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Tijriv1 IMS i 4 '"SSSeqn BJBMMBBBsWBsMssss---s3BPIBf" c, " PTjJSST E ' jFSssj!sWL-fBssWnsssW BSacSBBlBC V THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHEDJEVERY FRIDAY tt fr su. sssssssV '4 m9DT bsssshT ic Job Printing: EXECUTED GEORGE WARREN; y ky, n OSm Hefaia Building, Cliuton Street.! &THE HICKMAM COURIER , With Neatness and Dispatch. EkiFr "25" TsssssssftSssssW sssssssV- - urrvsLOPES, LBTTSK-HBAB- BILL8, I OEOROS WARREN, Editor, . .7 i 1 I, - 'r - - 1. """" u i, i. "' " "" ' i, '"" am " " "' "" "" I L I- The Olrtewt Nowspapoi in Wtem Koutucky. - "sssssfc-vSS- I3rVIT-A.T,ION'O- i r WKk hone UBHCRJPTIOV, AHEAD. M,al-r- l. !.. I ESTABLISHED Then he tried llio cloth, spreading out Ultl COrnCr .f 5t 0r OW h "J"3? laid it on tho table and used it ho wanted to see what it could do. Well, sure enough, there appeared on it delicious foodand a great deal of It, and plenty of drink besides. Ite took just a little taste himself, and tl0. he gave thu,dog as much as he could eat. When the folks, who had been to church, cajue'bn'board again thc"Cap- taiu said: "Where did you get all that "full as a food for tbe dqg? JSe sausage, and "as lazy as a pig." "O, I jjave him the, bones," said the . (KM ..... AN. j. w.ja PTTTTON fnTTXr'PV TRNTTI(K Yn?PTnA r ATTttTTST v vw vii i a, J5 v-- l j.v' 1 '-- -- - -- - - 9.0. 1SS4. mt. xix.--? j A KIwMitf BIO.; BTCf, BssR. OJSXaX n tr JW.B 2ULES Jtaa taey Vermont now has 2,290 school dli PVorchnnV knOWS thftt Mkfi.fuVa Blame's letter may lmvo fnlleirJ The following is the speech dehr ft b&s not escaped observatioti that a wctuinuKoi, uui lagans they is "an institution poculi aisRbodd tricts and 2,250 schools, a decrease ol the Kewblican National plat llio .sssr " :r crtid by lor J liurman at a ro-; three schools since 1&&.Itutlahd Ilex-aiIsland. As a matteroi gj, rescmbletl a crazy tutiiU Indiana eeut mificatioh meeting at Columbus, ? a,.en(ef.ioU of the Kepub- eise fioem to havo flourished heanat;orial psjhty; neatly every new Ohio . Thirty thousand dollars is to bo wham thev hava boen and positive avoyal jji H exhadsts itself Durbin Ward struck tho 3Ir. TPuesiukm II.And Is the royaifMkHniie raised by the women of Denver to en- nl.ttri-bakt.n perafelous the other dav wh?n he said ' Whan f.K.WlV the Incttnlini , u..professorship in the university ill Onw.nl.r wm i. my punoso trltonflllr!!1!- upon some persistently liiiblt whichevbr epoat part' hai n.iiiw A n aboririnal snssssBssBWcd dow ato be held by women for all time. followed it lnt nit lie wellareuemanus the defeat ;v.0u. With ntBe'eoa dead. t. there somewhat hilly on some trreat questions now since it came inlSTpowcr. is said, theofiJJUine." lor iu It under consideration by tbe American people. Denver Tribune Haw many is that to the mile? Hold'onI I cooked clams ro.tstedl tMsMeated Tho platformcbndemns "the inTIlPlV t.: Itirtr.i nhi-i.-r ...! nKimmt. but the last few duys I ha e been suffering Tho record is made and the work to done. , in severely, not with unvihlutr the matter wlta equalities of thokriff," and pledges tho The school population of San Fran ctnnna Tlll4 i.4 DrBCi Though most of them peri.b$l along tbe track. Isift ina my heart orfevllnyscauscd by dLapK'ntmont j We ought to.be thankful thai six oarac back. which clams are baked iMsBsWre re- - Cisco has become so large that therje are ft UUILK3 inrlr tn 'VrifTltof'l l!,n. Mil oiltnlto bUVUli HIT . honcshnau than there is in au entire urreirrer, dui iroui iiihi io waica oiu im-i-i Of eounfee wo must count niton toH and pain: ometlnjes MibJected an attack i "the burden of ijnueecssary taxation" sorts on Narragansett B iBmE 8n" not buildings enough for the reception j invseir arc reginnnt of "plumed knight." Sattfchkof the record aa think pftbegalnl IUO of rhoumututn and the conseounoo WV have passed beyoad tho Ilrkish mark. ana instruction ot tne cmiurwu. terprising paletacos wi " art " make Sreij true Democntt will lay hia in no condition tollowevi-r- . anytblnir liko the "'t" unueccsaOr iKf "1 "' yields" a sor- Pour utiles ahead: be H'rtMiri'im flnll. i t bakes of to day. .'Thp this taxation tr I were In And here and yonder aro cold nad stark prejudco. his ambition, his indiridll- - elaborate sieeo!i. " rt'atchod bv all visttoi bsbbHb" aro f uetiv ni ossllile coiiilltion, I should occupy but a nlus that the - At the recent session of thoLti-thera- n trnment has uause Our nineteen dead. boy. niity tnu ins tactions Un the party Hmall lwirtion or time, for tho reason fcround large .. beds of sloncsl lyia jjcople oucht to be Ministerium a committee wm That was a good boy, o thiuk of aitar ( a voluntary saenhco to the that that there arv vmir numerous speakers here. for. and that P.. mi nn rui It j I traits the practiee of near tne uiuing niuuj-- TT appointed to revise the catechism. ".A" and sMJino of them from abroad, and it would "relieved." r the tlog, too,'- said the Captain. Turn over the loaf that payo is daric party jowl. ic hr.arnil nn a.' OTfli be but common civility, to say nothing- ot "unjust discrii aud excessive JtcioaJ. it that's glory enough for him. Then the boy spread out tho cloth, resolution was auopiea perrainini; LuUnless ilr. Blaine vio'aU's good Justice, for mo to ovi;py but little time. Ido l.hll(T.1,, b rai inationand assorts iliat r Taouah cold is his tleste ami his eyes are dliuv and in a moment tt was so full of food which is set fire to aad aVBHte bura theran pastors to preach in churches of oads. not deslro to cjepriv1 lbem of the privilege of SoHft livea must be offered for such a galn, ""ormrWWJ;i down- - When tue.si tocMMdrvmwient- - otner uenoannatiou. be. AsM&lnkon'oaYrbrhttobeproud and vain. and various drinksthatthosbip's people taste by taking au active part in the belntf heard, aud therefore shall ho very briat itoUphtto i ti ,ibited.-- ltoomptama 1 . . p.HOM n nr II rmr mmi iriaair- IWIIWtlwl.p ni rzimr a 'W rm 1 Tl.A pvesentjeumpaign. his letter may. be, no- - In mv r.:miirkJjpHll.jM-i!'"'r-a- 4. fodo, .rtd wiW wii it fir l.'. y. K mr .. ... Seha8ptMMdouriuriU' the northward had never before sat down lo such.j3. ilPi.. i,i ' tv' 'i ., CT9K 'puxJox,?ri'nrjnrnc"xigTaje,ifeweii r.i1T?..I fomfcl fl gvou bhuii iu iu(uu a tt denounc8f.o "Importation of con- - holibveinlWiiert of "tffd Keeffort'lntf illlHoff" by a'corps or atf chftalrlbaVi aea Pr&fbyteriaa t ' . n ffRM!WHNMiB&HHB! Xoeparr. iromiso our political opponent tract labor as an otleuso against rtne cTonr-- mil t.lio. most, riarflnil methods in tho clams are pottrea on .mthe .ttbasiwi' ifitMr' l lWrt Dntl civillyor wbethaaVf ul that mmKzmw?BS&&r' more aDD trcauL3,iB0H "wFl"" Uod beip the dead! Mr came back, When the boy was airain alone with iiii in We are at the outset ol "- -... ! v AM . . The I'lUIMUU letters J 1UII that as we.i asI ourselvei ....If.!....! campaign wtiico ipirit of American institut'ons." " It fjoth political parties, and upon the ful, and commence to histind sputter riaiiinmnla. ' has. .k. J" the dog he thought he would try the )tr(i can accommodate, anu win P,rpwWn-- J ?7lnBIFB''l' Y. Sun. Blaine marketed his mimes 1X5 I wlltilililnuhplhprrhHnnns of irorernment condemns "tne acquisition of la'ge strength of extensive evidence. This at a terrible rate. Thc( upon this sword, too, so no struck tho animal Speaker Five daughters1 oC be the at a valuation of hundreds of ' ehali longer continue In nevernanus of thebeen tracts of the public lands by corpora- belief is strengthened by the pains that funeral pyre of the bivalrj is thrown a President Barrio3 are in the school, it with the blaok edge, and It fell dead GIFTS. In my lire THE publican party. 1 have rail- - eo thoroughly convinced ot the tnUhfulnces thousands of dollars to a wild-ca- t 4 tions, or indirSduals, especially where he aud his supporters are taking, not to mass of seaweed, and thisn turn cov- is but a short time since there was no upon the decK; uut wnon ue turnci tne . ' ay company or what l nhall bay to-- ght an I n w am. Tho such holdings aro in the hands of nonTMBatatcA Frnm the Xerweicla and got the mono-ered with canvas. The jaweed and it with stronger swora anu strucK witti tne wnue oug Albany snlrltnf nnr institutions, the wclfaro Of OU resident aliens " ltderaands of Congress demolish but to laugh it down or iguore tho canvas serve to provej the steam Protestant service in the whole Repub-- -" Argus. One time there was a poor woman, it sprung ni) alive and wagged its tail of tha country, and tho rights of the citizens lie N. I. Times. 4 VOHf who, with her son. used to go around at its Blain- - was active in turning tho rreat Commonwealth all demaud tuat ths "the speedy recovery" of forfeited land it at all events to dodgo it. That is from escaping, and the fomer adds to , But he hadno chance lierea College is on tne ooraer nne Kppubllcnn party shall go (apjilOuie t that grants to railroads. It demands 'the the condition of things that is at tho the flavor of tho clams. BepBbltcau ich. if not bftgging, and had neither a crumb of to try the book. over to !' Knov there shall be a chaiize or the udmitiUtratlon the blue grass and the moun-- J j food nor aisticfc of fuel at home. At In bottom of the Independent movement, gritty, aro considered a uicacy when between Kentucky. The pupils aro diThen they sailed prosperously a long Nothings when tho cry of down with of Our National affairs. 'Applause) th restoration of otir navy to its nay, It and so it becomes more particularly tho cooked in this way by tty epicures of tains of about equal numbers betweea 3tm first she "west about through the neigh- time, till a storm came upon them which the foreigner was raise'd. .Still we aro monarchical countries tiio saint prescribe strength and efficiency." of Usually vided in borhood and then she came to the cUy. lasted many days, and they lay aad informed by certain fools that the Irish very letter whentheir iniUuions In perpe- calls upon Congress to "remote the Independent issue. It is large enough the Narragansptt county. men fcball rule whoro and males and females and between whites aftftam DemocratloinstKn-tlon- s burdens by which American shipping of itself to conduct tho campaign to lobsters, fish and potatoeand, in their had for a while gone from drifted so that they did not know where will voto for Blaine. After she tuity. Tbe central idcaof and blacks. Boys and girls, whites BWriZ is that power shall not long ro.t in tb houf o to house there, she camo to the they were. At last the woather cleared, There hao been two or three bands of any one man or set of men. Hence has been depressed, so that it may again BlaWs defeat. If hfl is a pure and season, also, a few sweet otatoes, aro and blacks, sit side by side together, at residence of the burgomaster, a fine, and they came to a country far away, prominent Republican officials in the we find In our Constitutions, both State and ho trim thaLjp&havc a commerce which honest man, then he is one of the most thrown into thc bake wit the clams. common table and recite in thegama , WM, d man, one of tbe best in where they knew no one, but they could past twelve years who have proposed to Federal, limitations upon the power of tho leaves no Jk unexplored and which unfortunate. Hut, in that event, he The shore dinner at wbjh I did my a On ponimnecnieuL .oav tue ..inmm: officials whom we choose. Your President the city. He was married to a daugher perceive that there was a great trouble turn the rascals out, but in the end tho is chosen for lour years, .iwiougn eugiuio t kes no law from a superior force." It should not run away from tho issue, share of tho clam consuiahf tho other colors and the sexes altcrnate'on the"- '- yet the csample set by the resolves that "it is tho duty of Congress for it will pursue and have it out with day was a fair example i the average cf the richest merchant there. As they there, and that was the case, too, for rascals have turned them out. For to ,.. j ItmJt. m r platform. Chicago Herald. Father cr our Country, who was reelected haduo other children but one daughter, tho King's daughter had the leprosy. further information inquire of B. H. but once, has never been broicn down to thll to enact such Jaws as will promptly and him beforo tho campaign is ended. feast of thc sort-- it is served in a of Terra del Jr'uegov A The people this little girl wa-- the pet and darling, Tho King came down to the ship and Bristow. building, ill opon at tho day. There has never been but one attempt effectually suppress the system of Boston Pod large barn-lik- e repute at one It deto break It. aud it was a signal failure. Also polj gamy within bur territory." and there wa3 nothing too good for her. asked if there was no one there who sides; and at the long, tables pro- who had an unenviable scale of civ- -' Motuiug in this cattioaigh has i a arc in When this poor boy came there with could save her and make her well been more amusing than Elkm's vouch- - your Senators and Congress yourelected for of clares that the National Government A DIsappoIutiiieiit to Reformers. people. time of being lower in the vided, sat two or three hmdrcd members likewise limited term, people on the Jtijswm. his mother, the little girl immediately again. is supremo within tho sphere of its steaming clams we brought in ili.ation than any other or. " Mr. Blaine knows all about the; of tho House of Kepresentatives. tho on Governments ara National duties, hut the States have reMr. Blaine's letter accenting the Be- Thefrisky waiters iu largelin pans, and face of the earth, have now been eers composing tho State became acquainted with him and when by No, there is uo one," said those who proprieties." Belknay should match it ais j elected for limited term?. Tho same is muuenco r 01 lXttmmgt for the Prcsidencv the burgomaster saw that they were were into so far brought under the dashed without with a certih'cate about the "equities," true or your niemb-r- s or the Legislature, city served rights which should be faithfully publicana nomination deck. will be disappointment to those of hfs were for their receptionjn the table. Christianitv that there is in that regipn JIM-eeo the good friends so ..soon ho took the boy 1 "Is up on the one else on board this and Kellogg with ono about the "veraci- j' and township oJiiiaK 11 nee we ot gov maintained.'1 dishes no ' J'..W central ida of the democrat io form -. dolarations of a party Republican adtnirdrs who expected au Thore was great noise aid confusion, a church and regularly organlzedwdis-- J If these mat she migut'tiave htm for a play- ship?"there thc'King. t brniuBut is to prevent long continuance in ties ' Exchan qt. asked as an indictment admixture of dash and brilliancy irt the as thl! crowd fell too audlegan to strip trict, with schools, orpnauago, nimo. mate. Wolf, they played together, and office. What is true of individuals is true ol out of power put forth "Yes, a little ragamuffin," said they. As poor Logan reads the comcomposition, for there is nothing in it off the shells, which werj thrown hap- and mothers' meetings, and indeed the parties. No man believes more llrmly than 1 busied themselves together, and read policy Ol be-KllilN "Let him come, too," said the.. .King. ments on his letter of acceptance ho do In the great Jjle6lngT that have been hon- I OI tile would bo US uoiuiuaiu unmj;uiiiu that is especially original or strking. machinery ofaparishtobe'fouud they strictly consistent and and went to school together, and were tho by hazard on the clothless tttle; for baked whole town. Philadelphia Press. TJie bov came and said" he thought must not fail to rcmenil er that it was stowed in times long gone was uponDemocrat is evidently designed as a Repubin any It tho always good friends" and never disa- he should be able to make hor well. permissible. But thoy are the declaraored Democratic party. It on Jarragansott s tho New York Tribune which drew at lo party that add d su h Immense territory to tions of a partywhich has been in pow- lican campaign document, aud to tho clams are eaten "Since 1t was in England ton years- - I-- - Vaa greed. ;, . ... shores in a way that stonislies . the co'untryt that added so much wealth to when' lib ''heard tention lo his eminent Then the Can'tain. . u.c.u ra Jn protectionist element who consti- strangers, altho'ugh it ill seems per- ago, remarus air. aioouy. ati unchalto the Irish our country: that dlSiivnlnatoJ its principle er and has wielded- an almost One day when, the burgomaster's this, grow so angry and frightened that vote, based on the a legation that he our and near throinriiout the length and lenged authority for twenty-thre- e tho tute much tho larger portion of fur v?ife was sfanding by the window he flew is the been the greatest imaginable changa 1 n ft to the natres. It around in a circlel like a- bum- was not even on sptakinr terms with breadth of tho land, uut tin ad finally came to year; ot a " party, will on the whole be satisfactory. fectly natural 'prty which has gov- Tho'tariff reformers who still linger in true aboriginal fashion, either knives the way of wiping out class distinction's JJrt'i.;-thwatching the'chlldteu as they went to blebee in a tar ban-el- . nn end. The Heptibloan paity oamo into He thought the the English Iant.w6. seems as though.. Aratt.it tho country stt long nnd power at the oi'ibrcax of tho I1wl War, with erned school, she saw that there was a pond boy might cet himself into some scrape forks are used, but tie ontirc ma- in religious matters. It to hold apparent lived tho Republican camp can not, however, nor people of rank and wealth aro m,tt Mr. or large puddle in the street, nod that which lie could not easily get Out of, long delayed nnd the as ong as the determination and tho so vigorously that it 13 responsinipulation is with the bai fingers. Tho sun shines it the dinner basket and said it was not worth while to heed mu the boy of aCcentanco is at streams sua.l continue to How. It Is a bad ble for every evil that exists In it to- fail to feel uncomfortable at the promi- expert deftly takes the ilam from the straining every nerve to elevate the iet.er us.-to remain so long in over the pondaud then, coming back, such child isb nonsense. last be'orv the public The length of the thing for partios necessary mat iney puaii day. The condemned inequalities of nence given it and strops laid upon the dish, pnns on tne sni'.usm a jmy, tups poor. In various localities, if there power. It is not dis doctrine of protection, which the Prosl- - tho interior morsel into Silish of melted no life in the established church, some tho tariff: the existence of railroad carried theltttle girl over,"3 when, after it it is But the King a:d that wit came, with uociimetil is inordinate, and pnnnliln. an rii4.f. IMU monven: nut uecvs-n- i In mui iucj criminations and extortions; the non- - i dential candidate seems to regard as the of his own- - r,lci-- ' , i order to wlml tin in olnill lie unoutriotic and corrjpt iotting hefc down, he kissed her. butter seasoned accordii to his taste, man puts up a chapelone man growth, and children were of the same tixamriln iif nUimriiii. will h i law; great issue of the campaign. turned out. Vou mar grant them honesty enforcement of the Eirht-hou- r ,tbJuIdHI,ij1 common thing for nmi,ltinti wnen Bn(1 pmriotwm. yet a long eontinuanco in tut. ew ot That sight made her aDgry. elevates his chin, opens ido his mouth. a material as meu. If he had said he tantl a dozen cnapeis. Is such, a young could do it he mu-- try. There wero he ikicouil'S 1 resident, wo aro a raid the power brings with it evils, in tho first place. the importation of contract labor; the ' the views ot Air. liiaine on thean and holding tne clam w tne nnau . jj the Hatfield but aad vmI1 .it The .nn ,.rtni ir.tvf.--i- l tho -inevitable ttendency I. to create rlugs suo- - monopolization of largo bodies of the are set forth at great length, shows one to kiss our daughter, auu we the man- - who had tried and failed before. nixiMMni his head aud forcbiger, allows it ' " t t lust, fnim ..... ... """' in,ir.r ivlir. r that to slido in between his teth; and then, Memorial Home, adjoining the Seventh ,. of our animation of his utterances lands; tho degradation .,i,.., him. Ltiu Vi''. "".,"..;" v, people in town? said she. CeSS. OOlll'- IO UllllK llio UU.HUIIIVII. uvuiih," He took him along to where his Presbyterian Church, in Broome Street; them in perpetuity. navy; the burdens on our declining on this groat question he has merely The husband tried his. best to restrain daughter wa, and the boy sang tho Mr. Stephen 15. Klkiu has lately tnthfm. nnd bo.onr to right: therefore, any shipping; the maintenance of polyg- - strung together a lot of cheap protec-am- when it is all In but the head, bites was laid a few days ago. u it: Fomeilung like n divine head is her, saying that no one knew where psalm once. Theu the King's daughter remarked that the vote of Iudiana fs detestable means Is justifiable to keep them , He states in the down upon it. The litttt black of tho ino-- , the pastor ,of the church explained. m)f the encroachment of the Nation- - lion platitudes. history- - Only live, or what might could lift her arms. He sang it once largely a question of finance. Mr. In power. remainder children were to at our own discarded, but all the . . . 