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MALE BILLS, BILL-KEADS. BNVBLOPE3, next door to Oty HalL OKOROK WARREN, Editor. L 'Xlio O ldeMt JVoSvspap-in Western Iventuelcy. '' 3Q m SfT2 ri ' mice of subscription, ai.sa I ESTABLISHED V1CTIMS OP THE RIOT. 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, HORRIBLE DEATH. Man Killed nnd Devoured by Millions of Buffalo Gnats. lyTUCKY, FRIDAY, IIE TROUBLE OVER. ;? j j ETC.. BTO. QA.TfT MAY14," 1SS6." V0L.XXI.N0. &4 32, a.I"X S30XJ TJ1 FUSSY GREECE. Her Soldiers Cheerod as Thoy '! Marcitfto tho Frolft &:fc The AttWd'. Powers Give Order J XLIXTII CONGRESS. r "When did you first become serioua about your soul?" And they told me: "To-night." Blockade of Grecian Tort lh Troops Advancing. Turli- - for a Two Motf Ollioers De.td Atutr)iUt Uylnjr From IirancliU r Carlmlhj Acid. Ciucvoo, May 9. Two of tho wounded police oflicers are "Mend Flavin and Shohan, making live altogether. The latter died y and thfj former last to-da- TALTAGE'S SEKM0N. received with cheers the orders to Mtrch to tho frontier. Two battalions hare already started for the frontier. Tho soldiers went out with great enthusiasm. The regiment designated as the King's escort is rpdy to start for the front. government hat announced its intcn- g?ZfW! Athens, May 7. The soldiers at tho night at the county hospital. The circumstances of Flavin' death wen particularly distressing. His faithful ,wife, who has constantly too! at bis side ana watched him grow weaker from da3 to day, came from his room in ward tire a few minutes after four o'clock itlriiost distracted. In a pitiful voleej while tears dropped from her sleepHss e?s, she moaned "He has gone hp has gjne ' Oh, mv darling, if I could onlj go with him! ttiat shall I dol" A Nter ot i'hanty tncil in rain to comfort tie bera ed woman, hut her lo. was 1 10 greatvo listen IIore4, Cattle and Mule Goaded to by These Injects. IK-.it- rut their work of destruction among the stock of this section. Reports of horses, cattle and mules having been goaded to death by these insects are received daily Yesterday information was received here that Bill Kneiss, a colored tenant on President FL4t utiucuifttuuLliiuu (;uukru'iu ueato the MEMrnts, Tenn., May 10. For several days past tho buffalo gnats, tho pest of the Lower Mississippi Valley, have been doing !!rTK.,S,!!?.V:..',,rwa'y ns. iriiKo """-T""- r!r:Ts0Teii of. ndnJljijLatUurtndenCllntyq "" Lanssa. The Greek reserves at an a,estlno nav een pushed to the front. The populace are eutbur.iaaic Prospect ot war with Turkey, S"1116 are parading boldlers .,.patriotic sonrs. Tht--the streets sing -.tig mcheered and are at present the most popu-'P?rsns m the cuy. A H'Iia of soldiers remain hprn.. larce numtier uw fn...m. .vritit u UBB reiurnen to duaa liny. Tho ? Greek fleet has left Salami and, it is believed, has gone to l'oros. It is not .vere.Jhat Rssia will tafca any share with the other powers in the or coercion against Greece. ulterior work Tew ilk Nov, tie Turkish Minkter, when ho departed hence took with him all bers of the staff, of the Turki.h tho memand caused all his and their Legation pergonal uto secretaries of fi other " "iJoved. Tlie will the foreign legations an uuoflicial capacity for n timoremain in at least. IheloBsiaa Minister did not leave when the other ministers departed, not having been instructed to do so. The Pelopouev Slft.n.annJ' hns ,Kren ordered to Thessnlv. All the foreign ministers havo embarked on vessels of their !resiectiv6 nations to depart from Greece. Tho powers hav given orders to the fleets to blockade tho Oreek jiorts. llio troops at Kalamata have leen sent to replace the Athens garrison, inrkisb troops are massing a l'revesa. V Ihs-Tto-da- y. way "?? ine a Turkish Pnt tooui advance by l nhxt'TlotvTr- - inai-'2Bs.no- w .u bj the police, and is the'source "f no Httlo satisfaction to the comrades of the mar tyred policemen, When the drug btore of Samuel Iloenfleldnon the corne' oft ut- r avenue and Eighteenth street, r d. by the mob of Anarchists last Vxlnevda. some ot the leaden, took the opp tunity to rob the store of all tho liquor it intanied. and it is now asserted by the police, upon tho evidence of physicians in the nefr,lilor hood, that not content wto the w hisky and wine stolen-thrabble wired upon every lH)tti5.vat bad the appearance ot being thalrcceptacte of sjunts. A large bottle of carbolic acid ns among the others carried away, and, onuu; to its color and general reeinllani e to whisky, it was passed from hand to hand after tho raid, nnd drank bv,,a or more of the mob. Tho'acid Jeean to tnke ffei ta.ssoonasitentereltb 'omachs of the riotert-.nnm ptoof the best efforts, Station, St. Francis County, Arkansas. of doctors anl emetics two of the drinkers are deud and three more aro .at death's 1 e bi.If-loe- n McDanlel place Friday, evidently nvirtim to tho gnats whieu swarmed "about the conise Gnats were crawling in nnd out of his ears nnd nose His. mouth and nostrils were filled with pints Swarms f gnats had settled in his wide stretched ejeo, and were feeding on tho sightless orbs. His clothing was tilled with gnat, and a halo ot gnats hovered around the dead man. Sneiss had Wen in the L'Anguillo swamp, is and supposed that tried to run away from the gnats. The insects were so thick, however, that they drove wild, him and. filially, becoming exhausted, he fell prostrate, then wns smothered by the swnrnis of gntit-s- . Tho death of Ptieiss must have been horrible choked into etenutv by seething, living myriads of injects. This is the second case on record whero buffalo gnats have destroyed human life. In ls--j n man met death in" tho same horrible fashion that Sneissdid, near Haynes' door. STRANGE SIGHT. GENERAL ASSEMBLY ot Knight,' Called by Gmnd .Maiit r to Mvrt at Cleveland, Mat -'-."i. Bltimohe, 3fay 0. General Master Workman Powderly, of the Knights' of Tow-der- lr CONGRESSMAN KELIiEY 8ay c 'These labor trouble? are primarily caused by.tbe capitalists, who, refusing to yu) iair wages to American laborer, have gone abroad and brought to this country the vilest and lowest class of European laborers to take the places of men who can not and will not live the same as theso ignorant and brutal creatures do. The thing- - to be done is to make eight hours a day s work and put in the pemtentiary tfae capitalist who will permit hi machinery to ran a longer period than eight hours per day. Then legislate to exclude from this country the class of men who are responsible for such outrages j Have occurred in Chicago. I have no sympathy with Anarchist., dvnamiters t. nor havn I nn- :.u ....1. the capitalists who will import labor of - Uin class rather than pay good wages to American workmen." Congressman Jtiee. of Massachusetts, said: "f believe that the Government should put down with strong arm of power every attempt tho violence such as has been fomented at in vjojcojjo uy inoto mbo iiavo come frvm Europe." " i a-- ing Washington-- , May 7. Congressman lleyi ogTennsylvania, is quoted as say- Few Word on the Tjtbor Troubles. - orCom-munis- ..,-.,- THE DEATH PENALTY Leader In the Chicago Itlot. Chicaho, May 7. State's Attorney Grin-lie- ll has stated that he has obtained ample legal evidence implicating Spies, Fielden and Schwab as tfc leaders in getting up the terrible riot on Desplaines street. which resulted in the destruction of several lives and the manning of many persons. This evidence will be very damaguig to the three men named when they shall come to be- tried befoio the criminal court. In order to find out whether the opinion or other prominent memlers of the bar sustained or not the conclusions of tho State's Attorney, several members of the bar have leen interviewed. The opinion of all of them, without anv exceii-tiois that so far as thev know w'hat the evidence is it is fully sufficient to securo the conviction of nil three men. Thevnlo hold that the evidence is sufficient to secure their conviction for murder and tho Infliction of the death penaltv. well-known n. Haass. Over the HeaiU or the Anarchist ?;.-- . The Cloakraakers. May . About 3.000 clonk- makers who work only ftx months out ot the year at an average salary of $3 per weekybave made a demand' on the ( for eight hours.' wirk and an increase of twenty-livper cent, on One of "the contractors admits that the cloakmakers have been miserably paid, and he that the wholesale dealers have grown rich out of tho profits on their work. The contractors number about TOO, and they are organized as Assembly J?o.3.12l of 'the Kmgbts of LalKir. Ata meeting held last night they expressed their willingness to grant tho demands of their employes providing they-cainduce the wholesale dealers to pay an advance on the present price of the goods. A committee was appointed to lav the maw-tee heir-wageas-er- ts n tefore r houses. m m Prominent Minnesotan Cremated. PtrrsBunoH, May 7. The remains of Thos.J. Barnay.a wealthy and leading citi-e- n or St. Paul, Minn., arrived in thi city laitnight, accompanied by a relative of tho deceased. A few minutes after, the tody, which weighed two hundred and forty pounds, was placed in the retort ofSami- . son-snatural gas. crematory on Sixth J venue, iwo nours- later the gas was turned off.. The receptacle was removed and the ashes weighing elsbt pounds placedin an urn and delivered to the friend, whnq once left for St. Paul. Large Pension Allowed. Washington, May 7. Secretary Lapinr has rendered a decision in the pension cue of Samuel W. Robertson, of Seneca, Kas., an appeal from the Commissioner of Pensions reversing the decision and ordering that tho claimant's name be placed on the pension rolls at 72 per month, and that he bo paid the snm of 10,700, the amount duo as the rate specified, from date of liual discharge from military service. This decision affirms the action of Secretary Teller of February 23, 18S5. Thelleged principal cans of disability is total blindness, hich, from the evidence, tho Commissioner held was contracted prior to enlistment. . I to-da- r Week's Failures. New Yokk, May 7. The business failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven days number, for the United States 167 nd for Canada. 25, or a total of 192, as compared with a total of 07, last week, and 184 the" week' previous to the last. A sidewalks and streets in front of the tower fairly covered with dead birds of all sort. A little later the electrician came down, and when he saw'the great pileof birds, ho said that it was the electric light at the top of the tower. When he went up to the lantern w ith several members of the Board of Trade, the roof was found to bo covered with dead birds, and each of the lamps in thcbip circle ofJight was filled with them. 'iie globe having eight birds in it These birds are of everv known variety, and many unknown or rather unfamiliar are among the lot. All shades and colors are there scar.et, blue. pink, red, canary, mottled, black nnd white, anil there wero some snipe and plovers among them The theory is thnt they were mignito-- r Hocks gomgfrom south to north.and were attracted by the great licht, which the moment they touched killed them". Tho birds arull of the small species. There was a countless number of them, enough to trim all the ladies' hats in Illinois. Many BoA Honolulu Disaster. hemians were in the San Fkascisco, Cal., May.O. Advices baskets, and in less street with bngs and than just received by the steamer Alameda from street wns clenr of every two hours tho vestige of the Honolulu givo an account ofadisastrou'S bud shower, but the roof'of the Board of conflagration which occurred there. April Trade i now covered, and the janitors will IS. The fire started in n coal house in tho remove them Chinese quarter, ivhere Chinamen, starting The KcntucKy Convict Miners. a tire in a stove, carelessly set lire iv ttm Louisville, May 10. A Courier-Journwalls of the building. The fire, soon got beyond control. The flro department was social reports n bad state of affairs still inadequate, and efforts were directed existing at Greenwood, Ky., where a comtoward staying the fire's progress pany of State troops protect the convicts by blowing up buildings. It was not worked m the mines from the threatened until eight entire squares, comprising sixty violence of the free miners. During the acres, ot the mot thicklv populated iortion ast week eight houses belonging to tho of the Chinese quarter had ieen destroyed mine owners been burned by inthat the fire's advance was stayed. Alout cendiaries, and have night a grocery ami last eight thousand people, mostly Chinese, are dwelling belonging to Win. Lewis were left homeless. The los is estimated at destroyed Toe free miners aro thought $1..XK).000; insurance SSW.OUO. Only two to be The lives were lost, a native woman ami an un- been the incendiaries. several troops have on guard for known person whose charred remains were it is thought the convicts months, and found. The King visited the scene of the summarily dealt with by tho wonld Im infuriated conflagration and greatly encouraged the miners. men, often assisting with bis own hands. ' A Monster Petition, Fatal FalLof a New Iron Bridge. Washington. May 10. Representative ITtic, N. Y., Mny 9 The new iron Morrow has-- received a monster petition bridge being built at Lyonsdale, Lwis from the Knights of I.alor of California. County, gave way yesterday, precipitating It is over two thousand feet long, and conseven workmen and a wreck of twisted tains the names of over fifty thousand periron into Moose river, twenty feet below. sons Every State, county and municipal Two men ecaped by jumping on a pier. ofllcer and every Knight of Labor of Cali fornia has signpd the petition. Every One workman, W. A. Wilcox, of Port in leaping lo an abutment, lost his imiK' iiuuu iu iniiij in uie counties oi mo foothold and was fatalh iiiju'vd. The State hns put his name to it It prays for other swam ashore, although some of them action on the part of CongresR either by had sustained seveie injuries. The acci- appropriate legislation or by a change in dent win caused by the giving waylpf a the present treaty with China, as may be necessary, to forever prohibit the further temporary trestle. ' z .' . f immigration of Chinese to tho United States Republican Senators Sworn In. Colcmbcs. O , May 9 In the Ohio Senato The Ohio Senate. the report and resolutions submitted by CoLUMnus.O., May 10. In the Ohio Sn tho Republican memliers of the Investi- ate tho President ruled Mr. Van Cleaf's gating Committeo were taken from tho protest against the seating of the Repul-licatable yesterday, tho "resolutions adopted, Senators out of order, and refused to mid the oath ot office administered to the Hamilton County Republican Senators, allow it to go on the journal. At the afternoon after which the Senate proceeded with the dent, session, in the absence of the Presithe Senate adopted n resolution regular business. . from oflice President pro tern. O'Niel. w ho is one of tile absent Senators, Loaded Coal Barges Sunk. and elected A. Conrad to the vacancy. PrrrsBTJnGiT, May 9. A sudden rise of The journal S. of the Senate was stolen durthirteen feet of water in tho Monongaheln ing the noon recess, and wns supplied by Marmet's loaded tho clerk certifying another. The warrants river occurred were coal fleet broke loose.'sweeping off 'with it issued for the arrest of the O'Neil & Co.'s twenty-thre- e of their loaded ordered returned to tho Senate. were Iot. fleet, of which coal Keeling fe Co. lose three, W. H Brown Killed in a Thunder Storm. Sons and Sneatheu & Co. one each, enBcrtLiNGTON, 1 4., May 10. This section barges of coal. was tailing n loss of thirty-on- e visited last eveniug by one of the most terrific thunder storms known for years. Kills Her Husband and Herself., Tho thunder and lightnings were Paterson, N. J., May 9. Periko Fer- severe. The ram fell in torrents andvery the nandez, a rich Cuban of Hawthorne, N. J., wind blew a hurricane. Tho storm was of During its prevalence in the right breast last.night short duration. wasshot about 12o'dock by his wife Belle,, The four young men were seated under a norch. woman then placed thapistol to her,right when lightning struck the buildings. One tIHTlll lllnxrinc ll" hroiric OIltL Wrttl, of them was instantly killed and another The storm did consid for, the ' freriois!y injured nredead. No "cause erable damage to building nnd croiis outdeed. side the city. Tragedies In East Tenneisee.' Eight Hours for Street-PaverKsoxville, Tenn., May 6. Mrs. Jans of Roane County," wife of a , Cincinnati, May 10. The Fairbanks s miner, committed suicide by taking employed by the Cincinnati Water-work- s Rough on Rnts.Ten-yeaf-old- " son of Department havo been grnnted their old Riley Mills shot himself to death near pay for eight becauso his father refused him a . this city are hours' work. The strikers in gradually returning to work drink of liquor. with employ- j on satisfactory arrangements ers A few new strikes are leported. Such Geologist Killed. attempts as were made to intimidate men Wheeling, W. V., May Pass, n on street work were promptly defeated by Tucker County whilo out on interference by tho police. a geological excursion, was'TnstantIy Returning to Work at Chicago. killed in Thomas' minesby having hi- head caught between a loaded coafcar and a Chicago, May 10 A large number of post, iie was married only a few weeks .M ..up, ..uia.uvo iciurueu lo wori. since. this morning. to-da- y al Labor, acting under the authority vested in him bj-- the General Executive Boird. has issued a call to tho various aseni''iie- of the order for n sjnscial session of tho General Assembly to be held in Cleveland, O., Tuesdav, May 'J5. Tho causes leading to the calfing of the session aro given as follows: 1. The rapidly increasing membership of the order requires changes m tho laws which the General Executive Board have no authority to make. 2 The laws in relation to tho government of boycottmjr are wholly inadeouate to compel obedience on the part of assemblies that believe in boycotting for everv offense, whether great" or small. 3. Tho laws in relation to strikes do not give the genoral executive board power to interfere in such matters until afteVtho strike has been inaugurated. 4. The order has become involved in difficulties with trade societies and an effort is being made to create n rupture between these societies and the Knights of Labor. TlioiM.iiuls or Head HIrd Mrew the Street Melon an Klectrie Tower Light. Cntrioo, May 10. A singular phenomenon occurred during the storm of Saturday night in the vicinity of the Board of Trade Tower Light. It was none other than a shower of birds. Yesterday when the watchman made his rounds ho found tho s Ley-de- n, n es one-ha- lf -- T s. street-paver- to-da- y Rog-ersvill- e, I O.-- John school-teache- r, - .. J Children JAc0.-ikCH.,Ma- Burned. , . this morning was startled by the rumor of a doable suicide, the victims being Charles P. .Woerner and a domestic in his family, mltb whom Mrs. Woerner charged her husband with being too intimate. Arm Capttred at Milwaukee. Milwaukee, ay 7. Tho arrests of Socialists who have been instrumental in srpfciafflibe riots hare been continued this afternoon. 'In the bouses of two of these were found a number of guns pistols and a large amount of ammunition in bedding.. Governor Rusk has'fn-- " fenaed Dredinski that the latter will be leldreepeasiele for any trouble which mar I creafter arise from the doings of Poland-i 2he bare been prompted to the act by JtedTiiekl's advice. JL FitsHy Burned. ReeWM.nu.E, III. Moy7.-M- rs. Louise Jc. a Mrmn id r.ottian, saturated her rtothiaf with ro. oil, and then lighted con-eea--- Dwile Sticide. St, Paul, Minn., May 7. The community farm house, twelve miles ivest of Jackson was burned. Nothing was saved." In the house were three children, aged one. three and five years. All perished in the flames. Ifae mother, workingon adistantpaftof farm, on seeing the houso burning,' ran the to the house, and would have rushed into the Ore had she not been restrained by a neicb-bo- r who arrived at the same momsat. The Anarchists 0f this and adopted resolutions the action of their brother. In Chicago, and denouncing the police of .sA, that city. . . 9.-- city met St. Louis, May to-da- Tiie St. Louis Anarchists. y Bread Famine Existing at Pittsburgh. 