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Jackson Street next door lo City HICKMlN COURIE Tho Oldest Nowspapor ia Wostorn Kentucky. FINE JOB PRINTING TCXTSCTj-ncTj "Kf, UD DISPATGK WITH HEATHESS CEORCE WARREN, Editor. M 7, 1889. SOCIAL L'rtcool' Subscription, $150 KSTAKiMSIIED 1859. 1 LICK MAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, some-tLtn- YjlIDAY, JUNE MAD, VOL. X3 DUTIES CTNSKA lee In SALC BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC current Tun physlrians CALL AND SEE US. VEATHEIl. Knew TOPioa i . truth TiiEplgt-la-clov- of Paris have formed puzzle iPMLIff The Greatest Disaster America Has Ever Known.: Waterspout Iondoiu ticipated. Heich Ii now sold tbe pound. Tnrrush J To lint ctptured iss an- Paris It not i great In New York City by Ql'EC.1 Victoria has jut pAtlmt her seventieth birthday. , j. I'm International Halt Tiu.t hat ten tubttaiitlnlly completeiL , A uronau man has a rod bat which he captured a few days ago. Albant, (It., re Jolces lit Hit possession A BurstaraRcs- of a alligator. There art l.Vi appllcints (or one Consucrvoir. ; lar place In South Amorlci. CoujNiti, Ixuznsouslawpr otlcelssatJ to bring him l.HO.WO a year. MMMtown, Pa., OverwheMMl nd Moiik than Ji.W.O) arret of American En tiro If Swept jkWs. soil, belongs to aliens. three-legged 9 W Ahni -- . J T7- - . ainee Homk rule for In II promises to glr Places Hundred feet Deep l'tunc. Km In ml ai much trouble at udnia rul for Ilown from i Height of Ttiret Ireland. Hundred I'ltteeo Thoa- Esormocs Icebergs 'have been rrportel taod 1,1 1 M Lott and Iui. to l floating around In the North Atlantic mense Detlructlon tide spring. of I'roperty- Charles Wrnsn, nClnelnnntl plumber, U the fatter of five pain of twins. All are allre anil hraltby. PrrrsDunatt, Px, June L Tha fiood at Jom.i(1. U'niTIir.ii, the poot, tayt that Johnttown hat resulted In an awful he expect to lire lo I n humlre I, IIioiirIi The roiervolr above the town he Ii not anxlout to. broke about five o'clock, latt evening, and TuorrlsnJimtton tha(ti4t.of V.'nl-- r. the Inimente volume of water rtiibed Uitf, Conn., a few tlat ago for the lint down to the city, carrying with It dtath lime In iereuty yaara. and destruction, lloutes, with thtlr ocA ihadk of pluk erarf rerjr much af. cupants, wero swept away, and loom faciei by Harvanl bojre It commercially probably hundreds of poople were firmed. knonn at rtw veal" drowned. There Is no communication The banks ot the Contmaugh river are telegraph operator Thb Chlnete (lotermntnt rofutei to with Johnttown, but a overflowed fur and wbolo counagree to the treaty rMtrlctinu C'hlneto In the Penntylvanla railroad town of try Is delugod mllet,water.theTbe Pennsylwith Hsng Hollow, twelve nillei tblt tide of Immlcratloa to Auttralla. vania railroad, all along the river from Jamkh lloKrwt Hiisitt pall n l'arl, Johnttown, says at least seventy-liv- e Johnstown to New Florence, la washed doctor S,OW for three inlnutei' work In dead bodies have floated pstt The wins away, travel Is are all down and no trains are running pended. and Sang Hollowentirely suscutting a vi art oil hit n ;fc, tho operaeast of Illalnvllte, which It about twenty. tor In At Mua Juma liar, of Franklin, Pa., Ulf Ova towone of the railroad billet ett of Johnttown. u elghlr-;T!!- 2 ers connted dead bsdlcx minnow two inuift ioujj in a Latest rclfcU Iii.'uruutt:a iwtured floating down tbe rlrer on tbe driftwood. plate ot reitauram from Johnttown comes through PenntylThe river rote so rapidly tbat all the opeTn eJltor of a Kort Og.Un (Ha ) paper vanla railroad ofllclals, who aver that aiterta that a bamboo tprout near hU will over two hundred dead bodies have been rators In the towers between Hang Hollow and New Florence bad to flee for tholr Krew lire Incbet In one hIrM. counted floating down stream at JohnsAsourone huuJre anJ flfty colore are town, while along the linn many addition- lives. Tbe bridges at New Florenoe on obtalueJ from coil tar, which hae almoit al liver have been loth It It atterted that the Pennsylvania railroad, and Coketown, entirely iupplantJ vejetable autt nuimal there aro but two boutet In Jobmtown on tbe West Pennsylvania, were carried away. Houses, furniture, etc, ore being ilyee. proper entirely above the water line. A carrle I down tbe river. AT the Tivy iolytechnlo the ttuilenti tpeclat train, bearing Pennsylvania railFlTTsnUBOir, June Reports hare a craia. Ihey papsr their celllngt road ofllclalt and a large number ot news- along the Kltklmlnetat river, Into from which with envelopes of letteri from their botl paper men, hat left tblt city tor the teens. the Conomangh empties are most distressTelegraphic, communication Is entirely cot ing. Tbe river nea Balttburg Is filled glrlt. r TlIK ICituat Btate Illttorlcal Society li ! off, and until telegraph repairmen and wltb wreckage, and a number of persons neguiianni; lor Ilia purcbate of the riflt operators, with necessary Instruments, were noticed clinging to such timbers as which John llrown ute4 at llarjier'a open up at tha nareit point, but little would bear their weight. At Ulalrsvllle Information can be obtained. Perry. men are stationed on the bridges and A special from Oresntburg says t "A re- banks In A law of (he Nw York State lgltla-lurtho hopo ot rescuing some Jutt forbidding: Hie beating of railway port has ot reaohed here tbat tha greater of those who wore being carried down portion Johnstown bat been flooded tbe stream. Tho volume ot water It uncan by Motet, hit bvn tltdareU coaatltu and thouimudi of llvet lott. Uoutet are precedented. The Iron bridge connecting tlsuaL float'ng about, and the people who are Jllalrtvtlle with tho Ulalrsvllle IntersecIi itootloen, ltollan I, there la a KUnt free are and aro fleeing to rotntree InlonicInK to Jlnif. Hc(jnen,vlilc!i the mountains. At a point near New tion baa been carried away, and with It a train of heavily loaded cars standing upon a few yeart ago he!. I tOW lot, i at thi Florence eighty-liv- e persons have tieen the bridge to hold It In place This was aine time. teen floating do n therlverondrk't-wood- . the largest and stroiliest bridge on the l'AfKIl clolhlnj It Ulni made by One reixitrim. (hat but two ro t of the Wett Penntylvanla railway. It It thought JllnncioU Inventor. It It at aift at cloth j boutet In Johnttown can be iMn. The that alt Ot thi V.'a.t F.iiii.jrlyenU rutlway and It it olainivi that the cold can no) Uovelown and New Florence MtKU hava brldces will share a simitar fate peneUaUll. been watbea nway, ana aUsfnf l A Mb1 I Allut.UiaaawualurlU lCUktmlnla AMKNlqtKe at eapseteJ to penil tlil ,1"'SlTy'ar"expct.l to t submerged. yler, for one porpo. or enother, atlile Florence and Johnstown "rrV";" r ' Among I ne in are i.lvermore, Baltsburg, J", Apollo, Leechburgand Avenmore, having from purely bu Ineie, the mug turn ot rled away. Tbe railroad been abandoned by the operator a population of from 8, 000 to 10,000 each. 1M,(KW, OM In Kurope. Tbe Inhabitants along tba river have been "A nr.tAMiTR rartrldce one foot In nt warned, but are almott length taken only MltMthi ot a teoond to tbe Idea ot tholr great loia of property eiplnl, tclrntlitt y." IVt are willwhich Is Inevitable. ing to take their word far 1L Later reports from Coketown It to tbe Tiik Counteii Crotby, of the oM nobility effect that tha iutlr. town I. submerged, cf .';;l;!i, ii.. kuu. wi the roait with tier and a number ot llvet have been Iqit at clrcut troupe Hbe will take It to I'arlt tbat place. the Kxpotltlon clotet. Hour aii. Pa., June 1. A man rescued AaWAttuof altracked by a romb In the river hero, who was swept away of honey In the vi Indoor, took pottettlon of from Johnstown, says positively that not a grocery itore In plalnfleld, N J., and put leu tban lltteon tboutand Uvea are proban end to butlnet, for the day, ably lott In the valley of tha Conemaugh. Wiiitklaw IUiii, nilnltter tol'arlt, hsa Tblt point la twenty mllet below Johntn rented the houte of Comtette de (Irani-tnon- t. town, and tbe work ot rotculng men, Ill that tltv. nt an Mtii snd children sweeping down the rllU! "' 13),OOX lilt .nla.'y at Mlnltter It JtT.aOO. river ha, boon going steadily forward all night (Ui. A. WmTritKii.!, a Chicago young liLAinsviLLc Intersection, Pa., June L In lore with l.y.ll.i Thoiupiun, At Loci port, nbout eighteen miles from !'' aflrt'jm actrcst, aa gronhu dee. Johnttown, tho tcene ot the disaster, Kllol pondent nfitr the left the city, killed llentou, an old man, Mrs. Hoyle, Paddy Madden and two Hungarians wero I.kvi ClX Hit, if I.lrlngtton Mo, uted Mr. Hon ton said: ''I live In Cumlo boot I that he had tint rid n ncrspap-- r bria City. I think that not lots than 13,000 ir CV T1!B STRICSSK CliTilCT. for lifty yeara. Tha othor day tno ttran-geW. N. Hayes, Hupervltor of tto section poople wcro lost. In the houte wltb me played the bunko game on him for ot the Penntylvanla railroad covered by on Chettuut ttree4 were ten persons boJI.WU the flood, telegraphed at U o'clock latt lide myself, nnd 1 feel ture they woro nil lllE Navy Department hat decide.! to nlglt to (Superintendent Pltcalrn at fol- lott Up to 4 o'clock In the afternoon the tend the remalnt of Capttln John Krlca-eo- n lows: "The detlructlon It terrible. The water, which was teven feet deep In the to Htvedon, hit native land, for burial dump nt Johnttown Is gone between the ttreets, remained itntlonnry. About 4 They will b Ukvu on tba new crulter bridge nnd tower, vett of Johnttown, at In tho afternoon tho great ruth came. Chicago. some points the tracks are entirely carried In fifteen mlnutot the water rose fully ten Houses came floating down the IlKTWgc.t flftntn anil tltleen thousand gona. The river for feel away and road-beery one children era toil In London ovory year, throe quartere of n mile above tbe bridge streets. Thorn were people In ot them, and QoJ only knows how many almott all of whom aro found and retnrd Is filled with buildings and driftwood, forty feet high, and Is on fire, burning were lost. As they wore carrlel olT tht to their parvntt by the aid of the Metrofuriously, and Is entirely beyona our con- bouses were jammed together and against politan voile standing, and In a very Wm. 11 UamiikM, an oldfaehlonel trol. 1 can not ettlmate the amount the houses still I walked over from few mln tes they were all battered tc Democrat, rrha hat Uu- - Ki.lmatlnr In a of damage. vory far pieces before they were four Vermont town tor four year., ha, Jutt Johnttown to Hanghollow, out." miles. Tbe house 1 was In was carried soon smashed tc Johnttown It literally wiped ttepped out and hit wife, a 'Staunch pieces, and I managed to Jump onto n colPitcnlrn, who It at New ha I bten given tho commit. In a fow seconds 1 wat slxtyflva mllei east of l'lttsburgh, lar door. tlon. Into the flood, nnd when telegraphs that over one hundred men, wo- rushsd Or ten Kngltth tmtlnett men a,vn dls men and children patted Sanghollow, I looked back where Cambria City age of 17. Ot tut Trench builiiott clinging to debris, beven wererescuod at stood there was nothing but a great lake men eight die under that ago In the Sanghollow, two at Conemaugh Furnace of water. It looks to me as If every uouit !nd rsied cr covered OTcr. Tts vast United btttet the ratio It lett than W B.ndtrrft N? Florence. Oily How about tbat old howl that wo nro living sevon ot tho hundred andovei passed New sheet of water was, full ot floating timbers, 1 property roofs ot houses, raftr, board, and othei Florence. Tha lots ot life an toofaitr The scene was JndcscrluaUe. Jolt.f H Davis, a farmer, re.ldn nl will lie tiirrlhle, A frelsHt enf.ln'er mys article. Nen- Dlgglna, III, pift hit milk cant on tho tbat nt 3 p. m. ha saw threo men and a wo- Tbe cries of tho men, women nnd children were frightful 1 passod Paddy Madden's wood-pil- e to dry, and the reflictlon ot th) man struggling for their llvet In the Conewife, my son's wife and a man clinging un'e rajrt from I bom set tha wood on llr, maugh river jutt below Johmtovra. to tbe root of a house. 1 called to them Tbe AVettern Union erllce In Johnttown doing runtlderahle damage tJ hie houm In a short swept away nt o'clock. The water and bade thorn good-bywas and tarit: City, where were locatod the time I was caught by tho water nnd Ten leading coal firm, of P'tttburgh In CambriaIron tblrty-flv- o feet turnod umlor. Uvory once In a whilo I got engaged In (hipping coil Hoitth have Cambria rising. U'orki, It Into a whirlpool, and moro than onco al- dosp and combined, It It laid, to buy cut n'l the 1 Pennsylvania railway ofllclals state that most lost my grip on tho cellar-dootmall operators andsocur a monopoly, by they have advices that ovor 500 dead saw poople In tbe water uhead of ma mid which they can dlctato prlcottoconsiimori bodies have been countod floating down all around me. Many of them wero struck from Wheeling to New Orleans, stream at Johnttown alone, while all along by the crashing timbers nnd killed In a theater at Athlon, Kngland, during the line many additional llvet baebeen others were so badly hurt that they the performance of a molodrami, an exlost. Johnttown Is ilotcrlbed as wholly fell into tho water and were drowned al once, eubmorgod, only two homes being entirecited noman threw hor Ixinuot and umIluLtrAit, Pa., June 1. At Iookport brella nt the "villain" on the stage when ly nbove the water line. famlllot are homeless, havlnir lost (InKENsnunn, Pa., June 1. In order to Are he wat ttrnngllni; 0110 of tha charactors. every thing but tholr lives. Kdward Deck, underttand the nature ot tbe calamity It Hho "brought dow n the ho no " a young railroader, rotcuod an old gen- The Japaneso (lovemmmt has engnged It necessary to describe tho respective loa lady named Adams, of Cambria, tno (leriiiau lawyers in lbrlln to proem I cations of the reservoir at Johnttown. tloman, two children by swimming out to and her to Toklo nud refrnms the Japanese penal The retervolr lies about two and the bouse In which they were Imprlsonod. coile to coufi nn to the Uerman lnttead of mites northenst of Johnttown, and It the Cutting n bolo In tbe root nnd putting them site ot the old retervolr, whloh was ono ot the French code, nt now. tho feeders of the old Pennsylvania canal. through, ho then swam atboro wltb thorn, The Mormon Chuioli hat bought n Inrga It Is the property of wealthy men In ono at a tlmo until all were savod. Deck amount of laud In Manitoba and niiny ot who formed themselves Into a then foil exhausted, the talntt, with tholr Ibckt, their herdt, corporation, tho tltlo ot which it the Patrick Madden wat noarly dond whon tholr wives, children, man sornnti nml tiouth Fork Fithliig nnd Hunting Club, pulled from the river. His was In tho All were maid serrojttt, are leaving Utah an I Idaho Ibis sheet ot water was formerly known houte of Kdwnrd (larvey. and RJtng to the now promli) I lund as Conomaugh Lake. It Is from 200 to caught Ten mlnutos later tho houso was It It propoied to erect n montiuitnt to 8W feet above the lovol ot Johnstown, wrecked. Oarvey and his brother-in-latho late U. P. Ho, by plaolng n natural being In the mountains. It Is nbout three were both drowned, and Maddun was 1 roso to boulder nt eomo tullabla tjiot lii.ir hit and a half miles long and from a mite thrown Into I tho flood. "When saw my wlto hanging to n to a mile nnd a quarter In width and In the surface i, N, Y , and home at Hlio of scantling. piece lot It go place, It Is 100 the Christian Union Invites tubtcrlpllont some wntor than nny In depth. It holdt and wat drownod, almost within moro other retervolr, natA few hundred dollars will cover the aatt. ural or artificial, in the United Utatet. The reach of my nrm, nnd I could not help A Ciiestkii, Pa., doctor, who advt.od n lako has been quadrupled In alia by Artifior tavo her. I cnught n log and dill I tajo ton, far lit cial moans, and wat held In check by a floated wltb It for flvoor slxiulloi, but It mother to give nllmentt, ha, bean sutptiiiled from tha dam from 700 to 1,030 foot wide. It It 0) wat knocked from under ma when I wont County Medical Ainoclatlon for unpi'ofov feet In thlcknott at the bato, and the over tho dam. 1 then cnught a bale ot hay slonal conduct. Jin should have nindo height It 110 feet. The top hat a broadtb and wat taken out by Mr. Marourow. My out a regular presurlptlon and charged for oioverwieei, uocogniung (UV IuSHACBI wife It certainly drowned and six children which the lake hml to tho region bolow il nra all mining, and I tear all aro drown- It. To SAV of a man that he wants the BouthFork Club ha 1 the dam Inspected 'd Tbore aro, without doubt, fully three thousand people lost between Conomaugh earth It to give him credit for a good dual once a month by tbe Pennsylvania Railborough and Cambridge City." Kuglneer, and road Intheir of what the phienologlitt call Henry llorkert nnd Oeorge Htclit were showed that nothing Hut now we hearot a Hcottltb vestigation lets tome convulsion of also conspicuous among the laird who actually clalmt a right In the nature than would tear the barrier away and corps, and rotcund four people from tht whales caught In tha ton which washes hit loosen the wenpoi ot death. Tho steady water. . lands. of the past forly-olghours InTho aocloty inun, Uko tho turtle, It ltegltter will giro IW value Tue New llareu creased the volume ot water In nil tbe for a properly authentlcatsd'cais wherein mountain alrtauii which were already do sooner "out of tho iwltu" tlinn ha ii lUteucuinter aver did anyone harm welled by the let sir ralfli suiter la tbe "In tha iou,)." l'uek. "Bff i!lyatJa,JflM8r-l- ,I JsttlltiV'tt..lWaiAlA cent t iinganaauoartef hhimhsdihi '7 t et) lel catat-tropb- e. week. From the best Information obg tained at Mill time It It evident that In the nature ot n oloud-burmutt hare been tho culmination of the struggle of the water agatnet the embankment. The oourss of tbe torrent from tbe broken dam at the foot of the lako to Johnstown Is almost eighteen tulles, and, with the exception ot at one point, the water passed through a narrow, valloy. Four Millet below lbs dam lay tbe town of i$outn Fork, where tho flouth Fork Itsslf empties Into Conemaugh river. The town contained about 2,000 Inhabitants. It has not been beard from, but It Is said that four-fiftof It bai been swopt away. Four tnllot furthor down, on Conemaugh river, which' runs parallel with the main Hue of tht Pennsylvania railroad, was the town oi Mineral Point It had 800 Inhabitants, J ptrcent. of the housos being on, a flat clots to tbe rlrer. Itsoomt Impossible ut tblt time to hope that any of them hao et caped. A dlstanoo ot six miles further down was the town ot Conemaugh, and hera alona wae there a topographical pot Slb'.IItyottlm pleading of the flood and It the, breaking ot. Its force. "about S,S00 Inhabitants, anl mutt bo almost wholly dnrastated. Woodvalo, with 8,000 people, lay a mile below Conemaugh In and one mile further down where Johnstown and Its clutter of sitter towns. Cambria City and Conemaugh borough, with a total populaOn made giound nnd tion ot 80,000. stretf bed along right at the river verg a wore tbe Immense Iron works of tho Iron and Hteel Company, which hn. HoilJe, JD.WU.WO Invettad In tholr plant. this there are many other largo Industrial establishments on the bank ot the rlter, how badly damaged can not bo estimated. Atll p. m. a railroad man says tho lots ot Ufa will reach hundreds and possibly over a thousand. The report of tho losses of tbeso towns above can not yot be const thn-flaCan-brl- DEATH'S VALLEY. ' A I mint THB "'"'i t e, panlo-strlcke- 1 , liaT panlo-ttrlcke- n !. wo-rc- tti,fU him-tel- f. ret-cue- d. rt d Huper-IntendeFlor-enc- e, rty r. nut-righ- sixty-- Pa,. Juno To say that Kurly Million Dollars. JAiutowa li a wreck Is but staling the JoittsTow.T, Pa., Jine I Over 1,000 iHt.of the cate. Nothing llko It was ever mln thlt country. AVhero long rows of bodies were taken from near Korrvllle yestordny. This Is ofllclaL Have just 4lU'l3h9Uses and busluost blocks stood seen n commit o of gentlemen .who or iWelght hours ago, ruin anil detolatlon gnnlzed for the purpoto of covering the nw feign supreme Probibly fifteen hun- worst of tha devastated dlttrict to ascer- urttai ouses have been ewept from the face earth ns completely a. If they had tain, If potslhle, tho number of Uvea lost. been erecjed. Mahl street, from Tho commits, aftor comparing note's end, Is plied fifteen nnd twonty acconcludes that 13,000 people aro to Igh with debris, anl In some In- counted for, and Hit the belief that thou-tenIt; Is as high es tht rssfs it Its of the mltelng will never be found. Thlt great mass of wreckazs IhoiltuatlongrowtiuoreaudtuorogloomTa bo street from curb to curb. Many of tbe survivors are losing their ijuently hat crushed the front, of mltids, nnd many are dyln ot their I . ....... . . - ... nn ull.l ... mi- juries. The doVjlnpinn, of vry hi ""."p'ic Tfiia. re in III urriuia rainmitr make It more anl moro app, rent that tSsfffK: wi era! days' yet to form a definite exact number or li ves loet In the J as to tbe loss of II fo, but It will cer town horror will never bo known. All estimates that have made up to this tainly, reach thousands. Kvory hour tlmo nro conservative, and when all is brlngxfrtsb ovldences ot tbe fact that tbe known will doubtless lis found lo have dlsatteX eclipses anything of tbe kind In been too small, Over one thousand bodbs the hlstVy of the country and no one can havo been found since tunrlso and say wholthe final rosults will be. Every the most skeptical concede that tho re- hour or o tbe forces of men working on mains ot thoj.n'i.l. mure rest loiosth tho tha Tortus heaps of debrlt find a In bod let the burled debris nbove Johnstoan bridge. Tho pop- number mud an wreckage It It be'Ieved ulation of Johnttown, the surrounding tbo flames are extinguished towns and the portion of the vnllev aft cl- - that wh rockage at the bridge, and cd by the flood Is, or was, from flfty to In the mty-llv- e thousand. The money loss will tbe sains is removed, that hundreds and huudrodt of victims will bo discovered. reach MOO O.OM. PjTTauunmi, Pa, June 4 Thero hnvo In fact, tils teems certain, as dozens of been between four and Ave thousand cof- bodies bate already been found on tbe outskirts df tha huze mats of biokon tim fins sent or ordcrod to ht sent from Pittsburgh. Of these, twenty. two thousand ber. Itepcats from outside points are also 180 were sent this morning. At noon an order appalling. lUp to 9 o'clock was given for two thousand more. Tho bodies havl beon embilmed at Nineveh, a report that 200 more have rellp(commltto) received a telegram to- and there day from the Now York and Urook yn been discovered half bjrled in tbe mud t Company offering two carloals on an lilaiil between Now Florence nnd At the Fourth of caskets nnd all the help no;essary to tbe plao named. e over 10) victim! handle them. Only tha caskets ore being Ward have been) laid out for Identificasent to Johnstown, at the force ot b nut time to handle roujh box?. tion. In many cases thoy have beeu Another firm his shlppsJ four bundle I recognized, while In many more tho tabs mikrtt mil flvo hundred shrouds. Tho bear the tirtple word "Unknown." Nearstatement that there Is a coflln famine Is ly a thousand bodies so far havo been coluntrue. Two carloads of ctskets shipped lected. Formsr reports have not been exfrom Cincinnati woro sent to Johnttown aggerated. 