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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886060401 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. HI iM ' " HP1 "try (2. n COURIER. IU IB fflCDUH PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY . BY GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAK.KY. OCe-Jacka- THE HICKM ESTABLISHED CANADIAN SASS. Thry oa Btreet, next door to CUy HalL m V j -n COURIER tu c k y . mmm, Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. a A.X.E SXXXS, BirVTBLOPBS, ILL-HE .,j OCOROB 'WARREN, Editor. The Oldest Newspaper 1S59. A.338. " y INVITATIONS. rsiOE OP subscription, sijsa HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTYKENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JUNE 4. "is8fi WHAT NEXT? - VOL. XXIlO. ClalaM ETC. ETO. XT1 35, A Con- - .HT) S3 , HERft 310SX GUILTY. An Anarchist Who Will Havo a Griovanco Now, And Learn Somcthlnjr of the Law He llOUIlCCS. Do- - mil .'.iiierli-.ti- Live No Ilalf-Wa-y tttleaifnl i Vessels Must Keep Away 1 or SS8PS!s wtLJ","-"--uTi1-rli- iV New Yohk, MnyiSS. Hcrr Mostjras brought to court this morning handcuffed most vehement manner that Canadians--, ton thief. ULs associates, Schenck and without exception, have naught but the Braunschweig, were with bim. The court- kindest feelings for their Yankee neighbroom was crow ded. Most looked very sav or-, but this is not the. fnet. Tl3rfl is it age and scowled viciously at every person prejudice at present, itnd it is las oyes fell upon. It was said that ho was rapidly crowinsr nminst tl,el United Krcauj annoyea at thespremiof tho state- - .States citizens and the export of that ""-"journal ol iue so- - mini me t " : of the Dominion cialistic part- - has been givingpublicity to, has held up its boundlesi acres mat lor years he (Most) was in tho ,r l'raine land, crosi-ebt? tho" great rl'JWotthoi,Genuan Government. .....I ' Canadian Pacific railroad. Mf lhe par TiKri;rn ,..77l17lT"ir. i.iTn f fertile, wbile tho . deep-seate- d " forth-wes- Mox n:i: tu is a fitrOIll? tlllderelirrotit'. fWllin nnlnniv ami animosity ia tho breast," of the Eng- llsll OlflMllilltIC! llAtk nrv.,1,,.. men- .nmc..- ............ ,.. bul", l.I- ttnapL ran cousins one who has uvea hire any length of tune can not fail to 'discover. The Canadian press may declare in the tu tlic ltottom. Que., May 30. That tbere jjo Tho Spanish Fishing- Smack Ohio-tild- o Seized OIT I'isliiii riorl.lii liy a i;. s. Cuttrr for I...W.--- A Warllko Consul slaiui-- , iM'riiiitiiy O.T Wtli tliu fit.irs ami Stripes. M..ln; M""'""f" u- ke-pnn uoiauui muiciucutncre. .uoipn scncncic, i wurtc, uin is an in tuo interest ot of the prisoners, took the stand. He migration, and it a word, "tether true or stated that ho understood that tho object' false, can be uttered which will tend to of the meeting was to advise the use of I immigrant with money on this arms against lorce, thatjf a blow should ' side of line l. it will surely be said. This tuem they should str ke feeling is more duo to tho knowledge that nKa'ns!t SitrV back. The purpose of the meeting was also ' of too land of Canada but very little is tit j mutest, airainsi snen nnfi.?i n i,f..i i lorseiiiempiit nr r,niiii nr .nivpi..rii ,,i ieen taken m Sti T.r.t.?B ha. i.;.i t nation, for tho reason that while tho deputy sheriffs shot down men and Dominion itself is lanrer than the wholn women. Tho me'eting was territory covered by the the International Men's Riflethat of States, being so far North, United Club, hardly i he witness said he was an Anarchist, a gi eater number of acres lie knew tho meaning of the word. Just be planted and crop grown on accountcan of now he believed in the Government of the the severity and length of the winters here United btates. It suited him. but it did and the early frosts than that embraced in not Miit every jerson else. Witness did the one State of Texas. The fishery Quesnot place Most and George "Washington on tion, noi the subject dispute, has an equal place in governmental affairs. to bung this feeling of the sulfate, served to and it 1 he prisoner Braunschweig took the stand is wonderful how often the subjert of war ud said that he was at work when arrested. being pusj.ble is discussed at the homes hen be entered tho Mnsr rv and ijfthe clubs of this and other cities of fcpeaking, and when ho had finished the the Dominion In tho course of an inter.i..c,pokc in trennan for ten minutes, view held yesterday with a prominent in his remarkIie declared that the pres- member of Parliament, and who. bv the ence of police at a workmen's meeting in way, is a utrong Government supporter, tree America was aj,hame. said: He never he be "There will no mentioned nuvthing way about of bondis or half tho setguns. He lid ubt know whether he w as an tlement of this question. speedy will Wo narchist or not. He acreed with a rrent. force it upon the States to declare whether niany of Most's s.ciitiments as published in they will keep their tbhing vessels out of treihoit. "We sav openly we mor our waters or whether we shall send them ality to the bottom." Being asked what ivad the toniev from the Freiheit. "Ho you agree would be followed by the Canadian course cruiswith that sentiment!" "No, wo want to ers if they met with armed resistance he Keep morality," said Braunschweig. The S? :,"Tuo of Marine has declared mister witness did not believe in robbery, arson that Canada will take consequences, and mid murder, and said that he was not in in case of resistance then tho otlicers comsympathy with those who would force. manding the different cruisers have orders JJut when a man was hungrv and his fatni-to hoot such vessel out of the wat-- r. starving, ho must do something. hngland is nt Canada's Wck." he The defense declared that this ended added significantly. The Minister their case. Surprise wa expressed that or Marine was seen vesterdjv, Mom, did not take t stand. Most anil from him the following information then addressed the jnrv in his obtained : There nre engaged in tho own behalf. The jury tlien found of Canada h'JAW nicu. According to tho whole three guiltj- of the charge in th 1'iuiiiira mey areas follows: Aovu indictment misdemeanor mid recomtin, ww. yueuec, U,Sii; ew Brunswick, mended Schenck to the mercv of tho court. .aiuLan0, -- 71"' trince.' Edward-! Tho prisoners will Iks sentenced on Wednesbland, ..Kb; British Columbia, 1.S50. Tho day next. sixty thousand men are employed in 1,177 TPs.H : nr J, si, , -;..- -. ions jand m measurement ami WITH A NOISflilKE THUNDER tr;02I,U value, oflicial 2M?.! boats of SS1J.-i.value, lhe figures of tho value Ot tlie fisheries lnsl vnr nrt ai flla,.. The Whole Interior oj :t 3III1 1".Uh In ew Brunswick. A Loss of a IlaniircilThou, si ; .VnI.TJ.430; P. R. Island. t2: S?".',bw--Columbia. fl.0TS.ftJS; Dollar. Unt.sh Guvxn Rrin.s, Mitn., May 2S. La t.J..M2,0!11. Total. SI".?." .I?,.. The evening a terrific noise was heard in tho mit valuable fish to Canada is th ro,l nf worth was caught last year. Valley City Mills. On investigation it a Inch proved to be the giving away of the over- The other chief fish were: Loiters, f.0i:i,-.31- : herring. mackerel. $,m,-4.loaded fldfu-s- . The whole interior of tho salmon. tl.l.VJ,; and haddock, white huge structure fell into tho basement, and aml "'"'nes from t500,CXJU to worth. The exports of Canadian a large portion of the contents was soon swept away by tliehmU race out into the fish are however, of special interest as tho Grand river, leaving the lofty mill like an AT H,h "" wuere tue greatest trade lies lUe e.xK)rts jUbt year wrsas follows empty esq? shell. There were fctored in imsJimeu maws, t.i,.ji(j,(i-j.Omat mense bins in the second, third and v, ' ' 'J"' l" "ri'isii esc mines, fourth stories of the mills to Spanish West Indies, 571SJ.V5; 15,000 and 20,000 bushels of wheat to to South and about tbirty tons of bran, all weighing America, Wet Indies, The total T. WO tons. In the western joition of the ports amount to 7,!W.0O. Tho total cot building was the milling machinery of tho of the fishery service is .51X1.21.- per year. a most improved and costlv styles, a portion of it having been put in but a year ago, at small sum for the protection of an industry a vear, and an exense of $1CU0. All this plunged down producing nearly into the basement in the geucial destruc- exporting nearly t. (ooa). tion. The timbers and machinery in falling broke through the wcai-- .iiln rf i, Confederate to be Decorated. building, facing the river, making a gap n ,!.r, O., May ."a) The graves of tho in the wooden walls fifteen feet wide and twentv to thirty feet high. A smaller gap Confederate dead on Johnson's Island, was also made m the wall on the east side. Lake Erie, will Io decorated by The damage is estimated at from SO,000 to McMeens Post G. A. It, 100,000. The mills were insured to the ing the war over fifteen of tliis city. Durprisoners amount of ?.V),00J. but the insurance is were confined on this thousandand island, mora worthless, as it only covers damage by than two hundred dead were buried there, lire. A new mill will be erected at once. but few- of the graves being now marked. The disaster occurred by the timbers.yield-ui- g Congi ess. Southern Legislatures and hi the first story and forcing the upSouthern Masonic Lodges will be asked to rights, tho whole came down. uppropi nte money with which to improve the cemetery and keep it in decent order. ira-on- o t ' i . against Germany's subversion of King Malictoa's authority, and, in response to that ruler's appeal protection, the American Consul hoisted tho Samoan under the American flag, and immediately telegraphed to President Cleveland, notifying lum of his action in establishing a protectorate over tho disputed territory. Flv., May 31. A Times-- I mutt special trom Cedar Keys says: The revenue cutter Dix, Cnplani'l-Vuigar- , arrived in port at G p. in. yesterday with tho .Spanish lUliing smack Chlotilde, of Havana, which she captured oir Anclot.' Key, of this State, for violating the Hsb-er- v laws b lUhniK within tlm-- o leagues of tho Amencaii shore and irregularities in her papers. The t'hlo-tlUio has t.,000 salt lisli aboard. The uriuv rraa.ataaal.aVttl.m011 AinTnIMfl'i ,.?,a"aaaaWa1 O whom s'peak English. She now lies in this w ltu n prize crew from the . naroor it on board Tho captain has Ikm-reMjrted to the authorities m Washington. Melimu i.u, Maj 31 -- Advices from Samoa, of date May "i., state that a German man-of-wproceeded to the territory of K'ng Toma-es- e, whom Germany uphold-- against King Malie-toa- . The British and American Consuls at Apia drew up a formal protest ar Ju fr m.-etii.- THE PRESIDENT'S MARRIAGE. Where the 1'erforiiu-il Historical JIUs UtT-hi-ljtCli-t-h- Ccri-mi.ii- y U i -- l.w-iii- (. Pro-ecuti- ng -- u-- e -- rUliH-rte- s - S.-- o -- , a u I.JlRJ,-lJff- ; Ou-tan- o. ,J le-tw-- i".? 51,.-.H.5; o -, of Her th:it U to 15c. Wasimvoton, May 31. Tho approaching marriage of the President continue tho ruling topic of talk. It is understood that Miss Cleveland will bavu the ordering of the houso for tho bride's arrival, and that she has given up the elegant boudoir in the southwestern portion of tho building, and which has been assigned to all tho ladies regnant at tho White House. This room possesses many beauties. The walls have a grayish tint blended with pompadour coloring.aud the carpet harmonizes with them. Tho furniture is or a light pattern, and modeled hi mutation of bamboo. President Cleveland has used the same apartments ac the other Presidents, in the northwest corner of the building, where the picture of Irs lad love was to be seen on his dressing-tablDr. Sunderland, the President's pastor, and the mnn who will perform the marriage ceremony, is a llipublican. and was rather hitter on Mr. Cleveland during the campaign. But when the President got to asbingtou. and he and his sisters found there the man who had been their mother's pastor in the little town where thev lived in New York, the memory of tha't dear mother and the Iovo for any one who had been associated with her was too strong to influence by political feelings, and they were soon found m the congregation o"f the Church. The Blue Parlor, in which the wedding will occur, wasthescene of the marriage of John Quiury Adams' son in Is2.. while his father was President, and of President Haves' niece. Mis', Piatt, to General Hastings. Only aIout twenU will the ceremony. The few invitationswitness out, sent were in the form of personal notes from the President, reading as follows: "E.KirTiVE Mansion. May 29. ISSfi. 1 urn to "M DimkMk. le married on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the White House to Miss Folsom. It will Ikiu very quiet affair, and will be giat.Hed at your attendance on tho occasion. Yours sincerely, -e. nil's Opinion to ho perj-on- s WORKING HARD. XL1XTJI C0XGBESS. The Knight of I.nhor Contention at Olcve- l.iml (lets Down to lliioiness Increase In I'lrst Seislon. 4 the Membership of tho I.xcciillte Hoard ymsr.xoy. May bill was I'roiioseil Treaty of 1'raiii with tlm rojotted favorably authoriring the construe-ttonp- f s l'roh.ibility of an AIU-the Lako IJorgne outlet for improving nre with the National .r.uK. tnctiavlgatloti bill was Cli.vki.am, O., May 2'.. The general Ilitroduced to of tho Mississippi create an Assistant Cominls-tlre.- r assembly ol tho Knights of Labor settled auopted?r Affairs. A resolution was authorizing the printing down to hard work yesterday morning Sin??0 Slip111 Service olhcials on of a report Alaska. A and held two session, business being ported "eutennnt Greeley's benefit was rell favorably, authorizing tho appointtransacted on tho eight-hou-r plan, from ment of an additional Assistant Adjutant eight to twelve o'clock in the morning and with the rank of Major. A two to 8ix o'clock in tho afternoon. Alter Willwas passed to credit A.Arthur and Win. 11. Jfobertson. tho opening preliminarion the Committee ork, with certain nuns on report, Sr.S". it presented Iaws uurttg their administration of tho olllce. lost the first proposition of which was JPHKation was adopted inquiring into tho substantially that the Exei utive Board wrojrtetr of using the I'eiisueolit Navyanl ships. ol the Knights of Labor be increased ior.e construction of steel bill was The A. ,V Hulroad land passed. from five to eleven mem hern, or that six ttndjlltln I llvo.1 forfeiture Inpthii r,ritiwlila.p.it.,n a.rtl.a. CW.'.ijrepcallng the nsHistanta lie appointed to assist til id Umber . iner.,nn laws. A bill was ims.l present oonru. Alter an hour a XiJten-Ioof soldiers who lost ... arm at the the nronosition was ndoiited wifliiw aHIJ Jll jlla, I V Jl y (I T S.U!'3 C.f.' Oollntsnt nTIOuUtll. IIUIII piu.irloiis ,of W tlttrtt The eislnltllrtli headqimrtcra the hill were ettended to some special permanent hills were then for the Board in Philadelphia, Cjflsei.up. Prltate and, if deemed necessary, the board may tJ.cn the'lhe bankruptcy bill wus debuted tlnough rest of the day. sit throughout tho year, instead of assemJlOfsU. ( onterees on the shipping bill bling at the call.ot the general master were upvointed The Senate bill, iuitl.ori7.ln workman. n bridgeacro?s Arthur Kill, was reported A resolu'i ion was carried that gave tho tithout amendment. The Committee gener.il master workman the authority to on Territories reported a bill to enable tho people ofDakota to form a constitutional l the commissions ol every organizer and Mate ,n in tho order. The aubject of appointing was nuide frovt rnmeiit. bill adterse report Senate for the admission competent org.inizera and the means to bo of Dakota if the lor the organization or the lnd Territory o Lincoln The aj s and Means taken for their selection was being disCommittee tiade an ad terse report on tho cussed when the noon recess occurred. Mexican conference reiort on The convention mvixeuibled at two ttie urgenttreiti,. The bill was iiirreed to. Tho dulclency o'clock. The Executive Board presented itu oleoniargerim hill was then taken up and throutriiiut the nttertioon ami at an report in the matter in controversy beevening sesslai. tween tho trader unions and the Knight Washim.toi, May 31. Sen tk. Private of Labor, and the rest of the pension bills were considered until two was spent id hearing stutemenUnnd o'clock, whtu the bankruptcy hill was taken arguments on the report. jooii Tho report of the Executive Board on up. It was limp laid aside and the bill taxing an the controvert;, embodies land grant eenconsidered. Afterthe amendment had added making I'nitod the address of the trudea unions and the Mates a pre eired purchaser in case of land terms on which they wish to settle exist- titlei-- , tlie bll amending the Chinese immigration act of lss was discussed. Mr. ing troubles. The address is aa follows Sherman culalned that tho bill simply Tur officers or the National and Internathe uieiuiing of existing law on tiona, irailes unions tlosire to make the tate jiolnts wheren difference the opinion existed. of sen. that tboy liuvo no antagonism toward Mr. Hoar provted against further tni Knishts of lilKir. and belie. o tliuL ns an legislatioi. Mr. Ingalls opposed the bill order, it lias a legitimate mission iu the labor which wus tlntily tostpotied to a future day. movement of America Thioitirti the developAt 5:50 p. in., tie M'nate adjourmsl. ment ot fndustr) and the of capHofsr. The limn free ship bill gave way ital tin- tendency lstoinonniH)ll.t' llieliusiui-,discussion on Hence of the count trades have for the oleotniiriorlne bill, andSpeeches were wr resumed. l by an Introduction of tnacbinert , that measure theblll by Browne ilnd.i, licen made against ttiesulMlttts.on of lalior, tho ue uf woman's and Moirlson fill). Mr. (Sroster-nor'- s and child's labor, and the luck of an apprentoward lhe tice sjsteui. so that the skilled trades were rison remarks wen directed amendment Mortariff bill. A'ter an had rapidly sinking to the level of pjiiHr labor. nuutring boardlng-housbeen adopted To protect the skll!el labor of America from . keepers and othen using oleomargarine to beins- reduced to bejrxar.-and to sustain label it the standard of American workmanship and journed.as such. tli House at .' p. in. adskill, the trades unions of America have been Washington, Miw 27. Si.nate. resoluestablistxtJ. Ther are u socal soccty. and ihcir ptmt history proves not onlv havo tion was offered foi the of Inthey been a benefit In raising tho dian traders. The till forfeiting certain lands wacrs ot workmen and in nslucmg tho In Oregon, belonglig to the Northern Pacific burdens or toil, hut thev have fulfilled the railroad, was thea taken up, and discussed frntcrmtt duty of nssinrmx their memliers when unemployed and iu sickness, when dis- during the morning hour. Several2 private bill we-paod, and at ii. in. euabled by acuident and old age. and ppn ided logies on the late Senator for the widows and orphans of their deceased were ilclltered by Messrs.M filer, ot California, Stnnfonl, Hearst, bnithers Consequently the trades unions and others, and after a resolution expresshavo a Il.cd and permanent iiistilu-lioing the sorrow of the Senate had been adoptIn America, not antaKouUtic to tho or lhe country, but calculated to elevate ed, an udjournjient was carried at 3:C. ji. m., all branches of labor to a h gher degree ot as a murk of rfittct to the deceased. lloi'si;. The conference report on tho e Uzenslup and a larger share of social comshipping bill nan adopted, with the retaliatory fort. Tor this principle the thoughtful mid clous" included. Iscusiou on the oleomarmen of various crafts have founded garine bill was resumed. Short speeches were unions of their iepectivo trades and to inudel'V Daniels of Virginia, and Tillman of innlutaln the r trades uniocs the members .south Carolina, against, and by Hutterworth, havo sacrificed countless time and money, aud'litt of Illinois, in favor, although Mr. ami when', at first, man) predicted their combelieved the tax proposed was plete failure time has proved not only their too high. After a number of amendment, but has demonstrated that they intended to make tho bill ridiculous, had are detuned to lultlll a higher mission, befn ruled out of order, the House adjournand their progress is in exact propored. it 5 p.m. An atteirpt to get a night sestion U- the intelltctunl development of sion, for further discussion, was defeated by their members. When they nre founded on filibustering. such grounds there need be no fears of their Wasiiinotox, May 2s. Senate. A bill was destruction, nor need there bo any autago- town n'.weeii tafia miw tae miigiaaql muot. jw.tscd validating the general laws of THE COMMONWEALTH. Leaf Tobacco Market. Tnn general action of the market has been indicative of healthier conditions, and forcdark and heavy tobaccos decidedly 60. There has leen a good steady competition for medium export grades of dark and henvy tobaccos from regie and Grman buyers, with an irregular contingent from the home trade upon inducements in price or qunlity offered, and these grades aro stiff ot the advance quoted last week. Bur-le- y tobaccos have met a good, steady demand, but the offerings have been large, and at times there were indications that thoy were verging toward an excess. Prices w ere occasionally a little irregular for medium and low grades, but all kinds and qualities are about steady at the close at the lovel of last week's prices. We quote ltM tobaccos as follows for full weight ., packages: . USELESS E President CleveUi grcss Can Not Pension ! Tiilsill Truites-riiloiiM- ii ln,-la- n J iIm'. -- . . n a Exi-cutiv- ret-al- d after-Doo- n trades-union- s e airKi-cpatio- n - atfcs-tei- r. s o - V inve-tlgati- jien'-lo- n o c n e wel-lar- far-seei- - 1 . Ri Cleveland was reported assaying : "My brother might have searched tie world over without finding it sweeter, purer girl, or one more worthy or fitter for the position she is about to assume." .Miss tJ-dn- y "GKOVEI. CLE El. 4N i." - NO SECTARIANISM. lVlKt-onsl- they show- - caus to the contrary before the court on tho nth day of June next. Tho application was based upon Section 3. of Article 10, of the State Constitution, which is as follows: "The Legislature shall provide by law for the establishment of district schools which shall be as nearly uniform as practicably and such schools shall be free and without chargo for tutioti to rtll children between the ages of four and twenty yeais. and no sectarian institution shall be allowed therein." DestructiveWhirlwinu' in Michigan. 