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BrrvBiiOPES, LaTTER-HEAD- . Oldest JXovspP-x.- ; m "Woxfsrn Keutuclcy. HUGE OF SUBSCRIPTION, glJSO. ESTABLISHED HORRIBLE DEATH. atiil Mistake of n Hoy in 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, MIDNIGHT BATTLE J?TU0KY, FRIDAY, APRIL XLIXTH (UNU.RESS. W 30, 1SS6. VOL. XJjfcl.rNO. 30, NOW 2E. sJ TTljB AND - I INVITATIONS, ETO:, jn )A.XtXi ETa auto XJ 'CAPITAL OEGANIZESTt, CAUSES OF STRIKES! ts V VV.siu.Nr.TOv, April 'JO. wNTr. Ills 'Not To Resist the Knights of Nokomis, .ronnilApril WuNt. his return Between a Deputy Marshal and a The Number, Location, Causes and Resuttl iiefonimiinICHtjons were received. KxecuA hill 25. On III., ; introduced P'U for tbe ritirenient ot .; I .'Labor, But to Protect its fiom town last evening Mr. Jacob Sv areT. oillcer- of tbo army. At 12 i; p. m. the for the of Strikes and Lock-OaBand of Moonshiners. ' itenate went - Tl,irf.-.- j. - a. Rope I Irst Wnulnn i: x - s Into extcutlve session, anil after dlscuwlon rejected the treaty for ibe rcoponlnsrortho Weil and I.a Aura claims h H VOtn nf !M tnV-,i- n T,le "lucky onuer U Killed, but Not i;u- mtm1v.iv tiLrlili.la 'A. Huge Organiiatioh o( the Several Tex-- HI He Unit .Made four Aiotilaiiti Rpnnrt n Mr. .Tixruli I). Week A. TVho IIf jbf nouilnutions were contlrined' "tile Industries or New England, With norsE rriiou)s and Sluans Coinmittoo Ilitn the Dual. lreK)rt(Hlu Joint resolution to give notice to Heen Kmplojedhy the Cenu llurean "Million of Capital. iirnninute the liuwailun. treaty Ullls wre to Iutmtlirat Cbum of the D rvpprtcd flxlnir the salaries of I'. S. District - Boston, April 23. The Commercial iPul-- " Uudjcfs at $.,40, to regulate t oinnjef clul sale Labor Troubles. Chatmnoooa, Apriietj A special to the thy, sample, price list, Ictin etc betnem residents will say: Tbe sudden Times from Manchester, Coffee County, r0R the oevtrul State and Ttrrltorles; to Knd unexpected collapse of what threatcreate the otllee of Assistant Commissioner Tenn , gives details of a bloody tragedy coiiMissto.Nrii WF.rKs nr.ronT of Indian Affnirsi lor the relief of Win ened to be a serious strike at tho Wbitten-to- n Washinotov. April 24- .- Mr Joeph D., JJcUarrajrhan; enacted there shortly after midnight this y to provide for the Mills, Taunton, was caused by the disWeeks, who has been cuiplojed under the iSttMyof the nature, of alcoholic drinks and morning, m which United States Deputy covery that that mill belonged to a huge their etreets on the Marshal Webb Purdon, of Manchester, ( cnus llureau in makiUK an investigation Jlarpotlcs, and ami sjsiem. in mo organization of textile industries of New ami a moonshiner named Clark were into . tbo number, location, cauennd- lesulti 'utfjnncadHinips. and in tho uiiiarr public . Til Indian England, which hns been formed so quietly ot- sirtKcs an-- l lock ouis ounnjr ine thoTvrHtor(e and tht Distrtct of killed and three other moonshiners fatally hns Just completed his report. that it ba escaped all notice. This, organ SKiAXE.--Therwj ear tho oblnbllshinfiit AfsienK! wounded About ten lu ajro I'linlnti too stiMtentrwunoiinon luniu umnas: wvi ization extends over Rhode Island and ... . ., neputy Jlursbai Hughes on his. Jul toror troiisiuiuai to irrj.nej irtiA FILLED A LIGHTED LAME bocorb'v discIiHrged soldiers and sailors Connecticut and already includes forty-nin- e " u raid among tho illicit distilleries of ;:. ,..' large woolen mills. This society was Three AVoiiieii Undertake Itan4I,!"e Died Grundy County, Tenn.. and captured and derstand the dlllicultles In the wav of sucl prclte nee in public apolnttncuts. A TPSoill WAtlllMSTO'.. prii 21 M N VTK ' n Investlpatlon a this will not be surprised Uon wjs organized for mutual protection. It does destroyed several stills Between 12 and the Judiciary Committee Ironi Their Injurle. 1 r not recognize the authority of the Knights and especially at its inquiriig referred io j at Its Incompleteness, o'clock was neceury to fifteen moonslimi-rCmr vco. April 25. Yesterdayafternoon rode into this morning determined to bavo failure to secure records of tbe number of rcquirothe whatS. legislation prevent the w nste-fu- l of Labor in any way, but is prepared ( ourts to I . Manchester to uso arbitration in the settlement Mrs. Sterling, who is landlady of the Ster- Purdon's life Seven broke into bis bouse employes onjrnpcd in all tbe strikes and lock-.uiappopriatinn of tbe assets und receipts of strikes. The organization is growing in ling House, on Adams street, was in tbo the balance surrounded it. Purdou j of dajs of rai nad property ln their possession. reported, well a tho Four , huidrtd private pension bills were then numbers, and it proposes to give each kitchen with.her daughter Emma and Mis ni-- i turiu us iiuy eiuvreii w 'm a revolver outs amount of as n; es lost number and V'tving but naif a dozen on tbe pagu-dstrike careful consideration and to assist Wbulen, a servant One of them took a and a ternble battle ensued Two iniin- In the outset of the report ho states that calendar. At 4 H p m thr Senate went Into only thoo manufacturers who are un- I lighted lamp, and holding n oil can fairly treated by their help. A becond - ! Jth the emplojers and employed, asac.as,. executive) session, and at 4 43 p. in. adami ,!,; gang retread, bui' tboV bad journed. lock-ou- t commenced tociety, embracing nil cotton mills of m one liana was ignited, to nun-- suddenDisu- - j hesitate to cneRe in a stnko or ecileu in fatally vrounding Turdon -calling and the can exany importance in Maine, New Hamp- ly the oil a loud report Tbe burning uii-- i ut- - wn, 11 u lizuii n uuiiuironrrejeii epechilly alter having experienced tho dis- onHorsi A resolution was reported for cer the Cottini'slnncrof Aprieulturo ploded with shot-gshire and Massachusetts, was quietly tain infoipiatioii 111 rcKard to the acreage into the retreating gang astrous etTocts or thes'e Industrial agitations was scattered over Mrs. Sterling and and twoand fired fell mortally completed, and elected its ofii 'ers in Bos- lluiddaughter, and supplf of vrlieat and corn in this counmoro and their clothes w ere soon Purdon then fell dead beside wounded Tho condition of mutal respect and forbear-aucher repnrttd to limit the Jur s ton on Wednesday. Tho Massachusetts : a mass Homes. try. Hills the bodj of between these two classes has been diction of n erc courts ln patent cafes, nnd to y Miss haien, mononies one of Ins league is the league of cotton mills to w hicb nc, wasof victims The gang carried off jjrowlnir in this country, and strikes have pension prifoners of war during the rclwl gas and not burned, but inhaled the woolen mills are to be admitted, while tho three of their wounded companions A lion. The bill for the relief of the Alabama frrown not les frequent but they are underIthode Island society was formed by j smoke. The fire depaitment was sunimon-- ' Iaige poso is now m pursuit of them efforts to taken only when it Is felt that there is no flood sunea-r- was debated without action, woolen mills, and subsequently admitted el, and fireman aided in thethe save calander under lives of names rt stimulus place cotton manufacturers. other resource. He state that in b.s efforts and rules. The river on theharbor bill was During the last ! extinguish the and herand i and daughter, but their Sterling HIS LIFE FOR A DOG. pet information of strikes, he sent out the up ani diseiis,el until 5.20 p. m.. when month the cotton mills of this State have Mr- -. came to taken too late. After several hours' inleeii quietly preparing for organization aid 1,200 circulars to bo'h employo and employHouse adjourned. tense for mutual insurance against labor disturb died. suffering, all three of the women V DUtrr.kln AfT.iIr mi the Cincinnati ers who wero direttiy contcrned. and ho the WsniNOTiN, April 22. Pen tE Petitions Mititliern Ituilrojil. indusfince. The wero prisenled. A hill ua passed appro-printinadds that most of the replies were recoiled try is better adapted for the formation of ( frl.'i.M) in aid of a National monuf Major from employers and very few from the Cihttwoooa. Tcv , April TORNADO IN TEXAS. such an organization than many others bement at Pljinouth. JIass. A bill was Holliday, a prominent citizen spring The latter either making no . cause it is composed of a number of large toindunmtv lhe( bmese who suffered iiy, wns run over anil Killed by the inn-no- il or refusing the desired information, Jr tiy the recent tnti reaks in w joining tnilK rather than a large number of small Ilullfttngs llestrojed and People njurrd, - , add-- t on the til! cd tho Senatt Ball Express tram on the.Ciucmimti giving as the r reason that It might be used VanW ck h ll.iby Fatally. ones. The quiet organization 'which j Mr lilair to tax r.iilrcail grant lands has taken place, therefore, has been j Killeev Tr.i.,Apnl2.r). A tornadoswept Southern railroad last evening while at- to their d.sndvantiiKO by tbe emplners pave notice Oat on Monday he would call conducted with much expedition, and its past tempting to save the life of a valuable From what returns were received bo ob up the joint providing n ctn Killeen this evening, about one mile dog Major result will probably be witnessed at tbe tho tendency of the workmen tomatr-nif- i Hollidav started across next attempt of the mill hands to secure ' from town. It struck- - the house above Spi ing CU3-- )le had soarcelv- - a bridge served strike and ot employers to dlspannto Ftltutinna. ntnrodini'nt pmhitnting the munu 2 a and sal ol b!cc holic liquor. At lacture rearbeil the discharge of workmen who are not of Jacob Uselton, demolishing the build- - it when tbe approaching its importance, and as the bulk of the in- o'clock the Inttr-Mat- f lotnmerce lull was members of the union. The society is- not ing and injuring the entire family, tbe baby His dog was midway tho train whs heard formation a:ne from tho latter, the state, plsced lefore ttie Senate Messrs. Pewell nnd long trestle It made in the report as to tbe number Cullom address the Senate. A mo sage a corporation, and has no stock". The fatally Tho Norman brothers' residence meant instant ilenth'to attempt to lesme uieuts yearly pay roils of the Massachusetts mills I was also destroyed. The family were saved, tbe animal, yet Major Holliday rushed for- of Mr ke the men concerned in t etc , are from the President relating to labor troubles j At 4 o'clock rereiv that have already joined amount to ref rse havinjr just taken refuce in a storm-housward to remove the dog to a place of safe- understated rather than thestr.keand a lock- wis Senate i d andordercd printed. session, and TheditJereiico botwten a went into executive the The aims of the society are not I The storm came from the northwest and i ty, anil before ho could return the train Is stand to the stoppage adjourned in in any sense aggressive, and its "purpose is ' did considerable damage in tbe town of sinuk bun. killing him instanth Tbe dog out tlrst Instancebejrrowinir out of ot work de- nt5:lrp roThe electoraluntil Mondav. madr some the count hill vvas Horn. tiot to attack the Knights of Labor, but Killen. Hail stones as lnrge as hens' egg whs also killed mand or other act on of the employes and in thr special order for Mav i. A Conference simply to protect its members agftnst un- fell, destroying vegetation and fruit trees n- tbe latter instance from some u mand or ( ommittee was appointed on tbe Indinn apjust persecution. Tho methods of action on the part of ctnploiers wbkb Is repropriation bill. Adverse reports were anil breaking many window- - panes. Excited Settlers. which tho society will employ have sisted by the workmen In some eases, by Committee on a from the Jndh-iarPiEr.nr., DK., April i'i. Yeterday Agent nirreeinpnt between tho emplojers or tho em- - joint resolution proposing a constitutional not yet lieen made public," Goes Mad by Proxy. stopped .n ono establishment loves amendment giving the President power to McChesney hid notice served on all the P ecauso work of tho existence of a striko or a veto specific Items in appropriation bills, and New Youk. April 25. A curious case has , merchants and dealers in Fort Pierro that lock-ou- t POWDBRLY PIXED IT. in another. Of the totnl number of a bill to prevent the adulteration of food beeii developed at Matteawan, N J. About they The must remove their stocks of goods str'kes tho word belnp ued to ineludo They were laid upon tbe table. , How the MMierulM:iter Workman Mm led six w eeks ago "ellie Smith, of that village, Amending Sec both strikers and lock outs reported in lot House passed n bill from tbe and vvitb JO, New an Knj;inc tli;t Wouldn't t!o. tion 2Mii Ilevised Matutcs, In relation was bitten by a dog. Dr. A. J.Jackson j nes on denervationtbe cease to do bust- - which was 7l2, Pennslvania 0U, river. that side of York with 101 and Ohio with are cred.ted to oaths on entries of merchandise Sr. Locis, April 23. Some weeks ago an I treated her with apparent success. Tho girl ' of removal was on the authority This order with nol. or ti&'i per cc nt Hills were pasted providing for holding tho . of the Sees. In the mintnjr nnd manufacturing 5tate engine attached to a passenger train on tho has brother Thomas, w ho J letary of tbe Interior The notice was terms of tbe Iiisiric Court in New York and ( ( olorado very In vvas The river and barber bill Michigan Central Road suddenly stopped; J took her case very much a1 heart Tho served by tho Indian police It is held that the strikes are more frequent while in agricultural trades, where lariro then taken up and twentv-elgh- t the slxty-t&re- e of The place was between stations and the stone about hydrophobia which had been they have n right to remain, for tbe en son freiuent men are collected together Tho bodies of pages considered. Pierre is the eastern terminus of j sbiiio U true of those enlaced In profess ouengineer could neither start the engine circulated cave him a srreat deal 01 auxiet v 1 I that n. April -1 Wasiunoton. On last taken su'd-erv ice. Domestic was con tinned from The along nor discover what the matter was denly ill.Thursday pight he was violent, re-- I the Goverment highway, but as to how far ' st and personalbody of unclassified servants He lecanie extremely that would srive them "rights the are not and tho irrent latorer, 11 Hotsn until session o'clock near noon on The passengers, many of them, got off the quiring two and often three men to hold informed The outcome will be" watched wh ch tuo groups include more than 72 per harbor bill. After adjourning, tbe river and Prldaj's ses. tra n and stood vvatcbing the engineer's him. and barked like a dog. No ono with interest. To enfoice this order would ent of those otisrairpd in teronal and tiro- - ' sionwas opened The l'n sident s message futile efforts to find out what the caue of knew whether ho was bitten" b a dog or Piitail a loss of over .Kt,0) and ruin bim- - fess'onal services do not sir ko at all, or at n the labor trouble-wa- s rr ad Mr Spr ngcr the trouble was. He saw at length that he 1 not Dr. Jackson savs that he hardlv dreds of settlers The settlers 1...J.1 n m..t- - i'-.1.'1"ol slr hp m 8ucn a w Bs Kcl moved lo refer it t thf l onitnittee oh Ijibor . rtior inrn r no tiiik m would have to give it np, and ths.t the t? am knows what to think about the case. It he tlfT T'nt rna' nll ilooliliwl "'JS4 A an..-.- . L lr. Itutterworih reference to tbe UVVIIIV.U nn The number of strikes reiorted In ccrta n coBiiniitec of tbe tnov d Us'Ibe latter motion iilf l, would stand there until a new engine could knew that tho boy had been bitten b at unless at tbe point of tbe baj onet The exwhole prominent trade are as follows in ir n was lost jens 77 inns 117 lively lie brought. Then a quiet man who had do;j ho should certainly consider it a cae citement is intense. and steel mdustr es: lWln coal mining hi in debate in in 1it(i l ssrs After a ftuttt rworth. Jeen standing among the passengers of hydrophobia As it is it may be nervous 11 the textile trades. 42 in c gar niak nr. lcsnilHii G,t.on a .ONiell. Mefteary .stepped up to the engineer and said; "Tako hysteria brought on by worrv about his building trades, 46 in transportation, is .n. and Springer took part, tbe message was reGreece Gives It Up. off overalls and let me put them on ' sister Nellie. The liitle girl is doing well prtntngtrHiles, 7 in glass industries; 14 in ferred to tbe f onmiittf e on Labor, with inPari;, April 2i' It Is officially announced inano making, and II In boot and shoe mak structions to report on or before May 15. The He was a man of intellectual cast of feaunder her treatment. He use. The bill known as the Newton tures and a pair of eye glasses added force this morning that the Greek (Jovernnn nt ing of a Cra'ir Cairn was discussed during tho entire Mr. Weeks th'nks that tho frequency of Senate bill In aidMass. National monument to this impressivencss. The engineer took Plymouth. has ielded to the councils of France und passed Mr t "was Roast Craigciaims thnltho Maieowcsium etriKra is nai m noi v mm zo zno r- off his overnlIs"and the quiet man put '. r "TillU'. ti.MIIMvi ,HWtMy""PsT 11T M session.M -Do ton, O- - April 25. Tho ca!15 pens of wm inbtantIy.ordoi-.tIiarumiiinUC.U..e- J oMho nenitontlarrJnniisayo.1 tJlfHOrwanMM. ."1.41S.J-.- . - t' them on, andTvith a monkey wrench in his forces. vmure mull !. v Drcimu -. Toaico on HiHfMiinMMrttT'rfTrritMr i.njwt,,apt.a.a expended out of his own pocsetl - - t,Awsjcj ' bands, crawled tinder the engine, and flat the Dayton Sugar Ruining Company, five .!.. si. .. 7,i Maine, or any oilier Lomiov, April 26 A later dispatch from the strikes occui r in ino w..n.ii.. irnuua j j "vcttfor .. . uuiPmiK was on his back, hammered and tinkered for hundred 111 number, were burned to tbe Athens coufirms the announcement that while the metal irnnes. IIl'II Il'X nill lexma I is llmicn nilm Itul III tlm t nnr la ltnpni-tw- 1 of with the understanding that he met. to be'To He has a quarter of an hour. Then he mounted ground lato Inst night The tire originatto Greece has decided to disurm. and adds I trades rank next, mueh tho greater propor- - el ngent or attorney for corporations or imbursed when the Legislature been berore every legislature ror twenty tbe cab, opened tho throttle valve, and finail) modified department where hav was kept, and ! that th greatest consternation prevails ,n "1T'''. ..V" 'l, LA"" "'V.i i'. '5 5S clilms to The resnlut.on was Mr Sire t, nnd years endeavoring to havo his claim adjust in the off went the engine as easy as could lie. evidently emit thf name of faas eel, but for some reason hns fniled. although I t,uat c,t work of an n, to rates mv foi a h c I Cd'nnttee of tire m thanked the There werewas the hundred and incendiary, t change orover the sudden and unexpected r.ncei were for an of waucs and of thee &.' per Some of the several committees and commissions have Iront by the Government Thn cent twentyone advance nnd 9, percent, t" earrv on the iuium The mod (led reported favorably on it. He novr asks that . quiet man as the engineer mounted tho head of in the pens, all of which ' 'nml.er of Deputies has Iwen hurriedly j were agamt a rednetion. cattle was a be appointed to investigate board, and tho engineer himself asked were burned to a ensp. The pens were or tho moro inprtant industries, csneo- resolutiontaken adopted l 'lh private alen.Inr thecommission finally decide the much vexed 4 p in the Holism up ws then all onvoked Tbe warships n'lireseiituiff Ln; matter and bis name, but the quiet man would not filled 011 Wednesday adv notu the trade, last, when tbeeutire land, italv, Austria and Geunan have methods ofeab o inand boot and shoeshop oe took a rt cess iiniil 7.3b t n . the night ptestiou. A vote was not reached on it togive it. Nevertheless a man on the tram lot of work rules of the w thdiavvu from their anchorage" in tbo being for tbe tonsulcration of pension bibs day, but it will oome up and be cattle was knew this bookish-lookin- g mechanic, and He took away soid toTChnrles Zachntz. Pireus cnsioned as many strikes as rates of wages. iisposed of. in Washington, April 21 "i.N4.Ti:.-N- ot all but tho cattle that were bo said to the engineer nt the next station : Iho results or only tsl strikes are reported, Sfffion Hills 1'KlNKrOHT, April 22. Sknatk. and or this number .K per cent, were success"The man who fixed your engine was Gm-er- burned, which will be a loss to the com-pauHot sk .June 1 and 2 was net apart for tbe Prohibition Beaten in Virginia. sale of ful. 18 percent were compromised nnd 7 consideration of business reported trom tin passed: House bill prohibiting tbe Counfy; Master Workman Powderly, of the intoxicating liquors in Livingston Rkhmomi. Vt., April 20 Prohibition per cent were unsuccessful Kverj ftrlko Committee on Knights of Labor." This happened when A and House bill prohibiting the sale or IntoxicatDied on a Train. in connection with hours of labor wero un Mr. Powderly was on his way back from bBI wa pass.l autboriun met with an overwhelming defeat hereto-dathe Covington ing liquor In Caldwell County. A bill approsuccessful, while those relating to payment nod his trip to the "West to examine into the Lexim.tox, I vii., April 25. A lady Klevatrd Kailroad nnd priating to the widow of George Cas-sel-l, tbe election resulting in n mnjoritj of of ware wero uniformly succeeded Jt IlrldgeCincinnati ( ompany to erect n bridgt troubles which led to the strike. of Fayette ( ounty. was lost. Cast-- was named Harrison suddenly died on pnsen-ge- r 5bM in favor of licensing tliesaleof liquors. should also bo noted that str kes growing across Tho llooi summoned by the sheriff in Aiuust, js4, to the Ohio river. train No- - 4, on the Ohio and Mississippi Th vote in Manchester was anti Prohibi- out of demands for an advance aro much wsh then given to tne judiciary Committee assist In capturing some cscapeel convicts, A Mother's Awful Crime. railroad, near Mitchell, Intl., a few minutes tion majority fU6. The vote in both t hi j more uniformly unsuccessful than those and the follov ing bids vt 11? passed: Trans and whs killed in the discharge of his dutv. against a redunion ferring the counties of Howard. IJttle Hock A motion to reconsider was entered, and the Kettokt, N. J., April 2:1. Seven miles after two o'clock this morning. Thelad3-wa- s citv and m Manchester was nearly as InrRo i In conditions of trade that Justin-aadWestern to tho Kast-erSovnr Mil may pas when It comes up again. Tbo on herwav from some point in Mexico as in tbe Presidential election. T'nder tbo vance. It Is much more to the Interest of the and Judicial from the of Arkansas; repeal south of this place lives J. Monroe Smith. District Itevenuo bill was then taken up. nnd the sec-- t to have h s works to give 10 Charleston, W. Vu and was accompafifty-fiv- e law it can not b renewctl for two years. emplover the other in thanwhen years old, and his Mr. Smith is lag tbe statute which allows clerks of t 'on stop On trade is not S Courts in California, Oregon and Nevada till relating to taxing of banks was discussed nied by a brother and sister. She was in The colored vote was nlmost unanimously so brisk. It H to tbe band wife fortj'-threand the mother of six chil- the last stage of consumption, and it is tbe end of the se'ssion. ndvautnge of cm-auti Prohibition The nnti Prolnbitionisti ployer to have bis works stopped the such: double fees Punishing robberv in the In ' lliiusr.