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for green peas i pie Were Ilmlly Muijled Amemioix capitalists aro investing heavi Â¬ ly in real estate in Mexico Buwaijo gnats have killed a 2400 Jer Maktinmiho W Va April 25 From aoy bull in Memphis Tenn Harpers Ferry of John Drown fame The season of colossal fish yarns may come the particulars of a frightful acci now be said to have been fully inaugurat Â¬ dent Yesterday a party of ladies and ed gentlemen were walking on Dolivar Mr Drinkwater was a candidate for Heights when they discovered an old member of the Denver Col city council bomb a remnant of the war which was recently earned by the happy young people down Iowa and Kansas people now put their into tho armory at ttie terry and un corn into hogs and hominy instead of tho capped An attempt was then mado distillery to beat the powder out by hitting tho EurzKoft William is hopeful of contin bomb with an iron bar Suddenly it ued peace still he keeps his weather eye cxDloded with fricbtful results - 1 -- immifmttvm1trrvr-mOSl torn lutltonaiit--- r MVjr I5Hi55 UU1US UU U1UIT3 ICK1- - I off a eentlemun had ono of his legs i Tw KUllU JJIOUUUjy less or uncomforUble man than the Czai broken another received a ghastly wouud in tho ace and six others wero of all tho Russias Hino Mwaxoa of Africa is opposed to more or less wounded Tho young lady condition single blessedness He is eighteen years and two men are in a precarious following and suffering great agony The old and has 1000 wives of by The production of pig iron in this coun Â¬ persons were woundedWillisfragments Â¬ aged fourshell Miss Agnes try is now about 137000 tons a week or the teen years right leg blown oflbelow the greater thanever before knee Geo Willis aged six years left leg Tnn natural gas excitement in Indiana is Wm Willis badly burned about en the increase It is more than an ix broken Frank Jones hand broken Wm tho face citement it is an uproar Turner foot blown off Edward Poles leg The Journal of Education says Xeer and jawbone broken and other wounds allow a child to use a short pencil lead or ahouuhis head Miss Willis and Edward slate It spoils the handwriting Voles are not expected to live The red flag of the auctioneer has pe come unpopular in Chicagosince its proin LOOKS LIKE 69 incnt display as the insignia of anarchy It is agreed that the finest pork mado in Troop by TIiomnniN Moling Alone the tho world is that of the Maderia Islands Ithliie whore the swine live principally on nuts Pari April 24 The excitement of tho The low necked dress must go says Schnaebols incident is growing All of tho an exchange Which way please It papers devote more space than ever to corcant well go lower that is conveniently respondence and dispatches upon the subIn Austria tho full title of the official ject Mmc Schnaebels has been permitted forest Inspector is kaiserhch koniglich to visit her husband in company with her son She says that the German police agent Staatseisenbahn - holzversorgungsmspec met her at tho frontier and insisted upon lor Â¬ accompanying her to the prison where her The suppression of free passes will aug ment thenational stock of leg muscle It husband was confined They were per is an ill overflow that deposits no allu mitted to talk with him only in thepres enco of three police agents They wero vium Fasexger trains with bath- rooms forbidden to carry on the conversation in barber shops restaurants and saloons any but the German language and tho are to be put on the route between Chicago wife was forbidden to question her hus band concerning any particulars of his and New York The message of tho Governor of Minne arrest Schnaebels was in good health and sota is printed in ten languages repre Â¬ confident that he would soon be released senting the linguistic capacity of that in- A dispatch from Mayencc says that sinco ISO thero have never been as many imteresting State portant movements of troops intheUhein Scott Dai- - Cal has the tallest post- Â¬ ish now It master in the United States Ho stands year provinces as war Tho looks like tho of tho great equipment of over seven feet in his stockings and the military C3rs at Alaycncc and at 2S0 pounds weighs Duss eldorf is days Tockets in dresses are again fashion- can transport completed In three 250000 men and a second able The pickpocket is not helped any by series of cars in the interior of Germany this What man could ever find a pocket and Bavaria is capable of transporting in in a womans dress four days 2s0000 men Is boring an artesian well at Eureka Berlin April 25 The Commission at CaL they found charred wood at 150 feet Metz investigating tho case of the French and pieces of sheland parts of the skele- Commisary Schnaebels reports that tha ton of a bird at5S0 feet arrest was undoubtedly mado upon Ger As English surgeonsaysthat people who man soil Thero aro numerous charges use rocking chairs the most get deaf tho of high treason against Schnaebels anJ eooncsL Rocking also hurts tho eyes and Ihc evidence against him is overwhelm makes people near sighted ing A tramp is traveling through Michigan Lovnov April 25 The tone of the combegging two cents from every person ho ments of the press on tho Schnaebels affair meets in order as he says to buy a post- and fresh rumors in relation to the arrest age stamp to send a letter to his wife nre causing alarm in Berlin The Foster homestead at Pittsburgh where the lateStephen C Foster wroto Hermit Robbed of a Fortune his Old Folks at Home is to be torn PiTTsnrncil Pa April 23 James Nixon down lay its new owner Mr Henry Haman old hermit living near Harmonsville mer had no faith banks As unexpected champion for the corset Butler County who days ago ofin 5sX in was robbed several in aQfashionabie doctor who has arisen and Government securities which he declares that the corset is a public benefit cashsecreted had day in his It causes all tho fools among women to week he was decoyedhouse One homo last by from his die young wo men who represented that thev were lmLADELrniA has forty one National real estate speculators and during his ab- Â¬ banks and New York forty five The bank sence a confederate entered the house and deposits in the City of Brotherly Love secured the treasure Nixon did not dis amount to 7551307 and in Gotham to cover hjs loss until to day when he re- Â¬ 33711230S ported the matter to the police The Chicago JntcrOctan says the silence Mbe St Louis press upon the subject of Brilliant Idea of Detectives base ball beats a Quaker meeting Ono Rahway N J April 25 The police of can hear a St Louisan breathe across tho Rahway have pursued a novel method in length of tho bridge one instance at least in following up the Missie Bond colored buried at Falls clews to the identity of the murdered girl Church Va a few days ago had docu whose body was found by the roadsido ments to prove that sho was ono hundred some weeks ago Beside her t basket and twenty eight years old She remem- Â¬ containing some eggs were found Tho bered General Washington eggs were put under a setting hen and c is a contraction of the one of them has hatched out a chicken re- Â¬ French de brie tt de broe by hook or by sembling the Plymouth Rock breed Tho on this side and that crook It is ap- Â¬ next step will be to try to locate from it plied to miscellaneous collections of odd the place whero the eggs were purchased and rare articles of real value There lives in New Hampshire or did a Female Counterfeiters Caught few months ago a man who once present Â¬ New York April 25 Tho United States ed a bill to the administrator of his Secret Service officers late Saturday night fathers estate for tho time lost in attend arrested two women named Mrs Annio ing the old gentlemans funeral Kelly and Miss Ellen Barrett who have The gross public debt of Canada on been engaged in counterfeiting silver coin March 31 was 1270340140 net debt 225 for a number of months at 235 East Ono 65631 revenue from silo of Dominion Hundred and Eleventh street Tho officers lands last year homestead and caught the women at their work and capsales 500341 leases 136618 tured thirteen plaster of paris molds files The next convention of crowned heads melting kettles metal and 168 counterfeit and princes and princesses of the blood dollars will be at London at the Queens jubilee Stockmen Leaving Indian Territory celebration Victoria is preparing to en Little Rock Akk April 25 A largo tain them in royal style at public expense number of cattlo will bo taken from tho A Texas steer picked up Miss Loulso Indian Territory to Wyoming and Montana Danforth of St Louis on his horns thij summer and autumn Many stack tossed her over a fence into a yard and men of tho Territory intend removing oer aho stood there and cried because ono of mancntly West with their hords the ribs ot her parasol was broken In the toss o Pink Eye in Washington BCGOLE5 a millionaire lum Cbables F Washington April 25 The horses- - or berman of Manistee Mich isso strong a this city aro afflicted in a mild form with believer in the maxim that cleanliness is the well known disease called pink eye next to godliness that he is devoting a There is more or less of iuhere every year part of his wealth to establishing public in the spring and falL It has not yet inbaths in some of the larger cities of tho terfered with business and very few Northwest horses aro laid up We are told that most of the Baltimoro Thrown From a Buggy and Killed water is now swarming J with red and white bugs which arc however harmless GosnEN Ind April 25 Yesterday tho Bug juice has been imme wife of Eli Vernon of Millersburg thlj to drink morially tho slang for a different sort of county was thrown from a buggy by a beverage but under present conditions it runaway horse and received such severo must be made toasply to the product of injuries that she died in a few moments the hydrant as well as to tho product of Tho deceased was forty years of age the still Db Merrimanx tof tho Department of Granite Blocks Waiting Transportation Agriculture insisisthat somothing must Boston April 23 Six thousand tons of be done at once to destroy the English granite blocks aro piled along the sparrow or else the curse will grow to tracks at the JIarlborough N UrailroadÂ¬ quarsuch a magnitude that it will be necessary ries waiting for some modification in tho to draw on the public treasury to destroy interpretation of tho intcr Stato commerce It law Or three sisters in New York one has a Joined the Henry George Party Jew for a husband another a Protestant and the third a Roman Catholic They Pittsburgh Pa April 25 The Greennet by appointment says the ITima at the back Labor party of this- city numbering residence of the latter on Easter Sunday between four thousand and five thousand sight The Jewess presiding at tho piano members have dissolved their organiza Â¬ saag the touching Methodist hymn Shall tion and joined the Henry George party we kaow each other there Nrw York has arrested a young man on Ohios Centennial Buildings a charge of lunacy which took theform Cincinnati April 25 The Washington of orderfcgvextravagant dinners with a Pack annex to the Exposition buildings profusion of Wine which he would pay for tocovcr a space of 600 by 400 fcotwhilo is ou the spot and then walk out without buildings along the canal are to be tho over eating a bite or drinking a drop 1300 feet long and 123 wide The esti Â¬ ACaxabiax iarmer near Luther was mated cost of these two buildings will be awakened by persons prowling around h in the neighborhood of 200000 house Ee and bis sons arose and fired shetgaas at a man they saw He ran and He Feelea With a Terpeae was joined by two saen in a sleigh Ono Steubesville O April 23 William El hitched to the sleigh cast a of the horses ahea The farmer picked jt up and by tho der had his left hand blown off to day by tha blacksmith who made is identi the explosion of a dynamite torpedo with aid which He also Mi Um rewten who proved to be neigh severe he was fooling the head received Injuries about and face Wfc wi wh paid a geed keep te and his recovery is doubtful fetthiftf Â¬ Old Bomb nl m hiiiwIiI PMiinc Vcl linwn A SUDDEN FLOOD Had by Â¬ SLAIN IN HIS MOTHERS LAP jL A LENIENT VERDICT Vi bcnJ1suasoflasshe rhajerSilflIhtShonWderI Â¬ Â¬ Ottawa Ovt April 24 The Depart Â¬ ment of Fisheries have to day received information from St John N D from the romuiandir of the Canadian cruiser Vigilant in which he gives las particularof an attempt which ho made on the 20th to seize tlie American fishing schooner Hattie Maud off Grand Maunn It seems that tho Vigilant was cruising in shoro when information was received that a fleet of fishing vessels from Gloucester were preparing to fish within the three mile lunii a few miles down Sail was hastily made and when after making about six miles the American vessels were seen Th5 Vigilant tacked and ran out to sea so as to tome in on tho ou tunic of tho trespassing fishermen The Vigilant must have for thSfishJrmen at onco put up sail and left the Hattie Maud being tho last to start and evidently waiting for tho cruiser which ran up within fifty yards of the Massachusetts boat before she hoisted sail and prepared to leave The Vigilant fired a blank shot which had no effect As the Yankee vessel was gaining ground a solid shot was fired over her striking some fifteen yards beyond This in its turn was paid no attention to and the commander of the Vigilant then trained his guns upon tho fly ing schooner which nearly was half a mile to the from scudding along be- Â¬ fore a strong breeze Several shots wero fired but without effect and the com mander of tho Vigilant seeing his prey getting away from him ordered ail up and prepared to run the daring fisher man this about down Just time the foretoii niast of the Vig- lant was carried away and tho chaso had to be abandoned 1 ho Hattie Maud continued its way toward Eastport It is reported that a great many fishing ves sels are about the Bay of Funday looking for bait and in many instances buying it Another cruiser will be dispatched at an early day to aid the Vigilant in watching them Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Caught on a Revolving Shaft - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ April 24 The opora thes at JJayne saw mill witnessed a sick ening sight yesterday afternoon when the Iittk-daughter of John Sharkey went to the mill to gather up kindlings She was stooping under the belt to the revolving shaft when tho wind blew her hair and shawl in the belt en- Â¬ tangling them so as to tear the entire scalp loose and wrenching the cords of the neck dreadfullv Greesi i Tic Im eight-year-o- Capture o Two Counterfeiters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kvn vs CiTT Mo April St Jas Als bury and Wm Yates counterfeiters were brought to this city yesterday having been arrested at Missouri City twentv miles from here Counterfeit coin ha- been manufactured extensively there and disposed of in this and other cities and towns in Western Missouri Five of the gang were captured after a sharp fight but the leader and two others escaped Long and Short Haul 24 The Inter state Commission has made an order suspending the long and short haul section for seventy live days subject to revocation and with a proviso that inter mediate rates shall not bo raised above thoao in force April 20 This applies to the Northern Pacific Southern Pacific Atchison Topcka and Santa Fe and St Louis and San Francisco lines Â¬ Washington April Comracrco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Suddenly Cured of Paralysis Bailey of Lancaster Â¬ Pa from completo paralysis this morning has greatly pex plexed medical circles Buley had been entirely paralyzed by a gun shot wound for several years and had to be fed like a child This morning he got up and walked about the premises all day without crutches or assistance Bismarck Escapes Erie Pa April 24 The miraculous re covery at the Soldiers Homo of Issao Â¬ Â¬ Bric-a-bra- 24 The VolXs Zritung brought an action for libel against Prince Bismarck on account of an attack upon that pjpermade by the Chancellor in a speech in the Reichstag The court has just decided that it has no jurisdiction in fho matter as the Prince being a German General is only amenable to a military tribunal Berlins April Fell Dead at His Safe 24 Thomas E Bennett a well known broker doing business at 303 Pine street fell dead in his office to day while showing his son tho combination to a safe Mr Bennett was secretary and director of half a dozen big mining com panies St Louis April J Â¬ Â¬ Cholera Prevalent in Mexico n Â¬ Nogales Ariz April 24 Tho chief of police at Nogales Mcx yesterday received a dispatch stating that cholera is raging at Mazatlan and has also broken out at Guaymas People arc leaving the nfected districts in largo numbers Cajeme Bites the Dust Another Atrocious Chanter In thn Tllil - r Deviltry The City of Montreal Ohaugod Into LXJZABK Mo Knobher21 The BjUI KTnob-Anril a Lake - 5Aiation is becoming more serious 1 u58i- uay ana reucu the prisoners are showing Yesterdav uneasiness An Ico Inn Caiurn the Itlirr lo Itiir Four iconsiuerable Churluy Graves a prominent member of IV et In n Many JUiuiIrs Orcut Iauing the midnight raiders entered tho confes and SudcciriK IBlOnaL and after n lon stnrv of th raid Jho had attended giving the names of the MoNTRrAL Can April 22 Montreal and men who Had accompanied him he fixed the Valley of the St Lawrence in the im- tho murder of Geo Edens on John Mat mediate vicinity is again inundated An thewsOn tho first assault on Edens houso ice gorge caused by an immense field of George was shot down but not killed Af Â¬ lake ice which crashing into the basin ter ransacking the house the masked men above Victoria Bridge caued a movement reined and Georges mother was holding in front of tho city soon became jammed head while ho lay on tho floor A at the head of St Helens Island causing man Speared at tho door and took delib- tho water to rise four feet in as miUsy viuvu aim ai mo woumi2ViiiMjyiMVMl minutes Moodinir EolnLsS Charles R if-- bullet through his head killing fintownjCchnmissionor St Paul McGill s says ho mot John Matthews com Â¬ and all other lowly lying localities Tho ing from tho houso and heard him say that Grand Trunk shops and yards aro also un- he was mad because he had been wounded der