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T tist Ks riH sit -- LZZii i MT THTfflKDUI PtfKJJWED BT COMER tfAJtVwj MWMjitW - i 5 o EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN OICKMAK KY OOca o THE HICKMAN f t 10 COURIERS 1887 SNOWED IN Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch O AIE BILLS ENVELOPES Jaeksea Street next door to CK Ball e LBITER HEAD 0 OIOROK WARREN Editor The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky ntiCK of Biwscaurnox CURRENT TOPICS tvsa - ESTABLISHED NATIONAL AFEiVIRS 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY APRIL READY FOR VOL XXIL N6 27 A I2TVITATI03SrS ETC ETO 1 Ml tlti Tn Inese alphabet contains characteni Potatoes stuffed with egg and grated cheese wo a new dish The Temple EmanueliD Uew York has an orgaVwith 4424 pipes c Otsteks on shell at a cent apieceara Tended oc trays in 2ew York o In India there are four female anes to every million of women DjAJtQpcoa are found in two Georgia coun ties and gold in fifty six counties A well 3000 feet deep is to be bored in the 5itjotJexico in search ofoiL All the railroads aro looking sharp to their bridges Itsa good investment A Newbuko N Y maiden chewed too much gum jyid lost control of her jaw Salt is welling for fif ty ono cents a barrel in Michifwnf with the barrel thrown In EiixaoiLAViLLiAM planted a chestnut xrec m tnti palace garden on his birthday Tmbest modern siege guns cost 197000 and it costs FJOO to shootoneof them onlv eucc A rnrsicujf iis at the bed side of Em peror William watching while the mon arch sleeps Baltimoue is now supplied with illumin ating gas at thirty live cents per one thot aand cubic feet Tnn lleecher farm at Peekskill now of-fered for sale is valued at 10U The house cost 15009 S1 The Illinois Legislature has paascaa bill reducing legal fares from three cents a mile to two cents Tun GennarKRoichstag has adjournsd for theaster holidays and will resume its sittings April 19 Geo W CipLs will present to the West Point Military Academv a life size paint ing of General Grant Tue State of Iowa ias just built herself a new capitol and has done it within the original appropriation A Gnat as entomologist declares that spiders destroy more insect enemies than do allinsct eating birds The Empress Eugenie is said to bo contemplating a tour through the United States traveling incognito Daxviixe Va has caught the boom She is building street railroads water works and laying off parks The New York legislature is asked to pass a bIl making it a misdemeanor to jump off the Brooklyn bridge Toads are an article of merchandise in Paris being kept n tubs and sold at tho rate of two francs per dozen A 1 aw has just been enacted in Connecticut prohibiting railway travel be tween J it m atid 8 p m on Sundays A meeting of Hebrews hold in Brooklyn recently contributed tifiiQ for the nonr inent to the lafc Uev Henry Ward Hcccher r ftl Tni Louisville Courier Journal thinks the Czar of Russia wpuld be a happier man as the agent Of some durable clothes 3O00 Â¬ o - t Assistant Secretary Fairchild Male Secretary of the Treasury Tlie Jntrr State CoiutnlsIon Meets snd OrfptnUe With Judge Coolej as Chilr- man WAsnixoTOX April LThe followisg appointments were made br the President to day Charles S Fairchift oTTNcw York to be Secretary of thTrefiuryVvice ilan ning resigned and Isaac H aynard 0 New York to be Assistant Secretary oi the Treasury vice Fairchili promoted Charles Stebbins Fairchlldwas born at Cazenovia N Y April 30112 and his position as a Cabinet Minister lltds him in tho prtme of life and well fitted for the onerous labors as head ot Wuj financlil 1- 0partmentof the Government His fatocr was forcmany years the attorney fortho New Yorlc Central railroad and is one ot the eminent men of New York The new Secretary of tho Treasury reewved S hi iioIi Ai4itivi at the Methodist Sem inary at Caieojvia and he entered Har vard in 1S59 gradual ing from with the cls of 1SC3 Hethcnealcred the Harvardv Iaw ad School and mitted to the tar is Â¬ n Â¬ J Â¬ JtivVVV Â¬ 1 zr T t - a chijdof eleven years is an applicant Efor divorce in an Omahs court on tho ground of cruelty and failure to support 1iWKSUBa8 iwscd tho Connecticut 3efe TLegishrttirc prorldesTthat cider which has comrnwnted Iernientatlau stiaU bo subject to the license law The death rate in New York is now said to be dwindled to seven hundred a week To bury this number the city has one thousand undertakers The Puritant rose the latest production of the queen of flowers has a compact blossom is of abdicate creamy white and will last for days Tiie latest advices from the volcano of Nauna Ijoa are that the flow of lava which was recently upheaved fromtho mid ocean furnace had ciscd A wrjtek of vigorous American prose describes a school girl out in the cold world as a minnow among a school oi saw toothed pickerel The Chinese are said to manufacture en anajsthnticnot uuliko cocaine in its action and claim that the anaesthetic property is tho juice of the cyeof the frog Oscab S Strous the newly appointed Minister to Turkey is a native of Georgia He was bornin Talbotton and resided there until he was eleven years old JoEi Wanxamakeu the Philadelphia merchant carries a life insurance of JX 000 J B Stetson of the same citv has 1515000 and Hamilton Disston fcVWOM The proprietor of a Broad street bucket shop baa been arrested and held for trial in a Now York court the evident intent being to settle the legal status of his busi ness A Guisoow merchant askQd Queen Vic- Â¬ toria to accept a jubilee gift of a cheese weighing five tons and made from tho milk o S500 Canadian cows but she de- Â¬ clined Kwon Hao tho youngEmpcrorof Chiua who has been declared of age atsixtecn has assumed the full reins of government His name signifies Continuation of Glory Several books of county records in Iowa which had long Wen missing were recently found in a Davenport saloon where they had been pawned for liquor ly a former official j Oveh l2300000r1iasbeeB contributed to the colleges of thla country by twenty men Three of these twenty Stephen Girard Johns Hopkinsatfd Asa Packer fc gave ever fl4000COTurn Btate Department aiach exercised orer the premature publication of thcx tradHien Treatywith Russia and efforts will teraado to discover tho methods by - whichir was madep1bHci Emperor Wiluam received lf4S tele gramn congratulating him upon his birth day imniversary Of these 1297 came fromdifferentTJarts of Germany sixty from America and five from Canada The otbci H arcr not accounted for Sidset BAHTLirrV one of Bostons lxsst kxpwn lawyers isclghiy elght years old yet his bodily strength Is little impaired and lie is said never to have exhibiteo greater intellectual vigor than in a recent argument in an important case that ho was conducting To meet the growing scarcity of whale- Â¬ bone and its consequent increased cost various substitutes have been brought for Â¬ ward among the most recent is the em- Â¬ ployment of geese and turkeys quills a factory for this kind of manufacture hav- Â¬ ing been established in Michigan Cajtaix Nathan ArrutTox is credited with the suggestion that the people of the Untax States of America should present to tho city ot Pari a statue of Washing Â¬ ton ja return for that of Lafayette pre seated to the city of New York by the peopta ef France in 1678 Now is ihetime for Sew York to subscribe The richest colored woman in America is Amaada Eahanks ftfUome Ga who pays taxed QBt08eO Tlie Bropertycame to her by 1111 from ker white father The next richest is Mrs James Thomas of St Louis who bwbs the tnebarber shopThe Lin dellf aa4 if asseiisM on property to tka iaeiuUef ItWWe TacmeBtal peculiarities of Queea Vie tertijare becoming a general topic of caa TefsHtiefi the pinion that she is de BMalad Is freely expressed now in quarters vrkamk wavM kave keen seoated a year fm4 Her twwes irea for aavlng a circus Â¬ Â¬ wringer Lulu William and their methods Upon the expiration of his terra as At-Â¬ torney General Mr Fairchild in 1S7S visited Europe for the second time his first trip having occurred in 1S7L While on the Continent the future secretary made a care- Â¬ ful study of the monetary systems of the old world and when he returned to New York he had acquired a valuable fund of information From ISS0 when he returned from Europe up to the time ho was called to Washington as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Mr Fairchild was practicing his profession in New York city The new secretary is a very straightforward man of business easy of access for it has bcey his boast since he came to Washington that his door has always been open to callers no matter what their business was and in this respect he has shown a marked difference from other officials of the new administration His face is round and moothly shaven a closely clipped black moustache being conspicuous above the firm closed mouth while in stature he is slightly above the medium height compactly built and weiffhs about ISO pounds Secretary Fairchild is a firm in thoefflcacy or equestrian every attcmoon at the close of business ho mountshis smart bay roadster and rides at a canter through the suburbs of Washington as an appetizer for dinner Socially ho and his wife are very popular and his hospitable mansion has always been thronged during the gay season Treasurer Jordans successor has not yet been determined upon and probably will not be announced for some days Mr Theodore Cook of Cincinnati is spoken of most frequently in connection with tho place and it is thought most likely will suc- Â¬ ceed Mr Jordan The inter State commerce commissioners called at the Executive Mansion yester Â¬ day about noon and paid their respects to tho President They then repaired to the Interior Department and were sworn in at the private office of Secretary Lamar by Mr Stoddard a notary public connected with tho department The commissioners were then each presented with his commis- Â¬ sion and they remained with Secretary Lamar for some time After leaving the Interior Departmenttho commissioners inspected tho temporary quarters provided for them in the Hooe building Some in- Â¬ formal talk was indulged in by the commis- Â¬ sion with closed doors and then on motion of Mr Morrison Mr Cooley of Michigan was unanimously elected chairman of the inter State commission The selection of a secretary was deferred and tho commission adjourned until to day Tho first business that will come before the commission after its complete organi zation by the election of a secretary will be to fix the time and place for tho hearing of matters submitted by Mr H E Smith Nash vice president of the Louisville ville railroad and Virgil Powers general commissioner for pool rates for the Soath ern Railway and Steamship Association in reference to the long and short haul feature of the inter State commerce act as it ap-Â¬ plies to the railroads east of the Mississippi river south of the Ohio and west of the Potomac river The President has any number of appl- Â¬ icants for the Austrian mission J Randolph Tuckerwas tendered the mission not long ago but declined He has hopes of being given an Associate Judgeship of the Supreme Court bench on the retirement of Justices Strong and Bradley For the Austrian mission General Pierce M B Young of Georgia who recently resigned the Consul Generalship at St Petersburg is perhaps the most form Â¬ idable applicant -Â¬ tirm of Hart Hale Faacnild sjajax ono 01 tne most suc- Â¬ vv cessful legal combina Â¬ II tions in New York In 1S74 he was appointed c s rAincniLD Deputy Attorney General and in his Jlrst political position ho so distinguished him- Â¬ self that in the ensuing year he was nomi Â¬ nated by the Democratic party fortho At Â¬ torney Generalship and was elected Ho served in this capacity for two years and they were eventful ones for the people of New York becauselhe alleged canal riug were receiving tho attention of Governor Tildenand his Attorney General cordially seconded his efforts to rid the State of them u and ii1 lsGbecame subsequent one tao ly 01 VSAAvsi Swartz t birer oiircift- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DUTY ESTER STATE LAW Th Inter State CominUslou Gather at the Capital JuiJe Cooley Chosen Chair- Â¬ man hut 1ormal Orjniizatlou Will Not It Applies to tho Express Com- Â¬ Take llaco Until April 5 panies as Well Washixotox April l Thtf Intcr Stato Commerce Commission yesterday after noon selected Judge Cooley as chairman ot Several 3lvmoria Presented lo the j tne commission Prior to the selection Cooley of Judge Wamuxctox April Vice 1resident Morrison Messrs Smith of tho Louisville and Nashville Bragg and Schoon Road submitted arguments to the Interthe three maker state Commerce Commission to day on mom-Democratic RVv tho long and short haul clause Senator itV 7 bcrs held a conferDolph submitted without argument tho ence at which it was petitions aud resolutions of the Boards of in view decided that Trade in Oregon and Washington Terriof Judge Cooleys tory Tho Portland Board of Trade asked long exponent and for a modification of the long aud short eminence as a Judge had clause as to the Northern Pacific andn order to dem railroad ou account of its competition ontrate to the coun I with the Canadian Pacific Touching tho try that it wes thoir application of tho law to express eoirP oiect to nrtimoto - JUDGE coolet hurmony and unanlmpanics Chairman Cooloy by dircctioti of ity in the board Colonel Morrison should pro the Commission bus written the follow- Â¬ IKseaid Mr Bragg second Judge Cooleys ing nomination as chairman No actual work TOG Chexkv Ksq General Suicrinteml waj done The commissioners met in ent Canadian Express Company Sir the morning callid upon tho President Inst requesting the do Your letter of the wtfnt to tho Interior Department and cision of the Commission upon the question took the oath of office and then visited whether the Inter State Commerce law applie i their temporary rooms in tho Hoo building to express companies has been laid before the whero tho geological Commission aixl duly considered If any ex survey is located No press company desires to be heard by the Com formal move was mission on the question you raise an early op m ado toward an or- Â¬ portunity will be offered for the purpose but ganization for tho until such hearing is applied for the Commission reason that soine of will assume that the law does apply to such companies Very respectfully yours the commissioners T M CoorKV Chairman principally Judge Cooley hold that the commission can not TRAMPS AND DOGS FEASTING organize till April ICemnrkiible Srene In a Chinese irac 5 when tho law goes jurtl A Costly Custom MOUKISOX into effect Judge Yesterday was oax Fiuxcis co April Cooley is quito emphatic on this point U stys ttie tnw authorizes the appoint one of the three great festivals in tho ment of th commissioners aad tho adm n year when the Chinese go out to Point lstralion of the oath of oracc when ap- Lebos Cemetery and feast the souls of pointed but that inasmuch as tho rail Â¬ their departed From 7 in the morning roads will not be amenable to the law till until noon thero were thousands of MonApril 5 any action golians placing meat offerings ou tho the commissou may graves and burning joss sticks and tire take before that date The provision of hacks and crackers will be void It is f wagons numbered r0u and the debris left not believed there a after the affair was over resulted re that any organS wholesale gathering of tramps and dogs ization will bo per Tho for a moonitgbt Chinese dinner fected and a secre- Â¬ of tho Mon white superintendent tary elected before iV KivHisra tWf the latter part of golian burial ground estimates that tho next wceic JUie m jKC pack of corpses for shipment back to Chi- Â¬ w v kXiiAjM stvrrj na will exceed J000 for the season mid all be occupicjl bv in exhumations will havo to le performed form 1 mcetinKs each W iSy xSSSMKW under government supervision txfore re day for the purpose moval from the cemetery will bo allowed The corpses must be undfr the ground for M acouatntedandairree two years and then they are not allowed ing upon a general in the city limits unless hermetically scuooxshker interpretation of the packed There is not the lightest indica- Â¬ law The law is to bo gone over formally then taken up by clauses paragraph and tion of tho Chinese giving up this custom finally by sections and n prfect agree Â¬ of shipping back their dead to China and except with converts to Christianity tho ment reached on all important points It is understood that the work of the rule is always followed It is a verv costly commission when fairly under way will custom and the impost on it are increasbe apportioned like that of the Supremo ing but these are met with milifferciico Court each commissioner taking assign by the rich Chinese corporations u ho unments of cases and dertook the mattor making examinations or conducting har Colored Husband Whits Wife uigs and then submit Â¬ Logan O April 4 Al Green a colored com- ting to the full mission tho result or barber of this city took out a license hero flndiK-yu- vefctordawto worry M15S Maggie Shorr a the commission will comely young wnitKiriftjii-i1-r- mwiaik They drove to Nelsonville ami wre mar be very voluminous Those familiar with ried at six oclock this evening Tins is the character and vol Â¬ the first license of the kind ever issued m ume of matter which this county and makes not a little stir THSK will be submitted aro among our people VAk2 i that M predictingono of this Terrible Drowning Disaster tho mm will bo msmfrw most extensive buiXoeusolu Oxt April l - Kings mill reaus In tho Govern- - dam was carried wav by a spring i r het merit service and that this morning A tenement house occupied bkagg within a year hundreds of clerk will be by four families was swept by the flood required to do- tha routine work Ono and wrecked John Bowman and his reason assigned for tho enormous amount business which will accumulate is that daughter a young man namwl John McÂ¬ of Lean and a child whose name is utixnown seldom will a decision on a question apply were drowned and a man named Laird to any other than the one cao which and his daughter are missing brought it up Â¬ Com-inl-cl- 1 v Â¬ will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jt mmsim m M -- IXZ Tl SShSWAs LMSngl 9MkW Mf v mmX Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEATH OF JOHN G SAXE He Expires at Albany N Y Sketch of tho Comic 1oets Ufe Aldaxt N Y April 1 John Godfrey Sax the poet is dead His body will ba burled in tho Greenwood family lot in Brooklyn Mr Saxe died at the residence of his only son Charles Saxe late yester day afternoon Ho had been practically a recluse for the last ten years tho many family bereavements which ho suffered undermining his reason to some degree John Godfrey Saxe was born June 2 1S1S at Â¬ Â¬ Johx lcxXEr of Chicago made oae hundred horseshoes in one hor twelve min- Â¬ utes and fifteen seconds beating tho record Heavy frost throughout the neighborhood of Waco Tex on the night of the 1st killed all tho growing vegetationeutting corn down to the ground It is thought the fruit trees are uninjured At WiUiamsport Ind John Cunning Â¬ ham and Jesse