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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886052801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3U:v , ' wX- - .gSSSLSSSS p 3 4 i - TEE HCDUK COMER. hi' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY GEORGE WARREN, 'v s. T THE HICKMip f The Oiliest NowspapC.iu Wewtci-- n 1S59. Fineaob firinting ' ' - ' 55f COURIER M abBK j$.C- K Z B '." 91 I J jMh BvA.XS Neatness and OfsjjgfcA I -- i . BlliiS, 12ITTER-HBA- : SM am sf 5 ? next door to City Halt a Tff BILL-HEAD- S. J OIOROG WARREN, Editor. VKICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 11.5a Kentucky -- - 34, iirTria:A.Ti03srs, kXsX jaxa-x I ESTABLISHED THE ELEMENTS. il M ETC., ETC, vm m HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MAY 28. KE ELY'S M0T0H GOES. LIKcs. Meets Turk, New York. New Your. May 20. Mrs. Alice Pendleton, 01 years old, wife of Ex Senator Pendleton, of Ohio, and present Minister to Berlin, was thrown from her carriage while driving in Central Park this afternoon. The tesult was compound fracture of the skull and concussion of tbe brim, from which she died ten minutes after the accident.. Mrs. Pendleton came from Berlin less than two months ago with her daughter. Miss Jane Francis Pendleton, to ntteud tho funeral of her daughter-in-law- . Mr. Frank K Pendleton, who lived at No HV5 h ISSfi. VOL. XXI:J0. ANABCHISTS INDICTED. imi Spies, Mi5-"-- and Cattle KUIeil. Daxvilue, I.vd., May 23 -- A terriflcrin and w hid Atorixi passed over this ploceat ono o'clock this afternoon, and At the Meeting at Chicago During: Which half-patoo damage dono hero was much greawr the Uomb Wan Thrown. than by any storm ever known here or in this county. This town, however, huflered CniCACO, Jlay 21. The grand jury is now but little, and seemed to lwon thesoutlwrn in possession of all the material facts in edge of the storm's track, Tho cloudy" the dynamite conspiracy, so far as tho pre- they passed, seciuel to bo oue Immense sumption shows the guilty parties to be Au- wneei, wnlch kept continually rollini gajd gust Spies, Schwab, Parsons and Fielding. made a noise that resembled that of a Further testimony tended to indicate that Heavily loaded railroad tram North Schnabel was the man who threw the bomb. about four miles tho timlwr is l.ldun lwn in eve-- y direction, as tholgh He is a brother-in-laof Schw ab. He for- the trees were but weetls. Reports com! in merly wore a long, flowinjr t that when apprehended after tho beard, but thi. iiinn-- horses and cattle are killeJby mnssnero fnlliug tuuu-Along tho track c' b. VLil-l'if.J"u'afct't an cleun - shaven. Uuhtav-Lehniwas Btv wltjiftpjtrrlsaac Christie, of tbU rested. He is believed to he capable viMtlngthree miles north of town. aniT.C of Riving identity of the t the bomb thrower. In his possesion and the that after left storm not a single on was premises which he occupied were by the hail, in the house, leing torn out tbe were from and that louiid three round dynamite bomb, exactly one inch to two Inches in diameter and lav similar to that used at the Hayinurket six inches deep on The,fate of the ground. not, two boxes of dynamite giant powder tho fate of all houses in Ibo caps, two coils of dynamite fuse, and two thathousp ti urk. The gi eater los perhaps is tb. what boxes of dynamite not made into bombs. owing to The bombs bad the -- fuse attached and crop, which is now in full head, liailstrucktho it seemed to le ready for immediate use. early season, and whereverthe Union TeleThe ineArbciter Ztitunn has again made iu is wholly ruiiRNl. ween Western Indianapo-graph wires t hero and appearance in its old form a large quarto s have refuted to work this afternoon, onl and is very similar in looks and connvount of treoa across tho liuesi Two tents tx tho old paper when Spies, Parsons mile fast accounts have it the towns of facuwab and the o her Anarchists were Urownsburg mid Liztom in the north part personally conducting it. The paner th;s count v. have suffered heavily, but length how it has triumphed over of nothing definite can lw learned. So far as an efforts to suppress it, and makes an kno'v call for subscriptions for the defence zens of no lives have been lost. Many citithis place took to their cellars, m of Spies and Schwab, who have written order to be at homo If the houses hould bo fcpoken and battled long and bravely for storm was the welfare of the Workingmen and nro called away. The Indianapolis.heading in the direction of Several now compelled to svffer Do not forg-blown down your persecuted brothers, but help them, as houses have been reported tho damage in the country northeast, but not they are always ready to help vou. great. Indictments for conspiracy to murder Rot and inciting to riot were informally de- one kvili.c I.vi . Mav 'il. Shortlv after o'clock this afternoon a terrible wind cided upon this evening in thecals against struck this town. It cama August Spfch. Sum Fielding and A. It and from the southwest was Parsons the Anarchists. These three were Two business roomsand the traveling fat. on Eat Side conthe speakers at tho Hnymarket meeting taining Howell's grocery and Stevenwhich preceded the and son & Sons dry good, andstore Johnson's Mrs. riotonilay4. Investigation as to others shop, were unroofed and fragaccused of complicity m the crime has not ments of the second stories carried a yet been completed. a hundred feet. The damsgo to tho T buildings will be over $1,000, and the stocks POP-GUcontained in them r sligh'" injured. WAR. w Tbe hail was as large as marbles' and cut The Greeks ami Turk- - Hnv InK I.ot or 11111. off small fruity and totally destrojed garAthens, May 21. Dispatches received den vegetation. In many places com and Jf, from tho froiitierj whence they were sent; wheat are greatly damageu. . . , at noon reports continued firing the Turkish and Greek outpost. are attempting to occupv Annl- - They Hold a Meeting ami Denoonco Herr P1? Thev have lM'cn repulsed at ii-'1 Mot.t severe lighting. The Greeks New York. May 23. This afternoon an remain lirm in their position. Their infantry are now pursu ng the repulsed and association of Bohemiaus, retreating Turks near Saint Atbanaius. five hundred strong, met in National Hall, reefc artillery has destroyed the Turkish earthworks opposito Aualispis. The Turks, Fifth street. Speeches denouncing Herr Most and his followers and the recent wlio weie intrenched at Saltiosibla, art now retreating toward Hassan Melina. movement in this city, C'iicago and be Oreckb have rcoccupied Bairaktori. other places were made. Dtring tho a a ii progress of the meeting i number .Hunting for Mormons. of Most's followers entcredfthe hall Geneva, 3Iay 21. The war uponMormon and tried to break up tbo meeting. A strong body of police cane to tho niissionaries in Swit7erland is being prosethe disturbers. cuted vigorously. 5Jlany of them have fled, rescue and "ejected After a number of speeches had been and othej-- who have not heeded the warnmade resolutions were adopted denouncing ings of the exasperated friends of their the Chicago Anarchists and declaring it to victims have been beaten and driven across be tbe determination of the association to the frontier. The police are taking them into oltey and defend the laws tint protect them, and pledging themselves t do all in custody upon tbe slightest prete.t,and 111 almost every case magistrates lind some extheir power to rout out Most anl his fol. cuse forcomniittingtncm tojail.Everv3Ior- - lowers and all Anarchists that nay show lucujscves iu mis vicinity. At tie close of Tii the meeting it was these places from the wiath of the itihabi-- ! a number of his followers were 111 a siloon closo by drinking beer. Tho police nided ,1VBs ,ias ten and it is vu.. believed that within a arrested, the saloon, drove Most and his ganj out, week ic Hill bo impossible to find a single Morand arrested the proprietor of the plaeo for mon evangelist at large in all Switzerland. violating the excise law. st w Parsons and Fiolding Charged With Conspiracy to Murder are nil Italll Slnrm. !,, TwMimI Up ly-- the Itoots, Itoof. Carrletl Aw'ay ami Ilorsis i iim.ii.:.. & GEORGE H. PENDLETON ler Death IVliile Hiding .1: Central . ySJXTH C0XGIIESS. THE COMMONWEALTH. Louisville I.e;if Tolmeco Market. We quote 1ST) tobaccos as follows for full weights and sound packages: ttnrteu. Darknwl Iltani. 1 Tho Inventor Stores the Force in Slight Sounds and Makos it Work. pie put Together and set In Op. oration Ilcfore a ' ore nt Scientists mill Other.. l:ngii)p ih ' r L .fhSi windoA--ligh- bail-ston- 1 lx-- re-c,- .,s ur-B- nt 11 c hail-stor- bomb-thronin- g dress-makin- g N to-da- y, en ANTI-ANARCHIST- rus S. 1 anti-Anarchi- st An-nrchi- st -- s Icarned-i.UKV'Tft- m . -- Q Fighting on the Greek Frontier. London, May 23. Advices received hero say that severe engagements are diking place on tho Greek frontier betweenTurkish and Greek troops. The figktinz is intermittent and extends along tho frontier !r.f.p,t for a distance of fifteen miles The heavi'e,ist est fighting is at Turnova. Many have been wounded on MinSreat excitement ister Tricoupis has both sides. Prime Gentelegraphed to the here, as overlT.COOoC eral in command of the Greek forces, tnatorganizatiou belonging of which Bishop Fabre is the to the church. instructing him to endeavor to arrange an head. armistice. The latter has evidently been unable to comply with bis instructions, Anxiety for Minister Pendleton. owing, probably, to tho difficulty of securNewYoki-- , May 21. A Berlin dispatch ing an interview with Eyoub Pasha, tho Turkish commander. The Greek Cabinet states that Senator Pendleton was attendis in ing the great spring review of tho Imperial ment session atin Athens, and great excite" prevails tbe capital. ' Guards with his daughter Mary, and did London, May 21. A dispatcfc from not hear of his wife's death until Friday Athens, Grcece,says a truce was affected at morning, by JJev York time. W n he. noon and there has beea no fightreceive,! theieAvs he fell senseles, to tho ing since that time. The casualties' aro floor. Anxiety is felt at tho possible effect heavy on both sides. An interview bea "hock upon the nerves o tween the Turkish and Greek cunmandcrs th has been arranged for 5 o'clock Monday morning, when an endeavor wij bo mado A War Among the Lumber Men. to arrange an armistice. Dbtboit, May is a war among the lumber men of Isabella County over An Boycotted. running logs ia the Chippewa river. At Tiffin, O., May 22. A few days ago tho Mt. Plearant at 2 o'clock this morning Hall announced a djnamite cartridge was exploded under proprietor of Harinonia reduced the price the dam of Harris Brothers. The injury by a placard that he bad hundred dollars, while the loss to of Jnger beer to three cents per glass. This the log drivers will be up in tbo thousands. caused action on the part of the other disOther explosions, are feared. pensers of tbe beverage in the city, and a real live bovcott was laid on bis place of business. He soon found himself unable to Seven Days Failures. purchase bread, beer, ice, or any of the ne-New York, May 21. The business fail-r.. r fww.ltfuu (n lti? Kllcinrt..' a.,.1 tlt. ,1 occurring throughout tho country a new placard appeared, stating that he during the last seven days, as reported to bad caved, and now w ouldn't cveu bell a nber for the United "pony" for less than a nickel. So?" D,u.2 & 9,? for Canada 20, as compared with a total of 170 last week and 192 tho Preparing for War. week previous. Business casualties seem Eiun, Pa., May 23. At 10:30 tL,i.'ite.ad.lly decreasing in number trains came in from Buffalo and vicinity the country. with over ono hundred Polacks and others, and a like number of men nre expected at Presbyterian Centennial. any ou and Pittsburg. Philadelthia, May 21. The ono hun- four time the Erieare lying out inOver tbe hundred men dredth Presbyterian General Assembly will open air or in box curs, waiting a signal bo held In this; city in 1SS8. The second tor action, feunsylvania authorities havo lnureday of the session will be a day of sought the protection of the authorities. jubilee in tho churches all over the world. but they decline to interfere untilSsomo An effort will be made to raise a centenary overt act is committed or until tho courts take hold of the matter. church fund of $5,000,000. Bishop Fabrc and the K. of L MoxTiiEAt.3Iay 21. Bishop Fabre has refused to consider tbe proposed amendments to the; K. of lu Constitution offered by the delegates on remission. He says of e society is again the rules Catholfb Church and that in joking the ,wfiJti, otn.f?lor uus,t PUffer excommun-Lmonti,1-111- this In- proposed to liberate and store up rcM.natuig" mbe, l. mean, of the caused by sinking the disc a hammer, tipped with rubber, with and drawing bow across tbo tuning The intricacies of the mechanism, and the -- how" of the lilieratiou, Mr. Keely kept to himself, with the promise to them known to the world when he make shall have taken out his patent. The sphere 011 the top of the liberator was connected with a steel resonating tube, by means of a drawn copper tube, with n aperture of of an inch. The resonating tubo was about is, ineheo long and 12 111 circumference, with a three-inc- h bore, and a of two pints. The violin bow drawn across tbe tuning forks, tho was disc wa hammered, and the valve at the end ot the resonating tubo was opened. A puff or white vapor, accompanied by a hissing sound, announced that the inventor had "made connections." The resonating was then connected by another eigt tube copper tube with a cylinder containing inch oil, which was connected with another cylinder III which moved a piston with lf square inch of surface. Tho oil was intended to prevent tbe crystallization of tbo steel in the piston, which would follow tt.eMiUdt-1imparting of the "force" upon wns transmitted IV tne oil. the piston was connected through with arm at a point so near tbe fulcrum as an represent a leverage of 15to 1. It was to that it required a pressure of I .Mil pounds to the square inch to raise tho naked lever. Connections was made, and the lever flew H,.. Weights of 112, . and 'IKiunds were plntvd at the cud These were raised with equal ease A mat liemat ical calculation will show brief that ;'iis repiesonted a pressure of 7.4SJ pounds to tLe square inch. These weif hts wom . moved. nd m their tead a sobd iron ball JwuiuKm us raised bv pullovs ;wJS";u-s- ' ',nto p,a"' ou tho !cver- ' Tbe bolt and iron '""F".'5 wmcu 11 was ueiu in place represented pounds additional. In 80 secouds, including all manipulations of the liberator, the iwer to raise this was generated. The cxpirt mathematician will show that this meant a pressure of ls,2f0 pounds to the sijuare inch. 111 one-eight- PiitLAiii M'lin, May 24.- -A successful test of tbe Keel motor was niHile Saturday by John W Keely, the inventor, in the presence ot a score of scientists capitalists and Others who were ontirrh with the Kt-e-l Company. Tbo machine with which is generated tho owor of ejiormou euorgy, which be co'ntroIsTIay dissected on a IHHlcstal. and the bed of a lathe on which haa been erected a "No. 3" lever. Mr. Keely announced that be had taken apart the -- liberator." as ho denominated his machine, in order that those present might see him build it up. unconnected with nny other machinery except that for which it Mould bo the motive power. When he had iinished it was a machine circular in form, standing two feet high, weighing about tevouty-flv- o pounds, of which the striking parts seemed to boa circular, metallic, resonant disc, banging suspended over a circular bed. around whoso wUe iiiul connected therewith were large-size- d tuning forks. Surmounting wjs a sphere. which was announced toit all bold a gill, who-- o outlet was controlled by u 63,11 valve. Mr. Keelv dipped into' his s.e et so far as to say that the power w hich he was to invokowasaninterntoinicetheric tore.- - which permeated tho atmosphere, 1 1 East Thlrtv-tiftstlet-t-. Since the funeral of young Mr. 'Pendleton the old Unix and Miss Jane hail remained with .Mi who is a inwer of this city. It had been their mee coming to New York to take a l.er on pleasant days for n drive. Follow inir" this custom, they engagl u Vitriol uiidJ ra Hive runs niiertiooTi- .proceeding through Central Park tbe hor.es became unmunageablo and ran away, dragmg tbo driver from his seat. well-know- l'lrst session. "WOton. Maj Du the caleiniur until - o'clock, when Pen.i h on thc labor nr" hfriaj 'on tii0 "v at U'"K' 0111 was me rcKU f I'eiiHiou laejCaer: ' ouse devoted dny to tho Cai,HbsI(Iy Clause ot the the o hill. .JyB"S-(!TONJ,y 13 -i- 'nate -- The Scn- "'?iin(f ti'tinorniitfT horn. discued the UI1L1W-.I- I m.vu unirc iroin tne Jersey slio' tOjStaten Island No cnneliisiou was r. .Meiheis,,n of New Jerey. cou- .11 fil5.?? tbe Hh... ... opjiostn .. "in. ni. 1 lie viiu ;; '"ii in n. 1 eifm hill w.i t,i upas the reirularor- w '1 nost-otlic' 1 SI Trah Medium lugs fiood luj: Common lear Medium loar Rood leaf Selections Wrappers roinmon lu?S..: Vte'.fil'Ustu S1aTK?n)l4 Jv&ft-h- n pru-tie,- - ij 111 they-wu- BUTCHERED rortj-Tw- o BY INDTANS. volunteers. Lives Taken Within a Month Near Vogales, Arizona. Tombstone. Am., May 20 -- Fred Lutley and a wood cor.ler named Dutch Charley were kiUod by Apaches at Hurry Lntlev's ranch, near hero, yesterday. Harry "escaped. A Mexican from tho Wetstono Mountains brings news thnt the Apaches killed threo Mexicans thero this morning. The number of persons by murdered Apaches withm gun-shof .Nognlos, An., during tbo past lour weeks, now number forfv-two- . Tho ze of the raiding bauds nnd their boldness leave no doubt that they have been from the discharged There are well founded report of scouts. deparfurther tures from the Sail Carlos reservation, and o.d settle! believe that if thi outbreak is not quelled within thirty days Arizona will w itness this summer some of the lepredntions b Apaches ever bloodiest known, i hero is n strong feeim- - here that the Government shun Id let fiontiersinen show what tbey can do by organizing a body of cd JAEHNE SENTENCED. Almost the I'ull Kvteut or the I.uw Stay ol l'roreedlni.M (inmted. Nrw Yokk. May 20 -- Ex Alderman Jaehno was this morning sentenced by Judge Barrett to nine years .and teii mouths' imprisonment in Sing Sing. No fine was imposed. Tho full pcualtv provided by law is ten years' imprisonment und 50 tine. I.vtlii Judge Daniels, of the Supremo Cuurt, has granted a stay of pro eed njs in the case of Alderman Jachne Merman Jaehue stood with flush d n.uiio-nanc- e during the deliver- of his sent. net and at tbeclo-- o sat down surni:ii. d y in charge and a few fritnds. He was then escorted from the court. Four Sets of Twi s. Mrrnov, iu... jiay 2i A' c- In 1. Cumlierland County, a has just aiTived from Cnnod i T includes a husband umi wn children Tbe remarkable put il is that anion-- ; tbe e'i !l-,. f(ur sets oft.ius The t Burke, is aged thirtv-sev.M- , ! . 1.. t -- d married thirteen vears to bis wife, win, tan idoHsniit-luukm- . nb-sf, nn... .. r .1...- - ; 1.1 www .. 1.1 ... ... ..ujiiuii ui Lujri.yfSixMAiif. tmttboys eleven years of ng I tin.l.. Anil 7 Hansom. Next coiim two gtris of ti'tio years each, Clariuda and Soiibrtiti'ti Fol lowing I'iein are twin i jtr I sern , Hirhnrd and Etlward. After tin m in pii'k a succession, are two brigi t eed fiv. , E'mie and Abl.it. The t..n . ,1 .v n !ove;y l.ai g rl. not quit, n .1 fl Allarestuid-vebildreii.es'- ' a'.' the f urv Ihvs. lhey have moved to ' o .(. iceir uome wiiu tue wnie tat tier wt.o owui n large farm iu the vicni'y l,-i,! 1 h it Western anil Hdiliii them to the Ktistern Judicial Dirict of Aikansus, the dianee not to affect suls ulreud ententl: n w'linlar bill detaehltlsr t'e county of Atlilti lioin the Western nd nttaeliiUK it no the Eastern d stun the Northern of Judicial District of Miissippi The Maten Island IiriilKi liidwits tnken uphnddicusd. At 2 o'clock be tuiikruite bill wns placed l,rore the senile ami temporarily laid aside i ot tho to permit the tonliniud bridpe bill. After further dihate, and tbe voting (Jwn it some amendment the l.nl was voted doli l a inoccvot- as reported from oininittcf. with the sole kiMi-tioOf Mr. Vsi' tiinenilim lit. The bid wa then laid tieforc the Senate and the s uutc adjourned. HoUsk. -- Mr. llrockeriridBO (Ark.) from the Committee on Ways and Means, calltsi up a bill prov dim; that, for n period of ilvoyeirs, no mackerel oucr than that knowii s Spanauipht beiwi'en March and ish Juno 1. stndl l ituiHirtetl or laiidt! in the I'nitcd tdtes The cm'di ration of the bill and the was ptponed until House went into commit too of the wheieiMr. fSrorgia. in the chmri on tho Hammond, ot appn-lui.tloN nate amendment tthe lull. The amendment Httinu' jwrt r the nppn nrtntioTi for the Tree de-liishmeut of the service, tor ne li re it t" not free oeii r) ij it m in eitie now cMnbiisicd. was concurriHl in. The which authorainewlment was njecti-conGeneral t ized the Postmaster t r 1 land and b reign steiimtfiit tract It can win--" service le combined in one roule. Also the amendment merens-in- t by ?.o.t3 the appropriation for luilwny Tici The amendment wn concurred in increasing from 251,75 10 i2ld.-ithe apiiopri:itioii tor necessary and fp. ciBl fat 'lilies on trunk line. The foreign intul n r ha vinp been reached, i in Mr Oa iniocil a eous-deruiioin ti.ink-ruptcy nvu-kerc1 jsist-olliee i) rr Ni'Uht'n H.ii.i,x ouquny to huild its road aeios M10 Ion Itus-e- ll and Tort Laramie military i al ion: detaching thectiunties or llowatJ. Little llier and Scicr from the 1 VA.srN(,TiN, May 20. passtTb (iiiiiou7iiig the if-e1 himiI thifv mon.tis. 1,..; ki ii In mtei'iie 'l.lalv'l- i.t iiiint. The ntmiiiiiiiii - to be tourtlollui .. niiuv'r .tie 9li. A. Tin House ie un.ed the day in "rS?!3vftsii4ii,n ul thu 5MW.0W) ocean si. U-; - TffTfea-Ijitf-W nil iwhrcoinisd In im niiiin II i,il -- Ins pi n'ou Ar IKMIV ..tii nitirhnm tor fJ,. h- IT Cheyciuio und etl ! 