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Fine Job Printing EXECUTED PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, y EcicKatavr, icy. : THE HICKMAN ESTABLISHED Office He?nzo Bel-dins- ', Clinton Street. GEORGE "WARREN, Editor. FRICE OF ji:ttSCKIl-T"0"V- , 81.50. t if arm-in-arm COURIER . , With Neatness and Dispatch. BILX.S, ' ErTVELOPES, LETTEK-liEADS- ; nsrv-iT-AriON- To OUIost Newspaper in West (jrn It.iit.iic.k;-- ETC., ETO. 5, 18S4. 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER VOL. XlX.-3- g; 49, OAIiXi AXX3 3B33 X7m. "! s " ." C TYuat the MuHlr-a- n Blaine's Despondency. fers to a copy of Iho Congressional How a Woman TaKa Train. Letters Are. The llcntoerat'c Outlook. SC1I00I. AND CHURCH. Before ButW accepted, the copartnerGlotte, which has bron forwarded, to ship of Blaine and Butler had been duly womernwho live in A readers asks what are the Mulligan It has been an open secret among 5fr. Brother Dana is working hard to Few married Yhe Republicans are Church bells are going out of use a great show how he saved tho subsidy; points keep the rascals in. They must go, Blaine's close friends that ho has never pretense of carrying, makingtryinMo formed. lattcrs and why are thev called the Mul out Logan's agency in the job: and ten or twentyMuiles from tho In every considerable American city. or of Honest Kvpv.VJ:r.m- - have b'ujpnds have busi- N. Y. Herald. recovered from tho shock that just the same. 's carry. West Virginia. The probafliii-ti'- s dismay from the prospect of started in ligan letters? He thinks, from his own his intention "to make all he citr in which their radjoad train a B'aiie case, that they have dropped out of tho pistol caused him. He was to the take the The man .who treads on Mr. iire. however, could." and declares "it is natural that ness ever According to the returns for 1883, That would be bad with Garfield when the assassin little or no effort that they will make Administration. Hendricks' coat-ta- il eitv which they mean to take. It recently issued, there were in Ireland during this camto carry" that Slate. enoush. But how much worse woud public mind. to this end." I should do my utmost The letters are those written by Jamei makes no difference whether they live paign will hae business on his hands fired; he saw the President totter and Thqir consultations in tliat neighbor- bo a Blaine letters, and Butler AdministrHt.ou.1 G. Blaiao to Warren Fisher, of Boston, er,These proof separately and' togeth- five minutes walk froraUhe deoot or at the close of that vear 7,752 schools fall, and he believed that the next shot hood aro morely feints intended to ) forthwith. are by James G. Blaine that under the jurisdiction ot tue .Mauonai Can any one doubt the uvisteikd of the and which wert committed to th custldv arrive Harper's Weekly, has boon in bad would be received by himself. Tho ef- bring uneasiness to the mind-- of the firm? James G. Blaine is a rascal. Ho road twenty, the time nearly as at tho Educational Commission. tody of James Mulligan, a confidential possible fect of that shot was to give him whatis Democratic leaden" and to draw their averages as company a long time, but it is encourthe letters because he knew that copies depot A statue to John Harvard, the The friends of Mrs Blaine concod'S theltrain of left. in his own State aging to know that at last it sees the knownconvinced that he as "the hypoJM attention away from Ohio, where Siev that if he Is elected it will bi through euiployo the Warren Fisher. At the existed -- out loud in Congress and in- three minutes afteronitinwfor has next founder of Harvard College, is to be the He is has an time of writing of the letters. sisted that jobbing his ofiice, marketing Of course thoy aro Elkins and his gang propose to make a tho candidacy of Butler. error of its way?. memorial hall of the s and although the best Blaine was Speaker and Fisher wa a Ins rubngs and using the tact and train which will leave Inhalf an hour. crocted in the likeness will not be that d for victory in the Butler will be sixty-si- x years old disease, the country have assured hint desperate stru-ldDid any hotly ever know Ben Butler railroad speculator in The letters were Why a woman is always.me in taking college, but its Harvard, because no one of his knavery as a means for strikin November old enough to know bet- that he is wrong, he will not believe Ociober elections. This is a matter that to do anything out of which ho d'd nol reeeivodlfrpm Mulligan - AHicket agent, of the original by Blaine on ter than to buck against the Democratic them. Last summer he - pained his is jf exciting interest to Democrats, and oxpect to secure some personal advan- his word of honor to return them. He ing the conmnny for money, were all a train is inexplicable. knows how he looked. Hartford rosl. it is not of vital importance. Theie tage? His idcas'of honesty aro as neg- who lived with his JSdly right over right. party that was just beginning to make friends by asking constantly how they yeJ Sixty-nin- e years ago a missionary violated that prom'sc and kept them, ative as his pra tice of scoundrclism is the depot once observed fthat his wife doubt that we shall le ablo to a man of him. There is nothing unnatural about the but, fortunately, ho did not got tho cop ol thought he looked. Somebody told him cjrry West Virginia by a lunro majority never took the traia sae: expected to bore for the first time the standard ot positive. combination between Blaine and But- ies. iuo nrsi letter is as follows: Any effort on the part of Blaine that the little pools of water left by the When her traia ajrired she gen- Presbyteriauism beyond the borders Such a man can never bo elected take. and if we of Missouri. and Calkins to carry Indiana while ebb tide on tho rocks of the coast were a there is nothing lost. do not "Wiry Ohio ler. Both are intense Republicans. 1, President of tho United States. Ex erally had one bootou ad was looking Indiana into tho wilds TrtVrT" In tbe P.AliiMAnnnj Both- - are noisy dcniagoue. Both Hendricks and Gray are on the war- specific for tho disease he think? he has, ! It miwt bo borne in mind 1S(W. Ai'nrsT. .Turin '2S. ar-- cA tnge, nmr.iwiLU'inn rvr nn iiib ii A.'tuvv iuv iimumciwiij wkv - i , . win v.v,,., otitot the that Ohio j MvDcftrlr."Pliihnr I thiinlc oii lor 1M path will be regarded as a joke by all and he was often seen drinking from the paid advocates of corpoi, train and the r..t,.rrpv asntino-fn- wVipt.her i Tccion tnenoDeneu. ten synous. 130, 70C not a pivotal State so far as the Dem- have beenThey were strong friends in tlole It is good In itir and 00G !rufrtx,qn. ., . .. ,. . 2.000 churches, and people. ,.... . them and bathing his face and arms in ocratic partv is coucornod. In other rations. second boot. j. lutv. ..will do gOfUMHo writes like a man of larga t-i... " ..cMrtffMMHMH a uhsu iisMert.iuii.ia Tho latest charges brought them. During the past whiter,, when word, a Democratic vietory in Ohio is Congress. Thoy were close associates o!roElCJ.v &e ra.uryV.':i.-smBiuRiea- n - mtLrSrr.t.mTtm7w9!?fi VS r. navo Vrally misses from sir to a dozen' trams in nroniaoie ioiw. UiBV. are inru ot a to .itnitsjuVriIiituanilniiIULni.j3rM The Christadelnhians, a pecuhax against the Democratic nomineos is that he was visited by prominent politicians W;r.VfifwnrisO ISTn every rj"TKBtras geTIOT' liftoff yf iu jjumuurnwe iieiorv 'p fiiiii inn j ui rsvuiiiii thank you rashly assorted that he id "no worso in tho hrst few months oy waiting in sect, an offshoot from the Campbellitcs, at, I could expect or desiro. ous tho leader "smokes cigarcttos of tho who wished to talk with him nlxXlu uti,01. Mann., Vo hopcrand iJMaffiWJ1 TTBlrifno gets the Prosidoncy Butle very sincerely for it. anil in this connection, than other public men," aud that no the morning for his wife to take the have a small church in Buflalo. They thtthavc nominationesuTriscJllSand saawlierrearrv qJ.j nitif-A1 wish to uia'koa suggestion of a somewhat do not there will ,,.;n i,nr.. i, :iii3vaMa1aysnK?Srlreon." mem oy inaiuerence, ana no .oiajuuc be nn rvfHvinn ffi- - crlrtn.Yi fUi i - n , , ., . scltlfli chararter. It Is this Voiispeukof Mr. one was ever in political life as long as train with him to the city. After this hold that all the churches aro tainted i. .. t .vsw. "iim it i.nm-,4- . mit'nr u'nu i Ilinv hii Paid well soBer to dispose of a share of his he w ithout being accused of offenses as" he pays no more attention when las with the evils of tho Romish Church. jscxti man mat ne uatt ramer live in geo neniiDiican wars. fatten and inciease lis wealth under interest to inc. If he rea'ly desire to do so The Boston Ht raid, heretofore of and quiet than to be elected President or has been Mate in serious as those that are laid at his wife sa- - she will co in the train with: One member of their body is no highex Mould muko tho Republican tendencies, says: "In all and die in the office. For a fewjclays prow to bo heretofore, and if it should Blaine more than he could under Cleve- wlhh he I coM know Just prooltiiiii definite. dour. This, wc say, is rash, because it H him than on her informing him when than another. They re'ect the doctrine whut to depend on m that Democratic in Cotober human probability the Democratic Na before the convention met he seemed to people would undoubtedly accept itthe land. Therein lies the true interpreta- Perhaps if Uo waithetill the full development an insult to the American people which the church strawberry festival is to of the immortality of the soul. Buffalo may grow reluctant to as of the enterprlJ ucM-- wm receive mis year i',-0be like his real self, and after hejvva.i an omen of certain victory. But if the tion of Butler's acceptance after tho part with tbe (burr, and I do not hj tlii mean they will not patiently endure, and whhh come o Y. He kuows the strawberry" Express. uuuui. Chandler conference. 'dm. I do not feel that I shall many of theni will "incline to avenge festival is bound to come off, some, any distrust of independent votes in Massachusetts. nominated displayed to those nearest Republicans should carry"thc State in The Bishop of Liverpool is helping prove a deadhf ttl In the enterprise If I once directly on Mr. Blaine. Tho public men Does nol this copartnership of rascalIt may be 20,000." him some of tho energy that was char- October the fact would have no s:gniri-tauc- e rnibark in H. I n.e ariou- channels in which who have been chosen to tho high post time, and he knows his wife will go to to solve the ouestion: "How to reach ity and venality intensity the issue be- I know I can M useful. Mr. Blaine announces that he is acteristic of him in "the days of. his tho city . but she will not go on the train the masses." He preaches in the open so far as Democratic success is tween Clean Government and CorrupVerv fiaUlr and sincerely jour friend. lo which Mr. Blaine aspires, or who with him, or on the one she expects to air; in the great In the hands of his friends. Just so. prime. But that did not last long. concerned. yards at Jambs G. Hl.une. tion? Does it not confirm and strengthhave from time to time been prominent go on. And ever since his nomination they After the Democratic Convention tho the noon intermission, and among the Mr. Flher. India street. ItoMon. It is this situation this prosp t have been applying the white-was- h old conviction that he can not beeject- that gives the Democratic part)' a deci- en the fact that this is the true issue of If you reside ten minutes' walk from 11,000 carters, with their wives, chilIt will bo' scon that this letter ac- as candidates for that place, have been other issues brush to obliterate "the spots, but with- ed returned, and with it his depression ded advantage in the contest. Defeat tho eanipa'gn. aud that allA. 1 World. knowledges an oiler by Fisher to let men wnom the Republic could regard the depot your wife, after keeping you dren and babies, and to the men of the mortification, and against ery waiting at the house until five minutes great goods' stations, oftentimes from art fraudulent and false? of spirits. He is now said to be de- iu Ohio will be fatal to the Republicout xya.il. Jiichmond (l'a.,) State. Blaine into "tho new enterprise."' It without spondent, and those who aro nearest ans, and this fact will nerve the Demoicforo the train leaves, will inform you .',000 to 3,000 in one assembly. Smith few of tho leaders of the Republican was the Little Rock and tort Arthur's apparent indifferThen and Now. Mr. Blaine ac- party since it first organized in defense she is ready; and when you tell her it ence to the fate of Blaine is one of the him believe that unless the bypochon-dri- a crats in that State to put forth their Railroad Company. There is an association in London, can be shaken off, all the work of best efforts. On the other hand Demo Mr. of human freedom have any charges is impossible to catch that train and just a year old, organized to place texts Mr. .John Kelly is reported in a re- cepted tho offer thankfully. distressing things in the campaign. Mr. proved, could havo Blaine peddlfni the bomb of this com- been brought that, iflevel of Mr. Blaine. you must take the next one, she will of Scripture in the street cars and omArthur is now in the mountains, where the canvass must be done without much cratic defeat in Ohio in Ociober would cent interview at Saratoga as expressthe die lion roareth and the whangdoodle help from him. ing the opinion that General Butler will pany to Maine citizens. They turned placed them on ha o passed away, and inform you that she has walked to the nibuses. The street car routes alono boar ao relation to the Presi( )f those who Mr. Blaine has already received a dential anvas--- . With thesis favts star- attract a large Irish vote from Mr. depot in live minutes a dozen times. 400, nnd it is esti:it to bo worthless bondsand had lo inourncth, and where he can not be who in their day incurred the most bit- You know you can not do it About number more than the ing them in hv should Irishmen vote be taken kik tinder threat of putting reached by wire. This looks bad for great deal of information respecting jusmated that the passenger traffic, which is Mot likely Cleveland. the face.it from desperato political situation, and he thinks it Blaine. that the Republican corruption isls who for General Butler? The most shame their vcndaritl prisOU. in this letter ter hostility and invited opiHisition, tho fen minutes bc'ore the next train leaves is steadily increasing, is 75,000,000 anfoes the most reckless claims at hae charge of ths Blaine you sot out with your wife for the deslander over made he also asks for A longer and larger innually. Texts have been placed in The New York Sun recognizes tifies his despondency. Heforecasts of campaign les and uncalled-fo- r all events that his political company, which is to thoughts of all men will turn to Mr. pot. Before you have gone thirty fifty of the cars, at a cost of two dollars and .Workingmen ot terest in t will waste any effort to carry against Irish Hen CJrovcr Cleveland as a Man of Destiny, foolish ajjologists? yards she returns to the ho ioe for her Lin oln when the and a half each for the year, and some but wants the Argns to toll it of what last winter were correct, and that .the Virginia while th-- ir Olro stronghold Sew York was made by Butler in his come out of Jbahl well's share. To country has ontored upon a canvasithat is in daujrer. and that it is in danger City Hall address in la66. The New CaMwpll, he ued the famous for a sta'ned reputation invite eompuri book, and to tell Jane not to let good results are claimed. destiny. The signs of the political zowas heartily abttsod, pocket he son. be" unique, and that will show some we the baby fall down the back stoop, and have the bet reasons for believing. York 'I'lntes, a paper at that time words: "Iilo not feel that I shall but Certainly Just think of it. During the past diac appear to show that (. levoland is will ho it of civil war his that she will be back on the 4:30 train. unexpected results which tho wisest There are also other States that threat friendly to (iene.ai Butler, primed a proe h deadhead in tho enterprise if mostin the liereest vear the young ladies or Vassar College destined to be elected President of the unscrupulous assailants never Your wife, having used up about two ate 94, 158 pounds of meat, which cost en to go ratic, though they ha8 full and no doubt accurate account of 1 once embark in it I seo various United States, and to make one of the man can not now pred'et. While Mr. BHine has no such organ- been in the Republican column for sev- this speech. In this report Butler is channels in which 1 know 1 can be use- dared to say that he was a dishonest minutes of the ten in running back, al- S15.556.52, and ied quarts ot l best.Presidents the Republic ever had. ized use. corps ot clerks, letter openers and eral i ar- -. The truth is, it is impossimoteil as saying: ful." How be could be useful a sub- man, or that he used,toor wanted tocoun- though she can walk to the depot in milk, worth $4,64 i.Oo. They also mado Albany Argu. him by his Mentor in 1&S0, assistants you are half sheop five minutes, asks, The second the power intrusted to who are of flour, 14,5f7 Is not James G. Blaine an af- yet lie has as were at and onorgeticon, ble to estimate the defections from the to 'Mayhamhljs, driven whothe polls like where sequent letter explains. trymen to rill bis purse. And linked way to the depot, ifwhen want to walk away with 58,600 pounds pounds of coffollow the a bright you 2,6.H8 Republican ticket, since it is made up their Mind leadersmew dc only desire discus- letter is as follows: fectionate husband and father? What and a diligent secretary, through whom lead, nut in the memory of tho Nation the" clothes oil her back, and at the same pounds of butter, of potatoes, 92,000 with him can tbey bear bushels th sion " oetter evidence is needed than the fact a great deal of correspondence is con- ol two elements diametrically opposed othersforshall twelves, nor thev themelve that aa the man who would have taken his time informs you she never felt so hot fee, 1,800 are . Ami's'.. Me.. Julys. hear want to each, other the German element eggs, 36,200 clams, 20'J bottles of that he wept and went down on his ducted. The news thst has already (irear groaning.l to comprehend placfl had the as.Rsin done his work in her life, and that you have plenty of pickles, and vast quantifes of other unabie My Dear MraPteher You me if I am the Ami better exemplification of the a ma kneeat the Mulligan interview, say- come to Augusta agrees in the main which hastorevolted from and Republic inb spirit fieriiap miwen can be found anywhere eatlHed with lie otter j ou ask le me of Of earlier is Haunibal Hamlin. Will nny time nnd our watch must be wrong; food supplies. Pancakes arc a xery tendency of !"ch prohibition, the I'rohi-hare In ourf new railroad enterH-ieing: "For God's sake, think of mv wilh that recohed by the National ComBlaine's supporters In Maine and that tho train is always late, and m iu lionets, wlio declare that Repilbli an ltian to Uh scene before u. by here a few men course, i Hittintora than nAtiBel with the of Mr. to favorite dish, and a griddle ten feet wifoand children!" His appeal was to mittee. It is far from cheering, though mere forre of terms of the tf er. I think it a mot liberal venture stifle free speech exists In seek sss4"t that n"hikv is as bad as Democratic whisky. ho se, and under the guidance of their leader, pro)oitioti. n fcfgitnte at all, it ie from Mr. Hamlin's record of there and con- when vou reply that it is" always on long by three feet wide is used to bake spare their feelings and not to publish it is not thought by Mr. Blainivs friends long such menus they hope to eloet Govtime she wants to know how about two tho'2,400 pancakes that are consumed way connected with the That thrt e'efection of these two elements wh i bywho now Ins disgrace and shame. But his rec- to justify his own power. he would conMeratHHis liuwr dopair. The reports is very serious is not denied by the ernor, to still by has the the hm1If which now character ot the offer. Your Literal mode of spicuous public servi e any s :ch evi- years ago last January, when j'ou had at a single breakfast. The milk used a word ord is there, all the same. it. accuml confirm the suspicion of some of tbo Blaine organs, but they claim that it is for that train. She reor pres des, and dealing with past in all our business transac- dence of personal impurity as has e ht years And, to wait an hour of the big snow storm, at the college comes from a dairy are What a grand opportunity was pre- shrewd politicians who were at theGhi-cac- o offset by aitis among Irish Democrats disgraces th city oer which hehad but ordi- tions ot the fiiliappreeiatton. ha not I imt-e-l who, if he were nt lo rule ami wrote mulated against their candidate? cows, which What fers to the day w.thout in nary foregirht. would mm- that he is but follow-iuMaine, what whpn all the trains were late, and tries from 40 to 50 grade sented to James G. Blaine to assart the was iniendet to brintf t aid- - since we are speaking of oti on the Convention that tho Blaine enthuAr. J. however, iinek of him power of the Hag of his country He siasm was not genuine, but was manu- and working men. We think,be prepos- that in the hall addressedwho from the steps of writ to a dennltc protMMitioii. That wa all will these apologists say to play it off on you in June, with the kept on the college property. as 'friends' a murvery that this claim will prove to I iroto Koston to the same train thHt carries Sun. . was Secretary of Suite of the United factured to a great dojjree, if not to One Governor derous mob of call at your oltlce to- of a parallel between the career of Mr. thermometer at eighty-fiv- e in the shade. mi