10. There is a bread famine among those who depend upon the bakers. Of the 1C0 bakeries" in the two cities 120, comprising nearly all the larger establishments, are closed. About 300 bakers aro on strike. The bako shops in operation, with but one or two exceptions, are small, and can only supply their regular customers. The demands aro twelve hours and all day work. A Pittsburgh, May to-da- y A Lee to Become a Countess. Vienna, May 10. Agnes Carroll, stepdaughter of General Lee. has been betrothed to Count Antony Hussenstamm. Murderers, BruDT'a Bend, Pa., May 9. Ckarles Glenn, of this place, was riding throiib a lonelyjiieceof jvoods, uoar Petrolia,vhen twonien attacked hint and demanded his money. Glenn rofuspd. viun k.v fired at. him, the bullets taking effectftne shattering an arm and the other cntwim- Prd,u,c,DS Thev then nr 'atal: u woand. inn 'v" a imiil naty.1, i.nii '"c" the woods. Highway f? ti. " iiure anu i cash, scaped Ikltklc. A mob made an attack on a SalTaon Army meeting near Zurich, Switzsrliad, and demolished the building In SfewMftSeliyburaed. meeting wa3 bcinsrheld. Sav.r.iwhicVthe riJirJL. r,..... ju" Rather Senois Sport. KicnoLASviLLE, Kt., May 10. Walter negro boy of twelve, Clarke, a in company with several other boys, concluded to play hanging, when the play was carried so far with him that he has experienced tho sensation and will likely remember it- - Hestuckhlsheadin the noosa nnd a little deaf and dumb boy, about eight years old, kicked the barrel from under him and he swung until several men came in and cut him down. "The boys frightened, ran a way and left him strangling to death. He was insensible for several hours. Dr. L. C. Wagner was called in and examined the boy. He is not yet out of danger. Tho "execution" took place in feigned formality in a dtisrtcd. half-witte- ..I - m d lUbl on Frtfjlojk Warihnotov, May...4 Sf.vvte Aletterw" If ha Congressional . . . .nMw.nfJ c Investigating Comrait- - An Allegorical rcKiii r irom tminci lompsins Bi'tremu v J t Discourse On "Tho s tho Ohio Legislative Committee,. repanl-ltee at Galveston Taking Evidence j. . .... Return From the Ohose. infnnTi inff niflttnr surrenuiiousiy ihi.ti"-of Business iltn. in tho l'ayno report, and nsklnp tor nu iu- - 5? vosthration. The letter was referred to tne l omtnUtco on Privileges nod Election, an"' distribution of tho Incorrect copies ordered' iJJsHnnceof tlieClilcago Police In I.onklnB The Hnnt For tho World and It 1'Ipjvs- ures In the Jforulng ot Life The stopped, j tie senate then prcceieti io "3 After Anarchists Has Not Keluxed consideration or private claims on tho calen-- j Peace of God the Only Ttetult WB dnr. Tho nost.nffii nnnnmnntinll hill a Particle Several of lliem Worth Upturning With. taken up. and tho subsidy clause debated.! liun In aiinduy. It wns annlly adopted by a vote of easK). navs 19. Tho votnon tho nnsHUO of theDII as amended, was yeas 5, nas 10. At 5:3) F Rev. T. DeWitt Talraage preached an m. the Senate adjourned UTCESTIOVTIVO THK LABOR TROUr.Lr.1'. nllegorical sermon at the Brooklyn TaberHouse. Tho resignation of Congressman! jGAi.vFsnN. Tev., May 10. At the in- - nacle, recently, the subject of which he anPullUerwas received from the Secretniiol State, of New York. A resolution was ndojuj ivcstlgation of the l.ibor tmublcs by tho Con- - nounced as "Return From the TJhase," sub omiukUew beta Satlirdav jtakjnu.forhU text: od lnijillrinif into tho Iolu In the piibliiaiiWr, LRresdr'.al r ' . Mv jy of the annual report of the llurciiu iittwtrrTTvmilFtP gfbct!he3itin the' morning he shall devonr the prey. Inilnstrv. .AIko : onoiKllln- on thoSiftrefurv'otV ...s. t linojAavy'ior a copy 01 tne spocisi r'jort and spins, tcstilied that his firm did a busi- nnd at night he shall divide the apoll maae oy Lieutenant tvimnau on tne progress ness niountiiig lo from 1,000,000 to IGtneSls xlix,27. of tho Panama Canal. The contested elei Hon case of Campbell vs. Weaver, of Iowa. S2,00000O per annum. It sold goods, but Dr. Talmage said: There is in this chapwa taken up In preference to the river ami bccaiisl of tho labor troubles their credit ter such an affluence of simile and harbor bill by r mnJonty of one After deitich a mingling of metaphors, that bate of an hour and a half the resolution of were ajnost entirely cut oil. It Mtstiuiie! a the majority of the Committee on i:iec,tlons loss m bs business of from thirty to foity there, are a thousand thoughts in it not on ns ituopieu u cnnnrins ine ripin 01 tne the surface. Old Jacob, dying, is telling Witness was not opxstHl to sittimr member. .1. U Weaver, to the seat per cqi At 5 15 p. m the Houe took a rw t untH 7 the fortunes of his children. He propheof labor. p m , tne nUht session being- for tho considsies the devouring propensities of Benjaeration of bills and reports from the MilIi rmley, upholsterer of the Gulf, min nnd b. his descendents. With his dim itary Committee. Coloralo .t Snnta Fo rnilioad, testified that old eyes he looks off and sees the May 5. Senwk Waphi.noton, A letter oweny occupied two official positions going out to the fields, ranging hunters from the Public Printer was read, attributing he f them all certain delays In printing to iiisuniclenta)-propriation- withthe Knights of Labor. Ho said it was day and at night-facoming home, the A resolution was roprud the iitcntfon of the Knights to strike on all game slung over the shoulder; and reachthe lexas roads, but better judgment in relation to the CHttle troubles on the Mexing the door of the tent the hunters begin to ican border, nnd recommending an arrHge-nicHe was opposed to stnko. distribute the game, and one takes a coney with Mexico for their suppression. P.W. Farreli, a carpenter, the and another a rabbit and another a roe. A resolution was agreed to inquiring of the Secretary nf State the necessity for churging forraof the mandate which was issued by In the inornlnc he shall devour the prey, cilizensof the United States five dollars for the Knight to tho freight olerto. in the passports to foreign countries. Mr. Logan Texs- Pacific railroad olllce at Fort Worth, and at night he shall divide the spoil. inquired in reference to his hill to nronleu Or, it may be a reference to the habit; of commission for Investigating the condition of onleing them to strike. W.l". Hnrk, editor of the IjtU,r Alrf-cutbeasts that slay their prey, and then the colored jK?opie or the South. It was discovered that It had been tvfened to suband rountv treasurer, testified to the drag it back to the cave or lair and divide committee of the Committee on relocation. fact f tl.e demoralizing t'iToct of the strike it among the young. Mr. Blair promised to luuethe subject considered and reported If possible. The inter- on tfi Could system. He said that the There is nothing more fascinating than of the laboring men in the fcouth was the life state commerce bill was taken up. and Mr. of a hunter. On a certain day in ; CatndPii's amendment ndoptcd was, 23 bott than that of tho northern working-mep. m. the Senate went Into najs. 21 At There was not tuch a surplus of labor all England you can hear the crack of the executive session, and at 5:30 p. m. ad in tio South. I lie absence of employsportsman's gun because grouse hunting journed.. ment for labor in Uie South during has begun; and every man thafcan nfford Hot'SK. A letter of the Seeretarv of the Nnvj was read, containing- an estimate f sevenl months of tho year was tho most the time and ammunition and enn draw a Ho believed tho only lwad starts for tho fields. On the 20th of serioK drawltaek. JP1, 137 to supply a deficiency In the appropriation for the armament of tho new sieel reinesy was the introduction of manufact- October our woods and forests will recruisers. A bill was passed for the relief of urers in Texas, lie attributed much of tho sound with the shock of firearms, and will the heirs of the lute .lames ('. H'interstnltli, troubb to the want of confidence between be tracked with pointers nnd setters beappropriating tho funeral expenses and a oniplo. ers and the men and thought that cause the quail will then be a lawful prize year's pay. A bill was reported to extend workqen were not outspoken enough about for the sportsman. Xenophon grew elothe free delivery system. An adverse report was made on the fenate Mil providing their g":cv anrcs. in reply to the question quent in regard to the art of hunting. In for n commission on tho alcoholic Ihmor as to who was benefited by the seizure of th far East people, elephant-mountetrafilc. The Ways and Means Committee re- the eni ties and tho destruction of property ported n bll' repealing as much of Seetion Jjy tlieitrikors, witness said that ho thought chase the tiger. The American Indian darU 3314 as allows commn-sionto Internal Revenue Collectors for taxes collected about Jie only person benefited was tho hn arrow at the butfalo until the frighton distilled spirits. Hill reported rrotn the sheriff. The committee left for Marshall ened herd tumble over the rocks. EuropeCommittee on Military A nam wen then con- last evcilng. an nobles are often found in the fox chase sidered. The nrst one called was the veternnd at the stag hunt. Francis I. was ans" bounty bill. Messrs. Ielede. Bragg. HUNTiN. tor ANAnrmsTs iv cnirAfio. Hepburn and (ioff spoke in favor of the Chicago. May 10. The vigilance of tho called the father of hunting. Moses demeasure, and Mcers. Hewitt Keagan and Breckinridge opposed It. Amendments were police in looking after suspected Anarchista clares of Nimrod: adopted extending the provision of tho act has not relaxed a particle since tho He was ft mighty hunter before the Lord. to the widows and such rceiillstcd v ohinteer outrage that first induced it. The Therefore in all ages ot the world the soldiers as may be deceased, and to enlisted men in the navy and the marine corps. various station contain the usual extra de- Imagery of my text ought to be suggesttail inaugurated a week ago and a strict Pending further action the committre ro nndntSp. in. the Hoiico took a recess until watch is Kept along the streets on suspicious ive, whether it means a wolf after a fox or 7:3) p. m parties. The anticipation of incendiary fires a man after a Hon. Washington. May B.Sevvte On motion lias caiiHi citizens and property owners to In the morning ho shall devour the prey, of Mr Sherman, it was agreed that the be doubj on the lookout o that, no matter immigration bill and the t Inne-- e in- from what quarter trouble may spring, nnd at night he shall divide the spoil. demnity bill should be special orders tor preparation will havo been made for it. I tako my text, In the first place, as deMay 10 The Paeiflc mi'road funding bill YeMenhy a fellow riding on a West Side scriptive of those people who, in the mornwas made the special order tor May 11. Tho car attracted the interstate commerce bill was culled up. by taiklng loudly attention of the itassengers ing of their life, give themselves up to In defiance of the hunting the world, but afterward, by the and after considerable debate. It was agreed that a vote should ho taken on the in Tuesday night' nuts. Ho trace of God, in the evening of thoir life wu next juesdnr. Mr. Miller, from the L nu-, I asrr,Ba Milvide the snous of Committee on UuuuiiMuLa- -i TT"ilto!RCtUIiudkdico7for the part they had Christian character. There are aged favorably n bill making eight hours a trage. A imllce day's work for letter carriers. Mr. r.ru.cm takouyn suppressing the during tho afternoon, orrerel an amendment officer 1ockel bm up at tho Dos Plainer Christian men nnd women in this bouse for the Mexican pension bill which, amonir street station where ho gave the namu of J. who. If they gave testimony, would tell other things, proposes to repeal the restric- M. Hart. you that in the morning of their life they tion upon the nav inent ot nrreurs of tensions to soldiers nnd sailors of the lute war whose third raid was made on the not at No. were after the world as intensely as a A claims are tiled prior to July 1. lev niul con- 71 West "Lake street by a squad of twenty-fiv- hound after a hare or as a falcon swoops ferring a pension upin all soldiirs, disabled men from the Central detail In the upon a gazelle. They wanted the world's from any otner cause than thoirown careless was plaudits and the world's gains. They felt hall upstairs a meeting of or vicious conduct.wlio sorved three months. The amendment also increases all claes of found in session and the members were that if they could get this world they existing pension. searched. Nothing wa found on them to would hnve every thing. Some of them Hocse. An adverse was made by ind cale coiincciion or sympathy with the started out for the pleasures of the world. tho .ludlcary Committee reiort Joint resoluon the law lirs clement and they were allowed to Thev thought that the man who laughed tion proposing a constitutional amendment left loudest wns happiest. They tried reparproviding for female suilrage. The bill to proceed unmolested. A few create a department of and labor in the ball by parties unknown were carried tee, and conundrum, and burlesque, and was called up. but dilatory motions preventaway. In the saloon underneath the hall, madrigal. They thought they would like ed its consideration during the mornliighour AnThe House then went into committee of the kept by Albert Floras, three red hot Edarchists weie arrested ami jailed. In tho to be Tom Hoods or Charles Lambs or whole on the rlvcrand harborbill. After some copy of the platform of gar A. Poea. They mingled wine and discussion the committee rose anil reported saloon was found a the bill to the House. An amendment wa tho Socialists, which essentially embodies music and the spectacular. They were offered, and agreed to. providing that approutterances of Spie, worshipers of the harlequin, and the priations for the Improvement of the I.owcr the Mississippi and of the Missouri river shall bo Fielden, Schwab - Co., together with a Merry Andrew, and the buffoon, and pxpended under thedirection of the partial directory of "groups' outside of the joRter. Life was to them foam, nr War. without tho intervention ofSecretary tho nnd bubble, nnd cacbinnation.androyster-mg- , and Itlver Coinmicsions The "groups" according to the paper are and grimace. They were so full of The bill wns final!) passed -- yeas, 1(CJ and the House adjourned at Sno'n m' In existence as far cast as Hoi yoke, Mass., glee they could hardly repress their mirth, after an unsuccessful attempt to get up an and extend through Ohio, Indiana, Penn- even on solemn occasions, and they came electoral count bill sylvania ami neighboring Mates. The threo Washi.notov. Mny7. Sf.vate Xot in ses-- men taken are (Seorge Uartels alias Loranz. near bursting out hilariously even at the lon. burinl, because there was something; so and Fred HenUen. House A Senate bill was passed granting Frnnz Snndt trouble they betrayedLike their dolorous in the tone or countenance of the the mot comrades in right or way to a local rnllroad through the ar?enal grounds at Philadelphia. Theuilli-tHr- craven terror when confronted by the repre- undertaker. After awhile misfortune academy bill was &et aside for sentatives of justice, and set mini entirely struck them bard on the back. They business, Hn, private tho n0:Jst, bereft of the boasted courage of their kind. found there was something they could not considered a nunilicr of claims conA short time after they had lieon locked laugh at. Under their late hours their siderable discussion was occasioned hi a bill to paj F W Halileman fJOO for service up a fellow, giving his name as Charles J. health gave way or there was i death in as a scout and bugler during the war to see SmidU the house. Of every green thing called at claimant being at the time too jounir to tho Franks,asked whatthe was Franks admitted soul was exfoliated. They found out their bo When he that muMered Into the ter ice. When a v oto was taken tho opponents of the bill raised the that ho was n Socialist nnd that ho nnd life was more than a joke. From the point of no quorum, and at 5 o'clock a recess Situdt worked together on an Anarchist heart of God there blazed into thoir soul was taken until 7:W p. in. At the nltrht sessuspended publication about a an earnestness they had never felt before. paper sion lift r private pension bills were "passed year that aco. In answer to further questions ' and the House adjourned lit 10 o'clock. They awoke to their sinfulness and imWasiu.ngton, May 8. Sen vte. Not In ses- the fellow said that if the intended parade mortality, and here they sit at had taken place jesterday he would havo sion. walked in the ranks and carried a red flag. sixty or seventy years of age, as appreHouse. A bill wa? passed authorizing tho ho ciative of all innocent mirth as they ever Kansas ity. Port Scott and Gulf Itailroal He had scarcely uttered the words Company to construct a road through the Inwas hustled down stairs and given quarters were, but they are bent on a style of satisdian Territory. Tho military academy bill in cell to repent that he had been led into faction which in early life they never a was passed. The army appropriation bill hunted; the evening of their days brighter was taken up and flnifhed In committee of making a hasty declaration. the whole ready for action In tho House. At a meeting of the freight handlers yes- than the morning. In the morning they Washington. May 10. Se.vvte. Mr. Frye terday, after an animated debate, decided devoured the prey, but at night they are Introduced a bill "to limit the commercial to go to the railroad officials as inprivileges of vessels from foreign countries dividuals and endeavor to arrange for an dividing the spoil. Then there are others who started out c in the ports of the United States." The dispute with Canada wa discussed, and end of the strike now in progress. for financial success. They see how limber resolutions calling for information In relation a man's hat is when he bows down before orJECTixo to Tin: kf.d fi.ao. thereto were Introduced br Mr. Davis. ir. Van Wyck introduced a bill to nuthorio the Cincinnati, May 10. At a largely at- some one transpicuous. They felt they Union Pacific railroad to construct branch tended imetuigof TyiKigraphical Union N'a would like to see how the world looked commerce bill was The roads were from the window of a $3,000 turnout. resolutions then discussed bj Messrs. Walthall, Gorman, 3 yesterday afternoon, red flag of the ComStanford and Sewell. At 5:50 p. m. the Senate adopted denouncing the They thought they would like to have adjourned without action. mune ns symbolic of anarchy and revolution the morning sunlight tangled in the.head-gea- r House. A number or bills and resolutions aiid antagonist c to the welfare of every tnio of a dashing span. They wanted were Introduced under tho call of States, American. The union calls the attention of after which the House proceeded to tho con- capitalists to tho recent riots at Chicago and tho bridges in the park to resound under sideration of busluets report d from the Dis- Milwaukee, reminding them that the Impor- the rataplan of their swift hoofs. They trict Of Columbia. Several bills of a local character were passed, and tho Houso ad- tation of foreign labor to supplant American wanted a gilded baldrick, and so they journed to 4:40 p. m. workmen at cheaper rates of pay may prove started on the dollar bunt. They chased dangerous policy in the end. it up one street and chased it down Sin Charles Dii.ke, in a speech at ChelTho strike situation remains unchanged. They followed it when burrowed sea, said the charges of immoral conduct The men stand well together and seem dein the cellar. They treed it in the roof. against him were cruel and baseless, and termined to bold out. The manufacturers, Wherever a dollar was expected to be caused himself and wife many bleeples on tho other band, maintain the same posithey were. They chased it across the nights, and having asked the Queen's Proc- tion. Many have announced that they will ocean. They chased it across tho and the Mayor tor to intervene in the case, he would deny open their factories has assured them that all men who want to land. They stopped not for the night. on oath the unfounded charges. Hearing that dollar even in the darkgo to full police The Russian Minister of War has gone fo tion. work will bo given the Ohio protecFour regiments of National ness thrilled them as an Adirondack Livadia toconfer with the Czar. Guard, with a strengthened police force, are sportsman is thrilled by a loon's laugh. Thkee thousand workmen held a meeting at his disposal nnd it is hardly probable that They chased that dollar oto the money in Vienna and adopted a resolution de- there will be any trouble. vault. They chased it to the government manding of the Liberal Deputies that they NkwYouk, May 10. The striking piano treasury. They routed It from under makers have relumed at the old scale. oppose the Socialist law. the counter. All the hounds were out all the pointers and setters. They A SUGAR SUBSTITUTE Two men were arrested in St. leaped the hedges for that dollar, Louis tho other day. It was alleged and they cried: "Hark away a dollar! V Snbttance Kxtracted from Coal Tai that the men had perfected a rucan of a dollar 1" And when at last thev came XVfilch Is Sifffter Than Sugar. taking the change out of tin cash upon it and had actually captured it, their Mr. Ivan Levinstein, the President boxes in the street car., and upon one excitement was like that of a falconer who of tho Manchester seetion of the Socie- or them wns found an instrument for has successfully flung his first hawk. In ty of Chemical Industry, calls attention abstracting the coins. It consists in a the morning of their life, oh how they to a new substance which is extracted long aiulnioderately stiff strap split at devoured the prev! better time to their But there came a the end, into which are fitted two pieces from coal tar, anil possesses sweetenof zinc or tin, which are moderately soul. They found out that an immortal ing properties far stronger than the llexible. Puling this down into tho nature can not live on government bonds. best cane or beet-rosugar. This sub- boxes the coins were easily caught be- They took up. a Northern Pacific bond and stance, he says, seemed likely to enter tween tho two pieces of "tin and ab- there was a bole in it through which they could look into the uncertainty of all into daily consumption. Acconiingto stracted. St. Louis Post. earthly treasures. They saw some Ralston, Mr. Levinstein, one part of it will give A young man in a large company living at the rate of $25,000 a mouth, leapa very svvoet taste to ten thousand parts of water, for it is two hundred and was descanting very flippantly on a ing from San Francisco wharf because thirty times sweeter than best sugar, subject his knowledge of which was he could not continue to live at the same and taken in tho quantities added to evidently superficial, and a lady pres- ratio. They saw the wizen and paralytic food as sweetening material, has no in- ent asked his name. " 'Tis Scarlett," bankers who had changed their souls Into jurious effects whatever on the human replied a gentleman. "Indeed," said molten gold stamped with the image of system. Patients suffering from dia- the lady, "then I am certain he belies the earth, earthy. They saw some great his name, for I am sure ho is not deep souls by avarice tarn e J into homunculi, betes have been treated for tho last read.,'--jv. and they said to themselves: "I will seek Y. Telegram. one of the principal hosfew months in after higher treasure." From that time pitals in Berlin with saccharin without whether they walked or The feeling in the least iiiconvenienced by for the first American establishment they did not carewalked with them; nor exclusive manufacture of edged-too- ls rode if Christ woulc. its us. The use of saccliarin was founded by Samuel Collins, whether they lived in a mansion or a hut therefore. Mr. Levinstein aaid, be not at Collinsville, Conn., about 1826, if they dwelt under the shadow of the Alsugar, merely a probable substitute for when tho product of a day's labor was mighty; nor whether they were robed in but ii might cien bt applied to medicibroadcloth or in a homespun if they nal nurnost!3 whero suear wa Hoi the forging and tempering of eight French rob it tit Saviour's rifctiticM fed thi i'wA . . -- - -t !.. - i. 1 nTK&St-.tf-- . allo-gor- y, s. ll pre-vail- nt d - e 11 con-dit- n. i.'-i-) ness; yui wb"Uiflr they were sandaled with If they were washed withJUie'Ffepa Itioa of the gospel. Now you see peace on their countenance. Now that man savs Whutloo' was to be enchanted with , thrj7--if Whyi I have more satisfac-t- k nluutes In the service of God ii, all the first years of my life thui.