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Vgky ..U ' i-- - ' ,.", ' i iafesSSntucky.-- . " j 1 1 r-fi-v l' , " HUGE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.5a BLOOD AT BELFAST. TTho ESTABLISH ED 4S59. CURED BY FAITH, The Kcmurkable Itccotery or Yoonff Woman Who Had lleen Two Years In Hod. i inniMT.xr t rr- - , - "" " " v jx ui il vv i.i . l, iv FJilGHTFUL STOinr. Galveston, Toxns, Bocomes Island. u vAv.B,"ir M . i' T, T ' - - : . "f ;T I1.. Hi M - xtter-hieadM- - - ,- - S , 1 if- - . " ii' r rii 'f ifvn f- ?"'. Vf - ' h. -- v ri. a iiTrri i v' ,w" -- "3X-.- V. 4 rjr' ii intationb.etc,.; etc.. ,-.- -. ac i - -- . - . WATERSPOUT. 3ftIXTffNGMsS. 1 soj SWttuBeftsIon. i. WAsacraTOH, JuWa-SrAw-Ablll --, s Merciless Mob Continues Ito Murderous "Work. and t ? .Another Night of Terror Thieves Thus Compose tho Bloodthirsty Throng. ll.--Tb- e if fc was probably tho most desperate since tha commencement of tho trouble. All night 3ong tho mob fought tho polico, and tha latter had hard work in several conflicts with desperate rioters to hold their ground, ."but they finally, in almost every instance, .succeeded in scattering the rioters. Tho mob for tlio most part consisted of tha lowest clo.ss of ruffians obtainable in tho city. Tho greatest damago last night was done m the vicinity of the Shank Hill and ork Roads. Tho rioters fought in these places with the Operation of madmen. Although the T.olico charged on bayonets, l!omnr?li,timM Wlth 'finally rallied in force and.Bronnrt and steadily beat back the police. 1 retreating, a last the mob, tho polico fired volleys of buckshot into its tb fect th" Si,fS,ofM,tit?eSpit Belfast, Juno fighting between the Orange mob and tho olico last night, fla nJ fcv. .Men l'nim Ohio Invading lLer had tired Waters A Halt Called. dispersed. In Emn, Tv., Juno 13- .- A legal contest of " tlle mol used stones crom fifteen to twentv ,r ra'jirons small arms. Tho pounds large proportions will be commenced hero fiends between the authorities of Pennbeen ,"ttuck"l the firemen c Iii ?d out to battle with thewho hadwhich sylvania and tho ound-ne- t fishermen, flames Vero consuming several buildimrs fired bv which will mot likelv drive nn interest f'JQO.OUO from flirt irntnn, f Inbn the rioters. They stoned tho firemen when- - . WOrtb bordering on Pennsylvania. The acever thev COt within reach nd rreatlv re-"turded them in tho work of quenching tho tion is commenced by Attorney-Genera- l flames. Dozens of eye witnesses state that Cissidv. of Pennsylvania, who alleges tho mob was composed of thieves and that the pound-ne- t mostthugs, who looted private dwellings, stores, ly from Ohio, Lave monopolized an etc.. and carried off all valuables they inherent right of all citizens to Many ot them could be eeu strug- fish in waters of Lake Erie, are a common gling off in the darkness with bundles nuisance, obstructing navigation and deof nil kiuds, composed of their stroying unmarketal.le fish indiscriminategam. Tho Catholic residents ly. The pound net fisheries cover thirtv-thre- e acres, and ibrnu-- h their lmmensiiv .are in a statoof terror borderiug on frenzy, t and are afraid to venture abroad, oven to have now forced the fishermen, ii purchase the necessaries of life. Scores of interest worth l,cUU.000, out of the trade, but have almost depopulated the waters' Catholics were shot down last evening by the blood thirst- - rioters. Ten were ad- of Lake Erie nt this portoffc.me fish. mitted to the hospitals for treat- Ureat indignation exists among citizens KING LUDWIG. ment. Comparative quiet reigned this against th pound-ne- t men. The latter morning, but fears are entertained that have armed forces watching their nets. Tho .lluil .'Moiiiircli, lmiN HI- Krr.itlo the noting will be renewed during the fu- courts will by aked to restrain the pound-ne- t Curror lv it Leap Into tlio likc. men from fishiug in Pennsylvanerals of the victims. nia waters. MfNicii, Juno 14. Ludwig II, who was Frightened by Fenians. recently dfposed from tho Bavarian throne, A GIGANTIC SCHEMK committed suicide at 0 o'clock yesterday Ottawa, O.nt., June 11. The report that Fenians, owing to of the Homo Texas Cattlemen form an Organization for evening, while his attendants wore motho 1'urpose or Sinking Wo IN in 2lule bill, contemplated an attack on the mentarily off their guard. Tho King wai the Drouth Districts. "Canadian frontier, has created great promeiwling in tho park surrounding Herg Cor.rcs Ciikisti, Tkx., June here. Several members of tho Castle. Dr. Gudden, the attending physiin this section, profiting by dear ex- cian, was also in tho park, militia force in this city attached significance to it, owing to the hurried visit perience, resulting from tho recent disaspatient- - Tho King, awaiting a favorablrt trous drouth, hnvo organized an association moment, paid to the militia department mado a dash for Lnku ( astlo on with a common fund, for tho purpose of ' Weinberg, which the by Lieutenant-Colone- l Straubenzie, grounds are situated, and throw htm- ant-General of the Fifth Military sikins wells at reznlnr intorric .. th He l0" ubtf,ct' with at Montreal. vast pastures lying we.--t of here to tho Rio , S011 ",l miss ed water. doctor,was almostby the instantly who immeI ho latter gentleman escaped the inter- Grande. The undertakinn- ic r.;qn,.n diatolygave the alaimaiiddashetl off after viewers, and after accomplishing his busi- the value of such wells ran hnori...v! cuarge. ii.e latter. Imwovor. ness returned home by tho evening train. millions of dollars. A dozen wpIIs have uis The intelligence of the alleged plans of tho already lieen dug and good water found. r a bed the Inhc before an one o il t r p him. and wti n the invaders was given by an otlicer from a. at an average depth of forty feet. bad the edo .f the lake the King w n frontier countw whnmmntn W.UUMUIUUU As the diggers get further west it is calcu- - r ir ". .x Arnni i.,i latea mat artesian wells will have .' . T ,tr,nf, "g n the wntor The si. ran ntaitiu mac ne naa linjitestable evidoiii ijjiUi ,thti lake in holies of rptrinnpn J a jg eneetiiat int. L.eadinjT cattle and sh SikTT. .n?rtSi wKEf nnlie.v Tl. a.iwu .1 l l. .. J w ii oth roads until n g and wrecking Lou- -. -' 2h'ZT, .,!J .i : "T.W'i njsorr.uieu liniM cinn Vue e Mattoox, III., Juno 13. A remarkable case of faith euro has boon effected near Tolono during tho past week. Miss Jessio Crawford, a young lady about twenty-tw- o years of age, has for tho past two years been confined to her room and most of the time to her bed, with spinal disease, which was tho result of too close application to study while attending school. She was a student of moTe than ordinary ability, and was so ambitious to reach the top round of the ladder that she neglected to tako recreation ncccary for the preservation of her health. She has always lived a true Christian lift1, pos. sesing great faith in God, and for soma time, past has firmly believed that her case might Iks cured by prayer. Thursday she requested that n number of her Mends meet and prny for her recovery. Tho meeting took place tho same evening, when fervent prayers were offered for tho 6ick,girl. On tho morning following sho arose i'Rhile tho family were at breakfast, dressed herself, went down stairs, making thaffirst step taken in nearly two vears, and entered tho dining room. "The astonishment nnd joy of the family were unbounded at her sudden recoverv, for she seemed perfectly-well- . Saturdnj- - she paid n visit to a friend, and attended church, to theigrent surprise of her friends who had not already heard of her regained health. to-da- j- an Dotrnctlio Storm in North Carolina Itrooks Hoii-rsMii- " lSeooiim ICilglllg for Trn Hnurta le, Having n SPr,I of ftlti allies an Hour, Sueeps Over tlio City. Tbxas, Juno U.- -A violent giile m about sundown Inst evening fiom tho east, and increased in fury until four o'clock this morning, when it was at lU height, registering fifty miles an hour. At the same time torrents of rain foil, nml nt da break tho water was rising rapidly tall around the city. Th- shifting, of tlio wind to iu.ti-nM- t nt nine o'elockiavod tho city from being completely inundated. Tho water of tho bay had at this time risen so us to submerge tho wharves and tho lowi-ends of tho streets. All means of communication with the mninland was cut oil until afternoon. Tho Missouri i acme was tho lirst road to get a train out. Two in no oi uie uuii, Loiomdo and Santa re railroad track, approaching tl o long bridge over the bay, is v. ashed aw ay, nnd it will take a week's time to repair the damage. The road will usi the Missouri Pucifio track meanwhile. Tlio damago on the island, on tho Gulf side, amounts to many thousand dollars. The track of tho Gulf C ty street railway is Mashed owav and a number of bath houses on the beai-were carried away. Shipping is not seriously damaged. Largo vessels, took tho precaution to weigh anchor nnd stand out to sen. and rido out tho storm in ufety. St. I.i is, June 14- .- A sevpre wiud Ktorin prevailed in Texas !nst night and earh this moiniiig. and it is feared great damage has lieen done No particulars are obtainable, owing to the fact that telegraphic commut nication has been severed since seven this morning. At that hoar Galveston reported tho wind blowing nt the rato of sixty miles an hour. The lower part of the island on which tho city of Galveston is situated was under watr. Lathi;. Commuuicat'on with Galveston has not yet lieen restored. It neem- that the stoim this morning suopt away iMtrions of the two bridges which fpan l!ny, nnd swept away every telegraph line runuing into Galveston; and the is completely cat off from railroad and telegraph communication. M-- Gmvi-ston-- , t - r " NEW FISHERIES TROUBLE. Pound-Not Tenn-K.rltuu- l.i 7 ,ao ri0t . half-pan- -t ail-gott- Gnl-vest- on gill-ne- to-da- y sto k Swept Away ami Crojis Destroyed. Aunviixn, N. C, June 10. A burst over Marshall yesterday afternoon nnd tho most terrific" ruin fell upon tho surrounding country that has been witnessed within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. Houses fell before tho advancing flood, cattle were swept away nnd drowned and tho crops throughout tho region roundabout were destroyed. A pufiy Htroam, known as Rugby Kun. ordinnnly three or four feet wide, became a raging river, overflowing its banks nnd sweeping nwny every thing movable thutciiit wit itn it rench. fortunately no loss of life is reported. . Ono of the most exciting inci- ui i.ius.oijh was ine narrow escape of a train tlilcd with nassenpors. Tu-- ..- smnii iiichks in mo tracK hnl occurred licfore tl e train reached but by proceeding cautiously they had been passed in safety. At Aslfeville" j our correspondent Uianled the train. It was tieii just fi o'clock, and the rain was pouring down in torrents. Progress was slow, the engineer narrowly scanning every foot of the track ahead before trusting the train to it. Just before reaching ilurshall. however, a part of the track slipped awuy almost in front of tho advancing tinin. "Tlio brakes were instantly applied and the train was brought to a standstill only just in time. A consultation bv the train officers was held, nnd it was decided to return to the last station. Here, however, a fresh diflioultv occurred. A mountain stivarn, which flvo minutes before the train had crossed in safety, was now a rnging torrent, piling driftwood. house timber, and huge 1kw Mors uj,on the track in hopeless contusion. Tin? road bed was on tho margiu of the rivor, the turnpike road being on the other side, the mountain rising behind it. On the river side the embankment was rapidly crumbling away and train and passengers tied in consternntton. Alroadvthe track wo covered and the water was rising at tho rate of six inches n minute. Heavy lop wore thrown, crashing against tho wdes of the oars, threatening to push them' from the trad. Volunteers wore called for, and there was a generous lesix.iise, ajl hands do, ng their best to clour nnav tho obstructions. This done, the engineer, Mr. Clark, bravely drove the tram through tho waters over a track that was actually melting away to a place of safety. Murphy, tbo conductor, said aftor-ard that be had never spent such a moment of danger tn all his years of railway experience. wnt-r-Epo...-...- liltlTs i "r- - atmg aaaddltional Secrotarr o'fthcTreasury has been a pood healthy demand for a3 jyportcd- - and plaeed'eii tho calendar. both Burley and dark and heavy tobaccos, Mr. Dawes offered a resolution, culling upon and this has extended to all the kinds and r tb? Treasury-Toall papers grades on offer. PInnting has made better and Information connected with the o progress, and tho state of planting is to-d- aj bn'lci period on whisky. not far behind the average. TheClarks-vill- e ConsKterllion or the bill for tho rolfef of tho and western districts have probably Annapolis cadets' was then resumed, Mr. upon Decoration Dav. Postmasfer: -- 'liutineaouioAjBispiain man of Illinois Jfntlniilng his remarks in about 70 per cent, of the crop planted, tha General Vilas dpAvcnns- aatUflectihir.- - was IBMd on "tliejPiSneat kev of mnnhnnrf to lay the bill on the table Green river district about 35(240 percent, ninstBKtcd in tho wis nnally cag"ed byn viva voce vote The uiuau-uilliuu- u nuu UIIUlillK. vwviu. -tUpMatW, : 's cost, fad eajovea art ofwurst the Ohio' river districts about 2o50 per a subaltern's StnatoyiienQTroceeded with bills on tho from .which tho 'follow! KLS m.jLiiMJie uv K!)frunH in hi 7?my, lie recognized his pnvato calendar.-- KAmonir tho measures Ln' .! ' -- L?-a --vm? iflMicrsa ir""-v- " the nrotfer cent., and the districts east of Lotiisrille visectl e tJwfcfoliiwiufr&sA. Mil to'nuthor--J selected i. Vv" jming it J about 3540 per cent. Showery) spells are Ii oil izikj usscrcwiTy em i newireasu ry ro jsouye, yy'Mr. I'n ilfi m ii -" " n- cro- -' yVX extcn-lIoni?flh- home and frJeWaad an honorable lir among hiseiWiwaaoH were the measure ol riie Itroad .ami. JfTt,herly Sentiment, hi wishes and hVhopia.'. Nothlntr t AVhliJi I'errdaeatVaftmaster - General tbo wiadom of ft 'tfcoK&r sneo an utread presaged hit then VllaV Grand Qratloa on Decorath impondmir sraiw w Ohl happy Und of " D:iyHuiior to tho Forgiving, BnM freenienJvJn why unpretentious homes, in wlM contentment,Vfsplalng pomp and show, Conquerors anIIIouor to tin equal to any noed 'lTeerocfl "and vuuijiicrcu luuucr (oniuos (i and rcadyor aa4kxicenco! Whatever the XLv 3fcCleIlun anil llanppclc perilous conJetawhether the alarms of .y wardemaatHhe ciUtuerliur General, or riant Pnjsitleat ClcVelantl and hi fearless, attenIedthb raeutinp: at tho JLc ftMQV Chief . MiwtMMpi! there la hepulasnnt found. ice, amon the of Music, New York, which wajsheld ,1-- A UNITED PEOPLED J B MB . THE:COMMOpiVVEALTH. Louisville Loaf Tobaoc Market. The market has not aei$loped any , ijrn-mar- Kea m, Wef!r im- - r -- 7 f-- portant change offeatunT or tendency-Ther- e js MltT wr-- Tmen , -- clna. - . """ Ashi-viUe- . fos oUU-inl- s l'ai-tui- n w afterward reconfrMCredfoi-th- o nurposuof eimrodoent. A bill for the appointment of aconunVshn to Investigate ulieseil discoveries of rte 6iecine causes of yellow fever TboSenaUrpfusod to pnss a bill uuthonzinsr JJeutcnnnt Miinnuc to accept a di from tho Rnperor of China lor uetuiff us torpedo instructor. Hoi-se.-Senate hill wns passed for the relief of (Jester A ArthurnndWm.il We Collectors of Customs Tor New York. Tld measure cancels technical deficiencies to their accounts with the Mr. Kelley culled up ns a privileged qiestlon the motion submitted by him jcerdny to exchange from the of Mr. Wheeler, record tho speech or Alatflina, upon M. i:. Stuntou. After alfenso of the WnrSorrvtar by resolution was referred to the tb' CoinmittOMin Kules. The Legislative appropriation till wa-- . taken up. The Piilon Pacific extenson Mil being a continuing special order, itsfricnds did not try to get a oto today, spffcho nuule on the civil service niiicnJrniit until 5 p. in., when the House adjourned.' Washjsgton. June P. Senate After routinclnisiiiess, hills on the calendar wore considefd under the rule. The bill to rcpenl the Civil Service law was cnllod up. but on a motion to postpone it indefinitely wis objected to, and t lie matter went over. Tie bill providing for the purchase of the pormit of General George II. Thomas IHilntcd by General Price, was passed, together 'th a number of other measure. Tiie Sente ndjourued at ! p m Hoi St The legiHlntivo appropriation bill w as cotfi'lered in general debate, continuing thodisftissmn of ctenlny on the civil service micndnient. At I :AU o'clock the general debate a closed by agreement. The reading uMhc I. Ill was then commenced. Mr. Morrista ruNcd the point of order against the words "in full compensation" where tlicr oeoirred in tho general appropriation clause. ltob-ertso- n. t. five-minuW"Ai!n.-frro.v.June 10. tine busliess RISEN FROM THE DEA.D. I.oft Tor Dead Inn Vault and round AlIo JZIght D..y Alter A Str.iugo Story. Toi.kdo, O., Juno 10. A most remarkable story wa mado public to thij effect: A youug Irishman named Melu-tyr- e, to-da- y, thc-tfefe- waU-hingth- u Adjut- iiead-qunrte- rs - i,J l roi h.-- ,u-- -- d.M-t--.r AUIOE i niicl of Uetroit, married a young lady of this city ustm-Cunningham. He died in Detroit u few days ago, and his remains were placed in a vault. Eight days later his uncle visited tho vault to remove tho body for interment, ho when was hoinfi.-to see re sitting upon his collin very pale and weak His hands were terribly lac orated and bleeding from breaking out oi iiib coiun inrougn ino glass piateoyer ins lace. iVi removed tn liKa-Milt- a.: d t f A DWwtest 0cial'sSentencc. CeBty,' this iiurBBQsea Tmauncu niucu a CTNrrN.VATf?f Juno Herrmann, n Thr outputtof 'or TTnrtBnrBTarliiii dence to such a story." remarked horses is'cstimaftd ntftbuble tho number City Infirmary boodlor relieved h.s tho thoy of the colonel; if "however, In Judge Maxwells cart come," ho added, with n grim smile, '"they horses previous years. This ought to mako Herrcheap at Chicago, St. Louis and tho w ill bo given u warm reception. In the first mann wns brought in alia, k from wen unEast. place, we were never better prepared. ThouHi- Honor known sjot, and appear dlf-rsands ofmennnderourpre-en- t system could ready to enter u pica to tho six indictments A WOMAN'S GOOD LUCK. bo called out on a few hour's notice, supplies are plentiful and every thing is in readi- Mrs. Vinlng, or .St. I.ouls, To He Paid found against him. Ho pleaded guilty to them nil unconditionally. The court thereness from the Gatling gun downward." One Million Dollars from the Trench upon proceeded to sentence him. Ho was "Ls there a likelihood of trouble later onl" Claims. given two veais in tho penitentiary for each '1 do not know, but think not. You must offense, making tho term of his Imprisonremember wo have England nt our back. St. Loris, June 13. Mrs. Samuol L. ip a foe not to bo despised, even by She residing nt No. ;13 St. Louis avenue, ment twelve yenrs. The words of the were hardly uttered when his attorAmerica." has received from Secretary of State Bay- neys, Messrs. Goodman ami Miller, served ard information to the effect that she is notice upon Prosecutor Pugh that they He Read the Dime Novel Too Much. about to receive from tho United States would apply to the Governor for a pardon. Madiso.v, Wis., June 11. A young bachTreasurer 1,0(0,000 awarded by the Court elor farmer named Win. Ross, who is an of Claims under tho terms of tho French Horrible Experience in an Asylum. inveterato reader of sensational literature, spoliation bill. Mrs. Vining has prudently iM'iANAroi.is. Im., June 15. Dr. A.J. has been arrested nnd lodged in jail for retained possession of her claim during all Houghton, of Kdox County, Ind., claim-- i highway robbery. Ross lives near Dana tho uncertainty of its ever being paid, and Station, and several nights ago entcrod tho now congratulates herself that sho has not that he was for teu months confined in tho station equipped with sombrero, musk and disposed of it, as some others have theirs, public insane asylum, at Buffalo, N. Y., spurs and compelled the agent to deliver for what shrew d lawyers were willing to and cruelly treated. Ho was returned to give. . sen-tenc- o - o rnn oho rw"ivf ivcure. risen -, ine ueau. "'c.'iv v which became public ltci ortvrs visited tho house, lut tho lumm diovo tlum awaj , refusing t su nm tbitijj about the case The first one to can saw M- - latere himself, iook'ug pale and as if just icoiveriiig from illness, hut as soon us ho discovered the reporter's mission he ab . -to-dn- mr " a ,Tl7vf.lnr art rt T'Ts,v5l . - ing retniirrs from railroad companies w hich have recti ved subsidies on'Iand grunts from Congress, It was passed without referenco to any eouimittre by a vote of 37 to 1.1. The agricultural bill wns then taken up und pasKd sutetuutinllv a It came from the committee. Mr. McPherson Introduced a bill to ipca-asthe naval establishment, c appropriating Sfi.tiVXO. The N'onhi m forfeiture bill was laid before the Senate. Mt Ihddleberger insisted on a vote on the qufrtion of taking up his against Executive sessions. The Senate it u jeass. mijsia. Mr. Cook-rol- l offend an umeiulinent to the forfeiture bill for filing all lauds not arned within the tiine.rcqtirfd by the granting aet. The bill nnd'auionlinent were then ordered prmt-d- . (lumotio of Mr Haw lev. it wns agreed to recansidetthe vote on Senator Ileck s bill, passed enrlt nn the day. iHlar.