-T- he New ton Craig claim occupied In dren ranging in age, from nineteen years supposed the journey ttas too great for her carried Lynchburg by 1.1 majority. dian Terri or hy a line of not occdlng nenrlv al of the session, and the bill was 1 case the opposition to a demand for a ro--i JkOO, or imprisonment not executing tee down to four. Some years ago the wife physical condition, "and she expired as Is not of little effect. The reduction thougli a desperate effort was auction finally pased. g in made to vtiirs, or both Punishing , and mother was sent to an insane asylum stated The remains' were taken to Louisconies or tho works stop. it by members refusing to Still on the Warpath. tbe Indian Territory bj a tine not excecduu vote, but defeat As to tho results or strikes and lock-out- ! I the friends of the bill, hcadenl by was discharged a year later, presum-abl- 3 ville, where they were prepared for burial. and Svv Frvncisio, Cu., April 26. Tho j It appears that these depend largelv on tho JLCOi) or imprisoDiuent not exceeding live Owens nnd Jackson, carried every thing be-cured. Last fall she bad severe pains all claims now both. Call's Guaymas. Mexico, special of tins t rondit on or trade. In lbtO, however, there ytars, or aga ntProviding that States, except fore them An nmendment was adopted Killed By Lightning. the I nitid in ber head and her husband sent her to her the and as Misting morningsas: ' Geronimo's band attack- vvas an era or remarkable prosperitv. propor-- pension claim, must be presented for Icav inir It to the discretion ofallowCommission brother's, house in Elizabeth, whero she a result sir.kes were successful in a as to whether they should Interest on Cretmve, O., April 23. Frederick improved 'greatly and returned home Blazer, of this place, was instantly killed by ed ranches near Imuris.completelv destroy- Hon of cases, doubtless much above the adjudication aid p.ivment within tour the claim or not ear-o- f tbe pn age of this act. and that ui average a short time ago. This morning,'' after ing all the buildings at Casita, n smnll FiiANKKOitT, April 23. Skn vtk. Consideraclaims arising hereafter must be present! d The Utireau or Labor Statistics of PennsylbreaKfast, she went to one of the outbuild- lightning this afternoon He was working station neir Imuris, on tho Sonora railrevenue bill was laid over tion of invesUgntion into strikes in within six jears from the time the accrued Tuesdnv.theTne regular Lunatic Asylumuntil ings on the premises, and after swallowing on the track of the Pittsburgh. Fort "tVayne road, killing fifteen persons, ail Mexicans. vania 'n tho forty apJurisdiction sir years, beginning in Conferrinir civ 1ITerritorj or Tor cases arising propriation bill was amended ns follows. nd Chicago railroad, two and a half nnles A company of soldiers was sent after them. that Stato for 4 a doso of "Kough on Rats," returned to the the V S. Courts in tbe Indian states that of ich the re-house with an axe concealed under her east of this place. About three o'clock a Two soldiers were killed Tho Indians suit was g ven, were the l.t, of w hor K14 peri exercising original Jurisdiction over that Making appropriations toAncorage Aslum successful, of $i2,l0 , und appointing dress. Eva, her daughter, storm came up, when Blazer took shelter were moving in the direction of Nicon. in rent- - while fiC or 4 per cent, wero untic Terr torv. Providing that in all enses of dis of ?40,XXi inste-athree Commissioners to distribute tho comparison oT tbo ras still sleeping when the mother entered untler a tree near by, which was struck by theSiene Madre mountains. A reign of ccssful This corresponds, the report adds It. V Smith, he bedchamber. Lifting tho axe abovo lightning. He leaves a wife. The storm terror preva. Is throughout tbe district" n tome degree with the results obtained lii putod w riting w Ith am v r.ting prnv ed to tin amounts appropriated: bj Mr J. tho Asylum the satisfaction of the Judire to be genuine, shall providing thatpatdloutdebts of the sleeping child, the maniac mother lasted about thirty minutes, and was acAs this report bo present investigation of the appropriations. be tlrst ihows thnt.V, per cent were successful while be permitted to b- - made by witnesses, and shouldthe adoption of these amendments, the brought it swiftly down, splitting tho little companied by heavy thunder and lightning Railroad Shops Taken by Force. of After the evidence writing and such 47 per cent were unsncccssrul one's head open, killing her instantly. Sho and large hailstones. It reduces the Tbo Massachusetts report, however, shows the witnesses in regard to It may be bill nassfil Slfil to SIT) Mr. per capita to In' Cm, Mo., April 2J An Atchithen attacked Rufus, aged th'irteeu, tnntes from Kiimcr rcnorte-submitted to tbe court and Jurv as remarkable difference only Strikers tlis cent, being reported successful twelve nrr 'elence-t- f the ponuIneni-- or otherwise of the a bill appropriating sWOlO, anil Jl.OOOannu-wrliini- ,' son (Ka I special says' dealing him several savage blows on the Hanging. Peculiar Accidental and seventy. ' nllv hereafter, to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum bead with the-poof the axe. Bessie, the t.r Prov niluir that any Judirine-n- t afternoon took possession of tbo per cent, unsuccessful Baltimore, April 23. Henry Fryer, aged Missouri Pacificforcible tueie, driving out throe ino innusiriai conditions This shows ' daughter, begged for mercy, rendered in United suites courtswith- - at Danville, andlt was pas-eyaids inni In sixty-eigh- t House. Mr. years, who for many years has all men who had gone to work since tho to but tho terrible bloodstained .axe whirled are widely different from those ex Ij lnanj Mute shall t.iKe effect, notwithtan.l- - ;' desk nnd hud Strauss sent In atho Clerk's Cincinnati rend an article in It Is not docketed bv way of lieu, to tho in the air and went crashing into the been one of tho of Druid Hill strike legBii six weeks ago. The strikers isting In other parts of the countrv. same e tent nnd inlike manner ns thejudg- - daily concerning cruelty to convicts nt fragile little head. Tho It has been known, adds daughPark, was found dead last night hanging orgatmed m the yards ami marched to the cirerul observers, that strikesMr Weeks, to tnent or deoreoof the Mnte court. Jo pro- - iirecnwood, also some telegrams denying tne are neither $0 vide ter locked the baby in an adj'oining room head dovv 11 from a tree not more than ten shops, when the workers went out with but f for holding terms of court for the correctness ot certain statements. ono 01 nor so successful when undertaken and ran screaming outside to apprise her feet from the gate. He had been training little protest, bloodshed being thus avoidNorthern District of Illinois at Peoria. Di the legislative committee will go to GreenIn New r.mrlnild as in other States. father of tbe awful work within. After a a wild rose vine to run up the tree, and had ed. Tbe fires in the shops were drawn and viding the Stato of Cabfomiu into two judi- wood with the Pinking Fund Commissioners. In regard to losses terrible struggle, tho woman was secured no tloubt lost bis balance, and in falling guards appointed to prevent any of the ' states that from 414 by strikes, tbo report- cial districts. The Governor, Secretary of State. Auditor or the 712: strikes reOne of the children is dead, and" the others-are-, caught his foot in a crotch of the limb on new men returning to work. April 33 A bill vrns passed and Trensurer have gone to Greenwood to ported, figures aro given showing that the WvKltlNOTON. likely to die before morning. Mrs. which he number or men Idlo In these cases were 12s . toextend for two months the powers of the make an inspection. Mr. Strauss reported The body was ac iiV' which Includes onlv those men 1,11,. ,11 Smith "is herself in a very precarious condi- cidentally was staudimr. while it wa jet I Chief t ierk of the Court of Alabama Claims, tho Senate bill to establish tho Nineteenth discovered The Fatal Penalty of Politeness. rectly In consequence of the strike, and not i with authority to employ the neet'ssm- - force Judicial District, composed tf Kstill. Powell, tion. warm. Lee, Clay, Perry, Letcher, Knott and Breathitt -- .1 I..I.1 m llincit wltt vn, V141,.., !...., Kllll f.lt 1.. OlllCr ' to wind mi the business of the Court. The n .....-- , nt,,. ,.HJ tl.k.u H-l- l JERSKr Cm, N. J , April 2. .lamei IU1U ill Counties An amendment adding Wolfe to House bill relating to the bonds works by rea-toSwitchmen's Strike Ended. Forrester, while riding on a street-ca- r Mistaken for a Burglar. last parts of the works or m otherrtts strikes con- n was amended, requiring that the of brewer bonds shall tho new district was adopted. The hill then of the strike There are Magotlin was transferred from tho Cuicago, April 23. The Lake Show whether the pusse-d- . Pout Huron, Mich., April 25. Henry A. j evening, offered his seat to a lady, bat bo- - ' cerning which no statement has been re- - lie renew eMl onee in lour A bill it or Itcietme switchmen's strike in this city is ended, Smith, while drunk, attempted to escape fore she could take the seat an Italia seat celved as to tho number of men Idle Hy Collector of Internalwas passed requires com- Sixteenthw to the Thirteenth District. hedges osage ornngc Ire bill not. Passed. the the company having mado u satisfactory from a thunder storm into a neighbor's ed himself in it. Foirester expostulah d approximation tbe number Is toestimated to pletion of tho Apublic building for Jackson. making fencesfences and the meaning of the lawful within W,b76, wh have tho Arrangement with the men. bouse, was taken for a burglar and shot without avail and finally took the man by wouldbeen n total ofch. added men nboie' Tenn. Mr. lllalr addresed thoatSenato on statute was pased. Adair County was exgive sej S idle ,. . , uud killed. tbe collar to put bim out, when the Italian With relntinn to the loss of w aires, it is ncti. his proposed constitutional amendment pro empted trotn Its operation. Governor Knott " drew a knife n foot long and plunged it mated that each of thce men were idle hlWimg tne luauuiaciurc or saieni aiconoiic sent in a messngo vetoing an act to prohibit A BROKEN LEVER' Plasterers to Try the Eight-Hou- r System. into Forrester's back, inflicting a fatal twcniy-sevethe sale of intoxicating liquors in days The show that I liquors as lieveragcc me inter-i-iatemployes lost srvni.tliT This won 1.1 - j merce bill was then taken up upd Mr. Van New Liberty election precinct of Owen A Million Acres or Cotton Land Flooded in St. Lout6, Mo., April 25. The master round. Tbe Italian was arrested. at lticrnteof rai each. As the entire iium- - I ick tieieir.e-i-i the sen ie He was followed County. . Arkansas. plasterers of this city have agreed to put c iippropria-tota- l ber of employes estimated was 22.,t3s, the "J Mr. Stunlonl. The Lowered the World's Record. Helena, Ark., April 23. The levee on the eight-hou-r loss of wages In this average would be ' ''on bill was reported und placed on the calen- system into effect on May 1, Miscellaneous Items. the Mississippi river broke last evening and to pay their men three dollars and seve8t. Lolms, April 26 At Clarksville, Mo., M 1," ".". tnat. is ior tne time lost- - The "" ur 1 tinmen s r.meiianieni to tne inter James H. IIcdson fell from the Ohio cents per day. The old rate was Geo. E. iVeler, of Smithville, N. J., won wages which would have been received hnd Mate commerce bill, relatinir to "the lonir and fifteen, miles south of Helena on tho Arkan- nty-five the works run constantly is tho amount bort haul." wns discussrd by Messrs Camden, river bridge nt Louisville into a barge. He , ., . i n- - i r ionr dollars ana nitv cents for ten hours.- I .t. sas side. The crevasse is forty yards wide, The new "-Uroun, named. Incase wa successful L"i- "0V - the men received the striko pay nnd In cases .Harris, Phut, bill was Wilson sitid Cu torn tbe was terribly and fatally manglceL rate is really an advance of fif- I !"" Horsi; A add tlonal reported forfeit ng And it will be impossible to close it. As in teen cents per day. The journeymen ara DCICU UIIUUIC3. lUlLV'Llltl flllll M IIUHIIPr w l where unionism existed " men recelve?d lowering the Krumeii in me miiio gi .viicmgnu xo niu 1882, one million acres of the most fertile expecteel to Kohert Fowleii, murderer of Miss Lida tho plan, anel no trouble seconds,half an hour. world's record by strike pav. but this wasthe c simply refunded intho construction or a railroad from nearly cotton land in the .Mississippi Valley will is money that had previously been paid. There to Ontonagon I nder the call of Burnert, was hanged at Morganfield. he covered by water from one to six feet is also another item of reduction ln the tact -- tatesa number or bills were Introduced and A Horror in Hsrrar. Jamej Svtre, sr., and a colored man deep. Planting operations were suspended that the men sometimes obtained employ- referred, including a bill to establish a DeColorado's Mineral Output ' three weeks ago, and cattle aDd farm stock Aden, ADril 26. The report is confirmed ment In other industries during tho strikes. partment or Labor. The bill to establish a named Henry Grant were drowned in the Denver,-- Col., April 25. Official figures As this $:l,7ll,0y7 wns lost from l.fsli.sv.' davs at Louisville. Ky.. was taken were moved to the high lauds. Unless the from the Denver Mint give "Woodford CounBlend Bridge, Harrar has massacred that the Emir of idleness water recedes very fast tho entire cotton output for Colorado for 18S5 the mineral the Europeansof in ais capital; also all of wages it appears that the average rate "P. und pcndlngaction the House went fnto river at capsizing of inboat Sayre is a a ty, by the was committee of the v hole on tho river and tbe as earned bv the parties striking crop in the overflowed district will be Gold f5,000,000: silver $13,500,000: follows: members of the Italian scientific copper Some progress vvus made, several widower with nine children. Grant leaves expedition Jlffiperday Tables are appended to the spoiled. mendments boing adopted nnd rejected. rport show Ing these facts in detail. under Count Purro. $700,000; lead $3,361,000. Total $22,.W1,000. a wife. m m . Members. living tbiee miles east of here, missed some colts which he had left in the stable, ana upou searching for them found them in I pasture, and attached to one of tbcm by halter was the dead body of August Middle-cai, a imy about thirteen years old, wh had been lett at home. It is supposed th lad had attempted to lead the colt to w atet and carelessly tied the rope around bi when the animal, un waist in a accustomed to being handled, pulled him down and dragged him until exbaustedj as, although it frightened, it did' not ran when approached. The boy's body mangled and nearly cut 111 tvo was badly uy me rope, mo knot 01 wuicn was iran to 011I3 about a four inch nooe. slip-noos- Year 1880. Feoine t ls, ...,.- i- 1 JZUSi.'w iiiwur rr ( I i d .- ot e s i cotton-manufactunu- g 2C-o- era-ploj- d i lion - self-defen- pre-stpte- d 1 I 1 '- s.EvvrE-N"o'scslo- I I ...-s- , . ? "" treasury is surplus rohl n&erve to Explain IIU Tor-mMr. iMinnnilf If the Kepublioau T.ouUvllIe Leaf Tobacco Market. t 'Blaine A Foolish Trejfecu r,, Pretend to He were entitled to credit for tho jidod "We ijuote 1SS5 tobaccos as follows for full l01 .? Defense phowin" sometimes made umler their fj ' weights and sound packages: Honest. Administration, the Democrats are der Hurley. . Ddrtnml Umvu. Cwo y?ars Have parsed tiway Xcafly J3 25& ;l 75 ?1 v& 2 50 serving of ju- -t as much now. As.n Trah 4 OCVft 5 CO jinee tho coimtj'K'jvas till d with the I matter of fact, tn people pani. mo lominoullips 2 W& 3 75 5 7 h 3 7j 4 Hi Medium lugs ...- Presiileiitinl cam- taxes that produoed tliese results in V? j 6 2T6 7 2j noNe and 4 75& 5 00 GoimI Injfs v xa 7 ( 6 2S 3 75 !, t'.ro years, as U Common leaf but it i tlic uuivereiil both Ia'os 6 :wt, 9 "o paign. 5 TMi C M) Med urn leaf men that the manma,ny"U,i$i-Hm.of business Iiappencd, and 10 (Xi13 OJ 7 2T.ft 8 25 Uood leaf ' undersecreOOftlO 50 13 5015 50 Selections ropUon5 haVo boon sliattcrutl; agement of the treasury honest, wise 19 0O213 00 ni tnv 12 toglS 25 Wrapners tary Planning has been as but what gt0?'aild intiru i!istro?sful and ttrm as it was under-- any of hw ' I'rocpedlnc of the Legislature. fnted by this lajisu of time predecessor. The fiction of Repubcontraatis FnANKroRTi April 17. Neither House nor mm GeOi'tre V. E linmuU lican hidispensablenuss is thoroughly than that worthy of notice. Senate did an) thing . fjjc F. Etlnitmds of exploded. L'otlon Suwlay Herald, ,XcS. bodj being oevoieo xo of The session in each local, petty of no importance. on the cold fe'iores Pcartcly n quorum was present In cither 1S34? X iW. m the icy dignity THE STAR CHAMBER. house, tho members generally leaving for tbe of Lake "political integrity . and weekly visit to tbelr homes or to Louisville. -- s oi IV The Old Jtiulr Itspuuilrnu IUMBt"i jt . h!njV"He hxil!fcrr ....... I" not a h'uorunl ln tbo Senate this mornlmf, and fttsJd ssniis oiviui; i sjit'ak 4iTT5ehn!f Gf the cantli-- 1 attention was chiefly directed to local bills. ened Views. The House bill providing a tine forcireu-- e ite "f His party. There were intitna--r It really "begins- to look as if wo and menageries which do not takeout litene iopi of a letter which had been written was passed. The fcenate was in session only y should soon see the last of tho Senauy Mr. JMuiUiiib .strongly condemna-trone hour htimbuggery-Eve- n on the torial star chamber of 3Ir. Blaine's iitt.tu ie House Mr. Thompson, from the committee on criminal laws, reported the bill de- ihurmau act. There was a much Mr. Edmunds is thought to be. signed to snppre s tho spread of pleuro. quoted phrase, in which Mr. Maine nbotit ready to back down. The futilpneumonia. It provide that any person who shall bring int the State nuy cattle known t" 'vas represented as sku!kitir behind all" elforts to keep important shall I be infected with IVcm Pacilic breastwork-;- , and car- ity of deemed gulltv of felony, or an p rson wflo proceedings secret has discouraged keeps in his possession cattle known to be ding a ftinivo metaphorical gun. affected with this disease and allow tht into jut of the mu.zle of w hieii he was ae him; anil rather than continue the; come in contact with other cnltle. Shall ho customed to pour hot into the backs of farcical performance of closing the deemed RUiltj of fcluli). Tor eithor of these offene8 punishment Is confinement from ono Mr. Ednt nd and Mr. Thurmait. The door? only to have benators to the press". Ho to throe yt an at hard labor ln the pctnten istence ot some such letter as this selves cany Any who has ln hn tiar. knownone have been exposed poesIon .as never denied. On the contrary, mar join thosi who advocate tho pleuro to to cattle of the Senatorial abolition of executive sessions. That since the pneumonia shall connnetnem in amnciosure through which ho stream of water .imimfo-in Vermont Mr. Edmunds' would be a creditable step. l?ut, up- rnns. nt not less than six hundred at friends have induced a correspondent piircntly. the movjinent can succeed f I et from iinv hii?hwnv or eomtnoo Mr. Platt' least six consecutive months after such if the Huston Jit''' rti.