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Tlie Olclewt NcwsjHiporinHVesteni Kentucky. -I- nucE or rosCTurnoar. uj&o. ESTABLISHED GERONIMO. Hie Hostile 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY THE RED FLAG. THE COMMONWEALTH. I.oulirlMe I.raf Tobacco Market. Ilurfeu. Darl:mul lltttru. l --:& 3 15 $1 T.t2U.'. Trash U i'.Tft 3 ' 3 75ft 4 M Common lujrs. .... 5 IT.t !i 75 Medium lugs.. . . 3 7.a 4 SO 4 T.1S 3 6 'StA 7 0) Oood liips. ... 6 (Oa 7 25 Common leaf. .'ilOft 5 9) 8 7.V&10 00 0 73 6 Medium leaf.. 10 Utftl'J 0) Oood leaf. .. 7 ana 8 25 a owo M 13 5015 50 Selections Wrappers i2ioaissr ic coas: oo -- 3? 'j&- - INV1TATION8, 21. ISS(. STORM-KING. VOL. rCat."s: XXI.-;NO.m a - ETC., ETO. OJk.1uTj JUTt aJBEl Tim. A MIDNIGHT CALL. Kenton County, Scourged by a Wind storm. O., JLIXTH C0NGEESS. 5. rasniNOTOK. presented n Four Dead Bodies Found Narrow Fscape of as Express Train and l'assengers. Foist Watxe, Ivd., May U. A cyclone wept up tho Blancbnrd river at eleven doing great damage. o'clock Illancbard rirer runs through the eastern part of Hardin County, 0., and crosses the Pittsburgh, Fort "Wayne & Chicago road two miles west of Forest. Here it blew them One of down several trees. swept the tide of the fast express train east, breaking all the windows on one side of tee train, injuring twelve passengers. One of them had an eye put out ana one leg broken. Can not get names of injured at this hour. Tha water house of the road At this point was blown to pieces. The Hardin County cyclone struck the town of Dunkirk, blowing down and entirely destroying several buildings and unrooting many others. Up to this writing four people killed have been found, and doctors and citizens are out with lanterns hunting for Baore. The storm has passed, but it it very dark and raining hard. The names of the killed at Dunkirk, O., are William McElrea and two children and Mrs. Rufus Lease. Fifteen or twenty are known to have been seriously wounded. to-nig- A PACK OP IDIOTS Who Allowed a Suicide to Choke to Death Before Their Kyc . Chicago, May 14. Early this morning an expressman named Bias, fifty years old, adjusted a rope and banged himself fiom a rafter in the barn in the rear of his homo at No. 733 Milwaukee avenue. His wife found him. in this situation, and her creams brought a crowd of neighbors to the scene, but no one interfered or attempted to cut thaVope, owing to the frantic efforts made by the suicide, to release himself by throwing his legs and arms apart. Crowds from the street came in to view the appalling sight, but none ventured to attempt a rescue Finally, after a lapse of ten or fifteen minutes, a policeman appeared and cut tho maaD down. He was then cold in death. Snrprisril and Their Camp Captured. Tucson, Ahiz , May 16. A special from Huacliuca says: Captain Hatfieldwith a troop of cavalry, struck Geronimo a heavy blow yesterday morning, ten miles southeast of Snntn Cruz, but a few hours Inter received a heavy Mow in return. Friday afternoon tho hostile, about seventy strong, struck Milepias Itanch, rounding up thirty horses. Hatfield arrived half an hoHir later and followed the trail until dark. Yesterday morning be surprised and stnmjieded tho hostilegnpturing their entire camp outfit and horses. He started for Santa Crur-- In passing through Box Canyon a galling fire was; suddenly poured ujkhi his little commend.- Tho men dismounted and made a gnllaut fight for nn hour, losing two killed, three Many Indians fell, but the wounded. numlier is not known. Captain Hatfield reached Santa Cruz, where hj will be joined bv Lieutenant Cooks, with Dorst's troop. Major Ilinz, with a force, reached in tho pursuit this morning. Gen-crMiles, Captain Lebo and Lieutenant Davis are with tho troops. Governor Torres, of Sonora, mid Prefect Hivero, of the District, are her in consultation. Governor Torres, has just received a dispatch from the Prefect of Guymas, stating thnt General Martinez routed the Yaquis from their stronghold in Sierra Bacatche on the 13th. killing 1W nnd capturing 2(X). The Mexicans lost twenty killed .and fifty wounded. Cajemme es enped, but is being pursued by troops on laud and gunboats on tho river. This virtually ends the Yaquis war. large-MexicaHjuira-CruzJtSIJg!it an.l-joincal THE A Judge's Charge to the Grand First Sjs-dpn- Jury to Investigate the cago Riot. Chi- t. morial or tho Republican Centriutcoratnittce of "tho State or Ohio, May 11. Sen ate. -- Mr. Hoat lit The AnarrhUt .Must be II"ld Rrnponitlbl for What They Inrlte Other Men to Do. Cmrr.o, May 17. The grand to-dn- was called to investigate Mag-dale- na - A SUCCESSFUL. EXPERIMENT. Shad Traimportrd 3,000 Miles and Hatched on the Way. PoRTLiN-n- , to-dn- wara-taacczedt- States Fish Commissioners' car arrived here It started with 1,000,000 shad, of which about 300,000 died, half a million placed in the Columbia rirer at Wal- lula Junction and the remainder will ha placed in Willamette, at Albany, However, this was of trifling consideration as compared with another experiment which will le of interest to science. An attempt was made to hatch shad in tho car while en route, and was a complete success, on both the Oth and 7th inst. Six hundred thousand eggs were taken into the FEARFUL EXPLOSION. car at Havre do Grace and placed in four A pump kept constantly Fire Men Killed or Fatally Hurt bj tha MacDonnld jars. the water ana kept it fresh, at work moving Hunting of a Holler. nnd the result was that fully ninetv-tivZaxesville, O. May 14. At Sara"hsville, per cent, of the eggs were hatched. Fresh JJoble County, this afternoon, the boiler of water was obtained at every available cent. "lost of engine exploded, kill- point.dueOftothe fire per birth. All mosttho a portable of was premature ing Engineer Lafayette Tuttle, Ed. Hill, batched shad will be planted in the 'Willann and Louis Bates, a bystander. mette at Albanv. The experiment which The proprietor. James Herron, and an sofves tho problem of transended named Nathan Butler were fatally porting young shad 3,000 miles. injured and can not live. Engineer Tuttfe was only 17 years old. Bates and Hill were literally blown to pieces, their heads being A FLORIDA LYNCHING. picked up 200 feet from whero the boiler stood, e Two Itrothers Strung Up for Shooting an Oftlcer, Who Will Jtecorer. Here's Your Imported Labor. J 4CKSO.WILLE, Fla., May 10. Dan nnd St. Louis, May 14. Another strike has Lon Maun, who murdered Marshal Campbeen commenced in the Belcher Sugar Rebell and wounded Olllcer McCorraick at finery in this city. Some time ago a large Bartow on Saturday, were lynched lato number of Poles and Germans were imlast night. A crowd of "200 men surrounded ported to work in the refinery and they the jail, disarmed tho sheriff, took the keys have remained in their places without nnd took the prisoners to a tree near bv. joining in any demand for shorter hours or While stringing Dan Mnnn, Lon got loose more wages until the present eight hpur nnd ran. He was promptly "winped" nnd agitation, when they demanded an increase strung up to the same limb. The coroner of pay of fifteen cents per day. Their de- cut them down and n verdict was rendered mand has never been replied to, and yes- - of "death by violence at the handaof un leruay me enure numier liny or sixty i known parties." Very littlo sotvy was struck. In the afternoon several new.men lbiert'd4ytb0 uobZ.XcOrracU;!l ro? flUithelr-'PlacSsThis . they objected to, and collecting around the refinery, attacked and beat every new Fighting Anarchists. man they could lay their hands on. The Ft. Louis, Mav 1C The anarchists of policemen were summoned and dispersed tho crowd, who retreated muttering ven- North St. Louis held a meeting this after- geance. A detail of officers guard the works to collect a fund for the wounded Anarchists in C aicago and Milwaukee, and had an To Be Tried For Conspiracy. extremely lively meeting. One of the principle speakers was Carl Bergmann, a PiTTSBUiiGU, Pa., May 14. The grand Jury of Washington County has returned of Hennheifer, one of the Antrue bills against ninety-on- e of the strik- archists executed in Germany about a ing coal miners, who were charged with year ngo. He made a verv violent declaring that MtCormick conspiracy. Their trials will (fenine up at speech, was responsible for tho slaughter of the present term of court in that county. the brethren in Chicago. They were The miners' officials are determined to first attacked by the police, and he did not test the conspiracy laws in the most thor- bliMne them for firining field artillery to ough manner, and for that puriose have the Hnymarket meeting and using it when retained the best counsel available. Should nttneked. While Bergmann was speaking the decision pf the lower court be unfavorhe wns interrupted by the entrance of able, tho cases will nt once Iks carried to Joseph Reifgarlicr, editor of the Anarchist the Supreme Court.gTbo indictments found organ. Die Parole, who was exjelled from against the miners are the result of the the society last week for refusing to publish noting which occurred in tho fourth poo", resolutions adopted by the Anarchists several months ago. after the Chicago trouble. As soon as Bergmann saw Reifgarber he rushed at him and knocked him down, dislocating Wants to Hire a Ha'.l. four of his teeth. Tw o or three of New Yokk, May 14. Schultz, who sefriends rushed at Bergmann, and cured the release of Ilerr Most, says that several of the latter's friends at once took the Anarchists propose to give Mot a re- a hand in the melee. Reifgraber was pickdown stairs. No ception at Beethoven Hall, in ed up and thrown the confusion lasted one for else but Sixth street, where ''society" will be somewns hurt, Copies of Herr Most's book time. bandied without gloves. Tne proprietor of were distributed, and about $300 were colBeethoven Hall shook his head grimly lected for the suffering Anarchists. when informed of Schutz's plans, and said that ho would "fire" tho gang out if they Destructive Winds. dared to request the use of his hall. John Stimmcl. the proprietor of Germania Hall, O., May IS. A terrible torwhero Most made his rabid utterances nado swept over tho southern part of Hanwhich led to bis being indicted, said: "Never more again dose viellens gooms in cock and northern part of Hardin County, here." O., Friday night, carrying death nnd in its path. The storm was most disastrous in its effect near Forest, where The Date is Sst a Bostos, Mass., May 14. A Washington William MeElvee,whilewealty farmer, was a lady named killed, says that a private letter received instantlythe same house was fa tallvinlured. special in yesterday from William S. Bissell states Tho wife of Rufus Lease was also killed that the President's wedding, according to and a number of buildings were completely the present programme, will occur in Buf- demolished and a great number of persons loss in were severely injured. falo Juno 12. Tho latest advices from County is estimated atThe1.000.000. Hardin Three Europe are to the effect that Miss Folsom persons were killed during a storm Friday was suffering from a rolnpse of the Roman night ,in Hoiewell Township, Mercer fever, but that if she is able to travel there will be no delay in the date of the wedding. County. Kas., May lfi. Mendan, K" Topeka, On the other hand, if tho wedding should was d part struck by he postponed on account of Miss Folsom's of the town a tornado, Fridav, or swept illness, it will occur within a week after twenty persons wero away. or Eighteen less injured, more their return to America. to-nig- One, May 16. Tho United e saw-mi- ll r, er to-da- y the charges against the Anarchists met The court room was crowded with people. Com. ment was freely made on the appeurance of the jurors who risponded to the call of thair name's. The impression was that they wero a intelligent body of men Judge Ilodgen. made his charges, substantially a follow.-"V hear a good deal lately of what constitutes freedom of speech. There is no constitutional right for men to assemble nnd engage in wild harangues nnd incendiary speech. Then men must be hold for what they incite others to do. That is the spirit of the law. It is onlv your province to deal with crimes, with act that have been committed, nevertheless, the history of the last fen davs will make it necessary for me to advert to other matters than the actnnl commission of crime as ell as the commission of against the Ihw. The Bill of Rights of the Statu of Illinois incorporates the general principles of tho Constitution of tho L nited State. Men may assemble nnd discuss those matters, the constitutional right of freedom of speech, but they are helil responsible for what thev say. If men aro incited to riot, arson nnd other unlawful acts the men responsible for this may be held answerable for the results. Mere lookers on are not the ones only, but tho men who advised the commission of tne crime are the trniltv mirti.". n pll. Th incuh-ntepnnciples law of tno doctrine that men who tench riot, who incite unlawful gatherings to incendiary acts, are res)onihle for tho effects of these rantings. A red flag is a public menace. It is an emblem that no quarter will be given. The police have a right to suppress thee people to prevent th commission of crim Thev have tbo right to quell all such disturbances. Atid the oolire and chief magistrate of the citv did their duty when the time came, and acted like men. the noblost work of God." Before quoting the law on the subject Judge Rojers adverted to the recent labor troubles. He said: "They hare attracted tho notice of the country nt large, but I do not want to lay the trouble to nny one nationality. It is not nationalities, but individuals that are to blame. It is not the Irish, nor the Germans, nor the Bohemians. As a nationality, all these peoplo lore peace. Men have a right to strike. They have a right to quit work if thoy pleaso, but when they go ono step further and say that others have not the right to work they violate tho law and can bo punished. It is not only the principals that may be held responsible, but the as ell he or thev who stand idly by after having advised tlio violence committed may be held equally to blamo with tha principals " good-lookin- jury that . I m m to-da- y. Rcif-graber- 's Com-mbc- Hiz-gin- s, m m Herrlble Find id a Chicago Suburb. Chicaoo, May 14. The coroner received a dispatch this morning from the town of Cicero, near this city, which said that nine boxes containing the bodies of children and adult had been found about half a mile south of Oak Park. A close examination discloses the fact that tbey were taken from the dissecting room of one of the medical colleges in the vicinity. Ac near as could be ascertained there were portions of the bodies of twelve persons, including a woman and two infants. A Onr-K-S woman named Julia Muwr yaterdny windoy of the jumped from a third-storcounty-housSho got up from the ground and walked nlone into the house. Her body, in striking, made a depression in tee earth two inches deep. Her collar bono was broken, but there were no other injuries. y e. Hard to Believe. Bat, Wis., May IC An insare Cartridges far Dublin. London, May 14. Tho Government has just forwarded two million rounds of ball cartridges to Dublin. Tbe Week's Fallares. s Ukw York, May 14. The business occurring throughout tho country dnrinr the last seven days, as reported to number for tbe R. G. Dun & Co. United States 156, and for Canada 20, as 1 last week and 207 tha against a total of weeK previous. Aaericaa BiWe. Society. Kew Yokk, May 14. Tbe ann lal meeting of tbe American Bible Soci.y was held bere yesterday. Tne receipt's of tbe year were $528,910; expenses, iJJD.ttS. There bad been 1,437.440 Bibles, Testaments, etc, issued, of which 5S4.G0.J went to foreign lands. ath Frttx Hyiraahobla. York, May 14. Jacob Hentlin, the New Brooklyn builder, who was bitten by a mad dog, died of hydrophobia this morning. Bis last moments were apparently pain-leaAfter bidding his, wife and four , be placed bis band on children has tha shoulder of Felix Ballalero, who past bees with him constantly daring the two days. and. said:. "You have beea a Theag he to me. trae friend dead. amah back, fail-oreto-da- y, Alderman Jaehne Guilty. Nf.w Yokk, May 1ft. In the case of Alderman Jaehne. of this city, charged with taking a f'JO.000 bribe from the Broadway Surface railroad, tbe jury brought in a verdict of guiltj. Keely Motor Farce Aa!, FHiLADELrniA, May 15. The Keely Motor stockholders had another disappointment the trial oCthe motor which was to have taken place having to be again postponed, owing to Mr. Keely's inability to to-da- y, get things ready in time. q J The Sixth Victim. Chicago, May 16. Police Officer Thomas Redden will without doubt be tat sixth victim of the bomb explosion, Mayt on Haymarket Square. Blood poisoaiajr has developed, and his physicians says fe notlhe. ',- tt s. good-bve- Good-bye.- " jfmi ; ' B:- - Sk WoacaeTKR, Mas., May 14. Kliia and waaghtars of Mrs. . DmU, of Nerth BrM, war ate BMraiatg raa ever aaa kiUea at HiTtr. ay a aaaseager traia. sJ4a Pa-l- ag SK-Dema, t SMmMtilkyCara. Fakgo, Dak., May 16. About two aaJnths ago Jno. Dowdright, a farmer at hatter in Grand Forks County, went to ftaasvl-vaiii- a for a wife. An introductfoa was to a maiden lady nearly thirty marshad of age, who at once marrie4him and came to Dakota. FridaTiir went to Fargo, the wife ing that they were on their way tsVa&h ington Territory. Thev put apata&Wl leaving their buggy at the depot. WinJ the night the man took the bagjrarV,S every cent belonging to thera,jMaaV7v? wife's inma Sri(mnl lnftVi T Vao trains alone. She is left destitute sand ailee from her home, with abasSnt experience of marrying a Dakota tuT-- T nSJ : Marrying a Stranter or Traatl Kh'atc land claims in New Mexico Every Thinp; Movable morning. and Arizona was passed. The Committee on Sweeping expenses Elections made a report on the contt sted elecBeforo It township. tion .case of Call fomlii, confirming the right ing nnd nin)roprijj4aJB of "thai sluing members from that State. A OnwiusiA, 13 A violent tornado a relief, and authoaJpffrtforamltteo nuthor.zing the const bUV' reported to cinployveraBBBtVv.nrlsat I nnssed one mile south of hnrn 'nt nK,ht- accordance with fir resolution adopted hy of art. dim neross Ui Mississippi nwr was entirely . One dwelling ami uneinng? destroyed. ..and hiiml una atSt. TouSrnIoaJIII to allot the lauds of I'oth houses. The business now on mnnr oarDs unroot ea ana not le niiitjticd, himI U will probably take a. the Petieca Indians in New York. Tht army- - Hundred, of Houses Wrecked 'aridTK"ole' ciearmgra'jijajBjBjBjBtjjaincy-Instructed to . Orchards were coin- or ladles and geTirMkaRHHeach ward to otherwise, damaged. muca week or two lonp-erThe Senate is proirness-Ini- r appropriation bill was then considered until pieiuiy uprooicti, I'nmllirs Drowned Thrilling Incidents am)(B oono-ibegin work as soon as possible. The Mayor limner and crops. ana slowly with the revenue bill, and wl l not adjournment. appointtil a committee to protjderelief. Miss dispose of It until tho latter part of neat, and .Many Narrow Kscapes The AVasiiington, May 12. Senate. A concurLEntsoN, f) May 13. The storm cams Ikrtlia Rlchterdid a noble tilpg last night In howling week. It has been stated that Governor rent resolutlou wa presented by Mr. Mitchell from the southwest in mad fury, toy Mhinil Vullcy Visited by a rescuing her mother. The waters rose Knott has said that if tlio Legislature ading with the tree, breaking some off, upOregon, for a modification of the Chinoo of in tho house and their "terror wh great. journs without settling the convict question Wind Storm, Doing GrK"t ho will call it tosether mouii. I'nder these treaty. Consideration of the They had about J301n money in the bouse, rooting others and filling the air with an Incom and Miss Ilertba secured this and picked her describable mass of Hying foliage, awning, I), image. clrcumtnnces It probable that the session merce bill wns resumed, and a number of mother up in her arms and carried her out bricks and roots of bouses with a cnih uud will yet lat two or three weeks amendments proposed nnd rejected. One by of the house. The water was up to her arm- wild rushing noise that was most Mr. Strauss called up tbo followHofSE. restoring was adopted Mr. Kdmunds The first building struck was tin pits, but she struggled along, and finally ing bill: lie It enacted by the General Asto the long and short haul elaue tho reached the residence of Samuel Hypes, old Lebanon tannery, on Main street, thn sembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. struck out by Mr. Camden's word roof of which was torn off and scattered. It where she sank exhausted. Her mother That nppeaN shall be to the circuit court nnd amendment. The bill wns then passed jcas jumped nextto the Lebanon House, three Xeni . Onio, May 13 The bright May sun courts of similar Jurisdiction from order voting the ncgittlie were of this morning shone on a desolate and limited away from sheer exhaustion. to get squares to the northwest, tcarlngoff tho tin While George Thompson was trying and Judgments of quarterly courts in civil 47. nays 4. ThoseColquitt. in Morgan and HanMessrrHroivn, his mother and grandmother, Mrs. Dr Crum, roof, which lies in u huge ball on llroadwny actions when the amount in controversy, exway to tho stricken Xcnin. After a night of darkclusive of interest and cost. Is $ or over. som The bankruptcy bill gave unfinished ness and terror it Is grateful to havo across Water street, through the stream, From this point it went down Hroadwal thev came near being swept away bv the cur- mowing down beautiful shade trees on both Appeals shall be to circuit courts and courts pension bill, which remains the At C. 47 p. light and sun. o'clock but whut an awful rent. George, while holding up Mrs Crum. sides of tho street, and unrooting many of similar Jurisdiction from judgments and business for 2 adjourned. m. the Senate scene they reveal! Homes laid waste fell, but soon reeorere.1 liimcelf. and man houses on tho east side. When it renched orders of justices of the peine and police Duvis & Greely's mill it Jumped ilown in th courts when tbe amount in controversy, exHorse An invitation from the Grand nod property swept away, and, worse aged to get them all out. George Witmer had a miraculous escape. hol'ow by tho reservoir and struck a frame Anny of the Republic to attend Decoration than all, the wholesale destruction of life. clusive ot interest and cost. Is over f.Vl. He was attempting to cioss the Springfield dwelling, completely leveling It to theground. shall be to quarterly court from orders Pay ceremonies nt Arlington wns referred: Hnd Judgmentsof Justices of the peace and also, aii invitat on from the Fifth Army About eight