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HeiaieJBciMiur. atntui ?iteU -- vdfc... 19, 18S4. LBTIEB-BEADSILL-HEADS. S, GEORGE WARREN, Ertnor. Tho OHlesst Noavs)UI),Jii Western Kntuclty. pmoE of .suscr:xtin. W1TS1S TEE SOUL. so. ESTABLISHED HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTJKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER The Prevention of Forest VQL. The Xlf-NYounftiJ Q. 51. ETC., ETO. ojilXtIj aito aaac3Ba vau St'llOOIi ASD CHURCH. IITVITATIONS, The windows of my bedroom opened toward the south on a beautiful lawn, bordered with elms. Yew after year POLAR PICTURES. !&& Baltimore, thctwqveari. 2m& ths.fioldeuor singers. He oriole stroyed is probably greater than that of TSmoTt delightful of loves temperature w M all the lumber cut which is not s LW Reor4rof "ttiTo'blvatloirrBIade iTy degrees abort zero. best tho swaying branches of tho loftiest than three huudred million dollars a Creely and Ml Associates in the was twenty-nin- e Mapounjte were elm for his homo, that old Dame Arctlc-Th- e year and the incidental damage i 'n .iiiilnin'.it Sun-TlUrtsht-e- st Wolves weighing ninety killed around Fort Conger. Tfere are ture may rock the little ones to sleep mauv caes far greater than tho direct Stars and the Awfully Oppressive there."! lish is with every breeze. t utting trees does not necessarily hinsilence Lieutenant Lock wood's Jour- foxes and other animals wonderfully scarce. Perhaps U great- and Jenny Wren build lowlier homes in der the land from growing more aud ney. Then there is more accessible places est surprise in all was the takijg from bettor onei: in fact, it often helps to For the purpose of obtaining some Lake Alexander, a frcsh-watlake the linnet, who years ago forsook us that result. But them off for a Southern clime, but, perhaps, frequently destroysburningonly those 'dea of the general nature and probable fifteen feet above a not ralue of tho scientific observations salmon. From the bay or sea only two alarmed by the noise of war, returned large enough to be cut. but al.-- o a vastly made by Grcely at Lady Franklin Bay, verv small fish were taken during the to his Northern home. Those were greater number which ar- - not large an Associated Press agent visited him entire two years, and few are found some of the sincere who gave the three enough. Worse jot, it not only kil s at Portsmouth, N. fi. Greely first north of Cape Sabine, The vegetation o'clock matinees. They continued for the seed in the ground, but also burns stated the object of the Lady Franklin on Ladv Franklin Bay is aboutthe same two or three months, from May nearly 'out the vegetable substance iu tho soil Bay expedition, viz; To establish a as at Cape Sabiue, and comprises through July, and tho programme eaoh itself, rendering it for a long time inca Polar station one of the thirteen sug- mosses, lichens, willows and saxifrage. day, for the'tirst month, seemed pre pable of raising anything but gested by Lieutenant Weypracht, of The highest velocity of the wind was cisely the same. or brambles, and then, later on, somo First eame a loud, shrill, prolonged 'of the tree- - least valuable for fuel or Austria, who discovered Franz Josef registered during a terrific snowstorm, call, always repeated three times, (limber. In the cao of 's Land simultaneous observations of all and was seventy miles per hoar. physical phenomena were to be taken. in lBV-- and which reminded me of a gong at a hotrips to tho North tree-- , we may say that not less than The complete programme which was to 18S3 were productive of the most val- tel. It was evidently intended for tho of white year-- , and, in the ca-- e and for" a call to order. jiiic tor which the soil and climate of be followed was arranged by an Inter- uable results. Standing May 19, in rising-bonational Polar Congress, in which tho each year, where Dr. Hayes bad for- After the last call came a feeble peep, !New Knglaud are --o jieculiarly adapted representatives of thirteen nations took merly stood, about the sauiejume of as if one little fellow had managed to not less than one hundred j'ears will part- - Tho oborvation.3 in which the daw Lockwood. from an elevation of arouse himself jut enough to answer. generally, under the most favorable ci greatest possible accuracy was to be two thousand feet, and using his Then another replied a little louder, be necessary before the had were those of the declination and strongest class on Hall's Basin and and another, until, in rapid succession, Wamo tr - can be grown again. deviation of the magnetic needle, the Robeson's channels, could dNcern all the dwellers in the grove announced Where the underhing slopes are temperature of the air and sen, hoight nothing but ice packs. Here it was that their presence, aud answered to their Sleep this denuding ami rousting of the of the barometer, and mean and maxi- Dr. Hayes claimed, to have seen his names, lhen followed a minute or two jsoil often in its being washed mum fall of the tides. All explora open roiar sea on me inpoi to.). of entire silence; after which the prima awav by 'aiiw and if tho rock beneath tions wore incidental to the main ob- - Lockwood reached the highest latitude donna, as it seemed to me, opened the i- - a hard one. such as granite, it may jects of the expedition. degrees concert. It was a loud, clear, sweet Ik? centuries before heat, fro-- t and the ever attained, eighty-thre- e The expedition was fitted out under twenty-fiv- e north. This was strain, so unlike any heard in the day, (humbler kinds of vegetable Hie, can mj minutes the authority of Congress; was com- -' about'five hundred miles directly north that I can not tell what bird it was; I M:sintegra'.e and fix it that it will raise posed of three officers of the army, one of Lady Franklin Bay, but to get there think only the oriole could pour forth pee-- . acting surgeon, and nineteen enlisted he had to travel o'rer one thousand that delightful music It ang alone in Mill furl her, a great indirect daniago a ,is done by those froqueut conflagrations strain. At men from tho army." Stores for twenty- - miles of open water and broken pack- -, a clear, ecstatic .solo two becaii-- e the,- make owners of land au the seven months wore put on the Proteus, which frequently caused him to retrace certain part of which left St. Johns, July 1, 18S1, with his steps fifty miles. Lockwood sounded other voices broke in a a trio, and uncertain of the future that they aro ihcparty. She touched at Disco Island sea both years between Cape Bryant at the eud of the stan.a all the voices tempted to cut their Irons when small nnd Upcrnavik to procure sledges, and Cape "Brittania, but could not touch joined in full jubilee chorus. This was and thkkij' crowded, so as to get as dogs, skins and dog footL Two Esqui-- ; bottom with one hundred ami thirty repeated six times, so that Icamo to call Imuoh as from them for fuel maux wore added to the party at fivo fathoms Markham, a fev it their hymn of praise in six tanzas. before fires may destroy1 them: and of Proven. Landing was made at Carey years before, about one hundred miles It was rendered every morning in ex- course this uncertainty is also a strong Island in north water and tho provisions to the west, found bottom at jeventv-cache- d actly the same way. Aftor it there was argument against that planting which by Mares in 17." in the Alert two fathoms. Lockwood found at his singing by the whole choir, and it grew ailvocates of forestry urge so earnestly. a- - if c, were found in good condition. At farthost northern point about the same louder and more matter Th first and most each minstrel was inspired by the rest, then to be attended to ix we aie to conLittleton Island tireely personally re- - vegetation as at Lady Franklin Bay, covered tho English arctic mail left by but no signs of a polar'currentor open liko the singing of a vast eoueourse. tinue to cn;oy a supply of timber, withAfter this grand climax, the voices out which we can not long have prosSir Allan Young in the Pandora in polar sett. In l!S3 he w.v stopped near miles from Ladv would die away, one after the other, perous civilization, is to make or find a ioo. Aiiariumer uay, in Kennedy Cane BranL Channel, cache of provisions for uso on FranklinBay.byanopcnchannelevtenif-iu- g and the principal concert was over. way to prevent, as far a- - n ay be, tho retreat was made. It was the original west to the coast of Grinnell Land. The parent bird- - went on their morn- starting of these lires, and their spread intention to establish the Polar station The width of this channel varricd from ing (light, and their bird fas swung in it once they do got under way. For tho hammock foran other first wo nood more string nt fagisl-iat Water ( 'oure Bay, but heavy masses two hundred yards to five miles but on their of ice rendered Water Course Bav ex-- the north the ico packs evteudedas far half hour. At the expiration of this tiim, such as making j a- - much felony arettoiiai07.'J fn 6s3 it hnwrtenWd ays"ni n di ngjp Kol .lti,t-vid,h.l ...J' li.tltafc(,ilMfliLtblift.lllM JfiodinclY dangerous aiichoratro. "ilov- - ra'eo'nldbe3centfvith With timecame a call simiuir. to tint first,, InKWindejrgtjaTmgafl TFT.. V2. ' ii er. mer-ir--i ii Whitehall affairs of one's neighbor. although bv a different bird often a ;uid a criminal offense to set the tires epo;irc'ro tne oxygon of he air while JKmmloUnifaw&a fcfHUKB.K.Blil'HW. Ingto Discovery Harbor the station his supply of provisions, the fatYu'roof whimioorwill. VKl Taebastianl, people aro acquainted. was rc- - carele-slmartvfis" At Amalfi, in tho Times. The summons Large bounties should bo. it is Iwect. this is nest uono ...1.1was there established on tho sito occu- - which had caused hi return the year wnuu Erasmus, though a native of Rotter- cathedral of San Andrew, it is Panta-leon- e -- Innocent wife: "What do you for the detection of offenders. pied by the English expedition of 1875. before. Lockwood was confident he i peatetl thrive, then came feeble little The ripening is very tardy dam, had such an aversion to that di Mauro who gave them, iu mean, Charlie, by 'straddling a blind!' twitter, twiner." aud the Owners of woodland should be com- it is rising.temperature is low. neeo. neen. The erection of a house was at onco could have reached citrbtv-tiv- e degrees when the the smell of it threw him into a fever. honor of the apostle, and for the repose I should think it "was so much easier to commenced, nnd stores and equipments north, if this open channel had not juveniles joined to the best of their pelled to burn or remove all the tops, sour, becomes 2. After cream Ambro-- e Pare mentions a gentleman of his own soul. At Monte Cassino J hi- - concert wa- - raucn snoner ride a rail, if that is a way you have of debris of logging, the more ripening the more it deprecilanded. On the .i'sth of August came barred his way. No fossil remains ability. who never could see an eel without another member of the same family-give- s initiating men at the club." Chicago , as befitted branches ami other trees from standand fallen limbs and the parting beHjon tho Greelv party were discovered on the trip, and the than that of their parent-is then skimmed fainting. ates. The sooner it tho bronze doors, and these are Tribune. and the men of the Proteus. The little only ones found were trunks of trees on their tender age, and thoir hnngor on ing timber. This has been recently! and churned the bettor, but it should There is anaccountof another gentleA swarm of bees administered a W. XUtoias. urged by a leading lumber journab not be churned while too new. Tho man vho would fall into convulsions at enriched with silver letters, containing band gathered on the frozen shore tho southwest coast of Grinnell lnd. first awakening. an account of all the possessions of stinging rebuke to ajtraiu load of Pleasure" seekors should not be allowed and watched the Proteus as she The only ea animals seen by for skimming and churning the sight of a carp. in tiie neigoorhood of Chicago this magnificently endowed Benedictine foresLs, such as bast time o outer extcn-iv- e slowly down Lady Franklin wood at eighty-thre- e degrees 'twenty-BaA Henpecked Turk. is just before acidity becomes apparent. A lady, a native of France, always he Adirondacks, without a guide On the evening of tho same day five minutes were walrus and scats, "better butter to rise fainted on seeing boiled lobsters. Other abbey the head house of the order. the' other day. The train went through S. Cream makes tho swarm, a'nd the swarm went through They date from 1066. At Monte bv the Sta'e. and he should be in To tell the truth, a Turk i as badly the temporaturo sink below the freez- - and, strange to say, walrus - not to be cold air thau to rise sooner in cold persons from the same country experithe Pantaleoni are again the the traiu.