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"v m & jfL- v' tmt0bitt Fine Job Printing EXECUTED A -- l4S VHU "v n C a. -- .,, at - f JCrT i'. t COURIER 1886. ir With Neatness and Dispatch. ALS BH.I.S, Ta'sBSBSste, 4R BITVBLOPE8, LSTTER-HEAD- S IIX.I.--i3'BA.-ID- faaxt doer to Qfcr Mali- n vn?j - -- s KJSai&r siii wpu- - iS- - The Oldest Newspaper V i S. Western Kentucky. , ; !!:VJ MICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. SUM. S$ ESTABLISHED TEXAS LANDS. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KElSWJgKY, FRIDAY. JUNE 25, ACRES OF FLAtfES, Aw EITO., ETO. VOL. XXI.-N- O. .- 38. ", COWABDLY ANARCHIST& The First Move of the Defense la Their Oases Made. t The Chief Conspirator , Endeavoring to 1 late rt lie Onus on Others. - A. ful Yt CITY IN RUINS. it Voli-un- Chicago, J4ne ha first more of th defease in the'Anarchist case was made today. An applicatl )nfor a sepefate trial for Spies, FieldenScuvvaDianfLiNeelie ,wni filed with State's Attorney Grlnnell. The' application is accompanied by affidavits of four men; indicating 1har they, tha leaders, will attempt to save themselves at the expense of "their three companions EngeL Lingg The Fischer, and paper sets forth that affiants are nd vised of the Sto.te) intentiop. to attempt to piova their participation in'tfa'e conspiracy meowings of May 2 and 3, and their cooperation isitac plans, ot violence laid and executed at on1 the night of the 4th. A denial otithesa. charges they are prepared to prove. They further declare that they are convinced that in a trial of such "magnitude, as will pccir under the indictments, no jury will lie capable ot discerning the competency of th evidenoe, as affecting themselves and tbo other three men. The full significance of their statement appears to"bo that they declare they are innocent Ofbe charges, bus are afraid of being involved, by confusion, in the guilt of the three other men, whom they thus tacitly convict. For that reason the affiants are solicitous of obtaining a separate 'trial. Judge Gary will hearth petition tomorrow afternoon. lS.-T- INDIAN AFFAIRS. -- Reservations In Dakota Too TrlbeaUnon Them. , "WASiiiOTtMr,. Juno IS, Senator Harrison, from the.Conimitteeonlndian Affairs, filed a supplementary report regarding the Investigation of the condition of tho Indians in the Indian Territory and other reservations. In the report the committee say regarding the Crow, Creek and Winnebago reservations in Dakota Territory, that, there are about one thousand and fifty Indians drawing rations there. Tho trouble, which a consisting of Senators Harrison, Ingalls and Jones, of Arkansas, were sent to inquire out of tho throwing open to settlement by order of President Arthur of certain lands embraced in this reservation, and.the subsequent revocation of that order by President Cleveland. On this Mibject the report says: "The committee are c the opinion that the reservation is much larger thai; is needed or can be io-- " ly used for the Indians residing thereon ; but if the lands are covenanted bv a tieaty with them we can not repossess them without the consent of the Indians. AVe believe it is entirely practicable to procure the consent of tho'Indinns to a reasonable reduction of the reservation as well at of the greater one. lying west of the Missouri river. An attempt in that direction litis already been inaugurated, and the necessary legislation has been passed ly tho Senate. But the committeo lielieve that the settlers who went upon tho lauds, thrown 4peuto settlement 1 tha Executive order of February ISSo, and in good faith made settlement thereon, are emit ed to bo protected as fully ajj'oossjble from tho of this unfortunate complication." In regard "Cro'w reservation in Montana, tho re- to the such Jiort recommcmls that it be reduced tow bat as will enable the Indians to u.e they rtftaipaud vestthe titles m individuals. of the committee, the con- in the opinion ou,uuu a year siueraijon 01 given oy .ilessrs. Blake antHVTiIsou.for the rental of'betw een 1500,000 acres of these lands was very )haltfquatv and the report says: "Charges'of fraud in the negotiation of tha lease were made. It is enough," the report continues, "to say tharthe Indians are incapable of the intelligeut transaction of Mich business. If leases are to b5 allowed at all, the! department should have takeu entire supervision of the business." to-la- y into,-gre- w v !, es -and.-'3,O0aO- aWeto make' the pbsitivfi announcement tnaTTne uommissionnas Overwhelmingly decided that tho Greer County does not belong to Texas, but that it is part and parcel of the lands belonging to the Federal Government. It is learned quite recently that th Commission was nearly, if not quit, unanimous in their conclusion, but no Official announcement fan be made, until the report ot the Federal brsaoa of tho Commission has been submitted to fhVSecretary of War and by him approved. 'Greer County for years has been by many Texans considered part "and parcel of tha Lone Star State, hut a well informed member of the Commission is authority for the statement that there novef.was the smallpresumption on est the part5 of Texas. It vis certaia that tho State of. Texas ..made-- j a big mistake when it presumed" to give patents for land it never had the shadow' of a legal claim tp. Something, over, nail million acres offlne grazingjand in vreer County are ;uow3ocated.,upon" by veteran land certificates" issued by" the "State of Texas. The finding of the commission nullifies these certificates of premptiqnvaud the parties .holding them will be compelled to vacate them. The" prospects are that veteran land- - certificates can be Jbeaght foV tha pretty cheap in a few w eeks. corres-pondencis One Million Six Hundred Thousand Acrt Itcstored to Government Possession. Forth WoktM, Tex:, JunoM. The Grear Country Boundary Commission, which comprises four officers of 'the United State Army" and four citizens of Texas, at ,in convened session secret Austin on the J5th inst. The question umler consideralioa by" this Commi" sion is a very important one to the peop! of Texas, since it involves Jbe ownership of a snug littlebafck yard someljOOOO acres ii area. Each memberseems bound bv a Ivnfaht cf Labor oath to ;vulge- - nothing. YpuM In Which a Number of Workmen Perish. TheXew Kncland Institute Ituiiding btrored Los, 8300,000. Do- - groands-forifethig- . THE TEX AS? STORM.Jl1 Damages Iteported from the Localities Visited. St. Louis, Mo., June SO. Word come from Texas that a terrible wind and ram storm passed over parts of the interior of that State, last evening, and that great damage was done to town property and to crops in the country. ' At Waco several houses were badly wrecked and one man severely wounded. At Dallas a good deal of havoc was caused by the blowing down of small buildings and the uprooting Weatherford etc. of trees, At the residences of Mr. S. B. Womac, W. F. Budd, S. L. Weatherford, Mrs. M. B. Roach, the grain warehouse of George P. Levy and the Colored Baptist Church wera demolished, and tho Methodist Church, the opera-houthree public school buildings, the Sikcs House, the Franco Land Com pany's office and a number of other build ings were oaaiy aamagea. .airs. r.ua Mrs. Gammondreroinjurcd'byfall-in- g timbers. Accounts from the country are that a largo amount of corn and cotton was beaten to the ground, and that barns and other fences, tre,'etc, were destroyed. Tho damage in Weatherford is estimated atiramtO,Ci00 to J50.000, and the' loss in Parker County is placed at over $100,000. KxcecdiuRly ac, llcvr Boston, June 21. Tho New England Institute Fair Building, constructed for exhibition purposes at a cost of $500,000 and sold last winter to the street railroad company for $300,000, was totally destroyed by fire this afternoon, mid with it were sacrificed not less than twelve lives. When tho firemen arrived the eight-acrstructure "was a mass of flame, tho roof had fallen in and the walls were tottering. Of the four hundred stored cars one was saved. Tho victory of fire over water was complete. ext Ciuvo tho dangerous work of recovering the dead bodies. Thero was many men inside when tho fire broke out and all rushed for the rear w Most of them were helped out, but while a rush was being mude to one of the window s, at which a scorched and bleeding face was seen, the person who had been looking out fell back into tho seething mass, and was pa&t all help. A colored man, name unknown, went back into the burning building to save some property, and waynot seen to como out ogam By nine o'clock eight bodies, burned beyond recognition, were recovered. The experiences" of some of tho one hundred workmen employed in tho building cro terrible. The spread of tho flames when they finally burst forth was something almot incredible. Workmen on tho opposite side of the building from the point where the fire originated had almost as great a difficulty in making their escape as did thoso nearer the first fierce burst of flamo It w as at the. east of the building in the enrpenter-sho- p that a most incident occurred. A man, who is a yet unknown, was driven out of a window of the second story 1)3" tho flames. He was about to leup, and had put ono leg over the window-silwhen the roof fell in and pinned Turn fast to the spot w here ho was No ladder company had arrived, and tho crowd outsiuo was powerless to render aid. The flames followed almost instantly, and the imprisoned man underwent agonizing torture before tho horrified oes of his friends below. 'Two of his fellow workmen, John McNulty nnd J. F. Fallen, were terribly burned while trying to scale the wall to reuch their dying comrade. His sufferings were mercifully short. The awful furnace of flames enwrapped him about with fire and smoke, hiding him during his last moments tht from tho gaze of spectators. Not long afterward tho wall itself gave way, and nothing more was seen. E. L. Fallen says he was tho Inst man to leave the shop alive. The room is in the southeast corner of tbo building. At the first cry of fire ho ran, but turned back" at tho door to seo if ho had time to gather up his tools. The moment's hesitation nearlv cost him his life. He hardly got out of the building before it was one mass of flames. Four or five of his orkmon, he says, turned back. They were left behind, and were certainly burned to death. The loss will reach ?300,000 o m-do-- heart-rendin- g l, -- wood-worker- s' fel-'ow- Supp'anting "the 4th of March." Washington-- June IS. The Senate today, by a vote, passed the joint resolution introduced by Mr Ingalls, providing for the submission to the several States of a constitutional amendment extending the period of the President's term and the session of the Fiftieth Congress until the 30th ot April, 1$9, and "substituting the 30th of Aynl for the 4th Of-- March as the commencement in future of the and, Congressional term The measure notv goes toHbe.ilou&fi of for concurrence. , two-thirds Pies-identi- al Ilepro-sentativ-es Sam Jones Cnalfenged. J". W.' Perkns, a Southern evangelist, has publicly addressed a letter to Sam Jones In reply to the latter's denunciations of ,Jinimersionists." In his letter, Perkins says: "I have been preacbing,nbout fifteen years that baptism, is immersion, and I, too, am a Southern man with Kentucky grit and love enough for God's w ork, that if you will tet your time and tho place to investigate the subject, we will see who is a 'liar, you or me." Ixmaxai-ous-, June.18.- - . . . The Way of the South American. Panama, June IS. A terrible affray has occurred-a- t Bogota, the Capital of the Republic, between the guard of tho prisons and memlers o'f'ono of the National One General, several officers and thirty soldiers were killed. The aiTray is looked trfon as the outcome of an old grudge betw een tho guards and the soldiers, without "any political significance whatever. . An Yarn. $ 0. ' CniCAOO, June 18.-- Thomas. Stewart was released frora Joliet prit on Tuesday, after" serving1 sixteen years fon the murder of one Harry Hurlburt. Before leaving the prison be declared that ho was innocent, but had submitted to conviction and imprisonment in order lo shield'-tht real guilty 'person, who was a woman, with whom he was infatuated, and who bad killed Hurlburt in defending herself from an attack by him. Bat-talliot's e and Court by Walking Into the Load of Tassengers to Jump Overboard. Court-rooand hurrendering. New York, Juno 20. As tho steamboat Cnicr.o, Juno21. Tho first formal move which plies between Harlem Bridge and in connection with the trial of the AnarchHigh Bridge w as about leaving her landing ists engaged in tho Haymarkot not was at" Hich Bridco at six o'clock this evening taken before Judgo Gary this morimitf. . i j j C ;u coioreu miiu bieiipeu auuaro.-vmjin I Shortly before 3 o'clock this afternoon. Anuoac nau gone a snori uisuuice ua suaaemy archist Parsons, who has been missing sprang to his feet, and, drawing.'u re; since tho riots, walked into tho , volver. cried out: "It is the will Criminal accompanied by his persoa attorney. His appearance was a surprise every of the Lord that aboard this boat shall drown, and I com- to the "Court and police oHifers. lie is mand you all in His name to leap over- supposed to have remained in hiding m board or I will slay you all." The terrified this city since the night of May ;i He was nasseneers. together with the deck hands. so thoroughly disguised that his own mother v heu fled into the cabin, whilo'the negro walked J would not havo known him. up and down tho deck, nourishing t be pistol Court adjourned at noon tho istate had acand yelling. Finally, whilo his back was cepted four jurors, but in the afternoon turned for an instant, two, of the deck theywere excused bythe defense, and tho hands rushed ontof the cabin and seized latter took up the task of finding fdur men him. The negro fought desperately; bi"" acceptable to them. When court ndjourn-ed- , was disarmed. at 5 o'clock, two men were on tho panel who had not been formally accepted by the the first day defense, FATHER'S HORRIBLE DEED. rclosed however, so thatprogress having without any actual He Cuts the Throatsor Ilia Two JLittla been made toward obtaining n panel. adjournment of court Parsons was Children nnd'Thcn IIU Own. - Creston, Ilu, June 20. Jacob Swingley, taken to the county jail with tho other of this place, killed bis little daughter, prisoners. of "Milwaukee, Wis.. June three years old, by cutting her throat with the alleged conspirators 21. The trialtho indicted by boy in grand jury in the recent investigation of aTazor, tried to kill his the same way, and then cut his own throat. the labor troubles and riots, wns begun this A ladv who'keptrhouso forhim' nnd"an-- 1 afternoon, Judge Sloan presiding About other daughter were sleeping upstairs, and thirty defendants appeared at the bar. did not knowx about it till --morning. The boy is not expectetl to'live. Mr. Swingley TWO EXTREMES. was suffering ""itD, malarial fever, and dii not have wacchera. His' mother was in aa An Ohio .Jumbo. insane asyium ipjisome. ume. cipe immeNew PiiiLADELrm ., O., Juno 21. Elmer tragedy was the death of diate cause of the his wife last summer and financial trou- - Heeter, son of Mr. F. Heeter, of near Tren,bles. ton, this county, is certainly tho Jumbo t baby of Ohio. He now w eighs Shoot .Them. pounds and is but sixteen months old. g He is a beautiful child, with light-bluWellsville, O., June 20. dogs are becoming such a nuisance in this eyes, rosy cheeks and a magnificent in ringcounty and are worrying farmers to such head of hair, which hangs mouth is Tho lets to his shoulders. the" county commissioners an extent that and when open discloses a fine are considering some means of "stopping Knoll, pearly teeth. Elmer measures twfull these depredations and ridding the com- set of inches around the chest, thirty-thre- e munity of these pests by imposing a and twenty at heavier tax. At the quarterly session of aroundinchesthigh.the waist enjoys tho Tho child tho the commissioners just held, claims to tbo best of health, is exceedingly extent of nearly fSOO were allowed farmen and is perfectlv formed nnd developed in for stock killed'in amounts ranging from every "Both the parents are of orf 9 to $2.75. Stock men consider thoy bin dinaryrespect. size. v sufficient cause fof alarm. A Pennsylvania Mite. y Dr. Richmond Under Guard at Home. Shakos', Pa., June 21. Tho most in Sharon is probably the littla 3une"20. There" are""na" ST.JosErH,Mo.t sew developments in the RichmondrStrong visitor which took up its abode with Mr. shooting affair. Dr.Richnion d is at hoae, Jaml Mrs. Steve Boyer, of tho East Hill, a 'week ago. It is such a little mito of huguarded Wy policemen and though manity that in rant has been read to him charging him safely'handled order to insure itsit boinff tho nurse wrapped up in with murder, his physician will not permit his removal Ma the countv iail. and the a. pound of cotton. The child was woighed i OTMtirC T bag consented tojj- - "on accurate" scales yesterday, with its sixteen ounces of cotton protector, and ow Jiim.to remain at homo under-pothe beam at' two pounds and thrco surveillance until he ca.'bevsfeiy B m An ANARCHISTS' TRIALS. INSANEIx KELIGIOUS. Surprie-- tlie r rations, the Armed ZNegro Commanrt( Steamboat v Long-I.ot, i I'o-H- ce - r -.V I Haj-mark- Court-room- Af-ter"t- sixty-eigh- Sheep-killin- o good-nature- d ' diminu-tivebab- J-- wi oulv-tippe- d , I Congress July 10. A resolutiou was providing for offered in the House tho adjournment of Congress on Tho 3d of July next. It was referred to the W avs and Means Committee, but it will not be . .. ... consiaerea uniu tiexx weeK, Tbe commit tlie'reolntion-sas to re- tee will amend in favor of ,a final adjournment on Sort PrekaMe Adjwrnfcieirt-aJune-18f . movea.i --"5" -- Washington, . tc-d-ay . 10. Q "s "Hittini tijePFpe'.' , Washington, June IS". It is alleged that there are fifteen "opium joints" in this city and Georgetown. There is ono fashionable resort frequented by women of' so- ifcrged Army wasjurested Prasbyte- with disturbing thePark riamChurcntin this cnyyparamingui tfnt Ojtthe edifice witMlriu'oVums beating, tambourines jingling Bnn their oi tern maieaingera in iuupiasKueuten-an- t 'AanaHarris, ofCfacJaaatl.Cadet Lizzie Harrison and a girl, naaeirMary Pfauhl were the only women arrested. Ten men complete the party. At last acand count they were engaged praying in the cell room. " f- '- ip-Bg- gr ,. f& .J ,f c.--- oauatiwa nimj vsn DattosOl, June . Tbyalfctfc ftjgklt , u ounces, m m Jr lat ;,' - Denaod for Home Rule for Cuba. Madrid, June 2L The Goverment is contemplating tho immediate construction Of a number of speedy and powerful cruisers to strengthen the navy. In the Congress Senor Montoro, supported by other Cuban Deputies, has presented a demand for the concession of home- - rulcto Cuba, with a Provincial Parliament. Tbo demand is regarded as a step toward complete decentralization. David Davis' Death Expected Soon. BLOOMrxoTOW, III, Juno 21. A consults tion of Chicago nnd Bloomington physi iirunuuni.'eu .juugo uuvis b- cinns iu-uyond hope ot recovery. uj ciety circles, as well as shop girls and school girls. Wheat Destroyed by Fire. "Modesta. Cal.. June 2ft. Tare thonicand ' acres of wheat were destroyed ky Bn t fc - l ,1 ibsv, according to iniormaiioa surprising if, There were S155 .wuijiot failures in the Hnlted'States and Canada-1 McLan, aariBg the week. 'against 209 last week, lVCUt . and lot the weeltprevjous to the. last. , C4liaf 9tMd the Di$rate. J? WewipMer Manager SJrtt. 8t. Louis, June 20. Ferdinaai-pel$ St. JosErH, Mo., June 18. Coloael Jr W. German farm hand, committed saiaide" at Belleville, HL, this morning by JswciBx; StroBg, manager pf tbe Jfcra?d,.vras He waa found dniBk'ldhS; Tumself. fafcllyihot by Dr". beUtid "A. Richmond, the proprietor of a pateut wret22-eaaedieiae. After rthe murder Richmond, mornine he went to the turn " MZ t. beliaved insane, shot himself in the lieaU. tnire2,a,eimpL'lyed fad hi, i ad it in thought he will die: oji. "iiu uia.iMiuusafcniei irosma'beaia , only four feet fronrtb floor. ' , .cu Kiifllm f LalMr Ticktl! t St. Louis Furniture Strike Enatl Uvini or AlmosLNothlnf. Successful Fishing Season. St. Louis, June 20. After a six weeks Jackson, Mich., June IS. Mrs. Elizabeth attempJ4QiorcLJiuEUinajiufactjirerj.to aov Boston, June 21. A Halifax' special to Reed, of this city, affected wito internal cede to tbeir demand lor the adoption of cancer, with an exception ot two spoonfuls tho eight-hou-r system, the furnituroworx-er- a I the Advertiser says that both shore and have ended their strike The meKabout bank fishing has been most successful in of port wine each day, has taken no'nour-ishmein ninety onedays. She has lost five hundred is to wk to- rvewioundland. bnitnon and codllsu are some flesh, but" at the last visit 61 her morrow on the' Old rilaO. j, - particularly abundant, and the fish are physician appeared brighter tbau eight ravenous and easily caught. Tho St. John's Hr.. ManRiBo's && weeks' ago. There are - "no hopes of iTelegram bitterly denounces the Conadiun . WAsniXGTOV, June 20. An trtMato-da- j' in the Sunday Capital strongly 'fesimatea. Government forfreely affording fishing nt x -.