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Zidii h Mmmmmk o 0 - - Sij jicss TH1 EKOiS BT COMER f JT j Fine Job Printinf S3 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN aiCKMJkir KY Qgoe JiieteOB Street next door to CUy HalL HHE HIOKMJN The OMost COURIER ISS7 JL -- EXECUTED l With Neatness and Dispatch -- ri 0 Ct OEOROE WARREN Editor Newspaper WesfeTKecky VOL XXI NO 25 FOUGHT THE FIGHTERS - ENVELOPES I2TTER HBAD BILL HEADS INVITATIONS ETC AJXX ALJ BILL8 L MUCK OF SrBXCKIPTIOX CURRENT TOPICS 5 tlJSft ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 25 RIOTOUS POLES ETO T7I EIGHTY BUILDINGS UIJRMSD Chautauqua Swept With a Bosom of Firo A Tuc population of Austin Texas is now rtcnrirl of Church Trouble at Detroit Liirse Slob Makes the Police AN AWFUL FATE Tvrolvo Persons Perish in a Hotelo 27093 Iurloun iVttaek on Kaxhas house Citt U building a 400000 opera before going to the gallows The antlers of 230 elk wero shipped from Oregon to Englaud last year Sax Joxes preached twice at Toronto IMCIW 8W tbwsobr AfstoTHimvof triplelsvritestoMrs II neBortcJcs iormoney to buy a cow No Mans Land Kasand the State of Connecticut are about the safno size JfociE MissEY of Douglassville Ga Icilled eleven partridges at one shot The three Colo brothers of Harrison Ga liavo their hearts on the right side It would be well if experts were to examine railroad bridges before the accidents A at Yakutsk Siberia has been estimated to be frozen to a depth of G12 W - Some Georgians get 300 bushels of sweot potatoes out of en acre MrsvDrcse refused to take off her bustlo MbsLoqax is pestcd by many begging TlicKiitIreAsemlly Prevented From De- Â¬ letters struction Only by tho Most Heroic Work A retckx of the untidy dragging skirts is threatened JamesOTOwx N Y March ilThc firo Spooes have been discovered in the at the Chautauqua Assemble grounds lake of Chautauqua early this Â¬ ll feet e Theodore Tiltox is living in Paris and devoting himself in part to literary pur- Â¬ suits Aixkoed corruption in the municipal affairs of Brooklyn is being invest i iTated travel t Tin King of Italy now has a whole Pull man car to himself when ho wants to Â¬ Haven Tomuxtain- - peace for the next soven yearj Jermany is to have an army of lowtnd Am D one green eye is exhibited in 2ew cat with one yel Tatlou and her daughter i Lilllin have returned to Germany to reside permanently JEFFEnsox Dxvissays he is too old to travel and never expects to bo in Wash men Mr3 B iTAim V ington again The Empress of Austria is said to havo literary ambitions and is intending to pub- Â¬ lish a book soon Ax apple tree over 100 years old and four and a half feet in diameter has been cut down in Lymo Conn Thikteex of the noted twenty passes ot the Rocky Mountains are more than 10000 feet above the sea level Work on the steam cruisers Boston Atlanta and Chicago has been suspended for lack of appropriation Since the adjournment of Congress a marble bust of John C Calhoun has been placed iti the Senate gallery Cardinal Maxxini has heartily indorsed the policy advocated by Cardinal Gibbons tow ard the Knights of Labor Kamie Devall notorious courtesan ox Indiana and Tennessee will reform since she has been left a largo fortune The Jyouisvillo and Xnshvillo will builu thiyearl3l miles of new railroad o wmch 101 miles will be in Kentucky A village suburban to Atlanta Ga and to be exclusively for colored people has O been laid out and is to be incorporated Chables H HEiSERan umbrella mendei in Pittsburgh has inherited a fortune o T75000 from a cousin who died in Aus build morningdestroyed ings including several boardisg houses among them tho Eckert Park hurst and Ailing Houses The total loss will probably reach 200000 The firo started shortly before midnihfW theCur tiss cottage on Simpson avenue It was caused by a defective flue The buildings and cottages arc of wood and aro close together The lire tpread rap- Â¬ idly tov thoaaJolnlngJ KtaKcs and tho lack of firo apparatusndtho scarcity of help favored the fiameT About sixty families remain on the ground during tho winter season CitizensVn Mayvillo and the surrounding towns arrived on tho scene and greatly aided the residents Tho fire swept every thing before it taking both sides of Simpson and Summerfield avenues from tho auditorium to tho Hotel Atheneum It was with great difficul- Â¬ ty that the hotel was saved The absence of a high wind alone saved from destruction the large and costly structure Tho fire departments at Corry Erie and other cities wero telegraphed for but the Cor ry department alone responded A special train was run from that city to Mayville Theheoric work of tho winter residents and farmers from tho surrounding coun- Â¬ try undoubtedly prevented tho destruction of the entire assembly with its costly buildings and the cottages from to Â¬ tal destruction All the cottages and boarding houses in tho burned district wero furnished and equipped and very lit- Â¬ tle furniture was saved Many of tho burned cottages on SimpsOn avenue wero ebuilt last year This was the most fash ionable avenue of the grounds The cot- Â¬ tages cost from 2000 to 1150 0 each Tho loss is divided as follows Thirty six buildings on Simpson avenue twenty four buildings on Summerfield avenue six cottages on Terrace avenue and threo on Hcddiu avenue The magnificent for- Â¬ est trees shading the streets were burned and destroyed Â¬ eiJ ai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ March 20 Troubla Detkoit Mich broko out again to day in Polacktown About 0tH people hung around St Alberts Church all da- - looking for trouble Tho adncreafcj of Kolosinsky the deposed priest who had circulated a report that he was to bo reinstated by Archbishop Elder gathered on one side of the church and those of Dombrowslci the pastor ap pointed by Bishop llorgess on the other About five oclock a squad of thirteen policeman tried to disperse the crowd The Donibrowskians made no trouble but the Kolosinskiaus were sullen and ready for light Some quo reached out from their ranks and smote Policeman Seliaf f ron on tho head with a brick mashing his nose and cutting open his eyes The officer arrested his assailant and tho mob pounced upon the small squad of police and pelted them with bricks stones and clubs Three pistol shots were fired at them Tho officers1 fired into tho air and then forced the crowd back sufficiently to allow them to reach a patrol box with their prisoner As tho wagon came up some one threw a brick which struck Officer Rodgers the driver on the head and knocked him from Ins scat His injuries are likely to prove fatal Reinforcements were sent and tho Crowd fell back When the police counted up their injuries they found that officer Schaffron besides hav ing his face mashed had a broken hand Officer Rodgers had his head broken open and was carried home uuconoctous Officer Dierckc had the bones of his hand broken and his hip badly injured Sergeant Nolan had a s alp wound from a club and hn knee badly hurt by a stone and Captain Mack was struck in the- back by a Hying brick The crowd has lwen disorderly and has broken into riotous conduct since but at last accounts was reported to bo still holding its ground Â¬ - Holacaust 3 The Spleuiliit New Itlrhmoml ut Ileketl up by tho Tire Demon Hnilo on the Programme fcix Rafael Mea March 17 -- A bull 58ht took place here vesterda in the presence of fully MOOO people none of whom dpad less than for a seat or standing room The bulls refused to fight and final Â¬ Sno at a Mexican Hull Hunt Not Down THE TRACKS COVERED The Tlme When tho Greatest ltepubllcn Kacallty Might lie PunMieil I Past Ke ipnntibltlty of tho Itepuhllcan Party biggest ro gucncouhl ie imslcd HOW IT WORKS when documentary evidence and wit Â¬ Some Sensible ami Earnest ness were Avithiaf easy reach of tho Government jhas passed by The statements of defalcations anil swind Â¬ ling of ail kindsare to be found in the public reconisand form incontro- Â¬ vertible and damning evidence against the party that controlled the Govern Â¬ ment and alloweOtoffieial rascality to sprout come upjgnil grow to luxuri- Â¬ Â¬ BWAIO X Y March IS A fire An the Richmond Hotel was discovered at 330 this morning An alarm was sounded and the lire department responded promptly Tho house contained a large numberlpf gucstS Their heartrending shrieks coiil plainly be heard Ladders were raised M soon as possible and as many as could we taken out A large number of them wero unable to effect their escape At 4 oclock the entire Richmond St James Hull n other property in tho block were dooiced speedy destruction Tho whole pluca burned liUe tinder Tho corridor in tho center of tho building acted as a grentfuu nel and as the flames streamed upwards the guests found themselves imprisoned by walls of fire Tho screams of the unfortunates could be heard for blocks and at many of tho windows they could be seeu in their night clothes calling wildly for help At one of tho third floor windoAvs two guests were seen by the crowd to fall back into tht fiauies One man jumped from the fifth floor to the roof of a two story wooden building adjoining He was seriously injured The estimate of the loss of life is stated to be twelve There were 125 per sons in the hotel seventy of whom were trausient guests eight boa ders and tho remainder porters bell boys the families of the proprietors and clerks Twenty two of these were rescued from the win dows by the firemen twenty two are al the hospitals and a large number mado their escape by other means Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B-A- -D Â¬ THE ALASKA BORDER JroineotHe Trouble Jietueeii the tniteil States anil riuili ltilulie to llxing tiie Ilonuiliry I1ue Ottawa Oxt March 20 The discovery of rich gold deposits in British Columbia close to the imaginary boundarv line be tween that province and Alaska it n feared may lead to serious trouble it the actual boundary is not defined before any attempt is made to develop these valuable fields In view of tho valuable diseoery of gold in the Pacific Province the Do minion Government has decided on send ing out a party to make a geological survey of that part of the country in which minerals have beon found and to ascertain as near as possible to whom they be long whether to the United States or to tho Dominion An effort will bo made during tho coming session of Parliament to secure an appropriation to commence i survey of the British Columbia boundary in the hopctthut the United States Govern ment will co operate and definitely fix tho boundary line and taus remove all possi bility of dispute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IRISH AMERICANS Their Opinions of Father Kellars Imprisonment New Yoke March 21 Nothing that has occurred in Ireland for a long time lias been heard of by the Irish American cle Â¬ ment in this city with such feelings of in- Â¬ dignation as the uews of father Kcllars arrest and imprisonment in Kiiinainham jail in Dublin Home Hulers Fenians and Iuul Leaguers were spoken to and they were all of the opinion that if tho Tories continuo this course of exas speratiug the people even though they should never introduce a coer- Â¬ cion bill Gladstones prediction will bo verified in the advent of civil war Civil Justice John Henry McCarthy pros- Ti - ys itl t of ti q Kprc4 Â¬ United Labor Ticket in Cincinnati What effect will the atrustTif Father Kcllar have The justice replied It tralia 100 i stiji The President has given his check for to the fund for the erection of e monument to the late Vice President Hendricks The inventor of the repcating rifle re cently adopted for the Austrain army has been decorated by Emperor Francis Joseph The nme Dakota is a corruption of meaning many heads the crani Qims of buffaloes being scattered thick ou all the trails A Soum Carolina mother has a record of seventeen children in nine years The first was a solitary voyager The othercame in pairs It costs Ihc Government for each United States Senator 5000 a year salary and 5307 a year additional for attendants and incidental expenses The President treasurer and counsellor of the British American Claim Agency jwerc arrested in New York a few days ago charged with fraud At Detroit Mich Fred Frisbeo said tc his landlady If you insist on me pa ing my board bill 1 will kill myself She in sisted He shot himself The widow of Garibaldi lives in aqiiet street of Turin the walls of her little par- Â¬ lor covered with flags medals and other mementoes of the dead hero As inmate of the 3Iiddlctown N x Asylum is worth 500000 Hebccamd in sano over religion and imagines be is President of tho United States9 Mb Coxxekt tho new secretary of legation to Mexico will leave for his post about the last of this month Mr Connery will collect the data for a history of Mexico Joseph Carter of Itecklesstown N J recently butchered thirty remarkably line hogs The lightest weighed GS3 pounds the heaviest S7T and the total weight was 213S4 pounds James Tatlor while digging a well on kia farm near Excelsior Wis found in a bed of gravel twenty feet below the sur- Â¬ face a kt of beautiful amethysts and one very large and valuable ruby People who buy fancy candy and find it to bo very sticky may lay this flattering unctuousness to their souls namely That theyare eating glucose which is the out pat of cornstarch and sulphuric acid Ox one of the principal streets of Thorn aston Ga the same room is occupied by a physican and shoemaker the physicians office being in front and the shoemakers shop in the rear Over the door is chalked Wo repair both solo and tho sign body Mrs Marion Todd is a successful law- Â¬ yer In Albion Mich Her first case was for a railroad conductor against a rich cor- Â¬ poration and she won it She is now prosecuting a 25000 damage suit against the Central Pacific railroad A colored man at Araericus Ga was arrested on a charge of burglary preferred by a neighbor and taken before a mag- listraW for trial The accusing neighbor was excused from court to hunt up some witnesses by whom he proposed to prove the crime For two hours the court await- Â¬ ed his return only to find that he had loped with the defendants wife A skwixo machine agent at Lonoke Ark got the best of Mrs L L Buffalo in a sewing machine trade Her husband re- Â¬ proved her for her folly She took cold poison and will not sew any more The number of Apache prisoners at Fort Marion Fla is 446 Since February 1 three children have been born and four Indians have died The Indians generally aave behaved welL About fifty children are juder instruction PhIxaster L Davis of tho town of Solar Jackson County 111 receives the vory moderate salary of ten cents a year The postmaster of Peck III got thirty cents last year while the postmaster of Lar 2 Art get thlrty OB cents Â¬ ta - is easy to see thnt this folly of the Torle3 will quicken the arrival of the Home Rule It vill set aflame the en Â¬ thusiasm in this country once more and money will again be sent across tc our struggling people if money should be- dmanded and men will be sent across too if it should be necessary and I am begin ning to fear that it will be necessary John J Dclaney president of the Municipal Council of tho Irish National League who believes in League methods and has for a long time says he is beginning to I think feel shaky he said seriously thatlrehind will have to tight for lmnio rule and that th3 sooner we make Eng- Â¬ land understand that fact the quicker will we get it Will Father Kcllars arrest No weaken the League was asked said he emphatically but it will strengthen the League and make it a moro aggressive moro revolutionary organization Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- nated a city ticket A platrorin was adopted affirming the platform Labor- - Conven Â¬ oftho recent Union tion in Music Hall and declaring among other things that the street rail- Â¬ ways gas supply electric lighting local telephone and telegraphic communication of the hands of pri- should be taken vatc corporations and paced under tie control and direction of the local Government and that the Southern road should not bo sold but mannged by the city when the present lease expires Cincinnati March 20 The United -f this eiiv hflltl a convention n workmens Hall yesterday and iiomi lu---- -- vit Â¬ Â¬ ing The deadlock of Saturday remained unbroken throughout the day with a num Â¬ ber oT recesses and shifting of candidates Finally amid much excitement on tho 22d ballot to night Wm H Martin was nominated by a unanimous vote A Congressman Reagans Successor Palestine Tex March St Tho Demr eratic Congressional Convention to nomi Â¬ nate a successor to Senator Iteagan rcas cinbled this mornin and resumed ballot- Â¬ The Remarkable Prater of a Brewer Cuicaco March 20 The brew masters of the United States aro to hold a convention hero to morrow A preliminary meet- Â¬ ing was held to night which Louis Hock Oh opened with the following prayer God Thou hast not only provided the water for our use but also to the end that our bodies may be strengthened and our souls rejoiced Thou hast granted otvicr and pleasantcr beverages especially be cr Brewers as we aro the instruments of heavenly will let us pray earnestly that the greatness of this gift is not misap-Â¬ plied to that end let us pray for good beer and plenty of it and let us ear nestly resolve from this time on to brew no other Â¬ Â¬ Out of Powder Bride oi Two Weeks Suicides Â¬ New York March 21 Philippina Muth aged eighteen years a bride of scarcely two weeks shot herself dead this fore- Â¬ noon in her room on the third floor of tho tenement No ISO avenne A The motive for the deed is wrapped in mystery It is only certain that she did not fire the fatal shot by accident Her husband wns away at his work when she took her life Father and Son Killed Washington March 3 The powder left over from the late war has been exhausted and the Ordnance Department is without funds to purchase a fresh supply with which to fire salutes morning and evening at military stations Consequently all such giddy performances will be suspended except at the Military Academy Fortress Monroe and Fort Leavenworth This will doubtless break many military hearts The Marine Band will probably still toot Â¬ Â¬ t Negaunee Mich Mqrch 21 The pow- Â¬ der factory of E C Anthony situated ono mile west of this place exploded shortly after 2 oclock this afternoon killing L II Stanley and his son Albert aged eigh- Â¬ teen years The building wa blown to atoms The loss will reach 5000 -- March 20 David Clark a retired merchant has given his farm of 103 acres in tho suburbs of this city to the Hartford Hospital and the Old Peoples Home Tho donation includes twenty Jersey cattlo and all the farm property The whole is valued at 7o000 Mr Clark intends the gift as a memorial of his son Lester Clark a merchant of Xew York who died a short time ago Conn- Hrttokp Handsome Gift - Child Crowned Prohibition in Vermont W abash Ixd March 21 This afternoon the infant son of James Ray of Pawpaw Township this county was found drowned jn a pond near its home The child wan- - dcred away during the temporary absence of its mother and the body was discovered twenty minutes after the accident A Bad Shot 21 Bennington Vt March 20 Thos Stew Art was yesterday fined 910 and costs for ninety one offenses against the prohibition lawv Should he bo unable to pay this hf will be sent to the House of Correction fo as many days as there aro dollars in lib fine This is tho second prosecution bj the Lawund Order