25. At about midnight last night, a whirlwind of terrific severity, accompanied by thunder, lightning, rain and hail visited this vicinity, unroofing barns, twisting off signs nnd awnings, breaking glass and blowing down huge trees. The inhabitants were much alarmed, many taking their children with them and repairing to the cellais for safety. Much damage was done to propcity, but there was no loss of lifo yet reported. Nova Scotia in the Role of Secessionist. Halifax, X S., May 2S. In an address fol- Schools. BeiAjit, "Wis., May iS. On tho petition of various persons an alternative writ of maudamus was issued yesterday by order of the circuit court of Janesville, directed to the district board of school district o. J, in the city of Engerton, requiring tho board to discontinue the reading of the ible nud other religious and devotional .xercise practiced in this school, or that The Kc.itlin? of the Itlhln l'urhlililcn in I just issued by premier Fielding, the lowing occurs: ""In the opinion of tho Government the time has come when tho people of ICova Scotia should once more make an effort to obtain release from tho union into w hich they were forced." a m The President's Marriage. "Washington-- , May 2S. President Cleveland will bo wedded to Miss Frankio in the AVhito House Wednesday, June 2. ;Tbe ceremony will bo unostentatious. This information is given out by formal announcement, nnd all gossip previously indulged ia goes for naught. Fol-so- w Business Embarrassments. The Winter Wheat Crop. New Yoiik, May 28. The business failures occurring throughout tbo country durW,sii,n .ton, May .m-winter wheat ing the last seven days number for tho crop has in many largo sections United States 154. and for Canada 27, as damaged by insect enemies, butleenisbadly precompared with 1(57 last week and 17( tho dicted from numerous reports it received weekprevious. The casualties in the East- that while, the crop wi not ern, Southern and Middle States are light, and below the average in number, the yield, there ,!5T,',,e1sl of .. " immensi B """"r Western and PaciflcStutes furnishing more yield: f than of the total numbed of failures of the week. A Millionaire's Gift. The 1 one-hal- in YjO the per capita income was only;?!. 7s. and expenditures 2.01. Tho revenue has lien as low as lij cents for each inhabitant, is was the case in 1M1, nnd under stimulus of war taxes has risen to $15.7.1 tier head, as it did in 1C(V. The differences .K'tween the maximum and the minimum annual expenditure for other purpose:, than the payment of the principal of the public debt havo been even greater. In 1S45 w spent $1.15 for each person then in tho :J7..M. For the last country, nnd in l's-s twelve years the net revenue, Dangerous Fun. of which comes from the product .Newport, It. I.. May :t0. Last Wednes of taxation, has ranged from a maximum of day night an attempt was made to break $70.01 in lbS2 to a minimum of $5. .2 in 1S&. into the store of II. G. Blanchard here. During the same period expenditures have m 1N1. Since then John Branch, tho clerk, who varied from $7.07 m 174 to sleeps in the store has kept a close watch. The Canadian Fisheries Squabble. Last night the Im3-- s here thought to scare him by rapping on the door with a piece of Hu.irvx, N. S., May .11. The schooner iron. Thinking them burglars, the clerk fired three shots with a revolver, hittiu" Amos B. from Canso, report the Dominion t one lny, John Alexander, in the head nn3 fishery police boat L. cruising in inflicting a very dangerous wound. that neighboihood. The American schooners James A. Garfield, Frederick Gerring Liberal Church Subscriptions. . nnd Green Leaf have been official! reported Washington, May .'JO. Tbo pastor of tho ss having purchased bait within tho Canachurch of the Covenant announced to his dian limits, as well as other vessels whoso bnve learned. It undercoiigrcgntion that a debt of ?lfi0,O0O names that not been will attempt isto still remained on the church, $40,000 had stood vesselscruisers they be met with. seize should The leen raised aud fCiO.OOO was covered with a those is stated to have procured bait and field mortgage, A subscription wns at onco Gai in Bras D'Or Lake, and the other two ice started to raUotho balance, and in thirty obtained theirs at Canso and Fox Island. minutes $.K,000 wns sulscriled. Justice Many American fishing schooners nre Strong, of the U. S. Supreme CourL conto lo hovering about the Nova tributed 10,000. but their fears increase with tho departure of each new fishery cruiser from They Took theTJounty Money. port. St. Lous, Mo., May 3). -- The store of St. John, N. B., May 31. The Dominion Win. P. Farherty, at Perryville. county fishing cruiser Lansdowne received orders seat of Perry County, Mo., wus burglarized last night to proceed to sea this morning. Her destination is unknown. some time Friday night, the safe blown open nnd between $.1,000 and S,000 stolen. Two packaged containing $.1,700 were overBad Place to Take a Nap. looked, andome small sums belonging to depositors were left behind. 3Ir. Farherty Canton, Ia., May 31. The Midland pasis i he county treasurer, and most of the senger train, running from Anamosi, this money taken belonged to the county. morning ran over threo young Germans who had been to n dance at Goose Lake Protestant Episcopal Convention. last night, had become drunk nnd laid Chicago, May SO. The triennial Convendown on the track to sleep. Thev were tion of the Protestant Episcopal Church of farm hands, shortly from the United States will be held in Central: country. Ono died arrived after, tho old soon MUsic Hall, Chicago, lwginning October 23 will die, and tho third was only another sligbtlv aud continuing five weeks. bi uised. eleven-twelfthHow-Ietto-da- y Sco-tiacoa- Blue and Gray Jain in Strewing Flowers. CiMiii.r.sTOx, W. V., May .50. About five hundred Confederate and Union soldiers met together yesterday in this city, and after addresses bv ancc, of Ohio, for tho Union soldiers, nnd Captain John S. Swann. for the Confeder ntes. a procession was formed and marched to the cemetery, with several wagons load ed with flowers whcie they pioceeded to (.ecoralu the graves of Blueand Gray. that the revenues for last year of the were at the rate of $5.S per head of population nnd the expenditures at tho rate of $4..i7 per capita. This is quite a change in the last quarter of a century, for Uov-ernme- nt Some Interesting Figures. May 31. A statement issued by the Treasury Department shows Wsiinton. i 1 m a . " m a Cholera on the 2S.-Ch- olera Jump". PiTTsnt'ltOH, Venice, May U increasing. new cases have been reported within twenty-fou- r hours. Thirty-fiv- e ii t k'v ftbotgBB -- Shot by an Octogenarian. Lamar, Mo., May Robert B.Bay, bout thirty-tw- o years old, was shot and fatal ly wounded by H. Barber, about twelve o'clock last night. Barber is seventy-eight years old, deaf, childish and lives alone with his daughter, his wife having left lum some weeks since. Hay, qatte deaf also, visited tbo old man's who;is soase to talk over some business matters, and knocked at the door. Barber mistak-- J Iain for a burglar, fired on bim with a This is in addition to his gift of s'ji0U0 lo f Pittsburgh. j "'."- ' establbinca - ZAlhl S?.17' 'w Pa., May ,'Xti Andrew Car- VS?1 ."h VU II 1IIMU11 ."""i a....... rf !.. IIi" aanufacturer, for "?y uia , I d, years ago Dr. a German phvMcian, married Bertlia von Uieberstoin. Six years later fche became insane and was placed in an asylum in Silesea. In course of time the husband quit Germany, and after extensive travels settled in Youngstown, O. l.ecently be was considerably surprised when his wife walked into his oflice. "The doctor says she is still insane. She declares that she is sane, and that she is looking for her son whom her husband kidnapped Cleveland and sent to California. Leader. Twcnlv-tlirc- c Lobs-cliei- a seven-year-ol- d Dim 'la?s-eaterThe number of has become amazingly largo Owsley, a Louisville drummer shot and within a month or so. Several profess killed his stepson, DeWittTaylor, near "to even diet on soft soap, coal oil and Bradfordsville. Ky., Satarcav night. such like, including an Eastern man, Family difllculties are who, in spite of his claimed ability, cause. Taylor i said to havebeen nursu-in- g succumbed to a dose of poison. Owsley.when the latter Shot His Louisville, Kv.. May afLLucius Stefts5 so-call- s" a to shot E'. C'Ai-ca- go at Times. r& j. Swm oir. Pearson were fatally injnrU$n runaway C., May aW.HJUQwas banged here Thn forth accident in Central of Carmine Rotunaa. The crime horse attached to the Bonner ran away in the saBSf--t ri.row- mesa I sain or Jaiy last. ing Mr. Bonner ouit and secKawli.. iDJu,inS bim. A 0af WAMrtNBTOK, D. 4, . ' More " Runaway Accidents l Park NEwYoKK.MayG0.-Mr.aAj- 2S.-P- etro wr to-da- v Some of the blind can read five or six honrs without feeling fatigued. They use both hands in reading, tho beino; used chielly to right separate the words and syllables, while recognizes the word the left by itself..y. Y. Tribune. fore-linger fore-fing- er The Chamber of Deputies has voted francs to the fund for tho establishment of the Pasteur Institute. to the Committee on the Stato of tho The Provincial mayors throughout BelOrder. gium bnve issued orders prohibiting tho It iri believed the Knights will undoubt- Socialist demonstrations announced for the edly indorse the bill now before Congress 13th of June. providing for a tax of ten cents a pound Gesekvi. Siu Don lii M. Stewakt, G. C. on oleomargarine, and it is thought this Sir John McNeill mtiou will draw the grangers jnt0 tlu Ik, nnd field, thus greatly strengthening the order. sailed for Now Yoi k on board the steamship The Knights of Labor are courting an Aurnnia. a'liance with the agriculturists, and indiCount Xiquen., Governor of Mndrid, cations point to the establishment of closn while examining a revolver on the Hist, acrelntions between that order and the Na- cidentally discharged tho weapon, the ball tional Grange as an outcome of the preshis side, llo is in a precarious ent session of the general assembly. Tim entering condition. National Grango has been in cxmtonw The Austrian ministry is divided upon for twenty years. Since the date of iU organization its growth has been wonder, the question of the duty to be placed on importat.ons of petroleum, and it is conful. Jn the first ten years .',000,000 members were admitted and the total member- sidered not improbable that their resignaship to date is estimated at ,000,000. tions will be sent in. in its declaration of principles it strongly Ax Imperialist Congress was held in advises and arbitration, Paris, on tho .Wth. There were one hunmortdiscountenanced the credit and dred Bonapartist Deputies and journalists gage system and nil unhealthy rivalpresent. ries. Its chief aim is to bring There is a Thoy showed great lack of unity. strong schism between the adproducers and consumers into direct and herents of Friucit Victor and Prince friendly intercourse, and in every way it agrees with the main principles of tho Jerome. Knights of Labor. The Knights have Theke were reported nt Venice, on the recognized th immense power wielded by TiOtb, thirty-twnew cases of cholera and the grange, and the committee appointed twelve deaths. Thursday was instructed to use every effort to bring the farmers under their AL a Shelby (N. C.) court n short charter. time ago the ease was tried of a boy who had been lined by the mayor of tbo Queer Cause of Death. town for climbing a tree, there being a CiucAtso. May U0. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thornc, of England, came to this country town ordinance forbidding the climbing about two weeks ago. They reached this the of trees. The boy appealed, and judge reversed the mayor's city last Friday. While in Washington declaring to be an Mrs. Thorne noticed a pin of the black, inalienable right of boys, over which mourning kind, in her pillow at the hotel. Endeavoring; to extricato it, she pricked municipal authorities have no jurisdicher thumb. "Shortly after reaching Ch- tion. icago it began to pain her. She died of In speaking of a Western r, at tho Grand Pacific yesa Western paper observes: terday morning. "She has, besides, a genius for storyState Otlicers I.esNtcd. telling, which is rarer than is generally PrnixoriKLD, III., May 29. The State supposed " This is where the journal Veterinarian tried recently to kill some makes an error. The genius for storyhorses suffering with the glanders in Taze- telling is common enough. Almost every one has it. It is the genius for well County, but the owner, a German farmer, resisted. The Board of Live Stock getting one's stories printed after they Commissioners visited the place and found are told that brings so many heads in about forty farmers gathered to receive sorrow to the Puck. them, and apparently prepared to offer viresistance to any effort to kill the olent "Is this fish fresh?" asked Mrs. horses. They were pacified with difficulty, Brown of the dealer. "Yes, inarm," and they finally permitted the board to was the reply; "leastwise itoughter be. take the horses, from the stable for inspec- It hasn't been near salt water for a tion. The matter was finally compromised week, by the adoption of an order by the board er had to my knowledge, and Bill Sinkplacing the stock under quarantine for a Mrs. it a day or to afore I got it" Brown dfdn't have lish for dinner .;. few weeks. that day. Boston Transcript. 100,000 - ourreatost fears havo noTCFUli ttiUt" the Knights ol I.abor wouhl destroy trades-unionbut that the capitalists of the country would use every opportunity to pit one lorm of organization against tho other, and In thccontlKt destroy both Witbln tho last year the Nationnl and International trades unions havo grown with giant strldei. The trades unions are economically mamtged. and tho mot rigid accountability Is exacted from their ollicera in all tlnuiieial and business transactions Asotllccrs pledged by the- most sacred obligations to promote the Interests of their respective unions the chief otlicers felt it was tlutr duly to attend the Philadelphia conference, and the reults ot that conference aro such that for tli3 future thero aro no doubts that tho trades unions of America will uot only grow but become more fixed Institutions. The treaty itself, of course, is the most important part ol the work, and is the bono of contention, for if its terms are agreed to by the Knighta of Labor it will work radical changes in the management and organization of local assemblies. It provides that no assembly of the Knights ol Labor can be formed of any trade without the consent nearest of the trades union ol that cralt. When suih assemblies have already been formed they shall bo to disband and join mixed ustem-blieno person shall be admitted to the order of the KuightH of Labor whohasheca convicted of scabbing, ratting or embezzling in tho trades unions without exoneration from said unions; no person rdiall be admitted to membership in tho Ki.'jhts ol Labor who is working for less Until the union ncalc of wages of his craft; whenever a strike or lockout of any trades unionist is in progress no assembly of the Knights ol Labor ahull until settled to the satisfaction of the trades union affected. The treaty closes by stipulating that the Knights of Labor shall issue no trade marks that amy in any way compete or conflict with trade marks issued by the trades unions. The address and the treaty were referred Of lutt - coiiianIes. Tho resolutions offered yesterday providing for an Investigation of the appointment of Indian traders was referred lo the Committee on Indian Affairs. Consideration of the Northern I'acitlc land grant forfeiture bill was resumed. A motion to laj on the table Van Wyck's amendment fora sweeping forfeiture ot the lands granted to that road was defeatist by Si yeas to 2S nays. After a protracted debate the Senate went Into executive session at SAo p. in., and at 1:42 adjourned. House. It was agreed to adjourn over Monday next. June IS was et apart lor of the Senate resolutions relative to the death of the lnte Senator Miller, of California. Prltate business having been disjienscd with, the oleomargarine bill was taken up and dlcuscd until T p. m.. when tho Houc took a recess until p. tn. The night session being for the consideration of pfiision bills, before the recess set end vetoes of private pension bills were read. WtsiUNOTON, May :!.. Sen vte. Not in sesHouse. The Speaker laid hetore the House n communication trom the Sccretaiy of State submitting an estimate of flOi.HO for inaugurating the statue ot Liberty Heightening the .. from, World. Kefcrred Mr. Meriiman iN s and the Committee on amending the statutes relaa bill transmission of obscene the tive to matter through the malls. House calendar. Into commute The House then went Mr. Springer ill!?.) whole, tho of chair, on the oleomargarine the in bill, the pending amendment being that offered by Mr. Townsend illl. reducing tho tat on oleomargarine from ten to two cents per pound. Several amendments were offered and rejected. The bill was discussed at some length, the committee rose aud tho House adjourned until Tuesday. Post-ollice- or sion. I'ori Ign Notes. A ers complnins in disarming. iihtiak from the Porto to the Tow- that the Greeks are dilatory Major-Gencr- -- o de-ciM- tree-climbi- ng blood-poisonin- ir story-write- alms-hous- e. Ident Cleveland Every true American, every patriotio message vetoing citizen, and every friend of General on this subject i a. bill to double pension already Logan will be pained and chagrined at to a sohi MamedHill, striko the wratehed mixture of falsehood, at an evil thjitis: frftnilltntL Tt nr.s.r bigotry and ignorance which that p resu mablyjjrorftho weak good nat gentleman has issued over his own ure or a deare tfescape importunities name in a book entitled "The Great on the parfrpf Km individual members Conspiracy." It is inconceivable how iatroduce the bills, a sano man, one who passed through of CongreslwJ which are repolgtilby the committee the war of the rebellion, saw the docat their soUcitriwii, or, through inat- trine of secession torn out root and witnessed the gradual retention on ifae .Met of the other mem bers. Before. uMnenatu or House it is turn of friendly relations between tho not likely tfiatjlljf are subjected to the sections so long at xvar over ideas and slightest enuujjana gQ through, so desperately engaged in armed striie is - "wSifcjiihtuniL on the for four years, can write as he does, "ZXlhAzTSr7TGaev!lmburlcit sTijngth the origin of.. the tlitliculty ' Ou $1 'hth 2 25 Trash 3 25 12 ir iiln lhe extent to "which this action is taken 2 7.Vft 3 .7. Common lugs.. If General Logan is correct tho war no may bo tho fact that tho .. .1 7vt 4 75 5 srrft Medium lugs... .. 5 Ti"i 5 75 Good lug 6 25a 7 00 President has now awaiting his signafor the Union was a failure, the RepubB 0O& 7 25 .. 5.Va 6 00 Common leaf... lican party has lieen the most stupen. 9 ttVtlO CO ture tw(r hundred and forty bills grant.. 6 Ml 7 25 Medium lent dons fraud of history, and all tho live3 S 50 10 00 ing aiyf increasing peu&ions and reGood leaf . 7 75 t13 i;i .wtis w OOftlO 50 Selections.... ....12 10 IS 25 16 002-- , CO placing on the roll names of men and treasure sacrificed for the perpeU Wrappers thathave been stricken off. All of uation of this Government have been thee cae? had previously been acted worse than wasted. His absurd "conItems. 3s still in existence, as he A has been established nt upyn adversely by the Pension Bureau. spiracy" claims", and yet when traced down it h Mt Cleveland concisely states the Pavo Yard, Metcalf County, and G. W. to this class of legislation found to be at this time nothing more Thompson appointed vhere he says In his message that "the formidable than a "conspiracy" bv a At Fulton, the other night, a furniture jolicy- - of frequently reversing by spe- political party composed, as the last dealer named Meacham shot a druggist cial enactment the decisions of tlie bu- election returns showed, of more named Lyslo dead, in a quarrel growing reau invested by law with the exami- than ono half of the American people out of rent which Meacham owed Lysle. to keep itself in power. Wu arc all nation of pension claims, fully equipped .Mencham is in jail. for Mich examination, and which familiar with that kind of conspiracies, Cash Ta.nkeui.et, a colored jockey, waJ ought not to be suspected of any lack and, under the same definition, Mr. thrown from a horse in a race at Latoiraa of liberality to our veteran soldiers, Logan'himsclf, was an few days ago, and died of bis injuries tbtt is exceedingly questionable. It may long ago when he endeavored to. night. the well be doubted if a committee of Outside of and above all the conflict-in- "i:s have been established 'at Congress has a better opportunity claims of partvism the production Buel, McLean County, at Honesty, Kenton than such agency to judge of the County, and at Ned, Breathitt County, ud merits of this claim." That is it exact of a book like this is supremely shameC. C. Martin. F. A. Cox and J. Combs aply, lrow is a committee of Congress, ful. It is a libel on America by ono pointed postmasters respectively. heavily burdened with business, to give who has enjoyed honors innumerable It is a falsehood, the A pishekmw at Stanford, ties ihort the careful examination to a matter of from her people. fishing lines with baited hooks to the feet this sort that may be expected from a product of insane partyismj which can of his geese and drives them into the water. department of the Administration ful- not but belittle the Itepublic in the When fish bite nt the hooks the geeie ly equipped for the work, and in the eyes of the world. It reveals a frenfrightened nnd swim to the bank He habit of sifting the. evidence and judg- zied bigotry and an ignorance so dense catches largo quantities of fish in this man- ing of its value. If it lack any facilities, on the part of tho author as to make ner. for want of which claims are likely to his elevation to the United States SenMiller, the President further suggests ate a reproach to every citizen of IlliThe at Clabe, Green County, that they had belter be supplied by nois. It is a degrading, brutal and has been nlnilished. statesmanship attack on A has been established at Congress instead ot attempting to sup of his own party, on the memories of the its work by this special Dick, Pike County, and at ( Jrassy Lick, the dead, and on tho best aspirations Montgomery County, and F and j ation. Tho President hints that the of a united people for a peaceful, conPension Bureau lias not, in the past, L W. Pilaris appointed Postmasters, reshown any obstructive tendencies in tented and prosperous future. In every spectively. business, which way and from every point of view tho The Lancaster Guards and Lexington the transaction of this liberality of the silly argument which this envenomed is true. The certainly Gatling Gun section, stationed ut Greenadministration of our pension laws party chieftain has sought to establish, wood mines, had a little racket th other of favorable and belittles tho American people, scandalnight. Komooftho miners, or moie prob- has been the subject unfavorable comment ever since the izes the State which he represents and ably some of the lawle-- s scoundrels in that war, and there does not seem to be the disgraces himself. It will fall into consection, tired seven shots at two of tie picktempt as it deserves to fall, aud the ets. The fire was returned, nnd the gatling slightest need of the interference of author, who has shown more of the Congress upon this score. There has secfon, under Sergeant Major Buckner altogether too much of this weakness of his nature than even his Allen, turned out No further attack was been special, personal legislation for the re- enemies ever suspected him of, will be made, the attackers beating a baity relief of all sorts of' people, including lucky if he does not fall with it. treat , Herald. these under discussion, from the beThe iron work of the great bridgo ginning until now, and the public has Louisville and New Albany was had too little to say about it. To ConTHE CHIEF IDEA. finally completed the other afternoon, gressmen who are handling millions in Is, To Saddle Special regulation oe This when the draw of 370 feet, one of the longest these few thousands of to General Hills Disgraceful "Statesin America, was swung into place at seven appropriations trilling. And so the dollars seem manship." minutes to A o'clock. This draw weighs thing goes on, and the money runs out bO'l.Ooc'-ju...:.