o'clock Inst night u mighty rain, bridge when the bank gavo way under him The house was occupied by two colored f consisting of four grown person, two Army of the Potomac to visit wind and electric storm enmo up, which con- and he was hurled down into the raging wapolice courts in civil cases when the amount Corps of the young men and two little children. Strang in controversy, of South Mountain and tinued with unabated fury for fully three ters of the Shawnee. He was swept down exclusive of Interest the the Cincinnati pike, whero he managed to to say. every one escaped, the two young and cost, N HO and not more than $.V). Antlctnm on tho 17th and lMh lust. A bill The time of takimr appeuls from such courts whs reported from the Judiciary Committee hours. The wind came in a continual gale, catch onto a tree and climbed to a place, of men, Kd. Grimes nnd Jim Johnson, being poverned by the provisions of the extending tbe jurisdiction or the court of with a continual gust which won Id down trees, safety. He called to a passer-bshall bo and told him blown.. from tho room upstairs, where they civil code of practice rcgulnting appeals claims over claims for the use of patents looen shutters and do other dnmuge. Tlio he wns an Xenlan, but would not give his wero asleep, a distance of moro than a hunby tbe I nited rain tell in sheets, while the sky was livid imme until he was rescued for fear word dred yards against tho bunk of the reserfrom said courts. All laws or purts of luws and patented invention nnd many voir. Tbe I'nlon in conlllct with this act are hereby repealed. States; nleo a bill to simplify the plead- with wave after wave of electricity, and the would reach hi parents. cases Hnrry Arnold made a narrow escape from other buildings in town weredamaged. in criminal was passed. On call of count.ee. Mr. ing procedure The bill Hnd Cincinnati, Slay 13. The storm reached Scott olleretl bill to umend chapter 64 of the in the Courts of the I'nltcd States and the mutteringsof the thunder were hoarse and drowning. He bnd been working at the General Statutes, so that In addition to other I)it let of Columbia. The Joint resolution continuous. Most families wero huddled to- scene of destruction this side of tho depot, Cincinnati about 10 o'clock, and was violent, consisting of rain, wind and hall. The rain duties of procrssioners of tbe State they providing an indemnity tocertnin Chinese for gether In fright, for no one knew at what and knowing that his father's family would shall be civeii power to accurately surey losses sustained in Winning Territory was moment tho storm might prove to be a cy- be uneasy started to cross the bridge on the fell In torrents, and the streets were deluged Springfield track to go nnd tell them he wns with water. There was less of hull and definitely nx the boundary lines of sur- called up and debated in tU themorninghour veys and patents of lands by the State. expired. The army appropriation bill was de- clone Hut few persons dreumed that a flood 6afe As ho ste ped on.the bank It caved in than In the morning, but it fell with being wns coming which would sweep away part of with him. and he fell into the raging tor- great force. The damage, however, is InconKitKroitT, May 10. Sen ate. Fifteen bated nnd finally passed. Attention word report The the rent beneath. His long rubber coat was siderable. Report suburb damages slight members wero present in the Senato this called to the the town nnd drown many souls damage. by the como of Mr Wheeler rang out so wrapped around him that it wa mornlni; and a number of local bills wero 'nrcb.'ln thelnngungeof M Stanton as nn About ten o'clock the storm from Middletown. Pinna, Wilmington, almost elinrnetcritng K. passed before the Revenue Hill wu taken up. no iheir wild alarm, but cull,great number of pto- - crowded impossible to help himself. Ho- Washington. C II.. Albany, urecnvillo. against tho sido wall, and with nl"arch conspirator." tbe House ordered h cor- nle restionded to the they thought it Section utter section was passed withnut-chunjLancaster and other Ohio points. Wheelerndmittedhe get It was expected that the Senato rection to be made. Mr out becnuc it hud w.?l only tha It could' noti do much j K?!coat. He called'effort managed to one off '.":., to find "truck the word for help and some ,...i ci,.m, it.. would vote upon the entire bill but in -- -awn ""v.. .. came,- '- - brought .lireeti v bring him a rope. lint before he got a rope v' stirred up some feeling. Tbo consular and thn ceeonri alarm the absence of aquorum it was not done. Out tho and LATKK ritO.U T1IK STOKM. diplomatic bill was taken cp. A motion to whole tow n. The streets wero dnrk and the some one came to his rescue, and be threw up Hoi'.sE. A number of local bills were pissa his coat, which Just reached to the top of the riitneo the increased nnnnnrlation for ed. Mr. Dawson called up the tlrst jrcneral in torrents, but was the work of Xenia, O., May 14. at Coiistautinoile from fl.ROO to rain was coining downthe trouble was it that bank By thnt means he wa drawn out of lull. Itwnsun act to amend the law of tho stcuin launch soon learned what his unpleasant quarters. Harry says he clearing away the debris of the Wednesday was lost yen f. na i S7. Mr MorriSl.f Stutc In order to punish persons for frauduShawnee creek, a heretofore harmless little thought his last hour had come. sure. son, who made the motion, said he would not stream, had become mnd, and was out of Its night flood has progressed with considerable lently selllnir and disposing or mortgaged Pending Tho list of the dead is as follows. Mrs. Nclllo personal property. It makes the offense a rai .the oint of no quorum. adjourned, bunks and sweeping every thing beforo It Anderson and sister. Lydla Casey (colored), effect. Large gangs of men are at work In the Houso felony, punishable by confinement lit tho further discussion the Men rushed In the darkness to the scene, both widows past slxtv years age; lived in stream, cleaning out the lumber, household penitentiary from one to three year. t p m. anxious to do what thny could. The Burr's Bottoms. Mrs. Samuelof goods, etc.. with which It is filled, working Corchoranand submerged tho two sons, aged May 13 Senate. Hill, on waters bad completely Throuirh a lack of a quorum totlnc. it fell Washington. about twelve and twenty-fivthe muddy water. The remalus into the orders of the dav. Mr. Heed called the calendar were taken up m regular order district along the Shnwneo from tho years, widow and sons of tho Into Samuel up a bill to nunlsh nny one who has contractof the destroyed houses are belngcarted back above where It enters tho east end of ed to sell personal property and ha received and a number passed. The f.rst annual re- place to its exit. For a distance of from one Corchoran. better known ns "Sam Patch;" to the lots from whence they came, and where town lived Just across the King street, in port of the Commissioner of the Labor the price, or a portion of the price, and afterhundred to two hundred yard on each side the bottoms near creek, on tbe depot. Mat Evan houses were not wept from their foundation, ward disposes of it to another. The penalty was received from the Secretary of tho jt Water street, clear down to Detroit street, (colored), laborer, and but only Hooded, the people hnve been busy day wife attached i a fine of from 510 to Mll and im- Interior. The bill to give military tele- wa completely under. Standing on the child, lived on the creek just west of White-ma- shoveling out the mud and sand that cover prisonment in the county Jail from tenito hanks or this mighty stream In tho rain und honstreet. The child is missing. Ortin Morthirty days, or both The contract has to bo grapher In the lute warn certificate of orable discharge and rank wns recommitted darkness It was an appalling situation. There ris, white, laliorer. wife and five children, tho carped a foot deep. On East Water In writing. The bill was passed. the angry light, and above to the Miliinry Committee. Hlnir's general was no came the cry for the roar of frightened three girls tnd two boys, tho oldest a girl street several dwellings containing fltto furhelp from Fiiankfokt, May 11. -- Senate. Tbe Senate service penion bill wis enlled up nnd de- waters fifteen yenrs of age, and tho youngest a baho niture were Hooded badly, the rich carpets instances drowning passinl nil the sections of the rv t nuc lull exnd buted bv Messrs. Hlair. Rerry nnd Logan, Men in many frantically from thepeople. of ten months, lived on West Second street, and costly household goods being utterly shore near tbe creek Stephen Donton, colored, lacept the first, which provides the general rate Senntor "Vest bin ing Ike floor for rushed ruiFed, silverware floated uwny. fine stoves of taxation. A vote on the bill will be into the the water; others ran In other diin Barr's William Horse A resolution wa adopted calling rections for rope ladder, lights and boats borer, lived driver for Bottoms. wife and demolished and elegantly paired wall SLOWLY DYING. reached to morrow, and tt is thought it will upon Powell, cart Sam Clark, of the residents of tho for information In regard the President pMSS. insist with. The situation was al once eix or eight children, lived on De- ruined. Many of the urn The Condition of .iam in ( aunuinn resoluArthur One HcirsE. The House passed the bill ap- to seizure of thehlcese indemnity joint waters. horrifying and frightful in the cxtrome. The troit street, between the north and south Hooded part to move city highermaking arrangements to Iiebuti- on the I pirts of Hor lr.itnr.4. propriating $.7)0 to establish n State weather tion wns resuuiiil. The morning hour ex little stream thnt runs through tho town, forks of Shawnee. Ono child escaped fro of the city as soon ns possible. The to do service; u'so a ailed New York. May 17. Tho Times tbn .colored normal bill to appropriate f 7.0(0 for a plrcd before a ote could be taken, and the sny Shawnee creek, never known laid out the house, as did Henry Brazelton, son'-law- . homeless who are without friend or relaschool harm before, which follows a lied Powell and two children wero fund tives here, nnd who are prine pally colored relegated to its place on tho for it between stone walls six feet high and measure morning says- Ex President Arthur's conn FitANKFOiiT, May 12. Senate. A bill apthis morning, the real missing. people, are being taken circ or at the skalr calendar. The diplomatic and consular ten feet wide, had become n veritable river, dition has been steadily growing worse pointing a commission of three to Investinnd wife, colored, lived In Rrr's Botwhere the committees arcatworlc bill was taken up and pissed The jweep.ng nlong in ninny places two squares toms; Mr. -AniloM"" HsAr. Mrs. hd during tho past week, but ho has not re- gate the books of the Auditor and Treasurer idll to create a Department of Agriculture w ide and f rom fifteen to thirty foot deep. Tho ,Lj!idrritvni oirrne foot of thecreek, near distributing food nnd clothing, largo quanti win ndppUnL. Several unimportant ties or which nave ieen nanueu in vy so tar'aS to hare lost all, the ground, liUlftiwerciattemleU to and too tcvenuelocal rflJ'itatakcuuiwMiul cunsUleuut. Pending ?u works had been submerged and every- the depot; Mr. Powell nudtwo children. lapsed bill people. The word I rom the country-i- s where wa darkness, while the screams of The incidents of an exciting nature nro talnetrauring' his unexpected rally" of alout was called'Up. A motion to rccouslder tho turthoTttaiisslon the Houso niljounied. growing worse WAsniNnTON", May 14 Senate. A petition people In the water were most piteous and almost beyond descrlptiot A lineman wa nearly all the roads all the to tho Houses on leading town havo ten days ago. Some of the more enthusi- vote by which tho bank clause was adopted was presented from Iowa for the abolition of The first thing to do was to standing on an embanksent, and before was voted down. The article fixing the damage, and many houses and lights, and astic of his friends believed thnt the turn ho could realize hisdangerbewasln tho Hood suffered severe rate of taxation Kt 44 cents was adopted. "the American House of Lords." Mr. Fryc's jetb) building this w us purtiallyin accomplishdestroyed. On tho thn 6trcets and swept n mile by the nging waters, A barns.'have been utterly great bonfires ed for the better bad come, but the steady de- The entire revenue bill was then voted on roud leading to the Soldiers' Orphan' with telegraph operator got ino flood. Then. ws fnvorablr reported, limiting tho idjncent to tho cline since then has dampened this enthusi- Hiid passed. The bill will now have to be sent bill cjres of foreign vessels In tho ports or nnd such other after filiating some dlstnneehethe wnter, an a Home, the houses are nil damaged, tho plunk .o bonis. ladders cauglr onto back to the House In order that the latter pnvi and the t. inhere of asm ami there are few, if anv, who now bodv may concur In the amendments. Tho the I'nltcd States to the privilege accorded thinp ns could be oblnlned, the work tree. A house camo down in the flood and walks a thing roadthe past,and hare damaged badly up the Mr. 3f suving live began, nnd the number of In foreign ports. helisve that the ex President ink the tree he was perchwon. He climcd block ill ever House fixes the general tax rate at 47 cents American bridge. The office or the Acuhi Manufacway would probnbly on the house and started down with the cur- the rescued In again leave hi house alive. Sudden and and the Senate at 44. The limine bill amend- Hour' resolution was agreed to. reu'rlng peopleone hundred this ugalust tho railroad lie From ono house, which rent until another tree. Ho turing Company unexpected rallies, followed bv grad al ing the common school laws, In order ti al- that tbe committee, when reortlng the river reach w,c, t...,i ,.,.., 'wtv nml (1n:ttel down two sotiarca.i clinched, it.ho came across thereuntil ho was bridge on the road to the Home, as well as nnd remained state tbe fnct that uaitu'liinve young men rt scue,. , iniuii ui , r,(.CH,Hj or timber, planks. The bridge but steady declines, nro peculiarities of Mr. low taxation by districts, instead of coun- and harbor bill, to imp great masse several hour later. rtancc of the sev- four or Fcrcuon, nit c people in an. iney and passed by a vote or 28 show the national nil over tho county, with few exceptions, ore Arthur's disease, well known to physicians, ties, was called up provides or Aarou noJI.E.J Smith, of j thnt and watched by them with grave fears. tol. The bill als shall be elected the school eral pieces of work, nnd why 2 each itemthe hud no more than got safely out until tho bly all night assistingPittsburgh, worked lady gone, and great holes washed In tho roado clock tho suffering. A Is advisable. At superintendent for four points along At Ine danger is ever present that the poi- years, and before ho Is eligible bo must have appropriation up the Mexican pension bill. houso went to pieces.more other a mile in dts-t- a went into a house to help another, and soon bed. took Houses, fence nnd tree, on tho Cooley than soned blood of the patient will suffuse tho n certificate from tbe State Board of Kduca-- t Senateconsiderable dabatr without action the the line of the Hood, ndicdthc woman to leave. She refused, farm (Goe's Station), occupied by John P. fter cc. like scenes wero enacted. brain, and when thnt happens the victim of und the lady who wn there to help rushed Lesourd, lute of the Cincinnati horso marsession, and niter on Senate went Into executive But whilo tbe good work of rescuing was out and wn caught in tho deluge. Mr. Smith Bnght's disease feels the last of his sufferHot'SK. Sixteen new bills of a local and an hour and a half the doors were opened, entirely uwny. Tho family rolng on many poor souls ware going down caught her, and. after she was lulled ashore, kets, were swept in the cellar. The orchard ings. jjr Arthurs bears bis confinement private nnturc were introduced. A bill Senate ndjourncd. by being and the beneath tho angrj w liters how many God nearly dead from exhaustion. He escaped place j leldcd an income of about 5700 of tbe Dixon. Sluugbtcrvlllo on this patiently and bravely, nnd knowing, a he -- The House refused to take up the only knew. In Burr's bottom a low, narrow she n HnsU HOfr n from his pocket and poured a a vear. Near this place the mills of tho of Agriculture an does, the hopelessness of his cae, makes nnd I'roMdence hleh schools to tench withalong the creek the scene was drew down her throat, Miami Powder Company nro located, and certificate bill bill nnd spent the day on tract of land here thedestructioti to life and good, stif? slug of whiskynnd saving her life. the labor of love of his attendants as light out obtaining nnny person wa passed. a Alibel terrible, and thereby bringing her to providing thnt who brings they nro damaged badly, material ruined as possible by his gentleness and property was greatest. Of more than twenty the private calendar. A man's wife called to her husband that lilt agnins the publisher of a newspuper ses houses only four or five withstood the Howl, thought water was running into the cellarshe nnd houses floated away. The loss will bo May WamiV-otonof very heavy. The fences between Yellow sbnll bring the suit In the county whero tho the test being swep down and wrecked their hou e. The husband lighted a lamp Spring and Clifton lire about all gone, paper Is issued or m the county whero tlio ion- - 'J ..rainst the Cincinnati pike bridge, a massive and started to go down to the cellar, but In person alleged to bo libeled resides was passed the billcstabHouso Hofst-T- he Dastardly Attempt at Arson. structure. At this point later on several an Instunt the wnter was up to his chin In and most of the orchards, barns and outpassed. Louisville The at bodic were recovered from the debri. At the room where ho nnd his wife bad been buildings destroyed and houses unroofed. of llsbln a Rt Lons, May 17 -- An attempt wai At Benverstown. several miles west FitANKFOiiT, May bridge two squares further i t Senate. Tho nrst over this bill led Into a prolonged the silver question. Tbe Houc the terrible tide had lairly piled the debris of sleeping.it was learned that the few works had Xenia. the United Presbyterian Church was made last night to burn tbs East St. Louis part of the session this morning was devoted When tho usual number of barn, Holmans bill for houses in approach to the St Louis Bridge Tbe ap- to passing local bills. The bill relating to thtmd'.cuss.Mr. Indian Territory, and the ruined several dead nn awful mass, among been disabled and rendered useless and the destroyed, and well as a number of aluabIo record book for county officer, was enlled bodies wero found this electric wires were down, the citizens gath- fence, etc., as which to visit the proach is nearly a milo long. At 9 o'clock up. A substitute offered by Mr. Triplett was evening sosion wns devoted to eulogies upon morning. Orrin Morris, wife nnd seven ered wood nnd stnrted bonfires to enable horses killed, which wus alo the caso In damage adopted. It limits the cost of such books to iheltr Michael Hahn.of Louisiana. a watchman discovered n large section children lived Hi a little frame house on, them to see how to carry on the work of res- munv place eust or town. The all have to d to cornfields was such that they will Shipthe price now fixed by law governing record Second street. It was raised from its moor-- cuing the sufferers. May with a strong smelling liquid which book furnished by the public printer. Af or Wasiiinoton. replanted. limited toward tho bridge. nml The electrical display on Wednesday night boMorrl. who with his wife and five children tbo Fay bill a an inc-proved to be a combination of gasoline, the bill wns amended It was pnsed. 'I he bill ping bill was passed, with camo from it. nnd a mun was seen nt a Is ilescr.bed as being perfectly grand and ?oal oil and other liquids. Trains were regulating the transportation of freight on amendment. This latter limits the privileges Cries was drowned, wa w.rrncd bv a neighbor in with a light. When it struck and port .to window partly sinking, tho light went out magnificent in its awful play. Flush cf cr timo to have escaped with his family, but f'Ped and men put to work scrubbing railroads was called up. It Is intended to tnnshvd. -o- nlM to foreign -s- ;els in our it Ixughed flush followed so fust nnd furious that at the Idia or danger. But a few tbe bridge. It h supposed a spark from a prevent tho railroad companies from chargand all was still. Mr. Morris and his rnmlly really was a constant illuminabon so brillall in watery moments locomotive as intended to set the stuff ing more for a short haul than a long haul. pons' T1 Pension bill was debated as the had met their awful fate From the shoro iant as to l blinding; the sky J one im- graves. afierwnrds they were the An amendment, that all kinds of freight bo nviilar but was not presented at con- there was no war to reach tbem, and there mense bright shrct or lightning. Interspersed sflre. Included, was adopted. The bill was then PxVcuUvo was no wa for them to escape. Afterward withxivid streaks that seemed to tangle lon. Mr. Thompson was Dayton. O., May 14. The loses by tho pas-eThe Senato then adjourned. Loulsxtlle. two of his little girls were rescued alive, with enc i other, so closely were they firmed us 6torm and Hoods of Wednesday night in tho The Larcest Aerolite Ever Found. llot'st-M- r. Thornc culled up hi Itnllroad debris down the creek, but the nine counties of Greene. Clarke. Madison. HorsE Xumcrou bill were introduced clinging to Fence bill. It provides thnt fences rdiull be nnd five children were Jon Walton is ono of the unheralded heroes Miami, Darke, Preble, Montgomery, Butler Washington, Pa., May ait cHoust under wns call of States. The father and mother erected on each side of the railroad, mid half urgent deficiency billthe passed. The rules lost. hi life more than once by taking ana Warren are estimated to foot up 510,0(0,- risked of search Prof. Jonathan Emerv. of Wil shall be paid by tho land owner and half by From ten o clock until daylight sues scenes who an(, n sc lwopie. ne t0ok the Ferft bout suspended; and the 5th and Mb of Juno nrirmsi-mpriihis.-is-,i liam and Mary College, has discovered the the railroad company. Mr Cox offered nn were sol apart for the consideration of conducfamily of nine people out oi in Edw, Morehouse, a Narrow-guagamendment that when the land owner furmorning came eight bodies hnd been recov- Commitami them safely on thi shore, tor, anxious about hi mother, who live aerolite which fell in Washington Coimtv nishes the r measures from the Faciflc Railroad study In ercd. By this time the water had subsided, free of cost the rail- tee A Senate bill providing for the tumbled In Xenia, walked from hero there immediately after which their house beptember 14. 