league and others ar l promised - At Whitehead Hill 1 T yesterday a man named Foster was shooting at a mouse when a ball struck a can of powder exploding it and killing his two children and seriously in juring himself and wife A man was found dead by the road- Â¬ side in Alameda County He had tmc eye only and his noseAva broken fur- Â¬ nishing one would think ample means for identifying him Yet ho was claimed by three different lots of peo- Â¬ ple and positively identified as three different men He turned out to bo none of them but a different citizen entirely San Francisco Alia m Denver Col March London 7W Vienna correspondent says A majority oftho Bulgarian delegates are resolved to reelect Alexander King of Bulgaria just as soon as the Regents deem it opportune i n Alexander Has the Call March 20 Tho II Baker a real estate dealer here has disappeared and is said to be 100000 wrong in his accounts with Jhe stockholders of tho United States Mortgage Trust and Dc benture Company of which he was president Â¬ Â¬ One Hundred Thousand Dollars Wrong Minneapolis Minn March 20 S case carefully my dear Mrs Burtly said the young physician t and I find that he is suffering from rheumatism in the pedal extremities Oh my grief exclaimed the old lady in dis- Â¬ tress Its Avusscrn I taouaht Poor John said the pain was all inhis feet -- I have diagnosed your husbands St Andrews Bay Land Company Cincinnati March 20 The U S grand jury has found a bill against Guy Webber of this city charging him with using tho mails to defraud incconnection witlfthc St Andrews Bay Land Company John Murphy aged seventeen years who was drowned on the evening of March 7 was found this morning within a short Deputy distance of where he fell hi Drakes Travelers Magazine Postmaster Roseman who found tho body Tho Mark Lane Hxprcss to claims that some 0unexplainable forco to the rivers sixty years red polled cattle have had impelled him to the very spotside this opposito morning and a home in the little village of Stanton where the body was- - This is the fifth vr U11U1 ii i IWlgtUIIUi body he has found in an almost similar manner one of tHem being that of Bur- What do you calljyour dogP 4in who was murdered by Henry Bernor Cinchona because his bark is the only ana Durica a short distance cast of this e Yaluble thing about himAfiurdttU city Bodyof a Drowned Laf Recovered Vincennes Inh March 20 The body of hj t The action the House in rcfus The Argus dropped the subject pre Â¬ ing to hold communication with the cisely because it had given it tlie fullest j and most exhaustive consideration Senate prevents 4e Soldiers1 Monu Â¬ le and when accused of litterinp jieiier- - ment bill from deeming a law This gftscfl in the Senate our esteemed bill was fife 5Bv 7iUsed It wastsonW JocJf taKeWigngnapnrtH vut justly JiWni l TVA T JkW Yokk Marcli 17 After an unblem clear and specific charges Tlicro was thejicaio UiHon3etrAYJicrMtvMBO - taring forty years as an nothing more to be said on tho subject iiasseu i resilient r ii aim1 uuvcnuir h on a log4omitimmmmfiaAjmfWm3-ished reputation of oiuiwi we will question him listen to his re- honorable business man Walter K Law where Captain That place in front put the Telegram i surprised that tho Gray aro both ready to sign it but the ply built many a line craft wasthe right of bis ton president and treasurer of the Na to Democratic Administration has not ap House withholds it thus preventing its T IA is a lleeing built many a vassa Phosphate Company becoming a law r The ex soldiers of yard was where Captain criminal leaving ci editors for KW0000 or iilied itMlf to the task of liiiiitinr down the State will hold the Republican roaster and next to his yard was Captain M s yard Ah sir when those three yards were the pis blie plunderer and piini hinn possibly 1000000 behind bun ThoKavas running this small had good times and no Phosphatv Company own one of the thorn for their rascalit and it regards party responsible if the bill fails of be- Â¬ one needed to bs town for there was work for sa idle 1L foolishness and a quarter of a the silence of the Argus in not ex- Â¬ coming a law because AVest India Islands alt Iiut rich monopolists have ruined all orr century or more ago made lawson Bros maU plaining tliis matter as singular ac- Â¬ of the House Republicans Indiana you shipbuilders Go from port to port aud One of tho will tlnd the same tate of affairs But o 53 lli oad way their agents tion Nothing singular about it The State Sentinel We us turn to other manufactures brothers died but the firm name was con Me Advertiser let The Portland s r iirst duty of tho Democratic Adminis- Â¬ travel from Kast to West and North to tinued by IV E Lawton who through a tration Mas to purify the public service Rep discussing the appointment of South what do we lied Thousands of small of the phosphate kr successful inanagemcut factorie- where many kinds of manufactures companys interests was promoted to the from the corruption willi which nearly colored men to office in the District of were carried ou but thee all have been driven times have out of existence by rich monopolists Since He is sixty yeai s of ae a quarter of a century of licpublican Columbia remarks that position named Mr hfjjh tariff has cursed the American working This was a task changed and goes on to say is married but childe s and has a be u- - rule had poisoned it says it has built manufactories and ful home at Spuyten Uuyvel Matthews has been twice rejected for men Friend working man Â¬ that called for all the time and ener helped the I chaUenge him or the ostensible reason that he was not a any man to go with me on a tour gies of the Administration American Cardinals Hatted The defalcations of Iliited State- - resident of the District but really a over the United States and I will prove to him it has shut hundreds of factories aud that Rome Match 17 Cardinals Gibbon and otticials during the Admini t ration- - of very body knew he was a black Dem Â¬ thathave fewer factories pro rata to our popula we Taschercau were hatted in the public All the objections tion than we had thirty five years ajo owing ocrat adds It Presidents rant Hayes ami Arthur Consistory this afternoon Tho ceremonies to as compiled from the public records raised against Matthews apply to Trot- Â¬ lo- the combination of rich monopolists toswal- were on an elaborate scale At the concluup or drive out small factories Again the show that 12Snt76 18 were stolen ter Frederick Douglass was a citizen laborers who work In these monopolist factosion the two Cardinals were warmly conof New York when he was first nomi- Â¬ ries and mines are ground down almost to the Popes Cardinal Pecci th gratulated from the Government and this does MAN NO LONGER A brothrrreceived the new Cardinals yester Â¬ not include the money stolen under nated for the same place and nobody supply of the common necessaries of life if wc compare the protlts ot Olle Kured 15111 lloile Pails to Dodga day and accompanied them to the Throne tar route seems to have thought of objecting ou what they recened thirty these monopolists to the whisky ring frauds years ago we will room whcie the Pope conferred upon them fraud lodge ljneh tlnd the worklnjc men tor serfs as Friend calls Department defalca- Â¬ that account Cardi Mo7Ctta and Crimson Beretta Chicago March IS A Tune special tho QrO An interview with Public Printer ui not receiving their share by forty per cent tions Bunisides fraud- - Ilowgatcs many cases from Albuquerque N M says The news nal Masclla addressed the Pope who reBenedict in the Washington Post inI will not refer to the serfs of KilfSpe as Mr the Naval Medical llureaii of the capture and lynching of One EaW plied The Popo also precomzed the new fraud is as strong in his views in regard to Kurop Dodge a desperado and horsethief near Aichbishops and Bishops in Canada tho frauds or the defalcation of the dis Â¬ shows that the work of the office was can be J have been Lordsburg has arrived For a long timo United States India and Australia Tho bursing clerk of the State Department never m a more forward condition lie as one and 1 traeled over a over there threj great deal of it telegraphed the Car congratu- Â¬ Those frauds extended over a con Â¬ was accused by some Republican Sen times past tho southern part of the Territory has Pope has therefore I could say much on the labor quesbeen infested with a gang of desperadoes lating him on his escape from assasina-uonsiderable period Some have been- - in Â¬ ators of being behind in some of the tion o er there but space will not permit But the refer to who made life and property unsafe anil vestigated under Republican Adminis Â¬ bound copies of the annual reports I willtariff men one mora argument of sold says steel rails Sir high tho chief of tho gang was William Dodge tration but the guilty men were in of the secretaries when tho delay is when Imported at 1GS per ton I will not dis Call Another who wns foud of calling himself a b n d Washington- Man lrl It is expected the most important instances allowed caused in the departments from which pute that But he claims our factories can sell man and exacted lespect and drinks for from J7 to 4M- - Then to go unpunished Dorsey and Brady Government printing office is to re- Â¬ the same rails hero impoe a tariff of JI750 per from tenderfeet at the point of tho pistol that a calf for indOidOO why does Congress ceive map3 and illustrations and to ton Is tt not solely for the benefit of monopoAbout a year ago Dodge tried tho same bonds willbemadeinafcw days to mnturo were lucky in this respect The amount of these bondsnow game on a cowboy who pulled a bowie May await proof reading and indexing by lists- so as to compel the buyers to pay any i easy to speak of puni hing those It combine to knife and lopped off the right ear of Dodge subject to call is S2iSMK7 There aio rascals by due process of law but next the officials Compared with last year pree which monopolists may well known put a fact I giviug him the name of One Ear Dodge JSVJV00 of past due threes still outstandMr on steel rails the it not down it is to crush that tiie work is very far advanced out prico to corner them so when they put Having been suspected of being concerned ing There aie also outstanding SlttaV M to an impossibility The ramifi Â¬ Benedict since he took hold of the ome weak competitor When they have done as to obtain a conviction a large number of horses in bonds of the U7th call which will ma in stealing this and loKered the laborers wages up go the The total redemptions under cations of their schemes were o Avidely office has infu ed energy industry steel rails to an unreasonable price and the Dodge was watched and seen a day or ture April oxtendod and involved i o niiiiir in order and regularity into it winch it American public ha to pay it The fact is he open calls to date amount to i 111100 two since passing Claytons ranch poing same with toward the Mexican line with three stolen terests that liko the spider they fet never knew before His work shows here a low tariff these per tonmils can be made and leave a fair than Vil Celestials Importing a Joss horses A pursuing party captur d him of their own most conclusively the excellent judg Â¬ profit for less manufacturer The cost of produc secure within the web to the were sent out to owners of and invitations WisiiiMTON I C March 17 Applica weaving Tliey covered up their track ment of the President in selecting him ing steel rails ha been reduced by a new pro stolen stock to attend Dodges trial whlnb tion comes to tho Treas urv Department without difficulty since they had high for a position to which he is in every cess nearly two thirds so the reduction from J1C0 Mr of is took place yesterday on Mexican soil for the free entry at San Francisco of a The opposition to tricks to speaksuorant one of the monopolists officers of the Government to shield way well qualified oters catci it tho court being presided over by Judgo wooilen joss for a Chinese joss houso Investigation after investiga Â¬ his confirmation is the result of sheer The surplus in th United States Treasury Lynch who sentenced the prisoner to there It is proprsed to bring it in free of them the working classes have deatti in a tew moments Dodge hue 1 iuty us an imago and regalia for the uso tion was called for in vain or when envy partisanship and malice Albany plainly shova thatthe pretense of helping the been robbed under Thn jrod of 10- - responded to was so bunglingly man- - Argus rUKoii assomutiorvs from jtjtm nmi j ampnernnnu vu Tbittiitionof Sauatorlloar laborer laborer Il musl have come was the rutuaihr VtillUnbiuuaMlliiiMUii3nltwiultainUui of Massachusetts and Senator Sherman honest thefor since the high tariff richerIntro wji C Most Important if True will make a figure lVi feet long composed and duced rich have been getting attainable The only result was to poor poorer Thirty five years ag how Philadelphia March IS Dr V N Mo- of wood cloth paper tins and metal cause ttie rascals to be more cautious of Ohio is demurely directed to the the mllionaires had wc in the United States many of the City Laughlin Physician-in-Chio- f and to destroy as far as possible the sworn testimony of residents of Wash- Â¬ To day we have thosa who count their millions New Guns Hospital reports marvelous success in ington County Texas given before the by the hundred This isf nc of the fruits of legal proofs of their infamy VfAsniNGTOv Marcli 17 An eight inch treating consumptive patients by tho high tariff Another that nearly Senate Investigating committee on the we buy is adulteratedisor a sham every thing system rifled gun intended for tho new cruiser discovered French lately At the time when they might have Another of of of a prep- Boston has been completed at the Wash rectal injections bcon punished for their misdeeds the alleged election outrages in that dis Â¬ its fruits is the concentration of factories in a aration of carbonic acid gas all other ington Navy Yard and sent to tho proving Republican Administration refused to trict The preponderance of evidence few towns compellng vast numbers of persons to be huddled together like swine for they must mcdiciic being abondoncd Of thirty pa ground at Annapolis Md for trial An do so Now that the necessary proofs flatly contradicts the statements of the live where the factories arc Thi is ono of the tients in the last stages of consumption nil other gun of the same caliber two twclvo memorialists who it is said by numer- Â¬ causes why we have such great strikes if facno longer attainable have greatly improved under this treat- inch rifles and several six inch guns all arc in many cases throughout tories were more witnesses spirited away or documents ous witnesses are a worthless lot of Re Â¬ the land and no evenly distributedrich monopo are rapidly to form part of the armament of the Uos ment and to all appearanc combination publican politicians who have for years lists against competition we of missing the Democratic Admini-tra-tio- n recovering their health Dr McLaughlin ton arc now in process of manufacture at would have no is called upon to punish the delin Â¬ been manipulating the colored vote in strikes but the laborer would get nearer a jut believes a complete cure for consumption the Washington Navy Yard of the profits of and lower has been found quencies and defalcations of Republic Â¬ their own interests but having been sharehealthful places his labor in Under rents high to live and Carboneled Glycerine an office holders We recall to the ousted from power in 1884 they have tariff it is non ease to talk of competition in Two Dead Tramps Tcscola III March 17 Rev PM Don attention of our esteemed contempo- Â¬ since been endeavoring to pose as mar Â¬ many industries I Gammcgr PiTTsnritoii Pa March IS The bodies ohuo of Charleston who was latefy mada rary the case of Surgeon General Wales tyrs Ex Congressman Giddings of A Mere Subterfuge of two unknown tramps wero discovered a Lieutenant in the French Army by GenSecre- Â¬ Texas says the whole trouble arises in tho hot air flue at the Isabella Furnaco eral Boulangcr for discovering a very de- and the correspondence between the memorialists are Mr Plumb of Kansas made some by watchmen this morning The men had structive explosive for use in torpedo war- Â¬ tary Chandler and the lamented Mr from the fact that Republicans for revenue only This very pertinent and sensible remarks in evidently crawled into the fluo or tunnel fare has decided to call his new invention Hendricks in the summer of 1SS1 He says that it carbonetcd glyccrino to escape from the cold last night and had Mr Hendricks thus alluded to is sad news for the above mentioned the Senate when the Naval Appropria Â¬ standard bearers of the army of bloody tion bill was under consideration been suffocated by the coke gas while has ten times the destructive power pos Â¬ Chandlers connection with this case sleeping There was nothing about their sessed by nltro glyccrine and can be han For the Bureau of Medicine ind shirt orators It will compel those gen- Speaking to the amendment proposed persons which would furnish a clew to dled with a great deal more safety Surgery the defalcation is largebut the tlemen to conduct a little investigation by the SenateVomniit tee appropriating their identity Â¬ 21100000 for steel cruisers floating The Grant Memorial Fund more serious fact i that it could and of their own and remodel the occurrence to suit the exigencies of the next batteries or ram light draught gun- - a 17 Since tho death did extend through two Administra Â¬ New Yokk March Girl Horribly Burned Chicago Xews of ex President Arthur the position of tions of the department boats torpedo boats and their arma Â¬ i period of Presidential Campaign LirATETTE Ink March IS Alice Jones m m President of the Grant Memorial Fund As- Â¬ nearly four years without detection the ments Jfr Plumb declared that aged eighteen a domestic in a city res was held by The Presidential Veto great body of the American people taurant was probably fatally burned to- sociation which will probably behim has You testified that some inquiry filled at day her clothing igniting from tho range been vacant It of During the life of the Forty ninth were not disturbed by all the efforts to j and the conclusion the association Tho was made is still alive this evening Joseph the next meeting She sus- Â¬ Congress 132 bills were vetoed or 21 convince them of the dangers menacing was that while there were by a contribution Pcttit in his efforts to save her life had fund has been increasedthe week and now picious circumstances they did not more than the totvl number of bills their peace While they were dc- both hands badly burned The Hcsh on tha of four nickels during of the Gov- sirous that reasonable measures should Stf warrant a conclusion of guilt After a vetoed from tho foundation unfortunate girls back was literally roast Amounts to f l2ivVi notice verbal and in writing you left ernment to the beginning of that Con- Â¬ be adopted for the Nations defense ed and hung in shreds The Ccadly Car Wheels the men in office You did not bring gress These facts do not indicate that they did not look upon this time as one OMAnA March 17 John Prossncr staHeavy Earthquake at Summcrville the frauds to light nor the guilt- - par- Â¬ the President has made an unworthy of emergency or one in which any tion agent at Edgar Neb on the St Joo The 18 his prerogative It thing unusual should be