water The Albion Hotel ami the m tho back of tho head and had returned Western House have two feet of water in to the house just as the party wero leavtheir dining rooms St Anns Market ha ing and finished the work begun on Geo four feet of water and Chaboilloz Square Edens Parsons Simons and Will Newton has the appearance of an liiland Like Tho want to make confessions to save themNuns Island is under waternnd tin ee hun- selves but the prosecution refuse to ac dred head of cattlo reported drowned The cept them as they say they now hayo nuns themselves had to llee for their lives enough testimony in their night dresses In the poorer A Pennsylvania Enoch Arden quarters of the city the suffering is great Reatuxo Yk April 21 About sevenas the poor people have no means of obtaining provisions Relief eonnmtves teen years ago Benjamin Zimmerman a farmer of Hereford Township nre now being formed On tho south sido of the river Lit Prairie St Lambert and this county mysteriously disappeared Longuevillo are under water At the lat Every effort to obtain souio clew as to his place those living on tho river bank whereabouts was without success His were awakened by the ice crashing into wife and three daughters managed tho and prospered The wife tho houses carrying away the roofs and farm walls Some of the people had miraculous under tho belief that her husband eicapes The tine residence of Richard had died in the far West wedded which cost thousands to again Last evening a stranger appeared Swardon At St and he finally introduced himself as tho build is a completo wreck Hlllaro two store houses havo been long missing Benjamin Zimmerman Ho demolished From tho back river tho had been a resident of Buffolo N Y same disastrous intelligence is received for some years and ilaims to be tho owner barns and bridges having been carried of three valuable properties in that city away and an immense loss of live stock It Is understood that his wife will mist oft sustained Thelossto the business com- her second husband and return to her first but not as love munity here is heavy high as last year as many wero prepared Lost by Shipwreck for the emergency Tho blasting oxperi 21 Ottawa a complete failure and Victoria B Cn Aprilan A special from mentshave proved C gives account of a ter have had no effect on the ice rible shipwreck accompanied by tho loss of thirty threo lives which took place oft DIVIDING THE PROFITS the coast of Oregon about thirty miles A Chicago Ilrni ilc It liinplnjrr Oicr north of Capo Flattery during the early part of this month Tho information was Thirteen ThoiManil Dollar Cm aio April 22 A year ago the firm brought in by four Kyuginot Indians who of Norton Bros of this city decided to arrived at Victoria this morning having adopt tho profit sharing system with its occupied ten days in inakinctho overland employes The firm promised to divide a journey from tho scene of tho wreck Tho certain portion of its profits for the year vessel Is believed to bo the schooner Ac among the employes who had worked for tive in the general coast trade long over- Â¬ the firm for at least six months during tho due year and who had not left their work A Rat Story without the conseut of tho firm or who Lancaster Pa April 21 Ambrose Sin had not been discharged for cause Tho firm guaranteed the sum to bo divided to gleton and his brother keep a store at Mbe no less than 10000 and expected tho echanics Grove and the buiding is infested men to refrain from striking or in any way with rats They have heretofore been interfering with their business The men looked upon only as disagreeable pests but now a war of exterminaton is being readily consented to this arrangement and yesterday the firm divided 13275 waged because one of the rodents attacked child among the 23 employes each employe re and nearly killed a ceiving a sum in proportion to the amount It forced its head into the childs mouth preventing earned during the year Each employe thusflesh from its crying and ate away and received nearly T per cent on his earn- tho lower jaw tho roof of tho mouthsomo The ings Tho earnings of tho men ran from the of saving the physicians have hope childs life 30 to f 1500 m the year and each there50 to 77 70 Tho fore received from Baptist Foreign Missions system resulted in general satisfaction all Chicago April 21 The Western Divi around sion of tho Womens Baptist Foreign Missionary Society convened here to day Tho Diaz Delighted President Citt or Mexico April22 Tho Constitu report of the secretarytoshowed that tho support foreign ional Amendment passed the House of society had paid 211723 Deputies last night by an overwhelming missions while 3nt2 had paid the homo majority Tho proposition allow one re expenses There havo been received as olection of a President that is two succes contributions from twenty seven States sive terms The nmendmont now goes to f27S7t and thero is a balance on hand of the Senate where it will probably bo 44Ss Tho report of tho corresponding Ratification by secretary recommended a system of passed without debate tho State Legislatures is said to be as- wecklv contributions in churches sured By Americans hero this action is Never Saw Such Hall Before interpreted as meaning the re election of Rolling Fork Mis April 21 At 215 of Mex Diaz and consequent advancement this afternoon a hail storm passed over ican railroad stocks and Government se- Â¬ this section the like of which has never curities been witnessed hero before When tho hail first began to fall the people thought Bomb Throwing in Milwaukee Milwaukee Wis April 22 A sensation the roofs wero being torn from their was caused on Wisconsin street near tho houses It hailed steadily for thirteen bridge this afternoon by the violent ex- minutes and hail stones fell that wero plosion of a bomb which is supposed to larger than hens eggs Holes were knockhave beon thrown from a street car ed in the roofs of houses and trees wero Fragments of the bomb which was cased partially stripped of their foliage with copper were blown in all directions Killed by Indians The police have secured some of the pieces Vernon Tex April 21 News has just of tho missile and aro now working up reached hero that a band of Kiowa and the case Comancho Indians killed W A Strinson Socialism in Politics and two of his men ncar his ranchc in Chicago April 22 It is reported that Greer County Tuesday It is feared that the three great Socialistic organizations a general outbreak is Timminent t of tho United States the Socialistic Labor Kilpatricks War Horse Dead Workingmens party the International Middletown NY April 21 Old Sport Association and the Working People Asabout to coalesce and form tho horse which General Kilpatrick rodo sociationare in his famous expeditions during the war one body with n general Executive Board and as a unite will take part In all politi- died at DcckcrtownNJ a few days ago Ho was thirty three years old cal fights Â¬ 3rty Commenting on the verdict of im Â¬ prisonment for life pronounced by the jurv against the prisoners on trial for the murder of Express Messenger Nichols the Chicago Herald says It was the instant and unanimous verdict of the jury that tried Watt and Schwartz that both were guilty of the atrocious murder of Kelftigg Nichols Such a conviction was forced prob- Â¬ ably upon theininds of most persons who followed the trial ns repqrted in the newspapers The verdict vns Tm- - An Assertion That the Tury In tho Watt Schwnrtr Case Krreil If t All on tho Milo of Mercy to tho Culprit him--Gr- avf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- o nViWifiiV more P niltv the death properly have been pronounced upon them for the killing of a brave man en Â¬ gaged in the faithful performance of a duty defending his trust fearlc sly and aggressively until stricken down by vnlgar robbers who for protection probably from the consequences of their crime became as nMiis was not only an aetrocious it was also a despi Â¬ cable crime The mere robbery would have justified the imposition of a long term of imprisonment upon the offend Â¬ ers The crime deepened into murder condemned the is not sufficiently t e ir luiyitwJffU neuUtmiiit 0 Va tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ asasMiis are not adequately punished It is odd then short of the gibbet that where there was such unanimity of conclusion as to the guilt of the accused and a sentence which regarded as merciful bo might under the circumstances any sugÂ¬ gestion should be offered that the punishment named by the jury is ex- Â¬ The prisoners siiv entitled to treme the usual iwiew but upon the finding of their guilt a finding generally con Â¬ ceded to accord with the fact they aro entitled to no consideration whatever If guilty they may thank their stars that the jury has been so lenient as to give them i life sentence Tho case seems to have been fairly tried The State was zealous and inde Â¬ fatigable The defence was the strong Â¬ est that could be made It is highly tho jury has erred To improbable that seek mpafhy for tho prisoners while admitting their guilt is ridiculous In the horrible crime there wasnt i single mitigating circumstance MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS -- Personal Apponrnnce Illvii Â¬ of tho Unrortunntf r lUlzahoth Â¬ ld Her complexion though likened by lirnntoluc to alabaster and hory does not seem to have possessed the clear Â¬ ness and brilliancy which the compari Â¬ son implies for Sir James Melville though anxious to indicate his Queens claim to be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm Â¬ Trade Dollar Redemption ot Fora Washington April22 The total amount CoLoincs trade dollars redeemed to date is 5231 ker has commuted to imprisonment for 000 which amount will be increased f 100 life the death sentence of D J Bowling 00 by recent importation at San Francisco convicted in Licking County O for tho from China Apaches to be Removed Â¬ Will Not Hang Governor O April 21 murdor of John Douglas m Nogales Ariz April 24 Cajeme the famous Yagui Chief was shot to death Friday at Modano twenty miles from Guaymas by tho Mexican authorities No particulars received Schnaebeles Arrest London April 24 Both the French and Man Split in Two Lengthwise Â¬ moval to Mount Vernon Ala of the cular saw and his head and body wero Apaches now confined at Fort Marion St split in two tho entire length Augustine Killed in the Elevator Shalt Stjucuse NY April 21 At Moravia St Augustine Fla April 22 The War Department has ordered the re N Y to day Frank Close fell upon a cir- Â¬ Â¬ Conneksville Ind April 21 Tho ele vator at the Coolcy Morrison furnituro German governments have instituted in Â¬ O Green a prominent lawyer of this city factory fell from the fourth story to tho vestigations in the Schnaebeles arrest If it is shown that he was arrested on French who has just returned from Bandera the cellar this morning killing George Hamp territory it is believed he will be released county seat of Bandera County reports son and probably fatally injuring John From German sources comes the story the discovery of a vein of silver ore near McCormick and W E Barcus The ropes is two broke that there aro numerous charges of high that place which goes feet wide and regardedSome of the employes had long grows wider as it them as unsafe down The distreason against him covery has produced considerable excite o Death of Mr Blaines Brother ment Price of Composition Advanced c Washington April 21 Adjutant Gener- Â¬ 24 The English newsSt Locis April An Embezzler Sentenced al Drum to day received a telegram stat Â¬ papers here have voluntarily advanced New Yoiik April 22 Frank M Scott ing that MaJr John E Blaine Paymaster price of composition three cents per tho book tho Co who brother of Ex Secretary Blaine died at thousand making the rate fortj thrce embezzled keeper of Webster a 101S45 received sentence ol Hot Springs Ark this morning cents six years to day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Silver Discovery in Texas San Antonio Tex April 22 Colonel N and the fairest lady in her country acknowledged that she was less white than Elizabeth The bright- Â¬ ness of her eyes which Hrantomc likened to stars and Chastelard to boa cons has not been questioned but their color is a point about which there is less unanimity opinions varying be Â¬ tween hazel and dark gray- - As regards her hair the discrepancy of contem Â¬ porary authorities is even greater Brautome md Konurd describe a wealth of golden hair and this is to a certain extent confirmed by Sir James Mchille who wiien called upon by Elirabeth to pronounce whether his Queens hair was fairer than her own answered that the fairnes of them To baith was not their worst faltes this however must be opposed the testimony of Nicholas White who writing to Cecil in 15G3 described the Queen as black haired The explana- Â¬ tion of this may possibly lie in Clarys compliance with the fashion introduced In Â¬ about this time of wearing wigs deed Knollys informed White that she wore hair of sundry colors and in a letter to Cecil praised the skill with which Mary Seton the linest busker did of hair to be seen in any country set such a curled hair upon the Queen that was said to be a perewyke that showed very delicately According to one account the Queen of Scots wore black according to an- Â¬ other auburn ringlets on the morning of her execution Iloth however agree in this that when thecfalse covering fell she appeared as gay as if she had been sixty and ten years old Marys hand was white but not small the long tapering lingers mentioned by Rrcntome being inÂ¬ deed a characteristic of some of her She was of tall stature tal- Â¬ portraits ler than Elizabeth which made the Queen of England pronouce her cousin to be too tall she herself being ac- Â¬ cording to her own standard neither too high nor too low Her voice was irresistibly soft and sweet Not only docs Brantome extol it as tres douce et tres bonne and Konsard poetically celebrate it a capable of moving rocks and woods but tKnox although un Â¬ graciously and unwillingly also testi- Â¬ fies to its charms He informs us that at one of her Parliaments the Queen made a paynted orison and that on this occasion thair myclit have been hardamonghir tlatterias Vox Diana The voice of a goddess for it could not be Dei and not A a woman God save the sweet face Vas thair ever oratour pack so properlie and so sweetlie Gentleman s Maqazinc m m eoiiNidvd very Iom Ij WANT TO SHAKE HIM or the IJnt Ofllc Has Been Tho Kepublican Party Want to Ort ltll Th Policy or Blaine IIuV Dont Knoir lliactly Xot to DUcouraico Kuropean Capital How to Do It But to Force CapltalUu Abroad to In- Honestly Yst jt It looks as if the Itepubliean party Certain American citizens who would like very much to havo somo-crossed tho Atlantic not long ago with body help it let go of Mr Blaine In the intention of selling in England or 1884 it was Mire he was the greatest Holland great slices of unimproved man of any age or country It compaland in Qtir Territoris have been red-him with Washington Lincoln brought up with around turn by the Socrates Plato and even the Apoatlo passage of the so called Alien6 Land Â¬ Paul aud in each case the other sub lords act One bfjthcm was ject of the comparison came out sec- Â¬ Stephen W Dojsey who is said to ond best havo had severil atUions of acres to But defeat had a somewhat diseit- sell and whose elaborate dinners in chanting- - effect The charm wds Londonhavci5jlnTiHl tho attention of cracked if not broken It seems now to mnW inUrHrfSTOnfi af Smtlt tglksfiSr Jltim terothVtirermost cans have bcenonering to foreign in devoted BJaimacs are seeking somo vestors a triile of 79000000 acres or new love Awhile ago the favorite two nnd one half times the area of the seemed to be Allison ow it is Sher- Â¬ State of Xew York situated some- Â¬ man It is even said that Whitelaw where in the wonderful Southwest Keid has written a letter declaring that where enormous ranches and bound Â¬ Blaine must be whole heartedly aban- Â¬ less Spanish grants giow from nothing doned and Sherman whole heartedly in a single night But the foreigners taken up The story is confirmed ardor has suddenly Ijcmi chilled and Sherman is just thceman for the the American speculators have been nomination He is rich like Blaine discouraged by the news that the and like Blaine personally interested in United States Government proposes to several of the great corporations which keep the land for American citizens seek Government favoritism Ho is not Our London correspondent says that magnetic but he has even more of the English will not buy They dis Â¬ the magnetic metals than Blaine and play much anxiety concerning invest Â¬ for campaign purposes he has them ments heretofore made in American better invested lie can work sev- lands and will take no more risks oral of his enterprises in his own inter-Â¬ Tho largest company of negotiating est He may not be generous with his agents in Europe has resolved that it cash but so determined a candidate will no longer deal in our Territorial with such a big barrel ought to think lands or securities The act of Con- Â¬ nothing of a million or so There aro gress that has so flattened out the various channels where it would help market for American grants and to keep him from being a deadhead in ranches has been cabled to South in the enterprise Africa and probably to other col Â¬ The party is going to need a barret onies to make a boom in real estate candidate worse than it ever has It there upon the assumption that the has lost the United States Treasury stream of English capital will be di- Â¬ lost the Pension Department lost the verted from American grazing dis Â¬ post offices and lost the bloody shirt tricts to lands nniler the protection of Hence the need of a barrel British laws They are very anxious to get in Possibly the Englishmen will not again however and not scrupulous as suffer by reason of this new law Ow- Â¬ to the methods The will throw ing to the activity of our General Land Blaine overboard if necessary Whcth- Ollice the detection of almost innumer er he and his friends will throw them able cases of fraud on our public lands overboard remains to be tested It U promises to unsettle the titles of predicted that he will make it mutual some vast estates built up by fraudu- Â¬ and very