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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 hic1889050301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;. ' M J'vsr,,l' W THE HICKMAN COURIER. ! PublUhid Every Friday by GEORGE WAMIEN ..Hickman, Kontuoky, Oir.ce THE HICKimN rar. TJMJPW- J fat OOURIE FRIDAY, MAY 3,"l88oT ?yi 9 tm FINE JOB PRINTING ICXICCUOISD B WITH NEATBESS AND DISPATCH. Jackson Btreek next door to (My Halt, CEORCE WARREN, Editor. I'rlcool' Subscription, $150 (jOMi nml KSTAJJIilSIIED 1850. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY;;NTUCKY, land-shar- Tho Oldest Newsgjtior :fc ', Jn Wostorn Kentucky SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC., VOL. out nig thvusnnd, live tk mutt ha Th eiihy theea NO. 30. CAIX AND SEE US. OtTiuilR,Ind T.AirllKl-Thooblor- tof ton jenis , otUlnetl, and Okla. Ax os Inbl iVlut ion t for touching house-wlfor- y lioma Is of nglUUc,, occupied, (mthrie. wlileh was s. has Uon founded by Mini on tlii tnsp, a Htim red statton-lious- a iisino of London. It 1b to bo known ui by th rsllMBjr track, U now a looinlnif city ot 1J0 inhsLltaiitA 1U structures ro oau- tho Kornylho Technical Collego Com- ras and Ita ropu'aUon almost oxolu.Ivoly pany, Umitctl. mala, but tlirro Is n intrust and nclUs- Is wantliijj u many a moro sub- horotliat Accoitmsu to population, Amerlcuni Utitlal city. consume- nearly twlco tho amount of Gimiai, Ind.TApItm-Atnoonjos- tor. day Oklahoma Territory was thrown tobacco that is consumed by Kuropcnre. oicn with tho bill Tlili comos of tho groat smoking of ni to sottlomeiit In pMised by Oongroi'; at Its Uwt sosAlon and bacco IrTlhtt form of cignrs. tho order of tho I'lyMchU iU.ltttja tor-ri of huiuunlty Nan to pour over tta Tiik Idea of having clerks go with soil. 1'rouj tbo Cliorolce rtrlp cam, tbo tho oeflinJnall steamers to distribute) frreat fleet of Vratrlo schooners acroaa tho tho posUfsuitler. in order to expedite faumjlant from the Chlckssaw Kstloncamo lbs transmission on reaching land, Is trooicyatter trooii of sturdy ponlss, oaeh ono oanyliiu a lnomrr; from tho Arapaboa jflramt mcsUon, and Chf'uatarTavt(ns on the wont I'or-yllic, a allvcr discoveries go by OKLAHOMA'S DATES. docades: California, gold, 18I9 I'lko'i rilfjr Ato HWlinj, mm, Kni)lc Tortlf, 1859, Nevada, 18G9; tandvlllo, htrrsm urUuiiiitnltjr rmii-- Tliruuicli Hi 187U. I'ortaU of llii. viirm Cminsn-Th- lrl Whora tho bonnnn of 18897 llinusiiml l'r.,,,1, I:,or jM,inily Tjib wonthor prophets nro already Oulhrls, from Ur BIhIIii oti Hi. giving us a b it minor with unusually Hnt ! Iloa.l, h,,rnK Inta City of in,000 InlinlilUtiU ((rants IHir- Iclont cloctrlcal disturbance. Theso lii( Ilia lUin Oirr Ilia llortlor-Tli- rra storms nro ald to folio, us a rule, llu )trirlml Hie, ,, CUIiifJntnprr. mild winter. 0, 1 :,cg tfixllors, of whom ovor .110,000 wo "pen-- " acd Uio sionors, ana Utwro nro about 400,000 east also furnished their contingent of boomers. At the startlnj signal members of tho Grand Army of tho Ho they all together, moved great cheering publlc, waves of breaking upon wagons contlnuedon over Uio tho air Tho (ir.Kt.im. Salamanca It tho nnmoof level green plain until they were about half tho now rulor for Spain at tho Island of way acroM the northern tier of claims, and Culm, Ho U im old soldier, arid Ilka then upward of P.U of them were brought to a stamlMtlL The others rolled on all his profession Intends to nilo with to Uio lower tlnfs Men, women iitrlct discipline, at least as 'far tui givchildren poured frrm the station and ing careful lived to tho lntnroU of tho ary schooueta, and In an incredibly short time the foundations for the pioneer motltor country Is concerned. of Oklahoma had been laid by wilt ATiixAi mllrond Iiim ngents In Oklahoma to Induco thota who can not got land thoro to como to Texas. Tho railroad offers good land on cony tonus, "fid !mi 7, (500, COO nvrct lu soil, whiluni rSlWsiJCT.e:ir.AaM .7J71ZZTT.mm Oklahoma contains only l.bQO.OOO. Texas hojies to get M.000 emigrants from tho overflow. Ll ." HTlBtr4Yr.I.W.0wStr.'iJ .ri- '.Lns Nuts dl tho Cherokee arl Creek Nations on the nr.Ui i I m 1 Ynu will nntlenthat ths DWIne equipage Is always represented at a chariot of flra Eztklal and Iiatah and John, when they come to describe the Divine equipage, always roprettnt it as a wheeled, a an upholstered conflagration. It Is not a chariot like Kings and conqusrors f earth mount, but ai organlzsJ and A fitimrr custom obtains In Wnh-ingto- n comprestel fire. That means purity, j tiby which, on Kaslcr Monday, tho tles, chastisement deliverance through grounds of tho Wulto llottso aro put at burning escapss. Chariot ot rsscutf yet, tho disposal of tho children, whntovor tut chariot of fire. All our national dls- enthrall uisnts have been through scorchchildren clioosa to como thoro. Huning agoilei and rel dliattsrr. Through dreds of them do como every year to tribulation tbe Individual rlset. Through "peck" eggs, play ball and Indulgo in tribulations nations rise. Charloti of reihappy siort gonei-nlly- , cus, but chariots ot fire. Put bow do I know that thit Divine MAMACili7Krrs has a protly itrln-peit on the tldt of our Initlt itloasf liquor law without prohibition. 1 know It by tha hlttryof the lait one Cities and towns roust sottlo for them-solv- e ' hundred and eight years. Tha American cioh jonr tho question of llcento Us volution ttartsd from ths pen of Joh-- i i Hanosck In Independence Hall la 17T3 or no license. In license chics and The colonies without ships, without amtowns but ono llconso can bo ernntcd to v l T k m n i l Ji".""'. tl i' mt ixruixx without gum, without trained every 1.000 inhabitants, oxcopt In Hog-tos i munition, without money, without pres'.tgo. 9 ' fOM 4 warriors, ATAAS K&A WTIK rtiiOt s - -- 1 '. I.puA L 1 SovrVV etls3T33 which may novo ono llconso- - for Ti. oirtiirvttJermb.Mia uiigatioit" nation of every' 600 Inhabitant tba earth, tha largett armies, and tbe Tho mini' IKsllHtPvntlTltl & grandest navies, and tbe moit distinmum fco for n llconso Is (1,000 por t g i .vwfvvj fiTOr tsMMt as r v '"'""M IZ7 i l f T"r, guished commanders, and resources In- cxhsuttlble, and nearly all nations ready MAP OF THE INDIAN TERRITORY, to back them up In tbs fight Nothing as Ik anybody doubted that Americans sgalnst Immensity. liavo a coning f))r Showing the Lands CeJed and to be Negotiated for; also the Oklahoma Country. Ths cauis ot ths Amerloan colonies, Uipc doubts should bs fersver removed which started at zero, dropped still loner by contemplation of tho proceedings In mg hnd Hvery farm had moro thin one Tho crowd was panic stricken. Afte wait- tho same men who had already through the quarreling ot tbe Oeaerals Oklahoma. Instead of tho rioting nnd claimant, all ready to swear that they ing so many eventful days and nlgbls for appropriated nearly every thing in and through ths Jealousies at small sucIon that It IawImhio). tho paiidoiiionluiu that so irox.ed the border first, and bo It theirs tho hour ot ao fear to como men wcrohted sight waswas but a tow minutes until the cesses, and through the winters which ts all with a sudden were Uio flrtt improvement, reached and tho back. action that they would be left Una many predicted, was projonlwl tho over the Territory, and capeolally on the In tho lurch, tmd that fear served to mako movement ot taking up tho lota which surpassed all prelecessors In depth of K'lsba nobody hud wanted beforo began. They snow and horrors of congealmsnt siecUiclo of ton thousand secUons adjolalug (luthrle and Oklahoma them llko n diovo of stampeded outUu. hvery car brought up the line was greeted wero not long on tho market after surrounded by tbe whole Assyrian army men organizing n city government In n City. ft) 0.0 and a0O people wero w Ith a tremendous cheer As Uio coaches the ebb ot tho tide sot in, llctween and did not seem to be worse off tban did the most ordorly manner within twelve dumped hero by tho SnnU l'e road, which which wero to ha attached to tho nons-pap- whon the second or thirl sections of the thirteen colonlei encompassed an 1 overhours nftor tholr arrival on tho town ran twenty timnrnae trslm from Arksnaoa special were brought out of tho aiding Atchison train anlved and found every shadow ed by foreign nsiault What deCity 1 bo trains moved aprons tho Chero- there was a simultaneous rushot U,tU or thing cornered the nlr wns blue for miles cided the contest in our favor? 1 he upper situ,' kee strip cautlomly and alow ly and arrived :i,l"0 mon toward them They were lilted around the mctrojoll. Thero was nothing to ces, the upper armies. Tha Giceu tud o to overtlowlng In lees than a minute and a to do. how over, an every lot was protected Wblte mountain i of New England, la the hero scarcely moro than tiro minute Tiik Now York largest business establishment, affect- apart. As Uiey approached tlin land countless throng was struggling for a plaro by ritlcs and vvrevolvers, and if the sliooUog the Illghlandi along the Iludtoi, tba ot promise Uiuuaands of hoads protruded on tho step. began thero as no tolling where It would mojntalnt of Virginia, all tha ing Uio greatest number of colo under from the windows, and envious eves Tho first section made up consisted ot stop. ranges were full ot tho government of tho United States. tea ted on tho grern panorama that lay be- nine coaches, the nonspapcr coach and ono The only recourse loft to tho disappointed which the WashIt delivers nnd collects ovory yearn foro them There wan much lighting to get caboose It pulled out nt B 4 railroad time, men was to buy ont such holders ington saw by faith; young i man endured and bt mtn building numticr of letters, pnjwro, etc, six out ot the ears when the llttlo icachoiL and wu the lint train that ever ran out of as wero willing to sell or run all Kan.as loaded for Oklahoma with se- risk of taking lota outaldo the legal limit tbs fros?n feet, and tho gangrene! wounlt, which anawrrs for a station wss - times ns numerous ns tho onllro popuNobody was hurt how over, and the coaches ttler, and even thoso who wero llotli courses woro ndopted and n good an 1 tbe exhauvtlng hunger, and tbe long lation of tho Union. It hnndlcs each were soou einj lied, In getting aboard of it number ef (luUirin City lots changed march becaute "thi Lord opsnsd tba eyes !(. wn n iirliu. .loht In wt.h 0 bm-n- s Joined In a wild, enthuslnstio cheer, which hands. The first salo was mado by a of tbs young man; and lis saw: and, bejcorovor (85,000,009 in .onoy ordwt after they had got fairly on foot Tho rent tho Kanas nlr na tbo tint step tow ard man named 11 0 Pummels, of Halran. hold, tbe mountains were full of horsei buslnoss, whllo its own receipts nro majority of them termed to be dated tho realization of hopes and dreams of) cars Kan , w ho sold a fine lot of flra about over (5,0iX),O00, and tho not rovenuo oi by llin vojtiii'M of thnlr surround, mid lho rew ard for tho sacrifices ot tbo pant near tbo laud office for live dollars to mi and charloti himself round miracle. Kllsba." Watblngtoi wai a lega Many of them gazed stupidly to tha worn taken. Tho train ran slowly, oaUicro old doctor, a realdmit of onn of th Indian Joshua was In sacred history tho Whs' tho Oovcrnmcnt Is (.1.250, OOa flrit west, and and was irreat danger of mUplaccd'ruii and reservations adjoining Oklahoma. Tho pur southeast north, v A UnidAfjo mnn claims to hnvo then moved ahead llko mon who worn switches snd obitrucUons of various kinds chaser refused IV) for Uio lot five mlnutts American 1'roildsnt wat In secular history. A thousand other men excelled him In diforoillv process for preserving meats, loot Others started for tho hills and still placed there by thoao gone befote, who later ferent things, bnt he excelled them all In others tient themselves to tho Uk ot rais- wanted a corner In tho best lands in Jin onn wm bad nver nn (, Western roundness and completeness of milk, vegetable nnd other character. ing lent which Ihry bioUirht with them to sight It was 0 40 whon the sign which town tako form and shape can comprehoud nrticlos from docay for un Imloflitlto UJiell VnlilHl kllld lf hUinCjU. IhOSCWhO marks the htate lino nnd the dividing lino how quickly a full. rigged city with a Tbe world never saw his Ilka, and probalength of tlmo. Tho alleged discovery went for tho hills weio after claim. Just from the Cheroken "trip wa reached. It daublo-decho boom can put In bly never will see bis like agalu. because explorations succeeded well consist In n powdor, tho composition huwkuown,their very few ot them havo re-Is was greeted withIna-- cheer t "which rolled running motion. In tho afternoon st there probably never will be another such not for from tha news car He was let down a Divine In- thorustlcfH', 4 n r.liw.lr th flnt ,minlnlnl aIa..!.,., exigency. front of which Is n secret, and a small quanturned. cabooto behind. Along tho Pawneo trail' occurroiL IIs was from Uod direct The election notice appeared ' terposltloi, every farm In tho train paiuod caravans of boomon' In the Oklahoma Herald, of which burned In an is safo to aay that y tity It 1 do not know how any man can rend a dal'y tho Territory la In )iowloii ot ono or wagons, many j.olng souUi, but some re- paper published at (luthrle on tho first dty ths blttory ot those timet without admitroom produces a smoko which pcrroo-at-aro claimant, mid that otlUoxlHtenoo, Nearly 1U,W) votes were ting that the contest was decide 1 by the tha nrtlclo to bo proiorved nnd moro lit, W to ii,iu) moro besides theroaim. turning toward Knusa. wandering At tho lat station ouuddo ot tbo Oklaho. polled. Tho leading candidate for mnvor from upper forcss. t inako it pruotloally Imperishable. It lenaly about in search nt lamL Tha rush at ma Territoiy there was a groat crowd ot wero llccco, of 1111 Then In 1801, when oar otvll war opsnsd, tha land otllco In ro I tcrrillo, Tlio boomers who had forsaken their teams and liala, William is oven claimed that eggs can bo d of Hprixgfifld uinliy nt tLwTwitU ud at tha noulii liy O., and T. U. tJumuur, ot Arkansas City. A by tho process, thq only change building Is surrnun led Is a mob of hoped to got In quicker by ralL Thoro it national suicide. It was not howling men, whtth being conthoy climbed to tho strong dark horse Is T, Volney Haggatt, of thoy undergo being tho loss of vitality. stantly augmented by horsemen who tops of tho coAulu, and tho untlr turn, courage against cowardloa. It was not Huron, V, T. i wealth against poverty, it was not larga from nun pihI to th ether, wns lined with arc gstnpnj in from every s Tiio bank of ukiahomn opened for Oxr. of tho lmportuntothnologle.nl re- Agnt Dlllcy and his f re of jntrtr BMlstants nre thorn In tl' way tb lln was reached at Outhrio with a capital stock ot fit', Btates against small Btatei. It was hero-'s- a fiLanloy'n ninrch through (ha Unslil.i to jjlv.i nttoiiUiiit ( n )i'ii"lfd(h Imllt fivrt iniilil. 1? oVIiwk sults of. 9glnt h'rclrH, it -- is hr rtsitctr am 5L Yi". Ixiv.v, me uciuin banker, i w aa rosched and centraTOmiitiTi forest on his way from part of tho busliiosatiNt la Ixtlmr furred Ilofoie the Iatedead-linpresident and (leorgo W, llolln.oii, tha of many gsnsratlons against ths resources troopcra thC.ifIid,'tcrtho" Albert Kymizn was uon Uienu Tlin dotat lunent oi Ua Im.11.1 passel, . however, tlin groat transformation banker ot Wlnflold, and Hon. Horace hjed, of generations, It was ths prayer of thn , V114,M 1mMMI4m MM...M.I rr ....l.w... ...m.... Ms encounter with tha dwarfs which log with a view to kecptug tha mob In an tho watchers from tho train, l'lrst camo tn ot inuianapolts, aro directors, 'lho now North against tae prayer of the Bouth, It city is flooded with buslncNi cards ot all was ot tbs nation in armad w rath lio found exceedingly nunioroui be- orderly lino U completely worn out view tho wagons gathered to. descriptions, representing every i no of meeting the other d bait ot the nation tn A (llKjuitch from Oklnhima City states gethcr In groups on tho lovel prairie or in tween tho Nopoko and tho grnss lands. trndo and butdncss, every prufossl a and armed Indignation. What could come but greater that the rush thero is tbo which Thoy wero known as tha W'ninbultL bore Over at Kingfishereten Lisbon, w than face llttlo valleys country. diversify tbo every occupation, imaginable, extermination? or hero of tho It was Tho scliomo which resulted in the Stnnloy says liu saw about 1C0 forest the crowds brought In on the Hock Island at onco noticeable that the teams At tbe opening of tbe war tha commind practical cornering of town lota Monday villages or camp of thoso pigmies and aro gathering, thero has Ken no trouble as woro not to bo soon lu any of these originated with tho ot tha United States fores Atchison, TojcUv A wa, a man who had been great In battle, campiynnd It was plain they had been doscrlliua them us a vonomous, coward- jet A correspondent follow ed tho man h of taken out of tho haruosa to be ridden Kanta I'o railway, probably in cotnbii ntlon but old age had coma with many Infirmwith tho syndicate which has been hard at ly and thievish race, very oxport with tho ln.tnu from tho Arkimas and Walnut ncrnia tho border by tho haid riders valley camps down tho Ponen trail and who wero to locate claims. A llttlo work in Arkansas City for a w cck or more ities, and be had a right to quietude. He their nrrows. past Numbers of man have been going could i mount a horse, and he rode on across tho Cherokco strip This w as by tlv o farUicr on and this conclusion as doputy marshals aud the Inttle field In a carriage asking the Tiik Xow fYork Sun prlnta intorvlows times tho largest throng Umtcntcrod nt any was proved to bo tbo torroct ono, Into tho Teirltory permits railroad driver not to J6lt it too much. During the as uudcr onoiKilut and was comporod of tho best for the entire faco of tho country as far as others with a largo number of prominent mateilal that entered tho Territory the bet field glass could carry tho sight employes. lho marshals were slmplv mll- most ot the four years ot ths contsst, on rQlatlv'o to thb posslblo annex-ntlo- n tho and not sworn In, and the b'ojthern side wat a man in rald-lltiletweon 1 and 0 o'clock twenty trains ar- was overrun with horsemou galloping to rond men were not burdened with oldclal who had in his veins tbe blcol of many of Canada to tha United Slnton rived. Ono hundred coaches camo from tho southward. Tho fleetest horses had oiders. They all did tholr work Monday generations of warriors, himself one ot been picked for tho work, and they Tho Information sought to bo obtnlnod Arkiimo.4 city nnd fiftv from Purcell. was packed from tbo pilot to wero rarrjhig Uiclr riders rapidly to tho ami did it well Officials in tbo (luthrle the heroes of Cberuhusco and Cerro Oordo, was what position (ireat Ilrltnlu would I'.vcry thing of land otllco say that men seemed to spring tho lost Inch roof space, nnd not less than longed-fo- r goal Coatrsras and Chapultepec. As tbe years us tako In cabo of a tlocidcd movomont In l(XU pooplo woro deposited boforo dark, lho rldo of Paul lie vera dwindles Into out of tho earth take noon approached, to aud pattsd on and the scroll st carnage unfifteen minutes favor of aunoxatton. Thoso Intorviow-o- d lho scones woro at onco exciting and obscurity hostile tho fonts of horsemanship that It did not rolled, tbeis rams out from both sides a halt tho town slto As a train stopped tho crowds would lierforiued In Oklahoma. Hides of fifteen woro piomlnont buslnuas men, heroism and a stiength and a determinaofficials been gieatlj Tho leapdown, nudi over tho tow n si to, each to an or twenty mllos woro made in rushed,land tho gront havo not of tho home, tion that tha woild had nerer seen marjirofosslonal mon, inoinlters uuillsputed fiKit, whero ho llung down his au iucrudlhle short as majorltv tlmo by old of Parliament nnd noblomen. Tho luggago and II to rally iuatted out of boomers familiar with Uio country, stoadors aro making tiUe by actual occUfa. shaled. And what lut extermination hroatb As tho sun wont down Iltt'e tents nnd who kuow whom doslrablo lands tlon and will portec" It ut nlati r date. The could come when Philip Bherldan an I of tho intorvlows Is that If Canami unaholtercd mon dotted tho region were located. Tho day was iloudless, and first homestead entry at tho Outhrio Stonewall Jackton met, and Nathaniel ada roally doslrod to socodo tho govern-mo- over an area large enough for an Kuatern far aw ay In tho horizon both to tho cast and offico wai au old solllor claimant named Lyon and Bldney Johnston rode In from would probably lot her go. inoUopolla. north nnd south, nnd Grant nnd Lie, tba Thoro Is covering for about west clouds of dust could be seon ascend- Johnson, n Kansau. JI10.M TUG MJL'TlinUN 110IIPER. persons on n liberal entlmnto, ing from the hoofs of hundreds of horses 1,(X1 thunderbolt! ot battle, clatlo 11 Yet, we and the nlghta, nftor tho roasting dajs, aro nulling toward dlltciout destinations in I'unttLL, IiuL P., April At livothou. are n nation, and yet we ara at pence. 