Shortridgc of Tippecanoo County were acquitted ot the charge of murder for the killing of Simon Girard last fall o TnE erratic Senator Jones of Florida is showing strength for re election Â¬ Â¬ if Highcate Vu and graduated from the Middle bury College in 1S59 Four years later he was admitted to the practice of law at St Albans and continued there in the profession until JiwO when he removed to Jlurliagton Vt He became the editor of the Burlington Sentinel which he cocductea as a Democratic He was party organ for five year rcpcatedlj the Democratic candidate for Gov- Â¬ ernor but never secured a political office until 1S51 when he was elected States Attorney After faithfully lcrvins out his term he bid farewellto law and politics and devoted him- Â¬ self tolltcrature and lecturing winning world Â¬ wide fame as a satirical writer Some llf teen years ago Mr Saxe failed lu health lifo to acttvo from and retired a quiet home at Albany N Y nis brilliant mind gavo no warning of the collapse until one day in 1S72 in an Iowa town he was strlcUcn while about to board a train Since that time he has produced nothing His earliest poems 1S13 were published but it in tho Knickerbocker Magazine ap Progress a Satire was not until peared in New York in 1816 that gen Â¬ eral attention was attracted to the new humorist From that time onto 18C9 Mr Saxe was one of the most prolific producers of lersoin the English lanuage Early in 1370 Mr Saxs completed a satirical translation of The Cloudsof Aristophanes and this was his last work of importance1 Â¬ Â¬ m m The Coal Pool Passes Oat of Existence New York April 1 Tho present coal combination which was formed in March 1S36 has passed out of existence nominally One of tho coal pros dents says that a gen Â¬ eral understanding prevails by which the markot will not receive an oversupplycof anthracite and prices will bocfully maintained Thero will ba no monthly state Â¬ ments made ls in last year but all producers will act in harmony though tho mode of their arriving at the amount to be mined by each company will not be mado public The estimate of the amount of an thracitr required for theyear Is between 33 000000 and 34000000 tons rr far more than was ever before mined in a single year Â¬ Â¬ -- - L a MF 4 - the rounds Having returned from a visit to Balmoral he was calling on one of his poor parishioners to whom he mentioned tho fact that he had been Man I seeing tho Queen OldWoman dinna thiuk sae muckle o Her Majesty after sho traveled on the boat on Sun- Â¬ Minister But you remember day our blessed Saviour plucked the ears of Woman Sunday It was but a few yearsago that a corn on didna think Old muckle o sac Wecl I foreman of a printing oSeeiu mak Â¬ Bapiist ing up the paper placed aiidrertise Him aither after I read ot Weekly mentfor two drunimora nnder the m m the head of Musical atfeough the Fashion in localities changes in context showed that two commercial old cities as well as in now Forty or travelers were wanted Ledger fifty years ago the area covered by the m i H you want to ssssii a your royal blue and red ooks which ode friends just undertake tiT rtra alng scribe the fashionable districts of LonÂ¬ the street to catch a train f Every maa don lay far more centrally than nowad you ever saw will be oa kind to pas3 The center of West end has removed the time of day PhHadttHiaiCalL from Grosvenor square to Kensington and the streets about Oxford street aro There are forty tBoiind women quietly dropping out of the aristocratic aMlkatrieai farferaBos glrca for ksr saUtsrjr AatoaUtle aaturalljr su fssu tkc fctloBgtaf to GrangH mlth Uuited limits Fashion In atreeU mores watt siS uvw N Mrina tt wm mam IL mm Sharon Pa On election d3yho ap Â¬ peared pn the streets mounted on a white horse which was loaded down with bells and red white rand bluo ribbons while his rider was to etl out in whito plug hat linen 4nster and covered with ribbons Theke took so well that he came wi labia few votes of being elected Boston Gtibe just for fun got A story of one of our parish minis- Â¬ an old darkey to run for baress at ters a favorite of the Queen is going Some of tho boys - jj - JS5 aw llu ident chosen to bring about a reform of the magnitude of the ttsk as- An Organisation of Colored Men Promul Â¬ HoaRli Attack u Salvation Army Meeting gate a New Declaration or Independ Â¬ signed to Mr Cleveland needed the aid and a Fearful Italtle Wages fr Twenty The International Railway Tightly ence of those who were sincere aud faith- MlnutM Blockaded SivAjlxAH There is no more reason for the iul to such a cause We woull com Ht April 3 Tlie Salvation organization of l colored mans party mend to the attention of the New York Arrny meeting here to night was tlie sccno of s riot which imperiled scores of lives 1lfieen Hundred lusenjer Cut Off for inthis country than for thu organiza Â¬ Sun nd other grumblers against thu fnilmeil by TheLarmy meets in Fords Hall mud has 0er a ftrck Hardships Plied Thirty tion of a party jOMilonrfos or one 6f President the complaint made by the nigblly attracted three or four hundred the UnfortmiHtest Snow by thi means thh Tribune in the above extract gray licartls It may peopje To night an immense throng surJeet lleep people oMlSoutli can grad Â¬ reliecth minds of thoc Democrats colored rounded the building While tho salva ually hi Ifiimghl into tlie exercise of who have been charging Mr Cleveland tionband was playing tlie police appeared Tho great snow their political rigjil4hi an intelligent with undue preference for Republicans Moxf ton N I April and arrested five members of the army Division or the manner and can be made to under Â¬ iu ofiiec whoplaycd the instruments He has been neither remiss At tlie blockrde on tlie Northern barracks they refused offers of bail and Inlrrroloiuul railway still continue1 to stand the full dignity of th freedom or Indifferent in regard to the claima said Jhey would make a test case Threo the disi omfort and even suffering of hun mid citizenship hicli were conferred of Democrats for places under his Ad Â¬ Fully tittecu of tne army who were not arrested an dreds or belated travelers upon them perhaps the movement ministration He has only stipulated huiuiicd passengers including seven bun nounced to the crowd that they would conwhich an educated black of Kichmoud qualifi- Â¬ duct tie taectlng Tlie hall was quickly fill- dled immigrants are halted on their Va lias started tM ot be without that they possess the necessary aro How unfair and uu r office cations for ed to itf utmost capacityan unusually largo roilc and the railway authorities where under just have been the charges made training every lie vc to get food to tho support in sprinkling of roughs being in tho crowd omui1 ciretinistaTiw it would he vig- - agaiust him bv tlie Sun and its satel- At niioclock ouo of tho rouuhs insulted passcigers and the fifteen hundred work JTlstny sftngncaf him Her escort struck nicn t nature trying to dig them out One onmslyn5nilScllincdtlIftiititoir persisting iirr keeping Domo- - - lTWMMll3b Loup St at him in the face in instant the roughs train isand iSivcr Ju at St another at Sir aim 01 the inzinla getlleman is to crats out- - of office Putting oucjin Flavien another rose in a body and precipitated a fight Line form Qn every populous commu Â¬ everv sis minutes throughout every Some of the more respectable men present Charles and lady Tupper being passen nity an organization of the more working day of the first two years of champioued tho cause ot the ladys protec- Â¬ gers on the latter A break has been made negiots for social and Administration does not show indiffer- Â¬ St Flavien to Caiiipbellton and two progressive tor and forty or fifty mcii where soon in- fium purpose The political ence or negligence toward his partv volved iu a terrble free tor all light Many blo Ucd truns between these points are political aspects of the organization are td be The rascals are being turned out with of the roughs were armed with clubs and working thru- way out through a tunnel chairs and other movable objects wero of snow All tlie northern mails since kept in the haekgroMid for aaiine and considerable promptitude and mon of used with terrible effect Several pistols List Thin sdiy from Prince Kdward ah effort is to beamule to improve the honesty and ability are being put iu were nourished but for somo reason no Island New Brunswick aud Nova Scotia condition of the race before its active their places The positions of public shots were fired There was no policeman are at St Flavien and seven mail clerics participation in political matters will trust will soon be one and all in the Full- - one half of the aud the combatants fought tor arc guarding ihcin present This may or may hands of those who are in accord with twenty minutes before a detail of blue conductors baggage masters and express ho recommended not be the proper way to begin the ele- Â¬ the principles of the party of the peo Â¬ coats arrived and cleared tho hall Two managers I hat run on the line arc hemmed vation of tlie race but the idea at the ple and are fitted by talent and edu- men suffered broken noses several had in at this point A dispatch fr6in New teoth knocked out and twenty five others castle live hours rule from Monctoti bottom of the movement i5 a correct cation to do honor to the Government were more or less seriously battered up says that tbt Quebec night train the first one The organization starts out with Albany Argun no The hundred and fifty or more women that has piRsed lite New BrunsWic lc the understanding that the negro does Friday last has worked its present added to the confusion by scream borders sinie THE OHIO MAN wav through It has seven carsYJl laden not belong to any one party that un Â¬ ing and rushing about the hall seek with people who have been delayed by tho der the existing political divisions the A ItemliilM cnce TViutlnjj to Show That ing safety from tho fiying missiles Many He unit His Work Are Still Keniem storm of the wcelr exhausted and worn by intelligent voter of the black race as of them huddled in terror tm tho stage bcretl In the South their long sojourn amid snowdnlts and well as the intclliirciit voter of the The sccno of the tight was at the head of Our Washington correspondent hasj0 Ihey arc freed at last only by white race must sometimes use his in Â¬ a narrow ilight of stairs which furnished frfst c the only exit from the hall ami to escape the superhuman efforts of fifteen hundred dependence to check evil tendencies in presented some of the details concern- men who haxc worked night and day to the street necessitated charging through both parties and can never be said to ing Senator John Shermans proposed the very thickest of tho fray Had tho On Tuesday the shovelers were so ex have decided intelligently as to his Southern tour This tour is undertaken stairway been accessible many lives hausted thai P a Archibald chief 011 of the at a time when the Ohio politician be- would probably have been lost in the pmeur started witlta special traiiymd all duty until he has freed himself Jieves that he can mingle business with scene He tyranny of the party idolatry panic stricken rush of women The atti the men he coufd collect for the arrived at Cuiupbidllon pushed his way In the language of the author of the pleasirc He will go lo Florida thence tude of the police force towards the army through 10 St Flavien and last night 9 dees not meet with popular approval new movement Mr Clevelands Ad- Â¬ to Cuba and on his return attempt to about eight oclock broke the blockade ministration has put more real value tickle the ribs of the Solid South o People have no idea whai amount of snow John Sherman is a very cool hand KALAKATJAS HEAD thero is on tlm New Brunswick northern on the negros citizenship than all the and a very cunning one and since the In order to clear the trade of preceding Administrations since the war he has had one of his glittering Incensed Chinamen Oiler FJve Thousand bonier Under- flrant the negro was snow live terrace were made from the war Dollars for It rail to the summit of tho bank and uctimized by the carpet bagger who eyes continually fixed on the South It 3 Captain McCul San Frx isco April robbed and deluded him and hi white will be remembered that John was con- Â¬ lough who arrived a few days ngntn com each line of men threw to the terrace above and in many places snow drifts associates as well making sport of the spicuous among the visiting states- Â¬ mand of the brig Wm O Irwin from tho Sandwich Islands relates rcmarkablo iii o thirty loot in depth During their liberties of both incessant appeals men appointed by President Grant to story of Chinese enmity against King weeks sojourn Jn tho drifts passengers Under Hayes the visit the South when the three return- Â¬ to the military He states that a certain endured great hardships although the negro was turned over to tho tender ing boards were expected to do the bid Â¬ Knlnkauu v Chinese firm paid n bribe of 70OW to rail wi aulboritiesUid ail they could to make them comfortable It was fortunate mercies of the whites on a trade ding of Zachariah Chandler Honest a native officer holding a high position John went to Iouisiana and there he to secure his influence in obtaining tho for the woineiicnnd children that so many Under Arthur 110 move was made to sleepers were snowed in with them and lift the black man from tlie position in made the acquaintance of Madison exclusive right to sell opium in tho ILi no si rtitilev were observed in taking coal U which he was found and the recogni Wells and the other returning board waiiau Kingdom and that the Chinese from firs on alio Ridings to supply them tion which he received at the vapital thieves and of Anderson and Liza to secure the prize firm in question failed with fuel They then demanded a return of the bribe wa about on a par with that extended Iinkston which was refused McCullough further The estimable Senator cut a pretty Mr Cleveland to Indians untaxed Arcnsdorfs Delense suites that tho Chinese havo decided not He wide swath in the sunny South The defense in lias oyword and deed undertaken to Snus Citv lv April to submit to what they consider an out- Â¬ charging deal with the enfranchised nice a citi and his colleagues made the chain- rage and when he left the walls of Hono- tho Haddock trial consists in Icavitt with the act ormurdcr Witnesses zens on an equality with all other pagne and the broth fly They de- Â¬ lulu were covered with handbills in Chi nese offering a reward of j3000 for tho this morning have sworn positively that citizen Many of them luive been ap Â¬ stroyed free lunches and facts without The details of this head of King Kalaknua It is said that uu hour bpforc the murder they saw pointed to office some of them to places compunction the guards have been doubled about tho Leavttt on Fourth street wearing light of imnortance and the encouragement great scandal are still fresh in the nants other witnesses testtneu to his yparxsgr aThe avingmlfnTrTemnrKuBjiiiiMrAia MliiurrUCd Tnutt JcttujtliouLts minds of newspaper readers o in Os c dock the day of the murder Tho testi effects upon the more advanced mem Â¬ stay ofthe visiting statesmen Positions Going Begging mouv however is not wholly confined to the South was a continued orgie of V o Washixotox April 3 There havo been Leavilt a part of it being directed against bers of the race everywhere If the political crime and corruption and the Yirginian can organize even a min- Â¬ Medical Corps of tho the character and utterances ten vacancies in the of Bisblacks and actuate them result was that Hayes who was de- Â¬ Navy for nearly two years Tho Surgeon marck Out of the number of witnesses ority of the General has found it difficult to secure so far called ail arc saloon men with but with a correct appreciation of their feated by the votes of the people was suitable physicians to fill the vacancies two occpiioris They generally lcavf Hie rights and duties as citizens he will seated in the Presidents chair by which have occured during that time from stand more or less confused by the sewre have accomplished a work which ill means of the corrupt machinery set In death resignation or other causes The Toss exuiiiiition Cft the States counsrt be of the greatest value not only to motion by John Sherman and his co- Â¬ official of the Bureau of Medicine and Sur- Â¬ them but to the white- - even if it shall partners We have no feeling about gery say that unless some provision is An Anarchists Wife Given a Divorce be dine under the form of a colored this great crime but we should be glad made by which tho inducements to enter to see Mr Sherman become the Presi- Â¬ Eu Clmiii Wis April 1 Clias L mans party Chiatgo Herald the navy will become equal to those of- Â¬ dential candidate of the Republican fered candidates for appointment to tho James the noted Anarchist and son of An party we should be glad to see him medical corps of the army it will soon bo the Knghsli novelist UP B James was Outrage at Home impossible to prevail upon a reputable sued hy ins wife for divorce and a decree placed in a position where the honest About the same time that warranted yesterday on the ground of young physician to accept a commission voters of the country could get a g Britains Demands on Hayli failure to support and inhuman treatment of Ohio were rejoicing over the as assistant surgeon in tho navy Santiago he Crru March Great Mrs James testified that her husband fact that after having controlled whack at him Still keeping his eye fixed on the Britain has demanded 5I0XJ of Uayti threatened her with a knife called her the istate most of the time since sla Freedom of the Press as settlement in full of old demands solid South John Shermans next ef- Â¬ foul names and generally ill treated and V New York April 3 It having been terrified her The defendant did not apÂ¬ veri was abolished they had linally fort after the Hayes fraud was to se- Â¬ Failing its immediate payment she wants Island which lies off the north stated that a boycott had been placed by pear Mrs James gets the custody of the w iped from the statute book tlie last of cure the Southern delegates to the Re-Tortugas the Massachusetts the blackc laws coast of Hayti The island is some thirty the Knights of Lubor District Assembly children and a house and lot National convention which J miles long and is well wooded and upon tho Sqw York Sun Typographical Legislature received a petition from publican Garfield He had his agents nominated Union No ti this afternoon adopted reso- Â¬ watered A Court Suspends Operations certain colored citizen for the redress in every Southern State but we can lutions denouncing any such attempt to April 1 On account of the of a grievance so extraordinary in its not speak for these Redemption ol Trade Dollars FinBririi muzzle the press of this city or of tho counWe know that in IVasiiixgtox April 4 Tho total redemp- Â¬ try aud declaring for the expression of exhaustion of the appropriation caused by character as to challenge National at- Â¬ Georgia his representative was con- Â¬ the Tuilure or Congress to pass tlie de tention Twenty years ago the col- Â¬ tion of trade dollars