-- I i while I waigain-gettinI like this evening of ray cPtv i great deal better than I did the ",5'n ng- - In the morning I greedily ""Jriured the prey; but now it is evening Jw I am gloriously dividing the spoil." My frienltQk world is a poo" thing to bunt. It ieiTiVtthfal to go out in the woods and huntJffU 'rebfndles the luster of tb eye. TtWiiieJtw Brown of the autumnal leaf into the cheek It gives to the rheumatic limbs a strength to lean like the roe. Christopher North's pet . n, the d Meg, going off 'in the summer in the forests, had its echo in the winter time in the eloquence that rang through the university hall of Edin- burR. It is healthv to go hunting tn the field: but I tell you that it is belittling and bedwarfing and belaming for o man to hunt this world. The hammer comes down on the and tho barrel explodes and kills you instead of that which you are pursuing. When you turn out to hunt the world, the world turns out to hunt you; and as many a sportsman aiming his gun at a panther's heart has gone down under the striped claws, so while you have been attempting to devour this world, the world has been devouring you. So it was with Lord Byron. So it was with Coleridge. So it was with Catherine of 'Russia. Henry II. went out hunting for this world and its lances stuck through his heart. Francis I. aimed at the world, but the assassin's dagger put an end to his ambition and his life with one stroke. Mary, Queen of Scot, wrote on the window of her castle: From the top of all my trust a " . And I said toothers: "When did you give your God?" And they said: 'To-nigh- t." , - heart to i$JT' - iiu-U- . g. -- And I said to still others: "When did you resolve to serve the Lord all the days of your life?" And they said: 'To-night." ' ,..,.. VM" I saw by their apparel that when the grace of God struck them they were de- vouring the prey ; but I saw also in the flood of joyful tears and in the kindling rap- tures on their brow, aud Iu their axhll-arant . I . .. muckle-mouthe- gun-ca- p Mishap bath laid me In the dost. The Queen dowager of Navarre was offered for her wedding day a costly and beautiful pair of gloves, and she put them on, but they were poisoned gloves and they took her life. Better a bare hand of cold privation than a warm and poisoned glove s occur-renceoft- .e anti-Chines- e Social-isiaxWige- d of rtiinom success. "Oh," says some young man in the audience, "I believe what you aro preaching. I am going to do thnt very thing. In the morning of my life I am going to devour the prey, and in the evening I shall divide the spoil of Christian character. I only want a little while to sow my wild oats and then I will be good." Young man, did you ever take the census of all the old people! How many old people are there in your house? One, two or none? How many in a vast assemblage like this? Only here and there a bald head, like the patches of snow here and there in the fields on a late April day. The fa'-- t is that the tides of the years are so strong that men go down under them before they get to be sixty, before they get to be fifty, before they get to be forty, m 'J-"'-ir n r.'.-n- beforethe ; and if you, and transporting utterances, that they were dividing the spoil. At night, with one touch of electricity, all these lights blaze. Oh, I vvocld to God that the darkness of your souls might be broken up, and that by one quick, over whelming, instantaneous flash of Illumination you might be brougt into and the liberty of the sons ot. God I You see that religion is a different thing from what some of you people supposed. You thought it was decadence; you thought religion was emaciation; yon thought it was highway robbery; that it struck one down and left him half dead; that it plucked out the eyes; that it plucked out the plumes of the soul; that it broke the wing and crushed the beak as it came clawing with its black talons through the nir. No, that is not religion. What is religion? It is dividing the spoil. It is taking a defenseless soul and panoplying it for eternal conquest. It is the distribution of prizes by the king's hand, every medal stamped with a coronation. It is an exhilaration, an expansion. It is It is enthronement. Religion makes a man master of earth, and death, and hell. It goes forth to gather the medals of victory won by Prince Emmanuel, and the diadems of heaven and the glories ot realms terrestrial and celestial, and then, after ranging all worlds for everything that is resplendent, it divides the spoil. What was it that James Turner, the famous English evalgellst, was doing when in his dying moment he said: "Christ is all! Christ is all !" Why, he was entering into light: he was rounding the Capo of Good Hope; he was dividing the spoil. What was the aged Christian Quakeress doing when at eighty years of age she arose in the meeting one day and said: "The time of my departure is com My are falling off." She was dividing the spoil. fch" longed with wings to fly away. And mix with that eternal day. What is Daniel now doing, the and Elijah, who was drawn by the flaming coursers? and Paul, the rattling of whose chains made kings quake? and all the other victims of flood, and fire, and wreck, and guillotine? Where ire they? Dividing the spoil. Ten thousand times ten thousand, In sparkling raiment brnB.r,Lt,.i the-bgh- t $ grnve-cloth- es lion-tame- r? tut anionc-ThemSBlv- es" e hod-currie- ml-iljg- b Rjv'i.-iiltur- o well-know- n Chi-cas- o. Mis-Mslp- n l y to-da- y C to-da- y fish-erie- inter-Stat- e to-da- y 1 ot Ko4-iUM.--orr- rf will spend" fh morning of your days in Tis finished, all Is finished. devouring the prey, the probability is that t Their fight with death and sin; you will never divide the spoil in the eveLift high your golden gates ning hour. And let the victors in. Ho who postpones until old age the reliOb, what a grand thing it Is to be a. gion of Jesus Christ, postpones it forever. Where are the men who, thirty yiars ago, Christian! Wc begin on earth to divide will not be resolved to become Christians in old age, the spoil, but the distribution is a povertof years? completed to all eternity. There putting it off a certain number y-struck soul, there i3 a buniness-de- They never got to be old. The railroad soul, there spoiled soul, there is a collision or the steamboat explosion or is a bereaved soul why do you not come on the Ice or the falling ladder or the nnd get the spoils of Christian character, sudden cold put an end to their opportunithe salvathe ties. They have neverhad an opportunity the comfort,am joy, the peace, you in my' sent to offer tion that I since and never will have an opportunity knees again. They locked the door of Heaven master's name? Though yonr though knock together in weakness, against their soul and they threw away your hand tremble in fear, though your the key, and if they could now break jail eyes rain tears of uncontrolable weeping-co- me and come up shrieking to this audience I spoils. Rest for all the and not do think they 'wonld take two minutes weary. get the Pardon for all the guilty. Labor They to persuade us all to repentance. all the chased the world and they died in the for all the bestormed. Life for are some chase. The wounded tiger turned on them. dead. I venlv believe that there the They failed to take the game that they who have come in here outcast becausethey world is against them, and because pursued. Mounted on a swift courser they feel God is against them, who will go leaped the hedge, but the courser fell on away y saying : them and crushed them. Proposing to I came to Jesns as I was, barter their soul for the world, they lost Weary, and worn, and sad; both and got neither. I found In him a resting place. encouragement to old While this is an And He has made me glad. people who are yet unpardoned, it is no Though you came in children of the encouragement to the young who are put- world, you may go away heirs ot Heaven. ting off the day of grace. This doctrine Though you were devouring the prey, now, that the old may be repentant is to be all worlds witnessing, you may divide the taken cautiously. It is medicine that kills spoil. or cures. The same medicine given to difA ferent patients in one case saves life and in the othet; destroys it. This possibility of repentance at the close of life may cure A Chicago Mnn Claims to Hare Invented Such ii n Instrument. the old man while it kills the young. Be Chicago News. cautious in taking it. Cornelius Spillane, a stationary engiAgain, my subjectis descriptive of those who come to a sudden and radical change. neer, living at S025 Dashiel street has inYou have noticed how short a time it in vented a device for telephoning between moving trains and railway stations. The from morning to night in tho winter eight or ten hours. You know that a win- invention is an extremely simple affair ter day has a very brief life. The heart consisting of a circuit wire resting on an of the longest day beats twenty-fou- r times insulated slab between the railway tracks. On this wire rests a circuit-ro- d made of a and then it is dead. How quick the transtrip of metal roller making a continuous sition in the character of these Benjamin-iteconnection to all stations and all trains on the line of route. The return c rcuit is In the mornln? they shall devour the prey gained by means of the and and at night thev shall divide the spoil. of the axle and up through the frame-wor- k Is it possible that there shall be such a engineer's cab to the telephone. A wire transformation in any of our characters? runs through the train connecting all the Yes, a man may be at seven o'clock In cars, so that conversation can be kept up worldling, from all parts of the train to all stations the moniinjr an and at seven o'clock at night he may he a on the road and between all other trains on the line. peaceful distributive Christian. ConverMr. Spillane thinks the adoption of his sion is Instantaneous. A man passe into the Kingdoinof God quicker than down device on railway trains would render g lightning. A needless the employment of telegraph the sky runs the man may be anxious about his soul for a operators at railway stations, nnd would great many years; that does not make afford direct means of communication behim a Christian. A man may pray a tween any one train and all other points, great while; that does not make him a so that iu the event of an accident the inChristian. A man may resolve on the telligence would be promptly communireformation of his character and have cated and relief summoned. It would also, that resolution going on a great while, he says, prove an absolute check on train- that does not make him a. Christian. But robbers, and were any deed of violence atthe very instant when he flings his soul on J tempted on the cars the authorities would the mercy of Jesus Chris1;, that instant is receive prompt notice of it in time to arlustration, emancipation, resurrection. rest the guilty parties. Op to that point he is going in the wrong SAVED BY A DOG. direction; after that point he is going in the right direction. Before that moment Provlflentlat Rescue of a he is a child of sin: after that moChild From Under a Street-Cis a child of God. Before that ment he Cincinnati Knqulrer. moment, hellward; after that moment, Strange things occur In this big city heavenward. Before that moment, devouring the prev; after that moment, dividing every day. An incident happened the streets the spoil. Five minutes is as good as five other night at Sixth and Plum intelliwhich showed the almost human years. courage of a dog. The My hearer, you know very well that the gence and child of John B. Bactgalupo was best things yon have done you have done to cross the street railroad track on in a flash. You made up your mind in an trying side of the market-hous- e when, buy or to sell, or to invest, or to the south instant to frightened by the near approach of a car, stop or to start-- If you had missed that fellow in turning fell directly one chance, you would have missed it the little across the track. The horses passed over forever. Now just as precipitate and injuring him, and bequick and spontaneous will be the ransom the boy without could be done a dog, sitfore any injnry This morning you are makof your soul. the corner of the ting with ing a calculation. You are on the track market-hous- his master at toward the child rushed some financial or social game. With of It from the track by Its clothes your pen or pencil you are pursuing it. and pulled wheels were about to crush it. just as the This very morning yon are devouring the Every one was astonished at the act of you will be in a differprey; but which was remarkably U and ent mood. You find that all heaven ia of- the dog, owned by Thomas Clay, yon. Yoa wonder how you can intelligent. He is rescue of the child by fered a colored man. The get it for yourself and for your family. observed by a large numYou wonder what resources it will give the Canine was The brave dog is four years hereafter. Yon are dividing ber of people. you now and name of Jumbo. peace and comfort and satisfaction and old, and answers to the a hero, and bis masChristian reward in your soul. You are H eh as become quite for him after the ter had several offers dividing the spoil. but Mr. Clay, who is only a poor witk Jwrd On a Sabbath Bight at the close of the whitewaaher, rfosd to t aay rlei pwscBtt MtIm I uM , sin-stru- c - the-sli- , s t to-da- m TRAIN-TELEPHON- E. sl rail-whe- el zig-za- Fonr-Year-O- ld ar four-year-o- ld e, ht I 1 i tJ r f u m ?rt - & " . 3 a .. Si -- r rsw" Lati' PrM I "-- J i Twelfth street patrol wagons, tilled with officers, rattled down the street When the blue vehicles neared tho rioters the officers took aim over each others shoulders and hred volley after volley over the strikers' Lawless Element at Chicago In- cession. heads. The effect was amusing. Men with Although the rioters had been driven their pockets filled with stones and men dustriously at Work Foment from the McCormick- works they still with Slavonic boards and wooden swords lined Blue Island alenue from Robey huddled behind barricades no more substaning Trouble. street to Western avenue. As the pa- tial than a picket fence; the otheis darted trol wagons dashed through the lines, down Eighteenth street to Center avenue they were made the tarsjts for all kinds of near which Is a sort of a rendezvous for the A. 3fumlcr of Outbreaks of the missiles. The officers were compelled to thousands of foreign strikers in the neighduck their heads to escapo injury. When borhood. Here the mob made a desperate Striker JuelIeil by the the last patrol wagon had emptied Its load stand. Officer Small, of tho Iiinman street staat the factory. Captain O'Donnel ordered City I'olicc. that the streets bo cleared. The 200 officers tion, leaped out of his wagon and started were again drawn up in linoand commanded after ono of the leaders of the riot who was to make the charge. In the midst of an an- yelling to his comrades to blow up the police Anarchist Throws a Dynamite Bomb Amon He ran into the crowd and noying firo the men left tho yards and with dynamite. a Squad of Policimn, Killing plunged right and left Revolvers cracked grabbed the Anarchist by the neck. The continuously, and occasionally the loud latter screamed for help. The crow d surged Pour Outright. a blunderbuss or ancient shotgun about the officer and his struggling prisoner loaded with slugs split the air. and then fell upon tho former with stones The .Mob Then 4ttncks (he Ofllccrs with Four strikers dropped daring the charge, and clubs. Officer Small, to defend him'woof them being shot through tho groin. self, fired several shots Into the crowd, but Knives and Pistols as if by They were picked up by comrades and without effect The shooting then became borne away before the police could overtake hot and indiscriminate. Small's comrades Preconcerted Action ' One of the victiics was a boy. lie ran to his assistance, but before he was was shot while in the act of throwing a rescued from his perilous position he was men caught blm as he fell and shot through the hand. His prisoner esMartial Law Prevails in the Vicinity stone.himFive the car bore to bains where he called caped. of the Conflict and all Persons for a drink of water. It was given him Iteportsof exploding cartridges camo from and then he moaned piteously and .begged every quarter and the air was filled with ore Searched. to iw taken home. An express wagon was smoke. "Kill tho hirelings." bawled a secured and the dying boy placed iu It His man with red whiskers, as he pointed an The Wisconsin Militia Called Out at Mi- comrades would not gie bis name. ancient revolver at Officer Small. Before After the streets in the vicinity of tho he could pull the trigger Detective Michael lwaukee to tipprtft-- the I)lturl:tnce McCormick works had been cleat til the ob- Granger struck his hand and tho weapon at Tli.it 1'lace News l'roiu jectionable scabs employed there were fell to the ground. The mob then iMiunced Other I'oliiU. marched out into Blue Island avenue and upon Granger and dragged him into tho told that they would be escorted to their muddy street A rock as large as a cocoa-nu- t homes by tho pd.ee. Tl!eT,were pale and whizzed past his check ami a brick hit MOB VIOLEXCE AT CIIICAOO. their knees knocked t.isethcrasthey walked. him in the forehead. The detective fell to Chicago, May 4. Fully twelve tliouniid One hundred officers were placed on either the ground with a stream of blood pouring strikers, composeil of lumber shovers, side of the scabs and in this iositlon they from a jagged wound. a ' moulders, planing mill men and boxmakers, marched to the city. As tiff parsedthe high The remainder of the officers becoming Mccongreeated near Clark Bro.'s planing mill. board fence near the eiilrarVie to by at the res.stanee Cormick ards an old man with a gun exaerated growing mob. fired a score of In the Twenty-.-econMreet district, jeMer-ilanearly six feet Ion? crept to one corner of the rapidly They were nearly all for- the barrier and dropped on Ins knees. He shots Into tho surging, howling mass. Ono aftenioon. man was seen to drop, but his comrades eigners, and many woro hits of red riblmn then took deliberate aim at one of the him up and hurried through a neighand fired. Thecharge went wide of its picked alley. on the lapels of their coats. Shortly after The sight Anarchist mark and tmo a hole as large as a man's boring to fill the rioters of itli fear, blood two o'clock a man, coat less and liatless, w for as hand in a lioiirii standing hear the street seemed mounted an empty Height car standing near The aged Anuichist then out of sight soon as they learned that one of their numthe throng and proceeded to" address the As tne process on marched east on Blue ber had been shot they lied precipitatemen in German. He sa;d: Ivet every man Island avenue the walkers were jeered in a ly. The officers then charged upon them Women, with and captured seven of the leadeis. They stand shoulder to shoulder and we will win most exaspcratinir'maniicr. bare arms and red handkerchiefs tied about were taken to the Twelfth street and Iiintills fight. We must have our rights. Strike their heads, screamed imprecations from man street stations. Bain fell incessantly while the iron is hot. Drive the scalw out windows; children hid behind ch.mneys and during the fight Three thousand men and boys stood of the yards and let us show McCormick pelted peoWes and eggs at tho objects of barrels and boxes on that he can not hire men and keep their venom and from tune to time bricks around three between Randolph and Lake, street and stones were hurled at oihcers and them at work while we, the bone and sinew August m attics of tho at eight o'clock last evening. "scabs" by of Chicago, are forced to hear our wive and many small men dieted tho hue of march. Spies, the editor of tho ArMter Zcihnuj, buildings on children crying for bread. Arm yourselves When the procession reached the corner the Anarchist organ In this city, stood U)ou and prepare for the worst." of Ashland and Blue Island avenue fully one of the barrels. He made a brief speech . The speaker's harangue was greeted with sixty thousand people were m.ted along to the crowd and then introduced rnd upon the housetops. Parsons ono of the pronounced leaders of deafening cheers. At this moment one of these thoroughfares 'Scabs' w.is con- the movement The latter told his heaters of the proprietors of the llingllngton planing The cry and "rats" and At tunes the officers that Instead of getting ten hours' pay for deafening. tinuous mill thrust his head out of the window to were compelled to charge to the riijht and eight hours' work statistics proved that were only getting two learn the cause of the uproar. Almost in- left in order that the procvion might pas. worklngmen stantly a thousand men burst into the yard of The women were ecn more obstrejerous hours' pay tor ten hours' work, and If they :he company and surrounded the biiildiiu than the men. They ran out into the gut- worked eight hours at the same wages they pay from which the head had protruded. A ters and shook their fists and spat at the would only bo getting three hours' storm of stones and brick boat upon the scabs. The latter tried to smile but they for eight hours' work. Ho warned his roof and the windows were demolished as could not They hugged each other as audience that the time would como when though by an earthquake. This work of thouch they expected to be swept way by tho brutal oppression of the capitalists would drlvo evervone save themselves into destruction having appeased their wrath the some unknown agency mob turned to the car from the top of At tie o'clock the fag end of the proces- the ranks of Socialism. Tlieie was more which a member of the Lumberman's sion reached the Blue Island avenue viaduct danger to capitalism from the Knights of Union was tryii'C to quell the distuibance. But seven scabs remained, the ret having Labor outside of the organization, known Mr. August Spies, the fiery editor of the been escorted to their home bv detads from by that name, than from the organization ( AtIkUo- Zcllung, was then introduced. the ranks of the otlicers. Thn-who re- itself. The existing social order was founded While he was in the midst of a virulent at- mained were now taken charge of by four in fraud and maintained by force, and ho tack upon cauitalists the tolling of the bell officers and a moment later were lot to counseled his hearers to arm themselves and in the distant tower of the .McCormick sight among the buildings on Keltecca street be prepared to meet force by force, for they reaper works broke upon the ears of lie During tho not five strikers were shot, were in the majority and could not but 12.000 men. two fatally. Four officers were slightly in- triumph. He did not wish to incite to were spilled "Now for the scabs," shouted one, "lets jured and assistant superintendent C. J. bloodshed, but if blood drive 'em out of the building and kill 'cm" Uewby, of the McCormick works, was hit tho capitalists would be responsible for it, they for kept up tho perroared another. with a stone in the face and badly hurt homes in of the panic The excitement was