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Wltti i EXECUTED NmImii and tltaatih. u SALE BILLS, Plrcot, nfjl door to Clly Hill GEOHGE WAIinCNj Editor. Trlco of 8ulisrrIi(loii CURRENT TOPICS, $1,50 i Tho Oldest Newspaper' ffirWestern Kentucky, ESTABLISHED KENTUCKY JHMIOCKATS Loxlnton, And r- 1859. TO HE SWELLED. -- HICKMAN, FULTON (BOUNTY, KENTfCKY, FATAL QUAniXEL. Two Vnuiif Men Kiit-axInn Deadly Plfthl In Bight of a NnitdAyftchnnt. IlLooMliurox, Inil, May 2. Word bat Just been received here from Washington Township of a sentntlonal shooting tempo that will probably result In tbo death 0! Henry Carr. Prom particular nt band 11 teems that Henry Cnrr and Vincent Karr, two young men much respected and ol good families, hail quarrolod some time before, and whllo at Kuuday-scboo- l thli afternoon, they got Into a dispuio again, this tlmo over a young lady. They euch started home with their girls In a buggy, when angry words bcftn to past. Kuch Jumped from bis buggy and with revolvers began firing at each other, until five shots had been exchangod from each aide. Tbe loads exhausted, Karr caught hold of Carr an! iiegan beating him over tbo hoad with his revolver until Carr dropped t) the groitud Until then It was not known that nov thol had effect, but cxamluatlon proved mat ono 01 tno hoU bad entered thf fntettlnea, and It almost certain to prove T ,. w 25, 1888. Am S ENVELOPES, . LETTER HEADS. PILL HEADS, JNVITATIOK1, ETC., ETC. 1 WititixoTOK, May 2L-- Thn House patted LrxiifOTim, Kt May 1(V The Keotuiky under auipcnalon of tho rule,, tho Btate lmocratloOmienilon tnetatlheOfra bill to enlarge tho powert and dntietof llnute In thl rlir taltr wran slateen pairs of tho-- s In IKiinlinitdvlfgtti'ttotbQ for the nUriwe of in. the Department of Airrlcullure, end to Nil ion ui O.tmntiAn one of hfr plnys creato an JCxecutlve Department, to bo nt Ht and silver whittles, for calling Tlie runveiillon vu rtlled to order hr JuAjre Known at the Department of ARrlculture. one's dog, are for eal. Hhtris chairman of the Htate Otilral ommit-tee- , Commlttloner Colmau now pictldoaorer Kmarm says La would glvo all his fa mo and the exerrltrt with pr)r by what U ofllclally known at Vhe Do. Iter Dr. llartlelt, ol Ibn rirtt rrrtbiUraii partment of to er I.I hearing. Agriculture, though oth Cliurrh A roxTKAtTli about to ho let for a of flV Judffe Hbarp then eddreted the ronirntlon, er dlrftloiii orec the UoTernment UU cathedral at Chittauooga. which commltilonert revewnathehUtory of the tirurilet of tt A timsn weighing) pounds ran carry Iemocratle party for turret. Itt final triumph, preaide are called buroaua. The object of eff a horte weighing I,U) ouhds. and the coram&tidlor teaiertblp of lNetldrut the bill which patcd to-dla to ralao the DeparMnent of AKiIeullitr Tur Sultan of Morereo hat purrhaaed elx Cletalatid. to cxwcutlva (Vonel K. folk Johniim, of UmUW !, dlgiiltj. and m Hcrolry of Cdiittont from the Krupps for Saoun b4tt teinpnrarr ehainwau, Jtmef E. fwaw I VlgrKuiture, to plovtda for brtho J Veil to be appointed Trta custom of UJiea to carry walking with Cl.riire lentrarr terrelary. i.rry fliana It stleka It once raor becoming futhlonablo. I. of aud aUUaUv. MSlZ. aniSta I li di7"nd a tiaar fatal ''l'hit lnformaMonproduc(Vl'ffrat The followfiur committee wcrr then annou A Hr, Lou turgler stared to Ion In Cabinet ofttcor. The weather eerrlre of oxcltemeut among tho Hun a house local maplo tlrup that Ito mi MOn IVrmanrnt Omaoliatlen Mat WalU tbo United Bute Signal Her vice Durcau was atandlnr brand mutely wltuetaed thai (he caught. Chat. It Unir, H. P Prince 9 It tranaferred undT th(a bill to tbo De tragedy. Aa soon at Carr felt to the Hrxatoh Davis, of MInneaon, has lott D timet, II K Jako trtett. Jobiiftou, WR Haldemto. K. partment of Agriculture, Tho chief It to ground Parr got tn bit buggy i.d cS, LU left eye from neuralgic af. T MrOrath, V V Jcbatftn, J, W Alcora,tl. the tljcht In recelveU.W)ayear, and to bo appointed not knowing of the gunsSnt wound, (hr W Cattle. It. V xoetion. and A M Adair. to the high by nnd with the P. Ho a Hoxnrt'K now goes about searchin h,,uilh. J, proctor Wuodaon,WWm. by the PietlJent,the tnato; but !l advice Ing excitement standing of nil tbo parties Kitt antlroneent of Is Intento. the proParr's father It ing for studies In a cutaway coat aud Ilrowdrr, J It (larrrtt. Prury U Dulaney. Hm K lllll. tlenry U'attrrww. J, vided that tho Chief Signal Officer of tbe acandtdatofor ths nomination of sheriff troutora. T hlmon. Wtn. Llnday. John H. ThomjMo.O. Army May beattlgnedto tbe charge of the on tho llrpublfcun t ckeU Deputy Khorlft It It aald thit over loux) American H. W1U UodneyllufKtnl and Itollln Hart Weather Hureau until a cb'of thai! Insap. Pay no loft at 9 o'clock tonight to arrest pianos have boon ahlpped to Hustle In the (n CmlrntUU-Wt- n. loebl, U. Kendal Iolntel by the Preaulcnt and confirmed. Karr. It cau not be ascertained who fired H. O. Minn. O. W. .Vnrniaa J. T Walker. O A Intt yoart. The b.H wnt warmly advocated tbo first shot, as reports aro rcry conflict y Thr nitn twenty dollar alUcr rcrtiflcutci Cuhbage John K Oreen, W O Cnleman, T A, hy Mr, Halch, Harrlt, it 11 Tmnllnuin. O. A CatUy, J D. chairman of tbo com log. will a likenctt of tbo Ut m.tUt on agriculture, ItUrkamlJ II. Prrkln. and botly Mannlni;. BUFFALO BILL ARIUVE& fVwiteatlonthen ad)ourced til Mot lock. FT by Mr. Iltount, of Hcorgla, ItE tull rrmalnt In Maicotna Iako, N. The CVvminlttfe 011 t'redentlalt reported Ul and other metuticra. It paated eaully, oin tf l Indiana Put In Iron on Milp-tHia- nl 11., and many nelijtiUirinji lull road t aro there were no cntftt. Tbe tmtnlitre on however, nlthouRh it bad tobaveatwo fur Making Itnmput. Permanent Organttatton retried Jor rhair Ihirdt tlocktl rltb tnow. vot- e- that being the Vole required KrwYH, May 3H lbe Po.aiaa Mon Tiik Norlburttvru rallroAl will at once man. lion J f. H. fllatkburn rcrrtir. to auipeml Ihi rule. It It not a now arch arrived from Liverpool K. Hlmie: alitant trcretarlea, Clint le, Kira havIsln tho oonttructlon at Hioux City of a Warrmi, Jehu 8 StoiL J W llopir WVter thing for a bill of thlt kind to pia tbe ing on boar.i DitfTalo Hill and hU Wild to rot lt'Au Kmeraon. XI i, tiray, Walter K hcotb W P lb ue, but the objection to making a Hoc Weal show, The while men were all A HrtxiMi priott rrrcntly Inherited CT,-)- , Walton, lb V Ilarrlt, 1'.. p J M etaiy tanned limit, alto, the attlitabt terrrtarle t of lb anen inof Agrlculturo la bat heretofore and tho by tho exposure to the weather, n.l icaro It to th VatloAti lncachanj;t tho rVnate. It not known that Indians omo of them were still permanent niranliitlott rowmtttee th) The a plenary indulgence. upper branch ft any moro friendly to hanglug over the railing cutting up ac further reported Ihit the Htatt Cenlrul Vvm A mn In foiineo lout, who built a fancy counts. Tho steamer wat me, by u tug m It ire H.oul-- rrnialn at Leilnjrtna Tha. 'h proposition row than It hai been hereturn, tto!o f l;ht tomltont from a Rraro comuilttr crntlit of Ho. M C Atfvrd tofore, but even If It pattet that Iody the loaded with friends of HuiTa o Dill, and ard to build hit mnnjrtr, b ehalnnan, Majnr P P Joliu.toii. Lw gue ! that It will be vetoed by the the brats baud which bad been hired by HuL H. A ftTRtxac nev dlcu 1C Rtraut. John It Alien. It killing many 1 the rvcopUun committee gave ibm tho rttiuent. or Letlnrton. lloa Dm Johnn, of Kel TUelr Ibroatt a well, and bek. Iciat beat music that they bad In their bornt. ton.ThumttJ Helm, of NewMrt CTarl" It Jeilh by choking toon follow a. Mai 1 Broken Neck and Still LUtt. Tliosleamer steamed up to Htatcn Island LonirandW II llaldutan. or IuttTil'e. Tlie riio.riHTK ledt twelve feet In thlcknrtt York, 5Iay ill. Tlmrn aro atrong where tho whLlo show diteinbarkod and Htale Kircuthe the biva been illaeoreml on landt In the Alll followtnr Hrtt Contmlttee rontlttliif ' Hoc indicailona that John Uuddan, who on tho went direct to the aummor thowgrounda Ditlrlit, John It Kemp t- -r end Dlatrtet. Jn,e, k Whlteh-y-. Third D ttrlrt, 7lh iiittanl broke hit neck, will ultimately at Krattina. It appears that before tall Crek (Kin ) ?Mnlty W'inan: Ing from Liverpool noma welbmeanlng OrxraiL lUxtoi k't prara It In a e John It lfinr. PMilb DUtrlr. J He ib now L tl.o Homeopathic rludcil corner of Ui- - cemetery at 5orriv nrth DUlrtct Thomat II, Bherley; HlilhDU llotplial on Cumberland ttreet, whero be nallsa friends lUflbuled annie flrv-wttrtfi. J lUbPrrry. Koienh PUtrbt, W. U hat town, and U unmarked by ttab cr undergone an operation wblrh the tor aud Hpotted Ilagle Plat Iron, Eat n Heap nat.b. Kljrhth lmtrtrt, I. Y MdCee. Mntb turgeona to nit i. think will make blm hlmtelf and Heap o' Dears gave tbe police a great Dlttrlrt Monleeat VMlllaru. Tenth DItrlrt U'b-- n iga-n- , This new taken to tho hotpltal he deal nf l rouble, and on board Cut Meat. tllrer ccrtft John P Halytrt KJetenth PUtrlel, terxeT Duff. wat In aucli aconr that be wnt Inmcdl. Hairy Dint and Seven Dp had to bo put tu A Ctri rc a:d !o b TCry MDenHenatnr hltrkbum wu condurtM to alely etberlied, und then the bead was irons until they got sober. Hd Hhlrt and lfro.it many voplo will undoubtedly want the chair he drlltered a brW a.ldre-- . them. twitted In many waya until tho bonet Cut (Irnss bnvo acquired quite an Kngllah The retolntlont lndred CleteUnJ. tbe MHlt kuapiHit vocabulary. Thlt nfternoon they hold their Into place. Tbo bead of the pa AconRMMmtrxT ta)tthlt It the year Mil and Uoveiwr Hurt tier Tbe llat of dele for aereutren-jra- r locnt t, and that tboy fair and alurnatr to tbo Bt IoU conten icnt hat been plated lu a pUtor cuttand own with tbo Custom Homo ofliclals In are due abiut May 23, arl not .otcr than tion and of Hector for the Htate are at fol bound to Hi bod, and 4 wuight placrd nt their powerful rendortng of blood red h . fot to prevent tho potsibillly of a June I. vernacular. loi Plttrlft-Dflegat- ea, (Mint and J A Cixcivvati Uango of (Million that tnlbt caute n rearretted U"lint Proposed Statues to Union Officers. lllue alternatea. John T. Harrlt and turn of tbo ditlocatlon, for heepl g open on HuuJay, left hit faltu Meyer Wamiixotox, May 15X llier aro three teeth ti tocuto hu npjKar.inre net V K Wetli Weclnr. W M Hinllh: attltlant AMterler Cerortd DittriclDlerit'. meaturos pending Its House committee The Mad Mississippi Subsides. torn in r. ItoUrt I Vanreand Peler Ikrry. alkraatea, Qi ixi v, III, May 21. -- Tbe groat flood In for election of statues In thia country to Ax tux ltt'niXkTix, the, pianltt, hat av Ookmrl He llrown and W P Maker; Klertor. officers of the lata war. One, protentci by repted an offer of 9f Vt for fifty Frform-ance- i lb W lleoryj aitUtaM. It W. Mrl'artamL Mitfalpplt which will Us remembered Mr. Matson, of Indiana, appropriates Third iMitrlcl-Deleral- ee, lb C Watkrr an-In the Inltril Ktntot duriiig tie at Wi'boutn precedent In J D Mine, allcrnatet, (harlet Ktant and and aufforlng created, U tbo deatructlon fVD.CiO for n statuo to General Hhlclds; alow ly abating, narence lUffranl W. T. (Vx Klector. and P la thought that the; wort of the another, prcseu'od by Mr. Townthend.of ()0TaM)n U'tHMtx, of California, atilitant, J M Hatha. Pourth Dlitrirt appropriates fVyoo for an idgli water It pataeil. Hut tbe worat that Illinois, will net i m it paid attorney t ta aptoar iVlrvaUa, H Mrllenry. It A. Ilartm cquettriau or other s atue" of V Ififoro him in tho luterottt of ttmto oeek-Id- k allernatrt. U Klrhardton, Jcho I. "u'd happen bat already occurred, bun Hancock, n thin I, and KneeJi F.1Hlor, W. T Clement; a!tt dredt of foui 11 let bxvlug been rendered General pardons offered by Mr. Henderson of Iowa. 1 bomolcta and thouaamlt of aero of grow lntritber too tatn to mike a futt ant, I.,f btrlct htraua Pllth iKtlrlct-t- W to tho committees of tho Koclety of rttit about It iijw tiulltlt aald lNnry day nat altrmatea. Ira DT.Ja4iti, John It Cailleman leg crops ruined, to tay nothing of tbe lota Rives tbo Grand Army of tho Hepublio tho necWondton and Itoberl A entailed by demolitbed In the Henal aJJJn aire vt ,0, contrary to Heir Siitb III i rid dwelling, A essary condemned bronx guns for a statue un nw 'mm I ha tnilllullorfi,"t' and watbouta. A trlptbrouffh (irMMorr, tho Amerlean lilt to w w T thaNaiibraergeit"rrviona ahow that the ut General Logan, to be rreiUukln.Iowa tlroHOR fleorr Wltiii sm4 pitroprlatea ia.a)lor' P rltn, and Von SlolUr, tbo (Jjrruan rar J UrKlrailu atltani II Hon, K Mtcrat, ttorle of loaa and tuffcring already pub-tithe- d Cirri. edostal. There seems now to be no doubt ran Sethave not tcn exaggerated tn tbe rtor, were K-tturn m tbo lait yerol Heveiith Dltrlrt tvircteai that the Hancock and Ix)gnn hlls wbl tle, J H. Johnaton alternate, Mr 8. Krr ItaiU reutury. the pns, and probably Ihe Hhields bill alto, man aad W Q Tim ne m mm KlrrUtr J hn ii ib Tnr Utrtt tt 1 In Vantt" ulth the .Now lltkham atatttant, A T I.t-although Ihn 11 bra ry Uommitto has taken Klfhlh H APelIcins Journey Inland. ( Kanfmin. P J I rv, tnct lklegalet II York we' t uP4lleAt'Htiulngin Ijoudun, latter, which 0.( May SI -- A hunter In tbe Jurisdiction of tbe ct or authority.may give w TcU Klec The bottom an artltUlly turned i paml rue to some conn tort. J A (Irani. attanl, W A. Anriron, aaniji oitaHe of th rhv di.roverod a alitcbed Itt pi aro. C K ulnt. Dr. White object which he epproicheU and Where Hancock was WounJed. TK monkey a are toUilrV (a th Htate Ninth DUtrirt PrtWhard, altrruatci, C I. Lji and ahot, Itwat a arrange bird, of preat alxe, GrTTTsBnto, Pa., May 31 A granlU of 'lottatco tnal It It almoti ImiKiihle to John It Cation. Klr1or. W 3 HrouiUka, aud covered with what appeared to be mtrker, flvo foct high nnd two feet eight build a telegraph line. They all gel on tbo attlitant. Jnhn llapar Tenth Plttrlrt DIe white fur. It proved to Ui a pollc.in, with Inchet aquaro at tho taae, was yatet W T llairna. Kolfrt HUMle alter a yetcrduy wire end tw.ng until It brcakt. bdl fifteen Inchet loiiir. How the lalet II llty Turner. D K Hnucock was It It aul that tomeclolhetpln box pack tnr. Thoiiu T Cltipalrlrk, flarrard itKleo roait vlaltorgot three hundred mlletten. placed whore Major-Genern- t In O wounded. aaltu J. land a t'10 face of tho stone Is the TU,tlsJa day 1iyarn uld 1! Ca-- Hj la mtorc. i:ieirntb tMtrtct lrlesate-- J. following Inscription t "MsJorGeneral one cent for pttk(nj( 4 iox of four groi W tVlller J M UUharJ.on atltniatrt. Winfletd Scott Hancock, wounded July 3 At tliU rats thoy make fi a day Csath In 3 Cheep Cfgtr, ttiaa. I'alteraon anil J T lEarnter. Ktrrior. J lMtf; on tho Iaik of tbo stoue, "Krcctcd A Nrw Youk broker made filttinn two II Hlmpaon Jen Henry of rcrs lcnlt Ht. Patl, Mixv, May of by comralcs and friends." lierore the; promsllnct ou pro ilnyt. lie put f'nUmi with UtoniakollW,-utifi- i iiiunly preta further many xctilleiurn rre talletl Augiitt Kiron, a Hcde, tay bo wat killed And lo- -t the eMro turn throUuyjs by a ttwo-forcipar Hitunlay.nlglit he' Life Was Disappointing. wpin toaUdrcra tbe convention, emotitt them In all hourt tirn of the market. JudireWui Llndiuy, lion J A MrKrnix Dot actupthecigart ton friend, (loth tmoked. Kiiuiivr.iuM, Al., May l W. J. Wil (luvmxou (loaiHix, of tieorgia, bat com- eroor llucknor and otbera Then follow 1 rot ana vu tlio way homo Ixlton wat taken ford, Deputy Pnitol Stales Marshal, and muted a miinlerer't tentence on tho In by rountlea ujn the aeleellou of d frttei Ick. Hit friend ato felt tqueamltb. sou of United States Marshal Wllford, of ground that bo w at nut lutrlllirent enough from the Hute at lanre to the Ht LouIm men About midnight Kdton waa found dead In Gadsden, Ala, suicided here this after tUirv, to apprecuto tb enormity of hit cr m Tli 1 rrtulted tn the tetectlon Hon. b'i Ud. noot by taking fourteen grains nf morTnr trrln robber bat ir moved to Mexico Henry Walftmm. Jaa. A MrKencle J K The Water. phine. Uo left a noto giving ns a rcaton Walches In lUndrirkt and John D, HarrK and 1'- neit and the camato teemt to have Impaired for tbo act dfsapoIntmout in a lovo affair May 21 bit K)MCra, It took thirteen of til in to four enntrudlojr candidate, Hon. J Trortoi A colored boy, AuriiKit, Knott, W T p llrerVlnrldfe, V P Th' mpaof tt lilln Hth ng In Flint river, aaw a ablnlng with n oung woman of tht tnuniiauied atop a tram, kill tiro men and aecure Jones. and J O Wrlah, at altrrnatet. object Iii a wathout from n recent over' Sarah Kor thn patt ten months the railroad Th follnwlofr rre ehoon at Kirn r for flaw. Sullivan Buys an Interest In a Circus. ngold watch. Ho acarched, Itwat accldiitt lu tblt country hvo averaged the Ht' at Urge John 8. Itay. or jan, ono fur erery flvo daya, and tno-thfrDotTOV, Mayt-John J Sullivan has and llaade M Thorn of Itnurtion. t tantt and found In all four gold and two eiher of thi'iit hnvo ten tho retult of cnrclea. Jobu II. WrUh. of Jetaamlne, and 1t P watrbea, probably hidden there by acme purthitod n ono-thirInterest In John 11. Hallam, of Kenton The convrntlon n ti ad cloacly-purtuoburglar. UCta. Durlt cbcus, and will aivotnpinr the JduihoL thow on IU summer tour of tbo United Mr. KnreM, nominal! for Chlof Jut-tlTit deleatr front the Pint Appeiut Dlt Inaugurated at Baton Rouge. a!.! ennugh to go States, Ktartlngabjut Juno 1. has eight '-U trlftmet !i enveitiion in in court ii--HtTox itmiir, lu.t H- - "1. UoTcrnrtr Into .orlcly Kltfbt tocloty glilt cauknovk dt),and nominated Chief Juttire Pry f rrc Krancii 'I .Nichollt ntul 1. outciunt Uov Cotlon Goods for China From Nova Scotia, a whole In tbo blggctt tort of a bank election to the Apellate ltsnrh lUurX, N. S., Mty !WL A carload of Paring the (Vintentlon Hon UrorT 'rton omor J.imet Jeffreys wero Inaugurated y utli Impoting ceremuiile. A groat cotlon gotMls coiialgutl to Shanghai was TwiHb IouIt men have apent forty inale one of bit characteristic tort it m thr( and pitched Into the Hepubjlran jrt onl) crowd wUneivd tho inauguration The After started fiom thlt city jesterdny. elbt ddUre In a Uwtult omr tho owner knowihow to he thlp fa duck wurth twontyflva couta.au t he"The tue thu tin. In dotingtlmplta. n l Kt the proceeding! hnd termmntcd the new gXMlt will go by rail from Vancouver, D, iudeuptt ofllclalt held a Joint leveo and reception. C, thencu by stcimer. nro ant lout to hnvo thu decitlou of nu up-' ne the far at the Kiuih It concerneil, ahalt m c .rL an rionlliIa irarernmeut of luleUu imn ntot Immigrants. New and Unknown Comet pnMrty or tbv lrnnJiitltle yo Tlir Af wtrt' iMifffreayathAttheijttle New York, May ;w Tho steamship Urn Ilocitr stkb, '. Y , May 21 -- Tbo tall of a incut of tho dltpute lietnccii tho Unllot brute force ami mart lot law f Then fa ntldJl tnrgn tuniot wat discovered in the north. brla landed ih immigrants nt Cnstle Garyround for anytrndr toaintidon. The 8 atot an I Morocco wnt due lolVlnco ' elyct pie of the f0'ilh mtiat I tho I .a Dretagno ?H from wctt aky last evening, itt direction being den aoiiding n private commlttlon to contntlted entirely. If they truatel are trui' ' thej downward of north, Tho tail was very Havre, and tho ScheldarariOl from Amstor-Uaithe Hul'a-i- . mutt I left free from molettalton atti r tlcUn: broad at llitf, but gradually narrowed, I the) Ui 1 Ht lu tho old world come blab. Tbo to tet and kwp their houae In ortt while tho light from It Increased .No Wne K nffdoni of Truttla pay Ioopold Thanked the Pope. I,Wt,. ant not trutirtt ther mutt be rem mlTlttry tubjugutotn inthtt astronomer bore can idonllfy tbo eomot. inoreto attateof ODD jteranuumt an 1 tho Ktnjvoror Kranrla Lovnov, May 2H Tie Wt Hime cor Uiue the Iemorrtle party atamta for Joteph, of A atria, hat a yearly allow-eur- o andnniou, the J!cpuMltnn prty 'or r I'ftiioc reioudcat reports that tho Uh ltihopt Appropriation lor Militia, of .T,'Tr,0iX rave forwarded to the Vatican a eolieclho llneai and dltunbn, nnd we appeal to (ol Mauder-ton- , WainuTO, May Nim men bavti uitfnitUod In Jfcir Yek ami the KCplo to coullrm the jum of oui letter thanking the Pop for having pro from tbe Conunlttco on Military a boiiuwleainng corporation, coute plan of nud ftn tvj.orlr.l favorably a 1111 to mulgated tbo decree against ' Ibohatween Aitair, y noun o that for n amall expente they v, HI Ulst hitM fnereatetho annual appropriation for tho campaign Ht.d for h.sreligious A mo petition for tho rioting of uloont rt Uro tbo houioevier of ell the dltcom-for- t, questiou, the National and tha annoyanco and dirt tr IU prlug on Huudoy bna boon prosoated lf tho nillttla from MVMHo V,0iO. . council at Chicago. Bonds Purchased. renovation. FourltiCUsi rc;!;r.3t!;ri. WdLUW MoNixnaud Dob Clabber'. wo Tnc Kreneh (InTorument It about to WAsHixoToir, May 2ft Total amount of W'ttitiNuiox, My 'Jl U'preicntalive I'ltttburgh rnftameii, nllompted t build an nbaolutoly untlnkablo man of bonds purcbaaed to date, fJ,ni7,'--; cost Montgomery, of Kentucky, todnj lntr the Oulo rlvor lu a aklff. Ihe U'STflV to Government, jud they war. Thl will ! arconiplltboil by the uuieaamii providing tlmt fourth-clas- s I, and Clabbert wnt drowned. Monmi; utoof coluloti Miuoi pho, a product of ct aire lOiCUCd. poatmnttort shall rocolvo live dollars for been allowed to run to maturity tbo sav Ing to the Government would bavo been roanut flbr, aorUitlj that If pierced tht MMi Iota by thu oil tin) nt O I Title City, U, uaU quarter In nddMlon to tholr present 7,237,X1 11, holo v oau of ttsolf. loiniHJumtlon, a wilt not exceed -e TitcnroT(MT wat jerformod on a LonTm Centennial of Crawford Couity, Strong Language. A protty atui-tnM of rxsweot-facc- tl don tar hurto. The operation proved iu( I'a., und the founding of Mendvllle la b Homk, May 'J) The Momtenr anys It it (ttuikcress of Phll.idelplitn. Mic rottful, nnd tho nnlmal It again at work, lug celebrated. giving at good acrvlco at when fu the txirt nlonj; n ntreet. bard to believe that tho Nationalist tnnnb wai lately ngntntt Cmkexck Hct'tuiBH, a atud?nt nt Jbd of health. ttlirn slio tiiiuittinly ran against a fetto If U4h, tbe Papal rescript Is authentic, hut Its signers nro adopting the Col lego, waa fatally Injured winio ger'a HrxriMt. Ilorr.tNORH baa a large nn ItU papers In policy of nil rebels In utiuming that the sntull sending high Jumpove-horixouial oonataiit corretjtondonco with Atrerlca, practicing tho all lUrcctiona. Anslitiii tho ) (MiniI'opo hai no Lnonledgo of what ho coin and rjreivct regularly 11 number of tht bar. ster tu lollcct liU wares und ilruptu n demns. A HOToRioia Chicago doterao and inur loading nowtpapera of principal cillei l ilerer named lliitchfiiaou etcaiod from Ihe nickel Into Ms hnml, with tlio opologyi tho United Htatca. Big Gasser Near Portland, Ind. I'm mrry for lltt'o nnd my carulesi- A Cum Alio burglnr overlooked twin a Intane llrtpltat at Kuukukee, III, May ddt'! he Cltlxens Pohti.anii, Tiik Home bill making an approprU on tics, my sun' alio Imttmictl away bureau drawer, ant tho pa o 1 announced Gis Well, ilnllel llvo miles west of this It the next morning. He roturiiM the to onablu the oxecutlvo depaitmenti "f Tlio llltlo fellow giizrd nflcr tho cltv, Is a gusher, with u capacity of ilguro with nwo, nml at Inst over two million feet a day. It will ho rout night and not only tecured It, but r tho (loveruinent to participate In thoUi-ctnnat- i Centeunial hat patted tho Henate lilt of clothe botldea. muttered to n companion tlio iicitlun: plprd to tho city alon? with other wolla. Cant have become to scarce on tho U X Tho report that a Urazillnn had pokoned Sav, Mlokejl MlckcI Ho bo that O. railroad that aeveral coal mines well", cautlngtha death of 3,(nw Indiana, Gitl to Mrs. Cleveland. ui tho VlrgiiiP" baa been ofllcinlly denied. Tbero nro no been ahuttlown. in Washington, May tHTho Womnns A cK carrying n ton and a half of iron Indiana in tho tltitrict mentioned, and the Temporauco Union, of Monroe Christian Kor tho Information of Inqulrir ore wnadumpel Intoathaftatltlipami limn nct'iited nna Incapable of utrocltj County, N, V., has presented Mrs. CleveMich., Instantly kit lug August Turmio t wlio ask tho moaning of tlio word land with an olegant Grlftlth Club microMh. H. K. Lek, aon of tho grout Confel Jackaroo," which recently nppenrotl scope nud iiccsstorios In recognition of and eerloiiily Injuring K. J. Hlfley, ulnj ato (leuvral, hut tho gold apura which her in tho advertising columns ot tho Trib temporaneo views, Tbo microscope was were pretented to hit father during tl.u were at tho tottom. JaurnT. HiMtax, while aatlstant pott unc, wo would say that tho wonl It ap- nmdo especially for thlt Rift-- , and is of the war by u number of Maryland friondt. They wore given to blm by bit mother master MtHruud I Up Ida, Mich,, In Js . u plied to mcnwliomakn a ImhIiu'M of tlncU workmanship. Ule. ,3U He bas Jutt beoi nrrot. I polUhtnj; horheV I100N horao maul after bit fa hcr'a dealb. Lucky While Catch. KxHrvATou rtiwriL Ci.ttov, of Ar In Donepbm County, Ka., going under Ue ctttcs, ni It ttrit. A. Y.l'ribnnc Puo ic r town, Mis., May 3d. Tbo uumouf II, A. Munti, kantna, hat mu In a'1 bit fortuno alnce tl e schooner John Mnarl killed n right whale J, H. KitKii.r wat attattinalol 0u l war At the dote of the hottllltlea bo had "(ieoigo, dear, hIihII wu hang tlio Krlduy and another one letterday, nnd hardly u dollur In tho world, but tented au farm near (Irucnvllle, Ala. lUrxmT come from Duluth, Minn . that hammock out nmlor that beautiful thoy weio toued In hcio by the ateamor abandonotl Arkanaai plantation, and In tho winter wheat prnapjcta aro poor chestnut tico?" nskeil MatmV, softly, Longfellow today. Their total value will lett than ten year bad made 1,),OUO, probably bo 97tM. Tin vinegar factory or iX R Howe of No, no, not thattrcr, not that one," A Mew Yokk butlnott man hai n novel Council IU11 ff a, Li,, was dealroved bv lire. ho cried, hoarnely. "Why lint, CieorgoP" KllledllTmsell. rnalbol of lefretbing hit memory. Whou Loat, 5,0iia Hcoauso, Mamli't thciu aro it number he bat lomethlng Important toatondto IotlsviUR, Ku, May Gue-tfThe entire snw mill of John Doughonv of things that I Mi to say to you to the next day, he write twenty-fou- r lilnnelt u potUI )ears of ugo, blowout bit card, icinli ding h"t of tho matter, and, at Hollna Pa, waa stolen by unknown night" HUrchtinl Traveler. brains with a pistol at h falheiU home peraont. There wero lnllcallnna tbut it ... fin ling tbo card among tho malt the next m. pit rraukfort nveuue this morning because had bceu hauleil awuy on wuroiis. he quarrelel thu iilyM be loin with a morning, uttendt to It tbo llrat thing. oro pluylng Hobblo uml FIoskIo young woman whom hu was to bavo soon Tile- Heiiute CommltteH hk Dotblcbem (Pa.) Iron Company bat Tiik furorablvi "iMjardlng hoiii," with riu-iiin tho married. Guetlg was a young man of made the litrKeat altiRle catting ever at porJiHl the bill piovidlng for hl;Hi lirri.t una of 'UaH roll applicant. )uu never shown induttrlotis habits, ml had tempted In America, being tho bate for In the D Utrlctof Columbia, and tho p,,wu any sjmploms of Insanity. itlon Is likely to curry lu that boly parpiitr"' hiriilreil Hobby, with great the largo tied coinprcttor to be uted tl Depptv Hiirnirr J.'il Suti-- r wat tl Doyii, a negro violin plajerlnxn ,Wh, lr, two," kliiriiHiM nf iimiiiiit. tua new gun tlnd norkt. litem vvni thot "Sorry, snd inatatitlv killed at Duni.evat.f. Chihu linildly. pouiel lulu thu tiumld lit tontuf molten ChiiMgn tiiloon, alablvduml killed J ' rcpllnl riotU', Kiinv t utility. Itiiiu., br u uegiu neuiH.i luttal. 