according to tho honest opinion of tho press upon all matficiency bill in time for the President to ored Methodistsof Springfield secured fessedly guilty of some very dirty latest returns amounts to StST57ii Tho ters of public importance work But it was all to no purpose 9 sign it Judge Achcson issued an order toredemptions are slow and indicate that an old building for their church and The negroes knew nothing of him and day suspending operations in the 17 S Brained by a Falling Tree thero aro less of those coins in existenco moved it upon a lot just large enough they would have nothing to do with District Courtcfor Southwestern Pennsyl than was at first supposed It is now to hold it The property on either side Meadvhie Pa April It Ouerens E vania until the October term The prishim thought that the entire redemption will Baker a farmer residing about four miles oners in jail on pending charges were all was owned by a man who did not like not exceed six or seven million dollars Since that day Mr Sherman has from Harinonsburg this county was in released on their own recognizances his new neighbors and he built a tight been growing more and more genial a stantly killed Saturday afternoon while board fence close to the church ou each with the solid South still in his eye Heaviest Snow oi the Season engaged in felling timber A tree in fall- Â¬ Release ofHcrr Most side which he painted black As the Negauxek Mich April 4 Tlie heaviest ing caught him acd his uplifted axe was For some week now he has appeared New YortK April 1 Hcrr Most the Ansnow storm of the season accompanied buried iu his brain Baker was a veteran fence rose almve the windows its black Â¬ to be in melting mood He has re a by a fierce northwest wind has been rag Â¬ Of the late war was forty seven years of archist was released from tho penitenti ness shut out the light of day so effectu Â¬ upper Michigan Peninsula age and leaves a wife and fiv- - chUdrendn ary on Blackwells Island - early this ally that candles or lamps had to be used centlv had himself interviewed at some ing all over the length in a Cincinnati paper and it is morning On his landing at the foot of From fifteen destitute circumstances for the past twelve hour Â¬ East Fifty second strew be was greeted at every service The perfirmance at said he proposes to use his chin in the to eighteen inches of snow have fallen on by a young woman and a number of bis tracted some attention at the time but South to some extent thejevel and trains in all directions are Atlanta Consti-Â¬ Horrible AccideKt as the man who built the fence was a tution o delayed Youxgstowx O April 3 John Varley sympathizers A big crowd was on tho and they followed Most and his good Republican and the Republican at nn iron mill while attempting river bankSecond avenue where they ena roller Cincinnati Election party of Massachusetts was Mien fully PRESS PARAGRAPHS piece of red hot steel passing friends to Cixcixxati April 5 i a m At this to carp a tho rolls slipped and fell The sconced themselves in a beer saloon occupied in looking after outrages through Blaine is evidently a sinking writing the complete returns from the upon the negroes in the Soutr nothing municipal election havo been receiv- Â¬ steel struck his left leg above the knee Reduction of ths Public Cebl hip Wharton Barker of Pennsyl passing through the ileshy portion and was ever donu about it and tfcc unfor Â¬ ed The vote for Mayor is as follows is said him and 5Vsiiixotox April 1 The public debt causing a terrible wound nearly burning tunate ncgries of Springfield waited for vania has deserted the same it Smith Republican 17ftS Stevenson the clan Cameron of State has off Varley was removed to the wts reduced during the month of March to tho bone United Labor 17327 Matson Democrat the amount of Sl2S0S4o771 Cash in tho the fence to rot and fall But nince the 11851 The Labor Party elects0 many hospital and tho log amputated at the Treasury available for the reduction of tho Democrats canie into power at Wash Â¬ followed suit and will sound the slogan for Sherman Detroit Tree Tress thigh councilman and ward officers debt- - wiiitunv2 ington they appear to have plucied up o Death has removed several courage and tley have appealed with Czars Assassins Ranged Suicide of a Love Sick Boy President Diazs Message present Legislatuie for stumbling blocks from the path of success to the vs ai 3iklin- April 3 Three persons who Scottsbuko Ixn April sixteen Cm of Mexico April 1 In his mes au act which will end this abu e James G Blaine Mr Arthurs influ- Â¬ year old son of John Richey who resides were concerned in the attempt to assasi agc to Congress to night President Diaz planned and committed by a Repub Â¬ ence in New York would havo been six miles south west of this place com- Â¬ natc the Czar by means of bombs in St Our relations at present with General Logan would mitted suicide this morning by shooting Petersburg on March 13 were hanged will say who in the meantime has been against him foreign nations arc most agreeable com- Â¬ lican have been a formidable rival Becch himself through the head Disappoint Â¬ Thursday morning Twenty more officers elected to- office repeatedly by the would have been found ment in love is said to have caused him to in various branches of tho service havo mencing with our neighbor on the north partv which claimed to be the especial ers eloquence am pleased to say there is no question been arrested in connection with the at- Â¬ commit the rash act The revelation of on the other side and even Eben F the negro tempt made against the life of the Czar of any kind that can disturb tho friendly friend of was a foo relations existing between the two nasuch an outrage upon negroes by a Pillsbury who has just died in the park of the Gatschina Talaceou Congressman Reagans Successor who was not to be despised Still tionsRepublican in a city of hi own- - State Palestine Tex April 4 Colonel Wm Tuesday last o Â¬ there arc few people c B Martin the Democratic nominee was at the very time that he was fretting mur whenathe magneticleft who will de Coinage for March assumes to man Twenty five Buildings Burned to day elected to Congress from this tho Wamiixgtox April 1 Tho coinage of himself over an alleged outrage uy take the leadyigain Chicago Herald CtAitKsvnLE Tixx April 3 Fire here Second District to fill the unexpired term Democrats- upon negroes in Texas the mints during the month of March was 2 Thc river and harbor bill which 3 of John H Ilcagau A very light vote was to dayo destroyed twenty five buildings KiVJTifjOl of which 30203SO were Jn would seem irresistibly amusing to Mr Loss estimated at J000 polled Tho Republicans presontcd no died in tho Presidents hand this year standard silver dollars George Frisbie Hoar if he had any 0 candidate C o e was a monster in some respects As it sense of humor A i Fosl Says Arensdorf is Not the Man 0 ArrAlicn Buys More Land came from the House of Representa- Â¬ Here is the way thcy make spar- Â¬ Sioux Citv H April a The defense in o c The Rascals GoinR Out tives it appropriated 17000000 for rows useful in Germany Long troughs the Haddock murder trial have produced Bloomixctox Iu- - April 1 William o what seemedolikc judicious improve-Â¬ occupied a witness who swears he saw the mur- Scully tlioj noted alien landlord who placed at eaves of houses are It appears that more than half the officials Â¬ C Logan Sangamon owns vast tractis In the public service exclusive of the army and ment of 0 the rivers coasts and harby the sparrows in building their nests der that Arensdorf is not thcinurdercr but a man who answers the description of and Livingston Counties has added to his navy have witnin two years hcen changed bors But in the hands of the Senate When the young are hatched and the Leavitt one of the principal witnesses for possessions by buying 1M acres near while ihe appointments in place of ofilcers tho measure was recast the amounts mothor goes out to procure food wire the prosecution whoso terms have expired as far as can be asayugacLivingstoi County for 45800 certained seem not to be more than a third of --appropriated largely increased and a screens arc placed over thenf with in-Â¬ Killed by a Bursled Grindstone the whole number made In one department large number of them introduced that J terstices largo enough to permit the One Thousand Pensions in One Day only an oSlclal statement shows that In one looked wonderfully like big jobs tLKHAKT Ixn April 3 By the bursting In appointments were ma4e and passage of food into the youngling of a grindstone in Pratt oi Sons carriage fiscal year Wk iiingtox April 1 The pension office nthpr information seems to iustltv the con this shape it was completed and irf but too small to allow them to escape works Henry Stair a blacksmith was yesterdjy i suciF ono thousand pension clusion that In the two years tlius far at least died Harrisburg Tatriots As soou as they are large and plump stru uya nying iragmentnna so serious certificates This is -- aid to be the largest 50000 persons m all the departments have this shape it Conkliug and his stalwart fol-Â¬ injured that his death ensued this morn- - number ever issued in one day by thtt been appointed which is 2w3for each month they are killed and make a very de- Â¬ ing each working day about ten for lowing so it is hinted will not suj bureau ehjhty0for sirable article of food Boston Budget- carh workias hour anil one lor every six min 2 o he is the Republican a Foul Play Suspected o utesthroughout every working day from the port Sherman if o Frightful Collision e Au English clergyman relates that The stalwart 18S5 to the 4th of March 188T Presidential nominee V St Paul Mixx April 8 A Mitchell of March April L Two freight 4th TrSbvn Ooiiixth Mis once when endeavoring to make an Oak c ring oi the Republican party is a special to the Pioneer PrcM says trains collided four miles west of here T assembly of children understand that The charred remains of Mrs John Man The simple factjhat an office holder recognized power in New York poli- Â¬ engineer the wearing of a uniform was a mark iece living twelve miles south of here this evening Instantly killing both of the had been an active partisan under the tics though not so effective in the way Kahl aifd fireman cHstleburg of distinction and involved responsi- Â¬ were found in the burned debris of her east bound train Castleburgs body was oformer Administration and liad pros of punishing a political enemy as tha house this morning The fire occurred at You see a man bilities he said entirely burned up Fifteen or twenty tituted the power and patronage of Mugwump for the reason that the walking very erect dressed in a reu ten oclock Friday night Her husband is loaded cars were destroyed by fire imme- Â¬ office topartisan purposes was clearly Mugwump ismorc independent and in California There is some room to sus- Â¬ coat wuo is he A soldier sir diately after the collision With the stal- Â¬ a sufficient reason why he should be less loyal to partpect -foul play Right- - You see a man wearing Sherman the MugÂ¬ - It was absolutely necessary warts against removedColored Wife Murderer Hanged kind of helmet and dressed in blue Pensions Issued During March for the success of then Democratic Ad Â¬ wumps against Blaine the Jay Gotdda ho is he A policeman sir S C April Columbia Louis StewWashixgtox April 3 Duringthe month Right again Then the preacher of March last the Pension Bureau issued nYf the tobjied wife murderer was hang ministration to have in the various dc against Gresham the Republicans wiir re-with a parson iu mind said Yotj 10313 pension certificates of which 471i Cvt at tnjus at noon The exe- - partui5w a fair proportion at least be pu to their trumps to make JH MoiuM willing to extend to it their pectable nomination He madu n full vu coat and were orizinlml 30t Increased pen e ujiin w privAi see a man dressed in a black of thof corihljwl efficient upporfc AFrw wearing a stiff white collar who slens A Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIVES IMPERILED COMM0N SENSE MOVE Jij5 1 Â¬ lt Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C7 Â¬ Â¬ 111 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- t - mm p Â¬ m i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m Â¬ -- ME - 1 E - Â¬ r Â¬ 2m- Â¬ 1 to-da- hi A matbtr lir o 1 r5 If - Khiaii m- -C Sir VV j th r l V J fWv r V vf-- tSJT W JlL tir 3Sfc4jfc4 4imMbb1HI BBBW o o HV-tK-- -A - - o philan-Uu-opt- at 0 o -- 1 v - for the Christian than for the and the statean Oh If we could have all these suffering little ones Punctuality and Earnestness Neo- - gathered together what s wnc of unSor and wretched less and rg and 9n and eseary for Success trouble and darkness If we could see those little road to an Important Factor death which feet on the hroad The Sanday-f-chothrough Christian char- Â¬ la Christian Advancement Sermon by ity ought to be pressing the narrow path T DeAVltt Talmage D I of life if we could hear those voices in blasphemy which ought to be singing the lit- Â¬ praises of God Wo could see those Bbookltx April 3 Tho Rev Dc Witt tle hearts whichifat not to that age ou8ht Tafmage D D has returned from tho be soiled thought beÂ¬ with one West after an absence of nearly three coming tho sewers unclean abomination every for weeks in which ho preached and lectured if we could see those suffering little ones - in fifteen cities to immense throngs A sacrificed on the alter of every iniquitous vast congregation was present at tho passion and baptised with fire from tho Tabernacle this morning and joined with lava of the pit we would recoil cry- Â¬ fine effect in singing tho hymn which be Â¬ ing out Avaunt thou dream of hell gins They are not always goingto be children Jesus shallreign whereer the sun They arc coming up to bo men and women Does his successive journeys run of this country spark of iniquity Dr ITalmages subject was A Live that might now beThat out with one drop put ii 8 9 Church and his text Revelation of the water of life will become the conUnto thc angel of tho Church in Smyrna flagration of every green thing that God write These things saith the first and ever planted in which ought tho last which wasdead and is alive I to have been a the soil That Holy Ghost temple of the know thy vorks and tribulations and will become a scarred and blistered rum poverty but thou art rich everyllght quenched and every altar in Smyrna was a great city of the ancients the dust that slips into bounded on three sides by mountains It your store That petty thief f loth from and takes a yrd was tho central emporium of the Levan- your counter the hihwayman tine trade In that prosperous and bril- Â¬ of tho forest will become or the burglar at midnight es- Â¬ liant city there was a Christian church safe and picking lock tablished After it had existed for awhilo blowing the your of yourffioney villainy up to tide the store It was rocked down by an earthquake It A staggering with army was Vebuilt Then it ws consumed by step great and bloodshot eye a1 drunken hoot a conflagration that swept over tho entire thoy are coming on gttlioring recruits city That church went through fire and from every grop shop andelx infamy in trouble and disaster but kept on to great the land to take the ballot to nnd hurrah spiritual prosperity The fact was that bird knuckled fist at church had the grace of God and ever ac- Â¬ of the elections The sore power than ruffianism will have tive principle Had it been otherwiso all the intoftfgence and sobri the grandeur of architecture and all tho ety gentle hand of and with the sigtiature 4 Men bloated pomp of surroundings would only have ton of the fore been the ornament of death tho garlands of sin toburned in froratbe chin will look head tho bottom cf the of a otn the plumes of a hearse It may do profitable to consider what ans honest men out of countenance Moral corpses which ought to be buried a the elements of a live church hundred feet deep to keep ahem from one I remark in tho first placo that will rot in tho fnee poisoning the characteristic of such a church is punctu- Â¬ of the sun atairnoonday Industry iu ality in meeting its engagements All her plain frock will be unappreciated ecclesiastical institutions have financial while thousands of men will wander relations and they ought to meet their around in idleness with their hands obligations just as certainly as men meet on their hips saying Tho world owes us their obligations at tho bank AVhen a a living O what a tremendous power Church of God is not- as faithful to its there is in iniquity when uneducated and promises as the bank of England it ceases unrestrained and unblanchcd goes on to be a Church of God It ought to bo un- Â¬ concentrating and deepening it J and widen derstood that prayers can not paint a ing and gathering momentum until it church and prayers can not pay the swings ahead with a very triumph of deswinters coal bill and prayers can not olation drowning like surge scorching meet the insurance and that while flames crushing like rocks What prayers can do a thousand things there are like you going to dp with are this abana thousand things that prayers can not do doned population of tho streets Will Prayer for any particular church will you gather them in your churches never reach Heaven high unless it goes It is not the will of your Heavenly Father down pocket deep that one of theso little ones should In my church at tho West there was a perish If you have ten respectable man of comfortable means who used to children in your class gather in ten that pray for his pastor in such elongated style are not respectable0 Itin your Biblo class that he becamo a nuisance to the prayer there be twenty young men who have mecthjg asking God in a prayer that was connifrom Christian homes and elcgaut almost without ceasing that the pastor surroundingslct those twenty young nen might bo blessed in his basket and in his go out and gather in twenty more of the store while the fact Was he never paid young men of the city who are lost to God any thing If we pray for the advance and lost to society This outside populament of the church and do not out of our tion unless educated and restrained will means contribute for its advancement our work prayer is only mockery Let the church Years terror in ages that are to conic ago atew Orleans when the of God then meet its obligations on the was raging fearfully a steamboat outside and let the members of the con cholera just before nightfall crowded put out with gregation mcet the obligations on the in- passengers who were trying to escape from side and the church will be financially the pestilence After the boat had been prosperous outalittlo while the engineer fellvith Let me say also that there must bo punctuality in the attendance on the house the cholera Tho captain in consterna- Â¬ of the Lord If tho service begins at half tion wnt down among the passengers and Is there anyone here whoknows past ten in tho morning tho regular con asked A swarthy gregation of a live church will not come at anything about engineering man replied I am an engineer Wella quarter to eleven If the service is to begin at half past seven in the evening said the captain I