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A REBELLION IN 1880.
THE UNITED 8TATES THREATENED WITH A SOCIALISTIC REVOLT. Places of Power to Bo Seized and the Gov ernment OverthrownPrivate Titles to land to De Abolished Kent to Be Un known and Reoord Books Burned. Chicago, April 27. A few days ago the United Press contained a report about a projected combination of tho three principal Socialistic organizations In this country the Rod Internationalist, tho Black Internatiou alists, and tho Socialistic Labor party. While the alms of tho last two mentioned are widely known, but little is generally known of, tho Rod International, or International Workmons' association. This association was founded in Ban Francisco in lb83, and is aid to bo well organized in all the principal cities throughout tho western states. It is announced ia documents furnished their members that an uprising is oxpectod in 1889. Tho document says tho present crisis will approach a climax, but continues: "Tho timo is not yot rlpo for success. To strike this year would bo to uselessly slaughter our best people and put back the cause ono hun dred years. "Wo must tako advantage of It for agitation nnd education only. "Wo must sponk much anil act not at alL Ono year of panic means n. tripling of our forces at tho very least. And whilo, with our present 100,000 American Socialists, forcible action Is impossible, with 400,000 (which the next panic will givo us If wo manago wisely), wo hold tho game in our own hand . "We havo perhaps until lrt89 in which to perfect our plans. That year in Europo will jurcly bring grave results. In America, if figures lie not, another panicgroater, deeper and more widespread than tho preceding will bo upon us. Thon, and not till thon, may we risk a cost of tho iron dico. Thon we may strike and striko to win. The probabilities are in favor of our having in 1839 in tho United States at least half a million earnest Socialists. Tho panto comos, tho publio is pxcited, outbreaks occur, tho large canters revolt, the places whore but a tow Socialists exist aromado points for rallying of tho ronservntivo elements. In 'tlieso small places it should bo mado tho duty of tho So cialists there presiding socretly and with all the aid of scienco in destructive warfare, to raiso sufficient turmoil to keep tho Conserva tive busy at homo. Meanwhile in large cen ters bold measures should be taken. Our people should head, lead and control the pop ular revolt; should seize tho places of power; should lay baivls upon tho machinery of government.". Under that regimo tHo pronuiiciamento fleclaros that private titlo to lands will bo abolished, ronts shall bo unknown, rocord books shall bo burner!, the title to all ma chinery 'shall bo vested, in the common wealth, tho present owners turn their ma chinery over to the stato without compensa tion, and all business stocks shall bo confis cated. This is tho organization which con templates the formation of a union with the "Blacks, or adherents of Johann Most, and with tho moderate members of tho Socialis tic Labor party. AMATEUR PRIZE FIGHT. Jack Hopper Knocks Oat Miko Cunning After Twenty-Five Bounds for 8000. New Foiuc, April 27. A prize fight took placo early this morning a short distance up the Hudson between Jack Hopper, of this city, and Mat dishing, of Elizabothport, N. J., the amateur light weight champion of Now York and Now Jersey. Tho battle was for 250 a bide, and an added puree of $400. Hopper was declared the winner at tho end pf the twenty-fifth round, when he knocked Gushing out. Gushing Is twenty-one years old, stands fire feet five and a half; and weighed 128 U2 