- - Chicago Inter Ocean. ing point, and an icy arctic winter was found at Lady Franklin Bay. At henpecked as could well tie imagined. lield respo isible for fires cl or left by water.and the milk will keep sweet enced the same inconvouience from generous donors of the brenze doors So common has the expression on them in earnest. Their house was eighty-thrc- o decrees twenty live rain- - Tho good old days when he could quiet parties under his charge. Especiully longer. the smell of roses, though particularly at Salerno are should be compelled to put nnisuea aoout a wees alter the i'rotcus utes the dellection of the magnetic ly siranirie a reiraciory wue, aim urop milk - set. the less partial to the odor of jonquils or tube- there. In the ltuonio containing silver "painting the town red" got. to be in a 1. The deeper tine bronze doors, once Western settlement, that one of the left. It was named, in honor of Sen- needle was J01 degrees west, more than her into the Bosphoru- - to be buried at spark consumers upon all locomotives. airiu"1 the cream gets while rising. roses. Landolpho Butromilo Faloon is said that throe lately built for Vn keepers has put the sign ator Conger, Fort Conger. During the of tho circle. The maps of the State's expense, parsed away a It Scaligcr and Peter A bono inlavs, given bv depth of setting should vary 5. The Josenh and'his wife, "lOD9. The design con- "artists' materials" in his window. To satisfaction. first month tho cold a;iecled the men tho new regions he discovered are in quarter of a century ago under the dcrbdt work to ent-rthe" lower it is, never could drink milk. with the temperature: sists of crosses and figures of six of the Commercial Bulletin. more than at any subsequent time at the possession of Lieutenant Greely European spasm of irtue that estab- facilitate the lighting of tho-- e lires the deeper milk may be set; the higher, Cardan was particularly disgusted at apostles. The similarity of the five Boston started, there sho.ild be .Milk the sight of eggs. lished the "joint control." Since then which do ge Fort Conger. Later on in December the and are very carefully made. should be. "There, now!" exclaimed Mrs. the shallower it examples all point to a common origin; his maintained, a- - in the Fiench forests of dw..i.t never he ot shallow in a low temperature sank to from fifty to sixty- All through the two years at Lady lie has been too dejected to "the paper says that Professor Uladislaus, King of Poland, could the same stiff Byzantine treatment of five degrees below zero, and so remained Franklin Bay tho magnetic needle was power, and as a result the women do maritime pine, frequent roads not less temperature nor deep in a high one. not bear to see apples. a noted scientist, has which arc shown Henry Clum, killed by the explosion which should be the figures and neads, for days at a time. But even in that ' never quiet except during storms. In very much as they pleao. They stty than four Settin" deep in cold water economizes If an apple was shown to Chesne. by incising lines into "the bronze aud been instantly in orgo out, ramble about tho thorough- kept absolutely clear of combustible time. Tabor and space. weather the cook's favorite amusement February of 188.) preparations for a Secretary to Francis I., he bled at the filling them with silver. These were of a retort" What a warning to mardancing baro headed, mado by establishing adepot fares alone, ride in the hor.-- e cars or material. Congrcgutionalisl. men not to quarrel with their treat were 6. While milk is standing for cream nose. evidently done to order at Constanti- ried study, 'read aud and with slippered feet on the top of a at Cape Baird, twelve miles to the this caiques, go-iiu the court of the Em- nople, ami are ascribed to a Greek work- TVives. Bnrhnjtun Free Press. to rise, the purity of tho cream, and, A gentleman Fnsliion Note?. 6now-driJDuring the day the men ' south. Day after day anxious men frequent the baths much as if they had consequently, the lino flavor aud keep- peror Ferdinand would bleed at the man, Staurachios Romanized into An elderly Newport maiden having no lords and masters at all. But in crcsseain ordinary outside ciotnmg, looked oil over L.ady rranRinttJaj', ex ing of the butter, will be injured if tho nose on hearing the mewing of a cat. Starontius -- who flourished about had several teeth extracted, and being Fans remain very large. out tneir nanneis were very neavy. pecting the ice to open so that thoy po nt of fact there always has been a surface of the cream w exposed freely however great the distance might be ( rinoline is on the increase. asked by a female companion if it hurt Industrial World. Five men were generally for a part of might commence their journey toward paradox in the rules of conduct laid to air much warmer than the cream. from him. much replied: "Well, I suppose it did, Draperies grow less elaborate. forced down for Turkish women. The the day engaged in scientific work home. 7. When cream is colder thau the Henry III., of France, could never is the coming jadkot. but I was so excited because he hail his The tigaro Work and Play. under Greely's direction, and in the takes up moisturo At last, August 19, 18&3, the welcome covering of th"ir faces in the stroets I arm right around my neck thatir.-,i.,-didn't Small ureitzo bonnets are iu vogue, Mirrotiuding air it the air. When the sit in a room with a cat line- - of social dntics of the camp. The remainder news that the ice wss open was brought and the strictness in the from The Duke of Sehomburg had the saniu 1IIWU laiu. Jiwttuwvy Olll Whv is it that most people find it so ICCl u". VViy i:.i.. ..:.. .lotted braids appear among dre-- s anil impuritiesthan the cream it takes were employed generally about one All had been made ready, and that very intercourse throw a mystery around air is colder aversion. State Journal. much easier to be earnest iu their amusehour a day, and devoted the rest of the day' the party embarked in the little thoir treatment that has had much to tr'mm tigs. nearly all gathered in at up moisture and whatever escapes irom M. Yangheim, a great huntsman 111 ments than to be earnest in their work? Skirts are "Here are Smith'.- - frieuds subscribtime to amusement All slept in bunks steam launch. BctliinI them lhey left do with makui!? it seem oere. But the cream. In the former cac the Hanover, would faint or, if he had suf- There could hardlv be a greater contrast ing $5,000 to send him to Europe." in the quarters.-whic- h surrounding air; in ficient time, would run away .t Mm were heated by their dog-- , as they could not be taken. on the oilier hand there js probably no the waist cream purities the slow pace of the said renderson. "and have to pass a large coal stove, the average heat Four barrels of pork ami -- om' e;al oil naion 111 the world where the woman j No heels and full gathered skirts aro the latter, the air help to purify tno sight of a roasted pig. - t than between the going to school, and mv lite at home. average school-bo- v coming m. let wncn rogg reLady Frank- is so jealou-l- y guarded in her right of maintained being fifty degrees above were left fortheanimals Aqrintltiirt. Journal of John Rol, a gentlemau in Alcantaia. the joyous unanimity with which a whole marked that he believed Fenderson's Cameo clasps fasten bells to round cream. zero. Checkers, cards, chess and read- lin Bay was crossed to Capo Baird, a lift ami property and so literally pro- - wai-tewould swoon on hearing the word troop of sehool-bov- s dre-o- s will burst from friends would subscribe S20i000 to send d -. Milk Fever in Cowing wero tho amusements of the even- distance of thirteen miles and thon ihu tooted against her husband as in Turlana, wool, although his cloak was the school-hous- e tied on one side are when the day's worK him to Europe on condition that he kev. It is considered quite the thing! Belts and ing. The life, Greelv said, was far western coast of Grinnell Land was in favor. The animal is usually attacked with woolen. philosophical Boyle could not isoer. Other thins oeing equsi, the rest of his life there,' ' from a lonely one. Many of tho men south as far as Capo Hawkes. for a jealous Turk to go down to the much corsets are .r The hour- - after to wear than mtii- fever within thirty-si- x to stop work - always sure of propo-.- il Satiu 'enderson seemed somewhat offended had never passed two happier Large quantities of hoavv ice were unit. old pier at Seraglio point aud ruminate tho-- e of cont'd. said thej e dropiiin"' her calf, and unless relic, ed conquer the strong aversion to the a wider popularity than a proposal to Boston Transcript. years than those spent at Fort Conger. livery moment they tuougnt me nine on his condition aucr me Every woman of fashion has at least .vill probably be dead in forty eight sound of water running through a pipe. begin work. The" truth is that, in this fashion. He doesn't expect ver.-I." th of October the sun loft launch Onthe Do you know. Uncle John, why would be crushed, La Mothe le Vayer could not endure particular, as in many others, men and hours. more. Tho decpo-- t milkers and to belter his state thereby any more one lace toilet them for one hundred and thirty-fiv- e your horse?" asked Ella, times all the boats were nearly lo- -t Hraids of all kind- - will be much high eoudition are more nbiect the sound of musical instruments, women are to much like children who you are like macows in lays, and a twHight varying from half The suffering of the men wa great than to restore tho food. The who had been pestered by her avuncuTho cause though he experienced a lively plca-ur- e de orations. tho-- e in poor flesh. dress prefer eandv to wholesome an hour to twenty-fou- r hours, suc- Thev were now within fifty mile- - of sonry to its original condition, but it is forFoulards aro the favorito wear ol (oil !,than ;u is allowed to take lar relative in regard to her young man. of blood on the brain whenever it thundered. (Hasyoio Evenimi&-iiquestion of plea-ur- e considers" himself a. ceeded. For two weeks it was so dim Cape Sabine. Striking from Cape quieter there thau it is at home, and he children for fall dresses. principal motive, instead Uncle John (who on the increased amount in ing Times. tho place of that the dial of a watch could not be Hawkes for Hate's Island the parn gels it. melancholy satisfaction in the no man great fellow amongst the fair sex") is a rage at this moment for the circulation, forced to seek now chanet There of the question of duty. read by U, On April 1 1 tho sun came was caught in an ice pack ami re ollection of the" number of faithless ece-ivo- lj a little fast, I suppose'. A (Jood Word- for the Book Agent. small bonnets will ever be likely lobe successful as a "Because I'm Ella -- "No, Uncle John: nels v the expulsion of the calf. The above "jhe horizon and remained there frozen in, ten miles eouili of Capo spouses who have met their punishment "jackets are made of velvet symptoms are a sudden and entire once for all, that Ha! ha! ha!" Figaro man until 1m decides from its edge. Cor. San Francisco ' one hundred andthirtv-fiv- e days, giving Hawkes. In thirteen dav- - they drifu-A word in behalf of the book agent his work is as deserving of enthusiasm it is because you interfere. ' gnuo for dressy fall wear. ceasing of the flow of milk, the eve- the party a jrreat sufficiency of the south twenty-tiv- o mileo ontloe-- . lullor-in- g Chronicle. s The fuuny paragraph about him is .r,il ,l..v. ,.;,, !u'ii rltv, and that his a'J intere-- t This Umpire: bloodshot, she Jac'.ets of ribbed velvet or velveteen midnight sun. During three months terribly from tho foUb 80 they in htu calf and all care for it, lie down written in the city and he does hi- - work will ettac heneht of that Washington Irving Steals His Own are correct for fall wear. Who I" it now eel- - all the blame. the stars were visible constantly, and drifted to within eleven mile of Cape work chiefly in the country. When Handkerchiefs with fancy colored and can he aroused with difficulty, lo-When the pet club has lost a carae. tnat'levtion which he would Apples. the constellations of Orion's Belt and Sabine, and were obliged to abandon And from the cops protection claim7 borders remain in high favor. all pow er of motion, and death endues. the bookseller knocks'at the farmhouse so willii!"'l v expend on his pleasure. It is The Umpire. the Great Bear were the brightest The the steam launch September 10. The train-in- " enter, and the all a of the will and of the Stout women look belter