1 post-olheee- ar .. llli-uii- ;: M;,VlT . . . .. one-ha- ,s,lro - THE FISHERIES TROUBLES. A Jiritlsli Schooner eled at l'ortl.irnl on the Same Ground u., tho llnulitj. Pokti.vM). Me., May 'J4. There is great excitement here. This morning tho British schooner Sisters, from Yarmouth. N. H., with a cargo of 20.000 mackerel, was seized by the collector of customs. The captain of the schooner did not have n manifest and the usual line of s.ViO was imposed on him. and as. he could not pay it his vessel and cai go were seized. Secretary Bayard and the Maine Congressmen bavo been informed of the seizure. O B. AVnittre. secret a r of the Portland Fishing Exchange, fer"!1'"'110 "? Mormons Proselyting in Pennsylvania PiTTBt K011, I..May2 - Sev n M rnon; missionaries from Utah have been bi.l"ig services City, l'tt to-da- y, 21.-T- hero ('cm ng at this time, the seizure of said Sh the Sisters will do good comes here from a port so nenr l'.ghy the fellows up there will hear of it The matter having lieen refenvd to Secretary Bayard he will obliged to take notice "of it." Captain Eilis this afternoon placed his case in tbe hands of Vice Consul Starr. H?r Majesty's representative here. He says if tho troubles at Digby had not ox'urred he would not have been molested. I near Knife, . and have baptized seveinl The people became indignant, nnd overflowed tho meoUug. At it conclusion Justice ( 'la j baugh denounced them a impostors, having first challenged lliem to drink a solution of arsenic, which they s.iid they could do without harm, and winch they declined to do. Tho meettngbroke lip with a great tumult, during which club-- , sfone.s and other missiles wore used on tho missionaries. The, fled for their livc-s- , but were so pursued by the mob that they implored th protection of tho justice, who succouled calming tne turmoil and conducting them in safety tolhetistoppinj; olucei. 111 u school-hous- e elo-ii'l- 111 A COAL OIL CREMATION. Home. Mt Pleasant, Pa., May 21. Intelligence I ' has just 1k!pii received hero of a heart-rendinaccident which happened yesterday morning t three children of Michael Foe-baa miner, who resides at Moyer's works, south of this place. The youngest chili! wnstuken toa neighbor's house eariy in the morning, where it was to bo christened. During the parents' absence tho three other children who had been left at home got hold of tho oil can and poured its contents into the grate. The lire communicated to tho contents of the can. which exploded and enveloped tho children in flames, burning their clothes from their bodies and literally roasting two of them ' alive. Tho third was also so terriblv burn ed that it will die. hen assistance arrived it was too lato to save tho children. g n, Three Children Boasted to Heath in Their es ., Pursu ng ih? Ind ans. VTvsuivgton. Mav 20. A telegram was tceeived at the War Departm-nthis (teueral Miles. dnt.d at Ii rt morning Huachuca. Mav Instating that Lieutenant Brown, I Troop. Fourth Cavalry, struck the Indians Sunday evening, the Pith insb, and captured property seveu Winchester nlles, ummuiiit-on- , saddles and a few horts. The Iudiaus then turned westward again Tnv nn' being fodowctl by and IlHtii'ld" cfimmands. They weie near Sinta Bin Intra und Buena Vista yes" terday (Monday). t m Law-ton- 's 14.,-an- d The Erjption of Mount E'na ncreaing. Catvxh. S; iia. May 20. Th eruption of Mount Etna is increasing in proportions nnd there is serious danger to tho town of Mont' ltosso from the flow of 1 va. Measures are being taken for tho icscu' tbe inhabitants. Vast columns of ilrmo are issuing from the crater of the volei 110 and present n inot imposing specie, le. Torrents of lava aie issuing from cl vfn craters. A stream in some places of 200 !neter broad is flow. tig toward the town of Nicoloti. s Money Hack. May 20- .- Archie Beid. of Desm t. ou Sunday bought a revolver, went home and shot him elf in tbe left brciit, thob-il- l passing through his iung He then went Lai I: to the stole und said he did not want tie rivolver, got ids money back, after wbh Le walked to Ins room and went to b d when his friends finally learn d of bis rendition. He may recover. Hi father is a minister living nt Fulton, Wis. Got H General Durbin Ward Dying. Lebanon, O., Majr 1. General Durbin Ward, who has bren prostrated at his homo here for beveral weeks with an attack of acute rheumatism, and was thought to be recovering5 suffered a relapse and a restless night, and is lying very low. He is unconscious, and the gravest apprehensions of his friends have been aroused. A consultation of physicians has leencal!ed, a prominent member of U10 fraternity of Cincinnati having been telegraphed for. 11 r. i. General Ward is 'just alive. P)vsicians say he can not last till to-da- last night suddenly grew worse a complication of difficulties. He under spent y mid-mg- nt. St. Louis Anarchists Arrested. St. Louis, May 23. The four anarchists for whom warrants were issued, yesterday, t u" vu,i ' :T "' having charge ;iV."r?.. introduced J;m, UrgCH anu adoption of, at an unlawful assemthe blage, resolutions indorsing the actions of the anarchists during the Ha3'market riot in Chicago. Great Oil Well. Washington, Pa., May 23. The Cameron oil well was drilled in and started off at tho rate of HVJ barrels n hmir Th flow increased during the afternoon to 1! barrels an hour, or five thousand barrels a day. This is one of the largest wells on record. . to-da- foreign representatives have tendered con- .,. "Tl, ,lnlone.. In Minister l.ri,ll..t-.r- . press Augusta telegraphed expressions of sympathy from her summer retreat at Baden. Condolf nee With Minister Pendleton, Beulin, May 24. All the American Min- istei sin Europe and most of the other Hntnv. Dk.. y I Another Comet. N. Y., May 21. Prof. Brooks, of Phelps N. Y., discovered still another comet last evening m rignt ascension (as determined at Warner Observatory this evenitig at 10 o'clock) lib. 51m. 15s. de-dilation, north cd. ,wm. l.s. It is large, but faint, with a slow motion southeast. R011iESTF.11, Y de's M.w President. New II wbn. Ct., May 20.-P- rof, j .ieodore Dw'ght wns to day elected President of Yale College. 6all6ws-Tre- e Fruit. this morning. Linxr, IIock,. May 21. Lee Barnes was banged'at 10:30 a.m. at Dover, Ark, for tbe murder, of Charles Hollman. A, large number of persons witnessed tho execution.. to-da- BcrrAto, N. Y., May 21. Louis Otto, tho wife murderer, was banged at 10:26 o'clock y New Orleans' New Congressman. New Orleans., May 21. X. D. Wallace, President ot the Cotton Exchange, wan elected to Congress from the Second District yeterdry to succeed ' Mr. Hahn. His plurality is about 2,000. He Bet en Blaine. Doyrit, N. H., May 21. Daniel Henien-waa messenger and Dover for Meserve &. Co.'s express, who dippeafed January 2. 1SS5, leaving a shortage of 1,300, was anvsted in bed at Tvatertown'feariy this morning and brought toFarnnfton for a hearing. Hemenway and says he bet tho amount of the shortage on Blaine's election, think. .iC Mr to win. between-Farrington ad-wikis-gailt- y, it bwT, iJZ& t c , ts 1 ?Sf 5'if v ,3?rv , ' 'V" i '- ' - mJf k NaVftTFayaMster Akscanac. Sax Francisco, May 20. Paymaster WatkiM, of the IT. S. steamer Ossipoe, has ditappcared. Charges were pending gaiaat hiBL Admiral Davis has offtred a ' h - - wnri ol tL.m tw bit wxun. i.- Sensation In the Trunk Murder Case. St. Loris, May 2 1. A detective w bo was ' confined in the St Louis jail claims to have obtained a confession from Maxwell. The ,,.,. rrnPI. t0.g0, with 1,1.,, ? Australia. Prellur said h only enough money to see himself through, and for his meanness Maxwell concluded to kill him. i Preller came to Maxwell's room and com 35 A Farmer Shot Dead by Tramps. plained of pains, which Maxwell agreed to Cairo, III., May 23.-K. Walton, ono relievo with hypodermic injections. Theso of tbe wealthiest men of Union County, put Preller to sleep, and then Maxwell emwas found dead in his barn atnna, III., ployed chloroform to kill his victim. Tho this morning, shot through the head It is statement of tbo detective produced a prosupposed to have' been the work of tramps. found sensation. Talk of Lynching. Prospoc'.s of the Tariff Bill. I Louisville, Ky., May 23. Xoses Daw-so"Washington, May 24. Speaker Carlisle a drunken colored tougbrefused to that Congress will pay his fare on the Owensboro & Nashville gives it as his opinion 1st nud the 15th of adjourn between tho oad and was ejected aar Bussel-villKy. As the train moved off Dawson July. He thinks a tariff bill can be passed tumped on the platform and began firing before that time, but bo admits that the his revolver through the crowifed coach. appropriation bills will crowd it considerSeven shots were fired, and A. G. Clinton, ably. The legislative bill will be called a farmer, received three of than beiuff up this week in the House, and the fatally wounded. Dawson was captured discussion on it promises to be proand taken to jaiL There is longed on account of the Civil Service and some talk of lynching. Commission clause and proposed changes nen mis in tne departmental torce. General Darbin Ward Dead. measure is out of the way the tariff bill Lebanon, O., May Durbin will be called up. Tho opposition to tariff Ward died at Lis home ehorthT hefore 3 .tinkering will be shown at once in antago- oWock yesterday afternoon. Tie remain's B'f m to. Us consideration, and a vote upon will be interred at the IbMOB Cemetery tbispotnt will be considered a test of tbo djanctrs 0f tbe bill, Wedneiday ftxnoon. the horses attached to the vehicle contain-- 1 ing Fred Weise and his three daughters became frightened and ran away, and all were thrown violently out. Weiw. who Is a carjicnter, was instantly killed, bis head striking a stono. Katie, his daughter, bad three ribs broken. The others escaped with painful bruises. 1. Disastrous Runaway. LorisviLtr, Kr., May 23. Thisafternoon Pd H's Child an1 H msslf. ftRiinNFir.LP. Mass.. May 20. Last evening Kugene Taylor, a young farmer, sprinkled strychnine on some candy which he gave to hi two and son and then wnl-.wom of the poison himelf. Tlio child tiled in great ugjwy, but the father if vrred ami nftcrwaid to cut hi- - throat wi.h a pocket knife. He had lost money in speculation. Poison l J Rot.vpoi t. . V. Mav 20. Loui Willett, alia? Churlc Crob-- . wn hanged in tho jail a. Km o,iii at )''. o'clock this for lh murder 0" F w and on Junuary T, is4. "WY x died easily. 11 K-- Crime Expin. e 0 1 . he G Hows. n, 1 to-night e, raaek-indignatio- 23.-Ge- Beral j ' 4$ p gjj guage. 7,800 in German, 3,850 in nature between those two worthies several months ngo. during which Clymer shot French, and about HJO in Spanish. Slinker, destroying his left eye and otherAlcKces-porAn abandoned oil well at wise damaging him. Mil.. h:i been found to contain Geo. T. Mor.LY, of Eminence, has b t mineral water of a very valuable charappointed a gauger of Internal Revenue Edison's Ma. h.n s's St ike. acter. Several persons lonr aillicted for the Fifth District of Kentucky. Nr.w Yohk, May 2u. Tho3Tu machinists with rheumatism an1 alleged to have JamCs MonnisoN.'an old citizen of Scot nt the Edison Electric Works iu Georck been cured laving in its waters, and the County, was killed on the Elkhorn bridge, street quit work Monday upon beiug re- citizens are turning theirresidence into ono mile north of Georgetown by the light fused various demands for less wotk, short-c- i boarding-house-s in anticipation of tho ning express on thc Cincinnati South"ra hours-anmore pay Xo workhns been done at the shop tbu fa t'd week. Tho ar.'ivul of a larire number of aillicted railroad. So was knocked some tbirty Cftiipanv clnim that the m"u aie t e best visitors. Philadelphia Record. fect down an embankment. pa.d in their line of busi.n in the city. JS2 TnE revenue bill increasing tbe State tax this paper is under The editor of onal obligations, and holds in high on all who are engaged in selling liquors, 'laaW Pension Bill. )m the kindness shown by tho fifty dollars will go into effecton the 14th of Washington, Muv 20. Senator Blair of this State, in the favorable September. Immensb damngo to crops in the vicintroduced a bill to restore to oSicer of tb tion made of h's candidacy for Con- ity of Edmonton is being suffered from army and their widows nnd nr.i cbildie If not lure, brethren Mnuy farmers bare and are the rate of (tension thev lece.vcil pr.or to the quill, you will be rewarded up tbo July 20. IM'pO. at which date classes replanting their entire crops. lur.&s - .uonongaiicia vy .r-- J 01 pensions were reduced. ft A' wit ji CUM. t, I 111 cut-wor- netii-to the House. AN OFFENSIVE PARTISAN. ouse enntlriiied the action of the com- on tin foreign mull service amena-- i SO The How the Clerk of a New York Federal tbevMi of jens '?. nns .etidinenVs w ill now he sent to the Scn- Court Undertook toFaclIltate tbe Manu' lui lh 11 ?o to a confereuce committee. facture of llepiiblicun Voters. Mny 21. Senatc The bill sm'm.iov The account given in another col! r of th- r the business 1..' taken t 'iibiuna Clumis wa umn of facts brought to light by an exmajority r the 'Hi amination instituted by the Department c mmittees nl the in.iicr iy of Justice into the affairs of the office 'Hit mn nty n port maintains e,i hi 'l ffi m tn-- in . line lie! wcfn coin and of Mr. Samuel W. Lyman, clerk of the tmv riin at the at of the GfliivnUnited States Court for the Southern l 'l tlio alrof thc Gentlei waid. district of New York, throws a strange uw n!p, w.is und is the propeit) or iis.im .tnd shi'ii.d 1101 form any light upon the relations of Federal offi - mn ut f ti li the jmlxini nts of t cialism and Republican campaign man slixiod Ik pmil The 111 n i it ri hi'ci agement Among several charges tunii mis. on the il unitran thai (."the a il, jnai . .....ni.if .brought ap.iiiist.Mr. Lvman there is. c5ovTtio'r?SHd,iS 'Wirif fol trnTclnitni5i'"0 ouiuiiiniifeui fTnThaT! tie crttheregtiia-- 1 onewmen rnts 'very Hfrviceaoioauuiumn.. irnn with tne bonds nam d and creibt ItH It enrreney now a law. rence iiwc 11 tbo coil nn. tion of thopjesiileitial count and pres- can neither explain away nor excuse. The bi'l wa Passeil lis iicame irom , idential succession? Did not the last His letters and statements arc so ex- bnisf Hit uriint dellc.eucII I'lli was Miscellaneous Items. Congress of that completion enact a plicit that they not onlr place his guilt-beyonil wil'ont d. l.au : a'o n b providing The name of the post-ofllc- o at Minks, Lin- river and harbor grab of $18,000,000 In foi t if re of wacon roail Innu grants doubt but they show in the Hi e I. '. fstl.l.lishlllg fj;. coln County, has been changed to More-lauover the President s veto? Did not it clearest light the complicity of tho Re11 hd ai tin roi.ow'iig jiiiiks was pus. and its successors run thc pension up publican managers in the last cam tlnr at I'liitnli I nnd. Lake Michigan: m.ii h ..initu J. T. Bkeen A: Son. druggists, of Mt. to a sum in excess of the entire expenses paign. it oi,ih ( Ineago, 111 ; one ill i"i 11111110 Sterling, have assigned of thc Government in the year lieforo This interesting custodian of tlio Miukui.iw : one at uiiiuin, 'id. in : om nt Point Adnin. Oregon: i ,. 1,0 At Nicbolasvillo. George, a little son of the war? The Republican party "as it records of a United btates Court iliitw.e po t lines and Point Diuble, John Burnsides, councilman, in company was" did many great and beneficent nn iw. point Sn.i Joe and mint with another boy, was accidentally shot acts. But the Republican party as it is agreed with the Republican Executive' J (a! . and one !! Lake Ontario, . 1 ., Committee to furnish papers to all near the mouth . of the Niagara river. while fooling with a pistol. The ball enoilers no inducements to the people to their foreign voters at something less in cd until tered the lip, and ranged down through the "restore the old situation." Boston than half the regular fees, and lifter, st The bill prohibiting the Importa- the election rendered a bill to the comof miekercl ilunrig the paw ning sc:ion chin into tho shoulder and thence into his Sunday Herald. The eot slilerattoii 01 private left side. It is a bad looking wound, but mittee for the whole lump. Not only Sf pn-f- lbusiness wti then prrxeei'ivl with, and several may not prove fatal. BLAINE STILL "BOSS. is this collusive arrangement suggestlulls reported to d .v. .mil on previous Fridays, various posor the whole, were .rein the commit In tbe caso of John B. Davis, of The Pine Tree State Politician Has Ills ive of voting urgency and Amoi'g the hilts passed was one resibilities of haste and zeal, but it is against the Now Jersey Mutual Ills Party, Grip Yet on the Party lrom thc moving the clntrge of clearly contrary to the express provisS E. K. However, ot the Country. reenidof I'liinklln Thompson, alias who for Benefit Association, tho Circuit Court jury cehje. ri his Is the rase el .1 woman ions of thc revised statutes. Biitjfin at Louisville decided in favor of the According to our Washington dis- view of the continuance of tho old retwoyc.n-sscrM-ma Michigan rigitiifiit as a plaint'IT. Davis was insane, and was found disc olng lie r idcntity.l The sn'dUr patches, some significance is attached gime, this probably seemed a small House thfii too a rcccs on-I- t 7 -- iithl eon-- I dead in his stable. It was regarded as a of p. sess)(,n to be for the I'uuddcr.uion sea-s,- .. suicide, as his discharged pistol was found to the organization of the , Republican matter to the Republican managers pension Iu Is The House, nt ts evening 10 p. at his side. Tho jury held that Davis was Congressional Campaign Committee and the Republican clerk of court p thiru enslon bills, uud at insane, and could not know that the shot on w. hat is regarded as a Blaine basis. Mr. Lyman's case is now undergoing m. adjourned until would be fatal, and, therefore, was acci- The selections of Congressman Goit" as investigation in the Treasury Depart, sesWAsiiinoton. M:t 22 Sen tf-- No dental, and instend of allowing only the ment It may possibly be found that, sion. premium he bad paid to the insurance com- chairman and Edward McPherson as in, his zeal for his part-- , ho has inSennte btll wa passed exIlousi: Thc tending the time Tor two yars within which pany, gave a verdict for the full amount secretary are looked upon as directly curred the penalty of violated law; th St. Imis and Sim 1'ranclscn Ilailroad of his insurance, ?10,000, with interest. The iu the interest of the late candidate bu in any case it would seem that his its hue tlnoiigh the Companv iii.iv foiiipii-- t The Senntf um-- i State decision has a precedent in a decision for the Presidency. It is asserted that official head should be in immediate Indinn - Territory. m reported back w.th the made by Judge Davis in Chicago a few the efforts they are to make toward dancer, if the nhrase "offensive parti h'H ciunme ilouse bill n a Mibstitutf and referred to ihe days ago. Comptroller Durham represent i'istrin:r Republican control in tho sanship," with all that it implies, has After pasng a cimminee of the whole. -- hip lull was taken cd tbe defense. " ;' Ilouse at the fall elections are to be not fallen into "innocuous desuetude." tew private lul's the free upnnd discussed tor the rest of the day Nicbolasville Moses Brumflcld's dam- coupled with a concerted movement Washington rost. At priage suit for $2,500 ugninst John W. Over-stree- t, to keep alive the Blaine sentiment Wasiiinuton. May 21. Sr.N TF..