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ENVELOPES, ZiBTTBR-HSAI- J Street, next door to Qty HalL OEOROE WARREN, Editor. pnpoa " O.NtoiMi rr::TW "MBS- - ETC.. 31, rJMCE OF SUBSCRIPTION, ftl.50. a ESTABLISHED CONFEDRATE MONUMENT. Laying 1S59. tont- - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, BIOT AT CHICAGO. A KCJCKY, 11rt ETa 'i'L FRIDAY. MAY I 7, ISS6 commonwealth. iAirktuiil Uram. - VOL. IMs-iage XXL-fi- B. I THE SENTIMENT. How tho Montgomery Demonstration is Regarded. Farnr-tlil- r THE HILL, STATUK. Great Day for the People or Georgia The Northern Soldier K'ndly Spoken of, and (iruttt and to-da- y of the Cornet .tone at &MXTJ1 CONGRESS. Session. SENATBTtaO aV'VfJ?0'- - A,Hl rryyi V1? rayno invoMipHtion from tho 10 legislature was ' Submitted Mr Pnvnn ,uu- persona (tatelnenl. after vrhlnh thll - was reportreferred to the Comm.tte on privlWres and" Elections. At 2 p. in. the Inter-SUlCommerce bill was taken up. Messrs Conger HNfSCtillom. O i over. Shermati. amend-memctand discussed Mr. Camden' 5:30 p. in. the Senate went into session and at 5:55 p. ni. adjourned. Hy"EA Senate bill was passed extending for Iwi months from the mth or April, lvu. th OIltiM of the clerk ! the AlaLnnm Cialni-CourTho 4th and Mli it Mnv wen- set apart fortthOTwin-fcJeratini- i l liisincs reported fnftCiJhe CoiSjTiiH." on Military Affairs. I.iili.ii Coiiim.tlee.Hiid (afPaO'NoiNilt). S(cjHt& had ai'niiniTf om un H'leged o t,. n THE VCc ami Uiifavomtile Comment on the Speech ami Krcriition of JcflVr- son Daxis. fck ready, presenting a surface of thirtv-flrCoLCMnrs, O., April SO. The demonstrasquare. Near at hand stood thecorner- tion in honor of Jefferson Davis, and his fet DWUU.OU wmcii, a, raised letters-- was the utterances at tho Montgomery (Ala.) demsuiiptiuu: "Lorner-stoulaid bv ex- monstration, have been the subject of se- rresiaent Jefferson Davis. April 29, vere criticism here The Times u ppoMifl tine r n i (Iem.) headlines the indignation rrieetin of Soldiers at Albany, last night, as fol- form for the speakers. Tho proces-Bio- n formed in front of the Exchange lows, but says nothing editorially: "WantH"tI J,,, daughter. ex Goved, at Albany, a with his club, ernor atts H., H and wanted quick. The Empire Capital vuuiniian oi and Committe ofTt.mk.. tho Atmno-mentthe were in a carriage lrawn bv fool the , .. " war oti itiA " rnejj leu ny a negro m Hv.vy. " . . . magoAcpntainae ln .. .i o , o to-da- MoAfioviEKT, Ala., April l9 - rae Cp-ito-l Six Thousand Mon Attack tho 11 o'clock grounds presented Workmen at tho McCormick an animated scene. The whole hill-toand Reapor Works. premises were covered with people "ath-ereto witness tho laying of the Jer-ston- e of tho Confederate monument. Tho 'Are sJiot In the ?nbt foundation of tho monument only wsu Several quent Encounter With the I'olli-c- . Kiner., A In. to-da- v af p d Iron j v.- -. Mr-l"aT- fool-kille- r, i "rtitelf v if-,- f,r s, b ..a - , .s utterances-Th.S7- n .r.-.,-fun-ert- tell whether the demonstration - atWnJo Montr of the Confederacy Srmn7JS lh? tten.,,,t.lt it appears too lively correction, and that for a funeral. .mashixoton, April 30. The ive the e.FrV.deoftho Co, reception at Alabama's capital was the general of conversation amonir memYr.. f Vi u IT1 .: anI ;!. ll v "" a .... ' comments favoratho to were there Mr. allowing himself to be tho tl, i..J Davis .Smgteton, V.TJES" within he" .- 1"?' of the South-tand prevent his ling honored v ?ho e who made him their leader ls?l It,, natural that he shonl.l "w s,.ru .t ir ova- u J!L tion.thathewas, but if he says h patriotic in his address he should beu-befo- re he loaves town, it max be the press YorthT"' the that the South is sa?I,R Milliw?bell,11- and ,he Confederate Cag ing. liie ovation means but one thine " said nnothcrgprominent Southerner. .1- - to commemorate the brave and dead of the Souii,. and it was but fl hero c T that Imsonn; k1hVdeIiv.T headdress. Ilo enemies, and in years he can do the countrv neit&r harm nor good. He. asks notbnis from tlw Government, and but a private cmzei, u kmii-ko-, .Miss,,,. April , he " PV.?,li paper of the Stated tl i"T, ti- 5" o Cf.1 "l'-- Da, Kd 1 by survivors of tho Sixth "Alaba ma and other Confederate veteran. The was preceded by n earslrj and artillery escort, and was further ma''" t of other local military, the uniform rank Knights of.Pytb.ins-- , Grand Commander of Knights Templar, and Masonic bodie?f'"iu t parts of the State. The along tho route wero entbv'histie, cheered enthnastus. cflf'dent, waswitlitheComiaitteeof ally He tookhisseat , the Memorial behind him Mrs t.oodwin, the Misses Davis nnd Gordon ou his left and General Gordon on his right "Watts, ofllcers of the Sixth Alabama and others were on the platfoi m. Ihe Sixth Regiment was present aU' as were tho trustees of tho Soldiers' Monument Association, Colonel AV. L. Bras.?, prw-os-io- diff.-ren- donion-strutiiii- is AsM-iation- m. It Jones, Colonel W. W. Serous and Governor O'XeaL Before the seni.es began ( olouel Bragg presented Mr. Davis e'egant iV, a, Boling baskctofilowersfr.ini Major Hall, who lives this city. Major Hall is a descendant of Georgia's Lyman Hall. He wav a noted opponent to secession, bat had eight sons in the war, seven of whom gave heir iu me. i. onieueracv, and carres lead in him as evidence ofthe eictittt his devotion. An earnest praverwas offered by Rev. Andrew, of the M. E. Church. Mr. Davis was presented bv W atts. and the former made a brief speech, mainly reviewing tho events of the late TOr. In conclusion be said: 'Permit me to say that though the memory of our glorious past must ever be dear to us, duty points to the present and the future. Alabama having resumed her pla-nionht vours to f ul-T n fsoutli. H. obligations devolving upon ery that would .ai things at Montgomgood citizens seeking to restore the Genhave eral Government to its pristine purity, and " as iesi you may promote the welfare and happiness of vour common countrv Long applause. Mr. Davis then paid a Saved the Hangman a Job glowing tribute to the love and devotion of the Southern women to the Confederate ., Allll ai(;iI, Bcno.yt X Italian convicted vesterdav of soldiers during the four years' conflict. Governor Watts then turned over the rest the munler of Aatonio Rw-v- : at the Jones of the proceedings to the Grand Lodge of Quarry, this city, and sentenced to be Masons, who laid tho comer-ston- e according to Masonic rites. The first article deposited in the stone was a Confederate batr by Miss Davis. court. roon ,n U,he" U,,tictHl 'ro r -- JlavorlleoscGcncrani'. W. Allen. Clo-nel- c0ii.g - SfiMd?"-0'-- lo l.r ' ii 1 " tie-fla-g ,,,rSO,, "cealed in a n ?er S BURIAL OP THE MANIAC. vokl"S tobacco. Four hours afterwards he was fouu.i in mM iS H? USed, ich hi The Husband, Under r.uard or Two Jlen, Attend the Funeral of Sirs. Smith, miaL?,u.t Khl 'a,5t to bo,d "fl r. rCateDed the ror hanet s J., April 29. The funeral of Mrs. Smith, the maniac mnrderesj Tw Oleomargarine Bill. and suicide, who brained her four children, ni.voTo.v, April aa-- By the new bill at Harmony, near this placo on FridavLtHi, l0nSrTT8Utat!n t,le nianuracfure took pla'ceTthis nibmlng. eVrcmainwVre' oleomargariue, tho same are required to pay a specialmanufacturers interred inEdna, who grave with that of her tux of tvn baby girl, was murdered bv tha n insane mother. The tSt,mm'TWs0 a",, husband -'' and father, guarded by two men, wns alH packages FRATRICIDE AND SUICIDE. containing oleomargarine lowed to attend tho funeral. He seemed do,?nHU, oleonwgann" not to realize the fact that his wife was A Tounj Man !oe from tiiitlay-schnrrT" pay of ten ents per iwu.d ami dead, and inquired several times for her. to Commit a Terrible Crime. Before the mourners returned from tho Limoi-n- . 111., May ; funeral of d Charles Deane, " ,m,H?ed a UX l m,etl" loy, Rufuv,Mrs. Smith the cent whose head was split open a resisted young farmer, lesiding two from the forehead to tho back of the right miles ear. died, making the second victim of his and east of Elkhart,hi- in this county, shot More Murderers Sentenced. instantly killed - brother, Leveretto mother's frenzied act. The physicians aw Fokt Smith. Akk.. April ..., now sanguine that tho lives of tbo other Deane, last evening. He then went to hiImlian Tciritory murderers have hi'ine. locked himself in his room, and shot nve.ved two children will be saved. their death himself through the heart. The brothers and unless the President interfeies wdl be banned Jiilv n were Xi and 35 jears respective) y, and bore More Shooting at East St. Louis. an excellent reputation as peaceful qn,l ,'-f- l 29. Altout six quiet East St. Lons, III., April nmulererof a whitu man named Wvricfc citizens. There had been ill feeling June. Ism. F;,t. u n disturbance, which al between them for some time, but the cause o'clock uhite. who Dav.es also white. laH most assumed the proportions of a riot, of it is unknown. Leverette received one the iroln TZFV WU" atwn, Tonyi'v". L,," occurred in East St. Louis. A freight-- shot in the head and three in from abdomen. "H Juh last: Sunday-schoreturned l,hckasaw $unf;iJ:r,,"!'uite.lio tilled handler named August Brondtoes and Belt J Charles bad just when he did the shooting at Elkhart Claik Gibson Line Engineer at the school he signs Ma3 ' ak Wbl,e' in t along MissouriJohnjvenue, were walking While in anj thing but showed no state of when they being his usual of by four mind. suddenly attacked were were knocked down and men. Both Badly Burned. badly beaten with brass knuckles and Four Prisoners Escape From Jail. Caiko. April :).-- $. singular acci- billies. Gibson succeeded in drawing his dent orcunvd at the Smger works revolver, and as the men fled he tired four Cincinnati, May 3. -- On making his shots, two of the bullets passing through a rounds through tho corridor of the county A damper in iho chimney of the himar-Hiriied suddenly, shutting off tho draft, saloon across the street. He did not bring jail this morning Turnkey Reynolds disSeveral hundred people mid causing Hames to puff out of the furl down any thing. in a moment, and the covered that he was four prisoners short iu flocked around doors. Tress Brown, Hivnian. and militia were summoned to protect the the person of Moses Murphy. "Win. Moore, mice Jlarry Wilson, engineer, were standing m wounded men. There wero no arrests, but John Scott and Wm Ke,med. The men trout of the flrn ,l0ors, and tin, Humes Gibson recognized two of the men wfcc gained entrance to the balls by sawing tho nurmil Itrown badly in the fare and Wilson on the left arm, fiom shoulderto r,st. assaulted him as Tom Stanton andJamei grating over the windows of their cells, Ellis, strikers under indictment. and descended on a gas pipe to the floor betoroun may b injured internally. low. This gave them an entrance to the first floor of the jail on the'north side. The Troops Pursuing the Apaches. Mysterious Murder ot a Child. saws were again brought into use on tho "Washington. April 29. The Adjutant bars of the outer window. Tlnis the men XniKAgu Citt, Neb., April :0.- -. t 5 General of the Army has received the fol- made a way to the court yard, from whence o'rlock lavt evening Delia Sliellcnlx-rger- , passed into tho street. girl, was told to scrub a lowing telegram from General Miles, dated they at Tucson, Ariz.: "The Apaches in small tlfght of stairs leading to n Ten Eight-HoMovement at Chicago. iiiinutes afterward her father found tho numbers have been committing serious girl lying Ht the foot of the steps with her depredations in the country east nnd adjaChicago, May :t It was estimated last cent to the Sonora railway, from thirty to throat cut from ear to ear, and a bloody carving-kniflying bode heri It was a one hundred nnd fifty miles south of tho flight that 40.000 of the 2i'.0OO wage work(April 27) killed one ers of Chicago have already profited by tho murder, as is proved by the character of bqundarv. and tho wound, but there is no cleu by which nten north of the line, near Calabasis, eight-hou-r movement. About (m.OOO are Ariz. Our troops and thirty men of the supposed to be out on a strike this mornthe mystery can be solved. Mexican troops under Major Rcis. have ing In many instances, where largo been in active pursuit, both crossing the Frightful Double Accident. bodies of men are solidified under a trade line and following the raiding parties." Bhiikjepoiit, Conn., April . movement, long strikes are threatened if 7 o'clock the preseut attitude of the employers is this morning the first passenger train Saturday Half Holiday. maintained. Previous to Saturday l.OiA) from New Voik struck and killed August Albant, N. Y-- , April 29. The Governor brewers, as many bakers, NV) furniture achalowfci. aged his signed Mr. Cantor's Saturday half holiday workers and l.fiiX) clothing cutters had daughter Mary, twenty years, at tho WarThe standard gas bill became secured a reduction of tho working hours. ren avenue ciossing of the Consolidated bill without the Governor's signaload. Two horn's which theuulucky man a law ture, the time having expired. nas driving ncre also killed. Escaping Convicts Killed. Louisville, Kt., May ;k While the The Cincinnati Elec'ion Trouhli. Triumphal Tour of Davis. were going out of the stockade at the Columhi-s- , April 29- .- The report "made to Kensee coal mines-- , near Atlanta, (is., April SO. Jefferson Dars the Ohio Senate y by tho Rejmblican this morning, three of themJelbco. Tenn., n as conveyed from Montgomery to Atlanta section of the investigating escape. A white convict wasattempted to shot dead, iu great state and iomp. The se-cicommittee, makes a reTiew of the evidence and Win M. Brudlev, colored, was fatally traiu was profusely decorated with of 550 witnesses, and an inquiry consuming shot through the body. A plot for the esflags, ribbons and flowers, the Confederate forty-fivdays, and concludes that tho cape of all the convicts was also discovered colors'being- conspicuously displayed. At four Republican candidates were, elected in tune to frustrate it. various points along the lint" there were by majorities ranging from 932 to 1,455, great shows of military, cannon flags nnd and are entitled to seats. The Democratic The Missouri Pacific Strike Ended. blossoms. Mr. Davis briefly uddiesfed tho members of the committee, on the other St. Lot is. May 3. The Knights Executivo throw out precincts which are recheering crowds, followed in each iiiitanco band, mornby General Gordon At Atlanta tbero was tained by the Republicans, and claim that Board will issue an order a grand reception. Here Mr. Davis will the four Democratic candidates were ing decmring the strike on the Gould assist in unveiling the monu- elected by majorities ranging from 200 to Southwest System of railways at an end, ment to Senator Ben Hill. Sunday he will bOO. The reports are made thespecial and the striking Knights will present themselves lor employment to the different order for next "Wednesday. go to Macon and Savannah. railroads. The Week's Failures. Wife Murder and Suicide. A striking similarity to black walNew Yonic, April SO. Tho business failnut, it is said, can now be manufactures throughout the country during the "Wis., April 29. This forenoon Racine, ured from poor pine by the following last seven days, number for the United .Joseph Uhlier, a farmer aged seventy-nin- e States 169. ana for Canada IS. or a tntni f years, and residing in the town method: One part of "walnut peel e. of Cale1W7. as compared with a total of KM last tract is mixed with six parts of water, week, and 1SJ the to the last. donia, proceeded to the homo of his The Western and Pacific States this week, nnd shot his wife through the body, in- and tho wood is coated with tho soluf furnish about of the eutite num- flicting a mortal wound. He then nrocecd- - tion. When the material is about half ber of business casualties reported. dry, a solution of bichromate of potash ed to his own home, of a inilo distant, and shot himself through the head, with water is rubbed on it, and then Evictions. your walnut is ready. In this way exying instantly. Uhlier married his Dcblix. April 30 Statistics show that June. 1SS4, but they lived unhappilywife- cellent walnut can be made from poor toduring the lastOiree months COS families, .,...... ...... pine, and it is said to defy detection .c,. nni comprising .1,4 i persons, were evicted from menced proceedings i.cvm divorcesnooncolli' except upon very close examination. for tho holdings iu Ireland. During the same .uUU5v.uuailUu iuuuman treatment. Boston u lobe. period 'iVi outrages were committed. N. nfairto-,Wls'liomr " Chiltl-llrulne- Port Monmouth, rn Chicago, May 3. After listening to an inflammatory harangue on the praiuent Robey street, a large crowd began to throw stones at tho surrounding buildings. Then, as if moved by one spirit, tho six thou-au- d men started toward McCormick ' reaper Vorks. half a mile west. It was about .1 :Sd o'clock when the crowd arrived l here. With yells and tierce imprecations tin- - now frnntir men attacked lh building wit$J, rijgwldcTCnnif Atones that lined thernilroad track that extends past the w orks. Reaching the McCormick gates tho bowling mob met tl o workmen coming from their lieiieliea carrying their lunch palls. Immediately they began an attack on the McCormick employes, applying vile epithets mid stoning thrni without mercy. There were only two policemen on the "scene Several revolver shots were fired, but so far as U known no one was shot. Many were struck with stones The McCormick crowd then retreated within thegates, but one of their number, who was so unfortunate as to bo left behind, fell into tho hands of the and was nearly beaten to death. The attacking party now entered the gates and pelted the windows and walls of tho fact.r, whither tho employes had retreated. A little later some of "the imprisoned workmen attempted to escape bv the rear,, but were met and baffled fn the They were compelled to go w ithm the works again for satetv. Superintendent Averill. of the McCormick Woiks immediately telephoned for the police A patrol wagon full of officers responded from the Himiinn street station On arriving at the scene of the riot the poln e charged upon the strikers. usiuR their clubs nnd fiiini: a few shots In the nir The crown scattered, but soon reorganized m force and moved once more toward The police telephoned to Lieutenant Crook, of tho West Thirteenth street District. He soon appealed on tho scene with a wagon load of ollieers Immediately after the arrival of the wagon the mob again attacked tho factorv. hurling stones and sticks, sbouting and carrying on in the wildest manner possible Another detachment of polico came up almost immediately and opened a brisk tire with their revolvers, apparently shooting high and without noticeable effect. The mob seeing that none of their number were injured, simply jeered at the ollieers, but Captain ODonnel and n qtind of twentv-simen from Twelfth street appearing on the scene gave promise of more serious bus ness. Firing then began from the uiob"s side. Another detail of sixteen oflicers at this timo came down Blue Island avenue at a double ipiick. ami the police then numbering over flftr, began firing in earnest, ami the mob began to scatter. They ran in all directions for two or three blocks, nnd then turned a d threatingly regarded tho situation. At 5 o'clock the police formed a hollow square. inide of which they escorted tho McCormick men up bvond Twent street, without trouble, except trom an occasional ston burled from safe Four men were found w ouuded with bullets. Two of them were taken away iu a"wagon, one shot through tho hip ami one through the leg. It is expected that several more wounded will le found tonight There were many badly ilam-mCasey, talcing a w ouuded was Heizedliy the mob and narrowly escaped being hung to a lamp-pospt of strangersto Atlanta. Thecltyis brilliant with decorations, especially along tho line Di. over which the proces ion passed. Spalding presented the statue to Governor McDaniel for tho people of Georgin. Uo alluded touchinglv to Senator Hill, and when the cloth which covered the statue fatho was revealing raised. form and features, n great miliar Mr. shout arose from the multitude. Davis received a great ovation, fairly swarming about him After tho oration, winch was delivered by lbn J C. C. Black, Mr. Davis returned to the resimlipvraentnlion ''.v the lonmror the latdence of Mr. Hill, nnd will r ma'ii thcrd ter ITClrikrks on the labor tr. nines. The bill when be will start for I towWr'hH Slib-Tuntil nsin ut Louisville, Ky., Htlitj" poitooaed uniil Surannnb to attend the (Vntounlnl. Everr IH1I wa taV.cn irnnTiai-boia fond jneiu.rMn Theuor incident of tho day. sbow-inup nod mntion to iriKe out me parapmpn ory for the old war associations nnd nn a a K'ft he Mukineum river sertlon of rectitude in every thing that wS In Ohio was delealed. done, developed nothing hostile, euer VAsiiic.ior, April 2?. Mr. Call denied to the Union or the people of the i nam puhlislif statements reardinsr his North. Federal soldiers wero tjioken of in tho most respectful terms. Lincoln connntWi with land elalins in PlorldH. eulogized in Several MMs wero passu! authorising tho and Grant wero repeatedly the pergonal presence of Mr. Davis, and construction of bridges across Western rivers. nothing but kindly feeling was expressed. Mr. I.okhd reported favorably bis bill fur the Tho negroes were "fully as enthusiastic as rcorvaniMtion of the army with five thouthe whites, and mixed up with them and sand increase omitteil. A bill wa Intniiiiucil crowded for places with the whites. Mr. irruntniRfilteeii das leave of ahsetice each Davis and his daughter. Miss Minnie, were emploje. The ear with pay to commerce bill was laid aside for the last night, and will be again recipients of all manner of social atten- the po.t.olliee appropriation bill at 2 1. in. was debated by Mesr. The subsidy tions. Ileek. riutiib and others until 5 p.m., when -t Lincoln KulogUed. G., May 1. The unveiling of drow thousand tho Hill monument I.oulsvlllr , I.eaf Toharco MnrRrt, quote ls.