electric There were St. Louis, May 4. In response to an petual cheers from a thousand throats and then the earnest appeal from the citizens' committee. the poor by their ever increasing and noise grew into a mighty roar. to which is added a letter from the members grinding exactions. In a little while, the "Off to McCormick's." wa the cry. of the Curtin Committee, the General Execu- speaker said, the American cap'talist will The men and boys then rushed down the tive Board of the Knights of Labor last reduce the American sovereign, the freeman tracks in a restless body and swept over the night Issued an order to the members now and voter, to a condition lower than that of In order to prevent this he vacant lots in foiiu pnaianx. I no roar on Mr.ke uH)ii the Gould sj stem and upon the Chinaman. grew mtghter in volume as the mob poured tlie various lines in East St Loins, to return advised the proletariat to lie prepared for all down upon the huge sombro building at t work The follow mg is the cor- emergencies. The batterv was full of to shoot workingmen down. militia Western avenue. Myriads of women and respondence: They had gatling guns and munitions children swarmed from the side streets and Southern Hoteu . Sr. tons. Mnj-1- 1WI. f for which singularly enough the people were borne along by the maddened men. At 3:30 the mob inundated the large grass To the General Kxncutlve Hoard Knights paid. They would be turned upon them of Labrr of America: because whenever the laborer makes plot In front of the McCormick works. by the The testimony taken onal Investigating rotnmittfie shows a prayer or petition to tho capitalist for Officer West, who was on duty at the bij: gate, warned the invaders to leave. lie conclusively that vrrv eerioti lo8cs to tho equity. The capitalist appealed to tho milicommercial. Hcr:cu'tuwiljslhr.lnir.ti ; faced the, howling horde and placed his of tho ent r country httCesilltd from tary- The ieopIe also paid for the police hand upon the handle of the revolver in his labor troubles upon tho hnes of railroads who shot them down at the order of the hip pocket. Before he had tunc to draw belonging to the Southwestern esteni and capital sjs. There was revolution organized the weapon a thousand rocks filled the air other railroads in the States of Illinois by a powerful association of a few against Missouri. KansHS. Arkatiai and Texas. and and fell about him like hail. They crashed that by reason of sa d ttoyt'ies a latfre num- the many. The Anarchist closed his reagainst the high board fence behind him ber of persons notd recti v connected thero-w't- marks by advising the working people to be have been thrown out of employment. prep.ned for allemergenc.es with terrific noise and sang a warning as 1 nwill tur at this t me to exprcssHnyopin on Samuel Fielden, another Anarchist, foltlwy sped past his hclmcted head. In regard to the oaues wh ch produced this lowed, in a similar incendiary tone. Whdo The storm was too hot for the officer. lamentable coud.tiua of a3airs or to where the blame lies for its Fielden was talking a dark cloud rolled out He dodged the missiles as best lie could but and the mob drawing nearer he at last bent his continuance, remit r animatt-- the solely by a of the northern horizon. It swept to zenith all assistance and had the apjearance of a cyclone. The head and tried to make his escape by dash- dts re to power n tho endeavor In our to ing through the ranks of his assailants. He restore peace, individual happiness and great crowd ot Socialists fearing that a torrushed forward In a jierfect storm of stows. commercial pro;er.ty to the citizens of the nado was approaching began to seek shelter. When he reached the first line of the strik- country, and particularly of tbc Ave States The Anarchist leaders urged the men to adwe do hereby respectfully, ers he was subjected to a merciless beating, above named, rvjuest you. ns American citi- journ to Zepst Hall which is only about but earnestly being a man of splendid physique he zens, havinjr the welfare or our common half a block away. The ominous cloud but to ndvle.- - throuj;h the had now passed over the crowd. The vast continued his race until he pierjeed the last country at channels, u ranks of the mob. Then he started west the strike, upon tne ra discontinuance of audience was encouraged to remain by iwars ceretorore onUlue Island avenue, lie was pelted ment'oued, and io!envpt,ien,uetlon.whctber Fielden who said he would detain them but with stones at every stride until he fell ex- the employee or the oiricers of tho corponi-- t a few moments as it was getting lato and ons were justifiable to the dec sion that threatening rain. hausted nearly a block away. may form when the Congres-- s Emboldened by the flight of the brave public opinion As the Anarchist concluded a body of men onal t otmnittee which Iihs that matter officer the strikers surged up against the under on. shai; have completed Its were dimly seen approaching in measured that a compliance tread. It appeared like a phalanx of masons walls of the factory. "Kill the seal," work Feelinir with mer't roared one of the leaders, a3 he hurled n and this request w ma actfor jour boards returning from a private assembly or drill. in conform tv who boulder through one of the windows where w th fortliose our counsel, tho approbation of tho The stillness of their approach was ominous " a second before a pale face had been pressed. people o' tho United States, we remain your and appalling. The 3,000 Anarchists crept "Tear down the building," shouted an- obedleut servants. A O CORTIT, closer to the barrels. Then a hundred stars other, who was waving a huce club in his aud a thousand brass buttons flashed in W H Pit IS. hand. Almost Instantly the great factory horizontal and perpendicular lines at the James n OuTnwAiTK. A. X. rvRKER, was subjected to an ominous siege. Stones street intersection. They were under comJames UccrtAjiA:, crashed through the windows and clutis carmand of Lieutenant Ward, who immediJ. W. STEW.UIT. ried away the sash. Nothing escape the ately proceeded to read the riot act HrnsT's Uotet. fury of the mob. to tho Anarchists. He had hardy St. tons. Mar 3, 1?5. f "Now let.us drive out the scabs" roared To lions. A. G. Curt n. V. II. Grain. James n. concluded when soino ono outside of the wfltfi a red handkerchief knotted A X. Parker, James Buchanan crowd t'vrevv a bomb In close proximity to Outhwa'to. a man ana .1. w. Stewart about his neck. tho policemen. A terrific explosion followed Your communication of May The mob pressed forward with a yell. 1 GEVTtXMi-.was placed before the Joint exeeutlve and, as if by a preconcerted arrangement Just as it was about to burst into the yard board and tbo following resolutions were tho mob closed in on the police with knives, the Uinmau street patrol wagon dashed adopted: pistols and of all descriptions. 7j"r-l- That tho communication from the down the dusty road. Two ve officers were Conjrress'onai Committee bo received and The police had no alternative but to mow in the body of the wagon ai I sitting beside them down. Tho scene that followed can request jrrnnted the driver was Sergeant I nrlght. Shouts their time for cailmtr tho strike off bo left not lie described. Blood flowed as freely as The of derision greeted the officers as hey to the General Kxccut ve Hoard In view of water and men dropied on every hamL The the fact clambered out of the blue vehicle and drew country i that tho business interest of tho latest re'Kirts state that three policemen the Kniphts of Labor np in line before the strik'ers wjio were now havliifr thoSuffer' interest of the whole people at have since died from their injuries and probmassed oi the sidewalks and in the road. heart will njdy tomplv w'th tho request of ably a dozen of the mob. Patrol and amThe ofAcers stood shoulder to shoulder for a tho Nation s representatives and that of tlie bulance wagons have been busy picking up . declare this moment and then the command to march cttizeus commlttooof5t. IOueffect Tuesday dying and wounded men and taking them strike at an cud, to tako was given. The dozen officers stepped to hospitals. morn in j.'. May 4. 18.S5. the twenty thousand angry people beAt the present writing martial law preTrust nic that this action will meet withtho fore them. Each man carried a revolver in approval of the public and n st In brinsinir vails In the vicinity of the conflict and it is capital and labor into closer relationship, we worth a man's life to appear out of doors. his right band. The mob rcm.tlned firm. rcma n very "Disperse or we will ire," shouted Ser- The tJeneral truly, Executive Board of tho Knlphts Any one caught on the street is commanded geant Enright to throw up his hands and an immediato John W. Hays. of Labor. Ills reply was a shower of stones that New Yoiik, May 4. In accordance with search of tho ierson is made to see If he has "whistled unpleasantly about the little baud the apparent general understanding among concealed about him any dynamite or exof blue. The officers wavered fora moment labor unions for the inauguration of an plosive. r before the onslaught and then levelled their movement on May 1, the At 1:30 a. m. it was impossible to obtain revolvers at the crowd The barrels of the in several branches of trade yester- a list of the casualties. Officers Henson, weapons glistened in the sunlight, there was day demanded shorter hours at tho rate of O'Day, McCarthy and Deagon, and a a flash and then an explosion followed that wages heretofore received. The waiters in striker, a Bohemian, whose name could not bo learned, are known to be dead. A teleiartled the horses in the car barns two the employ of a number of the blocks away. The first shot of the strike restaurants hotels etc., demanded shorter phone report from the hospital where tho bad been fired .put nobody was hurt. The hours and succeeded In most cases in obtain- injured are being conveyed, says that no bullets flew over the heads of the strikers ing them. Seven hundred furriers, all strikers brought there have as yet died aland burled themselves in the prairie to the members of the union, demanded eight though a number He in a precarious condinorthward. Another volley was fired by hours. Fifty firms are involved and they tion. Very little freight was handled by the the officers with the same effect. The are considering the question. Xo strikes or strikers contested every inch of ground unwere reported in the building railroads yesterday. The Chicago. Burlingtil the blue coats reached the sidewalk trade- - The men in several of the marble ton &. Quincy received what little freight r was offerwt and their men were not mowhen they retreated to the roadway. There yards are out for the enforcement of a they made a stand nd hurled stones and rule, and it is believed they will be lested. A visit of tho striking freight hand dubs at their antagonists. conceded In their demands. The employes lers to the St Paul depot resulted in all of During this fusilade Officer Tom Condon of the principal piano factories demanded the men employed there, some U.0, quitting was hit in the back with a brick. En raced eight hours work and the employers are con- work. At the houses of the Lake Shore at the misfortune of their comrade the otli- sidering it Several furniture manufactur- road fnll forces of the handlers are at work cers fell upon the mob with revolver and ing establishments locked out their men pending an answer to their demands from club. The rioters were prepared to retaliof tho latter's demand for shortor the company. Tho Rock Island houses were ate. They fired at the officers from ambush hours. The men are confident of winning. closed and the Wabash, under pros of United States Marshals, with of ail patterns and caliber. N'o trouble Is reported from any part of the tection freight in a small way. liandled Bullets whistled right and left, and off to city fiom strikes or fifTrunk men on a ."lied depot the southward a PrrrsnunGir. May 4. Some of tho trades At tho Grand kept up a plunging fire. ?At times it was a reported yesterday that individual settle- teen members of the G. A. R. did square stand-ufight Policemen and ments had been affected while numbers of guard duty and little business was done. strikers shot at each other at a distance of workmen are still out and new strikes hare Tho Eastern Illinois did no business and at twenty paces, yet so defective was the been declared. There, are fully 1,000 stone- the Northwestern freight houses consignees lots. The marksmanship of the latter that not an off- masons idle, whose demands are S3.C5 for were allowed to cart off icer was bit nine hours' work. One Allegheny stone con- Louisville, New Albany & Chicago freight While the firing was the hottest the tractor is said to have acceded to the de- depot Is closed. The Michigan Central Twelfth street patrol wagon, laden with a mands. There are 800 plasterers striking houses were kept open with tho aid of doietj men, rattled down the street The for eight hours. A large number of up- twenty-fivdelicate looking young clerks. house was enofficer? ran to the rescue of their comrades, holsterers struck for a restoration of the At the Alton the who were In many Instances encaged In Chicago, May 5. The lawless element tirely closed while a number of special combat Itelnforced by the was still industriously at work In police guarded a few clerks who were trying Twelfth street contingent the handful of the lumber region. One or two threatening to wheel out boxes. At the Chicago & Atnen from Hlntuan street raced up the grade crowds were dispersed by the police without lantic the desertion was complete. The to the road. Here they formed In line twehe bloodshed. The police entered upon their Baltimore & Ohio men have given thejr abreast under a desultory fire from windows, service with spirit and the engagements until Friday night to answer their deroofs and sneds and charged east on the were short, sharp and decisive. Yesterday mands. The Fort Wayne railroad has susstreetcar tracks. afternoon in a rain storm about seven pended work entirely to care for that which The r' iters at first made a sullen resist- hundred strikers marched upon the paint Is perishable. ance. They faced the approaching orlicers works of Cary, Ogden fc Parker, 276 to 2S4 At the Stock Yards all tho large packing aai the slender, glistering line of revolver West Eighteenth street The four special houses have satisfactorily adjusted the diffbarrels held on a level with their heads, as policemen on duty were pelted with stones erences witii their employes. The big packtboagh it was all play. But when the and bricks and soon fled lives. ers have agreed to eight hours a day with curled the index finger of One of them stumbled and for their while ten hours' pay for all. The four hundred fell and their right bands and a streak u fire as lying on the ground fired Into approach- employes of J. 5. Kirk & Co.'s soap factory leag as a telegraph pole flashed through the ing rabble. The rioters halted the for a mo- have accepted the offer of ten hours' pay for air, there was an exciting higera and a gen- ment until one of the leaders waved a rusty nine hours' work. Twenty-threfoundries eral fo-a-s you please race for cover. Dur-ta- sabre over his head and urged have conceded eight hours' work witlt eight hi companthe charge officer Pat Kelly and Kaiser ions to kill the prostrate officer hours' pay and the remainder of the firm, frmfcMlfhttrt Tfcs lomsr wM kit le AboUt tfejj UhU IM IUbow tfertt Wd Witii flm execptlo-M- , we negotiating. ,. RIOT RS18?,3. the head with a brick and the right hand of Kaiser was crushed by a stoue. The patrol wagons of the Lake street. Twenty-seconstreet Harrison street and Deplaines street stations followed each Iner In quick sucd - r $ . -- of tln-ii- i. t 31 . d y olli-cer- s Des-plain- es non-unio- n A.-1- to-da- y - e to-da- y. I to-da- y Con-Kres- s b b'-ar- Invi-etiKt- 11 A i fire-ar- . I ng-ati- eight-hou- cin-ploj- es first-clas- s ' lock-ou- ts nine-hou- se wet-on- lock-out- half-doze- n p car-loa- d Tho eight-hou- r THE COMMONWEALTH. committee of the Trades Assembly has issued the following circular: Tobacco Market. Lonfotlllr T" tho Workinernen of Chicajro: If ever thcro was a time in tho history of We quote lbS5 tobaccos as follows for full tho labor movement when prudence should sound packages: control your councils and actions the pres- weights and Lfcir. nn I lleartt. liurltii. ent is that time. A false or ill advised more !. 51 T.4 ? 1 75 3 25 at this Juncture may defeat tho very object Trash a .' "Ti .1 75(6 4 50 have in view Tndor theoe rirrutn-Rtance- s Common lues. ... 3 7.V8 i fill 'on 4 5 25ft 5 75 wo deem it our duty renucst Medium lugs .. 4 T.V(i 5 25 6 25ft 7 00 to keep this importantto fact In Cood iups leaf .. 5U& 5 M fi OOft 7 25 mind, and shape your demands accord-ingl- Common fi OO'fi 6 75 8 7iVftl0 m Our advico Is. that where a Medium leaf. .. 7 .Vt 85 10 omi:i no diagreoment a to terms exist inter- Cood lcf 1.1 W315 50 9 UK&10 50 Selection" view tho employer or employes throuch ... .i::(j0218 :.-- 111 00.422 00 committee composed of your most trusted, Wrappers discrete and rei ublo representatives llase your demands on Justice. Present a 'united Proceedings of tlia I.ecisl.iture. front. Dctermino to sccuro tho adontioa of Kkankkoiit. May I. 5kxte. The Senate tho eirlit hour system, oven if concession to this moriiinjr adopted a resolution fixing next ntttun it must bo made. Act lv men. as law abiding citizens should Pis- - ' Monday week. .May 17, as the duteor tlnul smo the countenance all resort to violence remem- - i die adjournment, andMr. J.House unanimously It Head made ser-cn- il berinir that you can not atford to offend that concurred therein efforts to postpone consideration of tho public sympathy which is essontial to your resolution, bin was upsnccessiui motion success. Remember, also, that if you tabled. to act upon these suirretions you will rofuo to reconsider as vote by Mr Hnjs moved have to teeonsiderthe which the bib yourselves to blamo if tho present colden a steam boiler inspector forJetferson opportunity passes unimproved. County was adopted. Ills motion prevailed, Jltl.ITIA CALKED OUT AT MILWAUKKIi and the bill was recommitted to the CommitThe revenue bill Milwaukee, May r.. Since the bank tee on (leneritl Statutes. until adjournment. mid considered whs riots twenty years ago Milwaukee has never The taken adopted down to the tenth secbill wa experienced such exciting scenes as yester- tion ot the Article. Tho Semite adday. The whole city was In a stato of journed nt I o'clock. Ilarvej Meyers called up his bill to HorsE. commotion all day and insurance agents retax sleeping ear companies. The licenso port unparalleled business. Bands of such companies us wish lo do business of drunken rioters wero at work till late at this State miis fixed at fl.OUO cr annum. in A night and hundicds of men to liilluHS passed reiiuinnjr persons who Moat loir- - down the Kentucky ruer to brand thcin. lay down their work. Willi the exception unanimously of Miller's brewery, all the brewers have The following resnlut ions weredo hereby exResolved, that we ndoptedgiven in and granted the demands of tho po ss our earnest approval ot tin spirit and purpose ot Mr. Gladstone's pioposcd Irish strikers and will start up again At seven o'clock in tho morning a motif home rule moicures, our admiration of tho unil love of crowd, mostly Poles, and numbering about it. and our Mncer.- - Justice which conceited hope that It may meet five hundred, left tho Polish quarters and with the approval of the British Parliament. marched towards Bay View, where thef Iti soied. ltirther. That wee mgrattilute Hon. first closed up the Malable iron works. Charles S. Panieii aud his associates upon winch has already the measure Three patrol wagons with fifty men were crowned their ot success Iximli of the Irish efforts on dispatched to the scene. They collided with people, and wo pledge to hint mid them our the armed mob, but a serious affray was earne-- t and wannest sympathy in their heroprevented eventually. The crowd was now ic striiujrlo lor constitutional liberty." Tbo at the city limits and the police could not resolutions were at once .1 reported to the Sen- It VV nit ami on motion ..t nunnifollow further. The mob had nowincieasfd lll(lsl udoplxl l licit I'(mI) 'I he lull to geological nuivey w.is reported. to iI.OUO and as it tolled on tot tan Is tho continue the speeches fuior of the lull North Chicago rolling mills depsty sheriffs Very strong by llullittIn and Wortliinclon. woio inado were in waiting. They quiety stepped Thcic was inuoh dtsord r during tile debate. back, however, when they saw the threatAmotion to lay on the table was defeated, licloro votinif on tho bill tho house adening attitude ot tho multitude. journed. Siiierintendent Parks had a Icng consulKit Mnj 5 Sbnatk. bill tor tation with a committee of the rioters. They beuclltNKrtiuT, Kentucky Institution for the of the tho demanded for the employes of t!te mills the llliud was made a dpeclal order for A bill to )uict laud titles in I'nstcrn eight-hou- r system. Tins introduction of the Ke.itiicky wa liud on tho table. The Senate Mr. Parks positively refused to comply went whole, Mr. Horry with, adding that all his men had expressed in tho into committee of the an address from chair, and listened to W Itutclilfe in behalf of the Ken-tucsatisfaction with tho wages paid'aud tho 'rancis tiiunufn-tu- r njr establishment for the present arrangements. He further denied blind. The revenue bill was considered until the committee iieriuiKSion to eater the adjournment I onstderable opposition to the grounds and speak to Ins men. His reply bill Is developing in the Senate. A motion to caused wild threats. Amidst the Jreru nnd table the bill this moriiinir received einbt wiles. howls of the mob he wan finally to permit tho committee to talk to the men to !!! si. The unfinished order was the bill continue the Geological Survey. The main while they wero inside of tho works; question was nnier d. All amendments wero voted down except that offered by Mr.Owens. personGovernor Rusk, who is in tho city It reduces to 1.