- . "Are we a Nation of smart scamps?" 1 ..j.i.... v.. aud trtirotreasurv like water from . is a question. souio writer ha TecentlySTS to the Idnioua shore. sieve; the great body of tho populaW. V. Keitekt. clerk in the sixth audittion, who have no claims to put in, askid, and if the observer were to or's office, has Iieen promoted from f 1,1J00 paying the fiddler, as it were, without judge from the proceedings of our repto f 1,400. He is from Mt. Vernon, and has gelling any dancing to speak of. We resentative bodies, from the United not been in a year. are glad that President Cleveland has State Senate down, there could be n James I). Ki iititpsoN has been appointed had the manliness to put his linger Vov to sucabout the answ-- r postmaster nt Andersouville, Meade Counupon this leak, for while, as he says, doubt honestly possibly, but how any ty. is impossible for him to examine ceed, it As effort will le made to secure the loca- into all these claims, (just as impossi- way, appears to be the main idea in tion in Louisville of the colored normal ble, he might well have said, as for national. State ami municipal politiIt is the idea that ran through school provided for by the Legislature Congress to have given them proper c.-;. C. Stott, who gained some notoattention), yet he has forcibly drawn the whole lifo of the statesman John the attention of Congress and the from Maine, and only failed of a riety in Louisville when he was a Fourth-stremerchant, has been sentenced to im- country to a most pernicious practice national indorsement by 1,017 votes in a total of 1,171,312 cast in the State of Boston Statesman. of legislation. prisonment in New York for abduction. New York. We find the same idea The bustle of Mrs. Mollie Hughes was a dominant in the United States Senatu FOREVER DISQUALIFIED. peculiar one. It was so constructed that various articles kept in dry goods and jewelry Why George FrUhle Hoar Can Never Ite in the manner in which questionable special legislation is tacked on to shops could find an etitrnncs and a refuge Elected President or the United States. general bills. therein. The other day, after a shopping Hon. Georgo Frisbie Hoar is Two flagrant instances of thir expedition, the police investigated Mrs. patteil on the back by too par- species of smartness on the part of the Hughes' bustle, nnd discovered vnrious wares said to belong to the merchii of tial friends who have faith to believe Senate are fresh iu the memories of Louisville, on whom she hnd called Mrs. that a Republican nomination for Pres- our readers. Some weeks ago it tacked an amendment on to the Postal ApproHughes was thereupon placed under arident is waiting for him. The presi- priation bill providing for the payrest. The reaction seems to havo set in against dency of tho American Antiquarian ment of .S00,(X0 to steamers carrying the Law and Order Club, of Louisville, and Society is a much more congenial place the South and Central American, Chibut nese and Australian mails. This servthe session of tho city court grand jury a for this choleric old few days ago was prolific in surprises. A since he has a boom, although a wee ice is already performed satisfactorily, list of thirty saloons where and rudimentary one, let it be recorded and the .SOO,000 is an infamous sop foi for drinks and dice throwing for cigars aud and encouraged. Brother Blaine has political ctlecL The Senate knew that drinks were allowed was band-iin for tho had considerable fun with him at one any bill specially appropriating this purpose of securing indictments. The time and another, but in 1864 Uncle sum would be vetoed by the honest cases were prepared by the Law and Order George, allured, perhaps, by the pros- man who was elected on the theory Club, but when it camo to a vote the grand pect of bein"- made Secretary of State, that the funds of the Government aro jury tied, and the indictments were refused. worked for Sis former perse'eutor with a sacred trust. The chief advocacy of The action of the grand jury was based characteristic petulance of speech and this scheme to circumvent Presidential ti)oii the fict that the Legislature in piety of demeanor. We suppose that integrity naturally came from Maino authorizing pool selling and gambling the paleozoic man ot Worcester has bv the "mouths of Senators Frye and on the jockey club track, and pronever understood how a candidate Hale. The former of this precious pair of hibiting it in town had created an whom he went moral bail for could main-ide- a statesmen succeeded in tackunjust and improper law, which possibly dc beaten. against discriminated card playing But beaten Brother Blaine was, and ing a bill authorizing retaliation for remerely for social amusement. At the sabeaten would Uncle George Hoar be if cent exclusion of American vessels loons in question it was not charged that by some tremendous convulsion of a from certain privileges in Canadian poker rooms were maintained, or that tho .National convention he should ever get ports, on the House bill abolishing cergames were played for money or profit. the chance. The woman suffragists tain consular fees. The bill of the This is a big black eyo for tho might rally around his venerable relics, Maine Senator has no earthly relation order league, the grand jury having re- wid the civil war be fought over under to the subject of consular fees. It is fused n fow days before to indict the his command, but all would be in vain. legislation sought in the interest of a in tho city. The movement of citiAnd yet ho is a man of talent and of lot of tricky Maine fishermen, who inzens to break up tho congregation of prospublic life, antique of sist on taking Canadian fish out of the titutes on Lafayette street also received an experience in and aspect and vehement of speech, has mouths of their obstacle from this grand jury. The jury which then insist that the Nation shall protect of went up to tho street and made inquiries that sublimityImpose upon the xvorld, them in poaching upon tho fishing privfar to' in person. They declined to indict the goes his private character is high. It ileges of their neighbors. It is essenwomen for keeping bawdy and disorderly and tially tlie pestiferous .Maine idea and houses, holding that no practical method is impossible to say that a man from the rest of the country is getting heartMassachusetts may not be nominated had been discovered for abating prostitufor President, improbable as the con- ily sick and ashamed" of it. The West tion. now seems; Hoar especially is weary of it. It is time for The following recently appointed Ken- tingencytho man. But and Mr. one ir- moral ideas to awaken in national and be there is tucky postmasters have been commission- may municipal life to cast out the main idea. objection. ed: Myra Sanders, Zoneton; Henry F. refragable Chicago Xcws. ' Like his cousin, Mr. Kvarts, and like Taylor, Fulton; Philip B. Spence, NewEdmunds, he is virtually disabled port; Frank C. Hicks, Albany Landing, Mr. disqualified Strangling a Subsidy. by his participation in and and Edward Ballance, Hardmoney. detestable conspiracy ana fraud the Judging from the vote on the Sub-siW. II. AM.XUTT, of has been Hayes was dumped into the amendment in the House Commitr appointed in tho Fifth Ken White House, rraud vitiates all it recently one party tucky Internal Revenue District. tee on touches, and Frisbie Hoar, member of losIn the Webster County Circuit Court at tho infamous eight of the commission of lobbyists at least appears to be Dixon, tho trinl of Win. Ashley for the on Congress. Ali tho promote fraud, will not escape pun- ing its hold murder of Charles Beckner, which occu- to if he ever goes before the Democratic members aud all but two pied a week, was concluded by the jury re- ishment American people. He appears ven- of the Republicans agreed to recomturning a verdict against the prisoner and erable, pious and sanctimonious, but and it is evimend sentencing him to the penitentiary for fifno semblance or reality of subsequent dent that even with tho assistance of teen years. The crime for which Ashley conduct can induce forgiveness several absentees who are said to favor tvas convicted occurred at Clayville, in food of his great offence. He is perpetually the bill it has not sufficient support to 1SS4, in a quarrel originating by Ashley attempting to run away with Beckner's fif- disqualified for tho Presidency. N. Y. secure a favorable report to the House. Sun. According to the statement of Mr. teen year old daughter. m Mr. Cleveland told the repre- Blount, of Georgia, the chairman, the A nor named Gordon, the son of a widow in the lower part of Frankfort, was acci- sentatives of the New York State'Press committee will permit the bill to fail dentally drowned near the hemp-mil- l a few Association that he worked from four- rather than give its assent to the pro$800,000 subsidy. The feeling days ago. teen to sixteen hours a day. It was posed T. Harding, of Louisville, a mes- expected after tho warning conveyed manifested in the committee is most Geo. senger in the Treasury Department, has by Mr. Manning's attack that the encouraging. Evidently Congress has it has resign ed. President would pay more heed to the come to the conclusion that A little child of John Renner, of Cov- dangers attending guch. prolonged ap- winked at this piece of special legislaington, was kicked by a horse and so se- plication to duty. But he doesn't seem tion about long enough, and that it w make a decisive fight. H our riously injured that it died soon after. to have fulfilled that expectation. If time to The body of Andrew T. Cox, plow manu- Mr. Cleveland is not in the party sense infant ocean shipping industry requires facturer, who suicided by drowning on the a good Democrat he is at least a genu- such a vast amount of coddling and so generous an allowance of pap to keep 1st of January, was found floating in th Brooklyn Eaqle, ine American it on its legs it is evident that it has no five miles below Maysville. river business to exist. It would be better A Boston man saw a Sqcike J. J. Pollaxd, one of the oldest Simpson County, dropped dead woman drop her glove from a car win- for the country if it were permitted to citizens of while eating his dinner a few days since. dow jctst as the train was leaving the die a natural dctb, instead ol bein g He was one of the firs- - justices of the peace station, no rushed forward, graoiwa trotted out every year in a more des- -. elected in the county under the present the glove, as he supposed, and racing perately moribund coaditioa (accordconstitution, and has held the office twenty-fou- r nloagsKlo of the car," handed the fair ing ro the reprcseHtatioH of the subsidy with its . years. one a bpana skin, which be had picked grabbers) to afflict the public Qrwphte. woea and grievances. & T. OD DT;'-e- . and-branc- The remarks lE? tae MOST WRETCHED BOOK. Jerrs That A I.tbl upon America and a Dligrac ts r;More of Worthy a Citizen Who Has Veen Highly Hureaa Itself. Honored NDITURES. ifSjf!5Vi-rttttQ.,.tkis.pbi:- i infert-orTfro- . MNri-II.tueoti- '. rosT-oFFK'- E on post-muste- r. ot " Vice-Presidenc- y. PosT-orr- n be-fo- post-offic- e caus-cles- s rosT-OFKii'- 1 legis-Momi- ts Chi-cug- n m m n.st-r.,- "'t-clo- ae et nee-essa- ry occa-rional- ly pre-Adami- te, card-playin- g d - -- law-an- d pool-selle- rs fellow-countrym- en dy store-keepe- Post-offic- es m 3 good-looki- ng . y - l' IfelC '-:'- -' .Jr. . k--rs?- -;ii: x .sS-WS WJ s -. r - ' V ' T The Hickman Courier. 4.: r Jfc Hr hit ' .i .'' ?W -i- ' - 800,000,000. The qualifications of an ideal the law of their WISE HOUSEKEEPERS. flre. TAM AGE'S SERMON.. Latimer and Ridley appeared in. themore When men sin against police detectives go Christmas card were the ? ubject of be- Many splendid fortunes lie In th Eugllthn s0 I let her pass Look at that woman and behold a do the country, where Amur-caout unnoticed, awl at the end of the The Happy Medium Itctnren Ovcr-tween 500 and GOO essays by ladies, Court of Chancery, which belong to. horrible martyrdom, a hotter fire, a more to find them? Not amid the dust of faccitizens. The court has held possession month sent up the item 'th th, and Slattern IIoiiekeeping. written for prizes offered by" the art in some cases, for more than one hundred Series On agonizing death. Ask that woman how tories, not among those who have on their rest of the statement of the month's Third Discourse of tho much she gets for her work and she will "overalls ;" but among those who stand OEOKGX WASHES, Publisher. Pet haps wo find as many kinds oi published, L. Prang & Co. The awards and fifty years. Cox & Co., Loudon. EnQuestion." "The Labor purchases. Then it all came out. As tell you six cents for making coarse shirts with their hands In their pockets around housekeepers as there are ladieb who to contributors aged eighteen vears and gland, have with great cans nnd diligrno compiled, a book containing tho names ot aud finds her own thread. KENTUCKY soon as I saw the hulv I knev my the doors of saloons nnd restaurants and have houses to keep. But this art is so over were as follows: S'200'to Miss fifty thousand heirs and their descjadnats HICKMAN. error. Hut it was a close resemblance. The Trials and Trlbnlutlous of the Work- II. McKclvcy, Sandusky, O.; $100 who have been advertised for to cla'iin is one of the I speak more fitly of womni s wronen tavern. Active employment Janet No, I take no stoi-1- ; in kleptomania. If many-side- d that it may not bo unin- to Miss Helen Gray Cone, Morrisania. X. because she has not been heard la the greatest sureties .for a- pure and upright lug Clause Things Which Should The book gives Christian :n. teresting to take an occasional jjlanco Y.; $50 to Miss Grace A. lngalls. New- these fortunes. and instructions bow to proyou notice, its only a Hipiso for rich u men and surnames, present agitation. You know more of " A NATURAL WEAKNESS Encourace the 1'atli'iit Hear- life. There are out. very ie jolk. Who knows but what Pasteur at it through other eyes than our own. ark, N. J. The awards to contributors ceed for the recovery of money and estates. what men have suffered. I said to a colujj of Present Ills. character stalwart enough to endure con Sent free to all parts of the world upon She wanted to know nil Jthe customs and will be inoculating for it after he gets lored man who, in Missouri last March secutive idleness. Comparatively few of the ladies of our under eighteen vears were: 100 to receipt of one dollar. Remittance may bo habits of catamount; cougars, of rac- through with hydrophobia? There's on Miss Mabel E. Vulc, De Pevster, N. made by registeredltbr"or money order. came into my room in the morning to build Sin is an old pirate that bears down coons nnd rabbits, and all of the;r traits morn Rev. T. De"Vitt Talma ge delivered the my fire: "Sam, how much wages do you vessels whose sails are flapping idly in tha land have wealth sufficient to secure Y.; 550 to Miss Olive Boggess, Catlin, Address COX & CO., 41 Southampton money in it for him-- They say 'nd conditions series on "The Labor Consequently, 111.; 525 to Miss Emma Hayes, Colum Buildings, London, England. Cox & Co. the nobility have attacks of it once in third discourse of bis of sin hns hard work to competent assistants. She (bought that no Knowledge was trite or a while. Yes, every Brooklyn Tabernacle, peoplo get around here?" He I replied: wind. "The arrow refer bv permission to tho Kellogg News- A. i. Tunc. stoofc suffers with Question" in the r.tiir tho leather of an old working upon the ladv of the house devolves tho bia, Mo. "Ten dollars a month, sir!" lrom a wee, tiny hummlnir asked: paper Company, New ork- itext: O. it might stop stealing if we taking for his bird up to an elephant, and she swam us. "Have you a family?" "Yes," said he, apron. Be encouraged by the fact that gi eater part of this work. I have visaround In her own proper element didn't display goods so much, but it So the caroenter encouraged the goldA LIBERAL OFFER. "wife and children." Think of it ; s,lo a your shops, your rising walls, your anvils ited many different homes, no two of "peaV HiohWobds: while learning their habits and would stop trade too. Why, the other smith, and he that smootlietli with the hamto support a family on. My frienis, aro fortresses in which you may hide, and which could ever be called alike. Still, mit," etc Chicago Ledger. smote the anvil. l3inh. xtf,7. year FItp Thomand Dollars to any Charltabl day I actually saw rown woman mer him that there is something in this world awfully from which you may tight against the And it was a known truth that no possum hook a bunch of haira oSmners off the Institution, If it can Not b Done as It Pike'sToothache Dnors curein 1 minute.JSo He said: You have seen n lactones a atwist. When I think of these things I temptations of your life. Morning, noon pernaps. they all belong to the same fushton or beaver could In the least Instated. Glenn's Sulphur Soap icals and beautifies. 25c thank general family. cverdeco vo her, for she'd traveled all notion counter that were plainly piece of mechanism passing from hand to am not bothered as some of my brethren and night, Sundays and noclitftrr, y. Y.. Union antl Adcertlvr. Geiiman Cokx Keixovek kU Is Corns Bunions. lands from the Nile to the Neva, and marked two bunches for three cents. hand and from room to room, and one mehousekeepThere is the 'over-neat- " with the abstract questions as to for plenty to do. knew all their flsli and their vermin. of and another will God lot sin come into the world. The why God Friends Arthur are very The gall of it paralyzed me and the chanic will smite it, Another encouragement is the fnct that er, who stands, as it were, with apron only The key of a butcher's voice is naturally She knew all the habits nnd traits of the clerks around, and we nearly laughed flatten it. and another will chisel It, wonder with me is that God don't smash their families aro going to have tho very on and whisk-brooin hand, her keen much disquieted. Socman Indixxndtiit. condor. Khe was fond of the boa and aloud. We let her go Of course ha Is not going to diel He ii another will polish it until the work this world up and start another in place best opportunity for development and useee over on tho alert to catch the in the bands of avery particularphysician. her way, though. and the lonjr anaoondiu or the cobra and describes of coppef head she was touch fonder, and Silk remnants and bolts of ribbon or be done. And so the prophet it. fulness. That may sound strange to you, faintest suspicion of dust, after which His doctor does not call it Bright's Disall snakes that kept coiling and squirmlace are the most tempting Ha me' the idols of olden times ns beintc made, ... he will start as if it were the frlit of One great trial that the working classes but the children of fortune are very apt to No, it is stomach disorder that he is ing. but I wonder what the sTioppers take part of them by one hand, part of them by feel in physical exhaustion. There aro turn out poorly. In nine cases out of ten her tormentor. I remember one of ease suffering from now. and every few hours from the Poles to the us for? They can't reason at all, mot another hand. Carpentry comes in, She iconred the earth athletes who go out to their work at six or the lad fin Is out if a fortune is coming, by this elas whose horror at the presence he tnkei a cold, and from time to time many U (Unirenms m well as dittreoaine eomplaiat. If i:lurttor. for the ape and the monkey comes in, smithery comes in, and seven o'clock nutrition. nd it tend, negltd.the tons ofby unpilnnc to prepare tha wy of any stray flics in her closely screened other symptoms are developed. Theso in the morning aim come twelve years of ngo he finds out there l nnd the toujrh all irator. and the croco- of them, but steal on the impulse, tho jstem. emthe public should know are realhe makes no dining-roohusespecially such as were arrested the three or four styles of mechanism are h11 things of that natur. dile, shark and led her to drive her tor Rapid Decline. back at night a fresh as when they startno necessity of toil; and secondary to she sought with peculiar devotion. Fr 2 other dav. It's our business to wateh ployed. "So the carpenter encouraged ed. They turn their back upon the shut- struggle, and a life without struggle goes band and family into a small, incon- lyHis physicians Bright's Disease say that everything that and he that smootheth tle or the forge or the rising wall, and into dissipation or into stupidity. There venient room for their meals, where medical skill can do for him is being done. BROW5. And whenever this kind of live stock crew the goods around, and we cet so by the goldsmith monotonous, she oii(rlit therh noceros experience that we can take in a good with the hammer him that smote the anThat is not so! they come away elastic nnd whistling. nre thousands and tens of thousands of tiie waittess found it impossible to and tough hippopotAtnus.and she waded deal with one scope This caso is a prominent ono because the M eyes. We vil." When they met they talked over That is the exception. I have noticed that men In our great cities who are toiling on, serve them comfortably, all for fear of our right iarsnnd Riirclt she fotinht 'erii and General is an $ their work and they helped each other on when the factory bell taps for six o'clock, denying themselves nil luxuries, year after that her spacious dining-roomight are thousands of farmers quietly yet there vorotlran they had any previous no- know all our patterns, besides having dying, in kind tion. or by constant their farm houses, of secondary symptoms them marked otherwise. Then we get with it. It was a very bad which of busi- the man wearily puts his vear toiling and grasping. What for? To be soiled by were an ness; it was making idols of Bright's Disease, called by every other and starts for get enough to spoil their children. use. I have, smvn another such housearm 'nto his Dut in spite of her knowledifs and physical to know the character of our visitor conceivable name; thousands of workmen, braeryit wa wh'spered hy men who pretty well by the way they carry insult to the Lord of Heaven. 