in gathered Sometimes these .symptoms are varied door he is invited to Speaking of his liking to look at North Star looked down from almost packs now remained lnotionlc-- s for : A'ho - It stands eaeh eihe and Jeer. " being crazy, family look at his book with respect, in tight gored ones. by iolent of the will. When once there is the overhead. Standing alone outside the threo days, and several times the party workiugmen," says an old friend of skirts than line in a Pari letter an- running mania, the cow Who sires decisions with jrreat rear, with attention. If the de'termination that one's legitimate A cheering obstacles listen to him against wall or many missiles f allinjr near? fort on one of these night scenes wero got within two or three miles of Cape Washington Irving, "reminds mc of an- nounces that bustles are less prominent. with entire carelessness. other book be adapted to the tastes anil hab- work shall be performed with that whole 'inc 1 mpire: driven back by the other good story which he used to tell L,weirdly grand. To the north flamed Sabine, only to be Silver braid in rows and rings will be Prevention is the first thing to bo its of the farmer, as it usually is the energy of the mind which most people with great enjoyment no one can tell Whn is it. when the if a me is done. the aurora borealis, and bright constel- southwest gales. Five seals were killed farmer subscribes for it. He does this devote to plav,w'ork will cease to be a he used to. One day when the stylish trimming for black cashmcro looked after. This can usually be crowd to 6hun. Wilt surely try the lations wero set like jewels around the and eaten while the party were drifting this story as dres-eAnd thinks it lime for a home run? by keeping the animal iu a low because ho wants to do it not from tak. and will become, if not a pleasure, glowing moon. Over everything was a about EventuaHy a heavy northwest he was building the extension to SunThe Umpire. Eug-lati- d of the at least pleasurable. And work like condition. The bowels -- hotild be kept any necromancy on the part At a late fashionable wedding in rtifladtlpftfo Calt side, as he strolled about watching dead silence, so horribly oppressive that gale drove them" past Cape, Sabine ny capability to the ride's bouquet composed ol open by the use of root, bran, and if seller. Take the farmer something that need spoil no a man alone is almost tempted to kill within a mile ot urevoort island, out the carpenters, ho happened to pick up lilies, was largefnough to fill a necessary, mud cathartics. or several which he does not waut and you are plav, at the fitting time. Only, then, ' himself, so lonely does he feel. The thev could not land. September '12 an apple that had been blown from a white The raradWe or (Jiim Chewers. weeks before calving tho meal should be informed flatly that it is dry and withbig wheelbarrow. wofk will be work, and play will bo astronomer of the party said that with there arose the most terrific gale the) tree. The next moment he felt his arm Tt is gratifv ing to learn that corsets taken away if the cow is in full flesh, out possible profit to him. The book play. 5. & Tones. turning, -We anchored off Chios, or Kios, 01 the naked .eye a star of one degree had yet experienced on the? Arctic tugged, and triift r( Imlt aw a ragged lit- - ;ir. iin,farToinr a change, they are and rich foods avoided. Where the agent of the present day is a young nM.kUin i Mitiin hilin Kio. or Schi", or Scio (Sakkis), or- -, bo seen Ocean. ice floe wasj driven iln smaller magnitude than can Their -- A voting iady in Ulster Countv, N. anv way that you wish to spell it rot shorter in the waist and allow danger is considered great, bleeding man of great hope and energy . hero in tho same way might be dis- hither and thither by the terupe-- t, and come in to pick up the chips left by the made room for the hips do a business which is gigantic Y., called at a lawyer's office in Kingto soon after the calf more niav be locking up into his face. of uniformity in usage I will cerned. The moon would remain in waves washed over them again and workmen Ho is usually well and favorably known ston the other day and asked to have the sake "- is dropped. r. nen me 1111 ysays the little chap. Say. fasten upon the spelling Chios, but sight from eleven to twelve days at a again, the spray freezing to tfecm and .. After the attacked, the only remedy in his community. He receives the aid suit begun against a former lover for will not venture to suggest anything just you come with me and 1 11 show Ol gln.V il.ogui "time. The thermometer registered on causing them intense sun'eriugJNight colored light wool, and which has been found tolerably sure is and moral support of the clergymen breach of promise. "He promised to touching pronunciation, the methods June SO the highest temperature at came on, one of inky darknessand the you where to get some good ap- or mushroom olive Velvet collar, Cllfls, bleeding. I have never lost a case and the educators of his region. The marry mc four times," she said, "but lurk irrpim nr of which arc still more numerous. Iady Franklin Bay which wo knew wind threw heavy 'floes together, and ples; but mind you don't let the old anil parcment- -' braided with gold. where bleeding could bo done, but in farmersand townspeople buy of him be- he hasn't kept his Word, and my affecman know,' meaning Mr. Irving himThe place has a most flourishing aspects was fifty-tw- o during our stay. It crash after crash of ice breakiu" over The fan must match the toilet and advanced stages the blood is thick and cause he supplies them with what they tions are all blighted." "How much Not only do the citizens dislocate theit above zero. The lowest was in their own floe warned the men "death self. Tho elsewhere. ,iit the o casion. There are race fans, dark and will not flow. In bleeding, can not purchase its little library of damage do yon wish to claim?" said jaws in attempting to pronounce the " Well, Mr. Irving used to say, tell Fobruary, 1883 sixty-si- x degrees below was near to them. No manknew at and dinner fans. cord the neck of the animal tightly well homestead without the polite lawyer, fan- -, "Well. I was name of their island, but they also aczero, in this February our mercury what minute the Hoc mightbreak up ing the story, 'the little scamp brought the life but no p parlor, and theater fans, Le car-- down toward the shoulder, when ihe works pertinent to hardly toled under blighted four times, and I think 100 a complish the ame thing by ehew-inme to the very best tree in my orchard be found blight is none to much." froze aud remained solid for fifteen tnfl lht w.ilir nnmilf them. peaceful roof is vein will fill above the cord and how that Fans should novor So suit wan of gum produced species days. The mercury in tho thermometer The first faint light of dawntshovved ' nd thor we filled our pockets together church fans. distinctly. Over this tho fleam shoild in the Great West With the best entered at i?4C0 damages for four ine a , called is . ncu 10 uiiuivu. i.;i the island, which invariably rose during storms or high that little remained of the floeon which and ate our till 01 mv very best apples, of his locality urging him on, blights. Troy Times. vwju-- a o.u be held and given a sharp blow with a thought The Empre of und Wc got on very well together, and I mastic The Levantine lad'es are inwinds. The highest barometer was they were. The sea washedauother evcrcises is well known. stick to make theopeninginto the vein. with a high grado of phy-icordinately fond of this mastis, and relconstantly inches, the lloe close to them. Closer it ctme and believe it's the only case I ever heard in all slightly above thirty-on- e - The Herald of Peace, tri i;.r f ish an invitation to participate in a. organized a school of fenems foi The bWdimr should be copious and the with a generous patronage is no won twenty-nin- e ..,.., rl( in innm t p.ssel O tO be responding to his eftbrts, it below oi were a man participated in tho has lowest slightly at last at the won! the men succeeded i thirtv-si- x cases in which ladies at Vienna. 1 he art is Klrmri K considcra- was ieorted to successfully arhitrotirm chewing and sipping soiree at one of inches. The greatest variations were in getting upon it The storm slowly robbery of his own orchard.' "Chris-subside- d voiid" pracuccd coosiderably by I rench ladies, sure how much is taken, as a little blood der the book agent has won s bv variotu thecatesas much as tho average Aracr- 01 tnon in winter. The electrometer, an inand they again landed row on irom tne ioremost puoii-iierand all Frenth actresses handle the makes a great show if left to common tion world and grateful admiration from nations as a means of arraiigiuf differ- ican "in noes an :..:. ..t... i . Mr. rA m mvnauuu strument used to ascertain the presence Esquimaux Point, "near Baini's Inlet, tho of a ences since the year 1791. In" fifteea Ten rars a thero. wer6 only 150 foils with skin.new colors found .in fal the ground.or Two thirds cream tournament. This is the of electricity, was eet up, bat not the September 2D. Here winterTqn3rters i bo taken; the most eminent authors. These aro of these caes Great Britain pailful, six eight, should Some of the wasaparly, puuusueu. m .iapan; now gum cnewers. Natives svr armed slightest results were obtained. The were built, and scouts were seat m Cape nutria, castor, beaver. Colo- if hlfiil till ihpv ,. .... - - s'amw. it will do no j facts. They can not be laughed down the United States tn twenty of them, 2.000. Th wnrwfarfnl nroc?- - velvets arc -- -tbera ,arre upon the boat nnd peddled it to displays of aurora were very good, but Isabella o.l Cape Sabine, cigai bsrm. The head sEould be showered -- Chicago Current. a f0w , madura. and Havana and France in hvc. rado, I bought deck not compared with those seen at Disco days they returned, but htr report ress of daPan ,s no longer a mystery. browns: also seal and mink fur shades, until rvilrl water orbafrs of ice appred A Brooklyn man. with an eve to soihe as souvenir. It is not a verv , Island or Upernavik. So far as Greely sent a thrill of horror to evS-.- honrt hazel, a nut shade, and iron rust toil. Move the bowels by uhy-ioA man in Leeds, England, says h . originality, committed suicide by looksavory article, if Lam any judge, and I could observe, bo crackling sound Ignorance of reading and writing i,mivn. vert de irris crcsson, and drachm of calomel or a lo-- n of At Cape Isabella and Cane ifctne there until he ran build a ship which will cross lb made a desperate ctlbrt to Ilk ing himself up in his were found oay eighteen hii&Jred ra- is so prevalent in Mexico that the the displays, and the )iKN. E. Uotnwj bronze shades of grccu, and eoqueeot, irean in thre&dv." froze to death. Brooklyn Vnion. L Ihr. is an established institution or poppy red. .V. Y. Sun. phape was that of a ribbon. The tions and from Garlingtoi'slj-ecordwriter .southwesterly horizon was the quarter they Icarced the fate of UStpVoteu. of tno country. Chicaao Journal. base-baU- -f Ajy.ady-Lpuiktfy- Of all thy hopes Is It just to stand On some high point of Fame' lair kind? To look, with tho pride or On tho Sower plaue of lives still spont Tn vain attempts t raise alnvo Their harder lot? Full well we lovo The summit air of praise But millions strivo who aro not nerved To lofty courage by loud applause. Canst thou then see some righteous cause Why thou sbouVdnbo exempt from ills That others suSer? Sorrow kills Only tho weak. The bravo endure. And fl nd for every woe a en re In prayerful patience and active taitb. Be not dismayed! No power but death Can check the onward steps of tboso Who strive for heights of calm repose iruAln the zduI. And we do hope That far beyond our earthly vope Lies hills of peace that Life conccaU: Transnzurea mounts that Death reveals. O. learn to know tho just decree Of Naturo and of Destiny; And though they bold thee lone in thrall, Tbou'lt Heavenward climb in spito of all. Ella A. Gilts, in the Evening Wisconsin. t, 5, struggling- heart and W hispcr to mo the final cloudol soul. goal la which the highest displays were seen. EvcH' one knew death must come to Nare? reported in that no shadow neaty all of the party long before a was cast bv the aurora, but Greely says ho distinctly observed his shadow cast by it. There were no electrical disturbances save thoso manifested by rumbling, distant thunder heard twice in tho far away north. In the course of the tidal observations made, a very interesting fact was discovered, that the tides at Lady Franklin Bay came from the north, while tho-- e at carno Melville Bay ana I ape from tho south. The temperature of this north tide is two degrees warmer thau that of tho south tide at' Cape Sabine. Why this was, Greely would usiru ill measuui vciuuic uj biaic. uring the ebb and How of the tides a e iron rod, planted iu the mud. The average rise of the soring tides at Lady Franklin Bay was fount to be eight feet. At Cape Sabine thi hifhesr tain's rise, wiw twolvn fotf. Surf was onlv observed twice dcrjbg fixed-gaugW Fire. shippf rescue could force its way into Meivllo Bav. Efforts were ma'dc to sustab the spirit of the men by lectures anu ignt reamng. irn uctooor 10 tne to Cape Sabine. January )s Cross died of scurvy. In April theraions issued daily had dwindled to foir. ounces of meat and six ounces of bread. Man after man died, and all hope had lied when, on May 3, the blast rf the whistle roused the survivors from the lethargy of approaching death. party-removed , tm The Bird JIatlnec. Let ae tell you of a series of matinees I attended this summer, which were given at threo o'clock in tho morn- - Tho following article opens up a very interesting and important Mibjcct. We are glad to call Utentiou to it. We do not quite agree with the writer as to tho time required to grow a piue forest. We once old at auction a pine growth of forty years for one hundred dollars per acre, for the wood standing, without the land. Every now and thon we read of a the in the wood.