-in- o ienne-e-o meinbers onn- mi hoiir dis(u"Sng the nUcgt-- l oo) funds by Senator y was liovtv pr e Pu-citln Mr. Ileck called up his bill to prohibit members of Congress from accept- Senate. After rou- tLimt aud dreadful war was ccrtalu: have to hallowed graves and celebrated witli tho tender rito of fiowers me the vastness of the territory and forces to be vanquished seemed apaillng: nowhere progmotuory of tho Nat on s saviors And now mado; that wo are gathered by prayer, by sons' and ress public and. though resolute of purpos. mind was heavily oppressed. Who, speech to fittingly Hnh our shuro tu the hon- the ored ceremonial, the spirit of tho day rules who. and where is he. who ehall lead tho armyoi our rescuer was tho qestlon which tortho thought and points the theme A quarter of a century has sunk into the gravo of time moniea tnought, whil clouds of doubt and since the dread alarm of civil war rang "iV "u,1 over.an. eu rovcrbcrtcd on the kky from far-of- f through our land. A now era has begun, a artillery n Buuuen.tno uucxprcicu uiuiwcrui new yonorntlon is upon the stage of hie Voil see now everywhere. In all your daily walks, leiniessec. and, voicing all tho .Nation spray. active men, whose hands are on tho levers of ci3 uuu nope, rung tho vicior.ous cemanu oiaffairs, who carry no useless memory of the me -unknown citizen of Galena to his cnuneventt of those direful years, llv many a i. j cusmr; . rooming .nm... uiieonuuionai ... ma ln,nDrlla,1.. f tlres.de. umid circles of blooming children, on your works. Soon Shiloh's two days' sit happy mothers who can tell of the great uame came, and through the desperato and war but us a troublous atlrightinrnt of their bloody childhood Of our pre-epopulation, more, Gram's turmoil of that flrst great field-figunbending splnt hold commanding bv millions, were in that period not existent representing the hero or possess no remembr.imoof its scenes, sway,of nnd, prophetically wrought through field tho entire war, he than all, ot every class and age. then within the threatened victory. Tno the compass of the Cn'on. History has fore- country saw rum to complete now, but mill closed upon jour great nehieeinents. com- tary pedantryits desired leader envy threw unjust tolu and rades, and to tha Nation of they are as a tale to bo told. Sw ftly, oh: how swiftly, do about him, and ftttered his ascendency. Nev the actors or that mighty drama now Ull er wore tho riches or his diameter moroclear useful. true patriot, he lrom tho column or living men. Yet a row andno clamor The cares and counselsdisturbed of thoa the years more, and none shall be to bar person- by al witness to tho children ot the great Hepub- - abovo him: ublotn irrandly lead, he wns hon- wrought subordinate: noblr patient, he tiv ui mo iryiiij? nours oi ncr aeuverunce, on for his country as best h might, aud wait"It Is n duty nnd a privilege of two-foled for hM dav. value to recount and emphasize tho features he wai "It camo. Restored of the patriotism, purposes und grand results pointed to Vicksburg. to command, Impress There lay the by which our 1'iiion soldiers gained their nablo town, intrenched ou the curving hill, title to the veneration of their countrymen defiantly and securely guarding the great and the world; first, to them, in tho keeping of supply from thu their ngbtrui glory bright and pure; and then highways of Confederate had made Its accesi to liviug men and to our children, by emulous rich Southwest Nature practically Imposby un nrm from the North quickening nnd bettor understanding of the sible, and oven succeisfully uuproached .1 if love and duty due our country. was deemed havH "It is not from their soldiership alone that compared the Invincible. Hxpcrts whoSebas-tapo- l twoby observation affirm the shconof their reuo m is so bright: their to have been weaker In dcfcnsibillty. labors, nrivnt oils und dreadful Bufferings, During Intense mouths of trial Grant their valorous courage and gallant deeds in essayed to approach It with his army bv arms, for these were not distinctive m their every route daring Ingenuity could ennoblement These they shared with their t adversaries whose o.d ershlp. approved on devise. Into vain. Nature lent her nppnr-cn-to aid dlcomtll him: in truth, many a nnrd fought and bloody tield. worth-ll- y glorits compotes for its equal place ou tho page niesfrom his undaunted brain the most chains ot Castlnr off of military fume, ilerond tho soldier s quali- ious conscoptlou and led by the inward light military teaching, ties, though unsurpassed in them, the men of genius, ho gathered his reliant men who wrought by arm tho salvation of this around him, intrepidly cut loose from supply Government raise nobler cluim to gratitude or succor, sprang suddenly aeros the great and remembrance in tho unselfish chlvairic river Into a the midst spirit of their sacntlco for tho llbertr and outnumbering enemy. ofHo (urroundlug nnd instantly struck of man. nnd In the vnt. tho foe on the tleldof KortiGlbsoii, nnd thereby benefit bestowed by them on their Grand Gulf fell. Then, like the rapid lightcountrymen. Their meed ot praise rets ou ning of a fearful storm, at Itaymond, at Jack-on- , their acceptance of conditions never b"fore Champion's Hills, at the rs; conditions exigent river, nt hurled tho bolts of war on thislilack Imposed In human affa ho sido of more generous, national and on that against tho amazed and divided und personal sacrifice for fruits to bo gath- adversary, wou the four battles in six days, ered chielly by other men in after times within the routed than liberty or philanthropy ver demanded, und drovo his corralledfragments or war. their prisoners or it hud entered Into tho heart ot man to ramparts, now securely com"Having concotve could be offered by any numerous munication bv tho river, wide spread people to such a cause aloue. In ceive from tho commanderheutwns able to reWashington an tho calm of history, now that the clouds of order to forbear attempting the campaign he contemporaneous turmoil have disappeared, had won lilcss Heaven we may distinguish, in clear view, 'the and tho distance between for tho difference the generul in the height of tho great argument' to which their closet and the general In the fleldl It enabled kouls responded Grunt to make his country a birthday gift of " I havo spoken of these facts In the NaVicksburg.wlth more guns and prisoners than tion s hlstorj as peculiar titles of honor to tho ever before were yielded with a captured of the t mon Itut. comrades, it it dissevesd the Confederacy, and. wouid be false as vain glorious to nrrogate ns city JHeuile rfdttrrent victory, nrst gave a:ai,.?j.'iy.vmureor me-- o honors Thev witn tfr?. of rH-ai-yqtI:hF5- Itrtotls.t.U ,,. S-.... a. -.. i repa-rcnt to-dly d g soi-licr- s m. ..i-...g- lormepast. in odorous . ..... parades, wiiwmuslc und with banners, with tnn? mm.i . MinnnlnAWffinn Pronanitinn. pomp and show, nmid everv foiinn of honor, tho ieopIe of tlio Nation ful anticipation or quick result had disappeared: longtrwr-rover. mitW, J !, fin .jji .r e m " . -- - " TJiiMTrainissaez m ...KirViHlTjntnrv whilo- - clrcum-ttanc- ....-1- shall not believe that it is to be adopted in practice until the physical evidence shall apjiear. AVe quote 1SS4 tobaccos as follows for full weight packages: Trash DarUntul Hmnj. 'i Tics 3 o0 75 . 3 7.5 ,10& 5 75 -i . urgently advising that policy wa ftlifmin nfi-.-fT- tr-- it' .:35-.- Common lugs... Medium lugs... Ciood lug? Common leaf". um leaf.... Good leaf Selections Wrnnncrs ' ,w.j $1 TTVit . X2 4 jd . 5 . . 6 00 7 Si 8 .) . 9 OXftlO 50 .12 CO&1S S, 6 75J :ofc TtVfc 9 SftTtll 11 11 25fs 4 75 5 3Uft 6 W e Sf.Tt 7 00 C 50ft 7 M Ofl Iiurtfu. 50a 3 M 7 ($15 50 la toss: oi ajfcl'J 50 Miscellaneous At Louisville, the other morning, fire was discovered in that portion of the new Grand Items. Theater behind the stnge. Tho canvas and oil of the scenes and stage settings burned fiercely, and in fivo minutes after the dis covery of tbe lire the entire stage wai burning furiously. An alarm was sent in but the engines that responded were unable to do anything toward extinguishing the conflagration, which by this time covered nil of the middle of the block between Third and Fourth, Jefferson nnd Green streets. second alarm was turned in, but the entire theater was then on lire and resisted th s greatest efforts of the firemen. The blnza spread to the rear of tho saloons fronting i'n Green ami Jefferson streets, and ut. daybreak the entire center of tho square was t a glowingmass of metal and blazing wood. Kuough engines were by this time on tho spot, and the firemen directed their efforts to stopping the spread of the flames. The block was occupied by Joseph Camozzi, Hoke & Hughes, Briukworth's restaurant, J. It. Gotel's lottery olllce and tho Kentucky School of Medicine. The theater was . in the rear of these. All of the interior of the Grand Theater, the rear of tho building occupied by tho Kentucky School of Medicine, tho restaurant on Green street, the rear of Dcnunzio's fruit store and the barber-shoon Jefferson street were burned out, and serious damage was done to the other stores on Iwth Green and Jefferson streets. The theater was leased to the "Whallen Brothers about four years ago, and was one of the finest in the "West or South. Tbe block was vulued at $100,000, and is n complete loss, the Green street front, which was occupied by tha Medical College, being all that remains standing. At 3 o'clock the flames broke ont with renewed vigor in tho Medical College building, and at tho Jefferson street side of the theagThe-roof- s of all the red-hop t? ? Nine oFfhTW rat ill van of Vit nnd b- n considered up to o cIolk, when the House ndjournid W 11. :' 6 Vin-in- g, son-ten- re up tho contents of his money drawer. Tho agent recognteed Rosa' voice and had him arrested. White Man Murdered By a Negro. At Eliza bethtown. 111., about 10 o'clock last night, a negro, named Bill Jackson, shot and .killed a white man, named Williams, who was waicumau on a cargo lying at that place. Roth men were intoxicated. Tho citizens are greatly incensed over the affair, this being tho third murder in that village during the last three mouths. A lynching is expected. 11. -- Evaxsville, Ixi)., June : J King Ludwig's Deposition Regretted. ers will no longer bo allowed at funerals. Among the reasons given are those that Munich, Juno 13. King Ludwig y many ot the designs used at the funerals took his departure for Berg Castle, on Lnko are apt to be any thing but Catholic in their t meaning, and money is apt to be squnn- - Starnberg. The scenes along tho route of Tho tho journey were very auecting. which too often is badly needed for tho K080"?8 kne1' The Kins: responded to their greetings necessaries ot lite. mournfully, but kindly. Ho looked palo and weary. The utmost precautions hayo Seven Hundred Rioters Arrested, been taken to prevent him from commiti 11. Tho crowds reassembled Pestii, June ting suicide. in the streets nnd when the polico Going to Enforce the Law3. commanded them to disper&o they were greeted with howls of derision. At a given Cincinnati, Juno 13. The police board of signal troops were advanced from the sido this city have declured their intention of streets, surrounded the rioters, nnd arrest- enforcing tho laws against gambling and ed 700 of them. Many have since besn. re- policy selling, as well as tho closing of saleased, but tho ringleaders are held in loons at midnight. prison. National Salvation Army Meeting. Gored to Death. , WKins, X II., Juno 13. Tho Salvation' Effingham, III., Juno 11. Mrs. Henry Topp, residing four miles northwest of this Army of America will hold a nere ten city, was killed this morning by a fero- holiness and baptismal 1. services D. Howie, Major cious bull, which sho was trying to drive davs, commencing July England, will conout of tho barnyard. She was gored in tho Division Officer for New T. E. Moore, abdomen, mid lived only about one hour. duct the meetings. General officers, including Colonel She was about fifty years old, and leaves a with btaff Highland Chief, will be present. Hunter, the husband and five children. They w ill occupy the Methodist Grove, to-dat, . No Mere Flow.-r- s at Funerals. St. Paul, Minn., Juno 11. It has been announced at the cathedral here that flow- mcbb'ng a Catholic Apostate. "Wilkes iutnE, Pa.. June l.L John Daley, who recently abjured Catholicism, attempted to preach in River Park this afternoon, but was prevented by a mob of 3,000, including some of tho roughest element of the mining region, who assailed him with a view of throwing him into tho Susquehanna river. Had it not been for tho interposition of the police, who were present in strong force, Daley would doubtless have been seriously injured, if not killed. He was finally escorted homo by officers, followed bv'an infuriated mob, who made violent efforts to lay hands ujon him. Daley attempted to preach at tho same plucelast Sunday, but was prevented. tho Indiana Hospltnl a.--, a dangerous man, but since his arrival has shown himself to be not only not dnugerous but of sano mind, and has been sent to his home. An Editor Shot. W. A Kansas' an attorney, fired five shots nt Dr. Morrison Muntord, proprietor of the Timet, resulting m tho wounding of Dr. Munfonl and two other passengers. Cnrlile claims that tho Tjhim published articles traducing him. The Effect of Natural Gas. FiTTsnuitoii, Juno 14. Tho mines along the Monongnbela river are mostly shut down, and unless there should bo n riso in the river, all will 1h idlo bv the end of thi week. From to uOOO.O'JO bushels of coal are now ready to bo sent out on tho first water. .VOOO-HO- Citt, Mo., June 14. Carlil, Another Victim of the Rot. Chicago, Junn 14. Nels Hansen, a polico officer injured in the Anarchist riot, died to-da- y after great suffering. Tratisfu'ion four ounces from his brother inlaw's arm was tried as a last resort, but of blood without avail. City in Ashes. Toronto, Juno 14. The following telegram has just been received. "New Westminster, Ii. C, June 14. To tho Mnvor of Toronto: Vancouver is in ashes. Three thousand people homeless. Please send us aid at once. "M. A. McLean, Mayor." A camp-meetin- g, Injured at a Fire. s' Chicago, Juno 14. Payne, I'errin ei Fivo muttress factory burned female employes were injured by jumping from tho windows one fatally. Men-zieto-da- Drowned on a Sunday Fishing Trip. Judge Lynch Hard at Work. A McKenzie Was Insane. dispatch Dublin, Juno 12. The coroner's jury in from Limestone, Idaho, .says that four tho case, of Mr. McKenzie, the American noted horsethievos who had been in tho Vice Consul here, who yesterday killed neighborhood for some time, were seized himself after fatally shooting his wife, that McKenzie by a party 5I vigilantes Tuesday night and rendered a verdict was insane when he did tho shooting. hanged. to-da- y Fort Keogh, Mont., Jane 11. Stanley Jacobs and Thomas Dolan were drowuod yesterday in Pond Lake whilo on n listing excur- Hizi.eton, Pa., Juno 14. sion. The Week's Failures. New Yokk, June 11. The business failures occurring throughout tho country during the lost seven days, as reported to R. G. Dun & Co., number for tho United States ISO, and for Canada 29, or a total of 209 failures, as compared with ft total of 157 last week andlbl the week previous to the last. i The Argentine's President. Buenos Atkks, June 14. Juarez Solman has been elected President of tho Argentine Itepublic Death Relieves His Sufferings. The story goes that a manufactCniCAGO, June 13. Little Johnny Durkin, urer in a Massachusetts town paid to who. a few days ago. was horribly burnt his army of employes seven hundred bills. Each fire, by bright, crisp In tho Canal street tenement-houswhich his mother and seven others were man got one with his pay. They were In addition all marked so as to be recognized. By cremated alive, died to other injuries he had beeti nearly scalped Tuesday 410 of them had been deposited by a falling timber and was scorched inin the banks of the city by ternally. ii m e ten-dollar to-da- y. Senate. June sniMiTON, Northern Paelllc forfeiture bin wns tukin up. Mr George spoke at length ngaiust the road. The ami) nppropr.ntion lull was taken ruptly lift the room, without answering up and placed on the calendar. Mr. Sheiniuti nny questions. The mysterious conduct of opposed the Northern I'nclflc forfeiture where the family is believed to iudicute that tho the com puny hud completed Its rad. Mr. Lustis considered the bill only n nominal story is true. At 4:40 the bill went over until tomorrow. Mr. Sooner announced the death Mysterious Suhlerransan Movement. of Itopro'cntutivo Uankin, of Miesissippi. At p. m. the Senate adjourned. "Wilkesharuk, Pa.. Juno 10 At Parsons HfirsE. The Semite bill to legalize the at a late hour lust night the people were of trades unions was passed. land terrified by w hat is supposed to have been The Atlantic and PacificSenate forfeiture bill amendments. wa reported an explosion of gas in tho Mineral Spring Concurrence with the was moved, but no action Mine of tho Iehigh Conl Company. Many was taken. Tlio matter went over to Monjiersons living within a short distance of day. The legislative bill was then taken the mino were hurled ubuut in their homes, up. An amendment providing that none in and they thought for u moment that an or the contingent funds shall be members earthquake had occurred. A largo paying the funeral -,exponas otThe clause nnys 53. number of houses in tho vicinity of tho was rejected vein of the appropriating for mine were Imdly shaken, undo groat many dent having boon the salaryMr. Payne Presireached, "u.l windows were shattered. The surface of offered an umendtnent.providlng that none of the ground m tho vicinity of the Philadelthe motiev should bo paid until the civil phia and Heading depot has fallen fully service rules shall have boon changed as retwo feet, and is still sinking. Three houses commended by the committee on appropriatbelonging to one man about three hundred ion"!. The point of order wnsiaised, and Mr. Kind lay and Mr. Cotnpton engaged in a feet from the mine were moved u politics. on from their original position, controxersy was Man land of order. The The ruled 'o lives were lost. Some miners think amendment nmcmlment out having been reachcivil service nml thut the conthere wns no o.plo-ioa point of order ed. Mr Morrison cussion wns caused by a rush of air duo to against It that it made changed the rules of uu extensive cuve in." Pending the decision the commission. the committee rose. Mr. Morrison gave notice he would call up his tariff bill Thursday. Highbinders Must Hang. Mr. McKlnloy gave notice on behalf of tho would opposn St. Loi is, Juno 10. Mr. Fuuntleroy, ot opponents of the bill that ho was taken nt 5 A recess for tho six Chinese Highbind- its consideration, the evetrug session lielng the counsel o'clock untlIP:-'10- . ers, convicted lust winter of the murder of for the consideration or the appropriation until I.ou. Johnson, n Chinese detectue who had bill. General debate wns indulged in belug evening, ull points of order with information lato In the furnished the authorities passed over. which convicted tho Highbinders of game Washington, June 12. Senate. Mr. bling and keeping opium dens, and ot enspoke In favor or Fryes bill to proticing strangers tiitther and then robbing them, moved that they lo granted" a new mote tho prosperity of American Nations. trial. The Judge refused to give them u hear- Tho Northern Vnciflc forfeiture bill was ing, nnd they will soon be sentenced to bo taken up. but laid aside for tho armyItappropriation hill, which was passed as cuino hauged. lrom the House. The Somite then adjourned nt 1:55 p. in., leaving the Northern Pacific bill the unfinished business for Monday. Cider Knocked Out. were reported for the erection Mattoon, III, Juno 10. The Windsor ofHouse. Hills to Anthony Wayne and Wm. monuments City Councir places a high estimate on tho I'cnn. The legislative appropriation bill was intoxicating qualities of cider, hurd or taken up and considered by sections. Tho sweet, requiring a license of $1,000 per an- chair sustained the point of order made against tho provision nttaehed to the civil num to retail it in that town. Two saloons scrvlco clause requiring the Commission to were licensed in Windsor lust year, but tho amend Its regulations. AtSo'clock the Houso temperance people elected a majority of took a recess until 8 o'clock, the night sestho tioard lust spring, und they elevated sion being for tho consideration of pension the feo to such a notch as to prohibit tho bills. Washington, Juno 14. Senate. Considsulo of iutoxicauts in the town. eration of the Northern Padua land forfeiture bill was resumed, Mr. McCnll having tho Embezzler Released by Masked Men. Wyck, ' Calms, Me., June 10. Three masked men floor. Messrs. Mavev, Dolph. Van I'lumb Itrown und George folllowcd. Mr. presented themselves at tho station-housgave notleo that on Frldny next ho would c lust night, overpowered the olllcer in call up the conference report on the appropriation bill. At six o'clock tho charge at tho point of n revolver, released William Buckley, who was held under n Senate adjourned. Hoi'SK. The Senate amendments charge of embezzlement on a Lynn (Mnss.) to tho warrant, nnd escaped with him to the pro- Atlantic nnd Pacific land forfeiture bill were vinces. Buckloy is the man who was re- concurred In. Under the call of States a of bills cently enticed across tho lino and urrested number Huslncssund resolutions were Columfrom the District of by un American detective. bia Committeo wns tho regular order tinder rules, and measures were passed incorthe Theater porating tho Young Women's Christian Hone, Tonawanda, X. Y., June 10. Tho Mozart making prohibiting pool selling nnd book In the District. The bill to incorportheater and u dozen small buildings were ate the Washington Cabin ltniiwnv Company, destroyed by lire loss $30,000. Tho of the District or Columbia, was takeD from remains of uu unknown man were fouud the calendar and talked to death, tho hour of in tho ruins. adjournment having arrived before a voto Tlio lor-folturu-- ed 1'- surpris-ingdistnn- ce n, Whit-thorn- o post-olhc- intrd-ducc- d. Bu-ned- . to-da- Don't Want to Die Yet. could be taken. Washington, Juno 10. saloon-keeper- s. m i. Incorporation of Trades Unions. Washington, Juno 11. The U. S. Senate bill to incorporate trades unions now only awaits the l'residenf; signature in order to become a law. Must Have Married Young. Youngstown, O., Juno 13. Minnie Probst, seventeen years of age, has applied for a divorce from her husband, aged twenty-one- , charging three years of willful desei tiou. fourteen-months-old A Child's Terrible Fall. Deadheads Mount. Cincinnati, June 13. The Chicago, Juno 11. On and after August son of Mr. and Mrs. Brockel at 1 the seven principal theaters of the city will abandon all manner of window adver- No. 251 East Third street, while standing tising and lithographs. This action on the on a stair near an open window tipped the and part of the managers is taken because the chairto thefell from tho fourth story winpavement below. The baby was d highly and lithograph is no dow longer a "drawing card," and because not instantly killed, but Dr. Hazard, who tbey will not be given room in windows was summoned at once, savs it eon " without two seats a week being allowed live. for the privilege of placing them therein. Relic orthe Rebellion. It will cut off an average of 3,000 deadheads a week. Cajko, III., June 13. Yesterday, at the Paducah Lumber CompauJ's mill, the savr e Baraei. struck a hard substance, which was ,onnd TjrrCMct.T Or.. Jnna 11 Tk Pnnr. to be an eighteen-pounshell tfc.t had been buried in tho treo during the war ktSM aad a number of btuinecs building aarBeaio-aay- ! iohl iwnvw; intttr f The fuss wai cut to vznlcda at lwoU. multi-coloreCwrt-Hausd u-- 1 labtntluU. ill ail Mrv!. .." When the facts became known to Destructive Earthquake. tho workmen they organized a temperLondon, June 10. Advices from AuckChicago Times. ance society. land, New Zealand, state that nt Tit raw era, there a volcanic eruption preFour men were tried for larceny in ceded has been earthquake. Many natives by nn Doolcy County, Ga., last week. Quo and Europeans perished. was convicted! and the other three, A Home for Printers. who were cleared by a technicality, were notified by the citizens to leave PiTTSnruc.ii, Pa., Juno 10. The Internaday the youngster had been taken with town forthwith. One of them Jingered tional Typographical Union, in a slight attack of prevarication, and, too long and was taken into the swamp sessioti, considered tho matter of nino wishing to impress upon his infantile hours ns a day's work, and referred it to understanding the sinfulness of telling and Hogged unmercifully. Cemetery, in In- - subordinate lodges, to be voted on between libs, the father related the story about To tbo Pnnshawiir February and April next year. TheChilds George Washington and his little dia, is the following amusing 'epitaph: and Drexel donation of ?10,000 is to be used hatchet, closing with tho remark that , as a nucleus around which to gather $50,000 to tne memon oi S'tcrcu building in Philadelphia missionary, aged , murdered by his for the be known as the homo of theof a tlno George Washington was a good boy craft. and never told a lie. The child sat in and hall to chowkidar. Well" done, thou good deep thought a moment and then saitl: servant.' Not Guilty. faithful "Papa, tooden't he talk?" 2?o5fo 10. The jury in the cases Jtecord. In England the Speaker of tho ofSt. Lons, June tho Missouri Pacific Hailroad Company House of Commons is the lirst comIn the Tennessee mountains against tho thirteen employes active in kingdom, and always remoner of the the late Southwestern railroad strike r forcnum molasses ls "long sweetenceives n peerage when he resigns, that luntod a verdict of not Kuiltjr. ing" Mdiugaria hort weg&ning." k my no' tcP bftsk lut0 th9 "nkj, n. son, of Indiana, recently appointed U. S. Consul at Asuncion, Paraguay, has tendered his resignation, and it has been accepted. Mr. Hllisou explains that since his confirmation he has understood from friends that Asuncion is a very unhealthy place, and that ho would probably no! livo over two or three weeks it ho w cut there. Frederick Elli- A mining engineer wants mining companies to be compelled by law to put down bore holes, from the surface of the ground, at greater or less intervals over the entire course of mines. The holes would not be verv expensive to put down, and could be sunk with any prospecting well or oil rig. They should be large enough to contain a. tubo two or three inches in diameter, with good valves at each end. This plan, no thinks, would do away with part of the risk that miners undergo from being imprisoned by a cave-iPhiladelphia I'rcss. Georgie is four years old. One ju. -- wuHfcd and guardedWST L .Al vieterleu aaiif ftJw"soBaadwilllbe1Fe4wt't4; L.