- -i Nw York, June I Haines, Failures IS. privile"ges to. Portugese Jews which they -- -. refuse, or attempt to refuse, to Americans. Sir Ambrose Sbea has gone to England in connection' with the French shore difficulties. v n. " BY OABRIER PIGEON. Heary Ward Beecher Sends a Message Back From the Sea. ,Nkw York, June 21. When Henry Ward Beecher sailed for Europe on Saturday on tha Etruria he took several carrier pigeons, bywhich he intended sending messages to to-da- y: nl SSSSffinsSfSS d s i ' LiMr mrfmu,. MajMt. A baMMMata-sMKtgfgft-gwjwgyiifcv'T" T -; ItjLWieKUtY.Wtv, waif-iipta-M- Ji Fart Bwird )br s ft vtm St-.- ui &- - cA 3L v. ti k 6ir aorainata a fall ewaventioa badprevPoUsiy at LaCroM for tb at FosTERvitLK, O., David andT Wrllfiua Wilfta-ftirsncoal miners, JunTfSrday a tt piu u powder with a pick. ThejwwSrielerf, burning, twth mea WshtfttHn mam Tkee bis friends when he had been upon the ocean some time. The following is a copy Kof on.e of the dispatches received By Carrier Pigeon. AtJ3ka, on Board TnE Stxamek Ktiiuria. i Mrs. Rxbecca Whitehead, Michigan From on the brood ocean 1 scud you all loyal thoughts and kindest Hi w Dxscuer. 1 tioiis,,siprobablythw,'CltirtnrrHlefWctela oreaarfetaouesiOnitluita-iiBi- The"aUrr"f Uie Commissioner of Pensions and Green river districts, have probably piiciiy which cnaracienzeu nis recent was Used at $4,0 0. about finished. On the whole, about 70 to marriage has won the hearty recogni, Juno ifi Mr. bO percent, of tho intended nrca is covered. tion of the whole country. Skvvti x Dawes pijented a memorial of the Massallunext. Ikirh nntl Ileavu. And the spectacle is assuredly an ;. which was read. The Trash 75 chusetts hrtrMature. 1M2S f 2 ,WS 3 75 imposing one. Mr. Cleveland, is the 4 4 . . 2 75ft 3 50 nicmorlnlicciteti that the "General Court" oi Common lugs.. 5 .Vf 0 00 chosen ruler of sixty millions ol peo3 75i 4 75 Medium lugs... Iassachu18 views with deep concern the flood uigs C V,i 7 65 ple. 5 MXft 5 75 He is the hea'd of tlio most inrecent interferences of the Government oi Common 6 W& 7 fill 5 Mi 6 U) rights of fishermen of the Medium leaf telligent, the wealthiest, and despite Canada with tho ! MVS11 IX) 0 Cuw. 7 SS United States, and urges Conro s to secure Good leaf 8 75 7 75 ii sofsw ra its small army and its paper navy Immediate fellet for that clu-- s of citizens. Selections U&10 50 U 1X4415 W the most powerful Nation on earth. . Tho Senate led ed to take up the House hill Wrappers - CliCcls 25 lotttsoo And yet his wedding at his ollicial providing- tr the repeal of tho preemption, Mr. land, ucts and residence was so simple as to present penilinK (I ohtalned Wilson MUrellaneoiiH Item. Iho regilUr order, to add res the Seu A Dot calf, born on the faln & striking contrast to many a weddinp: ate on tlr bill making the rate of postage on foifth class mail matter two tents of Isaac Wingate, of Franklin County, was which has taken place in our principal u gao wiiv. however, on exhibition Frankfort, n few dasago. cities, whoso pomp and glitter and an on ute. PIr forthecoiJlderation of the invalid pensions It lived onlv aat short time. The heads are display were depicted in tho news appropriaion bill, which was reportisl by at once iasel bv the Senate, Joined together like the Iatin Janus, both papers the next day from a very diflr Iojranand as rcportll from the Senate Committee on being perfect m overy feature, having four ferent feeling; and for a very different ApproprMions. The Military Academj reason from those which caused the bill was then takun up and ej es but only two ears. public press to give to an interested the Appropriation pas-caireportel from AsoricTi was formed In Louisville, the I'oiiiiiiittd. The senate then procecslcsl to other day, for tho purpose of conducting yet deferential and respectful public the consideration of tho House tiill repealling excursions for the bene- the particulars of tho simple White timber eul ure and desert summer fresh-ai- r tlio At that wedding Innd acts,lhlth was discussed until adjournfit of tho mothers and children of the ptor. Houso ceremony. ment. thero were no gorgeous uniforms. .Hon. H. J. Dt hiiam, first comptrollei of Hot'hE. J"he hill authorlrlng a Hallway There was no show of the military Company I" bu'ld. a road through the Indian tho treasury, was married to Mrs Mar- the Whito House was unguarded by a The House went into garet Letcher Carter, both of Kentucky. Territory ap,-Miwhole. Mr. Blount ((in Hn single trooper, or police officer; the coinniittcebf have been established at grounds were just as free to the pubthe chair, bn tie legislative appropriation relating to the Pension bllL Thedaus Dillingham. Adair County, and Elfrieda. lic occupancy as ever, and even the rife to die usual discussion a to "VV. Moore nnd doors of the'Whitc Houso were open. partisan raithof'.scniplovtd in the conduct of Da vies Count', and John John W. Cummins ajipomted postmasters A distinguished Englishman, struck previous that bureau by Hie present nnd the t THROUGH A TRESTLE. r Iho salary of respectively. Also at Flournoy, Union noo Twenty Cars Thrown Into :i Creek. Kill- $i.l)0. of Fatcntwr is tlxisl at ?4 bill instead if County; Goff, Edmonson County; Holy with this unusual sight, was conMr. Cannsrcconinonded bv the to pronounce it on the whole ing I'our of the Train's Crew. Marion County; Steele, Morgan strained non till offered ii amendment which. aftt ra Cro debate wnsisreiM to. Increasing tho ap- County, Tarfolk, Brcckenndge County; the most notable sight he had seen FoAiiiuo, Pi., Juno 17. Paint Creek liort of Labor In tlio for trestle, on tho Pittsburgh ec Western rail- propriation J.O.tdC tin Bureau make the appro- View. Crittenden County, nnd Viper, Perry in the United States. n as to uggrcgate We are told there were but twenty-fiv-e road near here, was tho scene of n ternblo priation equal tothe estimates of the Com- Count, nnd J. It. Thompson, W. H. Goir, persons, including tho President's , iVo.) Mr CalR-ll- , of I.aor railroad accident last night, by which missioner amendnent, which was agreed to, Thos E. Fen-ellJ. M Adkms, AY. L. Ball, an and the bride's relatives, intimate J. S. McMurry and E. C Campbell appointthree persons lost their lives, nnd another reducing from JJVid.iioi to (1.O00.000 tho friends, and the members of the Cabiof ed postmaster respectively. for lie salaries and was so badly injured that recovery is net and their wives, present. But in Tho doubtful. a mid- afoiit. surveyor! gangers and store keepers axlo of Mr. L. C. Milim was knocked down "on Internal Heveiiue The enr of dle a long freight train in the Bureau if nnd re, ortod the hill to the street, in Owingsville, tho other night reality the whole Nation was present; committee then broke jut as tho train was on the the Houe, and tho bill was passed, isomo and robbed of ?s 50 and two gold rings. at least it took a deep interest in the centre of tho trestle, anil the entire tram twentv five billi of u private clas were Three men assaulted him. His skull Is event which itself is as unprecedented of twenty cars was thrown into the creek pased at tbo evnlng session. no other President was ever married "they can WAsiuMTro.wJune 17. Si:n vtk. A bill wih fractured. forty feet below. A largo portion of the there as it is important. For there frankly thatparty a more not deal the trestle work was carried with tho falling passed to secun to the Cherokee frecdmen deadly blow John Vomierschmitt, of Covington, was can be no question that it is far better Republican tram. Four of tho crew were buried in their proportiol of certain proceeds of lands drowned in the Ohio river while bathing at than the passage of this bill." The the debris, tho fifth. Conductor Kime. es- 'old. After piiFlngu number if private bills that the President should bo a married Boston Journal, the leading Rethe foot of Madison street, caping serious injury 1i jumping When the Senate ailjiurin.il. man, although in tho present instance, publican organ of the State, made an tho wreck was cleared. "it was found that Ilgt'st Tlio morning hour was spent in Jcdge II. J. Stites, of the Louisville case of engineer George Suttig and brakemen tllibusterinz' nfaint the consideration of a common plens court, closed nineteen years as in thu the loss a former bachelor earnest appeal to Senators of its party was inappreciable President, StenVv anil Knso had been killed Fire- bill for the fort Iture of the Mou xC ty and St. measure. "The man Geoughler was still living, but his in- Paul land iirait. A motion by Morrison togo of active service n few days u go, and will from the fact that the social side was so to reject tho it said, "would bepassage a lastInto commute; or the whole, for tne purpose retire to private life. juries aio believed to be fatal. well cared for by the one who up to his of this bill," to Massachusetts Repubtariff bill, was lost of taking up tie Morr At Louisville, Martha Holmes, a young wedding had performed the responsible ing reproach declared vcas 140, nays 17 The naval appropriation that the bill bill was then aken up arnl considered until woman nbout thirty years old, was ar- duties of lady of the President's houso. licanism." It CANADA CONCILIATORY. adjournment raigned in the circuit court for examina- And let us say woman has her was "insincere in its purpose nnd retroWas Juno is Pen vtk. Mr. Beck A Much Ilettor reeling Displayed on tha and in gressive in its tendency, and affirmed this country gave B.V that hi won it call upon luesuay tion into her mental condition. Miss place in that "the Republican party can not af1'lsherlrs Ouestlon. r sjuotinn to reconsider the vote Holmes is crazy upon the subject of pic-- tho homo of its Chief Executive, Yet,-- in tho face ford to shoulder it--" Ciur vgo. June 17 Tho IMulUjytl9Lihi' members iiio, ud it line heon hor habit to walk vSlors iiLdjfciaiiroiKis Lnloug, thestreetAsandJtUskjfgentlemen'lta'; waraingar-trenllepeclnl snya: Tlio Domiiilon'Oovenip ItldlHi SuoatajwBratg .t riimi nu the roftmaster take bcr to any picnic that was announced. ment has changed its policy on the fisher- agree upon made tho bill worse by requiring in- this continent. Anil the social success stead of allowing the exemption of vet... ies question, having issued instructions to Oeners, in ............-- . fis to tlif. nimillfit All last winter she heard of innumerable of men, we may even say of Adminis". alleged duo captains of cruisers and Collectors of Cus- of cofnpensation the act of to tie 3. J.l. picnics in the woods and was constantly trations, which counts for so much in erans from examination, and then March pisttnastcr under toms cancelling former instructions re- The Kits John Porti r hill was made it special disappearing in search ot them. She was public life, is due to no small extent passed it, thirteen Republicans voting itgarding the seinire of American vessels onlerf r next Thursday. Tlif bill to repeal once confined in nn asylum at Carthago, A. to the character of tho President's wife. for it and only eleven against for a contravention of the trentv in this the Civil Service law was Indefinitely r. Post. or :tt jea to ii navs Tho O She was sent to Anchoruge. a vote The people want to seo American last circular. No mention is iniulo regard the calendar and paed .Torn-- Dui.eh, nn old and distinguished social life ing the purchase of bait, ttanshippi'ig of j Senate then went toAt 4 55 executive session at its best at the Whito WAR-LIK- E REPUBLICANS. ununitxr of bilK argo or shipping of men ns being contrary was ordered, und at 5rJ) adjourned untn citizen of Newport, died a few days ago, House. They want to see an absence to tho treaty. Tho question, therefore, Monday. illness from consump- of vulgarity, of narrowness, of any How Tormer Administration In I'oirer after a eems to Ikj narrowed down to tho three-mil- e Have l'rovltietl for Protecting th'n NaHotJsK. Tlio Diplomatic Appropriation bid tion He was tho first jeweler and watchRecognizing for limit. The move is said to be in defer- was passed. and resolutions imd altir somenude, the Naval maker in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. C. Dueber. cause publicevil report. official intertional Honor. ence to the wishes of the Imperial Governwhat duties and reports been offered maker, is his course demand, they yet want to seo a ment for u conciliatory enforcement of the Appropriation and w us taken up. The debate wife of the watch-casThe assurance exhibited by various $ ft bill treaty, m the hope of a speedy appoint- on Stanton was renewed nnd continued ut daughter. timely simplicity, and they want to of our Republican contemporaries, in of the commission. episode wns discussed ment length The Dolphin The other night the family of Colonel until 5 p. m w hen the House took n recess Neff, of Newport, were awakened by the know that the atmosphere of that Wash- speaking of what would be donu and until 8 p. ni.. tho night session being for tho ington home is pure and sweet. what would not be done for our fisherconsideratten of pension bills. cries of nn infant which hnd been laid on THE TARIFF BILL. Tho country will like the President ia Wasjhinoton, Juno 19. Senate. Not In the doorstep, neatly dressed. In the bosket his entering into tho men if Mr. Blaine were President The House by n Majority of Twenty Ke- - st salon. was a small alcohol stove, a can of con- the belter for simply sublime. It challenges admiramarriage state and so worthily into fuses to Consider it. Horsn. Soon after the rending or the densed milk, and u letter with the followWashington-- , June 17. At exactly half-pa- Journal in tho Houe this morn n. Congressthe head of the tion. again iickul for unanimous ing information: "Baby is five weeks old, it peculiarly lifting man Vndcrn Would Mr. Blaine, in Mr. Bayard'o Anil it will like him the betono Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, nroso in consent totnkeupnnd pass the bill providing its father is dead and the mother is notable Nation. place, have done better? "Yes,"" say his seat, nnd, addressing tho Speaker, foranapproprla ion of Sl.Vj.OO for tho erec- to tnko care of it. Its name is Lucy Gar- ter for having maintained the simplicThe Plumed Idimrat Ditvton. O. Beity so dear to tho hearts of Americans, tho Blaincomaniacs. moved that the House resolve itself in tion or a public bu read through Mr Beach, field." It was a white child, apparently fore the bill had been Committeo of tbo Whole House on the State of New York, nroso and said that tho bill was only a few weeks old and was taken to the and especially to the "plain people" Knight, we are informed, would havo whom Mr. Lincoln's heart so well ap- ordered the navy to proceed at onco to of tho Union, for tho purpose of consider- probably the most meritorious one of the jail to await charitable disposition. ing tho general tanir bill, and on that mo- character on the calendar, but he objected to whole Nation will tho Canadian shores, reprisals would preciated. for the reason that If The work of building the piers for the wish for longThe happiness and pros- have been made, and England would tion d eiunuded tho previous question The Its consideration on there would be no life, Congress kept aes andoeeeilcd to call demandedTho the money left In the Treasjirj The elevated railroad bridge between Coving- perity to the President and his bride, have heard news calculated to make uas were tho roll. nnd Clerk pi House House then resumed eonsidi niMon of the will begin as soon tho by ajeaand nay vote declined to go in Naval Appropriation bill, and d spnscd or it ton nnd Cincinnati in whom are crystallized tho virtues tho British lion quiver with fear from Committee of the Whole for tho purpose i few minutes before tbreo o'clock. Immedi- stage of water in the Ohio river will per- and graces of American womanhood. the end of his nose to the tip of his tail. ' of the Naval bill (.en-c- r mit. of considering the general tariff nil. The ately upon the May their sun ride high in the heavens, But Mr. Blaine in Mr. Bayard's place, opposing faction have a majority of about il Anderson noticed that Bench, "tho obThe public schools of Newport and Cov- and their sunset bo as calm and peace- or in the Presidential chair, wotiM ' was not In his seat, so he at onco twenty. Sjieuker Carlisle voted in tha jector tho motion to take up the Iiaj ton bill. ington havo closed for the vacation. ful as tho morning is auspicious and have done no suck thing. Why? Well, allirmutive. This time he was successful, and the bill session, tho radiant with promise. Christian at because pitching into Peruvian guano After, a stormy It any rurtlnr opposition. passed without beds and fighting John Bull are two Ludwig's Lunacy. : lri already passed the Senate, and will Work. Democratic convention at Lebanon nomialtogether different things. Mr. Blain' n law Just as soon as tlio President glv es nated Joseph Barbour for Judge of the SuMi n H, Juno 17. Among tho documents approval, which will be early next gave us a specimen of nis method oi TRYING TO EXPLAIN. which have been submitted to tho Diet to it his perior Court. week. twisting tho lion's tail when American prove the insanity of the late King Ludwig WAhiiirrrox, June 21 Sf.s. vte. Tlio creAccoiiDtNO to the last report of tho AgriTho Hani Task Ur fore Governor Foraker, citizens were locked up as suspects in Senator is a decree of tho dead monarch sentencing dentials 'of tho Island, were of presented. A cultural Department all conditions hnvo Kepubllcan ofOhlo What a l'romlnent British prisons. Again, even were Mr. of Bhode all the Ministers to death, copies of w hick hill wiis passed granting Dearborn Park to been most favorable for wheat, and the Has to Say of Him. Blaine in office and fully disposed to were sent to all members of tho Governtho city of Chicago for the use and benefit of present prospect is many points above the Governor Foraker has arrived in show fight, he would have nothing to do ment, and a decree sentencing a number of nni.iio institutions A resolution was ngreed average. No damage is reported in any tocalilngonthcSecretaiyor the Interior tor Cincinnati. His coming was not her- it with. Tho Republican party after the Ministers to banishment to America. rega.iling tho cancellation of The affidavits of thirty persons havo alsa Information for fraud from and during the county in the btnte from the tly, chinch-bu- g alded with trumpets and "sich," nor years of power left our or smut. been submitted, in which it is stated land entriesUhcScnnte took up the bill to jearlSS. of wu throusli Yellowstone Park-twas he met at the depot by tho Young navy what we sec it an unsuccessful that the King injured them by throwing grant right There is a decrease in the area seeded to of a coal barge. Untold at them knives, china and glash. Men's Blaine Club of this city. Of opponenthave been spent for a navy tho Cinnabar and Clnrks Forks Kailrond millions There is also a document relating to a pro- Company. It was laid nsldo for the army oats of about 10 per cent., as compared posal of tho King to form a Cabinet, with appropriation bill, which comes from the with last year, due to tho fact that the crop course this failure to properly receive under Republican Presidents, and tho his valet us President. Crown Princo Ru- House with a meage ot non concurrence In last year was tbo largest and best ever his Excellency has no significance. country has what to show for it? Tho confo ence com-Senate amendments. dolph will attend the funeral of King Lud- thettcewasappointed. TheAdiplomatic appro- grow n in the State, and there is little or no Some people might imagine that be- Tallapoosa and Secor Robeson. Mr. wig on Saturday as the representative of received w lth a message cause tho Blaine Club went to Spring- Bayard might never be anxious to the Austrian Court, A number of persons priation bill w as also A conference committee market for it. have been arrested here for distributing oruononcurrenco. Ill on Crumley wns almost instantly field in a body to secure his nomina- vindicate the honor of the. flag, yet Mr. was appointed Notice wns given that the pamphlets containing attacks on tlio Ba- conference report on the approkilled tho other afternoon at Harper's tion at the hands of tho Republican Blaine's party has left the country varian Ministry for alleged relations to th priation bill would be called up on WednesBoiling-mill- , Newport. He was employed State Convention the same organiza- without so much lis a reliable dispatch circumstuuees attending Kitig Ludwig1 day. Tho bill to repeal the preempboat. Wonderful things Mr. Blaine or death. tion timber culture and desert lards at the blast furnace as a watchman at the tion would welcome him with outwas then taken up Mr. Illalr submitted elevator. Th.ey have a couplo of cars at stretched arms. A few persons, and any one else could do with the Ameri; providing that not more than, tho place which are used in hoistiugup maan aimndmcnt Disastrous Tornado In Texas. thev might lie, misinformed, say such can navy as handed down from Repubsix Hundred mm fortj acres of desert land For.T Worth, Texas, Juno 17. A tornado should be held In single ownership. Mr. Edterial for the furnace, and by some chanjeo i thn fpelhnr"of tho Blaine Club. lican Administrations to President opposed tho amendment. After a ho accidentally got caught between thflm occurred last night in Cook and Dentoa munds by Tho band of young Republicans has Cleveland! ?prcch Mr. Teller. Mr. Call offered u letter Counties. Sallie Brigmoro was fatally If any trouble were to ariso the to be printed In tho Hecord from tho Commis- nnd was ciushcd to death. The deceased taken no action in the premises. at Stouey, Denton County, and sev- sioner on public lands relating to the bill. At wns sixty-fivye,ars of age, and leaves a The Governor's visit to the Queen genius of the American people would eral lives are, known to have been lost. 5:15 p. in. tho Senate went into executive ses- widow and five children. "When his reCity is said to bo that of a private citi- doubtless rise to the emergency, and Further west lmmenso damage was done to sion, nnd at 5:40 p. m. ndjoiirned. mains were brought homo his widow fell zen. It is rumored that ho requested provide adequate means of otFenic and crops andfarm buildiugs. Holsc Conferees were appointed on the on the floor in an insensible condition, and pension appropriation bill Tlio naval publio demonstration be made, defense. But it would not be because appropropnatlon bill was passed. 