'I'm: In gost comprossod nlr estabactually tbllly. exactly moat crossed lishment In tho world U In Purlx. It great auftcring Whether it rain or not, same. cases, but sumo of them toward tho sand boomer iloublo-qulo- Uio river nt to Okla. Earthly courage did not decide the con- noon ou tholr innrch mut Im endured by tho .VM A..O UJtJ.VI ,U.W. Wl , ,.. IHVJ hns a plant with 5,000 homo. Kvcry thing panned oil quietly aud thousands ot unsheltered. Men who havo Ono raoo for n goal could ho easily l"ll ui mere nsi a iKittio iuuih ncuvo luo Begun In 1881 to dlstrlbnto tho power lcon In Bt tho opantng of ovory now coun Tho riders were apparently thoro was not tho slightest indication of clouds on Lockout mountain; but there Thoy wero neck and trouble. Tho scenes were similar to those was something higher than that necessary for tho driving of pnoumntla try slnco M9 aver that thoy novorsaw tho evenly mounted tbo crowds and excitement neck for u mile or two along tho trail aa far on thn northern border. clocks, It wits not Ions boforo It was like of Again, tlij horsoi ani chariots ot Hod as thoy could bo seon, and their eager and Molt ABKMS8 cuv. Ml'DDKRlV Tlinm Mil cams to tha reicus of thli nation In 187(1, discovered that tho ulr could bo profitAbkissss Oitt, Kau, April Intense looks and merciless lashing woro Aiikamla Citv, Kan., April at t special The trials, struggles nnd sufficient ovldenco of .Uio prize they wero from Outhrio rt 1 o clock this morning at thn closo ot a Presidential election faably used for two other purposes to ma Is open. A darker saya that three men who took claims thoro mous for devilish fenolty. dlstribulo mollvo power to manufac- sacrifices of yeara aro partially rewarded, running after but tho oventa of Monday nation. Out of tho dust which arosa down tha about 5 turers by day and to produce electricity far supply is below demand will proto how oast could bo seen, after thotoward had yostorday woro foully murdered Damns of cloud yet settled electionupon this dispute, and necessitate was lu Tbe result of tho Irnln o'clock by claim Jumpers for lighting by night. Tho work, further concessions to avert disorder, reached tho summit ot a high ridge, a tho asslhmU and tholr victimslho ould not be and revolution, not between two or three which aro on tho holghts of llollovlllo, bloodshed and other condition but little wagon caravan fully two ml es in length, learnod. A vlgllunoo oommltlee Is now sections, but revolution In every town an I short of anarohy. The history of the day which was hurrying forward at tho ut- scouring tho country in search of tho ml. vlllagi anJ city ot tba United H o'.es, on tho edgo of tho city, now occupy as will forover bo memorable In frontier most sieed of Its horses. Ihcto caravans creauta, who, It is said, will ha siliiunarlb; seemol Imminent Tbe prospect was that area ot two nnd n lialf notes. ro plainly outdistanced by the horse- - dealt With if caught aunals, i nd will leave behlud a heritage of New York would tbrott New York, aud nt n, un-nu- out by thoso who ought to oknowjin Now York mid Liverpool, that tho Thlncvnlla stuamor Danmark hnd no right tinder tho navigation regula-- 1 tlonti to carry moro than 300 pnsson- - ' gcr'. Jjho had on bonrtl a total of 7l"0 souls when tdio foundered or was dam- nged and partly sunk. It U given i c"" LL il esaJlli v vywLTsr -- baokrldors, andaftoreovcral mllM ?f Hie TALMAGE'S SEItMON. Territory waatravcraod It wasS wwi thit tho best riders w cro w inning tho bvtfwcL. It wns 12 'JO when tho first iccUenJl C1 Dlecourso Approprluto to tho kf train reached Uio lino, and Its ContonnlaL that point on to Outhrio wosJhwT ryl& rapid tho enough for wanted to pet thero In a 'hltrtr-'- !TTi Gtorloas Cnnilition of het United fora all tho cream was skltnraed tatei The American Colonies jhw It lacked but milk. Knvrrtlirl and the Great Itev- minutes to 1 o'clock when tho trdin otutloo. 9? in front of tha Outhrio depot. Last tinnday Dr. Talmage preached In train camo to a Hojrtroai Dcfore tho ecu that somebody was alreouy MKffio tha Brooklyn Tabornacla to a vast audi- 1 fence. Hit text was IL Kings v!.17i "And fact tho town was alroady woll1oj'l opened tha eyes of tho young Tent were numerous on th eaatuBiaijps tha man; nnd be saw: and, be'iotd, tbe mounand stakes wero sticking up patch-wlrground like poles In n boan tain wai full ot horses and oWlotv ot fire could bo seen racing in tho direct" ? round aboatUllsha." Ha satdt tho valuable holdings, and tho As it cost Kogland many regiments and busy and animated, 'tbo jwosapi two million dollar, a year to ksep ssfsly a among tho Arkansas City and M'lehtUMWa, troublsiom captive at 8t Utlena, so tba as will as of thoa from other a king of Brrla sands out , whole army to both loud alid deii. If tholr hid capture onp minister of rsilglon perhaps nrosticct of shootinir at anr tJaMt'SVat Ellano. During ths mtn. to !i when thoso men found thsmlolvS okfili of Assyrians csms around at tho pauie of froero-ou- t, butthyiirs night tbs armyDothan, yic--1 tbavillsgeot whsra ths prophet coinielIeu to swallow their wratisTP bt was staying. At early daybreak tbe min cording to all the tnohn calltlea In a. sarvant of Kllsba ruthsd In and said) mon In posscstlou wero Die rig! era. "Waat shall wa dof there Is a, whole army It There was imthlnir to do. but 1 JskBC' lo destroy you. Wa must die, wa iiA t what u aa left, and It wu lUr'BHt mtstis wajusutUaojuaAsv.; .. t.l. .llH.i.4. l .L...l t L5. Vm i9k LTi i bit, for be looked up and saw tbe m iiuimuev Tly was nr and moro came from the ho.'plta eacu outer In tbo clrort to get out mountains alt around foil of super forest, and he knew that bio homes of the city, nearly all of which of tbo cars, every variety of man alowr natural there wars 63,000 Assyrians azalnst have entertained gnosU during tho last the frontier made an army which charged wecic. tho land office ot tho top of the Inoll, him tbtre were 100,000 angel for hlm Hundreds of boomers and rustlers In tholr not In a body, but In detachments. The and In answer to the prophet's prayorln Impatience to gut aboard rushed dow n to land oOlce was not tho point of their dottf. behalf ot his affrighted man servant, ths the yards and attempted to forco on nation, though It stands at tho corner of tho yonng man saw It, too. Hones ot lira harentrance Into tha cars, all of which section and Is thcrofore tho present renter nessed to cbsrlots of fire, and driven of wore securely locked Tho excitement of the town. It was to secure the lots Are pulling reins of firs on bits ot firs; and may bo judged from tbo fact that nearest to It that Uio rush was made, but warriors of firs with brandltbsl sword ot a largo number ot coach windows therowas httlo left near It. Stakes kid Are, and tbs brilliance ot that morning wero broken out by coplo who wero ' already been driven almost to tho llmltof aunrlta was co'lpsed by the gatlsplng anxious to securo seats. A rtronir iruard tno bnir section ot saj acres allow rd torn splendors ot ths celestial cavaloido. ' And of railroad mon wan dntalletl tn urnLfrt. lm town site As tbo law now stands thrro ILe Lord opened tbs eyas of tha yotinj company's prorty, and thoy had a was but a small martin, but h(l ssw; tract of iiuusuh! dliiieimioiis on their hands. was being rapidly wiped out J man; and bs of and, bihold, ths mountain was full horass and chariots of fire round about Etlsbi." I have often spoken to you ot tbe Assyrian perils which threaten our American Institutions but now at wa ara assembling to ketp csntsnntsl celebration ot ttis Insuguratloa of Ulkimm AJm ississi tV lUlW saasaas aw assssaaaa afc " .' I speak of tb upper forrts ot ths text that ara to fight on our side. It all tba low Itve's aro filled wlih armed threats, I havs to tell you tost the mountains ot our hope and courage and faith f are full ot tbe bones aad chariots of litigation which will bs fruitful to and claim attorney Tho Atchison, lopokaand HantaFo railroad began running Its sectional trains out of Kansas City Hunday night and picking up ears at almost every section along the routo. Hundreds of people Vvero waiting at very and If tbo cars all ot which wero filled before Uio border lino was ronchnd could havn been coupled they would havo made a train miles In length. Tho irowds wero com. )oed of speculators, adventurers, slgbt-seetthtoves, gamblors and a sprlnkht? of tho demUtuondo. The farming element wns not largoly represented, as all ot tho homestoadora had gono on before. wcra Tliore men in tba cars from every great city anil important point In tha country, and Micro was not n htato or Territory In the country which did not liavo Its representatives. Thoy Allot all tho scats, occupied all tho standing room in tho aisles, and filled up tho spaces between tha coaches. Tha crowd began gathering on tho platform two hours beforo daylight, and long before tho first faint stroakot dawn ot tho fateful day tbo city was awake and stirring. Tba st roeta presented a lively, plotureiuu aiKiaranco. Aftar the sun roco crowds wero ruMiing toward tbo center ot action from alt porta, ot prij li.t, lHcfc s, fWl n a Ird enji iili( jaji 8) I m i"wmmmi t New Oil'am would grip New Orleans, and Boston, llotton, and Savannah, Savannah, and Washington, Washington. Home said Mr. Tllden was e'ectel; others said Mr, llnyoi was etectel; and how near we csms to unlvsrsal nissiaTe somo of us guested bit Ojd only knew. I ascribe our ssospj not to the bonssty aid of Infuriated politicians, bu( 1 ascribe It to the'upper forces ot the text Chnriuti of mercy rolls I In, and though tbe wheels were not heard and the flash was not seen, yet all tirojeh the moun tains of the norlh an I the sou h and tbo east and the wait, thojgh fie hoofs did not clatter, the cavalry of G! galloped by. I till you U)l It the trie id of thli na tion. In tbe aw ulrxiltement nt tie massacre of Uncoil, when th ire was a prot-pathat grsa'er slaughter woj d open upon this nation, Qod hushed the tempest. In tea awful txclt'mar.t at ths tlian cf Garfield's aasasslaatlon, Qod put hit foal on tbe neck of tb cyoloue, To prove that Qod is on th sldsot thli nation, I argue from tie last eight or nine great national harvts's, and from th national henlth of tba last quarter ot a century, epidemics very exceptional, and from tie great revival ct religion, and right-eoutne- ii ot and from tha contiasnt blostomlnj with lylumt and reformatory Instltutlo is, and from an Indenization which promltet that this whole land It to be a paradlie where uod eball walk In tbe cool of the diy. If In other jormojis I showed you what was the evil that threatened to npsst and demolish Amerlcaa Invitations, I am more thin I can till you at I see tbe regiments wheeling down tha sky, an I my jeremiads turn Into doxo'oglet, and that whleh was tbs Goo 1 Friday of tbe nation's crucifixion the Eis'er morn ot itt reiur.oo loi. Of relets uoi woro through human Iml umental.tles, and ills national bo lermen. Is to come among otbor th ngs n scrutlnlzsl billot box. Py ths lnwof registration it Is slinoit Impossbl now to have II gnl votlnj. There wat a tlmi you an I I rem-mr It ben droves of vagabonds wondered wil up ard down on e'ectl n day anl from poll to poll, and Tote I bsrr, an 1 vo'.ed there, anl vo'.eJ overwhere, anl therj wss no ehn lings; or, If thrj wer. 1. amounted lo noth'ug, LeciUie nothing could to tuddoily be provtd upon 'he vagabonds. Now, In every well organlzsd nelghbcrbood, every vo'er Is wstchel w tb I m ist tell the regissever.1 it scrutiny. trar my name, aud hiw old I am, ant bow long I bare ras'.dtd in thi State, and how long I hivi rsttdtd In ths warJ, or the township, and It I mlirepreient fifty witnesses wl'l rise nnd shut ms out from thi billot box. Is not that a grant advance! And tbenno Ice the law thit prohibits a man voting If hehni bet on th) election. A step furthr needs to le taken, en l that man torblddina vo'ewbo has odered or takei a bribe, whether it be in ths shape ot a free dtlnV, or cash pii I do vn, tho tu p iIojs cases obliged to put their on the b'e and swear their voti In If they v ote at H a I. through tbe sa rel cho.t of cur nation's suffrage, redemption w Hi co ne. God ai o will save this nation through an arouved moral seatlment There has nerer been so muc'i discusdon ct morals and immorali. Men, wbstnsr or not tbey acknowledge what Is right, have to think what is right We have men who have had their hands In tbs publlo troisury the the most of their liftt m stalling all they couldLlay their hands on, d scourslng h-111- Waih-Ingto- SVfcaJaVafa axasaisssaM 1 Tt vr j TKfeT a8yalvf. a OTTiSr-H m Mn-'- reicus. M2l ntfx CMClAHCWaV. -- ? jtfti ten 4Pfe V m mMJ. iKtf ic m -& k. ii; J51 v "fc. x KV i 1 er pon-ofllt- App-Iscbl- tweuty-fivc-fo- ot dls-co- perl-hnb- le air-tig- H Coiiat-nnllim- , o, i bu.l-iks- flr o -- ..n,M.,, one-ba- it whlto-toppa- 1'ng-llshm- e, gro-t!qu- sub-itan- nt k liorso-pow-o- r. aho. servants, and mm with two or tbrot families of tholr own, preaching about the beauties of tbe seventh commandment. Th question of sobriety and drunkenness Is thrust In tbo face ot this nation as never beforo, and to take a part In our political contoits. Tbe question ot national sobriety Is going to be respeot-full- y and deferentially heard at the bar of every Loglslature and every House of and aver United Statst Sin-atand an omnlpoeit toIoj will ring down tbe sky and acrois this land and ack again, saying to them rising tides ot drunkenness which threaten t whelm home and church an i natoai "Thus far shalt thou corns, but no further, and here shall thy proud wavoi be stayed." I have not lu my m'ud a shadow of at large as tbe shadow ot a houttfly't wing. My faith It in ths upper Go I forces, tbe uppsr armies of thet-la not lhs chariots are not If you woald only pray mora anl wash your eyes In the coo', bright water fresh from the well ot Christian reform, It woa'd be sail of you, ns ot this one ot the text: "Tbe Lord opened ths eyes of the yoanz; man; and he svw: and, beho'd, the mountain was fait ot hones and chariots of fire round aloat Ellsba." Whtn the army ot Antlgonus wont Into bsttls his soldlo-- s were very much discouraged and thiy lushed up to the general and laid to him: "D n't toj sea wa have a few fores and tbey have so many more?" aud tba soldiers wero affrighted at ths tmnllnett of their number and the greatostt pf the euouiy. Antlgonu, their conmander, stia'gbtened hraielf up anl laid, with Indignation and vehemsnee: "How many do you reckon me to be?" And Whon we the rait arml s arrays against tbs cause of sobriety It may soma-tlbe very discouraging, but I ask you In mating up your eillma's of tbe foroot of rlgh'.eoumisi last yoi ho mvny do you reckon tha Lord Qo I A'mighty to he? He It our commander. Ths Lord of Host, Is his ntrni 1 have tha but authority Ui kivbtgthat tba chvr.ots ot Ud r twenty thraian I, anl the mountains are full uf luem. l hot my You will take sylng It that my oily faith Is In Christianity and In tbe uppsr forces sugg tte 1 In tbe text Political parttsj corns anl go ond thsy may bs light and thsy miy bs wrong; but God llvei and I think ho I a I ordalnd this nat o i for a career ot proiperity that no ('onisgog tin w 111 be able to bait I expect to live to tie a polltlcnl party which will have a platform ot two p'nnki the Ten Ccmmandnientt an I ths So mnn on tha Mount Whon that par y It forme I It will a veep acrosi this (mi i like a tornado, 1 was going to aay, but when I think it it not to t devastvtloi Lut revuiclta Ion, I change the Agure and tay, sum a party at that will sweep sorou this land like iplo gale i from Heaven. Have you any doubt of ths nee ot the Christian religim to purify and make decent Ami rtrau pollt est At erory yearly or qua triennial election we have In this country, gioat manufactories, mnnufje-toris- s ot He, and tbey aio run day an I night, and they turn out n dozen a day all rqulppel nnd leady fo ful sailing. Largs lies ami tm ill lies. Lies pr v ti nnd llts public an I lies prurient. Lloi cit bias II 't, and Ilea cut diagonal. Long-limlei w It I d"ub'e lack actlo.i. Lies compli-ment. y mil His d fausto.