cordial There are still lent entry Even if the Alien Land- Â¬ enough Blaine men to make it rather lords act wero not on the statute book drizzly for any other candidate They the purchase of some of these expanded think Blaine is far the strongest candi- Â¬ grants and ranches might be a profit- Â¬ date and they will at bost havo little less transaction Even ex Senator Dor heart in tho campaign of a rival seys great ranch has been shorn of Still tho party as a whole would like some of its outrving principalities to shake him It hardly knows how At the command of the President and goes about it with visible awk- he has taken down fifty miles of fence wardness But it may succeed and at by which he had inclocd a great tract any rate it will have a very interesting to which he had no title The expanded time trying There is a little moro Maxwell grant so well known in Hol- Â¬ than a year to do it in If twero done land is still in thr cors Federal when tis done twere well twere dono officers nre reporting every week ex- Â¬ quickly Otherwise tho Chicago scenes panded Spanish grants for reclamation of 18S0 aro likely to be repeated Bcs The large investment made by Scottish Moines Leader capitalists in Humboldt County Cal Far from Disastrous is in danger because the lands in ques- Â¬ tion were obtained by the boldest Next to the sectional issue in 1884 -- -- Ofc -- f -- N l fraud and the Government is prose- Â¬ cuting the thieves with the purpose of punishing them and recovering the plunder Cougress has vcry properly under- Â¬ taken to prevent the establishment of the landlord and tenant system of Great Britain in our Territories Too many large tracts of land in the far West are already held by English peers It was intended by those who made our laws for the distribution of public land that the land should go into the bands of actual settlers in small parcels Their purpose has been defeated in thousands of cases by fraud Possibly the Alien Landlord bill would not have been passed if tho tracts now held by foreign capitalists had not been procured fraudulently TJicso capitalists or their agents have induced unscrupulous citizens to commit the frauds by which their estates have been created or they have bought the estates from citizens who fraudu- Â¬ lently took them from the public do- Â¬ main We have land thieves enough of our own and they are sufficiently active even when the arc not stimulated by the use of foreign capital The Gov- Â¬ ernment is now striving in the face of great obstacles to preserve for actual settlers the remnantof our public lands that has not been taken by syndicates Rnd speculators5 These lands are needed for the use of small farmers Foreign investors should understand that the American people do not de- Â¬ sire to shut out European capital but propose that it shall be invested if in vested at all honestly nnd in accord- Â¬ ance with the spirit of our institutions They are not willing that it shall bo used to support thosowho steal public land or for the establishment of vast estates upon which Aincrieen citizens can live only as the tenants of a foreign owner X Y Times Â¬ the Republican orators and organs pinned their faith in success tothe ar- Â¬ gument that the Democratic victory would bring hard times They0 had nothing to say about the kind of times that Republican Administration had brought but they bawled vociferously in the public ear their predictions of the ruin that would follow Clevelands Some of the dimensions of election this ruiu have just been ascertained through inquiries made by Bradstreets as to the condition of the work and wages As a result of these inquiries Bradstreets states that there are at least 400000 more industrial employes at work than in 1885 and that wages have on the whole together with full time now as against reduced hours of labor then brought the receipts of la- Â¬ bor generally to the level of 1881 82 In some instances they have been ad- Â¬ vanced still higher The following table from the same c source gives some very interesting com parison as to the changes in sundry in- Â¬ dustries since 1882 J Dtcrtatt Inereaif 1SS2 to 1SS4 lSSi to 1S17 35000 Clothlns operatives 20OH Cotton goods operatives --M000 goods operatives Woolen 18000 Boot and shoo operatives Tobacco and cigar operatives 13000 80000 Iron and steel operatives 0ono 23000 JXO 16000 92000 lCOl Betroil Free Press 03o Murderer Arrested m -- Louisville Kt April 21 Albert Tur-Â¬ ner a mulatto was arrested and confessed to the murderous assault on Jennie Bow- Â¬ man while burglarizing the residence of Mr A Y Johnson He was sent to Frank Â¬ fort to escape lynching A Determined Suicide Â¬ - Baltimore April 24 The wife of Dr W Wilson a dentist of Baltimore while suffering from insomnia took a dose of corrosive sublimate cut her throat and threw herself from a second story window She is dcad- Suicide of a Love Lorn Lass Muscie Ind April 24 This morning when the parents of Miss Anna Scott liv ing two miles north of Muncic went to her room they found her dj ing from a pistol shot in her head Sho had covered herself up with several quilts so the noiso would not be heard Sho died at noon Her parents had opposed her in a love affair They arc wealthy and now rcccivo the re- Â¬ jected suitor with open arms Â¬ San Fkancisco April 21 The steamer City of Sydney which arrived to day from nor married yesterday and killed himself and Japan brought ono hundred to day He was a wealthy gentleman an China and eighty thousand trade dollars which owner of considerable mining property in aro to be redeemed for standard dollars the West principally m Colorado He The last Chinese steamer brought two was the stepson of General William Lilly hundred and seventy thousand M a distinguished Pennsylvanlan His relaA Lunatics Third Murder tives aro unable to account for his actions Nichoxasville Kr April 21 Joe Shel Agitating Prohibition in Canada ton a lunatic confined in tho county jail Ottawa Ont April 22 The Dominion here killed Sam Million a convict with Alliance here has decided that a bill be In- a piece of wood This is Sheltons third tro duced in the Dominion Parliament pro- murder mmviding for total prohibition Â¬ Marries and Then Suicides Philadelphia April 22 Samuel DCon- Trade Dollars from China Â¬ Maude At Miss Doolittles lunch- Â¬ eon to day the girls were all talking about your marriage Mamie They said your husband was old and de-Â¬ crepit and that you married him for Mamie his money And what did Maude ou say Maude I said j you did nQt do any such thing Mamie H havc you seen mv husband Maude Mamie Maude No I Boston Budget thought not American vessels from going into Ca Â¬ nadian ports for anypurpose whatever except for shelter in stress of weather To limit tho operation of the act to a new measure of protcction to a ret-Â¬ icular trade would be putting upon the consumers of fish the entire burden and cost of the difficulty It is grati- Â¬ fying to know that President Cleveland does not take so low a view of his pub- Â¬ lic duties and that he will not assent in advance to such an act of injustice Indeed his letter may bo construed as a promise that when he does act he will contrive that the burden and cost shall be fairly distributed and that no class or section shall get the advantage of any other class or section by reason of what is at best a serious public mis- Â¬ fortune iV Y Post m It may be expedient to prohibit Thomas Jeffersons Eulogist Mr Blaine is in trouble again over a When he appeared beforetho speech St Louis Chamber of Commerce tho other day he pitched upon tho late Thomas Jefferson as a safe topic for a few remarks and when he got through he probably Supposed that he was all right for once But the St Louis papers published stenographic reports of his speech and those reports made the historian speak of Jefferson as that great man who in the annals of American greatness should stand next to Washington These reportswere no sooner circulated than good Repub Â¬ lican organs liko the Dayton Oi Journal began to make such remarks Has Mr Blaine forgotten as this Abraham Lincoln in the midst of tho glories of emancipation and the infamy of the pro slavery State rights resolu- Â¬ Of tions of Thomas Jefferson course Mr Blaine will explain that it wasrall the fault of the stenographer and that He really paid a hearty tribute to Lincoln which tho short hand re porter unaccountably failed to catch Ar r Post Â¬ in the residence of James Loftus blew up while his wifo was preparing supper this evening knocked the woman down and burned and bruised her fatally The build ing wasset on fire and an alarm sounded but tho house was easily saved All the left sido of tho woman was burned to a ciisp She will dio to night Bellaike Killed by a Gasoline Explosion O April 22 A gasolino stovo Germany possesses some green sands peculiarly adapted to the Two Liva Princes founders purposes especially the BerÂ¬ San Fkascisco April 21 Among tho lin sands and this fact doubtless ac- Â¬ passengers on the City of Sidney arriving to day wero Prince Frederick Leopold of counts in a great measure for- the of the pro- Â¬ Prussia a nephew of Emperor William of delicacy and superiority Germany and Prince Louis Estcrhazy of duction of the Berlin founders These Austria an their suites who are making Berlin sands are found in the brown a tour of tho world coal formation or in the diluvial for- Â¬ m m mation in tho coal measures of Stettin Chief Justice Cartters Successor - City or Both Killed in a Duel Mexico April 24 Colonel Lunoz A ft ia and M M Zuralla of the Mexican army fought a duel at San Luis Potosi They llroa nimultaneously and both vere killed April 21 Judge Edward P Bingham of Columbus O was apÂ¬ Tornado in Missouri pointed Chief Justice of tho Supreme St Louts April 22 A tornado swept Court of tho District of Columbia to till over tho northern part of Vernon County the vacancy caused by the death of Jrttice Missouri last night Trees were uprooted Cartten houses destroyed and fifteen persons wore killed Washington etc Boston Budget A Bucks County farmer who sent ten dollars to a Philadelphia address in answer to an advertisement of tho finest feed etitter in America received in return two dollar sot of false teetbi The theory of Government work is that it must be put through by processes as nearly mechanical as may be so thaftthe death of a clerk or his removal will not throw an entire office out of gear and so that the dishonesty of any one servant will be promptly discovered when the work on which he practiced it is turned over to a fellow-sen-afor the next stage of its Senater Coekrell and his progress If committee can find ajWay of simplifyÂ¬ ing the processes jeccisary to the proper protcction of h Government their discovery wilUbe warmly wel comedby none lHore than by th civil servants direetir inter s ted nt i Wathinqlon Stan riSBU Sherman Himself Converted The now South has won another con- Â¬ vert in tho person of Senator John Sherman author of iThe Bloody Lo tho Counted Out Shirt Poor Negro and other popular works Before Mr Sherman started on his trip he read Mr Gradys utterances with a cynical smile After returning from the South he condescended to say that the better clement of the whites was disgusted with the action of the pro- Â¬ prietor of a hotel who refused to admit negroes to see the Senator and told how lie saw a Governor shaking hands with a party of colored men This is indeed a victory A change has come over Senator Shermans spirit and after another visit one may expect to see him make a quit claim deed of his bloody shirt to Senator Hiar remodel his speeches and go before the coun Â¬ try as the champion of the rigfcta f tJrecoUon bU CAfaf Jft -3 2 JF r A f 5H - ri-- WGT2 jt jg3EHEFMiSy5r YMf ilMBl Jlal ZiJSjF- - tlW - rzTj u 4 - - BEHIND THE COUNTER Or Trials and Encouragements of Salesmen ana saleswomen fH vATWord sbob to Employe that Should Not Fait Unobserved Dr Taluuges Ser H- - R -- Again I counsel clerks in this house to search out what arc the unlawful and dishonest demands of an establishment and resist them In the six thousand years that have passed there has never beeit an occasion when it was ones duty to sin airiinst God It is never right to do wrong If the head men of the firm expect of you dishonesty disappoint them Oh you say I should lose my place Better lose your place than lose your souL But you w ill not lose your pljce Christian heroism is always honored You go to the head man of your store and say Sir I want to serve you I want to oblige you it is from no lack of industry on my part but this thing seems to me to be wrong and it is a sin against my con science it is a sin against God and I beg you sir to excuse me He may flush up and swear but he will cool down and he will have more admiration for you than for those who submit to his evil dictation and while they sink you will rise Do not light cln the first place I counsel clerks to re because of seeming temporary advantage member that for the most part their clerk- - give up your character young man Un ship is only a school from which they are der God that is the only thing you have to be graduated It takes about eight to build on Give up that you give up years to get one of the learned profes- Â¬ every thing That employer asks a for sions It takes about eight years to get young man to hurt himself and eternity expects him to be a merchant Some of you will be time clerks all your lives but the vast majority to make a wrong entry or change an of you arc only in a transient position invoice or say goods cost so much when E After a while some December dav the they cost less or impose upon the ver- Â¬ head men of the firm will call you into dancy of a customer or misrepresent a style of fabric How dare he demand of the back office and they will say to you Now you have done well by us wc are you any thing so insolent There is one style of temptation that going to do well by you Wc invite you to have an interest in our concern You will comes on n groat many of 6ur clerks and bow to that edict very gracefully GetÂ¬ that is upon those who are engaged in Now that ting into a street car to go home what is called drumming is o an old comrade will meet you and occupation be just as honorable as any conducted in accord with say What makes you look so happy to other if it day when night 0you will say nothing noth- - ones conscience In thisbusiness allthere our But in a few days your name will arc so many rivalries in Qing blossom on tho sign Either in the store commercial establishments ought to have or bank where you are now or in some men abroad who arc seeking for opportuother store or bank you will take a higher nities for merchandise Thcro can be no position than that which you now occupy objection to that But there aro promerchants in the So I feel to day that I am standing before fessed Christian people whowill yet have their hand on the week night prayer meeting who have helm of the worlds commerce and you clerks abroad in New York conwill turn it this way and that now clerks ducting merchants of Cincinnati and but tojbe bankers importers insurance Chicago and St Louis through the debaucheries of tho great town in order to company directors shippers contractors There superintendents of railroads your voice secure their custom for the store on Change mighty standing fore Â¬ arc in stores in New York and Brooklyn in most the great financial drawers in which there aro kept moneys and religious enterprises of the which the clerks aro to go and get whatday For though wc who are in tho pro- Â¬ ever they want to conduct these people The fessions may on the platform plead for through the dissipations of tho city the philanthropies after all the merchants head men of the firm wink at it and in muBtcomo forward with their milliQns to some places actually demand it professed One would think sustain the movement Be therefore pa- Â¬ Christian merchants tient and diligent in this transient posi that the prayer would freeze on their lips tidh You are now where you can learn and they would fall back dead at the sound things you can never learn in any other of their own song What chance is there place What you consider your disad for a young man when commercial estab lishments expect such things of them vantages are your grand opportunity You see an affluent father some day come Amongall things infernal I pronounce that tho most damnable Young man how Sown on a prominent street with his son who bas just graduated from the uni will that firm treat you when you are utterly despoiled and dragged out with versiVy and establishing him in busi ness putting 100003 of capital in the sin going through tho haunts of iniquity for the purpose of getting customers for store Well you are envious You say How will they treat you O if I only had a chance like that young their store man iM only had a father to put 100003 Oh they will give you a pension They in a business for me then I would have will build you a fine house They will get Will they not some chance in the world Be not envi- Â¬ you a horse and carriage ous You have advantages over that No Some da- - you will go to the store young man which he has not over you shabby intoxicated worn out in their As well might I come down to the docks service and they will say John you arc when a vessel is about to sail for Valpa- Â¬ a disgrace to our house Now just look raiso and say Lct me pilot this ship out at yourself Accountant how much do A dollar and thirty of the Narrows Why I would sink we owe this man crew and cargo before I got out of cents th harbor simply because I know Wellnow here here it is 1130 Go nothing about pilotage Wealthy sea off Dont be hanging around the store captains- put their sons bo Magnanimity superb They stole the lusfore the mast for tho reason that they ter from his eye and tho color from his know that it is the only place where they cheek and the honor from his soul and can learn to be successful sailors It is then they kicked him out If such pro- Â¬ only under drill that people get to under fessed Christian merchants do not go stand pilotage and navigation and I want straight to hell I dont know any use of you to understand that it takes no more having such a place Oh young men disskill to conduct a vessel out of the harbor appoint the expectations of that firm dis- and across the sea than to steera