- - which burn- - up anywhere from a few thousand to a mill on dollars' worth or more of property; but until those ravages were biouirht together su one view, b tho map about to bo published by "the liiited Slatns Census Bureau, it is probable that no one had an adoqiiate idoa of the wide range and tho vast amount of the damage done. Without going into particulars, it is afc to say that 'the prevention of theso hres is one ot the most serum vcoor d -- Ceauniarchals and the Watch THE DAIRY. A vnrtnnr ihn ""Vailk. rrpnm nnil Imllor stinnlri all iistnnior whMTi r?itrtn. h Jcpt as low as siUy-tw- o degrees, at or. as we must now call him. Bcaumar- ofAvv which point," if ever, carbonic chais, lwd sujiplied with watches were acultots develops. ith pure food, the daughters of Louis XV., Mesdames w3rig:th treated, with clean Victoire, Adelaide, Sophie and Louise. difficulty will The Princesses were much taken with P,Ti air bcmorieneed in churning than his manners aud appearance, aud, 011 precautions. learning that he was skilled in the 'fue great bulk of the cheese mado management of the harp, desired to into consumption in such an im- - take lessons from him. Here was in!e nttfl imlicTfti.t5hli nnmlilinn ;v tn deed an opportunity to push bis fortune beprjjudiciai, in a measure, to health, at Court He entered heartily into the anil nuch of its usefulness is thereby scheme, and used all his eudeavors to consequence is that chuese is ingratiato himself with his royal pupils. nitettonly half its possible value by Carefully repudiating the position of a the j public Cheese, properly mado mere paid music master, he would re- and Uoroujrhlv cured to render all its ceive no remuneration lor uia services, suhfftuce available for food, has and often incurred considerable ex- leva'ueof meat for sustaining penso in purcnasing instruments anu is f illv as iiasilv iISti stcd and music for which he wasnot very promptkl?if.i...-.- . 0..,.., r..r,ii ly repaid. Ho soon became the chief i are mauv rvosum fto ;" u.. director and performer at the weekly yj rBr m fspKr's Tacatlon iiaiUmttouSijiJt.va Ie-- ic Robin-Redbrea- st tr sea-leve- l, foar-poun- d liie-weo- d Lock-wood- broad-leave- d J ll -- ' ctun-tanoes, re-ni-ts j j - j ! ; -- of-lin- ; iinpa--ionat- pre-wln- lo wind-roCke- d - who is The University of Heidelberg ha in love with refused a donation of 5,000, bec,ustJ ? aora), rites a the condition was attached mat women u armer'3 BfeA? should be admitted to tho jniversii) follows "You knoMC.tJ'fit toy birthday, and course Th Into ttenresiitative. D. C. Hm- ing it; though I I have been but my mother kcll, is honored" in the r.aming of tho told have not ay. I have got ray Indian school at Lawrence, Kan. Ihc that it is my yt and am takim? a school will be known hereafter as the up squar work ying and mowing Haskell Institute. vacation. A you know, there is is all done The Swedish Government has apfarmer. He can pointed a committee to revise the OKU citiite a lull fo rest and have a Testament. The revised version ot tne compose hint good time gen New Testament is finished, and is used wr my general in families and schools: "Now. fie wt of the way this round of ch of tho Irish language is Tho jbutau anthem of becomingstudy morning (wh popular among the many "Joy celebration. 1 iov). Icomni Irishmen in this conntry. In most of the went ami h fMr. A. get in six large cities thore are classes organized I don't think, bo- - for the purpose. largo loads ol Chicago Journal. qwitc so dangerous twixt the two The. little il: ud or Atafu. in the i'ltie. but it beats i- as the ipnlv pyjeja South Seas, i said-toSSAtttllWHWWIWMPIrVMrlOJiJSnnrf in one fottrTtlroAtTUiarr t he rT s in T?h"istianounfry,inthworld.Tery, of the a Mro,.hiv"iie hm-- . It is better butter. the Dauphin, and a few favored court- forty tenpins. Well, attergctting m tho adult on the island is of member faith. Ho was thus brought into close oats, I came home and thought 1 had church on confession au,ionc prime reason for its being bet iers. tho Tho theory that a boy may be tor it, because lie man who okikc- - mo contact with all the membersto of re- celebrated almost enough, aand would be take the rest of the day in quiet wav popped into a' school, liko corn in a bultir docs nut own the mdk. and there- royal family, and soon came garded by them as a privileged individ- with my mother. In "the neantime 1 mill, to come out, after a time, ready fore ias to stand the criticism of ual, so much so that on one o n took my horse and went out and ran for use. has been exploded by tho sad do furnish I it When a man has who tho King, wishing to hear him play tho the cultivator between all the rows of experience of nearly all that have tried IO11 person- - wondering win he fifty or him down in tho1 my potato does not get tho highest market price harp, obliged and to sit the Dauphin woodchuck, field, and tried to shoot a iL Boston Budget. that but he was too ittick for is very apt to do it. royal chair; With just as much significence as for his butter. whose frank, blunt disposition BeaiW me. Then I concluded to sit down and can be crowded into current facts, and When' the butter maker owns all the marchais respected anil appreciated, talk with mother. So 1 took tho milk with iust as much emphasis as can be milk he is too easily satisfied with tho used to say: "He is the only persoi nail (after I had rone and cut a wheel laid on providential events, God is afof butter. Prairie qualify of his wake who speaks the truth to me." Such i. barrow load of grass way down side of firming that tho great ends sought by Fanner. high degree of favor shown to one wlb the road next to Mr. A.'s pasture bars, the missionaries of the Cross, here and Every year the line is being drawn had so recently occupied a very hun-bl- e for the horse) nnd went down to there and everywhere", in all the ends morotlosefv about dairy products, aud position naturally excited mutli the pasture and milked the cows, and of th'e earth, arc those which are, incieaeli5$ucceediug year brings an and brought clown on did the rest of the little chores, aud dentally at least most helpful to 'the s demand for strictly all sorts from tie mother. came demand for tho jealous courtiers. of insultsperpetuaEy then intend bick to talk withvacation for interests of trade and commerce. rade) and a weaker He was to continue my "I poorii ones In all probability the The supply of woman teachers for bcing annoyed by covert sneers at ti a number of weeks, and enjoy myself time B not far distant when it will bo lowly origin and connection with trade, as I have the English schools under the School theharvest ilmol impossible to dispose of jwor and on ono occasion, as he was leavilg comes, I shall be in When trim, bright Board is unequal to tho demand. good all, except a grease, and at the royal apartments, a noblemau in as a now dollar, butter at and ready to settle into The dearth of assistants is, to some exNotwithstanding all sultingly asked him to trroaJ prices. repair a watdi the harness again. I am going visiting tent, due to so many giving up the That asaid against imitation butter, it that had stopped. Beaumarchais forenoon up to Mr. B.'s, to school desk for matrimony, but an even. is a with that the meanest, filthiest was a long links help him get in his oats. I helped Mr. greater reason is the exceedingly eevere replied that it imitalbn of all is made from genuine since he had given up all work of tlut A. throw off a couple of loads early in preliminary examination which the but in such a slovenly, oovv'lfnilk. young girfteachers are now required kind, and that he had consequently lok manner that all value and his skill. When, however, the othSr the morning. "ilv goodness! how lovely it would to pass. trace If gonuiness has boon eliminated. continued to press the matter, he too be to have a dear wife to enjoy my vaBy the last census there is one (J the o of oatmeal for cow.s up the wntch, which was a very valu- cation with me; but I have no ono to Protestant Evangelical Church locvcry ;iw '1 dairv writer, mention is not able one, and opening it as if to exant-in- blame for that but myself, for we all .r)73 of the population in the South, ofton$niadein thi- - country: but when the works, let it fall. Turning to know that the farmer can have the ob- while in the West tho average is about spoktia of it is always with praSo. the disconcerted nobleman he said: "I ject of his heart's adoration by asking." one to every 1,00 , and in the great 1 hat I is better than eornmeul there warned you, Sir, that I was now very cities of the North one to aoout every Boston Transcript. cau 6 no doubt; it is richer in both unskillful." and. with a bow. walked 3.000. In view of this show the Nashville albuminoids and fat, and the usefulFamous Bronze Boors. Advocate pronounces " l Christian oil. He at lengtli found it necessary td ness of these two nutriments, and view of the iiiattcr that inhave recourse to stroug measures in "a curious the former, for making milk, is order to put a stop to the frequent inAmong the monumental works in duces our brethren in the North to ex-- , showifnot only by the results of sults to which he was subjected, and he bronze which emanated from Constan- pend a large amount of money on the careful" experiment!, but by tho challenged ono of his tormentors. Tho tinople some of the most remarkable South as a mission field." aekuwledged usefulness of oilcake duel took place at Mention, without are the bronze doors vv hich decorated For many years the deaf mutes of meall Whore this meal is Used freely seconds, and Beaumarchais wounded several of the Italian churches, pore London have been taught in eight of there would be less use for oatmeal; his opponent mortally. This might particularly those which are enriched the board schools with the other chilbut umler some circumstances it might have been a very serious matter, tor with inlays of silver. The church of dren. They have a separate classsubstituted for the victor as well as for vanquished, but San Marco possesses one brought from room, but "during vacation they run be aJrantngeoii-l- y bran to the lavorite mixture for cows of for tho gonero-it- v of the dying man, Constantinople, and which originally about aud play with their more fortu-natlmtists meal and bran. who, during the few days he survived, adorned the church of Santa Sophia, They arc taught to fellows. firmly refused to disclose the name of and like the bronze horses, was brought speak, and to answer, and understand s Butter. Maklnjr to Venice as spoils of war in 1204. speech. A training school of this kind his antagonist. Cornhill Muqtiztnc. Other doors worthy of mention aro should be established in alLtho princiPro?. L. B. Arnold, who boar.- - tho tho-- e at Amain, in the Duomo, San pal cities of the Union without delay. one of the most reputition of being Strange Antipathies. Salvadore di Bricto. Atraui, the Bene- School Journal. and successful exports in tho dictine Church at Monte Cassino, and dairy 5usiuess, lay- - down the following The following are .a few of the more nlmreli nt Monte S.intniiTfilo the tirst-clarCXHEXT PARAGRAPHS. maxiris in reference to making of that unac- la-- t four examples were all the gift of striking manifc-tation- s tatter: countable feeling of antipathy to cer onu family. .uau bo mAi Pantaleoni of Amalfi. . To make the lino-- t flavored tain objects to which so manv porons r'nicn of Sfin jau rjtAaamaZ&T'mR' miarentlyheaii-.avsr-beal- s , ; .f AvoiingDiatfiH-feecount- m ves-se-2- ?' l3 with-oiigsc- ch - mssmsffm th-is1 t bc 1 ca-io- Beaa-marcha- is tirst-cla- to-da- j-. -- ti-- o o First-Clas- ss il. J I -- Trtct!nttaUcTOLowjsj2 1 I Jiv-tr- l:? v. ... 