-yL'es that toois people bel eva nn I lies that all pro-p- e Letleve, and lies that nohaly btliivii Lies wlta hump liko c'omoli and scalot liko anl necki ai lotu ai toiks and feit as tnlft as r.n nnle o.ti'j and stings Ilk ndd ri Lies raw anl scnll tped an I pvuned anJ s ovod. Ciawl-lulist and Jumping lies and soiling llts Llet with attachmmt screws nul lufll u ly. wound botbirs, anl braiders and Llei by Christian people nhouevj- - lis exempt during elections, and lies by psopls wbo al vays lio, but beat themselves lu a Presidential campaign I contest I am athamtd to have a foreigner visit tb a country In inch times. lbpy'4 tlPD ' ' would, itand dlied, till e, I xt d. 1 1 cro.-ollle- i, g ia 1 tick and dare not e THE COMMONWEALTH. t Will tfirt liunrtrxill nt ilfoinwh'o corns ht-- t Wm. l'OLaOM'H store at Junior Lsndlnf, "oat a diignit thsy near Greenup, was burglar ztd, tha other Isndof tbe r od nt on I night, of over $100 worth of dry goods ond ng stout it Is many of provisions. sri'ard the English Ian- -' Ov the 20th the brick Wall In tho targe ( mm and hemp storage UPno e th caig i'sh and Fie ch papers was destroyed building, Lexington, which IUllat ground by fire fell iptdJltou tho Infjrnal and fatally Injured John tol'ie aged trans! Mohan, cr.Lars elusT fourteen. He wns dug out from the debris iil.tlsnlty w ti stop afler being burled nearly thirty minutes. rtscencK1 such a TlieChrldlan Charley Henderson, colored, hsd his lets jk titer whl.e Tiielht- - leg broken and sustained other Injuries. x irandsl through vvh'cb (lag A IfA.f by tbe name of Hurbert, ot Stanyenrs, ford, a worklngman on the Kentucky Cenraroretery loir ivih d hy that rel g on which must la tral, held a djnam'.te cartridge In Lit A Ogra) mountains from band and lit It with n match. Ihe result into ting tbe commind, was tii an explosion, and Hurbort lost the Jjear false wllnvss agslnstj Angara f rnnj nn hand and the othr hand J mm ih other mount wat badly burned, klR;L:e'z and lors anl 1'at Hurt wat convicted at l'arlt ot tho tn drain. Y is. t e aro murder ot James Abnee last February. la'iQiilr-dlglo.t- . A team of frightened by 'alt of nallonM religion. tb cars nearhorses becameGreenville, nnd tbe depot, at rl I by the Stat-- , and It a ran off, smashing the wagon ond throwing putlog aid It h grtat Its occupant out. J. It Lewis was idsrittam will atrugzt loutly, it not fatally,clnjurel by bilna WltbaM)refero-icto qua!- - struck on the head vvtth'o heavy piece of f(eittiana 1st sup; or tod timber. ., . ... ia . It-f ivitvufttttml greafCS an lirn macninery on toe 21 th the) Kentucky Association cele- of mutlesu't jnoif-al- i. and room fo a brntnd lhs one hundretlth anniversary of thouianl peopre, yetlo, n,i Ucnoi of fifty racing at Lexington. peop'e, ot twenty"peopi, or ton, or twa Dn. If. IL Gwiiv, tbe Loulsrllle phyAVewant uo.suoh rellon ai that, no sician who was confined In the Jail a such nat onal religion ; butvya want this time ago on o charge ot manslaughter, short has kind of national religion ft vast ma- sent Henry Smart a pair of new shoes, jority of lhs peop'e converted ml evangn-- I which nre to bo worn by tbe condemned tn), and then thoy will nuna jc tho secu- man when ho Is hanged. lar as well as tbe religious. CAiTAfc Tuoi. J. Busif, of Do you say this Is lmpractlcab el No.J tho Kentucky Association, arrived in LexThe time Is coming Juit as certainly at ington the other day In n special car from there I Ool and that this Is His book iPblladolphla, bringing with him the foland that Ha lias the strength and the hon- lowing railroad magnates and capitalists esty to fu fl 1 H.a promises. One of thi cf the Quaker City: Jas. P. Scott IL W. anc ent einporors cicd to pride himself on Diddle, Moncure Iloblnton, Ilobt Perkins, performing thit wb'ch htj rojnsolors slid Evans lloborts Victor Guilder and James was Inipoiiibl-- , and I havs to tall you to- Potter. Captain Hush gave them nn eleday that man's Itepoivlb'es are God's gant lunch at the Phoenix, at which sixty-fiv- e atte.. "Hath lis said aud shall Ha not sat down. After lunch the party w as dolt? Hath Hj commanded nnd will Us driven to the where thoy nottrlngltto put I' Thi Christian ro- highly enjoyed the sport. Tho strangers posies-sloll Ion it comlnj to take will stay there looking at the b'uegrass reof of every gion until every bil!ot-boafter tho thoroughbred sales and icbool-bouof every boms, of every races are over. val ey, of every mountain, of every acre Fuank McCixllaxd sold his Bramble of our national domain. This mtion, not- colt, winner ot tho second raco nt Loxlug-to- n withstanding all t'.e evil inflaencei that a few dayi ago, to Henry Simons, ot are trying to destroy it, Is going to live. Louisville, for $1,510 Never sine), according to John Milton, The following fourlh-clapostmasters wbon ''Hntan was hurlol hexdlongflamlng were appointed tbe other day for from tbe ethsral ekUi In hldeoui ruin H. Blankentbop, Beaver Willlap and cimbattloa down," havs tb powert Dam, 'Ohio County; James if. Lovel 1, ot darknesi bein sq determined to win thli Emanuel, Knox County; James Ik continent ai tbey ara now. What a je- - et Garfeld, Drockenrldgo County, J. It Is a jewel carved In rslie', the cameo of It Davenport, Renty vllle, Hardin County; this planet! On ono aid otus tbe Atlantic A. L Sliarj,' llockhold, Whitley County; ocean, dividing us from the worn out gov- John Mlca'ael, Spring Lick, Graysoa ernment! of Kuropt. On the other si Is County. the Pacific ocean,"dlvl ling us from the Jesse (t Middletov, long one of the ot Asia. On the north otus best known andmosttuccettful merchants the Arctic us, which Is the gymnasium In of Louhvllle, It dead. wVo'i the ex.ilorerj and navigators deThe other afternoon, between 4 and S velop their courage. A continent 10,500 o'clock the large hempitorago building ot miles long, 1" C0),001 square miles, en I all E. II Sparks & Co., on West Main stroet, of It but about capable of rich Lctingtcn, togotbor with about one hunOno hundrid millions of cultivation. dred tons of hemp, population on this continent of North and vhlcb originated were destroyed by fire, a some one Smth. America ono huudrsd m'Ulcn:, Jnd dropped on from match the floor, and tben stepand room for miny millions more. Ail ping on It, igniting it. Lost on hemp and flora and all fauna, all mstals nnd all prrclcus woods, aild all grains an I fruits building ettimited at Hi 000, and Insured In several companies for $10,000. Tba A; pahchlan range ths backbone, sad The other afternoon the rivers t is ganglia carrying life alt Sharpshurg, was raptured Ed Sharp, ot on through oujfcout to the extremities. Dr. Noah Moore, five mVes tha farm el from' ; anu orougnt into placed In jaliY-- """ of a glint sent all to be under one He was a raving maniac, and bad otcaped government, and all free and all Cbr and the tnae ot Christ's personal from Lexington Asylum. He bat been reign on earth If, according to ths expec- returned. An organization of tho Society ot tbe tation of many good people, he shall at Sons of tbo Revolution bis been perfectod 'att set up hi tin one In this world. Wbo at Frankfort. shall have thli betnlipher , Christ or Dr. Stone has assumed ths dutlet ol Wboahtl has tbe shores of her inland ssas, the sllrtr ot ler Nevadts, the superintendent of the Western Lunatic Asylum, nearllopklnsvitle. geld of her Coloralos, tha telsscopsi of H. C McCoiiD, who wat sirlously Inher observatories, the brain of he- - universities, the wheat o' ber pralriit, tbe jured during a difficulty with W. It Long on tbo day rlcs of her savannas, ths two great ooean prohibition of aneloction to determine tbo question at Crofton, bat tued beaches the ons reaching from Baffin's Long for 10,000 damages. bay to Terra del Fuego, and the other 1'auis has olTorod the Kentucky Central fromBohrlug a rait i to Caps Horn and It It a 1 the moral ond tempo at and spiritual railroad fifty acres of landplace. will locate Its machine shops at that ond eve, lasting Intereiti ot a population at I'adiicsh, The tight for the vast bjj oad all butnvn computation? Wbo furiously at Washshalt hnv the hemisphere? You an 1 I which hat been wajol ington for two months bat been settled wll dojlde that, or help to dscllo it by deat least. The powers coiiiclentlous vote, by oarneit prayer, by for a time allow Colonel Clark have to tbo Demomaintenance ot Cbriitlan Inttltutlous, by cided postmaster, to serve out his time. by put- cratic support of great ph ting bo ly, mini anl tout on ths right Joitv P. McGbatii, one of the county magtwenty-foutldeot all moral, rellloui anl nittonil istrates, was sent to jailforforattemptingr to hour., at Louisville, movements. Ah! It vv II not te long befors tt will not bribe a juror. Jot: llAUTEn, n blacksmith ot mike any d fTermoj to you or to ms what was brutally whipped by Whits bocomtf ot this cintlnsnt, so far ot oarth; ly comfort Isooncirnid. All we want ot Caps. a P. Duian.--j and Geo. Bottom, of It will be ssveu feet by three, and that were thrown over nn embankwill tak in ths largett nnd thre will be room and to tpsr.1 Tnat Is all ot this ment by a runaway bone, and badly, but country w will need very soon the not seriously, Injured. The throe children ot Thomas Ilrlner, youngost ot ut But we have an anxiety about the welfare and tue nsppineti ot living on Portland avenue, Louisville, the generations tbnt aro coming on, and were the other afternoon burning a pile of It will be a jrrsnl thing If, when the tbav'ngs near the home, when the clothoi archangel's trump)t sounds, wo dad that of Mary, nged twelvo years, caught fire. our aepulcber, like the oie Joseph of Arl- - Terrific 1 by tho flames tbe child atarted to matbea proviled for Chrlit, is in tno run, when she wns caught by her two little brothers, ten and eight years old, who m dst o a garden On of toe seven wonueri or tne won a held ber whllo they fought bravely to put was the wbit marble watch towrot Pha out the blaze, which streamed over her ros ot Egypt. Hoitra'us, th architect aad head, They were finally successful, but sculptor, alter bonding ttai waion lower, the girl had inhaled the fire and will die. cut Me nam on tt. Then he cov. red it Tho hands and faces ot the Ware little felwith p'aaterlng, and to please tbe King he lows were badly burns I, but tbelr Injuries put the monarch's name on tho outs'de of are not fatal, ths pUztsriag: end thn stoimi beat and took A rrccLun surgical operation the seas dashed n their fury, nnd th p'neo a few mornings ago at thn home of 7athC t C tte n'?t',rlnj, nnd they wn.h-- d U Little Sl.toi. of tha Vcor, LsulirlllA. It down, but lb namsot Boatratua waa Mrs. Mary liven, isventy years ot aeo. deep cut 1.1 tn imperiinablo tocc. 5o was "tapped" the ono hundred and sevacroit tbeacsof tbli nation there have enth time, bbe bai been suffering from been a great msijy na'ii-- s written, across dropsy fur over foity yean, and during oar fliianc!, scrota our rtillnliu , nam tbo majority of those jean this operation worth of rtmembranei, nnmet wrlttoa on bns beon performed nearly an average of tiotu.e of oar churches and our four timet per annum. The old lady stood th rub schools and on aiylums and our homes of tbe leit on her vitality well. Nearly llvo mercy, bat Ool It the arci toct of thit gallons of water wai drawn off, and, contl tn anl lit v as 'ho tcu'ptor of all though mu h prostrate I, Immediately lit grsudeuri, nu I long at or tbrou h the after the knife had leen utel, sho rapidly wo b of ui i agetaod tbe Umpeits of cenrecuperated, and wat out of danger by the turies, all other nnmet shall heob'l.eraUd, afternoon. I) tine signature ami Dlvlno nnms wld il John ConliFTT, tha gardener, while snd br'galer as tie tut ten- - j plowing some ground In the Mansion hill ba b l:h'er by, snd the world shall s te thai addition ot the James Tny'or ettate, in nlums :o Ihe C d who rusde th a continent has reNjwport, made a startling discovery deems I It by Hit graco from all Itss The place that it now being built up wax from all its i and an old graveyard up to eighty yeart ago u f i th in such a thi ig nt that? Wh lo at work he unearthed the skeleton Hsvo lh charloti havobtenunwh el- - ofn man dretted In an Engl'sh general's After ad eJ, aidaftir all tbo war ohargera Invo uniform 'the colltn in which the body bein cr ppl'd, th charloti which Klliba wat Incased had rotted, hut the clothet saw on the mi'ulngof h't peril vv II roll were In a wonderful ttato ot pretervatlou. upon on In triumph followel by all then mtet On the left breast was a breast-platof Heaven on whlto bones, (iolcoulldo which could bo seen au Inscription, It but ha will no', The weak-e- s read: 'General Thomas Tibbutts, born in It without ui, ot ut th'f ilntest ot ui, thetmillei' Lancaster, Hug, 1730." Genernl Tibbattt brained of u, shall have n pari In the tn fought In the revolutionary war and, at umpb. Wo may not havo our nam i, like near as ran hi mcertained, wat buried in the old graveyard about 17VJ. Ihsnmmo' bo.tratit cut In un an coia.ilcuoui ii, but Work has been begun on ths Kentucky a bstte n'nc wo shall be renombersl Midland railroad bridge acron the Housthan that, even In (he Letrtof Hun who ton, near Purlt, The ttone has arrived came to to teem us nnd redetm tho nor d, and it being hauled to tbe ground. Tbo an I our naniei will be seoi clots to Mid and will be Unlthed by heptember, the tig lat ire of bit wo ind, for at lo da) and In time for the people of Scott, Frankh thro vi out li t nrmttoward ut, he says lin and Jelterion Counties to attend tbo "Behold, I bar prawn thee o i the pnlmt fifty. terond annual meeting ot the Bouro' my bant' Jiy tne miglitieit et ai bon Agricultural Society, which begins agencies, Un o ency of prayer, I beg you ou September 3, and continues fiva days. ek our national we inr The Court ot Appeals has affirmed tbe decision of the lower court In tbo case of one inert- - Harry Smart, aentouce t to death for tbe of One secret floe of Inclination to duty, Is worth all tbe murder of Belle Warl. Hl'CK Combs, a noted desperado, ot mere good thoughts, warm feollugs o; I)i eat hit County, wat tbot and killed by praye s la which hlle peepl J. U Newman, Geo. Hpsiicei, thnn ' hanl et vr rt4jat m&i a IS.nitaajHista -- r v race-cours- n st Whit-wort- h, tiip-rtlt'o- ni ct. uwii"-nno- Ba-ta- e Isnth-ople- i, lerltha-bleroc- k 1 'u 1 1 ft eelt-dont- .1 S- , aatWasw alttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttia.atttttt . a. ifTMftftjL'VvmEIMwNFjtltiV . wirr nrrniT mMiniiMrniBiMrniiinTTT""r"rTiiniMinTnriBiinTrfiT , j!MWft'jytw'iiiHiM"i"wipiwiBwiawwuw'1" nwPmiKruJiw" , Cril.t;-"-- .. ' ""ifcr. ' - UTiwinMi inimiriiiiwiii '""limMlgrMVr,rii . -- i iTimiiiii iTr.iwr.iiiiinrrmiT'rrT jf ..- nrt. . "- '- m t-- rrnrrr" ' nmiTti. . i " , t W,j nniiiirwiwTinMMii "Wf ' $Miifit yfiiBiyTMtii W'T t aMirir.rWWWWglWlWWWWlBBWIM Tinr-- ? t m TKfH. r-- v ...j.v. hiMMj w 'r" jr v -- . . W3 .it "" -- c ftV ui gJv"-WHIIPHIWH R sr- WMv jn'm!,!M jjBDaBwjnujjiwjftstRsapjaBBrj irfErrBU "Jft - - ,;Sraryat MHPHWtfPIMWHIl sHm V ,rv1a - TJi .VL" .. nfckvi3Sfl-,-.-rP,,f'-s.NJ , -. t ' . r. --- r - 5iWWIS3Ch(c .j I If t. SS- - All new and elegant, embracing all the New Novelties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, Embroideries, Beaded Wraps, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery. These goods were bought lor the cash dowu im at the very lowest prices. My stock is the largest and finest in Hickman all Beautiful, Reliable and Substantial Goods, and the jSlLSBSd "' 3 ES NOW n.EBO.ESIVI.KrcS- jX IiXc3HriIr,X0 3E3 3Nr,ir rac"' --sS se?- d&1&a 'mrac?- raw. ie - ifc isawsfc j fef&Sfe. feJl Sa - s IT CHANANSTOCK s ! 5 OS?11 4Efe 3E M !. 5 Thankful for past patronage, 1 hope for a continuance of the immense trade that lery Iatejt' I have $100 REWARD! Tli. Martin Mnllcln O . lll Slituai r.ir .n ,T!:' V.l.lr,..l,'f.l.rJI,.K.,Jr c,,rrJ w".h ,h" AKit- ' bruYs,, Fa si? .017s. "First-clas- s Oetll chnr-acto- gtu-o- . THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, FRIDAY, 1CV., MAY 3, 18S9. FitAUnln tlio Riilo of adulterated lnnl is now punisliotl in Illinoia by n lino of $."0. t R A Rolid, 18 knrnt Golil Wntrh for $22.50, nt Unck Bros.. Wo will ,not 1)0 nntlorsold. out tlio Maxwoll stock of Clothing, will sell you a suit regardless of cost. Mn. L. U. RiJAVts, of St. Louis, who becamo widely known through his persistent advocacy of a removal of tlio national capital from Washington to the Mississippi valley, is dead. klml of t)r-raTli. tuarliln. n.n.l.t. ,, r Willi lulliwhainl km.Iii tli' t"l' I ratrlirtl tip li.nioof wliili.Utr.nl UilT'lTlit lMir Dm. IWI.rfv cunifiirn. ilff lu vol. th.lialttrfl of all tlivtaii4U.tr. r..r MMP'iimit- - ar. wrilt.tiun inrfillnv arri. - miirj a .friliof 1 1n n llii. .trip tlwina- rIlaplfst Con chin. I.IK-n li.ilf th. ,ntr. lml.rpt .lilrll ir Southern 111 Hi. that th. warliln". rentiou will meet at Memphis on I. .aerl ilnwn tli. buttonm nn wlikh nit nlrr, by appMre pu.lilnl May 10, Rev. Mr. Green of Mis n.ni.f lil taii.lll.t. lll print tin tgan 'I' th ill. rerllj lliijrr tli. nam. fr that ra.lM.t. OK ! souri will nrcnuli tlio opening paiMv TLrtQtlnti li.ti .a prr-- sl 1. caught atut 8CIIII0II. li.l.l own Th. tutrr tlirn MitM f. r tli. ran llilat.a uf h. chuli-- f..r th. i,.xt rrii. In t!i. MOia niatin.r, H. th!! .hula ait.1 ail na Mlth .T.rv ran.lKUt. recently elected ilnw, n Hit, whir!,, li.n ralJ aNln. Iravr. all tho l.utMii. nrxt voter Hth. n.n tlio Texas & Pacific vut-- rnr li.. fur tli.ralMatr. th. tain, button man president of will tli. .am. Railroad, declines to receive any tliMfm. print th. flitnrv 'J, an I, II r r utio or iimro caitllilat.. not bttotv Tntnl fur, liter will print tho Bnlary. Will tlio dividends of tlio fl.fr. 1 lTpwn prranliiic th. .am. luttoiia a Ihiril stockholders bo increased there-bv- f ttu th. (Inr. .r will hopilutril lailln-rtl-r uniler llt.1 ut! drfor.. TliU btimiirr IiiI.imW fur tin ImIIiiI anil IlLrouht . ll.. U.t rturaao atafc,li cl will luJIcat. Hie whul. unHitwr of rotmi for the Th. lua ninler wlin. nam. It ttaal & Shaw, to close ,i.Ulilate alJ nin. i tlii,ln the d.aron'a i toim iiewnpnnrr tried until tlio full term, sny tlio Louisville jinpers. lilil suils Thr AOD1TOU IIbwmt'8 will not bo Yori.tti IIY MAC1I1M.RV. COUNCIL L'HOOKEDIXGS. The question of ballot reform is Hickman, Ky., April 30, IPSO. assuming prominence in all tlio Oounell met. I'reient. Mnvor Com III. : States. The Legislature of Mich- Councilmen Parker, bl.aw. bmlib. ican tins several bills boforo it for ate Mmfllnml iitckman the protection of tlio ballot. OllO T!'C minute of the laat meeting r road, niiroreil nnd ttgneil. of theso is of so peculiar a .rcoCNT Atuwcn. ns to require more tbau a The fallonliiR Account! were preen leJ pasHing mention. niiirovel, motion, A bill presented by RcriS&nt-ativ- jirnperly Ami check) which, onivuetl forwere altowrU oriercd tbe Wells provides that After annum l June 1, 1890, all voting sliidWby 8iret pay roll for week entllnx rStlarcli 2llh 4 Rh means of tlieHhinca votisSa,M ing iniicliiiie." The y Inre and Street par roll for week enJiur operation of tlio iiiaclrfi'O thus' StrretApril l.itb for week ending joo 75 pnj roll described: April 20lli 98 23 o See, and. You will Oertctixxly Buy """" """"' SHERIFFS SALE. ollice of the Fulton Circuit Court, In favor of II Iliiclianan again. t Q. M. T. Salmon, I, or one of m UepulWi, will. on MONDAY, the 18th day of MniJ, 1SS9, l'tween lb. boura of 0 o ciooi, A. .11., ami a o clock, i; .MH at the Court Ho life door in Hickman. Fulton conntr.Kr , expoie to Pl'UMO SALE, to i lie iiitteat bwjar, ma rolloninc proper tjr (or in much thereof, at ma; le nGM-ttt- y 10 enjoyed in the past. Goods and the Very Lowest Prices!" will be my motto. Z tz The Old mutual INSURANCE Clrrk'i VIRTUE No. BYillrecitJ to OF i:.ECl'Tt0N from 070, tat, wlilcli lameJ the LIFE COMPANY, , vt sv. f . Street p"T roll for week ending April 27th U2 05 ACCOU.NT arjIH.