-- tobaccos as follows for full weights and sound packages: Trash Common lugs. Medium lugs., Good lugs Common leaf. Med'um leaf.. Good leaf. ... Pi lections Wrappers Tramo-out- , $1 (H& 2 31 2 2.--I 3 2.1 4 25 3 4 Athnt, fl Ihirlfu. 4 tttt 'JCAt. 3 ,V6 4 75 2.V2 3 2T f. W) 3i ....... 6 7 o 12 6 7&it 6 Uit a o 00 6 K0 fiO toais uam s 36 so 23 6 00 fi 7r 7 W 6 8 W& 9 7i" (i w n coais 00 16 ooaia 10 U31.( W pe.-pl- - -- 1 Nav-jar- d t, Inter-Stat- e of the Legislature. April 24. Sk.n.xte. Nothing of itnportiiiico was transacted. Horst. Anions the lulls panned were lbt following: Senito Mil incorparatlnjr thr Southern Contract Company; set amending ir charter of the I ity Of Louisville: at t author-izinthe City of Louisville ) rals funds necessary to enable her to , piirch&Bb the the Louisville as Company H: ttVn termination of said charter; net ninendinu-thohartor of tho town of Ilnrdwell. In llHf-lncouuty; uct for the benefit of the lessee and Owner of the ferry at Ashland, Ky.; act to prevent the drifting and floating of saw-log- s dowri Licking river brlo Saylcrsvllle; act lucorporatln the Victor Kmhtnniirl Club of Ixjuisvllld: Senate bill to ineorporafp the Kxrhango InstirnncO Company of Covington. Ky.: Senate bill authorising the board of councilmen of the city Of Newport, when Bittini: as a court, to compel the nttendafi'-of witnesses and the jrivlntr In of tetimonj : act rceharterinp the town of KirmliiEham, in Marshall Countv; S'nafo bill authorizing tho city of Newport to issue bonds for refunding bonds issued under an act npprotMl Ih80: act incorporating the Gunners' and Painters' Company of Louisville; act in- I'rocf rdlrf nl I'ob-ruar- A PITCHED BATTLE I'oIIom. iin Attempt to Slake Onlnd ItnpltlJ Workmen stop Work. GriniiIUpiiis, Mkii., May 2. Yesterday about 100 men. who wanted every one to observe a holiday and work only eight hours a day hereafter, marched from place to place, making their demands knouii and receiving recruits as thev mnrcbed along. Some carried bock beer banners. On arriving at Fuller iV R.ce"s mill, outside the s.,.,ijho adjourned x the city limits, they started to interfere with the workmen. One leader of the party drew a revolver and ordered every one to stop work. There being hesitation at this demand the procession soon made n. break in a lody, driving all hands from tho mill. Quickly" they were met by clubs in This the hands of the" mill workmen. changed the aspect of affairs, and the mob took refuge behind some freight cars and renewed the battle with stones. At this point the proprietors attempted to make tho men withdraw. ut they refused, nnd a pitched battle resulted. During the ineleo one man was hit in tho abdomen with a large stono and another was seriously injured. A perfect hail of stones was showered upon the mill workmen by tbo mob. Tho polico and sheriffs force were called out and imiet restored. The employes profess to be entirely satisfied, and say had no desire to strike. 1 second hiding- Public Debt Statement. Wsiunoton, D. C, April 1. The folloxr-in- g is a recapitulation of tho debt statement issued for tho month of April! Interest-bearindebt Bonds at 44 per cent f 2S0.0Q0.OiO 00 Ilonds at 4 per cent lC3.w5,a.V) to bonds at 3 per et nt Kefundm? certificates at 4 pore 2io.;uu io Navy Tens on Fund nta 1I.UD.UM l"J It. It. bonds at 6 pert-u64.ttB.il:! 00 to-dn- y g perct-I'lici- nc . -places. Interest Principal . .. . ji.sai.sr.s.Tc: oo IWJ.riOT u) U) S1.23WH5.4&U Total Debt on which interest has ceased emce maturity Principal . Jo,Kfi.7tt'. interest .... 00 .j gg interest-Go- t. '- heart-broke- Total Debt bearing no ir MfxH.W cueV-- " up ai:d until j:(U p. tu., when the House mljourned. Wasiuoton, April 29 Senatp. A bill was passed appropriatinff JH.UX for thp purchase obH 6lnp of land tot tin- - pot nUlce build ns.at Port Wii.c. Ind The 4tb of July cliuni bill was taken up and pasr-td- . with an amendment aKouinjt I he Merrili estate la Mississippi ia'.W) fur eupplles taken ouHng the war The ih.M oflic.- unpro-priatio- n 'till was dicusi d at lenstfi bj Fnatnr lieck. who poke r. in opposition to Mes-the suhtldr ciause Irje and took part in the debate. At .' p. in. the Senate went Into cxcutive session, and adjourned in aout an hour. The iinuiinit-t.ono- f Afsocatr Justice Pollard, of Montana. whs r jetted on charges of questionable law practice in Indiana. Uursiw-T- bo citrkhip of the committee on iiublicbuildlups HndKroiindswas made an annual office. A bill was report! rrttlfylnjr an atriiwcnt niHfle between commissioners apjHJintcd ly tbd States of New Turk and New Jersey rcpcMt'K the boundary line? of the States. A bl wan reported lor the retirement, and rfcolnaze of trade dollars. Therbcrand haitor lull wa taken up. An amendment to p'Uce the Miss-unver appropriation umler tiecontnl of the Secretary of war without ihe Intervention of the was lost Missouri River Gommission A to the motion out strike appmprlauon for coutinuintr the reservoirs Bt the headwAters o! tho Mississippi river wa lost. An effort was made to Increase" O,0ni to teoo.u'hthD appropriation for from th- Mississippi from the mouth or the Illinois river to the Ohio river, but it failed. The Lower Mislipni paragraph of two and a quarter millions Iiau been reached when the com mltti'C rose. A bill was reimrte I irmnt-lu- c a ripht of wav through pul'lie lands to an eamil or ditch tompxn) turinid for the pur oc of nal?attn.afur which the House, ut idp in., adjourned. Uashisctos, Ajril in. Si.mti.. 'ITie Pr- - dent's veto on the bill to (rive the bodies of oruikth io miilica! col-!(- .' was sustaiimt. The objection made n- - thai certain provisions ot the bill were The jirivate ca! ndar was taken Indefinite up and ueuniher of bill . pns. ! The pi.st-e- J iie ihkimi im fiiir o .istOy-sirT'senatte ac; ." -- HmsE. A conter. nee committee was 8pi'iilted on the bill to protect the rights of Hit I uitetl Slates in the Potomac flats. The ( ouiiii'Uecon Airrii'iiltura reports:l a bill it tux on oleomargarine and rejjulatinir lit. wise The river and harbor bill whs taken ir il fXuid! thirteen-year-ol- Certificates of deposit Gold cert llcates Suver certificates Frac'al currency, less estimated lost or destrojd Pnncinnl - ...... Total debt, principal-- . dem'dlepnl-tnnde- r notes ld S4v3jsJl jj.61S.0j "A u) oC jsjof IU.7J3.14I U) H.715Ui' sIA"i7 i.;;ti.h-Tu.u'-i W Interest .....-.- . ,si!Ji,-,- I ui io 30.-F- our - ,.. $l,7?6.Ga5S2 CO Totnl Less cash items available for reduction of the dobt.. . . OjejW.Tttt U) Less rcerve hold for redempl,000,0uu (0 tion of United States notes South Pas. Mississippi ner. A resolution whs adopted, lltiesj May I f.ir the consideration or bills from the Committee on Agriculture, Inc lid m: the olrrviniirtfirinc bill. The r ranl harbor lull was then taken upand To prevent considered down to the liii n.-lis coinpon the calendar a motion to adjourn r. Ci p. in.. I l.re the (nil was was carried, at completed. Slaking it the unfinished business for Tuesday next. Washington. May 1. Sr.rnTB. Not In session. Ilousr Mr. Flndlay iMd.) from the Committee en Civil Service Itrfoim. submitted a rport against the resolution otfered bv Mr.' Taulbec (Ky.k dim-tin- y e Job r arTj Jorti ajjni Hoi'SK. A bill was passed appropriating deflcienet fur a survey at M82 to supp't ""'---'--tiiiiiiiTiir n ol il .- 1 ci"c1--m,- xv, -- iu, to-da- 'leveu-year-ol- d ur e to-da- y - to-da- v. to-da- y m m con--rj- et to-da- non-partis- to-dn- y al e and serious inauguration of the deof the minister mand for shorter hours nnd increased pay customs, and the imperial controlqualifiasking that the property occurred in this city, where practically all manufacturing and producing concerns cations and 23 franchise be dropped, and are involved, as well as the railways the rights of Ulster be safeguarded. The Kflig of Shoa, in consequence of through the actioii or the freight handlers, who have taken steps to form a union, and threats of the Abyssinian Government, has announce their unalterable purpose of expelled all Catholic missionaries from his whnt they ask. territory. A .51,l!'I.a57.ii7 00 Treaur to inform the House by what auTotal.. Total debt, less available cash of erm.ltinsr the emthority the pract-c--. $l,l.sj.0r,7,$7 00 ployes in his department to appo nt substiitems .Vet cash in Treasury TV.OoO.i'JO ft) tutes is Allowed. .. Debate follow ed hy Mesrs. Taulbee, Millard, Cannon and Firi'liaj. The Debt, less ensh In Treasury. rcolut'on was tabledIll to Vi. lleports May 1. 1S6 l,407.a.'Cs.H Oij were heard from committees, followed by a Debt less cash In Treasury brief debate on the Oklobama bill by Messrs. April 1. IsmI fI.417.KfjK; CO Hill and Ilaker. Washington. May 3. Sen srr. A joint Decrcaso of debt durlnp tho month 5I0,W5,;fc7 fO resolution was reported and placed on the Cash In Treasury available calendar extendm the Presidential term instead of March 4, Is"7, hikI until April for reduction of the debt-G- old s provldiucr thai the term of the Fiftieth held for gold certificates similarly extended, in original bill nctuallv outstanding tSL7l5,22. 00 Sliver held for silver certifiwasreporlid providing for the lepoitofall cates actually outstanding M,7SJ,M1 00 lireemption and timberciilliirelawa. Senators United Stntcs notes held tor Hlddlebanter and lngall denied a statement In a Washington pa pi r that the opposition to certificates of deposit actualnew Itegis-leroly outstanding UI3,cno(0 tho confirmation o MHtthctt- -, the account off Cash held for matured debt Wills for the DiMlirt. waou and interest unpaid 151317 00 his color. ThevJ a!so denied eoniersnlions one fractional currency this subject n't rl billed l them 'Hie ,ost-offli! (io appropriation bill was taken up and Total nvnilablo for reducdebate upon the subsidy amendment contion of the debt 202,G7.7W 00 tinued. Mr. Vest and Mr Heck spolco in opflcscrve fund-H- eld position. Senators UustK Ingails and Miller for redemption of United in favor. The arrangement tor a tote Ernies notes, actor Jiinuarv at! o'clock was postponed until H. Is7.".. Julv 12. lsRI. J 100.000.000 CO At 6 o'clock the Senate wen into executive Unavailable for reduction of session, and at 6:10 p. m. adjourned. the debt: House Conference reports on the Indmn Fractional silver coin 523.W.4.IK: 00 appropriation and the 4th ol Julj claims .., Minor colli 4!V1 0 bills were adopted. The House sessions on and after May law ere tlxcd nt ironi II a. m. Total . ?23.3fl07 U) to 5 p. in. The Mates were eailtd for the Iniertlflcates held as ensh .... Kl.7tt.VC50 mi troduction of lull" and Uunt resolutions. Net cash balance on hand 77.0aO.KfJ 00 Under n suspension of tli rules, bills were Total cah in Treasury as for completpaed' making appropriations build. ngs at shown by Treasurer's gening and enlarging the public eral account J 45)2,402,510 00 Hannibal, Mo., and DesJloines. la., aud for the adjustment of land grants in Kansas. The House adjourned at :!." p. in. Want o' Brotherly Unity. Milwaukee, Wis.. May 2. A special to I'ortlgu Not . the Sentinel from Green Day announces it fatal quarrel between three brothers CiisiLK Dii.kf., in a speech at ChelSir named DeLarde, near that city. An ulter-catio- n sea, said the charges of immoral conduct over property interests led to n against him were cruel and baseless, and battle among the brothers, during which one was pounded to death with a heavy caused himself and wife many sleepless chair,and another probably fatally stabbed. nights, ami having asked the Queen's Proctor to intervene in the case, he would deny on oath the unfounded charges. The Eight-HoDay. The Powers have sent a collective reply Chicago. May 0. Tho number of indito Greece's answer to the ultimatum devidual strikes in the country yesterday 13 manding a positive promise of early re. too great to summarize. They occurred in duction of the army to a peace footing. varied Industrie- - in all the large cities, NcMEitots British Liberals have signed with occasional movements of a similar nature in smaller towns. The most gen- a memorial to Mr. Gladstone, favoring the retention of Irish representatives at Westeral Con-cresto-d.ur the Secretarj of the tion of the Palls City. PnxNKioiiT, April 26. Sztatk. No quorum no business. Hoi'se. Several veto mesaces ofthetlo-crno- r were reported from the Judiciary Committee, and the vetoes sustained. Mr.Juck-son- . frofn lag Hevenue and Taxation Committee, reported An Act o tax and license sloepinu-ca- r companies opefa'tihe In this State, nnd it was made a special ordef for Wednesday; next Mr. Cline reported a bif to continue the Geological Survey. On his motion It fas recommitted with leave to report at any tinle. Th- - bill appropriate J12.5 0 perahntun to pay fhe expenses of the survey lor the next two years The bill to prevent (he use of merchandise cheeks ill conl mines was called up. A moilon fO lay if on the table prevailed. Tho bill to repeat the law passed last session riulring couniy attorneys to assist commonwealth attorneys in prosecutions in circuit courts was called up and pending discussion the House adjourned A bill was PiiANKroRT, April pHsed theflsh lawitt Adnisv Wayne, Taylor, Larue, Hart. Otiio and Hutlcr Green. Counties The HeVenuo bill was dlscusseo 'u committee of the whole. Ilorsi: A resolution wns passed for a sine die adjournment May 10. Dixon's hurh e no bill was discussed at lenirth. FnoKionT, April 2A Senate A House resolution relating to the removal of the remains of Lieutenant Colonel Kzekiel Fields was concurred iu. Two House bills, incorpoGrand Lodge of the Independent rating Order of Color 6 Knights of Honor of Lexington and the Supreme Lodge of ihe Ilroth-erhooof Honor, were passed The Senate went into committee of the whole on the bill. The substitute otfered by Mr J. H. W. Smith for the article levying a tax on banks was lost. Mr. Gilbert's substitute, which is the one most antagonistic to the banking Interest, was next reported, and was amended by striking out the last section. HorsK. Hills introduced: To nuthoile thj citizens of Lancaster precinct ut Garrard Countv to vote prohibiting the sale of liquor" tlxlnga penult oreIling In October. liquors In said prt clnct Topre vent the destruction of tlh In the streams of this Commonwealth ly use of dynamite and other explosives. To prohibit the sa'e. barter and traflic in spirituous, vinous und malt liquors in Ilojd Countv. To amend an act to establish a roud district In JefTersnn County, approved May 12, Is4. To provide for the arbitration of labor disputos.Kstabllsbing colonial school (This bill proposes In ttn Commonwealth to efctutiiiah common schools in the various Swiss and German eolnniis of th Stnte Mr wnibii,tiie tfnirerrcT3fn8Trn-ctsuallibo tho same as In other aotisri;'rp',,1"'- - u Conducted of said colonial schools may be common, to through the medium of language Pnglish language shall be its colony, and tho daily and duly taught to every pupil The e hill was reported, ilr. Dixon Newman spoke nt length aga'nst 'he bill. Colonel Dick Jones made an earnest eloquent speech iu opposition, and otherspeches wero made by Mr Spalding and Mr. W. M Heed. Mr Straus, who introduced the bill into the House, closed the debate in one of the b"st arguments ho has made during the session. waa then taken on the motion to The strike out the enacting claue. The motion was ot. Voting on amendments began, and were down. all amendments repo-teFitANhFoiiT, April 20. Senate. Mr. Hush called up ihe House bill allowing defendants In criminal cases to testify An amendment by Mr. Ilrjan that the defendant in cases of homicide shall only testify where tho dying declaration of the murdered person has been taken as evidence, was defeated. Several other amendments were offered and lost. A motion to recommit to the Committee Oil General Statutes was also defeated. The bill xths then passed bv a vote of 20 to V. Tho revenue bill was taken up. Mr. Gilbert's substitute was lost. Several amendments were offered but defeated. Tho Commissioners of the Sinking Fund returned lat night from their trip to the Greenwood and Kensee mines. They bring back with them a rat mass of testimony collected from many were quessources. Four hundred conx-ict- s tioned, and the written statement of each is preserved. Whether the testimony of a con-x-iconcerning masters to whose custody ho is to be returned n soon as hoUnUheshi story Is to be relied upon ismnatterof doubt with many people. Hursi:. A resolution wns offered appoint Inga committee to prepare nnd report to this House a bill to provide for the future management of convicts iu this State, and such bill, when so reported, shall be considered from day to day and hour to hour until disposed of, and they nre hereby granted leave to report at any time. Consideration of tho resolution wns postponed one day in order to Tho make way for n special order. spent an House almost hour in discussing a veto of Governor Knott of a Laurel County local bill forbidding the sale and manufacture of liquor in certain precincts. Tho veto was sustained by a vote of e ih to 28 The Dixon bill won the tos and the members tiegan to dicus it. Si.x or eight amendments were offered and speedily defeated. The opponents of the bill liegan systematic filibustering, and the proceedings dragged slowly along. 27.-Sent; reiK-alini- f li-d re?-enue T high-licensHigh-licens- corporating the Funeral Directors' Associa- THE PAYNE CASE. HE IS .,V'"WATED. ,U Y2o?mco AppropriHaving Vullr.l In Their Attempt to Smirch of Hie Ills Character Senator l'ayuo'4 Itrpub-JlA- n Sun'jrfAn.xTer to Moation HI" Kiieinie; IVopose to Lay Old nopoly Attack "Pythe Postmaster-Ocneru- l. HumorJ " Before the United .4B Mates fsCimte. Mi". Vilarefused to yield Ever since For three months a cdroinittce of the 0f the Pacific tho insolent Uenia Steamship Coiuny to hand over Ohio Legislature have bteu investigatMail the mail siib.siJy ?Sch thev had so ing Sim Donavin's charge that tho nomination of Hon. Henry. E. Payno persistently lobbied.firat the last object of fierce for United States Senator was accomhe has been ck. Xot only plished in tho Democratic caucus by and iiiirearonli? orau 0I rauid Ro- - the bribery of certain memucrs. A tlnit. sW:l ! tmblicanistii, tho M- yorU Tribune, majority of this committee are Repubh should know licans, and xvith partisan zeal they newspaper but better, have 'aiwtihis Postniaster- - have explored every quarter except on lit l for w5t thtWwcro lt'd to be- - for evidence in support of Mr. JJona-vin'- s; w:i ttor. licie by the diljipi'Wjteil lnbhyi-The exception is notable. As long a uiow agaris.1 'i.wrinui snipping ago as January 22 Mr. Payne wrote to iniortMH .Mr VTias the full re Hit cotninuteu asking loraiu opportujtuiviueiiU nfihe laW. There was no nity to appear and to be examined un m.iii.lat'irv elan.se in it, oigir!ghim to der oath and offering to submit hi? submit to the demands of he I'aciii; account books and private correspond-cic- c .Mall Company, and hisaetio-- i in resistto the most thorough scrutiny. ing the lillIMoing course of that mo- Mr. the chairman of the. comnopoly has been sustained bj public mittee, iTpUcul on January 25 to Mr. sentiment. His exhaustive explana- Vayne's letters assuring the Senator tion oi thr fjIC'stion in hi- - annual re- that he would be summoned in cavi tlie inquiry developed any fact tending readport convinced every er of the wfsdoin and prudence that to inculpate him irfanyd'eiiree with any questionable transaction." 