done A dispatch Charleston S C March and Grand Island railroad has lost two ties to punishment What is 3our next or unwise use of from Summcrville says that an earth- sons in one week by the fatal car wheels Worse if possible than be- Â¬ appears that Congress invited the pending agitation he asserted was in excuse quake shock at 0 oclock this evening was Both were brakemen Five days ago fore You say a large number of Con Â¬ Presidents action by hasty and the interest of private speculation If the worst that has occurred in two months Charles the elder was run over and killed gressmen recommended that legislation and that his action was the Naval bill were to be accompanied the head It causes some excitement because it waa at Sutton Neb and to day William fell of a tax to meet Jhe the bureau Dr Wales should be reÂ¬ in manycases the result of more care- Â¬ with a provision thought to be severe enough to do the under the wheels at Hansen Neb and m ful inquiry than some of his predeces- Â¬ enormous expenditure involved in the appointed Members of Congress knew town some damage two hours died nothing of the frauds they had no op- Â¬ sors were willingto make Thclistof Senate amendments the expenditure n nnhl lie still more satis- - he felt sure would not be made0 The Farmer and Daughter Drowned portunity to know It was within vntn Slight Earthquake Tremors 13 A farmer Picatonica III March But Dr Wales factorv to fair and unbiased men proposition was to some extent tho Cn MtLKSTON S C March 17 There your reach and power conomitant of a large surplus in named John Lundon riding into town jes were two slight carthquako tremors iiero was not one of the threo guilty rogues and possiblv to the President himself The American people terday with his daughter and son drove about nine oclock this morning They He neither forged the vouchers nor if it were longer The action of Con- Â¬ the treasury off the pike which is covered with were nlso felt at Summcrville and were embezzled would be better pleased if Congres vetoes is in itself Â¬ gress concerning the water and the vehicle was overturned heavier there than in this city although bility in the money His responsi- further proof that they were well con- Â¬ would take the tariff duty off bunher the case ir just the same as The father and daughter were drowned no damage was done in either plnce your own He was the otlicitil superior sidered for only two of the vetoed bills and salt and measurably off other nee- essaries of life than with a policy of They Care Not for the Kaiser of the three rogues as you were of were poscti m spue ui wc Indiana Borrowing to Pay Debts a private pension bill and enormous expenditure for etjast de Â¬ IS Two German Indianapolis Ind March 17 The GovWahash Ini March himself as well as of them Neither he objections employes of a furniture company arc in re- ernor and SUitc officers met to day and nor yourself exposed the frauds nor a bill for a public building An exam Â¬ fenses ami the naval establishment ceipt of notice from the War Department authorized a loan of B0O to pay the inThis is refreshing talk to come from ple of the hasty legislation which inpunished the parties of the Fatherland to report at once for mil- terest on the States foreign debt Tho leads to veto messages may be a Republican Senator It9tits the ca e This is but a single instance of the evitably itary duty on penalty of having theit loan is mnde through Coffin fc Stanton of of defenseless sear of the Senate unwillingness of high bfiicfnls under found in the proceedings seven private exactly is The cry subterfuge of spoiJia to re- Now York and bears 3 1 10 per cent inter property confiscated Both decline a mere coasts March 1 when fifty turn however est i ins is the smallest per cent ever the Republican Administration to bring on in just twenty-ftionists and jobbers to prevent a defaulters and swindlers to justice pension bills were passed secured by the State on a loan Honor to Buffalo Bill in the tariff by wiping out minutes These bills were not Ex uno Usee omnts So Secure did the ive Omaha Govcrnoi Neil March IS They were accepted upon the treasury surplus Mr Plumbs Juvenile Murder read of rascals who so long fattened even Thayer has commissioned AV F Cody Buf f a worth Senator who protest of course had mo Charleston S C March 17 William gang upon tho Government feel in their long the repov at his own expense a kind of vigorous as on his staff with flaxlcy colored boy aged sixteen years falollill upon the Senate which voted the effect the rank of Colonel and also as Commi- was stabbed to the heart and killed by immunity from punishmeqt by tho maintains 21 100000 appropriation with joyful private pension bureau which grinds ssioner of the State of Nebraska to the three small colored boys this strong grip they held on those wjio afternoon N Y Times alacrity But it will meet with a hearty reports by the dozen in London American Exhibition The murderers escaped might have brought them to justice out response jrom me country wmcujs that they did not realize for a longtime A Few Administration Acts Forger Extradited Preferred Death to Home at Night beginning to understand the trueinr r the consequences of the change from a Toiioxto Ont Marcli IS E H McDuf Lancastek Pa March XT warduess of the manufactured panic Geneva corrupt to an honest Government JTexJ II order of importance among fic tho absconding forger from Texas left Stoner aged seventeen years of this city over the seacoasts and the navy aud is When they did realize they formed a the acts of the ateCongress after the thoroughly disgusted with the willing- here to night accompanied by Deputy committed suicide last night by takin ra combine against Mr Cleveland and bills re3rdmo the Presidential succes- Â¬ Sheriff Feffers of Dallas Texas for tho dose of rat poison She gave as a reason to squander millions scene of his offense President Clevelands for the act that her mother would not al-Â¬ his Administration a t ribute to honesty sion an tne electoral count and the ness of Congress of dollars upon schemes of plunder ami e low her to go out at night act warrant for his extradition having arrived rarely paid a Chief Eecutiv 3of this bill repe mS l10 while refusing to grant the here most of the creatures is to be ranked the Iriter Statc Com- Â¬ jobbery relief from the intolerable Nation Destructive Tornado in Florida slightest of the lobby congregate thjera will be merce bill an experiment in Federal Negro Lynched Tampa Fla March 17 A tornado swept Mr legislation regarding railways the burden of monopoly taxation NAsnviLLE March 18 A masked mob through town late to night destroying heard angry mutterings agifinst the of which will be awaited with Plumb is away in advance of his party When agents pf rot-Â¬ workings broko into the jail and compelled tho jailer several houses Two children were killed Administration and the inclepehd- to produce Wm Hardy a mulatto charged one woman was fatally injured and sev- - ten corporations sit down together are great interest The law grating lands upon this question is infinitely to his -attitude he took fn severalty to Indians marks a long cut with the muracr of a white man last fall eral persons were seriously hurt The heard curses deep and loud credit Chicago Times pecuniary loss is about 10000 and hansred him to a tree The Democratic Administration has step forward 0 in the solution of the r T problem The passage of a bill Congress of Churches and Christians so well fulfilled its first and most im- Â¬ Indian All that the protectionists ask Highway Robbery and Murder authorizing a building for the Con Â¬ this Uhicaco March I The Chairman of portant duty the purification of the of the farmer in the United States is Chicago March IS At one oclock library is cause for congrat- Â¬ morning John Doty was crossing tho Dock the proposed Congress or Churches and Government that the scandals that gressional Tiie that he shall lie still while he is being act referring all private bkinned ulation was assaulted by Christian tq be held in this city on March street viaduct when he T facilitate matters thcy produced such a fruitful harvest ever two men who struck him on the head with 80 to consider the nature and principles of year have ceased to exist needed claims which have long occupied an woulil be willing to give not one mem- It a club knocking him down and fracturing the secret lodge system and its influence only an Administration that believed unreasonable share of the time of Con- Â¬ alone but a dozen tho on the Christian religion and civil liberty the Court of Claims is an im Â¬ ber of the Cabinetthat that would stepV his skull After rifling his pockets states that 150 delegates have already anin business principles and honest exe- Â¬ gress to always providing thugs lied leaving no clew to their idea nounced their intention to be present- Â¬ V i cution of the laws dominated by a res- Â¬ portant measure of reform in legis-Â¬ his mouth Chicago Jlerald tity methods The steady improveolute fearless man to bring about the lative Little Rock Auk March 17 Advices a loc1 have Sentenced to Hang Chinese dailrpai ment in the postal service receives from the stock gPowing centers of tho change To the Democratic Adminis 15 Henry Land impetus in the acU extending news unless it is brought into the office St Louis Mo March another Southwest Chinese re Â¬ grafd who was convicted in tho criminaj revival in are to the effect that a decided t ration is due the reform that pervades the free delivery system to allplaces of with a request to publish the cattle business has comto every branch of therpnblie service court last week of murdering his sweet menced much dignity to go In various parts of the Republican Ad ministration is due 10000 inhabitants and reducing the porters have too heart Annie Tisch In March 18S5 wm preparations for tho spring driveTexas Dtiroit U money orders have V Y sloshing around niter scoops the failure to puuiul those who robbed fees onvoit sentenced this morning to be banged been completed and in some instancM April 29 Fru Press herds have started up the trail 1I19 Government The time when ti spectators burst into the ring and niiae an indiscriminate attack upon tho bulls and the lighters with chair and other convenient missiles The troops were called upon to suppress the ckU and several tunes wero compelled to charge the crowd with drawn sabers before tho maddened people would desist from their attck upon tho bull fighters The peoplo resisted the soldiers and large numbers of former more or less wounded wero rrevcd XJhe Our esteemed contemporary the Albany Arqiu has not yet explained to Its readers why tho Democrit 1c Administration has neglected to brinff action against the Republicans who have robbed the Government whJIe they wero In omce The tlniM charged that the Government under the Republicans was i mass ot festering corruption It asserted that millions of dollars were stolen and that there were hundreds of defalcations Its charges were so clear and specitlc thit it was asked why the guilty men were allowed to go unpunished Since then the Argun has dropped tile subject This TrOy Ttltgram is singular action Â¬ Â¬ Remark About the KRectc of High Tariff Upon WorklncOIen Made r a Laborer IVho IIa Inveatigated lhe following letter to the New York Witness in answer to a letter which had previously appeared in that paper contains so much food for thought that with a few necessary changes it is given entire ant maturity 4uny Argus NEWSPAPER DRIFT JnTiganUSITn Â¬ taudiihiYf -- Will you allow a working man to express his riews formed from personal observation oa that great humbug called high tariff for the pro- Â¬ tection of American labor I wish to correct those false claims put forth by our friend It was claimed ia that letter that high tariff had built up factories and benetited the working man I as a working man deny this It ha been the reverse Mr JJditor please go with me on an Inspection tour and let us look at stubborn facts First wc wilt Tislt the shin bulldine ardsand j-r 1 tTT rr t Â¬ - if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Io-t-om- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thrce-Per-Cc- Â¬ - three-per-cc- 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ed fr Â¬ iv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ m H Tenure-of-Offic- A -- vi i -- r Â¬ m Â¬ im i 11 o -- Jh wi- 2 W y i I -- W i vi c v - - - C T jdH mmmmwsimmB8msmzmM - v r r U tu e -- J eaa HxWTtir GOOD CnEEK The Christian World Rejoicos Over in regard to There arc sudden deaths sudden i T have to tell century you that Heaven f A Redeemed Soul earth and hell are after calamities sudden losses Why not sudAmi Hcivm Smlli s When tli ltxt lln Ucen Fount sermon by Itcv T DcWltt so sur Â¬ that night Oh that it might be sudden go on conversion with you to day God can savo Instead of this total indifference all about you in ono month as well as he can in a you Â¬ It is a startling statement It will prise you that I must prove it as I Talmage KiKSA J 1 Hev T De preached in the Second Presbyterian Church of this place this morning Ho arrived here yesterday from St Louis and is stopping over Sunday on his way to Topeka Kas After cx epounding an appropriate chapter he gavo out the hymn beginning Jesus lorar ofjnysoul y Mo March 20 D D Witt Talmage Citt Â¬ Let mc to Thy bosom fly jXt r His subject was Cheer for the Dis heartened and his text Psalm cxiii v 4 No man cared for my soul Dr Tal- Â¬ mage said David the rubicund lad had become the battle worn warrior Three -- thousand armed men in pursuit of him he had hlddon in the cave of Engedi near the coast of the Dead Sea Utterly fagged out with the pursuit as you have often been worn out with the trials of life he sat No man cared for down and cried out my soul If you should fall through a hatchway or slip from a scaffolding or drop through a skylight there would bo hundreds of people who would como around and pick up your body and carry it home or to the hospital I saw a great crowd of people in the streets and I asked What is the matter J and 1 found out that a poor la-boring man had fallen under sunstroke our eyes wero l1Lt i it-h- - and all thought of his filled with tears in J distracted wife at the a nnd his desolated home We are all sympathetic with physical disaster but how little sympathy for spiritual woe3 There are men in this houso who have come to middle life who have never yet been once personally accosted about their eternal welfare A graat sermon drop s ped into an audience of hundreds of thou sands will do its work but if this world is ever to be brought to God it will bo through little sermons preached to pri vate Christians to an audience of one The sisters letter postmarked at the village the word uttered in your hearing half of smiles and half of tears the to a business religious postscript letter the card left at the door when you had some kind of trouble the anxious look of some one across a church aisle nvhile an earnest sermon was being preached swung you into the kingdom of God But there arc hundreds of people in this house who will take the word that e David used in the past tense and employ it No in the present tense and cry out v You feel as you man cares for my soul go out day by day in the tug and jostle of life that it is every man for him- self You can endure the pressure of commercial affairs and would consider it almost impertinent for any one to ask you whether you are making or losing money but thrrc have been times when you would have drawn your check for thousands of dollars if some one would 9 only help your soul out of its perplexities Thre are questions about your highor destiny that ache and distract and agoLet no ono suppose nize you at times that because you are busy all day with hardware or dry goods or groceries 6 or grain that your thoughts are no longer than your yard stick and stop at the brass headed nails of the store coun When you speak once about reter ligious things you think five thousand times They call you a worldling You are not a worldling Of course you are in- dustrious and keep busy but you have had your eyes opened to the realities of ethe next world You are not a fool You know better than anyone can tell you that a few years at most will wind up your parthly engagements and that you will take residence in a distant sphere where all your business adroitness will bo a superfluity You sometimes think till ymr head aches about religious subjects You go down the street with your eyes fixed on the pavement oblivious of the passing multitudes your thoughts gone on eternal expedition You wonder if the Bible is true how much oflt is literal and how much of it is figurative If Christ be God if there is any- Â¬ thing like retribution if you are immortal it a resurrection will ever take place what the occupation of your departed kindred J is Vhat you will be ten thousand years from now With a cultured placidity of countenance you arc on lire with agitations of souL Oh this solitary anxiety of your whole life time You have sold goods to or bought them from Christian people years for ten and they have never whispered one word of spiritual counsel You have passed up and down the aisles of churches with men who knew that you had no hope of heaven and talked about the weather and about your physical fe health and about everything but that concerning which you most wanted to hear them speak namely your everlasting spirit Times without number you have felt in your heart if jrou have not uttered it with your lips No man cares for mv Â¬ mi r- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ souL - 3 iHBpwi f w I I I IP- - Is i i Fvi j t Ky - - There have been times when you were especially pliable on the great subject of religion It wa so for instance after you had lost your property You had a great many letters blowing you up for being unfortunate You showed that there had been a concatenation of circumstances and that your insolvency was no fault of yours Your creditors talked to you as g though they would have a hundred cents on a dollar or your life Protest after pro test tuniDica in on your desk Men who used to take your hand with bofti of theirs and shake it violently now pass you on the street with an almost imperceptible nod After six or eight hours of scalding bus Â¬ iness anxiety you go home and shut the door and throw yourself on the sofa and you feel in a state of despair You wish that some one would come in and break up the gloom Every thing seems to bo against you The bank against you Your creditors against you Your friends sud- aeniy Decome critical against vou All the past against you All the future against xou make reproachful outcrv NV cares lor my soul Ihere was another occasion when all the doors of your heart swung open for sacred influences A bright light wont out in your household Within three or four days there were compressed sickness death obsequies You were so lonclv that a hundred people coming Into the house did not break up the solitariness You were almost killed with the domestic calamity A few formal perfunctory words of consolation were uttered on the stairs before you went to the grave but you wanted some one to come and talk over the whole matter and recite the alleviations and decipher the lessons of the dark bereavement No one came Many atimc you could not sleep until two or three oclock in the morning and then your sleep was a troubled dream in which was re enacted all