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Lvs- v J f U o- - i I I o v vr 4 Mr wf - 1 Mssssssssssssssssssssssssss - - o 3 s -- - v tfte- - fc f l hi -- ncnm come EVERY FRIDAY MX Fine Job Printing EXECUTED m MUSHED GEORGE WARREN 4 4UUP S Ji Spf- m o m m o M W w A MDHdHUVBUk V5 fEH tZfj o f ml y A ml ml jwv V- m I - it - m m v m - I f M - l J J - n o o With Neatness and Dispatch jelwv Jrat-- f TS1Slftrc 3Ef 0 24 J3 5 lu AXE BILL8 ENVELOPES taTTER S HEAD1 ETC l H jO OSOItQB WARREN Editor The Ofdest0 Newspaper in Western Kentucky XrVTT-ATIOia-- wce r wmscsurnoaf tusa ESTABLISHED HURLED TO DEATH 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH HAUNTED STRHvLXG ETC IS 1SS7 r VOL XXII JAMES 6 CURRENT TOPICS By the Spirit or llli Victim Th Fright s A rix cosmetic act tht comes in th t ful Vision That sAppvar to linger In Ills of a watch is out Causo n Coal Farnino in tho North- hpe An Enrly Morning Horror Noar Cell I T edHpr of a npw Texas papetf ay ha ern Partof Ohio New York March 13 Edward Unger 1 y Boston- fcMealy six subscriber who was sent to Sing Sing for life for the Lamf rcxsers should be boiled onoe a murder of August Bohlo is now In tho Tour Thomand week in a solution of soda Fie Crowded Cam of n ranstfiiRer Train hospital of the prison a sufferer from Ildei Throtrliijrunemployment Other M n Out nervous prostration Ilia physical strength mines are preparing or MicHiflAairon lantant Death While a Earce NmuWr before his trial was great and his steadi- Mn immense spring output Cleveland 0bMorch 1L The strike of fsess of ncrre in court was surprising Ur iajfrine they thinkspruce rum is a are Feurfulir Injured SWITCiniEN Shipped from Xew York for New ltruns wlckj aad WhcSrt Opened Discloses a Wo Â¬ man Rerualn t 4 BARRELS MYSTERY O f u- - EIG and at tho end of a week he was much broken down In tho hospital it has been tho samc with Jiimejcccwt whin he is kept very soundly asleep under JhiftlceTJiqiastcaxwULchM the- - PHfcouo influence Ho dreams that the smoKcr turned completely over una utruck mangled pieces of his friendarcstfown medical college on top of the others all being crushed al- about tho room where they lie awhile inmost out of shape It is stated that the animately as they did before he packed WEATHER OR NO bridge where the accident occurcd this the body in tho tnfnk and threw the head A rian for the Xewflpapcnj to Help Out rooming iscomparatively a new ouc wd into the river Tfcenho fragments jbeglui the SlRiml Sertlee that the accident was caused by a truck to quiver Soon theyinovo slowly toward1 St Lovib March 10 Tho niDano on one of the cars giving way causing the each other until they are in a heap 7 Next If the Signal crat says editorially to day car to strike against the abutment of tbo tney adjust themsalves into human ibrjn Service is actuallyicnppled by the failuro bridge smoking car after it fell But the head is niisslng AtClength tnatf The Washisotox since the adjournment of of Congress to pass tho deficiency bill the w omes room vlth into tho Congress has the appearahceof a deserted caught fire but the Fire Depaitmcnt was ioo newspapers ot tho countryacting through promptly on hand and prevented any its hair drippinjj vvith the water village tho Associated Press or acting outside of bpread of tho flames Tho bodies of tho of the river in which it has lain With a Tub highest ambition ot a Chinese gn that organization should make up tho the tleman is to have a nice coffin and a fine dead have all been removed and of and horrible smilo on Its face it places itself on amount actually needed to carry on tho the shoulders of the figure amlmenaces tbo wounded somo arc fat the hoipila funeral work until Congress meets The year prom Â¬ is Unger shrieks fout at tins IfoMKT kreafckniswledgeaby theCxaE ksomehave been takenhome sdtftitittho murderer ises to bo one of extraordinary meteorology point and the apparition vanishes from very difllcult to obtain their names and to be among his most efficient secret do ical events and changes and the newspa extent of their injuries attheprcoent time his imagination All efforts have failed to Uictives pers should not let their readers suffer Theirainwas crowded with working relieve him of these visions and tho prison The Adams Express Company succeeds FAREWELL TO PLYMOUTH because Congress failed to do its duty Tho physician advises his removal theB 6 on the Ohio aad Mississippi people and the most intense excitement Asylum for Lunatic Criminals to tho Stato prevails among their friends who are Final erTice 0er the Ohl Churrh lie chief Signal Service item in tho neglected railroad t bill is clS000 for observations and roports names of those killed anxious lo IcMcd Iuittor Nbarlt fight thousand applications have audinjured learn thearonoicluble details of storms This is not a large sura for all There KNIFED BY A CHIEF beep filed under thtTrecent Mexican war Bkookitn March 11 Plymouth Church tho newspapers m the country to pay for of the numbers of tho dead as yet Tbo was crowded almost to suffocation to day information which is of very great intcr jcnslonlaiT poliro say that thirty three were killed deutennnt 3IoU of tho Tenth Cavalry by members of the dead Beechers congre- Â¬ ercst The Treasury Department will soQuarJ outright andthat nearly asman uill die latally stabbetl In au Altercation AVitU gation and others i ho could gain entrance ango for the supply of the active demand The bodies or tho killed were horribly C an Indian n The services began 1030 Dr Halls or small notes Fraternal North and South mangled some of their heads being en 13 Axoeles CaiI Marclf 13 General funeral address was natmost touchingand Charleston S C March 10 John A FTKANiiE thing about Dale County tirely served from thcirbodics and many Miles yesterday received a telegram an Â¬ Fla is the fact that there is nol a public of the bodies aie crushed bejond recogni Â¬ nouncing the dcuthjof Lieutenant Svward eloquent tribute to him he loved so well Brown jr son of John Brown of Harpers There seemed at times not to be a road in the county lott of the Tenjih Cavalry at San Carlos dry eye m the vast audience All Ferry notoriety has written a letter to tion y u Major Henry E Young warmly approving There ivill be an immense pineapple itescrvation Arizona Lteutenant Motf tho long line of -crop on thcFlorida islands and mainland Prohibition- in Moroccos y hud been assisting Captain Pierce the afternoon yesterday the church to view of the disposition mado of his recent conpeople passed through TANCirMarcVjli the ensuinir sewon lOulUijLoIJfo agent at the Reservation in Jho di the remains and the rush was so great tribution to the earthquake fund Mr WiTnno Congress to abuse the para rocco has prohibited thcsalc or purchase vision of lands The other day a joung that it was found necessary to Increaso Browns money was turned over to tho says that when Confederate Home grapher will now have to turn his attcn of intoxicants of all kinds and abolished Apacho whoso Chief father was the force around tho church doors The tho non combatants of He war have parsed tho Lion to spring poets the State tobacco monopoly The Moorish in the guard house quarreled with Lieu- Â¬ throng was made up of almost all ni away thero will be but little left of tho The Legislature of Tenncsneo has by a tobacco and snuff shops have been closed tenant Mott over a division of land and tionalitic As the day adiun ed the lino bloody chasm nnd that tho men who public- Â¬ stabbed him several times Ho died yes- Â¬ decided majority refused to pasn a bll and large quantities of leaf tobacco of people extended until it reached Fulton fought each other can now fully compre- Â¬ ly burned by the Sultans order Several terday The murdererDscapcd and is now i JDaklnglyachinga felony S treet then down one side of tho next Hannah Battersut the fattest woman Moors hae been stripped and flogged with three renegades whb went out to es- Â¬ block and up the other with another wing hend the meaning of the word fraternity lcfore the public weighs T2S pounds She through the streets for smoking in defi cape punishment for drunkenness and aro across Henry street It was estimated Melting Trade Dollars anco of the Sultans orders Tiie populaco now being pursued by scouts Mott grad- that nearly twenty thousand peoplft passed ats a half tound of candy daily New York March 10 The process of of Morocco can see noscnse in the Su- Â¬ uated from AVest Point last year and got before the catafalque during the day Thz Government FishHatcheryatTVash melting up the trade dollars was begun arc angry at his in- his inftoa now hatching 5000000 white fisb ltans commands and habits They assert of commission in July He was a nativo There were so many wreaths and bou yesterday at tho Assay Office Tho first ew York terference with their eggs the f rj to be placcdin Iike Erie quets left on the bier that a special placo 100000 worth received at the had to Lo made near the platform at The King of Sweden has flattered Bis that the prohibitions aro enforced only having been counted weighed and ex Dcstructivo Incendiary Fire against tnc poor the foot of the pulpit to rccolve them marck by following his example and dis- How eli Mich March 13 A number of Last night Jho Beecher residence was amined was turned over to that instituserving Parliament because it declines to business houses and a row of frame dwell- Â¬ brilliantly lighted and everything around tion aud yesterday placed in the hands of GoINb Georgia if his orders the melters is that each day Atlanta Gi March 14 Wet Waring ings were burned causing a loss of S0TO00 the house was mde as bright as possiblo n like amount It expected to tho Assay The estate of the late Cyrus H McCor will be sent The fire originated in the store of F X Mrs Beecher had been in her late hus xnlck Sr of Chicago foots up a total of Habersham a mining engineer of twenty Office from the Sub Treasury so as to anore than 1500000 the profitof the paV years experience in the Black Hills and Monroe Chairman of the County Prohibi- bands room a great portion of the after make room for the reception of a portion Wcstcri mining regions has discovered tion Party Committee An attempt was noon lookiiiR over his papers It seems a of the large sums already offered for reea reaping machine c A cociLE named Blodget atGilroy CaL within twelve miles of Atlanta a lead of also made to assassinate Tom Clark tho delight to her to be near where her hus Â¬ demption The amount now registered at have been married seventy nine years rose quartz whicTfassaysWer 1100 a n night watchman Monroe had been warned band spent much of his time The mem Â¬ the Sub Treasury for redemption aggre The husband is ninety nine years old and The gold viin was round at a depth1 of by thw saloon keepers to stop his prohibi- bers of the family were dressed in bright gates nearly f50000XL clothing nnd every thing around wa forty feet nnd has the general trcndil tion work his wifo ninety seven made as light and cheerful ns possibTcTin the great gold bearing leads of the coun Blown Up by Natural Gas Justice Gray Is the only bachelor upon The Johnston Equestrian Statue0 accordance with tho often expressed wish the United States Supreme bench He is try namely northeast and sputhwet PiTTsncnnn Pa 3Iarch 10 Four men In CmcorEE Miss March 13 The Ames of Mr Beecher nf case of his death 11 C the largest man in the court the baldest The surface ore assayed by Prof tho employ of Mayor Wyman of Allefinished the equestrian IVfiltcStatcChemist yields 715 a ton but Vorks bavo and is a famous epicure gheny were engaged in cleaning n vault the main lcai assays o er 1100 a ton Tho bronze statue of General Albert Sydney RELIGION IN POLITICS on the premises of John Holmes on Green It is rumored that Pobiedonostchiefl is vein indicates an average width of fiom Johnston which is to be unveiled at New to be Do Giers successor as Russian Min four to five Orleans April lfi Tho design 4s by Sculp Chicago Inrorlltr Ionn tho Nucleus ofa street Ono of the men John Myers had feet a lighted torch in his hand with which ho ister of Foreign Affairs What a toboggan National Motcmriit tor Doyle of New York Tho company elide his door plate would make thought has been two months night and day at Chicago March 11 What is probably stooped over tho vault A terrific explos- Â¬ The Czar Hes All Right Last year tho people of this country the first denominational political body to ion followed instantly which hurled lutn London March 14 The report printed work upon the statue 33106935S3 cigars an average of smoked see the light of day in this country has just quite a distance and enveloped him in over fifty for every man woman and child by the Standard that an unsuccessful at Mrs Neebos Funeral been started in the Seventh Ward of this flames and set firo to the building It K tempt to assassinate the Czar of Russia Ve are a nation of smokers in the land Cnicico March 13 The funeral of Mrs city under n charter granted by tho Secre-Â¬ thought ho can not xecovor The vault Jsnnie Jcnx has seen the women of all had been ma Jc is jUtcrlydiscreditciLbyM 5eebe wifo of Oscar Keebe the Anarchist tary ot tho State It is called the Hebrew had become filled with natural gas which nations and 4has made Up ber mind that Jc Staalth Russiam Ambassador here was attended by about five thousand peo- Political Cluband is composed exclusively had leaked Into it from ono of the mains American women stand at the head for In an interview this morning the Ambas- - ple Xo violent speeches or demonstra Â¬ of Hebrews in good standing in the local Fight for Prohibition in Texas dorsaidbehad received no telegram in tion of any kind took place Thero were synagogues It starts out with a member health complexion taste and good temper A package mailed at Boston for the relation to such an attempt and this no religious rites The husband did not ship of 325 and having no distinctive poliDallas Tex March 10 Tho Prohibi Prince of Walesis held at the dead Iettjtr was sufticientevidcncej toconvincchim attend the funeral tics will support such candidates as aro tionists having secured from tho Stato that the reporttvasunfqundudy Ifittvjiro office Washinirtraocjppetagc Inappojr favorably inclined toward the Jewish race Legislature the submission to tho people anco it appearstiT be an infernal appa Â¬ tnfShewould have received a dUpatck Beechers Will Similar clubs aro to be organized in all tho of a prohibition amendment to the State long ago ratus 3hookltn March 13 Beechers will wards of the city where Hebrew residents constitution arc making great preparaleaves a life insurance to his widow and are stronpand it is thought that eventually tions for tho campaign The State will bo It Is estimated that thirty thousand fe Temperance Boom at EvanstilU the residue of his estate to hN children only be strong filled with temperance orators for which males could find husbands inside of a fort EvANbViiLE Int March 14 Thomas His sons Henry B Bcccbcr Wm C Becchcr the organization will not Wyoming and Montana territories an important innuenco n fund of 300000 Is being gathered Tho enough to exercise night in Murphy temperance revivalist in local politics but also to bo the nucleus Liquor Dealers Association of this cty and why the procession doesnt move is a crusade against liquor drinking began a and Herbert F Beecher with their last night law have reorganized and say they will begin Samuel Scovillc arc jnade exec- Â¬ of a National movement to the same end mystery Three thousand jcople were prcacntaud utors and trustees tho campaign with a fund of PJo0000 AsTxcsofJlohert Burns is three hundred signed the pledge Tho inThe Scptcnnale Carries the Day in Washington Park Albany in accordterest is increasing and several hundred Reporters Excluded From a Hanging Pittsburgh Physician Blood Poisoned ance with tho will of the late Mary Mc people were turned away to night for Berlin March 11 ThoSeptcnnato bill Pltmocth Mass March 10 Samuel P jPiTTsncnon March 13 Dr James Mc was read tho third timo iri the Roichstag Pherson who left 20000 for tho purposo want of room Three hundred more signed Cann ono of tho most prominent physi to day and was passed without debate by Bcssc was hanged hero this morning at 5 33 last year the plcdgeto night Murphy5is catching cians here is seriously ill from cut down at 903 oclock a vote of 227 to 31 TJighty four members oclock and was morning December 23 GkohscM PeilxajC the millionaire car- - the cityTandhis presence is being felt On Wednesday contracted last Thursday whilo abstained from voting Tho announcebuilder h ow Sir George a member of making an autopsy His recovery is con- ment of the passago of tho 6ill was re- 16S5 Bcsse murdered Richard N Lawlon the IIrHbji blfty and the debtor of King There Was Some Left a resident of Wcstport and a collector of sidered doubtful ceived with applause Tho minority was eggs Humbert for tho honor of being thus The murder was committed for tho m Cincinnati March 14 At 100 Smith Socialcomposed of new German Liberals knighted purpose of robbery Reporters were exHe Followed Her Example street Isaac Haughton applied a lighted ists and Alsatians The Peabody fund London now lamp to the bungholeof a supposed empty cluded from the execution and only wit Â¬ PniLAnrxruii March 13 Gco Simon amounts to 4553310 The original gift barrel which had contained glycerine car- Â¬ nesses specified by law were admitted aged thirteen years was found hanging in Exports of Domestic Breadstuffs was 13500000 the balance having been pet paste to see whether the packago the cellar of his home He had3been read New York March 11 Tho total values added to it by tho money received for contained any of the material when a French Naval Maneuvers ing an account of tho suicide of agirl of tho exports of domestio brcadstuffsdur rent and interest big explosion resulted knocking every which led him to follow her example Toulon Jlarch 10 Imposing naval maÂ¬ iegthe month of February 1SS7 amounted neuvers have begun here The fleet numTar mime xf the new Consul to Mexico thing to badly injuring Mr to JllSSl4tU ns against 510105157 for tho a Missouri gentleman is Elizabeth Caro- Haughton pieces and eight oand nino Robbed of Three Thousand Dollars same time in ISM and for eight months bers thirty The principal event on the proline Moore He was named for his two Coleman Tex March 13 Three masked ended February 23 1SS7 10407044Jagainst ironclads grandmothers His grandfathers seem to leilh rom Exposure rnqn covered with revolvers the express 172 lOljSfc for a corresponding period in gramme will be an attempt by the squad- Â¬ havebeen neglected ron to force a passage of imaginary straits Monrokville Ind March 14 Isartc messenger in the office of the Gulf Colo- ISSO Tax mostrjpid cannon shots carooly