki,i;n married female under Mct en shall tablishinga republic ll.ere, model-- ; sHiool-lioussscswr. Klerionm .u '" ' Tt.. The Apiil 10, I fi .....4 .s K Ai.ril 20. 18K6. Beeol Uumj mm . ,.,.. ....,i ..r.. . ...... oiiiicrniiun"---.i.. .. ...... it,.. Council met. Present, Ma or French;!6 V hev are ciieulated upon con ,.r.,... .11...1 ... Men's Suits. ..:.. .:.... i uumuu-- i:.. .i. vt .mvi nu ,. ... i.. uouuiv iu 111:111 111 iuu ,.,i . .... .1111.1 ..... .. . . . icnun.. l ;.-- . '' t..-1-Uro are authorized to oitnonr.'e mi' Cuincilmen Cole, Wiuing, Kogers, Flie, uu w maiw i.oi.itiMiti-.irone iinr asKinr a:t an nronrnii on iimiii i.,,mc. tn m- cr. m t'res tieiii ue iint psk M.i...... . .T.. f.kt. w , . . r- : . raini.. . t 111111 1 ikM .....: v... i ik. j r i tlprtnccK. am lianuce last meeting were , uuun.ofmbutton I.county,u. TliO TII(A R' .in..:.i.! u Ai.kxaxdki: & Maxiveij,. ti hi ifif'i iii I lit . I V.1'11 1. &a... &?-IJ..1111111 If iuiii-more than lie years. Mill iiaii . &. r.iectiou in sesor The minutes of the it out. Wc vcrj strongly susjiect aiT,e(1 lo , !se chair, and Samuel I. rk "tj-"-- " cir5a V got uest. Mr. Frank Keith, a young man Smith. Kllison & Co. have the IL IS il M.ill BiiHir Hiunij; UoUlllUC appilllliet: BfClCUIi.t ui "" U. A. j bTRKtT cay. authorised to anniuinco Youth's, about Itfycato of age, w:i ihitiwn lll.lt 'e are handsomest line of Men's no to swindle 11...1 tn Tl... Hiret?!. comuiissiuiiur nrpsnnlpil iuu i livii i.t.i a CamluHte tor re e'eftloU T..4 . . , Doys1 and Children's Clothing, in from a horse against a stump, on white men. hatched I't ,v. the Colored people out ot tlieir nroceeded to take' .ueet nav roll for past two weeks for 11... office T. County Assessor. i.ll.v.AUt ... f The President tne city, ami at lowest prices. Sunday. the 11th instant', near Mr. aMIlRS. up the pro'TsilliUiO ill regular or- - 30 10, properly uppiored, which on mo- 1- AugiHt nexU 'nll ancVsee them. They can save .las. Ta.xlor, in this, county, ami lion, ws allowed, nnd check ordered w authorized lo announce . M. T. killed some internal vessels be- jou money in Clothing. sued for the amount. Prank Hurt! s contested elec-- i der the office of Uvlmun' nS 1 caudidite Sammd I.. Iioulhac occupied the ingvriitured. He was an indus- tion ease va.n very ph.usrble in- - Aogi urn. crnr A The prettiest line of Shoe trious, hard working, c'.everyoung showing ll.at 1- .- was elected, and jlooi for .. u-in e.. am- minutes Qn moiioi( lUo CouncU orUnA hat a nw 4u, tn cgaj'i, eSiXs zz4, y Jr&tai ' and Slippers in Hickman, is at "an. tlmds ot teaelitng plijs- - Ilf(, b creacd in front .... City HulL . of v e en t imustT : at he was in any nS ' . ..... .. . w. an' mitli irizcil to announce 1'. i. . . .. . t.. r Plant's: :!.-.- un;au. neaten, anu .yciii,1"". PATB, a, acandhla.c for County Aaseaaer.j 1Jas a spcn,li(l gtccU of tlie very beat makes of all kinds of .Ha 1(1 ware The Mississippi cotiimeiiced event l; snecial reouest Dr. Luton.,Lc buildings iu same block and the May- - K'cCtton in August -- est. . Demociiitic Couirrei nermitted II. P.lTCITANS?Sis tbeonly falling at Hickman Monday night, ffere(j .,t Cole, Rama?e or appoiulcd Coun3ilmcn pRK'K, am t,at t1P Vl.ly 0;vC5t tllC market ... i tl. has the and up to yesterday noon had his Iepubl:cau opponent to keep addressed the house on thu swh-th- ana wium:, a committee 10 iei oui. lae hous-in Hickman that All goods guaranteed to be exactly as rejircsen ted. , s PUKLlCSCUOOLSUrm:iTIlKST.;JIIstlllcs scat. This is creditable to ject of physiology, work and superintend the same. right to sell Iiryan ?z Brown cel- fallen between 8 ami J inches. ' SALOON LLElTION. Sunders, our ePtcemeil ebrated make of Ladies" and Mis- The Tennessee, Cumbeilaud an the fur spirit of the Democratic We arc authorize.! to announce CM AS. us on i candid Ue for the of B. I.IstJMAN,as ses, Men's and Po.s' Shoes the Ohio, continue to fall lapidly, wish membeis. but who eer heard of ."ujn'ihiteiidt nt, addies-eCity Atlorney It. T. Tyler, to wlm-Kepublieau Congress giinga ;it. Kubject of hchool law. drstv.-uipetition of ihe Council fice .f ViibUc school hujicnnteniieiH oi was referred the liest in the world. a rise of from 1! to o feet in the a Ful on county. Klection in August next. seat in snub a con- - :l in between the law ot 10 the Legislature with reference to I.ouis. Tliis rise Demociat ojl'.ons, reportc he had attende Young men. for u NoMy Sn't Mississippi at St. 't are autlmriseil to annnrice I'rof. test lven:i:e'. ai d Indiaua, and touch to tli.it duty, and the LegiaUlure br.d by stop the candidate! as Clothe, a beautiful Shoe, Hat, will cheek, but notthe farm fall of ing on iuts; of the effected ennctment granted Ihe petition to submit lAMKa ll.SAUXDKUS, oflirc a "of County t lauds here. In one week to the fur '.1 took a eollrr-tio&e., go to I'iaut's. on the law. the m.itter io a vote of the qualified voters l?cv. S.im S a of the uni-Mwill he ckar of .:ter, and botSch'l Suju'rmleniient Klection in Au- of $I'i.i.o0, adtled 4.70 from and the ctinpi.mts against it. ui the cilv to ascertain whether the mi - tom C iit next. can go to work. The Lidies don't fail (o ee .viexmm his own purse to make een $110, On motion, the house was ld- - j rily of the voters fivored the license. l'? I?.... tC T.l!.OIt. .1.....n.k .1. ..Itlll.r '.1111 fit.. C I l..!.... V. AI ot uotmciitn;iii uoie, it w.ai Un ' ami sent it to the .Ma.ietta street jonrned to paitake of the excel-yo- oidcredmotion an election of Ihe qualified thut el Dress Coods. Thcv can show flow has been chieiiy in the delay MMEM D. 0- - PARK, goods which other houses do ::s to farm opei.itions ami the loss jnission. when he heard that the leitt ,,MlllP1. prepared on the nern of the city of Iltckmau be liclii at i'i m . were thinking ot l"ivi-rgrounds by the patrons of the t lc City Ilnll wiihiu legal hours ou the! --ATTORNEY AT LAW, "3SU 223 .ot7iirrv. there Ls yet ample of fences, " - " fiiht .Monday m .May uexl, it bemj; the " :;n.e to rebuild fences nud make a . -- Jry to - - AT. third day of said month, for the purpose, Economy is wealth come to MAY FIE LI), avoid 'i he house was ealletl to ordei :r, :rti.A cm-..