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Ofr.ce-Jack- ton THE HICKMJN COURIB WIF :t --2 FINE JOB PRINTING icxiccu'ricn WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. - H SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC l Street next door lo City Hall. CEORCE WARREN, 'Editor. Tho Oldost NowspapjM Wostern Kontucky. 17, IMmoI Subscription, $150 Timiu Iceland. DoCkino KSTABLISIIED TUN MEN KILLED. 18.0!). JUCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KJjgjpCKY, FRIDAY. MAY ?.EMAN'S f!l Mo it I r t III ah I 1889. VOL. XXJ 10. 32. I'WEALTJr. Jockey, who was of tho innrdornf lend, nnd who la 1 Kentucky raited a litre near Rl wsie killed In alios. Dsvld Natb, lloit several bead fcl'M". CALL AND SEE US. THE DAIRY' calves rpfiulro worlr, patience, and skill, but it pnys wbon thero ia a good demand or tnlik and butter. Iowa Sttto Hoglstcr. Both tho quantity find quality ol milk aro considerably affected by withholding salt until tho cow (jots hungry for It Western Itural. IIand-fccdliif CURRENT TOPICS. are; ilx mwspapcra publlshol lionet' (alia It In now a crime In 'lEvte vir&w7 -! ITTTTTfiT" n'lTfc T.' ' from tho bottom whtn an empty waa car puttied over tho top of tha ahaft by two Hungarian labor en. Ilia car itruck tha ascending ciga jrith awful tnnmMitiim, hstl"f 'r'S It I'J qd.nteri and initnnlly killtnjt every ona of Iti occupul. Tha cnge with tlio tan In. victims was hurled Into tho ''tump," a A nttrtxrr; tiitiii of John Bright It tJ bote In tho bottom of tha abaft nborotbe l erected nt llochdale by publlii stihicrlp-liowater from tha working accumulated, and tha mangled bodlet we're not recover'I IK Fntperor of Austria baa paM Crown ed for tome r. time. Tha mlna la Prince ltudotph' debit emotintliiT to ated by tha Alllanot Cool Company. It rw.ooo. la an obi working, and tVtjufi'a 500 feet yL-xuxn ""jBA ITTTIM. 1 contcmplatet.,a I deep. lloyle learA-a-Z f Hal rJtJfyl aren , IT I I .1 .m n. -- lomr-sicvKdoctors art attending tlio Vlceioy nf Chlnn. Massaomi'sictth lit, 24,00) scholars In her evening schools. TiiriiR are 2,000 Icolaude rs In tho oily of Winnipeg, Mnn'tobn. CUTANAWll0;tJON new l til 8 II Bind of ColdwaUr(Mlch) boat I Savannah It ral to lie flooded with rouiilorf.lt allver dol'ar. Hukhian etnteimanihlp hae iiilYrrcil n Ion In tin dentil of Count Tolttol. CiiAvnritr M. DicrKvv recently took mil another Ufa Iniuraura policy for J.V0OL A lxttw Kkalanii woman of tlility yenre It iild toll worth fl, 000,000, luadolnmlii Massachusetts EATEN DY COYOTE8. VAYMASTER ItOBBED. Catrane4liy Dotectlra Htorle.,Twn New Frightful Acolrtont nt n, Goal MIno nndand T.aita Meet n Nliorklng rule In the Heart of Mo Man'a I.niid. AjIzour Bundlta AttnokUlsEsc ' In Ponnnylvanln- IIOTOiimno'v, Kait, May 11. John W. From Ambush. Miner Hurled to nrntti'-T-he CAR They Virtti In Ninatliixl liy cur l'nslieit Into tlm hhifl, FotTSVil Lr, Pa., Way 10. At Kaika William Cull lory, near MhlJIeport, hit evening, tho enzo containing ton miners waa nicondlng th ahaft, and hail reached a height of about - tliUn ft T lit - . than JJO'tiojtiiiaitert. 1 of American cltliem residing In China It J.K3, cf whom 6)U i orer 6J.OM Tin total number liilttlonarle. Hatrltoii aurveya Oitirvm, At.A, bat n, rurloilty In tha ha of ap.trltloil pluo slump, weighing at out 3X touidt. Hear of lh most prominent women of Boston, hire ilcned a froloitKaliut tha docking of hor.ei' Tnr. nunit.tr of psriona III from tha ef. feWf the CVnti'iinlal loonu tobealmia larga ai llioao orrrconia by the Inaugu. atloiu It Ii eal I that nmra monoy can I" made In England nonntayi by paint ln tha p'ettirii of itogi than by taking biimaii portralta. Tncmott Urtuttful wvinnti at tha ball, according to the New York Jun, v o lullivrn gill, !im iMIOreeii, of Harannah I'lrrenuntin luit fonrtren hundred lljuor tatroia ly high llrenae, Imt with tha ninety 'three) left will prvbibly managa loatruggle along. A l.KTiLfliti washing S.0X) ponndi waa caught aoni Uji ago In tho (lult of tll, cen-tniil- ier je.r. 1 ty, l'a., ona day recently, netting the farmert orer ll.tt)'. Limit i eorojde'ely rrrckrdca Ita way to Ch'oigo how purpoiet. Iba train ran oil tha track and the brlcki nnd tlmbfri weia nattcrel, tlovrnion Hoikht TArtjon, of Tonnoi. ee, tare that ha haa enough of politic, and lint at tin expiration of bia term ha will aettlitdown anl practice taw, A iimiirK of r.ln.lerrhite Uen Import rl fram Norway and tinned out on a for nt In tha north of rlcotland In Ilia hop that they may become nrcllmatlreit. A New Ha kk man tmi mrenta I n aub etance lo take the place of rubber In the iHanutaoll of naterprof coodi. It la eald In U cbeaprr and Utter than rubber. A ltr.nr Oitv (Mlcti.)tnan clalma tohaT a dog that pra.-nhi. .lanhjer'a bran with a boot at cleren o'clock jTary night, anil tlteyvuug iumi bn Uilh.J tatakethe hint. Tiicannsa! raport cf tha lloitou tupr Intenlent of acboli brlnga to light the intereittng fact that the rattan mi appealed to no late thaa 10,00) llsioj lait nrr pjundt of maple mgar we r ihlppad frum llarlln, Homerait Coun- tiHirnt riilieriii.ii. ttijnl prli fr At tbey approaclfil and looked over Hie bank Into tin net Kalch.wnt murdered alcuta year ago ravine a ghattly tight mat their gate. The ravenoue coyota wer Inby l'J tro Ilnranovtkl, nowtawiltln; exe dulging In a featt on human fleth, twocf cation llr and wnt the Intended hut Land of Mitt Katcb. All the othart uf inem narllnsover a heaj which had be. Krom the the vlcllint of the accident were tingle come detached from the bill of paper found and the remnantt of meiL The colliery' employe about frf hand,, and la alio known at "Big Vein." clothing scattered around, It It almeator d tain that tho bouet were all There It Inlenie Indignation ore the em that remained on earth of the iiaitio'iii-telt- i p'oyuieut of atupld Hungarian! In a porboyi who came weit In tearch of tion of tuch reiKuill.lllty at at the moutb A bullet hole through rach tkull of tha thaft. There li thlrtyflre feet of told tbe tale of attaitination. What bewater In Hit "tump," and the work of ro covering lln ted el It very dim tilt. At came of the two ponlet which thoy at Heaver City and the revolver! teren o'clock tail night only one toly bad with which they wero well provided I. hot been roccrrrel. No report Ini reached here from the tcene of the dltattcr tinea koOHii. Whether they ware murdered frr the hope of gain, or wer killed b moon that hour. . . thlnert, will probably never bo known. Death ol Ctner.l Haruy. M. . ti. mri.-- i vn. EXECUTED 3Y ELEOTUIOITY. UH, Ham B llnrny, lbs cldctt cflloer in the Milium '.einmlrr, Ilia U Unltal Mnlt army died yeitird ly (Ion Will iie llieNrw ork Klvle a Toll. loin In Augutt, 10. In ertl Harney llurrALO, May IL The flrtt tuai to bj IS!4 Mineral llainey waa given h't lint eiocu e I by f'ectrlcity In New Yrk Htiiti military apiolntmen', by I'leildtnt Mnn will be Wd inn Kemmler, w'owatjet roe, at a Lieutenant lu the Kirtt llgl torday convicted of murder In the ment of Infantry, tta'.hned In tiaua, crime w at oio of un and Ilarnov't flrtt rxnelltlon Wat an nssa! stroclty. 1U !.,p.t tium Philadelexciting one tho famoai Ltfllta, phia wllh Mrt. Tillie titter of bli next Captain Harney'a contpicuout brother' wife, nnd on Jlirch'."J through terrbewat In Uia Iliack Hawk war. In Jealouty, he killed her. Kemmler uaod on January, IKU, he married MltiMudanphy, axe, with which be chopped her boa and of hi. Louit. Whan the Mexican war breatt Into a'niott unrecognlzible thapt, broke out be wat pi ace--1 In command on Ol Tuetday Jud;e Chlldt will nnma the the Teiat frontier. When I ha civil ar week In which Kemmler ihn I die. Tha broke out he wat ttatloiel In Kt tilt. execution will b In Aubnrn prlton, wbera Hit terrlcei rnded In lAt. when he wat the condemned mill will !o tnkeu in tno retlied. In IMS) be wat brevet'ed Major weokt. Deneral for long nnd faithful r.'lc. ow but no children, lie wo a brother- of Mr l'utlavl.ch, who, wth As balf-plrkpur-chai" M ef.tiat lJ WfgW?fmU4to Mia" bshlTof "IS arfSyia, or draw, by tbeanarlln an -- appearing to bare reached twenty-on- e yean of ago. Alout fire dtya they leached Hearer City, the mott Important tonn In No Mi n't Land, coming from Guthrie, Oxlahoma, While lu Hearer City tiey Hiked much a' out being New York detective, nnd reck lataly dltplayad tmall bvVt on Ulnlng tbe picture, and datcrlptlont of many noted rrlmlnala. L.it Sunday they atarted to go a I.I urther Into the henrt of the ttrlji, nt they confidentially tot I aev eral per. out, to look after lomi moon thlnert. On Tuetday morning, two covrtoya waro galloping toward Jtti.v.r 'UlstT'. who pattJl through thl city for the Katt relate the fotluwlug account of the untimely end of two Ntw llngland yoiitbt, who, Intplrrd by de'rctlve a'o-lo- t, enma Wett In qnett of noted crlm mlt.Tbeyoung men In quettlon claimed to hall from Lynn, Mati., an I gave tha namni of Hubert Green and Daniel Uoleinnii. 'I hoy Here lenrdlon youlht, neltlmr of them Troop. Aatalled Wlille etriictlnn-rirr- ce I'lalit Ilemnvlnr- - llour'a Diirnllmi-Klg- tVounded. ht f 111' an j CluarUe an ti I 1 fjjhtlng of coyotet. nn Iu flrtt-degre- cr, 1 1 Succttilul rtalJ oi Mo.nihlntrt. W, Va., May 10. The Kureka detecttret, acting principally unand tiettern der dlitcllani of the Norfolk IUIIroad Company, but at welt In con Junction with the U 8. rarenut authorl tltt, bnvo Jutt completed another raid upon tbe moonthlnert of tha extra in tcaihsr.--. coantio. of Mc.jw!i nd Wy n cmlng, anl hare brought In ftlleen prlion.r. at a raiult, raltiiglht airetted on thlt chargo to data to elghlyone. Among thoie lodgod In y were two women. They jail hire are a inltrrable looking tet of wrelche-- , and tho'r condition excltet general pity, although It la known that they bar been openly violating the law for year a. CiiAiiLiHro-r- , adll-tlon- wife knew all til, political len lit late Win. II. Itanium W aald to have a model buikand and father. III. Inala one. TllK project of manufacturing binding twine In the II laolt pnltentlary In order to help tha fnrmnr. In ttmli fitjht eirain.l the Inlno truet utrangleii ha n practical hint nlwit It. 1'hiL f'piMinrr, thi .Tnnyrar oM ion of the tVitcjiiiln Kenator, hat an LITTLE whit libeller, perhup, ner.r ecrl, and d vulgnl a lln can bear an opeia cnee, come home and repeat every air of It. A YOl'Mi lady'a letter to her papa In of the ending of llrooktlnc, Matt., the centennial bath "Chanivigna wa all orer the fliMr, nnd men ourlog It down one anolher'a I nckt." Al.Titovnii there waa an Increait of only "' r'S 'r H l"" la tha wbola Unlteil Blair, the Increinel proluctlon In the rkmlhern Htafa watXl,ftM of which A'atMima furnielitvl l.OJO tont. Queen VioroiilA will hare another birth ilny If tha IH(. mill! Miy ?4. wh-- n her ntinuil will atriko 70. It la plraiant to know that her In conn ii luiTicient to aupport her in bar declining year. A Qi ciiko papr ayt that the Tolume of rin Kin' Inn from that province to the Unit id Stale, thl year will reach orer mo hundred thouiand, and It wanti to know It aomethlng can't be done to affect rxtraorilinary talent for muilc A Grill Mittinj Btjut. May 11 Th I'niLAUvuitiA, Ta--, twenty-eigInternational convention of the Young Men'e Chrltllal Attoclatlon wat called to order at II o'clo.'k yetttrday morning In the nttociatlon hll by Uen eral O. O, Hownrd, of New York, of tbe lait convention, In the pretence of the mott prominent liymen of the evangelical chuichea, not only of tha United Htalet and Cauala, tut from Hngland, (lermnny, Hneden, rjvvltzarland and other countries There are about .. 1,000 delegatei pre lent. ht ored woman, wnt convicted of highway robbery and bar puniihment tixol nt death. Ijiit fall Algy Moiot robl.od an old Kvptlan woman, who wna KdlIliii! Jewelry and trinket almut tho city nnl cut ber In n it am placet with n razor, Ibe old Wuiniu came Hear btevdlng to death, and wat dlingurel for life, iba negro wemau waa arretted next day with the a'olen money an t Jewell y on ber per ton. Her trial commenced thlt morning and the jury returned a of guilty an I fixed pjiilibment at dettb, highway robbery beln; a capital otlrnto lu thlt 8 ate. Bald Knotrtcrs Cho.id Is Diti. Ozaiik, Mo., May U.The Htld TCnob-beare exn.uted. Tbe drop Nil nt V "3 a, m. yetterday. Ihe ropet broke nnd tha three men fell on the ground ttruggllng. The execution of tha lla'd Knoblera wnt a horribly lungled butchery. Die moil were oirrled to the aralTold naln at 10.10, Hill Walker ttrugtliig, groining nnd at moit lutentlble. The llaid Kuobbjra bnvo finally leen benged. Have Walker diol In fifteen inlnutet, John Matthew a In thirt. teen and Hilly Walker in four Icon vn-di- ct rt mlu-ute- To Dio lor Hljhuri- - Robbiry. ItlRHiiniUM, Ala., Miy II In the criminal court to d ly Algy Motet, n col ,',"' Cimi lo Beil Ytllow WAiiiiturox, May 10. Secretary Traoy Sit determined ti reduce lo a minimum thedaiijereuitaiusl by our aaltnra tta tlnnkl in Wml n I lan alert from expo ure ta yellow fever. It It regnrdod at necenary that a naval Tain! should ba It kept thcrs, but by frequent alteration will ba poialble to reduce the danger In i large mtature. To carry out thlt tha Ottlpen haa ben ordered from Key Wett to Hampton ltoadt, and one of the rcsstls now at Nerr Ycrk will be scot to relieve tbe Galena at Cape Haytlen. rtr. foreman, waa ttiot and killed la,t night by loy. Krank Allen, a thlrteei-ycnr-ol- d Allen waa one of the cart driven, and ha 1 a inrrol during thi day with Hvby about tome liarneit. The q larrel wat re newed latt night, and llallsy atruck nt the boy with a atltk, Allen draw a amall plttol and allot Halloy through tho net k, kl'llng him Inattntly. Ihe by eioapad. Too Shot anj Kiliel by a Doy. Hikmi-miiiaAla., May 11 xt tlirn'l road camp of McTigh & Co, contractor., flv inlloi from thl city, George Ualley,n c ; Ferelflt Nolet. Ix).iU'J.', May 10. Senator John Bher man and the Hon. John C Now liavo arrived In l hit city. Heventy thoutand German lri.il workert are on n ttrika. 'the Houtaof Loitlt rejectal tin bill empowr. ering marrlato wllh adeceaied wlfe'a It. DaUllt of tho battle bttwan the Wnc.i n father In l!sdija.cir gU lb Idea that hit ihtightor ought to marry be Abytilnlani and Dtrvlthet nro given. Tbe orfioma puta a ropi around bor iioct and load her Ncgut. whllaiiilTerlng Dtrvlihei ound, be to ba thoutand forth, nnd the Ilrat young iiinn he offera dered two hit Cnpttln Wlatmnn In preionca. her to bat got to lake her or forfeit one handed had a battle with ll'ithlrl, tly Zinilbarau bundrsd tlrftniius Uimi A MIM) wlnttr It nlwnyt followed by n cblr. WhailO. K. In Can.. tummor character. aJ by conttanlly re currjug eltctrjcol dltttirbincca While It Ontario TonoiTO. , . ... . Mr JTVUIU'v.iri ""or y.tuoj " tTJo mialPril conultlo i of U if tndut Hullotln No U froifS.,! ljprl the atass pUere. aramaf-9Tugrati trloi. Ureporta Tllic hlitorlcal portralte of tho IVetldenti fying contratt In the tonor of Informitton ahnw that John Quincy Aiinmt wna tha about raii wheat at conipuM with that or llrat chief executlro to throw ntlda alilrt thetprlngot lNi Whero'r winter rye l vther gnrmenla. frill Abd fill b.iuw . protpectsof an ex It grunlng however, wero mada In tho fathlon of lilt traordlniry crop are rejiorted. father', geiiarnllnn. Cattla InipocllorTllll Klllil Thk Ilencdlclliin prletla of Hpring Val Lansimi, Mian, May 10. In tha Henate Wy, III., hatn purchatad 80)) aoret of the mott fertile lurid In that v.o nlty and will tho Houte bill for the Intpcctlon of cattle build ii (200,000 collego upn It at oncn. iii the hoof wat burled beyon I re ill, nnd When llnlthed tho atructiiro will bo the the Honnte bill upon the tamo tubject wat Indefinitely pottponed. largett Cathoilo oollcgo In the Wait. t Tut. IIIITel towor hni oott, In one wny or Guilty of Manilaughler. another, the Urea nf nearly 100 workmen AVtiKKLlMl, W. Va , May 10, Tho Jury Tiik iiijiiumen. tj the mtmory of the In the cate of Louli Kbollng. who itiot and Into Kxrrrtldent Arthur, now lelig killed hit w Ifo horo Hoptember '.') Intt, and oroctsd In tho Albany, N. Y. Ilurnl Coino a nco Monday for who bat beau on tery, It a Inrgn tarojplmgut ifRrnulto. murder In tha flrtttrial ilegreo, at 0 o'clock Int 'J lie only Inicrlptlou will lie tha iminu night, after Mug returned out "Aitliur'Mn plain letlert on the bats of n verdict of guilty threo hourt, of voluntary tha iinmiiiient. i The ponnlty It live to ton yejrt. 1'Al'KT IItav, the exchnmploi hotvy Whisky Sailed In Oklthomi. wolKht, met Ii a ncmcli In a little H in KiancNco reporter the othor day. Ha In Wahiiinotov, May 10. Attorney Gjii niltoil tho nowtpnpar man wheioupon tbi trul Sllllor retailed a tolugram from Mar newtpnper man amoto him hlji nnd tlitgli ahnl Noedtea, of Oklahoma, an)ing that and mrniiired tlio a'dowalk with hlmthroo be had to xed a lot of wnliky whloli had boon tmuggled Into that Torrltory over timet before I'nddy'a aurprltcd friend tha A., T. and U. K. Honl. could carry him to tho rear. CotiAt.lt laid to ban coming rago. It It Amerlcirt Blblo Socltty. tolu worn In all fornit, even forbutloni. Htv Yohk, May 10. Iho tovonty-thlrA "Cil.liucr Aatiirniica Hoclety" lint been organliod In Danmnrk fur tho lunollt nununl meeting of tha American Hilda Society wnt held here yatteiday. The of women who can not or will not marry. rrcinluuit are paid between the agoaot 13 nunuat report thowa that thu total oath receipt for gaucrnl purioit wen 1409, mid 40. An unmarried woman orer O ro Tlio dtaburteuientt MUM), wero colt ei n Ufa annuity unleti alio mairlee, Va toaviug a doflclency of SOj), which wnt In which event the for.'eltt It, provided for In and In Tiik ipilckott way to reduce corpulono part by the tale of pirt by a lonn, certain tecurltlet. It to go up the Klftel Towor, In 1'arlt. In ndditlon to the Ion of ounooi from the ox Choked on a Pleca ol Appl.. erclio, there It n Ion of two poundt at the Aluancc, O., May 10, Ojcar, the two lop on accoui J of tin dlffaranca In ntmoi year-ol- d ton of Ora Maua, of thlt city plierjo prtiture. The two poundt, choked on n place of appl which bo wai arer will be apt to ba 'la walling at tha eating yetterday afternoon, and died b oltout. (era ba could be relieved, tit-ta- Hloominoton, lu., May II. A wive of remarkabte heat wat experienced in Cen-trIllinola yettenliy. lbe tsmporntura here reached 01 degreet to 03 degree lu tha tha le much the blghctt temperatura knoinliiMiy for twenty j ear at lent. The tcorchlng wind that hat been blow in; throour from tbe H ut'i during tin a almitt tiilTooatlng. Tha four day t country It tulferlng greatly from drough', and the crop are In danger. wu:i Calori: In Illinois. ptt vat. 0t.. 