fHeffclffngcr ayoung man living at Hun rado and Santa Fe railroad and robbed defended by torpedo boats reach a speeof Ofleel rViecdnd iterVojJKnthisebanty was found dcid this the safe of nearly 3000 Smuggled Opium while Missouri Militia Will Disband air It tho morning in a haystack near that place mm DrTroiT Mich March 11 It A West ii Falling Down Stairs rate of twenty five or thirty miles aad Causo of death unknown but Â¬ Louis March 10 Tho oMissouri Leg Â¬ Killed by St of this city hns been placed under it is supeven mere per second posed he froze to death as it was bitter Sandoval III March 13 Charles Lcn 510000 bonds to answer to a charge of islature refused to vote any support to tho A amir dirtloaary which premiseeV cold He had no home cjfeont when ho dersgeil eighty yearst fell down a flight smuggling opium into the United SUUa State militia and most of the companies1 will disband ee tfctrmost perroct yet collated is now found jobs on farms adjoining the town of stairs anil wasSnsthntly killed from Canada being gotten up in New York to be called n t Government Bands The Huntington Bridge FatalI FW FiahUBetwecn Beys the CMtprSlettoaarrT inwUt rwjuic A Boy Murderer0 New York March 10 The National Washington March 11 Tho the wkje JteekandreA eaters for vtek Yoxkers March 14 Iasf niirrJ Atlanta Ga March Ts A horriblo Huntington bridgontCihcinnati proposed LLeaguo of Musicians of the United States yearf to put it ia shape must bo Cornelius F Devitt aged fifteen years murder occurred at Montezuma Ga resolutions asking Congress to pro Â¬ Jomi Gxat of White County Ark wu and Albert G Wolf sixteen years old both where HampMixon was deliberately shot forty three feet above high water mark passedbands in the Government employ hibit patting oa his wedding clothes the other respectfully connected engaged in a fight down while fishing by Peter Reynolds a So it has been decided bj tho Govern- from competing with local musicians nnd day preparatory to marrying MissNaanit Devitt knocked Wolf down and when tho boy eighteen years old The crime was ment 0 o protesting against tho importation of for- Â¬ r Patty wAto be complained of a pain in hft latter was picked up it was found that hp committed to obtain a roll of money which eign bauds on contract No Barbenng on Sunday iigitarmvMlledforwaterasc then al was dead i Mixon had exhibited Namiville March 11 The Tennessee Death From Candy most iamMdiately died ExBtrisfwaf AKmiK Alsace Legislature has passed a bill prohibiting o FmsBVaea possessesWo wealthy little March 10 The Auburnuale Mas Indicted or Murder barbertng on Sunday BebeiK March 14 The rot prints v death ofQRev T Howland a missionary in women the Misses Stella Hayes and o Monuis Ilu March 13 Henry Schwartz India and his wife in this placeit is Irwin LMgfelia The former is fourteen letter fromj Strasburg saying a nurabor and Newton Watt havo been indicted here Death of Sothern the Actor thought was years of age and da eCfr heirs toi080 ef expulsionsfrora Alsace will sooube eating or Kellogg 11 London Lyou Edward purchased in thee result ofTwo of candy for tho murder last spring Montreal OleftbymrgrandtaerirwiaLaughlin effected of persons not natives inbut having Nichols express messenger on the Rock Sothern theMarch their actor son0of the late E A children were made verv ill but recovered the provtea yeareef age is a orphan aad sole ronditional permits to reside especially ai Mulhausen will be ince n investigation is malting Island road Sothern has died of peritonitis 0 lwititihaknymlllio o fected The Anarchists New Trial Killed by a Pile Driver Disaster Caused by Racing Trains Rene Rqekt Crbtaubs be la Salle is Tke firajt indispensable requisite to to havo as4tue in th Cathedral of Rouen LiTcnriELn III March lLj Jn a race oOttawa III March 10 Thelllinois Su Â¬ Louisville March 13 James Sloan He was the first explorer of the great life is the stin Were the sun to be cx aged twenty three singlewas killed near between a train on tho Jacksonville road preme Court has decided to hear the argu lakes and the Mississippi aad founded the tiBguishcd the grecn4iarts of tho Richardson Ky yesterday by tho break- Â¬ and onfipn tho Chicago and Alton road ments oa the motions for a new trial or J- splantsrwonld Rno longctr fulfill ctheir ing of a pile driver at which ho was at tho first jumped the track injuring about the Haymarkct Anarchists next Thursday French colony in LonisiadaX They would even dis- Â¬ work Ho was working on the extension thirty passenscrs amone them Statec The motion will bo0argued orally two Dcarxe the life ot the Forty ninth Con Â¬ functions gress 133 bills were vetoed or 21 more appear as is the case if a plant grows of the Chattaroi Railway A flying frag Senator E Sohthworth whose injuries hours being allowed to each of tho six attorneys uay prove fatal than IbeteUl aumber ef bills retoed from in darkness Hchcthdrd wouldbo ment structfhlm in the breast 0 6 0 a the fcBBoatlos of the Government to the bo formation of new vegetable matter Respited o o by the President Pardoned oo o Battle With Cuban Bandits Beginning of that Congress St Louis March lO Govcrnor Marma The store of food for animals would Havana March 11 At Guanabana in duke to day granted a respite forothirty Washington March 13 The President If no more birds are killed it will take a soon be exhausted and they would dte - the Province of Mantanzas 0a military has Tiardoncd Jesse Houchins Indianaperiod ofthree geBcrations of mens livos days to Dan Jewell who was under sen Â¬ force recently had an encounter with Mal Â¬ tence to be hanged hore to morrow It is Before Mm woods and pastures can be re Were the heat or the light of the sun to counterfeiter W B Holmes Albany peopledirwbile eeme of the most beautiful fail nothing living could exist on the Y conspirator and Edward T Davis Dis Â¬ agas band during which the latter lost not thought Jewell willlivo until the final four men and six horses0 J date fixed for the execution face of the earth trict of Columbia conspirator2 aad useful birds are lost to us forever o i - T l Tux Omaha Jtijmblieen says that Ulna Standard Silver Dollars Ex President Hayes Strikes Gas It js fonnd thatwhen araffiBe is Crossing Accident Vaa JUndt that shewlll sue Washington March 11 The circufation oFremont O March 10 Chicago March 13 While Geo Halsey Drillors of the fergrws aad malignant libel the first thoroughly mixed with linseed oil cast of standard silver dollars is now 157214 aswell at the residenco of ex President aewspayer that dares to repeat the suta into small blocks and cooled it maybe aired twenty two and his sister Lila aged 510 out or a total coinage of 256481647 used to makeany fabric aa olatbA felt sixteen were crossing tho railroad tracko Tho silver certificates in circulation Hayes struck a large vein of gas this afÂ¬ Mat that aaeJuu a felon on her haads taajSeaate at- Minnesota aad leather waterproof by rubbirVjt at Grecnleaf street they were 6truck by a amount to J12320p2 deducting which ternoon at a depth of 1370 feet and only A wtu hsfsp Irilled two feet in Trenton rock The0 train GeorgeVjwas instantly killed and leaves 75900745 provides Mt sst aaeaaby bludgeearae with ach a bbibkaawd net standard dollars in rell Is ono of the best in the city and will sho the Treasury the young lady so toribly bruised that o editor reporter or cor ward to equalize the distribution of pistsljapoaaa the lay unconscious for several hours lurnish fuel and light for MrHayes resl reepoBdeBt far malicious libel shall not material in the pores o If too much is Vigorous Campaign Against Cattle Disease lence Be eeiidered a yielatioa of the penal code Was it Suicide Washington March 11 The Agricul- Â¬ JbaxjsisWnxiAMeef Pessacola while pat oh the material may be made to Heavy Snow Storm at anstijg the aker day took deliberate I be anly impervious to water bnt aot WABAsn Int March 13 Lizzie Ruplcy tural Department has 500000 to apply March 10 A heavy Co5ComD N H ama4waaiaetaegBt to be a Bird ia the to air the mall greasy particles sia aged twenty years attended a ball and without any restrictions to the extirpation About six danced until four oclock in the morning of pleuro pneumonra andintends to make now storm prevails here B4e aad filed tea face aad seek ef a jUj repelliag water Returning home she took a powerful drug a vigorous and general campaign against nches have fallen up to 11 oclock making iwtta mM laaet Far a aate taa ligMta agreelBgtt forego As Xaitarm firm it baying all ta snd died in spasms shortly after Shews that contagion which has spread so widely lbs total of tbe Mason thus far three feet among cattle is inches well connected MftltlitWBlttaaWNi Tho engine and three cars went over safely but the fivo others fell through the bridge to the road bencuth a distance of Â¬ leisure In studying French Becketakt Mxxsiso will go to Europe for th benefit of his health VrtMONT farmers are engaging help at tft fSO a monthnd boirdvR W Ball of Polk County Flat will plant m nursery of China soap trees TwtsisiEx has chartered twelve new iraRroad companies in five weeks Tue first street railroad in America was completed ia New York City in 1633 rmuomxxmiAhmm won the flghCandwU 5 wn iccs ub lis street cars TELEOiumic communication has bee opened between Mexico and Guatemala The once famous Cardiff Giant is now stored away in an old box at El Paso Tex A tocxo girl from the Sandwich Islands is studying lawiaithe University of Michi trandClIfcibr dyspepsia i Xnafccrf rtiXD isspenainfe herLentcn Tilden Jbut his stamina Is all gone and ho has becorao a miserable cowering wreck Boston March 14 An accident this On the first morning in the prison morning occurred on the Dedham Branch be told a keeper thnthe bad been visited of the Boston and Providenco railroad beÂ¬ during tho night by his dismembered vic tween Forest Hill and Koslindale at what tim who had proceeded to reconstruct 1s known as Busscys ParkBridgc The himself in tho terrified prisoners pres- Â¬ seven oclock train froni TJeUham con- Â¬ ence Of this dream hecould not be dis- Â¬ sisting of seven cars and a baggago abused cHe Bccmccfto bqlicvc it was real- Â¬ chargo of Conductor ity Every night it camo to him car under i a -- broke through the bridge Â¬ ln -- -- the New York Pennsylvania nnd Ohio switchmen was emphasized tolay by six-Â¬ ty road brakemen who- joined therein This takes in only he Mahoning l vision of the line One hundred and five railroad- - men aro now out but tho stoppage of traffic has caused a coul famine and many mills3 and factories along the route have been closed in consequence Fully four thousand men aro thrown out of employment by ttio action of ono hundred and five No damago to property has yet been ili nnil men are orderly and not disposed to do anything rash The strike was caused by a reduction from three to two brakemen switching trains Oon Yocngstownj O JIarch 11 The rnilroao strike is spreading Freight trains bo twecntfhcrq and Cleveland ontho Shu ron brunch havo been f abandoned No efforts are being inado to move O oi trains in either the No Y P Pennsylvania yards tho men on both0lines still stauding firm It is reported that unless a settlement is effected all the men on tho mnm lino will be called out Hotels nnd boarding house keepers were to day waited on by a committco of railroad strik ers and afkod to neither board nor lodge scabs nor newmn who may be employed Some agreements were made Â¬ j BosTOsMarch 10 A barrelupon which there were heavy charges wasreceived bV the Adams Express Company to dav from k via tho New York and yow hCWi England railroad for delivery tothe Amer-Â¬ ican Express Company to be forwarded to parties la New Brunswick Tab American Express Company refused to receive tho barrel on account of certain suspjcious marks resembling blood stains upon its side whereupon tho Adams Express Com Â¬ pany took it back to their main office Hero the barrel was opened when the head of n woman aS discovered nacked in straw Enough lias seen to convince tho officials c mat mo mrrel contained other portions of a humai body Tins head was replaced and thejfarrel with its contents removed onntBJirtakoris niado Inthe morning Will Those who Aro cognizant of the facts b lieve thatIhe body was intended for somo Cnreor New York March 11 A dtepatch from Nassau N P via Key West Fla an nounces the deatliuhero on the bth lust of Captain Jamaa B Eads of pneumonia- Mrs Ticrney an old fnend of Mrs0 Eads said at the Eads house last night that no direct information of Cap-Â¬ rebeen had tain Eads death any of ceived by her nor by his friends In this city W J Harner who has been associated in business with Cap tain Eads for many years said that ho reÂ¬ ceived on Wednesday a letter from Mrs DEATH OF CAPTAIN EADS o Whil Tho Noted lnsrlnt-t-1assot on a Vltlt to to the Ilahiinin Island In Search of Health A Sketch of Hi llutj FAMCKW G VICTORY 1 AJ k 1 i had Seraa And James To rattle off his wepjtaown speeeh Of eighteen sixty eel Forth from his ncist carpet bag He drew the BloodrShtrt And waved aloft its1tered sleeves In manner most exfert While all around hhasHent stood A vast discordant JBatetade o Twanon a sumaaersyastm NEWSPAPER DRIFT 1 Then up rose oneaM fht throng And Mugwump fastis name A veteran of thejsAf war A soldier old i3lsie Pray tell me why ywt ask my vote And w hy yoa waveja high This relic of antlqaJir He asked and gstirply Why twenty yearSjBjo you see We w on a famsas lkrjl But is tbe warSdlHui James And aa lts JeaZMpop whe sZ7Tr2BHrL e W5 3juv uui xas irscartJranjjtc --- prjilylc - iiiih The Republicans of Indians are ii ngain grumbling at a decision distaste Â¬ ful to them given br Judge Greshamin an election case The trotiblc witli M J Gresham and tho Tndiana Republicans appear to be tliat the judge hits lived out of the State so long that he has lost the patriotic partiality and uufiic i ness that characterize the model In -- j 3 diana statesman Chicago Xetcs Tho new Governor of Dakota is Judge Church a Democrat His coun- Â¬ cil composed of other Territorial ofS- Governor are Republicans ccrs Church has some offices to fill and the council must confirm his appointments lor the puqiosc of showing their own 3 Thefjtal Â¬ S Â¬ -- -- - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sub-Treasur- y Â¬ Â¬ oy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s o -- c jut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hazard Captain Eads daughter dated at Nassau Saturday last in which Captain Eads was said to bo suffering from conges Â¬ tion of the luns and to bo so low that thero l wasdittle likelihood of his recovery c Captain Eads took a heavy cold last De Â¬ cember and went to Lakewood N J where his health was improving when ho wis called to Washington on Ipsmess con nected with the Tehuantejiec Ship Railway bdt Ho returned to New York January 2o so feeble that Dr Helmultii nt once or Â¬ dered him to Nassau and ho sailed for tho Bahamas February 3 with his wifo and Mrs Hazard Captain James It Eads was osutty scven years of age H was born in IawreneobarK 5 1SS Ind Ma and with his parents went io St Loui In 1S33 He was emphatically a self made man having left school at the age of thir- Â¬ teen nt which ae he besjan as clerk in a dry Koods store Ho evinced a disposition to bo an engineer white in this business All his spare time jj devoted to mathematics pertaining to tho object which he had re- Â¬ solved to master In be constructed a divine-bell boat to recover cargoev of sunken steamers In 1515 he erected at St liouls tho llrst Rlass works west of tho Ohio river In lbSChemadc a proposition to the Government to remove tfse snags and wrecks which then obstructed the channels of the Mississippi Ohio and Arkansas rivers This passed the lower branch of Congress ia 157 but want of time prevented action by the Senate On the invitation In 1M1 of President Lin Â¬ coln Mr Eads designed and constructed a powerful squadron of eight steamers de slgced for uso on the Mississippi having a speed of nine knots an hour and aggre Â¬ gating 50O1 tons These were ready fully equipped and plated within 100 days from the timo he recWt ed notice to do the work They were the first iron clad vessels constructed by the Government In 1SCJ 3 ho designed and constructed six turreted Iron vessels alt heavi ly plated In 1S07 74 he designed and construct ed tho crcut Rteel arche bridge ovor the Mi A 413 Ul It l I Ol UVUi 191tJI iC nowncd among tho great engineering leats oi the century and its construction was regarded at the time by scientific men as the solution ot a great problem in the engineering world Tbe crowning work of his life was that oi deepening tho mouth of the Mississippi river This was in 1S74 His plans lor this work met with strenuous opposition from Government engineers but Captain Eads succeeded in hav Â¬ ing them adapted by proposlng to do the work without remuneration until Ue showed Congress that his work was accomplished and practical Permission was granted in 1875 nnd in Juno of that year the construction of what was then and is still known as the jetties was begun and the completion of tho work as he had planned it was accomplished In 187U Mr Eads proposed his ship railway across the American isthmus It Is familiarly known to the American public as the Tehuante pec orf icaragua Ship railway Tho schema received the indorsement of Congress during tho sessloa lust closed In the month of Au Â¬ gust IS ho was awarded tho Albert medal by the Society of Arts in England in recognition of tho valuable aid which his services have ren Â¬ dered to the commerce of tho world Â¬ Â¬ captain kads The cannons roar the dying moan Trsdltloas of tho past Im sure I do not know gaidhc But twa a famous victory But what of civil serrice James And revenue reform Ion6iolIsts and laborers The anti whisky storm Pray givo us living Issues man s Anjlet the dead ones rest Now of all reasons for your hopes Which think yon Is the bestt Tin sure Tve heard of none said he Except the famous victory1 But James you never went to war Nor fought the rebel host Nor helped our gallant soldiers win The victories j oirboast Why then do you recount the scenes Of twenty years ago What sufferings did you endure What trials wrought you woeiv I stayed at home and preyed said he But twas a famous victory K Frank Lintaber in ruck A REASON FOR RESIGNING Mr Sherman Vacates Klaure IIeuU to filve III Attention to m Weak IrraUlentUl Iloom Office rtfleKT2asX s5ovornofftriatPfcc w mSS Bjakotnnhisvanous commissions o two Republicans and one Democrat but Judge Church announces that ho will f- i- it the other way While this important question is being settled Da- kota will not care much whether it gets into the Union or not-- All it cares for is political excitement Chicago Her- Â¬ ald Governor - The reason charitably or