-r- r to sa that without Itis aid or fayor. cattle have been exposed, otherwise ho lr. IMmitnds was willing to speak for resolution has been gaming .upport-crs. shall be deemed guiltv of misdemeanor and Old,' 'musty ideas about tho fined from $Ui to fl.uX) nnd be confined id Mr. Hlattltt on general principles, but the count Jail from three to twelve months. t at, having fr mklv -- Imwn certain let-r- s necessity of shutting out the pubAny person who shall dispose of hhj cattle i to the National committee, lie was lic when certain matters are bring known to have been afflicted with contagion considered, have gradually disapshall be deemed guilt of misdemeanor, and id vised not to take the stump, his preshall be fined from $li) to f !,R and be conpeared. They, in fact, belong: to' the viously expressed opinions of tin' nned in thecountv Jail from ono to tbrcf not being consistent with ad- - distant past to the early days ol months. It shall be the dut. of tbe county judge, when complaint has been madotoblm i.ii.ikv n( liinf fnr illi. IVi'sidoilCV - It and wigs, wh mi the that an person basin his possession infected wa 0 .near the cattle to summon a luri wno are to oxnmlno vv is gravolvptlt fottil Ulat. tliollgil .Mr. Government i to-- hardly proceeding iy. All such cattle and decide, nnd if Infected the j J." IniltniU thought Mr. HhllllC n b.ul people as. it latter shall be kilh d Hnd their bodies burned iiorfecth willing to spt'.tk of the S nat were field in M'crot ,inu31 .i". or burial: any person who has In his tK)ss. tln-i'was mifh opposition tnn premises that have been occupied by ln- - fur the party which nominated the DaU 171 ', though The doors were 'first fect'-- cattle shall not allow other tattle to n) m. to the custom. be placed In them until elv months have ex- - j U would seem, In ,i.n.m anil peace tiirown open when Albsrt GalHitin'j plre.1. and a violation of this clan'e entails a . flneof from ?100 to $l,0iTiVir imprisonment In of the prAent. that. ono Who-- e words riht to a seat in t'.io Senate wa-- 'under thetountvjuil from three to twelve month wjJO j, a trusted discussion. il'lte .irgutuept in favor pf I uv VI fti,iiii. iii " fn;.int of the nublio should actively publicity, says Lossing, wasahe .dtje ctission and not over twelve tor nfteen perfor enforcement of the responsibilities- - ol sons voted. outend ngaiilst the emdidnte isly speak. the Senate and its individual members to 20. Senate. mils pass-KuwKrotiT. April whom hde'iriiiiit eoncii'ntio eu: House bin authorizing tne town or ah Mr. the people, which secret debates tended burn to isjue bonds lor street nurnoses: bill- Moreover it is- tiridersoud that to diminish; the prevention of thosj for the branch penitentiary at Eddj vllle, pro- K Iinunds vot d for Mr. Maine, viding for borrowing money from the banks his low opinion of. hi? jqalous- k- naturally aroused by,, secret to carry on the work when there Is no money , legislation; and the greater confidence in the treasury; bill amending the charter 01 : character, "it really seems strange These tho city of Louisville fixing tho alary ol that i pood man should have expressed which publicity would inspire wharftnasterat J2.CO0 ajear; Housobill glv his desire that a bad man should be reasons for conducting legislative' busiIng circuit court aud countv clerks and othet ' ness with open doors tin- - good now ai ollicers lurtlier time forcollectiug fee bills, President As we!iavo said, however, IIouso bill No. 3s. known as the 'Revenue Mr. Edmunds was forgiven by lite artrtiments for keeping the doors perbill." was taken up. but postponed till to-- Mugwump', and mre than a few of manently open, and publishing all the morrow, when the fcenate will go into acorn that they proceeding as the proceedings of the tnitteoof the whole to discups It section by them have asserted since Old fogies section. glad to xote for George Y. House are published. would be the bill foi Etlnnitids for I'resid nt House In tho House among Senators can not long retain tbo protection Of gkmo occupied most of the the pnvioiis I'rivilcgc of clearing" the It is not probable that Mr. Tvltnund session, but Tell Into the orders of the daj out the little because 110 quorum xotcd on it. several and is now nearh so many admirers as gi'l.-rieminor local bills were passed had at the beginning of the brown jug. ThocustoSi ii out of date. inritAMtroiiT, April 21 Senate -- The Houe Ju- t Ctw mnaii Times-Staof Conjrrev session Revenue bill was taken up and discussed nnd adopted section bj section veral amend-- J ibiotts people who had studi l lis nu nts were adopted. a d it will require ten j speeches and d eds rather than the MEAN HARTY SPIRIT. v daj s or more to complete its consideration. THE COMMONWEALTH. THEN. er .7G,0O0.O00; tiiu over Jl,0 10,000. net cash balance in th ,J, '. nat-lira- testi-mon- cu-je- to-da- to-tl'i- V .- -- Or-flJifi- hL-iV- 5 -- toid I - j-- vi - pleuro-pneuti'oni- tuem-repor- t5 op.-nin- , -- can-lida- te knee-breech- d s e iFa-rt- M ".,.... '. i .... - ! , i 1 lil to-da- y s - tin-sen- r. -- j'hs.y''siTrrrernsOTRstes 11 .. -- pas-enge- rs m-ic- - -- n y. al Post-ofile- ts Post-road- y, i n n , e, horse-stealin- , 1 y four-year-o- ld 5 hand-writin- Kvss s ei ll .tes-ri- -e . gate-keepe- rs m-- -- n o coiu-C4.77- '.i i- post-onic- -- ?"." ae-ce- Mar-Quett- appi-euenue- har-forbl- ll. - JL An Atte-pp- SINGULAR CRIME. Gored to Death Iy a Cow. t to blow Vp One of tho Churches of the City of Madrid. Madrid, April 23. An attempt was made this morning to destroy the church of 'San .Luis ib this city. An explosive was placed r inside of the enormous hollow candles Church-Spir- e Shattered by Lifritning. which stand on either side of the altar. Canton, O., April 25. During a severe The explosion, instead of taking place while thunder-storyesterday afternoon the the church was crowded, as probably intended, occurred before the people began spire of the United Brethren Church was to arrive.. The edifice was badly wrecked, struck by lightning and shattered its entire length to the ground. Lackily it and two sextons who - were badly burned. were in the building didnot take fire. The damage Is about 1 April 24. Mrs. Lizzie "Way, wife of Charles Way, of Grayesville, Monroe County, was gored to death by an infuriated cow which she was milking. The cow's born passed through ber neck, causing almost instant death. O., Caldwell, time," Speaking of sudden deaths- as tho result of mental anxiety or excitement, the Medical News says: There is no trcafment which will prevent this class of sudden deaths, and physicians are powerless to avert its onset AH they can do is to advise a calm, unexciting mode of life, with freedom from worry and anxiety. Such advice is very easy to give, but as diflicult to follow as would be a suggestion that it is not advisable to die at any given - m vM 9 The Convicts at the Greenwood Mines. Wa6HIKton, April 23. The collections FitANKroRT, Kt., April 25. The convicts .of. internal revenue for the first nine employed at the Greenwood Itflnes were ' Months of the fiscal year ending June SO, examined yesterday by Governor Knott 1866, were as follows: From spirits, and Cabinet. Sensational stories of tho from tobacco, $20,138,918: from j infliction of barbarous punishments were fermented liquors, $13,602, 750; from disproved. The Stat troops remain, items, $179,7bS, making a total as the free striking miners andwill others open184,571,252, or an increase of ri,974.W0 ly assert their intention erer the collections for the correspondinc camp the moment it is tv to destroy the m military period ef the last fiscal year. protection. V I $50,-M1,71 1 Utemal Revenue Collections increasing. basket "Two dozen black-hen- 's eggs," eaid an old woman to a grocer. "Black-hen'- s eggs!" exclaimed he, "I eggs from don't know a black-henanother colored chicken's." "Troth, then, I do," said the woman. "Then go and pick them out yourself," he replied, pointing to a large basket of eggs. The woman did so, and picked out two dozen of the largest in tho 's - m A Mather's Lave. Auiksrized ia Sfwin. , laeitiM ..JaU-uDrksdek, Osi., April 25,-April 23. The Spanish SaniWJ and tary Cevncil has anthorited the practice ot her child were drowned in nw hcn lat eveDing. The oy ur. rerran in jjv,,"""u era rvcarrence 01 cmaimrm. in child fell over the baak. which is very Cbokjr Mrs- three-year-ol- tt ftsai. Journal The crime of the last boy sent to the New Hampshire Reform School was the setting on fire of a passing load of hay, whereby the farmer on top of it was nearly 'burned to death. ojo -- The lone Valley (Cal.) Echo reSeeing the Good. lates the following: A cow on tho It is good to be well rounded out, so ranch of Mrs. Lear), in Jackson valgood that such a life should be the ideal ley, was killed in a singular wa. A towards which every Christian should forkful of hay was thrown to her, work. But it is hard, in this unequal which she had just commenced to eat, world to make such an attainment, and when she started back and began running and jumping wildly about the coreven to keep the mark properly and alral. She soon after fell" down and ways in mind. Nearly all men grow when it was ascertained that "she in certain directions; if opposite parts strangled to death by a live and qualities do not dwarf, thn at least snake, which had run from the liiay into do not increase, and hence ttio characher throat. ter fails of symmetry. But we mistake Carl Heck, a civil engineer in when we judge men wholly bv their dein v urtemberg, ha- - invented a fects, or their parts, failthem credit for the good carriage in imitation of the velocipede ing to points that, jutting out here and there, and intended to bo used in districts s, constitute their better peculiarities. The where there are no railroads liy expressmen, traveling agents is to see the good, rejoice in right way it, encourage it if possible, and then or by private persons. It contains a hope that this good will some time, as covered seat for one person in front the predominating trait and growth, and a receptacle for baggage in tho subordinate to itself all the others, and rear. Tho inventor claims for his vehicle a velocity of ten or thirteen thus become the real man and Christian. If, for instance, a man have large miles per hour, according to the conbenevolence and small reverence, we dition of the roads. should not think wholly of tUe latter, It is but try to see tho former, believing hundred calculated that there are three labor unions in New York that it l in the end become controlPrtiby City, with an aggregate membership of and dctennininjr.--tyif- f ling one hundred thousand men and women. fertotfc ex-Eirc- d, Eb-inge- n, ed o letter-carrier- w-'l- 3fr. IngitlN' Speech Unworthy of s Rep" resciitatlve of Liberty tovlnjp Kansas . '"-', .' V y" fc MjMjMigi . "innmin ilfell rn IU Arw;U,C'itic-l-iiiet'iiUllliUllS J UUMUSlUMt ISi lsslie"W.i onus Scmibivtl term wa hot, in' the. support unh'ttcandfdatesvforToTHceSal near future?' He loves the byway of thought nominated by the partyl.to nartis.insliip. lie delights in the small which they belong, thatMr. Jngalls;a irts of the attorney Ho has never Republican Senator from Kansas, n the author ot a great statute, but Verbal thinks that they are politically neither '.. has mado inniHlier.ib'c in tiieastir,- -. that have been tin'ti nor woni'-n- . and anuounccs his nisei , iissed by the Senate. It would be opinion in such vivid terms-- according Edmunds to the reports, that ladies lly from tho miracle almost if Senator houM sav a irenerous word of a polit g tileries and Republican Senators roar ith laughti r. On the other hancOit ical opponent unless, like Mr. a Democrat should hnpien to he can not bo altogether pleasant' for Reintimate friend. Tho contest for publicans who romumbur that Repubthe Vermont Sctiatorship, which is licanism in Kansas ones meant a great and earnest conflict lor freedomanil mow in its preliniinarystages, is a fros-iiK.ntive. but his own nature and in- the rescue of the Union from tho slave tellectual constitution are at the bot- power to perceive that Republicmaking against anism in Kansas, as illustrated tom of the has elwiudleel Ingalls. tin- President The fact, in the Du.nkn by Mi. stiecr at p6litical c.i e.hurlv show that Mr. EJmundsin--ist-o- n into a vulgar and and manlinc-s- s the right of the Senate to de-- iinlepoiulencH honesty, ami ridicule of rofinni ju.tho mil papers Touching suspensions The tirade of Mr--. tin- Piiwideht is a Democrat He civil service- ag.iinst political independence Is ninvitl hv i"n OlIPM and the country knows it .A'. I'. SUtr. was but a feeble echo of Mr. Conk;gibes at ".Javhawkliti'rs pictures-onr ers and skinni-hei- s, between tne lines.. A Strange Anomaly. But some Republicans perhaps a;k The report that a considerable num- themselves whether wen Mr. Conk-liug- 's gibt;-- . in the height of his politber of Senators on both Mdos of the r. o doing away ical power and of the unquestioned Chamber are in favor macy of the Republican jvirty, will lead v ith secret executive soons the blows although loudly cheered to the hope that Mr. Pratt's resolution of a great practical st'tesman pulver-i.in- r looking in that' direction will pass. the Miss Xancvs mil. nd.tiie it is .bun day school prig of pclitics, wens Th.s resolution is so moderatt-'tha- t tp ttio party, or difficult to see why it should encounter really servtcc-iblwhether the Republican je)rs of lS-Jany opposition whatever. It Kay-the whole niatterin eltect to the dis- al purists and Pharisees and essences for whom no eartflly cretion of the Senate. Indeed, herein consist, the danger that it may prove party is good enough wero i..illv?.nf Harper s Weekly. Svcrot sessions may be use to it ineilcctive. -vsiuned whenever the ocnate thinks A Grand Monument. it ad isable. 1M il - valuade in that it breaks Up the superstition which At last there is to be a National lihedges the anfqiwtcil absurdity now in a departure is etleetcd brary worth of the name- - Senator and once H will not be long before the practice Yoorhees labor of six" year.sttpassja hall havo entirely disappeared. Tne bill appropriating money for a building general "o-j- MinC of the body may be lit for so grand an enterprise wastho tr feted so far. success. AlIt - even .said tltnt Mr. Ldmumls is other day crowned with of tho minorof the though always a member ouuV modification infa-.oro- f present svste'm.' His difficulty, or ity in tin Senate, ho hits b en kept at party the heael of the committee inorder.lhat rather hi defeat, in bringin-h- is his zeal and interest in the subject thorus-If- i submission tilm into unmixed evil if .should be secured for the project.. The it lends him to support this movement. bill ha1 passed the Senate several times been lost in the The ''eneral sentiment of the peoplo but always heretofore of the. building The design House. J altogether in favor of of both parties million .volpro'Tiis- h1 l'us respect. Open sessions will allow space for thre certainly help Senators to arrive umes, thouahroom for only one million .vouid b.- - secured at present. When com it a micYroalization of their rcsponsi- - will toTthe people. And they would plete, tne eiuiico win nui mc vinjiu bilitv "When the Smithon1an Insti- increase the dignity ot the body by in colla'r3y wth tiiu strange anomaly tute shall outgrow its demands- its doin" ection-; also will probably obtain larger of calling certain of its meetings secret and liner shelter, until this country sessions, while they are invariably reshall have institutions rivaling tha ported with especial fullness in the newspapers of the following day. By British Museum and the. Imperial and institutes of the continent. all means let the people know openly purposes of this Father Abraw J. Rtax, "the Poet Priest and honestly how their business is Appropriations for nobler monuments in the Senate. Washington sort would make far of the South," died at Louisville the other transacted to the memory of Lincoln and Grant night after a brief illness from brain fever. Post than the meaningless piles' The jury in the case of Melvin Butler reThe Nation Yet Lives. now proposed for them and that, .alturned a verdict of murder nnd fixed life ready built to Washington's name. sentence. Butler is charged with murderThe Republican orators in the last Detroit Free Press. , a ing John B. Macy, a well known gambler, campaign, from Mr. Blaine down, pre. I who was found dead in front of hi house. that all sorts of financial DEMOCRATIC BRIEFS: in his head j dicted Louisville, with a bullet-holwould result from placing the Admin , several months ago. The assault upon Postmaster-Generm the hands of the Democrats. Vilas for refusing to subsidize, Ovek thirty indictments have beed found istration pomiea with pride ' to the rc- - mail steamship lines comes from. the In Henrv Countv atrainst oersons nttonrt. Thev ing the recent Warren-Barne- s t ductiou of the public debt, the large steamship CQinpaniea tnemselvc-i- . ' , ', there. treasury balance, and a reasonable store Free A.scMBEKof the cart horses belonging to' 0f old, a the results of Republican Tbu only really good effect.which the various coal men in Newport are suf-- . 1, and depicted in dark colors the the indefinite expansion of tne pension fering with pink eye. probable effect of a change. The voters, policy will have .upon the, rowing The Louisville Charity Organization is believing government of the people to veneration, will be to'add suclran efabout to open its doors to the public The be safe in the hands of any majority of fective additional horror to war-tha- t institution is for the benefit of working ' tue people, decreed a change. A not resort to it under any who have no time n spare with narison of the receipts and expenditure they will consideration. X "e:c York World. If, their children during tho day. An admis- - j for the " months from Julv 1, The Republican Senators, are sion of five cents per day will bo charged 1881, W'"1 lno correspondin"- period effort to for every child. Tho mothers may bring from Ju,y l toao, shows that there still floundering about in their of, their seven o'clock in the morna little party capital oat their children at liasbcean 'ncrcase. during thn latter make oyer ing and take them away at seven in the time of SIO.OOO.OOO in the revenues, controversy with the re evening. A matron and a nurse will have and a decrease in the expenditures of nominations, but ifbecomes daily Edmahda cannot Seld children during the day. charge of the erident thatMr. jS'iS.ODO.OOO, a net gain under v Ix a row between Henry Itucker and them to the ntle of rejectm aacB.'WHi-plof $33,000,000 for becativj thev can BOtjgtiVtbfx,' Cbnrlee JVithers, at Tick Town, near Cyna year. The public debt was Wither" was thot in the thia 8U,ooo,090 ju Mateo tht ruducJ 1 adulations of his admirer- - were mmm MH" l siirnrisud. when h entered upon his rtisaiishi .: iia l-- eVsiy r.'.in. - not wimnr u I I f -- T . t I -- m 1 1 I1- -1 1 Iliur-111:11- 1. V-- lii-- s - m be-ca- ue In-gal- - ls fOll-niciiiii- e tii-p- '. -- d s I d. super-celesti- al .... -- -- d i- '!.,,,. -- com-niitt- ei' si. - of'-slo- di-act- er o al prize-figh- , i'. De-"tr- oit -- ! com-wroni- en i ' - Dem-ocf.iticr- ule of three-fourthV- -- t. lr, vr I mm r ,'fjsBBr U &? it i t' ; f I - o much down sometimes, but there r other The quiver and the roar were EXPENSIVE BUTTONS. the oatbof chapters where four or fiv tuus he calls of Omnipotent laughter from the defied They Are to He IIhiI in Wood, Mothrr.o-l'ear- l. upon the people to praise and exult. It and insulted heavens. Uoin. defl d Diamonds nnd Pearls. ' Theme Gprin-Tia- o "The was not a mere twitch of the lips, it ws a and He laughed her down. Babvlon God GEORGE WARBEN, Publlher. e Buttons arc a prominent feature in demonstration that took hold of his whoH God and II. laughed her daughter of the Bible." down physical ni'uro "Then was our mouth HJOKMAN?3. i EENTUCKT There is a great difference between God ilress juot now, thir size in many y-- . filled with laughter." My friends, this Many beinfj almost grotesque. Tli' Vrnu, rhMelrCcWnnopr In- - world will never be converted to God until auga and His n,le His smi!e ig etcrna, or ,)U- Christians cry less and laugh and sing beatitude. He smiled when David s"S of the newer .styles jtro handsome ami lulKnc. Which w l'J"lns TOPICS OF THE DAY. and M.nam clapped the cymbal, moie. The horrors are poor I ait. If peoVlemliie t) ;e lot& Arcorillnj to and Han- very expensive, reaching in price to n j ple are to be pmsuadedto adopt our holy nah made garments for her son and Paul jrrantin?