would be very glad if you The man the regular congregation of a live church would take charge of this boa will not come at a quarter to eight In went to the engine Tho steamer moved some churches I have noticed tho people more rapidly until after a while the are always tardy There- are some people captain and some of the passengers were who are always late They were born alarmed and they went to sec what was tho to late and tho probability is they matter and they found that this was a will die too late The rustling of maniac engineer and that he was seated on dresses up the aisle and the slam- the safety valve as they came to him I am commissioned of Satan to ming of doors and the treading of heavy he said ad he flourfeet is poor inspirations for a minis- drive this stpntner to hall ter It requires great abstraction in a ished his pistol and would not come down pastors mind to proceed with the prelim But after a while through some stratainary exercises of the church when one gem ho was brought from his position half of the audienco seated are looking and tho lives of the passengers were O round to see the other half como in Such saved O my friends that steamer had a difference of attendance upon tho houso no such peril as our institutions are threatened with if the ignorant and unreof God may bo a difference of time pieces strained children of this land shall come Â¬ but the live church of which I am speaking ought to go by railroad time and that up in their ignorance and their crime to is pretty well understood in all our com- Â¬ engineer our civil and religious instimunities There Is one hymn that ought tutions and drive them on therocks Educate this abandoned ppulation or to be sung in a great many Christian fam- Â¬ they will overthrow tho institutions of this ilies on Sunday morning land Gather them into your Sabbath Early my God without delay schools I congratulate you that many 1 haste to seek Thy placo have been gathered Go forth teachers Another characteristic of a live church is the fact that all the people participate in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and coming A stranger can tell by on the gathered Sabbaths may there be t S n the exercises scores and hundreds of found mo way tne nrst tune starts whether there is any life there A church that docs not these wanderers and instead of eighteen Z sing is a dead church It is awful to find hundred in the Sabbath school we shall a cold drizzle of music coming down from see three thousand or four thousand and the organ loft while all the people beneath tho graccof Got will com down upon J sit in silence When a tone wanders them and the Holy Spirit will bring them e into the truth ground lonely and unbtfriended and is allAnother characteristic of a live church finally lost amid the arches because the architecture people do not join in it there is not much is one with appropriate melody made unto tho Lord In Heaven In the far West and amid destitute popula they all sing though some there can not tion a log church is very appropriate the sing half as well as others The Methodist people living in log houses inJJut in comChurch has sung all around the world and munities where people live comfortable gone from conquest to conquest among abodes a church uncommodious or lacking nuisaiicc Because other things because it is a singing in beauty is a moral manger a is no reason church and any Christian church organ Christ was born inworship why we should Hixn in a barn ization that with enthusiasm performs Jesus Christ bo not thiB part of its duty will go on Let the churches of but only comfortablo ornate Years from triumph to triumph A church to hive a comof God that can sing can do any thing that ago we resolved We resolved that it ought to be done We go forth into this fortable church should be amphitheatrical in shape The holy war with the Bible in one hand and a hymn book in the other O ye who used prominent architects of the country after to sing the praises of the Lord and have figuring on the matter a gocd while said got out of the habit take your harps down that such a church would not bo churchlv from the willows I am glad to know that and they would have nothing to do with But after awhile we as a church we are making advancement the enterprise found an architect in this respect When I came to be your his reputation He putwilling to risk up for us the pastor we had an excellent choir in first tabernacle in amphitheatrical style tho little chapel and they sang very We liked it All who came liked sweetly to us Sabbath by Sabbath followed in the same ever and anon there was trouble it This building but style We believe it is appropriate and for you know that the choirs in the United adapted An angular churci will havo an States are the Waterloos where tho angular theology Tho church of Jesus great battles go on One Sunday they will be a sing like angels and the next Sunday they Christ ought to firegreat family circle the pulpit only the will be mad and will not sing at alL theyiiro gathered in place around which sweet and domestic We resolved to settle all tho difficulties But and have one skillful man at tho organ communion up O when our first tabernacle went the curaiture and tho 3 adJofieman to do the work of a precentor and new from Sabbath to Sabbath the scofilngl They said Its a hippodrome eng comes up like the voice of mighty Its a holy circus Its Talmages the- Â¬ But the Lord came down ater thundering with power upon that old building and Let those refuse to sing made it the gate of heaven to a great Who never knew our God many And this building followed That But children of the Heavenly King we were right in persisting in the style of Should speak their joys abroad On the way to triumph that never ends architecture is proved by tho fact that now and pleasures that never die sing there are sixty or seventy churches in the Another characteristic of a live church United States in the same style Indeed is a flourishing Sabbath school It is too our Tabernacle has revolutionized church late in tho history of the Christian Church artitecture in this country A lhc church to argue the benefit of such an institu- Â¬ must have a commodious a comfortable tion The Sabbath school is not a supple- Â¬ an adapted building How amiable are ment to the Church it is its right arm Thy tabernacles O Lord of Hosts I But you say there are dead churches that pwould rathe be a dnor keener in the have Sabbath schools Yes but the house of my God than to dwell in the tents -schools are dead too It is a dead of wickedness mother holding in her arms a dead chitd Again the characteristic of a live church But when superintendent and teachers must be that it is a soul snving Church and scholars come on Sabbath afternoons It must be the old gospel of Christ Oh together their faces glowing with in- say some people the Gospel of Christ alterest and enthusiasm and their songs lows but a small swing for a mans faculare beard all through the exercises ties and some men have left tho ministry at the close they go away feel with that idea One such said to Rowland iag they have been on the Mount of Hill I have left the ministry because I Transfiguration that Is a live school and - dont want to hide my talents any longer it is characteristic of a live church There well replied Rowland Hill I think is only one thing I have against the the more you bide your talents the -schools of this country and that is better Why there is no field on they are too respectable We gather into earth so grand as is open be- Â¬ that our schools the children of the refined fore the Gospel ministry which you pow- Â¬ Have ind tke cultured and the educated but ers of analysis Exhaust them here alas for the great multitude of the chil nave you unconquerable loeici Let it ireaettse abandoned and the lost A grapple with Pauls Episile to tho Ro- Â¬ few el them are gathered into our mans Have you strong imagination Let bat what about the seventy it discourse on the Psalms of David or ftaMaMsVfeatitate dhildren of New York Johns ApocalypticVlsion Have you great score tad the of thousands powers of pathos Exhaust it in telling tm destitute children of Brooklyn the story of a Saviours love Have you a inroad whom are thrown no benign bold style of thinkiag Then follow Eze keavenly iBd and Christian in kiels wheel t all of eyes and hear through Sseacea It is tremendous ques his chapters the rush 0f the wings of tho ft aeaWhat is to become of the destitute Seraphim All ye who want a grand Held 4 aUatrWW Umm cities I We must either in which towerk ferniJeoine into the the or they will act en us We j Gospel ministry At any rate come into et i -all setter Cariitlaaiie tkess or they will Christian circles and aBd si u u a tUMttea art seBMRO- aedara tie frgM ef Ocdj Par 1 IrV ol UM CHUECH Bt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sabbath- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ui Sabbath- 1 un aewnre Comfort for all trouble METROPOLITAN FASHIONS Eternal life for all the dead O my soul preach it forever It has been my ambi Charming Novelties In New French Tailor uaraiij Cleveland Jacket tion and I believe it has been yours talking- rroraenade and VUltlnf Coi my dear people in theso years of my min tumes Millinery Notesistry to havo this soul saving church and Special New York Correspondence tho Gospel net we never rot threw out Spring is upon us and Easter novelties but we drew in a great multitude Thy have come a hundred at a time and already fill the shop windows There ap- Â¬ three hundred and fifty at a time and 1 ex- pears to be no limit to tho immense vapect the day will appear when in somo riety of washing materials Tho beautiful service there will be three thousand souls designs and artistic flntshof some of the accepting tho offers of eternal life I wish new French sateons with their lustrous adapt themselves to replaca T could tell you some circumstances that surface quite on many satin foulard have come under my observation proving indcod often used in occasions they are combination with the fact that God has blessed the prayers surrah taffetas and othor softly draping of theso people in behalf of souls immortal silks Over lace skirts mounted on I could tell you of one night when I stood plain sateen and used as polonaises silk or with at the end of the platform and a gentle graceful additions of lace and ribbons man passed me his cheek bronzed with they will rank among tho smartest deml the sea and us he went into the inquiry toilets of tho coming season room he said to me lam an English- Â¬ In new French tailor suits tho waistcoats man I said I am e5y glad to see are consider ably you walk in That night he gave his longer than thoso heart to the Lord It was a clear case of worn for two sea-Â¬ quick but thorough conversion Passing sons past and are out at the close of tho inquiry meeting 1 mado in French said How long havo you been m this Guarde style with v fancy pockot Haps 1 arrived by steamer country Hosaid iCt5KT5dvB this morning at eleven oclock I said placed soveral inch How Ion- will you be in the city He es below tho waist said I leave to morrow for Canada and on either side these then I go to Halifax and thence toEu rope richly decorated and Ill never bo here again I said I with embroidery passementerie or think you must have como to this country appliques in silk to have your soul saved He said That guimp Tho jaunty certainly was tho reason Iu that othor Cloveland jacket room ono night at the close of will bo very popular tho service there sat among other this season this cut persons three persons lookthg so chcrful with an open front ThcjscP arc oiiot pointed vest close- Â¬ that I said to myself anxious inquirers I said to the muli ly buttoned to tho Are you a Christian throat aud a very He said M am 1 said when did you become a short postillion Ue said Christian To mght Ills wifo back This coat is sat next to him I said to her Are very ch c mado of ecru pilot cloth you a Christian She said I am I said you bocomc a Christian When did She trimmed with hand- Â¬ some bronze but said To uiglit I remarked Is this young tons taiuik costume At tho back lady your daughter They said Yes I is a monks hood lined with golden brown Sho satin or striped satin in two contrasting said to heri Are you a Christian I said Yes said When did you colors Tobecome a Christian She said The blouse vests and mollero waistcoats night From whenxo have narrow picot ribbon or that in velvet Isaid to them came you They said Wi are from tied across the full draping at tho waistCharleston South Carolina I said line ending in mny loops and ends which They said Wo fall over the tunic in front When did you come Tho plaited came yesterday How long arc you go Russian vests for young ladies wear are We go to morrow Wo again strapped across tho frontall tho way ing to remain have never been here before and shall down usually with velvet ribbon run Many of never bo here again I have heard from through gilt or silver buckles them since They are members of the the newly imported polonaises are cut church of Jesus Christ in good and regu- with heart shApo or casement bodice or tho longest lar standing eminent for consistency and in Vandykes tho belt front reaching from Underneath tho throat to piety this opening is sot an embroidered plasAnd so God has made it a soul savin tron of satin or velvet and sometimes It is church But I could tell you of a tragic covered with special designs in silk guimp scene wheu once at the closo of tln or beading service I found a man in ono of theso The hi rh corsages for lull dress toilets front seats wrought upon most migatlv havo a modestly cut point front and back I said to him He with soft becoming tulle or crfj t line dra What is tho matter replied l am a captive of strong drink pery vailing the eJges Trains match tho I thought perhaps corsage in fabric and are of moderate Li came from the West length civet bod you could1 do uie tome good 1 find you ices in iorsey stylo cant do me any good --I find there is no have fancy vests inI said hope for me Como into this serted and are side room and we will talk together trimmed with cm Oh no ho said thoreS no need of my broidercd velvet going in Im a lost man 1 have turned back in wide 1 a have foir beautiful wife rntr Ancxtr me I had a fine profession children ly chic round waist I have had a thorough education I had Is cut like a Spen I every opportunity a man ever had but cer in front with am a captive of strong drink God only bolt and bucklo as I said Boon knows what I suffer a finish It Is cut couraged come 111 here and well talk to in a narrow V front No he said 1 caift gether about it and back and Is ifTf kl come you cant do me any good 1 was on sleovcloss iuffiSf basquos of Habit thudludson River railroad yesterday and velvet coming down 1 resolved never again tc are worn with full skirts much gored touch a drop of strong drink While I sat in front full at tho there n man came in a low creature and back and mado ot sat by me He had n whisky flask and he Will you take a drink said to me 4 V rich striped fabrics in silk and velvet I said no but oh how I wanted Antique ana histor And as I said no it seemed it ical effects are still that tho liquor curled up arouud the sought in bodices of Take flask and begged mouth of tho artistic toilets and 1 felt I couldnt me take me take me walking cOsTtME many costly evening it and yet I wa determined not tc resist and dinner gowns sent over from drink andl rushed out on the platform oi toilets for succiil wear arc veriiaoie up- lnris the car and I thought I would jump on les ot old paintinRs now hanging ift tho wo were going at the rate of fortv mi e Louvre an hour and I didnt dare to jump the There Is a positive rage for tho graceparoxysm of thirst wentoff nnd I am here ful tea gown and they are now carried to to night Isaid Come in 111 pray for such a degree ot elegance nnd elaboration Ho came that they are mado to take the placo of tho you and commend you to God Some of you remember in trembling most expensive reception gown satin After tho service we walked out and up volvct Lyons brocade and all the exquisito You have an awful summer textiles enter into their construc-Â¬ the street Isaid struggle Ill take you into a drug store tion Tho pnncesso form with fronts open perhaps thodoctorcan give yousomc med- ing over a blouse and petticoat Is still tho icine that will help you in your struggle leading moiel in theso gowns although though after all you will have to many women of slender build elect for tho I said to shepherdess style with full but narrow depend upon tho grace of God the doctor Can you give this man some Watteau plait down tho back and forming There thing to help him in his battlo against a portion of tho traindecline In is not the the popu least symptom of a strong drink lean replied the doc ularity of lace tor and he prepared a bottle of medicine gowns for dressy I said There is no alcohol in this no wear the coming None at all said the season strong drink Exquisite- Â¬ How long will this last I in- ly lovely patterns doctor O quired It will last him a week in laces both black give us another bottle said wblto and tinted We passed out into tho street and are imported and stood under tho gas light It was get theso textiles aro ting late and I said to the man far too beautiful to I must part with you Put your trust bo relinquished In Â¬ in the Lord and He will sec you through deed there is no maYou will make use of this medicine when terial on exhibition A few in the entire cate- Â¬ the paroxysm of thirstcomes on wcckspassedawayandl got a letter from gory of dress mate- Â¬ Dear friend I enclose tho rials that can comBoston saying pare In beauty and money that you paid for that medicine 1 Lecomingness never used any of it The thirst for tho new real with have and strong drink has entirely gone away from fancy nets and laces me I send you two or three newspapers for rare and attracti- Â¬ to show you what I have been doing sinco ve gowns Amber I came to Boston daffodil corn yel1 opened the newspapers and saw aclow helIotroe Ro counts of meetings of two or three thou- man red silver sand people to whom this man had been gray roso pink preaching righteousness temperance and ivory and cream judgment to come I have heard from will all bo used for itomknade or visit ixg coSTUMK him again nnd again since He is faithful undcralips to black now nnd will be I know faithful to the and white lace dresses In black lace first last O this work of soul saving Would choice however Is given by many women to God that out of this audience to day five of best taste in dress to slips of black sathundred men might hear the voice of the in different colored ribbon and flowers quicklj Son of God bidding them to come to a glo- Â¬ tlrely transform it and a lace dressccn Â¬ in black can be worn upon more ocrious resurrection casions than the gown which has a vivid All the oScrs of the gospel arc extended color beneath its airy draplngs to you without money and without Lace la mode price and you are conscious of the fact Nearly bonnets will be very much still ar- Â¬ trimmings that these opportunities will soon be gone ranged all bonnet in front