1? W....I..4 nnr an AV years back. 187d, when Samuel J. Tl- -' a; 'Government on tho rights of the course of his letter many facts, the OO a iUUi.i mwi The un- IS not I J happen t6 his own; that this was an more a'nd she could sit up in bed. and Elkins shouldn't giv awav his tactics a lew elected President or the I ilMcd lata ... tl.n.p aro oit'mr tho direct istence of which ho attributes to tho clam goes down the throat.clam with UUUW Hntnl lint will comome the nicy- honest, good natural boy, and that when lie had sung it the third time tho so early in thn campaign. People may cien wuhe had a majority .t tho Electoral AVf It is built "y the beveuth . u States, - initiated struggles with the its of each. majority of the popular voles. work of the Republican party or 'the beneficial influence of thc policy of prooften a large tree came from a little King's; daughter was well. suspect that he is not a great states- I vot nnd aHeulriek was at the same tlm product of its indifference aud neglect. fection; although there are many better knife and fork, without success, aud Church, as a racracfial to its iornier Governor twig. source of amusement for the In out. l'otce, "And will ha The King was so glad that he wautcd man, with a I.at full of brainy scheme-- , elected ... , of reasons to account for the condition of ono great Tli platform is a tho Rev. Jr. Ldwm K Hatfield, But no, it was no matter either what to give himnalf of his land aud kingdom bm mi re'.v a elected aaain, j agree with you. i.Uiughter.1 native Rhode Islunderjs to watch the pastor,- :,.tnniloJ not as a chanty, butas politician with ample j If any two men were ever elected In this the party wine-.-- adopted it. and an ap- things than that wh'ch he holds wp v .i ?.. . . . he was or what he niiidit become, no-- ) and nts daughter with tliem. Hie ooy vjw'oI- -. ''in tackle dish of 'country thoy were. lAvoito, "Why didn t peal" to the popular support on the the true one. In this lvspcct, however, uuinstructed stranger SR Paul a Fioncer a source of revenue to the church. The? ii ati Enqttinr. ' body knew if penury iva coming to thought it might be well enough to baked clams. Cor. th y wrio defraud- pledge tlioy kcoplt.-'- ! Black Jack Lojrau addte-sea ed out or it bv ono of the most that, if granted a new lease of lie but adopts the prot'ctonist line of Prem. .iart. Jlome will accommodate about four,honor, and one who was coined for a have naif of the land and kingdom. e i:..... ... laa.. soph- men. for whom CS- pvSUof the Kepilb- - and blackest de4 which blacken our J roe : ..... l. .1., ........ ...:tt iujiiiuiuii; lid ..o, argument. He talks of l.r..lnil Afmy of the till' ii.ij itiii JIVM' shillinir . "wonld nerer lo a dollar, anil no ivs jcirjifiicn Srt Iii tlinnt't Ipecially itis designed,. ami'will'be 'well .u.iuiwo the " '.Willi re lstncs, vet 4U,.n.K "" rJ!'.S,l, its .old vices and ..;.. 1 ....!w..... . ucs a'l of ..i.r.,1. protection t.i Hrt. .!.:.. t:u a. Kuiuuu.jthenif wbut - Zl UIUU irrytPpa) .. fprorfrc1fIth,v-erytWnaiM-dul?tJt ...1.:, .a.:.... Lgii'.qg.H'-- ! iUUusu,,, tiMiWth "H aaiither. ii.... ..jWI. r ir i . .n intnr irfinii Eifmr'nn 'ntrrimous crnno i jnarvr:.,r?Tr.r.rtnKA7. mk. r had not bocn for their lony eontinuanco Lfiiuur MVnlliiirtiiii..fi-ann:rttZV.rttltlhlt!I ' . .. so . j. '- uunng me;cnmpa.gn. - TT..'an the comfort and entertainment .of.jtho.i m 4 ims" r-struck by the lit power. In 18S0, rour years after- be contieuincKsauui oveiinrown. -lZ IhusiaSuGUiuiiitrer was V" aained to get rid 6f hihiT " ;His lodgers. X. Y.Eiaminer. '1 Mr. Blaine speaks of tin- - Republican almost unparalleled generosity. !',, 1 of l'rosldout turned upon fact that he could, .not wait till the ward, the oJeotton inaugurated and carried ciaiue. As there was no help for it, the bur- received half of the kingdom, bnt speaker was done to'congrntulate him Indiana. They and con tltoughtfulness, too, and love for his method of InrilT r d PUNGENT PARAUKU'IIS. stupendous and corcabin-bo- y through ono or the most gomaster seat htm away to be the awbne therc was war to I.oran as a Terror." trasts it with the Democratic, aflr the soldiors wore marked traits in his charsuccess, but rupt schemes that ovor disgraced for a merchant who had como thither , aterhad to go ana he wsls not sparing on hisout in meeting blurted the fact or any country. Tho vote ot thattho annals it 011 On y acter. When thc terrible day at WaterState was manner of tlo Republican A bachelor, upon reading that "two right l'a., with a ship, bnt told his wife that he of the Wai.k edeof his sword vou may bftlt. "Log:in i at the Continental," wa the tariff. Tito party and tho can iidati loo was over, it is sa d that the Duke's lovers will sit up all night, with ono given uviiinst Hancock, who would have re fair and whispered among the politicians yester' ....iirwi ii if thn fie. tinii had K--i had sold the boy for tobacco. ea;iiy believe. The enemy's 'soldiers alike forgot the Republican mot hod ol feelings, so long kept at the highest chair in tho room," said it eould-,no- t There is, of courec, a great deal honest, and would have been e'ected I'reil-dc- day. It d Ueforo he went away, however, tho fell fifo lroni mou'h to mouth, j tariff reform a do.en years ago. when tension, utterly' gave way, and that, as bo done unless one of them sat on tho . or tho t'nltod States. The chief aitciit au tiu, King was of the burgomaster broke her Thsn ihn hnv nspd tl whito of bluff and buncombe about the claims was afterwards given a grand dinner In ew and soon the clerks at tho hotel desk the scheme of a horizontal reduction ol he rode amid the groins of tbe wound- floor. Such ignorance is painful Bui-- ' ." : thing would J .: ' Xow. wylrccndis ring in two aud gavi UIUl Ililli. lUaL :11 edge and "hey all sprung up alive again. of Kepubhean editors and managers in York. have taken place such itanot been fof were besieged by the local statesmen. ten per was adopted :t the ed and the reeking carnage, and heard linnton Hawkeuc. had S f .Tie never . ,lnnr..l....f J- ... Howthoy might know and submitted to the King because they the matter of the October and Novem- their long continuance in power. They oami. Tho first to arrive was they ever met again .!. available means of reducing the then the cries of the vanquished and the 1C3 a OaOV IS me uioau iicjreuuvu.. j ber elections in West Virginia. The to tho conclusion they would win, no matu? ell, then United States Kerns. i surplus and lightening the burdens of shouts of victors, fainter ami fainter of the animal "creation- - He is unable eacu otner, l were once more permitted to enjoy life.. Detno-tra- u violate.1 tho Constitution an J trample if they Then the shjp sailed and carried tbe But then there were so manv tfatne probably is to frighten the and rignts of the peo- Leeds dropped in to make sure ot it, j through the gloom of night, he burst to help himself; but he soon gets ovbrmoUl 1 foot n into in a State which underShall the llbertlos them In power it It and Surveyor Lelaud stopped to thank the people. wo sustain boy to a distant city. A clergyman that there was a scarcity of food, ple. There arc other features of Mr into tears. Soon after he penned a let- that, and helps himself to .everything,, people ot the Senator for his efforts in preventing the a question had lately come therc who was such a and the King would gladly" give them is sure to I hem. while the Republicans only country will of time untildifferent lewoa Blaine slcttcr which will re eivc atten- ter which concluded thus: "I have es- he can lay hands to. Sometimes he teach them a body had to plenty both to cat and to drink. 5o devote themselves to places left Demo- this that (appiauso): that there are otlici ia the passage of the bill abolishing his tion from time to time. For the pres- caped unhurt; the fingerof Providence wants the earth, and tries very hard to 'iW " groat prcachecUiat-evorlroin it will not work. o to church and hear him, so" on Sun-a- y the boy was obliged to out with his cratically weak, ' .:. yj; VJ 'shA V tercstsinour country besides t'ese Ilopue-tio.- n office. TLa reporter glanced at the ent it will be sufliccnt to say that tho was on mc." And later on ho wrote get it. Boston Transcrijd . and lcmler: tha' there are others register Cin&nnuli En;tdrer. and found "John Logan." Democracy e quite willing to accept the words: "My heart is broken by the the people of the ship must go and cloth, and then they had everything e plunderer, besides the dog has his day, the cats Interested Evry Mmm-- ' Mr. lilatne do lares that "he is and whisky rings, and Credit Mobil ien. (Ap- - written in a bold hand. In a second tho gagn of battle on thc tariff quest' on. terrible loss I have sustained in my old take the nights, the icemen and Jhe hear him,,top,and thoy left the boy thsy wanted. I piauso and laughter.) ,y,u,. biij ' thc newsman was at the door of Parlor though hey will not perm t their posi notonc . who proves a deadhead in thelfchip. ' "0.'i'5"'f alone on friends and companions and my poor milkmeu the early morning hours, and ,,, .. After he bad lxjcn with the King .. . ..-..- ' n,ntrtn oemoni-iro uiiiuiiifiuiiiiDji,oi. While lwj was ,cooking and .setting awhile longer he began to long for the in other wr.nu, ne is on Hhink there aro tens of thnu a id or right-th- c G. and. knockinrr timorously was an tion 10 ue niiKswucii ov iiioir auvuroanes. soldiers. Believe mc, nothing e'xeept a the scissors-grinde- r with 'his1 'bell who make.'1 Tho Prosidpncy could be minded and independent ltcpublicaus m n swered from within by a voice that ' riiey will show that the condition of battle lost can be half so melancholy as the fruitman with his yawp take tho the tablq he heard some ono hal ' burgoiua-ier'- s v daughter. So, cqtiip- - ...11 t tiinizn "yM would scare a cowboy: looing OU. .the Opposite Shoru Ot a rW fioir ,hin ,.f ur Im went smv made the source of more eutirclv infa- - win ciasp nuinswiia umuimh "" . . labor is not as depicte I by Mr. Blaine; a battle won. Tho bravery of my rest of a lifetime that is worth living.r-!- W jgjp iww uv...0 mous wealth to a man who could vena'.- - IBIS UUVCrilUlUIIV i.w;n the people of the "What d'yer want ? Come in." sonnd closc.by. and. taking a. boat, he r witK them, and, when ho arrived lienulillcau narty. hut protective sys- - troops has hitherto saved me from the Detroit Free Press. and that the r "Good dav. Mr. Logan," the reporter tern has led to the starvation wages in g eater evil; but to win suchabattleas over,. He. found it was an oldfVorotj,Q c;tv wncre tho burgomaster izc it than anv other place 'n the couu- - I n!telstatw. (Applause.. The eontinuanco Someone claims to have disepvored itttx & man who willadmiifistcr it said, nervously, a he stepped into the many parts of the country. They will this of Waterloo, at the expense of so .7VVSr?liuncn yoman who had been doing the whout- - j iived the jV that hc fire(1 thundered try.iAnot one who would market honcstly; the at tho railroad crossing at Fostorta with tho, majestic presence. Logan was stretched show not merely one, but scores of tariff man gallant friends, could be termed that chloroform will cure cholera.,. a iljiejr-tn,DJT' fin a way that made the glass fall . switch-.!who was H patmnafi1 and its powers over Icila--- remark of an old Irishman how much better at full length upou the bed, with a abuses whose eltcct has been topampur only a heavy misfortune but for the re- should think it .might It has, .been. said she, "here I have been , in? fronl half the ,vjn,i0.vs jn thc city, tender. Said he: "Judge, known to cure poverty and 'i'sapPRt-.-jframe. and prote t monopolists and to crush sult to the public." 13 desired by thc people. A. 1 ' oit are we i f ono party Is to continue in powot sheet hiding his standing a ImniUipd years shouting-and-- t ; On board the ships things were as ment in love, and these are more s'"1 r.ii-vi..i.i.nn if ir hrod under a mon- - "I stepped in just to interview you labor. They will show how millions to get across the magnificent as with a "King, and so World iaUooing and The following morning Br. Hume born maladies than cholera. Arris--' would an roon tiva on arehy? (Xpp.ausc.) " sound, but nobody has heard and tcr&ud wa he that he oven had overy are unne essarily wrung from the peo hastened, by the Duke's orders,, to his live " under Queen Vic. as ttfty in a country whera years." tAppiause.) The Strength or Parties. "Don't want lo be interviewed. Been ple in nixes uiiui us which oniy 50 iu tent, there to read to him thefterrible townAHerald. old lady cautioned:h?r,j,& a party ho'ds power answered me until you. When you f 2a!1 headqd with gold, shrewd xml deny that at least half the traveling; too tired," he replied, as he pile Vopc tan have ferried mo over vou shall have up an immense surplus in the list of tho dead and wounded. t ,r- - rint inner h.fnr th hnnrnm-j- :. He Pemocrate. worrying Tho Republican leaders and Journals people ot tno United Suites aroover 60 woll rolled over, with a grunt that mado thc Treasury aud aro.availab'.e for no pub- found the Duke asleep, but, notjdaring married daughter against concluded heir. nm a crowd yonr pay," said she. rat in . . . ter r.eut down a'nd asked if the foreign br' u too much and out the assumed fact vet what Demo:so upright and in over J hen she made the boy go wvtb ner . ioni wouid be so good as to como down make the most of Democratic strength educated, and all the walks ormoral has con- glasses on thc table jiugle. Is it good?" lic purpose, forthero are ample re- to break his commands, awoke him, husband "Mv child, a man is like an paaiS: the life, thatfthu bulwark saying: creation "But as to the outlook. to her sister, who lived in the mountain i and rtIn8 with hiui sources without them. They will show "In an instant," we are told, "his chanco of least is in the Southern States. , eg. Kept iii hot water a little while, ' The im- offlce. liosslble nre millions getting a lederal persisted the newsman. who thus tar aro There close by, and ask for tho old cloth protective in short that the He accepted the invitation, and. pression sought to bo mado is tha.t the completely disfranchised, who are as go system is a pretentious fraud. De4roil Grace, dressed as he was in full regi- he may boil soft; but keep him ' there iood enourh for me. I want to which lay on the cupboard shelf. mentals, was sitting ou the bedside." too long, and he hardens." ae any person who Is subup to tho bnrgoma3ter s house, oldfrco States, the "loyal States' ' to sleep," and' Logs c roared again Well, when he arrived there, and going Free Pi ess. "Read!" was the significant comhe there sat down beside the daughter during tho war, are solidh Republican. jected to. forelan power. Instead of bolug . " t'pitcd States. The An Eastern family received a eniof tho Did Mr. Blaioo the found out that he had and the burgomaster's lady. Thi-- presentation of the political statu . people are protesting against this kind 01 mand. For more than an hour.bad the gram from the West, announcing the, , A Bachelor IVced&l. "Yes; three cheers for Blaine; hurhelped her sister across the sound, she to go on for doctor read aloud tho harrowing list, SUtiacn ucraise 01 ;. roiiinvc, aim moji "As they were sitting there in the of tho Union is specious, as viewed from thing. 'Ihrj do not Intend It of acceptance rah, hur" Then therc was in .Mr. lllnine's letter said ho must have whatever he wished. height of the chat, eating and drinking a sectoual stand-poinWhen ana- eor.onlv civ i: service reform measure bs aivriher grunt and a ro!I. Thc Baltimore American, an en- and then his voice failed and his throat replied: "Send on tho rcmainsf'at t "0. 1 t want anything but the; n h.trintr a ,mmi ttm'.. im drnnned lyzed, the a&suiuption is shown to be the is'mi ut.r'iuo in length of t mo lorBe' with emotion. He tried to conurges "What about tbe story of your own- thuslastic Blaine organ, after looking choked but could not. Instincdvelj ho once." No telegram wasrccetyedjin,, ' jng.' They tLanghter.) old cloth that lies on the cupboard , his haU oE tho rin unpetveived, into without tn real foundation. If tho pubhcai around in vain for something to say tinue, Governanswer, but in a few days a letter "came, ing land?" have held the o.lices or thc National tho Wellingraised his eves to thc Duke. glass. States which furnished the bulk of the ment twenty three j enr. yet they nre not I the daughter's a,, lie. Bout own any laml. against Governor is Cleveland, gravely ton was still sitting, with his hands saviugsiraply: "Therc aint no remanes. vmwis i "It's ''You did not.thlnk of that without! She wis not Ion in thinking out Federal army in the civil war be taken. wUibrted.and their candidate for the Presia bachelor. This He war kicd by a mul." Burlington Show me the fellow that said it. I'll objects that ho ; fcelp." said the wnat It meant, and, making an errand it win ik lounit that in Hip nine: in. dency advocates one civllservico reform knock him out. 'Ugh'" makes tho New Yoik favorite the more raised aud clasped convulsively before Free Press. T'.IAJM. measure, anu mat " tho peopls f i. muni yri uo uuaru. jiijiv, auu uouk awav from tho table, she put it with centeleutiou Rig tlino to ask they ca.-- more Demo olllce. Is it not a ; A very popular young lady, visiting . " Do '"' fear Cleveland, or Tilden, available for tho work he will be called him.cheeks. tearsa wer coursing down you ,the NUBdwr dinner for the church tbe mi,er nftlf. Her mother, observing cratic votes man tney urn ui'puuncan whetheriminriirpinnilnform of government in they desire was In moment tho Duke on to perform. For the first two years his u.1.11.1. friends in a n5t very distant city, re-- 1 ' heuen of wood ana or folks, boy. . .. artfthe F. ... .. tlint snmethinfr was on the iams. hnr- - vote? The number of troops furnished drawers of water while would ride upon their "Ain't afraid of any man living. of his aduvn'.ntratio!i, if there were such conscious of the doctor's silence, and, ceived a telegram a few days .since lKinL',1 a few say something "Nevermind that, said the old rfo.i n4 h mold. hnr u f in tlie civil war by the following States buck? in had time I a ladjas Mrs. President Cleveland, she recovering himself, looked up and without showing tho least signs of ex- - , -wowaa, moro about Illaines lettor of acceptance. Can clean out Tilden iii less than one tlself while you "Mother, do you know who that is and the vote they cast at thc most "Read pa," was .the citenv.mt or fright usually manifested letwould of necessity be grossly neglected. caught nis eye. round. Trot him out." Mr. Iliaine devotes a large portion of tho are away, it yon will stay with mo. in ,here?" said the daughter. ; were as here set down: ter, doubtless considered tho most imp rtant " There . a delegation of prominent She would, beyond loiibt, have cause stern command: and, while his'physt-cia- n bv ladies at the receipt of such.' After you shall hayelrtorepay. 1 stayed by of tho tariil. Let mo tell part, to a ,,'- mk thQ burgomaster's lady. continued for four hotrs, tlie "iron opening and reading it she merely for a complaint of desertion. Sh- would s you. a tariff is r.crhlng but a tax. and the term citizens down stairs waiting for you," j that sound SaUshbutod and hallooed for U. .,... Urtn. Ji($. V". of ..Ttis t,c bov-- ; that father sold for She would be Duke" sat by the bedside, clasping his narked: "I thought I recognized the tarltr Is only used to hide the Tact that it is put m the reporter, "lliey want to be a wife only in Tiiwps.i rot. vote. " - her hundreily,(rs,.but know one heard tnhA.L'" said. the. d&utrliter. a lax.- Maine in order to prove bow to And fro handwritiug." nothing but ThW explained in tbe midst bf an amoujit of turmoil hands aud working his rlt.itnf .:.... roil." Then she what Innuendo benefit a protective tariff has pay their, respects to"roiu" ... Unon thU thn ladv fainteil and fell Maacbss-r- t 3S2.0OJ' J50.TXM ItSO.POO ol . ..:.i. the contrasts-whahe calls tho value ot composure to surrounding friendsr-rr;.-bc v$tW "ray tne wnatr" 'roared Logan, as disturbingPresidentdelicate nerves have Willi VIUUUUIIi UllHIjll ncf To the second m, tbc floor, and when the burgomaster NcwJenv M.OW 12.VM) 120.Or property i the United States ns shown by the Cleveland will 1 Macon ((7a.; Telegraph. SX.KW lie raiseu uimseiiuip beu out lor a woman. 312.000 census ot IsoO and 1SS). and savs: Look here, t87,0 r ..nttMA Anl 1...twl MtLitrflfi t.A ttiotfii o.vw crrvrtil Now York" Eti"t . .. oy.il h, 1. utiiuv t.uu uuutu uu-- mo innuvi .sk lvniisylvlnln att,mx, .Tncooo t nisMwo a ig job on hand. He will be elected place iu second, and tlien'sank down again. Extraordinary Coets. has 10 uo. euj;ij;cti iuttneiiso "HOW glorious lb At tan place, he, was to. asK lor the . ;t WRS not much better with him " Illinois-- . L . .... 1.W.O0O 2ti.0W; 251.003 wbatan years, amiincveae than (aken intimates more twontv as a working Pros.dcnt. and the work 1 thought you were General John intellectual occupation." 197.0)) sai.ow, 2111.000 in a purely old swordjyhlch; was of such a kind t'lWinetly declares that tho Increase as "This is nothing to be frightened Inaiana. some ex 14!.0X) Logan, the Republican candidate of Reform is what lie before him. In During the last four yea's f .