1'ndcr it required tbo united efforts of several that noaccounts for what might appear Th,e Chicago Incendiary Fire. of tho Republican party or any of which the call of Stattsa number of bills nnd resoto be a lack of enthusiasm. Report its leaders. They are responsible for Chicago, Juno 17. Tho Coroner's jury, lutions were Introduced. Tho sundry civil people to hold her. Mil wan taken up in commlttceof the whole Samuel Harlvn, of Boylo County, clerk has it that ni Excellency will be ten- our present lack of facilities for prot which has been investigating the and red by paragraphs for amendment. Sevin the sixth auditor's office, will exchnngo dered recept'011 DV tnc Lincoln Club tecting the national honor, and they tenement-housfire of Juno 7, in eral amendment offered toiheappropriatlon There are tho last who, withoutmakmg themwhich oigut persons were suffocated nnd a bill for the BuiCHiiof l'rltitingof one nr.d two places with Mr. McCracken, of Meade before his return to Columbus. out on little child so injured that it has since diet), dollar notes were minidiscussion, a point of County, a gauger in Collector Cox's dis- nro some peculiar stories floating selves ridiculous, could stand up and rending finished its labors this afternoon nnd held order alter considerable tell what a terrible rumpus they would consideration of tlio bill, tho Houso ml. trict. Mr. Harlan is in bad health, and his around as to tho cause of the GovernCharles lleilly to the grand jury. physician says he must change his climate. or's nniet visit. It is asserted by a make about England's ears were thej Journedatop. m. ' " company, that has a number of gentlemen who should bo in power. Boston Globe. hie .uason-roarA question now heard in the conn-trcontract for building tho Maysville and well informed that ho is anxious to The Ohio Senate a Legal Body. "Ilevyour laylocks bloweri?" Newport railroad, have erected n number make a few explanations. The GovMr. Blaine never could get along A man of COLCsinu, O., Juno 17. Tho Supreme lioslOn Record. In Boston the question of sheds along tho line of tho road, near ernor has always been classed among with tho stenographers. Court of Ohio has announced its decision is: Has your fyringa vulgaris yet California, to shelter their convicts in. tho smartest and shrewdest of politic- fluent speech, speaking on an inspiring in the quo warranto proceedings instituted burs, into eilloroscenee; and, if so, hag They will crmmence work soon with ians. That he should have occasion to theme, seldom faces with satisfaction by.the board of public works of Cincin- your nasal orjran so far recuperated ubout tw o hundred convicts. The State remight appear strange. Sever- the transcription of his words in cold nati against tho board of public affairs. It from thu deleterious ph3'sical eilects of ceives about eight cents a day for each explain al persons, probably evilly disposed, type. The stenographer asserts he reestablishes tho iegality of the Senate and Boston'; oriental vcrsal zephyrs, that it coirrict. however, likened Little Breeches ported Mr. Blaine's abuse of Lovd Tue assessor's liooks for Fayette County, have, the legislation enacted by it, and holds the can bo pleasantly titillated by its who has tho reputa- Salisbury verbatim. Mr. Blaine denies an And tho sent to tho nuditor the other day, show the to of having made more mistakes in this and'furnishes an amended veraion ace creating the board of public affairs odoriferous deliciousness? tion constitutional. The board of public works answer is pretty sure to bo: "No, I assessed valuo of property in that county a less time than all his predecessors. calculated to show that even in a is no more. The court stood three to tw o, cad t zay id has arribed ad thad stadto tobe$13,n.V),000. The total legal vote is short, be & sa to have beaten tho stump speech he observes the courtesies tho dissenters being Democrats. After of codvalescedce." Pittsfield (Mass.) e,K5, of which 4,014 nre white and 3,011 In of parliamentary bodies., And the Ensome consideration of the Dow liquor law, Journal. record. black. the court adjourned until next Tuesday. is .aro. suspicion that the glish papers declare that his correctioH Thero At the Democratic convention at Alexand his friends. Mayor Smith, is no better than the original rersioB. A Whitchurch (Can.) residen' andria, a few days ago, Cleveland and Governor Nominated by Prohibitionists. Bailey. "K illiam B. Smith et aL, However, Mr. Blaine would be glad ol spent a whole day in Lucknow parci' Carlisle were indorsed. Sam Portland, Me., Juno 17. The Prohibi- ing for a wife. He was not particular meant to have n conference as to tho a little abuse from the English, presa. A destructive visited Henry proper course to pursue at tho coming SL Louis Hepublican. rain tionists bf the District as to whom he got, so long as it was County tho other evening, washing away Colonel W. S. Eustis for Congress. convention and election. Thero is Emporia, Kan., Juno 17. Tho Fourth somebody that could milk live cowa tho new iron bridge, costing $15,000 across fall When Mr. Conkling dominated- each morning before seven o'clock. also a growing belief that the last y nominated District Republicans of Drcntion creek, besides carthe mouth gentlemen have discovered that the Republican side of the United Thomas Ryan for to Congress. He found no takers. rying away several smaller bridges, tho named is loose somewhere, in tho n.irtv SLites Senate, his voice was wont to nnramr There was no opposition. New York was astonished recently property of the county. Corn was washed machinery, nd that there is danger of fall like a lash upon thosa who Portlahd. Me., Juno 17. Tho Prohibition State Convention was held here themselves. In his aheeeMr.. the arrival of a cargo of ice from out of the ground, w hile a large acreage of a revolt a sort of mutiny, so to speak. Aaron Claik, of Buxton, a furmer, jrv be lost by jorway. The article is sometimes ripe wheat will etc., sufferedits fallen condi- That there iff something wrong can not Ingalls, of Kansas, has coaciTea,iwr acwas nominated for Governor, and . in proportion taken from Maine to India. Less than tion. Fences, fond fancy that the aatl, p cepted, bo qcestioaea. ii spent an entire night do-i- Conkling fell upon hue. ,Th thirty years age ce from Alaska was No estimate of the damage can be made at A reporter this writing. No loss of life. Good Price for Wool. retailed in Sacramento. detectiTe work, but was unable to a ludicrous exhibition of eaJC .yqw CovingChief of Police Goodson, of Warren, O., Juno 17. Ono hundred and ing, which he fancies to learn exactly what was up. An average of two hundred and ton, has ordered tho police to arrexfc all satisfied, however, that a few He was Mr. Ingalls should be fifty thousand pounds of wool were panels hero yesterday by Eastern buyers Toxty-tw-o tray cow running to street. clear days a year are enjoyed that the paatuxt qu6lchdi GinwHMtU of fottiaf M l thirty cents per pound, I i and an Accoinpa-u)I- ii Iirtliquiikuat the Capitul of Nlcurarguii. New York, June 17. An Albany dispatch to tho Sun says : "Mr. John Hotca-kia prominent manufacturer of Birmingham, Knglund, arrived here yesterday from Healjo. Nicaragua. II- - sajs that tho day lefore he sailed (May ii) thero was a terrific eruption from tho Volcano Momom-tomb- o Telegraphic information was received nt Uealjo on tho 23d to the effect that tho city of Managua, the capital of the country, hud been practically desti oyed by the violent earthquakes which accompanied tho eruption The earth upon which tho city was built suddenly sank, soon after tho convulsion began, three feet bolow its former lev I All buildings of any considerable value were completelv wrecked. It was reported that there was great lotsof life "Telegraphic intelligence from a tow n ut the teiiiiiutia of a rnilroad forty Hilled from llenlio was even more startling. That placo w as being fast buried beneath not volcanic ashes, and ninny lives had been lost. In response to tho nppeal for help from tho survivors, a train was made up at Ileal jo and sent out nbout two hours before tho Pacific Mail steamer left the iort- - Tho situation in Reuljo began to grow somow hat threatening, nnd tho departure of tho steamer was somewhat battened on that account. Tho sky became dnrk and of a strange grav tint, and fine volcanic nshes o began to fall, and tho becamo oppiessive nnd breathing painful. Mr. Ilotchkiss sajs the fall of ashes increased as the ship left tho harbor, and they continued to sift down upon the decks until tho vessel was fully foi ty miles out. Over the interior of tho country toward the volcano thoro appealed to hang a dense dark cloud. The decks of tho ship leceivcd a coating about half an inch deep of the ashes before getting bevond reach of the shower. Mr. Ilotcbkiss brought with him a specimen. The ashe are a dry gray dust or powder. There was great excitement in Renljo when the steamer sailed, and details of the calamity could not be obtained Full information will doubtless come by tho next steamer, which reaches San Francisco m a few davs. Maungua, the capital of Nicaragua, which is said to be destroyed is a city of about 10,000 inhabitants. It hod a national pnlaee, several churches, city hall, and other large buildings." ork of s, ntmo-phervol-cdn- miXTH v'-s- - C0NGUESS. THE COMMONWEALTH. Tobacco Starket. I.ouUville Dark and heavy types have either held their own or improved slightly. Common grades do not appear to havo any friends just now, and boll sluggishly on tho very low busis to which they hud been reduced somo time back. Medium leaf has been steady, and the better grades of medium, as also good leaf of regie types, have been in sellers' favor. Wrnppers and long leaf remain firm. Planting interests have boen more extensively favored by the w eather, and plartmg seasons are reported from nearly all sections. The Clarksvillo und Western districts, the Upper Green river district-- tho Ohiorjverdistrictanda goodly proportion of the Eastern districts, and lat tcrly Indiana, which until now had bevi denied any share in tlio current pluvial Livens hnvo been enabled to put in a gocl , -tlu forfeiture of lunds coterminous with portion or tho Cascudo hrancl at the date of the passatto of tho act. ir"ijK'ii'l?mcnu,ncilt- proposing to forfeit -ISSf?1' ruillJ0"s with such portions of 55Si ?i5a wcro nnot coinptuted on July, ,hc tlt,BOf "actUttl settlers las rwerteS0 tho Jhcoaipleted First Session. June " -j.orth5rnPacjic forfeiture hillSenate. The was taken up. an uyck s amendment was passed, declaring- l,iJC?ho enntc bill for tho relief of folaiersjef tho oepMwioaFea was ftfgrted three favorably. Consideration of the lr'gaKivo bill was resumed Several fpeechj(JerinK OH the tarlll were delivered. ThC3'BW of Jhc asslstunt treasurers utSt. ""s Ban Francisco were Incivnscd to f.V3fOnositIon to strikcoutlbecluiise mnksMsVwnPn'aiiAu for !uh!Hactocs. and itVrjU. jKCllcrnrrwrnifirfBcEro cnsjssTjn WasiiiJ-Von- war service, who are and 1n8 their own lahor disabled after for support, Into discharged pat ot, thea intended, planting.aeSomegjft MR. AND MBS.JSLEVELAND. .e nigh in tho May Their S Heavens" A nplDcmocratio Marriage. J Give mo health fmd a day," says Emerson, " and I will make the pomp President of empires ridiculous." Cleveland has bcengiven health and a day, and he has JBa.de the pomp of royalty absurd. Many a splendid pageantry of royal marriage has been potrayed by tho pen of tho historian and chronicled in the columns of the public press; but more impresoive than the pomp and fanfare of royalty was tho simple ceremonial at the White House, when Presidwjt Cleveland wa3 united in marriage to Miss Folsom. And whatever IjSwV political nntago-nisrmav Invite. wriH'h-UsffSWodent for the clover spoK The esteem with which Governor Toraker is held by the .Blaine Club Is best evidenced by the remarks of ono of the officers of that organization asT made at the house on Fourth street very lately. Said he: "Foraker is inconsistent oc elsa is a delib- crate falsifier. One day ho declares ho will not interfere with any of the apxt pointments of his appointees, and he states he will see that certain , gentlemen nre namod for positions." cither-foolishly -- was unprotected, and that there were grave doubts as tb whether the posts could be reset unless the entire Republican herd was given an even chance ? 'if i 4 tho-ne- Cincinnati inquirer. .DISGRACEFUL POLITICS. Under a .Specious 1'rctense oi neininc,, UnlorO'etHrans Muschuse " rmn'Attmrtt<U' Owl iXofwm. Somo weeks ago tbo opponents ol reform in Massachusetts brought forward a bill in the lower branch of the Legislature authorizing the exemption of every body who served in tho Union Army for tho necessity of passing a competitive examination in any case where such examination is required by law. The measure was ostensibly introduced as "the payment of a debt ol gratitude to the veterans," but the hollowness of this pretense was speedi. ly exposed by the veterans themselves. Several Representatives who had served with honor in tho war made earnest protest against tho idea that theii comrades either needed or desired any favoritism, and it was made perfectly plain that there was no demand for the proposed change on the part of the olij soldiers. Tho real motive of tha movement consequently had to bo dis closed, and it was openly admitted by advocates of the scheme that they wera pushing it as a means of breaking down the whole reform system in the State. The bill finally passed the lower branch by a vote of nearly three to one. It came up in the Senate lately, and was discussed at length. President Pillsbury made an admirable speech showing that tho change was not needed and not wanted by the veterans, and that it could by no possibility benefit any old soldier except one who wa3 disqualified by incompetency to nil an office and who had a "pull" on the appointing powei. He pointed out that the bill was supported "by all the members of the Republican party who want to discredit and break down the reform of tho civil service," and he told them as li-- .... ;,At ?r4 S 1- tlmbor-culor- e de-e- rt Iea-e- RLE-head- Wll-o- if d. 'i '' PosT-orTici-- S oininis-sitine- il extn-nse- s ie M . iui Ittfoi-ftintin- tl i&lr&S oruch Hi I three-month- s' e , H -- st pa-sa- ge all-nig- n AI-drl- four-and-twen- ty m post-oflic- o o Canal-stree- e -- o y: s. to-da- -- khe-hav- ed to-da- y. n" Wfj" pur-chsTs- ed be'saiea. JTirtft viflj fi.1 k ii s v . T - M - 5! 8 if '3 U Jp M Sl? wr ? 4 'Jit-- - fik 'asj A:' VS.'Hj,, :4 r ii -- Vi, it ISQgE8a i r r? J'l KSa? 0 o rj IV : . t The Hickman Courier. 5GJsOBG .vi WASBKi. Publisher. I HICKMAN. KENTUCKY OnoTjronc1taehoarevmeePTfs In the shadow or tho ohlne. With the Joy that comes to jjreet us, Or the care that waits in lino. , Ona.bK ono, and not in masses. The heavy burden we must lift, tU it Pa8y Hrarcly bear njr. S ONE,BY ONE. , i (Sa s From us, etewlUr on1 theJ)r)cks are laidln building. Ono by Till the temple reaches srrandeU height burnished gilding With Its slender spires or Hfflit-Volntimr upward to the ? One br one. eachay will brlnif its duty, WhlM courage meets tho slnulo need. Till all trials blosom into beauty. TlIitneKmcriWciitus luuguuu ihw iucuccu . X tell the story. One brpnc$ our heart-beat- s measured here, Of the carlb-lif- e or golden glory, . or its nj stie web Wrought from sorrow's falling tear.- - ? i Ella Dart, in Inter Ottan. ANICtHTOF'HORROIL LI: Ouflo Masquoradinff as a Were- - Wolf. f t- - fe, (8? t t (PS I A cheerful man was M. OufleJwho loveil a jovial evening with friends, a glass of good wine, and a merry tale. A worthy man, too, was he the most exemplar of. husbands, and the most indulgent fathersliJut hefhad Jhis "thVcVor-b- f his beloved", and 'cast him weakness and which of us ha not? self I efore it, determined to perish in Ills weakness was weakness of intcl-lct:- t. hcrdpfeuce. But the monster, withhim, ran on repeating In short, he was a very good, out its.do'orous howK d a very respectable, a very A prtyof students from tho Univerman, but also a very silly one. He resity were tha't evening goinsr their garded himself as, a bit of a philpso; iround, performing feats of heroism. pher, and despised .superstition; yet, 1 of which they might boast among their for all that, he' fidgeted if the salt- companions, i neso ieais were no: atcellar were upset, alarmed if the knife tended witk much dauger. and yet the and fork were crossed, antK he would, achievement of them was an obji-c- t of positively re'fuse to "make the thirteenth" consider able ambition." They consisted simply in breaking lamps, and wrenchat dinner. It was Carnival time, and M. Outle ing the 'knockers oft' doors. Some invited all his own relations and his people iright think that the smashing wife's relations to dinner.