1 have homt-- . He sits down in the family circle The father was fifty years getting the keeper whose family were compelled were jrlven t knavirr. that she was themselves. talk thought if men in bad work can encourage resolved to mnke himself agreeable, to le property together. How long will it take to change their shoes on the porch in likewise dying, leavingin helpless families; By just a moment's all wnlks of life hundreds of thousands st.II bound by a feinin no shivery that we know if a woman really wants to each other, ought not men engaged In the means of culture and education to his the boys to get rid of that property, not the sunny and the cloudy weather alike, who have sickened, and are likewise dying, holds all her sex in Its power. partisanship nnd in honest mech.All amun.' honest or children; but in five minutes he is sound having beon brought up in prudent habits? all tho vear round, lest a particle of helpless victims of powerless physicians. good cheer? For whenever a mouse, came anywhere near I buv to dav. plav we'll Eight years ago a very He is fagged out strength of Less than five years to undo all the work dirt shnuftl bo brought in to soil her pnntlnmai wa about to enter well known asleep. it on ns unless the anism to speak words of her, she scrcmned so lou-- that her They can't upon largo neighbors could hear her, and ber poor store is prottyfullanil then t is our handsome, carpets. Such housekeepers commercial transactions. His medical adbody, mind and soul utterly exhausted. of llfty. l ou ?ee the sons ol wealtnv going out into the world, inane, nerveluiie wan ne lovea hr nearer wnon looses occur, and our profits too, I I will speak this morninc of the cenernl He rises in the morning only half rested aro alwas in a steaming worry, and viser quietlv dropped into his office ono she'd screech ou a cha.r for an hour. might say. Yes, we do search, but hardships of the working clasces. You from the tod. Indeed he will navr have less, dyspeptic, or they are incorrigible for fear that something may go wrong, dav and tnl'd his confidential clerk that he Lynn Viiinn. months, and that he be dead more frequently it is not necessary, but may not belong to this class, but you are any pe feet rest in this world, until be and reckless; while the son of the porte contrary to order, or that something would to settle in three business affairs at up his - -T- HE ought i i 11 women to gets into one narrow spot which is the that kept the gate lenrns his trade, gets .i untidy "may be detected. as you saw. If a woman comes pre- bound as Christian men and WOMEN once! STEAL. constitution, achieves high yet he In other cases we find the direct opThat man is aliTe nnd well pared lo teal, and has the customary i know their sorrows and sympathize with only perfect rest for the human body in this robust physical B EST TQHIC was given up as incurable with the same world. I think thev call it n grate! Has moral culture, and stands in tho front rank posite of tliis class the slattern, which QaicUr&nd eompletelj fttre Djcpepfla tn u bag or pocket sewed in ner clothe, we them, ami as political economist General Arthur! men that is its fonn. Ilmrtburn, Jlelchlns. Taut Ids h s A Floor-WalkTells of His can know whether she is good M to come to their rescu. There is toil l'roted the color of your cheefc? Has of Church and State. Who are tho Con- to some may be a less desirable type diseasereporter killinn gentleman yesterFood. etc. It enriches nd parifies the blood,;tuna-Utemet this Our and In such houses day and in conversation about the Generraultion ot food. the appetite, and aidn the beating around her cloth- great danger that the prosperous it taken all spontaneity from yoar laugh- mightiest in our legislatures,walk up the than the over-neasearch by With Them. Mr Wsc. M. Fxahteb. 1114 Underbill things that ter? Has it subtracted the string from gress, and cabinets? Did thev the servants are very often "Leeving, al's case, he said : ing, when we feel uncommon ol classes, because of the bad Ky.. mji' "I win troubled with DytpepeU tor 4 " I will give 15.000 to anv charitable eeienl years. Was not relieTed until 1 need Brown' jects for the pocket. From time tc have been nid by the falso friends of la- your step and the luster trom your eye, steep of life in silver slippers? O! no. The ma'am." the mistress ouietlv leaving of 'New stitution in "Wasn't it rather strange, the arret time we have accumulated up tair bor, shall conclude that all this labor until it hns left you only half the man you mother put him down under the tree in tho tho work of tho absent to those who "designated tho Stateeditor ofYork, to be Iron Bitters. It cured me."Jartlee of the Peacn Ma. Ctbcb VT BBAnr. the New by the Arrola. Ind . eats: " I was so sorely afflicted with of those respectable ladies the other stacks of stuff taken out of Mich place-- . trouble is a "hullabaloo" about nothing. wero when you first put your hand on the shade, while she spread tho hay. Mam of are left, usually to their intense dis" York World, the exlitor of the Buffalo lnd)entinn that I could eat nothinjr without distress. Tothese migh'y men nte out of an iron spoon gust, she herself taking no responsibil" .Vwi and W. E Kisselburgh of the Troy Brown's Iron Bitters has completely cured me." day, for stealing in aStatestrectstore?" but not stolen from u. Randy do Do not go off on that tangent. You would hammer and your foot on the wheel? and and drank out of the roughest earthenity if it can possiby be turned otl on " Tim? t, if Warner's safe cure (taken ac-- " Genuine has abore Trade 5tark and crossed red line they try to brazen it out. but cry, and not, neither would I, submit without pro- morrow, in your place of toil, listen, was asked of an old in the cording to my directions) which cured on wrapper. Take no otliri. iladeonlyby their whole life a force 1 march. the talk of their homes, anil they never test to the oppressions to which many of you will hear a voice above the his of and ware never had any luxuries until, after another. In such houses meals are me eignt vears ago, can not cure General ItKOWN CHEMICAL .,n,IIALTI3!ORlVMn. retail dry goods trade. They of the foundry subjected. fiirnnoe and the irroiiii never on time, unless some cook has "Chester A. Arthur of Bright's disease did it before, and never will again, and oar laborers are "Yes, it was strange that thcywere so on. As I said, we don't care to g.i You do a great wrong to the laboring the clatter of the shuttle a votco not of awhile, God gave theni ntlluence and use- been secured who will attend to her " from which he is suffer ng." FARQUHAR VIBRATING SEPARATOR but the fulness and renown as a reward for their own duties, without the care of her "Now I want you to understand," he tlfO rr.a CATAlOCUr. arrested and put through," was tne re- into court, and let most go if we get classes if you hold them responsible for machinery nor of the Wondcrftil said, "that we do not profess to make now God, as he persistence. Remember, then, that though mistress. Capacity. ply. "It is nothing uncommon; though, our goods back. Articles regularly the work of the scoundrelly Anarchists. voice of an " kidneys, but we do know from personal vou may have poor surroundings and bmall says: But there isa happy medium between know, are wrapped and You can not hnte their deeds more thor"Mn.nt.PA and from the experience of for women presumably respectable to purchased, vou Come unto me all vou who labor ami are means for the education of your children, these two extremes and many there " many thousands of similar cases, that them. W have oughly than do all the industrial classes. be caught stowing away on their per- have cash checks with acknowledged At the head of the chief organ of tho heavy laden, and w, II give you re?t. they are actually starting under better ad- be who find, it so. The true and wise " we con stop the consumption of the goods found such with vantages than though you had a fortune to woman lays her plans for the daily Lot all men nnd women of toil resons goods they have not paid for," lib to be stolen, but never keen them, of Knights of Labor, in bij lettors, I find the Jlanv a man has gone through Hardship and privation aro duties of home with as much care as " life with one kidney without inconven-"ience- . member that this work will so in be over. give them. went on to say. "How they get off de- course. How do we. keep track of following vigorous disclaimer: lived Thousands of people Hae they not heard that there l a great not a damage to them, but rji advantage. that with which the business man "n majority of their lifo withhave lung. AaJrttt. 1. D. HKlllllrt, Jn. ra. one 2mBfes9 pends on the store where they arc every thing in such a varied MMfkr Let It be under-- t od by all the world that holiday coming? O! that home, and no A clipper likes a The sledge still breeze. e Afojiu r.itgitirn. l.ab-" Thev did not have ii now lung made have no alllllntlon, as. the details of his counting-roopicked up. You know all don't have By ".ystcm, and nothing ele. Then the Knights of f" ?Tl AUTOMATIC AND sociation, sympatuy or rospect fur the baud long walk to get to it. O! that bread and hammer does not hurt the iron that it guards office. In Iter marketing and " do iiot make new kidneys, but if tho kid-- " and the same classes of customers, nor do evcrv thing gets familiar to the ales- of cowardly murUfT , cut throat sneak no sweating toil necessary to earn it-- O! knocks into shape. Trouble is a hone for or of his family supplies she is familney is not consumed too much we can hil. Plls V.its, Fullenary, rertalle robbers known as narchlst. who arranging Their eyes are sharp people. " stop disease and prolong life if taken in Traction. an Cnfp ii ' through the.se deep wells of eternal rapture and no sharpening very keen razors. Akenside all have tho same ideas about the effect like intdntxht asas the cou.itrv bcix for tmw. 'and bulk of pack- - shis. stirring up the" with her work and is able to stop " time-p.itterns of goods of ignorant heavy buckets to draw up. I wish they rose to his eminent sphere from his father's iar flmp ftrosg aikHura-btpublicity of such affairs would have on ages. It s only when things are known f'freicners. unfurling the red This offer comes from II H. V arner, proitM-mAof anarchy the many little leaks which would be ernl'r lwter , would put tlieir head on this pillow stuffed butcher shop. Robert Burns started as n of Vomer's their trade. 1 tell you it is pretty hard t to bo sold th'at 'they never will be and taiislner riot and bloodshed tr&Jf&2fiB$) overlooked by the careless or by the prietorWarner nlso safe rure. of this city. said: "My deur sir, AATOCullara! lopleafou Spies, Kleidiuz. Most anl all their follower, down from tho wing of all God's shepherd. 3Ir. used to sweep Exeter Prideau sometimes to refrain from prosecution, missed.' We did have a girl here who sympathizers', alder and abet torsi s o ild be with the indifferent. "Every detail of her work scd nichinry gnwrany. aro Governors, Senators, Presi s considering the number of we boasted she could tell if a hole was summarily dealt with They are entitled to promises. There remains a rest for tho College. GiiTord was a shoemaker, and is ably planned aiid systematized. She "there candidates, members ol congress, feod for Mat J autocue dential people of God. A. Ji- - Furtitthar, wild beasts the son of every man of toil may rise to no more consideration than have, and no one will hesitate in j gone out of a pattern of lace, but servants, and. in most cases. "prominent men and women all over the vortcra. lenders I wonder how manv tired peoplo there heights of intellectual and moral power, il trains her flagrant cases, even if it is only for lieii, or got married, wnicn is me amc The fools. are eotvards and their followers are trey are more thnn satisfied with the "country whom I personally know have such as General A thousand? are in the house "been cured of he will only trust God and keep busy. making an example of the parties." of a mistress whom they "Arthur Millers from, by our Warner's so far as regards business, for they i You your em do your Again, I offer ns encouragement that "Hiding power "Do you really have many caes of quit then. But 1 m off of shoplifter-- . ployes, may many doduty toward bigget More thnn that. Two thousand peoplo instinctively know is fully competent "safe cure, but owing to the circles in not, and the gain-bi- g who nre tired, tired out with their life, you have so many opportunities of " inquired the reporter. lou can say nine out of ten are pre-- 1 ijU!,jness but j America "which they move they do not care to M. Hr. Candce". in Philadelis Grip, tired in hand and foot nnd back and heart. firm information. Plato gave $1,310 for two to direct. "give public testimonial to the fnct." "JSbt so many seem to get into print." sumably respectable, and most ot tiiem & Co Mr. Warner is interested in General Arof Anjou gave .MO phia Press. liooks. "That is nothing to go by at all. never stoic Deiorc tney were raugm. G0Uge, Grindinstance, at the woes of the Ah ! there nre more than two thousand sheep The Countess Jerome ruiued himLook, for thur's case because he is personally supposing nil the rest people here OR SKIN CANCER for one volume. Some stores have half a dozen a day. and never will afterward. Once is womanly toilers, who have not made any HANDLING BEES. with him and he savs that it is n to be in luxury and in ease. Yonder is a self financially by buying one copy of It is monotonous, not to say worse, to enough. Shouldn't you think so?" any man should be allowed to shame that For seven years I 'nffcred with a cancer on my face strike and who are dying by the thousands woman who has her head down on her Origeu. Oh, the contrast. Now there are the operaiion go into court with them, and see the Chicago Inter Ocean. ' (Jtr rcrson with Oulet Nervr Can Do It die under cathartics, whichorhave no cura-tiv- i Elslit months aso a Irlcnd rccocimenacd the use of and dying by inches. hand. What doet. that mean? Ask her. tens of thousands of pens gathering up powerful Swlffg Specific, and I determined to make an effort with Impunity. firm's name in print daily in such a I read a few lines from the last labor retonroonrelt in this I was effects, rnther than that a modem, It has been a tiresome week to her. are calling for information. connrction. Who wants that? Not That some people can handle been conceded specific for kidney disease whose ne. The influence c of the medicine at firs was to specimens of what feMEXICAN COFFEE. port, just out, as at t : hut soon tiro Inflamma"O!" she says, "when will I ever get "copy " All our cities quake with the should Mi'new list a,cri and I he soretolinpruxeaite tlieflri'; any one, I know. The loss by stealage denied, worth is acknowledged world-widbosan tion wiua'.lajed, employes endure: any rest?" rolling cylinders of the Harpers nnd the Dotter than others can not be few bottles. My Kcneral health has jrrcatly InproTee'. save him. is enough. Lord knows, but eyes have Methods or Cultivation Adopted by the male I am stronger, and am able to do any kind of wor. Do you say: Poisoned hands and can not work. Had to Appletons, and tho Lippiucots and tho out such are exceptions and not the '"If vou doubt the eflicncy of Warner's Hidalgo Planter. to be closed to it. What temptation on my face began to Uecrcae and tho gue the man for fifty cents. s now In our Petersons and the Ticknors, nnd you now rule. The rule is that one can handle safe cure," say the proprietors, "ask your The "Wo have ulcertohcil.untllthere Is not a Testlgeof Itler. there can be to most of the offenders Don Ildefonso Sanchez ha" many friends and neighbors about it-- This is only allttlescarmarkstheplace. Another: great cities and the trouble is gone." buy more than Benjamin Prnnklln ever the "pesky critters' as well as another Me. Joicik A. McDoxald. pas-e- s my imagination. We have good broad acres and millions of coffee tree. asking but little. They enn tell you all g Is'o, it is not. I see a great rainy women knew for fifty cents! A About four months of the year can, by Atlanta. Ga.. August!!. I'SJ. vou reason to know it is seldom for want of if hx will keep his nerves quiet and " want to know." earn a Uttle more than three dolwork, Treat Ise on Blood and SSIn Diseases mailed free. is hard per week. man comes along toward his home, and he weai ing themselves out amid the hard"We have kept a standing offer before Co., Drawer S, Atlanta. Ot. lars The swift money to make the purchase. Perhaps t but Jie tells us that eight acres A Christian looks into tho of the book learn the knack of it. Bees can not be the public for fouryears," saidMr.Warnor, X. " , Jsr W. 2H btrcet. ships of the enough for a coffee grove, all that one i Another: they 'think they have not got their with "that we will give o,000 to any person who volume. diiven with :i whip or frightened good house of money's worth in a previous trade, and person can properly attend to, and that i She now makes wrappers at one dollar per man went into aNew York,nand hedeal of store and sees nn elegantly bound can successfullv disputo the genuineness, saw a He says: destitution in loud words and furious gestures as any so far as ne know, of the testimonials we FREE FARMS in dozen; can make eight wrapper per day. will run all the risks to get even by it will yield a good income. Plenty of poor woman there with a sick child, and "I wish I had that book; there must bo one can easily lind out by trying, but publish, nnd none have done it." Another: etealing. Now look tlfcre, for in- the best land may be bought in this Th.ct iderful Anrimltnrnl Park In America. Were Gentr-- 1 Arthur n poor man, unhe wbs telling the woman how good a great deal of information in it." "urrouD'leil by prosperous mlnlnc and manufacturing here is a way of driving them to have tho stance, pointing to the glove counter. section for ten "dollars per acre a We girls In our cstnbllhmet able to le left "in tho hands of his physihow she towns. FAKMtirS iR.MS. j Masnlnctntcrup A few months pass along, and though For uashlw: your Christian she ought to be and A portly lady, tastily clad in plush strong, clayey loam, with a heavy top fol'owYng tines imposed when they can be handled and cian," he would use that great remedy, as raised In lSvS. THOUSANDS OF ACRES Of cents; catlnc a piece of ouzht to put her trust in God. that book w hich he looked at cost five handu, tnentv-llv, many thousands of others have done, and COVERNMENT LANC,utJecltepre.cmpilQnSs cloak, silk dress, and fashionable hat, deposit of vegetable mold very bread at your loom one dollar; also lor "Oh !" she said. "I have no God. I work dollars, it comes now in pamphlet shape the hive manipulated with perfect ease get well. How absurd then for people, to homcMcad. Lands forsale to actual sctllcrsatKUOper on a tool. taking a drink of water, and Acre. seemed leisurely engaged in maKing a easily cleared and retaining its fertility costs him fifty cents. The high wall and safety. say that even- - thing that can be done is Cheap LnngTIinc I'ariclrricatedbvlnimensecanals. from Monday morning until Saturday railnisd rates. Every attcntlonshownsettlcrA. many selection from several boxes before her. a long time. Plants from sir months tion. trilling thlnu too numerous to men- night, and I get no rest, and I never hear and when the Formap. Pinpli!ets. ete.ndiIreCot.onAlLNnJB Wing done fo'r the around about the well of knowledge is beBees when swarming arc Isox.Sf . world that I miin Owrall.iKvrii"" She had stood there some time, and to a year old are set out in rows eight one successful remedy in the Some of the worst villains of our cities anything that does my soul any good; ing broken down, nnd people come, some and gentle, because just before has cured, or that can cure a caso like his, called for one style after another. The or ten feet wide and about six feet ERTEL'S VICTOR HAY PRESS u of these women. They and when Sunday comes I haven't any with porcelain pitchers and some with reporter ud his associate carelessly apart in the row. If one is in haste to ore the employersto the lost penny and try bonnet that I can wear to church, and I pewter mugs, to dip up tho living water starting on their journey, which may has not bceu used by them. beat them down drew closer, avoiding the appearance obtain other returns while his principal to cheat them out of that. The woman have sometime got down to pray, and for their thirsty lips. There are peoplo last davs, they lill themselves with The worm must be contagious or the of attention, and overheard tiie various crop is growing, he may plant corn or must deposit a dollar or two before she then I got up snying to my husband: 'My who toil from seven o'clock in tho morning honev, and are consequently in an carlv bird would not catch it. Merchant ; running comments on colors, seams, tobacco between the bushes-- but it will gets the garments to work on. When tho dear, there is no use of my praying; I am until six o'clock at night, who know mora amiable mood like the average man Traveler. and the other features of the stock ex- be found far better "in the long run" work is done it is sharply inspected, the so distracted I can't pray; it don't do any about anatomy thnn the old physiologists, after a hearty meal. If, therefore, at "The .Short Mue Limited." posed. The boxes all seemed drawn to merely kcip the weeds down be- most insignificant Haw is picked out, and good.' Oh sir, it is very hard to work on nnd who know more about astronomy anv