(! ir.1.000 .m.ooo shown tiy thesoconsus lelurtis is duo to th A. murmured a Boston maiden gazing ?toi! that if he put it in .his pocket it would about." said the tobacco boy, "I have Michigan;. SIMM Ohio...., baid the reporter. short, he will be too busy to keep regu traordinary comet-- have jm visits to benetlicnt reuslt ot the protective tariff for , into the admiring eyes of a become a Knife, and, if he drew it out it only come to get the little'girl that I Wbeonnb... I M. period. Hs during that "Me" ISot by a long sight. I'm lar hours. He will have every spare the ruler of the solar systejn. and dis- country euitor; 79.0 a).oi which prevailed supposed no man knew the 1S5.0. Kentuehr.......".-...- ' mouiai .acwould bCabine.a.long8word; that every- kissed on the way to school." seems to have W.00) rcUOO fOWH country had Increased In wealth but himself. John Logan ot luscarora, tbe terror moment of his fine taken up in played their dazzling trait to the ad- - uities for tools, aud the whole universe-fo- a tfmi thing ho struck with the black edge KW.W-- ) 153,000 Every intelligent man knows tbe IncrcaM And then, turning to the burgomas Mlseourl tXV"00 . catching Treasury thieves, and the miration 01 lusatienuani of Schuylkill County; and you git." oi H.OOO 43.000 between the years Oi,Ul0 a workshop. Now tell me," (she wonid fall doad, Taad struck again with ter's wife, he said: "Never disdain a West Virginia and 18S0 was due to 120.00 31.000 P5.000 the enormous Increase In the currency. Thll The reporter reached for the door, I White House walls will resound one of the;e comets has beta remarka tifldA1. "what do vou uu me mosb eaoe more como poor man's child; nobody knows what Tennessee the white dgo would was the greatest during tho war. Flour, foi and passed out in good order, while witli appeals for mercy from ring- - ble for some unu-ua- l or unaccountable difiicult thing connected with year no-- , 2,027.(JX)i 2.7C2.00J. 2,4i,000 j--to life. Instance, was twice as high ns now. Theap- there came lrom within a roar of it may become, for children aro of tho Total sters who will be called to account. conduct. The big comet of 1831 sud- ble profession ?" "Paying the. hands;" "I'm Well, whe1ie rrjyed. there, and ttfae,, same staff as men, antUwit .comes with parant wealth of tbe country may be doubled He will be like a master carpenter the yet It Increased ths from luscarora, and n fonnd out that he helped growth." whole number of. troops in the and treU-d- tho countryhas not yet lilalnesayi Schuylkill." Word was th terror of building a ship. He will be giving com denly flirted its streaming jted into and said the editor. Philadelphia uau. Minnie Ward Tailersoh, HT ,V The a dolHr. of passed to the Northern hemisphere unansounced RoberL a bashful VOUng student ' pC. K ?" 1 civil war was wealthword of this. Tho explanation of ihs sister across the sound, .she said in Detroit Free Press. her not a Federal army during the jm ,.jti cnanV h. ii able assistants, unexpected, and surprised we astronomands here and there to plain, la ' he aaost take something for ferriage, mm recently suramonea up enougn . The States in the above list nnnarent Increase of our wealtb is ten dollars they quietly dispersed. 2,8o9,000. that makes Phiaddphia and until the keel is well laid and tho mers at their telescope? a much as it Cupid, to escociru vuuugiauj.uuj.iv.uj : whatever he liked. aad. eeold of them. Yet it tbe tariff iseoout nere land worth furnished per acre in .itirwfw; in tho western states Times. Italian Bandits. new ship of state decked in he will have did the milkmen on their early morning courage Why, "O, I do aot want anvthing bnt the table next morning, his ,,,,w,y, in the most recent elections they cast nowseliat twenty and thirty dollars? Presino time for anything else. All this nose viits to the pumps. The comet of 18- -' the breakfast"Well, my son. did you yet Ulaine. who asks your vote for no: .jjuw-w old sword which is hanging on a peg in more Democratic votes than dent, says so: I won't say wjl'fully, and will father said: A Sicilian lady told me lately, to my The Position of ihc Independents. would be too much for a woman's head. amazed the world by suddenly appear-in"-tke cupbeard.V atdd the boy. Otes. It is true be ehantablo'cnough not to say through Igno- home with anv of the girls last hightPl .A .ug fam surprise, that sh'e had never seen a ban- thnr did Republican would bo too busy to tec to the sun. be tho people broad noon clo-"Yoa did not think of that without! dit they kept mostly to a few locali- lliai the latest elections were not close ranee, to make Inilntnl to of this country tha The Independents have gone to work Her husband "Yes," said Bob. "Vho was soer ... . . . thn tnrlff for ii.r.i.m-nwftero it soared like a fiery bird with Robert hesitated, bnt finally blurted very earnest, sincere and prac- her. kelp," said, the ties bnt she admitted that none of her party tests, and that larger Democratic immenso Increase In wealth. What ha coma liko a for adding the broad wings expanded; as it retreated But, ah! when the time Come with rae," said the other. "I family ever ventured far from the ma orities were polled than may was Annie, Warrea. of that wealth? Into whose pockets did itgol tical body of men, and show a dispositheu from the solar system it appeared to be out: "I thought itto the turn of the road to the How much has gone into tbe pockets of th I e expected; but any person acstood byvAat eouad, shouting and house without an armed escort She tion not to pursue one candidate with ornamental Cleveland sb.p arrives when we got but country? laboring is tb be ballooiBgahuadredyears, aad no one took that favorable view of brigandage quainted with the political complexion question. men of this Mr. MaineThatanswer. any venom born of disappointment or President The country can bo in looking chafed by a bevy of little, comets to she went into Ella Ham's house, -- oui. to I would llko will a pros- which it had apparcntly?eivcn birth around. up, if tb by. paper we pick that ot,.,hi think vou might'bave-tolheard or heeded it bbU1 job. You which is held in the island. "There Is of the States cited knows that, taken in Why is it man every snare, contains an account bestow upon the other superlative perous condition, and competition got a voice." -said his.. father.ft a W K during thc terrors of its plunge through kuwcv." nf so to justify their own course, bnt k M,int payjiCome with me nothing extraordinary in it," she said; the aggregate, there is not a great ma- laboring shall have .,,, pni ' t. of a strike? (Applause.) Do laboring-raoamong thc ladies will be great. There of the sun. In li6'i flaming pleasure having to my third eter." "Neither of us said a won . saiu 000, "the Government keep up alarge army, jority for either party in them. The throw down their tools forcries of their chlla simply to treat both sides and their pre- is no nice, honest, thrifty girl in the the nnmot .ifbanners ainreappeared- - Butthe 1K1 2 1.1....1,: and hearing the sfammrinsr. 'Albanf o.l w At this place fee was to ask for tho every man has to serve seven years, fgures show that there is no truth in strike for bread? (Applnuse.) If this is tha tentions strictly Uj,on theIr merits Tho land, no girl who really believes in i.t. UUU ft dren , extraordinary comet of all j5 the which wae of such a and, as they dislike soldiering, they the claim that the States which fought immens- increase of wealth of tho country, Independents are in a position to em- truth and justice and reform., who can most old psalm-boeono which was discovered at the V ienu& thc condition of thc laboring kind that when any one was sick aad run away. They cannot then obtain the "battles ot thc Union are over- judgin? fromsay that ho has surely not got his phasize, even more than the Demoaspire to be Mrs. President obsorvatorv about a month ago. It mac I must tho glaring unfitness of the ReThe Early Bird. be sang a psalm referring to the employment, and they become bandits. whelmingly Republican. The great share. (Applause.) Therc are a good many crats, Cleveland. We have it authoritatively seems to have been clearly seen, for hava the sick oae would become well What would you have? They must central belt of States is Democratic, tbiiias more I would like to 1say, hut 1 (Cries publican candidate on the point of that Governor Cleveland has not yet youiag Mrs. Symocrson is qaite carefully measured jt3 already spoken longer than Intended. &iB live. Well, they are not so bad as the and has been so for more than ten of "Go on. Go nn.") I can not do so this character alone for the high position to commenced to look around. For tin the observers . stars,- and it was woman, and is the mother of 'a' precoWell, wfeeA taey arrived' there, aad Irish." London Society. years. The white vote of the country time. Some of these times when there ara which he aspires. The objections that first year or two, however, he regrets position among the l?i girl, lliere was comiMmy.!l motions cious little believed from its place you can cento Rnd bear ma these men present to the gratification of n .; as heard that he tho Caucasians who have made tho no other speakers tbe third ago- - Wfeen., that he would not have time house a few and 1 will just spread rayseir. tAppiause.) that it was one of the coasts of 1858 at thetime arrivedevenings Symperson rjfff Blaine s ambition, can not be whisked look jiftp.r n. wife. Iliclimondc?en arc C lra.J had helped her sister across the sound is United States what they are three-fiftMrs.. A rising young business-ma- n r I am not personally acquainted with bed thus; showing itreturning. But after, in the proportion of yet I know a great many reliable racw asRieas "wemocratic lies." They are ; stair. he was obliged to acceptferriage there, Nebraska recently eloped with a fint: said: (: ,. . , him self the comet disappeared, and alacquainted who at least. Any fair test men arowhoso word 1 with placi nnd they or not manuiaciureu as campaign capital. too, and iteheoJd be whatever he liked. span of mules belonging to his uncle, but to now, iiamie, its uiue .0. jv can entire in ,l t4i- do-nbut have existed so 'long and so ' The New York Tribune. undi though a battery of telescopes has been tn. "Comohpd." the in order to get them be had to take hii wili show this to be the truth. St. Louts want anything bit "O, I and by them I am told that GrovM rrn tn , tho spo. where it tnlinilnlv that thpen mull ail. u t . of 187."., brought to bear upon every said aunt and three children along too. vfeimsliI'., LUC UtjMblican. Cleveland tsa Democrat "dyed in thc wool," Uf....----iui .!. its present editor, in frawlmother'B old psalm-bookI don't want to go iu ucu. observatory s. z .. w and appeared from nearly aad that we can and will elect him President time being, at least, driven from the denounced Blaine "a;, a bribe-take- r th boy. Exohange. myster been acquaint"Rut von must. Don't you snow au tho t'nltod States. I have nm .rlininseoune The change wrought hi i :.f American electric lights are in use of with Mr. Hendricks more than thirty party with "Ich they have almost al- a bull-,- " "Yoa did aot think of that without - of outer ed litde chickens have gone to bed? Electric headlights will soon be ii in nearly all the countries of Europe, years. Ho is a man of distinenlsbMl ability ways Jtcted. There is one issue, that since was not a change of heart, and ions visitor from the jw"- LoutsodU the help," said the "Yes, but the old hen went.to bed been canone whose public services and public acts a his organs and defenders try to William Walter Phehis, who mad tbe nuA h -' When he came down on the ship use on the passenger locomotives o in ludia, Afriea, China, Japan. Mexieo as pure as those of sny other man tn thl Blaine, .d that is the very with them." 2wa Sifiias. CouricriTuuMttl. avoid, issue which change, knows just what did iu CMotgo Herald. South Anktrka. most ad ountrr. the folks were still at church. there in the frozen North; wmieramey spent in tne Arctic zone.5 waera slowly they perished, and one by one; Mm sure? we ought to bo weu content, .' .As toward the pole our explorers wrnt, Aaa thcy'm&rked tho exploration nn Tour wiles ahead. O! but the record is wondrous tine,) iw wlHXrc-- d .art ...WT. f 5 POLITICAL rOLNTS. A Speech bj Air. flttiriuan. 9H6-half SelfjCwtfemneu'. Ox-Se- n. ,h,ii t. kev-uo- te A 111 l,ltw - - lss i" w v- - "- tChereisthoraan-wbomadotBeinark- I - - " ire&4)-Baltimor- e ." -- -- ! I" HI the Independents will press home. Moreover, it is tho issue that must bo citisettled before the zens of this country can consider anything else. He may be smart; he may brilliant; hd inaV be magnetic; but is he honest? Tho overwhelming testimony of what has already been made public concerning his transactions is to tho contrary. He has Used high official tntst for private irain. Ho has solicited the recognition that attaches to valua ble consideration lor certain omciaiacis in the interests of corporations or individuals. Ho has carried his country to the. venro or a broil with a friendly republic in order to advance pnvato claims. As in tho case of the Northern Pacificwne has " kept his eye skinned" for opportunities that he could make special uSefo'f as a high official with hrtrvro authority. All this, is not only v , ii I IsIaaU C"R? . SCHOOL ASI) CHURCH.) cusHinero ''Vlr11'' aHra; d. d -- - Jd iRtheV Mlsffiay 1BH( rsBty wssssssssssssssssa -- -- 1 iBwood, 1 Wi r ur it l II I I wjw " . I ITT- a .' t&MMmij&.lLzsw&aemms . . V A -- . I -1 v y. g. TROLL-WOXAN- 'S 1 J$3i countcr-evidonc- e, play-fello- y old-tim- e, good-hearte- - s iQn v j ' - ... 1 1 e :- to I , ..& - u,. - -;-- .. - e hrsl-earrie- ( -- , I jj j . t ex-publ- i,- bet """"! corner-stont&- of lonif-coatinu- "- i - I i j y; J I Thehairul a t' , ..,, ill . l- -J, j. I ... 'ive-Pre- ss ' fr'h nd nt 1 . ) . ISot-aui- e - d ntroi-iou- -- (il-a- I free-trnd- 1 iiA-- bohad-pTOmise- I 7MP.ll -- yBBPutHt"'t'k'i-- U'-iJw,fc- .' f T f-------- 1 . ir .rfh-H- f V S. W. . j. .a- V d ad vch " i foia if ro.-oli- .i .u. 1 I ,. s j ut pa-se- j ct-u-t. ! iff -- Mt-rsha- ,.,'.. over-eertio- y ' atl97 - . Stir-rout- a-- -r-- eutci-pni-c- .' a and"" ir . . be-ve- nt . t3 i.nl sj-o- ! (' crash-"Well- ," ! d -- trj-in- g n. J 1 i "" Jji ri '- - ki , . d iuulQ "" 1 tele-:,Mrmf- c" -- troll-w'om- an freo-lKmoI- - t. -' do-no- oIlice-hoMor- Ji . troll-woma- n. : J ... I "i. . . "it-will-e- ftr - I 7t ., te: ..; ; re-jjk- jp lir -- - V' 1 " t A. i : " 1 ....;. 111 1 1 a ? .- - a .... t. t al-m- I .Mnrv-lan- , ; '. Vice-Presiden- t," w,-- ,l r -- " , lt-0- -- 11 1 - , troll-womi- J .,,., I W :)-- three-quarte- j.mlaa rs -- I at go, e troll-woma- n. 1 ordi-nari- lv J'-aJ jre k, 1 d n hr ,- - - - .rr"' -- j, . .itn.tnm f not-safel- y sick-Bee- s, - troll-wor- Dem-ecn.t- ic Clove-lan- d, t hs two-fifth- s, conft-denc- ," .j the-wint- er c'.o "fa".. ..;, troll-woma- n. 4- a. r '. l&i-.- J s t rmi mra ia FIRESlDn. Try a pieco of lemon instead of soap for removing dirt from the hand, 'lhis is particularly' good for bauds which chap in winter. Detroit Post. To remove ink stains dip a spouge in milk and rub the spot as soon ajor the ink is spilled as possible; continue the operation until tho ink is out FARM AXD i About noon I reached iny destination, sorrowing Mlow whn'C' nt aboVe A National Sport. pretty town, somowhat scattered and hint withtear-dimme- d ey rather quaint in its architectural feaI$ The scene elumbered. i Just as an Italian carries his love for taken a cun nntine fsEORGE WARREN, Publisher, ...AnlTnii for supper, tures, but nevertheless pleasing to the I alone, of all men living garlic with him wherever he goes, and and notr remembered, although too eye. anomalous fact thatyoun a Chinaman is never to bo mot without On asking for John Bojd rny fa- though a loving, KENTUCKY. late for practical benefit, that it invari: : HIOKMAX. ably excited nrfi brain anQ" nerves ther's old friend I was directed to a moanod his father's nJL his pigtail, so wherever a sufficient to ao unplelSint degreo where certain office, and presenting myself C. Wood, m ThcC.inlinnit.rnenry number of Englishmen are collected they will surely organize themselves sleep was cofeted. So r lay there, was met by a pleasantyoung felI!ffS tllFFERENCE. into a cricket team. As soon as tho restlessly awakeffor sevoral hours, low, somewhat younger than myself, The Want or Farmers,. . British soldier had accomplished the striving to wear off the effects of this and whose features gave me a perplexIn sombre mood I took up memory's (?la "occupation" of Cyprus he began to And backward glanced o'er light stimulant sufficiently to close my ing romombrance of some face I had ycar. play cricket there: on the plains of eyes in restful sluiflber. At last there once known or seen, though where or I saw a liiufrhUc. liappy child at plaj. under what circemstances I could not groat advance has LTsSKS maly Candahar, with Ayoub Khan almost in Her eunny tressca wreathed with tlowercts came a Pay, sight, the officers of the dillercnt BritWhether it miMbe correctly called possibly recall. Still I was strangely rospecUs, but it now seems And eyes aoipw wjth mirth. , That little lass that ish regiments were industriously ac9Ws , a q Barter century Bincol Ah, nay! a sleep I cannotay, even at tnis'late impressed with tho familiarity of form halt has been made K ypu but.count their pain, their hurts, their day. I seemed that cepting challenges and playing oft conscious and expression. quite e there must bo a new impaUo,5n tf Xtoars. matches. In Zululaud, iu the intervals at first of my whereabouts, and of tho I signified that I was in search of a Thoe,weary years areififty, It a day. another start forward ffll aJin of tedious and pestilential marches, various circumstances that had given j Mr. John Boj'd. Tho young fellow as- - be made. The great Again 1 looked, with masrlc lens reversed. hi assegais were set up as wickets, and me my present quarters and room-matsured me with a pleasant simle that I made, not so much in And lo, so near that I might almost touch the English soldiers knocked sweet Her tossing curl:, aud hear her laughter who still slept at mf side, yet gradually had not mistaken the man. "He stood per acre, but in the extension VTerri- - potatoes about with a knobkerry, when ont of tho darkness of the room a before me." Shccha3 butterflies through flowery strange scene was evolved. which did duty as a bat; and more reWith a responsive smile 1 ventured special farming made possible x by the cently in Egypt, while Sir Garnet 1 saw a mountainous stretch of the assertion "that I must surely be in aw the same weo lassie as at first. ' I Jy introduction of the and Wolseley was slowly working his way Uttl'eelf! How lonjris it unco then? country; great boulders hurled about error, or else tho secret of perpetual skillfully devised moox-peasW What! rivo years! So much? by machiuery. The next to victory, the British marines were superhuman strength, strewed the youth had been entrusted to his keepi- step forward must bo So much? made in the di- making long scores in the dust of Alex. No, uo! Uion my word 'tis hardly ten! foreground. In the middle distance ng-, as the John Boyd I sought had rection of better crops, and this ad- andria. The knapsack of every French Auguttn D. Dunn, fn the ContinrnL I n arose a wall of rugged, n been an old friend of 1113 father's in his vance iwll of necessity have to be the soldier is said to contain a rocks, while far above this jagged line younger days, a period too far lvnioto result of mental activity. baton; but certainly "Tommy Ata long rango of peaks in the past for supposition to render TllE OKEIX CLUE. The census report places the average kins" never started on a inarch without towered heavenward. Descending a him identical with tho one now before production of crops at a very low vieTd a bat and ball and set of wickets on rocky defile, and inttho shadow of the me." A Story or a Mrmi?e Kvcut. average g wal$wcre to be seen At these words his smile gave place per; here. The possibiy wheat yield of hi3 back. indeed become a Let tnc first ask has the reader ever two Ulii will not haokneyed It has exceed sixteen travelers, motnted on low but to a more serious expression. attempted any psychological experibushels per acre, which is hardly a re- phrase that Englishmen take cricket muscular and "He was probably my father's turn donkeys, ments, or sought to understand many that compensates for tho with them wherever thoy go, yet few" of tho$o minor problems that spiritual much used in such localities. Beyond friend," he said, simply. "My father of production, and what is true total cost of wheat perhaps understand how completely :i these four living obfects, no other signs has been dead for several years." science propounds, bnl does not reveal is quite as true of the is true. In Africa, not only at Natal of life were visible It was a spot of Seeing that the subject was even yet crops. Now and then"run" of other and Georgetown, Wynborg, Fort Elizato the material intellect? onegfinds a a painful one, I at once turned the conIn psychology we have the first great great loneliness andsolitudo. The travelers were habited in tho versation to other matter, and we were farmer succeeding in raisingTcrops of beth, Sunday's River, and other spots which separates the human nearly double tho average vielll, show- iu the south, but on the western coast Jiriuctple rude, coarse costumes suited niero animal, or it may bo a amid these wild scene, while to a life soon earnestly engaged in discussing ing that there is a possibility That soil at Lagos and elsewhere, and on tho the great, current topics of a more cheerful na- can be certain mysterious degree which naprofitably tilled when the re- north in Algeria and in every part of hatslthey wore con- ture. ture bestows on a chosen few of the cealed their quirements of In , . .1 feagfrom my scrutiny. It was only as I was about J.o take my jtud then nct'5 tho case are understood, l.'