andare shapes very high tho forever Tho conductor of a rail train remain closs at tho sides These toworing was telling me oj tho fact that he was one bonnets do not suit long slender faces night standing by hs train on a sict track still they aro the fashion and avo all know his train having been switched off so that what serious objections aro overruled by tho express train might dart past unhin- Â¬ that magic assurance Tho less exaggerated styles arc very charming in their dered Ho said while he stood there in the dark fresh spring dress and pretty gypsy and ness beside his train on the side track hel toque shapes and also somo of tho other hcaril the thunder or the express in the simple models half bonnet half hat aro distance Then ho saw tho flash of the just tho thing for girls They are of fancy headlight The train came with fearful straws and tho picturesque brim enriched puffing ofdark velvet rests on tho velocity nearer and nearer until after with a This is one side of awhile when it came very near by the hair On the other there tho bonnet question is not a single flash or the headlight he saw that the head dress of antiquitv as seen In the his- Â¬ switchman had not attended to his duty torical picturesfrom the dress either through intoxication or indifference of the past of any nation more department ugly or ab to his duty and that train surd than a portion of the rampant towerhad not attended unless something were done imlncdatcly ing varieties of to day o d p m would rush on the side track and dsfsh the The Kuno Itlooincd Again He shouted to other train to atoms Sars Set up that switch and phia tho Chatterbox or the Philadel Â¬ the switchman Xemi 0 The only witlyme stroke the switch went back and icer in the United States daughter of an offthe express thundered on o0 men and exalted that to mention Navy of rank so it would bo equivwomen going on toward the eternal world alent to calling him by name is celebrated swiftas the years swift as the months in tho social world tor the easy indifferswift as the days swift at the hours swift ence she displays to covert criticisms upon as the minutes swift as the seconds on the character of the roses that bloom in One afternoon lately her Toward her cheeks what track are you running light orglarkncss Toward victory or de Â¬ father who as a seafaring man is privil language said feat Toward Heaven or hell Setup edged to use strong several youncr to her In the presence of nennler Now is GoodOod girl Go back to that switch Cry aloud to God tho day of salvation and wash your face Tho dutiful daueh ter tripped away When she soon returned with pallid checks the stern old hero cried Tnfe man with friendswho give him gooo out Go back go back and put on advice is blest beyond his best estimates again You look worse than ever it Even if bs be not able to act up to their Simple Core for iuiake isitet counsel t he fact that he has them and that The other day a horso in Irwin County sometimes he can do this is something for United Ga was bitten on the noso by a rattle- Â¬ wjiich he can not be too thankfu snake Ho was at once dosed with sweet Prabylertan 0 milk and alum and then threo bottles of turpentine were heated and tho mouths of Emotion whether of ridicule angeror the bottles were placed in succession over sorrow whether raised at a puppet show the part bitten It is said that the green a funeral or a battle is yourcgrandest oof poison could be plainly seon as levellers Tho man who would bo always drawn into the bottles Tho horso It was recov- Â¬ superior should be always apathetic ered Bulirtr Lylton girl strayed from A little O her home near San Augelo Cal and was This is the highest miracle of genius found five miles away after being out four that things which are not should be as days and three nights Sho was very though they were that the imaginations weak with hunger but scon recovered of one mind should bcuonia tho pergonal and is now apparently nous the worse fox Yen ny recollection of another bcr adventurti don for all sin Â¬ m-inc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- LIFE IN BOGOTA The Brilliant Llvlnj Jewell Worn mr South American Ladles All the old families have more or less servants their former slaves or their descendant to whom no wages are paid and who live in the lowesfstory oi the house and provide for themselves in some mysterioits way The young ladles makeup dulces0 or sweetmeats which are taken out on trays by the servants and sold The money obtained in this way is faithfully handed to the scnorita of the house who purchases the delicate fabric and pretty ribbons for the new dress as she dare not make her appearance in the one previ- Â¬ ously worn How lovely these dresses arc ornamented at night with the cacul los the large and bril Â¬ liant fire fly of thp jungles of the inte- Â¬ rior When the cacullo is lively it is the most beautiful of jewels in effect These fire - beetles are about the Goldsmith size of the large beetle of the Eastern Slates but should not koo-koo-y- os Mas D H Wadb Scranton Pa writes Had a lamo back for 15 years and St Jacobs Oil completely cured me Price fifty cents Rev J as Powell D D Sec Amer Missionary Association 56 Read Street N Y regards Red Star Cough Cure as the best of remedies and recommends II Price 25 cents How to keep the boys at homo Induce soma of tho neighbors girls to run in Â¬ often Ti SifrtHgt The I adle Favorlte Tho newest fashion In ladies hats will doubtless cause a flutter of pleasurablo ex Â¬ Â¬ citement among the fair sex Ladies aro always susceptible to tho changes of a fashion plate and tho more stnrtling tho departure tho moro earnest tho gossip over the new mode Dr Pierces Favorite Pre- Â¬ scription is a posli ive cure for the ills which afflict females and mako their lives miser able This sovereign panacea can be relied on in cases ot displaceraf nts- aid all func- Â¬ tional derangements It builds up the poor haggard and dragged out victim and give her renewed hope and a fresh lease of life It Is tho only medicine for womans peculiar weaknesses and ailments sold by druggists under a positive guarantco from the manufacturers that it will give satis- Â¬ faction In every case or money refunded Read printed guarantco on bottle wrapper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - JmRI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wi be confounded with the Brazilian bee- Â¬ tle that is frequently seen encased in gold In thi evening just before dark there is a very short twilight in the tropics A coal of fire is waved at the edge of the jungle where the cacullo lives The beetles flock to the light and arc easily knocked down into the grass from whence the are picked up and put into a joint of sugar cane where they get fat and lively and arc ready for use when wanted The ef- Â¬ fect produced by trimming a mull dress with cacull6s v hich emit a strong and uniform light of an iridescent greenish character is very striking Young ladies also attach two or indie cacullos to the knot of hair at the back of the head After tho ball these jewels aro carefully reimprisoned in the sugar Â¬ cane until wanted again At the commencement of tho dessert the ladies rise and retire but just be- Â¬ fore doing so a coal of fire is placed on the table and the young lady opposite the male guest deftly rolls up a cigar- Â¬ ette and lights it gives two or three whiffs and then with grace removes it from her lips to those of her male visa-1 attended many balls w ithout introduction and approached any lady who struck my fancy and solicited her hand for a waltz They seem Â¬ ed to think it all right It ics them an opportunity to flirt One can say a great many flattering things without offending Warmth of expression is looked upon as a compliment to the beauty of your partner who is never displeased at least she never shows it Singular to say the same young lady may be met ball after ball and receive j our ad- Â¬ vances with approv but she will not recognize 3011 on tho street I never could induce any one of the ladies of the houic where I lodged to walk out on the walls the promenade I was told that it was contrary to the custom of tho country and would compromise the lady and 3et I felt sure the girl would have given the world to marry Cor an American San Francisco vis 1 Is cutting up an old coWi a butcher al- Â¬ ways ha a hard Umo trying to make both ends meat Tho Cutest Utile Thlnjr Cuto he echoed Well I dont know as tho adjective would have occurred tome in just that connection But if vou mean that they do their work thoroughly yet make no fuss about it cause no pain or weakness nnd in short are everything that a pll ought to be and nothing that it ought not then I agree that Piorces Pleas- Â¬ ant Purgative Pellets are about the cutest little things going Makutino by proxy is what may be considered a proxy mito blUs iJo oi Traii-Â¬ icriA many Instances aro known where it has been acquired bv the persistent and judi- Â¬ cious use of Dr Hurlers Ircn Tonic though it dc pends somethingon vrhatyou write Texat Hiting Vitality or Great Men is not always inuate or born with themtbut The Oft Told Story l ara elad mj child says the mother to her eld Â¬ est daughter to sco you Improving in health so rapidly IJood Sarsapartllals dnlnic wonders for joo after your lunt ami severe illness You look better erery day o much stronger too I feel Tes rnotlKT Vhy I can play all tho afternoon end nut feel tired And tho nulcine is so pleaant to tate Sister always wants a tjsto nlicn I am tnklnjrlt Weil it Is really a peouliur ona a remarkable I have been readmit Its Phenomenal naeilclne Kccord Krery statement 1 so fair that It carries omTtcuoa In fact Of the pecalitr medicinal merits of Hoods Sars parilta is fully confirmed by the voluntary test m ny of thousands who have tr ed IU Peculiar In the combination proportion and preparation of Us ingredient peculiar In the extreme care with which It Is put up Hoods Sarsaparilia accom Â¬ plishes cures whero other preparations entirely fall Peculiar In tho unequalled good came it has made at hme which Is a tower of strensth abroad peculiar In tho phenomenal sales it has at- Â¬ tained thi most popular and successt I spring medicine and blood purifier before the public tcnlay la Hoods Sarsaparilia Rionr wrongs no man Couous and Colds Thoso who aro suf Â¬ fering from Coughs Colds S010 Throat eta should try Uitowss ISr oyciiltx Thoches Hold only in lozes Price 25 cts Complimcxts to tailors ought as a rale to come under tho head of fitting tributes JJercfiant Trailer Hoods Sarsaparilia seems Purifies the Blood daughter II years old had her blood poiÂ¬ soned by wearni colored hose and trouble mine vjres broke out on her feet and hands Nothing seemed to do her any Rood tVa finally decided to t ry U xjds Sara parllla and after talinc two bottles aho was entirely cured as wo havo seen no Indi- Â¬ cations of impure blood lnce Mas ItoDEur Backinstoe Circleville Ohio Sly Hales Honey of Horchound and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Hilkncr is golden TrKi n an Obstinate Cough or Cold iih but a woman is perfectly willing to take somobodv elses word for it Dansrille Brteze Â¬ to be thoroughly honest and reliable My daughter had been Hllnz some time with Keners debility and Hoods Sarsaparilia was rec omruended to us After she had taken three- - bottles shewascoapletely cured and baiitup It is with pleasure that I recommend Hoods arapa rilla uex St MinuiELEES fcupt Cincinnati A Louisville Slail Lice Co Cincinnati ret -- It afllicted with Soro Eyes nso Dr Isaac Thompsons EyeUaterDruggists sell itliOa Tnc man who wears tight bootn never tremble in his shoes Bttton Trtiitriyt The best cough medicino is Pisos Cnro for Consumption Sold evory where 25c Sivon an old joke is called a chestnut why shouldnt an old jan bo called a wallnut Xoe Jfiuei Vex C Hoods Sarsaparilia Soldby all drncmsts I HOOD 4 CO Apothecaries tl sir for 5 Prepared by Lowell Jlass Sold by all drucsists II six for to Prepared by C I HOOD A CO Apothecaries Lowell Mass IOO fsO Dosos One Dollar IOO Doses One Dollar NOTHING rATAnaU WHLRE ALL ELSE Oxtoen CntE Throat lung ncrvousdls cases Uookfrce DrGeipertCineinnati0 PiriN o times in schaums made yearly J GOOD roR Lotion OW niter CHILDREN suiTEUDfO FAILS rnoii Best Cough Syrup Tastes good TJte in umo Bom dt arnggisu Chronicle Catirrh Remedy 3IILD poothintf and healing is Dr Sages COLD in HEAL H-y-- o M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The devil hawk of Arizona is a rare bird and an interesting one Ho is described as having remarkably handsome plumage but a very ugly head His talons arc long and strong and his beak is almost as sharp as a needle and verj powerful This bird but for his head wheu on the wing would pass for a pigeon When seek Â¬ ing his pre- - he pli3s pigeon and Hies in among them unnoticed on account of his similarity and easily captures what lie wants He is the picture of graqo and beauty and speed It is estfmatcd that there arc not more than a dozen of them in tho Txrritoi The Mexicans arc superstitious about hint and regard his appearance as an evil iV 1 Sun omen Innocent looking crraturos but their limguage Is low Th Great Nursery of Cattle are demure SNUFFLES OK T USA1 Haisesville N October 15 E T 1SSG J f CATAR R H Circulars free KLY A nrffol t tnnSMl Intnah njrfl JI Price Meenti at Iirurtrijts bv mail reentered Wets HAY FEVER Owego Uazeltixe Warren Pa PERCHERON HORSES -- lJK08Drur1t JiY 4PR9tS flCEfe 200 Imported Brood Mares Of Choicest Families 1 rtriVttttfr V LARGE M TIBERS All Arcs both bexe IN STOCK PINKHAMS VEGETABLE mmsm lJt cnt - COMPOUND IsaTojitiveCare l jXJF r ALL cf these Palrful Delicate CotnpU nts trd Ccrrplicated teuble and Weaknesses 60 eenvnen imorc cur Vives Motreis and Daughters Â¬ Â¬ mm Â¬ WWml Sirs Fishwhacker went to the 300 to 400 ITIPOIXTED ANNUALLY allrrcorded lthntndlrdle Tslnth orchid show at the Eden Musee She rroniFrtnctStuil Book Tho Icrcheron i the only drrt rerchrron rtud took bttnl ot Kran pwstewlnj of th lYrnch that hi th was heard to sa to one of the wax rupport and rndorsrrarnt OoTrmmrnt hy Koa fc nd for ISO pass CaUlCKiit lllutratlon figures I dont see whvthev call this Uua Kur MWDUNHAM orchid show when theres not even an Wayne DuPogo Co Illinois a plum tree let alone apples and pears in the building Perhaps those people with crowns on their heads fenced oil over there think two or three palm trees PCI1 make an orchid but Id jes like to I have them sec m gran fathers Rhode Island Greenin and Balding trees Why jou couldnt get a side hill row in HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS this whole building ccllarn all IX AMEUICA JJVI EUROPE With that she flouted out of the JIusee Tb natet nnlckct afrt and met powerful rem Y Independent edy KnownforlUieumatim riaurlsj Neuralg ia Lum X A Chicago druggist has had chil- Â¬ dren sent on errands sa3 to him Mamma wants 10 cents worth of bottle of cod pneumonia ammonia 20 cents wortii of fish liver oil Pa wants beeswax borax please a horse poms plaster for a pain in his itla wants an ounce of your back best go long gc lang Ylang Ylang perfume Boston Globe Have you put the important question to old Moneybags daughter Jack Jack Isorc I hear there is a Gus ilB fimlf jRCTipKjVvr i Fa It f mcm a mr- - - lvlion f TmPmftX 3VCV tlon iT Kjf --s mil cure enWrefy cllavnrian orraginAl troubtt IkI mma ffna Ulctra I was taken ivith a very severe cold last Spring and tried every cure we had in tho store and could get no help I had our viUago doctor prescribe for me but kept getting worse I saw an- Â¬ other physician from Port Jervis N Y and he told me he used Pisos Curo in his for Consumption practice I bought a bottle and beforo I had taken all of it there was n cbango for tho better Then I got my employer to order a quan- Â¬ tity of tho medicine and keep it in stock I took one moro bottle and my Cough was cured llespcctfuUv Fkank McKelvt Dear Sir Faillna ana S7I sr j Zr eorttqarat spinal ITircsnest nnd it rUSTSTSS AJTD TlnWomang Sura Friend ciM0 je 0lrisAKJssifOTOovrnwoiitrwotr- - Itresovo n ATTLElCT ALL C3AVISO TOR mirlM WIAIXISS OF TI1S STOXACH MLSl LA fTS CUEES LSC Ej wres where ail else f ls Tastes rood Mt Best Conih Syrup by druggists In time Bold Ka TJee JET ccrxrMt MTctCAtrrKiorisfrtrff rgrolJbylro glst lrlcc 5luerlntlr THE paw El El CHEAPEST AND BEST MEDICINE TOR FAXILTTJSZ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tafro Backache WVaknes cold in the chel and all aches and pal i Endorsed by 4 COIhyilrlan and Pros repute Henoas ilaatero prompt TisU of tho high ly relieve and cure where other plaiter i and greasy Ire liniments and lotions are absolutely umW Jewate of Imitation under Imllar toendin name uch as XaplcuraV Canada are utterly worthies and intended to deceit e Ailcroa so oTitm All droffdts UsssoHs jii SKABUKY Jt JOILSSON ITopnetor New York Â¬ IN THE WORLD CURES ALL PAINS Internal op External SOLD BV DIILOGISTS THE OKLT TR0B tke COCKLES For IJvtr nUe Indlftlon etc Free from Mercury contain only Pure Vegetable Invdlonu agent C1LIB Jf CKITTESTOX NEW YOKE 50c a Bottle DR RADWAYS PILLS ciudjuiubii Â¬ THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PILLS rllEn Forthe cnro ofall dlorder of the Stomach Liver BoweKKidneys Blalder Nervous Dieae IiOss of Appetite Headache Cotivcnes Indigestion Biliousness Fever Inflammation of the Bowels Piles and all derancements of the internal viscera lnrely veceiable containing no mercury minerals ordelewrtous drufts cents per dox IRON TONIC the LIVE cui ifr the BLOOD regnlats and KIDNEYSaaJ Knrroitr the HEALTH ana vn OB or 1UU1H DTpetlartani ADoetfa IndlEeatioaXack ol dont owns ons xou pnor attachment mere Jack Yes the shcrifl sa sq has attached every thing the old man X Y Sun Messrs Fish ami Pike are mem bcrs of the California Fish Commisr sion 30000 IPilos CARPENTERS1 Farmer- - Butchers and nthersCiyf CII CRC MAKE of tsn nnr tofllo Hand Ittp Butcher Buck Imnlnc and at kinds of Saw so they cut better than ever Two Filers free lor S3 Illustrated circulars FllEE- - AdÂ¬ dress K HOTH A BllO Nbtv OJioitu Iena I4TE DR IHIWAYS PILLS 5 fSSfeSiS it to pe store strength to the stomach and enable Dyspepsia form Its functions-- The symptoms of them the liability of the system disappear and with to contract diseases DYSPEPSIA lricei I A f I BC of Btrengin and Tired reeling so- soluteir cured Vones m om enta ana nerves receive new force Enlivens uetnina miml Drain Power 9t3mM Mtmnllf peruunr to their eeTwiJLfit ei FeraMly fop Catatrh is the to Use and Cheapest h 1 aa-- iMSUPMUlUMI RESOLVENT TONIC a safe and apeody cure- OlvesaelearbeaJ thy co nplexioa Frequent attempts at eouBterfelt ingonlg add to the popnlaritf ot the ori tinal O not experiment get the Duals LVIXD Birr Cure ConsUpatlon JLiver Complaint and Mel Headache Sample Dose and Dream Bookf mall4 on receipt of twocenUtB postage THE DRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St Lou is Ma - f Â¬ THE MARKETS - Sold bvdrnsxints or Rent by malL 50c E T Haseltine Warren ra AprUC 75 4275 ft 4 4 eo St 5 00 S CI 5 65 u ft 4 75 40 ft 3 u S3 TC M Â¬ LIVE STOCK Cattlc CoimnonJl 3 unoice ijuicners 4 HOGS Common 5 Goodi Packers choice- 4 SHEEP Cool to 3 FLOUK Kamily GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Xo lrcd Corn No 8 mixed Oats No S mixetL HAY Timothy No I TOllACCO Medium Leaf Good Leaf PROVISIONS- - Pork Mess SO G Cincinnati IOO FARMS forSale SWInd nealtb City Connty hootnini Bullemarkets and tin for stamp ALiX LKSI1K Washington Ind society Â¬ A positive curt for Scrofula and all Blood and Skin o Diseases KABWAY 4s CO X T for soldiers and widows of the PENSIONS Mexican VTar and Rebellion All klnri nf divpmment fTalmrcl lecteo Mrculsror laws sent free kitzgeiiald Powill US Claim Collectors Indianapolis Ind The pnbUshers of W L Ladies Hand Â¬ 394a 8 a St 40 Â¬ 30 CS 50 4110 73 tO rnrr 1 r percciniongTtssxnuon rj saXaVAM MMt 11 Shoe CotUfrS anv - or world llest material stj llsh SHOE aaaafB sal 3 beat S3 Shoe in the OnMBammmfij0 The tsV OOUCLAS hif Â¬ 2 Lard Prime Steam BUTTER Choice durv Choice to Fancy Creamery 16ft S Til ft I1C Si Satchel a 25 7 30 32 25 rnLL I Â¬ Â¬ POTATOES Per bushel NEW YQRK FLOUR State and Western GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago No S red Corn No a mixed Oats mixed PORK Mess LAIU Western Steam CHICAGO iirin- nor l C THm Tutr SjmI - a ft 3 50 50 M aflFdyeatafleaaBaBnnBMBBaBaBeKX a rt5P0 a 02x H BliFt 01 35 15 03 Gel 4S4 40i 42 MB aDsfleivjiHi WKg--rtirtaMMMM- jMWSBwHmnl 755 WOT annnnmaBmmralBaBaBaB9a9aeMBnnnnnnnel - yourm FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No 2 red CornNo Oats No PORK Mess LARD oicam fo S Chicago ca400 at - a sosa 23 i 24 20 50 SVSI HALTIMORI FLOUR Family GRAIN Wheat No2 am 45V 3 65 41 cft PORK Mcs rvf HOGS Corn Torn Mixed tK Home leguuiu which l nroof of It nine tn thne who know the paper It b the mot practical farm paper published and U s good for the West as the Hast being jcatioxal in caABtcrn o4 circulation its family features an CHAMPION MY MESSES umw ts cent unsurpassed and will nlease ant nroflt anv woman In laiSend on yonr So cents in atchel as descritf or otherwise Tearand a nice Hand -tidrrcene Farm and Heme fore Belli tew a4 Belt rwtnjel fee Orraljr above a a present Von will get many timet th value of Ihe five Satchels ami Ave copies of Farm A4rw FAWHt aA5CTACtTMWfaue CT UUHa mentioning this paper one year Si Form a club and get yours free and Home book on Deaf a very latereetlnr --- VMSBHHB WfcatI0 UiUUUsnd Iftn W 0a2iicultnnuimfanuly in MnnKtted Mut n inAkeUjelouoNrtiutuiipn-cedentt-tlulIirlorJer to Introduce taVen where ars snijrnlier ou will notItdIs not now it I hoknowing tliai alme aulocnpticr ence n j Home aloneuhout cent a year 1ml en Is CO price of Farna sum receipt ol this amount in ruiups or money xi e will senj Fam twice amomh jorouejearanil In addition twl and 11 rto every snbscruVr a LAUIKN SlAJill li laeremth SATCHEa illustration otuhH an indispensable Im Michel or lUnd oag will be lotiml article bj every lady who has the good loitune lo receive It It will cobm handy evetrujiy In the year The satrael we offer is made in ejact Imitation of tlie porn tap- - whwh luive been wllnie lor JJ1 and Lir altieatof each and neither look better nor wear teller tlu Slfiwhich eoata you aiotfclna beuur sent cs a pituLin reu ne to unb crloers a JH inducement to try Farm and Home Thee baere very strongly made and will last Ior year They have steel frames heavily nickel pUieU and clce suit patent are suild leather ami Ttrar- J handles HcraH j mail raAim m rnstayo s fiiornue Uliuui ot every uag is Irani Willi solid In lie engraving jhis even when filled will keep JLVa ana ou t iw ouiMue is a pocket which will tie lornt Is cloth bne Trrryconvraieatjor ihe lanokerrhief glove rtc lie hnc are six InggLrJns not Including the hardlelue slie usual e Perfect satlsfactior to every Wi c92not f these Ugs ot a who was order to h saennre lleni inmagnificent obtain read money wb enables us to male itis offer Anv Peran rtroeiyln r one cf these Satchel and not Farm sum none a jounul pniitnl seniHtnonthly iiiion nothlngtoexamiDethetn V ssw aww -BBa at your oeaiers i enu t SJL Information free -now to oDtain inese sTi V aaPS3 jeaai a celebrated S3 blioes If yonr dealer docjAT NVJMi f not keep them JJzmr aav SaKSBBW StTfEJJ IV I w hho WiM ltoyt allennals WLsnocs aavenucu J ul Je Douglas S3 Shoe wear firms irare ofnan- - am Vene genuine unlets name nd frit fraud hnftnm nf mrK SA0- arA I DOUGLAS Brockton Ma wj a Wx2m axmsm --rti-p- fcJfiesT iWJtiESmtfKm Baaav nntiTAfr One Agent Xrrchant only wanted In every town foe tJJ Ile-ln-- twa 5Te money can bat peiJLSIIlM the publisherthethis wper refundedr one ol ihe of eja slrwanleu not to bag with Insert thl advert UementU It does not rcaU exactly as advertised families now tead Farn AUBB ffaftfl Tanillls rnnch S cent cigar t be the bcjl In America for the moncv W D fcruTLL Coinniata Neb Tan iUTs rnnch is the best 6c cigar in taa maxket C M Totxexi TTalllngfonl Vermont Address JC W TAA8IIL A CO Chleag TUira v ir too wmat tw yoof and cukb home send for DR J A 8UEBMAN 8 circular of Instructions ZH B roadway aew torg TTe believo your 25m2JJ3 f RUPTURE JTt ii 35 17 75 4 87tf THE PHEIPSPO BUSHING GO 27 WortMHtM St SPRIHQFIFLO MISS DEAT Noises la the Head CATTLE First quality INDHNAPOLIS c GRAIN Wheat No2 red Oats Mixed Mixed 15 50 4 75 TOO 900 7Si 2SJA 5i LOUISVILLE 1 Why did the Women of this country use over thirlini million cakes of Procter Gambles Lenox SoajgJn i836 Buy a cake of Lenox and you wilUoon understand why -- c How relieved Sent free adareasSiqiotSOinMcBDqcalJStvewTortt B retTim nail FaH Madwa New Tailor System oflDreaj I llaWlBl Cutting MCODTCaaaeisaaUa PBtr pKMi jeecrtlra pniTa KFP I a treatment fanitlr remedyAddreasBBelleaeyStIIT llllMsi Give BELLB Oaiaa ta gmiftky allroeirta aa4 three-year-ol- d -- GRAIN Wheat Corn Mixed Mixed K Oats Mess jpORK rjvRD Steam Common TOBACCO Medium Leaf Gcod FLOURA No No 2 red- - U CO 4 fh 8 35 1 W Lefjniiumi Lus ftSM 82 4 80 15 00 3 ytf OExTikyou W tl SatsalM went tjlf TB Lines not uaambe horses feet Wrlw FItEK H BaaTtSTaJtA MT CtaaMlya UfaTT Caayffc A dreVlniTntalsast PlerBaWtfcJOT will IM ndJnrtwtat o 23 W i t2 0J 4S3 900 o state laat lWHITt ItVliiiflrkTBrtaWrS am M aUlattfclMa H O a I L - -- fli ijr - v- - i Sai sSLrti s J s - K3 MMPBH1 KH -- 5 Ti r 5r e ri i HMiy as ii We again call your attention to our large ami elegantly assorted line of S PRINGr GOODS in which we can please everyone Our handsome DRESS GOODF with ve ifeimat our task m selecting and rimmings iu suit evurj siiuuu are oi me very liiiebL mjics ana cannot oe equated ior ueuuv oi designs and correct shades m tiie city pladiiig on our counters tliis beautiful line of Goods has been appreciated in that our house has been so well patronized since our Spring Opening We call your special at- Â¬ tention to our line of White Goods in which we have excelled all former purchases The exquisite patterns shown in Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery Oriental Laces e well sustain our reputation for being headquarters for such Goods Ladies examine the Padan Bros perfect fitting Shoes before purchasing elsewhere The style and quality of our Shoes will please the most fastidious Hess Bros 5 James Moans S3 and Hamilton Browns 8250 Shoe cannot be beaten in the world Every flair warranted Younar Men remember that we make of STROUSE BROS FINE CLOTHING a specialtysuperior in style and finish to all when you see it you will admit it Remember we WILL make our prices lower than ever UVtrAJJ NK VS The martins Imve come Let everybody in Hickman attend church next Sunday Mothers come utid see our 1 50 Ghildruus Suits kneo pants The best thivi ever oflVred for tbe price -- f l SMltH ELI1SON SS Coa Fulton is to have a plow fac- Â¬ tory soon Calico handsome styles hest - tUO neai lUCC siIHl I1CCK audit amount quality 5 cents Beautiful Dress total employed of vrajes pd and the wp- believed will die Gus DavidsonIS Gingham 8c Dress Button s 5c itai will apply to employees who hve anotjlor fUeman was slightlv ThM per J Company A terrible and fatal accident Th0 Xatioiiail ha issued the following circuit happened on ihe steamer Charley Bowen No ii just above Hick to their employees at Hickman Mo M itch 25 1867 man Friday morning last the St Louis steam pipe exploding by which Ovr Ertployti at Bickmin Ky To Following the example of te N 0 two men were killed and two on of Kelson Manufacturing Company who the more serlodsly wounded past year paiil 4823 ti their employee whom it is thought will die Mr a dividends on wages we ebail divide ihe jJohuT Sunderland the carpen follows net profit of oar hiislnes a ter was kllled outright II T was vii iim mu iiuun i iji v years OlU aim Jiveu in OI 10UJ5 j chiuerv and plant as dcprednlon Allow 8 per cent as interest on the P j Norman SidebottOIU the 1st CII ital employed gineer lived about one hour after Allow 10 per cent of the net profiU io the ttPement Jim Aniett a Grc- was terribly Scalded about pro rata wrath the remainder Â¬ Â¬ - pl 11 I III W Are low S T Fj f S1 I Vji fr fi A meeting of the Ministers of the Baptint church for West Keu- tuc- iUI iVuneaiee has been in stbion in Hickman Mnee Wedties dS mi dozenat IfciiiiTU Ellison Cos worked a much a six mintDS wumn vear and have not Toluntarily quit has been succpssfnllv tried in their t respondent St Louis factory and proved very ITS DELICACY OF FLAVOR A full line of Sobby Straw satisfactory to employees All And the eflicaey of its action have Hats for Men and Boys in great the hands get the satno weekly rendered the famous liquid fruit Variety at wages that they would any way remedy Syrup of Figs immensely Buchanans aprlj and their pro rata ilivuleuil on ine popular It clenuses and toues Mr Tno Kemp candidate for profits of the years business in up the clogged and feverish sys State Senator is sick at his home addition This is offered to make- tern dispels headache colds andeach hand interested in the ine- lovers cures Habitual Constipain Clinton- - with pneumonia cessful operation of the factory tion Dyspepsia and the many ills Yard wide Browii Domestic to induce good hands to stick to depending on a weak or iuact ivo good quality 5c at their iob and to make each 4er condition of the Kidneys Liver Smith Ellison Cos sonally iuterestedin the Compa and Bowels For sab in 50 cent1 The Methodist Sunday School nys success Out of all therem and 1 bottles by C U Lindrum In Hickman is like the Thensal edies suggested as to conflicts Druggist Clinton street Hickmau onians faith growing exceed between employers ami employees Ivy Manufactured only bv the the plan hero proposed and be California Fis Svrun Co San in gly ing operated seems tho fairest j Francisco Cal See that Suit for men at 300 and most practical Hickman shows a slow but worth double the money steady and regular iucrease in incitement Alexander Maxwell Great excitement ha been caued in the taxable wealth The assessment marlS vicinity of Paris Tex by the remarkable jut completed sllOWOS the total Miss Laura Snow one of recovery of Mr J E Corley who wai o amount of property assessed to beJorrVMj Tipton vi lies most charming voting heir tea ne could nat turn in was djing of -The revenue de- his head everybody said he i lames is usmng menus in tiietbn su ption Atrial bottleoi nrftms3 nu ii uiuuuine usst mhimii in i from ty Finding re i sS ti 104 New Discovery was sent him Of this amount the t ii--Llk- f t t nf u A magnificent line of Cash nei ne oongni a larcePill-oiue auiwA he wnites pay - 16141 atltl tllO COl New Life by the time m w uvr mere in spring shades at 23c Dr Kin s two boes of Pills anditiro bot j riiirl r had taken paiug acd bad are the largest tax payers wll worth iiOe ties of the Discovery he iw well 50800 into the city pamet i fiesh thirty six poundTi Trial annually S3tiTn Ellison Cos Bottles or thia Great Discovery for Con- Â¬ treasury and they are friends to Subject at the MVthodist sumption free at nil Druggists the co lege whilst the smallest f J Â¬ i -- Tlle sidewalks in Hickman need repairing So says a cor- Â¬ VATinvAi vnMP CO rt xuis miuuai cu opvtiio p il Scrake St Louis and was engaged iu towitio- lnrrR - Rlilnl - lt ft Bowen belongs to Lipko w a a V fmnllv Tin To show you the prettiest stock of Goods iu the city OurnNew Spring G oods are all in and pur stock is very full and complete in every department with batyoins hi ercn line It would take all the space in this paper t loll you of all tiie bargains we have but we mention a few which you will find in the local coIunm Head of them and then come and exam ine the Goods and you will quickly be convinced that they are really bar Â¬ gains We have the Goods hought low and we propose to sell them at a Come and see us vert small profit Â¬ Â¬ Holders Hall and Moody of Fttl- ton Fbler Strother of Union City Elder Iumau of Humboldt Klilcr Petitt of Atlington and Filler Fllis of Mnrtiu Tenn anl iutte a umiiber of Isiting lay memliers oOn Tuesday night El Â¬ der Hall delivered a tempeianee lecture which won cneomiums trom all vrbo heard it Wednes day night Elder Iumau delivered unable ermou on the subject of lie sessions oi tnecommunion Ministers Imve been devoted to the discussion of questions of church polity - di Among those attendtngaie Out Lii Ywtf iaial -- In connection with quite a line of New Goods juet received too ai merous to itemize we have placed on our counters many articles far b low their real value These Goods were accounted in our invntbtr this spring at extreme low prices and have been marked down accord- Â¬ e have many articles that the ladies can use and they will tort ingly a ou but a trifle viz Itibbone Laces Braids Fringes Cords tod Ttf cls lable Cloths - ETp TvTkTirn i KM N AlhO sh j I tI n V NHI HS r- A7l Wc will not be undersold Respectfully E I M 1fl irtm i handsome line in new Dress Fabrics Cashmeres Tricots Al Camels Hair Uoucles Cloth and other Woolen Fabrics be Â¬ sides we have quite a line of Satteens Ginghams Pongees WbiU Goods India Linens Pkotkmc Ttsj April 4 12S7 c all at the very lowest prices Handsome Editor Giiiritr Trimmings to match all Goods the cheapest Embroideries and Insert- In tlie trial of Phil Thompson of Ken- Â¬ ings ever shown in this market Mens Suits Shoes and Boots greatly tucky for the killing of Davit w the redueed Hats for 50 Cents worth double the laocey JnbtrcsiW plea of insanity eel up Please answer an elegant line of our X - It was not The plea ANSWEii was justifiable Homicide The un T wiitten law in Kentucky that justifies a huslninil iu the killine of fine Custom made Shoes for Men both in Low and Tligh Cut xxt Mr the deKpoiler of i wifes honor oral styles AVe guarantee every pair of these Shoes Still carrying was the teal sentiment that ac quitted Thompson It was argued the celebrated W L Douglas Si Shoes also the Wm Cosgrove Shot that being suddenly confronted for Ladies and Misses This Shoe has so well and favorably advertised whom he believed to be itself in this community that we deem it unnecessary to speak of its by the desnoiler of his wife that he merits ESTThis advertisement is not only to fill its space in the Cou c rier but we mean exactly what we say and hope to be understood bat could not control his faculties way Come and see us As ever yours A full line of Gents Neck Â¬ wear Gloves and Iloiiery ut Buchanans the best atitl cheap est iu Hickman batros Â¬ Godsa PIito CO Â¬ liif PLAUT BROS Â¬ aprl h-- Hugh M Saunders editor of the liardwell Star publishes a card stating his willingness to serve the people of Carlisle and 15a Hard counties iu the LegislaJc ture provided the Democrats in DEALERS IN convention rrako him the noinb lias a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware nee but that he cannot afford to DRUGS MEDICINES BOOKS 8TATIONEUY and School Buppliti MM C ctmreli next buiulay at il a in - vnn industry lipr lin l 7 p very lowest the market make ihe rae before tho people Jnf nn Resurrection of Christ At It is only by energy Rt voAr which are ottered at 0X1 IllICK and that the Fancy GOODS TOYS aad IdWt and tMUcriruso ai hi uiuiuuiiuio is to be exactly as npicentid in Lots Jhoiee ni ituai uumoer 01r jiiiTiitiu- All goods guaranteed ine SUNDRIES PAINTS OILS WINES and LIQUORS lor Mtdical lit 0j1i ti Turkey Red Table Linen 25c or commiumifs icacu irowiuj nmln it A warehouse belonging to and if citizens oppose and dis itR js 3worth 40c mid vou will nay so aml of tles 213 arc AGENT3POE TH1 Uiauham at Woodland Dais coinge enoris orgdiiizaiiouiw Smith Ellisox Thoi Cos wIlitPSt ald n2 colored Mills was destroyed by fire w nnniilntmn uhj nnntiiw Wednesday morning The houno Mr B H Freeman of Ful mueuii uia inuiUiucuand purpo these characteristics urbs is put down at 1775 2500 and contents wilucd at ton declines the race for Stnte ses of course there is less chance FIELDS McGEflEE At the reVi insurance The new railroad rates under 1300 Senator with thanks lie is one for success The COURIER has I- - PKESCKirTIOafS A McCJehee John SYRUP OF FIGS tje inter State Commerce law denes ofonMrsWetlnesdiyK evening the thi of the rising young men of Wes Â¬ suggested several movements of japrS 1 S37 Cth county only by tern Kentucky Mrs Susin Tyler mother of the kind such as have invariably Manufactured Co San the Califor effects shippers at Ciyce Jordan inst Mr Chap 0 Field 10 Mms Blanche urn Fig Syrup Francisco Moscow and other interior riil Capt Henry A and 11 T Tjler Young man if you want a proven to help on X6 prosperity Cal is Natures Own true Lax- - mad stations very unsatisfactorily McGehee both of this county neat titling durable Shoe go to at other places sud other connniSiii- - ative It is the most easily taken being about oO per cent higher The young btide is one of the died at home iu the suburbs at purest and truest of young ladies Ilickman yesterday afternoon Buchanans and get a pair of the ties The Courier Is too poonn an Ine V IO r I possessed of those excellent traits Suitable obituary notice will ap er rUC8 ua3CP l l King Shoes tho hest and this worlds goods to be suspected 1 Silver iu civaiisc mr a- - cm mis iur iiiu pmat ui at tM 1 of ciarlcter that has over caused pear next week Hurial at ci y of having its own axe to grind iemi kuo cjieapest Shoe in Ilicknun m when bilious or costive to will order nU shipments by the her and independ- and too well-to-dt0 le V0iirnZill as a precious cemetery at 4 oclock this evening -- DEALER IN V aprlj vliPf nf our best tllft pMrtiiuftitiirii theintnrcKtnf i pei ncauacues coins aim 10- -- Mississippi river proviueu me Tho Rev J H Evans the mi it ctmnU vers toiMcure habitual constipa- steamboats dont takei advuntage jut A railroad known as the Lon j - ton a iifi i w n able and popular presiding elder believesii that a colice anuJali ui in iiv im oni m mi mu onuiiwu mw inn - i happy iu disposition person and isville St Louis and Texas K K of this district passed through building association u iniiiqihiii J cenxs nun inu uouies uy kj rates it is nenoveu uowevcr associations may Iile always con- - is now being built lrom Kentuckys druggist Clinton that tho Inter State Commission tinue so to her Hickman this week enroute for the chances of prosperity of the TJ Laiidrum Ihe worthy metropolis to Ilendeisou street Ilickman Ky ers will make a ruling allowing groom is also of one of tho old- Tiptonville to hold Quarterly uholo commnity without the Conference m f tim slightest injury