(A ally advising the authorities, yielded to tho annum, andthe appropriation The bill then was adopted. demand of the sheriff and sent tio compassed with eirse, 55 votes belnir cast iu its panies of the State militia down to Bay favor. Mr Owen' amendment to the rules, an uuaore men frantic limiting- all future View. Their arrival made tho to ten minutes duration, was The with rage. Insults wero offered freely by education bill as then reportedadoptedsieriiil as a them. order. Mr. (lweiis sjxike earnest I v in favor After several hours tho eommttee re- ot his amendment, allowing Euippluineutury aid of titxatiou by counties turned and reported that the d meters of The House adjourned in withoutthe Mate fund. disposing of the mills had positively refused to grant the the bill. demands and had concluded to shut down Ku v k KURT. Mmj 0. Senvtk. The House immediately. This was received with bill taking from crndunt. s of normal schools cheers. Soon after tho "i.ono emplores left the rirht to teach in common schools Withthe premises and the militia filed in imme- out certificate was called up and referred to oimnilHr diately, a shower of bricks rocks and clubs the wus taken on lUlucatiou. The Ite enuc bill up. Mr. Clay offered an Hying after them, injuring many seriously. amendment ihut the ratco! taxation on the $ln-be 55 cents mt( nd of 4" cents, and all Tho venom of the strikers seemed to be directed mainly toward the Kojczuiska utter section 2 be struck toil.billThis was sun plj to reject the Revenue and raise the Without Guards, consisting of Polanders. rate of taxation. Amendment icjicted. The fired ono command they turned around and report of the Slnkinir l'und Commissioners on the condition of the com icts at (Jricn-woo- d volley. Three men were shot, but not fatally. The militia took up a position Inside of was a and Ketisce was tiled this morninjr. It very Ictipthy document. the grounds. Hoi sK. A resolution was adopted bein-ninentiro At six o'clock last evening the the regular session of the House at fl:.'S) a. in . and clostnp nt 2 p. in. The First regiment, comprising eleven combill was then taken up. amendments panies from outside of the city had reported wete uttered and rejected The bill as hero and it is expected that nine more com by the Committee on education was panies will arrive during the evening. then passed The principal features of the Soldiers are stationed at the St. lMul bill are those providirjr (or taxation l disrailroad shops Allis it Co.'s works and the tricts instead of counties, to be It vied bv Any widow, iinMcr and freight houses vv bile reinforcements have vote. the district who - a tax-pit- ) alien rcsld-- i v in cr and ha been sent out to Bay View. Rioting Is gochildren of the school ace slmll bo iiin!i!!cd ing on on the West Side of the city and the to vole The above is the Iiinutiire of the bill, althoutrli it is o be presumed that spinstpolice are doing yeoman service. er"-do not have children of theschotd aire. H. I. Allis has announced his intention of Mr. Strauss cHllid up his motion to reconin spite of the sider the vote bv whit li hc Hiph License hill opening his works mob and will be protected, bj the order of was deleated. and a motion to table that motion was defeated by u vote of 4'"t3. The the Governor, by two companies of militia motion was R discussed until adjournment. TO WOIIK AT ST. LOUIS. JIETI'lININO Khankhiht, Mily 7. Snv vte Mr. Hays called up a bill iclatlve to the Sinking 1'utid Sr. Louis May5. About200mensought of Louisville. Hitherto the comm'sloners employment from the Missouri Pacifc yeswere allowed to deposit surplus only in terday and about forty were employed, "he State banks Tbo present the permits It to be bill g p need in National banks ulso. The ( omuut-t- t Wabash employes in North ht. Louis e on Claim reported favorubl) on a bill for forty or fifty jardmen, did not go to K II. of work, but say that most of them will be at tho benefit of It wu- - Taylor, wardens80 the to srlve him penitentiary. ho work Sir. Hoxie is still confined to paid as houe rent white Harry South had his house on account of Illness. In East St possession of the hotio holonifwj; to tho nnd Louis the strikers were surprised, and not Slate,was built for the warden's use The lost lor want of a constitutional altogether pleased, when the official order bill niHlorfti. Tho Senate bv aoI of Wioft, was received. A number of officials of the dffiiifd iht till takinsr Imtn vraciiHtcs of railroads centered there declare they will nornirt schools iho tit-li- t to tench without a t keep all their new employes if they desire common schoolonertiflcate The Senii'o made rapid proprest, the revenue morn to remain. Two companies of militia from tup. A ki at manv sectinis bill thladopted were Galcsburg and Mollno left for homo in the unchanged, but when it came to tavmc farming tools Mr. Hush moved to exempt afternoon. extent of 4'0. An amendment Reports from different points west and them to the that it be $250 was ndopted I tiy Mr Hill southwest are to the effect that but a small of profess, onal people to the extent percentage of the men succeeded in obtainof i 250 were also excepted. Nothing more of Importance was done tiefore adjournment. yesterday, but it has ing Hot sc The! Penato bill rcKiilatinp suborbeen arranged that a larger number will be dinate oiriies in the Miperlor Court and the put to work. Court of Appeals was passed. The commitMartin Irons by whom the Gould Southtee on the Judiciary reported n bill to apwestern striko was ordered, when asked point a commission to nnostnnito the books, what effect he anticipated the method of papers and at counts oi fie state of Aud tor the Ticiisuror. ending the trouble would have upon the of Public Accounts and be composid ot three The commission was to Knights, said: "We were fighting for recogpersons to la- - appointed by the t'overnor nition and we got it from Congress, which The examination is toIm be completed in six six or represents all citizens of the United States. mouths, and teport to ipjr pub isfied incirculamoro newspapers luu the Is not that complete recognition? Our tion in the Mute Mr Hauisci, largest the Republican order will grow after this, even more rapidly member from l.tinrei, offered an amendment past few weeks when that the commission be four in number, than it has during the applications for charters have been so two Rcpubl cans and two Democrats. byMr. Ramsey amendment was adopted n numerous that we could scarcely find time vote of 71 to 13. The bill, as thus amended, was passed. Mr. Straus called up hl moto consider them." reconsider the vote bv which the New Yoiik. May fl. The great struggle tion to IiikIi license bit: was defeated. A vote Dixon in this city for shot tor hours inaugurated was taken ami the motion was dcfentctl by Monday continues and thus far has been .rjlto;?i Mr. Owens nroso and retUestetl to released from servinsr on Hie committee No fought only with strikes and lock-outthe report of the Sinking Cut'd about towh-eviolence has occurred. There are Commissioners was referred. He was releas3,000 men out principally piano-makeed, and In !i s stead was appointed Mr. Nes-hlmarble-cutter- s furniture-workemachinThe House passed the bill for the beneOne thousand two fit of A f. Moryitn. of Kajette County, a ists and member of the wound hundred'sllk-weavers are out at Union Hill, ed while tm dun State militia, who wa $515. Tho . The bill (rave him N. J., for increase of wages and shorter Committee mi Appropriations reported fnvor-aM-j on the Senate bill Klx'linrCurlSchenck, of hours. Nine waiters, charged with conNcwitort. ft'J7 for service rendered tho spiracy and coercion in boycotting Thciss' fieolOKicAl Survey. The bill was defeated, Garden, on Fourteenth street where they and the House then adjourned. were formerly employed, wero arrested and .Miscellaneous Items. lodged in police headquarters. Twelve hundred men belonging to tho The iKst-oftlr- e nt Thornburg, Webster Yaniisliers' Union, employed in tho build- County, hns boen itholisbcd. ing and furniture trades, struck jesterday. Weeiien Howes', one of the best known They demand a uniform scale of three dol- citizens of Powell County, was probably lars per day for nine hours' work. One fatally injured bv bjitiR thrown front his shops employing hundred and sixty-liv- e 3,000, of a total of 3,700 men belonging to horse nnd draggid several hundred yards. At Licktown. Tom Howard shot and the Furniture Makers' Union, have conceded the men's demand for eight hours a killed Kelsey Helyers, without nny provoday at their present rate of pay. cation. Hkiivkd Piivtt. of Mount Washington, One hundred and twenty-liv- e men employed in the machine and boiler shops of has been appointed nn Internnl Iterenue McWilliams & Brown, Jersey City, were re- Storekeeper for tho Fifth Kentucky Disfused their demand yesterday for shorter trict. Also James K. Powell, of Washinghours. A general strike is probable m all ton County, nnd J. P. Wilkinson, of the machine shops of the city. nnd Rangers for the Everything Is quiot in the Williamsburg same di.trict. J. II. InRoIs, of nerry, and Greenpoint sugar house district A Matthews, of Rutland, and George number of men with red ribbons move up James Berlin, have bsen appointed and down the streets making vain efforts to H. Huston, offor the Sixth Kentucky Disstorekeepers punish the men who returned to work. At the offices of the Third avenue rail- trict. was Mk- - Kink vip, n rich lumberman, road the strike Is now regarded as practiwaylaid near Mt. Ktorlinff, and riddled cally over, so far as Its effect on the operations of the road are concerned. The first xvith buckshot nnd robbed ot $.VJ, by parties. car was started at 4:30 jesterday morning and sixty-tw- o cars were run up to noon. A John LeioiitoX was hnnjjed nt Paint-villnumber of new drivers were taken on. The for the murder of Daniel Leighton, company's officials say cars will bo run all bis cousin. night Riciunn SvNFortn, a somnambulist, at Speaking of the notice of the Knights that the strike on the Missouri Pacific was at an Mt. Sterling, fell (while walking in his end, Mr. Gould said: "This notice is ail sleep) through an elevator shaft in that well enough as far at the striking place, sustaining probably fatal inemployes and the Knights aro con- juries. cerned. From their standpoint the strike Wm- - Svxdiaoe, on trinl for murder at was not ended till yesterday. As was said Harrodsburg, was convicted, and a verdict some weeks ago, as far as the Missouri years in the penitentiary renrailroad was concerned there has been of seven no strike for three weeks. The striko ended dered. on the lay that Mr. Powderly and his assoElmah Hise, an aged gentleman, ciates hint word to me that thoy desired to dropped dcatl xbile walking in the yard at have the differences submitted to arbitrabis home in Saltwell, three miles west of y. COLORING PIPES. A Cigar rloctoVhatt.Mrs RJ?PTe,l-e- r Wi.elLi-1Aitr up ..bI com-telle- d - to-da- wi-do- m iitr-uad- ed !t spc-dnso- the Dealer of Experience Give Some cave up .? Dr Perce's 'Favorite PTesSfV1? Hints to Smokers. n n.d "San to got better right "Pipes arc more commonly smoked fhr a1 ? ber My not '""I? "go, that el1 ia twenty among all classes of people, rich and Sl,ft,b?d,Vt felt work and says years. own TrS that life n poor, than ever before," said a choworfh llrine- Bt last ,WhV saW f,eel mitl had keen raised from tho i.n'j cigar dealer. "Smoking is a .,aln-Jst-'- " Thui do thousands attest question of fashion, and now the pre- !l5arTe,0US efilcacy of this The qation has probabfj been anted thousand z of tim, "How can Brown's Iron Bitten caro ? tor, vailing style runs to pipes. I think tho ulceration, femalo weakness, prolapsus, ! " WeU. it doesn't. Bat it doe cure anr die Ieucorrhoea, morning sickness, for which a reputable physician woald prescribe IROS people show their good sense in this, weakness of stomach, tendency to Pnyiicians recognize iron as the best retorati as there is unquestionably less adulternervus prostration, general agent known to the prnfeerion. and inquiry of an leadms chemical nrm wiU substantiate the assertion debihty and kindred affections. ation in loose tobacco than in cigars that there are more preparations of iron than of toy other snbatanre osed in medicine. Tow shows and cigarettes. There is more money that iron is acknowledged to be the moat important factor in snecessf nl medical practice It ia, in these last for me, however, and I of VuH? do ono's"VYhen usurp the functions the tonguel y howeer. a remarkable fsct, that prior to the thoy are chattering. of BROWN'.- -I KO.VIIITTEKi no perfectdon't know that I ought to say any A. I. Ledger. ly saUsf actory iron combination had eTer been found. thing about the matter." lF,Tn experience a bad taste in tho BROWN'S IRON BinEBSfeMK. "What kind of pipes are smoked?" headache, or produce constipation all other Iron Ever kind under tho sun, from tho niouth,salIowness or yellow color of skin, feel stupid nnd drowsy, nnpetito unsteudy, medicine do. 11ROVV.VSIKO.N BITTERS superbly carved meerschaum to the or- frequent headache or dizziness, you aro curc Indigestion, HIIIounrse.XVcnUnrM, Dynpepela. .Miliaria, Chill and Kevera, "bilious," and nothing will arouse your dinary corn cob or common clay. We Tired FccllnK.Cencrnl Debility, Pain In the to are selling a good many briers. They liverlikeaction and strengthen up your sysbide, Tiurkor I.Imb,IIendacheandNe oral-st- ia Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Disfor all them ailment Iron ia preecneed daily. make a good smoke, and, while they tem covery." By druggists. are usually a trifle strong and unpleasBROWN'S IRON BinERS.nTcSr.1n: minute. Like all other thoroorh medicines, it acta ant at first, that soon wears oil". There "Wiur bell are you rinping!" he asked slowly. Vhen taken by m the brat symptom of are a good many different varieties of the colored sexton. "Dis is desecon benefit is renewed energy. The muscles then become firmer, the direction lmprnrea, the boweli are active. of meerschaum, and do you know that ring of de fus ball." In iromen the effect is nsaally more rapid and marked. The eye lxin at once to brighten ; the skin clear a very erroneous impression prevails np; healthy color com to the cheeks: nerroatnea Delicate diseases of either sox, as to where comes " meerschaum duappears; functional derangements become regn. speedily nnd permanentlar. and if a nnrang mother, abnndact sustenance from? It is found principally in South however Induced,of is supplied for the child. Remember Brown Iron ly cured. Book 10 cents in Bitters in the ONLY iron medicine that is not America and Russia, and is tjuarried in stamps. Address, particulars Dispensnrv World's injunoQS, Trynnaas and JtrvgyUtt recommend it. the regular way. It teeeived its name Medical Association, C63 Main Street, BufThe Genuine has Trade Mark and croeeed red lineal falo, X. Y. from tirst beinjr found near the sea. It on wrapper. TAKK Ml OTHER. is a kind of clay, and in its natural ENOVGEDm tho hop business Tho dancstate resembles lumps of hardened soap ing master, Jiottou Traveller. nips. It is naturally soft and easily carved. It also absorbs the oil of tobacco, and so can be nicely colored. nDCAEiYr?i i. "No, it is not a dillicult operation' to UnLttm UHLITli properly color a pipe if the smoker is careful. A person must not smoke too rapitllv. or refill nnd smoke again 3rXJE33SPS' BOIVS, DJX. XX. dteS'raTarrh tt meSpecialists for Eleven Years Past, the pipe is cold. Caro should al- dy that fiasincrraaed Havetrca'ed Dropsy and tu complications with thw ways, bo taken not to smoke in a cold n vegetable, & i tn.wt twonderful success. aU tjmptoms remedies, entire harmless Kemore of dropsy la wind. As I said before, the brier is the to rapidly in & m Fhayfever clslit to twenty days most popular. Then there is a pipe El't Cream Balm lure patient pronouncea nopeitM ey the best of pb rsicians. which wo in the trade call violet wood. orthathatgivmiuch ram the first dose tne FTmntoms rtnldlr dlsaesear. and in ten days at least of all symptoms aro It is grown in Australia. The princi- unirtrtal removed bomemarery humbug without knowing anything ple troublu with that material is its lia- about It- Remember, It doe nut cost you anything to X. bilitv. to crack after a little use. Tho realize the inertia of our treatment for yooreelf. In ten days the difficulty of breathing Is relieved, the 115 Fulton best brier woods come from France, alpulse regular, the urinary organs made to discharge thelrfulldutv, sleep Is restored, the swelling all or though some grow wild in Italy. There SL,Xev, York City. HAY-FEVE- R appetite mart. are a thousand and one different varie- A particle. Is npplled Into each nostril and (s ajrreeable nearly gone, .oe strenzt h Increased, andof long stand We froodcase aro constantly curing case that have been tappet, a number of times, ties of wooden pipes, besides the French toute. price Mct. by mull oratdniKK's-fercritoi and the patient declared unable to live a week. Glvs V Circular. ELY JKOTnEnS,OruBSit-0eBu.' Ar. i'. Star. lay add full history of case. .Name sej, how long afflicted. badly swollen and where, are costive, Morphine Ilntilt Currtl In lO how bursted and dripped water. bowelsfor free bave legs Send ! , UIIIBB tn'.'lliliiyi. .10 pay till curt-ttlet, containing testimonials, questions, etc. In jogging through life you often Ir.,I.Ntrilieu,Lebiinon,Uhlc Ten days' treatment furnished free by mall. Iflla) positively cured. shake hands with a college graduate of If you order trial, rend cents In stamp to ray A MONTH. Acents Wanted. DO best brilliant talents in whose pockets silver tfVfirn I se Uncart, leslnttif world. sample FlitU poeUe. II. II.(10110 lo ,te 80.NM. M. 1... GKGE. hi 5 Wa.UU Addreaa J.Vi BKOXbON. Detroit. Alien. Aicnuti Ja.tl.uita, Oau icldoin jingles.while Cincinnati, it is said, has a newsboy worth twenty thousand dtillnrs. It don't make imioli tlifl'erenoo in this country who a man is or what lie makes: it is what he salts down that ounts. Lige Brown. Hoinjos! i thought the Sno looks woll now." rr?pr dto A QUESTION ABOUT Jie-lr- d well-know- - Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. God-give- n ttt-thin- caucer-Swi5fas- e'. "th dlaoor-er- CATAWRH bc-foi- e - teis J DROPSY H. two-thir- J Mlisfac-tion.-- C. CrU-ttnto- n, - corn-cob- s. pam-p- UriUIn tlllry X I BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. THE LIVER " YarifcM frfll-- m m recent date lifteen different books have been written by fifteen different Smiths. The Smiths are destined to shine iu literature. -- Detroit Free Press. -- Within Ik Ml sad arts HW a nitre U In It, sttlo. Hy Irrrs-tUrllblood. Its rssttltai, - !!le -- ! sk ;- -, Mllss- sllsw r( T 1st blewd. t.ra'J tsBpkil. sad cailt( a. er cf Jinsdlre, alio-sld, lr k- J UK. b ILL'S .tksr dhlrenla. .Jpto-- . t Tke sre tk gr'sl Um4- Ike re- - i pit of th ttt .(.? "lad la the .ttitB, IhmI broati). 4 tatta lathe Baal?-- , loplritt- - reaiM! pnwti-aUoTar la - Biari ptatat thaa DtppU, aaJ tteaa la formcf dl?4 e41Ua mt W trafw- -l t aa atWI4 r pal all HILL'S hT cfetaalar fart f f Up the blaif loaaa ap the dJc.U?e erg aa, a4 ralUf to bUla4 at one. , he stikara apfwtlt. flt. DYSPEPSIA tbbld. Hok. Billv. Flist, of tho Domiuion Parliament, Canada, found St. Jacobs Oil to act like n charm. Life-Senat- i physique. Thk oarsmen now cultivate a J'itUburyh Chronicle. row-bu- st p A Lr.xrniANT head of hnir nddsto beauty and comeliness. Uso Ilall's Hair Renewer. Romember! Ayer's Ague Cure is warranted to cure fever and ague. It never fails. n inn rtrr i t have teen for a number of year-- i Dr. JonsBcLX. T hare no hfiltatlon In "ylnj? your wiUAi'Ai(Ilx.A ue ine txas and seerelv afflicted Uh a mermrlal headache BL'XX a that I Thre bottles or t,.w ruhln In memore relief than all theothera medicine and many otherxor ice euro10ot glandular manuiaciurei icroiaia. Syphilis cutaneous and SAKSiriRilxa gave affection, having used it with entire success In cum- T. li. OWENS. Louisville, Ky combined. Da. JoHtBCTJ.. I have examined the rrescrlptlon JAMES MOORE. Louisville. Ky. for the preparation of DR. JOHt Bcti'a to Dr. Jottv Belt. I procured one iltlu,n,tand believe the comblnaUon an bo an excellent - RiR4tPiitl.!.iMptnviiiatMn. bottle of BULL'S riroduee alterative tmnn. s,ii imAnirth.nira. prrsslon on the system. Ihave neJ it bothln public die and variouv prescrlpUons that he has tried for nd privat practice, and think It the best article of weak lunga and chet. this one bottle ha been of more benetlt to him than all. Ithaaeured me of Dyyvpsla Sanaparllla In use. 31 JUXL 3. J1CUZ.C 1'll.r.js, ,i. u. , Ijuumillir, iJ VUL ....BBHawMMS Horse tave, a.y, Kea. rnjs. at uou. jianno uuii. a 1 HK I rfntl SAR-iara- u Are Ike grf at tar-a- rk at Bald The thermometer gains notoriety by grees, so to speak. de- Pike's TooTiiACnEDuops cure In 1 minute, 25o Glenn' Svlyihur Soap jeals and beautifies. 25c German Corn ItEMOVEitkiils Corns i.Bunioni. A little boy who wanted a kite wanted " it made of "the best kind of fly-pap- eloa THE LIFE. tks;,trau lr tka Mdaja d evt art prwrly talaaallrrla ralalard aad wlmi Ik tlJ, sU raaIar bradark. aftltMt, pal I tka aatatl f bark aad dlearJarcJ sUaatk Wl, fla.kes f fcaat. vklll. wltk arts aa a dlartlle ca aad the k.ria. MIL'S MKStl'Kll.L4 Ike bleed aa writ, Maikldsrya sad beerla, aad dlrtvtlj enraa of tbe body I. rtaaais Utlr asters! ls! ike fiattloat, aad ktallh la at esc restored. Btn.t8 SARtrsBn.La Dk Bcli Itlsmr onlnlon that Toarrre- for rheumatism and kidney trouble, and tny son baa paraUon of SARSAPARILLA is decidedly superior to It ha any otner now in use. aaui wm ice arrest pleasure id taken It for asthma and c"enral debility JOHVDCLL.-Ihavensed Dn-Jo- KIDNEYS tacrttorr rs;aa ef tk body, Ike kMaj das-- Ik a4 ilt utattrr take. froa eontalalac BLOOD IS SCROFULA la a prrnllar nrbld readltle. f lb aratas raatrd dtraelly by uaperlUt I. Ua bleeder by lb lark f saffleleat aaariabaicat taralab. rd t Ik ajlea ikreexb th bWad. aaeallr sFrrtlar lb slaads, eftee resaltlar la lava, alarvr4 jalat. Ibitmej, .re eyes, b!tby era. Is t aad Is ft. far r eerk. tle tb for Serefala a EryalpetaaTrass ski. SaaIt raaaa, la It reatr Ue tn nlttskra para blaed. HILL'S SIKStriKlLLt, by parirjla tb L!sd sadtaalae.ptbaayaUal farrra Ue latparlUr feast tb ol4 aa4 elaaatea tae ayauas taraof. tae recaiar casaaeia. Elrcnuaboth great relief. Youratrnlv, 11103. H. BLSTLEtt, RossvlUe, 111. to-da-y . Save your wngons, your horses and your patience by using Frazer Axlo Urease. . mi He is always receiving checks. A n VNK official's llfo is a hard one at best BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. TKEPOPULAR REMEDIES OFTHE DAY. s reccmmenainrTiEior tne cure 01 scroiuis sua au cf the blood and kldners. B B. ALLX, M. D.. Bradford. Ky. PRINCIPAL OFFICE: 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Prico, SI; Six Bottles for SB. For Sale by all Drugglsts- Wim-berin- if a cough disturbs your sleep, take Piso's Cure for Consumption and rest well. A woman's glory is her hair. Now, different with hath. Peek's Sun. BLOOD PUHE. Issy cure t do net mean a time aad then Lave tbem return asaln. 