.,- ..lfl ll1,. ... . t nl l...n. .......Asia countless subjects of her animal kinr When they hsuWfaPptwl Onro writer has: upon. L still nearer, lonve that again rofcrW.l adjElfis fa- aptly said that a failure is often JiftgfetestioVn lo m& a stjU elevation IS one of made from every part of India aud Burniah, ner ft?cenun- scale o: progress tnat forward.tho rider Rused, and pointed ther's death, expressing my own regret of a wheat crop on land especially the China and Straits settlements, Jaand the assurance of my f.iMier's sincere adapted to potato reaches from protoplasm to this last culture; barley is pan, and Ceylon with its I followed with m eve the direction sorrow when he should learn of it. altitude. at a loss on land that would pro- clubs, but also Aden he indicated, and uw where a small ha now been some twehe years grownmagnificent aud paying crops of and Zanzibar from America,in Arabia, "It Of what psychology consists bow In though stream spouted fron the crevice of an since his death, and the circumstances duce closelj allied its wonderful essence is adjacent cliff,- form'ag a little pool of attending it were peculiarly sad," voting oaL. Tho causo of all this is simply a base ball holds the foremost place in to that of life where the line maybe lack of tho knowledge of tho constitu- popular Osteom throughout the North, drawn that will properly divide materi- sparkling beauty 5 its base, then John Boyd replied. "My father had ents of the soil, their adoption to dif- whether in the States or Canada, crickwound iu and out, life a sheeny ribbon, been in tfie West, prospecting for a yoar al from spiritual all these ferent plant growths; to a lack of suffi- et is plaved regularly; while in Mexico are rnigmas that the profound acumen among the loose stfocs, until finally or more, and in company with a friend cient thought 011 these matters. Tho and at Panama, as" well as all along lost to view. The tro travelers rode and 'com rade started on his homeward of many centuries has failed to eluciowners plod along ear after year with tho southern continent, from Guiana to date or particularly analyze. Why to where tho spring pished forth, and way. They were lost in the wilds a bare subsistence, with little more Buenos Ayros, Montevideo undEstancia both dismounted. of the trackless forest, and at last, may not psychology be a thing of variAdela, round the While one busied himself about the in trying to discover a trail, by thought than with teams they drive, Plate Rher, to Chili and Peru, up tho ous stages and gradual developments? finding fault the astonished natives the soil, weather, On every hand we easily perceive a saddle of his trusty animal, the other means of which civilization might once Providence, their business, everything have seen tho aliens amusing themsimilar ratio of i degrees,' from tho tiny came to the spring ind laid, aside his more be reached, they by some fatality but the right one their own ignorance. selves after the fashion of tho cold cliseed to the great world which urges it sheltering hat- - It wis theii I saw his became separated. My father's fata The bu inir of improved machinery , mates whence they came. In Europe to a perfect maturity, and which ma- features for the first tbie. His face was remains to this day a sirron ful mystery. blooded "tocTc and all the other modern it is needless to say how a ploasantone, nothaidsome, butagree-abl- e His companion, a'fter many perils and aids to farming, will not pay turity the world itself has spent ununless tho game is, while in all the strange to the eye. for a gnial, kind nature prhjtttions, finally made his way back numbered ages in striving- to attain. thuro is a purpose to work and use nooks and corners whoro Englishmen to anxious and expectant friends, and It is not so difficult to consider that the was discoverable in its lineaments. afteiis systematically to an advance point keeping have found learning that no tidings of my them their capabilities. Toinuse them practiced. a home it strictly animal creation embraces but a His completion seoied much emAt Gibraltar and Malta, in with life and ex- father had been received, he magnan- as labor savers, simply to do the same Jamaica and on St. Helena, New Zealower stage of psychological develop- browned by ment, though as varied in its ieculiar posure to wind and stn A large mole imously retraced his steps, guidiug an work upon the farm that was done be- land and Nova Scotia, the Bermudas, phase of advancement a the higher just to the right of his nose, 'a little exploring party, who sought long? but fore, is not really an advance s,tep in Barbadoes, the Falklaud Isles, and Iho order, which includes man, is in its re- above the heavy muaache, gave a pe- in rain, for any traces of the lost one." farming, but when they aro used in Feojees at all these places matches Before young Boyd had finished his spective and unequal distribution of culiar emphasis to Vis features, and possibilities then have been settled as well as the climate, to impressed still morotdistinctly on my narrative I regarded him with the proportionworth their eoul poiyec and intelligence. is seen, aud a so ahead the country, and the circumstances their true The reader who has never seriously mind his countenance, which was that keeuest interest. The strange imnros-- 1 r i itiscovcreu emerging tho would allow. debated these questions, will doubt- of an entire stranger. Carelessly run- sion ot unaccountable resemblance ITf,...,,, ruts that hide many an other Mr. Alfred Jingle's famous accouut ... -iium .i .....:. :.ii. into less regard ithis torj; as one of Un- ning hi hand tnrouglhis matted black iut. mjicimatuu "tun niptuiy wise iplondid ability. The farmers who of the cricket match in Ctlon, in questionable impossibility nay, as hair, and tossin ii back from his strong couvictfour f s tho lucky ones It is this class which hot water had to be poured on J he voting John Boyd I now saw rend aro even absurd; however, as this may be, heated brow, he Knei and to just mentioned who are members of the ground Ui mako it possible lo pitch drink from the crysta pool at his feet-B- y was but a counterpart of tho elder farmers' clubs, take the best journals tho stumps, and where the field all the story is as follows: this time his compaion had reached John Boid, whom I had seon in my published, buy each Some autumns ago! had occasion to jear a dozen or so dropped in their places asphyxiated, has travel through Central Kentucky, and his side, and as the) one stooped to dream. Even the mole to the right o"f of the best books that aro issued, and always been received as a rather highly as, in addition to my business, I had a tjuuwu uu uiiiab 111c mice gave a SW1IC, the noso, though smaller aud less con- who are not always baling their exnec- - colored piece of reporting; but lightish proposed improvement of my health .searching glance aromd, then quickly spicuous, was not lacking. play at Acapulco with tho How strange that I had not at once tations of becoming rich and prosper under consideration, I chose the saddle drew from its leather casing a gleamous upon me adoption ot tree trade, temperature 145 ing pistol and placed I at the bended discovered the likeness--, whiuh now andthe conse ptent cheapening of every and a match of tho field at fromdegrees, rather than a vehicle or train, dcemibf was reported Fpper llashed upon me like a startliusr revola- this method of locomotion more condu" head of the unsuspectbg victim. thing they buv, but does see that India a year or two ago when, in the As the murderous iitent of the vilen ciye to the;dcsiro,l eflect, and there be-- ! of month of ono of V?'1 knew tho! labor are -- nd'pwtec upon An icS middle of the hottestever msr also in my splotol mi,i OVU1U lain Hashed across mylrain, I instantly y recorded, two eachother. tho hottest seasons ivmiv cr.n, sought to cry out in varaing tones to answer. points only accessible in this manner. There is a want of more thought and a elevens met and actually phued out a inuocjnt companion ; "Who During the first few davs of my journev his helpless and companion wider ranre of knowledge in this coun game. "Not a living thing' the rethe weather was all that cofild be de- but a strange numbiess seemed to on this fatal journey?" of try, and the porter wrote, "dared the heat, "A Mr. Jacob Lagrow. who yet be dependentprosperityandthe future will each side scored over a hundred and yet sired, eren of this charming season of overpower me, and aal iny lips. I upon it, runs. needing it, lives near here. He is a successful will finally hazy atmosphere, indolentsunshineand could make no sound. Tim Vllltlirns nvon liml fnt-oobtain ri.fmra in ,. ... , . V. I strove to close nir eves, ami tlmf cattle trader, and has been very kind devekiml Jleralil. the end sought. h. snaue, out tne uritisu soldiero ran gorgeous colorings; but with the fickle tue out the fearful sight, si soon to be en- - to me on numerous occasions. The ness lor wnicn tins latitude is noted. the overthrows with all tho energy ho acteu, yet tne same itranire power. friendship he bore my father doubtloss .ii miuuiiig, iinsmueu 03' a single sits - ' .' could have shown at Sandhurst on an Wild Flowers irNh It'ielorir. picion 01 augnt save loveliness, unless eciuuu!' lu "om lui " aDeyance, prompts him to these acts." English summer dav." The ground, I shuddered at these words: they ii naa .1 warmer anu more languid air, j l"uuuiuscu. xwrv was a iiasn, A correspondent gives some sjicci-me- too, had its defects, for long leg stood a curl of SIUoke, and wkh a shudder of were so gratefully spoken, and the slowly iiitoacloudynoon,0frau"-hgrew in brushwood, while backof tho ilocid turn of speech H'hicli waist-dee- p with a chilling wind, and finally merged norror. T &aw the hclpl&s prey fall for- - terrible vision of the past night was so seems to be ingrained in the Celt, and stop had a ravine behind him over clearly defined upon my vet Totenttvo an evcniug black with ominous wan! inln thv. nlpnr n'M. wUinU into we cut tho following choice examples: which lie had to scramble for every bye. dyeiu"- its memory. Still what could be said or cioutis and threatening rain. I was crimson with the But even this compares somewhat xho loiiowinsx anecuote win serve as done? anxious to reach my objective point; purity. j, t.l.. tho' power Was the tlrenm but the storm seemed so uear at hand, this tribe. A jrentlttuian, brown powder, w fy calmer indir for an Ticcusation? i liPwAriAw while the village I desired to reach vet author of this foul ithin tho center an obasking an exlay several miles awav, that I consid- - i gathered up the still urui'uuv Ul his ment told me that assuredly it was not. overheating a of long patch of lime and sand, seven an unsuspecting for- palm-treePositivo as were my owncouvictions, orbitant fnro ered it a wNcr thing to cast about for a victinl anJ carrying ito a crevice, or about the I had no visible grounds upon which to eigner, exposulatod with him on his field." Yetbeing dotted obstacle, tho -- " ' . whatever the 'i ;: orvtii iius portion 01 me ' build my imputations. For proof I had audacious : of the tariff, ii.i country was "but sparsely settled, and """ann"."ui"in:u:uieueaYysiones concluding with tho wordS:''-- I wonder cricketer will have his game, and as a few premonitory drops of rain ad- - to closo tIie aperturefand hido his only the strange vision of a restless you beach of Turk's Island haen't more regard for tho truth." whether on theof Pernauibuco, throws vised me to make "a liastv decision, murderous work from hlman ken; then, night or the shingle Ai thousand conflicting thoughts per- - "Och, indeed, thin, I've a great dnle I urged h.... horse forward aud stopped irninir lo,the mule 1, a rAmnnmit.. I. a .1 all his energy into tho work before him. loxed me; but oven in. my uncertainty more regard for the truth than to be atthfi iirxt. hmicn ninn ,.. ....... t,- but latelv ndden. ua reuiuveu .. Indeed much of the foreign history of E was a small and rather unnrenosses- - weighty uags of leathej that were par- - felt that I must carefully consider the dthragging her o it ou every palthry England might be written from its matter and weigh well my actions, To occasion, Was the reply. ems dwellins'. builtof tnn ?.ni tu,...,i tiallv connealed under lie s.iiMIn nrnl matches, for wherever a regiment or a The Irish bull flourishes in Minister a little way off the road at the end of.a placed them under the sirts of his own. tmsienu i oaue good evening to my is stationed, there will long avenue of untrimmed and funeral-lookin- g j Avarice had promptd the atrocious young friend, promising to drop in as freely as in the other provinces of cricket bo played. Every Nation in By far tho best exponent of again on the morrow, as my business Ireland. act cedars. turn has wondered at tho Englishman At my request for a night's lodging Again approaching he spring, he would detain me until then and per- -' this form of speech was a country doc- the lethargic Hindoos to see the the host a plain, practical farmer-assu- red carefully washed his knds under the naps even later. 1 spent the remainder , tor, now, aias: garnered to nis minors, sahib, in whoo hands aro lifo aud me of a hospitable reception, j slender, falling streaa, and then re- of the day and much of the niirht in ' In mental habit he was a true lineal death, pursue a ball which any one of his hat, as the ponderinjr over the stranire events doscendent .of Sir Boyle Roche hundred subordinates would" esteem it provided 1 felt willing to accept the moved his . . ... . i limited accommodation he could offer. j other had done, and biatto drink. As brought about the last few hours, At uiough hardly calculated to satisiy a a favor to be allowed to fetch for him; logical mind, his expressions were aud the pigtailed Chinaman and His house was, as I could see, quite a ne regained his upnghtoosition his faco one 'moment I had resolved on a exceedingly picturesqo and swarthy Malay to behold the "Tuan.'V ofton the next 1 email one, and he had already taken in was turned full towad me. I gazed, tain, course of Pnnvorfliiii1 witli a fnotu? otherwise so dignified and a wayfarer from the approaching storm, spellbound with astonished awe. It fntrmlntflH- - nt l,c oa tn fli Vrt nRftiv important a I adopted, ap-- , about the high rate of ii. 1111:11 iir in nit nnui iviiv iiujiim, uj to iivitu,wj jwiu siept (it method of procedure. finnBA person, taking delight iu running backo4i..l.i he remarked: ward and forward with a heavy bat in perfected, then abandoned as ity then iirevailing. I hsstAnnd fn ctati tliut Crt inr.Ar. t 1 ' mil side! "Bedad, pcojile comfortably housed I would be abun l bcnt ni3 cIosest scatiny upon him, unfeasible, a dozen different plans. My- ' never died there aro What andying who his hands which a servant might just as admirable well have carried. The bewildered before!" dantly satisfied, and at once alighted. thinking it might be alrickof the ira- - excited brain would suggest .an imme' Japanese as well as the astonished Peiuy precaution m seekm- a shelter Bp"iauuui uiua careiii inspection con diatp revelation to young John Boyd, ' result wa hero obtained by merely by cooler dictation which stituting the indicative for the was noLnrpmntiiro fnr:n.i..i...i vinced me of the idmtity. The face ruvians have dubbed the game as the, .efficacy--o- f aitch ,iionaLmood to put it from thogram- - "Madness," just asj in India a picnic is horse been stabled and my own comfort was a little younger and more Eccured than tlu min nml than that of the man beside a course, and advanced the conflicting mariau s point oi view, .viaiaprop culled a "lunatic's dinner,uandafancy 1...1.1 high carnival about tho place, dashin" me; but it was the seftsanie face. The argument that this act would brinronly are often closelv related to bulls, but ball a "fool's dance." diilereuce was only tat which a few additional unhappincss to him, without these are not closely confined to Irish Yet in India the natives are ceasing thet,jiarrojv .wndowsand lieating Jiean tinle and a httlj,less exposure to. the means ot substantiating the voraci- soil. However, this same old "doctor, to wonder and aro beginning to play in against the doors as if they envied the ' tno weather would necBsarily occasion, ty of my words. alluding to a recent and mysjerious themselves. At first they would have The thought came to ine to boldly event, devoutly exclaimed r "Tlie ways nothing to say to a game that tested tho cosiness within and meant to force an At tms juncture a fearitd clap of thun- . p.,... , .. k.fl t t.i unwelcome entrance. j ,er seemed to shake tie mountains, fol- - confront the guilty man with a revela- IIIISUllljIIIUIIS " nervesand fatigued the limb;but after a haps for concentrated inaccuracy of bit the moro robust bodies caught the My fellovr-trav- p lion oi nts crime, lcrl found to be a ' ovveI y tho stentorSn tones of some confession secret him by and wnncr from the swiftness statement nothing can surpass the fol-- great truth that healthful cxercie was mau vi oruinarj agreeableness, al- - "uou ."" """S "?n a loud voice, in though his efforts in that direction tie- - J Jn an. instant the scoe vanished the ....-mv denunciation; but. then, what ' lowing sentence, which oeeurreu' I., an ono of the secrets of the Englishmen's . ... wafers, the frowning diffg, the patient u nip craiuness snouiti am mm and put account of a burp-Iarrivon in an power, and one by one the swarthy served a better success than thevat- fruitless Irish the him on his guard while he demanded search,newspaper, '" Uter arecovered, players came on to the Held. all the money was or witness of me? In that case At Bare-illnot long ago where the se froof be holples. "On the following except one pair of boot."' Surely Mr. keener air and more rugged country yiuei Dosom all uaij&o mu lutuufj, as l umi irequentty questioned similar impressions previ- - ' "tunbled into utter thingness. Did morning I was still lost in a sea of Matthew Arnold will not quarrel with have bred a vigorous clasf a school no, not allthe face still ro- - doubt, and in this state of uncertainty the lack of lucidity which save this eleven of native lads beat the artillery ously. j I say all He was tallcativeand' suflicientlv so- - maned- - .When I owned my eyes it and indecision I once more found my- and the following to the world: Our team, and local journals now record ci&l. and of uieuium lniemgcnce, et most '"ciaggard and pale self faco to face with young John Boyd. death famous jijr dancer canieby his regularly the prowess in the field of ."" in a faction tight at a village Hindoo and Mohammedan cricketers of there was a something, at vagiie, indefi-- ) i" the "1IU morning Itjht; but less I noticed a buggy standing before his fiite that UIU not allow me to fster tlian when l so atently regarded office, and when I reached tho door I fair. An inquest was held, at which a Agra and Lucknow, Delhi and Lahore, found him with hat and gloves on, pre- verdict was brought in that he met his Benares and Allahabad. Traveling, atertain either an indifferent or per- Jt a 'eu" moments preifeus. death "W the visitation of God, under too, from India eastward, we find in XecUy harmonious feeling toward him. tor a brief space I vas startled and paring to go out- circumvtanrrs. "Are you on a trip?" Tasked, pausing Tbwrewas a Jatent quality in his com- - bewildered, then wift a swift glance Burmah and Singapoie, in China aud There is a great deal of unconscious Japan, the native joining in the amuseposition' that created a certain discord around I recognized 4e simple furni- - on the threshold, and declining his humor in the deiriptions ,giVCI by ments of the English communities; and in my own. juen impressions are not lure WI ine roora anitjit once compre kindly extended invitation to enter. unfamiliar to me. Mnt nf mrifrinmi hended that I wasstil under the roof "Yes, a short one, he answered, "and f rustic patients of their sufferings. whether at Rangoon or Atnoy, Nagasaki hfps, most of my dislikes, spring from which had ailorded vol shelter from tho not a very pleasant one, I fear. I have Witno-- s the following instances: , One . or Yokohama, tho heathen names havo hisdiviaatiqn. n In pasVmjr porM.nAttt-- . JWUJQJPJoifUarejito& lust learned that .Mr. Lairov was a pplicant for relief said that he had a their place in everycricJvftUueleyen. tally unkaowa-ihost nas veiaemborea my re- thrown lTomniKlKTrie early tlFK J113 IU1UUI, ilUH Uil llU.lll a crowded street. I lUilliUlllll-viin me English language the English have sometimes felt strange sentiments quest to call rae,eafrV said ray com- mg, ami is seriously injured. 