terous. Rev. Mr. Beecher's recent informal or the sHat of N'ew York, by his complicity this letler. tweire will If you don't lutppen to Blaiue and that of the blameloss WillStates when dozens of m. morrow at some extent bought. The reports that Agricultural The situation in New York is some- with the IU ib spirit, has d om-- d liuin-eto bem no matter; don't jmt jourseir to any The lady who resides in the country were thrown into Br.tish urisons simply ant trustworthy already re eivedboth what peculiar if we iam Pitt Fessendon, or the loss dis- goes through the sime operation in re- address before the Conn., contained a free country which ma thus describe that InfamymobocrHCjIn must eer iiieurjthose trouble atiout iti Your, J. (3. II. School at Mansfield, on suspicion. They had committed uo by Mr. Blaine and by the National ComM. and who favor tinguished but not less honest Lot Mr. Fisher, Jil turning from the city. She expects to this pleasant reference to the Storrs in I present crime. They were held as "suspects" mittee here, show" that there crista the effect of the scandalous attack j' now another would-b- e t; vernorpurlletn of hh In this letter it will Ik seen he, it Morrill? on the 4:30 train this is her family: "I had learned something about made by the Republican political Mavor, from the precincts snd and were denied a trial' And the Amer- throughout the great Republican Statas These are mon of the old time Repub- return the retainers preachers and organs on the private own fritice. et his hired down free todHOUwSion being but Utrao days later, reiterates licans from the very dawn of the Re- husband's usual train and misses it Mansfield through my fa'ends tho work of putting ican "Secretary of State, James G. of the Northwest no such lien awl an-Confusion and his acceptance of Fisher's oiler he is publican day, and there are others like upon herown calculation by one minute Storrses. Old Dr. btorrs. of I'ramtrce, free Blaine, cowered before the British lion! o- erwhelminsr desire that B!aiiieball diameters of the Democratic candidate. cheers.) I h eeech. (Veils. that th s disturb-anebeen fai'l "more than satisfied" considers it "a a woman always misses a train by wn nna of mv earliest memories. and His lips were sealed when American go to the White House as there dfdln The Democratic newspapers, we are k Two men singularly unlike hi her is ieronal ."iwneu . Governor complement iromto myself. - I linen uthen th's most liberal preposition." He adds. them.and temperament and methods in ono minute out J V. . she muw .. .. - l,o ironninn erifilienrc vrs the lir.St. thatlad to see, have left my fellownf Liberty demanded a champion! !. "J fs rifts , 1876. This is precisely what Mr. Blafno Cleveland's dofense wholly with the In. !! mc e on the third day before lh election ,. ; "What I wrolc you on the ifiHh (first w . , .r - Lrnilraail - chcJc -s ho 'i uir(iaUlwellJution, saw to be the case" last winter. He! denomlent Jtumibliotuih whu lntVM..ib- Urooklyn mv neighbor. Dn'STorrs, .. t timiMmmmmmifiMr to a (lenmts proposition. J hat was Hie bunions and mio - .. The Lie Stained. ,i knew his hovdavwas in'"18flr vnd lv Mpoused the Democratic onusoV" Wefinin, command hero, ami no cur . ". Charles Storrs is my neighbor aud a l yelp. Ol niu t;jv, "" were for whipriu Al- - all." He was anxious for more Little struggle antl the Rejlubl'can cause, from she has missed that train by five min- great friond of mine. And last, Au"When tho recent scandal concerning since then his nonuluritv has waned I neoti not say that the defense has been but with 'bated breath and as I Sumner. They faced ens, took olf tbe r hate jxnt d. Rock bondi The third letter is as fol- Jseward train, gustus Storrs, here, is tho treasurer of like that of all tioliticians who havo complete. A coin in tie? of Indepe utes. She is on hand for the Mr. Cleveland was first published, the paueei And I warn thee men itM' It will the beginning the most envenomed however. The twenty-fiv- e minutes she my church. All my revenue is in his passed their day. All the lattery of have investigated the take but a few more u h cenes to determine lows: A ew l ork Independents uppiuted a comabuse, hut w hat tongue ever w airgi d III. she spends the and the result is entirely satis- the great National paity of the Tnioii to we mittee at Buffalo to investigate the af- the men who sought him lat winter ohar nu- .vfr integrity? Were has to remain inany ofdepot lady friends hands. When he asked me to come to -( Mc Oct . could not dissuade him from that belief. factory. Iu addition lo this, the New to it that there is eaie in Ne r Yora at everv I Ai7orT.you a nhort tune uo aliout a point against their per-oiher in talking with -too much ot human fair, and this is the result of the invescectioitas there as in IStSi. iCheors and fKke to they ever accused of cek ng pecuniary she happens to meet who have done this place I knew Our income i3 from Waskinjloti Cor. X. Y. S"H. of interest to yeur railroad eomany thai 'York Evcmny W has printed an edi s?roMtt.) nature to refuse. tigation: "This i session of ronjrress. hhhs reward for acts done in oflicial service? nierale wene, but what should iust as she did, nnd informs them she S40.000 to $60,000 it all passes through torial renlv to Governor t levoland s we expect awhen we remember that the men on tbe hutthe lastof the session, when the bill Did thoy ever write letters on their perA Republicans ami Independents residing nwht Man. A Vorsitile tn Huflulo, nnd huvmtr peculiar means or' now hal!o inir and hooting are the renew inir the lend ftrai.ttothe State of .dofamors which will undoubtedly have who whi-- h thf.y had to don t believe tlie rauroau ciock is ngm. his hands, and that stnpid man never itiowipdire, ohave been called upon by wa iachd. wire kll.irur lie fro children tor ihejflect of silencing those who have inn who in li8munlerintr Imbles when they by Julian, thaIJtt'0 Hock Koad of the Public sonal business of by falsehood for and it must bo too fast, for when she stole a cent of it." letter iind otherwise for information in possess themselves eater-- J were men who When he wanftnl to profit by of Indiana, Chairman was in Macy's waiting for her change been engaged in an attempt to drag regard to the scandals which bavelieen put by entitled to in th lace? And I re- I Hod ii seiiunieiii .a jiriiiu tliVgood name of an honest 'man iu the date not loot: them when the army of the tloor, Committee, and put rurht the bill as the fear they would find their way to an inIn circulation respecting Governor Cleveland's ing to o'clock, and she only an member, too, that in to PUNGENT l'ARAGRUMIS. vestigating committe, or can any one it was only 4 preprivate life. Wo have tolt it to be a duty Mr. Blaine was a KnowNothing. Now lnTro. Tailed States Tie slanders circulated by the serve Older, the-came here to r rotor and were ntnendmi nt to the Fremont El Paso scheme- -it conceive of them hushing inquiry into Mopped twice coming down from thore. on us by circumstances to examine that ho well known to Mr. Caldtame scheme probably win's Irish otas, he cairns to BIane organs The best backing a young man can and the tlrn to bow their heads Why. j on poor well. The house was thin, and the lobby in thoir dealings with a Government corwill react, these stories iu detail and to make a formal then produces nor watcn wsnow 'Nothing .When be an of the results. No such examinathins all get up. taceI ftiis reacliou will mako its influ- fools' I Orleans. Iyouremeters in lla tinmre the Fremont Intorest had the IlKeh to prevail poration from anxiety for an election to that tho railroad clock is tea minutes have is a good backbone of his own. lrotlie.-s- , would have been necessary to satisfy tion ha huntr ymir to benefit by the desire of bigots ence folt towards the close of the cam- and New and Julian s amendment as too fast; then she walks up to the ticket ourselves: but it was duo to those who have to Tramps never read newspapers. to ehaxo yonrelie il don vote. Hoot and the other to embargo other people's ri"i.ts. Mr. paign, when the honest voters of and if I iihall t !enrn chance to some day do If brought from a Arkansas who were doinsr the Senate. Salmon P. Chase was a receiver and inquires whether he doesn't read tho charjres ngain&t Governor Cleveland the fear members The advertisements in the columns ol Senator of the United Statos and was knowing personally his general char- Bline became a Prohibitionist. Now without have seen many their he' for thoir own bill, to which there the same to you. Why, think the railroad clock is too fast; he "Help Wanted"' are too saddening. acter and reputation in this community, and that he ties res the votes of persons who the country begin seriously to com- more ueh as vou, with the Mime rill', and the to bo no objection, were in despair, afterward Secretary of the Troasury pare the public records of tho men ni'S.et ami the lwyonet in not: then she informs tne tiCKet. Philadelphia Cdl. without knowing cither the position or the hands, for it was well known that the Senate was when money in "almost uncounted means of information of those who hae are not fanatic, he poes as a drinking Between whom the ieoplc must choose. actuated by the Mime spirit that aniia'es you, hostile to the Fremont Fcheme. and ir the Arand shows her charges, thatwo should not put lorth man. While in Augusta, whoe mindmillions was collected atld expended 'taker sho is certain it is, be. sup"Trust men and they will trust tnnde the with and I did not ttinch ftom them Do you kansas had stone back to the v hen watch, and he says "May a mere general statement w ithout a previous ing other people's business has been re- There is no doubt ot the courage and pose, then, that I will flinch teroro jou A Julian's bill woul.1 under his direction, and whon fortunes you," said Ralph Waldo Emerson. amendment the whole llilnir investigation. li arrives at home she explains "Trust men and the will bust you," integrity of the Democratic candidate. man w!iohgmelt friinjow ter can ttnd rum have Kone on the table and xlept the sleop or wore made in a day from the transacWe have, therefore, through a committee duced to a science and where solicitude and rarlic. You think ourelt the e rnal ol 'cnth In this dilemma Root came to me to business Is any man living !to the whole family how she missed the says an ordinary, every-daimmeMur-ab'appointed from our number tor that purpose, about other people's sins is a prevailing His public record is as open as the day. th nepi-No no; the nejerois an know what on earth ho could do under th" tions he controlled. Ho has made a strancer wouia sup eon-tcarefully and deliberately made an investigahell rulos, lor, u was vital to your impcrloras mi attends corruption and a notable light against to which you are jr.ilnr. en in above thonow, ents that ho billitshou'd pas. his told it him who would have dared to suggest of 4:m train, ami Hrst train she hatt ever man. And tion, nnd we have taken every available passion, Mr. Blaine regularly tho malloasanc innfhVo not pose it was the Dio Lewis says consumption is means lo ascertain tbo precise facts in each church on Sunday mornings, and gives Qnly bullies the Five that Julian s amendment was entirelv out of Mr. Chase that he made one dollar missed in her life X. Y. Commercial in the municipality of Buffalo, but men of burjrlars Io nts. Tomb-- , ot the I Mmpl case. The general chances of drunkenness tho world and the devil their due, Sunde order because not germane Hut he had not from the abuse of his position. Can vt the found in every clime, but he is wrong. uf the great State of Ncw York, where cla e; as the voice of the Nation, that ou are futHclont confidence in his knowledge of the and gross immorality which are made against '.Advertiser. The very best preventive of consumpGovornor Cleveland as absolutely fale. His day nights, by going into caucus with affairs are as complicated and cor not tit for thcoxerclfc of tho elective fran- ruies to mako mo puuu, m "- wn "cunw anv one conceive of him as begging a reputation for morality has always been good. Stoe Elkins'on the prospects of tho tion is found in a mountain climb. I oean was oiiposeil to the Fremont scheme, share in tho speculative schemes of that chise " d 1 sent as tuey are iu ruption as The Isle or Shoals. There is no foundation for any statement to corruption fund. Detroit Pod. Mr. Kelly jwrhaps forgot this famous and pwouM probably make the point.at once day on the ground of a decision made In Washington, the contrary. my wc to General I.ojran. and lie ' official capacity, and the assur- A man arrived in Now York a few He was sought out and nominated for the which does not "pan out much on respeech when ho said General Butler made the point. could not do otherwise in his The opposition to Mr. Cleveland in The shoals were long a bone of days ago with 3.2.S0 fiddles. And yet Mayoralty njralntt his will, and was supported ligion," Mr. Blaino is said not to have would draw a large Irish vole from than sustain it. and so the billmwas, freed Trom ance that he would "not bo a dead New York State will not oc serious, for that position by the larger portion of the tslbvJulian. head?" And "Blu'V Ben Wado ' and contention between Now Hampshire fuss if a little But the hun- ttiemisohlexousainendmenl educated, intelligent and moral citizens of darkened the door of a church for eight and, such as it is. it will be moro than Governor Cleveland. and at onee pasoil without ob eetion. At Thaddous Slovens and dohn P. Halo .and Maine, being on the State line, but England makes a great ltutlalo, witbout regard to politics and on years, but never to havo missed tho dynamite happens to go oft on the dreds of workingmen, Americans nnd that tlmo I h.id noor seen Mr Ca'dwell. but I and Senator Grimes and all tho old (now they have been divided up. They purely personal grounds. Aft r he had irone Sunday night symposiums of infidelity overbalanced by the support of men foreigners, who were th- - sub ucts of you can tell him that, without knowing-itisland.--A- -'. Y Mail. wjio aro anxiousto inaugurate an era of through the contest he was again put forward did him a great favor. Sunvrely yours. we conceive of ;uumber seven from our guard of the party ajonoof the ino?t distinguished citizens of at Bob Ingcrsoii's. Alcohol js said to be an antidote th's abuse, have not forgotton it. Jambs G. Hlmnb. reform in the administration of the namely, Duck, where in the dim past a Buffalo as a candidate for tho Governorship, W. Fishor. Jr Fsi..No. 2 India St.. Iloston. them as open to the charges under En'juirer. bite poison only when the paWhen he wanted to curry favor with affairs of the General Government and again received the support of the samo 'duck was seen. The most dangerous for snake was brought which Mr. Blaine now su'lers? The letter explains what tient is not addicted to "drink and his In this communi- the South, Mr. Blaine allowed the Force John Kully is somewhat obstinate, but class of his But we may be told that the standard of the group. Hog lskvvd, now known system already saturated with alcohol. out in Ihe first letter, how Blaine, as years, bill to be beaten bv filibuster ;- V hen ty, whero he had lived for twenty-ninBlaine's W illidrawa'. where his life was known and his character he desired to fire the hato of the North, a prominent member of Tammany has Speaker, was, indeed, "no deadhead" of political morality wa? higher then .as ppledorc, Smutty Noe or Haley s. Chicago Herald. staled that Kelly and Tammany" will well understood, this support would not The withdrawal of Mr. Biaino as the in getting the for the road, than it is now, and that Mr. Blaine is iThe.se. with Cedar Island, belongto have been given to him had he been either he raised the spook of Jefl Davis to de- support the Democratic candidates with "Mamma, is papa a bull or a bear?" RepublicStar, W mtc, Pres'dential candidate of the a drunkard or a libertine. Wo aro able feat total amnesty. When he desired and to put up its bonds above par, if entitled to be judged by tho existing Maine; while the others. O dear, Willie, don't ask so to speak from personal knowledge, as to make himself solid with the British enthusiasm the momtu.i Uiey arv assured an party nt iy be cimfidently expected possible. It is the most direct and de- - one. There is some force in the claim. Londoners, belong to New Hampshire. "He's a f questions! Go and ride your vebis acquaintances of long standing, and to thnt'uipir claims will be rospechd. In liefore ir.any days. Il is not el n fnrmer visit the writer's yacht was many testable way of marketing an ollice and The standard is lower, for in that time On say that his general private life has been Minister. Mr. Blaine ordered a salato any evotftV thvre is no reason to doubt we caught locipede " "Well, I just wanted to announce"l e ther by Blaine him that of a quiet, orderly, its powers ever known. In no man could have been nominated for 'anchored and swung so that Maine and Jcnow whether I was a cub or a calf, to the English llagatYorktowu "to em- that tho Democrats will achieve a ; and always, highly respected, citizen. who fish for'ard in the State of or bv any one of ln committee-,self the pFain and strong words of Mr. President by the Republican party Since he assumed his present ollice bis vis- phasize the loyalty of Americans to Her nota "cause in the Democratic State but the indicMtions point ."Oil City Derrick. Bceclior, it i3 a "revolting case." It is was justly suspected of the sins of the ate them in the cabin in ixew Hampits to llunalo have been few and or short du- Gracious Majesty", tin Queeu." When of New. York. CnnlUutiOH. i At'aa'a Smart boy (to Sam, the mail carration. It is susceptible of absolute proor. he wishes to curry to the publication iu the near future of a violation of honor anil honesty. It is Chi ago candidate. But if the standshire. faior with the dynaund has been prov eu to us, that upon no one of only ono a violation of his official oath. A man ard of those who control tho party be a f 'rmal aud eremptory withdrawal Although the shoals look extremely rier!: "Heigho! you've got A l:isinl I'rautl. these visits has anything occurred to Jutily miters, he gets his organs to Hatter Ono o' these indications is found in should let his arm rot to the shoulder lower, it remains to be een what ver- (small from a distance, they take up spur. How do yon expect to get tho the statements which have been made by his (V Donovan Ro-sWhen the nominadetractors. The charge that he has lecently lav slieil on before lie would do or record a deed dict the American eulogy J nc iHiuei eiiTiijiniii is sx nisiiiiii the fulsome will pass quite a little space. Star Island, ac- mule along with a spur on but ono taken part in a drunken and licentious de- tion of Folger was an evidence of "vVell, honey, you see, ef I fraud upon its face. pside?" Maine by his org lis. xVs thore is no like that. It shows Mr. Blaine as one upon it in the trial to which they are cording to a measurement taken Bu.Talo on the occasion of such a bauch in defeat, Mr. Blaiue wrote a letter Iftioneral Butler, when nominated by foundation therefor in Blaine's char- has well said, "a statesman for revenue, challenged. And there arc still men visit is entirely false We have been particand half a Vits that side of the mule along, ain't is nearly a mile long ularly careful and thorough in our investiga- which meant: "Cut the State ticket the to keep up?" and Greenback-er- , acter or record, this eulogy must have tcmpired by occasional aberrations of living, in both parties, honored and imile wide- - White Island is the other side Now tions of the al eged betrayal, abducuou and and push for Congressmen." had accepted without hesitation some ulterior puqiose What other honenV"in other words, thrifty, Haley s is a fiolden Days. honorable, who furuish the means of "inhuman ticaimentof a woman of this city that he is nominated himself, his man of a mile lonrr. as detailed in a local newsnancr. "You are verv late sending your can luivo but to The man who was recomprises ' geed the rule, honesty, ex- comparison. agers acting for hiru, propose to"icn and -- placed hinuolf squarolv on what purposemind it for Blnino's prepare the V, The circumstances out of which, tills story uprfBsetl to' be the Irfnetples" "Of iJiinll r retirement cept iiifcrt and only occasional. Place jected for Mr. Blaine by the Chicago imile long; the entire groP evening male out, said the editor to was fabricated occurred eight years ago. The out everything for Electors." acre. those organizations, he m ght have from the canvass? The public ;s such a man h'n the Presidential ollice Convention is one of these. When the about mx hunurcu interesting points "his daughter when he came home at woman in question was at that time a widow many While Speaker, he ruled in the inter- laid some claim to honesty. between thirty and forty .rears of age, w.th morally ure to reason that a man of and what limit would there be to his chanres lonrr since formulated against about the rocks On, Star Island .s an two in the morning and met a timid, to V.O s.eti. two children, the youngest of whom was ten est of a wild cat railway and then strrfck When he paused aud dallied and such supernal gifts as those with which trafficking? loth his years old. The fact. of this case show that its promoters for money. Ho peddled opportunities and Mr. Blaine were again brought to the old burying ground that would provide shrinking young man between tho front waited for the action of the Demooratic can credited she was not betrayed, and that the allegations at all." out blocks of worthless stock to confid- Comention of which he was a member, Blaiue is intend to by his organs a not his powers' would be vastly greater than attcntion of the public Irs anient, it 'material for a volume in itself. The