3lr. Payne govern d his action. hatf not beehsummoned; his prrvate'let. ApproThe passage- Of the ter books and accounts have not been priations bill in file Uons-- of is a striking vindication of asked for by the committee. The majority aul minority reports the course pursued by Mr. Vilas. The lie had eorciscd was arc now before tne Legislature, tovii" n gether with a mass of inconclusive eloiiuiit' explained bv Messrs. and Randall. That remarkable testimony filling eight thousand printed No proof of bribery has been latcsman-sliit- i. pages. of New .Jersey The Democrats of the William Waller 1'helps. mad- - n discovered. most 5'.sins; misstateii.cnt of the committee report that there has been iicstion betvt'tMi Mr. Vilas and the absolutely nothing found in any xvay subsidy grabber?, brifipfiiH? In entirely compromising the four members charged." The majority irrclex ant subjects, from ttl; 'rwi.iiiYn-t-siifcusaion to the silver tjuesfiun. "find that the charge against foui Ilo iiiiiili no nflTort to explain away the members of this House Shultze, Seig-lc- r, linker and Hunt named in the discretionary power left to the by the vef'V bill about resolution, hits not been sustained." which In talked so" glibly and lid was Yet. although exonerating the member.Oil Miugcsiivt lv tileilt the de- - of their own body who were charged jierate cliorts made hy the" sub- with bribery, and practically admitting itat they have failed to discover any sidy lobby ami the manipulation The fact tending to inculpate Mr. Payne in of lhu Conference Committee. Pacific juail Company was evidently any degree, Hit majority report cardishcartemd this tuilC nd abandoned ries partisanship bvsuch an extent that the to Mr. Fhclp, ttIiO ra- any it proposes to turn the case over to the but comfortable iu his isolatio"?. United States Senate, and to ask the thing The mibsidy lobbvin Washington haxe Hepub'.icaiis of that body to attack ered that this is not the kind of anew Senator Payne's right to the seat Administration calculated to give them which he ocvnpies. Here are the extraordinary grounds any consolation ami that the temper of tin House was decKlciilv against tlicin. on which Mr. Payne's enemies in Ohio, Jvrcii Mr. Uingliam, of IViimvlvanla, after three months of futile search at xvas forced to acknowledge that the home, k a renewal of the investigabill without a subsidy was tion in Washington: "1. That the candiiincv of Henry H. Payno the best reported in his ext'erience as UnitetiytulesSk'iiatorxrasnotmadeknown a member of the House in a p ri'ud of for puiibciv until a considerable time after tho years. It now remains to be seen smicrai election of ISf'l, t wbich members of ciht Assembly xrers chosen. what disposition will be made of the the lit'Ceral suspicion and charinH of the emTnat bill by the Senate. Jf that body at ployment of Illegal means to secure the eleccandidate for Senator tempt to load it down with objection- tion of the succe-sfand for able amendment it will find more op- xt ere verv piexulent near tho time of.and that xveeks utter, the Senatorial election, suspicion amounted in the Utilise than was ciicuun position in mail' iustances the almost io convict on tend last year. Albany Argu. .J. That as to cbo'ce of Senatorial candidates anionic members of xhe General Assembly there wore numerous rem.tclwble THE HOUSE IN 1888. changes dlflwilt to' account for without s- xt suintugtbe usuoi unusual mauccmeais. forecast of thr. IJ mft at ttie c.l HrjL . fl Con-cres- s. -- n.-ra- U XT7rwp;-ii.s,- JfciiaS. J ,'j J Va ft mn- - fair-mind- Post-offic- e Kepre-soiitatixc- -, 'A Hol-rna- spi-cim-- al - lb-I- d - dim a-- Post-offi- ce -- i ?3 ul I Miscellaneous Items. son of John Golden, of Covington, xx as shot by Mrs. Rosa Strick. land, xvho lives in the same house xvith Golden. Mrs. Strickland xvas in the room A rorn-- x kai:-oi.t with the child xvhen. chancing to meet xvith a pistol in an old trunk, she took it out, pointed at the boy, and shot. The ball entered the boy's upper lip near tho nose, jaw-bon- Fatal Trestle. In California it is f?omo orange-growers customary-wit- h week-previou- s son-in-la- one-hal- one-quart- er Heavenly Visitor. Pest-offiand Ten Buildings Burned. PntLrs, X. Y., April 29.-P- rof. Brooks, of Kitstonk. U . April yo. Keystone was the Red House Observatory, obtained fitted by a terrible fire last night. The again last nfght of the poRtoflice and ten other buildings were de- comet, discovered by him on Tuesday new nieht. stroyed. The post-offirecords and valu- The comet is able mail matter were saved. Mnch of the tion. It is situated with a slight condensain tho constellation of unimportant mail was destroyed. The lire Cassiopel in tho northern heavens and reexpended itself All-Nig- ht ce ce An after destroying mostot the buiinets portiou of the town. ICew mains visible tho entire night. circulation in this city asking for the pardon of James D. Fish. The petition i said to be inii.sj by over?"'') depositor in the MHUf bui.k, and by mauy officers of tanks ib Ibis city and throughout tb -- A Strange and TerriWe Malady. Wait Fish Partftned. Rowxesbuko, W, Va., April 29.- -A mysYork, April 30. A petition is in terious end fatal iBness has broken out'in this plar , and physicians are powerless so . .v sTO tue lives ol any attacked. Tiie o,,c,Vrai!',rifirstJ5euelwia a wert pain Ln,, eid; ami within twlelvc boditr.btceHU Sttti. r rcTie exposed to a scalding" sun with old O. May 2. As freight train the C.,W. & B R.R.,was crossing newspapers, so that the bark will not tho trestle east of Pleasant Plain. Charles peel oft". It is found that tho trees Haynes, one of the brakemen, fell between niako less growth when exposed to tho two cars and had on arm and leg cut off, hottest sun. and then fell from the trestle to the ground below, fracturing his skull, from the effects "Circunihieycling the world" at first strikes one with amazement, but of which he died. He resides nt with his wife and one child. Tho perhaps "circumnavigating" seemed remains were taken to Blanchester. One equally as queer when lirst used. of the brakemen on the same .train was Neither are a circumstance to thrown between the cars near the same if that should ever spot yesterday, and Instantly killed. catch on. Peck's Sun. Swallowed a Strychnine Pill. One of tho most recent enterprises The London Lancet and other EuRockland, Me., May 2. Three little chilbrought to the notice of the New York dren at South Hope obtained some iill9 ropean medical journals are presenting public is the manufacture of a stone brick. The process consists in of Rev. M. M. Stevenson, and playing tbey Prof. Btiisson's treatment for lrydn were grinding quicklime and silicious sand girls, sick, swallowed several. One of tho phobia as more efficacious than Pasaged six, the daughter of P. together, and then mixing intimately died in great agony. The others P. Rakes, teur's. It is asserted that Buissoiv's are very with moro sand in tho presence of sick, but will recover. The pills are sup- method effects cures even after rabhies have been developed. moist steam. Tho mixture is then posed to have contained strychnine. molded under heavy pressure and blows, The managers of a railway in Kanand tho bricks stacked up and plentiStanley Matthews to be Married. sas, seeing the danger ahead of a scant , May 2. fully sprinkled while hardening. They "WASnisoTON-It is announced are not put on the market nntu at least that Hon. Stanley Matthews, of the U. S. supply of wood for ties, have planted three months old. Troy Times. Supremo Court, is to be married to the a square mile with catalpa and alian-thu- s trees. Tho president of the road widow of Judge T. C. Theaker, who wm Commissioner of Patent under Pr5lnt has also planted tho barnc area a3 a Nothing reduces a man'a income Lincoln. private speculation. Chicago MaiL riiifc from va. ummoi. Uk No. 23, on Loveland, to wrap the trees Chilli-coth- e, "circiim-pedestrianatin- e breakiug the upper and thence passing down, as it is supposed, iu tho neck, producing probably a fatal wound. Mrs. Strickland placed under arrest. She cried somewhat but took the affair coolly enough otherwise. To Detective Maurer, he said she did not knoxv what a pistol xvas for, that she had no intention to injuro the child. She admitted that she had pointed the pistol at the child's face, and said it off while she bad it so. The boiler in the brexvery of John Seller' nt Lewisburg, Kenton County, exploded a few days since, wrecking the boiler house and machinery. No one was hurt, 'On Acxt" Jane Cooper, widow of James Cooper, long 6inco deceased, died tho other day at tho ancient homestead near Newport. Sho had advanced attained the ege of ninety years, and was boin and ljved all of her lifo in Campbell County. She was an inveterate smoker, and a moment liefore sho breathed her last she xvas enjoying a hearty smoke, and she still clung to the pipe when life xvps extinct. The old lady had not been to Newport for fifty years, although but seven miles distant, nnd she had never seen either a steam or street car in her life. A cow in Kentucky is the mother of ten calves twins, triplets and a fouh-tear-o- li I quintet. so-call- ed In the year IS6T Mr. Robt- - Wilson, living six or eight miles north of Oxvingsville, had a horse stolen. Ho traced tho theft to a man by the name of A. R. Crouch, of the same neighborhood, finally locating him near Stockton. Mo. Crouch had settled down and accumulated some property, and instead of prosecuting him for feiony Mr. "Wilson brought suit for the value of the horse, nnd a fexv days ago obtained judgment for the debt, interest and cost, amounting to about $400. The debt is good. Greexbacm's distillery was burned at Lo $15,000; insured: Nicbolasville. -- Senator Payn, attUndt-o9d rVe6TnoQjlle-,thittiiisattarant majority of thelicn to dump into the United" sCircs se Bale ., . ti s will bo Demot'i-- t chamber, for his further annoyance, at.xerx clfciioit shitfe lS7i?, sax'o one, tho rumors and unsubstantiated and as it would theil have been had charges of the Columbus lobby, vvill d of the districts been arranged n? they meet with the approvalV. Y. Suit men of either party. now are in the several States. During this time the Southern States PRESIDENTIAL SUPPORT. haxe sent at each election practically tiie .line number of Democratic Repre- Tbert Iliw Ilffii rfotbliiR tbo Present sentative-, AilmbiMr-.itioto frivt the People except that the Missouri i Trim. Dcmocr.it-- ) in lSb'O lost several dintricts rroui it Mr. ClevrlHUil Will through a Greenback-Republica- n as verrati!e in Were the President poiitie":L changes making political changes of base as the Decided bixe bei-confined mainly to the interested Northern Mates, and the disastrous ef- correspondents and other parties are in making them for him, fects were felt only by Republicans. The Democrats, gnr of" more than one he would not have time to give that hundred Southern members without assiduous attention to the great interany coiisiJerubio e.peii?o of time or ests of the country that lias so conmoney, found it no very difficult mat- spicuously marked his' very successful ter to secure a sufficient ntimbjf from Administration, lie has been recently the Northern States to give them a ma- credited In some quarters, xxith a purjority, x hich, in Mich vears as 1874 pose to pursue a "policy" that woitld ami 1s,S2. ran xvell into the seventies. "unite the party." This idea is based The present House has 184 Democratupon the assumption tiiat certain ic members, of whoiu'lUS are from the gains iu various city and town south, ii- -' from the East and 44 from elections indicate division and disrupthe West. ciiiisiderlnr H the late .slave tion, and it is hinted by some of the States tiit- Smith, New England, malcontents, that unless Mr. Cleveland New Jersey aud Pennsylvania, does something startling, and does it the Kasi, and the rest of the States the pretty soon, the next National Housn West. The dividing line between par- of Representatives will be wrested from ties runs now as it has for years Democratic control. Eist and Wet, the Democrats carryThat i something for the Democrating the House because their members ic party to guard against if possible. from the North outnumber the Repub- But we do not believe that, much as lican members from .the South. the President would regret such a reline was drawn in all sult of the fall he accepts the important votes in Congress. Latter- responsibility for tho danger, or inly, however, and especially now, the tends to do any g or line U purely imaginary, and. if drawn to meet it. He lias conducted at all, is rather North and South than tiie Administration with a strong hand, East and West, thus tending to divide a wise brain and an honest heart. He both parties instead of welding togethlias shown the people of tiie country er the discordant elements in oiwh. that a eli ing.- - of. Administration xvas It is this fact which makes sagacious not a thing to be dreaded, but somepoliti-inof both parties apprehensive thing to be welcomed. He has proved of the result of the' coming Congres- that tlit great National trust reposed in sional elections. Democrats Miner him is as absolutely safe as it has been from no monopoly of the prevailing under any Administration ever in uneasiness. However serious- - the dis- power, lie has run tiiu Government satisfaction mav be in the Democratic with gr titer efficiency ami economy party. Republicans are no less than any of his recent predecessors. ed. The only consolation they He has "been ready to correct erfWs have lies in their" confidence that for when lie lias made'them. but when cononce in tins' "generation thev are hot vinced that lie was right he lias been t!u nnlv onrtv liable to be hit bv a as firm as the great monument that political cyclone. Washington Post. towers the giant structure of the Capital city. There is certainly nothing Not a Politician. in all fhis to disaffect the people or BosThere is not so much talk in political drive his party from his support. ton Statesman. circle-- as there was a few weeks ago, about the l'resident's failure as a party The Facts in the Case. leader. The President was not a poliThc Republican calculations about tician, in the ordinary sense of the before he entered the White being able to capture the vote of New word, be very House, and he has not developed much York State do not appear to The well founded on basis of facts. of the politician's talent since he has been there. The management of the abuse of Governor Hill does not seem Government is to him a business mat-t-- r. to have amounted to much, while the He would like to transact the af- blunders of tho Republican Legislature fairs of the people in the executive of- have made it somewhat notorious. fice as he attended to the interests of a The Herald, which generally knows client in Buffalo before he became the "how the wind blows, says: "If the President of the United States. Ife Governor docs not spoil the good recdoes not take to the dicker and trade ord he has made since January, and of politics as practiced by many of the the Republican majority of the Legisgentlemen in Conrrress. The talk lature do not improve their bad one, about his want of leadership originated the Democratic majority of ten thouin two different quarters. It largely sand in the election of 1885 may easily came from men with whom he had re- run np to fifty thousand in tho election fused to enter into small political bar- of 1386. Nexv York is a State in which gains for their private benefit. This such changes happen very rapidly." is the trouble with many of tiie memDes Moines Leader. bers of Congress. They are uncertain They are about their A Blaine Republican organ ob- plagued bv importunate constituents, serves that "the Mugwumps seem to who look to them to secure consulships bo in hiding," and asks, "isn't it about both time for them to be fixing a date for a and ...l. .... fat places. nn.- You just go ered by competitor xvho arc ready to National conference." seize on every faei .hat can be used to ahead and nominate James G. Blaine their disadvantage, and who carefully for President again, and the Mug- stir uo disaflections against them at wumps will stvann out witnout any home. Thev want the President to further invitation. Boston Herald turn over to tnera me patronage of Senator Edmunds feels that b ibxlr respective localities. The President w ill not do it, and his refusal is is as great a failure in leadership as called "alucki. ieader3?iD."-fl(Wf- o Jones is at courting that Detroit rixl. d. M; a-- ZZ&SimrSM w v Bragaga fair-minde- -- -- 111 - New-Yor- k. s - sail-trimmi- pipe-layin- us cone-ru- &i Ji- - ..- -., Uerald. Alia. California -- V k'.-- CI v. SMi .y,.. ,wv--- N w y ?i The Hickman Courier. GEORGE WARHEN, Publisher. HICKMAN. i x KENTUCKY. OF THE HOUSE. could be avoided. l, the evaporators The ArsnmMitH For and Acnln.i It The sirup alone is made It U drawn off Inllueiice of Church Music The "Metfrom the last compartment through a hod, Past and 1'reient PreJl can not walk, ho can not speak. Nothing- ho knows or books or men; strainer; and, if the minufacturo is to centors and Choir. tho weak. Ho is the weakest of end there, is set aside to cool and then & And has not ptronpth to hold a pen; put up, generally in allon cans. If it fie has no pocket, and no purse. penny. yet THE MASTER - 8E1M0N. main source of the deiicate aroma and flavor of the niapl0 nroducts and that its removal was an injury. By repeated experiments it was Iscertained that if ADiscourse On tho Subject of Conthe temperature w-gregational Sinking. never allowed to go below 300 the milate did not coalesce with the lime and the nuisance u found that tho TOitn1 was the TALOIAGE'S has owned a Nor ever But has more riches than his nurse. Because ho wants not any. He rules his parents by a cry. And holds them captive by a smilo A despot, stronjj through infancy. A kin?, from luck of tniilo. He lies upon his back and crows. Or looks with jrravu eyes on his mother What can lie mean? Hut I supposo They understand each other. In doors or out, onrly or lato. There Is no limit to his sway. s For wrapped In of state, He govern night and day. Kisses ho takes as rightful duo. And. Turk-- ke. ha his slave to dress uiin. His subjects bond before him, too, I'm one of them, fltod bless him I baby-robe1 John Dtnnix, in Spectator. m m MAPLE-SUGA- R STAKING. A Profitable Industry to tho Groou Mountain State. How the Toothsome Sulxtaneo In Hx- tractod from the Tree and Prepared for Shipment The Reason It Manufacture it u Teml- nine ltletalng. :&.' 1. V: 'W. jf This is tho harvest time of tho tin- rmithsof Vermont, for tho maple-suga- r is at hand, and in cvorv hm tho workmen arc busy making ami re pairing evaporators, pans, heaters, bucketSj cans, and other sugar "tooL-.The, best makers arc getting to use Toola" made only of tin or Russia iron, wood having been pretty much discarded, owing to tho injury to the flavor of the product which it almost inevitably causes. Vermont produces moro manlo-shas free access, and in some case? anand sirup in tho aggregate one gallon nually fertilised with wood ashes (J of sirup being equal to eight pounds of where five pounds of sugar arc mado And from sugar) than any other State in the whicheach tree. morethere arc trees than that. A mike much Union. A large run of sap & not ex- famous old tree iu Duxbury, ha-- proported this spring, since the weather duced thirty pounds of sugar in a istiiall was not favorable. It is ad- spring and generally m.tkjs fifteen. mitted by all competent 'judges that Its sap is very rich six quarts, makin"-the spring weather of Vermont is the pound of sugar. Ordinarily it cause of the How of the maple sap. takes sixteen quarts of sap to make The month or more of warmish days a pound of sugar. Tho tirst run of and frosty nights in the spring are in- sap is considered the best The tendispensable. This is proved by tho dency nowadays is to boro smaller failure of- the in the northern holes than formerly; hardly ever more and southern portions of the sugar-mapl- e than half an inch in diameter, and belt on this continent. This sometimes not more than a quarter of belt east of the Kocky mountains ex- an inch and penetrating not more than tends northerly, as far as the out!i two inches and a half. It has been shore of tho btLawrence Gulf and found that second growth trees pro(Triver, up to the mouth of the Saguenav duce more and sweeter sap than the river, and thence westerly to the head- trees of tho primeval forest; and tho waters of the Ottawa river and to Thunder- feasibility of setting out maple orchards -Bay on Lake Superior. The south- in selected localities is being strongly ern limit is in the hillsof Middle Georgia, advocated in tho farmers' meetings. Alabama, Mississippi. Arkansas, and In fifteen years they would be fit For Northern Texas. On the PaciGc coast tapping. The bestVpouts arc metalio the southern limit is the coast range pipes; the best pails of tin and furn north of San Francisco. Its uortTi- - ished with covers; the best holders and cm limit lias not been accurately vats of wood, covered and determined. Yet little or no maple-- r The coverings prevent tho ingress of sugar can be made in the northern or drippings, dust and bark from tho -'- southern end. Even in Aroostook trees, particularly during county, Maine, the winter breaks up which discolor the sugar and sirup. so late that there is no transition peri- The best sugar is a light brown and the od, and summer coma on at once. best sirup an amber color. And in Canada, New Brunswick and There are festivities belonging to the Nova Scotia, where there are plentv of sugar season by which the farm rs profit maples, there is little or no sugar if their labors in the sugar orchards do made for the same reason. Vermont, not allow them to participate. The from her peculiar soil and climate, is yunoAJ,20IiliLAf-th- o surrounding destined to keep the lead in the manuas she is in tho facture of maple-sugagrowth of merino sheep. She always fresh to a waxy has maintained her in substance on snow or grained hot by these respects and she ahvavs will. stirring the sirup in a saucer. Should The maple-suga- r season is peculiarlv there be a butter or cheese factory near profitable to the Vermont farmers, for by a danoe is improvised and tno reason that it come? "between the goo I time prolon d to the small '0 timcs,"-'Whethere is nothing goin"-- ' hours of thf in irnin"-- . X lanre share on aboufTthe conduct of their farms of the marriages in the State have their except the "chores." Tho logging foundation in the courtingfor which an and are over and rtlie opportunity is given by theso sugar ground is not ready for cultivation. parties. A pretty girl never looks The sales of sugar and sirun aro for more bewitching "than when she is cash down, anU therefore thev are en- helping her beau to a dish ol steaming abled to acquire, ready money with sirup just drawn from tho evaporator, which to make the spring purchases her face lightened by the furnace tin's and tide over untitle sales of crop in of the suzar-housor whensheiscovlv the fall. Thp farmers and their sons tasting the sap in the bucket which aiid the regular "hired men" do the .swain gallantly raises to her red her lips work, and there is except under the maple trees bv the light of for "tools." For an orchard of 2,000 the sympathetic moon. The churches, trees it is estimated that the suar-hous- too. have learned to "turn an honest the evaporator, trfe "swarm"- penny" out of the enticing sweetness. ,..,.. .,... .l. pan. the Vat. the Oil ' ..n.i the gatherers, the buckets.the spouts, in the Sundav-sehoo- l rooms in which the cans for tho sirup and thejubs for , "new sugar on is the great sugar cost about $600. These, traction. Miple-suga- r aud sirup are Having once been obtained, will need Jike trout, which never taste so well as slight repairs and replacements from just after they are caught. There is a year to year. Of course the sugar-tub-s flavor to the sugar and sirup when first and sirup-can- s must be replaced every made which they never have aain Bpnng. I he profits of such an orchard And no one appreciates the full extent a eraire about s;00 a vwr-- m r ,;- i... ...i...l most farmers spend annually for their! them in a sugar-hous- e almost at tho expenses. Orchards of instant of their manufacture. otK? trees are -- .000 not at all uncommon, The manufacture of sirup is propor andscveral farmers tap 2,500 and even tionately increasing upon that of sugar. 