-TaU- J OF STH'W irOBpE Has Been In Successful Operation Being conservative, motto being, 45 Tears, Its I. e.tt and mon ,, Jay Goulh, Baltzku Vtl.'hoAl ..l..,'ltcauthrrak.lo.n To effectuate the Objects law. BavstheCouner-Jouninl- . i Of trait, but good tasto ought to have prevented tho tearing down of llritish flags in Now York. They were displayed in honor of tho occasion, not for an insult. Patriotism is & coinnionilnblo .!.... la, xitia I. . Is it not evident that congress doubtless, n provision to defray committed a gravo and serious tho extraordinary expeuso which blunder in opening Oklahoma wjll bo cansod by tho uso of tho All Dress Goods included in lands to settlers, in responso to a machines. the Maxwell salo to bo pushed on popular clamor, boforo provision ' tlio market regardless of cost. A omo to Ruck Jiros., to get was inado for proper government Rrcat Inn, y 00(1 8tvea in tlje ijne your evo fitted )rreclly wit Ca ot the territory when occupied. 0Xamlll0 ,hein I spectacles nut eye clas'seB of nil Baltzek & Shaw. A beautiful stock of Ribbons, kinds. A full and complete stock - nickel, Laces and Flowers, together with of gold, silvci, tcol IFor th Ilirkman CoarU-r- . -vmiiivnn B.iicauwear.ni.-- , aua.ueuuio u MUHta aiuxiiixt. n.!2(i its. Jones' III, f ti.i. of the machines will bo necessary for each precinct, in order to nc commodate tho iTCMilential nnd Congressional tickets and those for Stnto nnd local officers. Even with this it is found necessary to provide for an ordinary ballot box to receive votes for candidates whoso names may not ho In the machines. Candidates aro to be taxed from five to fifty dollars each, according to tho value of U io offlco, before their naineB nre nt. wti fl.n iiiu ...r.nl.l..n iiiuuiiiiic:. H'l.tn rotirte this executor of Sam Salmon deo'd; levied upon at the properly of Q. HI. T. Salmon. TERM3-8a- le will be made on a credit COLORED CSMCTICV IxiTH. of tix raonlbt, bond wllh approvtd te On molloii, the price of lota to the colcurily required, bearing Inieretl at die ored cemeterj (round wa fixed at 21 rale of C per cent, jier annum, from day eenta per anuare foot, and notice h hereby of ante, and bating the force and tffect of len lo nil partita hain: preriouslj bar a Sale flond. s:ncu ici ;i:s in saw groui.ji ; come T. It. JOHNSON, forward and pay for amc by or before llie 6I1IT Fulton Co April 27, 1885-2firat day of June next, otherwise. lliey will I l charired tlia recular rrlce fir llirm. au.l all penvna owning lota In aaid grounds rmioeieii 10 report their localion to CouuellranBamas"c"l',P"e,,cb,e' The report hiving been circulated that I bad aold out and retired Irora the MiTiiiAsuatra'a KKroRT. llinery buines, take pleasure in The City Treaaurer preented tils report informing my lady friendt, up to (hie allowing amount in Treiaurj: la not true; but, upon tbe To credit General Fund Account, 5750 l3 contrary, I am now opening ol) 0," creiltt Debt Account, Jo up the inoftl alyliah line of MilliCiljr Hall Account overdrawn, 25 nery (ioodn ever brought to Hickman. The. report received and ordered filed. w Account of U. S. Murrclt for S2j uu tor preparing charter of Hickman Colter, rrenteU. A poll of the vote on iJ account being called, reaultcl at follows: Yeaa Parker, Shaw and Maxwell 3. Nn Smith, K.uiiare. liecknian. and .Mai or CowkIII . Account not allowed. ' IwteeMi.iT. XX"l nam la aiiuaa ns loo Dill joun Salmon place Said tale iubjeel to the purchase neiit ol liMlier and the aniiio uciuk "!? satiafjr the PlaiutilTB ilebt, Inter coata.) to wit: The Q. M. T. Sal- place, eontainloe about 800 acrea. . . ..." ..i . i. B0Ul ?n .l ,"Ii;,!"I",fP.tr' And enjoys a reputation ibr honorable dealing never surpassed by any other Company. ,' yet progressive, its success has been uniform and substantial. Stwep to Dispute a Jvst Qaim. New Millinery Goods! 1 THE MUTUAL LIFE Is the largest financial institution in the world. Its assets exceed those of the Bank of England. Its policies are after 3 years, so that no one who benon-forfeitab- ' j, MUIIT roUCEMA.I. By a unanimoua vote of the Council it wax decide! lo employ a night policeman with a Hilary at the rate ot $'i'i 00 per month, aaid officer to hold hit oftce at pleaaiire of iB Council; whereupon, Mr. Moxley wa appointed to that position, .1 .. I.I. iiuiici iu uririu .i iiiice. 1...I inn On motion the Council adjourned. W. L. McCirrOHEN, C. C. Vat fern Hnls nu! ISoiiiicIn, InrcM, ICibboiiN, Vc. MRS, JENNIE JUDGE. le Call and Uxatniuo my New Slock. raaa.wv y comes dissatisfied, or is compelled to discontinue his policy need forfeit what he has invested, but has the privilege of taking a paid-u- p policy after three premiums have been paid. Paid to policy-holderInsurance in force, Surplus, over all liabilities, s, . $270,000,000. ad 82,000,000. 7,9-io.on- :.. ASSETS OF COMPANY, There is a sect of fanntics at Rockford, III., who aro worshiping their pa6tor, Kov. J. G. Sweinfeith, ns Jesus Christ. Mrs Kcuuehnu of tho Presbyterian cliuroh, was tried Saturday for joining tills fanatical crew. She was expelled. Kemomber that the onlv com plete stock of Watches, Clocks,! oeweiry ami spectacles In Hick-tuais nt Iiurlitigamo's. apl2 u hi u ll ! . li J.I , Co., of St. Lorn VCp "5 to make Willnrd, Vnir Va.i.. t.,.ioi.,!ii. BT?'r,& C0V afeM ,he "" lnB,,ol PRODUCE WANTED AT ALL TIMES IN EXCHANGE. COUNTRY ' "J and 0 was upon the I- - For Piiea, f Phlhulelnhin; P. Sorg & nnd the same mapped, it "A good artielo of Goods at Reasonable Prices!" my motto. renjrthof tbat mirvev and eailmated coat Wilson & McCallllV. of Middle- COWGILL'S PILE OINTMENT. town, Ohio; Wclltnnn & Dwire, Of 'J"11 VnK'et accepted it, and. ultimately, ppropriation waa allowed. We may $af For Tetter and lllnfworm, Cjuincr, ill., and fievoral others : : : : IIICK.MJ1N, KENTUCKY. COWGILL'S TETIEE OINTZiENT. claim that thVy have been ly treated by Louisville VTBrehnnRO-- , praised. The councils, of course, hadlllSv.r- men. lid have foi' that retison Iheir pUuiIble reasoua for not cniminj thej "orJ"' "m made. I do not rem mber i Cowgill's rloasant Wona Syrap Chakles C. Ueid, a young law. formed theinselvefl into an yer, nnd James Lucas, n proini-nen- t elation by means of wici they ,"?r" ., "''" fll,t we need " SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OH no i ll business man, both of Mor-rilto- Im.ir. to adjnst thoir alleged prio.',0 ro,e .... , of 011 T1IS MONEY REFUNDED. Ark., have been convicted Jiiicec. incso grifcvnnces, Btr ll the plan and execution of the Improve-Statei trauicendental, at Little Itock of interfering with nro of a nature referring roent For Sale by the I'roprittor, that the particular tlio Judges nt tho Diiinmerrillc, to reclamations, inspection mill eiirtamro in the river at thli point, and J, W. COWGILL, Druggist, & P"''""1 Ark., election last November, nnd the desire of manufacturers to rf will bo sentenced. The result of have a voice in inspection nflaire, - -- JlANUPACTOKKIt8 OK ja( 83 Hickman, Ky. tho trial caused profound sensa- and many other matters Of minor tlee of the river, and the after reflux ink.! i tion. Importance. JtlSt what tllO result Ing away treat bunk of Ihe bank with it, of this dif3Mraike" 'l difficult to survey out n definite Wo havo enjoyed a flno WI0 cult to combination will be is ana determine, lint the fact lias coniennin.! A be e.riin a, to a aiopnlnR IMlfnl. MRll since wo ononed here, and if cloeo been made public' U'll' uw that the twelve j JZJXTJD lercur incoB,Boou jewelry atiiiiirst.c 'uss j manufacturers tho rent being dyniijfc' nould Irananlereo tlm composing work-- win Keep it, we nro sure to trtlSt, Having purcliaaed Mr. K. T. Oarlncr'a or combiuo, have given plelitotene depWUof blue mud and rehold our l rude. Htntlontry, Fancy Uuck linos. to cause an entire atoclc of Hook-Works-Engi- nes JiOUISVIJle tllO CO llttr- - ,rl,cl ""neo mucn lo'ce ing hns been rejected by Deleware. An effort was made to enact this system into a law, but tho two political parties split on tho question and it failed to pass. Several similar defeats havo beon experienced by this now system in northern states. The Australian system of vot- Editor Hickman Courier: I atinnnai it la nnw n tnt I.mI iIia ThO St. Louis iicnnbliO SaVS: e'rnment hat eommenreJ work unnn ih. "There seems to bo nil irrepressi-- , Hickman harbor, which we hope and ex- Tl,ble ani1 important im- bio rontict at prcfccnt between tho P00' wl" Xnow wl'0 ?"..Je leading manufacturers of tobacco aerve creilit nrprorr on the ono hand and the .nipec . for 1 prlime (ll8e Government l. notat on. ' tlOll warehouses at Louisville, apt i0 make Hickman, or any other place COtnbineil with tllO growers of, for harbor purpoaet. a handsome donation Kentucky and Tonnessee. on tho,w'"'OUM,,ealIl," - But we.. do know that . . -. ,he Kl,,T0 or hja always oilier. Twelve or tlm lfailinrr advocated the itt appropriation p Jr "J; hard nnd long for the nuccwa nnd workel uinuufactnrers of tho . I of the est, ItlClndlng LlgROtt & Mcy- - ure and to hate tbe neccwary aurvey weai made ers, Catlin Tobacco Co., l)rum-'- o that an estimate could be made n lotlolhe work liiond Tobacco Co. nnd Uutler& '?. "If amount A I1IO IIOYCOTT. frt. ... ANDREW II. $120,000,000. A. DAVIS, C. nALTZKIt, Agcrrt. I'mt. It. L. ALliXANHKR 1 falt.d"l . '. ', 0tt. liw What to Buy? Sr For Pore inQcew DUOlIAlf Stor-a-l A, Prut. 1. Eje. Being now located next door to my KOLLHlt MILL, MICMIil CAPITAL, rrjv ("! BJLHK. 850,000. " CQW&ILL'S EYS SALVE. For Neuralgia and Rhcumatiam, COWSILL'S WEASSL OIL. COR. OBION AND With n r, '"'PJ.'ifiv1 u". it .,. ntiary I will h! stock of OllOOKUIKS AND PROVISIONS. try to make it to the interest of my friends and customers to givo mo n trial. EXCHANGE STS, IIM H.Tl.l, KY. tinnt..&fi&VX&CXti BBS0-'"urv,:- J' Being rrsuUrly oKintwil 1D, for bu.lnta., wr rwpetlfully aollcit rl'ona or all. Allciitllecllont made for dtpotiiora free of rhaije. Approved paper running Hire or four nioutht, diicounlcd t lie rato of ki cent. annam. jr ',,', .,,'.,, AST HICSMAN DIBECTOBS' II. nOCIIalXtX. d, M terd.Sredut.i?-- JNO. W. MORRIS 'I X coMPunr. SON, Prop's, and Boilers. nnglO-l- y J. W. COW0II.U J.M.KKEU. W. C. J01IN80N C IIAI.TZKK. J. K. M. AI.CXAKDBn. ALEXANDER. HEUTWECK. BALTZER & CO. -- "MAScrACTCRnns CO CO of the celerrated f pr Hew Book Store. Fin Buggy Spokes? OOB1T IvTSJXj. WILL GRIND MKAL EVERY SATURDAY. FrZ7iiaa!Miiila'Lifr ffrtfyyt-JW- fi&Tk w IBfj BB5BB - m A v nil tiuy lu Mew York afforded tho hundreds of thousands of citizens and strangers the opportunity for celebrating with patriotic und mdor, tlm second day of the inaugural coromouies. 'ot only in 21 ev York, but i ovcry stato, observances of some character havo marked tho day. Alio tiny wo celebrate, and the causes for honoring nnd observing it, should bo kept alive iu the memory of the people. ...s...., """'"" i uiaimiuuH, I.ll.. nnu ueaaii. (heir stock iiriBiii ( br. nutlaro tne gtentcr portion 0f in Giualnniitl. N otions, ;iats, SUoos, FuriilsUingi" t. " ft.uu w"tratriou In th e cur-- Any th above MAGAZINES, be in stock will rent. IcvIdk half of Goods, Ti nuks, VnliRnsr &c.t wo A I,.! !iI.' in Kouluciy, theItbar in Mlasouri promptlyof procured setnp!ii would tlieu be alien. r uuiy competition. IfM minatory and more limocuoni. other. Come and tee me.uiu I wit IULTZBIt & SlUW. it would be nugntory. e2l J. CUNT. ELLISON- Uill Tad. imbrication in the bank, when Ihe real iruuuic i id uiu juxiapoiuion ui me town nnd tho river bank, and to inhibit the force of the eireumflnent pressure on llili aide ) would be by a eouuttrjioUe on the other, I Oooda, &e.. I will continue to keep on band, at the old si nnd, a complete lint of SCHOOL HOOKS, Agentsfor Morris Machine STATIONERY, NEWSPAPERS, jr e--t 3 A report conies from Oklnlto ma to tho effect that a gang of cowuoys uutienooK to run a colony of old soldiers oft" their claims, and that a pitched battle occurred, in which six of tlio settlers were killed and sevcrnl Nohth Oauom.va is threatened old soldiers were wounded. The evidently bad with an exodus of its black pop. marksmen, as none of tho cowillation. At a convention rocently boys o at reported dead or injured. held nt Haleigh delegates were in uttendnnco representing soven of Don't fail to sen the nine congressional districts In I sell for Five Dollars.tho Watches tho stnto. An emigration society H.'l- nUKUNGAMB. Amorican Minister to China reports to the department of state that tho siuglo tax on land provnils in China of Pokin. Taxes nro levied on lands, nnd aro proportioned upon the productive qualities' of the soil, l'ersnuul property pays no tax. Did floury Cxoorgo know this when ho began to advocate his theory! China is bnrbarian, but it may revolutionize the system of taxation in many civilized out-side Tub art 3t-e- am-bi- o hhu Wittta tlio TtfHt THAT i mi it! Iwllfifj UICiafAN, - Stall KENTUCKY Fine, ttyllah RICH for hire HIOKM AU V7 AGOIT, 2 ... -- aKHN-TITOKY- . (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) - Jri E.. h1 iT iI-- A tzjUi-E- I OPKNED, with new STOCK, out and out. TEIOI3 reaionable. Patronage aollclted. GROCERIES IXT AHHOI'llllUIlt ir oel30-J- y KINGMAN & BOMAR. I FURNITURE, EEEVAED t was organized, and seven com- inlHslonors were npnolntod to Iv ANSAM lino nflnn present ma out re negro iiniui n (nrnrlRn nni nni.. ...vl.tl..i.l , PO- - i countries. ... , mui.ua ... w u ...inuvfRii Hiiitos, Htntos, in iitroiliicitig its resour U 1 Journal. .esieget and overrun and overby tho colored men who tlcsire appointments as DeiiiiU They consider that Murshals. they ought to have recognition in histlupartinent for tho manner in which they havo supported his jiarty. MurHlial liurchett stated, however, to it goiitluman hut night that under no coiiHider.'itiou would ho appoint u black man a deputy of his. Ho says it would ho dangerous to do so. Courier I - "hh" ' uoi IIIVIIIUI1 111 15111. un igrating, and tho best place to go oi; fiucnce ofthis Kansas iHimillnri ty that Stato has mailo ranid pro iinniiiiiuu h'i"'i anil which ia nns tlon III MaiwiiaMJUrohuit has boon Union other St tcs if they but exhibited tl.uBll,o terprise, could, would n, l0ixll OCCUpy. Por illSt.ltlCP. infmrniz. ng tho vast overplus of linuiatilty in travail over Oklahoma., Kansas people have established dally nowspapeiH iu that overestimated laud lor the purpose of advertising Kansas. businc'sp, n prolltnblu business, too, witlrtho people of Kansas to buildj up Kunsas, and every Kaiihau Ipon- gageuiiiii. TimieMiilt is shown 1ILT 1 A terruilb railroad nccidont . on tlio Grand Trunk Lino ocourr. (JooJo delivered lo any of the City od near Hamilton, Ontario. MonTlio St. Louis day morning. Jo7l M K IUJIAL jumped tlio track and tlio engine ran into a water tank, tel oscoplng several cars. Tlio wreck took flro nnd eighteen persons lOWULTi I1U)CIC, woro killed, so vonteon being roast , rTTCSMAN KENTUCKY ' od beyond recognition. About twenty were niso injtirojl. There IIOUSU HAS HECBNTLY REEN were 50 passengers nn tlio train, rjlllIS up for the accommodation of filled which was running forty miles an Ihiimmcra and Ihe tratelinn public generally. Clean room, nice Ixida-- and aquare hour. ox-pre- HICKMANI oiv:n nut art trial I FURNITURE. Has a splendid slock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardwnro which arc ofTcrctl nt ONKPltlCE, and that the very lowest the market ustiflcs. All goods guaranteed to bo exactly as represented. HOTEL TEPIIENS DEALERS & nnYLER, IN ROOFING A SPECIALTY. THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. IIOLOOJHBE, iu:ai.i:r DRUGS, im 1 Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, IIIOICMA.Tt'. 1 1 III WIllUltM'Iltl iMniill. ' formerly Ool. A. S. YTTB ARE OFFRRINQ nit pradea of Plain, Meilhini and Kino Furniture at Krcally tho oditor of tlio Nushvillo AmorireJnred price, ne carry a full line, at all timca, of can, luts sued that paper for CHAWS, HOOKERS, TADLES, IIUHEAUS, WAS11STANDS, WARDROllXS' on account 8L'."i,000 of cortuin FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, CHAMBER SETS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, Jc, alleged libelous editorials, which to which we Intile attention, Our prices And filte lit a Irlnl and be conrinrcd. we marantce our prices lobe Hie lowest, Intimated, it Is claimed, that Col. nre m low at the lowest. ly- are l.ead.iirtcn on UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, and dlicount all (jnlyar was u boodlcr and corrup-tioiiisin this line. We carry n large lino of Wooden nnd Metallic Hiirial Cnnea. Col-yak- . VVe t. meala guaranteed In all who atop wllh ih. Travolihjj men will find too bctt of attention nt our houat. In addition, we carry a full line of KKNTUCKY. Itllllll, TAINTS Jill DW-STDFF- S, eompc-tlllo- n ft , DOU&L&SS BROS Ka)r IUpairing nd Job Work a apeclally. US' RI'IIKSCI'TIOINB CAIIEFULLY COMPOUNDED. " rL.JM,mmmmm iwfimm WK)altortMmtJ&HKnilBnKKtRm&te . .rJ..aiw.aaaaai. r-- ".. "aUA - I alifcA aaaaW KmtrHIHHHHIHIHHIIHIIHBHiHHBHIHHIHHHHR!. V . ' r" Mb7HH - TBIF . aajajsajjajjy-p-F - "' v-- p jv The Next Ghaptei of Horrors is now .Begun. . Old customers of the house, and iho Having bought the Maxwell stock of Dry Goods at a Biy Cut, will now continue to knock the bottom out to the horror of competitors. general railing public, will find a New and Complete Stock to select from, and are most cheerfully invited to call, and they will find thcir..,pockct-book- s will m s have a healthier look, after buying, than it they had purchased elsewhere. 