the scenes of sickness and parting and dissolution Oh what days and nights they were No man seemed to care for your soul There was another time when your heart was very susceptible There was a great awakening There were hundreds of people who pressed into the Kingdom of God some of them acquaintances some busi- Â¬ ness associates yes perhaps some members of your own family were baptized by sprinkling or immersion Christian peoplo thought of you and ttcy called at your store but you were out on business They stopped at your house you had gone around to spend the evening 1 hey sent a kindly message to you somehow bvacci dent you did not get it The life boat of the gospel swept through the surf and everybody seemed to get in but you fc s Every thinr stenicd toescano nm One touelTof personal sympathv would nave pusbca you into the kingdom of God When on communion day your friends in and your sous and daughters went into the church you buried vour face ia yonr handkerchief and sobbed Why am I left outt Every body seems to get saved hut me No man care Tor mv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 wit souL your immortal to cheat it hell spirit to destroy it Heavenearth Al to redeem it though you mav be a stranger to the Christians in this houso their faces would glow and their hearts would bound if they saw you make ono step heavenward So intricate and far rcnching is this web of sympathy that I could by ono word rouse n great many prayers in your behalf No ono cares for your soul Why ono signal of distress on your part would thrill this audienco with holy excitement If a boat in any harhnr should get in dis tress from tho ad from the sioops ana from thn ctramers the nymg paddles would pull to tho rescue And if now you would lift one signal of distress all these voyagers of eternity would bear down toward you and bring you relief But no You are like a ship on fire at sea They keep tho hatches down and the captain is frenzied and he gives orders that no ono hail the passing ships He says I shall cither land this vessel in Hamburg or on tho bottom of tho ocean and 1 dont caro which Yonder is a ship of the White Star Line passing Yonder ono of the National Line Yonder one of the Cunard Line Yonder pine of the Inman Line they know But not there is anv calamity happen Â¬ ing on that one vessel- - Oh if tho captain would only put his trumpet to his lip and cry out Lower your boats Bear down this wayl Wo re burning up o signal is given Fire Fire No No If that vessel perishcsJmving hailed no one whose fault will it be Will it bo the fault of tho ship tbnt nld Its calamity or will it bo tho faylt of tho vessels that passing on tho high seas would have been glad to furnish relief if it had been only asked In other words my brother if you miss Hcafen it will bo your own fault No one caro for your soul Why in ail the ages thcro havo been men whoso en tire business was soul saving In this work Munson went down under tho knives of the cannibals whom he had como to save and Robert McCheyne preached himself to death by thirty years of age and John Bunyan was thrown into n dungeon in Bedfordshire and Jcliudi Ashman en dured all the malarias of the African jungle and thore arc hundreds and thousands of Christian men and women now who are praying toiling preaching living dying to save souls No one care foryour soul Have you heard how Christ feels about it 1 know it was only five or six miles from Bethle hem to Calvary the birthplaco and death place of Christ but who can tell how many miles it was from the throne to the manger How many miles down how many miles back again Tho place of His departure was the focus of all splendor and pomp All the thrones facing His throne His name the chorus in every song and tho mscrip- tion on every banner UisTanding place a cattle pen malodarous with unwtshed brutes and dogs growling in and out of the stable Born of a weary mother who had journeyed eighty milos in severe unhoalth that she might find tho right place for the Lords nativity born not as other Princes under the flash of a chandelier but under a lantern swung by a ropo to tho roof of the barn In that place Christ started to save you Your name your face your time your eternity in Christs mind Sometimes traveling on mules back to escape old Herods massacre sometimes attempting nervous sleep on the chilly hillside sometimes earning his breakfast by the carpentry of a plow In Quarantina tho stones of tho field by their shapo and color looking liko the loaves of bread tantalizing his hunger Yet all the timo keeping on after you With drenched coat treading the surf of Gencssaret Howled after by a bloodthirsty mob Denounced as a drunkard Mourning over a doomed city while others shouted at the sight of shimmering towers All the time coining on and coming on to save you Indicated as being a traitor against government perjured witnesses swearing their souls away to insure his butchery Flogged spit on slapped in the face and then hoisted on rough lumber in the sight of earth and Heaven and to hell purchase your eternal emancipation From the first infant step to the last step of manhood on tho sharp spike of Calvary a journey for you Oh how ho cared for your soul By dolorous arithmetic add up the stable he wintry tempest tho midnight dampness tho abstinence of forty days from food the brutal Sanhedrim the Heights of Golgotha across which all the hatreds of earth and all the furies of hell charged with their bayonets and then dare to say again that no one care for your soul A young man might as well go off from homo and give his father and mother no intimation as to where he has gone and crossing tho seas sitting down in soine foreign country cold sick and hungry and My father and mother lonely saying dont care any thing about me Do not care any thing about him Why that fathers hair has turned gray sincchis son went off He has written to all the consuls in the foreign ports asking about that son Docs not the mother care any thing about He has broken her heart him She has never smiled since he went away All day long and almost all night she Where is he Where can keeps asking He is the first thought in her he be prayer and the last thought in her prayer the first thought in the morning and tho last thought at night She says O God bring back my boyjC i must sec im again before I die Where is he I must see him again before I die Oh do not his father and mother caro for him You go away from your Heavenly Father and you think he does not care for you because jou will not even read tho letters by which ho invites you to come back while all Heaven is waiting and waiting and waiting for you to return A young man said to his father lam going off I will write to you at the end of seven years and tell you where I anf Many years have passed along since that son went away and for years the father has been gofng to tho Oepot In tho village on the arrival of every train nnd when ho hears the whistle in the distance he is thrilled with excitement and he waits until all the passengers have come out and then he waits until the train has gone clear out of sight again and then he goes home hastening back to the next train and he will be at every tram until that son comes backcunlcss the son waits until thn fathpr be dead But oh tho greater patience of God He has been waiting for you not seven years not nine vears but for anmo nf vou twenty years thirty spars forty years fifty ycas waitincr calling waitine calling until nothing but omnipotent patience could have endured iL Oh mv brother do not take the sentiment of my text as your sen timent We do care for your soul Ono Sabbath night years ago in my church in Brooklyn ayoung man appeared at the end of the platform and he said to me i nave just como oil sea i saui When did you arrive Said he I came Into port this afternoon I was in a great blow off Cape Hatteras this last wee ana t thought that I mignt as weu go to Heaven as to hell I thought tho ship would sink but sir I never seriously thought about my soul until to night I said to him Do you fjeel that Christ is able and willing to save you Ohyeshernli Well I I do said now are you willing to come and bo saved by Him Well I am he said will you now in the prayer we are about to offer give yourself to God for time and eternity IwilL he said Then we knelt in prayer and after we had got through praying he told me that the great transfornfation had taken placea I could notdoubttL He is on tho sea now I do n- - know what other port he may gain or lose but I think he will gain the harbor of Heaven Star of peace beam oer the billow Bless the soul that sighs for Thee j Â¬ Â¬ men-of-w- den deliverances Gods spirit is infinite in speed He comes here with omnipotent power and he is ready hero and now in stantanously and forever to savo your I believo that a multitude of you soul will to day come to God I feel you are coming and you will bring along your families and your friends with you They havo heard in Heaven already of tho step you are about to take Tho news has been cried along tho golden streets and has rung out from the tower A soul saved A soul saved But there is somo one hcra to day who will reject this gospel Ho will stay out of tho kingdom of God himself He will keep his family and his friends out It is a dreadful thing for a mau just to plant himself in tho way of life then keep his children back keep back his companion In life keep back his business partners refuse to go into Heaven himself and refuso toletothers go in Ayoung mans decision A young man at the close of a religious servicc vas asked to decide the matter of his souls salvation Ho said I will not do it to night Well the Christian man I kopt talking with him and he said insist that to night you cither tako God or reject him Well said tho young man if ycu put it in that way I will reject him There now the matters set- Â¬ tled On his way home on horseback ho knew not that a treo had fallen aslant tho road and ho was going at full speed and he struck the obstacle and dropped lifeless That night his Christian mother heard tho riderless horse plunging about tho barn and mistrusting something terrible was tho matter she went out and came to tho place where her son lay and O Henry acad and not sho cried out a Christian Oh my son my son dead and not a Christian Oh Henry Henry God keep us dead and not a Christian from such n catastrophe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM AND FIRESIDE Cut cold hominy or hastj-- pudding into thin slices dip each piece into well beaten egg and fry on a griddle A correspondent of the Country Gentleman who has good success with poultry feeds wheat all they will eat with scalded cornmeal when they were small To remove paper labels from old bottles wet the face of the label with water and bold it for an in tant over any convenient tlame Tho steam pene- Â¬ trates tho label at once and softens the paste Sudden changes of the weather caue disease among fowls much sooner than long continued cold or warm weather lloiip a very contagious dis ease is usually due to dampnessCAi cago Journal To brighten and polNh g and prevent rust apply rouge with a littlo fresh lard or lard oil on a wash leather or a piece of buckskin Rub the bright parte using as little of the rouge and oil as possible wipe off with a clean rag slightly oiled Repeat the wiping every da and the polishing as often as necessary Sir A K Whitney the great orchardint of Northern Illinois advises the following for rabbite gnawing apple trees One fourth bushel of linie one half pound copperas one pound cheap glue Add the glue and tho coppera to ths lime after slaking it Apply ia fall of each years The cost i only Imo sixteenth that of tarred paper and is reported more effectual Â¬ nickel-platin- LATENT FORCE The Ptonm oT Lire- - Urine Out a Strrncth oT Â¬ Â¬ tharicttT OTlPn UiiKiitpcctrd io lVarrfiiIiiu4 Some events seem purposely sent for the development of character The little stream murmuring along its way dreamily and happily through green meadows and sunny slopes makes nochnngciu its course until it meets somo mipcd nient- - Then it rouses and wake to action roaring and gathering itself into whits foam wholly changing it3 current ana character So with ourholves lives move on calmly and evenly With scarcely more than nppe to show that latent force is there Some business misfortune comes with a rrah almost without warning The first ensation is paralysis of all the energies then the reaction and we find ourselves strong to do and dare Tho death angel enters the home circlo the one place wo had considered too acred for its intrusion Both brain and body sen about to sink be neath tho terrible crushing weight sud -Â¬ Â¬ denly the dormant faculties awake must do or die Tho - Wo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pod- in bounty work up storms about us That give mankind occasion to exert Their hidden strcegth and throw out into practice Virtues that stun the dav and lie concealed In the smooth seasons and th clm of life The easiest places m life fad to draw out tha richest part of our nature wo are oven capable of bolter things The most precious metals arc found deeply imbed Â¬ ded m the dark cold earth and much toil Â¬ some action is require 1 to forco her to yield up her treasure Yet each stroke though laborous causing great drops to start brine us nearer ihc coveted prize Tho experience of others may be brought to bear upon our lives but only as s gn posts indicating the right road No great achievement can be accomplished by fol lowing aimlessly a beaten path Wo aro cowards doubting our ability outside of our daily routine We are fearful of tho world its smile or frown means so much almost more courag than wo possess is required to bucklo on the armor of Inde Â¬ pendence and make war on this very cow Â¬ ardice Maria urrrj in Chrutuin ot Work Â¬ Â¬ The ronnlty of nielir A man with tho reputation of riches Is beseiged with applications for support of uch a kinl that he will soon understand why the poor think better of mankind than the rich Circular follows circular point- Â¬ ing cut in the most attractive manner how he may become richer by investing his money in plans ani shams of all kinJs A rich person however worthy can never feel suro that ho is respected or love for himself In Dr Guthnos Autobiography thero is a good illustration of the unhappy state of cynicism Into which the rich are prone to fall There he relates how in a winter of extraordinary severity he made an appeal to a ladv who had succeeded to a prodigious fortune on behalf of tho starving poor of his parish Oa being ushered into her room hc turned round and showing her thin spare figure and a fare that looked as if it had been cut out of I am sorry mahogany grinned and said I supposs to sec ye What do you want Tho very you arc hero scking siller thing I have como lor was the doctors frank reply Her next remark demonstra ted how little power her rii hes had of conferring happiness and with all her wealth of flatteries what a pior lonely desolate miserable creature this possessor of more she Ah than a million sterling was said there is nobody comes to see me or seek me but its money tho money they aro after When Whitcflsld was preaching on ono occasion and just as he stool up to pray the clerk at the desk below read out the intimation The prayers of this congregation arc earnestly requested in behalf of a young man who has just falcn heir to a Quiver large fortune Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the wel Â¬ come man in society Others may from special ifts of conversation anecdote or fair exterior be favorites for a time but the ono who remains firmly fixed in tho regard and esteem of society is the man who has the inward grace of true man- Â¬ hood His welcome will never wear out His family life w ill be equally blest The political community the social sphere and the family will appreciate such a character and bo benefited by iL He will be a con- Â¬ stant and efficient pattern for his children and thoy will grow up to be the substan- Â¬ tial supporters of the countrys noblo institutions Most of the children who be-Â¬ come evil or useless members of the community who become the great host of the loose and crooked aro those that have loose and crooked fathers men who live from expediency and notprinciple and who bring up thclr0 children to tho same gypsy Â¬ Â¬ A Man Alwnyn Welcome The manly man will always bo bad mothers however audU isfcestto put the eggs under a cochin hen and confine the brood for the first week to keep them from the water Their first food should be boiled eggs and boiled nettles then a change to boiled barley and after that they may feed vith the morals liovard Crotbu others but they want little if they can A good feed o forage for themselves Varieties of Tolernnce Rev Phillips Brooks recently dcliverco twice a day of boiled grain with the a lecturo on tolerance bclore the students run of the place soon fattens them but of the Philadelphia Episcopal divinity close tho last fort- Â¬ school He spoke of it under six heads they should bo shut night and no insect food allowed then is the lowest form of all he said Tin first pure indifference The second is the toler- or their flesh will be rank Farmer and ance of policy as when Burke spoke of Chamber of Agriculture Journal Â¬ Cream Chipped Beef Shave beef very thin freshen by placing in cold water and bringing to a scalding beat pour off water add a piece of butter washed free from salt a little pepper let fry a few minutes then add one- half a teacupful of sweet cream in which you have stirred one tcaspoonful of corn starch Simmer live minutes and serve very hot Exchange Golden Pudding Half a pound of bread crumbs quarter of a pound of suet quarter of a pound of mar Â¬ malade quarter of a pound of sugar four eirirs mix titer suet and bread crumbs in a baiu finely minced stir together all the ingredients well beat the eggs to a froth when well mixed put into a mold or buttered basin tie down with a floured cloth and The heats arc differently arranged boil two hours Serve with powdered from what they are in the United sugar overiL Good Housekeeper States For instance if there are six horses entered for one nice two of them POULTRY FEhDING contest in one beat Then the winner Green Iooil Necessary to the WelllJelng of makes a heat with ano her the de Â¬ Alt Kinds of KnvN feated horse always retiring from the Poultry of all kinds relish green food contest If one horse wins three heats and do not long continue in health and then is defeated by a horse that without it Leave- of cabbage turnip also wins three then the two race a and the general waste of the garden final heat to decide the contest There should be thrown to them along with are a number of small associations in scraps from the house and insects The Sweden but the club at Stockholm run of a paddock is excellent and in a gives a national character to the sport straw- - ard they find plenty to eat and Breeding enterprises are springing up employ themselves in scratching which In all parts of the country and the promotes their health ami happiness quality of the race horse is being rap Â¬ The great difficulty with mot peoplo idly improved Mr Benedicks is of who keep fowls is to spare them suff- Â¬ the opinion that an impoitatiou of icient room for a good run and where a trotting blood from the United States well kept garden is desired the birds would help light harness development are cooped up in a