1SS5. It was found imbedded road shall pay all the cost of fencing. Tho imVuTic schools of the Territoues and the and the work of Hiking out the bodies of tho to pieces u though it were a shelL and back again, because b rca on or tho deep in the soil In Miller's farm, imondmentwas adopted. Tho bill wns passed. tbe rnllen timber, debris and wreckage, no one Columbia of the effects of alco- dead began In earnest. been the course of two Hamilton. O.. Mar 13. The wind and thun- - can even ride two miles north of Clayville. Prof. Emery Mr. Cravens' Senate resolution to Investigate District of and narcotics was passed. recovered, and at had hours twenty-ontho and horseback. tounty holic drinks d soys it i tbe largest aerolite on record, the mutilated Ilccnso bill nnd the other missthis hour we bear of four more being found der storm which pas on over Butler streams are swollen nnd tho bridges wclnestiay nisnt cut Hamilton "" was some miles down tho stream, where It Join and weighs fully two hundred tons. It ing bllle Tho culled up and unanimously gone. At Trebcin station, while being mall telegraph, telephone, railroad and WO Till are Foreign Note. Semite bill for the benefit of the Little Miami rivet, and there are 6till fnmniiini(ntlnn ue huh composition is chrominium, nickel, alum- adopted. writ ri tVin mitcMft fcrriid across tlio nine Miami river, child in tbe lunatic asylums of the State wns called omc eight or ten missing. a living boy inium, copper, magnesium and tin. except Reports from the the oaismon discovered rescued the child, who Cincinnati Count Herbert Rimrik has been apup, but the House declined to suspend tho Tbe scene at tho mayor's ofticc this morn- surrounding country come in slowly u drifted tree , and rules In order to consider It. Tho Senate bill pointed Secretary of State for Foreign ing is bejond all description. Tor here were had meager. Four b,urns hud an arm and leg broken. Ho from drifted prohibiting the! sale of liquors within ono conveyed the bodies of the dead. Some were and are verylightning, Xenia New Heir to the Throne of Spain. and the buildings four miles down Shawnee creek thev started milo of any lock or dam in course of construcIn their night clothes.and had evidently been were st ru. kby HurrUdly bridges in the Little Miami. contents were lost. Madrip, May 17. Queen Christina to- tion by the General Government In the rivers The Orangemen of Lurgan, County Ar- caught in their beds, and most of them bore nnd vicinity were carriedSeveral T" rail- into buggy with the child, but It died beforo in a passed. Wherever this proState day gave birth to a son. In response to a In this comes was conlllct with any city or in- magh, Ireland, are enrolling themselves in cvidencu ot having been injured by crashing this bridges on tho a. M.away. snd two they got tb Xenia. & C. road In vision Manv wero in their Many incidents or the dlater aro related the pur- timber. died struggling to savo domes, nnu bridges on the C H. i-- D. were carried away. summons there had assembled at the Pal- corporated town It has no effect, military association organized for themselves. probably or u, now. In the angle formed by the railroad trains are running on ace to await the pecouchment all the CabFuaxkfoiit, May 14. Senate. The Scnnto pose of resisting home rule government. When our reporter looked in upontheawful No ic D. The loss to grain, tho C K. 4 1 etc., and Detroit street tho house of the Stoker trees H. inet Ministers, the foreign diplomatic passed tho House bill establishing the Cov- It is stated that in the event of an Ulster sight twenty victims lar in thut solemn si- in Butler County is very heavy. house, . family tottered dangerously, and lusty calls underA No Planks would not representatives, the principal civil nnd ington police district. Countythe following: will be lence we call death, on tho floor. Theengaged In this city the Schwab brewery and n,m drew the crowd uround it. was brought Trom Authorizing Anderson and other kindiy hands were to subscribe rebellion, n loyalist expedition takers reach, but soon a ladder military magnates, a deputation of mem- stock, to the were submerged. The arranging them in Louisville Southern Railroad and thofainlly rescued. ready to march "on Dublin, leaving strong in dressing the dead and whole fnmllies who stove foundry and public school at bers of the Cortez, and other distinguished Company. House, bill incorporating tho Cenchurch fen the wrecked flrctnick turned! landed safely here were an army of observa- families, for simultaneous death. persons. Mile were badly wrecked. Throughout UD- - Scarcely had the last member over, and n tral Kentucky Mutual Insurance Company. garrisons in Ulster and had found a ....,,... when the house w, nnnrtl lf hOUSCS .!... tion on the Shannon. Houso bill Incorporating tho Cumberland The family of Orrin Morris, father, motner moment after went to pieces. The crowd J'lck barn Tho Once Wealthy, but Died Penniless. laid Gap and Kast Kentucky Railroad Company. by "toge- looked at it in astonishment, ann a siampeue O'Donoghue ha' abated tho rents of and five children, wero drceed and sights sldo roofed. The was destroyed Millville touching the by side, one of tho most Incorporating tho Russcllville bank. House tho crushing of a portion Nkw York, May 17. George R. Wood with all the implements and con- followed mill which stood nearby. of his Glenflesk estates in County Kerry fifty human eye ever witnessed. Some were Hax " formerly manager of theaters which bora hill making seductionIn. n felony. House per cent, amendment concurred """i; in Bar's Bottom, a stretch of low land north coinnosrd and peaceful in death. tents, it was tne nncsi his name in this citv, Brooklvn, Philadelor terrible desfefnrt while others wore a d storted look ns though Hocse. The House passed a of the railroad, was a scene twenty phia, Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, died here morning extending the session resolution this A farmer named Quigley, of Knock-janie- they hnd died struggling. They ranged in age 24, but till struction. Or tho fifteen or two orhouses mfc of yesterday. He was worth over fl00,000 the Senate, after voting down MayamendnearTulla, County Clare, Ireland, from the old child to upward of sixty county weaMruck three that occupied the flat, only saveral times in his life, but he died penni- ments, defeated the resolution by all vote of was shot dead while sitting at his fireside. years in ago and were of both colors, all on a could be seen, the rest having gone with a common leel in the dread silent halls or Enumerable go to less The Actor's Fund will pay the ex- 22 to 13. A motion to lay a motion to recontide. Hero a man dashed Into asthe tho all It penses of the funeral. water, reached a Hoatlug houe jut sider on tbe table wa lost, and there is yet s. He had recently taken a boycotted grazing death. After the bodies were hnd arranget that will fall not far gatherer, ho' the dene throng of pcop'o who chance that the session may bo extended a farm. 8:20 last night a turned over. but. nothing daunted. wnn a babe, a at the City Building were allowed to pa, sbarVThunde Mav 11 At crept In and came out few days at least. Tho House refused to The End or a Riotous Life. Sin Thomas Erskine May, who xvas re- through and take a look at the harrowing sudden crash sunt the houso in nieces concur in the Semite bank Locisville, May 17. Fred Reiner Oeit-ke-r, clause or the revenueamendment Into the fixing cently elevated to the peerage with ths spectacle. This afternoon, also, large num- mot 'immediately fell n",nH't,nrnc und he struck for the shore with hU bill; nlso that bers of people weio allowed to visit tho with hall. the an almond, precious burden when ho disappeared bea young Bavarian Count, is lying nt the pay of assessors at fifteen cents per list. title of Daron Farnborough, is dead. hazel-naDiJ we to neath mass of debris. When h - reappeared the point of death at the City Hospital. mills in Lara,CountyMon-aghan- , morgue. bridges between here and Spring a TwosriSMNO ftportscame he wa a hurling througntheculvcrtniid called In as great. cur.oslth Three Mlsrrlluiieoit Items. He squandered a fortune In riotous living, Ireland, have been closed owing to Valley, on the Little Miami, are out. and as in gradually oi aisasierout. "I have lost tbebuby: catch It: it is right Fred Hannt, hostler on Dennett's farm, and has now been in the hospital nearlv a and mutters grew business, Ono thousand per- much as five mil of track gone. The first the 'Center of down there: I can't reach It." A few rods becam year with consumption. His death is ex- near Newport, was found dead in the depression in ot the lute train from Cincinnati 11 o'clock the message levee, to hich protects low he reached land, but the baby was not section sons have been thrown out of employ reached this place. The next section got news that Woir creek pected hourly. nan broken, found until next day. It was dead. BU stable the other night. Heart disease. caught between bridges nnd there It lies. A Miami Citv for West IsDaytoni. ment. went down in this bottom, three in valley Is and Kemntown. as it calbelnth lower others e large amount of track below the Tim Damage to Fruits. at Arabi, Lincoln Counthe same house that the baby was taken nut", and tbe loss will be ?o0,000 or more. The CniCAao, May 17. Dispatches from va- ty, has been abolished. Japanese Legislation. D. & 1. rnilroud between here and Trebein's As terrible as tho scene was along Detroit Bottom, the rious point in Illinois, Iowa, Northern is washed out badly, and the Little Miami A hns been established at and Water streets and Bar's w orso below. way to Indiana and Western Michigan, report Thurston, Daviess County, with S. M. Lock-hatrack is the snino condition all tho mad sweep or the waters was The Japanese Government, in its Dayton. inIt is impossible to gather tbe full morning, quite a heavy frost West Shawneo had caved out the railroad East as auxiety to complete the occidentalism extent of the damnuc. but it will take days which did a great deal of damage to small bank, and tbe leapiug waters vied with early or destruction. A Shawnee in the workwero overturned and deThe name of the fruits. In some places the cold wave was at Luther-bei- of the nation, is passing very paternal und probaoiy weeks to repair. section of the InhKeCmptowtT The excitement in the second two hundred houses quite severe, and farmers are anxious Lincoln County, has been changed to measures. Its latest piece of legisla- train Trom Cincinnati was terrific. The or the their founda-Ho- molished west covered railroad, and tbo cur. about tbe corn, which is not yet up. ,n. ni.teirir women huddled together and the men cupants were sept away from against walls. its track of .devas Otentheim. every and overturned, or lodged trace tion prohibits the favorite practice of paced the cars with blanched faces, as the sweeping by tation covering Unsolicited Increase. Mrs. Ensweileii, xvho resides on tho Alhigher and buildings the of tattooing. No doubt the habit is a lit- water rose higher andreported on tbe track. Several soon that the fires Thu conductor PlTTSCKRon, Pa., May 17. W D. Wood exandria pike, near Newport, was standing the foundations with sediment. the debris as though the It below "n tle barbarous; but it boasts an honora- were out, nnd be looked away, as there train & Co., the iron manufacturers of McKees- - in .her garden, the other day. A man on "d. ' "engage way the b"u5 ness". hundred yards the much of bridge, and was swept , would surely through growing fhelr the was stopped by tbe wages of have ble antiquit-- and its results are ex- nothing to be seen but a vast sen. Health Offiort, Pa.,twentyadvancedday and all their Jones Hill fired a shot at a mark and tho the distressed an indication of tho destruction is given by joat cents a other Cincinnati, who was on tho mass. At this bridge most of tremely picturesque, as was siiown by ficer ltowland. ofengineer why ho had stopped flcded'dWrict carrying and ?""" tho piled-uMrs. Ensweiler's bonwero abloto and shrieklnr womea train, asked the employes ten per cent. l ne Increase, ball passed through tho lives wero lost- - Thoso-wha Jerk. which affects about SOU men, was unso- - net, the Greek nobleman who exhibited tho the train with such sawsudden of me a The enbang to a plank, or the house that remained . ahead Inmates to this point, A tost of the G. A. IL, composed of colsupported licitad. charms of his iigured person to Lon- gineer replied: water, mat roarea as raging. KaVagrW-Stouuiy WHS25 firm and pieces here,its and they were either rustling Dony oi went to ored men, has been mustered in at CovingS relentlessly held under doners a year or two ago. The sup- ns a heavy peal of thunder. If I had gone a hor?es and carnages- - There .was not dashed to pieces or Married a Coachman. ton. this further we would all have pression ol artistic development is sel- hundred feet It was a big break In the track with to do but wait for dawn. To add to to drown; or. if they were sparedtacy terri-blwere. much New York, May 17. Grace Morse, a been killed." light Ax attempt was made to rob the were fate by succumbing sooner, dom advisable, and, except in the cne he saw the electric of tho workslighted city, great-niecof old Commodore Vaiiderbilt, nnrtlons at Franklin, a few nights ago. Deputy of sumptuary laws, the limits ot such Mr. ltowland was perfectly satisfied with Lhhouse of Orrin At this place lodged tho ran away with ber father's coachman to- Marshall Wright, who lodges in rooms over intcrfereiiie are surely reached when the explanation. The wnter, it can now be by elect riclty. including Kemptown. wre In Morris, wife and seven children. Ths F1"DC h.r f'Ifhtni seen, twisted tho railroad tracks into all sorts total darkness. day, and was married. The Morse family the was awakened by the noise, for two ffl"819 . house came only "htToj tlm tho right M personal adornment is in- of shap s, just ns a man could twist a small afforded Jusl lis fate, rapidity are in good circumstances, live in style in and fired a couple of shots at the would-b- e and rescuers. 1xaaf thou-f terrible the crash on to Morris appeared al scarcely wire. came. fringed. And tattooing can sands or people ar- - visiting tho spot and before Tarrytown, N. Y., and move in the first burglars, xvho fled. The urrounding country Is also greatlyde-vas:atelight. The crash ;un.. the window with aas the house turned and or be styledMmptuous, though dot'btlcss circles. Tho coachman's name is George, Bridges are out in every direction, wonde alS2?"iS balanced him. and A destructive hail storm passed over near one effecPof its abolition will be to and a largo number of farm houses with- alive. In almost all JeJwuwinthat Sed twisted and all Ufo d'sappcared, and tbs llinton. His father has been sentenced for ' of town tlm water rose W".?...?1,.0,1. Station wero destroyed, though The family are in exceedingly Versailles, the other morning, playing burglarly. houso went to pieces, the family of nlnj one throw a number of artists out of em- Gw'i a table. at The poor circumstances, and live in a mean havoc with small grain, fruit trees and all ployment. But what eecms likely to out loss ot lire.several Miami Towder Mill Jos or evencottage, a In VMlcep. wentdown Next dav seven were found man and thousand dollars' Goo's suffered K2lWW't quarter of the city. He drove ilr. and Mrs. kinds of vegetables. The farmers are ap- prove a graver objection to the new fiom the hurricane that swept over that re- Awakened bv the rush of water and the and two npieared alive. aOne. rods few been Morse to the depot, where they took the prehensive ebricks or neighbors- - the husband rose to had other, washed, ashore a gallant gion. oi, that the oat crop is entirely a lad of 13. made and the New York, aud on his return found is that the Japanese, without the wife in a law train for The grcoteet cause of thedestmction of life find himself and escape. rose a mile and caught tne aouimen 'fZTS awaiting his return. Minton means of Miss Morse assistance of the family totem pricked and property in Xenia was a small culvert, no ho could not find a Tdfceoi high higher every minute, and the only way to Om&r He snys hold of sokaswuntwiW picked up a compauiou a a witness and The next conclave of the Knights Temptha on the skin, will experience considera- where the little stream passed under a cmbinkment of the' Pittsburgh, (.mgnonii iF and a safety was fctnnnw" tha roor. shore. to catch a minister's where they were lars of Kentucky will be held at procedsd to cell pen knife ble difficulty in distinguishing one an- and 91 Louis railroad In the cast end of With united. The couple then left for parts unJames'' Gazette. other. known. c rue-tlcay . I'rorrrdliics ot the Legislature. Frankfort. Mar 8. 8r.vTE. The Senate was in session only a few minutes this morning. Mr. Frederick entered a motion to reconsider tbe vote by which tbe bill amending the act in relation to tbe sale of fertilizers, extendi!)? the date on which It is to ro into effect, was passed. The bill was reconsidered and referred to the Committee on ARricul-turThe Senate passed bills creating a common pleas court for the counties of llourbon. Itnth, Montgomery, Madison and Clark, and to incorporate the Southern Guarantee Company of Louisville. It is now snid that tho Legislature will nut adjourn Mondiir week In charsios that the election of Henry U. Payno was secured by bribery, fraud and corruption, niid requesting that the Senate investl. xato the matter lteferrcd to the Committee 'RM a,1(l Elections. A number of on.i. petitions were presented prnying Congress 'legislation against oleomargarine. The Commerce bill was then considered and finally ordered printed. Without arriving at any conclusion about taking a vote, Disastrous Effects of a at Xenia, O. Cloud-Bur- st t,'a a bill inter-stat- e LITTLE HR00K IIKC0MES UIYL'IC, theSemiteadjourned. MIGHTY, KAUIXIJ HovstDuslness from the Committee on Vj e. "n" Claims being the special order, providing for a commission to ascertain town. Tho culvert woulu not atkw the vast amount of water that jiwas fHfag t0 piu, through, nnd It BlfJdB-vist lake against tho erabaukmWWwhlaJi suddenly gave way. and let the wafer iMe tho town like an avalanche, runaiinf ;m wares ten and twenty feet high. bodies have been found, and thctotallosaet Hfe nlll nol souhv- Is fall below thirty The ralliads in all dlrcetlonsareso washed out that travel will not Be resttsed for several days, and the town is full of travelers anxious to get out. t In almost The town tntul flnrknes. the Ofllr 8 rUH.Io k..i,. ;ttiatJuffordcd by a cloaded tsoae. The town eNU police apis patrollexi oy a iorw,m pointed by tho mayor, hut somber quiet prevails, nnd the glnsis.paiijDjr, Tho mayor's ofticc, where- the corpses of tho viotims ' ots? the disaster an Uid out. by a- iconsUat.. stream of Is visited friends fad sightseers. relatives, nd arrangements huve jpeea araaae for the runernls to commcncfatnln .'clock in tho - pointof curiosity Alh anv, O., May IX A tornado passed through Columbia Township, Meigs County, about five miles from this place, last night, carrying death nnd destruction with it. Mrs. Margaretta McComus, aged sixty, was instantly killed; also her nephew, twentv-on- e Hathmau McComas, aged Lixzle McComas was seriously Icjunsl, but will probably recover. The houso in which the McCoinasos were killed was entirely demolished, and splintered Into kindling-wood- . A etono mantel-piecweighing nearly two hundred pounds, was carried a distance of fifty yards. 'The household goods were car They wIllOntJaueU,day. The miles. Many will bo borsjirMmit mart by tho ried a distance of nearly three were houses throughout the county wrecked mettthls morn- or partially so. The clty4g'-Jl- i rcrhnmciiRte to-da- ing above him, while standing on his Hoatlna bed. Through a holo In tho celling ho clambered into the attic and drew his wife after him. Then he cut his way to tho roof, and there the couple sat In the driving stormntil da light brought relief, being powerless to do unythlng but pray. Tho house was caught by a wall about two blocks from its foundation, or it would undoubtedly havo been carried to the Miami nnd lost. It Is tho chief jel?! . - - e .apHHFrmnttce -- u rap-Idl- y inter-Stat- e 1 of-fon- ami-lie- s, buttle-groutid- s bo-lo- w y . school-hous- e ls.-u- fire-bel- ls Marl-ett- a, r. I to-dn-y. ... ?. To-da- y e walst-deepi- n Hu-rea- u n - -- - s Lewis-mler-so- ino-rink- , Kinmy-dispoc- ii gon-er- nl aeart-rendin- 1 i - niaYing-thtl'H-partme- executive-department- , unvnryin-cheerfulne- ss. . - i y Main-stree- acorn-missio- n cov-tre- I d. bleu-de- d. a ni-i- n y r,. - ii,i,. e to-da- y e ( -- Af-fair- s. to-,)- 'em-odl- st of"?0 " ther Brad-lev- 's """ s, oM two-ye- ar n??,?," --' ".