'J he catt will iculiu tcveral Htepheii.uii, a lbiulah painter. wo uover tnko chlldreu nia'iiin, hut u w liliks, who vu vvunU-- for loOLcryiiud rrceled, tvevk to cugt. V. J, JSun, whoh.io imvcuU" Mk. sod yeaily, Olive oil It being made or California mustard toed Kan. The collage renting season la brisk at Capo May, It It said About U typo writer arc KKNiTCn Iioalm I h flno Greek scholar. 1 iikt have etruck whlto rout Eureka, it Hold Tholr Btato Convontlon nt Xbd Dutloo of tho Dopartmont of Affriculturo. FaU A rirltt Out Their llrlecate Ilunal Contentloit at Nt. Iaul, in th . lllll to Create a Nfw Cabinet Officer Tatted, ie fiterles In know trange I'liesmtatnij .aKfsrrtsHf rvr SHOWEnfcj jsM1 taW r .aaaaaaaam Ji xo NGRESSL. aaaar .. W raaam M t.niOlflV ,JW ' .aflBBBBBsm LV hALm In a Elaok MamW Wm. 'WrtiL Covor th Qrotewi KH wmr.mm sasi'ssn wr rtrbt to his seat n . Mm. tfltv-r- . Wyo aBBHBBBaaaBaWBM..aaabi RIDalAY av . ,.i ferM a& XIIINO::33. i)ECKlWID3tV-- ; SSMjPjfPV JdsvAt U 0tU tnd floo TJ. . ATi-- Te -- s- Keplnrkr Cowaressa4aai Wfc , While Hlgts.ffsAtaV.Mtj ib KLXlaw aW r...au mm 4ieglaV ,w' sWUX- -r . H flffl t Gi.iToir, room. sleeps Jn n small ri. lu' kAk un 0nt !v rc tn lr it. ltt, fr ctt. Xr remr I, bffne Ie mtlffytmMln.lfllJ Aptrls t trlirai lt Ainr, I.t rti (.! altant 0., cri inwly ln, A bill wat paturd appropriating a branch tolanleer soldiers buuie Grant Countj, Ind. Lalor Day, the special order, was postponed until neit Tuetdav and the tariff ditcuaafon resume J Speeches were HAD TWO WIVlfcj, delivered by IlaVrr, Ti. Y; Bound, Pa.( Y , Lalnl.Neb.1 Doyne, Pa.; WeaAnd Went to Ihe I'm r ltlttamy, hut Is ver, la.; Mrltne, Trna Ityan, Kas, and Itus o.rc edorMurilevlitg tbe tlrat. sell, of Maaaarhutettt. At S p. tn. a recess wat Hastmav. Ga., May over a yoir ago Dan Davit! canio from South taken until S o'clock. WAMtirfciTON, MsylT. Sksatf. The report Carolina, tha ticlglibohood of Perry's on lho House bill of Mills, In TatnMl, tinr s line of Mont- In the conference committee the Cincinnati Centennial lliposl gomery County. He Wit n roonor. and and agreed to. The pen a ion got a slluntiou 111 th I arpcntlno works of tlon ttai pretented was then token up, the quet apprcprlatlcM bill Graco A: Coleman. Ho vcamo acquainted tlon telnjf on the nmemlment reported by the stuffed and preserved. with Miss Mollio Gi ice, bis emptor- - Commit tee on .Appropriations to ttrlxe out the er'a daughter, and iarrlel her The I.egis1at've Committee which, with It words 'that tn all penaiont to whlowa, pay leaked cut that Divit had another meets ahall be made from the dale of the death tbe assiatanco of several experts, hoa of the huitbund nnd to insert! that all pay wife In Carolina. beeu investigating the Tato shortage, has went back to Carolina to receire apgacy that he said menu which hare been,ornhlrhmay hereafter concluded Its labors and filed Its report Wbcaie returned bo wat 1 granted under the general lawa regulating wnt duo him with Ibo Governor. It shows the total deaccompanied by a womL wbombekentbld pentlont to widows In consequence of denth ficit of the absconded Treasurer to be 2IT occurrlnr from a Ctute which originated In out Inttu woods. Gov day Henry l'age. the scrTlre ainre the 4th of March, 1W1. shall CiluO. After tbe mest rigid examination, who wnt from Carolila, and knew Davti commence from nothing was fonnd wrong In tbo office of the date of the death of the tbero. came upon tbenmnd recognized the htuband,' Mr. Cockrcll mot ed to amend the Here." Auditor Hewitt. He contended that the bill was a pro woman ut Davit' first lfe. Davis and his amendment by striking out the words, "which Bins have been opened by tbo Bupervlt-In- g wife ran off Into Die woods, and thnt wa4 bate been, or M so as to confine Its application tectlvedarlff bill. It left the average rates Architect of the Treasury for tho Inof duty higher than under the Morrill tha last sotu of the wenati. terior finish of the Federal building at Daviwas to future pensions. lie estimated that tbe coat, under the Senate amendment, tariff. The present law was so highly proruuvM Ud of bigamy nrli acnt to th ptnlLexington. The bidders were at follows: tcntiarj-- . Tbe neijrbborhoo I has Jutt bocn would be tl.sTSOM. If bla ova amendment tective aa in many rases to be prohibitory John Mitchell, Louisville, Hobcrt bill ar thrown Into oxcitemenj by the discovery, were adopted, the additional cost for IWO would The changes prvprt by this ny wnotn de Mitchell, I'mrliinatk George W. an by Ham Dland, of bunuu taines In a pile be fTilo 11, Disagreed to. Tbe amendment re- signed to give to the farmer, Corbett, WosUngton, KI.WV Mrt:arthv e provisions are raised, a market for his oa by the In tU wid of nhe Ilaldwlu, Washington, K5 M5; Hoberv-so- ti not far from portedaprenl Com nil tie Appropriations wat breadstuff and raw materials, which Is whero Davis nud bt wlfq were sean by thenpasted. to, without ilHltlon, and the bill only profitable when ho has a prosperous I'lnnlng Mill Company, Cluciuna!, u as The Senate then paated thlrti-flrTa?e. They were badly burned, but easily blllt and sJJoumed until Monday, liMI. manufacturer for a purchaser; to tho recognizable ns human bncs. An A c ompant of Ohio capltallsta arc boring Hovsb. The Cincinnati KiDoaltlcn bill con laborer tbe hoie of a constant market, and revealetla bre'ist-pln- , somo hairfor gas ou the land of Mr. J. l. Hutchinfereuce report wat agreed to. Tho tariff dlt to the manufacturer freedom from unneces-narpins aud a small jlcrotf a woman's dress eutslnn wat then returned. Hjef chet were deson, near Chrlstianburg. burdens. We bae, therefore, put escape destruction by t.io flro livered by Mrasrs. Deters iKau ), Anderaon that bad H. D. Kitc 11, of Louisville, has bought ot upon tho free list, aa far as we felt It was (I1L). Dreckinrldgo (Ai.), rtTrart tVt , Ot jut, tho materials necessary for the manuthat consumed tie body. Tho neighbors Mr. Geo. A. Armstrong, jr., the bhclby are greatly excited over tho matter, and (N Y ), Mjton (IIL), and others, a rccett being facturer. We have reduced tbe rates, ville gas works for UU 0 taken from 9 until 8 p. m. there seems to j doubt that Davis wherever we have touched them, to a ioInt fc'Htinr County proroses giving a hugo Wasiiic.to.n, Msy 11 Sekatb. Not tn ses- that gives to tho home consumer the hope murdered his wife and burned her body In barlwcuo on Juno.V Tho occasion will be sion. of fair competition whenever a demand tl.o uonda. Thert is a strong cuncntof a general holiday. ItoiiAr. The House called sentiment tu faror ot having Davis Mr. MrMlltin (Tenn ), os Speaker to order by may bo made by au Internal trust to The Kuk ux examining trial wat pro. tern, advance at tbe pritea beyond a fair brought back tn bo tried for the ruurior. completed ah it the Chaplin In Inj absent and the reading consideration at Bowling Dreen the for the artltlo to be sold, of the jcunul dipenteJ with, tho )lou.e Imother afternoon and reiulted lu tho acand jet we have left the rates ao that the Fatal na'klsg Match. mediately went Into committee ot the whole protection afforded la greater than any cused, Nowman and William Osbornt, John New Yokk, MiyH Uwis Urnnlt, ftf. Mr. Springer Gib) In the chnlr on the tsrlfl Lewis and (Jeorge Maynor, being held over toon 1 can oil, nnl his younz brothers nnd bill. Speeches wero mitlo by Anderson (li I necessity and makes all competition of for trial In the circuit court Ih bond of foreign manufactures upon terms of great off" chums nrrauged a walking match In be Cbeartle (Iml IUiul.ll U'a I, McKluley (O.l advantage to I.VW each, which waa g ven. They are parmanufacturer. Mr. Breckinridge's reference to Mr. Morthe bouso or IowU' ftthcr, on Droome street, and Drvrkliirtdge (Ky) At 5 p. m. a rceti We do uot believe American a single Instance ties who wero accused of driving Humuel there la rison was greeted with the most tumul Thoy walked In a clrclo through wat tubrn until 8 p. nu the night seaalon being In the bill where the duty left upon sn tuous applause on the Democratic side, Haynes nnd family from their home and two rooms and a 1 all war. Ther hnd forthe conatderatlon ot private ponalon blllt. article la nut moro than the difference be- hands and arms wero wildly waved, aud burning their bouse tho first part of May. n At tlie vf nlnx tblrtynre tentlon blllt been three timet pt- - tho starllngpoint tween tbo cost of production In America books tossed Into the air. Turning toward It cost Uncle Bam about 17,000 to run the -- 1 wrre paaaoi. ojourueu. ex lewit auddcnly stopv' nnd nut hlRreffpBM,oTOVy- - s,fJTfc Hotlai tea aud tbe costof productionaWottd, ylus the iMr.dUndaira seat Mr. Breckinridge Ran- - present moonshine-- court at Covington, His-hu- b appreciation ol Mr. tlon. to bit bead, Tho otbet re on and two sya dalli'patt aerrfrwa and of htm present ana only BDonworiy meawsroeonTtrle-- i Heferrlnsr to the Internal-revenuHOC5E. In tbe Ibuiae a torches pleaded of tin m got n round ppm to ljew. Just In lelhrml by Mean , Itceit,tariff Maine, and were tcm, be J aid It was determined. In response abllltr, but ad led that It bad pained him to Of this number iwenty-sere- u Car-lutof guilty, lho grand Jury alone cost over time to see him drop u tbo floor. He bad bear the gentleman close his ieech by a ttodand the petit Jury about fl.OJo. of Kentucky, ond Ihe general debate of to what eecmed to be the sentiment of died from a rupture oJ a bioobvcstel of tho tariff blllt loaed. Se.eralreto mcaagcson large part of tho country, to propose a re- - refcrrate to slavery. It contrasted with Founwixo tho lynching of tho colored the heart In con sen en re of excitement private (tension blllt were rcccled beforoad IK'ul of taxes on manufactured tobacco. tho manly owning of tbo gentleman from man. Torn Honey, near Bowling Ore en, reOur belief was that to exempt fruit bran Ohio (MiKliileti when he put the past be and too vigorous exr-- ' so Journmcnt. horses, letters tcre Waiiiimjton, MaySI. SMATr. A bill wat dies and alcohol ued in the arts waa in hind hi ui aud looked to tho present and cently, fora poisoning two day or received elaco by Henry Bank Wrecked bT CspIcJin; Gas. pnaaeU nitm'iiriatliig II 7, M) o make the Smith directly aud hyiMX'ritlcally but effectually future. Hampton and Jim Lockhart, warning them to destroy tho Internal revenue system; fT. Cioiii, Misx., M v 1 Tho applause, which had been liberally Gas etcap. son I nn Inatttution Tire proor. lor ine to leave. They went at once to Louisville, Is to bodouo we preferred to do inirrii-rcMr- thrcugho'i Breckinrreeptlon of certain tnfdinwal armor ot and If this Ing in the batemcut 1 f tho Firt National The warning U Hank exploded this evening Tho building great talue A resolution wa agreed to dl It ui bavo It done openly, aud thus fix the ridge's speech, grew Into a storm when that leaving tUlr families. recting the Committee on Military Affairs to rcsioutiblbIllty of It upju thoe who ac- gentleman took hU beat. Cheer followed supposed to haveeomo from the band that Is a totat wreck. Tin1 front was hlonu cheer, tbe ladies In tho galleiies waved lynched Honey, as Ihese men are accused across tbo street, shattering buildings on report some amendment to the rnlMmtM complished It. a Tho speaker said that noubuso of those their handkerchiefs, and Mr. Breckinof being Honey's accomplices. tho opposlto side. Man opte wero on Ian to prevent the enlistment tin time nf rra'eiof married men without the content ol who prepared the bill could remove tbo ridge's colleagues rushed forward enthusiJack Worthinotoi, near Greenup, has tbo str ct aad a larg v nnlor wore hurt, their whes. The cslcndar was taken up and resjKnisIblUty of action. The evil effects astically to grasp bis baud. two pet but vory mtcbievou squirrels. tbo following being smkusiv & Kollo.', bilU u)rd. The Senate btll forthe uf the surplus had id ready been exhibited Ono day recently Mrs. Worthlngton thnt J. Kuhn, A. I Hiibcr K Talinsu an I J, erection of poHnce bulblfnga in towns tu tho tchemes to aupiunder tho public the littto follows up In an NEGROES IN THE SOUTH. rojm Whitney. The bulldo? caulit llro, but where the receipts for three jisrt preceding money It wan no answer to talk about tbe tl.itncs were putc it. haic exceeded fldW vnnuall wn taken up the rebel brigadiers or the provisions of How ths Colored l!r other Is Getting Along to keep thorn out of mltcblef. Home time later some of the family heard a disturband rontlilered, but, nil bout reaihlna tote, the Confederate constitution. It has been In the ance In tbe water-barre- l at the corner of Canadian Ritroadinj. tbe Senate at 1 p. in. udjnurned rciorted that lu some savage tribes out of It may bo instructive as wellni edi- tbe house. Upon Investigation ono of tbo Hot n The Senate amendment to the pen tho bones of tho deait Implement of vari-- The GovernOttawa., Om., Ma Is. ment railrond statist t for tin fitrnl year tlon appropriation bill Here non concurred In ous sorts wero made; but tn this debate fying to a certain class of restless and squirrels was fouud therein, but was alfanatics In tho North to most unrecogniiable from being covered coded on July 1 wen p cecntol to Pa llv and a conference ordered. A resolution was It has occurred to eminent gentlemen to adopted directing Ihe Commilteo on Merchant dclllerately dig up the bones of tho ment last nlgbt 11m' increns) of iraftl It hercea know that tho colored brother Is get- with soot. Ihe little fellow bad mado his Marine and Plaberlrt to Inteitlgate tho fur th-great war and out of them make ting along quite well as compared escape from the room by way of the chimof the greater In any p ftioutjeaamotint In Alaska. Mr. Dalzcll. of Pcnn dice, through tbo and loaded dice at that, to play In this with tho laboring class of any other ney, and came down ing to fS.VU.O.io. in- - Tniies if railroad sealtlher'c t)lvunla, culled attrnilon to ceitain alterations waterspout into tbe barrel. completed ato U'.tt: apitnl paid, fcl. In the record made br Mr Suitl, of Prima)) gumo of ilitles. " I txprcat the confident country. In the .State of Georgia the Mehvin 0 i.sox was accidentally shot In belief thuttheduy has gone by when either TTS.PJ1; not oarninc. VI WW: pacn-ger- t tanla. A few unimportant blllt were tho parlous of tho war, denunciations of colored people now pay taxes ou about tbe fleshy part of tho thigh by Bon Harris caroled, 10,0 H,fi Consideration of the diplomatic and con tons of freight cir-rietha whisky ring, abuse of tho South, Iden-t- l f9,000,0JO, and If tho real estate they at Kpringvllle. Dangerous wound. 1 tW SB; pitungus kdll, 10; in- fctdw Bppniprl itlon bill at drb itcd by the Heat Ion of revenue reformers with the owned was assessed as It h In sonic Daviess Count r seut a colored delegate jured, W. fnendt of a bill to rrtnlu u Dipartmcctol Agriculture, which wat patted a to 11 The Confederate army, or any other of the aklll-fil- l other States It nould bo neatly double to th fciate Convention 'at Wanted it Clear. arts whit h thosu Interested In the main diplomatic bill wot Jhcn pnaaetl, after which the amount. InUeorgla they place their Lexington. Home. May KHlu e d eusslng tho District or foiurnbia appropriation bill wai tenuniti of this sj stem have heretofore so tint Follow iso are the officers ot tho Louis-vlll- o successfully used, can prevcut somo action own value, on property, and it Is genPapal rescript n nun cr of tho Cardinals paaaCHl, and tho ue at Oo'cUnk adjourned. Cotton Milt Company! President: . ... .m will be the beginning of a system erally returned far below It teal value. W, lusttted upon tho j, esttly of n clear ex A. Kiblnton; vlco president, Georgo McurouT Waiinch, book-keepfor H H. which is based on the grcut principle that tho war without Uaulbert; secretary, K. H. Waters; treaslommcnc1nr after prcssion nlout tbo i.nlute turlff tiouof ths Holy Hoo 'i political uuittcrs. Meatenger, at Siockorton, Pa., was arrest- nil good legislation should bo for the pub any thing. Ihey bavo gradually Im- urer, W. C. Garland. ana not lor private interest." lic ed for cinbe'i'emout. His sbortago The majority, honev decided othorwito. can now Jack StiLiiVAS. who escarml from A protective tarllfl does not, 1iouiKUd, proved in all respects nud amounts to U so Jail, wat recaptured at Fulton. own canoe, " fix tho wage While River 01 a Hiqh. Joik MANtriKLn, who Tgurcd proml lOmmoditleH, of labor The labor, llko ull Jnpaddle theirgencrnlly. In and ItDemCauxiwat County ban defeated a propthat will, under tho operation of tbe South neatly in too PIU Htoket trugeJy In ov HruiyoriEiji, JIo, May K From osition to subscribe for a railroad. tho law of supply and demand, command ocratic Mnto they have been growing Ark., comci s report that It hat York, In b7l, It dead. The Circuit Court of tho United Btatos ATAbIaul, Wis., DillyM Androwa, a its worth in tbo market, and all that legis- Ing in wealth, 3 ear by year, so that rained Inccsmntly th ' for tho Hst thirty-si- x to Interlation can iosslbly uccompilsh for tho District of Kentucky refused to hours, and lbatlh"Witorirr, uiually rettnuratit proprietor, murdered his wlfo fere with tho natural ulceration of thia law, from 171 to 1887 tho Increaso has grant an application for a writ ot habeas ant kllicd hunaelf. a peaceful stream, is now a rutbiug tor 1,000,000, which U nt tho been about only barm can enrent live mile wide, lbnr. T. Aknoi.ii, a young broker, shot and soIffar as It does this for lalwr equul to rnle of f 000,000 annually. Tho whites, corpus lu tbe case of Mahon versus tho sue. there Is demand himself dead at bis rcs.de nee at bumtnit, Jailor of Pike County, Ky., the application or greater than the supply, then labor Is profwith their 106,:l5,a7a of property, Killed Ihe Right One. itably paid, and If combinations of capital have U friended these people. Had for tho writ arising out ot tho celebrated Hattleld. McCoy vendetta. The U, U. BournonT fired a volley nt n psenger to forco labor to sell itnelf nt pllcca fixed Dt'Ni kx U.t Jiay K Tom Jones, a they couM have Hupreme Court bas sustained the dccitl'ju by tho combination can not be success fully they been so woithlcRH ibiiincb'i, B("'t h!l wlft In tlio train on Die Indianapolis and Vinccnnet formed, then labor will be freo to make Us kept them In a Main of abject poverty, of tbo court below. bead last ulgbt nn l tl.en turned tho re- rallruud, aud tho ong'ueer bad a narrow Mart Insks, a twelve-yoar-ol- d girl, waa sscapo. own bargains. Dutlf the market be so rebut ctery consideration of interest and volver on blmt.clf, Infl rtlng fatal uounds. Toiiias I Co8v, an employe of tho Llmi stricted thut the supply of labor exceods Justice Inspired them to render aid to killed by a falling window at Brldgovlllo. Tlio nomia may rccc1 r. Thocouploaepa-rateALEXAsncn Hqwahp, a colored inanot in a great many waya that a few weeks ag on account of Jouuk' (().) Paper Mills, had bit arm so terribly thu demand, or if capital Is enabled to comLexlngtou, who was engaged In felling a bine to prevent competition, then labor thlscbst mangled by tbo shafting it had to bo amgeneral worthlcsstiesv mutt bo sold ut the prico fixed by the em sdyancetl their Interests and contrib- tree at Woodland Park, waa struck tu the putated. to their happiness. present plover. Dknnett H. YotTKfr baa been elected both It "Now, our market tosjstm does uted a people tho colored race seems head by a re bounding limb, width crushed Veterans Will Decorait Brecher's Grave, supplied restricts tbo As his skull nnd badly bruised bis body. He prcaldcnt of lb Youk, May 13, lho Hlxtysecnth coad, vice J, W, L"lsvllle Houthrn rail by our bbnr and It enables tho manufact to be naturally the happiest In the was attout fifty years of age. Utonc, resigned, urers to fix the price they wilt pay to labor, wy;i 1 hoy do not "Uka mere ou New York Hf cuaent III decorate Henry Lax Col'ntt will hold an election June v Tur. Democratic Btnto Convention ot Whenever tho duty is lilgli enough to preWard llcodin'agrnvoon Decor. 1M011 Day, tho shoulder than thoy can kick off at to decide wbetherthe county wiUaubavi .bo Houth Carolina refused lo ulupta rcsolu vent foreign competition, then the operaMr. Ileechcrwa- - active lu tho llrat organ! 150,000 toward the extension ot tho Louls-vlll-o tlon approving the MI1U bill Tho admlii tive making and the consumer purchasing their heels." It Is only when design zatton of thlt re luicut. Southern railroad. Istratlnu wa ttUo blttcrl denounced. thow protected' fabrics are In the power ing men co anions them sowing the J Ito Br hi Teatkr, of Morcor County, was nf the manufacturers. The only relief la In iicus 01 discord, that they aeem Claims Halt tho Town. thrown from his borso and kicked to death That itrllutv lit yp8ttiMays paper Congress by the reduction of duty to the troubled hi mind. If tho agitators In by lho frightened aulmal. Oliver Van-tleo- t, HTartTOit, In . May 14 Hull Is nbut docs 1110 an Injustice, sir, and I want It competitive point." the North who pretend to bclluvo that of tbe tiino county, altu died lho Ihe potscislnu of tho correcti'd," said an frato business mnn bfaght tube Mr Dreckinrldgo satd the real tho Is badly treated In the same day from injuries received in the ground nwln li half tho city of Strealor to tbo editor. uot be hotter Illustrated than by "W'hatwai tht lncoi-tc- ct could on tinned plate, which was placed the Southnegro on only coino would South tamo way ten days bofore. Both wore li buil' 'I lie calm Is that ft bMnu;a to It duty stiilrmcttt ntked lho editor. uy tno uiu, ;ioi 0110 pounu m ami aeo for themselves, and record prominent young business men. tho hers of Li a Cramer. Over .,tV),o,fcj ins tree said 1 was about to reduce my work I solve J, was made tn America, aud It could uot what they Und, thia luiirL 1'ircii, ono of tbo wealthiest men of property source ol moil's wages flvo per cent. It Is 1m' used except In helping someutherltidut misunderstanding 0110 fruitfultho sections In Carlisle, brought suit against Din widdy betweeu material of Attacked by a Mob, wioit, str, nud 1 demand acoircc-tto- try "There Is hardlyIs any wide und the nouM be forever lemoved from the McKee, a farmer wotth Vj,(iai,Iu Millers, ho burg precinct, ou a note given by him It di.et tno a rank Injustice, sir which tho distribution IiKiiov. Mav K A party of Utho coluse ho various aud the burden hnixiscd by arena of ilUcuifllou. Horua TYmr forty nine years ago for $10.30, with 0 ' wero attacked by n mob a rank Injustice." "What was wrong the tax levied ou It ho heavy It will relievo lectors nnd p 111,37. Interest from date, lT cent.wilt only agree to paynow princiut lJamlid-- ' Wu'es, yesterday, nud lu the about It?" "It should I i:vo been ton lu more waya und to a greater extent more tho McKee persons conflict that f ..owed Ihlrty-Ilv- e or the minor industries of the country itiun not llvo per cent." percent., sir; Conkllng and the Reporters. pal, $lu.5U. wcro lujurul, Ken of them seriously. ulmost any rcieul of tax upon our whole America. It Is thought that K still County will sub-scriKoscoo Conkllng had an exceedingly Mh'dulo. Its repeal does not Injure ula $10VW0tolho Loulsvillo Southern Tern Almost To Pieces, no gonial A Kansas church has hit upon a gle human being; It affects no Interest, way lu dealing with reporters road, Hy an citplo . May K Industry ' NcoAt srr Mf Its col shrewd schema for lucrcastn who were known to him. Ho wat al last spike was driven in tbo LouisliiR Pastilug to a consideration of the wool tlonofdjna" te at tha Palmer Mine, near lections. It has selected a number of ville Southern road ou tbo 1Mb at Guest's chcdulc, he referred to the meeting of the ways happy and pleasant In his man hero ut hilf I ' cne o'clock this morning, pretty gh'U ns colIectotK, nud now thu Uool (Dowers' Association and the Wool ners; frankly told them what they creek, four miles noith of Hhuthyvllle. A Prcd Hanbui. 