'Jhelotsof life is so frightful that It is feaiedtotell tho truth about It on I ho Daltimire and Ohio road Fifteen thousand msn, women and children have perished in the flood and flames, AT THB BROKEN DAM. and several hundred mora will die from First Tidings friini thn Source of the Awwounds and exbauitloa. The people ben ful Calamity A Oraphlo Story of tho are apprehensive of pestilential epidemic llrrnk. Jon.NSTOWjr, Pa., Juno 4. Messrs. H. at tbo direct cause of the thousands ol BInger, Ueorge Hlngor, Louis Clnrk and II. bodies putrlfv Ing In the river. The waters Huney IJInnt, of Pittsburgh, ro'atlves of of the Conemaugh are literally choked with masses of putrescent humanity, tbo stoncb members ot tho tfouth Fork Fishing club, of which ia so powerful that hare arrived from tho br ken dam. There Impossible to approach withinIn places It!: a tquars ol was no one nt the lake when they arrived the river. Jutt ns tbe shadowa began to except tho custodians ot the building and upon the earth latt evening a party oi some workmen. Tbe lake Is corapletoly fall dried out. Tho dam brvko In the center thirteen Hungarians were noticed stealthily picking along the banks ol at threo o'clock on Friday afternoon, Conemaugh their way Sang Hollow. Sustowards nnd nt four o'clock It was dry. Tbat picious ot their purpose, several farmen great body of water pastel out In ona armed tbemtelvet and started In pursuit hour, Mestrs Park and Van Iluren, Soon their most horrible fears were realwho are building a new draining syt-teThe Hungarians went out tor at tho lake, trld to cVoit fn disas- ised. Lying upon the shore they came iilundsr. upon ter by digging a sluice way on one elds to the uead and lnanclel body ot a woman e ease tba pressure, gn the daiu, Tlioy Uadu person there were a numtwrol nbout forty meii ill tvuTk, and did all they triuiets or Jewelry and two diamond rtugs. could without atalL Tha water patted In their eagerness to secure the plunder the over the dim nbout a foot alore its top. Hungarians got Into a squabble, during 2. Whatever beginning at about halt-pawhich one ot their number severed tbe happened In the way of a cloai bunt took flnrer upon which were the ring, and place during tbo nlgnt. lUer, una b;en started on a run with bis fearful price. but little rain up to dnrk. Wh.u tho wor lbs revolting nature or tbe doed so men wo. a up In tbe morning the lake was wrouzht up the pursuing farmers, who by g ry full anl was at tho rata of a this time wore close at hand, that they foot nn hour. It kept on rising until at 3 gave Immediate chase, Somo of tbe Huno'clock It first lis jnn breaking over the dam garians showed light, but being outnumand undermining it; men were sent thrro bered were compelled toflee for their lives. or four Units during the day to warn Nine ot the brutes etcaped, but four wort pooplo below ot their danger. When tho literally driven Into tho surging river and Una' break came a Ihrje o'clock there was to their death. Tbe Inhuman monster a sound Uko trcmondous and continued whose atrocious act has been described peals of tbifnder, (riot, rocks and earth watamoug the number of the involuntary were shot up Into midair lit great columns, tulcldts. Two other Hungarians wen and then the wavo started down the ra- caught robbing tho dead mid were hanged vine. A termor wlnesotped said that tbe from a tree; anothor was shot. water did not conn down like a wave, but tt jumped on his bouse and beat It to South Tac fl: Mall Servlcj. In nn InttnriU He was safe up on June 3. John D. Bai Fnciscc tho hillside but his wife and two children Bpreck-1tho president of tho Oceanic wero kllloil Steamship Couqaiy, states that New South Wales I as renewod Its contract Another StrlcVei Town. with the company for ono year t J carry WauAMHiMirr, PA., June 4. Since Satthe Australian malls, which tha Canaurday morning latt thlt city has underwas dian Lino of the steamship gone tho rxporlenco of beiug flooded with socking to obtain, lha tiovernmont ol thirty-fou- r lect of wntor, of having the New has not joined in the utqucbuiilm boom liken out with two contract owbig to tbo failure of tbe m.llion foot of logs; over ton million foot United States to sbaro In tbo expenses of tnwed lumber taken; mills carried equally, as heretofore, and the steamers away and others wrecked; business nnd may not stop nt Auckland in consequence, Industrial oilablUhmont, wreckod and a but, in the event that nn arrangement can ves lost a flood large number of be elected with the U. ti. postal authoritnouly toveu feet higher than that ies, will stop nt Honolulu and at Apia, of IMA A level turfare of wator exand will nlio stop nt Auckland provided a tended from tho northern line ot tho city satisfactory understanding Is roachod entirely across tbe city (o the mountain Now Z 'a Wnd and the American on the south side. This meant that the pottaluuthorltlos. 4 wntsr w.i sir fent deep nn th HoTS of. Rascin ol a Laughln Baby. tho buildl igs In Market aijuare, ovor four Pirrsiiuiuui, June 3 A man namel feet deep In tho station nt the Pennsylvania railroad and nt the llirk Hold. Fully McAul, residing nt Verona, noticed a large tliico-ciu.tor a of the city was submorged. piece of drlttwoid floating down. Ho was Impellod to go to It; he could not tell why, Tho lois U enormous. Nearly forty perwhich he did In n boat To bis Intense sons wcro drowned in thlt city and visurpris" h found In tha cestc-o- f cinity. it a ..-cradle In which a few majhs old babe Syiiipjlhgr From Abroad. lay, and which looked up into his fact l.olo.v, Juno 4. Tho Daily News, dls- - nnd huUsil Mr. MoAul look tbe child cuMiiii iiiu danger or nriuioiai lases to bis house, whoro It la now woll carod says I "America, whoro ovory thing Is on for. j. a scale of vastuesi which wj can not An Expinjlvi Railroad MJa. to.Min dsttlnedto tuITer calamPexvkh, C'ou, Juno 1 Jaajb Oohm, a ities ot civllltat'on, a, It exhibits Its triumphs, on tbo moit colostnl tcala, Tha wesllhy Oormin, pttd twodol'art a mile sympathy of tha wholoclvllirod world will to ride over the Denver and lllo Grand, bo with tho pttjploot Pennsylvnuia in the railroad yettordiy. He wautod to go from Denver to Trinidad lit the tbortett possisaldost, most striking and most overwhelming misfortune that ovor bofoll a ble time, nt ha had 2),000 at ttiko. He for a trip ot tix people of tbo P.ngllsh race." Tho other pail the company U moiulti; ilnlias refer to tho dlsasterm a hours. . similar strain. Ha Wat OitermiMj lo Die. I'Mitr, Inii. June 3 Hat Nolp, butcher, Polonuc IBrldjo Wrecks! Wahiiixutov, Juno 4. Two p,ns of the aged thirty flvo, mado a fourth and attempt at sulot la latt night Hi long brldo iron n tho Potomnu river ho a huvo Imoii carried nway by the flood, took flvo grains of morpbln, from tho of feet ot which he dlJ this morning. ' soiinaTow.-e-, a-- n Thousand llodtet Collected at , and ThouonndB of Bodloa Found In tho Johnstown Are Vicinity While Thou- finds Mors Iliirnod or Hurled In tin Mud. Hud anU Debrlt Hungarians Caught 0,,blniT the Dead nnd Two Are Hanged, Insanity of Jinny nt the Hurtlving Ilettl- - cinother (Shot and Here rat Driven Into e Itlver.nnd Drowned. tnln NulTnrers Jlmiey Lost Will THE COMMONWEALTH, Mrs. PAssrDKMErsR died near Loalt-vlll- e, at the age of HSyeors. NAn Clutbrie, a man named Swift was shot and f.tnlly wounded by James Mor. row. Absorbing tho Tlmo of tbo Bamoaa Tney Art Kept Basy Attending Dinner aad Receptions How the Newspaper Men Are Working; the Mine. UlUavr. s. In Indliimi. 4 Oommloslonera. WabashvJ rainfall ! ins heavlstl b)en Drevallin-- , throughout1 Benton II s nail, WabestjM fell this i Snow la t Dznuy, June 1. In addition to tbe bard work which the American Commissioner! to tbe Bamoan Conferenoa lay out or tbemtelvet each day, they are obliged to give up considerable tlrr.j to social duties In tho gay German Capital, and every night when they sure not entertaining gnests at their rooms at tbe Kalserbof, they are sure to be at some dinner gives in tbelr honor by some distinguished rail. dent ot Berlin. During tho past week two notable dinners were given for them the first on .Wednotday by Blr Kdward Malet, the English Em bass ad or, and the Other, on Friday night when CoDnt-Vbs- f MfllWlB.Tsert'OTvsnf man Secretaries of State, gave them ' banquet, which for menu, Wines aqd char actor of Its guests Is, said never to have boon equated In Berlin. Tho wines were of the rarest vintages, and, Indeed, most of them are anpurcbasnbte now. Among the guests were Count Walderses (Von Molt-ka- 's succonor), Count Von Wedell, the Emporor'e Aid, Mr. William Walter Phelps, Mr. Kasson, Count Eutenfcerg and many other representatives ot political and so. elal rank. Count Von Ilolsteln visited the United States some thirty years ago and was then so kindly received by friends of Mr. Phelps that he has boon most lavish It) bis hospitality here to tbat gentleman and bis oolleagues during tbelr stay. The American delegation occupied an entire floor of tbe Kalserbof Hotel. Each member bat his private bedroom and working-rooadjoining, and In tbe center of tbe suit Is a large and handsomely furnished room which during tbe day is used as reception room for formal visitors, and la tbe evening as a vommon dining-rooThe c!i Commissioner T?z:t rsss if it besieged day and night by newspapermen representing London and American journals, but thus far their success In gottlng news of tbe proceedings ot tbo commission has been confined to what tbey have been able to get In the form of indignant denial from tho German ofllclals. Tbslr method has been to 'concoct some story which, It true, would be so Injurious to German Interests tbat tbe German commissioners bavo felt compelled to deny Is, and this denial genorally forms the basil of voluminous dispatches. m all dayl usd-laet- Peru, for two davs. At 'line of theClncln. alganrallwav. encw Mepth of six Inches. KM other places." I ttiln fell heavily uation Daytervlcir. with. C Rain hat fallen ?tslty, and contin were enWrtrtj WrxtiUtJ, 1 without' hours, b. (4o tro -- trdy. Inots tail Irstftftyoiclit nrP . wlllU'de Thuiims rain's, Ti faellad isaiis by j very heavy, Detroit, May Ice. isaosc.storm yes- jhave had tianrtv ,nd ranch dainagj ! The constant way early, yester- snow-fal- l, -- -. i. vrasrssccasaoJ.',' sMMHLfMintMittf which IsKSKSKSKsK. ' .vsstlstMr In Tub Ln'r fsmlly, living In Mercer County, contains somo excellent material for Germany's famous First Regiment of the Guard. Tho fathsr Is six ffet twolnchei In height, the motl erslx feet thiea. Tho tallest cf tbe ssven tons stretches the tape maire to six feet 'ght Inctr.) the lowest runs it out to six feet four. The combined height of tie italwart faailly ot nine It e Let one and t Inches. Tiik follcw'ng pensions for Kentucklans Were granted a few days agot Original Invat Gaum, Samuel Patrick, llanart Hnrstinan, tidmond O. Hunous. Increase Jr.h E-- "Waller,. John IL Ha. "y. Tacs. J. MtQiH.iV, Au,u.U. Tt'slrn, Jackson O-- Don', lltlsiua and Increase John Htrong. OrlitnalAVidowt. etc. War'- fifty-ninone-ha- lt ltd. Tbe rainfall In s b-- y, v. S. 81 At Bclnxcraft lb snow Is four Inches doep and st II fallllg, while at Portland and Flint tht average depth is two Inches, but ow Ing to almost a hurricane It has drifted to a much greater depth. Tbe damage to cropi Is very great PlOnu, May 31 Heavy rains have fallen for fifty hours in Central Illinois. At Galena tbore was a damaging frost lost night, bubbling Holds ot corn and blasting fruit trei. CiiiTBOToiK, Mien., May 81. It frozo hard hers Tuesday night, ice forming an eighth ot an Inch thick. E irly vegetables and tender plants were killed and fruit trees badly nipped by the frost sect'oiawat BUILDING COLLAPSES, Burying the Workmen In Its Itulns Five Lives Lost by n Shocking Accident at Danville, Virginia. Danville, Va., May 31. A terrible ac. cident occurred here J. it, Tenn was building a large brick tobacco factory on Bridge street, nearly 00 foot long and six stories high. The wall had been completed and carpenters wero nt work on it Tbe wind was blowing bard, and about 2 o'clock Ibis aftoruotn tbe entire building came down with n crash. Jones, Robert Prultt, Win. Young, G. Buck Hocper and D. N. Collie were k lied. Henry Oikes will die, and six others were badly Injured. Btvoral men were buried in tbe ruins, and a considerable time elapsed beforo they were extricated. yest-rday- 1 schnbl-hous- under-t.-.U.- ri a Dr. Cronin't Clothing. Found. m 'utofi-ntioi- Chicago, June 1. Dr. Cronln's clothing has keen found, and another link forged In the chain of evidence that surrounds themu.der. The first clue was obtained by the finding ot the drawers by Boi and Eddie Brescb, two little boys of Lake View. Louis Ilamberger, the eighteen-year-ol- d brother ot the first named lad, then notified the police, Bchuet-tie- r and conducting Lieutenant to the mouth ot the Fifty-nint- h streot aewor, Instituted a search which re sulted In the unearthing ot tha physician's I p.nu, coat ana unavnUfV 1.'t.y mt y over m toot under rrounl, and only discovered by probiing In tbe sand with sharp sticks. Tbe shirt bore the I name of tbo nnfortunate doctor, and tbe I other articles were readily recognized at port Ions of his apparel. The pants in placet were deeply stained with blosd. Ham-berger -- Monument UivetloJ. May 31. At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon the memorial monument erected by citizens In honor of tbe po'.t-e-mwho were killol by ats Anarchist bomb In the Haymnrkot ilot on May 4, TI19 ceiomonles were 1S80, was unvalled. Vtry simple. The monument coatltts of a CfllCAGO, Hipirket A I 71 roTV l .k turli mtofi 'M, I mttis" SP mm ' Sl-st- . frag-iiiin- ), Crushed by a Falling Trio. Nkw Ohlea.ns, June 1. Wednesday evening, during a ttorm on Rsd Bayou, Id DeSoto Parltb, Louisiana, a rod oak tret was blown over, and, falling on tht dwelling of Joe RatTelo, cloto behind, it orushed tbe bouts and killed or wounded six persons. Jrs. Raffela; a daughter, Octana, aged 17; a son, Felix, aged 11; a son, Evans, aged 4, and William, K months old, wero all crushed to death. The eldest son, Joseph, was wouude I to. vorely, but not fatally, by tbe apllntert, while Joseph, sr., tbo bead of the family, who was lying sick In bod, was tbe only member of the family who nscaped uninjured. , vQit I i Zlml 1 ment will have to pay Captain Allan, owner ot the American ship Urldgewater, $23,000 damages, tustnlnt'd through the lllogal seizure of hlsiettelby the Canadian customs authorities. This is not all, either. Ten chances to one the Canadian authorities will have to tender an apology to the United States for an insult cfTcred to the stars and stripes on boar I tha Brldgowatcr while under so'zure at e, Ottawa, Juno Canada Ponies Up. 1. Tho Canad'an govern- pedestal surm anted by a bronze statu, ot a policeman In uniform, of bero 0 size. The statue Is tho work of Mr. J. J. GoUrt.t Chicago rculplor. Tbe momorlal stands upon tbe scene ot the riot nt tin interne-tlo- n of Desplalnes and West llandilph streets, and li aumtlMiigutrr twenty feet lu height. Counttrlilt Gold C)h. WATEntxio, Ia., Slsy 3L For somo lino havo been Irt circulation In dlircrent parts ot the State The pieces appeared to bo ot tho coinage ot IS!, and tbelr appearance was perfect except that they were light weight Yesterday a mat wa, caught pasting one, and wa, liter arrested, nt Li Porte, la. On being searched, $222 In bogus gold coin wat found 01 his v- pel sou. A UT mrti past counterfeit gold pieces N. S. Doodlsr McGiriglo Gives Himtoll Up. CniCAao, June 1. W. J. MiGarlgle, ot the Cook County Hospital, who Las been a fugitive from justice, under Indictment as one ot lh, "boodlers" In the county ring, living for some t mo In Biuf, Shep-ard'- ti Demand 01 Fraics. ai.-TWatb-Ingto1 il n New York, May he Herald correspondent telegraph that Blaine yesterday sent a long cablegram to Minister 11)1 1, at Paris, demanding an Immediate Investigation of the mntlor of tho arrost and alleged s British Columbia, walked into Judga ot three New York ladles at court room shortly before noon toFranco, and Insisting upon an ample day and delivered hlmsolf up. He wat at once taken to the olllce of tbe State's attor- - apology. s t noy. Iron Discovered h OVUhoma. 1 J4 St. LOUIS, May 31. Dispatches from '' Frotl In Alabama. Oklahoma report the finding of rich Iron iimMtNoitAU, Ala., Juno t, Tho weather Tbe here yest jrday morning was tho coldest mines a short distance from Guthrie. probably tab ever known in this section at this ore Is saidsixty-Ar- e rjy dee, andot Iron. A per cent ot the year. Light frosts oontalns be tank at once, seaon shaft will are reported at several points near the city, and crops aro Injured slightMexico Has a Disastrous Flood. ly, Tae thermometer registered thirty-eigCut or Jlzxioo, May SI Via Gilvoi-toIn tbe city at daydegrees at points and bait Heavy storms of - "" Hueatjutla hare canted rainrlvor to Inun-at light this morning. tbo date that town, drowning many persons Bamoan Conference. and cattle, wuthlng away many housos Beku.v, June 1. The Samoau conference and dettroying crop'. will not meet again for oovernl days, l'he Bmum's Suooissjr. Commissioners have agreed to the quss. tions at Issue, and have drawn up a proNew Haven, Ct., May "31 Coigrest-ma- n tocol. This has been telegraphed to the Carlos French has been eIoo:ol a govenments Interested, and It is expected member ot tho National Democratic Comtbat replies will be received by wire. On mittee to represent this State In placo of their arrival a formal sitting will beheld. Vm. H. Baruum, deceased. .1 Men-ton- e, ht n. ., TRANSPIRING OF LATE. one-ha- lf t'ltlt-burg- The New York Legislature has appropriated f 10,000 for a monument to John Ericsson In Now York City. A team of four cows appeared In UoUo-vuI. T., not long ngo, bavins been driven from Nobrnsku, n distance of ono thousand miles. Heavy Loitot al Washington. Estimated Public Debt Decrease. BnnevEPORT, w Coriinall-ou-lludioi- hr - ncipila-Itlvenot- llfo-snvl- Tub Now York celebration has demonstrated tbo possibility ot massing sovcuty Denvir Brswirles Gobslaj. thousand inllltla in Now York within tlftecn Dewku, Cou, Juno 3 The Kngllth hours. syndicate, which for sonn time past has Mits. Axx Davis, who died In Philadelphia beon busily cngngod In buying up Ameria few days ago, hud tho dUtlnotlon ot dying can Irnweriat, have succeeded lu getting In tho bed In which President William control of Denver's two lea ling Henry Harrison oxplrcoi. s ies. The amount paid Is said propertto havo Onb ot tho greatest Innovations In the been $3,000,000. Houso of Parliament Is tba Introduction of . n bootblack In tho Commons Playfully KicvVnier Lorn. Ho Is tho tlrat ot his kind. l'OUKlior, O., Juno 3. While 011 the way Tub English sparrow Is credited with home from h spelling match in llsdforl bavins nearly exterminated the foreign Township Baturdny night Miss Delia o cabbago worm In tho vory cxtonslvo Jlsker playfully klckod her companion, fields around Chicago. Ueorgo Sutlor, on tho shin, fracturing the Tub Massachusetts Leglslaturo recently bono. When sin found tbat tho young passed a law, vrheroby tho assessors aro get up sho faintad, when obliged to ask at every residence for tho man could not duller lulled lustily for help, which soon names of women desiring to voto. Tub "Ooddoss of Liberty" on one of tho cime, and both were taken homo in a wagon. floats In tho Now York contenulol parade Gold WalelTamJ TriTTlnalhj Pocksl was observed to chow tobacvo and vigorously, "Hhe" wasujouug t'lnsutmmi, Juni a At Avonus A u man hired for tho occasion, but this fact lieliostlloatel down, and at the tip of It may not havo boeu patent to all thote who wji a pair of pants, In which was viewed. tb performance. anstef ant gold wattle cloak-roomcab-bagcol-taiu- Juno 3. The rising ot the waters heie has eclipse tho high-watmark ot 1877. The loss will bi enormoui Bonis placo It at $1,0)0,00), b it nc reliable figures can bo given until the waters and allows property owners to examine their Lulldince. U'ASiit.NOTON', 1 sub-sld- Wabiiinotox, June 1. It Is estimated at the Treasury Department that then has been a docreaso ot J 8. 000, 00) In the publlo debt during the month of May, notwithstanding tbe disbursement of nearly during tbo mouth oil account of The Treasury surplus Is now pensions. stated at $31,000,000. For Llle. 31. In tho dltWalter Doughs, anil J ike Bergman, two men convicted of murdering J110. Dlckinton recently, wero sentenced to the penitentiary for life. t. i RallroiJirt Fatally Hurt. I.A., May trict court j Christening, WasIHSOTOM, Juue it ii" 1. While House. Tho President's granddaughter, Mary Lodga McKee, was Drainage Bill Signed. christened at tho White Houso by her '!-- . May 31. GoverRev. Dr. Scott, In tbe SrRlNOTlKLO, presence of tbe family, tbe members of tha nor Flfer hat signed the Chicago drainage t'ablust nud General and Mrs. Williams. bill r, ffCKEVK.TEii, May3t. In a frolght train collision here, Kuglneer Wm. Ilonrt and Fireman John Hammond were fatally Injured. . Decision Against Chewing Gum. Wasiiinuto.v, June I, Acting Secretary Tlcheuer has Informed tho Surveyor ot Customs at Memphis that chewing gum, manufactured from Imported Moxlcau chicle nnd balsam tulu and domsstlo sugar, Is not entitled to a drawback under tbe law because of the presence of domettla material. . Heavy Suspected ol ai Awlut Died. Va Miy 31. From parties from th) nelghliorhool of tha recent flro In 1'rlnceas Anne County, by whloh Riv. V. li Clarke, three I of his children nn I lis niece were bums to death. It is tainted that a feeling exuti that tin flro was ot incendliry origin. th psrson sutpsct)! btlng a colo ol man who lived 011 the Nohi-olk, Frost In Illinois. farm. KilljJ Galena, 111., June I. A heavy whlto frott visited this section yesterday morning. Corn In low ground wa, blasted lo h Cchits. k"ii.Ma Jl. JMlltsi Il.'oivn. , wai I'Hi ijjc Jl.'layneir hre, the sprout, and all kind ot teuder fruit during 0 oycbie, Mb s wits anl ajs killed. Tb damage It tsry serloun badly InjureJ. atal-iiior- and minors Widow, Rsissue Nancy J., tvjdow of Wr 1 Kolly. . Tiii! Fayette County court of claims adjoined tbo other day, afttr o thirteen Iho coynty lsvy was reduced Xom eighty-si- x to tevonty-sl- x cents on Ow hundred do'lirs. A committee was appointed to rc;ort on tho advisability of Luilltng anew jalL The last rail on the Frankfort and Georgetown division of tbe Kentucky Midland rnilwi.y was laid May 29. Tub body of Robert Allen, who was drowned near Llttlo Hickman, has been recovered. An child fell outot a second-storwindow at Nlcholasvllle. . It may recover. The Eastern Kentucky Mining nnd Lumber Company, with a capital of 100,000, has been Incorporated. Paris Is Its headquarters. ElOIITY-rlVHUNDRED DOLLARS have s been subsc ibod at Paris for purposes. It is said tbat an English syndicate Is after tbo Kentucky distilleries. His, Leva Hamilton bas brought suit for 1 15,00) aialnst J. J.Shackteford for alleged breic'a of promise. Both aro prominent In social circles at Maysvllle. While Joseph Roberts and his son were seeking shelter from tbo storm In Shelby County, a few days ago, a tree fell and crushed R birts to death. The boy was also Injured, but escaped wltb his life. At Versailles Po ice Ollcer Al Curtis, cbargod with the killing of George Dawson on May 9, bad au exnmlnlng trial before Judgo Parrlsh and wat brand over to circuit court In the sum of f 300 to answer tho charge of mans'aughter. postmasters The following fourth-clas- s wcro appointed the other day for Kentucky: J. B. Patrice, Bloomlngton, Magoffin County, vlco John Frankl.n, removed. Ed Callahan, Crocketsvllle, Breathitt County, vies Jar. O. Draton, removed. W, U. Young, Falkland, Jefferson County, vice Wm. C, Couper, resigned. Mrs. N. J. Rate III, Pomeroyton, Menifco County, lice W. C Cation, removed. A. J. Kim-bre- l, Rlghtangle, Cnrk Connty, Icepjsafr, Fre erck Low. XrWovrrt. . , ', ;. 'jmmmmm "Ciitai.v J a mis A.'ALLty died at his residence in Paris, tho other evening, aged sixty years. His death was the re sult of a wound received at tho battle of Chlckamaugn, from which ho had suffered fur years. He was a Lieutenant In the Orphans Brlgnde." Mil G. F. Settlc, an old and esteemed citizen of Hvrso Cave, died suddenly ot heart disease the other afternoon. Duhi.no a severe thunder stcrro, the other morning, tbe largo flouring mill ot J. D. Carroll & Co., at Adalrville, was struck by lightning and cnught lire and burned completely to the ground. Tbe mill was a very tine one. The loss Is estimated at $15,000, with 12,0CO Insurance. The Kentucy Homeopathic Society was In setslin at Lexington, a few days ago. Tbe following olllcers wero electod: President, A. L Monroe, Louisville; J. A. Vansant, Mt Sterling; sccrelnry, E. II. Johns, Danville; treasurer, M. D lis, Carlisle; toard of censors, J. A. Lucy, J. P. EJgnr, O. H. Buck. At Covnglon, Jacob Rium got judgment against the Kentucky Central railroad for $75 damages. Tbe plaintiff was knocked rff a car. At Munay City two brothers, named Dow ties, aged thirteen and fifteen, wero playing with a pl.tol, when lha weapon was discharged, entering the brajftof the younger and killing him almost Instantly. A uovEStrNT Is on foot to start a national lank at Pembroke, Christian County, Thirty thousand dollars hat boon subscribed already, and tho b.nk will probably Woodward County Democrats have nominated Samuel II. 8bou.se at their candidate for Represontative In the next . Legislature. Ki The Indictment of Louis Constans, for embezzlement and Clerk Wm. F. McCluro, on a similar charge, by tho grand jury In Newport, a few days ago, has greatly excited tho people of that .lt y. Mr. CoiuUns' ahnrtag? Is fixed st (31,017.61 nud that ot McClure at $1,07133. ilench warrants were Issued for the arrest ot both parties, but Mr. Constans Immediately upon learning ot the Indlotment-again- tt him, surrenderel btmtelf to and hi, ball was fixed at He was In the custody ot tbe ofllclals anl every opportunity was given him to furnish the bond. Mr. McClura's bond wat fixed at $2,000. Wm. Giiaiiau, a young man living near Concord, Lewis County, accidentally shot himself In the bead while handling a pistol, causing death in a few- hours. Lxjam CotJNTT Democrats have selected Dr. It. N. llenuchamp as their candidate tor Representative In the next Legislature. The administrators of Nolan l.lmund-torecently killed by an L and N. train, near Rutsellville, have file! suit there for K5 000 damages. The new Christian Church at Leetburg, vas dedicated the other Sunday, about . tour thousand people being present Urs. Hriiiy Waoooner, wife of a wealthy I'ulo.i County furmir, ato a hearty dinner a few days ago, and rose laughing from tho table, whon she suddenly fell to the floor and Instantly expired, supposed to have been heart disease. At Lexington, fhe cate against Thomas O'Brien, jr., charged with the murder of lUtty Sbes, wat continued until June 7. Jonv It z rn, John Nelson, Walker Reed, Win, Thomas and James Snodgrass were al letted and taken to Frankfort by a Jeputy marshal tho otbor day, and lodged In jail nt moontbliiers. Tbey will be tried J by the U. B. Court E. D. K. Hardin has boon nominated by the Democrats of McLean County for Representative lu the House ot the next General Assembly. For the Senate tha county's choice was Jep. C Jonsou. Colonel Geo, IL Davisom, collector for the Sixth District bas mailed bis resignation to Washington, to take effect upintho appointment and qualification ot bis successor, Leo Cooiirav, aged elghteeu years, was probably fatally shot by Robert Colo, a constable, at Cross laud, tbe other night Cochran was attempting to cecaptfrom the ofllver, W'ho had him under arrest for carrying a p'stol Cole fltd after the shooting. elghteen-mcntht-oty d E water-work1 ex-Ci$15,-00- 0. n, .r MSZ73TZ fejBafJjntataTi x - issssV tfOyr; villi ,rfmvi f Ztfim'tfRfw 1 a t JW m. .. ,' .. " nwW'T. ttS-.