--"i, & "-er- ut s- - post-ofllc- rosT-orriC- E rt post-maste- r. post-offi- ce m, n ' Main-itre- p 1 e post-offi- ce e -e f1? post-offic- e, d. lrt one-stor- y "Jouse .Jwi DaR-rille- , I 2fc t:. rs-- Ah -- . -- ! , - VsAS 'Jar- n finger-joinThe great publishers of New York and Philadelphia, so far as I know them, were lookbinders or printers on small pay. The carriage manufacturers of the country used to sandpaper the wagon-bodiin the wheelwright's shop. On tho other hand, you will find in all our great establishments men on wages who used to employ their one hundred or five hundred bands. The distnnce between capital nnd labor is not a great gulf over which is swung a Niagara suspension bridge; it Is only a step, and the laborers here will cross over and become capitalists and the capitalists will cross over and become laborers. Would to God they would shake hands while they are crossing, these from one side and those from the other side. The combatants in this great war between capital and labor are chiefly, on the one side, men of fortune, who havo never beeu obliged to toil anil who despise toil, nnd, on the other hand, men who could got labor, but will not have it, will not tick to it. It is the band cursing the eye, or the eye cursing the band. I want it understood thnt the laborers ar the highest AVhpie is their instyle of capitalists. vestment? Iu the bank? No. In railroad sock? No. Their masrles, their nerves, their l.oiies, their mechanical skill, their physical health, are the highest kind of capital. Th man that tins two fet, and two ears, and two eyes, and ten flnirer.s, owns a machinery that puts into nothingness Corliss' engine and all the railroad rolling stock, and all the carpet, nnd screw, and cotton factories on iIim planet. I wave the flag of truce this morning between these contestants. I demand a cessation of hostilities between labor and capital. What Is good for one is good for loth. What is bad for one is bail forloth. Again: Relief will come to the working classes of tills country tliroujjli tivo association. I am not now referrinj to trades' unions. We may hereafter discuss that question. But I refer to that plan by which laborers become their own capitalists, taking their sui pluses nnd putting them together and carrying on groit enterprises. In England nnd Wnles tliern are 7t' associations, with 300.000 numbers, with a capital of .f 11)0,-00doing business in ono year to tho amount of jJT.OOO.OOO. In Trov. N. Y., there was a iron foundry association. It workod well long enough lo give an idea of what could bo accomplished when the experiment is fully developed. Thomas Brasuey, one of tho first of the English Parliament, declared: is the one nnd only solution of this question; it Is the sole path by which the Inhering class s ns a u hole, or any large number of them, will ever emerge from tho mode of living and get their share in the rewards) and honors of our advanced civilization." Thomas Hughes, the ablest and the most brilliant friend of the workingnfin; Lord Derby, John Stewart Mill, men who gavo hilf their lifetime to the study of this question, all favor association. Again: I remark thnt relief will como to the working classes through more thorough discovery on the pirt of cmplovers that it is best for them to let their employes know just how matters stand. Th mot of the capitalists of are making less than six per cent., less than five per cent., less than four per cent, on their investments. Here nnd there is an amconda swallowing down every thing, but such are tho exceptions. It is often the case that employes blame their employer because they suppose he is getting along grandly, when he is oppressed to the last point of oppression. 1 knew n mntiii'n Mirer who employed moie than a thousand hands. I said to him: "Do you ever hnve any trou'de wt?i your workmen? Do you have any strikes?" "No," he said. 'What! in this time of angry discussion between capital and labor, no trotil le?" "None at all none." I said: "How is that?" "Well," he said, "I have a way of my own. Every little while I call my employes together, an I say: 'Now, boyj, I want to show you how matters stnnd. What you turned out this year brought me so much. You see it isn't ns I can't much ns we got last year. afford to pay you as much as I did. Now, you know I put all my means in thU business. What do you think ought to l.j my percentage, and what wnges ought I to pay you. Come, let us settle this.' And," said the manufacturer, "we are always unanimous. When we suffer wo all suffer together. When we advance, we advance together, and my men would dio for me." But when a man goes among his employes with a supercilious air, and drives up to his factory as though he were the autocrat of the universe, with the sun and the moon in his vest pockets, moving amid tho wheels of the factory, chiefly anxious lest a greased or smirched hand should touch his immaculate broadcloth, he will see at the end he has made an awful mistake. I think that employers will find out after a while that it is to their interest, ns far as possible, to explain mitters to their employes. You be frank with them, and they will be frank with you. Again: I remark, relief will come to the lalioring classes through the religious rectification of the country. Labor is appreciated and rewarded just in proportion as a country is Christianized. Why is our smallest coin a pennv, while in China it takes six or a dozen pieces to make one penny, the Chinese carrying in his own country the "cash," ns it is called, around his neck like a string of beads, a dozen of these pieces necessary to make the value of one of our pennies? In this country for nothing do we want to pay less than a penny. In China they often have to pay the sixth of a penny, or the twelfth of a penny. What is the difference Show me a community that is thoroughly infidel and I will show you a community where wagos are small. Show me a community that is thoroughly Christianized and I will t,how you a community where wages are comparatively large. How do I account for it? The philosophy is easy. Our religion is a democratic religion. It makes the owner of the mill understand he is a brother to all the operatives in that mill. Born of the same Heavenly Father, to lie down in thi same dust, to be saved hy the same supreme mercy. No putting on of airs in the sepulcheror in the judgment. I do not care how much money you have, you have not enough money to buy your way through the gate. I do not care how poor you are, if you have the grace of God in your heart no one can keep you out- - If the shining smitten by some injustice, should try to keep you out, all Heaven would fly from their thrones, and they would cry: "Let him in! Let him in!" My friends, you need to saturate our population with the religion of Christ, and wages will be larger, employers will be more considerate, all the tides of thrift will set it. I btive the highest authority for saying that business is profitable for the lifo that now is. It pays for the employer. It pays for the employe. The religion of Christ comes out to rectify all the wrongs of the world, and it will yet settle this question between labor and capital just as certainly as you sit there and I stand here. The hard hand of the wheel and the soft hand of the counting-roowill clasp each other ynt. They will clasp each other in congratulation. They will clasp each other on the glorious morning of the millennium. The hard hnnd will say: "I plowed the desert into a garden:" the soft hand will reply: "I furnished the seed." The one band will say: "I thrashed the mountains;" the other band will say: "I paid for the flail." The one hand will say: "I hammered the spear into a prunlng-hook,- " and the other hand will answer: "I signed the treaty of peace that made that possible." Then capital and labor will lie down together, and the lion and the lamb, and the leopard and the kid, end there will be nothing to hurt or to destroy in all God's holy mount, for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it. t. es nco-opeia1 0, "Co-operatihand-to-mouth to-da- -Ja TALMAGE'S SERMON. It is best K Initial Discourse of a Sorles On tIie f the Labor Question. stmt The Itrlfttlnn lietweeii Kmplojrer anil Km. ploye One of Mutual Dependence The Meaning of Anarchy Solution of (lie l'roblera. Following is the opening discourse of a series on the Labor Question delivered by Kev. T. DeWitt Tnliuaga in Brooklyn Tnbernac-le- . The text was: The eaith wm wltiiout form, and void; and darkncan wat upon the fnce of the deep. And the uplrlt of God moved upon the face of tlie waters. (Genesis, i., 2. Or. TaltnaResaid: Out in space there bung a great chunk of rock and mud and water and shell. Thousands of miles in diameter, more thousinds of miles in circumference. A great inns of ugliness, confusion and and bertfor hi Immediately. Do not -- alt to board it others do. Get on prosperity National trai,, of it slarts .3ln. for -- tart it will, S0J "rybody were York shop ve general strikes and ! strikes. 8uccefUi strikes, ninety-sevestrikes lost, tblrtyfour; strikes penjHng ut the ti,e the statistics were made, strike, compromised, thirty-twWoulyou ,ike m9 to tell you who will make the most out of the present almost universal strike? I can and will. Those ill make the most out of it who go first to year lathe city of rorty-n and start mighty. Last n; o. U. My third word of Motherly advice is to another class of laborers namely, those who have been a long time out of work. How many of them? Before this present trouble began there weie nearl' -- fi00'00 people in this country oat of work and could not get work. I have worn myself out again and again, a many of you have, to get employment for those who besought cases we succeeded, in distortion, uelasness, gliastlines and others it. in Somebrotherly counsel is to failed. My horror. It oeeined like a great commons the nearly 2,000 000 people who could not on which smashed-u- p worlds were dumped. get work before this trouble began, and It was what poetry and prose, scientist who have their families to and Christian agree in calling chaos. Out support, tothemselves and go now snd take the vacated of that black, rough, shapeless egg our places. Go In and take these places beautiful world was hatched. God stood a million half strong. Green over that origiual anarchy of elements hands you and a now, but you will not may be and said: be green hands lonj. "Atlantic ocean, you go right away and My fall liberty for all who lie down there l'acitlc ocean, you sleep want sentiment is so, and full liberty for to strike to do of mountains, all who there! Caucasian vacated places. u you stand there? VJuiint Washington, you Other want to take the for those who industries will open bo sentinel there! Mount Rhine, you put are now taking a vacation, for we have on your coronet of crystal there! Missisonly opened the outside door of this contisippi, you match there and Missouri you nent, and there is room in this country for VL. marry it tjre!" 800,000,000 peopIV, and for each one of them And he gathered in his almighty hands a home, andflBBihtt'i end a God. the and and mud and rock, and rolled (eel aliout thin and heaved and molded mid dented and excIleiSen! the continent, I am compi"s.wl tliam Into hnpe, ami then not scared a bit. The storm will hush, dropped them into four plnes; and the Christ will put his foot upon it as upon agone whs Asia, and another was Europe, itated GslIIee. As at the beginning, chaos and another Africa, and another America, will give place to order as the spirit of God north and south. moves upon the waters. But heor it, work-ingmThe original chaos was like the confusion of America! Your first step toward and anarchy into which the human race light and betterment of condition will be has ever and anon a tendency to plunge. au assertion of your individual IndependGod has said: ''Let there be light of law, ence from the dictation of your light of juitice, light of peace, light of You are a free man, and let no love!' "Xo! no!" say anarchic voices; organization come between you and your "let there be darkness, let there be best interests. Do not let any man or any let there be eternal imbroglio, body of men tell you where you idiall let there be chao." work, or where you shall not work; when Such a social condition many are exyou shall work or when you shall not pecting because of the overhndowing work. If a man wants to belong to labor contest between labor and capital; there organizations let him belong. If he does has not been an intelligent man or woman not want to belong to n labor organization during the last two months who has not let him have perfect liberty to stay out. asked the question: ''Shall we have You own yourself. Let no man put n bloody revolution in this country?" I manacle on your hand, or foot, or head, or have heard many answer the question in heart. the affirmative; 1 answer it in the negaI belong to a ministerial association that tive. meets once a week I love nil the memThere may be and there have been ter- bers very much. We may help each other rific outbursts of popular frenzy, but there in a hundred ways, but when that associawill be no anarchy, for the church of tion shall tell me to quit my work and go Chrit,the mightiest and grandest institu- somewhere else, that I must stop right ting of the planet, shall, laying Void of away because a brother minister has been the strength of tho elernnl God, come out, badly treated dewn in Texas, I will say to and putting one hand on the shoulder of that ministerial association: "Got thee labor and the other on the shoulder of cap- behind me, Satan!" Furthermore, I have a right to resign my pastorate of this ital ay: "I come in the name of the God who church and say to the people: "1 decliue turned chaos into magnificent order, to to work for you any longer. I am going, But I linger around the doors settle this dispute by the principles of "Good-by.- " eternal justice and kindness; and now I on Sunday mornings and evenings with a command you, take your hands off of each shot gun to intimidate or binder the minister who comes to take my place. I may other's throa'-s.-" The only impartial institution on this quit my place and continue to be n gentlesubject is the church, for it is made up of man, but when I interfere with my sucboth capitalists and laborers, and was cessor in this pulpit I become a criminal founded by Christ, who was & carpenter, and deserve nothing better than soup in a tin bowl in Sing Sing penitentiary. Here and so has a right to speak for all laborers; and who owns the earth and the solar is a statement that I would have every system and the universe, and so can speak laborer put in his memorandum book or paste in his hat, and every newspaper put fur the capitalists. As for myself,Cis an individual I hnvea at the head of its columns. There are right to be heard. My father was a farmer now about 12,000,000 people in this country and my grandfather, and they had to work receiving wagos, and about 600,000 beand every dollar I own I longing to organizations that control Jgr a livin earned by tho sweat of my own brow, and their labor. I would have nil the I owe no man anything, and if any obliga- 000,000 do as they please, a id I would tion has escaped my memory, come and have all the other 11,400,000 do as they present your bill when I descend from this please. You will admit that the 000,000 in pulpit and I will pay on the spot. I am such organizations ought not to control going to say all I think and feel on this the 11.400.00.) laborers not in them. Your subject, and without any reservation, ask- first duty, O laboring man ! is it to your ing your prayers that I may be divinely family. Let no one but Almighty God directed in this important series of Sab- dictate to you how you shall support them. Work when you please, where you bath morning discourses. you please, and allow no please, That labor has grievances I will show one for at what part of a a hundredth-milliont- h you plainly before I get through this h your right. When course Sf sermons. capital has had second to interfere wif That emerge the present outrages committed upon it I will make we we soon from we shall find unhappiness, will, manv tyranevident beyond dispute. But there are as right and wrong ways of attempting a nies broken and labor and capital will march shoulder to shoulder. reformation. This day I declare the mutual dependI say there will be no return to When ence of labor nnd capital. An old tent-maksocial chaos I do not underrate the awful put it just right I mean Paul eril of these times. We must admit that when be declared: "The, eye can not say the tendency is toward revolution. Great to the hand, I have no need of thee." You .throngs gather at some points of disturbance iu almost all our cities. Itail trains have examined some elaborate machinery a thousand wheels, a thousand bands, a hurled over the rocks. Workmen beaten pulleys, to death within sight of their wives and thousand levers, a thousand water-whee- l, but all controled by one great children. Factories assailed by mobs. adjoined so that if you jarred The faithful police of our cities exhausted all tho parts jarred all by vigilance night and day. In some one part yougreat piece the parts. Well, society is a of mechanism, a cases the military called out. The whole country asking the question: "What thousand wheels, a thousand pulleys, a next?" An earthquake has with one hand thousand levers, but all controled by one force the wheel taken hold of this continent at the Pacific great providence. So thoroughlea.ch, and with the other hand has taken of God's balanced adand hold of the continent at the Atlantic ly is society justed, that if you harm one beach, and shaken It till every manufacturing, commercial, agricultural, literary part you harm all the parts. The mid religious interest has trembled. A professions Interdependent, all the trades interdependent, so that the man who lives part of Belgium one great riot. Russia in a mansion on the hill, and the man who and Germany and Austria keeping their cobble-stone- s at the foot of the workmen quiet only by standing armies breaks so vast that they are eating out the life of hill, affect each other's misfortune or prosthose nations. The only reason that Ire- perity. Dives can not kick Lazarus withland is in peace is because she is hoping out hurting his own foot. They who throw for home rule and tho triumph of Glad- - own Shadrach into the furnace get their faces scorched and blackened. No sloneistn. The labor quarrel is hemissuch thing as independence. Smite socieworld-wid- e pheric, aye, a quarrel, and ty at any one point and you smite the enthe whole tendency is toward anarchy. tire community. Or, to fall back on the But one way in which we may avoid anold figure, what if the eyo archy is by letting the people know what should say: "I am overseer of anarchy is. We inut have the wreck cal anatomy; I am independent this physiof all the pointed out iu order to steer clear of it. other members; if there is any thing I Anarchy is abolition of right of property. despise, it. is thoie and lowfit makes your store and your house and lived Angers!" Whatmiserablehand should if the Vyour money and your family mine, and say: "I am boss mine yours. It is wholesale robbery. It is pendent of all the workman; I am indeother every man's hand against every other the callous in my palm members; look at and nian. It is arson anil murder and rapine my knuckles; if there is any the knots of thing I hate Mid lust tnd death triumphant. It means it is the human eye, seated under the no law, no church, no defense, no rights, dome of the forehead, 'doing nothing but no happiness, no God. It means hell let look!" Now, we come in this morning ' . loose on earth, and society a combination to anj we 8ay. of devils incarnate. means extermina"Oh, lllly'jySPWow soon you would swim tion of everything good end tho coronaif you hand to support and tion of every thing infamous. Do you defend had not thesilly you. Oh, hand, you would - - want it? Will you have it? Before you he a mere fumbler in the darkness if it let it get n good foothold in America take were not eye." "The eye a good look at the dragon. Look at Paris, can not for the human hand, 'I have no say unto the where for a few days it held sway, the need of thee. " , gutters red with blood and the walks Relief will come to the working classes down the street a stepping between i ' corpses: the archbishop shot as he tries to of this country through a better underand labor. Bequell the mob, and every man and woman standing between capital fore this contest goes much further it will armed with knife or pistol and bludgeon. be foond that interests are identical; what Let this country take one good, clear, helps what injures one, u'inizing look at anarchy before it is injuresone, helps both; any point in the sci Show me both. dmitleTand it will never be allowed to capset up iU reign in our borders. No; there world's history of 6,'00 years where or is too much good sense dominant ital was prospered and labor oppressed,opwhere Ubor was prospered and capital this country to permit anarchy. pressed. i . in What is the sin to of things now? good AH people, together with Laborat its wit's end to get bread. Capthe officers of civil Government, cry ital at its wit's end to pay the taxes and "Peace!" and it will be keep the store and factory running. Show Within six months there will be a kindlier me years where aay understanding between labor and capital capital point in the last fifty was getting large accumulation, than has ever been known in this country. and They have htJ demonstrated, as nevei labor I win show you the point at which was getting large wages. Show me before, their absolute dependence upon Poiat at any time in the last fifty years each other. Jabor was getting large wages, and Meanwhile, my brotherly counsel it to I will show you the point where capital - tltree classes of. laborers. profits. Until the crack First; to those who are at work. 8tick 'M getting large , of doom there will be no relief for the to it. Do not amid the excitement of there is a Letter these times drop your employment, hoping workkf classes until capital anid labor understanding between aotnetbiag better wdl turnup. He BB tai, war ends. Every speech that who gives up work now, whether be be capital makes against labor is an adjourn-mete- f 1 work. SoMpBay en fellow-workme- n. y 1 er ever-revolvi- tont-make- 1 Chiis-tianit- y. Jt broakTLr,arre)i gate-keepe- r, m ol f I- - is WisSd railroad man, mechanic, farmer, clerk or . - any other kind of employe, will probably give it up forstarvation. You may not like the line of steamers that you are sailing ia, but do not jump overboard in the middle of the Atlantic. Be a little earlier . , than usual at your post of work while this turmoil lasts, and attend to your occupation with a little more assiduity titan has ever characterized you. i. My brotherly .counsel, in the second pUce, is to those who have resigned work our National prosperity. Every speeek'tfcat labor makes against capital is a aajOBrnment of our National prosperity. Waen the capital of the country labor it is the eye cursing the hand. Whea labor maligns capital it is the hand ctmiig the eye. The capitalists of the co,,awy, so far as I know them, are suc-laborers. If the capitalists in this boa would diaw their glove, you the scar the broken finger-nai- l, a) blister, here and there; a stiffened raa-"SM cl te-d-ay wlta A" Sbsbk THE VERMONT CANVASS. FORSAKEN EDMUNDS. nan of Campaign AKalgt Scn,tor Xo rialra for TIU Soreness In AVaiihlnRton brfuiund. and It, Chance of SacccM. and Nothing Hut Gall for lilt Hitter-- n If the In Vermont. crusadejot to end in smoko the first open fbflSi tho What has become of that noble Hepublican campaign againstSen-ato- r phalanx of Republican Senators who will have to be itade atSfstate met in solemn conclave and bound convention, ltivill be a light themselves by the most earnest assevposition by the Senator's enemies, mu will erations to follow the mandates of the occur in this way: Chairman Gibbs sexagenarian Green Mountain boy. was appointed the member of the State never, never to confirm the successor Committee for Chittenden County two of any poor, persecuted Republican years ago when he resided in Burlin"-to- turned out in the cold by the unfeeling and was elceted chairman of the Democratic President? Where is that committee upon the refusal of Hon. wouderful Senatorial vehmgerichl, George Nichols, of Northlield, lo erve whom the unconfirmed ollicehold-er- s longer