other time bees can be made to To meet tho. growing demand for pretty close to the front of the counter. tween the coffee and bananas, and to the wages refused, and sometimes the as we people do from year to year, nnd to thnn the old philosophers. If you should gorge themselves with honey they will facilities for handling tho busine Is "hipped anywhere to operateon trUI ttcaliwtallolh. to The salesgirl looked rather annoyed, enrich rather than exhaust the soil. and harmless, and between Chicago and St-- Paul and Minne- rr l'rei.o". ;cat. moncj.Veep the one dotnK niot Djtd given buck. The see nothing bright ahead, nnd to see the take the learned men of two hundred bewine Oto. Lutxl & Co..juncr.'Udollar deposited not work for tho apolis, the Chicago & Northwestern but expressed herself, and with a yawn, Twenty-liv- e pounds of coffee per an- Women's Protective Union reports a case poor little child getting thinner and thin- years ago anil put them on one bench, nnd instead of the terrors they were to tho added a new fast train to thbto and a light remark to a clerk over the num to a single tree is considered a where one of tho poor soul-- , finding a ner, nnd mv man almost broken dowu, tako twenty children from the common uninitiated a few minutes before, they heretofore run. It is called "Tho Short aisle, turned her back to the customer, good yield. The gathered berries arc place where she could get more wages, re- and to be getting no nearer to God, but to schools in Brooklyn, mid put them down can be driven to any part of the hive, Lino Limited" because of the fact that tLo picked up a mirror and proceeded to dried in the sun, on straw mats or solved to change employer, nnd went to be getting farther away from him. Ob,if on the other bench, the children could ex- or out of it, or shaken from the combs Northwestern is tho Short Lino between tho nbove cities. The new train is magnifitouch up her frizzes. Almost directly floors of stone or plaster. Tliev are get her pay for work done. The employer I were only ready to die." amine the philosophers and the philoso and poured from one bo to another cent in allot its appointments every thing one of tnc boxes of gloves went over then separated and hulled by be;ng sa ys : . lit-.May God comfort all who toil with the pher, could not examine the children. u manv beans. The means of ac IxMiig entirely new and retitted for .this the counter and under the plush cloak. put through two mills, and the ancient and have "Ah," says Lsanc Newton, coming up complishing this result is smoke. Blow pervice. It makes the run each way in a needle and the "1 hear you are going to leave me?" ltet In they world. et the cenulnr. ! starting early in There was no sign of discover', appar- process of pounding them in a mortar iind our JZ jiarkasr hns NOIOlTTOle-mnr"Yes," she said, "an J I have come to get compassion on those borne down under the and talkinz to some intelligent lad of a pull of smoke in at the entrance of littlo over twelve hours, at its dettinaiion EBUUItKC. tho evening and arriving ently, and, after a moment's further is still in vogue. The YeraCruz coffee what you owe me." Fnizera. seven years: "What is that?" fatigues of life hive and vou will see the bees rush tho next morning in iimo ior iu caj the handPng, the woman started to go, trade is largely in the hands of New "O, that is a He made no answer. She said: "Are Another great trial is privation of taste for the honev cells, and, diving in head breakfast. The importance of this innova- No Rope to Cut 0!f Horses' Manes. U with the intimation that she would call Orleans speculators, who pay on the vou not going to pay msJ" who "What is that?" and sentiment. There nre foremost, soon their distended bodies tion will doubtless bo readily recognized ' Celebra-cF.l'I.lI'KE" HAI.T-- d V U mid ItlCIIII.i: again. spot from eight to twelve dollars per "That is a telegraph." he said, "I will pay you," and he have their beautiful homes, who have their "Yes," show them to be full of honey. Tho nud appreciated by thoo whpbOintereMs can not be slipped by anyCombined. S Sl from horse. Sajn refpiire rapid transit to and But that mirror had not been hold one hundred pounds. Says the emi"What is that?" kicked her down stairs. fine wardrobes, who have all the best pie Haltcrtoany part or me. i.s. hive can then be opened and any neces- Northwest. by all jsrSrit im up tree, oa receipt of SI. Sold for frizzes alone. Over her nent author, Fred Ober: "I have conI never swore a word in nil my life, but fruits and meats of the earth brought to "It is a telephone." sary work done with no fear of stings. t TJsVij Saddlery. Hardware and Harness r shoulder the salesgirl had seen the cus- sidered well all the various enterprises, 1 confess that when I read that I felt a thuir tables. They have their elegant - Dealers. Special discount tn tun "Dear me! think I shall go back to ray provided the operator keeps cool and by daylight" The houseTllKOCGH d for 1'rice i.ist Trade. reflected, and she industrial and agricultural, possible in stirring within me that wus not all devotomer's actions bed in the dust, for 1 am bewildered and works carefully. libraries. But they are the exception. breaker. Life. J.C. LiouTiioi;sE.IIochcsicr,X.Y turned at once to say, "We general- Mexico, and have come to the conclu- tional. A great many of the working people my head turns." Should the bees at any time show a r 5 iMJEs-vsly have all purchases wrapped up, sion that if one jnuxt come out here O ! rejoice that you have nil theso oppor"Over and Over Again." By what principle ot justice is it that of our country are living in cramped disposition to leave the tops of the Bepetition is sometimes the only way to ma'am," with a significant look. BOOK! abodes, struggling amid gre.it hardships, tunities of information spread out before combs and flv, give them another puff and labor if he feels a decided 'call' women in many of our cities get only impress n truth upon the mind. "What do you mean, you hussy?" to till the soil old Mother Earth will do you, and that, seated in your chair at of smoke, and they will at once bewhere they a much as men, and in many cases lhing in that Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant " QUIT YOUR WEAKNESS." ESSS said the stout lady, Hushing up. be about as generous to him in only half? Here is ths gigantic injustice not want to live, but where they have to home, by the evening light, you can look come quiet. In like manner they can Purgative Pellets," (tho original Little Livnnd s'parfc-- I The remark was repeated and "Mr. else. Whatover all nations nnd see the descending be driven as far as necessary. Bellows er Pills) continuo to bo wonderfully effect bookl contalnlnn tho Sermons. Saylnm Kranaellst. I do not know of any thin.; more as in any thing UI i j line Humor of tho Great that for work equilly well, if no: better live. sick nnd nervous headache, AREfitS llSntEU everywhere. This l the. greatest sell- to the Jones" ever one embarks in, he must wait some done, woman receives far less compensa-- j painful than to have a fine taste for paint- morn of a universal day. smokers, consisting of a tin receptacle ive in cashes of 0 In? boot of modern times. Andrew of blood to Mr. Jones was not far off. In fact years to see his money come back. If tion than man. Start with the National ing and sculpture, and music and glorious One more encouragement : Your toils in for the fuel, attached to and having a constipation, indigestion, rush all ailments WOLTEKLVB FVHI.IH1I1XO CO., i . tho head, cold extremities and llenioilhU-ivTDetroit, Mlchlsnn. he was so near that he caught the box lie chooses the' raising of cattle, he j Government. Women clerks in Washing-Io- n sunsets, aud the expanse of the blue sky, this world nre only intended to bo a disciconnection with a bellows, are sold by arising from obstructiou of tbebodily funcand gloves half down the lady's dress must wait for them to grow for at least gentle, iJKK) for doing that for which men and yet not be able to get the dollar for pline by which you shall be prepared for all dealers in apiarian supplies at prices tions. Their action is thorough cet CARPENTERS as ahe looscnert her pressure on them, five years, and meanwhile run the risk receive $1,9X1. Tho wheel of oppression is the oratorio, or to get a picture, or to buy heaven. "Behold I bring you glad tidingi varying from fifty cents to two dollars, and tho ingredients being entirely vegetaand sought to let them fall on the of tlieir dying or being stolen; and be- rolling over the necks of thousands of one's way into the country to look at the of great joy," and tell you that Christ, and are indispensable in an apiary. ble, they can be taken with impunity into Varmcrs, ItntrtuT and others ClUf Ell CV tho most delicate stomach. All druggists. use our LATE floor. There ws no getting out for sides, these can only increase in a cer- women who are at this moment in despair setting sun and at tho bright heavens. the carpenter, of Nazareth, is the Kae-- and punk arc both used for and to file Hand. Kip. Butcher. Muclr, Kmninc amiaii love once "Her blushes were pro- tain slow proportion. With corn, wheat about what they are to do. Many of the While there are men in great ntlluence, the shoplifter. ilnds of saws, so they cut better man exer. Two Christ, You get his Admake good fuel. Cor. Conqregation-alis- l. OktiioorsFht for Americans Dyspepsia mors free lor M. jnuiraiei circumi.--.. I'cna. fuse, and great drops of perspiration or barley, you must have hundreds of largest mercantile establishments of our who have around them nil kinds of luxin your heart, O, workingmnn, and vou aress i. twin- a niw. Xew oironi), with thrco letters: stood on her forehead. She seemed acres, must prepare the land carefully, cities are accessory to these abominations, uries in art. themselves entirely unable to can sing on the wall in the midst of tho Can not be washed off. The color rroduo glad enough to get off with the pay- and hoe and weed it several times every and from their large establishments there appreciate these luxuries buying their storm, and in tho shop nmidst the shoving Dye for the The iniiu'ciinioii" young man who by ment of an extra price for the stock, season; then, after the crop is cut anil ' are scores of souls being pitched off into books by the square foot, their pictures of the plane, and down in the mine amid (Whirls that he will never miirrv un- - edAs Buckingham's for malarial Whiskers. disorders, alacans; by III a I have a posttlTa rimtilr for IM bo an antidote crowbar, and on Icj-which was arranged with as much ex- ttaL-nr- l lone of rates or IM worst thnn i rnnr land atrain. bar- - i death, and their employers know it. Is sent to them by some artist who is glad the plunge of the Ayer's Ague Cure has no equal. It never tbotods cored. Indet. tostrocrkind ao4 ot la Us itaadlss lie marries wealth, thereby conIt my fsilh clRrsrr. teen It be pedition and quietness as possible, and ren and exnosed as before, antl you there a God? Will there be a judgment? to get the miserable daubs outof the studio shipboard while climbing ratlines. together Wits tn.tlTin t.ntl TWO BOTTLU FBfE,snytn?rrer. OIts himself a poor slouch of a fellow. fails. TREATISE oa thli diteuo.to refined, delicate you belong to the Lord Jesus Christ ho fesses she left the store. there are multitudes of must go through the same process over I tell you, if God rises up to redress womthe manly gumption tod r a S84TCU. DB.T. A.SLOCUM,lUrrfSl.,tI.Y. giving A A last fnrewell-uwomen who are born artists nnd shall will count the drops of sweat on your Instead of having re"Now," said the and over. With coffee you plant your an's wrongs, many of our large establishand support a wife, he sneaks his business. you land once, and that suffices for several ments will be swallowed up quicker thnn roign in the Kingdom of Heaven as artbrow. He knows every ache nnd pain you to marrv turning to the reporter, "what do wife who will marry tMJfcMfcMnilMgil denied every picture and have ever suffered in your worldly occu- around to funl a think of that?" years. Mexico Cor. Boston Transcript. a South American earthqunke ever took ists, who are song The AYcaker Sex and support him. Chicago Journal CUBES WHEIE Alt ELSE fill. every sweet and every musical in- pation. Are you weary! He will give "It's too bad! How her husband down a city. God will catch these op are immriiWy strengthened by the us of Best Coueh Syrup. TaM gnd. Use 19 pressors betwreen the two of strument. OhJ let mo cheer such persons you rest. Are you sick? He will give you would feel to hear of this! 1 know Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Favorito Prescription," in time, sola oy ACQUIRING LANGUAGES. THE MARKETS. by telling them to look up and behold the health. Are you cold? He will wrap hi wrath, and grind them to powder. t hich cures nil female derangements, and her." gives tone to the system. Sold by druggists. Why is it that a female principal in a inheritance that God has reserved for around you the warm mantle of his eter"You think you do, perhaps, but I The Simple Method Adopted by i Vale Cincinnati. Junel. Man to Learn French. (XI school gets only $Si" for doing work for them. The King of Babylon had a hang3 CO nal love. And beside that, my friends, you hope you are not very intimately acIVE - &500 Goes without saying A deaf and dumb WORTH $5000Sold Fer$50. When a voting man has taken his which a male principal gets ?1,(mO? I hear ing garden that was famous in all the must remember that all of this Is only Choice Butchers quainted. Her husband? Ha! ha! WW !l 35 is :t 75 HOGS Common man. Lovtll Courier. Ull I II Formats and Complete Directions preparatory a preparatory and introduc-torWhy, he's doing time now. If ho degree of bachelor of arts, it is custom- - from all this land the wail of wo uanhood. ages, but you have a hanging garden bet:i80 (St 4 CO (Sood (nrnutlnr lifiKKV 1'OKKY ICKUIKAJLtue irreat- before tho SHEEP Puckers choice AH the heavens are yours. 3 Ki (MM ! I see a great multitude Good to est summer delicacy Indented. hears of it at all it will bo by letter ary to say of him that he has "com- Man has nothing to answer to that wail tor thnn that. VnES every tiling else fails, Dr. Sage'j (.in.ll j. anil ........ Aourcfsswisa BRnFIT . ,. iwi 325 (& 3 10 KI.OPK Family throne of God. Who are they? "O," you OKAIX Wheat Catarrh Remedy cures. from her, telling how easy she got off. pleted his' education." As a rule, and but tlatteries. He says she is an angel. They belong to your Father, nnd what be76 ILII. KCHEirr, KU to io Jiamson .T..i)YWKion. ivj. 66 o. - red.... she is not. She is long to your Father belongs to you. princes. They must have say, "those are (& 70 If we hadn't been in court within a at the moment, the phrase expresses She is not. She knows No. a red y FACE, HANDS, FEET, , Then there are a great many who suffer always bevn in a royal family. They fi 30K Com Xo. -- . mixed Ax ode to a goat may be called a month I believe I'd put her through, very well his own opinion of himself. ' a human being who gets hungry when m a ai k and til ttdr taptocUeat, iwr poem. Louxll Citize. Oats Xo. 2 mixed . she has no food and cold when she has no not only in the privation of their taste, I ut dress like princes; they walk like princes; it- She's an old hand, But in so far as education consists in j for she deserves 69 & live Xo. 2 loio,v.rU,'M., Frl!, ES Mew. Ac. .11 00 (Ttll M and pretty well known in the stores. the acquisition of knowledge, he will fire. Give her no more flatteries; give her in the apprehensions and the oppressive they are princes. There are none of the HAY Timothy Xo. 1. the people TOHACCO Common Lugs-G- ood .. SOU Git 9 75 Ir afflicted with Soro Eyes use Dr. Isaac svsiiriNj Dr. JOHN M,.wuuuDy i. But to take her up. Ever been at the 4H 1iinlf crrr iini1..nii'.iil It. 1V!15 justice. There aro l.,000 sewing girls in surroundings of life, that were well de- common people there none of foot," Tuompsou'a Eyo Water. Druggists sell it. 25c. ..10 IX) &11 75 Mediums 37S.rrlSt.Aiku.7,X.. ErtValsw. Ah, w ork and Brooklyn. Across the sun- - scribed by an English writer. He said: that ever toiled with hand and ...10 00 &10 nn Arniory Police Court? Of course you so with me. In my undergraduate life and I'er- eaehforJ-eWho is that bright PROVISION'S comes their dealt groan. It is not To be a poor man's child and look through you are mistaken. St o 70 Ijird Prune steam.. Waterloo Obserat- - " havc. Well, once a month is often I thought rather favorably of my Or much ado tornado. SEWINO MACHINES. 7." ! & 11 and envy the spirit before the throne? 10 nni LARSBay direct hntontnal jEsfrjs Why, that BCTTEH Chojco Dairy such a cry as comes from those who are the nil's of the the Warranted neyr. ver. enough for me there. I wonder how tainments. It was- - only after gradua- sake of their many books, .. 13 & 15 richer boy for and save 815 Ohio Creamery I tm if!rlrcd. who, work as hard as a premium. ,. 2 00 (&300 I she came in to play that when there :.n itmf T Knrvrtn tn U AAnfntllt6 hlMV ' suddenly hurled out of life, but a slow, and yet to be doomed to ignorance. To be was a sewing-girAIM'IXS Prinif is Piso's Cure Write to 52i. Organs (rivenwith 1. The best cough medicine ; for FREE circular grinding, horrible wasting . away. Gather apprenticed to some harsh stranger and she could, could make but two shillings POTATOES nc w, per barrel. .. vs . ' &3Z5 were so few in the house. Why, three U..I. i iMimv. vuuiiuenceinciii.ui'" " ; every State. for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 25c. monWls &from C W. Monroe St,GMW: l'.iuu feel .oiever banished from a mother's wnChlcaco. xrr.v yoiik, PAYNE CO.. watching her noting the in mv vear on Wednesday, the 10th ot th l?fr.e y.u Rn(l ,ook '"to their faces uerneP! and a sister s love. To work when ,dav. Who is that other illmtrious or four were Look at very weary, nnd to work when the heart U soul before the throne? Why, that man FLOPH State and V esiern .?3 25 G3 60 fun. Thought vou knew her, did vou? September, and, on the Monday follow pinched, ghastly, hunger-strucKoMEJiiixa you will never find out An SEEDS EOJt sad and the head is sore. To see a wife or a toiled amid the Egyptian brick kilns. Who GHA1X -- Wheat Xo. Chicago d and their fingers, inn. .V. 1" Herald. K?Hft KI? How's that?" For Lite summer planting. Tearl Floor Corn, bet y (eldXo. 2 red darling child wasting away and not to be ing I entered upon office as a teacher Honeysuckle soul before tha 33 er known. Sweet Potato Pumpkin:Tomato. Very W 47W See that premature stoop in the able to get the best advice To hope that Is that other illustrious Corn Xo. 2 mixed Strawberry ITrnlnir "She's the image of the wife of a in the Hartford grammar school an shoulders! Hear that dry, hacking, mer- the betier iood or purer air might set her op throne? Why her drunken father drove 37 Oats mixed f ftrdime. (no s t nip). seeds. The lot mailed n ......... architect," explained the institution in which, for time out of ciless cough! At a large meeting of these a'iiiln, but that food you can not buy, that her out on a cold winter night and she POKK Mcs aiooo orsruxER iudishex Tiritmt?. .. That Tired Feeling 6 10 hoptto breathe. J AM KM ll.VSI.K. Seed lirower,M.IlM, Ark-reporter. mind.it has been customary to break women, held in a hall in Philadelphia, air you must not die. -To come homeTo be froze into heaven. What are those kings LAKD Western steam obliged to let her from CHICAGO. looWACREVofw6l6iJJjJSS "Suppose she is; I know she is no in recent Yale graduates for .service as grand speeches were delivered, but a the dally task some evening and seher and queens before the throne? Many of FliOUK State and Western. ...?4 03 4 40 la to central at this season that every one knows sinking. To sit np allnlirht in hope to catch BltllH, 18g8 Books Graham, . architect's wife. She's a tutors at Yale. As it was my purpose, A mills aud GUA1X Wheat Xo. 3 Spring.. 65 70 n took the stand, threw aside ainin those precious words you mijhthave them went np from Birmingham what Is meant hy the expression. A change of seaPale on Ey Terms. by tho way," laughing at the idea". simultaneously with this occupation, her faded shawl, and with her shriveled heard could you have afforlel t- stay at from Lowell carpet factories. Xo. - Chicago bpring I H 11 son, climate, or of life, has such a depnjsatng effect 34 LMIllJWL0SBest soil, well watered Z5 o. upon the llT that one fcrls all tired out, almost comfow, whatever there is in it, I've to prosecute my reading in physics and arm hurled a very thunderbolt of elo- home all day, but never them To nave now I hear a sound like tho rustAnd 28 Oats-X2 .. 26, mourneis at the funeral, ami even to pletely prostrated, the tppctlte Is lost, and there Is no tlieory that such resemblances arc the higher mathematics,! became at quence, speoking out the horrors of her no carry on yonrown shoulder through have ling of robes, and now I see a taking up 58 to the ambltloa lo do anything. The whole tendency of the s 30 designed by some professionals, and once aware that, with a knowledge of own experience. merry streew the bght deal coftln. To see of harps a though they were going POHK Mess downward. In t his condition Hood--! ystein 5 87H 5 90 mTEMiLSiSasi LAKD Steam huddled into a promiscuous hole the dnst prototypes most care- - no other modern language but my own they study their the medicine needed. It purines the Stand at the corner oil a street in New m hlch Is so dear to you and not venture to to strike a thauksgiving anthem, and BALTIMORE. HII ISupplies. W colon. Kepousse Work. Wat Iw Send Ifor, our blood, sharpen the appetite, overcomes the tired fully, even to associations, so as to I could not make a step of satisfactory York nt six or seven o'clock in- the mornmark the spot by planted rlower or lowliest all the children of the saw , and the FLOPR Family tl 50 5 00 feel!ES.n,1''TtsorBtes every function of the body. Flower solicited. auFTMA.y catalogae. or some costly disciples of the shuttle are in glorious arUkll orders talk familiarly of friends if occasion progress. It seemed to mo that I had ing, as the women go to work. Many of stone, borne bitter winter clock, Kltf Try It. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 lUMala Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. or the enri spring to barter for food the 44 441, brings about the opportunity. I have a new education before me, in which I them had no breakfast except the crumbs ous cupboard, or the Henry's Comraentwrles ray, and they lift a song so clear and "I never took any medicine that did me so much 3T. , 38 H.lill. Onleklv and Fstl.il flats Mixed good In so short . time, aa HaooTa Sarsaparllla. I was been mistaken myself in assumptions, must begin at the beginning. I tok: that were left over from the night before, on which you prided yourt-elasthe heirloom sweet, I wish you could hear it. It would PROVISIONS Pork .Mess Ijr cared t home. Correspondence 10 00 11 00 very family, never solicited and Jret tr,al of run'sent very much run down, bad no strength, no energy, and and, or the crumD3 tney cuew on tneir ny ot a frugal To feel and you areto be able to make the pilglim's burden short.light, and but got over it long ago, aftr a most un first the French 74 l.anl Refined iinestlnvestlKaiors.TBKHrjx very getting old. It. Notone 5 60 5 62H fclt,Tery tired an the time. I commenced taking 1UUKDT Coxpas v. Lafayette. Ind. disagreeable scrape. I was younger without a teacher, by dint of hard study tnrough the street. Here they come! redeem laid asidethat present earnings the pilgrim's journey throat in tbt great CATTLE First quality. nothing and 5 50 weak voice or hoarse Hood's Sarsapanii 5 62 i,efore t t,j scj one bottle HOGS change the and brash. I saw a modest-lookin- g and resolute perfceTerance, I fixed in my Tiie felt lite a different person. That extreme tired 1XDIAXAPOLTS. fjsa W zi. Bangs and wares sent u. u. xj. orkine girls of New York and scarce sufficient. To the top parlor floor assemblage. The accord is as perfect as story for a though they had been all for the top story, and my appetjte returned, and It toned ne II n woman take off a I where: Wholesale and retail prlec-- stre as nice memory all the pronouns, connectives Brooklyn. These engaged in head work S 7554 single attic, and wonder what change will ing, and I ask them whateternity practicWheat Xo. 2 red is the name of cp geerallT. My brother and sister have also re- II HI H B. C Strehl CoITJ .,. .Jnnil in tllU these in embroidered handkerchiefs as we had and irretrular verb mixed............ ".... in millinery, be next. that song they sing before the throne, and Corn mixed 24 ceived jrreat fcenent from IV Claba. TV. Phsxts, Morphine Habit Care ha 1 ia the store. I was positive she was a tables of Levizac, (the rrcmmar then in paper-bo- x But I have no time this morning longer they tell me it is the song of the redeemed Oats Shirley. Mas. making; but, most ove worked o LOUISVILLE. OPIUM toMsavt. a, pay I1H cttreA. certain customer on our books, and was vogue"), after whic I'learned to read of all and least compensated, the sewing to dwell upon the hardships and the trials working people. And the angel cries out: Br.J . Stephen LbaaoB, 4 50 $4 00 Flour A Xo. Hood's cosJirmed in the belief by recollecting rapidly. 1 would.iot venture to claim women. .Why do they not take the city of those who toil with hand and foot, for I HO Who are these so near the throne? GRAIX Wheat Xo. 2 red less AJf.K.-- F, the absent-minde- d 38 "IruggUu. il; six toriX Prepared oty Gold by wavshe worked. To that my method isf the best. It is t cars on their way up? They can not afford must go on to offer some grand and glori- And the answer comes buck: "These are Corn mixed 33 mixed 31J WKKS WOOD ft CO, ApoChecarlcs. EUfe.it seemed a sad cace of kleptomania, Mr. Sauveur's, I believe, WHEN WRITING T AVJJR1 & C. I. Lowell. Maw. but any one the five cents. If, concluding to deny her- ous encouragements for such ; and the first thev who came out of great tribulation, 10 58 me-'A4verUtmem plraM uy row and I fancied her home full of all sorts who will try it, "iSfl did, will find it self s imething else, she gets into the car, encouragement is, that one of the greatest. fand had their robes washed and mads PORK in. 77S ' IOO poses One Dollar in the blood of the Lamb." In I Is I iiai'vr. A iticknacks of no use, but said cffectrral. F. of 'st'-laBarnard, a seat. You want to see how safeguards against evil is plenty to do, give her to U presents from friends. That's rorim, thway, you knorr. at - Jrrci-cian- t, I ra.i-siou- s. "Tip-top,- " ''s' week-day- s, - m beef-fia- t. m ! gold-beati- ns DYSPEPSIA m I m hard-worki- cont-sleo- l 1 pur-en- ts WO to-da- y, iui WW er Ex-ponan- ce t. -- in-4- iloor-walk- er task-maste- r, 1 I:id-"noy- s. j r m "V Mti VB ; f-- r " so-- p.i-lo- ns e. ! X 1'nri-ons- I ca-e- '- to-da- y. dis-eas- shop-lifting?- to-da- y EPITHELIOMA! to-da- y, o Type-sette- rs I I e, catu-u- r sowing-machine- ! hard-workin- sewing-machin- e. show-windo- w IaVluiI. sub-jeeU- on e rii-h- slt-tln- s good-nature- d ! d good-nature- Uail-wayl- ia sewing-machin- o. AXLE GREASE. jx&m FRAZER V" rail-train- ." I 1 ,tr-sen- two-thir- Accord-inglytakonotic- neighl-orhood- s SAM JONES coffee-cultu- re I ! floor-walke- r. j-- 30,000 work-ingman- 's s MAKEof",,, CONSUMPTION I s Ki-- V floor-walke- r, p -- shoe-mak- mill-ston- es arugg-Jm- i fc STOCK-Cattlc-Comm- v. , . . ' nanny-versar- m Pork-Mes- s.... i' play-groun- ,rri.il l, 3-- - k! needle-pricke- blood-tippe- d! TRliX, well-know- y stone-cutter'- s, needle-woma- - h-- ar Corn-pX- -- o. .. linfl N 1 ! st IRTRT5' OPIUM - Corn-Mi- xed f ..... half-doze- ll ( '.Vbash-av.,Chlcg- flower-nmkin- g, 1 Sarsaparilla n-i- 11 s s Jtfh LARU-slea- e v " , ""jl ft, "?? it' V . vjk VT s- -- f T!ifcrj?. y E. T"'! P;iSriG!7f"-r"tf"- i 7!& K- - F2R V V ll.t. 0 .x -l-- . - . j-llSi &t M -- --' ;. -. ; - - gr-- - . - y-- .. ' ryv-- ' CITr -- ITEMS- - Blue ticfc Mineral Water, at Moobe & Laxdrum's, . .Big bargains in all kinds of Woolen Dross Goods, at Plant Rl We have a lot of old stock Shoes, for Ladies and Misses, which we have placed on onr couutors at less than half their cost. Now is the time to get .VO" a pair of good Shoes, cheap. Call at J. Ambekg's Sons. ' JOCALNE . l ! a Jh. & ',,Buciuif"vi. h. jimt LlSJLL &.. i . : , -- li;i-aa- iAmmjMLaBH.j3bt.ln inis3 r. - L. Alexander, . We T ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CIRCUIT TUDGE. . , : "11 -- T--It hefB4tofor0 is amhoritathlfSed"1 ,T,ho, will a very quiet one. c mi flint Tmir-- . r;n?.,. . . ik. ., 'aiiiaiavrrk 1U1 . uu ., v."iiiuM,iu- - t n lSUfOfl -iI!lIllS tit,iTf.rl, fTitrtcTc tt'lir ijmii ma fiirttAitf.1; ..v., N Ofcij M iu " "i "V invcivill . r..........7 Si .: Kstlin 3?ecK.-. . C. , ......... v.. uvimiu. iu sin,i;ci-- otanrnri ..it "3st,- .win w vi'ivicw. nf vuursi, an ji 8 a.i.-Kii?-- -' u - p". Tf sm Tf1, 1fk FOR COSOtOK WEALTH'S ATTORN ET. r t Rncace CIIAS. sLs3 as a ii TH u AS, of HoCrMkeM of easdidaie for to tli nffi1U DC SlUlO tO -- Tlio .PH..V .1' i 'CMUflll S SlStenS, Commonwealth's " ' SKi ,, l! ,,p prcwut.p Four or five of Miss Being rOKsIftr-- i 9TimmlAnd ready for IkwhJIw rwtiotfunjBlWt Ae piTon-- e District. K.eotioaAtloraey forthi Judieisl tiiMihirs ftf nriiii.li m--. w .iij, iu Angiwt, 186. : T?i i ;i ;il i -- I "i..," " (not ot i lio-n Amm9T4 at ail. AtleetnewioBg maile lor.-w- wur h... ..n ... Ji::.Uii'U'sums lanuiv win nrouaiv uui mree or Wears authorised to announce JOHN gagiiins, tuscouitfel t ,n Uiii.;n..V tnay28-4- t m.a .. -- . . . 'iiiiSJ present, bnt u is not kuovn who! ; K. IIESJD8ICKS, of Uriag.ii county, rte of S pr cenl.g&r Bnam. t'rnipn "ttjicy wiu i,e boyoiiti Mrs. Folsom aa a cawiiIat far the affic of Choice CORNED BEEF, at week. rfnRuiiii Mr. Ben Fnlsoin. who accnm Aiiiraer. in this, th rMt Judi6 cents per pound, for sale by J. u arise A. D. Kingaian f&lia pained Miss Folsom from Europe, cial. District of Kentucky. Election In aprlG W. Rogers. a very pretty vositlenco on The members of the cahiuwt aud August next. GEO. wives, Col. and Mrs Lnmont K. T. TTLER. BUCHANAN. We return most hearty thanks his law oftice !ot n ear. II. .their CHAS. BALTZEB. HRELKELD. Wram aitherized te anaouaee SA MU EL IL M. ALESANDfiR. I.. L. UXDHj .WOOD. W. 0. JOHNSON CROPLAND, . . a eanlidsie for the offii-to the ladies, for their liberal ..,- house. The nevvdVt.Uin;,.Wei! !in,.l 'Mr. VUnn T,. MiRi.11. thn m.m. "".T" f CommoHwealiliV Attorney in this, the 3HB sfSj preciation of our beautiful lino of; uieKinan oemr hunt byrv. iJMf Fresitlent's law partner or Buffalo, ' "MWawin iw rimt Judicial Pktrtet ef Keatncky. IWWN M '" " HWWP"i"i '"' past j Cutohen is Hearing completion. and Mrs. Nelson of xVlhany, who we are mmcr oljjjr,lt;s 16. the relatives of the contracting lion. . .). btone lor a copaT.thtM parties have hen invited, hut of Reports of the ConutifoKin.ffir of the President's fainitv onlv Miss Education, for the yeargi33K&. ' C?e eland and Mrs. Ilovt, the !' , -- ...'. $ ff fifel Mf IS K W W Iwv IHHSC5AKY. L- ?,. - ) ; 'W. re HHihnrwc'l to xnniHince C. L. . i t. l 4Vi'J.nl as. X'llliun cwiitty, jw a eanli- ilme lor Circuit Judge. EUction m Au- ga. I axt. .i st-63 b m Jl: f3!. til&g .IT W.W Im&QTj CAP1T4Z, $50,000. rimf..im.I.rl'.: eot - Ji eni EAS CSsasci' &t SISAOHS..S a fc-- ? gg -- !,,. r,fM ,... pFr raaig dui., poa Q tTi a am sfaV tab - Cowraon-wealtb'- a - , .... eroul " theJurF JJIECODaS -- -, e OLD KELIABLE jR1 i ItN. iss !. V tk: "q. m' V tf- - I If Dress Goods, during the .I Xf ' vr. It w t I ...sjtJ POR C0T7NTT JlTDGE. week. We have had an immense The steamer Dean tRif ' at l)rcsent gast at the white 1,onRe' wi" coml)0se t,,e ?l're trade, but our stock is still "coin- - imrned at Memphis las' Wc are authorized to aaaHBee B. F. plete. We are showing goods not nirht. the crpw ho'n.iv ,,.h?-- . number. Aftor the marriage cere- EASLBV aa a candidate for the oSee of ' monv has been performed the CenHty Judge. Elcclion, Monday, An found in other honses. i Tli ttro ...iiiBn.i u B STILL IN THE RING, gu i. lose. Alexander & Maxwell. S10n of a lamp. Loss' 3i (jno $-- : who,e 'mvty wiU rct".'e to-- he fumil.v -By authority we anaomieo T. B. FER With thebeK Sleeted, the greatest variety of stock in Hiokman.' Tlrtlr 1 " A big bonanza in Summer Bunrncc. tfimuw. BELL, aa a candidate (or Count? Judge of prices are bom IXauy competition. OYe all fweaeh low tirices.) But full up on jr, J. O. Snnhroiifri1.iffijdf of Coats , a Plant's. Being r n,.. ,.n Ful'on eouniy. Election, Monday, Aa just drop'iniainLsee for yourself, and you will le convinced that we are Men and l.oys, the wealthiest and oldest Jftf gust J, 1886. these goods for s will be made to havo it excel all crivmcrvou UlctST we are oneringtorocemsuout' of union Citv. was. fouii'LTlpon in ;.. ,rat,. ,. t.rt,P .t?.,. O We are actborlaed to announce Those.whliujatvc done Uicmselves the iniustice of buving before call (or the office of worth LOR, aaa candidate the President's intended County Judge of county. Election ing at our,sftrejyonld do well to bear these facts in mind. worth S1.2o; for 51 a Loat worm Sornifrs. Ark.. Mnmii .... i. ..-:.- .. ia August aest. No trojjiblbffimt a pleasure, for us to show and price you ourgoods: $3. Call and see ior jourscucs. is supposed he died oianily. ll0thing can be learned. It is We are authorised to announce D. W. S guarantee to save you OUJIW 8l6t We Big largnSin all deiMirtments. Come and see. v- ni.st;r.ii whether unrthiiif has DICKINSON as a candidate tor Julgeuf cent, on tueso goods. rrfisAivinr TCnni ;heinr n.ir.,liceu decided upon by the Prosi- the Falton Coan'y Court. Ekction In ?jtaV1SjBftijBe'? ' Wz y Want a 3o. 1 Spring nestl'y urged ttraiimfhls name fori dent himself, lie may take a short -. Atigust next. . i "Wagon, at the lowest price, call Magistrate in the Fulton product, 'wedding trip, or he may remain FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. on J. W. Rogers. He used to bo ono of the best, at the white house. Miss Folsom's We are andioriaed to announce Ju4)fe Fnlton E. 8. SJ UURELU as a candidate for the any If you arfnce(iingbier, Qro Magistrates liniiR ia county ever- wishes in the matter will doubtless win consent. ue loiioweu. inc mtl. and wn office of County Attorney, at the essuing .. naricrs uun . ceries. it will mv vou to ston the President and his bride will to again servo the county. uagwit cieciiou. JlOSTJD 0?SZ3p and post yourself at Alexander occupy are those that havo always The business of tlifjjiiew Hick- been occupied by President CleveMaxwell's. They arc making very OIBCUIT COURT CLBRK. man Bank is very largely in ex- land, extraordinary low prices. V n anlmrllail tr sttnnnnee T. M. samo that were oc and the cess of all expectations. The ur- - eupied bv President Arthur. The T fee mscJ lit spf The celebrated Cosgrovc ibanity, accommodation, prompt- Shoe for Ladies and Misses, are f ness, thorough reliability and so rooms are on the north front of oausty. Election in Auguct, 1886. .. house, opposito the GarGold rnnnn nn r at iiiit'c otj that nrn cnrity, v. uie u..u y..j ... j wear--daily increasing .1 ue- - the is ''-DEAXXK room. The main room is a large in the city are to be found at the NowStore of COUNTY COURT CLERK. exciusive agents, "i lie nest j 0sit8 au(1 gcnpral business, one, a grayish blue bcin; the premg Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, rJj& We are authorized to aanonnee W. p. vailing tint of tho furnishings. TAYLOR, as aeaudidatc for the most' comfortable Shoo ever, DKDIH, FAINTS .AKD ll'i-W- S, still i The paper has grayiah blue backtheofiee of County Court Clerk of Folfbn P Wi V sli 9'.'H sold in Ilickman is the testimony v n c0tyt Lm1 ground, with large silvered figures. county. Election in August, 1884 of all who havo tried them. . j Su?u-.Ione ivas i,0hlfelarKioii.v. The furniture is dark rosewood, FOR SHERIFF. H. BUCITAXAN'S is the only An enterprising wiiivjKvariwl the upholstered in bne. The bed- of stead has a low. squaro head board house in Hickman that has tho, exercises by opeuiag-jgh.irre-l We era autbonzcd to announce tj 'V. aSF PRESCR IP TIOXS OOUPO U NhEDl --S3 CARhFJi.Tt SntJCK. as a candidal for right to sell Ackcrlaud & Wylor's whisky in the Imhcs ffiuir by, and Hud jB eucipSPt i,v handsome blue m to of Sheriff A complete New Stock of Staple rul Fancy1 Dry Goods, Notions, the office August nextof Fulton crfety. ilrapery, pendant from a ring in Capital. customers. to be found Election ia ing. m jccLl Shoes, Clothing, Hats, &c, in great riety. Everything tho coiling. '"" 'Sfc ArjLtt Dry Goods House. Etosry article, fresh and new. No PJM,3 FOR JAILER. I io a n..'i- r..:i - i,..... i. i.. ye en :n The lecture of Btther King nui. uounbi liir vcliHtvr . , We are authorised to announce JCME: old styles. ,,ft. i !U I,,c upra House sitmiay cven-- i mV V ms&' ca!32 fJmgm We invite an inspection of onr gofe, confident; we ean please you, P. TAYLOR aa a candidate for Jatkrof aien a its. They arc calculated jn? XVHS well atteuded.lThe Uilk ' Groon R. Kofiar, lat cleric of .&$ & Fuitoa county, at the enduing August the house tells hi his paper, the and guarantee the wry lotctst prices, v to make you smile with joy. WHR ijijr'iy eutertnininMnd show-- : S. 8g election. what good work Alexander & irAXWELL. ed that the lecturer wag an edn-- ' Carlisle Mercury,tho lAgi&latur: OS. We are authorised to anaouac Til was doue by DEALERS IN ,. WOT Wo4luar it re-- ! itT...1n OfTntt'ii t.tTl tha i.Midi ttn. x, V. WALLACE, as a caadidie for n- - . , catd gelitieman. ror tne ucsl unu m uenis' ported that a Cithortfc!iun-- is of fultogteoua-ty- . DRUGS, MEDICINB3, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and Sehcol Supplies. totheoffiaeof Jailer .....i w. .rt.iiah. l!rt. i. Toot wear, go to Plaut's, for it is in lin Fancy GOODS, TOYS, end PICTURES, Electie in August aext. " . " .,, " l,,.a oUn.tflS- j- fT,.i. eon- be pleased te&how our gbods. Call and see us; we will ed ; under SpakUng s bill tue conceded by all that they have no p,f SUNDRIES, PALNTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, fir Medical use. We areauthoriaetl toaanounce G80RQE J vieta will Ue taken witluu the We also carry a complete stock of l&oceries, (tcenswape, Harness, L CARPBNTER. as a eaadidaeror the competition in this line. Trythej jf 1 AGEXTS FOH THK . .. prison walls as soofi as the Eddy- - etc., at lowest prioes. God- a , "V. L. Douglas S3 Shoe, the office ef Jailer of Fuitoa county td,at "l!e Prison ifi completed; under V"1 f AugRst next. Shoe. Every imir ia "VV'i shaw&riaut S?See the Sign across the street. i110 J.ret eloPe l,on look..1t "wi bill enileieiiL revenue warranted. a new coMiitutiouJ lviu be nUset! t0 met,t all State adoption FOR COUNTT ASSESSOS. 3?RICSCKIPTIOIsrS A. Smith, Ellison & Co. have Hie under the ConstitutionalCoiiveu-- ! exnen8es . uuder Thome's bill tho Ware authorized to annouace! JOHN tion Bill will be held nwt August trf!nhia Kt.tween the .waole and T1IWELL, aa a eandidate for the office J. handsomest ..line of Men's Youth's, 9 . ... tv;1t ". 11a,? i of Aawaaor. Bieetioa in August ifext. .uoYS' ana unuarcirs- uioiniucr. ?. tn Ami'tiiAitn. in . ;iiuubu.i ,ITiwIn. uiuilui.ouiu- -- .Clti i..ll nr.ii" fiivlcinn ...-V.. ... uhho .KV. n... . ...!' V... .....0.VM fanfaa. "Strill . , turn IVe are authorised to aanonnee J. S uuaer geMator the city, and at lowest prices. lion such be at tho regular election fo?thhatjniited; criminals will b' J! HP BOS DU BANT, aa a eandidate forth? of Call and see then? They can save A bill -- a Elee'ioa ia Aulice of County Aws.-or- . Bepresentativcs in trie. General broBwght t0 a epeedv trial ; under you money in Clothing. gust aest. III .T1.Illalll H. BUCHANAN'S is the only prcsontatives does uoSpccur uu" Thomnsou's bill tho criinitial will We are authorised to announce W. U he permittetl to idace his case GOItB, as a eandidate for the office ef Achouse iu Hickman that has tho til August, 1S37. j the jury; under Senator seaaor or runoa eouniy- r.iecuon in au right to sell Bryan & Brown's cel-- j 3&0 Smith's hill public gambling will gnst next. Miss-- ! 1 b rated make of Ladies' and Cuod KeMilts lu iiVorjripM.e. be broken up; uuder Braafords asnounee J. O. A. Wa aro authorized to es', Men's and Boys' Shoes the! D. A. Bradford, wholeoileinaoer dealer hill common school teachers will 5 COOPER, as a candidate for re election to ''a25 nunTiTin . , . , , best iu the world. Ul yUMWuwra,..m.., .rttTlw kkhv of MkkSn WAVitiMm theofieenext.County Awwwo r.- - Bfeetrsriin' Has a seriously afflicted with a severe cold thatr" ""'"" w v.'iV'.r """"J August splendid stoek of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Full line India Linens, from settled on his lumw: had tried many rom- - uuder Bo wmairs bill districts wil . T. which are onered at OAF- PKI E, and that the very lowest the market We are authorised to aaneaaee per yd,.to 50c per yd. A com- - cdies without benefit. Being induced te be enabled to build good school oc oieorerj ior tn- - houses and securo competent Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States. Embroideries, tr.v " 'nf' plote line 5Sto i Augasl J "lilies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented so and was entirely cured fiunaption County teachers; nmler John H. Grain's Swiss Lmbroidenes, r.i..ni. hs ot tew Since which time J ne.it. (OFFICE AT iidgings, Insertmgs. Oriental La- - he hn, 11M it in Jis famjiy for a CobrHj bill insurance cotnpauies will bo We are authorized So announce P. E. aprO ces, ehcap Laces, Parasols, Fans, and Colds with int results This is the held n sponsiblo for the acts of T3EOK:d:A.isr-- Kir- PATE, as a eandidate for County Asaester. wM.SialiiJ mmM SfsfsWtsrSMSjW wJitfei Ht fcave tsit-iexperience of agnate; uuder Owen'a bill &C, at Plailt's. Election in August next. , been vared hv this Vonleri"al Dixmitty will be protected houc6b int-Gosgcess will perhaps adjourn Goedoji aml Gen. John B. :, .. Just received from New York, Trial --Uoulea free at C. A. iWejmW' PUBLIC SCHOOL SUTBR1NTEKDEXT. debtors: under Maj. Bacoit, of Georgia, ate optha later part of June. Bon- - ""& 'oni a large line of new flats and We are autboriaed to announce CliAS. rir. J.""D. uosiuc oaudiuatcs for the Govern B. KINGMAN, as a candidate for the ofneta;also, a beautiful lot of French been driven from the Slate;! urs!?tp or Georgia. They met mi A fatal shootintr affrat ocaar-- : Superintendent of QanciS icecfznjps. fice of Public school Flowers. In fact you will find nomas- - oui mo coior- ;,'Pl' Ful'oa county. Election in August next. A every shape and color k::own iu rod at Janes Bayou, Mo.. btrSun-- ' .en peo"r.e l wijo wisu io iwcuiuts, ;oiwl ,j,.hateond had a warm time. i . i UAeQn j,ttii,mted that Gordon uold Hwkxjv, Kv.,May 28, 1886. dav last, in which Mr. Kd. Barnes fi. i Ve are aphorized to announce Prof. the millinery marlcet in my stock. shot and hilled Bill Flowers. The may be able to attend ai oot ,K scat jn ti,0 u. . Senate ijcp5 e (Qeosi fiftR? i'flM'iMOiacMfl A IICBXSE ORASTRO. TAMES H.SAUNDERS, as a candidate Call and examine for yourself. nnuDnr lp I a f.st fight in nonaai aenuoi, io iw oetaouausu wlien u0 resigned u, favor of Jog tvo had engaged e1 a calletl meeting of the Council -- for re election to the office xt iouuty 2 m Mks. Jones. for them." rouncilmea Re- School Superintendent. Election in Au rhich Flowers beat Barnes up Brown. Gordon replied that therOi Prent, Marar French Cote, llertweea and Ramage 11. C guaiaesu Ladies don't fail tt set Alex- co:.sidera'.jly, and Bamos .Kfter Was a time When ho did not -; . i3i"arr3svt. . Ponneil. "WW" i ......., Th rr nniiif ander & Maxwell's line of Import- washing the blood frouihisYnce; sign, to retail and tirple splruuous, it EnCOKMJSTs D. G- - PARK, ed Dress Goods. They ean &how said that if Flowers would! wait Trow I.'nloB City Adrance. war;uisotnai tsacon reatguou to t aBd majt Hq.,or3. and on motion, you goods which other honses do until he armed himself tlrat they At the residence of Mr. MoDaalel, neavr keep from lighting. Tho feelingj tBe Clerk waadireoteitowuesaid Hceaae, xoxKy , on UieeTenlng'ef not carry. woulil shoot it out, and started Hickmn, daughter, Miet Fannie, the 24th between tho two Was SO great that thefapplicsnt being required to comply fc' to .Mr. ult-- , her saddle-bag- s which, con- - Albert ..IcUenuell. .. the joint debates woro diseontill- - hh tlielaw anl onJiaancein suohcase. i for his XAYFJELD, - - AT. 50rawin?'StP!ani!. full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and'entlrc uu maituu, Wl v4v ftiw'iiM TAc,k t0 t!lillcd hls lt0,s- - U is Ra5(1 thnt Urne Pi" Lock and Key jobs solicited. costaeeurately'ciU'ulated. -- , V!. L. McCUTCIIRiN, C. C. is useless for us to attempt tied through tho efforts of mutual It Attest. nrcli, 1S7T. Kid bhoe at 53.50, ior Ladies. i?iowers jr0t two shots nt Barnes I:i friends. '" . anything like a lengthy article, EJ. Only found at Alexander &' iIax-- ( before he could return the fire, Hickman, Ky., June 1, 1886. WILL practice in all the eouatiea ef tite culling the beautiful flowers and well's. bnt he did do so as soon as. pos- - strewing them along their pathPresent, Couacilmen First Judicial District, and in the TUB Louisville Commercial says : "Council met. Courts Cole, If vou want to fit yourself mi GibI.e' shooting him three times, way of life, or niuturo out the "Col. Jake Corbett, lato Sergeant- - f! .image.Mayor Fe'Le and RogersCouncilman scplIS-i- y of Kentutky. being absent, sThc cao11 .si,.,t l)CM,S a .Iatal 0I,e' of the Houae,ill go to Suit, or in a real nice Tailor-madrrand and macrnificent scenery was called to the chair. j which they may perchance to view tho new county of Carlisle to Jlanisjje w odd Pants, at a big. bargain, go to :iriest ai last repot t. The mlnuteu of tlie last meeting were J.M. HUBBARD. M-D- ..TTZ.., on their long and happy journey, practice law. He will locato at ral, approved and signed. Plant's. . Oners hie professional services to the peo( and in his idle ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. ,. the ior point out C.t... U road that leads the county-seat- , Dron in and sec the rush at! M , Z. , - rn 01 t.i ! and vieinity. Ainux. ..,... !HVTS!nnr -..tl ..w mnmontu "The following aoconuts were ui u ,.,ll ,,,,t ". nun ........ v..... ivill Plllt. "llavin: receive!r.stieoamuch Denelit iu auucv.-at r"r'i and being properly approved, presenleil, ple of Hickmanthe re:ideuee of Dr. C. II. Alexander & AUi aswe!lJ3. Thcv aays: t?i.x; on t were i irxnut t thatn ni i ifii nrC mil win mtiii f iirii3iii?i iiiii 1111 liim :ii?ii:iii Hubbard, are doing the business because tliej kt humanity know it. Have only say that both, the groom and Col. Corbett is very popular m that, motion, allow!, and the Clerk directed to innrld checks fr the amounts hftd a running sore on my 14' lor eight jlig uiaKu me prices. bride, aro icsideuts district, and there is noreuson why iai'ue , .imps.. m , ilrvntr.m tn I nie 1 .v... XOTECB. lt. o and u.,,.v a i,nJt !m should not meet with n sub sSeet pay roll, weekending May 22..$37 00 i 29.. C600' H. BIJCIIANAN Says thflt hO to have the bone scrajied or lejj amputated. of this . countv. ..i..:.. :1. stantial political &UCC0MS there." i am rciKince, .!. All jierfonB holding claims asainet the j SVaUera, bill for eewer pipe and Will Sell goods at from tell to I ""ed. instead, three bottle? of Electric oi ineutiB F. Thomason, deceael, are thorn a long exJ JJ ealateofB. Jlttjl L f ,, tvAtitv per cent, cnea.ier thin mv nttcr3 and ecven boxes Uuclocns Arnica the advance wishand XA.OENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: respectfully netiiol te present the pame .g navrwnni at,a w j that nothing The National House of TREASURER'S Kll'OKT. f at onee, properly proved, for settlement. other honse in this section of EIe:tr;c. nUtr, arc sold at fifty cents nUt- - istence together, may oyer 90ntaiives has a lsrirc iThc City? Treasurer prewnied his report Hickman, Kv., Iarh, 19th, 1880. e think he will, as he tje) .Ma Bucklen s Arnica Slve at '25c ier but peaco and happiness married PZH,E TESTED. COUntry. TIM TSiiZ-oxiot between the newly Av A. FABIS, of this week to tho consilium for lant month, which on motion, was orlart always noes just wnat ne saj's ue bos by c a. uoicomue. couple PiKENIXjftHariford, Conn; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England: HARTFORD' Abminitr.vtor. tion ot the bill taxing oicomaja-rin- dered riled. will do. He also says that he will LICENSB OKANTED. nrllortl, uennf,;iiounrt.'v.c. w.m .Ni' OF NORTH AMERICA, Sc, &c, 10 cents per pound. The is to tho morThe following discount all advertised prices, and ?" FOR SALE. Councilman Cole, Brown tT. ML C. A. fraudulent stuff has mined the "On motion otallowed chants of the town : "Bo.Jciiill to ' AND THE you can bet he will do it. a credit on their .&Shaw were 3r ; the drummer; he has a father,! Will meet Sunday evening at 3 trade in genuine butter, and farm- coflee house license for the unexpired timo 21)0,000 feet dry Cvpress Biiililtag '. v"5 Fencing Lumber. Also, of the country are of their merchant? license. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEiUiT Ask to see our AllWool perhaps a mother who ktfew him anil tdturch. ers in alf parts thn . Cyprees Shingles. Men's Suits, at $8.50, wortlf 12.50 m his innocent youth. Arlifins r"drf"r "w:w" nt .."' Tia!tit . - moving to have imitation buttor (Jn motion, Council adjourned. GrvtiH!!i)S fttore & Landrum'a Drug Store. . " firiiw(Hc:e.' branded and taxed. "' ..'.. "" " mnn ...., ... W. L. McCUTCIIEN, C.C. in other houses. U , .t. nnir in EliniR. lltMlnlir Vllll.)1 . marl 2 conducted by the PresiAlexander & 3Lixwell. 'fond hearts are beating .for him, ServicesT. Walton. All aro corlips breathes love's dent, J. Dr. F. O. Young, of Lexington, FRT7. RP.HRnFnFR. The Ladies are invited to sec "and sweet s ilflfircst nravcrs for his welfare dially invited. hi t ij aaa i ' Ky., is serving a term in jail rather c A. MCDANIEL, Scc'y. our elegant display of Dress Goods. Therefore, lay him down tenderl',' fi B.31ifl fil J1 tlmtttell the Grand Jury the. name we nave an tne new snatics iu fni i.io hands peacefully on his "Oh lautlfal ralulxnv; all FASHIOK'ABEiS SfeSSSaS XfaflRri family of a young girl of good wtra tf light ! wiijewBf tijit; lans, Chocolates, Heliotropes, etc. breast, and close his eves gently There's it in BOOT AND M i fR who gave birth to an illegitimate HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED kdidea iJAiUJ. 3 23 a Ij rest'under , aar Don't forget that we show you;as yoix- put him to "1, 31 of I3 CI ti" child. Dr. Yoiinsr is a horo. It Jct pnlili.li-i- a new elitUm on 2)r. Culver , . SHOE i at well'wCcIcbrnied Kisny ttie ine only latest style goous, sun as oranctiesoi .41 wuiow wueroiuo Tho iadies of tho 3roth0dest :is more Iionor to be in jail under, ofs SHOP. North Vot corner of Moscow semmi wknoM. tavoi. be found outside the larger cit- birds carol all through the sum- - n,,,...,, ......... ,..,;... nMillllrt, such circumstances than to go to (iBUry minal I.oe. lMN.Tr.NtT. Mental and anJ xroy Avenues. East Hickman, Ky., ihjflcal Incapacity, Iiuik diluents to Jtartlage, .mer days their softest? songs, but !s eg aiw, Ci.sicxniox, iilmwt and Fy, ies. t the Gity Hall, Friday Congress. i. fiilffSatwfaction guaranteed. (o). dnctU by or wxn.il extravagance, .Ve. April. PLANT HIM! DEEP iiat, can tnat ue i & Maxwell. w,,lu." rj June ntu. Alexander au. cetei..iivu auiuur, in (ins admiral". 7 ij, - j Anchor. . ywrs' uees$-arr- p "Img1natoii family rlaops to traw pv THE aCtlOn Of tllO MGth0dl8t ;wty dcmontrate. alarming cunseauenceKofeelf T, I ,. ., ,. .... ful practice, that the from .thirty The parlor splendor of that fetive plate" i! J IV A IN U Ll ill. 1101101111 UOUlCrenCO Oil lllC liquut abm8 may ls rwliwlly carol pointing out a woUo What la it? STSIE DAJjt I BUY A SUITAiSliS PJKESEKT AT.iT. Crittenden county is 'agin .Whatsoever thy Wrth, Kimple, certAln, otxl eaVetoal, ty ATTORNEY AF UW siios:s. question is the most imtlOrtaUt ofkeieoi at once every .merer, no m.,tier wn.il nig I5EAE. VALUE? t railroads." Last Saturday, the Thou art a beautiful tttoaght softly bodfed forth." temperance movement Of flirv wcaoa which be, may cure liimeelf eheatily, pri- ..: cecdIH.m .. ... V.. Ladies', neojile of that county-voteCollector, R'eai Estate Agent on the! We ask a trial of our Before deciding this question we invite you to examine !the beauti-xf.it i: vntrtr ami rodicoil. times. When C2ThiB LeotlirwalmriM !ln tJw ltan4 nf everr oni- - proposition 108868 Men's ami a.uoys-oust Mrs. Lizzie Bines aud. datiyh- - f.lmrolt nnle if.a the lUClUUUIQi to subscribe" $50,000! LLlViU AiN , J. X . ful andlyaried stock. Ki. atld vverj mn in tn Uh&.' Crr . riTllt "i.. " '"hj "j "uv n ter, of Tiptonvilio, are vtsitiu .1. ..;' stock in the Jvelsey railroad ade,bnoes, wnicu iui mjic, " Ilt acnlu. Prom P"g vo,a it. squaro down on a thing, tho thing cai under fceai. in ninin rniTMnna Jo nnr two . on recrtpt of four Su or D.usi cannot no exceuiu. 000 f0r the whole county and glo,-- ; family of 3Ir. Ai. Amborg, and durability, ! itainp. AddreM, ness entrusted nira in SoutIiT7eoteri is likely to feel it. TnEi'Ui.VKuwnr.i.JiEnic.vy.co., Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee They are made specmny ior us u. 000 for tho Marion precinct.-- An 1S6' Ann "i .,v avia, .., kuf nti.. -- Sure enough President Glcve- i9t vww ."Wij inn Special attention given to the invest iga "Jnaetly Baum & Co., St. Louis, whose earnest... canvass was made for the Ja. The Legislature did not repeal 1. 3 tion of Land titles, and the purchase at nestore, Fuqua & DeJSow's old stand, has an endles3 va.ictyof worn, in 41. mu I, act proposition. Theresulas about, laud and .Miss xiiimnc Folsom! the Cfitn Hoard of onnnli'ntion. is CaflOm-maa".'; rjau8 eale of Heal Estate. J?ooksand Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish. Pens, Every pair at tho White Ilouse. majority against tlfeltas in the! were married MdehSt.(O Louis. iu Pencils, enuru mno accordance with the lav," establish- - AllAdmtalNtrntor'ri Xotlce. OH Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Ojs, Cards, ecc, &c:; hjuW..!. COUUtV ailU aUOUt uuucouiy lUO give ami toarraulea - it in , parties hoMing olnims against the FETHE'S 3 LOOK, and 3oys in endless varietv. nrmm in nnr Purlr. to Pinnv the Try them once, and you win wearij-vo,1recinct. O""" " it on tho socond Monday m .estate of ft. E. Find uecoastfl, are re honeymoon. or sale only uy fgt" HO Other. June, to equalize tho assessments jspeetfully requested to present the same A P5.EASA'T KESOKS. Tho enterprising firm of Can Smith, Ellison & Co. august lotu, tor wt- of the various counties for JSSt. 3rV JIrovf.Jr "wi. uieirciamw will be barred. non to uo., iiave estabiisneti PHF.SU BEEH constantly on tap. CThe Gipsy entortaiiiment, giv-- i W. C. JOIINSON, Adra'r. s estab-.eby the ladies of tho Baptist! tub niRnnt. Mrs. TV. W. T. '4, igars and Tobacco, of the best brands. a unuertaker's Pasturage. Hraav28 Chaipoij fjanv'eslers. H.A. &W T. TYLER Patronage solicited. e yard, yes- -' pju miner, of Hickman, accomnaiii- '.lishment at Moscow, aiui carry a church, in ti nov . .. .. r n i ..a . i ar. Good Clover pasturage $2.00 i.n iiuu in ail" teruay evening, prounsou tu u u by hor eharmiug young lneuoi;. IttiuUIea'ti JLruteii Halve. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, per head for horses and $1.50 for linn .? metallic burial casesibes, aiui success, in the face of the uupro-- ; Miss Mollic BnlUor, are visitiffgj 2ltS Uaat vi.i. :.. .. ... , .A.. A.. B?iB;??!nt a?d Light Slccl .Mowers, S. Stkong. t,ii't etwg. ovcrvthinjr ' genorallybent in thattniiious weather. Will make re- - Mice R,.n; ThrtmiiEfin II?nHhini Brniiioji, ...mi ...., i me .worm ior n . . ...a t'l.... l. u uBaajiaBt iuw . . ana Droppers. The CHAM . . rever fl !!.. P ..-- " - Tetter, tapped IlaaJa. Ohilblaina line nnau-- i ui Kwuusefilllll to. nort next WCDi:. PHYSICAN AilDSUROEON, nnninmii riOJf;the only STEEL MOWER eer HI OKUA Nt - - - KEKTVCEY . yIIT4IB. .1 lwl oil 4L... VwKfirfifik and Turks tried to that kent an vwliere iii!tlils sfidtion.' Wil8?II Machines lower than praduced jifi81. . illlw"i "uu pwir. l'UlV'Mir.U !.v, KENTUCKY anyeirequal quaUtv. W. U. Swiiftrart. of rjuiou m( an s. war. Imt after a fewshots mid n revolution in ifnEe -- RecrThk flrnnd Lodirn of Gnwl ir sir"" I'iIa. .... Mr. ...M reaaireu. it HICKMAN, "" i' attend Jo.alLbiisiness.eulruste'tr'. in aire perfe-r-, t ax abaction. '"' HELM BROS, i TTT1LLtheir carei,.;'. rFBKS his Prors8ionaUServise3 tc rfwara-fire- d, thev tiulUXO "lirgiw ular advertisement Will anftear CJity, was uoutiiiated for Circuit Tenmlafe of the world, met to Y V ?J vriirtrsteT rftin-iw..i ..... ..... evr Depol Hickman, K?y !!.-Jr the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. Office FiirnibifeJE'actory. ,- .... Court Judge. Bichmond, Va., on the 23th ult; next week. rr4hc uatten fmhhrC A Ildoou'..irar56 ! -' j : ; u-n-a '" x , ..,. . w Im ii Aekiowledsd m .rrCr. ....., ; . I BY ALLjrHAT " .It ll'.nllng j 1 If lii Pfittisil Gbods, -;-- " Fu'-to-a " ""- . SSXaiiat Bros :'i J j i - -- - ( -- ... V OWE T txtsSfSttsttsz 'CIIAS. . fflE OLD.RELIA IWmmii 1 E A. HOLCOMI? 1 j uFeot-was5.ing- o qj" W nn J. j re-ele-ct j i - t- first-cla- ss "UPx-Std&- c . . . ssJr j . . l't h j j "" wg s WB WILL B'$ UNDERSOLD. aa T ..-,- r.. '?T Tf ue-ueu- Elec-tto- Ja-Uon'- WHITE SEWING , ' j - 1 .- rp M. J&m FBSHGH. MACHINE SPECIALTY. J u - " i VVor-onl- y i" V I I I" 117 1 , 1HI I 1.I- bo-for- e . -J mwaiaB, TIL. TIL "mn irn 1La.L. AAJJi nnn nnn tiuin mmkm mm GOmiT-nOVSEJ "WJ .J - ! ! lj .r&.' i Q.-M- - all-ov- er ti. T r EOOFING A SPECIALTY. MILLABD ryflllfisrs -- iiB-m,- Allp-.'shi- ulenro-ntiaainoni- a 1 & SON, lu-r'- a , JJa '!..... ii- - , kkmw yOfiylyyOi ............ re-f- c, -- j,, KENTUCKY. . : 'oorf e . : e Sj;- ApfMrl-ia- 'e I j at-Ar- . I - .7,' Zr: !:., o Insurance. D I .. e J s, - !V j flS-Off- ice , - fan-youn-g ) . would-hav- ! i ! UM L-ANDB- & DAVIS, It-- Reprc-devoto- d ! N A7D .- e -' - 2fc - i J00O i ' . "" -- s.is-.'i-i. -"-. -- - -- .- .a '.-....- ' xm l, can-m- thTZlI ; e Bioxaies! k. T7 a a a. a t i Kj mMM m i l l' railK-jJciir- t j -- fink m ..,-, -- ! i -- 1 -- -- t- -- a-- .- -- : ... i : I i ; m Ti.T X m r tr . - -, "i ' Jh a a ..., " Mil JKW-- i i --- - j .. ? ; i i - v a ilu-- iwijim lan.-- . " j fflSS. JENNIE GABPNEP fort-folio- s, V o . lOU-l0- en-mu- g, -- . IJBl- -- tf ! first-clas- n "v"i " court-hous- a- - . iu9c-)muu,reai- jv - --y - u : - z . ld-- . me . r - - .!-- - tt.m & k - i- - - .j 1 U-- DR. F'lIIIS- Twir.c-Jinuw- s, i ! "" "i"' l B . i - , i SfSc?--SSMl . -. - " 3p- - jautti-s- u . , - uov3 . .. . s-- &Tj;X.-'- - :"$ r . "v - jr." . 9 ,M --.:- X & ;L F -t- JS-TS- liHliitti'iiWifli.,iiWjiittH ckcsczs: - :jjj&tfft I "$SI 'V ) 3i. i &2titT" . - " HEBrtt- - 'i rMmrwii' wwgm aa jbf' 'SaS rsxr ek& . . ,jsEa tr"8 M- w - u. 4A i? '"jysrfsAMWSidfcB n b u ssan a M ssa h & - . u pvsssrs . I hr ' - mk n i fl " jssr fi.i.-,s- T w ! gaa assays &saai 14 3? ik f.-!- . ?nritr3afa:Efy JLi 7m eski cawift JL8 &t3 61 v s. -- nn-r- isWK mi a rjrasa 5W1W 1 i 69n lL!- i- zaa. a p-i- ts . -- .aq jgTMB sVafe. JEJ awn ir? ""ft;-i''??- 1 !p iip! HpC n () ' awua- g - te-- rfgg ---- iijMiinuiri first-clas- s and re and ready fot business. II is Stock embraces all the Novelties inMl lines, and is aii examine myGoods and get my piiees, and you will see at once tftat I can and will sell Goods ai from tea to twenty, per cent, cheaper Hiantany other house in this section of country. Buyivhcre you can gc t the Best Goods for the least monc that place is Buchanan's. Don't forget that II. Buelian an is tko man tilt keeps the prices down and holds them tliere.1 Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands of jmy patrons for their very liberal patronage bestowed on me in tho past,mnd which has enabled me to do the largest busiless of any house4 in this section of country.. $J BUOHJkNJl&a TL TUJCH'ANAN has now sot hUDriiia: and Summer Stock all m liable, and will bo offered for sale at pifces that will please all. Call and "sr T3S mSBMR C3UBIER. uiiiiuuuiiA I in I ! MEACHAM-LYI- E KILiJG, ! liuaai. UOUIIty. Before .mag Jast-Hn- Iritil. Thursday evening .. VY For Appellate Judge, - pAQlni uttO LLL YY ,m"?lnr?.!'--. O. MUiipiou T--. " RrWlI CTT. DLjnyjl L .' '!"" " lLiii:K .anil kllletl ,l,.f, nt, For Superior Cour' Judge, of reitf. al.out s- -x -i, ov a b- -u, Mr. Maeham was ns brother , .Rt t,,e of Toild County. 31 Ume drawil!ir ilia .aiM, J A. Stttlf teard Meacham say t 0"o.-I- f lluttion to!d rae t nt ether., ff b a; it and as such hd called on (Vom ,, Mm0 .ket with soluetllillr , he hot 1", aul nimel to kill bits, nd Ifeew aa much c he, I don t C. N. tt'a'Arr I heard !.., t. t'U . woi.l kill anj man that would do f he Kentucky Democrats are threat Ljlc sovera, times foe rent . e,Ut au ', k , t ,(, Judge Stark that lie knerr uotaiug abs fca done, ....... v serveda wnttou notice tTllillkiu hc was ening 10 neieai necK tor me oi'ii goiu to &ttom ,t irtjt I would not b poaniTo t I (b J. cite.UritUun A was one of the jury f TVJO spe to nssas all articles, but no R. ate and Carlisle for Congress, all !"' "i """'"""'fi i"y","ul ur ,b kill me oither to rat or shoot bend him be went thete to kil him. X I trouble to show goods, beard !.t ouse aner inc u&.a irm. ny I lie join fir in?. Store, bttt Qivie8t. Waa An nnt l',iu A'nnVn .. itl front of about a measly postofiico orto.;l,,o andotce and see, st the coraer of Troy lfiA .. nnlliina .luinf. . k. niau . ulu.wS I .:.:..!. seems to have incensed Lyle, any aaivini J not b's tFbtiuiouv It will be many a long tlav before who accordingly, about 6 o clock, how many Phots I tired. I theu '.points a to theattrouble.aaaIbe StttfC here isw.iv urniivg UM aad Moscaw Avenue. Esst Ilicksarn, By 'ott.;i Kentucky will have the equal of wa ked ont of the store and across (sew as much about it at ha ' M. L Siinironi -- Mr. gamnjonc' either Iieck or Carlisle in Con- - lhursday evening, called Meacham to the corner of the Green IloiiKe, rested. about tbe same as former witnesses press. Rut if Kentucky prefers''10 ws passing, into the drnK where I stood until I was arrested la ibe Vf. W. Mcaeham, th Dcf n int, wa about Ljle s abuse of Meacham .oCtrtmoB in tim5 tinit i ii.r store. Meacliam went into the ly BVr. Pnlliu. I made no attempt .RAMILY GROCERY midst of it I i Meacham draw a knife, the first witnesa introdnoed bv "ilo 'Rtro i response to the call, and to ebtape. OBI .. TT fNabh. American. own business folUd be told Ly le not to put bis hands ou D testified eubstantiailj V. Itim any more. I think tt waa tb'e bar'ow :!-"That there ar0 Kenturty Dom- La O, . '?'!.: low; B. uo1Ui, iv waa fcuife shown me. lata afTkir., but I teel- tliat was Mr. Lyl waa ray neighbor, n Sen- - ..I.., epithets known to the dictiou-oerats threatening to defeat (DAVI&' OLD STAND.) M. T. Gh,lon gem I clerk for dafenda. t. wd A 211111 el id tlu, rctinff bous from mv brother t ,. .. . in the u 111 kiada of ator Beckand Speaker Carlisle, ;uv of profanity or thc lingo- of nii(iiiiiur iiiiifi- x a :i ri- M'li'iifiiiiisr. r,r4cnt th - tconn&ti tA Lv e. tou - ri Know aeiebaaai..EeeDS Didioi; .in. . : .ji,r.f.... t.A:j r " r.lurivl MDfM ... it to the store tittv morBiBt Zti 1 .brines r n.nli iipii.iihaiii I ;sgate, shaking his list under AU is no doubt true, and that a mant'ia ., e, Vfuit'l II inli . ., u: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES e .. . , . Aa !rrip it hnm kI nitrkl Tlio rninr of his no se, etc. All this Meacham t,,e pPlle of Ulton Will Kllilf.1.,.,.;,,,,.,,...,, 1. 1. jority of Kentucky Democrats ,.nj ume and k.i.inirt defecdaat einrted hoae fcitt It s hutiec, at bo: to "take" at the . time;! i i wrt.v it I RID eonlident tl at I stooped or, Le k sually kepi in a ' utd me n by thj i; any figlid.I aeie.- saw would have preferred to see a w t ten uegox i i i. om prices. noine, im who imorm-- , wil i e t t Ubertv.n t if ftae FiiUouiar rut his fist in my face, took Wt have a large ty f rhie Dress Goods, traces antl Embroider-ic- -, competent and true Democrat in Lit UII1I tll.il, lilt llliliOlll.. HIIV VIM', rjita. i .'"i rx.collar, herred me in rcent St. ic I dia t TEAif, Linen Collars, La- - Collars, Silk Mitft liest line of Ladies' and FSXCY CAXD1ES, fry 1'ivlir ' becfd !, 1,,,e "By tdtt Mi"sej' I not reveut st. As I pused ot, he sk.i ' charge of the Louisville postofi- and as supper was not yet ready, PI0KLJ2S lose, Corsets, Ac. U d d on jou, I hae it .n fur you. Mji'tjam .iit.a. I to kill Lyle, tkt ac THB 1ESTIMOXV. ico, we believe; but that theKeu-tack- y ho went back to McG. & Co's drug Ii!" ce .d and I will (ttt you yef ' I went home, Oil hi tO hti'3 .HlQl !.. We have a fine assortment of Lad ies', 3uldreir and Men's custom- - CSANBERRISS, nOMlAT, GRITS t hi w.s In tht xamiBiitf trial in thc rne of supper w not rendy, aod trjy wife sent mocey to .i? h.Ti clearc1 & Democracy propose to re- store to get some, when Ljle inci, which we guarantee to gore satisfaction. ted hm to go f ack to the back the rotooawahb of Keututky W Jr, Dii Wis r.i' o .hoes ani Supper-.a imcs X . I wl(t to the drug gU ha me back f.r ma'ches" tire either Senator Deck or Speak- end of the store paying, "Meacham, W. Measbam, charged wish killing J t. Clothing, lattt stylesotd lowest price. Hats, omrts, r..e- 9 matchet, and while eratcal! cris; exam sel b p:el th jiore, H'i'iiur.j- -1 U' Ht. Li IT, v Ii. Mrl.jin A4 b on r.ie, Lyle called lie-er Carlise at the instance of the come back, and let us fettle that Lyle. oar report passes oeer the fi'st Hanaktrthivfe, o. Soupa, eSrc- 10 .tC ligar, to June ?10J to Jl ilin se to down ne, or to sy he wanted aleaehau s F'e h Family Groceries, and sold as low is any koase. bv no matter now.'' Mcaeham assented; of coLtiauance, ready, and '2,the totrodl)ta tue tusk ti to bac' rart,come nlack and wo I hate fr.mI aid not hear . disannointed sides aoaotinoed Fill sol &9 undersold. Lt.urs, Sasli, Biiutb, Paims and Oils-- vewlow. means follows. Kentnckians feel Jotii started back, Lyle in whance. ' tion of eTijeace ten. Ti.e esamininz wo iM ettle it lont kow which ho knew Mfclin.ra i ",: i t, WH1 pay foil price for Batwr, Eggs, &c U lieu L,i, 10 nal HlllXOSl reacnea trial was held before Judee R. !. Murroll Mv Lain m.i.ione to F. A. CtriyI tj-Ai bs walked !'!,;, no uncommon pride in the grea' thC prescription case, Which is.il lu the prastcution County Attorney Ju Ie bick, I.yle s ..i sou have icod the 'J- - drug ssore tLj o autcf a.rj efrif I'lv- .r ou n rftC ability and distinguished &errictj the rear end ot the store. Mea Kingmaa as assisted by W. W. Tice, of topuahis head II hit e nl EIGKMAN MARBLE WORKS I think! did and I and cham about four feet behind him, Ma; field, while Judge S. A. P. Steelr ot out of bii , r ket ibe firstfire of Ueclc, antLof Carlisle. I ii ' nil Ham ifu'.' K:io fire. It was a t 7 rtfens the defendant is tint i Fulton; Mr. Meacham drew a pistol and r by "H. A. & R. T. Tyler, an A i ittrcttK p.s'ct Lle was " nui! any q .. . r tbic i,s - i. , j QICKSIAN, KY. Judge Dukiiam; is no doubt a commenced tiring upon Lle, fir- - t'tr, and B. It. Freeman, of ruttou '. t eaw Mr. nun thau ui) fir en o.'e 'iii a rwerr tak-ie cnt 'or me and ongoing to aftsr the shcoi n wcur-'- l Lj O The witnesses on euhir siie Si! tBTg good man, but in writing that let- - iiJ Several tiu.es, three Shots Byf aa MM ""'- He abused and I" SS C? ."BESao-aisatssupper he called ro reoi to whe.a X'eachaa iaJ . gg,5s i i nrii signup mg uis I.UC lUCUL . utie enoi sinamg m The "8 po Br mc rir, 1 roe as I state 1 .aw citeeoose out o.' drj itre tcr to uuuge ni, tiVi,!. !, .r. 8rn iibcii mirvuHcc'i y '" in direct esatnioa-iio- n CV lfisi,v rt. nf t.o I about ha!' minute before the th t n. If be bad weapons at first fuet xos- willingness to accept tire office of another struck on the right sl:CbrfTlll?-lu,.SCALER IX Did not r.t..