door and the gate, "Not "Charles respecting her abduction and, n go on with possibly when Sneaker. These letters, under amateur, a'torney, Mr. Phelos, hast- (inscription on one of the stones reads: answered the thoughtful girl. wholly false. We deem these the only ing farmers and made a virtue of tak are where he is continually con his own hand, show every think'ng man ened to try to prove that he had done features of the charge in connection with tins ing it back but was Careful to mako and whoso candidate he hoped to be, are the remains of the Henry is now a morning edition. proved that he was willing to e the fronted with the cold facts of record how he would use them; and forbid matter which constitute a public question re"It seems to me." said a Vermont the no worse than Mr. Edmunds, instincthim SGt.OOn out of ono he quiring any declaration on our part. Our ex- Tom Scottpay Rev. John Tuckc, A. M. He graduated and Greenback nominations and tho pi tures of the cruel carica- patriotic citizen to aid in amination of tho other charges which have railroad for the $3-)placing such ively perceiving that if they could .it Harvard College A- - D.'2;J. aor: Judge to his daughter, "that your he had to reas a means of socuring tho Demo- turists. And so reasoning, the public a man where he could use them. been made against Governor Cleveland's pribe shown to be guided by the same ,lnnr..l l.nm Jul 25, 1 1.12, ami dlCll young man calls a good many times a vate character shows that t hoy are wholly un- pay from another. He gave orders that cratic prize. He was playing a Butler will ump to the conclusion - as the The fourth letter is as follows: standard Mr. Blaine was safe. But tho August 12, 177.1, a 72. He w as attable week. My court doesn't sit anywhere true. In every Instance in which the reports Calderon should be recognized as Presorgans evidently intend it shall that and Insinuations have been tangibleenougb to IV. attempt drew out a simple and savago and nolite in bis manner, amiable in near as often as yours does." "O, Peru St. John only a Blaine's retirement is serio sly conlook furnish a duo to guide us in our investiga- ident ofuse his but insisted that" ha AUOUSTA, Jlo Oct. 4. V6J. Vn nmr Jr. explanation from Mr. Edmunds that te well, papa," was the blushing reply. office to confirm the i"y tions they have been positively proven to be should his disposition, oi ina inclosed contracts of tho parties Utter: few hours to learn and accept tho nomis thus mado 1 nnd false. settled that ouestion forever, and 'J ho Laudreau guano concession, worth ination of the Prohibitionists' Conveu-tfo- templated. Preparation named w mr letter of "iv en to hospitality, diligent "I am engage to him,' you knovy, sesritv fo the announcement that it has been The attack upon Governor Cleveland's $20,000,000. to Shipherd, who was a contracts will be completed as rapid- showed Mr. Pholps and his client that, pastoral ollice well that entitles' us to a court of special character is thoroughly discredited when we fully decided upon; and the announce- ly es circumstances will permit. I inclose you however desirable it was to establish a ami faUh?ul in his and geography, as sions." Burlington Free Press. consider the sources from 'which it comes. It secret partner of Blaine. He combined If Butler had obtained the nomina- ment, when made, will therofore occa- a part of the Unvrelinal umbe of April 9. likeness to that gentleman, it was as learned in history was first publicly made In liutfalo by a news- the duty of inserting items in containing the point to which I referred at A woman will calmly leave the general science, and a careful no man ' uostions paper of no standing whatever. "Wo hao shojk. some lenptn in ray previous letter of XCHay. impossible as to prove that black s well as bills with the business of tion at Chicagoha, e sin i net it at once sion no both to the bodies and the cover of a jar containing ground coffeetwico called upon tho editor of this paper una it of intercut to read it over and physician ou will he would ace Other "pointers"' in the same diree white, ir we turn to tlie noxt most conErected 1800. In open when she Knows tne air win wmj and asked htm to produce his proofs, the liaving a sliding scalo of prices for each that n narrow escape your bill mad- and have enthusastioaHy indorsed the tion arc the apathy of Blaine's alleged eee what niMH of the session. Of course. on spicuous lifrure in recent politics, and souls of his people. t names, dates and other particulars, which he last that It the strength out of it. But she wilh memory to the ju-- t had publicly stated he was at liberty to show. item. platform just as It is. supporters and the activity of the Re- was my plain duty to make tho rulinjr when compare Mr. Blaino with the man who is a dynamiter He declines to do so, or to facilitate in A Know Nothing-whwas once raised. If tho Arkansas also a monument to the mem- never leave the stopper out of a bottle Here is When he became satisfied that his publican bolters. Blaine, it is well tho point not. into the truth of cither bis own ans. .yho is, a Know Nothing; a However, napponed to como to was for years the object of h's most ammen had ory of Captain John Smith an angular containing perfume she bougnt in ius a charges or those contained in tho anonymous a dynamiter chances were hopjlos he objected to known, is a nvmof some shrewd fore' a mc when at their wits' ends and in despair, bitious rivalry, the result will not be drinker shaft about twelve i feet in last Miramcr. Any one sending he published. He admitted that Prohibitionist who drinks; letter which and pretended t iat it was sight. Seeing deCoat inewtable he will the bill would undoubtedly havo been lost, or more favorable j Mr. Blaine. Roscoo marble he bad no evidence to support any .accusa- who is Prohibition'st; a lobbyist ef- thop atform correct solution of the whyforencss of for tt It was erected m 1864.-C- or. aud Pro- withdraw from the lace in the hope that at least posjponedInterest yCHP. I thouj-h- t the Conkling- - and no one will suspect us heir-h-t. tion against Grovcr Cleveland except in tho fective with Congressmen; a Congress- not sufficiently point would both you und Caldwell, the thusly will receive, by return mail,-thPhiladelphia Times. one instance to which we havo particularly tective to suit his views. he may start at some future time under thouph occurring bc'oro either of jou of being pre udiced in his favor -- in a He rested his case on that story, man effectivo with lobbyists; alenian cornet used by Washington to blow referred. in trie enterprise. I bi p you to underEven then, if he had forthwith an- more la, orable auspices. nnd, as to that story, he is contradicted by who salutes the English Hag; an Enstand that i "norouRhly appreciate the eourte-s- long career of activity in politics, and interest to those who his lire at Valley Forge. Puck. or the nounced his a'ceptaneo The strougest indication, perhaps, is the witnesses having personal knowledge. jt may be of with which you have treated me in the rail- of not the noblest activity, was never The two clergymen whose profession has glishman who is a Fenian; a churchand Green ba k nominations, the pretcn e on the part o the organs road matter, out your conduct toward me in suspected of prostituting his public make the subject a study to know that invoked to give weight to these charges goer in Augusta and the crony been ll " has always been marked by trusts to private gain. There never was there arc only five genuine signatures have insisted that his previous that it is widespread," or "there are business An Insufferable Abbreviation. have no personal knowledge of tho facts, and, unbounded liberality in past years, in Washington: the first diplo he miht only been due to be m exist under the circumstances, could not possibly mate 'o his desire to rumors afloat," or "there are mysteri course, expect naturally come to the and, of a moment in his life that it would have of dcla Tiad concluEverywhere we hear the msufferable have such knowledge. They have ventured mat among guano jobbers aud the first see "what principles the Democratic ous outgivings" that Cleveland intends sion to the same or you now. You been safe to open negotiations with ence. Une ' to state as facts known to themselves stories jobber among diplomats, Mr. urfre roc to make as much as 1 fairly can out British Museum one abbreviation of "pants" for pantaloons. which rest upon tho merest hearsay, and parlv would proclaim. . If ho had at to decline the nomination of the Demo- of the arrraniroment into wh'ch we have en- him, such as Mr. Blaine conducted the other in the g aro breeches. laino's versatility is a t Abbreviated Comwhich, when traced to their alleged sources, once" declared his inability to indorso cratic Convention. This is so palpably tered. H natural that I shoull do my uttho Fort Smith bonds; it is, attached to his will fetors'private Then it is notpantaloons arc in every case denied by tho persons to object of admiration. a solid English word, but most to tnis end. I am bothered by onlv one candidates and platform meant to break Blaine's gradthat he, like mons, and two in poteesion simply inconceivable whom they aro ascribed. Wo have designed One-haof his accomplishments has the Democritic to run in opposit'on ually to the people that purpose must thin?. and watte definite an 1 expressed an Italian derivative, and although thc to make a candid and judicial statement of with Mr. Ca'dwell. I am anxious everybody andh's readiness Blaine, could have opened them him- collectors. use of nantaloon? is permissible the. acquire ine interest ho has promised the results of our investigation of this matter landed many a man in the penitentiary. to them, his plea nrght havo had some see it. to n ?et a dcanito understandinsr t self. X. Y. Times (inrf.) witbout partisan coloring. We have not All of them put together neverjdid and L. of.Stephenville, Tenn., cutting short is reprehensible. Trousers; Blaine's early withdrawal will, there- with him as i have with you. I shall be in thought it necessary or proper to repeat the never will make a man President of pretnse of honesty. -S- ilas Buck, tho is the correct word. 1 have seenm In a lew days, and shall then have an Governor Cleveland la detail, fill and pro- fore, occasion no real surprise in poBoston Why did he back and Governor Cleveland meets the cor- shaves with I Sgcaf-oli of hisshaving-brus- Broadway signs reading: "Gents .nn,rtunliy tOtAllr maH.Ni nPAM ..n nor to predentin full tho evidence by which United States. Albany Argus. .IK grand crastinate for another full month, giv-in- litical circles, though there will be a you. 'fdlJP?sed to think that whatever I respondents and talks to them, but does once the property they Dave oeen uisprovea. pants and vests," descriptive of mensl 'rgreat deal of curious specula ion as to do with you. the clownish answer of John B. Olmstead, JOtLV H. COWTNO. must really bo done not make mistakes. He preserves tho father. : "We will follow where tho wkito CMtJNRO, trousers and waistcoats. In English Kind reyards to Mrs. Fisher. through JULTH Stone. to all inquirers, and the successor whom the dignity of a candidate for the PresiXtaixmak Davis. Arreun Wilcox, plume waves." says one of the j. o. nomenclature, tho articles known ax. n say whether he was or was Committee will name. bctroit Free Sincereto L. D. Udm&ev, John E. Rajjsom, W.FJr.. Esq. dency; but to protect himself from tho poets. He would do well to lay refusing ICeely, the niotor man. has now pants and vests are of the femmine ' iHasar AMMAN. UK, Wx. P. Kip, Pre.?. a candidate? This letter remarks the nrogress made wiles of the interviewer he does not hU 'secret nine years, and irender Let Joan have the pants then, G. Uakhett Rich, in a good eupply of fresh water for'tho not jHbnky W. Butlor was waiting for a bargain. Thomas CARmr, in selling the worthless bonds; again have to back himself against a wall and Die stockholdcrsjaSf "S tired. --N. but permit Darby to wear his. own J.N. p. saw white plume is waving in the direction Above all, General Butler should begs tor a piece of Caldwell's UHAS. r. XNOBTOX. ', ykr, Be put himsolf into communication share; re- - stubbornly refuse to say anything. Y. :iimes oi aalt tuver and headed up stream. tjouserj.. Utica Observer avoid making a hass of himselL S. Y Avrust 9. 1S&4. Bill Chandler and made a trade. with POLITICAL rOLNTS. the-countr- 0s Guit-eau- I ; or-an- ic imygi-ciau- w roc-or- -- I "V Ai.-tl- in r wcll-inforni- ffonr.Mr.-Xcwt- s. ... i- od - JiraL-troe- s I Jl" 1 "- .,.;; 1 rro-ulenti- al 1 b 00 - ship-buildin- g A Vt im-pie- - ss De-n- o SG.-VJ- -- 1. ? 1 - g I i orphan-kiber:- Irish-America- ns lf - o -- -- 1 &' i . . w- -- . dnr-st- hum-ble- iPa '.fobitestimsnsa I . I .,.... I -n I "-- 0 1 - al -- a'-- e pri-vut- o anu-iris- atl-mpt- im im-ros- bby-muroie- anti-Kno- w s he " 1 he 1 I thi-i- r fin-il- y y 11 1 bawdy-hou-- - i dcop-roote- ; 1 , C'im-cinn- cross-tree- s; fellow-citizen- s. e -. land-gra- nt olli-cial- lv unmi-takabl- y a. Half-Bre- ed p-o- three-fourt- hs in . .--. oi-- o ! cam-iia'ir- u-- Anti-Monopo- ly 00 . s- "-- J- - n. y. -- theAp-propriati- on esti-gatio- n o Anti-Monopo- ly e en-pip- y ofIn-gerso- Shakes-pearekno- never-ceasin- ; lf mo-"u- charges-agalns- t -- h, "" m "yes-and-n- o, - JOS-IA- can vcn-paig- - n. Si-ra- ...i .-- !- - 4 . rasr- "- & is. ' """" - L - tmm -- J ' W- Tff -ik; r t,, ltfl BM , I thought something had hnnnnnml t Mckel-T- lio boy, sure. Suddenly it occurred to me that Coming Mela!. FARM AND FIRESIDE. it was about time for the Montreal to be' here. I stepped quickly into tho shanty ..ouc This is the GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. As soon as flowors on the summer-bloomin- g and glanced at the little clock that hangs portance is "coining metal " Tts imroses fall, cut back the shoot there by tbe door. It lackod just thirty to a strong bud. minutes of train time. Well, thinks I,' its uses are KENTUCKY HI0K2IAN. there's no use looking for him now, Ik plied. It is -- Ilonoy should never bo stored in a won't be foolish enough to start back until ".ctal was cellar or other damp place, as it seems tho express gets by, and even if ho should in commercial quaSief to attract moisture, get watery, and attempt it, the station agent at R EIS Bill TUB AT. I would! state1 withou' then will ooze out from tha combs. yl' hold him, for you know everything has to uuhml mils get out of tho way of the regulars and give or contamination by , cail Boston Budget. What birthday present could I'sonil 3,.?" This summer morn, to you. ray friond? then a clean track, as they always have or other elements with whicfit fa uniGo to see tho sheep at least once a What birthday pift would bo In tune tho right of way. Just then I heard a versally combined in iu With earth and Heaven this day In June? natural state. week, and don't fail to make them glad other for years shout and looking out the door saw As to its geographical distribution. to see you by taking them somo salt; "Joe was proud of her, I tell you, and telegraph operator running toward the me Bhall I send flowers? A crimson roso eery time he glanced at me it was with a from his little box of an oIMco down the may bo said that it is many but your visit will be just as welcome Upon the bush you planted, crows. " self-colocalities and in various lident as much as to say that track there by the tavern. I plckitjiow; I kiss its face. f tho any other day as Sunday. N. Y. Herhe was not farair wrong in praising her. "He was waving something in his hand, world; but only in a fewpFace3 'And send It to your. uwelHng-plaefrom it ald. bhe vas a handsome lass and no mistake. and my first thought was of Joe. 'Tom; been found m siitticient quanSies and A slate with a pencil z Shall I send books? A volume waits She had the most wonderful hair Lhave ever for God's sake quick:' he exclaimed, as he of sulhcient richness to be worked with hung in the kitchen, ou whichattached, Tor you7of life this side ho gates. seen. It was black and glossy and fastened rushed up and thrust a message into ray , to noto so olean and fair. I press its in a coil at the back of her shapely head, hand. I snatched up my lantern and read : commercial success. The recent dis- down articles as you think of them, to And send it, darling, where you arc. while in front the stray locks hung in care- 'Joe is coming down the track wild. coveries in Now Caledonia (an island be bought when you go "to town," less profusion over her broad, whit3 fore- Gave mo the slip at U . Stop him at lying to tho east of and Bhall I send words or tenderness? from will be found a great convenience, and not head and above a pair of black, laughing the junction or all is lost J ike Or loving deed ? or fond care's s, .' Australia) have given such importance will save much vexation of spirit eyes that were never still. Such as vou always jrave to me. "For an instant 1 was dazed, completely The birthday morns that used to be? cheapness to ,53 met"There lay her power, you could look stunned; my worst fears were realized; but and co.nmen-i.-i- l A most delicato dish is right down into thein. they were deep, I knew there was not a moment to lose, al as to bring it into ecouomical uses following the directions for made by making If I could all these token? sand deep and fascinating., They were eyes that and with the blond surging through my heretofore unknown. This locality is From earth to Heaven, bek) od friend, boiled custard or "lloating island." unless handled with care would play the veins, I seized my lanterns and rushed out at present the maiu source . Would you look up with boamln? eye. of supply Lot it become perfectly colif; just bedeuce with anv manVheart; but she was into tho night. And thank me as in days gone by? for the world Tho only j,lace jn tho fore use slice bananas very thin, and a good girl, bright as she was pretty, and Some of tho boys were hurrying toward United States where it has been extenAh, yel Your faithful love, I know. possessed of a charming disposition. Mr the shanty to see what was the matter, heap in the custard dish. Put the whites Eternally wffl Btronpor grow. old heart went out to her at once, and I without giving them time to inquirebut sively mined is at Lancaster Gap, I of the eggs on the top over all. This And though Heaven's fulness ba oaraplete could not help This is the lovin; her just a little for thrust the lanterns into the hands of two A gift from me wouW still bo sweet. is simply delicious. Albany Journal. Joe's sake, and he, poor boy,' why bless of them and shouted: 'Diwu the track mine of Joseph Wharton, of Philadelyou, lad, he loved every hair other hend. To pasture meadows after for your life, Jack, ami stop the express; phia. He is now "Thoy reckon not by natal days the only producer of the grass for hay and taking itcutting "Well, things ran along smoothly until and you, Ned, up as fast as you can and Up there," a doubting whlspor mys. off, to metallic nickel in the United States. the end of summer when I began to sus- stop Joe on his way down.' And it Is so; but, I am sure. Your love forever will endure. pect that all was not right with Joe. There railroad , always read v forThey were The ore from this mine contains in sa' the least, is very unwise. It is askemergening too much tribute of the land, and if was evidently something on his mind that cies, and knew in a moment what was up; bulk from 11 to 2 per nickel. was weighing down his usual buoyant so they started off ou a run in opposite di- It is worked into its cent of state continued will necessarily impoverish Therefore. In this familiar place. commercial R ened k" J'onr remomborod face. it. What is gained in pasture is lost in spirits. He went about like one ina dream; rections, while I sprang to the switch. Tbe -- 1 1 I can with your own soul commune, he talked little and would sit here for hours express was due here at any nnuute, and at Mr. Wharton's extensive works at hay, and each succeeding year there I And send my thoughts through skios of at a time with his head resting on his already 1 could hoar a whistle Camden, X. J. The important deposits will bo less hay June hand, brooding over some secret trouble; down tho track, while in tho north my of nickel ore recently found iu Nevada Cleveland Leader. and less pasture. ?? .M" ys to yonrs I lift while as for her, he never so much as even practiced eye caught the reflection against are now attracting attention. My faUhfuine, your birthday gift. These It has frequently been said, nnd is mentioned her name now. I tried in vain the dark sky of th i blazj from the JUKiM II. May, in Ctiicago Adv&iux. r deposits are rich in oxides of nickel to reason with hitnj I coaxed and threatno doubt correct, 'that six quarts of of an engine which 1 knew and oxides of cobalt The grade of skimmed milk divided into two feeds, ened, but all to no' purpose, 1 could do must be Joe's; but my God! what a head of nothing with him one way or the other; steam he was carrying. He was feeding this ore is as high as tho per cent, of with one TOLD AT THE JUNCTION. pint of tho jelly formed by true, he would occasionally make an effort, his own furnace and running a race with nickel or nickel and cobalt Xiokol is d iu Several years ago whllo reading medi for my sake, I thought to brighten up a' dath. If , the Montreal could only get here now worked so as to be dif tile and boiling well one pound of four quarts of water, added every feed, cine in the office of a country practitioner little and look as nothing had happened; first, I thought, I could run hr on to the inallonble. I formed the acquaintance of an but, Lord, the contrast was so great be- Mdmgout of the way; but no, it was Mo tC will calves This metal is to be viewed a a now threebring on of theirwell after the first late. Joe was alrendv in sihtan coming honest, old chnp by the name tween that anl his usual weeks growth. An exthat it only made it all the more painful like the wind. I could see the lantern-industrial of Tom Lee, flagman and material, a new gift to tha' r nt change recommends either warming a railroad junction twn miios iutnn. u.. 10 me. dance along the track as the men hurried arts, with an unknown number of apthe boiled or the skimmed village.' It happened in this wav nn I? . "Tne other lads had told me all the par- on. The exnress would surely stop, but plications before mo't extensive it Itsthcninniifacture milk before feeding. Boston Foil. my poor heart ached for the would Joe? Taat was tha question. Would warm, sultry afternoon in summer after "culars, and trying in vain to concentrate my thoughts boy. 1 kneurwuat it meant to a nun urhn he mind the signal or would ho keep right use is iu plating and in Sweet corn is the most important coinage, there upon the work before me, 1 close I my loved with hi3 whole ooul, the wav Joe did, on and rush headlong into the waiting of germau siher. and I feared the consequences. 