-vate calendar wns taken upnnd tiiiml cr of Jessamine Journal correspondent, throughout the country. Of course, ON AN ISOLATED ISLAND. bills passed. Mr. Ciibson (Ki.lspokeat length was disallowed by jury. Overstreet called the avowed object of thc latter movefor In favor ot open executive esions. Tho ment is thc renoaiination of the Maine Senator Talr' SchemeTlac the Removal bill wns pacd and Brumfield a "hoodlum." l)itrict appiopi-oprlnticWhere They of the Apaches to n up for delMte. Presidential the bankrupt lull taken The decision of Judge Simrall, late of the leader as the Republican Will He Well Off and Can Do No Harm. - In the Houe n recoininetidatioii IIOl's'E.Louisville law and equity court, in the im. candidate two vears hence. The rosSenator Fair, of Nevada, has written rrom the Shipping Committee wn agreed v portant case of tbe City of Newport vs. the sip on the subject is an interesting letnli-atorIn the Krev to disthe following letter to the Secretary ol amendment to the shipping bill. Deubcr Light Company, bai been nflirmed contribution to current political Coiifeics were iippointfd on the partn by tho court of appeals. The City of New. cussion. To similar outgivings from the Interior, setting forth a plan for or the House on the Pot otlue nppropnn-tlohill. A bill to increaie the pension of port entered into a contract with the New. other quarters it makes a timely and thc settlement of the Apache question: Moreover, it addition. the widow of Commodore Crnvcn wns passed. port Light Company giving it the exclusivo Miggestivc United States Senate, Washington, D. I'nder the call of St:tf n number of bills right to thc use of the streets of tho city for bears the unmistakable stamp of truth a, April 10. L. Q. C. Lamar, Sttrtiaru of the A bill wns 1 Inclose tbe pamphlet were Introduced and referred. Interior appropriating $25 0tO for the erection the purposo of putting down gas pipes. The and indicates concctly the present of which Dear Sin: you yesterday. By exam1 spoko to n m jnument to General Anthony Wayne ut Deuber Light Company, under a subsequent condition and tendencies of the Reyou will sc5 tho exact position of ining tho map fcton Point. Also a Joint resolution proposof tbe "Santa Catalina Island." It is Isolated contract with the city, began to lay their publican organization in the Nation. ing acofstltutlonnl iimei'dment on the subTrora the shoro for any ordinary polvgamy After struggle for pri- pipes in the streets. "An injunction was Whatever may he thought of Mr. and too far ject ol boat to reach it. My idea is that ir the ority, tin bill taxlngolcomnrgarlne wns taken asked and obtained by the Newport Light Blaine either by critics or adherents, Apacbes were put on this island they would up tor consideration and cbnted during tho Company, and the court of appeals, by his that would be no guards, strength with his party can neither require would he a and allsteam tender and small est of the day. needed Pryor, afllrmed tho judgment of the be ignored nor denied. As the matter crew to run between tho und tho port Judge communiis. even in nominal of Wlltnlnicton for the purposes ofIn my opin1'ort lgn Notes. lower court, which holds the contract of the stands cation aud supply. This would. Qunnv VirroitiA' birthday was observed city with the Newport Light Company retirement, the most conspicuous ion, set the Apoche question at rest forever, with the usual ceremonies in spite of the valid. in the country. Out of office would n ve the eountrv munv valuable lives Government millions of money. The and miserable weather which prevailed attday The drivers at tho Covington stock yards his movements are more closely title thothe Island is perrect. As near as I can to . by the politicians of both remember tbo price asVed by the owners 1 ou the 24th. The Prince and Princess of made a demand for an increase of ball a watched Wales visited tho Queen, nt Windsor, nud dollar per trip between tho yards in that parties than any representative of thc cither threo or four dollars an acre. Owing Is n location or s tendered their congratulations. minority who occupies official station-- . to thoand salubriousthe iland the climate as can be found anywhere city and tho Cincinnati stock yards, a mild ago. The company refused to grant Defeat has not deprived htm of the in the world. Should you look withoffavor The French Government bns notified the this suggestion as to tho v.iluo Vatican that France is willing to provide this,and the men havo stopped work. There adhesion of a large body of followers upon mf the purpose named 1 shall be glad island tor are about fourteen of them. They have in ever' State of the Union. The num- at any time to go more Into detail with you incomes for new trench cardinals Actruly. cordingly thc Pope will create three French been getting $1.50 per trip heretofore. Tho erous body, of partisans of his train do upon the subject. I am yours very a. t James air. stock-yard- s company insists that that is not necessarily represent tho original Cardinals, postponing tho intended creaSenator Fair when spoken to upon "! tion of threo Nuncios. Seven hats will be fair payment, and is not inclined to yield to Republicanism of the United States. the suDJect said that he really believed ., . given at the next consistory. The creation the men. On the 22nd it wns thought some Of that element much of the bct has tho Indians would be pleased with of Father Massella, who is a Jesuit, is much compromise would bo patched up in u day already passed over to thc Democracy. Santa Catalina after they got there, alr .. A section not so lnrge but still influ commented ou. or so. , though they might possiuiy iigm m Dan'i. L. S.vrrAKRONS, of Lexington, has ential is irrevocably arrayed in antago- against going. The island is situated . -- A report on tho newspapers of thc to the Presidential aspirations nism world has recently been laid before the been appointed un internal revenue ganger of Mr. Blaine. Nevertheless, what re- in the Pacific Ocean, about twenty-five-milsouthwest of Los Angeles. The Imperial German Diet. It would ap- in tbe Seventh of Kentucky District, and mains of the old party stands firmly pear that then exist 3 1,000 newspapers, Robt. W. Lewis, Louisville, a storekeeper committed to his fortunes and looks climate, he said, is delightful and the , this island the total issues of which during the in the Fifth District. him as its most capable and in- fishing excellent Should TiiE other evening in Edmonton, near the upon year amount to oi):.000,000. Of these chieftain. Nor are the mani- be purchased and the Indians placed . court-hous- e door, William Slinker shot and fluential of sympathy and support thereon it will forever put an end to 19,000 papers appear in Europe, 12,000 festations in North America, 775 in Asia, ami C09 severely wounded Bill Clymer. It appears, confined to his original followers. the annual summer raids of these In- - . in South America. Sixteen thousand that William's kindly remembrance of Bijl They are as visible among thecxtremists Hans upon the unprotected white setemanated from nu occurrence of n similur live hundred arc in the English lantlers and their families, and the Gov?fj Stalwart school as co-mu! $-! 1 n-- eil 111 nd reported it i.n wttbout division, and tbe nale S-Ui- 1. ..- .. ..v., .IT....wl aft.l c,n- - r,. mmittte and House bill tor . mmi weigher of coal at coal mines; bill repealing fcible." T nn net nrovidlnir for extra compensation of What was this a! situation?" It is regucircuit clerks in thi State; House bill lating tho admission of evidence In writing vll tit re.e.ill "it re aeceptmsr the by comparison. The Governor sent in tho was somethinsr assumption following appointments' which were apesirable to restore. provedFor commissioner of Lexington which it Asylum. I)r. J. II. Patterson. Z. Gibbons, Tl, ..tl cUtiilmn M -... .,,..ii4M,j ln dl JV5 WCH UIHI, Hodjier D. Willlama; for assistant physician. ''''lpd fc"T' Dr. Alvln Duvall. or Frankfort The Senate or uje peori House roQia4 r nliomro "i ttrTuut in-- t tion to extend thc sofslon 0110 wTeek. f jtitice, it P&ovj'rv unsetHot'PK. Tlio report of tho Joint ConferquestioijCjIJjpHV troiifJleTthe' ence Counnittee on tho revenue lull was tled Democracy, evil in tho Govadopted and tho bill only awaits the signature of the Governor to become a law. Tho ernment which they are striving to euro, penitentiary bill was then taken up and dis- i a legacy of KepubMcan neglect or cussed till the hour of adjournment for dinner. Several local bills were pushed. miru e. To restore the "old situation" Frankfort, May 17. Senate The appro- is to restore a civil service thoroughly priation hill was reported. Mr. Hrvnn obthroughintensely partisan jected to the third reading of the bill, nnd and threw It into the orders of the day. He did out, and to permit its use as an ad- -j this in order to secure an extension of tho net of a party machine. Ono year of session for two or threo days. Alter a cou-- t Democratic rule has brought a great hours, the friends of exest of nearly two tension secured u suspension of the rules In improvement in this respect. Tho puborder to consider thc resolution to prolong lic service is being departisanized, and the session An amendment to adjourn on Thursday was defeated by a vote of 23 to 5. there is no complaint of the negleet of evening at 6 their duties by otlicials to engage in Another to adjourn o'clock, offered by Mr. Clay, was adopted by a partisan work, nor of the interference 1,1. vote of 20 to The resolution was then adopted by a vote of 21 to 11. Tbe resolution of the people s servants m the manwns at once carried into the Hous e for conagement of elections. Tho new situacurrence, and there It met with bitter opposition is vastly better than thc old ono in tion, but was final1 concurred in. lieforo the Hoiiec hnd concurred in the resolution this respect. the Senate hnd passed the Appropriation Of the labor troubles the same thing Hill, and adjourned to meet again tins afteri true. It wjl under Republican rule noon. A tho was Hofi lawbill so to passed to amend per- anil Republican laws that cheap cona provide thnt any Insurance tract labar was introduced to this son appointed by an Insurance company to was solicit insurance shall ho held to thc ni;cnt of country, that the company and not of the person mteres- - stimulated by the bounties of protect(d Tho lot bill to place the clerk of tho tion, and wages of Jetierson county circuit court on nn equality were forcedthat the eighty centsminers a day. down to with the clerks in other counties has been found, and wns called up this mnrnin '. It It was the ''old situation"'" that saw the wn passed. It reduces John Cain's fees to f750perjcar. flie Senate bill to crinif the panic of 1873 and the depression of Kentucky Manufacturing Institute tor the 1S.S1, and that ended with a million unblind to sell its propertj and purchase propStates. erty in other places were passed. A btll employed laborers in the Unitedand the nutbori7.ln;rthe fttateto sell itstnrnp kostoek The rise of the many millions and invest the proceeds was scut Into the combination of gigantic corporations orders ot thc dny A bill to except opticians were both incidents of this former from tbe law taxing sellers of spectacles wa3 regime. In 1860 the men in this countreated likewise. Frankfort, Ky.. Mavis Tho Kentucky try who were worth .$5,000,000 could Legislature cloed its labor this afternoon at be counted on the lingers of two hands. six 'clock und nearly nil of its members nro on their way home. The Sennte, nttcr two In 1SS1 fortunes of .20,OU0,0O0 and l .?50,000,COO were not surprising, and tentiary blll.and itvas igncsl by the Governor men. "rich beyond the dreams of is claimbefore the session closed. Tbisbill.it avarice," were "piling still higher their ed, will. In a great degree, relieve tho present trouble In the penitentiary mutter, but superfluous wealth. The rich have opponents of tho bill say it is virtually giving grown richer and the poor poorer, in the present lessees Mason. Foard &Co a ten years' lease. The utiul icsolutlon of thanks spite of the better condition of some were passed, and parting speeches of much classes of working-me- n and the larger feeling were made by Mesi. Mulligan.ltead, earnings of salaried person. Tramps, Speaker Wortblngton. Thome, and Offutt's farewell addres moved nearly strikes and labor riots are developGenevery The tears. to one passed ments of the Republican era. The was bill Appropriation eral some Credit Mobilier, the grand larcenous in the Sennte and by the House with amendments. The following salaries were land grabs, the star route frauds, the allowed the officers: Clerks, assistant clerks and second assistant clerks, per day, $10; decay of the navy, and the department s sergfunt-nt-nrmund doorkeepers, per day, thieveries were all incidents of the "old cloak-rookeepers, 45; pages, perdav. per dav .1; enrolling clerk, per dny. $8; for situation." Coming down to matters of current carpenter, SJ; for n'sistnnt Librarian. $.1; Guy liurret. for two daily papers to each meminterest, dir not a recent Republican ber nnd officer during the geiou, $1,654. Several other small amounts were nppro- - Congress fail to pass a national bank- Iho Democratic apparent failurot House to accojjipJUjwhat was hoped "it haervod at least to 7510 (0 from it, that 10 WR13 W practical contrast, how much show, by 758 50 13 worth to the KWitUfS 10 (i022 00 Republican rule country, and to SSBS .doubtful voters I'roceedlngs of the Legislature. that the irreat cTV l the times is to Fhankkort, May 15. Senate. mils pnssed: restore the old siw. n aj soon as pos- providing Inspector '1 3V3 2 i MA 3 W i 75 5 25ft 5 75 5 SOS 6 00 6 .Wi 7 25 60 7 9 00,10 50 3 Tryfe f3 1 TTtft 3 25 75 t 50 5 ' a 75 6 25 7 U) 6 ft& 7 25 SITUATION. Tho People Are "i$ilnK for Republican lUilf to Any .Aarolng Kxtent. at tliu West A Republican orp complacently oteervin vjew 0f tj,0 THE "J11 NEW jjx 1' ikJ. t'j4fe m - -- zmm. oy 1 for a moment that Mr. Blaino lilmsell ; would hesitate to make the effort, if hoi 1:11 believed the prize within his grasp. If ho conceives the consummation of tho ambition of his life to bo in the rango of"the possibilities, he will accept tho nomination, if tendered. If to his practiced eye Republican triumph appears out of the question, as now seems probable, he'will resolutely decline to serve as the standard bearer of an army doomed in advance to irrctriav- - 52T .tbie defeat. Air. Blame has always been regarded as a sharp and shrewd""" politician. With all his sharpness ana '$ IH shrewdness, however, he learned sonic valuable lessons in the last campaign.' and one of these was that a Presidential candidacy, unless a reasonable chance of success is involved, is not a thing, to f f be, coveted or willingly accepted. opponents aud supjleanwhile, thc porters of Mr. Blaine are not inclined to JerraU him to rest, even though he WerCUesirOoiwi"ttltirrwinK .Hox;etb.c forward with increasing earnestness Thc Independent Reand frequency. publicans who antagonized him in 18S4 announce their readiness to repeat thc operation in 18S8, should he again enter the lists. The Blaine Republicans insist that he would be stronger two years hence than any nominee who could be submitted; that the fire ot accusation has been withdrawn, and that he can concentrate thc party forces and attract outside recruits to an extent that no other Republican could hopo for. That these considerations are to be debated for many months to come is an accented fact iu politics. In tho interval of discussion it is not probable that Mr. Blaine's hold on his party His conwill be broken or loosened. tinued ascendency renders futile for the time being the aspirations of Logan, Hoar, John Sherman and their compatriots. It effectually shelves EdRemunds and every other publican as a Presidential quantity. It will enable Mr. Blaine to nominate himself in the next Presidential struggle, if he desires the nomination. It will, in all human probability, empower him to dictate the nomination of his favorite candidate, if he does not desire it for himself. In fact, Mr. Blaine is obviously the boss of his party at this hour. But his party is not thc country, and a nomination, as Mr. Blaine very well knows, is not invariably equivalent anti-Blaine B m fronTllticallissociation.lWscnsions of his availability or unavailabilitygt l over-producti- to an election. Brooklyn Eagle. lSr'eaJFrt e 1 a 11 Iilf-SllV- d. tof 1 11 Mot-day- Har-rodsbu- rg, t'ed dc-erfo- n sd Thc 11 4 isl 11 an few-day- , m es , they are of the old in thc circle formerly characterized as Reverses at the polls thu may have impaired his standing with the multitudes of voters; his relations to machine men have been strengthened and solidified by his overthrow. His position in his party is such that it must inevitably, unless a complete change occurs, exert a potent ana far reachisn influence on the Republican Half-Breed-s. ernment should take some steps in this direction looking to tne protection 01 its citizens. Washington dispatch. ,.. Undoubtedly, Mr. Blaine and his ad herents are giving careful attention to the possibilities of 1888. Undoubtedly, they mesa to set him again in tbe field, if a reasoaable prospect of success is Can he be elected? is the presented. only question tha.t disturbs or restrains It is the chict consideration them. which will govern their future opera- IjoD-i- IDipaiuK .?.fr.r isa " --"- , aa'Www'geqi perou piiieve Thc President's message to Congress, recommending the creation of a national arbitration, bureau, not only contains in itself good advice bntf tho action which it suggests is probably r the limit of the power of Congress to, interfere in or compose labor differ- ences. St. Paul Pioneer-Pro- s. l ' license was is-A marriage cnerl Kama. Pa., the other in day to Grover Cleveland. Thc recipi ient is a Polander, who lives in Shen'" andoah. His right name was too TJiffi-people and s enltfor ho was reohristened and is now known. wn uvferi'; "j " Enerlish-sncakin- 'aaaaH - , K5! . si' mwi vrifflrrfimns mrTin-i' -- . & ..- - - ilawj J&. .Mk ,: SSi " -- rt . rj - j? , j.' iuy. tg$&ii iZ5fckZL&te?& i ,1 jm ill II ! Ill 4 MMVVtfti The x &4r again would I touch a penny of his vn Al money. I would snow him wnemu was a ;rood for naught, as he had said. My plan was to masc a Iprtune iu order. Then I would return to ew York, and as I unfolded my millions to aEpEG KENTUCKY oe astonished gaze of my stern parent, L would snap my finger fit his face and hickmak ' V ' cry: thy wealth.'iirtah! I wish 1E THRUSH. "Keep none of it!' "It gave me great comfort to repeat knovt;notoir. tVirii word- -, and as T U....lif over mV ."ler- - 10JWf?!2;-r- on The.fchanscd flitting wins. comiug trimuph I forgot a about my 1o3 oU saw no honit'Mck feelings. ., the notes of .k m a song: dear! 1 don't believe you want wrong, nor lute, to hear the rest of this storv. It makes "Swff'adoubt of any thing. me blush to think of it. We'll. H I"iu3t' . i. hrnnct- . v. m here goes. lor ram " . .iilm tho bet t5her that comes c'of Sprinfr nest. her 1 very soon found out that Melv;, ne sees his mate Y! the woods arc bourne was full of men who had come year's love. I know- from distant lands to et rich quickly as lost nis itje ho keens of woe; in the Land of Promise. The city was a year, and so too uui tfs in full of strangers of every sort; Englishbird fOTm thrush can sins'. Atlantic Mantlilv. o wondr men, Irishmen, Americans, Spaniards, uiiiuamen.anui uon tknowwnatau. " pretty the truth iDIGAl SON. was abe told. rough crowd, if talking of $ must They werc'all r the gold fields and the sheep pastures, Opai thp Husks of Life and I soon found out that these were considered the two royal roads to forfojAttstralia. tune. I mingled with the rough, restless crowd, and my ears burned with rCs.'k "id Ernest, hon'htfllv the stories I heard of fabulous nuggets trok.ngTbi30igrmist:u.he..Iha been of gold picked up in the ncwEl Dorado-Melooked at my smooth, bovish face, Alrodigjlon. knoiv uiu WllOie , .. storw ff , and my sulish clothes,' with some ""ubt mwiinls, j.nt try it 'for your-sei- astonishment, but they were accustomed ot men and but pray don't blame me if vou to see all sortsgold fevcis-4jii- boys among means them, for tho """I tlat it Uurts.woree than a ruler on a poor man's disease, anduntftersaud wecnanu teftv Mde. miners often woi-kiI'XflflMMP'1'0 say J 1 ffidmU- , n TAMAGE'S . SEIDION. Second Discourse of tho Series On tho Labor Question. Itow Employer Onclit to Triit Employes rructlcal SuKKPtIoiiH OutxWle the Question of lletter Wages anil Shorter llourn. Rev. T. DeWlttTalmage, in delivering his second sermon on the labor question at Brooklyn Tabernacle, took two texts from which to illustrate his subject, as follows: If ye bite anil devour one another, take hMd that ye be not consumed one of another. IGalatlans v., 15. Look not every man on his own things; but every man also on the things of other. 11 -- forct-thron- Jiowshe. . '0 '. ... X r? S"" n f f; o 1 SilJJ-Jjiirt- o I Nast's big cartoons; though I did not have much time to think of pictures then, I assure you. He always ended the performance with a lecture, in which I was informed that L was wilder and wickeder than, a whole tribe of Western Jndians, with squaws, papooses; Bijr Medicine ITen and dogs thrown in. I never thought much of this joke, but it always seemed to cheer him up immensely. lie would then go back to making money, and spoil me, just as he had done liefore, with pleim of spending monev and unlimited liberty to do as I pleae. Great humbugs, these rich and generous fathers, aren't they? Well, with such a start, I don't think it was strange that in the middle of my Freshman year at college I was suddenly sent home to stay. Sonwbody had Jbyjn, playing pranks 1 wa"s pounced upon. Lying not being one of mjaceomplishmehts, I admitted liaving a hand in tho mischief. I wonldnt"pcacli on my companions, so I was made a scapegoat. My father said his heart was broken. I'hatl disgraced the family. The only thing ho could do rith me, he thought, was to send me traveling. Perhaps I might pick up some common sense in foreign lamlsTue next thing I knew I was on board the American packet ship 'Lib-ertik vthe midst of tumbling waves, ami bound for Australia. There was a letter of credit in my pocket and a new pain in my hearts-on- e, my dear, that I hope you may never experience. 