'iidL'hailes Huubergweio Hunlcrg'a back was tor returns aro very licit y, for If a fair Manufacturer' Association, and to the wanted to know, but Invailably wound pedal train hearing tho ufilcers and stock-bol- d Instanllykii is of Ibo road was run from Louisterribly torn, und a ntaplo from tho door platepasiir ces any loluctaucu on resolutions adopted by them. He declared up the Interview by resting Ins white . theioueroapproprlttUtceu-mouagreed upon at that Ivery bone in llanburg's tlio part of giutlcmeu visitor to con-- tl that lho wnt found nt ' nana on tun repot ter a shoulder and ville, and the last tpike was driven, meeting wu Iniquitous, and continued lea when The cause of theoxplo bodyuasbr Unite, hho nlniply Millies pleasant saylugj You wiltpIoae lo remember, lt will In borne In mind that we raise Jamcs Kin, u merchant, and Joel Auk . tlonls uuku ' upon him and motions It llm directlott lu Ameilcu uttoul V.VoMiil Kuml "f my filcml, that I hao not said any ihi, u farmer, mot aud fought each other Ho can't ivsUt, aud Wool, that It required more than usi.UH of tho plate. lo Death. Sentenced bo-- , tliluffforiMibllratlon." Then he would clubs, In Ho (r)kuimU for tho uses to whit h It i put explain how publicity might hamper with no witnetaes. Liuttlu County, theie a usually puts tu it quarter nt least Auk11us injuries Ing tVriTAN, (it Mjy 11 Audiew Patterlly reason of cllmatn tu in our lounlry was totluy sttiteiiccd lo cause his mm ill lil uyjhi cases. Ills coulldence biuUen urm, rib and bead will son, of this pial w blik Congress hat no on "Whoso plettifo U that?" asked mieuces, over necessary ueigbbor that bo bo hanged " M"' 'Jt'1 ur July for tho murtrol, tho hnlr to buedtncer was nlwnjs ret;ieelod. Since he estab- deutli. Kitts notified a der of Lucas U Ulatns, whom ho cut lu a thu now owner of a Nebraska opera-liotisotain manufactures can be growu onL out lished himself lu New York ho wm tljr bad killed Augtln and then fled. heal of sheep, A boo killed thlrty-scveI.I.M. nn miUt who had U'ontold to aide of our territory, and alo return railed nut of bed long after valued at ton dollars per bead, ou a farm decoratn tho bliUdll)"; accordlup' to hU wools not produced In America ureabo midnight In respotwo to a reporter Servian Plot Laid Bare. ''hbakspoaro's," replied lately needed to lw mixed with our wool to call. Kvon nt that hour he was genial, uear I'm I. UrbflRibr Sliy 1!. Tho police hnvo own laste. At Hopkiusvltle tho wife of Amos Slnikipeant! Who's that? prmlmo tbe fabrics required, Therefore willy and obliging, rove'illug tbo aUle- - thonitUt. seized d 1 '" ,l' tuutUirothe :kViM,iU pounds of uif at far be could gate ol tho recently thwarto I Nuer heaid of blm. l'alnt It out aud cau wool und to produce the uiuo ' of - Ashoit tlmo bcfoiu at death a llro wer, colored, recently dead lubirth toa sprcad nut hit tho bod ihlld, which was found Wool und foods alitolutelv netean In re leportertold coutpiiaiv 1 "A bi tended by tho plot put my picturo iherw?"- - t'uek. him that ho would liU the other morning. lis mother U a large, iv ng iiiuu aim tno jcjijiiig to 1111 must bo luiMiitcd, either lu its aw abovo all ihlugN tert wonun, and tho verdict at tbo to pi tut some of the hoa " capilul und lualall I'i iuoo Uiiroutli Voiiu Ma- n- "May I rtUlo or lu Its manufactured stab' public m infuiit had . 011 tho throne tmd coroner' inquest MU Jones Kaingeurt" alo tu kiss ) 011, MIm ilom-s?uer :DiiiMm pound of wool I'11' jiiH'rt'tlii; coulidiiutial cluU he had come to Its death was that thuaccidentally by Udng (in llotnia, 'Ihe cuiuiu (ludigiiiinlU) promote a With him. 'Hi., What mean, dull Oil Wtol bus, by tbo rap.1 "'' dilated I to Itut4ian liitluenoj. 11 and smothered beneath Ha mother iary it at m tbe avidity withwhUh of tho lust twenty icvcn all?" U V M. newspaper luaabed was aUep. while the D'imViH would nud smb. itcmoiisiiatid uot loiHjuf udtuulufe t I no 'TtWahT I'AHXriU Miolbar know whit 11 kits Is yet? Well, wiHii Mut mallei. The 'Iiik DriuoiiHtie KtecutlveCiiniiiiitt'eot " flower, tHM'aiiMMt or t b rl I'.IMH II, t ImiitHl to )tin ' lillever aaw. him aiititaut, piohlublo has notjh fciwu i'( Mint ir only n ed Ul,d fcl,,s ..yaU Chrltlian t'ounfy uomlualvd Mosot Wei ot Whilu UImi atciil'ithlp joti ato the fumiltM mid iini" J 2w ' aiiep my death, my ftieudj wait for sheriff by I majority over M. Majors (iiiost ouM bftteraitply thodictloitary Iforiiijni' market 'lho maiiufattuier Iku ha.l Uuod nvouliig." nwliilf. parcntly the lartett pruttvliuu and tb lill lam dead." .V. J'. Huh. Crttic I llni-A- BSM tho Inhnbltatits of imi lhn& tbo surrounding cooniry rorwt0ra m--, VI were aroutcuiromaieei f lraaabou ,,. ujrat near o'clocK v.-- w a irow-.ople)0 level was. which tho tornoafo. approaching later tbo nolso beemm 'aw V and tbo air was black mast that bugt, covering tho ff nn Inch thick. La built. In width roau destroved. Kvcry the sarnobour tjiers) Tbo ieopio n p ing uros ana ) ilettroy them YondahubsM the place ao as to w lla bas nxnmlncd f uiig, am serfs thnt bo has nover lid it before In this country. It Is cf a siAlea that Is no cullar to tha soutnem pari tk Africa, and a io years ago rained ilwnlipii tho people of that section orry right for six months In tho ear. Thf bugs about tho size of tho Jur.o bug, blnjk attUtonigii, with long, polulod gauxy win :. It Is harmless, and dies toon after lout ring tlk ground, Ati ixTi. Hi., unr VMZr T- Nlct$f flJ""" '!' -' aTb of lelter-esrriertmeat of lbor H' isrwe prnaion !ut AH wat adopU " SLon plnaaosto s tipa. A ; J fhs bill Ifmllmg u ashi.notox, May Ms fta a rttlew of Vhe sHuatld aurnluk .It roMMtftM 19. I tcwecu ow Sfa6 l ury ie tr k- -' muj tUMTl 1. IhIv . . tesMlaataei acoi&iallsifll MttlleW untaxed material. In the Metl, by the verr necessity of the IstMectlon of different sorts of wool nrr, ;;o duty could be made so . pay the American farmer for I sfeeep whose wools arc .neeea- Iteilxed with other and no flrxle forkis4enflnLBV&M TiTE COMMONWEALTH. ice hItsrouda4 Ittthatho has fac&r'ronstantlr R. K. Dter, iu atUmptia? to lard a or being unable U dispose of' ptrtfl a price which rendered their train on the Cincinnati Mitlwim railway, mt remunerative He has had to st Tatevllle, fell beneath tbo cam and waa wtih foreign manufacturers who fstatly Inju el. Ha claimed to tm (rout Chattanooga. of HJ. Hoblntoit, by the cars, got a Max) verdict against tho I & N. rallroal, at tfopklnsvllte. has seriously Injured Tnr Kentucky hemp. Moses UurrWArr, colored, was burned to death near Hopklnsvlllo by hie clothes t taking flro from a grate. W. II. M1Utom, postmaster at Dun- more, Muhlenburg County, realgned wA H. L. Melton was appointed In hit tic ail. Ciuur Mi u.ms li the new postnsaator at Uvlngston, Itock Castle Cjunty, vlco Ueo V. Uook, resigned. Tiik next meeting of tbo Kentucky uomeopatbtc Asscelatluit will bo twld at who was klllel Tns administrator rrelleve the manufacturer from rty of using Iheae wool a. n correct answer to mow can? Maxwell sH wer Hum nny other ant in tpwn ?" fllft g tha brAtoctlvo avstem. ha poeta)fortunes, made as If in a viclousness of a renables so few men to absorb rsccuuiaJaMons of a nation, and Without afldlug anythtng to the MaaeeMttcy orto IU .happiness. .foundation of eaMolncrc. pd distinctions between the by lu JJEjre wilt wrslst In Itn wo miiitVralnBlt to accept " uuooyto tho LI,. r-T . .? would relievo aa far as A could do the evils of the present uueqttal system, reform tho Inequalities of tho present tariff, and promoto American Industry by giving to American labor tho hope of a permanent, stable and profitable ftiarket It recognized that a system that had been in eilstcnco for over a quarter of A century could not be hastily nor recklessly overturned. It desired to harm 00 Industry. It constantly leaned In favor 01 tbe established rates of duty and In caao of doubt propo-ies- a rale which 11 ueiicvea to do entirely safe. He denied Mr. Burrows' (Mich.) assertion that no member of tho committee dared father the bill, and added: "Of course any bill not In w hole or In part prepared by tbe gentleman from Michigan would fall to meet his approbation, for It Is tbe pleaning belief of gentleman of his opinion that they alono are competent to prepare tariff bills, and if It wero possible for Job to re turn and asktthat old qneatloni 'Where ahall wisdom be found and where la tbe plate of understanding! ' tbe modcat gen tlenian from Michigan, either alone or In company with some of bis ccucagues, would feel constrained by tne irresistible sense of duty and of fitness to rise and, with downcast eje but firm demeanor and bar.d resting on his man ly breast, answer ixui8vilie. . ti?---a?zrr- BBBBjaBBBBBBBBBBBBBffrnBrBrl JWjZLTtjAJy 21H iven- - pSf,-- ri journed, In tfnd t rant port at Ions, was aareed the calendar wero con 1 Id c red and several pssted. Including bills fixing the pension for the lo-- a pr one ere at lift, and allowing aid to State homea ot dm bled soldiers, at the rate of f 100 a year for each soldier and appropriating ITO ono for thnt puriae. At 4 Op, m. the Hcnate ad- as of safety peaceful revolution box, bfX, which may prereut forceful revolt. But If capital, though organized effort, enormous and return Its can control the ballot-bo- x sefYstdttoCongrcsi, discontent, founded remedy. Free trade In on Justice, will find England can not prevent u win nasten the ultimate abolition of the law of primogeniture, the disestablishment of an established church, the exclusive ownership of the soil and of a hereditary legislative chamber. Protective tariffs and monopolistic legislation cau notilntroduce Into America permanent hereditary class distinctions. He is a shallow thinker who does not know that man la essentially tho same everywhere, and that his ultimate goal is a civilization baaed on equality. "Kevcral times since this debate com meaced the true argument against this bill tbe only really effective appeal has been uttered. It may be condensed Into United we stand, divided we fall.1 It is tbe argument of combination, of threat. Each 'protected syndicate says to all others in this greatest of all American trusts the 'tariff combine1 1 We must eland together, for anvwhere to defeat everywhere.1 Ho the sole duty any one will give up Is that on sugar, because they believe the surrender of the sugar duty will take from the Treasury so many millions of dollars that thereby all the other duties may be saved. The promise toglv- - bounties Is as purely Illusory aa wero tho offers made on the tariff Is mount of temptation. The pre-etha result of combination; It U lo be maintained by combination. Tbe luteresU which secured Its passage are to retain Its bene-tit- i; the meana received by it, so far as necessary, are to bo used to perpetuate it. "The boast has been made on this floor that the chairman of the Committee on and Waya and Means In the Forty-eightForty-nintCongresses had been stricken down because he opposed this 'combine.1 Greatly as I deplore his defeat and as much as I miss his presence. It may be that his defeat, compassed as tt wat, will be of greater benefit than his presence. His very absence arrests the atteutton of the He public, and all tho people aaki 'Are such elections necessary to the maintenance of this system!' Gentlemen protectionist, I wsrn you that the vacant seat of Morrison cries louder than the virtues of Duncan 'agaiuat the deep damnation of his Uklug csoe dent. Dr. secretary, Dr. Howard Crutcber; re?cerd-In- g secretary, ltrt A. C Jcue; treasurer, Dr. J. A. Vnusant. Tne other morning, at Milleraburg, as Irs. V. Ilalteuger was standing In bet garden, a large Walloon dropped as II cut cf thocloudi at her feet, and, In her attempt tocapturo It, she was badly bitten on the face and bands. Who threw a aha! over It to protect her hacdt, and nt taal took It alive. It measured four feel from tip to t'p, and weighed twenty pounds. These birdt aro very scarce and come In a storm. When their feathers blow oft they fall to tho ground. They are also vicious and will battle with a man. This bird Is the first that has ever been seen In that portion of tbe country. Flocks of pooplo went to town to see IU It will b) kited, St A; ,!; cl 7Veu .. fV. ..J. dialed ft fr lue ni .. diou )ait b" "'l Wlry sr tifmm rwr HUllLliMtfaVffAlM I H CI i H IIM IWWHtJ i -- 4 -- "" r 311 T AltlirVKD HOME WITH I,OADs OF EL1S&ANT ?. rpv VTOv Kjts ".. 3.r XTJ- UC ' HA NAN A. 3ST 3D rw ACAM'Y.ft'H- Af " 4r'tJ &- -- i' W' r r STYLISH SHt3S8 Joriiiin- bjs: ;T k 5i 'j3?4 ji 3 1 Vr gBSBg w Thoso Goods were Bought for Cash J)own. and at lower ligures than any oilier bouse bong hi llio most complete and lingnilicenl lino of Now Goods over boibro exhibited in Uickinnn. Goods, bought with an eye to the wants of the people thousand will ho Sold aioiccr Prices than other houses can oiler. My Stock, throughout, is all Reliable and Substantial, First-Clas- s I can't stop to advertise a fewjjfra; articles, Adhere everything in my house is Cheap. X claim to have the of this section. j 1 A RGE i SifT. first-d- a BBS TJUMMljNGS, S Tt T3 T Ihav -- ANl lity, Kleg. .much Li la. CXCCf Comprising all lines usually found in a Store, and for DuH Hinlr, L F I Car CUE A PEST Jii ,,, - STOCK u irr-- w OF IT -- GOODS, FINE BlUilSS 'OAli'lj FLEIASE Ar t NX) A. THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN', KY. Stylishness cannot hv cupmlcd anywhere in Hickman. Jn LADLKS t() selcci from tlian can be found m any other House. iiSSSv WOOlCB GOODS AND A. YOTJ Tan Wool viton sui:mitx ins who him. KTiot t cutxci;. ;i -- rT.I.H .i!'iroM)cl ASD WAURN, It 9 IX ) a or wAni .ti the tato, lw It Nrf rlhori or eiuM tipoa tho ontiuMt- h tho H)lmcAl contests Sil Cluca.. wiie'i llrtiit nliiu He u tort, rfcton, IMiDkeu AlDttcmdi Ahy othar l s in n.iKs. i) - jv is as u r jv in a cv v jl HON' K Y. nr. tin: iir.ititi.iAN s. V . thnt the News records tho failure .pl.inli . .. nf .n til 1111: u iiiiiiu n iiikii "tin i.t.irilti.. luiituiuii.C( U lnce u's momliip, mid, vnnUhcd. mill the Senator. him- ns UBunl, cveryliouy ilichmii8 ro not great, the power of 1m ruportvti iih ackiiOwltMlIu nhonnihilitv for tho tiiortlfvhii? A UusaiAN engineer has Invent ttulT, Tern to regulate mo wages iIhhoo. It certainly wn not tho In liiraiiNltlpruhle: bat na -I IIIIIIKCH Oil rCTCM III L' , iMr' cccpt f,iUn 0p iu, UIO trc vi".jRh.vi tlirough whose two atioiau tiillitltn tnl invested In v.-- i. Sir Jrt.lront f cnn i. i.i... rtr..i, uirtlnior, ." nCoTf t iTt iiUncnii hoiflnto If It I iinrownrileil rfTortu tlin immciiflo iWnfuutures U ruirllextWetlnof.. tho SniUh.urKui,,f'U.al . he, ,w,,w nil other ' .u.Af,.if..A ....: nuinnentcilnv the .,i.. ,. locrntfl who were otleieil hic neverthe- crowd whleh thronccd tho streets .... i;;:;. :; u".:;"".i-, ri-';iiii men lU'ptlDlieun leill CTA, VI8 IlCCPpi lu " .i.M t. " ii.ipunv imiu-mi-n- i iiiiielnte their less been quietly widti g hi al tO'iiav was luuuccn 10 eoaio 11. nun u.rnf jooij. 01 vi, ""i.lljll; hmvhbh hi .uuiiipuiB hi .unjf uuio to tue UUSIUCH4 niiercsiR .. iitfornus: but mott all the States 4b sm.ro. del- er. The papers were as much itu j ....t..A in iiip rniiit-n- i nr aikmi r'litiini nvir Siave:uy has been tlono nwny that Stnte, that pnsed upon as tho visitors, lor ion the other ecates for lilm altwtiuinsi imi wages of lahor hecomes hi,- - , I . . with In Hra7.il, the only plaeo on Seerotnry . of. tho Timiviirv mule. the tin - An t ,,,n ..n.r-.HcimhliemiH lots were nil cabled iur here, 'they were assured by tho self a kl HI ia nriK. nnl ow iofk, out ":M,,,"i(In V iiiorlnnii nnutlnniit. vlii it it mm uioeiiotcoo! " , wlmlious and half-- Tho publication helo of tiio actual 'appointed iiinuitccrR of tho dein. irmii iniiu .t tll'ltt tltlll 111 lid. aai'i.i iiiiin inr iii.in f u nun n hearted. iW York has lllii it taoAdAvliicii arsttes fiutties of tho alppoed Illalttc uiiBtraliun that tho prograimno v.. iHtiokcn, nml stamls for IMnlne rcHimea b eombtimtionts muonj; well for tho success of tho great managers In Xew Yorl cdy, how- - furnished tltcm would he carrteu IN IHI, tno Jcepniiucau party, ' ,jrNl n,Hj jjelcW FCCoim1. The ino workitiR classes; hr iiird p Dcniocnitio party. I 1 i ever, gives a nowinipi'ns to t he 0llt. rhat ttoine one Iiuh failed t for liiuhcr wnceH PV ?"i T In eonvt'iition nsseiabluil, plcdceil v..r.- - is.iuiMi.M.ti ipnilors -S..I d lUaluo talk. a It Heemed from I tho liMiomfiiiouidv In tho Dorformauco -. . . .. .1 n in t t a. . Itself to "correct tho inequalities lOI,eiv niiuouneo that the purM vp time; by trades unions, If ,t 'iiii;i'ouner-.iournmisiispoRei- i azures that lr. ij.atae'oum duties undertaken, goes witn-tof tho tanfl." Where now nre cnu n0 longer onrrv tho 4,bloodj 80no countneH, unfortunately, by treat with solicitude tho old- - thelargeht iiumbtrof vtes, some-- out the saving, and that tho city nowinig tree irnucrs ' inoso iece atiu uioousiieu. inn tue new srneme 01 tue lonaauoa 01 a tldiii! liko uti or 01U 0 uio niei w sufler lv tho deception ita ahirt Umia'; m thut Stato.aiitl that ; OP Mr. Carlisle's speech on tho blieriUHti'8 Chicago upeccii ever u!"' Slate down in this section, ballot, oen beforo tlo fnvotilu Pl,scd upon the throng of isitors laf Frr Here Kyf. C0WOILL'SEYE SALVS. lmi! bc.cu Mills Iim,Saturdy,n is estlamted equally certain. nlanufaclurintr nvi tern nn.L v ll.W8: ! MH Hie srieriai whien jwrcoiftiM aniiougii iu'lll,i,, """" '.V'.r. inai a auiiiuu copies win on buu '' evidential possibilities. Slier- " inoro usually JUcr Kor NcurAl(t noil Ithfumnthm, nnu ,hrolIph ,I(. rin millthe eJitor of th uio sccomi,delegations had been! L't r It costa much Mcribcd for bv uieiuherR of Con- ',?"";", """n "f tiely fMv "" m of the way, Jreslima rep ' cr,t niggloi cr n imiieji in is layor pllfcItll.e w , Uc H,ier inlcro-mr-gress, tittlfr reform clul, etc. sttucteil for him, ho wnlil go to for making a dress than for all tho COWOILL'3 WEASSL OIL. U1.1 tl.; "n-i- f man , h Hh RK lr lot. Hlaluu element of recent the niitl lltH notnliutlon with nmteiials which are put into it. v() , wouM M- o- o Tin; United Labor party 1.0... . the patty. HimlHOii, Alllnou, Do wolicjr." ; ho greatest enthuiasr, and jet, A person of moderate means Is ftsT Kor ril-nated Itolici t I. Cowdrey, ot Clil- - pew, Hawley, and Alger, aie only out of tl" the great cut inlmuess, nnild not often deterred from buying cos- COWGILL'S PIL2 MHTKEST. pi.n A.i.ciiwrt.. ..., .....i Ul n.i IIIU llio oiaaa Hecoml chomo to Ilhiine. mid tea cairo. for President, . k'l . . I IIMIVI ' U. III! " IIIVII IHII .& . -- .., miiI mmNof i. Dim1 IIV.'III II ik. I UIIU nt ti.ir.i ii.mna vi.iii mot? tho ito.li-.iil-n . hv toi3r Fur Trttr ami Kinf worm, umimwiiuwiMui Hudrugist Convention nominated ize mid understand their altitudei v expense of puof Ktntucky.Temtfwi of PI- reu ballot. mnmnil - ihU iiOV, nnlved the thouL'iit tho goods alter thev COWOILL'S TZTI2S OIHTSISOT. ant .cliauces. if Maine is not the' .1 rniiiimnr n"" tul,u uulu "Vs lana nml.?. to, ucn leraen ! ucn iiisr in rhn ... nmkinn. . ,, V"1" , ...- - .... . .. n nn invnriinr fitui in livnin.i irii the KlaiiiuiiiiluiMieo Happy Is the '""I.-,,- inr """,""; "";v.V Tiii:XewYork1)emocrnUoCoii.i"""cct.luc" l i. . miJI took tho most strenums means .arc onco bought. speech remarked one ot thobo named nuking a go to tlie I'r Wurmi, drvadetl lest tliemoiip) ilevil wbileeD to tlnd out what Mr. Uliiue'ri ntti maiden who can muke her own vontiou instructed its delegates ",ORt witamlv prevent "Gentlemen, the olllco of Cover oavuiiihif AUiiuhc i.tr or PaJaesh hna ;uj0 ou tho uiocincutis, and I j for sho can hne about 1.1 vol., NiiSMlt for CloveSatid. nnd'"1'" lltM llt9 dl'CIt iUiClllllg lllO IUI f tun ftm lmitpy to say that nv enorts twice as many things for Ilia bhihc CsrrsUl's rnA.t wena Byrup Rftpeil on the poo.l'7 p'opt ant lieartllv indorsed every action ofl Urcsiiam iiomi goiung 1110 iiomi ears." Instantly William was on cyt Harrison amount of money as tho lady who sAritVACTIox WA!lASrhKi on the Trcsidcut since ho went into nation. Hlaiueitcs has no chance his feet, asking to he allowed to IhHr' Urthriibl. V , i". iiiiruini: .n '' .,. ,, . TilK MOSRY HKtVSUKD. have used him but tho olhce. ask n question. Tho J in! go de- Ml T.carj. Mr. Journiltai TheMnrly ' Mt. Hlaine aKeu I lor Liuicpiuis has to have everything done for, to prevent (Sresham from carry' clined to bo Interrupted. uAlt yeomen of the Pureint-- e nn not yei realy in New York, and wai very glad "Cr VropiUlor, Far S!o tj JosiUMi It. Anderson, nomi- ing Ids own Statu Indiana; and clortoiM to glvo them to him. Naturally toiHiresrii iheecuriiy of Indianapolis 1ms a dime sav. i I nated last week by tho Tennessee so it la with Hawley in Connecti- right," nid William, with a shrug, nmlio L'oitetl We Sttml, tht IiviJel W j j,0 wnR ol displcad, ttlt he said lngsandioucompaiiineouuee. J, W. LUWuILL, UPUggiSl,' Prohibition Convention for (!ov cut, Allison in Iowa. Alger in "if 3 on won't nnswer a question "" without equivocation that his tion with ono of Its churches that j ruor, died at his home In Ilrlstol Michigan, and Depow in New for mo these folks ain't going to MUkman, Ky. jau f linfta n Thm l.nc niiNn0 iprnrnAnt rn Florence letter and l.ter inter- - alms to Increase the saIug ten nnrtnlti 1J : o M .....,.v..o, ...-iiid.iy morning. Ho had been III York. The Kepubiicau nominee t jtn fnf rnnrn. M. "."v..l vlpw Wll! .Ml) .Vixv, dency atroiig tho poor. It reuWell, go on, then, and nsk your of party, must regret the drift tho three weeks. Mill bo Maine or Grcslmm. 'question," replied the J udge,Hinp- - Kepubliean leaders are gFIn'g the sentcjl his pre sent nttnidc with ceives any sum down to one cent, A PACKAon sent from tho Amerpislily. William arose. "You approaching Presidential nam. complete iriua. leuaueiHro, though its usual deponlt Is ten ican National Hank of New York umiocuAiic maii; coti..ru ...o... 4 aUw.. cents or upward. One of tho say," ho observed, 'lho oftlec of palgu. The declarattons ot their' " Washington City by express, to Tho Democratic Stato Conven dovernor has necn puisulng you orators and Iatformsln regard to t hat his name would notgo before primo objects Is to benefit poor I remaining $11,000 was stolen in tion, In session in Lexington, last for years 1" "Yes, sir." "Well, "unfair elections In the South," j the Chicago eoiention had been people by teaching them how to 25fe?s ot pi33 many aclaowlcdg-"fair,- " transit last week. Tho detectives week, 111111I0 tlio following l'iist tmvr, and another U to help perlavo to eav is, tliat you'ro and their promiso to mako thera'puhhsliei!. the havo discovered no clue to the DiHtiict uomiuatfous: certainly means that if thej t(l ,1,a,Icrti f l' Kt,l,ul '"J" ,ur sons to buy fuel in summer, when gaining on it." lobbcry. ami VSest, hv It Is cheap, for uso the following Delegates to St. Louis J. W. pilKKOLLOWINO TilOUOt'OM AND again come into power that they 0". UI nuke pn Higli (iraJc blwk KKAM-Y- , will use such mothods In the con-- ' tively pushed for tho nomiua ion, winter, when it Is dear. Lastyear wouldn't it bo coward-- , Mac, ot Marion, end (J. It. Leigh, WHO OWNS Kr.XTCt'KYT ! ,,. ' II t)U ll( !:IUI 10 M'C atu Wild lirfDl Mn ai my auiiitt, i nirc r ..f ll,.. .Innltm,. n. ..Ill ly in the Kepiiblicau party not to of Padueah. llrst, and the experiment ttr tCoTlhgtuti CtmnionwUli tiui si iiivou vi..(iuiki hi .(it, .11 "iin lie l'Mt tftadon, Kitllon cu'int, Kjcu put lorwaru " Alternates Meyer Weil, of nominate Hlaine f The Itepubli-- ; The keynote tho next Legis- suro difl'crent results in the South- - nml liii nnnlil lint onA Usohoucbi, proveil Huecessful beyond all ex The tturiif litrtd horw, . . ... lit CA IllflllV and C. 1. DaUs, of initli-hin- lative campaign of " van patty mado him what lie is. " V, ' m uicru any otner ".' V t lcctiion. his been sound- era states, .. Mini Imviug done so, it is sheer ed. The Louisville mid Nashville inetuocl known to man, uy which.""""'" te of t'ie . prfntest importance to M. Smith, Kill I road nvstem will lie District Klector-- W. rmratdico to hunt up a new man, Drvil bj Ctpt Cotirllly, of .MoUto, Ata,t a rnndl. this can bo done, excont tho uso ' 1.1 .1 n ! n r I r n.i.l . .. t I i.l ti illlai. v Annuao, and tluow tho plumed Knight" of Maytleld; assistant, Charles date In nearlv evorv . couutv. . Tho of a standing army! The States nip uviuvciib nun iviuutiiii ... his ADVSIITISINO RATES. i b v liiii lluckiWto. Wl Um, 1.111 Wrrt, .. . .. the r. liy Imp AuMHtllft. ini1iUi ests, as well as to thots of" Wheeler, ofraducali. ovcrnouru coiurui wiubu h. na iii rennsvivaniannd tlie t." a v -in fiiA -- - vicisiiuub, pru lij IUimh;.mh 3rd id in, Liura, bj 111(1. 7r,2iII?rirs':mptfM4f! ror. Do fwHWH. jrr. . impciiiiyo: m.i.i.i;f u...iii Hmt .aumihlt 01 rrinri m ..1..1 a..j. Ml (! wiouiiF. i noi Hit hl( c Immii rtw jrr Tut: UoimbUcaiiB of MhaonrL !.... Yifnn--.nF- uinninie K. m.. nf :l ""u" X,,C,,,V Ifla han, Idi ilmi h MmUml.l'r, oiU K. to no noiiesi. iJaiu bj ParnUl, Ii Ii dim, Nrll .SauoJer, want to ho a candidate, aijd he i' iiHibtn WiMtftf, Jwiiiufi irr , t.y WlUm bP. Mh M. Jw Jn'.Utto.Imp.y aol-- j hid iPiiNnns for not wniithiL'la be. K' IIe"-h- . Uni, Itnrltji, hj Imp Poo th. ""S.Mo'comn.ercc con.ro .,, tho military-- by which were personal to himself, iM.tw.r V'h Jm. hr Cloillbrt; o 1.1 tlr.i,l. ,.u !... ...! .l.;..l. ,.. .... IW rmt1ff T fro.!!lxr alrrrtU Ctttdurl; Mlr ralnttr, I7 l.rano lir. :'HmV.Tl,,l.UH.,0.,.r:-x,S;Mo.Tiinp...... ..v m iiU ii- intm.. vfrMlniuii ruin, I4UHI Pllliitam. l ill I " V VuVmri TirlTl.