cojnmer- - l appoints thoo customers t tacserthlnjjs 3S2ctaletfelUfement clear of the rocks You u ui juu ipu may sen an see every day the folly of people going in- Â¬ extra case of goods you may sell an extra to a business they know nothing about roll of silk but thetrouWe is you may A manmakes a fortune in one business have to throw your soul toboot in the bar- Â¬ thinks there Is another occupation more gain comfortable goes into it and sinks Again I counsel all clerks to conquer all Many of the commercial establishthe trials of their particular positions ments of our cities are giving to their One great trial for clerks is tho inconsid clerks a mercantile education as thorough eration of customers Thero arc pcoplo as Yale or Harvard or Princeton is giving who aro entirely polite everywhere else scientific attainment to the students ma- Â¬ but gruff and dictatorial and contemptible triculated Tho reason thcro arc so many when they come into a store to buy any men foundering in business from year to thing There are thousands of men and year is because their early mercantile women who go from store store to price education was neglected Ask these men things without any idea toof purchase high in commercial circles and they will They aro not satisfied until every roll tell you they thank God for this severe dis-Â¬ of goods is brought they cipline of there early clerkship You can af- Â¬ have pointed out all down and imagthe real or ford to endurethe wilderness march if it is inary defects ThSy try on all kinds of gojngtoendinthc vineyards and orchards kid gloves and of tho promised land But you say Will and they put stretch them out of shape on the womanly clerks in our stores have and walk to the all styles of cloaks mirror promotion Yes Time is coming when would look and then they to sec howit sail out of the women will bo as well paid for their toil storo saying I will not take it to day in mercantile circles as men are now paid which meahs I dont for theirtolL Time is coming when a wo Â¬ ingthe clerk amid a want Hat all lcav man willoe allowed to do anv thing she laces and cloths to wreck of ribbonsand smooth out 500 worth can dowelL It is only a little while ago of goods not one cent of which did that when women knew nothing of telegraphy roan or womantuy or expect to buy Now and they were kept out of a great many 1 call that a dishonesty of the on commercial circles where they are now customer If a boy runs the part and into a store the time will go on until lakes a roll or goods oft the woHianrvho at one counter in a sneaks out into the streetthe counter and you all join in tier sella ten thousand dollars worth of the cry pell mell When I Stop thief goods in one year will get as high a salary see you go into a as tie man who at the other counter of the buy any thing but store not expecting to to price things stealing sane store sells ten thousand dollars the time of the clerk and stealing the worth of goods All honor to Lydia the s emPloyer I i7rm Iflwern QVt MyJ too Stopt Christian saleswoman Andnn passing wmen I night 84 well say that you merchants persons most need the grace of God amid who have female clerks in your stores their anupyancesl would say Dry goods agkt to treat them with great courtesy clerks All the indignation fcfaM when thty arc not i about the high prices comet of custoinors on the clerk ii Â¬ Dr Talmage took Bbooklts April Uhe two following passages for his text And a certain woman morning I this named Lydia a seller of purple of the city Thyatira which worshiped God heard Acts us whose heart the Lord opened Seest thou a man diligent in his xvi 14 business he shall stand boforo Kings ii 20 The preacher said Prov The first passage introduces to a Christian merchantess Her business is to deal in purple cloths or silk She is not a giggling nonentity but a practical woman not ashamed to work for her living All the other women of Thil lippi and Thyatira have been forgotten but God has made immortal in our text Lydia the Christian saleswoman The other text shows you a man with head and iand aud heart and foot all busy toiling on up until he gains a princely Sccst thou 45 man diligent in success He shall stand before his business Great encouragement in these Kings two passages for men and women who will bo busy but no solace for those who are waiting lor good luck to show them at the foot of tho rainbow a casket of buried gold It is folly for any body in this world to wait for something to turn up It will turn down The law of thrift is as inexorable as the law of the tides Fortune the magician may wave her arm in that direction until cmlcs and palaces come but she will after a1 Wnilo invert the same wand and all the splendors will vanish into thin air There are certain styles of behavior which lead to usefulness honor and per Â¬ manent success and there arc certain styles of behavior which lead to dust dishonor and moral default 1 would like to fire the ambition of young people 1 have no sympathy with those who would pre pare young folks for life by whittling down their expectations That man or woman nothing to Church t or State will be Vorihliftrcowed down The who begins business of Christianity is not to quench but to direct human ambition Therefore ltfis that 1 come out this morning and utter words of encouragement to those who are occupied as clerks in the stores and shops and bankirg houses ol thecountry You say Why select one class and talk to one specially this morning For tho same reason that a burgeon does not open the door of a hospital and throw in a bushel of prescriptions Come now and get your medisaying cine lie firstfeelsthe pulse watches the symptoms and then prescribes for that jparticular case So to day I must Ins specific The people in this audience who are clerk are not an exceptional class o f They belong to a great company of tens of thousands who are inthiscountryamid cir-Â¬ cumstances which will either make or break them for time and for eternity I a should be very slow to acknowledge that tho clerks malo and female of other ckies are any more honest or faithful than tJieclcrks of our own cMy Many of these people have already achieved a Christian manliness Vrhich will be their passport to any position I have seen their trials 9 I have watched their perplexities There are evils abroad which need to be hunted downand dragged out into the noonday 24 ou-Lydia Â¬ Â¬ j Btt positively let tnem engaged down In Engla id and the United States Physicians have protested against the habit of compelling the womanly clerks in the stores to stand when it was not necessary for them to stand Therefore 1 add to the protest of physicians the protest of the Christian Church and in the name of good health and that God who has made the womanly constitution more delicate than mans I demand that you let her sit down The second counsel I have to give to the clerks who arc here to day is thatyou seek out what are the lawful regulations of your establishment and thon submit to them Every well ordered houso has its usages In military life on ships deck in commercial life there must be order and discipline Those people who do not learn how to obey will never know how to command 1 will tell you what young man will reach ruin financial and moral it is the young maa - who thrusts Nohis thumb into his vest and says body shall dictate to me 1 am my own master I will not submit to the regulations of this house Between an estab- Â¬ lishment which all the employes are under thorough discipline and the establishment in which the employes do about as they choose is tho difference between success and failure between rapid accumulation and utter bankruptcy Do not come to tho store ten minutes after time Be there within two seconds after Do not thmk any thing too slgnficant to do well Do not say Its only just once From the most important transaction in commerce down to the particular style in which you tic a string around a bundle obey orders Do not get easily disgusted While others in the store may lounge or fret or complain you go with ready hands and cheerful fare and contented spirit to your work When the bugle sounds the good soldier asks no JJueitions but shoulcanteen and ders his knnpqar- fills Do listens for the command of March not get the idea that your interests and those of your cmpl6yer are antagonistic Uis success will be your honor His embarrassment will be your dismay Exposo none of the frailties Do Tell no store secrets of the firm not blab Uebuff those perons who come to find out from clerks what ought never be known outside tfce store Do not be among those young men who take on a mysterious air wKfen something is said against the firm that employs them as I could Jell you some much as to say Do not be things if I would but I wont among those who imagine they can build themselves up by pulling somebody else down Bo not ashamed to be a subÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ altern - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Instance A great war comes The manufactories are closed The pcoplo go off to battle The price of goods runs up A customer comes into a store Goods How much is that have gone up A dollar OutraA dollar worth Why who is to geous A dollar blamo for the fact that it has got to be a dollar Docs the indignation go out to the manufacturers on tho banks of the Merri mac because they have closed up No Docs tho indignation go out toward the employer who is out at his country seat No It comes on the clerk He got up the warl He levied the taxes Heputupthe rents Of course the clerk Then a great trial comes to clerks in the fact that they see the parsimonious side oT human nature You talk about lies behind the counter there are just as many lies before the countpr Augustine speaks of a man who advertised that he would on a certain occasion tell the people what was in their hearts A great crowd assembled and he stepped to the front and I will tell you what is m your said hearts To buy cheap and sell dear Oh people of Brooklyn lay not aside your ur banity when you como into a store Treat the clerks like gentlemen and ladies proving yourself to be a gentleman or a Remember that If the prices aro lady high and your purse is lean that is no fault of tho clerks And if you have a son or a daughter amid those perplexities of commercial life and such a one comes home all worn out be lenient and know that the martyr at the stake no more certainly needs the grace of God than our young people amid the seven times heated exasperations of a clerks life Then there arc all the trials which como to clerks from the treatment of inconsid- Â¬ erate employers There are professed Christian men in this city who have no more regard for their clerks than they have for the scales on which the sugars aro woijjhed A clerk is no more than so mnch store furniture No consideration for their rights or their interests Not one word of encouragement from sunrise to sunset nor from January to December But when any thing goes wrong a streak ofdustonthe counter or a box with the cover off thunder showers of scolding Men imperious capricious cranky toward their clerks their whoie manner as much as to say All the interest I have in you is to see what I can get out of you Then there arc an the trials of incompetent wages Some of you remember when the war broke out and all merchandise went up and merchants woro madn millionaires in six months by the siniplo rise Did the clerk get in the value of goods advantage of that rise Sometimes not always 1 saw estates gathered in those times over which the curse of God has hung ever since The cry of unpaid men and women in thoso stores reached the Lord of Sabaoth and the m indignatien of God has been around those establishments ever since rumbling in the carriage wheels Hashing in the chandeliers glowing from the crimson upholstery thundering in tho long roll of the ten pin aLey Such men may build up palaces of merchandise heaven high but after a while disaster will come along and put one hand on this pillar and another hand on that pillar and throw itself forward until down will come the whole structure crushing tho worshipers as grapes are mashed in a wine press There are boys in establishments who are ruined in prosperous establishments ruined by their lack of compensation In how many prosperous stores it has been for the last twenty years that boys were given just enough money to teach them how to steal Some were seized upon by the police The vast majority of in stances were not known The head of tho firm asked Where is George now O he isnt here any more A lad might better starve to death on a blasted heath than take one cent from his employer AVoo be to that employer who unnecessarily puts a temptation in a boys way There have been great establish ments in these cities building marble palaces their owners dying worth millions and millions who made a vast amount of their estate out of the blood and muscle aiid nerve of half paid clerks Such men as well I will not mention any name But I mean men who gather up vast estates at the expense of the people who were ground under their heel say such merchants Oh if you dont like it here then go and got a betAs much as to say ter place Ive got you in my grip and I mean to hold you you cant get any other place Oh what a contrast we see between such men and those Christian merchants of Brooklyn and New York who to day are sympathetic with their clerks when they pay the salary acting in this way This salary that I give you is not as my interest in you You are an immortal manj ou arc an immortal woman I am interested in your present and your everlasting welfare I want you to understand that if I am a little higher up in this store I am beside you in Christian sympathy Â¬ A GOOD TEACHER Hio Lesion Which America 3IBQt THE RUSSIAN SOLDIER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ orrTaxanthrna There is such a radical difference in the wny in which tho people of Great Britain nnd the people of the United States look at a tax that the contrast must iver W a most interesting one In England the Government has this year reported that there will be a sur- Â¬ plus of a few millions and a demand is at once made for the reduction of taxation which the Ministry prom- Â¬ ises as a matter of course to attend to at the earliest possible day Here in this country there is to he this year n surplus of more than one hundred millions and ono Congress has ad Â¬ journed without taking any action while all the leaders in ono partv and many of those of tho other party in- Â¬ sist and are applauded by the people in the position that they take that the question of removing taxes is one that is- liable to bring so much hardship upon tho republic it must he dealt with with the utmost circumspection if at all In his speeches at tho South and in Cincinnati John Sherman has endeavored to show that a vast sur Â¬ plus i not a rieious thing and that taken as a whole taxation is about tho last tiling that a citizen should com- Â¬ plain of so long as soaic agent of monopoly will insist with sufficient eloquence that it is beneficial instead of burdensome In this country the moil who have been trying for ten years to reduce the burdens laid upon the people in the in Â¬ terest of small intei unta have been laughed at by the very elements that they have sought to serve while th men who have been instrumental in adding to the already oppressive taxes have been rceched with much enthu Â¬ siasm by the people who were most likely to be oppre ed by the excessive levies made upon them The assertion that the people of the United States are not as intelligent as the people of ircat Britain would not he true but it is true that as regards the nature and the ef-Â¬ fects of a tax the humblest clodhopper in England knows more than half of the boastful sovereigns of this country The natural riehne s of the Republic the vast investments of foreign capital teadine-s with the remarkable which immigration has continued and other conditions peculiar to a new and undeveloped country have made the burdens imposed by monopoly and un Â¬ just taxation comparatively light but the time mii st come when they will be felt with the crushing force w hich put an end to them forever in England Of one of the mo t eloquent men who ever sat in the British Parliament Cliaiie- - James Fox his constituents knew little except that he was opposed to unnecessary taxation It was lor o there to admire his statesmanship his eloquence his loft- patriotism and his learning but with his constituents it was enough to know that he was still opposed to heavy and useless taxation So closely was his name associated with this policy that a rhyme like this was made and sung by his supporters whenever he was candidate for -- Un tera tion or 1IU Character IIo is under ordinary circumstances a soft hearted good natured fellow but there are savage instincts in his scmi barbaroua nature which render him capable of almost any brutality if he is once thoroughly excited The An Incident Giving a Striking Illustra- Â¬ awful atrocities committed during the late persecutions of tho Jews are still fresh in our minds and bear witness to the savagery of tho Russian peasant nnd the treatment experienced by the Turcomans both after the capture of Khiva and the fall of Gcok Tepe show that at all evenu in Asia the author- Â¬ ities even encourage the worst passions of the soldier Perhaps SkobclcfTs greatest quality as a successful General was his thorough appreciation of the peculiarities of the men he commanded He had a wonderful hold on their sym- Â¬ pathies aud he enjoyed a popularity with the rank and file such as no other Russian General has ever acquired It was Skobeleff who conducted the pursuit and harrying of the wretch Â¬ ed Yomud Turcomans after Khiva so vividly described by his friend ami ad- Â¬ mirer the American correspondent MacGahan and it was Skobeloil who after the storming of Geok Tepe and the route of its brave Tekkc defend- Â¬ ers gave twenty four hours1 complete liberty to his excited soldiers to work their wicked will on the persons and property of the defenseless families of the dispersed Turcomans Skobeleff thoroughly understood his men and ro cstublihcd his control as deliberate Â¬ ly as lie permitted unbridled license lor exactly twenty four hours the cap- Â¬ tors of Geok Tepe