small inclosuro in Sweden Philadelph a Times where they can not pro per and at last are voted expensive and trouble- Â¬ German Government Printing some and got rid of as a failure But a better way is to rail off a good sized The German Imperial Printing Office piece of ground and let the fowls have at Berlin employs ninety five artists free range over it to pick anil scratch and artists assistants and the work- as the please But this patch 4mcn apprentices lads anil girls num not be lot as to the growing of ber 770 The amount of work turned den crops for there are many which out there in the interest of the Govern- Â¬ fowls will not touch and to these it ment is enormous The different GerÂ¬ chould be in a measure appropriated man and Prussian Government officers To supply them with green food plant absorb in common printings about in it a row of kale or any kind of cab- Â¬ 120000000 sheets the post and tele Â¬ bage and if supplied with sufficient graph 13000000 sheets and 00000000 green food that they like the re Â¬ forms cards etc Tho number of mainder may be appropriated to notes etc from the thousand mark Jerusalem artichokes potatoes broad note down to the lowest priced post carrots stamp printed during the last business rhubarb beans parsnips parsley and any other pot herbs year at the Imperial office amounted to they will destroy 1173500000 of the value of 20o9900 Kidney beans as soon as thp pods are ripe but not 000 marks which gives an average of before so they may also be grown in the 7700000 marks per diem All the peo- Â¬ poultry run as may also vegetable marÂ¬ ple working in the value depart Â¬ rows pumpkins onions lettuce and ments have to remain the whole day five are apt to bo on the premises and to take their meals turnips but the scratched up when young and may need there for which purpose a kitchen has the protection of a net or coop or a been established where they get their few hurdles round the beds in their ear- Â¬ food at reasonable prices the profits of lier stages but when strong the protec- Â¬ which arc every year distributed among tion may be removed Of course the its customers Ar Y Tost poultry yard will not be the the tidiest part of the garden but a compromise is Almost every thing in this world is better than doing an injustice to the full of deception The biggest orange birds and it may be effected without a has the thickest peel nnd the reddest total sacrifice to them of the ground apple is often the sourest Things arc the- - require to have sufficient liberty to not what they seem to be The girl prosper Plenty of clean water gravel with pretty bangs may have false hair and broken oyster shells or old mortar and tlic most graceful skater may be should be kept in all poultry yards as the pjoorcst sort of a cook Philadel-Â¬ indispensable Without lime in some phia Jtcm shape fowls will not lay so many eggs as if well supplied with it A female lecturer talked through Ducks are good birds for small hold- an hour on the virtue of reticence She ers A little ditch to paddle in or even had much to say of the dignity of si- Â¬ a tub sunk in their run will serve them lence Her remarks were entirely Boston Transcript almost a well as a pond but like other poultry plenty of room in a paddock is an advantage Young ducks allowed THE MARKETS to run through a kitchen garden do s CINCINNATI March 22 vast deal of good by destroying ver 2 73 min and at the same time thrive upon LIVE STOCK Cattle CommonfS1 00 90 4 C5 Choice llutchers 8 i 5 SO the food they get They are apt to HOGS Common 5 43 5 73 vJood tread down a young crop and that SHEEP Packers choice 3 75 Gimil to 4 50 3 83 ft 3 by inclosing FLOUR Family must be guarded against 82 S1 URAIX Wheat No 2 red the bed with some nets or hurdles The 78 No ml S as S 40 No 2 mixed Aylesbury ducks are the most prized CornOats No 2 mixed 30 and aro mostprolilic layers They aro HAY Timothy No 10 BO 10 75 - 18S0RT LrosARD Hamburg Pa wrote Had sovere inflammatory rheumatism for Curious Kulr KstalilMed by the National weeks a fow applications of St Jacobs Oil t Tliat tluntrj Astochtl Con- Â¬ cured me Oct 19 1S53 ho writes Mr Gust Benedicks one of the di- Â¬ firm statement was entirely cured Prico rectors of the General Swedish Trotting fifty cents Sold by Druggists Hark A Miller Trav Agent Erie R R Association gives a graphic account ol writes Suffered with the horse world- in Sweden The ono bottle of Red Star Cough Cure central office of the association is at ensured my recovery At Druggists Stockholm The president is Count A girl may belike sugar for two reasons Alfred Pipen and the royal family take great interest in the races which usu- Â¬ She may be sweet and sho may be full of ally are held in the winter on the ice grit Burlington Im lrtss The circular track of one English mile As a toilet luxury Halls Hair Rcnowor is inclosed and an admission fee is never fails to give satisfaction Sufferers from Bronchitis will find speedy charged The crowds arc always large and en- Â¬ relief by taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral thusiastic although then is no public What Is tho end of all man TiicHEn betting as there is in this country In kind The letter d Pupil faintly fact there is not a single activebook sir maker in all Sweden Professional AX KXTCSDED PorULlRtTT trainers and drivers are scarce and the Bronchial Troches havo been BllOWNS before tho speed of horses is not developed with public ninny yonri Forisjlieying Coughs nnd Throat Troubles thoy aro superior to skill It is the custom for each owner all other articles Sold only in boxes to drive himself The maximum rate of speed is 250 to the mile and a horse No true musician will verbally ask a girl capable of doing this if sound and to marry him Ho will proposo by note without fault is valued at from 2000 Merchant Traveler to 3000 The Strongest Man In Ohio The judges occupy a stand in the Is said to be George C Arnold of Clove center of the infield and the horses land O who less than ono year ago owing and Unghts disonly two of which start at ono time to chronic liver troubleweighed less than fiffjftfr fffitKL ease of tho kidneys TJ sHPy 0 in opposite directions One goes nlnetv fivo pounds but by using Dr liar travel Tonic has gained in strength and to the right and the oilier to the left tors Iron weight until now ho is admitted to be the and the competitor which gets back to giant of Ohio the starting line first is declared the A poet bcRlns an effusion winner Tho spectators in this style Ono of my Of courso his verses aro of competition are lirst interested in boyish musings tho widening of tho gap and after the wholly amusing half mile post has been reached they Send sixteen cnts in stamps to Paci Q R It B grow excited over the steadily closing SIouton G V T A 1 M Chicago 11L and get a copy of tho ProSt Alf JsWssssssssBsaitfsssssssssygSMMrsBsssssssssssssssK of the anie nouncing Dictionary published by the Bur- Â¬ This method is a great improvement lington route It contains SliO pages 33000 in many respects over tho American words ami 670 engravings and is tho cheapest book issued 7nSBBBBsBBBBSSBBBBBBBSSsMH I IWWwmW Ml method as it keeps tho spectators in iilTlSVBtSsfsisSSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBrSSi A I OttH Jl Jf f ll m longer suspense does away with all Is now worth over a million dolLotta vs chance of collisions and prevents the lars Ihew Tints a Lotta money for so little a woman Life Â¬ horses from getting excited and breaking Then too one driver can not To to n Rcscuo with Hales Honey of noro form anywliereiiear a correct idea as hound nnd Tar for coughs and bronchitis to tho exact speed of his competitor Iikos Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute Hoods Sarsaparilla n peculiar medicine In Hoods Sarsapariila Is peculiar In the confldenrt Terynany respects It Is so different from any and It calnsamonc all classes Where U is once use ill und is therefore compelled to make his all Is with peculiar force family Evert lorse da its best It is more difficult unspottedthief would liko to keep himsell andother medicines Itthnt Itbe said to bo Pectliak often becomes a favoritepeculiar In medicine may propriety that Hoods Sar 2parllla Its phealo Teim Sifting IO llSELr Hoods Snrsaparilla i peculiar In a nomenal sales standing to day th leading medi however to follow a race of ibis de Â¬ strtsly incdlctnal sojse firtt In the combination cine of its kind In the country Hoods barsapa scription Mian one in which the horses Bronchitis Is cured bv frequent small of reaedlal accnts leeorul in the proportion In rllla Is peculiar in its strength and economy whlci they aro mixed Mint In the process by doses one dollar It Is a concentrated extract front travel side by side and in the same di Â¬ doses of 1isos Curo for Consumption whlchthe curative properties of the preparation Sarsapariila Dock Juniper Berries Mandrake are itcured These three important points make Dandelion and other valuable vegetable remedies rection The prizes are mainly for Swedish-The egotist lives on an Mand and It possesses preater Wanhmg bred horses but in some classes irti Critic IfGVsUIICsT rcedicinal strength than BO EforMlliai horses from Finland are allowed to any similar preparation Hoods Sarsapariila is Peetllar In tho wonderful cures it accornphe in its clean Oxtoen Ci rk Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ wholly unprecedented in the history of medinne ao peculiar compared clear and beautiful ap enter with tho muddy gritty eases Book free DrGcppertCiniinnatiO Hooii Sarstparllla It peculiar In Us wonderful pcaranco as up preparations pleuro-pnou-monia TROTTING IN SWEDEN - Â¬ SBBBBBt3ft LSBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBrrVVyOJyVVyvV a Â¬ WtMKmmsmMwmiMmfflaBB I T N - Peculiar to Itself I 1 jmMiimmmmm Â¬ ICO Hoods Sarsapariila PniNTEas ink is a great thing yet printers sink much money in it soniotimes Â¬ record at homo It sale In Lowell Mass where It li made has Increased steadily since Its Intro- Â¬ duction and fur years it has been the leading blooi pnrlfylns medicine in tbe great Spindle City make of other If yon havo never tried this peculiar medicine do so now It will purify your blood give you au appetite tone your whole system Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr Isaac Thompsons Eye Water Druggists ellit2Cc Nrvcn mako a confidant of a hog for it is their nature to squeal - DainlU Jireeze Hoods Sarsapariila SoWSy nil Iruirzists II six fir f j Prepared by C LllOOIi A CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass C nil by -- I drufisa H six for KV Prepared by CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass I HOOIJ s514ssfesyJisysy LYOIA E lOO Doses One Dollar i IOO Dcscs Ono Dollar Cures and Prevent PIXKHAMS floHPOUND I VlGETABll HAT Illi stool the test of twenty yean a Rtxasdy for Fersale DImsm pains ito-rellcvlcK periodic metis s a licaltMul regularity of seasons and curia neakness bock achs and consequent nervous distress tirlTs rnsroiis Soltlt ron rnrLrcrrnt iTEnxium or nuiLux ad the Euarr or r Alt It is raoxii in actios wo r lit B4 Hoarseness Coughs Soro Throat Stiff Nock Colds c Nor 5th Mr Lydla E Plnkham As is f reqcentlr the cise ith mothers who have reared large famillcif have beenagreat euilerer for year from complaints incident to mar ned life Ih4o tried the skill of a cumber of phy i lana and the irtnr of many medicines with Â¬ out rciief and as an experiment 1 concluded to try yoiirc I can assure-- yon that the benefit I hare derired from it came not bcane of any faith I had In it for I had but flight hope of any perma nent good I am not a seeker after notoriety bat want to tell you that 1 have been wonderfully benefitted by your medicine I am now nsinyray fourth bottle and It would take but little arsaucn t to persuade me that my health lsuHy rettored I khonld like to widely circulate the fact of its wonderful curatlre power PIIEBA C ROOI TOC5E1IUCT ritttburg SEE KIIAT ONE YT0Bi 8AT9 Or ITS SHUTS J3 YOU 111 liWM 11 I Bronchitis Catarrh Headache Toothache Rheumatism Asthma Frostbites Chilblains quicker than any known remedy ami 13 tao uniy ft DUl court witlf rPPtT T0C lSJi5Js5s75- zn- - S3 - PRICE J1CO T - -- - TEE OMLT TRU3 BFtON Will rurlfr tho BLOOD mralats the LIVER and KIDNEYS and Kcstobv tho HKALTHandVIO uwor XUUXU DitperoiaWant OJAprotlt JnriigMtionLackol Strrnsrtii and Tired FMlinrabgiuiair cared Jjoc qui w and receive- new farce Enlivens lb mind end naDDliM Ilrain Fowf r SaCerlnit from complaints find tothoir fiecitllar HARTFR3 IRON TONIO a af s and sped7cnrA beat Gins a clear tbrconplntion Frequent attempt at counterfeit lnsontradd to tha popularity of tho oricina Do not ei perl mant cot the Original ajto ISest V Dr HARTERs LIVER PILLS Cure ConallpaUonIJver Complaint and Steal Headache Sample Cose and Dream Booil amalled on receipt of two cents In postage m THE DRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY - TONIC nrrs lat LADBES iill altcrnatinfr with chilly sensations bharp biting transient pains hero nnd there cold fVsst Jro Tjunesa nfter mmls wakefulness or disturbed and iinretreshimr sleep constant wdeaoribable feeling of dread or of tinpend 05 calamity If you havo all or any considerable number of tnesa symptoms you aro sufferinc- Iron that most common of American maladies Bilious Dyspepsia or Torpin Jivcr associated juc mon with Dyspepsia or lnuiffcsuon fotnplicated your disease has become the greater tho number and duersity of symp toms No matter lviiat Macs it nns reaeaed Dr Pierces tioldeu medical Ilscovcrj will BUbxluo it if taken according- to diree Mons for a reasonablo length of time If not nrcd complications multiply and Consump Monof the unrs Skin Discuses Heart Disease Rheumatism Kidney Disease or other gTae maladies aro quite Habo to set in and sooner jr later induce a fatal termination edlcnl Dis Â¬ Mr FlercoH Golnon covery acts powerf tilly upon the Iiver and through that great blood -- purifying organ Jlcan3es tho system of all blood taints and im rmrities from whatever cause nrisimr It is quiUly efficacious in acting upon the Kid excretory organs cleansing ien and otherand heallny their diseases As itrensthenlng restoratUe tonic it promotes m appetizing digestion and nutrition thereby building up both llcsh and strength In malirlal districts this wonderful medicine has gained great cbritv in curing Fever and Ague Chills and fever Dumb Ague and kindred diseases - Do yon foci dull languid low Epirited life less and Indescribably miserable both physi Â¬ cxjHrienco a sense ol cally and mentally or of gone-Â¬ fullness or bloating after eatin ness or emptiness of stomach in the morn Ins tonffiio coated bitter or bad taste in moutb irrejrulnr appetite dizziness frequent tloatinR spteks headaches blurrvd eyesight before tho eves nervous prostration or ex- Â¬ haustion irritability of temper hot flushes It wasthe first EMEDY Jliatlnsfa tly rtops the most excruciating pains allays lntlacimatUm nnd cures Congestion wheth srof the LunsMoraach Bowels or other elands or organ by one application excruciating the pain Nh matter how violent the Ilhcumatlc UtJiidden Intlrra Crippled err ou Neuralgic Or rostrated with diseases may suf fer In naif tnmblerof Thirty to lxty a ffw minutes cure Cramps SyiasmsSourrUom a b Nausea Vorailins Palpitation cf the Heart Malaria Chills ami Fever Vatntnes Heartburn Slfk HoaiUrhe Diarrlittn Dysentery Colic Wind In the Ilowels and all Internal Pain Fifty Cent a per JJottle told by Drugfists CO N Y D3 RADWAY In HADWAYS READY RELIEF will kfTonl lntant eae water win drops - Proprietors of Ifartwiiys Nnrsannrllllaaa Jtcioixeniann ur Jtndirays Pills The Graat Nursery of PEBGHERON HORSES 200 Imported flrood 3Iaip3 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis Â¬ covery r ttllk mGriZ JW5J Of cnoices-i-amui- es LARGE rvrXHRKKSs All Ages both Sexes IN STOCK StLouii Mo FOfoylSFLt HIGHEST AWARDS IV AMERICA AXD ECXOPE Â¬ Send for IS THE LIFE FOR THE BLOOD using by Dr IMerccV Thoroughlr cleanso itDiucoTcry and good iwcur OF MEDALS Goldeti Medical from a common Blotch or Eruption to the Fever sores Salt rheum worst Scrofula Scaly or ltough Skin in short all diseases blood aro conquered by this caused by bad powerful purifyintfand Invigorating mejli cino Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under Especially hn it rrani U bcnlga influence Tetter Eczema ested its potency in curing Soro Eyes Scrof Irysipelas Bolls Carbuncles xilajss - X2cABafllsSBjsBBs avisT ilous Sorea and Swellings Uipjjoint Disease or Thick Jtecle White Swellings Goitre Send ten cents in and Enlarged Glands 300 to 400 ItirORTED ANNCAIilYTT pedlerees lih stamps for a large Treatise with colorco from France all rordI The extrnded is thn only In th drars Tcrcheron samo amoiat Icrchcron Stud Books plates on Skin Diseases or tho Frnre iKrisesslnir Mud book Government lrfnl of and endorsement ofa the French that has tho Scrofulous Affections for a Treatise on support CURES ALL HUMORS blWrfejjteg Catalosrue M W DUNHAM Wayne DuPage Co Illinois Illustrations hy Boa con-vincin- o- Th neatest nulcket rafeet and most powerful rem edy Unown for Rheumatism lleurixjr Neuraliria Lum bago Backache WeaWnea cold In the che tandall lhytlrtans and lru- aches and pain Endorsed by piste of th highest repute Bcmoni Ilaiters prompt Â¬ SSSR A Kdllhneal0wlVaLffl Â¬ ly relieve and cure where other plasters and greasy aalves liniments and lotions are absolutely ueeles Uewaro of Imitation under similar eoundlnr names Capucin Camlclnrasthry such as Capsicum are utterly worthles and intended to deceive Ask turn BlSJOV AND TAKE XO OTHER All drURpistS bKABUKY it JOHNSON Iropristors New York- J1 Catarrh UKtAMoALM -Â¬ Â¬ 1 TOUACCO Medium Lear Good Leaf PROVISIONS Fork Mess 6W Lard Prime Steam BUTTER Choice dairy Choice to Fancy Creamery APPLES Prime uerharrel POTATOES Per bushel 0 NEW YORK FLOUR State and Western GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago No 2 red Oats Miked PORK Mess LARD Western Steam CHICAGO Corn No 2 mixed 18 00 J 25 ft7 50 9 10 25 r 7 ft 25 26 23 4 33 50 3 25 50 45 5 a - when applied Into the nostrils will be ab Â¬ sorbed effectually cleansing the head of catarrhal Tiros caus ing healthy secretion It allays Inflammation protects t be mem Â¬ brane of the naal from addl ional colds complete- Â¬ ly heals tbe sores and restores sense of taste and smell NOT A LIQUID or SNUFF i8 which Is Scrofula of the and cured by this remedy if taken inmar Â¬ rom its earlier stages of the disease power ovcr tnl3 terribly fatal disease velous when first offering this now world famed rem Â¬ edy to the public Dr Pierce thoughtscripusiy of calling it hia - Cossotrnox Cciie but for abandoned that namo as too restrictive com Â¬ a rnedlcina which from its wonderful bination of tonic or strengthening alterative or blood deanslng anti bilious pectoral arid nutritive properties is unequaled not onlv as a reraedvofor Consumption but lor all Ctu onle Diseases 01 tno CONSUMPTION io longs arrested i DOUGLAS Wi cort 3 SHOE The bt 83 Shoe la thn I world st mmm X L usDi iicst UMterulstyllsh nerfertfltiionsrress- - Ittittnn or Lace nil styles toe Equals any S or o cnoe costs UUUIMIXKJ at vourdealerrf CJklJUU lnfonrMtlon free how to obtain these celebrated J Shoes it your dealer dos not keep e them I scud IUCU1 S Liver Blood and Lungs For Weak Eungs Spitting of Blood Short ness or Breath Chronic Nasal Catarrh Bronchitis Asthma Severe Coughs and alndrec affections it is an efficient remedy 