- Sv . f. iij f ; '. .,, jW" 7- - . - . Jh' - rv 1 .v " . t 4 m FINE JOB PMNTING ICXKCUXICD WITH HEATliESS AND DISPATCH. THE HICKMAN COURIER. . Published Eifiry Friday by QEORGE WAIUIEN Hiekmrtn, Kentucky. Office THE HICKMiN COURIE Tho Oldest Nowspnpor in Jackson Htroel, iiestdoor o Oily UalL GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Wostorn Kentucky. L'rlcool' Subscription, $150 ESTABLISHED I860. VOL. IE DEATH'S VALLEY. ThouonndB of Dodloa Found In tho Mud. THE DEAD. almost a Thru. anil iioillea Collected at i Johnstown .nnd Vlctnltj While Thou- More. Are Hurried or Hurled In the Vail and Debris Hungarians Cnught lobbing the Dead and Two Arn llangeil, - Another Bhot and Several lirlvea Into 10. 35. WEATHER.. tK.-'- Ih SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETG current Tonca unit Tin physician o CALL AND SEE US. THE COMMONWEALTH. Faskt Dk Mkerr died near Loult-H- I, at tbs eg of lliyoars. Nsah Guthrie, a man named Swift wai ahotaed fatally wounded by Jamot Mor. Mns. " l'orln bavo formoJ i APPIUJICU TiiEplgs.ha-clovo- r l.oiidou. onvTowi, Pa.. Juno 8. -- To say that k Jinstown li a wreck It but Hating the Nothl"C '"" It was over Joiinstow.v, Pa., Juno I Over 1,000 "nt0' rrln Ibli country. Where long rows of bodies were taken from near Korrvlllo 5JjJnRhouie nnd builneii blocks stood yoslordny. This I ofllclaL Havo Just fifjfelght hours ago, rula and desolation seen a commltoo of gentlemen ,wboor gnnlied for tho purposo of coTerlns.tlijL .fl?ll5n supreme. Probably fifteen hun- anises nave Deen swept from the face worst of tbo devastated district to ascertain, If posilble, tho number ot lives loit. OSBSSI earth at completely as If they had A BurstsaRca- bttn erected. Mam street from The couim Use, aftor comparing notes, enJ, Is nil..' fifteen and twoutv concludes that 13,000 peoplo are to bs ac!gh with debris, anl In some In- crvoir. counted for, anil It Is tho bellof that thouIt Is as high as tin roofs of tbe sands of the mining will never be found. This j. oat mass of wreckage . Tho situation grows more and more gloomy. the streot Many ot the survivors arn Inilntr their from curb to curb. Pa., OvorwhelerieW ind fluently hat crushed tho fronts of minds, and many are dylnj of tbatr ssAfiEnttroly Swept Away. In and tided tb space w.tU ro juries. The dovalopmonti of every hoi - . - I. .....1. 1. A II ... nS a h I ot the ttrribt calamity.; It will m..w luuiDnu iiiuiu- upimruiib .urn.I Al ssrslA eve'ral dny'yi to Win a definite exact number ofllvos lost In the aiiiv linran1aQaarter1Tiir, InXam UA.ss to tbo loss of life, but It will cer town horror will never be known. All esHome rut for India promises to give l'lacee llundreVeet Deep rlimc timates that have b:en made up to thli tainly, reach thousands. Kvery hour England ai much troubl at home ruU for tlmo nro conservative, and when all Is brlngtVresb evidences ot tbe fact that tbe Down from a llolulil of Thrr Ireland. known will doubtleit bi found to bavo rtliastrl eclipses anything ot tba kind In llnnilrxl Hrel ririrn Thoa- E.vormocs Iceberga'baY lieen reports! been too small. Over ono thousand bodlei th hlsttry ot tho country and no one can and Mim I.oil and lui. to bo floating around In th North Atlantic havo boen found ilnce sunrise and say whatthe final results wilt be. livery uenie Deitrurtlon thli spring. hour or 10 tho forces of men working on tbe moit skeptical concede that tho reof I'roperty. CuAiata Wrncn, a Cincinnati plumber, mains of thousands moro reit lineith tho the vartnis heaps of debris lind a l the father of five In number bf bodies burled the debris above Johnstown bridge, Tha poppalri of twins. All nr alive and healthy. wreckage. It It be'leved ulation of Johnstown, the surroundint mud an PrTTftDunon, I'a., Juno L The flood at tbat wbr tbe flames aro extinguished Jons (J. Wiutiikh, the towns anil the portion of the valley aft c says that Johmtown hai retailed In an awful cti-trophho txptcti to IIt to be n hundred, though reckag at tho bridge, nnd ed by the flood Is, or was, from fifty to In tho Tho reierrolr above the town flfty-nv- e ii ii ui annum thousand. Tbo money lots will tho same is removed, that hundreds and broke about Are o'clock, latt ovenlnc and hundreds of victims will bo discovered, Two friends mot on ths street, of Water, tho Immense volume of water ruibed rcoch 110 0 0.0J0. .,.... . . 1. . bury, Conn, n few dnyi ago for tho lint down to tho city, carrying with It death as PiTTSDirnuii, Pa , June 4 Thoro havo In fact, itis B7V1US lonaiu, - uvsutis ui bodies bale already been found on tbe linn In sevonty year. ana ueilructlon. been botween four and Ave thousand limu, wiui itslr -A shade of pink scarf very muij afoutskirts 11 tho huge mats of brokon timsent or ordcrod to hi sent from nipante, wero iwept away, and t fected by Harvard boy l Commercially hundred! -- of people nere firmed. Of these, twenty-tw- o thous.v d ber, Ilepttts from outside points are also 133 appalling. (Up to 0 o'clock drowns I. Tbero li no communlcitlon kn,ii as "raw !." Tho banks of tbo Conimaugh river are were sent this morning. At noon an order Tss Chines was given for two thousand more. Tho bodies bavl been embalmed at Nineveh, Government rofusei to with Johnttown, but a telegraph operator overflow 1 for mllos, and the wholo counagree to the treaty restricting Chlneso In the I'enniytvanla railroad town of try Is delugod and thero It a report that 200 more have relief, camiulttoi received a telegram towith water. The PennsylHtng Hollow, twelve mllei thli tide of vania Imnilgratloj to Australia, railroad, all along the river from day from ths New York and Itrook yn been discovered half burled In tho mud Jawm (Iokdo Ik.!iktt paid n I'arU Johnttown, eayi at leait loventj-flv- e Johnstown to New Florence, Is washed Casket Company cfTorlnjr two carloa la en an Islaiu between New Florence nnd doctor J.0W for three uilnuUi' work In dead bodice hnvo floated pait Ihe wlrti away, At tbo Fourtb to tbe plac I named. travel Is entirely sus- of caskets and all tho help are all down and no tralni ara running pended. and Bang e catting a wart 01T hit iiek. over 10) victlmt handle them. Only tho caskets are being Ward At Hollow tho operaeattof Malrivllla, which li about tweuty. tor In one of tho railroad towiltH Juma llitt, of IVanklln, IV, rent to Johnstown, at the force ot under- have beer) laid out for Identificafive mllei woit of Johnttonn. u ers counted eighty-seve- n a lulnnon doad bodies takers has not time to handle rou;h boxes. tion. In many cases they havo been Inchei long in a reliable Information received floating down Lateit s plat of reitauianl tho river on tbe driftwood. Another firm has shlppsd four hundrod recognized, while In many more tho tabs comes through l'enntyl. from Tiir eillor of a Kort Ojtden (Ha ) paper TanlaJohmtown ofllclalt, who aver tbat The river roio so rapidly tbat all the ope- rnskets an 1 llvo hundred shrouds. Tbo bear the thiplo word "Unknown." Nearrailroad aeterta that a bamboo iprout near I'll til over two hundred dead bodies have been rators In tbo towors between Bang Hol- statement that thtra Is a colli famine Is ly a thousand bodies to far havo been collow and New Florence had to flee for their untrue. Two carloads of Rreir ll incbei In one nlRht. ciskets shipped lected. Formsr reports havo not been excounted Costing down stream at Johns. Uvea. Tbo bridges at New Floronc on from Cincinnati wore sent to Johnttown aggerated. The loss of life is sn frightful About one huudred anJ fi.'tj- - colore are town, while along tb lino many addition that It is feared to tell the truth about It obtained from ooul tar, which bat almott al liver have been lost. It Is atterted tbat tbo Pennsylvania railroad, and Cokotown, on the Ilaltlmire aud Ohio road Fifteen thousand men, women and chilentirely lupplanted reetab.a and niilmal there are but two housei In Johnttown on th Wst Pennsylvania, wero carrleJ away. Houses, furniture, etc, are being dren have perished In tbe flood and flames, dyet proper entirely above the water line. A carrle 1 down AT THE BROKEN DAM. the rlvor. and several hundred more will dts from pedal train, bearing l'ennty Irani At the Troy olytchnlo the itudenta Reports from Pitts nuao if, June bar a crata. They paptr their celling! road oOK'Inli and a large number of ntws along tho Klekluilnotas Lriver, into which first Tilting from tlm Source of the Aw- wound; and exbauttloa. Tbe people bare ful faUmllf A ilranhla Mors- of tho areapprehenslv of peitllontlal epidemic with enrelopei of letteri from their Uitt paper men, hat left this city for the tcene. tbo Conemaugh empties, aro moitdlstreis-Ing- , llrritk. Telegraphic communication li ontlrtly cut direct causo of tho thousands ol Klrli. Tbo river na r Saltsburg Is filled Juiinstowx, Pa., Juno 4. Messrs. H. at the pulrifylng in th river. Tbo wateri li:s Kintat IJUl. HUlorical Society It U7, ami until telegraph repairmen and with wreckage, and a number of persons Blnger, Over BIngor, Iouls Clark and It. bodies nejotlatlns for the purchase of tlirirl operators, wltb necessary Instruments, were noticed clinging to such timbers as Huisey llinns, of Pittsburgh, le'atlves of of the Conemaugh aro literally choked wltb open up at tho nearett point, but little re which John llrown used at Harper' would boar tbelr weight At lllatrsvllle members of the South Fork Fishing club, masses of putrescent humanity, the stoncb leble Information can be obtained. Ferry. men aro stationed on tb bridges and havo arrived from tho br ken dam. Tbero of which It to powerful that in places It It A special from Ureemburg toys "A A LAW of the Now York HUt Leg lata. banks In tho bono of rescuing some wat no one nt the lake when they arrived Impoitlbte to approach within a square ol Lai Juit reached lure, forllddlnj the beat.n; of railway portion of Johnttown here tbat the greater of those who wore being carried down j except the custodinns ot the building and tho river. Just as tbo shadows began to hat been flooded the stream. Tbo volume of water It unfall upon tbe earth oveulng a party ol care by itoYc,lui Iwea declared conelltit' and thousand of llvoi i lott Houtpi are precedented. Tho Iron bridge connoctlng tome workmen. Tho lake Is completely thirteen Hungarians last noticod stealthwere tlonal. drlod out Tho dam broke lu ths center nftiTtiv iii.r Ami in. ..Avtii utiia - j ily picking tbelr way along the banks ol IN Houitoen, llullaild, there Is a clallt fraa are nnln..trltn. n,l .r nuin. A Illalrtvlll with tho lllalrsvllle Inlenecat o'clock on Friday afternoon, rose tree Iwlonglng to Mine. Itegnen, whlca the mountains. At a point near New tlon has been carried away, and with it a and lhro four o'closk it wat dry. That Conemaugh toward Bang Hollow. Susat train of heavily loaded cars standing upon picious ot thstr purpose, several farmers afw years ago bold C,0 luoi ut th Floronc elghty-flvpenons have Uen lb triage to holtl It In plnco. This was great lody of water passed out In ono armed themselves and started In pursuit irondxL't-wooiaaiuetlme. l. teen floating don n tho ths largoit and ttrongett brldga on the hour. Messrs Park nnd Van Duren, Boon tbelr most horrible fears were realmeue ny i uno report comes mat but two nil's of tbs ciu.iniig who ore building a new draining sysPennsylvania ised. The Hungarians went out for nlun- Minnesota Inventor. It Is as toll as cloth I houiet In Johnttown can It tin. The Westall of the West railway. It Is thought tem at the lake, tried to avert tho disasPennsylvania railway Lying upon ant it li utaliuid that the cold can no Coretown and New Florence VivlrtSli h" tbat ter by digging a slulco way on on sldt to dsr. ueaa upon tbs shore they camwomsn bridges will share n similar fata anil nsnslsi tody ot is been washed away, and penetrate It as the irssur on the dam, Tlioy had. the i. AiU: . All J.QWnsl"i,llo .lCl.klmlnatas yerson there w.ro a numberoi AMRklQAH expected to ba submerged. about forty men 31 KOlk, and did all tlioy ypsmftoi. ara xxpt-- l (a epenit tbl r 'VSTro)rvara g Flcr.nc and JobnstowamJl, year, for on purKM or another, n.ld Among tbem are Llvermore, Saltsburg, coutd without MalL Tho water patted . away. The .railroad" ',,":, Taave Apollo, Leecbburgaud Avenmor", hsvlng orer the il from purely tai Ineis, th snug suut of rlent . . . , about n foot alove Its top, Hungarians got Into a squabble, during j mi ,j-"oeeu auanuonea uj tuo operaior a population of from 8,000 to 10,000 each. beginning at about half-pa1100,000, 0 In Kurope, Whatever Tbe Inhabitants along tho river have been happened In the way of n cloud burst took wb.ch one ot tbelr number severed the "A TXAUITli cartridge one foot In finder upon which wero tbe ring, and warned, but srs almost at place during tbo night Thero had length aks only of a seouud lo started on a run wltb his fearful prise. tbe Idea of tbelr great loss of property but little rain up (o uark. Wh.n tho workspied?, sclentltti say.' We aro willTbe revolting nature ot tbe deed sc which It Inevitable. ing to take their word for It men wo.o up lu the nornlng tho lake wai wrou-up the pursuing farmors, who by Later reports from Cokotown Is to the Tnic Counteit Crosby, of Ihe old nobility vry run cni wnt rising al lue rate ot a tbil tiins wore close at band, tbat tboy effect that the eutlre town Is submerged, of Austria, his gou on th road with foot nn hour. It kept on rising until at 3 gave Immsillata chase, borne of the Hunand a number of llvot bavo beou lo.it at o clock It firit bian breaking over tho dam circus troupe. Hbo will take It to I'arls tbat place. garians showed light, but being outnumbetor the Kxpnsltlon closes. Holivah, Pa., June 1. A man reicued and undermining It; men were sent three bered were compelled to (lee for their lives. A aWAHM of attracted by a comb In tho river hero, who wat swept away or four times during the day to warn Nine of tbe brutes escaped, but four were of honey In Ihe tndow, took (wsiesslon nf from Johnstown, says positively that not poople below of their danger. Whon tho literally driven Into the surging river and a grocery stor In l'lalnfleld, N J., and put leu than Ilflecn thousand lives are prob-- 1 Hun! break canio a thr.e o'clock tbero wat to their death. The Inhuman mnnter s, Zuur.d lik an end to business for the day. tiviuendvue und continued whose atrocious act has bsen described ably lott is tho villi? at tho Cuueuiaug'n. Wiiitklaw- Ukiii, minister to Paris, his penis of thifnder, trjes, locki and earth was among tbe number of the Involuntary This point Is twenty miles below Johnsrented the house of Comtette de dram-mon- t, were shot up into midair In great columns, sulc.dts. town, and tho work of rescuing men, woTwo othor Hungarians wort In that city, at an annual rci.lsl of men and children tweeptng down the and then the wavo started down the racaught robbing tho dead and were hangej river bat bosn going tteadlly forward all vine. A farmer whicsctped said that tho from a tree; another was shot. I2,C0J. Hli lalary as Mlr.iiter Is 17,.VX. night w ater did not com down like a wave, but ""- - A. a Chicago young Ilt.AinRVii.LE iNTKMrcTio.x, Pa., June L jumped un his house and beat it to fragSouth Pie fi: Mall Servlci. man, fell liv love with I.ylla Thompion, At Loot port, about eighteen miles from ments In nn luitnnt II wat tato up on the burlrsqut actress, and growing Sax Fiiamtisco, June 3. John D. Johnstown, the tcene of tho disaster, Hllol tho hillside but his wlfo nnd two children Bpreckols, the president ot tho Oceanic nfltr she left the city, killed himllenson, an old man, Mrs. Iloyle, Paddy were killoib self. Steamship Cciupaiy, states that New Madden and two Hungarian "?r; resSouth Wales I as renewed its contract l.cviClAwm, of Livingston Mo, used cued. Mr. llenson said "I llvo In CamAnolror Stricken Town. to bjast that be had not rend a nonspapsr with tbe company for ono year tj carry Slip CT TUB ETRtCIEM DIITUCT. bria City. I think that not lots than 13,000 Wili.iaMhpoiit, Pa., June 4. Since for tlfty years. The other day two slran-ger- s the Australian malls, which the Cuua-dla- n v. N. Ilnyri, Hupervlior of tba section people wero lost In tho house with me morning last this city has under-Kuii- o of Lints tbe steamship played the bunko game on him for of the Pennsylvania railroad covered br on Chestnut street wer ten persons bowas llio rxpuriunco of bo lug flooded with socking to obtain. Tho Government of tl.Wi th flood, telegraphed at 13 o'clock latt lide myself, end I feel sure tlioy were all thirty-fouicct ot w'.iUr, of having tho Now has not joined In the Tub Navy Department hat decided to night to Huperlntendeut Pitcalrn as follott Up to I o'clock In the uftoiiioou the send the romslu of Captiln John Krlcs-o- n lows! "Tbe deitructlon Is terrible. Tho water, which was seven feet deop in the Susquehanna boom tiken out with two contract owing to the failure of the of l"j;i; over ten million feet million to Hweden, his native land, for burial. dump at Johnstown l gon ltween tbo streets remained stationary. About 4 United Btatcs to sbaro In tbo expenses They will 1 takou on tbe new cruiser bridge and tower. Weit cf Johnttown, at In tho afternoon tho great rush came. of sawed lumber takon; mills carried equally, as heietofore, and tbo steamers nwny and others wrecked; business nnd may not stop at Auckland In consequence, Chtcagiv soma polnti tt. tiAi'.i nu nt'rly cnted In Sfl4H minutes the water roso fully ten Houies cnnie floating down the industrial establishments wrecked and a but m "'8 event that nn arrangement can gone. Tbe river for feet Uetweek flftssn and .tilven Ihouiand away and road-boves lott a Hood be effected with the IT. B, postal authorichildren aro lost In London overy year, three quarlerr of n mile above the bridge streets. Thero wer peoplo In eteryone large number of lnw!t ll of whom aro found and rettorod It filled with buildings and driftwood, of them, and Uod only knows how many r.oirly soven foet higher than that ties, will "loP at Honolulu and nt Apia, forty feet high, and Is on Are, burning were lost At they wore carrlol oil ths ot 1SC A level surface of wator exto their parents by th aid of tho Metroand wilt also stop at Auckland provided a furiously, and Is entirely beyond our con- houses Mere jammed together and ngalnsl truded from tho northern lino ot tho city satlifaclory understanding Is reached politan police. trol. 1 can not cittaats the amount tbo honui ttlll .lauding, and In a very entirely ncross tho city lo tho mountain W New 55 'aland and tho Amerlcau H. uii In tes they were all battered tc on tho south side. This meant that tbo I walked over from few Uomocrat, who has been postmaster In a of damage. plecei before tboy wero carried Tory far wnter was six feet deep on tho floors of postal authorillos. to Bangbollow, four miles. Vermont towu for four yeart, has juit Johnston Rescuj ol a Laughing Bab. Tbe bouse I was In was toon smashed tc tho buildl igs In Market Bquare, ovor four Johnstown Is literally wiped out" stepped out and his wlfo, a 'Staunch June !l A man namol PirrsHiiitnii, Pitcalrn, who Is at New Flor. pieces, and I managed to jump onto n celfeet detip hi tho station ot tha Pennsylvahai ben given th commit. lar door. In a fow seconds I wat nia railroad nnd at the Hark Hotel. Fully McAul, redding at Verona, noticed a large enca, aixty.fW miles esst ct Pittsburgh, linn. mid when telegraphs that over one huudred men, a rushed Into tho flood, the city was nubmcrged. piece of driftwood floating down. He was Or tn Kngllth business men sjvsn dla back wbera Cambria City The loss Is enormous. Nearly forty per mid childron paitod Sanghollow, I looked Impelled lo go lo it; he could not tell why, 17. age of Of tenlVo.ioli business ollnglng to debris. Keren were roscuod at stood there was nothing but a great laU sons wuie druwued ill this city nud vl- - whirs he did in n boat To his Intense men eight die tinder that n$. In the Bangbollow, two at Conemaugh Furnace of water. It looks to me as If every houii surpnto ho found In tbe center of it a . . United iHitei the ratio la less llian six. and two at Now Florence. Unly forty- - bad been rated or covered over. Tbo vast ciully. cradli in which a fow moojhs old bib Hnw about that old howl tbat wo are living passed New sheet of water wns,full ot floating timbers, Sympathy from Abroad. teven of tbe hundred nndovei lay, sad which tasked up Into his fact too fail? Florence. Tho Ion of life and property roofs of houses, rafts, boards and othei London, Juno 4. Tho Daily News, and liughed. Mr. McAul took tha child JollK U Davio, a farmer, reildlng nt will 10 terrible. A frolgbt engineer tays articles. The scene was Indescribable. tho danger ot artificial lakes, to hii house, whore it is now well caroJ Now Dlgglns, III., piTt his milk cans on tho tbat at 2 p. m. h saw throo men and A wo- Tbe cries of lb men, womeii mid children tays) "America, whoro overy thing Is on for. I paitod Faddy Maddou's were frightful. b wood-pll- o In dry, and tbo relltctlon of the man struggling for their llvet In tbe which wj can not wife, my son's wlfo and n man clinging ascaleof vattneis An Exptnslva Railroad Mia. river Juit below Johuitovru. tun'e rays from them set tbo wooJ on lira, to:ma dlittuedto auITer calamerne In Johnitonn to tbo root of n house. I callod to them Tbo Western Union Co I., Juno 1 Jaojb Bohra, a doing cunsldsrnbto damage tJ his house ot clvilliat'.on, as It exhibits Its triIn a short ities was twept nwny nt 4 o'clock. Th water and bade thorn good-bywealthy Uermin, ptld two dollars a mdo anil bar or In Cambria City, where were located tht tlnis I was caught by tho water and umphs, 011 tbo moit colossal scale. Tbe to ride over tho Denver Tr..f leaJIng coal firms or I'lltiburgh aud lllo Grands Is thirty-fiv- e feet turned under. Uvory ouce In a whilo I got sympathy ot tho wkolociviilrod world wilt railroad Iron engaged In shipping coil Bouth have Cambria rising. Works, yesterday. Ho wantjd to go from bo with tho pesploof Pennsylvania in tho Into a whirlpool, and mora than once aldoep and Denver to Trinidad In the shortest possiromblned, It Is sol 1, to buy cut n'l the 1 sn Idost, most striking nnd most overPennsylvania railway officials ttato tbat most lost my grip on tbe cellar-doo- r. small opernt6i nndsocur) a monopoly, by they bavo advices that over 200 deaJ ssw peoplo In tbe water ahead ot mo and whelming misfortune that over tofell a ble time, ns he had W,0JQ at stako. Ho which they can dlctato prices tocousumors bodies havo been counted floating donn all around me. Many ot them wore struck people of the Kugllsh race," Tho other paid tho company ii)) for a trip of six fiom Wbeellng to Now Orleim. stream at Johnttown alone, while all along by tbe crashing timbers and killed out- moinlng dallos refer to tho dlsaite lu n hours. la n theater at Aihlou, Kngland, during tbo lino many additional llvot bavo been right; others were so badly hurt that thoy similar strain. He Wat Oslerminsl lo Die. fell tho performance of n inolodrami, an exlott Johnttown It doscrlbed as wholly on co.Into tho wator and wore drowned al Peiio.Inii.. June 3 Oat Nolp, butchor, Potomac lOrlJjo Wrecks!. cited noiiian throw her bonnet and umtubmergod, only two houses being entiremado a fourth and Wakiiincitov, June 4. Two spins of tho sgod thirty-five- , Hoi.tVAii, Pa., June 1. At Lookport brella at Ihe "villain" on tho itage when ly nbovo tho water lino, attempt at sulci le last night Hi families aro homeless, having lost long brldgo irois'ng tho Potumnu river (InKKNsnuun, Pa., Juno 1. In order to he w as strangling one of tho cbarnctors. understand