in that plaec. But, Mr. Gibbs is were to tremble, and the Adminisnow a resident of Franklin County, tration to shake in its collective and and is the gnnder-in-ehiAll rone away, as of Governor individual boots? Smith's own the St Albans Hans Breitmau would say, in the cwig-tei- t. Messenger. It h therefore an apparent When the doors of the Senmatter of eoure that he can not Vain ate were locked and Mr. Edmunds represent Chittenden County onthe called upon every Republican to committee. But he can represent do his duty, and sit down on a Iraiiklin, if the delegate-- , from that South Carolina internal revenuo colcounty to the convention select him as lector, not less than of his committeeman. Will they? forces not only went over to tho enemy, Franklin is Governor "Smith's own but intimated in effect that his judgcounty, and there, if anywhere ment was as unreliable as the walls of in iluence ought to be potent If his some of the Rutland marble quarries. itillu'uice is such, its first manifestation Other instances of mutiny against tho in the eamnain will naturally be to leader from Vermont secure the election to the convention have been recorded iu the secret sesof delegates who will unite in naming sions, and that too confident objector Mr. Cil)b as the member of the new finds all his painfully constructed plans committee for Franklin County. This of obstruction go the way of his King ought not to be a hard job "for Gov Charles speech and end in derision and ernor Mimn ami in mends to accom- inextinguishable laughter. Even the plish, and if they Mieeeed in the under- congenial companionship of that untaking the next step in the programme seemly talker, Ingalls, fails to relieve will be to get Gibbs chair- poor Mr. Edmunds from a crushing man of the committee. That will prove sense of loneliness. n more dillieiilt job, ns it is hidilv imTho vision's of a boom increasing in probable that Smith's friendswili be dimensions by the unquestioning acquiin tin majority in the committee, and escence in his leadership in the Senate even if they "should be some of them until it should attain its full growth, in would undoubtedly hesitate to show l.s.SS, are fast fading away. The Sentheir hands at so'early a stasre in the ators kicked in their traces, not once, Smith's ndher-renOf cour-- c but several times, and the fragments of Mruggle. will argue that the choie of a the boom are now strewn over the floor chairman of the State committee of the Senate. And. worse than all, in tdiould have and can have no relation another 3 ear Mr. Edmunds will havo to the matter of the Senatorial micco-io- n. to east his eyes Vermontward to ascer"Gibbs has been chairman only tain whether he is wanted for another two year-:.thev wi'l say. "Why not term. He knows that a powerful ophim? There was General W. position is birlding up in the Green Mountain State against him, and that V. Granedy, of Verennes, for instance. He'hcld the chairmanship for his hopes of overcoming it lie in showyear-- , and his Mtecc-o- r, ing his power in the United States Sentwcntv-liv- e Nichols, of Northlield. ate. Thus far he has only proved his Dr. His pettish, childish con ssTved until he irot sick of it. Why. weakness. Gibbs jus duct has done much towards obliteratthen, should we not ha-- , been the custom? Because he ing the good opinion of him held by Pooh! That's his brother Republicans, and he now doesn't like Klmund-,n pride no reason. Lots of people don't like sadh exclaims: "My at length broke under me." Poor EdEdmunds." If. then, Gibbs succeeds in getting munds! He never got over the shock on the committee, a desperate effort of that terrible message which was sent will be made to make him its chair- from the White House. He vcntuivd man, on the ground that he ought to beyond his depth, "like little wanton have it. and that, as between Edmunds boys that swim on bladders." There and Smith in the Senatorial contot, is no balm for him in Washington, and the election would have nosigniiieaiice nothing but gall in Vermont Albany whatever. But should the effort prove Argus. successful, the EdmumU haters would EXPOSING CONKLING. inline Ii.itely and jo fully proclaim Gibbs' election a Smith triumph, and An AuumIhc unil Ktiih.irraHtlnjr Scene In would proceed to make the. most of VI liirli New York' In the event of Smith's their victory. .strikers seeing that it will be impossiThe threat of some of the Senators to Gibbs, they have an investigate newspaper men ble to and their lown. easy way to let themselves Gibbs will be put in nomination to the methods of obtaining the secrets of excommittee merely for the purpose of ecutive sessions revive many stories in ghing him an opportunity to withdraw regard to former attempts at this his name iu a pretty little speech ex- thing, and one especially is interesting, plaining that, while he is grateful for as it relates to Mr. Conkling and past honors, hi onerous editorial du- marks the starting point of the coolties will not permit him longer to reness between himself anil the press And then the tain the chairmanship. Smith whipcrack'Ts will still have a here. A Senator who was in a talkachance to assert that the election of tive mood gave me an interesting account of the proceedings in the S irate chairman was without significance. at the time 1871. The Senate had A". V Sun. just completed their work on tho Washington treaty and the great points GOOD TIMES SOUTH. of settlement between Great Britain A Section Where Capital nil Lbor Seem and this country had been decided, but to ISo at t'vure. were not readyfor publication. The It h gratify mg to observe that there day after the session several papers is one section of the country in Which published the entire proceedings of the An investigation industrial growth does not seem to ba executive session. followed and two correspondents were paralyzed by strikes, lock-out- s and arrested and locked up tho capital other forms of war between the capital because they would not in Durtestify. that gives employment to labor and ing one of the sessions Roscoe Conkthe labor that should be glad to be em- ling drew up some resolutions investigation the ployed at remunerative wages by cap- in regard to ital. For some reason the South hxs and Senator Carpenter, of WisNext day been fortunately free from these ruin- consin, offered them. Conkling was ous disputes between labor and capital they were published. and the result is that the industrial in a towering rage, and took occasion to get up in the Senate and deny havgrowth of the South is phenomenal. The first three months in the year ing written the resolutions. The Sen1SS6 show that the new manufacturing ate galleries and floor were crowded. and mining enterprises in the South, The whole thing worked like a play together with some important exten- Mr. Conkling was most dramatic, as sions of old concerns, willempbiy cap- well as emphatic, in his denial of auand deital to the amount of thirty-s- i and a thorship of the resolutions, to place clared that the papers tried half millions of dollars. This capital his has been drawn largely from the North him in a wrong light Having had the Europe, although say, Mr. Conkling walked into and East and from cloak-rooHe had hardly gone Southern capitalists have invested very therein before Senator Henry Wilson, is not conliberally. The new growth entered the fined to a few industries, but extends afterward He range of human chamber bv the main door. over almost tho entire walked to Ins scat. and. before he had industry, from iron furnaces and cot- time to find out what was going on, he ton mills to fruit canneries anil ice facand tories. The list is larirely made up of arose to addressed the chair in referthese resolutions, drawii by hniall factories and workshops, in each ence and a few the Senator from New York (Mr. of which a small capital workmen are employed, although there Conkling) and offered by the Senator (Mr. "Carpenter) in arc a few large concerns, one of which from Wisconsin session. He got no the last executive invests two millions in new iron and further, for some one arose in a hurry steel furnaces. and choked th Senator off by saying In only two of the fourteen States in he was giving away executive secrets. millions which portions of this thirty-si- x Mr. of new capital is being invested have The galleries looked aghast Conkling came from the cloaK-roothere been any serious troubles of late. so white and pale. They are Texas and Maryland, and it looking like a sheet The press gallery Maryland the Ho was caught. is worth noting that in laughter amount of new capital invested is more fairly shook with suppressed an exdollars less than during at his discomfiture. He made than a million lame one. This the same time last year, although the planation, but it was a invested in the whole killed the investigation. The men aggregate capital and Conkling lost fourteen is nearly double what it was were discharged,press for the side he with the in the first three months of 1885. The ground took against tnem mat ne nas never South is to be congratulated on this regained Washington. wonderful .showing and it is anlently to Wash. Cor. at least in Journal. Indianapolis prosperity of be hoped that the evident that .section may not turn out to be a DEMOCRATIC spasmodic boom", but a,steady and continuous growth. Philadelphia Times. It will save the Democratic party a great deal of money if the Republic A Naval Hint. ans can be fooled into renominating X. Y. Star. A meeting of thcjnstitution of Naval Mr. Blaine. Soimtor- - JClniiiiiiLs is still menrecently held in LonArchitects was tioned occasionally as a Presidential don. It was attended bj- - many of tho possibility; but the mention appears to leading navy constructors of Great be only from force of habit. CincinBritain. One of the most important nati Enquirer. The demand for open executive subjects discussed was the speed of Admiral Sir Astley sessions of the Senate should be kept war vessels. Cooper Key said that during the last up. It is tnc only cure tor the political .six years it had been the purpose of the huckstering which makes the Senate British naval authorities to make their unclean. Buffalo Express. Logan has received an invitation ironclads faster by one knot an hour than like vessels of any other nation; to join the Knights of Labor. He can't and the weight of opinion was against afford to go to sleep over it Blaine is making any sacrifice iu speed for the already a m mber of one of the Maine lodges and herman has knocked at the sake of other qualities. This fact is well worthy of attention door of half a dozen in Ohio. Brooklyn on the part of those charged with the Eagle. If tho of the past duty of constructing a w navy for the" United States.' A high rate or can not be reached by law, then the speed is insisted upon by the greatest people of this country should be pro- naval power in the world". Should we tecicn in nuiirc irom ine wnoiesaie not follow the example of England in misappropriation of our public domain. this respect? Instead of building slow This country is increasing so rapidly in tubs, ought wc not to have war vessels, population ttiat an tnc public domain if their number be few, which can should be carefully guarded and re overtake any other war vescl afloat? served for worthy and industrious citiwho are anx The possession by Italy of a few zens, the armored vessels which are faster than ious and willing to make their livinj. s any English seeni really to and improve their condition by honest excite some disquietude in England. toil. Augusta Chronicle. and we may be sure the British fleet When Congressman Jim Campwill soon have similar ships of equal or bell, of New York City, called on the greater speed. If superiority in speed President to tell him" that the boys is deemed so important in .a great wouldn't stand it any longer, he was navy, can it safely be dis"wnirded in told to tell the boys "that it would be buildim; a small one? X. 4 Sun 'all right in tim .'"' When the Congressman who is or is not to be reThe onlv .statesmauiPcntisyl- - elected in a month or so tried to make vania is a man" by the natn p)f Quay. it appear that there was no time left, Wo disremember whether itrf has over the conversation closed by a return to been in the penitentiary. If he has the first proposition, and if the boys never been he soon will, be for it is the can't wait, they can consult together and see what they propose to do about way the Republican statesmen of to the it But they'd better wait St. Louis dedicate themselves Republican. ' public. Alia n ta Co n slitution. The anti-Edmun- ds n, A PAYING TRADE. TOiy So Many Teople In Cities S Prefer to Working. "Catching" is a new term for that g very species of which is being carried on extensively on our streets at this time. Hardly any one who has occasion to be on the large thoroughfares of tho city after six o'clock in the evening escapes the vigilant eyo f the "catcher." The term arises perhaps from the fact that this species of begging is outlawed, as it is made a business of, and the person who contributes his mite to these people would bo surprised and hurt if he really knew that his charitable intentions arc entirely misplaced, and that the mendicants spent the nickels and dimes in some convenient saloon for beer or drinks of some other kind. These "catchers"' seldom ply their vocation until the shades of night begin to fall, and they are encountered oftenerin the vicinity of some public place. One can hardly pass on Broadway without being tackled, and where tho bright rays of the electric light verge into shadows and darkness a short distance from the eating-housdoor of some or around and near to the entrances of tho great caravansaries of the downtown thoroughfares, these mendicants are sure to be found. Sometimes the go into partnership and "whack" on tlie proceeds of the evening's begging BeR-gliistreet-beggin"all-night" e, SfanyPljBdId fortunes Ha In the English whicn belong CourwlrllerT'court has held to Amer-ca- n cltizom. The possession in somej cases, for more than one hundred fifty Tears. Cox & Ca, London, and nare With great and diligence compuea abook containing tho names of fifty "nd heirs and their descendants who advertised for to claim these fortunes. The book gives Christian and wrnataes, and instructions how to proceed recovery of money and estates. Sent free to all parts of the world upon receipt of one dollar. Remittance may be made Dy registered letter or money order. Address C0X & CO., 41 Southampton Buildings, London, England. Cox & Co. refer bv permission to the Kellogg Newspaper Company, New York. En-glan- d, 300,000,000. iore tjustto bound to disagree with tho then-- own, Dut. minds that i? TdiSgreement of among tho women annUi as olho merits of Dr. Pierce's Mammons I They rrrii4ion. it tho aro allremedy in the best pronouncing world for all those chronic disease, weak noshes and complaints haggard, P" It transforms too pale, woman, into one of sparkling health, and the ringing laugh again "reigns supreme in the happy household. The watering cart man Is always readj to "down with the dust" Full Mirer Adver- How Women Differ from Men. a Unnst three men on the averagejury armsnow l11??1!? tiser. bo-fo-re s . - gram- - TVuKSlsa bridle like a ship? When it ides over the bounding mane. --V. I". Tel Sick nnd bilious headache, nnd all derangements of stomach and bowels, cured by "Dr. Pierce's Fellots" or granules. 25 cents a vial. No cheap boxes to allow waste of virtues. By druggists. auti-bllio- ef hand-orga- n, two-thir- ds 1 Human Calves. An exchange says: "Nine-tenth-s of the unhappy marriages result from human Deing allowed to run at large In so-calves clfltv pastures." Nino-tenth- s of thn chronic originate in or lingering diseases of y blood, liver complaint or biliousimpuro ness, resulting in scrofula, consumption (which is but scrofula of the lungs), sores, ulcers, skin diseases and kindred affections. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Diicovery" cures au mese. Of Druggists. to-du- Chief- - Two-Bell- t, dead. There is rejoicing Boston J'osL of the Crow tribe, it at his old board-ng-house. DDnwre m f!V 1 " ed A woh refused to feod a dwarf, cause shs was opposed to dine-a-mite. be Botan rPrff- - Gltie. ltAf Vlmnnvwi tfnn tournament A "catcher" wishes for no greater snap than a man who has just stepped with a toothout of some eating-hous- e beard is Backiusham's Dye for the Whtsk- srs. To strengthen and invigorate tho stomach, and to stimulate tho appetite, take Ayer's Pills. alligator.--J,ci(- f. Aftln.inf (La ts pick between his teeth and a look of satisfaction on his countenance and a feeling of contentment with himself and with tnc world filling bis soul. These "catchers'" learn to be good judge's of human nature, and can tell when, if ever, and under what circumstances, a man's charitable feeling will assert Knelt They imariably have some pathetic story to relate, in which the details of the circumstances which forced them into this humilating position are ?loquently and feelingly por it" y Ai.'AT3 foes round with a long face :' Sun. , au iUi 11 i I" il -- THE BEST TONIC. ? THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, Vi ltuti-hers..- May 18. LlVESTOCK-Cattle-Conunon- 00 . . Common Good Packers SHEEP-Go- od to choice KLuril Family HOGS GRAlN-Wlif-nt-No. Choice 3 3 .5 SO O & 3 CO to 5 irt lt 3 efl 3 '- No.3red Com Oats-XHAY-Tiin- othy - led. - K "0 87 37 . J t i at Si JO M 10 3 No 2. 3 mi-te- d o. Rye No. 2 raised No. 1 " re-ele- ct Ge-trg- re-ele- ct high-blow- is willtrayed the chance passer-bing to listen to it. Sunday is harvest dav for the "catchers," and they 'work'' the downtown streets during the whole day. Often on Sunday the "catcher" appears as a little girl, almost respectably clad and heavily armed with a heartrending story of a and widowed mother and not less than six or seven little fnmibhed brothers and sisters. Woe to the nice young man who dares to promenade Fourth or Fifth streets Sunday afternoon with his "best girl," for he is tackled at every corner and in -bed-ridde- TOBACCO Common Goo.1 Medium? I1CTTEK Choiei- Lugs PROVISIONS I'ork-M- ess Lard Prime steam. Ohio Creamf-rme y 70 12 01 &12 .7) . S 3J ftj ;i 75 tl) " QIA 2.1 ... .10 W &M 12'i SlHUi it tt 2 it. 37!. Si Dairy .. 10 65B 13 46 13 WJ APPLES-I'ri- POTATOEs-p- er bushel NEW VOItK. FLOCK ... 2W Si f-1 IS 0t 41 This medicine, combining Iron with pnrs vcsetable tonics, quickly nd completely Curra Dysptpat. Indication, AVrnk.-n- r, Impure III004I, Ma.la.rla, Ctilila ami Fcvcra, anil Neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy fur Diseases of tho ICldnry and Ltrer. It Is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all nho lead edentary lives. Itdoes not Injure the teeth, causehendache.or produce constipation othr Iron medicine do. It enriches anil purlflcs Uie blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves lieanbnrn and Belchlng.and strengthens the rmiscks and nerve. For Intermittent Kevera, Laailtad Irftck of Kiirriry, etc., it has no equal n- - The cenuine has above trade mari and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take do other. n4airir naofs cnt9iULroniLTiaoRE.aa a & 3 M (V) n GRAIN No. 2 red Com No 2 mixed. Oats tnlscd e-s ern -- Wheat State an! No. 2 Chicago wtorn - a 3 85 3 ........... i' 'sfl POKK-MLAKD-West- .10(0 t M 37 it St .V) tiM 45 AXLE GREASE, the , Pennine. EvHot In the ery itnckiiKP world. Oct nnd la biu niir murked Troxer'a; UUVUYWUEKE. Trade-murk- FRAZER McRin CHICAGO. 4110 0 22VJ 4 -. 2.- FLOUlt-S- tte GRAIN No. KIr-ur- -. the middle of the blockHe could easily give away his week's salary in donations of five cents each in a promenade oi fifteen or twenty blocks. Of course the nice young nian with his best girl wouldn't wish to appear stingy and un charitable, but on the other hand would wish to appear rather the opposite. These street "catchers" know this, and the nice young man falls their prey accordingly-.St. Louis Hepublican. " Corn-- No Oats-- No. an'I Western No. 3 Spnnir i Chicago sjirlD? Wheat 2 2 75 5 Ci if. til 74'i 2b CO Buckeye Folding Binder. storaeroom. Serermleses a bundle. Mention pai-c-i when you lendforourCatftlo&ue. C. Aultman &. Co.. Canton, Ohio. 19. 1MI. Rre POHK-Mcss LARD-ste- .im The lightest ronnlns clerator binder In the world Folds so a to pas ihrouRh farm gates. Itcn.ulres mi 8 72414 M 5 5 6 05 FLOUIt-Fai- mly GRAIN Oat Wheat -- No. 2 Mixed Kenned nAiriMOKt:. - ... H Mess. . 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A poultice of cranberries was applied, and alter sever?! changes the pain ceased, the subsided, and in the course of a couple of days every vestige of the disease had disappeared. record, perhaps, occurred recently in Indiana. A young Colorado cattle man named W. I). Knox, visiting in got into a carriage and told the hackman to drive him where he could see a pretty girl. Tho hackman started up town and met Lizzie Miller. The hackman hailed her and introduced her to Knox, who was greatly pleased with her good looks, and invited her into the carriage. A license was ob tained ami the wedding solemnized. Knox pulled out an immense roll ol Jefler-sonville, Tjc most remarkable wedding on o. INDIANAPOLIS. $ 2reil LOUISVILLE. fi.itt it ft Pj 75 5 75 SO ldi... i. ilLBKL CO.. Canton, O. ed Oats mixed Flour-GltAIN-Wheat-- l Si 4 & Xl 2i, 50 A No No. I Orn mixfd Oats PORK-ir- .rs LARD-eteam .. 2 red mixed ... .14 00 it :cs lOM S ft 3 H 00 y- - figswyj n CURES WHEIE Alt EISE FAILS. Best Couch Syrup. Tastco6d. Use 07 uruzjruic in lime. .rlfim Ml 7 75 Red saalatt I ! x potitlTt rcmtilr loroa abort iimi; brluu tloufantfa ot nut ct tn went kind an4 of loar auntlef betncnrt.1. Indeed, ilronc la ray falla In Ita eStaer, tbal 1 will fn4 TWO BOTTLES FREE, torttber with a VALUABLE TEEATtsC on tbla anrenffcrtr. Otva El r.ari St., N.X. treaaaulr aadlrtia. DK.T. CONSUMPTION die,fa .p-n- tat TRADE Vt; MARK. nTERrUl, Tery early and hrtlET rOTiTO riSrnlX, eitra eood fjr eed. one tery eitlnff. Thev are all mull mperior new or any which a for all for dime wl h Introduce!, and nickel. J.UIES HAbLEY, Set--d 5ll01 BJ t ICCUd B wnn IULL rWlBK.K. rEIRL rORV. bent yield' iniHLierknown.S-eiredsUlki-rUtl Tnill nis-- to head,. winter Grower, MADISO.N. ARK. OUGHfURE Free from Opiates, Emetics and 1'oison. Absolutely SAFE. SURE. AT DaroiiiT PROMPT. Dkalek. amd THEOURLES A.Y(W.EirR rOIHLTIHORE, CT JACOBS OH ARTISTS' MiHRWLS: Lustra vaz catalogue." Flower Supplies. Send for onr varliws Mall orders aollclted. IIOFKMAXX niton., llcnotiase. Work. 2o' JID. Write for FltElI circular wtlh 1GKOKOB State. from 1'AYM. J.CO-- , U W.Monroe St, Cliicaeo. ry I . DOLLARS eaehfnrNew and SEWINO MACHINES. .B WArrantxlrterear- .