- .. i ..,..... sas: of ascertaining the will of the voters in ' tiwl buy frri(lc nut itr-tl1:1.1 p m. 11 i'lnif7u schemes our o""'t at Kiiic3Inrc!i, IS7 7. Iriu-ticshall be lavorauie. the matter. . . - : n savcuioiicv. .... "I" i .:.... in. I. n.. i. We were entertained ............ . Y(,e Mayor appointed the followinp olS- - ......... .; :.. i .i.a r.tt.i tM ni I .in..I.. for .1 it.w " r 7. - Til., . i.i.T. v. xox. minutes l... music, .v.i i l.l. 1'r.io.icB ui . ly iy nil c, r. to liold - Plcctioil OU lIlP oTll dilV of .r ;.i: Itfsiitls in cirrrinsr. Hrst Judicial District, and in the Appel- rAktoseethebenuilie hrench D. A. Ilnulford. wholoate pa-- dealer who do not know we would State j,lUMestilig talk on ninui.iu by 15. Mnv net histor, Kid Shoe at So.50, for Ladies, of Clintnumoea, Tenn., writes, that he wn- that it is against the postal law (. (Jnlfl Well from which we ain- - Judges E Case ami Y. T. Huckner. hie Court of Kentucky, R'l,rawiu:s Plan full spec' ficat inns as to ovrythinjj needtd furuishtd, anJ entire septlS-l- y t acsuratelv wloulaicd. hocit and Key jobs Mlicited '.bllv found at Alexailder & Max- - riouly ulHiciedwitl. a severe cold thit f(). av 0,. t0 (,ut j, stamp from a ei', SUIm. ,0xV ilk..IS of ,u. nlVUll., , S!.eriff--G. M- Wilburn. """"-progre, i -- OU .J. W. lCO(JKKS. 1 41. ! .v i tiv, i ' rtI: nirl k.x-..-- ,,., ,btb. I - .. -Ivliri'llll. .' ITj IO ir "--- .. nn .. I j ( , 1 :i- - J .a.w .t,..U, r.. ....;. is. .t. !... ",': '"'" - j THE OLD RELIABLE Ai. A. MOLCQ51PIB, . A- -. .mi. .(..c...ss l. T. M. FEENOH, n. - reeled HUCK. us a can i!Uat-- fr ibo office of Sheriff of Pnlton Election In Augu next. 1111 to I riDWKSJlWllE', Um -. .- bss: ; V-- J ig j i.di 4iJ "'"f.' SM"-nmr- e rT w ! - - r ? TT'l, .....-,.,..- a. tyn Umm i (km ,) mVMm Kk-c-tn- n HxcJlTJ . rrJJ j5", I . snoiciA-is- I Te.-.cher's- c hl-'.oi- h ? e, 1S-5- -- -- -j WHITE -. ( u - .,-.- 1 fi PPcTCSCRI'PTIOXS SEWING 1 MACHINE SP EGIA.LT Y. r i . v . 1 TI I . i .Tl' -- - r - i I i .. ,re . "" U-- f-- r ili. r.. . q-j,- e - . . I 1 d g ROOFING A SPECIALTY. B. MILLARD & SON. 1 1 '..- u f ie-ulie- fa.-mer- s mjKw 1 I u "'":i- ,",,, 11.1-.1' n n hi , l . i Ai-:J- o e . iiiiiii-uiiiiiiii- -- " I III- .. 1 KENTUCKY. -- r , - J ( The II. mJCII.YXAN" says that he, ycw oric World is advocating will sell goods at from ten to the celebration of the centennial iwenty ne.r cent, cheaper than any nf the. inauguration of the first other house in this section of President of the lnited States, in country. We think ho will, as he ' 1SS9. It wants the centennial to always does j'ist what he says he Ue liolcl in ew York, and snys the will do. ITe also says that he will reason which was given for all advertised prices, and iujr the centennial celebration of ' the signing of the Declaration of you cau bet lie will do it. Hit eneinlence Ask to see. our All "Wool exists with squal at iiiiiadeiiinia force, .with referrtjnR Suits, at S.(), worth $12.50 ence to having tlio "proposed ExTn. other houses. position in or near few York, ALKXANDKlt & MAXWKLL. where the first President was in- to ee auguiated. Lndi(s:tre invited he onr elegant display of Dress floods. An rnf to .Wo hive all the new shades in K,Karii Shepherd, of lIarrUurK, 111., eo mucli benefit uKan. Chocolates, llebotrnpes, etc. sajn: "UavniK receivedreel it.nyduty to rom Ktric Ititte.I sho-VOU t)on't for-- et that WC . jct n.jjerinjj humanity know it. Have ymiv latest st vie good. sifh as c:in- - Iliul A ..,.: Min, Dn mV u,r forei"ht locat-disoount .1 lOM 0UM e e listened to sin excel- trv Dr. Kliv'si New DUcovery for Con- - J oil take a lettei troiil 10 roil III weail II, CO treail onf DlllllUUtM'i Ut'l ' ali was entirelv cured not yO'.US, It Should be returned lPl,t nldress by V.'. M. Hughes, on n:r. avoul in neaitn, escape an i)jr . 0f a few iwule fcmce which time promptly, as the penalty is sc- - the dignity ot teaching. care"-ood- 8- gO to Plant's Uinl buy your he Ua ned it in ' family for all Cousin vcie. Pro t. I. I". .Jones iollowed with town, and 'old with t result. Thuu the the cheapest store in " n good tdk on methods of tcach- experience of thousands who- live haw I'.aptist emigre- The '"- p;,i ., ', k'. . gation of Primitive Drop in and see the ruh at J?ock Springs, this conn- We were next entertained by ..u.tuiuuc irisll LOWO irt-- ..Alexander ec Wax well's. They Drug Store ty, have decided not to hold any the discussion of Friday evening are doing the business because thev meeting at that church on the 2nd exercises, hv Prof. .1. C. Ward. There is nothing like an early Kmiil'iv in AlilV. tills Year, as lia.-l Suniifloi-make the prices. ltiwrli .... , -- 3" - "'-- S - net I I -- lK-.-- and return them to the next mecliiie of the Council ibercafler. who Offers his professional services to the peopie oi inckiiiaii mi i viuiuuy. will compire ami ucierminc tne resun SyOmcc at the residence of Dr. 0. I.. The City Clerk was directed to have notice of the election published in the Ilubbaid inarlQ Hickman Cocrieii ns prescribed by the act of Ihe Legislature. i1. poles J ":""'S--'- . HUCKSTER LH EX3S. - co-i- , i INSURANCE. ?3C?.iT i zr ?!3 e - j start for a big enterprise. - ' "l HOI OC . .......:.!.. 1... la.jji.. .lt IUllllll uillMiii: wc I.r,rr v... 1 1 ie. Al.EXAXDF.lt & MAXWEl.l. home, las, died, at in.tfthe counlrjt l0ther than butchered City, this week. Ho was well May, ami in.NtrilCted to have it n,eaCi) shall be deemed a huckster; any j erson cscrcisins the privilege of a liuck- known in Hickman, having lhed ' punished. without having obinincd a license The Association extends its here several jears. Sympathy is 'thanks to the patrons Of Kdlllis- - from ihe City Clerk, shall upon conviction extended to the bereaved. he the City Court, ,,, fined a sum of money .. .i,.--.- - ,! ton school for their generous andi in . , - ,ini,hlp- ."- -. . .. l yr em aim r?'