tbo nature of tho calamity It overy thing but tholr llvot. Udward Deck, bo.e buvu b.'Oii carried away by the flood. took flvo grains of morphine, from tho ef HIhi "brought down tho Iio.no " feet ot which ho diid this morning. ss Thk Japanose (iovernmint has engnged It necettary to describe tho rotpectlve lo- a young rallroador, roscuod an old a lady named Adams, of Cambria, TRANSPIRING. OF LATE. two Herman lawyers In llirlln to proceo I cations of the reservoir at Johnstonn. Heavy Lonej al Washington. and her two children by swimming out to to Toko an I refrains tho Japanese pennl Tho reservoir lies about two and apThe Hew York IVAliiiaoTO.v, Junetl Tho rising of tho utllet norlhenst of Johnstown, and Is the the houso lu which they wero Imprisoned. propriated 110,000 for Legislature has John codo to confirm to the (Joriuun Initead of monument to waters heie has eclipse I tho tlte of the old reservoir, which was ono of Cutting a hole In tbe roof and putting them Ericsson in Now Yorka City. tho French codo, ns now. mark of 1877. The loss will bi enormouk tho feeders of tho old Ponntylvanln canal. through, ho then swnm ashore with thorn, Tiiie Mormon Church ha bought n largo It Is Ihe property of wealthy men A team of four cows appeared in Hollo-vu- Borne place it at f l,0W,0O), but nc reliable In Pitts- ono at a time until all wore savod. Deck I. T., not long ago, having been driven figures oan be given until ths waters amount of land In Manitoba aid many of burgh, who formed themielvot lulo a then fell exhausted. tho saints, with thulr icks, their herds, corporation, tho title of which Is tbe Patrick Madden was nearly dend whon from Nebraska, a distance of ono thousand and allows property owners to mllos. Iholr wives, children, man servnntt ami Bouth Fork Fishing and Hunting Club. pulled from the river. Ho win In tho their buildings. Tita Now York celebration has demonAll wero maid servwits, aro leaving Utah ami Idaho This sheet of water was formerly known house of IM ward Uarvoy. strated tbo possibility ot massing; sovcuty Otnvir Brawjrlci GobMsJ, and going to tbe now promleil lund as Conemaugh Lake. It It from 200 to caught Ten minutes lator tho houso was thousand militia In Now York within fifteen his wrecked. Dexveii, Col., Juiio 3 Th Kngllsh It It proposed to ereot n monument to S foot above tho lovol of Johnttown, wero both Harvey and and brothor-ln-lahours. drowned, Madilon was syndicate, which for soma time past has tho late li P. Uis hy placing a natural being In tho mo tat lit. It Is about throe Mns. An Davis, who died. In Philadelphia been busily engaged In buying up Amerithrown Into tho Hood. "When I roso to boulder nt 101110 sultablo spot m.ir hit and a half inllut long and from a mile to a mile and a quarter In width and lu th surfaco I saw my wlfo liauglii-r- , to a a few iluya ago, had tho distinction of dying can Lroweries, have succeeded In getting N, Y , and home nt Bho let It go In tho bed in which President Wllh&m control ot Denver's tomo places It Is 100 In depth. It boldi piece of scantling. two lea ling properthe Christian Union Invites subscriptions y drowned, within Henry Harrison ox plrooi. and wat ulmoit moro wntor than any other roiorvolr, natties. Tho amount paid Is said to havo A fow hundrsd dollars will cover tho Oxa ot tha greatest Innovations In the been $3,000,0.). ural or artificial, In tho United Btntot. Tho reach ot my nrm, and I could not help A ClliCSTlit, Pa., doctor, who advl.od n lako has been quadrupled In sue by nrtlfl or savo hor, 1 caught n log and Houso of Purllumcnt Is tho Introduction of . molher to givo her chill snjo tea, far its ciai moans, ami was held In check bv a lloatou wun 11 for uvo or sixmuei, nut it n bootblack In tho Commons Plajlullt KIckeTiler Lovir. ailments, has beou suspended from tho dam from TOO to 1,030 feet wide. Its9)iwa' knocked from under mo when I wont Ho Is tho llrst of his kind. PournoY, O , Juno 3. While on County Medical Aysoclatlon for unpibfes-slona- l feet in tulckneis at th baso, and the ovor thu dam. I then caught n balo of hay Kngllsh sparrow Is credited with home from a spelling match In tho way Tub llsdtord conduct. Ilo aliould have iiiodu height Is 110 foot. Tho top has a breadth aud was taken out by Mr. Mnrourow. My having nearly exterminated tbe foreign Township Saturday nlht Mist Delia out a regular prescription and charged for of over 20 feet. Ilocognlilng tha menace wife It certainly drowned and six children citbbago worm In tho very extensive cab- Ilaker playfully kicked her companion, bage fields around Chicago. ' George which the lako had to the region below the are all mining, and I fear all aro drownit. Hutlor, 011 the thin, fracturing lb Tim Massachusetts Legislature recently bono. Whon of a man that ho wants tho Bouth Fork Club ha lth dam Inspected ed. Thoro are, without doubt fully thret To sin found that tho young thousand people lott betwoen Conomaugh passed it law, whereby tho assessors aro Is to give him credit for a good dual once a month by tho Pennsylvania earth borough and Cambridge City." Kuglnoer, and obliged to ask at overy rcslttenco for tho man could not get up sbo fainted, when Intheir of what the phrenologists call .Sutler called lustily for help, which soon Henry Ilerkert nnd door go Hlcht wore names of women desiring to voto. thowed that nothing Hut now wo hear of a Hcottlih vestigation some lest convulsion of also conspicuous auioni; tho Ufa saving Tim "Ooddoss of Liberty" on one of tho c.iine, and both wore taken homo In a laird who actually clalmi a right In the nature than would tear the barrier away and corpi, and roscuod four poople from ths flout In tho Now York contcnnlal parado wagon. whales caught In th soa which waihs Ml loosen tho wenpo 1 ot doatlu Tho InTnoallnj PoeksL Cold WalclFomJ was obsorvod to chow tobacco and steady water, . lands. value cf tho past forly-elghour vigorously, "She" was u young PiTTSiiimoM, Juni a At Avoiiuo A M Tho society mnn, Hko tlio turtle, It New Haven Hegltttr will give $100 Tin tb volume ot water In all the man hired for tbo occasion, but this fact for a properly authenticated cats whtraltl mountain streams which wer already no oonor "out of tlio swim'1 tlinn he li may not havo boen patent to till thot who tiejpostlljatoldown, and at the tip ot It wjtap.ilrot panti, In which was co4 "In th iou,)." l'uek. lb) vucutnbtr vtr did anyano harm twilltd by th littir rtlai tarltir lo tb Ylt'TtutUt rcrformiDC, taluid old watch. Tiir ruili to Paris It not nt grest ni anticipated. Drmi It now told In Now York City by Hi pound. Qu.f Victoria hat juit pataed her seventieth birthday. t The International Salt Trust tint been substantially loinpletoL, A a to ikii man has n bat which lie captured m few days ago. Alhasv, (la., rejoices In th posiostlon of a d alligator. Tunis are 1M applicant for on Consular place In Smith America, Colonel lNtmiioLt,'.law r ct!c It tald toUUr him V'oi'Os ynr. Mohe than Si.tOJ.oW arret of American lOU belong to aliens. I ill if.. Ilm iiiiii.ai.iii J purila has ixptured w r! The Greatest Disaster America lias Ever Known.; , Waterspout ; three-legge- 9 ifnow, Aiot . alt ,et, a. l. corn-prob- ably From the beit Information ob. tslnd at this time It Is evident that something In tho nature of a cloud-burmutt have boen tho culmination of the ttroggl of tho water against the ombnnkment. Th oourso of tho torrent from tho broken dam at the foot of the lako to Johnstown Is olinoit eighteen tnlles, and, with tho exception of at one point, tht 1 wntor potted through a narrow, valley, Four mllei below tho dam lay tbe town of Mouth Fork, where tli4 Bouth Fork Itself empties Into Conemaugh river. Tho town contained about 3,000 Inhabitants. Ithasnot been heard from, but His said that of It hai been swopt away. Four mlloi further down, on Conemaugh river, which runs parallel with tho main Hue of tht Pennsylvania railroad, wai tho town of Mineral Point It had 800 Inhabitants, l percent of tho houioj bolng on a flat clots to tho river. It looms linpo..ll.le at this time to hope that any of them bavo ei caped. A dlatano of six milts further down was tho town of Conemaugh, and her alone wae there a topographical po. adtug or the flood and ilblllty at tha the breaking of. Its fore. It 2,50) Inhabitants, aai must be) almost wholly devastated. Woodvalo. with 2.0J0 peoplo. lay a mile , below Conemaugh In and otiomll further down where Johnstown and Its cluster of sister town. Cambria City and Conemaugh borough, with a total population of 80,000. On made ground and stretcbaJ along right at the river verge wero the Immense iron works of tho Cam, brla Iron and Hteol Coiutmnr. which has O,W,TO0 Invested In their plant isosiuet this there are many other largo Industrial otlabiiinments on tbe bank 01 tho riser, bow badly damaged can not ho estimated. At 11 p. m. a railroad man says tho lots of life will reach hundreds ami possibly ovor a thousand. Tbe report of tho losses of theso towns above can not yet bo convroek. st four-flfttho-flat- SOCIAL DUTIES fJNSEA' less Intinllr or Jlnnf nf the .Surviving Dei'.l lulo HnfTerrrs Jtoney I.on Will Itcacli Forty .Million Dollars. j Aboorblng tho Tlmo of tho Samoa Commlselonora. They Are Kept Ouiy Attending; Dinner and neilons Hew the News paper Men Are Working; In Mel Wabab rainfall la' throughout Benton Ha natl. Wa fell this Bnow is ! all Fl'er. lneof Know In 1,1,11 11m. for two davs. l ben prevailing beavl-s- Af 810 Itlveranil Drowned. IheClneln-Mgsnralls-A- " "" the Mine. tpthoftlxlncliesi MWhl t other placet. fell DMVily .. n v. row. rrj hill JmB JtSmi'i y, .i oof-fi- P.tts-burg- h. schcul-hous- to 11 rl. - In addition to tho bard June work which tha American Commissioner to the Bamoan Conference lay out for th;s:tlTos each day, thty at ublla-e- to give up comlderab! tlrr.J to social dotle In tho gay Qerman Capital, and ovary night when they art not entertaining guettt at their rooms at the Kalserbot, they are tur to be at tome dinner gives In tbelr honor by some distinguished resident ot Berlin. During tbe past week two notable dinners wer given for them the first on Wednesday by Blr Edward Malet, the English Em. basaador, and th bthsv.cn Ffidaytnlghl wnensjoum vest aomera, nttrtjrwe-man Secretariat of Btat, gar tbem af banquet which for menu, wines arid char acterof Its guest it, said never to bar been equaled In Berlin. Tho wines were ot the rarest vintage, and, Indeed, mostot them are unpurcbatable now. Among th cueita wero Count Waldertaa (Von Molt, ke's tucconor), Count Von Wedell, ths Emperor's AM, Mr. William Walter Phelps, Mr. Kasson, Count Eulenberg and many other representatives ot political and so. clal rank. Count Von Holsteln visited tb United States tomo thirty years ago and wat then to kindly received by frlsndt of Mr. Phelps that ho has boon most lavish la his hospitality here to tbat gentleman and hit oolleagues during their stay. Tb American delegation occupied an entire floor of tbe Kaiierhof Hotel. Each member hat bis private bedroom and working-rooadjoining, and In the center of th suit Is a large and handsomely furnished room which during tbe day It uted at reception room for formal visitors, and la tb evening as a common dining-rooTbs work-rooot each Commissioner Is besieged day and night by newspapermen representing London and American journals, but thus far tbelr success In getting newt of the proceedings of tho commission hat been confined to what thoy have been able to get in the form ot indignant denial from tho German officials. Their method has been to 'concoct some story which, It true, would bo so Injurious to German Interests that the Qerman commissioners bavo felt compelled to deny Is, and this denial generally forms ths basli of voluminous dli patches. .j, 1. d m Bcnu-- , PlVtJ dayl eat ., Ued.lsvat "ny, I ana contin-tto- wr with. Day services WlSJsUO.1 s W.-l- UIn ' t era ay hourCbtstf&i . WIHt;i "M hai fallen Irst forty, elcht now j form yai. It;bve had nearly nu ranch dainagj rala'of, y men til j, again by India. lr ' Jl -- Tho farly,yoitryr constant - snow-fal- l, lis. wbiou was succeeded r. In At BcuVcratt IhV snow Is four Inches doop and it U tallltig. while at Portland and Flint ths avtrage depth Is two Inches, but ow lug to almost a hurrless It has drifted ta a much greater depth. Tbe damag to crops li very great Fiona, May 3X Heavy rains bavo fallen for fifty hours In Central Illinois. At Oattna tbore wat a damaging frost latt night blighting Heidi ot corn and blasting fruit trot. Ciietbotosm, Mich., May 81. It frozo bard here Tuesday night, Ice forming an eighth of an Inch thick. Eirly vegetable and tenter plants wore killed and fruit Ueej badly nlppjJ by tbe frost 31. m sery heavy. Detroit, May Ic. The rainfall In tVns sect'd-nwa- i tinr The La'r family, living In Mercer Coun ty, contains some excellent material for Germany's famous First Ileglment of the Ouard. Thofalhsr li six tet twolnchet In height, the motler six feet thiea. Tho tallest ct tbe seven sons stretches the tap measure to six feet e'ght Inches; the lowest runs It out lo tlx feet four. Tho combined height of tbo ttalwatt family ot nine Is fifty. n!n f.et one and incbot. Tiitf follcw'ng pensions for Kentucklans were granted a few days "agot Origlnat Inval Gaum, Hamnel Patrick, Hanart Horstinnn, tSdmqnd O, llanous. Increase-Jo- hn E Walten.Jobn IL Too. J. McUueen. Ausustua Miles. I Jackson O. Dorr. Hstssue and Incvea" -- nun nirong. uriginal Widows, tc, Nar- - , one-ha- lf Ka-me- y. a'ndmlrlcW Widow, Helssuo Kill-- . J owned tho m Nancy J., widow of v IVV Tiie Fayette County court of claims ad- other day, afur a thirteen days ..esiloii. Ihs county levy was elghty-sl-'t- a scvosty-st- s BUILDINO COLLAPSES, the Workmen In Its Halm five (Shocking Accident at Idves Last by Danville, Virginia, Danville, Va., May 31. A terrible accident occurred here yesWday. J. O. Penn was building a large brick tobacco factory on Bridge street nearly M0 feet long and six stories high. The wall had been completed and carpenters wero at work on It Tbo wind was blowing bard, and about 2 o'clock this afternoon tbe entire building came down with n crash. Robert Prultt, Wm. Young, O. U. Jones, Buck Hooper and D. N. Collie were k lie I. Henry Oskes will die, and six others wero badly Injured. Biveral men were buned In tbe ruins, and a considerable tlmo lapsed before they wore extricate!. m. During Hajmarkct Moaumant UmlleJ. ft 1 o iii.i. I 1 allr ot-t- ua "0iJ3 - tTi .,.k.,.u.mu,.u,7,uM, bt F&rdc-strlcke- n b.-e-n Chicago, May 31. At 1 o'clock yestei-da- y Cronln't Clothing Found. afterncoi tho memorial monument Ciiicaoo, Juns 1. Dr. Cronin's clothing hat boen found, and another link forged erected by citizens In honor ot tbe poll' who wore killo 1 by nn Anarchist In tho chain of evldvine that surrounds the murder. The first clue was obtained bomb In tbo Haymnrket riot on Mny 4, 1680, was unvolleJ. Th9 ceiomonles were by the finding of tho drawers by Bol and Eddie Bresch, two little boys Vry simple. The monument consists of a ot Lake View. Louis Ilamberger, tbe eighteen-year-ol- d brother ot the first named Ind, then notified tbe police, Bchuet-tie- r and conducting Lieutenant 1 to the mouth ot the Fifty-ninttah L .A a street sewer, instituted a search which re jawisTv " suited lu the unearthing ot the physician's sra mi mh4lA.tj nxales fiftes. fcur,,j toot uader Kroau.VnZti,a by probing In tbe sand I only discovered .licks. Tbo shirt hero tbo wlU ,h nam of the unfortunate doctor, and tb otber articles were readily recognized at portions of his apparel. The pant in placet wero deeply stalnod with blojd. Dr. Horn-bergh 7'i 1 orr 1 hr ls, 1 1 Bat-unl- r J ft d 1 Crushed by a Falling Trio. New Oulkans, June L Wednetday evening, during a ttorm on Rid Bayou, la DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, a red oak trcl was blown over, and, falling 011 tht dwelling of Joe Haffela, closo behind, It orusbed the bouse and killed or woundod six persons. Jrs. Hafjfela; a daughter, Octana, aged 17; a son, Felix, aged 11; a son, Evans, agoi 4, and William, If months old, wero all ciushed to death. The eldest son, Joseph, was wounds I severely, but not fatally, by tbe splinters, while Joseph, sr., the bead ot the family, who was lying sick In bed, wai the only momber of tbe family who oicaped unln- Jured. j. . . CanaJa Ponlei Up. Ottawa, June L The Canad"an govern-mewill have to pay Ca.'italn Allan, owner of the American ship llrldgewater, $23,090 damages, sustnlnt'd through tho illegal seizure of his lenet by the Canadian customs authorities. This Is not all, either. Ten chances to one the Canadian authorities will have to tender an apology lo tho United Htnto for an Insult iffered to the stars and stripes on boar I tha Brldgewatcr while under se'zura ut , N. 8. ut Bhel-bours- e, f I ..vt .'.HliI t 5.JM I I pedestal surm anted b a bronze statu ot a policeman In uniform, nf hero 0 nil". Tbo statue Is ths work of Mr. J. J. Gelert,i Chicago rculptor. Tbe momorlal standi upon thesoene of tbe riot at th) intersection of Desptnlnet and Weit Itandolpli streets, and Is somilMng over twenty feet lu height. Ccuntsrl:Go!3 C3I1. WAirnLoo, Ia., May 3L For soins tlmi gold plecei past counterfeit havo been In circulation In different parts ot tbe State. The piece j appeared to lo ot the coinage of 1W4 and their appearance was perfect rxctpt that tboy wero Yesterday a mai wat light weight caught pasting one, and wat l.ttor arrested, nt Li Porto, la. On being searched, $ was found ol his la bogus gold person, A Demand 01 Franc 3. Wash-Ingto- CAUt-SE- 111 11 Buper-Intemle- nt Boodler McGarlalo Gives Hlmsell Up. June 1, W. J. MiGarigle, ot the Cook Count Hospital, who has been a fugitive from justice, under Indictment as oae ot ths "boodlers" In ths county ring, living for somo t'mo In Ilsuf, CniCAQO, 's wo-taa- . uj Cone-uiaug- one-ha- lt high-wat- er sub-ild- oi 11 11 11 Cornnnll-ou-Hudio- oit cloak-room- av Hall-roa- d acquis-Itlvonos- nilgut n New Yobk, May 31, The Herald correipondent telegraph tbat Secretary Blaine yetterday sent a long cablegram to Minister itil I, at Paris, demanding an Immediate Investigation ut the matter of the arrest and alleged British Columbia, walked Into Judgo Shop-ardot three Now York ladles at court room shortly before noon toFranco, and Insisting upon au ample ago. hn greatly crcltii ths psiplsof that day and dellvored blraielf up. He was at apology. city. Mr. Constans shotlagu Is fixed at s once takon to tho ofilco ot tb State's attorI3l.0l7.fil and that ot McClure at $',071.30. ney- , Iron Discovered h Oklahoma. M Iljnch wern isud for St. Lqcxs, May 31. Dispatches from of bothwisintiiU but Mr. Constans ths arrest rrojl in Alabama. parties, Immediof rich Iron Bmui.NoiiAU, Ala., Juno L Tho weather Oklahoma report tbe finding Guthrie, The ately upon learning ot tbo Indictment., horo yestjrday morning was tbo coldest mines a short distance from against him, surrenderoi himself to to-y and probably ever known In this section at this ore la saidsixty-fiv- e vary and hit ball was fixed at $15,. per cent ot Iron. A 000, He was in the custody ot tho offot tho year. Light frosts contains be sank toa'on at once. shaft will icials on I evory opportunity was given aro reported at tovoral polntt near him to furnish the bond, Mr. McCluro's tho cl.y, and crops are Injured slightMexico Has a Dliatlrsus Flool. ly, Tbo tbermomttsr registered thirty-eigCity or MixiO", Mny 81 Via Uolvaj. bond was fixed at 2,000. Wm. G hah a young man living near dsgreot at polntt In tbe city at day- ton. Heavy storms ot rain and hall at " Hueatjutla bavo canted tbo rlvor to Inun- Concord, Lewis County, accidentally shot light this raornlug. . date that town, drowning many ptraoni blmsstt In tbe head while handling a pisSamoan Conlerence. away many houtei tol, causing death In a fow hours, aud cattle, IjEnu.N, June 1. Tbe Bamoan conference and doitroylng crop'. Ixvian Coi'MY Democrats have selected will not meet again for several days. I'ho Dr. It. N. lleauchamp as their candidate Bamum's Suoonnr. Commissioners hav agreed to tha questor Representative in tha next Legislature. tions at Usue, and havo drawn up a pro. New Uavev, Ct., May '31 Congress-ma- n Tue administrators nt Nolan Elniund-totocol. This has boen telegraphed to tho Carlos French has been elouttl a recently killed by an L, aud N. train, govtnments Interested, and It Is expected member of the National Democratic Comnear lluisellvllle, bavo lllo I tult there for tbat replies will be received by wire. On mittee to represent this State In place ot JC5 000 damages. Vm. IL B.irnum, deceated. i their arrival a formal sitting will behold. The new Christian Church at Leesburg, .vat dedicated tbo otber Sunday, about Estimated Public Debt Decrease. For Lite. four thousand peoplo being present , La., May 31. In tho disWasiiinotox, June 1. It Is eitlmated SnnEYltt-onTllns. Heniiy Waoooneii, wlfo of a tho Treasury Department that then has trict court Walter Douglas and J ike Bergat wealthy Union County farnur, ate a a decrease ot 48.003,00) In the publlo man, two men convicted of murdering Juo, hearty dinner n few days ago, and roso been debt during tbe menth of May, notwithDlcklnion recently, were sentonod to tbs laughing from tbe table, when sbo suddenstanding tbo disbursement ot nearly penitentiary for life. ly fell to tho tlcor and instantly expired. during tbo mouth on account ot Supposed to have been heart disease. Rallroaliri Fatally Hurl. pensions. The Treasury surplus Is now At Lexington, the cat against Thomas BfCKEYU.TrNx, May3U In a freight O'Brien, Jr charged with the murder ot stated at 31,000,000. train collltlo.i here, Engineer Win. llojnrt Hatty Shea, was continued until Juue 7. ChrlsltnTnrj atthi While House. and Fireman John Hammond wore fatally John 1(kki, John Nelson, Walker Head, Waiiiinuton, June 1. lbo President's Injured. Wm. Thomas and James Bnodgrasi vera granddaughter, Mary Lodge McKee, wat al rested and taken to Frankfort by a Drainage Bill SlgieJ. christened at tbo White House by her Jeputy man bal the otbor day, and lodged Hav. Dr. Scott In tbe III,, May 31 GoverBpiu.varir.l.u, In jail ns moonshiners. They will b tried presence of tba family, the mombors of th nor Flfer hai ilgued tbe Chlcajr, drainage by the U. B. Court J Cabinet aud Geuoral and Mrs. Williams. bill E. I. K. HaiiDIN has beja nominated by the Democrats of McLean County for Susptctel el ai Awlul DssJ. Decision Against Chewing Gum. Representative In the House ot the nxt NoiirotK, Va., Miy 31. From parties General Assembly. Fur tbe Senato tho Wasiiinoto.'s, Juue 1. Acting Secretary uelgbborbool cf tho recent lire In Tlcheiier has Informed the Surveyor ot from Un county's choice was Jop. C. Jonsou. Customs at Memphis that chewing gum, Prlucess Ann County, by whlah Uiv. V, Colo.nklGeo. H. Davisov, collector for three of Ills children nil lis Clarke, manufactured from Imported Moxlcau has mailed bis resignabumel to death. It Is learned the Sixth District chicle and balsam tulu and domostlo sugar, lileeo were Washington, to take effect upon tho feeling existi that ths lire was of tion to Is not entitled to a drawback under tb tbat n appointment aud qualification ot his suclaw because ot tbe presence of domestic Incendiary origin, th person tiitpictid cessor. being a colo ill mai who lived 011 the material, Leo Cochran, aged elghteeu years, was . form. probably fatally shot by Uobuit Colo, a Heavy Frost In Illinois. constuble, at Croislaud, the other night Killed l a Cclans, Galena, III, Jun 1. A bavy whlto Cocbrah was nttemptlng to cicaptfrom Jl. Milt a CLKMKTi,KAS,Ma. frost visited this seotlon ytiUrday mornthe oilier, who had him under arrest for ing. Corn lu low ground wat blasted to afaruur, wai Col lied alter th V lb iprout, and all kind ot Itudor trull wlfi an I torn carrying a p'ltol a oycbi, shooting, killed, Tb damage It vjjry isrloui. badly Injnrtl Men-ton- e, cents on tho hundred do'lars. A committee was appointed to icport ot tto advisability of Luilllrn- - a new jalL The lait rait' on tho Frankfort and Georgetown division of tho Kentucky Midland railwi.y was laid May 23. Tub body of Uoliert Allen, who was drowned near Llttlo Hickman, has been recovered. d An child tell outot a secend-stor- y window at Nlcholasvllte. It may recover. The Eastern Kentucky Mlnlngand Lumber Company, with a capital of 100,000, has been Incorporated. Paris Is Its headquarters, i EiauTY-riVuuxdiikii dollars have been subsc. Ibid at Paris for water-worpurposes. It Is said that an English syndicate Is after the Kentucky distilleries. Miss Lema Hauiltox hat brought suit for U5.00J against J. J.Shackleford for alleged brec'J of promise. Both are prominent In social circles at Maysville. WniLE Joseph Roberts and his son were seeking sholtcr from tho storm In Shelby County, a few days ago, a tree fell and crushed U brts to death. Tbe boy was also injured, but escaped with l) is life. At Versailles Po Ice O'llcer Al Curtis, chargod wltb tbo killing ot George Dawson on May 9, bad an examining trial before Judgo Parrish and was bound over to circuit court in tbo sum ot f iOO to answer the charge of manslaughter. The following tourin-clas- s postmasters were appointed tho other day for Kentucky: J. H. Patrick, Bloomtngton, Magoffin County, vice John Frankl.n, removed. Ed Callahan, Crocketsvllle, Breathitt County, viol Jar. G. Draton, removed! W. H. Young, Falkland, JefTorson County, vice Wm. C. Couper, resigned. Mrs. N. J. Kate Iff, Pomeroytou, Menlfeo County, vice W. C Cation, removed. A. J. Kim-bre- l, Utchtanglo, C arte County, lcedc ) PreWicK . 