'Did I cry? Now please don't ask impertinent questions. Was 1 homesick and miserable amid the wild waste of waters? Ah, my dear boy, you do not know how big and lonesome and awful tho great sea makes this world feel." You never realize its size until you have been going for days and davs, and days and days, and find the same circle of water about you, with no apparent end in front. You feel that the distance back to your beloved home can never be measured. At the same time your memory becomes very active, and events of a year ago arc brought vividly before ou. You can feel mamma's last kiss like a benediction upon your brow; you can feel her soft warm arm about you, just when she held you close and begged you, while big tears fell on your hair, to be a good boy, and come back very, very 30011. Qk! oh! on! how good you would bo if you could only have those dear arms about you now! But all the money in the world could not take you back yl -- nion Xew York kind. You wouldn't have to go far, mv dear, to find plentv of fellows who wore worse and plenty more who were better than L So, you &ee, I was not so bad as bad could bo; oh. dear, no! Indeed. I had a kind heart; I am sure, and 1 adore my little mother. I had heaps and heaps of pood intentions, and 'when mamma cried and begged me not to be so wild and mischievous, why bless me, I would cry half the night with the realest kind of remorse, and promise oh. so earnestly that I would turn over a new leaf and keep it turned over. I never knew a boynvlip could do more hard and bitter repenting in the course of a single night. But then daylight would como and I would forget and, well, vou know the ret, if you are not a boy of the Sundav-choobook variety. '3Iy father wliat shall I say about him? I really fciippoe he ought to have been gadded himself, if people what they pitof money deserved. But he had a lot to take care of, and he was awfully busy getting a lot more I'm Mire 1 don't know why. for he had more than we could ever spend. So it was only once in a while that he could stop long enough to weep over hN son. When he did he used to say that there was enough original in in my small body to keep a mischief-mi- ll funning day "and niht. Then he would rawhide me till' the welts on my back were like the shading on one of Mr. Thomas thatJwniartipK,foitl "'fttft,, jJA , jnt "l m criss-crosse- d Wmooth, fell in Treat intor.t in sleek man who took a j - me. I tokrlnm .til about myself And my plans for astonishing the governor. He said I was a brave fellow, and advised 1110 to join his party, which was getting ready for the gold fields. I was only too glad to accept. When I woke up one morning ami found that my new friend had walked off with my new clothes, my gold watch, my letter of credit, and all my money, I began to lose faithin the gold fields. The rascal n clothes, and, had left me his to show that he still had a conscience, he had placed a couple of gold sovereigns in the vest pocket So I tried perforce. Now, I don't think I care to say much about the two years I spent, three hundred miles from Melbourne, working for a fanner at seven English shillings a week. It was not a life to brag about. For a young man seeking his fortune it was not a success. If you could have seen Ernest Travers, the son of a rich man, shelling dried peas, and helping to wash sheep, and currying horses, all for the princely sum of a dollar and a half a week and his board. I don't think vou would have envied the Prodigal Son a bit I don't care to tell how many quarts of tears I shed on those peas.or how many, many times I vowed that if I ever got home again I would be a good boy for ever after. I hoarded the pennies but they came slowly. "One day, after two years of this life, I threw down my spade where I Wiis digging, and started on foot for Melbourne. Do you know what it is to walk three hundred miles over a rough country? I hope you never will. When I reached Melbourne my clothes were in tatters and my shoes "were all uppers. I was so stiff" that it took me an hour to walk half a mile, and blisters on my feet often made mo cry with pain, "and I was no baby either. I was a pretty looking spectacle! On the road a big tramp took away my little hoard of money, and all I had left was a few shillings wjiich he hatl overlooked. I had intended to go homo as n stporagi pncngtr. tNovv I mu-- t work mv passage. 'But this was not so eas-- . feel captains looked at my ragged elothesand tangled hair, laughed, and said they I didn't want anv hoi p. slept at a tramps" lodging-hous- e j at best it was almo-- t that. For a six-nenee von hono-h- t :i ticket entitlintrvnii to a night's lodging, such as itwa?. L ate stale rolls, and thought them good. I had no mrtnnv to lmv bittir fur with Every day 1 passed the bank to which 1 hail hal letters of introduction, but pride kept me from going in. "One night I spent my last sixpence for a lodging ticket. By some chance that night the man who took up the tickets passed me by. I kept the ticket in my pocket, and wondered if I could get another night's lodging out of it. The next day I had nothing to eat. Late in the afternoon 1 swallowed .my pride and it was all I had left to swallow and went into the bank. '"Have vou any mail for Ernest well-worsheep-raisintin-big 'iW" 'I il'htllpplans , 4. The labor aRitation will soon quiet. The mills will again open, the railroads re sume their tralllc, our National prosperities again start. Of course the damage done by the strikes can not immediately be repaired. Wages will not be so high as they were. Spasmodically they may be high er, but they will drop lower. Strikes, whether they are right or wrong, always injure laborers more than they do capitalists. You will see this in the starvation of next winter. Boycotting and violence and murder never pay. They are different stages of anarchy. God never blessed murder. The worst use you can put a man all to Is to kill him. Blow up the country seats on the banks of the Hudson, and all the fine houses on Madison snuare. and Brooklyn heichts.and Bunker hill and Rittnnhnuise snuare. and Beacon Btrwatr unci nll'tlia ltri,)lM Miitl tltnltr Mini stones will just fall hm-on tho bare hands of Amsrican labor. The worst enemies of the working classes of the United States and Ireland are their Tho assassinademented coadjutors. tions of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Burke in Plioenii Park, Dublin, Ireland, in the attempt to avenge tho wrongs of Ireland, only turned away from that ntllicted people millions of sympathizers. The attempt to Wow up the House of Commons in London had only this effect to throw out of employment tens of thousands of innocent Irish people in England. In this country the torch put to thp factories that have discharged hands for good or bad r.json; obstructions on the in front of midnight express trains, because theoffenders do not like the president of the company; strikes on shipboard the hour thev were going to sail, or in printing otllces the hour the paper was to go to press, or in the mines the day thecoal was to be delivered, or on house scaffoldings so the builder fails in keeping his contract all these aro only a hard blow on the head of American labor, and cripple its arms, and lame Its feet, and pierce its Traps sprung suddenly on employers, and violence, never took one knot out of tho knuckles of toil, or put one farthing of wages into a callous palm. Barbarism will never cure the wrongs of civilization. Mark that But gradually the damages done the laborer by the strike will be repaired, and some important things ought now to be said. The whole tendency of our times, as you have noticed, is to make tho chasm between employer and employe wider and wider. In olden time the head man of the factory, the master builder, the capitalist, the head man of the Ann worked side by side with their employes, working sometimes at the same bench, dining at the same table; anil there are those here who can remember the time when the clerks of large commercial establishments were accustomed to board with the head men of tho firm. All that is chanced, and the tendency is to make the distance between employer and employe wider and wider. The tendency is to nmke the employe feel that he is wronged by the succes- - of the capitalist and to make the capitalist "Now ray Ialiorers are only beasts of burden; I must give so much money for so much drudgery, just soiunny pieces of silver for so many beads of weat." In other words, the bridge of t.ympathy is broken down at both ends. That feele ing was well described by Thomas when be said: I'lueson, of St. Dolly Undershot, buck So you see it is not a question betwe j uu aim j uui uuipiuye so uiuca as 11 Is a question between you and your God. Do not say to your employes, "Now, if you, don't like this place get another, ' when you know they can not get another. As far as possible once a year visit at their homes, your clerks and your workmen. That is the only way yon can become acquainted with their wants. You will by such process find out that there is a blind parent or a sick sister being supported. You will find some of your young men in rooms without any Are in winter, and ia summer sweltering in apartments. You will And how much depends on the wages you pay or withhold. On Saturday morning, when you come into your counting-rooand draw the check which will bring the money for the wages on the salaries, you will have a thrill of satisfaction in knowing it is not only the money you give to the young man, but the relief to the dire necessities which stand back of him. Moreover, it Is your dutv as employer, as far as possible, to mold the welfare of the employe. You ought to adviso him m rted in roughest cradle, on whos ocker misfortune had put her violent oot and tipped them into the cold orld. Those men are sympathetic with ovs. But you are not onlv toJe kind to thos who are under you- - Christianly kind but you are also to see that your boss work- A CHINESE CITY. rail-trac- t. 1 l: Car-lyl- caneer llkesiysto hi men "S'oble spinners, this is the hundredth thousand we have gained, whe otn I mean to dwell and plant my vineyards. The hundred thouxund pound Is mine, the dally wn wns yours. Adieu, noble "pinner, drink ray lie iltli with this groat eitch, which I give you over and above." Now what we want is to rebuild that bridge of sympathy, and I put the tro'wel to one of the abutments and I preach more especially this morning to employers as such, although what I have to say will be appropriate to all who are in ' the house. The outrageous behavior of a multitude to-da- y; Travers?' I asked. "The clerk looked at me curiouslv. "What Ernest Travers?' ho asked. "I mentioned my father's name and address. " 'Wait a moment,' said the clerk. He went into an inner office, and I heard whispering voices and saw curious faces peering at me through tho glass doors. The room was whirling around and my head felt light and giddy and queer. My heart was beating wildly, yet 1 wanted to laugh, and all aire1. Spend your life in getting and the while I was suffering cruel agonies O, liow hungry I ing the earnings of other people. of apprehension. ship-owners, , of laborers toward their employers during the lat three months, behavior infamous and worthy of most condign punishment, may have induced some employers to neglect the real Christian duties that thev owe to those whom they employ. Therefore I want to say to you whom I confront face to face, and thoie to whom these words may come, that all all capitalist-,all commercial tirms, nil master I uilders, nil housewives are Imund to b interested in the entire welfare of their subordinates. Years ago some one gave thre prescriptions for becoming n millionkeepworri-ment- s, was! 2. Have now! So the big ship crept on. and on, and on, across the summer sea, until half of this huge world lay between me and my home days older and Jolt a hundred years when the 'Liberty' reached Melbourne. You don't know muchabut Melbourne, do vou? Nor l!t H i Lit IH I r V about Australia? 0, yes; I've no doubt you know just yhero tho big red blot is on the map in your geography, and can tell me what that book says about the bi island. But you have a verv foggy idea about it in spito of that, I'fl wager my hat. You can not iinaginq what a great country it is, with mountains and valleys and plains; with rivers as big as the Hudson and cities as large as Brooklyn. Why, Melbourne is a big city, with huge wharves and warehouses and elegant buildings and street cars, and noise anil" 'smoke, and big snips anu steamers in the harbor, and "When the clerk came back and told me to call again the next morning at ten, I smiled and winked at him familiarly, and staggered out of the door. My heart felt as if it would burst. I made one final effort to find work on a ship. In vain. Then I wandered through the streets and looked at the good things to eat in the bakc-showindows. I thought of mv dear mother and prayed through blinding tears that I might sec her just once before I died. It was not 4e3'r-Mrc- d, but to die so Tar away." "When nightfall came I crept? back to the lodging house. I snJcd once to think of the chance whicli jrave me shelter for one more night. When the man came around to take the tiekets I handed him mine. It was a blue one. He handed it back to inc. 'That's the wrong color for he said. Tay or git!' So I spent tho night in the streets the longest, darkest, most awful night of my life. p oth TS. .". no anxiety about the the losses, the disappointments of S? to-uig- "Well, that ends the story of the Prodigal Son," said Earnest, drawing a lone sirrh. "When - mir-Wi-l tht bank the next morning at ten, the first fl(ncorl I fnn 1 Cotr irnc ! l I- 5 tir ft .a i m . iuuii villi linen riifw vi-kB. .,..w ,l "1 it aiiavv 111 wiuumjuw me use me face 01 u :V;- u thn hin,o..x uitiu. n11111u.11 111 1:111111 :; angei :,.,J niMni .. . vv "uaptain 11 Uomnr shouted. 'O . i vm w;vsw . tiiii vv rwwa tiwnm n ahiva v tx aU..l mUBi WiaHK T ncT rone n t, i , ..-....vulbuu, ia,Biuuiisaiiii .V !, ! t, nio i.j SUi n lau. tunes rrrore lonesome in this bustling lee ... T I)!UA.Knfll nfcfmnm.nn ".w" ""' M"u' "lU 'Ben on a ""V sliore. hain't ve. bov?' A.nd ' OI Course t was ennnrrh nf n m-nnf 1 cabled then I learned how I had been about and advertised for until do that "As I said before, I hail a lettet of the bauk was overrun with pretended Ernest Traverses." H.W. Raymond, creditlrf iny pocket. There was about my father, and he had given 'me documents which would enRev. J. C. C. Clarke, of Shnrtleff able ae to draw at the various banks m Australia25 sterling, or over $200 College, Upper Alton, M., has pre- to .University of Rochester, month. But I had beln thinking the li")!e once owned by Dr. latter over. There was a verv con- in .,., lo iBDr'iiKa " cucia LUCKeu X.WSV in ttiit BivtAiin.raQf- old body, sad I was too independent 'jf11' PubItehed " 1608.CfeCflo Inter wages. Malachl. for;aay,tKig. J made up mv mind 1'hou shalt not keep the wages of the hire-lothat Lwould not use the letter of credit,? night unto the morning. Leviticus The lnnacy committee of Pennsylor accept anv further assistance from vania has discovered a your servants that Muster, case where a wliicifls justgive unto mv father. I would i,t himnir rra wealthv farmer has and equal, "snowln? that ye eight imbecile chilIn Heaven. UolQisinn had cho,en to turn mo nway from his i . man ana wile were blooa ilso have a Master r borne, I said to rayeelf. .Never never j coustas.-PtfatW- pWa j cn.. TWr..;.'.i jVt :."" 1 . .. wr . ... InA-n- A . - 1 " 7 a -. Irt":-- ..u m. -- -- -- 1 W. - r ,. . .. 1 i,",i" :,"'.. - noth-ing,m- ui 4nd t J., ! service. First of all then, pay as large wages as ere reasonable and as your business will atford. Not nces-arilwhat others pay, "ertainly not what your hired help say you must pay, for that is tyranny on the part of labor unbearable. The right of a laborer to tell his employer what he must pay, implies the right of ar; employer to compel a man iuto a service whether he will or not, and either of those ideas is despicable. When 3ny employer allows a laborer to sav what he must door have his business ruined, and the employer submits to it, he does every business miu in the United States a wrong 'and yields to a principal which, carried oat, would dis solve society. Look over your affairs and put yourselves in imagination in your laborer's place, and then pay him what before God and your own conscience you ought to pay him. "God bless yoas" are well enough in their place, b it they do not buy coal nor pay house rent, nor get shoes for the children. At the same time, you. the employer, ought to remember through what straits and strains you got the fortune by . liirli you run your store or factory. You are to romeraber that you take nil the risks and the employe takes none, or scarcely any. You are to remember that ihere may be reverses in fortune, and that some new style of machinery may make your machinery valueless, or some new business back hopestyle of tariff set lessly and forever. You must take all that into consideration, and then pay what is reasonable. Do not be too ready to cut down wages. pay all, and pay As far as possible promptly. There is a great deal of Bible teaching on this subject. I will be a swift witness against all sorcerers, and asalnst all adulterers, and icalust those who oppress the hireling In his y g people. Now there is not a man in my audience who would consent to go out into life with those three principles to earn a fortune. It is your desire to do your whole duty to the men and women in your not mind the fact that your vast wealth implies the poverty of a great many Do Hi- - about investments, about life insurance, about savings banks. You ought to give him the benefit of your experience. There are hundreds and thou. sands of employers in this country and England, I am glad to sav, who are settling m the very best possible way the destiny of their employes. Such men as Marshall, of Leeds; Fister, of Bradford; Akroyd, of Halifax, and men so near at home It might offend their mod. esty if I mentioned their names. The libraries. men have built reading-roomconcert halls, afforded croquet lavin cricket grounds, gymnasiums, choral societies for their MnpIos. mid they hav not merely paid the wages on Saturday night, but through the contentment ani the thrift and the good morals of thr employes, they are paving wages from generation to generation forever. Again, I counsel all employers to look well after the physical health of their subordinates. You are expected to understand better than thev all these questions of ventilation and sunshine, aad all the laws of hygiene. chances. Then are stores and banking housei Then if, in moving around your factory, and factories and newspaper establish- or mill, or barn, or store, you are inexoraments where the atmosphere U death. ble with young men, God will remember Your employes may not always appreci- it. Some day the wheel of fortune will ate your work, as that style of kind- turn and you will bo a pauper, and your ness was not appreciated in the instance daughter will go to the work house, nnd mentioned by Charles Reade, where in a your son will die on the scaffold. If, in great factory a fun was provided moving your young men, you seo one with for the blowing away of the dut of metal mi ominous pallor of cheek, or you hear anil stone, the dust arising from the ma- him coughing behind the countsr, say to . chinery, and some of the workmen refused him: to put this great fan in motion. They "Stay home a day or two and rest, or seemed to prefer to inhale the filing?, the go out and breathe the breath of the poisonous filings, into their lunais. But hills." in the vast majority of cases your emIf his mother die. do not demand that ployes will appreciate every kindness in on the day after the funeral ho be in the store. that direction. Give him at least a week to get Then I would have you carry out this over that which he will never get over. Employers, urge upon your employes sanitary idea, and put into as few hours as possible the work of the day. Some above all n positive religious life. You time ago whether it has lieen changed I can do it. You are In a position not to be know not there were one thousand grolaughed at, or scoffed at, or jeered at. cer clerks in Brooklyn who went to busi- You hold the keys of the establishment, ness nt five o'clock in tho morning nnd nnd bv your position you demand continued until ten o'clock nt night. Now, reverence. Now. urge all those omployes into a religious life. So far from that that is inhuman. It seems to me all the merchants in all how is it, young men? Instead of being departments ought, by simultaneous move- cheered mi the road to Heaven some of you ment, to come out in behalf of the earlv are caricatured, and it is a hard thing for closing theory. These young men ought to keep your Christian integrity in to have an opportunity of goini; to the .store or factory where there are so Mercantile library, to the rending rooms, hostile to religion. Ziethen, a brave to the concert hall, to the gymnasium, to al under Frederick the Great, was a the church. Thev have nerves, thev nave tian Frederick tho Great was an brains, they have intellectual isp rations, day Ziethen, the venerable, they have immortal spirits. If tht- - can General, nsked to be excused do a good round day's work in the ten or i military duty that he might attend eleven hours, you have no right to keep olv sacrament. He was excused. A them harnessed for seventeen. I d not ays after Ziethen was dining with think that any intelligent emplo- er nz ind with many notables of Prus- afford to he reckless of the physiril and vhen Frederick the Great, in a jocose mental health of his subordinates. said But above all. 1 charge you, O employell. Ziethen, how did the sacrament ers, that you look after the moral an 1 spirt Friday digest?" The venerable old itual welfare of your employes First, ior arose and said: know where they spend their evenings r your Majesty I hnve risked my Ufa That decides evry thing. You do i y a time on the battle-fieland for want around your money drawer a Majesty I would be willing any time man who went last mzht towJai k'sbep-pari but vou do wrong when you insult A man that comes into the t r in hristian religion. You will forgive tho morning ghastly with midnight revelI, vour old military servant, can not ry is not the man for your store. The n silence an insult to my Lord and young man who spends his evenings m the ir " Frederick the Great leaped to socioty of refined women, or in musical or t, and he put out his hand and he artistic