unchar- Â¬ itably assigned for the resignation of John Sherman from tlif respectable solemn and somnolent po tt of tempo- Â¬ rary Ipceidcnt of the Senate is that he means to givea boost to his boom for another Presidency the salary of which is greater by forty two thousand dollars a ear Honest John has never been known to give something for nothing and his ambition is checked only by his ocrat in New York thougli whether with the country Democracy or Tammany I dont know But the o first chance I get Im going to vote tho i3 Democratic ticket because there 13 no temptation whatever to vote otherwise at this time We havo at the head of our Government one of the bravest jR truest and best men that ever sat in tlioB Tumultuous ap- chair executive There is no office in the land t plause to which I aspire buto above every thing I would like to he a delegate to the next National Democratic conven- Â¬ tion to TOtofor the re nqmination of Uproarious ap- Grovcr Cleveland If ever there was a President plause in the annals- of history that has faith Â¬ fully and persistently done his duty under the most difficult and trying cir- Â¬ cumstances Grover Cleveland is that - Hoadly is going The Ohio club gave him a reception and in his farewell speech I- lie paid this tribute to Cleveland am about to leave Ohio I am going to Xew York Im going to bo a Dem to New York -- 2 thrift If lie voluntarily resigns three thousand dollars a year it is perfectly natural to supposo tliat he knows what he is nbout and he may be right in supposing that he will advertise him Â¬ self in larger letters by coming down from that dais of boredom on which the President of the Senate sits with no power to claim the right of sanctuary in the cloak room though assailed by many moldy metaphors and drenched witli the chilly stream of Senatorial eloquence man m brother-in-- Affairs In Ireland London March 11 A sensation has been caused by the publication of General The Pinkstonian statesman is per- Â¬ haps right in resigning He might arntio- - lrplujiiDin irootoigavel a breakwater to the animated storms of oratory a human sounding board He lias rescued himself but what of his boom We say it in no spirit of unkindness but that boom is ancient and castanean and hardly worth digging up Ohio venerates John and certain Ohio politicians are anxious to make him President so as to get him out of the Senate but are Re Â¬ publican Buckeyes capable of political good faith The grizzled old financier of Mansfield has good eause to doubt it He knows them and they know it They filched from him the nomination for President Then they almost kept him out of the Senate to which he has the pretensions of a life member The usual Ohio Republican politician is a clear case of viper Shaky at home what prop has Mr Sherman elsewhere The confidence of tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blood-pois-onin- g Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ me-of-w- ar Â¬ Â¬ meteorite9--peitttrstet- ae i Sir Redvers dlullers evidence before tho Land Commission It appears that General Bullcr testified that what law thero was in Counties Kerry Clare and Cork was on the side of tho rich and he expressed tho opinion that it would be a serious matter with their grievances unre- Â¬ dressed to attempt to suppress by force tho tenants right to openly associaUvJfor A ma t tho protection of their interests jority of tho tenants ho said struggled to pay their rents and whero they could did pay but in a great many cases the ronts were too high and such as tho He said thero tenants could not pay would never bo peaco in Ireland untUthero had been established a court having strong coercive powers over bad landlords and protective powers over poor tenants c Ti Pall Jlall Gazette declares that the facts attested by General Buller come0like a flash of vivid lightning revealing tho nakod horrors of organized injustice in No crime which tho Ireland It jays moonlighters or dynamiters can commit will bo comparable to the criminality of giving another days grace to tho foul fab-Â¬ ric of legalized wrong erected on Irish soil-r-- a fabric which the Tories now seek to buttress bv further misdeeds Â¬ Â¬ terests If so lie is a dead man po-litically for these seem to be fatal to a candidate The truth is that Mr Sher- Â¬ man however valuable for his associa- Â¬ tions is not a popular man and he is Jess likely than Allison for instance to succeed Mr Blaine if that gentleman should not care to trv his luck again JV 1 conservative and business in- Â¬ Sutu Proper Governmental Functions - 2Yr Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 -- -- - 8piwert 3 - ioniagafc xa tt Mr Cleveland never omits an oppor- Â¬ tunity to Piiforcc the doctrin cthat the Government shouht not support the people In vetoing the bill for a pub-Â¬ lic building at Portsmouth O he cites the claim of the promoter of the meas Â¬ ure that there is not a Federal public Why Did Sherman Resign buildingin tbe State of Ohio cast of a There does not secmio have been any line drawn on the map from Cleveland through Columbus to Cincinnati -- and special reason for Senator Sherman to Uf Pthat when wealth and population resign the Presidency pro tempore lit aud he needs of the public service the Senate as he did the other day tinr are considered the distribution of less it was to give some other Senatorbuilding in the State is an un Â¬ a chance to have 250 per month add- jf public J The President condemns cd to Iiis salary during his service as fair one old for public President pro tempore Under the Mrs lursons In Jail this theory of expenditure succes- - oColumbus o March VL Lucy Parsons buildings as Tinfenable pointing out law relating to the Presidential was-ar- thewife of the Chicatro Anarchist sion the President pro tempore of the j for the erection raigned before the mayor last evening on that if an application would have been temporarily xt a choree of disorderly conduct atfd con of sucha building is to be determined Senate c attorneys by the distance between its proposed President in the event of the death tempt and without giving her r any opportunity too make a move in location and anomer puunc uuiuung resignation orinaimityoiDotnrresiaeni tho case sho was placed under bonds f the allegation tliat a certain and Vice President Whenthatlawwa of 5300 cto keep the peace Mrs Parsons or0upon is without ca Gov- Â¬ inexistenceitwisawiscandproperpre- bonds and was sent to the division of a State could nottgivc pro tempore county jail Sho made a speech to the ernment building or that the distri- Â¬ caution to have a President whose term bridged the intervening largo crowd which had gathered saying bution of thec buildings in a particular that this was tho end of liberty The next State is unfair we shall rapidly be led time between the expiration of one Con- Â¬ regular jrand jury does not meet until the reassembling of disregard of the consider- Â¬ gress and about the middle of April but an effort toan entire necessity 0 anil public need another If it had remained on will bo made by her attorneys to secure her ations of would be release on a habeas corpus proceedings which it seems to him should alone the statute books there 1 expenditure of public funds some good reason for the retire- justify the o j The Crops purpose The care and ment of Senator Sherman from t Washington 3Iarch 11 Tho March re- for sudli a Â¬ port of tho TJepartmentpf Agriculture ol protection which the Government the Presidency pro tem as his presdistribution and consumption of wheat owes to the peoplcV3 he adds do ent term as Senator expires on the the and corn shows that thirty six per cent oi the graut of public 4th of March and his Presidency would t tho crop is still In farmers bands The not embracedecorate thriving and pros- Â¬ expire with it although hcuhas been to estimated remainder is 603000000 bushels biuldinos to give an The estimated proportion held Tor home perous cities and villages nor bhould re elected to the Senate to the Senate to elect a consumption Is 1377000000 bushels such building he erected upon any onnortunitv with leaving 23000000 for transportation principle of fair distribution among lo Â¬ Senator whose term did not closePresi- Â¬ beyond county lines Tho proportion ol But under the The Government is not an this Congress merchantable corn Is eighty six per cent calities as it bow almoner of guts among the people but dential Succession law tempore of c The amount of wheat on hand is twenty instrumentality by which the peo- Â¬ stands the President pro snven per cent of tho crop or about 122 an the line and tOOOX against 107000000 last year and ples affairs should be conducted upon the Senate is wholly out ofno difference 169000000 in MarchlSS5 make business principles regulated by the it would therefore Applying these princi- Â¬ to the country if there was no such of- Â¬ o The Trade Dollars public needs Â¬ case under consideration ficer during the recess of the Saaate t Washington March 1L At0tho treas ples to the ury and sub treasuries of tbo United States the President concludes that as a Nor would it make any difference with session trado dollars not mutilated defaced or business proposition the building pro Â¬ the Senate for at the regular otherwise deficient irb value will be renot be undertaken and or at a special session if one were deemed0 Payment In standard dollars or posed should presidÂ¬ fractional silver com will bo made upon therefore refu50 sJgn the bill which called the work of choosing tempore Trade dollars defaced o the deposits kills it The saving of money t thr ing officer a President pro mutilated will be purchased0 in as obuUion treasury by the various public building would rpnuire only a moments time in sums 01 tnrco aouars anu upwaro the President has vetoed I The President pro tempore of the Sen- They will be returned to the depositors and bills which per year will not be redeemed or exchanged by any jnust be considerable but the financial ate however receives fUWbut 5000 of the sub trea3uris saving is uniraporut in comparison while other Senators receivethere is now m with the leeo which ho has thas and this is the only reason an officer A Veteran of 1812 Passes Away to have such New Yokk March 1L Jabez Turner a taught in th pwP61 relations of the for taking care during th rtct el Coagrtui -t-htnU the popl veteran of the war of 1812 died hire ye Federal Gont9ntto I- Mannings Retirement Mannings retirement from the Cabi- Â¬ net furnishes material for a great deal of newspaper gossip and a great deal A great of gossip among politicians many reason 3 are assigned for his retirement but probably the real reason is the one that has been given the most publicity his ambitions to enterthe banking business in Xew York City There is no ground for assign- Â¬ ing his withdrawal from public life to an disagreements with the President ilLlnur it3varytr0aOin to tHMY t his personal political and official re- Â¬ lations with Cleveland have been amicable and quite harmonious since That he has been a Cabinet officer he resigned to engage in more active politics to secure for himself if possi Â¬ the nomination for Presi- Â¬ ble dent in 1888 is not in keeping with his future shrewd political management If as ha been sug-Â¬ gested Cleveland will not be a candi- Â¬ date in 1888 and Manning really de sires to be he would not go into Wall street to lay pipe for Presidential support If lie is a candidate and Cleveland is not lie would certainly return to Albany from Washington instead of going to New York As a Cabinet Minister Manning has been very popular has had added many laurels to his name in the two years last past If the convention which will nominate the next President was to be held the present year instead of a year hence Manning could be nominated and elected If he goes into Wall street he can not only not secure the nomination for President but he will not want it Manning is too good a politician to suppose that a Wall street banker could be nominated and elected President of the United States Not that such a man is worse than other men merely because he is a banker but because popular prejudice couldbc too readily appealed to and with effect against such a candidate It is safe to say that Manning is not a Presidential candidate Des Moines Leader Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lii e - Â¬ 1 Â¬ m Unlay aged ninety year - v r Pott - FruFrm -- j Vf -- i fe o r 1 rfcv tti 1 Ffe hjsszmmvs - - j I v It lu v oVITALLY when you want your effect intellect clearest troubles of life that aro having more of lo Bd your disposition yu lhan Rreatones A swarm eel a brightest y The Day Laborer a a Taxpayer and sooner than the ken disconcerting thrust The ufn will kill custs Fallacy lie Is Taught top BlleVe Abou r opet Our lives Serving aa Lord sent the hornet o ntmselC incursion gf three or four cattle Perhaps these small insect oyances You say Since 1 lost my chlU since 1 It is a mischievous fallacy ured in to Sting and Perplex a liiorn Will como in the shape different all quarters as a self evident domestic rri o lot my property I have been proposi- Â¬ arch- tation Tne parlpr and of a kitchen do not al- - manJ But you do not recognize the new tion that the laboring man pays Uo WJ narmonize To r nri rvice and itecture of little annoyances that are mB Car Tfceaglt Namerona are Pra to keep it i one ing digging cutting shaping split taxes It is just as mischievous a prop Though the country fenUe to Ob Calamity Even your0 moral quali- oeitioivthat the man who lfaiids a tax Sometimes it may tho ar ting intcrjoining They Cmm as riatrue to llusaaa Pa- - rogancy arid inconsiderateness t cmploy ties Hats may sink0 a ship One to the Government local National of may send dcstrucjlior State or other is himself a taxpayer to vl waatover be the fact we all lucifcr match ss 1 admit there are these insect annoyances through a bjock of store houses Cather the full extent of that payment winging their way out from the culi- Â¬ ine do Medicis got her death from smelling f Out of this false premisb grows the Bbooklts March 13 At the Tabernacle nary department If the grace of God be a poisonous rose Columbus by stopping this morning Kev T De Witt Talmage not in the heart of the housekeeper and asking for ao piece of bread and u reasoning thatoothe laborer becomes D D expounded appropriate passages of she can net maintaiuher equilibrium drink qf water at a Franciscan convent necessarily a beneficiary of added tax- Â¬ Scripture He then gave out the hymn The men come home at night and hear the was led to tho discovery of a new world ation the burden of which is castjjpon beginning story of these annoyances and say 01 And there is an intimate connection be the rich and that by reason of the pay- Â¬ 31 ut Jesus bear tbo crow alone these home troubles aro vcrv littlo tween trifles and immensities between ment of the burdens of Government the jd an tne wori go free things They are small small as wasps nothings and everythings taxpayer who is assumed to lie exelfj Not Theres a cross for every one but they sting Marthas nerves were Now be careful to let none of these an if And theres a croas for mo all unstrung when sho rushed In asking noyances go through your soul unar sivcly the property owner is entitled The subject of his discourse was Sting Christ to reprove raigned Compel them to minister to youi to a larger voice in govcrnnfent than I tllngAnaoyanccs and his text Deuterono Â¬ of thousands of Mary and there are tens spiritual wcalfti Tlp scratch of a six- Ihe wage worker women who are dying my vii 20 The Lord thy God will send It is well to recur in the interest of stung to death by these pestiferous do- penny nail sometimes produces lock jaw He said the hornet mestic annoyances The Lord sent the and the clip of a most iniinitesstmal nnnoy truth to the fundamental axiom that It seems as if all the insect world were ance may damage you forever Do notPlct the consumer pays the tax To the ex-Â¬ determined to war against the human race hornet These small insectdislurbances may also any annoyance or perplexity come across tent ofjiis consumption and consump- Â¬ It is every year attacking the jjrain Belds come in the shape of business irritations your soul without its making you better tion generally exhausts his earnings and the orchards and the incyards The Our National Government docs not think thcf man who There are men here who went through Colorado beetle the Nebraska grasshop exchanges his labor for a belittling to put a tax tax 1857 and perjtteKew Jersey locust the universal ing thoir September 2 lbtfi without los - it buckles and a tax onon puis and aindi- fixed wagS or salary is a taxpayer The on shoes balanco who are every day nnpotto5lestroyer seem to be carrying on vidual taxes do not amount to much but in This truth will be more obvious through the work which was begun ages ago when norscu oy mile annoyances a clerks ill ol the use of concrete illustration the insects buzzed out of Noahs ark as the manners or a blot of ink on a bill of the aggregates to millions and millions There- - is a Government tax on whisky lading or the extravagance of a pirtner dollars And I would have you O Chrisdoor was opened put0 a high tariff on every annoy and tobacco The distiller and the to- Â¬ In my text the hornet files but ori its mis- who overdraws his account or the under- tian men your bacco manufacturer pay the sion 1C is a species of wasp swift in its selling by a business rival or the whis Â¬ ance and vexation that come through amount in motion and violent Jn its sting Its touch pering of business confidences in the soul This might innot amount to much ir money to the National treasury but aggregate it would street or the making of some littlo bad single cases but tho VVo have all is torture to man or beast therein they are merely agents of the the cattle run bellowing from tho cut debt which was against your judgment be a great revenue of spiritual strength ultimate consumer for tho tax isadd fsecn lancet In boyhood we used to stand justto please somebody else It is not the and satisfaction A0beo can suck honey panics that kill tho merchants Panics even out of a netjtlc and if you have the ed to the selling price of the article so cautiously looking at the globular nest hungifrom the tree branch and while come only once in ten or tiwijy years It graceof God in your heart you can get that ultimately the man who burs cvery day an- sweetness out of that which would other- whisky and tobacco pays the tax upun A W9 were tookiag at the wonderful is the constant diuof aJ noyances which Is irritate mmyof our rrpstCboard covering we were ntruek best merchants intosending sodyspepsia and wise returned andannoy told me that a Btich portion of these articles as he con Â¬ missionary