.. n,e iccnge. This ordinance being ir in - lo.jimblo The Hiekmau liauk commencattendance at our uicetnaf. force from and after its publication. favor-bl- c tlieil ed business .Monday under On motion, said ordinance uuauimously tlint tint li natrons and auspices, an-- l appears to be We. its first reading. teachers will be irreatlv benefitted pnssed motion, the rules were suspended doing good business for a com- On attendance at these It's stock already by regular We extend a cordial nail said ordinance pleil iti secoud and nienccnient. meetings. tmnl reading, nud being nut upon its commands a premium. passage, was unanimously carried invitation to all friends of edlica-.fina- l tion to como and meet with usj Mrs. William Crittenden, of to the on motion, the po'l tax of Ilcubcn ... ,...1.1 - , ." v .1 n-- . x uutiu.a iuiu 1110 T..nuu... ..j.t Union City, and Mrs. Shelby Crit- anil lend tlieir assistance fowlkca was stricken from the assess- in which we are working.. nave tne none per pea orleganiniiiaieu. to rcausu ment book; he not being a resident of the I uwd. itiNlead, three bottle of Electric tenden, of Obion Comity, are eny. Hitters nd seven boxes UuckUn's Arnica visiting the family of Dr. O'Daii- The following ordiuance was presented to ihe Council for its action thereon : ill.i-llRoiti il artteinrd bu (he Citit Council Ot Hick- -. af been their custom. The religions the subject of common fractions, won, That no person shall engage in the , March 'lo'h 680. Sal- A. A. FMtls. ?Z ,V ' This iast discisMon liuislu-- the 's!,!e services will be held the Jiul Ain,isTa.v,o,:. JV ., &' ,,rday,anddoaway with the Sun- - regular prograt e. A commit- - "I r ,, . paying in ndvauco tec was tincti appointed to make ajlV license th erefor.0.. da3 services. PAKTLOW. l .f. programme for the next meeting, jl2.50 for twelve months from ihe date J. 1. GUAY. .1. which will be held at Hickman, of the license; and any person engaged .Mr. lclloy, father of Mrs. S in the business ot UuyinR ana se.nng at T. Walton and Mrs. Win. Doug- Kv.. at P.. C. Caldwell's M.l,0), iPiail or otherwise, any of the . And set your ISIacksiuilhing and general in Union house, the second Saturday his n. -d Ml persons holding claims nzaiust the derea-Pi- l, nre estate of I I. Thnr.ta--orespectfully notified C prcent the same ,ors s. ! t hl?Z " """Tmn, Lni Z .".'.'"''kV '" &k3im.i ' u v i w ua SS.tC, CZZi rojfaj "Fs"' A ;v c.'n'r' i l Eg ta Ciy. tZ Et.iS i1 r5' i A' "T3. "7l"S ilj, 5s!! li i3 ti t? E3 E2,, csn u,i ''" LANDBUM & DAVIS, . AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COJIFAA'IES: C pro-lucl- s & sTi O S2 - TllS1 t i TP-IB-D AST!)' SZS,3 TSST2SD. 'on A A' I) ltciia'nns done at ( ,,.',. eut-rtainin J. 3. CBAY & COS., Corner of Olnon and ErehaaQt Streets ) ; I. XCASHIUK Mancheter, Kngland; HARTFORD, I'lKFN'IY of I It r ford Hartford, Coilu.; 1XSLKA,CE COMl'AXl OF NOB I'll AMKltlCA. &c, &c,, THE ", . - ,....-...- .- EI0SMA2T, Good KY. Our . motto. j "ork at Hod; bottom Trice". MlJFflAL BENEFIT LIFE OF HEW ARK N. J. Orricj,""' Jl'Ve.V LaiidruiiiN Drug Stoic. '' Scru, V&nil.l. niar2G-t- f WORK a sprcia'tv "Ba s i i JOHN F. OKAY &CO. VSa$3Q'qsis3-"- l FOR SALE. dry Cypres IiiiiMinp; Lumber. AIo, El;0,000 DUEWUY. ' Mr? M fin fills -- ,...! 1 and 200,000 fet Shinle. inarl'2 ! Cviiress - JJOXUURAXT (o Wc nsk a trial of our Ladies', AVu ?scs', i- Salve, and my leg is now sound and well." Fdeclric Hitlers aresoldat fifty cents a bot- tie, and Itncklen's Arnica Slve ai'Joc ier ox by a. iioicombc, ial. TO FIX PAVEMEXT. u m fc - pi..... .t.;.l. Men's ami Jioysunsioui.' ff ott-lr- t lit ' MfT. " J" MiviJiiuuoj died in JSev fntw . r i;i vcatieniv. .,.,........,.E:v VLC3lv:ill A A i $20.00 - ll'ihlM Kcwsirw. . "- nilUUC Oil of Klltledge's The publisher Monthly oiler. twelve .. valuable ... r.. 11..,. . v .. re-,"- On motion, Walter G. Kingman is ordered to repair the javement. ou east side of his livery stable, corner of 33)?fSlU "" Vm""b: " niuuun. Hill. 1 Dlhkli&lliili, j -- IVHSK Tlefore CAX I BUY A SSJITAiSliK PRSSESTAT ITS a.V,f auiourneu. , j.' i . jaax.i.AiikjiS-w. M A I ". f ,Tl.oy fei -- S0" 1Il"? IS wch ' Oiatio- n- Wm IT Cook. work is the est verse in the Old Testament) "a- - '"'' leans with as ae boat, hcre ho of .New lext. Books Koper I'oem- -J. Muriel made in St. Louis. Ettr3 pair .' waB taken sick, and died, but the Scrintures (not the revised edi-l V ' IIugI,cs Rec tation I.i.zie McDanicl.' 10.;j0 varrnufed t,t,hr enure wthfactian. tion;, by May 10th, ISbb. &U01UU and i. Recc8se., their rnniliii.r-qnili- .. illness IS niiilnre Try them once, and you will wear J" !c 'two or more correct answers be abius-- F. F. Joncn. TiHvofii. licUnun hssay Lou McDanie Familiar Science- -J. be divi-- ; 11 a. Fr ,le y h , no other. .V., will many years, and was well known .. r....,i.! C. Ward. L. D. Thrclkeld. eceived V Declamation IIL lillUU I Hill J w i. to most of our older citizens. 11:30 a. The Iteadimr Circle Sam'l Poem Sallie Maildox ed to the winner Mav 13th, Jobo, L.IsbclI. ni. We extend sympathy to tho be-- ( Maxwell Saunders Oration Persons trving for the reward) 12 Interniiion CAIEI'ETS. reaved family. His remains will In addition, there will be a May must Romi ''ii 1 p. m. in silver or The Teachers' Institut & eM,n; lostagJ stamps M. Saunders -ylcbtion- - M,.?f ,?J,"i Cull and see our line of Carpets. la,luc;,h no pra,,,pr p. in - The Advanced Reading Class JikeiiJ wnh tI;rilJ18Weirfor which The greatest variety in the city. Miss l'lla Rinswood ,,"!!,.e.v' JIS cr2v""-- , !!",! ;Ycl tlicy will receive Monthly for June. 2 p. ni. Teachers' Journals and Mas Velvets, Uody Brussels, Tapestry r All Th. be!t SaIvein the worIJ for Cllt,, in which the name and address of line? Jno. .SjiuikIcis. r.!i:,sels, All Wool, ' e made, specially for us by as.i,ium& Co., St. LOUIS, Whose custom-mad- e ir'lXeJol "J JiuiArTuo. WUICB, Ouina last deciding this question wc invite ftd and varied stock. ;ou to examine the bcauti- - trec-,,lntu.- S with the iollowing j : ! . . iS t!'C 8,,0rt- - t) lIlc per-- ' 1 ProisraillI1I(.T..i.rrnrTM.i..! m.-Ad- option tttZXyl al I s e-,-JCKN & A A , SlI0?Srth TmAVfcmie , Fast Hiekmau, Ky fiSSn'aif1.r.ctioi..g..ara.nccd. April. W- Wet corner of M.on MBS. JENNIE GAEDNEF, ' 1 l".f.. m.-Tea- chinS JJ- - p UPOWNf ,?