'tm umrmmmm ""Cai-taiJames A. Aixa.x died at his retldenco In Paris, tho other evening. aged sixty years. Ilia death was tbo result of a wound resolved at tbe battle of Chlckamaugn, from which bo had suffered for years. He was a Lieutenant In the Orphans Brlrnde." Mil G. i Settle, an old and esteemed cltiz:n of Horse Cave, died suddenly of benrt disease tbe other afternoon. During a severe thunder storm, the otber morning, the largo flouring mlllof J, D. Carroll & Co., at Adalrville, was struck by lightning anil caught tiro and burned completely lo the ground. Th mill was a very line one. The loss Is estimated at $15,000, with $12,000 Insurance. The Keutucy Homeopathic Society was In sesskn at Lexington, a few days ago. Tbe following officers were elected: President, A. L. Monroe, Louisville; J. A. Vansant, Mt Sterling; secretary, E. B. Johns, Danville; treasurer, M. D lis, Carlisle; board ot censors, J. A. Lucy, J. F. EJgnr, O. II. Buck. At Covmglon, Jacob itsura got judgment against Hie Kentucky Central d fur ;75 damages. The plaintiff was knocked rft a car. At Munay City two brothers, named Downcs, aged thirteen and fifteen, were playing with a pistol, when the weapon, was discharged, nitoring the broJi of th younger and killing him almost Instantly. A movement Is on foot to start anatlonal tank at Pembroke, Christian County. Thirty thousand dollars hat boen subscribed already, and ths bank will probably bo organized. Woodward County Democrats have nominated Samuel II. Bbousoas their candidate for Ueprotontatlvo in tbo next . Legislature. The Indictment of Louis Constans, for embeizlemont and Clerk Wm. F. McCluro, on a similar charge, by tbo grand jury In Newport, a few days elghteen-mcntbi-olE m x nt rail-loa- .n y b ht ... a, n, -- j r, 1 1 k'l'Ig.iay I"' If K. . JSSk '. -"- .. DMiMaataVsJUKM . wtn.rs-y'- w VyV1 4 wmdM it ,i.im " i . V iwHWrti'mi'wuirtii ( . i BEK3 BBH9 IS y i y 3F5LE303ES3:-VX3?a-C3r 3NTO"Vr X'2S S 1 ill new and elegant, cmbrnciiigull tlio New Novelties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, Embroideries, Bended Wraps, Laces, Gloves and Hosiery. These goods were bought for the cash down, and at the very lowest prions. My stock is the largest and iincst in Hickman all Beautiful, Reliable and Substantial Goods, and the yr .JS abi O'HANAN MAONIPIOENT t .A. n -- TOP iffcfET 'WLBE IEIi G" JSTOOKL O 3F ft SOC!. ! :- m Call r Thankful for past patronage, Illiopc for a continuance of the immense trade that -3- le ry leer la t eg t I luive enjoyed TgoTJ. -- pa s in the past. 7 i o 9 s. Goods and (lie Very Lowest Prices!" will be my motto. j&$3 a,xxd See, -- bliol5L 91A1S11IED. yill oertamly Buy rrr "First-clas- s - THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., PUinAV, Aiding ftaMJBiisTt-rc- A FEW THOUGHTS Amersutler-Insa- t rf X titer are but few Una enaoleJ lie J cn. It wan the, moil fearful Jisaater by man that glvea aMllfacllon anJ equal Id the liiMorT ofJlhc' oonnlrr. and th t nil. nut the object Is, or thouM tusllc. COMPANIES COMPANIES Tub Shorman Manufacturing nation atand piaHe I More iJ.c ruin and be, to do the mom roou 10 me largest num- - alncoWo linvo onjoyod a flno tndo wo opened hero, and if c!Ve Uompauy, makorB of inaclilnory Ht ursoiauon, 1101L1KM11 lUckaitDLLu. liin llui. haa eomt. lo thl liroerei in winetiiTwtWllli"' iliafWJ3WrTTifj,Te gge, when a great many Iblnk Ihia la prices, gnodJowolry and Urst-cIisREPRESENTED: ,lnccnon,Temiv Im loBt- - Its plant own UmtK REPRESENTED: wcr""rtknilh yellow feer not tue caao as rearJa our pubiio road work will keep it, wo nro Biro to i'jmntG'. 14 rooiI people from every law, helloTinic I ho re it a hardship reeling hold our trade. t,'(Jfml5, UuciC lUos. liberally lo the call of on the many, whereby the letser number Most of the large wholesale dry v lit re rearonileJ now aBOallVaLaalaalS anil distress numgoods houses in Now York "il humanity, HloVniau that ihs MiouM con-U are benefitted, and that the I people elsewlicre, ber are not benefitted to the extent they nxJHP r)Kkv employ only salesmen who can tribute llielr mill Some aay that our might be by havin; it belter Ian and belMUTUAL Plc;k Geruuui. At Rural Academy, PWtrlcl . 10. One contributions would necsiiirily bo ao email, ter road, though it is not my purpoou to of I he best localities for a na'ool In the in comparison "ith 'lie munificent don dliousrf tbeao qucations here. of Hartford. OF NEW YOKK, techct'a resRepairing flno n'atchoa a liona from larier cities, that it would be Aaida from our pre.enl road law, aome county. Good insignificant, but no miller, we shall feel State, and parla thereof, bare a mixed idence and 6 acres of laud. specialty. All work guaranteed. Apply lo the Trustee?, Tho largest Financial nil the better far d J.i; wfcat wo ecu. ayaiein, by part tax and part Individual Bock UioR. It. V. McOSXKLU labor, to keep up their roada. Thin, also, Institution in tlio K. C. CArTKll, AH Dress Goods Included in li round to be objectionable. We find that II I BERN I A, World. Pennsylvania, at ita recent jiine7-4McMJlilUY. J. 011J there are yet oihcr Slates, and eountlra election, voted down the proposed the Maxwell sale to bo pushed whereby of prohibition nmrudinent to her tho market regardless of cost. A thereof, havine lawe by taxationthey work their roads entirely and the great many good 6tylcs in tho line. contract plan, thereby hating a uniform constitution by a largo majority. Cull and cxamino them. New Orleans). INSUIIAKOK COM- system nith les complication and belter Haltzkb & Shaw. j'oad than where olher laws prevail. Farmers fn various sections I will pay a Iteward of OKr UUNDHKD to what I wlah lo eay, More of the State have reported tho PASY OF DOLLARS for Die arrest act conviction loY. World tlntls some Fulton county has 130 mile of publlo of the person or person win went to my of seventeen-yea- r Tin: roadx. As a basis of our calculation nil! custs. Already vegetation is OAKLAND HOME, 'crj' instructive features in recent pot It at ICO miles, iwhlch perhapa we family cemetery and maliclotily broke tae NORTH AMERICA, to enffer. events in the East, as for Instance: should hate). We par taxea on near hingea oU the iron tops wlibh rover ike the at 10c per $100 would make iron boxes in which law ho is attached "The failure of the Alraj (woolen! Manof of Philadelphia. in pipes. The IUltzeu & Shaw, to closo ufacturing Company, of Philadelphia, is f 2 COO, which divided by 150 leaves SIG.GGJ lo the from the Statutes, audi cases, as is as follow; Maxwell 6tock of Clothing, credited 10 the condoned high tariff on per annum for each mile of roid, Ihla taken out tho Oakland, Cal. "Any person "ho shall wilfully mutilate will sell you a suit regardless of wool. The other day a gUia factory of money to b uied by the county court for Ihe groves, monuments, fence, ahrubbtry, fifty years' standing wai closed in Masen keeping up publlo roal?, aaid court acting cost. ornaments, eiounds. buildinte. or any- . . . . chusetts because it had to go to PennsylHI'VULII or vj a commisitoner, or, other f .a,,, cemetery, or piw vania for its coal instead of getting It laid wlee, by contracting with the lowest and I log aPl"ft'""'g t The Mailisouvillo f lustier raises down at much less cewt from Xova Seotia. best bidder, annually, to keep up eald ever or removing any ornameats, O A L I F O It N I A , of Hartford. shrubbery or flowers plared cit gravel er to its masthead tho names of Similarly almost the la- or the New Eng- roads. than lot, Grovcr Cleveland for President land iron works lias been protected out of I would augcesl (hat the county buy two more shall be fined not lessdollars, ten acr or Imthan one hundred of e Kven in Pennsylvania in '02, Jas. A. Mclvenzie for Son existence. road scrapers. They ost about Mr. or firm on Saturday announced a $100 each, and are raid to do the work of prisonment not to exceed six "months, rentor and Wm. J. titono for Gov. Carnegie's may decide Tbla scaling lo the extent of "0 per cent, on from 50 to 100 men with hoes and shovels both, as a jur b'au Francisco. GERMAN -- AMERICAN, ernor. After a road I put in proper condition, it ward holds good for 12 months from tils the wagrs of his workmen." dale. The law will be rigidly enlotced is claimed, they will uork from two to five Tub story is going tho rounds The World draws tho moral from without favor, fear or partUlily. 1 am only C. II. lIUUDAItD. that Gov. Hill was hissed at tho these occurrences that events of miles per day. But for the firstmaking and on a 10c tax year, May 3t, 1889-- 2.T ilnaitrllitinn Democratic banquet in Now York.! this ... ............ t(urA fiOAMl--!iof Now York. it a. m"v mne I'cr uy . Jor eacu ........ ..l.I.k ...i. ..v. is positively nmrmed and as with much frequency just nt pres ......!.: "j days to work one half the roais. It C'O.TIMI.SSIOSKK'S positively denied. Gov. Hill has ent, and they are so instructive of !. it is a pity that wo do not requires two men and four horses 10 run lost ground, apparently. .one and two men and four borea have a general election this year." Uiiun7 FIREMAN'S FUND, Manchester, England. the necessary plowing. Don't fall to sen tho Watches " "' J,stlmal-- 1 boma say one plow tssumclenl. -I soil for Fivo Dollars. l5nngyour Watches, Clocks, (in? each man and epan of horses to be of San Francisco. nURLlNOAME. Jewelry, &c, that need repairing, worth S3 00 per day, would make $12.00 . npl2 to Bob Duck, opposite Mil Sliaw'n ?r "V ',r 'he oulht, or JOW for working In pntiatat. of a Icr.e at tti Circuit Court of RehftHe Undcrariline the I'ullM Suit, Iht '.(li Clnslt nl DLiritl .t JlAJ. T. 15. Edginton, nn old grocery, ut liuck IJPrs'. and ho jso very Lowest s'V6W u $1,806 leave, a Krntacky, nn.lw-- tit at ttrm, SHI. In lb 0 It. Fodoral soldier, displcasod his col- will reimir tlicni na . Urst-cas-.. .1... 1. 1. . ., ,....... Ul c- -, ... PENNSYLVANIA, Tho InrgCNt Accident Coupair, uitiliii, IW. 1111 iuuuui fcil, uuri action of M. 0. h.lun ored audience Sunday in a speech workman should. np20 the roids are put in proper condition (hat egmel.la.at.. a:alut J. If. u4 J. (! Company in THIS AGENCY, CAPITAL REPRES INSURANCE delivered at tho decoration of " 5(-r- r tar of Go on 5100 will keen them iu Wlitloc. dtf.ud.au, I will en MUXDAY. JLN 1 America. of Philadelphia. u this could i.n suppli irravos nt Mompliln, liolny roundly lu ".5ilK.Ti,:WM,,aleT::.V.V." I r.1er. Any ..... T '. Jiissod for rebuking thoso seeking Ti.lng. 1'H'lui.lllj " up till. mX? jtlti ihopiu-J.- menieii iiy Increasing (ho eounly levy to Iwi. Ib IlltKBMii. Krntatkr. mil Iu tti. Mtbr.l WJ r. uit 2tt.illd.nl $3 00 inscead of $2 CO, whleh, after taking ilcr, oaaertilit utJour.nJ .IjUt month., lli.ful-4lto ralso raco issues and array Jrct -ilia; l'juucaji trascitse. ody of live ueimqiient, viouu make some OKrlUO pnifilr, lit- Tht lot vf Ua-- I blacks against whites for political and enlerprliliiir clliioi)n.h .tenentpro ou S740. Thoe who havo taken any nolico docriWJ anJ knasn opu th. u,p ur )Ug of (Ml ends. Tho gathering camo near perily and rplenJid fu- - or our publlo roaJ know tbey ara in an lllcku.a u tli Lut tail Iwtof Lot tOI, t..jlUr for the breaking up in a row. lure fully attest, and became of Ihls. Ibo unsatisfactory esndition, in mny places ilh all and .Incul.r Hi tfu,innU anJ lulUloi Couatta, as a country cousin, heartily re- - j 'bey hare washed down until they arc less Ihtrton, and Ihe richl. nJ i'purlo.nc. HICKMAN, KY. Oi'fick in Bank IU'ii.pinu, the legal width, with a high S. Rrown, ioleeth; but the Standard will pardon Ihe than son of ttonf lug , mud th. n.chtu.r ttircln lor It.. on lirowti, of Tennessee, and CousuR in stating a plain (act, apparent bankand either side, and tie farmers' fenc-t- o ui.auf.ctar. ol ic( vLlch m.fl.olJ .t.r.tlv 'nK P & II. rotd, all of InlereitM, Iteadiug Clerk of tho National that isIhe friendscity Ihe l'aducahhts and into Ibe more or less of their fields falling without viaterUI Injnrjr to that Ihe road. of never J or u ma:h of IL iruixitx atoi.Ml-- a. u.r II. UCCHANAN, J'rttl. C. BALTZUU, V, I'rttt. It. U ALKXA.NUKU Cuthl House of Itcprcsontatives, was exhibited the Interest and encouragement I have heard it suggested that the lax Iliocoro'!lonli to FURNITURE, I FURNITURE. over and killed in East Nash-vill- to ths Padueah & Hickman rallroaJ that raid by each district be used therein, fjr prlDdpal, t.Im Ih. amount li.. j run lattrnt asj ct, aasssttss la all u Sunday morning by a switch its importance should demant. True. 'Would not (hat plan destroy uniformity about the um ol four Thvuuad On. UuuJrrd pvl many of Ihe live, progressive rasa of I'a and add complications? Aa hinted at in Ur. (11,100). train. Ho had been out all night, road favored it, precisely ai such there cannot and losing his way, sat down on ducah favor any railroad or anytMog men the outset, house at every be a public All The purchuor wlllb. r.iulrfcj la li. Hon.I llh roan' door. would , that and school ll tho track, where ho was seen by would benefit (heir city and country; and, those who want "corner Iota" have to pay .ppror.U cutilj-- li J. H. Tapjrur, Cl.rk offrom cent, Court .fnnl,l, be.rtuf iDlcrcat .1 tho engineer too lato to save his true enough, they voted $00,000 aid. but more and be taxed higher for the owning dtj of i.l., lmlot force of rrpUtln bond, on hltb IN DEALEHS the voted aid was hampered by requiring of them. The price of tilings acts as a eiccullon m.7 l.n. wh.n due. life. tbe company to build machine shops at kind of equaliser. Till, Atb d.jr of M.jr, 1S9. Buck Bros have- Watches as that place, and olher condition, which, If I have only Incidentally spoken of the C.MrrtLL & WiieiLri, Attornej.. accepted In good faith, would cost the need of n law in accordance with tbe cheap as $2.00. J. C. rLOLT.XUT, Ccaralulsscr. company quite a sum for the privilege of above, and leave, details for others to do wish. A CELEitUATiON, comprising running into Paduoah. And,iu worse still, should theyItespeotfulty, Ileins regularly ornanlil and readr for businsM, we respectfully solicit " a position thoso of 1'aducah, threo Amoricaa North, Central there are their altitude fell, who are actYT. n. KENNADY. of all. Allcolllrclloos made for diolitor frra of chaige. AIT'O'"! Iu make and South will bo hold at snmn ually hostile to the Paducah & Hickman if JC33N'rUCICY, HICKMAN, running llrre or four ruoolhs, dlscotmlrd at lL point iu tho United States in 1802, It In to haie a connecComo to Buck Bros., to get rate of per cent, per annum. in commemoration of tho discov- tion at Hickman, because they conceive your eyo fitted oorroctly with AltE OFFEItlNO all Krades of Plain, Medium and Fine Furnlturs at greatly ery of this country by Columbus such a connection inimical to an already spoctaclou nnd eyo glasses of all reduced prices. Wc carry a fall line, at all times, of in 14i)2. A thrifty exchango figur- established railrovt. beIn other worda, that kinds. A fall and completo stook it WASUSTANDS, WARDROBES' CHAIRS, ROCKERS, TAIiLES. IWREAVS, . dckuid indirectly, helping ihe people ....... . es that tho event will draw 5,000,-00- 0 lu would, n lajiuiroiKur iw (i l.n .... II..I....1. of gold, silver, nickel, stool ..tfA.M no uc i,uvii II. IUJCHASAK. O. HAI.T7.EU. It. M. ALEXANDER. J.M. KEED. CHAMBER SETS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, tfc, foreigners to tho United 2. Ml. i,oiiI road, it atiucas U "liulnU-ed- " frames and pebblo lens. J. W. COWaiLL. W. C. JOIIN80N J. W. ALEXANDER. as a railroad point, and don't want And we guarantee our prices to bo the lowest. Give us a trial and bv convinced, States to spend an nverago of any new onea for fear (hey might comMr. Barrett, tho nomineo of $500 each $2,500,000,000. tff We are headquarters on UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, ami discount all ecaspo pete, even remotely, with one of her pres- (lie late H itiblican Stale Convention for tilion Id this line. Wi carry a large line of Wooden and Metallic Kurial Casta. ones, then It ia uaelcs lo hold out the dint T.A..I.M ifnltnaj In afratt ilia fin. t& Impairing and Job Work a specially. Tub rittsburg Post remarks: ent eIjliborlBg points of pleatunl delusion niwine JUJUXl ''More reductions iu wages linvo a probable railroad(oconnection. Hickman, ,n,ue.,uepublieantlmt the probable election candidate would force of ho boon posted by the protected iron only about as large as Pdu. , im ,0 MANUFAOTUKF.US OF THK CF.LEHIUTED nfeect hi, chosen profession. The manufacturers about this citv. cab, voted 5U,000lo the I aJueab 4 Ulck- - , real M,e 10 douU j, ,blll j,e ,tela to raan wMx en "'la,m nJ s00;1 fallui Rud make a hopeless rase; and, further, t, Among them tho rittsburg Forgo 00 wo are slill wiling 10 keep tho contract, M Uepubliean cxpsrt hlrsaelf, & ,'.1 wl,ali CO :Ir.' but if wo are only to be bound m. in such appointed to bcia tbe tbe Imolta of Tate, i, examine CII8, propiiutor or tliat;0hl!gatlona m .delusion of the future, uaivin U, of all the defaulting Slate protection organ, the Philadelphia j why tho sooner wo aro rid of It th hotter, others, the one living Treasurer, witness, Republican ' Q I ' to compelled by his own knowieJge nnd 8 . Pres, is largely interested." The for we havejnore than one opportunity ft ttwjsj V JffHBBHa syBssk W Jam k (Corner of Jackeon and Kentucky Streets,) aworn roporlH, to vindictte Ihe Ueniocrucy ",""" " 1TC88 BIIOU1U DO pltllietl (IOWII tO I V'"' ",al "'" m of any sitempt o shield Tate, bal, upn hii answer as to why this state of I " uu" ,the contrary, that tbe Democracy invest! nnairs can exist uuilor an adminA beautifnl stock of Ribbons, bottom, without istration that was elocted on n Laces mid Flowers, together with gtlsd lo Ibeand the selection fear, favor or fgT For Sore Eyes, of llitrrett a partiality, guarauteo of high wages and Children's is proof an expert ICijiUbiltnii OPENED, with new STOCK, cut and out. Flno, stylish RICS for lilt GOWGILL'S SYB 8ALVE. Headwear, at JUST abuuiluut work. of (his. Parrett, himself, on Ihe slump, reasonable Patronage solicited. ZUlHi JONK' ftpl2tt would be compelled to admit all thin; but Day For Neuralgia and I'heuniatlam, with sorao one etsa as ths nominee, the A solid, 18 karat Gold Watch -Kicking Kfiubl!rnn. COWOILL'S WEASEL pIL, candidate can rear and snort about Tate-iifor 2:.,.Go, at llnck Bros. Vo will I From r.duc.h ULn.LrJ.) not bo undersold. cctSO-l- y For Piles, There has not been an appoint- Hllburn ViitMl nollil. COTCQILL'S riLS OIlTTMSliT. I junk 7, 18S9. plr (tie pople about Ihe cily of Johnstown, Pa, ami rlfiht nol'j the peo. fpim nil sections arc doing wbaieoeTtr The Rrcst, Me, klairficirt of llic ican people In iii anguuliorer the ON TUB PUBLIC ltOAD QUKSTIOX. Jlora Kaperlnlly fur riiltuu County, ICeiititeky. rtliiprt In tldi eily, on the 0th inat., by JuJe Naylor, Mr. S.J.Leonard to Mrs. Alice 4 Kaitman. Also, at the same time, Mr. Frank Dii. I ion to Miss Uetile rrey. INSURANCE! ' 4sKsashc3b ntMaMNMaMklVJ.vatatMalMeMeiai 1 r""! B 1 Teacher Wanted N-school-hous- LIFE, HARTFORD, $100 (. p re, K1 fieeidt ai)d Taripe. . PHOENIX, -t four-hors- A. A. Da,vis llcprescnls a large lino of the leading Companies in the United States. Those desiring Insurance will have the opportunity of choosing from a list of Companies that cannot bo surpassed for promptness and liberality in the settlement of claims. li: It ....-, v iii.iiut I 1 LANCASHIRE, " Vdo iXjEII JUouf-cturint Cln-a- ui - J, n m,, .,.. l fa. C:"!.!" hmth TRAVELERS' ' -- """'. "r "". Over proa. Neil Ih.rr-uut- Jr., ox-Go- v. one-ha- lf thrn' T aMB. FigiriT "I 1 o lr gTEPIIENS & IflYLER, IIGIIII CAPITAL, par BAHK. IIKKMAN, KY. Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, WE 850,000. r'onse pl IDIIREJaTOIRS r DAT rrrx?r HERTWECK. JLf.JUJL, li 1 liar-ret- 1,"V.l"l',u,y """"u' "" t Iw M?ii? HICKMAN, - Stable MfJF s WWsT - What to Buy? KENTUCKY, 3 asters are not conllned to tho by I'resulont Harrison in tin end of tho Staio whoro thero palling disaster at Johnstown. has not been n great deal of kickFrom other states and towns in- ing by tho disappointed ones. formation comes of Hoods, Col. Lush Anderson wont nil tho of ptoporty and tho loss way to Washington to try to got of life. Tho last days of May, 1S80, tho Happy crowd kicked out nt will go down to htritory shroutlcd Maylleld. A big protost wont up in mourning. Tlio record be- against Mrs. Lester's appointcomes nioro ghastly as fuller in- ment nt Eddyvillo, and the .Reformation is received. For some publicans at Currsvillo mot iu days rrom all parts of tho world mass convention and ''resoluted" lloods and freshets nnd storms against Capt. Farloy, who had linvo beon chronicled, and tho picked out a fuvorlto for tho no- , climax of disaster is reached iu ' sitiou as Currsviilu tho news from Pennsylvania. and had him appointed ovor tho Uarrsvillo Capt. Farley Tiiukk Booms to bo somotliiiiir ' also got his favorite nbuso for st share of wrong with tho solar systom this ealing tho year. .., Thero is cnoush . of cle Pnducali Heutoii postofllco for a The Standard bad ... .....11 : ...i iiiviiuii miHtiarniiKcs 10 lusirv n im a,w,im. ,... .i n.n ,. boom in WiKcins stock at tills u itwtvwaiBf, 1 iiiii iimiiiiiuo isn iiuob- time. To say nothing of wintor master at Fulton before tliroo wallowing nil over spring and i apnlicints boarded tho (inching upon summer mouths, train fyr Washington ifter tole tuo recent calamities lv uood and graphing lianison to'Miold up." fell are enough to Blmlco one's Tho light Is a jolly one to nn out- continence i n tlio Rta h llliy of the fli,or, Ml0 linsu't got an olllco to weather bureau If Wiggins will bo kicked out of, como to tho front ami nnd givo a plausible story of tlio concurrence All gooiU I advertise in theso of certain planetary conditions columtisaro NEW. I have second, that will account for tho wonder- hand Watches to sell from 61.50 ful uifnfiills, storing, earthquakes, to 10.00, hm ti,0 .Watches I linvo and other terrifying and destruct- advertised before aro now goodn. ive phouomeuu to which tho world Brand now Watches, from 6.'J.00 has been treated this year, ho will to 8.3.00, and tho i?3.00 0110s nro rind more credulous auditors than not WHterhnrys. In tbe past uiaya h. AcntfJi:uNu3m. apstauiD-licker1 - Accounts of horrors and dis uieut tr KINGMAN & BOMAR. a HICKMA1T HIOKJMIJLIT, WAGOIT, f :: ! S ,.t.., " Sanford, Standard from Mr. J. states that tho subscription of 810,000 to tho Paducuh, Hickman & Southern railroad was votod at Mil burn by nn almost unanimous vote. It will bo romoinborcd that a formor election on this question had to bo callod in because of tho iutonsc feeling created. Tho P. & II. project has beon in a largo measure- lost sight of here, tho impression having gained ground that tho road would not bo built. However tho subscription nt Paducah still stands unless it Is knocked out by an Appellate Court decision, nnd Pnducali would willingly pay her subscription if tho road is built. - A dispatch yesterday to the J6T For Tetter N. COVGILL'S and Hlngworm, TETTER OINTMENT. Worm Syrup OU THE OLD RELIABLE! CHAS. A. IIOLCQ31BE, -- TZTnXTTJOTZTZ- zm ia?For Worms, Cowgill's Pleasant ZREX -iI - IBILsEI 1 SATISFACTION GUARAXThED TUE MONEY KEFUSDED. For Sale by the Proprietor, DEALER IX- - J, W, COWGILL, ja0 83 Druggist, Hickman, Ky. DltUGS, MEDICINES, mm: tSS- TAINTS ill DM-STUH- S, E " HTf FORGET IT! c; jr jmc jm. - RPIIESCPTIOINS w, 3K1T. COMPOUNDED. llIfAIB i CAREFULLY Han a splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardwnro which arc offered nt ONE PRICE, and that tho very lowest tho market ustiiloH. All goods guaranteed to ho exactly as represented. d on-c- 'if fv ri i i ; j ja tho horrors of the Bitun-tiokUOpH lloMt at Johnstown wore not sufAKHIII'lllUlllt f ficiently nppalling, they havo been added to by pilfering devils iu hniinu Rhape who, spnrotl from tho horrible fato that hotter men suflurod through sotno dosigu of 1ST an inscrutable Providence, devot- OIV33 HIM A. Tltl.VL ed thomselves to robbing tho (loots delivered to nny part of Ihe city. dead bodies of tho victims of tho Hood. It is gratifying to know that tho ghoulish fiends were not Americans, but Hungarians, tho ofTucouring of Europo, nnd that space they woro promptly naugeii upon NOtrouble to name nil articles, but no to show goods. the spot when dotocted in their Come and see, at tbe corner of Troy diabolidal work. Moscow A vonue. East lllckinru, Ky and AH If n Ma'wklM T GIIOCEIIIES W.DTEsELI3llfNK! HICEMAWI I lew uixoony Stei DRUGGISTS DEALERS IN DRUOS. MEDICINES, nOOKS, BTATIONERY, and School Supplies. Fancy GOODS, TOYU, nnd 1'IOTUK E8 8UNDUIE8, TAINTS, OILS, WINES nnd L1QUOUS, or Medical use. AOENTBFOIi m T S,ray,33ke, & Qq ROOFING A SPECIALTY. mmi I STS IJolng now located noxt door to my ROLLER MILL, COR. With n COUNTRY Family THE ntook of OltOORUIES AND PROVISIONS. I will try to nmko it to tho intercut of my friends nnd otiBtomcrri to givo mo a trial. woll-Bolccto- d OBION AND EXOHANCHE. PRODUCE Domestic Sewing Machine. H2r lnpr8-188- 7 WANTED AT ALL TIMES IN EXCHANGE. PIKESCItU'TIOXS A NlEIAI.TV. -- a JAS. "A good urtiolo of Goods nt Ilonsonahlo Prices!" my motto, 1UOKMAN, 0.. : PARTLiOWT. : : : KENTUCKY. ft. J?' 1 'I'll 111 llrtiiiliiillliiiiiiiil l ,$ b t H JfcJf aUW u ,.. I , LSJlii mi. - t lEfettSvZfJ V J, ,' I rr. ,'J-.., -- " y J.f , ' &sy- - - ff -- ".5'lB?lj "- - mmmmimmimm The Next Chapter of Horrors is now I - ES ESatf CM liili BALTZER their & & old friends and SHAW, S-EECA-W-! I 'i P Having bought, the Maxwell stock of Dry Goods at a' HUj Cut, will now continue to knock the bottom out to the horror of competitors. ''jM& 'Customers of the housc find tfifl general trading public, will Imd a JSmo and Complete Stock to select from, and arc most cheerfully invited to call, and they will ifinu tlicir pocktft-briok- s will USHt have a healthier look, after buying, than if they had purchased elsewhere. wT Mow. Wllili HAIrZKH, MILADY BANDEItS, niul ED. DANCY will bo found behind our counters ready to welcome IBALTZER J3 Customers. 