1 th misfit was as if ac had it in yer hand, land has traveled round tho world, of attraction orjrepulsion. panion: ! thought he intended to beat I would go out and learn the parttcli- - were ue'e.i'ti'" it. Another, viho do- - Eastimo beer bottles, it has been said, . XajJftlwinfrunMhpi!n" surfffr ;mnr - down the door, Didn't; it startle -you?'' lats,and also see if fcau bo of any erv-"-1 flared that. saving your presence, his have hitherto marked the advance and CJ . K .j..w ilUfUiBionsas is occasionally jtheJcase, I have "It certainlr m,l " 1'nnswnrprl- hut. ice. By the way, suppose you ride sutomacn nau gone to the wesht of his limits of British enterprise; but with rarely found myself aC fault. Either I reallv forgive kJm, tJ it put en end to out with me? I should like your com- rib, must have been an interestin" greater truth it may be alleged that tho adrnwaHeiualities to win antimli&tTnn a uiusi- unpieaamt dredm mat was pany, and besides, if there is an neces pathological study. London Sectalor. presence or abence of cricket defines or obnoxious nniu: In sity for nry remaining, you can return .i:i:i... hauntino mi"tlw... , the area of British predominance and were?dicovered on a closer acquaint- a little start and with the buggy." the extent of British "Influence. And it t. Cholera anse: ,!, have3eld6m hal occasion la looked at me closelv. "If my presence will in no wise inis surely a finer demarkation than the , alter the first impression, be it of friend convenience you I will gladly accept institutions which commonly evidence Will the cholera affect lifrt incur. ifiin' inflifTiimnnA Ui U1SIIKC in a voice grown suddenly huskx. "It your offer," I respouded. of conquest or oppresuumi.niui.li nM .1: i:i. ancc?" I asked of an agent, it will the boundaries of bringiug with exDuring the, general, conversation, I interrupted, a dretm for me also a Perhaps this was the solution of the undoubtedly sion, for inslcd it affect policies. Theitourist learned that my was a cursed one."' he cried out' savagely. problem that had o perplexed me. tortion and cruelty and death, it forms who goes abroad will have to Mr. Jacob Lagrew, from an adjoining "Bah' Why shook! recall it? .Dreams "Not in the least," he made answer. a bond of fellowship between the natives countyj Jvhbjvas .then.ouufrom homo signify nothing.; I . 'I shall be glad to have you go." And mit from the insuriugompaxiT if he and the aliens, and is a never-failin-g wants to preserve his "life insurance. for thri purpose of buying cattle, in lie ended with1 loud, defiant laugh, 1 went. of health and strength. HarIntercourse with Atlantic ports W nll sourceWeekly. which he largely dealt. As mv host while the words .which arose to my lips On our arrival we were shocked to icy holders in the per's interior may bj prowas also more interested and better in- in explanation ofaivown strange vision learn that Mr. Lagrew had expired but formed on that subject than on most remained unspoken. Some The old custom of bottling tears is while before. His fall had hibited hy some companies. a little havo no clause in their others.Hbe, talk naturally drifted in the My room-mat- e toilet, caused an internal hemorrhage, which ing such a prohibition. contracts allow- still continued in Persia. It must be made a hasty ..,,.., ., airecuon oi cattle trathc and matters j and left before breakfast saying he spcoduy terminated in doatn. scarcely , New Orlans yery old, as it is alluded to in the ." u pcnaimng mercto, wbife I, being little wished to reajh adistant point during less surprisingwas the information that ' " n , ;? i ."fi",' i? "unnfftn sea-h- e Psalms of David. As the mourners are " may be acquainted with this especial topic; the nay. sitting around and weeping, the master had made young John Bovd his solo (Icm v ?' Attendance on tne cotton ex- - of ceremonies presents each one with a listeued and interogated as occasion , and legatee. Whenla8kwl4 few indirect quesposition during the winter wl not wipes off tions of my latter information I more read-- , 'wllhn thislimTtation." "By the come piece of cotton, with whichis heafterward concerning the past cotton After an early supper, during which history of his found he ily comprehended than did my compan- - saW tui, as,aU .therc are 'so wa'. his tears. Thisbottle, I and the tears are the thrifty housewife gave us plain but could give no reeenfc squeezed into a on ion, who was apparently stunned by OHS kiukj, ia insurance. food, we talked on gen-- , the subject; WeJaJ information the the intelligence. preserved as a powerful and efficacious s,restcd that as aQ it uas found that a large nnmbS reviving a dying man after enthqu&rtionsfor.an hour or so, when person in To him it was an overwhelming act of houses in New Orleans had been un-o- remedy for means have failed. It is & "resided near the our host signified his readiness to show town which f every other termimagnanimity on the part of the dead occupied for a year after tho epidemic &red us to omf sleeping apartment, prefixing nus of my jouriey the present also employed as a charm against evil I might doubtless man: to ma it was the only nosihlo nf vnllmv fever. The dm his motion for adjournment thus soon gam any information influences. Tho practice was once uniwealth which companies canceled their policies on versal, as is evidenced by the tear botI desired to ob- restitution of with an apology for the necessary earlv tain from those who were in neighborly tho guilty could make to the injured scor.e3 of them. Where suoh cities as habits he had formed in his rota o'f relations with tles which are found in almost every farmer, while we both assured him that he was a most km. So far as he knew, living. And as Hooked once more on Marseilles and Toulon are deserts by ancient tomb. the iace, now calm and impassive, their population to the number of excellent gentleman. after our respective'long rides the In addition tosems business matters which had so short a time before moved dreds of thousands, a presumption of The Charity Organization Society taiet with oar entire approval, which called a to this town, my fa- me with horror at the evil it concealed. doubt N cast at once on an insurant of Philadelphia reports that during six and that we were quite ready to act ther had rniuuoi iir- - 4.1J irmtn' in- - I resolved that the terrible secret bu claimant. If his property bum months there have come under its care "i iijFn upus JU i qtJlnes concwHW- .. ld friend of his ried in that lifeless bosom should sleep j must -- how that it was inhabited at ha 185 cases in which men have deserted As ourjiost's accommodations were who the eaided tW wheQ he last heard until a higher tribunal than earth's time of the fire. These epidemics plav their familus. In 112 cases intempersrmiBWannA I from him if should awaken it. havoc with us in more ways than we ance was the cause. It is estimated ars previous, and, s Md not only but still liriug, t With thisresoive I turued resolutely .ire apt to think of."S. Paut Pioneer that from 600 to 700 desertions annually :e mvseii snou. oaand shortly after our hst suiea .M n away from tne dead man and from the I JViSS. occur in that city. Philadelphia Times, Xtlcom - The Hickman Courier. SAfffia i1&JS be had inadvertently e. a.vIJ? feftiS J0K ?& whoJ?M afflicted with soma i whUa Blood had resisted all of treatment. The Specific relieved .orts her p2?ne,n.t,y' S$ ,httl1 nse it In my practice." Vf. E. Bbo.xte, 3L D., Cypress Ridge, Ark. f f.wift EP2flo en my littl A Great Problem? TcJic all the Kidney and Liver ? jrJllcliab,Katherahw7 first hoaerkm ox"1b9e lf1thorltT that the 2Tedlclnsti Take all tho Blood purifiers, ' ; Take aH the jyierumatfc remedie, Take all the lfyspcpstaani indigestion Take all the Ague, Fever, and billion iM "!.' ) t , cure. s. feeErI'rl -te- mporary to-h- e, j greateeS e and-twent- y time-wor- field-marsha- l's ghdw-cappe- if high-towerin- sure-foot- ed wide-brimme- d LEgypt.-.tha.gamo.is,play- -- T half-doze- n i Cleveland Leader. Farmers Try It I Cream cake: Break one egg in a Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Improved But- tumbler, fill with sour cream, then adal k the only oil t'ii??!?rw"S.be ound one cup of sugar, ono teaspoonful of that will not become rancid. Test it soda, and llour to make thick as for wI Prove it. It will not color jelly cake, bake in layers. The House- the butter-milk-; it rives the brightest color hold. ?L2y the cheapest. the strongest and ?det ana is therefore An drink which might once iu a while bo Thi rice which never to given to the children, is made of ono young people, though they are sticks exmore quart of water, one tablespoonful of posed to it than any other Z7n ginger, four tablespoonfuls of sugar, Judge. and nearly half a pint of vinegar. xV. Ltdia E. PrKHAM's Vegetable Comr. Post. pound strengthens the kidshawls and hoods may bo neys and aids digestion. stomach andcood Zephyr Is equally cleaned by putting them into a pan for both soxes. with some Hour; rub the articles as you uramr is Potty would wash anything if they vrero In Ticks. 1,T?.l,lJ? S1"1 Oil City Derrick. yvater, shake well and hang on tho lino, tit is her sister, Tac Ticks. But the thnri Through iloxL and they will look as fresh as new. Pamllos Cough Cure cured an Infant Boston Post. only a of whooping Many farmers are very careless in after afew weeks old, of physicians cough consultation prosowing buckwheat. It is often the cao nounced it beyond recovery. It stops the that old and worn out fields are whoop and allows the breath to return. ploughed up for this crop If well "Waiter, did not tbranb ploughed and thoroughly harrowed this soup as yoa Iwere see your it tome!fa bringing such fields might produce a good crop "Yes, sir; it thumb-time- s happens. " but one harrowing is not sufficient. V -- . r. Herald. Is you want a- One looking Face, And a Skin rosy and clear, A delicious pudding is made in this Beesox'8" way: Chop a pineapple quite fine; take TJso disease will Sulphur Soap; all Trace disappear. Of some cake which isalittledry,'rubitfiu 32ySold by druggists, etc, everywhere. yom- li:ind nri,riisli ir nn in 1vr.i.-.l- . .... .. J.tt .i,.i. :fu The moon is a sort of matrimonial over uvs.tiu, Mil it trv. a yuuuiuji uisil nv, ii iiuu alternate layers with the pineapple, Vsesr. She is mistress ot the Ud. 6ct- sweeten abundantly, moisten with cold water and bake in "a moderate oven for "skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" rean hour and Mbany tires health and vigor, euros Dyspepsia,?!. warm-weather Ad-rice- . U-18 -- Tako all the .Brain and 2erva fores rcriuere, Take all the Great health restorers. Iji s7iorf, take all the best qualities of all these, aud the best Qualities of all the best medicines In the world, and yon yvill find that Hop Bitters have the best curative qualities' and poyvers of all concentrated In them, and that they will cure wheal? i. any or all of these, singly or combined xl( ., FalL A thorough trial yvill give positive proof of this. Five years Ago 1 broke down with kidney and liver complaint and rheumatism. f Since then I have been unable to beabout atalL My liver became hard like wood; my limbs yvere puffed np and filled wkh! ' water. . All the lest physicians agreed that could cure me. I resolved to try Bop' Bitters ; I have used seven bottles; the hardness has all gone from my liver, tho swelling from my Uinta, and It hsxs worked a miracle in my case; otherwise! would have been now in my grave. J. W. Moeey, . specifics, Hardened Liver. ' m nothing-- Buffalo, Oct. 1, 1881. Poverty and Suffering. was dragged down with debt, poverty end suffering for years, caused by a aiclc family and large bills for doctoring. "I was completely discouraged, 'T til one year ago. uy tne adviee of my paster. I com menced using Hon Bitters, and in one men th ye were all well, and none of us have seen' a sick day & luce, and I yvant to say to all poor men, jou can keep your families well a j ear with Hop Bitters for less than visit yvill cost I know it," A. s - - f three-quarter- s. Journal. - wide-sprea- d - - out-of-b- :- be-n- I blue-jacke- ts vfeS TfiV ...... n special and important iudustry. It is time for our farmers to understand, savs an Iowa experimenter, that the days of tho small horses are over, except to drive to town and for light livery yvork. They can not afford cither to raise them or own them. If they will observe carefully they will discover that it costs no more to keep 1 a colt two years than a calf, and that during these two years on j stock keep tho colt vVillincrea-- iu val- - j ue a great deal faster than the calf. Wo do not advise farmers to go alto- - j gcther into horse farming or into any ! &pem;uiy, uiib along wuu me uui calves and pigs, raise' a few good, largo colts.' It is unsafe to devote a farm to any one kind of stock. The true wisdom is to raise sonio of each, but what-eyc- r you do, raise the best , How to avoid cutting a warm shortcake is a diflicult question. It is solved by cutting the uubaked dough into two equal parts. Roll one out; put it into tho baking tin, spread it with butter as if it were already baked, then roll out the other part and lay over it. When baked these parts separate readily xvithout the aid of a knife. A thin coating of butter is all that is needed. V. f. Post. It is stated iu French agricultural journals that French cheese makers are not satisfied unless they get from S150 to S200 per annum from each cow. This is owing to their expertness and thoroughness in the manufacture of cheese, and each particular agricultural district of Fance has attained a celebrity for the making of some particular varioty of cheese, developing into a -- wiest cup on record: The hlc-cnQuick, complete cure, all " Buchu-paiba.- " aanoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, $1. ptintod the sky red. X. TO AXTIQCAMAKS. The WouKn?c,JiA.x. ( , tyxono genuine without a bunch of green Hops ou tho white label. Shun all the vile, poisonous stuff with "lit p or "Hops" in their name. Graphic Salphnr Soap Glenn's Communicates freshness and purity to tho complexion. Hill's Hair Dye, black or brown, 50c Xothino "strikes oilH so effectively as lightning. Loicell Courier. Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for erishness.wornw.constipatioujtasteless. 3$4 . . other night and The moon was full the Y. . I . j WONDERFUL CURES OF KJDNEY DISEASES LIVER COMPLAINTS, AND DOES w ' fev- - j j , 1 CJ iioc 4"WnE"? the leaves begin to tarn" you commence to read a book. When 1 "Rough on Corns." 15c. Ask for It. Com-plete cure,hard or soft coEns,warts,bunions. A bad miss take Marrying a ptred girl. high-tea- j J 1 and Kidney complaints .are cured with Fspillon Blood Cure. conceals his defalcations. A bank-telle- Dtspepsia, r Stomach-nch- e, Biliousness Becane It acts on the LITEU, BOWELS aad KIDSETS at th mm tlms. JSecanse It cleanse the sjstem of thaeolsas. on humors that develops tn Xi&cay and Urinary Diseases. Jasndire. Conttfpa. ITer-totion, Pil, or Is, Bnenmsilssi, Slanders and all Feaa:e Complatnta. tFbVLWFBOQrOP IMS. IT tcttt. HTrnTrr.w CTJEJ COH8TIPAT10M, PILES. and RHEUMATISM, By eaustnc TUBS ACTION of all tha crffasa and fancticnj, thereby reatoziss tha sorsial power to throir off diaeaw. THOUSANDS CF OASES of the worst forcas of these terrible diseos hat-- been quickly relieved, aad In a short ttmA " o us j CLEANSINC belies his name when he the BLOOD j plete euro Coughs, Hoarseness, "Hough on Coughs," 13a, at Drucgists. ComSoro Throat. raid, e the use of Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. THE Headache is immediately relieved by GREAT 6ERMAH 1. UQCID OB DST. SOLD BT DtrGCtSTS. Hry can bo ssnt by zaaiu. VTKT.T.1. B1CHABDSOIT & Co., BurHnrtOB.Vt. 3 Sad Ump lot IM.ry JJmacss f(lr list. PERFECTLY CURED. r t o J ' i&h Irail m 1 R 1 ":fHfc t Mil a M REMEDY JtaAfAM'ri mJ,d2B . a 1 f"ifia(ffl2 For Fain! t asd BclleTf 1 caret Among Railroad X. Men;. RHEUIATIS3, .Neuralgia, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, Tomatoes. - t iu" us i , ..... - life-Moo- r- bmU'dCTlba'tnrf1 -, ... . car-dri- er aii-m- ;i. 1 1 1 X. - 1 man-of-w- ar wide-brimac- d .' j i ai-tio? ! uiortal-parent- ly j ! - sub-follow- i I condi-inquiredint- o.. sun-brown- ed .t I I 1..-1U- 1 tirvillt-IICVill- of ,.,T.. ; '. y 'f - i ! "" "i on ! ! I ! UI I i fi.ii. - i anilvLire-Iusuranc- 1 . fellow-travel- er , Tomatoes are the crop forever-- , body. jTw.assHF BACKACHE, the ii Lowell They arc particularly iccomiuendcd to LotvELi, Jlasi itaixh 25, 1S&L J Headache, Toothache, that class who go to'farming and garX-Dr. DacU KeUHtJi'. KoKdnut.SORE Biffin Jk QUINSY,. THROAT, dening for pleasure or profit, but who CSSkJi rlattMiwirfeWTttTSw Beau Sir: I thinS it Is dne to jou that I should SWEUJNGS, make itin following uta'ciuenUanl I make Uolnn-tarlldo not know anything about the and willingly: Oniheith day of Juno, ISSI.'I SPJtAIXS, (i, and who think it is not necossarv was taken wltn what a called paralysis ofthe Soreness, CuU,"J!njhf, bowels. The wlxnm was nnexpectM and terrible. to know anything. Tho tomato will do IWiif J8 ? The stomach and oihrr organs seemed to ympathlia FROSTBITES, t'l L tho best, with, thojfevhodo nptjfn rsei aWHRSi with It and to hare Ic all power of actfot. Fora W17XK2CM. tw.r.n. janfrfxutir0WASt'M4ffmIofV'iif a QanaJcl !THnytningbonVgantcflIngoT,a1iytn1 errt ; u tlnr boauy ulics cn my so f ar as to te a' Irtotldwouu Brtheadvlev ?Hr Cv,tfrTiL'r hi Sprttzs (VU). bopln", ot we can thiufc of. the man who caur r PSTLrMteWiKPi m Asa fhh.Un I and pains. . to bcnelUfrtm the i.B !fleu FIFTY KENTS A BOTTLE. XcUherwcrctbbe!tpliT!ietanjHif Lowell andBos not grow tomatoes would ne a curiosi Sold by aU Drogjian and ton. n horn I consulted, af lo to stljrd mo more than ty. Except, however, for his own use. no fctrenevh Dealers. Directions In ll transient relief, 1 Gained IntliQall n and my caso appeared almost hopel. . friend advised or unless lie is near a city market, and languages. mo to try K I N KI Y'. I"Jk.VOItITK JtEM The Cusrlcs A. Togcter Co. has plenty of land, or is near a canning and alibouph opposed to patent medicines. I long story- short factory, he will not enter v ory largely JeCtegS'Tf:ir.TM (Imu KA.T00SU3 00.) made the tnsl To make a my opinion, saved xar BJtinort.HL. U.S.A. life. 1 C03ldertt tha best preparation In the world into their cultivation. Every homecaii forstomach difficulties, as well as of tbe Llr and consume large quantities of tomatoes, other onrsns. IamKlad to ssy it Is la gene 3t CATAT-fHamong tbe men In this Tlclnlty; Sr if the trouble of canning them is gone Tours, etc, A. J. GUTOEdO My brother M jron into, and the- - are so easily grown and and mjelf were both Mr. GlfTord la the Master Mechanic of the Lowetf so easily canned that even farmer cured, to all appear- division of the Boston & Lowell Railroad, and his ID should always have a supply of them. WMWM ance, of Catarrh and ness and recovery are known to many who can t estlfy They are grown so plentifully, howJuly and to the facts In his letter. Aujnit Up to this TJse this medicine for all dlescs of the Blood. ever, that they cannot be said" to be a date, Dec. 25; neither Liver, Stomach, Uowels and fckln. Ii maysaT very- - profitable crop. Near large citios hare had any return of you or yours from pain and death. thoy arc cultivated for market purposes, Address, If desired, Dr. David Kennedy, Kondout, these trouble. Elr's but around such cities as New York and Cream Balm was the N.r. medicine need. Philadelphia, the market gardeners do Spencer, not grow them. Such gardons are too TiojaCo,3T.T. rich, and notlarge enough to grow such Ely' Cream Balm VOICE OF THE PEOPLEn a crop. It is not very tilficult to pro f. A. JUsvrt, Eso, formerly pi Chicago, aad new re ; tU duce the plants in hot beds, but that is of lnSU '3I0I Va sidingSt. PaulPaul, Minn, and connected with the c' ' FEVER fTP1 and can M. & tho only part of the work that requires this disease J,' R. It. Co writes under date auy special experience at all. The at 4 Cgits-- j Wcts.br man. Sample bottle by mail 1ST!: "PaplUontkln Cure cured ine of salt of Feb. of rheum BJ twenty years standing. I had the disease so violently-tha- t plants once produced and set out, the from fall to spring, my bands were helpless, and will grow under almost any circumwere kept continuously glovcdU" i f; I ' stances. Some people endeavor to HxsyxnYovsa, Hubbel street, near make it appear that there is something CWU WHERE All ELSE FAILS. street. Chicago, writes under date 'of Jor. 21. T5T' rap. Tauten good. Cough of "science" in their cultivation, but "To the praise of your rcmedy.(PaplUoa Sldn Cot), M Bratin ume.fayouia ot arurnsia use I will simply say that I was afflicted with salt rheum; we were never able to see it. Among mz&HF&iznxirsnmt for years; two bottles cured rac over four taonthaagij the "scientific" growers are those who r t and not a sign of recurrence since.1 attach great importance to topping tho Dr. Jso. W. Stsbzteb. an eminent Ilomspatblc , "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." physician of Chicago, writes under date, pfAprlf leading shoots, asserting that this will " I have used PaptUoa Skla Cure ea a num- 19. 