- - KjV. at new store, Fuqtia & DeIow's old stand, has an endless vat iety of Jo6ii and Fancy Stationery, Papeterics of all styles and finish, Pens, Pencils, Port-folio- s, Lap Tablets, Albums, Gird Cases, Girds, &c, &.c, in endless variety. audiToys $ge?r -- v- 1 I Having taken charge of the 1J0US-E,- , ' , m Ghanjpioij r.allb. ftcn.eut. UlCCr. o-p- ly " 1 "- -, - Muting. Hemp. Cocoa and Xapier Oil ti loi$rr prices than ct v 1 ww . w, t .SrdiTii, Elllsox ittilig, Straw Sores, Telter, Ulianped Hands, Chilblain? U! Otll, &C.,&(!., Cor,,!S nndall Skm Eriipti'" ami pasi mcLrc in the ? velycuna ,1'iK.rno nay . einureu. . 11 . .t r isuaraiucea lo sire Dericci nuisiaciion, or money rehinded.Sprice ..' cents .Hr .ihi. & Co xor saie uy v;. -- . llolcoiubc mi 4rvJM ia llt"M X l. vitcd to attend. ..-- .'! -..;...,r.n.. v, ....... 'n .,..,..,, -'-'. correct answer win oc l.lielx.il COMMITTEE: in uhieh several more vain 1 and .,... . Q.,..,1n.-onereti. vul'Jlllilll ..l.llllli... . ut , kj.l I.....V. o. bio rewards ,will be ... , . .iiiii ......... i......n . iii.i iiiiiiv.:...., ,,r..' . .11 .'? ,v fin iTiu '..ii'i.iiiiii.t, r..i.. ik.....-i.''i..' iii ii..i..r. ......-..- . .vi. . ... . i...ii..i w ....it. ii' i:f. ......j, v.. S Saunders. puny, liaston, i'a. . Ml I a-- l(.,ll... V" ,"",, a , 2:30 it. in. -- ., . 11 . . .i' .i:r-...i..- i. Respectfully aunouce totliepiiMic thai the l iimtar Mini TIlPV ltcin v i II'MI'W hi& "VV" troll nnnrovei have secured one of the lut cooks ever in ; Hickman, and that no exertion will hej in Morniinr Exercic3 Sam'l pired to entert-i-good guests nud mo.t hmpita fare, b'e manner, to at reasonable nf Teacher- s-. prices and thcv rcctfully solicit a share nation Hoard : SI a the ' day; by the week, d. C. It. KlNGMAX,,. mar2l5 li. t. C.VLUWKLL, Coiuiuittec. n e. harvesters. Iclit Sleel IL A.&R T.TYLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW, EATVUKX Joint and T,fine!liui-Urs.aii- I)r.v,i;eM TlieIIAM the only St'KKI. MOWKR eter producctl. Will j,- -j Alaehiucs lower than PIOH -- IICJLiy, - - V OlScu in?v 3 i"-tM- ,)tlbHc-,:ltUaS- anyMeiual ipulity. . 'CTTII.L attend to aU,h!iints'cn I rusted r .Sjbnjiaruo SHE' 1IKUU IJKUS, New Dcnot. Hiekmau. JCv. F11 ru ?$ f 1 1 u re-- F.ichr . 3. 'St -. w- - ..--,-i t VJS. j -- S" .. r---- V J jiw.w. tit jw4Ugsqm &. e jt . J ', J r33V3 F ""' ATI k- niinm - mAi rliHBb i vm -- fcWHi-Sl -- V .'V. f.? F v. ."-- -- . tn i S! 'Mtt'4 . ' , -- .f..-' ":f PT L- . - tBHEs tJIHS. - in i- - iii---- - - it - 'j-- , ZSSSSKr.JUSVK GfP A TEH t" fpfraMBMs j eSey j. - fiWS) --Ms -- 3 A PWP3 SJefeiiqigppSaa ifap . r pr J ,s -- Jr liUrf- Noil Br - fe J Jl :; kfrm wif WW.1 M-he- :fcOiy Udsk If .".-a p Wm j' sx o PII life Hil asp 11II) () --. ipou vSP-- 1- (lsf5' - , 1R1 - andK HAN AN has now got hUgpri"S 111(1 Suniiucr Stock till in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all tlie Novellits in nil lines, and is all first-clas- s liable, and will be offered ibr sale at ljnfces that will please all. Call and examine my Goods and get my pr ices, and you will see at once that; I can and will sell Gooc's at ?mw j you can get tiie i5est oroods ior the least moneythat place is .Buchanan s. Don t eenc. cheaper than any other House m tins seclie.n or country. Buy ton to twenty per forget that IT. Hucliauan is the man that keeps the prices down and holds them there, lletuniing my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for their very liberal patronage bestowed on me in the past, niid which has cnabVri mc to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. "OOHANAINU n. A.T . re , Jf TIE HICKttiff PROGRESS 2 C0TTR1EB. ' What Kind of a f it z)2? iiitcrcstiii'r iukI iVeijucntlvtrik- my. Here is a nass:ir. frmi .. ins ,- 'Recent Dainjcratlc Tiiainphs. Congressman Stone's Romance. 'l""-s"- r' 1'u'ili Un l.y jT'i t. I nc THE STnlKtO. tin As a letter writer, Mr.Jny fln,,M ;is uerts,i,,,y always t tfnTwisi"" Ik-- is tfuueniHy jmiIiHu attention. a J X) kTtrmu7''Sr . t'r.o" rT.r-- yttml power of the tlovernincut. Congress has appointed a committee to investigate these troubles, and the distinguished Governor of Pennsylvania has been made chairman of the committee, and Congress is trying to pass an Arbitration law to corer the situaex-war " V, aocia'cs migl.l.UManil workmen have to be protected at I am knownicnfaiw rcf"nl .l""" ?iiiCiit io IU l,,e,r 1,rt"U ' different places by the militia lcive mr IK.'iM'Xa1 troops. This is not the mode of i Tlie man who stands np before ouiy l.c;ace tl.nf Hi, iiniililn Mini flm liic r..tl.iVS. clotlldl with Wit it his his feet mterests of lie roui.try want. Whts is a citizen,his record as a The truth is that the strike, has J ,IUVlM. f;,is to present an in- narrowed down to a question of Spi,.jn- scctacle. He appeals to dn"yed resistance on both sides, the same chivatric. spiiit lor sym- aid which was llic r.uiro.iu is, piai.iu.uij, the pathv and UJ,der the obi appeale.l systems victor, but they operate their ,.,,.,.,.:., )f theifclit stenned roads under yreat (lisadvautauc ami into the lists The Jvnihts of Labor are numer- billed on Cod to detenu it. So ous, well organized, and will lind when Mr. Gould appeal as a a a specopportunities to continue to em- and a citizen, he presents heroic. if not qui' e : almost ' i barrass their operations. There have, neeu or.rusious in While the yreat strike in the Mr Gould's life when he was strik JNVest may be considered settled :..., ...itlw.ttr i.itliti':lf'!lie ilrnr nr it after the fashion referred to above, temntiii" the heroic. These ro hi uieas ot what the same restless, discontented far to explain I. . i.:n . onalities iiosscs?eu ,,;, uuuonairc t i iniuu-..i. ot lauor, prc.a.o xi spirit lo a,,pp.l-ouwtm the 'country, and is shown m ft). ,1(J rJ ,)t .1S tre m:IU :UH , ew citizen. One of these occasions strikes now goin on in Urooklyn, Ualtiinorc, and was when, in 1ST.", Mr. Gould tesYork, Kric in estimating cw York City, tified before the elsewhere. In follows: londay, the strikiu.ir ear drivers committee as "I do not know how mii'It I paid tow r,U had a skirmish with tho police helping friendly m;n e four Stat. to force in which seventy persons to look after and we had In Milt our jiali Ueinocr.iiic tics o ainMimatanre. were more or less injured, lliot-inj- r dNtrirt, I W3 a L'einocrat In a KvpuMi-c.iRepublican, and in a lwa-and bloody battles are order 1 but in day, and growing worse doubtful district atwaall don'ttlul; have alof the linn.