- My ne imagined, lie was aiuler no i litf. into .missouii, prove.i his ifconl j t,p list is that of District Klec- TnK latent wrinkle in tilings po-- I (itirir 'I (rlbilM f Uh nwi wIM irni lltlcnl Is tho eqnal riShts party.! obligation to make known. Assistant I)istiictKlcutor,V?nl.r hrcl f.r at U f l Arl rltrr rrit, 13th Jtiii Hiiier lo iiusana, ir iuiui i ! ! tm t.i(r MorM matcii uy tiioini nml in those two anoointments the uessee, and will soon be in pos- This new organization held its k. mill"! vuiluud, Jifuii rr lhwli lllli dam, aUter to thnuiitrr, by m:w i.iUN, ''0,' ' ."i'f '0".r- - U.' session of Kentucky. And then first national convention at ues ilit AtaL VtttKi loth uam iir ifiU As the iliiy of the Chicago con-- ' V?riJ J'"8 Mnjllold. is ackuowl-iipiiaren- t Arabian. IClb Uui hy .nUr. Uoyallr of Tho following Is a brief sumaia may the Lord have mercy ou oar .Moines, Iowa. Tuesday. An ad- vcntiiiu ilmvva ni?h, it hecomes blwl Me U bred, out ot Kfiiiueky dress was delivered by .Mrs. Net- j ry 0f tin general laws enacted by (tue hi, and ba to cvciy one that tho eilged to he one of tho most souls. 5 jfitMoM, b.oirl luy. lawyers in the tie Saufonl Cliapiu, ehairwoman tiMlegishuurereccntlondJouriied: If ?' iHt l'ilrr. Ijromtalns hhiiAffU tkt Uft I'lrttlcr In Hit of Mr. :I.iIiia will be iroTn ailvo-p- i 11 n 4hl l.uirl ' country of tho I'llioual executive eommit-- t w stato Hoard of Ktptaliza " "1 tmlp llm miuuii at llm low ONrH. WHIT i iheio In great fo.co anil that u htatc, au one of llioo ti.iesl llt HUlllriil, H MU ' bellevo ho catcs ut tl.o bar. tee, after which tho convention tiou was reduced from elocn to m w ft ii I lrr kert 011 rtr of $lfi.KJ ttaa inn'trt. on tny urnia, l If KLhiM'ib'l Nfwi eciiiu-crieimrhl. effort will bo niaile ,,,1S ! I rtlcr lrp, If imi Pnurct, or fnl Jlrtdcl, ',0' ,"alk, pollt s a Bpoclnl A single page In an issuo of the proceeded to placo a I'rcsitlcutfnt fonr mcnibers, who arc to be up. hI Na IUi.la. to stai.ii.eilo tho convontion into ll t'Mi m llyliK.Cr-UIf j" ri.. . ..... Ci.hi,... in his f1"11" IjeliiR wcilikd to Iih pro- Century taken for advertising par- - ticket in tho field. It was couvc pointed by tho Governor, ii unanimous declaration if "1 ht Mtin? ichHiuu, uul uu n;m 1110 iumiii, iiiu poses costs $.Uli; Hi Harpers, nieutly arranged so thnt delegates Teachers of public schools are If fen waul lull iMlUliwn, r.VO. TTTOTO . v nun iiPirnii'Ria t'linruoinr. v 1U" ,. .. . "UlgaziUCH, h w country could hereafter required to obtain ccr- If to4 rt imiiitiiir "" " Mili4 Tc. iroill from all over tho In by mall. If ir.Mi mmml 1Ih.Ih, I liralih, 1. J itVi Tin !iniin in whlid. nnn. fSmnl 1" 1" ? iuvtv'1'uuru . itunuiciitu iu al 5. ' 0lIlc.r Will "- send their ballots - ririnrrlv ohiihI by Tho. Sim, nesr M muu l " If ton Ht JOB PHINTINQ V A early ad tiileates from tho comity hoard u in llieobl. In uas horn, at l'olut IMeasant. Cler- - l0neRt convictions of principles, I "J!.. r 011c column III Tlin when tneso were opened .mis., ' beforo t hev can draw money for ritt hi i.nfwnt, IhI UtUriTj iihirr, )it cnf Ky. Una burav wiiapirfil byIHOilel III rii.li.. l IIm MtltWl lj cMib wrlUklilffll Vflo M B IfrftCl inoiit county, u no, lias necn lean (that will prove him a foeman (S0 0(H) In tho Hclvn A. Lockwood, tho famous teaching. Trihnne him, out nf fin Itoclcy Mounliln tnaff, od by tho Oincinnatl Centennial, tiy the steel of any man the Jtcj was. The salaries of Circuit .ludgesi pkooufortho. wBlllRto" l'lv-hyer- , blgli. ban 0w YoikTr i'l Office. It flOwi nearly black, aaitd'ci laejuil to . """"V :. .'. . rnnml rrt Imm mor mi a. rnntnriri! I n idnmim. ' . eomillSS OUCrS. it Will be floated imM;,.b mnv ..l..w A...... io !fl(in lino form, down the river on a barge, taken 0u the stump against him. The , n, iaOyearAobl, In fiu kw. , J vw tl. ell of H bn ' .. .wlallA tho votes Ieast for President,. '3.000. ....... .lll . . .. A l m t .1 nvn nt I li i.J will make ibe aeauu at f 10.00 by tbc III Llllf I!l'llllIlUHtl tflllll IIH UIIU Illl. I Aio nt.i II i..i.iiim nnnTi i.n lin . '..... . . ' i .!.:., ........ ..... . . . fit With relies Ot tho childhood. nhinod In lintfpr hnmlR. Tho ftRJS","..wVV I..I...I .. mv vvmm'iv iiiio nii'iui'ii(iivii fAPt!.fli.,.i.,hln. b.Ol.ooil nml later career of tho iintanUlector. Mr. 01m. Wl.eolor ' . ? . i. iHni.i .. "r ' Itlent, lion of tho branch peuitciitury at I, alat, atilt bare tlit nnteU J VCK, ,, Inai,e of 10 8alI10 ' ,vl,rtlll11Lf to -- TIIK nuioot Appomattox. . 0 Iciir Kddyville, ' . . ., . . ! .: . ::: ..t m.... An ot u...- n in. ." ": .k ', i,n..i,ftnft.ii.1ini.,.fti tejr C(,iiUmis ":: u nu uu t.un.mii i uountuy coiorcu Jiepuniican icmi. ni' ul olc,u u"")1;; " ' aii nci was passeui priMcimng, W AliTTT V TJTTTArQP AT5t?k b'urnif rlv unliJ I.F Juutl 11. Atctlchrc He Theso figures will tn town hint Katurdav. tho ilnv nf wiui nun, niuueis represeiueiiaw i ui..pfiS i(Q of interest to the puuucan paper, nas me iouowuig hogs with cholera trom rnuniiig al U In line runJitffit. trtfli. uni hfililii bel behalf of that crringamt huge, a penalty of jJIOO being at- tho Demouratiu primary election, n joung man of fine ability, hl I man wlm invests $10 anil liatters l0 s:l3 - iTiiriHiu;i At le r than ever Ufw He UtnuTrcU kuuwn public olllclal, Tom tached for iolatlon of this law. j Mll0(Unr, j ,mM.f Wlt, . . . il.mil asked a town negro what kind of, l0inlar orator. t10 idea that ho is an lnneu abused InuirMre In iittd any rrcoiiimrii J.itioh Wilt $lU UO Henry: "It is true that Capt. the ptfirbt etaiun a ibe old price, an election was coiug on and ex 't An act was passed making It extreme liberal advertiser. iIpkIi-Ifi invnre uniRSMl n Henry gets on a spree occasion unlawful for any person to throw to voii. Tim "Bnociiinr WT I'arilea uMiIng to bretd to any of ally, but that hu is constantly flown rud fencing or cut wlro knowing town coloied gentleman1 The attendance at tho Lexiug nit'KUAX i.Err ovt. - my aiock willih wtll tom.lify irby worl hi coi.- or mall. t Cyrv Ky , bt lav ibey drunk Is wholly untrue. Uur in-- fauces, fixing tho penalty at a fine rpivr.i.VK Haiti: "Vou'a a fool, nigger; ills ton Convention of the Koutucky 1.... fit W . ,.....,.-,-- .. fJ.. 1 r.I.H. ConUim the cream of the wt-- h forniatinn is (ami we also see lilm 0f leu dollars. is wldto folks1 'Jectloii." Tulaski Democracy was Lugo and entliulo briJ, and I will alwnya arrange! fotojr, to pret, lo (be hour J J . .. .. . v 1U ' rfkfinniitli that llll';'i)lfuclI1 n A...it... OUU.-- i nf All ucwi Juwndepartment of biasllc. AH steps of the proceedLiUzeii. IIUIMi.ilUI KloancUl, Com- - to mil without dtiippnintmeiil All die Jll IlVl reported the . cd irliibL'T for many . ..... i 0( Chap. o." of the General Stat meroUl. lloiiicholJ, Knifldon. Acriculinrtl l... ......,...! liar I er ana .. M.IK JOIIXSOX. Huruor T::u Republicans proclaimed ,iug3 wete marked inch?;Mf carefully wuu utL.W entitled "Division Fences," aB-- ilAfkets, from all totupHf! inony. .Mr. H. 1'olk .lohnsou was raised the total amount of the in more to uapi. iscury-.that all tho cauipnlgu issue they made temporary chiiitmau. Sen- - retpondeuce polnti, Coofret m in iwitniiv in inn III tialHlia rjuiimiiinuni i....i ins nuo ....,ii....i iiiiiv uu icifc men uiiiuu ..,tH.,i to his iVa,. ii.iRAefi. 'linn law ' i.iiL'ti wanted was for a fair and squuro iiiuuiuiuii w..&iuuii ir.imtl. ci"i taxa IkI itt('vi ) Hn.itl.l i'i.j.n.ii.. Mrl.nnrimi. ;.. nit'HU ni,m, Maud up fight ou tho tariff, but utiir IthtiLm ii iviiT m ihdcfnitoH.nt lie r uuuuwi "; nimti. . ..w ...,......- and a i.ir' but icamakes 1..iiii;muii couipotont homo and ie ho had re in route not assesd for other hit) olerlee, Puvlfy Ait Mlrtura. I iHouutuiH than UoII t0 tho laws governing nniit noi .... Ie lo make TltU WKKKLV good tlur urpoie half ll now that they are challenged to birk "mined In hiankfort and liecomo r0ada largo to the St. Louis Convention j.inn.1 nf Mitt.,,meet every dtmanl of lie II.Mr.atlAN t flIi ,01:11111. combat on that issue, every He I 17 liandi high, and welih 'X nml vfiriAl Ainllvnrtt. It proy to the temptatloiiH tnat aro Tho rate of taxation was re publican orator tuns up the black are Wuttersoii. Harris, McKoiizto r.nm ti.n i,iirnB it nmA m h.a a HU constantly beforo a pubic ffiian, ilaceil to 12 cts. Tho tiino nb ilriel toanJ tulaUhil fur the neoole. HwO irtiimU. nnu rolH nte uiiRurpaiAvti Khea audi wv' T.nnUl.i.m i i..i.l cMliltl.. ... wn.i.nBD Aunli n Iip i . ll'ig of the old war issue and tin nwdHondnek. John S. .i. . rfuoqwoii,.ii imiBim iios mi' "vnuj i . ..ii.-- ! ii... i Ki...iC. loltreil are our, upon Uieir i"' iJrm, B'tc i.. ' hi '" m "" i... an ot tue lower .Mississippi "1 ! patronage we dvpend fu j ; '" err ho lo n of tho Southern "l" 'm ;T:,Hr . i ' v rniPnt ! J1"--boldly. The Stat, are eiit pretty ?' l States. Letushavepeacel ..J OERRO GORDO .... ,l " " 1r""",,,lu " . . m. ..iiuiiuui ui iiiu uiiiiu Ktititneky iiuprovotaouia aro as1 rri,,rVrrprr 'X r iilackjacic. - ,w Ith white points, b ... lYJ "rt ii ' .1" uu ;" ..'r n.t ,.:.. t. i. vniuiiiuru 4t . u omy UIII was 10 an ciatsea can oe aecvmpn-nf.- i jjq riCUro.i'UOUmouia ia iinii .1 nifiu nru ueiltrai UOHimiUC'C. iv imo ii with two er. the IIoiiro fiveri Igh, Hue forn,Mjl dMeloplng our uiipr.ii.lj ...aterui for his ofouti traveling Balcarneii in the; Tlio niliiifliifstmtioii of Onvcriinr killed n d acdVe. Ttin "S 0i) the t0 ""empt to apologise not do- - L.,.,lolrlatlon by cutthig offtlio J l,G25 United States. Allowing elauso, but ho .Inea "V""AV ' llrkner wmi iM.dmecd. Tl. xMSJ$Pl mm i m.LTi V , us the average mimuil expense tier1 eLMitcH to the St. Lonls Gouveii .t, ",(.m, ... in..,..,.... serve , the , abuse that ho has ie--.., !" !riV"5.re ". '..i ii huhiv Under a law enactedhv tho last "..: VI 7iuuuiimiir nuii iuiuhuimk " T. ... T1TT.T. , UC uitlil iu ivvu nliinnv i iuu i. v A4rf capita lor traveling and board, It, tiou were instiueted to vote a a slriekeli out iiibniniiii Senate Com- vou nnu wo iCgibioiuio ll la .not mressary to market fur the varied and abundant pro la a DAUK JlltOWX J CK, Tleiraobl, by tho ,. i mil leaches the large tlguro of 4130,- - unit for tho nomination of Presb inltteo. iHino NIIIIIII1IMI iiciiiuiiio i...... "'" ""' ......... n. il jury 111 ii:hU IIIp lOICl duet of our generous toll, and assuring -, iinmu biKh. I'HudanJ meaaure very ti'JU.OOO. Ou an average salary of dent Cleveland. Tho platfoun Is stantly being made by both Hem. i,0 vury umj detainer. Tho par-.. --. cll,t, fo,r Jue, ' dIi,"b"M hnK and Inuvy bedied. 1,000 per year tho grand total utiort and direct, approving of the ocratie and Republican editors t(;0 InHy demand a Tin slMwatnck will make but none ,J UV 4; ' U xltm ",u. J u iiiiviri viM)irvn:u. i T prr.-".3wUrfaiif Jur, !loDH I? leaehea tho astounding ligures of tarilT reform mcasuic embodied iu evidently do not I;uow what uiitta the of- - ,ng .ln l.h" m"n i a who ,lboul iVSim dan. Ky., and I milo noni. of ami Line, Tho Loulsvillo Commcrchil, !inHii.iir lllnli i,! do 60. lO.mm.OOOexpeiiseoutlio'Mrum. jtho Mills bill. Surplus taxation ro tttlklllffftUOUl. " Saytl t,1C TU list Incudes a fine piano an paper, has this to f l0 j.mire. Not responsible f.,rno I nifiH- "- no smaii ueiii mis to uie h denounced as I era zed mi Ileiiubllcan tbrro lU.tiaAII uilKAll. . btigcy, half cldciits. iu vindication of Gen. Hewitt, the and hotels and railroads, for these bery. Tub Now York Wot Id publlsheB Tiik number of DemQcratio doieu plow, threu sewing maeliliiet, from ' Parlies ihlrtnK to briitl will do will In Stato Auditor: heier millions aro scattered from Maine another Interview with Mr. Htaiue Conventions already held a thoroughbred Jersey bull and llrowu, of examine my nlock before breeding tde of Maj. Caiuphell the rheComiue'oih! Wn" die flrit paierhi In which ho declares that he stands Stately wheru. to Kiorlila and from ocean to ocean. i Ainisi 10 Aitusn cleat bhow that there is but one Dwellbnl i)iMKi.itulnilrfeiii n bull and Aulltor Hewitt ajalimi Kami; ft Tho selection of Mr. John U. tue unJiHt attacks made urun him by Mm by his former letter, but signilbl opinion as to the policy or the hrifer Irom the herd of W. A Clark ti, it. y. NiNUTV'Blx, S. C, is just now Kemp, of Clinton, mr2-t- f as the member and by jvcklua iicwirr' The cautlv insists that his health is eaudidato of tho party n the up Co , of this county, and a Pevon Lull and Htiuggllng with tin unknown and of the Stato Demociatie Kxeca- - exria-ppointe- d ...- m .1... LMUJ...l Ii lll.t by Uie jKisiHur nave as good as tiuii oi any oilier pioaching Fiesidcutial contest unnamed bug. According to dis- tive Oouimittee for tho Kiist Dis- nadelbelrr'pori. They haw gone ier jusl Pevoti Cattle ihe cauuiiiaio in mo ueni. 1110 imcr- - There is not a jar iinvelivni litit ii Piesldeuluf largf! AioeriLan thoroughbred ; SALE AND LIVERY STABLE patches, overy night at exurtt) the trict is eminently satisfactory to tu-r- iM'k. per nn-- uixinneiu iu me vffuv liriiwH- not notliliw' now. and herd of Club, Ihe . ;.. e nun ...........t...i.i. ""u,,,l whijiu ii iiiu "1 nn,.t.- posonl In i he Unlled ihales. Also. ' ,,l""' ""' i 7 .T vl An lllur'a oltiso without liudhig tho slight sauio hour "tho Inhabitants nte II Ml lies ID. iiiu iimmi juv hhuiu & iliuner set aruttsedbya iiimhliug noise. A the party and wehaeIts no doubt .... ..il..". i.t nrliriM nmVHD t'jrIidilHm iciitL-- Stood, lllld PCOIllO HiaV eon m lneillheld has most KVcn rnnveil breech loading ashoigmi of same, cook Inof ' will piovo gieatly to a interest. ("5 rrinill ."- - he eraiifTln to (ten. UTSt .. heartily ludors Freilch china, tea set tiou .r.'m,,i linil rt .. . .. shoit time later tho noise becomes For many past years there 1mm Utitt who Iihb KKNTUCKY 8TURET to rvmaiii aiirnt struo it as tlioy please, according ed the Cleveland Admit istratlou stove anj uiriisus, a umtu euici surer t louder, nun iiiu air is uiied witu a bccu 0 n'uI of nbtiMf ami oonstantlj on band for Mr It J Mr. hr pally tt ' I.Ant iIia Mt.irm "ffinmI -- uii "" n tliiir nn ii nn lit nt IiI.Uiu'H na n ulmlri ' nml eSl,Cl1;1 In Itu 'fwke,P0oo, one djisu of ijrurs Unlseaaud KEBra side moving black cloud. SuVersnf t Pickens, Booii. "nil frg.inU.itloii ill Kentuehy,1 and u.reaentailon has an..!!.. or inure I.I... sincerity. If tho letter did tatltf reform policy tax rediuv aoor4' comrie cou HOUSES, IIUaUlKS and HACKH. covering the ground iu partleiiliuly iu the abler bugs tall, n.nwcrlrsln; i' e l4lto never not oft'ecturdty remove Ids name tiou bill. There 1ms UOt been ll HU Uiubrnlge.lTluckfr solid Demo Huvlflg imrchased the stable, bones Webster Pioilonaiy and i. udeUJ oHiccr." uiuijy places an inch deep. The cratio First Distilet, and there-- . from tlio list of candidates, man. dlsHentlug voice, or mi imceitnin oihrr vluabibooki: geuttemau gold and entire of W, II. 1' In mine r bug is about the wi.e of a June Into has been none, , YHtch a lady's gubl watch, and 'JS'J pockel we popose lo continue tue business, ana ifestly, no reiteration ot the state-- Il0tc mt rorl, ju aJ. Sut0 rKOMPKIUTV HV TAX, bug, is black and t ough, w Ith long, spcahiuk; but this comparatively f- -. itiilrea, MneliiK In value from t to solicit patronigr l)emouiuino in iiiiw iuiivi in n unvwu lorill rhiU4l ! Krwitl pointed, gnuiy wing-It dies eiats have got to go toear, tlond for full drscrijitive elroulara way could do so. i ndeeii, it would wotk, and Tho Hepnbiic.ui Congressmen All perauiis subicribliiK or renewing In Mexico City recently they boon alter touching the ground." to work iu earnest. Hence, Ineud ho hard for Mr. Maine to speak hImi aro aoeking to tickle the pub. II. A. &11 T. TYLER tried a man's courage bj shutting fur Iwcdve niuiilbs ami remit In g $ whether through an agsut ordireoily lo Wxir.N the railioods take an In- Kemp has no picnic duties hefoie lie ear with tho notion that a pco-!- ! plainer than he has done, and him up In a room with six rattle ' him, there Is no sensu in piessiug him but oMM'letN, unrelenting the uDice, will receive a receipt, which ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tel est In Sunday observance there inuv tax themselvefi into pros snakes. At the end of tux houra will bear a number entitling the holder to in some hope that uo may have a work towaid an organization thai perity are noi very uiiuuiji.nnu for further disclaimers or more . .' ..111 r.,1,.,. LT.. ..! o. .11... explicit utterances. If Mr. Illaiuo' they opened the door, iimi he was parllolpiic In I ho distribution. Thse HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY Ulirlsiiau naouHiu iu uus land ot "'" ,ini,,,u rwiumuh oer their task, tiio toprojection trlmiilH nml tho iFfliii.r:ii imbllo aiauuiug in a winuow-su- i and uio flfle aie VALiiJnLt, and by the expendi- VaTI hiajoiiiy. professed Chilstiauily. Tho Chl-(1Indeed, flccins havo been ture of ONH POhlAlt. not only will TUT. ,lakes . a.ia.i.!iintrauk bv a cold wave. could not accept his llrst Htnto-- j other. had tought and killed each WUk'KLY AMUUICAN be sent, wortb TV hi their caie Factoiy. TI. .. ."" men mid Alton Itallwa.v Coinnau. Ottk-Fnrullurc double (lie amount, bul a gool chauce will lIWl'lpr and j.'" 0irH from Toxas toll of nn incut as honest, they would not V'U1 ur? V,I,,W we aro informed, ate ariaiigiug it nov8.'78 i I'flw W csiablishu.eutH throughout' accept anv further declaration Tho cheapest and slmplost be secured to fall luir to oue of the many tH 0X:dlimry ralnfnll nowtl.no card tho piineipal object The distribution of lAnK much damago to from him. Tho trouble, and tlin gymimsium in the woihl ouothat detlrabU prises. be auperlutended by oi'ul.lehistod.) away as far as ' "Ntryjeiuplo.ungaixty thousand these presents will (l 0VlT ! SWMW-- - Hir 'usX possible with Sunday work. One JJ" 1'? P.iyillKOVer property along tho streams. only trouble, Is that Mr. Jllaiuo'a w exerclso every bono ami iiiua. wtill.Unowu persons, in no manner Interin :A...n.V,,pmiiinVlir. word ts not good with tho people c0 iu tho body is a Hat piece of ested In the samo or connected with TIIK iCil.nrl,....inftu-illlu- i tl.n iinlii m .,..... nMli vyeHt Texas. Through- - of this country. His backers have steel notched ou one side, fitting AMKHIOAN, PAll'IMlSH Wuav with the Sunday Denver ex-- l'ur'y to Write name, county and Slate distinctly, VH both was between Chieairu Vonus. the inornlnr Mnr. l .... unniimrn and Southwest lex such Implicit confidence, if wo may tightly Into a wooden ftamo and and remit by cbi ek, poatolCdo ordsr, postu, forward debtedalllo tia for IHS7 numt coma the same by Mirch and so eall It, In his insincerity that after being gtcased ou Loth sides Siiuaa City. Orders will bet brighter than it oer appeared to as the Vain has been of great note or refUtcrcd teller, at our cipenit ne after tint lUte nil unnt J nrrnimts will fm placid in Mm bnmla ol nil oil eflect that all Sun-- ' any man now living, and neaier an to tho irrasdug iutcrebt, insur- - noining no can say win eniii uieir. uh - a bacon ilud, rubbed Into u and risk, Address hit fur Obiiible luuat bo the earth than It will bu a.du fur i... ., rtnmuisbful season to tho ardor or check their efforts to be-- hiim- of wood laid lengthwise on 'iiiu MllSllll(', U'UU. colterilnu. UiirtfulK', " ouro his teuomtunUon, I. T. 6W.VYNK A CO. Ublo ,atuwbueU, 'HIMcau. l(i. ic, iXUi eihoep iudtifctuts. PUIDAV, 5IAY S.VJ8SS innti'u n It mi una far f tin 1?o- ititbUrmi nmiiliintlou Iuir nhoiitf "' win ry iioneu.). uiiiuenu tpoirnteu Treasury report ot ',., truth ilcolnred ' rnlll,),y . . . IM'PJIL Ltiintartn: i v.v r;; iih ,l,' tj ' en the number of mnnufue- papfi-- A corresoontojtoil In 1851 than )i r.pton inn otohi compnrUon to luiert powUer. frU l'ntls, aL relatively .gjMown: :is therefore rataa on 1h(M - for 1881. Ohio hrn.i votlni; poi- - Window 1as mm motila II Qi.-jPaint, white lead ' .T ut llttlu la excels of thnt of iincki J?1 ?n yet tho popular vote of tho HffMtthrrfcd. . ruu '"u nut ana as 110,000 lar-- cr than that of CcmM"i (i. la 1881. and there hn been nivaia iijr mi - iAirciir. Jt'ntt.r.K n.i Utfl with n reeling of litimllLitlou rjch imiuki:. GOODS,& A. A. DA VI ji:.tucicv "KkB' ftl Swv.t ..,t general lasusan.ee Agents IIICHMAX, . .. pit, zM&SZM - ii iFird. Life, 3Iarin UcpitKHKNts a I. akoi: Accident! ! Link up Old and I.kmaui.i: Compami! ... .ri i i ti-- ', I Ovcm- - Kj()s0(MM)(M) Capital Ilppresenlod v.J !i ;, ! -- uie0f 1 ... Husiuc&s Pt iiiptk Attended to, nnd nil Loaves I'aM Without H. UUCHANVN, VmU Prr$t9 bieount. Ctilh o 1 W ,".;, T'uZ ;" "r 'X"; What to Buy? C. 1IAtT7.i;Ut . I., ALKXANDKR 1 sLL"n 1 ynr :r s Trv rrr t tI ir niil ilil 11 Jl tr.t V ax Ml M Ml 11 x e rr1 V- IIH'K.II.l.X. KY. MI V W ItXo vxniTs " .cfiWl5lV t. " fi toi -. ; u fc CAPITAL, llcinjf of 850,000. Urv rate cf fur lruln m, w rvpprcH folly njIWI tlw f rlii?r. Afpftd for or four lHnfc, at Uo r rvtit. rt uddbih. r" l.Ijuw: '.u rrstihrlr 'mnlMI nl rrailv ill. ftilndllrtlfomi nm-l.m- -t I J '. ( '. dree, runtdtijc liltof frr itonlt rlfcin 1 . X)IK33CT03S' miCItANlN 1 J. w rowon.L J M HKKD. W c jnitNHtiN C HALTXKIt. j . AUXANtlUa. It ALhANM:R, 'l "m, ATTENTION, HERTWECK. BALTZEPv MANthUUUKUd CO & CO. OP1HK I K1K1IHATKD tyii - ll ... I;t Q m CO CO ta f1;, w I , ... .., ... .... PENN VASS, 1 H 00 en oo us.(.. v- .i. ,ft' B' :1 it i.i v-- I'.',,,:, 1 neu f H. HICKMA1T high bred WAGOIT, HJickrnan fijarble - &JQ,,n ii iii m-- l rtf .aVV&IZ lot; trotting stallion Works, Look at This! , kt MilWER! AbUlt Dam of ManiUmtr. by rr..ithfft, be by (Hit by AT. ,t,AJ.!V, U..C. HAAIAUK, itaaiiE in ITALIAN AOVI'-ltTIX- 4. !, l (Itrmliwrr UshtD r.s. Ka Uy by NV 1V,1 by Almonl. IIA, (Nj. J Almunt AM AMKHIOAN M.RMfc MUNUMkMd, TMtt AM UUAVIi A i Atrin.ltr t t."" it )r fy llilla Vrrminl MAMHIWKU .; I . j rrllncvlltt tiltl. he by (i mekhak t wmUW Mar, Kil cara I J ark UlnRtiy iMtimln, t tNtlnla rxtrnJine hull, wrlsh Ur imi rt.Jull won iniej , H Un aj Jra VINO In Mdrt. Cll hum lialUN MatM, (kt a Sne lot 1 f Anif r an f f- - tsaiulii ijj ...,.,.1 vl Courier Job m ( ir.-r.i- i 1 1 1 ,h. ; , - mm Aiii!iui!Ai.i r.ni ...... ET aiuo'viUaUM i4c;k, SSMOCEAT, - .u.. Wt..ltAn mJ lilfli IvIihI. jlh rfenij 0f PiiUianrc, nivl atoiit. elf an, faar(j Hm9 f .l,0w fm trnllli'tr a1( wi,rnfalnfl, I Imund tolv ery (ai MANlH)VK!t ilwend. on Ulfi tin-- npia'lhr knrr. wlitle tirJjra ibt rtnfilry proiuj.tly iUt' ' rla . ovi:n. - ntnV.-'nVAU"- ;..,:, ;,'''.,;( 1 t o-- UI 1 s j -- olr-ftn- I" I CUBADON Iroa-rre- w-Ik-- I 1 .i ? i :. fr "" P"v"i 1 I ; i ". Ii ot"h L I ..... l.r. I iniiinilnitletl which haft prliicrl the imlformitr. I llt pjv villi llie 7.T bla ilijrrr--t fl.nw over uni biimlrtl Irol HICEKAH, ltU-- l a nillf (T in bu lamhr that IknhI ..,k atn.HTk-Ullon- i rxhri. My fiiinnita ten recoiiU lu two tnoMu tntntilri Ib'rty aaeoniU a tur.Mit.1. lll niaka lhf Naenn .l MANIXIWEII JolIN r.ult.VY. jt(iS ,omff Iwu mllea from llitk ;ir ii'ar'.Ntf man, rn iry rail, enmiiieneinir March Ifiilt. and t Unit June IM. raitim: $16 W) lolinurf a mare in fna' MOO tnra 'c al firt trvlie, liaUnre luyaHe when niartahuwi aticniof i hi foil. If the mare la traded or Mild, I I claim the ehdm the 51 00 In all cm until awirr nionet produce of L nnlil rcamnnlblo for acci Will nnl ! the well knnwn and llarbcr, an dmia. Kor luriber Information, adlrcii tmiinre that he bus bought ia John JOXI1S, Nicliala bop. and will mnlbnir lb bill etirrd thti iuarO3in, nriM al th idd tnd. Ho baa HPMheaefit It HMITU. of HelMia, Ara ami more irrenlly of t'nian Oily, Trim. nice Hhares, Ac. Ihe j tin country, j, And t "1 ' tUOil ot r0rn die " tlna tho iroU'nj; fafi Iml'era How fttrt In r jeiir UUekantithlHg ami gviteral Itepairmh June nt T1 O 'JSP I frill le) familir ImlU' ' J. F. GRAY'S, pciaitr"j btftii ti l''e noua Mi!"r RARIJKR KU0lr Porter Anderson, p'idr LAOLHDE JOIIXT. SAW MILL r- mill curriNa a siecmi.ty. If fel. pniu-HviiBiim- ... ..!.!. - .. ... ,n - Dl. V. A.. lvTiXB KENTUCKY FOREST a ret'ouatdeprhr AddrcHi, fca-- tf A ood Hs nor In a eud Mill, with complete outBl lci'lnn Vtxn I huiiffhl a PHYSICAN AfiD SURUEON and on rcawjnublo terms C IIIOUMA.V, . . fof 1 to" J. J -- mmmm M ,"' or. ""'. 1 UUNDUItANT. llickDiau, Ky. bis Professional Serelces It the cltliensof Hickman and itcluity aiiP- - ee WT""I)1KSTELBIUNK CLAUK& (Cur lAlADDOX, lrtrt,) Ktutxicly ami Chuton Family Groceries. NO trouble lo show space to name all articles, Xolaleln-KrltsU- t I I but no in a foods. Come and ieet at Ihe oorner of Troy and .Moscow Avenue, Uast lllckmrn, j Everjlhlng freh new, clean and iheojK A lo, Ibey wilt continue to run tho - - - AT., niVKMAS, rerilvol n veil Anncnnre Ibat they ha sthcted alock of everything tiftutly Lept lTurnilv Orocorv- ..,-- . Faius Fahkeu, ATTOKKKY-AT-LAIY(Ontie l. S AIUkltKIiU , ','",rl.iglU,inig VI'fl'Y fit.! lUMCY, S.