- hen did no see them,I i then hal a pistol, act Qrttu ParhttMJones abcut coy on mo just ueiow tne sitouiuer-DlaUe- , uoernor. auti renccung . and i ,h8 druc business was m fcoue az., Lfcrlow knife. went down town for rcl wnh John MAaBi.K AMD American TALI At i management of State afiairs, ho .i "r aimt nttai snot enterel.i ehootms commenced. It was about tj niatches, and not to renew diHicutijr. Widibout a game ofI casino. Aftej- .lie " o'clock, p. to , about usual supper tio.e did tiOt know Lyle was still in drug store, nietiug White tnd entered daj i shu se'.enu. MON1TMBNTS, TOMB AUD GOAVE displaved an egotism that gave ".;" onu to pone did tide in and Lyle rths on the left side, piercing the DefendantMeacham r. dwere soa tbe bouse, but tLought he bnd Ljle. toI supper, Icarry resellby sue. l tninx i was nrsi one in ." r if bitch, not hive pitol for dead man. There w9 ao d d usually be 1'ioctor Knott the opportunity to hcart awl STONED. iko seventh &o.,called his fist in his face, aad said one to and from my store. Lyle told me atcrt at that time. robbed ' let a pile driver drop ouau already ni, on the opposite mAc, ju AVISO reoeived fise leV of An.e E S. A few other witneeees ia rebuttal he irould whip bias. I tock hold of Lyle. to come and we wouU settle ibis matter, " H jing instant death. leas sad ItsHsa'Msi bie, I sn.jr nd Boyd leak hold of Ueacham, aadimr be ftiiafted. I started back Ltla a liUd xjre to be introduced at oar near of head. ' press, bui the above embreea pared to fill all orders. Call and cm Meacham went out near Uierail- - .Meacham and Oojrd went oat of tbe 1tu?2 tie in advance. Dent remember SfoLstal ot tbe et botn did not see er work. n twful "I arttlissr. roatl tnick oppooito the Qrcen Lyle went out soon after the first time avine aaeihinir L.vie sia AieaoaBHt briel sutomarythe Def nse The rvjrtfor i2 weapons in bands of either Orders from th coantry promptly yoateacted theO dd n ras?al," asd ihState nad An Arkansas editor gives to dc- -' "ous.e sl.mI romuSm'ci rloSin8 Meacham went home, and came back in at that lime I noticed his right band Is not presented as full, only hit j 10 em maJ6 ;?dcij ins pistol, wucn omcer braae U'dsog points, by lU miBute. a balk was then sitting iu bn and linqnentsubseribers the follov,'ing up and took charge of xuiuncaiae SO or of store. LyleI aad Mr. White were n poeket, which fited I saw a pistol la Vif furm u rrecl ij3a cfWu..h uai'u.-tu-. f" ttie er him. (Clinton Street, Corman & Cu's Old St&od ) front band, K tbounht was ia mala to dTiJLaaWT against meaning the fate that: The above statements are in au- - in the bouse Meesham when he came knife, but I neer saw any weapoe. I aa atfir. N'o xot- UP. tarned and asked me to corns and neeer heard ef Lj!e shooting or oattias de'ails u l motions cf 3ut.. . . Ii, ruling), . PEiLXM IS awaits tho wretch who fails to pay cortlanee with Ike eudence taken ait on him. While I was doing so Lyle any one. In first trouble, f'i'l draw aaa : IMuri a? to O'iciioa o: .esisssou b.v lho oronerrs jur , ho return. and ifbite eame es, ur his sabscription : said to ot.en to knife to use tf he jumped 8i the exact tuaiiijuiaij of wisu down, and Lie Fmniiy GrGeeyi.cs; Meacham, "Come back, aud let as talk me. 3T did no draw pistol then bceeus awer. . to esntradsctious, iwrt-You may have all tho stars in a cd tho folIovJus ' tf over this matter." Meacham 1.i noth it would eaeose me to tbe law. and I did .Vi ALSO. ' nailkeg, hang the ocean on a rail VEIIDICT ing, but started back tell ihem to he not then feel that f was in i aoaediaW Tati ar :uf eul commences tat. fence to ury, put the sky m .f; We, the jury, find that deceased., t. bo trouble. Meacham looked around, and Unger. I did not make ai,y staucsntte Net. Seine, Lines, Hooks, antl allTldnil fx. ' Ks of Mehing Taekie and Supplies, at xlwr gourd to soak, unbuckle the belly-- ! Lvle, came to his itesth from p'sl'si6is I beckoned him to go out. Lyle and Me - Steele, or to any ene else, il.et I bod gone at rait, at 7 o'civt.k. . .. r w iv Mencliam,' ...r.i (.hum v. i . it ctkerf t a? i it t pfgain. Groceries and Family Sappliesgen fir '' f ti . " started back, aad MeacLiro drew bie there to hill him. nana oi eierniiy anti ilet me sun : .i. "- " eraUy. o:h)ved by Judge Ste'e for being a;ravated by saidhyk, W. J. tt'ituUjtd jVEtol'anJ began firing am the officer that Ljle eras about and moon out, but never delude MtthRa ii feet in front, and bis back to Meacham served nonce of ejectment on Lyle It etatiou : then H. A. Tyler; and yourself with the idea that yon D. tv. IIcojus, $ when first shot was fired. When iuol made Ljle eery mad He sent eery abu- - jjlU dose l Jut!" 3STE'W: FtRBi. I'ice 1 havo seenred, permanent! 7, one of the finest workxuea Is tho State, &ad will make can escanothat n ace on tho otho.rt T. R BarrTAis, IXU UJ IC 1ITV lfir9gP8 19 JlirilllOAlB, nyiUK HBWf.p 4l, 1U2U IlirPW HIS HIBUS ro fii.j; ami tinning a specialty. Taylor, "T sitle of purgatory unless jou pay Alex. X. am! tueaonam ran arter him; second snot ' other things that be woutJ "knock every Motto i will not be undersold, een in la - ger cities. LoCIS ItOBENWATCK, nm fired at or near prescription case for your newspaper. tootb down his throat and break hie Q d A BATIXEFIELD INClOESr. & LTTUS, CARLISLE 1. P. Pabkfr, Low-dow.n JAMES H. BOWDEN, uhTchv: Tl. iiitiivtiii t al auvi .lifflnttr nrnir . cnl.n rtf Jlr. J. Libya, at thai, r..01-fw W i K toM him I w.uitod no trouble Mth litin, ami walked tint. Going up homo I fonml that was not yet ready, and uvt d- insr soir.o mate lies, I went hack to town, and had btepped into the drug store and was purehasinj? them when Ljio camp up from the jUUI sniu, -- come . rvnV ot thc storo act. I sture Rii-p- hit son I v in front of drad uen suooMnx comruenced Mea i Lyle. I beard no con cbtta was tw versation between tbea I sbuis To the best of ray knowledge the. drceued bad hia back to defrudani wfaea th 6rt rtoi ws Qred. mii ftf a I,, l i.i Miiiii '.'""""' i . .... "ir.i,""r;r:r;::.7 f. .... -- .Trt ,i, -- ,,,v .r tl. u,un .Ji vm3u, .. v , !. - '"," ,- ftbtxl knife, or a ).r int when Brlxenlh Ht ideutit.fd ksi.. be held it up petobbl iao. kleichnBi John Jones I remember oo one occasioa if teeine Lyle have a black oaallo kmft, weeks before tbe killing. s week or C B. Ktngi u -- I saw Britrndloe t9ir Wayaeana own aad pick np a knife like the oce StubbUfiti4-Drt.P'D' oallea to Dt were examine tue body tow shown mo among boxes and barrets . h Wo f d lhrW wonad9; 0De j in the 9'ore Stark- s-l bold iaqaeeL I m. rlahi 8hoMer. one frttctared the aeventlj M M. I harj lo minus, n nrj fir'n norrk ivfi b (SALE AKDUVERY STABLE ? FARIS & PArvKEI, HaTJng pttrebased the alalilc, horses and osttr OHtfit of V'. Ii. I'luarnc r to ooiitiaiie,tbe'bu8i'ncs.,1'3nJ'' Wf B?lf .ki " f ad gftle "HORSES, BUGGIES and HACK3. Jfc KENTUCKY STREET, XT' EEPS constantly on hand for hir M.k - tl, . ,.!. "' ZL. ihi-- h y ! hAlia. : .i ii.. ,i ...o . . - tie,Mrii, riJk .U th wounds 'l... 'liH thai notion ho enme .t,.,lll. fur meJieine: O.i f h that ha -.. - cnut ptroaaie-- prpe , Whartr.e br. Dr btnbblefieSd h. A. B. Testimony eaae a Mtionoam s cnnracier ror ea.e .i ocj rJvie was a mnch etrongcr :ua theu Me&. LATEST sty&s' iisr 7. DIESTELBRINK 1 i a-e- i -- , '- 1 i , ris T i it 1 Huu-o- n 1 1 . i &4i C VMW AU W 9Q Driisj Qoeds DRESS CX3TGHAM umw mm, nmm Family Groceries. lesti-tson- y .A?S.Tnr!&"l. .."""'i 1 i ! ; 1 - .- 1 w -- .- -.. -. -- ,-- i 1 -i- ?. .. . -- . .... ira mmn AND PLAIN PIQUA. a-- I JU BG ' ! 1 . i 1 . w - ' firt-clas- 4 , - MIXCZ-XEAA- T, I , t 1 I . , 1' - i 'om-ma. de d- t V, , -- office-seeker- CScs 1 - ; 1 mi-- . 7 , ' J. AMBEEG'S SOTS. 1 slv-ie- cc-i- e .V- 1 rrpie-sente- d m!-- 1 . v rA ta -- ! c 11 e- -l il- T , in-su- ite 3-!- 1 i - i - i - ha-- a t'-is .. '- 1 - -- 8'-i- ctc-- j O. B. u KINGMAN, salbr 1 of-- a fmc-turin- g otiac-SA'olle- n ge-riS- Sio j f 1 -- e iJv-nc- , j 1 H a r d vsm re, T m ware, ma nm mmmm id yfca H 1 eff-u-- ; , -- . . t 1 :' i FT1 , , , j j 1 s- u-a- i 1 a- -- . . t.-- .i, - I , 1 J ROOFI a d&c , ! U- , 1 4 fy' &t -- if "... & then rcent out of doora. After the shoot d n neck when I m?et him." I did not iag Meacham came out end went to (Voes ' hear Meacham say that he had come dowu Represectativ3 and Ei3 in?, and stood there, reloading pistol. I t kill Lyle. 1 did not hear Outsort say Fri-ato in Need. went in store, found Ljle lying on floor,) that he knew nothing about the case near the partition; soir three wounds, send for Coe While, that White waa is WaiUnftor ml two in back, and one in thigh; talked lo the house, and knew all about it. Bopresentauve William J. Stone, sifter the elootieg; he aeked me j am'a character for peace is good, tof Kentucks, lells an interesting H A. llornbtak to go home with him; he naked me what Heard Lyle s abuse of ray eTidenoe would be, and said that if I Meacham If Lyle male a threat as storv oi mo i site war wiueii can-- 1 reuld bft outof tbe way it would be a fo-- Meaobam left he dii not hear il. cents himself and one or two ror to bint When I found Lyle on floor, J. T. Gallovayl heard Lyle abuse others whom he would like to (Corner of Jack3on and KentockjrStreets,) 1 saw his body partially. 1 saw no weap Meacham. He made threats, called names, know. At tho battle of Cynthi- on about or on his body. 1 did not see pushed Meacham under the chin, &e. lo KmiIIv-- wriHU.l. nTm irir Iia waa bitn eiiasineJ, nor did I oxamine his talking to rPhite, he sa(d "I iatend to ed, and left for .lead upon tbe field. body. 1 gie the Jailer the clothing, beat him to death bef ire I aleep,r ss w uvti ino uuitie OcM I tid not see any weapon. coat rest aad pants, yesterday. s utcruuu me Croat hiamiHatwn L C. White I saw lb diffioolty. I Union troops were in possession! After firet quarrel, After, Of the field, a soldier of the vie- Lyle and White were tilking about the beard Lyle abusing Meacham. STOCK eo aad oat. Pine, stylish KIGS far aire. yUST OPENED, fus. Lvle said, "t will whip Meacham wards I was in drue store, and Lvle waa torious army passiug near and see-- ef TBRJia reatouable. Patronage solicited. ' - talking to rae about the matter. Lyle said, yet, tf he fools with me." Lyle was inclined lo be overbearing. Me&sbata has i "l will gel him yet.' Just aboat.that ing Stone I. ing upon tho ground the character of being peaoeahle. I enn't time Meacham come in. t said ''there be and perceiin" that tbero waa still w" ""V tell whit Lyle wns doing with hi" hands in." Lyle said to Meacham, come back t life in his bod, asked him if he oetSO-13have heard to his course so far as ( As want to can bo traced to the doorsr are atl!er t?,the 0,,,lin aVd ,MIsbnl At first shot; but he threw up his bands t hiked backsee you privately. hand tbey were not thirstv. Tho wounded Lyle bad his right to his beau, .urle was in front wbea ia bis from the disappointed olUce seek- Alkff hi Aft amntritr nr1 oniil man was able to answer in the af.. ..u..,, Me a oh am fired. If either spoke a word, w '" j til I1V.11 Ulli happy ers.1 Urinative, and was only too I did not tienr it. "you bave acted a G d d.'.n rascal consolation. WalUr HotsI wrs in store when shoot When ibe firet shot was fired, Lyle was when ho saw tho Union soldior re 1 stopped Jfr. feeing was Under the new revenue law the severalMeacham has resided here ing commenced, store standing oy cuun nearly shootingMeacham then wentat door turning with his canteen fiKod with . immediately after when MxVNOrACTURERSOF years, engaged in the fur ter. 1 went in began, water. Stono was giveu a drink county assessor will begiu listing Meacham went ih. Ssw coming out, niturc business, always regarded crcept Lyle, Meacham andno one in there met Meachamcase, an 1 found went behind of the contents, and then the Good Hw on the loth of September, aud a quiet, peaceable, good citizen. McLain. Lyle preseription Lyle lying complete his work on the 13th of Lyle Samaritan placed the canteen ith-ia A few months ago ho married and Meaehara started dew butcounter, it fire in back room. heard Tending ahead. Didn't see pistol Coart adreach of his wounded fo and December. The supervisors will city. twiee. I saw Lyle turn jast as pistol journed until Thursday morning told him to help himself whenever meet the firtt Monday in January. Miss Jessie Clantou, of this I fired. tor the purpose or impeachment, White he needed it. Just as lu was ft 3I13A CII The 6heriffor collector will receive was sssej, ii, tcivinz ume. piace anu eer- - i ,J tho tav hnnl.--s on tlm first. Vnmlnr! Our TOort-- r intor IfWetl ..in j and Meacham to lenvo another t..:.... o,l eau-- . . stepped, LyleiWis turn- liBivvil uavwawf utVH JI ' t saw Meacham at the scene of the kill-- a tne nround, and trieu to run after first ' tu.it approacneu, auu he in March. Assessors will be paid, the shooting 'tun 1 run. , that be wouldn't have missed beinz a wit g, and obtained his statement as shot, after second shot his comrade, asked it tlio uouietio-rat- e commission instead of 15 cents Gee. Uwent Thursday about 7 o'olock. nees to it for $500 that Meacham did were dead, and tho one who a list. The commission is H cents follows: B to hare killed and Meacham kill and for a house, owned I walkeJ in where Lyle Meacham bis he knew ought be was going to Lyleit, that Sfcbiiht the water replied that the 'I was afjent per $100 on the first million dollars . .- -..a.-,- v. were. Lyle was abusing do that that iaHen man was not dead, though and cents per .$100 on each ad- - ly niy brother, which was occupied abuse was very severe. After hearing it , he wanted to see Mcaeham cleared, and ditional million. The taxable pro-- hy Mr. Lyle. Ho was same four 1 started borne, ana on my way Meacbam tuat uts innuenee auu. money was at rlrxMilfnlly outulod. "Then stolid j Meacham's oonsmnntl, or language of that will bo dodd.'t perty of Nelson county is about months behind with the rent, and overtook me. I asked him "What wa? atide and ho soon To which witness answered He said he did not know purport? the matter? was the rcjoiner of thc $5,2o0,0C0, and the assessors will I received instructions to tho witdo he had never been abused so NO. In what if tho rent was not paid before;to that he did not want to violate tho ness said the redirect examination, were and raising his gnu, was about to feet that about $,100 for their work. that his first cspressions fto eject him. I spoke to Lyle law; that ha ought to have snick his knife of regret at the occurrence, but seeing empty its contents into tho body asked him why he didn't the oonrse of certain parties toward of his prostrate foe, when the ono Iianv people on earth richly ac- -' Tuesday in regard to the matter, into Lyle. dues-olpop him, and he answered that ''he did Meacham he did say that he was glad he who had brought succor prevented serve p'ensions, they are the brave ami he promised to pay Wo was a witness to the affair, to the liim antl said : "Then yon'll be tho r gaw h,m several times, and m not have anything te pop with." X3ST men who fought in the war with tJay; detail Lyle's Crott dine, ka. lie the afternoon hc was at my house abuse ef Witness care inbepeed htm lo end that justice mlgh I be he knew that next dead man." AttnatthewouU-lMexico. The National House, a did not say that certainly Meaehara, and murderer u ithdrow. Stouo wits Meacham intended to kill Lyle, or that majority of which are Democrats, fop a bucket of water.'bm lie said resent the insults. Meacham did net nothing abont payment. This s only said, '"don't lay your ne niu several tboosanu dollars to see f.rr.,i for bv the surgeons and his anything paesed a bill to pay these old veto- n hands on me any more." Meaeham's him eleared, but probably from what he life saved by amputating his leg a pension, but the Eepubli- - ternoon Thursday rilacetl for peaee Senate last week postponed l)ers m Constable Winsteads's character Mmrrtii and quietude is (toed had seen and heard, that one er the other at the hip joint. Since tliat oay no te killed. first did J. B. Has been searching for tho man hands to be served upon him, as trouble. Was sitting innot witness store-- wouldlirixattmr y indefinitelv the bill, aud will favor atn .v.I-irfcnf P.,1 frost of menu in nceti, out. x lw1 bce" "'strutted to (lo by my a bilr making dependence aud dis- occurred. 1 here were 5 i ton. The eveniiip of tli uliatinp- afiplWUO was his AND hen PATENT ability the necessary onaliflcations urotner. ... About lour o'clock a boy shots fired. I first an i two menr ..who. the first fuss, I met Lyle in drue: store, fans far bas been unsaccesstm .1 whoasrfed a talk i'h me piui-- ui pt a pension er. HOW these Re- - came to ui ..iaaa7I.nnsiIlCSS ami were moving uown ne nouse. r t esi Lyle denounced Meacham Ia that talk in the search. Lt may be that tho bitterly, AH publicans do bate to pay pensions told me that some oneat Huston's s&w a man reel and fail, and went to said he intended to whip htm yet, and Dnion soldier aiterwaru vieiueu up Sflfporls op ., &c, his Hfo on some battle-fielmm.anuiounu i pAl,i; U L U II P II M C 0 Druir Store wished toZann me. I JmoK to Southern wva W u 0 .Htir " b fn n ni au novl m uo k'Tcm ici went down and askedMwho v 3 it "r. ' A., i nanl ,tn..laAhnm ,rtiltt. inu 4b spprocning, nun. askea me ito get So,ne army hospital. . t .i w, ..o.i ttceman uvie ?c nn TfAllont tvtiP of , is reported that Seuators that sent for me, and.was told that di I it to protect myself.'' He asked me policeman out of the way, so that he could l J t Beck and Blackburn are at outs. Lyle wanted me but that he was if Lvle was hurt muoii; I lld him that h hare a aooil opportunity to ive Meacham n A ffOOtl soldier, iX gODtt Cltl.eu antl member of zol one. This I refused to do, and advised 'OOn Democratic They split on Mrs. Thompson's ap- not in. T went back tomy store, bad killed him. .asrx.-w Crott The character of defeadanl for i Kfi'mst &8v further trouble. The next Congress. . . pointment to be postmaster at having some work to dohind i the I ' nV.IIISIC, . oAnf I.I. III. kr.UA Ih. wwtei.E . . never .An.n4 quietude is good. nMV I .W ... ..W.JV, ...v Louisville. It is aflo said that evening as I was pasirn thc drug peace sandLyle having a difficultyI either. of the ktllinB. Thero were a nnmber a' AT.EXAKDBS, CierK 111 ; jriji r; i nytps rp K5v LT.-.f'p'ccPtri? iSBai-sii ism heard of I Ultu I Mil i tteLLO Mr. Blackbarn will fight 3ir. store on my w.y homejLylo called d John Taylor I met Meaeham et Cross others iB house and exawiuins around I 'fUoXnttnlviHe PostoffifC, W Beck's to tho Senate. to mo to come over hgjhe wished ing, afterthc shooting. He Hid h whs found a leHK blade! knife near a bos'iikjf,i robbing the mail's. He is P ; rn.ro i.ti tan jcn laentinei Kniie i to see rae. I went over, to where defendine himself. Squire Munell askinmf tf &c. S:c., S:c. iivoi. biio aim i.:.. .w...... u.r. &.c, &c, &c. ilnii, htaa Iyim .ap. ..-- haek a the one he 'IU Uxfrom mo nrii? ' Ue The Murray Sews, of Thursday ho was standing-- wheajho immedi- - ed him " H'by he shot the man ? shame and trouble. "To kill him." Squire Mtrreil found. He did BOt know to whom the ' Cnti says: "On fast Friday morning atMy began to abuseinc. putting IJmr li.iC lulnn.ail or Lair ll r& Mr. J.R.Bnrkeen, of Aurora, .Ma- ins nsi in my i:tt ,anunppjMuTepi told him lie had dene it; and he said, Knife had lobaeco stain oa it. Meaeiaisf !i. m N. Walker, editor of thej "Boomei-aiif,"AH right he would de it again." Ie-- , . . sptnt STv-- g filW at any hoar, dy or iglit. King nllt bell after 10 o'clock rshall eaanty, Ky., committed sui- thets to me calciiIatcflSfeoVraratc sr u t ii raetex id gwi. 1 never "? ? n..AUM. ' fendant's jrrx"""a..i hiys in lucktnan tats week. p. cide by taking opium. mat. bv nasi wrvx - ret IWU3 ijie onto countitltlHlofajlU0St . liny1 heard of Lyle juving n diMoulty Wfer'. II. .. VW Tf Jury or Isqeoet. The "Win go Purchase savs: The deceased, J. T. Lyle. came "The question is beinir asked whether or not Capt. Stone will here from CIarksvilIe,Tenn.,about have any opposition in thc race for a year ago, and engaged in tobacentered Congres this fall. Wo are inclined co bujmg, antl last tall McOlsiin jthe drug firm of Ilntson, o tho opinion that he will not, as ho is one of the best working & Co. After a few months, Ilutson retired from the firm, which members of the present Congress. By his devotion to his duties ho afterwaid was styled MeClain & has won the respect, of his fellow iLyle; and after a few days this by members and all others who eomo firm made an assignment, Hewhich was Lyle lost all his money. in contact with him. lie has rea married man and leaves a widow sorted to no tricks of the demagogue nor pandered to the whims and one little girl baby, only sis. Our heart or of no individual. Custom as well as is seven months old.widow in this sad for the young justice demands that he should be endorsed. All tho objections we 'her hour of supreniest sorrow. , t Stoo , J Meaeh-defenda- nt ;MflW mn w wu ! i Liver? W Ul M El, Gro series, j 1 v a SIOKMAWj xox All kind? of Farm Machinery. Views. Itanlemeata, Waeon", lc. retiairel on short notiee and workmanlike manner. JKKew Wagon, &c. titada tt order. mar5 KENTUCKY, j whaw 25cts Lower than tlie Lowo3 have ne clerk oxpensss no store ren and pi!y cash for all ray Groceries, and herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon tlie t ar Flour, 25 cents cheapcr-thaJOHN WITTING. I n J "e t W. G. KXN&MAN - lo-- v 36 V ! KK UI T. vl ISt i nnil ""' - " " HERTWEGK, BALTZSRBarv5fi -. 'S,j-SiPaScig- & CO, HOW TO SAVE bJONEY. We are Wholesale Headquarters tor at j ba--k- grades of CB8W1X&, n eross-examioati- on, -- d ! Mr W W otabuttt .iuiihiiir j sJl and will job to de ilers only prices; also the WIM mm d factory at GUARS , li 1 .. ' .. (..... , -- the but iu the market. We aluo keep constantly on hand a choice selection nf Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Fruits, which we will sell very low for the cash. Please call and see us. j re--- el-g- et uow-como- r, Hickmans - Sfi Kentucky, Vl7J'-iMt9iima-- Saddlery aijd Harness . 1 d J.- W. COWG1LL IE ALEE PLOpER - & FARRIF, m Jackson- St., opposite Courier Office - - RT. HICKMAN, - te-sc- af-ran- pit-ca- DRUGS, 1 trusses X Harness. New work made Prompt attention given lo t WELL selected stock of Saddles and to order. it - u 1 a. -- r T pP.8 1 11 it , ,".. VI i Reprus.ut, '"", mi Mn of any kind. He htis secured the services of that well known an! excellent workman, Uncle Cob Farriss, which of Itself is a guarantee of good and faithful work. SEl'AIKISG 3? O S3 get your Blacksmithing and asb&rg' & tf Obion apr24 AND lLliSTT S ) J. F. GEAY. J. 0. PAETLOW. 2 general M C. And Repairing done at . J j $ on 3um. j. s motto. cos., ( Corner - m. juhj; " EIOSMAN, Good Work and Exchange Streets,) KY. at - Rock-botto- Prices. a specialty.- Oar -! L-S- vs!sJ - .... -- Proriptis flJ!ILL, WORK mar2C-t- f JOHNF. GKAY&CO, b i '. ' 4 KM tft V-- h?sr K2BJ