were uncontrolled within six hours of the termination of that period two soldiers were shot for This circumstance trifling crimes coupled with the fact of SkobclcfTs great popularity in the army give a striking indication of tho character of the Russian soldier as judged bj the man who knew him best lilackicooWs Magazine An Unhappy Jcxe 15SL wrote O C Atkins Beaver Beaver Co Pa sprained my wrist badly pain dreadfuL Tried St Jacobs Oil in ten minutes pain ceased am cured October 29 1S0 he writes have had no pains since I had four children sick coughs and sore throat says J T ltidgely Bowling Green Howard County J1J I gave Red Star Cough Cure it cured them cured my- Â¬ self also of hoarseness and chest oppression with It Price twenty live cents At Druggists ANACEV 2 EAT 6000 FOOD found herself in an interesting condtion PURIFIES THE 3BE CHEERFUL Influenced by foolish friends she attempted CHILDREN USE lYPHILXTie Distancs lenas enchantment to the to evade the responsibilities of maternity SWAYNESj MEDICINE BLOOD vlsw was not epokea of tho dollar After ten or twelve days sho camo to mo PILLS iuefc again and she was indeed in a most alarm Â¬ JtJ0ND0H HAIR ing state and suffered terribly I gave her loORESTORER I A llloody Affray is often tho result of bad blood in a fami- Â¬ a table spoonful of tho compound every ly or community but nowhere is bad blood hour for eight chours until sho fell asleep moro destructive of happiness and health she awoke much relieved and evidently than in the human system When the lifo better Sho tho Com- Â¬ currcntis foul and sluggish with impuri- pound and in continued takingbecame tho duo season sho ties and is slowly distributing its poisons mother of a fine healthy boy But for tho to every part of tho body tho peril to health and life even is imminent Early timely use of the medicine sho believes her TIE GREAT CURE FOR symptoms nro dull and drowsy feelings lifo would have been lost sfivcrc headaches coated tongue poor appeDo Tour DroygUt hti the Compound tite indigestion and generallassitude 1 per bottle lay in treatment tnav entail tho most seri- Â¬ consequcnccs Dont let disease get a ous TOHVt HtUTHTHt tlVtn HUIT Bt IN OBOrH strong hold on your constitution out treat yountlf by using Dr Pierces Golden Medi Â¬ olstare cal Discovery and bo restored to the bless Â¬ lift PVTnc hUdeIer1 lntcusoatItch most nlshtings of health All druggists I I trnmbrcratchine YerviUstrreaais m t allowed to continue tumors torm w luca voieii bleed ami ulcerate becomlo r very orat Toncue tied women do not always IlKV SWAYNEU OINTMEST Y make the best wives KSw btupditcMniclleliotieals I I k QjVw ulceration and In many fjf - u pn rvscaw remoTts moiVHf tlv r UUtSXtnmnni 1lTTnlilrill IIUIl lib Jrukn Dream Jenks had a queer dream tho other night He thought ho saw a prize fighters ring and in the middle of itstood a doughty littlo THECLDESTMEDCINESINlLiS0LDBVDRUGG12I3 champion who met and deliberately knocked over one by one a score or more of big a KYtM Kraietlr lor Croxsplaiutt ind IUscueJ by Qtranl or torpij lier burly looking fellows as they advanced to rondition of the LiTtr u Dr pMia Ccmlipliti lliliouncy JaunJice Headache tho attack Giants as they wcro in size Milira Kbnmifm tie Itrrroltejthbowelpan tho valiant pigmy proved moro than a nUmd ihcptton trenrthn rtte INVALUABLE the trm AN match for them It was all so funny that FAMILY MEDICINE Thousandsot testimonials prove ita merit Jenks woke up laughing He accounts for ATUBCiHJlSTWILlTJCIJTOUlIKErUTTIOf the dream by the fact that he had just como THE ONLY TROS to the conclusion nfter trying nearlv every biff drastic pill on the market that Pierces tiny Purgative Pellets easily kilock out and beat all the rest hollow VERMIFUGI EXERCISE Â¬ Â¬ For Good FurpoMg Mrs SL A Dauphin of Philadelphia Is well known to the ladles of that city from tho great good sho has done by means of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Sho writes Mrs Pinkhara of a recent in teresUng case A young married lady came to mo suffering with a severe case of Prolapsus and Ulceration She commenced taking tho Compound and in two months wasufy restored In proof of this sho soon -- Thrwi LUN3TRCUUIS CONQUERED SWAVNES UfAYNEJ 23 J MM TWAYUTS ITCHING PILES PI Pit uNLYcuBraaMIA 1 bt COCKLES 1 FisiiiNo smacks aro used in angling for a husband Murlmyton tree Iteu Fon a Cough or Sore Throat the best medi- Â¬ cine is Dales Honey of HorchoundandTar Iikcs Toothache Drops Cure m one minute to lend him money THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For ljrer Elle InJIfMtlon etc Kr e from lie miry coaUJnj only Iure eetbla IncrJlrnU Agrut CUAS X IlilfS CKITTCM UA KT TOKC The cheapest way to get rid of abore Milwaukee Journal Is Good health depends on pur blood Family is Â¬ Â¬ Whenever a tax In the House was projected Great Fox he roo up and always objected Ill so different a light do the majori Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHOOSING FRIENDS Friendships It is natural for young folks to make friends easily They seem to need no help about it Yet some of their most common mistakes are on this subject A few people mostly our friends make for each one of Us tho world and children without meaning to exaggerate quote the sayings of a few acquaintances with the assurance that every body says so Our friends are tho windows through which we look at tho world Our companions even more than books form our language and our opinions I do not wish my young frionds to have fewer intimates or enjoy thorn less I would gladly help them to chooso widely I say choose for no on should allow the choice to depend upon accident or excuse an unworthy friendship by tho plea that it is necessary to be mti mato with somebody Nor should ono chooso a friend merely out of pity I have seen several disastrous friendships that seemed to begin in ths way Pity should make us kind to all the But our chosen frinlships friendless imply more than that In them there is frequent companionship and a voluntary acceptance of strong mutual influences It is hard to draw the line for one may sometimes have a friend far inferior to himself In intelligence nni character with The superior advantage to both parties may bring cbut the best side of the other and be himself improved by the loving service It s safe to say that we should avoid all intimate companionship which is in any degree harmful to us Our own consciences honestly interrogated will ba a safe guide We should beware lest tho fascination5 of wit or the charm of personal beauty attract us to people whom we do not really respect If your piano is out of tune your ear soon loses its accuracy Avoid the companions who shock jou at first lest your moral naturo be similarly put out of tune Our chosen f riend3 should demand of us no sacrifica of self respect They may seem In some measure inferior tc ourselves but wo must really respect them Or they may have the advantage of us in wealth or intelli gence but we must not for that reason court their friendship in tho spirit which is called toadyism Friendship for an inferior to whom we would really bo useful Association with does not degrado us those who are superior to ourselves conducted in the right spirit is elevating Any ono who ia determined thathi3 friend ships shall bo pure and healthful and who is willing to show himself friendly can be sure to have in due timo friends of whom ho has no reason to be ashamed And let mo say to you when you have fouad good friends make much of them Do not give them up for any light cause Strengthen the bonds between you by con stant and thoughtful kindness Give more than you expect to receive If possible outdo them in forbearance and generosity Try to have somo of your early friendships last for a lifetime Most of all try tomako your frlendshipa blessing to those who love you Happy aro the young peoplo whose intimacies are consecrated by prayer and look beyond this life in their Rev J Jf Slurlt hopes and aspirations tant D J in Coiigtryiitionaliit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not to Hn Thou Iit Irmly Connections Made or Lightly IIvcn Up Lifelong Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ cItcu Â¬ ty of the American people as a result of the pernicious teachings of dishon Â¬ misinformed and est politicians dunces view taxation that there is lit- Â¬ tle possibility of any Representative or Senator ever being greeted at his home by such a couplet The man who uj holds tho doctrine that taxation is a source of wealth is the popular favor-Â¬ ite It is for him that the poets sing A family in Nikolsburg Austria Like the frogs who demanded a king and at length got one in the person of celebrated a curious bimetallic wed Â¬ a stork which ate them all up the peo- Â¬ ding the other day On the same day ple of the United States will continuo a well known citizen of that town cele Â¬ to demand taxes until they are de Â¬ brated his golden wedding and his living in the same house Chicago Herald voured by them celebrated his silver wedding The A protective tariff involves a double event was made still more pic Â¬ necessary waste in the proceeds of la Â¬ turesque by the marriage of the hitters bor energy a diminution of the profits daughter in the midst of the festivities Chicago Herald upon exports and the taxation of the whole community for the supposed Out of sixty eight boys examined benefit of a cla s or rather for the at West Point by the surgeon only maintenance of an exotie business The Protectionists argue that these twenty two were found up to the physi- Â¬ evils are but small and that they arc cal standard required by the rules If far more than counterbalanced by the tho boys of eighteen arc unsound what creation of new industries by nuans of is to become of our next generation of which the work and the money are men retained in the country From the A Womani Sweet ITIII fact that in Canada those engaged in Sho is prematurely deprived of her charm of f aco and form and mado unattractive by protected industries legal channels of twenty tho wasting effects her ailments and irregurequire a protection of from sex To check tins larities peculiar to five to thirty five and even fifty per drain upon not only her strength and as her cent in order that the difference be Â¬ healthis but upon duty amiableisqualitiesand safely well This her first tween the result achieved by them and speedily accomplished by acoursoof solf treatmcntwithDr Pierces that which would result from the same scription a nervmo and tonic Favorite Pre- Â¬ of wonderful in natural channels may efficacy aud prepared especially for tho expenditure be made tip it is evident that the Na- Â¬ alleviation of tho o suffering from tional loss aggravated by the class and weaknesspains sensations of nausea incident to women a bocn taxation involved is not small but to her sex Druggists large- - Montreal Witness How to make a Maltese cross by step ping on his tail JSoston Beacon United Attacked to day tho Endurance of Society Teoplc States Government which will not per- Â¬ A prominent society lady of Washington mit its citizens to buy goods abroad Why being asked by the Innco of Wales preferring to compel them to pay high Â¬ is it you peoplo hero manifest so littla er prices for them to home made mo- Â¬ fatigue from dancing receptions etc re-Â¬ plied Whv you see wo Americans re nopolies would be forced to buy even gain tho vitality wasted in these dissipa inch of steel that it med on its ships tions by using Dr Harters Iron Tonic m and fortifications and every high power WARrARK corned beef and hard tack gun in foreign markets The contracts Merchant Traveler soon to be let will run for two and one 3 months treatment for 50c Fisoj ialf years and no work is to be deliv Â¬ Remedy for Catarrh Sold by druczists ered until the expiration of that time Here then is an infant industry which for any purpose other than rob Â¬ THE MARKETS bing the consumer in time- of pcacels Cincinnati April 28 as weakly an infant to day as it was in STOCK Cattle Commonll n QiTT ChrApp Ilutchvrs up in its LIVE 3 75 CJ 4 50 1860 whoncthe bars were put 4 473 interest Where and how do the peo- Â¬ HOGS Common 5 CO 540 Good Packers 4 25 3 Vi ple who have been taxed for a genera- Â¬ SHEEP Good to choice ano C370 FLOUR Family tion to make the iron and steef million Â¬ GRAIN Wheat No 3 red 83J 77 ft K Chicago aires get their money back No 3 re J Corn No2 mixed JJcrahl Tnlxpd rnfcVn 2 Vrt 3Ut 3Ti - TNtVl1ft M 6410 75 C 0 Medium Leaf C7S0 dessire to TOBACCO A correspondent 15 8 ft Good Leaf know as there were over 2000 shipÂ¬ PROVISIONS Pork - 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for some time I have had to employ help for Thrown Away out relief She took Dr Pierces Favorite Supporter nbout sixteen years before I commenced tak-a Prescription and It did her more good than lntr vour medicine I have bad to wear all the medicine civrn in hi- - n 4Yn nTr- flaid supporter roost of the timo this I have cians during tho three years they had been practicing upon her aside and feci as well as I ever did Mrs UEoncE IIeiioer of Matfield X 3 I was a great sufferer Mrs May Gleason ot Nunica Ottaira Co lcucor The Greatest writes benring down pains and from contin- Â¬ rhca Your Favorite Prescription Works Mith writes pain ually across my back Three bottles of your has worked wonders in my case Earthly Boon --Again Having taken several bot- Â¬ Favorite Prescription restored me to per Â¬ she writes Wonders fect health I treated with Dr tles of tho Favorite Prescription I have re- Â¬ for nine months wfthnnf rpnlrlrr nni ynnft gained my health wonderfully to the astonish The Fnvorito Prescription fa the greatest earthly boon to us ment or myseii unu inenus j can now oe on my iect an aay poor suffering women attending to the duties of my household avorite r 5 Â¬ Â¬ - Many times women call on their family physicians sufferinjr as they imagine one from dyspepsia another from heart disease Another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain here or there and in this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy going and indifferent or over busy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which ho prescribes his pills and potions assuming them to be sucii when in reality they are all only symptoms caused by soma womb disorder Tho physician ignorant of the cause ot suffering encourages his practice until largo bills aro made The suffering patient gets no better but probably worse by reason of the delay wrong treatment and consequent complications A proper medicine like Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription directed to the cause would have entirely removed the disease thereby dispelling all those distressing symptoms and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F Morgan of Ao 71 Islington St A TTIarvelons Cure Mrs O F Spraoce Physicians East Boston Mews says Five years ago I troubled Jealous of Crystal Jfch writes I was falling with was a arcauiui euncrer irotn uterine trouoies I P of the female weakness leucorrhea and rAILED I IInvnff Texhausted the skill of three pay- womb for seven years so I had to keep my bed f Doctors fdr a good part of tho time I doctored with an I loo urns vmntAATi i1fm weak I could With difficult Vern thn room army of nbysicians and spent large sums alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorito Prescription and of money but receiveddifferent no lasting benefit At last my husband using the local treatment recommended in hfs Common Sense persuaded me to try your medicines which I was loath to do Medical Adviser I commenced to improve at once In three against ithem and the doctors said txcause I was months I was perfectly cured and have had no trouble y since I they would do prejudiced me no good I Onalhrtold mr husband that If wrote a letter to my family paper briefly mentioci--mho would get me 6ome of your medicines I would try them health had been restored and oftering to send the fait particulars against the advice of my physician lie got me sir bottles of the to any one writing me for them and enclosing a ttamnal-tn-veloFavorito Prescription also six bottles of tho Discovery for for reply I have received over four hundred letters ten dollars I took three bottles of VDiscovery and four of In reply I have described my case and tho treatment used Favorito Prescription and I have been a sound woman for and hsvo earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great years I then gave the balance of the medicine to my sister four who many I have received second letters of thanks stating that they In the same way and she cured bcrtll in a short had commenced tho use of Favorite Prescription had sent the was troubled I have not hud to take any medicine now for almost fl50 required for the Medical Adviser and had npplied the time years local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and wero four much better already TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE 3 3 O m - 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1SS0 including establishments for the NEW YORK construction of ocean coast lake and Ft OUR State and Western river vessels 1615 yards There are GRAIN Wheat No 2 Chicago Ko2red 2 sixteen yards where iron vessels arc Cora No mixed- Oats mixed turned out If it were not for the fact PORK Mess that foreign built vessels arc not al- Â¬ LAPD Western Steam uiiijfij lowed to participate in the coasting ft OUR Wisconsin winter lakes and GRAIN Wheat No 2 red trade or in the trade on our J0- - CrUlC3Ku rivers there would nqt be an- - ship Â¬ Corn No 2 yards left in the country except such Oats No 2 Mess as might be necessary for repairs The PORK Steam LARD of building ships for the business BALTIMORE foreign carrying trade has been pro FLOUR FamilyNo 2 tected out of existence Philadelphia GRAIN Wheat o Corn Mixed 2 50 93 49 35 15 CO 00 33 MH4 t34 40 T15 85 7 42Ji 1 3 90 J6 S3ift Mi S3 3SJi 00 27i rooa 3 CO 20 50 7 10 65 Â¬ P2 UecoriU m welowad t ic Bach Etons wives and old maid dren arc always eerfect Gharnfurh chil cxAn unusual case in the Chinese CAXiiHOGS Â¬ question came up before the an FranINDIANAPOLIS cisco cour last week A young Chinese GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Com Mixed girl one of whose parents had died Oats Mixed LOUISVILLE and who had been deserted by the other wished