1'emember the place II. M. Maxwell's old stand. See Local Notices elsewhere in this issue " WE ARE AND -- $&- STILL PROPOSE -- cflfr- TO IXtf -- -' THE LEAD, STAY -- 4&- T II E EJ3 9 ! .' N.U, SELECTION AND DISPLAY OP AND II A V 15 THIS SllASOS OOTDONli A Ij L FOKMKR EFFORTS IN THE O &"R SPRING AND i S UMlliR STOCK, !?, s& '"fj - And can trttthliilly say ttiat nowhere in this section Hy clone attention to anyrbody uudcocll us. hereafter. Wo cordially invito you, one and all, to call and examine our Spring Stock. will ho found as handsome a line of GENERAL DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, &c., as wo buiiucci, ami .strictly following our old motto "Good Good at Lowest 1'rices, and Fair Dealing," wc wmss mtm, fiiMims, Tlie best stock of Slioes a,:rxdL ALL OF WHICH The Leading Jeweler! g BURLINGAME. I Tho LArireat 11 tn mini iffliiiiiiiiii :Fitti:n.gr Olotliin uiii in Tlx most 3P:rfeot SJlippox-sSmith, Ellison & Co. . WILL BE SOLD AT LOW We have "got Prices Down to tho bottom notch, and propose to fceep them down, and will not hi arc now showing. have steadily increased our trado until our talcs now exceed any house in town. We shall continue that policy Wc aro showing the most elegant line of Wo have too many Bargains in every line to enumerate here, but will be pleased to show them to you. FIGURES. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! f I I (nd Dost Stock or "Watches, &$ $ ifrft &$ A Spectacles, WI WE SURE TO BEAD 3P A aCXlSay HAVE VEEY OIIOIOB SELECTION OP Jewelry, SSQKHlnstrunients TnE CITY. -- I gCXVjV-fctIaatfc DRY GOODS IN ALL LSNES. anil RIBBONS, efer N TO BE FOUND IN ()- Our DllliSS GOODS are the Finest, Prettiest anil most Moderate in" Price, over bliown in this town, with nieo Trimmings to runted LACES, EMBROIDERIES Vf XVaHifc aJ from the cheapest to the mott costly. IMPORTED FRENCH SATTEENS' HOSE, SILK GLOVES CSLrivo run tiii: Wc are i.KMiNi.tTiHi: Him W. V el Ladies, Tr will iA." 1t in Solid and Fancy Colors. Tho very best quality of Ladies andJMisses &e., can bo found COTTON On our counters dale l Hickman end Kulton superb lino of Kkw K.whoid-r.niK.s- , rsunllr In Ihe .ower noun of Ihe next to bo sold nt nboftt cost Hlal Initial lire, aul.Jeel la lli will of goods wcro l!.o pwple aariprraatd l Ibre'rcllon and aw luge. An tlieso liotigut nt a big reduction, wo can Ilia l't Monday In Aojtuat VKRV I.ow, ' lit) aulhotln In nnnounrt W. A. nnd WM.I. sell llioiti whilst realizing ns much profit as n.l.Ur- l rri.rrni ICKKOV J lllctman ainl r'uUon emmllfa In the compoiiturs who get regular pneos A LTZKIt & SHAW. nplO ywri lloiut o Ibe tieit (!enrrl Wrmrti, uf Kutlon eounly, as a euthorlt'J la announce candl. At tfKrt 'rintf vcr V" " thollox).' I r.A- r- Wi1"' ? i"!,! aj VaTafs alJJaffaB Vn'ii SILK MITTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, have a very large ateortment oAir Counters, at Remarkably Low Figures.- - HaBafeattaWQflUKgHl bcCniud a of I Ladios and Misses CUSTOM-MAD- E ikMcw i Wc havo tho very best class of Staple and Tnoyf SfTirmftiKs This Celebrated make of SHOES can only bo found at ard fiknoes GROCERIES wiicli cult Lu InMighl from as as low as an self.-house n ellon of Kentucky, nibj.ti of the Otmoeraltr party. o the M- "LOCAL NEWS. " H. Mr. county, a candidate for Clerk of Ibe Court of ApiaU, ban liren circulating In Hickman ibla work, making aeijualiilancci, &e. John I). Shaw, of Trigg which arc made in the VERY LATEST BE BEAT! STYLE, and for Wear and Comfort. SOLE AGENT, IN HICKMAN, KY. Bev. It. M. Kine: cirottlatod a THEY CANT K. I)AMI)SOK, Dk.ntiht, permanently located in Hick-innTli 060 wishing Dental Work, of uuy kind, will ploiiho call on IiIiij. OOlco over Cow. fulS Kill's I)rui: Storu la Tlio Ice factory of J. II. IUiikSCe. U lo be lold next Monday. - vtooJ 7,"5o, PinnforoaiippcrBatfiOo.vrorth ftt MU.TZBR & HlU'H. Commlll.o ba called to meet In Il is understood that tho ball LouIiTllle June 1'J. The oblact of tbe lie will racillni; Ii to cait altnut and fin anolber player of Tadueati engageall in a arrested Sunday the next time they eandidale for State Trtaiurer. game They propose to oiler no resistance, Supreme Court ltov. Goo. S. Savage, District but let the caaa go to the Buperlotaodenl Amertoau illblt Uoclcty, as a tent caae for future games. If ihclr Sunday games are broken up ther propose y will preach at the Mtlbodlat Church, ernlng, 12(h Inat. Membara ot then to test the legality of various kinds the various denominations are !uiileJ to of Sunday work that ie carried on In the oily. sltend. For anything In Dress G001I9, Ilnrlin-gntuoNow is nnd 1 Wl-ucwla- Tho l'epubllcau Stato Central tii Olli, Building Material Always on hand, and will compete' with any" oM comninii acliool Tlio CoIIcro truntoeBofTor tho es, Clocks and Jewelry, 's tho tiino, is tho plnoo to buy Watch- alt. tllltlln and tola for cheap. MIsh Ktlltli 'fsss MIsb Tute, of Dyera-fcsrs- , Ki:k-alriek. Is T5iii!n; MUs McttU ii tUUIdk licr ItlcnJ, MIm Carrlc-MaTho children of tho Methodist Oarratl. Church will give an Ice Cream Supper at Huck llron nro recolvinpr, dully, the Y, M. 0. A. Hall thla (Kriliyj even-- I nt, from 0 to 10 o'clock, tbe object of flue Gold nud Hllvor Watclies. which as to tay for tho pulpit ebalrt, Miss Kdtllo Nolll, of Now Mnd-ri- K'trr one Invited to attsnd. Mo , l Tuning her triena Mrt. Man-til- o Wo havo sold over ono hundDvlivrl. red pair of Bticotnoloss within tho Kngliti of Honor nro request- - last fow wooks, and of uourso wo il to aUouJ ibelr Iolj nicellnic can soil tho bost for tho least lluilntu of Importance lo be iraniaolcJ. uionoy. Our stock is tho largest A lovely lino of lints nnd non-net- s and bost that was over brought to JlucfwiiUOM. always on lmud at Mra. Jouoa. Iliokman. jr I Truby, of Dixon, Tonn., announcement Ibatlha next ao.ion of the public acliool for the Mickmin achool will not begin until January next, by blcli lime tho nor college building will certainly be completed. die-Irl- ct Tho Trustees nuthorizo tho Tho communication of Esq. CJU. Jus. Crontui 1ms put a Kennedy dlscusslnc "Our Public Kod amall alaamar In tha trade beUtiiu Nstr MsJriJ aai l'slat l'!:sssa!, Syleiu," will l rend with luiercei. The aya Ibe IItaJIIhl. purpose la lo elicit dlscuanon, and lo that Invited to farmer or cltlteii instend of end any or bcr vlewi oil tbelaaubjsct, for Tho wntor-workgive bis nteiiiltalluK a real lax. properly man-5k- J, publication. tbculj bring (bo cllf a revenue. Tlila la Jcmonitrable, Tho ownors of lands on tho Dr. Paris ferry to llio A solid Gold, stoiU'Wlndiug river front from the French (lull, baa joined In a notice proJilgln Wutoli rorTwonty.uvo uoi hibiting all persou from driving looie stock over said road or grounds, tbo anue lnrs,at Iltirllncnino'a. not being n public highway, undr MayHold Is to Imro n SW.OOO of being prosecuted for trespass. lioute, niul arrango-menbold, f!i3,000 oH-rUndo Vol. Matson, ono of our aro In progrun (or iraier.trork. oldest colored resident, died Tuesday Ll tourn, live ptopto. evening lust Ho wan ono of tbo old Innd KlderT. It. WnKRonor, of tho mark, ko to speak, of Iliokman, and us HaplUl Church, baptlil 16 prriona In to all our people. He w i King'a poiul, taut Sunday ovculug. A nan true In his friendships, and will be larg orod naa preatut. kindly remembered by many of ourpeople c, ly ta well-kno- stock. Itoinembor that it is no tronblo for Buck Bros to show you their stook of Jowolry, &o., oven if you do not buy anything. Wo invito ororybody to call and examine our MiUcrlpllon only a few bourn, Wednesday, "We have just received somo nice two and Uhalf of i ne flood auflcrera of tbo three ply, ALL WOOL, vauey, ami aecureu aome eighty-od- d dollars for their relief. This will, probably, be Increased lo $100. This la but a ml to, but il speaks volumes for tho goodness and sympathy of our people. Tho Methodist District Con- fr H iinnc, la (.union at Hickman last week, , well attended by ministers asd lay. th Interesting Matting-sNotions, Hats, Shoes, Furnishing dekjstA., and At Ihu close ng9 the confei-enc- e throughout. of Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c, wo Ihe following resolution was adopted dofy competition. by a rlslne vote: KrnlrtJ, That wo Hereby express our mania to mo people or HickIlALTZKK & Shaw. c&O., man and vlolnlty for their willing hospiMilburn voted $10,000 aid to tality in entertaining this conference. I lie l'educah A Iliokman road, Monday, A convention of those intere- which wc propose to put down lower than and followed the example of Hickman by they were ever told in Hickman. giving the proposition a uuanlmous vote. sted In the improvement, of the Miaalc This secures $110,000 or the required alppl, Ohio and Mlniourl riven Id called to meet lu Cincinnati on Sept. 4th and $153,000. which It was announced would secure tlie tiuliuing ut ino roai. bunion Slh, aud all the towns and cities in the refuaed to vote her cspcolod subscription, great vaIIcih are urced to neiid delegates. and where and how Ibe company bono lo The president of the Association urges It make up the deficit, the Couinrn fa not because ol tlie lallure ol the Jttver and Harbor appropriation bill before the last advised. CougrtiM, imi beoauae of tbe change ot Tho Pntlucnh Standnrd thinks tbo Natlonil Administration, nnd Ihe neeeiwlty for the river" ImproveIta aennuncement of the probable candidacy of Hon. John Young Brown for ment Interests lo be properly presented before the new Congress. Governor lias crusted somewhat of in polltloat oirclea throughout the Tho young folks gavo ouo of Stale, hut now, apparently aatonlahed at their social dances last Tuesday night, the effect of its own gun, explains tint It which sccmod to bo enjoyed Immennely by I. sot unrfiilvenlly for htm " There Is Thono in attendance were: lime enough for bioms nnd booms before every one. Ma; Uarrett W. J. C.tr . Mlti t'arrle. our noxt Governor la named, but there Is lilt. With fair II. O. llucliauan. 111m UiiI. (iualJ.r W. T Uauiage, not In the Stale one whose oratory would Mlot'allla forJ A.J.Tajlor. rvuse mvre enthusiasm than John Young ol. 1'ur.l. lli. IlliUfwajr llrown. Ml.l Aixlrrllit Lawtuu T. T, Sitayne. Slut t'luma llrlit W. II. luiti.r. In CARPETS, ALSO maikct in this line.- - Oil Clotns, Hugs, And our frionds will appreciate this fact when they call and examine tho lino and Low Prices wc can givo on tho very bost class of Goods. GIVE US A CALL, AND TO BUY FROM WE WILL MAKE IT T0 YOUR INTEREST US.- - eoni-moti- J. Amberg's Sons. F EJ CASE, F.,P. Wall CAYCE, KENTUCKY, Our Whlto Goods, liko our Embroideries, should bo soon to bo npprocintod. Ualtzi'.r Ss Shaw. Auoclatlon will hold It regular mcetliiK at Ibe Methodlit churoli next .Sunday eran-Iat 3 o'clock. r.ieryboJy IntlUd. at Tho Younp; Men's Christian ni Hon. T. Davis, son of Hsqulro Henry Darin, of I la I oonnly, la one of Hit gradiiateeat Vanderbllt Unlrarilly, tlila year, winning Brut honor of bla oI.im. Parasols boforo buying. Boo our eionant lino of Tatosca lULTZKit & Shaw. Kon- - lueky will linldlhelrl'iiurlli Annual meet-iiiIn l.oulif llle, June '.'0. 27 anil 28th. All leaobara, atuileuta and minis lorera arc earnestly InvlteU to aiuml. Tho Muslo Tonchors of s to own Ibo nnd recelvu nil the rtiveniK) from prlvlloges; but, If the city fathers don't think ao thsy ought not to obstruct such a ncedcl Improvement by refusing lo allow a private compiay full rlghti and privileges, und protect nid company hy law. This would create a monopoly, nnd lnce u monopoly must ox-iin inch mittern, hadn't l ho city butter own and control it? The present Council Is compoaed of good business men, nnd Homombor that tho only stock of Watches, Clooks, will be quick lo Fee it. Jowolry and Spootaclos iu HickA mooting of capitalists and apl railroaders was held at Tultahonn, To tin , man is at Durliugumo's. Friday last, to orgtnuo n company lo Upon tho notunl vnluo and build a railroad from Port Hoyal, S. 0 , mothod of newspapar advertising an via Columbia and Tullihoiua, Middlo T' "Some try nesxee, lo Kinsas City, Mo,, crowing tho illscoui'sea na follow: advertising ns the Indian tried feathers, Mississippi river at llickmun or In Lake He look one feather, laid It on the boird oonnly, Teirn. This waa about the origiand alept on It all night. In tho morning nal Idea of tho building of the Nashville ho remarked. 'Whlto man aiya feathers & Northwestern, and it was ao hold unlit fool." heap softj whlto man It fell Into tbe hands of the Niishvllle & Ohas. N. Walker, Into oditor ClMltauooga people, of wliloli defeated that Hickman was InTbe city of the Pulton Boomerang, was nonultted of purposo. fcnd a delegate to the Tullahoma vited lo the charge of detaining a Miss Monatntu contention, but received the communicaagainst her will. Tho trial was bad beInstead, caused a letter tion fore V. lire lloaz, nnd continued a days. of loo late, but. lo It written Tho commanor, v.o bear, will bu again brought The was organlied at Tullahoma, and up boforo tha nrand jury at tbe August pany Is a strong probability that they term of tha Circuit Court. Also, that there businexs. The proposed line, for warrants have Issued against Walker mean as a years, baa boen charging adultery and fornication, and the many Hclieme by rallroul considered tnaguates. grand nv r riaay, trial or tuceo cases sc water-workst com-plot- It might bo hotter for tho city MIm Harlan CiialJ.r Tom Hilton Ml.a CLuilU lionalil.un John Konl. MIm l.ou IM.t.ll.rliik-- T J Malon.. MiM.M.na Drl.ttlliriiik K. C Danij. MIm tarri. Uaniag T, II Jotiliuil. MIm It ft ItoUrta MIm Nulla Mrlitrlck Tho.. l..K,.r.t MIm .Ninnlo U.rrtn-- t.l It. t'llliuu. MlMCarrl. Suit A. Mcliaui.l, II. Itogrri, J Clint. LIIIdd, Mr.ri. I GflOwaCilaaWll l 1- Has just returned from tho markets, and is now OPENING UP I L-Jr- IVatllll.r --B UUUUa y ' Arthur and Lrurtt Jt.hti.on. (1. Trlirsiir.1 JL 1 UU JLSUIl Ul UU Bin v V al election will come up before the Mag- islrates or that county tbe flrst Monday tn July. The Union City aide will, after till hi: Ibe ofheial ccrlilicUes of the result j of the recent election, move the court for , Tho Obion county slto remov- Ul ViliLI xf aOu ar u hk And, BIC3r Notion:, Hat; Shoe:, LINEl rf dd an order removing the county site from Tioy to Union City in obedience losaldi election. If a majority of the Magistrate coincide with this view the order of romoval will bo made and spread upon t no iiiinutcs. it iliu onler is nmile, sur Informant aaya that llivu tho C'h.iueellor of the District will bo asked for an In junction lo prevent tho romoval until Ibe ceo is fully beard nnd decided Some assert that the proceedings in chancery may delay removal for years. If the county court refuses to make tho removal ordor, then Union City will proceed by mandamus lo oompal the order of remo al to be made in accordance with the law ordering the recent election. Siekmaa MaeMa Jno. Pjpo-Fitting- EAHT IIICIOtiVTS', ICY, "W. Morris PBOPE-IBTOES- . Works. CALL AND SEE IIlM & Co., SASI HIOKMAH in fait, a full lino of NEW GOODS in every departmtnf, dflJ ut I'riecs that Dofy Competition. IIo invites an inspection of hij Stock before purchasing clscwhorc. He guarantees satisfaction iu Quality aud Price f attentionTjeverybody I Having bouoM out the Clark Hakery and Grocery, I will lie pleased lo sco all my old friends and eu4tomor. fl'OHll Itl'OIKl, OlllCOH, tVlO.) Does all kinds of Mnchlno Work. Repairing tlono with NoatnesB Having and Despatch. ll guarantee all we do to give tatiffactiou. located with now tools, nnd tlio bost Machinists in tho Wost, wo Bolicit a Bharo of your trado. Piping, Brass Goods. &c. constantly on Uaud. Wo aro ng'cnts for Saw Mills, EngincH nnd Roilors, Iron Fonoing, , Sltlnglo and Hoadipg Oornislt Work, Cylinder Saws, I'umps of all kinds, &c. Stavo-Saws- ffi&ETG JNO. CMPlilT & $ W. MORRIS .3rU SON, Prop'sy oi'' -- aiA.is'ui'Xcu.'Citiiitey Fine Buggy Spofcgsfg COK2ST MBAL, and 60 - I10IIIII WORK Oulco lioar N 18-- 1 AND M-STII- IG STAVE SAWS mid- VlM'liyM you uvory day. CtaT Delivery Uread Wagon ll llltlKli will visit JlL H3l2C3"j:-u3Cs?TaVr- & Agents for Horn's Machino WILL Works-Engi- nes iter ir julS.lf K, M. MLTIUNY. 0 Depot, Cor 7tb Moscow Avenues dliLSU jflJAlV HVEHY- ATUK'iAY.- KtigW-i- 1 'A ?. 1 a r MtaW!laWaWiBBHB8BBaaaajaaiMiaaaaa v ' 1 i; rtmmm&ffftP11 m ' viir- - tiIiiiKgwaftyafrnargrj' p DISGRACE. A NATIONAL leading men to review tha reasons for then OLEVELAND, burglars, angrt and n bad angel contending for the Thieves, gamblerJ, IDLENESS. rsrty adulations, and the supporters of the spirit, nnd there was n good lilt IMagnlflrrnt Address on sbopllfteri and assassins ate made from mastery of his b- -t MliHinnfiil Hunt far Mpnlls i:nconr- we profess are constantly recruited Til the frlncliiUs principles angel struggling for Hgrd by lreldent Harrison, ami Alms of True Demoeraey. the clast who have nothing to do. When angel and a ty intelligent, young and sturdy adherents. 'Blum tlio Ocmprtnloushtp or Foo-pl- o the police go to hunt up and arret! n cul that man's soul at the corner of Ihe Tlio illnnor rocoutly given by tho Let ut deterve then confidence, tnd, shunning Tho man who turns his eyo toward Imsy street. "Come with tie,' ald Ihe good Young practices, let ut remain steadfast they loldom go to look In among MonV Domocrntlo Club of Now sit Ignoble Washington beholds a return of nll tho of Lolouro. to Democratic faith and to the cause ol our clerkt or In the busy carriage factory, angel; ''t will lake yon home; I will York to (Jrovor country If we are ttue and loyal to theso the seundnls of Grant's tltno, without tho Clovolnnd,oxl,roIilent groups spreat my wing over your pillow; I th but they goamong our triumph will surely and quickly Mischief Mis In These' trim ln Not of Idlers. The,' play Is going on In Ilia will lovingly escoAyou all through life of tho United Stntos, nt tho Fifth day ofaid our victory shall be fairly and nobly bright shield of victory to conceal come Ifjt Cor I" work tie Cottrttnttt nt All I will Avcnuo Hotel, wns nttonilod by about won through the invincible spirit of tiue somo pnrt of Iho grossnoss of tho situa ahuffle unler supernatural protection; Is theater when suddenly Time-- ., mill In It Ailil I'lrn ation. Tho chief figure Is Tanner, an In the top of tho gallery. Wuatl.lt.' A blots every cup you ill Ink out of, every four hundred guests, comprising n Democracy." nets Ilr, Tulnmtn'i liToelnlmablo demagogue, dangerous leaning over, couch you rest on, evory doorway ycu good roprosontntlon of nil factions 0f policemen liar, come In, anl, MINERS UADLY FOOLED. has tapped Ou tho ihoulJit of young enter) 1 will consecrate your toart when tho Domocrncy. ns well to tho llopubllcan party as to At tho head tnblo He hat you weep, your sweat when you toll, ami Duped by a Scandal tho Nation. Ho nlrendy takos credit Rev. T. DstWItt Talmas, D. D., jirencheil man, saying: "I want you, 'If." somehow nt the last I will hand over your grave to with John 1L V. Arnold, presldont of Poor WorklngOteii out I'nllttrnl Trick. tho club, ent thnt ho has not yot exceeded tho at the Taterjiacls Sunday. Ha took for networked durlnir the tlav. tu Clovoland, Kot the bright angel of n Christian resurrecKnrly In tlio Inst Prosldontlul cam- eighty odd millions of pension approhas rake l together a shilling or lw faU text rioverlu xlll, 20. "A companion Governor Hill, Mayor Grnnt, Comp of Clay County, Into the top gall ry. He Is an Idler. The tion. In answer to your fathtr's petition paign tho coalmlners of fool shall lo deitroyi.il." your mother's prayer, I have been trollor I,owo, Jefferson M. Loyy.'ox-Mayo- r Intl., woro notified by tho oporntora priations set nsldo by tho proftlgato "May It please the Court," said n con man on Ills right hand It an idler and the and of Grnce, Wllllnm Ilourko Cock-raCongress of I8W3 nnd 1839, although man on bis left hand Is an Id!"- - .Shrink sent the Lord out of Heaven to be your Tided crlm'tial, when nskeil If ha hud any that It would bo for their Interest to ho can not promUo tho llopublio that Ashbol 1'. Kltoh, V. C. P. back from Idleness In youre!f and otberi guaidinn spirit. Com with mo," said the thing to ny before senttnee of death as volo for tho ltcpubllctin candidate. n vo oi unearthly symgood W. If you would mnlnUIn pi'itd Uhiii htiii, "may It please the Oood old As libel Uroen, aright position. phony.angel, Ininmlc likeoftint which drops vited guest".1). Gnrrlson nnd other In- To bring tho matter homo to them Congress has supplied enough money It wat at moro thin to moot tho certlflcnlea ho will lsstto When tho protldlng Court, bad company line been my ruin. I with greater force, n tho tiny of ejecwritfrom n Into of Heaven when n seraph oftleer introduced Mr. Clovolnnd receive.! the blessing! o( good parents, eighty years of age, was fuind busy thoro tion drew near, tomo of tho mines between now und tho ,10th of Juno. on It. "No, no," said the bad was who Meantime, Iho and, In return, promised to aroM nit evil ing, ami some young man said lohlmi broathes it furor of app'iuied, und when Mr. 1 associations, llad I kept my proinlso I "Why do you keep busy I It I' time for angel, 'V'ome with me; hare something Clovehutd himself nroso tho enthusi- wcro shut down and tho mon roduood wenl to Washington to ohtnlu n comp bottrr to oiler; the wines 1 psur are from you to rest." II. nntwereJ ' I awp '" to Idlonoss. In announcing tho closing, trollurahlp hnvo alnyml to iletitiind n. tiould have bton tavoil this shame, and the asm of tho nssomblcd Domocracv tho o:"ccis of tho mining companies been free from Ilia load of guilt that hnngs to keep out of mltchlef." K nian Is chnllcrs of bewitching carousal; jnnltnrnliip, and tho secno nmong Iho lUtii-- I lead is over Ihe tioor toitellnted rcnclicd n point that nt ono tlm'o strong enough to be Ida. It was duo to tho tariff round me llko a vulture, throatonlng to to overstep nil bounds. explained that mnko this clear, letters regular mossengers, wntehtnen and Aie you fond of pictures If so I will with uurfstrlctod Indulgenclet; thero li no threatened drag me to justice forcrlmei yot unro agitation. To It Is veatcd. I, who once moved In Iho first show you one of the wcrkt of an old mat- (led to Irown on tho temples ot tin whore Mon Mood on tho lops of tho tables. wco published from O. II. Poller and laborers beggars description. Ihe Cheers becaino yolln of delight, and ns probablo that ovory Democratic scrubbeen ,be guoit ter. Here It 1st 1 went by tho field of tho I worship. Tho tklot am Italian. circlet of and havo manufacturers in Chicago, who woman In tho Interior, Treasury und of dlttlngulihod public men, am lost, and slothful, and by tho vineyard pf Iho man path I ticad are through meadows, daisied ono round of npplnuso scorned nbout other aro also heavily Interested In Clay State buildings will bo dliTpInccd to void of understanding; " lo! ll " !" "" and pt'tuiosed. Coma with ms" The to subsldo sotno ono all through bad company." j.w elo atn time when poso tlireo moro chcoru would pro County mines, stating thnt tho pros- niako way for a This If but one of tho thotliand proofs grown over with thorns, and nettles had young mm hesitated n who for Groror that the companion of foolt shall bode covered tho fees thoreo'. nnd tho sto.ie hesitation was ruin, and the bail angel Clovolanu, nud oro theso had cctitcd pect of Cleveland's olectlon and tho thu star which roto nt Indlnn passagoof tho Mills bill had compelled n polls. Lists ot this baso proscription, ttroyed. It Is the Invariable rule. There wall wa Lroken down. Taen saw and smote the good nrgel until It dt',iarted, to echo nnothor call would bo made, spreading wings through the kttrl.jht up It a well mau In tho wards of a hospital, considered well. I looked upon 11 nn l them to cloM) thalr works nnd honco Instruction., Yt llltl sleep, a wnrd nn nwny, until a door flatbed open until tho tumult ceased for lnck 'of to suspend their pttrchaso ot coal, and tinpnrallolod in tho history ot political where there are a hundred people sick spoils, havo been propnrcd by nll tho force. Mr. Clovoland stood calmly with ship fever, and he w III not be so apt Iltllo slumber, n tltlls. folding of tho bands In tlu sky nnd forever th wi?.;s van shthat tho suspension would probably bo , nnd nothing short to take dlienie asngoodman would ba to sleep. 