- A pleasant of a street lamp was an operation evening 4hey ised: They ate and within th vcope of the mot infantine they 'drank, and thev'talked 'and they abilities: Unit the wrenching of a sang. They ate till they were more knocker 'rom a door was neither a than satisfied, drank Hllthey were very hazardous- - nor a very heroic, act. But merry, talked themselves dry. and sang thcte people are entirely mistaken. themselves hoarse. Far bf it from me The police occasionally interfere and to assert t hat any of the party had drunk capture one of those engaged in these moro tlian he ought, but tfioy had all acts; and if captured, it costs the grazed the line of moderation, and M. student several francs to bribe the officer to let him escape. Consequent Outle, being naturally had become exceedingly jolly:' 'When1 lv, the ringing of a street bell at the relations withdrew, the children midnight is regarded by University went tombed.. ,M:uiuiue,Oiitle,took-iicr- , iuen as, ank adjjaveuicnt equal to the rapdlo and departed with her ladies' bravest deed'of a'tried General, and the maid, and M. Outle,-fothe sake of a breaking oft" of a knocker is suppo-e- d to little exercise, trotted up and down rankvery much on the leve lwith the d his chamber, whittling a plaintive proudest trophy of a field. mcloily, and whittling it out of tune. On the night in question four valiant This gentleman's eldest son, who had inherited all his father's amiable quali- collegians were engaged on the hazardties, snitl his the ous undertaking of screwing up t In.Largain, had slipped eff from the door of a worthy citizen, an act of paternal houe by the back door, as consummate ingenuity and sublime soon as tho guets began to leave, in a originality. Suddenly a wild and ringing tllrough the hushed masquerading- - dress and had betaken Innight,, broke upon their ears. himself- after the manner of to a ball. il. Outle, having stantly the four students paused and they in hisown- turned pale, laauothcr jmmi-n- t saw a diabolical object moving rapidly room, opened the door and went down the street. towards, them. The which would have proved 'lnitiperablo young men shrank against the wall, but for-thassistance of the banister. each endeavoring ;to get behind the family. other, and reversing the proverb of the Arrived on t!iu landing, II. Outle "My husband!" ejaculated the lady, his son's door open, so he walked weakest going to the wall, for m their recovering from her fainting lit secure I that d into the room, impelled by curiosity or struggle the "Mv Master!" exclaimed tho by a desire for a little more conversa- position, whilst the feehh-s- t was the servant. tion. The son was, however, just at most e"xposcd, and served as a screen "Let us embrace all round," said that time dancing in the of4a tothe other three. Th i approaching M. Oufle. Dr. John II. CoutU, in "" rrmnSterYtood stUTfor an Inst int. an I halloiCs Magizine. hotel two streets off.' M.Onile, not iindi the young man. they werc'able-tO'obserrhim bv the sat himself down beside the bed, anil wan light ot th crescent new moon, A HIGH FEE. and the flickering oil lamp slung acro- began to overhaul tje various Tnenty-flt- e Tliou.tul Dollar 1'alil for h which, his on had the head of the street A fearful obrhlctaii'rt VUlt. ject! In their terror the screwdrivers left out upon a chair. There was a About a month ago a London physineat suit of green and gold, intended dropped from their fingers. The noise attracted the creature's attention, and cian had a telegram from the wife of a as a foresters dress; there was a time otl'rancols J.,, covered it ran up' the steps towankmhem, noble patient" at Cannes: "Come for with spangles; and lust, butuiot ltast; articulating words in a hoarse tone, consultation; JL'l.'XK)." The great there was a bear-skisuit, so contrived which the, in their alarm, were unable doctor replieds. Can "Anxious thatthewearerof it wastiovered with fur to catch. JSuflicu it to. saythat the not come." Her lady-hi- p seems to sight of this monster coming within from head to foot, and looked precisely like a blaek-beaescaped from a travel- arm's length was too much, for their have thought that this was but a way ol ing caravan. M. Oufle turned this courage. With r a shriek they burst making a better bargain, for she ineach other, and creased her offer in four successive teledress over and over, and its originality past it 'tumbling-oveattracted his interest. He thought rolling down the doorsteps, picked grams, till the last read: "Come at he should like to sec whether it themselves up again and lied; palpitat- once, JCo.OOO." While the first telewould- fit his nerson. Ho therefore ing, in. four separate directions, calling arrayed himself in the habit, and found for the police, imploring the aid of that grams and replies were being sent backaugust body which they had so Ion" ward and forward, the "anxious cases" gtfeaitfuitedtoaT. considerately died or got better; so our 'Jtist then the idea entered his" head set at defiance. What tales they related on tho doctor, in his last reply, wired "Comthat tho opportunity of disabusing Madame Oufle of her superstitions hajl following morning to all the old ladies ing." After he had seen his patient at now presented itself. Madame Oulie" of their acquaintance, it is not for me Cannes, my lady inquired what was his was nearly as great a fool as her hus- to record. One of the students broke fee? He said "All the Hivicra doctors band, and that wassaying a great deal. his sword, and vowed that he had with English clients met and fixed the consultation the consultant She was infected with the vulirar be snapped it in his fi.Iit with the demon; fee another exhibited the bruise he had coining expressly from London at lief in witchcraft and demonology, and 1,(.H)0." A check for jCl.OOO was acbelieved implicitly that warlocks could received in his fall, as evidence of the desperate character of tho conflict; a cordingly presented to him. Calling transform themselves into wild beasts fo rJ.be. purpose ol devouring children-'Sow- ," .third wore his arm in a sling as though on his way to his train next day, merely and iuqtiire after his mused M. Oufle, "lsachancc it had been broken in the encounter, to say good-by- e for me to eradicate these baneful super- and all agreed that the monster had patient, the lady handed him an enstitions from her mind. If she sees fled from them, and not they from the velope "not to be opened till The doctor said- "'I have had mo in this dress, and takes me to be a monster. The police! "O, horrors!'' thought M. my fee. This visit is not professional, when I show her the deception she will never believe in the Oufle, "they have summoned the aid of but complimentary;" but being told to the police." I shall be captured, be put the envelope in his pocket, lie did supernatural again." ne walked to his. wife's tried'and sentenced, and burned atthe so. Later on he found it contained a Accordingly check for oQ0 a sum which had no floor and listened. Tho servant was stake as a The fear of this urged Itim, to retreat particular relation to the telegraphic fiffll "with, her mistress, so M. Oufle n " retreated down-stair- s to the dining-roo- stealthily homewards, lcast"any of the bids. Nor is this all. Four checks intendinsr to wait tilL his rood arents of juttice should get sight of came on successive days, their united ladv was alone; andthat he might know.l hi in and carry him away to trial. If j value being 3,500, all signed by her neii uie,iuu.iu was uisnnsseu, lie leu he could bub reach home lie would tm- - ladyship; and at the bank, letters were the door ajar. Then, taking up a book, E'lore his wife to .Stab him with a knife received preparing the cashier for their he seated himself before the fire. The etween the eyes, and draw some drops presentation. The doctor wrote, saybook happened to be Bodin's "Demono-mani- of blood, a sovereign cure for lycan- ing he had his fee, and could take no and M. Oufle opened it thropy. But poor M. Outlets head was morn. He offered to return 4,000, or at the chapter on Lycanthropy. never very olear. and now it was in a distribute it among useful institutions. thorough condition of bewilderment As the money was left in his hands, he , , He read on, and the tales of so that he completely lost himself, and adopted the latter course, with the refloated in strange colors through his brain, till he fell asleep with his head sltxnk about the streets in disconso- sult that 1,000 was riven to tho Medi1,000 to each on the table, and the book on his lap. late manner, vainly searching for his cal Examination Hall, 1,000 to one of of two hospitals, and And as he slumbered he dreamed of own domicile. His bewilderment medical institutions. London with every step he took; the sorcerers being provided by tho 'evil s one with which they were and his confusion and alarm were not Truth. condemned to wear for seven years. a little heightened by his stumbling A GERMAN TREASURY. and of Lycaon sentenced by Jove to over an elderly gentleman, and leaving form; till apiercirtg him apparently dead of fright on the The SjHtem Adopted for ruinbout tho Kxamlnatlon shriek and a crash brought him with a pavement It did not mend matters of Julius Tower at Spamlau.. a fiacre driving by,, ho when, hearing ,tartrtohifeet the Julius and asked stepped towards fTlic ladies' maid, after having pinned suddenlyof the driver forit the coach atThe inspection of Berlin, in Tower, Spandau, near way which hcrjinistrcss back hair in a heap, and the ffittod ovcrvit the niirht-ca'had left the man jumped off his seat in a'paroxysm 120,000,000 marks of tho indemnity f "chamberi and had come down-stairof terror, ami the horses, equally paid by France are kept ready for any As she passed the dining-rooshe frightened, ran away with the carriage emergency, take3 place in the followsaw that there was still a light in it, whilst the people inside screamed ing way: Two members of the naand thinking that the candles had not through the windows. been extinguished, she entered precipiAt List M, Onfle sat down on a door tional debt sinking fund committee aro to put them out There in the step and gave himself up to despair. delegated for the purpose, but tho tately dead of night she stood, and saw before The stake was before him, and his castle can only be opened when thev her a monstrous black bear fast asleep, imagination conjured un all the horrors put their littlo kevs into tho lock to- Ibtfore tho.firersriorfng loudly, "with iU oi iuposiiiuivciiaine(i aooiiLiiiu cuiui. in uu uuici a is uic iock. to head on the table and its snout up in, and dancing in the midst of the flames, be opened. As to the time'of opening, the air, its hind paws upon tho fender, All at once a familiar voice smoto Si careful note is to be made in tho over one upon "his ear the voice of his eldest register. The 120,000,000 are divided taisilk knee, and a book on its lap. .Np son. A ray of hone nenetrated his . into twelve parts, each again beinjr. di- wonder that she dropped her candle breast He rose from his scat and Tided into ten equal sums. Tho money md'acrcamed. $ walked to meet his I That is kept in immense bags of 100,000 "fi jfBkVtefsHrielrwhicultcsUfiedito her young gentleman- wa8.returuing. from marks, of which s are in fear frightened M. Oufle out of the few the masquerade ball at which he had and tho rest in pieces. t senses he did possess. He sprang up, been figuring. He had imbibed a con- As soon as the revision begins one of bewildered with his dreams, confused siderable "amount of wine before he the larger divisions of money is apil "Rrith of wine, .at left home, and he had absorbed a little proached, and from it a smaller division .the suddenness of his 'rcvicl. Opposite more during the pauses in the dance. is taken for the purpose of being t ' him was a mirror. He forgot entirely He was accordingly .scarce V sober, and connted through. For this work a all the circumstances connected with the and as ho returned, he sanir or talked military detachment is told off, so that assumption of the bear-skiand .with to himself at tho ton of his voice. But it may be done in moderate time. Two - tlic' last impression pro3ucedT)y Bodin now ne saw divisionn soniethiag which sooerea or three of the 100,000-mar- k t nd tyh&pdreiin). .stamped upon; his him instantly. ,Thuwas. nothing else having been counted, this part of the e f Wain, he jumped conclusion that than his own Jaasqwrading haoit of revision is over. There are also here he was bewitched, and that he had bear-skiwhica he kad left hanging other imperial funds as, for example, over the back, of a chair, walking portions of the Roichstag, fortification, been itraasformed iato a, were-wol- f. Full of this Idea.--: he Mashed past the deliberately towards him as though and retired-lis- t .funds ami these, too, n maid; and his wife, who the spirit of the.depafted Bruin had have to be counted. When tho revision had rushed to the landing, saw a fright- - i . .. foraakM.drin. iand was is over'n'docuincnt is signed by two , rs a ...7i ir coming in ineoeadttf Mla.i,-tmi luuusiur iuuuuuiuir uunii-siausdemand a revisors, tho two keys lock the door I uttering howls sufficiently loud to awake reckoning with wko had dared to simultaneously, and the proceeding is ; heard it unlock the front um it as a carnivar.ifcbit He stood over. Cor. Chicago Shoe and Leather door and burst into the ptreet There-apo- and looked atIt witk pale face and Review. sheiaiated away. J"1 shudder ran M. Outle, impelled by Nterrory- - ran through fl6' his frame. A Northwcstorn writer asserts that abM the nmt vellln for aHiitaaot. ix ad bee wi tu. 1Im;ts 0f there are no venomous snakes in thS MWMrtllprvMtwitfcft il4 hav entire State of MiarmoU HWil ve kind-hearte- bnt sonorous bass voice, but his voice sounded hollow and fearful through his bldeous visor. A terrified people appeared in theirfew at tie windows, only td run back :to their beds y "selves beneath the cloth A watchman, Vho had started on his UPn Idra suddenly as ho KfjL t,c'cor'-er- . and, dropping his .a .Precipitate retreat. lived a fair adjoining damsel of considerate personal, but superior pecuniary nttraction. who w:wJovcd to distrae'tion bva grocer's fPPrentice. The voung man had made ie lady s acqiiainUmee as ho served in the shop, and had breathed his love over the cheeses he sold His addresses bad been countenanced by the beloved oncbut discouraged bv the parents, who had not incrmittcd the devoted youth to set foot within their doors. The apprentice had no other means open to testifvinir his devotion, thpn by hiring a band of street mi!.sicians to perform at tho rate of two francs an hour the silent watches of the night, below tho window of .he adored. On the present occasion the; hand w;is performinr the Descent oi Mars," when a dssordant ho-r- l in their ears produced a sudden pause in their music not noted in score, and the apparition of a monstrous bear running '"to tho mid-nof them upon its hind legs, with ear? and stumpy tail cocked up, produced such a panic amonS the sons of Orpicus, that tliev cast" their instru-neii- from them ami 'took to their heel. Not so the grocer's apprentice. True-loknows no fesr.1 ' Ho Hew to ps ife11 e diii-in"- " ir l - light-hearte- d,! r -- blood-staine- empty-headednissin- to - jscape-grace- s', Vfiriel-of-de-cril)ineiir- - sunk into his shoes. When he heard his own name articulated in hollow tones from the muzzle, he turned heel, and fled like the wind. In vain did M. Outle call after him; the louder he called, the faster lied the youth, and the distracted father was obliged to pursue Ins son. Tho race was run with the utmott speed by both parties. The young man was urged on by terror lest the skin should overtake him. and M. Ouflo dreaded losing sight 01 his son, lest he should at the same time lose all chance of reganing his home. When M. Outle, U jeune, turned his white face over hi shoulders, he saw tho creature gaining on him, and heard its hollow culls lie dodged from street to street, but ho invariably saw the bear-ski- n double tho corner and rush after him, turn where he would. It was in vain for him to hope to throw it out, and at last he ran straight for home. This he had left by the garden. It was his custom to leave the house by the back door, and clamber over the garden rails, whenever he went out on his night expeditions, and now ho made for tho garden, hoping to ciimo the rails and escape through the door and lock it before the skin could overtake him. He reached the railings. It was a ditlicult and delicate matt-- to surmount them with the time at his disposal; but now that it was to be accomplished in no time atall, it was hazardous in the extreme. M. Oufle, junior, had reached the top, and was preparing to jump down, when a furry paw grasped his ankle and held him as though in a vice, for the monster proceeded to climb the railings, holding on to his leg. Tho poor youth endeavored to break away; he writhed and strained to be free. Holding the iron bars with his hand", he vociferated loudly for help. The creature reached the too; and clasped him round the waist, whilst the hideous snout was pokci close to his car over his shoulder. Boih leaped together, and wero brought up wil'i a jerk. The rails were topped with sfurp and one of these caught iu the hide, so that M. Oufle and lux son wero suspended from it in mid ai. the latter in the arms of his father. Both cried together for assistance; the young man louder than ever when he heard the sonorous howls of in hit ear. Lights appeared in the lower apart ments at the back of the house, and presently the garden door was opened by a troop of terrified male and female servants, provided with blundorbuses, swords, and pistoN. In the rear appeared Madame Outle, half dressed, but on her head. The with her night-eayoung man called to his mother, and the moment the saw the hope of the family dangling in tho grasp of the monster, she fainted away again. There was an old man, a servant of the house, who claimed and exercised supreme authority in the household. He came forward with a pistol in each hand, and the youth cried out to him to shoot the cruiture through the head. In vain did M. Outle shout to him to desi-- t His words were lost in the mask, and he would undoubtedly have received a couple of bullets through his head, had not the buttons of the dress just then given way with a burst, and slipped M. Outle in a heap upon the ground, leaving the habit torn and dangling on the spike of the rails. Thank goodness!" exclaimed M. Outle, sitting up: the sp?ll is oft me!" 'My father!" cried the flower of tho r dart-head- s, tor TALILAGE'S SERMON. An Interesting Discourse On "The Battle For Broad." Th narens of Oo.l' of Divine ltesourcet The Crea Homo Question Not Home Hal But Home Maintenance. Provldence-T- h. p e -- ed ablest-bodie- d gray-haire- ball-roo- m e hc n - ca-c- r, - - fr - wcre-wolf- ." -- a' wcrc-wolv- cs 11 J 1 wolf-skin- -- n. s. "ii 1 -- pocket-handkerchi- ef r first-bor- n. - two-third- 20-ma- rk 10-ma- rk -- - the-fume- s and-alariue- n, to-th- n, -- terror-stricke- '..!' the'-idcad- -- H -- B 4t!lraUl , ySrX & sp ," '! v liJS"" "i"i Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. In a iermon at the Brooklyn Tabernacle took for his subject "The battle for bread." The text was: And the rarens brought him bread anil flesh In the morning, and bread ana flesh in the evenlng.