1- 1 tiv',. i im, 'J. 11 m 11 ' pffi-rc- ' -- i . jwx-senge- rs Lock-steam- ed , y. San-toge'- lo i- i i -- i- one-four- th Bas-co- m; a-s- rod-wid- e, I re-w- as bare-arme- d, p, L ; 1050-107- 2. ., "- 1 - 1 - j i fed-low- ed on-io- - i- .unnus-C:.rlhag- -- n ed -- half-submerg- rc eon-ejjuo- nt - d ia lo-e- enthti-siastna- nd es qm-stio- u s. r- 1 re's 1 Hi-cla- ss ' mi-te- ii;ius i3winvu. m re-ort- ed -- de-.gre- cs io"-att- ball-roo- i I na, o- Au-tn- a, self-respec- t, al r -- -' - -- - at'n I "'" 1 ... para-di-e- of -- j. .ln . --. ..-.- d r--- o pa-seiig- -a op-o- m gen--or- al letter-- ice-ch- -- it Times-Democru- s 1 ".I K ." 1; ??. ."mBasmti FZLM?KmaM g",-- " - -- ! 1 Jr. TEETSOTH TOOK STOCK. f was wftli Blaine," the stranger said. SaM tbe editor: "Say no more, Hut rent you tbero hi mr easy cbair, t lTo met you, I think, before." You were with ulaino In Congref s.you aay when full and fame cast hi lance, TUo Plumed Knight from Maine." 1 was not there," said the njred man, "But I was with Maine: you know, ""o ooth took stock In Little Hock Ttras quite awhile ago." New York tba RepUM:n money kings Ournob'eJaraeG. II la 1 no, w bueli a disregard of public decency must bo Then the editor epakc him never a word. But he heaved a grentlu slph. rcuuh.eu. A veni;..f 0f tne pcopiu And now they know each other not, against Blaine wilt i, vrdict ajralnst Vhictqo Mail. Or speak as they pass by. dishonest Government I' wi!' Puruy LVca Olrver. If tho Republican party can not the political atmosphere. get a new Blaine it certainly must find o: Blaine must , ithdraw. The a new plume. Tho old one is sadly beTreasury riunlcrinj crime of a digracef id nnd corrupt nom- smirched and bedraggled. Lotus In his lame attempt to answer the ination has boon ..Emitted. The a new plume. Itulvmn Sent inch hae fcathing indictment brought by Carl guilty parties niu,t be ms,le t0 cu,l,re Blaine's war record seems to be a Schurz against the Bepublican party the punishment .v. Y. H'orrf. little troublesome. As he was called Comiecticut, brings ".Major" down in Kentucky, why out the w comparison between A Forecast doesn't he take the title again and several Administrations as to cost of collecting the revenue, and loss in receivTho outlook of the Democracy and the assume a war record, if he has it not? u Vol. ing and disbursing the same. The losses free Republicans on the Presidential The Philadelphia l'rc sas that on receipts, he points out, under Tavlor. campaign is more favorable now than $2.07 per Sl,0iX); under Pierce, 7.2; tho prospect of ani-- other party in Au- - its candidate. Blaine, "has been tried under Buchanan, 3.16; under Lincoln, was. wiurii miccb'mui ni us .Speaker, Senator and Secretarv of 1 es. we believe he has been ?S.37; under Grant, 1.27; under the polU, iu November tH ihtf election ' state. Haves, two cents per Sl.OOu, and were to be held Blaine and Lo-- 1 tried in all thoe portions, but has al- . . . s under Arthur, during the first two gan wouiu .uarvlv carrvninc states out ...... - dodged a verdict by means of years of his Administration, six mills of the thirty-eigh- t. chai.ee for unstroke. or something of tint sort. Tbr per S1.000. any larger number tb:iii?sat is at presAs to tho disburse'I he idea of changing Blaine for ments the average loss, ho savs, under ent extremely uufavorable- a new man seems to be gaining ground all Administrations prior to 1861, was Events which hayej&cctirred. "tid in a quiet way anions' the sober and $5.11 per $1,000. Tho average since evonts which assuredly will occur, justify best thought of I he country. It is the lias been thirty-nin- e cents per 1,000, the assert'on that tho Denioeratie vote, last desperate chauce let the Renublie- and this, he thinks, shows "how tho with substantial so id it; will be cast an party. Edmunds and Losrau miirh Republican party has plundered the for Cleveland and Heniincks The ef- pull through, Cincinnati Enquirer Treasury" meaning, of course, in his fort to divert to Blaine fportion of the Cleveland's letter, altogether, is sarcastic way, that these figures are a Labor vote was no sootier made than it excellent. No laboring man reading conclusive answer to the charge that the failed. It resulted infishowing that this letter and with Bu Republican party has plundered the Blaine was a millionaire uy the grace ler's published comparing it can fail to yesterday votes, see that with Cleveland, and Treasury. of corrupt contracts. jTu'ud-fo- r Demo- There are some facts in relation to of marketed mus.ol siibVvdies Irom i eratie party-- back of him. liesthe onlv the g Government and collec- corporations and of pe illation in all hope ot the workiugclasoes. LonsiiUc tion of revenues which make these fig- the powers of tho trtisus which he has Cirttner-Jour- n l. monopolist and a rascal ures misleading as evidence of the com- betrayed. A Recently the parative economy in conducting the does not commend hinneU to the nice ; vigorously duuounced Chicago Tribune Ben Butler for who honestly toil. Xhe other effort, to Government before and since the war. ha.ing fought the Thurman act. A lit- citfren- - to suppoit But conceding for tho sake of argument get foreign-borhas that they show accurately the avoninc Blaine, aLo failed. Neither the lrih tie investigation Blaine disclosed the fact that .James G. also reolulely reKuow-Not- h loss during tbe two periods compared!?: nor the Germans want a ng is worth while to examine them to see and a Prohibitionist, and BlaineS denial sisted the passage of that important Butler what else they suow. that he was citherhas but ihustratcd the bicasure. delectable and Blaine are a Do they show, for iustance, that the versatility of his mendacity. Every brace of Cleveland's letter is a model in Democratic Administrations before the endeavor to divide or reduce the Demo- its. brevity; yet it covers the ground adwere dishonest and incapable cratic ote has failed. Leaders or because tho loss undo- - them was would-b- e leaders who are hostile or hike-- 1 mirably. From oeginuing to end the greater than under the Republican Ad- warm to Cleveland and Hendricks will-b- earnestness ami sincerity ot tho man are apparent. It shows his thorough run over by the rank and tile. ministrations sim-- that time? If they ' Governor Cleve- appreciation of the responsibilities of do they also show that tho Lincoln The 1 ne of the Presidential office, and betokens the Administration and the Grant Adminis- land ha, also collapsed. Koi week it business-lik- e manner in which, if clect- tration were dishonest and incapable; was confined to generalizations. When ed, ho will address himself to the work for the contrast in their losses in col- they were reduced to particular.-- , the lection- and disbursing, tin? rirnnna ...... particulars we c found t be lies. The of administering the laws. Ictroil Free ...v vivb.iu mil n tho losses incurred under Hayes and j lies bate recoiled on their uithors Gov- - IK . - Mr. Bla'ne is the flower and fruit Arthur is more violent than tho con- - ernor L'levelanu's record, for instance. Kepublicauism in its fallen estate, trast between the averaccs of Demo- relative to legislation for workwomen n cratic and Republican administration. has been found to comprke more Tegis- - He re, resents u party that has for the labor.ng cla-- s than lias rendered all its principles lo its Governor Hawlcy and his partv are chargeable to the record of all peas. Of the vital spirit that animated wclomo to all the" comfort they can find in the figures viewed in that aspect. other Governors, pa-- t or present, put it iu the days of Abraham Lincoln not a I Jlore important still, do the" figures together. IPs record on behalf f park remains. It is dead and rotten, show, or tend to show, that the later American citizens aoroad has been di- -- and the Chicago undertakers in tendor- Kepublicnn Administrations have hon- - covered to he replete with an eoual lovo wg uininc tne nomination mcrei eon estly conducted the Government and or libertv and for law. His opponent's demncd litiin to drar around a cornse. that tne Republican party has not roi'ord is very bruve -- in a lettar of Lruok'yn Eugle. plundered the Treasury?" The answer acceptance to catch votes. Elsewhere A Pathetic Appp.il. to this must be that the" figures neither it has been full of evidence of a desire show nor tend to show anything of the to let unjustly imprisoned foreign-borThe most paUiotic picture of modern citizens rot in British jails, to diseunblc kind. the It is of common notoriety that during thom from returning to the United" ' times is furnished in and apfieals of newspapers the two last, Administrations, with.their isfcitc? to vote the Democratic ticket. Republican conimitteos It touches the hardest exceeding low ratio of loss per 1,000, as Janie- - Russell Lowell, as an English for mouey. has been outdone by .lames hoart and harrows up the most stubshown by the Hawley figures, thcTrca-u- ry fet lings. Here is the "great G. Blaine. ; born has been more cruelly plundered party" On the contrary, the expo-ur- e than at any per'.od of the country's hi of the freedom that "saved the Union," "gave to four million slaves," and tory. Wo do not speak now of extrav- public lconl of Blaine has been truth-- 1 agance in appropriation and expendi- Hilly fatal to him at every point. lie did over so many more good things, ture, thouch that, in its way, is a plun- was, as a Maine politieiaiu lir- -t aKnow-Nothiu- g with tho .sweat of the death agony and afterward a rascalh As-- 1 Mandinr out in great drops on its tine dering of the Treasury which makes no and threatened with annihilation-- all show in tbe Hawley ligures. We re:er sumoiymau. tie men oceanic a claim facefor the want of a little money. And, to tne open and outrageous steals ot grabber for railroad sharks, ami the ac-- 1 ... which the btar IJoute robbenes u ero coropnce ot Mmon l ameron in t e as the Montana cowboy said lo tho Bosxm the "matter of a piscrimes which drove" the latterout of the ton tender-foo- t flagrant but not lonely cvample-- . War Department. He then sot elected ' tol, When you want it. you want it With the general history or these rob- beries the public has long since become to Congress from a venal district, and bad" so the Republican 'party wants years he jobbed the Claims ( om- - money or.--e than it ever did before. acquainted. Routes let by contract for smflll ammintc warn ciiluiiiniAtiMi- .ml tlllltPP Ytil lliA nnmtirt!it!iinj fVtmmit- - ' It wants it so "bad" that it isn't fraudulently "expedited," as it was tec in the interest of his pocket. As jlsamei1 lo say o. In its extremitv it "No tllC sense of deceucv. Sniutlcpr. fnv siv oiM lm aw .litf .xf il. nai1 olloil ntiit" h. nm.