80M by Druggists at 100 or Six Bottle a for yS2nd ten cente in stamps for Dr Pierce Doofc on Consumption Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association 6G3 IV nonnTAS I U best ihxwgjMmSmm s LasSr tSBiSw h vs m y wLA J M 1 CT bbbbbbbbT- - 4z T NQ JtsTfeW CO Sfi f Vi s SB IBS W ill m - w i iX f- Vt 4T3MM Afc bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI s- SEWED-sIbwIwb- Sho rquat 8150 Iinys all wear W Shoes adrertlsrd by other firms I Ionslaa S3 Shoe Br vnre otfraud Snnt genuine vntesi name and prtct are Jlamprj on bottom cfeaeh Skee W I DOUGLAS Brockton Maw THE APRIL NUMBER 1 2 15 fi 2 90 mi ft 9i fli y 43 fi5 A Positive Cure Quick Relief MHJ 49 HAY FEVER r UJsV I fKedd O rfrrSs Lart W1LI or De La Mode MICH 15 COSTAIX TBE NTT OPT Ttlaln St BCFFACO ITY 13 25 G 3 V 75 J R15 75 7 50 4 00 1 CANTATAS FOR FLOWER TIME Spring Styles Lvrnr nm all tbslORk FASHIONStso m 5 COLORED FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No 2 red No2 Chicago spring Oats No2 PORlv Mess LAUD Steam Corn No 2 COCKLES THE GKEAT ENGLISH REMEDY 814a Q 3 Viffc 20 00 77V 3GJ 2 iO 25 7 00 3 65 to Â¬ if sea- Hearken to a rnvclatiou 1 have ti make It nies the sailors lonely pillow Far far at Sea was a sudden conversion with him ynr -- We can fairy palaces wo may build of beautiful that it used to nothing without the blue stockings thought proof against all adversity bright fancies satisfied memories noble The title was by degrees transferred histories faithful sayiflgs treasure houses first to the clubs of this kind and then of precious and restful thoughts which care can not disturb nor pain make gloomy to the ladies who attended them fjtfcoon nor poverty take away from us houses became a general appellation for pedan- Â¬ built without bands tor our souls to live tic or ridiculously literary ladies One in J Jluilin of the most famous nf thege clubs was which met at Mrs Montagus Love the art poor as it may be which that which was sometimes honored by the thou hast learned and be content with it Johnson and the princi pass through the rest of lifo like one presence of and who has intrusted to the god with his pal members which have been sketched whole soul all thate has making thysslf and eulogized In Ha nab More in hei neither the tyrant nor the slave of any poem entitled the SL Bi Bleu rosu Marcut JkwiW i Louii GlobCDcmocraU o The Original Blue Stocking Blue Stockings was a title w hich originated in England in the time of Dr Johnson for ladies who cultivated learned conversation Boswell relates that in 1781 it was much the fashion for ladies to form evening assemblies where they might participate in talk with literary and ingenious men One of the most eminent talkers on these Proof Against Adversity occasions was a Mr Stellingfleel who Make yourselves nests of pleasant always wore blue stockings and his thoughts None of us yet know f or nono absence at any time was so regretted of us has been taught in early youth what do be said Â¬ toleration as a strong factor in politics The third is the toleration of helplessness and the foarth the toleration of manliness that human respect wo have for one an othor The filthois tolerance of sympathy that is when we know others mean well and are trying to do what they hold is right though we think they arc mistaken And the sixth quality is that tolerance whch grows with a knowledge that truth is larger than our powers of conception and that others may have some of it be sides ourselves Uaptitt Httkly PILLS Tbe following are new bricht prettr and eaailj iren Commence In time to prepare them U be told of tbe intense lnterestaml enthusiasm which attends tbo bringing ontor a nevCANTATA Teachers of JothiIIo SInirlne Classes do not need PLATES BALTIMORE FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No 2 Oats Mixed PROVISIONS Pork Mess CATTLE First quality HOGS GRAIN Wheat Corn Mixe4 Corn Mixed 3 CO - 45X 31 ft av 16 00 ft 03 4 87 Sift 5 t0 4SCi 0J ft 89i S For Liver Bile Indlretfon etc Free from Jlercuryi oontains only furo Vrgetab Ingredients Agent CUAS 3f CKITTKNTUV EW TOKC VOICES OF NATURE o Operetta K B Sabgktt FOREST JUBILEE BAND NEW FLORAS FESTIVAL Arranged by J C Jobnon s UitADBURT MERRY COMPANY 0 o o N n SAncaxT 30000 CARPENTERS - New York Titos Remedy for Catarrh Is tho Best Easiest to Use and Cheapest V J IOrder It of your Ntsrs dealer or seud 3A cents for latest number to a Kast Dth St MORSE Pubitomy INDIANAPOLIS No 2 red 124 70 3Ti Oats mlxsd - t 10 LOUISVILLE GRAIN Wteat Corn mixed mixed Oat ft ft ft ft ft ft Fanner Butchers and others CSVil Cll EDC use our LATE aiAlkK of jiw to file Hand Hip Butcher Buck Trunin and at kinds of Saw so they cut better than ever TwoÂ¬ Fliers free for tt Illustrated circulars ritEE Ad dress E KOTIl k BKO- - NEW OirOKP Tens 274 s- - GRIND yur own FLOUR PORK ANol No2 red StiSti v o LRD Steam Common Lugs VOHACCU GoodLeaf Medium Leat Mrs 40 30 R15 00 i5 50 S 25 1 50 2 00 3 25 4 25 60 453 wKSj 5 ft ft ft ft GRAHAM Floor andCora in Itaors HLAJVDIUZXiXi per F WfTiona latent cent mor made In keeplne Ityv Also POWER MILIl and FARM sen FEED MILLS Circilars and Testimonials Pau BKOH-- Eaaatom on application WIISO TO SR A DAT Samples worth I FREK Lines not underlbe horses feet Write BunsiKK SArm bus uouiucaUsiiyHick Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Gambles Lenox cSoap in 1886 Procter Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why Coixis COE 0 Price of each hook 0 eta or RC0 per doi The flrt two books are 07 anatnre and muale-loT-who nils them with Terr sweet songs of birds lowers Insects etc Floras Festival doubled in fiie and with minute direction will surelr be a access as will to another war the AtlRiir CoM o rANT a o Our new edition of VOICES OF PRAISE 9 U- - or U 20 per dor by CLH ulchln- - is cor Â¬ dially commended to Iter who wish a Sunday all caaol Song Bask of the highest character are al Â¬ Schools ways safo Aeatdeaales and Seminaries in adopllnf tbe carefully compiled School Sane Books of Dttsnn Co We rccom piend forthe hlgherscbools siONO GREETINO grammar schools FIEIUS r1ras and for primary schools GEMS FOK AITT1E SIXO- yoc o ANT BOOK MAILED roil RrTAILPntCX BOSTON OLIVER DITS0N CO CHDitsox A Co 8C7 Broadway New York ACent Merchant only wanted la erery town for tr or CADETS PICNIC - Sold br drnsRiti or Rnt by mail j 50a ETHszeltinc Warren Pa for soldiers and widows of Lbs Mexican 7ar and Kebelllon All kinds of OTernment Claims Col lected Clrcnlarc laws ent free KiTzaeiiALD A Claim Collectors Indianapolis lad Powell US PENSIONS DR JOSEPH A SE WALLS TREATISE OX t 0O Co Uloomlngton III If yon want relief and cuke ei your home send for Hit J A SHKItMAN H i Broadway Sen York ui i asirucuuus Cinaiar ir Siring Samples of those famous CJ Custom mTde PLYMOUTH IOCK VI TANTS PljmiSutti Itock Pants C-o- SI JtlU St rtwn Mass A HOG CHOLERA Sent Free C SJones Its PREVENTION and CUKE RUPTURE orxn Cured Address Ostam nDIIIH HAPITlnsss Slh Ward ClnclnnsUwV ui iuin h ailiau want ad you will Dealers Supply AO FATS Instalmentfind Just wbat Ox IrlePa dresslnc you by lr Â¬ s Tour cigar caes are Just the thin jr and permit ma are 5 say you -- the bos adrertlser Continue to hlplOOOO Tansllls Iuneh on the 1st and UU of sch month They are the best goods for Lb saos y 00 this coast on R roRwrt A Co Ran Francises CaL CO CM AUrats K W TAXSUI Cllfi rt numbers to Hurt out anypcrsocs art rULL bend IB Cents HOMKCOOuliradt A N K B LMMSforSale S VTlnJ HeatthsoeleTt Sally toll marksta City and County boomla lUUBV tor nauiai tt uiuniui mtm im - J s sass 7 1 ftfe iSn rr- Uff a Af a fififeSa irVff JE InO g -- - Aisrvgsss- - - - T Sf v ri H 33S353i -t L Kx f - - o - - - - mM iTlMfc - mnf -- rt r JT WT J3S 1 i8SSSgS fe 3 fev Ilil iSS rSBfc M 1 v iMm ii W ijvm J -- ranninn it -hi - t3MlTM N u JtTnrfi-fT-- 1 --n irrta JP- - MMMIf P Ww iaa US3 O W i i o SB fcffaf IH l J i Monday II youiaueci to attend tne upemng last ir l an a rii nesday atom- Store yon missed a groat treat Many were the compliments passed and o repeated the exclaim ions of pleasureas the eyes of the ladies feasted 311 the lovely collection of choice fabrics that lined our counters We here return sincere thanks to the ladies for their kindlv appreciation of our efforts Our Stock was never more complete in all departments than ait OrPFOnf nni wnvn nriro mm1 so 1nV ill fjlfit 110 eXCUSG ft 011 hi offpiPcl hv HT1V Ollf who needs an article and does not purchase p it for everything is so cheap Handsome st line of DRESS GOODS nd Trimmina c hpst- fit tin a line of CLOTHING sti t n n i ii ir an iiviuus oioot uear ioooicst line oi luen i s iiais Most stylish assortment ot Ucnts furnishings and choicest lot of r Novelties ever displayed hv anv house in Hickman ior And above ail eise and dont you forget it We arc undoubtedly by long odds the Cheapest Store in the Uni ed States or Canada If you dont believe this come and see rd rv w mi -- v i - I o fm i i - - t- - v- - - - - -- 7 x 3 LOCAL NEWS The Wingo Purchase is to be moved to Miiyiielil Ky Artists Tube Colors ami -- Brashes at greeted with applause Latest Novelties in Mens and Boys Spring Suits at J Ambergs Sons marll Got Holt spoke in Louisville Friday of last week and was C U Landkums TJnion City Anchor It is de cided to have a court house at Union City and also to have the city lighted up with gas Alexander Maxwell are showing big bargains in Shoes knd Slippers They offer a Kid Button Shoe at 75u well worth 150 and a Kid Opera Slipper forCOc worth 100 marlS be deceived hut insist upon getting Dr The Tennessco Senate has King Xew Discovery which Js guarau hind teed give relief in all Throat Lwg and 0 defeated a bdl requiring liquor Chestto ail ctioni Trial bottles Tree at C THE Â¬ Â¬ its equal in the mineral wealth Jhat thus far has remained unde Â¬ veloped throughout a great por tion ofits territory to say noth ing of its rich and teeming timber lauds Dont Kxpcrlment The result is that a syndicate is You cannot afford to waste lime in ex luntp re in dan about beinj formed in New York perimenting when jour wih ample capital to puichase a ger Consumption alwavs feenw at first only a cold Do not permit any dealer to big slice of hitherto unproductive impose upon you with some cheap iniita territory build railroads and cre tion of Dr KiiiiV New Discovery for Con ate the avenues 10 a booming pros sumption Cough aiii CoMs but be sure you getthepenuiiie Because he can make perity Kentucky has been slow but more profit he may tell you he hm sume thine jHt as pood or jnt the same Dont she is bound not to bo left beÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ This seems to bo a season of Last Friday another was added to the list by the jmrn ing of the Richmond Ilotcji i Buffalo Fire was discovered in the cloak room under tho main stairway and in a few minutes the bnlldiug was in ruins scores of people shut off from escape by the elevator or stairs werfl leap ing from the windows svinging down ropes or perishing in the flames Many were seriously burned and mangled how many is not known while tuo number of the dead which amy bo any thing from thirty up is still more indefinite The origin of the lire is a mystery horrors A KENTUCKY BOOM Comtoti Cumtnoiiuriltli 1 Gounty Deiaocratic Con veution Â¬ After a nrolonpod Rio Vsm Winkle sleep the old State is to have an awakening Some East cm capalistsa short time since en- gaged the services of an expert to make a thorough survey of that portion of Kentucky which has remained in almost as primitive u condition as in the days of Dan His repent is of the iel Boone most glowing charactei in brief it is that no State in the Union is Â¬ i H i - W o O o G O I W 1 Wr3WJ T y w TiT 63j dbM hr fl1fflilC3l W W sA srfai Si I v n In jiursuance of the call of the Mnte Democratic Cosiinttee supporic I by tlie advice of many IMivieraN I hereby re fpctfully reijuest tie Democrats of Fulton county to meet in Mas Convention at tho Court lione in i lie town f Hickman on SATtIltAYAIaUII33 ISS7 for lh purpose f pelectinit delcgucs to In connectionkwith ciuite a line of New Goods iilst received loo nu nttiud tlio Stite Domocratlc Comenlioii culted to meet i Louisville on My 4 merous jto ifertizcwe have placed on our counters many articles far be- 1887 and to transact any other bdpiness low their resfvlTue These Goods - were accounted in our inventory- o uj nmcii may ttipenr wen u me ieuiocrin there awembied Eery Democtat in the this spring at extreme low prices and have beenimarkedtdown accord County earnestly ured to attend ingiv WeMiave many articles that the ladies can use and they will cost r M FKEXCir you but a trifle viz Ribbons Laces Braids Fringes Cords and Tas- Â¬ Chn Fulton County Ueui Com Out Mi m -- e iAm m q1 m is Mm WWM v COUNCllTpROCFrEDlNG sels Table Cloths S 1837 Â¬ e will bo plcasftd to have you one and Hickman Ky March 22 DRESS GOODS SHOES vrv C ail call and inspect our XewSpringStock which is now ail in and on exhibition A nicer selection o f Goods cant be bund anywhere while our pi ices are the very low- J j I j boom One Southern has Custom made Slippers ami suddenly collapsed Guy Weber treasurer and manager of the sale at J Ambergs Sons St Andrews Uay Land Company ot llorida was arrested yester marll 3t Uip of The approach to the new day on a charge mails misusing by Sending United States bridge at Cairo is being pushed forward on tlie Kentucky Mile m out circulars designed to defraud Rpito of the high water and has Ihe company lias been 1offering to apiece in Florida reached an elevation of IS or 20 sell lots Jonrnal at Courier feet A number of Hickman parties See that Suit for men at 300 invested in this Land Company worth double the money Alexander Maxwell the Couriers advise to them to the contrary notwithstanding marlSJ The Pulton Boomerang says Snvrtl that Mr B II Freeman of abut Mr D I WilcnxsonIU4 Life Cave ICv of Horse place is ueiug strongly urged to says he wa tor many years badly atllicted eiter the race for State Senator with Phthisic also Diabetes tht pains ub is une ui i no iiiiosi roiiisiug were mmot uncnanmuie anil wouiu pome nes almost thro him into convulsions young men in Western rvwiunhj lrioi tiwlpi tm ni and would make a most wouiier- n popular race irom nrsi noil e ami aner taKiai gU bot iuiij ties was entirely cured and had gained n eighteen pounds Say he positively A nice line of tho latest yov-A etttes in Uents Furnishing Goods C If V Call and see them Hitters Sold at fifty cents a bottle by C V 1 - drinker to pay a annually A hi lot of Ladies and Misses Tjee now ready for license of 1 A Ilolcorabes Drug Store J able and valuable family remedy as it is easily taken bv old and young and is prompt and effect ive iu curing Habitual Constipa tion and the many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of the Kidneys Liver ami Bowels It acts gently strengthens the or gans on which it acts and awak ens the in to a healthy activity For sale l3 C U Laiidrum drug- Â¬ gist Clinton street Hickman Ky Â¬ Â¬ DEMOFITFlHi LIQUID LAXATIVE Syrup of Figs is a most agree j 22dd I j Council met Present Councilntcn Wit Also handsome line in new Dress Fabrics Cashmeres Tricots Al- ting Cole Uuckncr ttrown Kingman nni bntros Camels Hair Boucles Cloth and other Woolen Fabrics be- Mrphens Mayor being ansa tit Councilman S11C WC have quite P line OI Oalteens The hltC tjringiians 1 ongCCS Witting wuc Iieil to the chir c all at the Goods India Linens lowest prices Handsome The minute ot the last nieettnjr wcr irimmings to match aU Goods the cheapest Embroideries and Insert- read approved and eigne AFotiu nifc flinnc nwl Tiirfc rrrno li Itlr J DVPrclimiii in till miivlfpt v w uuu uuv n ArrfiiVT lUiffm n rn v oms worm uouoie tne moneynu uvuio kv f tr ii presented reuuecu iiats ior ou dnstreceiveu The following account an 311 elegant line of OUT pronerly approved uml on moMon aroveU itml check oruered laiusd lor the 0 amount Street pay roll for week ending March Vsfe G t n 1 -- ii 1 t uJ 2 Co n W 4J w rt j j est We offer you no irash as baits but real Â¬ T f - marl 1 Ajibeegs Sons 4 1 1 owing to tho con- SautitLiuii iucu cuiiuim is now 111 session at Union City and it is expected that Hickman wil be fully represented Opening New Spring Goods ne meeung op no x m u A w postponed until the first Sun- -iday in April iu at s v J Ambeugs Sons St Louis is fixing to get up a great show in September with the president and Mrs Cleveland as central figures A monster invitation to be signed by over two hundred thousand citizens is to be sent them We havo 10 Doz Corsets worth 50c that we are selling a 25c a Â¬ aiarldl Alexander Iaxwell Louisville May 4th It seems the best plan for democrats to meet at Hickman and nominate dele t6Baud wo hope Chairman jTenn will agree with us ami call a mass convention rather than a primary Boomerang The State Democratic com 3 inittee has fixed April23rd as the day to 6elect delegates to the utate convention which meets at New Carpets New Carpets Have just received a complete new line of Carpet samples Please call and examine them We have more styles to select from than jou will find elsewhere and by our method of selling we can af Pford to sell at lower prices Our last seasons samples we now offer verycheap for Bugs c Â¬ again IIiiaT ltnrttlimi r Mrli wrftt t nil Well yon sec alter you went a- W1Y n atholic imissionary came along and told us the bad place was full of Methodists and so scarett us into lulile communion then he went away and a P res by tenan came along and waked us A iIoIconbe up on regeneration adoption and At Richmond Va a council- - cleetiou and we joined his church niilll bv ame of 0tlev created a then an Episcopal came and we sensation last Friday bv offerin burned our Westminister and an ordinance providing that anv slocked up on prayer books then drinker of malt or spiritous liquors tie left and Iiaptist lauded and j iiiMtoiul shall take nut a li- - walked us in the water and bap cense to be known as a liquor tized us right and wed just about drink c rs license Said license got settled when a New Congre to be issued to any person 21 years gatioualist came over and told us of age and to cost 1 for twelve that so long as we were heathens months It provides that anv we had a dead sure thing of go person having a liquor drinkers 111 to heaven but if we became license and shall lend tho same to Christians c had to walk mighty any person without one for the staighl or go to the everlasting purpose of obtaining liquor shnll bonfire So we ate him up burned be deemed guilty of a violation 01 oui Bibles and resumed business Hoys put thethis ordinance and be subjected 111 the old stiind to the penalty for misdemeanor a parson in the cage and fat him fine of 2o and jailed for Thanksgiving day The proceeds of the sale of the SYRUP OF FIGS licenses are to go to the public schools It was referred to the Manufactured only by the Califorcity attorney for his opinion as to nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco it 8 legality Cal is iVattirus Own true Lax ative It is the most easily taken A correspondent asks the and the most pleasuntlv ellective CouuiEii to state who aro eligible remedy known to cleanse the sys to the Legislature ami that he tem when bilious or costive to wants to know the common sense dispel headaches colds and fe qualifications of it and not tech vers to cure habitual constipa j c idealities For answer the tion indigestion etc For sale in Courier says that it does not o0 cents and 81 00 bottles by U know of any law making the pos- U