- I -' i I . tk u if tl.n r.kltl.riil filfltM alAnlAt iiiv-se next season's dates will be mi wiv connucui t:iieiii iruiu iuu trt'sism wmm jusiiy reiueiiioere'-i- uui ut tuu cvuiu as hi;h alns above, starvation or surrender Its seemCoxckessmavTom Roiiektsox succeeded annuished as well as victors had to bend ing alternative Still on crutches from a repasMon s knee to duty, and to accept, uotlcss cent injury, riding sometimes on his horso in getting n little Kentucky bill through tliun to betow, forg veness and magnanimity, nnd sometimes borne through dungcrous the House, a few days ago, by unanimous requires the generous mind. Thetrlalof tem- paths by the arms of his men. thcro hastened per, wisdom and character has been unexover the rugged hills of Tennessee this small, consent. It is to refund to Bush &Grigsby,' ampled, but the issue has been triumphant, silent man of Illinois, with tho lion's heart distillers in "Washington County, $1,100 inami the great purposes of the war huvej been nnd Minerva's brain. Immediately the front ternal revenue taxes improperly assessed scoured by miigiianimily on tho ono hand and of things was changed, ltapid dispositions against them and collected in 1S74. Their honor on the other, blended in restored comIn plenty: reinforcebrought food paramount ments obeyed and clothes mon national love nnd prtdo. The his cnlL among them Sherman distillery fell short of the minimum on ac remaining duty is fraternity and mutual hu- with tho Army of the Tennessee. And man love The best and braven of the crorc he had ceased to expect Its sur- count of accidents, and the assessment wa the Cnion. and the best and bravest render, tho exultant enemy was by that enforced without taking the accident into or the South, long since Joined of the sold'ers army swept from the cloudy tr.endly hands, honoring each other's heights of Missionary rldgo and sent flying account. Tho distillers failed to apply for their vulor, proud of their common nationality, In disordered rout among the hills of Georgia. relief within the two years allowed by law, banishing remembrance or err.tr, uniting Anil the gate was opened for the grand camand tho fund was covered into tho treasury, their spirit and pr do to tho traditions of the paign to Atlanta and Sherman's renowned from which now it can only be drawn by Nation, nnd pledging themselves to Its future march down to the sea. power and glory. They who havo Justified "The man of destiny was found. Raised to net of Congress. A duplicate bill is pendtbei r manhood by t ho ordeal of battle arc brave supremo command, he seized the whole vast ing in tho Senate with n favorable report enough to trut and worthy to be trusted. In enginery of the war. and In harmonious brigades and divis ons they have marched off the mighty forces responded to his from the Finance Committee. the Held In this world's strife, and passed will. I may not protract tho story through The tobacco men of Louisville are afl across the dark valley to the mysterious Its entranc ng details. Apportioning to his land of death. In that unknown world, if great lieutenants the controversy with others, work on a great scheme to build an im-- i our hopes nnd faith for the lifo bevond have ho entered the lits with Leo. The giants mense union tobacco warehouse at tho com value, the nobility of their manhood hero is grappled and never parted from the fight. It ner of Thirteenth und High streets. Ar.j assurance of their condition there, and in was wortny or both, ana stanas unequaieu. "W. T. Grant conceived the idea, and, with, Imniis hiinnr union thor possess the realms in modern war at least. In Its deadly tenof bliss. Shall their children loft behind pur- acity and ferocity. Within a year it ended several others, have purchased a lot, 200 byi accept the richer and tho great rebellion fell, crushed to utter, sue their earthly quarrel or 225 feet. Tho building will have a capacity legacy of their reeouc.hatlou? The past can abject ruin. not be altered; tho future, under God, Is In "Study the timeliness and effect of his vic- of ten thousand hogsheads, and will be a. our hands. Tho hope or that future is in tories; the cheerof Donelson to the country's handsome and durablo structure. It is tin'on of fellowship, cemented by interest, by drooping spirit; what, without him, Shiloh proposed to build steam elevators on the! patriotism and by pr.de. Itepraaches for would have proven; how, desplto the objecdeeds bevond redemption, for conditions tion of thoso beside him nnd the command of river, sb that tobacco can be placed in the gone forever: sighs for hopes once entert- those above him. ho drove the rending wedge warehouse direct from the river elevatorsj ain- d, but long turned to ashes, may bo of war through Vicksburg and burst the Conworse than folly they may become a crime. federacy iu twain: the peril and the rescue of The idea bus been enthusiastically reWhoever gives Ins voice or his example to the armies at Knoxvillc and Chattanooga: ceived by many of the tobacco buyers, lightor fan a ilnmo of sectional discord among consider the fate of all before him who had and will be put in substantial shape at; people aims at the Nation's attempted the attack of Lee on his own familthis fraternal pence and llTo. He has spoketi treason though iar ground: recall the desperate need of haste once. not dared to nci It, who from the one sido to the burdened country, and tho chances for Pat. Coxxiff, of Louisville, died at flings vnm taunts and scoffs, tho lingering de- the Un.on hud the war been protracted by mons of the past, or on the other sentimental- even a year or two: and tell roe If, without Lebanon, tho other morning at tho home of ly prates of the resurrection of the moldcr-inGrant, the Republic's victory stood assured? his brother, Thomas Conniff, from the effecn mummy, the "lost cause." Let him who ir. still you say, might the Union have withthrough tho stood Its peril, reckon the further cost In Ufa of injuries received. He was engaged in; can, p.tch his prophetic vision the gran- and wealth of at least another year of war. the yard of the L. and N railroad, and un-- i coining years over the deur of this land teeming with multiplied Bethink yo, then, who In this grand metropomillions of freemen, rich in resources, en- lis keen the kevs of the country's wealth. dertook to throw a switch before an apknowledge and what would now have been your comparative proaching locomotive. He was a little too lightened by happy In developed life, aud as he contemcondition had Heaven not vouchsafed him to late ; the engine struck the railand the lever plates the train of human hap- your needsl Docs not tbnt tomb upon the of the switch, rebounding, struck Conniff piness, weigh tho iniquity that would cast an Hudson deserve from you, right soon, appro-pobstruction on Its track. Hash with enthusiate commemoration of the mighty dead it across the stomach, inflicting injuries asm and Inexperience, we sent out our earli- covers? View the colossal riches piled along which proved fatal. est body of troops as If victories In war re- your streets, tho granaries of tho continent's quired only a feverish desire. They soon re- prosperity, und say if jour necessity bo not Miss Mart Boz, a younglady who lived turned In panic, and the land quivered with pressing, lest that sacred grave, in want ot with her father, a short distance from tremor of humiliation and fear. fitting honor, become a monument to your "McClellan took tho mob. and nn army came reproach Owingsvillo, received a severe electric Into beinr never surpassed in all tho ages of "Lnprctent'ous, but herioc in uanntr ana war. That splendid corps was his, the Army or fortitude, sklillfully intelligent in military shock from a bolt of lightning which struck tho I'otomuc From tho beginning to tho end learning, and gifted with Intuitive genius to a tree a short distance in front of the door It coped in constant struggle with the best p Tcelve conditions and create new tonus; in which she wns sitting, sewing, on the trained und bet led enemy. In checkered with the inner light that ttuly forecasts fortune, it bore the direst shocks und blows of his iron resolution never failing in calm evening of tho Sth inst. She lingered for war, but none could break its sp rit or Its serenity and confidence he was the true several days, when 6he died. A doctor form, itelcutlessln its iron purpose, at last soldier of liberty. And. borond his soldierwas called to attend her, but thought at ugo and took the He met it gained the triumph of tho magnificent than ship, he wasagreatand noblomnn. earth, he the time she had not been seriously hurt. sword of Lee. Never more on equal terms half the royulty or when he led it, through nil its renowned heard the plaudits of tho world, ho suffered Tue lost ring story comes to hand as career it remained McCIellan's army and tho "extreme extremity' of contumely and lost his or usual. This time the scene is lnid in Kenloved him ns Its father to the end. And f ale report, and though cruel fate denied him buttolook upon broke his silence. He never failed in friendtucky, where five years ago "Wm. Howe, of tho glittering cap tal promised to Its prowess, ship, though he experienced the crudest be- Moorelleld, lost his sister's ring while fishc profane word or the glory of his army that won It will forever trayal of his trust. irradiate his name. tninevor Dissed his lips, and grief to ing in n pond. JJot long ngo he went shoot"And Hancock's name was also called by that day lsdumb in presence of his certain glory, ing bull frogs in tho same pond, and while dread constable who summons to the grave. for to him was the promise of the great cutting off the hind legs of a big one that Tho superb Hancock I The beau Ideal of sermon: messed fare tho pure in heart, for be had shot, what should he sec protruding manhood's splcndorl Fancy's figure of tho they shall see lighting General! Bred In all tho learning or Wrapped la the sweetest love of family, from the bullet wound in the side tho martial art. pract.ced iu Its oxercises. In his heart was big with love of his follow.mcn. of tho victim but his sister's long lost the stature, port nnd speech, the soldier nnd the He know the spirit of the cause he led and nlty His T.o.miiti perfection. nf the victory ho won. Sad gentleman ring, with identifying inscription still quite In lustrous brilliant star shines in the galaxy of tho moved him, not exultation. In that very- hour legible. gave the finish to his marwhom, from both when final triumph heroes of the battle-fielThe Greenw ood campaign is ended. All sides, history has chosen for tho Armament tial crown. He thought not of himself, the undying of military fume. In that great combat on assured Idol of agony of renown, but of them the troops there havo returned home. No defeat. He forbade which, more than nny single one beside, tho who bore the Nation's safety hung, the supremo moment tho guns of victory to sound humiliation to trouble is anticipated from the miners. kindly counseling their futLocis Zif.gi.ek, fron of Balser Ztegler, of decision wns committed to his conduct. their ears: and private goods to the soldiers proprietor of thu Ten Mile House, on the His command sustained the desperate asault ure, ho left their which Pickett led, staking the battle on tho Is- of the ruined army and encouraged them to Alexandria pike near Newport, met with a sue: with bloody penalty, drovo him back restore their homes. Rccognizinjr with Joy and won the momentous day. And there, tho fruition or his hope in the new era opensevere and painful accident a few-- days stricken with a grievous wound, his own ing to his country, even in the rack of tort- ago. "While out coon bunting with his blood poured upon tho earth, nut it fell upon ure he spoke the suproraest glory of his work brother he was in the act of passing a retho roots of tils renown, nnd among the to tho first of the great antagonists he overlaurels or the field of Gettysburg Hancock's came, when he 'd to General Duckncr: I volver to tho latter, who was up a tree, springs immortal. have witnessed since my alckness Just what 1 "Upon the rocky sido of your majestic Hudwished to see ever since tho war harmony when the weapon was discharged, the ball son another sepulcher has been buildcd, an nnd good feeling between tho sections-- ' Vis- entering his hip and passing down, lodged urn of mortality inclosed within it. And ited wah excruciating Daln. montal and physleg. The ball has not as yet been thither, through coming ages far beyond tho ical, his suffering and his patienco wrung the in the Stretch of human ken to tell, the patriots of tears of his countrymon. Even then was not recovered. hl greater gloryr His of every land In Heaven with him ours nnd the Bex Fkeemax, living on a rented farm unceasing pilgrimage will hold their war to majestic heroism brought light into tho eye cut his throat from ear to feel tho toucn of glory there. For, In that of all men, and toe grandeur of his character near Versailles, shrino of Immortality arc stored the ashes of was exalted far above the clouds of calumny ear with suicidal intent. Recovery doubttho invlnciblo Instrument of God, whose and misfortune. Bravely struggling with ful. genius ruled the whirlwind of war to the coming death, aw wrung: with anguish, he has been established at A There, parted uttered no cry or moan; but tolllnjr on to finsalvation of the Henubllc from the sight of his lamenting countrymon. ish his life work in the narrative of his deeds, Claxion, Caldwell County, and John P. tribute to the honor of the sol the perishable form of tho uuconquered ha n ir Miller commissioned postmaster. urant. diers and sailors on both sides of the war, and "Let us pause for a brief space to view tho thanked God for tbe lingering hours of tortTwo women, whose combined ages are outlines of the character and deeds which ure which had eaahled him to soe the happy one hundred and were arsweetly cherished in human harmony between those engaged but a lew are forever to be rested for fighting, in Louisville, tho other memory and love. In the wreaths you place short years age in deadly conflict. x upon Ins tomb you typify your reverent "Oh, noblo dead I tnoour sacrifice was not In morning. One was Mrs. "Walters, aged land you saved on tbo gratitude to all the heroes of the Union. Not valnl Safelr rests your of countrymen. 'With seventy seven, and the other Mrs. Raphael, that he was their victor.ous leader: butbe-caus- c patrotic breasts none, with charity for all' a somewhat famous character because of in his own person, he was the Idealiza- malice toward tion of the ideal attributes of the freeman in they shall fraternally pursue their grand her great age of one hundred and four war, in soul, in faculties, in character. In career: and In their heart your hallowed sama power, In action, in personification of tho memory shall be year country's treasure and years. The old ladies live in the Union cause, and the combination of the stay forever." house and have numerous squabbles. They f t brightest excellencies of its soldiery. upon their own recognizance. The outbreak of the rebellion found him a Melons were first called canta- were released at Siloam, "Whiteley The plain, unpretending man. modestly pursuing loupes from being cultivated at un ordinary business, In the calm ambition near Rome, where they County, has been abolished. a villi honestly to gain the moderate money needs of Covington r la The ful to fmplo happiness in life. He was a hus- had been introduced from Armeunta by n dpw; dangarof band and a rather: ho loved his wife and ua tuy lord Mint pun Jer of miMianwiew P5 Mgnin etttaew awi et as Bolalr8.lWet . ....-,-....e i. I "rWablll..mi1ilt.m. .t-- t ,'iMjaw'9lSKfWlSe(ilJ hk u- -. -- me - T- ., "M V tl of J g pro-ierit- v, - safelv-movln- g r 1 s, vs9 otr self-contr- un-nur- o - great-soule- d fr post-offic- e eighty-oneyea- rs ,J$ -- & i jMl Can-telup- pi, post-offic- e, '.?" water-work- chil-dro- briff . v i A rk. " --- .!,, - - - 'li 3 JTl "J- - - a.s a- - ' gE3SP " Wtfufc-'- f Ti H Every trick of juggler, and mesmerist 1 knew as well as I knew the history of my own life; but she employed no such method. I was in no dulled GEORGE WJLRUEN, Publisher. or stupefied; on tho contrarysense mental my perceptions Werw mnm !, nnlinnril'CC keeu. Thought was x HICKMAN. t KENTUCKY: impeded, and I was in no way hindered or not onlv fnllv conscious pi the phenomena by which sh e was con- romngrae, out 1 was studying aud ann j nut i. as I'UUllV ns if if. . as rpn men. LOVE, M. D. a matter of the past of the. present, l knew, to"o, that sheinsteadexercising just O. she comes in silk and satin, was enough of her sululo force to hold me subSho is rersed in roots of Latin, Asvrellas tiveryroot that grows below the servient to her will and not a whit anoro. hue, manifestly, only sought to enchain momer uann; mo sufficiently to prevent mv resisting her, Sho rends SansVrit, sho reads Coptic, She's tho apple ot mr optic: but, at the same She has a lowr list of degrees and Boston leave tue, as far time, it was her aim to as posibld, in a normal saw her birth. condition. I was of the opinion that she had something to communicate to me conYet it sots my blood cerning her demon tormentor which sho When she asks about my liver. And I stutter and am speechless when my feared 1 might bo unwilling to listen to. There was much in her present manner tongue Mio wants to see; which so impressed me, nnd many little Fori am fearful to expose it, In neslisro she knows it. circumstances When her lovely eyes with tender liffht are or tho revelersconnected with thedeparturo now came flashing through riveted on me. my mind, satisfying me that I had conjectured rightly. Tho more I reflected upon With my pulsesat a hundred. 'Tis not et nuitre that sho has blundered. the strange events of the nitrht the more And doctored mo tor fevers when I didn't mysterious and wonderful the woman seemed to mo. Every time that she had have a sign: spoken to me sho had addressed mo iu Tis her presenco that is heatlntr. And which sets my heart trench, my native To the revFor I'm only a poor mortal man and &hs is so elers she had spoken language. in Italian. Since wo divine. were in Italy, and there was pithing in my persounlitj- - to indicate thatMRa FrenchStilllfs pleasant to be ailing. man, how had sho so accm5Kiy guessed Just to have an angel sailing andr miessed Into your humble room und till it full of life my nationality i Had shn it when 1 came to her rescue, or, even beand light; fore, while I was still lloatiiE under her Hut as for a diagnosis. Why, what anybody knows is balcony, listening to her soncl impossiblo at such a time to formulate It's For a brief time thx.M.tfl.nil similar aright. thoughts made me even mora uncomfortable than my recollections of the ghoul, Hut I'll tell you. fair phvsician, or goblin, with whom I found her wrestling All tho fault of my condition: tirst I am dying of the heart disease, and all for when 1she a entered her room- -,could swear, Was sorceress I No ! f lovoofyou. standing there as I was; gazing down into And 'tis in your power to euro it; her pure faee, that she was an angel. My If vou don't I'm verv sure it Will grow worse until jou tell me that your faith in her was compleuwAiul could mio is iuuu uuu true. neither have been Tid Bits. My face muatMHPHTViJgiital .i- sho V proecsf rov 4V knew my thoughts and was satit.ed. She had entirely from tho brief A CRY TJIE NIGHT. condition of released me or thraldom in restlessness which, for a few seconds, she had held me; I was now left A "Woird Posthumous Story by and owu will. Her the fupremo master of my beauty, however, was Mmo. George Sand. more potent than the other spell bj-- which she had controlled me, and I suddenly felt that my wholo heart was hers forever. It was early oveninj; in Venice. The She too, seemed to realize this, for limpid waters Unshed and glistened in tho a deep crimson flush all at once face, neck and yellow moonlight, and their curgling spread over her than ever shoulders. I was more charmed mingled dreamily with the song and music by this evidenco of her maidenly modesty, which seemed to be everywhere. June was and impetuously extended my hands but just begun, and the balmy air and tho toward her For an instant only she hes6oft weather had filled all tho lagoons with itated, then she placed both her hands in gondolas. From my balcony I watched mine. "Shall you stay and test my wine J" she the flitting craft and gay freight go back whispered, confusedly. and forth and hither and thither across the "I will," I cried. "Vou know I could not do otherwise if I would. To look into vour limits of my vision. to At last, full of the fun, jov and glory oyes, though, and tho hear your voice is me than whichthe revelers made, I called my gon more to When 1 heard rarest wine in tho world. yon singing dolier and bade him take mo out upon the vour music was so perfect that I forgot water. It mattered but little which way we Italy, and thought tnat 1 was once more in went, so our bark drifted, except when it my owu fair France. But I am, glad to was necossary to dip an onr to avoid a have so sweet an awakening to my dream. Yes," I repeated, kissing her hands; "1 will collision. All Venice seemed nlivo with the merry, stay and drink your wine ; I will stay until riotous spirit of the sport, and at you send me away " Her color deepened, and she bowed her last the water became fairly thick with barges and gondolas. In and out among head. "And that," she said, "will be whon you them wo went, slowly, and from everv M were hailed with jests, laughter, bits of are tired of mo." She called for wine, but wo scarcely music and snatches of song. The mirth and good will with which wo were surrounded tasted it, though we sat together in the soon took the gloom and care out of mv moonlight until long after the hour of midown sad heart, and I laughed, chatted anil night was struck from the clock tmrnrj sang with them all, and was as gay as the Times unnumbered a shadow came unon her face, and I saw that she was about disgayest. An hour later, as wo wero passing under closing something which pained her, and a low balcony an unseen woman suddenly so each time 1 diverted her from her began singing one of the sweet songs of nurnose. and in the end wont nmr France, my own dear country. The .ong out knowing what sho would have said. When I had stayed until I feared that the came from a throat as fiexiblo as a bird's, and as full of miiMC. We paused beneath lateness of the hour might distress her, I the balcony until the song was done; then reluctantly arose to go. It was then that 1 threw the singer a handful of white lilies my anient impetuosity overcame me altogether, and I begged leave to come to her and wo drifted slowly away Five minuteslnter all the'mirth and music balcony every night. not deny me." I nleaded. "for T 1nv on the lagoon stopped instantly, and in its stead was a great and awful silence. It was you and want to win you for my own. caused by a wild cry a scream so terrible from tins night I shall have no separate that it seemed to curdle the Wood in every existence my whole boinir is morcred int heart which came from the balconv where yours and the hours I spend apart from ; I had just thrown the lilies. One pnlv utters you uenceiorui can never again be called such a cry when in mortal agony or mor- life." T Emotion after emotion thrilled hpr tal terror; and in this case it teemed inspired by both. There were blanched faces spoke until she seemed to have felt every and staring eyes everywhere. All wero thing that the heart can feel. Sho inado 'filing for a repetition of the dreadful me iio answer, but. nalo and trumlilin"inovSi. 