A nervous sumes with something that sent us shiiek- It is collected from him bythe ng away The hornet goes in swarms paralysis and tho grave When our na company1 of adventurers rowing up the retailer as it was collected from the re- Â¬ were stung death commerce fell pit has captains over hundreds and tionalstood up and lelvflat on its face these Gangesthat region atto certain by flies that1 tailer by the jobber who iu turn was seasons almost defiant but infest tajeatjof them attacking one man will men J produce compelled to pay it to the manufact- Â¬ certain death The Persians at their life is giving way now under tho have seen the earth strewed with the swarm oftheso pestiferous annoyances carcases of men slain by Insect annoy urer because the Government which temptjd to conquer a Christian city but ances The only way to get prepared has the whip hannle will not consent the elephants and the beasts on which the The Lord sent the hornet I have noticed in tho history of some of for the great trouble of life i tc to await the tedious unprofitable pro- Â¬ Persians rode wero assaulted by the hor- Â¬ net so that the whole army was broken up my congregation that their annoyances conquer these small troubles Whai cess of collecting inlinite imally small and the besieged city was rescued This are multiplying and that they have a hun- Â¬ would you say of a soldier who refused tc sums from the great army of iiidiriiU gun otto go into tho conflict be u burning and noxious insect stung out the dred where they used to have ten The load his ual consumers cause was Whites and Canuanitcs from their coun- naturalist tells us that a wasp sometimes am notitgoing only a skirmish saying on Who pays the tax levied upon pro- Â¬ expend my ammunition to try What tho gleaming sword and chariot has a family of twenty thousand wasps The owner carries and it docs seem as if every annoyance of a skirmish wait until tharc comes a gen ductive real estate of war could not accomplish was done by tho puncture of an insect The Lord sent your life bred a million By tho help of cral engagement and then you will see the amount to tho tax volleeting God to day I want to show you the other how courageous 1 am and what battling 1 agency but as a matter of fact he the hornet Tho General would say to nuch himself will do r My friends when we are assaulted by side is but an agent in the Tho hornet is of nouse Oh yes The a man If you are not faithful in a skir- premises for he has tigured in tho behemoths of trouble great behemoths of trouble wo bccouio chivalric and we as- Â¬ naturalists tells us they are very import- Â¬ mish you would be nothing in a genera rental charge not alone a percentatv And I have to tell you oh sault them we get on tho high mettled ant in the worlds economy They kill engagement steed of our courage and make a cavalry spiders and they clear the atmosphere and Christian men if you can not applythe upon me money invented in mi prop charge at them and if Godbe with us we I really believe Godsends tho annoyances principles of Christs religion on a small ertv he rents but also the cost of income out better and stronger than when of our life upon us to kill the spiders scale you will never he able to apply tbeni surance and taxes Thus it is that the householder pajs the tax upon that we want in But alas for these insectile of our soul and to clear the atmosphere of on a large scale If I had my wnyjvith you I would have particular piece of property If tha annoyances of life these foes too small to our skies These annoyances are sent shoot these things withort any avoirdu to us I think to wake us up from you possess all pdfslblc worldly prosper householder is a dav laborer the daT There is nothing that it- - I would have you each one a gardcr laborer is a tax payer upon real prop Â¬ pois weight the gnats and the midgets our lethargy a river flowing through it geraniums and the flies and the wasps and the hor- Â¬ makes a man so lively as a nest of yellow he pays nets In other words it is Mic small jackets and I think that these annoy- and flowers as beautiful as though th erty just as if he uses tax upon whisky thoe articles ances are intended to persuade us of the rainbow had fallen I would have you i or tobacco vsUnging annoyances of our life which The absurd assertion is made in ap Â¬ drive us out and use u up Into tho best fact that this is not a world for us to stop house a snfendid mansiou and the bed in If we had a bed of every tiring that should be covered with upholstery dippec parently re pectable quarters that the conditioned life for some grand and was attractive and soft and easy what in the setting sun I would have evcrj tariff is a tax paid bv foreign maim purpose God sends the hornet You think hall in your house set with statues anr facturers for the privilege of ellinir I remark in the first place that these would wo want of heaven that the hollow tree sends tho hornet or statuettes acd then I would have tho foui goods in the American market f This small stinging annoyances may come in the shape of a sensitive nervous organiza- you think the devil scuds the hornet I quarters of the globe poured in all then is a monstrous falsehood and is The Lord luxuries on your table and you should tion People who are prostrated under ty Â¬ want to correct your opinion have forks of silver and knives of gold in known to be such by the men sent the hornet phoid fevers or with broken bones get Who in the fiit Then I also think these annoyances laid with diamonds and amethysts ThcL who utter it plenty ofsympathy but who pities any pays the duty upon imports body that is nervous ihe doctors say come upon us to culturcour patience In you should each one of you have thi andthe family says and every body says tho gymnasium you find upright parallel finest horscs and your pick of tho equip The importer Anil what does the bars bars with holes over each other for ages of thc world cThen I would havo you importer do about it Adds it to tho alL The sound of a heavy foot the pegs to be put in Then the gymnast takes livo a hundred and fifty years and yoi gelling price of the goods and passe it should nof have a pain or ache until the harsh clearing of a throat a discord in a peg in each hand and he begins to climb to the consumer To the ex- Â¬ music a want of harmony between the one inch at a time or two inches and gel last breatlr Noteach one of usyou say along Yes each one of you Not to your en- tent that ho is a consumer of carpets shawl and the glove on the same person a ting his strength cultured reaches after curt answer amassing sfighChe wind awhile the ceiling AndTit vseems to inc emies Yes the only difference I would wearing apparel window glas iron- Â¬ from the castfcauy one wof Jen thousand that thcsovannoyancesinlifearc a moral make withsthem would be that I would ware salt or any of i00J different annoyances opens the door for the hor- gymnasium each worry a peg by which put a littloextra gilt on their wails and a articles taxed at the custom houses of net The fact is that the vast majority we are to climb higher and higher in little extra embroidery on their slip the United State the wage winner is of tho people in this country are over- Christian attainment Wo all love to see pcrs But you say Why does not Got again a taxpayer with this important rAb I bethink worked and their nerves are the first patience but it can not be cultured in fair give us all these things that where he an to give out A great multitude are un- Â¬ weatner it is a child of the storm myself He Is wiser It would make fool difference domestic manufacture his and sluggards of us if wo had our way article of der the strain of Leydcn who when he If you had every thing desirable and was told by his physicians that if he did there was nothing more to get what No man puts his best picture in tho portict tribute is paid not to the Government not stop working while he was in such would you want with patience The only or vcstible of his house God meant this but to tho manufacturer who by rea- Â¬ poor physical health he would die re Â¬ time to culture it is when you are slan- world to bo only the vestibule of heaven son of the custom house taxation is sponded Doctor whether I live or die dered and cheated and slclcand half that great gallery of the universe toward enabled to increase his price boeausj dead Oh you say if I onlv had tho which we are aspiring Wo must not have foteign competition is hampered to the the wheel must keep going around These persons of whom I speak have a circumstances of some man it too good in this world or we would want extent of the revenue tax bleeding sensitiveness The flies love to I would be patient too Yon might as no Heaven The day laborer is a taxpayer lie Polycarp was condemned to beburnt to light on anything raw and these people well say If it were not for this water In Â¬ are like the Canaanites spoken of in the I would swimor I could shoot this death Tho sako was planted He was is relatively a largp taxpayer text or context they have a very thin cov gun if it were not for the caps When fastened to it The fnggots were placed deed the suggestion may lje advanced eringaud are vulnerable at all points you stand chin deep in annoyances is tho around him the fierce flames kindled with some confidence that the percent- Â¬ time for you to swim out toward the but history tells us that the flame age of his tax payment upon his re- Â¬ And the Lord scat the hornet Again these small insect annoyances great headlands of Christian attainment bent outward like the canvass of a slur source as compared with the percent Â¬ mayjeome to us In the shape of friends and and when your life is loaded to the in a stout breeze so that the flames in age paid by richer men upon their re Â¬ acquaintances who arc always saying dis muzzle with repulsive annoyances that stead of destroying Polycarp were only a agreeable things There are some people is the time to draw the trigger Nothing wall between him and his enemies They source makes him the heaviest taxpayer you can not be with for half an hour but but the furnace will ever burn out of us had actually to destroy him with the iu the land Wherefore he is pro- Â¬ you feel cheered and comforted Then the clinker and the slag I have formed poniard the flames would not touch him foundly interested iu every question of there are other people you can not be with this theory in regard to small annoyances Well my hearers I want you to under- taxation Chicago Herald forfcve minutes before you feel miserable and vexations It takes just so much stand that by Gods grace the flames ol They do not mean to disturb you but trouble to fit us for usefulness and for trial Instead of consuming your soul are Always Somewhere Else they sting you to the bone They heaven Tho only question is whether only going to be a wall of defense and a The Americans are so accustomed to gather up all tho yarn which the we shall take it in the bulk or pulverized canopy of blessing God is going to fulfill gossips spin and peddle it They gather and granulated Here is one man who to you the blessing and the promise as He hearing about the pauper labor of other up all the adverse criticism about your takes it in the bulk His back is broken did to Polycarp When thou walkcst countries that they wouldbc pardoned person about your business about your or his eyesight put out or some other aw through the lire thou shalt not bo burned if they imagined that they were the you shall home about your church aud they make ful calamity befalls him while the vast Now youitlouot understand only people the face of the plant your ear the funnel into which they pour it majority of the people take the thing know hereafter In Heaven you will bless who arc not paupers Every time a They laugh heartily when they tell you as piccemeaL Which way would you rather God even for the hornet paid agent of tiic protected combina- Â¬ though it were a good joke and you laugh have it Of course in piecemeal Better tions opens his mouth he is profoundly too outside These people are brought to have five aching teoth than one broken SPOIL THE BOYS DONT our attention in the Bible in the Book of jaw Better ten fly blisters than an ampuimpressed with the danger which Imllcntlfr of Bath Naomi went forth beautiful and with tation Better twenty squalls than one Order and Tlilinea of loj or Girl the Fro threatens his fellow citizens by reason Character tho finest of worldly prospects into another cyclone There may be a difference of boys things of the pauper labor of otiicr countries Sisters dont land but after a while she came back wid- Â¬ opinion as to allopathy and homeopathy away I Let the you put the up their own boys hang Now there is nothing new in all this owed and sick and poor What did her but in this matter of trouble I llkchome hats and coats and put away their bats friends do when she came back to the city opathic doses small pellets of annoyance balls tennis rackets school books eta If More than two thousand vears ago tho They all wentoutand instead of giving her rather than some knock down dose of they drop them in the hall or on the parlor Emperor Ching Wmg built the Chi- Â¬ common sense consolation what did they calamity Instead of the thunderbolt give floor tell them good naturedly that neither nese wall for the purpose of keeping doJ4 Head the book of Ruth and find out us the hornet mother nor sister nor maid is going to out the paupers of the plains of Tar- Â¬ They threw up their hands and said Is If you have a fiank you would a great put them In their places They aro dear tar and he was so thorough a believer thisjNaomH as much as to say How deal rather that fifty men should come in good fellows and you dont mind doing it in the protectionist doctrine that ho vej yjbad jou lookl When reutercdthe with checks less than a hundred dollars one bit indeed you rather like it But you ministry I looked very pale for years and than to have two depositors come in the must deny yourselves this pleasure Hab destroyed all books that had been You dont want your written up to that time in the hope every year for four or livo vears a hun Â¬ same day each wanting his ten thousand its are masters that his people would never again hear dred times acar 1 wasaskcd if I was not dollars In this latter case you cough and brother to live all his life under the domin In a consumption and passing through look down at the floor and up at the ccil ion of disorderly habits You and your of the outsiders Forty years ago him It would bo a the room I would sometimes hear people ingbeforeyou look into the safe Now my mother ought to cure boy could the pauper labor of the continent every good plan havo the sigh and cry Ah not long for this friends would you not rather have these training of a West Point cadet in orderli was urged as a reason why tho world I resolved in those times that I smalt drafts of annoyance on your bank ness No untidiness allowed in his room people of England should not hao iaever in my conversation would say any of faith than some all staggering demand Every Inch of it must bo in perfect order thjng depressing and by the help of upon your endurance I want to make and he must put it so and keep it so him- cheap corn and bread and for ten years it has done cllicientduty here in the in- Â¬ God I have kept the resolution These you so strong that you will not surrender self How independent and comfortablo terest of the protected monopolists of poople of whom I speak reap and to small annoyance In the village of Uam this makes the man the East Across the international bind ia the great harvest field of dis- - elin tradition says there was an inva Â¬ A word or two now to tho mothers couragemeat Some days you greet them sion of rats and these small creatures Mothers are apt to lot their boys go boundary to the north of us the same Sallie says mother to Bobs sister itU a hilarious Good morning and they almost devoured tho town and threatened old argument that is what it is cone buzzing at you with some depressing the lives of the population and the story put away yourthlngs keep your drawers called has been in use during tho po- Â¬ in order and while you are about It do put teferaatfoa Tae Lord sent the hornet- - is that a pi per came out one day ai d played too Let me whisper litical campaign which has just closed It is astonishing how some people prefer to a very sweet tune and all the vermin fol- away Bobs thingsear a word in Bailies I think you will be In the United States the Canadians are wrke aad to sav disarerl lowed him followed him to the banks of forgiven If you rebel gently and argu paupers In Canada where they have cr waithe case whea years agoHeary he blew a blast and the WescrJund JMHaaiey retHraed after his magnificent they dropped inthen disappeared forever mentativclyf against maternal authority a TOariufactunng interest which only and when ejralattaf lading Doctor David Lirlng Of course this is a fablebut I wish I thingsit commands you tolookafter Bobs asks to be let alone while it plucks the A T JJerild o teajs aBd when Mr Stanley stood be could on the 6wcct flutetof the Gospel natives the Americans arc paupers Toftftae savants of Europe and many of draw forth all the nibbling and burrowing Jtut Kep On I Think of that j e voters who go regu- Â¬ the small critics of the dv n nrtoi- - m rs u annoyances of your life and play them Arago the French astronomer tells In larly too the polls to rivet your own of getting geographical information put down into the depths forever How many his autobiography how in Ms youth he one The- pauper u bub most insoiem questions he folded touches did the artist give to his picture of day became puzzled and discouraged over shackles a little tighter his arms and refused to intirw At tt or nis Heart of the his mathematics and almost resolved to labor of America a bugbear to the cotopaxi vary time when you would suppose all Andes Even I suppose about fifty thousand give up the study He held his pjpor high priced labor of Canada touches I hear the canvas saying Why bound text iiook In his hand Impelled by so That is the cry of tho monopolist an indefinable curiosity he damped the heroism ef the man there were those to do you keep me trembling Tho paupers with that pen- cover of his book and carefully unrolled wherever he is fouud hiss The Lord sent the hornet And cil so long Why dont you put it on in arc always somewhere else the leaf to see what was on tlje other side rwhea afterward that man sat down on onedash No says the artist I know Some day the laborers of all tho It turned out tOcbo a letter 4rom DAlem the westers coast of Afrira l v how to make a painting fifty worn perhaps in the grandest achieve- - thousand of these touchesit will take want brt to a young man like himself