1 BUT ZER & & SHAW Itcmcmber the place j f 3r Mows. WILL ItALTZKIt, HKADY SANDKUS, ntul KI). DANOY will ho foimil behind our counters icady tt welcome their old friends and Customers. IBALTZBR AND II A V B WIS I ' AB IS AND r y STILLTO PROPOSE THIS SEASON O U T I) O NK A Jj h .IP 0 SHAW. IDT TSSE L1&9, STAY THERE! II. M. Maxwell's old stand. Sec' Local .Notices cLowhcre in tins ibsnej -- .m, &- t HM 15 II EPFOUT8 IN T II K ...:n he the got We GOODS, showing. triithlully atpnd?onjs Veep a ud enn .1 1.. .....1 say..II ji.... nowhereI s.. this..1."V.i!.. I...i...n.i. bund fclinllt l.l.l. . lino of 1.1GENERALtliml drriln n I T SHOES, CLOTHING, etc.,- as f we arc.... rli.i..)M.i tH..nA.n.1 .i... Im.Ia r.. 2Joton in m... bottom notch, and ..proposirto t?A thcms down, and will not t I .... .... I I1 n.t.t .a fA. .".. 11.. linitfn iIil4Ia .il.a. ..!! a..b. (nl.n 1 .&.. .?.... lllill IWIICY 11 u Bllull CUIHIIIlie uur iiuuu mini uui ouius nun nwnnjwl uu iiuusu in 4.x..... im;i ivu uuu oniiuil ill uui uni iiiuiiu utou uuvui til jjuicct l a7X....a Ufiu iuir jycuiniy, ..... I. vauvvii mi' iiuiiy uimi'ix:il ill. Jtl.. Ulilhl! llll'jmmil 1.. uumiium, umi niin-.lunii. uiiniii5 Wo are showing the most engant line of invite you, one nnd nil, to call and examine our Spring Stock. Wo have too many Bargains in every line to enumerate here, but will be pleased to show them to you. hereafter. We cordially Ci SELECTION AND DISPLAY OF OUR SPRING AND .., SUMMER .,... Tir !., 7") ?- n l' tc I O C 1 K ( -- -' H ti J I . .1.-- HfWiWVfSB .CAA5rt A T?ti.e "fcojst jstooliL of itff T'WfifiitfO W M ff: tfl M-- mf- MHBYt.M iRS'w;? W.tWBife fill 'TS 'T- - BMM SmCIWT rrii Shoes ALL OK &;Xici WILL Smith, Ellison The Leadine Jeweler! BURLINGAME.!? Tho LarKout iviul Hoot Stock w-J- j WHICH UK Slippers. SOLD AT LOW T13l FIGURES. WE GUARANTEE most I3oriToot Flitting: Olotla.i3a.Qr. SATISFACTION! A & Co. ? ? Sj' ? 5 1 BE SURE TO BEAD THIS, ii f Ph m - of mXnJJ r3P rJ SELECTION O J? Wntches, Clocks, .Tewolry, m9 (0)- - '5jA SpSi Spectacles, Musical 4 W H m II A V E A V E K Y CHOICE rnstnimonts CITY. ! 2 LACES, DRY GOODS IN ALL LINES. Fine-- t, H SILK GLOVES, TO BE J?OUND IN THE Our DRESS GOODS arc the Prettiest and most Moderate in Price, ever shown in this town, with nice Trimmings to nialcfr, IMPORTED EMMIOIDEUIES and RIBBONS, ftom the cheapest to the mobt costly. Tho very best quality of Ladies and Misses FRENCH SATTEENS, CSriro i rott WV 1 m: i.i.i.isi.ATt.iu: trcvl Him niwnne 14 nutttnr JACKSON MtrVMian nr t j and carringo. As these goods wcro tlmi of lii l)rmmiit ar; liouehl at n blsr reduction, wo CAN ntul wil.r. boII them Vi:UY low, whilst realizing ns much profit as competitors who et regular prices HA LTZKIt & SHAW. apll) H. 1C. DAVIDSON, DlINTiST, is poriiiiincutly locateil in Attention is directed to tho Tli oho wlnliiiiir Dental f Work, of nny l.iiul, will plcuso cinl u( AlrM MnrmkO A Klilprk, Ibe llltkmtn llou.f. Thli liomf call on him. OMco over tboroiisliljr OTirluillrJ nuJ tt bi juKS 1 lmri llii of I he licit (Irtitml uf Kminekr. iiljrcl o tli ml Kii'lOn r rndi.lle (o W. A. w37x'blX Ladios, AttontionI a, in Solid and Fancy Colors. COTTON HOSE, SILK MITTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, &c, can be found on our Counters, at Remarkably Low Figures. tSM&'Mi (unnllr rrnrewn! in be i On our counter, will ho found a Rnnerlt lino of Ni:v KMiutoii). rkii:h, to bo Bold at about cost ilCAR RYTlFO LLOWING a LEADERS lJ T'TRADE MARr'li Wc have a very largo it J" uurtment of JiOCAIi NEWS. IJ Tho I I MaADIES 2253 &3LSH0ESM & MENS 20. 25P 3 $ft W ) Xiadios and Misses CUSTOM-MAD- !f$fatiC$ Wc havo the very best class of Staple and Fanoy E Sippets aa& Shoes which GROCERIES which can bo bought from us as low as any house cm &cll. Mick-nm- This Cclcbratrd innko of SIIOI'S can only be found at SOLE AGENT, IN HICKMAN, KY. roprle-lorio- arc made in tho VERY LATEST STYLE, and for Wear and Comfort. THEY CAN'T BE Cow-.'HI'- h Druu' Store. furnlilint. Tlirjr nollcit a ln In tlim Initio. Now Is the time, nnd Hnrliii punu's is tho placo to buy Watch-ch- , lluok Hros liuvo Wntohpn no Clocks and Jewelry, cittiAr. cheap as $2.00. -- Tho Chief Signal Service Oni. Tho work of opening Moncow Afi'Dii U Hend tho SlHTin Sale notice 1'Iioiik. ibre of public BEAT! f roi.iiii( Uattj. 7.rC, Iheliptontllld llOilliglil, UomUj. A lovely Hue Piunforo Slippers nt .10a, worth at ItALTZKU ,V Siiaw'h. Mr. A. !'. Hnntwood, editor of MelhoJUt Church ! Hill going on There hate been 14 profetiiona and ISacceiiionn ' 13 !' church. To Ibe regret of nuny, llro lloberti nai called home on account cer at Wuhington h IphucJ orJfm tb.it of rlckneii in hit family. Iter. II. C. la future wealhrr rrilietlon uliall b I Malhewa Ii now aialitlng in the ineelin;. ! On ntil humlay eoinmunlon aervleee will iuJe for two or tlirc ila a In iliiic, of Iwcntr.fonr hour, hrrrtofort b helJ anil canJiJatca trill be rccencJ Into the church. Oil eiiitoui. bit protracted mooting at tho TO Mr FRIEXDS work-benc- ba I am now connected with tho .(owelty establishment of E. A. Hurliugnme, whero I will have full charge of tho nnd am nronared to maintain my ronutn- tiou as a competent wntoh-uinker. AXD FORME li PATUOXS: PAINTS, OIL, A. IV 1 Wo havo just received some nice two and tln-cply, ALL WOOL, CARPETS, - Building Material. Always on wIu ilia ciljr funJy of lints nnd Hon licit) iiIm ays uu hand at .Mrs. .1 ouea. .ht. .1. II. Konlitiui will preruih morning; Clirlitlitii Cliureli. mnr lUtt rfnz at itiU icon of ibowar U'bot, oat anJ I lie iiieadtfri ar ill look in; Ubc, ttoek are in roI onillllon anl the farmer nre nublnir tbln ami aia well ad Riieeil with their work! Tho farming outlook wna never r.irnaols before buying. Seoourciegnutlinoof Tatosca mny3 J. W. Si'KAUauAN. vi.so t hand, and will compete with any niaikct in this line. Ualtzeu vc Shaw. onthn-iliu- -- Nothing inJ ctcsIe; st ttc Ito flght between mlgotjr Tru; mill Unmn Ciljr U gelling liuU J.kcllun on Ine 1Mb. r..! !,ug eight r Uji.rir.g tl.i crop in r.atnncrn Kentucky. Tho con nly Tho nroloueed Duck HroBiuo drouth, cool iMa equal the In view of the proh.-.hl- o high on New earth to TiicJy, to dttnonatration In York, rommrmorate Ic of binding twtuc (or the coining centennial amilverrnry of Inaugu iaret, the Weetern agrtcultcral frem It llo of Washington, tli rtrsttheI'reaidrnt rathm anllallnf llie iiibjuet anil the farmem n of tbe United Slatti, if wo may juJce bv rloHl roDHlJering boff the can get the newapnper roprientilon, Tbey aay along without bnjrlDg twine at all. wordt cannot describe the deuso mata of my trlenett ami ciMtnmere who patrotiln-- l me lilierallr last aeasoo, (hat I will my Ire Cream 1'srlar to juorra', nj-cS.iturJny, Ma 4th, next ilosr In Hliaw'a Mr Jim.- -' M1IIU Riocfrj, and nppnilt and parade probably ever occurred in tho way of uUnu Notioi I wish to inform nil humtnlly, mil Of artillery, 1(0,, &o. tho unbounded tiilliu!ni, llapi and bunting, tho thunder of dtuj ft Co' lelrf'liony llnu run from Snnjrno nioro to hl reilJiMict In Kill lllck flue CJold and Silver WiiIcIich. Dr. Jas. Hubbard In Imvine reciviiif, daily, inaa, y ul .j .MrJotiif Uni. Work will i Mr. Ohns. A. Douclass, who linn Iwn nlnfnl for nlwill ajrr, iloln iiuluww-- l t.uln, M(u, returned liomo en All goods Indvertiso in thcao columiiRnroM'iW. I havoBOconil-hauWat oil or to sell from $1.50 to $10.00, but tho Watches I havo lrouli lli'timl, Ciilcot, .to., DHI AIm'ii.vh. mi lltiiKtt advertised before aro now goods. OS? Delivery Dread Wagon will visit ilo lauilingt. now Yntohi's, fiom i?.j.U0 you every day. Our Whito Goods, llko our Iiranil It. M. MCTHEXY. JalS if A Bolld Gold. Btoiii'Wlndlnp KmbroidcrloR, should bo boou to to $8.'i.00, mid tho W.OU ones aro Goods not WaterbttryB. WbIii Watoh forTwonty.llvo Dol. bo appreciated. And, in fact, a full line of NEW GOODS in every department, and I am pleased to niuiounco that H. A. IIuiilinoami:. I.ua, at litiiliuuuuio'a. iuny3 Haltzku & Shaw. Ho invites an inspection havo secured tho scrvtcos of Sir. at Prices that Defy Competition. Tho Htrnwhcrry crop, In this Thogrnnd nbiootof tho Knights J. W, Strnughnn, who is known to of ids Stock before purchasing olscwhorc. He guarThoohinoli bugs thrcaton ruin "ctlon, m bocn ctll lirl bjr H'O cool to wheat In portlona of thl) county. On of Honor U lo hrlchien the deiolato liomen, tho pooplo of Hickman and vicinantees satisfaction in Quality aud Price. nllicr nnd mntlniioim Jronlli. Tlie the farm or J. II, Cook npoln of one and to make lighter tliu gloom nnd easier iho ity as a will bo HtDixll nnJ daiimgcil. burden of Iho HOrrowinj,' ones, to bring iwo aore" "o literally dead, and Iho All work will bo given prompt nnd ! aro that they will cilend nTcr tho peace nnd quiet to troubled minJy. We Tho Educatioiinl mooting at EAHT XXXCIC3CA?r, ICY. entire llelJ. Theio liufta are nlo in Iho ask your earneit conalderillon of lis alma thorough nttcution,aiid utiuiiaon-ablr.Kliicah MJ 21th ami "Mt, you may fid It liicum-leprices. corn .lelda. Tin? opinion prevail lht tho and objects, that of Muy Hilt nnd J lie fill, u upon you to cneoiirHge It by your inny3 li. A. Huiiungamu. ciom of llili acction will bcRreaily on tho irIulJ jrorauis. dale, tbey own aupport, nnd by brlugliig It In the If not mined, hut, up In notice ol jour frlendi and your neighbors, fields and neighbor Hopniring flno wntohen a oxlit only In UolMei Tho Iron Mountain Railroad that they, loo, may como In, and help on Company (a part of Iho Missouri l'acifio v . "lieclnlty. All work guarantoed. hoods. lo a atllt more c'orloue future an instllii Bjrleinl tins ilcelded to discontinue nil J tuck Hi Wo have sold over ouo liuiiil lion IIihI has tilled ltli grulitmlc and Joy buiul.iy oh. train except thote dtLined absothe hearts ut thouxnds of widow nnd Pndueali will hnvo two Impor- - red pair of flpcotnulosN within tho orphans, ami that bears upon It thu bless, lutely necessary for transporting malls or Uoos nil kinds of Itfnohiuo Work. Repairing dono with Neatness liiRt few hcoIcb, nnd of courBO wo nit inretinuH In May. Tim SoutliwrBtPrii live stock. nnd Despatch. He guaranttc nil ice do to give ttitiij 'action. Having Jliilicil AKiiclntlon on Hie lllli, mul llio can boII tho best for tho least iugaof the great I'ather iihivc. Tho members of Kentucky L.oJ,jc, thlnoily, hnvo located with now tools, nnd tho host Machinists in tho 1'nlrlct Kilusntlonnl Aimoclatlon uu Ibu money. Our stock is tho largest laid la, all told', since Us orsiiuliallon, West, wo solicit n slim 0 of jour trade. llh nuJ DEALERS IN 2'i. and boat that was over brought to on niscssmenla, $2t,:l.l3 ", Mid there has Ibe undersigned having reomllr re. Piping, Brass Goods. &c. constantly on hand. UliUOS. MEDICINES, BOOKS, ST.VTIONEUY, an.l School SnpiiIIe. beeu paid to the widows nnd orphans of IlllOK Huos. Now potatoes Hold in Chicago, Hickman. Ft. Umiii, mul other Itniliiiif niiukcl. Int deooascd metnbera of Ibis lodiie, fw.000, fittel ami rejuvenated tho lUGRMdJi" Fancy GOODS, TOYS, au.l TIC! WX E5 Miss May Hello Gregory, of Total aioount of Iwnelils paid to funUies ROUSE, deilre to call the intention of Wo nro ngonts for Saw Mills, Engines nnd Hoilors, Iron Fencing, "e V, at lliu rniu of $1(1 a h irml, mul now . Shinglo and Heading Cornish Work, Cylinder decciiwl members Ihroiiglioul the its old patroui, and Ibe people of Hickloninloct iiolil tit $10 to f 1J a Inulicl, in Nashville, Tetni , haii been nwafilcil tho of VINES and I.IQUOKH, cr Medical ose. SUNDRIKS, TAINTS, OILS, man and vicinity, to Iho fact that they Saws, Pumps of all kinds, &c. prize of "Queen of Itrauly uf the United United States 520,070,001 04. mo Hnme market. are prepared lo furnish accomMniea." Iho Now York Morning Journnl AaKNTSKOC T1IK Bring your Watches, Clocks, modations In a vary manner. Itoiiioinhnr that It Ih no troublo CAiixi'd iiicturea of Iwaullful glrU lo Ira We feel coufldent that all who will pat STAVE SAWS IS0IL1 WORK AND for Ituck Hi dm to show ou their colleoltd frcm nil poluU throughout the Jowelry, &., thnt need repairing, well Mock of Jowelry, &., even If you Unllel Slnten, nnd nllowed ila ailhvrlbcrJ to Hob lluok, oppoalto Mil SIiiuv'r roniie a ut will be word pleated, nnd will one, favorable lo their friends. grocery, at Uncle Hiob'. and ho poak Ittspeolfully, jlo not buy nnj thing. Wo invito to (elect by ballot the mont lionutiful Mlaa OriRory "a Iho fortunato winner. will icpair thoin na a tV llUHCIKIFI'IOS.S A" HPr.CIAIsTY.nia MAU3AC & SHIl'EK. everybody to eull and examine our alio Ih a Ofllco near N. & 0. Depot. Cor. 7th aud Moscow Avenue. nnd ruildeii with r mayil-l- w ap'JG I'roii's lllcluiau House I i wuikmtui ahould. Mock. Mr. Wm. Mrr, No. II, N. IIIkU btrcctd county. Mo , hna received from the ruu-MinMtiiifhU ii , Amerlian Oonmil at Cairo, Esypti none l,f October. wattrmulon wed, nnd Imn ulanled them In Tho iron hull Bleamor Choro-In- - Ibe virgin noil of that count). The seed nuile tlio run from MiiiiIIh to til. tint procured from Damlonta, near Je 1oiiW, 4M mile, In Ixtr-nliuiiri and runaleui. liftj-fivo ltliu.I In flhi Iniii mul Ten t bocln in thirty dnys farmU lo write a aerlm of articles for lb Countca on thu subject of NAXNIK DOIIURTY. nerytiion!. an InproTcd Hoad Latr for i'ullon and Tho prntrnnted umotinir will Hickman eountlc. The dMm if th U'i;ln at tho llaptlut Church on next Sun. articles U lo elicit an Interchange of il.iy, otn intt. Kin. it. u. nooeru win thought nnd oxpcrlcnc-- between our farmTho Chrtetlan ers tnd citizens a to belter county roads, nreaeh on Mondnr nlcbl rpcllioJ of Ipeopln of Ihia cominiinlljr ara earnrelljr nndgtjie citrliig- - llicni ThcTeTIi no aubjvot o( greater material In. reiuclieil 10 niienu aim vie " In the meeting. lorcst to our people, nnd we hope leading Entrrprlso fanners will take an Intereot In the er of IhU county, Usq. Kennedy, a leading iiithi Mlil-alp- b't and killed, Tuesday, below ' Tiplonvllle, by Iwo men by Ibe name of Carver, lbecirveri arc crotcers, ana rel I on Nlanl No 8, this county, flood-al- e was a foreman on the farm of Capl. Jim HarrUin Lake county. Some days since ha bail norrotveil a sklu from the which wo prnpnM to put down lower proinlslng brothers, when be Csrier they wero'ver sold in Hickman. reached hnme to sctiil it back. It Isslaled liTr that he did hire n man In compliance with die promise, but tlie litrea roan from some causo failed lo return the skiff. The Carver became incensed at this, and Imagined that (loodale intended to ileal the skiff, and with this i'W they hunttl Uoolale, found him. and In the troublo that emued, one of the Carvers shot him. They Immediately tied, making their way back to ihiir home on No 8, but on Tuesday night a posse from LaUo county pursued and arrested them, and look them back to Tiptonrille, where they aro now held. The particulars of the shooting are net obtainable, but from present Information the killing was not justifiable. ? A man by the name of Good-ale,wasih- Mattings, Oil Olotlis, Hugs, &o., than t T And our friends will appreciate this fact when they call and examine tho line and Low Prices wo can give on tho very best class of Goods. GIVE US A CALL, AND TO YOUR WE WILL MAKE tTr.W-!- IT TO INTEREST BUY FROM .US. dfV el case, JLmtergf Has juM, n& the m.ukctP, B MnlJcn, Mo., to g Iralui will .bo Tho OliHrleston ay lust Judge J. l Jlrown, n. ATTENTmNTEVERYBObY ! F. P. KENTUCKY, Wall, CAYCE, returned from -- 1 of pl Having bought out the Clark Ilakery and uroccry, i. will bo pleated 10 tee all my old friend and customer. CROw SdiEkJ P'Rophibtoe-s- nna is now OPENING UP a I Dry Delivered Froo of Gliargc. kk lotions, AND -- Hats, Shoes, 1 ber-Hi- n first-clas- s watclt-miikc- proa-pi-o- la o CALL SEE II1M & Qq nl ri dam-bj-im- I, Jno. W. Morris & Co., Pipe-Fitting- W E? w&'SP'gk Stnvo-Saws- firtt-ola- ss home-llk- u HISTILIM Domestic Sewing Machine. (jpra-isnT- llrst-olas- s ecliool-ti'iche- - JJ JUa,.. '. ty 'im ..ii in ii - 'uyu.t m .- rv : ti. "'?"s- - unii i'M;.t L.ii& w LT- - aJEy,SaHr-'- j&sUg7t' - ef , 'a - ,, - V fewwr (' ,Hjrt4v" I - , - -,-- r -- ,. ..s 2 V "' ii aJizaafcaaaaaa salaam, .aa -- aw iaif. ... tfV tr-r- r afc. . .:sfc-,- "' ? r .. -- V' kt oItTt"' -- ' Jji! HBflllKjLi.x. ijtewtan mil iiiii-nm- w ;vsn" S'. 1 1 1 1 T t 4. 5 But oven through this Cimmerian dark, Ideal of the event ho bcoims himself th NO TKOUBLE. EXTINCTION OF A RACE. A DANaSnOUS COUNTERFEIT. tho ncsa shot n fUroo n hlch illumined the com-l"- g ovont. One hundred yoars ago of g procession of foreign Ambassadors, (Irernbarks llenr-Incentury, tad kept bright tho beacon Lookout for Ovulti. In 18711, of an Old Unman, the Tho architects of consti- (titesmen and Generals, of civic societies Ires of the l'ortrull nf Daniel Webster. Last of the TMiiianlans, A Grand Trlbuto to tho Momory tutional Ilbertr. formed their institutions aud military companies, which cscortod Secretary of War lnformd of Qule freedom Hr. Louis, April 51. About fifty conn with wisdom which forecasted the future. htm, inarclud from Franklin, square to A lollor from Hobart, Tasmania, to of Qoorffo Washington. tude In Oklahoma. bills, greenlacis, United Uio to terfelt Pearl through uroot, They may not have understood at first tho Pearl Springfield Itopubllcan tolls tho this up to Jlroad and wholo truth, t'lt, for that which they know, llroad, Htatci legal tender notes, Issue of 1S". saw only but tho people lory of tho entire extinction of n raco they had the martyrs' spirit and the cru- snot, rod seal, with lgnette ot Daniel Thoughts SugRrstcil liy the, Centennial of saders' onthu'I.ism. Washington. As ho stood upon tho ATbouisnd Doomrrs llsturn ti Arkansas '0," o within tlio of a generation. Webster In comer, wore tenthe Ilisiictirntlnn nf Our I'irst 1'resl- City. Tho government of the republic by n Con- steps ot tho old Government building hero, 'a Tlio natives of Tasmania or VAn to the United Btates subTreniury dered gress of Btafs. n diplomatic convention of tho thought must have occurred to hi m that of nil llltliirleal nnJ as such givnnd locnl tanks nnd bustiieti homos hero tho tunlutun.ttra nf twttv rninmonwcntth. It was a cradle ot Land nutnlienid about 7,000 stiin ni'il i:riinntiilr V ASiiiNciTOX, April Nobis after sewn rears' trial, was falling ing n bright omen for tho future. Inthess All ot the bllti nero In when tho lslnml wna colonlzeil In 1803 y rscelvsd a telegram front i special yeiterdsy. asunder. Thrrfttcnrd with civil war among halls In rat. In tho trial of John Zenger, the haudi o( Innrceut parties, and and wero r kindly, pleasant lwople, Tho follow Injr In n synopsis of tho oration its members, insurrection ami lawlessness had been established for tho first tlmo In its agent of th Department at Cliithrls to the been Hero tho effect nireiti riclltorcd I))- - Hon. I'hnunccy 31. Pcpow, rifo within the Mates, foreign commerce history the llbortr of tlio prut that at Guthrt. Kln.n.i... ,...