1 mean aradl eal cira. I have mads the Oease or FITS. EI'II.PSY I warrant my er FALLISOBICKMtSSalifeloijgrtady. remedy to cure the worst carea Because others have csd at failed is no reason for net now rrcelvtnr; a cure once tcr a treatise and a Kreo Kettle ot my lnfalllbla remedy. Give Express and Pest OCce. It costs yen kcthlac for a trial, and I will cure you. ItfJrtlJ Dr. U. O. KOUT. IU Pearl El. Kew fork. When it i3 to-da- y. I CURE FITSr m ST-Ti- THE MARKETS. LI vr: Cincinnati. nf-' May ?. HOGS Common Good Packers bllKKl Good to FLOCK Family OKAIN-Wh- cat .1 Choice Hutcheis 10 a 4 4 I 75 5 00 1 40 S3 ".5 choice.... No. 2 red .. -- 375 87 00 et 4 4 1 4 Rye -- No. 2 HAY Timothy No. TOHACCO-Cotnm- Corn No. -- . mixed Oats No "J mixed 1 No rod .... .. on Good Mediums. ...10 60 PROVISIONS Pork -- Mess ..10 00 hups. ..KW) so 37 l& Ill isft fii it, it 75 05 FREE FARMS in ' Paflca VMisAP' rricrTgES$ jej Er .Za i a ril nl I r S S ni X-- sastelST-- wNv.wy fS S5 37-- 32 6S ... 8tt U12 60 St b 80 I&12 75 cr,10 25 The most Wtnderful AgrtruUural Park In America. Surronnded by pmsneroiiiimlnlncand msnufacturins owns. FARMER'S PARADlSr.l Mifniacent crops raised tn 1SSS. THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF GOVERNMENT LAND.vubJecttopreemptlonA: homestead. Lands for sale to actual settlers at 3X1 per Acre. LonKTIme. Partlrrteatedbrlnimenaf canaK (.heap railroad rate. Kvery attentfonshownettIers. Formapa. pamphletf. etc.. address Color ih Lasn & off-co- s Lard Prime steam Dairy. .. ... ... Ohio Creamery .. i Prime APPLE' POTATOES per bushel. . ... ni'TTF.It-Choi- oo 1.1 10 K. 20 oo l 50 50 46 lid 57,i Lo.vCoOpraIloi;fenioct.I"enver.Co: . Rov.3SM. twDIONALIOOa THE WORLD REN'OWNEDMVATOrl FOR INVALIDS AND THE AGED. AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE GROWTH AND PROTECTION OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOT? NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL, ". GRefVrEr 'T'tanssF r&P' Bl t t a NEW VORK. FLOCK GRAIN Stato and Western. . i.t 2i (tt 3 Wheat No. 2 Chicapo "9a KiV& No 2 red "5 Q, Corn No 2 mixed 37'i Outs mixed -css 01 44 POHK-.M- 10 25 LARD Western stenm CHICAGO. felO ,.0 & li R ADWAY'O and Stomach Romedy Tho GREAT LIVER WW L 20 all disorders of the Stomach. Liver, Loss Bowels. Kidneys. Bladder. Nervonalilseates. RIIIous-net-ofs, Forthe cure of FLOCK GRAIN N o. 2 Corn State nnd Western ..$4 Wheat No. 3 Sprinp.. Chicauo Sprilip No. 2 . 50 s. 1m- rs tt LARD bteam BALTIMORE. FLOITR Family GRAIN Wheat No. 2 Ke PORK Mess Oats No. 2 ...Sra tb 70 f 824j 5 83 1 34tfi ."4i 2t itft an - 75at & S4 7i tJ7 7rt Appetite. Headacbe.Costlvenen. indigestion. Fever. Inflammation of the Bowels. I'llra. and lscera. Purely all derangements of the Internal vegetable, contalnlngno mercury, minerals or box. Sold by Price. Je.a cents $ r, metal-worker- s. 60 (ft 5 00 S.)'4 Kt'sto 4BVj& 47 Corn-Mi- xed 37 39 -- . Oats Mixed 10 00 Cill Oil Mess PROVISIONS Pork "1 ..... CI Lard Refined 5 50 t 5 fti'i quality.- CATTLE-Fi- rst 5 00 5 62'i HOGS it arc cure complaint. They restore strength to t he stomach and enable It to perform its function. The symptoms of Dyspepsia disappear, and with tbera the liability of the system to contract dieases. Take the medicine acrordlng to directions, and obeerTC what we say In !.. .n.4 T. ranrrf In? diet. rT Send a letter itamp to II K. RADWATdi DYSPEPSIA !for this a Till. lLlBWAT'S PILLS ,o, as .. KAjWAva. rr ..... THE ;. STOMACH AND:f. vr . AGENT IN ALL DISEASES OF . Sold by v shipping depot & lnuMiiiiici.(nur 14.n IWIIlla. & " INTESTINES, v. DRUGGISB.S& v . astuw. ."5.xaxav yri Hrir CO., Warren Street, Aew York, for X James Beccher, M. I), of SIgourncy. Is--, says: have been usln: a cough balsam called Dn.Wl. HaU-'balsaMtor the Lnxos, srnd In almost every caso throughout my practice I bavehaden-tlxetncce1 have used and prescribed bnndredi of bottles sinca the days of my army pi actica 11363). when I was surgeon or Hospital No.T,LoulsTilI, Ky. Cores cold. cough and conanmptlon. h "''';-.'!.T?,i'r- One or the Ileecher Family. INDIANAPOLIS. J Wheat No. 2 red .. Cc rn mixed mixed Oats LOUISVILLE. 2 a DR. RADWAY'S Ct 851 34'i 304 GRAIN Wheat No Corn mixed Oats-mi- xed Flour PORK-mLARD-stea- A No. 1 red . 54 00 a t ii 4 50 86 Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Bnlldsnpthebrelien-downcoestltutlon- ess m... . . - SHi-- . 7 75 32 10 50 8 00 37'4 . bloed. resiorlog bealtb and Ylror. sea a uuuie, old by druggists, purine the THE NEW DEPARTURE DRUM8 i arri iiibaic wuu yaicub uvuuic 7-- RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. For t be relief and core of all rales. Congestions and InSammatloni. DR. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street, N. Y. vr-ftt-ei Two Reasons why everybody need and should take a ood iprinf medicine, viz.: 1st, The body I now more inceptlbU to benefit from medicine than ;t any other ieaon. Id. The Impurities which have ftccumuUtedtnthe blood should be expelled, and the lyitem siren tone and strength, before the proitrattDj; effect of warm tveather are felt. Hood's Sarsajnrllla Is the best sprlntr medicine. It purines the blood. It sharpen the appetite It tone the digestion. It overcome debility. It builds op the whole system. Try It thi sprint:. "When In the spring I felt all ran down and debilitated. I found Hood's Sartaparilla Just the medicine to hiilld me up. My wife also, after much physical prostration, found la its use new life andlssttnt benefit. Upon our little girt, 'who had been sick with scarlet fever. It effect w marvelous, entirely removing the poison from her blood and restoring her to good health." E. O. Stbattok, Swampscott, Mm. Sold by all druggists. II; six for K. rrepared by C I. HOOD & CO- - Apothecaries, Lowell, Mai. 4 t A 6c in ever home, we will mall, on receipt In stamp, (to pay postage), a beautiful panel picture, printed In twelve colors. Size, 18x28 inohet. vuuk vu m... 10ia:cc anee reau utus substantial ana nanasome. e;tn!B: j obum a I Used in the best Band and Orchestral. Uneanaled for (tone, surpas all other in Bnlth and appearance, u C I nearest Mnslc dealer does f. J not keep them, write to ue llln.trater ratajoe-nHi. HKAUV, LVOM M J c No Rope ceioratea Beautiful Panel Picture. In order to advertise Mellln's Food A DOLIBER. GGOOALE U CO, 42 St 43 Cetial Wharf, Boston, Mais. Cosmblned. H. can not be slipped by any horse. Sam- ice ree. on receipt of SI. Sold by all Saddlery. Hardware and Harness Dealer. Special discount to the Trde. rJTSena for I'rlce-LIst-.' ".irivand BRIDLE to Cut Oft Horses' Manes - naur a u.. of 6o. 4J, J Piao'a Ttamedy for Catarrh Is the Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. e, 4, KaTTieaM mention this paier. Also rood for Cold in the Head, Headache, Hay FTr. Ac SO cents. DOLLARS eaeaforyewandrer-on tnal Warranteanveyeara. Sentsave SIS direct end I sfa ifdrelred. Baygiven as premintna. . Ornu I rile to FKEE circular wiia IV for 3KOKOS 8tatereiel.U from ereryilonroe -BtCMcago. 1AY.NE CO, U W. k Hood's Sarsaparilla lOO MUSTANG Survival of the Fittest. a ruoiT M3LU0XS m Pa-cif- ic Doses One Dollar imicm tbit hab bulebI DCBISG TEAKS! 35 DTKITS BEARS ELIXIR wwww ed; aSatafVlAs BvJsW aTV wHPSsI '."?: .. J?: llta.fc.i..rt. , h.a.-arts.aai. rain, u satolaM. k waj nm S-- ,', pslea-wfii- M smlta jsrf. - -- f" tion." e out-freig- ht hand-to-han- d olli-cia- In- - ls I? e g "if ?&. near Fulton, mother, vvho was washing at n tub, and struck her on the head with a hoe. She continued to strike the falling woman un. then hacked til she was dead, and disagreement her head is supto pieces. Family posed to be the cause. The girl escaped. Covington of tho A test made at "vely coldness of natural and artifi .d F,Iii that the latter is almost twice Protective Association to close at seven as cold, 'be former. p. m., three nights a week, all the yeai The sto- - masons of Newport, struck Tor percent, and round. The agreement takes effect an increase o: twenty-fiva d.iy. hours a-Ekik, Pa, May 5.The greater portlor JefTersonviHa .. ,1... ..fltaA rxt XTarvavLr TO.'!ltt f!ftm fwt It. at fauily injured Thomas Hotvarii Kelt Sljrer. od i ftte on Mradny. Th 1pm U nboiit $50, t hous-herto-da-y. But little chanm occurred yesterday In the building trades r t It is reported that eral of tho bosses have yielded and will set their men to work The president of the Builders' Association says the situation is unchanged and with no prospect of the builders yielding, while on the other hand leaders of the various trades organizations involved say that the builders are giving in and that In a few days all the locked out men will beat work on the terms and hours demanded by the strikers. Coiioes, N. Y., May 5. Every business with the exception of saloons has signed an agreement with the Clerks' 5. ehzht-houlock-ou- Washington, May n.,'r,-crill- o. s. Alu the furniture factories in are closed by the demands for the law. Louls-vill-e eight-hou- r to-da- jiss Wilkeiisox, a young woman living walked up behind her step- "We know a gentleman in this count trho. six months ago. was almost a hopeless cripple from an attack: of rheumatism. Be could scarcely bobblt across the room, used cratches, and said himself that be had little if any hope of ever recovering, ire saw him in our town last week, walking about a lively ai any other man. and in the finest health and spirits. Upon oar Inquiry a to what had worked such a won derful change tn his condition, he replied that S. 8. S. had cured him. After nstng a doiea. and ft half bottles, he has been transformed from a miserable cripple to a happy, healthy man. He Is none other than Mr K.B. Lambert." Byltania TelepKon. Treatise on Blood and Sktn Disease mafltd free. Tn Swrrr Sracmo Co., Drawer 3. Atlanta. Ga, sr 157 W. 23d Street, N. T. Relieved at Last! ULUICn9commls1ons-,BeerertireUer- - MiUCAI MDSTAIG ITIIMEIT. A BAXM MAN A3TD FOB EVERT TrTOCTD OFI BEAST I OPIUM solicited and free trial of eurr scot honMtlnTtlKator.THnclss Cohpast. Lafayette, lad. Rihidt FRENCH DECORATIVE ART Pesslaas and Increase; experience ucee. orno fee. 'Write for circulars and law. ClndnnatUOhle. AVW.MCCOKM1CKA60N, Habit. Qalestly and rsUMew- Iw cured et home. CorreapondeDce - TlwOldist & Best Liniment! XvB HC MADE IH AMEMCA. T ttileHii4 BlTiMLAEGERTHAJlVEB. tTSaVstl T iaaflTenee. If AVOID UWflljIW Xt " suffering from dUeaaw, BIT. Tift WHAT IT T BJ, Mad stamp for sealed FRIst ADVICE from the Polyp. thle School . ct jtadicuM. d e fo-ni- S nrK,oooc()atsamBirrsA'r!-x-iXLTPOLYPATHIO MED. CO.. MaHAaUreus. US. ' and terum to us with tee. and vmi will reeerta th beat book a bees known for more than Unity-fir-e M for Jeer SiVld the best of all Linimeati, H Tie, . V,a ai;a aM j tare eTer- - It core wlfcea All lftflt'JK!n aad asnacle. to Use very boas. Sold r-1 fne4nna Sew method of decorattntT Sitka. Satins. Jaes. riaoues. Lampshades, etc Caa not be detected rrpaj 6nd f or pre-ll- t tana raJntlnK, Kally .. HOFPM A "JI and fuU directions. 185 Mtassi gtrwwt . CleelaaaUI. estle. niwiriTITa Treated and earee without the knife. KSMS. leaska treatment sent free. AddreM PIITFK rXroXD.HJ)Aarora,KaaeCo.IiL uMUUll asoel TELECRAFHYJ farnished. TTrlte 1 here and earn par-- suaetaoBs JanefTllle, Wat. eTwfywnre. AJfJC.-- E. 108 eu aver rod ca X6vrnCctrtTIMlMl9f, WHEN WRITING TO ABVEKTI8EKB pleaae say you saw lis Attv.rUs4a.swH lAlAUs fa eft "SwSsiiBalj CMSHEEE I J aa'raesxcs- - ? . - ..tgggy . . jivnr-z- x CITY ITEMSNotice. - LOCAL NEWS :rT ""T-"- - - r- r ' VlTTM llllllli I j ir sissippi bottom, and in one in FOR OMMONWKALTIl'S ATTORNEY. Wlabinzton. Uev.A. DbVIXB. stance reported aotually drove ll.o 850,000. We are autlinrizel lo annonnrc CHAS. hands fiom the field. f a II.TII'IAS, of McCrxfiken coimtr, , a. Dr. P. Rcatty, Dentist, to lie oflie of samliil.ite for Has rc-- l many years experience, Strawberry and icecream , we rcspeclfidly wlicit the patrona" (Iniiiiuniiwenlth's Attorney fortlii- Muliciil Keing rcsiilrly onjanied and reaily for biiinf-Hickman to practice his supper, at Ebenczer ehurcli turnotl to Dinirict. Election in Aiigii'-t- , 1SM. of all. All colllcction". m.i.Ie for ileK)iior.. frwj 0f r,nlc. Apj.rove.l Office, No. 12. urday night, May l.", gi; en h'v the ",nlli. ihse.nnntcil or die paper runiii,' three We are aiit'mrize'l to announce JOI npr30tr Ladies Aid Society, for the bene- m Hotel. . rate of 8 pr tent- - fcr annum. k. HEXnttlCKS. of Uvins-tm- i chum, " of the church. The church is a a caniliilntc for the oHic of Comm"n Big bargains in all kinds of 2tn.es southeaM of Cayce wealth's Att truer, in tlii, tlie Fir.t Judi- gyatSS WnolAntirnss floods, nt Plant's, . situated on cial District of Kentucky. Election In atauou, lj'iierty road JJeniein-.grel- s IDIKBOT'OItSi Aiisust next. bt-- r church benefit. Chofco CORNED BEEF, at , H. T. TVLEK. GE(?: !;.Tl,.'RELKF.Ln. H. I5UCII X VX. n v? n.i ltzek. weareait'iorizetl o announce SAMUEL T. cents per pound, for salo by w. C. JOHNSON U M. ALEXANDER. L I. . USWbRWOOu. Jeff Davis did n A fire on Fort CitOsSLAN'l), as a cn;iUi!.iie for the oirice aprlO V. Kogers. Suntpter last week as the Repubor Common weallli'-- i Attorney in thiq, the s'.irieL-nfitlia-t tirt Judicial District of Kentucky. Yc return most hearty thanks lican blood Perhaps ohl.i..ff isl - he would do. to the ladies, for their liberal ap- considerately waiting give some, Vi A Bj F0U COUNTY JUDGE 1! 1 to ;ot;o.. ,, r ......u,,.iif.,i linn nf, iIs. the past .,r ,. .. ...,. !.. .vaBiaiii-ii- i .,, UH...W, she has icon in entertainment, . r ti. ....... . ...... Y.n.n. mi ii'. i .:.:D'!is . T. R. FER- the .. v,. .... .. miiiii'i Dress Goods, during the n:i!si. ' -i tii:iiii-i- . i sn tv Iu'l"e of flftnrn sninr in- - mnm- private .i. .1. -i . i J ARE STILL IN THE RING, week. We have had an immense :i .......- - v in iini'ii Lilt; in li'imnr. charities and good dcijds. Her WEllgaai.weJy onday, Au SL55' Fulton county. Eleation, tfado, but our stock is still com-- . rioters at home! gut I, 1SSC. KZ, earnest efforts in such good works besi selected, plete. We are showing goods not j Dr. II. M. Isbell, formerly of deserve the highest praise. ue are authorized to announce J. With the ueiow any the greatest variety of stock ii Hickman. Their i Hut otfire of prices; are competition; (Ve all preach low prices. lOunit in other nouses. Woodland Mills, Tetiu., died at his XAYLOR. a a candidate for the County Fulton county. Election jjnt drop in nd see for yourself, ai ul you .Till lie convinced that we are t n Alexander & Maxwell. home, in Oakton, Hickman counimpatient Missourian, in August next. Ky., on tho Gth instant. Ho ,nnious for immediate passage irivmjr von fafcts. in Summer ty, A big bonanza chil- to James Bayou, and not finding a We arc authorized to announce I). W. leaves i wife and three small Thos"c who have done ibenfstlvcs th6 injustice of buying before call 3oats, a Plant's. Being full "P on dren to mourn his loss, Jlcwas steamer or DICKINSON as n candidate lor Ju Ige of skiff in readiness to ing at ouu5tore would do well to bear these facts in mind. the Fulton County Court. Election in these 'goods for Men and Boys, sick ten days with tji phoid-pneu- carry him, threw a goods-boin Xo tcottble, but a pleasure, for us to sbov? and price you our goods. j August next. wo are offer! njr for ."." cents a Coat 'the river and attempted to make Ji .wortliTu cents: for DO cents a Coat inoniii. bargains in all departments Come and see. FOR COUNTY' ATTORNEY'. the trip in it. It only cat lied him Nortliefli ond Soiit1--flicworth Jlo; for $1 a Coat worth W are au'horizcl to announce .lu'lu" 13 or 20 feet i nto the river when m onfi-3. Call and see for yourselves, aro brothers, R. S. M UltltEt.L, as a candidate for the We guarantee to save you 50 per respect, but would it not bo well his craft sunk, leaving him tlonnoffice of County Attorney, at the ensuing dering for dear life in SO feet tent, on these goods. for the Northern "bloody-shirters- " August election. when they come- - togetherin mass water, and but for the timely help Ifyou Want a No. 1 Spring meeting to decry the civilization of Mr. John Lewis, who went to CIUCUIT COURT CLERK. Wagon at the lowest price, call in the South, to remember that him in a skill", the poor fellow would We arc auliorized to announce T. M. on D J. W. Rogers. not an anarchist riot ever occur- - have drowned. This happened at FKENCI1 as a caudidnte for re election to - l . . . . . . ITT t it. the ofliceof Circait Court Clerk of Fulton "P u"esday evening, If you are needing any Gro- -, rtMl 1U ""J" Clt? ' u, O0Ulu J county. Election in August, 18S0. On the 20th of this month, ceries, ft will pay you big, to stop jn,igc Silas .Murrell, of Ful-nn- a COUNTY COURT CLERK. post your.-c-lf at Alexander & from 1 to 10 o'clock, p. m., a straw- - jon COnniy, who will have served supper, with j,js county four vears next We are authorized to announce W. P Maxwell's. They are making vcrv berry and Au'ust lo TAYLOR, as a candidate for coffee, old ham. &c. given by the as County Judge, is now u cimdi- cxtraohlinary low prices. DKAI.KK theotfice of County Court CIer' of Fulton ' Indies Aid Society at Rnsh Creek , late for Countv Wo in the citv are to be found at the Xew Store of county. Election in August, lsiso. celebrate. CosgroveM.E. Church South, Cayce pre- - have known Silas Attorny. small since a Shoe for LariiqR and Misses, are einct, for the benefit of the church, boy and we know him to be a FOR SHERIFF. S. only nt riaut's. as they are Also, an artistic Japanese quilt, hearted, wholesoulcd fellow ind We are authorized to announce W. A. pxclusive agents. The best wear-- , veiv handsomely finished, will be competent to dischai-- e to SHUCK, as a candid at- - for t GO mg Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, sold to the highest hiihler. All of anv' ollice he wiIImnI.- the duties o.,.i the office of Sheriff of Fulton county. far ...... ,.... .. ;.. 41. Ic . . , .! l , ' '., we l.n n.ot uiMllllll liJIHU Cl. Jm na Election in August next. Oliue Cl'l MMIUIU gO UUU i..l.. ill l'llr tAUWII there is not a man in the State uic muni. IICIJ1 sold iii Hickman, is the testimony cause. CAllhFJL',. CO M P 0 U A7 h D ! --g ZST PR ESCH IPTIOXS had rather see promoted than he FOR JAILER. of all who have tried them. Wingo L'ttrehiise. A complete Xew Stock ot Staple and Fancy Dry (Jood- -, Notions. Ve are authorized to announce JAMES The defeat of the high license only bill in our State Legislature will II.liUCIlANA.Sis the Shoes, Clothing, Hat-.- , Are., in great ariety. ICverything t) be found 1'. TAYLOR ns a candidate for Jailer of tug, no. Fulton liottse in Hickman that has the greatiy strengthen tlic proinouion mg The new steam.Hickman,v be- - in a first-ilaDry (ioodb IIoue. Every article fresh and new. No election. county, at the ensuing AuuM. completed at the Tight to sell Ackerhiud & Wyler's movement in this State, the op- - 15ooiner.ni";. old .it vies. was readv for l.nn.i-i- i Perfect-fittin- g Custoni-inadCloth-inonents of prohibition have ar- - ing.enterda evoniii". In etht' We invite an inpection of our goods, conlulent wc can please ) on, V. We arc authorized to announce TIIOS. WALLACC, as a ctndid He for ' rued that a hih license system or ten days more it will be readv and guarantee the very lowest prices. tion to the office of Jailer of Fulton coun- ... ty. Election in Auztisi nexu Don't fail to observe the elc- - wns a better temperanco law ukiii lor regular service. May the prohibition,. anil thereby got many ItoomeraiiL' he always a success DEALERS IX s r.n i.f AI UVl 4lL l. ... Wearcaiilliorized to announce GEuHGEj III &ak ,r..1.,o..iii ' 'IJ.'Jlf llllll tJllU :.. conditional pro ...a to sup-Meiilulionisis ,,,,. ; to all interested, ami always reL CARPENTER, a a candidate for the' DRUGS, MEDICINES, BCO S, STATIONERY, and Schc6l Supplies - ,' s Suits. Uhey are calculated ,,,, ,,,, x-c -- ' , . I office of Jailer of Hilton county. Elec" r" " turn in safety to the nort of llick- - Call and see us; wcwill bo pleased i. '. ...:i ." Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTUKES. !'"" l",,' cense is deteated, many nave tak- - man. to liov our goods. tion in August next. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OIl, WINES and LIQUORS for Medicil use. . V..L-.- , . a r pi. nn the cry iliat itroiiiPittoii "We also carry a complete stock of Groceries, Queensware, Harness, ..i.i..vi..Muiu iv .iii.vn r.i.u. ..,. COUNTY ASSESSOR. FOR The announcement is made etc., at lowest prices. AGENTS FOH TUK Por the host line of Cents niter an is uie ouiy remeuj cu for a strawberry sapper at Central We are luithorizod to announce JOHN 2rSee the Sign across the street. "Footwear. to Plain's, for it isl J. TIllWKLL, a a candidate for the office 'Academy, (Miss Adeile Allen's KveilPiiicnt IuTcxa. conceded by sill that they have no ot Ahirsor. Election in Auo'08t next. evening. Great ha cauel in the school.) next competition in this line. Try the vicinity excitementTex., beenthe remarkable Kach table will Mondaycharge of a We are authorized to announce J. S. be in by of Pari, 1.. 1... ".! 17 . t xsoiiLTiaH ,?. ! DI c r i. ....... bevy oihii', me viou- P.ONDUKANl", as a candidate for the oft r i li. r of sweet school girls. If it liceof County Ases.or. Klec'ioa in ,fihaw& Phltlt Shoe, hvery Jiatr J.clplcrvs he could n3t turn in you wish to spend a delightful uext- his head; everybody siid he wis dyin of evening, be sure and tvarratlted. attend. All Consumption. A tri.tl Iwttleof Ur. King's We are authorized to announce w. B. T. are invited. Smith, Ellison & Go. have the New wai?en him Finding te ' CiOKE, as a candidate for the office of hatld80inest lillC of Men's Youth's, ef. he bought a laree bottle and a box of of Fulton county. F.lectiou in An The I)r. New Life JbAIm Hoys' and uiiiitircii's . 