-- women the njmt to A Bin; and twenty dollars tho dozen, with the Spirit Whlc Illuce U religion, it will be because they have made preached and John kindled with Apoc- smaller ones to match for the bodice jrote. atwUHiuicipal elections in Massaup their minds it is happy religion. They alyptic vision, and when any Innn h Among the variet cs bleevcs. Ker. T. DeAVltt Ta!"naSe' in chusetts has "been defeated in the rocant don't like a morbid Christianity. I anything to do and does it well. and stale for fhe twentieth Sun.lay morning sorrobn a tbd Brooklyn know theri are morbid people lio enjoy His smile; Why, it is the 1.1th of May, which now d the market are the War-teaTJ)ernacle, took for bs ,lbiect "Tho a funeral. They come early to see the the apple orchards in full bloom- - "it i Loiii" XV. and XVI., called severtime. m "laughter of the BiW" takiniJ for hIs friends take leave of the corps, and they Heaven at high noon; all the bell, beating ally after the monarch., who-- e names they bear. A fashionable and costly Rhode Island is to have prohibition texts tb. folio wins: steal a ride t the cemetery; but all halthy the marriage peal. But his laughter-iu- aV it never fall on us It i, condemnation ,arietv is a set of deep was car-Then asoUr mouth fllleJ v,th after Jul;. The amendment "Bter- people enjoy a wedding better than thoy for our sin; it is a wasting awav. Wetuav enamel and inotlicr-- o pearl buttons, exPaHlms. xxi;t do a burial. Now, you make the religion sried) by' 400. votes over the necessary lot the satirist laugh at us and all 0,,r com- quisitely hand painted, each button shall laugh. of Christ sepulchral and heare-lik- e Jlffee-lifthaud HethatsittetaintheMavcns but does not go into effect panions may laugh at us, and we may ba bearing a difleient device. The list in I'unltng.i, i. you make it repulsive. for Ihreemonths. the target for la art Dr. Tnlmaeesatd: I sav, plnnt the rose of Sharon along the hell; but God the men iment of earth and cludes Dresden works of chainsa enforbid that we shonhl ever placque, (irerian interlaced Thirly-eiKBib1e mke church walks, and columbine to clamber ' tinier doshe come to the fulfillment of the prophecy closing real gems in the center, almond-tinte- d Ax Oregon newspaper has no patienco over the church wall; and have a smile on reference to thig of the feaenamels cut out flat with Murillo """i me rejeciors 01 me truth: "I will with those who lament the disappear- - tures and quick Connsaration the breath the lip, and have the mouth filled with expulsion of of the buffalo. It says it will bo which we call laughter. Sometimes it is holy water. There is no man In the world laugh at your cnlvnity." But, my friend, cherubs in raised work and huge eern janco all of us who reject Chiist and the pardon and brotie buttons with lichly colored well when he is gone and he wouldn't brn of the sunshine ndiometimes of the except the Christian that hss a right to of the Gospel must come under that tre- faience cut in medallion ellects. Added have lasted so long except that he was midnight. Sometime it tIrs the svmpa-thi- e fel an untriunmeled glae. H is promised mendous bombardment. God wants us ell to the high art production of foreign cachin-natio- n of an.qelt and sometimes the everything is to be for the be.lt here, and to repent. He ho tough. He coaxes. He lands, which show Roman aud the gay of deviU. All healthy people laugh. ho is on the way to a illight which will impoi tunes, andcounsels. he dies for Heroine Persian intermingling of lights and Mr. Kxocii Pkatt, who gave Balti- Whetlier it pleases the Lord or displeases take all the processions with palm down out of Heaven. He puts ail the shades are less expensive sets of cown Him, that dependg uponwheu we lauU branches, and all the orchestras, harped world's sin on one shoulder. He puts all the shell, eurozo, line grained woods ot the more its fin; free library, 'U thought to and at what laugb. My theme thu and cymbaled and trumpted, to express. world's sorrow on the other shoulder, and be worth six or seven million?, all coco palm, which takes line polish, and moriiinj; if the laushteronho Bible, name "Oh," you say, "I have so much troublo!" then with that Alp on one side and that is made also into rosary bead. Japam se He is past seventy, undersized ly Sarah's laugh, or that of skepticism; j ave you more trouble thnn Paul had Himalaya on the other, he starts the and and very thin, though ho is still bale David's laugh, or that of ipiritual exul'a- - j W'hat does he say? "Sorrowful, yet al hill back of Jerusalem to achieve up sal- buttons, China buttons, broneinfinitum, r buttons, and buttons ad 0ur Uon; the fool's laugh.or that of imful ways rejoicing. Poor, yet making many 'and agile. Hepu's th ptlm ofhis rich. Having nothing, yet posi3siug all vation. long spike, and he puts right foot the list running down to the tin ghne n merriment; God's lauchi or that on oue th pnlro of The exports of wheat from this coun- -. Unite condemnatioti Heaven's laugh, or things." The merriest laugh I think I his left foot on another long snike and button made of real diamonds, pearls , u and rubies, to be worn upon glove.s en have ever heard has been in the that of eternal triunitJi. then, with hands spotted with try are less than in 18S5, but the amount own suite with wedding and reception s. i Scene: An oriental K't he occupants, of God's dear children. When Theodosius blood, he gesticulates, sayin?: ids "fxtok! y. 1 Evening Post. cotton is so much greater that the old Abraham and SaC?rhaps wrinkled was put upon the rack he suffered vary of look and live; with the veil of mV brcadstnffs and cotton together amount SjjgiL q4 4ecrpIW'KjVeajpi-st- s are three great toiture at tho first Stm lio Iv sk-- d sacrifice I will cover up crimson sins: with all your Results of English Sanitation. nngel the LordAnmgKly, 0 them. him how he endured all that pain upon to about 91,000,000 per week over last all In "return for the hospitality slwn T the therack. He replied: "When I was, first my dying groan I will swallow ipsomevour year's export. Bus Look, live" of Improed health laws appear to hae old people God promise Sarrt thnt she put upon tha rack I suffered n great deal; groins. this morning turn your lw k produced remarkable results in llngland th ancestress otVie Lord but very soon a vouns; man in white stood you A women's labor union has been in- shall become vowa on this thnt, and then Christ. Sarah laughs thoface and Wales, a decided reduction in the a corporated at San Francisco for the pur- Jeus ke does not believe inn. 6q6 of by my side, Hiid with wip--soft and comfort- of invitation turns to a tone di- death-- ! ato having now been mainGod; d th sweat from is able handkerchief he vinely ominous that sobs like a simo u pose of manufacturing wearing apparel, adiightedat what she has done. Shide-nie- s my brow and my pains were it tained for ten years, and been much "I didn't lauV." was a punishment for me to get from the through the firstchapterof Proverbs- "Be. greater during tho second half of that it. She says: establishing laundries, eating houses, I have called and ye refusd 1ihvj cause Then God rotorted with an emphasis tut rack, because when the pam wis all gone restaurants and reading-roomCapistretched out mv hand, and no man re- period than the first. So gteat has been silenced all disputation "But thou didst the angel was gone." Oh, rjo ce ever tal stock 100,000 in Si sbares. tho recent reduction that, as the regisgarded ; but ye have set at naught all laugh." My friends, the laugh of skepti- more I You know how it l in the army nnd would none of my reproof: I trar general poink. out, more than 2M.-00- 0 ages is only the echo of Sarah's an army in tincamuiiient. new s If persons survived tho last live ears is remarkable to say the least that cism in all laugh at your calamity." Oh, laughter. God says he will accomplish a come that our side has had a df-a- t, it de- also willlaugh what a that is! a deep laueh; a whose deaths would ha o been recorded the New York stock market should re- thing, and men say it can not be done. A moralises nil th host. But if thenens long reverberating laugh; an overwhelmhad the mean rate of mortality been main so firm, notwithstanding the labor great multitude laugh at the miracles. comes of victory and victory toing laugh. God grant we may never hear equal to that prevailing in the ten ear-- , troubles in the southwest and elsewhere, They say they are contrary to the laws of morrow, the hole armv is impassioned it! but iu this day of merciful visitation 1871-SThe effect of longcwU has It proves that the. times are determined nature. What is a law of nature? It is for the contest. Now, in the kingdom of yield your heart to Christ that you mav been indicated by Mr. Noel Humphrey, g, God's way of doing a thing. You ordi our Lord Jesus Christ report fewer dpfoats; to be good if given half a chance. all your lifo on earth under Ms who states that" tho reduction in the narily cross the nver by the bridge. tell us the victories victory over sin and to 20 8 from 22..'. in lb38-5smile and escspo forever the thunder of death-rat- e M'HI I .' I you change for one day and Rejoice nvrmore, and in 1876-8- 0 has added two years to the Jk 1 J TUE lngovity f women ,who are you go across Wall street ferrv. You i death and hell. joice. I believe there is the laugh of God's indignation. I say, re othpr laughter mentioned in th life of eery nialo born, and three years fortunate enough to marry soldiers is made the rule. Have you not the right to again religion in a more lauh than in a groan. The female. fchown in the fact that our pension rolls change it? I ordinarily come in at that Anybody can gioan, but to laugh in tho Bible, the only one I shall speak of is and a half to that of every heaven's laughter or the expression of Arkansaw Traveler. bear the names of $0,000 widows of the door (pointing to aside entrance of the midst of aiiishment and pxrxecution and eternal triumph. Christ said to his dis'veterans of 1812. The brides of seventy- - church). Suppose next Sabbath I should indescribable trial, that ieo,uirs a David, ciples "Blessed are yo that wep now, American Vital Statistics. T0p come in at the other door? It is a habit I a Daniel, a Paul, r modern heroine. ,.,,, four years ago are nearly centenarians ye shall laugh." That makes me know for have. Have I not aright to change my It is a matter for international regret The next laughter mentioned m the Bible now and the number of them quite spend our positively that we are habit? A law of nature In God's habit that I shall speak of, is the fool's laughter, days m heaven singing not to psalms. that m such essential departments ot r m belief. his way of doing things. If he makes the or th expreion of tnfnl merriment. registration of law has he not a right to change it at nny Solomon was very quiCK at simile; when The formalistic and stiff notions of heaven vital statistics as the change it? Alas for the he mikes a comparison we nil catch it. that somo people have would inaVe me births and deaths in tho United States time ho wants to The Pennsylvania manufacturers I bo to lar big increase in the steel and iron folly of those who Is ugh at God when he What is th laughter of a fool like? He miserable. theam glad to know athat the should countries. behind most other Until, however, some Bible is not only plac of heaven of says: "I will do a thing," they respondsayfc: "It it the crackling of thorns under ijiraae as soon" as the labor troubles ing, "Yon can't do it." holy worship but of magnificent sociabitolerably uniform s stem for Mich regs ung, a bunch of a pot." The kettle is cease, :and "have put their furnaces in lity. "What." say you, "will the ringing istration be adopted throughout the God says that the Bible is true it is all and the torch is order for the productibn of 500,000 tons true. Bishop Colenso laughs, Herbert brambles isitput under i w a great noise and laugh go around the circles of the saved" United States, wo much doubt whether, applied to and there I sav yes; pure laughter; cheering laughor a statiseither from a public-healtof rails this year in excess of present Spencer laughs, John Stuart Mill laughs, a big bins and a sputter and a quick exter; holy laughter. It will b a laugh of tical point of view, the comparison of orders. There is prospects of increased great German universities laugh, Harvard tinguishment; then it is darker than it was congiatulntfon. When we meet a friend American and European mortality Fta laughs softly; a great many of the before. Fool's laujhter. The most misactivity in raUroad'binldmjr. who has suddenly come to a fortune or tist es can jield any useful result. institutions of this country, with erable tiling on earth is learned bad man's fun. who has got over some dire sickness, do Londvii Lancet. lifegrows of professors seated on the fenca The question as to whether boycot- - between Christianity anduifi lelity, laugh Ther they are ten men in a bar- we not shake bnnds?do we not laugh with room; nt homo wives, him? Ami when we get to heaven and tmo h conspiracy is to be legally tested softly. They say: "We didn't laugh." mothers, they have "Some time ago." say the Taeonia daughters. The impure jest see our . friends there, some of them having (W T.) Ledger, "when the boom w.i jfj lin NeJ X'ork.cjty, where two members That was Sarah's tri'-kGod thuuWs starts at one corner of come up out of great tribulations, whv, s . of t a. labor union have, been held to tail from the heaven: "But thou did st and cracVle, crackle, crackle it goes we v ill sny to one of them. "The last time on this town and thero was not no gteat in which to put mone, laugh." all around. In five hundred such guffaws I saw you. ou had been suffering for for trial on charges of conspiracy to six deal of it was buried in the ground, and i of a tradesmanr A - ThfrGardenof Elenwasonlv a fable. there is not one item of hippmess. They under a low, intermittent fever:" one of Taconias old eit..en- - had a iag There never was any ark built it was too all fel bemoaned if they have any connumber of boycotters were arrested aud or, to another we will sav: "You for ten of gold twenties' hidden'. near a stump .small to have two of everr km 1. The pilscience left. Have no'lung to do with men vents were limping with the rheumafined," and others discharged, ne lar of fire by night was only the Northern or woman who tell immoral stones. I have tism, and you w ere full of complaints and sately cohered oer with eart'i i lights. The ten plagues of Egypt only a no confiden?" eithpr in their Christian when we saw you last. I congratulate night he "was seated iu the hotel, t.i'k'ng J? with a crowd of men, when ipi.ti unThere have been some imitation. brilliant specimen of jugglery. The sea character or their inornlity. you on this eternal recovery." We shall expectedly his black dog came in with strikes of school chil- parted because the wind blew vioSo, all merriment that springs out of the laugh yes, we shall congratulate all thos the bag of coin in his jnouth and laid it fro"n one defects of others caricature of a lame foot who have come up out of great finandren in various cities of the Union, and lently a great while d wn at his master's feet. Enough to direction. The sun and moon lid not put or a cm veil spine of a blind ey or a deaf cial embarrassments in this world benow the school teachers of Wakefield, say that he banked no more money that Iass., threaten to strike because theyr themselves out of the way for Joshua. ear will be met with the judgments of cause they have become millionaires in wa, as mother earth was not a safe Jacob's ladder was only horizontal and God either upon you or your children. heaven. ?alarisfhavebeen considerably place when the old dog was acting 09 picturesque clouds. The destroying angel Twenty years ago In this city I knew a Ye Khali laugh. It shall be a lauh of clerk." "public opinion, it is c.iting the firghttMajaCK4aily' mun nlm hah particularly skillful in imi, srrcholera" uffaTTrTWeBRpciemic- - The tating the lrtmMi-- s of k iteighlior. Not reassociatlon. It is just a natural for thought, will be with the strikers. us to laugh when we meet n friend we The word landlord probably begullet of the whaleby positive measurelong ago a son of the skilltul mimic had have not seen f. !mij and taern-- k for ten years ns any thing came applied to ment is too small to s wallow a prophet. Tho his leg aiiipu'nted for the very defect is be natural. letlmir ept by i'A' - i ning ADris fasulon arcasnow begin- lame, the dumb, the blind, the halt, cured which hib fathei had mimicked years be- ourpossible to from whom When we meet roomsrsanil virtue of their hire. I.then ornaments by mere human surgery. The we hnve been to discard bird skins friends apartments for resurrection fore. I do nut say it a; a judgment of parted ten, twenty or thirty years, will it m on their Bead gear and are t iking to of Christ's friend only a b4atiful tableau, God; in common phra-elomske your own inn vegetables. carrots, beets, Christ and Lazarus and Mary and Martha ference. So. all merriment born of dissipa- not he with infinite congratulation? Our means a person from whom houses perception knowledge unlodgings aro Ilu . Xonjbns or carof corn on hat; and bon- - acting their parU well. My friends, there tion that wliu-i- i starts at tha counters of proved, wequickened, our each other at n lands isor relic of feudal rented. win i will know tunes, a word is not a doctrine or statnnt in God's the drinking restaurant, or from the wine nets would look just as well as the re- flash. We will have to talk over all that the possessor of land was actual h simM nrainrof'defnnct birds", besides being Holy Word that has not been derided by glass in the home circl. the has happened since we have been separ- domintiS terrac. Addison uses per, the manin!ess joke, the aturnaltan much more humane by sparing the httlo the skepticism of the day. ated: the one that has been ten years in as meaning tho master of an inn. I take up this book of King Jams' gibberish, the paroxism of mirth about heaven telling us all that has happenel in "3 warblers. Chicago Herald. translation. I consider it a perfect Bible, nothing tlint you sometimes se in the the ten years of his heavenly residence, .' -i j, or in thd exquisite and wo telling him in return all that has The middle of July appears to be the bnt here are skeptics who want it torn to fashionable A grandfather, coming to read his t night, happened during the ten years of his abtweUe time most generally accented bv Con- - pieces. And now, with this Bible in my parlor at crackling o'clock paper found that he had mislaid his f thorns undor a sence from earth. hand, let me tear out all portions are the '! spectacles, and thereupon declared gressmen.as the, probable date of ad- - 'which the skepticism of thsthoe demands pot. Such laughter an4 such sin end in day Ye shnll laugh. I think George d have lost my glasses somewhere, and jQiirnmenu- opcanor 'VJarnsie nas ai shall be torn out. What shall go first? death. When I was a lad a I ook tmuo and John Wesley will haea laugh can't read the paper." A little Ci 1 tread v been notified that fortv members "Well," says some in the audience, ,take out, entitled, "Don Jour's Patent Serof contempt for their earthly collisions; ear-ol- d girl, disring creation and about mons." It made a gieat stir, a very wide and Toplady esire to make speeches on the tariff out all that about the and Charles Wesley will have assit him, answered: "G'an'pa, ou go bill, and the estimate is roughly made the first settlement of the world." Away laugh, all over the countiy, thnt lmok did. a laugh of contempt for their earthly mi- outside and look froozc window, "an I II "Now," says some one, It was a caricature of the Christian minis-frgoes Genesis. thar-tbsunderstandings; and the farmers itho tariff discussion, mav continue '"take out all that about the miraculous and of the word of God and of the were in a lawsuit all their days will have a hold 70 paper up so you can lead Made. for six weeks. guidance of the children of Israel in Day of Judgment. Oh, we had a gre.it laugh of contempt over their earthly disAway goes Exo laugh! The commentary on th whole the wilderness." Exemption A constant dropping, it is comIt is reported that the French War dus. "Xnw " 1RVS SOnil nna ,lu in thing is that not long ago the author of turbances about a in from all fDepartment, which has for many years the audience, "there are things in that Itook died in poverty, ha ne, debauch- gladness. nnnoynnce. Immersion say all monly believed, will wear away a rot k !. i been Ye shall laugh. Christ lio. This Is somewhat of a fable, however. of experimenting with balloons, has Deuteronomy and Kings that are not ery, kicked out of society and cur-eYe shall laugh. It depends upon tho ize of the rock e of such men Almighty God. The Iau-'fit to be read." Away goes Deuterdiscovered a propelling power sufficient Yes, it will be a laugh of triumph. Oh, and what it drops on. If u granite own da" n ition. is the ocho of their Kings. "Now," onomy and the i"ir, one, "the the of Job is a says some what a pleasant thing it will be to stand bowlder, weighing several tons, should I shall mention book fable that laughter on the wall of Ileiven and look down at drop on a strong man it would wear out without regard to the direction of the ought to come out." Away goea the asThe next the Bible that Uugh of being in is the God's wind. This agent is, understood .to be book of Job. "Now," says some one, condemnation: "He that Miteth in the Satan and hurl at him defiance and see the man from hem to selvage, and electricity!! Further, rt balloon that can those passages in the New Testament heavens shall laugh." Again: "The Lord him caged and chained and we forever wouldn't perceptibly abrade the rock. Urooklyn hagle. hich imply the divinity of Jesus Christ will laugh at him." Again: "I will laugh free from his clutches! Yes, it will he be steered in any direction has been laugh of royal greeting. You know how oat to come out." Away go the at his calamity." With such demonstraconstructed. Chamber's Journal has discovered "Now," says some one, "the tion will God reel every kind of great the Frenchmen cheered when Napoleon sin and wickedness. Hut men build up came back from Elba; you know how tho that in September and October a child Book of Revelation preposterous! it repTHEcolorcd" people of Washington resents a man with a moon under his villainies higher and higher. Good men English cheered when Wellington caina grows onlj a fifth of what it does iu L celebrated . Emancipation Day recently feet and a sharp sword in his hand." almost pity God because He is so schemed back from Waterloo; you know how Amer- June and .Inly. In other words, its - with a parade. At the armory of one of Away goes the Book of Revelation. Now against by mea. Suddenly a pin drops icans cheered when Kossuth arnved from growth is omc in the autumn, but in the colored companies the soldier dclo- - there are a few place left. What shall out of the mnchlnery f wickedness, or a Hungar; you remember how Roino Juno and July it is summer. cheered whem Pompey came back victor United" State flag, we do with them? "Oh," says some man secret is revealed, mid the foundation beCongressman- - Koran, of Ohio, nays St don't believe a word gins to rock, and finally the whole thing is over nine hundred cities. Every cheer was; Jacobs Oil surely cures rheumatism. by mistake ran ujxthe Confederate stars in the audience, "I a laugh. But oh, the mightier greeting, end to and bars. The sensation was immense. in the Bible from oneNow youthe other." demolished. What is the matter? I will the glnddor greeting, w hen the Congressman Mutchler, of Pennsylvania, o have put tell you what the matter is. Th crash of gone. Well, it is all A patriotic clerk iri the War Department out the last light for the nations. Now ruin is only th