Landrum dniggist Clinton session of commou sense a con street Ilickman Ky The constidition of eligibility A Texas editor contradicts a tution requires a Representative mother-in-lato be a citizen of tho United report that his wife and out of a fired had been States 24 years of age two years He explains that being a resident of the State and the church members they were simply stricklast year thereof of the county ho would represent These qualif- en from tho rolls but when it ications with a majority of votes comes to being fired bodily from the church there was nothing of will entitle him to a seat it He sajs ho would not liavo submitted to it that he is not Bncklraa Araica Salvo built that way and neither is his RnWc or i Â¬ i E AT II ENS MIXE Exchange Disheartened missionary returning to his field after years of absence Oh unhappy man you have lapsed into error and paganism B A D LY I Â¬ li yenuine bargains in every department as you can readily see on examination We will be glad to see you whether you wish to buy or not and will fine Custom made Shoes for Men both in Low and High Cut in sev- n ot iir u 11 made complanl of tuuiiiiee everj pun ui luc-sl- onoca ouu carrying Bessmenu whereupon the Council took the the celebrated W L Douglas S3 Shoes also the Vtn Cosgrove Shoej following ac ion on complaint for Ladies and Misses This Shoe has so well and lavorablv advertised JtiUVrick2rttWBUUdertheU iitselfinthk community that we deem it unnecessary to speak- - of iti JESTThis advertsement is not only to fill its space in the Cou- 11 C Judge reduced on mise on sa- - merits j oon 5o jueh but we mean exactlv what we iv and liope to be understood that I Come and see us As ever -yours VVn f11001 rnse on l0 S5 iii ifiiirir ii iiTivincr iiriii iiiv 11111 iiirii vavi all the complaints niale bv ihe pirties 53 T A XTT t 1 ASSESSMENT RKUCCED 1 ni aiiiirnreii 1 i oumuii ueie ie oin theiriinui a the chxtlge 1 j r 1 - fiii t i complainiiii and inakinstheabovechanged In ihe a ueatment raised the City Clerk wri ordered to proceed iitonce to copy the book of HSesnienU as revised into the regulnr Tar Book and place same in bauds of the Collector 2 hJ jCZi -- 3 BEOS CO windows On motion to at ruaired Slephene wa Councilman Qa V DRUGS take pleasure in showing- you through our Stock Respectfully wtK 1 MM have the windows in the lower room of the City Hull repaired and pre tent bill of clnrges to the Council On motion the Council adjourned Attest WL McCUTCIIEN C C Jo directed m -- m 5fe 5 firs0 I DEALER IX TI Use -- w n riruMKU C II DOUUIAS MEDICINES BOOKS STATIONERY and Scliool Supplies Fancy GOODS TOYS and PICTUBBi SUNDRIES PAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS for Medical AGENT FOE THE PLUMMER -- DOUGLAS lEAIY FOR AM ARE NOW a 12 f- c- 5 te Ini I M SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS i of Country Induee that may be offered We also make a for ihit uient orstorace I WHITE SEWING MAOHINB JSr U a1 FEED STORE a specialty PRESCKIiTIOarS Wt A SPECIALTY 5 Hay Corn Oats cousiauty for gale ic Uuiyjj kept 00 R IAW AOKMEAT -lrug S LI UH HELL stir over Cowgillg OlBce Up 811 W m 1 DEALER 1I1II1 - Stors HICK11AN Will KY SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS Firet Judicial District marlS practice in all the Courts of the AtiiUR riiLVSKIKlNO BAIIHOWI Administrators IfcGliuc Â¬ All pcr sons indebted to the estate of Robert W Matron deceased are requested to come forward and pay up and ave cost nd all persons wlio hold claims against bis estate are notified to prove and file th ameas required by law Thirt March 14 18S7 j ewspapcrs Ferioiiicals Magazines Statioaery c BooliS A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on harid Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not iu stock will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order 3HOS3I L3Q Â¬ mar83t J II THOMAS Adiur Â¬ J B LATTUS BLACKSMITHING WAGON REPAIR SHOP xox Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iS5tiX Jsl0s Also bSWssvc arc AgcnU for the - vr o III C KM AX KY All kinds of Farm Machinery Plows Wagons c repaired on short notice and in workmanlike manner IfctfNew Wagons c mado to order feblS THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A HOLOMBE eaiir -- - - w DROffl CLOD CRUSHER AND LEVELER CHAMPION tnarlS MilbliS m rANTS UI Â¬ mm c ossl jm a iw m KY DMIR l f Â¬ HARVESTERS AND BINDERS interest to call and get SALE AND LIVERY STABLE ssr PRESCRIPTIONS EfsU CAREFULLY COMPOUNDEDi SWe will make it to your particutarscc Near New Depot Faius KEErS sale HOUSES Parkee for lib K T TTLEU JI BUCHANAN Y Pretl E L ALEXANDEE ChH 4rf i If I l I it ih sorrel about 13 hifnd hich with a scar candidates for the- - legislature or Newspapers everywhere seem nn the rieht knee noother mrk8 apd and we presume willin due time brands perceptible nnd described and inunno u0 praisei unoa we ouni dir rJ i nlll tiu ucu make their regular annonncments 10 ue vc Given under the valueof fifty dollar throarh the papers They are aim himi imuKo and make times appear better than my hand this the 22nd dy of March 1887 JOSHUA NAYLQR J F60 C xnis in expecting too Zk u n i ww nnmivnr will more thev are r raar2V4 andyjbefiidce it is not right mnch 0 particularly speak by and by 1 sociation which represents air systems announces a guaranteed to eive perfect satisfaction western is While the weather here 4ias ornioney refunded Price 25 cents per bor- withdrawal of all existing freight tariffs to take effect March 31 been severe and wintry spring r or sale ay v a noicomoe and says joint tariff circulars will set in abruptly in the bfeak has The President has appointed be issued to take effect April 1 Northwest and is working griev- Â¬ 1SS7 ous damage on the upper Missouri the Inter State Commissioners Despatches show that the situ- Â¬ Judge Cooley of Michigan C The Tennessee Legislature has Win R Mor- passed an act increasing the n ation is one of gravi danger to years Republican life and property and that the dis- Â¬ rison of Illinois 5 years Demo- iiiount of tho permanent school Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Mr Shoenmaker Hew fund of the State from 2000000 which are offered at ONE PRICK and that tho very lowest the market asters that are now unavoidable crat Mr to 5000000 All goods guaranteed tojbe exactly as represented will be the greatent known iu the York 4 years Democrat justifies c v Walker Vermont 3years Repubhistory of this region OyTENsnoRO has voted to sublican Geo Bragg Ala 2 years Bill Hardv the colored man Democrat scribe 50000 to the proposed L who killed a white boy at Scott St L and R Railroad Owens Mr Morrison will be chairman Sammes saw mill last spring boro already has one railroad and and at the time arrested in Hicknew law converting under the Ohio river to help her along TnE o Pay Up I nan fop the crime was taken from certain conditions places of 200 Kvitray Xolice jail Monday night ofj 000 inhabitants or over ilito een- All persons indebted to the undersizned the Troy A A- - DAVIS by note or amount are regretfully re j the iwii vnvi V biuvo J uiuilIrtltV Taken np s strays bv P C Grper last weeK aim huuj quested to call and settle or their a- was prompteu inut m uy derjve ylMT York City of part of livinft in Fulton county Ky about three nob counts will be place in the bauds of an old fcr with the man is not uitimateii oy Us filllucIa preeminence To Quarters of a mile from Hunleyii ofBcer for collection L ry on ihe nortli0sideof OMnn rier andj the papers but qutside supposi- gome extenti mdoubtcdlv such about five miles north or HicKmnn two R B BREVARD marlS tion is that Hardy promised to i cUicgs St Loui8 Chicago Cincin horse 3Iules one about 5 yere old hri jrhi escapeany punishment by some phiadelphia Boston and sorrel 14J hands high with blnck IIICKMAK KY the shoulders and striped legs no technicalities of law Baltimore which will nowbe per-o other marks or brands peceptlble and LOWER and LOWER Mr SaralL Isbell of Hick Jmittedto retain their surplus if described and apprai ed uponlhe oath ot Laclrdt Block Offict Clinton Strttl T Drew of j they desire to do so and to re- F R Odell to he worth seventy five Iol All kinds of Groceries roan and Mr John haras sides o I will not be as cheap as the cheapest lars the other about 1 years old a bright Ifoscow are understood to beceive deposits Â¬ Â¬ Smith Ellison Co The Best in tho world Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kleum Fever Sores Teller Chapped Hand Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi tiely cures Piles or no pay required It mother-in-la- w The Southwestern Railway as- Â¬ KENTUCKY STREET constantly on hand IEIEIjXIRHiE 1 inr ir 1 M fi Wjt t BUGGIES and HACKS Having purchased the stnble horse and enure outfit of W II Plummer we p opose to continue the business and solicit patronage W W li t im ML M m K 850000 I BI3C K31AA JIayfield Ky Robertson II F Hickman Ky Hawkins CAPITSZ Being regularly organized and - Robertson niCKMAN Hawkins - of all1 K - KY readr for business vre respeclfnllyFolicit the ratrofiaf colllections made for depositors free of chsige Approved paper running three or four months discounted ml the rate of per cent per annum j Â¬ Â¬ ROOFING A SPECIALTY 1 Will practice in all the Courts of the First Judicial District sepl DIBEOTOBS ALEXANDER v - - RTTYLEB II HBUCnANAN M L L UNDERWOOD GEO B THRELKEUU- - iv htlio A WCJOHNSON iTtf HOW LOST jmlilinlied HOW RESTORED IH112 Culver Jnt t lie Khhv on Ir Inxolnn wollx CcltlirntvilSeminal Weaknessradical cua r of SrrMMOBrnncA n new eJilion of try J eiMlnul lent stripe--acros- s CtissusmoN KriLtlr nelModiilrnre or xnal oitrivicince Ac Tlie cdfbratnl author la tlii t Hdmirnble iy clfarljr dimonf trates from a thirty yrars nuccefu practlrr tha the alarming roiiequeiirc cf elf abuee may be radically cured pointing out a mwlrl of cnri at once imple certain ond efiectuil by Dieonti of which every euCTcrer no matter what his nUn lnrpaclty Lossea IjiPTKNCr lnipf-iini-i- StentnlKinl lliya n jiarringF ctr ami Fits induced by Inraorane 4gist II IA T M FRENCH r 1 -- l ttwm 1m Wiww wmt jm - - I nndersold JOHN WTTTiNG Represent tlie flllowinc old and relia Â¬ o ble companiesNorth America Phoenix Hartford Lancashire and the St Paul Sccil Fire and Marine olusunnee Company I have 1 fine lot of Clover Seed for sale A1bo th Equitable Life Insurance Com- at souu a bushel Call at my farm pany oi iew lorn fb25 ISAAC FHUFF Jan21 - Cloier forNale condition may be may cure himself cheaply pri vately and roJicnHy itfirThiS lerture should I in the liandd of every youth and every man in the land Snt nnderealon in a plain envlopo to any aj receipt of faur cents or two dre pft pald Addrc postace Stamp ilfC 7 nptO LUG - m marine and accidont JW hi 41 Ann St New York iiiKiiivEKviiininiMLo Y Piwt Office Itox 2f 450 KirSmnpIe for trial sent free on up plicatioiii jn3tlv Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United Stales OFFICE AT COURT HOUSEi - e 4 o u O o g oc o 0 1 m fr y Q o o HKP---as- i J i i mi V sU i it r i i rV i wajgAi orC EiiTi fK BWV - A hrs jaspgrsagte T g a- - misar -- 4S A 1 hJT i S Ti I M JT- - J Q f 3 i - - Vfl m Is-- Sr S IS f A SPBIETG o o o - - - 1TOW EtECElVXKG St HXS o AND iXJMMER 1TOCK OF NEW GOODS 1 have now voceivoil my full stock of Spring and Summer Clothing made by Wyler Ackerland Co and acknowledged by all to be the best loade the neatest fitting and the most stylish Cl rthfog in Tlickmau and two to three dollars a Suit cheaper than can be found in any other house I also have my fail line of Ladies and Misses Mens and Boys Shoes made by the celebrated house of Brown Desnoyes Co These goods are acknowledged by all to be the best in the United States and for durability style and fini h stand at the head of the list c fc 1 M i W STATE SENATOR Whether this TIIE U2s FORTUNATE RICH financial stringency can bo headed 1 We are atitliorlzn to announce JOHN from In conversation with a Xew oft until next fall will depend very It Kemp of Hickman County a a candi Â¬ STATE AID TO BC ASKED As J tul go Holt came forward Yoik interviewer Jay Gould the from the countits RESTRICT THE LEGISLA- Tin Fulton Fultonmii with its his appearance was greeted with much upon whom the President richest man in America is repre date for Siale bentor Fulton subject to of Grav8 liickman and places at the head of the Treasu- TURE characteristic enterprise emlor apnlaue Ileifia man of medium sented as sajmg the action of the Democratic party The Spring 5esion will toaictncs u in rnVHIllPllT fimtrnini Kllilll IIIIIMI I1I1U IS j hiuc tlio irtviviil ti iin f it i with th General AMembiy articles whieh hiive appeared 5n parently about fortj tive yearsSill K0lumo 110 us -lau- 0Jpar jiaipieMnnniMMMii mirrlit in Mn FOR REPRESENTATIVE of ettmiucnd man Wealth luings 10KDAY JANUARY 10 to carry h8 Kljhcs into execution Thwje Hitman CourieB- - That age He has tho reputation of lively unny weatner ami is to cr0 whn 0llt compensation A We are authorized to annnounce J P AnJ Coatlnn Twenty Wkf i f tnngot igwwww uttixlmU m- - hiiiiR one ot iu hioisi accomplish- rich and then hes a Oliver as a candidate for the Legislature jwg31 U Iass oi from fn Western Kentucky The conTse of study will include thorough work in the comsao Very mistaken ideas exist from Hickman ami Ftilion couutien subtfSfiBgSFS ernilo Holt said ho came before uaCK 8UI on this subject Ah I oiten recur ject to the a ion of the Democntic party Judge i that thquestion of making bet- ranchesLatiu Rhetoric American Literature Book keeping th to lsoo b ii iioi pwl roii looo oujiiu never to ie nearu oi tuBt le a lent- - ier puouc roaus ov i j o Hie iuni ur une people oi ijouikviiiu i binui- natural Sciences Penmanship Etymology General History ClTll Ji as wlicn I WaB a boy up- Election n August rav lh a sonos What we want ha new Con permitting the privilege thereto body V lsf- Mle iuDelaware county Iwasapretto present his elaims to the Government ICioctition 1sychology l ogic rnysicai uaograpoy flirs who understands the lyial V uU TherC wasnt much inton Gov iioltepcech belonging to be ceiled to priato ofiice of Governor in a modest gebra an3 Geometry ClIBAUOSr Herein our candidate for Gov- - 0mpuijcgi A lapiillyapproavhing wav He was a Democrat and lie i hlatu ial Mtuition thonughlj ucr WMr jud lear iu m JJow i - me mjo good 111 n Glenn and MxConnell Horfe ernor stnlces the keynote to the i Private nmital is already some came from the Gibraltar tistlift s coiupeiteu 10 Hiuuy it would feel just to go out i i i i ii ii- - i i le in lies n ioi mi iiiiilm iL nn i economic irouoies in xveuiucKy ami drive the cattle home from This Norman Stallion i a dark iron m voi- oi ieiiiwisnii 3 ouuu nwr licit iiiciiiitMJ iu su- TUITION Whateve wrongful expenditures mpnt nml rnch jtear t lie temtit-- - uno ton from si section of the i lllN ins own Pnll- - interests pasture once more And how de- grey 17 hands high weighs 1650 poumU w o may have been made or extrav- - ation will jrow stronger as our State which had been rolling up which are larirc licious it would be to stoop down IIIh cottn are undiirpaiucd for form size Tuition will vary from 200 to S4Q0 per month payabla xuc nthr If all the bonds now subject to by the old cow again to do the and beauty mdulged in the Leii tlil- - i timnilit iitrii mil iirnillirri Vfl iiiiiii tlui niflf iiiniiifit Tnr vnnvj mil inn w i i if in advance kiiL uiiiivw numuers mornings milking and amounting 111 pi tnrea have been to bhiine for it IViiiiiici 1 CriOUPi thn iiklft j r Ill 11 iiiii o ii 111111111 111 U111110 jut squirt J lll lll Ill H l lfn ti tinnn callr n miAiiiili ate round on b iln a stream of her fresh hot milk in 1 paid n ntml Trn otin i t and there is no remeih for SAML L ISBELL Principal v11 iio to J a black Jack with white poinl 4 years t lie xreas- ccept to restrict the taxinsr power rst of next July then ii Miiiiln Teimessee- for v in Kmnnrt nf his do old 15 J baud high fine form stylish and f ctiAiiHsiii between my lips as I used to uvv I I jan7 0aj NearHicKMAX Kt nt the legislature ami there is jlRmp will bo our lustorv in i hums II nreferred that the urv will through tho forced col That was nectar Thats what actire lection of existing taxes lock up gave an appetite for breakfast uo power that can do this except Ulc mmers But the Coukikr people should apply to him the KIILIL FOltEST i n nnnatitiitirmal Pnnvnntifi nlID Ilit IIUIICM I iu the Treasury and consequently A boy on a farm ought to be UV 111 1l bUlllilll I VM i lHMlfX III HUB all lltlt Ulllt 6 year old 11 from one of la a dark Hie Constitution stopped the Leg pUjMje attention to the idea of Is he capable He would not withdraw from circulation the happiest beings alie hnniU high brown Jackmemure very loiip standard month islaturo from enacting other than state aid to gravel roads in West- - at this time ditcusa Federal poli 60000000 to SSO000O0a Ho may leave to go out in the and heavy bixliel Siid bv mule men to en reneral laws what a vast economy er Kentucky ami the claims of ties but confine himself to State busy world and he may make be di beat mule Jack in Sumner county it would prove ff without inter- more mnuci elsewheie and in Tenn TnE ROYAL PRISONER 8ection on the State for such aftaiis He spoke of Gen Buck present make The lering with the duty ot our cnaii- - aj other but hell neer be a season above tock willmile estthe Jordan As a matter of priueiiile the ner rompliiiientinjr him as a trrand Current historv shows that of a my stabe 3 table institutions it piohibited the Cuuinu is opposed to any gen old man sippiiT anv wncie or aiijnon K y and mile norih of State Lute at however kingship mav have de- Legislature from making svmpa eral snstem of State aid to inter ot a jo it uiti t in mm Judjre Holt said ho could not cllned in essential power and pop- S10 to im ure Kot responsible for acci theticappropriatioiK to build mon Â¬ iinl imuoeiiieuts but there are agree with heiator Jierry anoui ulanty Alter all what does any man dntrt civiliza betore advancing uments flood sufferers drouth special equities in a claim that the new revenue law In his opinto b eed will do well Parties dpirin huw over lich he may be ge in would prove au Western Kentucky might make ion that law is the best MStem of tion it has lost none ot its value this world ec pt his board and to examine my 3tosk before breeding else- mifferers o areoffcrinit all grades of Plain Medium and Fiae FURNITURE atgready ad c it thing of human as duced prices We errr full line at all times of Chiiri Kocken plain and oarWt economy Rat when the gates for stid to hutid gravel loads In assessment of allies that has ever Thisa week nothing will beinterestd his clothes and a place to live where talk f R Y McCONXELL top Tablej Bureaus wiah andi Wardrobes Chamber St Majlireses Spriiij rre once open can the intelligence 1S34 the Internal Iiiiptovement been applied in this State or any I am kept on the Intelligent investigation payn tbtrlJB mar25 birth Why sis it is and we gusranlet our price- to be the loteest of the people be depended upon bill sippropiiated about four mill- - other State Still ho would not of but the grand old Kaisers and divo now from early in the mornWe are headquarters on we iu vite jour tu vetigatiou of uur goods day celebration at Berlin to elect members to a Constitu- - ion dollars to aid internal im- - insist that the law was perfect during the week just past tho en ing till late at night without su R T TYLER tioual Convention who will so provement enterprises