-- , I every ilFvrict. and Krie mm " daily. ways IveA-iMr. (.biiltl further testified that .Some mode of .settlement of provided he "found it cheaper' to elect leg these troubles must be than for, and there now seems jiu iuflii itlators and iu to buy them after wards, question repjvteonce strong enough to efTct a sct- friL-iii1 si.ij.'U'-aiHte- .Mr. L'owilerh neniaps jri. till most stnuinir m it . A" ju-.,:.. Tlie labor troubles are not . ii .i .. i I .. ... " .I am fVSvJv- ST.. ' " pui r.'vcar-iiii"'- .! PCttle'l. Tlie 3lissuri I'aeilierail ciiia.ii; m uiw xtiiiry, a'C?l).t vr.ii.1 tkltlllfl ltlit . .... tlin OV. f.r tllf. ...V III. Cl ... I Iwcan life1' tiilv wa- a,,i JW.l.l l.ll. t,"l"i to main excitement, aillJOUliee with In imlu,trv, icniH:r'l,rt' n." Miccf,,!. own I.usin ......,i. ..nvi.1oiii.nnf triiMi tli-i- t niv IiapsiKT0Ij 1ie l:'c lcen f my ; JU.li")II.HMtl,.l"V.1l..l. Wl ...!.. .t.tjfrni'u.1 I... t, , thpvnrc well sunnlieil with hands, 'if. a vim . ..ni jj i uiii htni ..... , !id are nioviny all the freijrht of-orn...a-ylyI liaic be '. maiiliiKMl. iearly La' Us o ; ,y fen d on their lines, but their rttaincl m Intorvflnrion "w w-- . -- or mpnf. '"--"' iTOVfil'T!- . - - i letter to I yet. 1 I - r. - . Dcl.iv'n.'-co'l'OT- -- s '""")"" inM-snn- .Iiu. B.n-..'a-- Yesterday was a yood day for yressman Stone, of KentuuR rrt.it. the Demoeratic party in tlie Ifcist. who walhs about the House aiid Tin' Iilaho Democrat., .Mr. Orestes Cleveland, a Demo- - npsuiil down thoavenue on eruteh- the advertisement which we erat of the most prominent order, es Imviny lost a ley in tho Ton. reprint below. On fust reading ' . wtcrlif.i:fti '"v"1 ill' "wa ...f4it ieoeraie service. .is evpecuujr ins it we judged it to be either a hoax f.iiii ' vu '" .. t,.iii!'iM-:mcM'flt :ltnr s iiwrnii. o.i.in m.ijmiij n "v-. .... ...... i .mi 'pi... n,....,.......n ..I,..auwiib twne 10 arne ueie jjiioiuv ironi tp1 attempt to produce a tern- ii srnri1 "". tin- . i'tiiiiii-;iiiiiiii:ii iiisu i ;h nor immiiiii-.-I It'll ...I VV.....1)..7M .ii r... . .s fk.. t seiisawon. ; , , I , ., .n - - and inm' iu:u: i:iuiMMHtay,ui2M; ..nicennffBf1 tfr'asinn,s cseauni" n w u line uiey were only (leleatn b c"iyfrl interesting one, :i:ttl nm. rP"r info The (. luistiau i.inon at loisu City, eil in Ifahwav ova democrat who ayain that theieare as iuteieMiu;.' this ad ei tisement apears ran as an independent candidate. incidents in teal life as aic toblii. v In this Stale also, the day was story books-- Stone w is a ('tn we are assured it is a genuine of a genuine liquor marked by a notable Demoeratic federate sobliei, and at a hnttleiu triumph U Albany. Mr. .John II. tynthi;iua, Ky., was badly mould- saloon. There is a in.ster about Thacher is elected Max or bv a ed. A- he fell his hat eutne this "naked ti uth" nth ertisement ii..ijoiu. oi i..is, and Hie uemo- - vav and ins niusuet anotnei, tun which we do not pietend to stde. erats have a majority in the Ucianl ho found himself unable to mpve Iut it certainly i the truth unoi vineruieii. .Mr. 1 luiclier s ma- - to roynin either. It w.is :i scotch adorned. Tliisis. wo believe, the jortty in a mere municipal contest iy summer dwv and he was olijr-wa- first caso in which The Chris'ian adthus near'y 200 yieater than to lie ott that hot hillside- - rnion has ever published an vertisement on its editorial pages. l ,:!1 V1 Icvclaml m the I'rfsiikMi- - posedtotheintei.se heat uf the withelection of issi. MUMinnble even to pro- - And this one is published out charge : I here is, oi course, uothiiiy re- - t vet his face except by throAiny ",:llj:l,,1 "' the fact, thai .the Dem- - his arms across his eyes. mi": ! Washincton, March 22. NTAKKl)TRUTKr. Cm, TUK ' " fhri---- " ! pub-HtjliL'- THE ln 11.14 BARTER frieinl GR0CE?,r- - S ,l-- !.. .- -t ..? v , ( - .- . a I ..I..1I.-01- -- . - r- - I t e I s .i-k- 1 1 - ",. . l.i-r- . LATEST ST7 t.n. s . all kimls of Fajiilv Ukoclkils, nbich .. will sfll na low aa the lovrei He is rosily at all linn's lo exchange Grocciies nth piirt't for Uiiiji-r- , Kpcjt, riiickenc.Vr nny kiml of markeling I lint the farming friend may bring in. The highest pricp nlwnys f aid. J. Jl. .MOMGOMKRY &1JRQ. et .MOMGO.Mr.ljy, atim.-.- niitl ilie pul.lir m optMieil n new nml frfhlt M'l'j.y w - " .4 V - AIT ass -- s sTg'es v5dzii:ts?l i-- j rTP rin l j Faius & Pakkek, BWM ca. WW J,, KEEPS constxntlj baud for hir sale minnu'r, nicif.. SIKTGHA, Blteyil i , ., C?J r q SALE AND LIVERY STABj.B KENTUCKY STREET, on i -- TV i i -- m pbiktbd ...... -- h-.- il n tli-lri- ct i tnitum has been such as to insure .lIiC 1V'e!,., of tlie party, esjiecially m t'"s State. One of our con viiMM.iu.-iia nnitn nvitr.il llm ijiiuu uic other day over a Republican vie.- it ...;..in,i .. tori in V;i..i.i.Mi. ''ulous moral and adorned a ";; uic .utt- ."""c";, "tiou of the administration to tips liiomeutOUS disaster. The Democratie party can stand a good many defeats in Wisconsin so Ion-- as it can hold its own in X'..... e orkaml .New Jersey, and tins it appears to be doing despite all tllO croakllltr of tnition journals, that are doing everything in t heir power to bring about the fulfillment of their own dismal prophecies of disaster V e think that it Is quite apparent that if thrre weio to be a Presidential election this 3 ear the New York delegation would be able to promise the otes of Xcw York, Connecticut ami New .Jersey to the Democratic candidates. 1 0(Jl!lts. "'.ITy Albany. Tho iucies- " "VJ'nty hovyexer, at this elec- ,s m' K'A'Uv :ui.swer to the ' "'co:iti-ntwho have been seeU- mi: to allow that the course ot this pre.-.eii- t Democratic adniiuis- s z a - i auti-admiui- W. DlESTELBllIKK blood was rapidly rmminy away ;u,d he became weaker, and soon uas uuat.lo to speak or move, The bh.ziuy sun, which fell on his tf"i !