reverberation of God's cavalry troop of Heaven shall go through publicly indorses Red Star Cough Cure. cenu a bottle. the streets and, according to the book of Twenty-fivriuhedto the rescue, and hauling down Uis the pitch darkness of eternal midnight. laughter. Revelation, Christ, in the red coat, in tha Mfeeemblem-o- f But I think, my On Wall street there are a great many crimson the lost cause, restored How do you like it? When G W was a smnll boy they coat, on a white horse and in all , the equanimity of the National Capital. friends, we had better keep the Bible a good men and a great inanv fraudulent the armies of Heaven following on whito to call him Figures, because they can not lie. Prairie Fartntr. little longer InUict. It has done, pretty men. A fraudulent man there savt.; "I horses! Oh, w see ii. France sends news that the cholera well for a good many years. Then thero mean to have my million." He goes to cavalcade we when cheer, weand hear that A New Way to Fny Old Debt. shall shall laugh. are old people who tind it a comfort to work, reckless of honesty, and he geU Ins has appeared within its limits, and in Shakeienre tells how this can bo accomDoes not your heart beat quickly this plished in ono of his immortal plays; but and children like have it on their tboiisind dollar. He the news is contained a warnincr to us. the stories In It. laps,us keep it for a curi- first one hundred his tw morning at the thought of the great jubilee debta to nature must bo paid on demand gets after awhile Let hundred thouThe reappearance of the scourge so osity anyhow. If the Bible Is to be thrown sand dollars. After awhile he get his upon which we are soon to enter? I pray unless days of grace be obtained thiough the uso of early indicates that, far from having out of the school and out of the court five hundred thousand dollar,. "Now," God that when we get through with this Discnvary." Dr. Pierco's " Golden Medical but Jtlsnota "cure-all- " room, so that men no more swear by he says, "I have enly one more move to world nnd are going out of it wC may have died out, it will rage with a new vigor for Boro throat, bronchitis, astha dark make and I shall hnve my million." He. some such vision as the dying Christian ma, catarrh, consumption, nnd all disenses be pMu this summer, and mayhap run its course, it, and city library, the Koran gathurs up all his resources; be makes had when he saw written all over tho of tho pulmonary nnd other organs, caused not only, through Europe, but through corner of tha on one side, and the writings of Conthat one last grand move; he fails and clouds in the sky the letter " W;" and they by scrofula or "bad blood." Scrofulous America also, or at Jeast in those nsrts fucius on the other, then"let us each loses all, and he has not enough money asked him, standing by his side, what he ulcers, swellings and tumors are cured by its action. By druggists. fof;th?twp continents where efficient ne keep a copy for himself, for we might left to pay the cost of the car to his home. thought that lotter " W" meant, "Oh," he wonderful alterative Imeaas have not to keep have trouble and we would want to be un- People can not un lerstand this ps:nodic said, "that stands for 'welcome.'" And What Hsht may be safely recommended der the delusion of it consolations; and and best Daylight. A. sudden o may it be when we quit this world ituuk x ucuuutva evwj une to put we might die, and we would want the de- revulsion. Some said it wasina Western "W on the gate, "W on the door of the 1S'. the cheapest Ttltgram. turn in Erie Railway stock, or operation the best of sanitary regulusion of the exalted residence t God's Union, or in Illinois Central; some said it mansion, "W on the throne. Welcome! Db. Piep.ce's "Favorite Prescription" Is lations. right hand which it mentions. comwas Jay Gould; some said it was one spec- Welcome! Welcome! ft most powerful restorative tonic, and Oh, what an awful thing it is to laugh in ulator, some said it was another. Thev I hare preached this sermon this morn, bines the most valuable nervine properties; debili-tt- d living under one's God's face and hurl his back at all jessed wrong. I will tell you what it ing with five prayerful wishes: That yon especially adapted to the wants of ladies 6ufferinp from weak back, invine has been tested by a Spanish family him I After awhile revelation come was: "He that sittoth in the heavens" might see what a mean thing is the laugh ward fevor, consestion, inflammation, or tlfe day will at MonticelK near Santa Barbara. ' A. when they will say they did not laugh. laughed of skepticism; what a bright thing is th ulceration, or from nervousness or neuUugh of spiritual exultation; what a hoi. ralgic pains. By druggists. large family of seven sons and as many Then all theliypercriticlsms, all the cariA man in New York said he would b daughters, with about a hundred de- - catures and all the learned sneers in the the richest man in the city. He left his low thing is the laugh of sinful merriTHE match is a modern invention, but have been mainly supported quarterly reviews will be brought to judg- honest work of chairimking and got into ment; what an awful thing it the laugh of the r is older than history. j scendants, ment; and amid the rocking of everything the city councils some way, and in ten condemnation: what a radiant, rubicund Chicago Tribune. tU.'. by the vine, which, in some years, has beneath and amid the thing is the laugh of flaoing of every- years stole fifteen million borne over 6,000 bunches, or upwards thing above, God will thunder: "But thou city government. Fifteen dollars from the Avoid the ill; choose the eternal triumph Throw Away Trusses right. Be com. million dollars. without fOOOjKiunds.of 'ripe grapes. Between didst laugh." I think the most fascinating He held the Legislature of the State of fort ' I Be comforted. 'Blessed are y when our new method, permanentlyuse of cure to TlSBOjmai&O'tfae vine-hnep now ye shall laugh." Ye shaU. lTnife. is guarimtee rupture. Send 10 cents laughter at Christianity I ever remember New York in the grip of his right hand. that been drained the worst cases of laugM over an area of eighty feet in circumfer- was Theodore Parker'. Remade the word Suspicions were aroused. The grand jury in stamps for references and pamphlet, e World's Dispensary Medical Association, ence, the stem measuring then twelve of God seem ridiculou. and he laughed on presented indictments. The whole land V! A Uoo4 Kind of a Doctor. Buffalo, N. : at oar holy to die, stood aghast. Tb.9 who expected to iacks in diameter and attaiuing a height and then hereligion until he came been a put half the city man his vest pocket IChlcago News. said: "My life nas in TitE dude, judging from hisconveratlon of Ifteen feet from' the ground. -P- acific JttU. failure a failure domestically, I have no goes to B!nckwell'i Island, goes to Ludlow-stre.every thing in An old member of the medical professfot children; a failure socially, for I am treatbreaks prison and goe across In this city tells us a story which he says jail, "KiLUxa the engine" has been re--- ed in she streets like a pirate; a failure the sea, is rearrested and brought back Dr. J. Adams Allen time advances the hair becomes gray, told him many year .3osS prevented by Hall's HairRenewer. sorted to in ther great railroad..strike. professionally, because I kaow but one min- and again remanded to jail and died ago. Dr. Allen, as the story goes, wag Averts Pil's ft" "e best laxative The most efltectivc manner of doing this ister who has adopted ay sentiments." there. Why. "He Sold by all dealers in medicine, sitteth ia the just beginning his practice when, one win. ter day, seated in a car, raunled to th folJowsf The strikers shut the For a quarter of a century he laughed at heavens" laughed. Is sum-t- hat ears, be overheard this conversation be Rome was a great empire; she had Hormoo boasts that his wife is Tra'l,cnPt' throttle by pushing'in the lever pin, dis- Chrstianity, and ever since Christianity sood figura- BotUM ha been laughing at is ace and Virigl among her poets; she had tween two passengers who were sittin to connect j.thefulcrum connections with a mean thing to go into him. Now, it a man's house and Augustus and Contantine among her em- where they could not see his face: "Say0 .eTooTHAcnr.DBOPS cureinl minute, 25o fcev.boiler IteadV take the lever and steal hit goods, but, I tell you, the most perors. But what mean the defaced Pan- George," said one, "what kind of a doctoi' svn .palR and beautifies. 25c. 'I Bunions. march off with it. The enjrine then is gigantic burglary ever iavented is the theon and the Forum turned into a cattle is this young Allen?" "All I know about rahCoiin Kemoveb kMlsCorns k Coliseum him is that he snatched my aunt from tha iiuwhy. At a cost qt $14 it requires a proposition to steal these treasure of our market and the broken-walle- d A are always better than couple of days to replace the lever. boly religion. The meanest laughtr vr nnd the architectural skeleton of her great ;rave last summer that is, I shall always Wur t two heads Boiton'Trnitltr. drum. uttered is the laughter of the skeptic. . aquedurtj What was that thunder? "Oh," think he did." "Did he, indeed!" said the one Aiiotlier plan is to put .oubthe-firand other; "well, be mnst be a pretty good for 50c. riso' The aext laughter meatiaaed in the Bible you say, "that was the roar of the batter-- Montis' treatment let the water run out of the boiler. The la David's laughter, Catarrh. Sold by druggists. walls." No. What uvctor, then. What was the mattes of ing rams against wmM tken have to be hauled to spiritual exultatioa: or tka laneater our was that quiver? "Oh," you say, "that your aunt?" "Oh, she was d;d with xA H4l ti.. wan Ji1 ol hh"word-- AB . buried, you know." tuouU MUi with JaaghUsV' K tkt boiler the Uaan of ItosMe Ugioaa." Tr Vetki SS Courier.! " taljiage'I-seujio- n. i d-- J& T jTwiiis i -- 'i's fif-te- WMiSAPARILLtf usmmgg CMiMAim. I Hood's CVCV That Tired Feeling Which affects nearly every onet at this seams ts en tlrely overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has th peculiar merit of building np and strensthenlnz th system while It eradicates disease. "IhaTebeenln poor health several jeari suffering from :nd!gestion. restlessness lathe night, and In the raorains I would Bt op with, a very tired feeling. After taking only a part of the first bottle ot Hood's Earsaparlila I could rest well all eight andf eel refreshed when I woke up. I must say that Hood's Sai aparlllata all Itla recommended to be." Me.1LD. tYis-At, 0 East Mason Street, Jackson, Mich. J Legis-""lature'orl- I V l fsTSVM ha;.: n, in ii rlll,YV I fl K A . i i 'iiiui'iwi Tmmmmmmmmmmmmmns iWrirv1 VA U? a racy ViY r iUA&w&v a in in in 1 1 i 1 1 ,i i iiii f, ... meat To take nood's Sarsaparilla. the popular spring Now la tlio Time; ; - 1 - cream-colore- d -- sl ht t i. IThyt. ' ' cine and blood purifier. Because the body Is now more susceptible to the beneficial effects of this peculiar medicine than at any other season. , Because the Impurities in tbe blood should be ex pelled and that tired feeling orercome'before tho additionally debilitating effects of warm weather are felt. Because the thousands of people who have tried It pronounce Hood's Sarsaparilla the very best medicine to take la the spring. Because delays are dangerous, A dollar spent for this peculiar medicine sow may prevent illness which will be eipcuslre and hard to sear. Because, as now la the time when, you may derive the greatest good. It Is certainly economy ,to take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. Do Not bo .Imposed .Upon. self-mad- e. tJr ! .T.slls H-- 1 sil-e- flX. -- pBHlsssssssi '- - 'WfiPWpS ick-roo- m toi-luL- j-- The great and Increasing popularity of Hood's has led tome unprincipled men to use it as a bait to draw customers to tbetr stores, and then by unfair representations endeavor to sell other kinds. It Is unnecessary for us to caution those who have tried Hood's Sarsaparilla and know Its peculiar merit. But to those who have neTer takes It we say. Don't be Imposed upon. Insist upon having Hood's Sana parilla and no other. The men who claim that their preparations are as good as Hood's," by so doing ad mltthatllood'a la the standard, and possesses peculiar merit which U&y try In vain to reach. Immense Amount or Good. reli-ve- d; - 1 s. 'A It to-dn- v Vigor and Vitality of the body by "I was In bad condition with tainting tpel'.i acd Are ijntcklr BtTea to crery Ilood'i Sartaparllla. The blood U purtSed, enriched, general debility. I was ran down, ate hardly ary and Tltallicd. and carries health Instead ot disease to thine, and hardly dared ko out on the atrcet alone fur erery organ The Uomach is toned and strength- fear of bavins ft falnMnff ipclL Hood's SirsaparlUa ened, the appetite restored. The kidneys and Hrer has done me a wonderful amount of Rood, as I am are roused and initKorated. Tbe brain la refreshed, now la Kood health sjaln. My appetite hasbeen Rood the mind made dear and ready for work. The who'.e erer since talcing tbe medicine, and I can eat a square system Is built up and rejuvenated by this peculiar meal with relish. Mrs. Mollis Ccttkb. 119 medicine. Eleventh St., Covlneton. O. "I have been troubled with dyspepsia!. 1 had but little appetite and what I did eat distressed me. or did me little good. In as hour after eating I would experience a faintness or tired, feeling, as though I hd not eaten anything. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an Immense amount of good. It gave me as appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced. It relieved me of feeling. I hare felt so much that faint, tired, better since I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I am Oroitoa A. happy to add my recommendation. Vaok, TVatertown. Mats. e e rrt Kew Idfa and EncrsT. to-da- y I o. "nood's FarsaparlUa has done me a very great dral of good. It has built up my general health, gives me " 4, 1 a regular appetite, and made me full of new life and energy. The sores on my face with which I haTo suffered many ;ears are also much better. Mar ' Tl Ateusox, Summerfleld, Pa. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by drURRliU. 11; lx for 15 Trepared only by C. I. HOOD A CO, Apothecaries, Lowell. Jlasi. 1 Bold ty C. Hood's Sarsaparilla by drurelats. tl: six for i rrepared only I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Masi. (OO Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. 11; six for 13. rrepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell. Mats. IOO Doses One Dollar Doses One Dollar pur-- IOO Doses One Dollar sur-pjiss- es long-mete- ex-jpec-t.a ed h - s e- j- chronic catarrh gathering In bead, was deaf at times, had discharges from ears, us able to breathe through note. Before the sec ond bottle of Ely's Cream llalm was ex hauted 1 was cured C J Cormv.vCJCheU-nu- l St, 1'hlla. I am cntedof catarrh and deafness by Ely's Cream Balm. My aunt at deaf It restored her hearing F D Monss, Insurance, I wa trouMedwlth and Try II. CatarH ff?FAM BWS The Red School House Shoe. to IPjona ulsli for youri chae hoc iioy or G!rl that will ttandthewrarandtear of every day usagr. that Is made of honest leather thronghcut. and on common tense laeas. ask your ccaier for lien ilrritin'i i DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Grel? ffffltr HAY-FJiVE- u.5x R El!iabeth.N J h.tr-roo- m . U acrecaue i3 Ararttr'.c UaDBliedtntueachnattrll use. Frlce fcembT mall oratllrucKlatu Send for circular. ELY BItO tHtltS. Druggists. Owego, X V all Chronic Diseases. me trace .Mart, i uie Chronic Rheumatism. Scrofula, Syphilltio ComLHl'e Red School Haw plaints, etc. (see our book on Venereal, etc; priced found on the bottom cents). Glandular Swelling. Hacking Dry Cough. of cACh pair (None Affections. Blecd'ngof the Lungs. Dyspepsia. genuine without It.) V.ater Brash. White Swelling, Pimple. rffAsk sIfo for the Blotches. Eruptions of theFace. DlceTa, HtpDlseasea, Oout. Dropsr, P.lckets, Salt I'.heum, Bronchitis. ConfflSs5iz&y HENDERSON S2.50 sumption. Diabetes, Kidney, Bladder, Liter ComSJj sgHBJPy1 WOMAN'S GOAT BUTTON, plaints, etc Stitched with Silk and everr way solid Made only by UineieuraifOTianniariuren U U m. ntflL'tnbUll &lUioritooU aud Shoe Chicago. TVhether transmitted from parents or acquired. Is Vrtlefor a Set of Our Fancy Acltool Card$. within the curative range of tho NaranpurUltan Can-cero- WneJe'rywi ,0'1 rnrlflerf for tho Cur, SCROFULA, msreaienu gMBSKenar I Jtesotvent. Ivea erties, nil's fearsapapllla. PfrttM If fttl- JJJC JUIUVIVS 4yerafilse. by ItKSOJL.V.EL'SI. a NAJU..remedr cumI'AIUI.LI.W or extraorainary meaicai prop01 easentlal to purlfy.heaL repair and Inrlgorata tbe broken down and wasted body. Quiet, pleasant, tife and permanent In Its treatn'-n- j, aud Cures have been mado vrhere persons have been afflicted with Scrofula from their vouth an to 3). 33 and f the tIoxl. r"l"? ata, heart tara ila2 ia (He aUtaath, bai breath, hal la.ta j j la Ue siwVla, law Bplrita, general prtratisu Thre It a . sitritr stsrv prw'Tairsss una Il. d ruplxlsi, wU rvrt diarr, a ,JPrP,,li .. rei ia all ratM he traee4 t aa enffeLfl ar l 9trj frtifii and mrj iSrr dUlrriklnf aPsptettsit Kfafral-ra41tlaa pf Theft ar resirelat . by the llttr troaIt. eleaaia Ifeebl. KILL'H tiKtfiKILLi argaaa, aaJ aa4 farlIt For the . UrarJUK. BILL'S StKjAlMKILLt, the Krrt b!o4 r relief fjlatf thihla.t. teaea ap the dl;etle thobltV i& atft ML a fl'trr I firm- - lmraritJi a lerrfmiArUj n ft ftctlos or tet(si.ioM f fBarilotsi. the Mle pl.fnt th 1WJ, c auU; Jaavdie, sVHWim ! I THE LIVER TariaMe appetite. Talat. DYSPEPSIA by all dru;zlats. cure-Hol- One Collar a bottle. d feellar at pit af iha atom ( patu-nre- JS iwwwi wt lj BABWAWilLW N.-Y- lie-- U r. fcy Mailed at oaee ! v relief and cure of all Pains. Congestions and Inflammations, t a. - inn-keepe- in'-lord- s. Jlrxx. I have bc?n fornnomrof yiari urtictetf with & mrcurtjsJ hta'i U aii'l a psun m my Urir Three io tt t Hull more relief than an tfteoUiCM T II OWhNS, Louurllle, Kj. cuinbinnt. Dr. John Bi XA. I hac cxamfatM th prer1ptJon tot the prepA'atlon of Jmif iUixS SAltStri-kill- a and UeUrvt th ixmblt.Uvn tohan oieeljent one arwl Ji ulatrdto prutluce an alteratirc im predion on Uie vtem. 1 hTj uc-- t U both In pubho nnd iriTs prtrt 'e and iMnfc tt thft best article of dull, he eenly lfu Jon meUinn HTphi thai Lxtc no hcsUailon tfiBkr?Zsc.T SMtSAPAltlLLA to t jour m&Dufae tared for the caru of and many other cutaneous and c In aaylnt?) t th ! I DR. RADWAY'S PILLS ForBTSl'EPSIJa. Mon; and for the cure of all the disach. LlTer, Bowels. Constipation, orders cf the lltUoutness, files, Headacbe, etc l'rlce X3 cents. . DR. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street, J pUndular anetiions. ttTins uou u wtin enure tucrea in nuni lxr of the &bov cajtev Ir JAMK3 UOOUE, LouUrUIe, Ky HULL'S Pr. Johj Bcti.. I procured one bottleofthe remeAmoni; SAK.S"KlU.AformyeWetn Full-grow- Ileaouto g. tAJLsl at. I U 1'Yl.fc.s Iu, ljoaiviii Ky Phja. at Lull. alirln Uofp. L . KIDNEYS I tin-wor- q - club-roo- m Are th frtxl sveert rj:a- - ef tha bo4;. lata and lkMssvL Ik a kUeitt Aaaa th MBit laMi ftfautfjitja; pfll.e-trum matter w (Tiirm, is tier Btmitrji am Mi an prwprrij thlt Matter l rttt'iril and the klwexl. can, Iri: headache, wraiartt. a!a la lae aajall af Bark aat Ulai, Ba.aei at heat, fhlll. wltk dUardered itaaiacll and beotla. HI LL't SiliStrtltlLLt an. at a dlanllc taa kldae aad bawe U. aad dtrettlj aa tba bwd a well, raat la the great arcaai af the bad ta re.aaia tbalr aalaral faactloat, aad health la at aaee reatered. Vn JonvBt:iJ.-IbaTeus- ed s StKstraKiLLx tri BLOOD THE LIFE. n IS THE dies and rarlous prescriptions that he lias for weak lungs and chest, this one bottle has been of more beneflt t j hlia thx all llhacurel m of I)t JUIl.N s. JlcULt.. U1L Hone Cave, Hj tnl rpja tala roJa - Whit-fiel- taken it for aathma and ceneral debility It haa a,'i'uua both great relief. 11. Icurstruir, BEMLCV, RcufUle. IU. TIIOS. for rheumatlam aiid kidney tnmble. and uiy son has Iicll thiee-and-a-hal- f-j ! y, BALL'S SARSAPARILLA. BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. THE POPULAR REMEDIES QFTHE DAY. oated dlrrOlr bj laarille he tbe lact af aaffleleal aaaH.baieal fural.k. rala Ibea.tteai laraaali Ike klaad,lavtaallj iwell. rrellar Ike slaadt. aflea rttatllflc lari, ealirfed Jalali. abee,ea, r eje, klatrk; erup. nan an tka fart ar aert. Erjtlpeiaa la aaia la it aaa it an ea mltlaVea hr SereTata a It eaaea from tke taae eaate, Im. h arlf;lac Ika Vara Mood. BILL'S HtUSirAU.lLL.1, klaod aad tualar a tke ij.leni raeeea Ike Impart! lea trum tka klaad aad detain Ue ajtleai tbraatk Ike refaUr tkaaarla. opinion that yonr preparation of SAltSlLPAKlLLAla derWedly euptrior to In anr other row In ue, and I will take preot pleaoredlt-ate- a rioinuiendlniiUforthecnre of Scrofula and all of tbe blood and kidney. B 11 ALLkS, M. D.. Bradford. k.y. Ua ieatlae aiartld enadlllea ar la SCROFULA Iba stlleai, tbe Mead ae nROPSY K DIL, 831 prixcipal orrics. West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Prlco, SI.OO; Six Bottles for S5. For Sale by all Drugglsts- - e it."