to be Americanized in - rtnn A So 1 2 red spite of the protests of several China Â¬ Corn Mixed Mixed Oats She was a pupil of the mission men Mess -- chool and had learned enough to PORK Steani LARD TOBACCO Common Lugs an American wish to be brought op GRAIN-Wheat- -No Xinvi uT nnch MoS nnVlltr PVii i- is 1 47 47U 35 330 nn cxis m i d3 R Dili The treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach IndiÂ¬ of tho chronic weaknesses and distressing gestion bloating and eructations of gas ailments peculiar to females at tho Invalids An a soo till n p and Mreiigtlienlnff Favorite Prescription is iid Hotel and Surgical Institute Huffalo N V nervine nicely cquallcd and is invaluable in allaying and has afforded a vast experience in adapting and thoroughly testing remedies stiliduing nervous excitability irritability for the euro of womans peculiar maladies exhaustion prostration lo stcria spasms Dr Fierce Favorite Prencriptioii and other distressing nervous symptoms Is the outgrowth or result or this great commonly attendant upon functional and Thousands of orjnuiic disease of the womb It induces and vnl liable experience testimonials received from patients and refreshing sleep and relieves mental anx from physicians who have tested it in the ietr and despondency moro aggravated and obstinate cases which Dr Pierce Favorito Prescription bad liatlied their skill prove it to be the in a legitimate medicine carefully most wonderful remedy ever devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful 3 the relief and cure of suffering women It physician and adapted to womans delicate is not recommended as a cure all but organlzatioa Itcis purclv vegetablo in its as a most perfect Specific for womans composition and perfectly harmless In its peculiar ailments effects in any condition of the svstcm A a powerful invigorating tonic Favorile Prescription Ib a posi- Â¬ It imparts strength to tho whole system tive enre for the most complicated and and to tho uterus or womb and its ap Â¬ obstinate cases or leucorrhea or whites pendages in particular For overworked excessive flowing at monthly periods pain- Â¬ crun down debilitated teach- Â¬ ful menstruation unnaturarsuppressions worn out ers milliners dressmakers seamstresses prolapsus or falling of the womb weak female weakness anteversion re- Â¬ shop girls housekeepers nursing moth- Â¬ back ers and feeble women generally Dr troversion bearing down sensations chron- Â¬ great Â¬ ic congestion infirmmatlon aud ulceration Pierces Favorite Prescription is the est earthly boon being unequalled as an of the womb lnfiammation pain and terf appetizing cordial and restorative tonic It derness in ovaries accompanied with In- Â¬ o promotes aigcstion ana assimilation oi iooa ternal beat Address WORLDS DISPENSARY MWHCAL ASSOC1ATIOvIo THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE presrnancy Prescription Favorite In is a mothers cordial relieving nausea weakness of stomach and other distressing symptoms common to that condition Jr its use is kept up in the latter months of gestation it so prepares the system for de-Â¬ livery as to greatly lessen and many tiroes almost entirely do away with the sufferings of that trying ordeal Favorite Prescription when taken In connection with tho use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and small laxa-Â¬ tive doses of Dr Pierces Purgative Pellets Little Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and Bladder diseases Their combined use also removes blood taints and Abolishes can- Â¬ cerous and scrofulous humors from tho system Favorite Prescription Is the only medicine for women sold by druggists nudcr a positive guarantee from tho manufacturers that It will give satisfac- Â¬ tion in every case or money will be reÂ¬ funded This guarantee has oeen printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully car- Â¬ ried out for many years Large bottles 100 doses crSend Pierces large illustrated 500 100 or six kettles for X Treatise pages on Diseases or women 63 Main Street BUFFALO If ten cents in stamps for Dr 180 4 FTHQS 00 o i bi 38 29 Why did the Women of this country use over Procter thirteen circular of Instructions RUPTURE J 2 A SHERMAN Broad way New Tort If roa waat SZUBaT and cubs at yoar DB borne tend for -1 75 1390 82 12 LCtifcago Times o good Leaf tti 8 25 1 50 3 25 4 4- - a 3i ttl5 00 h 28 50 00 ntllion cakes of Wis faratibtd write B pie warta TO SS A DAT FKEK LtnesaotaaderUieborfCsfeet Write TELECIfAFHYgSyrtS 5 sunns tkst simr ss etasceHis 345 6 0O Gambles Lenox Soap in 1886 Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soonpnderstand why A N K K WRITOIfll THE Ut r f 113 se A nuM LH v4dfcH IT j- - -- r vV - - fr -- - 7 MI smssjyr- - V1 -- r5Sr - BytaiBSaJj s1 - BTriTanfcTiiifisrMiinrii ntimmin r z 45iZKJaK3LflVS- - v - yv ij-f- - 111 V ihv svtrsma V3Ba5 f aBMjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj J1k2aus ik5 1 T - tj - i iWt TViTft SS j - f T3t -- r r- -- rsa - mm gk tt03V3 J I KiSI - i fslr 1IJy HST IB I tVT w wW I i 1 J E- -S- Wc again call your attention to our lame and elcsmntly assorted line of SPRING GOODS in which we can please every one Our handsome JDttESS GOODS with t c leel that our taste in selecting and lrimmings to suit every shade are ol the very latest styles and cannot be equaled lor beauty of designs and correct shades in the city placing on our counters this beautiful linc of Goods has been appreciated in that our house has been so well patronized since our Spring Opening Ve 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 vLaces 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 ot our onues win piuuL iiic mua nisuuious iicss uroi so James Cleans ami it amnion nrown s vzou hiioo cannot be beaten m tne womu Jjvevy pair warriinted loun Men remember that we make of ST ROUSE BROS FINE CLOTHING a specialty superior in style and finish to all when you see it you will admit it Rein ember we WILL make our prices lower man ever - c Last week a young servant girl employed by i family hi the popular and fashionable portion not hers como ana seo o afjof Louisville was assaulted in 1 50 Cliilrircns Suits knee pants open daylight by two ruflian The best thinsr ever offered for negroes The family were absent the price and had left the young woman Cos Smith Ellisox Jennie Bowman in charge of the The Legislative race is warm- houhe and tho negroes taking ad ing up The man who wins tho vantage of the situation entered tho house for the purpose of robhonor will earn it bery and being resisted by the Calico handsome styles best girl nssaulted her in a most foul quality cunts Beautiful JDress and fiendish - maimer hl Gingham Se Dress Buttons 5c defended her honor with wonder- per dozen at tul courage and heroism aim eviCos Kxith Ellison dence of the lesperato struggle Bridge builders Will find it to was everywhere visible about the their interest to read tho bridge house The fiends were arrested and one made a confession of tho advertisement in this paper horrid crime Both would have Nice Figured Misses Veiling been hung by a mob but for the i at Plains at Joe per yd worth othcers running them ou tor rank- 25c fort boforo tho confession Avas apr 29 made public At Frankfort a mob Miss Carrie Scott of Illinois collected and the officers again is visiting her sister Mrs C U spirited their prisoners away It Landrum is quite certain that the mob will wherever Yard wide Brown- - Domestic swing them when and found good quality 5c at Smith Ellison Cos Good Results In rery Cap Mrs JI C Judge are D A Bradford wholesale paper tlenler Mr and spending a few weeks in Canton of Chattanooga Tenn writes that lie was seriously afilicted with a severe cold that Ohio settled on his lungs had tried nuny remDouble width Cashmere at edies without benefit Reing induced to Plauts at IGaud two thirds cents try Ur Kinds 2ew Discovery for Coa LOCAL NEWS -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITS DELICACY OF FLAVOR And the ellicacy of its action have rendered the famous liquid fruit remedy Sirup ot Figs immensely popular It cleanses and tones up the clogged and feverish sys tem dispels headaches colds and fevers cures Habitual Constipation Dyspepsia ami tho many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of tho Kidneys Liver ami Bowels For sain in 10 cent and f I bottles by T T Swaync Co Clinton street Hickman Ky Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Lrancisco Cal Â¬ Â¬ we n4 asarssj I i nia Vifr Svrmi On Snn Iivmoicon Ca is Natures Own true Lax- ative It is the most easily taken SYRUP OF FIGS Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ i and the most pleasantly effective reiueth known to cleanse the sys tem when bilious or costive to dispcl headaches colds and fe vers to cure habitual coustipa tion indigestion etc For sale in 0 cents and 100 bottles by T TSwayne Co diuggists Clinton street Ilickmau Ky i l j mont with bargains in every line It would takp ail the space in this paper to tell you of ail the bargains we have but we mention a few which you will find in the local columns Head of them and then come and exam ine the Goods and you will quickly be convinced that they are really bargains We have the Goods bought loic and we propose to sell them at a very small profit Come and see us Â¬ Â¬ To show you the prettiest stock of Goods in the city Our New Spring Goods are all in- and our slock is very full and complete in eyeiy depart- - A McDinicl Ky on htick gray with work murkx the other a bright sorrel with yoke on The owner xhould come inline diaeiy and ve cost of posting next M Taken nn fURtravs by 5 mile- east of Hickman road 2 Mares one an iron I um idm x m wmm - M CCi1 apr20 t A McDAXlEL avc have placed on otireounteirf many articles far be- Â¬ low their real value These Goods were accounted in our inventory All persons iiulchteil to C 15 Kingman I tnis print at extreme low inces and have been marked down accord arc notified to hettlo iinniedintely - iuglJiVfUijianiaxliClc Jr MrMA xlfELLf ladies can mo and thev willtoti aprS Assignee you but a trifle vf Itibbon Utcfe Braids Friicsj Cords and 1W sels Table Cloths Xol ice nierous to itemize In conncctionvith quite a line of Xew Goods just received too nii llov Kale 1 w Will TOP IJUOGY FIXE No heboid for TASII or on ORE PIT Lnn he heeti at Faris Parker o Livery J DRESS GOODS SHOES C Mable U apr2-tf o IIii-UI-iih MIVILHlRN The llest Salve in the world for Cuts nriiif es Sores Ulcers Salt Kheiuii Tever Soreh Tetter Chapped Hand Chilblains jirns niul 11 SI in lrtinl inni Mini nrwi Uvely cures Tiles or ao iia required Jt hj guaranteel to eive perfect fiUifetiol or money refunded Price 25 cents per bos Tor sale by all Jruggts Arnicii Milc Also handsome line in ncwDrc s Fabrics Cashmeres Tricots Al batros Camels llair Boucles Cloth and other W00I311 Fabrics be Â¬ sides we have iuite a line of Sattcuns Ginghams Pongees White Goods India Linens c all at the vry lowest prices JlandsonnJ Trimmings to match all Goods the cheapest Embroideries and Ihsert ings ever shown in this market Mens Suits Shoes and Boots greatly reduced Hats for 50 Cents worth double the monev Inst receiYr an elejKUlt line of OUT dLsi3a5w IMJll KfvlpS 2e Tt THE DEEUIXG AIL STEELTWTHE SIBBER J Â¬ shown in Hickman Mens Shoes their stock Conn You can find the best lino of i at Plauts We will not be undersold Call and seo ever Eespcctiully line Custom made Shoes for Men both in Low and High Cut in str- Wn irtllfinlnn niiw ivl nl ltn Winn C1l thccell bratcjl W L Douglas 3 Shoes alo the AVm Cosgrove Shoe 1 for - v - v rumption did o and was entirely cured by ue of a few bottles Since which time he has used it in his familv for all Coiili3 and CohN with bet results This is the The hitintinit iiprfnriiiPil nt Citv llnl experience oi mousanus iiuciiiciuavc ondertul iliscorcrv Monthly and Tuesday nights l- eall Druggists Large erueiiiaisi ju enuu mass uanii ccc jj0tiles 1 worth 25c j SSJfSat Rfifrt v vvr UllUb triVnt will li rlfjti1 jiin iiryan wuo is certain to bnt tbo ueat ilXfl cnnilKljgll will of tho bo the Democratic nominee for irt c f inMi Lieutenant Governor is a match- - policies and upon these policies less orator an Irish American liere is roo1 f r broad dmerences and wouldnt if bo just glorious if jstriiiuciiuti i ni it shall be arranged for him t0Jivuii uriweeii Democratic maiiasement of State meet Col Bradley on the stump affairs can stand the closest scru Our 250 Ladies Kid Button tiny and hottest assaults and our Shoe cant be beat for style lit Standard bearers win bv larcelv ami durabilir y tfvery pair war- - increased majorities and the hot- ter our opponents make tho light ranted the better it will be f6r us he- Smith Lllisox Co cause a hot light will cause people aprl to investigate and know the truth Miss Metta Gardner a really whereas hundreds of minds are accomplished and beautiful young now poisoned by false doubts and lady of Union City the daughter suggestions of VV 1L Gardner has been visit Â¬ ing Hickman schoolmates and An 1ixl to Hour- ScrMfriends this week to whom her Kdward Shepherd of Harrishurg III visit is like welcome rays of sun Fajr JHaTinp received eo much tienullt - which was a very clever entertain ment and very well patronized The State campaign will open xV magnificent line of Gash lifter The 4th of May and the signs mores m spring shades at 2oc indicate that it will bo at least much warmer and more exciting well worth oOc than any for years The Demo- SiiiTir Ellisox Cod Tiif v Come Oomk Come everybody and feo the beautiful display of hats and bonnets Lice feathers and flowers now on display at the Millinery JJazaar All who have an oye for the beautiful win iiiid me noli aim varieti as Mrnmnt a fCiiSt to dazzle anl daze their eyes where fam v shape and color are all so beautifully blended as to make and mark it perfect So come and gather to yourself some of all this beauty aTtagKi yr uLaita r U wyssf rr IWl that others may see the good it does ami profit thereby lias a splendid toch of tho verv li t niako of all kiml- - nt lnvIUfniO Kespectfully which are offeml at OXF PRICK ailtl that thevorv luC tthe market Mns Jones just i lies All guod guarantied to be ixacth as it jncMisud w Â¬ i i WW Pi kHI N THE IiBADt itself in this community that we deem it iuiipcesarv to speak of iU merits way J Itl I11W llO V WUI1 4ttl 1UVUIUU1T cili Ul llCU iikk advertsement is not only Io fill its space in the Cou but we mean exactly what we say and hope to be understood Ibat Come and see u A ever yours- Srrhis d Q The first premium was awarded this Binder at the Louisville Expo Mtion last year for Durability Light Draft Strength and Mill- plicity fSM ga I sbM Si of hats FLAUTBROS iWS yB CO p Uxly tntir ratutictioo UiDrs tbm uho bought one of Nut mo onrrne hvlil 11 lst veir Krerrptis Etrrj- oninifnJ DEITZKI DIRTO DRUGS MEDICINES is Dm neSaa I 5 q apr to 2oc per yd at UDj White India Linen at from Plauts ROOFING A SPEOIAI TY I ctiCiletetv- - Biudir jrt imr nlncwl intMli- - coantrj Wmt to me kind thi year n I have buy another j th ALBKKT UUIEK nxr 31W uerra to cut My entire wheal crop of bO new I cut willi thr Itnrrlng AU M Tvur Ittutlrr It never mii fil tying a luLdle The bundle carrier dor its wurk Wh I cat oirr HO arrtu villi the Dermic AIIStel ittint itiowr wsi raiuii n tcuuu ukim iiitbcuiiii n t iwrnuiiT 3 ifc DEALERS IN BOOKS STATIONERY TSI a uhuuijisi and School Supplies Fancy UOODS TOYS and TICTURHS SONDRIIv TAINTS 011 WINES and LIQUOUS for Medical use Kiri AOEXTSFOE THE r l F-- The county management of Mr Pat Cusick tho well known tinner has opened a Job affairs in Fulton has always been Shop up stairs over Wit tings prudent conservative and thor grocery and is prepared to do oughly economical so much so all kinds of repairing roofuijr that our county has established Sa Give him a call the name of being gutteii or leave orders at Witlings ro- - mg Utnerj j counties 111111 iron r Iifiulinn n war eery school interests immi- iiromote Cheapest1 Embroidories in gnition and other matteis for the jreneral welfare but a spiiit of town at e from Electric Ilitters I feel it my duty to shine well digested economy Japr O Placts the people andby reflex pervades let s iuenn liumanity know it Have i fasten d a running sore oa my leg for eight Tlirkev Red Table Linen 25c h i eu upon me omciais oi tne pres- octors t0d Y M 6 A ea mJ uoiit surajjt ll me1I wou hive worth 4lh and vun will sav so f Iiavc lllc ur iv mijiuiaicu IO The Youug Mens Christian As ent and past As a rule this is Gos Smith Ellison I used instead three bottles of Electric sociation will meet in the M E the wiser and better policy but Tho State Board of E pializa Bitters and seven lioxes Bucklcns Arnica church Sunday afternoon at D too much economy sometimes pound and proves tho worst extravagance tion reduced Fulton countys tax Salve and my leg is note fifty cents well a botElectric Bitter are sold at oclock Everybody invited means to 10037 and tle and Bucklen a Arnica Sake afJ5c per assessment on lands instance Subject for discussion Your which si bridge issay lor built- - the to be GSS77 box by all Druggists on personal property that if sorrow snail be turned into joy DCSt bridge even It more COStlV It making a total reduction of 79 John xvi 20 mav be will jirove the cheapest r0i This means that this county The Democrats of Fulton Leader A A Davis was assessed that much higher county in mass convention in- Â¬ nruige iiinny ne mat tne pres Y T Wilsov Secy ent system of road working is comparatively than the other structed the Chairman of the a contract sysmore counties County Committee to correspond j Goto riautsfor bargains in tem costly thankeepingn resolute c Ever County Com Dress Fabrics Hickman with c Seersnckers oc per yard and mittee the regard to calling a con- eye on economy it might be well in up Sjiitii Elltson Gos for the people oiv the county to vention to nominate a Democratic 2jText week books will be candidate for Representative exconsider somewhat their own ina There will one ought at Caldwells be spelling match- terests as to si little more enter opened for subscribers to the pressing the view that school house toc - UMV1IIIM ii Hickman Building and Loan As- to be called It was provided nigntFridayJgiveti by tho I SKIies r-M -ICU Clllli iioi st 111 IILIIIU U-rQ 4i uiiin sociation For further information however that the convention nt