pounds. Hopper is twenty eight years old, stands five . feet six and a balf, and woighod ISO pounds. Tho fight was by lamp light, and was a bloody one. The ilrst fifteen rounds' witnessed savage Gghting, Cuslilng having slightly the best of tt and winning first blood. In the seven teenth1 round Gushing made a furious lunge .at Hopper's head, but missed, striking a spec tator and flooring; him. In the eighteenth round Gushing, split Hopper's nose, and in doing so broko two small bones in his right .wrist; and on regaining his -feet, Gushing planted blow after blow both with tho broken right and with his left hand on Hopper. In round twenty-five Cushing tried to force tho pace again, and swinging his injured right landed on his opponent's face with such force that ho ngain broke it above the' wrist, imashing all tho bones and shoving then) through tho tkin. Hopper was urged to go in an.d'llnish his man, which ho did by send ing in his' left with terrible force on tho point of Cushlng's jaw knocking him out. Tho fight lasted ono hour and forty minutes. A Mob After Jennie Bowman' Murderer. Louisville, Ky., April 37. A dispatch Bays a rumor reached the jailer at Frank fort, Ky.., where Turner and Patterson, tho assailants of Jennio Bowman, 'were confined, just after dark last evening that a great ertf'wtof people were gathering to mob tho prisoners.' Jailor Williams1 at once called for assistance, and obtained guns from the arsenal. Police and citizens were called 'upon and responded. Groat crowds col lected on the corners and discussed tho. situa tion, and a loader was all that was lacking, or else tho negroes would have Immediately 1een taken out and killed. In the meantime tho oflicials took the prisoners from tho jail and escaping out of the back' way took' the fast, bound train, and supposedly took them to Lexington for safe keeping. Flood at Evans vlllo. Evansville, Ind., April 27. The river has been rising rapidly during the past few days, and last night at 8 o'clock reached tho danger line, six feet on the gauge. A largo portion of tho bottom land in this yicinity ia covered with water, and tho river is still rising at the rato of over an inch an hour. News from Jasper says the Patoka river is. at an alarming height, and is still rising. The mills, factories, lumber yards and many dwellings havo water in them from one to four foet deep. Tho Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Air Lino railway depot i.1 sur rounded by water, and the country letween Jasper nnd Huntingburg is one vast island. Criminal Carelessness. Tewie Haute, Ind., April 27. Mrs. Cbrlstlno Oponhod visited Mrs. Imen, a neighbor, at Fontnnot, nine miles cost of tills city, and while thero fooled with a pistol. Tho weapon wont off, striking Mrs. Imen in tho abdomen. Sho would havo bocoine a mothor in a fow days. Tho child was bora flead with a bullot holo through tho hood. Tho mothor is dying, POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Topics of tho Times Given In a Torso and Spicy Manner. Local option was carried at Harrisonburg, Virginia. The Greenback-Labor party of Pittsburg has joined Henry George's party. Jake Sharp, the New York prince boodlor, will bo put on trial next Friday. Schienwead & Lee, stereotypon, of Clil cago, suffered a $150,000 loss by Are. Tb Vwburg Manufacturing company, of Brooklyn, burned out. Loss (200,000. West Virginia legislature took a half day's recess to see John Robinson's circus. Florida legislature adjourned till May 2, when balloting for senator will bo resumed. State Senator Ketcham, of Missouri, has been indicted for election frauds at St, Louis. The Afghan ameer suffered another