-nTft ... . m. .. . in.frpil monilTonnt t.i,t nitnf Krm,rvl, . v. .AiSrrT L3w!: me ulc l,"l-,.vi. i.... hhuuu " iicaouij vuutiiiwiisiv increased, .irfll,. congresses A "i u'l-- v reoir .uooil- - z.r"- ana the hero aud bene- - "'": appoai to yinpntny moro proht being divided between the con- - ier than tractors. Republican officials and man- - hciary of the Mulligan letter-- , the only ab'ectly double-leade-it does. Here is a sample editorial in the agers of the Republican eampa'gn. In I epistles ou record in which a rascal has tram a the Dorsey-Brad- y combination there i not ine to virtue even the poor Cincinnati ilgCummercfof Gazelit; n cm not be carried on without "A cunp were acconling to the testimonv taken homage ot his depravity nioiicj. There aro documents to be circu- before the investigating committee one In .1... Department ..t blate he sought nunureu ana thirty tour cases ot "ex- to employ the power of tin- - "rcat Re- - lmiA- - II is not p00'1 policy to pay men for iiiuijii einjrcncs. pedited" routes. As to nineteen of ptiuli ; on behalf of a miserable niinuo but It would not beuna inissnouK noi oounne. fair to ask jrentlemen. bo lha--c the testimony was exceedingly claim, while public attention was ab are worm uavintr, 10 come into tne Stato Mnd fare full and explicit. It showed that upon sorbed in the case of a dyinsr and mur- - pay their own (OJ.Ofland hotel bills. Republican voters in There arc contracts originally let under competi- cereu unci .uagisiraic Ohio. Tlieprioeof aclajsof ber or a cljrar These fa is are sinking deep into the fro'H each would be a (rood campaign fund. tion to the amount of 41,1W, there jrive a was a net increase, without any compe- public mind. The impres-io- n ihey are If individuals do not feel able to ffivlnp dollar, let ttn or twenty c uh tojrether. H e or tition, of Upon these nine- making ensures every enlightened, ten cents each. It Mould be u Rood thing tj say citizen's 'ote for ( le eland, be able to uponthat tho campalarn had been teen contracts alone the Government voluntary contributions." was robbed of nearly half a million: j It is disreputable to be a Blaine man. conductod It is and the aggregate plunder in the entire It is getting to be recogn'z :l to be so. It not to impossible, while reading this, wonder why tho party is so hard one hundred and thirty-fou- r cases can In more di.ricult to get Blaine newspanot have fallen short of L00!.0Oi. pers to examine the public record of pressed for monev now, for the first ulS man than it is to getgantlcmen to ND,c,ocrat,c Whatever shortage there ma v be is more than made up by the amounts drawn --through the of a lll.v. . party not rob from the rreasury to pay lawyers for Those paper? know that he uunc m so conducting the prosecution of the Ihev realize that it is not within the Star Route thieves as to insure their c- - resources of ingenuity to make the frcta ous campaigns? Is it because the Star- route ring with stealings, cape. (one- - and the whisky its S 10,000.000 S7,00D,0U0 j in his case appear tolerable ring with its t" An because this immense amount of queutly they have taken to empty an. insign'fioant .racf'on of tho eation of the Democratic partv'aud to stea ngs. are a little too fresh in the public total amount does not show as plun- - thc P'yin oi unnanieable abominations to theserecollection to make a new rt methods of gett ng an electionAs a result, the Cleveland deron the Government books, Repub- - a?:i mas-e- s Democracy were eering fund admissible at this time? Otof the lican orators have the brazen cllVonterv sturdy to prate of the party's honesty and j never so united and determined. The is it becau-- e s the banks and millionaires of to thc books as proof thereof. Indepcndt nts were" never so combined and such a hard time the East arc having of it in takincr lillions have been paid out in fraud of "gainst the Republican partv. The free . ..1.1? - so numerous care ot themselves that thev can not l. !, cijuu.ieaus nvn: me liuouc nave actuatiu ncen stolen as . r much as if a burglar had feloniously or o resolved to aid the reform emoc- - 5P:i!0ineir aecuuiomctl donations to tho cracked the Government vault and racy. Ihe foreign-borcitv.cn- - of all Republicanism is burely in distress made off with the treasure- - and be- nolit'cs were never so committed to the when it begs for "the price' of a glass Democra-- y as now. cause an ingenious system of bookkeepof beer." Why does it not call on t' Republican ofliccholdcrs.cornuit ing accounts for it all and the books balance, we are disked to believe that busses conspiring lordly millionaires who have made their beaten (.ranks, howling dynamiter-- , roarin" swollen fortunes out of thc partv? Why there has been no thc.'t not the head of the ticket for It will not do Mr. Hawiev and Mi. i omniunists, chevaliers of indu-tn- . n Senators for slcurs the other Republican'stnmn ora- - professional crooks, and tho victim- - of S50.UOO: a each: tho navv contractors, tors. The people raav not understand Inc weaknesses, tne v.ces and the inher- the Indian ringstcrs and "tne protected r all the intricaaes of bookkeeping but Hancc which outlaw men. for cau-tor Ilk amo!mVs consideration, are sup- - (J; l"'"".7, 'they do know that, whatever thobooks 'ro' w- Ul V'jo, " t, sav .the arm of the Rcimblican Hlvinir to the Blaine canvass all its ac- - . J. """-"o j has been in the Treasury up to the s'houf- - tivity nnd making it as as its IJ i 'ie out of the salary of der. ,JSxehanga. noisv. The earnest, lioues, laborio.s, an olnce ho was never entitled to? St. i ...i patriotic torces siaoie, scrupulous ami Louis JlepiiUiran. A Xot Improbable Eren'. in citizenship, whether that Art tti'n ui ...Linfilll iv . v llllit . wi uobnu I l n lt . A Vital and Lnng-Liv..cumiine louwmg iwauuie mine Governor 'Cleveland. Tho -- rcat m Pari v. ' Jority for true ra y and reform, ' The Tribune Demo savs "the Dfiinnprntta n on party an.! will acvolZl whh". ,'itl' '" party has been tho National nuisance n uroujiiii and its disruption will render possible Dem- an organization on the basis of sincere auu liuniwrill. i Xllfl beliefs." intr. with Inmrfnfosnn.i ouraiic canuiuaies ticads. "whether tho man itn iw mmln tn witii. ,n..il mli.,,ir.nft1 .Kiliy.Tnrv ovi.l l...n Tho Democratic party whc,hcr "Morable' in iuenccs in jiolit c" light for since organized political has lived ever SoHt.lfbc divisions were Coveland, and his election, by an un- - first known in this country. There would be no sense in the with- It has outdn.wal of a candidate from a canvass Iccedented ma ority. is constantly in- lived Federalism, Whiggery, and by a" the ovideucej. visible in which is every dav improvin-- ' and in VcaUHl It will follow to the grav which the probabilities of success aro ?ne canrass. Aloanj Argus. their combined product. Republicanism. I all in h:s favor. The publication of The Democratic party, although out Miort and SHt'l't. buch nonsense is a proof of the utter de- of power, has been the Nation's safety. ppair of the Blaine party. They have Tlie formal letter of Mr. Hendricks, Tho election of Horatio Seymour as not a single sound and sensible argu- accenting the Democratic nominutiou Governor of Ne York in 18 2 gavo a ment with which to sustain their cause, for and sweet. check lo the reckless greed of the wnr nd hence aro driven to falsehoods, per- brief but ex'prcssive. is shortletter i. even contractors and to the autocratic spirit sonal slanders and such balderdash as more formal than is Tlie in such cases, ' wnicu wouiu nave mint up a despotism usual the above. but it is rendered so bv the fact that ' on the Nation's afflict ion. TheinHueiwe ' Blaine's withdrawal from the unfor- - Mr. Hendricks .publicly accepted tho of Tildcn in 1X71 and 187b' killed the muaiu i.nuvass mio wuicn ne was en- - nomination a few hours alter the ad- - third-termovements which wopld I .1 .! ....di. uesjiuu nis oesponuenc predic- - journnwut of the convention, ami sealed ' "ave given us practically a dictatorship lions of certain defeat in the e ection. lis acceptance by imenin" the cam- - in plate of a Republic. The vitality before the Chicago Convention assera- - jaigu j Ind strength of the DemocracvHhave cliaractcristie h bled, would not cert unly meet approval f.vt'iiness. He the "ate the...icue to !,... exercised the restraining power oWcar . in the "inner Circles of Blaineism. lnn....... Rennhlioan wl.ioh hnf i.:o. . i mini- riiiiii h iL'inc cni , under lis for such a ct.rb would have stolen tno nour to this thc Demoeral.-JuT.eldership, have had the Repu.licins wholo L tilted States Treasury as well (r-W-o the defensive. Mr. Blanc thought as the Presidency. TS? n.ato,Mood,u,' or any hope to socu If the Democratic party had not been lo change the bv wi?nr from an upright candidate like Senator , the Ind anap.41 beliefs it would not libel, but based on for tdmunds? What influence cculd the his sensafonal order failed have survived nearly a tpiarter of a i.iuireMuuuuuwan nonesi ttepui)- - u, nrodue" the .Hfl,.f ;ts author m- - century of defeat and be in condition toaded it should. Mr. Hendricks also now to meet and vanquish the Repubdesperate ami, almost hopeless right for tvoc occasion, campaign lican party with its army of officeplunder-lha- n the death warranc of a was fairly open, before the little Bil.y holders and its unlimited command of to clean Administration. money. Yet Blaine's flight from the caavass Chandler a lesson ia political polemics, The Democratic party may be a and the result is that l.ttle Billy Iihs not is really feared. He it known to Lo r nuisance in the Irilunt'x estimation. It oeentpuDiiclV beard from since. terribly depressed. He . is begging .for is a nu saace to dishonest officials, to , . . a ..wn. UUL ta .7. flfCXllLIVIUltu ' J VBBV lO UTB I 19 OU'n ; H. hoc uteuus. He will be heird from a great demagogues who would mislead tbe ..r :: combined with the Constitutional people, to political tricksters of all de- many i and dare uot leave Maine over.- - times before the campJigu is ' scriplions, to the monopolists and mon-- ! Atlanta Cowiiluiion. for a day. In Connecticut his nuppo t ey kings and the enemies of tho Repub- era go down iu their Stato Convention It U lwginuiUo- to dawn upon th lie. luit it is a glonons nuisance which before the lanees of the Independents. niiidi.of tbe ltepblTcan mauagjrs that .will combine until its object has been 1b Massachusetts Blaine's only reiance Ohio will go Democratic i ( ctebcraad accomplished. i o Butler's buccaneering arL In thea aain I Torn the Rascals 6ut! X. Y. Horl ut'ereaoer. c the clouds of poliucafrerolutiott gather thick and fast. Blaino's spirit is broken- - Instead of the Knight of the White Flmne ha is now the Knight of Vhite Feather. But Blaine must the be allowed to not withdraw. A candidate honeycombed with official corriinf: has been put forward by a once party for the - -- i' sir pocket. 11 l" lugiiot ollu-- In tl.A I rOLlTICAL roiM& Young Jack Logan is evidently & chip of the old block. Ho uses very Cad language and his father Uses language very badly. If the election were held Ulaino would not carry more than live States. Take 'dm oll'tho ticket. Givo us a clean plume. Cleveland's opponents are not .satisfied with his letter of accentanco. "We violate no confidence" in statins that he did not intend they should Le. to-da- Cnforsorten - Ilbtorj; y 1 ell-wo- rn Bo-to- jru-tuv- er w-- to-d- ar .' -- book-keepin- I n 1 t-. n-a- r as.-anlt-on . -- j , sur-latio- -- ' i n j j lick-.-pittl- e, j ! .....- .'.. i i ! j ' - ff 51 'r.n.!r. f (.,. ! I v '.' tm -- - .j. pe d (iis-emhl- I -- ... , j j j i i 1 && i'l?' isdi-noiic- st. j Pl"s "';.'. . ;.; tRl ,! n,0,. re-o- J vilifi-"loo- I J 1 .... ! 1 in.-- r 1 ! n ... as-ess money-broker- .. ritig-laasfo- rs, half-doe- SH-0.00- i ; e. e n.-irr- " 1 noi-om- "f Sl "..? .I-.- .. lll" ? ThV.., .!,. d"' 9 t . ' ed ! foi Irt imu-n,- I ! Know-Not'iiugis- m. ! I i ' Vice-Preside- nt, m ? . ' ana-wit- . ' llVvyrOUl' i... T' ,"?;.,?. . (i-.- rssr-slifv- teWnic isSuS ,t . -- tJl I - i Cases like these give the public bers or glimpses every once in :i while of the wa public btismes is conducted and ......r y,v ,uc illaino Vnr-- . the" men These who conduct it. rect. and that Mr. recelve7hi. .V.Vr ' glimpses ought to be siillicient to dends on thirty shares did Credit of Block. Mr Ulaine recently. 2S'ilif the people that it is full time that confronted with tbe statement fhn SS i of the Government was proof In the possession of tho nJkes the coutro Ames to show that he (Blaine) was In.P.frf placed in other hands. There i rreat In the Credit --Mobllier.did not "thJS need of honesty and competency in the but replied: Do you suppose tho ehlM service, aud they can not be had Oakes Atnos aro sroln? to make pubKnv-thmtbat will cast everlastlnir disin,c 2 Eublic the Republican party in the name of their rather?" Only a da) or two ago it was i power. When Jay Cooke & Co. ofJPhiladelnht. in October. 