'i ""he m exk-niivel- -- GUnderi In lllln.lt. IlArtriu.K, Ilu, May 11. Tanner In tho cattcru part of this county aroafrsU of a general epread of glanders from the fnct Jul., Hint Win. McClellau, of Newport, rlro- -s sn Ssfcctsl hcrzo through to thU city, when It wat traded olf, and after-warordered klllod. Yestenliy Bttlo Veterinary Burgeon Cnftwoll, of Chicago, had a bone at Ilumerlck kll cd, and Cook, twenty othtra, belonging to A. " quarantined. Hoglurth's Injuranca Cancslol Itockruim, lu., May II. Tho White Cap naming received by Ilev. Schwcln-furt- h hat retultod In the Inmrn'ico canceling all pollcle on hit hime, known nt 'Hiavon," and the a icred tructuro It now nt the mercy of the White . Capi and the clementa. 1 dt l. com-pani- ' r. nt Dover yetterday Martin tald thlt yuar'a poich ciois if nil report aro true, will In o nllngoncletot dlitribu large at tlon to enable grower toieallza any prjllu Kxchrlise tnri-qulr- J Delawaro's Peach Crop. Wn MiMiroM, Dri., May 11 At tho annual meeting of the llureuu of Inforuntion nnd Ulatnbutlun of tho Helawuro Krult Oieomargarlna Prohibited. HAnTKOlil,CT., May 11. 'IheCoinoctlciit a bill prohibiting thomunu Seunta faclureor anle of oleoma gnrlno, colored In Imitation of butter, and alto prohibiting tha tale of Imitation checte. Itnoiv paed gooi ta tha Governor. What a Thy Spark Wrought. ClllCAUO, d May 11, The origin of the tiro at Moreland, liy which wero dettroyod, haa ben ditcoverod, and It It a pooullar ono. Homo children wore nnd aet tiro playing with n hurnlug-glat- t to toiua paper. Ihla In turn tot flrato terenty cct.njo aomodry grata, and thou tho 1. pa'iytorlin Church took lire and ttio cotton i fullowel. Mist Kilj Dretol. ritLADEtrillA,MAy 11 It Itiiowttated that Mlu Kit D.txi.'a entrance Into n convent at l'lltabiirgh It cuiy tamporary, and that iha lint no Itittnt.vn of bicomluu a Ulittr of Mrcy, h-- 183 granted pardont to all desorlcrs from i tha rjrmy and navy. Hinco that tlmi : w e.l men In tbe army alone bavo deserted, and only about eight thoutand of Ihfsa have been captured. The pardoning al theso will save the Government tha greaiexpense constantly tntnilvd In cop broken open and tbe money taken by the turln; thote nt Inrgo nnd convicting them. were at ouco tent Secretary Proctor evidently Invert tho robber. Troop from all poata In the aouthern part pltiM Ho has ordered the roleaie of numerous desorters cenflnsd in tho military of the Territory. Twenty and experienced Indian tcoutt from Han prison. Carlos under the nblo command of LieuElectoral Rilum Bill Volojd. tenant Wnttpn, wore aoon at the place ol ALEANT, N. V , May 14 -- Govern rlllll MAr or Tnr sioux ncipnv'ATioK. bloodshed and atartod to aoouttbe mountH.ixton eltctoril ains In the vicinity. A company of In- tetueJ I e inlt'lon wm nppotnted to purchaao the b'll, on the grouidt, ftrat, tlu refantry, under tho command of Lieutenant lauds, but tbo bloux chiefs rofuscd to no Jamet, of tbe Twenty-fourt- h Infantry, are quirement that noie but an ofllclalty tbe cller fifty cents per ncrr. picketing tho Ornham Mountalna and printed ballot ihall, under nrdtnary cir- Later In tho season tho beads of several pallet through which tho robbers might cumstances, bo lot'd.aecond, the require- of the hloux tribes wero called to Washington to apjicar before tho effect an etcape. Tho Southern Pacific ment that each ticket .lull of tho Interior and utito to blm of all tho rnnduhito.! tralne wore tearcbed lost night by United tho iiamei ou Just what gTounds they would ba wiltof alt the pjrtloi a id parts of par-tlrStntea troopt, but no ono found. The ing to (lipue with that part of their and Irreaponsibla combinations precltll authoilllc! are working hard, and It land which Is unused by them. Tho will be nothing tbortof a miracle If the tending to le n pnrty, who choote to cerdemanded SI S.i per acre ami tbe Im. robbera eicape. It la reported by Major tify that they bale made a nomination. chiefs payment of tho wholo sum. Thoy mediate Wbam lo be the mott fiendish outrago he The Governor tnjs these provisions nro wero OMureil by Secrotary YHaa that they cumbersome, would be inciToctivc, and nro would bo aver wltnet.od. The fighting of the aolgiven proper consideration by dlera bad a good effect, as It It known two unconstitutional. tho depart mont nnd legislation recommend, of the robbcrt were hattdy carried away cd which would bo so conditioned ntto proSlruck by a Mjlnr. by cither dead or wounded, hibit tho taking of any of their leudi withWlirrjuxo, May 11. A large meteor fell out their consent and the trail la noticeable by tbe b uol of near Addnon, in Webtter County, Situr. Tho law by which tho consent of tho In. thote men. lbe entiro country haa been Uianslstoba obtained U almottoxiictly llko tcouted nil day, but as y.t no one ba. emi day night It was about Svo foat In nnd was first seen coming over the that of last year, except In theso three parthe robbera, tut It Ii the general belief among Ihe military authorities that it la a mountain north of the village. It sailed ticularsFirst, In distributing rattle, farming Implewith a question of tut a abort while until they through the nlr in a loud, whlzzlnir sound, nnd burlol ltso f ments and money to Indians who w sti allotnie brought to justice. 4 ments the cash payment n Increased from f JO several feet In the ground near Cogar't to IM each. Second, the price paid for land mill, the fall jarring the earth for n radlut acttlcd la tha old bill was fifty centa per acre, ilaplizal at Iho Age ol 106. In this It it one dollar for that taken tha ftrat WnrraiNO May IT. Mr. Coirad, who of two or three miles. It had tho appearllvet on Cedar Creek, In Gilmer County, ance of a ballot lire, lighting up the sky three yeart, icrcnty.llre cents for that taken the next threo )cars, and fifty cents for ult wat baptlred yetterday and jo'ned the for ml o arnund. that taken tUeroafler. uilh tho proviso that Southern Methodist Church. Kbo baa tha Government tbtll buy nil tU it roThe Mjra Clark Gaines Cito. lived lCrt yeara in tbla world without' ll) aim after tea yoan Third, tbo Immediate Wasiiinothx, awakening to the coc: tt- - o .n premo Court, May 14 1hs U. B. Su- uii,iuiri!ioti lo crralea lumt for tho bencut In an opinion by Justleo of Indians to bo repaid out of proceed -- .1,1,1." of Khn llva. rntnfnrtnfiltr nn n rA,. ' l,or) tlon the drnwa by reaton of btr buaband'e Itradley, awards the executor of tho w.H inlet of land li Increatod from 11,0) xteento Oti.onq Tbe tccttont DUtnbeicd t and tervlco In the wnr of 1H1J, la very active . .u.. thtny-- t x ot och lown.Ulp at. the Uatlt oiwn v.. n.ln.t tli i,w f V and doet not look to be more than 75. Anu,Ll.oiMUlorocn,abellr.ntevea.oruntu. use at propartVcaolii.liy,tU BltyUut VTeTedrsre-iother cato of remarkable longevity la that rrvu uairies alter ion niigaiun. I oeaeui or ino puono irnooit, at prov oea oj of Mrt. Sarah Illgga, of Adraln, who celethe act organizing the Territory of Dakota, Tbejudcm nt of the lower court, award brated her one hundredth birthday latt Tho oft lng tbeexecutort )l,C00,rXK for Hit use of wh'ch lnvr provided anapriorrlat oa the ADM, week. direcexpended under - unimproved proptrty so'd by tbo city, was tion of mm shall be of the Interior, for the Secretary in. not concurred . Doctor's Eiperlment Cams His Delia. the niscnt ot the Sioux Indians. Tho commission to procure thlt nitent It Currov Hphi.ios, N. Y., May 13 Dr. Echo ol th) War. or Oenerat Crook, Wdttam Wurner Frank L. Vincent, brother of ltlthop VinWashington, Muy 14. Iho Eupremo and Charles Potter. Tho instructions to tha cent of the M. H. Church, waa found doad comtnlitloa differ little from tho lasr, except I In till office at the Sanitarium. Ha had Court afilrnie with coiU the judgment ot thai they arc lest tn detail and leave more to o been tuffering for a few dtye from nervous the Supreme Court of Appeals ot the Stn 1 tne discretion of tbe commits on. 1 he plan ot ot West Virginia in the cats of Davi the Secretary bat been to seek good men tor troublei. and nat totting the trlpol V. leara them to treatment oa blmielf, and evi- Freeman, plaintiff in orror, vs. JoiephIm- commissioner and then thoir own way. work as muca at reticle la Tho Wllllarai. This drcls.on is of somo dently became helplest In department Is quite confident ef the succe.s nud died while In tha net of letting the portance, at tbo court ho'dt that pirtius of lbe latcndoj negotiations, and that confican notbt held liable forselziroi of prop- dence Is generally shared by Norihwettcra .... remedy. erty cemmiltad as actt ot laglltmatd war- men hero. Tjs Indians haro already InA Goal's Costly Meal. , dicated thoir Intention to nccods to tho profare during tho recent rebellion. r OostiE-r- , 13. A goat belongvisions of tuo bill, and will prouab'y Isa, May II Looks Liko Rrles. giro the-- content aad allow tlio laul llvery-ttnbl- e ing to Han Weaver, n ninu to bo opened to settlement, clrillzillon aad New Yohk, May 11. It looks of Shlpthewanno, near here, got Into Hi prosperity. OHiier' pocket, the other day, nnd ate at If tslvln 8. Ilrlce will get tho There Is no free land la the Sioux rcterro-tloof the I)oruo?ratlc National blllt and two twenty-dolla- r two twenty-dolland It will hare no attraction for tbo Im Senator Gorman is glvjiinstlu ptov Idenl liooiiier, who anl tn got n farm for notea. Tha animal wat promlttory author ly. Herman Uelrichs, now in Eu- nothing Hut for the thrifty settler with a killed and disiectid, and probably enough of the greenbactj recorerod to pretent for rope, and whi was cabled oil. ling him n Utile capital It offert the most promlslns location now open ut Government price In tha redemption, but tin note were play el large iota for tlio C'holrm uulilp it ho holo publ c domain. would accept, hat sent bacx a declutntio I out, 1'lt.uiiK, I). T, May 10 Tho commander at nnd lit hope that Mr. Ilrico will get tho Fort ltoniKtthai rccetvod ordcrt from army Droppid liar Baby Ihrou-- h a Brldaa, hcailquirters to move lbe Iroopa and vacalo place. CiunLr-tTOX- , the pott nt a momenl't notice. No reason can U. Va., May 13. A tad Pity th) Czar. bo ntilgnctt for tbo order unlets the Sioux nrclJant occurred yestorday evening at Losdov, May It A conspiracy hit retcrvatlon It to be opeuud lus.de of sixty bridge croistng I'oca the railroad (.oiered among tbe military c U- dsys. .. river. Mr. Wm. Hlaukocabip waa walk been J ing acrost the bridge, carrying her little lcer j ttsilonod In St. Petersburg, A largo ILLINOIS GETS ANOTHER PLUM. of conspirator! havo been child, eight monthi old, and by accident numb r In tho tbelr possession were found or f i f Hep ht H': bttl" ct" fall, It ps'srd tbrough papers which proved that thoy lntondjd kpeuker rescntttlvc, Jlnde lTrtt Comptroller .it betw ecu tho ties, a dittance of tome thirty an attempt to astmtlnnto the tlio Treasury. feet, to tho creuad. It lived but a short to mile number ot bombs A Czar. woio also Wakminoto.v, May 10. Tbo Prcaldontbas 4 tlma, .1 . fOUUd. apjioluted Asa Matthews, ot Illinois, to be j Coll Born Wilhoul Eyas. llrat Comptroller of tho Treasury, vlco M. Brutal Wilo ATilrJ.r. T. J, Durham, reslgnod. Mr. Mntthuwa is the I'AnKtnsiiuno, W. Vx., May 13. Dknveb, Cou, May 14 Fred Me Hoy, present ot tho Illinois House ot DitIk, n farmer of Lott Creek, Uarriion mara which propnetor of tbo Pueblo Ho ase, on H'nxo llcprcsontatlvos He was Colonel of nn County, haa n street, while uuder tho lulluonco of q i jr, Illinois rcgliiiuut during tho w nr ami subsehad her tint colt n day or two ago. The kiltol hit wlfo becauia sho re quently hold the otltco of collector of Incolt wat p'rfect in form and development, sbotand n.o ley to purchaso beer. ternal revenue for tho Peoria district Ho with tho exception that it had no eyes. fused to give him Tho wnt perfectly itnooth, with no 1b murderer attempted to e.oip, but Uvea nt l'ltlelleld. IIL , SrniNiiriEtn, III., May It). Tho Houso Indication or elgu of nn eje. The colt wai was an ruled. had agunulno Jubilee Thursday nfternoon killed i luuraneo Ag)il Hilc'i Acquiltol. when tho clork. road n dispatoli frinn Seem, Vrohlpnt DrMt'i. Cot. Mav It t'ho tr.al of C. tary Wiiiil.iin niinniiiielni-thnttliEftJCl ol an Eleclfh) Shark. MntthoWH First W. Hitch, ot H.ston, Mats., chargod with had appointed Sjionkcr 13. AVilFKl.tNO, An em W. Va, May ploye of tlia Htoctrla Street Car L'ne the murder ot bis uncle, Honry II itch, was Comptroller ot tho Treasury. Iho muiuhciii nsii'e'l llaust, caught hold of th wire list concluded at Hurlingto i. Col., latt night, broke out into cheers and npplniwuand made a rush for tbo Sponker'n desk to cougratil. tl.o jury bringing In nVcrdlctot acquittal. oienlng nud wnt nt on e knockad aente Into him. Speaker Mattbawn brlully adleu and nppnrentlvdead, but accldan tally dressed tho Houso, saying that tt wus ImMind.li.a.cr Uis'iop Dead. ouco rereceiving a sccon t shock wai at Nkw YonK, May 11. Wash iigton Irving perative that ho should leave almost Im. his work as II vived and went oi with I) it hop, tha dUd at No. bl mediately for Washington, and thcrotnro nothing bad happened, thoughts ot Wett Twenty-sixt- h stieet, shirtly after tenderingw bin reslgiinttun. Alllargo crayon A noon yetterday. Tha causa ot bis duatli business cro nbandoncd. A Jeatout Kutuaini'S Oeal. Matthew a. In n gilt portrait ot Colonel ClMJlNMATl, May 13 Morltz I. Hlano was byitorlinl rntnlepty. frame, was brought In, mid Mr Doo. shot bis w Ifo nnd killed hit pretty little little presented it in n brief speech Insurano Mm Su'cIIjj. daughter and then tout a bullet through mi behalf of tho members, who cuuirratu K, L 0 ovr, secro MomtK, May II latedthe icclplent while regretting his dehit own brain early yetterday marnlng tary, ot The woman, though dnngeromly wound- suicided tin Mobila 1'iturance Cimpiny, parture. Mr. lAster, ut tho request of tho this morning by shooting hlnnjlf pages, also prosouted tlio Kcaker w Ith n ed in tho bend, It Is t( ought will rocovoj cane, after which epcechoH Infidelity on tho part of the wife was tha through tha bond, 1'iMtriK.to Illness caused It. were made by n number of members. causa of tho tragedy. .. TALK OF THE TITLED. home Consular Probatilllllos. Drop Into a Creek. t .May 10, It Is said that Wasiuxqtos, CAtrto, W. Va, May 1.1 A truck on Tnr Duko of Westminster Is tho rich- among tbo appointment to tho Consular Wllion'a Tram road jurapod tho track est ot Queen Victoria's subjects n Great HOttlod upon by Secretary Illatiia ycstcrdiy nnd Kbert Wolf, hit wifonnd uruain. nro tho following; Hnrvey lidwards, of two children wero thrown from the trestle I'.MriiEsi AravsTA Viotohu, of Germany, Ohio, for Ilerlln; IMltor Sandars, of the In o the creolc, a dlttancoof thirty feU dots not think It unbecoming to her digniHreedorn' Oaretto, Chlengo, for Hnvroj Mr. Wolf will dlo nnd her butland wat ty to personally superintend ber nursery, Thomas Sheriiiau, of Maine, for Liverpool; and alio occaalunally persuades tho Guorgo llliluu, ot bt Ixmls, fur Glnxguw; badly Injured. to pass bnlf nn hour nlono with her- Adam H. King, of Ilaltlmorc, for Paris. Leap From the Clouds. self and tho royal children, and on such ocHoustov, Tkjc, May 111 Krof. St. Clnlr, casions dismissed every body elso from tha Jiiitgn tViHid. threatened by N bite flip. Indianapolis, Inil, May 10. Fur six Ihn neronnut, In nttrmptlng to give hit chamber. ock Judgo Woods, of tho Federal Court, The ot Hanover Is ono ot tho leap from the clouds" at tho Knlr Groun I receiving threatening letter k from is been 1'nik tbla eionlny, lott bit grip on the most completely fnriMten of tho many exparachute and fell three hundred feet to the iled sovereigns who llo In secluded places vVbite Cups, w ho do not like tho position lu I'.uropo. Hho recently celebrated bor tho Judgo liiut taken In tho election cases enrlh. Nearly ovor bono In his body seventieth birthday. Sho lives nt Gtnuttdcu brought before htm. . wat broken. with her sou, t'.o Duko of Cumberland. twenty-thre- e llullilliigt llurneil, Tlio authorities of Gmuiulcn presented her Died (or a Honeysuckle. St. Joiinsbubt, Vt.Msy Ift Tho buoiuess Stoln, n Ith congratulations on ber birthday, und IlAtTINOt, Miss., May art ot tbo village ot Danville was wiped of St. Paul, wnt killed here In a pacullar thero was a torchlight procession to tho out by tiro in ono hour 'I hurwlny afternoon, manner. With h couple ol young ladloi royal resilience. Twenty-threI'iiincess Louise la ut work upon n statuo only tho bank mid lioto! Okcnplng twenty-sevo- o )m m uxlLlnir nliini- - tha blulTi nenr Ver u buildings wero lurneil nud of her uiothcr, Queen Victoria, which will million Kail whin one of them asked him be fnmllleN arn homeless A high wind erected In duo tunc In Kensington Garto plc't a honoytuckio hanging over the dens, piov ailed mill tltuio was no viator supply. Tbo Queen nbyi. Grasping tha limb of a tree he at- sented London. nppcurod on will bo repre- Tho loss la 1 40,11 W or t'iO,(l.J; luturuiico as aha tho oventful ubout tempted lo ronch It when tha llmbanappe.1 