de feat by the rebels, losing 100 of tho royal army. m The St Louis stove patterns reached Troy, N. Y., and all foundries aro closed ia consequence. Bask Ball. Brooklyn 10, Baltimore 10; Athletic 10, Mote 0; St. Paul 5, Detroit 6; Nashvillo 18, Savannah 5; Memphis 10, Charleston 1. An old shell dug up at Harper's Ferry ex ploded while its contents were being ex tracted. Two persons wcro fatally, and six seriously, injured. Granite blocks from Now Hampshire for Cincinnati pavements con not bo' shipped without losw bocauso of tho increased rates under tho interstate law. A Pittaburg paper publishes that tho Pow dorly administration has virtually boycotted all so called labor1 papers not in accord with Powdorly's viows on tho Knights of Labor question. Three young men, named Charles Moron, August Rousseau and Joseph Huard, wero drowned at St. Romauld, Quebec, by the up setting of n boat. Honoro Huard saved him self by clinging to a cake of ico. Tile sonato resolution extending nn invita tion to tho American Forestry Congress to hold Its noxt session in September, 1887, at Springfield, I1L, and tendering the use of tho assembly cliamber, was concurred in by the house. Boston base hall reporters havo decided to resume tho former system of scoring gamoi in relation to bases on balls, which hereafter they will not scoro as base hitsl An ofrort is being mado to have the rules changed in this respect. j Assistant Secretary Mnynard has informed customs officers that imported or reported liquors withdrawn for conumptiou, aftor having been warehoused, are subject to duty on the quantity entered tcj warehouao, nnd not on tnat ascertained on withdrawal lor consumption.' Machine Moldors Strike. Cincinnati, April 27. Tho 3()0 machine mlders in tho employ of Hoofiughoff & Lano's Cinrinnatti foundry, at W to lbO East Front street and 2 to 8 Lawrence street, went out on a striko last night. They de manded yesterday of the firm that overtime should bo counted as timo and a half. The firm asked for a week to consider the matter. The men wanted a decision at once, and on the firm's refusal to at once decide went out. Nono of them were at work this, morning, and it may take somo days to effect a settle men President Fitzpntrick, of tho Inter national Iron Moldera, will do all in his power to straighten matters. It is stated by the firm that tho mon do not make ovortime more than a day or two each week. The men claim that they have to work a groat deal of overtime, for which they do not rw celvo adequate pay. Tho Weather. Washington, April 27. Indications: Local showers followed by .fair weather, slightly warmer, varlablo winds, generally south to west. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Quotations of tho Money, Stock, Produce and Cattle Market for April SO. New York Money X per cent. Exchange steady. Gorernment steady. I Currency nixes, li6J bid; (ours coupons 120&; fours-anU-naUH, 1I(J bid. The stock market opened wra'c and heavy and on belling by some foreign holders prices de. dined HQrtW percent. Farther define of H to per cent was recorded by midday. The weak ness of the market wan attriouted to tears of selling o American securities by fonLja holdeis resulting f rum complications between France and Germany. Bur. &. Quiiicy. 145i Canadian IVieillc. ... t0a Canadian Southern 01 Central racitlu 40W CCC. &I Wtf 1 Mich. Control ....92 Missouri Pacific.. 108 N. Y. Central.... 113J4 Northwestern .... Wt'A Northern I'aciip,. IWj do uref erred.. 01 42 Del. & iiuuHon an Del Lack W 187 Denver &IUoO 80 Erie seconds 36 S Ohio & Miss 81- I Pacific Mall 6GU Heading. .a 45JJ llock Wand VJ7 St. Paul 81W do preferred.. .119m Union PuciHo 6154 Illinois Central 1S5M Jersey Central BOtf Kansas A Texas,... &l Lake Snore 03 Louisville A Nosh... 68 Western Union... 