3,000 trjjes. g This Is caused by the growing use of Grcatimprovements in the manu- the sirup as a condiment for buckwheat facture of maple-suga- r have taken cakes, oatmeal, and various kinds of place within the last fifteen years. puddings. Careful housewives bottlo forty years ago the boiling of sap in it keep it in a cool place, and iron potash kettles hung betweqn los it is good for years. In fact, a large waS still common, and in a few be- share of the is consumed nighted localities the trees were tapped by adding a sugar water to a as sirup little portion with an axe. Pans set over an arch of and melting it, as required for the brick, in which the tire burned, suc- table. The market is extending every ceeded the kettles; and in most year. One of the largest markets toof the orchards, evaporis ators (originally invented for the man- day the West, and quantities are shipped Cleveland, Denver, ufacture of sorghum) have displaced San Francisco, and Portland. Ore. the pans. The ideal sugar-plac- e is ono Wherever Vermonter.s settle they can of vigorous trees, situated upon the not do without maple-sugand 'sirup, fcide of a lull with a southern exposure a brook running at the foot of the hill. and their neighbors catch the craving from them. a consumer, always Ihe advantages of such a situation aro a consumer. Once delicious taste never (l) that the sap can bo easily carried palls upon theThe appeite. of sP"ts running from ing increases the moro but the long- uyeans it is- indulged in. holcJers scattered through the orchard, and into which the baskets aro emptied, to Tho manufacture of maple-sugthe main reservoir; (2) that the sap simp is worth Sl.203,000 a Year to Verbegins to flow earlier than in a north- - mont now, and will fSOon bo worth Sl,500,000 Cor. Chitigo Tribune. exPsre; (3) that tho water enables the buckets and apparatus to be PERFECTLY HARMLESS. easily cleansed, an indispensable aid to the production of good sugar and simp. How Lawyer Wllberly Secured Admission In such an orchard tho sugar-hous- e , to the Knlghu ori,bor. beverely economize in music. is placed at the foot of the hill, beside Bill Wilberly, a lawyer, made appliWhy should we rob the programmes of the brook. They aro d vooden worldly gayety when we have so many buildings, containing sufficient room cation to join tho Knights of Labor. "They won't let you in, Wilberly," appropriate songs and tunes composed in for the evaporator and "suarm"- off" our day, as well ns that magnificent inpan. for the packing of the products, some ono remarked. ' heritance of church psalmody which has and for the storage of the "tools" after ' "Why?" come down fragrant with the devotions of the expiration of the season. An evapBecause you are a lawyer." olher generations tunes no more worn orator is a long shallow pan of Bussia Thats against me. I admit, but the out than when our iron, divided mtoseveral compartments master workman of the assembly climbed up on them from tho church-peconnected with eaehsnthpr w i,..w : ' which I want to join u a Teat friend to glory? Pear old souls, how they used to alternate ends of the transverse parti- of mino and they were cheerful our grandtions, so that the boiling sap takes a mu aiong. will do any tlun" to help sing! When grandmothers used to sing fathers and zigzag course as it Hows through. The Wilberly was admitted. Shortlv aft- "Colchester." When they were very evaporator is placed on the top of a erwards, meeting rang meditative, then the meeting-hous- e the master workman h"ck arch twenty-nin- e inches hi Hi, together with a number of other ac- with "South Street" and "St. Edmonds." which occupies all thespace underneath quaintance Were the3' struck through with great tenWilberly said: and which contains tho first compart-me?- t John, did you have much trouble in derness, they sang "Woodstock." Were II the evaporator, and tumult- getting me in?" they wrapped in visions of the glory of ously boiling proceeds slowly on its ".Not much." the Church, they sang "Zion." Were they "winding way,f through tho compartoverborne with the love and glory of ",,fetions ments. With good luck it has flowed said Wilberly, were raised, of course." Christ, they sang "Ariel." And in those Wends. glancing at his into the last compartment in twenty Mvc men cot up and ob- days there were certain tunes married to minutes from its entrance into the first jected to you in they have because you arc a law- - certain hymns, andthese two old lived and has become sirup weighing eleven people, peace a great while, pounds to the gallon, the standard denand we have no right to divorce them. ;;How did you qUict thorn?" sity. The heat all this time has been cll. I says, savs I, 'boys, ho ain't "What God hath joined together let no greL Sap boils at 215 but 325 is &Lr..V",0USh rt been nothing' and man put asunder." Born as we havemusic maintained by the best makers in order niuid this great wealth of church their objections." that bo "nitre"' or "malate of lime," augmented by the compositions of artists ' "uuurawu from tho in our day, we ought not to be tempted oat the 's order.-Arka- nsas drcad.the gritty Traveler. of the sphere of Christian harmony and found in poor sugar, maj be sounds. It is Once it was supposed that the Notwithstanl- ;- il.. M.or aro try to seeka unconsecrated steal. nmatloii of this substance was a disa-- one hundred and twenty ways to cooki abdtird for millionaire to Many of yon are illustrations of what greMDie necessuv. and zrcat pains an afg there is oaW one wav to turn acre (I son if can do. Tbroukh it ou were wre t.:cii to nmoTc it bv "anK an,l that is to hit him with the ff aad BTMipitatioa. But was s L " transferred boiling suir a "sugar-'.K- T hot into I1:U1- wind, a heat of nearly 400 is maintained, and will soon bo transformed into saccharine crystals. The greate-- t care is taken to prevent scorching. Tim sut-a- r is niado into cakes or packed in tin can, each hold-iabout lifty pounds The tak during the season is one of almost incessant labor; but there is a rollicking smack of the wilderness and camp life about it that makes it very attractive. The sap must be boiled as' soon after its flow as possible or it will ferment and sour. Consequently it is gathered frequently, and when the run'k large the boiling i kept up night and day. A sugar place in active operation by tho dim light of an April moon is Ji weird sight The lires are red hot; tho furnaces stuffed with dry wood, which sends streams of smoke lurtil with great sparks up the chimney; the farmer and his assistants are dancing around renewing the fuel, testing the boiling sap with the sacoharometer, watching the governor which controls tho flow of sap from the reservoir, "sugaring off," and packiug the toothsome product for market. No place for idle hands. Every body must be sprr at such tiuii-- or th enterprise will be a failure and the farmer's high reputation as a sugar and which he has been years in building up, will be lost. Aa ordinary sugar season lasts betwen uireo and tour weeks beginning. iiy, tlm last of March and ending about the 25th of April. A treo averages about throe pounds of susrar. there are many orchards, however, carefully attended to trimmed out so that tho sunlight n: is to bo mado into it should be Itov. T. DaWitt Tnlma;o took for tho subject of a recpnt sermon delivered at the Brooklyn Tabernacle, "Congregational Singing," taking for his text: It ciinio even to puss as the trumpeters and singers were as one, to make ono sound bo l to In Lord II Chronicles, v, praising and thanking the 13. J The temple was done. sugar-maker- 's sirup-make- r. u tr a - sap-flo- w tin-line- d. rain-storm- s, -- r, pre-eminen- ce iPJrrWTOu n wood-cuttin- g e, nos-expens- e e. - .;. ,,, ....?: W at-th- o. .j.t;:...,,. air-tih- t, to-da- y, best-manag- ed ar - ar and pomp. Splendor crowded against splendor. It was the diamond necklace of the earth. From the huge pillars crowned with leaves or flowers and rows of pomegranate wrought out in burnished metal, down even to the tongs ami MititTers miule out of pure gold, every thing was as complete as th architect could make it. It seemed as if a virion from Heaven had uliirlited on the mountains. The day for dedication came. Tradition says that there were in and around nlwut the temple on thai dav 200,000 silver trumpets, 40,000 , 10,000 timbrels and 200.000 singers; so that all modern demonstrations ut or Boston seem nothing compared with Mint. As this great d ui nniiil the prwious stones of the temple, it must have seemed like the lliver of Lifo dashi'ii? a?niust the of the wall Jf heaven. The round arose nnd God. as if to shou- that h was well pleased with the music which hi children make in all ages, dropped imo the miilst of the temple a cloud of glory so overpowering Uiat the olliciating I" iexts wore obliged to stop in the midst o.' fhe services. There tins ben nnch discussion ns to Mhre music tins horn. I think thnt at t - beginning, when the morninz stars together and all th- - suns of God 'mted for joy, thnt the eaiUh heard the e to. The floud on wWch the nngels stood t 'lhratehe creation was the e of sonv. The stars that elltter at iiiOit nr only so nmnv key of celestial on which God's fingers plav the mu-f- of Uia piinrs. Inanimate nam is full ..f G mI's strin '6'1 mil wind instrn-- ! . mianm, itnlr ivf-- ct "is cn.v a res in God's an- -' m of worship. Win among the insect humming in the summer air. the rush of billow unnn i nen. the neonn far out sounding it- nsalm. the bobolink on the f ixe the'"he furest. the quail whistling up r...., jriss, me music. While visiting Island I heard coming from a tvinJow of the lunatic asylum a very swetsong. It was sung by one who had lot hr rnason, and I have ome to believe th.it evun the deranged and disordered elements of nature would make music to our e'rifweonly had acuteness enough to lisfen. I suppose that even the sounds in nature that are discordant and repulsive nmke harmonv in God's oar. You know that vou may come so near to an orchestra that the sounds are painful instead of plensurable: and I think thnt we stand so nnnr devastating storm nud frightful whirlwind we can not. hoar that wlii.-l- i makes to God's enr and the ear of the spir-- i' above nsR music as complete as it is tremendous. The day of judgment, which will be a d tv of tumult and uproar, I suppos, will l in no dissonance to the ears of those who can calmly liten, although it will he ps when some great performer. In executing a boisterous pice of music, he sometimes breaks down the instrument upon which he plays; so it may be on thnt lnt dav thnt the grand march of God, played bv the fingers of thunder and e and conflagration, may break lwii the world upon which the music is executed. Not only is inanimate nature full of mii.de, but God lias wiinderfully thp human voice, so thut in tho pMiiuest throat and lung there are fourteen .lirect muscles w hi h can makeover different sounds! Now, there nie If tinrtv indirect muscles which can make, it 'is been estimated, merit than l73.iki0.0iV) of sounds. Now. I say. when God has so the human voice, nnd when he be filled the whole earth with harmony pud when He recognized it iu the ancient temple, I have a right to come to the thai God loves music. I propose this morning to speak nbont jrjred muic. first showing you its and then stating some of the obstacles to Its advancement. I ilraw the first argument for the of sacred music from tho fact thnt God commanded it. Through Paul He tells us to admonish one another in pontine and hvmiis nnd spiritual songs; thtough HavM He cries out: ' Sing ye to Jod all ye kingdoms of the earth." And there are hundreds of other passages I might name, proving that it is as much a lean's duty to sing as it is to pray. Indeed I think there are more commands in the Bible to sing than there are to pray f!od not only asks for the human voice, but tor the instruments of music. He nsks for the cymbal, nnd tho harp, and the trumpet. And I suppose that, in the last isavs of the church, tho harp, the lute, the limpet, and all the instruments f music that hnve given their chief aid to the theater and hncchnnl, will be brought by their musters and laid down at the feet of t'hiitand then sounded iu the church's tnumph on her way from suffering into glorv. "Praise ye the Lord !" Praise him wi;h your voices. Praisehim with stringed instruments and with organs. I draw another argument for the importance of this exercise from the impressive-ne- s of the exercise. You know something of what secular music has nehieved. You know it has nitido its impression upon governments, upon laws, upon literature, upon whole generations. One inspiriting National air is worth thirty thousand men army. There comes u time a a stnn-linin the Imttle when one bugle is worth a thousand muskets. In tho earlier part of the civil war tho Government proposed to economize hi bands of music, and many of tbem wort) sent home; but the Generals in the army sent word to Washington: "You are making a great mistake. AVe are falling back and falling back. We have not enough music" Then tho Government 'hanged its mind; more bands of music were sent to the field, and the day of tdiHtnef ul defeat terminated. I have to tell you that no nation or church can afford to Ood-direet- of nil nmgnificence It was the very-choru- hm-ps- Dus-vldo- rf sound-surge- itm-th- vst birth-t.nr.- pe-M- l sil-n- im-ir- al lnv, iv; 1 r(t earth-l'ink- con-tl-is'- ce t- - one-storie- - great-grandfathe- rs w to-hu- Mgar-mnker- sub-Ua- ."77 co de-jjop- Tho i'uegians aro the lowest human t.,?KAAIC """J, hair becomes soft and beings in tho scale of existence. Their J111? language contains no words for any Pectoral invaluable found A7er's Cherry in caiea of croup. number above three; they aro unable tb NreJInr renewed (trenstli. or ho (offer from latirialUra peculiar to their sex, ihould trr distinguish ono color from another; ntes,t war t0 take cod liver nTlI?Pf?m? they havo no religion and no funeral CV? ?JS2?a P"E?OM with it, and then said: pigeons.- -'. rites, and they possess neither chiefs cat Y. Telegram. "Oh, what an easy time we shnll have. nor slaves. Their only weapons are The minister will do the preaching and On and after May 1st, the d spears, and, as thev grow B. & Q. R. the choir will do the singing, and wo will neither fruits nor vegetables, anil their n0n saI round trii have nothing to do." country is naturally barren, they are J ue J?' Ti?enI?rf Colorado Spring, nnd 8 nro good And you know as well as I that theroare obliged to live entirely on animal food. ,or.1fnirrV? '""odatoof sale, kndto a great multitude of churches all through Lvcn these savages possess, however, 31st 1SSC- - Roui trip this land where the people are not some social virtues. Thev arc not can- tickets, lnu,tednsai(ovo, aro also for sale sing. The whole work is nibals; they expected to at vin Vegas. neither the women Hot fcpn"S and tins route, to Lastourist? other promiuent done by a delegation of four or six or nor the old, and or tickets, rates and goneral inthey are monogamous. points. and the audience are ten persons formation uiqniro of the Chicago Journal. ta h c B silent. In such a chnrch in Syracuse an & Q. R. Iv. btatton. old elder persisted in such singing, and "Some of tho hackmen of this citv so tho choir appointed a committee to go Alwats what it is cracked np to ce. O mothr. dear Jerusa'cm. BEST TONIC. and ask the 'squire if he would not stop. are a scaly set," grumbled a traveler a"t Life. When shall I come to thee? This medicine combines Iron with fore TeeUb) You know thnt in n great multitude of the central depot yesterday morning. tonics, and is InTsIamble for Diaaases peculiar to Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" Is Women, and all vbo lead edentryhTnt. ItKiv churches the choir are expected, and do, "My wife and I got in from Chicago He sunr it to the tune of Dundee, riclii' and Purines tho lllond, ."tiinulnlefi nd all the singing and the great mnss of peolato last night, and I asked one of the everywhere acknowledged to be tho standtha Appetite, MrenKlhena ths .Muscle aid every body in Scotland knows that; and ard remedy for femalo complaints and erven in fact,, thoroughly lnvitforatr. as he began to sing the dying soldier ple are expected to be silent, and if you Jehus outside the depot where we could weaknesses. It h sold by druggists. Clears the compleilon, anaxnaVes th skin emootk. utter your voice you are interfering. There lind a good hotel. 'Try the Continental, It1Mnot blacken theI tetn, cause headacbe.'f turned over on his pillow and said to the produce oimstlpatim a otSrr Jrtrn nedient do. they stnnd, the four, with opera glass it isn't far oil'. Take you there for a When tha MBS. JUnr K. t'otxiNS, Steab3Till,Ohia.a7i: ktrike, they do not minister: I Brujr:.'. tr .n Hitters for Fecials Weakness dangling nt their side singing, "Rock of dollar,' said he. I jewed him down to brake any thing. JV". . Graphic. "Where did ou learn thnt?" with great irc fit ai' r Latidjc be.n treated by two Ages Cleft for Me," with the same spirit seventy-fiv- e pnjtlcuns I now am in better heatcents, nnd wo got in. Ho "Whv." replie the minister, "mv mothtiian 1 bare in jeivrV that the night before on the stage they drove about ten minutes, turned seven- PiKE'sToonucnEDnors curoinl minute,2So er taught me that." Mhs Wm II Woods, Lebightou, ra..(ura: ' 1 took their part in the "Grand Duchess" or teen corners and finally left us at our Gl'nn' Sulphur Soap joals nnd beauuflos. 25c. nsod llrcwa s Iron litttrrs tor lues of strength from "So did mine," said the dying Scotch "Don Giovanni." G Eiut an Cobs IIexo vlb kHls Corns s. Dunions. rmrtfiu a strong healthy baby. I could not do mT inn. Perhaps my dander wasn't up valuaole tonic, and cordially r work soldier; and the very foundation of his My Christian friends, have we a right to oommeud it . 1 Tun heart wns upturned, and then and there delegnte to others tho discharge of this when is found out this morning that tho will certainly be tho last Genome ha abon. Trade JlarlcanderomedredlinX hotel next to tho depot--' ? Buffalo man. Y. Y.Mail. he yielded himself to Christ, on wrapper duty which God demands of us? Suppose Take no oilier. MadeonlrbT Courier. iikow.-- tin Mic.i.co.,iiALTiiiuuE,atr. Oh, it is an irresistible power! Luther's that font wQodthrushes propose tc do all Remedy for Catarrh is ngreenble Piso's sermons have been forgotten, but his the singing some bright day when tho A Georgia gentleman, who makes to use. It ii not a liquid or a snuff. 