disheart- world will sec through this transpar- Â¬ And I ened by th3 difficulties of mathematical wcutoi mc u in me way ox geograpm yon say friends to understand that it is study who had written to him for counsel ent sophistry and down will come tho C luneso walls which heathenism has ral discover there were smalt critic nil these ten thousand annoyances which un- This was the letter Go ever the world to buzz and buzz and cari der God are making up the picture of The difficulties you meet on sir go on uceu uuiuung ior centuries Alien tho resolve them cature ana aeriae mm and when a few your life to be hung at last American policy which originated galleries selves as you advance Proceed and light weeks after that he got the London pa Â¬ of Heaven fit for angels in the in the seraglio of a Chinese prince be- Â¬ to look at God will dawn and shine with ncreasing clearpers as he opened them out flew the knows how to make a picture ness upon your path fore tho dawn of the Christian era hernet When I see that there are so many Arago followed the simple suggestion0 will go by the I go into a sculptors studio and sec him board to give place to a people lathe world who like to say dis- Â¬ shaping a statue He Go on sir go on and became tho first has a chisel inone true American policy of enlightened agreeable things and write disagreeable hand and a mallet astrovlmlcal mathematician of bis age self interest and individual freedom things I come almost in my weaker mo gives a very gentlein te other and he stroke click click Selr Revelations menta to believe what a man said to me in click I say Chicago Herald Why dont vou strike Philadelphia one Monday morning 1 went harder In all lives the highest and the hum Oh J he replies would blest there is a crisistn the formation of that to get the horse that was at the livery and shatter the statue A burglar made a successful haul I cant do It that way character and in tho bent of the disposithe hostler a plain man said to me Mr at the residence of one John Adair in ao it this way go he works on i must tion It comes from many causes and Talmage I saw that you preached to the and after a while yeuog mm yesterday- I said Yes He and every body tha features come out from some which on the surface are even New Jersey the other day and on beÂ¬ that enters tho studio is trivial It may be a book a speech a ser- ing arrested and brought before tho aid No use bo use mans a failure charmed and fascinate The assail insect annoyances of life your soul under process Well God has mon a man or woman a great misfortune court he tried to prove an alibi elaiir of develop- or a burst of prosperity but the result is ing that he was only Robin Adair sometimes come la the shape of a local ment and it is tho little annoyances and the same a sudden revelation to ourm physio trouble which does not amount to vexations of purpose and a selves of our We have no objection to the man peaithreprostratisn but which bothers your Immortallife that are chiseling out nition of our secret long shadowcd recogperhaps but nature click yajlfaaajoC want to feel the best Per click I wonder whylhw click provi- Â¬ not masterful convictions Dltratli who rides a hobby noteventf ho rides O o m ka a sick headache which has been dence does not come it to death We only protest when ro aaJVith one stroke tbapaagm at yearlife and yon appoint prepare you for FootisH I deem him who Heaveav no God says his state is blest rejoices in thinking that takes up the whole road with it Phil one occasion of mirth or sociality or use tha is not the way security for 0 faaeaa and when the clock strikes by strokes of little An so he keeps on fortune like a man distempered In his adclphia Call 2 vexatieas until at last senses leap now this way now that and 0 the aonr you can not make your appear- The difference between ababy and Perhaps the trouble is between the youshallbeagrand spectacle for angels uo man is always fortunate -- Suripide and for saem Yob kaew that a large for- young eaglo is one is rocked in a ear and the forehead is the shape of hange and a MoDsirr it to worth what Irindows rc cradle and the other is cradled on a KabWyoM Mnnlffetwiaf ft er vast -raPchrcttr mar c a painting ihs firs It ursnji a a rook ANNOYANCE I interested liey hn fJ oMbTotioof Â¬ Â¬ T w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 3 ACUTE RHEUMATISM flMxRcn 1S82 wrote a Bhayne 108 o Cripple with lum Â¬ Two Measures for the Prevention or This Prince street N Y bago I tried Bt Jacobs 01 It relieved Painful Conttltutlonal Dltoano November 1 tried again It cured ma Acute rheumatism ism constitutional CJonflrm my statement 163 ho writes disease characterized b fever inflam- Â¬ was completely curod Price fifty cents mation of the larger joints and a tend- Â¬ o ilrs M Pollock 95 Aisquith Street Balti- Â¬ Red Star Cough Cure ency to atLnck the heart and its mem- Â¬ more MJ says Two hundred and thirteen for colds coughs and sorethroat has no branes quaL JPrice twenty fivo cents a bottle persons died from this cause in Massa Â¬ m ftWHAT is tho best way to manage a chusetts during the year 1885 or about ono to even one hundred and seventy man I asks a feminine correspondent Marry him OmaA World nine deaths fronio all causes But a large majority of all cases end in re- Â¬ Ancestry roiterltr covery o It is no longer questioned it is admitted 1 improving The of Rheumatism is produced by thecac that tho blood day manbetter formed have aro of to cumulation of a poisonous material in children better musclo and richer minds than our the blood deposited near the joints ancestors Tho causo of this fact is due mora to the gonoral uso of Dr The disease prevails most largely Iron Tonic than any other source Hartera climates in temperate especially in which 3 tho those is air Lives on tick the man who eight oclock charged with moisture and which Somenill Journal rc characterized by sudden changes cleansed and excited to a The of temperature Liability to the dis- Â¬ healthy scalp isby Halls Hair Itenewer action ease is increased by those occup tions In Consumption the disposition to cough which involve exposure to sudden is diminished by taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral 0 changes of temperature by living in men object to sitting In Juries damp houses and especially by sleep- Â¬ Mast ing in damp rooms or in damp0 sheets and no wonder as jurymen always get t First attacks arc rare after fifty years into a box yearscof age and most common from Balks llonev of Horehound and Tar cures consumption and bronchitis fifteen to thirty Each attack increases CoughsToothache Dropsand in one minute Curo Pikes the liability to subsequent ones0 and Tun lobster lays twelve thousand eggra the danger to life alsorincreases with year Go to the lobster thou heal each attack More males than females 5Z arc affected probably because of their BrowNso Bkonchiai TnocnM great exposure IJiscaso of the heart arCouous to advatitaze to alleviata Coughs used Js tho almost invariable result of re- Â¬ Sore Throat and Bronchial Affections peated attacks anil is the most com A rcceiti50 teller tho newspaper in mou cause of death tcx viewer Motion Traneriit Tho measures of prevention oaro of Iracough disturbs your sleep take two clnes cThe firstnsists in keep Â¬ ing the organs of assimilation and ex- Â¬ risos Curo for Consumption and reiiwslL On the toboggan it is gravity that pro cretion actfvcc the blood in good condi Â¬ tion and the system iu general in the duces the levity Springfisld Union highest state of henlthposiule The Tor Weak Women second consists in avoiding sudden Mrs Lydia E Pinkham Lynn Mass changes of temperature especially ex Â¬ About tho firat of September 1SS1 my posure to cold and wet when heated surL puiy in uamp rooms aim omer con- Â¬ wifo was taken with utenno hemorrhage ditions already named as predispos Â¬ The best styptics the physician could prc scribo did not chock it and she got more and ing causes Congraiatvmnlist m D -- a CANTATAS FOR FLOWER -- hhattesSh5tTn TIME wlYotufjVT11 BUI glrea folSrVnilDS Coiiii 5I2ieT bIht Intersil and enthuiUwS prettT and easily to prepare them e neW CANTATA Classes VOICES OF NATURE Operetta K B Sargxvt FOREST JUBILEE BAND NEW N B8AE01XT MERRY COMPANY Of CADETS FlA FESTIVALBiunBCST0 ArrsnbTjcjohnjon- F mtfflll uuip JiKaELpuwnEi fiomoTHAIRl 1 I r jr tfMek book 0 ct or SUS per doa COLUXCO PICNIC who aaittejn with Terr iweet onKi of Klrda tc- VVwtt minule Floras Kestlral doubled In wuj lie direction will inrely be u ta mother waj the Mtuur Com-a ucceti - OurcewMitlon of VOICE or PRAISE 40 mJr0l- - by KeT- - C L- - Hutcblm Ii cor 2 dlailr Jositaded to all who wish a School ecBok of tho hlgheit character Academic and Sotalnarlee ars al- Z ILaJl0PUa the carefully complied SehMl MaacBoukt of Ilton Co W for UwhUherivhooK MJNO eta M SOT A I NINOKKORKETMO bO for grammar ichooli - ON o HELM Hl cu cts and for PfsrTCjkwli OEMS rOKLITTLESMO liUit wlNliEHf HE6AT CUREFOII ITCHING PILES tTMPTBMI Koisture uiuiuse Itch-worse br fccratchlBc rerrdlstrcMlni If allowed to continue tttBors tuna whim alien bleed and ulcerate becoming Terr HWAYSKS OINTMENT otvpaiicuiuac viovuuausH jgm Ulceration maa ia Kiauy im Jb cases iFmiiTBs uwEaVBM uw m stumors B jmAllxaMI R sJ II 1 e AXTaoosniAiLXDroRBrrAitraice OLIVER DITSON CO BOSTON Co 6G7 Broadway New Tork CBUrsiov k PCll Thr rjMtest quickest safest and most powerful remedy tnown for Ksnimattsra lleurlsy Neuralgia Lum Bwkacha Weakness colds la the chest and all aches n4 pains Endorsed by S OoO 1hysleianj and Drug cists of is highest repute Bensons piasters prompt- Â¬ ly fUcse and rare waere other plaster and ftTMsy asjees Unlronts and lotions are absolutely useless ars of Imitation under similar sonndlnr names Btk a Capilcnm Carnitine as they Cjoeln are utterly worthless and intended to deceive Ask ios o otiieks All dnigrists Baxol 4SO JOUS30 S lToprtetors ew Tork SSASUUY THQUESTMeDOi51rai5aiByiIIJGeCT3 HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IV XMEXICA AXD ECJtOPC tko Till OHIT till THE APRIL NUMBER o or e art De o La Mode lytSmX WILL CONTAIN OlTJURCn 15 THK SW Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ glo--rjo- Â¬ ce Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ us Â¬ well-to-d- o - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ thtr t Â¬ ONLY AFTER DEATH Tfliat AVonilcrs the Mtcrrncopo Hni Dono Tor V No ObllK- to Iile to rind Out Whats Killing Vt One of tho leading scientific publica- Â¬ tions states that many peopio aro now using tho microscope to discover tho real causo or disease m thosvsfm and to de- Â¬ tect adulterations of food and medicines This wonderful lnstrutuMii has saved many n life A micro copical test shows for instance tho present o of nibumen cr tho life of-- th blood in certain derango nientsof tho Inlneys but modicino does not tell us how far advanced the derangement is or whether it shall provo fataL Tho microscope however gtvos us this knowledge Brights disease which so0 many people dread was not fully known untiltho mi Â¬ croscope revealed its chirat tens ics It greatly aids tho physiclni skill si in its use in determining how fir disoa30 has ad- Â¬ vanced and givis a fuller Mea of tho truo structure of tio kidney A noted German scholar recently discov ered that by tho aid of the micros ope tho physician can tell if there is a tumor forming in the system and if certaii anpoar ances aro seen in tho lluijs passed it Is proof poitivo that tho tumor is to be a mahenant one If any derangement of tho kidneys is do tcctcd by tho microscope the physician loOKsfortho development of almost any diseaso tho system Is heir to ani any indi-Â¬ cation of Brights disoiso which his no symptoms of its own an t can not bo fully recognized excent by tho microscipu ho looks upon with alarm This diseaso has existed for mora than KOOO years It is only until recently that tho microscope has revalcd to us us universal prevalence nni fatal ch tract- Tcrsons who formerly died of what was called general debility nervous break down Dropsy parah sis htjart disease rheumatism npplfx etcjire now known to havo really died of kidney disease because had thoro tiocn no disorder of the kidneys tho chances aro that tho effects from which they died would never have existed As tho world becomes better acquainted with tho importin e of tho kidneys in tho himan economy by tio aid of the micro- Â¬ scope thTO is greater alarm sproad through tho communities concerning It and this accounts for the erroneous belief that it Is on the increase As yet neither homcopathist nor allc pathist is prepared with a euro for do ranged kidneja but the world has long since recognized and many medical gentle Â¬ men also rccognizo and prescribe Warners siifo cure for tlieso dcr mgements an i ad Â¬ mit that It iQ tho only sp ufie for the com mon and advanced forms of kidney dis orders Formerly tho truo causo of death was discovered only after death To day tho microscope shows us ia the water wo pass tho dtngcrous condition of any organ in tho body thus enabling us to treat it promptly and escape premature death As tho microscope in tho hands of lay menhas revealed many diseases that tfio medical men wero not av iro of so that preparation like many other discoveries in mediclno and scionc was found out by laymen outstdo tho melical code consequently it comes very hard for medi- Â¬ cal men to indorsa and prescribe it Nev ertheless Warners safo euro cont nun to grow in popularity and the evidences of Its effectiveness aro seen on every hand Some persons claim that tho proprietors ehould givo the medical profession tho formula of this remedy if it is such a Ood send to humanity and let the physicians and public judgo whether or not it bo so rocognized We however do not blame them for not publishing tho formula even to got the recognition of tho medical profession Tho standing of the men who manufacture this great remedy is equal to that of tho majority of physicians and tho reason that some doctors givo fornotad pting and prescrib ing it vis that they do not know what its Ingredients are Is absurd Mr Warners statement that many of thfl ingredients aro expensive and that the dosiro of the unscrupulous dealer or prrscriber to realize a largo profit from Its manufacture by using cheap or injurious substances for thoso ingredients would Jeopardize its quality and reputation and that Warners safo euro can not bo mads in small quantities on account of the ex Â¬ pensive apparatus necessary in compound- Â¬ ing theso ingrcdl nts seems to us to be a coasonablo and suflHeit one The universal testimony of our friends and neighbors and the indisputable evidence that it and it alone his complete mastery over all diseases of tho kidneys is sufficient explanation of its extraordinary reputation and conclusive proof that it is perhaps the most beneficent discovery known to scientific medicino sinco the microscope revealed to us the all Important nature of the organs it is designed to reach and benefit Ionr more enfeebled She was troubled with Prolapsus Uteri Leucorrhoca numbness of the limbs sickness of tho stomach and loss of appetite I purchased a trial bottle of 5 COLORED PLATES your Vegetable Compound he ad the ALLTUS LITEST riBH jlSD SIW ionic rismoss could ducortr a ralutafj ejjtet Jrotn the Jirt dose Now sho is comparatively freo from Order it of four New tho Prolapsus Stomachs sickness c US dralcror rend to cunts for latent number Tho hemorrhage is very much better and is W JM0BSE Publisher icss at the regular periods Her appetite a Ka it 13th bu New Tork Is restored and her general health and strength ftro much ImproveJ IVc feel that WESTERLY GRANITE we have been uondrjully benefited and our IiIMTTED hearts are drawn out in gratitude for tho Office 10 West 23rd Street New Ycrk City samo and iu sympathy for other sufferers Contractors for all kinds of Building for whoso sakes wo allow our names to be ments work in Genuine Westerly and and Monu other high I C W EATON Thurston N Y trade Granites Illrect importer of rollshed used umes miters and Monuracntn In the Celebrated The Compound is put up in Pill Lozenge eettklted bra aitr Kstlniat- promptly furnished and Liquid form All sold by druggists Tho Pills and Lozenges sent by mail on re- WMIESMiO W08B SSIif-tUceipt of prii e Spring Styles IIP If Will jrarlfr tit BLOOD tsmlats the LIVES and KIOMCYf ansi Bcstobb the HIALTHandVia U7apapataWtBl uaoi oiAPpsxiui jnoiaawioni aeioi raung oasarui ana tinanones ao BoiuieiT euraa siue us aad Bcrres aw fore EallTensthfalad and somliss Brainpower SuBartnji tram complaint 1 cnllar tothlr awillflns ITCR BAKTZK S ZJtOK TONIC a saf aad speedy cur thr eompUxloa Frsquant attempt at counurfeti Ins only add to th popularity of tho original D Botexprlmant t the Oniontil ajtd BUT g Or HARTErV WLLS LIVE k Cure ContlpatlonIJTr Comnlalnt and SlekB Bampl Do and Drsaa lookl Hadaeh Imaiua oaraeelpt of two cent In poatac THEDRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St Louis Mo TONIC iuuib rclr OlTaelrhat IRON nui I JMICP bwLf ICO Cfl V PySthfFlfEICHT Irsa Users SKeT Searlsis Btaaa Tar Bass aad Beaia Bi Ite JONES Tom Â¬ Wriii Scale - 0Q9COLUMBUS -- r MM M ttrytfsScil Far srespris list ssssusa UU paper aal kiArtm JOItt IF IMIHSBTII BINtJUA llTONN T Â¬ Dr Win IImUs llaUuni far the Lanx cures conch colds pneumonia asthma whooptuc coiiRh ar l all die C3 of the Throat Ckctt and SCfc I tins leadlcgtoComtiraptlon Price 3 and II 00 Illuminated book furnished freo John FUEXnr Co New Tork LOU -- - MANURE SPREADERS Â¬ harheam at forrader out ana tne only kind that can be attacked to oia wagons- - All sirs vJWWwriJ iiYnrrnnted fn IRWuaB smsatlaul saw iiAav4 wSMKaSBMaMswflsBswrsflVVS MXWAKlt MAlUUC OO COLUMBUS OHIO SI VS FARM WAiillHg r7M OVEX TO SETTUlKS BER LANDS N MAILKU 1KEE Addrea EXVSS 33 X ST PAlU MUrK Land Vm A WjwVMKTH nKOTA MONTA m S IIAIIOWA8HICTONaa Lead oREOlie Free Csitrsaesl la ta and Law I rice Railroad I an4s THE BEST Narthersi Pnelle Caaatry CRAZINO aa4 TIIM- IAGRICULTURAL I I PablleatlasM with Hssa SklllX Jtseribla MIXMattrru HIJw fHIL Tyra3QJsr COCKLES CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couah Syrup Tasteicood Uee in lime zoia oy urufitA Â¬ Â¬ Dn Joieph a Sbwaixs TneATtE ov THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY HH HOG CHOLERA1 ts PISEVKNTIOX Indication Fref from torlirer onjr Pure VrseuUoetcI ijrrrdlents Jlercuryi anil CUKE conUias Aicmt Sen Free CSJovei A Co Dloomlngton III cuva x ciiTTiTuN aew touk PILLS Â¬ lWPIIAMH ASTHMA aPEGiriC gitrs prtntixsutTe relief ta leery esse svJir1r stj DOhhASTHMA T rorriAV u4umbltum YIAn SindolJTlDnicU UalU nJ CLBhS all ClBABLK Cases Mtuill ttablUke4TWTNTT IKkkUEfor sol rmphlt m d4 rte Pacasfs a co TKIAL 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Claremont nealth 100 FARMS forale SWInd