mornlng.ln Juno,lM7,when shejiroso hastily nnd ho fell alxty foet to tho foot of Iho from her bod to receive tho announcement All Itpldellllo of Nlllrldet. falls fracturing bit skull and breaking hit of her succession to tho throne. On that InCleveland, U., May 10- ,- George II Good, right arm nnd leg. teresting occasion alio received her Minis lion, trunut ottlcer of tha Cleveland publlu tors In ber night-dres- s with a stuiw thrown ichoola, shot hlmtelf In the head lata Chirokn's Prici lor Ihi Strip. hastily over bor shoulders, u oostumo mada Wednesday night and died teiterday morn. Chero.ee Indians f.imllliirby tha Chicago, May 11-- Tba palutlnir ot Sir Inir, makliip" fo fourth tatoof sulelda tn want H psr ncrt for tbe Charokea strip. Ueo co lluytur, boot Cleveland within forty-eigTbsrt Is a hitch la tut ntgotUtloui, rocka. The fight la. led fully thirty minuter, in the wounding of eight of the guards, at lent one of whom will die. Two of the men were wounded Tho fighting of the aoldlera It reported by Major Wham at being tho mott cool and colleo ad h ever iaw. The clerk, Mr. W. T. Gibbon, wut tbot through the cloth ing, any but escaped Injuriea. "coti- atrong rho box, which waa aecuron. laineu in It waa taftItl1'irofift'M'iToIgbborInB Vttucox, A. T., May Uk 1'artlcular oft ofMaJorJ.W.Wham, 1'aymattera the United Klatea army, at a point half wg letween lit. Grant and Thomat, ati noon Saturday, have juit leen received j thlt placo. A large bowlder had been ro . .i ( .t !.. lu. iiiiiiuio Ul .1 ivuu, niiu .... p nut I.. ...1.1. II lu. aiubulnnca bearing Iho raymatter Ihe clork appronchod they halted. Al half of the eacort left their arma IrLt wiefin and nnnroaclied to the frontof t ambulance. AVhllo In the rtrf net of icM Ing Itailde a volley wat fired at themfrej aiecludel apot alraott directly oven within Ilfty feet of them. Every aeelng the Imminent danger rutfaed run nnd n lively futllada begaa,' cuard bavinrr reached a.Dlaca.BLr.tMi roblry -- and thrown backward nt Uio dltcovcry of tho limited quantity of tlio land avail able there. It not directed to tho Northwest l.tance. Jutt lf.xn h .ri.trr.t "fl a brakenmn tn him nd wlilta nn. bv the oiHinlnir of tho great Hloux reserva ration, which It 't Ollll. ttodir HA. rrtA.ltnf- - frmn Ilirt tion In DrUota,bo Till poiiod In tlio courao o( a expected to Stefrte fcnirlna. illrt.tnl hit will. month or Vwo,oomprles t',!W,000 acres of HC0) to hit two brothors In Ban laud. It It owned by tho Hloux tribe The I'CllCO. Ha fnvA ln.lrn,llrtn. r..n-,- t. land to be purchased Ilea lu tbe aouthern f'i Us funeral, and who bedeilrrdtocon. tortion of Dakota and on the northern Wtlba tervlco, then offered fray or and boundary line of Nebraska, Tho body was Lrouirht horo to Several ineffectual' attempt havo boon lit. to lie shipped lo Han Francisco. tnadoln venrn cona by to nocottato w Ith eral pthcr trainman wure Injured but the Indians for this land. I .wit year n com- 'or SfOnr. nn nriA lMf,ia HOIIUIDLE DEATH. OKLAHOMA'S RIVAL. TJ1E'( llim.llnr All., lln Mnl... Roomers Preparing fur a Itu.li to Hocure Jamicsj r'Ton I (11.. In.lpii(.llf,n. Iln.d.l- - Claim. In the Fertile Klniiz Ke.rrvotloo f "'e III, tiiiiernl, , In Dakota, tVhlrli the Uoveroinrnt Is convicted la 'VXR. Col.. It.r 11 Henry Millar, At Irt F.ndeavorlntr to Secure fr Ihe pettier. l'"rilay morning a freight engine dntnj liung.thJ WAa'niHOTnw, Mnytft Thn Inatrnctfont tcjbe nnd wnt PtCtlllll. Im.r II tll toy. it h. .,,,D. Ll.ll.. tl.t.t--ii "li-- u ,a.ivii, bun for the Sioux ComiuUelon which lmvo been DloomfWId, Nels I IrOUl here. CJIIIl.ln n rnlll.lnn u(,li n M't on the track and was ditched. under propor nUon for noino weeka by tho TWKSTT-FITf- !' Indian Departments havo licen given to tho etntl, Chat. I.nnrAl wn. ran-rliHuntortown, ns llmlnr. three Coinmlaalonera nt J.hrr lnUrior Ilh red-hnnd pinned t It will n6w bo atrniigo if tho a piomlnent "t iRraunl, H lv In thlt nntlttnn wllh stream of emigration tnrt-- d In tho direcof flnocatllorti heid o ily out from under the ninchln- - tion nt Oklahoma, only to Ik) checked .At Vers s HI nnk H flre-bi- x nn hour sulTsiIng l.1n I.....I.. i, un ror Iiv. granting pardont to alt deserters from tho U. H. army, whether under confinement or nt large. President Grant In ttARiiiKnrotr, Mny II. It Is probable htt tha 1 resident will Itsua a piocluma-Hon- , jg55u,.V: TaBfes&Sg M!&!&&& Vr.'aWlJJ'fiw.r1.rs;V---: tyy I -- , " - fcKCV uj rm 1 VjtaTffWTf- yi,.iw J?-- jiL,"'" M)) Uu laborsrcn the stitution or iho will fnll by tho way roaiTw at killed bv when parturition invites tho poi-ilLouitylllfJgotJt of H had nut In n milk fever and tho Ihe explosion i other ills that at Jw yards ills- we blast and upon motherhood. Dairy World.-sp'oledand a rock tnnt, uhim.f Tho profits of dairying aro mado t the housn, crush. descended mo man on tha up of tho small dally saving of tho lng through' dlfferonco botwoon thocoitot producath. bead, caosln nlll exploded near tion and valtto of tho milk or buttor. TllS boilorjBl J A saving of ton conU per day in u herd ami Injuring iev OAlloruk.HHtt of fifty cowb amounts to $. In a month arabotherSTiV arrollton, bit leen to I60. Northwestern Agriculturist I)HA. i knt tor tha Internal np'poluted tv'a Prof, L. II. Arnold says that a cow lieveauo i Itlltnlit lit tfolne into a stnbla filled wllh thu odor oLtjoUu-nnUqulA cxcromoirU caffylftnto jioTinltklrt fiftcon mlrilleS- -dwell buj Lyons excited over Vie For this rooson ho insists that stablos wanton deitructlonajif entire bed ot should bo ventilated in such a way that pero nlr will como to tho cattlo from plant by tome unknWn mltcreantC At n meeting cf Ra Democratic State tha Hunt W. Ii Central Committee tho other night, The fact thai "variety in food is Haldsman resigned, giving as his reason essential fovcows in milk" docs scorn bit lack of lima to dovote to tho duties of tho place. Mr. Chariot P. Weaver was !o be generally uclcd upon. A tnlxturo uf corn mm oub gTouria, and bran in choien to fill the vacancy. A Dr.uocnATic State convention met at equal quantltlc, mnkcsotiQof iho very LculsTlllo en tlioDlh. Notable mon pras-ed- t' best grain rations for tho cows that wero Senator Dlackburn, Congress can bo used. Corn by itsoll should men McCreary, Stone, Cnrutli and Mont Homo .Journal. nov er bo employed. gomery, and Conjroisman-oltc- t II. T. Tho dairy qualities of somo brcodi Paynter. Coigretiroan McCreary was mado temporary and Congressman Stone over others has been brought about permanent chairman. Without opposition mostly by brooding and sclec'loi, n State Treniurer Stephen G. Sharp, who it is doubtful it soil and clltnato havo s fit-tei c;-J- Tho blc milker nomla a strong con- fSi.f d. .Ul1".!!. - Tt foe-rot- a, pack-mule- a, seml-clrc- lo "ttlul i. 1 viir ie o com-roso- d unheal-latlncl- Clnlr-mnnih- il n ar Con-uiltte- e. lfoc -- a 1 bo-i- n mlnd-rcade- r, Tate, was nominated. r JosEni M. Joxzs has beon appointed a y gutger In the Stcond District ot bjT ti Cviuuti..iuuvr vi Iiituruui Rtvenue. Cmiton Got r, who lived near Owens-bormet a siugulardeath tbe other night. He was called at a lata hour to go to the houso of n neighbor, whoio datightor wai dying. lie slept upstair, and in hit hurry he forgot a trap door which waa near tbe stairway. Ha fell through tbe door and vras killed by the fall.isElSJ FUSIONS for Keutuckyt Chailes Alfred Warner, Wm. D. Connn, George Itaker, Abraham (Alaughtor (decerned), Hliaba Webb, Jobs, IL Stephenson, John J. Mill, James Kllngletmitb, Hobert A. Boyd, Wm. R K ng, Jetse I. Cox, Wm. Jonkins, George AV. Oabbard, Jas. M. Miller, Thomai Sjymour, Jos. W. Dextor, Wm. Young, Thos. J. Hngler, Thos. C Ashlnhurst, Wm. C. AVholjerg, 11ns. F. Allen, Lifayetta Lorejoy, Alcr. Wilson, Jo in J. Kdnarda, Frauds MeEI-roAlex C. Iloyrioldt, Stark Martin, John W. ICollori, Susan, mother of Frnnk Wilson; Abigail Heemble, for widow of Samuel Given; John a. father of JohnT. Dial; minora ot Jas. K Harvey. Tnr little t0,Tn of Oak'erd, eight m'las west of Owentboroj vvas almost totally destroyed by fire the other evening. The Ore started In It M 'a realdenci.' and burned his dwe' IHnrV'I stora.-1-O'- s A.tMUJIa. Tafbo tf. blncksiii rfr4aJlrtro SVW.! lliil. fFVi Wm. Gordon's ras IdeltfaxtttTit iO 0; Mrs. Mary Lancaster's resh TgTff' e, lost fXOOO. Hagau's store Wat In rrl for (2,00), aid Mrs. Lancast r'tdwollinj tor (1,030, Thero wat no other Insurance. Tbo following foiirth-cln- t postmasters wore appointed for Kentucky a few days ogot U. II. Waller, Bcntcn, Marshall County, v co Mrs. A. Johnston, removed; Albort Likens, Carrirll'e, County, vice Allen Lowery, removed; John Curamlng, Dacbirton, Daviess County, vice J. D. Mitchell, resigned; F. I. Cloyot, Farmlnglon, Gravel County, vlco W. A Hendley, removed; Thoi. JL Gibion, Hlndman, Knott County, vice P. M. Duko, roslgned; J. Burnett, Mt. Pit cr-Wnyno County, vie Maltha Shoemaker, reilgnod; B. T. Hubbon, Water Valley, Graves Oeunty, v cj 11. L Bullion, removed; Mrs. Eliza Wation, Wnt-toA'lair County, vice Johnson Wathon, reilgnod. Tiik Court cf Appeals hat decldid the clauso of the Wallace eleclloi law disfranchising Hllterntts to 1k Incpirathe. A deaf muto namol Kuelbert, o.' Ludlow, wns robbed ot forty dollars on a railroad train. A D1RU8ED trettlo near the Kentucky and Indiana bridgo, Loulivll e, which was blns lorn down, fell the other nfternoon, carrying the workmen with it One man wnt killaJ nnd several eerloiitlj Injured. 'Iho ttructuro was about thirty feet high and only six iiivit were upon It when tbe occidont occurred. At the flrtt iojii 1 of tha limber tluii fiveuf tbe men jamped for their lives. Alb.-r-t Dutro, the fifth, however, appeared dated by ihi dinger, and was burled uuder the frame-worHit bead was caught letween two beami nnd crushed perfectly Hit, tha brai is epatteied over the timbers for teveral feet around. KsQUlliE W. II. AuMtoas, of near Brooks-Hie, died tbo other night ot paral) il, in hit tevcnty-fl.tDr. J. S. Pmcr, of Frankfort died of H pnAUlllullla eatly the other luuuiilig. has been one ot tha most prominent physiIban thirty-fiv- e cians In that city yenra. Tiik Acting BereJtryof tho Treasury has appointed and Gtugerc Andrew II. Lack11. Wa'din, In ey, nt Paint l.lck.-atiChristian County, oJk Wm II. Martin, at Ken-tsck-Wei-ranc- ....i.i.j .- - ......-.- . -- - .i.i- -. a y, varioties which havo not boon for milking potoers, ovvo this doflclency qulto as much to thoir masters who allowed It to dropotitof sight as to any thing elso, ns thoro is no defect in nny variety In this American Dairyman. At tho Fnrmors' Inslltuto nt Ji malca, N. Y., Jlr. F. D. Curtis gave an interesting account of how to feed slock. Ilu gavo tho following as tho best rations per day for it cow for tho best results in producing milk: 20 pounds clover hay, 4 quart.) wheat meal, 1 quart bran, 1 quart rotton-scc- d To fatten an animal: 1(3 cornmeal. pounds clover hay, 8 quarts wheat bran, 2 quarts Itnsocd meal, G quarts cornmeal. For young stock: 25 pounds corn stalks, 4 quarts of wheat bran, 2 meal. Colonel Curquarts cotton-seetis recommended keeping stock warm in winter, and favored onsllago iis-food. Jamaica Journal. . . colo-bratct d - ' ,i i. Ira: WORDS OF WARNING. Thlnga to lie Guarded Aftalnit In Turning" (lut la I'asture. ilred of feeding their stock six rrurit5i In tho barn, nn4lthelrStrj'S its Ml 4 I m a Living-tngito- n a rrTllr fia3T7rtO fUfiT tfuTTUoT pnsturo a aoon ns possible) in tho spring. This is not always tho bet thing for tho stock or for tho paturo. tlro.it caro is necessary in turning out to pasturo in tho spring, to provont los of flesh and shrinkngo of milk In cows. Tho first grass that stirts in tho spring Is llnblo to bo watory and and, whilo It may fill up tho stomachs oftlio animals, docs not utTord tho nutriment that forms llosh or milk, rich in solids. When tho grass Is "arther ndvnncod and has absorbed moro of thu stinshlno It bocomes mora solid nnd nutritious and tho very best innu-tritlo- i of milk nnd llnsli-fnrnil- fiml, n, ,i g x 'F tha4wIiig-iiainJrjtoro-keepe- 1 d m Thirty-Foo- Hra-jioi- HUhmoncL Joii.n IIacoiiaiioo, aged twenty-fou- r. fell In Two Lick Creek near Gennaniown while In a lit and was drownel. 'lllE ttabloi of Captain Thoi. li. Moore, at hit itock farm, "The Cedars," near Shaw ban, I urned a few nights ngo. Thirteen valuable bone, worth about $50,00) in thathmes. Hut little rain hat fallen In the tlclnltv of Ulnntdo, I.) on County, for two months, nnd nt a coniequenc farmers an complaining. Oats looks tadly. The chinch tug li ou corn and wheat, nnd the dry winds nnd ileal nro destroying tobacco farmers ar already plsntt. A numb-ro- t planting tbelr grounH in corn. T. B. Fi.akhxrk, ot luhvlllo, n brake man ou the Louiivlllo, SU Louis nnd Texas 13.-l- 'oter J0,l-.J. , 1 well-know- whit railroad, wai fatally Injured coupling a car at Owentboro, a few mornings ago. lilt leg wut crushed from bit fcot to his bod) Ho lived six hours. Tin: ttockhohlrrt of tha Kentucky At- oc atlcn bavt decided to Ittue bonds of (30,0-to maka extensive improvement! on the nice course at Lexington. Nr xn Mount Storllng, Bort Curtli, a farmer's son, dlod the othor night of hyg drophobia. Curt andn coutln were recently, when tb farm wntclulog rutbed In and b t both of them. Th) dog wat fodnd to I mxt- - 'Uio two jot.ng men bad their vtouudt rtutorlzed, nndnlto applied n mxditone. 0 ily one, Bert Curtis, turcoeded tn getting the stone to net From hi wounl it drew off conslderabla gremUb Ilu d. Neveitieleis bo wat taken III on April 2 ami gradually grew wore, till be died in great nguiiy, Nxah Loiitvl U. Sibiatlan Hbb nger ihot Wm. I) etrlcbi Frtnk Burton and Dte trloi l aid Ooismiu Uoiimmi will Ula, 0 icuf-MinIlu-lol- things nro especially to ho guarded against lu turning cuttle out to frosh pasturo. Ouo Is tho loss ot uppetlto for hay beforo tho gross has become sufficiently developed to properly nourish them; tho othor is tho danger of thoir filling themselves sa full of tho dovv mo'-'eaclover ns to bo attacked with hovon, or bloat. To guard against tho loss of flesh, from los of nppulllo for dried fodder, some of tho very best, sweetest hay should! bo saved to feed at such times and in addition corn meal, wheat bran or wheat middlings should also bo freely fed. Such foods are novor wasted, If judiciously fed. and novor mako bettor returns than butweua liny and grass. To guard against hovon, elthor keep tho cows In tho barn until tho duw has cntlroly ovnporated from tho grass, or return thorn to tho lmrn aft'."- - tbey havo fed an hour or two. Shoop whnn turned out to froxh graft in tho hprinjf nro very Hablo to rtcotir, moro or loa. This adheres to tlio ad jacout wool rendering It filthy. Tho best way to prevent this Is to tag tho shoop beforo turning thorn out togtass. Let tho tagging bo very thorough, cutting olf nil tho wool, around tho amis and below it that can possibly bo smeared by tho utiluuiV tjxcruuiunts. Tho tag locks can then bo savod and sold with tho wool, alter shearing, and there will be no lumps of dry, hardened fieees at shearing to throw away or dn up with tho lleeco, causing troublu Ilurnl with tho wool buyer. Amur-leaHomo. . .. A Query for Dairymen. Does It look reasonable to any human being that, ouo hundred different farmers, try thoyovor so huid, and all using thosauio kind of crenmcrs.caii unitedly produce n vat of cream, through tho system, as uniform In its churning nnd butter producing capacity as can tho separator that has all tho cream of tho milk of tho morning and tho night before. In a cream vatnti'l under tho Intluonco of a starter, beforo noonP Wo do not think It possible, nnd tho tnnrket proves It lu thu nvor ngo prices obtained for tho tw o kinds of butter in tho samo market, and mado Two ci creatn-gathorlii- g r J .3 M h dal in tho same locality. Mill, thoro tiro vast regions In which tho erenm-gatorlng method Is tho only ono that can llvo until a douscr population nud nn Increase of tho cows per aero mako Hut moro faslbln. within tho torrltory that milk can bu gathered to successfully tnauufacturo systom for buttiH cheoso tho making la establishing Itself, nnd It hau enmo to stay. Lot each systom operate according to tho lnoxorublo condition of success that atttieh to each. Thero need bo no clashing Out will do boat sorvico in ono place, and tbo othor in nnothttr, nnd tho world Inrgo enoush to glvu both it floltl.'. Uourd'i Dalryinttu h g 1 l' & " 'ifi "tximamMtn rniirnTttytj4irriMtlilaJaWaMMMMillllMi8aextrii wwmtn - ii i i r-- -. .i.niy-j-.''rtli- i .m nyjnpkXiJk.iiiFJMUi6i.ititi.i -i m umii i. tmi , Wi r, , -- un.-"- ,' 1 'j -- m -,- riiM ,,,, ,ililiiliiiTixaKttatJsIa-i''"''J- ' " mcxUmmmthm . . intatfl ' V - ir-w t -- W -U - f iti - k wmm MHrmum-mm- ' ' v 'M T M 1 . 3CS ' IXTOW 3E.3SODE3X"VX3XrC3r H. f BUCHANANSTOCK 0 I I j9l 3VX -3P & T .A. C3- - DXT F O 3E5 3NT T s?irs4 ?5i All now and elegant, embracing all the New Novelties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Buttons, Eibbons, Embroideries, Beaded Wraps, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery. These goods i y i ..i it. the cash down, and at the very lowest prices. My stock is the largest and lincst in Hickman all Beautiful, llehable and Substantial moous, ana uiu were boughtjfor --. fr -- Thankful for past patronage, THE HICKMAN COURIER. I hope -3 for a continuance' of the immense trade that le ry la See, te5 t pas in the past. I? i 0 9 s. ft. and the Very Lowest Prices!" will be my motto. Oetll txadL I have enjoyed exxcL "STotjl "First-clas- s will Certainly Goods 33i3.y ! $- - IWJIII.Y ltKL'NIOX. A 1IAHV liom to Mrs. Unwell, living t Washington Court House At the residence of Mr. J. W, MaveiTof JTozo . .Vilz-Virginia, hits eyes on Uio top of thl county, on Sunday last, quite an la. HICKMAN, KY, (creating day waa apent. A few wceka its head. aiuce the wife nf the Htnife named genAn ocean steamship has inmlo tleman requested all her relatives to be hwcr, MAY 17, 18S9. I'M I) AY, tho inn across tho Atlantic in 5 present at her residence on tlio iccsnd iinvs. hours and 7 minutes, break- - Sundav In May, All were delighted at rron COMPANIES IB C8UU1IUCU uiui vviiiuric.iu neighborhood. IT Ill c tho idea, and accordingly oo that day the COMPANIES of "l10' wh1 iiiir nil nrovious records. m Will BliCllil !'H),0IMi,UUl) oneriy, eouraio anil Jo. cruvrd began tci R?iemt)le vsry early In the tourists ,e may rn- .'