- - no estltimt have sivernl undo. Hank who wcro not cannibals like tho inhabiers ",-- . hundred lisve tbnt .Li Mil)., nt tho C'oiitcnutal of tho lnaujrura-tlo- n ruined and Internal trade paralysed, its cur- New luisAwumuiv, In Kill, mado iiiui'iii- - nfclliAt, ri lalnndu, aud askotl of tho rency worthies. Its merchants bankrupt. lrcs-lilo" Wfl. "a ' first B,?'"p of Oeoree Washington, 5 no.tiL?.i..,iB,ih6i.ttwo.iv. tant to bo lot othor Hut when tho crows Zl "?' ord,r r d ht.T closed. Its alono. only Tho bills can bo dcttctsd by tho luforl Mates, from tho stops Its farms mortgaged its markets n helpless tho of tho United of tho United Colonial labor unemployed. It was like of any kind ar ority tf tho portrait of Wei tier, by tho of tho sonlors that Infoited tho region of tlio Treasury llulldlng, New York, April wreck upon the ocean, tossed altout by tho aclloti. House lu without fo.m.l.tinn In this old Btato SO, ISO: poorseio'l wuik In tli t ;lit hind cormr rondo attneks on them and carried off tides and ready to bo engulfed In the storm lTtnvthj Stamp act congress, tho Chicaoo, April Wo celebrate tho father of Aracrlcau tho Centenary of our Washington gsve tho warning and called first and tbi and by tae btd spicing enn tlm their women ami children, thoy uatuf ago tho for action, ft w as n voico accustomed to assembled and nrcsonted to tho ' cblson, Tonska nod rJnnt V". i.nrn.,t words "this note Ii n Isgsl Nntloimlltv One hundred jeors toinler. Ul ally avonjrod thomsolvoa on tho whlto United Mates liojran their existence. The command, but now entreating. Tho vet- English Government that vigorous protest claim V. Vs. li.ll -and ce,TL hlch caused tho repeal of tha h!" J",t tns ,.,,.111 iwworsof povoniiiicnt w ero assumed by tho erans of tlio war and tho statesmen of tho ti ,ns..b,?ck.of ' ii! s i, I. ths ..... .i. 'till " ,n . ottlcrs, whom they killed nnd wiioao -. on . word . : Tho cnecKeu mo nrststen tnwiiius tno ustirna. of tho llcpubllc, and they became Itevolutlon stepped to tho front Jh'0iIo " . ,0 the sff-that countsrlel', and V not btrn """V In houses they burned whonover nn 0- tho nolo sourco of authority Tho solemn patriotism wliioh had been misled, but had tlon which lost tho Amcrlcm colonies to I ?..:. hni much in . ceremonial of tho first Inauguration, tlm never faltered li above the Interest nf tlio llrltlsli empire. Within these walls tho iiuis or no foundation exists circulation in ten years. Nine yenrs ago portunlty offered. Tho settlors mado for tho reciitruino. that ..in.,. n u- reverend oath of Washington, tho acclaim Ktatos aud the jealousies of Jarring Con- Congress of the Confederation had commistveral men making this counterfeit wero war In return, bolnR greatly nlded by a of tho muliltudopreotlnB their President, federates to find the basis for iiirton. "It is sioned Its Ambassadors nbtoad, and iu Ineflahoma are suffering for supplies. Kpeelal quoer habit tho Tastnnntnns had of fectual ctforts at government had created ant to the penitentiary from thli city. mnrked tho most unlinio event of clear to me M A, H, C," said Washington, modrm times In tho development of frco that nn extension or Federal powers tlio necessity for tlio concentration of Fed. attention la bslng given to this matter by kroplng firve burnlnff when they slept the compiny and commliiarlei. Emigrant The occasion not hu w ould make us one of tho most nappy, era! authority, now to be coaummt'l Mai institutions. ROA8TEDALIVa to frighten nwny spooks. Thcso tjuld- m tho wealthy, resectable and ow erf ul nations Tho first Congress ot tbo United States outfits and other necessaries ot life are nccldent, but n result. It Msno-lei(nrpiei Tuken I'rom tlm Wreck cd their whlto enemies to lliolr hiding culmination of tho hoiking out by mlchty that ever Inhabited the terrestrial glolx). gathered in this anciont temple of liberty, hurried forward as promptly n uil-blmany centuries of Without we shall soon be greeted Washington and accompanied him forces through nf an Hi prut Trxln Out of sorlilern places, until tho natlvos finally took to them All trains, they say, are moving It was every thing which is tho direct retcrso. I to the balcony Tho famous men visible tho problem of Killed Only Two llodlrs Are llecogiilsn. Inaccossablo faatnosses lu tho bush, while it Is ImposlbU tJ handle the triumph of a system, the applicanot nbout him wcro Chancellor Uvlngstou, predict the worst concqucuces from a tile. Vice President John Adams, Alexander all freight offered without dslsy, ths above tion of n theory, or tho reduction to proo- limping Government, always movHamilton, O.it, Apill 89. A terrible whenco thoy broke out In forays upon ing upon rrutohes, and tottering at every Hamilton, Governor Cllntou, Jlogcr Sheriraiue nre receiving ipe.lal at rslliorvl nccltleit occurroil on ths Urand Isolnlcd farms. Tlio (lovcrnor tried to step." Tho reiponso of tho country was the man, ltlchard Henry 1co General Knox nnd tentlon under speclfla lnsUuctlom from Trunk, near this city, at nlns o'clock ye- - bring thorn to terms by sending them Tho Ilaron Steuben. Hut we lielloto that among convention of ITS, at Philadelphia. ' Declaration of Independence wai but tho tho Invlsiblo host nliove him, at this supreme the management. , terday morning. his frlondly The St. I.oult ovprcas proclnmntlons sottlti(rfo b moment of the culmination in permanent vcBtlbulo ot tie temple which this Intentions by moan, of pictures repre '! With no successful triumph of the thousands ot years of strugv erected. afternoon train from brought water tank. Two cirt ts'euobo I, and senting black follows and whiles clasp- were tho spirits ot precedents togulde It auspiciously worked gle for fire. took out the problem of ( oustltutlonal Govern- the soldiers ot tho revolution who had noout onetnousaud pastenRersfromlluth-rl- e Immediately the log each other's hands, wnlklng togeth All and other points In the Territory. y powor and homo died that their countrymen might enjoy ment, and of Imperial dead, seventeen In number, have been this blessed day, and with them wcro tho facility Ii provided by tbeSsnta Ke l.l.ll mil ... I.I t.fl H..I .. - er, etc As this did not work, n cordon supplementing each other In promotTIl, nlu Ilarons of Itunnymede and William tho Hallway Company for the rapid trsnsfsr It. H. ing the gramltur of tho Nation, and preserv(lurn.y, of Chlcaga He was In- - I of 3'000 ll1lor w" 'orracd across tho ing tho libcrtj of the individual. Silent, nnd Sidney and Ilussell, and from' ct passengers and freight, notwlthitand-ln- g tslltlv killed, but not l.urnnl. An ltllnn tSllltlU WIII0II inOVCU SOIltn WlUl mo IU Tlio deliberations rf great councils have well nnd Hampden, and the heroes and reports to the contrary. Superintend. name unknown, w as also Instantly 11111. tcntlou ot corraltnc nil tho natives In vitally affoctit, at different periods, the lnnrtvrs of liberty of every rscw and g. As ho camo forward, tho multitude in tho ent Turner and his assistants havs worked history of the world and tho fate ot Emo The other lnyond tho Tnsman's peninsula. It wosn tremendous pires; but thli Oongre3 bulldcd, upon pop- streots. In tho w lndows, and on tho roofs uaeceatlngly for the comfort and oiiven-Unc- e possibility fifteen of Identltlcatlon, Abut twon-t- y undortaklnf, nnd whon It was finished ular soverclgnti9tutituttona broad enough sent up such a rapturous shout that of the publlo ever since the Into embrace tlio continent, and olastlo Washington sat down overcome with weie Injured, but on y one or two er si extra louily. None ot tbe train hvidi wero at a cost of 300,000. tho rownrd con enough to ft 'all conditions ot race emotion. As he slowly roso and his tall crease In travel. The oxporlonco ot and majettlo form again appeared, tho train will be given regular scBedille time killed, Hi flrrmsn llng allgntly burned ststod of just nno roan nnd a boy, who and tradldtn. nas demonstrated people, deeply sIToctcd, In awed itllonco from lb Mouth. All Is quiet atCuthrle, and receiving n bad soilp woumL n hundred drears luid lioon caught whilo asleopi thJiso for ns thpe'fectlon of tho work, for de- viewed the scene. Ilia Chancellor sol- Kingfisher and Oklahoma City. wero tho only nnllvei who had been emnly read to him tbo oath of oOlcc, and fense iafnt foreign foes, and for Fatal FIjnlhThTilljhwiy. seen during tho whole operation. Tlien against doinettto Insurrection, Washington, repeating, said! "I do solemner CiiAiTANOotu, Tk.ix, April expansion In imputation and ly swear that I will faithfully execute the , Hobart bricklayer, nnmod DABY WORKING A JURY. Gcorgo development, and for steadv ofilce of President of tho United States, and mitcrial Point Hock. A'n , J. T. Pr t:c sot and eroffth in Intellectual freedom and force. will, to tho best of my ability, preserve, Her Inllueare lu Her father's Trial for killed J. T. (Ireei. Hot'i men are far- Augustus Koblnson, who had sludlod IIOS. CltACKCET M. DirHT. tho lnngiingo and customs of U10 Tna-Its continuing Influence unon the welfare protect and defend tho Constitution ot the mers, and bid bho I rxlitedbMweot tb"n Murder Sympathy Cains lUlit Then ho reiercntiy tlco of the abstractions of philosophy. The and dcstlnr of thd human rare can only lio United States," On Iridiy Green bunt'd f.r Prince with a tnnnlnns, ollered to go nmong ihein. by tho low aud kissed tho country, th heredity antf envir- measured enjor thocapacity of man to culti- bent iitllk nrrifAimil amntlnass lllblc, utter-atime, tho t'Vtrt Vistln threatening to kl him, Yjs. acquaint thorn with tho (lovcrnmont's U 0 os hex, Iiid, April 57 A(tr sixteen shot-guonment of tho people, the folly of Its ene- vate and and law. boundless opportunities Is.. niMI jiiiiiuitiiit UU1UMUU his V livtji tilU. Goo." Tho Chancellor w aved Tho eloquent characterirolies and disposition, and bring them In. Ac mies, and tho noble courage of Its friends, of liberty mur- - trdny thoy met on the highway, and I ul '"" lD Jur' ,n " "It Is done, lont llvo (leorco ""' jravo to lllicrty after ajres of defeat, of zation of Mr Gladstone condense Its shouted words d'siiuunted Orcen drew companlcd by a native man anil woman, merits 'Tho American Constitution Is the Washlneton, l'resldent ot tho United I "" case returned n verdict of man- trial, of experiment, of partial success and substantial pains, this immortal lctory. most w onderful work over struck off at a States'" "Long llvo (leorgo Washington, j slaughtor, Uxlng tbe punlsbmtat at three his knife nnd undo fir Prince, who the 11 ho undertook and successfully accomshot three tltcoi at him, tiling In Henceforth it had a refuge and recruiting given time by tho brain nnd purpose of our first Prcsldentl" was the unswrring y,ar, n tbe penitentiary, ilirretl'e crime plished tho truilc, though ho spent thrco cheer of the people, and from bo belfries station. The oppressed f onad free homes In man." statesmen mur,i, n, ini-.r.- l Uarton. n with tbe second sbot- - l'r.uee wnit t years In doing It, wnlkcd ovor ,0u0 The who composed tills grent rang tha hells, and from forts anu ships this favored land, and invisible armies surrenaud rsi.i'-n- g arrest ticottitoro. the miles, and suffered from rold, hunger inarched from it by mall and telegraph, by Senate were equal to their trust. Their thundered tho cannon, rcholng und repeat- Elkhart policeman, nhlle Ho h men have la' go famspeech and song, by precept and example, c nclusious wcro the results ot calm debate ing the cry with responding acclaim all on a charge of assault last October. Dur- dered hlms:lf. nnd thirst, narrowly escaping death ' Long llvo Oeorgo Washing, ing tbe trial Airs. Uurton, tfc wife ot tbe ilies. concession. and wise Their character and over tho laud. to regenerate the world. Hut In 183. ho tnoro than onco. d ton. President of the United States'" Puritans In Now England, Dutchmen in abilities were so pure nnd great as to wife and Amcrlcn Voml Gurnil. the confldeneo of tho country for tho No man ever stood for so much to his victim, and tbe defendant's in every survivor, tho number New York, Catholics In Maryland, Huguedaughter frequently erabraot one anUxkmuda, April SO The Amvlent ship brought reversal of tho policy of the independence country and to mankind as Oeorgo Washnots In iSouth Carolina had felt the tires of of the power of the general ington. Hamilton. Jefferson and Adams. other, and their piteous cries 'rongly at- - ltlchard P. Uu'V, from Phl!ad pbia for having boon by that time rvtluccd to persecution and were wedded to religious of tho State which bad hitherto been )3. llicy wcro transferred to llltj. e tho .Madison and Jay, each represented some of , fsctel tbe Jury, many of thtni lolng Ban Francisco, before repirlcl lure in liberty. They had been puriHejl in tho fur Government, ractico invariable elements which formetl the Union, I .i.t. ,0 anil almost nnlversnl u.rrett'. liui. dislrsss was diseovaal to be on lire Jors Island, within sight of TasmnnLi, usee, and in nigh debate uudon bloody ' ,uPf,r" tho adoption had learned to sacrifice nil ma- opinion, and forIts supremacy. of the idea of Wshington embodied them all daughter pls;ed In and April 19. Tbe llsm-- s spread w,tli nuui-in- g nd thoro carwl for by the Govern-men- t. Do his countrymen exaggerate his vlr- terial interests and to peril their lives for tho Nation andmajesty dividing randy with Towering in nnd lufinence nhove tuesr Utou to QuUot the historian of about tbe jury-boispl Illy, owing to the liiflvmmablo Hut they rapidly pined away, human rights. The principles of constituthem all stood Washington, their President civilization "Washington did the two great- - i the jurors and taking liberties with the nature ot a larje o ti n of the eirgu tional government had been Impressed Deside him was Irom homesickness, apparently, for the venerable Franklin, est things which In imlltlcs It is permitted , flmr. in general, y overDal. upon them by hundreds of years ot strugshe keroieno whisky, eta. anl the ship Has they would go In years or ago, to man to attempt. Ho a body lo the shore, ' gle, and for each principle thoy could point who, though clghty-ou- o to tho deliberations of the conventhe Independence of his country which ho anced all points of law that tbe prosecu. soon burnel to tho natei's edge. Hhe was where) thoy could soo tholr to tho pravu of an ancestor whose brought unimpaired former vigor and re;ourc of compiered by War. He founded n tlon ralisd by her canning ways. The of 1,19) torn buiden, and hvleiwgof tight tion the death attested tho ferocity of the the wisest brain, tho most hopeful irec uuvermucuw iu mu naiuo ui mo i veruicl iitrnimi KiwM urpr;-- : ZZZZ 1Z und the value of tho concession philosophy, ..i ,!!?t": c? it ta horse, and there sit and wyr, jn and the largest experience of W.'I,iS,.Svor,iK. wrung from arbitrary power. They knew of eitimated thil the vessel and cargo rep - I .wclvo years but forty-fou- r remained. - reiSfc'.,w.,i,5 . Elku the llrultttluns of authority, they could tho times. Oliver .Ellsworth, nftrward seatjJ half a ra llion '"' rs ind In 1S-- tho last man died, King pledge their lives and fortunes to resist en- Chlct Justice of tho United Btates, moit famous of Kusrllsh advocates' "You King Mntnnfti To Ito Hrn.iritotl. Hilly, tho cauno In hit caso being liquor. Jurist in the aro tbe only being for whom I have an aw. croachments upon tbvlr rights, but It re- and tho profoundost Morris, tho won- ful reverence," He member the trlbuto ot 7h; Cola Oucln). quired the lctjon of Indian massacres, tho country, llobert Wasiiikotox, April 27. Offl !a! ot the 187C tho rnco camo to an and In tho derful RevoCharles James lux, the greatest parlla- financier tho of Kamsss, Cttr. M , Ap II .si. -- Al CtscW In invaslou of tho armies of Franco from lution, and person of tho woman who had acenm. Oouverneur Morris, tho most mentory orator w ho over sw ayed the JlrltUh State and Navy I?partmtnti are combi- sea Park, a Canada, tho tvranuy of tho British Crown, simmer resirtaerois tbe Ka of the ie en years' war of tho devolution, and versatile renins or lata iwriod. Iiorer Sher House of Commons; "Illustrious man, be- ning what can be done In t' lino, yesterday aiternuon. n ii i igj panlml Koblnson on his mission. the five years of chaos of tho Confederation man, cno t tho most eminent of tho sign- fore whom all borrowed greatness sinks suitably rewarding the Ssmoaa" King ers of the Declaration of Indeiiendencc, nnd into Insignificance." Contemplate tho (Mataafa) for bis timely etTerts to an arllilcl.tl lake gate uny anl to evolve the idea, upon which rest the reicue nerois A QUERY llrougham, prenlmut sveity-f)v- i power and permanency of tho ItcpuClic, John Hut ledge, liufus King, Elbrtdge Gerry character of Lord personi generations in tbe Amrncan sailors ail property J".1"""" two for uucnyaiiu union are one nnuinsupur-nbl- Edmund llandolpb nnd the Pinckncys, were eminent mai TVhsl "Sahsrrlber" Would IJko ta Know. "" leaders or unequaled patriotism, courage, every department of human activity and wrecked at Hamoa. Admiral Kimberly's scrambled out of water. Mxtot I lis or wirJ asililed to III) We have recently received a letter from thought, and then iinpros ujion the memo- report contained a strong recommendation These men were not revolutionist. tny ability and learning) while Alexander Hamshore more frightoird than hurt, but fifilton mid ries of your children ids deliberate Judg- upon this polntwblchrannotteneglected. one ot our subscribers upon a More the heirs and tho guardians of the ers and Jaiuco Jlidlioa, as original thinkconstructive statesmen, rank among ment. "Until time shall be no moro w Ufa it Is probable teen were Injure I, four of them seriously. subject whloh we prefer to publish for the priceless treasures of mankind. Tho Iirlt-is- h that Congresslcnsl warrant tho King and his .Ministers were the rovolu agesImmortal few whose opinions have for test of the progress which our raco has must be bad for the Their namei nro Jlrt. J. II Pnd ratt. perusal of our readers, anticipating that In guided Ministers of State and virtue be derived from made in w tettowalof any suittlonlsts. 