tli r 1 i lmroli r uMiuiuuiuim n l tin tliA tuir wv iiii t lir nimt v is not rkiilll sohditicd inquire at the Hickman Courier should not bfj called earlier than i poee of raising money with whicji a h matters oflice until a permanent organiza- the first of July This provision ri lncni ft Tlici ii larsonagc Two i n ii tion is effected wlu handsome nrizes will be offered places u auerieuuS -- Colored Scrim at Plauts for the farmers and gives ample time We haye a full line of Custom for the candidates to become ac- - All are cordially invited to sit- 15c sold everywhere at 25c Made Clothing in Mens Roys quainted and to make known their tend Admission ten cents apr 29 and Youths at very lowest prices positions and tho people time to Pure Oil Red lablo Linen at Perfect fitting and satisfaction judge of their qualifications c 35c Certain enterprising citizens at gauranteed about Hickman want to iaise a apr 29 Plauts sufficient amount tof inouey by Smith Ellison Co A fuR and complete lino of a aprl subscription to test Towels Napkins Crashes Table Gen Hewitt tells us that un privato Covers c very low We have der tha new law the assessment thoroughly tho existence of min- Â¬ Senator Reagan comes to the of the property iu tho State has erals in the hills hereabouts defense of the Inter State com- some extra bargains in this line Smith Ellison Co been increased 5000000 in Some are growing warmly inter- Â¬ merce act and declared that it Tito increase ested in the belief and propose fail if properly enforced round numbers can not risking money iu the investigato bring alonttlioble8singwhtch Nuiotyalpecceiitvpf tho fault comes principally from money and tion They claim that expert upon it was designed to confer which now urged against Democratic siocta taxation uavo ueretoiort es judge corroborsite their belief caped country the management of affairs in KenThe Couuinu msikcs no predic The prettiest line of Laces tucky is tho result of our people Experience teaches that Big Variety Towels and Sap tions papers arc never so unVisc as and Embroideries ever shown iu sending incompetent men to the kina at Plauts Crash at Jo when they make predictions the city at extremely low prices Legislature clever men popular apr29 men it may be but men not qualFrom ict per yard up ified by training or education for Smith Ellison Co Tho giving bottom the duties of the position The farmers river is up It has been Ties Big Variety of Slippers and aprl a scare at hot State canvass approaching rising rapidly tiie pasiweek and apr 29 Plauts Within the past ton or fifteen will demand the peoples atten- continues to rise with not abso- Â¬ with tion to these points and it is hoped days half a dozen interviews less There prominent men of the country on will lead to a reformation in this lutely insuring reports from above mortgages aro 50 per cent farms However the best opinion of bit Fulton county great public interest rejrard topics of river people seems to be that it now titan tliero were ten ycars have been widely published and will not reach the danger line ago and farmers havo 50 per cent in each case a repudiation of the Ladies we have the prettiest more money loaned out and other- Â¬ part has and most complete line of Dress interview in whole or in If you want a nicoShirt Collar wise invested now than then and folllowed within a few days of the Goods and Trimmings in the and Xeck Tie just go to Plauts tho tax books show yearly in- Â¬ publication city All the latest shades and and buy one of his Gold Shirts creases in property valuations apr 29 Own 63 00 Shoe is the new fashious from the cheapest Onr If these things be true are we Worsted to the finest jxII wool not a prosperous people best mens shoe made for the price Goods Would A protracted meeting is in Button Lace and Congress every have you call and be pleased to inspect them -ot progress at the Baptist church pair warranted rJnst received a good lino tor Co Smith Ellison Co under tho charge of Elder Gard- our favorite Cosgrove Shoe Smith Ellison aprl ner tho pastor assisted by Elder ladies at aprl Tygart of Tennessee Some in- Â¬ Plauts A carefully prepared return s The Hickman Courier has shows that over 50000 farms have terest is being awakened Serbeen supporting West Kentucky been opened up in Kansas during vices to night Will T Ramage of Hickman men for State positions for 27 and young Mr Kyser of Jordan This ex- Â¬ years years and has no regrets or apol- Â¬ the last three Seo our Pinafore Slipper at will euter the competitive exammuch that ogies to make for so doing and plains the boom in is mysterious 75c a bargain at ination at Paducah on May 10th Kansas towns shall probably continue to sup Â¬ aboutis a apr 29 Plauts for the West Point cadetship ap record of growth and port borne men for 27 years more and pointment any State if they are worthy but it does prosperity of whichworld iright Miss Warford the accomplish look like a needless waste of time or couutry in the Bovs and Youths Seersucker ed daughter of Mr John Warford well bo proud and ammunition a graduate of tho Bostou Con Goats at 100 nt apr 29 Plauts French Satteens at Plauts sefvatorv of Music is in Hick Splendid quality best ticking vil ran nlnTirinft Xic with a view to teaching fnr Pflrt nor j x iVlUllj man I5e worth 20c anywhere v t -- Good piospcct for wheat- music here Smith Ellison pi pi Cos Â¬ iion-enterpris- MARRIED la Hickman nt the iudcnce of the brides father on Tu fads v eeninc tlie 2Ctti iimt Mr George P Smith to Miss F S i - Cirlile ii- - - JJi Itlrn -Ilv pkiiubhvh- l lll twk n arc wiiran il iiui Wo taio iilMxarc In rtcomrachillag tb AIJ Twine Hinder to the formers of thU com UTiinitr llaviuscut out crejit villi thi uiaoliine vo kpi It Ui tw s good ns the best and believe it tnuodoced into this country tlo Wat Jfrr Alsckt ltorcn e II Kbmhtov J 1 Joitm StI Jrins iDomestic Sewing Machine faprS ISST liadr Jt John Ncuent V ure 11 11 O W T Noonan IlENKT TuiAil ItEED Mnt 6 a 3j i - myugMJJUJLJuumi gytrjimrjmjDjarg3qM JolIN OUVEtt IS MEMORIAL The Ladies Aid oietv appointed a com Â¬ mittee composed of the fjlowinsr ladies to preinre lutablf resolutions on the deal b Mm Alice A in berg of Mrs Scon Tyler Mrs Flora Johnson and Miss Minnie McCatchcn Thev submitted the follow Â¬ These Binders warrantedto give satisfaction together with i tDEAIER IX I THE DEERING jOWER SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODS Â¬ None better For sale by JOHNSON1 Â¬ I t one oi ou r oinest znemovT we v- Wiiebeas Death has for the econd time nJaie our circle and mnoved from it cno wno e io bo s 1 1 0 W - Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ 1 Â¬ j 1- rJ IMer IilemMv fill- ntiolved mm fidul the Scrinturul iniunciion Let not liiv feft hand kiovr what llij right hand Deing debarred from aouve pvr dccti ticipntion in benevolent worshe consti Â¬ tuted the Socicly her almoner and for eight years ua always interested in ccry incident connected with our charily work llttolied That we extend to her family nir heartfelt sympathy in their bereaTe ment and may the lcacc thut piseth all descend upon them understandin HtsolveJ That the forccoing resolutions be spread upon our record and be publish id inthe Hickman Cotnina niot earnestly deplore therefore in it CA 3TC2 aprS 2m Ky Newspapers Magazines ooks SSXOSSLjEEjauKT Periodicals tatiiaery5 oe - i 0 A A DAVIS - ill 111 Ojjtct Clinton IB HICK MAX KY StrvJ Laclrde Block A lull supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hsnd Any Rook Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order - i T a l Represent the following old and relia ble companies North America Phoenix Inrtford Iancahire and the St Paul Died at Itis home near Hickman Ful- Â¬ rir and Marine Insurance Cnmnanv ton county Ky Jan 2 lSST J It Luns Also the Kipiitablc Life iHSiirance Coni- ford agecljy carn 11 month and todays pany of New York He was lorn Feb 1 1 1S 37 was married to jan21 Sophia M Spillman March 2J 18fe2 with whom he livcoffor nearly fivo years in per- Â¬ O II DOUGLAS W It ILUHMKi fect happinev He profcwd religion and joined the M E Church South in August PLUMMER DOUGLAS 1874 in whichhe lived a faithful member OBITUARY THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A MOLCOJHBE -- itiiiK - DRUGS MEDICINES UM CAREFULLY 1 M WMM Â¬ In nl uiiiiiUMivnaupeveral iicinted with linn for MajS found him to bean Â¬ SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS na a nusanu anu anil ouuging irienu father he was true kind loving and de- - of Coiritry Troduce that may be offered voted to his family It was not my privi tor Rliinmenl rr storage lege to be with him in his lat sickness Hut he spoke of which was pneumonia death often and when attried bv sur rounding friends of the fact that there a specialty Hay Corn va no hope of his recovery he said that constantly for tale he ttfd not fear death that he wa ready to go and some time before he died he sang several stanzas of hymns one favorite Jetus lover of my soul Â¬ honc t upright voir II miinu i and ARE XOW BEADY FOR AH- esr PRESCRIPTIONS II COMPOUNDED We also maSe a Â¬ Â¬ FEBD STORE Oats T TYLER Vrcit H BUCHANAN f i Prcsti It L ALEXANDER Ca A 5 Â¬ c kept Â¬ Let me to tliy bosom tty Â¬ and said that he was happier than he ever was in his life He died with the full as suranca of a homeiu heaven Ho leaves a wife one child and a number of near REPAIR SHOP Deing reguUrly organized and ready for business we respeclfully fiolicit the patroMH relatives to mourn lus bssr May God WAGON help his dear wife child and relatives fn oraii aii coiiiections made for depositors free of cliaigc Approrea JIICKJIAX KY tbia their sad hour of nfiliction to tear hi paper running three or four months discounted at tbe xox with humble submission to Him who rules rate cf per cent per annum All kinds of Farm Machinery JPlowg on high and try to meet him in that home and Wagons c repaired on short notice of the soul in workmanlike manner His brother in law gla New Wagons c made to order J J SriLLMAX 9 BLACKSMITHING CAPITAL J B LATTUS Moami t iTzr rr f G r kv f fri or r E 850000 o UICKSAXKY ISridge ISuildvrsT We the undersigned Committee of Ful- Â¬ ton County Court to contract for and have built a bridge across the Rayou dc Chien near Hickmun will receive sealed bids for building a bridge across said creek from this dte until the 14th day of May 1S87 at noon for cash when work is done according to contract and received by us vc reserving the right to reject any and all bids Plan and specifications can be seen at the oflice of Joshua Naylor County Judge This April 29 1SS7 feb8a 33IBBOTOBS L UNDERYOOU RUCHANAK It T TYLER B M ALEXANDER L H GKO V THRELKKLD W cnAB BAWZ BBi CJOIINSON HOW LOST HOW RESTORED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ apr29 3t J W Mayks li C F C Josh Nayi oh J FC C Com R S Mukbell Co Atty J -- All parties having claims against C B Kingman must present Til K CULVKKIVKLI MEDlCAIi CO same duly 41 Ann St Sow Votk N Y lost Offite Box 1 j0 proven in the next 61 days np nirNnniple -- Culver Jnt IuMUlipJ anew edition of tho radical can JXsny on eH of SrrATORnnteA or seiminl Weknts Iavolnn i CBilnul Lom iMFOTENrr Mental anJ llij Rat Incapacity liiiprrtimeuts to tinrriR - fie- nUo CoiscvrrioNKi iLEr ocd Fits iadaccU Ijj clf inanleence or sexual extravagnncp Ac Tbe celebratcJ authnr In thU ailmlrblef33y clfarly lamontratn from a thirty j ears sucewsftt practice tliac tha aUrmltii convquencefc cf clfl abute may lw radically cuicj pointing out a inudo of enro at once elmiIc cfnvla od1 effectual by mton of which every nutfcrer no matter what bin oonJitlon iayb uiny cure himself cheaply pri Â¬ vately and radically n tho hand of every nJTht lecture honM youth antrvery man In tlie land Sent nnder cal In a plain enrelope to any ad dree potl paul on receipt of four cents or two pottaee Ktampit AdJrc Clrlirnteil lr T M FRENCH Fire Life marine try Apai j i and accident i - o U M 3iaivjll Aasigntc plication for trial xent Tree on Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States OFFICE 4 T CO UR T-- UO USE B 3l -- s 3SfttJ - I ijs J -- - S Jl r terr i i- - i Pi Jr J nf 4 i JT jX j NSiftii - E f- - REf g4tlts V - k DS JN I inaeiia JBJ vv - t fI uwwy 22Q f usggy i K - pm eMJ EsaHaasss vv HE GOODS - sus- U r or rssr itfg v- J- - ii ifefi SSg ife Wii vi SI J Sify li vy m fv BSfcitf IM kvj i KJBl V MT Has now received his mil stock of new Spring and Summer uoous embracing all the late styles and novelties in Dress Goods and Trimmings a fulj Line of White Goods and Laces a full line of imported Batiste and Linen Do Inds Embroidered Kobes a full linc of Corsets Gloves and Hosiery a full line of Ladies Misses and Childreno Spring Hats in endless variety a full line of Zephyr Ginghams Crinkled Seersuckers Satteens and a full line of Novelties in Wash Fabrics 1 am offering special Bargains in all the above lines and would say that no such values can be found in any other house in this section of country Mv immense stock was bouelit for Cash and at the very lowest i prices and will be sold at prices that will astonish all who want first class Goods at bed rock prices -- W SS -n i i n t uuer urswiiiss miKtn You will miss a barjpun if you H tnave iuuuxiik uiu BOTILJIST AND TIILE STATE SENATOR fail to set some of those cheap and nicest lot of Mens and Boys made Clothing at lower prices II n U HTw ur r ii iirnxt We are artliorlril to announce JOHN Shoes at Straw Hats we ever had and you than ever and we respectfully ibI Wo do not lielictc that Ken- R Kt nip of Jlirkinan Lounly as a candi Â¬ For Fine Dross Goods and will he surprised how very cheap an inspection ot quality and iiir J AiinKEGtf Sons date EJgSS tucky ever had au abler or more uf for St au Senator from the counties Silks go to yon can set a nice hat at Hickman and FultoH suljcct to J A ttllEKGs Snv upright Exeeuthe than Gov theUrives of the Democratic J Ambergs Sons COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COX action aprll Gt jtarty J ambergs Sons Knott When the record of his VESTAS aprl5 Gt o a Tho immen8o shipments of admiuistratin has been gone over r FOR HEPIt ES ENTATIVE CLEVELAND DECLINES o GOVERNOR lumber- - from Hickman the pnst critically it will surprise those HOLT TOR eare authorized to announce SAML who have naggedjTit on privatO TnE XETTER NV1T1I II ELD several vears is causing mnnv in grounds I chietlv h ISBELI- - a candidato to represent VIIO CAN DEMOCRATS HIAICT FULL T1CKBT INSTRUCTED FOB St Louis April 21 The St indulge in serious apprehensions iiUnnntlinP tn tinand will f redound - the coutitf of ultou and Hickniaii in nn n the lwer Houet tl rext V rirnl Aei ty which this brilliant Kentuckmn sembly ol Kentucky subject to the ttstioir 31 Piirsinuit to call the Democrats i ALLEN G THUKILAN TVL MAN or the Democratic party of Fulton county met in mass con Mel I c kld U t The newspaper correspondents tention at the court houpe in IK IsidomialVni d So V Vie ore authorized to announce NY specially the bt Louis Kepubl ier gics inu iuuuuig jv ftiui uiium in a iuw years vn uiu uir- - ment WEBSTEIt as a candidate to represent has come to the correspondeutof mer said to us the other day that can State wiiun jjrvai ileal 01 Tlil the ccuntiei of Fulton and Hickman in lllft J rn noBitivtty that Cleveland has an- the Republican to night signili j the people actually fared better m the Lower Houc ot the next General CU ll Vll i i i llllllill cantly confirmatory of the con- - before the commenceil selling off ii h u u iiu uut b Mil Assembly of Kentucky subject to the acuyuiiCL ii 1m0 ilfi tion of the Democratic party their timber than now his argu will under no cir- not want and for chairman of versation between the President for accept a nomination the nominations This meat being that they had neglect- and his senatorial isitor enmstances We are authorized lo annnoutice P J convention Mr John Oliver as a candidate for the LtisUturo inISSS Ordinarily such an an- - V county was nomimated for story is to the effect that the ed agricultural work to pick up Cowjiill from Hickman aud Fulton countiirn sub President Jiad quite recently pre- - extra money for timber and uonncement in the papers wonld ject to the action of the Deiuocrit ic party paietl a formal letter to be made now money and timber were both not he conMdered as of any pieat nn n x o nn1 Election in August weiffht but m this instance Chairman Cawstill public setting forth his iews in gone When tho lumber trade is Seircilrie will loom in comes with so many circumstan brief remarks announced regard to the second xerin plain exhausted agriculture We furnisli huudreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organi wid tial details that it eidently bears after the convention was ready distinct words and unqnaliuetlly up and perhaps minerals be dis- Â¬ that allow customers to pay in small monthly or quarterly paymeuVs The correspondent for he would be Borne truth the consideration of such busi declaring that re election not Yield-a covered Who knows w 11 9says that the President 1ms writ candidate for lenn and McConnell Horcc ncss as might be brought before Uig line Cents Silk Pongee ten a letter which at the proper it It was moved and seconded ing to the earnest persuasions of Crafty This Norman Stallion is a dark iron and time will be published declining that the contention dispense his friends he consented however Coats Ll Vests at n it 17 hands high weigh ltT0 poundPlauts are nomination The information with any committee on resolutions to withhold the letter for the upr His colts are ucBurpissed for form hize is said to come from a United and that it proceed to the appoint- present at lerst if not to wholly and beauty The steamboat business on States Senator who talked directly ment of delegates and to the iij abandon his intention of giving it C the Mississippi is threatning to CEIlKO GOItnO to tho President and possesses jstruction of said delegate for tho to the public This story is told assume like its obi something Tk ft black Jack with wliitc points years his confidence True enough Mr ollices commen-u-in- g on the authority of Mr Dorsheimer It all old 1 hindii high tine form stylish and Rosewood Ebonizcd Walnut and Mahoganv Cases Special desigM Vest the Senaior alluded to par- - i different StateGovernor and on of New York who was in Wash time royal proportions with the active made to order