circles, or in literary improvement, is the young man for vour store. appy Ziethen! forgive me, forgive Without any disgusting inq'iislf eness, You will never be bothered again." without any impertinence, vou ought to there are many boin scoffed at for have your young men understand that- vou , eligion' and I thank God that there are interested so much in their welfare many men as brave as Ziethen. Go that you want to know where srend i ven yourself, oh employer! Take their leisure hours, and they will frankly our people with you. Soon you will nnd gladly tell you. be through buying aud selling, and Do not say of these young men: "If through with manufacturing and buildthey do their work in the business hours ing, an God will ask you: "Where are that is all I have to ask." God has made all those people over whom you had so 3'ou that man's guardian. I want you to great influence? Are they here? Will understand that many of these ynung they be here?" Oh, into men are orphans, or woise than orphans, what harbor will your crew sail? After flung out into society to struggle for them- being tossed on so many seas, will they selves. A young man is pitched into the gain the port of Heaven? Oh, banker! middle of the Atlantic ocean, and a plank will those young men who are running up is pitched after him, and then he is told to and down the long lines of figures, and take that and swim ashore. Treat that handling tho checks and drafts, and voung man hs you would like to have handling the rolls of Government your son treated if you were dead. Be securities are they keeping their father to that clerk. There is nothing accounts right with God the credit acmore beautiful than to hear an aged mercount of mercies received and the debt acchant addressing his clerks, and saying: count of sins forgiven? Oh, dry goods "Mv son." Thnt young man in jour merchants! are thoso young men under a history. His father was a drunk- - your care who are providing fabrics of apt ard. His firt remembiance of his father parel for head and hand, and foot and t was the fathr coming home lnte at night back, to go unclothed unclothed into intoxicated and the children hiding under eternity? O, you merchant grocers! are tho bed frightened. And that j'oung those voung men that under your care are ' man has stood many a time between fath providing food for the bodies and families er and mother, keeping her irom the brutal of men, to go starved forever? O, you blow. Ho is prematurely old in trying to manufacturers of these United States! with provide for the house rent and clothing for so many wheels flying, and so many his younger brothers and sisters. He may hands flying, and so many bands pulling, seem to you like all other voting men, but and so many new patterns turned out, God and his mother know he is a hero. At and so many goods shipped are the spintwenty years of age ho has suffered hs ners, are the carmen, are the draymen are much as many have suffered at six v. Do the salesmen, are the watchers of your esnot tread on him. Do not swear nt him. tablishments working out every thing but Do not send him on a useless errand ! Say their own salvation? Can it be that, "good morning" and "good night" and having those people under your care, five, You are deciding that man's ten, twenty years, you have made no destiny for two worlds. everlasting impression for good on their Oce of my earliest remembrances is of immortal souls? God turn us all back from old Arthur Tappan. There were many such selfishness, and teach us to live for differences of opinion about his politics, others and not for ourselves. Christ sets but no one who ever knew Arthur Tappan, us the extmple of sacrifice, and so do many and knew him well, doubted his being an of his tltsciples. earnest Christian. In his store in New One summer, In California, a gentleman York he had a room where everv morning who had just removed from the Sandwich he called his employos togeth r.. und he Islands told me this incident. He said prayed with them, read the Scriptures to one of the Sandwich Islands is devoted to them, sang with them, and then they en- lepers. People getting sick of the leprosy tered on the duties of the day. On Monon the other islands are sent to that isle of day morning the exercises differed, and lepers. They never come off. They are in he gathered the young men together and different stages of the disease, but all who asked them where thev had attended die on that island die of leprosy. On one church, what had been their Sa'bath exof the healthy islands there was a physiperiences and what had ,'jeen the sermon. cian who always wore his hand gloved, Samuel Budgett had the largest businnd it was often discussed why he always ness in the west of Encland. He had in a had a glove on that hand under all cirroom of his warehouse a place pleisantlv cumstances. furnished with comfortable seats and One day this physician came to the "Fletcher's Family Devotions" and and he withdrew his glove, and and he gathered his he said to the officers of the law: employes together every morning, and, "You seo on that hand a spot of the having sung, they knelt down and prayed leprosy and that I am doomed to die. I side by side the employer and the em- might hide this for a little while and keep ployes. away from the island of lepers; but I am Do you wonder at that man's success, a physician, and I can go on that and that though thirty years before he island and administer to the sufferings of hnd been a partner in a sm I1 retail shop those who are further gone in the disease, in a small village, at his death he beand I should like to go now. It would bo queathed many millions. God can trust selfish in me to stay amid these luxurious such a man as that with plenty of money. surroundings when I might be of so much That is Christian character demonhelp to the wretched. Send me to the isle strated. There are others in this country of the lepers." and in other lands on a scale doThey, seeing the spot of leprosy, of ing their best for their employes. They course took the man into custody. He . have not forgotten their own early strug-- j bade farewell to his family and his gle.s. They remember the first yard of friends. It was an agonizing farewell. nankeen they measured, the first qunrter He could never see them again. He was . of tea they weighed, the first banister taken to the isle of the lepers, and there j they turned, the first roof they shingled, wrought among among the sick until j They remember how they wers discour-- I prostrated by his own death, which at aged, how hungry they were, and how cold lait came. Oh! that was magnificent and how tired they were, and though magnificent sacrifice, only they maybe sixty or seventy years of age, assed by that of him who exiled , ki ow just how a boy feels between ten and f from the hearth of Heaven to this j twenty, and how a man feels between island of a world, that he might twenty and sixty. They have not forgotr an our wounds and weep our knd die our deaths, turning the isle ten it. Those wealthv emplov ers were not. originally let down out of Heaven with j' prous world into a great blooming ,dtin- - U isical garden. Whether emnlover nullevs of silk in wirker-1-x-.- loye, let us catch that spirit. They i ined, fanned by enerubje wings. s, -in-O- ne man and your head clerks and your agent and your overseers in the stores are kind man to those under them. Sometimes will get a little brief authority in a storo or in a factory, and while they are to you, the capitalist, or to you, the head man of tho firm, they are most brutal in their treatment of those under them. God onlv knows what some of the lads suffer in the cellars and in the loftt of some of our great establishment . They have no one to appeal to. time will come when their The nrm will be strong, and they can defend themselves, but not now. Alas, for some of the cash boys, and the messenger boys, aud the boys that sweep tho store. Alas, for some of them! Now, you capitalist; vou, the head man of tho firm, must look, supervise, see those all around you, investigate all beneath you. And then I chnrge you not to put unnecessary temptation in the way of your voung men. Do not keep large sums of monev lving around unguarded. Know ' how much money there is in the till. Do not have the account books loosely kept. There are temptations inevitable to young men. and enough of them without vour putting nny unnecessary temptation in their way. Men in Wall street having thirty years of reputation for honesty have dropped into Sing Sing and perdition, and you must be careful how you try And If hn do wrong, do h lad of fifteen. not pounce on him like a hveun. If he prove himself unworthy of your confidence do not call in the police, but take him home, tell why you dismissed him to those who will give him another chance. Many a ymug man has done wrong once, who will never do wrong again. Ah. mv friends! I think we can afford to give everybody another chance, when God knoj s we should all have been in perdition if he had not given us ten thousand s Jirer.t Scene In the Commercial Metropolii generally up to my neck in busU "I of the Celestial Umpire. the teacher of swimming. The streets of Canton aro unique in noss, ' said tlivir way, and as picturesque as the The Fraw Axle Grcaso is tho best in tho every whore Uioit. Cairo bazars. Tho winding alleys, world. barely six feet wide, are paved with Fitting, a coat is a mer matter of form. CURE. ? blocks of granite, and have been built Xationat Wttlhj. A HEADACHE without regard to regularity or uniClekOTMEX and physicians recommend formity, striking oft" into and running flail's Hair Eenower for diseases of tho INDIGESTION r enlp and hair. v' away from each other at tho most unBILIOUSNESS Cure neutralizes the miasAyer's.-Asu,, expected junctures. Canton is a city matic poison" which causes fever and ague. DYSPEPSIA of shops, and overhead are Mispcndcd NERVOUS PROS' ATION thousands of long, narrow signboards-A wom" and a nw dictionary always MALARIA on which are inscribed, in gold, crim- try to have tho last word. Ae Jfaim CHILLS and FEVERS Chison, green, black, white or brown nese characters, the names of owners TIRED FEELING 8200,000,000. and their trades. These shops give the Many splendid fortunes lio In tho English GENERAL DEBILITY street a very showy aspect, and make a Court of Chancery, which belong to AmeriBACK & SIDES,; PAIN in long vista of gaudy coloring, under- can citizens. Tho court has hold possession iu some cases, for more than one hundred j IMPURE BLOOD neath which swarm" the two and a half and fifty years. CoX & n0.. London. F.n. CONSTIPATION millions of inhabitants, surging through gland, have with great care aud diligence the narrow avenues in a way that comimcuui-wcontaining tho names of FEMALE INFIRMITIES makes one wonder that half of them fifty thousand heirs and their descendants ': J- -' 7?WFimATTSM who have been advertised for to claim are not trampled under foot. these fortunes. The book gives Christian NEURALGIA "As we were borne aloft in state in and surnames, and instructionshow ft promid-)- t dense throng," says a ceed for the recoveryof money and estates. KIDNEY AND LIVER the of this lady who recently visited the fit-- , "our Sent free to all parts of tho world upon TROUBLES approach heralded by the loud cries of receipt oiuueaouar. Kemittanre may be FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS by registered lottcr or money order. bidding the natives mado Red our Address COX & CO., 41 Southampton The Genuine ha Trade Mark and make way, and responded to by tho Buildings, London, England. Cox & Co. IJnt on wraPDer. refer bv permission to the Kellogg NewsTAKE NO OTHtK. peculiar shrill shrieks of the people being hustled out of the paper Company, New York. RJDWtrS way, I had ample opportunity of obSinoeu$ are the only people who wish to serving my novel surrounding:-- , hold a note for a long tim j. READY varied and shilling as the combinations of a kaleidoscope, and far more A I'rintcr'n Jirror. After leaving tho suburbs Sweotaro tho.uses of aderrilty, tho print(so called, but really a part ot er's coWjJ, ut ho set it up, sweet aro ITUES A.SU PKCTE.VTS Sneet, indued to Canton), we entered the new city tlieuseA'oIwreijtising and buffering lmvo Influenza, Inthose wYyf sitSLncss bv an arched gateway, and pased seen the idvertisement of somo sovereign Coids, Coughs, Sore Throat, -, walleach remedy, hii.h uioii trial has brought thorn flammations, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, biirh blank .side lined with stall of fruit mil sweet- - ' from death's door " Tho Imst tuing I ever Headache, Toothache, Asthma, "' mi at sellers, till we came to the loftier j uieiu-amil more important Miop- ls ngaiu nam ti,o testimony of those nit wlinntsv wbieli .ire nerfect bazars. uimUr.!,,.; i,r.ni,..l t,v it of lune dls- - CVRESTIIE WORST PAI"S la from one to twenty tumors, ulcerj. minute. SOT ON E L'sually one story is completely open to ensA iinmM.ini any one SL FFKK W ITH I'ALN. a liver complaints und tho ills to which Mesh tUement need the roof during the da time, snowing RADWAY'S BEAOY RELIEF gorgeous background of richly carved " uuir. and" gilt wood work, behind which exov for the ruma-tisTnn bestmedisln I kno Eirry Fain, I n ITKR (TKE for the IlacL.. Ihcitor ltruli--, I'nln inthe Fl t iinil U th is to tbank the Lord that it aint tends for a considerable distance the rial),. It nun gout JoiA lMmg. O.M.V FAIN KKMKDT and dwelling. Here aro to Tb !ntaatlr fop the mc "craclatlnajnii. bo seen all the specialties of Canton, Hud:" Inflammation, and core conReitlon.ietberor 'Nlp't in the otherslandsororsan each trade or business in its own street Sad to ear, many n good thing attains to tho Lues. Muraaclu Buwtls.or magnilicently nothing moro than a fair beginning. Oa brrhXZVPonM in half a 'water We saw or locality. ffD&SulA. Sour .u. mlnitti, tti congratuniu iiu crape shawls, rich embroideries tho other hand it is n mai tor for evil things (.tnmsrh.a ..-llrnnhurn. r,fiir Cmnfif. Cf"""-- " ii...i...n..i wranght ervou?nes. lation that tho groutu of somo Siik Headache Ularrhtra. Ujjewerr. flic, tiatuun satin, silk brocades, all hand-wor- k mav be also promptl frustrated. A largo lency and all Internal paina. machine-made(nothing in China is nrrirwirtinnnr tlm cases of the most wide Malaria in its Various Forms. carved black furniture, the finest ivorv spread andfatalof diseases consumption Dr. There In not carving in the world, feather and silk hnve theirincepti"n iri nasal catarrh.sooth- core Feeranda remedial ajrent la the worM that will Apue and .l otli'-- Malartoui. Blllona Remedy - pleasant, fan- -, .lade stones and a wealth of artistic Sago's Catanh WAT'S FL.J' and other lever, aided br lt. that ing and effectual. Try it. It has cured Firiy work in a dozen other direction thousands. AH druggists. irnt irr bottle. SoUl by druggist. would have bewildered a Dr. RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT KiK'lish or American jesthete. The Tnc man with a Nc !." neck nnd a No l! For the cure of a'J exrof uloai, fctla and Blood DI- cheat) shoi)'. with their heterogeneous collar has a hard struggle to make tiotu cue. DR. RADWAY'S PILLS, and amazing w ares, were most amusing. ends meet DttroU Tor the cure of a I disorders of the Stomach. Liter. They ooutaini'd lanterns, clocks, mir-ro- r, sex. Boe'..etc 25 cent a box. old ljr Dnifj'jy, Nervous Debility, in either bamboo blinds and baskets, marble however induced, speedily, thoroughly and , artificial permanently cured. Address, with 10 cents slabs, shoes, cap- -, spectacle-s, Mowers, beads, tobacco, coffins and World's Dispensary Med.cal. Association, all displayed promiscuously m tOJJiuinfttreot, wuubio, . x. preparation for the Chinese New ear, A little girl asked her mother if the lbth of February. At the end of was the same color as terra cotta. each street is iisuallva small l).invilU Srenr. TREATED and alway.-- a heavy' wooden gateway. Youth's Compitnion. Specialists for Eleven Years Past, Pire'sTootii vrnr. Drops cureia I minute, 25c prize medals have been given St. Jabobs Oil as the best pain-urIstEBSATiosAi, Sd BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL i ... e , A. the coolie-beare- rs cod :- -s enter-tainiii- RELIEF , Wig. T,lxLZ"y Difficult Breathing. t nHVi-tinns- . Srta, , wan-hous- e ), i- r 1 hoiise-furnish-in- cr i rt joss-stick- i boy-cott- er OPSY two-third-s joss-alta- r, AN OIL POND. tl Vcnrl in thr A IJffiiEC for Gulf of Mexico. A singular spot exists in the Ciiilf of Mexico, some ten niilca to the southward iuul westward of Sabine P.iSo, and almost directly in the track of vessels engaged in the lumber trade between Storm-Tomr- Otcnn' SuJjJiur Snap eats aud tmuutales. 25c. German Cokn UMOVEiik:ilsCorn-- . Iluuions. -- I Ia. It is Gahcston and Calra-deu- , nothing more than a large space, a mile or so in diameter.upon the surface of the - d, v-un- d. tiv 1 ship-owne- r! which looks like all tho rest of the gulf during ealm weather, but when the winds freshen to a gale and the waters about it become agitated, takes on a color, and becomes thick and reddi-- h mudth. The place has been called tho "oil pond." from the rcaon that, while 'ea running thiTe nia be a all around the place, within the circle of surf, tho water is comparatively which vessels, ijuiet. and would be blown ashore or Mvnmped. can there ride out the heaviest o .loniK and hae done is in hundreds of instances. The water about twelve feet deep, and a pole can be pushed or thirtj feet through the tweiitv-fiv- c oft aiid peculiar mud forming the bottom. This mud - diflerent from any thing on the coast of a soapy character and of remarkable cleaning properties, being often ued to clean the decks of The oil which renders coasting the surface of the "pond" so smooth is Mipposed to come from the mud at the bottoin.amhnany think thercarc deposits of petroleum not far from the surface. It i said that the "oil pond," when reached during a gale, is just as safe as a vessel being under the lee of a wharf in trriin-udous oth-i'1-wL- -e -- i- Have treated Dropsy and Its compllcatfon'wlth.thenmoot wonderful ucces; use vegetable rrmedlea. Remove all syniptoini of dropr la tirely hnn!es elpht to twenty day?. ...-..- . Cure patients pronounced hopeless Besekth your notice Advertl&omontbon WetUy. rom the first doe lue symptoms rapidly disappear, tbe kidewalk. of all symptoms are ami In ten dajs al least removed Some ma very linmbue without IcnQwln;? anytnlag is immrliato, and a euro sure. Relief about It. Kcmembtr, It does notcO"t you anything to iso's Itemed v for Catarrh. 50 cents. realize the merits of our treatment for yourself. In ten days the illtHcnlty of breathing Is rslleyed. the to ancnarso lawyer draw-la- their full duty.tUu urinary ormii the swelllne all or A ale r KU'ar, leep Is rtored. "YuKKi.ii liko n hrsv-up a convi' am l 'in'J' r arly cjre.tUenrenztlilucrenecd.aQdappetliernade nt Iods stand AvrareconlantlycurlDi?C3fe srood r.asftber of In. ra .Mt itiriio.nf3nnft toallmaweefc times Give a nd" therstte.it declared unable lone aQlcteov full hl'f.iry u; cine miiic Imiw baJ!v swo"en and where, are bowelscostlre, have leRsburstrdanr ''lpped water. Send for free pam, questions, eta. phlet, Ten days' treain. nt f urnMied free by mail. KiilIepV(H(r) usltlrly cured.stamps to pay Is more prevsleat in send 1 0 If lou is tbm at other season. Mtage. order trliL BKECN cents In . II. II. bcln(lroagbta y nd n chanss in the wca:fccr ifOU1! jltirieiiu : .mw"m breath, coal ed tongue. caus-nMtter taste. slckl.cadac4eJdrow!nes. llzbe,anl loss of appec;iMm the best known tite OTB" and rAiiHly en rent he mo severe attaiks. It fiettly Mlmui.iis the dt,j. .1. orssm relieve lieaMecbe. asl restore t he appt Itc "Fur the pat three months J have been troobM great lth bllfesroc, vrbUh, on gc'tlnsupii In rr the morning, caused Leatochc add bad mou:h. Af:orulngthreebocleof Hood's Srapi rilla I ji cat'rely free f rest all biliousness and head acbr." J. 31. 1'HlLLirs. Waifs New Hotel, Blooming too. III. Globi. Enterprise on "I bare used flood's Sarsaporllla for blI!oufnes-thin-W Armament ll i Krejt remedy for that complaint-- " J. Annon. Manciicner, ). II. T.IlAnM'MVOrcatest Show on Earth and tli 31ufum. llippofireat London Circii-t- . CircusElephant Pavilion.dnirnc.Avlnrr.two.Mcnaccnes. Elevated StCP. Three luns. Cuncref of Giant, KnroiK'an specialties ijinrrr. uwiiiT. Grander. Heller tnnn vr. An Ktionnous Array ai muuSold by all druptfsts. U l tor 3 Prerred by ders. IOO AcU, UOI) l'crfyrnicrm. C. I. HOOD & LO-- . Apothecaries. Louell. Mass .Vifi g e -- ;.!. . s r il remrdlolrJuini. d-- al t FAREWELL TOUR t tae Greatest Achievement!'. tht Hood's Sarsapariiia iOO ves-el- s. UKUAM ?'' Catarrh m A"-?, Doses One Dollar CONTAGIOUS ! i am a native of England, and while I was In that country 1 contracted a terrible blood poison, and for two years was under treatment as an at Kottlnchitn Hospital. Ensland. but was cot cured 1 suffered the most agonizing pains in my bones, and.. was covered with sores alt over my body SDd limbs,'. Finally 1 completely lost all hopclnthat country, and sailed for America, and was treated at Koosevett In ,, this city, as well as by a prominent physician In Xew York bavins no connection with the hospitals' : - ' I ?aw thn advertisement of Swift's Specific and I detennlnrdloKtveltatrlal ltoolcstx bottlesnndl enthat Ihey tin say with great jo and well a have cured me ray . ever was in tirely, lamas sound L. FRED IIALFOIID. llf--. , Xew York C Ity. Juno 13, 1SS3. Treatise on Blood and SVIn Diseases mailed free. The Swift gprctrto Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta, Oa. ' N Y, Hi V, Sid btrect. fc 1 .i IS WORTH anv harbor. Western Ilmoman. $3000 TO AM' :tIAN nn-rln- 5s?S:CnVJ7.,,CAlh SL 4SSBE 17xtt America's New Racing Sloop. WOMAN s OR CHILD j as good-bye- ." from The new Ellsworth sloop Atlantic, fcv-to sail for tho America's cup, was CATARRH built launched at Hay Ridge recently. Her k . V rvtrt .Mji.uiiu f dimensions are as follows: Length over M?ir?"m all, !K feet 1 inch; on water line, 8.'