'lheywcro reactionaries, seeking mined the destinies of nations. nnd deter- tho veneration paid to the immortal name of able reward, tut tbe favy Department Miss Mo He Parish, Mamutl Letter aud doing so soma one will relieve us of the rearbitrarily to turn back tho hands upon the Kddle Htevciis. sponsibility ot answering "BtibscriberV Washington." There werenooxamplestofollnw and tho may be able meanwhile to King dial of time. A year of doubt and debate, experience of -" Wo stand . questions. Here Is the letter uiwu the dividing line token ot its appreciation g etbeshape a iUmcinbers led part of them 7 tho baptism of blood upon tho battlefields, to lean lu tbe ot lie LOU an Arm. U'tt-eof tho "My Ikar tUUter -- For several years post where soldiers from every colony fought, tho only toward absolute centralization as constitutional first and second cnlury no boats or some of the property now stowed government There Kw- "Vohk. April refuge a .Jj.veUan Um recipient cf several patn :'. August tinder n common standard, and con- confederation, from tho anarchy of tho clouds overhead and no convulsionsare under at Apia. whllo the rest clung to tha Louisville inililioiuiu, while 01 bis way rhlets Issued from time to time by Messrs. tho Continental Army, gradually solidated thunks Weroercntly Btates, to this city, put hit arm out of a car win. II. IL Warner A Co, of ftochester, X T, lifted the soul and undcrstandlngof this Im- sovereignty of thopower wfor foar that the our feet God for tho nasLreturn with confito and ould end In tho Almlirhtv of i:lrAdItioii nil! 1'iisci!. mortal Congress to tlio sublime declaration: concentration liberty. doi lo iiM. whthr It 1111 ralnjnf. Ths whk'h. In sxldltlon to containing an exten. Tho arg States did dent aim hojicf ul promise march upon sure "We, thereforo, tho representatives ot the absorption ot Tho simple I Ottawa, O.vr., April 37 - Tbo Weldon nrm camo In contact with a b Idge near sire treatise upon kidney dispose. Its origin, round United btates of America, in general Con- not want to surrender tho advantage of ?acts ot towards tbe fnturo. paralrzo 1)111 was tha Extradition these hundred years passed by tbe Senate A bany anl was Lroken. it was amnu. ""aal symptoms and growth, also includes gress assembled, appealing to tho Supreme their position, aud the smaller States saw imagination, and we contemplate the vast numerous testimonials from parties whose. Tbe measure will be assented to tted In Dslhvus Ilnfiltl lait Mi.kl Judge of the world fur the rectitude of our tho danger to their existence. At this crislsJjho oonragii and confidence accumulations ot the century wltbawo and 'fn-urIntentions, do, in the name and by the needed to cnKitt a srstein wenkeneil jiriilo. Our pojiulatlon has grown from next wesk by tbe Governor General. It is Faver Is a wholesale drugtUt an I resides ." Utc't,.thr- of the oooti nonlt ot tbese colonies. Too tcmpormrlir snlrit of romiironilsn I four to slxty.ln millions, its csntcr, mov- - reported that the bill will be submlttod to at 13 Eleventh avenue, Louisville. holeinnly publish and declare that these have been Individually relieved by tho ua united colonies are, and of right ought to seized the convention with the allurlm? I lng westward five hundred miles since the English Government for approval be. cf Warner's SUft Cure, which Is prepared by reposition of nut proceeding faster than 1W. is eloquent with the founding of cities fore It bscomss Mountains a Mat, oi Fhm:j. Vv,Heiind independent ! n'i." law. An examination ' tho people- - uould be edUeitC-- to to .ir.d the birth of htat. New settl ments. Lxwisnumj. W. V., April 19 -- ths the above Rriu, for the use ot persons ru To this declaration John Hancock, Hon. sf the recent vets ca tbe bill Ii low. J no cry "Let us not ciearlng tbo forests and subduing tha praiafflicted. Now, Mr. Udltor, I would like to waste und threatened with death, affixed ot Commons shows that nuarly ail tbe Greenbrier Mountains, near Oremb , know if tha statements by those par- -, a signaturo which has stood for a century our labor upon eoncIulons which will ries, and adding four millions to the fuw not be adopted, but amend and thousands of farms which wero the support legal gentlemen In the House voted White Halphur rip ings are n mass of lire ties who testify to the loada good which great like the pointers to the North Ktar In tho adjourn." was assuming ot Washington's llepubllc, create one of tho against tbe retroactive clanso, which prottartllng uuan and millions of leet of vsluaUe baid limUrmament of freedom, and Charles Carroll, Imlty. Warner's Kate Cure has done them, can bo But the supreme force and majestto great grainariesot the world and open taunted that among many Carroll-- , he, the vided for tbe surrender ot fugitives guilty ber has been onium-d- , vt ith lens of thou- relied upon. They seem honest enough of Washington reservoirs of National wealth. richest man in America, might escape, sense to thj Iolty piano brought tho sium sands cf rails and other projerty. Tbe from tho way they read. "Warper's Rf biago DurlnL' this Feneration, a civil war of ot offenses prior to the passing ot tbe act of Its duty and opadded description and Identification with portunity. fire Is beyond coutiol and must burn itself Corn saved ray life after tha doctors had He said "It is too probablo unequaled magnitude caused tbo expendi"of Carrolltou." Iieniamln Harrison, a dele. out. we propose will lie nuopleil. ture and lossof eight thousand millions of given me up," says John Doherty, 1S3 N. luatuujiuui gato from Virginia, the ancestor of tho Hntiwnys lit Clilnn. dreadful conflict u t l,n dollars, and killed six hundred thousand Main street. Concord, X. II. "1 was given statesman and soldier who to- Perhaps anotherplease Nihilists lnIH Pilso. WASmiOTri", April 27. Consul Srnlthers, If to the people wo offer and permanently disabled over u tulilluii day go worthily tihs the chair of Washing- sustained.odrreltes up to die with Ilrlght's Disease ot the kidwlmt Br. PiTiKsiiuiio, April .9 it Is report dUappruve, how can we young men, and yet the impetuous progat Tientsin, reports to tbe Htate Depart ton, voiced the unalterable determinaneys. The doctors said could do afterwards defend our work? Let us raise ress of the North and tho marvelous in ed that rnvolut.oaary pamphlets bav Urn nothing for me. A friend they msnt that the Chinese Government has retion and defiance ot tho Congrcci. a standard to which advised me to the wtse and homwt dustrial development of the new and frco cently authorized an extemton of Ho seized John Hancock, upon whoso found upoa tbe Cxar's tab e In tbe Anllch-koI- take Warner's 8afe Cure, and ray family the eridencet ot de- - ' head u price Mai set, in his arms, can repair; the event Is In the hands of God.' South have obliterated the w Pal see, and that a numb.-- r of serFreed ar n memory, Tientsin andTongiban railway which will considered me as given back from the and placing him in the Presidential ment, from tbe limitations of Its en vlr n- structlon, and made thn nnd the question of the adoption ot and have stimulated production until our make It possible to reach Fekln from vants bsve Isren arrested. rave," save Mrs. Carrie Jl Fry. of Wath- chair, said; "Wo will show Mother Iiritaln annual surplus nearly equals that ot Tientsin In about three hours, whereas it how little wo earn tor her by making our its work, tho convention erected its ens, Ksa Dr Is It. Itlce, ot Hanover U Khsrloum Rsparlsi CsplunL ticrmsny combined. now requires ns rasny days. Ths Consul President n Massachusetts man, whom ehe the powerupon the eternal foundations of hngland. Km no a and ot , Va, says that Warner's Bafe Cure cured of the iieople. It discussed tho 1 he teeming millions Asia till the patfent ALEXAiinniA, April 29 It Isrumo-e- l lias excluded from pardon by public prochim ot Plight's Disease. " soil, and work the shuttle and loom as their says that tbe opposition of tbe conservlamation;" and when they were signing the delusive theory of a compact between ben that Abou Ohenit lis, Ul Hsnouisl's Koch pamphlet which I have received Eloles, aud limited National fstcrs hsr? ina sires; modern atives having at last besn ovcrcomi, Declaration, and tho slender Ktbrldce Ger Itaiiinnant. rn.ur,l Khsrloum throe contains a hundred or mora testimonials. ry uttered the grim pleasantry, "We must power from the people of the United States. Kurope has felt the iutlucueo and China may now be said to bay fairly enup the machinery of the Confeder- received the benefit of tho Incalcuago. ThsMahdl, Kballfa Abdullah, J end the same ,..- does not appear ... more weeks hang together or surelv we will hang sep- It broko tered upon a career of railway construcIs reported to have fled than one jxmphUt. so It mnu that there arately," the portly Harrison resiionded ation nnd put in practical oieratton tbo lable multiplication ot force by Inventive tion. glittering generalities of tho Declaration ot Kn!iia s ucu tte Napoli eule wars snd ret w ith the more daring humor, "It will be are agool many who are being helped by all Independenoe. From chaos came years alter two hundred and sixty-nin- e Snow Storm h WleMjas, order.from only over with me in n moment, bat will be mat rrmiy Terrlblo Accident. kicking In the air half an hour after I am insecurity, camo safety, from dlslntcgrn-tio- n the little band of pilgrims landed on MaHQVCTTr, Mini., AprilXi Ths heavy It strikes me that there is a good deal of and civil war camo law and liberty, Tlymouth Hock, our people, numbering gone." Thus flushed nthwurt the great Wiimxiko, W. Va., April 27. A horrible rain wbich tins fulling here for Ihe sense in the claim whlrb those parties make less than one-il- l teenth of the Inhabitants of accident happened In Tucker charter, which was to be for its signers a with the principle proclaimed In tbe County, past thirty hours turned to im of the great charter, of Its mining, d We. tho ieo-pl- o tho globe, do fast that the doctors are treating too many per- or a diploma of immortality, of tho United States, in order to form a of Its manufacturing, of Its Wiu. Plum and a small gee, aged seven night. A I veisels are held In pjrt for bet eons lor wiviik -u- i.-i, iii.t tuat orUSUXU os with firm hand, nigh purposo and unmore perfect union, establish Jitrt", in- oirrioulture. and own ot Its wealth. years, were burning brush on a clearing. ter wiather. h people are treated for consumption, brain. daunted rc'olutltm their niterllI penal- sure domestic tranquility, provide for tho tjteam and electricity have changed the A brush heap was set anre, with a log names, mis mocKery oi tear anu the j heart and nervous disorders, when thy lv miiiim lioiuiiM), promote mo general wel- commerce not only, they have revolution" I ore ties of treason. A Giant Dtti. suffering lng above tbe heap on a sterp blllsld. Tbe from kidney disease, Jloro clearly than any statesman of tho fare, and Seoul n tbe blesetnga ut liberty to ized also tie governmental of tho world. as they tVATiaBunr, Ct., April rj -- WHiar! which should bo Ue.Ud, period did Thomas Jefferson grasp and dl ourselves and our jiosterlty. do ordain and Thoy have given to the press IU power, brush were partly burned away, when tbe Perkins, this conititutlon for tho United and Drought all races and natlonallt cs Into log rolled over the little boy, crushing his firmirly exblbltel under tbe uy. by tho use, of Warner's Bta Cure, vine tho possibilities of jioimlar govern- establish .With a They have tested head and killing him Instantly. wisdom Inspired of Oml touch and sympathy. ment. He tauxlit and crrstal'lzad the spirit States." the Penney van 1 and as a result, when disease Is first re. Tbe name ot Hilly llat-of free Institutions. His philoophIcat mind to work out uion this continent the Hbei ly and arc trying the strength of all aystcnls father in attempting (o save tbe life of bis giant, and weighing 431 poun Is died brrj moved therefrom, that which Is supposed to lie diseased In tho lungs or other organs, was singularly tree from the power of of man. they solved tho problem of tho to stand the strain and conform to the conha urJay. son was fatally Injured. 4 jj tirecedeuts or tlio chains of prejudice. He ages by blending and yet preserving local ditions which follow the germinating wilt disappear. Many of tny neighbors tell with .National authority, inlhiencoo of American Democracy At had an iiuijucnioi.ing nnd abiding faith In MurJsrtr Surreiderj, me tbst this remedy has done much good rig U ot An Important Decision, the people, whli h was nrniiptcd by but few and the and power the States, with tho the time of the inauguration of Washfor them more good than their doctors. If IIcieva, Moxr., April Ti John J. majesty of the Itepubllo. The ington, seven royal families ruled ns of his compatriots. Upon, his famous government of AunuK, 3Iicif., April S7. Emnu W". who murdered Harney Creega-i- , in kidney disease is the real cause of so many the Stats, under tlio ar- many kingdoms in Italy, but six of them itxiuiu, r tlm npmllty f M ihn ticles oi confederation, bvc&me bankrupt have seen their thrones ovcrturiK-- and Illackston has for two years been fighting Maryland, last February, has surrendered other diseases why, Mr. Editor, don't the tlio law, he constricted his svttcm. it was It could not raise four millions of their countries disappear from the map the Standard Accident Insurance Com- himself, saying conscie ice. compellsil blm people who are oflllcted with sickness, Inthe essential for the emerMost of gency to break tho links binding the colo- dollars; tho Government of the Union, un- of Kurope. margraves the Kings, Princes, pany for the amount ot policy en tier bus. toaosu. iiiiiim taje.ful Inquiry being sist npnn of Germany who nies to Imperial nuthorltv, and to pulverize der the constitution of tho United States, Dukes and made, in order that tha true cause may be bsnd's life. He committed suicide In liNi the ptlvlltfgcs of caito. It Inspired him to raised six thousand millions of dollars. Its reigned despotically and sold their soldiers Hho won In tbe Lenaweo Two Children Ournstf lo Death. ascertained, and tho proper treatment circuit court, and write the llnnlnrntion nf Independence, and credit growing firmer as Its power and re- for foreign service, havo pas ed Into hisiVAiircTo.t, Dak., April 29. Fire Friday given!" "rJl'sscainta, tVcAunp. now tb Hupromo Court lias afllrmed Its persnadul him to ilnnbt tlm wisdom of thn sources were demonstrated. The Congress tory, and their heirs have neither prerognow cm concentrated in the constitution. In of the confederation fled from a regiment, atives cor domain. Spnln hasgona through decision. Iilackstone was Insane, and tbe on tbe farm of Hven Moo, near here, Jorw CniXAUi.t has no reason to comwhich it could not pay, the Congress cf tho many violent changes and the permanency caused tbe death of his tno young chilbis passionate lovu of liberty he became Inpoint at Issue was whether the act of suiplain of tha inequalities of the tariff. Joss tensely Jealous of authority. He destroyed Union revfowed the comrades of a million ot her present government seems to depend dren, aged six and three years. sticks aro on tho frco list; Uibles psy a tho substanco of royal prerogatlve,but never if its victorious soldiers, saluting as thoy upon toe feeble llfo ot an Infant Prince. cide by an Insane man was an accident. " s ' per cent. duty of twenty-flvinucbod tho flag of the Nation, whose su- Irance, our anelent friend, with repeated emerged from its shadow. He would have HISTORIC FRAQMriNYS. and bloody revolutions, has tried tho the States as tho guardians of tiopular premacy they had sustained Murderer Strangled, Th pride of tho States and the ambition government I v realize nnd Conof llourbon rights and tho barriers against cen. Youhsrd that it Is medicine, when CrtABLrsTO!. C, April of and Consu. Directory tralUatlon, and he saw In the grow- of their leaders, sectional Jealousies, nnd vention, Faow recent archaMloglcal discoveries It taking Carter's Little Liver Pills; they aro King, Frailer, colored, was bsiijeJyrstarday appears that tbo Unmans, at thohoigbt of very small) 110 bad effects ; oil troublos from ing jHiwer.of tlm Nation er.iicreuhlnt: the overwhajuiiug distrust of imi.tr.llicd late, ef inspire end Citizen power, wre eU mrrsvod nijalusL thd adoiv. of hereditary favrolgn nnd Ilepublie, for the murder of Holdsnburg, white, on uncroKbhmeuU m.oii the rights ot tho peotorpid liver are relieved by tkelr uso, civilization aud splendor, hail no sysof Umpire and ngslu ltanubUc. Tho Hups-buple. 1 or the'succvMi ot the pure Democracy lion of the couhI Itutlou. February 0. Tbe condemned rush pro- their of street lighting. Mo truco of any tem Success due to confldeneo in Washand the Hobenzollern, after convulwhich must precede President and CabTHE MARKETS. ington and the genius of Alexander Ham. sions which have rooked tho foundation of fessed the Catbollo faith and the executhing of tho kind has been discovered. inet and Congresses, it was perhaps Hiuvmo was introduced among tho that IU uiiottle nccr believed a Uton Jotfersoirwos the inspiration ot In. their throne, havo been compelled to con. tion was unattended by tbe uiual scones CINCMSMT!. April M. great people could grant and still retain, dependence, but Hamilton was the in. cede constitutions to tholr people nnd to ot shouting, praying and singing. about II. C. 800. Pliny tays Kclplo TI In no age divide with them the arbitrary power could give aud at will reclulm, could dclei I carnation of .the constitution. Afrlcanus was tho ilrst Itoman who I Choice blllcliers ,. ..,. 4 M tt 4 00 wielded so autocratically and brilliantly by tl...a ninnrnfl a ,rvM Iron Ore Shipped From Tnrkoy. gate and yet firmly hold the authority Snppnonl.,, , , I 41 shaved ovcry day. Subsequently tlio first 1100H Common llaria Theresa and Frederick the Great wbicli ultimately created tho power of thefr coclous or amazing Intelligence than (lood packers , IlALTivonr, April 87. The Urltlib steam. IM l I u day of shaving was regarded by tho MoHe gave life to tho corisc of .Nation, Tho royal will of George III. could crowd Jtepubllo anil enlarged tbo scope of their Ml U1W er Cordontlla, Captain flavin, brought ntana as tbe entrance upon manhood, and BIIKI:!" od Uooct to choice ., al credit, and tho streugtli for (elf.preser-vatlo- n the American colonies Into rebellion and l.AMim-tJiiown liberty. to choice (H (A (11 1,780 tons of manganese. Iron ore from until thoy iowcr to the Federal wago war upon .., l'LOl'Il -- family celebrated with great festivities. 