77J Cincinnati. FLOUIt-Kancy, $3.004.15; family, S3.S0Q 8.u. WHEAT No 8 rod, 77(800; No. SL 93(83Uc. CORN -No. 3 mixed, 41c; No. 3 mixed, iXVifi'. OA-'iS No a uiiied, iUJSOu; No. 'i mixed, 1 lt)lU.-rl'am!iy, J15.S0531tJ.W; regular, $16.60 10.75. . -J , LAJtD-Kettie, 7Ma7Wc. ' t UACON tihort, oleur sides, BMp, . CIIEKSB-fritiia to choice Ohio, ll12o; Now; YorK, 18M(314o. i POIIIi'itf Common ehlckens. 2.75(2&8.9 oee dozen; fair to prime, $15(2)1.00; ciioic.$l,(XIa; 6.(X): ducks. $iJo23.00; lire turkeys-flOi-J I WOOu-t-Unwoaned medium elothlng,iK34q; fine merino, lsa&W; common, .iSaw; tieooa washed lnediuiii'ciothinir, 283t)c; coiiiblng.aoa.' '800; flne-merloo, X and XX. S8i389c;ihUrr 'and ootu, Kilou; tub washed, aaaio; pitllwl. SOo.1 HAY No. 1 timothy,10.6)(ail0.7&. No. ii.t3.00dv 10,00; mixed, $8.00; prulrle, 7.0070; wheat,-! I Oftts and rye straw, $& 006.u0. (71 1 CATl'LE Jood to choice butchers, $3.75.6);1 falr,.'$i.i(i63,oi; common, 1.7Si.70; Blocker and feedaru, $4,7tl.-W; yearllnn and Calvoa,! .7Ba.70. ' ' ' ltMi! tseieci Dutcnens ,'03.o3;iairu)Koo packuTKri5.0O.4O: fair to KOodlfKUt, (1 H0&5.AI Mmuioii, HMtai.76; cullsr$;U&.a). packing oomuion. KHBEP-Cominon to fair. .75ft3 so: eood to choice, $8.t((&4.5; common to'fair lambtj, $0.00 r.t; cood to ciioico. t.'.!aa.a). , New York. YHEAT-No. 1 stato red, Wo; No. 8 red whv tr,(Uio; Juno, 03a COHN-Mixed, 80io; May, a OATS-No. 1 whito state, 88U0; No. 2, 8fj)a CATrLK -J.ta5.C5 per 100 lbs, live weljtuu HOOS-iS 7.lrt 00 per 100 lbs. BHEE1 5 (X).ti)5.M per 100 lbs. live welRhU COri'ON tjuiet; midland uplands. 10)o; do Neyv Orleans, 10 18-10c; April, 10.57c; Ma,lQ.40o; June, IOAVj; July, lO.tUo; August, 10.6lM;jiopton ber, 10.8bc; October, 8.07o; Norembor, 0.&5O. Pittsburg. CATTLE Slow; roonlpUi, 183; HWpinenta, 151 Prime, $..00(09.35; fair to good, ilt'0&J.89; common, il'5)I.W. HOGS -K.r.n; nil sold; rocelpto, 400; ship, menu, tl.ciOO head; l'hlUulolphlaa. .00ao.00; Yorkers, t-XWitA.i 5; common and llglit, $o.-J8a 6.40; plKi, 1UO&5.00. aUEEl'-BlOA ; iu-iine, 11.00O4.S0; fair to good, t8.B0d.75; common, 10).&o; Iambi a&Q& 6.0a tocoipu. 200 head; " THERE'SIBUTIONEILOWEST If you want it, purchase from our Spring Stockleading in Quantity Quality and Style. 5,000 yards of wide Hamburg Edgings at 8 cents per yard; five hundred yards very wide Hamburg Edgings at 12 cents per yard; new Satteens, new Ginghams, new Seersuckers, new Worsted Dress Goods, new White Goods. A mammoth stock of Carpets, cheap. Floor Oil Cloths at 25,J30 and &5 cents per yarcl.Y Window Shades in great variety, and very low. Kid in all the new stiodes. Look at our, JGInlaundried Shirts at 45 and 48 cents. We can save you 10 cent on every yard of Carpet -you. buy from us. J. W. Sparks & Bro. No. 24 Market Street, THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN. GrOOCH'S OF WILD CHERRY, TAR, GLYCERINE, ETC. vVXLZ. GHR CONSUMPTION, Md Is the best remedy for tHo cure rt all .i!lM'ons M Ihfl Throat, Lungs and Chetl. such as Contumpllon Colds, Coujh6, Asihma, biunchitii.Whoou.hu Cbugh, Crouii, Palnor Oppftssiunol the Chest, Hoareepesj, Spi't'nrj rf Blood, and all Pulmonary PJjmscs. COEMPTION' CAN BE OREO! WR haro the era Hying ftct to Imow that it can bo cured -with HOOCH'S MEXICAN MNIUP. Tube ruloiism-t'ui h iinilili. iniri' t ,in i uuritbincnt lr)j-rffcii. oigiinlzed. w If wo can procure tbi uiranlz.u,. :i of tlilrfoul iitrriudso thut through tlie pi t .' t-li-cirlc affinity It biay take II ilac In the Brttem, vrc e n emu tho disease Tills Is just wlmt