booming society Â¬ Bulle markets City and County tin for stamp ALEX LESLIE Washington InO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -The followlns- words in praise of Dit Pierces Favobite Pbescriptios ns a remedy for those delicate diseases and weak Â¬ nesses peculiar to women must be of Interest to CTery 6uncrer from 6uch maladies They are fair samples of the spontaneous expressions with which thousands give utterance to their sense or gratitudo lor tho Inestimable boon of health which has been restored to them by th6 uso of this world famed medicine Mrs Sophia F Boswell TT7itte CottagcO John E Seoau ot MtUeribech Yan writes I took eleven bottles of your Fa- Â¬ Threw Away writes My wire had been suffering for two or three vorite Prescription and one bottle of your years with female weakness and had paid Pellets I am doing my work and have been Her out one hundred dollars to physicians with- Â¬ for some time I have had to employ help for Thrown Away out relief She toolc Dr Pierces Fnrorito Supporter about sixteen years before 1 commenced takaÂ¬ Prescription and it did her more good than ing your medicine I have had to wear all the medicino riven tn hr thn nhnl suDiiortcr most of tho time this I have laid dans during the three years they had been practicing upon her aside and feel as well aa I ever did Mrs Geo roe Herger of irestfitUl JV rU I was Mrs Mat Gixasox of iftinfax Otlava Co leucor- The Greatest wntcs ocanng-uown a great sufferer from contin- Â¬ rnea Your FaTorite - writes pains and pam ii if u nib Mich- worked wonders in my case Prescription ually across ray back Three bottles of your has Having taken Again she writes Earthly Boon Favorite Prescription restored me to per- Â¬ Wonders tles of the Favorite Prescription several bot Â¬ I have re fect health I treated with Dr for nlrlr months wifhmtr nvivtnf uiv rwnfnt mv health wnndrrfullr to the astonish rainni The Favorite Prescription Is the greatest earthly boon to us ment of myself and friends I can now be on my feet all day poor suffering women attending to the duties of my household e -- - - 3- - 100 -- Â¬ -- THE MARKETS CINCINNATI - Â¬ Choice Butrncrs HOGS Common viood Packers t5HEEr Good to cboiee KLOUR Family OKAIK Wheat No 2 red Ho i red- Corn No 2 mixed Qat No 2 mixed HAi Timothy No 1 TOUACCO Medium Leaf Good Leaf PROVISIONS-Pork-Mcss liIVE STOCK Cattle Comrnont 385 March 15 M 3T5 4 85 Qi CO VO 5 65 4 00 8 85 ft5 Ct fc523 c3C5 W 81 S4475 Many times women call on their family physiciaas suffering as they Imagine one from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain hero or there and in this way they all present allko to themselves and their easy going and indifferent or over busy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which he prescribes his pills and potions assuming them to be such when in reality they are all only symptom caused by soma womb disorder The physician Ignorant of the cause of suffering encourages bis practice until large bills are made The suffering complications A proper fiatlent gets no better but probably worse by reason ef the delay wrong treatment and consequent disease thereby dispelling medicine Pierces Favorite Prescription directed to all those eawe would have entirely removed the distressing symptoms and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F MortQAX of 71 Lexington SU Mrs O F Snuocz MalVelevs Physicians Eat Jiodnn Afaw says Ao Five years ago 1 IJCALWS ofACnttal Mich writes I was troubled with was a dreadful sufferer from utcrtee troubles female weakness leucorrhea and falling of the Having exhausted the skill of three phy- Â¬ Failed womb for seven years so I bad to keep my bed Doctors for a good part of the time 1 doctored with aa sicians I was completely ducourmfed and so on i couia wivn auncuity cross me room spent large saw alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and of money butarmr of different DBTsiclaas aad but my fiusbam using the local treatment recommonded in his Cosunon Sense persuaded me received no lasting benett At was loath to do try your medicines which I Medical Adviser I commenced to Improve at once In three because I was to said months I was perfectly cured and have had no trouble since I they would do prejudiced against them and the doctors ray husbaad that If me no good I wrote a letter to my family paper briefly mentioning bow my he would get me some of youranally told I would try them meslicinea health had been restored fluid otririaaaocrvAaniUnajriciilAxa mivlavat mr phystotsa Be got me six bottles of the to any ono writing mo for them and cnelotino a upnpcd-cn-veUravorite Prescription also six bottles of theDlscoverr for for reply I have received over four hundred letters ten dollars I took three bottles of Discovery aad four of In reply Ihve described my caso and the trcatasent used Favorite Prescription and I have been a sound woman for four and havo earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great years I then gave the balance of the medidae to sister who many I have received second letters of thanks statiag that they was troubled in the same way and she cured herself ia a short had commenced the use of Favorite Prescription had sent the time I have not bad to take any Bsedictoe bow for almost 150 required for the Medical Adviser1 and had applied tho four years local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and were Buch better already TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE 3 Cre fiu Mwfrjsr bt 8 e 3jj r oo 8 so 18 25 an oo SMS 50 2780 9S0 7 ai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 03 25 APPLES Prime per barrel M Per bushel POTATOES NEW YOltiv 2 15 fl2 fO FLOUK State and Western GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago OlUft 91 H No2red W CI 49V Corn No 2 mixed f Ct 4i Oats Mlxcd 15 25 ctI5 73 PORLC Moss- 7 05 Steam LARD Western JillUAUU Gf 13 00 FLOTJR Wisconsin winter 81 U Kj GK VrINo Wheat No 3 red 78 77JS 1 i rhleacro snrine v Xara mme meaui BTJTTEH Oioice dairy Choice to Fanry Creamery 23 25 2 75 50 3TJ S3 27 The treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach indi-Â¬ of those chronic weaknesses and distressing gestion bloating and eructations of gas ailments peculiar to females at theInvalida As a KootsaiiiaT and strcHgtbeHlBs Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N YM nervine Favorite Prescription Is un- Â¬ has afforded a vast experience In nicely equalled and is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous excitability irritability adapting and thoroughly testing remedies for the cure of womans peculiar maladies exhaustion nmslratinn hvaiprkL smaasna Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and other distressing nervous symptoms Is the outgrowth or result of this great - and valuable experience Thousands of- - organic disease of the womb It induces testimonials received from patients and rcfresning sleep and relicres mental anx- irom pnypicmns who nave testea a in tne icit suiu aesponancy more atrirravated and obstinate cases which Br Plerccu Favorite Prescription had baffled their skill provo it to be tho ia a legitimate medicine carefully most wonderful remedy over devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful the relief and cure of suffering women It physician and adapted to womans delicate is rot recommended as a ctire aU but organization It Is purely vegetable in its as a most perfect Specific for womans composition and perfectly harmless in its V effects in any condition of the svstcm peculiar ailments Â¬ rmKn No2 r 2 5Ms Hit Â¬ PORK Mess 20 00 two CtZ 37 V4 21 10 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BALTftlORE FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat So 2 rAwfiTtTPil Oats Mixed PROVISIONS-Pork-M- ess CATTLE First quality fjot 5 63 id C Â¬ 00 4 75 75 at a20 43i 00 asoo 7 12 fiO Ira aresrnaacy M Favorite Prcacriptkm is a a mothers cordial relieving nausea weakness of stomach and other distressinsr symptoms common to that condition Ir its use is kept up m the latter months of gestation it so prepares the system for deÂ¬ livery aa to greatly lessen and many times almost entirely do away with the BtuTeriasa of that trying ordeal Favorite PreseripCIeroV when taken in connection with the uso of Dr Pierces DaMak UAtf1lMl THaViffit anil sssall la live doers of Dr Pierces Purgative Pellets Little uver miv cures uver Kidney aad Bladder diseases Their combined use also removes Mood taints and abolishes can- Â¬ cerous and acrotulous humors from the system Favorite Prescription is the oaly Favorite Prescription is a posl medicine for women sold by druggists As a powerful InTigoratlns tonic CBPB for the most complicated and nnder a paaitlve narajMee from the wjiole system T5i it imparts strength to tho and to the uterus or womb and its ap obstinate eases of leucorrhea or whites manufacturers that it will give satisfac pendages in particular Forooverworked STCMBiIl20wn at monthly periods pain- Â¬ tion in every case or money will be re-Â¬ worn out run down debilitated teach- Â¬ ful menstruation unnatural suppressions funded This guarantee has been Printed or falling or the womb weak on the bottle wrapper and faithfully car- Â¬ ers 0miliners dressmakers seamstresses ek remale weakness anteversion rc ried out for many years Large kettles shop girls housekeepers nursing moth- Â¬ version bearing down sensations chron- Â¬ 1100 doses ers and feeble women generally Dr 100 or six kettles far Pierces Favorite Precriptioncistlbe great Â¬ ic congestion inflammation and ulceration 500 earthly boon being unequalled r a an 2f2WOBb inflammation pain and ten est Send ten cents in stamps for Dr appetizing cordial and restorative tonic It JerBeas in ovaries accompanied with In- - Pierces large illustrated Treatise MB promotes digestion and assimilation of food psges on Diseases of Women WOKLIPS DISPENSARY JtEBiCAJL ASSOCIATION If e 663 Main Street aKJITAI Address H Y THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE i i vy- v - i ty o o CtalagltklS ttls gt - iTVWheat u rorn Mlxed No2 Qats mixed INDIANAPOLIS - reJJ - Ci 35 37H 2SU LOUISVILLE Why did the Women o fiSPH0T0Srg send A BUI1UM roadway Ksw d -- JttaM - FLOUR A No 1 No Vheat GRAIN Com mixed mlxod Oats pnRK Mess i red - W0 IS-- S LaRD Steam TOBACCCCotnmon Ltig jltdinm Leal - -- V -1 o 40 Si 15 00 com 50 - 850 on to t o of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 o fir Buy a cake of Lenox and you willioon understand why 3 Tir RUPTURE iseecus atforTuti eriuiarutumraetions Si sTamteaweythjj6T UaesaotaaserUe 5 TtlA BAT bonssfact I na FREE Writs A N K E wnrrrRn wrcf that stats tm TS IHS MmimmnMrF a J 1 l -- - - J -- wrttaJ Kt e - j j M iJ t - O o o O r- - J O c o O 0 O o re o o oo o 0 0 T o O O 5L JH JEn m 1 D yp re- - nw f9 1 will Jim Jsk Www Ek ILKa We have on exhibition our elegant stock of Dry Goods and Trimmings to match These Goods niv all imnnrtnrL unci noninrise the very latest stvles andean onlv he found innKe large retail house in cities See our superb figured Satins which are entirely new Also our line of imported Satteens Hindoo Cloth anil other Novelties Al0o noto the new and elegant designs in thelighter fabrics Remember Padan Bros stylish fitting Shoes for Ladies also the Hess 85 and James Means 3 Shoes for Men best in tneworm wcKeeptne j - 0 o fc WHICH WILL fLOCAL NEWS President Clevclaml will be CO years old to day Artists Tabe Colors and Brashes at -- Trm nm - ITSELF EVERYBODY Â¬ Â¬ COJEUDXJUZjIT ITVITETDo - nsrll CJJ Lahdbujis Wheat all over the county continaes to look promising Dont fail to drop in aud see the lovely goods and great bar Maxwells rains at Alexauder Grand Opening on Monday and Tuesday n ext marl8 r Congress will not be called into an extra seeaiou Grorer 1ms had enough in the regular dose Latest XbveltieJu Mens and Boys Spring Suits at J Axbebgs Sons marll st And the office still pursues him is what is said of several gentlemen whose names are being canvassed for Legislative honors Maxwell are Alexander showing big bargains in Shoes and Slippers They offer a Ivid Button Shoe at Too well worth tlJSO and a Kid Opera Slipper for 50c worth 100 niarlS You whoe assessments have been raised shouhltuke heed and attend the next meeting of the City Council if you feci aggrieved A bir lot of CuKtom made -- ITS DELIOAOV OF FLAVOR And the efficacy of its action have rendered the famous liquid frait remedy Syrup ot Figs immensely popular It ultimately tempt private corapan up the cloggedcleanses and tones ami foverish sys ies nuders chartercil privilege tem dispels headaches colds aud to build good roads aud thereby fevers cures Constipa levy toll upon the public for gen Â¬ tion Dyspepsia Habitual many ills aud the erations to come depending on a weak or inactive condition of the Kidneys Liver CJood Reftnlia lu Kvcrjr Cum and Bowels For sale in oO cent D A Bradford wholesale paper dealer and 1 bottles h C U Landrum of Uliattannosa Tenn write that he DruggiM Clinton street Hickman Brionk- - a1irf- with a aerere cotd that Ivy T uauiiiatiun only bv the eeitled on V lungs had tned mnj rem- - I bis San Being Induced to WMonua I iff Srup Co edies without benefit Â¬ Â¬ - have too many laws is a popular saying bat notwithstanding this is true new law that is a good law is al ways needed Hence the atten tion of candidates for Legislature should be directed to an improv Â¬ ed county road law In this section of Kentucky a sentiment is rapidly developing that will some time in the future put oar prin cipal county roads into the hands of private companies with toll gates confronting our farmers and citizens in every direction As a matter of fact the CotjeikeIs opposed to such a condition of affairs But our section is improv- Â¬ ing rapidly in population wealth and production capacity better roads are becoming a necessity and our history will be precisely the history of older sections re- Â¬ peated that is if tho people and counties do not adopt a system to secure good roads the neces- Â¬ sity of trade and productions will NVe now t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to help adverrtise any Â¬ thing that pertainsto tho advan Â¬ tage development or improvement of Fulton county the town of Hickman Fulton Jordan Cayce or any other homo point or neighborhood and it knows that the papers published at Fulton with their characteristic enter urise and liberality will cheer Â¬ fully and euthnsiasticaly do the same Therefore if the young mon of the county will summon the pluck industry and courage to take hold of live enterprises that will cause them and their homes to prosper we are ready to stand by them old croakers to reward Â¬ The Courier statds ready eagerand anxious without fee or COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS IIickjian Kv March 8j 1S87 SMITH ELLISON CO P andBuckner Council met-- Present Councilmea Wit-tin- iCole itephens Brown Kingman IN THE RING THIS ME I The Mayor teihf- - absent Councilman Witting waa called to the chair The minute of tho la t meeting were read approved and signed 3 ACCOUNT ALoWKDl Wish to announce that they are now ceiving their entire stock of re- Â¬ Tha following account was pretested properly approved and on motion waa allowed and check ordered issued for the cniount T V Wallace pulling bruh inofilll60 TaKASUKEKa aeroftT The City Treasurer presented his report or the month of February which waa or- Â¬ dered filed ASSESSMENTS tlAlSES Will a Hud Httfal We have just received a full line of the celebrated - Banner Bros Clothing Almost the whole mercantile world is acquainted with the reputation of this House Its being conceded by all that they make up the best fit- ting and the most desirable line of Goods that go out of New York or any other city We flatter ourselves that we have the handsomest line of Clothing that was ever shown in Hickman These are not low price Goods neither are we selling them at costj but are willing to let therri go at a reasonable close profiL We can fit the lean hianj the middle man the short fat man and all men except the bandy shank and thc- Before you pay a high knock kneed man our pants all straight tariff tailor bill give us a call and we can guarantee you a perfeet fit and as handsome a pattern as you could desire For the accommoda tion of those who may want a f the contrary notwithstanding New and invite an inspection of shine 3000 ituion Miii hlleu Andercon raised on rei 200 drnre n 50 D Uliumett rnedon low J A HaUr 175 On motion the Council proceeded to re Â¬ vise tbe folio wa tor 1SS7 K C Alexander raised under equal- - LM1ST 1EVELTIES NEW 4A C Ladies and Missed Slippers and Tiesnoxr ready for sale at tnarll 3t The Tennessee Legislature has passed a bill making it a misdemeanor to Jceep open barbershops and bath rooms ou Sunday See that Suit for men at 300 worth double the money maris Â¬ Â¬ Alexander Maxwell It seems that Padncah is about to enjoy a real live boom a three million dollar bridge and several trans Ohio rulniads buiug considered certainties A nice line of tho latest Nov cities in Gouts Furnishing Goods Call and see them J Ajirekgjj Sons marll 4t Mr R C Alexander has just returned from tho markets of the - I t Inrnn pitiAS nnl A lVti Milnr u i Ma Maxwell have since been reeeiv- iug a more elegant line of good than they have ever purchased on any former trip Our County Democratic Committee ought to take some action us to having Fulton comity represented in the State Gubernatorial Convention The State Committee recommends that the comities make expression ou Saturday April 23 and we presume our Commit teoVill so order Opening New Spring Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vj-ready announced for represent bt atives aiiil State Senators but Jl none the less it is evident that efforts are being made to bring ouf other candidates Why Tho Courier is not prepalred to an Dont you tell it for a fact swer hut it does know that0 cerfor the Courier has grave doubts tain persons havecbeen urged to Probably about the truth of it and can hard- - become candidates the cause is a desire merely to Iv believe that it will be realized but yet there is a straight tip or j lmt soe hT in the race a crooked tip alioat that a svudi j SVHUP OF FIGS cateisto bu organized to buy i large body of laud contiguous to Manufactured only bv the Califor the new railroad depot tliata new j fj Svrnn Co San Francisco town is to be founded thereon jal is Natures Own true Lax- maisomo iouror uve lactones are atire It s the mot easily taken among the probabilities under the and the most tU UHiilv effective encouragement and patronage ot remedy known to cleanse the svs- - C3WS CGBJISa the syndicate that some baltMoz tem when bilious or costive to en brick store houses freed from disnel headaches colds aud fe corporate tavatiou will follow the vers to