1873. their half. discovered that a paper contractor was ruptoy. A list of their assets wiT Vft?!SK Department out cheating the 1 puDiisnea. ana in it appeared an iem f loo n on a mortpajro of the residence of hundreds of thousands of dollars by T G. Blaine. Pliteenth sVreeu Wahi,lS? furnishing j aper far below the re juired of which. togcthVr wiUi ,?Kt0M interest. amounUnir to Si'i standard. This cheating process had claim of about f 10.000, which the ?idh.S been going; on lor a long time Those against Mr. Ulaino. The debt ww it was to eo that the tin. ana not. much pvpr amn ,v.,i .."vupaw whose business tlie iact carao out In 18?.i. that Mr. m hie contract was complied with had wholly badtieen one of tho agents or neglected their duly, lt is certainly Ui. for digposinjr of blocks of seenriuir time for the Republican party to go. hc Northern Vacitlo Hallroad ComS.Le, remembered that a very largenQ-- al Savannah (da.) A taw. tunotint April 1Q V!a It wa aUo On of too greatest sensations in Air.l tlidiitfhtto Binirular that Mr. Illainfc, who was already a verj wealthy man. should hare ppUUcs was produced by the of allowed bis interest money to have Credit Moblller In lu relation lined ot CbuRress, which occurred rturinjrtS!lH;r unpaid for over two years, bornerir st.rpriso tcr ot . WBs also caused by the taut that so shrewd a Burins tlio cr 1ST2. charges were made in certafn ?,gn financier as Mr Kluiiie should haveainoru rapcrs that'Mkes Ames, a member ornSwhr crire on his residence larjrely in exees or tho prcsa troni Ma?u-huett- i co5tl-'C"r'"I'lnjraiueof that residence, i..S? put as this appeared to be a pnvu i' ma-te- r, mind in ihe Lnlon Paclflo ItaUrotl?d,n' no attempt was ever made to ln estimate Priae, had used the stock and dlrtdcndinV6 inside cortionitJon tnnin. n. .V.. It oliciallj Mr. Ulaino has been Riven a treat deal of Mobtller of America to adiancethi. trouble at dilferent times by a record iu a ostsot theenterpri-ointouRrc- s Court, oritrinallv these publication to?a6,hi caso In tho Supreme which heappeuied asfled vent so far names ot tho beneBciaries. Tho )UZ gever.il years ao in the nwnor and recipient ot a ouantitr nf stont or names ivero includotl la tho 1st tne railroad corporation nttcrwarl known as iJiaino. or .Maine; James W. l'atttrnW i tbe Kansas Pacific ltailroad (' mnaiiy. His ! Hampshire; Henry Wikon. cousin, j iiiiuiHs r.wiiiif. oi unio, was one of chusctts; Schuyler i7,M-- " wSiSchuMtu Thomas D. Elitotft, the counsel for this company, 'and lt was an n applicant Tor Congressional ra or. When the L. Davos, of MassachuBetts: Ihrnrh.1'0" t fact tbat Mr. Hlaine's name was down as a reweiu or Massachusetts: John e cipient of the securities or this company Ohio; James A. Garheld. or Ohio? semi-nuthe court proceedWSohoarid. of Penncvaniar Wifc",1? ings, Mr. lilutne Ic through ery nervous became Kelley.ot l'ennsylvania: Tho oharso?nni about it. Kttorts wer inado to have it understood attract much attention at tirst, bUt tbat the recipient or the bonis was John E. while govend or the semlemen men ioned Ulaine, a brother of the Senator, who is now rtcniod that they ever receivea any ftock or bonds of tho Credit .MoMlter tbo a paymaster lu the army. A )ounjr attorney named Knowiton 'now dead; wiio hud uew- ft m n transfer of somo cr these bonds, to Hon it began ' to be understood after tni rin. that dom newbpaporcharKewas the bexhmln"of wh ch Mr. 11 aino was a par'y. In the ottice of tfcwari Itkldie. in thtsclt), hnviiiff ditubjred a verj-- sonoua matter " put to day or the short session ot tbe tho fact. Mr. Ulaine was are now eonsM.rahI. annnjance The faots we!1 bunel lorty-thir- d Conjrres. In December is out of James O. Dlalne. or .Maine, tho bpeal.e'onDO out of surht-- The scandals j; row in - A his dcatinirs with the Little ho k Kurt Hpuo of Keprosentatlvcs, left the ehiir -- mlth Kallway. the Missouri. Kan-a- s A Texas ho called S. b. Cox in his absen Itallway, the I'nt n Pae he Hallway and the taking the lloor. inovoil the appointmbRt a Northern Pacific Hallway, haio cau-e- d the committee to Investigate "accusattoai of niae minor Incidents in tlie public press, founded on allowed teiters career to pass out of his Intriestins' tlnanc nl ot view. or Oakes Amos, a ltepreseutativefrom One or the most annoyhur experiences Mr. and upon tho alleged affidavits of ever had lu re Henry s McCorab. a ciUn of Wdminptoa, Blaine tho Jav Cooke resu ted troni the fall-ur- e or banicintr Doh. to tho etlect that members of the llouM cashier or tbat bank, named concern Tho Huntlnpton, were bribed bv Oakes Ames to perform cer- was intimate with Shepherd and a.l the Dit-tritain leaislativo acts for the benefit or tne magnates In fact.be was on of rinir Union I'aeillc Itailroa 1 Company by ti He died or block in tho Credu Mobil! r of America or them papers, and left in his wife s han'is a umo:jr which wore some that lot of by presents of uvaluahlo character derli ed Mr. Hlalnc. These thcivfrom. ' Mr lliaiuo mood tho apimint-men- t intcresiod Mrs. Huntington to a pnpers were passed vounjr man or a committee of Jive, and Mr. ( ox, named by Frank Gatsaway, fonnerly well known wbotlierof his own motion or or Mr. Ulaine s here. Mr. Illalne beenmo eixatly interested is unknown, appointed Mr Poland, or Vw in Mr. 's welfare, an 1 sought nn nt; Mr. Hank, of iir. important appointments Iowa; Mr.Xlblack, of Indiana, nJ numerous him. Ho Hnallj obtaIneI for uc a e y lor hint r Maryland. ITio comB)iitW held its first meeting on Thursday, I'ecemWr Government position in California. Cor. jjrinyyJi (Jatuf.) JUpub'toait. 12, and at otico tho Speaker or tbo Itopresentativos appeared and inadoHouof iht htHteinont. tuu committeo 8ltlliwi'h I'auk iluinhtic, el sed doors. W'ith tho Ieao of tun committee I willKub-ini- t Please. Mr. Lion." Mr. Maine has my testimony in wntldtr tor tho saio or accuracy, and when I lunofin.slitsl 1 h)l. of heon made to remark to the Briti-- h oouro, unswer any quostwms which tUjeom-niitte- e "Lot mo twist oil 30111- - tn.l. I may desire to h!v y way 01 cxaniiiu- - will return it to ou after election." or I wfth to thn And Mr. N iiliiun ilenry Httrlbert thinks state that I never owned l share or stp n tne Credit Mobillcr iu niMliie. either Iiriru . Mr. Blaine has had tho kind of reputapurcha.-- o or la any way wbaieor. Nooit I oithor dirfeflv or LidirtfUy, a tion that comos from imginHr t:iil 1 11 letters hiKle cent derhed in any manner fpm the, twisliujr iniitc Ion; enough. Credit Moblller or from Uiol nlon Pacific ' to ihe lleruUl ho shows thai Mr 1$ aiNe road Company. Xo person holds or ererdkl t hold for me any stock in either oorporttion. roared with exceodinjj gotitlone-s- , so far n a' ajtent, trustee, or In any capacity the rights of citizens whatever. I wish my testimony to bsjaken iw as exhaustive and as intended to eielude were concerned, throughout his admineverj- form or pbaie ot ownersltp In istration as Secretary of State The the Credit Moblllor or tho Union PaeIHe Irish Coercion bill became a law a Jew Kailroad Coinjany, both jwst and present I desire furtbe,-- to state tbat -- omo fcie in days before Mr, Blaine assumed his IH the sprin? .r the precise datfl portfolio. Michael I'. not Hlti rm, Oak os Ames asked me oiiewy tr I was arrested nl-- suspicion ami Bovtou loded would like to purcba-- e some stock 5n the Ctedit Mobiher. Ho said H would prove a in Kilmainham jail without a trial, Koo I investment, and he could sell jh ten there to lomain "for as louas it might fchare or the (oek at a rate somen hniabovi' par Ithluk come Sl.otO for tho ten ftare. please the Chief Secretary for Irc'ar.d." o nad sume c nversation in roiru tne BoUon lclt Irc'and with his parents 'MIIKly inauer, and Mr. Ames told me that in retrnrd to thoso share thir ( a when thirteen your old. and tho family lawsuit either Dendlmr or threatened. Siouifh sottled in Pittsburgh, the father being ne saia nis rixnt to sell tne shares wasjerifc. BoyUm when eighteen and undoubted. I concluded that I fd not naturalized. dekiro to purchase the slock, and tbtfefme j. eard old enlisted in the I'nitod States declined Mr. Ames'otfer. I bes to sil how- nav and in time received an ever, in to Mr. Ames, but morbsp'e-iall- y In 18 50 ho went In Justice tomjsetf. that if mMjroiiee honorable discharge. ocourred to me that lie was attempcniR to to Europe with a passport signed by bribe me. or in anv waj luflu nee myfote or Secretary Seward. When arrested ho I understood him action as a ri'prercntatixe. to say that he was the owner or more$i the asked Mr. l.owoll to accept the Reward stock than he witiied to carry, and was oaer-inj- ,' a.s evidence of ih citi.cuship, it to some or his friends at cost anilnter-- s and also claimod citizenship uudr the i to him, a slight advance ahoie pot value. Tho amount ottered tnowasiery msA, and statute of July 17, JStL'. natma i.ing impression on my mindijiideed nlii-nmade little who had served in tho armies of was well nhfh toniotten until recalled the Investigation. .Mr. Ames never ottetfi me tho United States and had been honoraany of the stock at any other tiineuau as bly Mr. Lowell declined has b"en narratetl, nor was any of th stork as evidence of citever offered to meat any time by "another to honor the" porson or corporation. izenship, and held that the statute of Tne report of tho evMonee Statci tiit Mr. I.Sb'2 did not apply to sailors, or oven to Jtlatncttien turned to Mr. Aiiie andaUl. -- I This course was upheld bv desire to ak him whether tho stateeent 1 marines. Mr. Blaine as "discreet and projier t made Is correct." Mr. Am hae ju--as anwerhii;: "Vo. ir, youf state- ' and thus the. pat-po- rt of Sev.ard, tlie ment iorresond. wjh ihv recollecUon of the facts " 'that is aBhat k law of '02, and thc fact that Hoy ton the Kivnin regard lo w oxaminaiioner Mr. had boen allowed to vot? went for nothJtlaino, and there the best anthoalj for p against statin that the report was -- o altered Jia it ing as evidence of citizen-hiof Bovton without completely Talis to refleet what actuifv oc- - :he impri-onmecurred in the committee room. Jereniah ?. trial and on light suspicion, and his reIt ack addressed some imp'irisiit nueiH to tention at tho pleasure of th' ( hif SecMr. il.niim which, with the answers aT-to- , i are omitted altogether frOhl tho rejoi Ihe retary for Irolaud. In the eorr'pond-me- e ' committee did not press Mr. Ulaine atill. lait between Lowell and Blnine the devoted lis time entirely to the other jr nt'e- ' former, as is spoke with men who were men! lone I as the of Mr Ames, several of these Kent emei humorous contempt of Irishmen who stated tbe truth in regard to tli'-i- r dfHl.ngs were citizens only as. they found citizenwitli Mr. Ames, and had no diniculty. ithers, ' Blaine answered in a like Mr. Colfax and Mr. Patter-o- n. after at- ship coincident, tempting to induce Mr. Ames to swear to similar voin, and it transpired three m hlch was not true, made suci In rutrard to themsehn n to months after his assumption of tho Seclead to thfdromoial diiiirraeo anddemAUn. retaryship that he had not load the CoHut Mr. Iltiitnt) win tho onlv ono wl Ostniuio ercion act at all. nppeared on ho list and who swore liat he The ca-- c of James B. Walsh was pre had no dealings whateer with Mr. Asies. He made this statement in the fareor the followinjr testimony bv Henry S. Met'omb, sentcd for Mr. Blame's consideration There was nc who was the soo'inl Hitnoss 'iifier hsmiiOK by Samuel J. Randall. tho lift of nainos to Mr. P.ilanTij- -- I wrato ' doubt as to Walsh's naturalization, ana those nam osas Mr. A mes read them to m tram no doubt thfit his arrest was an outrage hie ineraorandum-booHe satonones dof tbe table and I sat on the other in the oltlcc of ' but Mr. Lowell entered into it. aftet the Union Pacific Itallnwd Company in ew long delay, evidently with thc prejudice Vork. Just as wo sit opposite each other now ' at this tab'e. u hen he read I wrote the against the prisoner and I he fear ol names. This was early in February, Imi." Lord (iranville which had been o damTho list of names was as aliovo pl en, except aging in the case of Bovton. Mr that there was a newspaper , however, uito satisfied, and one or two other persons those Blaine wa-montioncd Mr. Ulaine s name hud the lip. and so him-e- lf to the gontlo ures 3.W10' ajralnst it on the memorandum-boo- Lowell, express d though there wero precedents meanlnjr 3D shares of tho CrwhtMo-biilo- r. Mr. McComb, alo proilu oa an ac- - enough to warrant different action, knowloded letter from Mr Ames, dated Jan- - leaving thc dignity of the I'nited Statoa in "I hae as- and the justice due ii'O'S.asIS, as 1which he the man arrested signed have cono to 4 from far 1 irom Now Hamnshlre. 1 Deiawaru. out of the question iltogothor. It was 1 Tennessee. 