-EI- ""T... i" 11 niou ma tl n, k ll I'lrsl JtiillfialbnuUt. fmiirlH' Will prstdce in till ami challenge the market In this llou Courla of the su, u r. Hlnir.) and h.ne itecurrdn tlrttlaH buktr. Ereih brind eaih day. AUo, n BUTOHBR B.I V ,X, a: uv NT A It IsK, UtipItS . - I H. mum Prumint-r- co.ii.u POV l.KI IK'L'HI ni1 11 T nitci All liieuiiueCtlnii, Ac . for birn Wagons, T'lium, .L unfll (live uaa Irlut. III.O('Kvi KSNTUCEY .... niCKKAM, I titled I DON'T I Or IM r ii a 0 SJ II! um-uui- AS HCCF.NTf.Y ill'.KN Fair Warning! r1 IN-mUL-l I r tho nniimmodatteii off and 'he travidlng public gi'U Ih-- U and stpinte erully tMf tn rooms, nice meals guxm'diid In all hiilop with us H f'nd the U-s-t )"?" of Travcllit' uXj KtMIH tilt) fliml AhmIM'I IIMMlt ! In uilditto'h ue onmrliou". rrry n full line of 1 val-"Mi- o FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, to width welwMte attention. Our prlccj are iwlow o Ihe lowiat. I IT HIOSHAKTI c; I v. U.joJ- GROCERIES IOIllKl rJl list -'W. V 7 ' fii:iti'i, DOUGLASS BROS dvhutd i; 'V ill ManyA pM U tu I A 1 9( Ow (Miy T- - Vw fi T yvKiJU. - 1"-- ; 'r" "V TV' - V 1 M jTJrjfr -- l . rfV MV.M.i ? A Mlkt I GO j3 TO ii "Watolies, Clocks, l(TJ:HT AM) TJIU NOVIJII'IIIM L o it jczvefry and Musical & 'I Goods! & 1 wn vkwk ;I l) I per last year, Tho HopubllchirCommlltoo in tlio Hcnalo hriM ntrickou out of the Klvcr and Hatbor bill, among others, the appropriations for Hickman and Columbus. Tho Republicans claim that tho bill as passed by thu Uemoctatio House was partial to tho South and Hoiithwfsterit Htntcs, nnd hence they Htilko out n number of these appropriations and add 11 million and n half additional for Northern Stntes. The Demoeiats cllm that they made tho nppiopriutlntis whero most needed. It Is to bo regretted that this bill is to bo weighted down by such sectional and paity linen. Of course, tho Domociatlo Houso will not pass I tho Honate chuugCH under tho ehargo made, and therefore, If a compioiulso is u"t rcatlted, tho whole bill will probabl fail. CASS B0W1 iDOES J 1 A Chicago" uospnttcr makes tho statement that a railroad train arrives or departs from that city eveiy miuuto of tlio day. The average Md of wheat In tho United States last year was about twelve bushels per acre, ami tho uveiairo iiilcu about sixty eight cents per bushel. 'J his Is Ht tlio rato of only $3.J0 per nere. Tho cost of com for fjmrily keeping the hogs of tho United States warm has been estimated at 7i5,00(MUO, tbnt being Iho dif fcreneo lie t wren fattening tho hogs in cold wcathernnd summer. When dudgo Kandlc opened CItctilt Court at Murray, Momlay, It was &ROCERIBd &; "WTTaoia ov "STou "Wsuxii; A.T ta TO'CJEtL tt 4 Z3L d STSkSSIws3 w Til OLD ItKIiIAUIiK yyji-- ic2dd n t,A Vr iii:m: anu FAMILY GflOCElWi J fs rc TOej s itetf foy.i Ab-iO, ommktu i&& '" ny ok IIUAVY llObliM A rt I iNhnrctl Pit of Charge. Thu Couiuku linn liatl isiihiult-Ilm- I to It, this work, for pubiicu v T. II tloii, n W nr autliortird writton couuiiuulca JOII.VHO.V m a can IMnle for tho tifUev of tlon, containing inqulriog Wlwlfl of Pultou county, Klectluu lu In rcpirtl to tlio iuiifcnt snppcr am) nllcc Augljlt. cil BnirouiulhiK glvon on Trhlay W, J, night We ire authorial t announce lant, which It WlftjI'lSMi, Jh, nun cinhdatu for tbc tloclfncfl, hucaiiHo It Ihreupcctfully otir i'Atab f Mirltl ttjo nf Fulton County. Klvc lfhcd rtito to avoid couttoierhios llti nest August of tlio imtiiro thcM) iiiniilcs i iitt'tTi r ii Kr 11 i:ttn. would provoko,aiMl hccaano tlio Wo are authorized to announce (I H liifjulrlcft belong moro legitimately V; to tin1 ilonm!.. of tlio Y. M, V. Ik- -- .'f iiVTl ii,7,. to which socict) tho Oonrt. flection In Aiutul ntil. coJiiiimiilcatloii Iian Itecn lokrred: We aro authority! lo antwuneo V. I McCUrCIIKN m eanJhtito for Cterk or and wo prt'HUiao that eoricty will ibfl Kulten Kltcllon In OIhcuss tlio furiilricft, thu moral Circuit Court JUM and tempcrauco tunum raued.jil their next roulnr meeting. The Couiulk, when It waa younger, liccldentally put Its foot Into acv. Tit triNt itw t.iiti fl'. libT rral hornet's iicrIh at tlio Paino Unio. and has no inclination to re Th 4.r Altol Mli rh mmW Slum liHt lliN wi'l peat tho experiment lu Il old a;-c-, v tt4 at, The ul r tiamtdtr, albeit poiao uewp;ipars would tt kt. h fill Ittr tmliri. engerly seizo hold of hucIi hcna-- , TU- - l lp, t.l glint iarw U k tionfl, when ably wiltteu n by irspnutrfblo person, an this one -. GMI niMlH. it The writer ban an lireproiicliablc " t ami uua88a!hiblo temperance --r. W. O. MlTiuniToiTMou"-tind. for Cliicam. A.N NO IT N : M 1 : N'l'rt. roir sm:uirr. to announce WYv net AJUV)VV, tlitrefrrtfut,rMTliTif 65 t. over Colle, Tectlilug Pains, or StoniucU Uliordors, caa bo rnlleTrd at ouco by uing Ackcr'a Ilaby Kooller. It contains no Opium or Morphine, IifDCO Is aafo. Prlco 5 cents. L'olJ by Y nJ croi or lroui((.j wnh Increase in Business J. W.COWGIIiIi,J)ntggist. Attention Is called to tho advertisement of J. I). Mill aid &l Hon, builders, contractors and architects. In Illokmau, uhcio they have executed m many build lug contracts thev need no com mendatiou, but to otberf oT our readers, the Couiur.u begs those 1 10 .:. the correct answer U .'.tho question: "IIow can Maxwell Blip gocMltfllower than ,any other is - iuoo LOCAL NttWS. ti, In other word, we have sold l tiewthxtih wore goods this year tlinu for (ho hamo time last year. . ThU Miow, i the record our books contemplating any kind of build lug to test tbeli merit as nrchl toots nnd contractors. Mr. Will iam Millard holds a certificate of qualification from tho State Association of Architects, ban had several years' experiuco In tho flourishing city of Iliriuingluim, and holds innumerable- practical testimonials as to his skill, tnsto and capacity. You will eavo money by consulting this Htm. - Tho .a SHaMMqHPA biisiiic riMmm lit. ..: lioir.siWmiLL UtHUiAklUHiaWn01IArU (i:"' . . -- .jfiercnanL in town .LTJT . V" T -- r 1 g ridb'-.iVJr- . J" - credit ?fbr (ho . XAVxA It oilier for thoso wlio buy FOR CASH. would bo inconsistonl, and cause a loss V11U,V11IVI1JTI1II'"(I1 M y It fpealcs for itself. GwkOX tLousanJa X Sonv WATCIt AN!) MILK sw.irsi: j MM". SIIAKi; OHURCH'SEtUG'INISH' d. W.COWUIMj, err a -- The rcasou are apparent: Wc earry an immense utock, and en- Mr. T. I Fortune, of Mem. phis, is visiting friends In thu city. Does the work at a cont of V) acre. Sold and piama teed to kill I'otito IIukh, by CentM mi mayl3-3- t tufforlng freni Asthma, Cuurbs, ttc, DM you ever try Acker's Knplljli Itrnif Jt? It 13 tho best reparation known for all Luns Troubles, cold ou a tsItlTO KuftrAQtto at 10c, COo, w SSa&t? O !F I I "3? 3F6. - Jk. 23 - ES- - THE OLD HSL2ASI,S deavor to please, ami our pricct arc the very good can 1)0 WT4 fill. r ALL Druibt. loxccUxW which thu mcetlnp of the At a The tioxt General lresbte Iltekmtiu lobular C. V. M. A., 8undn limi Assembly wilt be licit! at ovenlu hiHt, a vote of thank Chattanooga. was, by a mmiinnouH vote, author Izod, to the I.adle Auxiliary Com. roi.n pi.n;i lyiun QTT uilttee, nnd othcre, of Hickman, mi uitti:s u uwnK hoij ikAMvt tor tlieii kind work lugiWoX the trims i night luM, for -- Mm, Ijtura Jturnclt, of l.cb.r Hiipper of Fridaythe AfiHoclattou. tlio benefit of lion, Tenn., U tisiting her mother, Tho result of their etl'ort was, a fiuilicicut buiii tif uiuiirj to iiiiUh jim i it ni.iri i MN, roHii. pa in for carpeting and furnifih . uimiw.i.., lug tlio hall. The resolution of .snx. mrrni uniun HIsiHLISuAMK , ihankH wan ordered to bo recotd-eon the books of tlio Ansocia-lion- . President Cleveland Imn prom-10delegation from Lexington ( hat lio will visit the hluegrass In H. BTJOHANANT July if lie i.'i mo to Cincinnati. Has just received from Wvi.l sold. J.W.COWGJIJi, Druggist. Arrangements nto being mado for a competitive test between the dlflcront wheat bludcis In thUsec near Cayco Station, ou somo date during wheat harvest, hereafter to be announced. The owners of agreed to tho test, and will scud expert operators to work their re Kpectlvo machines, and other miv llio Wood and tho Dectiug, have Mon, tlio exiiinitlon to no mailo We want you to cnll and look a" -- n wry, 4? fl?H 9 wSl is? d!& BZy iCr. tho Indictments had been stolon. N0110 were, however, of an Impor- n tant nature, mostly being viola ,.p v 5N ' tlblin nt tho lbtior law. A strict Cn investigation will bo made. ---: Acf -- "' M WSs JsV Hery mull which comes from Zj-- 7' -- V( Kuropo brings rumors of war. It Is mora than likely that tho armed 1 neutrality which now prevails will bo broken during tho coming sum mer and that millions of armed ntnti utll lin nrnlllir nnrttt ntlinfft lives in deadly combat. Tho proposed work VaWJlC ..-- . .. county jail lias iieeu ilelcir am. rfl ill!' It tl I ttt. kii.tr I.Mfllll ll'li .tin lnt clonal flllO tit tu mit kiiccc h ' .Mill.WA tll tifter elicuit court fu Au Hie nctlrin will IvlEln JM U(Ii;ar !lh, 18SS. nfj mi fl'ri If irht-- tti tin I'n.nmun Hchoul llrtiurhiii. Lntlti. Gttk. (lariu Tho work at present would ne Ihslirr MutliuiiUlcn. llioU Km imiC at. J ltii Scleutv. aaV sitato tho emnlovinent or eti Mniit nt tuiltl hut firm to cunrd nrisoneriC while the w v. ...fj on ) Prlintr I'ii t U I ler Mnnili ...... rM lii'liK n clniin. nml It Im IipIIrv ftiaaH a ihi ;; ; v. ;: v ' :. . i;;.t.. imuiciuaieiy nucr too Augu uint Pupil, per Month a... i 00 ) MWrn; nit couu sucu expense win vo uu necessary. B'. B. HtTGKBS, . Sometimes furinern lose n2ht of tho fact that thoso In othepur suits of iifo arc using up iiearl.v "W-LHall of their income In living. Nine-tyllvper cent, of tho mechanics use up nil thoy make in tho year, while seveuty-livper cent, of itAM 'JM113 j.w.eniM'v 31x1: OP tho renting farm cm are lading away smuH buiiis yearly. v rr In I'lrlUxcd society, exlermd advantages make us moro respect-LADIES DRESS MODS, HUMMED HATS, "&c, fe- NOTIONS, ed. A mauuithn good coat up j ou his back meets witli a better I n u u rt el - i n si ?r ri icceptiou than ho who has a bad hzf AVIV JLS V ufJ one. You may analyze this and say, What istheioiuit I Hut that iiria ever can led, and at P3ICE3 a: LOW as tho LOWESTlil will it nil jou nothing, for ills a That bo part of tho general b stein. Senator Blair bus introduced . discovered Hint anoui an 2S o fei va 11 ... a. iw iiMi. Jri g h w mM, School ;Mw: . I 1 " 'ii L'jfe. W. A. o S1- 1 I3. xsrf i 1 a if t t - y ?0 v rit -. through our Mode buy eNcwhcrc. before u want you your Is the If lace to buy Goods Low! BBWIV trade, ami know wo can please you, nnd can save you money. We arc hhowing Uargaius in At- 1 iiotlro will bo given in tboConrier, so tliat tho farmers, and other citizens of tho county, can bo present. EsWe ht 01 FE10E to MI; hibit any secular woik, or place ' of amusement on Sunday, any. wheie in tho United States. This law, If passed, will prohibit steamboats, railroads, telegraphs, and uny kind of rommerco between tho States. Here's nuothcr Blair bill. COUNCIL PllOOECDIXGS. Hickman, Ky., May 22. I I..,, fl.n IT Q C., n l.ilt i.ri Clothing and. Gents Uiiderwoai' docs not fear to compnio puces'with any oho; and, in fact, hid tey ! Call and csamluo uim-i- ij inTmuiim. bis goods before buying elsewhere. illiiUI'HilUllllillU ij;Aj-.m- t I every department. i Of kho rood lldnpn of this tw aorrowfully Id alono on account of Dyspt'pslx Acker's ". G' YU MR County Commissioners advertiso for proposals for build m can W m g 1O0A WA jut and .ilk fcfim;?ww1,o8,'Wd1n,,rt,ian ing a piling bridgo n cross Mud iouinI at any other li'm-Com.iir.ir.VA'j' Ctrs, VMilik Vi Cierk, and for repairing leveo on nml look at them KM May, living near Clinton, Stiito road. Tho county ought to 06 Mlr0(and mhvc build a good and substantial levee ( mi &'? ia -through Mud Creek bottom, and -m " " other lioiM keeps tiiem. .1.. .. i.u ..!.. tho people Interested ought to agitato tho necessity of it. It Tlio Mrftt I'rrMdcntlal omlilo;i) CI.Ut'liN or Ahli KIMItA, ttrvi.iytiAMr. Now m tlip Benson of puppera would provo.vconomv lit tho long to bloom tbi 111 iniri-1I1- 0 cic-laud button." It inb.iiit fUnlse rnr cH"" nu c uiritanio pitrpo- - run. Work on the new depot at of a penny. Tho ,l,,iI certainly such objects backcrou 1l tlio Children. Ther . Union City, will noon commence. black, upon which U a gold total miX l'rpose8 nro highly ,, praUe- - irwrv peclalljr Pablo to arc sudden A now bunk and court homo are ad wrU.V: . 9' M11' ,Iovc hoMchhon IiicIorIiic the n dials Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping1 Couch, tiUo under way. "l,lal,,f,,!l BUCl1 orcn etc. Wo guarantee Ackcr'a KaglTali 1U(1.C." TluOegendMNilda-omciM''T1It avr M0118. the following 'IVmmiI' atiuoit IIVO- Iternedy a o6ltlro curn. ii..ir.i... it M. jWAYWS IV OQ , anxious M, In t lU ' Inner Piiiiiin and at the bottomti... sunper, rvmo, U design, of ,"3' "10for 8!P t,!ri,w Hhlcommene hoursJ.of CO WOwatching, Sold by coloroil people, W. ILL, Druggist. .lfWll'if "MILK till am." Up11 ouir the picro appear tho miinbei SI-- i lug tomotiow night, is at least ! ttj laj tr ' 88." Tho ltepublic.iiiH hac not Tho wheat crop of this sec do:u, novel and peculiar: ct deMgued a campaign Mr. 0. W. Wiuberrynud MUs tiout wo hear It predicted, wilt be tiii: cuoss. Martha Motion were umrried, near 'but it i rumored thai If Li!tlu at least 'Jo per cent, Khort of thU city, on Sundu lant, Itu-- K. j Itrccuhcs" Forakor Is tho umdi-co mi: AMI ski; and in:.n year, but tho increased prico hist will M. Kluff Hirfoiiuiug the ceiemouy. ilato their badgu will be a mu-TIIK bring about the same amount of penilcr button. tho tiikki; CIIAKCHS ONLY! money in been country.setTho com crop lias gieatly back by BTJOHANANT Ui 9 imvh It it fir OtirnMHl if We nill TaVc Iq-t- o tho out worms. Tho mcujlows ou Is now reeeiMug hi- Spring toek lleiler O ir romhiionl many funis, havo been literally -- A mob nt Troy attempted to nreak tlio jail to gain posessiou ol Btcottv, I)imm. ua I "low, NOW IS THIS TIM 13 TO COM- - mined bj the army xroiui, of two piiHoueri. tint ou being MU-r- c, cclcbratct! make of MrlNCl.. Mens and Hoys Ul)Et Homcmbcr that the celebrated told that they bad been removed, The liiot durable, elegant and Iiish roiuedy.drama "Col loon julotly disperst d. Tiimn witt. v, a oiiiNu It a tt'n," will bo piesented nt tlie cheapest SI hum in America. I'Iicm) S U V V K U IJI.K SIIAKK, goods QODA WATCH AM City Hall, next ThuiMlny night, cannot l)e found in am ther O t sn'Arst: .1 ens. liotio in Iliekmau, as wo Oltr.M ATTUK hKW' ft'UOOL IIOCKC, list lust., upon which occasion !uf the Tho Kor the Itenrfit vt ih V M. V. Clmrdi, tho talented young cotnmedlan, exclusive ugency. Teaohors' tu Im tnili In llirkm.n, Ky. Tlicro tid Mr. Oro. C. Hairistand the young representing tho couu' yen latlira ami tioK of Oblon, Weakley and Gib If tlioro has ct been d.cor ioTlifvcTublc tv rarb Table- oneV.wty and accomidisheil actress, Miss Sophia Mnrtiu, will mako their non, willoonveuc fu union Cily, ered nn thing that u man em do tlmi he Mand at vrlll tlrite night the men hour In llrst np'pearauco in this city in con which wouiAii may not also per n unit In iho CKO.S. thrtv ine ursi Huiuniuy in June will The nection with the Loudon Thcatro torm, it must remain a secret with eontliiiie Three Nights I jus . ,riKsrI , I" of t nV nl Hum IJM tho discoverer. When Compnuy. I l rs ,nr t Mat 2fiul 25ni, and -- Orn. TO lilt KH.V AT 11 till. SO i MLS. wore llrst brought out it was supIilondnilxlr U tho only utU te (old hv K.kIi idilit Iho Chance posed that one thing had at hut .Mr. John Ilelluer, of Knox mood lVvUU prwltlre ouro HrmHly guarnn-tccfound which tho ladies uould C. O.T!IUMISON. It Is a for Ulcers, vtlle, lunn., traveling auditor of been Syphilitic Toionlng, ItPiirifleitho Iih9 leavo In full posrfosHion of tho M:TfS (U)I I AM COMING!! the K, T. a. 4S: Ou. RholoaTslLtu. and bftnUlics nil ltheumatlc leou vinlting his parents, In this sterner sex. Such, hnwcwi, Is COMKUIMYITH MKIII t and Keuralgio pains. Wo guaranteo It. not tlio case. The fair sex noon cily, this week. Corat Cue, Conic All. nml Iihtv a 0u)d learned what delightful recitation Timet J.W.COWfiILL, Druggist. IMi UloLIV PTIIIMIS and w holcsomo exercise were to AJiuImIod 10c. bo obtained from blc.c!ir "d County Clerk Taylor 1ms reHVtlUXuAitCH. corded this week, n ton million tlio result Is tbnt female Im ellsts K.Muiiis or rrniiis. dollar mortgage ou tho Mobile & President Cleveland's succes now abound In all of the hrer A Lodge of tho Knights of Ohio railroad, Tho money is borhor will bo named nt Ht. Louis, cities. There Is no use in trbig Lothian was organized in Hick rowed for Improving that road, duno Alii, nnd tho Hepubllcans will to keep tho ladies down. It ain't man Fiiduy night last, with twenty and building feeders to It. The put up their man to bo knocked bo done. charter members, to bo known as attorney In ehargo said that, after out Juno HUh at Chicago, Hickman Lodge No. IKI K. of P. all, tho Mobile & Ohio would reach TI-I1-3 Tho nnti'Tajlor Democrats In 10 mombtrsof Usher out and stilko Hickman before Aro in ecstucies over lll'i H van'h Somo .tti or Tonnesseo aro singing tho follow Division of tho Uniform Itunk, some of the proposed lines now new Spring and Summer nuiilulitil 111' fl ti II IM It rt t iiT IlllltllmLl " ... I.I.H.irij, IIIVIIII'VIO TW iiMftS.Mrd h ibcy My they aro just"7oo.rfr5 , UOVIBIV1I yJ city limiKUrated the talked about. (Jo towo don't inw.whU flr.li, f0II ailUM khm, believe It. Mtl Om rirrimi'i whtla At til, Such stacks of 1caulIIu!A7-UMi- i lU.ti Lodge. Thu Usher Division, in hut rii.-- h ju.t WILIS GOODS, Laeeh, Kmbrohl-- j their beautiful uniforms, led by nw.n K.xoimr.its tkstify. CUkTiTaU TuT cries, Flouncing, Yoking, occ, in tho Hickman Cornet Hand, had a JUu"ini"l.rKHBHHV II. T. Sharp, Physician nml Drug ' bowildering variety and no cir.i, puldiu drill and stieot purado, at- inruKiiiKi imrihvtM t ,1 Wynne, Ark., writes: "1 mavll if sn.i i.v;.j- t'w.v. Kto ami ec tiiem. tnicung uiouounraiiou or our cit- cist, izens. Tho now Illokmau Lodgo havo sold C. C. C. Certain Chili It Is prophesied that society Tl.n u.. ........ .,!.... I... I l.n 1...1. . euteitained tlio visiting comiades Curo to hundreds of employees, . 1 111! nillllll'l Til IM Mil IIIIUI'H on tho Memphis and Itatd Knob Miu open ilsecs over tho iiowkr ih.hi.Ci, lill ni.,..ir .. royally. Tho : ..!.:.. .?...' rightolllccis olect of following aro It. It, and citizens of Cross CounHummer dances, as tho ubolltfou Xt, i..v .Tiri.t tho tho lUokmau ty, and 1 ' ' w.iui.ti, im .., of tho train has mado possible many In "'n"M " ""V don't know of a failuto Lodgo : Mops and stopping wIionu like bus tho most atleudaucous decidedU to curo j I could got as many cerpleasant and succcsMul U M IbKt, Chancellor rommimlor I have sold bottles." not Dccn oven dreamed of here eutertaiumeut of thu It, L Hr.i.llcv, Vico Chaiici-ltoCum tificates as kind gieu to fore. Sold by J. W. Cowglll, Druggist, in tho county (or many jours past. iiiandtr. r Com. Hickman, Ky. It. H. aimi:s qi.i;i.i: nil io.ns, wiru on It was largely attended, not only nnti'ler. M roll, Vafi Cli.vicollor mnl.'j-lm- j by tho people of tho immedi.ito i. ITIHt( T I'lHhS,! It W. Mxwell( ICoi'perof lloeonl and IWUUXiUVK-tvicinity, but bv fall deloLmtu.nk nf A negro man by tho iinuio of V I Au eilucatlonal meeting of' young people from Hickman, Tat Cac, Mn!iT of llxt'hfpicr. John Huuiy Loc, was arrested in It It .tniteii MmUrof tho Teacheirt of tho First Con.' ton, and Union City. tlds city,1ast week, at ilioiustaueo MjRicr Ht Arms. (ko K gruMiuiiu wibuici nns ucen lu of somo colored citizens ftoin ltel Julia T Wutv) I'ridile, session at Fulton this week. The lrJust teceived, another hu;o 0 II JillingiT, lniac(iuar.l. moot, Mo,, under coustnblo ParkuudrebH ol welcome was made by and beautiful lino of Huts and W P. IJVU OuUhltf tiasrd, er. Ho was charged with tho dudgo IM. Staiks. Tho bosslou Monuots, at Mrs. dones' Milllnen of tape, nnd it was said that Uazaak. wheio you aro suto to closes Tho Illinois Coutral Uallroad tho coloied pooplo would very Hud something to please tho oe, ami tho St. Louis Short Lino will eeitainly l.Mich him thoy J!1f VIOMN NTltlMJH tuHto and purso. Comu and TIIK Ult'K3M, Hilt HV n.n JWHLtMl.tUK, leac sell tickets to St. Loulsaudioturn Iii tit back in Missouri,if as tlio gotofordeis. jour ut otio faio for tho lottud trip, to fouso was committed against ouo Meeting nt tho Y. M. O. A. Tho Hoard of Health of Mem parties dostting to uttcml tlio ol tuclr uico. Hall, Sunday afternoon, for men phis, Tcnii., repoit tho cxlr.teiici National Demouratio Couveutlou, - -only, A lirxro uttontlauco In ri. III' Hltl.lll-IU- l f III III It .fl, I .1... which meets lu that city Tuesday,! Mr, John J. Young, who was Mrod. Oi.lM toKolrrat.'Mji tlio ' Hliilo lluunl of llcnllli 'liim ,',! Junefitb. Tickets sold Juno y to homo on a thirty days furlough, Kubject for cousideiatiou, n circular to tlm tiennln i.. i,,., ,i li Inclusive, good returning until' was eallod back to Cairo, Sunday, , uisoa will begin promptly nt tho mo warning, unit urgingv ,w IIU II Juno lllh, 18&I. by telegram, being wanted us a that pie iinuat uour, n ocioc cautious in all tho towns bo taken witness in tho caso of tho M. A: (). On Ftlday last,TointnlQ Loboo, Uallroad against tho steamor New rpm: most i!:unot'8 uuink oi- against tho dread disease a .voung hoy, VJ or i;s years old, Houth, for sinking tho transfer Iho .Me Ik '.M1I.K SllllCtS, for suh Miss Mary Winston, daughtrr Mint nnd killed his little air.i )'AAJ- con Duuc.iu, some fow mouths of tho late Peter Winston, died, old brutber, at their homo In May-- j ago. Mr. A. I Oliver uuuouiiuus iu mu ironioiu:u ui ner nrotluT Heidi Ilu noluted tho gun nt hiuM nomo facts In this veok's Oouunni wr. .loini W, l'rathor, in not tbiuklng it loaded, but to hUl. Itov. II, W. lluntin, pastor of ,. , In ruffiinl ti. ItliiMLruniit lifinr tiit.il U'.....H.....I ntt. nt .unio, icnn.,on ouud.n utter asiouiNuiuoui utui tuu iniiii- - itio u. i, cnurcii nt union Uity, .""; """ :"":"": t it it i uiu wminiuftvio wuaiiivan, vrjncil Iliorillllg last. WltO WHS 11 Voilli" Ifsgieat hoii'uvv, it was loaded, will preach at OuldwelPH Hohnol- It might ho prulltablo for you to .lady, horn and talsed iu Futtou Thu shot took otlect In the heart,' house, iu this city, ut 8 rortil. IIo proposes to savo you county, and greatly lovctl bv Ml Killing tho pour littlu follow In' o'clock. Let ovciybudy go out nioiwy. inhoUiiiW hah wUdtly. i and beat biui. The c. Stiiniucr Stock of New and V o! t -- Mw. Mnirilultfiir Sclilll. of St. Tailor-mad- e and Perfect -- Fill in.: Iouln, im ihiiiij her (siator, Mm. ULOTJlhW. the ticatcMt and iu.iM .Soli in, of tliis cllv. SIvIinIi in Hickiuan, ami at front ir i TitlK M lrlc.VI hi miiiiul tiHt. kUMi ORJtKH ft Hit Vol 4 A( KKltl.AM & Co, liisbprinL'nii-- l Tablets will euro Drspepsla, Indlccstlon ana Constipation: aold on a Xxttitivo cuarauteo at 33 and 00 Cents, VJ Djaper-U VVifo The poor man's Dollar will buy as much as the rich man s. ire -- 154 ' ,C.T& COME TO SEE USl Wo Jiu if for CW, ami Sell d.W.COWOILL, Diuggist. Jo. will tiY0 you Bargains that arc for Cash, and indis- Council met. I'rvQt, Mayor Mi.rrcIT, Couutilnicri Wining, lhioWner, INiuick, Drooit, Cote nitil Kolnu. fl.e mmuti-- at (lit; r.ifcili vrti read, npjuoxol anil visaed. ACCUUrd ALLOW'KO Tho (ullowins account' were prcem.1, projtrly apiiruvoJ, which onnioiin wrn Hlluwd, nnd check I ordered UsutJ ht a O o srr- & ;inuuiiti . tn.t Jfl rt 7 : rr z,,iii,. : -- &k &- mm Hilt LlllSOIl. putable arguments in our favor. T. V. Wallace, illrtlnir prisoner (I M Wllbiirn, dieting ptiiooers in lock ii ltkkiaauCwirlcr, pritiliiig.Luii'J CUMKrikVCUT&BN'. fif) I6 S ?0 JS&. C5 33. School 0 3T hh, k, k W( Splits, hvsj I Risked fur L l. !"" wvvv ou 'I IIT H.-- !nJ a flew I have r Ifr Ul rf 1 AND isrnrp U C-OODS. further lime, vlilrh was grant cd, lt!i iitntiuttlons to report plana atul muiiiitUa ut tl uext regular mtttlag of the Cotiaeil. CKjirrKav I esoB, On motion, the .Mayer apiioUted .irorn' in in te compo'td of Couticiimcu Uuckner, Uronn and Uertutck, to hive tho fence arouud the cemetery repaired, end hull I n aevr leucc Utwcn ihb grouudi of thu uliite ami colurtd ceiuctcrlei. rCTITlOX IllOM A WIBT JIICKMAf. it, retorted j rocrs with refcrxaae v, cititcra and Liu diuu at Cemetery aii Tliccmmhtfrou 'ropoltlons andgricT-.- u HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 3ssmsLL FUflNITUnE. I rinnirrniffiwwifci. i t SITBPHENS DEALEItS & IX y I . 1 reeet id a lino lino of Dry Goods, consisting of Caliu (.iiuglmms iiotto'i diripes, and Domestics oi lite best brands. AN o, line Hue of Shoe. Clothing, IlaH, Cup?, and jut lli. H. XjADIES CSrENTS REFURNISHING rld-wid- N. H. I wan? 'ou to come and examine my goods. Prices will not bo made an object You can get tho goods at your own priie. If there is anything you at, you will bo sua to get it. 1 do not propose to let a customer go ait of tlio house without buying fcoiuethinij. If the piico don't suit u let mo know, and I will fix it for you. M West llirLman. wa Pr.rnU-.to the Cnvn cil, nAking that tho olJ milt liouso itnl jcopp .1 ho, In U4i Illrkimitt,(LeU i!, ' cNreJ uuUonce. auJ hiiTu hjihi j afcatid; rcfcrreJ to eerumltte ou propwi nous auu griev'kctf. COM IXiC lot'ATIoN. The HaarJ of Truxtefs for the Hickman CoUfgd tre prtiunt lor the puriKe of conhrrhifE with the Council witli reference to the id the Co I logo. No definite ueie .irrired at, however. On moiiyn, Couucit adjouruetl. iltttuU sirred ly miny fitlffnn of 'taitf e and HirivMAN, "G li mm l 1 9 & icaN'rccicVi Ml Atlwl. - W I, 9 C 0. ... all Rnilt f Main, Medilim ar.tl tinc rurnltura at gruaiiy y reJiiceJ price!. Wo c.irrv a full tine, at all lline. nf C1IAIHS, JtoaCFflS, TAULKS, UVRKAUS. WASUSTASDS, WW R 1)11 Oil titi; CUAMUr.H SEUS, MATTHESSKS. SMUXOS, Je, Atul wr unnrmtpe our price lot iho hwrt flirt u n irlal and be coiivIiitJ, irwe"reheihpirterou UXDKHTAKnUS GOODS, opd ditcouut l cotud til ion in thU line. We rrry a larpe line or U'uotlen and MfctalMt UUrial Caue. IriT Ilepalrlng and Job Work a njnjuialty. AKR OITKK1NO T IMMlIt TO II. M, JIKVl'.M.'ft. ' 0. T. Tlio U. W I ur Svr Xl.MEIJiSl&S'DI -- 1 1 k. ZEiL L-- 7 -- fca. JL eX" Ui i-- -- ? JL" Woman' ChrUtlun Tempciance Union fcr t'uUn comity, meeU in the room bt tho Ynung .Men' I'hrUiUn An socUtlun, WVdiitfclay uf each wtck al 2 p l.v'rrlMrtly In tbc county urgently rn oticltcil to ji n, r.very man, worn it lJ chili toUcitnl to fin iheplrd, hiiJ to rHiui'l tlieve mcctiugs, lu alwtaiu from all lutoxidiMnx li'iimrf. wine mu CMerincitMrtl, mi'iio nnjiitty au prop. vt lh er U'taiu to ducourace the name. TIIK CLFntJU. I HolviniiW tirniui-e- . lth'trff isxjiJkieijio B., B. I JS3? !Pi 5vtrovc r d. Erup-tloni- ey-te- uuflimw ai ISiokxrxan, m (il in, J7AED, a-- fiuiyjuis,' Hn n splendul slock of tlie very hot makes of all kinds of Hardware wbtth are offered at ON I PUICH, and that the very lowest the markci leprctcnkd. ijuntid.4. AH goods guaranteed to bo cAactiv ittr.vr c.pie.in.x urii.u. f,v,t t LADIKS Tho Weekly Courier-Journhai now tho larekt eircuuiliin or any )emucrmi uiimt&per in tlte Umit-tfiHn, hu-- iu XEIZO puhliUrrx, to PL UU fePKCII'IPATIONS AS funter eituil tin cirtula DRAWINGS, I'l.WS, enfrtf cot nctui(vlj lmIcuUU. TO IAKuYTINIIO I ti...,, vil'.r ts tend it, ae,-- s pe phl frnn mavJ5-S- S I.opk nnd ty Jt(llctrd- I Juno 'tilt, I33S, lu K .'