8o shall Uy poveity come ed. That was the turning point In that awaiting tho pleasure of his frlendk Indefinite unless Harrison was otoctod, nppnlntmcn.-clorksone that travslilU aad thy want as sui joiing milt's history; tor, tho goo I angel 1111 Importtirblllly was romnrkcnl by of Congressional influence will now apt In be smitten with moral distemper If tho protective tarltl saved nnd "pub-H- o maintain a gardener In his monthly armed man." I don't know of anofler Monti, he hesitatod no longer, but started all who watched .his face. Ho bogan shut up with Iniquitous companions. conlldoneo restored." Tho sentence In the Bible more expletive than O'l n pathway which Is Iwnulifiil ntthe his speech in n In olden timet prlonors were herded to stipend. cloar ringing tone, wns published In tho Indian that. It first hltses softly, bk th fuie ot opening, lut blasted at the last. The bad gether In the same cell, but each ono learnIt Is tho Pharisaical coulotilkm ut nnd kept it up till ho Unlshcd. Ho aft-- r an polls Journal Harrison's homo of tho spoilshuntors ed the vices of all the culprits, as that, a cannon, and at lad bursts like a forty angel, leading the way, opened gate that this latest four pounder. Tho old proverbwai right: gato, and at each gats the road became said: flclnl organ nnd other llopubllcan degradation ot government Is inndo Instead of being reformed by lncaroera "Many Incidents of my short residence In t'on, the day of libera' Ion turned them "Tho devil tempta most iun, tut idlers rougher and tho siy morelurU, and what this coca city have served to fill my cup'of papers, nnd wns placed in tho hands ot nocsistnry by tho hold which thpCKll-Sorvlc- o tempt the devil." was peculiar, at the gate slaiurusd shut It gratitude and to arouse my appreciation ct out upon society beasts, not men. lie law gives to tho IncumbonU of ot ame with n Jar thai Indicn'el that It kindness and consideration ot thots fib ovory minor In Indlunannd of thousands A young man We may. In our places of buslneta, worklng-mon- . of othor It undoubted- otlico who littvo passctl examination of age and said tonim: ''''How havo yon would novjr open. Fasted eaci portal, tsbom t have made my home. Tha hmp'ts ity be compolloJ to talk to and minly had ltd desired effect in changing for labor in tho hlghor walks; but tho gle with bad mon but ho who made out to tto so long and be to well?" there wat a grinding of locks and shoving for which the clttiKDS of New York bite K'3 my mnny votos from Clovolnnd to Harribeen dlstlngu shed has outdone Itstll deliberately. utter falsity of this statement has been chooiei to associate The old mn took tb3 youngstir to nn of bolts; nud tho scenery on either sldo ot welcome. The members of my profeftloa la himself m lib vicious people It engaged In orchard, slid, pointing to some lr;e trees the road changed from garde.is to ilrsjrtt, upon ay return to Its activities, received me son, nnd In CIny County tho majority noted In tho loiters of dUmlal which "I planted these and the June air lcamo a cutting Decern full of apples, said eisiididttls-- i wn, recarrying on a courtship with a Delilah, with fraterDil Kif ot iik, and pervnsl friends for tha Democratic almost every Domoeratlo civil sorvnnt ber blast, anil the bright wingi of the bad hare not permitted me to feel Ills) a stranger duced to n very narrow margin. whose shears will clip oft all tbe tasks of troet when I was a boy, and do you won already hold or will shortly receive. der lhat now I am permitted to ga'her tl.e angel turned to sack vloib, nnd Ihe eyes ot In a strange city. And yet I esa tmly say that his strrn5.l1, and he will bitrl;Ied Into Mr. Cleveland was not elected, fruit ot Ihemf" We gather in old age light became hol'oiv with hopelest grief, none ol these things sslll be mire vividly er tho Mills bill did not pass; General Tho victim of tho spoils orgy Is not perdition, bin Is catching, U infectious. dlschargesl from work. Ho may work what we p'nnt In our youth. Bow to the nnd the fountain, that at tho start had gratefullymeremembered than the orportun.ty l 1 will l9t yon look over the Is epidemic Harrison was elected, tho high by tnls occasion to enci t&o atTortM Ho It Informed thnt on If ho choose. mllllcnt of people now Inhabiting the wind and we reap the whirlwind. Plant losied with win, poured fur Hi bubbling friends I see about me, wble I beliere wns snvod, and, It U to nnd aftor a certain dnto pay will bo tariff earth, aid I challenge you to show me n In early life the right kind of n Chi lit an tears and foaming blood. Aid on tho right that no ono Is moro susceptible thu I to erc'T bo presumed, publlo conlldoneo wns withheld on tho ground of Ingood mm who, aftorons year, baa made character and yoa will cat lutc'.oui fruit side of the rood there was a serpent, aad lronalkindneit, and while 1 anf lure thstso It restored. How mu It with tho Clay competency. the man said to tho bad nugel: "What li one values more bis personal cholco an 1 consorted with the w Icked. A In old oge, and gather these harvest I say no surprise hen In eternity. that serpen'?" and tho nnsner was: "Tha certainly should cause nul uiure chtruhol thus County miners' . Woro they saved iu tbojsand dollars reward for one such In And thsh;:nt fr.r oftiit .mi!iilo loss that theso thing re Again: I urge you to avol I the perpetIs the eerpentot sttngin jreniortc." Untbe my Having shameful If tho Republican holdovers stance. I caro not how strong your char attachment and loyally to true Democrsllc well ns tho protective tariff? I bcllevs in recte ual plsasure-steke- r. leftside ot tho road 11a re wat a lion, and the faith snd my obligations to the eirdlnal given their votos as tho bosses direct- wcro not oriually with Democrats tho acter miy be. Associate with gsmblers, parly organlralioc I havo tea ed, aid tho bossos keep faith wiihthom ton will become a gambler. Clan with atlon and nmuienient. Imed It as much man atked tha bad ange' : "What It that II objects of political conquest Tho dig on f" nnd tho answer vn: "lhatlsthellon honored by my parly far beyoac my deserts. by reopening burglars, and you will bcme a burglar. as I need brea 1, ami 0 to my dally cxer mines and employing chnrgo of l'earsun, tho Republican, at man can deserve Itt b'jhest honors. . 1. ,, , tho c S3 with as conscientious a purpose ni 1 ot . .. deipalr." A vulture fltn Indeed, no .1. Qo among tho unclean, and yuu will be .csot miicii. After six years of rubllc service I return toyw. mora in om rates.i imj vn,b rHt l.- -j .!... tl.nt nr. come unclean. Nat appreel sting the truth go to the Lord's tuppr, and nil persons ot throuzh the sky, nnd the man ntkei the my rarty friends. 8lx years tuve I stood at men had simply boon duped bjr n bad angel: "What Is that vulture?" and your representative In the State and N'stioa, croi Hrlson 'feels no compunction In of my tixt, many a young man has been sanguine temperament mutt have amuse . Ihe answer was: 'That Is the vulture and now I take my place again in the run scandalous trick, nnd tho parties to acknowledging that, when ho took destroyed. He wakes up tomo m jrulug in ment and recreat.on. Clod would not have made ut with the t walling for the carcasies ot the slain." more convinced than ever that iho cause of tho fraud laughed at tho simplicity of otlico, ho the great city, and knows no one except set forth to oust ovory other truo Democracy it the cause cf the people, their ilttpos. the persons Into wbo.e employ he has eu capacity to laugh If he had not intended And then the man began to try to pull oil their lifeguard and tbelr hope. ecrvnnt of the great Republic, no matus sometimes to iodulgeinlt, God hath of h m the folds of something that bad When tho oporatori wcro ready to tered. i nor apologies "I come to you with no ter what his politics. In wave, and wound him round and round, and he said and with no confession ofcicuset disloyalty. It Is not reopen tho mines thoy fixed tt now As he gos Into the store all the clerks hung In the sky, and Democrats who woro Impatient thnt Mm, measure him and discuss him. printed on grass many a roundelay; but to the bad angel: "What Is It that twists given to man to meet all the tarleus andcoa scalo of wagets, which tho men rofusetl mark ofpsrty duty young men of the tt)re wish he who chooies pltureseklng for his me In this nwful conro'utton?" nnd the tiictlng views oforganisation sad pobcr whwlt to accopt. Harrison Is 1'rosldent, nnd Mr. Cleveland should forbear with The upright where Indsidusl fensive partisans, bent on establishing for what nnswerwas: "That Is the Wunu dial never previa la an him well, but perhaps wait for a format life work does not undrit-Tnopinion is so freely tolerated at in the DrEO tho high protective tariff saved, but Introduction, and even they have some Q od made blm. Our amuieaients an In- diet." And then tho man laid to tho bad eratlc parly. Because theto vlewt are tarlost tho ojierntors insisted on n cut in tho prurient rcghno those Democrats may look itK)ii tho spectaolo now ofdelicacy about Inviting h!a IiiU llels- - as tended to help us In somi enrneit million. angel: "Whit tloet nil thlt metnf I and conflicting some of them mutt he wrossv wngos of from twenty to twontytwo fered (Delations. Hut the bad young men of the The thunder cloud bats an edge cximli-Itel- y United In what you said nt the corner of And yet when they are honestly hem and adand thank tholr fortunes it was no bitterness act per cent, tho hoavlcst cut over tnndo purpled, but, with voice that jars the tho street that night; I truitel It all, vocated they should piu.-sktore at their first opportunity approach not seen four year ago, for it Is so condemnslloa, but when they sre dUhnnin me? In Iho State. Tho operators throughand oiler their services. They patronize earth, It declare! : "I go to 'water the green and why have you thus mom-trou-t and unsightly that tho poprocla'med at a mere eorer and pretext for blm. They profess to know all about the fields." The wild flowers under the fence Then tho lait deception fell olT tho charm personal resentment and disappointment thry out tho Stnto mado common cauto litical organization which has com- to er, and it said: "I wat tent forth from town. They will take blm anywhere that are gay, but they say: "We stand hershould tie met by the exposure aad contempt against tho mon nnd insisted on tho manded it will notoutltvo thoillsgriioo make a beautiful edge for Ihe wheat-flelthe pit to do troy your soul; I watched which they deiervr. it w tit sincere dei r reduction. ho wishes to go If lis will pay the For two days tho oper- of Horald. charged with represea't For if a good young man and a and to refresh the husbandmen In their my chance for many n long year; when and intent ooeIhe party faith, psrty mutt that tlon has kept sdist ators nnd tho minors woro in conferbad young man go to some place where nooning." The steam sparkles and foam, you Imitate 1 that night on the street. I his party obligation. No man ran laydonn ence nt Iirnzll, Clay County, tho inon WHAT THE PAPERS SAY. they ought not, the good young msn has and frolics, nnd says "I go to baptise the gained tnr triumph; now you are here. the trust which he hai held in behalf cf a proposing that the dlfferoncos between Invariably to pay the charges. At the moii. I lave tho spnt on the trout. I slake Ha! ho! You are here. Com now, let and conlldlng people and feel that at all bo submitted to arbitration. To shoot John Jnrrett wllh n moment the ticket Is to bs paid for, or the the thirst of the bird. I turn Ibe wheel of us till theto twochallost of lire and drink times he has met In the best possible way Ihe them champagne tattled for, the bad young man tbeiulil. I rock In my crystal cradle muck together to dankness and woe and death ren'rementi ot hit trutt, but he It net derelict Tho operators would not consent to Consulship nnd miss Ilr'or Dudley was In duty If he hat conscientiously detoted hit arbitration, I young man, will the and told tho mon thoy a feat of markmnnshlp. Indeed. Phil feels around In bit pockets and says: ''I shaw and water Illy." And so, wbtlo the Haiii ball:" Oh efforts and his Judgment to the peoples serv" could either tnko tho reduced wages ndclphla Record (Ind.). In world plays, It works. Look out for the good angel sent forth by Christ or the bad ice. have forgotten my by sin get the victory forty-eighojn after the young man man who always plays and never work.. angel ent forth "I have deliberatelv placed In dote con- or go without work. Clovolnnd l'liiln Wo wish wo could rognrd tho has entered the store the bad fel ows of You wilt do well to avoid thete whose reg over your soul? Their wlng sr Inter nection loyally to Democratic principles and Dealer. thing as improbable, but In low of It Is to play ball, skate or go lockol this mo uent above you, contending devotion la the Interests of h for In the establishment slap him on the shoulder ular buslneis the very low piano upon which Mr All ttieie sports tro grand in for your ueitiny, as store tin Apponiues my slew they tetong together and should GENEROUS UNCLE SAM. familiarly, and, at bit stupidity In taking mran the same thing. Hut In this day of to thinking with rosps-"C- t certain allusions, say: "My young frlonJ, their places. I never derived io much ad- ealo nnd coodor fight ml Jsiy. This hour parllssn feeling and attachment It Is well for The Kttntorsllnary and llangrrsiut tiros? IL Harrison' may decide your destiny. Uod help you. appointments Is done, thoro Is not tho you will have to lm ijroken in;" end tuoy vantage from any mlnlsterlaCzttoclatloii r the IVnsltm I'tinil. us to pause and recall the truth, that the only i ns from a ministerial club thalVcnt out t) To hesitate Is 'odio I Immediately proceed to break him In. iutllflNtlon for the existence of any psrty It Washington dispatches nnnotinre) lentt Improbability In tho report that lall every Hi afterthe claim lhat In principle and performance Ycung man, la tho name of Gol 1 warn play 000,000 appropriated for Miller Is to 1m n Supremo Court JustIn object and purpose! aro the promotion ot that tho noon Philt'le outtklrtJn'urX lit LIVE. HOW you tobsware how you 1st, a bad maa talk ice N. Y. Commerelul Advorllswr. Ihe public good and Ibe adraneenival ot the tho payment of pensions this year tin adelphia. Tuoie rocre4tTK. grand faiulliarljr svjthjrou. if such an one welfare and prosperity of our entire country. already been Io Keep Vi Illshops nnd other olergy havo It Coals exhausted, with six you on the shoulder familiarly, turn to give ut muscle andktrlti tor Iriial .Ipposninres In Washington. There never was a party platform or declaraaround and give him a withering look rogulsr toll. I believe in miHar Chris I About tho cheapest Bring for a single tion of principles which did not profess these weeks moro of tho fWnl year to ba to bo mighty caroful nowadays about mnklng nny roforenco in thalr sermons party thlncs and make them until the wretch crouches In your pres- tianity. A man Is of 'en noKnearQod I CongrrMmau at a hotel it fi't a creed, and any body ot Ihe foundations ofopenly provided for. Tho probability of a with a woak stomach ns wKn ha ha: a men who should ence. There is no moustios ty of wickedweek, and If his wife Is with him tho cost proclaim that they were assac aled together deficiency Is, therefore, converted Into to political frauds and crltnoi. Any But o who It doubled. Between this and tho $),WU ness that ran stand unabashed under the slrong digoition. Republican who happens to bo In tho por-hafor the cipiess purpose of gaining tupremacy a corlnlnty, nnd tho expectation glance of purity and honor, Uod keeps make it their life occupation to spirt for the session there aro all sorts ot In the Uovernment with this .m frenl of disthe bor.it of tho bureau that it congrsjjirstlon U mto to tnko such refThere are young men whoie in.ln.-tr- y the lightnings of heaven In his own scabnuu Uie com, nt ennrse, ticpenils tributing offices and the spoilt of victory among will Iks nblo to dleposo of over erences as a personnl attack upon him fal-e- n and usefulness base largely upon the elzo of tho family. the a.toclalct would be treated with ridicule bard, and no humin arm can wield them; boforo July seoms likely to bo self. St. Louis Republic. overboard from yacht the 1 hs highest price paid by any member of and tcorn. Thus are we brought fare to face but Ool gives to every young man a with the proposition that parlies should, rcnllzcd. If a man can buy a ship or a lightning that he may use and that li the on the Hudton or tho Bchuylklli There are Congress at this time for hotel accommorasro than In nny othor country thnn this, or steamship cheaper than ho can build lightning of an honest eye. Those who men whose business fell through the Ic) of dations Is about Jl.VO a month. Henator no and dishonest. Ind tlduals, bIn untruth Of course fut the sutwo have been close obiervers will not wonder the skating pond nnd has norer since bien McMillan, and possiblyWO or three others, premacy of party there are advantages to Us with a people less indifferent than one, what reason, founded in common pay a month hat been members, why I give warning to young men and heard of. There Is a beauty in the gliding paid that. A bill of 13. ta.s li not iuul.. llul when ours to whut becomes of tho rovenues, senso, can bo glvon for donylng him sav.trnl limes within tho last few years high party asi and professions are lost tight of s boat, In tho song or skates, in the soar alms say: "Beware cf bad company." tho extraordinary growth of tho pen- tho prlvllcgo? If hecan rnlso our ling Ing of a k of or abandoned, aad the benefit ot ball, and Ineverses for board and lodging at a Washington First, I warn you to shun the skeptic sion fund under tho combined offorU ovor ono ho builds, why inny ho not hotel, but nobody Is paying that now. und personal pelf are all that remain the young man who puts his fingers In bis one fly but I Involuntarily throw up my Quito a number of Cuugrcssme n pay at the to Inspire party activity, not only Is the con- of tho claim agents nnd tho political float It ovor ono ho buys? It Is oatlur re hands to catch It; and, so far frtm laying rata of J'Oln month for room and board fidence of those relied on for patrlotio support demagogues would bo slurtllng. veit and laughs at your to usk questions thnn to nntvtur them, cr nny and twlco as many pay $100 a month. The forfeited, but the element of coboston and of llgion, and turns over to soma mystery of an Injunction upon In 1878, thirteen years nftor the but theso footn to bo proper quostlnns effective and lasting political strength are the Bible and says: "Explain that my other innocent sport, I claim them all ns latter sum Is nut much above Jhemerngc belonging of right to thn-- . of to ask und easy ones to nnswor. Will rbo toil for (Ymgrutemen who bate their families gosc Tha iuiio.t differences ot opinion that eloxo of tho war, w hem tho claims would pious friend; explain that and ivlin . must always exist upou qtiett'ont of principle havo begun to naturally diminish, tho our protectionist friends roveal? "Nobody shall scare me; I am not afraid In the grand Industrie! of Church and with them and live at hotels. public rolicy should furnish abundant Doardlng-bouUfo Is undoubtedly the and applications allowed had docrensesi Grand Rnplds Democrat. of Ihefuture; I mei to believe In such Htate. But the life business of pleaiure occasion for the existence of parties and point things and so did my father and mother, toeklng always makes In thoendacrim. cheapest nt noil ot the lcat comfortable out tbelr field of uscfnlncst. The study and from n maximum ot 60.000 in 180(1, tho It being unlikely that thoro will It Is only In tho boardlng-hous- o that the discussion of thete queitlona can not fall to year after tho war, to nbout 1 1,000. beany radical chnngo In our tariff laws but 1 have got over it." Yei, he has got Inal or a sot. (loorge llrummellwaisiullol C'ongresman saves much money, Tho cost result In more valuable cllizeushlp and more over It, and If you sit In bis comp my a upon by all Eigland, and hit l.fe was Tho dislmrHomunts had f.illon from n during tho Republican Administration, little longer you wlllgtt crcrlt, tw, with- given topleisuro. Ho dancoJ nit. Peer- runs from IOo month up to unknown intolllyent and belter equipped partisans. per maximum of JM.OOO.OOO In 1871 to and us this Is rather nn off year in heights. "When we seek for the cause of the out presenting ono argument agalnit the esses and swung a round ot mirth and A comfortable srsall homo In a nul luu pctslty ot the Ioiiioirllo parly and Its surLast yoar, twenty-thre- o politics anyhow, Mustrs. Andrew Car and applauto uuttl, uUuiUI of Christian religion, such men will, wealth.H.I vival through every crisis and emergency, and. yenrs aftor tho close of tho war, tho negio iV Co., stalwart protectionists 1...1.. l ,!,.. by their jeers, and scoffs, and caricaIn the face ot all oprcstllon, we find It In the beggci fact that the corner stone is laid la detutiuu Io applications nllowed were ovor G0.000 nud friends of tho working. mon, hisu tures, destroy your respect fur that reli- ofrepntatlon4ii.lniliilofnisi with n smnll with all Including the survivor of tho Mex- reduced tho wages of their employes gion which was the strength of your father a biscuit from a grocer nid declare! that can lire In sucu a Iiousa and keep one the rights ot Its people and sympathy cf their things which tend to the advancement nnd tho twenty per ccnl. Whothor tho. educIn his declining years, aad tho pillow of be thought a (lo's life was bittor than a. servant. Not many do it Bents run ni) welfare and happiness. Though heresy may ican war lately pensioned man's. tho way up to H,r' a month. For tht sometimes have crept Into Its organization, your old mother when she lay disbursements this year will bo ntloust tion takes placo In blocks of llvo or ocHuch men will crow I eronnl your desk Corcoran honse. furnished, ity.imo n yen' nad though party conduct may at times hare 190,000,000 Alas! a time will come when the Lluiter curs nll along tlio lino simultaneously or tecli to decoy rental was but It wat not paldL Tin been Influenced by the shiftmen which It the liigyoutig infidel will havnluilir, andtbea or counter or This sum oxcoods by 127,000,000 tho Prosldont Harrison hns not j et been ycu off. They will want you to break out highest rent now paid by nny Congressman habitual device of Itt opponents, there has al- total bi dlstnond ring will flash no splendor In ordinary cxiionsea of tho 1'odoral Informed. Chicngo Time. ways remained deeply Imbedded In lis nature the eyjs cf Death, as he standi over tho In the midst of tho'.r buiy day totakoa or Senator for a bouse U I7W a mnntb Government In tho year boforo tho That U only n,4rt) mnr. th-.