-Kln- gs, xvil., a Dr. Talaiage said: The ornithology of the Bible Is a very interesting study. Tho stork, which know-et- h her appointed time; the common sparrows, teaching the lesson of Qod'i providence; the ostriches of the desert, by careless incubation, illustrating the recklessness of parents who do not take enouch pains with their children; the eagle, symbolizing riches which take wings and fly away; the pelican, emblemiring solitude: the bat, a flake of tho darkness; the the essifrage, the cuckoo, the lap. wing, the osprey, by the command of God in Leviticus, flung out of the world's bill of fare. I would like to have been with Audubon as he went through the woods with gun and pencil bringing down and sketching the fowls of heaven, his unfolded portfolio thrilling all Christendom. What wonderful creatures of God the birds arel some of them, this morning, like the songs of Heaven let loose.bursting through the gates of Heaven. Consider , their fentA-erwhich are clothing and conveyance at the same time; the nine vertohrraof the neck, the three eyelids to each eje, the third eyelid an extra curtain for graduating the light of tbo sun. Some of these birds scavengers nni some of them orchestra. Thank God for the quail's whistle and lark's carrol and the twitter of the wren called by the sneients the king of the birds, because when tho fowls of heaven went Into a contest as to who could fly the highest, and the eagle swung nearest the sun, a wren on the back of the eagle, after the eagle was exhausted, sprang up much higher, and to was called by the ancients tho king oj birds. Consider those of them that have polden crowns and crests, showing them to be feathered imperials. And listen to the humming-birdserenade in the ear of the Look nt the belted kingfisher, striking like a dart from iky to water. Listen to tho voice of the owl, e giving the to all croakers. And behold tho condor among the AndeJ, battling with tho reindeer. I do not know whether an aquarium or aviary is the best altar from which to worship God. There is an incident to my text that baffles all the ornithological wonders of the orld. The grain crop had teen cat off. Famine was in the land. In the cave by the Brook Cherith sat a minister of God, Elijah, waiting for something to eat. Why did he not go to the neighbors? There were no neighbors; it was a wilderness. Why did he not pick some of the berries? There were none. If there had been they would havo been dried up. Seated one morning at the mouth of his cave the prophet looks Into the dry nnd pittiless heavens, and sees a flock of birds approaching. Oh, if they were only partridges, or if ho only had an arrow with which to bring them down I But as they come nearer he finds they are not comestible, but unclean, and the eating of them would be spiritual death. Tho strength of their beak, the length of their say: wings, the blackness of their color, their "All that is very poetic, but you may loud, harsh "cruck! cruck!" prove them to have the black ravens; give me the gold be ravens. They whirr around about the eagles." prophet's head, and then they come on We had better bo contented with juHt fluttering wing and pause on the level of enough. If in the morning your family his lips, and one of the ravens brings eat up all the food there is in the hous, bread, and another raven brings itflkt, do not sit down and cry and say: and after they have discharged "I don't know where the next meal is to carj-- o they wheel past, nnd iconic from." until after a ihile the prophothasTT About five or six or seven o'clock in the anamese wacK servants oi me wilderness morning, just look up nnd you will see tabic are gone. For six months, and for a two black spots on the sky, and you will whole year, morning and evening, the hear the flapping of wings, and instead of breakfast and a supper bell sounded as Edgar A. Poe'.s insane raven alighting on these ravens raug out on the air their the chamber door, "only this and nothing "cruck! cruck!" Guess where they got more," you will find Elijah's two ravens, the food from. The old rabbins say they or tho two ravens of the Lord, the one got it from tho kitchen of King Ahab. bringing bread and the other bnuging Others say that the ravens got their food meat plumed butcher and baker. from pious Obadiah, who was in the habit God is infinite in resource. When the of feeding the persecuted. Some say that city of Rochelle was besieged nnd the Inthe ravens brought the food to theiryoung habitants were dying of the famine, the in tho trees, and that Elijah had only to tides washed up on the beach as never climb up and get it Some say the whole and as never since, enough shell-fisstory is improbable, for these were carniv- to feed the whole city. God is good. orous birds, and the food they carried There is no mlstako about that. History was the torn flesh of living beasts, tells us that in 15.V in England there was and that ceremonially unclean, or it was a great drouth. The crops failed, but in carrion, nnd it would not have been fit for Essex, on the rocks, in a place where they the prophet. Some say that they were no hod neither sown nor cultured, a great ravens, but that the word translated crop of peas grew un'il they filled a hun"ravens" in my text ought to have been dred measures: and there were blossomtranslated "Arabs," so it would have read: ing vines enough promising as much "The Arabs brought bread and flesh In the more. morning, and bre-i- and flesh in the evenBut why go so far? I can give you a ing. Anything, but admit the Bible to bo family incident Some generations back true. there was a great drought in Connecticut, Hew away at this miracle until all the New England. The water disappeared miracle is gone. Go on with the depleting from the hills, and the farmers living on process, but know, my brother, that you the hills drove their cattle down toward are robbine only one man and that Is the valleys and had them supplied at the yourself of one of the most comforting, wells and fountains of the neighbors. But beautiful, pathetic and triumphant lessons these after awhile began to fad, and the in all the ages. I can tell you who these neighbors said to Mr. Birdseye, of whom I purveyors were: they were ravens. I can shall speak: tell you who freighted them with pro"You must not send your flocks and visions: God. I can tell you who launched herds down here any more, our wells aro them: God. I can tell you who taught giving out." them which way to fly: God. I can tell Mr. Birdseye, the old Christian man you who told them at what cave to swoop: gathered his family at the altar, and with God. I can tell you who introduced raven his family he gathered the slaves of the to prophet and prophet to raven: God. household for bondage was then in There is one passage I will whisper In vogue in Connecticut and on their knees your ear, for I would not want to utter it before God thev cried for wnter: and tbo aloud lest some ono should drop down family story is that there was weeping and under its power: great sobbing at thut altar that the family If any man shall takeawavfiom thewords might not perish for lack of water, and of the prophecy of this book, God shall take that the herds and flocks might not perish. away his part oat of the book of life and The family rose from the altar. Mr. Birds-eyout of the Holy City. the old man, took his staff and walked While, then, this morning we wntch the out over the hills, and in a place where he ravens feeding Elijah, let the swift dove had been scores of times without noticing of God's spirit sweep down the sky with any thing pnrticulur, he saw the ground divine food, and on outspread wing pause was very dark, and he took his stall and at the lip of every soul hungering for com- turned up the ground, and water started; fort and he beckoned to his servants, and they On the banks of what rivers have been came and they brought pails and buckets tho great battles of the world? While you until all the family and all the flocks and are looking over the map of the world to the herds were cared for, and then they answer that, I will tell you that the great made troughs reaching from that place conflict is on the Thames, on the down to the bouse and barn, and the waHudson, on the Mississippi, on the Kenneter flowed and it is a living fountain bec, on the Savannah, on the Rhine, on the Nile, on the Ganges, on the Hoang-HIt Now, I call that old grandfather Elijah, is a battle that has been going on for six I call that brook that began to roll thousand years. The troops engaged in it and and is rolling still, the brook Cher-itthen, are one billion four hundred million, and and the lesson to me and all who hear those who have fallen are vaster in numit is, when you are in great stress of cirbers than those who march. It is a battle cumstances pray and dig, dig and pray, for bread. Sentimentalists sit In a cushand pray and dig. How does that passage ioned chair, In their pictured study, with go: their slippered feet on a damask ottoman The mountains shall depart and the hills and say that this world Is a great scene of avarice and greed. It does not seem so to he removed, but my lovlnj kindness shall not fall. me. It it were not for the absolute necessities of the cases, of the If your merchandise, If your mechanstores, factories, shops, banking bouses of ism, if your husbandry fall, look out for the land would be closed Who ravens' If you have in your despondency Is that man delving in the Colorado hills? put God on trial and condemned Him as or toiling in a New England factory? or guilty of cruelty, I move this morning for going through a roll of bills in the bank? a new trial. If the biography of your life or measuring a fabric at the counter? Avpr written I will tell you what the He is a champion sent forth in f first chapter and the middle chapter and behalf of some home circle that has the last chapter will be about, II it Is to be cared for, in behalf of some written accurately. The first chapter church of God that has to be supported about mercy, the middle chapter about in behalf of some asylum of mercy that mercy, the last chapter about mercy. The has to be sustained. Who is that woman mercy that hovered over your cradle. bending over the or car- The mercy that will hover over your rying the bundle, or sweeping the room, grave. The mercy that will cover all beor mending the garment, or sweltering at tween. the washtub? That is Deborah, one of the Again, this story of the text impresses Lord's heroines, battling against Amale-kitis- h me thBt relief came to this prophet with want, which comes down with Iron the most unexpected and with'seemlngly chariot to crush her and hers. impossible conveyance. If it had been a or a musical meadow lark The great question with the vast majority of people y is not "home rule ' or a meek turtle dove or a sublime albut whether there shall be any home to batross that had brought the food to rule; not one of tariff, but whether they Elijah, it would not have been so surprisshall have any thing to tax. The great ing. But no. It was a bird so fierce and question with the vast majority of people inausplcate that we have fashioned one of is: "How shall I suppoi t my family? How oar most forceful and repulsive words out shall I rattt iu nwtts? Haw ahaU I py l jtravuettf That bird faM apaiiiOB night-hawk, g, rt s' hone3-sucki- e. key-not- my rent? How shall I give food, clothing and education to those who are dependent upon me?" Oh, if God would help me today to assist you in the solution of that problem the happiest man in this house would be your preacher? I have gone out on a cold morning with expert huntsmen to hunt for pigeons; I have gone out on the meadows to hunt for quail; I have gone out on tho marsh to hunt for reed birds; but this morning I am out for ravens. Notice in the first place in the 6tory of my text, that these winged caterers came to Elijah directly from God. "I have commanded the ravens that they feed thee," we find God saying in an adjoining passage. They did not come out of some other cave. They did not just happen to alight there. God freighted them, God launched thorn, and God told them by what cave to swoop. This is the same God that is going to supply you. He is your father. You would have to make an elaborate calculation before you could tell me bow many pounds ot food and how many yards of clothing would be necessary for you and your family; but God knows without calculation. You have a plate at his table and you are going to be waited on, unless you act like a naughty child and kick and scramble and pound saucily the plate and try to upset things. God has a vast family, and everything is methodized, and you are going to be served If you will only wait your turn. God has already ordered all the suits of clothes you will ever need, down to the last suit in which you shall be laid out. God has already ordered all the food you will ever eat, down to the last crumb that will be put in your mouth in the dying sacrament It may not be just the kind of food or apparel we would prefer. The sensible parent depends oa his own judgment as to what ought to be the apparel and the food of the minor in the family. The child would say: "Give me sugars and confections." "Oh, no," says the parent, "you must have something plainer first." The child would suy: "Oh, givo me these great blotches of color In the garment." "No," says tho parent, "that wouldn't be suitable." Now, God Is our father and we are minors, and he is going to clothe us and feed us, although ho may not always yield to our Infantile wish for sweets and glitter. Theso ravens of the text did not bring pomegranates from the glittering platter of King Ahab. They brought bread and meat God had nil the Heavens and the earth before him and under him, and yot he sends this plain food, because it was best for Elijah to have it. Oh, be strong, my hearer, in the fact that the same God is going to supply you! It is never "hard times" with him. His ships never break on the rocks. His banks never fail. He has the supply for you and Ho has the means for sending it. He has not only cargo but the ship. If it were necessary He would swing out from the Heavens a flock of ravens reaching from his gate to yours, until the food would be flung down from the sky from beak to beak and from talon to talon. Notice again in this story of the text, that the ravens did not allow Elijah to board up a surplus. They did not bring enough on Monday to last all the week. They did not bring enough one morning to last until tho next morning. They came twice a day and brought just enough for one time. You know as well as I that the great fret of the world is that we want a surplus we want the ravens to bring enough to last for flfty You have more confidence in the Fulton Bank or the Nassau Bank or Bank of England than you have in the bank of hea ven. You JUM bo-for- e, h e, to-da- y to-da- v. o. h; for picking out the eyes of men and ot animals. It loves to maul the sick and the dying. It swallows with vulturous guzzle everything it can put its beak on; and yet all the food Elijah gets for six months or a year is from ravens. So your supply is going to come from an unexaected source. You think some generous man will come along and give you his name on the back ol your note, or he will go security for you in some great enterprise. No, he will not God will open the heart of some Shylock toward you. Your relief will come from the most unexpected quarter. The providence which seemed ominous will be to you mora than that which seemed auspicious. It will not be a chafllnch with breast and wing dashed with white and brown and chestnut. It will be a black raveu. Here is where we all make our mistake, and that is in regard to the color of God's providence. A white providence comes to us and we say: 'Oh, It is mercy!" Then a black providence comes toward us, and we say : "Oh, that is disaster!" The white providence comes to you, and you have great business success, and you have and you get proud, and you get independent of God, and you begin to feel that the prayer, "Give me this day my daily bread," is inappropriate for you, for you have made provisions for a hundred years. Then a black providence comes, and it sweeps every thing away, and then you begin to pray, and you begin to feel your dependence, and begin to humble before God, and you cry out for treasures in Heaven. The black providence brought you salvation. The white providence brought you ruin. That which seemed to be harsh and fierce and dissonant was your greatest mercy. It was a raven. There was a child born in your house All your friends congratulated you. The other children of the family stood amazed looking at the newcomer, and asked a great many questions, geneological and chronological. You said and you said truthfully that a white angel flow through the room and left the little one there. That little one stood with its two feet In the very center of your sanctuary of affection, and with its two hands it took hold of the altar of your soul. But one day there came one of the three scourges of children scarlet fever, or croup, or diphtheria--ao- d all that bright scene vanished. The chattering, the strange questions, the pulling at tho dresses as you crosssd the floor all ceased. As the great friend of children stooped down and leaned toward that cradle, and took the little one in bts arms, and walked away with it into the bower of eternal summer, your eye bean to follow him, and you followed the treasure he carried, and you have been following them ever since; and instead of thinking of Heaven only once a week, as formerly, you are thinking of it nil tho time, nnd you are more PHre nnd tenderhearted than you used to be, and you are patiently waiting for the daybreak. It is iu you to acknowlnot edge that you are a better man than you used to be you are a better wornun than you used to be. What was it that brought you the sanctifying blessing? Oh, it was the dark shadow on tho nursery; it was the brooding ot a great black trouble; it was a raven it wns o raven t Dear Lord, teach this people that white providences do not always mean advancement, and that black providences do not always mean retrogression. Children of God, get up out of your despondency. The Lord never hod so many ravens ns he has this morning. Fling your fret and worry to the winrts. Sometimes under the vexations of life you feel like my little girl of four years, who said under some childish vexation: "Ob, I wish I could go to Heaven and see God and pick flowers !" He will let you go when the right time comes to pick flowers. Until then, whatever you want, pray for. I suppose Elijah prayed pretty much all the time. Tremendous work behind him. Tremendous work before him. God has no spare ravens for idlers or far people w ho are prayerless. I put it in the boldest shape possible and I am willing to risk my eternity on it; ask God in the right way for whot you want, and you shall have it if it is best for you. Mrs. Jano Pithey, of Chicago, a Christian woman, was left by her husband a widow with one and a cottage. Sho was palsied, and had a mother ninety years of age to support. The widowed soul every day asked God'for all that was needed in the household, and the servant even was astonished at the precision with which God answered the prayers cf that woman, item by item, item by item. One day, rising from the family altar, the servant said: "You have not asked for coal, and the coal is out" Then they stood and prayed for coal. One hour after that the servant threw open the doorand said: "The coal has come." A generous man whose name I could givo you had sent as never before nnd never since a supply of coal. You can not understand it I do. Ravens I Ravens! My friend, vou have a right to arguo from precedent that God Is going to take care of vou. Has He not done it two or three times every day? That is most marvelous. I look back and I wonder that God has given me food three times a day regularly all my lifetime, never missing but once, and then I was lost in the mountains; but that very morning and that very night I met the ravens. O, the Lord is so good that I wish all this people would trust Him with the two lives the life you are now living and that which every tick of the watch and every stroke of the clock inform you is approaching. Bread fervour immortal soul come3 See! They alight on the platform. Thev alight on the backs of all the They swing among the aches. Raj pews. vens ! Ravens. Blessed are they that hunger after ror they shall be tilled. To all the sinning and the sorrowing and the tempted deliverance comes this hour. Look down and you see nothing but your spiritual deformities. Look back and you see nothing but wasted opportunity. Bu look up and you behold the whipped shoulders ot an interceding Christ and the face of a pardoning God and the Irradiation of an opening heaven. I hear the whirr of their wings. Do yoa not feel the rush of the air on your cheek? Ravens! 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WpsL tsns the finest tnnrd anil mntt durable SSPMIH and Western.. ..?3 N)y GRAIN -- Wheat No. 2 Chicago No. 2 red - 32 HVi Corn No. 2 mixed. 34 Outs mixed FLOUR-St- ate 25 3 60 81Ji "V t ii9 J PORK-M- ess 10 00 LARD Western steam 47J4 43 10 25 0 XJtf 4 Askr in the world. "Warranted to stand In any cllm-t- c. your nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalogues; mailed free by the manufacturers, CHICAGO. .S3 75 FtiOUR Wisconsin winter. G RAIN Wheat No. 3 Sprin- gNo. 2 Chicago fcpnnff Corn No. 2.. Oats No. 2..... Mcss"!T. ARD Sloatn.-- . 8 85 LYON4.HEALY,162STATeST.CHiCAOO. Iu. 25 64 72.H' 8300 31!i M 8 90 0 15 to any person that can furnish 'an Antomatie Stringing Straw Macaer that can do better work: than the vdrT REWARD WILL BE GIVEN BALTIMORE. FLOUR-Fam- ily -- $4 50 to-da- y. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 Corn Mixed... Oats Mixed PROVISIONS Pork Mess.. .. Lard Kc0nctl CATTLE First quality. 500 81 11 3.-- ..,... ...... ., i ; SI 00 435J 43i 1 that wo are building. Send for will circular and price list which war bo mailed free. All are w ork or no sale. ranted to do good NEWARK MACHINE CO., Columbus, 0.'' PIso'a Remedr for Catarrh Is the Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. IMPERIAL STACKER 10 10 50 right-eousne- INDIANAPOLIS. $ Wheat No. 2 red . Corn mixed ... Oats mixed ........ LOUISVILLE. Flour A No. 1 f4 GRAIN-Wh- cat No.,2 rod Corn mixed hogs 5 C2j 5 Kitf 7 ..... , 6 17 27" i 4 50 M'i Headache, Hay Fever. Alo good fjr Cold In cents. tc JO neadt the .... 00 33Vi1i 75 35 Oai-roi- xed POItK LARD mess.. 8 team ... 