1SS0: give larger and earlier crops. Bnt we I with most gratifying do not think that any benefit is derived HneFntn nnEOnCnO ChKrfillers berof cases of chronic Eczemacases have been cured results, feome very obstinate Wtltr for KitER tuna, pamphlet hv It n afp and rrfata 1 wi'i.mnipnd It sa Cirow them in the rfiniit...n a.f tnr. from such practice. Co.. UaciflrM. lima. a&aPrtcrs'.oTlieAultmaa&TiijkM . - . remedy. "i. easiest possible way is our advice, for Thomai R. Wiikilocx. lit Shangbat.i Chtoa., Jan. 'A KITErn Ladles and Qentltiara, tn they will not pa- for auy extraordinary BtVJcitTorConntrtotaaelJcht AI t Itbelr own Homes. (S to t day 13. 1SX sends for one doien botaes f PapilJoo Sktn work i carev and it is not really necessary, Cre, and says "we can net 'do wfctoout the- remedy 1 easllr made. Work sent by mail. Xo canvass, r either. ing. tVe bare good demand for our work, and for skin eruption. famish stesdr employment. Address with J S. TaTXOB.il. D Kankakee, 111. write Aprils It is not very many years since the stsmpCaowxK'rc Co.,S9tEacehtCia'tl,0. 1SS0: "I have prescribed Paplllon Skin Cure for sal?' tomato xvas believed to be poisonous. rbrum and Inordinate Itching of tbe body, with re SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, What a change has come over us! We markable results. I recommend It highly and eon Mole, Warts, FreckleiMoth 1'atcLe. I have become almost as great consumers tiler It a certain remedy. Xo remedy equals PaptBoa Erupt lon hears.anu an EkinCnif. for all skin diseases; It la asateandpott and lmperferllonsof the Vace,llscd of the tomato as wo aro of potatoes. and yet. and their treatment, dt Dr. live remedy." Wo have no idea of the quantity that John II. Woodbury. S? V. Pearl I Kor aale by all druggists. feu, Albany, X. V. Send 10c for boot arc yearly canned and consumed, but :t DOUBLE Barrel Breech it is immense; and when near a canI.Ofulen,lte bounding locks ning factor' the crop is reasonably and Pistol Grip, with outrit mmniptr. Send tat Drier list prohtablo. Tomatoes will grov at the Broadway. New lark. rate of about five hundred bushels to C.E.OvetU lifcto. ac 4 fc x n? xrrr.'Ta 3v wle ciid retail. 8end lor Established. 11(72: Incftrporved. the acre, and near the Eastern cities nt 0. 1). Wigs mads to order. 1NI. For thj" Curt! of Cuic era, FAIR Go. they will bring about a dollar a bushel. Ml AM. 71 State Street, Cblcaco. TnBora, Clccra, Herornt scd&aixDuxasKS. without tat That would look profitable. But those use o! knife or Loss or Blcod. asd Hule paia.Fof who have tried it s:i that it is not, at "itttIF.ffF OPIUM HABIT DrrosxaTio.v, ciscclam avd xznaxcas..aJdiTM r. X. POM), Anrorm. Kavne C.. IU least in a comparative sense. One Di. J, C, H07TKAH, JZYFIMKOT, WlfiCOKBrs. grower reports that on very suitable fact that moit of the It is a sol i"Tl eaT"AclvTork. City, five acres Horse and Csttla Powder sold In this conn yielded him annually from fifteen huntry la worthless; that Sheridan's Condi'mft tion Powder is absolutely pore and very dred to two thousand bushel's, llut he said it was a losing operation, for to ..aal.K . a a In.. ,I,.a ChAl,.' each raise the twenty thousand plants necbL It will also prevent man Condition Povcder. Dose, one teaspoonful tounri pint ofjcr zvvtri irrprTr.irni.iH actntyTnd cure sh Cholera, AMAI essary for the five acres he had to make AUIAirCM CHULbKA, cents in stamps. Also furnished in Urge. win, w fer use of four hundred sashes, and he u a. juimomr a. vy mm. breeders use, price JLOO; by maU, $1 J9l arcclars aeet Hua found that with far less labor, and in about the same time it took to produce yT3 ! y:t.3 the tomato plants, ho could have produced lettuce that would have sold for at least two dollars a sash. He thus lost half of the receipts of the tomatoes THE KGWRClmTJlTQ n producing the plants alone. Howvv?v igs m tamm 'ItTILL be paid to any one who will find aparttela ever, he nfight have been so located l of Mercury, Potash. IodlEe, ArKalc or any poisonous substance tn that this lettuce would not have yielded him so well, while there woufd have ihj been a good demand for tomatoes. But Rfl Days' 4if($ l as a rule the crop will not be recomI have cured Blood Taint by the ir. ffnst mended as an exceedingly profitable SpeeeerIhdmostslgnally failed use of Swift's TuTTfiiT m with the Mer-buii-ncss, y Popularity and eralnoss of Ir. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy X ThrlUlnjr froin 31nnter Hechanfc. SrPEitnrnxDatT's Omn, J Martie Mecu inii 's .ot lloeton Lowell B. R, : lUpair fcboi Ittcr iftJ' I E -- 1', - HAY-FEVE- R. BtRLYJH rl , 38KSrI Kid-ney- PAPILLON .. .. f ' TJalrty-thlr- d t - w , - . uisng-uremem- s bUN&D. price-lis- t. s t " n Si MAKE HENS LA1 ssssssk VT tassn f $1,000 Fast Potato Digging tt;H?? -- one. J eP'1-he- ir ".,."., ! ; , well-prepar- lt , i :. prop-positi- on ,.,. When they are grown for market, those varieties that can be got into market the earliest will of course bo the best It is tho early vegetable that pays for growing. But in the attempt to satisfy the desire for any early variety, we may often be deceived by glowing advertisements. Peter Henderson says that the varieties grown twenty years ago are not a day behind those that are put forward as "vastly auperior," and he thinks that the extreme point of earltness in the tomato was reached years ago, and that improvements now are oply possible In size, smoothness and solidity. Western Rural. r cury and Potash treatment F A.TOOMEE.iLD..Perry, Gs. Swift's Spedflc bas cured me ot Scrofula of U yean standing. Uad sores as largo as my hand, ana every one thought I was doomed. Swift's Speciao cured ne after physicians and all other medicine had failed.' B. L. HIGH. Lonoke. Ark. Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free - .tsTIPlii jV1 Wuj t9l ' "JI( :tC Wrtfu ruvrfnl ftard for FREK asWfMtssT mmrratml natklomse. in Six BsLUUat Colera. r V' nm. amO to mibllals. thnt - li nit le applicants. THE BWUT SPEOTIC CO.. Drawers. Atlanta. Ga. V. T. OlBee. ls W. VA St.. bet. h aad 7th Atb. Philadelphia office, 1206 Chestnut E- t- Mtwrct ManiaetiriBg Ci S&Z&Z.Xl"- - rrt o.t OfC ! EDUCATIONAL. 1T5J0 1EAIN ". COLLFQE OF LAW, raie. BTjTne D K Aromttic WDlie HOW m. T nrerentandeure aft. "rtssfisi and to teeaif awfely. - i,11:! sf slMl Ssi"-T- aailaHTf alts tssW i -- - that toe Free Church of Scotland has raisPd United Presbyterian fhurch tame period $50,000,000. lbQCVi Y0rk ,Ecmld scrcs iP Ao record one ( room-mate- frty u 'a t Wd-fellow- s, y. dl Address VauwnyB Beca., janeavme. w Men to Lear for terras. coramsT- aad B. E. Telegraph CoUege, Abb Arbor, Mich. typz-WKITLK- O aal er KKOiT-aTAK5ZSZ. BftoaicsfBr. 'treiUDOTn,.v.lAntilt. .; -- tMbyDn.U. toeeaw Wfc'SliSW wiu . e WM.BEYDOPPEL. MaauftMr, Pa. . ..... , YALE LAW SCHOOL. ia tha Ura JPJBOP. F.MAXa es September Tss CU Jw frA.Tl4ASJB, : ?5th.For nreajsr SSS& .m, jw WnSBs3g!S&SL UJfifiSyVTaKT flVW J ,...iMC.U fer a ss-- : ,. , Nert r 6 ' - j , r 1JS orST.'le.de crows ad " "" A.K. W.. - ja A slaV - fi on- firK-da- w "' ax. V-3- : 4T k - ?' T f L s) X S I "taaww;. ? un Tnrnur Jil MWWWPgWgr?", , LOCAL NEWS. J IHrkmmi. I Circuit Court next Monday. TJw DENTAL SCOTCH best in this ruaTkt-t- NEXT IVCOlSriDA.'S'. SXUFF, 1M.UIM1. the rtriUA 2 ra. ImeleyciLAtfcckathorrcsiden-- . tial election. dental work PartieaWihi"jr firt-cli- u a the lowest price, will do well to call at ofEcu, Iwill leave Hickman Oct. 1st, W.A. HkkOK. 1834. Xr. Hondrickg,jt worthy Ger- j Hon. Oscar Turner, Democratic cafididato for Congress, is announced to speak at- - tho court House, in Hickman, next Monday. This will ho Col. Turner's, opening snecch in "tlTe nending CongrcS' sioucl nice, and .supporters audi opposcrs from far and vuie, win turn out to hear him. We arc not advised as to whether Capt, Stone, and Col. Houston, candidates, v.ill bo pre6ontor not. . ZlcyclMul TuEEfiNG 01? THE FULlON (COUNTY DEMOCEACY. '' U C'wjt"13 Dcmori-jitl- .1 Salification. c itd -- Semlrieks ' rj mitzn- - . 0b. 1001. jn.ti'.v-frAKw- GRAND i WAP1 O WGP tf-- assemble in n ass meeting at the Cftj-- Deinocr.it ic Committee,) thiffOemoeracy of Fulton count) (JittlilH" ttm: A'titniXttiiit Pursuant to a call of the State Democratic Committee and in obe-- , diJce thereto the call of the A a&&B&&&8tsimm a&jgJ&?PS&Sffis uy bj'; x a bi yi Fimi mSA tsBi u vsf'sssaiafisnsafiaBSxsgia Km tssi m hii mp&mmw-v&y az'Ai i BSffitimffim' Irom . i s man citizen, died, Tuesday night, efflux. t i Tlio Kentucky Press is to visit.tho Exposition in a body on. the 28th1nstant. Ir-- A. Goodhart, years ago a well known citizen of Hickumn, died in St., Louis,. Saturday last. --His wife died only a month or " Assoeia-tio- n -- dajAugust KJth, 18S4. Jr. .1. E. Luton, Chairman of A sensation among HickmLMi colored people thOouuty Committee, in calling' was lUfkman, on Satui created Wmm1' lmSStX ' , -- two ago." -- - :i 1.69 C1ienr Anyone. Ollivcr Cbilirtl Plow No. 20 with one xtr point, i9.hU OllUcr Chilled Plo IS, with one extra jx.itii, sJUni, nt MUriK A SHAW'S. tb-- H 'I'. --, -- Tho cholera is still spreading ia France fttirilri 'some of the small tawwi panics have ensued, cnus- iag parents to " run off and leave -- tfcalcebijd las o Dice . Lr?23. to justice of the Peace J tetrnvrntf, Gvwnolms held er tried a casa always getting the litigants U compromise. for 8 years, and has nev- of the Mother Hubbard dress, In an Illinois town wearers tin- - leas bolted t the waist, if tlioy appear on tho streets are promptly inarcbedj)flto tbo lock-up- . FrpafOel. Tamer's list of appointments," wo soo that ho speaks at Fulton, Sept. 13; Clinton, J3opt. 35 j Columbus, Sept. 10; and Water Valley, Sept. 18. 7 NutePIaut' low price. ( The failure of banks dnriug tho past fonr mouths number GO, but with all those failures there has been no serious panic in business, although in some cities they hive caused much distress. Cleveland's private secretary, thinks his chiefs majority in 2ew York will nearly reach 100,000. The Governor will return from his vacatiou some timo next wock. Aff old lady in West Tennessee flagged down an nccommoda-tiotmitt recently and handed the coit4ctor n uinklo to buy a spool f No. 40 thread for her. "Isn't this the accommodation train?" she asked, and the train sped onward. A number of deaths in this eouuty are reported this wook, vi; Mr. John Maddox, an ;old awl citizen ; Mrs. Allies, rfctkTt of Mr. Ouen Miles frs. Jones, wife of our worthy young citizen, .Mr. Uunnie Jones. 1 Col. Dauiola Lamont, Gov. ! f-- t pitality to ail who may come to bread with us on that day, and interchange- democratic congratulation and good cheer the one with a Hick- county here avcmbled endorse the actton the other, on the grand basis of Cunningham, who is from man county,) struck the revolting of the District Democatic Committee in or the national Democratic ticket. to nominate a convict a heavy blow which saved dering a primary electionthin District, and Mud creek, unrivalled for hospitaCongress in tho guard's life. It is expected candidate forrecommend and earnestly re- ble barbecues will interchange wo hereby welcome the that Cunningham will bo pardon- quest all Democrats of Fulton county to generous and hospitality with'bot- Democrats of the ed becauso of his conduct on this attend tbo urimarv election on th 30th, occasion. Several convicts es- and vote for their choice for Congress ; and j lOln.B,' Ca'yce and Hickman will caped, and are yet at large. Two that we look unon the present demoralized shake hands with Democratic en- condition this were overtaken in Fayotto county, sincere of the party in bo itDistrict withjtuusmsm, Jordan anil Lodgton will further rearet : therefore, . . and killed, and the convicts killed Jittolvtd, That recoenizmff Ue ai3satis-- i lock arms in Democratic brother hood, and Fulton the acknowledgone citizen. fied conditiou of the party in this county j of the ed queen of local prosperity and and I)iatrit, and the vain cflbrlfl A TVulkliiR; SItfleton. Cojintv am! District Committees to restore enterprise will roach her hands Pa jui Yu cxn Hiwv '2't i:r ct'i't in jirit". ami vftitco; E Siri:urer, of MrclmnicsbnrK. fcTcr,J ImrmonTt and whercaB. the tvartv commit- - oTfcr tho whole for a grand shake -- C iici c 1 in iju.ilitv hv buvuig FUl.NI ''I was nfliicted with lune tfes have ceased to elioit the narty respect With Madrid Head a precinct, that and nbscesa on lungs, and reduced to a recessary to tlie advancement and prosper-mikin- g TLKKat Skeleton. Got a fn-- trial bottle of j jty 0f the party, and upon the contrary are never yet polled an K T.HAUnXKK'tf ote, and each wiil vie with of political wiro lr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, Jcnouncwl as a Our farms arc suffering scr- - winch did me bo much pood that I banRhtl pullers, trickatow ring schemers, banded tuo otitcr, in welcoming our, and ioiinly for the Jack of rains in this fa dollar botte. After iifinfr three bot'les. ' tccrethcr as conspiratora to defrauc certain neighbors from Tem.eoSce and count v. . In some neighborhoods ' ,,,!nd myself once more .a man, romplctrl votsiJlicir sutrragca ;rand wherea?t we . ini MVBBBBAO V. .W cwuie ws.aKoinc,. iirouu- - r . ' ,,,"." '! "tlt-I- fBMPBuHk..&whknd-S- no intcre.ta we have not .in com- at uus. yortune8 urug St ore and get a' tree tuu cum is tuv r;i tspu-nui,non with the free sufirftge of all and any day. Dis-abort half n crop, but in others bottle of this certai in cure for all Lunc irnlJ mtnlifipil American -- ntfir. and not undcr- - Anitugeiueuts are befng made imrtial rains htivc been enjoyed, ease. Large bottles SI. 00 sUndinghowor why wc could ask any sal - to secure soino emineni Demo: 'respecting Democrats to take upon tliem- - cratic speakers, but It is too early A good ram now would be worth such unnecesa-irreproach and ob- - now to make' positive announceTho LadiesVAid Socioty will thousands of dollars to tho farm" " Uity liall, v,ia- - ""' Cl" tot. wn the Democrats of ments. There will, bo no disap ers. ivoa concert at tlio ntwntryrn i . ltleoiuu-jiigiu- . iUgust u.ii, lii. ' Fuon eountv. rfcomraend that the Coun. pointment on this soore. The time ThoJUchards Prodigy Show proceeds" to be used forfurniRhhzg Committee and Musfc-al Concert gave an ex- Uie Hickman Methodist church. ty Democraticaoanuonen, be discontinued. iKetl for the barhauud is Tliursdny, unui me owe snuioreyer hibition nt City Hall, Tuesday Tho exercises will consist of vocal eaocraiic iomnimee anu uie recogniiv.-- jj'pt. lltll, and When posi night, but failed to attract a and instrumental music, recita- leaJers of the State Democrncv shall ex- - ti.e answers are received from in spcaiccrs. due announce i rrrm.n;. Knj v.iwi house to justify repetition on tions, tableaux, and conclude with i.;t.n.. defend the exercise of party authority in UlMitiil be made. Wednesday night. Our reporter readdition to the ai a meoung or me Committee ports tho pertormanuo vary good, a good farce. In than will partici ihu District. best home talent Sir. George Warren made a mo- -' Arra'ngoments for a grand Clevo- as an Ktliio-pia- u pate, llickmuu's greatest musical ami ulittlo u" delineator, simply immense. favorite. 3Uss Belle "Fortune, ifc. tiutPtu suikij out so much of tlic taud; and Hendricks barbecue, ur resolution as referred to a, A. A. Faris was elected permanent Liberal subscriptions of pro- booked for scvcriil solosrauil gen-ei-- primary election in Fulton county. chairman, and T. .u. French Sec p.ar.tsjtuthcinusical overcises. visions aud money arc being, septs motion was carried unani- retary., ' Demo- This will bo the most supcrjor.cn-tertaititnon- t' mously. On motion to appoint commit cured tothe Fnltoti county ",, offered 'tlfo people of barbecue. Tliis is a Fulton cratic mnc discussion arul "a1 genentl tee to select grounds for same county eatertainmeiit, the first one this vicinity .for many years, aud .coMquy ensued afi.'jSTe second the following persons were ap i the united county democracy has will no doubt bo well patronized. rcsblutipu, evidencing a nuijority pointed: Asido from,h Osgood; purpofeo for sotiment against, the wording ot XMiris, Jno. W. attempted for many years, and Jno. Cole. A. A. tweh neighborhood will do its part. which it isv given, any man or wo- thS resolution, H. K. Walkor, II. Cowgill. Arihur" JCiiig and Israol Oo to work, let each neighbor- man with ntspul capable of enjoy- Cj3ailey,T. K. Glecsoti' and oth- Clark, who viilT select 'a suitable ing gdod music "will bo fully com- ers, opposing ii. place aud rcporS tho same by hood help some. pensated ninhcaririg MIsb Fortune mo- Wednesday next. Jlr. Geo. Warren made a will pre PESTAT' SCOIVIl 8XU1-sing ono of her beautiful solos. tion to proceed to the considerat- COilMITTEE TO TROOUBE PRO er tcrth. i P. S. It is understood that Mr. ion of a Clevelaud and Hendricks ITUQCA & DEUOW. VISIONS. Wholesale Agent. Will Fortune and Mr. Alocrt Tal- barbecue, claiming precedence for 1m. iaferro will take parts. Israol Clark, W. T. Itopcr, Owen bis'motion. Motion overruled. I)r. Woods, oue of tho purest A. M. Lunsford, A. Brig-gancr Hr. Warren then offered the Roach, Win. Perry, De Eeid, A. one of tho best gentlemen aud following substitute for tho Taylor For Sale. editors has commenced the publi-catio- u J. Whipple, C. M. Wheoler, 1). W. resolution : TayCbcnp! Chopper!! CJiQBpc.it::! of one of the best Weak-lie- s afosohed, That it is the scums of thr Dickinson, C. Mangold, Jas. ia tho State, at Frankfort, Matt Adams, Jr. Jno. Batlew, D'nocmtj! asscmblod that no County lor, called "Tbe' Capital." Tho initial The entire Flouring Mill Machinery, be- Democratic hre Committee is needed in Fulton Jno. Townseud, Jas. Elks, Jack uaatber before us is fully up to the longing to what is known aa tho "White coiijly at this time Thomas, Ike Shuff, Geo. Threlk-eld- , be Mill in Doctor's reputation us a journal-fit- , had at aWest Hickman. This outfit Ed Prather, Dave Aloxandor, Substitute adopted. bargain. which is as much of a coinpli-teu- t Also agrat claw breaking Sulky Flown nt The mooting then proceeded to Capt. Shuck, It. Y. McConnoll, first now paper ueod want $30 000; fiirst clasa Hoe Wheat Drills, with the consideration of the motion Marsh McDaniel, Samuel Johnson, aajtuy land measure, seed sower attachment, &c, forjj grand Cleveland IlendrickB Albert Itoper, Robt. Binford, F. ( tusaresaccess. Thara are aight priisoners con-toa- d for $50.00. Our Horso Wheat Drills,asuita- barbecue, which was favorably de- M. Usher, Jim ThomaB, Jos. Lu-tenew Alex Taylor, Bynuin Fcrrcll, ia ,oar county jail: Peter ble for drilling in corn, $25.00; Many termined, committees organized, Dray and Hamesfl for sale cheap. Hart, oa tha charge of perjury; A. other useful farm implements too tedious fccSco barbecue proceedings Jno. R. McGehce, Jr., Win. Ingram, P. C. Greer, Chas. Miles, Martine, grand to mention, at loss than 'bottom prices elsewhere. J. Kiuraaa' Billy Alexander, Jr., RufusDodds, 3lr. Geo. Warren mado a steal- - Those wanting bargains .will do well to call laraany; Saai L3nch. horso .. . ub. liiii: tho thanks of the Lonzo Lcct, Jno. Mayes, Tom iigau, grauu jurceuj , and seeItcspectfully, Democrats of JPulton. ,county to Plummor, Juo..Stubbs, Charles jpoloreu, ciiargcii& BROTHER. rOWEIX . 31. Joseplt Dr. 3 It. Luton as Chairrtian of Haltzcr, Sohm, stare of and atthe Countj' Democratic Commit- Buchanan, and Gustivo Hunsack-cr- . 3Ir. Creedle; tiarktakill serving out a that tee, afirming irasvorth, . Stroopor'a Dramatic company acted in goodtheir belief the ho faith in ON SUBSCRIPTIONS: ia ilia coanty jail; and Ar- - aro expected to perform in City COIIMITTEE of his duties, &c, which Olseso aaW as a witness. W. P. Taylor, Jno. Cole, A. A. Hall tho latter. part ot.noxt wook. Avas unanimously carried. Fans. Mr. Strooper is a citizon of Fulton, A. ease of yellow fever is A. A. Faris made a motion Committee on provisions will at Kay. Wast aa board the this county, and has recently or- to Dr. roeonsidcr and adopt the origi- meet two weeks, (August company coni UHa4 States steaaier Galena, tho ganized a dramatic nal Taylor resolution, but the 30tb,). Capo-tor- t. posed of solected actors aud acKasigu E. E. arty to adopt. Geo. Warren appointed corres tho best professional meeting again refused faws lakes to tho Marine- tressesoffrom Chicago boards. His Tho mooting then adjourned. pondent to invite speakers. the mi that plaice and the Ga- talent P. S. The committee selected rdercd to drop below company is pronounced by those Bncklcn's Arnica Knlvc. TlMtTajfer. Considerable alarm who1 havo witnessed their perfor- TnE Best Salve in the world for Cuta. tho barbecue grounds in the beautiful woods at DoddB' old mill site, ya-ail- od aaiong the visitors aud mance, very superior. Utilises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rhenm, Fever immediately on tho railroad. Aratcaagws there, as it was feared Sores, Tetter, Udappea iiamJs, Chilblains, Hefel For Rent. and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- rangements are to bo made for Corns, ttot KejrWast would be quaran-Iiaatively cnrcsriles,or no pay required. It running frequent trains during tho agalast'and they would be Tiae Opening for Another Hotel is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, day from Hickman to find from aabki to get away. la the Town. Price 23 cent3 per or money refunded. the barbecue at a merely nominal box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. pcioe offered for wheat is Flattering-FreNpcctiThe to 9akc It 1'ay. faro, in the reach of everybody. a tot aa4 law that farmers who Tho rogular trains arrive and leave Died, tova erbpa on baud refuso to sell. "Vc have just completed this new brick Jntllis county, at the father's home, on exactly at Jiojurs to suit tho Ttos?MRKf prevails, that prices Hotel, located in central part of town, all along the Monday night, the 19th, to riverand railroad, and we don't wBH feTUert especially for good railroadvho amy desire to attend. INEZ, say, in our judgment, ' i to orderstated the on Monday last, by a man from ot tno call, to be the ratifl-- ' Johusouviilc. Teun., coming here, obiect and seekinglo obtain possession caift)of the nomination of Cleve-la:- l i and Hendricks as tho Demoof throe colored childron. The man was a Mr. Waggoner, and ho cratic nominees for President and was arcompanicd by tho father of IVi&.PrcBideut of the United liucitau- - States. the children, ono 0j motion, J. E. Luton was an. Waggoner and the father the- father had hired niailo permanent chairman of tho claimed that tho three children to Waggoner at meeting"? and Mr. Alex. Taylor and so much a year for a term of years, Gcorjo Warren, secretaries. Mr.Gco. Warren, took tho floor, and that the children were thereby provided with good homes. 