50c. "Judgment Hvtiin" sings on through the woods are ringing with bird voices. It is & ages, nnd will keep on singing until the decided that four woodthrushes shall do a living poisoning rats and tannins MANUFACTURERS OF hides, advertises for a wife. Ho frankly blast of the archangel's trumpet shall all the singing of the forest. Let all other bring about that very day which the voices keep silent. How beautifully the describes his charms as consisting prinhymn celebrates. I would to Go I that four warbled! It is really fine music. But cipally of a bald head and a cork leg. The taint 'ierofn!.i In the Mood ibouM be got rid As he has an income of only from threo v those who hear me consequences may result- - Cvasnmptloa would takj how long will yon kocp the forest still? dollars to live dollars per week, ho of or lenoai these sonars of salvation as messages from Why, Christ would como into that forest UundonUeiRirtcrofula of the lunst. and In lu early must bo n student of Edward Atkinson's taiemrbu'dbjpartf Tine the blood and ba lid- - ' and look up as he looked through the flenven: for, lust as certainly ns the bird l nP an wftirm. Tot tfaU Houd". Sr.paill. I broucht food to Elijah by the brook olives, nnd he would wave his hand and system of domestic eoonomie.s. uoequiJed. ltlocurrsBcrofai'wtlen It appears in say: "L-- overv thing thut iinth breath Chcrith. so theso winged harmonies, ths tfna of rnanlnR oorea. bol:. bunches In tbe neclr, While It purifies. are tlvlnr to vour soul with the praise the Lord," and keeping time w ith ToomAcnE, headncho aud other aches catarrh, or la any other mann-rhrend of life Open your mouth and take the stroke of innumerable wings there are cured by St. Jacobs Oil. Prico, 50 cents. Hood's Snapsr!il also vitalizes and enriches the blood. Give It a trial. would be five thousand bird voices leaping it, O hungry Elijah! Prompt to cure and feafo to take is Rod I aaye beea taking Hood's Sarisparllla for about into the harmony. Suppose this deificaCough Cure. No jioisons, no opiates. three months. Iteforfi that time my blood was in a I have also noticed th power ot sacred Star terrible condition. Afteruslnslt for about one month cents a bottle. son to soo'ho perturlmi-mYou may tion of musical performers wer tried in Price, twenty-fir- e mTTTTnTTrTlTTT.TTTTTTTTrjMIMn my sppetlte irssbetterand my general health CTeatly Heaven; suppose that four choice spirits have come in here with a creat many mproved. For a medicine at good as Hood's i? should try to do the singing of tho upper Mad-e"Whnt rize, mndaml and anxietie, yet perhaps in the too much can not bo said." L. L. Lu.zr, r I er think twos. -- GUARANTEEDButbee House. Vat cam. Ct. singing of the first hymn yon lose all temple. Hush now, thrones ami domeasure) Ah. yes, twos. A pair "IbaTebeentroubled win scrofula forthree years. You minions and principalities. David, be Mould be two twos, four altogether. To boy hsTlng those worrimnts and anx'eties. runainz sores on my leg. After taking ono have read in the Bible of Saul, and how he still, though you were the "sweet "James, a pair of ladies' French kids, No. bottle ot Hood's Sareapartlla I am getting well rapid Ringer of Israel." keep 4." Chicago Mail. Paul, was sad and angry, and how the boy Asa Elbxl, South Ilend. Ind. David came in and nlaye I the evil spirit quiet, though you have come to that crown by aijybody: of rejoicing. Frotectlng Thrlr Right. Baxter, keep still, outofhl-n- . A Spanish kincr was Probably no concern in the country has though this is the "Saints' Everlasting W. O. BURGESS, Agt.f The win lows were nil closed. He l six for 15. Prepared by Bold by all drugs:!'" adhered nioco strictly to tho determination 8 and 9 Public Landing, - CINCINNATI, Q. snt in the darkness. Nothing eould bring Rest." Pour spirits now do all the singC L HOOD X . Apothecaries. Lowell. Mais. by ing. But how long would Heaven be to achieve successhas the liberal use of dishim forth until Franoll came and printer's ink than the Brown Chemical No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. IOO Doses Ono Dollar Company of Baltimore. Id. Starting coursed music for three or fonr days to quiet? How long? "Hallelujah I" would Ceie2r cd i:t l.ll'SK" 1IAI.T- about five years ago, they have On tho fourth dav he looked no and cry some glorified Methodist from under him. it una n.lrnf ri f ..-..- combined, StilBN can n re Jiidiii.i: hnrp Sam. tho altar. "Praise the Lord!" would sin.; inr ICO wept nd rejoice I. and the windows were pie Ji Irrioscy . V printed matter, more than the mirtyrs from among the thrones. circu.ation ofhas been paid fur newspopor tree, unrem;' i f 1. S. lbyall thrown open, and thnt which rill the splenhalf of which SaCdierr, llarnwar'' and Harness "Thanks be unto God who giveth us the advertising. All this has boon don to make dors of the courf could n t do, the power Pne j c S' nr tD thel victory!" a great multitude of redeemed known tho virtues of their celebratod Iron Trade ZJf rv.i t r ' of sonc accomplished. If you hnve anxi, i UMJUtuub., I. Bitters. vcir,,!,! eties and worriinen'e try this heavenly spirits would cry myriads of voices comAs might bo expected, Tory large sales MAImSki tlio charm upon them. Do not sit do'vn on the ing into the Iinrmony, and tho one hunilest In tke torld.tttr- Oi-- I tauo senulnr. i- - i have resulted from this enormous outlay, innru nnn is breakmaking it about as staple in many drug err PSrhsse bna SOi.l EVKitV WJlEKli. Binder. bank of the hvmn. but plunge in that the dred nnd forty and four thm-iansuckeye marked ing forth into one acclamation. Stop that tores as is flour nt the corner grocery. devil of care may lie brought out of you. Like all it has bren largely It also arouses to action. Do yon not loud singing! Stop! Oh, no; they can not imitated. good things, there are unscrupuThoy claim thronga farm mtes. I qulreslesi so as o hear me. You might as well try to drown lous manufacturers who cater to know that a singing church is always a SevcrmlsseS a bundle. MentloaVuM just this Savs ooiiilvftlorlfct aors coper whe joa send for our Catalogue. triumphant church? If a congregation is the thunder of th sky or beat back the fcort of trade, and some dealers so lacking tbocuoJi aofrtM ofrtmtdrwor.l ktad an1cltcttt. Dr !:& of lottf fLoIIbc C. Aultman &. Co.. inton, Ohio. Iod4, a street ray ftltfc la 111 silent during the exercise, or partially roar of the sen, for every soul iu Heaven in principle, that because u greater profit r.vt tn cure . TWO BOTTLES FBKE, toi.lh.r wllktfirlfv, IUII vfil nid hns resolved to dolts own singing. Alas, can be made on fraudulent than on genusilent, it is the silence of denth. If when TREATISE cn thu It nr.n5.rer. Ol?. Kl. ine medicines, are willing to delude the the hvmn is given out you hear the faint thnt wo should have tried on earth that public by pushing off Iron Tonic Bitters CllllUr asalrtlt. DE.T, CCSES WHERE All EISE FAILS. hum of here nnd there a father and mother which they can not do in Heaven, and inand other Ionic Medicines in place of genuBest sjvtop. TaMes eoo1. Use MATEBIALS.Jff in Israel, while the vast majority are stead of joining all our voices iu the praise ine Brown's Iron Bitters. The company, rM ttv ilr,,jlfi in tlrrt. finding these frauds practiced so extensiveof the most high God, delegating persilent, that minister of Christ who is preFlowtr Supplies, heua f'r nr lartius catalogues. ly and all other means inadequate, havo at Jlall order fcllcltel llOrTMAXN KUUt., haps to unconecrted men and women last siding needs to hnve a very strong constidotermined to try a little cold law U lUGAIuln Street, Cluclunutl, Uhlo. put a stop to them. Suits for heavy damtution if he does not get the chills. He this most solemn aud most delightful serSALESHEHISSS-SK- S ages havo therefore been commenced vice! COURTSHIP and MARRIAGE needs not onlv the grace of God, but This most wonderful ami handsome I.U11UICA.TI.VO OILS. against Medicine ManufacturNow, in this church, we have resolved nerves like whalebone. It is amazing how E. K. Uieierlcli, Cleveland, O. Kacloaeitampforreplr. book of j6o pages mailed fjronly toe ers, selling upon the plan of conducting the music by ers forcelling Iron Tonic Bitters; and othsome people with voice enough to disAds. Union Flo. Co.. Newark, N.J. for Brown's Iron Tonic; a drugVorihlne ITnblt Cured In . lO charge all their duties in the world, when a precentor. We do it for two reason, gist in Baltimore, for selling Iron Tnie Bitiuy. .oiay llllcur-vaknife. Me ihcn , I.c ba non,'Ohlo ters with his nnme upon the label which CAHGER Treated and cored sent free theAldrss they come into the house of God have no ono is that by throwing the whole responBook on treatment P. L. POND. M OJ.. Aurora. Kane CO..HL medicine wns made by sibility upon the of the people, makvoice to discharge this duty. I really and TTares tent C. O. D. any. also claimed as nn Iean1ret'!lprlce-llstjrr- r Wli-that if tho Church of Christ could ing the gre-i- t multitude the choir, we Manufacturers, and Chemiral Company imi- T i All! r.H!5end for sample cuplrscf be ranadera tation. The Brown dea. C. Streiili: uaies- uome Jourr.aisnurraciicai Housekeeper. might rouse more heartiness. The con-- ' serve success in these suits, as it is, high rise up and sing as it ought to sing, that where you have a hundred souls gregation coming on the Sabbath day time those who have built up large enterbrought into the kingdom of Christ there feel that they can not delegate this part of prises to success, should be protec .ed from would be a thousnnd. How was it in olden the great service to any on else, and so tboso who bvo not br their own gonitis and effort, but by copying and counterfeiting time? Cajetan said: "Luther conquered ' thoy themselves assume it. We hnve glori things that have been made standard and ous congregntional singing hero. People us hy his songs." valuablo by others. But I must now speak of some of the ob- hnve come many miles to hear it. They Theke are DYSPEPSIA THE LIVER stacle in the way of the advancement of are not suro about the preaching, but they than a diary. some things harder to kep r pogket-knifTsrlabfo ipprtttf. fitat. to tlan Inparltt fttllBflttt pU ri1 tfm a Sm4tlstinaI IsaaCflU.lla la (la allu at ua af irk. fcfirtbara. wind la thf fttoaieb, ba3 brvltb. bad laata this sacred music: and the first is, that it can always depend on the singing. We for instance. A ll ktat 8 Iti fort .!, th bll p4jlta th blootL ustUf Jsuiiniltr, la Ua aiaalft. law iplrltf. rraara! pra.triSjVn. Tbara l aa have heard the sound coming up like "the suhas been impressed into the service of 1 nt taw f"pl&loa. wefcst ryrf kltla tfUrrfcva, ftliajruM, fanncf llaaaarprtfareBt taaa Dj.nratla, sad It eaa la - b voice of many waters," but jt will be dono alt taaa aafatbtof ar paUaafd eeadltlaa af wttry frtOe;. idI naqj Othf r tSUtrtuIaf mjtmm rcavraJ perstition. I am far from lellevinK-thu- t There Shnll Ho no Alp. Tlnra11rfrnfeir. inn irt ruN tr c bj i tkrblead. .ni'U'1 rliR5iriIIII.Lt bf rlraa.lac al pari, at a batter rate after a wdiile, when we it of J01L BCtX'3 aAUAr.svm.ULA-- , i ffl I. lont. aa .. jufsitively music ought always to t aia... . .A rl wi ablalsad at oaca. "When Nnpoloon talked of invading Italj retigious. Heflned ait has opened places shull renlize the height and the depth and ono of bis otlicers said: "But, sire, rememDr. Jon forannmbcrof Tears Dr. Jons Bitll. I haTe no lieltatIon In faying ber tbo Alps." To nn ordinary man those where music has been secularized and the immensity of this privilege. KTertlj afflictM with a mtrcorlal headache &tk1 . that I bll3io your SR3PARILI.A to W tho bf.t dull. ho.TT taln in itit llrer. Thre botrlii of Bl L.Vm nvlinna manafaetared for tbs euro of 'Tcrofula, Another reason why we adopted this would bavo seemed simply insurmountalawfully so. The drawing-room- , the bjphr.U aad mnj otbr cntannous and clandolar SAU?ArRJLlA uare xuo moro relit-- than all tbe other ble, but Napoleon responded 1L OWLNS, LouiaTllle, Kj. arlecloaa. haTlnc uavi it with entire success la num. musical club, the orchestra, the con- plan: We do not want any choir quarrels. "Tbero hbnll bo no Alps.'' So tboeagerly: jcombixttiL famous bera of tae aboTe ca. You know very well that in scores of the Rimplon pass pzamlned the cncrlDtkm Da. JonxTlrrr. I have cert, by the gratification of pure taste JAXE3 MOORE. LouUrllle, Ky. was made. Disease, liko a for th vreparation or Da. JOHS Bill's SAksixa-bil- l o a, .uyi telice the combination to to an excellent and the producrion of harmless amuse- - churches there has been perpetunl contentho way of fame, mountain, ttands in Du. Job.v Bnx. I proenred one bottleof BULL'S one, anJ well to produce an alteratiro PAIISAI'AKILLA for my eldest son. und inrnt anil the improvement of talent, have tion in that direction. The onlv church "Golden honor to many who by Dr. Pierce's I hare OeCfi it til tn rmbl.o files aiid various piacrtptlons that Amonitiiererae. ho baa trif-- for iledical Discovery" might bo and priTatpr&ctlre, and think It tLc beat orticio cf treat lons and rliest, tills ono bottle has born of moro becomo very forces in the advancement of fight that ever occurred under my minisJsanapan taiiit:e benefit to bun than all. Itbaacuml me of Iir'prpaia healed and so tho mountain would disapn. , vmxsnue, tvj. a i our civilization. .Music has as much right try was over a melodeon in my first settlepear. It is specific for all blood, chronic KCS. I'UJB. at LOO. JUXLUO LlOjp I UorsoCare, Ky. TU T7 to laugh in Surrey Gardens a it has to ment. Have you never been in church on lung nnd livor diseases, such as consumpthe Sabbath day and heard the choir sing tion fwhlch isfccrofula of tho lungs), pimKIDNEYS pray in St. Paul's. In the kingdom of SCROFULA tumors, swellings, Ira tbe srat ttrrtorj organs of fhe N.. ! a pfu!lr worblJ rvadHlca f tbe nature we hnve the glad fling ot the and vou said: "That is splendid music?" ples, blotches eruptions,complaints. IS lata ad lbrath tbe KMaeja flaw tb wit. tllretttj by aim Kiuarou a4 lrk of tartf lpaHtI In th fcLwl r flttlda riatalalttr pol"au KSllrr talrn frw (cat ncarltksifpat furatk hj tb psalm The next Sabbath you were in fhe church wind us well as the . la the Ihroazh taa tli, ataallj taif.t.ia. Iftba bfdarradanatarl blMwL Sa THE LIFE. tblfl of the thunder. But while all this is and there was no choir at all. Why? The anaa rtaiuap in mi aHs?iuii; in ifiaa4i rlaa'J tad rUaatla lha tall of tark aad Iarmmmm tb w.il.r.1, Ir is a difficult thing tomato the lens of raa.lacb.adaeb.bral. eklll..pala dlrdrrel tamaeb aad eaUr4 Jalata, aJhtfit, twra aWla blotthj Is so, overy observer has noticed that this leader was mad or his assistants were wltb on lha fataarartk. la!, na.be ar StKMl'fUILLl arts a. a Ji.r.llt ontha TTjp1l talt and a large telescope. It is also often a dilllcult mad, or they were mad altogether. Some thing when a man lends his last dollar to r.jrSf ratal salt bow.li. BILL'S rramtaaaiaaeaaft, lm art, which God intended for the impara akwd. MUSS PABSAPASILLi. br D.riftUr lha Kldnf isadbawfl aad dirrftly oa ths blvoi at well, of the choirs are made up of our best tba areat araaa of tbo badj to r.ajaa tbtlr natural bltMxi aal UsIbi ap th tjtfa farcra lha ImparHIt trim h R get it back again. Pacific Juttr. provement of the ear nnd the voice and a jitn ura;n me rjjwir caaaaaia. fuar Uana, aad bealth I. at saeo Katond. cioi ana the head and tho heart, has often been Christian peoplo! Some of the warmest Dr. John IR JoiiiDru Iharenjed Bcli.s SnuirxlULtji that your friends I have ever had hnve stood up in trouble, and my son has for rheumatism and kidney HAKS.PAKXU.Vi9 (JtyideJlr superior to i, impressed into the service of error. Titb new advertisement on this pago of taken It for arthroa ami peneral debility. It has an other now In ue. nud I will take preat pleajnire In Lo Page's Liquid Oluo warns everybody to the musical composer, dreamed one them, Sabbath after Sabbath, it t l r the cure o bcrofula and all llrcnuibotnerea' relief. H.Youmtniiv, BoasrUIe, 111. re ma BKNILLVl T110S. of the Wood and kidnrrn and successfully leading tho praises bowaro of a deceiving bottle. Th wine night thnt Satan snatched from his hand B ii. jklXfcy, 5L P., BradTord. Ky. of God. But the majority of choirs will buy Lo Pog's only. First, becauso an instrument and played upon it someBULL'S SARSAPARILLA. PKiyCIPJL OFFICE; they got double the wortn of the money in BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. thing very sweet a dream that has often throughout the land are not made up of quantity , and second, because Lo Pago's is 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. of the a tried and notrfound-wantinglne. It is been fulfilled in our day, the voice and Christian people, and Prico, SI ; Six Bottlos for S5. used by tho Smithsonian Institute and oththe instruments, thnt ought to have been church fights originate in the organ-lofTHEPOPULAR REMEDIES OFTHEDAY. For Sato by atl Druggists- er Government departments, nnd by exI take that back and say devoted to Christ, enptured from the Many of our churches are dying of choirs. tensive manufacturers, such as tho Pullman Church and applied to purposes of sin. Palaco Car Company, as oll ns by people l?:is:e3 Let us, ns a chnrch, give still more attengenerally. Its popularity is based on its Kuattjan awjii'stxcga aV7"TSCaiC Another obstacle hns been an inordition to the music. If a man with voice merits as a glue, nnd until rival manufactur- nate fear of criticism. The vast majority enough to sing keep silent during the exerof people singing iu church never want cise he commits a crime ngninst God and Sea anybody else to hear them sing. Everyinsults the Almighty. butted, registered 1,813 pounds on a Kiohle body is waiting for somebody else to do bottle" with 5 cents'worth and sec which you had rather have -- the big There will bo a great revolution on this beforo parting, they will of glue, or the honest bottle with his duty. If we all saug, then the subjects in all our churches. God will be unable to overtop its that are evident when only a come down by his spirit and ronse up tho DOUBLE THE QUANTITY, AND BETTER QUALITY. tiw sing would be drowned out. God old hymns and tunes that have not been Yes, dear girl, tho man to whom yon nsks ou to do as well ns you can, ami more than This cut shows the smallest size of This Is aa exact reproduction of a bottle of half awake sinco the time of gave tie mitten is free. He's a then, if you get the wrong pitch or keep our grandfathers. The silont pews in tho A'. 0. Picayune. gloe extensively advertised as a wrong timo, he will forgive any de- church will break forth into music, and article." IT IS T)epljo 'Sot tho Day of Small Tilings. ficiency of the ear and imperfection ot when the conductor takes his place on the c BE Little things may help a man to rise a the voice. Angels will not laugh if you Sabbath day there will be a great host of bent pin in nn easy chair for instance. Dr. should lose your place in the musivoices rushing into the harmony. My tierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" are DECEIVED bottle, -- outside and inside. LePACE'S. cal scale, or come "in nt the close Christian frionds, if wo have no taste for Email things, pleasant to take, nnd they BY I a bar behind. There are three schools this service on earth, what will we do in euro sickheadaches, relievo torpid livers THE TOTAL QUANTITY of M' Outside Shew LIQUID GLUE and do wonders. Being purely vegetable LePAGE'S of singing, I am told the German Heaven, where they all sing and sing forVIII I on can not barm any ono. All druggists. thoy sold during the past five school, the Italian school and the French ever? Let me prophesy In regard to any HighSoundingl years In all parts of the world school of singing. Now, I would like to hero who has no delight in the worship of J A bctctim Is known to bo very prompt GET J fteiiiM. "x. amounted to over add a fouth school, and that is the school Heaven, if you do not sing tho praises of in all bis engagements, especially thoe in I of Christ. The voice of a contrite, broken God on earth I do not believo you will ever tthich he promises to meat a man. Chicago Mail. heart, nlthough it may not be able to sing them in glory. I would that our singJ1 m Bottles. Everybody wants It. stand human criticism, makes bettermusic ing tm taiii a might be like tho Saturday AI.Tj KIXIS of IJEAIiEllS If afflicted with Boro Eyes tjso Dr. Isaac perto God's ear than the most artistic dUULLI-ULnight rehearsal for the Sabbath morning Thompson's Eye Water. Druggistssell it. 25j. it n gooil thing to haiulle. find formance when the heart is wnnting. I in the skies, nnd might begin now by the ft orings iicic citstoincr.s, ana makes the old ones STICK. WHEN YOU BUY know it is easier to preach on this than it strength ami by the help of God, to dis If a girl wants to get married she generis to practice; but I sing for two reasons: charge a duty which none of us have fully ally says so to her popper. Chicago TWO COLD MEDALS London, 16S3; Kew Orleans, 1S55. First, because I like it, nnd next, because performed. At tbe Kew Orleans KxDosltion I want to encourage those who do not Let those refuso to sing joints mado with H endured a testing strain of OTer THE MARKETS. know how. I have but very little faculty Who nover knew our God; In that direction and no culture nt all, yet But children of the Heavenly King 4. Cincinnati. May Should speak their joys abroad. I nin resolved to sing though every note TO A SQUARE INCH. . LIVESTOCK- 3 8310 " should go off like a Chinese gong. God The hill of Zlon yields 4 ProncunceH the Strongest Glue Known. Choice Hutcher & o W) 3 40 ii. 3 Q . A thousand sacred sweets. hns commanded it and I dare not bo silent. IT MENDS EVERYTHING, 3 i) (i 4 .M Good Packers He calls on the beasts, on the cattle, on Before we reach the Heavenly Helds, Wood, Leather( Paper, Ivory, Glass, 4 2.1 SHKKP Good to choice fe 5 0d Or walk the golden streets. China, Fnrniture, etc. the dragons, to praise him, and we ought i!y 3 CO te 4 10 SS Cfr STRONG AS IRON, w ttKAIN Wheat No. ' red Then let our songs abound. not to be behind the cattle and the dragA ROCK. SOLID AS No. 3 red b Q M And every tear be dry; ons. Indupcnsable in erery househoM. Corn No. ' mixed 3Slt5t 39 We're marehlng through Kmanuel's sround Oatb-Another obstacle that has been in the 31',t Si i mixed If your dealer does not keep It, send his card with five stamps for sample To fairer worlds on high. ti St 67 way of the advancement of this holy art by mail. RUSSIA CEMENT CO., Gloucester. Mass. i 10 6JI2 50 Come, now, clear your throat, and get TOHAIXO-Coinmhas been so much angry discussion on the Lugs .SO) 46 J --1) 10 25 Gooil Medium? tU 25 subject of music There are those who ready for this duty or you will never hear PKOVISIiiNS-Poik-Meend of this. I never shall forget hearlo W Q.10 12'J would have this exercise conducted by the t; 12Jj4t Lard Prime steam II) ti musical instruments. In the same chnrch ing a Frenchman singing the Marseillaise BUTTEK-Lhoi- oe J3 Dairy Ohio 2i di 23 there are those who do not like musical hymn on the Champ Elysees, Paris, just APPLEji-Prn- Creamery ne 10) & 50 instruments, and so it is organ and no or- before the battle of Sedan. I never saw POTATOES-ji- er 55 00 bushel gan, and there is a fight. In another such enthusiasm before or since as he sang CANCER NEW YORK. church it is a question whether the music that NationalI air. Oh, how the FrenchFLOm-Sta- te 3 CO and Western.. ..J3 25 For seTenjearsI suffered with a cancer on bj face. GHAIN -- Wheat No. 2 Cblcajro CI 'JO shall be conducted by a precentor or by a man shouted Have you ever in an Eljht months ago a friend recommended ths cie of HI 'i assemblage heard a band play "God No 2 red .! ?,$ drilled choir. Some want a drilled choir Swlfi's Specific and I determined to msto an effort ( orn 40 & No 2 mixed 4T's toprocnrelt. Inihlsl was successful. and besanlti nud some want a precentor, and there is a gave the Queen." If you have you te 4t5 nse. The Infiuence of the medicine at Srs was to about the enthusiasm of a naof PUKK-M- tr9 10 25 atlO .,0 fight. Then there are those who would somewhat atrravate the sore; hot soon tbe InJitmms-tlo- n (Jt 6 2d Fteatn was allayed, and I bcsnntoImproTeslte the first like n the church to have the organ tional air. Now, I tell you that these songs few battles. Jly ceneral health has creatlylraproTed. CHICAGO. we sing Sabbath by Sabbath are the naI am etronRer. nd am able to do any Kind of work. playi i in a dull, lifeless dronJ 75 A flMIlT MEDICIXB TOiT and Western.. (i 50 The cancer on mr face besan to decrease and the tional airs of Jesus Christ and of the FLOUU-St- ate niS DEilED1 way, ing while there are 8 :i nicer to heaUnnttl there li not a Tettl;e of It Wheat W4& 70 atMJUAS DCniXG 33 lEiBS! kingdom of Heaven. When Cromwell's GRAIN 2 Clncajrn No. Spring.. a little scar marts the place. No. who would 78U Sprinir have it wreathed JlES. JotCTB A. McDOSliK. army went into battle, he .stood at the head . 