9 75 7 00 20J 7 75 tl Won't Bake Bread lla 1 ot m other words, we do not claim that llood'j will do Impossibilities. Wo tell you plainly what It has done, and submit proofs from sources of unquestioned reliability, and ask you frankly If you arc suffering from any disease or affection FREXCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. caused br promoted by Impure blood or low state of I New method of decorating Silks, Sitins. Vases. the system, to try Hood's Sarsaparflla. Our experii lamies. Lampsnaaes. ence warrants us In assuring you that you will not hand painting. Easilyetc. tsnuMocociccKuiiuui applied. Send for prlce-lu-t and full directions-- . nOVXJSS XtRUS.. be dlsappol :ed In the result. -Mala Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. I haro taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for dyspepsia, whlchl bare had for tho last nine or ten years, suffering terribly, it has now entirely cored me." . Mns. A- - XoKxosr, Chlcopee. Mass. "After suffering many years with kidney complaint, I was recommended by my pastor. Tier. 3. P. Btone, to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has done me more food than anything else." Edwin C CUBBTJS. Dalton. N. II. "My wife thinks thcro Is nothing like Hood's and we are nercr without It In tbo honse." Syracuse, X. V. F. Table Sirup. Sweet Pickles, Vinegar. Catsnp. Canning and Krant-Makin- g for farmers' wiTes-mal- led fiwi with ..MvHlm.tdn.rnf Kail Ttmin&rd rail sorts). Ho Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes Ceieorated I1C and It If. IDLE Combined, can not De siippeuuy any norse. bant' m ;sb-,iipie tiaitcrioany nartoi tne u... free, on receipt of SI. Sold by all baaaiery, iinraware ana Harness Dealers. Special discount to thel for Vrlce-UstTrade. :.. j.c- - .UGUTSotrax,icocnejter,M.x. eachforNewandPer-- I DOLLARS SEWtNO MACHINES, Warranted I M If desired. Jie years, bcntontnal. Buy direct and sare u I sTsm to $3i. Organs airen as premiums. rA.Vffrp ffrmilitr with l.CflOtestljHyyA t moniils front erry State.St CnpKOE V. Monro. Chlca goPAYXE &CO., "wi.irsti" halt yi -- A&AUk J Oir-Se- nd ,' fl i iri. TOUCHING. IF TRUE. i rolsom's Hoiiestjras DU. The Late pl.iri-i-t In Gay Tarls. l'all Mall Gazette. A pretty story, if one could believe it, is told by a Paris correspondent of a Vienna paper. A short time ago a matinee musical was given by the Duchess Lamotte, Ml-ct JAMS, JELLY. l'rere. llaSUT. I 15 paper or winxerie-ix- si Mosmn. bed Crowrr.VGdison. Ark. EII'S, nine-tent- Hood's Sarsaparllla BoMHJJiJ dn3RKUts' MsalxforlS. Prepared by L WD 4 CO, Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. Satis and wunphlet furnished free on Washington Su. Chicago. TrV.T. HAA TrBp, I D IV 1 1 ft Pa'. For Sa' Rooks A Graham Ifl aft K?5t ,o1Uon watered., '''."I?!? I LnlVHW application to V5" I OOOOO ACRES Of CHOICE XAltfSAS gjj& sewing-machin- e, robin-redbrea- st to-da- and among the guests was the charming bride-eleof President Cleveland, then in Paris completing her trousseau. Tho young lady was the object of many marks of distinction, the high aristocracy surrounded her, and there was much talk ot her position. One day, the daughter-in-laof the Duchess de Persigny, condoled with Miss Folsom because she would have no title as the wife of a Republican President. "All would be well, only you will have no title," she said: "you will only be called Mrs. Cleve land." "But that name is only for strangers," was the answer of the fair American; "the President Las for intimacy conferred upon me a very particular title." Everybody looked up curiously, and, blushing deeply. Miss Folsom added: "He calls me his darling. Can a wife desire a better title?" The hostess embraced her amiable guest, remarking: "You are right, and you appear to me AS If you would kep the title to tbt tad ot w a IOO Doses One Dollar ASK FOR THE an Best material, perfect nt weetT "rarranted. Take W. jot BuRrand--- V5':tawsbcV.WarV.nteuVi Lace. fr DOUGLAS 0 at nrisihu enn.i. Congress. up in one and two pound cans by McMenamln X Va. Kept by leading grocers everywhere. nlCDCKavrtAWSttMleera'payfroni ft I Btlll'I'H ed; liaieess orno fee. Write FAMOUS DEVILED GRABS!;. - A Dish with the Flavor of the Ocean BreeifV Tat VbwIMiWC Increase: Pension, and. experience v."" Y.AlCtJS..s'-'- . frw circulars and laws., -- Vf - itimn.il aiThS me j w cannot 7R "hoe" from deal- jrtt crr,sw W. " "u postal U L Sri nrd aa- - llsam. DonirlM '. rXV 1' " J -- a. Boy a.k aJOaSMjkS ,brn tye as OPIUM noBstlBTeWcaof.TEHen!( COMraar. Laf ette.lad.. ay and ratlnleaw. Habit, (lolcklr CorrepoQdna Iw cured I home. trial of cur1 eat solicited and fret tm", .4?A JJ , . 4 ,v m M 'M rBsk IAFORTUMErSSLHi1 $250' GOOD iileuafl A MOirTH. AfXfrt wassteSU.-py'Pewling artlcleslnthc world. 1 taapW Auare-is ja " ; OPIUM TELEGRAPH -- Y 5r Bamoles yeurilu." sawwr rC 'f&l1? -i.?T. wm -- sw- -- aMM wortht. nune'sfcei. Write JVaVJV". WHK WK1TTCU T9 ABVBKTMKM FuuJM&: i,iif I i A1- - &;u&2Kt ir ?u.rii, : Mitel aa? jroK mw Utm . : "- ".A f lev- - I ::m ?- - wmKmmmsmmm,: &mmm.mc&i?s r! ' . ?3&5&r&m. m & J. r I i J ANNOUNCEMENTS. CONGRESS. We ar authorized to announce Hoii V. J. STONE as a candidate for re to Congress. Subject to the action of (he Democratic parly. elec-tio- u 4 M Lrn tin rffc The Courier has humbly but' faithfullv fought for the interests Ol'R NEW RAILROADS, nf the town ot Hickman, andFul- ton county, Tor 20 years, and it is ''with great pride that it chronicles l CfPANY ORGANIZED AND SURthe fact that during the past sev VEY BEING MADE. eral vears of financial crasii throughout the country, when merchants nave tatieu in me targe, cities and small towns, that not a Middleton. Bo'ivar, Browns-- f commercial failure has occurred villa and Hickman. A few Hickman in Hickman. merchants have not been liberal toward the Courier, have left it From St ll) Island Oil llm Rnlf to fight for the general good withto St. Loui3 via, Hickman. out any help from.them, but they have prospered along with the more liberal and enterprising. LOCAL NEWS. Begin your Heaven bh Etrth. Bite Ltd Mineral Water.,' SulptSi!l!! AnimfiiioH.' What scorns a clearly authenticated ease of suspended animation and a return to life from apparent death comes from Hickman county, near Clinton: As the story goes", an old and highly es- t8 nss if Moore & Landbum's tad roil jr;.,. n? h f teemed gentleman, named G. C. FACTS WORTH KNOWING, AND FCIt CIRCUIT jUDGE. Daniels, was taken sick and to all We arc. authorized to announce C. L. Big bargains in all kinds of appeaiauces died last Wednesday HANDLE, of Fulton county, an a candiWoolen Dress Gdoits, at Plaut's. morning. After waiting the propdate for Circuit Jiidge. Election in Au- er lenjith of time, Mr. Daniels was Pay as you go and don't go placed in a casket, while awaiting till yon pay. the arrival of some relatives U0W TO GET RICH. FOIt COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Choice CORNED BEEF, at Thursday night about midnight, a We are authorized lo announce CIIAS. 6. cents per pound, for salSby J. II. TirWAS. of McCraeken county, a a 'ierman neighbor named Wabbe'-king- . W. Rogers aprlC candidate for re election lo the office of who with others wa sitting Ooinmonwcalth's Attorney for Ihtf Judicial Brownsville, June 22. FSne- - up with the corpse, heard a noise A dollar Take a cheerful view of everysaved is a dollar made, District. Election in August, lbSd. All cial. Excllemeiii InTcxni. A meeting of tho clnrter coming as if from the collin. thing aud look for beauty in everyOLD We are authorized to announce JOHN the saving of these (if you get thing. Great excitement has been caused in the members of the Middleton, IJoli- - the other members of the party and K. HENDKICKS, of Livingston county, b ut enough of 'em,) wjh certainfv make by the ax a candidate for the office of Common-wealtWe Have a lot nf old stock vicinity of Paris J.Tex.,Corley, remarkable 'var, llrownsvillc & Hickman Kail- -'- left the room precipitately, t ...ii ii" who wia m road Company was held this after- Mr. Walibeking lifted the collin yuu if.ii E. .i .i recovery of Mr jsii i t. so.' Jilit tlie u Attirnev, in this, the First JudiShoeo, for Ladies aud Misses, helpless he could nat turn in bed, or hum.' noon tortlie purpose of organi- - hd, and seizing .Mr. Daniels, littetl question is, "How to save enough cial District of Kentucky. Election In which we have placed on our liia head; everybody said he was dyinir. of August next. . Urnokwatcr was "n up m me eoitm. of them ?" Simple cuoifdi al-ifewSpfs counters at less than half their Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King' ration, a. ...... Here s the way: We are to announce SAMUEL him. Finding nn.nuiimimuuv.uiw cost. Now is the time to get yon New Discovery was sentbDttle and a box re rici.ivu iiivoiuciH in iwu i:uimi;ui , able ' to speak, and Mr. abbektng Trade at the CItOSSLAXn, as a candidate for the othce lief, he bought large of a pair of good Shoes, cheap. Call Dr. King,s Newa Life Pills; by the time he Jesse Norineut vice president, 'called the others. Their horror of Commonwealth's Attorney in thR the ARE STILL George T. rngraham becretarv. THE RING. at J. Amberg's Sons. bad taken two boxed of Pills and two bot and T. li. King treasurer. Tho 'ill surprise can be surmised. POPULAR NEW STORE Firht Judicial District of Kentucky. may23-4- t $ ties of the Discovery, he was well and had With the best selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman. Their .Mr. Daniels said lie was perfect FOU COUNTt JtjbGE. pained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial other directors present were P. (We all preach low prices.) But ii rices are below any competition. ly conscious during the entire peEd Hall was caught in the Uottlcsof this Great Discovery for Con- (B. Winston, J. R. Head, J. 13. W. We arc authorized lo announce B. F. or riod but was unable to inovo or just drop in and see for yourself, aud you will be convinced that ve are shafting iu a saw mill nt .Rives sumption free at C. A. Holcombe's. Moore, and Samuel lvohn. Tho EASLKY a a candidate for the office of capital stock is fixed at $1,000,000, to extricate himself, lie is 7S station, Obion county, Tcun., aud County Judge. Election, Monday, Au giving you tacts: "Capt. J. C. Dnpoyster is gust 1, 18SG. instantly killed. to be divided into shares of .25 years old, and is of course quite Those who have done themselves the' injustice of biiyin'g before' cHlU urged by friends present and each. feeble, but otherwise is in as good SllITil, ELLISON I'y authority c announce T. B. ing at our store would do well to bear these facts in mind. Faus and Parasols, a great by letters from many parts of the as a candidate lor County Judge of Col. Upshaw, tho civil engineer, health as before his terrible exNo trouble, but a pleasure, for us to show and price you our goods: variety, and at lowest prices, at Fulion county. Election, Monday, Au District to make the race as an has been in the field some time perience. I3ig bargains iu all departments. Come and see. & Co's. Smith, Ellison gust 1, 1SS0. independent candidate for Con with a full force making surveys. A Clirlxtuuliii;. tii(iou ul Congressman Holmau, of In. gress. It will be remembered by There is good ground for tho hope We nre authorized to announce J. diana,and Gov. Hill, of Hew York, many that the Captain started in that the work will go on at once, Sptclal to the I.ouUtUIo Time. I who liavcthe nicest, freshest, clean-e- at NAYLOK.n a candidate for the .office of County Judge of Fulton county. Election Washington, Juno 21. Conhave both spoken out in behalf of the last race, but the time was so and be rapidly pushed to complestock lof Dry (loods, Notions, in August nest. gressman Stone has had a post Boots anil Shoe- -, Clothing, Hats Mr. Cleveland's short before the election or sym- tion. We are authorized to announce D. W. oflioe in Crittenden county nninod pathy for Captain Stone caused The See our Men's iiiits at 6G.00, llllll tn ilrnir nt? 1 !.. f.,vnr dispatches further stato Frances, in honor of the Presi- and Cap.'ftjrocerie.s, Queensware, DICKINSON as a candidate tor Julgeof $8.00 and $12.50, and compare a.iti k. Hltiu UU 411 IllO ft.t.vr.. that a committee was appointed dent's wife, lie had one named &c, complete in every detail, and the Fulton County Court. Election in with suits elsewhere at 6S.50, Wickliffe ."Journal. money on every Auguht next. to negotiate with Mr. Huntington Cleveland in Callowav county where vou can $12.50 and $18.50. Would you tor me purcnaso oi mo oiu ucu oi somo lime si,ice A post-otlic- e You make. Whnt Cnn Be Itone. iu purchase FOIl COUNTY ATTOItNEY. Smith, Ellison & Co. I asraln and keeninc tin couraee the Holly Springs, Brownsville & the district has been called Stone know Bv trvinc We are authorized to announce Ju'l;e twenty in honor of tho Congiessman. may The stockholders of the Iron many thing- seemingly impossible cases be Uhioroad, which is graded R. S. M UUKEL.L as a candidate for the oi attamel. Hundreds 0f hopeless County Mountain railroad system meet in Kidney aim Liver Complaint nave neen miles this side of Brownsville, or The President will probaly do some Th.Q "Wliy? office of election. Attorney, at the ensuing to Friendship in Dyer county. August St. Louis, July 23, and will then cured by Electric Hitters, after everything Also a committee was appointed naminer before he crets throush 4 wjtll this administration. deaIer determine as to extension of said ele had been tried in vain. So, don't think to open V hooks for subscription ot That's plain enough, too. Our CIBCUIT COUUT CLERK. there is no cure tor you, but try E'cctric road to points South. Bitters. There is no medicine si sale, bo stock all along the proposed route; Rei'kesentative Cuijtin, the stock is perfectly new. We have T, M. am nuhorizeil to JIM ii A big bonanza in Summer pure, and to perfect a Mood Purifier. and under instruction of tho great War Governor of Pennsyl no old goods on hand, to ask a FBENC'll. a.- a candidate announce for re election to am! Coats, a Plaut's. Being full up on hlectnc Hitters will cure Dyspepsia, Board, Mr. J. R Head proceeds vania, appealed to the House to profit on prices paid for them years the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fulton be les and a Disrates of the Kidneys- - In these goods for Men and Boys, at , once to secure a deeds to the proceed to business and tiiut lijrlit- - ago. Every article is fresh and county. Election in August, I860. itflections i i m jxt9 i l DiHiac c; we are offering for 35 cents a Coat va1 liable inovercome nil of Stomach and. ii t..u new, bought tins spring. Difficul-inu . uv:i .iK.mi. i Urinary . . . . j'i " ''. .uuu:iasl..u uuh.-- . i r .1 r l COUNTY COUltT CLERK. iot a, , worm ,oceni8;ioruucetnsavjoai;t; Liver, and Jlolt, no aiiiiu'iuiu nine leuows, wno lion i kiiuw wuai 0 cl; at c. a xiieui'tKiKic CS- 5- PRESCRIPTIONS CARh FJj. r; J COMPOUNDED! --& We are authorized to aanounee W. I' ;i viiak wuriu j Hoiconibes mr information as to this new railroad real war is like, will never accept better time could have been selecturni jji.-so- ; to $3. Call and see tor yourselves eutermisc outside of what an- - such irood advice while demairotrv ed to buy. Goods were lower than TAYLOR, an a candidate for We desire to publish the news pearsin the newspapers, but view-- ' lusts and a soldier lives to vote. ever before, and buying a complete the office of County Court Clerk of Fulton you 50 per We guarantee to save 18S6. from nil parts of the county, and el in the light ot the now accept-- ; cent, on these goods. new fifoekwe secured Special Prices. county. Election in August, Louiier-.JonrnaLandx-ytKi- , a corres ed fact of the early extension of ; z We are satisfied with small profits, Col. S. I. M. MajorTjfor many would be pleased to have FOR.SIIER1FF. pondent at or "V each pnstoflice, the iron Mountain road to Hick-- ' KgBEirr ikvuls. uoLciLAd and with low rent-- , and light exchas. years a prominent legislator and! , We are authorized to announce W. A. er ,s not a oi0i t" ;i , . inan,anv one can see that tiio new penses, with a trade to build up, SHUCK, as a candidal for man, .lied at his home, 0ur r Q 1 to rail-grandest is one of of Sheriff iiilukrort.Uoudaviuori h section but to the whole county road entprnrisRR the the continent. ' ki JJUULxIjAo IIvUo., and determined to stand second to the officeiu August next.of Fulton counly. on .... mad n none it is reasonable Election DEALERS IN land we want to" publish all the bt.ill!r ns ',, ;s tho sbortest and! VPAV UrOCerY (iM DVlMYV, to iu our husine, can make low t . ! .tn .. . .1 suppose tint we VYia .1 a ;t nlinnnnct ti1irn i i lin t Krka a tti a liofl if. .:..! JAILER. FOR DKUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. price, aud an inspection of our AVe the Montgomery Stand.) Domestics, Sheetings. Tickings, i possible to prevent it. Send us j 0f st. Louis and the jrreat ''rain Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and HCTURES; are nuihorized to announce JAMES Cheviots, Table Linen, Napkins, school, church and crop reports, producing West to the Gulf and Will keen a general assortment of Fain- - goodwill convince you that we are P. TAYLOR an a candidate for Jailer of Medical use; SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OI1.S, "WINES and LIQUOKS.-fo- r Towels. &,, &c, is at but no .scauthils. Groceries Confociiouenes. &c, and doing so. ('ail and sec us. It is Fulton county, at the ensuing August the 2 rain COllsnmill'r South. It ' ilv AGENTS' FOE THE election. ill nmvn Smith, Ellison & Co's. if Imilt nun nf t u keon emiiloved a tirt clas baker. Uoods no trouble to show goods. all fresh and new, and ill nolbeundrr. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED! We are authorized to announce THOS. 'most valuable mUroadlilUSill the sold. The superior court as at prejunei . t ft . V. WALLACE, as a candidate for AduilnlitrtoiM Xotlce. lo il. fsent organized adjourned Saturday We arc now offering balance of' V.' to the office of Jailer of Fulton coun All pirties hoMinc claims anainst the ,,, IHIIIIICO III 155 UtTllIll UUIIl. IIIV sine die. The same dav the court our immense stock bf Spring lrcss r : . .1 ty. Election in August next. estate of R. E. Finch, aeceaseJ, are of appeals adjourned till the first Hfinils if tinlf tlioif .infllll V!lllll. ill ui:nu',.!; is nu uiuru uciiiicu iu requested to present the same We arc authorized to announce GEORGE speak advisedly than any other Monday in September. projterly jiroven by August 15th, for L CARPENTER, a a caudidale for the to curry over any. As citizen, but the earnest work of order not if not, their claim will be barred. office of Jailer of Fulton county. ElecW. C. JOHNSON, Adm'r. Want a Xo. 1 Spring we arc leaders on Dress Goods, v.ou the company now organized, the tion in August next. may23 Wagon, at the lowest price, call can form some idea of the immense great necessity for such a road, J. W. Rogers. bargains we are oiierinir. on aud tho wealth of the country FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. & Maxwell, i along the line, all induce us to Alexander We are authorized to announce JOHN The citizens of Fulton have view the prospects very hopetully. for the office made arrangements for the comOffers his professional services to the peo-- I J. TID WELL, as a candidate The general announcement is of Assehsor. Election in August next. Messrs. M'ariou and James pie of Hickman and vicinity. pletion of their new college. Every at the rceidence of Dr. C. II. Wc nre authorized to announce J. S. citizen of Fulton county should Wilkerson have bniifrht of Dr. X. made, by what authority, we know ii. 1. 