- n his saisry, and character lhat .p'rit "f tree Arr:r.:i:::: ride with them to Coney Inland nr to C If tho Chief Magistrate of this couch awaiting for his souL Thot beautiand that love of popular rights which has war. It equal tho cost of tho standIs not to bo utterly worn l'ark. They will tell yon of tomo but ho Is In a much better situation tbau mada It Indestructible m disaster and defeat, ful locks will be uncomted upon the was Justice Ijimar when he was In the and hat commuted It a boon to Its country In ing army of Griat Ilrltaln (180,000 great i?ountry and the living man will say: "I can people you must soc, ot some out by tlm Innumeruble otty annoyTh strong) and nearly equals tho cost of ances connected with tho clnlms, or (Sabbath day that Senate and was trying to rent a houso. II( Its time of triumph and supremacy. no. dle- -I can not die." Death, standing you must tike, of sorao found one that suited htm, but tho rent of the party, as he consecrated ready teilde the couch, siy: ' You must you cu;bt to dishonor. They will tell you was only I.VH. "What on earth shall I do crest founder solemn oath to the faithful per tho groat Gorman army (almost 600,-00- 0 tho nujtposctt claims of tho scramblom himself br a strong). And with Corporal Tan- for olllco, dlejy.u have ouly Infra minute to live; of exquisite wines that yon must tike; ot with that other JVIO of my aalary!" queried formance of Iho duties of the l'retldential wny must lo devlsod let me have It right away your soul." costly operas that you mutt hoar; of wonner In charge, thoro Is no telling whoro t relieveboiiio cf the heavy burMr I.ainar as ho scratchod Uls head Iu much offlce, and pledged btmtelf to the preserva' hltn and defense ot the coaitltu It will stop. tlon, protection y. Y. World. "No," says the young Infidel, "hereare my J derful dancers thatjron inuitse; bit bewilderment den ho Is now compelled to bear. you e'pt their ccarsy or ttcir Tlio rrceidnnt's situation as respects tlis tlon. after presenting to bis assembled fellow. goiu rmjs ana mess picture! ; take thos: the eautes of congratulation This rollef may, In good monmiro, Ixt The Farmers and Protection. remember that while at tho relation between salary and tiling oxpontei countrymen condition of our country and the alL" "No," tays Death, "whatdol care for In the found by n moro extended elvll-sorpictures) your soul." "Stand back," ssys end ot a useful life you may bo able t) Is quite dlfTcrent from that of a Now Is n character of oar people. Impressively aJdedl time to buy land. It hat secured the dying Infidel. "I will not stand back," look back to kindness done, to poverty man. Tho latter can live eponomlcslly If 'With nil these blessings what more Is neces- been many years since land In this section bas Ico system- - Make tontiro of otlico to sary to make us a happy and prosperous pno been held at prices so low ai at present. dopjind on character and lltnoss, nnd says Death, "for you have only ten sec- btlpod, to a good name earned, to Christian lio witnta to, but tho I'rcsldeut V2n not. a There It no need ot going Wett when you can Washington I'ost. Diet Still one thing more, onds (olive; I want your soul." Ibedy. Influence exert)dt'to isBavlntir's couie adno small part of tht loud will bu lifted wtse and frugal government which shall re buy In; proved Eastern fsrmt tor twenty-firIng man' says, "Don't breathe lhat cold vanced thess pleasure-looke- r oa their men from Injuring one another, shall dolltrs an acre, nnd Rood bulldlnci on the land from tho Prosldont'sshouldoM. Morn Metal. strain TIs Blrriigili f lrltt ueaih-be- l better to rovlitv air nf sidy fac Yuu trim-- J me too hard. to Ing Star (Unptlst). What is known ns Delta metal has ro. leave them otherwise free and regulate their at that. Granville Journal. It tSjgstttnK dark in, the room. OUodl" than a torn plnyLUI improvement, ticket for the cently cqinoiiito largaly increased uso, on own puriultt of Industry Improved farms with good buildMr. Robert T. Lincoln, Mlnlstor uiu, Ultra vsas races, an oniply tanktrii arid the cut. out account of Its groat strength anil tenacity, and shall not cko from the mouth of labor ths ? if aiu, dollnrs an noroi Plenipotentiary of tho United .States f no Oct'' Tray for met" exclaims the -"'"Js ot a caroussl; and aj 1 the djlirlum nnd not lcrs because ot tho inability of nut bread It has earned. This Is the sum of gool ings for twonty-llv- o government, and this Is necessary to close the Yet tho fnnnor havo had tho benefits Knglnnd, expiring InflJel. "Too Into to pray," says hus presented his oIlMul loi' ,n",r awful dealt thoy clutch itt the to corrode It nnd tlio mngnetlo needlotobo-com- o circle of our felicities.' of tho 'boasted "home markot" rv, death, 'but thrse seconds moro to live, gohlet and presi It to their lips, Ihe drogs attracted by tho metal It Is formod ters to her nnolent, fat and gracious "In the lexicon ot true Domocracy thess and I will count them ell one two t tho cup fa ling upo.i their tongue will by tho Introduction of n small percentage words sre not obsolete, but they still furnish "protection," und nil thnt for thoso Majesty, (jtieon Victoria; und, thlx nlloys, its specific Hire." lie hat cone! When) Wh.r.t . lecln to hltt and .wt. ...... il.t adders of Iron Into conpcr-rln- o Ihe Insplrat oa of our efforts and sn Interpremany yoara. Mr. Tillor of tho Soil, .Ul. .... .. disposed of, lit l to ty, It dlflcra tation of our puliucal faith. Happily the par.; you nro Potor, and you tiro being Im- mniterof f'irnt t. KriTtvbeliii'H4-tb- et Carry him and Lurv him beslds of nn eternal poison may sottlo hlmsulf down to tlio in weight from copper, while. Itt creed which wo profess Is not within such narhis father anl mothrr. who died whiL Catt out thess mm froii vour company. but llttlo poverished to make "proloclod" Paul docs not buslno.ts of outing dinners holding Init the Curlttlnn religion. They Do not b intimate with them Always bo melting point is eighteen hundred degrees; row lines as that obedlcnco advanced permit us io raovo abreast wltb the thought rich. And ho mnkos n fool of you died slngln;, but the young Infidel only polite. Tberoitnodsiuniil that you over in color the nlloy rcsombles gold or corro-slofor tho of tho country nnd to meet and test ever; with It all. Ho tells you that you, with tho Kngllsh The metal can bo worked both hot ealdi "Don't treathe that cold air Into my tacrlflce pollt inets, a y o jug man acco it next four yours. That will bo IiIh chief apply a principle erery situaand cold, nnd lo rolled, stamped, cast, question and Democracy, stanch to Its odhesloa too, nro protoctcd, and for proof In face. You crowd mo too hard. It Is get- ed a Christian Quaker with: "01 chap tion. True and almost his only duty, and with the foiled cr brarcil with equal facility. Tlie to fundamental doctrine. Is at tho same time, to ho tariffs on wool nnd help of it fow ting dark In the room." did you make nll that money ?'l 'The Qua-kshort apocchort, iu which castings aro found to be particularly sound in a proper tense, progressive. It recognizes points Again, I ure you to shun the compannnd grain, etc. lint what great cam must Ik taken to repllod: "By dealing In an article that and freo from blow holes a frequent expansion nnd the birth cf potatoes say noth ionship of Idlert. 1 btrs are men hanging thou mayett deal In If thou wilt civility." sourca ot loss and nnnoyanco with those our growth andand sentiment. It will juries hnvo thoy profited you? You nro runnew thought Ing, ho will doubtlois survive It. Chiaround every store, and oftlce, and shop, Always be courteous. jjut at tho same iiiliIo In brass while it hat beer, them nil by safe standards, and In all phaiet ning behind nll tho same, growing cago Globe. who hare nothing to do, or act at It they time dim, Hty no as if you meant IU computed, throe times tha strength ol of National development It will be prepared to pooror, that's eortoln; you know it, had not. They me apt to coins In vvhtti Have It undtntool In the people can be answer, as they lite, every cost at ,0re an,l fhop,nnd brr.ht casting. The the best which It and the and every ropular want. need of Democracy und tho mortgages Bankrupted by Protection. True hroAs, the firm areanny, and with to engage you street, that you will not stand In tho prpducedls that of honestly advocates National brotherhood, to In tho county clerk's otlico provo It. In conversation while you nie engoged In ot tho sieptlc, tho Idle, tho metal can profitably be cmploypil for partis the end lhat all our Tho Alma Manufacturing Company may aid of titles, guns, torppdoes, tools for your leiular emp'oyuuFor ovory cent that "protection" pleasure-ieekeI'olltely sugla tho achievement of great mills, parts of bicycles, gongs, eto , awaits us ss a Nation, the It deitlny which nuts Into your poekot It takes out n of Philadelphia, which has just made gest to such persons th it you have no time nnd Ilatber than enter tho companionship of condemns that ; nn assignment, iippears to hnvo fnl Ion pump work, to pretext ot liberality und harmony which, when in fonnurlj mado of to give them during business hourt. Noth uch, accopt the dollar. TIiiiI'h why you nro becoming iv lug would plena them to well as to have feait. The proinlteiInvltatoTton lottor supersede brass, and extensively In elila' partisan advantage Is to be gained, gives way pauper and I nul li becoming u mill- u victim to our tnrllV laws. Its busiof do I aro tho fruits. fittings', in chemical muntifactures, where for Inflammatory appeals to icctlunul was tho mnnufaetiiro bate you renounce your occupation andotsocl. Ihe haipi of Heaven are Clus"Protection" Is a lino thing ness woolon goods. Tho of wort"l would rapidly It Ins ats upon equality be, ionaire. ato with tlitm. JlucU of tho time they ters from the vineyards the iiiuila boen other metals bolts and nuts; corrode; in aod passion. whloh concedes that caro nnd malingers ol profilers, fore the law the 0f and pro- for, tho Pauls, but how has It bcon shutters, for have lounge around the clubroomi or tho doors pressed Into tho this company woro stanch Ropubllu-nntection of the Uovernment to simple manhood with tho Potora during this twonty-sl- x tankaidi. The sons nnd anohorit, cranks, cog wheels; also Inhumes ot engine houses, or after the dining hour daughter! of the nnd Inst fall oxproiscd thomselvos nro the fitting", spoons, folks, cups, fendera, tasas, and citizenship. It does not favor the inulti. Lir4 stand upon the steps of a fashionable hotel gnettt. Whllo siniding Almighty let, to caudolabra nnd a lnrgo variety of othci plication of unices and salaries merely lomake yoars oxporioncor tno twoniy-nin- o very confident that If Harrison was at th baiq partisans, nor uto the promise and bettawal of thousand lour nuniircil and eighty-eigor an elegant restaurant, wishing to give till the cupt and divide N V Bun. sleeted tho manufacturing luterosts of piece for Ihe purpote of ttlfling the pren and the clutters and nitlolr.s. you the Uea that that Is tin placo where eommind the hirp, pngos of moilgngos written bribing the people. It iccks to lighten ibe nria welcjnu tlu tho tbeydlne. Bit Ibey do not dluu there, , It Is only tho small man who feelt big. den of llfo In every borne and to take from bur- within that tltno in tlio lioolts nt the cent country would bo safe. Tito reIt a danghtt of, Uod onwhoio the failure shows that theso views They are sinkln? dortti lower ami loner, brow are the btotivuii It Is only tho man of small brain nnd tho citizen for the cost of government theloacst clerk's olllco of this county sponk I In of pnradls?, an woro dictated rather by party proju-dlcmen ot small heart who lift nnd flaunt poisiule tribute, day by iliy. No t'ur by day nor by night whoie cheek It the flush of coloU'nl sum "Wo know lhat wo hate etpouied the cause eloquently In nnswor. Catsklll (N, Tho thotusclvos In brainless ostoututlonhavo miy thing to do with the idliri. than by buslnots sagacity. In mer. Her name li It,s0 ,, Y.) Recorder. Wo know men and tho wemon of tlio Urge hnrt uud of right and we fore you ulinl a man Into your acquaint business clrelot In Philadelphia tho Decllothii soon, oh, young man, what of tlio lnrgo bruin do not moisurj t'icm not pcrmittodJustice to country o that uponhate duly wait our aiic ns'm h. in, po' Itely i ' What do you dlr olon you w II lake. Tho voncrablo Simon Cameron, failure has attracted a good do.il ot atexpediency. Wi know we have not trafsuh sell ly doforn living?" If he says, "Nothing; 1 is m id nt of final decitlon-w-'fher co.nes Hilt? or ofos tho common efmdnrds of thu pulpit ficked our principles forthat success. We know who Is tt mini of somo oxporlenco In tention, not on account of Its magiil-tudo- , hy not ilntform, or any standard that am a gentleman," look out for him. He O iu night I saw a mon art up. Thoy tnciisuro themselves by tbst we have not deceived the people with politics, lays It down us a wlso polit y,JU,1!; ml , t ,,0 ,troo, but bccauo It Is regarded a false promises ond pretenses, and we know niov havs n xtry soft baud a id a very corner evl lenlly .loubt.ng at to wulcli dl. tho groat pillars of t o univcrso. And that we have not corrupted nor betrayed tin ical axiom that It Is better to travel significant of n truuhlu which '. wltlti fkulllest apparel, and havn high sounj ro tlon he hvlbit'er whou men thus stand by tho sldo of theso poor with the money of the rich. Who take, his lutllflel Tho opinion Is freely shall ono hundred milos to sco a man thnn ly prevalent. Ing family name, but his t licit It death. li gh enough to y ., ,ad mi gro it pillars plantoJ on tho earth and lost say that thete things promise no reward and to write him u loiter. If Mr. Dudley expressed rcuIJ Ueforo you know lhat tho high tuilff on wool It ycu will in hit In llgent forebosl, n id ho In tho sky thoy are, and fcol tliainsulvos that triumph shall nut follow the enlightened I n ha Is responsible for thu fulluro. proieuce I nthamel ot your work dress. che t an I a rohuiN.fBiopnjoHt. HjiUu-ll-'ou to Ik), ox"4Cdiiii;ly bumble Chic igo Ail Judgment and the socer second thought of our had traveled Wuat wllh thnt "block Other vanuo. countrymen I There aro Business will lecomi to you dru Igery.anl you ! man. Culture! no weak, of five" schomo, IiihIuikI of willing It, similar failures hnvo orcut'ivd, uud ycunir ni.tu- Hon weary and despoident id em tori of tho true otter a wlil.o you w lit Io e your luce, and orlynuti,r m n V,y ,ii,i i.o stop Hit- might hnvo dined ut thu Milter establishments havo made gloat Tim liappliKH of lne Is In nctlun; tin tot Democracy, and thero thould be none. perhaps ho alterwarly. in readability, an I, last of wink- to , I'rov roliictloiis in tho oxtunt of thalr op i .Mi.r U whntri'iu U willing to Uj fut uUsri Bit inougntiut attention to political toptct It Whlto Ilouso slnoo tho oluutlon. -- r i Idlonessl. U,lL ' tu'. f.,t gwU Uur, siatlont. LouUvlllv Cvurlcv Jouruul, iivvfau eieuiiu. wBti sr day by d.j llanct) Journal, vllllany. -nine th-- N m n, o, Hroek-Inridgoflleo-sookorj y, scrub-woma1 1 corro-spondoncaetf-atfA-- mM..i Hcdgohogi as Fruit Gatherers. OreRoii, tlin l'nra.tlsn of 1'iinnrrs. Mild, sNiuablo cllmale, certain and nbuudanl Gftthorlng fruit cnti scarcoly bo called crops, llostf rnlt, Krnln, grass, slock country trnpplng mid yot thoro Is n strntcgom Initio world, rullliiforiniilloufroo. Aditrcsa Hoard, Portland, Orcou attributed to that "walking bunch of OrcgonlmmlKrutlon toothpicks" called tho A MoitnEAl. man hns patonled a device hedgehog which may propotly havo a placo In by which list claims hit can mako a year's supply of Ico for sovcutyllvo cents. that category. It aooms lhat fruit Is froquonlly found in tho hodgohog's Do kot suffer from sick headache nmnment slorplng apartment, nnd Its prosonco longer. It Is not necessary. Curler's Littles IJver Tills will euro) mi. Dote, tmo little thero Is explained In this romnrkablo pill, Hmall prlco. Umall tlosu. Binull pllh wnyi II Is known that hedgehogs often Tns dark oranges itrown In Florida are climb walls and run off upon low as tlio "African bough, and, Instead of scrambling known there m (wimur tavur, russot." Tbcy aro growing down In tho snmo mannor, thoy boldly 3 mako tho leap from tho top to tho ground, lomotlmos ton or twelve foot. Thoy coll Into a bnll In tho nlr, strlko upon tholr armor of splnos, nnd bound nwny unharmed. In inking this Jump they have boen seen to strlko upon fallen fruit, which, thus impaled upon their splnos, was cnrrlod nway by thorn, nnd this has glvon rlto to tho opinion thnt In somo such way thoy may hnvo stored tholr winter homes. Chicago Times. A Hood la essential lis good health Happy Homes. a health to the wires and the molhtrs Who sit In oof households. IihIii V l areittd ben lli- -r htlflitrn fur othsrt . The hours liiii end ill Una stir their eyes li.ta vl Ihe srlsdntii, I hs If beasts hol.l tl Intl.. r.s til bliss ssni stdness. Thtt banlthsistmdo-And what need ask mors than inlsl II nod's ." i, " .. ftjrr h. llu' how can this happiness bo kept! What shall protect tbnso wo lave, those who make n lleat en of tho Home,'- - from tbe of tliscato that Is often worso than ravai-e- s ileum, that Is, In fact, n lliicrlnt-slcntli- r IVreo's Tboqtiestlon Israslly anssverrsl Kuvortto Prescription tho standard rcmrdy to rrrj'eh ail of thoso fur womea aro subject -- is what must bo reltM wives nnd mothen to preterro ibe health ers. It psvtvar thoso diseases, and 11 " onmn ami ll.f- Mietn. It is is btMlna 11 Klvct fore a national Diessinp, health to those about W hum tho bappinesa of homo centers, tnd the slrens-t- h of u Matlou It In Its happy L mcs. (Iran r rierco'sl .eta CT ulcsjmlalslS5veuts,onoadoc.UruBi.,Hts lr r-- (m m lhhALwmsjpjasSBL s errstlni sn Pellle, loulm lb dljvtllon, and (It. Infilreutlht- - Ihe wh le stem lie sura tost I Hood's Ssrstpsrllla, lresrrd only by I , Apulhecarles, I we'P Mass. O .itellle Hi;;tIU It a winderful ntetlldne fe I. Hoot Ths moil certain PAIN snd sals In the REMEDY vorld thai Intlinl ly slops Ihe motl , tisy-aii- At.ti-blllou- s I rir.N;iutH V IlrfUtn hat become n more Inveterato dcarchewer than ever. Ho somcUmca Indu.ire In twenty ciirars a slay. Ultrlirar nro sicken of as "Widow llul ler's weeds." pc;:i-lea- pro-tcct- Tin number ot sweat jlaods. akin contains mora than 3.frV-- 0 wliicn aro the outlets of an cjual known remedy. For SPflAINS, I BRUISES. BACK ACHE. PAIN In the CHEST or SIDES, HEAD. ACHE. TOOTHACHE, or anv other EXTERNAL PAIN, lew application! act like magic, cam. Ing Ihe PAIN Io INSTANTLY STOP. INFLAMMATIONS. Tor CONGESTIONS. SORE THROAT. BRONCHITIS, COLD In the KEURAIGIA. tU CHEST. RHEUMATISM. BAGO, SCIATICA. PAINS In Ihe Small ol Ihe Back, etc.. mors ettcndeJ applications .sre necestary to elect cure. I I"-H"sls- :ru EXCI1UCIATIN0 It It truly the OIIEAT CON QUCR0R Ol PAIN, and hai done moro palm. (l ifirtrw " ws"v a op-pi- . , v.. tVhen lhs t. i,iis..lsslu)tAsior O.. .Irafl; mado upon II bv the rest of Iho avals m. It It It Its fund nt stn-iiKtlitvctsarlly very low. Tom ! with Hosteller's Htsiinsrh to ivsy out vliror In Hitters, It aoun , tha shapo of f'.i-e- rich blsxxl, containing tha eietnecta ut muscle, bono ami brain Aa a tetjuenro of tbe netv vtttor aflordctl the -sS,a l...ilt twwfiri-n- l .tnrnAA IhHr fiin. tkins rctfularlr, ami IHO liver work Ilka cincu worn, iiaiana naa no cunci vfva ss iTstcmtbus reiaforrssd. ll,lnii.r"l liratlt. R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF. PAINS, CRAMPS. CURES all INTERNAL NAUSEA, SPASMS. SOUR STOMACH, COLIC, HEARTOURN, DIARRHEA. FLATULENCY, FAINTING 'SPELLS, quickly by taking IMcfrUitj at directed. I'rUe, SO cenls. llrussl!. rl has ilocwlcl Chlcairn clearinsT-housthat bere after pout sssas should 1m rtsvivixl at tbe banks my at Ibolr actual n.s shown by weutt.t. .trk) Hap bat been made Tr Slyoart IU. h jears sales have lm reasi-vIn lSs talc were 3,04T,iM trrs. Hurwr quality, and absolute uniformity ami purilv, l4-u. made thlj Try.t Donmis' K -l Tin I WimartHss srxuui:: u;t. I Tut Isro p.ib nll "$&&$&& trjspp.re. A an mom caught on the raritle roast had an Iron snilie seven Inches long, with a balf-taebead, in its sloaiaoh. rtnsl'r I pat fivameiithslias. of ttxifi from lb .k Afi.fav ' ra w n.t Mrta fiwirt t3u j tmtrssnnlMiTir Uttds Io ray brsl, f s rasnu euakl m4 m, n e Dsyxtl la bLwsa ntanl ta .T. frseiil ttS: .XU In sv-ihy Iwt lAytldaks. , I T In riMM, svvs.. .r. tnd nsua hnus M is tsi w.wn. ted fne tk niuwiltasIssersias-alI II ttiMblnt iMfMtrtsll r.w.Satsl hm to ray I I f,r a wM )tar. sluriic tsUea itas I jean ba-ss Ud tut t att al nh J, Din yesi "Jlen wantsI"auiAraon A ever anawer a newspaper Try W I. wbosus adver-tlseraea- tl adveir-Usomea, Jio. . ttss. Books on UfcOJ Udsp-tg- P1ir. Oy, frra. r2J hi Kins -- Fl. 3nr Ttsr, M aytv -d. AtUiia, tls. rail centrally Itveated may sleuble a man and tbua naturally Increase bla sUb. lSlngbamton Hepubllcan. complexion by ()-lllil s Hair and rnrsnirM nnd p irity aro Imparted to tbe . Vi pocket-book.- s Hulphur Hasp, Mtker liye, M cents. A Noted Divine Gays: livers iislitrrTnir Liter Vllle I sssist slnnsar-ls llyapcptla, ts-l-. tnr hats olltsstM, ttllti ttlslels 1 lioteluuu sss's'isrisrst. liecss ht plf, Wusx a clrl Is bent on celtlna marrlet sbe tundt strai(tcr than ever Ken at tucky But-Jo- Yix'oan'Aelplit njtbom.tbeyaretovrnr smallandtArarti,.nisMerrr.'t. Ono pi. la dose, I Tutf s Pi s ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING. I iiirisssilssssrllilissrlsluissvssstselt llsrsss In ssll sua I rrri.iissss.ssil srl. sssrillrlsse lis Ulistsr.'Yusk. ttsss l.cl . It. smOll. .sr SOLD EVERYWHERE. Onico.-- I I Iiirnij-sSt.,"o- wi UAW-MAKE- lj laW vljt!:eUerl1lls. lfiWihrtalliy- Trylbem. riA''r.ilfi - .l the soivoiaaOallorT )lM Ilct. I rniig-rolsuir-n yE LIVrHT'VK-OmtUe-Cs-msss- MARKETS. UliscitssATt. Vork. fltst-cla- ts thun-thoi- th.-.- eccom-raOu-it-'t- UOtiit I.AMU- tHttekert ' USStstMSSS ... reO d 1 flOO,-000,0- slttil.l' - t,iv--i pwlsrs Vfct-rr--4 ailAIN No. S turn HAY rtJOi. It KisrrJIy. 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S Sn,'v4,t usmn.J ,,-n. r 8 r . t 111. . FM3t'R-Pam- llr Ult.UN Uhfl. Nal ys-- . . Wanted'' 01 ks Ostium. Vm.. lr tnuntn h t SK'tt p ssnu eipanses -- satr ioi:i; I.Altli IKXiH rv,i. j. -- m llennnl-- .my .....-- .. S 71 lack Sal rtirr Wtnfsaj&r irf-- I llvrrtTisre S1SI, sm iu OAVri.K-Pirtlqua- t al a 111 ;i tin hi sail ttSW i no Hu.l. a. i .. pi-lo- grain '.vnt, ;;. -r4rn-Mls- INHIANAI'OI.IH. :ru.. SI o 0U-M- lid UIUIHVII.I.K. ... I riilU-A- No OltAIN -- Wheal, No. ret mm tilted.. ........ ....-- ,. tUH-MI- XHl t vS siS af SsK" ss t ,ssrr aass laaSf.lSiKm CiannanDttiitiiBuiiauC0.44Aits4s,CinclAnill,(l. w DETECTIVES la tr- - .a 1 Lsirattt- -. st.-- if 3J, i . M an M be-to- rOKK I.AUD-Htottin Mett .,.w.i.. .. m....... 13 ..... Vm tt vrll Si l ", S fl -- C T rtlJC -- fill I'll)UntlCnra """"I'1 retue.1 . V Z) JJ PATEKTSs ririaMwsi ,f.r-- cteaxtno rrvTots, strws TIIK for anil io icrc-i- t. rsrx fnr w sSMaiwa, itims jtws ll, U Corn-res- t, v Srst-rat- fellow-clUie- V ADAY. fantplfs slC TO0 faoe rs urulr lM.r.'worth JH"j FRCB. THIS rs--s tt ttl--s BKswtnu sirt.tr kiii iniLoitu,,ii.ri;,ska. IMS rin t ) Sulalisa asa have'-qothi- filieiraiatisii !8 CURED BY I Vnillift lUURU fr. Tdririi-lir- , UCU tVnnleit In rflCM Mliiatlmia futuishrd. ss rni (at A'Mrrtt Vsi riiTiHB DKt JaueiTdle.Wls. lrn 1 WAlM I CLJliuU llalirKvs,,niis,tJan .(tis.Mji Iriisiuuintrrna. aus.NI ttxKiivivs , siks tuis raria t.r ss i StrrfliBlls.t llil.ll. CANCERS ki'ssu muwi tiaie. rsr a. u VtlSlsrSA f.s S4M stsa. Sk easr'S7tiiTfea"' ..., un-,.- out--ou- com-fortub- lo IfJacoiisOisf 'flAUD'MQ miTTfTTCjiloAGENTS,8.'-.?-- 1' ui:o. ,v. m mi, mil aa, Vnk 111;, prcb it an MIII-.- ic r. 1242 It Adsrrtlarlatat l tat 1 err. Ihal Jan UllirinllSAWTil AlltfllTIril n i:hk Ibis -r W. L. SSSKTSttr " ssSsraV' DOUGLAS $3 IlrstSHOE GENTLEMEN. s.oo sti.no a.no en. bo lp n - r. gun-pond- att-al- v.n.irr. cai.f miioi:. H.Sn WOHKIMl.tl IN'H hiioi:. iis.no ixioii.wrtit hiiiik. s.oo nmi mi.7.1. iiovs' hciioiii. siior.f). All msdo tn Cunitress, Itiilton slid Lace, i:iitv ii:ni;ini: iiaxii.hi:vi:ii niiiii:. vi:i.t miiii:. I'lii.iri; ami r.titMi'its' shoe, ii.Mi-si,Mi:n In llm sTiirlil. I'asitsslssss Ills od s, W. L. DOUGLAS nHITrpTnv wAw Iir tm,xln V ht Kiio-ts- o J!-- . - ,, III cut U liltr. Is W. I.. IliillsclltH H:l.l(l lilatla uf flue ( all, un Uhh siicmIs lli-- t fir Die (ini t .iiibvlrt Inside as iuiid.st.wiHl slioss, unit m la. kaor was tlirra-- i Iu liurl Ihe fti't lltiry iialr ssnrriiiitiil. W. I.. IIOIKII.AS' nime and tlm lirlcrt arc fl imiad I (l Vk r. i. t IsimT m the liottom of allhli.vriadsrriiss-iiijIiiiiiin tlkU-ll tcimri ihU iirnUfU lli)ll!iut IV, nKil"-- t lilfli I, prlir n utl (tooIi. If your drilrr ofTcrt jon l.ot I.. IH (J AH' n n.tr.or r -y wiry ro ni nurn, r i u 'T.V3-- 'l sivir'HNi, tin not i j nil pri" saiAinirvsi fn u.riii, man p && ifKVn milit nir I'tuHt on uiikuuwn ilimi Hut nrc imt w tr- dre. rtt lhrrthy. runtrJ by ,iy,NJyi tltrrufure tlu no lm liMlurrtt in Imjrihu' Hut tm lm rr pu(a Jr foTV 1 I,. JMXKII.AS' Uiinn Jiii'l iln print tlmia tint Iitc tlon. IJ.e bottom, nul t full valuu for )oi.rm sru uro y "S w 1 C Kjuriii annuallr In UtUcuuulrr by ttw Htitrrriipf TiHiiiiau1 ' slnliar tro a3Lw A iv, yourlMirui, h hiioich. BKi e!&r i yuu llw klDitorityloyfiii wintat-fiii-l yourortlcr will not If v? mJMJr M faft-iryH l' nHltcy will Uim nt you rT with tlifl price dlncl x -t frrtroimrtiHCiHly-- no mattrr wlirruyoiilhr, you tVV' w rfdirn mM ran alnM Kl (la Baa. lIHWtlLAH' nillll.rt. ISSI busl.lui.k a ttJilu Uo .nC tf.as -- n ,.)' Sill a...S asJSW StUt "fSl.. t - Sual it Sll'k BlirPa ...! IUr till VIIV( Wtslll nrari llT" JUis isiiij 1102 & $2 SHOES $3 Mnltirllll, lloal Nlyli., Heat tinTca. ileal I'lttllllT. iirr a9 tui ", wt ulr ri .... ai if.. " W.L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. - UaggSsP' to3-- Jr Jrmtr J S? v. iSlr of tHi - tsrzi vl Wl.tS .'v - .!',.. dr tulu. - '.' X, .Ut, -- JOSEPH tsrsixs luu IW nsss H- - ms rss tuva HUNTER. bV$"WhX!Asw?st , M I 4' xwa&aj t Jfjit SaW. 5flfr.;- v- 1" Vsvi or N ili-.-f I J