.ilioui lie m a poor couutr. Claua Qua.1i am, iv young girl of morning, tvtul by ten o'clock the families tiuronc tlio coming tmtumor. REPRESENTED: p.tti seemingly, ""WSftklnff "'vU"ul 18 years, was convicted last week of all the Imtnedlntv relatives of Mr. REPRESENTED: friends Abie li pnali rbrld Ho in Kansas City Mayea ere repreaenled, aare A Holiil, IS knrat Gold Wutcli of hnrso stealing, fanillifa nf Texas, some of whom the four (lit ,,gu anil were exfor $'J'J.r,0, nt Muck Hros. Wo will entered miici ami; under tir a cool. In ami sent to tho penitentiary for pected, but did not arrive. The foreuooa r p(inti!on not bo uiidorfioltl. which new deterted blm, two years. pluck, uasspealfn happy greeting, atlheex. 'After lb war lio aajinlePln runninc the wlilcu illnner was aui HAKTPOIM), Don't fall to sen tho Watches plrntlon 01The bo.t iiiup hostess rrectdcl Humor, tlio notpil Fayette county till, nd ulillst no cnziced MUTUAL LIF1J, aud nouncctl. closed to n shady grove In lh yar(, roiiinrkalilo career .Mon- read law and got liccine lie waa e'coied I sell for Five Dollars, tbe crowd of Hartford. lJUULlNOAMK. apl- where a sumpluo day, in Now York, by dying Wlillo county attorney and county judge, and OF NKW YOKhT, fet a table '26 fcf from Frankfort wlicn llck Tate rn lone, fairly oaniiia under Its burden tt in cataleptic tit. ilo was a vic- "aa appoinlrd liy lie Gorirnpr to nuccff 1 hnvo boon signed luxuries awaited them. All bowed i Contracts tim of tlio connino liabit. Tho largest Financial him aa State Trciaurer. The eaao with for tho electrical machines by1 reverence while tho aged liott reitirnel lustitutlou tu tho which he made n bond tint Urlerred many which New York's criminals will thanks to the "Oiier of alt guod gitlai II lit Kit XI A, Uai.tj5i:b & Shaw, to clnso atrong men from olkrina for the plate, ue World. oxecilted. Tho StatO priSOIIB All partook of and enjoyed tho dinner out the .Maxwell stock of Clothing, 0,.1?.,.,lbe.,,,"J '"VJ?" J" w:.'i,lS;h!,,!,l,,elf ' t Sing Sing. Auburn and Clinton ila full extent. It was enlorcd lr tU' will sell you a suit regardless of u muuic. writer especially, owiug to the scarcity tf of uii'.uiiuuiia iiu luiiiaiiiiii in a 'cry high tribute to bis alerliuir nnalllics. will each be suppliod witli these her preaence on Midi occasions. The cost. was speul In old time chad, Jn n Stale whera lira to men Uuml, Diere machines, warranted to kill in less ew Orleans. INSUKAKCI3 COM- ia none more manly lliao er youthful antlcipatiuna And chlldith gin. Hhfokk tlio war there wcrotwo .Sharp, br ia or Democrat la erery Sieve than 30 seconds. n lie fibre ao Ibc hours were tilled Away, and ere e millionaires in this country; now of hia being. He la a handsome, tlgir Tar. news from Washington to were awaro twilight waa faat approaehlnr PAXY OF moro siro lleloro tlio war oua, true, good MIowj Kdonxa In iliia the eastern papers continues in nest wisiiti ana lonu taruwelis were ex ) generation, in live llilnga that illllicntO that .Mr. IllaitIO is far from chained among each oilier, and Is.t of all, there were no tramps; now OAKLAND IIOMK, SOUTH AMKUIOA, will Ltiild uii the Commonwealth, and it being u well man. Tho accounts rc extended to the host i.i moii are living in idleness. ""k lu carncat aympalh) wnh ho iun.c of r"' all agreo in the statement that he of llie lie hm of Philadelphia. Tiik Leiugtou Press is author- that people, becauac the rnukitieter forgo Hen is looking much older and feebler occasion, an I all joined In nlrlilng a cor-he came flora hlinsrlf Ilia tinai,c. ity for tho following: "For tlio career ia another iustanco of wlut a poor thnu somo weeks ago, and that he remainder ofof ihetr blessings on them He sojourn here. If so Oakland, Cnl. mtmmmmummmmmmmmmmtmimmmmKm first lime in many years tho --'1st soy may t.o. evidently futeoa hittihelflo appear more reunions her?, umy nuall, logetUi of April has past without a heavy "j1,1' !I""B 7hu J!J ni i"" p!lu iu public whilo hardly ablo to do P II O E .NIX, All Dress Goods iucludod in if being wllh m on this ocsislon, be rtfrost usually killing tho fruit." unPcd in a brighter anJ bolter world. tho .Mnxuell siilo to bo pushed on 0 ' ONi: of the itnportnnt qnestionsl Those present were as follows.- MrJ of Hartford. 0AM I'OIt.NIA, A beautiful stock of Ribbons, tho market regardless of cost. A w Mayea, Mis V. F. Mayes, Mlai hi Ibices and Flowers, together with great many good styles in the line. that tho next Legisiaturo will bo called unon to L'rannlo with will 0 1!? M.r: J v Myc. Mrs. lor .My , of Call and examine them. Children's Ilcadwear, at Mr. bo a bill to rcqulro tho counties Jimmle Mavcs, Virgie, II. IS French ad ComaplL'b" !lvO)rosonts of Lela, Su la, Jimnilcasl Mrh. Jonus' children, Ualtzkk & Shaw. to support their own pauper GEUMAS-AMKKSail Francisco. idiots. lluilic; Mrs Callle Uriitehflelil. MlfS Lc:i IA out ot tuts uaturo was only de- Kuvkcndall, llennle Ku ken Jail, Mrllco Correct to n Cent. States. Those Cait. W. Stonu, tho man who New Yoith', May 11. Tliocouut feated iu the last Legisiaturo by ry lUv Mrs Susan Davis aud their chicould bo tho next Governor of OAN, John, Jennir, a vcr.v small margin, although it ldren, Miss Maggie, , Kentucky if ho would consent toj of the mouoy in tho Mary. I)u and Tyler, Mrs. Lou M. Lutn IXiASOAUIUUK, of Now York. iiin, was chairman of tho conven-- j was concluded yesterday and tho has tho solid opposition of tho and family. MIm .Mntlie, Willie, Waller choosing tiou that nominated Judge Slnirpo. money found to correspond with mountains, n section of tho state and Mr S. It; Mr. J. M. Itoberla, Mrs. tho statement mado by tho lato thnt is chiefly benefited by tho Lauri ltobrrls, their children, Mirs Grace. or last week. from Hugh, EdJie, Lee, Kihel aud Nellie; Mrs. Acting Assistant Treasurer on existing law. Uranaford and family, Misi Laura, for .! Manchester, Kuglaiid. FlltlSMAS'S FUND, Tin: Episcopal Church of South April 13. Tho amount found to ri'.,. ci'iuurmcu .nyni iiaines Sue CJUI aud .Mary; Mr J. J Seav. Mrs i.i ir .Mr iiifci Carolina is in hot water nt Alkcu. be in tlio Treasury wns SlTf.o'Jl,-513.7C- . case was on Monday settled finally j Motile Seay, their cMUrsn, Mttu.Uy, claims. of San Francisco. Tho bishop and a quorum of the bv thn United States Snnrniim Lutcn and Itubv; Mrs. Fsnnle Johnson rn.,- - .ni.ini. .i..i.i.iii..i ,1 i, .. and children, llesfie and ilenuie: Mr. A. diocesan convention aro in favor l ' '. leu. !' of recognizing the negro as in full of Tnn Supremo Lodgo, Knights nf v ' n.',"" " :Y,0ii ."..T" V. TKAVKLKKS' Rates Ob, Consistent with Reliable and Tlis ';.:? Ori; Mrs. Honor, is holding its OlUIUal -ni....,'iennn Ogie nnd Mi: SaoiQle;1,. DrB. XlevlnaIa?i", membership. ii iiiiii t.At;tiiviitn inPr iiitns ' THtin licghter, J. session at liitlinimnolis. Mr. J. The first suit was filed moro Tho largest Accident PKNKSYLVASIA, ... - ... . than Kim a Itamer, Mrs. Lula Itecves and (1. 1). V0WBllli or Hickman, ia in at- - half n century ago, and tlio case Uorden. Itemoinber tliat the onlv com- A Nnttr Company In INSURANCE CAPITAL REPRESENTED AT THIS AGENCY, plete stock of Watches, Clocks, ilB,'nce. of Philadelphia. America. m has been In tho courts in feoino LouIb JitaMlt'-Sy- y nml,8iecttvcle8 In llick-- l rTTl kdldatoiwat farm pvor Hino.n. Mm nnliina The St. umkliiK MerchantsV OH n lively war in w . v ,'1V ta lMrnMBmtf .. Urmocrat lo VnotiRlit to recovorlnna unlawfully of that city. ' irib....rl,linVr..I.A.. ..II..II.. uuiu uv iuu uiiv ui jcv urip.ans. the biickot-shop."" , d.rMA.. . . uj.vii wuii,ei. ,i...bwh ,,it.iiiuMu uu Hie democraticMiri wint il7 Will Sho died a fow years ago, having iiiiucuuiu uaiKjiift in York Gov. iilickncr said that fine democratic vutelWaltend the prima spent her whole life lighting for "e careful favoring it, unless nor after tho surrender at Appomatox rigiits. IT?5Oen. Grant followed him into the J',oU ln K"oJ fjIlh ,wl ' n,,e,lJ the prlm- Ol'KICK IX llAXK Ik'lLDIXO, HICKMAN, KY. Tkouijle, which has boon brew-loiThi' tho woods, and oflered him tho '... to harmony the for several days between tho use of all his funds and food for ,,UMii0n: Do the voters want nT' whites and blacks nt Gretna, La., -- tho comfort of himself and his: II. UUCIIAXAX, 1'ntt. Q. UALrKK, J. 7Vff. It. L. ALKX AMKU II men. Moses lovy is a Union City culminated Snturday night iu the merchant. He went In Chicago and there wounding of four negroes, and the a bankrupt al bonsht a stosk of good. burning of tho negro fire comWo ltavo enjoyed a lino trade sillCO WO Opened here, aild If eloSO 'e. "'' "rested la.t week, charged with pany's ongino-lioustho negro (?0(a' 6" ,0 1N.e,'",1", Ilaptist prices.goodJewelryandllrst.class ViP,h ,". church aud four small work W keep it, we aro sure to houses occupied by negroes. At 1U(U.1IA., KY. (Corner of Jackson anil Kentucky Streets,) IlUCK IlllOS. hold our trade. present all is quiet, tho blacks .wheu tho cood reached there hB peJ them to Union City, and the Chloigo seeming to be intimidated by tho In were couldn't destruction of their Thk Chinese must stay nwny. i"en out left hadthe lurch: they goiuli property, becomo of the 50,000. or which was probably tho work of Tho su)romo com t of the United linJ man what bought the that tbeni. Troy llanner OPEXKI), with new STOCK, out an.l out. Hue, itjli.h KKiS for liitt tho whites of tho rougher element. States has decided that tho Scott JUST Patronage solicited. reasonable Chineso exclusion bill is consti- j Tho railroad prospects which Tho negroes aro reported as leavIleitis rrRHl.rljr ,rKai,l.l ,! , the r.troti.i tutional, and that Congress has eratnhiltj boomed hereabouts with an much ing in largo numbors. fnr ,wn, or all All PMllUclloni mW for !epiiora friT i.t power to exclude aliens from the apparent brinlitnena seem to have subsided A''iocJ Tnn story comes from Dakota rHunliij. ,,ttt llirr mou,lfi ,p,eiiiiitrJ at lU country, treaties to tlio contrary into a atate of 'Inoccuoiu desuetude," aa that tho good oct30-J- y r tent, rate ( peoplo of Haines-towaunuui. the city editor would describe lu "The notwithstanding. have been treated to shower which" means, using a ''rural rooster" exof frogs. Years ago this The Louisvillo Times Bay6: pression, thai the people should not place ing visitntion would have interestloo much faith in railroad prospects' uninspired :&" For Pore Vyct, r)I1323CXOS,S' The old first district rdiould re- til ' tPrt is brsks" !nd the csrs rnnrin;. awo, and oven infear, II. liUCMANt.v. COWOILL'S SYS SALV3. j.m. KKKD. member that tho sixtli was tho The Coi'aiKn, whilst noting eagerly all telligent frontiersmen but tho ( llAl.TZKIt. K. M. Al.r.XANUEtJ. of lriml J W. COWOILL W. 0. JOIIXSOX J W AIKSANl'fn. Uibraltar last fall and if the First ' mill n,i a.fltnn nt r.llrnn.l tnllr naplul.itiin tuko a common. sense viewDakota, tn ihl. lina nt rtllfArunl lima. nn. Neil ml gh and Hlieumatiam, of tho tS7 For wouiii redeem hersolt sho must tlfied its readers to this ulfcct, event. A very lively hurricane thus COWOILL'S VTSASSL OIL. loll up a majority of 10,000 in to keep down ny unreal expectations. was in the neighborhood just then, Di:AIiKlt IX- August. It is in tho limber to do Hut there has been a deal of railroad and tho noonlo think tho fro"g tOT For Piles, prospecting. eilrVotii, &0 , through Ibis woro it, if the vote turns out."' caught up from their place COWGILL'S HLS0IlIT2i3NT. section, all of which shows that there Is MANUPACTlMIKltH OP TIIK CELKDIIATKO For uny tiling in Dress Goods, some railroad and business demind for of abode inn slough, had n free MIII)IOiillS, TAINTS lo run Notions, Huts, Shoes, Furnishing adlilional linesjusii0ab!eIhroiigli Hickman, ride on the wings of tho storm to?" For Tetter and Hingworm, and there is grounds for and were finally dumped into flio COWGILL'S TSTrER 0INTMSNT. iioous, 1 ranks, aliscs, &c, we that, aonner oi IiIit. marhu in n principal street of tho town. This tiuiy competition. rar, mul mabe uol fur luaiiy yujra, on view iQT For Worms, win unilt. Ualtzuu & Shaw. ur more or these ralJrsudj tfllirA ibi IT,lr man is cortniuly moro plausible Tli Illllintfl 4ant Wcra Syrup inc oiu notion on similar ocmm fcBfc. jl V9 fl ll, H haa ' ri r 'ifinrr' man 'o Memphis, we regard as one of the casions, which was that tho frogs SAriSFACTJOtf UUARAXThllD Oil COT UPRESCPTIOINS If iVV P'it!4 9 JwBtt Jim mt llVK kTH p5sm t iioi ..I.3ux... Joy, on CAKEFULLY COMPOUNDED. " a0it eerUin roaJl o lhe tuiaie. The of somo other world wero makintr ' THE JIOXKV ItUFUSUED. reprovetl by his teacher, drew a building of this Hue uas ouiv defeated by u tour. pistol aud shot twice at the ped- - a icratch ihis year, the Iloird of Directors For Sale by Hip I'ropileior, egogue, Imppily missing Ids ttiui.' aoJ " minority or iln iouijo)Jeiir tti iu the The moderate snow-fal- l C'OMiTIKItC'IAIi groat pineries of Minnesota, Wis- J, W, C0WG1LL, Drugg-isfTho lutly assistant aud tho balance "ll,,u,' S"";1 'or,n ,u l"""'!' And fret your lllacksmlthing and gcnir.il consin aud Michigan during tho of tho scholars lied the room. Tho lie pairing done at past winter has left tlio underprorossor, after a sharp tussle, jaOas Hickman, 1C. In the preienl Sluajieinent. Usaniietl tho .vming desperation's belisinl hv the of the brush and couccovored ground as rs 1ILOC1C,) Illinois Centrtt that at "vTl'il unmial dry as tinder. Ilig tires have aiul tnurctied btui lioiuo. ICKMA1T, KENTUCKY meeting those in favor of SillJluu the ex started in those densely wooded . . (Grnr 0 Olion anJ Exchange Slrttti,) IteuHiou will bo iu the niWlty. The l'a Tin: iiccroes of North Catollim diicah, Hickman & HuuBTtn. lo which sections and aro consuming hunKY. IIOUSB HAS UGCENTr.V BEEN HICKMAN, 1IIIS nsiBiTaju-oic- . have held a convention and te-- l Hickman Tilled iiOlKI!). ,l l'.iilnnali dreds of thousands of dollars' I titled up for the accommodation of (.food Work at Itock. bottom Prices. My solved that tho welfare of their $00,000, has iiiadi a bi lull, but whether worth of valuablo timber every Having pnrcliaaeil Mrs K. T. Oanlper's1 l""innra and llie truelins: public gen. motto. race demands that they emigrate It is complete duuii wo can't say. day. Tho little villages and set- cilire stock of Hooks, Slntlonery. Fancy ottUy. Clean rooma, nice ImiJs, anJ square speclalty.-e- a This cjiiipany has oue u. ire year under tlements to somo other section where they which are scattered Oooila, ilo.. will contliiiiB toktep on nieaU Rtiarantecil lo all who stop with tia. ClTJIlM UOUK n F. (HI AY. JOHN can enjoy political rights. They their chatter, and may right up between through tho white pine bolt of the I1.1111I, at (lie 0I1I atanil, a complete line of ' Travcljt.j; men will find tbe best of atlen. hia oud Mm nine. Tin Intermediate mar'JC-tItlon aloiirliouse. SCHOOL HOOKS, appointed . a committee ot seven country iwitreeii and 1'uduc.iu northern parts of those states or In addition, we earry a full line of STA TIOKF.R ', to go llllll Spy out SOIIIO part of baa tut ehonu an encouraging Hiiirit cither many of them nt least havo CAWPV Awn PAM Y nRnpcp CQ .vYit?'.i'w. the country iu wliich their political ,n '"i'1' "Id or giiog the right of way, been burned, tho inhabitants JIAOAXA'ES, ,f innui nisu inmiui unuuuiuuu, " le,1" ,ruc "' prospect of build- - having bcou compollod to tloo rights will not bo denied them. ?"'' for Any of tho aboie not In stock will )e to which we Invite attention. Our prlcea and , "t 'he road uur suoli oppualtlon ii not their lives, procured are us Ion aa the lowest. ,..,.. uolngcheering. inThe fenn , Oa. & Mo. ars destitution nnd much suffering mid promptlyand see me.upon application. Come tu... ..i.. l..t.. is roportod among 1IIOKMAX, KENTUCKY. .laiunuo, uioukh, W nothing (his .eetion, but still as- ae'.'l J. CUNT. KLLISON rowel ry, &c., that noed repairing, w;ri iiii'ir Iiiiriitian of putting a fotce them. Actlvo efforts aro being o( to work lu trying to ssaiirs the made in the northern cities to asto Hob lluck, opposite Mlt Shaw's IVR JIK A Til I A h when you want L. grocery, at liuelc JJros', and he reipiiaite laud aubacripilou to the Icteeiio sist them. A iiiaosmiiiiing none, or repairs on Kooii aa lK.y ,av, el t NORMAN STALLION MY c0lltriset f.ir Has n Hplcntlitl stock of the very host makes of nil kintlH of Hardware Wagons, &c. I also keep a full line of repair them as a ATTORSBY.AT.LAW, building their road from Humboldt lo Germany has n very formidable nflered nt woikuiau should. whifh apL'G .Sewbern, wln.li mmt be done by the 20ih striko on hand that threatens to IMC'IUIA.