'It was no train? No! There was one alternative has oecm a large demand, which is de- of all garden vegetables, and takes a Anatomy and strolled off down the track for a breath of frosh air. The road ran child's play with him. it was a matter ot left but I shuddere I to think of it. At the stined to be greatly increased as its ad- similar place with us to that of peas iu through deep, rocky gorges and overhang- either life or death. It seems that a fellow last moment I could turn tha switch better un- England. There is no vegetable more ing with many a cool retrent from the up there had been paying the girl consid- and throw him on to the siding. The vantages and economy are price from affected by a change of climate: the He was the son of a siding ends abruptly, with a deep ditch on derstood. It has varied in burning rays of the sun, and I wandered erable nttention. aimlessly along, now stopping to rest ou prosperous merchant. haiidninn. nnmrf the farther side. To run on to it suoh a one dollar to four dollars'!'01" pound in culthation for two or three generations some mossy bank, or to throw stones at the Htid fascinating but with a lad reputation, i rate of speed was death. Allthese thoughts the la.st twenty vcars. JTlie price in a few hundred miles either north or large-eyefrogs in the slimy water of the x uuu ueura 01 uis uuings ana knew that no flnshedjhrough my mind on the instant. England, iu IS S3, was quoiedin a memo- south produces change.- equal to anew culvert?, until finally I found myself with- good would ever come of his going with O! GtgU was torrible. And 1 do nts per variety ; a change of soil afiects greatin a short distance of the junction. Just her. Flattery and fine manners, backed by it? Must I sicrirtce mybrave boy, my poor rial to Congress at sevunjy pound. In the shape forp$H'"S it com- ly, of course, the individual plant, but social standing, are powerful Joe? Was there no help for it ? 1 cried ahead of me was a flagman's shanty built wealth and in From it does not seems to afloet the tendoncy under a. shelving rcn k, which protected It levers in the hands of unprincipled men, bitter agony. Down the track, the mail mands a much higher priee. on the of the variety. Peas, on the other from the sun and gave it quite a pictur- and many a poor girl hus bejn deceived with tho lantern hnd come to a standstill. 1S7 to 1SS2. the nrica-wesque appearance Seated on u bencn out- and her life darkened bv just such means. Tu express had .seen the signal and was and hand, are easily modified by soil and of " Well, this scoundrel poisoned her mind coming up slowly. Up the track, the other avcrag' upwards pound om dollar con- not by climate. A'. Y. Herald. side the door was the a for large with his lying tongue, against hail taken his position directly in front of forty cents per roughly-dresseoH man in some way All tho loose bones that accumuwith a short grizzly beard covering the en- Joe, until she .finally dropped .him alto- the rushing, thundering locomotive that tracts p tire lower part of his face, which gave him gether. JoeVas always a Httle ''sensitive, was sweopmg down upon him, and was mine late on the farm should be saved, not The production from to sell, but to apply as fertilizers. If a rather fierce aspect. A stubby pipe and being naturally and swinging his lantern violently. God grant 4.IH UH may possibly have said more he could Stop him. If Joe would only slow to isv$ is estimated at aM which had evidently seen hard service was turn the farmer does not keep sharp watcl pounds. If the initios tightly clinched, upside down, between his than heought;butanyway,that's where the down, I thought, perhaps Ned could jump peddlers may pick up these stray waifs teeth. His head was tipped back against trouble began. You couldn't blame the on and wrest the throttl from him, but it oni as expected, the miftoriauon 01 and take them to cities where the' can the side of the shanty and his eyes were girl, poor thing. It turned out afterward was one chan-- e in a thousand. Nearer and nickel to this country will uot 00 neces closed in peaceful slumber. His practiced that she loved him all the tnn, but those nearer came the engine. The man in front sary, but it is higly provable that we sell them at one cent per pound. They ear, however, trained like that of most women are queer creatures; I never could sprang quickly to one side. The critical can export to Europi. Tho consump- are worth much more than this to burn railroad men to acuteness, quickly caught understand one of them yet. A man never innnent had arrived. I clung to tin switch is very and crush to a powder, o as to spread the sound of my approach, and he awoke could understand a woman anyway. As with both bands and strained my eyes tion of nickel for known as the on the ground. A better plan is to with a start that sent his pipe rolling on for him," and the old mini's eyes glowed peering through the gloom. Suddenly large. One company, the ground and all but caused him to lose with fierce anger, "I swore that if ever he there was a burst of rUkiiii, a roar, and a Uuiled Xickel Co.. admit that the break up as fine a possible, anil thon his equilibrium on the narrow seat and crossed my path, old man as I was, I'd shower of sparks. He had reversed Uw royalties received nmlcrlts patent for leave then to soak several months in tumble after it, "Are you not aware, my make him wish he'd never seen the dav on engine. God ba praised! He had lye from wood ashes until thoroughly the friend," said I, addressing him, "that it is which he was bom. Joe never went to the signal and was slowing down. The im- plating processes amountedis to no les aoftcnod, whon they may easily bo than &175.CKH) a year. This all recent a serious thing for a switch tender to sleep village now. I asked bim why he didn't petus, however, still carrie I him along. ! what ! you don't mean go up and see the girl and h'ave a talk with at his post?" "The man with the lantern dashed it to and new. In the coinage up to June, crushed. Journal of AqnruUure. to say that I was asleep do you, young fol- her. It would never do, Tom; it would one side and was chasing down th track 187C. the United States had alone islow," he growled five cent niofcol to tho exwhile never do. I might meet hini,' he answered, after him. Would he catch bun? The enAmount of Grass Seed Per Acre. stooping over to pickup his fallen pipe. and the words came slow and distinct gine had almost come to a standstill. A sued of the tent of G,7IC,12D in value. In the "O, no," I answered with a snide, "only a while his fingers tightened convulsively, few leaps more and he would be in the cab. I see in some of the papers lately a slight drowsiness consequently upon the 'and It were best that ho and 1 shmil.! O! how earnestly I prayed that he might (Jerman Empire the total nickel coinextreme heat of tha weather." "Well, sit novermeet.' Well, things went onfrom be successful. I could just distinguish his age amounted in January, 1S77, to writer claiming that farmers do not sow down and rest yourself, anyhow"' and he bad to worse; the boy was actually.broken-hearted- . form in the darknss. He had one foot on about S9,S.so,0 X), and in Belgium, in enough grass seed per acre, and says I can't say that he neglected bis the step now and was about to spring 1S7C, to Ct.V.)5,s5 frauas in value. in substance that this fact accounts for motioned to a seat on the bench at his side which I gladly accepted. I have always work in anyway, but it was all done me- aboard, when there came a rush of steam, their failure in raising a good crop of had a great fondness for studving human chanically, absent.mindo41y;hebad no tu$ engine jumped ber length, ami the man There i to be added. ah. the amount nickel coin in the United grass. He claims that two bushels of nature, especially in its rougher element, heart in it. I don't believe he knew what was rolling in the ditch bsid the road. of one-ceand often spent hours at a time listening to he was doing half the time, and it was dan- Joe had seen him and in his delirium had States, (iroat Britain ought to substi- timothy seed per acre is not too much, the crude logic an J quaint expressions or gerous, very dangerous, not only for him thrown the throttle w ide open and was tute nickle for its clumsy pennies. and that a peck or half a bushel is not 6ome poor, unlettered being whose whole but for others. Ordinarily hehad the cool- coming down the track at a terrible speed. Xow, what nas led The relining" of nickel and cobalt waa enough. ideas or conclusions this writer life had been one of ceaseless toil, with far est head and the steadiest nerve of any I could see the ponderous machine swing I do not to such more of the shadow than of the sun. man on the read, but ha wasu't himself from side to side in its headlong rush, and commenced in the United States bv My friends often ridiculed me on mv now, and I feared for his safety everyltimd my brain grew dizzy. I reeled and would Prof. .J. C. Booth, of Philadelphia, in know, but I do not hesitate to propeculiarity in this respect, but all ne uatuea ou. xne Doys nil. noticed it, too. have fallen had not both hands been glued IS 16. Mr. Wharton has done more nounce them unsound. When I was a to no purpoe. It w as a part of my own They liked Joe andfavb're'dhim all they to the switeh in a young man, and just beginning farmgrip. Go be strange nature for which I could offer no could, but such things soon get to the ears merciful, I groaned. The nwn yelled to than any one else to promote the metalii the United ing for myself, one of my neighbors. nickel explanation. Every life teaches its own of the bosses, and one day the rumor came me to run for my life, to getaway from lurgy of lessod and points its own moral, and no that he was to be laid off and a new man there. Never! I would die there first. States. The treatment of it to secure an older man than myself, told me he used a half bushel of timothy seed per life is so lowly bat what something may be put in his place. To tell the truth I was They laid hold of me and would have the is x matter of high degained from its observation. The after- glad of it. I had tried in vain to get him dragged me baek but I fought them off. 1 greebet skill. Expensire works for acre, and thought that about right I of noon was far advanced ere I terminated to give up and go away somen here for a was wild. I was desperate. I wanted to sowed this amount one year and my visit and parted with my new found cuanse,.butn wouldn't listen to in? ntalli die there with Joe, my Joe, my poor.brave rollinjr nickel have boon recently that my grass crop was not as containing, among friend, promising to come again at the 'ow, he wouldlbeoinigeil to Ko, n.,.11 knew boy. It would have been a "mercy to me erected at amden, heavy as I had grown bofore from less earliest opportunity, which I did on the it would be the best' thing for him, as the then, but God in His Infinite wisdom had other machines, two trains of succeeding night and many nights after. rest would do him good. This was pretty ordered otherwise, and it was not to be. mils, is inches in diameter, with an- seed to tho acre. The grass grew too At a certain hour of the evening the Mon- close onto tho end of tha minth. and on "1 scarcely know what iianneinwl. II nealing rooms and their adjuncts, and thick to attain a proper height In treal express with a long line of luggage, day he got orders from the superintendent was quicker than words can tell. A grea words it was too r a onsine The othernext year 1 sowed thick ato thrive. postal, sleeping cars and coaches camesup tecomedownbelowandshove some freights engine sprang The only peck per iast me on to the siding largest sheet - below fromthe CU3rolled at Camden was and went thundering Ly up the track. The- grade is pretty steep There was a sad, pale on its way north. I would generally limit from here to It --, ,ten miles above, and calm, sad face." but the face in the cab. A 11 inches long and 24 inches wide, pure acre, and had better results: but 1 was brown eyos that satisfied I had sowed too much still to my visit to the time of its arrival,.and one whenever they get a heavy load on it takes lovod shone with a strange, unearthly night just as I was setting out for home, an extra engine to help them over. Joe as he gazed down on me. One look, light nickel. Xickel is also woldod upon iron secure the best returns. I reduced the and A great variety was sitting here when the word came. the old man, who was putting up his that was all; but, boy," and the old man's and upon steel plate. quantity till I came down to two quarts made the remark in an way, "Suddenly he turned toward me with l voice dropped to a whisper, "it was a look of domestic utensils have been mado per acre. I am now satisfied that three .inat he "always dreaded tho approach or strange light in his eyes, a light I did not from the other world, a look thatburned s out of pure nickel. It is a noble metal that train !" "Why ?' 1 asked, greatly in- like, and after gazingeametly at me for deep into my brain that were I to live t in its beauty and in its durability and to four quarts per acre is enough, if terested. "Because it calls up sad recol- for a moment said: Tom, do you put in so it can grow. I do not throw thousand years, I could never lections, boy, that I cijn never choke off." in dreams? Do yoii think there believp There was one terrific roar, an root it out freedom from ru.st and discoloration. is "Jmexplosion It is proposed to make nickel boiler- it on the ground and leave it to cover I at once surmised an interesting story and such thing as a presentiment of coming and all was over. I was knocked down plates. Knives and razors will be made itself, or wait for tho rain to do that I insisted on hearinc it. hut thn hnnr wnc I would &y other seed ' '" wng,io acKnowiedge deafened andstunned. Kind hands picker of T b. late and old Tom was obdurate, so after that, in common with most railroad men it A more uniform and constant cover ittoasgrow. Xow, farmers, letthat I me up and laid ma us I wish exacting a promise ot it on the morrow. 1 am a little bit superstitious, but seeing that time, before I came here, and it was sonit. supply of this metal is domandod. to my senses. When bade him good night and left. Tho next Joe had something ottho' kind qnjiis mind did, I got on to my feet with difficulty look at this matter a little. How and Its production will constitute a prolit-abl- e .many &ecds to the square foot would evening 1 was on hand earlv and all ex- now, I thought it inyduty to try and laugh tottered feebly toward the wreck; wa pectation. The old man was sitting in his it out of him, so I said as boldly as I could-Wh- going to find Joe; but the boys stopped industry, now that the probability ivou wish to have grow so that each mt accustomed place outside the shanty. The nonsense, boy! In his right and led me gentlv away. They had found of increased supply is afforded by the Ktalk may have room to grow and night was clear and warm and nothing dis- - entt evtrt nciioves in SUCH RIUII ; anyhow him pinned under a fragment of the firo discovery of the Xevada mines. e - turbed the lihrive? Could more than one seed to stillness but the low sobbing of it'sal' foolishness, utter foolishness, and'i box, torn and crushed beyond recognition refer to the article in the U- - S. Geologi- ftho square inch do well? I think 144 of a freight engine on the siding a short dtn't know what you mean by such talk.'' and thought it bet that I should cal survey, "Mineral Resources of the distance down the track. "Its a sad story, I mean just this,' he continued withmU. not see him. And perhaps they seeds to one square foot is as heavy my boy, butyoumay perhaps be interested once taking his eyes off , niiae: I right. My poor old brain could not were United Mates." As indicative of tho seeding as is desirable for the best rehave remRrked, by way of prelude, had a strange dream last night. My stood the strain upon it, ami it wer lack of appreciation of the uses and ap- sults. I have sccu timothy seed come while he lighted his pipe. Then, after a engine had jumpsd the track ami better that I should remember himas I had plications of pure nickel, and the prog- so thick that nono of it ever grew six short pause, marked by vigorous pulling, caught me under it, known in the past; but he commenced: "This junction was a of . iron and stcl, with under a mass to thinkhim being separated it was terrible ress of art its manufacture, wo inches high; it just choked one another of in such n man mention that as late as 187.", at tho Visteam lively place once compared to what on one side and a blazing escaping on out Xow, how much seed must be the ner and never to see my boy again mv it is now. It was the O! God! it was terribly real. I poor Joe. I've never bean the senia man enna exhibition, and again in 1S76 at tho used to furnish one seed to the square other. or switching point for all out in bitter agony and awoke, since. The blow struck too hard. Young Centennial exhibition in I'hiladelphia, the cried ireight. trains and 'wildcat' engines on trembling in .every limb. It makes fellows like vou soon forget grief; you out- the intelligent public failed to notice the jhich? A little calculation will answer the road. They would often lay hero tor this bettor than I can answer it in any even now to think of it, and it will grow it, it simply ruffles the surface for a hours at a time waiting for orders and a all come true. Tom, it will all come true. moment liken ripple on tho water, and is importance of tho remarkable series of other way. By actual count the scruclear tracK Our sidings were always full 1 feel that it only objects made of rought nickel. Tho ona; but of" timothy seed contains apthen, but tho rapid growth of lh towns be- proach Of somo great foreshadows the can Jire strong, with menMike me whose loves judge repotted them as worthy of an ple weight danger whi?h I death only makes them strongei .iUO seeds; one ounce, 76,800 seeds; low, with their extensive freight yards neither prevent nor escape; but ami the griefs tha harder to bear. award, while persons not especially one pound, 1,22S,S00 seeds; one bushels, I'm has taken the business all away from here, for it, ready and wajting. I've ready "The boys courted in such matters were surprised ,W, 206,000 seeds. One acre contains until nowI havo little else to do but flag death n thousand tunes'hnd after what I've death, for he felt pretty bad over Joo's sad vert-ethem the regulur passenger and through freight suffered, Tom, it's welcome now in any They draped was a favorite withblack all when their attention was called to tho 160 square rods, or 13,560 square feet, their cnginos in and trains. The boys used to make the shanty form, and the sooner it comes the bottef.' went about with sorrowful faces for many subject, to find that pure nickel wai 6,272,610 inches. From the above kind of hanging-ou- t place. They liked to boy! you're not talking like a day; but now conies the strangest part of wrought into articles that could be put or see "'Hush! that one bushel of seed to the vou stop here, it gave them a chance to rest and yourself now, and I won't listen to yon,' the whole story the s stretch their legs after beinir onnnoil nn j says I, beginning to get a htflo provoked know, was almost girl, up there, do you to daily use in the arts and in domestic aero would be eight and when the.cabs. Firemen, braHemen and driver. at him; 'if you keep on like that 1 shall be- heard tho news; she cried and toik onshe economy. Boston Traveller. to the inch; of course two bushels seeds aapj -- ..v... so lunuauiuu iovou iem, would furnish twice as many, or 17.6 itell gin mad, any- they could hardly do anything with her. I you, boy," and the old mariliid 100. hand how.to Throw off such nonsense his and go knew it. She loved Joo all the time, and .seeds to the inch. Who wants sevenHow to Handle a (Jim. impressively onjiny knee," "there's no bet- about your work like a man. The idea of a now that he was gone she refused to lie ter, braver men that waltthan these same smart young fellow like you teen or eighteen seeds to one square losing his comforted. It was too bad, and, poor girl, railroad men; generous and brave every Jiead over a fool of a The first thing you do when you go inch? What folly! What a waste of I felt sorry for her. She suffered deeplv J 'Have a caro, enough time. I've 'em a good mauy, is, in my opinion, proflihow you speak of have a in tho matter, years and know of what I speak. I was Tom!he all ofcaresndden, breathing her,' sisted onfor her partthe blame upon and in- hunting with another boy is to guard seed! This a says taking all hernelf. yourself against accident Tho best