this fjrup doc?. It at once atop u progress of llmdl -a Iit ir wmli g tho further rnpjih of tiUxjctilotis niulter, lor while the system 1 mder its influence al in.rrijiiiuei.t)8cjrac!zr. I ami a:. ml.iitfd. It tlius controls C'oupn-, Night Ktreati i 'l alt olhiT Mit 1 1 Loiisiinipuoni Coiirumptl n is cine ol tte moM .loathju mo umI IciiIMp if al utitl di-eunc. nnd tn.il i ihellfeof tliopoi-rdaitutnptlvea hrll m eaith. Until nnmlv tfmt terrible dls 1 1) Irm U'Oti cuu-udeml tin affliction beyond tlic ri&xli of mrxilclno; but n new cr.i In tho management a ulinoiiury discaseshtfin" t' I n (l.iwulng upon (hescluitlEciued calwfuld, aid, fine ninny distinguishes !iT8lcians havo acknowledged that consumption cm bn cured, few there aro up attempi tu O'ntroTer lelr opinion. To those singled out 09 victims to that fatal initially, we offer a len.cdy tureln its result ii bring back health to tfieir poor wiiiliened trainee, and jT to the hearts of their friends. Consumptives, bocauso all other things fail, believe- not that MEXICAN SYRUP will. Not n single sul rer need perish If he or eho will take GOOCH'S MEXICAN PYHUP in time. A cough Is unlike anj ithersympti tnuf disease. It stands a en- spirator, with IhieatenlngTlce. menacing the health and exist tnreof a vital organ; so commence at onraattbo first Indication of a couch. TRY IT, you wliosufltrjOni X-eonvlucwl. lioyou want to bo avd from a consumptive's grave? 7 hen mnke one more trial. Thl emedy lain thereach of everybody; It onlv rotsSOcentsa bottle. Isyour life not worth SO cents? 1 o, mako one mora trial. Is not your lifo indeed wmth one more trial? Test the trtuh of our -words, i inly by ono single bottle; and never give way todlspair till you arocortnln tlierels Dohoie. It has cure nousands, and it will euro you. As we would plead with a friend to save him from taking his own llf i) wo plead with you to save yourselves from a premature grave. We positively guarantee a perceptible an ontlnuoua improvement when the medicine Is faithfully and persistently used. PREPARED DY THE CINCINNATI DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., 54 Miln St, Cincinnati, Ohio. 70B SAZiB 3TT -&.TjXj DHATG-O-IBTB. It not on sole at nearest desier, will send two bottles, post paid, on receipt of 81.0ft, MINER'S s 3 SHOES! -For Gontlomon are ABE F1BST QTJAl-ITir DQNGOLA TOPS, VERY STYLISH. CRIMPED TOPS, BUTTON BALS EVERT PAIR aprll lGdtf j. sji.iaX:iiirs.'i.-. -ni'AOIfDB,' WATCHES, 1 . SPECTACLES. FAlfQY BARGAINS IN BLACK FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS. Gros Grain Silk, former price $1 00, now. sold at $ Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Gros Grain Silk, former Gros Gros Gros Gros Gros .Grain Silk, former Grain Silk, former Grain Silk, former Grain Silk, former Grain Silk, former B. McKRELL, No. 0 Sutton Street, - - .KJIP THE BEST OF ALL.- tH tfAlfrHTSSB.-S' GAM SEAMLESS, PERFECT FITTING, and CONGRESS. WARRANTED. MINER'S SHOE STORE. ai JEWELRY, rt 1 I ' GOdB GROS GRAIN SILK 80 90 00 25 60 75 .00 price 1 10, now sold ab price price price price price 1 25, now sold at 1 1 50, now sold at ,1 2 00, now sold at 1 2 25, now sold at '1 2 60, now sold at 2 - Adjoining Postoftjce. PRICE CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000. " We do hereby certify that ue tupervut th arrangement for all the Monthly and Semi' Annual Drawing! of the Louisiana State Lot tery Company, and in'perton manage and con trol the Drawing themtelvet, and that the tame are conducted with honetty, fairneu, and in goodfaith toward all parties, and we authorise the Comoanv to use this certificate, with taa-tim- ile of our signature attached, in it