-V- . Undertaker's Goods, Wal- tiHtillcH. moAH trootls ONKPUICK, ami that tlio very lowest tho market Ki:.vrrt'Hr of May. or i,cir Toiinnseo aubicriptluiis Common, lloacwood, and Solid Black t'tianintced to lie exactly as represented. bo a moro sorious affair than any' AII Legal lliinliiena promptly attended to. nut Collins and Caaos, which can bu lilted outline tho Makhaoiivshtth is taking an aru forfeilH. Thisaod situation present internal commotion it has had for .an railroad prmpect practice h specialty, aa tbe to need ndvertiiinR, ex up on short notice, and at rououable la too advanced step iu oloction reforms. UitlMKR uodertainl, and tho readers cin many a day. Ouo hundred thousOllico in Bank Bull liuy. (live me a call. cent to let tlie people know tliat he Is not prices, A bill is now before her legisla- draw their own couolusluus. laboring men aro out on a and for Fliop in West Hickman. sold, us reported, but will make the presture requiting all candidates withniayUj.bd strike, mostly miners, and the ent season, with the Jacks named below, in ten days after an election to lllo permeates tho r spirit of discontent Postmabtku (lotieral at my stables, 3 miles west of Jordan and Ml of Unhn City, nt $10 00 to with tho secretary of state an says that siuco' his appoint- great mass of tho laboring classos. , CJ miles north Works, loturo. Monsr due when taols are alcer pjickman HJarble itemized tiworn account of his ment his mind has tiiidorgouo a (iernaii statosiuniisliip lias never taloed or marcs traded. election' expenses, if tho samu chaugo on the subjoct of letter risen to tho height of dealing with HICKMAN", amounts to over ouo hundred dol- postage. A'' Ilo viin .. formerly a suoli disorders in any than nn arlars. All campaign clubs and or- strong adtoealo of penny postage, bitrary manner, anil n resort to Jo-aWttllchiB now locntotl next door to my ROLLKIl MILL, B. C. ing CKUKO UOKDO ganizations dispensing election but now thinks two cents is choai) military power Is tho usual romo-dy- . DCALCR 13 funds aro inquired alsrvto furnish enough. There aro many towns Hut that modo of repression JCiMlM tllO IlllHt OOR. Is a llaok Jaok, 15J bands high (sland-arlItalian and American Marui. With a wcllHolectotl stock of OltOOlSRIKS AND and Is 6 year old. tnrnrii accounts and receipts of. iu this couutrv. hit an., that ro goucrally overreaches itself and Ax(il'l moilt III' MOMUMKNTd, TOMB AND OIIAVE PROVISIONS. It is hoped by aceivoa mail but onoo u week, aud is gutting out of harmony with expeiiilttures. I will tiy to mnko it to tlio intorebt of my fricmla and 8T0NEB. law of tlibj character to remedy to this not regularly. His Moa now tho prevailing tendencies of tlio rOItltlvST IlIMi ciiHtomcra to giro mo a trial. lu slock, a ana Jot of a tlegreo tho- extoiusivo uko of U to not to rutliu'o- tho rtc, but day. It is likely that German la a dark. brown Jack, 15 hands Iiif.li, HAVING '.To lo ltiiiml Italian Marble, lam pre- COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED AT ALL TIMES IN EXCHANGE. very Ioiir. hoivy lodjr. These money in eioottoiiK. anutiio law is to improve uio service. statesmanship will have its attenfktandard), pared to (111 all orders. Call and examine Jacks have Imlh proven themselves to Im my work. tion called to a consideration of 'A good nrtlclo of Goods at Roaaonablo rriceBl" my motto. suggested uy a somowimt similar breeders. I will show their colu fioo ouo in tiso in England, where grcnt MonKtliau l!J,Ol)i),Ol)0 ncros of tlio beauties of a Orders from tbe country promptly those ol any other Jacks In Fullon a. TIUAT4 airilnst counties. honollts liuvo resulted from its on- Ainerican Mill buioiicrs to tariff by this distress among Mlcd. or Obion m&y'Ji Idutit iilious. toicomunt. Goods delivered lo any put ot tLc City its workmen. tt.y,McCON'Ki.U IIIOkMAN, 1 ', v KKNTUOKV, ' fOlW OANDIDATR roitTIIKlM'ltr.R. (FruM Clark Conn'r Iriu uat Stephen Q. tiharn l .1 "nnitta of Clnik tie wai horn nl KiiUvlllc, but was clilnly II,. work nlae.I In Fnrrtlo. npaf Alli..n '' tn a Or m hand hen u bo ii Hie Clark side of llie 'uc '- -r the f.ilUr nf Jtlitftft Vnl.An ih.1 nil lu i lni ' . IHSUBANCE! -- rt ';ivis, 111 rrr lid-"- !". kc nt vrri'B,iirTp mind-reade- 11 i 11 I ay V) Pi re, IJfe, eeidt 7,-U- O. 1,500,-OIK- ' ' I ,'" ai7d Tani7e. ' - - . ' A. A. U sub-treasur- y I)-t- ll - opportunity of a list of Conipnnies that promptness cannot be surpassed and liberality in the settlement of a largo line the lending panies in the United desiring Insurance will hne the Davis Um:i ,. I 'j1 !. "." s !''. " i - " i'- - Over 1220,1 90010. 'l? aa-f- o - g i , -- . . " IlW m $ ACW"? i11.'9! kllttj 8s Stably MIGKM11I BJLHK. p,r 0"I TOPI HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, CAPITAL, KINGMAN BOMAR. n What to Buy? ff jr r,,r(i(r ,0il i,a). THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. IIOLCOMIIB, -- V iwelp-In- R HEltTWECK. BALTZER & CO. ln IMut m DVjc-STL-V- FS. w i. ( M WF. -- .''VlilaZalf'Vfi ehlensV-bpebri-jl- , STOIC! f (iTO-WrSX- "1 I lew Book 1 Store.'! J. F. GRAY'S, HI CasaCAIT H:iaK:viA.iT, WACOIT, I SSIbSVIU(St I ,,,"'l A. F. OLIVER, W.MIIE act-lel- y SAM'L I ISBELL, DOUGLASS BROS IU, ; RELIABLE . fi R. B. BRE7ARD. urst-olas- s OTJBAD01T well-kno- ul-8- 0 Wana-make- m mm v. ROOFING A SPECIALTY. ia iW -- mm EAMAGE, mmj 5lm I ), OBION AND EXCHANGE STS, - GROCERIES staked-aud-iidor-o- d -' nou-res- i- I1T HICKMAN! a ivr. nut iacu-!'J.3- . if-'- . I -- V mnwmidiimiimiimBmaumikimumimw , f.wif FW i$L u . I j.. -- . i.u'r. ,,.,, , iwiim ' may- - y"T 4MM , ' t ' . v"-jV:- u 5 njH"Oj,'fVft msmf n9MTaV.i ' t 'fi. Jl ' t JL TUm XVext Chapter of Horrors is now, BALTZER B.LT'ZSEJnF?, . B&guiii House,- & & -- HAW ! P )U& K 5i(l SSffimors of the Hiiving bought the Mnxwcll stock of J)ry Goods ul,a V.Uf Cut, will now continue to knock Hip bottom out to the horror of competitors. general trading public, will find a Ncio and Complete Stock to select from, and are mot cheerfully invited to call, and they will find theirtpocket-book- s $ have ti healthier look, after buying, than it they had purchased elsewhere: $? T - uiid tiifj will JNw - S 131 "Wh II. M. Maxwell's old stand. i I MiHrn. WIM. HAI.T',.'.!., I1RADY SANDKIIS, WE DRESS are. sti&l sh AND -- nml VAh DAXCY will bo found behind our counters nady to welcome their old friciuh cni Customers. Remember the place - 1 ROPOSE 11 -- - TO A K 1) A V 1J T II I H 8 H A 3O N ?C 7V'? jlyy. N D , QUTDO NE A It I. DISPLAY OF LACES ,30.dL WILL SJli-pox"s- . O Zf R . - THERE! STAY FPOUT8 IN SPRING AND S U M M B 3&- F O It 31 U It K the i -T II 13 Sec Local ,oticei elsewlieiu in this "S. & A Dp fflWftWriTiiTMi.y "wiy that nowhcio in this M'clion wilrflWJIr if handsome a line of GENERAL DllY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, .?., a sve arc now allowing. Wo have got Prices Sown to tho bottom notch, and Appose to keep them down, and will not Ice Wa snail continue that policy anybody tindcrsi.il us. !!y Hom attention to busincMJiid strictly following our old motto "Uood Good id IawsI I'rices, and Fair Dealing, wc havo hteadily increased our trade until our sales now exceed any liou-- a itmown. Wc arc showing the most elegant line of uinu our Spring Slock. hereafter. Wo cordially invito you, one and all, to call and Wo have too many llargains in every line to enumerate here, but will be pleased to show them to you. roc c - a Smith, Ellison The Leading Jeweler! 3 BURLIN GAME. & Tho LnrKoat nnd Uoat Stock of Tb.o best stools, of Slioes Of ALL TRIMMINGS. WHICH AND AT LOW )E SOLD FIGURES. EMBROIDERIES t Tlxo most IPox-afooWE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! fll unit DF'itting: 01ctliirir. IN i & ty Co. Hj Jf 5 5 5 5 f BE SURE TO BEAD THIS, W1 ?51 "5iC "?j. Wi WTfMli -tl --???i, A- ?PllS.Tffa Tffri ?MPi WJ, Witches, Clocks, .1 JSWjt HfejJIlrtwS fO)- Si, V. HAVE A Spectacles, Musicul um011s WE VERY C II O I 0 E SELECTION 'OF ewelry, TO J3E POUND IN - SSSoSns1CITY. TILE DEgCJTYI. "Tx-ict- l W, A t afl ?m SILK Xr4SiiyriAtfi-7Yi-:aii--S-tiJfmVj7Z3SBOKBua DRY GOODS IN ALL LINES. Tho very beat quality of Ladies and Misses 'COTTON Our DRESS GOODS are the Finest, Prettiest ami most Moderate in Trice, ever shown in this town, with nice Trimmings to match. H LACIS, EMBROIDERIES anil RIBBONS, from the cheapest to the most costly. in Solid and Fancy Colors. IMPORTED FRENCH SATTEENS; HOSE, SILK GLOVES; CarX-- O MITTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, of &c., can bo found on our Counters, nt Remarkably Low Figures. roit Wk i in: i.r.fiiM.i rim: (u announc I 9 j On our couutcrn will bo found u J M'KSON a candidate la trjrr-olllrlmtn ml I'uUori utintlr In Ibo Hiipetb lino of NkV lvMliltOlD LS liimi llut of - i I (itntral A. KUIKH. to bo fold at nbout cot LADIES 2222L0 2S &3LSH0ES 13 the Jts mililr nf KvnlutVr u' ro CUSTOM-MAD-E mid carriage. Ao IlifneKuudn i ii.4i if lit lmrstir parly MENS. 2eP 2sp & 300 liOUKiit it oik iciluolloii, we CAN and Wll.I. sell them VKKY I.oW, whllHt rciillziiiK iih iiiueli profit iih competitors w ho Kt rocular prices llAliTZKlt"fc8IIAV. up I!) H. IC. DAVIDSON, 1)15STIT, In Thi'i Celebntteil make of SHOES can only bo fount! at In Hick' pcriuaiiuutly located which arc undo in tho VERY LATEST Hitler Wright will preach at Tlioio lnliln'' Dental iiiiiii. STYLE, and for Wear and Comfort. llm Cliurtli next Sumlaj mom Work, or Hiiy kind, will plcuno l" ",1r',""l oil hi.... Ofllco over Cow. SOLE AGENT, IN HlCICMAX, KY. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT! "rhl,l11h"" day Ih Children daj InlS Kill's DniL' Store. fprclnl irr church at lb will llirouf liuut Soullitru .vx ..Mni.vcKm:xr. 1'nuforo. Slipper aiMio, worth MctkaiUs fsr liU chi'Jrtn list at llAi.init S: Shaw'h. Wc have iut received home nice two and ioo, Ten- Mosmw, Ky , May lOlh, 1S89. the tiireo ply, ALL WOOL, i ui,. i.. wvtfiiMutiii nfrTI'ructnr Knott,apjlu Kre.it by Hickman, Ky.. Mny 8th, 'S'J. .. ... . ...i.i.. To llit eitunu of Fulton ami lhcbnm il'featt an race limr a'... I am naptrinK (lentleuien, covnU'i lo nice lime inuicniv iiuii is nil! ij'ii;o SiioVne, lb luntna call, on llir Iauii- - Jin. A. A. Davis, III track, TiumUy. TliU mJa I'roclor ii rniirrN. )ou in the next I.ejiilalure of Aj;'t Travelers Iusmaiico Co., 2iu the action Kentucky. I Kiiutl'. jnliir.. Tho (juiii. Salmon laud, Bold lltckmati, Kentucky: of lliu peoplusubmit myself lo Democratic tbrotiKh tho Lollgbt hj aftle MiuiiUjr, Hi Mil rill' A solid Oold. I hereby acknowledge leceipt committees of the two couulie. I woulJ : Mr llAtiil li.lir l i'M ALSO s UlKin Watch for Tenty.lho ofcliock for 60(1.00, in full or claim hqIIcIi )ourinconaiJeratlon of wy capacity life. If an honeit purpoxe, ami rvcorJ tit Hurliusnmo's. Hack llroR have WateheH iih ugaiiiBt tho Travelers Insiirauco Cuhlcl by commsn aenjo anJ n wlh for i cheap iih ?iMH. Tho KirHt District Kilttcntloti Company, for Indemnity under deal lo all, raccta your approbation, policy for $1!,000, which I lair tnt that U Id mc la at vour aerrlec. nI Afelltnn, which la lo Iw brlil In Iho Tho splendid rain of Sunday Oil ttnl 'iSth, will he Urge. hold Ib the To honor tho good anJ the righl, anil to Mar Stilt that company. TIiIh allciiJrd by ((tollers nit orr llm JUtriot, tiecoiid claim they bare paid mo, araiil the wror.;, la an J shall be my motto. uuw.1 crjUxly lu look mora hoplul. Tin. pr.ijrimnio U teiiclhy auii lll te lu cSjo., jou", have always found them and -- A Ciuuliitiatl mail Iuih biokeii UrcillDg. T. O. J0KDAX. prompt and liberal. lli rteonl ljr niirjln UU John Carter, tho eiRhlooii;onr OTTO HEUTWKCK. which wo propose to put down lower than ItlTIl IIOl I, VMS. Ilo lu.liatl; JIJ ll to Levii )i.ace initio eM X'9j who foully niitnlr'l Wlillani f.mllj. they were ever bold in Hickman. Traltoril for lila moiify Utl Oclnbcr, anl Josuis, Ky., May 11, 1SS3. capotl lynchiDH at tb hands, s who birdy ll.iso ball has been called tho A lovuly lino of Hats anil ou hare ma I Bolton CuUiRwaa neoUnrcJ luilcatb at May" national Mrt of tho Unllol .Stain, lull dowu ahiaboii hand at .Mm. .louus. of a mob, Satunlay. lo aay aoiuethlng on tho public roail Haiti, la.t ltli It tbu humo racing mi.y well Jlnpute inoillon. I hare botn pick for two neka, Deiplla tho drawback of home Jia DinpntcliuH from nearly every will get up n few fact, figures anJ .Mr. It. L. Alexander, cashior title. repiilablo featurvi coniifcleil with the llto n( Kiiiliicky In Ileal thorn in, in tho llit an I iirur lwcn llltknian Hiuk, i oHf'l announcingcoin. turf, il general growth In prorerily ami of a tteok or sen J tlaya, ft.r others courae luvo been atet by gen lo ten lirUbin croju I LiIn-- art authoriml Iiadinb', i Attention 1 &aaa.'r & WE FOLLOWING VSRl CARRY TI 111 T it- "TRADE MARK Lt.Aut.ix3 in i ran LINE. ... , ,AVH Wo hac a very largo assortment 9Jk Ladies and Misses ff piiwcjop . . jt-- rr ''i vJiJBP?! 'c have the very best class of wirr Staple and aTanoy" LOCAL NEWS. SlffrnepTB B 0 NhrrnhL SHOES Slippers aad Shoes GROCERIES any" which can be bought from us as low as house cm sell. ! -- .. Accident Insurance OIL, -- V 1 stctii-wimlin- c C J& P E T Sj Pugs, Building Pvo Material WE WILL' Dol-lat- a, ao-de- Mattings, lt s&3k I Always on hand, und will compete withanj1'' market in this line. GIVE L'S A 111 Clotns, 1 Kcsri-cllull- niotlirr-iii-Uv- r. And our friends will appreciate this fact when they call and examine the line and Low Prices wo can give on tho very boat olaM of Goods. CALL, AND TO YOUR MAKE IT TO INTEREST US. BUY FROM Hon-net- - 1 the by a telcfiram tyt Ky of death (if lila father, Tho (loVcriiiuoiit work of tin- - week. Many lrleuli txlouJ aympallir In IomIIiij; ruck CiiUlliuina xlowljr. 'Hi H'ltif tho hour of ufllictlon. lair li irUir Iniiruiuiul will cuiaiuuucu .Mr. Thomas Jordan, of ltiok-ma- n llic lit nf Juu. county, la an annoiin'eil lltiok HroH nro recoi viiifr, daily, for the l.railtlJlurc. Ilo la an ol.l rJ.lUn, IiuiioU upright anJ touiiolonU(iulniioajl, ':.iiL-.i- il: Wtttotm. I'J aj'iiml ilftnucrat. 4T InhtkliiKY poifililviico uud riatpeol oi lTbmlMWK TreSi d 0 n t him. Kviiluolajr Mcllcal uf lb Smith-Wt- it Last Monday, nt Edgar Sta lm bvun In 1'aiIucjIi, altcudiaj; lion, Matipln, a iUiulyouiiK man, allot ii Titular ixnxioii of tint loclcljf. ami kllUu one MolCinney, n Jtniiirou." What in tho beBt tioclet)! Wo rliurnCler, wllli a iloulite-lmrrabot Run. r decliltilly of opinion that Ilia bent imi MoKiuuvjr, who hail been aiiraiuc ami iliitl vrhleli, In Ibo Hhualns Maupln, hail Ilia wholo front part cliiy fur i.ich o( in long run. tutket un the liiplet, of hiafaeo torn oil. t'roui mitia. ll popularity ilurlng tho last tlucailo tho firm griitp It li tkca upon tbo aportlng mliiJ. UtKt .cr-lea- Sm n nberiir, ull agree, Is making a epleiiJIJ o Ulcer. olhcar says that he no-An if Milburu ivoiileto ofler tho I'mlucah. (Johnson) baa made, mote alruta since Ibc Hickman & Moullioru rallroaj $3,000 an J Jul of Jauuary than baa been in vie In the yoar. t v's'it r aay nothing; to I It o tllalriol, which atrini county tor lit However, This may bo a somewhat extravagant luctl nniiMl lli propo.iuon. but lie Is uiaklng an excellent iliero are lume rr.e nutnlila of the coma J ration who arts wUIIiik to "chip In" anJ' oliiccr. UUo httu i wnrraiu, lor any pari of tho county, und it la as Rood as execut help pay the debt oJ before tho next iuoruiuj;, or a coo htinil- - rcasou has prevented its uxtcullon Wo havo sold over ono ar&. mil aaulp tC utiiii.f unlnBd utllilll llin Now Ih tho time, and Ilurlin-gaiuo'- d .,tT0l,,r, w''lto Goods, liko our h,Ht fovv wuokB A massaciiubkits man has perIiml of C()lir80 u.0 in tho phico to buy Watch-oh- , Kiubrolilcrion, Hhoultl bo hucu to ,,., H..ii p.ir tlm Imist. fected a tiiaehiuo whieli makes l'--Y Ulocka and Jowolry, oil JiAl. bo aniiteciated. money, uur nioei; ih mo inrgesi 000 nails a minute. BALTzr.it & Shaw. Tho Young Men's Christiaii and bout Unit was over brought to AaiooUtliin will liolJ lu r'KnUr mcetlnj; 1 Buck Bitos. Tho Hickman Ico Factorj Uiokman. g At Ilia lliptlit t'li il roh uvxt .Suiiilay ten-incine, N O. NcUon .V. Co. is. J, II. will elect LegiHlaturo Tho at ,1 o'clock, l.ferylioily Tim Mnrtln Mhllduvt'o , will Jlfttoo f ir ny by Judge V Co , Inn bacu tlcchloil J llou J.S. 0. minor I'IIm licit iHimnt bo curnl wltli Hi M1 II N. (). NeUon & Co, Hie a U. S. .Senator lo succeed RAN I'll.K Ul.MMbNT, tur mid at all tlic Ih probiiblo that our iner- - llurr lu favor of an I probably no moro Impor-laIt majrl-lfactory U lo bo aohl to antiify judKmein. Itlackburn, will bo before thai assembly, Drug flores. cluula will lu (in eluilnit np tlielr lnii and lliu ealo will tiike plaoe as wmii m llie work liomts hI .in otrly liour in orJor to Mnrnbal can ndrertis acoordlnj to lw. henco cui.tM Hs for ..enlaUtlvo honand iifM EVERYBODY I IIIOICMAIS, 3CY, ATTENTIONj ;ifa llioir clerk a cbanci! for rutt mil ors mlsht inuK It interestittft for them, selves nul lite people lo deoUra for whom itcreatluti. Tho I.oniHvlllo Derby Iiibt I'lio GiUKini's lirsl Having bought out tho Clark Uakery and exclllnR tirfcnui Ihey expet to vole. (Jrocery, 1 will lie pleaitil to see alt Tho front of tho HobluHOu wtxk wiu Ibo must aevoral years. choice Is for Jo llUtkuum. Now who aro I'ruc my old frlonds nml oustumen. block, inibruiitiK lliu buitlnei lioniiM of llul haa occur rd for you for, .Mr. Uamli latca? tho farorlle, but lUlittr & Minw, ti. (JoMitrli .nut It. II. tor Knott wm lamely for all (hero was in Ili'imil, dtlti'M. V:i., Ik'OHli in Ilmrnnl, litt.it lievn newly pulnlcl, willed a ro lli.it wua run The protiactod mooting at tho .V1"II'M on IlimttS ll ho was defeated by a utok by .Spokniu, llaptlst Church Is est 111 in pronre, a ntini-he- r mlU inncli la Ibo exterior appotrtaco. ill Uslt Dai" Uelivery Uiead Wagon a Montana horse. The mllo and a Mlf of n billions lu thu church having you fvury day. Kcpairing dono with Nontness Does all kinds of Machino Work. Seo oureii),Miit lino of Tutoaoii was corered iuM Ml J. nut It, awl n iiu'ober of seekers at tho It. M. MI.TIII.NY. been JatS tt and Desputeh. Ho gitaranhe all we do to give lutitnetion. Having r.iriiHolu before bikini,'. Koinombor that ills no trouble altar each nlghl. l.Mer II O. ItoburH It a located with now tools, and tho best Machinists lit thu moro Ihau oullnary ability, JJAIIZKU & SlIAW. for lluok HroH to hIiow you their preacher of lirnu wiiiKfH tloiw nt caoh Wobt, wo solicit a shitro of your Undo. ami holla wiiuik of .Inwelrv. icu.. oven If you r""'1 liialilliulml ilo'iii Cititur, tihuor linn, .".Ri R''1, ' Piping, PlrwFittings, Brass Goods. &c. constautly on hand. i no tiiiucrsiKiivtt mivuiK reointiy Wo invito and hoi I in ll rcllijioiis work In profit In U' It tan at Mijrlii'ld fur iiiuriler, niwerlai do not buy anything. end rcjuvoiiatcd Iho JUCICM.IX Wo mo agents th.it lit knuwii lliu Inci'ii li.irli of llm overybotly to call and exaiuliioour for Saw .Mills, l.ugines and llollors, Iron Policing, llOuSli, dtairo to oill Iho atlenlion of ill ri.af.ilu T ml iii ittun In flniun U old ', nml III it bo Hlock. Shlnglo and lleailing Cornish Work, Cylinder Stuvo-Saws- , tlrve cugnty of lllok- paironi, und Iho I I lie nsiuci of llio guilty onus on will Saws, Pumps of all kinds, tVc. Bi, ,Maly lolU u'cUUt lliey A roscrolr on tho highest ooluinnsareM'.U. SOU from Mnrcparnl to furnish llrst.clau aooom- tbo lOallal I, 91.00 'Rr) band WatcllOH to point ." th- hill, which will not con manuor Come to Uncle IiroH., to (jet $3000, will supply every point in (o $10.00, but tlio Mitolios 1 Havo luodatloiis in a very home-lik- e B01LBR STAVE SAWS AND Wo tint all who lllokuiau jour oyo lilted correctly with for tttt, with nu ampin atipply of walor adveitised before aro now goods, ronliofeel confident wellploasol, will ptU anl will us will bo lactorlua, mllU, llraiid now Watches, from $3.00 ipeutaclus and eye kIushcb of all peak u favorable word lo their fiicuds. fio. Now, woutdn''t ih.il ho a 'J CD EL uV. IEti OK IK $8.1.00, nml tho $;J.OO ouos aro kinilri. A full and complete Btook kc, ltcspeotfully, Improvement, and n great etono to Olllco no.tr N. & O. Depot,- - Oor. 7th' nud Morfcow Avenue.