.Nt, lftVS .!t fur only ti'ty cent. S;iliscri ti'i:s June eni lr'iu It cost W0,000 to sottlo Dr. ibai hvforo hut Hh will he entered June When a heiv cloud comes up I line, ilne rrroIJ .titer In tho southwest .iiid seems to set- Staudiford's eutato. It is lutlur Ith will buculerod I'om thcili'oree veil tle back again, boh out for a costly for licit men to die. la expire Do- - :Ul, IsSS. Tlie rate to " ' i nr eitrcmtly storm. Mr, H, Mcfllothlin, of Hick- chihi of Ael(tli4 And oer, of he liberal. Vfklv Mwpl mpv schoil law requires man, lias iu ranged to locate a stave Courier Journal conntmiuiitg lU erett Tho new to visit factoiy, near tho Fuckett place, 8 e;ujimln oiler cmi be procujed, trtc ot count) Supeiiutoi-joutchare, hy ttiMreln W, ' llahleiunn. not moid thnn rrt uuhool tier ndlcu buduw Iliekmau. Journal Uowruny. Lu- a uotico of his visit day and to g Tho Coumr.u predicts tbnt in Vrvniileui Courier nuUeripLhm jricu of the Uville, Ky. 'Iho three dnjs m .idvanoe. about four weeks some of these Dally Uiurier Journal without the .Sun Thero Is Mill much complaint friends who now have "I told ou Iay imiio, U Tui DjIUm 1510.) n year about tho em worm, and In somo bo," put hi regaid to certain en- Pricu cf(T-Sti inlay Courier Journal U Tuu terprises, will change their mind, Uullar -i i c;ir HOOFING A SPECIALTY Livepj Stably (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) illCKMA iV W KENTUCKti n nw p oi'usui), iin TLMtMreawnablo. i I STOCK, out and out I'atruiuge nolicttcd. line, IvlUb HH'.S lor Lilt sections of appearance. lenuousaim t'a county tho pestb ortnbns mado its nnd then claim, "I know it was bound to come.1' octSO- - W. G. KINGMAN. r 11 Nearly all of our merchants Th poet inster at James Ikiy-oMo., 1ms resigned, and no one sny business has been unit.su illy can bo leund willing to accept the good this spring. This is really oillcc. The oilleo will, probably, ciicounuiiitf to say the leubt of it. and can but indicate that this will bo diHConthiucd. , - A. F. OX,7VEH, siT,'i?t !P.U ..3 !?Rn?iaHr n )o( n LIM ilMAi THE OLD RELIABLE! OMAS. A. UOlLCmiBWl, i i;a HICICMAX, KKNTL't'KV. o . . Tho6abbribcrA to tho Hickman and 1 on Mountain Hailtoad couneetioii ti retiuestetl to meet nt Judgo M rreli'a oftlce, this evening af o'clock, to consider matters rcl.rro to tlds proposed enterprise. Don't fail to attend. Tho triMoo havo not yet so. looted gioiuils fur tho now Thev hivo sovcrtd places ' toro aro objections In lew, to each, j 'd J trustees nto well and seubihl taking time, well knowing th' tho location Is of gieat Impoiuuue, Itoportsfi'Uu Dyor county say that the i. eisof that section ato bulletin,; .om tho destructive! col-legU( of this eiit, announce a grand picnic at Urown's Fark, on ESatutda, Juno Dili. Tho Sunday Schools ot tho surrounding towns havo been Invited to puiticlpato in llio exorcises, Prominent speak-ei- s of that nice will deliver addresses. of tho chief attractions of our little citv. Tho lino dikes, tho Tho city cemcteiv Is novr ono prove a ear of much business and prosperity. Tho colored JS.iptlst Sunday-School, GIVIJ atfom, MK A 1 io. Jui.v, or rvpu nIm keep a full line of Tuhh Hhti joti wftt ' i.t.it . Common, IUhpwixmI, an Sdlil Itlack Wil nut CofUim and i'itft whieh oan W ""-'- I up on vhurt iiIki', ind ut retain irieeK ttno in a it I UsT Hi,h. n, wi Hickman. Undcrtator'a Good:, Ml, SWICISIB. FAIXTS .ET2: B DW-mf- fl mjy'JAs ?j :cdL isn: j kj aas. tst J er r TMU. (lf ilcrueeivu Hea'ttlniUMIvMV Cmt Claim mil li.U ( of of UotlCeS UN'DKIlSKlNIIt) f n pilinst iil'IitSLTTIOIXS it r.UBFn.LV COMI'OlTXhBD.-ti- .t - - in-la- broad, clean uv enues, nnd tho btatolv monuments me u leal iov to thoso who visit tho city of tho dead, Mr. Webb, who has charge of tho cemetery, Is untiring in his allI,'l wo11" ' iheso little pests exertion to keep tlio place neat every thing gieeu ami clean. aru destrov in resell, m i' ' meadows and some A number of citizens enjoyed nnd corn are eaten a tlsh fry and picnic at crops ol the lauilou entirely up. place, in tho bottom, Monday, Tho (im option law of Mien. 'There was a large attendance, tin declared uucousti ' abundant Mipply of ilsh, am) other Igan lias b tutional. A. tr tho defeat of pro-- accompaniments to mako an en bibitloulnti .' State last year, tho1 Joyable day. 'iho Iliekmau brass I.ogisUtuic i acted ii gcneial iu und wtiing bauds furniahed music iA optt'Ji lot the OftaallHi. . . 1 hiiilJiiig Kjollicti(ni vhlch t'uek, OQl toad lo ho aeni- repairing a levy on Hi. ' btdll meotiling to plan brJ,'d M '' i Jr. ; t 'm wrayTCt OKALKHS 5 Op? S Iv uren at ottiec of tho t'oiintv Jutlge. Sail utU Ih leCelvwl aulfiltit up to nrxn tlte L'Glli ilay uf Muy, Saturday) te J. w. YKd. ) ''' n I3K.TTC3-OISTS- I lH:ifl2SiMUUl0lRB.niMKSHT $ t QUJCDUIKS, PAIN15, Ji)lirANAYI.OUf (Conif It S. MUftUlildlsta- iN'I May llth, - J IS It', Mil Holi, ul Supply. rainy l.(A)l, i'OS, and PUTlfllS: I.IUdltS, ,t M'Uttal Potato Slipsi TTCLLOW VAJIsI, llrinihU er li X tin (Jnown, ut i( OviU ihvtl, or??l 75 r TbouaauJ, at v y' Ail Jim a ah rar Uiu'n QurdcUF. r. m ju aivl-M.n t ' ' Oll, . IM.S and u. AOHNrHl'uf! T1IM v.' domestic Sewing Machine. ;i "tfrBtsim'itBa'Taus 1T t A NVKVJ ISiW MpiK I iJJfK ? - fc. tr - r 1,V.T-.a-a- , rr 41 4 I .4 I lJu I j T. aHf BWw fcl " KM h I - quieter, the mourning wood wero abun to dant, and the news of slaughter jet more Sme be month of May Hho wa able (Written for ThllTtrcM terrible. Carl's face grew troubled (at last riMWW snd to walk a little, and the pleasant morning upon tho ho spoko again "Dear, If you hold mo . v.: back by 3 our love, and into our after para-dU- c rSo labir uranda,upon which her win. There, among tho climbing iM mnw thf c hn: ,?r?nt Hhatno, to writhe about me, neither thou rose tV color came back to her check mr I could escape its sting." She heard and tfc brightness to her eye Hho !cgaii m t(mo of bcr K,urnto and knew hi resolve was taken, Her lips to talk rf grew cold and tremulous, and lay still and Nnrth Fnniithccdfff of th Veranda tho unex-Plorc- J unrcponhr beneath his kls. "Carl," gsnlen stretched away. n 3 el she whUperod, presently, "when do you tor bor m ve only w heu she had taken among the flowers leaning ho snld. a brief tour leave mer1 Tomorrow" Hho echoed his words as on the Colonel's arm " Do iou know what Mid the Colonel one day, , If they measured tho whole spnn of re da v this malnlngPfe when Kate wa beginning to feel that no -, na left her for tho Indolence of All through that summer night they sat ' It U tho thirtieth, Ian t HI" together hand In hand Seldom they spoke, Invalidism and then but of tho trifles of tho mlnuto; of shosM A flush came to her face, ltwa The nd she had forgotten the midnight stillness or the morning chill. Momonsl Da The kept such vigil n wife and husband trave in the village graveyard In tho North dfc, yoar Rrtt 41 "and I." sho thought 17 0 the coffined I k 1 1 h flowcrt, to-- might keep bos idSomething new form of a rose up before her the enemy" Yet she 407 had come Msltintheh.-ueofirst lorn child foolish there was no j Into life rather than something gone out of feltthetbtughtwn vjy tv. o comrade brave " uh and true It 1 heir cup wa luller by ono bitter dron. enemr t "" u have neverEa! J thc Colonel, been totheend ' token of the lore and allthodraught was sadder and sweeter nreseallr ire bear. walk, nnd I havo something for the fulncs. of the laurel Our offering! round we atrew, dawn they imrted, and forever. There thereto how ou There wa a certain At came a time when letters ceased, when seriousneM in hi manner, nnd ho wasun-usuallUfon jour country'! altar dear, stienlHllie walked slowly down Your Ihe were freely paid dajsjind weeks of anxlou walling would at In sac rlflec to Irtfdom'a cause. haverrderod any news acceptable. Hut betweea the laurels! They pausel nn hero wa Thc random prfco wai pa Id I Carl disappeared utterly and loft no trace. the wi 0' tnf with low ah tubs For long sho lived on the ho that he oiiro spaco bonlered about The blessing which )our ardor bought might enme back when tho prisons Intkeeenterof this lncloure two grave llrcathe in the balnr May, together the narrow path that led opened their doors. Tha war ended, lay c And hallow with ecbaatenedglow no looketl Tfco grandeur of the day. life began to flow back Into tho old bctrrnHloilClVilit,r I11111, and then glanced In surprit long dried channels, but wonl of Carl attben The halft which around you ahlne there wa none. A slow and subtle Khali, aa tho rear gobr, be said, "what theso Yfli wonder, hange began to bo wrought In Kate, by Add luster to the deed, which In disappointment Hho who had loved all jrrtrnareand why t brought you here Our memories fondly lie. came to hate with bitter hato tho Bit d:ini monirj on this bench aud 1 thing, We deck your gram wdh flowers, very name of tho Houth. That namo was to will tell yousry. ,nd a brother, an only Ocorqradcs brave and tru' t my side at Petersburg. her the name of tho murderess who had broker, w In token of the love we hear, slain her lovo. The turbulence of nn un Our offcrinea round we atrew, quiet spirit mado tho olden divine whls- IlEKRT A. LAVr.LT. crings less and less audible. God seemed saw. yfvi ' tn 111 1 remote; prayer, the useless wall of a neg f I . . tf . u.A ACKOSS lected child. 80 passed nearly fifteen n years. Aunt Ruth died and Kate lived ou alono with tho old servant whoso connt nl Kato Wilton's Loyal Lovo A tlon with tho household antedated her earl; Day Story, est reeoMeyflon. It vu to want Iho close of this iierlod that Kato Wilton became .Written for This 1'ipcM to Hplrltlm A stranger had bo attracted tho you resident In tho village tseo had chanced to comoof a propagandist she and with all the zeal had sown Kato Wilton seed of her "ism" In eiery promising face, among a crowd of other, your pazo soil. To Kate tho possibility of hearing a might havo lingered voice from beyond, aVov all his voice, a moment long was enough to stir her naturo to Its depth. enough, perhap, for Hhe became an easy convert, and was the you to ask why tt first member of tbo growing circle that lingered and to fail held it weekly gatherings at the houses of to find satisfactory those who befriended the new doctrine and Many messages came to her, II e h I it d its disciples. onswc r that quiet face was and. In time, these left her altogether In to the loss of the quieter voices tho majrnolWm of a different ,- ' 1 . . 1 - -prcatly loyal and sue iiuu vwu wuni 10 ucnr nun ucvu. fci'' "ijsff'rj&jrzlovlnp nature Men ennerienced strantre extremes of feeling IOlT WONDE11," 1IK SAIP, ' WHAT TnESS thought looked and felt tho Nor she wrtuld bo in ecstasy at tho GRAVES AKE" spelt, and thought of Carl's nearness: again the nearness thvnisclvca deceived would seem it mocking, as unreal, as intan I' There was no time tohalt er help, for wo because, in tho face. gible, as tho materialized form she some were driven back by au impetuous rush of Idea of tho union At therein no sufflclent charm to account times gazed vu In Hut anmind. was slowly tne oimere I and a faithful negro night wo Hhe had sought him, her erant for the fcdlliijr, Hach magnetism is exer- taking form cised ly all Mrouglv tender natures, and so longed to stand by lria grave, to be able j When we found him he was dead, and by befitting her love. Uli nmr, tlMMU in I1HUU, WK1 U lUir Ho . m pathetic soul become Instantly to raise some memorial What passed r ensltit e ut contact w ith the magnetic cen Here wa something real arid definite to haired soldier of tho North. may know, but seek and work for. Why might not these betwceti tbm rnn I ttonder ihat How often Is it wild ter. they went out Into new life smiling, and. he can sec in her to loet" because, for spirit, owers guide her in a quest for his hand, a little children aootht tho eye of llcsh can not penetrate be resting place. Tho burden of all her ques- hand tn strange neath tho surface. May it not Ik must It tions of the oracle grew to bo "Tell me might wander Into the pasture world of tho bars. And not bo, that it is given to tho 03 oof love to where they hao lain him." At last, an meadow, beyond the see and to tho heart of lovo to understand answer seemed to come back whlth, with- we brought them here and laid them side out being definite, as she desired, gave her by side, tho unknown stranger and the that which is hidden from the multitude stool by her loved son; tho boy In blue and tho boy in tho Inter beauty and worth, that ieul lev-lin- e assurance that, when shegrow conscious gray Never an anniversary of their death. which lsthe only pure and nbidiug lover's grave, she should of tho nearness of the precious dust whose day has passed but we have covered tho beauty, nut. If rou hal seen Kate Wilton nfoot shrine sho sought ho it camo to pass that graves with flowers. Hut, since tho cusnnd afield, you would have. Inevitably, In her thirty fourth j'ear, she turned her tom of Memorial Day ha obtained, w e havo turned and watched her with a growing fair to the land of the people she tomb remembered to deck this soldiers for those w ho mourn hlra as sleeping feeling that she was a NMncrmdys for, to a loathed and wcntonaptlgrimagetoscvkthe superb phj sique, sho added a rare grace of sepulcher of tho man she loved. At the in an unxnowro gravu. I brought you here, first a strange excitement filled her Hhe thluktng that It might seem sweet to you larringe. To see her walk wa a rcvela tlon, compelling tho reflection that, among fellas Ifshowasgolngtokeepan appointed - mat aonnern hands should deck the trvst with hprlnr lint, in time, her ex- graves that holds a Northern soldier's iheahwrnhlimr, wincing throne of womankind, walking was u lost art Glowing Icuement woroHway t hn brp grew heavier duit" Tears came to her eyes; "Not and her frame more languid, la thoa long alone," she said; let mo but share this with excrete, her c.c sparkling, little, Many an cj o fol- tak, or If you would show mo favor, I pray straggling tendrils of hair curling about months of pilgrimage you let my flowers on her forehead and around her 'ears, her face lowed her furtively, a sho walked among of the mo lay of the Houth " the grave soldier And so, tho graves that rolled like sea billows was at it Ut, la repose, her face lost Itsgrpat rhnrm tbo charm of light. The about her. Many a sympathetic wish hov- frtgelher, they lld their flowers en thc difference in her faco when In reioso and ered, uurrvigidvd, itovo her, as she two gravM. That evrninc when all the when emotion or exercise stirred tt was stooped to lay a handful of flowers on some gardeu was bathed In moonlight, they sat tho difference between tho cold, gray sky unnamed grae From placo to place she together on the veranda; mother, son and Presently Mrs. Gardiner withat dawn and the warm, bright sky at sun- Journeyed seeking tho sign that never guest snd the two sat somo moments In si rise; between tho stream that flows sober- came, Hho grew nervous; sleep and appe- drew Corn," ld the Colonel, at length, tite failed her, but not her courage. She lence ly In shadow and the merry, laughing take stream that leaps in the light For this wa In Virginia now, and took tho train at "let urood-nigh- a turn In tho garden before we Hhe rose, and, barereason, iorhap, any attempt to describe length to come to Fredericksburg. The say spring wa here; the air was ful of It headed, they w alked slowly down the laurel- Kato Wilton's face ends only In a category of features. Her light, brown hair was Hho vaguely wondered If it was this bordered path. They cezne to tho end and worn rolled back in a curling waro that ?a e bcr sut h a feeling of languor and stood gazing In silenro upon the grave. Home of tho flowers bad become disarfrom her pure, high forehead; tho made her so drowsy. Occasionally, as ahe eye beneath were largo and gray; nose, lifted ber heavy lids, she becamo conscious ranged and Kate moved to the path between graves and stooped to rearrange them. straight and over-largmouth also rather of tho watchful gaie of a pair of keen. the large, with line which, straight In repose, dark c os. Hho wondered vaguely If any vtnen sno rose, iionci uarutner was facing her. Hhe saw his face could soften and beeomo sensitive when thing was amiss In her attire to attract at- standing t aculn Into drowsiness, f worklnr with tho stron&ri emotion he felt , she wen aroused or Interested. Utr ililn tention, nd ..4 flush of fever deepening on her cheek. no ia1 siowiy, soicmniy 1 "ieart turn in was ftnnund well molded and the white the Presently tho conductor passed through that drawing us togetner mat is stronger tietk wa full and faultless In IM curves. death and the grave. Will you trust Tho sti iking characteristic of her face tho car, and the owner of tho dark eyes, than your as I would was strength. An artist, with u lino or who was also the ow ner of an empty sleeve, mo with to lire, our way to gladly lay happiness!" puvej touched bis arm and engaged him In a mine down two, could have roado it sweetly strong or tho hand for answer which, sternly strong, but strong It must be, In whispered contersatinn, sleepingfrom their and strcUbcd to she clasped the grave. that was her across lady. In any rase. Her naturo was of that kind glances, concerned the E. O, Cuevektox. which ftocms to bo instinctively religious. a moment or two tho conductor took tho vacant seat ut her side, and, after address Tho doctrine of a particular, all pervading CAUSES OF FAINTING. Providence, so hard of understanding for ing her twice without response, shook her result only soma was to her the most natural of bo her arm gently, with fortho moment, eyes An Ailment Whlrh Dors .Not Nrreurllj a Tend to Shorten Uf. Jlefa. Hor religion was pure loe, and if It of causing hor to ojkmi, that seemed already too dull or seeing. Fainting Is what results when the heart bo true that Another whispered conversation with the falls to send to the brain a sufficient supply lie prayeth beat who loveth beat dark-ocgentleman, whom tho conductor of blood. A faint may bo partial or comAll things, both ere it atd imaU," then Kato Wilton's prayers should hare courteously addressed a Colonel, and a lit- plete. In either case there may be a warnhad peculiar efficacy j for hor regard for tle later, when the train stopped at Holly ing of what is coming, and ome prma life, in Its lowest forms, amounted to al- Hprlugs, Colonel and conductor together can even sisume a favorable posture before most reverence. Perhaps this was duo as half led and half lifted tho fevered trav- losing convlousness. Most adult readers much to surroundings and education as to eler from the train, Into a waiting carriage are familiar with tho symptoms of a faint; tho Inherent qualities of her mind. Left an which presently rolled away Into the dusk. tho face turns pale, the eyes close, conorphan In early girlhood, Katie hod been And that was the end of Kate Wilton's sciousness Is lost and the person falls. Of when she enur, when th heart falls to send blond taken homo by an aunt, who wa a widow pilgrimage. It was rnd childless. Aunt Ruth was a Quakeress, opened her eyes languidly upon the room to the brain, It also falls to send it to the weeks sue naa moanea ana surface of the body, and hence the skin is und while she faithfully fulfilled tho desire where for of (tiff '1hM'h pctrcula Hi.ilcthar receive tossed in pain and muttered In delirium. pallid, cold and perhaps clammy. Bvlh t'-- b her religious education in tho worship of Hne looked a moment ut tho pleasant faced, re thing mid the pulse may bo lmper lady who sat at work in u low ceptlblo and the person ma seem to bo the denomination of which her father had white-hatre)ecn a pastor, sho could not do otherwise chair; at a tall dark man with an really dead. In other cases the breath may than impress upn th child, nnt no much empty sleeve, who steed by thc lady's come in occasional sighs, and a feeble noby word as by living example, that peculiar side; her gaze wanderea over ino appoint- tion may bo detected In the heart This of tho rcverencofor tho Father which Is charac- ments again, room, and then tho eyes condition may continue for hours, but It and she sank into a restful commonly lasts only a few minutes. teristic of tho peaceful sect "Thee must closed Ymyvry stltl In thywdf, my child, If thou sleep. The lady, who had watched her In Fainting Is sometimes a serious moment, Indeed, at times It ends tn immediate affair rose aud beuturer her nearest the Divine voice," was a precept silence, death. aud then, crossing to her sou, said t " Tho One cause of this more dangerous fainting that bore its fruit In Katie's life. When is a fatty degeneration of danger Is over; sho will rocorrtr. the heart; and Hhogrewup a believer In OivinoTOccs a lid nuughl to in&ly within herself that she wakes again sho will be conscious. I another cause is a considerable loss of holy calm In which nowhiier of Heaven truly hope that, as all our Inquiries have blood. In any case of profuse hemorrhage any friend who was in- of course every thing must bo done 1 to ar lost to tho spiritual sense. Among the failed to discover coming, so oices that Kate Wilton listened for was tho terested in her or waitlug her rest thc How of blood, but, meanwhile, the no unpleasant results or serious shock lowering of tho head and shoulders below voice of God, speaking through human lips may follow when she learns of the words of lovet "Whither thou goest sickness and detention." Kate her long the leel of the body will greatly facllltato did get a favorable result Hack of most caos of 1 well go." There was not a particle of w Tery alow. fainting Is an inherited nervous susceptibilcoquetry In her; to havo sought a lover well, but her recovery When good Mrs. Gardiner, with kindly In- - ity. Only a small proportion of ersons e er wrnld have been to outrage eery Instinct a rf her fine and delicate nature. Yet she tonatlon and many Vamomotherly caress, faint under any circumstances. A few to bo among thought dally of husband and of home. told her how sho faint at tho slightest cause fear, Joy, strangers, the tears that flowed wero tears grief, unpleasant sights, noisome smells, Tho maternal Instinct was strong within of gratitude and thankfulness. Tho kind heated and Impure air, sudden accident, or rer, Hd child fares and child voices came nd devctlcn shown to her. nd went lu her pure dreams. Dally sho noii sots? irritation of IhtfMoh.mh .rother1n-ttma- l prayed for the man who was coming to her stranger, touched her deeply, and won upvrgMiis. The escttlng causo varies on her loving naturo. Hho grew accusIn different persons, and each should guard with feet, feeling a sweet tomed to the coming aud going of " Alex,' himself tit his own point of exposure. In tho thought that lie whom her Id soy case of falntness every obstacle to soul loved, unknown of name, unknown of as his mother railed him, simply as if ho form, would be blensod f rem a source un- were yet a boy, and received with a glad the freest action of the heart and lungs should be removed by the loosening of the known or tranquilizer and refreshed in clothing Hut the first thing Is to get the hours of lonebnesa and struggle by her In patient Into a rvcumbest posture flat on tcrccstiou. It was a rare and singular I L J thing that she should feel that tho qualities the Uk, W kuuw of one person subject sho loved must bo mortally Incarnate and to fainting who had learned always, at the come to her somo day, to be known of name first monition, to take this posture of own accord, und It speedily terminated tho und c herlshed of body. ' And so it came to pass, atfcHik.. If tbo person Is In a crowded assembly she should at once bo taken into Hy a chance as seaming slrauge as tho fmah air. but under no ilrcumstancea meeting In mid ocean of ship from antipodal ports, as atrango as the meeting of ibould any thing be placed under ber head, long parted friends In the crowded The more common iorraoi latniiug does not I n v"& L'l t 'S VI r V nceesjAflily tend to shorten life. FoufV thoroughfare of a at run go city. Curl Burton Cot, tamo Into her Ufa and found it swept, gar nished and prepared That one ear of love, which followed, seemed a year of ttVRTRU E GENTLEMAN. 'BJaHaV'' more than human joy Perhaps, though Commendable Qualities somsVnJaK" happily she could not know It, u longer SJistuiguun 11 j 111. would havo shown her thut, as rt. would toWfelcult to point out a word the sunlight makes eve if common things In Urn Knffllsh'tasguage that Is more fre beautiful, so sho 0 wed to the glamour of her quently misapplied than the upillat!on, own love its abnegation and Intensity-mu- ch ren the man. In common parlance, It la used of the beauty which she found In her any man whose coat, hat. to ilAslraat CAHL'S riCt OREW TttOUM FH. lover. 