0urs was the oul Padola which stood.helpleasly with her hands in mine. the oth'rs iu you noi speati" i murmured, bending over her. "Speak 1" she cried, "how can I! There is more to say than you, in your wildest nce more imaginings, can ever dream. Youshould nndor ti.n i,i . w ,ui.vUj IX" ".,'.'" wiicuii; tut? son me the have heardMil before vou said JajM, ' The Hickman Courier, snake-charme- r - -.- shajtf'""!!. IN and looked wildly up into my face. The smile Bhe saw there seemed to content her, for she gave a little sigh of relief and nestled quietly down inti my arms. All at onco the hissing stopped and a shadow fell across us. Before I could raise my eves my wife again uttered tho same dreadful cry which had summoned mo to her assistance a year before. I looked up and snw standing beforo us tho snmo demon or goblin whom I banished on that memorable night whon I first mot my wife. Ho was grinning and chuckling fiendishly, and bending over her, ho breathed "his hot breath into her face. At first she trembled with terror, and then, recovering her sho raised her head and gazed unflinchingly into his eyes. It was moro than he could stand, and ho vanished almost instantly. Then my wife's eves were bout upon my face, so searchingly and so yearningly that I pressed her passionately to my breast and covered her face with kisses. "You still love me you still trust tnel" she said. "Yes; more than ever beforo." "How hanl your tenderness makes my duty !" sho gasped. "If 1 was not such a coward was not so much afraid of losing somo portion of your love I would now toll you that which was duo j'ou a year ago." "Do not speak of it or think of it," I answered, "bo long as you love me, and are happy with mo, I am satisfied." "One thing I must say," she said, "else our love will soon bo desolnted. You must be with mo on the next anniversary of this night, and must keep vour arms about mo from sunset until midnight. After thnt I will forever bo safe." 1 was puzzled, amazed and bewildered by the whole nflair; but the subject distressed and pained her. nnd 1 loved her too well to let her talk about it And, lost she should fathom my thoughts, 1 kept the uncanny mystery as much as possible out of my mind. Two months later we went to live in France, and finally in Germany. Excepting n month, another year had passed sinco our wedding. One day at tho beginning of this Inst month, I was walking alone in tho forest, when I suddenly caught one foot under some hard substance which nearly flung me upon my face. Glancing back at the cause of po'ssible disaster, 1 saw, partially imbedded in the ground, a thin oval plate, which seemed to have several words engraved upon one side. Picking it up, I found thnt it was made of silver, nnd that it was very old. Tho inscription, which was in Italian, was as follows: n, Mich r.. Sriizzr, Claimed by the Devil, half-ma- ,. $&&&&&&& f."l -- -- s If ?? heard tho rustle nied standing between us, black shadow the and then, vat ?"co, the woman gave and "...i ZtW a cam. sprang forward, .,. ,., ii.... uvubnua .... jijiu mi. aims. j lull- venting wildly, and tnere was a; ;ouy and tormr m her everv movement. "Do not move," she said, "do not stir. I urn irtdanger,"but I shall bo safe if you hold mo fast for s moment." I rlasne 0 her closely to my breast, nnd mTfluocber arms tightly about my neck. Then i'agaiu saw tho shadow. It had a man's shape, but as if came forward the fearful color of its face and tho still more hideous glow iu its eyes made it seem like some fiend or vampire. It came very close to me and breathed its hot, scorching breath into my face. From impulso, I raised my hand and struck at it, but it darted backward and laughed at me in n wnv which I shall nnvcr fonMt "Do not," said the woman; 'do not move at all. He will go presently and leave us alone." I was wonderfully puzzled by tho strange scene. It seemed to me too much like the Middle Ago diablerie and nonsense to bo real. Hut there was no mistake about it; tue woman was still in my arms panting with fright, and yonder, in tho middle of tho floor, stood the fiend, or whatever it was. grinning and hissing at me. Just be hind me I could hear the other revelers who had been with me on the lagoons. Re covered from tneir surprise at the alarm-cry- , they had also come to investigate, and they were climbing over the balcony and into the room where I wus standing with tho woman and tho goblin. My eyes were firmly fixed upon the latter when tho others began clamberinir over the balconv. Suddenly, and without a sound, the sinister presence vanished. How, I could never tell, it is barely possible that he darted through some unseen door and out along some mysterious nauwav, ornemigut nave melted into thin air. That point I have never been able to decide. I only know-tha-t I was looking straight at the eerie sliapo, wuen suddenly tho space which it had filled became empty. 1 hen the woman released horsclf from my embrace, and, -- lipping her hand through my arm, shestepped forward with me to greet tnoso wno were still coming in through the open wiudows from over the balcony. 'Tthankyou all for coming," she said. though the danger is past now. I was seriously disturbed and greatly frightened oy a most unwelcome intruder, whom the gentleman at my side has driven awav. Tho object of my alarm will not return again, so I will detain you no further from your sport, unless you will dome tho honor to stay and partake of mv hosnitalitv. T will order refreshments if you will permit uit;. But the revelers thanked her and said , r. - an, crkfn u,,n w.a.v, .... ..... .. uir, uuia osvu abulia ucaiu LUUI1 IIIU51C and laughter, us the gondolas went flitting buoui in we moonugnu When the others had gone I, too, started to leave the woman at my side, but sho clung to my arm. "Must vou goi" she said, plaintively: "can you not 6tay with me for n little wine!" Jt was then, for the first time, that I dis coveied how beautiful she was. Her hair was long and heavy and yollow, like spun gold. Few women ever have such hair; perhaps Godiva and Brunbildo were so favored, but even that is doubtful. Her face, neck and arms were of perfect shape and as white as marble, excepting a single flnsb of red uptfn each cheek. But her foremost charm the one wherein she surpassed all other women lav in her iWn. black eyes. They were entirely, absolute ly macK; not tue Kinu ot eyes wnicb are commonlv. bv a nolite fiction, sn tpnnrxl but there was no trace of any other color in them or about them save the great milk- wnue pearis wnicu served as their setting. Her lashes, too, were lone and duskv. and when sho wished it, completely veiled the wonderful eyes which had so powerfully impressed me. Though she was somewhat tller than women commonly are, her exquisite shapeliness was in no way dotractcd from height. Somehow, every thing abouther strangely moved and affected ber. There was a supple, litheness which marked her every movement, and I felt that she was the occult and tangible ceHterof an atmosphere of weird and intangible mystery. One moment I would almost fear ber and the next moment I would find myself regretting that I must ever go away and leave her. Her glances thrilled and bewildered me like some resistless and overpowering emotion, and at the lightest touch of her hand, or the most rustle of her garment, every . sense tingled and every nerve quivered. The secret of her strange power over me was beyond my guessing, but that it was Bf5cnt to overcome any nsittance I .L-ue- lscu them. I heard a stifled cry of pam, and instantly "Then leave them unsaid." directiou it came from. rushed in tho "Justice to you demands that I were dim, but In an inner room sneak The lights ' of woman's form, and I saw tho outline C silken garments. A "Justice to me demands nothing ...r vnii TTTymS . -- Wi- -- iihvhm-.i MiU-C ntin f','d -- .M ippy should which 1 ". '.r. ...:. -- can distress you," I interposed. 'You do not know how much I hare to " j say about "Stop!" I cried. "There are two tiings I wish to know. If you will tell me them, j all is done." "Speak! What are they i" J I "Are you a wife!" "Xo." "Is any living man the possessor of your heart?" Again the rich crimson tide swept over her laco neck and shoulders. Shu jlaced one of her trembling, burning band) upon mine, glanced shyly up into my eye, and then looked down. f "Why do you not answer?" I asked, fearing that my fondest hopes were Tain. "Do you not "know I" she cried ; "can you not see are you really so blind V i I feared to look at her. It seemed tome, then, that I had been beguiled to her'rooms merely to furnish her sport. I had forgotten tho danger I had rescued herefrom, and only remembered that I loved her to bo made, as 1 believed, the object bf her i mirth nnd caprice. "1 see," I said, turning away. "I im not so blind as you think. I am nothing to " you, because you already love She seized me by the shoulder and turned me around. Then she threw herself into ,' my arms. love you," she murmured. It was the first, the only happiness of my life, and I felt that all the sorrow and misery of the old dead days but inaio this moment tho sweeter. "I lifted up her beautiful blushing face, bent my hew, and then, for tho first time in my life, ny lips touched tho lips of a woman. Earthnever knew a purer kiss. When tho hour camo for me to go sho twined her white arms about my neck and her eyes filled with tears. "Partings continual partings,"'she said. "That is all life seems to hold I Why must we parti" t "The day may soon come whenwe need not part," I answered. "It is for you to say when that day shall be." "I am yours whenever you want me," sho murmured, creeping more closely to me. . ' "Then," I cried, "you shall be my wife ,! man signed the compact but within a month ho repented having done so. and begged thnt hisowu soul might be sacrificed instead of his daughter's. The devil consented, upon certain conditions. Spezzi was to yield himself to the cunning fiend at tho end of a year. The girl's youth and beauty were to bo perpetunl for five hundred years. If, at the end of that time, she was still a virgin, her soul was to bo free, and the soul of her father was also to be relinquished from torment. In the mean timo, if the girl found any man, who knowing that sho was in tho devil's grip, would still love and marry her, that woutd end the infernal compact, nnd sho and her father would both bo freo. Even then tho devil was still to have threo chances. Ii, on the night she first met her lover ho failed to clasp her in his arms, iu defianco of the devil's presence, the fiend could then claim her soul. On the first and second anniversaries of that night the devil would also have the same awful power unless sho was in either her husband's or her lover's arms If sho passed these threo ordeals safely the compact would be euded and tho devil foiled. "That is tho story. It is said that tho devil came for Spezzi, anil that his relatives put this verv silver nlntA'tinnnhia tnmh. tchjpM It is ?wreJiilTTth though, that vou should have found the fjlato ; it has boon lost so long " My learned friend went on talking upon other subjects, but I scarcely heard a word he said. My whole mind was full of the story that ho had told mo. It was now all perfectly clear to me. The supposed legend was true, and I had really married the daughtcrof the ill fated Michael Spezzi ! Instead of being horrified I was filled with a deep sense of gladness that I had brought so much happiness into such an overshadowed life. My manner toward my wife was oven more tender than ever after that and she seemed instinctively to feel that at last I knew all. The day before the anniversary upon which so much depended I was strolling a!out in the mountains when my right leg was broken by a slight fall. At first I could not move, but late in the night some of my strength returned and I began crnwi-innomewnrd. I had many miles to go, nnd some of tho journey hnd to be mndo by almost impassablo paths over craggy g On my way home I mot a German savant with whom I was intimate. I showed him tho plate, and was surprised to sou an expression of tho most intense horror como upon his face. "There is a terrible story connocted with this thing," ho said, ufter a moment "Michael Spezzi was a half German, half Italian, who camo hero into tho Uartz Mountains about IXtO. Ho was of royal blood, and married n niece of the King. Five years later a daughter was lorn to them, and soon nfterward they fell into disfavor with tho King nnd went to live in France. But whon Spezzis beautiful daughter was about twenty-fivdisaster again came upon him. He had no alternative, so history says, except appealing to the devil. Tho fiend came in answer to Spezzi's incantation, and promised him ever thing ho wanted. The price demanded was the soul of Spezzi's beloved daughter. After a time tho unfortunate e Juno 10, 15X). any thing for a rainy day. I know It, but we are at tho daybreak of National prosis mean to think Fifth Discourse of the Sories on perity. Some people they it out of the go turn the gas low when me j.ator Question." parlor. They feel embarrassed if the doorbell rings before thoy have tho hall lighted. They apologize for the plain meal if Stronj- - nrink the Wort Foe of the vou surprise thorn at the table. Well, it Is Laliorrr-- Tli l'cnaltle Inseparable mean if it is only to pile up a miserly From tlm Indulgence of the Habit hoard. But if it bo to educate your chilThe Adv.intaKeS or Abstinence. dren, if it bo to give more help to your wife when she does not feel strong, if it be keep your funornl day from being horRev. T. DoWitt Tnlmage took for the to subject of the fifth disoueof his series rible beyond all endurance because it is to the disruption nnd annihilation of the on "The Labor Question" "Strong Drink be the Worst Foeof Labor," and illustrated it domestic circle if it be for that, then it is magnificent. from the following text: There are those who are kept in poverty He that earneth wazi. put It Into a ha:; with holes earnethwnces . to because of their own fnult. They might niasgal, l., have been well off, but they smoked or Dr. Tnlmage said: In Persia, under the chewed up their earnings, or they lived reign of Darius Hystnspes, the people did beyond their means, while others on the noi prosper, inoy made nionov, I ut did game wages and on the same salaries not keep it. They were like peonla who went on to competency. I know a man have n sack in which they put money, not who was all tho time complaining of his knowing thnt the sack is torn or eaten of poverty nnd crying out against rich men, moths or in some way made incapable of while he himself keeps two dogs nnd chews holding valuables. As fast as the coin and smokes, and is full to the chin with was put in one end of the sack it dropped whisky nnd beer. Wilklns Micawber said out of tho other. It niado no difference to David Copperfield: how much wages they got, for they lost "Copperfield, my boy, one pound Inthem? come, twenty shillings and sixpence exWhat has become of the billions and penditure; result misery. But, Copper-gelbillions of dollars in this country paid to ny boy, one pound income, nineteen the working classes? Some of moneys .shillings and sixpence; result, happihave gone for house rent, or the purchase ness." of homesteads or wardrobe, or fumily ex. But, O working men of America, tako penses or the necessities of private life, or your morning dram, nnd your noon drain, to provide comforts In old age. What has and your evening dram, nnd spend every become of other billions? Wasted in foolthing you havo over for tobacco and exish outlay. Wasted at the gaming table. cursions, and you insure poverty for yourWasted in intoxicants. Put into a hag self and your children forever. If by with a hundred holts. noiiie generous fiat of the capitalists of this Gather up the money that the worllng couutry, or by a new law of the Go of the United States, twenty five classes have spent for rum during the last thirty years nnd I will buy for erery per cent or fifty per cent or one hundred workingman a house, and lay out forbim percent were added to the wages of the woiking classes of America it would be no a garden, and clotho his sons in broadcloth and his daughters in silks, and itand ndvantnge to hundreds of thousands of them unless thoy stopped strong drink. nt his front do ir a prancing span of sorrels or bays, and secure him a policy of Aye, until they quit that evil habit, tho life insurance, so that tiie present home more money the more ruin; the more niny be well maintained after he is rietd. wages the more holes in the bag. Tho disciple of alcoholism suffers tho The most persistant, most overpowering loss of his Just as soon as a enemy of the working classes Is intoxicating liquor. It is the Anarchist of the man wakes up anil finds that ho is the centuries, and has boycottoil and is now captive of strong drink ho feels deuieaue-lboycotting the body and mind and soul of I do not care how re.'kless he ucts. He Ameiicnn lnlor. It U to it a worse fae may say: "I don't care." He does care. than monopoly and worse than associated He can not look a pure man in tho eve uncapital. It nniiunlly swindles industry less it is with positive force of resolution. s of his nature is destroyed; out of a larjre percentage of its earning!. is gone: he says things ho It holds out its blasting solicitations to the his mechanicor operative on his way to work, would not otherwise say ; he does things and at th and on his way he would not otherw ho do. When a gone with strong drink, home at evrn-tidon Saturday, when the man is wages are paid, it snatches a lare part of the first thing ho wants to do is to the money that might com to tho family persuade you that he can stop any time ht4 Ho wants to. can not. and sacrifices it among the Within eight hundred yards of Sand Street The Philistines have bound him hand Methodist Church, r mid foot, and shorn his locks, and put out it hns his eyes, and are making him grind in the saloons and is plotting now for another. Stand tho saloons of tins country mill of u great horror. Ho can not stp. I side by side, and it is carefully estimated will prove if. He knows that his com so Is thnt they would reach from New York to bringing ruin upon himself. He loves He Chicago. "Forward march," says the rum himself. If he could stop he would. knows thnt his cou-sis bringing ruin upon power, "and take possession of tho Amerhis family. He loves them. Ho would ican Nation." The rum business is pouring its vitriolic stop if he could. He can not. Perhaps he damnable liquids down the throats of hun- could threo months or a year ago, not dreds and thousands of laborers, and while now. Just nsk.him to stop for a month. He can not; he knows ho can nit, so he the ordinnry strikes are ruinous both to does not try. I had a friend who for fifemployers and employes, I proclaim a universal strike against strong drink, teen years was going down under this Ho had which, if kept tip, will bo the relief of the evil habit. He had lure moans. working classes nnd the salvation of tho given thousands of dollars to bible socieNation. I will undertake to say that there ties nnd reformatory institutes of all sorts. He wns very genial, vcrv generous and is not a healthy laborer in the United States who, within tho tipxt ton years. If very lovable, anil whenever he talked he will refuse all intoxiciting heverago about this evil habit he would ay: "I can stop anj' time." But ho kept goand be saving, may not become a capitalist on a small scale. Our country in a year ing on, going on, don n, down, down. His : spends j?l,.Vri,o.V,iX)iJ for rum. Of course family would "I wish vou wou'd stip." the working classes do n g rent deal of this "Why," he would reply, "I canstop any expenditure. Careful statistics show that I tho classes of Great Britnin time if want to " Aftoi nubile he had delirium tr mns: in liquors $VM,00'1,000 a year. Sit exiend down and calculate. O, workingman. how he had it twice, and yet, after that he TAMAGE'S SERMON. down in the world, although he may have been very poor, he could beg or ha could steal five cents with which to get that which would slake his thirst for a little whilo; but in eternity where is the rum to como from? Dives could not get one drop of water. From what chalice of fire will the hot lips of the drunkard drain his draught? No ono to brew it-- No one to mix it. No one to pour it. No one to fetch it. Millions of worlds then for tho dregs which tho young man just now slung on the floor of tho restaurant. Millions of worlds now for the rind thrown out of tho l of an earthly banquet. Dives cried for ' water. The inebriate cries for rum. Oh, j tho deep, exhausting, exasperating, everlasting thirst of the drunkard in hell! In the future world I do not believe that It will be the absence of God that will make the drunkard's sorrow. I do not believe that it will be the absence of light. I do not believe that it willbe