- Wiitoiburys. MAU3.VC & Sllll'KK, of (,'old, Hllver, nickel, stool my? Tliluk of It, fulrly nad without UJ uot ,4ie ly D. A DUI.UNOAJII. iray'i-lt- V 1'rqi'u lllclrcuu lijujii. Ii,iy,' win,It Iranie. i.inoa ami pebble lonsi- - :.;r. ja7ani7T, rf watches a Kcpalrinp fluo specialty. All work guaranteed. Duck lit os. Says llio Hard well Star: Thero r un lli iar imt lo'te a JljiofHI'.Mi upon but more eajiccially for the coDilaerallon or tlio:o ptdo may aiptro to repreenl ui In Ih" Slato IsUlattlin. Yours very truly, v. n. Ambrgs F Dry ki:xxdy. Mr. Hum tr Jobuson, our now E3 OJk.3E3 aj Wally Ei KENTUCKY, OAYC& froithe markets, and ti now OPKKING UP Sons .. -- K 1 GROCER MaeMa Has jtifct returned t? t, i.ot Goods Delivered Froe of Charge. lullJ. IUiti:-wo- not $100 REWARD ly nt Blokmaa Works CALL AND SEE tllAJJ aVH'l Jno. "W. Morris & Co., EAST EIOSKA1T JNO. W. MORRIS & And, in fact, a full lino of NEW GOODS in every department, autT at Trices th.it Defy Competition. Ho invites an inspection of his Stock before purchasing cNe whore, lie guar- anttii satisfaction in Quality and Puce. tt Notions, Hats, Sks, SON, Prop's, ooiirl-lionii- l..m.n.l Pine Buggy Spokes" Agents for Morris Machino Works-Engin- es" WORK UEWM aiitl BoiiorJ; - A, t4 . "T - M WILL OIUM. .llHVi:RY . SATlltlvY.- (TiUuV-l- a wn'mimpiwiiw mjmm)ii iiMatTunmuitf T"" AHtaanaLW jLLLFiVaVLLLLB 1 .. . Aa " imni" .1 uidkia.uuA 1 E.. (B5?-fta.lJ5HiBlRPlTwT- r S ..t.? l ii ;''; fwfrp' ty "'n MW'ii .'"r "iumtj ( nH lW jiiWLuJrwwsS4 DEATH IN THE 1'OT. Shapes. It OomoB to Mortals In a Varloty of AnAitrnt to ChrUIInn Workers to Ho or Knrrfff tic (Itntrri Miff Youth ot Our iJinit I'rnm lt Jinny TriiiplsloHSSrriiiim , llh TitliiiJT. by nor. T. DoWItt Tnlrang, prenchsj nt ths Tubernaclo on to 1). P., (Sunday W- - .j if '4 really onjoy tho disgrace and sufforing of those poor creatures as they get out of the city van and go Into the courts. l here 1I0 they get tholr money? That Is what you ask. That is what I ask. Only four ways of getting money only four! by Inheritance, by earning It, by begging It, by stealing It; and thsre are a vast multitude among us who get their living not by inheritance, nor by carn'-- s !', nor r?!;cnI pclsssci Jr. In by lrgi;Ing it. 1 do not like to tako the mind, poisoned In soul, lint blessed In repjniilllity of saylnj how thoy got III (led that the Uospcl of Jo us Christ Is tho Now, these men aro a constant terupti-lioantidote, nnd whoro there was sin there Why slo.ild I toll and wear mysalf shall be pardon, and whero thers was suf- out in the bank, or the cQlce, or tho s ore, fering thoro shall be comfort, and where or the shop, or tho factory? These meu thero was death there shall be life, have nothing to da They get n'ong a "tiofne tints ngo, you will remembjr, I great deal better. And that Is the tcinpta-tlo- a persuaded you of the liuportince ot bolng under which a grrnt many young charltablo In judgment ot others. At the men fall They begin to consort with lime time I said to you briefly what this these men, those Idlers, ai they go down morning 1 wish to say with great empha- the sams awful steeps. Tho number ot sis, that whllo wo sympathize with the msn In our cities who are trying to get sinner wo must deiiouncn sin, (hat while their living by tholr wlti and by sleight ot we p'.ty tho unfortunnto wo must be hand Is ah the time Increasing. against transgression. Bin Is a A New York merchant saw a young man, Jsgsed thing that needs to ta rij:,: one ot ms clerks, In halt disguise, going bandied. You have no right to garland It Into a very low place of amusement. with fine phrases or lustrous rhetoric The merchant said to himself: ' I must You can not catch a buffulo with a silken look out for that dork; ho is going In bad lasso. company and going in bad places; I must A group of emigrants scttlo In a wild look out for blm." A few months pasted region. The n xt day a wild beast comes on, and one morning the merchant entsred down from tho mountain and carrlos off his store, nnd this clerk ot whom I have one of the children. The next day a wild been spoaklng canfe up Iu an assumed beast comes down frjiu the mountain and consternation and fald: "Ob, sir, the carrloiod another chili Forthwith nil the store has been on fire; I have put ojt the neighbors bind together, and they go out fire, but thxie are a great many goods lost; with torch In one band and gun in the we have hAl great crowd of people com other to.liunt tbeio monsters down, to 11ml the took i$2fi their hiding plct, to light, j. nnd ransack ing nm4txis' Then and merchant have the cltJK (aisfBkollar satd: "I the rarerns, and to destroy (be Intruders bad enotiw,uWals; you can not deceive of their houses. 8j wo want now not me; wbeiofe those goods you stole? ' merely to talk about the sins and follies ot The younlKnan Instantly confessed his the world, we want to go behind them. villainy. back of them. Down Into the caverns Ob. tho number of people In thoio great where they bldo wo need to go with the cities who are trying to get tholr living torch of Qod'4 Word In one hand and tl.e not honestly I And they aro n mighty aword of Ood'j eternal Spirit In tho other temptation to the industrious young man to hunt out and slay these iniquities in who oan not understand It. U'hl'o these their biding p1a"ea. Or, to come back to others have it so easy they havo it so bard. my figure suggested by ray text, wo want Horaclus of olden fms was told thit he to find what are the caldrons of sin and could have Just as much ground as bo dalh from which the Iniquities of society could plow around with a yoke of oxen In aro dipped out one day. He ho ked up the oxen to the 1. In tbo first place, I remark: that un- plow and ho cut a very largo clrclo nnd happy and undisciplined homes aro tho plowed until bo came to tha samo point caldrons of great iniquity. where he starleJ, and alt that property Parents harsh and cruel on the one band, was bis. But i havs to tell you y or on the other hand loots In their governthat Just so much financial, Just so much ment, wlckeJly looss Iu thslr governtnont, moral, Just so much spiritual possisslon are raising up a generation o' vipers. A you will have as you compass with your homo where scolding and fretfulness are own Industry, and Just so much as from dominant Is blood relation to the gallons the morning ot your life to the evening of and the penitentiary l'elulance Is n ser- your Ufo you can plow around with your pent that cinnls up into the family nur- own hard work. ' 0 to the nnr, thou sery semetlmts and crushes every thing. sluggard; conslderher waysnnd be wlio " Why, there are psrents who oven mnke One of tho most awful caldron ot denth rHglcn to their clitldron. They is an Indolent life. Thank Ood scold them for not loving Christ They that ycu havo to wik, have an exasp-ratliiway ot doing their 3 Once more I remark: I list tho dramp duty. Tbo houie Is full ot the shop Is n great caldron of Iniquity In our of contention, and .from a pliCo lime, Anncharsis said that tho vino bore and sons will go oat to die. Ihreo grnpes. Tho wnsl'lcasure, ths Oh, Is (here a llsgitr leading away next Hiunkennots, aid the next Misery. Into the desert to bo srnltton of tbo Evory saloon above ground or nnler thirst nnd pirchad nt the saudt In Uu ground Is a fouu'oln of Iniquity. It may n'emn birth hour a Wice fell to theo from have a license and it may go along quite the throne, saying: "Taka tl.U child anil rospsctable fcr a while, but after a while nurse It for me, and I will give thoe thy flie cover will fall off an I tbo color ot tho wages." At even tlm, when the angels Iniquity will be dlsplayol. of Ood hover over that home, do they hear 'Ob," says some one, "you ought to bs the children lisping tbo name of Jesus? easier on such n traffic when It pays such 0 traveler for eternity, your little onet a large revenuo to the Government, and gathered under your robes, are you leadhelps support your rcboU 1 and your great ing them on tho right road, or are you Ins. ltution of mercy." And thou I think taking them o.it on the dangerous wind- ot what William U Oladstono sald- -I ing brldlo path, oil which their inexperithink It was the first time bo was Chancelenced tent may slip, and up wheh comes lor ot the Exchequer when men engaged tho howling ot the wolf and tbo sound of In tbo ruinous traffic came to blm and said loosened ledge and tumbllnjc ivalanche? their business ought to have more Illtstoi la the family allnr nt which tho from th fmt (hat It pn'd such children kneel. Illesscd is tho cradle In a Inrge revenssi to tho English Governwhich the Cnrl-tlamother rocks tho ment, Mr. OIisBtone said: "Oontlomsn, Christian child. Jllosted Is the song the dou't w orry yourselves about ths revenue; It. tie ones sing at nightfall when sleop Is givo mo thirty pna of sober poonln closlnc tho OV04 and lout.ulnn th. h.ml nil we'll havo ronougunnd aiur- from tho toy on the pillow. Itlnssed Is I nlus." mat mother whose ovary boart-thioIs a We might I, Is country tbls trafllu prayer for her children's welfaro. perished Lav it revenue; Lut we Tho world grows old, and tho stars will would havo more honnv homes, and we cease to lllumlnnto it, and tho waters to would have more peacs, nud we would rctreih It, and the mountains to guard It, have fewor people Iu tho penitentiary, and and the hearons to overipnn it, an I its there would bo tens ot thousands ot men long story of sin and shame nnd glory who nro now on road to hell who would and triumph will soon turn to ashjst but start on tho lbs to Hoaven. But tho road Influences that stnrtol in the enrly home financial ruin Is a veiy small part of It, roll on and roll up through nil oternlty This Iniquity ot which I speak tukes every blooming In all tho Joy, waving in all the thing that Is isorod out ot the family, triumph, exulting In all tbo song, or every ihlng that Is holy In religion, ovory shrinking back into all tho darkuoss. mug that Is Inllnlt) In the soul, ana Father, mother, which way nro you leadtramples It under foot Th mirrlnge day ing your children A home toot fire, and has coma. The twain aro nt tho altar. f)e owner was very careful to get all his I'lghts Ihih. JImlo sounds. Gay feet furniture out. He got all his books out, go up and down the drawing-rooDid and ho got all bis pictures out, nnd ever a vessel launch on such a bright and and ho gJt all bis valuable papers out, beautiful soa? The scone changes. Dingy but be forgot to ask, until It wns garret Ho tire. On a broken chair a too late: "Are my children safof" Lest hope gone, l'oor, forOh, when the oirth shall moll with saken, trodden under foot, ahe knows nil beat, and the mountains shall blaze, the soiiow ot being a dmnkard's wlfo. and the seas shall blaze, and tbo earth "Oh,"sbo 1 ay a, "be was tboklndost man shall blazo, will your children bo safe that ever lived; ho was so noblo, he wns Will your children bo ssfe Unhappy so good Ood never mado a ginudor man and undisciplined homei aro tho sourco ot than ho was. Ilut the drink did It, the much ot tho wretchedness and sin of lbs Jrlnk did It!" Home day she will press world. her hands against her temples and cry: I know there nro exceptions to it some'OU, my brain I" Or slu will times. From a bright and beautiful Chris- go out on brain, tay tho abutment of the brldgo souio tian homo a husband or son will fey out to momllght night and look down on the dlo. Ob, how long you had fiat bjy In glassy surface and wonder It under that your prayers I He doet not know how gla-ssurface there Is not souio rest for a many sleepless nights you uavespsutbvrr troken hrait him. He does not understand how many Loreuzo do Me'dlcl was very sick, an 1 you have shed for bis waywardness. some ot his superstitious fr, ends thought Oh, It Is bard, after you have tolled for a if thoy dissolve a oirtatn number of chlil, ami given blm every advantage and pearls 0 uld cup'and then he would drink In a every Lmdnuss, to have blm pay you back them It would cure blm ot lbs disease. 8) In Ingrjtltudel As one Babbath morning around and they gathored up a falhor cum tithe foot of the pulpit as I ell tie hoiutlfiiltpoarli they cojld find, stsnpud y it of It, and saldi ' Oil, my son, and diss Ay J tbciu In a cup, and the slct my son, my sun!" Tbsrs Is many a young man dra kt'jouf' OS U wai an expensive It 1 congregation. ft His suhjsct h "A Folsoncil Dinner," It. Kings lv., 40: 'Ho thoy and his poured out for the men toeat. And It com to m, m they woro onllng of tho tlint tliry crlrd out, nnd snlil, U thou nun of Hod, thero la itonlh In the pot. And Ih-- y could not cat thereof." Kllshn lint gono down tolccturo to II10 In tho I lif logical srni nnry nt student Ollgnl. He found tho students voiy its students are apt to b. Itlsscl-ilrthe world makes larjo provision for thos u ho giro themsclros to intellectual toll. In order that thete students may bo pr.tr m oil to hear what 12 Islm nays, ho lint feeds their hunger. He know very woll It Is motets to talk, to preach, to lecture with hungry nun. t Ho Klishn, rccogn'ring this common-uns- o principle, tshch ovrry Christian ought to rtcognlto, sends servants out to got food for these tungry slmlonts. They pick up icnu good, healthful herbs, but they bappenrdjo p ct up also some n bitter, poisonous, Uenthful herb. They bring alt thoio herbs and put them into tho boiling pot; they stir them tip, and then n portion ot this fool Is brought to tho students and their profess ors. Seated nt the table, one ot tho hun-cr- y students begins immediately to eat, und bo happens to get hold ot some ot the colcqulntlda. lie know It by the tnite. He cries out) "i'olson, poison Oil, thou man of Oo I, there Is death In tho pott" Consternation Is thrown over the whole group. What n tortutmta thing It was that this student so eirly found ths colo qulntldaln thomlxtiiro at the table! Ycu wliljiy rofr?r.cs find this U.--y is precisely as I hare mentioned It. .Well, In our there are groat caldrons of sin and death. Colotjulntldn ot mighty temptation Is presieJ Into It. gome dip it Jut, and tnsto, nnd reject It and lire. O dip It out, tasto It, keep on nnd die. And It Is tho buslnots of ovory minister o( religion nnd every man who slshos well to the human rare, and who wants to keep the world back from Its folllos nnd Its sufferings, to cry out: "Bowarel poison. poison Look out for this caldron) Blunt back! Beware I' bin has dono an awful work In our world. It has gone out through all tho ages, It has mixed up a great caldron of troub'o and suffering nnd paio, and tho wholo racs Is nit tut pot-tng- hun-Krj- r, m ' n, 1 man proud ef his ruother.who wouldstrlko Into tbo dull any man who would Insult har, who Is st this moment himself, by bis ovll doing and his bsd habits, sharpening n dagger topluugo through that mother's heart A telegram brought him from afar. Ho went, bloated and scarred, Into the room nnd htytood by the llfeloss form of his mother. Her gray hilrj It had turned gray In Those eyes had wept flools of tears ovor his wandering. That still white hand had done lint many a kindness nnd had written many a lorlng Invitation and good oounsol. He bal broken her old heart. He came Into the room and threw himself on tli enskot nnd he sobbed outright: '"Mother, mother I" but those lips that had klssod blm In Infancy mi I ulleied so many klni words spake not, thoy wore sealed. Hither than hove such n memory como on iny soul I would prefer to hnieroll over on me tlio Alps and the ltimalnjas. Hut while sometimes there are rons who turn out very bally coming from good homes, I want to tell you foe your encouragement It it n great exception. Yotnn unhappy and unllsclpllned home Is the poisonous caldron from which a vast drink their death. a I rvrnnrk that another caldro-- t of Iniquity Is an Indolent life. Alt tbernil trains down the Hudson river yesterday, nil the trains on tho l'eansylvanli rout, nil the trains on the Uvig Island road, bt ought to theso cities young men to begin (.oinmiiclal life. Borne ot thorn aro hero this morning. 1 doubt not. Do you know what one of your great trmptollons Is going to be? It lithe xnn p e of Indolent people In our cites. 