--Tok- do PM h! sxj2Krxr-2- r BLOOD XUitJE. CONTAGIOUS out-do- line-fenc- e. -- d FREE FARMS in SAN LUIS. Thetnott Wonderat Agricultural Park In America, "urroanded tiv prnsperous mlnlnfand manufacturlri' towns. FAKMER'SI'ARAUIS ! JUgnlncent crops raised in 1SS5. THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF GOVERNMENT LAND,aliJecttoprc empilon.V homcatea 1. Lands forsalo to actual aettlers at 1X00 per Acre. Lone Time l'arlc Irrigated by lminene canals. Cheap railroad rates Erery attentfonshowrnsettlera. For maps, namptileta. etc , addre Colob nn L t D A, I.otv Co Opera House lUoc.nmt er.Colo Hot. lift). ! g- Evan-g-lis- m m- gatfid-torunnpn- your nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalocues mailed free by the manufacturers, LYON i. HEAfcY.162STaTC St. Chicago. fnnett .nil most dnrable In tbe world. "Warranted to stand In any climate. Ask i am a native of England, and while I tras In that country I contracted a terrible blood poison, and for patient twoyeara was under treatmentas an at Xottlngham IIospItaL England, but was not curea I suffered themostegonizlngpalns in my bones, and was covered with sores all over my body and limbs, Finally I completely lost alt hopeln that countiy, and sailed for America, and was treated at Roosevelt tn this city, as well as by a prominent physician In Xew York having noconnectloa with the hospitals. I tav the advertisement of Swlfs Specific, and I determine.! to rlvelt a trial. I toolc six bottles and I can say with great Joy that they have cured me en-llrely. lamas soundand well as I ever was In my L. FRED HALFOUD. life. New Tork City. June 12. 1SS5. Treatise on Blood and Stin Diseases mailed free. The Rwirr PrKcirio Co, Drawer 3, AtLiata, G Have treated Dropsy and Its complications with the most wcnuVrfclauccess; use TeRetable remedies, entirely harmless Kemore all symptoms of drupy la eiKbt to twenty days. v;ure pauent pronouncea nopeicss nj tne ottt ui physicians. Fron tbe first do;e tne svmrttomt ranidlr disappear. and In ten days at least of all symptoms are removed. iomemarcry hnmbor wlthont knowing anything about 1L Remember, it does not coat vou anything to realize the merits of our treatment foryonrself. In ten days tne dicicuity of Dreaming is relieve d. the pulse neuter, the urinary organs made ta discharge) llllduty, sleep Is restored, the swelling all ol made le.tnestren Increased, and appetite stand-- ; ! are constantly caring cases of long hare been tappet a number of times. and the patient declared nnable to live a wee Ic filre full history of AJ.m Kime sex. UW. long afflicted. Jiow badly awoUen and where, are bowels costive, have jck". uureicuaiiuurippcu water, ccau lur ires ptiu" phlet. containing testimonials. Questions, etc. i ea aays- - treatment lurnitneu tree oy man. t pllriav (lite) uoaltlrelv cured. If you order trial, send lO cents in stamr to pay postage. Jf. II. OKELV Ot trU.NN, M. Da., G3 Jones Avenue, Atlanta, Oa, two-third- s Specialists for Eleven Years Past, X3C 33C. TRE ATEDFREE. GBJBEW db SONS, "WEBSTER. "With or without Patent lndei. , I . Ill .. r, U7 w.Si&treci. snow-whit- e ut-e- Wbtn 1 say core t oo not mean merely tn .tap tuem tut a radl. a time and then bare them ratnrn aeatn. cal ears. I haie mada tbe disease of TITS, EriLErST FALLING SICKNESS a Ufa long study. Iwarraatnij cr remedy to cure the worst eases Because othsrs bate Send at failed la no reason Tor not now receWtns a cure. ln'aUlMS ence for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my remedy. 01e Sspreas tpi Post Otlce. Ik eotu JOJ I CURE FITS! LIVE STOCK Authority with the D. 5 Ciinmmn Court ana in the Gov't Printing 0IBce,nnd la recommended by th state Sup'ts of Schools in 36 States. To its many other ralaable features we nave H A Mew Pronouncing IT IS THE STANDARD . JUST ADDED n ixi CUTS. We will furnish duplicates imen Book, ater below same. quoted prices -- arTOCK OTJTS orany other WmEKZJM Cut shown in aaT Spec- si It Containing over S5.00O Titles. lriCr describing the Countries, Cities, Town", and Natural Features OF EVERY PART OF THE GLOBE. is an Invaluable companion a every School, GAZETTEER OF THE WORLD,. and at every Fireside. SILESMEH !!SaeS.SI WiNTFIl I.UHUiCATI.VO oils, IV MR I In tt C.AC. MERRIAM A COPub'rs, Springfield; Masfc UMggHsispapetCo ElectroiypeTS and K. F. Dletetlcn, CloTeland. O. Kndote sts c p for rsply. Stercotypers, jsml2rsf5"5- Gladstone's Peaceful Re.olutiflii. i THE MARKETS. i 177&179EIml3treel, April: 4 Jtlato MVKSTOl FIO(l I "lllfe HllUllflK IIIIIIIKIII. I CoiniiionSi i.Livvri.Ul 25 e ft ft 3 00 ". 4 O) 15 10 10 S3 FREHCfl DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. New method of decorating Silks, Satins, Vases, riaaaes. Lampshade, etc can not do aetectea from nana painnug Aiuuy awriiru. oeou lur pricoiiah and full direction. nOTFM..N MRU., :i 40 fe.Kt Gladstone. Great Britain's greatest statesman, ia dvlne freedom to Ireland, stands in the front ran with 'Washington. Lincoln and Grant. But Dr. TVm. Hall has bestowed a greater boon to humanity with his Db. "Wit. IUti's Balsam roa thx Ltjos. the on v cure ot cough j, colds, consumption. No Rope to Cut Oft Horses' Haies - xa.&a.a- - '.AaB. CfieDrateu XK and BKIHLK ComblBed, can not be slipped by any Corse. East' rle Halter to any part 01 the U.S. Soldbrall free.onreeelptoi.and Harness Faddlery, Hardware nealera. Snerfal discount to the Trade. ZySend for Pricetlsu' J.C- - LiouTHOuscKOcnester..x. flood 811 1. LI' FI.OI I'ML'kt-r- . (iMMI IIIL'lllMLU . becn-cmplovc- U.I. No I- I- U iiniilv . . . .. Corn Ni - inixfl . Oats-N- o. .... 2 iiilmmI 2 Ilf-'- n II A V Inuotliv No. 1 lOISAC' l.uc (noil Miiliiiiiis.. . . PHOVISIi INS nl hffil-N- o. ... nil. .. . i". :i fo kt M i .1 4 s: fl. r 07 aihsfc. Jin) . ,i li . 1 ri f Uinl I'linicieitin.. . HUTTi:- K- Imite D.iiiy. . i Hi o Ocmu-r. .. APPLI-I'imie POTATO lia-t- itr liuslicl .. GRAIN Wheat -- l'oik -- lf5 .iu si ctionrji . li l.'Vjftt 6 Si 12 r. ui er t.i- - , 40 25 wm aCln 4 ,rnc Il'llMl ISSMuIn Street, Cincinnati. Ohio. 1IIYID m -- IWi lni WJI.r'!?'-,- -' ha Iwii.miL .- '- wiw. tySkX ImMii. .OTMlm. 'Mnitn Xlt l., rauiine, ma. Saaw l.lmi taanaaaim Mi. em. y a. IM in t a taM Me1. Sot OT..3.M. "ui.irsi.- Q, 21-. 2.- It W. I K5 V 25 Cr. bO LT8T OP DISEAPTS ilWATS CTmABUS BT TJSIIW Piso's Remedy for Catarrh to tbe Best, Easiest to Use, and (Sieapest. NEW YOIIK. FLOnt-Stn- to match-make- Hiitl loin OI rORK-.M- teI.AISD-West- ern No 2 rrl No liii.vod Sintxtril. .. .. .. 53 Western No. 2 Cliicico . 3 60 Vt WEXTCAir .. . T2S 42 .... d steam. ,- .- t'J & $r W 4TVJ 4il .VJ ... .10 (M 410 & 4 6 2J 75 MUSTANG UNDEBNT. 0TsnnH". B.rmsitSc.ia., 07 AXIMAIft, I Also rood 'jr Cold in the B&A, Headache, Hay Fever. 4c. 50 casta. -- et ami Wcvtrii. 5I :) St. GRAIN Wlieal No. a?pnnp . ifl'tfc No 2 Chicago Ppniu ... "h'a Corn No. 2 .. V. Outs No. 2 FI.OU tate CHICAGO. 37J 6UJ .1 ScratcTsea, It o T'OltK I.AltD-ten- m. Mr.s .... .. Wt S K) & tt) StlBf,te Stiff Bacaistek medi--ifjiiiii4- 8- JlL'l!8i tht GKA1K - 1tAI.TI.M0Un v ent No. 2 Corn Jll.x ;il ... m . veil ()at PKOVIHOXS-Po- rk Mesa I.rtnl Kp(incu. CATTI.U First ijualitv. HOGS SprmlM8cltcllM FLOl' nnill f .. M .......... 4SH 3S (ft, 10 CO U a CL 5 00 5114 ConUI,1clB 4?l (X) . J" ..., - Oil 5 00 5 50 5 25 7'i 0 00 54 Eraptlateta StltTness, Froet Bi and aasges1 lliesses.suid every hart oraccldeaa. T Sores and GsUIs SpsiTln, Cracks, Screw Worm, Grab. Feot Rot, Hoof All Lameness, Swlnay, Fonaders. Sprains, Straias. Sore Feet, SEND YOUR mme trill of tbe MARATUOA School of Languages ox be mailed to you free. Stems' jura. Keir York City, XTassaiaaareet,-xcRiaTilf. UulcfeJvand Falnle ly cured t home. Correspondence solicited and reztrttiloj cure sent honestlnveatisators, rBiIICJiaXS Kiua.PT CottrAMT. Lafayette, lnd. A wnen ca tu wtlb t ec and TOUwOl teenvethe best book " """'"' i.M uesiMmaKl Af.K. ddresa the Union PtfBJSKiMO Co.. Ne wii, N. Ja IDORESSp; OPIUM -- ! ed;Peaslo" ndTncrtssetexnerlesceayearst f . ,, INDIANAPOLIS. ..,..$ Whent No 2 red.. .. Corn mixed Oats inlxcl rgessje1tot"T.tableandstockyard,lU BEST OF AI.I. IU ISSSffiS A.?'.!isrrsae7H BBiVjifinSE. Hie Treated and cured without the Vnlfe. CssrfM Q fn) 87 :i5 SOH CAICER in hr '" Flour A No I.OI'IVILLB. 1 GUATN-Whoat-- No. tak ud re-fille-d. jt ormtor.-.yitto- mlTfl 4rn mixed Oata PORK mess. ....... J. iUD lUeja....... ,.. ....$ 2 red 7 fir 4 SO a Si S8 32 SO LINIMENTS la raat HakM OPIUM u asfaia T.leWMAJfW4lel,T',' im AJ.K. E. lese to M WSSSSSUERESm . w m ? i It." .1 d. Sfcs. " - "m J " "t t- JbMtf H -- i-"" J "i. ttsgeanmaca. T "i t krf s p- j? - n. L. ALEXANDER, Cosh. This is the Benson of the year R. T. TYLER, Prat, II. BUGIlASAIfT r-- Pfei( ANNOUNCEMENTS. when the ladies wear heavy veils, to protect their complexion, you IVotlcc. 1 tevf F i'CR rnirriT 'judge. i aiheilajajf !hcKanleti.n,akcr, know, and get huffy at a fellow will be n grand escurpion given r.eplck,!,e9ple.and,!,etor;! Tkere Wc are aittlioricil to nnnonnce C. Lwhen he mceis thorn and does not O, the reiKn of the rnbh.g,.ra.e" from Hickman to New Orleano, July 22. county. ;m a c.indi-- 1 . j HANDLE, of riilton And tiesnwuldering!iru8li.lca 'glow!" recognize them. We delight to ov Fxcunsios. dile for Circuit Judge. .Clociion in An-- j ISSC'KMAr, officers meet and recognize our female nc- t;n t next. T'22,1, Farmers bus v. E. H. Ilanbroiili, J. W. Brown, J. C. OTJ ' quaiutaucos. hut-i- t is not all honey F. T. Thompson, Geo Crab, Dave Upshau, Wheat prospect splemlfdT- - (and roses to be familiarly bowing Washington. FOR OOM3ION WEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Rev. a. Devise. 850,000. We are authorize"! to announce CIIAS. There will be a few peaches. 'to some man's wife whom you 'J y. have never met. and who will lo.ok II Tlf')JAS, of McCncken coantr, as .1 Dr. D. Beatty, Dentist, of Pears promise well. . of daggers at you from her tied up cnndiJato for re election to Ihe XT' i. many years experience, lias re c'otnmomvealth'a Attorney for thU Judicial HJO "EL Clover is execcdum!.. rbmis- - face, ami t c II the first acquaintance orgnnUwl and rcmly for bn'"i'&; we repci fully pollclt the patroie .turned to Hickman to practice his District. Election in August, IbSG. ft"1' eKl "'"'g" fur.ii.licil to free ralL All ajll!cotl-- " m.ile, Jslie meets that .ou are a rascally profession. Office No. 12, Laclede We are authorized to announce JOHN j masher ami of chttge. Ajrovfil pajtr niiin" il.rceor four mouths, ought to be hung. o a,pr30tf Hotel. Only a fair apple crop is prem ' c rate of lr ctiu jicr nunum. county, K. IIENOHICKS, of l.ivinsst-ithe next 'thing you know the jThen mised. as a candidate for tho office of fommin eL bate husband or father of tho in- I would inform the ladies of wealtli'a Att rney, in this the First Judi....... v., M.iiiiovi iii .... For or against saloonst next it.1l1twl fl.ttHCtfl! lllll ji.ij wii .. .. Ir.it Hickman and vieiuity, that I have c.f Kentucky. Election in cial District .i nail r with sword and pistol by his side establish- Monday? August next. opened a Dress-makin:0E0 ; It TIIKKLKELD and froth streaming from a mouth U. T. T7LBK. Oil S. V. I.TZER II. DUnHAX UX. ment at my residence, on Carroll We are mthomed to announce SAMUEL There will be a fairstiafucrry that has bing W. C. JOIINfeON ALGXASDEU. L since gien up in CROPLAND, a a cnndidaic for the ofhee streot, opposite Mr. Maxwell's. crop. i A disgust the utterance of damning of Common wealth's Atiorney in this, the Sf3? ft) s5as ez& e& I cut by the celebrated Moody "1 w !f(i IW , First Judicial uistrict of Kentucky The corn row will not be imprecations ag.iin&t you. Ex. 3 L,. icwiriiL? LA II I M II M system, used altogether in large J I r W II 1 $7 IrV.I I ttlties, and guarantee perfect (its. straight if von look bchind'you. I Rl county Judge. A for i T. An old man b tho name of m f I have been in the business about The act cage planted in Irish i 1 a fn,k'r' at Jackson! Teim., buried 18 years. I wilj also teach cut- potatoes is not as lar.c as '; HELL, via a candidate ior County Judge of I1 uaj 10.000 in gold, during the war, ting and fitting. I would respect- last vear. SES3j ESKJS'to' ARE STILL IN THE 11IISTG, mj Tiilton cnuntv. Election, Monday, Au and keeping it thus during that pe fully ask you for a liberal share of gust 1, 1880. W. L. McCutchen is erecting riod safely, continued to so keep (he bet selected, the greatest variety of stoek in Hickman. Their your patronage. I am sure L can Wc are authorized to announce J With a new family resfdeuce hi West it since the war. It was buried (We all preach low prices.) I?ut please you. Respectfully, oflicc of prices arc below any Competition. NAYLOR, as a candidate for the I lick mail. in his ft out yard. The report obCounty Jndgeof Eu'ton county." Election jut tlrop in and see for yourself, an3 you will be convinced that we are Mrs. M. Paris. 5 in August next. The colored people of Hick tained that ho had buried money, giving von facts. Big bargains in all kinds of and peisous got on the hunt of it. We are authorized to announce D. W. man are gotting up an e .enrsion Those who have done themselves the injustice of buying before callWoolen Dress Goods, at PlautV. One morning last week, ho woke D1CKIXKO.N as n candidate lor JuJgeof to Now Orleans. do well to bear these facts in mind. tho Fulton County Court. Election in ing at ourtoreVould up to find his treasure gone. A Choice CORNED BEEF, at No troiilbut a pleasure, for us'to show and price you our goods'. August next. The Kentucky Press Associa coloied in.iii nuiiicd Boyd has boon xlriiDi 4 J cents per pound, for sale by J. lMi4tPVt):Lull departments. Come and see. tion is in session at ticinicrsou, arrested charged with getting the FOR COUNTY ATl'ORNEY. W. Rogers. aprlG this week. old man's money. Burying money f Wc are authorized to announce Judge IIPXsiUL-f- c We return most hearty thanks U.S. UUHKEmL, asa candidate for the Next year the people of Ken- was justifiable during tho war otuce of County Attorney, it the ensuing to the ladies, for their liberal ap- tucky will electa Governor and ' n,.ne8 ,,ut I,r,w fzo"8 navmg August election. surplus should deposit in the preciation of our beautiful line of ntiior st.,trt- Wllll.1.1. .,Vbanks. DreBS Goods, during the past Mr. A. M. DeBow and family, circuit court clerk. week. We have had an immense left Tuesday, for an extended a is-We are auhorized 10 Riinouire T, M. In this issue will be found the trade, but our stock is still como?jbi:e3 FRENCH a a candidate for ra election to to Middle Tennessee. announcement of Mr. T. B. Fer-relplete. Wc are showing goods not ft the office of Circatt Court Clerk of-- ' Fulton Fer-rel- l for County Judge. Mr. found in other houses. The levee broke at Point county Election in August, 1SS0. is extensively known through& Maxwell. ami the town Pleasant last week Alexander out the county, having served as S.?t "SP? rTHfTT A CM tSd COUNTY COURT CLERK. J A 133 was depth cS-. A big bonanza in Summer feet. flooded to a . ; of two Constable in the Fulton precinct ssssL JLELJJk.K3 I BV Wc are authorized to announce W. P Coats, a Plaut's. Being full up on for many years and as Magistrate to TAYLOR, oa a candidate for The Fulton County Teachers' for one or two terms, and in each these goods for Men and Boys, thcolliceof Couiilv Court Clerts Df Fulton ii:ai.i:i: to be found at the New Store I we are offering for 3.1 cents a Coat Association meets at, the Public eapacitv, we believe, made a faith-S-ho- in the citv are county. Election in A uguai, 1SS0. building iu Ilickman, Ku, Jimfgood ofliccr. Iloisaclev-o- n 'worth 75 cents ; for 50 cents a Coat FOR SHERIFF. Satuiday, May Sth. (M. worth $1.25; for $1 a Coat worth BIOS, HBDIGINB', F A I NTS AND nian. has large experience in A. We arc authorized to announced. $3. Call and sec for yourselves. 3oinc people arc hard top" oasi. county afAtiis. and wo doubt not s to SHUCK, a a cawiidab for - 8 i W guarautce to save jou 50 per An Arkansas man is mad because tt'"1l mk i i faithful and worthy 2 i31 1ft the office of Sheriff of Fulion county. 3EEC IBC C JS.S 35E A JX cent, on these goods. if elected. y a Election in August next. his wife run away with nuothei 3 S2 & 3& K "" "a -cosirouNi-ED- i , ej T PRESCR IPTIO.YS CARKFJt.'. you Wasil a No. 1 Spring man ami didn't take the children- ,iew huckster liconse law FOR JAILER. Wagon, at the lowest price, call The Legislature refused to ac-aJ Staph-anr F.mcy Dry Hood-.- , Notion". peaI s to be ,,,'sunderstood in A AYc are authorized to announce JAMES Kw Hto:-J. V. Rogers. cept the proposition o the Nation- - bollie neighborhoods, thev under- - Shore-- eiunph-ton , Clothing, I lab., .V:e., in gre.it ariety. R r thing t- be found I. TAYLOR as candidate for Jailer of with and new. No Fniton eounty, at the ensuing August ,w Every article fre-,Dry Goods II . If you are needing any Gro- al Government toestablishment of RtmuMutrO tti.it it n,.ni;c tA r..r.,.orc in a fnt-ela-. election. the State in the eggs, butter, ami pro- old tvk-swringing ceries, it will pay you big, to stop a free weather service. ! W ducts of their own farms, &o., to are authorized to announce THOS. itirt tinct 'ntrcikir .it- A livinilfr We invite an inspection of our goods, confident wc can please you, V WALLACE, ana cndid ite for S l,ur a".f re the Hickman market. This is a and guarantee the cvry lutcen' jtricta. Mmcll'i. TKev are making verv I ports to the office of Jailer of Fulton counthe condition of wheat in mistake; it applies only to those ty. Election in August nest. . .. . extraordinary low prices. who buy to sell again the specu- fl R t f A DEALERS IX Wo are authorized o announce 0 EORG E Any other construction VS nninKmi,..! r.ncrTvn vp beuir 101 oer cent ami the iii e:i ).") lators Tiio L C'ARPRNVUR, a a candidate for the DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STA riOXEKY, and School Supplies. I"--' nicidal to a town. Bring Shoa for IjiilioR ni..l hisses, are per cent. office of Jailer of Fulton county. ElecFancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, li inr iniii'L'Olihr u-- (rnnt it we will be pleased, to show our goods. Call and see tion ia Angnst next. Ili.-k- Ciounu only at Plaut's, as they aie Mr. Louis Person.an old SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical uBe. JU1(1 ,nust xyo iu exclusive agents. The best wear- man boy, was niarneu this woh--, iVl.ed it We also earrv a complete stock 0 Groceries, Queenswarc, Harness, j, FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. AGENTS FOE TUF. ing Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe. to a Miss White, of Union City.j etc., at lowes-- t prices. Snys tho .M,lfiojd Monitor: We are authorized to announce JOIIiJ most comfortable Shoe ever the teSse the Sign across the street. ' J. Tib WELL, an u candidate for theoftice ; ' . ; :,111111. Jnu mi.im,t.rs m um .ueiuotusi Eni.i ;. nioi..,.n,, ;D ti.n vo ... ..v,.,....,. ir ,.,v w. w..j . IIV of As3fS3or. Illection in August ixexi. Suuiht3 school will decorate tho of all who have tried them Ju-IgUoone with flow- A. Wc ftre nntborized to announce J. S. The Hickman Jlank, we learn. grave of 3T II. BUCHANAN'S is the only is surpassing the most sanguine 0,s t Sunday. The school will HON DURA XT, as a candidate for the Elcc'ion iu Au Onnntv Asseswor. house iu Hickman that has the epe:tatio;is of its fiiemls ami fepair to the grave at 3 o'clock iu ' gust next. & '.vr's promoters, in the amount of gen-- j the alternoon and scatter flowers.! Tight to sell Ackerland Perfect-fittin- g Custom-mad- e 1! Cloth oral bnsiness and deposits. Wo are authorized to announce W. B. ui-- r me remains oi one wno was GOHI", t a candidate for the office of Asa tiuo friend to tho children and ing. Several of our citizeiiB at- the Snndav-schoosessor of Fulton county. Election in AuThe rfri k3 gj4s.Lv s.4, gust next. fthe ek- - tended the Inter-Stateelehmtiou Umwi.iv Di.ix.ni.. .. i... ;..- - other Don't fail to ob.-errM bi 1....... J) ' 'V (Z3) We aro authorized to announce J. O. A. L; nt valupsatSG, SS.oOand 10, in of Odd Fellows at Cairo. Monday. 10, anil l COOl'EW-- as a candidate for re election to s'0 Men's Suits. They are calculated Tluy report a pleasatit time gen- Wi n0 (loubt the office of County Afeeasur. tieciion in j e rally. i . ' i to make vou smile with joy. A 1 S3I Angii-- t next. j 9 ia . rin c Tim t lfivntiQ nf tltn twnv rn. i Wheat ami orrHffcKt tho Alexanders Laxwei.i.. . We arc ni fwa n frt iitrB-iir- . ti v SALMON, authorized to announce Q. Lt.T. n ri i ji aro all lroing well. tj of Carlisle created out of pan - grosses n9 a candidate for the.oHice-oline of Genls-- ( WIlei,u it is tlioimlit, lias passed oi Jjaiianl county, Ivy., aro diviFor the t'ecttsn in August County Asee.sor. t lias a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Footwear go to Plaut's, for it is (he dang(,r ,hl nm, wiUl0nt rust ded on the question of locating UfcUfl neit. concede, by all that they have no xhQTQ vm be aM n D. E. which are offered at OAF PltlCE, and that the very lowest the market We are authorized to announce viel( the county seat. The question is " ltepresent- - a line of the very bet Conipatiitsin the United State.. comnetition in thisOIline. Try the PATH, as a candidate for County Assessor. justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. whether tho court-hoiih- e shall be (I.;ovonf-;ill.r r 1. Tlu. Qt.itnl.,,. i. .Ml Election in August next. -located near the geographical ecu -- Vnn USE,) ( O FFICE A T CO UR . 101,"VB,8,H ;. S ! i -. ..v. V..v.vjw.., .,. , . . (,Mlllltv riI. ..,.,. ,,, ,. naw xriuut onui-aavij iin m.i . I ; innniv ..ll ter ot population. Arlington. PUBLIC SCHOOL arro T IT- warranted. . We are authorized to announce CLIAS Vt? i VVlbfc wW viitlllir IS !.. .....I M.l:. aru the Smith, Ellison & Go. have ihe schools ;, for siulr.ng (suuk) fund, 15. KIXUMAN, as a c.tnd'uUtc for the ofROBBING A TRAIN AT CAIRO. tending towns, handsomest line of .Men's Youth's, ami 20 to ordinary expenses. fice of Public school Superintendent of t Th wves' Fulton county. Election in August next. Bovs' and Children's Clothing, in The first number .,. that live. ion:. aim 'Mmmas of .. iitiiei!, ftp .intl t- lnn-PK-t - nriif'S. anuoilliced for A montinc is ha We 3re authorized to announce Prof. ., . . . . " "" -- .' :..i.u new papei, tne Jioome- Tho greatest nuisance to people JAMEo ILSAUXDEIW, asa candidate Call ami see them Thevcaasitve Sunday evening at L' o'clock at . 