? A feet S inches, extreme beam, 23 feet 2 touse I'rlce'ak's by ma'lorit n;n!KIsaimeai-l-if fcr inches; depth of hold, 12 feet 3 inches; circular. LL lmOTIIMi. Drapgtt. ,OncRo. draught, 4 feet 5 inches at stem and 8 TiSXTjU'W feet finches aft. Her least freeboard 3GGK! is 3 feet 3 inches. Her mainmast, which is 81 feet long and 11 QUIT YOuR MEANNESS. II The OXI.T is of Oregon pine, antn rurd diameter, and her book, contalnire tbi Sermons. Sajinc nnd spark- 20 inches in 11 Agents Waiiidei llnninrci tnc lircai Kvanc'iiu 18 feet long and topmast This tlw prcatcst wll- t? tr tit tncdnrn tfrprs Address inches in diameter. Her bowsprit is WOI.W.IMNK I'lrifLISIIZM IU. Mention UiU jfr. M feet long and 17 inches in diameter; Uetiolt, .lllclilscua main boom, 70 feet long and li inches in diameter; gaff 48 feet long NATlSFAtTroUT IVIUKXCK. and 11 inches in diameter; spinnaker HEXlir's Caubomc Salve Is tho bct salvo used boom, 75 feet long and 12 inches in lntbowoi!dfurCats,nruise- Piles Sores. Fleers. Chapped Hand". Chilblains. diameter. Her mainail measures 50 Salt Uheurn. nil feet on the luff and spreads an area of Corns and Thekir-- ofIsfckln Eruptions. KrecMci an. guaranteed to give perfect I'iniples. salvo 4,000 square feet; the area of spinnaker atisfactlon In every case. BasureyouFutllEXnVs is 4,400, and that of the main jib 1,150 Caiibolic Salve. as all others are but Imitations and counterfeits. square feet. AT. Y. Post. .aMteatajt-feSsoaiaa- ; Home Tookc being asked by George 'he Third whether he played at For SEEDS FOR TRIAL, r late smnmer planting rearlFlid'l 1:1 letjreld-cards" replied: "No, your majesty: tho known, Sweet I'utato Pumpkin. Heme Mrkic Watermelon. RtrnwiMTrr lrr vinir Tomato . Very su L can not tell a king from a Tt , ' J fact is i fordlrt" loptatmttj. it t Srv veir iz misuirr Tiinr.ti j. rcitHAM.!.).) edl.ro.r,AlAII"JA,ArL. knavo." JAM1 5 THE MARKETS. MACHINES, x xrartIcleisa"-ilIed!ntoeachnorr'Un- d W "&,& m .tfiys c -- FREE FARMS Themmt Won,Urat Agricultural Vark In America. urrour.de J y prosperous mining and manufacturing. 'owns rAKMtlfSI'AKADISW .Msgnincent crops ra'ml 'u SS3. THOUSANDS OF ACRES Of. COVCarfKENT LAKD,ubJecttopreemptIon hone!c:i.l La- - IsforsaletoactualsettlersataXlOper- ranals. a f. li!MrHifirt Every attention shown settlers.' IIheapra onr an, pampriets. or . auoress uiwiswu.ia. tipcrall ::el Ioc.Dcncr Obi. IVw.SBu. v 1 t- , SHiJOi i 1 rt tSHi the finest W " ' m - ls J jwaA an.l m-ftsttKTs . In the world. Warranted to stand In anrcllmate-- jour nearest dealer for them, llisjprated catalogued mailed free by the manufacturers, LYON 4. HEALY,162StT St.Cmicaco. Ast Ill' IGUREFITM irV I sav .,ia ' ' ausvs rtrnrn airain nisnii .4f.atluesadlhi of tsis. 1 SICKNESS a cl FAIXINOhave mvio tt dlsesso "todFIT3. EWLWST J. larrmatnij er un .ji mBTI g s . 1 0-r- - BOLLARSei-hforVewandl'- -- MVK STCC K- to choice FLOrit runilfjr GKAIN Wheut No. 2 red.. Xo.3 red Corn No. -- . mixed I a H No. - m i.v ed Slir.r.H GimhI HOGS Common....- Good Tuckers Choice Jlutchere. - Cincinnati, Cattlc-Commonf Mny 25. i .5 CO 4 , 3 00 Ci 5 00 tuS. Write for KRLK 1AYE rtarnuiiriln c.cr. N nlu.i lu.il 12 lfdelrrd. lljyili rtta.uls. tnau lrtranetTeji anremiom-c.rcuisr with s 3 40 4 00 3ro ! (1360 & 4 tllOP.CE from eTrty b'tr. W. MoDrooSt Chicago. ACW.. JCT-'ttSrAfJ- .i. bkfn'lVu S"-- iissv l A w COtMoBfortrlaI,iidIwIlIruro OXddrcsi Dr. IL - , rsmetfy to eo'8 th srorst tases Because others few tsllsd Is no resson for not now wetting a Cora, wan" enes for a trewlse anj a Pne BotU ot rayjn;" tsmedy. Give Express and Post OUtce.' I cosi J BOOT, 6u, iu Pearltr- KwTedt. -- jnu. No Rope 3 50 80 to a T5 a 4 oo 4 10 2 so DTKFS BEiUU LLI;. IMMt fnsirf WtTZ, A. A LwtfttMdt, W tjsmh fe - I & iJP'llj i v J lava He No. 2 HAY Timothy No. 1 TOIIACCU Common Ltip" Good Jlcdimns PHOVISIONS rorlc Mess Lard POTATOKS FLOUK u 11 To CO n or S12 2T II 10 Wes-Iey- an hymn-book- s, 1'rime steam.. ......... BUTTKK-Choi- co Dairy Ohio Creamery... APPLES l'rime to 14 H (0 12'J 6H& 6'4 10 & 13 &11 17 fr,0 id nm here and earn rjo1 par situations furnished. Write YalixtimTTeos.. Janesvllle. WU. fPLCCRADUV MIL i. .' 1 ft- - as.a-- i Crlenratea lCnnd JtUIDI.E ComMned. can rot be slipped or an r none, tanv plo Halter to any part of the U.S. 5oldbyeil free.onrere'ptof fcaddlery. Hsrdware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to the Trie- - rysenrl Icr Price List.' j.C- - LlouTnousK.Rochester,N.Y. "is-i.s-av- to Gut Off Horses' Maws WV ma t si. Aj jH FV llll Piso's Remedy for Catanh Is the Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. I. I fliW Alo cood per liu&hel NEW YOKK. 2 00 W 3 00 30 43 23 Ci 3 CO mustang' Survival of the Fittest. Il FAHILT MEDICINE 7IIAT DAS HEAIEd! JillUOXS DCRIXQ 35 TEAHS! Headache, Hay Fever, fjr Cold In ic. the Head, SO cents. FRENCH DECORATIVE ART hand paintlnp. and full direction.. DESKHS. GRAIN PORK No 2 red -- Wheat State and Western... ,f3 Vr method of deconttlnir rti.nM I .mn.i,M lT (?3I1 'o.2 Chlcnjro -- Corn No. 2 mixed. . Oats mixed MefS . LARI Western steittn CHICAGO. 87 ?,& K7J 33 47 37 45 10 00 10 25 13 & FLOrit State and We'tern....$4 GRAIN Wheat No. 3 Sprinp. No. 2 Chlctico Sprint: Corn No. 2 Onto No. 2 M & C3 (it, 4 40 ..... 8 W IIOFFSf .s51 BROS.. 165 Mula Street. CladoBsUI. Oals. IOO 000 ACRES of CHOICE ei tut iicgTiooks&GraaMB For Sale on Easy Tens. W'Bost soil. furnished fre on application to lilet Slap ami W. T. ILUiaE.i 1 Washington du, toiws Iks, Sallns. Vase,, TlOt oe aeieciea i rora yJSAS rl LANDS a . ; 0i co'i 28 fiO 734 mpnAwirT i vc Atf.M mtfrns OULUI tnOcommlsslonss Bewerter. relief nA (dbs 3&fc toe aad you will receive the best book m tvviira.. -- is sm-ille- r PORK LARD Meain BALTIMORE. FLOUR R& fiOS Mp . . 45', 65M 8 50 I a balm ron KVEisr wouivn orl "AN A A'I BEAST I The Oldest & Best Liniment EVi.lt MADEIN A3IERICA. Family 54 50 0. 5 00 S4lift M?i GRAIN Wheat No-- 2 .. 4oj Corn Mixea ....... ....., Mlxea Oat' Pork Mess. ..... 9 50 PROVISIONS Lard Refined- 5 50 CATTLE First uuallty. HOGS .- .- . youever 1 Address - reaa on aj jw " the Unms Pcbushino Co., ! , V X,C- i"""T5ryr. J 5 50 SALES IAEGER THAffEVEE. ThO Mexican Slustnns' T.fntmont hi, been known for more than thirty-flv- e years as the best of ell Linlmenta. foi Man ana icast. its sales are larger than ever, n cures wben all others faU, and skin, tendon and muse'?- -- to tuo very bone. Sold to-da- y trial of cure OPIUM solicited and freeor.Lafayette, seat The Humixb honest lnvetljrat tod. Compact, IV cured. I h"ine. Correspondence ni.hit. Uiilrklr andPalnle , j INDIANAPOLIS. ...$ Wheat No 2 red ........ Corn m ed... Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. $4 Flour A Nc. I 2 red GRAIN U bent-- No. Corn mixed Olt'h l!ll.ort PORK me-.- - . .. .. .. LAHD-stoam OPIUM -- . rsksov Morphlr Hklt Cssre4 ta ! toMdays. uwsH Br.fI.Mtefikaa.iMWSSSl a Miiita WaaaiMt 00 Chllse llnzartlileslatheworld.1 Vvw Address JAY BROSSON AJf.K.-- E- a. aamplej everywu- 1634 e WHEN WHITING TO ADVERTISEKS lh Rue yyoH wW sk AlsrfJtaMM ftas. , vr"..--- J 'Il M' yVrl, 3l.'' .' M ,?& & TfiTnnr?MTiiTliTif'-T- -' L h I s f- ', The Emma Warren Dramatic K. L. ALEXANDER, Cash. U. BUCnAXA ANNOUNCEMENTS. Company has been furiiisliiiio- K, T. TYLER, Prcst. g our pedolo a real trust Blue Lick Mineral Water, at FOR CIRCUIT 'JUDGE. President Cleveland will bo of dramatic enjoyment at City Moonu & Laxdkum's ITsill this week, and to very Wc are authorized tO( announce C. L. married on the Kith of June$ ' HANDLE, of Fulton county, as a canli-dat- e Big bargains in all kinds of , ll,c uts -T- here will be no hicko "V'1"";, JT"""' prece-beecf fof Circuit Judge. Election in AuMIC'KMAX, Woolen Dress Godds, at Plain's. this season, but an abumhuicc of g had ;l gust next. U,eu ap.pearanee. Mr. Harry TXLli lei mast. We hav$ a lot of old stock j I j. Seymour is an actor of no mean FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. H Misses, Shoert, for Ladies and Congress willjnot adjourn he- - 'ability, and at once takes rank all 850,000. We are authorized to announce CHAS. which we have placed oh our v II TH')MAS. of McCracken cotintv, as a counter at less than half their fore the first of .July, nudf&util- .in all, as the very best that ever eo the o(i"n candidate for of cost. Now is the time to jret you that occurs the Cougrcssionalnm- appeared before a Hickman audi- -Call paigu in Kentucky will not open ence. xjis iunuiuon oi insiin- Being reniilnrly organized and ready for biisinegs, We reflpcctfully Folicit ll:e patronage Commonwealth's Attorney for thi- Judiciil a pair of good Shoes, cheap. District. E.ection in August, lbSG. vogue compels this admiration, of all. All coUlectiona made for ilepositors free of ebaige. Approved at J. Amhekg's Sons. with anything bko vigor, 9 AVe are authorized to announce JOHN paper ruuning tbfee or four mouths, discounted at the mat always - "V"",1 u,u. tnay28-4- t The County Clerk issued marrate of 8 per cent, per auntim. HENDHICKS, of Livinpston county, 1. riage licenses this week to tlic,,mnc"es lor ! subsequent as a candidate for the office of CommonChoice CORNED BEEF, at Sir Lcvison - souation persons: A. K. McCouwealth's Attorney, in this, the First Judi6 cents per pound, for sale by J. wm w m cial District of Kentucky. Election in uell and Miss Fannie McI)iniel;'ponltl n.ot (llsl)eK The ""pruit of DIBBCa-OBS- : aprlG W. Rogers. August next. B. S. Griffith and Mrs. S. p0vrers.,,ns genius as a manager is clearly 'seen in the promptness, readiness R. T. TVLEK. II. BUCHANAN. GEO. 15. THRELKELD. CHAS. RALTZER. We are We return most hearty thanks to announce SAMUEL It's a mistake K. M. ALEXANDER. L L. UMhRV0OD. W.C.JOHNSON liberal ap- so late entormg afor partiestobe nm eas0 0f each aud cvcrv mem. CROSSLAND, a? a candidate for the office to the ladies, for their ; they of Commonwealth's Attorney in this, the preciation of our beautiful line of mar the enjoymenttheatre others, ,, ber of the company. Miss" Emma ..,... of Wnrrnn is u n ciinrin,i ;, tjiiiii First Judicial District of Kentucky. uvtiuuiv,i in Dress Goods, during the past sometimes force the maunder to step, motion, attitude and enunciweek. We have had an immense cut parts short and keep FOR COUNTY JUDGE. i an audi ation, and surrounds every char- TJ1! trade, bill oar stock is still com- ence later. Wc nre authorized to announce B. F. acter with that sweet mode?t plete. We are showiug goods uot EASLEY as a candidate for the office of 1 Every report wo get concern- - that stamps her as tho pure ulv s. s found in other houses. County Judge. Election, Monday, Au ARE STILL THE RING as well as the beautiful and crop gust 1, 18S6. Alexander & Maxwell. ing the wheatnature, is of the most complished actress. Tho first two some farmers Ry authority we announce T. B. With the best selected, the greatest variety of .stock in Hickman, Thfettw A big bonanza in Summer saying the present outlook is the evenings gave tho audience no opqnfei as aenndidate for County Judge of urices arc below anv coranetition. (Wc all .preach low prices.) Coats, a Plant's. Being full up on best known for years. In Jomo portunity to properly iudge her Fulton county. Election1, Monday, Au just drop in and see for yourself, and you will be convinced th'at we are these goods for Men aud Boys, neighborhoods the rust will lam-ag- e except as to grace of motiou and gust 1, 1SS6, cents a Coat you tacts. we are offering for 35 an occasional dash of real genius Ve are authorized to announce J. giving it. worth 75 cents ; for 50 cents a Coat Those who have done themselves the injustice of buying before callNAYLOR, aa a candidate for the nlfire of as an actress. As Lady Isabel, Elder B. W. Mahon, of Clin-- j in East Lynne, that much played County Judge of Fulton county. Election ing at ourstojs would do well to bear these facts in mind. worth 81.25; for $1 a Coat worth in August next. $3. Call and see for yourselves. ton, ICy., will deliver a sernftn on and nevef popular, in Hickman, Xo trot'jP, but a pleasure, for us to show and price you our goods.' L We guarantee to save you 50 per intemperance, at tho Rintist drama, (tho highly emotional naWeare authorized to announce D. W. liitr bJUv Z H ucpanments. come ana see. .. DIC1C1XSOX HR h Clulttlnht ln f church, in Hickman, cent, on these goods. ture of tho play nlaking it unpopTtheKtilton" County Courn iJtccfon"lir Vnvi-te- d Everybody cordial" - 3aife ular with many,) sho won tho August next. Ifyea Want a No.l Spring to attend hearts of her audionce with the Wagon, at the lowest price, call FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Tho Fulton Boomerang u0. magic of tender sympathy which on J. W. Rogers. We are authorized to announce Judge ticingthe name of Hickman's new always goes from the hearts of H. S. M URUELL, as a candidate for the Ifvou are needing any Gro steam-tug- , says : "Hie owner of the good to the pure and wronged. office of County Attorney, at the ensuing ceries, it will pay you big, to stop tho now steam-tudidnot ask In tho Isabel, as usually presentAugust election. JlSTID THTEJ and post yourself at Alexander tho Boomerang's permission to ed, the sympathy of tho audience Max well's. They are making very call tho boat after it, but since the is checked by feelings of reproach CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. low prices. child has been named for us we toward tho unfaithful wife, but in extraordinary We arc auhorized to announce T. M. iL Js will scud it a long dress and a pair Miss Warren's presentation, her FUENCll. as a candidate for re election to ia The celebrated Cosgrove the ollice of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton (.apparent lack of force and spirit Shoe for Ladies aud Misses, are of stockings." county. Election in August, 18SG. well as If you patronize home men, in striking situations, as toward found only at Plaut's, as they are DEALER COUNTY COURT CLERK. exclusive agents. The best wear- nine chances to one home men every vestige of reproach the ten- in the citv are to be found at the New Store of will patronize you, and hack your Isabel, is lost sight of in ing Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, We are authoritetl to aanounee w. r.l der portraiture of the pure but tion to I DIGS, TAYLOR, ai a candidate for the most comfortable Shoe ever FAINTS AND n;' t. ilu, hniicps, ,.V jealous lovo that prompt her smthe office of County Court Clerk of Fullon gold in Hickman, is the testimony Tf vrmln - . w ... V ...w county. Election in August, lebo. mist, the same tuat a ? ullicicnt "'"fjsand the agonizing contrition s of all who have tried them. ...! Hill UC n itiinu r. i.n...n llililt; ...:ti i. ,i '.mliwi null! oi mo v. in anil niuwier iiiui r. ; js- - j? Sk IEW, 1. . , ir nrrnTT v i Vic .nieuiiii.. IIUJ11U. FOR SHERIFF. Fan., the Merry Crick- tt.UUtlA.KA-VOIest adapta house iu Hickman thato has the ...,.(. ,... ....... '.:..",. ..i..':.. ctt, is,' liowovo We are authorized to announce V. A. 557-- PRESCR IPTIO XS CARL Ft j. i 1 conpouNLEDi -- ei .... i l .1 l vrl.... inutnojuu iiuii hiii ' '"""""'i.:.. Jlliu :IS .i i..... to ri.i SHUCK, as a c.indidat- - for jiion. null. iniuiiumu, b a mistake Custom-madPerfect-fittiu- g Cloth- - i'11? abroad. It's w ,osp gi for lover copy of t!ie Maggie Mitch- A comnlete New Stock of Staple and Fancv Dry Goods, Notions, the office of Sheriff of Fulton county. u ony bna.it.as ell of twenty years ao. In fact, Slices, Clothing, Hats, &c.f in great variety. Everything to be found Election in August nest. U,Sof this truth. in the "siuutow uanco" scene, jn a Hrst-claDry Goods House, hvery article iresh arid new. jo C FOR JAILER. Don't fail to observe the cle- Miss Wairen appears as tho pt'--' 0ld stvles. CnptalnN Fortunnlr BUcuverr. "We are authorized to announce JAMES gant values at fc6 S8.0O and felO, m , CipL Colcman gdl Wejraftnthi b . lection oi jjmco oi motion We" invite an inspection of our goods, confident wc can please yoiij V. TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Meirs Suits. I hey are Calculated bet ecu Atlantic Cut and X Y., liaJ been ami naturalness. Altogether, the Fuiton county, at the ensuing August the very lowest 2'iccs. troubled with a coui;b so tliat lie was urn. to make VOU Smile with joy. election. Courier adheres toils announce- -- and guarantee cu iu irv ur. "c . .. ... m s'crii, anu was inuu r.,,m.:.. ' ent of hitft Aii'vivnrn Xr Mivn'L'ii .i.. Miss ICm1nM j . .viK.uuifuuii, i We are authorized to announce THOS. ... DEALERS IX , .....;--.o t..II. thn only cave him instant relief, but ""' '"m: V. WALLACE, fn a candidate for nmj It not uuuni.iu line of Gents', allayed the For the best il.ll, if not the best, that has in his to the office of Jailer of Fulton coun- DRUGS, MED! CINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. Footwear, go to Plaut's, for it is Hischildrenextreme soreness afi'ected brcaita1 00 Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES. uere similnrly ty. Election in August next. and many 0ars. visited Hickman for Call and see us; we will be pleased to show our goods. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical use. conceded by all that they have no single dose hd the same hsppy eifect. ' 'rj,0 snl,port is well trained and to announce GEORGE We arc authorized Ve also carry a complete stock of Groceries, Queenswarc, Harness, competition in this line. Try the wr xvingsewi iscoxery bmwu.bmmu.1,, - .., ,.,, snnp:i RoiiiuiiMi.hitioii , L CARPENTER, a a candidate for the Agents foe the , Gotl-- ' ard remedv in the Coleman household and etc., at lowest prices. V. L. Douglaa 3 Shoe, the office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elecon board the schooner Free Trial Battles mijrht be awarded Mr. Southern, haw & Plaut Shoe. Every iair of th's Standard Remedv at C. A. llol iu his role, and Mr. kelson, as &f"bee the biirn aero-- s the street. tion in August next. O warranted. combe s Drug Store atust. the latter never taiiui; .... FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Hv A. receive the discriminating Smith, Ellison & Co. have the j We are authorized to announce JOIIK The County Tax Supervisors, nlanse of the audience. for the office handsomest line of Men's Youth's, j Me'ssrs. J. TIDWELL, :w a candidate i of Asdessor. Election m August next. loy8' mid Children's Clothinjj, in ois aim A. II. Scearce, C. T. Nich- Aoe iiiomnson, are eu' , VJLKERSQM M03. THE the city, ami at lowest prices. Wc are authorized to announce J. S. As-- s BONDURANT, as a candidate for the ofGall and see them. They can save ?'?!''. this week revising the ...... .ii.;.. , .saor book, but have not vet- The upper end of this county fice of County As.seg(or. Election in Au.. JI Ublll! WU IllllliC completed mo revision. The a?- was thrown into a high state of gust next. GiiiU'iii 13 ag; IT. TUTfiflfAXAX'S is theonlv'sessment this vear shows a con-- 1 excitement the first of this week Wc are authorized to announce VV. B. house iu Hickman thafhas the siderablo increase in taxable because of the reported efforts to GORE, a9 a candidate for the office of Aa- sessor of Fulton county. Election in Au-- ' right to sell Bryan & Brown's eel- - wealth, land acreago and popula - jmob James and Leo Wilkerson, gust next. ebrated make of Ladies' and Miss - tiou .Next week the Courier, father and son, who were recentlyWe arc authorized to announce J. O. A. OS', .Veu's aud Boas' Shoes the will ive some interesting figures arrested, tried and acquitted be-- i COOPER, as a candidate , for jcfclection,to lrom the assessment iRust-ruiin'fore tne exainining court, cnargeu iu the world. best in kU&hmji ' the office of County Assessor, d JtLkCu tho crowth and nro&ncntv of the, as accomnliccs of Sarah .lane August next. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Fall line India Linens, frrtm county by comparison. uoeKery in mo murucr ui .uits. We are authorized to announce Q. M. T. which are offered at ONE PRI E, and that the. very lowest the market com5c per yd, to 50c per yd. A .Mollie Wilkerson. The report is ompanies in the United States. 'SALMON, asacandidiite for the office of justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. Represents a line of the very be plete lino alLover Kmbroideiies, that on Monday night parties went Iiitcrcttiti:r Expvrlrnrcs. fclection in August County Swiss Embroideries, Jackoupt USE,) Rirani Camero' Furnitire Dealer of o Wilkerson's house and decoyed. (OFFICE AT. fti next. , Edgings, Insertings. Oriental La- Columbus, (J i., t'Ii" his thus him and his son Lee out by telling We are authorized to announce D. E. apr9 ces, cheap Laces, Parasols, Fans, For three year have trie I eerj re icdy tlit-- 'lull hogs were iu a certain PATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. mm MlnMMMMMMrMVMMiMHMaMMalaMBa nem mi on the market for ituiunch and Kidney n.intiMi t n A timut nm t got out &c, at riaut's. r , i Jii;wfci.vit ir.ii hinorders. hut get no relief, untilj uIl field, and that when they to the constable of Fulton, askinj vwW Mr. J. D. .unant, coniracior It tiers Took five b jIi le. aud am into the woods they found themJnst received from Sew York, Electric school superintendent. and overpow- if he had a warrant against himi H 1 builder. met with a seilous' Klectric a large line of new Hats and Bon- now cureJ. and tUiuk the world ltittert, the selvesby a mob. What the mob and nronosiuc to give hiself in 'J, thought to be fatal acident at turlic authorized to announce CHAS. We are ' M.jor ered Rest H ood l'lirifiir in nets; also, a beautiful lot of French A 11. Re-- of A'ent Lilwrty, Ky., nrt.