& l"rH'Icor. hcad and face, was addiuir untold was. N. i. vivki:m'i:. E323 sufferuiir to his enfeebled condi XilT'itittmrUt nf All ti'tHf A'utii S'Uer m tt i tiou. After the light he was left TT0 Tice lo name all articleB. U.I W ic. goods. SHOULD , wjm the dead and diuy, forit was m Lle trouble lo aliowi ifcc F c hnvealarpc vanety of white I 'rets Goods, Lares aiul Kmbroidcr- and see, cwner of supposed he could notlixe more ri:u," N'i Nei.iiD'us. Ilaviug jus t ies, 'Iiiien Collaiv, Lace Tollar-- , Silk Mitff IJot line of Ladies' and nd "cow Avenue. East HTcknim. ..) than a lew minutes o: hours. AfJ peel 1. miiioilinns shop for ilie Uo or Hose, fJorsets, &i l.i'iiiiil iro. I embrace lu- otiiHirtiinxt . tnr tlu irnini Imd withdrawn ol "" . We have a fine assortment of Ladies', Clnldrfu's and Men's uu&tom- -. i. i:..s f :.. .i... , . einloruiiii" otyou ibat 1 have ci.uinicJico.i . - . v 3 made Shoes ami Slippers, which we guarantCtotu give -- atisiaction. ..I. mwiU butiia-- s uinl.iiig vicinity of the BaAVJI,7.:BR0CER.y Custom-mad- e Clothing, lakt stvle amllluucst lirice. Hats, Shirt-?over u, rcneviii'i me uecessiiifni iiiuuiuus, i. aucsrs, ana ssgffara " ()f tho wounded so far as possible,,,. .t.lH.r, injwtrioiM. and Collars, Tie- -, Man.lkcrrhiefi., At. to Kiunxtrt. I As thoc nnssi'i! nnjir where Stolid tH.rium ..f H. G. l'Vth 1'amiiy Groceries, ami sold as low ninny house. (DAVIS OLD STAND.) uuni nlmtldenl in FaniilvSitiriu, v.lieli uillin- :v snfferiii" in the hot sun. Door, &ih, iiliiuls, faints ami Oil-- ; vemlow. l All kinds or ' Ut.iJ of rwt. in th . vonn-la- dt ble to speak, a ,ll' ,?d"ls - tVMKKKG'S CirTNTCl J. ''ja!r par v notice I hi'm aiA the MifietJ. fort,J."nJ STAPLE' AND FANCY GFiHCERIE: expvnwvM and 1 nueiiiettt j,, lUoVe.iiiwol ii,eco,m,..ni.y. the suumustprode.ee e trere still conscious. TiIiiur litr I will undertaJ.e. at hori rwtioe. fern lioie, nt hot anally kept in a EESS' Im wuj wnalJ niiii. nnl wiihgwm rxiiaioi,i ft SS-- , Ej Si em:i CJS she believed oni prices. IV. r Fan.., 5 t A ijf, ti s.ill alive, she procured the tain-- l TEA if, F.XCr CAMjJES, uc.4 rYl fro, four mnskets r,is MIXCX-'jlEAhiefa wilt r, HCKJ.KS Ili-flife NAKED TRUTH SALOON. n - AND PLAIN HQUA. - mi mm mm organdies '5 .i HfHisvR Hariri cr niirchrv'fil iVi. Hii.lil. Uf- -.. anil enlirc outfit of W. B. 1'lumn.e rve propose to continue the btisiucen, r J solicit patronage Family Groceries. ,f.-..-,- V , am'-om- . - ..... .... - !Mi-Me- i' - - . , , JUDGH. ... rf? J. .JV. nrsi-clas- mpn-yittia.rtnetAVW- & by,and sticking the.niu the ,4u.,l and render thofte a'.iout his head, fastened oerth& of illmrc-in- g ton a scarf from her shoulders to wjclmre harmfe. mottMWe I deirie drain which lireak t'ie ravs of the sun. Wiitii1 )nieWill deal in many of Itain," r'0. of of Life, ilie wounded were g.tthered fro:i )inx..riv .wl nil of !Vnie. whirli will the field It Was foUlld that fctOI ttl,rii 10 Iwcnmc liemhi. and wivM ' ili-tu- t.tTiwl.1Ij (.. -- TXhZwc J 0.1S.LS G. 1) J A cn. xn Ein i es, jiomjxy, SuX- - G'i:.'rs P KINGMAN, EA I. 33. "SU Still living, and he was seat; widow', children orphan, and all meinii tti the hospital. There was a lom cauk.,,, ea"'e ".vf tLe r,rin Bfp(cra-- , struggle between life and death!' prove a uas , EK IX pTtnBBHLWus in- 'ciliiiii : ('tin:: .r i".. stances than it would ueto recall Vr ti. Some of the members the uiiaierous fieiht cars sent Ade day. to' Ua-'- .l -- I I over the Krie u.iiroad from day to ' " DEALER IN ISlssir Bill. ' Italian anh American Mauhlb The hanging up of thelihiirKd-ncatioua- l bill in the Committee on mosu.us:kts, io.iib AND CI5AVF Labor is diseoui aging to the ad$ STOXES. tion. This law will pass in some vocates of the scheme its shape, the. result of which will be prospects. Hut even if the comreceived n fiitc lot rt rtc mittee should report the bill it J ienn and llnliun Mmblr, I n. j to bring about a peaceable arbip.tre'd lo All all orders. Call ni.d tin run the ganntl&t of tration according to just princi- would have to ur work various objections, not the least have M'cnn"! term.ineni!r, one of the fine-- t woiknicn in the Stilt, and vviSl in ike Orders from the couMTy rrcmpl ples, and after a fair arbitration of which is that of the President. roffni and tuiiiiii a f'eia'ty. ra ay "Jn Mono I mil nut be imdenuld, een in larger citKs. has been had, to compel obedi- - It has been very generally rumor-encc. Gov. Gnrtin's committee ed that the President would veto now have the leaders of the it if passed, but no one is author- i in njiiifip;iie mc l El1 n? itiits hKALEB IX meat my Itor, where I will for n Knights of Labor, .Mr. Powderly action in the matter, andu'Miieiirs reply. lie is the lurnHi'ihem with the certain mean-o- f , von think " s:iid i'ohort- Cl a k3) "Don't " jl 5 J Last Wednesday week a severe dvitii;. and others, and Mr. .Jay Gould last kind of a President to be son, toiiKiiig mm uom head to Family Groceries; ' m an I others, before them, to obtain making declarations in advance foot. don't you think that's a tornado swept ov rr the earth at, Fenriinrj 21, 1S5. .Min-- ' .1 .Vi ..o. of what measures he would veto j.rctty big piice for the govern- - St. Cloud J and Sauk 1'upiils, at J the views of both sides. tie path ot the storm uesota. Net, Seine-- Liiie", Hook-- , anil all'kin or approve. Nevertheless, it is met to pay for your setucc.v: . i:ieci'ii X of Ice. of St. Cloud was (iOO.vards wide, and Tackle and Supplier, t a ha aim ' .ine geuenu An election of the qualified volers of .gain. Groceries and Family Supplies ge v between 1.10 and 200 houses were Iweaaledum and TW63lled3D. even by friends of the ISlair bill(Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Street?,) . held at lh will he erally. blown down. The following is an Iheciiv ofonllic'icmnn. the 3rd day of Mar "':c C'ny Hill, Mond vy, t'.'iirit that the President is opposed to accurate account of the number next, between the hour, lor in La- - Kr""1 ,""i",l,r Tim.i We hear considerable talk it. Hut if the Committee-oi- l NEW .T FIRM. II s hinted that Gen. JJuckner killed and injured by the cyclone: purpose ofUkinRthe vole on tlie ques- -- 11 1 J J.1TJ-J:.- i 7$, ti ?.T t among the Republicans concern- bor should report it.it would ro uil1 not ,l:ue 21; injuied,,SO. lion of licemin,; silooai in tlto oily. ThSt. Cloud-Kill- ed. r for :i the calendar yon for ing the division of the Democratic to the calendar and he voted & Sauk Rapids Killed, .'57 ; injur- qiiesiion lo lhc iasnine on is, "Aro ti retail LTTUS CARLISLE crowded and the season be- - crnor after all. There are those of license orBfftiin?t party on the silver question. Jty w!, Ss,.V that Hill Owens is in the ed, 100. 