ESTEY SIIOXINGER and HA MILTON ORGANS tially denies making such a state through the list This resolution ington a few days ago He told depends upon tho Iter State 5 commerce law At present the IfilfjK FOItCST Choice stvles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall j Tmr ment uul lie uii iub i cuihi iNiv Chairman Cow- - several of his lriends while here Mississippi is in the grasp of as coming from the G yean VslIPanounced nominations in immediately after I a dark lirwn Jack lion with Mr Cleveland which trill old II particulars address niott wonderful iiivu standard measure very loujj means very nearly the same thing order White House that he had been great a monopoly as any Uailioad Curer tlie world has over hands high bodieJ Said by tuule men to D iu the United States CO BALDWIN and heavy shown the draft of a letter such Vest says the President Raid noth known Your money will be the best mule Jack in Jsuinner county 23G Fourth Ave Louisville Ky FOR GOVERNOR ing to authorize the announcement as has been already chaiacterized be returned if not tuiaul Tenn 213 Church St Nashville Teun Sec our Hie Oiorn Slipper arren piaceo in nom- - and his advice asked regarding that he wonld dechno the nomina- - Mr Geo The above utock will make tha present as represent ed worth110 288 2nd St Memphis Tenn liiiii liv thn imition the name of Hon G A C the policy of such a publication tinn if tPulrPil to miles wet of Jordin 3ea0on at my Stable A I KXANDER county for the He said the letter referred at some Maxwkll Chas G I iKKUT Salesman Paducah Ky Vdtmnnl nniiwiitinn Sri Ky ami 1 mile north of State Line nt f Holt of Call0 UV 10 to insure Not responsible for acci Citilclron Cry for Pitchers jan7 Weed of New York who is theoueot uovcrnor wnicu nominalo lhc opposition of a cer o tjjl ciemcnt dnb received several seconds Castoria f the Denocratic closcst bosom personal frien I of tiou t Tho Building aud Loan Asso- Parties desiring to breed will do well Mr Cleveland iu an interview other nomination being made for artv to lhe re election of Clove- - ciation if organized and operated to examine my stock before breeding ehe- 01cc 0I Oernor una ino aIl aml the cialic0 ult this as mapped out will put 100UUO says that no matter what news where R Y McCQNXELL he knows that vote being taken on instructing mjilt defeat the ticket papers sav that into active local improvements mar25 referring to this when theVtmo comes ho will tie- - the delegation to vote for Holt as j Afer clino a re nomination upon the hrst choice as long as tnere wais i 110vn Tsictor in xlto oxistItir ioit- - i Tho court house offichls have situation Mr Dorsheimer nothing to do This indicates the j ground that ho believes in the W Mum R- - T TY LER A I1L ms nonmiauon u as meP says the President went on in his fmjuicial health of the people one term doctrine m wM ATTOttWEY-AT-LAiT7nRNFYS AT ILrV man above all unanimously say that ho deemed it Cleveland is tho I I j I letter to r wtMir I Offir Irus toij j juir uxor l wise in view of these circumstan- others that tho Democrats should j Strou e line Cloth lieutenant govehxok IIICKJfAX - - - KENTUCKY H I CKUAXt KY We are offering all grades of Plain Medium and Fine FURNITURE at greatly re nominate because his manage Mr W W Evans placed the ces to withdraw his name from all ing it as well as if made to order- - name of J W Brvan in nomina- - consideration in connection with Call and be shown through of public I affairs reuders him iu0 a11 business entrusted duced prices We carry a full line at all times of Chairs tackcr plain and marble Will practice in all tue Court 0f lhc WILLaend r j n top Tables Uureau Wash stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets 3Ialtree3l Springs c to their care ll T nu no aunounceut iVLEXANDEltcc jlaxwell viucuim ueioro mo puopic TI jjon tor iieniount Governor and me nominaiion First Judicial strict aud- v guarantee our price to be the loieett Intelligent investigation pays therefore i Uifice furniture Fnctorv can uc re elected arm re eiecieu his nomination as earned unani- - in unequivocal terms that he was fmiirlS we iovitJ jour in eatigation of our goods We are headquarters on novSTS v Plenty of fruit in Fulton coun easily 3Jut if he wont lie wont jmously not a canMidate and suggested tliat some other leader who could ty tliis season and thats the end of it attorney general LiitIe Tor Safe Iu the event of Clevelands re- - K T Tvier nominated P W command the united support of All poron3 indebted to the undersigned I hare on hand lust wear a pair of Jamo by note or account are respectfully re fox sale four yole of fusal ihe Democracy of tho Lnion I1irdhl for Atforncv General the whole party bo selected as Means Shoes once This queyted to call nnd eetle or their c gool Iogsinx Cattle Any one deirioj carrying the hre3t line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Cases of nnv firm in We would rally with more enthusiasm wuijll n0Ulinau0invas voted unan the standard hearer in JSSS ronnts will h jdavd in tUe hands ot An stock of thii kinil would do dl to call Tennessee or Kentucky We discount all comjetition in this line Itepairicg wii Mr Dorsheimer stated that he Shoo athcrtises itself to the standard of Allen G riiur mid examine and be convinced that I v ill Job Work a specialty officer for collection iS Iiv- Alexandek Maxwell protested against man ot uiuo than any other It BISKEYAKD j ell cheap mil good tock rA omn nf TTrm TTnvAtto at once of such a letter as any pub- proposing man lie is the greatest states Hewitt for Auditor and James lie use marlS Jil KOIJKIMtfKy jSStore Rooms under City Hall tjilj febll IonCow There is still a lack of positive President there man of the party the living em- - Uv Tltc for StateTreasurerwere ed He told the him -to adopt this evidence concerning Mr Cleve- hodimcnt of every Democratic r 5ectivdv placed in nomination was no need for LOWER and LOWER pnnciple and thousands of Dem- - and infetructiou5 carried unani- - step now whatever might prove lands second term determination i All kinds of Groceries hams hides c A He urged 1110 President maintains silence a cheap a3 the cheapest ocrats along with the Hickman monsjv to be wise hereafter will not be CountEK had rather go to defeat j JOHN WITTiNG the President to abandon the idea on the subject but Col Lnmont undersold SVKI PHYSICAL AfJD SURGEON a SUPT rUULTC ISSTUUCTION Roman following the grand old for the present at any rate and denies the printed report emphat- 7 II sSanuilers nominated i UJovvr Scod lor Male Mr Dorsheimer says he Prof HICKMAN KENTUCKY finally induced him to jield to his ically than to success following some T M Goodnight did not see the alleged ldtter of who might be nominated WJ persuasions m rtuune i romsaionai services ic 15 II Freeman nominated Prof i declination written by the Piesi nt S VCO a buihel Call at my farm ice oiiiKiia oi iiiczman aim viciniiy febJo ISAAC SIIUFF dent jnlo- - 3t We have placed on our coun Roriug A beautiful lino of White terssomo Ladies Misses and Chil x V T JMurren nominated Irot Goods Hamburg and Swiss Em- SEASON OF 1887 nything you may want iu 18ST Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets drens side lace Kitl Shoes which -- v 1 broidery Oriental and Torchon Seersucker Coats and Vests at I l Saddlery aijd Harness aviuititu nominated II Laces Silk Gloves and Mils Col i in wo offer for icra in iiiiii iiivrii Fulton Blooded Stallions PLVUTrf 0pr 2 original cst These are good K Taylor were nnnninted tho lars Cuffs c which we have Tellers I KSTICICY J TITOV Shoes for little money honsn divided and the nomination matked low and are sellings very THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE vvv J Amiiergs SONiJ carried in favor of Pickett Oup frt Call and see for yourselves well FARRIS To tanlarl t rt Ir Tn ttr Uraft Uur- - rim PLUMMER Froiu CouriH Ji urnnl Ou 3a Ml llirr Our lfll J Ambckgs Sons N bUik Jnrk For Register of the Land Office On tho whole the result of Sat- and out Zwiie stvlhh RIGS fer hir Jaclson St opposite Courier Office Patronage solicited TERMS reasonable instruction was voted bv acclama- urday s primnneswhich will sur- - t i kniuij tit ia itiit ISUCKXKK - - - AT MICK MAX tiou for Hon Thomas II Corbctt prise those of tho general public wnTeaunwtu if ivTkukkmvv iuftn Ky Tho result of last Saturdays of Ballard county who looked for closer contests A WELL selected Mock of Saddles and fmari DID HE STEAL THE HOG I i t i i County Conventions throughout oc30 1885 IW legislative convention llltla UU Cflllt tr Ut lVUtUIJU OK ItlUIJII X Hriie s New uork made to order tliA Stit v mnlcps fipnrril Tnrknpr There is au old yarn told for of the work of the coming Demo- Â¬ Prompt attention given to w w1 SAVE ftjONEY iiuuu niirouuceu a irQ n i10 mv wcmuuiuii an easy wuiuuiui rr--w-i iv cratic State Convention as promis- - fOWJO lw ctrnntw wo r lu- ouvv I t iiirnitii Ac- an upright honest old citizen was jioiniuatiou fny JIVV1III man of tho Fulton Count v Demo- - Imltwiml litWe are Wholesale Headuarter tor al of any kind He has secured the services rw1 ilniic frioixla t wifttlinrv t iliA rniArto t rhl av i - f J he canvass that preceded these J K wl lvvcivi ho of that well known and excellent cratic PmnmUtoa in r rae 0f a candidate for of-- W fun riou was marieu ny 1101111112 iV nounce himself received i lie Courier Journal to r is TOBACCO ad CMS bSr ins nsUili ami thouirh sniritcd was CH2WIM6 SHOO niore than enough instructed votes couVcntioii tice nis wne was opposed 10 ira as t hoWi Jf - lilt tlio nil t n limn lni MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED v to nominate him on the tirst bal 4iu uutimiiui it kuuuiuiuc IU1 iptt riti1tflij r with admirable icmper aim mii juu iu iiuii a Tint T wi aAA IIIIIV11I 0 III niMfiinHAii Tn Din cinf run conducted room to uuuut that iiririH IIINII IIIU iAi V lll lllllllll UII4UII lllll HJl lllf llilUIIIIIIItj mi anil CAprtSblllg iueifict lntinnpprnrr lnnr lir tn There ih no fl p i n i i H1A KOBEItT DOUULAS the peopleill through tne State lLOLiiiaiin CHAS DOUGLAS CO llie expression 01 ino voice oi ine sense of the Democrats here as- i mu m NHII fiOlca iDU5 l ki iiaiio toii party thus CO recommend his - nomination in tho i thorough lhe Ul in the market We also keep obtained UMCU7 that some evil minded juul IS ii iiiiit uiiuiiuuiu oe caiieti ing his wile face of the active warm and able hciuuii DOUGLAS BROS i nllli whilst there innv bo nntantlv on hand a choice selection f rt J folks had actually Started the lntiimimrmte tliorr ran nnr in of Famitv Groceries Confectioneries and GROCERY such candidates as opposition n rri Q t n T lu- X hi nil f nll very agMiist him that he char-e t V W Holt Hiues Harris and JJerry reason be any heart burnings or Fruits which we call and see us low for BAKERY 09 n tt ioiiuur aim outers iUtCH KillllJ u -- IUWJr uu W A ina ti rCKOIlt Illfitlt S The defeatetl will the cash Pleise certainly indicates that the heart ll m n1in n RESTAURANT 00 iiAinvA T 1 f the people are with Hun anil I c t BiMU muuiUlUllSUUlUtl ot lUlUOVj were very indignant at 0in the victors in an effort to i wl iimuu MKOS AT ALE HOURS JLllC for him mi VJOUKlKH JUlH UOllw bu uiii jv Ollll III UU4l0lUl Iorcrr complete the work begun and inu Will keep a general a Fortment of Fam up on the old man augurate a campaign which shall CarlT h Jub I uck- LACKSMITHING highl been of the opinion that slS the lre80111 Started on Lis econd round to ily Grocene Confectioneries c and OO EH tiers nomination was the besttbut fnd was adopted maintain our supremacy and pres- a CJI Goodii a CO u iirr iifliacf at by vimlkilte his goo1 name out nor iinrnnr iinm imii in r n ino ileum UNDERTAKERS GOODS keep employed new first da baker under 00 all fr sli and and will not be J J rible to relate when he again re tho Democratic nconlo of Kentim nnmncn sold ftilf rII june25 WEST MCKVAX tue delegates utrnett lo 111s peaeeiut noiue 15 tliat lier0f lt leastj tho VlUiS are luckvJtas nersuaded us that that The Chairman by instruction of agonizing announcement to his t unRiaieil aIui tie arm as true and Call on A F OLIVER for Blacksmith done is best and which thev have ing Wagon Repairs c Alo a full line of Fjickman henceforward dnrinslhecainnaiirn the convention appointed one wife was that they have not only 8tealy ftS of ol1 garble Works 0 vMicrrAKiars noons tho Courier shall stnvouot to delegate from each voting pre charged me with stealing hogs cinct in the county to attend the but this time they have actually Young man if vou want a Coffin common ltosewood IIICKMAX - - AT olid Clack have a doubt of it proved it It is unpleasant to nCiit fitting durable Shoe go to Walnut CstM c The gallant and talented young State Convention on May 4 jan21 B C say the least of it to have charges IJuchanans and get a pair of the 1st District Wm Crostic Democrat Jas YV Bryan will be 2ntl Mit LunsforJ of personal honor brought into a Silver King Shoes the best and for Lieut Governor tho nominee DEALER IN 2 Ird It T Tyler race and many really good men cheapest Shoe in Hickman being largely in the lead and it 4th B F Bcckbam HARROW PULVERIZING AGHB shun a candidacy for ofliee rather And get your Rlacksmithing and general Italian and American Marble aprl maybe will enter the convention oth Jos Luton Repairing done at than take such chances with enough votes to nominate on 6th JJJones MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE Try Hamilton Hrowna 250 R Y McConnell 7th I Hrst ballot Hewitt for Anditor mid Tato STONES Oil motion tho convention then For cheap Slippers and Shoes Shoe for men Best Shoe for the money in town for State Treasurer aud Tom Cor- - j adjourned sine die Corner of Obion and Exchange Street in sloclr a fine lot of Amer fro to HAVING Italian Marble I am preAlexander Maxwell belt for Register have a walk J A iibergs Sons J V Cowgill KY pared to fill all orders Call and examine HICZMA N over Chairman I THE WILDvV ESTERS BOOM My my work Good Work at Rock bottom Prices For Attorney General Hardin Orders froia tho country promptly motto apparently leads with itichards a i Parasola INDUSTRIAL CONVEN- Â¬ in The scheme of booming towns ESTJJIJL WORK a specialtya filled Hardin will be novelties at and Fans the latest A close second 3 the Went is the principal work maT2G TION JOHN F GRAY j nominated of a syndicate of Minneapolis cap J aibergs Sons The Courier Journal suggests italists says the Chicago News The only real contest in thei aprlo Gt State Convention will be over the that an Industrial Convention be It is said that they are working Fine SfforKe for Sale 25cts than the Lowest office of Superintendent of Public held in Louisville in May or June uiutii and w iciutn at the same Luke Blackhurn a thoroughbred Stallion THE STATE TICKET I have no clerk cxpnscs no store rend purpose of talking over time and by the same methods wellknown to stockmen is for sale or trade Instruction Old Daddy Pick for the all ray ett leads but the opposition can For Governor Simon Jlolivar Buckner tho resources of the State and They pick out an obscure town He can be eenat W G Kingmana Livery and pay cash foras cheap Groceries an as the cheap therefore can sell Call easily defeat him by combination Lieut GovernorJ w ryan adopting a plan l3 which Ken with a few natural resources and Stablemnr4 on W G Kingman or est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon DEE MEED w Hanlia Attrney Gneral--1- tr cptt jp tuckys great advantages etc after one or two wash deals in tj t i Tr - - xf Star Flour 25 cents cheaper than the low Tf st t ai 7- i f ii c 5ZZttSiZg Ft A fnll line of Gents Neck- Â¬ Auditor Fnyefe Hewitt may be made known and that the real estate they succeed iit work est ii State Treasurer Jas W Tate STABLE wear Gloves and Hosiery at JOHN WITTING delegates be chosen in public ing up a boom- - The suckers SALE AND LIVERY RcRhter -- Thoj II Corbet the best and cheapBuchanan Coun- Â¬ are taken in and the excitement is meeting or appointed by the J T Pickett Bniit Pub7 Ingtriictimi est in Hickman f kept up until the originators have FAItfS How do you like it brother ty Judge or Governor W DIESTELBRINK aprl pulled out with their hoodie Alo we are Agents for the Democrats Tho above are as KENTUCKY STREET Then the town falls back deader G We have a remnant stock of The only real fight in tho Dem- sured of the nomination with the constantly on hand for hir CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS ocratic State Convention will be exception of Pickett last Spiing and Summer Dress thaii ever and tho plotters go to T7EErS sale and wo will sell at 0 another place At Wichita the over the Superintendent for PubGoods which HORSES DUGGIES and HACKS mn ll tiolAa lint Sf Ve will make it to vour interest to call and gel particulars c lic Instructions A full li0 of yobhy Strat cents to lo cents per yard worth speculators have boomed some Having purchased the stable horses X goods trouble to f property till if is bringing 2000 and entire outfit of W B Plummer Come and seeshow Hats for Meu and Rnj sin great 15 cents to 30 cents corner of Troy at jScar Kew Dvel a front foot with plenty of gulls we popose to continue tbe business and and Moscow Avenue the American Sattceus at 10c per variety at East Hicknirn Ky II marlS3 J A Juergs Sons BUCHANAN Exchange illicit patronage to buy it yd at PlautV elsewhere at 1Oc aprLI OtJ aprl I THE HICKMAN COURIER - - 4 -- iuj-i-- i t Â¬ o N - a s - J - AND I Â¬ r7 -- - f rlKyl iuui t - ii tall fcZS fjX 1 111 Â¬ l j QET uil mMT T1SM Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ JiiiiiiiBiit Decker Brothers Haines Brothers Fischer and others J i i i Â¬ II - I -- viwii T kti 1 j I i j j L11 W i I lrs IS Hal h J 1ft i 1 - i j TJWDEBTAKEBS GOODS y i i 1 JDK J PARI J j I i ll4 t- w mw m himmf j tlf I I - H1CK3IAN KENTUCKY T 1 1 i fti t J W G KINGMAN -- v v - 1ii---- r v - I I1 - I - v I ii - - Ml 4 1 -- -- - Vi I iBi M1 r-- 1I wt - JSJlW HEKTWECK BALTZER CO 1 -- P- j -- rt I1 - 1 -- J1 Â¬ a Â¬ 1 l - HICKMA1T WAGOIT I gB SI O I5 -- EAMAGE - J F GRAYS Â¬ Â¬ I -- 1 Groceries Loer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Parkee iir iSS5i5lS5S CLOD CRUSHER AND LEVELER 5 Â¬ Family T- -A j roceriesj T1 Â¬ - HELM BEOS 3- 5 -- s - - w v - - v 1 p J - - i1V- - ftjSJrvrsrs a jiii- -- -- aBE8 lMfe v fri v Si r m mscs w 7v mSjSS sSj S2 j v xarsvF m ww -- -S W Ufe