theahsonce of holiness. I think it will be the absence ol rum. Oh, Look not npon the wlno when It Is red, saw-dust WHAT SCIENCE SAY& Food Consumed m Berlin. An inhabitant of London consumes in times as much fish aa. a year thirty-tw- o an inhabitant of Berlin, and thottgh tho stores of the Jforth Sea arc open to tho German metropolis, Taris, with her 2,200,000 inhabitants consumes moro fish than the whole of Germany with a population of 47,000,000. Berlin requires yearly 1,625 million pounds of food, including 160 million pounds of. fresh meat, 3 million pounds of birds" of all sorts, 2 2 million pounds of game, 77 million litres of milk, 30 million pounds of butter, 8 million pounds 1-- punch-bow- d, th-s- em-ntint -- self-respe- . Three-fourth- self-respe- ct noon-spel- l, c; nine-tent- saloon-keeper- s. Broo'-tlvn- , fifty-fou- when It tnoveth Itself nrlght in the cup, for at tho Inst It blteth like a sorpont nnd it stingeth like an ndder. It is about time that we have another woman's crusade like that which swept through Ohio ton or twelve years ago. With prayer and song the women went into tho groggeries, anil whole neighborhoods, towns nnd cities were redeemed by their Christian heroics. Thirty women cleared out the rum traffic from a village of 1,0X) inhabitants. If thirty women surcharged of the Holy Ghost could renovate a town of a thousand, threo thousand consecrated women, resolved to give themselves no e until this crime was extirpated from this city, could in six months of the groc-shop- s clnr out of Brooklyn. If there be three thousand women now in this city who will put their hands and their hearts to the work, I will take the contract for driving out all these moral nuisances from tho city nt any rate three-fourtof them in three months. If, when thnt host of three thou sand consecrated women is mrshnled, there be no one to lend them, then, a- - a minister of the Most High God. I will offei to take my position at the fiont of the host, and I will cry to them: "Come on, ye women of Christ, with your songs und your pin vers! Some ol you take the enemy's right wing and some the left wing. Forward? The L rd of Hosts :s with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge! Down with tho dram-shopsBut not waiting for those mouths of hell to close, lot meadvisothe working nnd the business classes, and all classes, to stop strong drink. While I declnred some time ago that there was a point beyond which n man could not stop, I want to tell you that whilo a man cannot stop in his own strength, the Lord God, by His grace, can help him to stop nt any time. I was in a room in New York where there were many men who had been reclaimed from drunkthree-toiiTjths !" The "Fearful and Wonderful" aicchaa-- " Igm of tho Human System Graphically Portrayed. In tho editorial columns of tho New York Lassinp. m. D, editor, writes tho Ariat;, H.heautifuuiescn'ption lollowiug of the laboratories or me human system. Wo think wo have never read a fluer or more trustworthy one. "Man is tho greatest of all chemical Magnify the smallest coll of the body nnd w hat n factory is spread tho oyes countless chambers in which are globes of ah--, massos of solid matter, globulas of. dying liquid; a flash comes and tho whoio is consumod nnd needf ul heat Is carried into overy part of tho system. Electrical forces also gonerato andaro conveyed to the brain, the muscles and tho various nervo centers. "In another set of a million chambers we eeo various gasses and vapors. By chemic-action tnee nro changed nnd purified in tho lungs and tho skin. Tho blood wo oftou say U a great living river. In its current nro masses which the air in tho lungs did not affect: blocks of chalk; slabs , of tartar; pieces of sirings of albumen; drops of molasses, and lines of bo-fo- re nl 10 million pounds of eggs, 51 of cht-ee-, million pounds of fruit, 3 million pounds of oranges. 21 million pouruls of fresh fish, 7 million pounds of smoked fish, and 8 million pounds of pickled fish. X. T. Tost. bone-ash- waee-earmn- g I .ttonjlAilllt allfnn."Ai? : peooii3Wright have iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBRTYiirriiineiiHeiiiiiiiiiiw capitalist. When you depleta workinsmnn'sphys ical eaergy you deplete his capital. Tho .stimulated workinnn gives out before tho Can j much hftvt vnn xnnitMil in tlic i HMMtl-Jli n.,,. tin,.. IF T ij.'W .-- t stop at any time." i I $ jieated, and each time it was fainter than before. My wonderment was banlswttr in stantly by an unexpected caress on the part of my betrothed. Standing npon her tiptoes she had raised her lips' to mine and kissed me. For a moment she was silent, but there was another sound in the room; a sound, too, which at first madehershudder. It was such a tremulous cadence as might be brought from a lute if one lightly touched all of its chords at once, only that it ended with asijrli. Three times the sound wa m. . by-vh,- cat-lik- e The next" day we were married. For n happiness, sometimes in Rome, sometimes in I lorenco, sometimes in Venice As she seemed most contented in the latter place we were there the greater part of gur time. On the anniversary of the day oLpur first meeting sh was strangely qniet aSylowu-cast- .. At nightfall wo stood together in the same balcony where, a year before, she sang that sweet French ballad as my gondola was passing. My arm was alout her waist, and I could plainly feel tho beating of her heart. "Why are you so agitated and yet so quietl" I asked. "I can not answer you now," she said, "but I beg that yr,u will sit here and hold me in your arms until midnight" Presently sho suemed calm again, nnd once more tho French ballad rang out along the lagoon from her perfect throat. Apparently there was no change in the scene, outwardly, since the year before. Barges and gondolas wero flitting about in all directions, and from everywhere came music, laughter and merry voices. Mv wife sang song after song, until she was "tired, and then, pulling my face down to hers with both her bands she kissed me VIt,'tr?8Jasta 5'ear aK she said, "that you first came to me I had already seen you many times, and loved you with my heart's first love. I sang that night because I hoped that my song might reach your ears and bring you to me. You did come under my balcony, and I kissed the lilies that your hands threw to mo. Danger came, and you saved me. You loved me at once, and so we were married. Bince then I doubt if God, whose eternnl curse I once thought was npon me, has ever given so much happiness to any woman." Her large dark, eyes were luminous and full of tears, and her face had never seemed so beautiful to me before. I was about answering her. when suddenly the air with ft hissing ound, which mad my wlfa't W8W nnirer luTl "It shall be as you say," she said, smiling at my surprise. year we lived together in uninterrupted t" ?iw unstimulated workman. I My father said: "I became a temperate man in early life because I noticed in the harvest that, though I was physically weaker than other workmen, I could hold out longer than they. They took stimulants; I took none." A t.rickiu.iker in England gives his experience in regard to this matter among men in bis employ. Ho snys, after investigation: "The beer drinker who mnde the fewest bricks made OVJ.O'K); the who made the fewest bricks, of the abThe ditrerenco in stainer over the indulger, There camo a very exhausting timo in hills. All day I dragged mvself along, stopping the Kritfch Parliament. Tho session was occasionally to shout for holp. But no one prolonged until nearly all the member.1 got came to my assistance. out. Out of li"2 members only It was night when I reached home, and at sick or worn my summons the servants helped mo at two went through undamaged; they were once to my wifo's room. Just as I reached teetotnller. the door ouce more her voice rang out in When an army goes out to the battle the that wild, despairing cry. Despite tho old.er who has wnter or coiree in hi pain in my broken leg, I rushed forward and flung open the door. But I was too canteen marches easier and fights better lato! The liend already had her in his than the soldier who has whisky in his arms. Her face was turned to me in the canteen. Hum helps a man to fight when most pitiful entrenty, and I tried in vain he hns only one contestant, and that at tho to reach her outstretched hands. Then tho house shook violently for n moment and street corner. But when ho goes forth to tho room became dark as night. An instant maintain some groat battle for God and his later the servants and I were in tho midst country, he wants no rii'u nbouthim. When of a lurid bluo flame, but tho fiend hail the Russians go to war a corporal passes borne my wife away. Jaus Vandtrpuol't along the line and smells tho breath of Translation, in X. Y. Star. every soldier. If there be in his brenth a taint of intoxicating liquor the mnn is Indian Sport In Nevada. sent bnck to the barracks. Why? He can Duck lake, in Nevada, lies on the not endure fatigue. All our young men north sido of the Pyramid branch oi know this. When they are preparing for regatta or a bnll club or for an athletic the Tmckeo river and west of the a wrestling, they abstain. Our working tipper portion of Pyramid lake, from people will be wiser after awhile, and tho which it is only separated by a low hill money they fling away on hurtful in- , or ridge of sand. It is circular in dulgence they will put into form and has msithcr inlet nor outlet. association, and so become capitalists. If resort for the workingineu puts down his wages and This small lake is a spreads takes ducks, geese, swans and other water thenso they his expenses nnd he is not them out will just equal, wise. fowl when there is a heavy wind and a perfect workinmen who are Pyramid lake is made to hoil like a I know until they get rid of intheir fidget last pot. They then tfack to this less lollar. sheet of water by tens of boisterous The following circumstance came under thousands. On such occasions the A young man Indians prepare for a grand duck our observation: $00t) or $700 yearly- worked and many bard to earn his The bride hnd inherited drive. AH who have guns came. who are armed only with bows and $Ti00 grandfather. Sho arrows form in a lino on the crest of every from her it on the wedding spent dollar of dress. two lakes. the sand ridge between the A number of Indians then man a fleet Then they rented two rooms in the of rafts, and starting from the western evening Then the young man took extra employment exhausted shore of the small lake drive the ducks vi ith the day's work, yetalmostevoning emtook and other fowl from their resting place. ployment. his It The birds start for Pyramid lake again, eyesight. Whyalmost extinguishedevenhe add and as they fly across the dividing ing employment did the day employto ridge tho men and boys there lying in ment? To get money. Why did he wait bring down hundreds of them want to get money To lay up somewith guns and other weapons. Even thing day? No. To get small ooys, lying on their backs with hit) life for a rainythat incase of his death injured, so their bows on their feet, pull their his wife would not be a beggar? No. He arrows with both hands, sending the ut the extra evening work to the missiles with great force and killiug work that he might get one hundred day and birds in largo numbers. Chicago News. fifty dollars to get his wife a sealskin coat. The sister of the bride heard of this Modem Farming. achievement and was not to be eclipsed. Sho was very poor and she sat up working y can ride on the uearly all the nights The farmer of for a great while unsulky-ploHe can harrow, drill his til she bought a sealskin coat. I have not grain, plan his corn and be comforta- heard of the result on that street. The bly seated. His grain is cut and bound street was full of those who are on small threshed and cleaned incomes; but I suppose the contagion by ready for market by steam, and no spread, and that everybody had a sealskin lonrcr is the thubbing sound of the old coat, and that the people came out and llaifhcanl in our midst. He no longer cried, practically, potliterally: "Though the Heavens fall we must have a sealskin has to haul his grain by wagon-load- s roads to distant markets, coat." over rough I was out West, and a minister of the for tho railroads have brought markets to his door. The wind which blows can gospel told me, in Iowa, that his church be used to pump water for his stock. and the neighborhood had been ImpoverThe mower cuts his grass, the tedder ished by the fact thnt they put mortgages gathers it, on their farms in order to send their famiscatters it, the horse-rak- e puts it on the wagon lies to the Philadelphia Centennial. It the with railroad attach-men- t. was not respectable not to go to the Cenand the unloads it. Ho now can have tennial. Between such evils and pauperhis telephone with the railroad station, ism there is a very short step. The vast children are there because and he learns to make hay while the majority of are drunken, or laiy, or reckand may know in advanco their parents sun shines, how long it will continue to shine. Ho lessly improvident. savsympathy for skin-fliI can now grow moro grass and fewor ing,have Inoplead for Christian prudence. but frogs, keep more sheep and have fewer Vou p fay ii i .myjoibl new to Ghrwmln aogiiciffort er He did not stop it be because ho could not stop it. Oh, there is a point in mebria-ti-'- it be) ond which if a man goes, he can not stop '. One of these victims said to a Christian 710,-00- 0. Sl,(" 3lar-riage'd- ay third-stor- y. man. "Sir, if I were told that I couldn't get a drink until night unless I had all my fingers cut oir, I would say: 'Bring the hatchet and cut them otf now.' " I have a dear friend in Philadelphia whose nephew came to him one duy, and when he was exhorted about his evil habit, said: "Uncle, I can't givu It up. If there stood a cannon and it was loaded, and a glass of wino were set on the mouth of that cannon, nnd I know you would fire it otf just as I came up and took the glass, I would start, for I must have it." Oh, it is a sad thing for a mrfn to wako up in tills life and feel thnt he is a captive! He says: "I could have got rid of this onco, but I can't now. I might have lived an honorable life and died a Christian death; but there is no hope for mo now; there is no escape for me. Dead but not buried. I am a walking corpse. I am an apparition of what I once wns. I nm a caged immortal beating against the wires of my cage in this direction; beating against the cage until there is blood on the wires and blood upon my soul, yet not able to get out. Destroyed without remedy !" I go on nnd sny that the disciple of mm suffers from loss of physical health. Tho older men in the congregation may remember that some years ago Dr. ir'ewell went through this country and electrified the people by his lectures, in which ho showed the effects of alcoholism on tho human stomach. He had seven or eicht dingrams by which he showed tho de vastation of strong drink upon the physical system. There were thousands of people who turned back from that ulcerous sketch, swearing eternal nbstinence from every thing that could intoxicate. God only knows what the drunkard suffers. Pain files on everv nerve, and travels every muscle, and gnaws ever' bone, nnd burns with every flame, nnd stings with every poison, and pulls nt him with every torture What reptiles crawl over his creeping limbs! What fie mis stand by his midnight pillow! What groans tear his ear! What horrors shiver through his soul I Talk of the rack, talk of the Inquisition, talk of the funeral pyre, talk of the crushing Juggernaut he feels them nil at Again, tlie inebriate suffers through the loss of his home. I do not care how much he loves his wife and children; If this passion for strong drink hns mastered him, he will do the most outrageous things, nnd if he could not get drink in any other way he would sull his family in'o eternal bondage. How many homes have been broken up in thnt way no one but God knows. Oh, is there any thing that will so destroy a man for this life and damn him for the life that is to come? I hate that once. of waste into vast trenches, thenco into a smaller reservoir, and finally into a larger reservoir, which regularly discharges its contents. "This separttionof limo, uric acid nnd other waato mtterial from tho blood without robbing it f n particle of tho life fluid, posses human comprehension. In health process is carried on this Tho organs in without our knowledge. which it is done nro faithful servants whose work is tileut us long as health remains. " People strangely waituntil pain strikes a nerve beforo thoy will renlizo that they have any trouble. Thoy do not know that pam concerns chiefly tho exterior not tho interior of tho body. A certain set of nerves connect theso organs with tho brain. Thoy may not gnaw and bite as docs the tooth-achor ft scratch, but they regularlyt silently report. When these organs aro failing these nerves indicato it by drawing tho blood from tho face and chook, leaving the lip and eyo blanched, by bonding uiic acid poison into tho smallest vofns, the skiu then becoming gray, yellow or brow n. They also prevent, tho'purification of tho blood in tho lungs' and causo pulmonnr difficulties, weariness nnd pain. Who enjoys perfect health, iu this land whoro wo burn the candlo in ono mass! The athlete breaks down in tho race; tho editor fulls at his dosk; tho merchant succumbs in his counting-room. Theso events should not havo been unexpected for nature loug ago burg out her 'lanterns of alurni.' U'hen the 'accident' finally comes, its fatal effect is seen in a hundred forms; either ns congestion, chroma wenkuess, ns wrong action, as variable npjotito, ns bend troubles, as palpitation and irregularities of tho heart, ns premature decay, us dryness nnd harshness of the skin causing tho hair to drop out or turn gray, ns upoplexy, ns paralysis, as general debility, blood poisoning, etc "Put no faith then in tho wiseacro who says there is no danger as longasthero is no pain. Put no fuith iu tho physician, whoever ho mny be, who says it is a mere cold or a slight indisjtosition. Ho knows little, if any, moro than you do nbout it. enness. I heard their testimony, and for Ho can neither seo nor examine theso the first timo in my life there, flashed out n organs and depends entirely upon oxicri-mcnttests, that you can make as well &s truth I never understood. They said: "We wero victims of strong drink. Wt he. tho output is discolored or muddy, if "If tried to give it up, but nlways faild; but it contains nlbumen, lymph, crystals, sweet somehow sincn we gnve our hearts to or morbid matter, is rod with escaped blood, or roily with gravel mucus and Christ, he has taken care of us." froth, something is wrong und disease and I believe that the time will soou come death are not far nway. when the grace of God will show its power "Theso orgnns which we havo described not only to save man's soul, but his body, thus nt length, because thoy nro really tho and reconstruct, purify, elevate and re- most imKrtnnt ones in tho human system, tho ones in which a largo majority of hudeem it. man ailments originate nnd nro sustained, I verily believe that, nlthough you feel nro the kidneys. They have not been much grappling at the roots of your tongues an discussed in public beenus it is conceded power thnt almost omnipotent thirst, if vou will give over tho profession has little known organs your heart to God Ho will hflp you by His is a thetn. What is wanted for such tjo no simple medicino, which can grace to conquer. Try if. It is your last harm to tho most delicate but must be of tho greatest benefit to tho afflicted. Such chance. I have looked off upon the desolatried nnd proved tion. Sitting in our religious assemblages a remedy, over tho world isby many thouWarner's safo sands nil good many people in awful cure. With thoro in whom disenso is deep there are a peril, and judging fruui ordinary circumseated it is tho only specific For thoso in stances, there is one chance in five whom tho seeds nro sown and tho relithousand thnt they w 11 get clear of ance. illness started it is nn unfailing woll It may bo recommonded to tho it. There are men in my congregato prevent si'juicss nnd tho'ck.. to prevent filter tion from to Sabbath of whom I iViPmrosstho thresh aruv giavoUid as to their soulsliodown old." in a drunknrd's perdiction. I know this is Such writing ought not only topleaso an awful thing to say, bu I can not help but to carry conviction thnt what Editor nn authority Lassing, M. D . so saying it. Oh, beware ! You have not yet snvs is true, and that highcounsel is worthy his been captured. Beware! Whether the tho nltontion nnd heed of all prudent, d beverage be poured in golden chalice or eople. powter mug, in the foam at the top, in Wipe your feet bororo you white letters, let there bo spelled out to come in. Aw itattn Sties. your soul : "Beware." Yotrso or middle-ageWhen the books of judgment are open men suffering and ten million drunkards como up to get from nervotfs debility, loss of memory. old age, their doom, I want you to bear witness mints, should send 10as tho result of bad cents in stamps for thnt I, this morning, in tho fear of God illustrated book offering suro means of in the love for your soul, told you, euro. Address World's Dispensary Medical and with all affection and with all kindness, to Association, Buffalo, N. Y. beware of that which has already exerted Is a man open to the charge of assault its influence upon your family, blowing his brains! out some of its lights a premonition of and bnttcrv for cudcellinc ... . glossy hair results from the blackness and darkness forever. Soft, plinnt nnd Oh, if you could only henr this morning, tho uso of Hall's Hair Itenower. For imparling tone nnd strength to tho Intemperance with drunkards' bones stomach, liver and bowels, take Ayer's Pills. drumming on the head of the liquor cask the "Dead March" of immortal souls, Ir tho night air is unwholesome, why do ow Is live so long! Xational 'tekly. the very glance of a wine-cuwould make you shudder, and the color of Xo Opium in Piso's Curo for Consumpthe liquor would make you think of the tion. Cures where other remedies fail. 20c blood of the soul, and the foam on the top of the cup would remind you of the froth The strawberry shortcake is not long foi on tho man'ac's lip; and you would go this world. X. X. JouruaL home from this service and kneel down nnd pray God that, rather THE MARKETS. than your children should become rivwvw iTf .limn IR captives of this evil habit, you would like LIVH 2 75 to carry them out some bright spring day C'lio.ce Itutcbcrs - fi 3 Si ft 4 :t to (it M to the cemetery and put them nway to the nwiio loinmon....- :it.-- & 1 10 Cood last sleep, until nt the call of the south SH KKl' Packers cbo.ee 4t 4 i"i Uood to 3 ft wind the flowers would come up nil over Floi'lt-Kiim- ily 3SJ St KJ 2 red... the grave sweet prophecies of the resur74 No 3 red rection! God has a balm for such a wound; .. 