8tvli-- h UKi'S for hire. "TUST Ol'KXEI), with'iicw FTOTK, out and out. ing late, its hopes arc quite prob- and tipple spirituous, vinous and malt the way, the Kcpublicnn party is adjacent liquors, in the ciiy of Hickman : ' At Hice's Station friends of rJ TUK.VIa reasonable, t'ttruiiiecsjlici ted. remarkably harmonious on that lematical. In the House the incui- - '"ig, and the would be -- Hon. , .Jus. country Killed, 1.1; ami W LMcCrTCHEX, !J- - MeCreary A tics, injured, So. lad question, isn't iti Last week on hers Iisivinsr charsu of the nniira. .Judge Milton .J. Unrlmm t ret t'ny Clerk out of Making .a total of killed 7.'), and IIlCKM VN, l priation bills. and the tariff bills lo'. ,..-the motion to suspend the coinage April 23, HS. . ... .1 ....I..,.f. .....I ;ui tuey Mllllf-ni...!. uisnici iiuniica,;iiiii .!..,. j';1" of silver dollars tho affirmative are opposed to me ii;pr lull. Both Randall and Morribon are "hMand him in the executive' The death of Mr. iralbe vote was SA and the negative '201. V. A.. xoxit would give iin' ,ni!U numnei nean I. n!ouat CJt the former 30 were. enst. hr open in their hostility to it mid AM kindi' of Farm Machinery. 1'lowv J "e property ,,ltMU loss is r 00,000. PHYSICAN AfiD SURtiEON, "tat relict. JJnt as the' J Democrats and .11 by Keimblicans, p.11"118,1,0 is s,.Is o believed to he un- Itnpleiiienis, Wngnn, &c. repaired on thing now stands uuckner will & - inelllI,y lo " .'hort notice and woikmnulike iimnner. 13;J were and of the latter Tv J5 iet i,v KENTUCKY have little trouble in capturiu" HICKMAN, OpiN'sl::n. SS?ew Wagon- &c made lo order, Jiemocratsand 08 by Republicans. MANUFACTURKRSOP tue convention and secunnnr the .., .., maio i .r i j,..rt ' : u: "'"",l: iuna or tne maian uuesuon. pri.e. The ...asses uroBoh,., to linv uZ, .;', " X l:u" ;or.f: " " tins Groceries. will our army do vvhc, h, . LJ stone. We riseto remark What 5 unirmatirovotc was 120 and the a,ul ll,at there is nothing of tl.e kind dian wars are over forever! Tlmt negative m. Of the former T)!! 25cts Lower than the Lowes t!lu "onagers a rest. EoTRAT ;,, this .,1ei.k of wtrrCcastby of a troublesome M..es.ion0.-n- u and womlsi Taken up .w a stray NOTICE. iviiiiann. l have no clerk expensss no store ren by T. s. . ii "Irwuly in view. The ZZ Crittenden Press. by Democrats, and of tho latter y"" . and pay ensh for all wj Groceries, and ' orhufarm. o ii.e Djer.'burp n.i.1. aW.t , .' ' herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap i2 were cast by Keimblicans and governmentr Imtf just tnmsferred Apaches all bad lu-- I 71 by Democrats. Which the same a munber The admission of Dakota and' Ax organization known as. tl.e f.Vh" 3t. Rest brands of Wittenberg and Lou t ar Flour, 23 cents cheaper thnu the Iot t is to say tweedledum and tweedle- - diuiis," Jrom the .Sau Carlos reser-- t Washington into the Union will "Workingineiih' Kitie Corps" held tnckv, one red and peckicd heifer. abt.Ht rfHvSJif Zi JOHN WITTING. vation in Southwestern Xew Mex- increase the number of States to :i meeting in New York and were 2 yeIr- oil, marked with underbit in the E2j - il W7 dee. X&'S Js i,M ear, and split in the left, and ap- - g- ,0 the Florida everglades, round forty, and leave eight tor- - 'Khlresscd by Kditor Schevit;:sh,' right TT'SPt no Harm, aim it ruories yet to lie admitted Arizo-- t ot ine oiks Zeitanar. who atlviaoil l'rllsc '':" .:. ' "".1., ." 1.....1 I SCS3Z2- Anxikty at the snread.of chol- - .n,u,u.l"u " SSggfsiS jHOWTO SAVE pNEY. em in Italy will hardly be allayed L8 P'obable (.eronimo, the worst na, a part of Dakota. Idaho, Mon- - them to arm themselves as rapidly ,'S ' " Kulioa County CoGn, March ' by the declaration that the cases I".,,an living, will soon grow tired tana, New Mexico, Oklahoma. Utah possible and prepare themselves', o 18S5. We are Wholesale Headquarters tor nl ' K s. MUKRKLL.J. F.C'.C. are sporadic. Sanitary authori- - t wandciing 111 the mountains and Wyoming. Utah has a sulli fo" fntme trouble. It may inter-grades uf - anr2 filimilii tul.o :lt !"M surrender. 'This will break cicn nonulation already for :i Rtnti. t'st Editor Schewitzsh tn lom-ities evervwht-r!CHSWIH5,SH0yn0BACC0atdCi:-ARthe power of the hist snrvivinir uiu win iiuve to surrender poly that the hemp crop promises to be possible steps to tie iu readiness and LOWER. LOWER and will job to dealew only at Fuctory for an epidemic invasion. It tribe of warlike and dangerous gamy before being admitted. The veiy large this car. . price- -; the Groceries haras, fide?, &c. AH kinds of should be kept in mind that the savages and leave thesettlements others are steadily increasing in will not be ni'cheap as the cheapest. P.r.x IJutlkk, lately X3ST Dsnlal Scotch lud Superior Scotch. Snuf. best safeguard against cholera is of the far West without a foe. population, and in the course of DEALER JOHN WITTiSG. San Carlos reservation, where the the next ten years the last of them candidate" for the Presi- undersold. such a course as would minimize the le.-- in the market. We also keep dency, has held his tonirue with constantly on hand a choice selection uu .iuiiiiiicu. n.. disease iu general. The same cau Apaches were located, has been ...:n ...... .. i .. i. ...!...:. .. .ii luiiudiu inis ni Family Groceries, Confectioneries and ses which proiduce fevers, malaria he source of all the Indian troub- - will round up tho Union and leave remarkable success during the la- - l?jj;TEE'SSAL00iST, nuts, winch we, will m;II very low ltr ir1 .ior agiiauon ot tne past liUl lhe Southwest;'hutnow that it without a territory. month. and the ordin ary preventable disKES035T. PI.3RAMAWT call aitl see us. the cash, lie little he Ims rmiiI tho Apaches havo . vii I1 eases, are " !...,. A mnritpnnf in stiread- - SUbtllied may been well nigh active FVQVA & VelSOW. itgamst, rather than in favor of! m.wln...;..c, it be illrt!lomf!lrr .'. Q rrer eonsmntir on up. Ci- were twent.