1I El '..: I i:: lite Etnblx-tMiwiio tome to " est rlains with fur re eUctiou lo the otiice of County the Methodist chinch, for the or- - rang, published at Fait on by Mr. vom money in othiug Keporit. reached Hickman Wed-lntr- t - C. N. Walker, is welcomed to our iganizatiou of a Young Mcirs Chriswa(,ns i ti the number of Schoul Superintendent. Election in Au- H. BUCH ARAN'S is the only ti:iii A.im i:ttinn. Iervbotlv m- - lauie. .iii 11 always prove a val- ' m.uiViv . (.off8 njnays... standing about the P"M . . . i,!issoiiLer trmn :it' ii.iii!.ii.k.;in;.,.iict.i.,l..,....,i ... - rtf ;i ...... v .....d..w ... cuauuiiu .luu ui- liouse . in Hickmau n tli.l IlUS UlC itpfl. o,..l . ni'iiir TJ1MI l'K!lPi-ill- l 7 p iu puuucu oh.ui,- . t o vn-,ou Monda- - nlsllt .; tccibuilding our local prospprities,-,(-nirD. G- - PAllK, right to sell uryan iiro thin" in the wagons they can eat, Ue Hteamer Cha. Morgan, .im. u uiuuiciiii BHucutis-- iu us own- ebrated-makLadies' a. d Miss- of "' ",u,"v"-""','"""'.' .".ml our ohservation is mat tney; 0KNBY A-- IAW, is a leal fact, but cuiet details of .;,i (rlf nil. u,;,,,, lunurrlit to town 8'f reii8 and Boys' Shoos-t- he ff ?.'"riuniinnti aud evr Or- - eis. l,,u"c(1 VomA ; lea3 HICK:MA.jS", the occnr.ence may not lie aceu- j wazoIIBt except stoo wood., Itest iu the worlds - - KY. MA Y FIELD, . near the mouth of Salt river, 20 ' The following is creditable iai team on tho If a t'sirmer stons hs Fnll lillft TlllliiV T.itlPllR. frolll ...:i l.nl,.. r miierilln ntn'olnnlr xoxOne report has it that, the night s u.,re !u. lms to keei) strict Wntch, aciuc Practice smccnrch,is77. n nor ril., in vrwv. nor ft.. , vnin.1.... rnuav. v i:..o ,,... 1... tOMltllJOIieS w T.O.. . . . . ... . vw (. r tt.mt t' TlC:.tiini?tf ....., ...v.. cu...v 0.ai., or t,JC C0WSJ wlM ,iet)troy any iced i last into tic iuai. "1 have tieciineu to lecture. A i"4ico r rfik WILL practice in all the counties oHhe ESyUrawinz1?, Plan full Bpicifications as to everything needed furnished, and entire Embroii'eues, r plete line uu uu.im, uo or nro,iuee he mav have. This ou i'lu., oil ill t II III U ililV U bureau ottered IIIU uuu P'i-hci- r District, . T.. nl.ntiut f . :.i n.ni. d. iU. . Jiuiiiiiu.m;. j Firt Judicial ir,...,l-- and in the Appel- - cost aceurately.calculatcd. Lock and Key Jobs solicited. . . , -, . V". ....... r..- ov ..... , . .. .. ...i. . i ln 100 .UtlllllUIIIV'&ll.?. ninvAi iIiiwii .tn t""- - liw ino i',vi " morning a wagon sioopcu in ironi naie Conrta Wi Cni.. JdpiniT8 Insertino--- - Oriental La- - wno navo jusu giu.ueu pujm- - w, perH uigut ior itwo uuuttruu p-i y 1 septlS-l,tn DiUillUlY IU IICIll" UIUOMU ......U' fil" 1V .nf n.itiD fin Ann ! iillicn mill tlwi-(- i iVPl-r- t ",1 'V3 ' ''M liMVf. -Il'5r.ll flirt i """ es, cheap Laces, Parasols, Fans, ll....no. l.nfn mnti take charge next iiiuin, xiirtiim..i,ia.;.j..,uv. T.. no JV0."l"(; K I ,uo on .,..Ut u,e.ie.rr-v- :' mv popularity, if 1 have any, was1 .s cars ere Laclede, and will of fodder in it tied tj- bundles &c, at Plant's. line me I naiictl gether; the owner did not reach rmwiW. Mini. host.j He OW.j Will mmlo in t.lin tmlnit. nnd a. ilnrn tint ooni. .w ... HUBBARD- - M-D.- . ir if IIIKI aBtBa v . rt . 1 I fk t TIlA lltOllllA CkfllA tllOtt rt tr t Alinn iioii--tU n.:i 4a -rnn iui-A-11 use it torany sucn seiusn purpose, " c iiiiiiit-"" mil iu ;l stoie door belore an old cow probauiv tae cnargo uia noiei b" !,I;,Rv1iSrea t0 thc peo ., out aiul in less than nder & Maxwell's line of Import- - !lt 1Iot Springs, Ark. though with $.10,000 I could do a tho platforms and shouted for the passenger to "change cars." Pas- - Jwo ked it d Dress Goods. They can show six other'' great deal of good." Illiliute8 liv0 sengers not buspectiug anything rt,vo ;;,irwi - .,,,,1 or ,,..- r.Fm - 11 r von iroods which other houses do ......enmnii it n.?i.T..-- .i ..i ft AifcitliaavaVllkllifkil 11k Tlf1fltil ! 1. l mi not carry marlO inc iiuporiaucc 01 im inoiougii imtit'iMtat wuere tuey. ". ,U",,J lu all. That fanner was mad, but, v W. IWd. ,lmist of Winchester. were met not as mail as the one we saw a ooors Ind writes- - "One of my customers, sanitary work as possible camio by men with drawn IV O 'MCE. Ask to see the Genuine French Mrs.'Louii Pike. Drionia. Randolph Co., be too strongly urged. Cholera has revolvers de- - few moments later chasing a cow holding claims ajaiust the All s ...,.-Kid Shoe at $3.50, for Ladies Ind . was a Io- n- fiuflerer witn vw.w."-- i ii' iiiui'iii ru in iiiii. iiiiii 110 win: i.iin maiming ...... tncir tin ough tho streets w ho had about t. Tlminaon. deceased, are Max- - tion, and was Riven up to die hy her phy- - foreteu where it may spread, hands up and hand over their finished a half bllahel of apples n.,t.in nf It Only found at Alexaiider respectfully notified to preent the same -- " ana neyu Mcians aoiiio oi uie pas- - and was ill a lon; trot with the at or.ee. iroi.rlv proved, for settlement. well 's. There is no necessity for alarm, pocuct-uooK;"? t t.i bshe but it is a wise maxim which says; sengers were comply ing with the Hickman, Ky. March, 10.1. 18SG. sacic in uer moutn. Jt possiuie --If vou want to fit vourself un'bujing Vo me Z ii months' time ... A. FA It IS, AGEA'TS FOR TI1E FOLLOWING COMPANIES: the city authorities ought to take Ad.mimstbatok. 11 R real nice xauoi-mau- o aim, or III! 1b ' IP"" - hn ha? nut ..v') who was on board, mstoail. of some steps to abate so intolera.. . .. ...I III lll.ll !& odd Pautft, at a big bargain, go to iiint it. Sh.; feels she owes Her me lo U ' handing out ins money, made a ble a nuisance. A1TD TiaEE TESTED- C. rABTLOW. J. F. GRAY. Plant's. Free Trial Bottles at C. A. Hoi combe's Miss Hollo Fortune, who has lunge at one of the robbers with 1 PIICGXlX.of Iliriford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTF0KD?" beiMi attending thc Uoston Con- - his knife cutting him across the Drop in and. see the rush at Drujj Store. Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, Ben Deering Poisoned. forehead, but he himself was imRPrvntnrv nf Musir. lins rotiiriipil They Alexander & Maxwell's. And eel your Blncksmithing and general AND THE This is tho season of tho year to Tjjc.k,nan) and will visit here mediately knocked down with a April L'C A special Repairing uone at are doing the business because they St. Louis, by another one of the from Benton, Missouri, when merchants who are alive to Kninn wonks. "TCtiiMwl nm inr. ' slnng-sho- t ' states that niakt the prices. 2T. CB,.VZ" cS; COS., MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. was badly thoir own interestsadvertfse , their1 ,,nCtir . the Kev. Benjamin Decriug, of V" iminnn tmr in on. robbers .. ... .. ..." w -- w .w .. l)lu n01 Mr. Thomas I.. uangerousiy wounueti ju St. Louis, has been for some days ( Corner of Obion and Etchangc Streets.) H. UCITAXA says that he goou iorx.no spring n.iut.-- .wm cept a class in music, and adopt, Office, t Moore : Landrum'a Drug Store. lli(3 neati. in too meiec tne rou- who arc u uuu .u Tjiuiiiiiin as her home will sell goods at from ten to when tnose past holding a series of temperKY. hers made their escape, but were ance rewval meetings, which have HI0S3IAN, twenty per cent, cheaper than any bury bask in the sunshine upon Good Work at Hock bottom Prices. Our a PtureI at m0. other house in this section of tho steps of their respective -- Mr. Dee Amberg has com- been wonderfully successful. Last ' ..... in Cairo, ldcntihcd by some of night, some one as yet uuknowu, motto. iv:i,i; country. Wc think he will, as ho places of business, waiting for tho a special tv.-ftSr.1HI.Ii VOI-Ci of always does jnst what he says ho customers who never come. on court-hous- e hill. It will be l ,c passengers, and also somedi a placed in the pitcher of water J0UNF. GRAY & CO. pcrs BlOl! Elizabethtown (Ky.,) News. mar2G-t- f will do. He also says that he will something convenient and,' the 0,,e' oni,d,billstheir stolen iroin which. T.tho.1 revivalist Ihad 1.placed and identified as ..nn,. ; ,.i,wit . was t. prices, and I. t i at:i discount all advertised upon uie tiesiv f irom which no 1 he you can bet he will do it. lard & Son, who stand at the head Passengers. Life. FOR SALE. speaking, a large quantity of ero-to- n ot their profession, are the oil. Several persons drank Mr.P.i.Wi.coxSon,ofHorgeCare,Ky, 200.OO0 feet dry Cypres Building Ask to see our All Wool says "" for many rears, badly afllicted tractors and architects. before the Services -Men's SuitB, at $S."J0, worth $12.50 vwtli he wa, that Thomas of the waterbecame deathly sick, and Fencing Lumber. AI30, 100,000 show "",""" fhthisie, also Diabetes; tne paini Cypress Shingles. began, aud in other houses. were almost unendnraWe and would some The late overflow was disas- - plucky resistance deterred tho but not knowing the cause of their BON DURA NT & DREWRY. him Alexander & Maxwele. times. almost thrown'.. into convuimons. 4rnnq to bottom fnrmors. hiit.nrnv- - baud. marl2 I ! !,.-- ? illness, failed to warn Mr. Decrlie irieu ciecinc uiuer-- a"" " -.Iir ,j ., HWUIU HP ..... i Another report has that, three WHERE CAN BUY A SUITAWI.K PRESENT AT IT r -, The Ladies are invited to sre ' ,,imu ,un. 1,..K. ,.! .. """. ail IOt. :..,l -- .:.. outlllllll saw-mi- 1pi. men sneak thieves visitedittho train at iug not to drink from the pitcher. flf .... "u i c... on RE AIL VALUE? ii 11 gained in in 11111$; mini iuj;.i, avv. TT uu ,, OUr elegant display- of Dress Goods, ties wa. entirely cured and hail positively excite- Tho latter, during his discourse, ,..! li 1 s jxiukiiuui flcsh e'gb'een pounds. Says be in uiiiary-... ..iu annMl. y. .. tho incline, got up sonic attract drank a glass of the water, and Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautinew .... r. .. We hayc all the. TT 1 ehades i.in . ;t to . ... sick. ful and varied stock. :.. ., 41. ... v l ,.- -,- l.'Vi.CJ ikime..villi! UAtu Hii.uf ha! not ale starting tlllUt OllilllL;n. II Ul l Uil .1 ment on the - outside ni.ntrll. mill was immediately taken aro All reuer atloraea xaua, .iiu.uiiu.3, ,ecn ior FA IHOSABLE " uo tasted the water :o:.. 41. n.. i.r.,,.,., t. ioriieii iiiui wu cuuo vou Hitters. Sold at fiftr rvnti a bottle by O. i.. ;n iiiBi.u.(;mniuii.K i i..u ,,n..-nt- - niwl ;i..n,li Mr... ,.ft,.nI E R boosThoAeND robbing, and that Mr. Thomas ro:oaly latest style goods, stmh as can-o- t A. Holconibe. CMKPfiT.i. --- V" -- r. .!."" U'ealizing that ho was being found outside the larger citbe SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow "- " ; ' " The working people through".' Call and see our line of Carpets. made a strike at one ot the tuieves .," old stand, has an efidless vaiietyof at new store, Fuqua & ies. and Troy Acnue, East Ilickman, Ky-- , making great The greatest variety in the citv. with his knife, and was str nekout tho country are Mll r.c. Books and Fancy Stationery, Papeterie3 of all styles and finish, Pens, guaranteed. & Maxwell.. AjiEXAxdeu ... D?Saiifction .... ..yr., to do about 8 hours for a days Velvets. Bodv Tlrnssftls. Tanostt-v- i with a slunjr-sho- t as above tie-- , " April. Pencils, Port-folio- s, La'p Tablets, Albums, Card Cases Cards, &c.f &c.r ii ucprcing cue,. work. It Kpp.ma to us that tho, UrtiRsnlR. - All U'rtnl .'t.ult- - All scribed. Tho train fhoii backo.il l"ul i'uving " .... ., v...., v ..., . , ..w.Toys in endless variety. and i. Siinprs. Wool KHIiiur. back into Cairo, search instituted, upon their business. true way is for labor to uo paut Wool. W. B- - BROWN & CO.. by the hour instead of by the day, Cocoa and Xapier Matting, Straw two of the three thieves ar of our Ladies7, aim lei employment tneu u Having 'taken charge of tho ' Matting, Hemp, Oil Cloth, &c.,c., resieti, ana janeu. We ask a trial Sam Jones says: "I someMisses', Men's and Boys' .Custom-mad- e many hours as .lnutoal interest, al l0Wrr prices than anywhere in the soitiiers times go to a place and find the T. TfLER-ATTORNEY- S Tho rjOUSE, ' Shoes, which for style, lit may suggest. city. harvesters. of Louisville, passed touching and preacher in tho shafts, pulling Hie ftad darabiHtj, cannot be excelled. Smith, Ellison & Co. eloquent resolutions on the death whole load, with his tonguo lolling t - .1 i.?- - .i. ii. .r.ii UW. They are made specially for us by TJf'T L."H""ii 1 of father Evan. Few memorials . out and the whole church uron the iiiui.au iiia i:t ivvii. 1utiuu-u- , '. ' Ml T .,iivj Baeklfa' Arnica lo. u Judge IT. C. Bailey, for thirty to thc dead could bo more ueautt- - wagon, some dancing some drink- . Ball Joint and Light- Steel Mowers, Jan. Baum & Co., St. Louis, whose The Beat Salve in tbe otM for Cuts, seCured one of the best cooks ever in work is the best. Uruua, Sore, UlcewTSaUiiheum Fever years a citizen of this county, has fill. castom-mad- e ling, some gambling, sotliO fllSSIllg, Hickman, and that no exertion will be tffine Bind.rs. and Drpppera. The CHAM MCKMAN, - - - KSNTUCK-r- : PION m the onlv STEF.L MOWER ever r t sores. Tetter. rhnnn.,'i muds, Chilblains located in Sharon, Tenn.. where aade in St. Louis. Lorry SOIlie praving, SOlllO weeping, SOIllO spared to entertain guests m moat produced. Will sell Machines lower than " Pasturage., bl nanner. to good fare, find at reasonable tdtrrawfa. to yivt entiie ritifnclio . , Corns, and all Skin Eruplion9 a.nd J03' he has purchased a drug store, SOIllO SOlllO tattling, . say of equal quality. fo aft buainefw e- -1 rusterf required, it and will engage Try them once, and you will w ear, tiveiy cure Piiw, or no py in business at Good Clover pastnrajre $2.00 scoldiiiL. . and all ai times taking Ul 111. imUllL li,.lUlC- - XlUuiU ' x WILL attend ?r'u" HELM BROS", t er. Fftclorj,.i,.j t,a''tion, that point. is RuarMiteed to Ive perfect ilf-- only 6y BO tker. New Denot.HiVmanKvf W" lie is a worthy citi per head for horses- - andiJLyO ? r for Office Fur-itu- re .t il.XUK illlittle half dead. day. by thn &,.. . - . .rEw cen" t ' co. v3-sx,xH. faM pFCKchcr, pulling for dear life," , zen, and we wish him success. o. n o COWS. mar6 nJ .1 CTY ITEMS. tldJ3ccJTrffrTv-w"- ; LOCAL NEWS. MLlljiikMU QAPITA. ST J i uy. IIII t-il - 03ST n? i oO'i-'- g i.. DIEOlORS.- ADQUAETERS T3w feei ? Low els dbWCO THE OLD BELIABLB i STOP EilVS EEACHBD sLEii II A ftUfflflw-i'if, smmmw) ir ,&M&m v Mm mwwm U i BY ALL, THA m Vv - .. ni;r, Th3j D LetiEt Stybs. W f Bros, dte Og; Ijrf'rT .Tfeilf e it .A-2n"- l, T WMl i$ THE OLD RELIABLE --- fj ol If "er 0WTrUf b ss PI TTOflH !ou-.e- DMTiR b ' p - ! I j .V- e DRUG-GIST- T . NOTBJi UNDERSOLD. n u; ,.. nvi i 1 ! -- I WHITE e -- "t-'X- . pr w. PRES&RIITIOjSTS SEWING t" S7?ECIA.LTY. MACHINE i j ! m - l. ve e s4W v A u-- KiESXjI.IIiES I . 3. - , M wsml ntt V-1- 1 nnsraa J. BRFVAEWP, klk: -- 1 1 . .."' n ,.,... nf niVwlVrr::.V" ."' - .1.,-i.- HICKMA1T SUTERI-XTENDEX- EOOFING A SPECIALTY3. . -- -.- I iguy J. D. MILLABD & SON, - - -. , 1 s e "-r"- w ! ,', .1 tit-i- . -- "":. - ,"-x- l n-ati- y Architects, i Contract!) rs, I ifn , i o: F v. 6 all-ov- er i. s ....... KEISTTtJCKY. . n-i... , b' s , . ..., . r- ""'.,.. w 1 , I . Vf 1 1 fl C , Wf .- "-- 111 ...... 11 1 I , . g - teti ,- J.i. StheVeS per-on- INSURANCE. 4 - 1 ., . fill MM Ml tt&EHI, LANDRUM & DAVIS, THIED i"" S. -- j - -- , - - PIUB J tvi-imrt- n 2. "-- "'J J. -- t j j ho-....w- .,i j v:,i..ltel I Ba -- I .-ii, coii.?P0rt:;l t001: "" 'li .. :. Stationery I 1 Art Notions. i () T -- f- - '' t .ol-lnr- k... ll 1 mm saw-Illlll- liin-boo- ..-r-- s -- ,"':"; - - ""t" T-r- to-da- y H MRS. JENNIE GARDNEF, De-Bow's - .K0 . ai"",.S,. -- v. jd rjlCKIjN H-A.&- , ""r ?T, - hospita-Shouting.- '" fr 1 i-a- - PJ''TVy.!: Qiu. ggr C3 - 4 ! 'S1. T. i -- ;i, E. . i !9-- m --. 78 . . " . ' r .I m- - -- . & w J fey ., '? , Z ' 3 WgT,g. A I Jib- s swj-n- - A " r l ti 1 ' e v" 1 'Rp .- bJ- !H Qv;.--'-'- - jf J' w Iff1 A T? """ R5 ii 1 A fTJP - Jt - """" MiiKs mm ' ft r Jn ? TL ETJCHANAN lias novr got his Spring and Summer Stock all in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all first-clas- s and reliable, and will be offered for sale at prices that will please all. Call and examine my Goods and get my prices, and you will see at once'that I can and will sell Goods at from ten to twenty per cent. ehoanpvtli.-- nnv other house in this seel ion of count rv. "Rnv Avlmre von can ?et the Best Goods for the least monev that ulace is Buchanan's. Don't forget that H. Buchanan is the man thai keeps the prices down and holds them there. Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for their very liberal patronage bestowed on me in the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. ii i i iUOHANAN, (THE i res -.- HicKKAH'cdraiEB.; - i . V C t O .. W9 ' ?T Ileference has heretofore been 0. is General Indorsamsat of the exempt The following property the In the town elections in Illinois made to charges against Parson .." V . r. n- from taxation under uigaiu&auuu vs. urbanization. last week license or no license wnshieechcr's son, who was appointed President's Dan. new law: !one of the questions before tlie'collector of Poit Townsliend on ' xv in iivf mi niiiicu ruiisiiiiv Timr i mere van quite- a ens in the J. Property of the United States communities, and it is worthy of! Pujrct sound last spring. 'J ho r. u .. klBtlrfcM .' iiwuiuci ui mioiiir rmirriiiii aiu - .mirutiw VV iml..l..n...SlUMJ III' Avon.nt. remark that i:.....v was carntift ia charges allege that when Lcccher otlicr corporations in the nt's iiuy..Hvi '"Cetmhli i..m i.t. ..t nfnnnl,'8c ' tnii(irif , rV 1un VVMUO. it t uvia n!ircnp rtn ....V ... tlii I'linrot ' ...... . ........ .... mtih ftf ... l I'lriTn .....J... . i.V.pV, l.V rii Stiiton imvrt A(T.t,i n.. 'cans endeavorim? to send irtt Mm ' from State taxation. several eases the prohibition iek. .souml steamers i gentleman en- , . of the Common ets -- . Property ". .. wIiiiIh llnnsp nn the Stntn i. l',vweie chosen, but the Grtucrai trusted lnm Willi .hiu witii wiiien 7 " i.auwu io resist, lauor orjraiiiz:i- - Union ei11111' order toinaket amC'ins in result thows that the people of to purchase postal notes; that tions, such as the Knights of La- - 0f workinjr off a lot of huncoi f,o 3- lvo cows, not to exceed fifty Illinois arc moro favonibb to a, when requested to account for tho uor The purpose of this organi- jeches. The House very prot, dollnrs in value; if the two cows strict license sstem than to at-- ' money Heecher claimed to have exceed fifty dollars iu value, the tempted tectotalism. zation is to rairie monev to rehn- - erl, v referred it to O'Xeill's agent License in delivered it to a postal-routhowever, with (ijle.. 'excess only tnaii no assessed ami that State means hjh liicnsc, as .named Temple, withlirections to burse any concern in its ember-s?ii- committee, tuxed; the growing crops; all poul-thMay 15. Some for losses incurred iu resist- tion to report were inclined of try on hand for family use; house-vie- it dnps in Missouri. If ncotde purchase the postal notes. Tern- members to will drink and it appeals that no pie denied having received the ing a strike, and a pledge one to this reference as a respect- - nohl Koods and chattels not to- laws can prevent them they must: money, and after the lap.se of another not to employ a "striker' ful entmbmcnt of the message e"eed two hundred and fifty dol- be made to pay for it by limiting, some time and no little contro-" value; ami provisions on l.n ....... I. .... Hr I.I.W.I.C nli. .in in. vnrci - , Avvnv cfttt 01 II1A ......... '.Ann inp .w or member of a Labor Union. assumiuir that the aibitration bill vv.... . ll)!l!Ilr vI IlliiCO : . . v.. :ilredv renorted to the Ilnn.A hand for family us.e iiui iu e.xcccu IIIU lllHIIlll. UC v.'I.lgv'b vTil" ll. fl,.ii.i,.;,w,i.i,A.n r.. v" t " tl.n ....i"vT i i"v-vk). "I uio.liVfl.vi iwi ' One reputod feature is that the i.lll; valuo two hundred and fifty lUMCailllg and passed would be regarded as cured, ami making them pay the: party from whom he origininally "proprietors will, in certain omer- - tiillv eoveriuir n tiie neuils nf thn uouais. m !in fill' received tlie monev. i;apt. lieecii ,.n. ....... i.;t .. .. rrAwl ;7. T. - er i. Property owned in its .entire-- ' V"""" " ,J ''fvT T " " Keucies, huui, tiou meir lactones country in tins respect, it is and his father have both been .. ... niiMiftjv". it t''i . however, that. the i uvi, uiiuuiii:, uniua ...... iuwili, .Hie iiimi .... throughout the United States! quite possible, in de- a puo-li- before the . . jeetod that tins is dernug . .,.i.:..; :.. ..,... .1.. uuis ucwm.il iwranv un .i. wheu ,,lu,,au ."llLt,ti" t... .i. resu ii, mav ue oinerwise. and i ,a,'nnvi.r.imr.i.t revenue from the rices of in- fenso of the former, but it appears " .. n.;.i...,V, ....c.,r,n ,.M.,i.. ... of such county, city Ultaouiiu 1'ivi v; mi' dividuals. Iiut it would be fairer that the exlauation given was l,orpora.ion b nion. 1 his is a sit - 'I VOIiiv Ilk Oa,ldilioliai legislation. 111. h town. or conti vo t0 indulgence. not satisfactory, and tho Presii3 tax utuw i 4IU.UIO yiinj iu uu it-- u eiu is noi at an inclined to 5. Public scools, churches and- to sav it is anot a onuce, except dent has been tdvised to with- Drinking gretted, and the very realization view the message as in any re all propet tv of seminaries, asv- when indnlgeil into excess. All draw the nomination of nf priRtiPftivft frnntii.x: ciifw.i.i socct coudeiinintory of the :irbi nins, hospitals, infirmaries andnations derive a rove- - jer if he would forestall hirf rejec-nntration bill, and speaking of the colleges, and all other funds defrom the manufacture or sale. tion. make llie people Ot tlie LnitCd ..,,.,.:.:.,,,.,, n ;.,.?.,: lillittV. UIUHIWH." ikulIUU IU voted tni hnr tibl. mini oses, and of strong drink. This is not en- !'""