cure habitual constipa factories and that the syndicate tion indigestion etc For sale in will erect quite a number of cot- - o0 centi and SI 00 bottles by C tages for the use of employees U Landrum dtuggst Ciinton Please call and examine our i rm it street Hickman Ky No trouble to show Goods Couuieu catches but in all courtesy it has not sulhVient confi many booming There are so Respectfully dence in the realization to advise towns these days that boom ground iu that lo have become too coirmon and are the owners ot cality to raise more than ol per losing their sensational effect on cent on present valuations and tho public I them people make neither should the out town resi and lose a great deal of money dents become unduly alarmed It is donbttul if artificial stimu But tocbe on the safe side to be lants can create real wealth but in with the beginning of the boom there is no doubting that such watch tho effect of this revela whoons and hurrahs do cause the tion and make some notes of transfer of holid capital wealth passing events froiu on locality to another Â¬ a few Lotties Sinctj whiea tme he has ued it in his family for all Coughs and Cold vsitli reulL Tbiais the experience of thousand whoe lie ba7ej bp-- aVe1 bJ thii Wonderful Ducoery rial H01 frte at c- - A- - Holcombri Jrug at ore bjr use of tr Ur Kinds New Discovery for umptiondid so anl wa enlirel cured Con- - 1iauclSCO Cal We have good material al Â¬ rxx ox ncui V u W I Watch 23 4oo Mrs K tlavis reduced on lots 100 ieorge Kflinfjer raided on lot Uray 100 Iartlow a3 eeeed on shop- W H Gardners heirs raised on iota 100 fiO It M Ister raised on loig i 60 Sme for wife raied oflloU W C Johnaon raised on lot-leO H C Jude rai ed on saloon 1000 200 Mrs Marj Knoerr reduced on lots Muh A ahav rauedon store 1000 50 on hore It E Milt A M IVrry raided on lot 100 Ijmu Partlow raiscl on loti 100 W U Powell for L-- Jteid aa fed 100 on liU Mrn LVlMumraer raintion lots 300 A Dougla i VERY CHEAP SUIT ou a MEDIUM PRICE SUIT - u we still carry ah extensive line of these Goods We can accommodate you in price Also full line of Childs Boy- and Youths Clothingi Give us a call and see what we can do for vou Yours as ever Pjr John Kinpwood raided on mules Same C c ome unuer itjuaiumun f00 15 150 50 PLATJT BROS CO vsSS9 horse Â¬ L Randle for Nelson heirs rais Â¬ ed under equalization Sme forSaml Landrums heirs raided on J of lot 17 li Shaw rated on lots Mr E Hnnth reducetl on lot mith Ellison Co raised on store M 750 100 Â¬ 200 100 A Lowest Prices I li Evsiy Department New Stock 1000 150 200 150 125 a - B SJI HiSSlS3HBfete COLORED I LIST i i C E i I John Priest Chaa Shelby FThoinp on Iichoe raised on loU it ii DEALER IN J Winmon C s Rami us Williams J Gardner Cr Wiler C B Wilson J 150 60 DRUGS MEDICINES BOOKS STATIONERY and School Supplies Fancy GOODS T0Y8 and PICTUBESj 75 SUNDRIES PAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS for iledical ust 70 9 CO AGENT FOE THE 1 1 On motion ordered that all perons who object to the above revision of tbeir rtiwess nientsaajear before the Council at their reat regular meeting on Tueisday cventng Â¬ A I the 22ndintant and make their com plaintfi after nhich time no change in as ftjments will be made On motion tbe Council adjourned Attest W L SIcCUTCIIEN C C WHITE SEWING MACHINE PEESCRIPIIONS A SiECIAILT Y R L MOORE can be found over Powells Grocery to attend night calls Â¬ Â¬ R j MURRELL Up MRS- - ATTORNEY AT LAW OSte tntr oter CowglHs Drog Store If AtfM 3 s GARDNER o DEALER IX Â¬ -- Â¬ SMITH ELLISON riLVBRIZINO CO llICKMANt Fir t Judicial District marlSJ KY SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS Will practice in all tbe Courts of tbe AdmiuiatrntorN IVotice All perons indebted to the estate of Kobert W Matson deceased are requested to come forward and pay up and save cost and all persons who hold claims against bin estate are notified to prove and file tbe same as required by law This March 14 1687 J H THOMAS Adinr I St if I I MR BUOHANAN is now in the c Eastern cities buvin his Spring and Summer stock of at Dry Goods lie buys strictly for J Ambeecti Sons cash and gets the Bottom Prices The Indies on everything he buys Circuit Court adjourned Sat- Â¬ may look for something elegant in urday evening last about 9 p m the Dress Goods line and at prices atfter the argument in the Linden that will astonish the natives lie Reid case was concluded Judge intends to buy a large stock and Marshall special Judge will an- Â¬ sell at bed rock prices If you nounce his decision in tho case want to save money and get sub at the August term of the court Rumor again has ita that the there being some doubt as tn his Governincnt engiieers of the stantial and fctylish Go jds be sure authority to announce a decision Mississippi River Survey have de- and give him a call before jbuying in vacation cided that it is absolutely necea- W AHeiiii Dentist will We have 10 Doz Corsets sary to build a levee from the make his regular vjsit to worth 50c that we are selling at bluffs at Hickman to the highlands next week Remember Hickman that he is P Uolrit ifaml in liroviillt tllf o 25e jv iu I ii u Alexander Maxwell livir from cnt tin o tlironsh Jfo Of every month Go have your teeth Slongh on this side and it is ar marlSJ OQlce ut0 Lacledo House gued that such cut would destroy filled Trouble is threatened in the navigation of the river In low Muhlenberg county over the at Well no If you really know al The temp to collect the tax upon the water tells theCourier which ex- - that no one will believe what you ways railroad debt Three hundred iaggerateBjdoeR truth and never the tell them why of conrse there is for not HM aiare reports ia earn- at irmn oi wii report vouchptuun ii no hbp for you to advertise 3our imii Greenville tbe county seat who for what is worth It does be- business Aii advertisement is it declare that they will resist with lieve however that such a levee simply a business man talking to arms if necessary all efforts to would do more good than all the the public his promises to them collect the tax work at PlumcPoint done by the aud if such a one kuowsthat he Mr Jack IJurdick ist building River Commission which cost can not and will not keep his a telephone line from Hickman to several million dollars aud it does promises why ofconrse it canc Keel foot lake a distance ef aboat aay if the levee in ever built that not benefit him but will absotea Htilee and it it expected to be there will he acrailroad on it with lutelyo injure him ino trade ready for use in a few weeks The iiio 30 days after permission is o Some ngly if not worse fish trade ef the lake the largest given shooting affairs are frequent oc- Â¬ part of which is controlled by n- An End tn Hone Scrnplne Edwnl Shepherd of Harridhurg III Ha-inay received eo much benefit from Electric Hitter I feel it niv duty to let siflerine humanity know it-- IIstc had a running re on my leg for eight year my doctors told me I would haTe to have she bone raped or Jeg amputated I used inatead three bottle of Electric Bitters and seven bores Bucklena Arnica Salve and my leg is nownnml and well Eltctric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bat-Â¬ tle and Bucklens Arica SiUe at 5o per box by C A Holcombc AUB HARKOWI Newspapers Periodicals Magazines Stationery c Books A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order inar8 3t BLACKSMITHING WAGON J 8 LATTUS REPAIR SHOP KI xox- THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A HOLCOMBE -- HICKMAN rVi - BEALEK Â¬ tti ii ri --- ffiSPSBBa-1CLOD CRUSHER AND LEYELER 1 1 k mJJt jkJ u y - - - -- tin w t i All Hod of Farm Machinery jPIowb repaired on short notice and in workmanlike manner New Wagons c made ta order feblS Wagons c DRUGS MEDICINES TAINTS AID DMliS 3ws AIw we arc Airenti for the SALE AND LIVERY STABLE PRESCRIPTIONS OB T TYLEK CARh FJi ii Prut C0MP9VNDMBI K L AUCXAJTDJW Â¬ CHAMHON WefWe marlSJ EARVETirS al I AKD EINtERS t Faius 5 Parker for hii il niaVn it to you- - Intere t t cal 0 Â¬ HKTM BIJOSDepot arNew N particilir so Â¬ KBXjI A BILiE I E- - nd HACK8 IIORSE8 BUGGIES Having purchased the stable horses and entire outfit of W B Plammer we popose to continue tbe business sod solicit patronage 0 W W R0BETS0N Mayfielif Ky H F KEEPS sale KENTUCKY STREET constantly on hand Prest H BUCHANAN Y HICKMAR BANK UIFKMAH KY r sir Mr Burdick and shipped frjm Hickman demands this connection Mr Burdick shows pluck aud enterprise in its construction Judge R S Murrell who has worthily established the character of beine a faithful prompt and responsible attorney adds to this record the complement of being a splendid advocate at the bar He prepares his cases well and usu ally wine He enjoys a good prac tice which is increasing and which lie will hold So mote it be Â¬ ATTOKNEYS-lT-1iT- T Monday night some color- Â¬ Ha a man splendid itock of the very bcbX makes of all kinds of Hardware ed womeiP who were in tho street - - KY liicli are ottered it OXF PllIK and that the very lowest the market c HICKMAN near Judge Raudle74 residence Will practice in all tbe Courts of the All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented pwere scattered by some one justifies o First Judicial District lively cure Piles or bo pay required It throwing uncus at tliem aiift as sepl7 is Ruaranteel to rive perfect satisfaction one of them ran in Judge Rumlles 1 ormoBey refunded Prlc25 cesti per box yard a pistol shot was fired the ckH c Arsuea Halve currences after night in Hick- Â¬ S Hickman Ky IIawkihs CAPITA -- 50000 rata of per cent three or four months discounted at tha RoberlsDn Hawkins Being rtguUrly organized and readr for business we respectfully olicifthe pitrMtf of all- - All colllections made for epositoni free of chaige ApproYtal Pper rtlaniag ThtBest Salve in toe world for Cuts Braises Sorts Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains iorng ami an okih eruptions anl posi For sale by C A Ho I combe per aaaaai ROOFING A SPECIALTY A A-- rot l o B- - M TYLER Â¬ line of Carpet samples Please all md exasiine them We have aerfjl atylev to select from than yeawfll ind elsewhere and by ar Method of selliag wo can afferent sell at lower prices Our last seasons samples we now offer Try cheap for Bugs c Mew BMXTH - New Carpets New Carpets I nave just received a complete The river has been falling at Hickman rather slowly siuce last Friday and the clear -- isp weath- Â¬ er with favorable reports Jrotn abovegives every promise that it will continue t fall The chances aie now that the flood dangers are passed for this sea- Â¬ son but of course this is by no means certaTn Tho present flood has not wrought much damage t o AtfentfoM Teacher Vour money is here come and get it J H 8AUDEKS o County Kuperinltadeat marlS 1 ball passing through the transom of the hall The night before a similar affair occurred in front of the residence of Mr C O Smith a pistol ball striking his house Several other like instances in different parts 01 the town have occurred recently and report says that a negro boy was shot through the clotniugo In each instance the person doing the shouting was seen but not recognized There is some mystery about thed affairs and it is Imped that the police can ferrel it out The Couuty Teachers Asso ciation proved a success at Lodg ton on the 12th instant o CHAS BA R TimFTTvELD ClVC HKnrTTAKAV W C JOHNSON ALEXANDER L L UNDERWOOD o DAVIS iSITT c I IL IM HICKMAN KY FOR 30 DAYS MOKE of Campbell tf r itoek we will Mii for Wall ill offouioria Hmij Boon CAYCE AT o W Uke ptinre in annoanclns to the public thai tbe next for Se Itnjra iu onler to OJJice Clintcn Street Laclede Block Wlntw Cloth I ne O ereoatt od 8hof BUnketi JSLLISON JO i aril H- - Represent the following old and relia ble companies orih America Phoenix llarttord Lancashire and the St Fire and Marine Insurance Company Also the Equitable Life Iasuranee Com pany ot Aew York o o JD21 lul Jrant ghwli Cndrhlrt Ae f h o o O eallaaJ testing price OarbailaettkrrangeineDti re inch tht we feel eomprlled tocloeo out onr Urg wintr etock t thie Mcnflcs GireniA Ttrj all Unwi o o ht Ae for jrf a m0j ooe 0TfrhIrto We ct n4 carrIeoiTicg mf nr erif by ni CMn rUnneli Cp lurjt aVIloodf forXuMm MenUl and Phje Impedimenta co Marriagf ttc CoitCMrrioi Knuriir and Kit alao iodnrrd bj tlf lDdalcencr or xual extraritgance 4c The celebrated author in thU admirable eataj clearly dainomtratrs from a thirty years lucceeafa practice tha tbe alarming consequences cf self abue may be radically cured pointing out a taodel of cur at once eimple certain ond effectual by lueooi of which e ery luCf rer no matter what hie oondltlon may be may cure hlmwlf cheaply pri Tately and radiealtf C4rbl lecture hould be In tha hand of erery youth and erery man in the land in a plain envelope to any ad Sent under drrat fatd on receipt of fjur cent or two Addreea poetace itampe wplla Celrbrmted Ktijr on tbe radical cua WeaVnrae IoTotan SrtwTOflcri or tar HOW LOST Jmt pabUtheJ HOW new RESTUREU i rdltion of Br Calves iul SlnI Lo Incapacltjr IroTcr bfntiisl frenoh nsurance asuir m Fin Life t ji marine and acciiat v pt 41 THK CUlTfKKWFM MEBIfAK Ctt Ann St New York S Y 0 o VflKSBptiefar Blleatlaa jusetlrl Putt Offlco Box t trlstl seat froeaaaa w Beprawnt a line of tne very best Comptnieiin the United SUfci OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE f f F o t 0 o oo - O C O O A r V 3 et rTsTMi aeMg sjfvj U etueamrximiamuisimaoai i Ujsu t LKBWirla XS5WjLtft iouinsa V Jt- - 51 o o i ueu - o o o v o SlsSr G o 3 o o 9 o I SeX PT f i JVVt A ffc i - IS NOW RECEIVING HIS fl IU1 0 SPRING u CHANAN AND 5 r nrV UM 7iiuiii s n SUMMER STOCK OP NEW GOOiES v he the best made the neatest be the best in the United States and for durability style and fini h stand at the head of the list T22 I have now received my full stock of Spring and Summer Clothing made hy Wyler Ackerland Co and acknowledged hy all to the most stylish Clothing in Hickman and two to three dollars a Suit cheaper than can be founl in any other house I also have my full line of Ladies and Misses Mens and Boys Shoes made by the celebrated house of Brown Dcsnoyes C6 Miingfnd CO These goods are acknowledged by all fo t i -- r ijirfm - i s 1M The City Council of ColumTHE OXE HORSE FARMER STATE SENATOR SEASON OF 1887 1887 bus has passed au ordinance for Â¬ Vfe are authorized to announce JOMIf An exchange thus pictures the Â¬ R aa a candi of Fulton Blooded Stallions dataKempSlateHickman Countythe oountita On Friday last Grover Cleve bidding the issuance of saloon li man you see in town so often city The ordinance Senator from for BLAINE S II E RM AN- completed the Beconrtvcarof cense in thatby land Tho one horse farmer has a life of Graves Hickman and Futtoa subject to FUIroSf KKXTCCKT was offered a saloon keeper a A very hot inter party fight is his administration as president of member of the Council aud pass- - long ambition togain a reputation the action of the Democratic party a being waged between thefriends the Uniteu atates It was pre firit Trottrri MtndrJ To llor OnebrfCljdedl DraftOu neree cli for wearing a dirty shirt Odf uauuuuhj SJJIf FOB REPBESENTATIVB ieu or Rlaine and Sherman asfto which dieted that the country would be I o blck the w wroSt by ono Dr uyTin will nlhrtn twu iieicrlihnrhnnfl tbolxttalxTe Jack allbo flnt cUia Southwest Kt utucky We are authorized to anonounce J P toclc and his election The kt will be the KepuWican nominee ruined in the event of up injurs ueiore evangelist a that can faand In vdirl Oliter as a candidate for the- - Legislature for President in 1883 As a matter that our credit would be gone the JTracy his l1robttn the ladies dayguiiiu set around aud not go We inTlte an Impaction of oar utock then leadership Under sub from rebel debt would bTTliquidated BHiJ VTREEMAXKy ject toHickman and Fulton couotitaparty f fact Sherman baa the record and Kultou to work till after sun up nirl tbe action of the Democratic negroes ability but lacks the popnjarjnagj Hewll rlHe nrottmla weck look- Â¬ lection in August en crWjLbZ aM mc h wa nii7rnatrTeB tuanniniuy pgS8eBe8 to business Will be wK ing for a 2 hog dorscment degree Sher rho our and ffood name of the thirds pfthe population white anch an eminent He will coi tplain of hard times Wyandotlen of tVc pureat strain nt S100 would be buried in tie maii with all of his ability is bo tho traffic and then tear his pants climbing a a peice Egg 100 pe r ettinj of 13 Ap Â¬ lack lint tbe selfirrii by nature that a tomb of obsolete ideas cold and ply to Mrs G B THRELKELD h saloon keepers them fence where a gate ought to he large percentage of his own party democrats have been in power fiuallv led by a Mr Ben Price mar4 Hickman Ky i He will pay 3 for a new bridle selves loaders bate him and would go two years the government stiiH Kaid to be one f then let tho calf chew it to pieces tle ino8t 10or is unimpaired j into the sulks until after the elec- exists our credit Fine If one for Sale men ever before Sunday amI tion should he be the nominee the public debt has steadily de- - engaged ftotlemanly lie will get all his neighbors to Lake Blackburn a thoroughbred Stallion surren in that But beyond bitter partisanship creased the president has shown dered and joined business the movement help in getting a cow put of tho wellknown to rtockmen in for sale or trade way bv his inflexible honesty that h0 Shermans record ttumls He can peen Kingmans ot me bog then iHp nftico i uiion tue announcement iKi l result a correspondent describes attention let her die for want of Stable beCatl onatWW O GKiogman or Livery ii VXJV above that Df any Republican OLIII iimv J rVI Â¬ DEE REED mar4 leader Blaines record is won trust sectionalism lias been bu the scene Stock will get in and destroy his derfully magnetic creates entlm ried out of sight forever the ne- Â¬ with crop at a place in the fence that he The niasin putB the boys to shouting groes are still free the rebel debt peoplp sreets were thronged the has been putting oil Gxing for six muled for Sale church bells rang out but it is tainted all along the lino has not been paid the country is ljubilee engines aud boats wins months Two good eolid WORK MULES for with the appearance of trickery prosperous and the people con He will sprain his back lifting ale Call on pealing anvils with BRUCE HENRT and corruption and besides a tented aud happy President j tiedmiles joy andput over the wa- - something to show how strong he for 5 miles east of Hickman fmarlj very large element of his own par Â¬ Cleveland is no favorite with sueh ters and echoed surrounding hills their is ity hate him aud will do every- democrats as voted for him to get He will talk all day Sunday on A large boat thunder- tones Clover Need Tor Bale beeu disapointed rrjRprrcHErfs thing to defeat his election His what he knows about