- - ....... trial at 11 ' m t im,imo .b. liue"irei. ayirs-- aA.t mm fn3L Ortrans dren trrmlams. fa all Ih.lr Impe'tattlou, nxlodine Facial, STeSsXr and Sowrllooe. tla'r. Blnh I'.uii, Woto, W.m, iletb, Freellea, Red .Nt- -. Ac-- -, s JT. Scan, nulii anJ th-- lr trralmaiu. UU.k FACE, HANDS, FEET, liil. OVA.IarlSl.Alb.j.. E..V.UW. SeiJiut,loe-M- k. and Kensington lOoMulu Street, CluclunatI, Ohio. COURTSHIP and MARRIAGE. ThU most wonderful and hajidsoros book of 160 races mailed for jly 10c. Adv. Union 1 Vice-Preside- nt, traveler in Mexico gives the cheerful sketch of the country through which he passed: "Gigantic rattlesnakes, deadly asps, and a hundred other deadly species glide away at our approach, reptiles play upon each other in tho miasmatic lagoons, where fatal calenturas lurk under every leaf; enormous lizards bask in the hot sunshine, tarantulas, scorpions, centipedes s and abound in tho burning sauds." A fo.-Iowi- LOVE GERMAN REMEDY P" 1 Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ItJfltrh.. lfdtfb,Tiilkrk, AT CHARLES cured OPIUM aullcltrd t free trial of eutv nt honrnlnrestlcator.TnElIcjiA Lafajctle.lDd. and and l'avlnleaa. Ilatilt. Quickly Correpondeuce y home. ConJ-Ax- Ueueot LAI Urlin I 111 I Im I II l'ltltn. kiktv ckvts. VI Mill PHfl.filSTs jlNB HP.Jll.KRS. OPIUM A.T04ELEK UHALTiaoRE,HD. THE retail HAIR where. Wholesale andWatujh-B. C. Streul to..in i WIpi. Bancs and Wares sent C. O. D. prlce-llsfrc- a anr a Mori.hlne Ilnblt Cared In IS tnSOituya. .011ny till cured. JJr.tl.htcpbcna, Lebanon, Ohio xins-xin- m The first essential to attain to true womanhood is to commence the work at home. The home circle is the place for you in which to lay a solid foundation. No plnce on earth must be a dear and sacred to you as home the fireside, bo it ever so homely. The father's fireside is the safest spot on which to spend vour leisure hours. Ap preciate it aright and you will not have cause lor sighs and reproaches and bitter lamentations in after life. Western BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. Seeeelea tat bit. aad aela Ilia a filer ta cleauM tainnrltlea Ry Irregularity U lt aelloa or autpeaklnat f f la blael. 111 feartlaaa, tk bile pelaaaa tie blaol. raatlaa Jieaalre, laaraM, aa!le eaatalelle. weak, eeea, bllloa dlarrkva, a reaeral-- Ij weary feeaat. aad aiaay atber dtilre,lac ejwplaiaa termed IWrlreaMes, Tkeae are relieved at oae by tka B.e ef DK. BILL'S BABSArABJLLA, tka (real bk4 THE LIVER Rural. An English literary paper asks a conundrum apropos of dress reform: "Why shouldn't women dress rationally without making a fuss about it? It is not for men, groaning under the tyranny of the tall hat and tho black coat, to reproach women with subordination to fashion." Rev. W. M. Leptwich, D. D., Nashville, Tenn., publicly endorsos Red Star Cough Cure, which costs only twenty-fiv- e cents a bottle. TnE best cobblers do not talk. nid, soonest mended." --V. O. rtcayuiie.. PiKE'sToo-rnACH- Pa. Johx Brtt- - I haTe been for a number of yeara JCTfreJy afflicted with a mercurial headache and a dull, hear pain in my llTcr. Three bottles of Bcll's SauairAULLA gare me more relief than all the other T- - H. OWEXS, Loulmlle, Ky. combined. Dr. Jon Brxi.. I haee examined the prescription, for the preparation of Da. John IlLXL'a SAXsarA. KILLa And belleTe the combination to b an excellent One. and well calculated to produce an alterative on the f ystera. I have used it lath in publio and print practice, and think it the beat article of Tarlakle arrrtlte. filet, taaoleo: fellac at bit f Ike atom ark. keirllara. "led la tko eloaark, bad kreatb, bad Ual. lo Ike me. Ik. low eslrlta, ceaerel proelratle. Tkeeo la n fermct dleeate mere erevaleat tkaa Djepeeela, aad It eaa la all rate ko trared to aa eaTeekled or noieened eeodlttoa of Ike bleed. BILL'S SlRStriRILLl ky eleaatlat aad fart-f.ltka bleed, looea ap Ike dlf retire orgaae, aad relief la obtaleed at oace. De. Jon Bull. I haTe no hesitation In mtIdi? that I beliete your SIK3APAR1LLA to be the beat medicine manufactured for the care of Scrofula, bypbill. and many other entaneooa and jtlandular affection, having uecd It with entire auccees In nam' ben ot the above cart'. JAMES MOORE, Loulrrllle, Ky. DYSPEPSIA R.rr4!Ia tle.D.. M : PYLES. M. 111 Kc. at Lou. IMiisrille. Ky. Marine Hoi p. I lb Ik TH E IS Da. Job v IlrLL. I rrocore d one bottle of BULL'S BARSAI'AKILLA for my eideetoon. Among the reme. a dior and earioue that he haa tried for weak lunga and (tut, tbi ono bottla haa been of more benefit to blm than all. 11 bat cured roeof Dyy paia aa weu. juu.n s. urutt, Ky. Uoraa Care, KIDNEYS af lr tie great aeerelary arcaaaflaw lata aad Ikrntk tk fcldaeje TID-BIT- S. body, waale lalda eanUlalar paltoaeaa matter takea frern Ika ayiteak If Ike aldaeja do ot art treperlj ., m ,w aw Ihle Matter M rriaiar eaatlar beadarke. weakaeea, pala la Ike email af baeb aad rtMiea of beat, eklllt, wltk disordered etomaefc aad nTIXTt SAKSArAKILLA aela aa a dlarella to tie IldBeraaadbawele. and directly aa tka blood aa well, eoae-l- ar tko ere anraaa af Ika body ta mama tbele aataral fUaetMao, aad kealla U at osco reetored. BLOOD THE LIFE. SCROFULA It a peeatlar piw Ul. brla. '!$! 25o Dr JoWBCii. Ihareujed BtrtL'a SaSsarARiLLA for rhemaAtiam and kidney trouble, and my ion baa asthma and general debility. It haa taken It relief. BcLt It limy opinion that yoor predecidedly mperior to paration ct SARSkfAIULLAI any ether now in ue. and 1 win tako treat pleasure-IYfurtrulT recommendlnjr it fcr the euro ot Scrofula and all dl deenuiboth treat THOS. IL BEXTLEf , KoeiTllle, IU. mui of the blood and kidneet, Dr-Joh- x markld eaadltlaa e f tk ayttem, eaa.ed dlreetl; ke tmparltlei la Ike blood or by tke lark of aaSeleat aearlikmeal faralak. rd to tke ;,!. tkreatk tka klood. aaaally aneetlac tko alaade. oflea reaaldaa la aaell lata, alarted jetoti, akoteeaee, ooro eye, bletrky rp tloae oa tka fit. or aaek. Erytlaela la alia ta It aad la an eamlilakea for erefala aalt eemea f roea tko aama raaee, Im- era kload. RILL'S StRSAPABILLl. ky .rlfjlt Ike leed aad tealac ap tko eyttem fareee tko Imparllleo from tk bleed aad cleaaaea tko ajatea tbroak tka ref alar ekaaoela. fr Glenn' SuFpitir Soap eal.s and beautifies. 25c. German Cou.v Uemoveb kills Corns k Bunions. Ditors cureln 1 minute, ULL'S SARSAPARILLA. BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP. THE POPULAR REMEDIES QFTHE DAY. B B. ALLEN. M. D.. Bradford. Ky. miSCiPAL OFFICE: 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Price, SI; Six Bottles for $5. For Sala by all Druggists- "Tnnocon by daylight" breaker. Lfe. The houseA.N.K.-- E. Jr afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eyo Water. DniKcists sell it 35c. WnEX a man falls down his temper erally gets up before he docs. gen- Scrofula of Lungs. w I am ntrw 49 year old. and haTe inrlered for the last fifteen years with a lung trouble. I haTe spent thou, sands of dollars to arrest the march of this disease; but temporary relief was all that I obtained. I was unfit fcr any manual laborfor several years. A friend troncly recommended the use of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.). claiming that he himself had been greatly benefited by Its use In some lung trouble. I rewired tottrlt. my results are remarkable. Mycooenbts The left me, strrrjKth lt returned, and I weigh slxtr POUndS mere Miin tbf riM In mr life. Ithubren hree veau since I stopped the nse of the medicine, ha(1 no return of the disease, and there are V. " .N.T.T I UI weakness ten in my mass, j go me T.J.Holt. Montgomery. Ala., Jnne 25, 1E83. wlft'iSpeeiflc Is entirely resetable. Treatise on cnd 6kln Diseases malld free. i7S "l3Wr bPkrtno CO., Drawe'3, Atlanta, Ga.. or 23a Street, N. V. T 1 1083 BaoKcniTis is cured by frequent small doses of Piso't Care for Consumption. , n-- land-grabbe- rs Down East out for the Maine chants. singing-masters always look MUSTANG Survival of the Fittest. a FAMILY 1EBICIKK THAT --UIU0S8 BCB150 U Get the Best Ii a Rood motto to follow In baying a ipring medicine, IAS Msrellulneverrthhigelie. Brtheuolrern! MtU-fic- t bread-winner- ?, iron-dad- on It bu Riven, and by the many remarkable cores It has accompllshrd. Hood's Earsaparllla baa jrovtn Itself nnequ-le- d for butUlng up and strengthening the iTitem. and for all diseases arUing from or promoted by Impure blood. Do not experiment with any unheard-o- f and untried arfcle which yoa are told Is "Just a good," bat be mrcto get only Hood's Sarssr partlla. "I consider Hood's Sarsaparlllatbe best medicine I ever used. It gives me an appetite and refreablng sleep, and keeps the cold ont." Johx S.Fooo.lOS Spruce Street. Portland. Me. " I find Hood's Sarsaparllla the best remedy for Impure blood I ever used." M. II. Baxtsb. ticket agent. I. & R. Rd- - Bound Brook. X. J. "Hood's SaraararUla takes less time snd quantity to show Its effect than any preparation I eyer beard of." Mas. C. A. UcBBAiw, X. Chill. X. T. fft I EARS I lEUItB lEISJlTOLUilEJT BALK FOR EVERY WOCWD SI MAJI AXD BEAUT! FREE FARMS in TSZSSS 8SY5 "MENT Arre Ywfrful agricultural Parkin America. E.e.U,7.Pro"i'r'',I"lnlneI'ilninufacturlnB I'ARADIdr.1 Magnificent crops novbraaai5- - THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF Lands for sale to act ual settlers at saoo per j3?KTiln''-- 1i,,k l"liled by Immense canals. rorm.;i"ro, nttt- - ETery atlcntlonhownettltrs. Jmphleta. et c . address Color . 00 L sr lua nnx.SSU. LAND,uuJecltopre-empt!on saTluI i Thi Oldest ft Btst Linimtnt TEj MADE IN AMERICA. Si r H S AT.T.ST, AUGER THAW1VH. Hood's Sarsaparilla C rrepartd by Bold by all druggists. 1: stz for CO., Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass. L HOOD to Cut Off Horses' Wins. " UT" HALT --SanoTil Si?1""1 none, -. eJallaii.;. "PPeaoyanr "W-MPSSE- MR si renn-sylvan- ia 5Si.le2T radi C.jj-1?-8"',J0'' I'rdware IOO Doses Ons Dollar M Soldbyall and Harness, discount to the Prlce-ldsRochester. N.T. t, J and Beast. Its salea kvdawsirel luigci uiaui tici. iicures WswH SJII otners ran, ana penetrates ska. U and Rinacle. to tlie Tery bos. everywoerc The Mexican MtutsnaT UafBamt a. been known for morelhantnirty-tTej cars) aa me ueoi 01 aij AdBimeBlS, i: ",; - 4 t -- 4&. ' .,. liTfj:. w fc;ajM . $ J&J&M V. - ?; . H? ft. mjr fc. w ;&-- m It is with special pleasure that I.wo announce Uiat tuc enterprising limiiiiL'Cis of Citv Hall have she Big bargains in all kinds of Bnrdwell hasbedn s.electeil as cecded in arranging for . the ap- ' .. .. . . ,J. HrX-I'lHIIL'S. .1 TLico vjw,, liuuicumico llnni (It- the county scat oi me now coun- - neanince in tins cit ot tiio h.tn!im w Wuricn Dramatic Combinatic Choice CORNED RERlj at,ty of Carlisle. by J. and the Couiukk feels authorized 6 cents per pound, for sale movement is The oight-hou- r b I,r,ess . "11 ?ml by citisBe?8 W. Rogers. d windling rapidly. In nCnrl v nil heard this company, Bf ,ii.J" ,... thanks .. i We return most hearty j.1 !8 J"0 u,,. V10 wirt to Uio hulips. for their libcnil ap StnnicS to tio olrt tc..o IIIU91 ElUJIUlllli UUlll(lilil , lllilb UNCI preciation of our beautiful line of iami ten hours pay plan. On ,., ; rtl,; - Tii;,,mc i appealed in Hickman. open inMonureas uoous, - miring wiu ii.k B day night next they the l.ltiivii 1I l.n.l ... tmtitnnLA T...M " Mnnl. HUCK. UU II1HU IliHl illl "'-""- ' UUUlllil,.ll.'..iitncllin,...-.nu .v.nc..'.". JJilM . vi ., very popular Jriih Drama, its- - MUaMMHAMSMkl 1 rTtirifc iT -- " i yrttlrtj&XxjrtTt&iyr&;i-;rt'rixv:- i CITY ITEMSQ ..- - LOCAL NEWS. t, T, tyleu. Pnst. H. BUCHANAN, Y i fc". v II. Ti. AT.tJtlVnrm r..7. ""...l.1UHH OUH ANNOUNCEMENTS. FCU CIRCUIT .IUDGEi Wo arc authorized to announce C. L. UAN DLK, of Fulton county, art .1 camli-tim- e :t for Circuit Judge Election in Atl-gu- T.. . HIC&M&I iiicsciiAar in Y. 1 m w next -- I K 1 o...J Inslia-vogu- e, found in other houses." b j Alexander & Maxwell. in Summer 'Coats, a Plant's. Being full up on these goods for Men and Boys, wo are offering for 3.1 cents a Coat worth 75 cents; for 50 cents a Coat worth $1.25: for $1 a Coat worth $3. Call and seo for yourselves. A big bonanza th of property and loll!'r , nunureu lives. several Tim nhnmra of railrnmi wiiifro ' is to bo made from Martin to Me-- , (Keuzic on May2Sth, from M:Ken- zicto Nnshviiloon tlio 20tli. "! from Nashvillo to Chattanooga on the 31st. On tho 30th through trams win iesnmo iuniiinr into ion . with Mr. H. L. Seymour, Miss Warren's leading support, as Brian McCuire, and Miss Warren " Biddy, the Cute Iiish girl. Tlie rendering of this piece by this company has not only been re- ceived elsewhere with satisfaction, but with enthusiasm. During their stay hero 'The 'Jieket-of-Leave- FOR COMilONWllATrn'S ATTOKXEY. Wc ftro authdriicl to announce CIIAS. II. TIDUAS, of McCraokcii county, as a candidate for re election 10 tlte office of we respect full V solicit the patronage Common wealth's Attorney ftr this Judicial Being regularly Organized "id ready for business District. B.cction in August, of ali. All colllections made for depositors free of rhaic. Approved or four months, discounted at the We are authorized to announce J 0H5 paper running three rate of S per cent, per annum. K. IIENDItlCKS, of Livingston county, a" a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's A tttrney, in this, the First Judicial District of Kentucky. Election in : August next. It, T.TVLEH. II. BUCHANAN. aCO.B.TIIRELKELD. CIIAS BALT55ER. We are aitliorizcd to announce SAMUEL It. M. ALEXANDER. L L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. JOHNSON CUOSSLAND, as a candidate for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney in thin, the First Judicial District of Kentucky. CAPITAL 850,000. 10. IDIIELjBOTOKS sbadstjartb T ffsf1' PS G'JEi, -- rrlKf sr? Tx&r f "i. , 3rala,a2 mMaa TJ&& 'ZGU HWS SIBAOlg&D 3 W THE OLD EELIAftLE irirli , guarantee to save you 50 per cent, on these goods. Want a No. 1 Spring Waoron, at the lowest price, call on J. W. ltOGEKS, "We tory, died, at his homo in East Iliekman, Monday, and was buri-m- l TiiPRtbiv nvnin bv tlir Knights If you are needing any Gro- - 0f Honor of which institution he fceries, it will pay you big, to slop Was a member only 5 or 0 weeks, and post yourself at Alexander & l Ho was an industrious,- sober.' Maxwell's. Thev are making verv worthy citien. and leaves a wife' and two children to mourn his extraordinary low price. -fc Ifjou Ilickmau. Mr. John Gregory, late, a foreman in the Iliekman Pump Fac- ist juu, am perhaps other popular pieces will be presented. Wo need only ndd that it is reported that Mr. George Warren, will bo cast in ! mu-iv. Insha-vogue- ?J 4 elf m Q)w1 H! &A for county Judge. We are authorized to announco B. F. EASLCY as a candidate for the office of AfTr Tf r si Jm ir" gi taa.Bgaai 11 j- - JU i'3i ni frii 9 UUsf The company is billed for tbree nights onlv. P. S. Hickman has tho prospect of i new railroad, or rather two. but whether thev will nuitoriiilizp. intn y BY ALL, THAT w 7 In Brownsville, Tenn., advising as to FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. the probability of Hickman aiding We are authorized to announce Judge in building a rail- and R. S. M URUELL, as a candidate for the roau irom iliekman to urowns- office of County Attorney, at the (fnsuing ville, Tenn., and from Brownsville August election. JLN2D TECE1 on to Ship Island on the Gulf of Mexico. In this same connection, CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. probably, tho talk in St. Louis We are auhorized to announco T. M. milrnml mrnlnc ;a ln- - ,i,l .w.f.-.-FRENCH, as ft candidate for re election to asB Perfect-fittin- g Custom-madCloth-- 1 'streets nicely graveled, burial as to" extending the Iron Moun- the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton ITJ3.JP5A!, 7 18&6. ing. county. Election in August, grounds kept clean and turfed. tain to the Mississippi at Hick DEALtK Don't fail to observe the ele- - atm tnc pi'ivate lots kept bloom- - man for the purpose of colinec- - in the city are to be found at the New Store of COUNTY COURT CLERK. d j" . UL gant values at 8.50 and 10, in ! W. V. We are authorized to announco ' . V?! "" to DRUGS, Men's Suits. They are calculated TAYLOR, as a candidate for T " ,i- ,.;... . i'V. " i"'""- - j. VZA." fAliYR' AKD ng uuuuii.il ouiiii v -'- vMuiiuimiu,iu. uii.l iiiiu iv"'n.i ij the office of County Court Clerk of Fulton to make von smile with ov. which should characterize every submits a statement of facts as county. Election m August, 18SG. Alexander & Maxwell. good community in memory of its they are talked, with tho sugges-lovcssr: & Ian: -- tvt9 FOR SHERIFF. commit-tion that our enterprising citizens dead For the best line of Gents' nlty which ones. That respects' ought and s to lie alive to their own honors Wo arc authorized to announce W. A. ttS" PRESCR IP TIONS C A R K F J 1. . 1 Footwear, go to Plaut's, for it is courouNbEbi -- j to SHUCK, as a candid au for dead, proves its own title to terest in this, matter. by all that they have no conceded A complete New Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, tho office of Sheriff of Fulton county. honor competition in this line. 'JLry the ' Tin-- and respect fiom the living. t . mi th; :ibsuu win i. i biui--Ino iounu Lite Slmn.. Hntliiiur TTMs. A'c. ill front vnrietv. Evervthilll? to be found Election in August next. tastefully kept Hickman "tl7. P 1 W. L. Douglas with the nu- icement of B. F. Kasley, as in a fnt-claDry Goods IJoube. Every article fre.sh and new. No FOR JAILER. shaw & Plnut "iioP Fverv ,,.,ir al grounds, together some plan. .. Candida v frrtln nfliim rT W"U1I ' v..t ""iv-- v "1 '.ni old styles. .merous 1111111111111:111a, n'n.i,bi1 "Vc are authorized to announce JAMES w t Judge. Mr. h.ialey is one of some simple, some costly, some We" invite an inspection of our goods, confident we can please you, P. TAYLOR a3 a candidate for Jailer of Ellison & Co. have the rare, some unique, placed heie the oldest citizens of the county, and guarantee the very lowest prices. Smith, Fulton county, at the ensuing August election. handsomest line of Men's Youth's,1 and there to the memory of loved has tilled the ofliee of Sheriff one Boys' and Children's Clothing, in ' ones, challenges the admiration of or more terms, the office of Mag-th- e We are authorized to announce TIIOS. DEALERS IN city, and at lowest prices. strangers and the love of home istmte, and other places of public V. WALLACE, ni a cindidatc for tion to the ofnee of Jailer of fcullon coun- DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and ScHbol Supplies. Call and seethein. They can sae folks one toward the other, and trust, and always with credit and .Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, ty. Election in xVugust next. far surpasses that of any village satisfaction. Ho is well qualified you money In Clothing. Call and sec us; we will bo pleased to phow our goods. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OIl, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical use. by experience and capacity. For cemetery in all our knowledge, . W0 are authorized to announce GEORGE We also carry a complete? 6tock of Groceries, Quecnsware, ITaruess, L CARPENTER, a a candidate for the e H.BUCnAAVSis tueonlyjyeaiiy J11 the stones and monu- - many years ho has withdrawn AGENTS FOE THE etc., at lowest prices. in Hickman that has the' Inents on theso grounds are the self from public affairs, been office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elec the Sign across the street. in August next. Bryan & Brown's ecl- - Work of Mr. IS. C. Knmnge's Hick gaged in farming, ami is now, we to sell tion JtScc ebrated make of Ladies' and Miss- - man Marble Works, some of them understand, induced to seek this FOR COUNTY ASSESSOK. cb Men's and Boys' Shoes the' not 0nlv bcaiitifnl but costly the office by the partiality of fiionds A. We are authorized to announce JOHN ' best in the world. lAmberg's, Tvler's, Landrnm's, who desire to seo him again in TIDWELL, as ft candidate for the office J. Gardner's, and others, and it will public life. In the old time he of Assessor. Election in August next. RulllinA T.Hlm TinoiKj fro-ot ,sir thli lrmoiiy and serious- was a very popular man in Pulton He We are authorized to announce .1. S. mess of this .article to sayUhut this county, aud is no doubt as richly BON DU RANT, a3 a candidato for the of lwi.w "iu ;,lftl,t0,1 i flocni-vilirnrllillliirit V nnV ;i ;t Llection m Aufice of County Assessor. Swiss Embroideries, Jnckonet kill and excellent any time in the p.ist. He will gust next. Tncnrtinrrc Oriotitnl Til- - Mr. Ramage's our beautiful We are authorized to announce W. B. pir. nliPfin Lncns. P.irosnlfi. F:ms. ' WOllvlliaiiSlIU) for inct nlfi!Pd in make a strong race." . r ' UOIlti, as a candidato for the office of Ascemetery. TTn tins &c.; at Plant's. ' Young business men should tliA nipm. of Fulton county. Election in Ausessor it iiinmiiiimii in e i"f anu active in iiaue, oui gust next. Just received from Xew York,1 orv of our late -r We are authorised to announce J. O. A. in ihycsi- ITnts and Bon- - E. T. Gardner, of fine Italian mar-net- s (iruiiciit. aim a large line of new COOPER, as n candidate for re election to tnciiiR, aim moreover avom uc-- t 11 feet from base, flith the : also, a beautiful lot of French 4 of feiiWi rikU MUdasaUisyi the officenext.County Assessor. Election in Flowers. Tu fact you will find Anjjel of Memory pcerinp: from its moralization from too much assoAugust las a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware every shapanrt color known in height in melancholy eagerness ciation with old fogies men who Vi'c are authorized to announce Q. M. T. which are offered at ONE PRI E, and that the verv lowest the market continually harp that trade is ru-- ! the millinery market in my stock, upon the grave, and with one hand Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States. SALMON, as a candidate for the office of justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. holding the folds overall open ined, prospects dark, &c. It is Election in August uall aud examine for yourself. County Assessor. dark to them, and their old fojry L'SE,) AT COURT-H(OFFICE Mks. Jo;;::s. urn. The fold, of tin) io'e are nc.it. We are authorized to announce D. E. so nicely wrought that the eye methods of business has made it apr9 ELTCEIIMIAJSn SZ"3TLadies don't fail to see AlexPATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. is real dra so, but there is more than that in ander & Maxwell's line of Import- fein believes that ittnas. an can their talk 'hey know enterprise, Election in August next. pery, of their deaths, . ..n.,,..:,... ,i ed Dress Goods. They can show oliicrnl and wondersItttit fclll'Il- 'ill'll 1:....