35 $ Corn No. 2 354 Atlanta. Ca. AnKUstll. 1SS5. into fautastics, branching out into jets Oatr-N295,1 Treatlae on Blood and Sfela DIseaiiei mailed free. spangles of sound, rolling and tossing of them one day and gave out the long lind C2 .......... ....HM... live Tns EMrtr-- r SFicina Co, Drawer Atlanta. GaV meter doxology to the tune of "Old HunPOHIC Me 0 10 . in marvelous convolutions, as when in pyK. ".. 17 vr.zsii. Street. . great host, company LAUD Steam 5 fc5 ... rotechnic display you think a piece is ex- dred," and thnt BABI Ton EVEOT WOCXD OF BALTIMORE. hausted it breaks out in wheels, rockets, by company, regiment by regiment, batFREE FARMS in AW AA BU4ST I FLOUR-Fam- ily J4 50 4c 5 00 bine lights and serpentine demonstrations. talion by battalion, joined in the doxGHAIN Wheat No. 2 SOV54S 814 Thomost WmderfiilJgrlcvUural Fork lc America. Some would have the organ played in ology: . 5i 46',5 Sarronnded by prosneroos mlnlac aad manafactnring! .. 37 33 God from whom all blessings flof , towns. FARMER'S PAR ADISfcl Magniflcent crops Praise st LlnIment t almost inaudible sweetness, and others PHOVISIONS-Pork-M- ess 10 00 ftir WJ raised la ISO. THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF Pralso Him all creatures here below; BVB MADE IK AilEEICA. would have it full of staccato passages Q. 754 Praise Him above, ye Heavenly host, GOVERNMENT LAND,ni)Jecttoprc-emptIoCATrLE-Fi- rst quality homesteadi Ls,mlsforsale to actual settler at &0Q per 5 6 Qi 5"50 Praise Father, Son and Holy Gnost. that make the audience jump with great SALES IAB0ERTHANEVEB, Acre. LonKTlme. Parlclrricatedbylramensecanals. HOGS 4 25 & 4 40 eyes and hair on end a3 though by a And while they sang they marched, an. t heap railruad rates. Every attention shown settler. INDIANAPOLIS. Kor maps, pamnhlets. eta. address COLoaAbo Land & vision of the witch of Endor, and he who while they marched they fought, and Mnstanff Liniment ha Oiln. H.ii.aao. g L'iVi On RiljinrI!loc Wheat No. 2 red $ tries to please all will succeed iu nothing vhile they fought they got the victor an thlrty.flve b2.1?. thQ .for n 3154 and rlnT TlaKlt. Oaleklr Correspondenc ycart best of all you are to admit the fact On .'I ""n and women of Jesus Christ, let ut , Nevertheless, ed 'Vi . 3054 ... .- ly cored t home. 4c uon iBQ Kpfiat solicited and tree trial of cure sent that the contest which is going on in hun- go in. nur conflicts singing ths praises of LOUISVILLE. honest !nTeKiatora.TB Htm as RKttxnrCoMiMsr.Lafajeue.lBd. otbertftHjaniJ penctrateaaktrZ tendon dreds of churches of the United States to$4 00 iX 4 50 u t then, instead of falling back, FIour-- A No. God, tbo very bona. &oM 87 41 day is a mighty hinderanre to the ad- at we oii'n do. from defeat to defeat, GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red 108' AJfJC.-- K. iivvij 33 &. vancement of this art. Iu I his way scores we will be marching on from victory to ' IP.al""tnixe,i AsaVBBTISBRS WHEN WniTING TO PORK-i- nw Q.10 50 ,. and scornof churcht are euti sly crip victory I plenae sayyoH tmvr U MtvOmi LARD-tte7 tO I 00 '- brought into the Kingdom of Jesns Chn.f " me warning nn(t the argument of the pub.it, hut whtn , the sweet words of Charles Weslev John Newton or Topladv, the love of" j! sus was sung to your soul, then vou rendered, as an armed castle that snr cou'd not be taken by a host, lifts its window to listen to a harp's trill. There was a Scotch soldier dying in New Orleans and a Scotch minister in to give him the consolations of thecaino COs pel. The man turned over on his piii0 " nnd said: "Don't talk to file about religion." Then the Scotch minister began to sine a familiar hymn of Scotland that was composed by David Dickinson, beginning with the words: s' pled as to all influence, and the music is a damage rather than a praise. Another obstacle in the advancement of this art has been the erroneous notion that this part of the service could be conducted by a delegation. Churches have WOMEN bone-pointe- a low-rate- s, ill-tre- at bo-I- ul 1 t j!rjl - & shoe-mak- er -- s m, dc-ir'- s mm, jr; go. 3 ( Poisoned by Scrofula to-dn- God-nen- t. t . . wor-rimn- ts Sana-partU- a SHOE-PEALE- jt m Sboe-dealo- (tuk-iugh- er iSly -- ".-i P- synduH 17-- " Vater,FiresWinD'Proqf. melsn-chol- v. Hit-har- Hood's Sarsaparilia CO-- put cn bus-ine- d FRA - . r- -- . 31-- or ...AVQjm . s I'rce-Lls,- (sprr? 1 Folding CONS DMPTIONS l X pa-- S ARTISTS' Co-jR- Non-Secr- L0 W&UTsl opium he-lie- ms - ; HAlBi ;s c C0-1- T3 Wab.uh-av.,Cnlai- I I BULL'S SAR! UV U iLiiLsAi throe-dolla- e, tr f It a I rnl; m .- w 11 i 1 BrtL-Ihftre- Wn I ! T- - . fort-un- ca.''u.-t(e- . n over-sore- s BLOOD eaat-U- r- long-met- !!. erap-tle- er pra-f- l I 1 jt a Tar-tin- tirn-iin- t three-fourt- hs p t. nine-tenth- s. ul i5ijT BjuOOd "10-ce- jptjje&si. LOOK AT THES IOT7LES inac-curaci- es testing-machin- o e. d. -. "10-ce- nt t TE LSQU3D CLUE c Vl nrTI ? f J 32 NIELL1QR3 to-dn- y 1 Tuie (s liJ L TtU-grat- a. MICE'S. 9600 POUNDS c, Cattle-Common- HOGS-toiuin- un. r"I.OUU-Kam- -- No nt Hje-.N- o.-' HAY-Tnni.tli- 1 on t-ii H EPITHELIOMA! OR SKIN 1 En-gli- MUSTANG Survival gh know-somethin- Oats-mi- xed LAltU-West- ern the Fittest. oth-ji"- left-o- nly o.2 lEIiHISWIIfflT IWml n Corn-Mi- xed Oats-Mi- xed Lard-Hefl- ned Corn-m.- xcd kv??? . r 0tto-imx- f. 1 Corn-mi- xed '""tt OPIUM la tfcla am pr. i4si. LEI UlJL.JJfPJU-W-- t f a !m iiiiiuiiumpi!pinminHMpHp . .. JC .. W . a&S!L$ggj -'- . JL, if. YfPrcil. R. L- - ALLXANDIilt, The la.lies of Uio Episcoiml II. bvjciianaK, Os. T. TYLEK, Pre. church annouueo a concert and 151 Tf 1 dramatic entertainment at City 7f feVrf Notice. Mr. B. II. Freeman was elect-- ! Hull, next Tuesday cvoninjr, which Ji There will be a grind excursion given eil Major, and ted. Starhs, Police! promises to be a rare treat. Miss troat Hickman to New Orleans, July 22. Judge ol J '"ulteli, Saturday last Huisv Castlemah. Mrs. Ivollnhpr. 5IECSkJZA$. 5Y. OTFXCKRS OF BXCDB810!'. Gov. CurttA am! his eominitJMiss GaneU a,isR Uullnrcl, Mr. JF C. E. H. Haabrough, J. W. Brown, J B1,iso" Sclmdi Swayne, brab, Dave Upnliaw, F. T. Thorn pann, Geo. lee settled tl'e Missouri l,.jjeK::(,ine strike. Let tlie old war liovernnr Plr' Kul,8,ri, l)r-- J- - M- - Hubanlf Waslunrtoo ,000. and others of established, woll try his hand on Chicago. ReV.A.DeVINE. known home talent, will take Mho Milton Comity Teache rs'j parts. In .'ddition to the fine Dr. D. Beatty, Dentist, of Wf nany years experience, has re- Association convenes m Iliuk-ma- n musical selections, tho mirth-pro- -' ' ? the patronage BeiB" mtutnrly ormmiaed at.I ready for lra ingS 7 Saturday, the Sth instant. voiiiug society larce, tuieti"Jhe lumed to Hickman to practice Iris aige, Approved " IHcclUm made lor eptgt'-'All of all. profession. Office, No. 12 Laclede An interesting piogramme is an- Roston Dip," will bo presented. paper runniotr ii.m or four m9,ll discounted nt the ainam. aprSOtf nounced. rote of S per ctnll Hotel. This piece represents an old couple The Catholics of Canada have suddenly raise from pennry to -- 1 wond inform the ladies of I have been forbidden to join the Knights wealth, their maimers and conHickman and vicinity, that establish- of Labor It is thought that a duct under the change, their two opened a Dress-makinOH AS ftALTZER. beautitul daughters, H. ntfCKAN ment at my residence, on Carroll similar order will be issued by tlie tention given them byami tho at a. ?. TVI.ER. ALBXANDEK. VX. L. OEO.U.1JELKELn. JOHNSON Y. r. UNUERWOOb. I. tho fops of church in the United States Street, opposite Mr. Maxwell's. the dftj, who aro of eourso after I cut by the celebrated Moody The Dixon High License hill. the money, &c. Tho programme svstcin. nap.d altogether in large which ha; occupied so much of is an inteiosting one, and tho l E3! 1 A pities, ami guarantee perfect fits. the time of the pivseut Legisla- Courikr gun Riu tees each ami HI Jl! w be5 itt the business about ture, has been defeated. A ma- ever one who will attend, a pleasJ have 18 years. I will also teach cut- jority of the Legislature was clear- ant evening Reserved seats, 50c: ting and fitting. I would rospect- - ly for the bill, but it was defeated general admission, 5c; children, fully ask you for a liberal share of by parliamentary tactics. 25c. Reserved seats for salo ai Jrour patronage. I am sure I can Henry Prather, colored, in Cowgill's drug store. please yon. BeKpectfully, going from church to his home, Mits. M. Fatjis. Just received from New York, Friday night, received a pistol Big bargains in all kinds of shot wound in the neck, at the a large lino of new Hats and Ron-netaloO, a beautiful lot of French NVtfolcn Dress Goods, at Plaut's. hands of an unknown and unseen Fliiwers. In fact you will lind jt . Choice CORNED BEEF, aUn;ir or Prather has no idea uho livery shape and color known in " for what purpue. tt cents per pound, for sale by .1. shot, the millinery market in my stock. SI 44 cji Aj & y, i Judge Caswell Bennett nnd Call and examine for yomsoii. aprlO Wntogers. Judge J. 11. Bowdcn were Domi Mrs. J.ones. Wa ntnni ninet linaVtv 1l.liUft nated by acclamation for Judge of to the ladies, for their liberal ap- - the Court of Appeals and Jg'lge Stone fought all tho way from preciation of our beautiful line of of the Superior Court respect- SiOO.000 down to $25,000, for tho iVrOsS Goods, during the past ively for the. First District by the appropriation for the Hickman veek. We have had an immense conventions held in Henderson harbor. He wanted it mandatory .IsTID THIS trade, but our stock is still com- last Wednesday. on the Commissioner, so that there f plete. We are showing goods not would be no way to dodgo usiug Mr. W. N. Legg.it e died at his found in other houses. homo, at Searcy Landing, Ark., it on improvements at this point. egg Alexander & Maxwell. last Tuesday-week-, of pneumonia. We suppose his efforts will fail. '! -A big bonanza in Summer The deceased was a quiet, unasMr. John Witting, one of our Coats, a Plaut's. Being full up on suming, good citizen, whoFodeath these goods for Men and Boys, will bo generally regretted, by oldest and most successful Ger the Now Store of ve are offering for 35 cents a Coat those who knew him. His age man citizens, leaves next wcekj in the city arc to he found at lor a ihit of several months to vorth 75 cents; for 50 cents a Coat was 51 years and 6 months.. his native land Prussia. Ho sails worth $1.25; for si a Coat worth A branch of the Young Men's from New raB K Rig York on tho 29th of 3. Call and see for yourselvejs. 3 1 tii V Christian Association was organ- May, and will be absent in Europe We guarantee to save you 50 per ized in Hickman Sunday afternoon until sometime in September. tttmV. on these goods. w last, with 21 members. Mr. J. T. sm& s a tiaq ITyoii Want a No. 1 Spring Walton was chosen President; T. Ths State Legislature, it is ;tK. L said, will adjourn, between tho "Wagon, at the lowest price, call M. French, A complete New Stock of Staple anr Fancy Dry Good?, Notions, Alexander. Treasurer, and Alfred 15th and 20th. J. W. Rogers. on Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Ac, in great variety. "Everything to be found McDaniel, Secretary. needing any Gro-tlfie"""If you are Dry Goods House. Every article freah and new. No in a finst-claOn the 20th of this month. Will pav von big, to stop ii stvles. from 1 to 10 o clock, p. m., a straw- - The meeting hold at tho Meth- oldWe" and post yourself at Alexander & j odist church last Sunday for the invite an inspection of our goods, conGdnt wc can please you, supper, with a d Maxwell'.. They are making very j old ham, vvc, given by the purpose of organizing a Young and guarantee the very lowest prices. extraonunary low prices Ladies Aid Society at Rush Creek Men's Cluistian Association was r i."' m a. ...i. viijuu ..w - well attended both by young and i. ouu.u, n... ii-COSTOVCI . Tho Celebrated llllj IMMIlNJi in inu UlIUliwi. old men : a good many ladies .wero QliVia fnn Tnilioo rttl "n-- : ,,r illll, lur . also in attendance and all proround nnltnt Pinnt'B .R Thev nroA,soan "rtistic Japanese quilt, nounced the meeting one of the Call and fee us; we will be pleased to show our goods. v will be handsomely tinhshe. , exclusive agents. The best wear- - j they ever saw in nickman. Ml bet liarvoy. President of tho We also carry a complete stock of Groceries, (Jueenswure, llarnes., ing Shoe, the neatest titling Shoe, s.oh,.l tI,e gest bidder. good Mr. etc., at lowest prices. " ,,ell i tins the most' comfortable Shoe everjSMonU1 S Young Men's Christian AssociaJfcSce the Sign across the street. sold in Hickman, is the testimony tion of Union City, and Dr. Little, I olf all who have tried them. There Is not an enterprise of tho same place, contributed II. BUCHANAN'S is tho only within our knowledge deserving largely to tho interest of the I3&. IT JL house in Hickman that has the 0f irreater nraise than the farni- - meeting. rieht to sell Ackerrland & Tyler's ture factory ot .Messrs. uzuienr, Services were opened with singPerfect-fittin- g Custom-madCloth Green & George. These young ing and prayer. !! Capt. C. L. Kan dlo was called to men commenced business about ing. the chair to act as tomporary four ago a Dobt fail to observe the ek- - not tomonths 50. upon by capital- President, and J. E. Fuqun, Secindusand, exceed j 1) o i Z3. gaiu values at cu ?o.ou ami ivt in j try l!iev jiave acctimlatcl a large retary, pro tern. S2J The Association then proceedaicnfl onus, j ucv are caiciuuiuu stock of jjoods, in amount from ! G00 to Soo. They have mana- - ed to elect permanent oflicers : J. to make von smile with iov. o ia e President; T. M. A bff T. Walton, Alexandeu & Maxwell. factured beds wash-stsn:l-- m ()ITY ITEMS. " LOCAL NEWS. tr-t--- nr . . rr r. t . &S a. i" r 1 . J, f ." r ' ' i!w wii3aggB!j5rn rj jijwii jatXaag, rr yiiikm ANNOUNCEMENTS: FCR CIRCUIT j.IUIJGE. Wc are au'horized to announce C. I.. HANDLE, of Fulton county, as a candidate for Circuit Judge. Election hi d next. Au-qti- 2i8L!&lk st CAPITAL, FOK COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY We arc anthorizel lo nnnonnc3 CIIAS. II. TII'IMAS, of McCrckcn countv, n a candidate for re e'ectioc to the olliee of 0minonnealtli's Vttorney for tliw Judieiil Uistnct. E.cctton in August, I8t. We arc anllmrized to announce JOHN lv. HENDUfCK3, of fJVinfiHton county, an a candidate far the office of rmtnon-isrealtb'Attorney, in this, tlie Firt Judicial District of Kentucky. Election in August nest. We aro trit'iorized lo announce SAMU as a candidate for tlie ofilre of CVmrVri ooalth's Attorney in this, the rirt Jutlicinl Dixtriot of Keutocky. n IOXf3 HAVE B3A0H2,D ?OtJ E3SA A DQUARTlSRS R rW""" 3a G?ibmsn ixn mi ir, SS. 3 1 fir rZSTZ&Z3 1 )IBBOaBS: sh E23 jrrW g THE OLD EEL! ABLE oJ?$ Q?ir'W' Si W 3 B 'r -- for county Judge. By ns acmididate tor Conntv Judge of Full on county. Election, Monday, August 1, lS8fi. We nro authorised to. announce .T. NAYEOK, ana candidate for tho ofSco of Counts J udje of Fulton county. Election in Auguxi next. We are authorized to announce I). W. DICKINSON an a. cindidae tor Ju Ige of the I'ultou County Court. Election in Aiigutit next. FOR aOUNTY ATTORNEY. Wc aro authorized 'to announce JnJge fi. S. M UURELL, a3 a candidate for tlie office of County Attorney, nt the ensuing August election. TjT a Eaj rv re lib m n i - irlrfiTil authority wo announce T. 1$. dsii&&lW uj F.ER-R1M.- L, OunD laEa.Ija' jrm. v frifpli to ARE STILL IN THE KING, With the best selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman. Their prices arc below' any competition. (We all pleach low prices.! But just drop in and see for yourself, and you will be convinced thai we are giving voj nets. 75; Those who haveone themselves the injustice of buying before calling at on r tore would do well to bear tlicce facts in mind. No trouhh, butyl pleasure, for ii to show and price yott our goods' Pig hnrmuns iij all departments. Come and see. -- s; BY ALL, THAT wm BQdS, 1 Tm atsj! Styles, v sr CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We jrc onhorizel to announce T. M. FRKNC11. a a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton countv. I.iection in August, lfcb. COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authorized to aanounee W. P. to TAYLOR, asacanduhtc for thcoGcoof County Court Clerk of Fulton. THE OLD R.ELIABL COAS. A. HOliCOMRK -- iiv f. county. WTe Lloctton in Augu3t, lbot. ntAi.cn PfifH ss tip B aw POR SIIEltiFF. arc authorized to announce W. A. SHUCK, as a candidate for re!eot ion to the. office of Sheriff of Fulton county. Election in August next. EOR JAILER. We are authorised to announce JAMES or Jailer of l TAYLOR an a candidate Kuitnn county, at the ensuing August election. Wc are authorized to announce TIIOS. V. WALLACE, as n caudidnte for to the office of Jailer of Fulton county. Election in August next. We areauthorized UannounceGEOKGE L CAHTBNTEK, n a candidate for the office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elec tion in August next. KOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Wo are authorized to announce JOIIN J. TI DWELL, as a candidate for theoffico of Assessor, hlcction m Ausjust next. Wo are authorizwl to announce J. S. BON DURA NT, as a candidato for :he of hied ion in Au-gifice of County Assessor, drugs, mmm rm m m-m- mi 3S2I 21 3D 3KC laEC 'PRESCRIPTIONS JB jSb CARhFdL', 35is:-sr- & COJIPO UXh D 1 --r. I ' Vice-Preside- nt a) &,. ija! e k&iL'g-vLig- g fon' ice-crea- m WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. DBIJGG1S DEALERS AV DRUC1S, MEDICINES, BOOKS, J STATIONERY, and School Supplies. Fancy OOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES,' SUNDRIES, TAINTS, OILS, WINES and LUJUORS, for Medical uEe. AGENTS FOE THE i" WHITE SEWING MACHINE i n e ii;i ? iSilUs! - s. For "tii c itiU EasaS n M ocuruuiry, aim w. u even a piece of machinerv. They : .. iii . Has a splendid stock ot rootwenr, go i onauK, f'" "- : are now negotiating for machine- - Alexander, Treasurer. .,,. aml if suuccssful in bnvmsr. The President then made a call which are offered at 02CF PI? ICE, and that the very lowest the marked vuuceueu u. ii limb uii. mi Represents a line of the very best Companies in tho United States. competition in iiiis line. xr me wilI at once b8,rin the manufac- - for members, and 22 young men justifies. All goods guaranteed to bo exactly as represented. v.u.JJOUgias so oiiui-- , iue uuu- - turc of fnniiture tipon a large joined, and all expressod them(OFFICE AT COURtiUOUSEt) selves as ready and willing to suaw cc x'laut onoe. x.cr I,ai1 scale. Fulton Boomerang, PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPEKTKTBSDEKT. work for the Young Men's Chriswarranted. Wo are authorized to announce CHAS. tian Association. Smitli, Ellison & Co. have the An nitrritlci7, Itclinblc House. II. KINGMAN, as a candidate for tho ofC. rlii-can Council roeee(liia.s. fi'oiuji'CssioiiaS Sci'i's. of liamiBomestliucof Men's Youth's, upon, A. Holconibccarry inalraysbe lc"tof After several good religions fice of 1'uhUc School Superintendent not only to stock the lanes trom several ot tne mem- t'ur. Padurah Vr lioys' itucl Children's Clothing, ii everything, hut to secure the Agency for bers, Ful'on county. Election in August next. Hit KMAr, Ky j Miy 4, 1S3C. tho President appointed a There are several oases of Conthe citv, and at lowest prices. sucn articie-'ahave well known merit, committee on devotional exercises We are authorized to announce Prof. Council met. Present, Mayor French; gressional fever in tho LegislaCall and see them. J hey call Save and are popular with the peop'e, thereby) IAMKS II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate Couucilinen Cole, Witting, Rogers, Fethe, sustaining the repusationot being always lfor the next meeting: P. C. Cald ture, in tho First District, Maj. Hertweck and Itamase for re election to the office of County yOU money 111 Clothing. cEline-oT"Giii, iiiv.