-fott- r O "- HUt.lllll.Ot men those Whom he ' dian troubles are virtually ended. iu Tiikui: York Hoard Hie best brand, beslavered with tarsand Tobaccn. of AND the Sow of Alder-- ' PATENT solicited. ue A month or two ago we had a .1: shall never have nnother In- - fien ot issi. Ut these, fifteen, thltteries in 1SS1. Saddlery aijd Harness . novll-t- f . ', ' .. . . ... ....... "' it announcement trom Mfi(iucii.ir iiini " !... companies uMihtvc been arrestee . charL'ed with , Gov. fH'RTix, Chairman .. :.. 11 At win cii:,.,. .i. ' jiiiMM .I...1 v;i tne unit nullum mere wjis I ,.,. '" on"" f""-- ..o Keep Our .rune: one is custody as an - snecial House committor. t of the! T 1j llj - M r D C N r S! P A T their thoroughly dead and satisfactorily nbes S"C. former; three nrc fugitives from i .i.,.? .:,. ".r'l'u l"r ,,,l.M s"ihC6 m the Vow Lnmati .... ........11.. army's occutiatum win ct.r.n in. :.....:..!. & FARRISS, linn..! watching and Jttl ,!UJ0 for uudelined reasons, reliable report that the C.ar can- LAVi llf Af en'?1 ATTORNEY ( ,t I, : t c Jaclson Si . opposite Courier Office not go to Nova Tscherkask be- - rl"- - ,,, I"Hi"'.s tver since it i.ICI3 .Uwoaro known to be honest! S he ntr! ,. r. .,. rn .....ww .i ... v.,, v;i.;i::.. "ns iiirmeo. iciiiciwiii.r IIV'" ..v... J'- IOIII VVIllUll :. .:n 1... seen that gress would it I'Hiiao ... 11 1 CK MAX, i.:..i. 11 Vlll IIC ::.have a quieting clfect1 fn'lBCtor, Real Estate Agent - - - KY. ..t. AND ,iiini.,ii. plot to blow him up with dynani- - ll,,1 7w V"l,v !"o. Kentucky 't,e "Government of the fathers-- ' upon A WELL .selected stock of Saddle anil the disturbed labor element ue. jsviueiitir then. Xi h sm i '" i mouii-- ' euriii m me ti,, "n.tx' Fathers" . ... . as TOILET kRTICLES IIrne. New work made to order. 5 33IS HICKMAN, KY. not only ajive, but kicking with t:,i,s. J"' ' last itcsui Kccthecud m,ta clean government "by a larj Prompt attention given 10 Tun reports published within ? of its task (laugerous vjor. majority. the last week about the President's k a-- 1 it 1 ar w attend proraptly to all bus &c, &c, &c. &C, &C, t&C. supposed matrimonial Intentions ICJ"entrusted hira in Southwcsteri Hon. 11. A. UuaxivrfAf ('.i.ii-- ,! t,.,. tr.... of any kind. lie has secured the servicer " n ass mo Gov. Dati: has appointed ex-- j have itmused him considerably, but - s3,uc':v and Northwestern Tennetgee .. : ': v.r .... rr - ii,,u"c wiiunot of that well known anl exeellent work' UUO,n W'"PP"I I'OSt bill., TI.O body ieprescutative W. C. Whitthornei no word is vouchsafed by him or rvent .:- Mont inn rircn tol!itinvestl?a K . . man, Uncle Boh Farri, which of fnr St;;l TV" JLV . "T:51 filled at any hour, day r iht. King Ln'glit lell after 10 o'clock, gentlemen close to him as to I .;.? nLand titles, and the purchase a "tianiuteu uf Rood and faithful work.. rri.T;i:Ti.;"7",.r; um ."?n,:in-vi- ?011 a,,,,Ht iwiiynv idc(Kon Senator from Tennessee, to suc-ib. ."..ouuiiv tne measure. fjauS oiiiic. z isx ceed Howell K.Jackson, resigned, their truth or fuUiiy. 'taleifiKc;lllj3UlC- l"r Falc -- !' as-t- o -- iz'-i- . :1 VST" will'an1 niotlin t fir,-r- t their of tn ti tatiou of his riirht lei. 'i he rcfu Cyru.j;, a.d criu I'y tnki tl.e dents of the tow u and i inity did few. have their I will even corrupt tle Min'H little bills upon which they rely to all they conbl for the sufferers in tersef rehu.' tie hospital, sending them food tJteUuifl detiU' the parity of prjjnii of neso are the to t iingics-jthe church, gi nack the casual observer would and delicacies and often visiting awl the men eatide itinitonil, .piriiti.il, and iwrinvf take to be the workers of the them. One day, alter he had gniu- - feah ; an.l if any ahou-ak ami aln k why hare tli andaeity tobrioa cd sutllcieut strength to House. The habitue knows y om and he knows, too, that they notice those who visited' the hits- - d necnmnlated . m,hy- - ibo penlr. .e,.iyi-? 'awt are frequently the butts of the pital, he saw among the visitors 'rde u IncrjiiiT-- and mmt probably ciirbiim giveiitheirchee.ini count:- -, House and are the targets for tran- the young lady ov ner kiiiuuc.n nitre. sient wit. One of these came up biiveti ins ine Jiara a licene, an I if Idouotbring to Ivo'.iertson. ot Kentucky, the when he av helpless and upeech-- , i ine hrfy When K wN n ywi I ho r'ptlt ei less upon the battle-field- . lsl'1'1 him i.n. i.iirehnA ,,., to Ueuit Il .'""."'J and which was tolO vote opponiinny onereii ue poia- for a little bill seem . v her of the occurrence and thank t'ie Uvea, ami ruin tlie sin's of those wln his I ed her for her kindness. The nc j choo to i.tinur me with their "Ilnu- - !um.li.irm.v iW it qunintnnce thus begun ripened in- pledge injfelf to do all t have hfx-ifrom the Treasury V asked the red Those who wish any of tins I'viN to love, and she is now his wife. bearded Kenttickian. nlwvespeeilieil brought upon tlipnie'vm ni "About live million" was the llic'r clean- -' friend are reijueUed lo niee' 11 1J:hi. but. he, nialJi .xuhuMl FWIT1 Mllll Ul CHIHPI 'I MIIIM' v v.. " 1 HI" -- - 11. II ill 1.. ll - ha i" ignoranrc srrow , J18an( u lo (Ue "' j.,, .. lai-- e Hardw arc, Eilll FARM xui- - nii-tii- in ware WWm 4C. X Stand ) 'izi.iv, Coll CVS) Hoapjsj A;. f.Vitl not be undersold. Uggi, . U'iU p vy full price for Ilulter, E1CKMAN MARBLE" WORK HICKMAN, KV, L' CX 3KE. tv s : oV-irti- cI . 1 ; (Clinton S'reet, Cornsan & Co 'a Old 2S- - 3J- d bet-t3- r, ii ..,... mU-r- lt . - HSsa3aK.s?a5 eu-rn-j. . ";; tn u . . 1 n. .;;!" .,". ui-.- 1 v. - - Ji,i..-!,w- ' t 1 cu-t- pruni-ie- d. , t"e i m w --- t F. S. OASST 1 , uinii-ini.iwui- ii j - 'i- I usu-v- l J. walk-ove- 0 L Gov-beiu- g KENTUCKY, , j 111 . l r I G. KINGMAN. im id mm -- octGO-lS- S'i DR. ii F--Ri- e- 1 HERTWECK, BALTZER CO. -, r "e ' 1 l (,,. 2J" "?: ! ' cl 1 -- - ' -- -' - SiSSmSmim JSMSMfS gg f'mSrW'J SZ9 IhW<jar, 3S CWff flfVjMF MlfeiL JCfk. ry5r5v7 Kickinaiis , .MMfeJE, Kentucky. - ! 1 1 I n . S 1 J. W. COWGILL, l al.-t- t 1 . 1 v .1 j I -- -" - V V ..... !i-- it DEUGS, Trusses 1 l'le-itt- c I pemi-oitici- al t 1 . .1 - c 111 11- reserv-.tions- n 1 1 1 i I "; iiiff.n-ni-n.- - t- i T w-,- s -" .n slPLUpER ! - Jjm-.k- v " . s. i i , j , I . t- 'Vcjlrs&lr- k a o " :r -i 'w y fSrl're-eriptio- ns 1 I ,H i .i-- JH1 '- '-: -. iti. m