1'cihaps sho might have slowly boots and linen are In good condition, und learned that her ceaseless praj er to be w charitably curea lor in an of him was needless, or even that hia forcibly detained in a Jail. embrace was parasitic, drawing on her life there are somo wuoAat to nourish a selfish existence. Hut all audi 1 till frrrutir ntimlmr whrt thoughts were far from the mind of Kate felt suth a strange umtent in her helpless Wwho are dally spoken of by that Wilton. Ufe seemed a rojal progress. Hho nes and depondemo that she began to ask moed through a landscape bathed In sun- herself If she were . bo .content, " nonI title. cunning sharper, without education, . a ,V light, radiant with color, sweet with song. wnoso mo-th- e V As her religion wasloe, so her love was r. V things tha troubled her, that tho past iprinrtiDioor sense 01 grainuue, has been to youth, religion, and no sacrifice that love could real y seemed dead now, not forgotten but usk but she would have gloried In making dead; and burie. as It should have been ftwXoverreach and swindle all with DXnas come in business contact, and It It la comparatively easy, oftentimes, longago Hhe had tried to embalm her ,piedor on tho proceeds of to make a voluntary offering of that w hlch, dead and keep it with her as a living thing I J ?? .. .a ,it-mii.- lr man.,! na If withdrawn from u by sovereign power, ow 11 was nunea Often fhj would stir us to angry mutiny against the renew her grasp upon the old, it eluded , h7crtbeless, modern conventional! ,( supreme authority that "orders all things her. It seemed impossible, in this new J ntilun w nAt '""after the counsel of His own will," to lehubllltate that old life. um, siyiw upon such gtHtUmtn, was to fade, Pcrhapa, ahe thought, when I go away, the fir to lay our fingers All this dream of loe with them on the sidetho sky become overcast and the old feeling will return. Hut did he with We rub ahoulders During It to returnl Was It not better buried, walks and see hats touched to them as birds cease their singing In elegant carriages all this year of first love, Kate had heard time It was dead! Often she questioned they pass. They dash by hon-estof friends, herself In this wise after onu of the through our thoroughfares, driven Individthe roll of drums, tho good-bje- s Huch themselves. men than and Hacliel's comfortless cry of grief for Colonel's daily visits, visits ahe had grow n f her children, us If It came f row an outaldo to look for and full of years, and rich Ihere was ,1 ual, when they die iniquity, are "reworld. When Carl apoko of taking his mighty magnetism about the nun Ho w as lotompoundlntereitof "eminent citizens," and tho place in the ranks, sho had put her arms so courteous, mi ur hoslve Ho twined gretted" obituary puffs are offered to about him and said "Nv. dear, we are to divine her wls.. and hi mistered as J moat fulsome You shall give mo this jear; mougnuuiiy as genuy to ner warts, Ono their names. betrothed for of old they granted tothe soldier newly And roae on the coverlid of tho Uxl wed his one jear of exemption," how lht rwonlwSir IL1?! w?r Carl was too loth to turu his back upon did he know tha flowe, .he U.t losedM auddespl.es tills paradise, to raake remonstiance. It was Kate's prayer and hope that as the j ear sjed, an end might bo niadoof the cruel strife and her lover bo spared t he rtcit eut Into "tho mouth of gentleman.-Lerl- lfe hell," with Its behhlng flames and strove tsmtnclle the jaat aLUwiefifS ties that dUtinifUi sh tho trie many sulphurous smoke, rru.it wheuco Ktraie, that ailln.d be.o,, j A. X .!". tuner julmiakJ 'Jheear wureaua,but tent to follow nature without itn -- t!Pill. fi Jl,.wikuuk Is dearly bought If we stivvts giw atretvuilllbg the dUfttvutea vf au m j rmco Q wral qualities. CKawUng, ton war vent ou. TM MEMORIAL DAY. isM al to go along with her .niother-ln-tsuppose the people saldi -- Ohl what foolish creature to go c.fT with a poor old woman Straws Waiting to be Gleaned Into pwa.d the londof Judahl They won't live to get across the desert. They will bo Valued Sheaf. drowned In the ses, or the J.ckala of lbs wilderness will destroy them," was a How mU Tlilnc llmiv Into Mnmentnn very dark morning when llaih U atnrtcd off rrntrtloin f rnntii by Iter. T. wlthNaomi; but behold her Inmytexim DeUItt TNliitrtirr, l. I, ,0 l tM? f, CIIKISTIAX 1IAUVKST-F1ELD- . 1 "Folks r so awkward, things so Impolite, They're elegantly pained from morning until IIIISM The ANTIQUITIES. Tradition of night" the J j WC$ .n U running commentary on aotno passage of Scripture, Hor. T. Do WlttTalmage, !. D., took tho text: "And she went nnd eime, and gleaned in tho Hold after the reapers, nnd her hap wa to light on a part of tho field lctongliig unto nr., who Wa of tho kindred of HuihlL, 3. lie preached from theso wonl the following sermon Tbo time that Until nnd Naomi arrived at Hitihlehcm la harvest time. It was the vUitcm when a sheaf fell from a Invito tho harvest field for tho rcipcr to refuse to gather It up, that was to be left for the poor who might happen to come along that If there wete handful of grnln way. scattered k cross the Hold niter the main haresl had been reajKHl, Instead of raking it, as farmers do now, it was by tho custom of the land, left tn Its placo so that tho poor, coming along that wav, might glean it nnd got their bread. Hut you sayt 'What thou1 of nil theso harvest field After making n 11 ( lm TinTGRAVE. wr rmv& IjJ&f. &&$$&&& a WmrWMl ' fr&P JULyi, nig? n HP flWMm alaa m Huth and Nairn t Naomi I too old nnd feeble to go out nnd toil In the sun, and can you expect that Huth, tho young and the beautiful, should Inn her cheeks ami blister her hands In thehArvest-fieldfHoas owns n largo farm, and he goes out to seethe reapors gather In tho grain. Coming there, right licklnd tho swarthy, rcapcisaJte beholds n beautt woman more fit to lul woman gleaning bond to a harporslttfpon athrono than to among tho sheaves. AM that was stoop an event inl d.iyt It wn love at first sight Itoai forms an attachment for tho w omanly gleaner nn attachment full of undying Interest to tho Chuirhof God In nil ngcs;wblIo Huth, wtihantphah, or nearly n bushel of lur ley, goe homo to Naomi to toll her tho successes and adventures of tho day. That Huth, who left her native lind of Monb In darkness aud travelod through an undying affection for her mother-in-laIn tho harvest field of Hoaz, Is to one of tho best families in Judah, nnd Income in aftorttme tho ancestress of Jesus Christ tho Ixrd of glory. Out of so dark a night did there ever dawn so bright a morning I 1 learn, in tbo firt place, from this sub. ject how trouble develops character. It wa bereavement poverty and exile that Illustrated and announced tn bH ago the sublimity of Huth' character That Is a very unfortunate man who lias no trouble. It was sorrow that made John Hunyanthe better dreamer, anil Dr. Young tho better poet, and O'Connell the better orator, and Hiohop Holl the better preacher, and Havo'ock the better soldier, and "Hto the better uieytlopellit, and Huth ino better daughtcr-ln-laI once atked nn aged man In regard to hi pastor, who wa a very brilliant man "Why U It that yourpaslor, so very bril-llauseems to have so little heart and ten domes In his sermons?" "Well," ho replied, "the reason if, our pastur h never ha I any trouble. When misfortune come upon him, his stlo will bo different" After awhile the Inrd tcok a child out of tint pastor's house; and though tho preacher was Just us brilliant as ho wa before, oh' the warmth, tbo tenderne of The fact Is that trouble Is a his discourse. one one of the grandmother of Jcu Christ, Amt P0 U "on ! that ,! M"rUVery drk ml. very brigMly! When you started out for Heaven, ohl how dark was tb. hour of eviction bow Hlnnl thundered, and devil tormented, and the darkneis thickened! All the ms of your life pounced upon yoi, and It as the dukest hour you ever saw when you first found tut your sin. After an Idle you went Into tho harvest 0f Ood' mercy , you Ugan to gleuu in ho Held of llvlno promise, and you had more sheaves than you could carry, a the yoice of uddressed you, saying. "HiMeil ,, Ul iho man whoso trsnigresalons ire forgiven, nnd whne sins aie covered. Avcrvdrtrk starting In conviction, a ery 'bright ending In thn pardon and tho hope and the triumph of the Gospel I Ho, cry often in our Worldy business or In our spiritual enreer, ws atart off en a very dark path. We niujga yi0 fltf8h may shrink back, but there n velce within, orn voice from aWvj. saying "You mint go:" snd wo have to drink the gnll, nnd wo havo to carry the cross nnd we bao to traverse the desert, and we are pounded and untied of misrepresentation And abuse, and wo have to urge our way through ten thousaul obstacle that must bo slain by our own right arm. Wo havo to ford the river, wo have to climb the mountain, wo have to ttorraihoeastloi but, blessed bo God, the dsyof rest and rcwarJ irlll come. On the tip. top of the captured battlement we wUljdiout tbo victory; If net In this woVU9fke in the world wbero there no iCwflTert Ink, no burden to enrry, no batttei j fight How do 1 know ltl Know itljl know It . God They shall hunger noinore, neither thlrt any more, neither s'all tho sun the Umb light on them, nor any hfat, which l lit the midst of tho throne shall lead them to liticg fount all of water, and God shall wipe all tean frora their hXT l? I?!?10 fij ayo: traw, and there straw, but what Is a straw! can't get any barley for myself or my mother-in-laout of thco seporato straws" Not so said beautiful Huth, Hhe gathered two straws and sho put them together, nnd more straws, until she got enough to mako a sheaf. Putting that down, she went and gathered more straws, until she had another sheaf, and another, and an nther, and then sho brought them all together, and ahe threshed them out, end she had anephah of barley, nigh a buxhot Oh, that we might all he gleaning! Kllhu Hurrltt learned many things whllo tolling In a blacksmith's shop. Aber cro m bio, tho philosopher, la a 1 d Through thai gale of Indolence bow many men and women hare marched, use les on earth, to a destroyed eternity I Hplnolaaald to Hlr Horace Vers i Of what did your brother die I" "Of having nothing to do," wa tho answer. "Ah!'1 atd Hpln-ol"that's fh&ugh to tilt any general of us" Oh Iran It bo posslblo In this world, where theie I 10 much suffering to bo so much darkness to be enlightened nnd so many burdens to be carried, that there I any person who can not find any thing to del Mad. do Htnel did a world of work In her time; end one day, nhtlo 'ie waa icatod amid Instruments of music, all of which sho had mattered, and amid minu-scrip- t look which she had written, some ono said to hen "How do you find tlmo to attend to all theso thlngsl" "OH," she replied, "theso a re not tho thing I am proud of. My chief boast I In tho fact that I havo seventeen trade, by any ono of which I could mako a livelihood If necessary." And If lit secular spheres.thoro much to bo done. In spiritual work Iiuw vast tho field! Wo went moio Abl galls, morj Hannahs mure HcbeccAs, more Marys more Deborahs consecrated body, mind, soul to the lord who bought them. ffcOncomoret llounfrom my subject the value of gleaning. Huth going Intothst bsrrest field mlgl t TuattiA-de-tenaa- n 10 hao anldt "lhcioia t eyoi." It wo very h.rd for Noah utloed, rest educator. You see lomctltnoa musician sltdown at an Instrument, and his execution is cold The reason la and formal nnd unfeeling. that all his life bo has been prospered. Hut lat misfortune or bereavement come to that man, and ho U dowit Atautn&tru ment, nnd you discover thopatbo in the first sweep of the keys. Misfortune ami trials arj great educator. A young doctor comes Into a sickroom wbero there Is a dying child. Perhaps he Is rough In bis prescription, and very rough in hi manner, and rough in tin feeling of tho pulae, and rough In his answer to tho mother's anxious question; but years roll on, and there ha ticcn oco dead In his oivn house; and now ho comes , Into the and with tearful eye he looks at tho dying child, aud ho aayai I ho'w this reminds mo of my Charlie I" 'Oh ""rouble, tho great educator. Sorrow, 1 10 Its touch In the grandest pslntlng; I hear Us tremor in tbo awe tent song I foe 1 Its power In tha might! st argument Grecian mythology said that tho fountain of Hippocreno was struck out by tho foot of tho winged horse Pegasus. I havo often noticed In lito that the brightest and most beautiful fountains of Christian comfort nnd spiritual Ufo have been struck out by the Iron shod hoof of disaster and calamity. I sen Daniel's courage best by the liaih of Nebuchadnezzar furnace, I seo Paul pro we best when 1 find him on the foundering ship under tho glaro of tho lIzktnLnirfn tbo breakers of Mellta. God irownss bis children amid tho howling of wild beaats and the chopping of blood- splashed guillulint mid the crukling tires of martyrdom. It took thc persecutions of Marcus Aurctlut to develop Poly carp and Justin Martyr. It took tho world's anathema to develop Martin Luther. It took all tho hostilities against tho Scotch Covenanters and th fury of Lord Clover-hous- e to develope James Henwlck, and Adiew Melville, and Hugh McKaii, the glorious martyrs of Hco'ch history. It took the stormy sn nnd tho December blast, and tl 0 dcsulato New Knglnnd of fciVigCi to coast, and tho show forth this prowess of tho Pilgrim t endure the y wbllo he scoffing of tho people in hi was trying to build the ark,aU "a orery morning quit red about his J boat that would never Ixi of anypmcbal uso; but when tbo deluge came, nnd tit top of tho mountains disappeared like he luck of ca monsters, and th' element, lhed up ia fury, clappel tblr ha U over a drowned world, then. Noah tho nrk re Joiced la h's own safety and the safety of hi family, and looked out n tbo wreck of a ruined earth. Christ, bounded of persecutes denle 1 a pillow, worse maltreated thai the thieves ou cithers do of tie cro, luman bate smacking its lips In aatisfacton after it had been draining Hi last dnpof blood, the sheeted dead bursting fron tho sepulcher, at Hi crucifixion. Tell e, OGctb-semau- e and Golgotha were there ever darker times than those I Lik the boomof the midnight seaagalnt tho rock, ing the surgesof Christ's anguish oatagaint the gates of eternity, to lectbed back by all tho thrones of Heaven audall the dungeon of hell. Hut the day of reward and docome 1 for Christ; all the po-iminion of this world are tot hung on Hi throne, uncrowned headi are to bow before Him on whoto heat are many rrowtifc, ant Ml the celestial worship Is to como up at Hi feet, like the "immlng of th 1 forest, like the rushing of the waters, like tho thundering of the seat, while all Heaven, rising en their thronrs, bat time "Hallclcjah, for th" with their scepters Lord God Omnipotent relgnetil Hallelujah, tho kiugd m of this wor l have become the kingdoms of our Lord Jesus wa a philosopher In Hoot land, and he got hi philosophy, or the chief part of It, white as a physician ho was walling for tho door of the sick-rooto open. Yet bow many there are tn this day who say they o busy thoy havo no tlmo for are mental or aplrllual Improvement; th great duties of life cross the field like strong reaper and carry off all tho hours end there Is only here and there a fragment left that l not worth gleaning. All, my friends you could go Into tho bus test day and butlost week of your life and find gnldot oprortuuiliua, whivb, gathered, might at least uinke wield aht-a- f fur the Lord' garner It Is the stray opportunities and tho tray privilege which, talon up and bound together and beaten out, will at last fill you with abounding Joy, There are a few moment left worth the Now, Huth, tothe field! May gleaning each one have a meaiure full and running overt Oh, you gleaners go to the field And If there ba In your household an aged not strong one or a nc relative that enough to c mo forth and toll In this field, then let Huth lake homo to feeb'o Naomi He that goetb this sheaf of gleaning! forth and nccpeth, bearing precious eJ, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with htm," May the Lord God of Huth and Naomi bo our portion forever. Among tlio most Interesting monument of pngnn times In Ireland mo tliuvj found ou nnd near tho bank of tho rlu-- lloyne, lit tho county of Morttlt, n few mile west of Drogiicila. Hero wn n ivinuleri of somo of tlio pi luces nnd chieftain- of Krln nt n period to which 110 ceitnln tlnto can be ncrlbci1v but to which nny bo rcfcrrvil the tradit, tion of tho tho raco uf atrmigcH, allant horsemen, singer ntnl harpers mM magicians "ho nrn supposed tuhivo conquered (.mn part of Iho lt:tmt, nnd to lmo established their King's throne on lite liiU uf Tm a. Of their pi'olrncten wat nntiit tho Knmorinus nnd the Klrbulgs whoever tbou linndorsuoro; of the Vomorlnit King llttor, who liml ono c)e In tho tuldillo of hW fotchead and another In tho Imck of his head, which could kill men by a glance; nnd of Ntiada Alrgeat Lamb, tho King with n diver hand, to replruo his hand lost lit tho battle of Moj turn, thu lot ers of romaiiUe fables may lead nt their ploastirn. It prohnhto tint Mcath wn. In n tcry remote ago, tho abode of a wntllko people, who gnlnrd considerable ascendency oter tho rlbcs of tho ndjaruiil pail of Ireland, nnd whoo King mny sometime lime been the bead of a federal liMgua to resist tho Incursion of the Dane nnd Norsemen. Tho sepulchral mounds enlni or burrow In th nelgblmrhoialiil Dowtb nnd New grange, associated with the tmme of King IHibhnlli mid Arbnd Ahlnt (the nn mo (if "Dowth" being n corruption of Dubinin" In the opinion uf Celtic scholars) were (nmtncd by members of the Kojat hUh Academy forty years nga Tho Dowth mound I an Immense pile of smtU boulder stones In the interior of which are chambers and pages constructed of very largo Moc of slono rudely laid together In the "dolmen" fashion of Hrlttany and other Celtic examples; tho first chamber, formed In tho shape (though certainly not of of a cro Christian design) couta'iied a broken stone colli n. with a few bronze or Iron human and ornnment bancs. A pA'sige twenty-scre- n fwl long conducts to n series of stinll crypts and to n sipiruo chamber, the stone of which nru sculptured with n variety of deeomtHe per hip )inlob leal, pattern nnd devices The more Importnnt of these have ciiged the study of mitlquarlati with n view to atceitalu their polblo significance. They appear In tho greatest richness, nnd complexity on the huge stours of the Interior of the great sepulchral monument at Newgrnnge; the can log are of wonderful diversity circles lo r Tnnthn-1o-lannnid I , half-burnt ,t JMlIng en the lull Grievously iMlurbs tho stomach of Invalid travelers me motion of tho shin end Tb In crossing tiio ocean brallou of tno doe tho hke fur many tn good health. All travelers shooM hnvo, as a comtmnlon, Hostctter's Htoatacli Hitters, which furtitlca nnd rrguwiesWieaUiiiinchand bowel, coun lenw'ts burtrui Influences of climate and change of uwpcraturo, nd Is a sovorelgu nMiuxly tor malarial, rheutuatlo aud kidney MlluivUt. 1hllwhtkuownaaavflnnlugmllV man A rottti '" (L his fandldate orr wll) often win a side by a almplo drink Iraftlli let with Boro ryes use Ur Isoae ThonipviiiiI.jeWater Druggist cllit'Jjo, An f t better tho Jack pot-.- V. r. The treatment of many Ibouaanda of rsste snd dijtrisains; f thii chmiilo wwhii-ss- e the In slid ailments iNiulisr to reinales, stlluffaht, N. 1 Hotel snd Hurgiml Institute, perteneo In nil Ijf sdspi l.as sacrled a nt Ing and thoroughly luting retnedus lot Uie uiala-llccure of woman Hr. IMeree'e lavorlto frescrlptloil Is the outgrowth, ir rvnull, of this reel and 1 liousand of tratliiuf Tshiable cipcrtenw. snd (mm physl nlAls reeelvtd from pstlcnls lies more sagrs; clans who bare trie. it ii which bed "0' tated and idllnal trt ra the moat wondeiful lo their skill, I rove It and cure remedy rur dvlsrd lor the relief itiaiti.liiil am,of .. i Ii ! 11 l irnrmiMMiu- -i - -- fUrerlUf W "cure-all.- " but a n most perfect ("pclflo woman' peculiar allinent. As n potverful. Invigorating toiile, whole tt impart strrnxth tn the spiendae)Hein, In and to th witwb and iu Urintf. I'ir nrrrwerktd. " worn out. lr.ihtfn.N dtiilitatel Mhiip-etrls,- " milliners.trfaer. busdit'wmskeis.sismatn'Mee, kfreis, nurtinr mmiwra, unu jtri-igenerallr, lr. Pbrrs tnvorite lrrs-riaim- i estthly iMion, ts'lng iineiiialed I the great a an ai'W tiling cordial and rrtorstle Ionic. jt n toothing mid elreiiailieiilng U "lavoiite Itervlue. U invaluablePrescription" snd une. aub-niIn slUiln led and nervoti exatnMlltr. tultabllnr. snd pmtratlona bsterw. aiwam com other dlitiYsalng, nervous ajniptomaorgan 10 hionlf attendant utsu functional and of dinse and (he womb. It tnduoi nfrrtldng p.p tier relieve mental antMy snd.. d am. ii.l. I seeee ravorll Preae? I all of la a leallliiiHle Mtedleliie, rererullr an eiperlenCMt end pklllfu) oiMtiiitah'd hjr adapted to woman tWIcate rtiraieMn. ant tirjranlMtlon, tt fa purrly vmtstd in its composition and trttntif barmla in it eftVrta tn eny condition or. ibe ayatem, lor from whatetef wmiiif tick tics , or iiatisea, Indian ttioii. drs eauae ailtna. wiek alomath. I kiudreil prinptom. It use, tn roaall wtil pmrr verr pol In or Her the moat pllon I aand oh romidhwtrd live euro f hut'tirrhrs, cicfpatre Itowlnr, Stlnt u prreelen, f itrru1 menatraition, ummtural rroiapau. or faihnr uf If1 womb, weak twk, ' female weakm,'1 anteteralort, rttrovrrelon, tteertnxbiwu miaatlona, chrome rtMiaslkn, Intlainmation and of the wutob, in tlainmatlon, peln anl Irudvrore In eiarlee, aceimipenleil with InNrnal Imil. jke a rctftilntor and piocoter of rur.r tional actum, st that critical of rhane from rtrlhHKut to wornnlMNi, KatnHte l're. criptrtn U ptrfeil safe remedial aint, nd eati prodmv onhr rtMMl neiilt. If Ut niuallr fraoptchu anl lalunble In It rflerta when taken lor th dtmdi ami .Wjani. menta inrMent tn that Htrr and rt t rrttu,l prrloL known "The rhn-et- f life" pi luit.' when taken "favorite In council' n wttli tli- ,- u of Vr IVrre Golden .Medical DlecoTc-ryand small laiatlve d.M of fir Ptrrre rurcattve h'Hi datile Liter Pllta, riirr Utr b liner aixl HUdler Their roinbfnl ust aimi reriKjte bltwHl taints, anl st it mnrtrou and S) tcrofnl mj liUiiHK t "i la t avorlie lrrarrlpllon a"'.the only women, aull by drurspl(a,iiitlr inedirtnefur at poalllve guaraiilee. from ile manu Uciurrr that it will aM saHvfaetlon In every cmae.or money wnt I refund!. Thl auaran n prtnUi on the tirdtle-wrppe-r, tee b sod faithfully carried out for many yrar. I. arse bolllea tht) doerl I.O0. or ls bnule lor Si.oO, Tor Urre, lllutrate1 Treatise en Hiseiar of Wurarn It) page. Mrer-mvritsud ten rent In atarap. World's Di.psflurv MtdiCal itnciilln, 003 Jlain ftL, sjt'trAI4S, N. T. Dr.GREENE'S NERVURA NERVE TONIC, Nerveevert. THE fiREAT STRENGTHENING AND INVIGORATING REMEDY. rna Ttir nntiYiu r mb !' fr .ervsn I Ilea' Ittnee, ltiltiUntl, nrr e4 "Ira lleMitce.'ltrd V.Vf MaleOn, mi AeMti(f iitsifi iMairitM, im Hiaeejr eed nll.elle, I , l.lttr lllteara,Ittlloutn, r..irMl KikMu.tU. jr-lrtlrelle, .Nt,mhn. Trmllla-- t lrlii. UilrBMev llvapva lUtNMNthM, rate In etrl1s lliaivim, etleeie FM.ftl'e i lU'W, Hi. . HV kites. S)rrw llthllllr, ft Wiak and Nirvout. Titesaar the it of wblehimsnf eompla.n. arwMh,iirrtan.eitaaMeti thtj hat e app fath un hie er amMiiintiuik ,i JWftjilrf-riall- ., tr;!SvlV ,1'"l I I Sl.rKrf.Vss iU O arfptptntoatWyl nUttiU toU l.tw Ne4tctaf rr)utn pnuit It tr tr paralfkis, wtih nnmli. ntt,tre(ubllnK,r "? ln ana , ami tkn t.ni mtqrinrtt rf ih limb. iun I III) Thotnands PKOSTH P ii(ntir lvucielrrttt. ain ami rbr lbf mrr t ir an rn.ble an4dtenrredt In T1mt rt intini r. 'ir. trt. nhti If-- n bf imfi eaiiintf tlisttl)ntrrorr f mpwmrt. t U-- t wilt, ret ti rihu.iun i:tKI alU. ai.rf. IVI tl tinrtlffaendiran ASill nnitstHr an 1 ireipiat, tt kmiwin srl AHrAHA!.tt. Mf, tMmuf thiutiMl.l t I H In utter mi elve frnintiie ( time fey then nl he tn reuiri Mhvi Tmic U indnti rBed InftlMtwilbarMo m trslr wnnOri It M lruflTlrK,l ' M renal at Tin p, 9 It n tibial tpi ( w ijil rrull It IH. m! tlt l,rni f TKirrtalheriFilirsiir MHVI'H tiHlltll ip i'iirj the luittl reieir. delieat reii of fiain1ir til rttr. lit ITmta it ia Hd beerT te use mtrte.