73 4.101 "'aster-min- d halted, all stood Inloa and aggreswlveexpounder ot the prin- to bis kingdom, them the authorit wcro loRt Maori. Turkey, but UltAIN- - Wheat-N- o. r of the red ...... llothas an tbe first of that article Mli still. I he necessity tor a permanent Union ciples Tns story runs that kissing was IntroNo. S red Hi and an administrator of tho affairs of Crown has devolved upon MinMria who brought hero from that port, was apparent, but each State ntutt have it M I'orn-Nit Is for tho duced Into Kngland by Ilowonu, tho daughsi mlsed , ,. s hold ottlce subject to the approval ot hold iqion tha bowstring whloh cnclr-cie- d government ho stands supreme and unEdgar Thomson Iron Works, In PennsylOuts No, t lulled ter of Ilenglst, tho Haxon. At a banquet tho it 24 it- - throat was admitted that union rivalled in American history. He captured tho representatives ofHouse people, nnd the It 41!( 16 lire No. 8 of Lord have vania. which was given by tho Ilritlsh monarch In gave tlio machinery reipiircd to success-jull- y tbo jieople of the wholo country for tho equal powers ot tho USD yuu) honor of his allies, tho Princess, alter 1 Oil right the common enemy, but vot constitution by his papers in tho Federal. become vested In tha Commons, leaving leaf Us HIS Dili Hydrophobia Anions C.utle. 1't, and conquered tbo hostile majority In to the Poers only the shndow of their Uiore was foar that it might become a pressing tho brimming beaker to horllps, uood nmisi nisi Sl3 ancient privileges tho AmeriPItOVIB!ONH-Porl(-M- es AniLr.iE, Kau., April J raiikeiisteln and destroy 8.1 Til, saluted tho astonished and delighted Ii lu creators. Thus tbeNew YorltconYeution by tho splendor can people, after all Hut dazzling develop, bsad of fine steers In bis the Lard Prime steuin.... ,.....- - 6 73 ft 0 H putrlutiMii a herd fattened horo and fear, ditttcultlca of of Hut oratory. with a llttlo kiss, after tho manner mrrriiu-ciiok- 'o the multitudes whom no argument menu of tho century, are still happily livdairy ih is roinmuulcatlon botween distant commu. could bavo been killed because they htd hydroof her own people. Prima to aliolcu creamery... 1' VI convince, who enw in tho Kxecutlva ing under tho Government ot Washington. nl lis, and tho intenso growth of proinclaI power and ceutrnlixod force of tho constl-tutloper l)hl...... 1 75 (ft si Tho constitution during all that period has phobia. A md dog bit one ot the herd of Tub first meerschaum pipe was carved In APPLKS-I'rlm- e. Jirldu and Intorcts. led this Congress to l ill (t Per bush under another name, the dreaded been amended only upon the Hues laid two hundred a few weeks ogo.' Jlables tlio early part of tho Thirty Years Vur, POTA'IOKSframe tlio Articles of Confederation, ban. down in the original instrument, and In spread rapidly. It became necessary to andWallcnsteln Is said to havo bought It. Ni:V YOltIC plly termed tho League of Friendship. Tho usurpation of King ond Jllnlstry. wero ri.Ot'it-fllaleii- nrt assurance, "Washington conformity with the recorded opinions of shoot the maddened 11 Q I 01 3 Western with the esultwas not a go eminent, but a gboht. animals. The disease Tbo truocliiy Is to bo procured only utHskl-HcheOHAIN Tho Hist great addition W h tH Ily this sohomo the American people wore wl'l be President" It quieted alarm and the fathers. in Asia Minor, whero there aro largo No. red of a Hill of is sun spreading nnd two head wero killed ft Kilt Ignorud aud tlio Declaration of Indonend-enc- e gave cent! leuco to the timid and courage was the Incorporation Corn-- No 4 inud, ner 41 it 41 to thi) weak. HlghU. and tho init tho emboddlng yesterday. Others are nfilkicd. deposits, ana wnenco 11 is sent to ttio manuroversotk SH vrt (ft Dats M'sed ., H" abuo could stay assault and Inspire Into tho constitution of tbo Immortal factories ut Kubln, of which tboronroat Hut, w bllo the perils of war had given PUillf-Ne- w 11 W I1 8.1 muss eonh lnuce wldla tho great and complicated principle of tho Declaration of Iudo. ; Con fell itiUo Miiimiiml Day. present forty, employing almost tho wholo temporary strength to tho Confederation -- H Hleam Of M machinery of orgsnliod government was pendente ot the equality of all men buforo tiuaoo developed IU fatal Auouhta, Ha., April 27 -- Memorial Dny population of tho district. CIIKJAOO. weakness. tho law No crisis has bonu too perilous for htaU'S passed exclusive and hostile laws put In order aud set in mutton. Doubt 0 liter Tub first Instance known of maehlnory now here except iu his modest and un O 5 7S its imwerM, no evolution too rapid for IU was observed ii(- military against each other, und riot and dlsor-tle- r red ...... adaptation, uud it M being applied to tho making of screws was Ills Its threatened tho disintegration of ambitious heart. repeated whole life had easy grasp and no expansion beyond as- parude nnd tho delivery of ndlresses apNo.1 1'lilruKii Hprlng 81 ii Hill been spent in sacrifices for administration. It has propriate to tlo tccaslon, In France, in 1UJ9, by n inun named Ilcsson, odoty. com No if "Our Hock Is stolen, our his (ft Kts "inneiiiwoi who contrived u sere couitry's wclfinro, and he did not similated diverse nationalities with warring generally suspendod. houses are plundered, our (farms nro Oals No a.. gauge, to bo UllvCs tlh is an undert- traditions, customs, conditions and' lannow. though there raided, cried n dclegt in tho 3iassachu. II fttl IO used In a lutho. In 1711 Uosson's Uovlco POIIK-Jt- o,, Slcuiii .. :..'.m..-..;- .. LAIIU- . OU kotts com cntloiii "despotism Is letter than one of Inexpressible Badness In this entry guages. Imbued them with lu spirit, and C( Dili A Mlno Cave. In, was Improved by Illndley, a wutchmakcrof anarchy!" To ralso fourinllllons of .lollars In I.lk diary on tho night of his departure: won their iiasslmiato loyalty and lov. iiai.timoiii:. WiLKEsiiAime, Pa., Aprd 27 -- Tno earth York, and for a long tlmo tho watchmakers Tho spirit (if Washington fills tho Gxecii. I'LOlIlt-t-'aiii- lly ii year was beyond tho resources of the "About ten o'clock I bade adlou to Mount a W fM MV ternon tlvn ollice, (ft HI! riovornment and three hundred thousaud fellcl'y to private life, and to domestia full moasuroPresIdiiiU may UQtrlso to tbo over the lloitoi Mine at Plymouth, opsr. ot England employed tho latter's niothod In tlHAlN-Wbe- at, No. a oppressed with of his greatness, but they must atedbytlie Delawaro und Hudson Comwas tho limit of the loan It could secure Corn MUod making tbo small screws used In their Cs aid with a mind 4HI4 inure aaxiin and painful sensations than I not fall below tils standard of iiubllo duty pany, cived In, 3) 3ft SI Oats Mlsed tbo from s work. causing thi)e,',ry to of Europe. POItK-M- i.s His llfo and character, 11 Ml ftl.175 .. Washington exclaimed In despair: Kven ha wcrda to express, sot out for Now York and obligation. floo led, nnd Ihrowln, six hundred "I tee with tte. Lest disposition to render service conscientiously studied und thoroughly ied Tut most remarkable kiss upon record Is (iftUlM one head gradually changing Into thirteen 3 H7III0I I Oil CATTMl First quality t'i try t In obedience to IU cull, but understood by coming generations, will employes out of work, mill u,. wol,r can that which was given by Queen Margarctto I see iino nriuy gradually branching liOOa u Into with bsi hoio of auswerlng Its oxpoota-Mini- s bo fur them a llbrral education 7I bo puinpo I out Alain Chartlor moro than four hundred for Loss, probably JOOOO. thirteen, whloh, Instead of looking tm to y Ufa nnd publlo private. INDIANAI'01,1 -- jlou, for years ago. Ho was u oct, but tho ugliest Congress as the supremo controlling power No ton',uoror was ever accorded such a cltlzunshlpand patriotism, for lovu nn,t .') GIIAIN-Whe- at, (s KS IIOV. IlKMKy BTAll.NMHlmibM, No. red .... nro considering themselves as deiwudl appoint- - man In Franco. During his lifetime ho on (ft BJ Corn M lied ...,. lng on their respective States." Aud trlunq b, no ruler over such a welcome. In votlon to Union aud Liberty, With theli sd Hpsak.r of the Qj.b,. il,..ji,l,,iT. Joyed 11 wonderful reputation, but after his Oats Mlsed days it ttA Jater, when indeiieiidenco had been ' his memorable march nf sixKtatos to tho Inspiring f past and splendid prcsunt, ths Council, y.ce Hon. Pierre aplicl, u wfta the pride of lwoplo n theso United Btates, heirs ot n I.OUIHVlI.I.a to iiouc'jor de la death ho was forgotten. Ho Is now chiefly won, the linpoteuuy of the Oov, rcnicmbored on account of tho kiss which FI.OI1II-- A No. 1 431 (1501 ruere, romovqa tor partis coiduct blm with tbu musses of tholr tioo. hundred yoars morvolouslyrlcli In nil which eminent wrung from him tho exclama. pie to (ft 01 No, rod pressed upon his dreaming lips IJUAIN-WliKvictkd settlers on ths Dm tloni "After gloriously and successfully next thrir liordors, that the cltlxens of tho adds to the glory and greatness of a nation, ver tho Queen .. 45 81)4 tninmonwealth - might escort him with an abiding trust in the stability and nods, w in relumed and p Moines rl put onoduyus sho found him sleeping, saying rontcndliig wgiilnst tho usurpation of Great (ft 1!7 OaU Jllswl oreed.d . elasticity ot their constitution, nnd nn mioWHutorTltory.'M (ftUM Wt 0WD ,olly ...v.....,. . r Uisputei!'" y fa" ,re' oi to her 1maid aso sho did sot "I kiss not tlio POItlC-Mi- am naslilyton was never drsmatlo, but on abounding faith lu themselves, hall the Mi bqu that, sIdrs," tuuu ; kiss ..O s JJ eut or' usion l not only rose to the full cpmlRif century nlth bono aud joy, to-dTsn-DiillIrft-hnn- d llfo-tlmI)lo-manS7.-8c- r.tary 1 nt DJSPEW'S'OKATION. "",' "T.r1K,S ' ..i ; ),.ii.lr L' to-il- 27.-or- lt .K'fj I ot V. ii- ... '. lu)i.sll,aurrvUssTstm,sadlmt'irventwsireiili Tns fashion of carrying a muff dates sad vlior to the ti hole body, three hundred years back. Courtiers wore "sly arpelUe was poor, 1 eonld net sleep, hM them In tho tlmo of Oeorgo I. hssdselia s treat desl, pains In niy bsck, my bowels did not mete rejulirly. Hood's flsriapsrllls In a Tms Is tho ago of venders and tho av short lime did roe so lunch food Ibstt feel like a cnigo American cltlien is no longer sur- new eisn, kly pslni end eches sre relieved, ray prised at any thing. If jou want to ex xppetlle Improved.'' Qionus T. Jackson, lion l1V,orfo that sensation, however, Just write baty Hlstlon, Conn. toll. Johnson ct Ca, 1WW Main strcol, "Korjcstsl ttssslrk every sprlnr, but last year Illelitnetnl, Vn., nnd hear what thoy linvo IiKjK tluod's Haissisrlllssnd lists not saen a sick got to say of tho success of muiio ot their dsy !..-- . ' fi. V, BuiiX.UItlen.MsM, agents. Tlioy have got the goods tbnt soil, nntl any ono out of employment will consult their own Interests by applying to thorn. soldbyslldmsiUls. II. eliferti. Prersrsdenly Tub richest man, whatever his lot, is ho trC I, HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Msss. nho s content with what bo has got. 100 Ono Dollar 1 All AppeAl mr Asststanee. Tlie man who Is charitable lo himself will aiisrtsw.1 llllfll til Own tw HfisilsitAliiV1 madobv his stomach, or his liver, In tho ui nivers uysiiepuo quazres nnn nn. .i.u easy sensations In tho regions ot tho ulnml that secretes his bllo. Ilostctter's Ktoiu-acHitters, my dear sir, or madam ns tbo case may bo- -is what you require, Hasten lo use if you aro troubled with heartburn, Wind hi ih stomach, nr unto that your skin or tbe whites ef your eyes nro taking a sallow hue, Isesssrlenoelby alraost everyone st this sasion and msnr people resort to Hood's Bsrsspsiills ta lrlse swsy itie tsmeor aud eibsuiUdn, The blnoJ,ls.ls wllh I mputllles uhlth have tf m sa. ruraulsllns fur monlht, noses stusslihlr thtooiti th 1 veins, us ml ml falls tn think quleslr, end toe txtlr Is still sloserto reimnd. Hood's Ssrsspes nlials Jaitwlist Is needed. It (xirinsi. vltslltas, sad enriches the blood, uskes tbe besd clssr, creates snsppeilie, ovsreomestlist tired fsellne, That Tired Feeling: Hood's Sarsaparilla Doses u Iell, te-ln- g e. lliuni-sftss- , dlitlness, nanse.i, liesdacbe, are rellored by small doses of Carter's I,lt tlo Liver Pills. A tur of the foot may soon be recovered , but that of the tongue perhaps aevor, ,ai. rZitili BAKER'S kti d, ll""i lUsosn Signalled hy a Cough Is averted with Hale s llonoy of lloreliound and Tar Piko'sToatoclio Drops Curo in ono minute. A touno woman en ixlng asked how her Ulhcr was, replied tearfully that he was In a "caUmoie condition." lr afllictod with Horo Kyrs nm I)r Isaao Thompson's Kyo Water Druggists sell It, dm in a, lllustri-ousaasem- .t.LL"TTl,JuITl'?H'"d,hB,n ' Kv-er- if IU 1 WsrrsslsddSsslMfrfvrmetl C'aeex, from thkh Hit eicsss of OUtssUcnrtaiutrJ, llisiair Ukn lire Mn l llmlk af Ctocaa nastd wlUt Stsrih, Arrow root or Sufsr sod Is Ihtrtrure fir i U "'? I H rest I nrstim more scorn mkat, rd, lssossor Ht'MsN fereslght often Vsveslis proudest only a choice c' evLs. tttinf UutKim. II Is dflklmis. mmtlsMsy, iiirscisenipf, ssHly snd sdwusiiiy satpieii ifMVlstslMssssifll ss IsrptlMnl 11 oesiui. Sold by tlreeers eterj sihers. nf W. BAKER & CO., DorCuC.lcr, Mass. BEST STEEL w-r- k"t acp.bsOil At ParaeitTs imd liimii. i. YOSCtU C0 liWssers. MX a WIRE BSBBSSaa Woven Wire Fencing aa. IB rat nop Selvsure SaSaaaaaTari a 1 2l,-N- ijiiliiiil JIM VS III rl as iaKJrrfcSQsatlatal3sMaaasC yen-tenr- e. Sltirvi I h. (M Im nssusifh ItewJ hi sji ear a.ki ana c4 r,Bla SfiKlcaT run. larnrp-atl- - n 1 THI CHASIU n 1 nr nis.-m.mi rlk Marlil aa4 Valarla Sla, rM.ni fui. r4rssAtsrf sMfsstv 5-TO- ' Hfto Ti 13 PCI Insltsirt !, ROD. l Jsssjsjsj-fr-- s. ms lib . N WAION SCALES, rJs. M Test iertsf, NssU Ws4sssr, BmssJ oWtje sx4 HJI Itat, sVssM4-iW com-man- battle-- fields th.,'. on-th- Mlia s dlsrsse for whka d Tae nsll came off hu flnf- il the fincrrs came off tit tf -- r -- ra. 1 3 yesrs be saBernl drt. f - Is nuwrtuirif nt.t sikI 1 am r nucd rolil s hprtlllo Is Vue r IJl s bny, ft rears til. bo rrs. c ms." Cb iie. rls SS fk k had .f4,i)tUMrtU os-s- isu rsrss r UV.UWtfrfsSS i " .! e. rr c" ""'"- " n..hn,n. 1 e- IltlSI. Pud, lud. I r.Al r Jtrl shd I Ur Irnla cmt lth lofUwssliTscf seslfmratrglncoa. ekr tlxr-st- i 'Unprr TVeetcrrsvieredopsnilbsla' tMlsntbs: I al sad ti d nu toctlultoa ta best, 1 on una Swil's H- - - a , sud be Is now ilL w r iissso, .qcrarn. All. ; its. cm 1ms. J (Vtvl t X SVlo IlVtvs I 1" n trr Ktskl si TiKa, AUsts. iia. JC. Jso. U, VM. rfUUa rcaasAUBisiiiipnnreinfni. poistoNrn nv a III CHEAP HOMES IBB 'FARMING REGIONS v.,HAIHtanJ TltS IKltSKSaiST llB-Vf t..-- 1 . :t n -- .u I. ISIIS. v:,vyjvL:?.:1 IMIP iL'.::. Atsli TI.u !;aH,aa u. IU IU, Climsa. rM -- SMII ar-- ,. uiutn , OMlAu. " mstr ILMA !F YOU HAVE OR PILES ( SHee ar-- lir.ST rrtsrdy ES hnalawa andTilf" le Oatranplkm clear to Uroal, l Ttait Cars tsr H . o. "" 111 Nirif. Tl r fiiiui;ijt,MH It Mlltf.M II alt. III. I I II I.Ml I II julir louil.luea Slot nasi nillatc ami j oil Itas c ns iiriiM'iir.nfin.s.iur.o nptiie, sin well-know- n y - rvr, Sfltlrnr thrss troi.l.Is- - Try tt.u ' jou Ii triia Hi Ins; lo lose, but still K Hits. JI ss vlE'.n.u Uuilj. I'rlrr. 'Jir. per Tutt's Pills PATENTS SllbltU ork.mtstts. 1 .(- ( end BO 3(JfJrrl' :, rm AlnllMIMir.NaW tills' llaaa, . IMISMaalSS., rsuaaMrsat. X IMS (tHolcm-aissiw- w r n, ririoiKALD, u a. Atrin-far Sterwtas !4rrs,lIUkspalla.a4. tas rtt.e rsrt RHr sas im aa, A MONTH .SMI IIOtHII fAIIlT i '"isf - T BIK SVSSVOSS, V irssatt aafMvaa, alUa V fUfmnt. itu Ataaai.t,C, 114 rSSK Him soi.n i:vi:kvviii:ici:. All SOLDIERS, in PENSIONS!uaitrii,p . .llairasattiaiafaal a av vvswatva ffSras .ajaajwaFatv 1 fflUIHcKS'l-rilcNl- J ' ' I fS"., M ...nilll r niriTll MArUUil!LU fcJIttlll s. e;nr. tAM OS, I MBMig$ aa-ia' SrttlSSHS SWSS,tUSuaa,a.,Siltlaibaua,.C. rSlMl tinsrirsstaavaaar" AMPLKStrSllat a srtiw CsltT, Sr t Ul, ,. a. j 1 le-- r ifl TO Ifw sssosfsasimt fRCC, -! If USIO BtrOSIS CONFINKMINT. Hook to motiisms uiiinrna. IHMIiriELn Itrul Llllll I ), ATkAIHTA. r soul saryah st ' SO rins sat r SO A DAY. ,rIIHIUrilUnHnni. mm " " 1.11s PniplMVrorthft.ll l Metisio.,iusf,siia. i"-re- " Wills Add rats C1ISI nYUCUT 'uivivisis-Kas- v EOIS.I'A. s ss f sis raris iw, tm sm CtrrtltrrT. Ofl IUnUTSS-- f l.irrs.JJ, Kaaa.CII;Sa U.uAnUMnwS-lK3ils-i1 A.HK lKtt HUK WllirlAU to ADttiiTrsr.us Salt laal yaai attos is ASttrUMawat la UakS a. rse. JOSEPHtm mH. HUNTER, st, aeiiiu inu rsrss ATTniirv. WASMISOTOV, Ii. (,. Wli.l SSSTI' vttl'H ri:.S!lO. ollaaal nEUS.1 I T I ut SlBBtttttttttttSBlltttttBttKaHa?aBtaf ataWEas fTr'Tatttttttttttttttttattttttttttttttltal fr lk NlBaaHtallST B ASaSSBBBBWTBaiaSaP W i A 3 Kt&SISmMUEritL-- w i A OOW BBAMD Diiiams saa toys SXf S SO 5j- -ii B Hk ssscAvtitv russ. lo ' death-warra- one-thir- one-four- th one-fift- h th-r- one-sixt- A Zljy3K(Efr4gJP MjttilLv if StWfJ?3 tSB'rV ; 1 j s, -- Wu 51 a X X i Hilllk 1 & m a osar rg s provl-liontl- al Ho-ma- LtVr.BTOCIC-Csttle-Coinm- outl .,.-.- . . Ham-Uto- n. ....40) ,.4 fill .m''"1" o, . .,... ...-- ACCU-M-idl- um Vor-tlge- -- n, ( r, Wiut-Na3roil...- .M. LAilll-West- ern THE FEIEND'S ADVICE. MPon't fflro tin. tnt iineir. ah ti frlrnil. Whllo them's llfo there's hope, 'tis saMr Ciiker often inrii'li Tidio to bIvo up when you'ro llood," blood-innlller- ex-I't- el - PIXIITII-Wlicone- liiw "l'urrr, richer OltAIN-Wheat-- M Hood you ncedt ami tuna jour sjslcra Tills rnlrleo lo flo ami lirnl-Ta- ko tho 0, M, 1). nnj live." lre money-lender- I.AItll-ltoni- ... W WI0 ,, "Thcso letters 'land for 'Golden Medical Discovery' (Dr. Pierce's), the greatest iintrltitc, tonic and tlio ncc," "You linvo been told llmtcoiisiiiiiptlon Is Incurnliloj lliat lien tlio lunpssro sttttkrd by this malady, which Is eciolula ntlVetiiiK the lctigs and rotting them put, the sufferer Is ).tt nil help, and tho end I a mora question of lime. Yon linvo noted v Ith nlarni the iiniiiistnkabln symptoms of the illiciNc; you havo tried Jll manner of tiirm lu vnlu, nnd you nro now despondent mid preparlno for tho worst. Hut 'don't glo up tho thip vtlillo Dr. 1'lcrco's Golden Medical DUcovery icmulns unlrled. It Is not n cure-al- l, nor will It perform miracles, but it Is L'uaraiilecd to benefit or euro Consumption, If taken In time nntl given a fair trial, or money paid for It will bo promply refunded. Copyright, iwa,by Would' DisrrNSARV Medical Association, Proprietors, Bo conflileot are liiu maiiuistiui ere " lip.. Hsra'a : - nf - . . Cstarrb Itemeily or their nbllity to curo Cstanli lu the Head, no matter how had or of bow long itsndlug, that they offer, in guotl fsltli, lbs SbOTS fCWUd for S VSM Which (Ley cannot cure. lUwcdy W cents, ty Orugglslf, est, 1.A1IU-bte- - ftKnn :e:ewa:rl:d., &w VW r WW