1h-- nre In nil onr cities. They dress bettor thin soms who are Industrious. They have access to nil amuiemont, p'onty of monoy, nnd wot Idle, Ihoy hing nround our great hoSs-t- he Fl tb Avenue, llu Windsor, tlntHUwIck, the tituyvosant, the QlUejr SsW,ikl.rmir hotels. ycu find tbemjthrrrd thoro any day, men who do nothlnr, never earn any thlnr, yet Why should I work Wq should you work? Why druJgo nnd toll In bank and olllce, or on tho scaffolding, or by fie anvil, whoi these men got along o well nnd do not sor-tomill-tltul- o plnce' work? of them hang around the vl'y halls of cur groat cities, tooth-pic- k in tholr mouth, waiting for some crumb to fall 01110 of from the office-holde- r' table. them hang around the city hill for tho city van bringing criminals from the station. hou es. Trior stand there nnd gloat over H 11110 dy tsJ, piim! 1 veho-mo- ut 1 y g u-- bus-Lan- st lib-mn- el 1 n b fer-fo- nt 1 y trs , Into Its cup the pearl of physical health, Tho Inrvltal.le Ite.ult .f Talnr i,r Man for tl.e llenrflt .r the the pearl of domestic happiness, the psarl Amoni,' tho protectionist mnnufnet-uror- s ot respectability, ths pearl of Christian who utcil bulldozing ny hope, tho pearl ot everlasting Hoaven, and In tho Inst campaign was ' presses It to the hot lips. I toll you the dram shop Is the gate of K. Dedorlck, who mnkoa hay prewscs', hsll. Tho trcuUa la thoy do not put up brick imicliincR, etc., nt Albany, K. V. sign. Thsy have a great Ono of hU pay cnvolopos the right kind of a contained many different kinds ot signs now on tho following! places whero strong drink Is sold. One Is THK OISK WMJS OF THIS CAMPjklnl called the "restaurant," and another Is SHAM, AMK1IICAN GOOIM AND motum, SIR called "saloon," and another la called tho ItiltlhlRII (IOOM ASH PIIODt'CTH. STtKK Is catlel ths "wlno-collOltll IIOMK MAIIKK-r- t "liolol," and another UNDORN INDUSTRIES. " and another is called tho "sample-roam.- " IIAU. AMRIIIOAN WAOES Oil KHOLISt! WAOM ntt PA1I1 Til OUn WOUKIKCJ.mhk ANB What n nnmo to glvo one ot those Though They May Never St.o tlio Ughl, Vrt They .Must He 1'nitorlp.l. I sav a man plncssl" A "sampls-room!- " Tho following headlines from H10 staudins; on the steps ot one of those "sample-rThe demnnd for protection to Infant tbo othorday dend drunk. I Albany Kxprcss (Hop.) of recent dato industries has had greater growth nro vnluablo for comparison: snl I to myself: "I suppose that Is a snm 1th than tho industries thomsehes. plot" I tell you It Is the gate ot boll. WAOMIttUVII.YClT. In tho Inst year or two this protection MEM NfST ACCfPT 13 P A young man, thro igh tho Intercession P. K. IIKtllttllCK has been naked for Infants yot unborn. CUNT Iltlll'CTtOM Oil no ot metropolitan friends, gets n place In a The woodworkers ear In tho dis He Is going to letvo the Dcdcr.ek, manufactu-ero- t in the employ of I' K This was noted last stora. banker hay presses, brick country home, lhat morning they are up machines, etc., tmto been notified t,hat thelf cussion of tho Mills bill, whon tho early In the old homestead. Tho trunk Is wages nlll hereafter be SI per cent, lotier loan placing of tin pinto on tho freo list It was on the wagon. "My son, before. Thoy hate not bcon atkel whether was vigorously opposed. Mother says: they will accept tho reduction; it hat simply argued by tho friends of tho bill that I put n Illble In the trunk, I hopo you will been thrust upon them. read It ofton." 8ho wipes Hie tears nwny ThU Is only ono timtanco out of hun- thoro was no tin plato manufactured with her apron. 'Oh," he says, "come, In this country, and that tho tiovoni' don't you bo worried, I know how to take dreds of others which occur ns n mat-to- r ment did not need tho revenue; tho reof course, for it is n nintter of ot myself. Don't be worried about ore was thnt thero was 11 fellow some "My sot, be a course that honevnr favored corpora- ply mo." Tho fnther says: good toy and write home often, ycur tion's nro bonolltcd by tho high tariff where In tho United States who con1 mother will be anxious to boar from you." lawn, thoy w HI koop theso benefits to templnted establishing a mnnufnelory Crack! goes tbo whirs nnd over the bills themselves ns 11 matter of buslnoM to mako tin plato within a fow years If ho could see his way clear In rank goes tho wajon. Fivo years bnvj pissed nnd not part with them to their work- Ing It pay; and, for tho protection of on, nnd ndlsslpatod life hat done its work men out of philanthropy. Tho C0"1 this Industry unborn, wo nro paying n The e Is a hearse for that young man. coming tip in front of tho old homestead. strlko at Tall Hlvcr was starved out tariff of ono cent a pound on tho ma' The young men ot the neighborhood who without loss to tho corporations, hut terinl of many urtlclos of uulvorsal have stnyod on tho farm como In nnd say I with groat loss and Buffering to tho "Is It possible? Why ho doesn'i look nat- employes. Other strlkos ngalnst or- list. It seems wp aro not paying enough ural, does he? Is that tbo fair brow we ganized corporations will havo tho tax on this nrtlclo of prlmo necessity used to know? Is that the healthy cho'k fame end. ot tho American Iron nnd weutol to know? It can't b possible that Tho cconomlo principle Is plain, and Tho lluilctln Is him." The pirents stand looking at the Stcol Association, whllo admitting Unit nil whoso livelihood fs not dorlvod gash In the forehead from which the life our Importation of Iron nnd stel nre oozed out, nnd they lift tholr hands and fiom Intairsl or dividends on capital about ns small as thoy havo over been, my son, my son ought to undorstnnd It ns t f.il as cap- refers mournfully to tho fact thnt wo ny: "O my son Absalom, Where a marAbsalom; woullUod I had dlod for the, italists do. It is thl: quantities ot aro importing ket is controlled by combinations or tin plntos fromincreased Ilrltalu, nnd 0 Ab la loin, my son, my son!" (Ircnt "Oh," says some man," 1 nm kind, I nn) laws favoring combination) so as to calls for tuch an Increase In tho duty Indulgent to my family, I nm right J prevent nnturr.l competition, tho ormany respects, I nm vory generous, nnd I ganized manufacturing corporations ns will ennblo this country to supply its own tin plates. have too grand nnd generous n moral naturo to be overturned In that way." 11 nro benefited by strike vhleh limit As ti spoclinon of tho nrrognnco of mo say t lint the persons who are in the supply. On tlio Mimo prir lpto under protection, this demand Is worth remott peril have tbo largest liotrts, the best which trusts shut down mills to limit membering. It N nothing to this faeducation, the brightest prospects. This supply, thoy can afford to Ijrcostrlkos vored Interest that tho cost of tho lasin chooses tho fatteit limbs for Its sacri- by cutting wnges. The f.i'.ing off In borer s dinner pall shnll bo doubled, fice. Tho brightest garlands are by this Mipply In tho controlled market provided a market bo produced for rnrLuaclei band of drunkeunots torn oil tho valuo of tho sbvk already no ironthe brow of tho poet nod tho orator. manufactured, whllo at the intno tlmo a fow tons moro of iron. Charlos I.imb, answer I Taomo.s Hood, it results In a saving of wszes. It li monger Is bosido himself; much pro mado him mad. I.ouls-vlllanswer! Sheridan, ths Eoglish orator, high lhat tection has l. Courier-Journaanswer! KlgarA. Foo, antwerl Juulua only when prices beeomo .o no '.ongor pretho high tariff tax can Ilrutus Booth, answcrl Ob, coins nnd look over Into It while 1 vent Importations that the comblnod POLITICAL COMMENT. draw oil tho cover hang ovor It and look corporations must begin imnufnctur-In- g Up todatoColonol William Dud- In order (o hold tholr in trkoL down Into It, and seo tho seething, boiling, g, ajoolz'ng, blasphemloalhssm?, I'ndor such conditions tho strlko ley had boon appointed only to a roving hell of the drunkard. Young mir., bi must tail. Tho strikers do not diminish ing commlsilon Tlio genuine offices master of your appetltej and passions. tho supply of labor so ns to control npoiir to bo out of his reach. Atlanta There are hundreds might I not say thousands? of young men In this house this prices, for thoy havo no rontrol over it Is lopurted from Waihlugtoc morulng young men of fair prospects. tho labor mnrkot and the) can not so I'ut your trust In the Lord God and nil Is organize) ns to control It. Tho labor that Senators Quay and Sherman hnvf wolL Ilut you will be tempted. Ferbaps markot is open to tho world's supply. "fallen 011L" If thoro Is any truth It you may this moment bo addressed on the Tho mnrkot for tho corporation is shut tho old proverb thoro should be sonii first Sabbath of yourconiln? to the great olf by law from tho world, and theMj hopo that honost men may pro city, and I glvo you this brotherly counsel. laws prevent his worklnjinon from thoroby. Chicago Ioader. I speak not In n perfunctory way. I speak forcing fair wages from Mm, simply Tho Philadelphia Press (Hois.) as nn older brother talks to a younger con- said ot Quay In lVo that his nominamy hind on your shoulder becauso In a single market undor brother. I put ibis day and coinniind you to Jesus Christ, trol ho gain? during a goneral strlko tion for Stnto Treasurer of Penny!-vnnl- a "would tako tho lid from off the w ollmselfwasa young man, and die I tho wages ho would lint o paid ns ell while yet n young man, nnd has sympathy as whatever onhnncomont of valuo of treasury and uncover fee rots befor alt young men. Ob, to rnastor, by the products result from increased suit-plfore which llopublleans would stand grace of God, of your appetites and pasIf ho had oMn competition, ho dumb." sions. could not afford to cut wagon nnd force Corporal Tanner's Interpreta s strikes. Ho would bo obliged to run tion of tho Intent nud meaning of the ABOUT FEMALE BEAUTY. his mill or loso his market. St. Louis laws In relation to pon'lons is ngalnst The Vanity of Woman us It Is IllsuUreil Uopubllc. tho United States Treasury every In Various Countries. time. His generosity with oilier ON DUDLEY. TOUGH Tho ladles ot Arabia stain their fingers monoy Is something stupendous. and their toes rod, tholr eyebrows blacV, CurnipllonUt llrpuill Iloston Herald. thoy paint a The (treat IiiiIUiik I'rlriKl lUrrloon. and their lips blue. In I'crsla utril ly III After all, in this country nil black streak around the ores and ornament Tho ntlnck on President llnrrlsonby power resides In tho people. Sometheir faces with various figures. Tho Jap-V. Iludloy will strengthen tho times thoy aro slow anesi women Klld tholr teeth, and those otVi. to ixord it. but o pooplo. the Indians nalnt, them ted. Tlio vearl 01 i'rovldont with nit tho teeth must be urea oiacjc 10 oe ocauu- - It wns by Mr. Ilarrleon's association whon tholr wrath Is excited nnd thoy moro together nothing can stand in ful in Ouzurat. The Hottentot women paint tho entire with such men ns Dudley, lllalne. tholr way. Tho trusts will not bo body la compartments of rod and black. In Quay, Klkins nnd othors of thnt class with us long. Soonor or later thoy Greenland the women color tholr faces that ho II rut laid himself open to sus will hnvo to go. Atlanta Constitution. i Itli hlim nnd yullow, and tlioy frequently picions which ought never to attach In tho death of William II lliir-tattoo their bodies by saturating threads In to a President of iho United States. soot. Inserting Uiem beneath the skin, and num tho Democratic party loses ono of drawing them through. Hindoo fe- That ho U now nttumpllng to redeem Its ablost fightors. then His sagacity, himself from this association, at least males, wbon they wish to appear particu nnd norvo will bo missed in larly lovoly, smear themselves with a rnlxt-ur- In Dudloy's case, appears plainly from Mr. of saffron, turmcrlo and grease. It tho letter written by thnt notorious tho battles that aro to come nearly all Islands of the Pacific and Indian corruptlonlst to S. Van Pelt, of Ander- it.irnum belungtxl to tho Jacksonlnn oceans, Uie women, as woll as the men, Harrison, Dudloy school of politics, and his motto was. Mr. tattoo n groat variety of figures on tho face, son, Ind. In writes, "has lost his backbono and Is "I novor glvo up tho fight beforo tho tho lips, ton;?iio and the wholo body. N. Y. Herald. Now Holland thoy cut themselves with too cowardly to bo seen consulting bnttlo is begun." shells, and keeping the wounds open a long with mo for tho simplo reason that tho Kven tho protection organ, the time form deep scars In tbo flesh, which Philadelphia Press, admits tho force they deem highly ornamental And another copperheads nud rebels of Indiana ot tho apprehensions of tariff reformhavo trumped up n lot of charges singular mutilation is mado taking off, In Infancy, tho little finger ot the against inc. Ho seems cntiroly ob- ers regarding Porter. It says; "Tha nro afraid that undor tho In ancient livious to tho fact that it was through left hand, at tho second Joint. Persia, an aquiline no-- o wns often thought my olTorU that Indiana was saicd to direction of Superintendent Portor tho worthy of the crown; but the Humatran now census will show up ory strong mother carefully flattens the noso of liar him." It will bo greatly to Mr. Harrison's for protection. Wo don't mind acdaughter. Among some ot the savage tribes of Oregon, nnd also In Sumatra and Arra-cacredit if ho remains thus oblivious. knowledging to thoso anxious gentlecontinual pressure la applied to the Dudloy Is no moro responsible, per- men thnt their fears aro not wholly skull iu onlar to flatten it, and thus givo It haps, for tho frauds In Indiana than groundloss." Thoro is no doubt that a new beauty. tho now coiimh, unllko any previous Tlio modern Terslans have a strong aver. Quay or Clarkson, who with him in carrying them out, but ho census, will show up vory stiong for slon to rod hair; tho Turks, on tho contrary, are warm admirers of It In China, ulono wait detected. Ho exposed him- protection, for Portor is tho hired email, round eyes are liked, and tho girls self and tho fraud In n lettor ovor his ngont of tho protectionists, and thnl's aro continually plucking their eyebrows tho kind of census they wnnt. Chicago that tlioy may bo thin and long. But the own signature; nnd though tho frauds Herald. groat beauty of n thlnero lady Is her feet, were coiisummalcd; though through whto). In childhood, are so compressed by thorn Twllnnii wits carried for Harrison, The Great Economic Struggle. bandagos as ciTeituulty to pruveul any he. as President, would bo guilty of tho further lncroaae In tiro. Tlio four smaller grossest indecency In iiiwnrdlnjf amnn As Ion? as tho ponplo of thl countoes are turned nnder tho foot, to the sole by try prefer protective robbery they will ot which they firmly adhcro, nnd the ooi who not only gavo hlra his girl not only endures much pain, but ofton fraud, but did it In such a way ns to kcop tho Republican party in powor, becuusu thnt party upholds protection becomes a cripple for life. Another mark put tho stigma ot fraud upon It. of beauty consists In finger-null- s to long that of Its crood. The In n word, Dudloy was caught So as tho corncr-ston- o casings of bamboo are necesary to preserve also was Klalno, whom Mr. Harrison Democratic pnrty U committed to tho thorn from Injury. An African beauty must have email eyes, thick lips, a large, Hat at onco mado Secretary of State, but opposlto policy of a tariff which shall noso, and a skin beautifully black. ho could no moro avoid doing this produco revenues sufficient for tho In Now Guinea tho nose Is perforated, and than ho could avoid appointing Win-do- needs of tho Government without afa largo ploco of wood or bone Inserted. In Wnnamnkcr, Proctor and Clark-so- fording subsidies to monopolies. A Guiana tbo lips are pierced with thorns, tho It is necessary, nowovor, to draw majority of 100.000 of tho pcoplo of Urn tho heads being Insldo tho inoutli, nnd tho lino somowhoie, and tho inferenco United Slitles and of moro than n points resting on tlio chin. N. Y. Ledger, from Dudley's labial luld-- r timl iiu has rTiiliiim Oi tliu nililu people Illllll'OVCd drawn It nt Dudloy Is extremely grati- tho Domocratio policy in tho last PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY. 1 ho revolt ol fying to that by no means Inconsldorn-b!- o Presidential election. How Christian Chorrhes Can lie Made class of pcoplo who ltollovo that tho farmers against tho binding twlno Ilrnellclal to the Slassas. undoubtedly result In a U10 Prurdduul of lliu United ?Uitos trust vtlll " I it not cletr nnybody who underDemocratic tldnl wavo in tho Western stand city Ufo that a church body of wido. should litivo u sonso of docency.