to any and that A drive through Fulton coan i tne uonue cc unio to compete niTcklcnn Arnirn iIt with tho rher rates ty arid will no doubt prove e try The Best Salve in the world for Cutd Dr J W Xaylor honorary the suggestions are practical and ty in any direction proves that graduate of one of the oldest and not visionary and that their prac- the county ii rapidly improving Roys Strouso Hros fine way worthy tne lovaniu and lov BruNes Sores Ulcer Salt Klicuni Fever proven b suc- in population and wealth for go Clothing fit as well as if made to ing young woman who has thus Sores Teltor Chapped Hand Chilblains best medical colleges 1ms after ticability has been Corn and Eruptions and Ca trusted him with her life until tively cures all Skin no pay required poi solicitation of many fiiends loca Â¬ cessful trial iu hundreds of places in any direction you will and order It Piles or death do them part you find new laud being cleared i guarantc ed to ttive perfect satisfaction ted at Cayve to practice his proMaxwell Theres the loe of youth the love of years or money refunded Price 25 cents per hoi Alexander The VTllot Ilimnmnn and new farm houses being erectfession W D Stilt Drugcin Bipptis Inn- - tet apr S And tbe love we lay in the grae For sale by all Drucff ists An I after all herein is the Electric Bitter ed I can Theloe wepre in lunshinc and tears Seersnckers oVper yard and tifies Tprybejt recommendEvery bottle oid true source of a communities prosremedy as the The Mobile and Ohio Uailroad The lore for the braw if the brave A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand C H DOCGMH np Sxith Ellison W B lLUMMKR Cos In some sections the im last week currud an immense But ue love that is iheloteof life has given relief in every case One row perity Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in flock IUita took ix wft cured ot To him who the gunuu run through Mr Pat Cuick tho well inatHin ofbottles andetan ling Abrihwn provements going on in Fulton croud of Northern capitalists and DOUGLAS will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order PLUMMER 10 years county would be published in 1 line of road Tbit brw us e urease jo angui h orstnfn home seekeis merits known tinner lias opened a Job Hare DruggiM Ccllville Ohio afOrru Is the live of the wife that a true kisiici Kentucky Teunessee AKE NOW BEADY KO ALL Shop up stairs over Witlings The bet fellinc medicine I have eter papers as a Doom iiiu ourgo on tiro fact population Why Mississippi and Alabama do handlel in my 20 years experienceia matter of grocery and is prepared to - couiiiut our raiiroau use some Thousands of others nan iij- jcil iiiiiuwviiik Electric Bitter A ladyi wants the Courier to SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS all kinds of repairing roofing have added i r their testimony so that tie to enjoy the founts ot comfort sucii enterprise a some oi ine jl puiilitjU mo names ui ceiinui of Country Produce that may le offered gattering c Give him a call verdict is unanimous that Elecric Bitters able homes but they are building finest agricultural land in the lords of creation who in public for shipment or storage We also make a or leave orders at Witlings ro- - do cure all diseases of the Liver Kidnejs up solid wealth all the same South lie along the ISashville and t view aie noble amiable chiva eery or Blood Only a half dollar a bottle it apparently chiistian all Druggists Our 230 Ladies Kid Button Northwestern road which present roue politewho DEALER Our Own S3 00 Shoe is the m at homo are do specialty Hay Corn Oats ic kpt opportunities for tens of thou gentlemen for Rtyle fit Shoe cant be best mens shoe made for the price Oh constantly for le There are three announced and durability beat and cowards new citizens Our road mestic t rants Every pair war- sands of Bolton Lace and Congress every Democratic candidates to repre Â¬ could thus quicken the movement no madam the fighting editor of pair warranted sent Hickmau and Fulton in the ranted Smith Ellison Co of settlement and of prosperity the CoUltlER would resign his poCo Lower Honse of tho next General Smith Ellison sition at once he is too small a aprl J B LATl US The prettiest lino ofr Laces man to undertake that kind of a aprl Assembly and one unannounced m 3V9 of and Embroideries ever shown in role lies been there himself It takes the closest kind Â¬ Democratic candidate Tho Cour Mr T P Portnne late of information is that tho can- economy to keep an average coun- the city at extremely low prices he lias CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED PRESCRIPTIONS Ilickman and now one of the kiers desire a convention to be try paper alive because the pa- From let per yard up AND didates live enterprising druggists of called to arbitrate between them tronage is uecessarily limited The Smith Ellison Co A citizens meeting is to be WAGON REPAIR SHOP Memphis is visiting Hickman or rather to nominate a Deuib Courier has managed to exist aprlj Memphis is booming and wo are eratic candidate going outside of for 27 years under its present con- Â¬ held at Cajce this county on H BUCHANAN Vt Pretti B 1 ALirAXDM C B T TYLEB Fre Saturday April IU at 2 p in to glad to know that Press ib doing the declared candidates if thoopKt trol and during that time it has HICKMAN AT The jury in the case of tho cOiifUdcr ways and means for build W if splendidly in his new home ixox best to get the nominee If this witnessed quite a number of more Stato vs KM lion and Win HampMachinery Flows All iuga graded school building at Wagonskinds of Farm ou abort notice and Splendid quality best ticking is the desire of all the candidates pretentious contemporaries turn ton for the murder of a young that place It is earnestly hoped c repaired as it appears to be of aarge nnm up their toes and give up the uu mau named Shultz in Obion counworkmanlike manner o I5 worth 20c anywhere ail the friends of education in MTNew Wagons c made to order ber of voters woudnt it be well equal fight At best there is no ty on Monday returned a ver- that Cos Smith Ellison HICKMAN KY win nitenu tne meeting Hie in febl8 for tho DemocraticCommittees of money in a country paper only 1st degree terest murder iu Mr Julius Frenz of Hickman Hickmau and Fulton to corres- the glory of helping your com dict ofmitigating the uwaKeueti is solid means with circumstances who has been to Birmingham pond or hold a consultation as to munity If there are those who The murder occurred about one business and if all will turn out Kashville and some other boom a convention and particularly to think differently they can get a year ago and created consider ami each do his part the propos school building will bo an as- Â¬ points after making some invest Â¬ acquaint themselves with the bargain Call able excitement at the time ed sured fact in real estate has returned wirthes of the Democratic voters ments was found murdered in a A hoaenute well satisfied that there i On Saturday April 23rd when the Towels full and complete lino of Shultz Killinn claimed that Shultz KENXtiCKY STREET Being retulrlr erganned and readv for business we respectfully solicit tha f atrM Xapkins Crashes Table field Ulinnmo Tailn in If anybody hereabouts paid icBuuiPDimiBiiDu tlia of all Allcolllections made for depositors free of chaige ApproTt uemocrats meet in conrention to Covers had been criminally intimate with constantly on hand foi hir c very low We have pftr running three or folir months discounted at tba his wife A motion for a new any attention to our State Aibor KEEPS sale Come1 appoint ueiegaies to the State some extra bargains in this line floMEl Come o fnvi rate of per cent per annual as proclaimed by Gov day Convention it might be a good BUGGIES snd IIACKS HORSES trial has been made everybody and see the beautiful Smith Ellison Co Knott they have not reported to Hating purchased the stable horsts display of hats and bonnets laces time to test tne desire tor a legisfprl We have 10 Doz Corsets the Courier Our people are and entire outfit of W B Plunmer c Â¬ lative convention feathers and flowers now on dismore interested in felling than in we p opose to continue the buslnels and There are booms and booms worth 50c that we are selling a Ladies we have the prettiest play at the Millinery Bazaar All planting trees CHAS lll Tho proclama- Â¬ solicit patronage fiEO B THRELKELD bnt the most pleasant and agree- 25c e R T TTtRR4 HBUnitAKAN who have an eye for the beautiful and most complete line of Dress W CrJOHNiOK tion is only 15 or 20 years iu ad ALEXANDER L L UNDERWOOD Alexander Maxwell t will find tbe rich and varied as- Goods and Trimmings in tbe able boom is to drop into Mrs vance of the times beausee marl8J a feast to dazzle and city All the latest shades and Gardners book store ever her many sortment so daze their eyes where fancy shape new fashions from the cheapest tiful arrangement of Mrs E S Newton died in -- Mr Wiu A beautiful notions subscribe for Gardner a young HOW LOST HOW RESTORED 1 and color are all so beautifully Worsted to the finest awjweol one of the leadiug Dailies or Union City at 2 oclock on Sat- Â¬ man born in Hicktimii and kuiwn Would be pleased to blended as to make and mark it Goods Jnpt CalTerJ Weeklies buy one of the cheap urday March 2Gth of pneumonia to many of our citizens as of fine weUnpnhliKhM a new edition of Br radical m Celebrated KftftftJ on tbe perfect So come and gather to have yon call and inspect tiers Iurolnn imioal Library popular books Her remains were brought to Pop business promise was on April of sriTOBmei or IjiroTENCTVVenknest ami Phyt Sea side yourself sosae 6f all this beauty Smith Ellison Jfc Co Mental you waut more solid reading lar Grove church this county for 1st admitted as a nardncr in the trjr Sewlnul Loeset or if Impcliniruti to Urrie etc ical Incapaclt that others may see tha good it Consumption EriLEPKT aul Kit you can get any standard works interment She was an estimable well known house of S W Uoll aUo lnlnlneiice oraexiial extrTKnc InduceJ by 4c elf does aad profit thereby christian lady in her 59th year thla TIib Hitherto a red hot stsre has of the day Oo St Loui Eespectfully The Courier clearly celebrateil aifihor Jnthirty admlrxbU esiay years euccesafu damoDstratra from a and leaves several grown children been considered as about the only self the alarming Mrs Jones G W besides ajarge circle of friends to congratulates him ou his success practice ttia radically curM ronteqaences cf mode Our friends S E pointing out a abase may be thing safe from thieves bit bow in life of cure at once simple certin ond elTcctnAl Sy Tbe Court of Appeals has tha loot nncnlutmn t irAaXv Johnson of Cayce are deter mourn her loss meons of which eiery suffen r no matter what his ty 0f I snatched away A mined to hold the lead iu the sale oonditlon may be may cure himself cheaply pri- decided in the boy We have a full line of Custom atelT and rantfallg should In Iba hands of atery Maxwell are Alexander Padacah vsiW G Bullitt that a ig in jail iu e w York 0u k TerJ of agricultural and farm imple- Â¬ STUU lecture in ments They have got the pluck ahowing big bargains iu Shoes Hade Clothing in Mens Boys youth ami erery manna the land town coancil has authority for the charge 3a nuui Sent onaere nj sa s and enterprise to give you ihe and Slippers They offer a Kid and Youths at very lowest prices dress pott paid on receipt of roTiopo 10 or two nuroose of raising revenues to four cents epretwt a line of the very best Companief in ti Unittd StaUsf exact a license upon any and all Joe weiciiwiti sell yon gro- - best bargains Dont buy else- Â¬ Button Shoe at 75c well worth Perfect fitting and satisfaction postac stamps Address MEB1CAL CO TUG CULTKRWELt Post Ufflca Box 4IO sw York W T OFFICE AT COURKBOUSP where until you test their prices fl50 and a Kid Opera Slipper gaurautoetl 41 Ann St occupations and calling That is ceries cheaper than anyb dy tarsttraple for trial acnt fr will pay you See their adver Co ALnxANncit ft Maxwell Smith Elliboj It lO IUV IUC UCIOIUIUIC JlitB pltfaUen ar f rm i h right to so empower a 7ty i lisemeut in thU weeks Courier jflnefly IWJ arl8l 1 a BE174EB Â¬ QOm T T Sw3T ZDIRTCra GKriSTSl 1 7iiio - Â¬ nt ctll I SOOFING A SPECIALTY WHITE SEWING MACHINES filEVlAlTm 1 Â¬ 1 mm sa o a i- ir -- rn - 1 - vr t Mllill s 1 r SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS 1 Â¬ j 1 ic Â¬ Â¬ ri Â¬ Newspapers Periodicals Magazines Stationery Books Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 t 4 - i -- Â¬ - - THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A HOLC031BEI mans mucus faints m FEED STORE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p sm mmm Â¬ BLACKSMITHING Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MIOK M141L BAHE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sale and livery stable CAPITJZ Fahis Parker 50034 ll Â¬ DIREGTORSf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r T M FRENCH Â¬ Insurance Affenti rjar i I Fire Life marine aid accidei 4 -- - J 24 JUMr m if Jt jXf - i - i - r 1 Y vr iX U jSVJ t sasTf K lV E3j I 5 kaaWSWe-aw- r- - - yt i k - 4 F -- am - fiSJ MuLUlglSSiS-J- - T i - Kf ipr IWIMV9VMW - TIMil g1WHIMWllf g SEW - GOODS NSW GOODS NEW O -- GOODS Mi vLbbI 11 oou - WW 9FiXWm awBV - naaiaa i - lr o htiI i rM o rHl - BOB aaaaaaaaaaaaawV IHLJfl aBaaaaaaBpf SL vBbhV aaal I I B sbbb JbbV5 ibBv Wn aaaVs5aaa MniKk flkl Lasa o o Ywaaaaar Hasnow received his full stock of new Spring and hummer Goods embracing all the late styles and novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings a fulbline of White Goods and Laces a full line of imported Batiste and Linen JDc lncls Embroidered Robes a full line of Corsets Gloves and Hosier a full line of ladies Misses and Childrens Spring Hats in endless variety a full line of Zephyr bmgliams Crinkled Seersuckers battcons and a full line of Novelties in Wash Fabrics I am offering- special jareains in all the nbove lines and would say that no such values can be found in any other house in this section of country My immense stock was bought for Cash and at the very lowett prices and will be sold at prices that will astonish all who want first class Goods at bed rock prices THE HICKMAN COURIER THEIR OWN ARGUMENT An enthusiastic Ohio politician is certain that the business inter est will lie satisfied with no one abort of Sherman for President national banks are a power Thero are nhout he exclaims 2500 of them and they have 8350000000 in the peoples hands So earnest are they in his favor that I believe they would stand an assessment of oue quarter of one per cent to elect him That would Then the be almost 900000 preat railroads are very favorably disposed toward him This is the argument that ethc Republicans not democrats are making why Sherman should be Â¬ J elected President Afsamingthat the statement if true the ten inII Jon other voters in this countrv dont propose to be utterly ig nored in the interest of 2500 bankers and half us many railroad Â¬ W V companies a State ticket Hani in county aotwith tan ding its proximity to tbe city and its overwhelming sentiment in favor of tetn pertnee was not represented So much to Ihccredit of Hardin county Its people Are opposed to the Honor traffic as a local and moral question but they do not propose on this one iesue to foriake their Commonwealth party principles net in Ik the Frobibition convention which Louisvillt recently and numiuated WAR TALK AGAIN Senator Sbermax has just AM POOR I addlesscd this Public opinion had begun to concluded an experimental PresiThe Courier has around the question to ten intollip611 citi j settle down to the conviction that dential swingThe Plumed circle of the South Knight aro there was to bo peace this year zeus each of whom in now proposes to follow the exam on the shady side of life in the in Europe Hut now eveti some ple of forties but neither of whom has of the most conservative have Ohio tho illustrious iceberg of He will swoop down in nccu- - their doubts on tho subject The been specially successful through the IndianTerritory add gives shadow of a war cloud i3 again mulating money and kei showing on the political horizon around by New oYleaug ou his briefly the insweraglit No 1 was poor to begin The danger point as usual is litis- - j retreat It was believed that tho with hud noreadv bickers and sia new feature the boom czar woum ne so msturned oy tne in AChattanooga isof reported A as l see now lacked xviiiiiist conspirators as to give syndicate having purchased a tion 0 No 2 I could have been a up all thought of war But now tract of land in tho city eticnm rich man but 1 was too cowardly it is asserted that M KntrofTs bered with improvements and afraid to risk what little- I had j party is insisting on war as a polit- - having notified the tenants to va- ami uavo acted tueau ioot ever icai necessity it is reported fmltV nnn since Now the opportunities oc- - j that the emperor does not thlllk mi i - nf lmmt with y irnii uv c 31 tne plan wiioiiv uiiadvisable cur no more not a vacant house in town Why Iani poor No 3 Well Nelidoff the Muscovite ambassato tell tho truth Ive been too dor at Constantinople has nssum i Sherman is the great Arneri honest to i regardful ot the rights ed a somewhat hostile attitudocin jfiianeier but the working of others Why if I had heen towards Turkey He reproaches people had totake tho trade dollar mean enough to hold tho adrau- - her for not paying the balance of jntSf cents all through his manage tage of my fellow mens misfor i her war indemnity which is still ient whilst under Cleveland they tunes and mistakes as Ive aeeu duo to Russia and taxes as men- - go dollar for dollar others doc I could have been a daeious her allegd want of money rich man to day and I believe sinco she is able to find funds to COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS these same people that I refused order from Germany large quan l to take advantage of would have tities of guns which she does not Hickman Kv April 5 1837 honored me more thair they do j require Turkey it is said has1 Council met Present Mayor French j but one thing to HOW do in order to Councilmen Witting Cole Buckner Ste- KjnKn - avoid quarrelling with Russia and Well I may be misDJn- -meeting wera No04 The unniitea of the taken but I shall always think that is to intervene in Roumeha ad annrovi xni hI iharths cause of my being poor in which caso Russia would bej ACCOUNTS ALLOWED ts tlmt I happened to locate in tho able to occupy Bulgaria The fnllowinr accounts were predated by bless commuuitv I did properly approved which on motion were your soul if I had gone to somo Kliowed and checks ordertd issued for tbe NO LIE IN NATURE WHY Â¬ STATE SENATOR are anthoriied to announce JOHN Hickman County as a candi Â¬ date far Slate Senator from the countiei of Gravel Hickman and Kultoa iubject to tbe action of the Democratic party VVe yrs R K nip of Â¬ Children FOR PITCHERS seit-asse- r- 1 I 1 nt iirnii s A POE BEPBKSENTATIYB We are authoriied to announce L JSBELL aa a candidate to represent the counties of Kulton and Hickman Iu tlte Lower Houxe of the neat General Aa embly of Kentucky iubject to the aetion of the Democratic party PI AN OS o BAL Jf AND o Xv are authorised