-L7inc- rs iraaua,.taiM.;-&fr.naihofii4rrrc,"- c,,li icii-Trcsidont -V- ; Alfred Fife Q - &k 6 Sam- I next. We are Ruthorized to announce W. B. (.JOUE, as a candidate for tho office of of Fulton county. Election in August next. We are authorized to announce J. O. A. COOPER, as a candidate for re election to the office of County Assessor. Election iu Auguht next. We are authorized to announce Q. M. T. (SALMON, as a candidate for tlie office Ol Election in August County Assessor. ne.it. We are authorised to announce D. E. PATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. Election in August next. As-ects- or ?gr ? f best makes of all kinds of Hardware the very ;?sgj av'BB; P? yfe(2x.t .- - t- ,j t - ; HOOFING A SPECIALTY. d ) J. D. MILLARD 'j j & S03M, i ) II. BUCHANAN'S is the only honae in Hickman that has the right to sell Bryan & Brown's celebrated make of Ladles' and Missies', Men's and Boys' Shoes the best hi the world. Full line India Linens, from fio per vd, to 50c per vd. A com- Embroideries, plete line Swiss Embroideries, Jackouet Edjriiurs, Insortinss. Oriental Ji- ccr, cheap Laces, Parasols, Fans, all-over 0 ixr' - t s -v Sr Ac--. i A.-y tho Methodist church. The special election 'for or The congregation then sang against saloons," Monday. result- - "Am I a soldier of tho cross I" od in a decided majority for the j and adjourned with tho benedic saloons, the voto closing lo() for tion. J. E. FUQUA, against saloons. saloons to Secretary pro tem. septlS-l- y him so far is his failure to get any WATER TRIVILEGn. The voto was very small, many ofiices for them. I suppose this t)r.A. A. Faris asked permission of the vc, at riaut's. citizens declining to vote because is not Stone's fault, lie will be Council to put in a tank at the spring in j"m7 HUBBARD. M.D.. J1,.. l.n: I. I.. cuum .nut luntuv uh-- r.inl I.l -- Ladies don't fail to see v.ie'- -' Call and see ouc line of Cnrpots. returned, but after that keep your Carroll street, and to lay a pipe on said views 01 tne question on inu ia- - The greatest variety in the city. evo on Moss, i nave always street from the tank to ma livery staoie Offers his professional services to tho peo- nndcr & Maxwell's line of Import .. Miu :i.s nresemeu. ouuiu itiu hi- - Velvets, Body Brussels. Tapestry thought Henry Burnett Of Pmfu on corner Kentucky and Carroll" at recU.,plcof Hickman and vicinity. ed Dress Goods. mi men voted to put the..iselye3iBrnssels A 0 motion, the Council by unanimous; JSTOfHco at the residence of Dr. 0. II. WooU o plv, AH cab, would go to you goods which other bonces do Hnbtord . panted the permi.ion on record, not that they approv ed NVool) L, ,,: SnperSf Wot Filling, as he is from Moss ' "countv he marlO lot carrv. 8AIXJON ELECTION either the present or the proposed Cocoa n,i vnM;f. Matting, Straw would give him trouble. the Clerk presented the poll book of the Ask to see the Genuine French law. There aro in the corporate Matting, Hemp, Oil Cloth, &c, &., election held on the 3rd inst., on the queslimits 333 voters, and the voto 0 lowr prices than anywhere in the All persons holding claims aeainst the Kid Shoe at $ti.50, for Ladies. The County Clerk issued H- - tion of "For or against the issuing of li- estate of li. F. Thomason, deceased, are polled shows 192 not voting. Many city. Only found at Alexander Sr cense this week for the niarriage cense to retail and tipple spirituous, respectfully notified to present the same of our best citizens voted for samalt liquors in the city of Smith, Ellison & Co. of the following parties at once, properlv proved, for settlement. preferable to loons thinking them and on motion, the Council proHickman, Ky'., March, 19h. 1886. WHITE. If you want to lit yourself up existing modo of sale. Tho liceeded tocoupire the same, whereupon it nylvass KlstiJie Acailciny. A. A- - FAKIS, appeared that 130 votes were cast tor the in a real nice Tailor-mad- e Suit, or cense has been fixed at S00. P. M. Cole and Miss Tonnie Administrator. Samuel L. Isbell's second term issuing of license and 36 votes were cast odd Pants, at a big bargain, go to at Slvan Shade Academy, closed "VVjincIerful Cures. against it, and on motion, the Council J. C. PARTLOW. GRAY. Plaut's. COLOREtJ. the issuing of license" carried. J. F. lie- - last week with a tree planting and W. D. 'Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Kobert Chambers and Jennie l)ropin and sec the rush at tail Drupgiits of Kome, Oa , say: PFICE 07 LtCfcNSH $800. e May Queen celebration. The programme was wellren-- l Freeman. King's New Disco ve Alexander & Maxwell's., Thev have been ssllinir Dr. The Council proceeded to fix tho price of And eet vour lllactsmithing and general ry. Electric Dittcn and Uueklcn'a Arnic dered and quite ontertaining to a tippling license, and on motion 01 ioun? Kcpairin done at arc , doing the business because they . r- .:i ., Salve fox two vcars Ihive never hnuleU kindly disposed and appreciative! , ., Hl"'gi IU " il.n ISn.nsn m'- 5Bnf "IfflRn if:.i: '" 'ivi"a OJX-A "T" It Blight liave Been. , hat "sell as well, or give such tin- maKC tne prices. j reme,iie;J A Cii flFl1 the motion bemj; seconded ny councilman 1) JS aU(1j ence. St. Tout Globe. . ,. Cole, a of the . . iver.ai saiisiaciion. inerenavc ueen w c y,,,,: "" o...i: If Elaine had been President in nsBlted noil follows.- - vote being called for, fvMArair'.. inn nnir, prpnnnn VVKa'.; ,TT. nrtnrr v v rJor. c. ... r .1 "",w .'t'i """ " wonderful cures effecte,! l.rth.a n.cdi'ines " r ...T"- - un"-"'- . ai jucon 01 iuay, 1110 ail- - place of nn,.A,n,i the ...i.i u.,l Av. Witlinr-- . Cole. Kamace and R02 HICKMAN, Will 8611 gOOUS at irom ten 10 in this city. Several cases of nronouneed KY. Uy twenty per cent, cheaper than ailr Consumption have been entirely cared.New tiienco aUjOUrneti to the grounds ti10 SoiifliwMtorn rtiln-ifirs ere, 4. Her tweek and Fcthe, 2. K.o Naya Prices. Our btUe. of Good to other house in this section of.?of ' taken in connection with Elec iiifrwitness the ceremony of plant- - ttn wouitl HOW 1)0 paiioiietl bv Thereupon the Mayor declared $800 per motto. Work at the tree . . Wrn think ho will, as he Discovery, country. w glIBranteo them always. Federal soldiers, and every matin-- ' annum the amount to be paid for licenre, fcaT.1I J IIi WORK a special tv.-- a , .. lion that was done. . Miss Isorn ,.: AlfavR does jinst what ho savs he UUlU U - n 1!. llUILUUIULi . 1.1 v c..i V tri 1. . uuo tsiiuvci wuniit tuae ueen snot Ru "" """ion, ine oicrK is auowea per JOHN F.GRAY & CO, """do. He also says that ho will baunuers gave an inspiring toast, (1 will mar26-t- f or 1)lacC(1 bo,lill(i nr:R011 ,,!irK. cdnt. for collecting the money for the same. !j.j.hh H . jl . ,..4 . t.n1 HhiiiAD o rl i m" - rnviiiiiuicf ik-i)i.APiMn.v n.,ii Rim. T TT Nothing succeeds ""w w"w which n:iP4 .vo.uvu to wj Wm. ' win. i'io;.,rt CIO X 1UCIUUL11. VTUUIU ' STREET OBSTRUCTIONS. ! itiltlVJ on ' VH " a unot' aPProPrato would have been dictator, audi Tho street com mittce reported the yoa can bet ho will do it. which chal- - ',; T cess, and that success FOR SALE. v "" ,"v-1- ' a con clean for . t.lmt ' our All Wool lonCrOS admiration 13 that Which 18 I ,.;. people tlicn returned. to the 'llOthiii!? could huvn nrnsnuroil....,.1 streets inin goodseason dition nnd Marshal's 200, OOO feet drv Cypres-- Building Ask to see me w early the ., and the i.So ,u,in rmr. nn hv niiiAt i,nn5tntntinn "" Mcu'b Suits, at $8.50, worth $l2.o0 y"uiJKZJ k listened to an elo- - Z". ?4 . f aim,",,'.. attention was again called totothe enforcing and Fencing Lumber. Also, 100,000 .ur. 0f the ordinance in regard IM'n an, obstructing Cypress Shingles. in other houses. "!lnu.M,t and ornate address from " .. l, . u" ;.."EONDURAKT& DREWRY. iiiaiiiiiuu- is mis 10 worry along tne tne j.w"o) f;iui;ci.i a. TT 1Mi. and streets. uuiuu Alexander & Maxwell. merchant, of Hickman. In buv ,. best he can. lie is hoeinir a verv Complaint being made as to pools of niar!2 stumpy row '1"I ' ;;.... , , present, and if Mr. lvaler 8,anJ)s in Wc.it Hickman, the The Ladies are invited to see ing he finds an article that isgood 7 uoy 01 i?i;.lrt" ...i.iat : iayur rer ucsted 1.M committee to .,.Dt....n t 11(4 lli Goods. :., r.oi;,. Wit ., v m. 111111 ii in bur elegant display of Dress .uinii o it "'""u help thonu i.:.' .. ,:r.l :. examine the same, tl ic streetthe cause, and ascertain , ... UOkWiiUtO HHI invu.raie, ,, o.P n . , .. ,. would iimn along have u removed if practicable. We have all the new shades in tUUIIIU Ui UUilllUl HIUIUUl .""Nit, " On motion, Council adjourned. never tll0n .i... 1.., L,zz, l",'"v"".' ",l- - mightily. "..J. etc. anil then always keep's !laus, Chocolates, Heliotropes, McDamel. FA IEIOSTAISK.S A licit, . W. L. McCUTCIIEX, C. C. gets just out nor tries to Ktib- - ( ,.. ,. Don't fcrget that we show you etitute something else. Hence, then rend .0, X&eath oJ XV, X, Slurivsoij. BOOT AND i Jyl A and interesting only latest style goods, sii".li as can- when Cuiun City A(ln-e- . he gets a customer ho is lengthyQueen of May essay. The then read not be" found outside the larger cit- very apt to hold him. For in e'aili:rngi Information reached Troy on SHOP. North . ,..l.'Tlr TTnroRt.- Ilrmn ,." Mifl Imr roorl.- Wednesday that W. A. Harrison, Good Clovor pasturage $2.00 land Troy Avenues,"West corner of Moscow ies. w..- ,' r, ...V East Hickman, Ky., stance he keeps a cigar called tho f. lm u lv u i.ui .oyai lor.ncrly of Troy and Alexander & Maxwell. "Double Teain," and any oho who & f per head for horses and JL50 for Ea? cat iat Action guarameeu. April. ny many ot our citizens died a few- - cows. s. Strong. enjoj's a real delicious smoke will BU!Vr.7 it .. " :... V V I ", MU'"1 UBS7- ays since in Holmes County, Mis. be repaid to walk a block'or so . . .tu. wiiiuu uo iV..u..u FIXE SHOE. out of his way to get one" of his ing of an original and beautiful it is s:mi that ho died without Jlr. Blaine appears to have a W. B- - BROWN & CO. monev or nmi m i.nrin.i -f sx brand. His location is somewhat 1 f II "l" Having taken charge of the . Ve ask a trial of our Ladies', poeuij uy .uiss Diiiuu jiatiuox. by the authorities. Tt Ih bo re- literary bureau in full operation in will out of tho mart of trade,' but by Miflsea', Meii's and Boys' Custom-mad- e audienco then listened to membered that Mr. Harrison mar ie xorir, sowing i specious 11 n Tl O such methdds ho is growing to.be anThe IH i Shoes, which for style, fit rt success. addreso from Maxwell Saun- ried a Nashville lady, but the paragraphic seeds which shall c RHd durability, cannot bo excelled. ders, after which Mr. Isbcll invi- - couple did not live together but a hlosOm forth in 1SSS, and bear to the pnhlic that the They are made specially for us by ted tho audience to tho grounds Short while. Ho Was a man of the lnut of another nomination. Respectfully annoucc improved, that the A r inert Naive. Iliickloil'n ItiRnll right. Tho Democrats can house has been well Louis, whose J8. Ban in & Co., St. is the host The Best Salve in the xvorldfor Culs. to partako of the idainties . which K00d address and education and do it again. Courier-Journahave secured one of the best cooks ever in custom-madwork Bruises, Sore?, Ulcers. Salt Itbcnn? Fver the gOOtl LtUlCS OI lilO Vicinity imii nau seen a great deal of the Hickman, and that no exertion will be nade iu St. Louis. Ecery pair is Soret, Tetter, Chapped Jlaud, Chilblains prejiared. rsnired to entertain guests in nvot hospita world. at reasonable warranted lo give entire satisfaction Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pot- Jn tllO evening all went home KEPtnLics aro not alwavs un ble manner, to good fere, andsolicit respectfully prices, ?Try thesi dnce, aud you will wear i.c.. uu a.ies, uruu payruired. it John Robinson's rrrnnt v..irno grateful. Goorgo Washington has of the and they natronanc. Beard :a share h tho reuieuiDranco ot a nap w vfttr oho SI a itgii4r.iiiircu iu cue peneci satisfaction, -- ,,,1 For sal' only by fco Other ever to be remembered Will dxhibit, 22nd or 2rd of Juue ' lir.en appointed postmaster at Bay day; by nnblic or money refunded. Price 25 cenuVpcr boi-- ' W the week, $3. . BniTUi Ellison & Cos in Fultoiu , oCCaSlOlli mar2G For sale by C A. HolcomU? Wi xttlUli. '1..-h Having well, J. E. Fuqun and R. L. Alex Tom Moss wonld like to go to j secured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. er, couimittpe. Congress, but he will hardly do discovery ior Consumption, J...V muuuuuu uh.ii .ii'i'"'""-'- , , so at tne next election. .mks una will fell it on n positive iniarantee. It will a meeting ior next Sunday even-- ,nate ft vorv capable Representa-in- g Hiircly cure any and every affection of at 3 o'clock, to bo held at the ' tjve nll(j js popular with his pco- Throat. Lungs, nnd Chet, and to show our confidence, ive invite you to cll aud get a M. E. Church, and to be continued pie. Indeed, ho is popular wher- Trial Bottle Free. each Sabbath for one month at over lie is Known, nowever, as entcrpnsinp, and ever reliable. ! ' llltlUllMiV3 O UiU 'tick ujwimi; read, rpr0ved and signed. "vit; School Superintendent. gust next. Election in Au- fi 1 accoumts allowio. The following arcounts were presented, and Lsi'iK amincd hv chairman of the finance committee, on motion, were allow- ed and checks ordered issued for the same 3IAYFIELD, - - AT. pat Mr. Stone is now serving his first Street pay roll for & two wccks....SC016 - xox lumber-..- .. 8 20 Hcrtweck. term 111 Congress, ho will receive tr 1 Dallzer Co.. ............ 7.10! In Active PrnctIreSiiice3InrcIi, IST7. .. l.n,l,nr ......... v is .v.. the indorsement of a second with- li, uuwualiatlt WILL practice in all the counties of the CST'Drawinjs, Plan's, full specifications as to evpryiliing needed treasurer's report. Tho only fault The out opposition First JmlifJul District, and in tbe Appel- cost accuratelv calculateil. Lock and Key jobs solicited. City Treasurer presented .his monthStone's people have found with ly report, which was ordered filed. late Courti of Kentucky. !! 1 ft '! 1 5 H i MII1M.W I D.G. PAKK, KENTUCKY. furni.-hed, an J enliroS' iti ico I -- 3 Mc-Dad- INSURANCE, gr, i i -- I lj A - ijncr r' r r 7 Ji A r f!.5vTtS, Max-Well- 's. vin-ousa- Ilick-nin?- " LANDEUKE & TIMS TPBID A2TD AND THE DAVIS. IPwE ' o. AOEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: j TSSTED; Ji- - PIICENIX.of irirtfonl, Conn ; LNCASHIRE. Manche'ter, England; HARTFORr, Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, j , , c.-6- ', -- Uu 9 MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARX, N. GrriCE, at Mcore& Landrum's Drug Store. , 'f Rock-botto- . ..!.. ; 11 a . -- ft ,"' M Mm, - (o WHEftBCAS "" . . ZTnr r'"V":. U , i.i. r, ..-i- ll !. ,,,.. "'"" 1 , li :.":. . "i.;i l. , sitic-wal- ks ' mm I BUY a KU2TAKI.I2 EEAL YALSJE? FlSESEX't At 1! SCISROil, Se Before deciding this question avc invite you to examine the beautiful and varied stock. IE --- -- T W9 I I .. k .A MBS. Port-folio- JENNIE GAKDNEF, variety. well-know- n "";' ..i at riew store, Puqua & DeTfow's old stand, lias an endless vaietyof jBooks and Taney Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finfsh, Pens Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases Cards; &c, Ac. Pencils, s, and Toys Iif. endless 1 W -- ,..,,, r rjUUoL, ChanjpiJ rjarveslers, HiA;fcE. ATYORNEYS T. 1YLER . A'f tAW, v e l. ' Rht Slecl Mowofs, Ball Joint' "'J Twine Hinders, and DroppCM. The CHAM 2 KENTUCKY nicKMA y, FION is the only bTEHL MOWER ever produced. Willts'dl Machines lower than attend to ail fciwS'c-ntfltstiny of equal .q?.a,,t-;- .' MiHELM nnnri . care "' '$& DePol' Uiskman; Kv- Office rurniiure ijciujj; - a - WILL aaro nov 3'7S iv' fW Jjs' 4 m Ai vef 1. K - . 1 3t 7X ". . . ' . l " - K-- " . tZAk&J&M J )g IL I 'I '"Ml "" XkI jnaft frrr7tK!fl!rJ. ! " ? :$ t J && wB? "'' r M2?:j.;JS ' n 4" f $ .' ij . , ww k isi 4, mi f&SSSIAR9 .tA. fra r' rr-- i !& iiip 'Wi -- Summer Stock nil in j md ready for business. Els Stock embraces all thn TSTnvnhips in all lines, and is nil first-dns- s mid rfl 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 liable, and ten to twenty per cone, encaper than anv other house m this section oi country, ihiy where you can get the liest Goods for the least money that place is Buchanan's. Don't forget that H. Buchanan is iho man tint keeps the price?, down and holds them there. Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for their very liberal patronage bestowed oivme in the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. JJ BUOHANAN r . IT. IrtJCKANAN lias now got his Spring and ' HE , Mr. EEKBAII - COURIER. - THE JEFF DAVIS REBELLION. i i The celebration of t!e COi:iple Mont..-,..- .. ( Selling and Buying It'll), illlU i tup i(r!ii rfwrmr IMtWcW tlcYfcWUt Will 1)3 nn BILL I i f jHA t 1 n i inn bAir.U mnmriiT ircuutm. Tells the POLlllbAL u.iu uiiiuui rllUrrftbT. will bo ....,,.1, stronger nml more popular at the Jeners;on J,axls.waf J5 Pj.ciit by close of his present Aunmnsira- - mvitation, to assist in jfrete3corci tlon in 1S8S, than lie is ,ses, is mane i nc preie;if oy terrain ... ! ' If .... nlnnfinn nniillliolirltlfn. woouysmn mcwuMo can .: ": day, it is prouaoie imu iauiami, flamatorv meeting to denounce Virginia, West Virginia, and pos-- ; the 8eco;d Jc.ff tfxx is rfcbelIioil in Pibly Tennessee, would be lost to Us ittQ 'Monument at ,nst woek u wIlich v' 5 -- v'" i Senator lryo of Maine thinks ' l.c lias mastered the lrtbor prob- - bome t'OlUcOttUUeSUOns Tax-Payer.. 't Mr 1 .Jl"rwT .. 1 to-da- y .: .,,.-- i. .- x . ,. i I there are 1,000,000 mi-- ! '"l'lcd persons in the country; I he bill is nov before the SenAttorney C. at t!i8 limc. 1Io hlis it on ti,e ate, and will probably puss with- H.Commonwealth's been contined Tlioinits, who has tariff tho work of his but few amendments. It is.sx- - to'lrts residence since his return mi mown party, rue duties (about io pecieu inai inv uv i.i ,.nn ,.,.... ... ,l.n - ..,...,.,.. .. l.w.l. cruncA tlif .t-lIl'V I'llllfl . ill!). 000 i;om Cairo, lucsday morniufr. is . -- -o , ie struts to day. He called , nv Th, nil ' " ?t' ," :Zni V st tl10 Xcws ofiico this forenoon; o;;;r,w 7n n.,K from n ,Urr '. our revest, Rave us a cor- - j jot JJ t7wCe,,t8 iS the of ao'ther "t of "coTuur? so.CumI makes' many .foment of UI. cxporionoo ' tt ... VVlhCll Mr 0. H. Thomas Ul IU lilt. UU.UMII i UI ..!... lilt" i Put to s. Paducah News Hov He Got Into the Muss. sa el. L3E3 $m SWS3 '&S " km kv 853? i L: && na - KT3 r 4k i nasi.1 rasssa esss v i&$? I1K HbT aa g3F fc &5& RSk icra. ua rra ca? jm bJBB wr- - '3 giMl HV?h u C 1 i t TEE j BARTER if GROCER X". ? i s ? or pone, u idle people iu the land. Juat think , e sajs, mst your can and Wisconsin, au possiuiy .. einoinrthn lv bought S27.00U.O00 we acinai-of . . worth "occ"cc 0I U0l' " hnIIe : :;; . :7: cotton Koud8 from Grant ' Mr. Davis, shouUl csBSe any real and we bousht from nl! foreiRii Ci,ini. nT. .:..!" t seems countries 3l,000,00t worth of iron ato K mi ids was driven in the esdtomciit or alarm? stee nmnu tact u res. t,,Witlf. Senate, clearly 5l.o8 that that like the nemo of nbsnnlit that a ' very able and astute Senat or-- the nutioi, 0f fifty million of people 'enwor .Tof :, idol leader of the Kcpubliraii . Borins eousidor. .:" . sV UUk.Hi Mii?wu.np element, saw this duft alion to such ideas. And yet, it, IHaiU. at hoine, .no u.i'" ui .luitiia, iii Hianv, . i., and pernapsouier Uut the Maino Senator was effort to detach the Mugwump lie- - ,,iaces,ronghont the Sort h.great staggered w.;en Sen-- , publican element from Cleveland. n,eetj,jf.s nl0 reported h?",ni.k.T.!?8.h.ei,!!Ln It is possible, even probable,' Kteniuthe speech of Mr. t S.?'1?...0' the Congressional election xjs Hun is complained of, the f fall will show Republican Confederate Presidont usea this commoditie. tlmt foreign nntioui. fev.... ... rt..p...v ns in tlu tsame ar. lancuaffe: bona it, tne uiscrunueu ieeungs among, ...k,,. - Ur;n,rMliri.Wi - n. - i of -- ... .i... . .. . iiui iivii iiiiov i Mil I.A ,U nit i&ia .iij,iHKMK0 I. ?. .uW- nioUtl ,,s " " ,7" i .'"- - iiTiifnr!i k wiiii Mit iiisn:il ineunion, oen jours mi fnltrll IS led With the President because l,jraiionsdevlving npn alt good citizens, , n t by t.reat llntam-t- he vri the genawl gorernment to !, he is not to be controlled by par- p will be tci fasten immovably Ue;1Iie Sontll. States of 2sew York, ew Jersey and Connecticut, and add Miclu-- . ..?"i?!',-to.ec.Biuh- enother . La- ;y rebellion ... nr frai, oW innilf llcarlyS0ycai8 .vn s ,s it possible that the on the part of 'e' JJ j; d"ma i - t 'f iJ i jLJLce9 'o h.9 friends and the public tbat he has opened a new and fresh sjipplj of all kinds of Fa milt Groceries, which lie will sell .19 lorr es the lowest. He is ready at all times to exchange Groceries nt cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Jcr , any kind of marketing that the fannies friends may bring in. The highest mti.