'oluuko a motion ratifying the The kin people of tho children at nojnimtion of Cleveland and accompanying tho motion Hickman had obtained possession of them, and refused to givothem with astatomont setting forth the up the report obtaining amongst hcartyand enthusiastic acceptance the colored people that the father aufl enlorsement of the National had sold the children into slavery. ticket jy tho Fulton county Upon this idea numbers of colored aud givuigsotup reasons peoplo'woro disposed to resist auy for tjeir faith, &c, and gave effort to return the children to the intention to movo in violcnco favor of a grand Democratic Clcvo-lanWaggoner, and talk of to the father was indulged in on and Hendricks barbecue, &e. tho part of the oxcitod colored TJie ball beiug opened, the people. Waggoner and tho father favored with enthusiastic returned to Johnson villo without ratffictition addresses by .lndges the children; and we suppose tne B. li. Walker, It. S. Murroll, and H.t?-- Bailey, each of winch was excitement will end here. heartily applauded. There was a. bold atteinptod Uhairman Luton then caned t lie rovolt and escape from the State meeting to tho consideration of penitentiary last week. Eight the question of the prisoners madcap theplot,but only Fulton County Democratic Com5 actually participated. They first mittee, making a statement as to knocked down tho gard, seized llis action as a membor of the Disthe guns stacked in tho office, aud trict Committee, saying that himopened lire promiscuously. The self and the District Committeo convicts wore out in the yard, and acted for that which they thought one of the rdyolters after over- for the best interests of the Dempowering the officers and getting ocratic party, and tlmt he anil his possession of tho gnn, threw coM'ommitteemcu now surrenderopen tho prison gates and shouted ed their position to the Democratto tho prisoners to make a rush, ic voters of tho county, asking to for liberty. Only a few of the be excused from further service, convicts embraced tho offer. In and leaving with the Democracy tho fight one of the guards was of the county the whole question knocked senseless, and as one of of reorganizing the committee. tho revolting convicts was in the Mr. Alex. Taylor then offered act of cutting tho gnard's throat, tho followingresolutions: another convict by tho namo of Uttolvtd, That the Democrats of Fulton -- i' iiAVW. S3&SSr3'iS5 vTijkifc&s?1: JZkmm'' j&&$& tliisjdatc till the 1st of Scptcnjbcr, wc will sell the remainder of our Spring nnjLSummer Stwlc regardlws oi its value. Weiavuou51ian(l,at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, and a the - .ill wjason is rapidly approaching;, these Goods hum be old, to make rooiior our O,' ft 'fl 'im -- - s I m .m h ;S -- . -.-- .. -- . XfffflSmflfr KOfl 11 Pfl fill J j1 ' 9 . vwwa I.. Ifl ;1 fl rWWBB'J ' ia-- v-i ,' A Best Calicoes reduced from 7c to 5c jwr vard. Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 12c toSc per yard. rofltiption of 2c in tile NuiiH V.'ird ' TT is Bid )ricos at which wo will sell thopc Goods will make them move froin.GfJc to 45c peryardip rttjtiilfg, aa.d parties desirous of securing some of these Bargains should A bigrcduction in tliifprices of all summer Dress Goods. early to avoid being disappointed. call Fans and l'arasolto sdl at actual cost. from 15c to Sc per yard. Full Organda Latfps,-reduccfl 1? 8 T1 m "" T1 TsF n5 !F wccitwear. i. uig oargaui The 'All wool Vciliriin black and colors, (double width,) reduced i nf !.. TJ!....f....l r .,.: i , d Qi "" ; Hen-drick- B, 10,000 PwplExpGcled (o We are nctualjy slaurhterhg Suits of seasonable goods, can be had most at jnin(jl)(sci-- t own price. Wc arc determined to make a al- GEKTS B03? SAND YOUTHS CLOTniNG." at a greatly reduced Pi 'r i. De-moc5r- y, Ratify, no-tico- of OlevelkLicT 'a5cl u mcet-ing.wa- B Hendricks. The Work of Preparation. THURSDAY, SEPT, m311 of our "entire, stock, and nothing will be sinarcdfromTlieCHcraPbtifcli3 avk'mustVki.l; a'nijPRbelt,. at pricc-- that defy allcomctUioii. It' erv. Don't take our words lor it but come and sec for yourselves, and you have only one dIar,s worth of goods to buy it will pay you to come; ' aud see us. Look ty0ur own interest and buy your goods of us. . . secure some choice bargains before it is too late. w ' s ?r CLEAN SWEEP aLy,S8Br - Can't be touched anywhere at our prices. . A few more Gent? white "Vests to oner at less than wholesale price .jt " Gents Gloves, Ties, greatly reduced in price. Straw Hats rcducelJjin 75c to 25c. r,' , cxPfensjoublc of moviuy our extensive stock of goods', , 5, ': - AX,03:A1TDEB, c& MA-SWEX- ! -I LEA DJ2I1SIX LATE STYLES, AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. 1LAUT BEOS. & CO. "X ' i t . lfth. FM . tin . & i? Tho ball was put in motion nt tho Democratic mass meoting Saturday last, for tho grandest Democratic rally and free barbecue over given by tho hospitable Democrats of Fulton county. Itis to be an old time Kentucky Democratic free barbecue, in which every Democrat of Fulton county, no matter in which neighborhood or precinct ho may livo in, is to feel at home and act as host and hos- mmmmm mil i mnm y-r- me&MFvaEBh r&m Whd Made the 'Low Prices f xox tf h i t ft ll ! n im r- i A ' to and tho public iuiinenpe WE nnnonnoecnnstoooffricmhkinds of Furniture,generally, that ewe havo iuot rtfclved and solicit trade of partiei all We slw o - Ju-- t reivivwi, a fino wltction of B AB Y New Goodhuf all graded in my line. N. IS BUGGIE ALSO tin wiKh , tess extending Fulton county hos- THE Pricr) Low. Will hot be kig to buy. ot all etylw of Funiiture in plain and fancy. Alto, a fine lins AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. Call and Examine vndtrtotd I ,OlS-d6Si,f- e 1&& Q. HI 4 W'k propoBO to niakotir prices to fuit the spirit of the times. You con real awared UXDBP. TAKERS GOOD3 ever brought to you need never leave nr" house to look for cheaper goods. Wc propose to sell aa low ., , OiUtotnon jmlitely 4rrve I on abort notice. Hickman. any retail Furniture afre in the ''Purchase. I 1 KK K NO COMPETITION. AS MY (lOOI'S OU TSiUNE ALL OTIIBKS. THEIR Very respectfully, 7 IHtKJHTMXS LAST WHEN KIVAL. FADEAWAY. luii'i foretthe phiee, on the oppoiite corner from Plnut IJro'H. & Co., under the New elsewhere. dt niTVirLL Cive me a call before buyingthing in my Iioujhj that ie kept in n first claw: eS?S.orc rooms In ri 0hl Fellows building. fca7"Y"ii oaii depfriul upon finding any Ktnn. oi IVairlllg iii on Miuri iiuni-r- , auu n u m'i ui....jiij. pij .u. !Also? BKfftWl FL'UNITL'ltK STOKE. weairepreimreu locivciKjcini inuucemeius as iN . hawi Uv finest line of T.E. WILBUEN &.C0.V T RaspGctftMy IE3 r- ..i rs i vsTi-vJ-- i s- - c "TT-- S TT?K VT 41". 2-Jr- - "'- -' "' Contractors and Builders of Houses.;, ; 1 b-, . . Ifr ' r't I cai J '9L anti-Democrat- ic e Sj i.ai1 m m uy-: ns. ?r 'vp ) rt5n Li -- - m -- rfi5?y r; fzx m m raa si Oonvoiiou. 3 S ft If II E M 1,--i5 iss IX M - &' lit JSL9I St 3 iWdL fiJffl jzsr VCQ . n t.'j W ft V- W - v mi it1 A. .i4rt" Kuge1 t K W -- aoi.Mti . rpiUS - HOUSB H - ""gthly - II 3 BKBM RBCBNTLV ENLARGED. i mi j Ml.-- U. ." " REFITTBD. REFURNISHED and -atlontivcJ -V- - 51. K. T&Fl-ri- I, lrojrleior. & CO. 'l". - . " amM'iiiw., T-- -r t!w,s' X"T mmv ' """ -. ,J ;8 .aur sr '- - -- it' if a ' ;" f- ?; w w HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF lis -- V. being thoroughly repaired preparatory lor receiving ine now diiU OUR STORE KHnllil. kt1HwraKir xd jfrt-. - - - ..j wmm mm Hiyyj pres-fentste- ck. .i. SflIMi-s- which will be arriving in a few ! r Uh-rJi- 't The remainder of our of Summer Goods will oe sold at a great sacruicc io uiaivc room. You can cct good bargains days. fnow. nt -- -f- cT1 M-- ' iKV al . i I 'Vi J. AlBEliG'M SOWS S 1 H .."li i ' - ' . mtP : - Hickman, Kentucky. a t.i . A "' ttfc . I .' it3. 'I 'l -- :fU, i. 1, , ." '.?; . F i5.i r-- tr V K -- -- Jr K t-- o, J. W. COWGILL, DBAlBB IN The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of i" -- ' K .wrim " Z wM.l'l t tgft IBWI.. fca W c- -n WAM Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which are oifcred at DmTGS, PATENT Trusses V - its I j n, 2 t. rfedlV MEDICINES! lri.Sy'i-i.HJv vux ?is -: - msLBm MFMMm Ti'ViSfjji; mm k m Lusfti'-i- :v-5fcr .. plHsttss " ? vta me. , Aug.-22-tf- BB- f dis-char- and that tbajfery lowest tho market justifies. be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to TDILET'KRTICLES re-yrtg- A &c, &c, &c. fiSyPreecriptions i wmk Vi?o'lL fMV!i4r-'iir,V3lSt' M-2H A.3MX1 Tfi &c., &c., &auH to-da- y "if: -- filled at any hour, day King night bll rr afcor 10 o'eIa -- ! t i Tho best roof for the least monev. Exnericnced work-nmnmnlnvml Theattentioa of builders especially desired as this house will give spe - i cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. n E.B-BREVAR- - r PpWELUS' aiuu. 1UI SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ND BQYS;-- w 4 ITHE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN w l'!M i OLD RELIABLE I. A. HOLCJOM -- M03SrDA5r. AND SEPTEMBER CONTINUE N.NE MONTHS. ll88 ' - The ,. con-venit- nt ? JJbJ ' ', " of Studr,ic'u,l"S as heretofore, tho best of primary intructlnn, the n5ual' nU" "jfcbematics, Latin, Greek, Gernian. Vocal Music. ElocutioB A jn hesltatoto wheat. Kaatacky cVpp reports kanda the business would prove quitoproper yield of wheat to' be table. Also, a nice new business house proQ haw the very abaat 90,000,000 bushels, or about desirably loosted, suitablefer any businesi, JM9,90O wore than any previous to rent. For furtberparticulnra apply tn v POWELL &UKOTHER. avap. The IfaQaaal Agricultural Hickiuk.Kt. afartBieBlrVanraate of tho Aug,22;tf. wlMaterafistlHsyear is about M j Free Belivery. 48a,0M.4ttt"toeels. .Mr. J. W. wama mL Late reports show that only four daily, delivering goods, In any quantity, i Kormoas two "elders and. two any part of the cjtVj free.. Leave orderi at - etorc-o- r ' MBlerrwera; murdered in TenwitH driver. T j;-- EkcoiaFatfeotion v eoucueu. ievotcd V"T CM to the preparation of boya for i . , business,-fo- r college, . asd ' ' - infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prather. 7 Iioniam!s Hay Sot ,ntther little cherub gone, and tho hearts ' of idolizing parents bowed down in Borrow. W. Atkins, Girard, Kmi writes : Mr.T. Sincere condolence of friends and relations "I never hesitate to recommend your EIcc- ia around and about them, and above alt inc iiiu;ni 10 iii viuoiujmjra, uipy give en', t.e promise that of suchns littlclnes ia the tiro satisfaction and are rapid sqllers." kingdom of Heaven. Electric Bitters" are the" poreat and boat medicine known and will positively ctlre DEALER I ClomdetSUi8U,ution Alklr& . ParcntJ Wore thc opeM-- p DlteMIIOfiS, - FAINTS Ai Mij-ST- W 8, i 1 ,.US 8, 16S4., t :" ' ' - t ' n r ,,,,-. oVjchtL w tcqwtW 'SO PAT.nWKT.T.. - i . ". . llirkm.iu. K f ' , i Eoeer's-deliver- v " u ! i ? ..! ' "" -- :; T. W Tr,.r.r! t&'Ii,yia; . 'Butlor may possibly, as ho in tended, injure the prospect ny, ins cnudidac.y, bat injured it much ho vould 'as its nominee. inoro iha-vo- - Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify tho blood and regulate, the bowels. No family can afford, to be without them." They will save hundreds of d5jlar indoctoc' bilU every year. Sold at fifty ccbfjStboiUo by X. te&FMfaW YQUR '&.ALv "i& T JR. iv fortune. .,l PTIO X8 CAUL F . J j. Ify. 'a C 0,21 r OaU.XD L D I TSf SJ.. ,1 S JOB s. nr if' TO THE ? c ... - :i. sSSBT ' . - - p- - - ssEm ri l .1 1 - I . 1 .. -- -r crj BTS-S4i- aJmtK4!''i w 1 jv V""wH ". rtT. i"M Li ii rn iir " m aaan . "" "MfcMx-rTr-nT- - I I 1 "5 JhSJE T T ' " - im 7 " TtSMjy?A -- - ' R I "HJ's K 14 U1 1 U 1lLU CLOTHING, for Men, Yontturgitd Boys. A magnificent lino, J S ?" Unrments in Hickman. You can buy a suit, of these cle.antlv , . . . 1171 ililV vHirva timicS. LIU'S. ii uiu i,uw iu lUlir u.vuj.ix0 WiUilUUI .i m ttt. .ti n.rX hnm . r ., ,. ,a : v w" ".."vlWluW"w twium. Ajso, ..a siueiiUKi line oi Uyj1vuuai&. marln - iin ii1 , !,. uiie and pi xne oest maicnai, ana at prices that will be boW to suit you. Call anil Rnn &m. Kea'ly-madule e """-T " - mc-bestrim- T. " .. , , A . . tit l . -i-- x -- -, - Jt- - . ' r inGHAJTAN. ll It i. -- ft ,,,- - t . .. . 4 HIS WIFE'S HONOR. - mum i..i ii noHsiuic, tuan niirfr I! 1 The llpinocrntlc Cojiitnittnc iuui, Tito Outlook. '"" 'iK "' stam i thA 11. I.iitfMt wuwi) IAn..A....X". A. & raklnnr ...!.... jr. Tyler, liiu uuuiUlfUt) blillllH 1)11 JllR Unlit?. II fJLUUX'UltUii nv1ttir JUIIIUUrailU SmU M the Curir.Jur-ipede to llonstou, thelBopnhlJeau 1 "IIsm me at Hickman hist i Ukw York, Aug. IS. Col. Dan-cacal record. His conduct discloses It nxtrnwiiv . coiididuto for Conjrressin this dis- 2U:i!iU''K Suit Ap;niuMl the a moral obliquity rendering .;.., Committoo in pursuant to I ' I' Saturday f ' '" a In tliiixio polls iols Lamont, Co v. Cleveland's ' trict. It points ontfetio danger, l i Xiai?, undeserving of social confidence from tho Central Committee. but does not suggtfo remodv. Aug. iNDIAKAroLIS, Ou n hat would a on riitiG iirnthor the Sth inst., theSontinol 14. this and an unfit man to bo lVe8int Committoo was called to order at! niorning from Albany. Ho went HICKMAN, KENTUCKYI - ' A candidate with such a rccoril?1 o'clock by Chairman Luton J directly to the Democratic State of 2$ Warren! Paducah&fidard. . hcudatiartors. whoro a lonir con- city contained an editorial, charg- cannot aflord to assail his oinfnMAicx. J. j.ayiorwas ciectoa fcecre-TTTILL AfTEND TO ALL UUS1HRS3 a, t rv i i i. The usual uiGtlioilJjo? party ar- ing that Blaino had seduced his nents. iuujhuuih prc&uui: j.tout. i ference with the Stato committee j liary. f entrusted to their care, r bitration are not oiilsSneffectivc, present wuo m Kentnckv and As between Cleveland nml Bin ford, R. T. Tyler, UVin. Perry men was held. Tho conference (flico Millet Block. Blaino. what --and AA. laris.abacnt: McGon- - lasted nearly two hoursi. nswl nnti. ,t8-'7- 8 'a to Maine, vntor .C AiepStiirto pronuhco Uitf former ,107Plcndor7amn ulsoil. '" "' ttarVftJixrciinvnsaAimrticii!iirl.in fji j,ajyiiMi mCWttB TOIER, bucallgSlrJjpodiiro?-Jtuc- n , wmmismmmmmmmtMi nces between lowed lum and ho married herlit a purer man? i no lonowiug resolution wnB' jaow xorK state, were fully V i onlyremedy is for Golfuruornnd the point of o shot-guiiiiiuiiuuuii uiiii jm&tiuu; - Tii Immediately after tho This hav' ii raatllfciTTiwMwWWsWWIWBlMt Tlic M'nrltl'n Knlr. REtfOLVKD, That the FllltOll nominations DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Capt. Sloue, the prefnt repre- ing reached Mr. Blaino he teleof Cleveland and l.o.sfi. How lScstorctt. sentatives of tho two Jontending graphed Col. Holloway of the Tho "World's Exnosition that is County Democratic Committee Hendricks, tho Albany leaders w rtltWn of Iir. rnlrcrwrll' Jnt voWljI.rJ, t.bbrutnl uit t!.e HjtpiOL itsEr.t FUJLTOST, KY. elements of tho party? tktnuelvet, Times, that tho statement was ma- to bo opened at Tfcv Orleans is po heartily endorso the action of the sent out nearly 2,000 'letters to PUKsinr.vr, tirtUKi or r)mrBt Inyrluntury Chairman, J. It. Luton, as a mem-thm.1 Iajxmv, Iu.ptciirjr, ilintnl kuJ l'hj.Ul luriw to agree upon abasis Df arbitra. liciously and infamiously false in farpcri'ected in all its departments ber of the District Committee, in overy election distiict in the State GROVER CLEVELAND, to 5lrrlk?. rtr KKlll 1n is in order to stato that H it every particular. Political slancalling tor a complete canvass of DRiftinii, I ri!Tj u! Ht lmlurfd bj tion. Lot existing differences bo ders, he savs, ho pajs no attcn- - will bo tho largest World's Fair voting lorn pi unary election on each ot them and nearly 1,700 rev. 4.. .rtiitl trvKKiH OF HEW YORK, TIip ..iltli. r 11. tlii. ..liulr.l.li. ....-t referred to somo unquestioned, tion to, but this attacking tho ever hold. Tho buildings arc hu August oOth, and iully ap preciate plies have already becif received Capita, a tMrtj j,n.,iurr..Kil' , uy and thoir contents were discussed ttrnt thn iurili,p rvnrrwnrtt nf IirouH-ricr.T..EsnEXT, diwinterested, fair and impartial honor of his wife, and children. ger than those erected for tliQi niat im anion was prompiou nmj lm.SKallj rtiryil: lnlaj: cut lii.Hle Philadelphia Centennial. The ex-- a desire to harmonize the Domo- - luring Col. Lamont's visit f rnt m nn In.plr, rrrtfn. nt .(Ttitnil, Vr" TO06. A. HENDRICKS, tribunal, who will docifo it solely cannot bo submittod to. Col. J,ioits outnumber f vMi h rirrjr liifMiin LU i. iw.ttir whotir.u' , those of any cracy; but seeing that the primary The total number of Republicans ?n, ,kStlJf Hollowav was asked to secure the riiuilitfnn Jum I.r. iwhJt uurr lilaiwlr Wrplr in tho interest of the Democratic KxcliaiiKti nn auyj'giiiijii the OF INDIANA. exposition. Each of the election ordered lias luiioii to who will vote for Cleveland, acservices of a la wer at once and previous iij CJ Tin Wtniv VltSnH t tn the !ntl ff Trj ' uuinn intcn, . I . i . . . j partj t If they .would submit it to bring suit ntroinst tho responsible States, except possibly one r or. nnng ti:c imrmony so earnestly cording to their estimates, is not I'crilhL.iicmllv.huiicttn Avtnitmu. IV CutleuiiotLf ami Com- - less than 10,000. and may reach Rcrijilfincc nt Onrn-n- t . int iwiifrr.tal. in a .luii. to nj Cleveland letter of accept- the State Democratic Committee; publisher of the Sentiuel in the two, will bo represented by an ex desired in this District, the U.itoof ICxchr.ni; i!ni, tn rrrript f I.ur rmrhft, two luatac vr . n. .tmiiturt .. . . number. rlho plan of A. i. 3Uiuiic.i.u, uuiiitr. ance is abort and sweot. He don't or, to a commiUecyf distinguished United States Court. Col. Hollo-wa- y hibit. ConprnisR r mndu a loan , mitteo lefuso to appoint ofheers twioo-tha- t nt.r- .tuuiriu. 1 1: V t:u I.Y KKW KM. M EDICA L CO., has placed the matter in tho of 81,000,000 in favor of this ecu-- 1 to hold taid primary election; and thus canvassing the Stato was to liulb liis meaning by and disinterested Domqcrats out. 4 I AluiM., w VtV, X.T.; ).t UttifVpx, tttj ; Unifcd lurthermore, in view of tho fact originated by Mr. Tildcn when ho tonnial exposition. Tho hand. of Senator Harrison's Awany words, but speaks direct to side the State of Kentucky, the firm, and tho papers aro now law States Go eminent ill makV a that the authority of tho Commit-speci- defeated John A. Dix for Goverin EICKSTAN MARBLE WORKS, Pilie poiat. Democratic voters wnld ratify course of preparation in accor exhibit, tho largest it has mitteo ceases on this day, the nor of isew York in 1S7-1- . nolo question ot party organiza ovor attempted, costing hundreds In conversation dance with Blaine's direction. Col. La" Democrats do not count on the decision. But, we apprehond HICKMAN, KT. The following is the text of Mr. ot tliousands of dollars, and to tlAli ir linrnln iAttifiiilikf1 tn fltA mont spoke very encouragingly of " such suggestions will bo scoffed Hollo-way- : that end a mammoth building is Democratic voters for further ac- tho outlook for tho Democratic Blaine's dispatch to Col, Ohio, bat in all the Blates giro Conjrgission at, and tho race will goon as now being orected in tho group of ex- tion if any is desired. Carried. ticket throu hout tho interior of that State to Blaino, but expect to mado up. We feel the samo inhibition buildings. The Mexican Adjourned sine die. the State. Bar Harbor, Me., Aug. . HICK HAN, KY., fight for every inch of ground in "Tho local committees are pushDEALER iy terest, no more and no less, that To Col. W. R. Holloway: I have Government has appropriated V that State. r.mjMojInff t'onilctt. . ,. Kp alwayi . hanJ, Frth ing tho fight everywhere," he said, any other individual .Democratic this momont recoived tho atro- $200,000, and will orect a special uth Km u V hii, display. cious libol ofthc Indianapolis building for its uniquo "and aro doing their work in a Italian and Ameiucak Mauui.s LIME.CKMUKT.