1. r h v'. uuijj HONDURANT, as a candidatofor the ofproua or tuisaunouucemcui. "L XnrMiiiirrtmi hi fnrm nn LVil not, tliat tllC lllOpOSCtl road is . n.. wei niu fice of County Asuesnor. Election in Auriver, near Port Roral, rccentlvtbaeked by large Eastern capital,! We have the best white Shirts occupied by J. F. Bell, tho price and that Mr. Gould is the head gust next. dcUIfii'N Armrn .Sale. Has a snlendid stock of the verv best mnkps of all k'inds of Hardware made for the prices asked. Equal paid beinj: 0,100. This is one of and front of tho whole movement. We are authorized to announce W. B. The Real Salve in the world for Cuts, GOKE, as a candidate for the office of Aswhich are offered at ONE PRI E, and that the very lowest the markel to made to order Shirts for one-thir- the best farms in the county, and If this is true, tho road will bo I'rtiifes. Sores, I'lcew. Salt Klietim. sessor of Fulton county. Election in Au- - justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented; less mouey. Call and ex- contains built. acres. Messrs. Wifeorw, Teller, Chapped Hinds, Chilblains gUht next.' amine them, at One word to the citizens of ia lorns, and all akin Eruptions, and posi lkerson will build a residence Wc are authorized to announce J. O. A. FOR PITCHERS tively cures 1'ile.s, or no pay required Smith, Ellison & Co's. tdaco of the handsome house Hickman, and to Kentucky prop-- ; It COOPER, as a candidate for re election to Q is guaranteed to dive perfect satisfaction, owners along the proposed County Assessor. Election in . burned several weeks niro. v.henTrty .Tnhn W. P.n wrill A. rt i or money refunded. Price -- a cents per box. the office of away mis m August next. ' U"?, wS have an admirable !ion:e..nine, let us not mro.v Eor sale by C A Holcombc ? w Paris, and other Hickman Knights grand opportunity to sccuro for m 6 Clarksville lobacco Leaf. We are authorized to announce Q. M. T. of Honor, propose attending the ourselves and children so great SALMON, as a candidate for the office of ""T3 ,- National - celebration of - the ' Election in August .... . County Assessor. from jsew lorK., and permanent a prosperity. Ira- Just b r p ", 11UUUJ ,,t r kiraiiK .. !.,,... i:..received,,. l.,tc .in.l Itnil.'flifii.ii C!.v tli-i- t vpsirs :irn ivl"ful next. '$ oumeouiu. We arc authorized to announce D. E. .iiets;also, a beautiful lot of French! Hickman lost the Mobile & Ohio MfllA MRU RPQTflRtn'l PATE,m a candidate for County Asseaaor. IflRT The celebrated Cosgrove Flow era. hi fact you will lhnl'road by tho action or "LUI unuwji( Election in August next " L Ijiui incut is the most Jul tnMIli,'I ntw"w" of Shoe for Lathes and Misses, are every shape ami color known in' of our own citizens, that they rnt:uir ptlitlon Ilr. nltertho moIIN Celcbrnteil INhhj- - , tbe rajmleure- ,,ITTU wonderful Paiii-Cnrfound only at Plaut's, as they are the millinery market iu my stock. reasoned that the Mobile & Ohio ir rnnOL. SUPERINTENDENT. world lias ever known. was bound to come to Hickman, exclusive agents. The best wear- - Call and examine for vourself. untarj Seminal tew. IxroTrxri, Mental aud We are authorized to announce iUAis. i njilcil to &e- .- nnil an wc. lost. it. All know .. w w ing Shoe, the neatest fitting Shoe, ...... yius. Jones. SS2SSE3ISS1 etc., lo, Ckmcmition,Inipcdlmriit ami Marriajrr,- B. KINGMAN, as a candidate for the ofKritErnT Kns, lnaarea dj iel.oiliils'ne or kiuI extrrRanc.4c. fice of Public School Superintendent of jtho result. The Ship Island road( the most comfortable Shoe ever HICKM-A.3ST- , Tb rtlrtnl antlior, lu tliU aitmir.ibU-oaj-- , county. Election in August next. Two vears ago, at Philadel is not bound to come to Hickman, j old in Hickman, is the testimony elrarly demonstrates from a thirty years' ruccrti- - Fulton d fal practice, that the alarming coBfcquencr. of self Prof. M- - & O. was, phia, a bouquet containing a We are authorized to announce anv more than the of all who have tried them. xoxabose may b radically cunM ; poibtin); oat a mode Good Clover pasturage $2.00 of care at once riraplr, certain, nnd effectual, by TAMES H.SAUNDERS, as a candidate dollar diamond ring was and neither is the Iron Mountain, They say the musqnitos were office of County eerjr aiifTerer no matter what Ins for mean of which lo the l.n0 pro Lotta. The everything PI arm, full specifications never before so plentiful in the thrown on the stageit,toMrs. Isabel- but according to tho presentllick - per head for horses andStrong.for condition may lie. way cure himself cheaply, prl- - School Superintendent. Electiou in Au- cost accurately calculated. Lock and Kej as" to solicited. needed furninhed, and .entire S. jobs woman who threw Tatelt and radical!. gramme these roads place jcows. gust next. swamps as they are this season. la Jennings, was shortly afterward lecture should l in the hand, of every man on yoniii and erery man in me ianu. In fact they say there are a mill- sent to the lunatic asylum. Her to come,tho route, and are willing! nt under m;I, in a plain envelope, to any &c. L0WER and LOWER. on receipt D- - G. PARK, ion now to nno any other season eastato has now brought suit Tlio neonlc of Hickman are en- - All kinds of Grocei ies hara, "ides, &c t'lac" stamp. Addrr., of four ceuts or two for tho last 100 years or sinco they against Lotta to recover the ring. THKCITI.VKKWKr.T. will not be 41 Ann M., "e ork, X y. JIKDICU, CO., uiusiasuc over me expeciauon ui ' ft8 cbeftp n3 the cilcapest. , 1W Office llos, 1M. ATTORNEY AT fcAW, have known the swamps. Juoelly p JOHN wjTTiNG new roads but so far have undersold. these aa e" - - AT. HAY FIELD, Lawns, India Linens, white no public step to make ... I.taken the pub hc interest tei . : d ecru; Mulls and Persian known Iu Active Pmcttce SlnceMnrcb, 1S77. We ask a trial of our Thirties,, but we havo MO (loubt tlmt AVhen 1 y ti wu8, in white and colors; Swiss yJ v lioys' Cus.otn- - Ue nQW or luized company shall 2 mbroideries and Oriental Laces ; Misses', Men's and WILL practice in all the counties of the ' "perfect their plans that our peo-an- d First Judicial District, and in tbe Appel j. eatest variety aud lowest pri- - niauo Jsnoea, wnicu ior laic Courts of Kentucky. durability, cannot be lQ win mect thorn with open 8, at septlS-l- y They are made specially for us by t enthusiasm. d Sjhth, Ellison & Go's. whose Jus. Bantu & Co., St. Louis, NOTICE. MOSCOW, KY.rand TmiON CHPY, It is generally conceded that custom-mad- e work is tlie.,,,;-oestl Fail .nne India Linens, from . Ml persons holding claims against the .. - . v will adjourn within four made in St. Louis Coagre8R itcry 5c j,er yU) tQ yUC j)er yU. jV C0ll- estate of II. F. Thomasson, deceased, arc Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, a full supply of weeks. Somo of the oldest and icnrntuteil to tiivc en tirc mtiffiiction. pet0 iine Embroideties, respectfully notified to present the same AOENTS POR TEE. FOLLOWING COMPANlM: most influential Senators and mem-tier- s Try them once, and you will wear Swiss Embroideries, Jackonet at once, properly proved, for settlement. COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES, say the session will end with- no Other, tur miU onty by Hickman, Kv., March, 19th. 1886. Edgings, Insertings. Oriental LaA. A. FAIUS, & Co. in three weeks and are making arSmith, Ellison ces, cheap Laces, Parasols, Tans, Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention ADMlMSTBATOn. Hartford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; the way. Keep little annoyances oltt of 9 3DODST "3? HEADQUARTERS THE RELIABLE TILL 70U HAVE BEACHED Low Prices ! IN 4 h' i.t. . ' I o. I PLOT CQl, -- be-in- ff Hb FEB-ItEL- L, 2 p , THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- - Beasons - -i Mi ni rAnm 1 m- I 1 w i DMroffl, -- d ( l. i Moore & j 1 one lt 1 nl . 1 i- W (.-I-f i. TV-- ........, P; WHITE SEWING MACHINE IPHESCRIIPTIOlSrS J SIECIA.r,T y. I lfym i KELI -A-IBI-iIE I I -- I d 2-- S J i Ss p :Kr: o -- f ja j rr . a 1 1 rN k w w rm ,-- r m - "a"' - r r i1Sl ROOFING A IALTY. jii-m- &SON, non-actio- n cr Architects. Builders -- CoBtrate, .., two-hnudte- i Iatiirnrc. EENTUGKT; j I Cd'-Th- li ad-dr- e, . .. jwI-jm- , 1 fixe siross. .- -. ...! , i O JLISll cij . -- UNDERTAKERS, tfNK - yjci lQKT . , INSURANCE, LIFE QO. Fill. MS MAi '.. .- -. LANDRUM & DAVIS, AND THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW Am all-ov- :, k& I. ' . i. i '-- rangements accordingly. and &c, at Plaut's. .Boies' n,,e Uents' Uunal Robea on hand. Picture Frames made to , imJL,V All persons in Hickman ami newWe m "nufactare Cousen'g Pile Oiniment, Liniment iTA. .?, FHrn,lure H.BWCffANAN'Sis the only vicinity, holding commissions from and Chill Medicine. No cure no pay We expect to handle Furniture. IJugeies, &c, TeaclieiM Examination, Iiomse in Hickman that has the soon, ana will take orders for theru now. Secretary of State T5oard.of The County Board will meet on june!8 right to sell Ackerland & Wyler's. the -t i in. rA i Health to serve on local or.cqtmi .i Cloth-iugCustom-madPerfect-fittin- g ty boards of ieaMrf Ju,i' for the purpose of examining E. T. TYLER, Prcsi. .H. BUCHANAN, Y.'Jrtat. K. L. ALEXANDER, Cash. to meet at Dr. B. teachor8. Candidates will please Professor Young, of Prince- ouice, this evening alb themselves at 9 o'clock, T(2 ner-ton, says the moon is a petrified for the purpose of effecting'a jl'ui-to- i a. m., on the days of examination. H tik. daughter of the 'earth, destitute mauent organization oi lue J AS. H. SAUNDEKS, ML o County Board. of life, air, and water. The Eosa G. Adams. HIC3KMAK, KY. be estimates in the dark H. BUCHANAN'S is the only parlor at Mrs E.T. spots at 200 degrees below zero, tho ind at other places at "boiling house in Hickman &that has ce- Gardner's book store, open on Brown'a to sell Bryan right Tuesdays aud Fridays, from four water point." ' S50,000. lebrated make of Ladies' and Miss- to ten o'clock, p. m. Cream by For the best line of Gents' es', Men's and Boys' Shoes the tho saucer or gallon. Footwear, go to Plaut's, for it is best in the world. organized and ready for business, we respectfully solicit the patronage conceded by all that they have no Tho Hickman wheat market Being regularly All of all. colllections made for depositors free of charge. Approved Many stories have been told has not opened yet, but a number eoapetitiou in this line. Try the paper running three or four months, discounted at the in the W. L. Douglas 83 Shoe, of drought, dryness and death of good buyers will bo in tho marrate of 8 per cent, per annum. Plant Shoe. Every pair the West, and tho Pecos valley ket. - At thisVriting No. 2 will warranted. has been likened nnto the valley command GO cents spot cash here, of death, of the The Mason & Foard company says shadow News, comeslj'rank but buyers assort it will not hold the Dallas up at that. In the large cities the R. T. TYLER pay the State of Tennessee $101, II. BUCHANAN. GEO. B. TIIRELKELD. CHAS. BALTZER. 900 per annum for the use of about Euez, of Contention, Cechese tendency is upward. K. M. ALEXANDER. L. L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. JOHNSON re- county, A. T. He asserts that it 1,100 coavicts, while this State at Mrs. Gardner'e has not rained a drop in that. counceives ffdai the same firm but ty for the past three years. book store, Fridays aud Tuesdays 1,250 for the use of about from four to ten o'clock, p. in. boat two cents per day for H. BUCHANAN says that he ttch convict. will sell goods at froai tea to Y. M. C. A., yoa want to fit yourself up twenty per cent, cheaper than any Will meet Sunday evening nt If Suit, or other house in this section of ia a real nice Tailor-mad- e o'clock, in tho Baptist church. 44 PaaU, at a big- bargain, go to country. We think he will, as he Subject: "Fruits of tho Christian always does jnst what he lays he Life." W. E. Young, leader. All PJaat's. will He also says tt is gratifying to beaf otlf will do. all advertised that ho and are cordially invited. Sec'y. fi prieesj discount A. McDaniei,, far Mil i come in town and on the mag you can bet he will do it. ch other Another now business house ftttfjtat crop prospects all over Readibg Circle. in Hickman, Douglas & Bro. This tlttfMutj, and it is a notorious1 Cfompanies in the United States. will house, live the prospects lor corn The Heading Circle will meet at is a livelive businessmeu, andtheir Kepresents a line of the very best See dn a" - the- McFadden school-houson w this county was nevOFFiGE AT v iatterinsr than they are Saturday, tue zttu instant jAii card, find ndtc its ndw announce" v. wook.- sprO JEEECTPr-Nr- . -r ments week by .T friends of edueatiou ifiritedr mmmmmui t . e FOR SALE. 200,000 feet dry Cypres. Building and Fencing Lumber. Also, 100,000 Cypress Shingles. BONDURANT & DREWRY. HARTFOREh PHOZNIX.of Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, oclock,Jt n Ice-crea- tem-perata- re Mj Ml 1 M A IK AN-Jk. marl 2 Gfkice. t More& LaBdnim'a Drag Store. FRTZ SCpOEDER, 1 FASHIOXAKI.K m BoosTHorii.MiE C. mm, r-- STATIONERY. -(- 1TC- - CAPITAL, SHOP. North AVest corner of Moscow and Troy Arenues, East Hickman, JCy., a?"Sat isfftction guaranteed. April. b)PBKSEIf T God-haw- L. & ATTORNEY HANDLE. LAW Ar ' WHE1E CAJT I BUY A NVITAIf t REAL, TAIilTJB? f ITi Collector, Real Estate HICKMAN, KY. Agent but-here- , DIRBOTORS i ful and varied stock; Before deciding this question ve invite you to examine the "beauti- 8,-3- 33 ts Ice-crea- m cou-vic- T. M, FRENCH, Ua5 Will attend promptly to all busl neas entrusted him in Southwcstert Kentuci" and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga (ion of Land titles, and the purchase J3n8 sale of Beat Estate. " MRS. Port-folio- JENNIE GARBNEB,, - il Insurance Amnl COURT-HOUSE,) a-o-m -r- EETHE'S S A PIjKASAXT Patronage solicited. LOON, ItESOKT. at new store, Fuqua & Deitow's old stand, has an ernuW vaiiety'oi ooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens; s, Pencils, Lap Tablets, Albums, Ckrd Omesy Cards, &c. Ac.y and Toys in endless variety.- - FRESH BEER constantly ffn tap. Tobacco, of the test brands. Chanjploi - con-fDalvlf- tU Fire,- Life, Marine and Accident. DR. A.. HICKMAN, janie-'&- nor harvesters.' L-gl- H.A: &RT. - TYLER lk 14-- tf .A.. FjjlRIS- PHYSICAN AflD SURGEON, KENXnCKY i TIne PION Ball .. prodaerf-- fWa',j Droppers.8lcel . and lt ATTORNEYS AT jfowe r - e any ei eq ftaraff The CHAMheojily STEEL .MOWER eer Httthiats lower tKs nickkAtrt OSce - kentvck? f w his Professional Services to tbn citizens of ilickmsn ami vicinity. O mhj, Ne Depot. Ilickman, K7. WitL attend to aTHwiiaiwWrifrtfrf. eafe. ' nnvH 7B "W i s&i - 'i Furaiturt '- Faeeir.9 v -- SW?9 V . it - - V- - fll' - it. .A IBS -- 'i ?ju -- VA'- . r - .yC ,m- -'?HfS& ")(Ssr -. xSdCr - HS' I L v 1. W.tsJi?fsXTj F.ORf LOW P rv - THE TRACK, AiMMUkha v J! -- i Bh t is first-clasWHSMSHBgHllnM. it '4 4 , 'U thl8 SpniiS nn.l Summer Stock a 1 in and ready for business. His Stock embraces all the Novelties in all lines, and is all s and rebe liable, sale at prices that will please all. Call and examine my Goods and get my prices, and you will see at once that I ean and will sell Goods at from ten t twenty per cent, cheaper than anyotlier house in this section of country. Buy where you can get the Best Goods for the least money that place is target that H. Buchanan is the man that keeps the prices down and holds them there. Returning my sincere thanks to the thousands of my patrons for Buchanan's Don't their verv liberal patronage bestowed on nic m the past, and which has enabled me to do the largest business of any house in this section of country. - fS i TICKET BENN ,?' JJ BUCHANAN Faris & KENTUCKY STBEET, om bmad g r THE H1CKUAK COURIER. THE COLORED MAN. . . Cleveland's Views of tie Co- IMOCRATIG CASWELL lored Citizens. X, For Appellate Ju'lgc, Tlmt President Cleveland is moist sincere in bis emleavor to of Livingston County. For Superior Court Judge, ER JAMES H.BOWDEN, of Todd County. --. s u E'l k--. t vs rT d In this issue, iiou. xv. Stone conversation turned,-a- t my suggestion, nnon thr condition and ' is announced as candid.itn for imm b nt tiio nninrnii rare, imp to Congress, from this is whnt the President said on the District. This announcement will subject: iwimrmin mitn cv a rm... ' ,!I am told by representatives of i ity, in be gratifying to a' large number, MWK8, 0RAND11S wo think a verv large major - both political parties that the ad- - have never and y " "J0 lie been submitted to a, train was not lntliestrik(:IJro"" 'm!nS mo (icmocruiiu imii.v io veni ..tl,nH uiuucii ity of the Democrats of tho Dis - (,noweroi ins. to a irreat exieni. oti- - lim!.i.tf nr ntun I. . ...!. uiI uiii- - riots of coke-baker-moved. in Westerr eilV,a.8 (lo,,C ,0 r,g,lt l,,I"s- - Ho s ,,"lJ,,1,lJ .. . ' i T i .i n l n . - : trict, who feel that iaiu. Jsionc litcnitod the color .. line in the-- Kress, inu are me reMiu ot noun IViiiisvlvjinisi. in Anril. thn wivi" ,t! 'l l"KJ m,lu- Polk Laffoon: "She is beautiful deserves an endorsement. As a South. I am told, also, that tho 1,ai sessions neui lor tne express of the strikers took the lead u and ..t I was greatly pleased with becoming .. vuriy lllirnncn nT tlifilrnnn iilntn 1i..ti n.k1 the attacks on thc company's pro.mu "'i'v,ov' " .ii. uon;i.muii member of Congress he has been t:oioreo .1man is . graceful manner. 1 had her very riv, :iir(tiuwwi by o. small minoritv of perty, . . .. bronghl iiiiikon me more iiviii more :i party ..ir.. :. a iaius-iaKiuaciivn, uscim, n4A 1i ic hAmnninff fn rntfi wllPTAthat tho members of tho respective in to inu the lanorers pLxTea n""to a little talk with her, and lir striken,' take told her that , I congratulated her workmg member, and has secured ;sces ,,. intereats iie, and loss Houses of thc legislative branch Wlimi the eight-hou- r ,. , , . , ....V.. We have a large variety of white Dres3 Goods, Laces and Embroider" " an ninupnce in uongress and in where ho is told by others who of government. - "" "i was inaugurated at Chicago, woi rninnintr i l UIO J ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mits, Best line of Ladies' and IlllVlll inus in considering the bills men and ..-- , threw themselves s iii r kl i n iric his vote for selfish ends. As irls .. . the Departments rarely given a want J. iled and said: 'Yes: I am a Misses' Hose, Corsets, &c. into it with all the furv the lex is1 member serving hislirst session. 'for me, I cannot see any negro 1 have not felt that I was aided A'l'od Democrat.'" in our We have a fine assortment of Ladies', Children's and Men's custom-mad- e Jn this honorable standing the qnestiouever been national affairs. 11Y THE DELIUKKATE JUDGMENT capable of exerting in .ir. miii&: "bhe captured me my ambition to ot Congress, and when I have times. It is not clear what the apIt has Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. completely. She is 30 per cent, people of his District, irrespect- be the executive of all the people Custom-mad- e deemed it my duty to disapprove pearance of women in the Pelfast better looking than her photoClothing, latest style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, ive of party, feel a just pride. of thc South and North alike, of many of tho bills presented, I riots and in the stiikes it this which I supposed did her Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, &c. graphs, That he is held in this high regard the black as well as the white man. have hardly regarded my action country means ; but it is anything justice and perhaps llattercd her. Fresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. a lawsdo not recognize any dis- - as a dissent from thn but a pleasant spectacle. When . at Washington is attested by the Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; very low. She is an ornament to the White I one press, Lis colleagues, the in- - tinction, and ,0 do not see that nws of the people's .Representatives. ''I10 gctlerscx takes part insocial House." g 8wor thog0 esecnte u ,s l" umper l nave not Pres. Tanlbee: "My wife was telhgent citizens who have kept w0 recogniZe any distinction suggestion been insensible to the i,!sin,,,ie' them, but, ctmiife to can which should influence .ai,d softeu read up with tho proceedings of, either. say, io imparl auiiiuoiiai iui;aiul not feeling well uid I diil not go." OVOrV P.ltizeil. nifhor in nrivnln : ''I had somo Tom I seo that Considerable discus- - Rtatinn or nflioinl nl,in Countess: and thc more the nride rl.M.Jt it we are to witness any guieral businessRobertson on hand that matters has w vl ,rti on v o 1US, ma irp.HMOnS i ... participation ot women in the solu- pievcuted me from attending." feu...8 in him nn.l to Ilia nniietitiionrs Sioil TTlint been lirt clinll uc doilC with the nol nrlf )U1I nrpm.itimi nf ttin enru,.. r ..,. tion of tho puzzling probleinsthat " t.. nu iiiai uh a now uieiuucr 11una won colorpd man. bnt T wish tn pntp ....