gacy. From the above we see that one hard . lwavs a crent favm-5wltl. d., living up therejyet, and corn's his eyes, fierce glitter, there wasn't a man in the lot who wouldn't whilo shan't be shone with a for wluit I do. She's mo once in awhile and wo have down way to do this is to shoot the other boy iuart of seed has 1.72S.000 seeds, three to see or I accountable some have risked his life to have saved mine You've been a good friend to ine and I good visits together. She's taken a great before he has time to load his gun. quarts, 5,184,000 seeds. So that 3.63 and well I'm nof telling what ohlTjin don't want to hurt your feelings in any interest in me and has done a great deal Then take both guns to the nearest quarts of timothy seed will make just kk,- - wouldn't have done for them. There was way if I can help it. I don't deserve the toward brightening my lonely life. The creek and throw them in. Throw the kecd enough for one acre, sowing - ono young fellow in particular, Joe Norton, .kindness you've shown,me, Tom; I don't lads all like her, too, and they tell mo that powder and shot in after them. If you pne seed to tho square inch. Ohio a freight engineer, he was born and brought deserve it; I'm nots worthy of it, but if of all the graves up there on the hillside, have any matches about your clothes, Farmer. in the Tillage above, pud ?.P t? like-- not one is more frequently visited or more throw them in also. Then start at f ner lad never stopped on the d of never have cause to regret it. As for her, carefully watched over than Joe's. nn engine. He, was not over handsome, Tom,' and his voice grew "As for the lying scoundrel who was at once and go home as fast as ever you French Farmers anil Salt. huskv with bat he had a good face, a strong, honest-face- , if ever you see her again, toll her I the bottom of the whole affair, she refused can. And if you are under eighteen one you could pick out in a crowd and it all. Dear girl, to have anything to Salt is a commodity next to a necesdepend upon every time. He was a noble have loved her through never suffer as I after the accident, do with him, whatever, years young, the chances are. even Oodgrant she may and ho left the town. follow and everv inch a mn. havo"done. I was really the one to blame. And it was well for him that he did, for with these precautions, that you will ret sity for French farmers; yet it is so clockwork and as brave as a lion. He was She was too good a girl for a rough fellow the boys all had a sort of bitter grudge both legs and a section of vour back heavily taxed, surrounded with so many with me from the start. took like me and,! ought never to have encour- against him and thoro might have been filled to the brim with bifftsliot before irritating conditions, as to limit its ema sort ot ratherly interest in him and I you reach home." loved aged her. I might have foreseen the con- trouble had he staid. ploy. You cannot cart a barrel of sea fcim as if he had been my own boy; and he sequences, but was blind, blind to every"He's gone now, nobody knows where, I "How?" water to your home without permission returned it too, he did; he confided every- thing in my great love for her. She was and may my curse go with him and follow thing in me and sought my advice on all my idol, my queon, hut it's all over now, him "Goodness only knows, mv son, 1 of the authorities. You would be sus" subjects, which I, in my poor way, was pected of wanting to choat the revenue don't. I have she hop she may be As for mo 'only too willing to give. I lived for that and I GodLho .groaned, happy.nothing ever the"Here of comes, Tom !" I interrupted, as did happen, but Ioften wondered how it perhaps by manufacturing your own sound a wbistlo reached my ears and Ol will never could ascertain. oy; yes, invert for biiul He's sleeping quiet this throbbing heart and quench the the headlight of the Montreal express I am not here to advance ingenious salt The tax brings in over 3,000,000 uu ujj lucra on mo nui tteyonu tue vilraging, seething my brain!' and swung far down the lage, and my old heart lies there with him. he clasped both furnace in his head and stepped out from the shanty an 1 track.fol- I theories, but merely to state cold facts, francs annually to the exchequer; betTom hands to Oo you know, my lad," and he removed strode rapidly off towards his engine. lowed with his lantern. "Don't stand so and 1 know it to be a solemn truth that ter reduce that and make up the deis pipe from between his teeth to Well, I was near, boy!" he continued, "the suction will a boy, with a single-barrtwice ficiency on drink licenses. Mixed with search I didn't quito like the Civo bis words more emphasis, "that the looks of lime, salt is beneficial for all crops. It things, but V thought if I let him draw you under." On she came. The as long as himself, can jnanae somereat secret of life is to live for one an- - alone for awhile ha might work it off and rumbling Increased to a roar. The track how to shoot himself in more places at is generally applied at tho rate of thrco other, to help each other all wo can; no be all right again.' "After he'd got aboard shone like two silver tiireads before them, per acre, and Jto four hundred-weight- s aiatter though my life be one long record I went around to where fate fireman was and I could see the glittering pistons churn ouce than a man can do with a ef darkness and error, and God knows it oiling up revolver. And am I oing to is most efficacious, according to back and forth in tbe heated cylinders with aa been, if I can lend a helping hand, iiow to one sidethe machine, and calling him off lightning-liks when mixed with rapidity as the huge machine buy you a gun? Yes. I am; sometime the cab, I said out and then, to some poor fellow more unfor- to him: 'Soe of earshot of I want you to with its Cyclopean eye swept toward us. in the long vacation when time hangs of its weight of lime or marl. Salt here, Jake, tunate than I am; if I can make his bur- - keep a sharp It was a thrilling sight. We instinctively cu ugnier ann Ma lire a trifle happier, feeling just eye on Joe this trip; he's not drew back. A flash, a blur of lights and heavily on my hands, and I think I exercises a most favorable influence on right.and I'm afraid something would enjoy entertiininthen surely my life will not have been al- may happen by pick- thewormation of the ear of wheat, barfaces and thoy were gone, together in vain. That's the principle I That's all to him jf he's not watched.' smothered up in a whirl ofwhile we were ing shot out of your legs you a nut ley and oats, and adds to the weight steam, smoke with right, Tom! I knows all about o on, boy, and it's not a bad nn tr, rn. ot tho grain itself. In the caso of poIt; he's wrong here,' and he placed the tip and cinders. I caught sight of the dark pick." 1W. either. But to rnntinun- - frnm th. fi..,i of his dirty finger on his forehead, 'and all form of the engineer crouching in the dim you will bo very careful with tatoes, the action is marked, the soda "But imo I knew him tlv lad had a great likin-l- or light of the cab, I've got head and a young girl in the village up there! his headto say is that a man's' a fool to lose protruding from withwindow, andshoulders it? So is a woman very careful wtD (replacing the potash in that jilant; but the his skull 'Never mind over a girl like He was constantly singing her praises an umbrella, my son, and yot scienco it is in colza that salt tells with most cap and says feeding mangels, talking to me about her, so that I came to that,words I: but do as I tell you; and mark keep drawn tightly down over his eyes to is unable to benefit out the sparks that were falling in my account for startling oxcellcnt, For it is detrimental salt is if any barm comes to the lad Vnow her pretty well. I never sawher but but when through your carelessness I'll make you snowers arouna mm, while another dark increase of one eyed menthe nee, Joe had been up on the branch one every pay ior it, and don't you forget it;' Well, form was shoveling coal into the open beet is cultivated for sugar. It was ay with a load of freight, and on his way the Uaickeye. mouth of the furnace. I watched them disJDavy first directed attention to tho wv slmvlv and ack through town had picked her ud ami ing afternnnn aDnroarVi.-rrt mi lust such a nicht appear in the distance; then I turned to (value of salt in the agricultural point troughther down to the junction. "Just as thi, warm th old nun was and ple."wmt, and the stars- bid my friend or a ride,',' he laughingly told me. but I were One of the small economies, which, of view. It augments the appetite of out so that 1 cVald distinguish ob- weeping bitterlv. John Alonzo Howe, Jr., if , new; better; the sly rascal had been tellstock, and enables the latter to consumo constantly practised, will result in ing her about me and the little minx had j.i3 at a great diftance. l Knew Joe in Albany Evening Journal. large saving m the course of a year, is acid or inferior herbage. The famous would be along soon, for he was alvixen this meaiM to get a peep at the old to purchase soap in large quantities and pres sales sheep, that command the ready overdue by some little time, so I ' lan and make his acquaintance, I Mi N. B. Clark proposes, in the allow highest price with the butcher, are fed it to dry before cmiv'coraingup the track. Joe was heard lighted jny lanta-n- and placing them here Journal blow-nof tlie. Franklin liiililnlc, to all the soap found uaino- it. Almost on the salt marshes of Lower Normandy, for the switch, so I went out and threw where hey wrld be bandy, snt down to In the stores h no as a "w:n As - "- !.. fVir.an-d- , was J,,st gettinamy flag ready sound rorninvwhistlethe time passed ana be- - employ,fnr zhirtc source of emergency freshly made, and the great waste and the coast of Charente Inferieunv ( bfe nnwpr reached my ears I ff wnr fnrnnr.nc inn .. fc..u it was an ngnt when he Mixed with guano and urine, salt pre low again, and he kept on blow-ta- g whicbTpofroleuni fr sprayed aloag mth griJcutof the fact that when soft it vents the escape of ammoniacal fumes. will dissolve rapidly in water In th all the way down, ' I didn't him at R an,r e should have been back superheated steam ami hot air. course of the Monday's wa?h a Urge M. Velter concluded the ultimate action a2w.Lwh8.t to mske ot Jt t first, .. 8d thoSht the boy must have gono long ago. i walked down to the track andpart of the bar will melt away with n of salt was to convert organic matter quiet- -I could hear noth' tor """ was mv signal right in thl, pa3t twenty poreeptibie result, unless indeed a unr into nitrate of soda. In any case, behere in plain sight; however, the mystery fore employing salt, the nature of tho necessary reddening and softening was soon explained. As they shot past has there wasuttho least sound or the slight- - ' soil ought" to bo carefully' studied. the hands is taken into account M onto the siding 1 saw & girl's face et vibration. Chicago Time. Exchange. I began to grow alarmed. and three executions. xaiU.a-LXUlkUia- ii VJUUlll, Hthewnd0w. , 1 & running the en. K,ne and h .t nC0n tholaver. Her cheeks were flashed with excitement tts vJ discomfltnrA jautrhincingre't" close be was tndinc: hind, watching loo with a proud, glad light her m his eyes, while his imp of a fireman with d face was leering and grinning at me over the side of the tender. As soon as thoy stopped she jumped down from the cab and walked back with ioe to where I was standing- - I recognized her at once from his mttny descriptions, and we were soon the best offriends, laughing and talking together as if we had known each '", - a . mm 11 MMMM ! 9 MMMHWI nnffln; WW .! "ffot G4 To Tie To." a dSKi.fi"1 My Tommy:has That's " M S1'"1?1-- twanty-Sa- l. " soot-begrime- 4fl5rt&J$l$fc nnstsepSSTts0 A Th origin of tho expression "It won't do to tie to" was explained to a Bepub-fica- n reporter yesterday, and the story may be of interest at this time when thero is a prospect of its being used extensively before November in connec-jtio- n with political tickets and cSndi-xlates. Th hM E0t fleas-- " Brooklyn "HoaK, on Coughs." 15a. atDrwrclstt. Complete euro Conghs, Hoareenoss, Soro Throat tndnitK?boutbab,es: bnt then, we never in small talk. Chicago Sun. niPtrnghtn Corns'" t" n c. 1 lea-e- r ! I'enn-vlvani- a. well-know- n m-n- About thirty-fiv- e years ago, according to tho reporter's "informant Captain Swan, now a resident of this city, and nn octogenarian, was coming up on his poat from New Orleans to St. Louis. .When near the mouth of the Red River the captain decided to run ashore and lie up for the night The mate ordered fi plank to be thrown out where a dark object, supposed to be a stump, seemed to offer a good opportunity to tie up. A man was ordered out to tho end of the plank and commenced winding tho rope around tho object to secure the boat, ;whcn a huge paw struck him, almost knocking him into the river, and tearing a great rent in his clothes. The supposed stump proved to be a bear who sat on his haunchos watching the boat, while the light blinded his eyes. Tho man scrambled for dear life and succeeded in regaining the boat, when he exclaimed "that's a mighty good place to land, but that bear ain't a good thing to tie to." The St. Louis Republican. 15c- - Ask for it care.hard or soft coKns.wnrts.bunions. "With every disease imaginable for thfl raat . thrco years. Our Druggist T. J. Anderson, recommending "Hop Bitters" to me, I used two bottles I Am entirely cured, and heartily recommend Hop BUtors to everyone, J. D. Walker, Buckner, Ma "I Have Suffered I Com-piL- ie Bhf3?hRT,enorfSht t0 tests pocket even If he has Ptcfc pict-ures. increasing sales of Piso's Cure Token of the great appreciation I have of your Hop was afllicted Bitters. With inflammatory ihoumalism I I I Seven years, and no medicine seemed to do me any Good! I Until I tried two bottles of your nop BUtors, and to my surpriso I am as well y as ever I was. I hope "You may have abundant success" to-da- I write this as a For nearly cleam as tho best cough remedy. at- Ai?00,n is a quake alwaysomtlmes jar and nn earthis. Loxcelt Courier. "Mother Swan's "Worm Syrup," for 'J&c hay-makin- "In this gre.it and" Valuable medicine: Anyone! wishing to know mora " Quick, complete cure, all about my euro? addressing Can learn by me. E. M. annoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, $1. Williams, 1103 10th street, Washington, ... A person D. C blufijh. Boston Tost. ought never to eat 1 consider your Skinny Men. "Wolls' Health Renewer" reRemedy tho Ik st remedy in oxistcnoe stores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,$l. For Indigestion, kidney Favorable weather for non it rains pitchforks. c "Buchu-paiba.T - A ton Courier. roun-iM-HAK- The piano Complaint duet Bom "And nervous debility. . Glunn's Sulphur Soap Is a common remedy f r skin disoase. Hill's Hair Dyo, black or brown, Wc far-awa- y Extremes in Idaho. On the sand plains down bv Hawthorne it is so ho"t that mercury "boils in tho thormometors unless the bulb is kept wrapped in wet sponge. A dipper of water thrown up into the air evaporates bofore reaching the ground. Tm only living creatures seen about Walkep .ano are me pelicans, ana in one shore to the other dining the middle of the day they are obliged to descend two or three times and fill their pouches with water. Tho sand at the bottom of the lake gets so hot during tho day that bathers going into the water of evenings are obliged to wear boots to prevent burning their feet Snowbanks are still plentiful near Homer, on the slopes of Mounts Scowden, Havcrly, and Homer, on the southerly side of Mill Creek Canyon, and on Mount Hector, north of Homer, while on the west, circling the head of tho canyon, large, unbroken fields of snow loom up against the sky on McClintock Peak, Mount BillWil-linmand the Sea Lions. Ftrinta Cjty Enterprue. iljiflo-jfrorGil-cre- st, smoko-stacko- fire-bo- x WAuU4 111 I 1 Returned "From. tho Boutll in a lrultless search for health, and find that your Bitters are doing mo nioro Good! Than any tiling else; A month atjo 1 was extremely "Emaciated I 1 !" And scarcely ablo to walk. Xow I ara Gaining strength I and "Flesh I" And hardly a day passes but what I am complimented on my improved appearance, and it Is all due to Hop Bittors! J. Wlcktlffe Jackson. I have just" flax-see- 1 good-hearte- d 1 switch-tende- - tlax-see- d I -- jpSg-lfej.TH- GREAT gS-RBaBl- !iV fl2SS? nilinington, DcL CJyXono Pennine without a bunch of frreen Hopsontuovhl lahd bhua ail Use vile, poisonous stu'J wth or "Hops 'in their same. LJIUWI'-! HF&iA&3 evis's F1 l...i'IM & Ell .rs&svs; d it m-n- t Lumharo, UicViwhf, Headache, Toothache, More Tlirnut, Kncillnb'. Sprain, ISrulae, turn, fecHlt. Front Itlies, And All Other BODILY PATNS ana ACHES. 60U by lruCTritai!.l IiftjvnU in ULsn- - isf air u!e. PirFc-IuT1IK IUAHU.1 A. "VOGEI.KJt CO., Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica CURES ar Health and Happiness. v I !. CTerj-ber- e. & j j ? X AD AS OTHERS (Sncces rtJA.TOSKi.EBto.B4lti3sore.Xi.TI,S.A. KAY-FEVE- R. switch-tende- r, bard-feature- d s, CATAlF? Aro your Kidneys disordered? Kidney Wort bruugat me from my trrnre a it wens, after thu-Oa- yc:inlhre quick-tempere- d head-stron- g in.Nda IJcminders of Old Times. Ho was a tramp, and when he had carefully scanned the back yard for the expected wood-pil- e and had found none, he quietly slid around, and knocking at the front door, began his story of misfortune, and his inability to get work. "Yes," said the farmer, who was of a classic turn, 'but labor conquers all things; you lemember the old saw, I ISigsSl l:i3& y HAV-EEV- ER m bee severely afflicted wi'h Hay Fever. Whtfeuf-fcrtLj- j tatentely I was lnilatcil to try FJy'a Cream Bahn. and the '(Tcct was marreloc it onai'leU me i firnmij luite wl ln'Ut (h Mifc'l.'.et nirnletee. and I haieexaped a rrturn a'lark Wh T. Crb, For (wtntyflvo Detroit." &e bad it. W. bna pirrn op i f 13 bet doctors In Derrraax Jfechaoic. Ionia, Ulch. ''ElitlltT Wort run! mm frt m vrilnfM . after I was not fxiwtedtoliie."- Mrs. U. JL B. Goodwin, d.L'ArtuHX0iir Clereland.O. t !!. Aro your nerves weak? r.inl ntse fcucn inr you Have Wort Bright's Yr&ler waa lust Disease? "KfclnST me when vjoKut piorl pr N laa wooa. ' -- j erer Suffering from Diabetes ? fclretii'sIyIhaTe used, aire abnmt tramwtlata relief " u. llalWu, iluniton, Xr. V t. ti'zaut-.- b, s-- en " u.sa. "h good-naturedl- y nt Kw tpnmla4. Cf don t you?' ..M "Yes, indeed, I do," said the way- 10 eta. i.LT li Druggists, OwegoK. y. farer, as tears started Cto his eyes, "and the remembrance is indeed plainfnl, IE but as I came along I didn't see any Of a AXnaaarliiuetta Enirlneci Timely hanging up on the back of the house, John Bpcucer, SaTZuse-maite- r sol thought I would ask for something Warnlns of Mr.A.. XL. JL. of U. Ss to cat. Yes, I remember the old saw Sleep after fatigue, and health after disease, are tiro and tho wood-piltoo, but have no of the sweetest experiences Known t o man. 1 ourtccn use for them; good day,' and ho van- yeara la a long time la which to suffer, yet Mr. Teter Lawler, of hjd 1 a miserable lire for ished into the wherenoss of the whither. that period Dalton, Ma., through the preenre of atone in 'he Made, thisdirae depend d Kly' Crenai Tlalm J a rpmrdy tosed upon a r .rrec-- t duxnotU of and can bo niKo. 60 els. l'aator, J. SEavfl von d"Liver Corrmlfimt? fj mr-JLwj--'Yort nu of chronic Llrer Di5eas CoL CWh Kat. Deary Ward, late "Kidner-Vort, Guard. If. T. lame 1 had to roll aching? Is your Back lomo andwhen I wnjio fl bottle) cored zue oat ot lsL" C II. Talbuaze, Milwaukee, Wis. fi "IU J.vy-- urt made roe sound in llrer and kidneys si after years ot unsuccessful 'octorin& Its worth B 8 W a box."-So- m'l Ilodgw, Wlliusutown, West Va. "KWni mo after Have you Kidney Disease? tarj Aro you Constipated? cured evacuation and mum It years rt use ot medirtne" Wilson auxluld, Sc Albans, Vt. 1 "KJdney-Vo- Boston Post. The Quack of a Goose. vice-lik- e 1 re-ul- ts ob-srv- od C h S0-in- hor.o-powe3-- 1 lan-.ter- n, "Oh, I'm nearly roasted, George!11 exclaimed the petulent maiden. "I'm so glad," came from tho lover, with a serene smile. "Glad!" cried the girl, preparing to take a bath in tears; ''you heartless creature!" "Yes," said George, in a low voice after he had turned out the gas and one fut the clock back fond hour, "you sec, of roast duck." passionately Yonkers Statesman. No wood has ever been dis covered that combines so many advantages for "How is my little duck asked young Crimsonbeak of Miss his fiancee, as she met at the door the othor evening. Mm ICEXXKUX'S PAVOKITB KEatKDY fore risking an operation." A few days later tbe low leg letter passed through the Roodout post-oflc- der. Thithetooghtlnalldlrectlcnsforacnre Is an almost superfluous statement. lie did n temporary relief, but nothing more. Last January he called 00 Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondout, X. Y., who said. alter examination: "Mr.tawler. you have stone la the bladder. Wo win first try Bit. IM.VI3 ob-ui- remedy I hare A "Kldaer-Wo- rt you Havebaa doneMalaria?any other better tfcaa us. In tierIfT. d JU my . nO ha dincnte nn.--e cood than any other remedy I have eer taken." Hit, Orejoa Sirs. J. T. UaUoway, .v .. it. liar, Mm 1 praeijce." Jioru, t k befol- nt Aro you tormented vrithofPiles? "ICidney Wort persumeB'lif evrt't me 1 Dr w C B n nxv rmc.l I It lo ne." two. II. Horat, Cubic rM. bat.., j:ycmown,ra. Icedic.-cUe- DAtTojr, Mass , Feb & The day after 1 came bumo poued two Kruvtl stoned, and am doing nl.cly now. I TVtrr Dr. Etnncdy Dr. Kennedy now has the stones at his oOce. and they are autHetenUr fors.ldab!e to Justify that IA VORITIl KE.UEUV Matfdrr. rn hH the leading apecllc for stone letter, Mr LawUr mentions lu the FAA OU1TH tliat ItI.MKD7i also cureo. him of rneunuium. Tho EUDjvinca ceruncate tells lis own story: old BcuKsniuE mill.