-- sought to do, or what they did or for trial at any time, &c. ,time, Tuesday last. lie is llild- - B. KINGMAN, as a candidate for the of- Flowers. In fact you will And Electric Ritterd for an old (ai.dins Kidthe new residence of Mr. Deo fi of PuhHc school bupenntenueni- ot The Courier only makes thesd Section .n August next. iberff, and fell from a ladder! Fu,,onc0UI,t every shape aud color known iu ney atrection and says- - 4Nothin" his said, is not atitthis writing report- rei)orts according to current talk, ed here; but appears that a runWe are authorized to announce Prof. rhe Biilliuery market iu tnv stiielr 'ever done me so much "ood as Electric or tho ner was dispatched to Fulton, and vouches for nothing as facts. SOlIie 13 ,t1...1IS feet to M...t ground. TAMES H.SAUNDERS, as a candidate Tn ;c oumi vi ii i bciiis a wun uv v t ),o,i- i I'liiers. (Jail aud examine tor yourself. r ow. .in' for A. llo'combe. .,.. to the office of County about four miles, who informed Mrs. Jones. Tho ladies of Rush Creek ing very well, and iuiii his m.i li ' O.l.l Election in Au- of the condition of affairs, olliccrs their grateful thanks nes are not likely to prove fatal. i gust next. Ladies don't fail to pee .AleThe U. S. Signal Observer vrhn. upcomnaiiicd bv a nosso of church tender xander & Maxwell's line of Import- at Cairo proposes that if the citi- citizens, hurriedly proceeded to to the numerous tiici;man tnemts, v...,.,. .. ..v tlllli ntlinrc I" fcm ed Dress Goods. They can show zens of Hickman and vicinity are the. D G. PAKK, of tho trouble. Arnv ..i..l UillUiQ ill line vll'llllft- ichn x State Senator Ogilvie re- - ' . . : i i yon goods which other houses do desirous of obtaining, daily, the intr there, it is said, that an otlicer on the evening of tho 20th inst.,- XOI efnot carry. weather indications, and will o- - disarmed two of the supposed so liberally patronized their re- - trip to Washington City, where he ATXORKEiX AT liATV , went after the adjournment of the. opeKite in getting the weather' mob. but whv no arrests followed! torts to maice some neeuiui tSyDrawing.1", Plan1', full upecifications as to everything needed fntnhhcd, and entir miyfieLD ' - - KT. Ask to see the Genuine French SIJ .and have them hoisted, fa not known here It is given pairs and additions to their church.- Legislature. lie was not trying cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key johs solicited. Kill Shoe at $3.50, for Ladies. the iudica s will be telegraphed ' out by rumor that the object of It was truly an enjoyauio rocca- tO Secure SOme of the Stray Offices, In Active Practice Since Mircli,lS77. v kti.iiTi' UlMl T( Only found at Alexander & Max-wei- r. from tlic Carfcn Station free ofltlin, tnnli was not to kill, but to sion. where rv Ulllillll,) n ii f U1IH1 but went simply to see tho capital , wnJj counlies of the ' The gentlemen, by and recreate for a few days. IlO First Judiciallice in all the in tbe Appel-wa- s ,.ii.ir.ro Tito ..nsKnf tlio lias's will rY;i.tn.. 1ia wiiirprsniis out of prevailed. Dihtrict, and ir.it littin TiioNi.ters forthiR t i.T .., ,.,., ot imro int iinnt n t hat their courteousness and enthusi- -entertained while thero by iaic courts of Kentucky. If you want to fit yourself up i.n purpose arc six in number, and there is a mystery about this mob 'asm, added greatly to tho inter- Congressman Stone. He says septis-l-y Suit, or in a real nice Tailor-mad- e 1". Citizens' which needs explanation. James ' est and success of the meeting. Capt. Stone bears an excellent re-- ; can be bought TTTTT)r a ur odd Pants, at a big bargain, go to feeling sufficient for 8 M-JJ- . in UftsWiikerson, the father, has the And hero wo would especially pntation in Congress, and is one of T .JM H U interest Plaut's. M. French and Capt. tho most influential new members, 0frerg enterprise to be willing to con- - rfcjmtntion of beinga man of great namo Mr. T. his profes,5onat services to the peo- Drop in and see the rush at tribute toward buying these flags c6iirjtgs entirely fearless as to 0. Ii. Jtaudlc, who most hcartiiy rauuuau ouimiiiiu. pie of Hickman nnd vicinity, SSTOffice at the residence of Dr. C. II. Alexander & Maxwell's. They can leave their contributions- with' nprKonalNlanjrer. and years ago and efficiently helped us. We Hubbard. hopo that our young menus, .ur. desperate aud are doing the business because thoy Dr. A. A. Faris. The total cost vvas regard ArimlnlNtratoi'rt Xotlce. mar!9 win wi w ie nccnrtmi ,aml - lis. JJiclc Alexaiiuer, J j dangerons man . '... 4irvi ii.ijtfckji.v.i i will be, say, about niaice tne prices. All parties holding claims against the many who know him best that, h:ivo continued pleasure in pos- - estate of H. E. Fiucli, deceased, are re by XOTICE. -- H. BnCHAXAS" Ba"B that he The Courier made mention if sl mob attacks him itiUliavo sessing the artistic work ot so spectfully requested to present the same Ml persons holding claims against the many lair lames oi tticir acquaiu properly proven hy August 15th, for set: ;B wnrL- - nni(.i:h- - fir couui- - , otwwIr of from ton to 1 ist week of t he well-kep- t will Mil 15. Thomasson, deceased, are will hotailCC ! aild WC ldlOW tliat tllCir tlement; if not, their claim'? will ho barred. estate of F. 4wAut.rnAi.Aant nlinnnni- - tlioti anv tifitl of ntlf C.itV fPineterV. itS !ret- - i.!l.. nn !.., AQEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: respectfully notified to present the same W. C. JOHNSON, Adm'r. goiifcr-osittowards our cuurcii othftF knnitA in this section of'tv walks, beautiful flowers, hue i,,,,., o,wi hndlvlnirt. . Solar as at once, properly proved, for Fettleraent. inay23 A1TD Hickman, Kv., March, 19ih. 1S8G. oAnnlPP Wa thinL-- hn will n lif tilOIUimPlltR. &c. For arranging' .. evideuco produced before the will loi)lNe licit! ill kind romem-tw- o Jloro-Uia- n A. A. FARIS, hundred .:,.:.. are iarclv- always does inst what he says he this svstom. the nuhhc nn.irt ic nmwnniPfl brance. PHOENIX of Hartford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England: IIARTFORlJ: Administrator. It has been proposed to providewill do. He also savs that he will , indebted to the enterprise and tiHr. was none sufficient to iusti - dollars were realized Hartford, Coiln.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, a more direct Presidential suecesKA. dissoant all advertised prices, and tasto of such worthy citizens as fv a mob nirainst James and Lee FOR SALE. AND THE ion by creating tho office of Sec- Dr. A. A. Faris, R. E. .Millet and; wilkerson. and that spirit, if it voa earn bet lie will do it. .rt. ond to be elected 200,000 feet dry Cvpress Building thing follows1 exists, should be discouraged. If MOIIICIS. WHO !!"" ice UI ITLTlf idv 11. J, As preparations are being as the Presideirtr-andemccit iLilt nc mcu flUM mi. Lumber. Also, 100,000 Ask to see our All "Woolanotlu;rj ,,,1 now comes a propo- - citizens are not satisueu, or u ai J I UttL ULIfLIII First Vice-'an- d n Fencing !.. . . 01.: Hickman to receive the . . '.nr iW . Men'a Baits, at $8.50, worth 12.50 sition from onr enterprising towns ditional evidence has developed, made forall(1 temperature dispatch- - t a Drug Store. B&SDURAST & DREWRY. wcather tu otaer hoaaes. residential ticket would bo a man, Mr. Charles Ualtzer, to erect tho n fc snind urv which meets in' ,i.,;. iii.iai.ima Alexander & Maxwell. a fountain in the centre of the August can investigate, and good es, aijiiik. chances i...Mi.i i to 18 little troublesome for campaign maris from nroach of poets. It is beautiful sugThe Ladies are invited to see ccuieterj'.and wo aheartily second citizens should see that the courts hours in advance, tho following FRTZ SCpOEDER, gestion, oar elegaat display of Dress Goods. it. Any of our people who feel are left to deal with this case. it is explanation of the meaning of tho Sherman, Logan According to later reports, and FASHIOXABI,E We have all the new shades in favorable to the idea will please the general opinion that the mob signal Hags is published, and will wonld be a fine trio to stump Blaine Maine bo kept standing in tho CouniER Tans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. confer with 3Ir. Baltzcr. really intended to kill James and until everybody is mado familiar this summer, and tho Iepublicans Don't forget that we show you of that State arc trying to put it Lee Wilkerson, but only got pos- with the same: only latest style goods, such as canSHOP. North West corner of Moscow The efforts of the good ladies session of James Wilkerson, and No. 1. White flag with large red sun in on the bills. Tho indications are, 0 not be found outside the larger cit- of Rush Creek church in their were delayed as to killing him un- centre, to indicate ''Higher Temperature,'' however, that Sherman and Logan and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., will not contribute to a triumph in "Satisfaction guaranteed. could capture Leo. In or warmer w either. ies. (5supper on the 20th was crowned til they April. No. with Alexander & Maxwell. with success perhaps the most the meantime, a little son of Wil- centre,2.toAVbite flog''Lowerred crescent in Blaine's Bailiwick. Temperature,'' indicate successful entertainment of tho kerson made his way to Fulton or colder weather-No- . L. WHERE CAX BUY A SUITABLE PRESENT AT ITS Considering the tendency to- C. kind ever given in the county. giving the officers information 3. White flag with red star in centre, SHOES. par- to indicate ''Stationary Temperature." RE AIL YALUE? FINE ATTORNEY AF LAW wards having the government give They took iu $220, which consid- about tho mob. The Fulton to the scene, a Mr. MorNo. 4. White flag with large blue sun in half of the people pensions and 3eforedeciding this cjuestion ve invite you to examine the beautiWe ask a trial of onr Ladies', ering tho inclement weather pre- ty started Collector, Real Estate Agent advance Misses', Men's aud Boys' Custom-mad- e venting so many from attending ris riding considerably in fow min- centre, to indicate "General Rain (or take care of the rest there is point ful and varied, stock. KY. HICKMAN, Snow)." iu the suggestion that the RepubShoes, which for style, fit was unprecedented. Mr. T. M. reached Wilkerson's a No 5. "White flag with blue crescent in as auctioneer helped to utes the earliest. Wheu ho ar- centre, to indicate "Clear or Fair Weather.' licans support Logan and Blair as KT Will attend promptly to all busl and durability, cannot bo excelled. French ness entrusted him in Southwesten No. C. White flag with blue star in cen- a presidential ticket in 1SSS. They are made specially for us by keep tho audience in good cheer. rived tho mob had James Wilker Kenluc-- y and Northwestern Tennessee smoke-house- , and indicate Special attention giyen to the investiga Jaa. Beam & Co., St. Louis, whose Tho crazv ouill. which wa& really son behind the was Leo Wilker- tre, to 7. The "Local Rain (orisSnow)." e a white signal No. at new store, Puqua & DcBow's old stand, has an endless' variety of work, was they Rcsslvn nobles are said to pay tion of Land titles, and the purchase cuteavaMde work is tho best a rare piece of aitistic G. Alpsan- - son thinking it feet square, with black annroiiclune, advanced to flag, six or eight oft" to Mr. 11. Real Estate. .Books and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens fian8 Biede fa St. Louis. Ectry pair is square. It is dis- more attention to culinary mat- sale of Hickman, at 37a nfter. canture him. but instead Morris! centre about two feet tho cold wave, and ters than tho Prusians. Lap Tablets, Alburusy Card Cases,- - Grids, &6., &c.'f' Pencils, Port-folio- s, warranted to give entire satisfaction. ilrr. of played in advance of LOON, and Toys in endless variety. and livelv biddincr. The 'turned the tables and disarmed is lowered when the ware arrives. Try them once, and you will wear sniritod Cold wave signals will not be quilt is really worth the.- - money them, and finally released them on For sale only by UO Other. A PfiEASAXT RESORT. & Co. judged by the work on it, andJVIr. tho promise that James Wilker- ordered unless a temperature of The Ilncldcii's Arnica Snlirr. Smith, Ellison Beat Salve in the world for Cuts, would be returned unharmed, forty-fiv- e degrees, or lqss, is ex- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Alexander has since been offered son FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- H. A. & R- - T-- TYLER a profit on his purchase. The good &c. James Wilkerson did return pected. When tho temperature Sores, Tetter, Chapped Salt Itheum, Fever 3&r and Tobacco, of the best brands. FsMtHrage. Hands, Cha$pi.oij harvesters. about daylight, but refuses to tell is expected to fall twenty degrees, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Chilblains Patronage solicited. ladies of this church deserve the and Geed Clover pasturage $2.00 highest praise for the measure anything about the mob what or more, in any district, and not tively cures Piles, or no pay required.post dot 14-- tf It AffflRNEYS AT LAWV per head for horses and $1.50 for aud management of the entertain- they did or said.-- The opinion is reach forty-fiv- e degrees,annouiice-mon- t is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,-orKfoneS. Strong. refunded. Price 25 cents per .A., --A.. cows. Ball JeiBt and Light Steel Mowers. that the mob, under threat of killment. of "cool wave approaching" by C. A. Holcoinbe Twine BMfert. md Droppers. The CHAM ing, exacted the prdmise from will be made in the "indications." BICKMAN, - - - KtNTDCXr PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, PION issihe.only STEEL MOWER ever factious in San John'KelleY grows strong as him not to reveal their names, iSfccjo signals will be displayed for Two Republican r prodnceLI',''R,,l Machines lower than &0WER and LOWER. Fraaoieoo, having boycotted each the sunshine increases nd the It is also reported that the two cool waves. VfflLL-atten'Uv of ediM qualify. ln 5VKENTUCKY t6 all baiiaeM HICKMAN, rf ?t nrrir r Ky. Xl ttf laeir care." 1 nds of Qroceries ether for a long time, at last ap hope is expressed that heVwill be young men arrested stud disarmhams, sides ic. vTFERS his Professional Services to f New Depot, Hickman; OaYce Furaitare Factbry. p as- the obeapest. 1 will not bs aro well at home the citiiens of Hickman and vicinity. feialei arbitration committees to. uhle to go to the seasidefor tuo ed, arc aud that oneand them went Temperance sermon at the Bap Ui. t janlS-'told. norS.'TS JOHN WITTiNQ.of tist church, knowtij 'summer, thetroabla. !? ' ' "VMAtfgQtolLa:. CITY ITEMS. LOCAL NEWS. s& r'. play-goin- H IC (. M iL I f . h BilIK ky, -- s-otr CAPITAL H BA D Q tJ A'R POB HAV3 RSAOHBD t'SbSS I'Jeo per-followi- Low Prirjes! THE OLD RELIABL IN -- - Aemowledgd PLOT FER-IlEL- L, I BY ALL, THAT . The Pretties Baods, 1 1 lie Latest Styles, iy rH1 --- g LOW u3 c THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. nOLCOJUBISj -- ct -- , MllilW, u,i-low- H a ill II ss MiMEl e J , , QQm Si -- -- ". ... T , WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. i , ,,-.- -- - i- WHITE T. M. I sisroH, IRESCKIIPTIOjSrS SEWING MACHINE SPECIALTY. -- ) . IR.EILjX.A.IBXjIE I .rais ! -- .! r' ep-ricuc-d - mite and ( , an kikt. . 1 ITARD; As.-eo-r. T-HO f ROOFING A SPECIALTY; t AaMj-u-- jk v-- d, - J. D. MILLARD & SON, .?.,, Architects, Builders Contractors m-en- c r... - J , I I -- ! ot n INSURANCE. j ! ! fin. uTi mi wmim LANDRUM & DAVIS, TIME TRIED WilL-orcA- ii sii'. ! FIRE TESTED.' . i. vice-Pxeside- nt. d k. . 1 2-- !,. 1 a 1 ..!( .5-- a , GFFiCLii-tVoore&-Landru- Boob Stationery l Art Notions. EANDLE. I MRS. JENNIE GARDNER - cold-wav- I EETHE'SS box.-Forsal- e DR. F-A.HI- S. It: - Ti-kc- - e4 ." to-nigh- t. - J ar M ,. T j-, F-- il lff "J 1 1?, ' t ,t -- f lb S'r-''i- j '1 i- "s h jc!.- . r r -- "i -- - . .. ? r. t -- "V ,... tSS2y&&,&SteafLdzt &s& --giMte'&&8&23 NS&JEi f $. a m : XfcaS' KCSHI CBAJudt Hirrli ! Hfli & QEjH HkS iKtfR K -.'i TfvAwI9 - . "'4' 4- . ' ' ti. uuLtlAAAiN has now ot his Spring and Summer Stock nil in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all s and re , name, ana Mill be ottered tor sale at nrices that , will please all. Call and examine niv, Goods and set mv prices, and you will see at once, that I can and will sell Goods at' from v .. . 'r rnn tu 4iti ia,u tnuit) pui cenc. cneapcr than i any other house in this section ol country. JLsiiyhvhere you can get the Best Goods for the least money that place is Buchanan's. Don't lmgui Liiai n. unciianan is the man that keeps the prices down and holds them there. Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands ot my patrons for their very liberal patronage bestowed on me in the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any h ouse in this section of country. H BUCHANAN. -- TlI R m. !Bi lpy first-clas- 3! a .... . -- '.. IBS BIGfiU&N COURIER ! New State Laws. b-v nNlUnPRitWin UIMllUUilll 1 III Tinimrn 1 lllVli Among: the change, ami new !!,UV8' maAo "'o recent State 1 , legislature, we notice the follow. - - i . For Appellate Ju lgcf ing as of interest to the general public : 1. To take the sens pic as to calling a j iorm a new. cons AtheneoAion to ingly, liberal pensious, to wounded one might imagine an nbundai,He. is a "rough" diamond ot the of Livingston County. purposes,-- ) I'"1061, M'mlity, miiU tho man that of labor for all and disabled l'cdcral soldiers, to him for a clotlhopper wil y2.Iteime'8cT lj "Isold ' ilioso" roiulered liifiuii ly nso, tl.iroi not a three fouiths sup- Superior CourUTmlgc BlUtflV rilH agaiUSl amOmJL be properly u. orm.,t plv f l.niKio wv Thorn n.o v ' .a.avXS SV W. DIESTELBRINK that demagogues of 3. 'JAMES' H, BOWDEN, irom Increases the p .it. .iljrrape &c, butare rushing enormous both- never "enough to go round," ana Wd), for several years there has IIST pen- tin. scarcity is parties o to Hi years. constantly growii g of Todd Count 4. Ueoilires IllSlirauceatrp.iifs fn sinn rnllR - n nnilpsnrvinn1 ns well more serious. - - . ' Not that there are uot existed the warmest teeling o . o . " laKo out license. counrv;1 tJvcc!1 Judge Henuctt ami Dock, ilncnrrinfr is alarmingly few women in Why Deniocracy Will Tri- - o. Piohibits the working of con-!- , as "vov"1 i "oi have already true. the census shows thethe usual ?oui-- .l,,.!U '". one wouiu cure u Bbi nu paid m oko , victs outside the penitentiary after Tho people .....io -xt,JJ.JJV .-,,. on tno otiier. , lien .lUT. . . 1wioi;, -- U.UIO.VUII ni.iii.-Dumpliin 1888. spnee P juusuiii cnniraci expires, aim ap- $700,000,000 on this score, and if fe males, and in some of the 'tost-- ' " lKei ; aH ,'",!lluTll NOtrouble lo name all articles, bat ne to show goods, made where will it e rn StntPQ T.n lnttor nrc n ,n,inri- - ' PCIiaiO UOUri agaiUBl .JUUgO Jen propriates $122,000 to completion a halt is not rThc United States Senate is andome and see, at the corner of Troy :,. bkt.... i :. i t i v c iicu.uuuK luu lunuu.uuiii.iuiium 'im. of Eddyville penitentiary. i,u j i stop! Tho Southern member of ty . ...v tiiiiiiiii io I and Moscow Arenue. East Hickmrn, K7 and the House of it. in.. :in ...uu aid extended him the hospitalities 0. Provides for paying Common Congress is afraid to vote against well be bluntly stated tint wo- of his homo and took pleasure in is Democratic, and shool teachers monthly. men are abdicating thei: own tllQ record limdn hv tlinco lmliie I .'j ....js WXklKsC I i. jicijuiiua an uiv-o-i jiur.uiiii pensions, for fear his motive will realm and usurping the doiiaiu of introducing him to his friends. PRINTED LAWNS, HUNCH ORGANDIES will largely make up tho test of towns, cities and villages to estab- - bo misconstrued by tho people of men. For thiity , ears past they Judge Uennott heard of it and got with a sharp stick. tho two great parties llow does lish local boards, and make quar the Xorth, &c. And so hero if hao been pushing men out of after Dock on Things went this way till Monday. reports to State Hoard. terly oes. it noes iook hko tne pain- - positions in shops, mills :uid facit stand to this date? O. Judge Dennett went down to S. Makes gambling a felony, and t abandoned Tk Flit (DAVIS' OLD bTAND.) ' xvepuuncau senate passed fixes penalty at from 1 too years t ic men of both parties ought to tories and leaving tho unoccupied. Morgausticld on Monday and met xiiu places household .1" All kinds of realize that these enormous pen- This is tne steamship subsidy bill, giving, in penitentiary. the explanation of that 'Dock, 4,Dock, let's buryI'llthe ,i T"' he sion bills will in time prove an contiadiction in the labor qucs .hatchet," said the Judge. i $800,000 of the people's money1 9. Keqnires County Attorneys STAPLE AND FANCY GRRCERIE? i . lo "P!oso improper grants of enormous burden ujlon the peo- tion which causes il IUMIU1C lllU'll- - d d if 1 .do." bnid Dock. ,r"Sever away; and a Democratic.. TJr..i s wont the Judge- bouse, ftl boi suMIy kept in a venienco a redundance of uborlll,,,d" killed it, and thus saved tho tax- merchants license. infectious and ple; and who aro thesa people in n lou uuuie ora prices. .w win 10. Jn relation to the vocations wheie men mo We have a large variety of white Dress Good?, Laces and Embroiderpayers $S00,000. contagious diseases of cattle. It who are to pay these pensions ex- employed and a scarcity of labor t,,Rul - ,.OM; TEAS, ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collar.