010111012:, III bad Kin',- two boxes Pill; bv the time he sociation, Southwest Ky. Med. Asgild nel. in session in Padttenh, taken of Pills and Iro Wc are authorized to announce J. O. A. the city, and at lowest prices. & of the Discovery, he wm well and had this week, elected to hold fieir for re elertioti to (Hit PKR, .n a cand-ditvan and see them. J ney can sax e pained in Uer-- thirty pounJi. Trial next meeting in Hickman, tl 0 sec r. Election hi the office of County you money in Clothing. ttottlcti of this (ireat for ond Tttesd.n in Noxcmberot this Augiirt next. C. A Hulo nnfvN. free at - R driiggfsts, ear. The ph.; IL BUCirANAN'S is the only We art authorized to announce Q M. T. 9 for the office of KVLMUN, ait a and citizens. ;ull give them a roy- - j house in Hickman that has the' Union City ha5? a plucky young Klectiou iu August County Ab.sevjr. light to sell Dryan & Drown's ce- lady. Miss Teiumc Shun), who til welcome. .the vcrv best makes of all kinds of Hardware next. lebrated make of Ladies' ami Miss- shot and it is hoped fatlly wonnaj We arc authorized to announce D. I'. which are'oflered at OICF PllL E, and that tlie very WesTflfe markcJW" Thorc wllI1)Crt 8trawlierr3. Represents a line of the very best Companies in tlie United States. es', Men's and Dos' Shoes the a candidate for County Attsessor. justifies. I'ATE, All goods guaranteed td be exactly as represented. ",,:iuouu supper at. Sjlvan ""'"'"S!'" iJOiH OliVtli "7' Ul rl and in the world. . best rs. Election iu August next. i .v aro USE,) (OFFICE A T CO UIl rsttaiiu hcttooi notice on tlie even- -' Fill! line Tudia Linens, from with her sister, Mrs. Pattou, whose ingof the 10th,gieii by the Long-- J , apro Mississippi. They fellow Literal; .Societ;. All husband is PU15LIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. are Jfi per yd, to ."50c per yd. A com- attended an in We are authorized to announce CIIAb. entertainment and in;ited to attend. Embroideries, plete line about 11 o'clock and sat candidate fot- the ed to tl 10 scene of murder and opposs the motion, and the war- - B. KINGMAN, Swiss Embroideries, .Inekonet up some time sowing. About 12 of f' of Public school SujK:rintendeni form of the un- - rants were returned befoie Judge Fiil-obore the vJSdgings, Inset tings. Oriental La- o'clock county. Election in Auiru-- t next.i THE WILXERSON MURDER. at the she heard a fortunate Mctim in the house. I. S. Murrell and trial fixed forr We arc authorized to announce l'rof. res, cheap Laces, Parasols, Fans, back door like somenoise cutting at- 10 a. in., at the court-houone "Mrs. Wilkerson lived but one! &c, at Plaut's. TAMES II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate lt The Latest Developments. ,10"8C ,n nickman, each of the putty in a window. She crept to after the cruel blows were tor re election 10 the oflice of County n ia Just received from New York, the door and when one of tho her, during which time she cased being reiiiured to give bond- School Superintendent. Election l for his PIenr- pu- -i next. i' the sum ol ot new tiats ami liou- - burglars came in icw she took The Murderess Escapes, but was unconscious. a large line ; v.t ,..,., i ilker- iiwIk.-iIki- i .ilnvnifirnllnt nflMoiw.il jrooti aim and lired, brincim; him Closely Trailed. deceased was & years of ancc , that tunc. James bo , ,, , hilling heavily against f Tlowers. Hi fact you will find down, he e and the second w, e of James L , D. G. PARK, Lee, not being able evorv shane and color known in tlie door, lie lay tiietc tor iiiteen Her Jji flier ;;inl ISrotlici .lkerso,i. Ihe .u,irderess.s2S! l(,0 w'n8 committed, and is the millinery market in my stock minutes before his confederates ATTOEKEY AY TjXW, ears ot age, and the daughter of ... ... ,,.' ;.,;, Under Arrest. carried him away.' The pistol used HICKjNJILjSr, KEISFT'ErCKlY. Call and examine for yourself. James Wilkerson by his first uvm s tche8 ,in,Vbcen received - - KY. MAY FIELD, was a large Colt revolver, and no Mrs. Jones. Tit-- I at 10 ; ue. . ... rtf i.rt ...... iox111 111c 111111- I 11111 muhr 111 jiiiiauik doubts but that tho wound Cxmnlnlii? Tiinl O'lIocU, ItcfiMC Juilge Ladies don't fail to see aicx-aiTd- 'one prove fatal. No trace of the Dockery, the murderess. .tnmCC m,-Mrs. timt. shn Iu Active Practice .Since 3Inrcli, 1S77. will .11 11 1 tell. & Maxwell's line of Import wounded man or his companion C"OrawineF, PIan- full upeciGratinni at" to everything needed fu'rnialicd, as J tire with her two children, it is pretty naSf5C,i through Memphis that' will practice in all the counties of the n The murder of .Mrs. Mollie Dress Goods. They can show has been found at this writing. wen ascertained, was carried to thov were iinmediatelv on her Firnt Judicial District, and in toe Appei cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited1 el u goods which . II M. . ii . by her Mrs. inc .rauroati1 ai rauucait , unction, tmijj y other houses do Would surely capture late Courts of Kentucky. - u Sadie Dickery, on Thursday ot oy ner orotner, wneie sue i)ougiitiiinr. nmi is niobablo she may be septlS-I- y t carry. 1 bat Can Itc rt week, was the most shocking1 tiekets for Memiihis. and made in - - pliver ctl here in time for trial ' m . w ?: as". a'1 keepmB im courage last Ask to see the Genuine French murder com nutted in this count qniry as to the best route to San tiling seemingly iiiiposiuie may be . div KU13i3AKL).M.JJ.. Tr. , Shoe at 3.o0, for Ladies. many ye ars. It appears that Vnnicisco, California. "nf Lnnciew c-r1Iniir-of for , . LATEST. . . On'y found at Alexander & Alax- - Kidney and Lirer Compiainf have heen there was no one present ai iiio nis proicwionni servires 10 me The c t zens of the neighbor. were received yes- - tillers Hickman and vicinity. nftpr orprrtliiiin tunc Ot the killing except the '.i.ol ln Plortri. Itittoriz plcor welt' hnod have mndn nn :itw! nftoro.l , ' el-- e hd been tried in vain. So, don't think murdeied woman and her blayer rCward of 6150 tor her capture lerday evening announcing the ggrOtlice al the residence of Dr. C. II. If you want to lit yourself lip there is no cure tor you, hut try Electric it is dillicult tons- - nd the proper authorities have. capture of Mrs. Dockery, and she- Hubbard f5 1 111 A1 "fn T-- Bi SH 2SK9; marl9 I I ii ii in a. ronl- ninn Tsiilnr.niiiiln Suit, nr Bitters. There is no medicine so sate, so and therefore will probably be brought here topure, and so perfect a Dlooil Purifier. certain tne reai laci. nititioned the (iovernor to offer dav. She was captured in New big bargain, go to Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Din-- b odd Pants, at a Mr. James Wilkerson, the father a re;vard of $300, and it is known Plaut's. tes and a'l DiHeaeesof the Kidneys. In- of Mrs. Dockery, and husband to that patties have gone in pursuit Orleans. All perons holding claims apainst the Drop in and sec the rush at valuable in hffections of Stomach and the murdered woman, lives 011 the 0f 10P. if si,c is caught, as most ctale of B. F. Thomapson, deceased, are Liver, and overcome all Urinary DifficulCAICl'KTS. respectfully notificl to prcent the came Alextnder & Maxwell's. They ties. Lir;e Bottle only 50 cts, at C. A. State line road about 4 iiiiIcb this HUol v she will be, startling devel-sid- e Call and see our lino of Carpets. at once, properlv prove-!- for pettlemcnl. of Fulton. He is a man of opments are expected, are doing the business because they Holcombe's. Jlickman, Kv", March, 19th. 1SS6. AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: is well known. good property, and The excitement in the neighbor-Abou- t The greatest variety in the city. A. A. FA It IS. make fie prices. 12 months ago he mariied i,00d of the murder is very high, Velvets, Body Brussels, Tapestry AUMISISTRATOII. The Clinton Democrat has A1TD FZEVE Brussels, All Wool, All H. BUCHANAN says that ho also fonnd a chicken currnsity. his second wife, by whom he has i.ui,i common talk so strongly e child an infant two or three plicated James Wilkerson, the Wool, Supers, Wool Filling, sen goods nt irom ten to 'p10 description of the young Mancli'e-tewill IMKENIX.of Hertford Conn ; LANfiASHIUM Enclanil: HARTFUi: FOR SALE. JUANCE CUMl'ANV OF SQKl'H AMERICA7&C., &c, Hartford, Conn.; twenty per cent, ciieaper man any fow; is as follows: Tird & Hen- - months old. It is now under- - father, and Lee Wilkpisnn. tlm' uocoa and rapier .Matting, Straw , ..v feet dry riuildin;; other bonse in this section of (irirks hrnii-rhto the Denibcr.it stood that his second mainage brother of the murderess, that tin Matting, Hemp, Uil Cloth, &c, &:.,' "200,000 Lumber. Cvpres 100,000 AXD THE Also, 'encing (1'l not l'oveu happy relation, to Wednesday evening great ap - 1"' U the untfichcre country. Wo think be will, as ho 0nic0 ast Friday, an intercstiii'- .. .. .. 1. VJ rcss Sliintrle. .nt .t vf 'always doesjnst he says froailc of nature fn the form of a.""1 froin hi u.it wuiscd juu 11 ml nrenension existed tnat a mob L"J' MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARk N. J: JIOXDTJHANT& DUEWUY Smith, Ellison & Co. will do1. He also says that he will ,,iiipL-having rnr Wn 01. ii innrl known. Many of the best Cltl- would take the matter in hand and mar!2 Office, at Moore & Landruiu'iJ Drug Store. give deal summarily with the accused. discon nt all advertised prices, and whirry. The body.fnnd hVutl of the' Z0118 f that ueighborhoo will do his second wife a good name, and This talk makes the father mid you can bet he chicken . were p perfectly formed. Itull.iio CSualN. .. say FRITZ SCpOEDER, 1. .rni. she was au excellent wo- - son accessories to the murder, the OAA r .... .. r t auo urHi. set 01 legs were in 1110 vii that Mr. Frank Sawrie, a Nashville sti- All Vftni . Ask to .... c r i r t . iii our.' inni ia nor ow c rr i ui meory 01n me prosecution ueing ""--"ii customary piaco lor tnoso writes that SohprhnnRe; S50 ' wnrfh ssio.-.- pendages. Just above these, on! Mrs. Dockery. The Fulton Boomc- - that the father offered $.100 to his commercial traveler,Lake conntv. I ASHIO A1JI.K on a recent trio in side of the back were the. ran- - Svcs the following account wife, (the murdered woman,) to NVest Tennessee, in an open carcither .Ajjfc.AAAjjfc.it .ha.v nediato circumstances leave, and she refusing to do so, riage he was wines' of thc extra j The firgt compelled to use tree B00sUKD?ii The Ladies are invited to ee crrew immodiatelv nnon tlm lmnk; of thc killing, which is about ac- - the daughter and son undertook branches to protect himself from' SHOP. North Y;"et corner of Moscow j. j. to net her out of the way believ- - the sting and Troy Avenues. Kat Hickman. KV . our elegant display of Dress Goods. ot the chicken while the second coming iu common report 'Mrs. ,, Wilkerson was doing the ing they would thereby get the Kipley ho of Buffalo truats. At. wai5a.llsI',cl,0M guaranteed. jiWe have all the new shades in set were on its sides, between the learned that between. . ;t . . .1 ti( .i nuMiiiigtaiiii it ittougui. money and a larger sltaro ot tneir . ...,lR..:,in S1111i nj,m. nvuv onn Apni. -fTans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. tipper and lower legs. The young muni.; leaning over the iswash-tu- b ,.., .., u , ... ', r was father's property. One can hear, ....,, a , ;ve sho;v you fowl was dead when found by Mr. with a sun Don't forget that iiiiiijii lt fi.ria bonnet 011, when herlnnv number of rumors and talk Mr. Sawrie l. said he saw people L. C. only latest style goods, sti'm as can- Hendricks' Sadie Dockery, bearing upon such implications, traveling along WIIERK CXX I BUY A SUSTAkI PRESENT AT r. the public road cit- not be found outside the larger ItiicklcM'i AruicA SaIo ATTORNEY Ar LAW came up behind her, (as everything, but the public mind is so excited with a leafy branch iu one hand HEAKi VAIiVE? ies. Thc 15est Salve Cuts, i goes. to . show,) and Struck ner on, that such talk may be greatly e.- - and a chunk ... r .; . of lire in the other. Collector, Real Estate Agent n..: . o orvs, tti in, the.. world for .. , a,r,rerated or untrue. O11 wed-ersouicer-j- oau Kueum, fever r. I Before deciding this rpicstion we invite ydd'to exariiind the la.-fu- l tne oacu ot tne ncnci witu a weed-Alexander & Maxwell. uruiseo, HICKMAN, KY. in and ant! varied stock. andC3l SJewind,l: 'oe, splitting her head open, nesday last, Jim Wilk . Oiilj nl? A Minnie ol Itosset. PST Will attend promptly to all hu?l "ilor DX SuTrtl!70 a1 t also appears, that after the wo-l,i- 8 son, Lee, were an csted and IHXll'tl I'oct ... .,1 f.;rr. in ;..,ii...i..t is cuaranteed to eive Derft Rjtisfaction. ",,Jin IC"' onuie uocKcry strttc i brouir it belore Esouii res jjonano FIXE SHOES. Everywhere tho laborili"' mail is! Kentuciyand Northwestern Tennessee or money refunded. Priceio head, ond Xment for examination. The told that he her several blows on totheinvestiga 5 IS onnressed and do- - .. SpeCialattention given 1. of our Ladies', For sale by C. A. llolcombe cents per boa. mashing her skull into a tho We ask . mass of. warrants were issued against them pendent, and, Substantially, tlat! lion of Lanl titles, uuuI mu purchase at new store, Ftiniia & DeBow's old stand, lias"" ar! fndlp Vq, Misses'. Men's and Boys' Custom-mad- e jelly, and strewing the ground! charging only a breach of the 8ale of Roal E3tat- i5an8 J?ook? and Fancy Stationery, Papetcries of all styles and finish. Ht Shoes, which for style, fit Somo thoughtless nersons with her brains. From tho ap. nwino. hnt of emtrsn the real ob- - those ., I ;;ho employtt 1IIIII 2111 . I1IN Pei : ,......:.... otvui.ii viiuiiiii:&. iiu is urgCU ill- and durability, cannot bo excelled. nave been guilty lately of pluck- - pcarancc of the ground where tho ject was to exatniiio as to their li.if s, Pencils, SALOON, ami ToysPort-folio-endless Lap Tablets, Albums, Gird' Gise3cVds, tte., 1 They are made specially for us by ing tlowers from graves and burial , difficulty occurred, it seems that being jiirfif'Ksonos to inu niunier. to some labor organization and. FETHE'S in variety. told that in this way all rights' Jas. Baum & Co., St. Louis, whose lots in tho city cemetery, and it a terrible struggle must have very largo are to be secured. Thehis A PLEASANT KESORT. The trial brought out a result is custom-mad- e work is tho best has been carried so far as to de- - en placo between the murderess! crowd, and it is said that such a that he has given to another the FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- made in St. Louis. Ecery pair is serve tho attention of.-thofficers, and her victim; for about ten feet, state of excitement prevailed fight to order him into Strikes,' Tobacco, of the best brands. to trrnufeil to yivc entire atifnction. It is a tumble offense, and if it. from where Mrs. Wilkerson stood &E.-T- . TYLF 'iinniiKt tho lipiHibors and citi- - back again to work, and generallv jarnand Patronage solicited. Cfiarpioi Try them once, and you will wear' can't be stopped otherwise the! when she received the fatal blo;v,'2ens that personal appeals had to tf noT 10 control his movements, often For sol only by '110 Other. law should be enforced. The com her finger ring was discovered1 bo made to lestraiu violence against his better judgment. & Co. Smith, Ellison etory is now so nicely kept that it embedded iu the soil, and the When the cases were called, the A.. A.. j5?Wi,?0ln nni L,1 S ecl Mowers. o is an ornament and pride to tho. prints of a woman's shoo Wilkcrson's filed an affidavit rep Brathtrcet reports that du- and Droppers: The CH M I of the community, ing it. PHYSICAN AfiD SURd'EON, resenting that" owing r the high nng tho past week mOro than a HO i the onlv STEEL MOWER eer HlCKJfAX, - - - EtEXTC' rjMtnrage ( and . thoughtless persons' should "Tho murderess gave the alarm 'state of excitement that they did hundred thousand workmen' obproduced. WilU-l- l Maclnncs" lower than 1 jniH..nM 41 -. .wllffc! i ri.iiimrKENTUCKY ab J of equal quality. . T '.n.nnA vlinot 00 permiiieu 10 desecrate ii'as soon as sno coniinitted the Hot believe they could seenro a tained eithor'nn increase of pay- HICKMAN, and ?J;50 for I lyc'll'0',:" the flowers plantod! crime .and her brother, who wat?' per head for horses '5 bis Professional Services to Wlt.L attend lo all basinet cni 11KLM IiKOS, , csre fair trial- before Esquires Douaho or a reduction of hours of labor. fltfi New DenoL'HtnlrrHrTti .'Kv'.' ,"'-the citizens of Uiolttii?id'and'vicinity. ,:l Office Furniture Fic"t6rjC- 'cows' and grown by loving hands ' tin tho held near by af work, rush- - ami "thretit. The State did- - not Don't this provo better times-aiar6- jnlG-'8- 0 noT3.78 lioth branches of tlio Gcnoi-t- l There fcill be a grand excursion pieii Assembly ha; e adopted a resolu, , trora llickaian to New Orleniif, Jul -tton to adjourn May jy. OF EXCURSION. OFFICERS The buffalo gnats are vcrv K. II. nanliroutjlii - W. llrown, J. C. bad in BOino portions of our MisCrah. lv Upshaw, F. T. Thompson, Geo. J i Mo-ufay- J- J . n. La-led- c .-- Thc "hsical null dmtoatit en tcrtainincnt at City Hall; csda;- mght tor the beneut ot t lie episcopal Church, was not so largely attended as it should haebeen, but was ciy creditable to the par ticipants, and the appronl of tho audience was attested by the encores that greeted each performance. Tho church and public are indebted to Mi.--. ivellehcr, Mises Daisy Cnstlemuu, Jessie Lee ("ar-ret-t, Mcna JJcstclbrink. Miss littl-larau.l Mr. Ed. l.aird, Geo. Eddie Ellison, Schudi Swayne, Dr. J. M. Ilublard the perforinors, for this enjoyable Tun Couiiinn re not Inning space to compli ment each, mdivilually, accoiding to merit, but each and all will applaud the special mention of the name of Mis. Dr. C. II. Hubbard. w,l ws he genera' manager and d, K. t. TTLEK, 1 U.BUCHAir;T'V5fc JXIJS. . L. ALEXANDER, Cosh. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGD. e irft au!inriz?il to announr ;C. L. RANPLE, of Fulton coiinty, - a C;.'nli-il He (of Circuit Juilge. Electijn All- "ii t iiest. all C S" wr m IC K li J&ic m mj) HICKMAN KY. a AHK ZOOUST , ! CAPITAL, a-- HE.ADQtJARTiSE POE, Tit TOTJ HAVE HEACHD I - IJttl-lar- d, fr t OW I THE OLD RELIABLE w ..ivM, - m , a ! . - i..i -- i- .... - -- - It Wiu 0 so.,' I !". PLAUT IIP, m -- -. i ! BY ALL, THAT Ooods, Jud-reo- f I x -- n the Prettiest .A-IST- co-enua- ls Tho West Styles, t J 3 j "'"''. ,.l THE ice-crea- m , LOWEST PRICES Mai THE OLD HELIA BMSUAIimAND 2e CHAS. A. HOLCOJtfH DYi-SPDW- bi"--fomu- l DIGS, r..-..l- .l.. ELLISON v. l&oeE Sjaadvtssa, e g. I ' T itn , -- .. ,... n -- e- r.-,..- ;.. , ';' WE WILL NOT BE, UNDERSOLD. j ; WHITE SEWING MACHINE r-- T. M. FUENC: U:i Au-gti- , ry iii lwt-tl- es ance Aeeat Marii aid T-1- As-ee?- or SS3XiX K. SXjE h t-- r ; w c- A.-eso- sii-ian- Life, Aeciient. 5. SEI74ES - J ice-cica- a-- s 11 4 re-turn- ttxasn&AJsn kut. to-day HOOFING A SPECIALTY. all-ov- er a.--. - , I - J. D. MILLAED & SON, ac-dea- .i00 ( .,... ? nni-L-nr- mmm B,ifii,,,,,v -- si. Architects Contracts w ! er ...: r ' Wil-kerso- step-daughte- r, 1 1 . - 1 Iie. I .,,' j ' J-M- 1 dt , , , .... INSURANCE, LIFE AIB 1 I .- 7 Fill MELE felitdke Ml , LANDRTJM &' DAVIS, r, ; im-on- v, TIME THIED TESTES. ! y, 7 T l.i .... ' .. I . . '"'""' ! - I i. 1 ? -- -- "- r ap-,"'"- u ;. 1 oj-u- k -- t; 1 ii 7" nn h:. Mmi Art" Mil , ma ,',. step-daughte- r, RANDLE; () -- .... n cS I I .! a-tr- ial " 1 MSS. JENNIE GARDKE5 1 e pja-rVester- 14-- tlA. .. - i ..rt..ji. .!.. .,.. cover-iutelligonc- DE. FJRIS. attWeWatlaw, -- Lin-Urs- . - v' -- 1 .' 'ii 1 3h i4 v '- t- - 3 V v r 4&r . ... -' m mtsesteiz f F OR IL IHJCEI AN AN has now 1 V CLEAR THE TRACK, -- T -- - lJS!, 1i 23 if MMLfi LOW PRICES first-clas. , f 1U J" s and .re ot liis Spring and Summer Stock all in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all 1 Ki nauiv, iiiu will uu offered lor sale at pricclftl.at will please all. Call and examine my Goods and get my prices, and you will see at once that I can and will sell Goods at from ten to twenty per cciu. cheaper 1han any otfier house in this section of country. Buy where you can get the Best Goods for the least moncjj that place is Buchanan's. Don't lorgct mat n. isuciiaiinn is the man that keeps tne prices down aim noius mem mere. Keturmng my sincere tnanks to the thousands oi my patrons ior tneir very noerai patronage bestowed on me in the past, aill jShich has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. HL BUCHANAN -- 1 lw i wi Ohiou Hems-Teachers Association. fThe Theory of Assassination J SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Fulton County Teachers' Asso-It is apparent that the stnkcs Thc restriction of immigration Pkoti:mi's, Ti:nn., 1 ciation convened at tho public & .May ."i, lbSG ) ,. and the general discontent qfjJJ- - is proposed as a remedy for An'... l..,;t.i;,wr Tlml'li.nn K",- '" OUIIUUl uuiiiiiiii "luiimui, archist assassinations in the Uni- Enrroit Couuieu: KENTUCKY STREET, DEMOCRATIC TICKET bor in this count r is rapidly Saturday. May Slh, 1SS0. The; i States. constantly on huud for klr May and flowers, and fishing President being absent, creasing the friends of free trade. ted naturally suggests itself for KEEPS sale It " C. Caldwell called meet uaruiooicu uup, n.iu nleiit The stiikes demons! plied jhat the future, but fails to meet tho1 For Appellate Judge, HOUSES, UUOGIES and HACKS. ' ,l,l',tJ iiieii sippi'siisiiiuv (ing to oruer at J l a. in., ami ap Having purchased the slab, boric the high protective tariff winch demands of the present. To to pointed and entire outfit of W. D. l'lammtr, CASWELL BENNETT, ha been in opeiatioii since the to the root of most of our troub Our farmers are needing rain. pro tern. YV. II. Cook Secretary we propose to continne-tb- e Sjibusiness, nd . There has been considerable F ....... ..... .. .. les is to reach the condition that ...... i. of Livingston County solicit patronage ... .t.,.,.,,,,1. !.., an... sickness in this icinity for tic There being no copy of the pro- , "ill lllito mil. mv ...n:,.;iiiii. ii-- , "v"J For Snjerior Court Judge, vorable to labor to make it satis-- ' OM(1 celllIlry 0r national life as .last three weeks, but health is in- sion was occupied by the discus- W. DIESTELBRINK lied. The chief and a country of proving some now. I3ST JAMES H.BOWDEN, with the people that aonly support throughforthe first world without Mr. 11. Killion, our dry goois 'sion of general topics, all the high tariff" refuge tan, savs that business is "ettng' lrof. II ('. Caldwell ursi uimm- or Todd County. has, has been the idea that it was openenc.ngi..e.same eueuis criu' sn s,,,,lJ addrens on tho ori- better. " - P", advantages in inan- - that like causes produce else Sabbath-schoo- l and results of was reoibeuelieial to the laborers Our KILUNO"THElNLYlEMEDY. where. It is a question for the , rrnmzod l.iRt Siiiidav with the fot teachers' institutes and associa- ufactoiies. The strikes disprove future the immediate future, it Tlie Pall Mall Gazette, lowing ofiicers: II. II. Stubble. t,0,18. followed by an interesting the assertion that the wage workspace a.. nut NOtrouble to name all articles, bat BO on the anarchist riots at ers gel any benefits from protec- is true us is wnat immeuiaiciy field, Superintendent;. I. W. .Jones,! lst:'sion of the same by Super- lo show goods. immediate prethe concerns an dome and see, at the corner of Troy Chicago and Milwaukee. Pays that tion. .Assistant Superintendent; Miss, "dendent . I. 11 Saunders. sentthe Nihilist and Anarchist and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrtj, Ky Europe, having adopted a syfdem The strikes have brought tho actually here and actually at work. Nora (iarrison, Secretary, and J.' Association then adjourned until 1 o'clock. with the fact of exporting paupers to the Uni- people face to face as- it. Her, Treasurer. The ted States, is primarily answera- that there ato now one million sertion prompt ami aggressivo Mr. MeMahan.of Hickman, was i he eveningsession opened with citizenship ORGANDIES ble for the troubles, and secondly people in the United States able against of American wherever it in our neighborhood last week in- - "ely and interesting discussion PRINTED LAWNS, PRINTED red ilag jgAHILT &R0CERY that America has shown fatal kind- - and willing to work who are with-ou- t is nosed thetho only way to pre- terviewing the fanners in regard f tho Advanced Reading Class, is n.v 1'SS 121 la Ringwoodaiul others, employment. The question Hess in receiving these paupers, a . to fruit trees. and is now reaping the results of is asked, why are such people vent it from being raised. It is Mr. J. A. Kirk, a merchant oil followed by the subject, Morning H. C. OLU STAND.) which was discussed A,ueri- - idle! And what will eioy them ! her folly in trying to make (DAVIS' rcmcSV. Tho Anarch. Crystal, was in our village . 