34',feJ 3T, Corn No 2. mixed ... St'.xH 30 but what flower of comfort ever grew on Outs No. 2 mixed 66 61 Xo. 2 the blasted breath of a drunkard's sepul-che- II UseTim.,.1...Vn 1 ..... ...10 no fell 00 . at!.,,, I,, .,,.. lOllACCo-Comm- on bugs :n...l w- - , m) ii .10 """' .llltlllllU blood-purifying blood-purifyin- nlcohoL How nro these wasto masses disposed off Begin where you will in this great streamyou must como to the purify-lli- e placei Of tho svsteni. Hero is nil no-tivity nud aa invisible force reaches out into tho stream, seizes and carries this mass Fair Applicant I desire, an absolute separation from my husband. Attorney Upon what ground, madam, do you base your plea? "We are not suited to each other. Ho does not appreciate the finer sensibilities of my mora delicately organized nature, and bus "I fear,' perhaps that is sufficient." madam, in the absence of more substantial cause for complaint, an action would not lie." "Not lie! It is you, s. r. I engage for that purpose." Tid-BitI. n - g o Tho Boston Episcopal Charitable Society, which recently celebrated it3 162d anniversary, was started in 1724r through the accident of the finding of a twentv-dolln- r gold piece in State street, for which no claimant could be discovered. The money was given for tho nucleus of this society, and long ago had increased, through generous gifts, to more than sixty thousand dollars. Boston Journal. in which "Tho Slough of Despondency" u somo of those diseases peculiar to you. madame, nnd which havo robbed you o are wallowing, on account of! the rosy hue of health, and made life a burden to you, you can easily got out of. Dr. Pierce's "Favorito Prescription" will freo you from nil such troubles, and soon recall tho rose-tiof health to your check, nnd tho elasticity to your step. It is n most perfect specific for all tho weaknesses and irregularities peculiar to your sex. It nt espe-pecial- ly cures ulceration, displacements, "internal fever," bearing-dowsensations, removes tho tendency to cancerous nHections, and corrects all unnatural discharges. By, druggists. n m "Tins is a very paneful affair," remarked! the man as tho sash foil on him. reek's. Sun. w PiKE'sTooTHACiiEDnors cure inl minute, 2Ti nUnn's Sulfur Soap .eals and beautifies. 25c German Conx Kemovek kUU Corns Hunion. in the act. Villains in tho play are always caught' Jndianapolii Journal. Ir afflicted with Soro Eyes uso Dr. Isaao Thonip&ou'iEyo Water. Druggistsbell it. 25c O. al All played out Picayune. Open air concerts. A' Dk. Saoe's Catarrh Remedy cures when remedy fails. every other A chasm Sarcasm. that often separates friends: OH! MY BACK Eierj strain or cold atUekn that anu nf&nj pnmraicn ju. wek Lick F n-j- t begin-ning- of Saih r S . i i,.--.;- iti-:: -- i I H q- - liBi THE d ra -lo rt. m -- righC-miude- m HoME-r.ci.- E Strencthent the iIucles .Steadies the Nerves, tllTesN'cw TIor. Hnrlches the Wood, Mr. A. riLIBnrnT,CIetrUnd.Oblo.oxj; "Iwnn trouble! rith ternMn pnin in mj back and I could not stoop orer I tnM mint different remedies wit hont relief. Two bottles of llrown'a iron Hitters entirely enr J me." Mr Dimil HoDflEe. SCV Setenth St.. Ixni-itil- a. Kj . m : " I w tmobled with SnrIfi nd p.ttn.1 in mj buck. I hut-- i been growth beneated bj using two bottles of Brown's lion Bitten." Genuine has nbovn Trad" Mark and crnesed red linss onwrapner Tako no other. Made only by ItltOWN CI MIMICAL CO, IIALTIMWUn. MB. EEST TONIC d .1 -- FREE FARMS in me-thin- p The most WmuUrfal Agricultural Parkin America. by pruoneriins mlnlncand manufacturing town. FAKSlKlt'S lWKAPISJ-- l Magnificent crops In rsi THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF raised GOVERNMENT LAND, subject homestead I.r.iWs for sale to actual net tiers at 13.00 per !opre-emptlo- tTim. Acre. LJisTI:ne rarklrrlatedbylmincnecanals. Cheap rai.road rates Ever attentfonahonntettlers. r"orinsp. pampli'eia. etc . Mrcs Colorado I.asi & Loan Co overall iup1:!tc" Denver. Colo. nox.Sni. TRAIEIT AXLE GREASE. Jteat In the world. Crt the genuine. und Is naeknze hu our Trade-murniur-- ed Kruzer's. sOLUVK'lVUC- HKtr-e- ry k 4- OUAl.N-wiuat-- No. r? PHOVISIOXS Pork-.M- c9 10 PI ftlO 23 10 f No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes ceieoraiea "wi.irnfc-- - ii.u.iKJt and ItlKIDI.KanyCombined, can not be slipped br horte. Sampie iiauer to any part 01 tne c.s. oiuDyau iree.onrereiptoioi. Saddlery, Hardware and Harneaa Dealers. :jecii ui'conni to tne Trade. C5"Send for l'rlce-LlJ C LiouTiiocacllochealer.N.V. t. u FEARFUL DEVASTATION. A Truthful Man's m of lb wort kind mt4 of lone of Recollections of tho Al'l'I.KS-l'rim- e.. IadM, ottroac it my h?t Ibncari. TWO BOTTLE3 PRfcK, Uith la In tffirr7c POTATOIS now. per barrel. tb.l will fd l'uunsylrauia Cyclone In 181- -. torthr with a VJ.1 C ABLE TREATISE on thU ductM.ta -- ny.affercr. QIt Rx NEW YOKK. DEUT. JufcLCKXU.llirrl5t.tK.T, Vrtw aD4J.0.ft-dxfPhiladelphia Tress.) FI.OI It Statu and Western .... $3 25 eh 3 m -- W1in.it.Vn. 2 Chicniro (, 82 in Ohio are G1SAIN 2rc,1 Stories of the recent st No Kl','fc coming in quite fre ly, but they do not ( orn No. 2 mixed . 41 H 4 r, 42 :'l torOat mixed.: approach the marvelous stories of the Farmer. Uutchcr and others ClUf CM CBC rOKK-Mess..10 W (tf 10 25 use our LATH MAKE of OAlt rllXnO nado thnt swept up the valley of the roarto file I land. Kip. Butcher, llnck. lirunine and art LA 11D Western steam kinds of fcaw. so they cut better than ever. Two ing Codorus, in York County, in the cold CHICAGO. Filers free for RV. Illustrated circulars rnEE. Ad spring of 1S4'.'. After the storm we speak FbOPIt Wisconsin winter ....53 75 (ft 4 25 i'en- -. t dress K. liOTll UKO, New w of one farmer found that his well had been U15A1N Whcat3yoa Spring.. l,t', N"n. 2 Cli:ca.ii firini 72U pulled up by the roots nnd was hanging on P4 S'"6 35 Corn No. ;. the limbs of a whito oak tree four miles 2$ ft : oat No. CURES WHtlE All (ISC FAILS. Hyo nway. A cellar belonging to one of his POUK-M- css . ft 55' i Beat Ooush Syrup. Taste good. Uso ft 8 82!5 In time. Sold br drucrtsts. neighbors was split in two, one-ha- lf M' of it LAKD-Sie- uni c 05 .6 07 being blown through n stone-quarr- y and BAIriMOKE. the other half turned up endwise against a KLOim-Pam- llv ft ;,o ft 5 00 hay-stac- k .. DOLLARS each for New and in the adjoining county. G K A IN xedWheat -- No. 2 ft 81 'I Corn-MiSEVVIHO MACHINES. 41 43 , A flock of geese wore completely stripped Warranted fire years. Jiit on trial Oats-.Mi- xtd Or. a ft VA and ifdeslreil. Iluy direct ac aare 115 dried-npp- le of their feathers by the wiod,aud a PKOVISIONS-I'o- rk .10 .Mess M nremlama. in?SL (irtranscriTen liinl-ltefl(,h circular with l.oeotestl-moniaif Write for FRKEerery pie was blown through the side of n State. OF.01U51. from r.t T 50 quality. CATrK-r'lS 25 & school-hous- e U W.Monroe St., Chicago. thouMtari 1 Prime steam.. i i uu choice Dairy oh ii Creamery.. GVi ft 12 fi'i H V. 10 2.10 H 2 75 250 (it 2 7.1 CONSUMPTION I a powlttTa rtm4y tor U aDore yy It um 30,009 CARPENTERS iiD, ..i... :.. .......... ...-.. Q B ft-1- 12 ned. ls 1 to-da- hoise-puwc- r, hay-load- er hay-for- k, nt jFrn" iy strong drink. With all the concentrated energies of my soul I hate it. Do not tell me that a man can be happy wheu ho knows that he is breaking his wife's heart and clothing his children with rags. Why, there are on the roads and streets of this land little children, barefo'oted and unkempt want on every pitch of their faded dress and on every wrinkle of their prematurely old countenances who would have been and as well clad as you in churches are but for tho fact that rum destroyed their parents and drove them into the grave. O rum, thou foe of God, thou despoiler of homes, thou recruiting officer of the pit, i hate thee! But my subject takes a deeper ton's, and that is that the uufortnnate of whom I speak suffers from the loss of the soul. The Bible intimates that in the future world, if we are unforgiven here, our had passions and appetites, unrestrained, will go aIonr with us and make our torment the e. So thnt, I suppose, when an mebriuts i Hn waks up in the last w.nl ,...,'ie vil. iji.i. Jfiw, innuit.. tUin cUwiu- to-d- ay to-da- y terrifying tne teacher and HOGS 1AYJE CO., 5 f!J . 5 CO scholars, besides ruining n large map of IN'DIANAPOMS. tho grasshopper districts of Kansas. A Wheat-N- o2 red 70 ? Table Sirup. Sweet Pickles. Vinegar. Catsup. risere. ;:t ... large barn containing thirteen tons of hay Canning and for farmers' r. Ires mailed an ... was lifted oir its foundations and carried O.xts mixed free with erery dime po per of Fall TumlpSeeufallsortsV o winter G rower, i nrown in. tnpcr ITaslkt, bevd ieex Madison, Ark. sir miles dow h valley, where it settled Flour A No, James down to squarely tnat tho doors could le GRAIN Wheat No. .2 rod. ...jj 0) rt. 4 .V) 100 OOO ACRES of CHOICE TTA"VSAS opened without prying them. The wind ft tiiU, Iregu, Rooks A Graham br, Oats mixed blew the tnils off sx Durham cows, and a ... . POItK moss.. Easy Terms, i" 0 P.'.Kor Sale onwell watered. wua it...f uii Berkshire pig weighing two hundred LAHU-ste7 w (J, 7 ePV B4JIla T.innhlptfurn!hedfreeonappl.cat,ontO l upland pounds was blown completely through his XVl T. WLShES, lWWaaWnglonimuucago. skin, the hide remaining in a standing position and preserving an expression of MATERIALS. Lustra and Kensington naturalness that deceived many visitors. w Cnlnra. Itenousss Work, Wax Flower Supplies. Send for our various catalogue. Tne boundary lines of several townsnips IIOFMAXS BKO.. were bent all out of shape, so that they Expresses th condition ot thousands of poople Mall orders aollclted. Street, Cluclnnatl, Ohlaw 165 Main at this season. Tho depressing effects of tho warm looked like a curled-hamattress on a hot weather and that tired fecllnt: are quickly ove FACE, HANDS, FEET, griddle, and the air was blown so comcome by tho o ot Hood's Sarsaparllla. It RWes teclodlo ani all Uwir pletely out of the valley that people had strength In place of weakness, frfves tono to every DrTtlepnsnt, boMruooai "air, cma -- .., -, Kl --, 'Acik, UthuWuli, organ, creates an appetite, and purines tho blood. to go up on the hills when they wanted to . . lla Give It a trial no. breathe. F&UTiVi Dr. JOHN H, WOODBURY, , ago - JAMS, JELLY, Kraut-Makin- g 111 Corn-mi- xed . 1 Corn-mi- xed " ara LANDS Tired Languid Dull lPTgTg . . ir oi-, Me- ?- t - A Itlval ot tin- - AVhlto Lady. I r- -v , A large rat the wards of a Pittsburgh hospital a few hours before tho death of a patient. It will run under the cot of the doomed person, and after ruminating tl erj a few minutes without any demonstration whatever it will run away and disappear. In every instance the person occupying the cot has died within thirty-si- x hours after the occurrence. This has caused such consternation thnt many effoiti nave been ma Jo to polian :a,Ht iChlcaso News. is said to appear in one of I commenced taklnR Hood's "Two months an experiment, as I had no appetite SarsaparilU or strength, and felt tired all the time. I attributed my condltton to scrofulous humor. 1 had tried several different kinds of medicine, without receiving my benefit. But as soon as I had taken half a bottle of Hood's Sarparilla, my appetite was restored, and my stomach felt better. I have taken three bottles, and I never felt better." SI us. J. F. OPIUM! A-rllll-U hit-- Onlrkl- and Pmlnleaaw t home. CorresDondeuce mwtM (1W1 OUU - fislf v- i- aw r v II mi tors. TheI-CVan- x kk- If "Ilood's Sarsaparllla jravo mo new Ilfe.and restored mo to BT wonted health and strength." William H. Clocoh. Tllton, u. Dolbeark, Pascoa. It. , HbU to xa days. AOMruucnr. IIII Jr.J.Cttcpheas,l.cbaaoa.O-- la liie Morphln Cared TO 8H A. DAT'. 110 $5 Sample worth SI. FKEb. Lines not ondfTthe horse's feet. Write BBKnSTtt iUFJETT KXIS UOLBKBCO.,Hi:y,Elck. Hood's Sarsaparilla SoldbyalldmacW. CIDUC rAnMO !(euh. rata uu J. C IIaLl, UcLeansbora. 111. per acre, only Good landi krCl. HOOD 00, Apothecaries, II; six for tS. Prepared only Lowell, AaTl ..lY.- -ta 108? v IQO . .cv. V it & i.-tT"- , - .. -- n ;; 4? - D9 On Dlr Mm. iniEMVRITINOTO ABVKRTISKRS lIcaao ear jron MW tfee AAYertteMaMtt toUai9tHtaai i jri t ' f id - ' v $5 e -- t. iri. 1 T' t!WJ -- " V-- ' tSf.l :.pjs r j IV. - v V,fc .:": i'lmt&sm&s aaHaKr I t vV3,fc2L TaaWe-"r'T-- L iv5?-I Pil OTiajK- -, ygaya-- - j- eaaBLLaBfc -- 5aaLaaaaaE-- VV -. Jc ? ' f "t . Lteaaaaaaaai VHH F?rmi ii i i -- f t' $ far ffc. ' 3 Jp.' ;- ta . V V - iSspring Stock all infhid ready TV otajjrices thatnnfl Summer all. Uiae, arnvdl beWrcii for sale mil please Call and examine foi et 'BP' 3B:, - ' - " III M1U Q--- gt. y-- 9 EIgPrt-- l "V for business. His Stock embraces all the Noveities'in all lines, and is all first-clas- s my Goods and gel my prices, and you will see at once that I can and will sell Goo , and re- -, that o pati ona-r- Buchanan is tno mathat keeps the prices down and holds them there. .Returning sincere thanks to bestowed on me in the Pt, ajul which has enabled me to do the largest business of any1.oi.so in this section of the thousands of my patrons country 11 I rum PuUm TSB HKBK4U COUF.IER i IiIoIaSaN KENTUCKY STREET. KEEPS constantly on hand ol DEUOOUTIG tu-- ilJi.J.l 3Judge, mi - iMM-- i ir, in tnu Duur The following is fSi MrJfGil- Fn the hoine of representatives, .j oy crs, att oi "'V1 Jinn- - Wane t, LSSti, Mr. .Miller mtroduc- 13111 ill(Udtl!A.U-llikr-B- t i riH.ii rtt: ; c Tin Miller Bill Substitute for f HE i GO BIS DAUGHTER, i The '" ! "' J ii New Examining ers v I HaR,-K , ' t A.m rfBFf"WKlSsi--.- . forh'r liutt. i .ii education, jimu An interesting liabeas tins ntv : trial.--, in cass of homicido to fc.. i sale , li t ', . . , . U !l. Illl'll III t)m linflllt,. Il.n I...II ... ,1 tlllh l:iSl "iiefenini; HOUSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. V0ir tnetnher of CASWELL BENNETT, Congress, theto Httj. V. .J. v "v "L,u iil ",u ,..: ;., ti.n B.. V . seai.,aim ne- V'.-.- . l..!i Having purclinsed the stable, horses "Stone, common t., .! "i'i'"v v.r E. litre Acaieiiiav ueioioiiou. tore the countv mdire. This bill o 0. and entire outfit of W. u. Plumnie r of Livingston Comity schools. I can trul J. Dillard. dohii I). Clai)forg. was intioduced by Jlon. XV. T. sa that, there are few we propose to continue the business, and: I.e it enacted by the senate and ed an order from V. F. Ljsbiter Tevis, members more .vorthy of bein" For Superior Court Judpc, representative from this solicit patronage- tepreseutaties of the, for license to marry Miss Lottie county, and is one of the best bills ret.iined in Congress than hir, hotibt-o-t Lntted JAMES H, BDWDEN, and know of uo individual mem- gress SUites of America in con- - Lassiter, the old daaghter passed miring tno entire session. W. DEESTELBRINK assembled, that for ten years ot Mr. lassiter. Thev were ber that lias Uie yiteiests of his It is what the State of Kentucky IjST of Toil.! Countv. passage of this act tried in due form and were Legin- - has long needed. alter the constituents at heart so much as Many a murder he has. and is continually work- iiieresimu ne nnuuniSy appropnat- - ning to imagine themsehes safe has gone unhung because of his A j . 1! Tin: Democrats oloctod a Gov. ing in the interest of his section ed the sum of $S,UOO.UOO. to bo ex-- , from the clutches of tho oldgen-pende- ubility to engineer the case to by the several States and tleuian, but he came to town and suit crnor in Oregon last week to take and constituents: and I think it himself before tho ,;t r i...i.r..,c in.ni. and while a majority ofmagistrate, tTie place of a Jirpublicnu. due to him that he should be re territories of the United States. sihmI nnt. , Does have for tlu securing to all for his child, charging that the done what they thought them right, space this look like the Deinocrats are tamed here, as his place eouli not children l,ur"se of in was NOtrouble to narao all articlea. but no 3 C:J t3 residing to show goods, the I'nited marriage was a uulittv. that his in the case a largo number be filled by a ner member, jj. "deir.oralizctr' as the KcpnliHenii andome and see, at the corner of Troy States, between the ages of 8 and .daughter hud been kiduann&l by been unduly inlluenccd in have perseverance constant inanv and .Moscow Avenue. East Ilickmru, Ky papers are so londl- - pioelainiing? in behalf energy andlie represents iujimD.Vin-ui-iuuairi'ccum-'joiii- i of those ii. Clapp, unil that shdwas ways Cleveland is making sonje uncer- deserve any reward, he should monsclniol education : Provided restrained from him l3 force, fraud A magistrate who tain States, New York, Oregon. certainly receive it at the hands ILhat no position of said sum shall land nndm ;.iiiif,n,.a .....i rivAi midst of a gang of out! PRIiWffl FRKVGU 0RGAXD1B8 o paid to any the .v.v . .....a wt...r. v Califonia, &c., certain, and looking of his Kentucky friends to a unit. mat does not State or ternorv t.iirt ennit to ,.i w. i,;.,w..,.t.-.- rr not feel at liberty to fit jgAMILY maiutftiu out of its irl c n ,L.n ROCERY ClLBBUT OYLIS." them guilty, as ho fears vengeance to the capture of own tuuds lour eominou-schooland Tho case was called, the rate Irom the crancr. Frenuontlv thn Iowa. Then what does it matter, The Wi ago Purchase says: "The hi eacn school district of such father, tho husband and In Vride magistrate "stands in" with the H. O. if there is some bickering in some question is being asked whether - gmfg, (DAVIS1 OLD STAND.) , resp?mland tnd then one All kinds of or not Capt Stone will hae any moitisinatjpea against the jnri&lic- - hat e been "fixed." Asa rule the certain Democratic States, tike i,"fcll"'D"UJ"1 uwuvi uon oi tno comt. 'he plea tcttlic' countv judge s are opposition in the race for ConKentucky and the South ? i m" residents ol STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES apportioned and paid to jurisdiction wrs oven uled andho localities Tnlfested notby outlaws. gress this fall. We are inclined crr wnps on its met its. Ti.o.L-'esinot, as . . lw anally kept es. they have moie bouse, at bof All the Democratic State con- to the opinion that he willworking iiuu uie uisiric.i oiJ1 "V utntua in 'iwso tried iivi i'v twii' tJtlV1 Vivi poit of the constabulary the sun- - We have a large variety of white Dress Goods, Laces and Em&rofder-ie- orn price9. in a i uo ...r. niin i,,n..,;n.i ho is one of the best and the1 t,,at proportion which the whole "jiiaced on tho witness stand I ml people. A ventions recently assembled have members of tho i)resentCoi.rrr.Rr J.men Collar, J.ace Collars, Silk Mita, Best line of Ladies' and FAA'Cl' CAM)JES, county judge behind a i TEA if, u, io; now tney ioed each otter, 'Uck in the court house at the blisses' Ho.'-epass2d resolutions endorsing, i,uw,,B " ni nis devotion to Ins duties he "."""-Corsets, &c. iy T, VI CKLES of the ago of 10 years and and gave all the circumstaiuCS of countv seat, surrounded hv tho "vmS We have a lino assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e the administration has won the resnect of his fellow- over, can not writo boars to tho men CRXXBERRIES, I1031IN1 GU1TS courtship how the ha sherifr. the deimties th nnlii-- nr members and all others who come w Shoes and Slippers, which we vmninfef in of President Cleveland. This in contact with him: He ttoio mimiicr oi ouch persons in managed to "pull the w odl oven town marshal and deputies, and a CWom-mad- e has reClothing, latest shows whether the Democracy is sorted to no tricks of the dema- the United States. Such compu tho old iiiant e.M," ran awat and; laro number of law abiding eiti- - Collar, J ies, Hand kerchiefs,. &c stvle and lowest price. Hats, Shirts jspm as mc, iicpuuticau papers gogue nor pandered to tho whims tation snail ue inauo according to got married. Thev also ntro-- i zens, is far more law iiisnirinsrimd . . 41. n. li: ... JK. J'rosii rainilv Grocerio. ;nw1 sold uj ivn 440 mu- - i...,.A rte. Sugar, Cuilccs, Soaps, Ac. nc me cuiibhs tuiced witnesses to prove thatMhe u much better iiosition to ' fearhave it. IIUUCV, il of no itidhiihial. Custom as well Doora. S:iah. Blinds. nn.l HiL. ,.,.,. l,.- oi iwu,iimi viicii mane simil not,oungmau had a good character lessly carry out the law, than two .av vi.Cj as justice demands that he should U i IU Sy'Vill not be tin !erold. u t.iug:ii u.v luihuii in ,iu, some jironettv. J her also magistrates Mltiug on a log under Will pay full price fir Butter, Eg:sro be endorsed. All the objections Carlisle t'ov "Preside s: SOIS7 S. we have heard to his course so ferent return of illiterates byanylproed that the girl was a well-- ! a tree, or on a nail keg in a gro J. uh CuraineixUI subsequent census. developed woman ; that she w efirh cery, or a punencou nencii m tt far A high commendation of John are as can be traced to the doors, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS See. 3. That the proportion of,ed 171 pounds; that she had an school house, away out in the couii from tho disappointed oftico G. Carlisle filled a lending editor-ialisaid fund to which each Suite and excellent English education ;hat tiy with ono constable, half a the Xew York Star of Sun-di- seekers." territory may be entitled under sue Knew and lully underwood dozen men of the icinity, and HICKMAN, KV. tho writer going so far as to the distribution as pro ided in sec- all the duties of a huiisi-w- . eaud time doen Ii tends of the accus-t'!- . Hon. V. J. Stone, Representmj intimate the fitness of the Speaktion L' of this act shall be paid b Mi. 'leis should hae the - ?- er for the highest office in the gift ative in Congress from the First the treasurer of ihe Tinted SiateV. tliat she only needed fm.i 'inhths .)..ks to he i iai- of ,ie. ,, ati d Ken- tni t ii.ie State ol SOXof the American people and the District, is said to bo the strong- to the treasurer or otiier tin i tu tl't tl DEALER 15 probability of his reaching this est and most itiiluentl.il man of oll.cer authott.ed by the laws ot getu zcoin and it in mo'hu w.is old in oidei to Ui U'lr He si.fh station. SJmilararticlcs find their the Kentucky delegation. ' Mate or temtor to Italian and American Marbli k rarely fails way '"" "" "i"j-- i n,iil V.5 ,t . ifj mr nniitl villous ksf in j?ecuriHefc.t what ... iliwIkiiiLf.m. 4LO 'm . xi l.reeue ltd to her fmother ' t!iiTITITITITITITITITITITITITITITITITITI .AiXlXORAI IUKQU IUO f TOa?lUj oi J uly, ' "yiej" repre6ciiTation which I.lot 1m i,Piefeated tlui 'lijr mother tci.derrt lllOTH j ..