-.- . trie-clai- Kidn y V.'ort cured inc. after 1 tra plrcn Up - to thirty year?.die by physicians and I b&i sun-tro- d Alain r. Ubrtdzo il.Mcol.il, West j Are you Eheumatism racked? TvfdnT-Wo- lit." J 1T, 5 i weralytarstni'in - Ladies, aro you suffering? trouble cured me of rt ltt, of rcenllr Many friends uu md pralso ilrE.lLLninoreaul,IiJoL4iIctU,l.t. DAi.To.jis-,Apriir.iss2- .j Mr reterLarrler has been a resident of this town forthewwt w:erteen Man.iinil in nnr nii,n r flftt-en-, years he has been a p od and ar.4 In til respected citizen, tlee town and of the It nas nan some enronic cisease to our Knot; :edrc ! r tcoetof the time, but now claims to be.ardls.lnap- good parent health. CnAS.0.1lBOfty.Prcs. Mass T you would Banish Disease and gain Health, Take $i hwj.'. wjxs azaszsrszz -- i off-han- d A 1 i n -- fire-bo- x stop-ove- r, -- all purposes as California redwood. It it may be used green just as its comes from the mill; it does not waqi in drying nor shrink or swell by exposure to the weather; It JLmrns slowly and when on fire is easily extinguished, because the wood contains no resin. It is brittle and breaks oft squarely, so that in case of fire the firemen have no difficulty in cutting their way from house to house, and it does not rot at tho ground like most other woods, which havo stood or and fence-posthirty years aie as sound as when they were planted. The "redwood grows only in California. San Fsan-cisc- o is easily worked; ts to-da- altos'. Dr. Ktnntdv Dtar J- rieud Thinlrtnir roti like to hear n pain from an old patient, I am going to wiltcjou. It lanovr3U)ycarsMBce first 1 went to see you. As I told you t hen I was troubled with Kidney l)leae for about Oil years, and had (7) of tho best doctors lo be found. But I received only temp porary relief until I vlted von and rHnmence' your FAA'UHIT If KM EI) V. I continue UKlnp the Remedy according to your directions and consider mj self a well man- - cry gratefully yours. 9. I3M. mic-T- it tafc-la'V D .June Thb Blood Cleanser. HEH Tj jy .Discuses, at prcc-tandcu-c m ;e. "Sltln nw rs fs THE o rccu- - Oar letter of April 27. 1882. holds good so far as Mr. Lanier's testimony Is concerned regardtafr his health. Chas. O. Bbows. Fetes Lawlxs. a wnlte. soft and beau if..! Complexion, u ail s- - June 9. 1831. IT 1. A If tr Ufw ren-weuui-d- One cake will be sent on S iM by Druftgists of 2.1 cent to .my address. WM. DLLVD-lPPhL- . Manufacturer. 506 North Pa. Front Street. st e i mlcal Laundry Sosp for Brej-jpaTidmo1 ! rli.o. Woolens and w.h mcesruei-Uij tomaf Ic Mum Sulphur Soap. receipt CITRE AIX, but as a tonic y pendent en Impure or impoverished blood, Specific Is viihout a rliaL aid health aaaforliioodandSlt'nDtfease. am'tr r. e fcwlf.'s Chronicle. eight-tenth- heart-broke- n superseded by more humane rules in manv of our lending business housos. Lydla . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is highly praised by thoso who havo not yot been freed from tho old necessity for constant Btanding; and is 0 genuine blossing in every such case, as well as to tho tired-ou- t housekeeper who must bo on her feet all flay. A womas of Greenwood, Me., in reported to be cutting her fourth sot of teeth. Why, what's the mnttor? Don't thoy fit? Free J'rcss. Bw-fingt- dry and fancy goods stores to stand nil day long without! rost or relief is being TnE old custom requiring saleswomen In "My baby sis months old broke out with some klru' being tteati'd fivo m.ntl;s L. ofsldnhumur. Mid at my family physician, wis :H n up to die The druR gist recommended Swift's p. uflc, and the resultw as (rratifyinst as it was tntrsi ulous My child oon trnt welt, all traces of toed sease in cone, and he Is as fa as a pic." J. J- - Kl RKLAND. Minder. Ruslc County, Texas. Our Treatise on Blood and SVln Diseases mailed f rer to applicants. THE SWIFT SPECiriO CO., Drawers. Atlanta. Ga. X. T. Office, 159 W. 3d St.. between lh and? Ares. : rhl'adclphta Offlre. 1JU5 Ch stnut St, 'ling FCT&TO DIGGER Eavlscos:ycrly. orafc. to cTiry aLUec-.O- isim'-r-. SENT ON 60 Days' filfc, jj 6 la Si U n5nDQ"EWLA"w','0ffleerVInreTn t rommlficlonx lleertei-rtl& fcOX, .1 y " jm Hundred iijiLOjauayj riri runs uuar TIP-S- 19yenr; oudlncreate. ed;lcnfonsfee. W rite for experienceand laws. circular succew.o-4.nA. yt. SctJOKMICK. Cincinnati, Ohio. DOUBLE Barrel t i rf'V-- j . w tJSrt TPtiA r -- -- beerf-amon- ' Xor 1 -- foot-boar- emo-tio- u, Dairymen often wonder bow their mora favored competitors get such high prices their butter tho year round. It is bv d always having a uniform article. "To put tho "gilt edge" on, when the pastures do not do it, they use Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Improved Butter Ccl-oEvery butter makr can do the same. Bold everywhere and warranted as harmless a 6alt, fmd perfect in operation. gilt-edge- nich Triced Hotter. - C.E. Ovcrbaush & Co. Kehoundliii! Locks GUNS.SI5, Landers, SendforortcelUt Pistol Grip, with outtil Breeei Illustrated Catnlouo, in Six Brilliant Colon, that cost U9 $2000 to publish. Monarch Manufacturing Co., ch?caco,?& Moles. nsnt .91 n. UDDT .1.M.IU HAIR. JxAJn; Broadway. New YorS Wholesale and retail. Send for price-lisWIjjs made to order. Goods ent C O. I t. cumrrte'e Lruptl ana and Y B. BURMLVM. ? State Street, Chicago. Wans Free ties. Moth Patches, j the race. Hands Ianf itlji rrAtreatment by I)r. , aIh John II. IVondUury, K. Pearl 3 , a'. i iena vk lorDooc --d SUPERFLUOUS at r. fact that met of fie It is a Tf Horse and Cattle Powdersold In this eom-tr- y worthless; that Sheridan's CondiIs tion Powder Is absolutely pure and rerv valuable. Nothinc on Iiirth will t..-..i- .. Now let somebody tnblisbed success. during wtrm introduce weather, and his fortune is made. Boton Jrunscrtpt. Animals are not allowed in sleeping cars, but why do the company drafv tufl lino at this point? If thev included iasecfcJ it would please patrons better. 5 : sleigh-riding Skating in summer seems to ho nn -- mnkp hen lav like Sheridan's Condition Vowuer. itmr. one teaspount.il AUIfVCEVI OrSVi-Ciri- .. ETOA nriaLEvCiV euro to eacn pint ol loon, it win also prevent "OS Wioiera. Ac. sold eenrwnere, or sent i man tor 25 cents in stamps. Also furnished In Ursa cans, for breeders' use. price JI.00; by man, J1.20. Circulars scat FREE. I. S. JOIUiSOK & OK Boston, Mais. CUrS ( ani !, CUT THIS OUT AK3 SSND V7ITH YOTJS OSDEB. into-vle- el question. Loicell Courier. ball in London the other day as a champagne bottle cork and all complete, i'erhaps it was to induce some one to "pop" ths fancy-dre- A lady went to a . rcviP9'' rwv".au.vo::. vHa V oiOFOB x o! 3S&Sg SALE BY V?$Tra?22 sqj -- c x'Q,sQ0',ytf? z; 0). " ;.. ze.yof'-uJ.4- f -. 7 .J?i-- seven-shoot- er Bous-singau- lt. Behind the bars Tho singer that doesn't keep up with tha accompanist. Life. - e two-third- - to a friend as they were listening to the performance of a poor tenor. Philadelphia CalU Ik carbolic acid doesn't suit you as a dis infectant, then of mercury. St. Louis Critic "Murder on the high seas," said JoneJ y&st'j ?. ""S. ;.- JirJL5r .? JsnSftoO-Vc- c -. u,y,-ty-i 1 n PI 4 Tf,., lieflerai Diures auu nun .-- " ,,. , j.w:--: S;-- j1 1 &2ttlZGXm?. "i."- v J ?&r? ycZ-r.-'o,-r a 1 ocjr 'v. han It, send order direct. exceedingly Vsluabl live Doctor Book accompanies Bottle ''rCsSS :vsasii -1 f?J fn? STARSAaO PSICE ,Vj 8 1. CO. I oV0oV-lS-- V 1 tZlxlM.rfV,Y' "YCT i.ose!rtrV e."o - .( 1 - e eve-lashe- s, ,. s A iew York photographer alleges that women now wear false false and an artificial neck and throat. He is evidently a eye-brow- s, National Live Stock Remedy Co., m SBBbK 175 dearborn street, v ." ju" -a -- &'e& n" r Jtil . fcft&E& r X I yr. CHICAGO, fals-ifie- r. m l Tue mildest mannered men in the world show their teeth to the dentist, sfliBiJrEM BBBBBBBBBriiBBBBBBBHlflBSsflkBSBBBBBBBflBBK F sB & 9L w fl B Eaf'lg?ia4la'iffl W good-nigh- t; g - . '?? ft!nThf.u!rni,,";ledS 'en," fes?iss soThnnrbutff11, "v "r'v v;as,4r I j c JH TXT TTKCJzlm cEsthkticism is nothing new to the goat Mlthrd. 1873: Incomoraled. wn 1S0. For the Cure of Cancers. From the earliest history he is known to Tnrann, Ulcers, Hrlttinnt flirt Scrofiiln have been just so awfully all butt. Yonkat tp and little rain. For ers Gazette. fliJ'kWteorLossorBLOoo. EDUCATIONAL. s 10v' "bctlam asd srrzBzxczs, address 4 K. F. - POXD, Aurora. Kana Co.. 111. All. have got to do is to plant the 17X105 COLLFOE OPTilW, Chicso. in. IM cabbage, and Nature will come along after FaUTenn win begin September. Ifcrclnwiar, a little while and put a head on it. "the best is THE CHEAPEST." H. BOOTH. Chlcajro, IU. addreas IndncemenU to Yauag Men to Lean C DTP! SI Flies must bo expert in mathematics, Or bUINU Tele?raphy. Send for terms. Comraer judging from the way they multiply. dal and It- - R. Telegraph College, Ann Arbor, Mica, VmdJ "eetloMand ourpotesj Write for rree ranrohlet Prices to The Anlanaaci Taylor Oft.. lUnsfield, Ohla TELEORAPHY, or SH0RT.HAHD ani is dyer necessity that makes a foolish Itman chango LUIUrl HIKE. Bftoatioas old the color of his beard. Address VJLLxsTuixIiBOS.,JaseaTUle,'VVisv AIMTPn Iladles and Gentlemen In iV. 0. Picayune. a itr or t.t.llrrht bW Homes. A3 Inin as X.v A. N. K.-- E. work at their turn 993" WIM easily made. Work sent by mail No canrass-"SWren was Mrs. Noah like a county in W hTe good demand for onr work, and WHTKJT WHITrXO T ADTKRTISKaM New Hampshire? When she was rocking inrnish steady employment. Address with tsstvorsV stamp Cow M'n. Co., nnm. HZ amy yost saw Bac Su, Oa'tl.O. T"W XTYPE-WRITIK- O d. Best Cough byru p. Taatencood. use in time. HoiaDrarncdsta. CSEES WHEM AIL ELSE FAIIS. - w T. ls LaW '. x AS 1 . "' . i .u. i .- - ". ranrr jim iiimniM ?rfl" Tsn;i: Jl-J- J Sfa. r .?) i( Tf Jrfi. ;sse a -- 4 fw rn. .i .... s 1 ,, t & ,...., LOCAL NEWS. Advertise 5'onr business. "Work hi abundance here. The Ohio notn miners are tiuioting down. Senator Anthony of Rhode island, died, Tuesday. Butler is making an active canvasB on the stump. Judge Thomas IT. nines, is now Chief Justice of Kentucky. ?fw CSoodM! yw uooilnl! We have now receded our Fall and Winter stock of Boys and MenB Clothing, the Try best, the very cheapest, and the very Eheftwe erer offered in Hickman, and at prices fat below the usual figures for anch fcoods. J. AMBEna'a Sons. tion. will attend the Louisville Exposi- Neither Cleveland or Blaino itvirtt . ll111 " iui.i iii mi hi f A difliculty occurred bctwoo,. THE KING MURDERERS. Ben Jolly and AVill Wilburn on tho ono side, and John Cooper Hie colored, on tho other, Saturday Detective? Place rUon. Crime on Tureo night. Several witnesses sworn that Cooper used abusive lan- Or. Tliomai Coopor Arrested guage, and fired three shots at as One o Thcini. Jolly before Jolly fired; and other For some months past indefinite witnesses sworo that Wilburn rumors havo prevailed to tho efstruck Cooper With a clnb and that simultaneously therewith Jol. fect that detectives woro close on ly opened firo on Cooper, and that to tho capture of the murderors Cooper did not firo a shot and did of old man Hillsman King and E. not have a pistol or" any weapon wife, who wero fiendishly murderua nau. in ed at their home, near Hickman, it. mu nun. x. juij taauj mm iuimiiuu a verdict, in November of last year, and these rumors culminated on Tuos in each case of "not guilty." dny last by the arrest of Dr. Thorn A Startling niBCdvcry. as Coopor, (a horse doctor) chargMr. Vr'm. Johnson, of Huron, ed with being one of tho murderthas his wife had been troubled wii" ers or accessory to tho murders. rcute Bronchitis for Inany years, and tha1 Cooper was arrested at Fulton all remedies tried Rave no permanent re Tuesday evening, and brought to lief, until he procured a bottle of Br. Kinf Hickman Wednesday, beforo New Discovery for Consumption, . . - -- i in imwi n 'nf ) ii i.ni ,mi .ii ii, ,i , hi i r ,, iv nnmiinrnTini iiit'ii I GEAND Kta ga Wk, A. BURLWGAME, PR A sSlFM 4 !3feUlC &vb e&He& I Clean Sweep am !! mm r. j mvz la ra rais nz A Sweeping Reduction in Prices ! h J GTI CA L Dak'-Rritc- ? J the J. T. Wilson, Sheriff of Graves mitted to pleadscounty jail. general throughout the State, and Cooper not guilt v, and ascounty, deserves tho medal. The in many places corn and tobacco Board of Equalisation raised the serts his ability to prove'his Wc are actually slaughtering Suits of seasonable goods, can be had alare suffering greatly GENTS BOTS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING, a fair trial. From what assessment in his county more most at purchaser's oicn price. "Yta can nave 25 per oent in price, and wc can hoar tho evidence against at a greatly reduced price. Can't bo touched anywhere at otir prices. "We are determined to make a 0 per cant in quality by buying FURNI- - than $275,000 and delayed the col- him is circumstantial, but if truo lection of taxes for more than a frUKE at A few more Gents white Vests to offer at less than wholesalo price. month and a half, notwithstand- in all tho dotails that rumor circu E.T. GARDNER'S. Gents Gloves, Ties. &c., greatly reduced in price. lates it brings up a situation i Straw Hats reduced from 75c to 25c. Diphtheria is provaUiner to ing which ho paid into the treas- neeJs clear explanation, but that the ury a check covering nearTo save expenso and trouble of moving our extensive Etock of good. in 1'nducah, that such an extent will understand that that ono-thlr- d of the entiro revenue reader is of our entire stock, and nothing will bo epared from tho gCHWal butch-cr- y. wk must bell, A5JWIL1j BELT., at prices that defy all competition. It Tublic schools liavo adjourn- ly Winch the hero reported as to Coopduo from him for the current year. ers Doivt take our words for it but come and see for yourselves, und you have only one d6ilar,8 worth of goods to buy it will pay you to como ed for tweuveekst. .,--connection with tho crime is This is tho first money received only secure some choice bargains before it is too late. and see us. Look to your own interefct and buy your goods of us. Upo DENTAL SCOTCH SNUFF, or from given as rumor, and that no tho Sheriffs on this yearl sworn SUPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tho beat in XiESZAITUZlB, & evidence has vet becu i revenue. Sir. Wilson also inadoft brought the market, out, settlement in full with the Audi-- ' idavit upon further than tho affFUQUA & DEBOW. LEADEKSIN LATE STYLES, AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. which tho warrant was tor last year at least a mouth in Wholesale Agents. issued. Tho dotectives alledge that Mi E. A. Burlingame, an ex- advance of auy other Sheriff. three men, known to them, were Courior-Journnport watchmaker aud jeweler, has the murderers, that Cooper entered into an arrangement with ono located in Hickman, and can be An Kim! to Dono Scrnplllff. found at Fortune's drug store. Edward Shepherd, of HarrMiunr. 11 of tho othor suspected parties to Two Dcntlm In Hic rniuily. Try "Dr. Haas' Hor Itemedr." The pays.- - "Havinp received so much benefit i meet him in Hickman, and did lit preventive by,in the market for Hog let suffering humanity know it. liavo had meet him hero on tho dnv lmfWn From Fulton TultouUn J the Low Wfio Chelera. Sold the murders aro supposed to have The icy fingers of death havo W. COWGILL a running sore on my leg for eight years; been J. committed; that tho day be- laid their hold upon tho family my doctors told me I Would have - KOX have The United States Engineers the bone scraped orlegamputated. to Used, fore tho murders ho boasted to a of Esq. J. G. Fields and in the I 4fl MB inet nt Memphis August 20th, to instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters lady in Hickman that he had plen- short period of four days has robdecido at what points on the Miss- and wven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ty of money or know where in a bed that homo of two of its youngdays time ho could place his hand est members. issippi it was best to spend tho ap- and my leg is now sound and well." Last Thursday Electrio Hitters arc sold at fifty cents a ou Jih-- t received, a flive ttVxtlon A propriation. plcuty and that it would mako Frank, tho youngest son, age 2i, bottle, and IluclrW Arnica Salve at 25i him as rich as old man King; that died of neuralgia of the stomach, In tho cyclone Friday last? per box at Fortune's Drug Store. ho stayed tho next night in tho after a lingering illness of sovoral announce to our friends and tho public generally, that wo haro jua received tho transfer tug at Henderson A number of Hickman young King neighborhood leaving tho weeks. Tho remains wero interimraenw stock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the tfado of partlei wishwas sunk, and 13 lives lost. Con nt the burying ing to bur. We can show all etylea of Furniture in plain end fancy, AUo, a fine line siderable damage resulted at blisses left this and last week to next morning very early, (tho red Friday. family Monday ground of ALSO THE Ou Nannie, attend school abroad: Misbcs morning tho murders were sup on Evansvillo and othor points. Mollio Baltzcr, Mattic Taylor, posed to bo committed,) and that tho eighteen year old daughter, CwrpetsI Cnrpctn!! Georgio Lanier, and Mena about S o'clock tho same morning was taken with a conjestivo chill AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. Wo hav now a large and new stock of arc at Dr. Price's school, ho was seen, inquiring tho way to and expired in a fow moments. Tarpeta, auch as Hemp, Super Ingrain, Twt New Goods of all cradca in my line. Call and Examine. Pmces Low. Will not b Union City and was very much exPly Ingtain All Wool Ingrain, All Wool Nashville: Miss May Underwood' llntlor In SlcIilRnn. You tho suit the at Ward's Seminary, Nashville; cited, that about D o'clock he stop Grand RAriDs, Mien., Sopt. underioUl r also hire the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOOD3 ever brought to We propope to mate our prices to look for spirit ofgoods. timed. propose can twK tamnA 3 Ply, Tapestry, Brussclla, and a variety of N. B. cheaper We to tell aa fa as you need never leave our house to Bug, Mats, and Oil Cloths. Theso tjoodi Miss Nannie Warren, at St. Cecil- ped at a farm house to get break- 2. Gen. Butler arrivod horo this Hickman. Customers iKlitely wrel on fdiort notice. any rotall Furniture itore in the "I'nrcba-e- . low and will be wld ac ia, near Nashville: and Miss Mol- fast, representing that ho was just were all bought I FEAR NO COMl'EriTION. AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR Very rcpecliully, cordingly. lio Thomas, at Clinton College. from Columbus, claiming to bo a morning, accompanied by N. H. BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. Ames. J. AltfiEItG'g Son. Don't forget the place, on the opposite corner from Plaut Uro'a. & Co., under the Nev T. P. WILBURN & CO, Tho CoUKiEi: wishes theso young Dr. Cooper who lives near Mt. Plympton and Ho was mot at tho depot by a pro- vli i HALL Go me a call before buyiug elsewhere. Tho Hickman Public school, Misses a happy and beneficial Olive, and was so much excitod cession in carriages. Threo or lSFS.ore rooms lr new Odd" Fc11oWb building. S?Yoit can depend upon finding any thing in my houee- that ia kept in & firs; class that he ate scarcely any breakfast; four Caldwell's High school, and 3Irs. course. ffifAll kindx of Repairing dona on ohort notice, and In a WorkbinQililp styW. Alio people at the hotel r UlLMTUKE blUKK hundred that ho went from there to Jordan waited his Uahony's private school, opened, ire are prepared to give special inducements as arrhal. An hour or Bnclilcn'rt Arnica Srvc. Station, (not Union City,) and there Monday, each with fiattoriug atIn the world for Cats, took tho train, and that on the moro of tho forenoon was devoted TnKBnsTSAi.vE tendance. to an informal reception. Gen. Bruiw-iSores.Ulcers, Salt llheum, Fever train ho got several gold pieces Butler speaks horo this afternoon JL Free Delivery. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain, Mr. J. XT. Roger's delivery waeon runs Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- changed into bills; that ho Is and at Muskegon this evening. daily, delivering good, in any quantity, to tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It known not to be a moneyed man any part of the city, free Leave orders at h guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, and that afterwards ho claimed to The Tlldcii or money refunded. tore, or with drivor. Price 25 cents pet havo considerable monoy,and that iff Kkw York, Sept. 2. Tho com- Wf box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. J. XT. ROGERS. ho had made a good trade down mittee appointed to present ffi atnickmamby which ho got seveThe Fulton Circuit Court adS resothe Chicago Hon. Em. Etheridge, it is said, ral hundred dollars, and that for lutions will meet Convention to dejourned Saturday. It v,as short session, but accomplished consid- will mako tho mco for Congress somo nights after the murders cido upon tho method of officially where he would stay all night, ho informing Tilden n erable business. The grand jury in this district as the HOUSE HAS BEEN' RECENTLY ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED of the convenroturncd fifty odd indictments. candi tfould attract tho attention of his tion's action. It is probable that, THIS thoroughly renovated. Convcncnt to river and railroad, and attentlre date. Ethoridjrc of lute years liasToato tho day and night that lin in compliauco with Tildon's wish, wutoh kopt and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this aection. IX. JE. TUItarjEK, JProprJeior. Our stock" is cbittplete in till lines, add wo will selLvery-closc.aii- y Dcen considered a political crank, 1id stay with him and askpartictt- - they will be sent by mail. ss dental work but withal Parlies wishing Good3 bought of us holds his own as ono of iy to bear the day and time m his at tho lowest prices, will do well to call it mind, so that if any murders wero my office. 