- itiit- .11111 1;..,, ttuuii, iit l.iuu 11 oi Itesjjcct ing in theinorder common figure. and Resolutions inu one .' Iifl PUBLIC SCnOOL SUPERINTENDENT. ou goods which other houses do iilQLi AI&A.I 4illl IIL e them and carry Your Ivecrological in cite and exquisite s! ajie. Thio ir.i . eriroin younger houses, it to Adopted by the Southwest Ken- and tender sorrow hatecommute?,report love Wo are authorized to announce CIIAS. not carry. and the also to liow for the ofmonument is the equa'.. if m t the ne ye as a B. know theaii Seo if they tucky Medical Association, in ses- names of Drs James A. .Maxwell, J. J. ficeKINGMAN, school candidate shall d Superintendent of aud of Public Ask to see the Genuine Freuch most beautiful, in design May 11, 1SSG, to Harris, II. G Icbell and C S. Urun&on, as sion in Tadueah, August nest. grounds. AltoKether, adveitise. Shoe at $3.50, for Ladie-- . !& hating died, while in Ihe discharge of Fulton county. Election in deceased members : wo congratulate our City Fb..mtp. their professional duties, in full memberauthorized to announce Prof. Wo arc Only found at Alexander Sr .Max- The Kentucky Legislature ad As we look around iw wo see gome faces ship Soeietv, and in the full noonTAMEd H.SAUNDERS, as a candidato aim i:.i.uiii journed fine lte, Wednesdaj, after that arc not here. They have gone to tide iivthis usefulness and professional for well's oj their to the office of County nud dutiful care for being in schsio 1 110 days. Tho people the pale nations of the deid. As reputation. While living, their places School Superintendent. Election in Au you want to fit yourself n our cemetery. If callll, deliberate judgment of lllC their deathly spirits are now immortal were well and ably filled here ; now that gust next. 3b bint, or in a real nice 'laitor-maii- e Beyond, so their formsare they hearts and .....,!i i ; .;il i. n'.'n,.n.n.nn it jliiii in in in iiiniiiiii.ii ii. ..ltrJin the cre.it tlif -mnninrv of thoo whom work are no more, a void in our and strong frpfth in odd Pants, at a big ban am, go to has been made, that time Jlost V.X.C 'llont. gether bad. It made some good .mr D- - G. PARK, The cloouent and grcit necessity, can alone All. Plaut's. .T.J. Atkins Chief of Police, Knoxville, laws, failed to do some things it we survev. hearted Singleton, with facile pen and Ruolred, therefore, that a memorial XOJ Drop in and see the rush at c:.'J: ' ..t J. ",, iu,.f mwiieiiK. oucht to have done, and has beon generou oul, ifl not here. The noble page be set apart whereon shall be written dignified and good Maxwell, with model he names, and the births and the deaths Alexander & Maxwell's. They Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption; ' the best abused Legislature in the SS?Drawinf;s, Plans, full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and enlirs it AY FIELD, - - AT. worth and splendid mien, is not here Aud are doing the business because they Laving found it to he all that you claim. history of the State, but in suin- - the useful surgeon and splendid physician, of thcc dead brothers cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. -. Jons L Dismckes, lesiuy 10 it iii ud its frreatest error Thompson, whose spirit and counsel ever 'tor it, . . , In Actt cl'ractlce Since JInrcIi, 1S77. make me pnce. commende,! it ,mjr r . J. G. Brooks, e 0 f. . was, not in corruption or extrav-- I pervaded this body is not iiere. Three of "W. W Richmond, Com Dr. Kings WILL practice in all the counties of the r it at every opportunity TT TinniT l W sa. sl'm he I"i-- e Discovery for Consumption Buar agancc, but in remaining in session the raireet stars in all our number lie O. B. Withers, New First Judicial District, and in tbo Appel (deeping, near by, in yonder graveyard, but Will 8ell gOOd8 at from ten to nfMIi , rnre Coughs. Colds. Bronclulw too long. Cha$.K. Lixiso. late Courts of Kentucky. they yet live within our hearts. Their f.wAntv ner cent, chenner than anv tnUn Crmm mu pvcrv affection of. septlS-l- y spirits hover over ui now, and they watch Y. .TJ. C!. A. Council !rocceliiiS. Other house in this section Of Throat, Chest and Lung Trial Bottle? 1. .ptfliin flito ftir.ln lnft An.1 J.IVlTlIIIBBARD. M-D.- . ill meet at 3 o'clock, Sunday bchIndi nd wUh anxiou3 eyesWatchour country. We think he will, as he Tree at c . a Holcomhe's Drug Store. Hickman, Kv.,May IS, 1SS6. evening, at the Methodist church. coming together, and grow brighter now always docs just what lie says ho professional services to the peoCouncil will An. TTn iilsr kjitk flint, lift will Subject. for discussion : Christian we have come. What though the graM is Councilmcn met. Present, Mayor French; Offers his ple of-- Hickman and vicinity. Cole, Witting, Ilogers, Fethe, The . chance to secure an ap; Hnnrno-oTho mnmhnrR aro onr. PPrincing above their graves and the light . diRonnnt nil ndvertised nricP.s. and Officc at the residence of Dr. C. II. W . VV.....WW ...V ...WVVW ." aim teara Hickman and' nestly reqneste(i to 00 rpqpnt winils .!.we piginng aDove mem, .i.M. w..n. Hertweck and Ramage. last meeting were Ipropriation for the you can bet he will do it. . The minutes of the 1I.J. .1. ..nIIn.. cum iiiu , ,v , Columbus harbors, stands about' An aro invited to attend y ounD waier Hie wj,nB mus uitheir vaiiuv iiiut mm reau, approved and signed. upon bj j coffins: still the ASK to see our ah ooi this wnv: After (Jant. bionc nau , n(.i.;.iiir ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. warm hearts of their medical brethren, in SOTICS. Men's Suits, at $8.50, worth $12.30 jjotten Hickman and ColumbnsJ A. McDaiuel ' Seo'y. tears and sympathy, beat responsive to The following accounts were presented, All persons holding claim3 against the an appro-- j . friends, and tie and being properly approved by the finance "in other houses. both, into the bill, for their countrymen and are The steamer IJuckoyo State loved ones of their firesides. Even now committee, on motion, wer allowed, and estate of B. F. Thomasson, deceased, same Alexander & Maxwell. priation of 623,000 each, an amend ' respectfully notified to present the AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: .! " 'he, evening swung round on while the hours move in solemn shadows checks ordereJ issued for tho amounts; once, properly proved, for settlement. Ladies are invited to sec meiit was made . opiiiUeJ(l v the -Tc ending 8th, inst .$15 00 at Iliekman, Kv., March, lvtli, loso. Street pay for week tho Hickman across the dial of Time, like TBXED A2TD " " ' r " 15th, " .. 6S50 j j oureieganbuiSpa oiriwiPuua.. sissippi j river heIow Gairfj to be wharf and knockeda hole into her carrying their loved forms through A. A. FAUIS, Powell & Uro., for plow &c 1150 We have all the new shades in S1,cnt on tiJ0 Lnjce Providence, hull about twelve feet long and Administratoh. rilCENIX.of ITartford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; IIARTFORI? halls all draped in mouurinc, to the 1250 Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, Tans.r Chocolates.j Heliotroncs.- etc. !.,,.i. tint,i TMm.. "Prtint rnneli.i ex t rkiin tnnt .. ... Tlift tilrkt fii "v-- i dead past. But thev have left their names T. F. Wilburn, building shed lint. i ...u I'"-- " .ww .iiiaift j.vi.v LEAVK OP "' FOR SAXE. Mn.A1A. T)i- luijjcu- Al.ni- ...n siiui) uu liiiriiiia sumciem. iu huui ' rrMIl tu ' W..V.to tf.o bar on tuo iMissouri side and memory enshrinedgoodness in thehearts, Councilman WittingABJEXCC a leave .n.? on AND THE iuuilatest styleniiiu wu suoh as can- -j eept. to waste works nn "" fTSt - just in time to prevent a total like the siUer cord of within our black was granted already begoods, only ing 200,000 feet dry Cypress Building surge cloth of sorrow "a glory and a of absence for three months, and the Maywreck in deep water. or appointed Councilman Ramage chair- and Fencing Lumber. Also, 100,000 RiffiigSrfENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. beauty unforgot " Re it then not be found outside the larger cit gun. TiiisamonumeiH afp" Resolved, That it is mete we here ofler man of street committee during tho ah Cypress Shingles. Hickman and Columbus kills the 1CS. BONDURAKT & DREWRY. Office, U Moore& Ajanilrum's Drug Store. A meeting of the citizens of the tribute of respect and affection dne soncc of Odutijllman Witting. appropriations; but the Hickman AI.EXAKDEU & JI.VXWELI, marl2 their crcat worth and many virtues, and SALOON LIffENSE. and Columbus amendment is to Tfiolrmmi. fRHPr.i;illr flin luisiiiocs drop herelhe Application was made in open Council jind tho men and shippers, is requested at regret over our tea,r,of sinccr BOrrawand the last of the eection FRTZ SCpOEDER, for license to retail and ,,,., t v.v, ....... ........ .... amendment referred to comes in Pirv TInll Mnmlni, ot au ,,. m .ft iinnirnt. hat thnnrrli ine lneilil nnd by Brown & Shaw vinous and malt liquors. FIXE SIfOES. tipple spirituous, - j express tho sense of this commu- - graceful pen of the bigsouied, loving. On motion, the Clerk was directed to issue near the middle just after namUnfilfB FAS53IOXAISjLE We ask a trial of our Ladies', $. r.i said license, the applicants being required tllO WIIOIO atnouni appropmi- - nity as to inu uuumng oi a oridgC' gcncroH-- aim Boys' Custom-mad- e (ing Misses', Men's and Mississippi nver.'atui .ur. uy tne Illinois . first to comply with the law and ordinance BOOT AND Rgi Kauroau oucf "'V Shoes, which for style, fit ted to chairman of thiscominit-- ; across the Ohio uentrai aa provided in such cases. at or near Cairo. Willis, "81 SHOE And durability, cannot be excelled. teo, contends that tho Hickman Lveryb dy mvited to attend. , VPt frMh and ereen within our On motion, Council adjourned. .j;ni SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow W. L. McCUTCIIEN, C. C. Attest, They are made specially for us by land Columbus appropriations are 7 hearts, and like the dewa of heaven upon and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , Jas. Baum & Co., St. Louis, whoso not killed bv it. It is owing to UOv. 1S.UOU Uas appointed the beautiful flower, our eye? still drop the s5?Satisfaction guaranteed. (O)- work is tho best how the Secretary of War con Hon. I. A. Spanldillg Itailroad tear of love and regret "at his untimely custom-mad- o April. Itucltlcn's Arnlcii Salve. tnaflA in St. LoiHS. EttTXt voir is pt.!dcath, and over a grave where so much The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts, We aro assured, how Commissioner vice Hon. . J. J... strnes it. wo willKotonaaa,nend- - Boone, deceased: and Mr.A. li worth ia enshrined Sores, Ulcers, J. L. er, that RuolceJ, That though the many manly BruiseSiTetter, Chapped Salt Rheum, Fever G. "iTnn' 'vou' WilEKE CAS BUY A SUITABLE PRESENT AT IT Hands, - J.. of yother. ForJ "L only by v ment m the Senate to provide Lemons a membervice State Board and noble virtues of our Maxwell lie si- Sores, anu an bkin Lruptions, Chilblains hi REA1C VALUE? ATTORNEY Af LAW and posi no C. 0. Coul- lent in the grave, we love his memory still, Corns, cures that "nothing in tho section ap- of Equalization Piles, or no pay required. It tivcly & Co. s Smith, Ellison Collector, Real Estate Agent and will ever endeavor to emulate his Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beauti propriating money to the lissis-sinn- i ter, deceased. "that deathless part of him who died is guaranteed to cive perfect satisfaction, ful and varied stock. HICKMAN, KY. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. shall ho construed tfo !prctoo soon !" o Pasturage. The Methodist General For sale by C A. Holcombe vont tho amount named1 in thel t Will attend promptly to all bual Retolved, now in session in .Rich- knife of our That though the scalpel and, ncss entrusted him in Southwcstcri Good Clover pasturage 62.00 bill for ITickinan and Columbus useful and painstakingThomp-sonKentucky and Northwestern Tennessee elected four new Bisharo forever laid aside, and he moves For Sale, per head for horses and $1.50 for from being spent at thoso'pliiccs." mond Va.,W. Specialattcntion given to the invesliga Duncan, of S. C, C. no more among u, he i3 not forgotten, but At Tho. R McMahan's farm, near IlicV-mStrong. Capt. Stone has managedvonr in- ops. W. S. cows at new store, Fuqua & DeUow's old stand, has an endless vaiety cf tion of Land titles, and the purchase B. Galloway, of Miss., E. 11. Hen- only sleeps hero in hearts where tho memKy. in this bill withlaarkcd terests TJan8 8le of Real Estate. JJooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeterics of all styles' and finish Pens S. ory of his life ia cradled rocked lo rest SWEET rOTTOES. CAKFfiTS. ability and ceaseless vigilance, dricks, of Mo., aud Dr. Jos. here in tho fevered brain of life's fitful, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cuees, Cards, &c.y &c, Pencils, Port-folio- s, Southern Queen. transient dreamers. Call and see aur line of Carpets. which is gratefully felt "and ap- Key, of Ga. "JFETHE'SJSALOON. and Toys in endless variety Yellow Yam. Jletolved1 That though like bright gleamThe greatest variety in tho city. preciated. Tho noted case of Hugh M. ing stars their lives have forever gone Bermuda. A PliEASAXX RESORT. Velvets, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brooks, alias V. TI. Lennox Max down beyond ths western hills of time, CAtJBAr.E All sorts. All Brussels, All Wool, Au OIl Citizen SpeahiC well, charged with tho murder of their example in focused light yet stream Tomatoes All sorts. FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Supers, Wool Filling, Mr. J. M. Norris, an old ttiident of Wool, Preller at the Southern down the fading hours of the dcid past, CAflurLowEU Paris and London. Tobacco, of the best brands. &K. to hearts Chanjpioij rjarveslers. Kale Scotch, German, etc., clc. Cocoa and JNapier flatting, btraw Rome. Ga.. say? that he had beet badly Hotel, St. Louis, tho 7th of April, their beam3 freighted with love were Patronaco solicited. responsive here. These three Prices aplace, accotding to market. nov 11-- tf Matting, Hemp, Oil Cloth, &c.,&c, troubled with Kidney Coraplaintfe a ig n(nv in pro,, of I death t nntni i.i uuieuitueu uosL'n)i Shoe for Ladies and Misses, are The careful, considerate ami found only at Plaut's, as they arc tasteful manner in which tho Hickexclusive agents. The bestVear- ing Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, man cemetery is now. kept, in :i.. ious wuu, the most comfortable Shoo ever ,sucn pleasing contrast a Bold in nickman is the testimony "Cgiceteu condition oi ie" ears jback. descres not only special of all who have tried them ' s notice but the highest commenda-- ' H. BTJCHAXA'Sis the only ti0,N being as it is a proper tribute house in Hickman that has the1 to the moral, intellectual and reli- Tight tO Sell Ackerlaild & WvlCl'S nimiL tnn nC nun enr.intV. Tim rri. n iiiu A . j I rGalitv or subside with - rcunins to be &een. A leading factory owner in Hickman, this week received a letter from inr, tnll.-- , im cdttiss ft County Judge. Election, Monday, August 1, 18SG. Ity nnthority wo annonncc T. B. a a candidate for Count? Judge ot Fulion county. Election, Monday, August 1, 1886. We are authorized to announce J. NAY LOR, as a candidate for tho office of County Judge of Fulton county. Election in August next. W'e are authorized to announce D. W. DICKINSON aa a candidate tor JnJge qf the Fulton County Court. Election in August next. FEIt-1JCLL, ARE STILL IN THE RING, With the best elected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman. Their" prices are below any competition. (We 'all preach low prices.) But just drop in and see for yourself, and you will be convinced that we ur -- rivmer vou facts. u Uiosc wlio nave uone themselves the injustice of buying before call-n- g at our store would do well to bear these facts No trouble, but ifplcasare, for us to show ami mice vou out- - iroodfk Big bargairiMMHKuiincnt. Come and sec. in-min- TCQHR elOsroigs. c& c?o--- . ""Fwip "" Latest Styles, e LOW THE OLD RELIABLE CIIAS. A. n '1UJ 8, "" JZ: ?" ! $hLJh in-it- Millie s: MaMW d - s: . , 1 n , .. ss XDIEtTTCr WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. re-el- him-hous- en-rig- ht f n ! T. M. FRENCH, WHITE SEWING MACHINE PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY. JS?&?JJ?Ti:ia1S ....v.., u.i-u..1. - ,. r ZE&EXjXJklEI "Rilo-itifT- LEI fellow-townsma- n, .- , fiiiSs tisiatsay j , O j - ROOFING A SPECIALTY. . ,,-:- n ..i-,- OT-lilf ..-- j i lin-Ki- to iiji .. J. D. MILLARD & SON, teds.Eiii im Cnilni!bnf HICKMAjST, .,t 1 1 1 1 I KENTUCKY. -- ue-irei- o .- -- V j , .i INSURANCE. i I ! W..W-. . I ... . ! LANDBUM & DAVIS, he Mis-!6orn- It pall-bearer- s, mem-orie- 's TIMS FERE TESTED. -- - ,l. -- ln I J. 1 -- . ing-ncari- ZZZAZt MAI n UM,mf Stfttaaw j k Note. ?Z w m "Xr -- ! HANDLE. I vir-tuc- Con-fepne- MRS. JENNIE GARDNEP , an, 3-pl- 2-pl- y, H.A. R ' , in the many years and with Eczema fcr three . year?; at times could scarcely walk and city, Mr. John Witting left Tueshad tnea many remeaics wittiot(beneut, & Co. SniTn, until he began taking Electric Ulters and day night for a three month's tour anointing hi hands and feet witfc Buck-len- iu Europe. Arnica Salve. This treatmiianbrd-e- d . Chicago had better change its hiinfireal relief and hastrongly recomThere is no longer any doubt Stune "Of .liatur Jeff Davis to a sonr mends Electric Bitters to alkwko sufTer tipple tree," and swing up a few with Kidney Complaints, or necd:a Blood about the marriage of President . " v: Cleveland, Burifier.-TSol- d by C. A. HolcombJ? - - -- - aarchistc? at lower prices than anywhere Ellison V " -- -- oi our among the founders ma Society, neighbors and warm personal A-. id. friends to each other aud u, and followed mn closely each other to the shades beyonil the PHYSICAN AND SUR6E0N, Dark River, it i3 therefore mete that they should oecupy together one common page LOWER and LOWER. KENTUCKY HICKMAN, Be it then ordered, thatono memorial pae All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. his Professional Services lo bo reserved in the Eccord Book of this Society, where their names and the dates of as cheap :ib the cheapest. 1 will not be tbo citizens of Uickmau nnd vicinity, JOHN WlTIiNG. their births aid deaths be written, follow- - J undersold j anl6-'S- 0 rtr DR. -- A.. FlHIS- ATtGnMYS AT LAW, Ball Joint and Light Steel Mowers, Twine Binders, and Droppers. The CIIAM IIICKJrAN, KENTUCKY PION is the only STEEL MOWER CTcr Machines lower than produced. Will sell any of equal quality. attend to1 atf business eTi'iNe4 HELM BROS, their care.- New 5eP4t- - "iceman, Kj", OSce Furniture Facfory." aar26 novS.'78 - - - WILL &&&, Wf- - 1 - 'l cgrTTJTWWafgSBSasSS8SE "Z I f :s .- t - IJr--T.-- . t'-t- ilsltiElfiiH . TLT.B09Cr7-"Z(- B t .!VaiLlfJifiIBMr:j!UVU JT'J!,r-iCJaiTTr".' MatwadCg S$r V r first-clas- ? if-- . s and re H. BUCHANAN has now got his Spring and Summer Stock all in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties inall lines, and is all liable, and will be offered for sale at prices that will please all. Call and examine my Goods and get my prices, and you will see at once that I can and will sell Goods at from ten to twenty per cenc. cheaper than any other house in this section of country. W where you can get the Best Goods for the least money that place is Buchanan's. Don't forget that H. Buchanan is the man that keeps the prices down and holds them there, lleturning my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for their very liberal u t patronage bestowed on me in the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. .QU FB $?.& T -- . ? s. 'V ijr iVJfef -- r- byr tilied that Lcc was not bright, and SALE AND LIVERY STABLE given to boastful threats, &c. Tins summary embraces the The President of tho United1 The numerous vetoes which Sadie Dockery Held to Answer & President Cleveland . has been 1U leading inculpatory ovidonce power States has the Charge of Murder. KENTUCKY STREET, making lately in pensions and othbrought out by the prosecution, and less influence 'tlian any other; er constaatlj on hand for hlr but it is claimed that the State constitutional jjulerjn the world.' to things has called my attention KEErS sale the history of tho veto power. Janie3 Wilkerson, Her Father, will bo ablo to make a stronger This sounds ti&aradox, but it For Appellate Judge, HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. case before tho Circuit Court. is thcyUgHifesideu's civ- This is tho greatest prerogative of Having purchased the stable, hores and Lee Wiikerson,-He- r the President, and it was much Tho defense was bo conducted as "ver four and enure outfit of W. B. Plummc r --CASWELL BENNETT, il appufJJJMWIIIr tho army more respected in Uimch past tlian to Corce tho Stato to develop its firoter Discharged. vre propose to continue the business, and thousand in f.Vih.W to of Livingston County. proof, without developing tho solicit patronage and navy lists. His power of se- it is now. Until tho days aof Ani For Superior Court Judge, No crime has been committed points of the defense. lection 'is untnunmeled by snp-- j drew Johnson no veto of PresiThe Court, after hearing the tesW- DIESTELBFvIlsrK posed party obligations or tradi- - dent was ever overruled, and tho in Fnlton connty for many years days were President JAMES H.BOWDEN, tions of usage, as many of Presi-- 1 jit s I ai li m fearly Mit i l.mlln it veryI past which aroused so high and timony, and argument, adjudged IST . n n it unia imsauu g0 cenerai excitement as tne kiii- - to hold Mrs. Sarah Jane Dockery dent Cleveland's nominations have uncim duuut int of Todd County. jfgkSl ov uonirress. Lntotnc (lavs ot ; rn; wiii-m-cm-i si i.v on the charge of murder, and orAf m. E3EHil proved. The advice and consent "5 51 John Tyler there had been only her step.daughtcr. Mrs. Sadie dered the release of James W. T Veto River Approprlniton. of the Senate, interposed by tho ' twenty vetoes, although 0,000 leg- - nftni.nrv .,,,,1 n, ...crowd and Lee Wilkorson. Public opinaw Constitution as a chock upon the rl.ti'jknlijllft-trkai-rjtlslv .'wxsa.ka Tho dispatches to tho daily pa- Executive, is seen to limit but wM.tinc uuw uiiu uct-- Imogen uui- - tjmt j)eviai,8 ever gatiiercu in ion scorns to ondorso tho Court's apace 0 NOtrouble to name all articles, bnl no to show goods, pers represent that President slightly tho President's choice. ing mat tune, ut tiiese twenty- -- iTInUmaii to attend a trial, assem-eigh- t decision, not thinking tho eviwere on bills of little mipor- l)e(1 Jlt tho colut.hoiiPO Friday, dence sufficient to hold tho two andome and ace, at the corner of Troy Senate rejects one of his Cleveland will veto the River and If the and Moscow Avenue. East Hickrarn, K7 tance, ami tney urn not cause ro- to select hear tho tes- - men on, but there aro some dis- Harbor appropriation bill, and wo nominees he has butacceptable an- math. The remaining vetoes re- - iaml Saturday last, toand the argu-- j seniors, witnesses person who is timony of to sincerely hope it is true. These other The initiative and tho ulti- lated chiefly to the Bank of tho inent8 0f layers in the case. The Tnn JIUnDEBESa. him. dispatches represent that the Presi- mate choice rest with tho Presi- United States, the question of in-- , evuininh u:in was llljl(1 before PRINTED NUKCH ORGANDIES Sarah anc Dockery, tne pris PRINTED urrell, tho State oner held for this fearful crime, R s In a stato of politics ternal improvements, ami tlio dent "looks at the bill through Xew dent. tnbution of public lands among by York spectacles," and they might wherein the offices are the visible the States. Gen. Washington be5n rel)rescted A.' Judge A.D. appeared in court with her two P. Estes, and littlo children, Kingman and .Mr. and appeared, stake in the elections, it is ineviH. O. add, if ho does veto it, that ho made two vetoes, and one of these tlie iefcndants by II. A. & K T. throughout the trial, supremely ' table that the President's power, was (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) of the bill reducing the army 'p ver looks at it like a majority of the whether fully exercised or not, indifferent to tho proceedings or All kinds of ,nimit nitumntinw to riro in the result. She does not deny people who live on tho great Miss- will have a marked eftect upon of the United States in 1797. This STAPLE AND MNCY GROCERIES issippi. Tho Hickman Coukie the course of political events. was very unpopular, and it was detail the testimony o? witnesses, the killing, but claims that she almost overruled by Congress. it nmv u0 stated that the killing of did it in She is a s has been an earnest aud honest By simply sitting still and holding Madison vetoed a bank'bill once, house, al bot sually kept in a Mrs. Mollie Wilkerson hy Mrs. very dark complected Indian look- on to his onormoTis power, Presi-- ' om prices. advocate of liberal appropriations dent Cleveland has practically and also ono providing for inter Sarah Jane Dockery, her step- - ing woman, and while ono would We have a large variety of white Dresa Goods, Laces and EmbroiderTEAS, for the Mississippi, but tho con- overborne a hostile Senate The nal improvements. .JacKsonvoto- - daughter, is not denied, and the judge her to be possessed of a ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mits, Best Hue of Ladies' and FXA'CY CAXD1ES, MiyCE-MZAAi"u-- L""v, circumstances of the killing were hery, uncontrollable temper, she Misses' I lose, Corsets, &c. evi iiuiu uui, PICKLES iu "1 current testimony of pilots, en- nominations are being confirmed, j We have a Gne assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e CRNBERTUES, HOMINY, OT.ITS proven to bo prettv much as re- - carries in her face nothing to mark gineers, river men of all grades not only without a statement of tw" Pierce used the veto nine times, I)0rte(, in ,ngt week's Couhiek.; her !ls innately vicious or mean. Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. and experience, and tho great his reasons for making changes, and Ijuchanan vetoed a home- - The attorneys for the defense on-- 1 As Custom-mad- e her two babies played inuo- but after a successful assertion stead bill which reduced tho price SS4 Clothing, latest style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, 3D 3C "WJ C 3 body of intelligent citizens who of his right to withhold the pa-- 1 ' tered the plea of not guilty for, centlv around her lap in the court Collars, Ties, Hand kerchiefs, &c. 2.j cents an y live on the banks of tho Mississip- pers upon which they were made. of the public lands to Sugar, 1oirecs, Soaps, fcc. lier on the el'argo of murder, aud room, her tenderness and Fresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. acre. ably fought every hig love for them excited feelings and pi, forces the conclusion and adTho effect of making the PresiSS-Wnot be undersold. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; very low. President Lincoln did not veto Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &3 mission that the work so far exe- dent a mere filler of offices, while bills which he did not like as a gen-or- intimation as to James Wilkerson, of compassion aud sympathy, and SOISTS. or Leo Wilkerson being accesso-- forced the audience to realize that gives him vast power, cuted, or attempted, is a giant it destroys his influence. impairs lie would send back or lie has tho thing. with tho objections he riesto the crime. The theory of whatover Use might be said or humbug, and good for nothing ex- no time to study or to practice bills IBICKMAN MARBLE WORKS their defense for Mrs. Dockory proven acainst her, that the one cept to squandou millions of statesmanship. The mere hear- had to them, approving of tho bill was not developed in this exami-- J redeeming virtue of loving her' HICKMAN, money. The wonder is, in view of ing of applications for appoint- - in general perhaps, and Congress ination, but on the final trial will children, shone out to her credit. KT. would obviate these objections by in-- , and tho flagrant failure and humbug, ment, or protests against them, supplementary legislation. An- probably plead intimated in some, SI10 maintained her manner of Efj trial, not insanity as difference iSi that there is any respectable num-- I absorbs allbythe time that is not drew Johnson's administration of the papers. In the evidence sometimes throughout the approaching silliness i the ceremonial obconsumed ber of Congressmen who will still servances and routine duties of was a continuous succession 01 it is proven that tuo killing was therein, until she was carried to - SOI DEALER IN advocate aud vote for it. Wei tho President's position. Presi- vetoes, and Congress ahiiost con-- 1 ,lono with a Loe iu the hands of! jail and separate from her chil- t.nuously passed tho bills over iIrs 1)ockerv aml that near tho dreu, (her gramdfathor taking suppose their idea is that tho Miss- - dent Garfield complained that he, Johnson's head by a Italian and American Marble s who luid been dealing with ideas siahl wonm,vvag fonmi a hciigc charge of them, rlimi cliA cnm. jasippt River Commissioner's plan and . .i ;. r MONUMENTS, TOMB AND OUAVB i. ,l i. .1 .i.. tuu tiu- - .pieieiy otoku (iuwu,uiui-.1 gau u 11 (1'iestions all his life found ? vote. It was during his minimis -.V will ultimate in some great scienti- time in tho White House to deal t ration that tho first veto was u.c, itiid is iissuiiuu uiiu. DEALER I 11. to agonizing motnorijSTONES. tense win prove tuai jira gnei, fic results, deepening tho channel, only with men-a(the deceased,) wont to fusing to tako any nourishment thuir "oluiiiis." overridden by Congress, and since received ane lot of Jlme HAVING Italian 3Iarble,.l ampr e, &c, but practical river men have The remedy for tins state of things then vetoes liavo generally held uie Mouse irom nor wasn-uiu- , ior several days. She nas eon- ood hedge axe, and made light on tinued despondent since her confound in any Utopian this is not to be pared to fill all orders. Call and exa in their plan. do confidence Mrs. Dockerv, and Mrs. Dockery finement in jail, but her despond- ur work. plan for filling political offices, as j Shut Them Out Orders from the country promptly && well as routine positions, with (icienueufierseit wiiumc uoc, aim ency appeals altogether on ac- may'JB The pension bill to Federal ' dummies. An ad-- 1 count of her children, and not boThero is a general conviction, killed her assailant. soldiers is reaching enormous pro-- ' ministration, whether of govern-- ' sinco the Chicago riot, that we The evidence all agrees that cause ot her cr.me. (Clinton Street, Cormnn & Co'a Old Stand ) Tiortiniis. jinil is liminil tn nrnvn ' ment or of business, must have have quite as many foreign-bor- n state of ill- - ller defense is in the hands of , there was a constant d for its success responsible subor- Anarchists in the country as are feeling and hostility between tho j lawyers of established ability, great burden to the VEALEi: IS & Tyler. Their management dinates in whom it has confidence, for us, and probably more, two women, and that Leo Wilker-He- r All patriotic citizens, North and and who are in sympathy with its and that it would be a wise thing son sided with Mrs. Dockery, his of the case before tho examining ily Groceries South, surely believe in liberality aims and methods. But the head to shut down tho gates on them, sister, and against his court won the admiration of bar ASP .It.SO. er. It was testified to by Mrs. and citizens. On the motion to in this respect, but is there not of tho nation should bo relieved' If a vote could be taken Nets, Scine, Lines, Hooks, and alljkiiul some justifiable halting place? of tho duty of selecting all except row, it would.be almost unanim-- , Forester that she had heard Sarah discharge James W. and Loo Wil-on- s of Wishing Tackle ai.d Supplie, at a bar tho most important official headrf OT against having any more of Mockery make threats against tho kerson, Capt. IL A. Tyler made a gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen The Southern members of Conlife of Mrs. Wilkerson, that she "in- - remarkably ablo argument in its of departments, judges, foreign these creatures in tho country erally. gress vote for these bills because ministers, the chief collectors of and pretty nearly 9 support. The prosecution is, n unanimous, too, tended to make way with her y in tho head, put anifo so, conscientiously and ably tue jsortuern peo-- i customs, Territorial Governors ineyieanuat favor of gettiug rid of those wo knock her I have pecured, permanently, one of the Snost workmen in the Stale, and will mate d pie will misconstrue their motives aud tho like. Tho Presidential have. But tho subject is i her hand, and swear thai she resented by Judge A. T). roofing and tinning a 8iecialty. i not number' with difficulties. If we was the attacking party, &c, that, man, and Mr. A. F. Estes, of Motto I will not be undersold, even in larger cities. if they vote against them, aud appointments need and the sys-- ; 1LE & CRL Tho I4TTUS an Anarchist on sight if she should not enjoy her mother's ton. Mr. Estes is anew man at Northern members vote for them 500. which principle appointment vests the tern ho bore the mark of his malignant property, &c." Mr. Forester tes-- this bar, but iu tho argument of because they fear the soldier vote of the third aud fourth class post-- j principles on his forehead, or in tified to tho same chasci't or oftho motion referred to with so able and influence at home. astute a lawyer as Tyler, he masters in a mere assistant of the his speech, wo could send him threats. Thomas Branham testi-lanPostmaster-Genera- l should be ex- -' adrift the moment his foot touch- - bed that he had heard .Mrs. Dock- won great admiration as a ready The north has gotten $700,000,-00- 0 tended to all tho othor classes of ed our hospitable shores; but he ery make threats often, from debater and a lawyer of ability. Tho final trial of Mrs. Dockery in pensions. Keep it constant- officials. A President of tho Uni-- 1 can hide his principles in his own j Christmas up to the 2Sth of March, xoxted States should bo something1 breast and defy all scrutiny, and1 saying "that somotiiuo when her will occur before tho Circuit Court ly before the people that the Blair All tind? of Farm Machinery, Plow?, a patroage dispenser or tako his place in tho ranks of tho father left homo she would go up in August. more than Implement, Wagons, kc., repaired on bill gives the south 801,000,000 of a filler of offices. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) thousands of honest and deserv-- ; thero and stamp the life out of ahort notice and workmanlike manner. S?New Wagons, &o. made to order. the 877,000,000 set apart by the ing foreigners who come seeking her." mar5 As to the charge against James Programme cf the Teachers' a homo in tho land. It is admit- bill for education. If tho north Peace in the South. Association, ted, now, that we aro to blamo for V Hkcrson, the husband 01 tue gets this much every year for Tho almost absolute exemption tho trouble wo complain of. Wo .slain aud the father of tho slayer, pensions can't we afford to accept Which meets at Kosowell, near of one half tho Union from tho, threw open our doors to tne op- being accessory to tne crime, or 25cts Lower than the Lowes this for schools T harrassing and puzzling labor' pressed in other lands, and bade in conspiracy to effect, it was tes- Jordan, Ky., on June 12, 18SG: OPENED, witb'new STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. I have no clork expenssa no store ren JUST afllict the other half them find an asylum iu this ask- tified to by Maud Wilkerson, that Patronage solicited. reasonable. troubles that 3IOKNING SESSION. and pay cash for all my Groceries, and Judge A.D. Kingman. is a fact that naturally excites in- - j ing no questions and comforting ho was uniformly kind to her step- Spelling Eoform Miss Jennie herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap From the fnlton Fult Man. terest among tho class that have ourselves with the pleasant delu- mother, and that in the frequent Kennedy. at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon The writer had the pleasure of money to invest 111 manufacturing sion that even the violent and de- quarrels between her sister Sadie t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low 3 Theory and Practice of Teachmeeting Judge Kingman on Wed- enterprises. There are no strikes structive theories of tho most and juun wrrxiflu. that ho (Jas. W. ing W. II. Cook. nor bovcotts in tho troublesome Europeans would Wilkerson,) always took sides nesday of last week, and was much unr innk-nntsOrganization of Teachers Meetpleased to sec his friend of other So'uth; the iron works at Chatta-lioog- disappear in the enjoyment of per- against Sadie, and ono time threw ings F. P. Jonos. H0W T0 SAVE f40NEYl years in gboil health aud spirits. Birmingham and in ATir- - sonal liberty. her (Sadie) off the porch because Primary Spoiling Miss Annio We bad n$t seen him for nearly ginia and 2ortli (Jaroiinaaro movshe was fighting her We are Vh0le3ale Headquarters tor al Shearon. MANUFACTURERSOF thirty years, and supposed that he ing on in tho usual quiet way, Mrs. Underwood, Mrs. Forester A Word for Women. grades of Eecess. was likely to be not only grayhair-e- d without disturbance; tho oil mills movement Is a and others, testified that on the Tho eight-hou- r CHEW1K&, AFTERNOON SESSION. ni but bent and decrepit ; but age at Memphis, Helena, Arkansas very good movement, but wheu day of the murder he appeared and will job to dealers only at Factory Grammar Prof. W. B. English Bits lightly upon him, and he is as City and New Orleans aro turning tho men who work secure moro anxious nd willing to do anything prices; also tho straight as au arrow and apparent- out tneir accustomed product, and hours of leisure it wouldn't bo a possible lor his wounded wile, Hushes. School Government Prof.B. C. ly cheerful as a man of half his tho cotton factories of South bad idea to start a movement to Jtliat they found him 011 hiskneos h Scotch 11b teior Scotch rvirrvUtia .twl finormiiaro nnvcxed give the thousands of tired moth-- 1 by 1,cr sitle years her water 111 n Cald well. Ihe best in the market. "We also keep Reading Circles Sam. L. constantly on hand a choice selection a. u. .hangman is one of the with disputes between employers ors and honsowives more honrs of spoon, that ho promptly sent fori Penmanship J. C. Ward. Isbell. of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and c- u Wil8 s,so proved "landmarks" of Fulton connty, anb employes. Of course there rest. How many a wife and raoth- - UoQlori Fruits, which we will sell very low for be- COMMITTEE ON PROGRAMME. having resided at Hickman, tho must bo a special reason for this er gets up at dawn of day and that a standing feud existed the cash. Please call and see us. r ceunty capital, forty-on- e and some years. Ho tranquility in tne miusi 01 Miss Jessie E. Outten, Miss An- surr- works continouslv and uncom- - tween ine FCQUA A DcBOW. was born in the town of Worthing-ton- , ounding uproar, and it is to be plainingly until late at night, not of tho and that tho ie Shearon, and J. II. Saunders, TW'M i 0tt i,, in tho State of Massachusetts, found in the fact tbat tho labor counting tho long hours as thoy father finally, or sometimes, took nni All friends of education aro in- January 20th, 1S23, where ho lived clement in the South is black. drag by? It would bo a grand sides in his talk against his wife.t vited to attend. Our membership Saddlery aijd Harness until 1841, when he went to New- All the miners and mill operatives thing if we could give tho many, Hiram Hawkins testified that he iB not confined to the teachers' castle, Henry county, Kentucky, and furnace workers in that re- wives, who have tho constant caro( "ad" heard James Wilkerson make ranks, but peoplo of all callings, aud shortly after to Carrollton, Car-ro-ll gion are not colored people, but of tho children and the house at-- , mreais 10 mis exieni, "tuai ms trades and professions are invited - & FARRISS connty, at the mouth of tho the great mass of laborers are, fairs some needed rest. wile, Mollie, had married him to to become members of tho Asso-ge- t PLU1JMERKentucky river, where he studied and this fact governs the question. his property, but he would ciation and aid us in building up a law uotiMMo. Ho landed at Hick- The negro has not yet figured as a JacJcson St., 'opposite Courier OfRc& outgeneral her yet; that she had better system of education for A Poor Country. DEALBB I3ST man November 7, 1845, and has striker. abused his children," &c. Mr. ' the rising generation. Merchant Traveler. - - - KT. UICKMAN, been a useful and honored citizen The largo amount of money A traveling man riding aloii: Obe Butler testified, "I heard! The District Association meets WELL selected stock of Saddles and of that place over since 41 (830,557,000) invested in the through a rough section of Geor- James "Wilkerson tell his wifo that at Kuttawa, on the uth and Gth of Harness. New work made to order. yean. , ho would give her $500 to leave July, and State Teachers' Associ-himSouthern States in the first quart- gia came across a native. Prompt attention given to and a bond to take care of ation on tho Uth and 10th. er of tho present year nearly "This is devilish poor country It E 1-- A It X G tho child; and sho said what timoj Therefore it is probablo that the It begins to look like Hon. M. double tho amouutinvested inyear ain't it?" ho inquired. of any kind. lie has secured the services' J.Durham will be ono "of tho en- corresponding period of last "Pow'ful po'," replied the na- she had to livo sho would live, this will be tho last meeting of lfcfe;pWBgJ3BiPj AND of that well known and excellent worktries in the next gobernatorial exhibits a striking faith in tho tive. there; ho told her if ho conld not' the County Association until the PATENT man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself fs race. The Bluegrass press is stability of things in that region. "What have you got theso fields got shut of her ono way ho would Institute meets in August. There-anothera gnarautee of good and faithful work. ink-- ' fore, let every teacher in tho rapidly suiting in his support and, It has been supposed that a largo fenced in for?" Wilkerson was di apr24 a he is making an excellent record Part of this money came from the "To keep tho stock' out in ing when he did this talking, and1 county, every friend of thfe cause Comptroller of the National North, but tho Southern papers cou'se." when ho talked to Hawkins. Tho j who can possibly do so attend tho MEDICINES J. C. PABTLOW. J. F. GEAY. Treasury the demand for a busi- stateUhis is a mistake ; nearly tho "What do you want to do that defense claim that they will be meeting at Kosawell and make ness man for Governor may make whole, of it is Southern capital, for ? There's nothiug for tho stock ablo to make it clear that Wilker- - our last meeting the best of tho And get your Blackamithing and general a.3st:d him a formidable candidate. son only meant by this that if she! year. Como one, come all, for in ownedvin Louisville, Charleston, to injuro." Repairing done at would not leave him that 0 would union there is .strength, and if wo and small"That's jist hit, mister." Gen. Longstbeet was the only Nashville, New.Orleans ' 'make a united effort, success will leave her. er cities. "How do you mean !" & COS., TD1LET kRTICLES "Why, you see, mister, cf wo As to Loo WiikersonVomplici-ty- ,, be our reward. ( Corner of Obion and Exchange Strut,) forax at Montgomery, kothing it was proven by LuyThomp-sonTrsasox raised its hideous crest didn't hev them fences, tho durn . was uiH tlf it hniMns. T ? EY. HICKMAN, that Lee Wilkerson said that agaiaiu Georgia Friday. White stock would git into the fields and u a Eepnbhcan, bat if g!"BB &C., &C.j &c. &c, &c, &c Gen. Basil W. Durt; delivhe would get his young sister out Davis Georgians acted as at starvo in no time." Good Work ai Price. Our iMMl put ma aniform on every of the house, and bum up his ered tho memorial address at the a neftfa's "funeral. The negro was motto. paper in the North decoration of tho graves of tho eSTiMILI WORK a specialty.- Ho made a large It reported that Hon. David step-mothtore howled itself hoarse would a trakrr also. it mostly to white Davisis is probably dying at his threat was and her child. to This Confederate dead at .Jackson, 3TTre.cription& filled at any hour, day oright. r;Ds n- - bl bcU aftcp 1Q o,doek by JOHN F. GRAY & CCU also testified with fortunsand left tke erjiof rebellion. mar2G-t- f . , M. 111. Bolton. Witnesses also tes- - Tenn., May 15. j, peopU'i churches. l. John home at Bloomingtonr THE WSBOtX OOTOIBB. The Executive Power. ( JLrt'tticiitial Vetoes. letolaud N Y WorM J Can' ia l.adT THE WILKERSON TRIAL " mmm ticket. Eaeis Parke I j n-iuui- 3LA.TEST u wsr - -i All STYLES hs. Family Groceries. DB IGHAMI Ml fpAMLY AND PLAIN PIGTJA. (Grocery JUDGE. j -- self-defens-e. first-clas- I ' T, j j ; beam-earnestl- ill al j J. AMBERG'S j self-defens-e, RTOll, , ? two-third- I 1 ' ,!.. C. B. KINGMAN, mem 1 n, ; gi Hafd-wrar- I sep, i inwaTe, non-partisa- n mmmi Ty-goo- F. B. OASS, tax-payer- s. ( step-moth- -; j to-mo- r- j Svyfefeig EFw if Fam ; al-i- G rep-alread- King-investe- grew firm: Ful-kne- w ! 1 d I Lifin m d mm m -- j UICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Groceries. W. G. KINGMAN. octS0-lSS- step-mothe- r, . a. step-mothe- r. HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. iwm mm mm 5:, ! step-motne- step-childre- nL Hickman, Kentucky. J. W. COWGILL BiifiHSHfi J DEUGS, A Trusses I I ." -- STOP! Rock-botto-- J. P. GBrA? Jer pall-beare- rs Re-lik4- ki Kjgggg er -- rtj i'i Se jr. A ' ,?1 . 'faurZ iTJ J -- V J&M$?hL. am