under the Indeed he thought it should bo grossing topic has been the sit let up dav in and day out The II A iraino it or will they in the name direct promise that the money war amended and he pointed out scv tempt on the life of tho Czar Of money I nave made has enslaved ATTORNEYS AT LAW of progress and development to be divided entinllv between the oml fesit tiros which could be im- - course the peculiar condition of me With financial success cares throw down the bars and give the firce sections of the State Snrth- - proved by modification He said KnrmiOMii siftnirs sind thfl OVOr- - and responsibilities and traU un HICK HAS - - - KENTUCKY carrying the lorget line of Wooden and Metallic Rurial Caseo of any firm Id W attend to all business entrusted Tnneaee or Kentucky We discount all competition in this line impairing hi 4 Legislature still further taxing cm Central and Southern Ken- - theie was a greater evil than the go close in Bajowig 1art the Czar plays be- - numbered escaping together and WILLtheir care V St Job Work peciilty t AH me -- UVUWU tin Mil ll llfl llllll ivthe embarass juinvi i urn iui tneky To make a Ions stor taxation question trom which tiw thcresno kUu nrntrrssinir Office Furniture Factorr etriction in the present Constitu- - Kort nearly all this money was Kentucky is suffering that is the i1Illi im jtsiySQ nf continental ments and tumbles A rich man nov87S eStore Room undr City flail lion no man can ten winii our used in Central Iventnckv and evil of special legislation After i IV ilMitfl interest ought to be judged pretty gen Ktate debt might have been CxiUIc for Sale much of it to day is still invested all we may say about our econom to tho incident It is indeed a erously He has a good deal in Central Kentucky turnpike jie troubles in Kentucky the cor strange fate for Europe in this her more to contend with than people I hare on hand for sale four yoke f compaires Thus it is seen that rection of most of them lies with highest stale of rethicuient wealth who arent rich generally tuppose goo J Loj8ini Cattle Any one desiring 0 YOU CAX NOT for 50 years past the States money the legislators A Governor can and industry to hold herself month tok of thit kind would do well to calf Cau the Republicans defeat thus invested has been enjoyed do little more than recommend after month armed to tho teeth The Prohibition question is go nd examine and be convinced thai I will Cleveland in ISSSr We believe by Central Kentucky sections as it is with the General Assembly waiting for the decision of a half ingjo plav a very important part sell cheap tnd good stock J M ROBFRTS they can But they certainly can stids to the local improvement of to carry his wishes into execution crazy man who is hiding inside a ia i1onne5seo politics next Aufebll AlOicoiT Ky lively old not do so if they again confront those sections Now it is undir- - Thir tiling of special legislation fortified palace out of reach ot as gust There will be him with the candidate which they stood that the counties enjoying is the greatest curse upon the sassins If tho situation of to- - times in the old Volunteer State xor Globe- - these benefits are willing to buy body politic put in the field in 18S4 I e 11 Why at every ses- -- rf and the i Prohibitionists claim that u hi ui -- Democrat tia tlfvCttTctr1 in ttmca ttini - ftuu Ul flm Cttw 4tl Ai lo aiii lit t YoirR no n lhr Tirntilieev won Vtirv n in rnn HIU iiiqijiiu cnioii ii uivov vuin- i i Jl HVltu w t T laPHYSICAfrATJDSURUEON n ffz IUu- - H outi G A C IIOIT eantliilatc wtnuu a pikoft ami umkv ilieuv frue to tUejri thoro no nasfiert from 1000 to i iinvo riciui umjT1 rue irioue uenioerat And et use so a mtT ernor is at present can people JI mis uu ii c iiuiu ii jum tuns w niuii uiiul iu vi i ulous nightmare 6 the largest and most influential tint Im omiiiAut K-- limiior for the lii hoinl nf itiKirli n lerislitive r i HICKMAN ii KENTUCKY IU rfrmnn DpKCUII ilUUliBtUllin UD in SU1111 vassing the counties of the sec DEALER IX-Eepublican paper iu tho Wcht is StJte snuh gtoclc and re Ibodv What we waul is a new tliingsthat the harrowing state of Sll is making good ond district and VTFERS bis Professional Sarrices to again warning its party against invest the same amounts in siding Constitution Under the present suspense iu which all Kurope is headway the citixens of Hickman and ticinity bouth- - unwieldy and cumbersome docn- - hanging upon the whim ot this the suicidal act of nominating Htnilur public enterpiisesiu Jklllj 80 ltnient winch horns our organic condemned recluse heems quite Blaine for President The Globe ern and Western KciitucKr I we law there is bound to be a sense wa the original promise that It would be idle to believes that Mr Blaine is a cor- were to have an equal distribution jof uneasiness and a feeling of a natural now SEASON OF Saddlery agd Harness speculate as to what effect this 1887 I887j rupt and unreliable politician ot flic appropriation auu got none luck ot seeuutv i en ucuinustraiioii oi Mimiaiii sun Clinton Street Corman The people ate the sovereigns slj 1jvo nn have upontne CzaM JJ UW031 ijiOOCieCl gtaillOIlS fought his nomination in lSSinnd of it and such a movementwould Cob Old Si and yet supported him when he was be but the keeping of good faith and this is a matter which tney cdi- - all- thiongh him on the question j JtCMOX KKTrCICY FARRiS iox- PLUIJMER clusively have the power to ol- ptL0 or wir Who can teilj But it is right in one however tardy nominated mm eoiiu in wiiiuicj iiuiii nun u rage Tjro sundirt Such a proposition was before nrt Trttr 0J i i thing sure when it says that his the Kentucky Legislature several reel peopie Kuppiu i r fiA eiuui wiiellier it -win move iknows llilll SMI Uortr ilnrirMlTitJl lraftoi lleri ciOa Jackson St nypmitt Courier Office me ioi kju 0i- ictrcat honour blckUik HICK VAX - KY party can not elect Mr Blaiuo tiwk ntiil sessions ago and considered with he hoped they would not tail to t fti doselv Xo one no matter TlicnLoirHr ill 1tl fh rIR1 Kt ntuiky jntlit much favor If Western Ken f vote for a new Constitution at the how gifted can satisfactorily mi- - tiin that fan b foil n inr r it k WELLHeloctcd stock of Saddles and i i W mtite an iaWUon of A- - rnes U II A J V VKEEMAN w work made to order tuckv would select members of next August election agne nimselt m tne uar s piauu Vulton Kj matt Mr Oliver is one of Fulton Prompt attention given to with a view to this He spoke of the Republicans mi work out the problem of his t countys most worthy farmers the Legislature are advised it who claim that they are going tnnctoll8 gome think it will con wo proposition K K V A I K I 3i V living1 in the Gayce pieciiict Ho might be successful The Cou- - carry the State at the net elec t vince him EjrgK for Male of the necessity of dc of any kind He has secured the service is a young and prominent gentlo- oiun twrD fliio nut fur tllP Inn- - tion lie hoped and believed that voting his whole attention to do- J have eciired permanently one of the fineftt wsrLaien in the Stale aai Wyandotte of tte purest strain at 100 of that well known anl excellent work- Â¬ ili is elected he will inanand if he of can- - there is nothing in such a claim nutir matters while others argue a petce Ejcrs 5100 jier cttinK of U Ap Â¬ man Uncle Bob VarriiM which of itcelf i nnke ronSnc and tinninp a wpeeialtv jeation and discussion Motio I will not be undersold cren in larger cities use every euort 10 represent tue didates Mrs G K TIIKELKCLI a guarantee of good and faithful work Still it must be admitted that the tliit it will drive him to a desper- - ply to Hickman Ky people faithfully At present he martj apr24 Democratic majority iu Kentucky ate course diverting the public i the only announced candidate has been growing smaller jear ly mind from home abuses by pluiig THE GOVERNOBSIIIP but we learn that there are two ROBERT D0C0L18 year He wanted a good ticket jnr jt0 u grand foteign war CIIAS DOUGLAS more aspirants for the position live issues and thorough harmouv ENTHUSIASM FOR HOLT oner of whom made the race sev- Â¬ Ken DOUGLAS BROS in the Democratic masses THE PEACE ALLIANCE eral years ago upon the Green- lJnch e Corrcoil nt J tucky has for vears fired the first will see when the time GROCERY You back ticket There is not a Green Probably as a whole European gun iu the Presidential campaigns Laclede Mock BAKERY back ticket in the field thisyear comes that tho real tight will be iShe will be called on to do that public opinion is more feanguine KESTAURAN between Buckneratid Holt Chris- - KY IlICKMAX aim we cannot see how the gen again this year Ho wanted the as to peace than it was a week tleman cau come before a Demo- tian has all the while been conce leport to give forth uo uncertain ago but the improv ement is slight MEdS AT ALL IIOlIJS I have tlie hct Baker and make belter cratic convention Boomerang ded to Iiuckner but aside from sound but to carry to the further Â¬ and is almost wholly due to con Urger loaes whiter and eweder Bread Will keep a general assortment of Famfair chance for in ihe this Holt That which is said of Mr 0i- - sweep of has a Second distticta most limits of this union tho glad firmation of the fact that Italy has titan any Bakery Ihe time city Fresh ily Groceries Confectioneries c and Aleo Icethe Corner of Jackson aad Kentucky Streets signed the treaty with Germany Bread onhand alland a choice lot of Con- keep employed a fiMt cla baker Goods rer is well and truthfully spoken Further up he will carry Logan tidings of another overwhelming cream Lemonade all fresh and new and will not be underand Austria Bismarck now wants fectioneries Cream Bread at Wilhnrna sold we see uo cause for excluding Mercer Boyle M tson and four or Democratic victory junc25 WILL WILBURN England to join this alliance In Gite me a call iu the mouna man who may have voted the five small counties au13- deed he always wanted this but Greenback ticket from a Demo- Â¬ tains and wit h securing sure promhis efloits to secuio English now HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS cratic convention The true home ise of second instructions in Har- - A FINANCIAL STRINGENCY support will for a littlo while take HICKMAN KY SAVE IjONEY-TO of theGreenhackerisin the Dem ns district ami wnu second m TUST OPENED with new STOCK out and out Rne ttyliah RIGS fat place in European diplo IOW PREDICTION OF PANIC the chief Acratic household and he should isnmo of the central and upper POSITIVE O TERMS reason ablec Tatronage solicited matic maneuvering As the first We arc Wholesale Headquarters lor al DEALER lit lie welcomed to th linna nf ins Ohio river counties why should FROM A HIGH OFFICIAL consequence of this you will see grades of have the best chances fathers Scratch below the skin Holt not SOURCE Egyptian question brought the CAR2 n any Greenbacker and you will I asked Wallace Gruelle of the oct30 1885 miM TOBACCO ad Factory Italian and American Marble forward and England menaced ab Special to tli Nw Yurk Worl MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE finda pretty cood Democrat nnl v Grayson Gazette and who is a and will job to dealers only at rupture with France Washington March 9 It is ruptly with a bo they have been a little restive as friend to both Buckner and Holt surprising if the prices also the It would not STONES to party discipline c what he thinks of the prospect probable that the last Congress relations of Franco and England Dsdil dutch id teisr Si i AVING received a fine lot of Amer answer for iif have and he agrees with me that it will will failure much to tho surplus suddenly became strained to the Ihe beU in the market We also keep ican and Italian Marble1 am pre to reduce or Buckner witn a grow its be Holt utmost point of tension compati- Â¬ constantly on hand a choice selection pared to fill all orders Call and examine DEAD MEN COME CHEAP cutting down tariff taxation game of Family Groceries Confectioneries and my work ing outlook for the first namedjhy rf 0 o ble with tho Chancellors 11 it lili UUJCimiicm sitriiiola llliiii nftAnunt will nell very It is a familiar and au uudisguis- - TT T mtiKin MANUFACTURERS OP he will be helped by the Fruits which we call and see us low for Orders from the country promptly to be trusted the In this is filled ed fact that our railroads and the State below Lexington possi infatuated folly of the French in ihe cash 1leise may 26 teatnboats would much prefer to bly as any man even the candi j country is now upon tne eve oi a supposing the English to be their FUQUA fc DeBOW financial panic sure to bo brought kiii a man ontrignt ttian simply dates themselves included I hear real enemies Nothing would be loitun him The reason is that the talk behind them and I am sat Â¬ about by thearbitrary withdrawal so easy us to raise a howl in Paris FOR SALE tax under the law the relatives of the isfied I cannot be mistaken when of currency through needless All locking up of this for an invasion of Englandnearer 200000 feet dry Cypreaa Building 25cts Lower than the Lowest defunct cannot recover damages I say Holts prospects are good ations and tho along this has really been l hare no clerk oxpenses no store rent iu excess of the sum of five thou and steadily growing to bo the money in the Treasury This Gov to the French mans heart than an and Fencing Lumber Also 100000 and pay cash for all my Groceries and Cypress Shingle ernment ollicial said to day iu pri Mud dollars whereas a maimed next Gqvornor of Kentucky It DREWRY other tussle with the heavy fisted BONDURANT therefore oan sell as cheap as the cheap C and mutilated victim may indem- Â¬ is generally conceded that Brad- vate conversation est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon e marl financial strin gladiator across the Khfne M There will be a nify himself in the courts in a sum ley is to be the Republican candi S ar Flour 25 cents cheaper than the lowDeLesseps is the special evangel gency very soon est iqici nnu vii4iiiiiiicu date and the fear that Gen Buck judgment will lead whicha in my of this idea and we may be sure panic to JOHN WITTING by various things -- the degree of der caniipt haudlo him oil the that Bismarck allowed the vain hit injury the culpability shown stump is ufneh in Holts favor Tho eoiiKtant accumulation of old Poseur to leave Berlin more Co0 bis station in life his pugnacity They say Berry is a pretty good money i the Treasury without in love with it than ever When UNDERTAKERS GOODS W- D1ESTELBRINK lid the length of his purse talker but is wrong on several im- any form of relief possibleisafter this situation becomes sufficiently c WEST MCKJ1AX cerportant questions Hildas Holt has the first of tho fiscal year and the English Ministry is ly a crash It acute Call on A FOLIVER for Blacksmith The prohibition cause is movinsr shown himself sound and in Hup tain to be folio wed to next fall but face to face with the alternative ing Wagon Repairs c Alo a full line of may bo tided over with the people the masses of ahead with ranid strides irhurn i ol giving France her own way in space CNDKRTAKErVS GOODS NOtrouble to name all articles but no ever Us friends are sensible tIe party and proven hitrisWtljo in my Judgment the event is not Eirypt or fighting then the screws to show goods away Come and see at the corner of Troy enough to keep it out of politics jKant orator of the canvass it over two months way will be put on to oinpel England Coffins common Rosewood solid Black of avoiding to join a central European alliance Walnui Cisca Is there ho and Moscow Avenue EaBt Hick mm Ky Five states Michigan West would boa mistake not to gi o this possible invent Virginia Tennessee Texas and nim tlc nomination Gen Bnck Probably JAS CAMPBELL B H FREEMAN pinch is now being on Bismarcks terms th n that Fiitc IForsc for Sale Oregonhave passed through ner hs a3 miy frieeds possibly felt No If The this would bo the best Fulton Ky Ex Circuit Judge Padncah Ky o Luke BIackbuna thoroughbred Stallion their Legislatures bills submit as ever lut there are not so many sembled Congress were to be as could linppen for Europe because to morrow the crash Blaeksmithitig and general wellknown to Mockmen ii for sale or trnde tiur prohibitory amendments to of those now who believe he wouMl come before they could get it would go very far to render a And get- your at He can be Men at W G Kinpmans Livery ought to be madeuGovernor a vote of the people impossible in the Bal Â¬ Repairing done Stable XJall on WG Kingman or through wrangling overjiuieasure war either Vosges but England c or the - mr4J DEE REED The French radical press tell of relief ffho failure of tho De- kans out demanding a guarantee Holds Capital punishment lias boon M De Lesseps ho had stay ficiency bill also adds the compli Wished iu Maine by the passage at home and attend tobetter canal j cationof the present fiiuuietal sit oF aid in case Russia attacks her Corner of Obion and Exchange Street INIVERSITY his iu Central Asia which neither VANDERB1LT fs new law substituting life im business and notbe running it uation0 In thato there was an ap Germany nor Austriaias consent prisonmout for all cases of mur round calling France the natural propriation to pay for the printing STfn Dpirtmrat TItemtnrf Sclmrind rhtl So der in the first degree no par-Â¬ friend of Germany Most people of the ssue ot the silver certui- -c ed thus far to considerstands for finnd Work at Rock bottom Pricean My cMophvCvpi nKinerincla ThlocyndrbnrmcT upca u ciuucumiu xur tvJ MIC imuv moment tho matter U1UHU rooms in ttWy Hall ant tnmi irw jwpart r a specialty i s doning power to be left with the are seeing it about the same way eates in amounts cofono aini0two the Will practice in copartnersliip in Fulton county All classes of t U nsf nt of Mfdcine and Vt ntitrr oji Oct J JIIl Ttri In AcrjJeinic Knciiieerinit Phsrmniy und Governor in such cases unless TIie friendship in France for Ger- - dollar notes That gave a reserve litigation grill receive prompt attention JOHN MiitAl IVntil DprtirntiSwii ach Xawin 31edlcl Sherman was to speak in u mar26 tf o umoceuce oeos many could be placed under a power of relief to a diminishing fr CtalPGi8 trc Blilieltl J o 0 qob spcllmtion to vils t iLuioyi SecrsUrr fe o Uiblhid which will oBOon beJ ashvulo yesterday very small dinner plate circulation o o lt TEE SCffiEUI C8URISR T1IE GRAVEL ROADS HOLT IS LOUIS ILLE Ourii-r-Iunr- cutoff altogether SYLVAN SHADE ACADEMY 187 tt rl -- L7i ww--JJ-JJrWviBliaiil-ig- fvreTucluMvily g I6 w Â¬ gr I ot - Â¬ I - a i itexiM tL I - i Ifi 1 WV ta 1 f ini Â¬ Jl is 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ TJNDERTAKEBS GOODS J i -- Â¬ S 41 W mrm 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ SfOii 1 1 I r- - fc jvu DR -- l A FARIS - CrBr KINGMAN seeds Â¬ j Hardware Tinware mm Â¬ immmi m j - - i I 1 - I K OOF I IT C Ac J i Â¬ Â¬ WILBURNS i ud I dim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii Stable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HICKMAN KENTUCKY Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 CHK W G KINGMAN B ALTZER hil E I J1get vc HEBf WECK CO Â¬ Groceries Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Blacksmith ing Â¬ p o p Â¬ Â¬ Family Groceries Hickman Kentucky c Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ J R GBAYS FREEMAN CAMPBELL 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at w liiW Ijri- - el 1 8- r j o - O o O o - U ir o -- O O f j - i o o t tS tc Lr ac 71 - jc -- - F i i o- 7 tK 1 3r fT M ij t j