1 will leave Hickman Oct. 1st, the most brilliant orators and Tho is greatly public speakers of tho committed or anj'thing happened, W- - A. Heksox. 1684. enraged over tho invitation that Unitod States. Union City An- ho could provo his whereabouts, has been given Rev. Dr. Sheldrake, of the . chor. Frank James to and at ono place said if old man BOOTS, attend tho Moborly fair. It rechurch, will commence a series MANUFACTURERS OP King was killed they could know Baptist church gards tho invitation ono of the of meetings at the John Nichols "tho very best where HATS, CAPS, was; in this city, on tho second Sunday of barbers," and a favorite with places ho wns and that at these most atrocious crimes in tho he restless and walked State's history. of this month. many customers, has bought the the floor tho greater part of tho The Cooper examining trial is barbershop of J. R. Brown, and "ight; and in the calaboose at Miss Frances E. Willard, who at tho Court house, will continue the business at the Uuion City, he was talking all tho is stumping Maine in behalf of proset for a ft at 1 o'clock before Judge Mnrroll. old stand, where ho solicits a share while about "they" being after hibition, says the prohibition be of public patronage. Good shaves, him. This is about tho way the amendments to bo voted on SepTho chances aro that it will continued until Saturday or Mon promptness, courtesy, politoncss, rumors run, but what tho ovi tember S, will receive a majority &c, guaranteed. dence may bo on the trial of course of 50,000, day. SASH, isnot known. It may establish Sheriff Johnson left Thurs That German speoch which Carl There aro currents of ill fool- tho innocence of Coopor. &c. day for Frankfort, in chargo of ing prevailing in localities in FulSchurz is coming to Ohio to make In regard Peter Hurt, sentenced to 4 years ton county which cause apprehen- said to be to tho two who are against Blaino is eight columue tho ones who did tho long, with in tho penitentiary. Hurt was con- sions that serious trouble perbut fow intermissions, We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before porjury in haps bloodshed may result nnj-da- killing, (Cooper standing watch whoro Carl pausco to wipe his victed of the charge of purchasing elsewhere. while they did tho brutal work,) tho Woodall case The surest remedy against we hear that tho dotoctives know spocs. Kola Flaut'a low priee trouble is for all hands to quit their whereabouts, and are perTho Democrats of Maino aro Tho Obion county Democrats talking. If you have nothing to fectly certain of capturing them making a still hunt, Meanwhile nominated T. J. Bonner, of Rives, do with it then liavo nothing to sooner or later. Tho name of ono tho Republicans aro in a wrangle of them is known to tho Courier, about somo of their nominees for for tho Legislature, Monday ; and say about it. but from prudential reasons it is Congress. gavo solid instructions for Pierce A negro man confined in the not hero riven. for Congress, and McDowell for The Independent Renublican county jail at Wickliffe Ballard "Dr.) Coopor, as ho is called, tho'Stato Senate. movement In Massachusetts is as comity, for mnlicious shooting, lived at Hickman somo years ago, DENTAL SCOTCfl SNUJbF will pre Saturday night attempted to murand had no other avocation that suming formidable proportions. sort the teeth, der Jailor Billington. Ho assault- we know of other than that of a "Gath" says that about ninety FUQUA & DEBOW, xx ed the Jailer with a razor and cut horso doctor, and at the timo of per cent, of the Xow York city Wholesale Agent3. him badly, inflicting half a dozen tho murders was living at Union Germau vote is for Clovoland. Capt. A. M. C. Simmons, for- wounds tin his arms, sido and in Oity, and at present, wo boliovo, The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of The Virginia Straightont Republives at Fulton, this county. Ho merly of this place, but late of the groins. mm m is now charged with a terrible licans refuso to compromise with Kenton, Obion county, Tenn., died the Mahoneitcs. The ladies Mito Society of tho crime, and it is but fair, rieht and nt his homo on the loth of Aucs The Independent Republicans gust. The deceased leaves awifo Baptist church have presented jnst, that tho public mind ehould and children, and many warm their congregation with anew bell. not oo made up against him until of Massachusetts aro confidont Aim Tho bell cost 8150.00, and is de- tho evidence for and against is that Cleveland will carry that PATENT frionds to mourn his departure. Has a splendid stock of the very beat makes of all kinds of Hardware, cidedly- tho loudest and best ton- heard in a competent court, and State. The court house at Clintou is ed bell in Hickman. All honor to tho judgment of tho court obeyed. Atkifii) tottii which are offered at V - MiURBKH progressing rapidly. There are the Baptist ladies. We again repeat that tho reports 81.60 Cheaper thnn three stories j offices on first floor, MEDIUMS! tHHES HHttriv feuiWl hero given aro but rumors, and 011iTr Chilled Plows, Xo. Anyone. 20 with ono court room on second floor, hall may or may not be true. MfKfk Tho oxtra point, 59.50. OlliTer Chilled l'lows Hflfrw VJK!A Hpv Hk t I on third floor. Tho house will bo sulted in"Vermont elections reNo. IB, with ono extra point, S9.00, at ttBUal Republican tho larger than tho Custom house at victory. On tho 8th Maine fires Tho news from Wisconsin is MUSE & SHAW'S. AfcrB tA.3srxy Paducah. her gun, which of course will ho very gloomy for tho Ropublicansi and that the very lowest tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Tho Knights of Honor have for Blaino. West Virginia and Appeals for money aro already Hotel For Sent. beginning to be received from the be exactly as represented. TUlliWJfflHB 117 lodges in Kentucky, and a to- Ohio speak out in October, and State. Tho same combination that FIno Opening for Anotbor Hotel something. tal membership of 7,000. Ken- they indicate In tlio Tom n. threatens the Republicans in Kantucky Knights have paid in $Gl,-00- 0 &C) &C. &Ot lcction Indictments &C, &C) &c sas and Illinois, is still moro dan- Fluttering ProHpectH to MiiUo It I'ny. and drawn out death benefits Fulton Fnltoni&n.l gerously threatening in Wisconamounting to $00,000 during tho Wo bad hoped that tho feeling sin Tho German vote is report"Wo havo jtiBt completed oUr now brick Ring night bell hftcr 10 b'cld last six months. &PreecripUoB filled at any hour, day that existed among our people last ed to bo almoBt solidly Hotel, located in central part of town, conv. Tho "boss" rattlesnake was Tay, ovor tho election for Mayor and tho Prohibitionists venient to river and railroad, and wo don't hesitate to Bay, in our judgment, in proper killed bjr Billy Roach, last Sunday, of our city, had, beforo this, been claim 20,000. The best roof for the least money; Experienced Workmen etaploye d. hands the business would prove quite profi- The attention of builders especially desired nt Snapnock bridge Tho snako numbered with tho things that as this house will give spe- new business house ver measured four feet in length, had were ; but it seems that a few of Tho letter of Mr. Clovoland does table. Also, a nicesuitable for any buaineai, cial inuiicements. Correspondence solicited. BOYS. desirably looated, CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS five rattles and four buttons, and Mr. Loet's frionds are disposed to particular? apply to not BUit tho Republicans. It has to rent. For further kmi OTHER. B. BREVAKD K. was very poor; no tolling how bring the matter beforo the peoPOWELL o Ky. largo he would have boon had ho ple again. This time an entirely no vulnerable points and his IIickmak, THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN is too plain and straightforAug. 22;tf. been fat. personal affair. At tho recent ward to bo tortured into anything MOlSft-A-"s- '' Miss Rosa McGchee. daugh- - session of tho grand jury indict- elso than what it means on its face. v.r.M For Sale. tor of our worthy count; j mini, w ments wero returned against some Gov. Cleveland's private secit AND CONTINUE NiNE MONTHS. B. McGoheo, died, Sunday, of of our best citizons for illegal votChCnp! Cbonpcr!! ChcnneoUii says ho would not bo suramia- ing. We aro truly sorry that this retary consumption. She was an InBlructlon, the heretofore, IhebeSl of prised if 2Tow York gavo Clovo tj r.fr& of Sludy includes, iskalin, Greek, German,primary Music, Elocution usual Vocal and ble, swcot tempered, christian was resorted to. It has opened land 100,000 majority; 10,000 ReEogllAi MaihemaUci, The cnliro flouring Mill Machinery, Btudieft in young lady, and merited tho lovo an old wound ; and whilo it will bo to what is khown as tho Whi'c aro expected to vote for r boys fot business, for cdlfcgo, and leV'oled to the preparation EspebUl attest1. is and respect of all who woro ac- unpleasant, no one can find fault publicans Mill in West Hickman. This outfit can be with tho other side for returning him. had at a great bargain. quainted with her. & conultaiion of parent before the brenihg of school is fcspflcli fVo'rrcfindeBce DEALER 3 - tho favor. Tho good people of Republicans ostiraate that in Also firat class breaking Sulky PIowh at rniiw .nliVUed. AU(irei The JSTewbnrn Enquirer has both parties owo it to tho town gpito of the Democratic-Greenbac00; first class hoe Wheat Drills, with $30 B; O. OAlliftVELL, . land measure, seed sower attachment, &o., indefinitely discontinued its publi- and thomselvcs to check this unliickmati, Ky: in Michigan tho Republi- for $50.00. One Horett Wheat Drills, suitafusion Aug. 8, 1834: cation, leaving tho old roliablo pleasant affair tlio sooner the cans will carry tho Stato for Blaino ble for drilling in corn, DBHG8. MEDICINES, TAINTS AND $25.00; a new Dyorsburg Gazette tho only pa- better. We aro happy to know by not less than 25,000. Dray and Harness for pale cheap. Many in Dyer county. Pa- that this last movo has but few, per published other useful farm implements too tedio'H Tho 3cw York Commercial Ad- to mcntion at less than bottom prlcjs pers may come, and papors may yoa, very fow, supporters. go, bnt the Stato Gazette lives on vertiser has deserted the Plumed Those wanting bargains will do well to call HSUC -A 3c Owing to Blaine's prohibition Knight and taken up tho cudgel and see Us. forever, because it has the solid Respectfully, TO THE merit to deserve and hold the con- principles, German Republicans for Butler. A jump from tho fryPO WELL &BH OTHER. JOT PRESCRIPTIONS pan into th e fire, as it were. COMPOUNDED! fidence of tho people. aro doscrtinghim by thousands. ing .i nri if CARhFJLJ inno-cencoup- Big Democratic barbecue at Troy, on the 30th, Gov. Bate and Other speakers will bo present. The rains last week wono not and Colds, which hail a magical effect, an l Judgo Murroll, for an examining produced a permanent cure. It ia guaran- trial, but it being alleged that tho teed to cure all Diseases ol Throat, Lunc wain witnesses for the Common u uruuuuufti iuuc. wealth wero absent, the caso was Trial Bottle Free at Fortune's Dr US coutiuued to Friday, tho 5th iust., Store. Large Size $1.00. at 1 p. ni) and tho accused com- Cough, tx FOETUS'S DEIS l Best Calicoes reduced from 7c to oc per van!. Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 12c to 8c yard. A reduction of 2c in the yard of the beet Bleached Domestic. eiling, m black aud coloru, (double width,) reduced All wool Nuns The prices at which we will sell these Goods will make them mov from 05c to 16c per yard. rapidly, and parties desirous of securing feome of these Bargains should A big reduction in the prices of all summer Dress Goods. call early to avoid being disappointed. Fans and Parasol to sell at actual cost. Full Organda Lawns, reduced from 15c to 5c per yard. A big bargain in Ladies Neckwear. and as the Jftdl season is rapidly approaching, these Good vnufl be sold, to make room for our j I. lrom una uate till the 1st of September, we will sell tho remainder of our oj o " summer Stock regardless of its value. elmveonhand,at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, - iW GOODS. rr e T m x sir q s s:ToicLA.a5r, ?T. All work warranted. hA- to-da- y CLEAM SWEEP , j r MA2WELL. PLAUT BROS. Made & CO. l. " ll Mere Prices? BABY BUGGIES. WB Furniture ! r !& Diea-telbrin- k, - Respectfully, G-sn , OtjlLXPO3S3I:1., SEHUCSY. Contractors and Builders of Houses. Til-do- n m Mi w J k Is fl M BOUSE HICKMAN, BARGAINS Prohibition-Iudependent-Rcpublica- 2-- a. first-cla- fas-ciuatin- g Globe-Democr- at C-P- HEETWSCK, BALTZEE, n to-da- m 8SL & CO. DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAINS, wfi AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, y. Hickman, 2entuckya J. AMBERS &:Axm SONS. BXdE! J. W. COWGILL, 2-- sir,&im, HKilCJ Trusses IU TT1 H IHS. PAisnrB anti-Republica- n, litfG. pD lan-gnag- -- THE OLD RELIABLE JHA. A. HOLCOMltfi. -- SPEMBB5ll i; 1884: k ciaac nr. DM f BRING YOUR JOB WORH 1 4 Zi i' i K m v . -- -. - .Vf nq. - iSLHwaKsawwsiBafftfcT:- iKszzu&gj&zsxg!&m &5k ,'T!?awrt5sassarEaw'fcCn? J&Zty&-trL- . WSs3?wSfS . . 3' vur &&& jmmmzm W3SS2--- -: &tzil-iSe- '& 'MM "-yi" in. riiiii 0 fil ..- -- n Tky A- - .:. . -- WBWJfc-- ' i ie gw u ijm- -. Jaw-"-'- u"i J L.ut.1 uiajjgji ijiji uijiW'MMkijfiL"tJW w a.lJMJunBgEai'Liw'LPjlglHI!; tjr u. ifciji a. && Sp .t ,M M 1 1 a! J m UiW A EgSES3ES jjSSS J22)l SSsV "OS HH:---3S, CDS. Ea rir KfcaMMwMi Ejcsra'rsqi U I'ji2J I EI E issis&s Ll FI Pjr. T?ATt 4 $r? EaB3;BaiS5ft B3jl HOW 0IIII mno-m-finnf. have iust rnemvpfl mv Fall and Winter Stock ol New and - -- ;v CLOTHING, for Mmi.' Ymit.lis ""- - "Rnvc -rii',m nnri wJM. A , Renrlv.morln .; ipUiuwiitiuiL, """"i i m ibest iittmg ana the best made garments m Hickman. You can buy a sui of ..i.i cmoracmg all the new ana nobby styles, llie these elegantly fitting Clothes, from fcro to four dollars cheaper than any other house can offer them. Also, a splendid lino of OVERCOATS, made up in the late style, and of the best material, and at prices that will be bound to suit you. Call and sec them. :'r:, ti $.-- JTTCf - H. BTJCHA1TA2T, Wi w 1 - r3 AVliom tho Ooiornor RC1tcb. Klonliuu Sole1). RI0TS BEYOND CONTROL. H. A. &, E. T. Tyler, Vrota tho ArVniw TrTl!r.1 Tho labor party's candidate for '' B Ii i situation in Kan-abl- e President (Butler.) A gentleman who has business I enjoys an in- - Siuto Troops From all I'arl.sto interest to our readers to gaB ia wortljy of notice. It is corn-knowith the Governor of Arkausaw tUe bci'iio oi Action. como of $100,000 n year, and never what tho wnrkhismeu of nlicated to sav tho least of it. It enters tho State House and is met tho East aro thinking and doing, has always been looked upon as a did a day's manual labor in his Columbus, O., Aug. 31 Roports by tho negro porter. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Republican stronghold, but the life. and wo therefore givoplaco "I wish to see tho Governor." como from tho Hocking Valley indications now aro that it will Cleveland's majority in Kow that "Yes, ; Snako ITollow the following dispatch i'T" not give thp Republican national lork will not bo loss than 7,000, mdetho minors at tho guards at "Woll,6h business particular?" entrusted to their care. that's neither hero nor im attncl on dele- tickot tho NEWT0EK, Auff. && accustomod majority. and every of Offxe Millet Block. gation of wortfngHttin called, on In fact it is a question whether except Tom member wdl Tammany 2 0ci0ck, this morning, and that there. I wish to sco him." i1" Grady jrota,fof one.of tho guards was killed and "In co'ec, salt I in co'se. Does a9i8-'- 78 tho National Democratic Commit- the Republicans will not lose tho him. two wounded. Another report is yor want tcr see him bad 1 Hoi' ESCKJJAH CQUBIEB. tee tins morning. It was com- Stato. West Virginia is all right. Stove ' that thero aro about 3,000 minors on, sab. Ef yer wants ter Thompson, Presiposed of J. A. i. Tho liquor question is the queshis 'minietnUion ho ain't dent of tho Car Drivers' Union; tion of tho hour there. It even Elkins can't raibo money enough in tho number who mado the at-t- o ICoav i.ost, How BcstoreU. buy the unpurchaseable Dcmoc-- j tack, they having como in from 'gaged, but ef yer wants ter got DEMOCRATIC TICKET. J. J. Cafanaugh, President of tho takes precedence of tho scandals Just poMUlieil, a new edition of Pr. CulTrwU" racy of "Little Switzerland." tho surrounding country. The or pardon fur er evil pusson, ho R. M. Abell, Engineers' Union; Cetebrated K.r un the radical nu of Srm that have been published about FUiroar, telegraph lines aro all cut, and the is. rtow, which la it, sah !" I3rass Workers' tho presidential candidates. The torrhoea or SMnlnnl iNeoJcnm, InvolanUry &&1 i President of the 'l" ?lS0 n&lLoMet, Impotent;, lloutM nd Plijilt Inc "03 I'ltKSinr.NT, ",0,, ,in "I havo como to tell him that who ro in tho vicinity aro A. Carsoy, l'residont, present governor, who is a Demo Union' A. paciljr, JnipedimvtiU to Marriage, etc. : alto. Con VA.vi ui iiio uilVi Alii. jjlw thus prevented trom Having com- the peoplo of the Bear Wallow auniption, Kpilt-pand FiU, Induced lj iclMndil ; GROVER CLEVELAND, and R. O. Eorrier, Secrotary of crat, was eiccteu on tuo nquor is- sues him. It. with the Governor bo district havo indorsod him for the Capita, S50sOOO.OO. gence, or texoi) extraragance.tbla admirable mtf, munication The celebrated author, in tho Independent Labor party. sue. Ue has again been nominad OF 2TEW YORK. clearly demonatrate from 6 tblrtj jeari'incevufcl Four negroes havo boon that thoy could call out the mili- Unitod States Senate." Thoy presented the following an- ted by tho Domocrats and tho fac practice, that tho alarming conqu6otea of "Den he'll bo mighty pleased for Congress by tho Missis- tia. Ono of tho hoppers was maj be radically eared; pointing oat a mod swer to a statement mado in Gen. tion called the Resubmissionists. FOK VICi: li'KiIXr.T, of rur at once simple, certain, and effectual, tij 1 1 burned during tho night, entailing tcr sec yer, sah. Walk right in. sippi Republicans. letter of acceptance: Butler's minus of eerj euro no matter whot Monty, Discounts Paper and The Resubmissionists aro those Twcnty-fiv- o cents would help do And Sells Exchange onLoans Point inIJuys condition which he, tunysufferer,hlnuelf cataply, priTilOS. A. HENDRICKS, KWe desiro to correct tho stateany tho vately and ruajr Tho Ohio DcmocraU aro conf- a loss of about who want tho question whether radically. cause. Thankee, sah." United States, Solicits Accounts of the OD"this lecture fbouH ha in the htndi of eiarf ment mado by Gen. Butler, that intoxicating liquor shall bo freely ident of carrying their Stuto for F1KING ON TIIE GUARDS. OF IXDIAXA. People Generally. Colled ionn and Prompt youth acdeTtrry nun in the laud. tho Democratic Convention at sold throughout tho Stato again Cleveland, but wo can cofljboilo aro firing on the The rioters fcrht U9uer eeal, In a plain envelope, to any Thnt llutlmnd ofTflne. Remittance at Current Rate of Exchange on receipt of four centi, or two oaUy to insert Chicago A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. BRIGHTENING PROSPERS. platform refused demand of in its submitted to the people. Thoy Ohio to tho Republicans andlthen guard at Sand Run and Long-street'- s Vrom the Nw York 3un etaops. Adilre-.i- l a single work- include all who are opposodtotho beat 'em. THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., mines and both places A woman rccontlj onterod a 4 2 1 Ann St.. Xew York, h'.Y.; ing men in a plank in the interest Prohibitionists, and aro numerous. Ist Offlce Bex. W4 Tho militia IJarlem lager beer saloon and re- havo called for help. Oc: :ocrata Rcomiasr A!! Alos: of labor. The Committee on ResRoscoo Conkling, in a lettor of tho proprietor: The Republicans and the Prohi- fusing an election as honorary at Lancaster and Xow Lexington llie L.tuc. olutions granted a hearing to bitionists stand together. has been ordered to bo in readi"Has my husband been in horoi" HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, It "I don't know him. Is he a tall For the first six vrcoka after threo committees of workingmen, would not bo at all surprising if member of tho Albany Plumed ness for marching ordors. Owing Eoctvma aid roawAuiita ono from the National Labor Par- tho Democrats should triumphant- Knights, says : HICKMAN, KY. to the cutting of tho wires particu- man?" Cleveland's nouiinatio:i all the ty, another from tho Federated "Yes" ly elect their Stato ticket, and "V. L. Nicholas, Secretory Noting ;yotir3 lars aro obtained with diiliculty. campaign boom seeincil to bo in Trades Unions and a third Conjnjission fyercfya o " Gov. Iloadley telegraphed tho should oven secure their electo- and thanking you for the offer of aa favor of tbo RepublicaiiG. Blame's of New York workingmen, ral ticket by a small majority. membership of tho political "Yes, and red complected," Sheriffs of Athens, Hocking and I11CKMAX, KY., referred to, must ask ywtoia "Fnll beard?" Perry Counties: "All means in leaders talked with confidence, and inserted in the platform every They certainly have a chance. DEALER IB me I am quite out of politic and don't rnnr nnntrol fclinnld hft ohmintfd by those bona "Yes." Keep always on hand, Freth claiming everything, and Demo- measure demanded of labor. t jsh in any way to be drawn into tlfe lido representatives Mcctlnp. Tho to suppress tho riotous proceed"Wears a slouch hat?" , Your obedient Hcrvsnt, crats seemed correspondingly apItalian and American Maeblb LIME, CEMENT, SAI T, PLA8TKK BCR. 