411 kinds of mi mi iiriiiiiiiiiii shed 'l"1' lengthy by the entire (Iarrison & Sons' mihmw ...- - ..v Jk IUC UIIICUIIO V14 r r. i mi Oitlll Ul AMViUtUiiiiHOiu iii'iin i nil i. iii'i i.U is the mad Europe. The Gazette quotes, ap- are thousands of American manu- century civilization, of nineteenth fire vesterday Imt v:is ev' c'!,11i("1, and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ropos of its remarks, James Rus- factured articles shut out from mania reunites tho stage when his ttnguished before doing imich Ihe subject, Kxniniuation of; where it damage Teachers, was then discussed by sell Lowell's "The Sower." foreign consumers by reason of s bouse, at bot suallj kept in a against 'w'.C.'McDaniel, him iw iiiu ,. V....itV jss Annie Shearon, and which John Cunning Clilllilllllli It would be a great wrong to .....1:. ..:.... IVIl.- lllll- Klliu ntcn.111. wv.a om P"cca. ,wl rmiim:,i0,.1 .... V !,..,. o ...,:.... r ...!.: t and everything; he v..i, t open, and 7er.rl.0tly Will Calhoun and otheis. enciicii quue an inioresung, aim TEAS, the labor associations of the coun- .that .free trade would 'r.w. ;,...: AAC1 AA1'JS, : dealt with as the mad ham, hunting in . iiiuiv; ivniiiilake hills near wo tn,st- - lohtnble uiscu.ssiou iy ies, J.ineu Collar, Lace Collars.. Silk Mits, JJeat line of Ladies' and! the lllCieill dog is dealt with under similar were try to hold them responsible for to make nci:t:Btiiiiit: PICKLES ,,of- Caldwell and Superiutcnd- - Mi.scs' Hose, Con-et- , Ac. these articles, and thus conditions Whenever tho disor- Dr. Kogers' last week and eap the fiendish work of the anarch- eiim ov t nese in e men We have a fine ....-... of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom- - CRANBERRIES, J10H1NY, GRITS a. x... civ vminir u'lilroi: t .... . Clll oaillKieiS. der takes .!,"If,. " "'.. the Anarchist: turoil l. they brought homeivi it Though the attendance was com- - ina(lc Shous :uul S;ni)CrSt u in There is much truth in this. .;7 which ists of Chicago and Milwaukee, wlicIl we L,uaralltce t0 ffi.e atWaction. . ' "; isconeededby most men ot "" " "" ibiiib-i- . J ipT: i "".-...- . i .them. Thev think there may Lc patatneiy small, yet tiie interest (:.-n,s.- d r;,.f.. lints. Shirts. ...,.l WJ hccauRc this, fanatic element seiz. 1. It ... JCi OC iii.-i.iiiii l - n n nl,;,r. Ut, tvU .. . . .. manuestetl was erooil and showed f u e llltflll"(MlL t lOUfT It Oil Hie lilies- . nnitn until lior in t Itc lit Ik en upon tne day ot tl.e.r numanty would dc.nanu .,,a: A'ts V gitlioI1 tl7at ricc trade is to the i iter- ' KiiKUfs C'oHecs, Soaps, 3kc that the teachers of nmtMols ai(1 conchisivelv are being aroused up- " so das low a, any house Hour Demonstration to do their' ,at of tll0 f;U,ners, and the bulk Asl lml,7 ' his ,y wi this county tf5rWill not be undersold. Doors, inds, Paints and Oils; very low. ,"."' r....,,... ., on the snbiect of education. d..viliHh l.o.lv f A,iniii firmi.rR sslIl19 Iniman.ty Will piy full price for Butter, Eggs, 4a :.., t& :p .. .. mediate extinciioii. ..,..;...,J ;n i. i.ni.i i.n' ri-- 5 .1 A nvi i.... xav :m " t ' ii i'iit tiiiii gre .iv.biiiv. lIIW I.Iltf(lirillalUtt second Saturday in .lime, at Jtose- jItfV.iri.t. interestingsermouat Ilaup-ton'citizens of the llnite.l StntPR n'lcarsa iirotectivo tariff does not Senator Back as a Millionaire. a veryschool-housHICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ell Academy, half mile northeast and the manufacturers last Sunday, . protect, urgiiiuzo Allow coining ram K.omme.icc crying for new markets, rur ,.tW l!frM Hllis. of Fu..ell & iVs of Jordan Station. An interest.lames r.,rr,.8jmn,!, ir against them because these an- - and idle factory hands for been prepar s IIICKMAN, KY. 2sothinr could be inoro beauti- - null, had ns linger cut off by the ing piogrammc hasevery teacher, ed, and not, only n . arc foreigners. Jn the! incut, then the doom of tho high fnl In II IblllftlU tliA iiliMti) nf s:iv !l f.V ......,...... iMMJ V.ai.V. .1 .J ' The Prohibition Alliance of this " every Iriend ot education in tho United States break up after United States there are few fami-- i tjuifl astern is written, '1FS.C;.E3S Germany waliiglitanft country. an executive session. Its mem- - place will meet Friday night ami the comity, is earnestly requested ilics whose pedigrees do not run soxland if the tanfl rotected and ad- some interesting speeches are X;,tn "c present and participate in DEALER IN back to grandparents or great-- , xauced the laborer's wages, why hers assemble in tin shade of the pected. Our people are all right the exercises. W.ll. C. eastern portico and cast their " Italian and American Mabbi.b f,. ...... parents who were laborers! has CU many thousands of the no- - wearv eves about for a vehicle in Ion the tempeiaiicc question, and 7 Slate-Ji- t Iters, for wages ;aud there are few fain-- j hie Germari laborers left home, which to reach their homes. Many when the time comes to vote forj Presidential MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYB ilies which ean.be traced back ml " ! t0 Ub'heir condi take the herdic 'buses, and not a or against piohibition, this part of Won.,n Sl,a, i,iiM1M,ii, j.,lirilttii I .V-DEALER STONES. tlli'i here ftvwjiflW.t the bttle ne miit tnlk is be rnn.icih t tiie icountry, will vote largely iiu L..,. tiinn one .,. . . Kngland Is nppTTrTf- v,t that glide so gracefully out Fstreet r.! , i. ,i r,vriii.:ri.TrnnrurrttwtTiMv. . cr "iiiimi '., recciret! n fine lot of without running into HAVING Italian Marble, sm ir trade country, ami why, propor-r - to Georgetown. S(iim SiMintniK. ing there are some st nu.g antHc.mdi(liU(.s for ,,14., .mil ' . a r rti-i.-pared to nil all orders. Call and exa uermaiis, irisn, r.ngiisn, ocotcn, uouaieiy, n ucc inuie is uciri-- , i,ke i,r;,iis and Spooner , who live l're. I, tor one, leei tuai 11 wouui Vicc President on the Kenablicau ur work to labor, are there so tew Car by, walk comi.lacently home. disgrace our State if it failed to .: , . . 1SSS or French parentage. Therefore,! Q ,C.n.s .lhe l Clll Orders from the country promptly- &c. ' lii ;.. this country, vote ior proamnion. i.iiiinu llll.l.l tlO ......... 4. iltio lauuiiia v.iiiiiii iv lino names of Lumiu. Harrison. Shei raay'-- tt in there is little room counii i . .......... ,' .. lll'UiiU'l man, .Morton, and Avails mostly tor the skillet to call the kettle These aro questions worthy of occasion. Senator Hearst follows (Clinton Si reel, Cormaii & Co's OM Stand ) mentioned when Mr. Ulaine is not black, in these regards; and, there- tlioiight. the latter plan. lie had just enter- spoken of. There is no denying Tin: names of Anarchists in the the fact xox- .. . ... i fore, every element of our citiPK.iI.Ei: ix i:u itii 11111:11 ii;iiiiiiciiu liiim iiiil-ithat Mr. Ulaine stands he,, s,,u,tr i W very prominently in the foreground zenship that reveres law, no mat-to- r What the Anarchists Teach, i ,,o Family Groceries; and that his friende, if not him, . of what ancestry, or present It is almost impossible for UlftU o OKt. 17LOMIU tllo HU .,,,-,ow ...k. great majority of cases, ,. not of self, continue to . up the boom . t, AX l ALSO. " mi. ,r for him, and or previous social condition, people euucaieti 10 rovcro niw fai.,.:., Seiritor olwillil,i;.i so ,..;fi. io;ioii, ieuic or in,.... leimnnv, !. r . they demand a .mi,,, Line, Hook, and nll'kinif Nel, origin should view without prejudice tho and order to understand what tho alacrity. As they drove away Sen- - tsiavoniau ami .Magyarand Huns. It "is believed by of rishing Tackle and Supplier", at a bar Czechs, Croats, Poles r aucn said: cry 111:1113 who figure prominentdiabolical deeds of this dangerous' Anarchists, Socialists and jjniu. Groceries and Family Supplier fteo , But in j'usticc to these descend ' ''.ere eral'y. 'P,1"" Ul.1 louaires. ants of the Asiatic hordes ot .u- - ly iu nominating conventions, that people that is growing muuists, real I v do teach and be-- i .?. class of " nen did Mr. isecic become a ' ' a very lormidabie opposition 10 . .up this country, lor our part, Heve, because their teachings arc ni:iiinil.1:rft 1 I jtilla, it niiibt be remembered that- the reuomiliatiou of .Mr. Ulaine jiave eecurod, permnncntlr, one of tie finest workmen in the Stite, and will nrilc we see 110 other icmeily to such so rxtrenf, mid so subversive oft "Quite recently," was th reply 'thev have made no oluiit.iry ir- will take shape before the did of roofmj; ami tinning a pjicciaky. States. ruptiou into the Tinted Motto 1 ill not be undersold, ercn in larger cities. criminal disorder except in shot everything that we were educated "Indeed!" the impending campaigu, and LTTUS Thev were imported by pooled quite a ligiit inside the part. that CARLISLE will "Yes, a newspaper mentioned and shell so swift and certain that to look upon as the right thing. corporations, under the contract yim as such. Deck was better stalwart IJepiiblieaus it will carry terror and death into 1st. They demand theoverthrow pleased than about anything that labor system, to take the places arise. The demsnd that .Mr. Ulaine JWOOD and and continue to RUE woikingmen Iwiq itnnn ipa1 frv Iiitit citin lin iirbt of American the ranks of this crazy element. of all government and all law. shall not be renominated. They ' force JowiiAmcriain wages, say that the mugwumps and tne It is an open fact, ns tho English 2nd. They acknowledge no mas- came here. Ho rend his name " """ 1 over and over again with delight. ' other dissatisfied elements will paper quoted from above says, ter and no God. Immigration to this country is vote against him as they did in he .. hnv lnlie.vo th.it nil nrnn. Then ., .went home, and greeting; :lnl xox , that Kurope has been "exporting w. ... . . i t n,I ri All VIndi of Farm Machinery. Plows, : pari, aim ;i lll01:eiI10IiltIllla t" 1SS1, if he is again before the paupers into the United States, erty, of ecryspeciefi, IiiuiIb, .!... 'shmve(1 "i "is inuM. cut'criui this country. ImplementK, Wagon, &c. repaired oa ,abor er tie pIaue hig Immc ' and that America has exhibited tcls, moneys, &c, belong to all etipied in the list. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) nhort.notice and workmanlike manner. movement has, perhaps, a. deeper jSyNcw Wagons, &c made to order. kiiuhitt iu receiving them, alike and equally, and that when' ''Jnne,' said he. 'inv dear Jane, mcauiug than we have hitherto Tlial Time May mar5 - discerned. go on Iirinzfli'Iil Urtiiitilltnii Jf we are to and that we aro now beginning to :m iiuiiviiiii!il .iRsiimns to accntnii-- this report is not to be contradictro havo said that tho law in ed uuderany circumstances.' And maintaining the glaring contradic-- J t!mn his for .... realize the bitter folly of attempt- Itn .mnn Groceries huiidrcd' America gives full liberty of speech it never has been." tiou of importing several ing to make citizens out of such his own use, that he is a robber, thousauu laborers a year from Jmi - ami writing to even the worst 25cts Lower than the Lowea KCUIII." and ought to be divested of it. rope, and at the sniuetimo invent- doctrines: but the time may come TUST OPENED, with'new STOCK out and out. Fine, stvlisb R10S for hire. I Iiuto no clerk expn-tsno store ret , 111 Tennessee. society will! O TE11MS re:wonable. PatronnzefliHi'ited. new machines and processes to when in 1th. They believe that laws and Submission Our foreign immigration laws and pay cash for all ray Groceries, mrxdt The prohibition question will tlisplaco and do without laborers, i,e compelled to xcstrict that herefore can sell as cheap as the ckaap ought to be made more restrictive, governments in as much as they at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lob up and be settled by the we may some day or other iind e,ty. When in such a condition but with determined opposition to protect individuals in their indi- people of Tennessee in the order ourselves face to face with coin-- ' t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low 0f things as that which exists in JOHN WITTING. any proscriptivo spirit toward vidual accumulations, that there- of business. They will first de- - plications that will test the eanaei-- ' Chicago a paper preaches murder abolished. good intentioned foreigners The fore all laws should be cidc by vote of the people whether 'ty of our social structure to the':ld incendiarism, as the Socialist latter class should be invited and HOW TO SAVE IjONEY. they want it in politics at all, and utmost. organ there docs, it is asking a welcomed to our shores, no matwill consider it cither as; 'great deal of society to keep its The Old Flag- after that We are Wholesale Headquarters tor at ter whether they are laborers or Tho Chicago Herald very accu- t dead or living isMie, according. ijhaistiiki:t,s en ect on of sta- - bamsofl. It is a micstiou wlietn- MANUFACTURERSOF grades 01 capitalist, lint that class of for- rately expresses the feelings of to the returns. This desirable tistics of the eight-hou- r move-- j er the muncipal authorities could eigners who were criminals and the Southern people in the dem condition has been reached in a mcnt Kimws that the total number' not be instilled iu holding the pro- CHSWIKCSHOSiKnOBACCOudm paupers iu tho old country will be verv simple way. The In ct r.rwri o of workmen eiiffajicd iu ?A. all prietors and editors P....l. a pa IKOk. in and will job to dealers only at I "dory the laying of the !.... criminals and paupers here. J onstration at of the CouIcderntci"tLI"u l"a;"-- , " price; aW the w.ui. .,., v ...,.- - parts of the country is ;2.",0M- per responsible for any destruc- corner-stonII... past years, we Americans, iu read- monument at Montgomery, and nient or law, ab 11 111113 I. caneu The deinaud for shorter .hours lias 'tion or mnndsued whicli mav tol- iiu D'atalScoluiaiSwerior Stolen ing nf the terrible work of the an- the enthusiastio reception there according to tuste, notifying the been to 1 ."50,0(10 without low its wanton utterances. The the be.it in the market. We also archists iu the countries of Eu given to Jefferson Davis. The people that if they wanted the a strike, and to iKiMm after strik- - red flajr. in one way or another, on hand a choice Refection rope, have been disposed some- Herald question of submitting a prohilu- - fog. leaving 140.000 still on stiike must be cleared out of the Uepub-of Family Groceries, Confectioner ei and Bays: what to look upon such horrid , Fruits, which we will sell very low for - a . , .in...!- - riiiriKi'iiiH . ci MP wnirn : at tion amendment considered they lnr ,io.fpiited. The trades iu which n... Tlinrn is no nlaco for it under . . ' waviK la .r the cash. Please call and see us. deeds as tho desperation of peo-pl- feetionately remembered more for the rac- - ninst cleet an instructed jemsia- - tjip ,ovcnient lias been most sue-- , the stars and stripes borne down by tho oppres- rificesmade in hs bzhalf than br reison inic ioiiipijiug wiiu tins, uiu c,.ssfni are those connected with FCQ1JA A BeBOVi . sions of monarchists, but Hi of any present regret at its failureISSUCd a Governor has agricultural impleKriitiidO Oop Irnpicl. day under scores of American tion notifying the people who will wo are brought face to face with ment niiikers, furniture making tip9 in Fkankfokt, May C The May Saddlery aijd Harness the same dangers, iu our own years ogo Minigoniery, where iweBtjr-f- i' to elect a Legislature to determine and machinery building. . the flag of retolt wa flung report of Col. C. E. Bawman, Sta country where we know the laws the breeze, ii u ''ether or not tllO people Sll.ill tistical Agent 01 jveuiuciiy loriue are not oppressive, and where and elnrr of thetestimonial to tlia strength determine for or against a pro- Onion ..M. .. it i nn . It ought to be and it will bo as npnartment of Agriculture ateach is a sovereign king iu Outright expression of the local memories so fondly hiintory amendment, n inetii-omis m uch as any man's life is worth to crop prosPLUpER & FARRISS" of his owii citizenship, and yet cherished." seems somewhat circuitous in show himself on the streets of any Washington, shows the more than ,,ect in Kentucky to be this element promises to be ns feIn publishing the above, tho arriving at results, but when they Jaclisnn St., opposite Courier Ofei' rocious hero as it has been in Eu- Nashville American, the recog- itro reached they will be unmis- American city uuder the red fla.'orUinarilv bright. The acreage in E .A. X. E R I2NT 8 to 10 per cent. it down, and keep it down. Put - - - KY. JIICKVAN, wueat is only from rope. nized organ of Tennessee Democ- takable. t full acreage. This is short of a racy, says : WELL selected stock of Saddles nad' ' Thk militia at Milwaukee "fired more than compensated toroy us Ilnrness. New work made to ordeK is hanlly anna in the whole "There We extract from tho proceedCNiinpllnicHl to Hie Kaceft. ins low." That is the way and the 'present superu condition, Prompt attention given lo ings of the United States Senate: South who regrets he failure of the South- C'llcapo Junriul. or who does Bot rejoice for the ern cause, only way to fire. When it takes 'corps of correspondents concur in Mr. Logan ahl that crly in tho G RE A K Tho anarchists in this country bullets to enforce the law pot a placing its condition at 10 per cent, extinction of human slavery." lie had introduced a bill 10 provide a of any kind. He has secured, the rcrricea a motley conglomeration of bullet should bo wasted. average. Itye, barley, are hiuovo an for iavestigaling the condition of AND of that well known ni excellent Ibdiemiaiis, Poles and Hessian Where riiew P!irr? the colored people of die South. It wm PATENT meadows and spring pastures aro Uncle Dob Farrifw, which of itself k referred tn tie committee on education ttuilntti Coiirler.l Germans, with a spriukliug of low up to a tun average, bL H reported Tm: Wheeling (W. Va.) lntol-'na guarantee of good and faithful work. and JaW, but ha4 not unfavor-bureported. The Republican Congressional English. The absence from this ligeuccr rightly savs the potato So far the season has been apr24 AHoainal Support! He inquired of the chairman of the Committee have unt yet ordered ugly mob of Americans, Irishmen, is more to bo feared than Jeff able to the oat crop- -a long rainy MEDICINES an to it. intelligent Germans, J. C. PARTLOTT. J. F. GBAY. spell interposing to prevent early Divis I)oe Jobu A.. Logan, Senator a large quantity of the photo- Scotchmen, Scandinavians and colored peorepresowing. I?A.IISrT from Illinois and candidate Presi- graphs of Gen. Long8treet. llcpnb-lica- ple is iu itself a compliment to the senting the distinguished Spies and his gang of anarchdent of the United States, bear And get your Blacksmithing and general in his uni- races to which they belong, and So Tnrlfl on foreign Labor. A.2ST1") the noise of exploding dynamite form, as he old Coufederate day should be a guide to all patriotic ists arrested at Chicago are loud Itcpairing done at in their declarations that they be- St. l.oni npn''Il'd in Chicago, or is he too busy with by the side stood the other in their fnturo opera- lieve not iu law, and oppose all employers of Jeff Davis. Whilo there is a tariff boycott eft COS., that same old Southern negro ? tions. & laws. on tho products of foroign labor, TOILET ARTICLES ( Cbmr of Obion and Exchange Struts,) 4'natly MareMa. thero ifi none on foreigu labor it; HICKMAN, r.in..ii.i,i TiMtf. 17. Russia sends us tho disease in Mr. Jefferson Davis has again self. When home labor strikes &c.) &cj &e&c., &c., &c. WUlnglon Critic.) in the gone into retirement at Beauvoir. forl,ijher wages against the PennGood Work at Prices. Oar The man who is on strike three Sihilism, and the remedy For the privilege of seven towns months iu a year, even motto. sylvania pools, the pools can best article of hemp, but even the in China, for Americans, .we open- succeeds in securinga 2."though he American hemp, promptly appliJaTMaXL WORK a" fecial tr- .Thk idea is held in Washington send to Europe and import proper cent, ed our whole country to as many advance, has lo6t they are origW King nfglit bell- ?fter M) o'clock JOHN F. GEAY & Ca hour, day 55f Prescriptions filled money by tho ed, will cure the most desperate that Mr. Cleveland will veto the very pnnper Iaboi" ar2G-t- f millious as chose to come. river and harbor bill. tected from. case of anarchy. transaction. i THE HICKKAH CQUEIEK. Strikes and Free Trade. 1 i 1 v- - -j NEW GOODS! LATEST STYLES Fakis Parker, Vice-Pres- ' .u-,- c j o:n-weiiti- . 1.t A Wool ! DRESS GINGHAMS, 11CI1 Iiiii Qoods Family Groceries. i ' ' &p w ar w t i i STio " AND PLAIN PIQUA. JUDGE. " saw-mi- Asso-eaug- ht ll ' first-clas- .,- t. 1 , - - I MIXCB-JOZaa- t, 1 - I wirL-.n...l- it ...... iicii-boru -. po-ibi- e ... J .& . ' "., a 1 . 1111- -, . 1 1 v 1 1 aB"v" 1 ! '" .''.":."....;. .." i I - Z "',"., a m- r 1 -- "; Gmi-cnw- , T wt t: m - ? x w . I m - mt w' soisrs. s ? I- xt? . e Wnit'ii-igloi- i 'V 1 employ-nrchist- tli-ii- ., i - FAIMII'S --- m.a9. . j 0. B. KINGMAN, I I ontwo-L'piicmtinii- R full-bloode- d a. a .- ?" ttt -. one-hors- o .lt -- - - 1 i- - . 1 Jfl Q T Q Yi7 Q re, 5 l t . a. i ,,,, - 1 g ." ZtZT ..-.;.. I nm wmm. Tinware, 1 F. E. CASE, Svsyfeiiiag SF""', - -- KVB Com-jato- j 111 .'.. HOOFIFG, &c. , ..rL-pi- iiwi fjIimT SUITS ' ' f .., fi. -- WlM ww 0J i ( 1 L?7 . Stable. f-tti-i t 1 I :ii. noi-hb- or. -- -, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, I s self-defens- e ' lib-com- e w. G. KINGMAN. octOO-18- 83 - - t HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. ' 11 1 e " - '.?. I . 1 T I ti.. keep-constantl- 1 - 1. . . "- - '- - - ( o to-da- y - pl'OClama-rrcepiionl- o house-buildin- g, Hickman, Kentucky. - ..i... 1 , d J. W. COWG1LL, I 1 l n DRUGS, A I Trusses com-miMi- oa r I IK 1 ll jet-bee-n g coni-adit- ee tB13 vrork-ma- n, I u s - -aSTD 'SBfilHlr ylSHH- - SP - J. F. CEA7 Rock-botto- DHHoe9 . ' -- . il at-an- y - i--r ? ,-- 9- t- A' 1 a- - '5P -- "."; f ? sSf m - &mjisfimizmimw?L ) Si ' . 5fe, rr'-i- r & fl "T! 2$" .,v2i -