!' bates, irrespective of party, trv ana C;UTy out the President's church parsonages to the extent cnurnsriii'r the sale and use of FiIuii(3N St 533- whether laborers or capitalists, suggestions. He says there s, of 3,000; public cemeteries, trutn uuimi:. t.. it to the statesmanlike efforts nothing inconsistent'in the two cel)t ,,,ose owned by joint stock strong beverages; tax is inpenalty in Mr. 1'Vland has or imposing a severe of President Cleveland, to estab- - very different measures of relief, companies or associations which on it and thereby iliHcouraging ii.'thc Senate a bill to introducedeon-- . wotk the lish au Arbitration Commission to nnd he intends to call on tlm declare a dividend : 1'mtnM, That Sceral years ago a man could iviets upon public works in the nothing herein shall be construed keep a saloon iu Missouri at a counties. The bill iirnviilr that legally such troubles. settle ident at an early hour to talk the .. r, ,.,.,......:.......... .......... ... ... i'.V......w I..l. ci,.,roe of ",l " matter over wun nun. it the ar u tV 'm ' and in - the expeuse of feeding and cloth- State reuse Tax iiitmtioii bill lioftntiics .i !.- atii ii is used or employed for gain of ...'.."..in- i viiiin nil ..,.i laat-iiiiik: !!( 'lii-i- t liiiiibi ii'iii'irii of 3 I'son, nor any property , . 1. All licenses mentioned in the govermentai commission sug- anll sha bo ,,aii by tho counties. 1Iliuiminn of 00 this article, except licenses to sell Jested by tho President is author- - "inch the products rents or uses. n M,BSonri nild t 00(J in inhl0a ViilivKity. y retail spirituous, vinous, or izeil, parties in disagreement would are not devoted solely to the ob-ml lhe reSllIt of the institution, as coi.u-a-- ' ,;e chnile is :i aimiuisliutl uialt liquors, shall be granted by, have at their command two inech- o. Mp f FrTToV Kv the County Clerk; and licenses tbiods of settling U.eir difference- s- 'Mngmshed from peisonal gam f J "iniT'i few decrease in JsS g n fuor ,' sell by retail spirituous, vinous,or' by arbitration through the inter- - of the nd.viduals connected with , (Ilinking habit and a larger , n' aV. two of' 1 othing he institution: I'rol, , 7 , 1,2 granted by vention of arbitrators selected by JJJ n ovL ", t iVo inalMirmora. shall of f d. lkMilr the County Court; bntlhe County 'themselves, but clothed with lim- - herein shall be construed or In 1.1 The high license sy.t em has! any house, lot, land, -Court shall not grant a license to, ited official powers, or by reter- " '"'hIo h hl n ulo.t ratifj ing improve- nrc ?0 Bell spirituous, "vinous, or malt' ence of their disagreement to the land or other property ot any m- u habits of the people bffl""r n" nV ,io il ". ui iiM.iii.uito company. jBlIiMOIiri honors until ten davs' notice shall three government eommissioiieis. , pai ntmrs ami Ktatuarv "o. iu.m ,nu ihuhKui iu be given, by posting a written or Failing to agree upon arbitration be serious and may prove fatal. by counties, cities and printed notice at the door of the by either of these methods the l.i owned rn "c" A Stranger's Pinnil itri.n In! ii'I'iTt- - l.itiiiil .iiti'i.ntimi nf LU XJourt-bousand at least four bor commissioners would &till have towns are likewise exempt from . vt t avi. V , - VUmiit.J.LUI tn .....-!-, r uapr.. public places in the neighbor hood full authority of law to conduct taxation. btone peusuiii monomamacR, 'says aeon G AH is main wiere the liquor is to be sold, and 'an investigation on their own mo tained U$property which taxation temporary, 4,is a provision for ex general State Judge J. ). Atchison, tion and report for nub'.ic in for- soldier.s of the. last . war who were lfbe majority of the citizens the .. .. . uy fMiKiinrfi rfriMiuv sniMii :i ii:u liiiioi any o. wnror r.-- . t mvtpVi 'a trentesir .'f rnitsiii"tiieN e"v7"KeY3miT3' tiAVauit thejplicatiou it shall be refused.' -"' v -- , ut u Supreme CouH. While thcrejlie "" afternoon Law TheCountv Court in each instance derly was asked had accidents since which i. V" '" shall determine what constitutes what he thought of the President's "uand ti.n v..v...u.,v. fl.... ,. To lessen the class of property """"'" among other Messenger, lie had not exempt from taxation. message. lie replied the neighborhood. heMiid : had time to read it carefully, but liThe public will leani with reTo describe property more defi- things of Kentucky's best uicm- The above is tho new State "One had glanced over it and liked it as nitely, in order to help in its propgret that is cense law iu regard to selling far as it went. "It ia not just bers. for a new member, is W. J. dangerously ill with fin Arthur aggravaer assessment. First District. He of liquors, &c. what I want though," be said. "I To hold Assessors to a stricter 'Stone,man the ability, honesty and ted form of Blight's disease, which, a of 1 want a leparimeni 01 lauor. with its serious complications, accountability in dealing with al- puritj, devoted tothe best inter- - precludes the hope of recovery. doctoring these ucs don't believe That Back Down his district and the public, 1 want to go to the To give tho Assessor a better est of A Now York Herald correspon- - troubles. is one of the hardest work-- ' and It is said that Blaiuo is laying " ' ... lll.t in mn,m n .,l!n.rn,l ,nn..t r.f luvi medicine. ,'. ami strict the wires to have an attempt made .v,.v... . uUt "' ".7 " JLiiey relieve the1 SCISOU 01 tUC ear HI WHICH 10 crs here. His candor Tr.1 0 lYniHitit llltn .... .a senate executive session, initkos .. i.it.ni.ili. 1.. n riiiiiv w. ...... tllf. to defeat Edmunds' return to the .i. - work. 7 nmc, uui, t.s a .:... i... uis To impose a penalty upon prop- - iiiiv'iiv Mr.Ldmunds say that the soldier paneiu tor back 0 mIUf hicucontidenco of the House, and no negs comeg Tho for neglect of certain new member iu it has a greater or Seuato from Vet moot. An organuuBi...B isuuuui p.ayeti oui;; uiai, niattcr ized opposition will undoubtedly be serion8iVflllli earfi. waa ilm.e demagogues to drop . fulI slU(lied. Vle need a depart- - duties prescribed. more desened popuiaiity. If he confront the distinguished To pay the Assessors a percent-- ' a 1t, and thattho president has ment of labor to ltdi rnoArln.l rt age upon valuations instead of so speaks it is to the House on to ght toapponitand remove whom pending question, and not mako a carcflll aml cou. Jie chooses, rbenator Hoar is re - jstant study of the labor question much for evory "legal voter'' empty desks for his constituents Jay Gori.n has sent his check found. Jpresonted as declaring that the read. He is a plain, candid, for w tn :icA nni, P,.ftllI. to Ham Williams, a depuTo start the Sheriffs to collcct-- I to matter-of-facbrand Army has become as dan mend action at any time. Arbi- practical business iug the taxes at an earlier date, man, and Congress needs more ty slieriff who was shot and seri0 rms as the Knights of Labor tr;itinn Rlinnlo lie COUUncton from in order that the money may reach ously wounded while defending .! a m n Mntvit a ip -litAM 4vxtJiiii&ii in iiiaiit: AAn..n.r.nl (kj department." just liko him. Ho is on the """- iatvL' the property of the Iron Mountain "IHIC the treasury by the time it is needof War Claims to which railroad. ine irresiueiu 01 surrenueriug 10 ,Jn W. O. McDowell of the ex- - eu. lltese;oxe, - auuonermaiiispicmr -- jecHtivc boanl 0f the Knights of To require frequent and prompt has been referred two thirds of ed as inflating'the senate to con ,Labor said : "The message is 'the bills introduced this session; Klection Notice. firm Democratic appointments. first.class anll a UIOvo in the right settlements with Sherifis, as a help he has reported from his commitA little mortr of this sort of thibg djrect; ou fiut it does not go far to keeping their accounts in good tee more important bills than any An election of the qualified voters of the aud the execunvo session will be enouh. 'My recommendation is order. other member, and has secured city of Hickman, will be held at the City To dispose of lands sold for the passage of every bill he lias Hall, on Monday, the 3rd day of May ' nowhere so utiivopular as among that oxecutive department with taxes without involving State' District should nest between the usual hours for the purthenators. a C!lbhl0t minister at its head ownership in the matter of titles.1 reported. The First means for they pose of taking the vote on tho question of liceming saloons in the city. The quesTT" "TT should be created and that the To secure more eflieieut work return him by all man.'' - Attoeney GEXEftA.i tion to Ins voted on if, "Are you for or Garlakd control of external navigation or from county Boards of Supervi- cannot get a better njrunut the inning of license to retail and tteatified before theTelephone Com - itho mcrcantile shipping interests sors, and to permit certain moneys tipple npirituous, vinous and malt liquors, aUtee, Mud 'that "he had never lll0W iieiu i,y the treasury should to be expended in the counties in in the city of Hickman?" 'l:!f.'rn is Coming. attempted to mako any money ex - oe turned over to it. i5y having which collected instead of first YV. L. McCUTCIlEN, Attes, Gitv Clerk. cept by law and- - pouer imd al - ,an executive department cont roll- - being sent to Frankfort. A dispatch from Cleveland, 0., ways lost iu poker and gonotally nig internal ami e.iuniai says: Many residents of this Hickman, Ky., April 23. 18S6. pi: uuare mncli wuiiui im. Xiiiiiiui;niiu u V s. "railroad and marine iu vvnai;i9aeikiaiQ ueans. !mmt.....:.m.ft foraiarmeu ocr fieveRli months And Attornej- General Garland matters I believe the present dif- I,,c..ll. of a thick bluish fog, which does not elevate himself before ficulties could be reached and an The PHYSICAN AflD SURGEON, Desha Pickett,! J ph s lo i8bll0 fr0Ill tho earlIl. of regulation es- the State buperintenden of Public,' equitable system the American people when talksence js rt.o:mied by KENTUCKY HICKMAN, list ributo this wi ing so glibly, under the solemnity tablished." Beck is outspoken in collversaiit with its previous his Professional Services to Senator ,:'for the payyear - nr n lA ,lftrA oc of au oath, about his poker play- praise of the President's message incut about $1,000,000 the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. of common school teachers. an1.oadlin emlciIlio of jn!G-'8on the labor question. lie says It ho could add to this amount ing investments. fjU.t cite(1 bv t ,s if ho conld have his way ho would another .1,000,000, and continue tho who ft Riular rh tlie clm. tlu.ou weMt ESTRAY NOTICE, KeatMcky'ti RepreNcntnfltr. tmo Allan G. Tlinrnmn, Joseph ior a. nuiuuer oi ears to semi out lr r . ' f E. McDonald and Roscoe Conk- - ni ituirnncnrl niiinniit fT mniiov it rri ltmrriinN . ni i.nii mimi TiKPn im ru a alrav Iv T-- - lllianm LonUillle Putt Srcil. road, about uommlBslonorj, and , tl ronb0" his '""".on the Washington, April 21. An old ling as labor OOLaycar. oiicu a ;s iroual)le Ul!lt a lietler clasVof l",S,' l "' "" Z J ,Z "".L: 'V.r.r ov.wm, . . .. , i" ib wouUl row U1, in tll0. ".!m,t oiaie ui i.uu- House said that give them 10, teichers member of the in. .iii'iu, in uiiiiniy, woum coiiun.imi nit state, that tho attendance ui)oi)t:ii l"- "iraut" , i. i.;0 :.. ..l.v. nr, r,i nn.i ci-iA,i.;frt, no State had made such an ad- commission vance in favorable representation respect of all parlies aim wuu,u tlie COinmOll Schools WOIlld be - .....:i ..i.i .n !.. wvuaaB- ' veara old. marked with tindcrbk in thr i. : i. i Ill i.iim. inn. t. settle the labor troubles spin in tne leu, and that the popular re- - ttt.ltt,tl0 V.I.fcJVxv iu the House as the State of Scientists here, nglit ear, anu It. Williams before ana aphad creased, iera epidemic. me, at praised by J. Senator Van wyck' said he would bo,.,.!, Congress. Said has in this oMniltjntl i,.1H iw.n ,.niio,i five dollars. Given under my card for education "The new Representatives, read the message and he thought strengthened. Such an object is t0 t,;o fjl(jt beHove that conditions judge of Fulton County Court,hand as he: March of the President a very amiea at inroug n ine mcinou oi favoral)0 to Stone, Taulbee aud Wadsworth, the creation of this 30, 18S6. R S. MURKELL, J. F. C. C. are men far above the average as good one and that good results lieilerai aid. ine btate can ac i'nir nn f:ivnr;ihl - to the Bnread nf ... . -- , apr2 cept or refuse a Federal appro- cholera contagion. workiug members and iu gentle-- ' might be attained. manly intercourse. Kentucky will priation at will, so that no right of CHOLERA IN VENICE. LOWER and LOWER. Recently a bill passed the Sen- tho State is infringed upon. If regain her lost influence in legisrelating to tho money, once placed in consays that All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. The Cologne Gazette lation by sending such men to ate amending the laws bribery iu popular elections. Un- trol of Dr. Pickett, is misapplied, cholera has broken out at Venice, as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be Congress. JOHN WJTTiNG. der the law. as it now exists. ,no it is not tho fault of the United and that the officials there are undersold. The E4acatlenal Bltl Sleeping, one cau be punished for selling States. Xo other plan has been concealing the fact. EETHE'SALOOjSt, SparUl to tbe LoalitllteTiiur. his vote, unless tho fact bo prov-e- proposed in Congress than is out- Washington, April 23. The by one witness, and then that lined above. Xobody has underTnERE are still indications of IlESOKT. friends of tbe Blair Willis Educa- wifuess must be strongly corrob- taken a measure of control or in- - itrnp iinnii tlio l!nrntiP!in horizon A before any conviction can terference with the school system ,lVnn, tional Bill attempted to have it orated ,1(1 R.rnBinv ,.nntin..n FRESH DEER constantly on tup. reported this morning but failed bo had. This- statute has never at any State: nobody has proposed ilovvcI.at , t,0 Tobacco, of the best brands. u oti,er, signally; only five out of the La- been enforced fo the reason that any change in the school olhcials Greek am "unspeakable Turk" Patronage solicited. nov bor Committee of thirteen are the corroborating evidence could or the creation of any new omces; ,ave alrea(y exchanged a few reN- result noliody lias oitereu any new conise l0t coiniimonts. Franco has nev known to be for it. Mr. James, never be obtained, and the who is one of the five favoring is that merchandise fir suffrage of study ror the common schools. er ceased to entertain thoughts of the bill, says he sees no prospect has gone on unchecked. If the appropriation should be revenge for the overwhelming and of its being reported this session. made bv Congress and Kentucky humiliating defeat she received ATTORNEY Ar LAW The proposition of President should accept a share ot tlie money- in the war. Bemecratlc Economy. Cleveland, in a snpoial message it would be as fully under the conColloctor, Real Estate Agent Daring the first nine mouths of to Congress Thursday, on the sub- trol of the State as is the iund TnE State tax this year in the Iscal year, which ends June ject of the.labor trouble, for the now disbursed by Dr. Pickett. cents. The will bo fifty-on30, 1886, there was an increase of creation of a commission of la- There is not the slightest excuse HICKMAN, KY. to the contra- rate already provided is over $7,000,000 iu the revenues of bor, to bo charged with the con- for the insinuations and a half cents. Tn addition the Government, as compared sideration and settlement, when ry which form tho principal objecWill attend promptly lo nil busl cents, for IfiTentrusted him in Southwesten plan. there is with the same period last year. possible, of all controversies be- tions urged tothe Federal-aineg5 building tho branch penitentiary Kentuc.v and Northwestern Tennessee The expenditures were over tween capital and labor, has tho Christian tem at Eddyviile. Next year, the tax Special attention given to the investiga less than for tbe Baine pe- merit at least of substituting PaThe Women's cents on the tfon of Land titles, aud the purchase riod in the preceding year, mak- cific arbitration in lieu of physi- perance Union has begun a cru- - will be fjan8 Btle'ef Real Estato. 100 valuation. ing a net saving of $23,000,000.. cal force, boycotting and strikes. Bade against cigarette smotcts ?BS the :.: V Wt . problem. li opi-- i iy 81ia;t m. 1 1 (rt :i T:s:i , High License in Illinois, I.imii. l!-- The Beoeher Charges. BARTER J. 51 GROCER"pul-li- c - i tiMictu : MR. i i 1 1 MONTGOMERY, to bis A W 1. I :.:.. .... i v ititj ..-- ,- j - &-- o - - - bich Lj all kinds of Fmilt Gkocemis, tti sen r.s low as tlie lowest ue is rea-- j dy at all times to exchange Greceiies at cash prices for IJutter, Epps, Cliickens.far any kind of markelinp timr the fnimlDg friends may bring in. lbe bigbent rear ket price nlwnys puid. be has opened a new and fresh friends and iLe I hat fiipplj of I - J.M. MONTGOMERY k I5RO. J e LATEST STYLES A H I2ST p e w S! E3KE 5PJ , J M vis B1 g ..-- 7 - ... 1 , .1 :.. 1 I V v- - b,, . Mini MB , m. -- ll , j: ffh r, J ki - J.i. iCi Lj Lfl jiiv-jim- i ; 1 Maa, J)I)ITrrIlj) l v.,. -. , (Reii: gjirsj fc SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Pi Faius & Pakkeb, KENTUCKY STREET, i .K, , , - .- - ui-v- u .ii...i c sub-committ- "'l ' - , 1 . tllii jjii wm mm orgaxdib lira IAMB, HORSES, BUGGIES and IIACKS. Having purchased the stable, horses and entire outfit of W. F. Pluroroe r we propose to continue the business, and solicit patronage constantly KEEPS sale on hand for hir , ; V AND PLAIN PIQUA. have a large variety of white Dress Goods, Laces and Embroider- ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mits, Best line of Ladies' and Misses' Hose, Corsets, &c. . e have a fine' assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-- 1 made bhoes and Shppcrs, which we guarantee togivesatislaction. Custom-mao- e Clothing, - latest style and lowest price. J lats, blurts, i i i" WTc i - W. DiESTELBRIKK i beecu-Christia- n o Family Groceries. irouole to sliow poods. J andome and see, at tbe comer of Troy and Moscow Avenue. Eist Uiekmm, Ky i ' "" ex-ral- ly Co.iit "VfO spco to nairys all arlioles. bul no : . i ' j . . ii-.-- I ... i I-i- i - - - w i"i't. , . - e-- r 1 11 i- - i - - S5f-,- 0, ' Jts $m .v j 1 f ?"! - et-I.;u- Doore, lQa T Sash, i. n lv Wimls, p aints S . m&viihi (Sat' ' in" J ? T7 T? ffe-- j fe ii-irvuujir- T A ATNft ? ' n,Ll,l ,, !ftw n5 nnv ami Oils; very J. AlIBRG'S SONS, " loi-- . l,n. H. C. 11 (DAVIS' kinds of JUDGE. OLD STAND.) s i TS 2 i-a- - ,.,.,, ,'.: M J h ll, J)J Jl & . " f" 171 T3 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ' i E j .4 D 0 fe? IX-- fit -- M dflnT3 BEBI oru sually kept in a prices. uisce-meaa- t, first-clas- bouse, at bet TEAS, i, M Bh,bfel.at I FXCr CAA'DIES, pickles crxa'berhies, jiojijnt, grits 3D lEL Tnr -- "- - " e, . -- -- w.j, I O. B. KINGMAN, BALER "WJ Siiar, Si J Coffees, Soaps, M 9 &tv &0 111 fWW, j ' !,.. Sicr''' ..,.. "' 1 - H a rdw are, III. S'VilI not be Will pay undersold. full price for Butter, Eggs, I & PARS UEPLBHBNT8. Co's Old mwai iC, Stand ) ra E1GKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. (Clinton S'rcct, Ccrnnn sox- - "23 C- - "HS era 3JE0S DEALER . i;-- - m , 111 i v.. , ,'::., ;n:i-.iifi- , ! j ,,., iiv erty-owuer- s ' Vcr-monte- r. ,., ,, ,n,t0 ,' j j j i STONES. lC3 AVING received r fine lot of Awe can and Itnlinn Mprble, 1 Em jr ata 9 pnreu to nil nil oruers. v.aii anu tin ur work I have secured, permanently, one of the finest workmen in the Stile, and will mike Orders from the country rrcmplly roofing and tinninp peeiaky. may'JK Motto I will not lie umiercoM, even in larger cities- - Ss:yh.isg Sar Q IS Italian and American JIauui.b MONUMENTS., TOMB AND GRAVE ta F i j t, F. E. CASE, DKALEll IX "1 r , i coni-imitt- ee 1 ; - j Family (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) erally. Groceries; AXD ALSO. I ' j Nets, Seine, Lines, Hooko, ami allkiml of tishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar gain. Groceries and Family Supplied gen I11CEMAN, JUST --. KENTUCKY, WOOD istewx CARLISLE firm! I4TTUS . l.I?i... ... OPENED, withncw STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish ItIGS for hire. re.noanble. l'jtronace salicited. irans-ponatio- n, - , fmTX. a., 0 lion-Jose- 1 fris. HERTWECK, BALTZER oct30-lSS- 5 W. G. KINGMAN. & CO. isi c -' ,,. ";; i - 111- ' Ken-tack- y .:, i i .,.,.. TJ '"' .. I ! -- - S- I I I Ujcr-bur- i !f" i.. . 'HmtmmCP I CS -I- -r JKgSBI Hickman Kentucky. xaq- - MANUFACTURERSOP xox AH kind? of Furm Machinery, Plowst, ImplemcntR, Wagons, &c repaired on hliort notice and workmanlike manner. Xo?New Wagons, &c made'Mo order. mar5 hi SHOP. md . OrocerXes., 2 5cts 1 haTe no clerk expnsss no store ren and pay cash for all my Groceries, and berefore can sell as cheap as the cheap at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon JOHN WITTING. Lower than the-Lowe- s I kJ i . iia "" t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low HOW TO SAVE f0NE.Y. We are "Wholesale Headquarters the-ide- a tor al ! - -- gradei of acd CIAES aud will job to dealers only at Factory prices; also the CHEWIK&. SMQS:K& 70SAGCQ J. W. COWG1LL, xEA.iiEK DRUGS, PATENT ' u PI-EASAX- T - , cTl. I handle. MEDICINES -- isi E !l imB0i Infei )k isnt iell Trusses AND the market. "We also keep constantly on hand a choice Refection-o- f Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Fruits, which we will sell vcryjlow for the cash. Please call and see us. I he best in Mh Mil and Imm: IM M FUllJA A BeBOW. Saddlery aijd Harness Abdosicil Supports Franco-Prussia- n a.3srr PAINT S PLUIjMER & FARRISS, -- Ken-tuck- y e TOILET KRTICLES forty-seve- n Jacltson St , opposite Courier Office - - KY. IIIPKUAS, k WELT- - "selected stock of Saddles anif OL Harness. New work made to order. Prompt attention iren to - three-and-a-ha- lf d &c, Sec, p. &c. j &c, &c,r&c. svftcr 10 16,-6M,6t- O -- forty-seve- n SS?Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or Jght ,vw5 . b'clock, of any kind. lie has secured the services of that well known and excellent workman, Uncle Bob Farri"sp which of Iteelf is a giramntec of good anil faithful otk. 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