'Wo also wish to correct tho Srclat to tha "Yes." ing and protect life and property ItoecoE Conkiiko. PLIES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOVER, &c athetic. The last two weeks the misstatement that Gov. Cleveland WA3ni'GTOX, Aug. 20. Tho "Ho was here, not five minutes before the aid of tho Stato is callcontributed ed for. Will make liberal adrancea on Citi MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Sam'l J. Tilden has whole thing lias changed, and the has failed to carry out tho pledges size and character of tho Irish- ago. Ho came in, drank a lemonCorn, &c, for sale or ahipnitn.1 ,n Tlninnnraiifcp'im. platform of 1S82. vuiuncau incuuiig in cw xorK ade, aud thou .walked down the Democrats now appear jubilant mado in tho THE KIOT BEYOND CONTROL. nich4 STONES. The opposite is tho case. Every last night astonished peoplo here, paign fund, and it is said that ho and hopeful all along the line, and measuro demanded by tho work- including many Democrats who lms nvnrnsKfid a wiilinmCSH to i On Gov. llondlv arriving at his street." 7 "Drank what?" in all the disputod States aro car- ingmen has been granted despito had allowed themselves to bo de- mako tho contribution SoOOM) if office at midnight ho received tho A VINO reocived a fine lot of Axner" "Lemonade" ican and Italian Marble. I am pre rying on a most intensely earnost tho active and earnest opposition ceived by the boasts of tho Blaino nficoRsarv to socuro Ciovoatud's t followm "Wrong man!" she said, shootTo Geo. Iloadly, Governor: All ing pared to fill all orders. Call and examine of tho Republican Legislature." managers as to tho disaffection of election. and confident fight. herself out of the door. ur rrork means 111 my powor are entirely I EEPS all kinds of staplt an fmj tho Irish voters. So far as the There is not tho least waver in Orders from tho country promptly The Republicans aro vcrj anx-Th- o exhausted to repress tho disorder How 1Ucx Do It. Tot Ills FniMt. great Democratic stronghold of ious about Maine iust nowi may 6 any of tho Southern States Reaud to protect life and property. Erom Texas Sifting j The Xow York Evening Post Tew York is concerned, at least, comes oiT thpro in Tho strikers aro cutting all tho John Lestwick is an Austin citipublicans not protending to claim (Republican) publishes the follow- fresh courage is taken, and a great- Stato election a few days. They aro obliged to tolegraph wiros. I am worn out. zen of a convivial turn of mind-No- t and Conrtctioneries. Will be plotted M any except West Virginia, and the ing extraordinary document, which ly improved Cleveland prospect is carry It by 15,000 majority to hold I Inn 0 boon going day and night ce his old customers, and will bth suit long since he came home from "present news renders West Vir- it saj'S has been received by Gov- conceded, even by the Republi- their own. Tho Democrats havo for two months. Please send tho FRITZ them in price and quality . Call and ieq a banquet at a very lato hour. Quick dales and Small us. ginia certain for tho Democracy. ernment officials connected with cans. Xo better ovidenco of tho not mado any especial canvass militia immediately, and save furth"Wero you not tho last ono to real snecess of tho meeting and this time, believing a still hunt to Won't be undersold fjax4if Xew York, ITow Jersey and In- tho geological survey. Tho Post its import is furnished than by the er bloodshed. The jail is threat- leave?" nBked his wife, bo tho best policy. ened. "Yosh, I wash tho lasht one to diana, are classed equally certain ; says Eauius circular was received 3cw York Sun, a Butler organ, EASIUOXABX.E n leave?" admitted tho wretched J. F. MgCakty. makes the and forwarj and if this bo true, it which confesses to the great en. FOK SAI.B, A HYimOPIIOm.1 I'ANXC. man. Sheriff of Hocking County. thnKuisjn" manifested in its nows ""election of Cleveland- - and- - Hen- Blaine Ropii . ' Tho Govornor at onco ordered "It's a shame and a diegraco that jDJLSTIX columns." but editorially has not a Thirty-tw- o Alnbnmlnnn "x'njf. dricks certain. out nil of tho Fourteenth Kcgi-men- you are always the last one to go od making a voluntary contribu- - word to say. DwjwtcU to tbo Commrclttl the Duffy and tho GovernIn Ohio, a Stato usually conce- tion of $100 for Republican cam- - The tido is turning uow, and Slcinl Eufaula, Ala., Aug. e are or's Guards, tho Lancaster, Cir- - home," responded tho exasperated acres on Dytndiurg road, 5J ntfee wife. ded to tho Eepublicans, the Re- paign funds, but vho will refuse with tho propor management noth- nconlo m this neighborhood from Jlkkumn. Addrew. clovitio ana 2sow jjexington com"Tain't my fault," responded tho SHOP. 2orth 'West corner of Moscow publicans aro badly scared. The to contribnto onocent under ing can resist it. M P. DONAIIOP., in a state of tremendous excite-- 1 panies, and replied to Sheriff y and Troy Aiemies, East Hickman, Ky , unhappy man, "that all the rosht care Saml. C. Davis & Co , St. Low, Mo ment ovor tho wholesale spread san"3TSaiisfction guaranteed. Republican leaders wore too that troops woro on their of the g- The Ohio Geriann". threats : of hydrophobia on tho plantation way, and asking if moro wore neede- I can't guestsh lcavish beforo I do. April. K Tor' Hernld guine in tho beginning, and niuo-tenth- s mako 'em sthay can I?" DlEADQUAllTEES FINANCE E. B. Ohio has gone Republican in of Punch DongMie. Dr. from d!" The Lancaster company beof the Gorman RopubUcaus Kotfcc. 1,121 New York avenue, Johnson has just returned A fow years ago, during a heatAll persons holding claims against bf are reported as going for Clove-lau- Washington, D. C, Aug. 20, 1SS4. every Presidential election ginco Mr. Doughtie's plantation, where ing onl 20 miles from Logan, was ed campaign, Mr. Blaine brought W. Robinson, DIESTELBRINK estate of Mrs. Anni Iiraid claim decent! Dear Sir: As we have not yet 1856. This year it is possible to ho had been summoned. Ho found sent to that placo to guard tho a libol The Democrats don't count are requested to file jail. suit against tho editor of properly ofihearing from reverso her history in this regard. thirty-tw- o persons suffering with proved up on or before the 30th of Jutm, on Ohio, but have a fair prospect had the pleasure tho Portland, (Ale.) paper, upon yon, we aro obliged to infer that In 1S33 DZoadly, Democrat, carried a disease which ho at onco pro1SS4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm. tho same grounds that ho has of carrying tho State. IlnllnrU Comity. your interest in the success of the Ohio against Forakor, Republican, nounced hydrophobia in a mild II aBccr, sued tho Indianapolis Sontinol, In Illinois, Kansas, and Michi- grand old Republican-partGuardian Matiio Kobiiwo is not by 12,500 votes, though tho Re- form. All tho sufferers woro ne- From Ellabl!itcwn 3 St. A very touching scene was wit- and it was dismissed as soon as gan, tho Republicans aro split np such as is becoming'to a benefici- publican vote was larger by are of the election was ovor. than that cast for Foster in groes. Three one thorn nessed leceutly at tho Union ary of this Government, and a being in tho and demoralized, and somo aro sick, 1SS1. Tho Democratic victory last At the hour for the Iron on your part ejmce to thiuk Clove- - further silence as equivalent will year in Ohio was the work of the throCB of delirium and 80 low that Mountain train to arrive from Lit-t- l War is imminent botweenPrauco TVfOtrouble to name all articles, but no sanguine enough goods. bo understood to an the doctor says ho is liablo to die eRock, Ark,, a stranger, evident- aud China. The feeling is growing andomo and to show the corner of Troy 25cts Lower than the laud may carry one or all. see, at expressed wish to resign your Germans, who wero incensed then, at any moment. More than threo great, and tho latest dispatches Lowest and Moscow Atenuo, East Ilickmri, Ky pasuneasy, on "Wisconsin is claimed pretty con- clerkship on or before March 1 and aro more incensed now, at tho 1 hare no dork xpensss by a dog ly very agents in gaged tho as show that tho Chinese are mostly no stora rea weeks ago a hog bitten conversation next. Hoping for asatisfactory prohibitionist bigotry which has died 011 Mr. Doughtie's plantation, senger and pay cash for all my Groceries, aad sympathized with. Tho English fidently by tho Democrats. exprivate rights therefore can sell as cheap as iho chess show partiality toward China. the to tho probability of its being In California, Nevada, and Ore- explanation, I am, for the commit- attempted to invade est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lem by sumptuary legislation. This and tho carcass was given to soap actly on time, aud closed by retee, yours reproachfully. Gov. Eato and his Republican Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low gon, tho Democrats aro not only year the feeling is intensified, and negroes to bo convered into it for marking that he wouldn't havo it Green 13. Raum. sl- JOHN WITH NO. opponent, Col. Roid, havo opened Ithe German vote will undoubted- grease. Instead of utilizing hopeful, but jubilant. negroes an hour lato for 60OO. This arous- tho gubernatorial canvass in Ten. this purpose, thirty-tw- o The Irish Tote. ly be given largely to Cleveland ed an interest in tho agent, who Talcing a view of tho entire 'ew TerV. WorW. and Ilendricks, as both tho Demo- on tho place and in the neighbor learned of tho man that at tho nessec, and aro meeting in joint SALE AND LIVERY STABLE country tho Democratic prospects hood ate tho ilesli ol tho nog. on the raging H. O. any douDt .existed as to tho cratic platform and Gov. Clove-land'- s Mr. Doughtio says that on July breaking out of tho war ho was a debato Bate will bo stump. Of If are certainly encouraging. It may letter of acceptance tako prosperous man in Beebo, Ark. course true sentiment of tho n mad (DAVIS OLD STAND.) & be another defeat awaits ub, but strong grounds against sumptuary 25 0110 of his dogs wonthogs. and Ho had a wife, aud a boy eighCongressman Thad C. Pound, citizens of New York the On bit a mule and several HENTUCKT STUEET, laws. teen months old. Ho went into tho most prominent Repnblicau Ill kinds of it looks like victory now. magnificent, demonstration at tho August 13 the first hog died and tho Rebel army as Captain, and in Wisconsin, has como out in a constantly on hand Ur kir Academy of Music last night will KEEPS sale Xow nnil rncn. was eaten by tho negroes. Two fought through tho war. His THEPRI2AKT EI.E0T1O.V. letter denouncing Blaino and de- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES certainly dispel it. Within a few HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Several of tho Republican pa- moro died on August IS, one on homo and goods amounting to claring for Cleveland. minutes from tho opening of the Hating purchased the Blable, hones August 22 and ono on August 27, something like $5,000, were confispers that are now lauding Mr. XnkowariunckS Ucstilts In a Sainll doors every seat in s house, at hot and entire ontnt of W. B. usually kept in a the great bnild-in- g Vote. Plnmm r Blaino to the skies havo hereto- and all woro eaten except the last, cated. Ho learned by letter that we propose to continue tbo business, torn prices. was filled, tho staeo was nnck- sad dif- when the partakers of the poison- his wife had died, and learned that solicit patronage TEAS, From the Todncah News. ed with representative Irishmen, fore, it seems, entertained a FLNCY CAXD1ES, is Mousy Tho mule Swi Louis ed flesh became sick. XIXCE-MEAThe priiuar' election hold Satur- mm luousanuH oi men unable to ferent t, opinion. aTho t St. Blaino exhibited signs of madness on his property was gone and his son T, 21 CKLES red-hono heart to go Ho had day to namo a candidate for Con- gain admittance thronged the organ, spoko JIOMIHY, ORJTS BOOTS AND SHOES. the nineteenth day aftor being bit- dead also. thus This adago can be verified by buying noiVRERRIES. gressman Tcsnltcd, owing to tho streets outside. The speeches of ho was nominated. of him before ten. Eleven days after tho first back to Beebo, and settled in BalSpecial attenlard county, Ky. Ho is now sher FLOUR of rowzLL & Bro. Extra Fancy lukowarmiiess and nogliffcnco of Senator JoneSj--. of Florida; Con- tion is called to tho last sentence hog was eaten ten of tho negroes iff of the county and a prosperous Flour, made out of No. 2 Wheat, unadulthe Democrats, in a very small gressman P. A.Collins, of Boston . were taken sick. Two days later man. Not long since ho learned ' tho terated, ?5 00 per barrel. Family Flour vote beincrnolled. Tho vote, how- - Congressman Hines. of Bnffhln. of"He Liextract: an unclean man, and the people another dog was discovered to bo from a man who camo from Beebe, ' Keeps slock Ihe 1a i jLiiuuuiD l n a a a iie ii nli aIa ?r Ttl4- ln.AM jT.wl ucii. F1M tfrn J. ? T?. Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, dec. and keepsinonly the very Best MalerlaL S4 50. Other grades in proportion. ovur, nuuiu,iouuuvuub iuivj. ciuu LuurKe, were will not have him. He stands mad and was killed aftor having best workmen. Work was a man of his name, than tho usual vote or number of received with unbounded enthusi Bran 70o per hundred in quantities, of prostituting the ligh offices he bitten a mule. Another dog on that there ggyrfill not be undersold. guaranteed. Repairing solicited twenty-fiv- o years old, thero, and less. participants in the old mass con- asm. Every mention of Cleve- has held to build up a private fortune, of tho lot is now housed aud will bo WillPay fall price for Butler, Eggs, &c 67 One or more barrels of Flour deventions, and from this fact, if from land's name brought forth hearty cohabiting with corruption, for dishonest experimented with for cure. Tho out of curiositv ho wrote to him ho was his son, livered free or drayage. old! politician who money. JI13 record would damn hira." iio other, the result is bonifd to chcors.--Atho mulo and hoes and learned that Likewise tho Cincinnati Comme- dog that bit and tho whblo neigh- whoso reported death was a misTHE BARTER GROCERY. give satisfaction. There is no was present, and.who measured in aug!5-2- w disappeared, now an ardont borhood is in terror lest he went take. Tho son camo onyosterdny definite voto from any county, but its completeness",tiic demonstra- rcial-Gazette, J. 31. MONTGOMERY, annonn- there is enough known on which tion, said: "I novcr saw the boys supporter of Blaino, said in 1S7G: among cattle and hogs through- morning. Neither know tho othMcRe' to his friends and the public tkst er, but tho ticket agent undertook more earnest in my life. They are "Wo mako no personal war upon Mr. out the belt beforo dying. to mako tho announcement that oxo b nas opened a new and frtsh snpply of nis the work of finding tho boy and Copt. W. J. Stone, of Lyon coun- wild for tho fray:" This is true; Blaine, would public record condemns him, A dozen out of tho thirty-tw- o all kinds of Family Grocekiks, which ha and be the very madncsa ty, is tho nomiuco. Tho voto, so it needs no edict of this "hall" or moon it the Republican party to go of the eaters of the affected hogsvaro se- introducing him to his father, of Jos. will sell as low as the lowest. He is reafor to the dy at all times to exchange Groceriti al far as is known, is as follows: that "hall" to "confirm tho loyalty country under his leadership." riously sick aud tho developments whom ho had no knowledge until B. P. O'DANIEL, M. D 0X0 fell upon Tho cash prices for Butler, Eggs, Chiokens, or n In this city S. C, Vaughan and faithfulness of tho among tho others aro awaited with lately. man's father and wopt, tho but; neck young Prohibitory HIS PROFESSIONAL 211 votes and Capt. Stone Keeps the vcry best mokes of Beer, fresh any kind of marketing that the farming voters of 2?ow York the greatest interest. Dr.' Johnin. tho latter was moroseitpossossou. OFFERSto tho citizens of Hickman and and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to friends may bringpaid. Tho highest an 81. City. Tho men who fight every- New York Wurld. an ablo ket price always With tho Democracy in power son, a tcrriblophysician, says that The sensation of owning a parent vicinity. serTe customers. In tho county, so far us heard where for human liberty and tho it is case aud Office J. M. MONTGOMERY & ERG. Corner room in Laclede House. ho from, tho voto was as follows: at rights of man, can nover forget there can bo no prohibitory legis- fears tho worst. Ho says that it was new to him, and it will tako that him sometimo to got use to it. Woodville, Stone 7, Vaughan, 0; tho sacrifice of tho Domocratic lation. There aro circumstances would not surprise him if tho Thoy dopartod at onco for their connected with tho liquor busi- greatest number Of at Hays', Stone, 22, Vaughan 3; at party of this country in their betho thirty-tw- o homo in Ballard comity, Ky. II. L. KNOERE, Clark's river, Stone, 14, Vaughan half. They know that under tho ness which warrant tho imposition persons should die. . A.. EAJEIIS. of certain restrictions upon it, such lj at Farley's, Stone, 15, Vaughan banner of Democracy aro found as aro embraced in fair, practica(Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) i'cllow Fovor In New Torfc 3. Thero arc no rctnrns from Pal- tho foes of iutoleraiico and fanatA Tho best mako of tfi celebrated PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, ble license laws which are not im- Special Dispatch to the Commercial. tho Chicago Xens From estine, Florence Station or Shel- icism, and thoy will muster here Columbus Sew posed on ter's. "Yes," said the campaign mana as usual thi3 year, standing shoul- limitation other trades. With this tive andYork, Aug. 29. a posiKENTUCKY it is as legitimate asany unmistakable case of yel- ger, "wo aro going to hoop it up HICKMAN, The roports from other counties der to shouldor for Clev'olaud. low fever vras discovered in tho this fall." otner uusiness; tno property inI are to tho effect that in all counties AN- DFFERS his Professional Serviees to vested in it is jnst as much enti- city on Wednesday morning Tho "So'ra I," replied tho millionaire. but Fulton and Ballard and perXnaieroun Blulnc Bolters. the tled to protection as any other patient is a sailor, whose name and "Ah, that's good. Then I sup- jan!C-'8- 0 citizens of Hickman and ticinity. haps Hickman tho primary was Boston AdTertlff r. Kept for sate, at a bargain, at the Livery ZtZQ-CrOEheld and a half voto was polled, Tho Xow York Evening Post property, and people ought to bo residence aro uukno wn, died in tho pose wo may count on you for a and Sale Stable ol and Capt. Stone received a big says that a careful personal, can- as free to drink beer if they like it XowYork hospital, as first sup- handsome contribution to tho camFARIS & PARKER, majority. In tho absence of tho vass of tho Stato by tho 2Tovr York as to drink wator. This is Demo- posed of typhoid fever, hut later, paign fund." C. L. an autopsy being mado, Dr pea-bod- y "Not a dollar. Not a corroct figures thoXews will await Democratic Committee, shows in cratic doctrine. LOWER and LOWER. pronounced it a case of vol- the ofifrial count before making 1,750 election districts as many as ATTORNEY Ar LAW Tho Ohio Democrats arc boom- JU All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. "What!" I thonght you said you iui an tuo noRt-moan announcement. 75,000 Republicans who will not ing. Thoy havo as cheap as tho cheapest. I will not be mado arrange- tem evidences of tho disease pres-i- were goingto whoop it up." vote for Blaine, one-hal- f the numVRALER IS Collector, Real Estate Agent undersold. JonN WITTiNQ. "So I am?" Mr. Cleveland is not going to ber supporting Clovoland actively. ments to contest every inch of ont tho organs. tho Stato, and the accessions thoy "What!" withdraw and Mr. Blaino is not Tho districts canvassed do not inThere aro two side show candiHICKMAN, KY. "Why, hoop up my barrel, to bo going to withdraw, and you can clude Sfoy York and Brooklyn, aro daily receiving induce them to dates for i'o- - ii,R. Governor in Tennessee. snre.' believe that thoy can carry the stake yonr last bottom dollar on where the bolters, arc known to Stato in Oetoboraa "well as in KS Will aliena promptly to all baa The nant Bros. & Co. buildiiip is to be Buchanan, tho Greenback nomiASD AlSti. the" proposition that Butler will bo numerous and determined. ne8s entrusted him In Soulhweslerl nee, and V. K. Barrett, of HardeGovernor Hendricks has accept- Kentucky and Northwestern TenneBBe nn?y renovatcd and repaired, and not withdraw- - Tho only withman county. Barrett is riimling ed an invitation to make the opon-in- g Specinlaltention givn to the invcaliga 1885. fw rent from the 1st o January. NeU, Sclne, Lines, Hooks, and alljkinda drawal in this raco will bo on tho tor terms, &c- adtrc& of Pishing Tackle and Supplier, at a bar Democrats aro encottragod by Five hundred colored men of on his own tickot and has 0ut a address at the Peoria (111.) tion of Land titles, and the purchase morning after the election. H. C. BUCK, gain. Groceries and Family Supplied g- reports from Oh. sale of Heal Estate. list of appointments to 3peaij. - fair, September 17. Baltimore repudiate Blaino. fjao34 Harm Station, Tcnn. orally. I I 1 v I - TUo It may be a matter of insider, Steal Fnct. ; "al !inwn Politics. w Attorneys at Law, i -- ' w 3 S-H- j com-permo- nt ,1T "ei FULTON BANK ky. of i 1 r noini-nate- ! ai-dre- Bondurant Bretcry com-mitte- hen-orar- y i "Red-headed?- CTgani-xatio- n can-vae- a. Irish-America- n Oarier-Jonrn- i-I- Wn ; H J. "W. ROGERS, GEOCEEIES, SCIInOIDl l'ru. t, BTaoAEND?iiMnir. TIMBEB 2S.--Th- Mc-Cart- M COil-iiiTTE- E, d. . Family Groceries. 31,-12- des-pcratol- y do-po- t. Ii Groceries, TT- - 1 Family (Urocery JUDG3, Irish-America- Earis Parkee, first-clas- Globe-Democra- MC A -- liiq R. GLAZIER. ? - 1 n Professional Cards. TIYOLI HALL. SOHM, Prop'r. ro-ceiv- Irish-America- BE. O FOR SALE. TVJiooii-rCiwnjrUg- n. GROCERIES U M l i : sou-raar-kee- ." EANDLE lui, r- P. E. CASE, 1- - tf i 7 n -- Family Groceries; Ino-vembo- r. "J -- -, rrL ;- - ; '' Hff , ft- - fc.' mat