to announce W W ai a candidate to represent the countie of Fulion and Hickman in tka Lower iIour ot the nett General Assembly or Kentucky subject to the m lion of the Democratic party We WKHSTEH ORGANS 3 fastoria Centaur LiBlmeut Is the moit wonderful PalnCurr th world liua are authorixed to annnounce P J n candidate for lbe Legislature from I lick mxn and Fulton couutias iubÂ¬ ject to the aetion of the Detnocrtio party Election in lugcil We Olirer as i Wt furnish hundreds home yearly with fine Pltnoa ind allow customers to pay in small monthly or quarterly payaewtVt Gleaa and McCometl Homr Tbii Norman Stallion is a dark iron KrJi 17 hands hifh weighs 1650 pounds inn cans ere uBiurpsaseti tor iorm ens and beauty ft knowa I lB j S MUKRELL ITTOUNEY AT - LAW Pv Offlre r CERBOfiORDO I a black Jack with white point years old laj tianus liigii tine torm styliab and Decker Brothers Haines Brothers J C Fischer and particulars address J c othi Aia actire Lp influence Does it not look Strange that any real friends of temperance would still mnllyc insist on injuring the temperance cause by ar raying the movement against the regular political parties thus dividing their own friends There nre thousand of good temperance men who will not bring defeat to the political party to which they belong merely to vote for a side show like the Fox ticket in Kentucky when thatj Fox ticket cannot promise one scintilla of evidence of good for the temperance cause What Kentucky temperance peopleought to tight for is a clean eat issue of submission of the question freed from political Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEST LIKED WHERE BEST KNOWN The Louisville Courier-Journ-nl- s Rowling Green special of the 23th inst says An election waa held on Saturday to whether the county should lake fnrtber stock tn turnpikes a tlmt those already built iny le extended a few mile farther which resulted in a vote in favor c of pikea by over 5u0 majority decide The farmers of Warren county have been enjoying some excellent turnpikes for years aud certainly ought to know their benefits aud hence you see the handsome majority a proposition extend them cairies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to Under the provisions of a late act of Congress trade dollars can be exchanged at par at any Sub Treasury in tho United States for tandard silver dollars until July 1 1887 only Tradesmen take them at par for goods of all de- Â¬ scriptions aud as Sub Treasuries re not in roach of all the better thiBgr to bedone with those hav Â¬ ing trade dollars is to make pur caaaei with them After July 1st they will be only valued as bullion -- and their retention will entail a kMTj discount on holders r He seems to be impressed with a belief that in order to be food Republican he must mani fest a aperies of hatred for the 6oath and the Southern people Jfe doubt this is aj mere affecta tiea on the part of Mr Sherman bmt Ira MHtagM to keep it up with A rcgilarky aud an earnestness that approaches art ty accmrately sizes up Senator John Sherman Tas Atlanta Constitution pret- Â¬ Â¬ you know I would have been a imit n ra 1riin rich maul ting inans iresn as tne morning No 5 Oh pshaw the fates oi creation tnose great laws enhave always been against me I dure your only true democrats too inherited a farm sold it invested for nothing is too great or too in a store and town property my small for them to take note of partner broke me he kept the No tiniest gnat or speck of dust books my residence burned down but they feed it guide it and pre- iiisnraiico uiiiiur juBtexuiriMi my RPrv it TTail nml iouv wife is an invalid and it there is llmI vj0r rxi 0 hi their Makers any misfortune sloshing around j wonl su1 nko t0N hiillj loose in the community it is sure j temsolvc8 from the vviR0 an1 to strike me It has always been j nuet and revealwg themselves thus aud always will he I reckon unto babes It is the chili like Why simple patient reverent heart Wliy I am poor No C because I was boru poor and which science at once demands havent had time yV to get dich aud cultivates To prejudice or Im fortv aoren ami WVVW riih liuti- - to lf couccit or uiplilt Ion by the time Im fifty Ive been she proudly shuts ber treasuries near ou to it several times but -- to open them to men of hum only just missed it People get ble heart whom thir world thinks rich by booms by luck by com- Â¬ simple dreamers her Newtons binations of favorable cirumstan and Owens and Faradays ces and circumstances are work- Â¬ ing around to my favor The THE PEACE ARMY OF THE trnth is 1 am rich boause Im al UNITED STATES ways hopeful and cheerful K Vitk Cob No 7 UI am poor because Ive The lollowing figures are bealways been too con tiding ami lieved approximately accurate My friends too fcimMieurtcd d most interesting aud instruct- not my enemies have kepi me a they are poor I mean going secoritN en ive rmy pce fuotioc w 3M2M Trnch I at least Grrmiii rmj yrce footing dorsing for others 4454 IT coulti have been independent but LnitPj nut nn or emionr 4O000 pco foQtiig for this weakness Ive promised great evils of a One of the to stop it time and aaiif but it huge standing army is tbe cost of is hard to say no to a friend upsupport a constant Lean tell you why lam its the national resourcesdrain No S on Its because It does not seem that in this poor easy enough credited Tom Dick and Har- respect we have so very much Ive ry aud they never paid me For I he advantage of Franco or Ger tliis reason after awhile I couldnt many loaded down as tboBe na pay those I owed thought I was tions aro with military burdens a scoundrel because I couldnt The great difference is that pay and thus my credit was de- while all or nearly all of the stroyed and Ive bebii kept down French and German soldiers sup ever since ported at the national expense No 0 Tin a farmer over 50 arc available in case of a national and I am a poor man today only emergency few or uone of ours because for years I have bought are more than I sold and have not been overly fond of work I buy GOULD TO COLONIZE IIIS all my seed part of my meat WORKMEN sell wool at 38 cents a pound and l Louis April 1 St buy it back in store clothes at statements are made which about 6 per pound and other like go to show that recent purchases exchauges for my farm products Well I am poor be- Â¬ by the Missouri Pacific railroad ef No 10 I dont want to be rich I alarge amount of land in the sou cause of this have dont believe a man can get richÂ¬ thern suburbsand that city these on been made without using unfair and dishon proposes est method wronging his fellow broad acres Mr Gouldoccupation way My wealth is to erect buildings for mau in some in mv own self respect and the by their workmen and for shops iudus to hopeof a better condition in the They propose lightbuild anhouses airy trial village great Hereafter like the town of Pullman is the idea Mr Gould has outlined to STATE TAX1 S his agents The idea is to form ucic u rr n4 Firip piciu in mwixi business can grow and boom and Thore is uo He in nnturCt no li8 giveiUho same attention and in- - cord h the revelations of science dustry that I have here dont jM lbe aw8 of 0 universc Ilt j amount T V Wallace dieting prisoner A Devine putting glans in Hall win down f 1 20 150 ric TaKABinrai airoaT The City Treisurer presented hia rpor for month of March which waa ordered tiled THE TAX BOOK Â¬ The City Clerk preentd the Tax Book The copied from the Ansesraent Book fax Book was ordered to be placed in the I audi- of the Collector - a dark brown Jack 6 year old 14 hands high standard meure rtrj long Will practice in all tLo Courts tb and heavy bodied Said by mule men to Fint Judicial District be the best mule Jack iu Sumner county TmarlS Tenn Tbe shove stock will make the present Up leaton at aty StabW 3 mile went of Jordan Ky and 1 mile north of State Line at All xriona indebted to tbe underaiftned Not responsible for aeci by note or accoust are rcipectfully re f 10 te ineore iuetel to eall and fettle or their ac- Â¬ dent Parties desiring to braed will do well counts will be placed in the hand of an toeiarnine uy stock before breed if n else officer for collection Ts li I CKM tlr or CoKiUa lruf Mure St KY IULYi FOIIRMT Special desiga Rosewood Ebonized Walnut and Mahogany Cases ESTEY SHONIXGER and HAMILTON ORG madeto order Tm Choice styles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall ourth Ave Louisville Kf 218 Church St Nashville Tea 288 2nd St Memphis Teas Chab Gilxkbt Saleiniae Paducah Ky 0an7 Jb D H BALDWIN 236 CO Pay R raarlS BBREVARD where AME3FO w- - ordered iwnel to Joe Witting for 50 italary j ABeti9r for 1867 On motion tbe Cauncil adjourned Attest W L McCUTCIIE C C snsr2I 1 T McCONNELL 1 1 11 1 On motion checV LOWER and LOWER Ac ai cheap as the cheapest I will not be aderaold JOHH WITTiNQ All II A niCKMAH kinds of Groceries bans fides ATTORNEYS iR T TYLER AT LAW KKSTUCKT FURNITURE W araofferiac all grades of Plain Medion and Fine FURNITURI atgreaiy duced prices We earrr full line at all times of Chairs Rockers plain and asarklc top Tables Bureaus Wuh stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Mattreseaf Spriaga price to be the le tL Intelligent ioveetigatioa pays tkersj and we j Ttxtgmoo oi ourgooas ne are neauquarttrs en - Â¬ Â¬ DrinocraUc advice of muy DeiiucratH I hereby r njectfully rcquet the Democrats of Fulton county to meet in Msjh Convention at the Court Iioum in the town of Hickman on NATIIKI1AY APKII3S ISM7 for the purpoe of oelectmj- - delegated to attend the State Democratic Convention called to meet in Louisville on My 4 187 and to transact any other busineM which may Appear well to the Democrat Eery Democrat in the there aeuibled county earnestly urged to attend T M FRENCH Chn Fulton Couny fern Com County Democratic Convention - In purrttmncc of the call of the Slte impportevl ty the Committee f - - Clover Heed forNnlr I have a fine lot ofCloer Seed for sale Call at my farm tmahal 1133 feb2 ISAAC SIIUrF WILL Offc oTfJrr FuraitarrJr iiJ attfe for attend to all busiaeee ealrastsd care fuartomr Â¬ -- THE PEERING ALL STEEL TWI5B BINDER have on hand for sale four yoke ef Teken up as alrays be P C Gesr gool Loetiiia Catile Any one deeirinf csrrying the largest line ef Wooden aad Metallic Burial Cases of anrflrai la Ky ahout ibree lieicfc in Fulton county We dieceaat all eompetltioa in this line Repairiag lock of this kind would do well to call Teanaseee or Eeatusky quirlers of a mile from Hunteje old fer Werk a specialty nd examine eail be eneinced that I will J ry on the north side of Obion rier and sell cheap and good stck two bout fire miles aortb ef Hickman J M ROBfRTS austere aUesa aaiet City Ball horse Mules one about 5 years old bright UltH fekll koieow Ky sorrel 14 hands bifth with black stripes across the ehouljers and striped leg no other marks or brands perceptible and decribd ami apprftiied upon the oth of F R Odell lo be worih seteaty fie dol PHYSICAL AflD SURbEON the other about J years old a bright sorrel about 131 head high wiih a soar on the right knee no other marks or HICKMAK KINTUCKY brands perceptible snd described anil ap- K Odell to rrSRS kis Profsssie praised upon tke oah of tbe eitissas ef Hickaaa aad eleiaity te ealae of fifty dollars ofOiten uader janlo 80 ay band this tkeiind day Mareh 1837 0 C JOSHUA KATLOK J I Estraj Hotie lr UNDBSTAKERS GOODS mTErumnmi iaiweli at DR -- JL A FaRI 30 lr t Â¬ reriVi t J IlW Mfgf Stabw HICKMAN o Saddlery aijd Harness 1887 Â¬ IN THE LEAD The first premium was awarded this Binder at the Louisville Expo- Â¬ sition for Durability Light Draft Strength and Sim plicity last year Â¬ 1887 SEASON OF KENTUCKY IHaa Â¬ Fulton Blooded Stallions PLUIJMER rUIr altU Twa UoTtr FARMS Comritr Ofittm KEJ8TCCKT laaa Jaeksnn St na Â¬ Â¬ landrd No I Mack Jack The akoi r all firat claia trl Trottara Ona rat Ona Hjdeadala Uraft Hrt padlrr V oeaifc - - HICKMAN X UST OPENED TERMS reaseaabla witk new STOCK out and eat Patronage solicited itylisk IQI fer KT 34S0 1885 in thlat that can ta faaaf oar5aahlt etjck We InTlia an lnapaetlon atock a Kantnckj 4 WBLL selected stock of Saddles aad Harness New work aaada te order Prompt attention giren t f W G KINGBffiAN CO W ttf MA5UFACTURIB8 OF THK CELIBBATED art r Xrrjon I lMS7 ofthfe IUndrr Krfrj tTntIreatifftetlnn Not one return rreoramuA txxly who Loujtit one of me highly 11 DEITZEL thorn all I cut oTf r ion kcrt with th Twin Hlndrr Mion a feoutlhmnj CItchiB and cirfutly aj Ii la undoubtedly the but wanno Binder introlucel into thia country tur another at tlis taut kind thla srrar aa I aave 200 acrta to cut ALBEKT KUFi R oT My entire wheat crop of 60 aerae I cut with th PraritiR AlMteel Twjue Iliiiilrr It nerer mlawd tying a tuaJle The bundle carrier der Iti ork complettly Wh HEED We take pUaaure In recommending the DeetiBj Alt Steel Taine Hinder to the larruera of thie community Hating cut our crop with tbia mauaia know it to be aa good a the beat and belieTe it the beat Hinder yet iutrojucej into thia country DH kJ fBECMAS rultoa Xj of aay ElCgn a peice Epg Semi-officia- jt lt rTin Stl Wyandotte of tbe purest etrain at t00 100 per sttinK of 13 Ap Â¬ Mn G BrTHRELKELl ply to aoacBT PoceLia Hickman Ky mar4 for Salck Ifa has secured the services ef that wall known and exeelleat work aaaa Uncle Bob Farriss which ef itself is a guarautae of good aad faithful werk apr24 CM awJClA BErAIRIVQ kiad HERTWECK BALTZER 00 Â¬ rjOW TO SAVE tyONEY tar al DOUGLAS BROS OBOCERT BAKERY RE8TAURA5 to CO Q tr - We are Wholesale Haadquartara grades of Â¬ U Edmmtox S P JoBvaon JCHH KCOCNT AiaaarRona B W Y McCokii - has been traveling through Kan sas the Bost intense Republican State in the Union Bruce was refased entertainment at every hotel he entered So say tho pa pers Well now is this aot a kind of offset to the action of that hot headed Birmingham hotel keeper in refusing to allow certain colored folks to eall on Senator herman f Â¬ Â¬ Ex Senator Bruce colored of the Interior Tn Secretarythe Secretary of has requested Oklahoma under the jurisdiction and control of a single army officer with instructions to exercise extresne rigilauce In the matter of preventing an expected invasion of the Territory by boomers dur ing the coming spring and sum er Â¬ Â¬ War to place the western portion of the Indian Territory including U1 pit rf e s KiBSOURl probably has the meat rigid Smuday law of any State of the Union The ue w law jeat signed by Governor Marma dake closes saloons and beer fardeas stops tho riinniug of etreet railroads tho publication feirsppers all manual labor ditional itt all kinds of traffic v IIcnst Tacai the greatest barrier to the inroads Wm Reid JobmOumi of the labor organizations and to 91093979 prevent Tee assessments strikes It was the outThese Binders warranted to give growth of the troubles last spring satisfaction together with Than Last Year Greater Frankfort April 1 The on tbe Gould system State Board of Equalization Is KENTUCKYSHOULD LEAD THE DEER1NG HjOWER hard at its Tabors A number of LooIitIIU Toit oflicials and tax payers of Mercer In the first three months of None better For sale by Woodford Bourbon and other 18S6 Kentucky was fifty per cent count ii 8 were in the city to day to testify as to the value of real in advance of any othvr Southern WJOHNSON and personal property in their re- State in the amount of capital spective counties The tax book invested in manufacturing and CAYCE of Nicholas county has not yet mining enterprises iu the same been reported but excluding that period for 87 both Tennessee and apr8 2m 0 the good results of the new reve Alabama are far ahead of her Kentucky should do better than nne law may be seen in an increas A A DAVIS ed revenue of fcUfiU213 of this With more natural wealth than any other State there is no which the school fund will receive nearly 250000 Wfcen this reve- reason why she should not al nue is collected thsre will be no ways be in the lead lelayt as heretofore in the pay HICKMAN ET ment of current claisis ou the AS TO REAL ESTATE BOOMS State treasury Iontvilrtl Ojfftee CKt9 Stretl Lcltit Bhth Speaking of Wichita reminds The proprietors of the May me of the similar boom at IndianRepresenU the foliowine old anil relit field Woolen Mills are looking apolis some dozen years ago said ble companies North America Phoenix -me tioosier cap- Hartford Lancashire and the St Paul out for a suitable place to move the gentleman went crazy on tbe subject of Fire and Marine Insurance Company their mills and at present have ital Equitable Life Iaeuraace Coat Also their eyes set in the direction of real estate aud every other maa paay the New York of Paducah but it only remains with in tbe place was a real estate fabthat city to say whether it shall agent Property went up towere and things Htlce go there as the gentlemen have ulous figures asked the city for the grounds on rushing But suddenly there came All persons indebted to C B KiBgtnaa which to erect their buildings a collapse and Indianapolis has are notified to settle immediately HM MAXWELL t and several thousand1 dollars ad hardly yet recovered from thej Atsigate aprS Â¬ -- Nooa ClfABS CBEWM SK0LX TOSACCO a general assortment of Famoaly at Factory ilyWill keep and will job to dealeri Groceries Con feet ion eriee Ac aad prices also the keep employed a flrst clasa baker Qooda all fresh aad aew aad will not be under- Swff 8ntilSeteuiSuiri8rSotc jaaeSf eold Ve alio Keep the best in the aaarket constantly oa hand a ehoica aeleetion of Family Groceries Confectiennee and IjicRman Marble FruiU whiek i will aell very law far lh cash Plese eall and iee - KY HICKMAN FUQUA efc Â¬ -- u NB4I9 AT ALL IIWURK a CO w oo en GO Works HICKMAH ACME 4 VBBBJpasBw T77AG01T BARROW DBOW ELACKSMITMNG UNDERTAKERS WEST HICKMAN Call on A F OLIVER for Blackeraitk iog Wagon Repairs Ac Al o a full liaa of Coffins B C RAM AGE lAik ta GOODS Italia HATINO and Amibioah Haiblr TOMB AND CKATB BTONES rULVERIZIlVG B MOMUMXMTI Â¬ SJ IS Ky eommon Ac Walnut Ca Rosewood la ataek a tae let af Aaar Italiaa Marble I aaa pre solid Blaak pared te 111 all erdere Call aad exaaiaa nT wart tka aeiBtry pTaptly Orders fre tiled aT2l SsW - I g aVaaaaSJsaaaaaawBwB 1 Â¬ EM Â¬ wm m And net your Blaekemithing aad geacral Repairing done at J Fif GRAYS Corner Ohitm and Ezehangt Streett 25cts Lower than the Lowest therefore eaa sell as cheap aa tka cheap eat Best brands of Wittenberg aad Lea t l hare ao clerk expense ae a tore raa t and pay eask for all ay Groceries aad Â¬ KY Star Flour 26 eents ekeaper tkaa tka lew- HICKMAN Pricti My Good Work t Rock bottom JOHN WITTINO Â¬ JiraillA taatM tf W ORK JOHN ipecialty 7 WAY t W DIESTELBRINK sat CLOD CRUSHER AND LEVELER Also we are Ageats for Â¬ 8tallion Lake Blackburn a thoroughbred or trade -ia for sale weUknown to tockmen He Bak4e Fine Btrse fer Sale Call w w Family Groceries at tke corner ef Troy 1 Anae East Hl krar a KyJ - tka CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS IgyWewiU Bale JL J 81 Lmry cam be aen at WG Kingmans w atf43 spaee NOtrouble to aaraa all articles to skow goods Come sad see aa Masaww t t0 J0Br intemt to fal LnVAWV wv UL DBEBFJSD CaTlt - HELM BKOS Jfear Xtt 5 n getaarttelacs Ac e TVs j 4 iv v 4 - 1d t MJWlKtV 4 It rS JAr w j v t i y k- - - z o t r t