-- . ket price always psid. TIT R. J. MONTGOMERY, nnnoun- - " J.M. MONTGOMERY & BKO. fJ LATEST STYLES s, VV - IST S KS hh I L woul i. ncrease lopo to retail manufac.. ..n ,t. - r....:i. i;,..,nPe s . hituous or inous liqnora, $100; to retail all Kinds of n. ct-.- as ..erc.otore mentioned in these ooen attending the Udd l'cl- iin..eA u,.n tola or bowie-knives- , 933: license ,;. H'i 0 c. f UUtL Q i SALE AND LIVERY STABLE g. z jT P3i faa v,. ttm.,; rl :Z"",i in-in-- q, lint. luiuHBummiimi .uuimoiv,-- , on each additional table, fc!0. No lMinow arc allowed to be Hold in any room where a billiard or pool ? i ..to sa li . .. i a vw .. e- - t;,r J10 ",,;"&, t -- ,i.i,i nr ,,'., ft u tjs i ron-idera- blj l)u-tha- is w : er-- Ttt-m- v ' ...".. 1 rss i- usually connects at "; the inclino with the reSalar traiu, pwdtt! that sittin, rv. i ... v nr room was out of the question nml . . ,. l"u,u I... ttcere of b.vnkH, lailrouds. tele-- ! ?4" .."'" S miiAu il,"U,t so. At the t iia ittiriTp iuiiiiin and telephone IW required tc ghecorporations ' B in j; list of ff-are J ..'. lXn 'SkS ie8..-- ...... ' i S -- ' , .,...:..., ;' i"' !" ' - - -- - f- lW' aJrt , ... SSl'lSfe i UliVlLU ; :nge yy Ui - $33 IT ORGAXDlfiSI - SaaaiSa f, tl ;; )i)!VT!:n ,r, iAilii3, i HVYfl DDivwn nnnvm illili!iU i'IlD.ti KENTUCKY STREET. EEPS constantly on hand for hir and sale HOUSES, UUGGIES and HACKS. HuTint: purchased the stable, bcrses and entire outfit of W. B. Plumme r we propose to continue the business, and olicit patronage- - - AND PLAIN PIQUA. ww Y. DIESTELBR1NK s. Family X -- -- A -- , t w: ,wl the countrv, and when dissatisfied ;unLincoln or Grant, if Ining, could ii,.,niB i,n,.n i.i.n.iTi.f ,ir.,t ... !'llt: .IIUILU 4Ult ,r.v lr.voi j emocraiB unc urougui utieat MIR .... ., ,1. : .,,. lliuiv tlfl. in some districts by sulking, they ,Miv Davis is a grand old man, will be forced to fall back into ,.w,...i :.. i line, and on the lino laid down bv ?rauu IU "'?.. ",aiu a " . ." " " buuesman, 'proven abilities as ih President 4,,'but lie .belongs 10 a pas.t genera- m. " - .. tv . i lutiuiL, u,t iiotwi.imit.ii.iB . '. Wtu0llt influence ' . 1 1 1 1 1 other :...... II" llti ci....i.... .1.. bulk of our cotton, grain, meats,! .uuuecu. mru h ",uur '? ......... I;;U lra(le uetween diuerent connmore from LI v "Jjomer. i- -l she buys conn-- . ll'N IIIIL I . .1 . IlitT lUIVCh Lilt? . - xuc rresioeui is a winning man, and his adminis- trtio,i will Vivu iu.it uu has kept every promise made in the utioual Democratic platform up- on which the people elected him, the figures as to Dem- ABtwr-xwwnt'rA..-.i oe utscourageu. -'. i)nv ow.otlt ns sl CfMlti. '" V,o t!ie n.ei.t which attaches to him as .,..,r,.,- - . ,P ., ,nBt 1,...,. foi in I1C " ";' , inin forinpeisecutioti alive b ', ..-- ;ncs must be mutual, from ;,.. ... tiie 1 .ntIl ' "" 1. because he v. as J ' . T .."', tw,, ..i,,,;,. ....ff . ir :..i -.- iw """"" w.wy.j. ..vjv.vi1rH,iJS - -i. Keon. ftiitniidaro'.i " i,,T .iiiinijii'" -liinv '. f,fl,tfllllnP!.to-JP.,n,ni..- .t iMLWA-f- . TTin KLVlo. expects these Southern fathers. to the Labor Troubles. imo,,eivs bi others ami sisters, to Key Washington, May 1. SpeValue of watches nnd clocVs. The X. O- Xelson Manufactur- - forget these dead Son hern sol cial! The statement in these dis-- j Value of cold, silver and plated ware. Value ins Company, which is the owner diers, 01 10 act .imi talk olike thev- p.itrhes two days ago that tho, No. of of jewelry. Value. diamonds. ootrait- No11h-.bcI.eveU ami leit tneiu Deinorrats wereregrot-- ! Value of household furniture in excess of tl, TTi,.i,nmn Pnmn Trtnrr x. .. j.w.;.. NOI liieril SOH11i:.:ni .I'nrsf nu it 11OI Southern fathers- .:...- and large industries .11 St. Lonis1Iieilt hold these tliere-eevents at Montgomery fo7paintin?8 other than family and elsewhere, has issued the fol- - and mothers in loathsome con- - .,,K1 Atlanta was confirmed bv a likenesses and prims. Valoo. lowing circular to its employees,! tempt, it tuey snoum inn 10 re- - AVnshington dispatlt to the New Value of professional hbnry. ? Value of piano fortes and other rausi- wl,ich sai's : York Squ which is apparently so fair, just vere , l,,e.ir "ie"v7 nf cal instruments. -un ooin u.o oenaienim noi.se. Value of sewing or knitt!ne machines " !... and liberal to emnlorees that wel II . , a ,n inv.' Ill 11 l"UU. iuum u n, a icjo ' oiuvo ..r iuiv f imn nu nmnnn' over i.n in vtuiie . . ji. .' ju . iiium(; take the liberty of reprinting it, opinion of tho Southern peopled members of .inu. ,)ar,ieaf t!ie, Value of safes. boUl believinir that the basis laid doivn thev wero to affect or pretcud to Rmni.iioK nm tim RnhiontR nf nnn. Value of wacon?, carrinces, barouches, dMwion. forgotten the noble, heroic ersation. and wherever a knot of "seB ond venules of presents the future kev to labor Credits or monev at interest cither in A ,.i,0i Congressmen is gathered one innj iCPOUl of tbisSlftie. lfllU'n troubles. The circular reads: e,,oll?.h t0 Cf i.,CV ? be snrethat they are discussing, Alt other deman.U against corporations TOorREMPwiYM 1 fle porthern .... JM ArTI ... nt .1...u- tut tun and totacco ? other. . r;f;.i, ,.rt,. Xof ..1.1. nr.a ... VVIIj Vi C..JU V.UIU3, UJUIV O...I iV1a ft vmII certainly buy nothing nlue. emam o; mixed stock ns and then, what will our Ko. of mules and mule colts. Value. rs lo for a market for their No. of jacks. Value. No. ofjennts. Value. s'irj tit ciain. meat, provihions, No. of thoroughbred bults. Vlae. -- luicii must If we bnv space to name all articles, but a. trouble to show poods, SrSi.1"-...We have a large variety of white Dres3 Goods, Laces and Smbroicfer- - nndosuc and sec, nt the corner of Troy no ear was 'about' half empty, .-n,-! u, v c ollars, Silk Mit?, Best line of Ladies' and and Moscow Avenue. East Hick mm, K7 ,u;; rcaVh h- shaii " e, "" '?" "i i Riio augers to the iol,wing' -n ; ui- v.a line -assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom- - sbt: " iuestniifl. ..under uatii. Hie o ues-'- Wi,.v 1.. s ..... a .1 ..a. ... .. . . ... lk... a ..1. uc v. . . uu.,ft ,u.,u, . .. . n,. .....t .....i ......n.t raa(le Snocs and sj.pperg wh,ch we guaiaQe, to Kive satistaetion. .. ...... w... oe dodged without penury : dr:ll,,D- -n yon, St!c t rvrwarirrrm v .1 Co"are J 'cs' H?kerchie6, Ac. wh',iier reS1' '"-'- . get out of the wav, then." Just O. r0fih """'y roeeneR, and sold as low aK any house. about that time some one in the (DAVIS' OLD &TAND.) ' iJoors, bash, Blinds, J'ainte and Oils; very low. rear shoved him and the fellow in AH kinds of front struck him. He struck back SOISTS. v.ta. STAPLE AND rANCY GROCERIES and there was a melee, Mr. ThomValue of improvements on each tract. as knocking his two assailants s ru . nr .w.. u ii.j. vi..ar - . . .. w . ... wv house, at bat .w. sually kept in a lively, sending them both ways; Valoo of improretBents on catb lot. ces. fc ft HH! : P" Vftlne. but they stuck to him and iiually, ito. o. 11 TEAS, rCV CAM)JES, No. of t horouchtrJ peidincs. Value. iu a manner, got away witn nun. Hi MJXCE.J1EAAT, TICKLES n0. of thoroughbred mares and colts. Ho sajs the fellows struck him raj Eam.iaa.Ea 1J3 &&i 8Z& frag ei-- j Eg g ofi C viue. with instruments of some kind, HOMINY, GUIT3 CIIAXBERIUES, . of Btalliona of common or mix J either knucks or tho butt of a eioek. V aloe , TJO , ....... t .,.. i.,? ; .. w.v .ri.?"1. '" l, ""'w' .... -- ' l cbih, -- r 4 uc Uoet8,c ... TholU'li fpOCERY H. JUDGE e J. AMBKEGS i.. i ... first-clas- M rt. i p K. s, fwF &v-n fSi S K-j- J m m A I 3ier, who ins: in the North Over the Ovation to Jefferson light thinned out the crowd, when some parties started to Mr. Thomas' rcticf, seeming to just recognize what was up. At this the No. of thorsuShbred cows and cMTes. two men ran out of tho rear door "t"v . 1 :. : i. I "1 U Kill JUIU. 11 IO HHMIm, iimtt mvJi nd ca No. of balls, steers, czj-rccksfniiKuil all a robbed it?n. lirown, common or mixed stock. Value. of Ballarrtvcomiiv. Thev ulno at- -- r ,!... V V.l.. r- i!"- imllfti.,.!. A tn .!. .,y ji.hmin--i .v..uiue. "...,.w.. No. of boss over six months old. ties, taking ndvuntace of the evl No. of stores. Value. . . -- pistol, and one shot at him. Tho O. B. KINGMAN, DBA L Sugar, C'oflces. Soaps, S &C &e -- !.,.!. I '" Hardvare, Tinware SE1S. FARM IMPUH1KTS. && Old Stand ER IS- - l5SfWill not be undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, . HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. "-- m-n-u- u - , nt -- 1 Tl Lf i,,,,,,: reS fit l-- citement tliey Had created to do so. Mr. Thomas .q.ys when he arose from his seat in" the car he anticipated no trouble and the difficulty came upon him as n most complete surptise. Ilo remembers that some one iust before he ol . ., fctruck 0n the window at . ,. "s. " I (Clinton S'recl, Corman 1 Cos xox- - )' 2D. n2E35cit.s5 DEALER IV TOMJ5 5"v . "VT-f- 2 , 2-SI- "OTP, Italian and American MOKUMUSTB, Maium.k AND GF.AYE ! , ..! : ,,.:..,. iin .., " '"? VUV,,,"U "V seiecietl lor tllO trouuio anu mis was me signal. Prra Xhr ? f ! ive S ' Tim Hcnmlul. llopku .Til! biau BOOFIH tl HAVING STOKES. received a fine lot of Anie Qryr s.li(1 a Democratic Senator --To-jn, "' conh, rCaliZe what This wilt apply to person who have' late civil war .Iailllllrlll nroduct9 uf u. (ho Company six months or over 1101,11 iic ho uuu;,-Y'erved ", internal tools tliey are mailing ot kindB within the year, and who have not been corporal's guard to follow him in-- themselves, but they will find out Value of franchi.e discharged for good cause. to any kind of rebellion or any- - wiH.n they come to see what ad-- 1 Value of siiuchiered animi. Vours. and Present like war, and therefore a .nntorrn il.p J. O. Nelsox Maxo. Company. thilitr people in the North as well an(I politicians Remiblicanof nancrs- "Vles. annual value of annuities his ntwill take brave After all expenses arc paid em- as in the South, can afiord to et temnces." ' b"c"; stone or other building material on ployees certainly should be con- the old man enjoy las mens lor No. of steamboats, sail boats, or other tent if proprietors are content tho few days ho has to live on i'2eve!i!-.:c- l tlie,!aler craf,B or aa? interest therein. on y 'I OH lll.V.. Villi January 1, tins jear, we propose in . , divide the profits made m onr business a,. upon the followin 55'encruoi. After allowing per cent, .interest on scholarship and Staiesmailf-ll- l ) aetual capital invested, the remainder will one ot the granuiBi men m wio, be divided equally upon the total amount J9th century, but like many an- of wages paid and capital employed. perhaps wed uur lor the year will amount other old man he is to about 5110,000, which would receive ded too much to the past, anu lus the net profits. Each ' lovo or I ie lftSi is kept warm 111 empoye will get Im proportion according his boSOIU by the fact of the ISO- to the amount of wages paid tun for the IateU position as the martyr of tho 111 ... ST. Louxs, March 20. lS8.-B.rin- nlnB T" cowui,.e " "?.. T l II1LIL L .'" .V ,. & kuiuu"ll ' , I lorn in or out of this State. f ; .. r V itKJIlt? j 111 i QHG.SIOU UT UII UC IU3lh .iMn .n fl... .nr.r.... n.. r w v f. ... f 9i . t vami uti illiu vuiif;it:aaiiicii ill "o with corporations or porsons in or out of .. .,,, at n....;B and ins t.T,,ere ,,avo beeu a linmber ol Bond, of all kinds, exce?t U. S. Gov- -: -r tollX..nua nf rimnnfnmi.( Ri.iiT CtUUlUUb . 1....1, ..m. liVUl UllltV (nr, c.. ' s..ww vwv UUUU9 V WiULfb t,iC P? ,. eflCCt t'e, ,.,,,,,., vm. . -- - , pay-rol- ls ui'iLuoniuii, ami hehas uct'ii uc"- Lr0(i to snillirosa Davis, or at least to steer lain oft uv...v other topics than those ho has been .. non. Rl.V nnt one-ihird- ,,;)) excJtcmeilt at MontgOlllt,,0 .v. iftrnnrBtinnC Value of raw material to be used in riAi.1 nn litr 1 dis-abo- nt mannfaciuriug Value nf ,.mninifnrtiired articles. , - J and machinery of all kinds, Value of agricultural implements and :..,.. . i ticle out of the statement of a E3 ?J ql q fellow named Haley that Senator ffl. Jl ' t II 11. T. Albiitton had insulted las j V F j wife by looking at her assiie pass-- ! JL,J 1J V B2i E233 saj cd along tho street, benntial is the Post's stronghold, but this is running the thing into the ground. Voting wives who are so modost (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Strccts,) that they can't stand to be looked at on tho streets, ought to be kept at home by their lords and agis--. ters. We would advise the Post (which is an excellent newspaper aside from this weakness) to disinOPENED, witlncw STOCK, out and out. Zwne, stylish RIGS for hire. fect its columns and elevate its TEItMS reasonable. Patronage solicited. tone and its character as a journal by excluding such senseless tilth in the future. oct30-18i I E The correspondent of tho Louis ville Post makes a sensational ar-- , I have Fecured, permanently, one of the finest workmen roofinp ami tinning a specialty. Motto I will not be undersold, even in larger citicl! pnred to fill all orders. Call and cxn r work in the State, and will make Orders from the country promptly in ay - Italian Marble, I on r F. B. CASE, DEALER li I.V k&M AjB Family Groceries; A SO ALSO. O Net, Seines, Lines, Ilookn, and all'kicd of Msliing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen erally. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, NEW FIRM" W. Q.KINOMAN. A m ui mm m xox All kind of Farm Machinery, I'low? Implementf', Wagon?, &c, repaired on f.hort notice and workmanlike manner- 2fc?sciv Wagons, &c. made to order, maro CARLISLE '& LTTUS, 35 Jtirise JaclLHoii's Stanf irU SooiI Work. si. with 7 per cent, on their capital, this earth. iS0JlIont and the excess being divided up i;;!il Mon- ;e:no'fi'- ns premiums between tho regular The ition. employees according to the rate of May was made inem- Tho 1st bv one of-- "Tcatcst, most of wages paid. general and most peaceable upris-witnessed since Col. Turner win Run. ins even-- was founded. In tho all government SprcUl to tin I,ouITi!Ie Timrn. cities the Avnge - work Washington, Tday 1. Cnpt. of the lariie nii.i-- , Stone has received a letter from Cl'S tunica OUl in i exhibition ol 0110 of his constituents saying made an imposing hut? notwithstaud- that Col. Oscar Turner will malce the race for Congress subject to ing tho prevalent excitement and the action of the Democratic par- tho coincidence ot "Olicu-uec- t are ty, with a view of being in lino for day the celegr.tphie dispatches of United States Senator in case of sin"itlarly free from reports nniiiftinuR or assaults of anv kind, defeats Unfortunately the demoi.stra- The correspondent of the Times probably knows nothing about the tion at Claeago was not pencea matter. Col. Turner may bo a ble. An attack being made on candidate, andhe may submit to tho JMcCornack Ecaper Co., aim parly authority, and ho may not. somo lives lost. Considering that nnd ho may have his eye on tho G.r,000 men were in tho strike, it U. S. Senate, but it is hardly may be considered not so bad. probable that ho announced such Somf politicians urc attempting purposes. Ho this as it may, the indications are plainly to be read to won. np a great excitement as that tho people are pleased with to what Jetr Davis said at Atlanta. Stone and propose to him. In that speech he said: Stone has- won high praise apd "But, my friend., oWa is Iho day of commendation at Washington, as peace. Air. inn taught ns peace as well; nr-ilil1 re-ele- ct - JLnhor Question. I , ; j I am satisfied that Something must bo done under tho Federal to prevent the distur-- j hanees which so olten arise from disputes between employers and the employed, and which at times, seriously threaten the business in-- j eeiS1,1:g,T7w,u6 terest ot the country ; and, in my t ftiuoof ftll jmiRm0flU or notes in suit ' j"i-- . mv.wi, uiuu or in nanus 01 anoiner. "i"'"""i Total amount subject to taxation. which to proceed is that of rate. untary arbitration, as tho means Total amount of tax at years of ago. Mules of twenty-onto settlo these difficulties; but I Legal voters. sugu.M uiki, nihieiui in nnnua- - Enrolled militia. tors chosen in tho heat of contliet- - Children between 6 and 20 yoarg old. ing claims, and after each dispute I: Actual vote cast at last general election shall arise, thero bo created n in couniy. i0. 01 nuns, siuus anu jacss. Commission of Labor, consisting Rates per se ison. who shall bo of three members, Tavern licenses. , officers Qf thQ overn. Pounds of tobacco. mont, charged among other duties rounds of hem. Tons of bay. with the consideration and settle Bushel of corn. ments, when teasinie, ot all conBushels of wheat. and captroversies between labor Bushels of oats. ital. A commission thus organ Bushels of barley. ized would have the advantage of Bushels of clover and grass seel. Tons 'of caal. being a stable body, and its memTons of pig metal. bers, as they gained experience, Tons of blooms would constantly improve in their Tons of bar iron. Mo. of acres of wheat. iimiiiv iu iicai iiiiiMiiuuiiu.v i' usefully with the questions which J?o. of acres of corn. so. of acres of niadow. might be submitted to them. of woodland. i bo.l-auhority ' Judge Jackson, of tlio Louisville Circuit Court, has ordered territory in which to sell patents. shall that hereafter no lhns er3W,uc of Bteam CDStn" be placed on juries in his court, ";aiue of mineral nroducts. oils, cas as he is convinced that many of and salt wells the unjust acquittals and mistriValue of all wines, whiskies, brandies als result by taking such follows and mixtures thereof, purpose. of s" prop",y DOt who stand around for the Vntne of intent rights aml .,. Interior Jourc.I of HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTCRERSOF & CO. -s- rs s!-S! S (t. r-- groceries. R i t -- e Judge Jackson has done much to increase respect for the courts and for the laws of tho land, and if Kentucky had a few more as able, as fearless and as conscien- tious judges, a aetter state oi would exist. Alrc. Powderly sajsthero are fiOOjOOO Knights of Labor, includ- ai-fair- j have no clerk cxpnsss no store rea and pny cash for all my GroccrieB,1. asi -1. .m II nereior can en aa cucap u vu- - v.up st. Best brand, of Wittenberg and Un 1 1 1 25cts Lower tlian the Lowes i t.ar Flour, z& cents cheaper man tne iow JOHN WITTING. js 2 Hickman -- HOW TO SAVE AjONEY.' Te Kentucky. I3ST are AVholesale Headquarters lor nl grades of ins: females 3DR. A.. A.. PHYSICAN HICKMAN, his Professional Services to the ciliiens of Hickman and vicinity. janlC-'6- 0 - - AND 8URKE0N, FRIS KENTUCKY -- J. W. COWGILL, DEua.I.ER DRUGS, PATENT Al-O-ji- CBEWIHlSSSOMnOBiWOiaiCiaSl and will job to dealers only at Factory prices also the ep the best in the market. We also constantly on hand a choice felecti3n of Family Groceries, Confectionerte Fruits, which na will Fell very low for the cash. Please call and see as. - h Scolca r-- i Snerin" Scold S&j i.l Trusses AND Supports ca 0 j- L. RANDLE. Ar .LAW FUIUA & DeBOW. Saddlery aijd Harness ATTORNEY well us atMtome- - Atiarcfii.stii. The strike in Chicago of last Saturday turned into a howling ml of anarchists, dynamiters, incendiaries, &c. There were 0 strikers iu tbat city, and while thousands of them wero gootf bad ones made things a howling riot, killing, burning, "and at ryiiig terror with them. 6.1,-00- juui vides for tho taxation of every Why don't the politicians dwell na, win largely campaign in tho coming elections. species" and character of property "FETHE'S on such utterances as this ? "that which is intangible as well as that which is tangible." The A pliEASAXT KESOKT. Senator President Cleveland bas gress will notVance thinks Con- enforcement of such a law would FRESH BEE'R constantly on tirp. adjourn before Ausent to the Senate 2,105 appoint' gust, but there is an impression make a man pay taxes even upon Tobacco, of he best brands". Louis and only six have been re that a great many fences will need the money "in his mind."r nients PafyosaRe -- oHcttid. 29f ville Cotmnereial' jected. Where it Edmunds?' sr' repairs by July 1& i -- has Value thereof. 11 ON. THOS. A. KOlirJiTSON as resistance. I urge upon all prcenl to Value of all other property, after d observe fealty to every proimSexml loyalty ! been elected Permanent Secretary 10 uicngDv guaranteed to you under ucmo- - dncting debts. the Joint Congressional .. ,r mittees, and, together constitution. May the freedom and inue- . VU' cn.l, tumltnrn ou.u ..juui iauier gave .....f..l ,....vw. Ken Wltll n110 1 resident. Senator .. ... The new State revenue bill pro . .... v...u,vatUrtHia i , j nur's .iml Tonri.l.il,l. ... j -- No. of acres No. of cattle exempt from Co'lector, Real Estate HICKMAN, KY. Agent taxation. MEDICINES ft.srD TOILET ARTICLES -- .. "eof f.r.njui - Will attend promptly to all busl ne9s entrusted blm in Southwesten rtfsweslcrn Tennessee Kentuci" ftnd Speciftlaltention given to the investiga lion of knt titlcs Sn'1 the Purchase -- PLUpER Jadson A.srx & FARR1SS, St., opposite Courier Opica - - RY. HICKMAN, - j:...j uiu uncut iu. EaleofReal Estate. fjan8 saloon, t j Wll-i- lH 3C m A Hnrner. New work raade to order Prompt attention given lo has secured the services fof that well known and excellent war- man. Uncle Bob Farriw,', which of iMelf iz a guamtitec of good- snil'fiCrlMat Tfoik. ' f of any - WELL selected stock ot Saildle? onit- - &C, &C., &C. i--. 1 ..Hill fill- -l jJ af any hoor, day or ight Ring;igM bell &C.j &C; &C. UEl'AIKIKG kind. lie fter 10 o'clock i VI ;r- aw? .t v &,- - . I . . fe jM g" y--T- .S . ..--.c- :