&AiT PLAKTXIt SWk Tax Democrats do count on voter feels; and display no active Sentinel. There aro indications of some splendid manner." B is utterly and abomi- The Central American Ropuplics . I'LIKH.OKASSVKKIxS.tHiVKK.Jt,. interest in tho columns of tho nably false It ccry statement aud have awakened from their long trouble at Contral City on account cnrryinir West Virginia. It is a "On the whole, what is your M0KU2IBNTS,1 TOMB AND UKAVE in TYilPnnikp liberal idvnnros Colics Democratic State, and theliepub-licau- s vjoukiek pureiv lor uio reason in every implication. Political slumber and will be fully rcpTc- - of tho employment h of convict estimate regarding this Stato))" Cutti, Ao , lr h..j or hiuibU laborers at about one-fifttho wa' ' niali-- l are making a desperate ef- that such activity woidd do tho slanders I do not stoop to notico, sentcd for the first time among ges heretofore paid miners. Mr. "I should not be surprised if 8T0.XE3. Cleveland's majority was nearly, but this editor assails tho honor tho great nations of tho earth, fort to carry it with money. Democnitic party no good. The of my wife desire At tho exposition one may ioarn B.DuPont, tho president of the AVING received a fine lot of Amcr" Courier does not bay,jiior docs ou withoutaud children. I to cm- - more about the natural resources .mining company, has couti acted if not quite, 100,000." an hours delay Icrtn Butler's bargain and alliance it believe, that a Republican will ploy tho proper attorney and have of those regions than by an onli- - Ior ouu convicts ana tney arc to Late ad ices from Vera Cruz, paredto fillnml ItulUn 'Marble. Jim nre- iill orders. UaII aud tsamics latake the place of tho Kith Blaino is so unmistakable bo ' olected to Congress fioin this tho responsible publisher of tho nary visit to Mexico or Central j borers who must either honest or Mexico, say myriads of locusts ur Work ' starve d have appeared in that State, and Orders from the couutrj proraptly iXKEl all klads of ctaplt that hip caudid&cy can not hurt District this time; bat, unless Sentinel sued for libel in tho Cni America. ' seek other fields to earn a lhcli- - notwithhtamling the immense the Democratic parly much. Ho Democrats aro misrepresenting ted States District Court of Indi Already tho discharged quantities of them that havo been i hood. G Xnnocfitcc ItaJnMinlictl. went to theKational Democratic their own intentions, thellcpubli-canuomine- o ana. It is my only remedy. I am j miiicis arc boginning to lcu the. killed, great destruction to crops sure that honorable Democrats Frk tart YrtWMiu nnd Conftcticncrica. Will be ploaaod ie State. convention in the interest of miiuk.iiiuuj)b,-fence- d has rosulicd. In Yucatan and .James Morrison, who was will got a largely in- alike with honorable Republicans, see his old cusiomeri, n.nd will btL kli Blaine, and a. is now simply car- creased vote After the election will justify me in defending the ltfo er Dam, Ky., hist Friday, for to tho penitentiury for southern Mexico 100 square miles them in prit ntid .iMitliiy. Ca!i w,d i00 cs. Many of country is covered with the UB.yQuitk fales .&d Bjoall this county at the December n01' W!th thoir rying out that arrangement. honor of my family, if need be our two Democratic elements can with my life. rbe Jas. It. Blaine. term of the court, 1S71, was yes-i?- 1 l"fm uo"oc PF'oso l? B"",ul1 pests, 'Slid the corn, grass, and fJl.af & ! tiuderaold " " iiiuigmiuoii mas otluH crops havo been utterly The Prince of Wales, candidate engage themselves charging the Harrison, Miller & Elam attor- tordav pardoned by the Governor. 'F.LSIXOTA2SI4K mJBSvbeen to meet Jt is s.iid thousands of for the thronp of England, in a Republican gain tho one to the neys, this evening filed the fol- Ho was tried upon a charge of mating bus City called Thursday. fej t t cntrai next i. FOit MAS.E, i.5 Kninniio nf hnv families, dependent upon their ill romain lowing complaint, with tho Clerk nnicnnn.r monarchical government, has been oflicrjvbut tho fact P. was jealons in a love affair, and "WW boattciuled by iiotonlyjh mm crop?, will Huivcno be nun BOOT AND v . he the U. S. Circuit T0OL and Blundered as a debauchee, and that Denuracy Ijub lostyty. the ofJames G?tf31oiuc, Court: ir ., vor- - sentenced for life; but tho cuie'" " U1.,1 1H L." v ucv' "S'V ,, ,"" ported by thQ go era men; dnmi! plaintiff, WE o t4Tni havn't things como too. pretty pass Refub!!cnT-st- i. ' Tllfc I IT HI ffllll llt:i I. wnv . mammnrrss -i tlio remotest idea tha'ttany basis j Compau and JohuC. Shoemaker, nrW7iii lvrl when in a Republic the press Alicady Gov. Jviullt is enconn" for libel James G. Rinn. nni mi ns di!ir hot rnft- - bo mado against the juixuiiuuutiii linn lluktuutt. AUttirrn. scavenger are not allowed to of arbitration will Uo agreed on, defendants, piamtiu auovc nameu, fessed he had sworn" falselv against of convict mbor into tho mines. tering the most serious trouble ''SHOP, TortTj , VVt ctinur n! u and Trow fitiu-ivixt ILVmimu, Jv . iiiame, tno vrtQ slander candidates for the Presi- except a reference to tho people a citizen of tho Stato of Maine, him. and the prosecnting atiorncv 1,ier arc "'"ttcrod complaints which beset the administration of Sd':-.- i infacl uit Ftitirnttivvd. Apn at the ballot box in November. grand jurv ?ml threats, preearsors of a com- - Gov. Blarkbuni, and in dealing complains that said defendants, and the foreman of the dency. U,S Storm. the Indianapolis Sentinel Cem- - mntln nffi.lniit tn tlioir hiOinf in l.ia mg fails iu Ill the 0 Cllt the lllOet- - wfrh which that doughty warrior DI.sn.VA'DED. its object and tho con- andtiuomau encountered so many Jintio. KfcTanead la tbc FlId. pnny, a corporation created bj and innocence. Do has been a "trusAll Ijiitni victs aro allowed to remain and difficulties and so much abuse. ;iili!Jtii; laws of the State of In- ty" for several years, and has Mr. J. C. Dupoyster, of Ballard County Democratic Orjmtilzntloii under the V. DlESTELBJtlKK ttniu.f Mw AntiM, iJi.bii.n.i':iit L. throw tiie miners out of work. It docnW Lprno himself in a commendI)Iscutliiuc. i diana, and a citizen of said State, re rijui?-ei- i td tile id claim, prp,-r!couuty, is announced js a candiis hardly necessary to say that and John C. Shoemaker, who is al- able manner. up en or before the Sth of Jn tho miners will accomplish' noth. "Aim; date for Congress in this District. ii Mangy lio I, in i al.Mi.iv, tiith Mr. Ct lleJnJ The mass meeting of Democrats so a citizen of said State of Indi inr. """""" "-!, - Qtntn flunfl xvill ..... Our information is that Mr. Du of Fulton county, regularly assem- ana, and saj'S that defendant comJ I C lite?, . Wise-i- t Jinn in The World. " mwl tlml tn rtiioll TIic 1)P- Pnllf'ti nut t .. mir nntiiM This :tdga own nz Cluaidinn Matiie ItobitiM... v vr .. .w. r . im poyeterlian independent Demo bled, in Hickman, Saturday last, pany is owner and publisher of a "i'a said young Joimnio. T l.y httvjng B is rough on them it KLOUH of PtiwrLi. & I'.jto. VLln Fancy cratlc Greenbacker, and is a man saw proper to pass resolutions de- daily newspaper called tholndiau-npoli- a phly, "who was tho wisest man m bllt lhe i nf t, St , ' Daily Sentinel, which is the world?" Flowr, iiiniJc oBt'tif No. 1 WJicat, utiadul-tcrsti'of fair ability, and a clover gen clining to participate in tho pri- printed spice lo nnme all articles, hut no them. CJrocorios. and published at tho city 5 (Xl jKir liarrul. Family Flour NOtronfde.to aliow coods. ' 'We are told that Solomon (had tle or- of Indianapolis in said. Stato of In- great wisdom," profoundly replied "udome and see, at the corner of Troy 25cts Lower tlian mary election of August-30th- , wimt iion. oaC:r rumor htj. o0. Otlirr cr.idiH i:i pruportion. the Lowest a nd Mesoow Avenue. East !lickrar, Ky defeudaut, John C. KtlH BMItar fctf Unc or niort: Imrrels of Fliinr de I hnvr no clerk Batlers RmRrtBem dered by the District Congres- diana; that is President and Busi- Mr. Jnrphly, glad to notice .that i.UMUTiii rt.t.j cxpunati ..w storo rea Shoemaker, tho thoughts of his son and hciri Hun. Oscar m Uw Bocov SUr. livered free ot drarajje. sional Committee, audTdecliniiig ness Manager u pj cn,u ftU My urocsries, aad of said company, should turn 111 channels ot an in-- . yesterday, en Turner arrived here Biiglu-S. VIVI. Will PCI routo for Ballard Pbfin ID Tk. Washington correspondent to recommend a new county com and as such directs and controls m. Dst hrnnds of Witt.nbt rgtli. 1 a" countv. He left Mrs. Turner and simcuvc nature. and of the Herald declares that Mr. declaring it to lie the sense tno publication ot said newspa- - Was he very wise?" thnn his daughter at tho seaside, where Blaine and Gen. Butler have made mittoo, UflLY UROCERY llHr, Flwtir, cents cbeapr Willithe w J VllH per; KO' they will jomaiu uutil October, a bargain. We doubt it, but if of the Democrats thcufmd thero A. Dthat ou the Sth day of August,y Yes, a very wise man." LL iHjrsoiw Iiavinc; clainw r.nitu-- t tlic ISSi, said dofendantSjjvyick-odlhundrocl Wives, ud then rctnrn to their home in A wiwj hi j.j iiiontn, ttereafttl will "nchadthroo true we aro willing to wager a rod assembled that a democratic intending to injure, do'fame didn't he, paf j p.iyiuriii .mi or ljefnrc tlic SALE AND LIVERY STABLE V, Ballard oountv. The Colonel has Ire-ei- it ihcni stpple that the Plumed Knight county committoo wasfuot needand scandalize the plaintiff, did H. O. "Ibelicveitissoroportod," re- - scon niahy prominent politicians 1st ilav of cplwlT. ISsi. didn't get the best of it. if ed at tins time. Theseresolutions maliciously print and publish in plied Mr. Jnrphly, with some hesi- KLIZ.V .TllOMS, recently in tho East, from differ- - A tig. 15, 1S81. Adttiitiistratrix. , (IUVIS- OLU STAND.) fn were passed unanimjoBly with- the regular daily issue of said pa- tation & cut States, and all say Cleveland's The Bepablicans of this Dis- out a dissenting voice? i per for that day, of and concernKENTUCKY STREET. ' "' Tcncher Wautoil. A resoluAll kinds of "Was that wise!" prospects aro flattering. Ho ,t trict arc badly disorganized two tion ing plaintiff, a cortain false, scan"Well flhem it might. have thinks thoro is no doubt of Clevo-laud'- n A oonctcnt male teacher. nilddJe-npeon hand fr hli conatantlj reciting causes forthodiscon- KEPS sale factieng, each claiming to be the dalous and defamatory article in been at that day, my son,"- dubi election if tho Kcw York limn preferred, in HIioitilintii(t Ko- - 11 STAPLE AND FANCY 'GROCERIES tinuance of the conut&coimnittec tho words following: HOUSES, BUQQIES and 1UCKK. W.M. 1IA0OX ously replied Mr. Jnrphly. regularly anoiuted party authori- was offered Democrats will only do their duty, Apply to Clytirniap Board "' Trustees, Hing purchased the a labia, htrssa .' but rejected, the mas Lou30,.at bot " hat's the difference between Avhich he believes they will from July 31, 1S84. usually kapi in a nd entire outtit of W. B Plutamar ty. Chaaraoan Happy's authority jority objecting to CAN BLAINE AFFORD IT ? HicLmau, Ky. torn prices. th "wording" wo propose to coutinua tho that day and now, pal" the information he has received "J busioesa'aH' J ie.'dtspated by Chairman Waller The campaign war against Mr. H resolution & solicit pairojange- "Why, your mother was Jiot froin prominent i?ow York pohti-aliv- o FA.NCT CAXDJE8, TAlt, - and each have called a convention of tho resolution. Look ntl'hlH. Cleveland is, to say tho feast, an' then, my son," said Mr. Jar- - ejUUR whom, he saw in tho last few expressing the apprecatioir of tho indecent one. Finding no vulnerJllXCE-MEAAriCKtiS to aieet in Mayfield on tho 27th, days. Ho says that ho is confi- to We arc now selling children s1iocb, at 25c, Democrats of Fultocounty for able point in his public record, tho phly, abstractedly. QUITS BOOTS AND SHOESr whea they will have a grand "split tho dent that his race in tho first dis- per75c. which cost us from EOc to Si 41) CRKKBEWIUES, 1WMIN1 pair. sovices of Dr. J B. Luton, enomy havo assailed a supposed A Unit Itoom to .Sleep In will bo loss diflicult than it Ladie-- Shoe or a grand back-dowat f0c, to $1.00, original ISd S& 3S i s trict at R. chairman, and his ccommittoo-men- , irregularity in his private conduct. tho last election Ho has cost 5125 to $:J.35. Say, how long do thesonios-LwaThey havo dressed and redressed Mens Sdioes 50c to $1, not one haJHhcir and returning tofceni thanks, miestaf an received, assurances from his cost. Blaine has sued an Indianapo-i- a tho affair until tho naked facts of ouitoes bite? asked a oolorcd;gon-- 1 friends Keeps stock the very that he will receive a much Men'rt and Coys Hoota. S'AOO to $3 50, Sugar, Coffees, goups, &c. nd korpsInonljr the best DeM MtrUl was unanimously adopted. Arkansaw hotel as a paper for 150,000 damages for it are but a small part of the fur- tleman entered with worknim. Wart ill larger vote than at tho last clec- - and 54.00 per pair; thn is a sweeping reXJ-Wpitchor of not be undersold. guaranteed. RepniringBeliciitd slandering Mrs. Blaine. It was The action of our b&thor Demo- below, frilled, and ruffled figure water, "I have been lying 'here tion. lie o. poets to romam at Jus duction in this line and it wont la.n Ion full price for flutter, Eggs, &c Will pay ". waltzing in a mean, dirty piece of work to crats in disbandingour county print. This the Blaine Republican lighting. 'em for an hour. How J homo in Ballard county until ho J. AMUKKG'dSQXS. pribesmirching of briajr Mn. Blaine's name, (who Committeo anddeclimigto order vate character is tho stock in trade loner uo you sunnoso tnev win returns to his scat in Congress. THE BARTER GROCERY business i" k ue dombt a good, pnro woman,) tho primary election jbr tho 30th, of the Blaine folks it is all they havo keen ui thisdunno, sah. 'Cordin1 Tlio Bnrttln ultli.Hullcr. . "Well, I iiwtoio f haitofwBt-ha- t TVfB. J. M. MONTGOMEKT, brokb. The 2ew York Times of yesterthe. jneans Bimnly a rofcence of tho to offer against tho Democratic tnr how inniiv da is." gXTJLCos o Ins friends tin But can James G. day Inxs tx J'Uiir- average Aatericaa eitizen does not wholo matter to the propTo al tho candidato. "Thoro are ten thousand." ra iinm rtMAH.i rk mjir nnu 'BrPrO'DANI-BL- , mv ...M. D Blaino afford this plan of battle? viwuvu Butler." It says: "It irih cm sympathise with a husband who ballot box. Tho cousty commit- If his own flanks aro as unprotect"In dat case, sah, it's 'cordin' gam with bo pretty clearly estabnil kinds f FAjntT Gkockries, which k seems to " will all nS low 8 the loWcst. lie is rta-PROFESSIONAL stakes r&e other defense of his teemen, aliko with thebther Demo- ed as they are currently under- ter how hungry da is." that Butler had a confer- OFFERS to HIS citizens of Hickman nnd Jos. the aro as hungry as wolves." lishedwith Socretary Chandler "Tho J Z V """" 'ocBnje uroeeritt ! wife's hoaor lhan through a suit crats, voted agajust holding the stood to bo, is ho not provoking a .oxo- UJl at vicinity. unitaf, JSm, Chiekena. T primary election-- , and also recom-mendo- d scathing firo by permitting these "Den yer's mighty likoly tor Jiab ence any ktud of iAarketlnr.ithi tha for daagei Portsmouth on tho 2Gth of July. Office Comer room in Laclede Houso. Keeps tho very nM maken of floor, freoh If one of Mr. trouble wid 'em, sah." the diebandment of tho assaults on Groyor Cleveland i frii nds amy brine isi Th'liii.h.. 1ZIKJW f 1 then went Blaine's several grown sons had couuty committee. Bach DemobMw. nnd Sol, and polite and attentive clerks to kel price nlwaya pald "Why don't you put a bar over Chandler in company to Bar HarThe Democracy will hardly rei with Eugono ' bor, and serve"cstomcr3. cowhlded the author of a slander crat present cxttroRsed and ex J. M. MONTaOMERY & BRQ. main quiet upon Blaine's inner life the bed ?" M. Hale, Georgo M. Bobeson aud acaiaet their another, all respecta hibited a most earnest enthusiasm "'Case nobody eber sleeps in dis ble people would applaud the act. for Clovclaud'aiulHeudricks, and when his supportors are resorting room but ono night. Didn't any- a confidential representative of X)H. A.. A.. to scandal mongering agaist its Stove Elkins had a consultation ' tho success of the Democracy. candidate. The charges of seduc- body sleep in heah last night, an' with Blaine. Then Chandlor, in Mr. TKtiapvii Hoii not rprent thr PHYSICAN AfID Slffifa'EON, j f !fo' dat's de reason da so hungry. Kf company with Kobeson JK. L. KNOBRR, tion made upon Mr. Cleveland, and ' t MTMWJwtd Utellifpnt sentimfnt and Halo, r ilfesef in ITwtMkT" BpM the queatioa of aid by There is no Joiigor any doubt which aro false upon their very yer'd happen to striko dis bed jos' again met Butler at Portsmouth. HICKMAN, (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) KENTUCKY arter a fat man had been in it'vor'd Tha best the fimrnmmt to oar paWic Bchoola un-l- that the survivor! of all mkkmUtZmlks of tho Greoly facej can, it appears, bo turned on had an easy time, sah." This was on the ,4th of August, Columbus this amtl nt be that of Republican' expedition lived-fo" chi .rv Blaine and made to Btick. There weeks by eatand two days later appeared ButUrn mm4 eentralketiea of goTamment. Pa FFEUS his ProfoiialftMni Ka..;... t ing tho bodies of their dead com- is hardly an intelligent man in tlio tho cilisensof IIil:nian i,l v;!..!l daeeJi SUedard. ler's brief letter, announcing his J rades and at least ono of them, vwma.v. , .vv v.v. ni.tr tj betrayed the girl sonWhen tho wife of Andrew Jack- Lpnrposo to stand by the nomina janlC-'Swas aspersed he killed t'lm SMtors Voorhees, Garland, PrivatoHonry, AN- Dnftcr- - James G. Blaino I tions ot tne ureenuacKcrs ".arai WxlBMss, snd majonty of the waruB eaten. - xis 'shot and li:iR whom he married, aud then only guilty man. Libol suits had nol Auti'inonopolists. Thero can anu T,U CtmnW be been invented in those uavs. Kept for sale. t ft bftrsriB. at ifc. Um . a Democratic members of tho pres- made an offiQiap-repor- t of his married hec at tho mnzzlo of a no do'ubt that the oW intriguer had Louisville Times. and SdleStahlef t - ' tm . - 'j TT-shooting which, hs says was for shotgun. The Democratic press ent States Seuato, (togetha full understanding with tho FARI3 AjPARKEB. f i has er with the Hickman Courier,) stealing from the other starving put had the magnanimity not' to Eosc'oo Conkling, in reply to.in Blaino leaders, and through them 0. L. men their forth these reports, which must food. Al the Federal school bill As Boon asscanty portions ofcanni- cause pain to tho members of invitation to join a Blaino club Lwith Blaine himself. LOWER and LOWER. the tpicstion of tiu; JL.tm quiiu Ollt OI politics ATTORNEY AT LAW that Mr. Thompson advocates, aud balism was agitated Alljtindsof Groceries hnras, sides, &o. the family of Blaine's family. Tho Republican and don't wish in any way to bo Gen. Johu S. Marmauuke, tho the Standard should well consid- L.1CUE. iusungbury had his body panors havo long known of them drawn into the pending canvass." iJCIUOUUlll uuimiiuuiui uuvcuiul aB chcjp&s (he cheapest. I will nol 'be. U exhumed at RopfcLtor. 2f. X., and and havo allowed them to go nn- DBAlKi'X a son of tho first Collector, Real Estate Agent. undersold. er the Blatter beforo it reads such J0U wiTTiNO. of Missouri,, is Mrs. Lucas, tho widow of ' J influences into the Republican an examination j,tD imt. thn domed. If Mr. Blaino was tho jailer who was killed by a mobtho Governor ot that Stato. He was at flesh hart been ; scoundrol.to betray an innocent i HICKMAN, KY. dn party! The Senate passod tho from tho bones. literally picked girl ; if after despoilinglier ho was Owonsboro, has been elected jail- nominaied largo the first ballot, rer 'o Rout. - ,,t -majority over ail s 'been re ceiving a t pffaylt tu er of Daviess county. bill. It never came up in tho moved by BOirifin.,-li-bad ISf Will attend promptly to all hnsl The Plant. Bros. & Co. buildings lo ho craven to rofusc'her .legal re competitors mc V. ". . jjib auw, a "V nndftr- J the aeS3 entrusted him in Southwestcn "AlJJU House, bat it is nndorstood that . . ,, tlioroi W'T rcnovatetl anil rinairl..'anil if rx Workingman Butler Mas an' carving, as tne dress, giving legitimacy to her i Keiiioer end Northwestern Tennessee a! 11 beior'rp f,... i. t..t r a majority of Democrats in tho skeleton showed of .$100,000 a year. How liis 'If ra man wants to find out how tjlieuiui.uicaiton given to the invealiga lolffV.,,. ".."" "." cv vi vMUiir;, (Nct?, Sejne, Lines, Hooks, and aJJJkyida flmt thofloshhad child until, a loaded shotgun stim3Tn:iw stood with Thompson and been of l,iahujg Tsckje and Suppire?, atttirvKii ulated his conscience, thou thoro sonlyeacns for tho downtrqdue'n dcspfrnhle JtOTCUIIy IS, lot him.r,unT "on dfXanil titles, aad the pKrchiwo verskillfattv n.t- awav with ' train. Grwceriwuiid-iMUiil- r Knih12rH rm-:r- 'i WiUw m favor of this bill. n Hiifn se af Heal JSaiatc. r i., B iva blotou hia, private i character laboring man. ; crally A. Harris Station, Tcnn. ? dntio-nrfiT- The niukmnu there is exeat bojiglhinks n. Z J 1 f A Mcticl. a. S Attorneys at " J -- jm !&!& wheec j fnir-miiulo- il sr Jte uih-cusse- d. n. rr at FtLTON BANK llw pr lij iln"-lnfiiti- VT n. " rr 850,000.00. r .!, rrV-Lrnt- if-iiI.rt- to-da- mlTi-fi-- t.-.- ,ttept al Bondumnt $ Dretrr 1 to-da- y erclta, 1-i- S 1 J. W. ROGSBS, 110 ! Jih-fro- m Mm itj GEE I ES, ! -- :"' 11 1 I J.-i- mJ 7 -- -- -- to t,.i. ... - ojm. 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