farming then W18 passing threw herelec I bare a fine lot of C1oer Seed for cale nomination by the Republicans nor is ho lov ed by the monev pow wl1 nc K1 on l 8enpi ami oane nuu arounu wie ueig noruoou uou- at 500 a bushel Call at my farm would be hailed with delight by er or the protected monopolies ftb25 I2AACSHUFF won mw commence street us far as could be seen day hunting seedpotatoes every Democrat in the United isui ue nas lie will go iji hissliirt sleeves on and outhusiastic admiration of the was bathed fn- a cloud of silver fltfttes and for this reason it is angel a cold day to show how much he HB PLCSMtU C DOUGLAS light And feared they will not again give honest masses and ho will be of peace and best of all the happiness seem to can stand then return home at PLUMMER bim the nomination The Repub nominated and eleeted in 18 3S dwell in every DOUGLAS many night aud occupytwo thirdsofthe heart lican leaders know these thing The people see in Grover Cleve- - embraced each other inand loving af fire place till bed time about Blaine but the rank and file land a man Honest courageous fection that had been alicnatetUor ABE NOW BEADY FO ALT He will ridicule the mechanism of that party know onlj his won- unselfish loyal aud devoted to years Geaxtaar Llainent Is th mast of a cotton planter and then go out SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS derful maguetistji and even some the pledges on which he was wonderful Pain Carer the and mash his thumb nailing a board of Country Produce that may be offered of the leaders who detest him elected andthey will in the next world hna Tr knows on the fence We also mak a for shipment or storage There is a movement among anxious to utilize ids popularity election make him the leader of He will go to town on Saturday bow to his leadership and hence the party he has strengthened by our citizens to organize a building and como back with fifty cents altogether the chances are decid the honesty and wisdom of his and loan association with a sub- - worth of coffee a paper of pins a The voice of the scribed capital of 100000 The edly in favor of IIaine being their administration Hny Corn Oat a specially c kepti T TYLER people is in perfect accord with stock is being rapidly taken aud dollars worth of chewing tobacco constantly for sale nominee and his belly fnll of whisky ATI Democratic JulyS opinion with the utterances of Gov Hoadley tho entire amount will doubtless ATTORNEYS AT LAW iWril s u H economical economy ib one voice wjth one shout all nfOhin whfiihn Rdl in si firo ti niCKMA y - - - KENTUCKY Ttcj along the line point to the re well speech delivered before a CSs of the enterprise is somewhat worm 01 e mU ave ten wnts WILBURNS axie urease aim ruin me I ILL attend to all business entrusted - i t i r w His UUUw J u HUnVUil tl IIP nomination of Cleveland UI IIUMI to their care spindle of a 70 wagon j gather a certain percent of the Ho wont subscribe for a news nomination is equivalent to his few days since Office rFurniture Factory We have at the head of our gov- - shares are collected monthly and nov878 i will borrow one from eminent one of the bravest truest if any of the members should need paper but and forget to return it his friend Laclede Block Cattle for Bale A balloon of colossal dimen Â¬ and best men that ever sat in tho- money for any purposes they bor executive chair Tumultuous an- row it from this fund unon certain I have on hand for sale four roke sf KT sions amPsaid to be capable of plauseL There is no office in authorities of the western H1CKUAN The No one but i lunatic asylum at Ilopklnsville the known conditions being guided at will has been for land to which I aspire P I Kv fh h tinker nl mk KK Ve- - J oneeairinj but above members being allowed to borrow have notified the proper parties stock ot tins kind would do well to call ii nome time in course of construc- Â¬ -- i i u -K -- nnw Kr f il tion in Berlin The balloon is 500 everything I would like to be a from it Our space will not per-Â¬ that the house is full and that no than anv liakery in the citv rresh nl - vmn I4W nl BlUi v VWU delegate to theuational democrat Â¬ mit us to give a detailed state- more lunatics will be received Bread on hand all the time A loo T feet in Ieugh and 50 feet in diame- ic convention to vote the re no ru J II ROBERTS a choice ment to the principle febll luoseew Ky ter The total weight is about 43 ination ot lirover Ulevelanu I up- - which as works but suilice upoii only after correspondence with cream Lemonade and Bread at lot of ConWilburn fectioneries Cream it to Superintendent Rodman it 000 pounds the envelope and not- TeJjjjTe mo a caU will wilburn Ltioacthr mav that wherever it 1ms been tr fcrctico will lc jriveii Id VfO tiiifcsilonm watgaiiifr lorooo poniuiD ronrioun Rpnlimge I too augl3 was a president in annals of tried it has vielded a handsome lent and dangerous patients and The propelling machinery consists of two steam engines of fifty horse our history that has faithfully and dividend and largely benefitted to those who cm be easily cnrejl PHYSICAN AUD SURiJEQN lOW TO SAVE nJONEY power each and the entire cost is persistently done his duty under the community We refer for a by treatment the most difficult and trjing cir- more thorough knowledge to estimated at 5000 cumstances Grover Cleveland is Messrs T J Howe or A C Cald- We are Wholesale Headquarters lor al HICKMAN KENTUCKY 6 Thk Polygamy Hill airS- i that man If to day with Cleve well Boomerang a The President has intimated to FBa kis Professional Ssrvicss te iumi nciniiu AWS came laws without the IrrRidents InLWlMJi nM ii tUflAUUU IIIi WiVl VJ tb e eitiiens of Hickman and rieinitj some of his most personal and land as president aided by his able cabiuetthe democratic party political friends that during the job to signature ho having failed to reFactory Jnl6 S0 Billy Crostic plays cards well turn them with his oltjptrlions aud willalnb the dealer only at the failure prices in company with Mrs is not a successCleveland it is not nmiDtr but not in the Cleveland and the members of that of Grover democracy is the gamecouldTinn net came negro in within the ten days required by I ul icoch iii Sunerior Scotch Iwl with the failure And Saddlery aijd Harness aw the Cabinet with their families he just as of tho as fate if the dein- - court of the best in the market We also keep certain after having the ace king will make an extended trip through constantly on hand choice selection not stand by queen jack ten and deuce of Xew Orleans is now enforcing of Family Groceries Confectioneries and the South and West He will ocratic party does in the trumps Billy visit the South in the spring and its leader now and the future vet says he couldwaB on the jury - the Sunday law so strictly that Fruit which we will nell very low for PLUpER FARRIS not think of con- not even astick of candy can bo the cah Ileie call and eee as condem just so certain will the West after tho warm weather nation come not on him but on victing the negro for larceny after purchased on that day and it FVQUA A of the summer haspassed Jachson St opposite Courier Office tnem losing game witn a nntiu tun 01 mav po so fnraB tost0l tie ien 1IICKMAK - ZY These are the sentiments of the trumps Tho negro played hislure trains from running to tl ie A bold bad boy of Illinois FOR SALE masses with whom jleve j part well and it was amusing to aje re80rt8 honest WELL selected stock ef Saddles and thrust a couple of plugs of tobac land has grown stonger as he has see judge liingman adjust uis eye n 300000 feet dry Cypres Building Frompt rne 8 Jew work made to order co into a jug of whisky he found attention giren to In an interview at home a few and Fencing Lumber Alio 100000 in the horse shed during a church grown older and they will stand glasses and seek a place in court get a good view lays since ex President Davis said Cypress Shingle by him His magnificent courage where he could supper And tho next day the DREWUY BONDURAXT for pension bill local physician reported seventeen in vetoing the pauper with wid- - while Judge Raudle leanedgazed he hud no thought of visiting j of any kind He has secured the services ward from the bench and of that well known and excellent work- Â¬ Washington in May nor ever a oases of iee cream poisoniug all has been received Boomerang gain remarking that he was get man Uncle Bob FarriM which of itself in men and tbe poor women who spread approval throughout the intently at the game BLACKSMITHING a guarantee of good and faithful work country The bill if passed ting too old to travel made tbe ice cream cried their in- Â¬ e apr24 would have made every substi nocent eyes ont about it rrrnriYUt rr ti i T t MiltJUO tute every bounty jumper every jllVjlJE iTiif TiTinn T1 D1AI TWoi niit- Tfliii UNDERTAKERS SOODS V1 scalawag B0BXBT DOCOLAS CriAS BOVQIAS If Snuiulers Cliuntu Sunrrin Times savs that if auythiug will The Gilbert tobacco warehouse in January who went into the army Mr WEST IltCKMAN and February I860 ttndcnt Public Schools for Fulton make a newspaper man lose liis company of Louisville failed last DOUGLAS BROS temper it Is to bring in a bill a- - Call on A F OLIVER for Blacksmith County Ky week Their liabilities will reach and every man who during their progress was enlisted long enough ing Wagon Repairs c Alro a full line of GROCERY My Deak Sib Tho following gainst him with no printing on it 1175000 and the assets a little to VXDERTAUEIfl UOUDH amoro than the warehouse prop- to be rejected as unfiton become named persons ot your county are BAKERY tho gov a soldier a pensioner The indications all point Coffins common Rosewood solid Black RESTAURANT erty Of their debit 40000 is regularly enrolled members of ihc Mr Cleveland has Kentucky beld chiefly by throe city banks ernment State Beading Circle surely and certainly that Massa- - Walnut Cases c MB4LS AT ALL IlOfJR is pres Â¬ jan21J and the firm owes near8100000 shown that so long as he treasury In this connection it gives me chussets is becomings a DemocratWill keep general assortment of Fam ident the United States to farmers and tobacco growers c pleasure to say that Fulton county ic araie it may oe mat Virginia Â¬ ily Groceries Confectioneries Ac and shall not be converted into a leads all North Carolina and perhaps Tenkeep emplayed a first class baker Goods the rest m this noble sup may break the be under President Cleveland is just fnational alms house for tbeCleve Â¬ work May your noble efforts and nessee democratic column Solid 25cts Lower than the Lowest all fresh and new and will netjuae25 Â¬ port of bogus soldiers sold but South half through a single term of of- Â¬ land will be advance the 1 haye no clerk expansss re elected president heroic sacrifices to of your coun- - Clevelands policy is fastening no store res fice yet in that time he has got in educational interests and pay cash for all my Groceries and in 18S8 regardless of the war Northdemocratic hold on certain 192 veteee twenty one more than e t be abundantly lt berefora can sell aa cheap as the cheap FOB THK made upon him by the republicans I 41 the retoee of all his predeces d utenect ern States that will more than at Best brands of Wittenberg and Lob own pnaty sors tit the- Presidential office and the enemies In his his ability ual zeal of your people and espe make up for the loss But really tar Flour 25 eenta cheaper than the low He hss demonstrated JOHN WITTING Bat two of theee and they are in bis wisdom daily of the younger generation Virginia is the only one that may and bis honesty and be particularly considered ftignifetat one were overridden xours most sincerely Shaky HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS by two thirds vote of Congress tbe people will stand by his E H Cakothbbs HICKMAN S It C KT Secy K W C Burma and wife lately SBXASmBL42iftitd eererT Another terrible railroad dik- J Jas HSaunderr SL Roulhao married of Windsor Mo formerly tker aetablee are takimr a awinr a8ter s reported from Massachu- W H Cooky Win Hnges of Woodland Mills Dr Geo DBAllK IK A loaded passenArkansas troiad the Sovthern circle TheviI fTOI rAltv erheavilyKnotAii ntwl Mfnp J C Ward WVT Kamage Burrus and wife aud Miss Pattie flia are bow fa Florida or Cuba T7i Italian and Ammican Makblb F F Jones MissM Lovejoy Burrus from the latter place were a kis return about two weeks Men ce road crashed through the Sainl L Isbell J FRoyster in town a few hours Tuesday TOMB AND GRAVE MONUMENTS Texas bence Senator Sherman will make Bnssey Park bridge between For- W H Ballard iMiss J Knox 8TONES aaet speech at Nashville which est Hill and Rosliudale Monday Miss A EDraper J J Jbiatt Y M C A will be hfs opening gun in- the resulting in the complete wreck s A Barbee received a fine lot of Amer J M King of the nine coaches and in the Lottie Miller The Young Mens Christian As- Â¬ HAVING Italian Marble I am pre- Â¬ coming Presidential campaign Florida Miss J Outten death and injury of many people sociation will meet in tho Metho- - pared to fill all orders CaU and examine Maddox MisBJ Gardner Lucy B Paksons the alleged There are all sorts of estimates as Jese OHara work AND THE J Ellen Brown dist church Sunday afternoon at 3 rdera from the eoantry promptly to the number of those killed and Susie lcctaring anarchist was refused a oclock Everybody invited F Killough d hall by a local military company disabled although it is impossible Subject for discussion The may 26 J H Hatcher at Colambus O last week aud yet to give this with accuracy Laborers in the Vineyard J T Saunders calling to eee tbe Mayor on the Leader C L Mitchell a o nbject became so abusive and W T Wilson Secy The demonstrative that she was locked Coronettwo fast sailing yachfs And get your Blasksmithiug and general Owing to an inadequate cleri- Â¬ -- OF ami Dauntless started dose at P Prohibition election are to be Repairing on their great race from New cal force in the pension Office it it impossible year Tjrbe million dollars stock has York harbor Saturday under a is said that for will be a year yet held this West in TennesRn Michipiu to take up perhaps Virginia and been taken last week in the Pa- - twenty 6ve mile favorable breeze the ocaes of those entitled to Texas Cbmer of Obion and Ezchangt Struts ducah and Illinois bridge company Their trip will end at Queenstowu bounties under the recent Mex- Â¬ Bullock aud others of Ireland the distance being 3246 ican Dvafi KY HICKMAN pension appropriation TAKE THE ew York Confidence in the miles and they are running for a 0 j Rock bottom Prices My Good Work at purse ot fiuuw 1lie two schoon Under the law the appropriation Pay Up early completion of a bridge across motto is only available until June 30 the Ohio river at Paducah ii gen- Â¬ ers are well matched as to model 1888 There is a possibility there- Â¬ All persons inlebtedto the underaifned gt MILL WORK a pecia1tr Q N C size rig and equipment and they by note or account are respectfully re eral JOHN F GRAY went ont of sight from New fore that many of the pensioners quested to call and settle or their i mar26 tf Capt James B Eads the dis York one hour after starting well if they get anything will be com- Â¬ counts will be placed In the hands of as THE Â¬ tiugaished engineer iVteil at Nas together The real teat of their pelled to trust to future Congress- officer for collection R B W- DIESTELBRINK BREVARD0 MaNek Providence last Tlmra speed will possibly be in tbe su es for another appropriation 0 raarl8 dayj af pneamonia aged 67 years periority of maaagenient and o bolh are claimed toae manned by o John Brown ason of Old o The Mason Foard Comnanr most skillful sailors Call on nearest Ticket Agent or address John Brown whose body0 lies LOWER and L0WER 1WTO apace to aaae all artielea cat a hvemHaeroontnctthe building mouldering ip the Comb has made W W KNOX Ticket Agt c 1 w Alt kindi of OrseerUs ajooaa irouBie v auiic vi rauroau iu neu Read the new advertisements a contribution to the Confederate m cheap as the ekespwU kanatldttAe aadome and to how tke corner ef Troy T W L DANLEY G P Aft A see at I will 0t be and profit thereby 1 JtJHK witrwq cl Bad Moscow Atobo cast Hlckara Ky Soldiers Home at Charleston KashviU Tean Hderni Stems CQUBJ23 THEMANFOR1SSS Â¬ From UmptiU Appeal Â¬ SYLVAN SHADE ACADEMY fa priac Smtoa ibrihi j of-two-r- 1 wtUocac irrvurw 1 I MtHBAT JA2fUABT wouldjffahru1 pid al ae Bt gvbra lad ConMaa Twtntj The course of study will include thorough work in tbe comaoa ranches Latin Rhetoric American Literature Book keepinz the natural Sciences Penmanship Etvmolopv General History Civil Covernwent Elocution Paycholoev LtoaxcT Phvaicil GioffrarjKrTAl- - If VhIu 188T andGeomtry Â¬ I - Children TUITIOK is adrance Tuition will vary from 200 to 8400 per month MTibla ataathir 3 SAML L I8BELL Principal Near Hickmaf Ky jan7 6m - Â¬ Â¬ - - 11 Â¬ fasteria R Â¬ We are offerias all rrades of Plain Medium and Fine FURNITURE ri t duced prices We carry a full line at alt times of Chairs Rockers slain and top Tables Bureaus Wash stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Mattreoses Spriajrs and mtguarante our prices to be tht loictit Intelligent inrestigatioa pays therWoa we inTite your investigation of our goods We are headquarters on FURNITURE ii i ntl UNDERTAKERS GOODS Tennessee or Kentucky Job Work a specialty Â¬ FEED STORE - HA tr carrying the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burint Caoes of anr firm In Wee We discount all competition in this line Reuairinr Store Rooms under City Hall ui 1 I innnf ii ni w Â¬ m niramr Ji FARMERS STORK xox k Â¬ uJ lltr I Â¬ Â¬ C B KINGMAN DXA L MR IK-- Â¬ Hardware Tinware SIDUMM IMPLHIWUC Clinton Street Corman xox- - Â¬ iPradof Â¬ Ces OlJStaad 1 I lBOV oryfefeis B STor co R OOF I IT C 1 hate seeured permanently one of the finest workmen make roofing and tianing a specialty Motto I will not be undersold eVcn iu larger eities i in- - tke State sad vtU Â¬ REfAIKUG -- Â¬ i Â¬ J I U Mt I Iiw ubmr HICKMAN O Stablo KENTUCKY Fine stylish RIGS Â¬ Corner of Jaoktou aad Kantuakj BtrecU Â¬ I - Â¬ Orteref r JUST OPENED witk new STOCK ont and oat reasonable Patronage solicited foikui -- A Â¬ Â¬ - S1 ett30 1885 W G KINGMAN CO MAKUFACTUSIBI OF weniRTiiiM MISSISSIFJPI HERTWECK BALTZER Â¬ a Jl aVaVaBBBBBBBBBHlBBBBeBBBBTBBHP JaL K AT - Â¬ T Wft JMMBv STO E Winter Resorts o Hickman Kentucky J P GRAYS I The South StL0R B H FREEMAN Fulton Ky 0 Ei Circuit Jmdgt Paaacttk JAS CAMPBELL Kj FREEMAN CAMPBELL Â¬ Family Groceries sFavorit O Attorneys a x lltlsratlAn will B vu lccolYO iiruiopfrBueauoo it i- -- Law All claMM of i Practice in copartnership in Fnlton eotnty aac3d4 t Ii f - f - if- M O o oo o o -- - it m f- ri K 2 9t VrO - -- A0f C J vf Jk J K 97- r - fi -- i mm rs tki Ifw - o o 0 5v i iv- - wfe it- - o gSAfti JJ r-- IrV4 - ftkJKL s rccavi darViAAai