-"" ' .w.T escnee in Congress .. ,... fp,v purer OI- tietter men dav of Julv annually theteatter and pared to fill all ore Cailisle's r ih Ginmtfl T until ten pay mens hae been made loved her husliaiid be"'( i "i" . h Ttotest.int and Orancrt h - mi O'iiiiiii ar worK gives them. It can not be urged : the State tiljUl Mr. Stone. tn the north ot Ireland, aud the Orders from the country promptly to each Stato and terntorji. anj" one else on eaiih ainlili.it OMW ? that one or two newspaper writers f Mslison illc Times, Tuesday noteis in the may 20 Seel. That the sums of money- she was going to live with him at and Wednesday outbreakwere Prounder pav are responsible for his, m nights to be paid under tho pro- all hazards. provided (Cijiitoti S'reet, Corman & Co's Old Stand ) reputation, or that his promise o Ftoin Cln fliiiiil'i. Vetne. visions of this act shall be expend- After argument of the case the testants and Orangemen. exhibit1? a few ofiices causes all these adthe imtlacnbie spirit they There is hardlj a probability of ed by the States and territnes in court entered judgment for xo- mirers to toady to him. His praise the s home-iuleducational bill ed it ia evident that the DEALER IS same mauer and for the same ter ami ordered the Sherili to gi e agnation is too and too varied passing the House, and not a poshas stirred' up ancient R"f m rpJ3 e"""s". in its forms for this supposition to sibility of its becoming:! law. The purposes and through the same him possession of his daughter, enmities in Ulster, and put the Family Groceries; ?!S V fuuds of the State This caused the bride to weep r Oiatigemen in 5f be entertained. a most savage tem President would veto it so quick officers that the ASD ALSO. and she clung to her husband per. No territory applied to tho such formidable mob as that it would make the heads of tenanceof common-school- s Nets, Seine, Line?, Ilookml all'kind are declared that nothing should that whieh rose up in Belfast. f The Republican party gave its rupporters swim. .Mr. Lyman, ponded : Provided, that no part ever separate them. Evi ryone in of dialling Tack'e and Stipplie", at a bar wav to railroads 179.000,000 acres of New York, said he had a talk a gaiu. Ciroccrics and I'siniily Supplier gen sympathy Tuesday night, wrecked and burnfund of the .,.... herein proiided shall the courtroom was in erally. , ,n,n ed the houses of Irish Catholics, ... of land more than the German with the President on tins stuyect i. ,.i ... ,i.n i..,;iri:,. nri., ittt in; m-,. mv; utiiiuitii: w. , :i. i !. ,. uiini;.,.,.1a . tin j""fi mi overpowered 1.300 police, and acempire A lull is pern ..g declar- - a whde back and come to l,n con- - school'.llolls(?s in in , lg eill ,au VCM y t f nor t0 I have Fociire'l, permancntir, one of the finest workmen in the Stale, and will make baritiff the lands irianted the orth elusion that a veto wonltl meet for the same. NEW FIRM. sprightly and intelligent, and it tually attacked them in their any- roofing ami tinning a specialty. White House. beracks, has been witnessed the measure at the ern Tacific railroad forfeited, Motto I will not be undersoil, even in larger cities. the proportionate seems hard that altera married! where else in the wot Id for many ,. cause of the failure of the com- Tho Piesidcnt e.piesscd his dis- i Sec. o.r That r.....i i.. ,, iih;h ,i.'i:- ... i. iiur, CARLISLE & mi.iiu ui .i.:., iuiiu ii iuv ul i, w .1.., r. .i....;.. ti.i lmc' a day. It exhibited so much disin,, mu,iii"n elm o LiJTTUS pany to complete the road in the approbation of tho bill colored children of each State and to renounce it. She .Iclarei that' cipline in it fighting and so much lime specified, and the Republi- edlv. and declared himself against . r. l t i :n .:.i,..i mv sou nui rejoin jiieriHOi iiiav ilie emiiiuu uiuier inu injlllipsr ..:..:.. ioei ruhu.iim.iv il.n- method in its movements as to .,- Stntfi WOOD can Congressmen are fighting the the policy of natonnl .n, c It- is undernQnR (if . ..w.v.v...", ' .......ww .aw..Wb.w "" (vj xti cajacaj . bill. Senator Sherman, u is said, with cuui.inuii.ii matters in tho OYnorip,i ... nj,linfr them stood nets prepaiiug io sen ma lescue itself from the character is worth over 1,000,000, made at! States. The gentlcmauls under to obtain tho benefits of a com- - tironertv and an elopement is the of a mob and reveal a trained LI v match of :i salary of 6o,o00 a year since the the impression that the President anticipated. Tho bodytho men moio than athe city next chapter education. for war. will also veto the river and harwhole police of xox Sec. G. That for the purposes of disconsolate bride's father is cue and the surrounding country; and bor and the arrears of the pen- this act tho District of Columbia of tho wealthiest All Vinil!1 of Farm Machinery. Plows. in North Implements, Wagon", &c, repaired on Judge Dill Lindsay, the tall sion bills should they go to him at and the district of Alaska shall be ,Tesas, anil the family stand high another thing, still, it shows that (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) short notice and workmanlike manner. the menaces of chil war we have hickory of Hickman, is looming their present questionable shape. considered as territories. in society. $ 23S"New Wagons, &c made to order, heard from Ulster aro not idle ro up in the senatorial derby. With G rover has a fresh, green club maro ports : they have an ominous Lindsay to lead the Senate and ready for seeral oL tho fat Tali: Jktio.n "Jiokv Ttttvis. meaning in them. Tho Ulster Or- J11CKUAW, Coming. in the House, the g. o. schemes of this session Carlisle Another War Groceries. angemen ha o probably made up Exchange Commonwealth would resume the in tlir N!iille Tinon your l'( Swenrinir he was out of it and their minds that, home rule or no .1 jili.S'ftli rni-.v Speak a good word for proud position she occupied in 'EVso 3?tsK 25cts Lower than the Lowes STOCK, out and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. OPENED, town and county whenever an op- know nothing about it, beastly home rule, they will never submit JUST reasonable. Patronage solicited. national councils in the days of l have no clerk cxpnsss no store ren to an in Dublin. More Clay and Crittenden. Louisville and pay cash for all my Groceries, and The action of the honse judicia- portunity present itself. politics for They, Irish parliament old Ben Butler talked with the support of the hcrefore can sell as cheap as tho cheap Times. ry committee on the senate (Ed- - towns dto for want of confidence three mortal hours to a reporter. so long st. Pcst brands of Wittenberg and Lon , 5 munds( bill to prohibit polygamy on u,c part of business men and He could find nothing worthy of British authority, have t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low maintained an ascendancy over irom JOilN WITTING. The Democratic State Judicial in Utah is so radical m maitv re lack of public spirit thantowns the his llaming tongue in current pol- the native Irish people that they or neighboring Convention of Tennessee nominat- spects as to change tho character ,rialry of itics aud he conjured up an issue will not now acquiesce in a chango When ai is to lead to war before 1S90. which places the native Irish peoed as candidates for Supreme of the bill aud materially improve adverse surroundings. HOW TO SAVE IJONEi ,nan 'MBLaiun Ul "u",i; Ul " . V. u. that s He sas the North pajs Court Judges W. C. Caldwell and it. It was supposed that the location goes to a town ami initio of the laves, but the South has ple over them. Bather than this W. C. Fowlkes, of West Tennes- Democratic house would defer so they themselves will cease to bo We are Wholesale Headquarters lor at MAXUFACTURERSOP uumiuiu. ,,0i";.-"'s of the statesmanship. loyalists and becomo rebels. see; Peter Turney and Horace 11. largely to constitutional scruples everything over the prospects of grades of EJsw whipped the Lurtony of Middle Tennessee; and as to emasculate the senate i.in enthusiasm at work to When the North CHEWiE, miM TOBACCO i:i C1SASS L. Snodgrass, of East Tennes- and leave polygamy to itself. But the dace and earnestly soon be- South she went back tohernioney-tnaking- , D. build up the town, he and will job to dealers only at Factory trusting to tho Southern see. Judge Turney is a member the judiciary committee's proposiIJeilrmetI King;. prices; also the comes embucd with the same spirit ers to behave uiemsei'ves ueueni tion is a more efficient mid rigor9ST" of tho present court. ous measure than.that of the sen and as a resim nc iinvcs un u .a instead of yoin.' to the deposition of King Ludwig The D'ntsl Scotch and Sncfrior Scotch Sail, .. ,.i. ..i. ate. j.,Qiiuua lucuutiiiutt vituttii siaue.j and noes iumuh. nun he olow the Southcrncis started for from the throne of Bavaria, has the best in the market. "We also keep The bill changing the Stato mil tllft !.rae.t.r,f. nP nnlrn-imWhen however, nn SaillC lllterCSl Washington to regain their old loner been icuarded as the inevit constantly on hand a choiae selection . Board of Equalization from eleven mercy '. ui;o .i n (nlVII lllll of Family Groceries, Coufectionene aniB j ODP (!X- political supiemacy. Now, able consequence of his mental whatever, aud tins, J.too. irnnl! In ., w .. ...... PVPIT to four and making the members and apprehension timo sas, they are lirmlj entrench i...... .l:.;.... 'r:. ......i .,...1 v r,vii-,Fruits, which we will sell very low for - presses doubt iniiiiiiuii. xtit: ui.nt .111,1 .vii.i appointive by tho Judges of the while carefully avoiding the doubt- in the future prosperity of the Ben the cash. Please call and see us. gradually inching up the unfortunate Court of Appeals did not becomo lul constitutional processes ot the- ;..!.. .M,!i,ilnii, tlir. itwlnliriiicr ed athere and upon mo government gant freaks ofkept, not only the FUUL1 & DeBOW. y ? : monarch have ,,Tftll7 to demand a law as was generally supposed. j'.dinunus nut. The attenuation- , oimug complaints Southern war losses, 103 al family, but tho whole kingTho bill passed tho House but zes the President to appoint fourteen of the trustees of charter-fc a J, . ami when that demand is made dom is in a state of excitement. f died to get through the Senate. ed Mormon Saddlery aijd Harness spark will flame One of his eccentricities was an church. Tho 1'0H l fees tliat it is no plac e loi min.i t jn the Xortlimairs heart and insane fondness for building castad-committee object' this n 31k. Geokge reminded the Sen- ...:..:....:.. ail tiiv i.nit nun ...i :.. and at once shakes the dust from ,.:,.,:,... 0. .,.., spo . les, which he furnished in most iii, . lis feet, while he pulls with all his ii ate Friday that Congress has steatl ot:iiiiiii it driver. The old spites and hates gorgeous and costly style, until he PLlipEF? .& FARRIS, given to the railroad corporations annulmentrecommend the absolute possible speed for some other arc bred in tho bone down South had covered himself with 610,000,- of charter, try and from 3SG0 to 1S73 an area of laud because of itsthe church violation town. Consequently, i and the new generation aro going 000 of debts. Although Ludwig Jaclson St., opposite Courier Office inanitest ul greater than lhat of the Republic of the constitution make a live, enterprising, pro- to demand pay for the damage to was a king, he was not by any DEALER IJST prohibits which - - - KY. JIICKVAN, of France or the Empire of Ger- the enactment of any law respect- - j gressive town, lemember when their inheritance. Much more of means unlimited in his royal powa 5 many. Aud the Republicans did you are working for and saying k WELL selected stock of Saddles anil nig ineesianiistmient of religion. good thing for your town you are the same kind of bosh shows how er. Ho was, in fact, tho monarch Harness. New work made to order. ft. Gen. Butler knows of the ot a very Democratic country, Prompt attention gircn Io accomplishing all the more for little of the Southern people. with his powers circumscribed and The Deiuocrn'sCiiutrol Oresroii. heart Eigiit young ladies at Yin yourself. 5f O KE They arc as truly loyal as tho Nor- defined by constitutional restric, Portland, Or., Juno 10. The cenncs, Intl., refused to. graduate men and will bo more so, as tions. of any kind. Ho has secured the servioea thern in the 6ame class with a negro election summarized is as follows: of that well known and excellent workilloiimaiii lanstllltjes. AND ho proves by his own statement There is really nothing to preHerman PATENT girl. Bring theso negro worship- The Republicans man, Uncle Bob Farriw, which of itself i June 11. Latest ad when he shows that ,"S per cent, vent the King's being sued or London, ers (for his vote) right down" close to Congress by 1,000 plurality; a guarantee of good and faithful work. for debt. His to tho negro and they will kick the Democrats elect Governor, vices from Perry county indicate of the children born North are even imprisoned brought numerapr21 Abdominal Supports hostil-.froforeign-borparents, while extravagance had Treasurer and Supremo Judge. tat there is no cessation of every time. J. C. PARTLOW. The Republicans elect Secretary ities between French and Ever- - at tho South it is only II percent, ous creditors to the verge, of ruin, MEDICINES. J. F. GRAY. r and they had begun to clamor lusThe better element of demo- of State, Superintendant of Pub- - sole. A general fight is looked, The South will contain more 3?A.ITTT S at any moment. The parties tive Americans than the North tily and angrily for payment. In cracy is asserting itself in Ohio. llic Instruction and Printer. As A.3ST3D And get your Blacksmithing and general Democrats elsewhere have been the Governor, Secretary of State aro not only leading merchants, and by just that much will she be addition to this the king has been Repairing dono at c A.asrx jealous of our institutions, very arbitrary and tlespotic in his ashamed of the greedy, greasy, andTreasurer constitute the Board but are prominent lawycrsat seems to have consti treatment of his ministers, and, s dL COS., in Ohio calling of Management of all State insti- aid, and both have legions of Gen. Butler T. indeed, assumed to exerciso the TOILET ARTICLES i - p5gpyv-Mi tutions, the Democrats will have friends in Perry, Leslie, Letcher, tnted hiinselftlie themselves Democrats. ( Corner of Obion and Exchange Struts,) control of tho State for the next Bell and narlan counties. It is! of Mr. Blaine, for after his proph-no- t power and authority of an abso-lutmonarch. EICEMAN, improbable that the friends jccy he announces it as Mr. Blaino's IY. TnE expenses of the Govern-uien- t four, years. &C., &C, j&C. &c, &c, &c. will enlist dur-- , policy. We may safely count on A heavy curse seems to rest for May 1880, were C,000,0(!( from these counties Prices. Oar Good Work at less than for May, 1SS". Who will mol to. Tun Knights "of Labor are ing the war. Eversolo is a broth-- ' a campaign of hate, with the rea-e- r upon the royal family of Bavaria. - W" assurance of winning, i)tv The brother of the recently de(&M1ILL WORK a specialty." say after this that Mr. Cleveland threatened witlua break up. of Hon. II. C. Eversole, r JOUN F. GKAY & CO. can not support a wife ? Louis-vill- Jealousy and contention are about monwealth's Attorney of the Fif--j cause Ben Butler will bo on1, tho posed King Is a raving lunatic, and ESTPrcscriptions filled at any hour, day oright. King nisi,t foil after 10 o'clock mar2G-t- f j others liavo died insano. V. M. side. several other Times. tecntb Judicial District. to destroy tho order. 4 TN. 'fn-ilirri- fr Appellate 't'& s. f ii..Z. r I f l.;,.l. lull uaaB" .,...,. o . i tfi4k. mf j xr?fi .i la (MeTit!rfte ramxii Ilni.i sail -- (niton !4ii.;M lvAUiniA2fcirir?:...Iiiiifct3. . t)si titles I; a TCioiimim.i , Law. ! Trial SALE AND LIVERY STABLE ..- ciiiimih ens.!. fRnu. cor-in- g "' I: - ,t,x this ibsne we publish in full the bill iccentlv nassed hv the . I i..r;t.i-,t.,,,- Faeis & Pakkek, .,u :.. l J M . - 'u -- 1 13-je- nr ( mar-uc- LATEST STYLES IJ -- d i B?-I?7- Pi t Family i s. -- 1 i D?3 . w w i Wist-oiibi- n B ,eaBtlwoinb1l'"--f AND PLAIN PIQUA. H es JTIDG!G ..,,,. " d firat-cla- s, w'"--'-",-'- .. ' -. , JUIXCE-JIEA- A - o frivi.t-itisffir.rln- n , ..- -. .v..m1.-.a.cimiiB- .fl .. i ni 1 - J P-iin- l.. 5"!U y 7 mi-,:ii- ilU- - J. AMBERG'S J n y, y) - yfev T . 1 1 -- n-i,- - -- OVr iii-,1 '. " t. " I i M"-""- - "wtsssssimssss Jr.. " w I, I - 0. KINGMAN, nWrW-&- ' - mem ! wmm is. -- c Ulair-Willi- s. GASB, ! e wide-sprea- d j r-l , j bit-o- kS5if main-jterl- y ex-'an- d 'w r i i u ti, , , ' ! .. tiat-foo- t- :.,.p.. , , ... i.i. i. . ', ; -- lf "I-i- -- , ! R W Li Tgm i ul mon-scho- ol WII EM an. i j KENTUCKY, -- with-nc- w W. G. KINGMAN. oct30-lSS- i four-fifth- i HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. " four-fifth- 3 ryggiligp rijll , iiCn,,,.,! . t.-'C- I C35 v. i , I . , 1 "&V I l01 r.,u.,J Hickman Kentucky. 1 At v , I J. w. cowGlEEi DRUGS, . " -- . fiflit -- Trusses 1A I I re-ele- ct m n na-fo- -- STOICS CRAY Rock-botlo- Ilaz-.mor- -- swag-grabber- John-the-Bapti- st o I -- J. Com-jsonab- le II I M i e 3j - ti " 'TW-ff- , ' ."t- -- T 'MA'lk ,'ij . t'-iX- J -- ? .r r 7 r . I .Si, i jJOcja - n r.. twt. 1 , x ? r.ri :h EO" TV J1? 1 i wc irffMi.tf ,r -, T,-. tfa .Z. " . ' ' .. x -- s . . wetsr v - a ''rr ;. '.- - i WiPW M.-JBP- i&rn-ry-js- - " " tf . -. J fcjaMg-JMr- ' i .-t tt .h m '.Ar -- : ir-tr nT.y w i ' VSCjs J'JL "1 ter -- - - fk 'MJg ill. .!.,. f it '$ MifttniiiitiK the rciiuiation of always wok tlin ciiiko. niwl thnt. ttir anrxi AVool cnierpnainjr, and ever rename Having kept tho sparks smolderinc until Ken's Suits, at $S.50, worth S12.S0 Kings ii'c Af?f.nc-- for ",0 ccJoLted 2vev Discovery for Ck)njnmtion, it burst forth in the ceiling and 111 Other houses. willII it on a OHitive i.nirnnipp: Jt will oui. iiuuut j o uiucu. il una AliKXANDKIl & JlAXWKLTj. surely cure any and every oH theorv 18 true, tho snarks were I I i r our smoiuering some i or 't .nonrs be to inrvai. j.iuigs..tiiu;l uuesi.anu ., snow .. , n.i i. no :iuue yiui 10 can auu gei a fore burstinginto flame, but in tho ,pi.. are invited to sec loiiiniuuiu. Our Railroad Prospects. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FULTON COUNT?. IHckinan just now has a boon;- ven cir.rriT Ijl'dge. Blue Lick Mineral Water, ni Fans and Parasols, a great, ing prospect for obt lining an ex Taxable Wealth, $2,053,030. flyyud Us LaNDUUM'S.MOOKK & Wo are authorized to announce C. L. variety, and at lowest prices, at tension of tho Iron Mountain liiul- "of $92,720 Over RAKDLK, of Tulton county, as a fcOIITII, lii.Lisox &,U07S s Itfrj bargains in all Icimls of for Circuit Judge. Predion in Auroad to this place to connect with An Increase Goods, at rhiut's. Last Year. 'Woolen Dress ljni ' tho Nashville and Chattauooga gust next. iT!,0'V ."0W r.'1" t,,e.nJu TH.L YOtT BEACHBD . . .. ' . FACTS WORTH KNOWING, Af """.' laii lncuorv ui fri. -"- -. We have a lot of old stock COitllONWHALTIl'S ATTORNEY. VOK "" i ono T esral Voters a Wain Ul ' Shoes, for Indies and .Misses, Hickman. Wc arc authorized o announce CIIAS. that Jlr. ;. . c... , V" .. , , 1in " rnll!li! imfitnnnt 'rr.rw , WORTH REEMBEHINS. 273 Over 1885. Which wo have placed vn our II. THOMAS, of McCrackcn county, as a Thomas. Prcs't of the vaR, &i Counters at less than half their liail a most delightful nVnic at canJivlate for re election Jo tho office of Chat & St. Louis road, has been in' I'opu lO.ftSi) Again! Oommonwcaltli'3 Attorney for thi" Judicial cost. Now is the time to ;et ynu Ji"o ajiiinj;, :iiuiiii!iy A District. E.cction in August, lSO. correspondence- with Mr. Hoxio' a pair of good Shoes, cheap. Call ti.SOO Is: SWSO. Masters Henry Cowgill and Sons. J. AiiuKiio's at Wc arc anttioriicd to announce J Oil N hF Kohert Buchanan. Mndenisof the Vice L'ros't of tho Gould system, w county asseasmont HOW TO GET IllCIl. K. IIENUttlCKS, of LivingRtfln county, may2S4t The Fnhon Iv.'M. , near Frankfort. KvM re- - and that negotiations thus far arc just completed gives lOS.obiJtacri-office of Commonas a candidate for the Choice CORNED 1JEKF, at iiirneu iioinc, rruiay. so fnvoniulcasto cause Mr. Thom - ii,, tllt countv, with the taxable wealth's A turner, in this, the First Judij G cents "per pound, for sale by J. cial District of Kentucky. Election in ' that ho regarded tho value of $ ,0 ?,7r. : and l,S!Slovn A Cholera continues hjlcsinM-- as to asee next. aprl W. Rogers. A dollar sivllliSka dollar made, August march in Italy, an avcnigo ol exteiiBion of tho Iron Mountain il(,tB valued at $J10,f:."5; nmkuig . OLD Wo aro to announce SA MU T.L . Wo return most hearty thanks twenty new cases and tondeaths to Ilickiunuatau early dav almost itho real estate aggregate the val and the savimr of Ua?c (if nviu ret I OKO?SLANTD, a., a candidate for the oflioe . ra 3 .. ... to the ladies, for their liberal ap being reported daily. ue of 1,437,290. enough of era ,) willjcertainly make oi. uom mom can n'R Anorney.. .i" .1.:. lUL w.--. t... . . M 1" 1... ...,. ,. Ti III1II1IUILIIUII. 1117111 nibeautiful line of ..-- I. M.. l.nnrt .imi preciation of our IIMlll Hint Judicial District of Kentucky. llll.l'f lUtVM"1i - li If rJ 8? Sec our Men's Suits af $0.00. other souo. is .tat Mr. Iknn.o n,w,1o iliirinir Hie nast , U,0; t,IW.i.l. jit lioeijat I2.,)0, and compare ootJNTY Judge. '... i,.i i. immense. $.0U and i'ou ... . i. , ., . I'tActt ," nt 41o; 1..H1 isnow inNpvoik Cityto con- - I nu iiiiiu "' Tl3ll. urn I. f lim in .,' OIUiJjIC eilinigll, also. . !... wiiii We arc authorized to announce 15. F. , , , but our stock is still com- 612.50.bunt? $18.50. iivru at ' o.w", tmue the negotations with Mr. 2,29.,; 7,0i0 hogs at I.yl.: trade, -, u,e WJ I l raUe at ',,c and EHLEVa a candidate for the office of Jay Could as to this extension. plete. Wo aro showing goods not cattle at 22,S1.- ; giving us ..stii'OK-- . lIUt a . 1. ARE STILL IN THE KING, Couiiiv Judge. Election, Monday, Au Smith, Ellison & Co. ui found in other houses. Theextensiou of the Iron Mono - gregate wealth in ne muck TI gam 1, 1S86. i & Maxwell. Mr. Ed. Hoehn, oftliQ Hick- tain to Hiekman, which nt this $220,770. ALKX.vxpisu PQPtlL A3. NSW rw w RS Ttv nnthoritv we annoUpco T. 15. STO With tliGjtycst selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman. Theif mi Wo have 101 stores at an as- tor County Judge of prices, are below any competition. big bonanza in Summer man Tnmsportation Company, left writing is regatded by those inA. a a candidate (We all preach low prices.) But t position to of $210,280. reasona GhieaoJ to sic Kulton county. Election, Monday, Au just drop, m and see for yourself, and you will be convinced that wc arc Coats, a Plant's. lViug full nj on Monday night for for Hie Uoomc- - bestcertain, will know asiucnleula- - sessed valnocarriages, &e., are sK OF bly Pleasure be of gut I, 1SSC. these goods for Men and Hoys, about boiler, &c, ghingyvu facts. i f ble beuotit to Hickman, in that it down at $15,000: and natein s. i to announce J AVc aro authorised Coat o we aro offering for.'J.lceutsa Tho-- e who have done themselves the injustice of buying before call-- , ,ne re!U NAYLOtt, n a candidate fur the office of tr puiie, xe., ill ?ii,ii. " 'i1 V U! jIS a Coat of the Chiistiflii ,UH us imoworld, and gives worth T cents; for & County Judpe of Fulton county. P'lection ing at our store would do well to bear these facts in mind. the the wealth under tie equahal.oul ""rond a Coat worth ehurctwilf, reaeh ' Worth . 1.2.7; for -" i"j3fciLnt-ileasure, in Augusi nest. for us to show and price you our gootlsi jkiA ..... locality ifivat oppoitunities tori'"" loot up rl. ...!.!... t!..!..i :..i.f for ..'