-,Ch- Iand Norlhorn States two years lienco, iwake people, though thero wore not mora ciiL'o Herald. )l them than thoro were ot the twelve to bo followed in 1M- -' by tho restorajipostles, can meet as no otLer body cantha SECRETARY PROCTOR. tion of tho tariff-reforDemocracy to rcry worst difficulties of city Ufo?" asks in tho National (iovernment. A Hpoclinni of Hie Patriots i:mtrril by the power Itov Kdward llverott Halo In tho North Jlcpulilli-Hi- i Ilut whether our victory is to como so 1'iirlr. tmcrlcan llovlow. "Take tbo deadly ot Ufa In cities. If It wero underTho Now York World sent a member soon, or is to bo still further poststood, ns a matter of courso, that the paro of its staff to Rutland, Yb, to find out poned, tho Democratic party will lors of a church woro always open, every Mlult manner of n man Itodllold Procto fight for a tariff for revenuo ovcnlnjf, to nnybody who wantoil to havo some companionship, In the hours between tor, tho now SocroUry of War, Is. Ho only until tho per. pie nro ready fur It. finds that Proctor Is tho wealthiest A Democratic protectionist Is 11 Resix and midnight, would not that understanding nlone relievo very largely this man In Vermont; that ho has mudoall publican in fact, Just as a loneliness. I should llko to see a church his monoy in fourtoun years, that ho llppubllcan is a Domocrat in which had 'a light In tho window' such as was originally a lawyer, which led to fact, nnd both will bo forced to tako such an arrangement would oflit. I do not mean that there should bo a committee of his appointment In 187.r) as receiver their rightful places by tho now party of Moyors it Dorr, who then ran alignments which tho issue so dourly pooplo waiting to be 'sociable' with anybody that happened along. Hut I mean that tho Sundorland Falls quarries, and, Joined Hvnuuvlllo must compel. nil the neighborhood should understand that having had a disagreement, hnd tholr (Ind.) Courlor. thero wero warmth, light nnd a wolcomo. e affairs wound up in the courts; thnt ou might hayo a class In political econSenators Must Do Protected, omy going on; you might havo a class in when tho rcccUcrshlp ended Proctor botany; you might havo a class on tbo was found to he tho ow nor of tho quarAnother lchson In "protection." Sensocoud chapter of tho Second Uplstlo to tho ries; Hint tho piotoctlvo tuilir gavo ator MeMlltan, of Michigan, has a Thcailonlaus; you might hau a sowing him u chanco to operate ostubllshmont for tho constructhem with society providing for tbo Mlcrnncstan Islands; you might ba occupying yourself Immonso profits, which ho Improved tion of freight cars at Ihtrolt, A sugIn your lighted parlor as )ou pleasu, but to tho utmost; that by paying the lowgestion comoj from Inlluontlal quartbore tho light nnd tho company should be. est possible wages, running "pluck mo" ters nt Wnshlngton that Import duty Thero (should be outaldo u sign ottering storos w horu two prices wore charged should bo charged on Cunndlan-bull- t welcome, and any body who choso, though thing, and compelling freight cars coming into this country he wero tho veriest, waif or stray Just for ovory landed on the pier, might como In Uinta. I his employes to llvo In hU tenomonls ovor Canadian railroads. It Is estishould say tliut such n Imieu of rest as this at fnncy rentals, ho kept thoin all so mated that thoro are 3,000 such cars In would, In tho first place, solve a good manv poor that thoy wore never alio to use 011 our railroads. Sonator Mcot the dlllloullles of city life much moro lonvo his sorvlce, lost Hturvntlun ovor-tak- o Millan wants them sent buck and resimply than they ore solved, even by ths thorn beforo thoy could gut out of placed with cars from his shops. best arrangements of municipal pollco town; that ho organized n big nmrblo Should ho Huccood In his "protection" Ilut this is of comparatively little Import nnco. What I should do It for, If I had fores trust, which, howovor.explicd by lim- designs Canada will, doubtluss, lov enough, would be to glvo tbo paoplo who itation last year; nnd that, us matters duty on Ainorlcan built cars, and the know anything about that church tho reel-tu- g stand, ho como pretty noarl) owning commoivo between tho two couutrloe that the ohurch Is home. Nobody can travel so far as to be outsldu Its arms. It Vermont, nud Is In n fair way In got will ho again obstructed. Great Is represents weicomo, companionship nn,' tho wholo Statu beforo ho dies "protoctloii," especially to United sympathy, ItrcprasisU 1'cgo'her,' 1"tt' This outoi'iu'Itiliig statesman wont to States Senator Albany (N, V.) U what H Is fJ." iho Chicago convontlou last Juno nt WOllKIXO-WOMCooms" IS 11 1 o srn-khn. 11 y. m co-pl1 rosrx-ctablamong-thembfroo-tradon. draught But I tell you ot n moro expensive draught than that Drunkenness puts RESULTS OF PROTECTION, tho head of tho Vermont delegation nnd on ovory ballot, from tho llrst to tho last, whon his Slnto was called ho "Vermont casts hor eight responded! otos for ltonjamln Harrison, of InDuring tho campMgn ho diana." gno tho National Republican Committee a great big check. And now ho Is Secretary of War. It is thus that "statesmen" nro evolved in this llopubllo in those latter dnj s. Indianapolis Sentinel. A. Guldo in his wondorlul "Kcce Homo" down to tho prcsonl titco have depletes! the crown that rested upon the h?d of our crucified Saviour as n twisted branch of bare thorns, and Hint Is, so far ns I know, universally accoptod ns tho true orown. Somo years ago nn Incident that in tho Holy l.nnd caused mo to think thnt this popular belief may be n mistake, A parly of us who wci o tow aid JoruMiIom nt thUsoason of tho j car, which Is Identical with tho p.isslou mid death of tho master, hnd stopicd to rest and lunch Just nftor entering tho hill country, somo miles Romloli, when n lady of tho pnrty who was gathering tho beautiful flowers that covered tho laudscaio on all sides wreathed an oxqulslto spray, and holding It up eielitlini'dt "Tho crown of thorns!" Our party woro delighted with tho wreath and upon examining It wo found lhat long sharp thorns wero concealed bytholoioly pink How ers. Wo woro onlnccd that this was the true crown, nnd ns wondvanced toward Jerusalem we saw that tho whole country, oon to tho walls of tlio city, was covered with this lloworlng thorn. Tho plant and llowor nro very similar to what wo commonly call tlio nlmoud, with tho addition of the thorn. Tlio bloom is ery thick, so that by merely entwining 11 branch . wreath Is made, whllo tho long, sharp thorns set out at right angles about an Inch ap.trt make It a very painful upon tho human brow. crown to When wo remember that the soldiers Jour-noylbo-yofi.iu-orl- the flrest or Uie tTv, Tho landsman, tourist or commercial traveler. spno4lly beglhs, and not only t'oiinlar Krror Which Has litem but continue, to fool tho extreme of by Artists. human misery during I know the masters ot painting from tcmiM'sluous Athiutlo. the transit across U10 Ilut If, with wise THE CROWN OF THORNS. Itftcketl on Bane-Hon- prescience., ho bus provided himself wlthn supply 6f Uostottrr'o Btotnach llltters, hts pangs are promptly mltlgnted, and thon cciso cro the ijood Miln ngntn drops ner anchor This la worth knowing, und thou sands ot oiirynchtmen, summor vnyngjrs, tourists and business men do know ft. A tofNu American lady went to llurmsh as n missionary unit married tho flrsl hoathcu she converted, Now tho llurmeso are howling for moro missionaries. lr vou nro tlre.1 tnkliig tbo laigo old fash "'jl'liig pills, try Carter's I.llllo Liter ills and tako somo comfoit, A mini ran I stand ox erj thing, Ono pillndoso. Tit them !?,',, 1 Ii'Vlietrnnd rlgarettos nnd moro study would be a good change for college stu dents Tititnr, Is n tldo In tho nffnirs of men wbii h If taken at tho Hood leads tut lo furl tine ' If jour nlTAlrsnrontn low rbhnnw, fait to wrltn to 11 K Johnson ei Co , slon K.i Main slreot, lllchmoud, Va, who hnvo plans Unit will cuablo jou lo make mono) sMustlr rriimflltlistsll The riilrt Itroson for llis crest ssffSssof "", Is found I" llocfs sni W""J prl-Mrrlt M Ins. II Is the for It. Mtiil rrrrrdtmxlr( rij7M I OOI.D IICDAL, rAKIS, 1878. lljtl l't lhl Is rllml Utwsll.Vs.ss. V; '' rapidly. -- xv. iaki:k J$ atiiolutrlu CO.'H llr (t'wklng up from bis iMtper) "I seo bore thalJohiiny has yol it." Hho (Inter oste.1 at once) Wlii, what, WUliiml" H' !!! win M ('.xysOMntox may Ins avoided by tho timely tis ol llnlo'n II one y ot lloichouud nud Tnr l'Uo's Tootach 111 op euro lu una mluuto. cot is. Kansas last) ear raised ot the wtolo United Utates product ot sllli cv ono-fift- h H n ' (I IS tOlHtllf, ur ami Xo Chemicals ur4 In hi ffptlsrm li hi 4sts rtft It1im4UH ti mr cf Atnnu 'I Irxu r ssp Cm it MAHh, Pa t 61 1 kcftrt Wf tt lr nftllcle1 with Horo Kves uso Pr Isaac TtK nipson's r.jn Water Druggist sol! It. ST lr Is n;rcat social mlstako to think tlml tb best and Urgott Hsli tiu ' iu Ibu smiui . Ktrt nny rase of nervousness, slcoplrss nesssjutsjrssuiinaih, Imllgi'stloii, tlvspcpobt, TMst 11 l.ltllo Idver l'hls v - WdJUJi W. BAKER I 4 k mc, htuflafa nf( iMiiiviriN iUTir c rf , ind 'cr,ttt idtplfssl ff lut kU 4 ff. U i jtm hol by (IriMrr rrrrwlirn. & CO., Dorchester. Mass Hi Uk' TiilfjiJliUa. k :iansrsie s riJsfTBURHfl lt!lclal itcl !ffloiSr sHHiBntiiWiM'Bai m mm mm inrTiiifltri'rn n. m- - if- - " " diostod our Saviour with tho pir-pl- o robo nmlrmtwi did it ns a mockery, it Is roasonnblo to bolleio that they choso this plant, which wns so accessible and would mako a beautiful appearance, whllo at tho snmo tlmo wounding his holy brow. Many who have visited P.itestluo at this heAson of tho yonr havo doubtless hnd this suggested to them, yet I havo net or seen comments upn It In nny book of travels. letter In N. V. Hersr in) If. ATHi:Y, a pr.inlutnt ilriiirslst orJ. Unity StprlUK. "S iir llln Hreilolnic 'JS Jlls.. this soudrni tit Mti FOR POULTRY. CCUK3 Chlckon Cholora and all Dlaonfloo of Poultry. f3 rarStRA L tllKKCTtO.VXlro OtC. V t s4 . Tvt er torout MnM rra-- ouorxf U d trs Iw tntl trllA lU 0J. Oiti 1x a.m cunt nral lo srfAtiiy rlK. 7kr tr B - Jfjf sol and U rtirnt 1 fefj ty mvsr.rfi ir ts rwrstlff. THE CHARIII a.0CtLCKC0.,0sltmrs.Ul ;S Tho salo of Tutt's Pills exceed ihoso or nil others combined. Titer srs irr'.llrly nilaplril ll pltyolrlnu illtrnwro. imkIw-ri11 ll. al Office, 44 Murray Street, Now York. bsetsetel WIRE 8oi,i) i:vi:hvaviii:ki:. llir.u." slur Jf Woven Wire Fencing UouoSolvasto ald. FULLY-ANSWER- ED. s -- 4urry Ctur Coiiittient As our renders will remember, a letter was published In our columns a fur dajs st, nsjniM "rtubcrlW'r ' wtmh durlt ut somo length upon a subject ot general In lorct,-nn- d which contained several in qmries which wi'l bo louud unsworn! In M huliM-rllK-r'- 7V the iIior;hcenil uajs oco I noticed n eouiiiiuuiculiun In your paper f row In which considerable couiinenl wasludulgcd in concerning thorumpblcts w hit-I-t am wldoly tlUtrtbulctl by Messrs. II. : Co., of to. hosier, N. Y II. Warner Theso pstEophlets, ns Is well known, aro published in order that tlio public may be cotno conversant with tho symptoms and growth or disease taxultar to thokKlnrts, and which. Is, It mutt bo admitted, tho in a majority of Instances, of other organic disorders. Thn publishers it these pamphlets arts nlwi tho discoverers and lininufMClurer of tho hotrd Warner's Kafe furs, which Is known to bo tha omy means for tho prevention and cure of kidney disease, us can ba testified to In ctery ciimtuuully In the pamphlet re- lorred to there snpear a number 01 Irstt menbtls from parties who spculc in the highest terras of bow they havo la many instances been restores! to health by War ner's Bate Cure, atler bavins bocn given up by doctors to die, and atuchn to thoo ststi'inents uro tbo fso siniilo signatures of the .irllc themselves. I am personally awara that all the testl inonuli published by this firm are genuine and aro the voluntary statements of per sons who nro anxious to manifest their gratitudo for the unrxpeetnl return of Health and vigor which Warner's Hate Cure has brought them. To nfakit suur anco doubly sure, It ran bo added that Messrs. II. II. Vanir.tt'o.,hva forjears, published a aialidlng offcrot t.VTD til any ono who will provo loan Impartial rcferre that any testimonial published by them Is ( not, ) far as they know, bona lido and absolutely truo. What mora does " Kubscrt , ocr uesiro looonviin-- nun, in wtuitiun tu his own statement, that his neighbors alt toll hi in that Warner's Kafu Cure baa done moro good for them than they have received from tbo doctors. In view, Mr. Kdltor, ottho many persona who nro s:u:riOcr-i-l daily to tbo bigotry and Ignorance of ph)sleians who persist in treating taticnts for symptoms called consumption, apoploiy, bruin trouble", nnd nervous disorders, when tho rcalcauso is disease of tho kidneys which should bo detected nnd quickly eradicate! by thu uso of Warner's rufo Cure I maintain that tin valuo cf thoso pamphlets, which pl.vo In iho Muds of tho public Iho means of know ing tha truth, can not lo overestimated. Kiln Put ExthanQt. "Hub-scriber- ,' 1 tho following - TltTU oe o.wf ri v T3I t:jw 5CT TJ XSZV 17. kn-- tklhtui"' Ua tr fit '.-- l cere 1st! 11 t' . rfi r 4i- set-i1, twist pvrftafr , rxsMrtsnv hart DO WcDllabctMurvl t -l I h.iri.m rrlti tl: si pslliyf rTtnl t'f setwt k. t .Jurd lie isI Vis It IMrA-t-t, Of SIT SH.I KTl S l r sni 10 V-!- asm n Miss I sixrr, ROn TO -S? PCD ROD. H U ' u.ttir.lMI AllstmShrwMOt Iri' tsricwTrillfc I tt llll t I M I I It, IMS tlrlll IMS ttnt I -, a n.iri 11.. 1. lit N.nl. il.llrf irlttllt:jti ss-- m ktit, "rll'rr, tVn Mu'l tha " -i I I'm, .Vx UoTnwau. Jllch IKsu , ' e. f f txwLs on II! -- J Dlsct tut Csncrn. tusllcd fr . Tt3 ' wirr I'rsx-n- i f . Aa Rsl-U1 ImrsrU'3,It n 1 I .4 SI 1 UlS I In lal. : if MOin tl the drrauful U - i r 1 CHEAP HOMES il FARMING Mllll I I- REGIONS -i iWll'l'll'Ml lrlt 1' ' .iiiiwt si: r - M. I.t tskl. KSMIt. IW1IJ, HAVI.ll ttiistu nuts, Atuuu,a. SCALES, rtw Sau llrirllMf f mit A ItH. I i' r i isttr 4 jin lUt 111 I USH W5-TO- N SOMSS PIIWP' 1 SH. tiM- -t Ikss, Ijl wa WACOH Tp 1 vlffiiM 4PBAHI Yllit BKairffi rUt L 4401sVsVttW h$H rWs Ifel tJSM4SS ! MA my M TfiS. m tm s so ' I ulrr lsfUtM iiitioC u th lUv ttnctfi9fttrt n thitllfs.1. ci.e; llsgr lo).. nts. n OF H NOUsmai njt, a, Mf PENSIOHS t W SKt)K!tl n t SiDS . ijs)ssfcs.U BRADFiELD'S Curet all Diteittl Ptcullar lo Women 11.MK iiii:ii nst nuAUriri.ti iiisji i.tmu Font nr a" I'm .ours. mt rviHiTnil' 1 5r --t sti Httmrt--s worth PTOJOAOAY. s m m "t JirH UjVitBiii1t nniiotik.u.,n.; tjltf iwrrtsi.-r- it.ll suk. tt ati.s.t, u. . fcTtI3M?Kl l0 AGEHTS mAJ-rfl- Jl KM--C ?? im CM a movtm 5rir S'MKitl m- - ami w rhtsfcr-laxa- r ztrutrt: a 1'l.lJlfl-n- U lli.lt) ANK R ittiinti It 1 u r.sitt. tsiits ituiri.su to Aliifcttii'EM" Urn, .1 U rfionrrt llW. -Ui . trtrMist.. nn.t.fitu. .K n V JOSEPH H. HUNTER, mrlAllaittUlAmm.mmlHmtmm EtESvCSS A sirstoniAi. fund was latclv collected by ho friends of the lato ItiUltp ft. Wwkh, lint lUinortst, to bo dovoted to tho education of lis children. Kdward Clark, of tho Hew VotlJ Post, Is acting as trtnurr. Tiiri German Hmpres. says the London 8lnr, Is a perfectly rolorlcss character, who has no opinions of hi r own, and she Is completely under tho domination of her bus-ban- d. Mirnixrnr Is driving out band labor at Inst In the trade In Kngland. Tho machines have had a monopoly of the tui'.r.t.s iu tl.U country for many yean. Ax empty freight whl.h was carried tho Mississippi c) clone of throo years sen hits Just been found in a swamp ten miles from the pul where It was picked up. off in rr IUnmsoKlssaldtohavo a mascot in tho shape of a j ello w cat thnt appeared with bis oomliijf anil haunts the Whllo House. whn we Imvo wind. F.vritt thing is smooth soiling with ns no difficulty In railing the Tub lover spends moro on tho engagement -- lug than bo spends on bis wife la a year. f THE MAnKETS. CINCIMKATI. Mar II nll 50 LIVKSTOCIC .1 i) Choice imiciiers. ,,,....... lIOdH-Comi- non , . UJ (loml i.ackers 4 t ItHKEl'-Uo- ml to choice 3 0) I.AMIIH-Uoodtocli- olcs (6 a 3i to (ft Kl I 41 III tft I lono-llne- KI.OUIt-Kttm- llr, icl... con-tlnu- ........ .... . .... No. S roil.. Oorn No. 3 mlicJ 7 3 Ml do a 87 Ml ll (7 17 Ml CM 'I (Ills No. 2 1 uia Hye-- Nn. mlivJ ........ 11 37 IIA TUIIACCO-MeillI'IlOVISlONrt-1'ork-Mcss....- tarlff-ro-for- m lce dairy - .... 1'rlrnu to rliolco creamery . APl'I.KH-l'rli- ne. per bl.l..... . IIUlTKIt-Chol'OTATOKH-l'crl.utli (lrHl leaf I.anl I'rlmn slenm.,,,.. to cholca Jcat (ft (ft (ft tl tj n it I :a 1.1 w vs 4S 11 U) in 00 HI 10 7S 71 0 HJ 1,1 t.tlH HJ (A HU ll in t 8 VI 1 7J 3D U (ft 1 w m Nlli II il 34 Hiv ,V) NKIV YOHIC B 3 3) Fr.OIIll Rlntonml IVcstorn Vlicat-,- N'a J ro.l. ....... OltAlM ft . Nil. 3 IPil MfiU ft 41 Corn No. t inlieil, notr...., Dsts-Mlxed I 79 31 (ft s ASLEEP ON THE IlAILIiOAD TRACK. A Httlo rlilM, tired ot )1:iy, lint! pillowed Ids head on a mil nud fallen nslccn. 'I'lio tmlu m:ih almost niton hint mIicii a lussinu; etrnii;cr ruslitd torn aril nud saved lilm from a horrllilo ilentli. I'crliapd jmi aio nslecji 011 tlio tinck, too. You nrc, If yon aro neglecting tlio hacking cotili. tlio hectic llu'li, tho loss of nppctlto and growing weakness and lasiltudu, tlilcli hnvo liiifoiicloiily crept upon you. Waka mi, or tlio train will lo iiion you I Coiisuiuptlon, wlilch thus InsIdtiotiKly fastens its hold upon Us victims vtlillo they arc iiucfitisclous of Its approach, must bo tnkcu In time, If It Is to Imj overcome. Dr. I'lorce'n Golden Medical Discovery has cured tliouainls of c.ics of this most fatal of nmlaillca. If taken In time, and chen a fair trial, It Mill cure, or all money paid for It will ho promptly refunded. l'or Weak Lung, Spitting of Illood, Shortness of llrcnth, Uronehltk Astli. mo, Sovcni Coughs, and kindred affections It U nn illlclent rcmrdy. Copj rlsht, 1698, hjr WoutnM DurrNSAnr Memcai. Aurociatio, I'niprKtors. I'OIIK-NLAHD-Weil- ew crn la-g- FI.OUII (JUAia-Whcut-- mess Hlenm CIIICA(H). tviseonsln tslntsr u 13 3 (ft 7 3) 5 75 dull Ku.1 Ulilouo burin Corn No 3,. lliti-Mn rcil....... 6 1 flt,',l lift 0) l.AKU-b- tc rOItK Muss 3l!it tft hi tl'( Sit, ViU (IU 11 am .... IIAl.TIMOKB. M (ft 0 W)i Oil Kl.OUIt-ram- lly (JltAlN Wliest, No. ,..,., uorn .miiimi Outs Mlseil romc-MeI.AKll-lten- 3 6) .. . Ol (ft a h7 31 73 sj-tt- ss .. is w VJ Uh ncil tlATTIiK HOUH OHAtN-WhOals-Mleat, First quality Mlstil U M 4 no 3 50 (I U41iift 0 71 jn ft n Corn xeil INDIAKAt'OMti Mo, 3 ril ...- ....,, l.OUISVII.I.U. 1 83 a o (s 4S M .l vl!( 0) to 30 FI.OUK-- A UltAlN-Wheat, No. Corn POlllC-M- .it I.Altt)-8tsa- s. 0ls Mlxsd,,,, Mixed No. 3 red - , .,,,. ,,.mi,.,m,, ,. IS) OS (ft FtP . i$500 "'' ,1 OTWMZ'l. 13SX3 v!s:-''".''thicCup,;riou- (Ml ftl O 1 w tt III' I raiiuu n..ii oncni! Rfief.UM.r to ba pment st onco.ai Tlioiimnds two innptoms likely iiiiis-111 'J!!!.00 .?"i!S"? ?' "A?-IIuhi- i:r.?, ,":?", vsivss anil Hi.'. :''""' t tor nn Inrunilila mso nf Cslsrrh in Iho Hsjd hy tho nr now. Ilcl,lirir rliu-liiff- l r'llln it hi I'll iirmrr iisviss pulrlil eyrs """ si III nr its miii, ootMnff. curw thu svortt IMCt, UOIT rviwsstssfnrt lts smstil W OCQU. rt Im sL. clranilntf, and hcallnn nronrrtir.. Bold br UruKliti .,v.rvsi),, n. n.M. " "" ot casec . tuli ti"wvg' i W Zutlt 1