-- . ts ., ." reiew- - a.e l,aiuing moueru statesmen, it Gen. Wolford: "She is a tirst-rat- e - "- defenders. In rMUMiri looking young woman. She tins liononxbiouifltinctiou by prac- - ' ,ny protest sicaiust this narcellinn- mg thn noncini. irtir;wi..i,. ..,.. win ue a sign tnat these i.roblems is a heap prettier than he is. The - SOX tical and earnest work on tho com- - of him off as though he were a'60Ttedto me main billsh-ivbeen ,nust 'Kstarb human society ti its President has outinarried himself. in- - mstinct element m our body poll- - approved '"west depths, unci unsettle alius She is a plum beauty. It is the mittees, by honest bearing md upon the theorv that .unencan.' anu as iic ne . .,i...i .i..i. OUUIIItl t. llmillTll forces. UlT 1UI1UI legrity of character, rather Jian mnrr no I is an otit inHnannn itlm . j first reception I have attended liorn by sensational efforts or straV thisadinlnistraiion, to borrow a in favor of tho proposed benefisince I got to Congress, and I ciary. Ihaxenot however been1 Slolmau for Clevelamli Jwwould not have gone then, except gic political attitudes. "Honest phrase from my illustrious prede- DEALER .Y able to entirely divest myself of "N see tho President's wife. 1 - right. v llolman Jill StoneLlis Ins . name in Con- - cessor, ho must have even- . n.r i the idea vsacfttr ti.. public, nionoy .... !.., fciiij ,.. " . . J" lij&. Congressman j tor iny visu. blie is a i.Jt ..i uacK l r ,w...:.. irress..is his reputation at home, "is legal uue. lr tiiereve 1jntvTft-m.r;.w...ltl. oiiinioii of President Cleve... .i- -l mill it i4 niinn this rp.irnnl of lion- - good result revertilicr to the eol- - .i;ci r...wi ...i.ji. . i. i.i rst., faithful and efficient practical ored man from the accession to Vntiil tn Hip iii.in..,..in..tini... r.f popularity among the people Oi . 1. m v ! and 31 rs. CI eve- work that his friends now appeal power of tho Democratic party, I those who in the defense of the that State. ' Then feeling . towards &a : ..: .1 i 'i .!... 5 land. niwl I.. Mm not i..'a enn !,.. . l " auillllliail.1111111, ' lie Mllll, "is to thc people for an endorsement. am determined ho shall have it to ... .i ii. ti.. .i Previous to the reception at tho The indications arc now that he the fullest extent. In my opinion'i iuavi i.iiiiiiv iiikii'viii i ;iiii. ... . that of nerfeet confidence. Tliev wi.ii (Clinton Slreet, Corman k Co's OIJ Stand ) will have no opposition ; and that it is yet too early, to judge tlie. i thrv ilnv of tl.Pir 1p.,p,,.1p..p. believe that Mr. Ueveland is an White House hibt night, President : no man with- - and Mrs. Cleveland colored race either one way or the i resulting from such sn florin- - are honest, f.uthlul min xox- he will be triumphantly droe to the other. We certainly cannot' .say eiititloirto tli lP,.Pf:w.tin., nf " inymemor;.,exrepi i4ii.com antl Schuet.eufest, which is in prowith or without opposition. rt1rtAl man ic it ri In1t1 sv4 . flirk (irant. has tauen siu-- a iioul up- gress hero this week. Hvery man, ais vuiuiuu ninn 17 ilIlWtlJ'UUlQ iUl their government." on Jhe people as has Mr. Cleve- - woman and child in the iuclosure progress, and to say tha.t further What Tbe.r deader .Says. a "race is to be condemned he laud. I find he has had a steadv gathered around the carriage anil i l.I ..1 fliir "l?nniililirnri nonAra .uv riiutju :i ii.ib .. a ucmuM'u pence- -N liilkiur ihe (ovoriimcul.i growth in their confidence. With followed it from the entrance to a.i.u ,tuwiiMi u i'i'vi-- i mill iiul small-frpoliticians have a deal tiou in seventeen years, after liav- "Willis had an experience in' somo slight adjustment of the thc pavilion, thriving to get a rules, which will give glimpse at its occupants. They g hcen in slavery more thau two that claim of his,'' said a Misson-- ! to Bay about the ruthless manner is manifestly unjust. rian the other day, who had heard evidence of his lojali. to the par-ho- did not alight, but the officers of' in which Cleveland is removing ceiilnries, a pension attorney someyears' ty, the" growth of hisbtrtngth will the association and the "king" of!' Tho negro is now free and the . . J have Kcpublicans and appointing Dem- - cquai of ti,0 wujte ,nan in respect ago tried to raise tho Willis claim j be phenomenal.' the feast, who had won the marks- roofing an secured, permanently, one of the fineAt workmen in the Sute, and will xntke tinning a sjiccialtv. - to his civil and political rights, beyond tho valid amount, ocrats, charging that the sole obthat is l "What indications did you find man pnze, were introduced to the Motto I will not be undersold, eTen in larger cities. chief magistrate and his bride. ject of Cleveland's administration Ho must make his own con-i- s by no means without precedent, for lSSST' he was asked. J?st for Position and power. Py Such claims have been so expand- - "This: If any Democrat's to- The President smiled upon tho to divide the Government own couuuci. success lie and pushed through success-- ! be elected it will he Mr. Clove- "king," by which title he was in "chicken pie" among his party nis be judged. Itaim be unfor- ed v. I remember will full will otic case where land. If he continues to give the troduced, and said "he looks like workers, when thoieal truth is tunate for him if he shall rely up- a Missourian Vas interested. He people an honest and milium They were then escorted that there are yet about ten Re- on political sympathy for position caiuu on ucrexwiiii a ciaim anu ministration, winning tho conti-- ) through the grounds, and witness-deuc- e of the people as he has, he ed trapeze performance bv "tho publicans in office to one Demo-crat- S nit her than upon duties well and showed it to au attorney. It call payment ot sii.Tol) tor the, wi again be elected President, hamonts." Before thcr departed ed tor a On this point, Mr. Reed,, intelligently discharged. loss of horses and forage. The at-- , if his administration falls tho p ar- -' OliC VOUUGr German wmnnn insist- the recognized leader of tho Re (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) EinrcftNSniiN About Durham toruey looked over the claim and ty falls with it. If we do not re- - ed on showing her baby to the publicans in Congress, says: eaid to the claimant: 'Are these elect him we will not elect any President, who chucked it under j Mont' and the chin amid roars of laughter, in affidavits here all in good shape! one." "Yon 'remember how the last rrom Madlvrnvilie Tlmr.l which Mrs. Cleveland heartily rampaigu was resonant with tho The latest Gubernatorial ticket Are tho men of good standing! joined. They departed amid duty of the Democracy to turn mentioned is that of Milton J. People of good repute!' The Otriiaml Calilnet ItulliJerx. hearty cheers and "God bo wid out the Republican rascals. Af-- Durham and Hon. W.J. Stone. claimant responded that there ter httoen months of power, tho Knott has already knocked tho were no bettor nroiilf in tho e.nin- - Tho street gossips have been at ye; Cleveland," from a crippled OPENED, withjnew STOCK, out and out. Fine, itjlish RIGS for hire. great majority of Republican of-- wind out of Durham's sails, but munitythan thc names attached! w1,ork recoiibti noting rresident Irish veteran from the Soldier's JUST reasonable. Patronage solicited. wholesale. . ... ......... . .V.J. ...., .iiii ..w Accoiding to their theory Secre- home. in their places.", Capt. Stono remains without an to thn nntitnvito 'Woii .J...I. n.o' Cleveland's cabinet 'attack as yet. By the way, the attorney, 'this claim is too small; tary Whitney is to retire from the oct30-J8Maxwell's Gall. would suggest that Stone these affidavits are good for a con- Naval depattment to take SecreTun New York Freeman, ,,, siderably larger claim. Can't you When a reporter called upon lishod in New York City and the w."!d b, ns1K"(i, !l m.al! place at the head : at the head of tho ticket as tlo make it bigger?' Tho claimant tary Manning's department, while Maxwell in his cell in the jail yes- leading organ of the colored race, State can affonL He lia8 but ono said that would be easy enough. of the treasury Vilas is to bo- - "K? e louuu tie man convici- . . guilty of the following treason- - leg, but ho is a runner from away TTo WOlit. nffnv mill a...u. II f4 uu Postmastcr-Genera- l . ...b. ft nnrnriln como Secretary of the navy, ami. tii ui muiuer in inu nisi ucgruu able utterances: .back, and has a head full of good, brought back the paper to the at-- i F,,st Assistant Postmaster-Gen- e stretched upon his bod reading a MANUFACTUREBSOF tornoy, with the amount raised to1 "Mr. Cleveland is a good enough Bolicli sensible brains. ral btovensen to go to the head of book. When asked how ho liked 527,000. The same old affidavits1 tho transfer from tho former cell President for us. We believe' From Marlon were attached, the same ronntnliln. tl,e department to succeed VilaF. to "murderers' row," he replied: Tree thoroughly tn his patriotism and is Judge Durham for Governor and people swearing to the increased This thoa pretty radical shaking up "I like tho chango very much ; incorruptible honesty; we believe of cabinet, but not quite Gov- - amount." Hon. for Lieut. .lie has the best good of the coun- pernor W. J. Stonenamed by an ex- - Tho Missourian who tells thiB enough to content the gossips.SQ it is much more quiot here, and I is a ticket try at heart, and aims to execnto nicy ana mat uariauit is io resign don7t have many callers to bother n.m iro.no i.. b.,,1. l'rettv coou. uui mo story declares emphatically m ii vj umiB iritriu. r. .cnaucc. man . . " the lead; mid this claim was presented to that and Don M. Dickinson, the brilli- me." '" limn the ant Michigan lawyer, will tlier, webenovetnat no President ' J"0"? take his 1'Does the verdict weigh heavily old Hince Lincoln has svmnathizpd both onSht to bo kept where they was Southern claims commission, place. What the President has to upon your mind!" asked the reactually allowed by that commore earnestly than Mr. Cleveland now are. mission, and finally tho amount, stfy about these suggestions can- porter. sir. The only way in which "No, with" the hopes and aspirations of 2T,o00. was duly paid out of the not be said. SIfthZ'H'BflliVIHPESiHfeBb Thc Oikly Politician. his colored fellow-citizentho verdict affects mo is to cause Wo States treasury. United say this after having Been and a postponement of tho arrangeSenator Logan is reported by This Troy, Ten u. talked witk Mr. Cleveland, after the Philadelphia Times to have said tions of story is one of thoistradi ments 1 had made, being certain Washington, and 11). puuuc uuerances on recently, "Well, gentlemen, you quently told hero as founded freicwuiiig inu Tkoy, June of acquittal." Special. upquestion affecting us. and in mav talk as vou nlpasft nhnnt noli- - on actual fact. "What were these arrangeOur county will soon hold its conwefgning the measure of official' tics, and may say all the fine things vention to select delegates to the ments !" my recognition he has given the race." abont me thatyou can, but it seems Gubernatorial convention, and at "Well, when I was given lecTurner A'o Candidate. y ' that I no longer " liberty I was going either to ' that time will nominate a count as a figure From Padticab . SHIP felana ie IIIcKhjhh. in politics. Thero is only one poli- It is ture or to enter a dime museum in Hon. Henry George, of tho date for tho K.liyrCorrpiM.nte.Jau17. tici.111 ill the COUlltrv. TTp seems Wingo thought .that John E. Wells will order to earn enough money to Purchase, who was in the oi. x.&. upBhaw, civil engin- - to know all about it, and is running city Thursday, while returning receive the nomination. repay to Prellers heirs in England eer, starts on tho pre- - things to suit himself." Pressed Night before last Dr. Barry, a the money I had taken from him met Col. Turner at the demo back to Hyde, liininary survey of tho extension for specifications, the Senator add- - home In his paper pot. of Saturday, citizen of Obion Station, six miles and to I take going to engage in was of the Ship Islaud . & Kentucky i ed r Gertainlv. T ta of here, becamo mixed up where tn Mr.- Mr. George says: "As he started south J tl a. .k 11 iHKaK jtaiiitwii iiu uill MlddletOU tn TJlniliP. lon'tl.Ai.,i;..ii.AK. to his carriage wo propounded the in some kind of a broil and was the practice of law with my brothJJrowuRville and Hickman, Ky., tics of the country now, shot in the chin, thc ball passing er. AH this will bo off for some Enp-vi- a AND following direct question : PATENT Kohvar. Ly an advantageous , land too, for that matter fand don't nel, are you a candidate for Colo- through his mouth and lodging in little while. When I get my new ConI arrangeinent with the Mississippi see tliat wehave anything to say." gress!' "No, sir. I am not. trial I am sure I shall be acquitam his neck. The shootist is Legislature the proprietors have Logan probably did notspcaknuito engaged in farming down in IBalted." AMniui Suitrti secured its convict labor for ape-- ; so plaiuly as this, but ho could lard," ho replied. Wo remarked: night, at tho same place MEDICINES. nod of mno years, and they are have doaarsD and kept close to thc Capt. Stone has authorized the two negroes got mixed, aud when Jj'gmi1 Not Worrying About Milter. now pusfcing tho completion of bounds of truth, JHK . papers to announce him for re- they were untangled ono had n. riiJUWi'liU I'm. ... the line from tidewator on th election.' The Colonel replied: knife wound about four inches! "Have vou any fears about the. AND Gulf of Mexico to the present norThe Court of Appeals decides Well, I am not announced.' " Tho long across his left breast. UothL:,' question obtruding itself thern- terniiuiiB. Of course Mid- - that where the finder of lost goods Colonel's most intimate friends the wounded men are reported tlo-- t .unplcaKiniij , LniiH'i 1 ,. , 1 1 1 ing well, but not out of danger. , knowsroThas tho immediate means have all along said he is not a can,V" Mr. UOUMi smiiiMi, ran ms nauu TDILET ARTICLES '""...: hub line oi mu.ito1 ,v,.i,un, uu., owing,whoieth'iir and didate for Congress and many are in 'his pocket, jingled some loose -its northern outlet on instead beginning to think he will not be. S4VYS tho Louisville Commer- change, and said: .the MiMiMppi river. The route converts them to oW5 &c: too deep cial : "Everybody does not know "The tw Bolivar and Brownsville travJsach conversions wi?eontftnte Tns Republican Ccrn vent Ton at that Gov. Knott has one of the for me. silver question is never &c, &c, silver, and I take vnen a ffne seetian f country of larcenvr n,i Nashville nominated Hon. A. A. prettiest houses in the State near refuse iU I find it goes, and I aDd groat -Tavlor. of East Tennessee, for Lebanon, and that he longs to get don't bother my head any further u igl feft tfur tO Prescriptions filled i toy Soar, day or ifht f rr.!on r ,the ' Governor. fine library aud stay there,' about it," into hie p!ationofrawyacouvion. P,M. i i Stone a Candidate for Re had a perfectly legitimate errand, election. and after it had been. done the offico-seeker- ed by a well known congressman. s : we We were not apparent from what lie said to me on Saturday of last week. Not knowing that ho was in the midst of arrangements for the greatest event of his life, I went to the White House that day, accompani- ,r"fSSa?KSS j 2 Women Take a Hand. What They Think ol Her. J"""'l The President has sent to ConThe conspicuous appearanco of SpecW "ie Washington, June 1G. Most gress tiftecn veto messages. Thir- women in the tumnltb and disord teen of the vetoed measures are ers of the day furnishes u subject 0f the Kentucky delegation tno President's reception private pension bills ; the others lor rrivn OIIL.MHIWll. Mi tuiu ic ha &aau ciinntiiMTimi provide for public buildings at cent riots uv jimai, w n I? niftiest last night, i and all expressed tliem- of ..,....: i..wv told. , hill Sioux City, Iowa, ami ZauesvP.le, that women ami crirls nned llliTei-i'"-.irik: iii ii ii u h ii"i ii i ? . ana good Ohio. the imvina.Rtm.Ps with imiror n,,i.Uie bride's sweetness McCreary, In vetocinga pension the fori.G6. baul Gov. newspaer I. criticise the rres!Ient says: "i am bo thor-'jii- e broke them into suitablo sizes enV use of tho lioters" and tired of disapproving' treated the men to continue the c,m,,ts ot thc brldo Peasant as grants of public money to iudivid-- ' fi.rl.tinn- wiimmvop n.n- - ii.,.,.! r.s ey were. They do not do her uals who in - my view have no ritrht lermg thorn aprons full of fresi Jstice. I have never ... a lady ..or claim to the same ,notwithstand- - stones; and when entreaty failed!0? 'noro elegance, ease, and cliarm hand-singappaient Cong ressional sane- - they drove the men on by savage "ner. She is very beauti- approximating the tion, that I interpo with a feel-- threats." A short time ago the She cariits herself snlendid mg oi reiiet m cases where 1 hnd wives of Chicago strikers asscmb-i- t unnecessary to determine tho lied en masse with their cliihlrcn ly. Her toilet was in excellent merit of the application. In speak-- ' and stood on tho railway track, :s taste." Tiidco Ilalsell: "Sho has a love ing of the promiscuous and ill ad- - a juggernaut sacrifice to'a boycott-visegrants of pensions which ed train, and the desperato lovi9 ly face and a queenly bearing. I have lately been presented to me was successful. The tniinmei was delighted- with her." for annroval. I have snokon nf :.-f-,.-, iiuiii ti. r....,, ,. n... :..r....;..J Capt. Stone:- "She looks . like a . .. w.vjitw hnv unto wi inu liuuiiiiri tlieirannareiitCoiiLMOPsioimlsm.f.. mi r......,!nC !.., i..., .,.i,i i.i1 iventucuy iaiy. bho is sincere J Bills Vetoed. 1 at-tend- ed 4.11 NEW GOODS! t t SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Parkee, for hlr v i r.r i i to-da- y i ac-ough- ly i sj HORSES, BUGGIES aad HACKS. Hating purchased the liable, borsee and entire outfit of W. B. Pluame r we propose to continue the btnineea, and solicit patronage eoaitantlj KEEPS sale - o 1 . T' All Will i-- ! , I .. & -- ?:ssfc;Sfflror!K . J II i- - li DRESS GINGHAMS, - LATEST STYLES IN W. DIESTELBEINK o Family Groceries. o space to name all artieles, hni ... in trouble to show voorla. andome and see, at the comer of Troj and Moscow ATenue. East Hlekmru, Ity TVJ X nuirno nuNcn AND PLAIN PIQUA. Iamily Brocery H. All O. , (DAVIS1 OLD STAND.) JUDGE.' GROCERIES house, at TEAOt 1 kinds of m g, - i V f' N-i- n I ,j STAPLE AND rANCY s sually kept in a om prices. FANCY CAM)JES, first-clasMIA'CX-MEAAT, tot fJCKLES 1I03I1NY, CRkNBERKIBS, QUITS s9v4a ( Sugar, CoflTcefl Nps, fc ,.i enm-limim- I uil J. AMBERG'S SONS. MsVTill not be undersold. Will pay fall price for Butter, EggJ, io ... j , "- I e fHUE'S F&&E yfek ' HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, -CJ. e I Uitlk KT. Jt-Cj-- B t)XALEE m-n- 1 0. B. KINGMAN, IX Italian and American MONUMENTS, Mabdi.! TOMB AND GRAVE .. . -- i ,. .. .!... . i!et Hardware, Tirrware, IMPLII1TS. 8T0NE3. re TTAVING reeeired a fine lot of -- rc V' ' 1. 1 lean and Italian Marble, l am pared to fill all orders. Call and tx ur work. Orders from the country prompt--may'it. , jt ? - d, F. B. CASE, DEALER IS 1 n Family Groceries; AND ALSO. ! J 1 y ! civil-seric- e w ROOEI1TG, Ac. Net, Seine, Lines, Hooku, and all'kfnd of Wishing TaekJe and Supplier, nt a bar gaia. Groceries and Family SuppttM gen erally. i NEWFIR3VL CARLISLE WQDD r j & LTTUS- - I ail-;oiie- ." lliW uvuy Stable. ui UWil 111 -- 1 1 1 i HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, All kindi of Farm Machinery, Tlowq, Implements, Wagons, &c, repairod o short notice and workmanlike mannsr. sWXevr Wagons, &c. made to ordc. " raar5 I0X- 25cts Lower than the Lowes bare no clerk expenses no store rea and pay cash for all my Groceries, nd herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap St. Best brands of Wittenberg and Loa I Grterlts. W W. G. KINGMAN. pub--Tim- es 85 t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN W1TTINQ. - .r . HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. HOW TO SAVE'tyONEY We are Wholesale Headquarters grades of CBCW1K&, tot al 1 SXOLXI TOSACCQ asd CIIAZ and will job" to dealers only at Factory prices; also the Dental Scotch &ti Suiritf Scticfc Saifc the best in the market. We also keep constantly on hand a choiee aeleetioa of Family Groceries, Coafectionertet and Fruits, which we will sell very low for the cash. Please call and see as. i-u- r- s. s FCQUA A BeBOW. Saddlery aijd Harness PLUIjMER & Hickman, Kentucky. ,. caudi-Legislatur- e. J. W. COWGILL, BEALEB IN FARMS, JacTcton St.t oppotitc Courier Office ' HICKMAN, - - KY. - w k 1 a mt jA. . DEUGS, 1 HH WELL. stock Saddles New A Harness.selected work made and attention gives to Trusses KEFAIKIIfG of any kind. He au secured the servicer of to ordtr-Piera- pt of n. that well known aad excellent werk saaa, Uncle Bob Farrise, Which of itself I guarantee of good aad faithful work. apr24 GRAY.- - t Vl llL 3?HSTT S J. P. J. C. PARTLO'T t And get yonr BlaekasdihtRg aad geMrai-Bepains- g dose at Ohio "V,r:r":r: !1-- J. T. GRAT Conur of COM Street,)' itek mi Exclmift - wbdux, Good Work otto. arSeVtf - -- et;. " etRock-Wttes- a Wees. Oaf 2SSSu2:y inlZ5 i&s ff 'ls JOMTF.GjUTfcCO. RK a sfwcialry. t3 y& & AK&l 1 1 ?'! L S?j :, . m ,te. - SA J, ft