. Call and sco save yourselves. V.'earo"antiiorircdltyannounco D. W. togeth.i These valuations added "' wgWr!rJWW!artment'3. Come and see. :;, r ., other roads and other industries. , you 50 per Wc guarantee to D1OKTNS0N as a candidate lor Juige ol . cent, on these goods. noanced m the COUltlLi.. .,.,,, to n;f.kmnn. tlm (v)IT. 0f i?ulton foot up S2.0033.30. the Fulton County Court. KIcction in 1 Spring Tlicro are in tho county 1,910 whdhavc the nicest, freshest, elean- - August next. Hogs can now be held subject IM5U is not able to report so enIfvou lYnni a No.price, call Wagon, at thi lowest FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. to all the protection thrown couragingly. There is much uews- - males over 21 years of age, and o&ituck of Dry Goods, Notion., J. W. IIogeus. nroun d other property by entering paper talk to this effect , but so of these 1.S03 are legal voters. lJs and Sho'es, Clothing, Hats Wo aro authorized to announce Judge on $1 to the! far we know of nothinj 5 real or and 350 of tho legal voters aro R. S. M URUELL, as a candidate for the ,,c a,)S Qwceries, Tf von are needing any Gro them as such and paying office of County Attorney, at the ensuing per head looking to securing colored. Jj .substantial tn every detail, and Augttut election. ceries, it will pav you big, to stop State There aro 1,2GS school children tve, complete The cheapest phuTe to Ihij "" r:.lu- - " i:uurao l,u ,l" between the ages of G and 20, and wlfere you can save money on every at Alexander and post yoiueelf Moniitmn will be a great lovemgo CTltCUTT COURT CLERK. purchase you make. Would you Maxwell's. Tl.ev are making very Domestics, ShectingsfTickingK. M3 of these aro colored. Cheviots, Tabic Linc4Hi.kii.sJloWttnl pll,u-maythe hh.p Island Yc are auhorized lo announce T. M. know extraordinary low prices. There aro J..SCU It gs in the 1 bnng the other; road, and ono FRENCH a a candidate for ro ejection to Towels. &c. &c, is at :f ow l!lc, CouniBU hears county. celebrated Cosgrovc The J"8t the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton ElusoxSR Co's. Smith, In the line of farm products, Th irf of no substantial oneonrocrement couutv. Clestion in Augtut, 18S0. Shoo for Ladies and Misses, are Tyler, iis to tho Ship Island road, and we raised 072,310 pounds of to- Mr. and Mrs. Inf-only at Plant's, us" they aro DEALER found r COUNTY COURT CLERK. exclusive agents. The best wear- after a long absence; returned u,e tv.rniEn is much too old and OaCCO, l,IJl IOIIK OI IUI. il.l,'IO.I jiiatspl-i- n enough, too. We aro authorizinl to aanouncc W. F ing Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, home Wednesday evening, and Hlaj, u j,:ljlt.r to try to work up bushels of corn, .V.,10r, bushels of is jierfcctly new.- U e iiavt-O- TAYLOR, a a caodwlate for t FAINTS AND and 230 bushels of barly. DRUGS, ever are heartily welcoiTigd. by old unreal expectations. the most comfortable Shoe the .i'2.()n?.(30. j the total OP ' gds on hand, to ask a theofiiee of CountyIn Court Clerk of Fulton w Within the next 30 or GO days. is the testimony neighbors and friends; sold in Hiekman, Aujjuat, 188a profit on prices paid for them years county. Election wealth of tho county, of all who have tried ihem. QnarteilvmeotinnltheMeth- - possibly sooi.ei. the ultimate con- - gate colored population the aggre- swo. Jverv article is lresh and own SttfnrtlilvNlMd Sm.- cIUWO!IS US to the IrOtI MoillltUllI FOR SHERIFF. P IT. P.UC!IANASSis the only nrlict flnirnir They own $3,513 i" funn new bought this spring. Not a will he positively known, C 0 il P 0 U X b E D I "QJ oeoKsifnJfthe sacra extension W. A $3 PRESCll I PTIOXS CARKFJi.'. We are authorized to house in Hiekman that has the dav, on which lauds, and S 12,473 town invest- hotter time could have been select- SHUCK, au a caniidatp announce to for " me inni oijji.-- i mi light to sell Ackerlaud & Wyler's neni oi prospect may pass away, ments. The balance is in stock. ed to buv. Goods were lower than the offico of Sheriff of Fulton county. RIBcr W. T.l Ve.rfeeT-fiUinCustom-madCloth- I o administered. LAST YEARS' VALUES. yet lioin preseni imucauons, we ever belore, and having a complete Election in August next. Harris will officiate, ing. hope to see tho work commenced county assessment for new slock we secured Hptxint rrives. In our FOR JAILER. -- Wo have the best tc Shirts this Mlfnnwr. Don't fail to observe tho elelast year, wehad07S,01. in lands, We are ati.sfied with small profits, authorized to announce JAMEa gant values at SO, $S.50al $!: in IllilllU MM IIIL" jllli;i. Mil". j.ij.wji 370,733 iu town lots. $4 30, 103 in ami with lw rents, and light ex I' We are TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of for Men's Suits. They are calculated tt maile to ortler Shirts and exft appears reasonably certain! personal property, store. &c, ami ,wnesF with a trade to build UJVFuitnn county, nt the ensuing Augu.-- t less money. OttH to make you sinilc with yy. that a ieuwessce mob, tonnetl ami ,.!. 1, 0J. uiuler. Hie equalization to . ..nd . - to election. .... ' amine tliein, at 'j on their way to raid the Hickman law. Attuiug tnese usis logeuier none ia our bitbinexs, it is reasonable Ai,i:xAMrt & Maxivki.u DEALERS IX Wo aro authorized to announce THOS. Smith, Ellison & Co's. for jjmI. Man day night, for the pur gavo tho total valuation for J8S3 low V. WALLACB, as a cindidateFulton coun- DRUGS MEDICINES, ROOKri, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. to siippwi tint we cm in .ike For tho best, line of Cents' The State Hoard of Tqualiza poc ni hiieluiig the negro man, at ;? J. 1)00,31 0, which taken from to the office of Jailer of Fancy (SfX)DS, TOYS, and PICTURES, Footwear, go to I'Jaut's, for it isjtiou met Friday at4. Frankfort Hill Hardy, for tho killing of the! the total valuation of this year, M)riv, anl an inpeelion oi our ty. Election in August nest. SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical use. no and adjourned to meet again.. July f.'ishman, Tom Mnrrell, was fros-- j gives us a net increase of 02,720. god- will convince you that we are Wo are authorized to announce GEORGE conceded by all that they rnmnetition in this iine. Try the G, lSG.in order to give rhe Clerks trated by the vigilance and co AGENTS FOE THE Our increase has been cones- doing so. Cad and see n. It is I, CARPENTER, a a candidate for the W. h. Douglas ; Shoe, the office of Jailer of Fulton county. Elecof the County Courts tune in wlueh narration of tho Kentucky audi pondly as large as to population no trjuble to show goods. & Flaut Shoe. Kcry pair to complete their reports. tion in August nest. (Titv Marshal Thero lieini? in tho county now Tiit:iRfc It!:M liuow tin- t11ciliiMlc. warranted. years, whereas FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Col. Oscar Tnrier has re- Wtlbtirn ami Jailer Wallace hear 1,010 male over 21hist A. SR.T5GIA.3LT jear. Wc "Any chance for a situation in We aro authorized to announce JOHN iug of tho expected mob, opened we had only 1,GS0 II. DUCIIANAX'S is lhebniy turned fiom Hallard county, where voterx, and your company, Mr. had 1,330 Sheriff of TIDWELL, as a candidate for theofGcc house in Ilickmau that has the he has been looking after his farm- communication with the was being then have J.S01. legal Multiplying tho Jerkies? 1 am a good accoun- J. Assessor. Election in August next. now Hardy of cel- ing and political fences. No doubt Obion county. right to sell Urya:. iv Urowu's 0, gives requisition Wc. n authorized to announce J. S. ebrated make of Lai'ii.s'and Mis.s- - he will give Congressman Stone a Isold in jail to await a Tennessee, number of legal voter by against tant' " us a population of K,Ni "Where did mu work last?' from the Goveun.r of . RON DLMlAS T, as a candidate for the es7, Men's and Ooj h Slmej, the hard, close fiht for the ii'Miiina-tionr m a banl "I Mas and see - something oer s.tino ,heu the but he. himself, Ike of County Assessor. Election in Aul.ouis tile Cotiunercial. best in the world. "How lui ' i ma 'inig in census was taken in Ism). tlie danger oi' ...:.....! :.. in ran '!i.ti. ctJiiiiiiiii'ii i:iu i i.nnnn.. r.ig I!i Ivit .m .'. i ed to wane . "1 ii jeais. sir." i lie Full line India Lncs Jrotn c are authorized to announce W. R. "Look-keepe- r per mi. A com serious disaster to the wheat crop lllV rcnisituui a. I le utuiiicd in a bank for ten tjiiUU, as a candidate for the otbee ot as- oc per mi. to o'Jc .Vrnlca Hnl.-of Fulton county, r.iccuon in fi -.... t ScottI man, jou of this section uowJioins' liar- - rt iViii,ni..onn . .. i,i,.i i.r f'finni fc . lliifklca'.H iv t i':i l .a uninA pleto ' ;a ik mm mmmim: Tt t lillfk .x ,T.,tV a &made , a caTulidate- for're bZ?rrrPn i. i i r...i:.. uiiu-iis- . Tn...r. itiuia tJ!... Mime ir... 1...1 .'iiu 11:11 iinarn 100K tne nnson- - tiveivcurei i lies, ur ui) .. u.iti, the office of Countv Aajesor. ElectiDh'm of TtuiiiUcT" 'and ecru: Mulls and Persian or bv the idsrhr tr;:in to fninii is guaranteed t.. pivc perfict satUf:i . WgUSl IlCXl. UMl OU do ll.fi f.,r.r in ,.M:0. .1. . t. n.lunlel. rru. !SLk all kinds of Hard ware Just received from New York,! Lawns, in white and colors; Swiss City to the Sheriff. It has since or money by C. A. Hwlcomlii- Cunts kes. to. ir,wM'e are authorized to announce Q..... an; until en ;ii, 1, i I a large line of new Hits and Hon-- Embroideries and Oriental Laces; been pretty reliably ascertained For sale rivi ii, ana tliat the. , Wc the Rajuist of Hick- - SALMON, as a candidate for the office of justifles. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as reputed. nuts; also, a beautiful lot of cYenc.h greatest variety and lowest in mi ivv., n ivv bet n the recipient of such County Assessor. that about the hour that tho prisLlectiou in ii.UglI.Sl Kind and favors nt the hands ae.it. In fact nm will find ' cec, at oner was taking the cars at tho LOWER and LOWER. .t t. nam wx.d citizens and friends it V nrrt in ftnnminrft Fl fc Co' every siiape. ami color known in Hick nvi depot, that a Tennessee .....w ,. Smith, i.i.liso: f i 11:1...... All '.;.! Fit :.i .. '?'"" . "''i'"-'":'-iii.u5,-.iIai-- .:. ui iiuuieroii. inen.is in tlie I' ATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. t mob 'ilmiit uW SllOllg, Ma3 the millinery market ih my stock. -. as chea? the p.iixiumI. I w M nnl J,;, ncp lOrliO.x! nf 'nnl.r (lm,. ' -ir.iiv ... ....,. " . i. ,7 . .... T, .. ,1 V.., . .. .r .w"" w."' 'eion .u Augusi nexi. Attention is directed to the two ttlilea Of,. ) Call and examine i hwi.lml yourself. . -- - .i.M'i .. u p n uiu ioiiwct r.. rnB(.nn,i,.,.i;,,., tt: ..... Mi:b. Joxks. "unl" UlUierstOOU that iiiciiia.iu. iuouc .t'Kinnieaj;emeot or tho name. PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. "."wranun I'.iiiiiuu the mob hadhisrunner , i.o.. fieatlcif "'" know lt la ,8re Wascd to CM 0 in turi'jture, and V u nro nililmpiTnil R a about the . r utij iiiiliiui .ii in innAMnPA f!I i.- vr jtt i.u kawrf 'rC ,l r VB Ladies don't fail lo see Alex- iimiertaicors. They ( hum to carry jail l iehiitV Who Seeing tho piis- - B KIXOMAN, a, a candidate for the of. thanl'If U 1ob"0 ctrrictl to the depot, report- ander & Maxwell's lino of rmporl- - goods enual to any iu this section. fovS "'ti e ' Ful'on COU,,ty- - Action in Augnrt next. f.ro.e church on the 30th of May od JJrcss Goods. Thcv can show and at sufficiently lower prices to Oil the fa .tS to the mob, and hence inm , , DCOTnorn fi 1 ') flU I? IlLO UllCU . and to those also who HUil LUOI. you goods which other houses do :J"stify omg to Moscow to give that Cnli; f li.l unt nulnr fnu-lri,l iu c n..i;. We .irn nullioriil tn r.nnoiinrp Prof. a 52ft I L9S93 Hfljlfl JB.mmt IftU &MA n. Jn.t mi.i tueai a inai. if the oLeis had been an hour .?f"MV'f,T.T.",V.r otitin nt ir. CuiTor. oily and ft kindly after our arrival there 'JAMES II. SAUNDERS, as a candidate not carrv. Wc h.aa ni09t citable affair, and our) for reelection 10 the office, of County ""'"ii ;".iku."ii;r later, the probabilities are that success in everv respect. Jsciiooi nupcriiiicnueiu. in Au iiic ,! "n"s " A curious habeas corpus case the mob would hao got in thoir iintnrt ni . I'lijai. tu For all nj, ini..iiiiii-Ask to see the Genuine French Imi? fuel 1im,i fviml it l.'nTiri.i.n. Ih.i. wcrio. in'ino, ainl Tit ........... of. which we, the undersiirned com pus' next. . aN... M IIiiliij -' i. . work. Kvcn yet, it is tho general Hl r;,i., 'wI'...... .i...... ;........,...--ll.llilL- 'lliri". : miure, on iieuaii oi our return our .i "V !."""" " " ... .a JCid Shoe at lltil Xlidl I 3.50, for Ladies, T,sj in w,icI a .father sought the expect .tion ..!: tln aaniirablr" prOtOUnchvt tbariKS. HespCCtfllllv. that Hardy will be Tli ivk lT.it aiitlior, in thirtyl Max-!,,i- ,i D. G- PARK, Only found at Alexander .v ilcnmtist KZEISTTUCKY. from n LaI'KV rLL'MMEK, ears' rlrlj tii. Ilmtraff alarfuiii; of the courts to compel the taken from aud lynched. t)i . l! s. of irt Committer. Mitchell. wen return of his daughter, a minor, P. S. A noto from the Sheriff alue ma l? rr. hr.llj corvj poi&tm out a wo.Ic xoxATO0XINJ3Y AT SAW, riuiiilf, cwrtaln, ainl effcttnil, lj ..t who married against his will. The of Obion county states that Har- of curtof which pry knfleivr. do mattrr what In Atl in I ni .(a (os'.s .otlc-ucheajilj-- - KY. HAYFIETsD, priIf you want to fit yonrwlf up court compelled the bride to for- dy was safely carried to Troy, and cnD'Iition iny b. may cure CSTprawingu, Plans full specifications as to everything needed furnudied, and entire vately Ktid rmttcnVg. All parties holding claims against the cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. in a real nice Tailor-madin tlin JTbi9 very elioiiM Ian. I. hands of ctc ry estate of II E. or sake her husband and return to placed iu jail there. Suit, Finch, deceased, are re- In Active Practice Since .Tarcli, IhT7. joutll anl in mi in I tie odd Pants, at a big bargain, go to her father. Stint umler iil, in a plain to any spectfully requested to present the same WILL practice in all the counties of the mi rceipt of fiur ciiitu or two Plaut's. properly provx-hy August loth, for setThe residence of Mr. It. T. postagepirfw. AiMrc., First Judicial Dihtrict, and in tbe AppelMiss Maria Ilaunn, daughter tlement; if not their claim will he barred. TIIKCri.VKltlVr.I.I.MKIllt'.lI.C'O., late Oort9 of Kentucky. tho suburbs of jrk. X Y. I'wit office Iiox, jii. AV. (J. JOHNSON, of Mr. F. W. ICyser, of Jordan, T,ler, in road, was totallyHickman, tl Ann 8t , N Adm'r. septlS-l- y junelly Drop in and sec the rush at on Troy destroyma 28 this county, graduated at the West ed by tire, Sunday night last, and in in iimm iw.nw & Maxwell's. Alexander Thcv Tennessee Female qdlege, Jackxiuumujira . HUBBARD. M-D'arc doing the business because thev ) son, Tenn., being awarded the 1st all its contents, furniture, cloth (s&M-Moing, family &c, a total loss, make the prices. Ofi'ers his professional services to the peohonors of the class. Also, Miss except oue relics, and a few family trunk ple of Hickman and vicinitv. Mai Underwood, of Hickman reCfaTOffice at the residence of Dr. U. If. pictures. Tho house, furuituro Hubbard. IL P.UCIIAXAN says that ho ceived her diploma from Ward's and wearing apparel, was insured if inarlO M'ill sell goods at from ten to Seminary, Nashville, with highly for slViOP, which will not cover twenty per cent, cheaper than any creditable honors. more than half the real losses. The XOTSK. &0SC0W, KT and OTT0K 0I.TY, PJSKK other house in this seel ion of tiro evidently iiriginated iu the All persons holding claims against the country. Wo think he M'ill. as ho An i:ner:irisiii?, Itclinble House. cook-rooin the ell, and is beManufactures and keeps constantly on hand, a full estate of I. F. Thomasson, deceased, are C. A. Ilolconibe can always be relipd supply of always does jist what he says, ho respectfully notified to preaent the same upon, not only to enrry in stock tbebestof lieved to bo accidental. Thero AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWIXO C0MPAX1ES: will do. He also says that he M'ill at once, properly proved, for pettlcraent. had been lire in the cooking stove lirk In fr. nm.A.. f.s COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL .nii CASES. Hickman, Kv., March, 10th. 1SS0. discount all advertised prices, and !8liC, articles as have well known merit. in preparing supper, and it is TIME TEiIIXD TESTED A. A. FA IUS, you can bet lie will (lo it. by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt Orders and re popular with He people, thereby thought that tho dcfcetivo flue attention Adjiinistratok. of Hariford. PHCENIX, A ,. LANCASHIRE. CUT ITEMS. LOCAL, NETRS. - ikuyiydua can.H-tlat- o X03T3i17 -- I I ' f - ri-pon- .1 HAVE FOB , r,u.ri,,.0,W,luu' !.-," . !! 1 1 ' s j 1 v Low THE -- I .. -- RELIABLE v V 1 I fl ' ,- - ; , Jt-im- ,i M . , t 'ZZl 1 . Ck 1 P t3'"3 In vJ GO. 1 , i w mm . mmt FEU-REI.- L, ' j . ' Stl-- oOi-eut-s .l q; '.i .;,n 8!ltf ' ' .... mm , v -- j , QuL-en.swar- e, i T A Reasons Why? - E OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBIS, -- ; Out-whea- t, f UBDW, BHMW, w $2G,-43- 3. - i -- - g e 'Kt Sqq; one-thir- d , .... . . ,i -- . . . d v,- ISTS T hc - - God-sha- w ifi-o- r. - j J WHITE SEWING PRESCRIPTIONS MACHINE Y. street-railwa- y i ( i ; ' I i i - : .mmLKmlZvmZr - - - ... n--- -- I - PVTI!"Hk mmmmrmiHjimmas iii.kt:.-,o i -- tr j'ta jMuftHl .. - i. . ' 1 s. ik..i T:'l book-keepe- of-i- HSXjXJBXjSI. ; i si-o- r i-- -' - rrr-v?- ! LV pt--r i 11 - - - M-- Sunday-school- j ' SAC:HP'he5i uir ' Mih-.tntiti- -- -- . e. I fr -- tw. ,..-..- tnu-nr."". ' w,vi rs?5r?3rxsraK3ssP!a ( KJt-- a v- i - f. "' - .... nttlTin.-i'Tm- l TT. . ROOFING A SPECIAI&vy v . j , - mn - a . a oi-e- r i n mS&MSSdSi m, I ..-1, ! i...--.-- , ' fTJUr Sj - . T A ' B- J. D. MILLABD n i -- tJ & SON, 1 . MHrru-e- . 1. .-- -- i r jf- 1(1 - Duers 5 yosraiors, B t NJ ) ! ! 1 nuccr.-.i-f- ul f - coaru-.iaencr- C.-- ; oii- - mt-an- Liutx-l- f , . e I nnr-loni- , ttwiu-i- . Y , , -- I iMir-Miim- ni i m i I -- -, m & UNDERTAKERS, e:s? J-M- .. INSURANCE. J WW AW!) ?WV 1U8DR. LANDRUM & DAVIS, 2D FIS.B THE . v.w.o1 nfTi-i'lki- tI A Ask to - Ken our AH S?1 V ir. Tl.j Jadies .Tr;,i nio i.vP,. our elegant display of Dress Goods. I i ........ alF-tio- , n ... full line of Ladies' and Gents' Burial order. Old Furniture made new We and Chill Medicine. No cure no pa soon, and will take orders for them now junelS K. T. ,FramesI 7,Ie to X iwcUo J50 1,lIrllu. Buggies, ll!U,Jle '". Liniment l ! &c , S , ,,,, FOR SALE. Conn.; Manchester, England; HARTFORD, Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA; &c, &c., k liV i J Pi' J" f . r '.re . M, - have all the new shades in The rainbow entertainment MJ) Tans, Chocolates, Heliotropes; ctc. given by tho Ladies' Aid Society Don't forget that wc show you of the Methodist church, Friday I5ICK3IAX-- EY. only latest style goods, sii"h as can- night last, was not only success-ful- l financially, but proved a high not be found outside the larger cit social enjoyment to all. The hall ies. was beautifully 850,000. Alexander & Maxwell. decorated, and theand elaborately good lady managers whilst making sonic money Mr. Hub. Lewis, a well known ,JC,"S r8' rlyAMS n1 rCaJ-- r f? lVincs wc respectfully solicit the patronage for the beneficent purposes of se FINK all. colllections depositors, free of chaise. .Approved their Society, spared no effort to young man of tho Lodgton prepaper running three or four months, discounted at the of our Ladies', make their guests and patrons cinct, this county, on returning Wo ask a trial rate of 8 per cent, per annum! Hisses', Men's and Hoys' Gustom-inad- o Iiavo a charmingly, pleasaut even- home from Union City, last Saturday evening, a little after dark, Shoes, which for style, fit ing. was shot at twice, from tho bushand durability, cannot, bo excelled. 3DHEOO?OS,S es, tho balls passing- through the Wonderful Cnros. Thoy aro made specially for us by w. D. Jlfoyt &. Co., Wholesale and Kc- - top of tho buggy, but fortunately R.T.TVLER. ILKUCITANAX. GEO.n.T!IRELKFLD Jas. Hamii & Co., St. Louis, whoso ..:i n r. r i CH AS. BALTZEK. u- .r. 11 M. ALCXANDEI1. L. L. UNDERWOOD. 5B Mr. Lewis was not hurt. The W. C. JOHNSON custom made work is tne unst " "YJ . -- ; shots frightened tho horse, and "j;; made iu St. Louis. EcrrglHHr ,s to n tee enure w'V'-"u- n.r,r handled he started to run, and his horso Salve for two rears. liartcarmtifm Try them once, and you will wear remedies that sell as well, or give such tin-- 1 thllS carried lllin OUt Ot danger, iversal satisfaction. Therehavc been some' r. Lewis is a clever man, and it silr. only (ty no Other. wonderful cures effected by these medicines js ga;(i ,as no cniMiMCS. and report Smith, Ellison & Co m this city. Several case., of , u that it was a case of have been I, Xexi taken identity. From tho same use of a few bottieVof kL' Pasturage. Discovcrv. taken in mnnnn:nn with F.lcc neigiiooi noou tne same iay an Good Clover iastnragc $2.00 trie Bitters. We suarantee them always ' per head for horses and $l.o0 for Sold by c. A. Ilolconibe. City, driving a gray horse, and as A . IB " S. Strong. cows. Idr. Jjcwis was driving a gray y. m. c;. A., horse, current rumor has it that Mk. Stono offered iu the Houso Will meet at tho Rantist church ho. was fired upon through mis- ibi ... 1. fill a resolution to the effect that when Sunday jvcning, at halt past, .1. xno 11.. U'MI late u iiKurson itrouu-Subjec- t: ftaicc. s Ecprcsenls a line of the very best Companies in the United States. unanimous consent was asked for o'clock. in that end of tho county is Christian taking up any measure it would delity W. II. Jackson, leader. charged with this shooting, but v OFFICE AT COURT-HOUSErequire an objection of ten mom-Ver- s Music by Prof. B. "fi. Caldwell. for fear of a mistake no names aro to rcfuso its consideration. A. MgDanibl; Secy. given AVe absence of a 113 other cause, it is generally accepted as tho cause of the fire. Hesides, many assert that it is cntiroly reasonable for sparks to smolder thus long.. A feeling of deep and sincere sympathy extends to Mr. K. T. Tyler and his aged mother in their misfortune. iffillll CAPITAL, Tl'LER, PfCSt. II. BUCHANAN, T'. fiat. K. L. ALEXANDER and Fencing Lumber. Also, 100,000 Cypress Shingle. BONDURANT & DREWR.Y. Cash. mar!2 20(1, OOO feet dry Cypres? Building t t lA'Z? Mimm dcmccit ice nr airtir muiuML uciicrii Lire ur ncn ftn. , '- fl;cicE,rMoore& Laudrum's Drug Store. - al Ef W FRTZ SCljROEDER, B00sLiNDMn I O L. mm, ac. () WIIEJSK CAS fill ?!:. Slip?. North West corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , SST'Satisfnction guaranteed. April. ATTORNEY RAMBLE. LAW AT 1 - Collector, Real Estate Agent niCKMAN, KY. I BUY A SUITA15I.E KEAL VALVE? PRESENT T.ITS Before deciding this question we invite yon to examine tlie fceauti- -' and varied stock. 1 -- 1 - " ,,',;"'XJASto M -- tr - iiinaiii m T. M. FBENOH, t& Will attend promptly to all busl ness entrusted him in Southwesleri Tennessee Kcnlucl:y and Specialattention given to the inveatiga tion of Land titles, and the purchase s.ale of Real Estate f jan"8 North-rrcater- MRS. JENNIE GARDNER, at store, Puqiia & DeBoVs old stand, has an endless variety of Books and lancy Stationery, Papcteries of all styles and finish, Pens Pencils, Port-folio- s, Lap Tablets, Albums, Curd Cases, Cards, c, &c, and loys in endless variety. FETHE'SS Patronage solicited. LOOM, Fire, Fi-.lc- In FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Tobacco, of the best brands. nov 14-- tf ;Chanjpion pjarveslersr H.A. &R T. TYLER UW, 1 DR. A.. A.. FAJEIIS. PHYSICAB AI1D SUR6E0N, HICKMAN, i- - KENTUCKY Twine Binders, and Droppers The CFLUf PI0 11 the only STEEL MOWER ever produced. Will sdl Machines lower than any of equal qualitv. -, jBall Joint and Light Steel Mowera ATTORNEYS AT III OK itAX, - - KENTUCKY ,) i- .39 zjF& OTFERS j an 15- -' SO hi3 Profosaional Services to of Hickman aud vicinity, raffi? w: ;mar . cw wepoi, "HELM BROS, uiccman. KV. attend lo all business CBtfusMtL to tlicir.care Office Furniture Factory. novB.'TS - v- - L . i - Att && l;J2jV