advertise- tnent CommiMloBera. We the undersigned Sank and Bankers wttt pay all Prize drawn in the Louisiana State Lot teriee which may be presented at our counter. J. IX. OOI ESBT, Pre. La. National BIc. P. IiANACX, Prraldeat State Natl Bk. A. B AI m IN, Prea. W. O. National Bk. CAItl KOI1N, Frcs. linlon Nat'l Bank. w Unprecedented attraction 1 Over halv A MILLION distributed ! LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COM Incorporated In 1868 lor twenty-five years by the Legislature for Educational and Char ltable purposes with a capital of $ I, COO, 000 to which a reserve fund ol over $560,000 has since been added. By an overwhelming popnlar vote Its fran cMse was mado a part ot the present State Constitution adopted Decern ber 2, A.D., 1879. The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by the people of any State. KBJt never scales or postpones. lis Grand Hlnglo Number Drnwlnea take place monthly, and tho Beml-Annunl Draw Inns every six months (June and December). KBA Nplciiditt opportunity to wia n Fortune. Fourth Grand Drawing, class E, in the Academy of MuMc, New Orleans, TUES DAY, May 10, 1887-2WIU Monthly Drawing. Capital Prize, $150,000. NOTIOE.-TiclteUare 810 only; Halves, 8& Fllti8,82:Tonths.l. L,lt or Prlsen. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE ot.150,000......8160.000 1 GRAND PRIZE of. 50,000 60,000 1 GRAND PRIZE of. 20,010...... 20,00 2 LARGE PRIZES of. 10,000 20,000 4 LARGE PRIZE8 of. 6,000. SftOO 20 PRIZES of. 1,000...... 20,000 50 " 600 25,000 100 300 80,000 200 ' -....-.... 200 40,000 600 " ... 100...... 50,000 1,000 " 60 MflQO APPBOXM ATK FBXZBfl. 100 Approximate Prices or (300 820,000 100 " " 200............ 20,000- 100 " . " 100 .... 10,000 2,178 Prices, amounting to...........e68S,000 Application tor rates to clubs should be made only to the offloe of trt company in New Orleans. For further information write clearly, kIt- IriR fnll address. POSTAL NOTES, KxpreM money uruers. or now xorx itxenange in or dinary letter. Currency by express (at oar expense) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleana, La., Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. 0. Address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, Tiew Orleans, La. KGftlCITlDGI Generals Beauregard and Early, who are In oharce.of tho drawings. Is a guarantee of absolute fairness and in teg. rlty, that tho chanced are all equal, and that noonocan possibly divine what uumbeis will draw a Price. KKKKMBEK that Four National Banks guarantee tho payment of Prizes, ano-that all tickets bear the signature ot the President of an Institution, whose franchise ia recog nlced In the highest Courts; therefore, beware ol any Imitations or anonymous schemes. SOMETHING NEW Gr O 1 O- G. S. HANCOCK, No. 40 Market street, Mnysville, Ky., for good and cheap Groceries and Produce, and everything usually kept in a first-class retail grocery. Cash ortrade for produce. MTHonest weight and square dealing. MALTBY, BENTLEY & CO., Wholesale and Retail (3Bd(BBS3 WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCOS AND TEAS Fins Concord Wine for medicinal purpose., No. IB, Market Street, T , CVRX.XT, Sanitary Plumber, 8AS 5 STrAM FITTER, Curlay's newsyRtem of House Drainage and eutllatlon. Bath rooms nttod np with hot ind cold wator a spoolalty. Also a largf npply of (ron, Lead and Stone Pipe, i lobe, Angle and Check Valves, water and team. Gauges, Force and Lift Pnmps, Rub er Hose, Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes, 'ersonal attention given to all work and saw ifactlou guaranteed. T. J. OURLE7, eoond street, above Market, opposite Omar Vxison's, Mttvsvllle, Ky flSdly