-- , Silk MitsT Best line oi Ladies' and FAKCV VAKD2ES, oek ilitln want a better thing 1 he llepubhcan Senate passed requires tho State Board of Health cept the fathers, brothers and sons in the household MIXCE-J1EAAlife where wo- PICKLES ami let in on tne .Judge. "JJamn Misses' Hoe, Corsets, c. souner men aro needed. Exchange. the Blair Educational bill appro- - to suppress any such disease that ot tnese same We have a fine assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e CRAXBERKIES, IIOSI1KY, GRITS dih-faceyour soul,'' raid Dock, eeclii-- ' pensioners ? Any Southern incm- odd mill n.my alIcar; requires the iirlatiii' in toto Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee togiveKitisiaction. notice me l don't want 3011 to Haste Makes Waste. of Congress, to say nothing Custom-mad- e when I come to Frankfort with my Clothing, latent style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, iiiiik oi uonars, aim tho jjemo-tl- o bv the owners: permits the of Northern members, who is not From plug hat and Mlk umbrella. You Collars, Ties, Hand kerchiefs, &c. i onarantine 1 cratio House killed it. True, manv of infec e nrot.iiRP.s. Tho New York Tribune, in comSugar, Coffees, Soaps, dre wagon-makeFresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. erood Democrats, anion" them the tno destruction ot infected am willing to vote liberal pensions menting on some of our ciiticisms areaburrtail, you're a ill J stop with Hill Lindsay when not be undersold. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; very low. a IlifL-minnTiitivp , Hiia mvjls r,and the,,.!.oinployincnt of ... to disabled Federal soldiers, is on the course of certain DemoWill piy full price for Butter, Eggs, &a ;.., ,. i, a gi eater Judge .:.! UV not worthy of a seat in Congress cratic leaders in Congress, be- go to Frankfort UU (mm III CIC1 lllitt litil, SOiSTS. bill, but still summing up as to the county where IS IUdisease ex than jouoer were or ever will the ought to havo comes quite jubilant, and says: but certainly they be. f don't inn with scrub stock. comparison between the two par- ists. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS It is only fair tu note tint the Courier not let me catch you the privilege and the manhood to 11. To make a wire fence a law ties as to economy and lavish exill" , .Jljuili.l', nunc tuiiiviiuK 'II'" HIV BX& BMal t PCI ...:.l. OT A iHKs , V iBill t fciJJ to claim acquaintance fnU lia a ll. vote against abuses. . Tho politi- - erb may be .Icroa-c- l penditures, it is a fact that the ful fence. KY. HICKMAN, l Il Up yiti Frankfort," and the Judge , Uii A a It Helie.efr.w.oKthe.l-W HP 12. To reward persons finding chins, anxious for have cjiun'icatnl H Democratic House, killed off this V he would husli. Dock drove rr. l jriiJ!ri' u The Uem ,cretic Con ' ii. ILl JfLsiJiJ! k ii and bring ashore tho dead bjdiestrun wilil in tllis ialter, and it is itrttd.lnn ll lfm1oi-- !tf1il Ml.- ..- . It'll f HTlll ...... w....v. lrtf SB J niwiftwiaiiiMiWiW Eg? rj"-"horse home large appropriation. jold bandy-shanke- d mwBim , .,, . , , of human beings from any navi-- l H fabuiet are to cone to nu ,!-,, 'hree minutes that eening. Tho Republican Senate has gable stream in tho State. It fixes lo uo u6puu iiiai ncsiui'iii oiuve- - ing; tl.e is to tc.o the Itivrr .mil - xox DEALER 15 reward at $o for each body land will have the courage of his Harbor Hill 'an-- all fsteamhip subxiilies," passed aiittnormous and nnpre-)th- e cttbion lobbv, and U to, h to euchre the convictions to interpose his veto 'New Railroad Projected. cedented pension bill, which will ' fmd' , . Italian and American Marbjx IIou-- c callinz 13. To make seuuetion a felony. at the nroner time even if it costs ieml a spriat incsc'ige to the , .. . :n-- . !. Alinton Iteiiua r.it J at'futi n lo die neces'sity for a reduction CI a illllllUMS Jtllll runt luc MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE punishable by confinement in the; ,., n (lrfftnt for re.eiectioii. of the Urifl It U an able fdienie, but it fc learn from reliablo author-tha- t w minions oi uonars, and tne Dein- - penitentiarv for not less than one of DEALER INU not likely to work. If the STONES. certain capitalists have ocrauc nouse is iignting to re- - nor more than live years. the UemocrU in Hie coming election is a movement to build a foot received a fine lot of Ane conditional on the carrying out of tIU tho general stat HAVING Italjnn Marblel om t strict and limit this bill within rea - i 14- - To President Cleveland. . 'cheuie, the Itpub ic.ins maj as well beiii j way from Mississippi City, on Har-dware-, tavor ot fi'nlf of Mexico, to Urowns- pared to filrtll orders. CairaifireVa Ronable proportions, and in doing utes m regard to liens in matocJiil 1 T.Iia fnllnwinir. frnm i hn American their canvass fur peikei" ot lie t.est TiiorOiniii(!. lnlinrfrR nuiL ur work. lciui. Some j ears binco a ,.it save inn ihv.ij'b Ho vvii o ' Bai,tist' thc ran 0f thC COlrCdl Orders from the country promjiti &C, SEEDS, FARM Are you not in too great haste I of road was built from the ions ot dollars. may 2ft taken to preserve Baptist of this State, indicates M.111V r.IiipkiMiK ImvK biMMi enniiti'd ' bound-o- f It is true that the Democratic the samo from, sixty days to six iv place lo tho southern House passed the .$15,000,000 livDer county, that State. that at least some of tho colored which never broke the shell. Even (Clinton Street, Conuan & Co's Old Stand ) . the intention of the er and harbor bill, which is now months. allow defendants to tes- ( people aro getting their eyes open you constructed a Cabinet for parties lo. To Mr. James G. Blaine, which yotn before the Republican Senate, but tify in criminal and penal cases. xo.x ii g the matter in hand to buy VF.ALER IS to a new view of politics: if it is passed, it seems to bo prethave to keep on ice. line, which belongs to a New allows defendants to testify, During tho presidency of Gro- Already there is a reaction in k man, and extend the road to ty well understood that a Demo- It . iaftnaStirITSfcirLmitZliriTTril vcr Cleveland - there has been a favor of a stiict construction of .0 .. . ' inn. iiini mi mm iu.iUO will veto it. cratic President 'kinau, Kj., i. e., if the people of their quiet sottling clown of the colored ASD ALSO. 9 Tho first year of Cleveland's bo construed as evidence the Democratic platfonn. The ,hat section of country will ' people to the fact that politics, as Nets, Seine, Lines, Hook, and allkm.v ' the requisite amount of.stock. Aumini8tration,Miccording to tho Blair Bill is dead; the House has. 10. To amend the revenue laws.,'. ,. ';., of l'ishing Tackle and Supjdiei", at a bar ,i.,jt .,,--. ti.nt inn.-;,,- ,, further thought that Iliok- refused the subsidies for steam-- ' iiguics, Hiiuw uiui mo gain. Groceries and Family Supplier gea all'the The most important provisions are the crops J0 g0 to weeds, the ; will take $.10,000 in stocks, ships asked by a Republican Sen Administration conducted erally. fixing the geneial tax at4ijinals t lho tools to lie idle ate. It will refuse the pensions that the other points between cxpciides of the Govornmen at those iiicc-iuyw.. ..A...e aiul everythmg neglected, to at- asked by Blair and Logan. When Brownsville and Hickman,through several million dollars less than uuutsuii J have secured, pcrmanentlf, one of the finest workmen in the Stale, and will ranke NEW FIRM. Ul ilbM&MJl ill tliKO w the last years of Republican rule, $100 011 tho first $1,000,000 and uii tend big barbecues, big speakings QiQ President has the opportunity which the road will pass, will take rooting anil tinning a specialty. 1 and depleted j ie will probably veto the River a sufficient miantitv of tho rosi- and collected a larger revenue cents on each additional $100; re- and drunken sprees, .Motto I will not be undersold, een in larger cities. GRL 1LE & under the same resources. When quiring Sheriffs to bid in property purses keeping mo uacic naueu :m(i Harbor Bill. All that remains due to insure the road being built and the feet bare, children hungry, just now to redeem the time all to the latter place. Should this this record for four years is suin-m- d sold for taxes for thc State; and was poor work. Tho fear that we that is necessary to invigorate the project succeed, the Iron Mounup, it will be an WOOl REM rate of taxation on bank argument in favor of contin- fixing the75 cents on the $100, and could not live under a Democratic party is to go 011 in this opposi- tain road will extend its line to stock at and we tion to extravagance, order the Hickman, and thus give a through administration has passed uing tho Democrats in power. ten per cent, of their are becoming more courageous. subsidy-hunter- s to tho rear, and connection from Mississippi City Cleveland has reduced the num- exempting to St. Louis. Should this design There havo been troubles at s by several surplus. retorin the tariff. ber of xoxThis revenue law is thc most Quietman and other places, is tho Democratic pro- materialize, it will result in great That hundreds, and has recommended All kind? of Farm Machinery, Plow still further decrease, which will important of all the legislation, but these were common under the gramme. On every issue it antag- benefit to tho people of this secImplements, Wagon, &c, repaired onizes Republican promises and tion in tho matter of freights. notice and workmanlike manner. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) roam? up a great economy. in tho fact that it promises to Republican administrations. Coming, as it would, in a direct XS52few Wagons, &c. made to ordor President Cleveland has been piactlccs. The disaffection among Demo bring under taxation a large mar5 manly and not exhibited any competition with the Illinois Cenf s! , He has the confidence BILL, tral as a thoroughfare to both AN INTERESTING Southern and Northern markets, id disaffection, and can't stand be- - caping taxation, thereby making of the colored people and the more uniform and equal, general prosperity of thc South is Text of the New Law. Giving it will doubtless have the effect of fore this vast accumulation of, our taxes 25cts Lower than the Lowes peaceful conof producing lower rates than our OPENED, witMnew STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. economics. and increasing the State revenue an evidence the tho 1 have no clerk expnsss no itore rer Defendants in Criminal rcasonabje. Patronage solicited. realm. We must shippers have yet been able to JOST rty xaR "0t more than half a million dollars, dition of all and pay cash for all ray Groceries, an. ?.",ocrati.c Prosecutions tho Right secure. However, tho road is on confound the uprising in the South . fulfilled its promise to reform the . t,,out . herefore can sell as cheap as the choc increasing 4ll. old rate, as all on acccount of color and paper yet, and may not be built, to Testify. at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lo. tariff, and wo answer that neither conoct30-18t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the lov Following is the full text of the although it is in tho hands of perhas the Republican party. Both and it is believed by its advocates color prejudice, for wo haveLouis, JOHN WITTING. Legisla- sons abundantly able to carry out after-ththe rate fusion and bloodshed in St. recently passed by the parties in national convention that fiist year other act giving defendants in criminal thc enterpriso should they deem made platforms promising the peo- - can be rcdnccd. Whether the Chicago, Milwaukco and men ; ture, it practicable. . cities, and these aro all white . . HOW TO SAVE IJONEY pie to revise and reform the tariff, wol, f g frf d. no colored men were in these. We prosecutions tho right to testify: f assorting that it was needed. A "An act to permit defendants in seen by its ope-ar- o must bo philosophers enough to all penal and criminal prosecutions We are Wholesale Headquarters tor majority of tho Democratic House od remains A Question for Lawyers. MANUFACTURERSOF grade of know and recognize tho fact that to testify. somo kind of a ratious. trying to pass From I.onnrilif Cumiuereial internal commotions exist everylie it enacted by the General Assemtariff reform, and thus keep their j 'jho Legislature passed 80 CBEWlHUMiKnOBAGCOudCI The widow Jones, of Louisville, us labor to lay up bly of the Commoniceatth if to tho people; but what eral biUSj but lho ig above cited where. Let and will job to dealers only at Facte while her son was a minor, markinds, horses, prices; also the lias 1110 ivujiuuncau ociiitiu huiiu embrace all immediately concern money and buy ried Smith and tho son was afterus carriages and valuables. Let Sec. 1. That in all criminal and wards known by the name of toward keeping the Republican Dental Scotch and Superior Scotch S&uf. ing tho general conductr&c, of bo men and educate our children. penal proscutions,now ponding or jiromise ! eloped to the best iu the market. We also ktep get trades and save hereafter instituted in any of thc Smith. Young Smith married to Tho record of Cleveland's Ail- - the whole people, tho others re Let them Jeffcrsonville and was constantly on hand a choice selection money. Biihfstration is being made in great iafmg to changes in practice courts of this commonwealth, the Mary Doe. The marriage certifiof Family Groceries, Confectioneries and people, and when , defendant 011 trial, on his own re- cate reads: "John Smith and Fruits, which we will sell very low fo. t d u " f ffl f ' the cash. Please call and see us. quest, shall be allowed to testify in Mary Doe." During the subseits four years of savings, is piled A Loophole of Escape. his failure to do quent few years Smith became figures and facts boforo tho charitable institutions, &c. his own behalf, but un in FUQUA k DeBOW. There aro many sides to thc la- so shall not bo commented upon, people, it will be unausswcrablc. "iilWlji" known by his right name, best bor question. It is not wholly a or bo allowed to create any Hon. Oscar Turner came up matter of excessive supply of sumption against him or her. pre- John Jones, and settling in a now Saddlery aijd Harness Silver has reached tho lowest from his farm in Ballard county more hands to work than work to Sko. 2. The defendant request- locality among sti angers, answerpoint it ever reached. Wo can last Saturday and spent the day be done. Look at our households, ed to that name and so wrote it. ing that ho bo allowed to testify, John Jones had his life insured uow purchase the quantity requir in the city, mixing with" his nu- to that homely ed to put nu our silver dollar tor onerous friends. Ho seemed to and particularly attachment, the shall not bo allowed to testify in and tho policy reads: "Payable PLOIjMER & FARRIS& chief, after any other witness has to my wife, Mary Jones." There 7G cents. The law says that wo bo j excellent health and snirits, and unromantic -- which is the corner-ston- e testified for tho defense. must keep on coining it and call and is tn tine trim for a Congres kitchen, JacJcson St., opposite Courier Office is no court record showing that A IN" Sec. 3. If two or more persons this John Jones, the insured, was 100 cents the world at large sional campaign this fall should he of the entire establishment. do ing it - - - KY. IIICKMAN, well-to-dfamily may aro jointly indicted, they may tes-- J notwithstanding. Elizabeth to wi decide to make tho race, which tolerably library ; tify'for each other, unless a con- evor married. John Jones, after thc room called WELL selected stock of Saddles and News. joined the Knights his friends are urging him to do. without Harness. New work made to order but it cannot do without a kitchen. spiracy is charged in tho indict- all the above, having discovered And yet if yon owed $1, and of- .His appearance created ouito a Take that away and what is left is ment; and proven to the satisfac- of Honor and, Prompt attention g!vcn,lo that ho had previously mixed 3DHTJGS, fered a silver dollar in payment, commotion among the local poli- not worth talking about. But tion of tho court. It E A MR BT O things, had tho K. of II. insurance that has and was only allowed 16 cents ticians, and from the talk stronger while tho mills, factories, workSr.C. 1. If a conspiracy is charg- policy made "payable to my wife, of any kind. He has secured the service? followed he seems to be proAND credit, wouldn't you kick? The than ever before. To us he did shops, railroads and great land ed in tho indictment, and proven Mary Smith." There is no legal of that well known and exeelleat work PATENT ductive establishments of the man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which ot Itslf li silver dollar buys as much sugar, not make any statement regarding are overstocked with labor and a to the stisfaction of tho court, record showing that Mary Smith a guarantee of good and faithful work. tljen each defendant named in the is the wife of John Jones, the incoffee, flour, &c, for tho poor his intention to rnn, but our opin- hundred thousand idle men are indictment may testify in his own apr24 AHoninal Supports a man, as a gold dollar, and so long ion is that when the raco is made waudering along tho highways behalf, as above provided for in sured, or that John Jones has question is, are the MEDICINES hrt will among wife. J. C. PARTLOW, J. F. GEAY. as this is the case, the bloated up MayfieldboDemocrat.the entries. looking for tho employment they sections one and two of this act. partiesTho legally man and wife! I?A.ITSrT do not find, more than a hundred Sec. ii. This act to take effect They so regard themselves and capitalists of the press need uot thousand households aro in want from its passage. And get your Blacksmithing and general decry it. . are so regarded by those who CsBereiwmim 8tn. of domestics to manage them, and Bepairing done at leA.013 know them. If they aro not I.ouUville Miss MisrAH Breckinridge, a gally married, what is the remedy ? it is not an inconvenience confined & COS., The President has sent about Congressman Stone, of Ken- to cities and towns. Tho repug- daughter of Congressman W. C. what becomes TOILET ARTICLES nominations for civil offices tucky, is one of the household Breckinridge, is studying law and If it is 2,100 ( Cornrr of Obion mi xekmge Strati,) best and nance of females to of tho policy "payable to my lo the Senate, of these 1,700 have strongest members of the House. service extends to every field and will practice with her father. - . HICDCAN, IY. wife, Mary Smith F been confirmed and only thirteen Fie works early and late in the in- circle. The rich and prosperous &c.T &c.j &e &c, &c, &c. Prices. Our Good Work at rejected. : .. terest of ins constituents, and is stock farmers complain that while The House of Ecpresentatives &. motto. fHjggraggs-- -' JERY iuiarcinsi. m outcago can secure all the farm hands has nassed the River and Harbor always on hand to vote on the they 9-3- 1 Itly or indirectly connected ILL WORK a specialty. Gov. Knott is a tulked-o- f can- right side of any question pending. they want without trouble, they bill which appropriates for these, JOIN F. GRAY k K. any hour, day orightr &g Bight bell after 10 o'clock lJ the murder 01 tne police 8PrescriptionB filled at house help, either purposes tho- - large sura of $1 r r didate for Congressman in his old In addition to this he ig extremely catnri-p?ocur- e r2-p. :i. hung. Id be vrhito or black, and their wives 000,000. district. popular and influential. A CASWELL BENNETT, - who are land daughters are compelled to'Tlnp.V Err.wn and .Indira Ben- trying to outstrip each other with wear themselves out in household i natt ' pension bill bids for the soldier drudgery in tho midst of vast i wi""'"0l,aB'rl vote "deserve the execration of pastures filled with herds of affla.V' livery body has heard of Dock every honest man in the land. tlo that betoken wealth and ence, but do not signify leisure Brown. Dock is a character that Louisville Democrat. and enjoyment to tho mother ami has lcw equals and no supenois, The men in Congress, irrcspect- was .H11011 ,1.0 ml Wc daughters of tho family. life, ive of party, ought to rote will- - know that in great cities, where "downed" on anything m Tiie men in Congress NEW GOODS! -- SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Fakis & Parkerj KENTUCKY STREET, HORSES, DUGOIES and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, horses and entire outfit of W. B. Plummt r we propose to continue the business, anl' solicit patronage n0'r constantly KEEPS sale on hand for nir UirgC-BlZC- y a r 3LA.TEST STYLES ! be-to- . -- ..;, 1 oi.-.iem- n, f M Wool Bfm Qood DRESS GINGHAMS, PRINTl Family Groceries. Uep-re8entativ- es i ..--- Pamily (Grocery H. -- AND PLAIN PIQUA. JUDGE. su d first-clas- j T, ex-eue- 4 I 41 U-ent- v Q Ciinrlrr-Journ- r. n rnt-Aro- ri ,;,, StaT-W- 1 . , J. AMBERG'S ! I -- I -- y ! I - , -- d titilt-r.-tan- I're-iJc- nt fr. O f Pm LS -- S Lri l lilA-pil- ,) C. B. KINGMAN, - loil Xinware, IWlillTS. -- T"'"lZTTf , F. B. CASE, su' l4 Bvwylhiag Tw Family Groceries; , .j ROOFING, Ac.- lTTUS office-holder- Car-rollto- n, Iiw S5 UTWT utable. ::: UH -- EMS.." UnSrS S, '" !.. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Groceries W. G. KINGMAN. o ... HEUTWECK, BALTZER & CO. J gen-promi- se Ken-tueh- y. ftg. JK 3 -- , Hickman, "te Kentucky. - o J. W. COWGILL DEALEB A Trusses r I s t ronrier-Juurn- tt. J. 7. CBA7 Rock-botto- ,TZ 'H tl - , - M 11 5fc p 3- -- i 5 -- i. i. A1 sssti fttotaMMiW& TTTl Tilim lllMnlUI ' '.Mil ' HIWM ii -