-mreatnrailre iM vett-ia- i.f a lulM hlrl. retneitr d. ruw bu mmiii. Mir fAVnintiei ( piisnd do, rnf lrrerl hsatitun l"ero I ehsntet tils ilf an a ' tpr refiiaibeir tih-iu mtm vai reHi. wtirh laihearralesimedlr! oisroverr otts A'i itt ane an aostnatel? , cere w.U ! Seap IL I'lw-rtl A ftl ite.Mf f.ert sSavrM St NT a Tmsk tat irfi la '.flint reiaeUf rise ther If rMjrir . hrH Hi l rer llll. IJHS.i;'-n Vi.q. a ri.thi-area- l vpctaiitl in Ilthfth'.t, b pur ia It i rttrinaHervKti a ins- - HSAl 4 Ire. pr iiahi Hrr r"t HKMKU1 AXIINM iti AtMii I Tut H lias. tiertoilithtr a Uh weakened for veieal AlltMHWIUII I Ml t ii ritUi.rlKiii e,t. ir rl drft lreerl livi.u'i dls4 spirals 'lK-a- Indentations lorenge, ami line nnd dots which some Ihltik Lowhn AVws. to bo a form of writing Christ'" "That song of lot e how low aM far, I'.re Ion shall swell from star '0 star: That light, the breaking day shtch tips The trotden aplrrd Aealype 4. Again, 1 learn frvin my ubet that eventa which sivni to li most insignificant Can you Imagine may bo momentous any thing more unimportant ihan the coming of a poor woman fpuj Mcab to Judahl Can you Imagine joy thing men trfrel (ban the fact thanhW Itulb just happened to alight st they say just hafpened to alight ia that fieM of Hoas f Yet all a go s all generation bae an Intercat In tho ficttbat she no to tiecoine an ancestor of tieliord Jesus Christ, and all nations'anl kingdoms must look at that Uttlo lncld nt with a thrill of unspeakablo and eter a) situ-factioHo It Is to your history and in mlno; event that you thought of & importance at all have been of great moment. That casual conversation, that ace itenlai meeting you did not think of it again for a long while, but how it change! all the phase of your life) It seemol to be of no Importance that Ju invented rudo Instrument of runttc, calling Horn harp and organ; but they were tho Introduction of tho warl mim trely; and a you hear th vlbrsti n of a stringed instrument even aft r the fiuiii have been U'-c-n away frca it, so allmuslo now of luto and drum an 1 cornet U only the strantofJu baps harp and Jabal'x orgaw. J to bo a matter of very little importance that Tubal Cain learned the uses rf copper and Iron; but that rudo foundry of ancient day has It echo In the rattle of Ihrmlng-hamachinery and the roar aud bang of factories on tho Mer ri mac. llseeined to bo a matter of no importance that LuUei' found a Hlble in a monastery; but as ho opened that Ihble. and lids fell back, they jarrei tliu every thing, from tbo Vatican to the furthest xojivont In Germany, and the rustllagpf the wormed leaves wa tho sound of the- - wing of the nngel uf the re- lied '""! bl !! Fathers " When amid the And the star And htf"Aq)iWng of tho dim wood Hang to the sntheint of the tree," ijPll they sang, facafTand tnewat ales til civt hr fl men free. And so It Is Individually, and In tho family, and In tho Church, and In the world, that through darkness aad storm and troubto men, women, churches, nations are developed. 'i Again, I seo In my text tbo beauty of unfaltering friendship. I suppose there wero plenty of friends for Naomi while she was in prosperity; but of all her acquaintances how many wero willing to trudge off with ber toward Mmlah; when she bad to make that lonely Journey! One tbo heroine of my text Ono absolutely ono. I suppose when Naomi's husband wa llv Inir, and thoy had plsnty of money, and nil things went well, they had a great many callors; but I suppose that after ber husband died, wild her proporty went ami she got old and poor, sho wa not troubloJ vory much with callers. Allth birds that sung In tho bower wbllo the sun shone have gone to tbciltncsts, now the night ha fallen. Ohl theseAlMrtlfW sunflowers that proud out taejata1tjfca.hQ morning hour, but are always asleep when the tun Is going down I Job ha I plenty of friends when he was tho richest man In Us; but when his property wont and his trials came, then tho re were nono so much that Iestercd as Kllphaz, tho Teminlte, and Hildal, the Bhulntc, ard Zophar, the It took all our aa National distress to flft up our NosJun m tffSlhlh career Thereit will march nIongn(tr the foreign aristocracies hnvo mocked and the tyrannies that havo Jeored shall lj awopt down formation. Jt seemed to M aj matter of no Impounder tho omnipotent wrath of God, who hftt despotism, and who, ty tho strength rtance that a wgeinan, whose name has of III own rd right nrm, will make all been forgotten, (Troprcd a tract In the way J Naainathlte. 7 "" wto X",n 4.i.l.. Llfo often seems to be, a mere game, where tho successful player pulls down nil tho other men Into his own lap. I vet suspicion arlte about a man's character and he becomes lUo a bank In a panic, and nU the Imputations rush on him and break down In a day that character which In due time would havo strength to defend Itself, There aie reputations that hive been half a century in building, which go down under some moral exposurc.ns a vast temple I consumed by tho touch of a sulphurous match. A hog can uproot a cen- .... nt vibopM.bnwiorter Jc4 . tr ille In this world, so full of heartlessncss and hypocrisy, how thrilling It Is to find somo friend as faithful In days of adversity as In day of prosperity! David had such a friend In Hushal; tho Jews had such a friend In Mordecal, who never for gotthnlr cause i Paul had such a friend In Onesiphurus, Mho visited him In jail; Christ had such In tho Marys, who adhered to him on tho cross; .Nnoml had such a one In Huth, who cried out. not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee, for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge; thy people shall bo my people, and thy God, my God; where thou d est will 1 dto, and there will I be bulled; the Ioid do so to me, and more, ulio, if aught but death part thoe aud me ' I learn from this subjeet X Again that paths nliicli open 111 hardship and daVnest often c me out In placo of Jo When tury plant tilth started figiuWoaJtovrarij Jerusalem of a very bad man by tho name of Hichard Baxter. Ho picked up the tract aid read it, and It was tho means of bis salvation. In aftor-day- s that man wrote a book called "XJe Call to the Unconverted" that wa the trfeons of bringing s multitude to r God, ambrig othors Philip It ge. Ihillp Doddridge wrote a book called "The Rise snd Progress ci HeHgion, which ha brought thousands and ten. of thousands into the klngdorsf (IM, and among others the great Wilberforce. Wllhorforco wrote a book called 4A Practical View of ChrWtlanlt," which wa tho means of bringing arreat multitude to Cnriat, among oiuers Legh HiviiniMiid. tract called Ligh Hichmnnd wrote The Dairyman's Diughtrf" which has of tho solvation of unboon the mean converted multitudes. And that tide of Influence started from tha fact that one ChrlatUn woman dropped a Christian tract in the way of Hichard Ilaxtor the tld of Influence rolling on through Hichard Iloxtor, through Phi up Doddridge, through the great- - Wil ber force, through Leigh Richmond, on, on, on, forever, Ho foreer. the Insignificant events of this world seem, bo after nil, to most momentous. Tho fact that you camo up that street or thU street seemed to bo of no importance to you, and the fact that you went inside 0 somo church may seem to bo a matter of very great Inslgnlficanro to you, but ou will flnl it the turning point In your history. , ft. Again! I see In my subject an of the beauty of female Industry. Heboid Huth toiling In the harvt-flel- d the hot sun, or nt noon taking plain under bread with tho reapers, or eating tho parched earn which Hoai handed to her. Tho customs of society, of course, have change 1, and without tho hardships and oxpouiro to which Huth was subjected every Intelligent woman will fiod somo-thin- g to do, lknow thre Is a lckly sentimentality 011 this subject In some families there are penona of no practical service to the household or community; and though there are so many woes all around about thorn In the world, they spend their time langiilshinif over a new patem, or bursting Into tears at midnight nver-tbstory or tome lover who shot hlmselfl Tney would not deign to look st Huth carrying back the barley on Let way borne to her mother AH this Naomi. fastidiousness may s9om to do very well while they aro under the shaltorof their father's boue; but when tho sharp win-- 1 ter of mUfonuno tomes, what of theso butterflies Persona under Indulgent may get upon thcmlves habits of indoleuce; but when thoy come out 'iitopracileat Ufa their soul will recoil uilhdisgukt and chagrin, They "M Teul 111 their hsarts what the poet so lovaioly satirised When be nidi KB. FREE On May Mh and und June Mh and 19th, Hurllngton I Unite," V It K Q a tho 1 wa ery eH4ntf eM f ea will run Hpetlal I and KxcurIon It It, t iiata IMIpwiaMi a "H from Chicago, Peoria. Ht Iaut and all ta 4 ' ' pmM 4 4 iDtlM tai( ii ai. '4. !ln en It lino to iWnts In Nebraska, Kan ' a MllMiM as, Minnesota and Dakota, and to )u.ta in ewiSi a.Me-ti.Ha ae-u- , i1iJfvl Colorado cast of and tnclutting Akra and a eNr-- 4 haa e. am a. rW axlM HterUug on the R A M 11 It and Strr m t'ajal ta I ling on tho V P H'v, at greatly ree a ( atai ar duced rate. This will afford hotneseeker, l rvi , ra.aaia t -- a laaiii, r -land buyer nnd ethers an excellent opfur Ho will run hia education Is Complete. m w 1 t4.MfK pMatlrri!'! a)ltl,ei tlnue to acquire a certain kind uf know! tunltv for tho 11111 tlon of tbo Government latiids and fertiio country of central, north edge as long as he live. aa Kea(MtwMta liana U ImU. Iae-a-r- a tmrtn western and southwestern Nebraska, p 4 Mbn k. I patafarw-Tho technical tnhooll a first rate place iierthwestem Kansas and northeast- m e wmHm, ta a4 Mr t "a. rwMta a S eiH for a man whs destrw Eerbnn1 l ea U pewr. I II. f Mmmmi ial . ' iM ak-tTttssrrr rstct-- t I aaaal ptV scientific knowledge, but such a school Is tho lturlingtnn tc Jliourt Hirer It It In it ta Irf, ! tat to ifca Itrf ut M1" Fort by no mean the only place wherein such Nebraska. Also, to tisit tho rich agricultSnMtlnc OMlUUta." i ae-- e, aJ aW4a4M , U wrfM ? GENTUMEN. " t Hi. m a knowledge may be acquired than ural district of Iakota and Minnesota ft har, Hather .Ma ' I Hveewlee Mm In tha aar4a taaa Ihfl M The nnir Sf littiMlla,UtHIli'MMiai MbMM, toac reached by tho Hurbngtou Houte A great when knowledge ! t I1MI larbter aalli. Aalltn orKt ak where andask where a man ranIsbe wa B a an ! reduction will also quln-d- , better asd Texas, NewIn rate 'lenness bo made to, aM rfcrattle sttli itft rx p t r! hatu tat nn nf w n at a. t r v Alexins Miisii not learn something new Go where one Alatttina, Ixutaiana and cta aafy Ifieat ttM. ami well Min aa a Arkansas points at a natfti- - aa wt I at ihe Nme venaie an. CM --Ian at,Mil occurring, and a on May Mh and M, and June Uh, Ins hanl will, Ideas are a Hf la HV It t ' ta tu W t Ihwaut aa leas ataatpM ua t good Idea can be followed up to a good Item Tkkets i aw kHVMiifNy for 80 day to Nebraska, Kan varrameo ii ar" t.aM. a4 ft- M M 4 maw? H . 1. imroi 1 alloc, iU eswaH of knowledge. si11 It , vkwh trfuil Mhf,MNlllMIwfciiMi, t aaa la aira sa. Coloratln, Mlnnesotaand lUkntaisnts; aexl HI MNll fc..a Tako for the purpose of Illustration a snd to all other HUte mentlmel, ui days. cv enlr bant raW lwi,aa taM4 fr.., a, I e' . iMfMl f all atilMe. fWa MiMfl i fcT. 4 te havi an.talf. ue- Mtma ImwmI Uwiar pnvllf'iree w. -fwa1e u fftimm w. an eiioia u youeevJiun who baa just obtained a job In a pacmrra teyend terminal wtUbmrl.t cria a. h hji !. 1M(af o(nta of thl - latMa a II he .f . I machine shop. lie ea a nunoreti ininjrs hne. Tor ticket, general or further Infora. a IMlClil.lW a Nlinr lIke frn lyatl aa.1, erta i a ibe4i aetitwl world lMe in llMIMlaMMt 'Leaawtklf Amunknown, and not understood, which will mation regarding the above, apply to any U la are wiado ml ttarea tlalitn IMfUlWMl a, a aa . ' Allla a rf t tw ai . 1,1 ( aaa- -r . come in contact with him In hi everyday ticket sgent of Its own or connecting lines a a ir M lb b.4 ifaier ru U at M ft iv 1 taal tAe - --t V la aai ai(t Wa ia iat . W H IHI UI.U. ltrklN, hi! life. If the young man has any of the or address PatitMoKTOx, General IM sen- ptHt-ltlaVa atfcat yeitraiharttaataela prt. am j. trtaewf a. immm. and 'Ticket Agent, V It & Q It It, in him, his mind Instantly sets itself . ww ilea go, HhnuU. ieai at work to study out tho reaaous for the I z: ettO jwiw e ra af...hi t tealI t FREE rattar. Immmi iiwll things he see around him. " " 4 I aa. n,j t " " rt.H A wataisio stics: may be described at aa la paatat Uk-- m There lies the parts of a steam engine, I ea a4 I aatl4 A A Maj i , ! m at V , with cylinder, valcs,crank and eccentric "the old man's strength snd the joun a . M , al a DM ) . a4 4 and an umbrella aa awa 4. atMIl UiM aiaataa. ai I eatt Here fa the shop engtno In man'andweakness," In full view foul wrathrr friend who ha had fair a Mafe atiMM4.ii , n .nit - r uai laaak pa good running order This young man has many up aud down in the world." t f a- U U a a. wa at,4 ! ataJikM ' f..HMtt traria la-- a Hfcrt never seen inside of a steam engine before, a ae) The Great Liter and Stomach Remedy 111 it rne lax rt,i - laala 'rj imrw N ai.e.itl.a aawkat a !, but now his mind asserts itself, and ltl We are Informed thwt a new and powerful-lywrttte4 mim iaeaaat ' ' ' arat H . a not mauy hours bs. fore he hat studied out torr, delineating iu t rlhr a i of lLeSli,ak. IJt t apaj (aa i nar 'all aonlrf nervHj im, m a complete theory of the ateam America, and tho retnarkablo rIlgioua ex II ata & a. 10 fl jiaiuiar, Jj (aa fa iaa I 1.t it"a .- Si tiat mIwImn"a. a more or les ft t Oltll.n.. iK.tma.i i.f ii'e: s, ft if perienco of a former Infidel and other engine and Its action. I a iM la llnal )rrM f Inm lllll ' fttC lnaawniathe Internal i, f.a. nf in a w IttilAla aa Saaaia kana-- n. in which the great truth of Chris-trinitI "ilea a ia iletai atent id I viacwr , While this man Is Investlgstlng the ateain ' II w a4 a aV in, Par or dealt with in n manner calculated t drat, nlalmti Bu umarr nuierala atiafK iaat r tra-a- I,iiiita laire aitaa-.- f rsglne, a hundred other matter prrsent to lutercftt all readers, has Just been written irle tie ta a aa taat aa - i at i ta aUa 4 an m iTt.SA-- i lai-'- f 11 S Mt.talldruaialala Our man expressly for tho ( Ar-.- r themnelvea to bo understood a tteaial i la M HriUlt by Her Waa a ia .at ri'iu li r iiluta i ion wditx.iph.he,iK If lia.tk.gin a 'it. ltt fih'iiara baa got to thinking He Is using hi brains I. H. Keyscr. author of the fainou and popa f tabi tla.1a a 111 I a, llv t doma allIll) iw 1 IIKkllCflll iaprptia. bi f. oAStce.aeh. eate taIVIi a I Wa---. - fciii IP rf Il.aal H- f f to -4 4 for the purpose for which they were given ular atory, " Tlio Way Out " Tho flrt chap- Itiaaneaaa l.lwt at -t it ' Half JISi very act I that of obtaining ter appear Mav SM. under the tho title of ronln m ia n is thin properties lotthai a up port f. aa Mlat. ir l'iaft 11 HalV him, and the lb ataa-- a tMM laMj . II 1411, knowledge, A man's brains are given him "The KMich of a IJfr," and will boron uflbeoatura wanaf lh twMly Iurlalli llaura UI't.WmMIf.tlA''!if iRiaJlal t tKilat. T i p,Ja HI llnuesl fmn week to week. This Jounialis to ue, aud If bo will uly Ut tUn. work, n etlllaa 3jafaa. H(a ft a 4aalaa. now the most tpular and estensively-rea- d Sntt'if.PP'1 T"ela wla44 ihmI. ((Maal lU atkat aeif)M ltM atfataaa he has nothing further to do In the way of illustrstoil religious paper published. Per lla4 ata acquiring knowledge. lilt. HtlMV.lV rtl.laraaearfnriliu ICnaaHallranl ieataaraaiaa Vaaaaa tbta all. I ta sale or can ho nrdertsl at all new adealers. eompiaiit aa aa .? f Ihtr f1'rra airenath l' TaetytMen HbHitiaiiM aaakah a Waai'fa) taaaaafa. Heme nev tMrg I Tha brain Prion, 3c ubcriptionprU'0,fl.Mjrca,r IMOli IHO ieltr tt iDnetNMia. Ibe i(inaili- fa aaaWataar a with IhfU h Uvaia lMtpta diaappar. m dtaeaaea, Taaa hi aiwi aaana--Ir, niUM talaf t la mlrmf. straightway demands an luvcstlgwtlvn, and Address GSHIble Hnye, rew Vora ia auattiey ' liahmtf r the lMtw, aMfi la mtiriri a4na4tiMaiaaa . iiat4Me seeks to knew why snd wherefore, and aaraa taaaate rime lo tlirerltona. and ibaerte aaa laf aia lah i.aaaabla K. ief The microbe of the human rare a dude. lhnie.ii tie aei tiluinlTrui ' tucmttfl die! whatnaaar n ana pauraLpoUa btaa ami M a aa I et r means for Hading out all casts about for itaa raitarwa A few etlrartafruai lb luanj letter aa ar eun-m tawtu aw aaJtfca llwa baa .' . there Is regarding the new subject U atf naraellata Ut Hi 1I0C5P to ell the gaudily eovereii noveL atabtlt I)hwiiK raai'a f tk.a ee km Ua lir A i mm )laim)k IrarHte.rlft "latelhem aatatwtd aatrial taaa II II 14 Lllx,a4 .Mif Mm tM might well be said that the brain of a wise I we erarOra an faiullr In preftreace toallulber aa m aaartp aei ! man waa made of interrogation potntaand aVIUttk at It, Ika au ifal aVaioa at ih,t W ). lllla. ' (leppert Medlclnnm, Cnclnnatl. rnre V tas a aaifta ata ilL lat Kt l mh I Mr f ae...cll mi, UItbccrCrett. In3 tho lower of using them, for In asking throat, lung, nerve , a4 a l'atn IH aa Oiygen euro, aaf ha- - tweii aated bf "our laedlrtue eataaei Haaf questions, obtaining anawers and using pneums therapy, physiological' nisssege, llaiattur tfe nauSrinwltti ltpetal ana litvt laia. lata a.ettoa eaaallv iVll. at tiflie paltfnvaiaaaant I m 'a"waaawaaaifciaae O'lnpllMit them, la about all "learning" amounta to. medical baths, electricity, homeopathy. Mtai aa4 au4 at aWataa .ax af anfa, 11 A Cart l' M Esraaitl, Ala Beat PUla he t ""O ai a4 IS etkaf. laoaawa M.ta-a-l ttasever wa, There Is one thing pretty sure. A man aaaaaainaaaa Ifca f a irtoJ t.ai aateaif a4 r. llHjtr river needs to be particular in what knowledge kakMtaUllMlilkl iaal. trTft fromforthomucilage Btya should tm- oitierafeiieT iindtrllle. Mil. VCured hltu when all lair aav aairlAiaf aM Mttaaiae taai laua f f aailar. aaV aiwt good material and manufint-urTI aaailllfe-- f V he acquires. The kind obtained while lookAliruK ( ver ML lorm, ar I 4a.a ire,wt a.1 ui aiiH i'mfk. lSa nj that It leaf are b Ural lllll I err Lad to aiirriaf mmf Ut fitlif e ralWa HMint ing at a gas Jet through the bottom of a H& fjr-- 4 da leat.me I Ml HAPWAV t ff-- ' usuKusaliaaosaCo tun lit rvsruan.Maii. beer mug Is worth lust about as much as 1 ai.e inj 1 ma A afoot Krencn FltEKI XMai Oval the knowledge gained while punching bil- Front, Nickel er Cherry Cigar Olaas, Mm Cae liard balls through six feet of cigar smoke, cnixTS G3X.T. Ii. U. Tajtiax. : Ca .Chicago. or In trying to shake a full hand of sixes for the drinks. Are 1 1 Ur In armi th man who rntV them. 'SthtlFREIGHT ran lhis kind of knowledge can be acquired ..fatfBW DIUIUUa aita Pealea, la Laaarl SiT eatii'i Saa garment tho wire bustle. A same Just as easy as can thst of mechanical TarSaaiaa4 Baai hat M things, but "It don't pay." A man will trm ariaa Oa Ia!ie$ who I terv aM not eat peanuts, sheila and all, neither on aro patronsjiossfs the finest completi- TirE ORKAT EN0LI8H REMEDY aada atl. ear ' aJ'traa of tilenn'sHuIphurboap. should be take In all tho knowledge he .,lr.ltne.eie Kree iroin Merrarri rorUter IU1 UlU's Ilalr and Whisker Dye, ttc Ajea- ievtllalaa enlt Pr Irrespective of Its worth. UIMllAITOt. N. . lrwUf comes across, N. rMN. mm touK. nita .N.tlJirii triHt tuiirmiet-MraLet a man learn, but let him be careful THE MARKETS. what he tries to learn about, or be will Ely's Crum Balm sometimes wish for Ignorance Instead of aWs falva W xelaw relief nt atf fee ' aWaaW W riATINffATI, MaySJ. Ii knowledge Vaatellaarart Cattt; Sateetfa. HH aa4af lavattta uvnr.Tonc-Citt- ic 3 S3 coasiaatrw COLD e laaiaattafU riH" -4 aaaa.at raitlaalaft fraa, 4 W U 4 T3 Cbolee llutrbers, Uttec tltf hair .a C.lilruti,;iatUuU,9. Ursa crura IICKiK-Oinv& 4 M I ID TTomcu In Ttnalne. M ft 3 f.t (k fl n MW Women who go Into business, from either fltlKKi'-Ou- od l'eekera choice ruAUTinniiA MjrfmttitthtATf M Irarh. lu t T3 ft 33 UrlAUl AUUUHl eholte or necessity, should aequiro bus! 7 l.AMltS t;ood to choice 'tHlpaaa ct 7 72 eri mi mrtea s pular aProgram AN,Stracute,. t. tr aV7.t.H No! a Liquid or Snuff. mc tt.omt-r'aro- Uy ... M i 4 10 nes habits, adopt business methods snd (ViaM Apply Italmlnto each noatrll. lloilamltTMUMiaift. aa? lu o.il deIA 4" a HI reJ.. rM possess themselves of all knowledge of K. Y flfi ti waA 1 1 1 Y httrja. M W arrra f I . No. 3 re-Hi There tails and general information. lira at ma.aKa t4 ilpataMmmf atltaf fat aiTtaa Corn No. tmlied..., tk W t.i-- M ' "we a aaflal4 nav. Bamelea werth Itl.ftll CM Hanaaaaaa. at.awatM, It3 liifcf aa talalM should be no sentiment about Ut Um wo. iat "3--- IUA4.,..,MHM. i; ?.I Zl 1 t., ArSrtmZt Write T 71 Kye . expect no immunity from dlaegTaeablrs ca nc au rixaa eej ayjuju enaaaraaieifaTTBZIinOLDEailt., ttaltT, ntrt. ) , . tfl fi IIAYTlmothy No I. fi!7 the score of being "lad las" their pros irim(iriMte..'iaiM TOlMCCO-Medl- uin V) Leaf.,,.... ...10 vsl BtgatHaH n relnrn mall Fell aleaerielloa) pect of marriage should havo no more efKnAlr keeptncPenmanihtp, Arttla (Joot Ieaf . . ...... . . .13 tt UI4 M Uaa)TrT. Kawthanl. eta., aUfeS Vi Mnaar'a Nc raMorn.atetn n Urea M(s)lr A fect on their work than It ha with that of rit(lVIHl().NKrorkMeaa,. J. IHala lutiinaeattMMaiM. H n UI3 374 HUM si1 tbtrotifhtr taaxM THU mi V3 ts H 31 . Lanl Prime hleam iyaTUiUnfivK4irlOUPaiS la I men. Their drea should suit tho requirelJUTTKll-Chid- re .. 17 tl IS dairy .... ments of the occupation. In no dreas does locnnice creamery , w fct a a girl look neater, prettier or more graceful AI'I'I.KH-Irl- me. wr bbl prime. (A than that adopted for gymnastics or lawn lOTATOKH-lrbiia- h,, M tennis, both of which give fullest plsy for NKW YOHK. 4 70 ftltr, How much better would KLOITIt-Ht- ate and Wettepn all amusements. Ml 3 many working girls look and feel and work (J HA IN 9 , . . ,. No. red UTU . 'JftVSa In such dresses than In the gaudy, tawdry Corn No. i mixed Mils C7i These finery so many of them wear Out - Mliml U - New IOHK15 & ajl3 hu should have their business suit Just a Western hteam, 46 B W men do. They should alao reallie that in CHICAGO, obtaining employment weak backs and pale FI.OUIt-Wlto.m- -ln 3 30 (b 4 M winter faces and general debility are at a dis(JltAIN- - Wheat-N- o. Vri--d t tO count They should expect no favors on CaltOCICll No. 3 Chicago Hpring AHIC VOI M6A m (5orn Vu U ,.WM score of sex; they should call for no the 141 PiQ.Z. m b mh.. , privileges; they should call for no foolish rOKK-Mr- ia, U 30 M4 33 notions as to chivalry and deference, and J.AItD-Me- um XKD TAKE NO OTHER. all that. Pualneas Is business and this Is HAI.TJMOII not an age of chivalry, but an ago of politi.. .1, ,111. , . . h. cal economy and the survival of the littlest. V Hl', Corn Mixed .1'tr& M f4ii frarntt in Pittsburgh VUftck, .ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE. .Man l.mrn How tn Went and Ills Let 'duration ! rumptrte. A certain schoolmaster used to teli his scholars that they came there to " study how to learn,'11 and that was all they could acquire in the way of knowledge from him Once let a man "learn how to learn. ' snd 1hv rjt Iind lrtirln. $10 r' w. e.iiaa Cwr.s rU.! W. L. DOUGLAS ,, mm af. $3 SHOE. f it, nrt4ut 6las jufOM'imt p., pd et lt eb. tf .kte f lt,an if at, !. R ADWAY S '', ietiil t) lieat rllEt ft' rl frt an. tae. 4f' DYSPEPSIA. jin lit lea ett. iat at dfes. rh fet no GK ES -- irZ VViUr KlLI-- 5' B iit't'f JONES' itm geo. ei rrt fe yt a iiijii:ad. r.CTCTllf ETC I I CATARRH. "! iiii'atimi. ss ...,... TO MAKE Jit leoit BRAND" SODA DWIGHT'S "COW A DELICIOUS BISCUIT !.. POItK-M- rn I.Wtll-Uenn- ed Three Thrifty Omaha. 7AlTlaK-Kl- rst quality.. Threo Omaha Indians, one of whom Is a nous .... . returned eludent, havo clubbed together INlUANAl'OUH. and bought a seeding machine. Ono of URAIN-Wheat-- No. 3 red. . . these men, says the Carlisle (Pa.) InJtm CornMixed Oati Mliod .... . School Afar, was able by Its ue to put In IaIUIHVIM.K. forty acres of wheat In ono day, Th ri.OIIIt-- A No. 1 . . have planted on their farm three Indians OKAIN-Wlat-- No. .. over 10O acres of wheat They are now (srn Mlimt .. 3rul Oit.-Ml- xvd renting out the machine to the white , , , neighborhood nt ton rOHIC Ie farmers in their L 1 Work and thrift I.ard Htcam cents per acre planted. bring good fellowship everywhere. ...... t)9!t 4 4 7 w G Iff ttIS (h H th 4 7 ID 73 73 aiH -i 33a MARVELOUS r Ml VK ffil) t ttll . II 37 73 ) id Sf MEMORY HrilfleUl Mreraialn4 wendrrlna;. Aar b1- - leereed u ana rendlnaj. Claateinr lo"7 t lUltlmnre tlHlA al liatmlt. I&iioall'tiilsdaljliia. 1 1 stlliutoii.lrs(laaieauf lUat Wailiinaiuiita, ikflnmbiaUar aludenu, alYata. VValfrdef, Oberlin Unlveriilr of I'enn-M- ir hi an Vaivralir,( hautauiuaAc ,Ac Kmlorffe.) hf IHCUiNii i I's ;,Tnii.ilie Kntm ai. Hunt WW ANTUa. IJV" 1J JIIHJAMIN j.1,a (JhftoK )r llm.wN, prinilpaIN Y StalaNontial Colletta e. laiaiiii.jfrorrearKinfleme ,a.eMna. fuairaaan" - " HariMM,m r lflUAT.,N Y. ,.. On the llulf, Uie moat Houlhern Town tn tli uialntandlntieilew. liKlioii neainiiui " ,TTi annrniiiaioperiarl itfeiifnt anu'witii Wir.ur tulaurf l'4itni4 ail. la. Ihi l..a ina. Aatllll J tall HHiPiiof eiiiH trud a. nd ryelll'le I.Mtida .(uw 1. hue Wb-tlrI- ORGANS. I'MlatjIfa, vrKented. CataUittue, laoj Each dsy has its duties and we do well if wo perform them In their order, without trying either to avoid them or anticipate those of a day that is to follow. Too many peoplo waa Jo their energies In morbidly looking back or tremulously looking forward, 'with no faculty for using and enjoy tog tho "living present" Unltui Prry-Urian. ,i . VxnT often, pcrhap always, tho trials and difficulties that overtake ua, whtn overcome, prove to be real means of grace, ihots to like the storm causing tha lie take u deeper hold Thu we mn thank God for trials, but we mutbjuiulu uvert oei&e tbetu. Vis tt I DISCOVERY. hariaah, titltA. pp , Ou, free.fcaajr 19 armeaU, nfillfr STABLEMEN Remedy (. PIANOS. Ilaaon A Hamlin diiKtt heal tat in make theaitr. enlinarj rlaiin thai Ibrlr I'Untt ara auerlur li all itltaia. Tltlalher altilliule aoltlr tt tlia rtmartahla Iniproremenl Intro.lurr i tir tliem n laat. now kiioan A aalbMHO mailHAULlN I UHO STUINULK," uli pari,irulaiabv I lLl.laelLy t Unnts roR . VSTOCKMEf knarrj inijttJl VaiUI. 111 IIW VMtMl tOS, Ktaallllbbt. (I alaa taaajaaeiwa. Traaiaal II, IMItalU, III Waaaib 4a, ,.) N . APLES !"""' A (OtDirDetUOOIaTU ANtf OIALCHafa voiMsVwjiu4iaiJa . , U. '""Vitia Ji"PiaJW"" nn pi,rrHl.Mii.i.irait.liin)nliM1iJlreaa a .. ""' iajafniip n.k -i- :. UH8 n.KAJBN n Ijaja Oil IV UUIIINU 'III Alt 1114 aiai lb at fan ew Uae aVUcnietaaeet dr mrnfymm ana... TJZsr vtWj (