1 Ohio, 2 Pennsylvania, 1 Indl-anexceedingly important that thc rights 1 Malno, aud I have 3 to n.aee. whlob I shall put where they will do moit nood to us. of thc American citien should be I am here on tho spot and can better judge jttst at that time, for there was nuro mey snuum go. Kccentlv tho writer bad nconvorsatlen witd very powerful opposition to the Coera near rriendof Mr. Ames, who has a wars cion act wh ch needed just that kind of defended his memory and chtllcnged any encouragement, but. Mr. Blaine and proof of tho assertion that he was anuntruth-- f Mr. Lowell treated the mutter as of no ill man I had not assorted to him that I thouirhtMr. Ames untruthful, but I told him importance and thc imprisouwl Amerithat I always had preat dlihculty In rcconetl-ini- r can citizens remained in jail apparently the a'leKed testimony or Mr. Amea b rore the Polaufi committee, relative to Mr. Ulaine, without a friend in any Government in with tho facts as shown by Mr. McCorab's the world. statement' and the memorandum book Itself. Thc oases have some importance in "Vou, yourself, well know," 1 paid to him. If "that Mr. Hlaine's name wa nti Mr.Amoa connection with this campaign memorandum book with the other names, and anybody really knows why Irishmen thedlstri-bntio- n th he was a sharer with others in should vole for Blaine he ought to proot tho I reditMobilier stock r" Tho was as follows: "If you knew what! duce his evidence It is needed, for know, you would say that .Mr. Ames was a without it the cry for Blaine in connecporfectly truthful truthful man. I was in the committcc-roowhen Mr. Ulaine made his tion with the rights of American citistatement, anu I know all that happened. zens is tho rankest humbug. A'. Y. Thc record makes Mr. Amos corroliorate Mr. Hlnme. It is not true. He did not do It. I Graphic Mas standing beside Mr. Amo when tbe question was asked him whether Mr. Blaine 8 A Sugspithc Picture. statement was in accordance with his recollection, mid trcmliel fur him lcn, but he A Washington special bay? that the neicr opened his lips -- no matter what tho report of tho evidence may saj ho bondsmen of Burnside, who stole over never opened his lip- -: ' Tlie pcntleman Agent 10,0i't a year while who made this statement Is a man Department, rely upwhoo word will bo taken anywhere, and bis of the Post-offic- e testimony that Mr. Ams lips were cIomh! on cscajiing from responsibility as surewhen thc record made him vludicjte Mr. ties on the ground that Illalne. startled me. Ifeu tho latter proceeded to make a detailed statement to the were not regularly audited in three committeo ho said: "Vou have beard Mr. years. It is claimed that they can only illalne s testimony in advance or mlco and Lo held for one or two quarters if al aiy aeijuloscenco therein. He declined tho stock, and nothing mom need be said." This all. The Sixth Auditor's ollice is nowas a porulfnrb wonted statement, hut it poesrurthor than the memorandum book or toriously burdened with scurvy polithe facts will Justify. Mr H.alne was ticians of all colors, some of whom Mr- the of 7?'!,c,,,, A,,ufl "liirlnir time wint. raim were appointed as rewards for their ,nucl1 r lil with .:ZX .".V at the Arlinirton Hotel, and, to e .Mr.Amcs' services in the great fraud of 187(. own words: "He watched mo like a cat." Many of them are utterly incompetent H r. Aint-- positi ely ivrusl to allow v to look at Ills memorandum book, which Imii'o to perform the work expected of them. ijic name or .Mr. JHaine. and there I no doubt j The accoiin'a of thc Sixth Auditor's that he used his eirorta to dotondund auO-- j I oliicM.nnv tlierofore, in great confusion rputaOon r tho siwakor or vim liou-- e of and in arrears. "'VivvniaiivcK. nut wiiy, it muv lie ssked. did tho iIlatlnKuistied man who Ustcncilto Mr. WeN, that j a very suggestive picUlaine s statement in tho eouimitue ioom ture of the conditio- - of tno affair in tremble lor Mr Ames when Mr. Ihalnea-te- il him to corroborate his story And why wero ono of the most important ollice- - of a Mr.Amcs lips then closed Auuwhvansan department of the doverumont. Bmi-side- 's answer put into his mouth in the report of bondsmen certainly ought not to the evidence Tho statement has been made by friends or Mr. Ames that Mr. Ulame. when fce held responsible. They undertook otrcred a sharo In tho Credit Mobillcr acbargain on account or tne "mall-nes- s to make good any deft den'y in the Koutcd tho or tho amount and demanded ti.VidO) counts ot Burnside, provided the Govworth or it Whatever maybe ihefac bls ernment enforced its regulations with pamo sund. in Mr. Ames memorandum: respect to thc examination of accounts. book with thothxures "3.010 ' and The Government did uot perform its "You Laveheird' L Le part of the contract, owing to the in-" wv. ....... remarKanin imo iin , competency of the men. it employs. aot say that Mr,h HlAln- but only that he acquiesces hi it 5 If the business of the Sixth AudiloV's Ho knew that ho would bo threatened Sb office had been couducted on business spulsion, and iho Speaker's JL. principles Burnside would not have yery valuable to him. Hcsides he telttnjtr been able to have stolen anything of Mr. Illalne. while ho did not iSt? His account-- , however, ward Mr. Colfax and wh.?." consequence. examined for three years tryinj-- to place him been a talto attimda had not WABnixOTO thd-- e ifl-XS- Into nmounW marketed In tity of these or ecurities had b fSVCAWH, dlvMed np and had been BAFFLED Ono ! ca.,u & - -- iau 1?, u ' jf?1" "fe" f b ,ihTl th? wit-ness- i a- " pre-on- Gas-away- o-- sh au-tm- . J , I Irish-America- H1- i Ut -- i ro i i i ' Ju-ti- eo . . of the Most Unaccountable and Vntr EC rocs of .Recent Deceits Discovered and Kxp'osecl; There is some mysterious trouble thntfe attacking nearly everyone in the land with moro or less violence. It seems to ste into tho body liko a thief iu tho nigtt. Doctors can not diagnose it. Scientists are puzzled by its symptoms. It Is, ia shocks from certain luminous beetles. deed, a modern mystery. Like tboso Capt. Blakeney took up an unknown and vague maladies that attack horjes caterpiHar and immediately received and prostrate nearly all the animals in the such a shock that his entire right side land, this subtle trouble seems to men ice became paralyzed, and for a long time mankind. Many of its victims have pains he was dangerously ill. about the chest and sides, and sometimes in th bock. They feel dull and aleejy; the mouth has a bad taste, especially in A FRCTTT girl up town ssys tha cholera tho morning. A stranco stickv slime is like a traveling man, because it never about the teeth. Tho appetite is rior. coes anywhere without its grip. Mtrchant There is a feeling ldco a hoavy load upon Iravtler.x tho stomach; sometimes a faint is felt at the pit of tha stouPch, sonsatlon " Rough on Corns." 15c. Askforlt. Comwhich food does not satisfy Tho yes grow sunken, the hands and feet feel plete cure,lard or soft cocns.warts.bunions. 9 clammy at one timo and burn intensely at Bbrvt offerings Cigar stumps. Mera while a cough sets In, at others. After first dry, but after a few mouths iyis at- chant Traveler. tended with a greyish colored explorat" Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for ion. The afflicted one feels tired ill the &c while, and sleep doos not seem to afford any rest. He becomes norvous, Irritable, A nAHE spectrrcn Kostaurnnt and gloomy, and has evil forebalings. Boston Pn$t. Thero Is a gt Jdiness, a peculiar wlirling sensation in the head when rising up sudJ. C GrtAT.of Dadeville, Ala., writes us: denly. Tno bowels become costivs, and Hall's then, again, ou' flux Intensely; thofrkla is "I have btan uin ,- Dr. Wm. superiorBalsam to any dry and at times; tho blood grows ron THE Lcxos; it is far My mother was lung preparation. thick and stagnant; the whites of tie evts other to become tinged with yellow; tho orino i confined her d four weeks with a cough ; Wm. Hall's scanty nud denositinira sedi when I got one bottle of Dr. ment after standing. Thero is frequently Balsam, she began to mend right awny. I a pittng up of tho food, sometimes with can say In truth that it was the means a sour taste, and sometimes with a sweet- Or SAVIXO DEK LIFE." ish tasto; this is often attended with palTnE woman who pnwders her face and pitation ot the heart. Tlie vision becomes Impaired with spots before the oyes; there tings her hair rbould wear a shot silk is a foeltng of pros' ra' ion and great weak- less. A. Y. Journal. ness. Most o those symptoms are In turn present. It Is thoug'it that nearly Bdnny Men. " Wells' Health Ronewer" of our population have this disorder btolth and vigor, cures Dyspepia,$l. iu some of its varied forms, while medical TCaoipf n men have almost who.ly mistaken its no nnt'ed n knot tn a cord e. Homo have treated lt for one com of wooiS Lumberman' plaint t some for another, but nearly nH nave laueu 10 reHcu me ieai 01 me disorIt Is truly wonderful to se how the der. Indeed, many physicians are afflicted name of Mrs. Pinkiinm is a household wrd with it themselves The experience of Dr. among tbe wive? and mothers of pur land. A. O. Richards, rcsidingnt Alike iniho luxurious homes of our great street, Boston,- - thmdeacs ibed by himself: cities and iu the huinblo cabins of the re" I had all those peculiar and jminful mote frontier one woman's deeds havo symptoms which I have found afflicting so borne their kindly fruit in health forothers. many of my patients, and which had so ii often I w filed mo. I know all tho commonlr carbolic acid doesn't suit you as a ly ostiibhshed remedlos wonld be unavail- disinfectant, then of mercury. ing for I had tried them often in the past. St. Loti Critic I therefore de'ermiued to strike out In a now oath. To my inteu-- o satisfaction I Quick, complete cure, all " found that 1 was improving. The dull, annoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, ifrl. tttupid feeling departed and 1 began to enjoy lifeoiifo more. My appetite returned. The policeman is arrestive sort of My sleep was refreshing. Thocolor of my character. Marathon Independent. face which had Iteeit a Mf'ly yellow gradually assumed the pink tlno of health. In If you want a fine lookiug Face, the course of thre we k I felt liko a new And a Skin rosy and ciar, man and know that it was wholly owing Uo "BeesonV Sulphur ooap; all Trace to tho wonderful efficiency of Warner's Of disease will disappear. Tippecanoe The Best, which was all tho J23iold by druggists, etc., everywhere. Junlicine I took." Doctors and scientists often exhaust tour "I have just returaed from Iheir skill and the dios. They try everything that has been used by, or is through Cork," as tb eorkcrw said to mown to, tho profession, and then fall. the stopper. Even if they save the life it is often after Sulphur SoHp. groat nud jwolonged agony. Where nil No specificGlenn's ailments can copewltb for this can bo avoided by precaution and iu Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, SQc. care, bow insane n thing it is to endure such suiTering ! With a pure and palatable is differ Trie Mrs preparation within rooch, to neglect its wwthl-s- s and liorses in broke, anil latter tho unless be is simply inexcusable. tie Is worthless it he is diUv. ra Ml-lec- ts all-jon- Davia, of the Brituh army, Have Suffered ln' a famous insect collector, once With every diseastvlmaginable for the last picked up a wheelbug in West India is- three years. Our lands, and received a blow that paral Druggist, T. J. Anderson, recommending ized his arm for some time. As he shook Hop Bitters" to tne, the insect oil he noticed where it had I used two bottles! stood on his hand sit red marks, the imAm entirely cured, and heartily recompression of its feet Kirby and Spence also mend Hop Bitters to every one. J. D. refer to this peculiarity of the insect, "Walker, Buckner, Mo. and other naturalists havo received ivljo was "I ' as a Token of tho great appreciation your Hop I write this 1 have of - e was afflicted Dlttere. With Inflammatory rheumatism 5 I I nearly For Seven years, and nc medicine seemed to do me any Good! ! Until I tried two liottles of your Hop Bitters, and to my surprise 1 am as well y as over I was. I hope Ton may have abundant success" to-da- "In this gre.it and" Valuable medicine: wishing to kaowmora Anyone! about my cure? 31. Can loam by ddros;Ing me, Williams, 1108 16th street, VTaahlnzton, D. C. 1 boof-Btea- k. Remedy tho best rem!? in extotenao For Indhteetion.lildney coasMervour "And nervous debility. ht 1 high-colore- Returned "From tho south in a troitlesa search for health, and find that your Bitters are dolus mo uioio Goodl Than anythln; elso; A mouth ao I was extremely "Emaciated I ! I" And scarcely able to walk. .Sow 1 am uiiiuing suuugui ; ami I have just" CemptalK "Flesh!" And hardly a day passes but what am ono-thi- rd re-to- 3 4 r 111 . complimented on ray improved appearance, and it Is all due to Hop Bitters t J. Wickllffe Jackson, lnzmingtou, Del. , CCJi'ne genuine without a bunch of jrreen Hoi9ontt.evbieiabel. SfhtniH Itrovilcpoi-fonoa- s same. stuS with "Hop" or "Ho;" in their m Buchu-paiba.- " lTH SURE CURE awMH9i IJ i KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COJV1PLASKTS, CONSTIPATSON, PILES, AND BLOOD DISEASES. PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY. "Kidney-Wort roit jaiiit I evrr U3?d. tor-ai- er Git lug a Hint to Nature. "IteutraonComrh-,"!;- .. Huar-en- plete eure Coiicb, . at Drupgist?. ComSore Throat. p s i pa-sp- ort , ' ly, , ! nt i well-know- lK,ti-Hri)- n, ' fahri-catio- i Again, in "Murphy's Master." I got A helmot. Af o'd.fahiond knicbt-caB WEIiS, I'lCH rid of a great number of disagreeable A. 1. Mail and llspreas. character- - on an island in the Indian Seas by the simple though startling dePiso's Crr.E for Consumption does not vice of siibniering the island lf ; tho dry up a cough; it reuuves tho cause few respectable person? who inhabited EgsTigKvriiffaMiiMuhiac'i iiiHHtwrn it (including the hero and heroine) beiiTHE GREAT GERMAN ing most properly and providentially REMEDY sted iu a fishing boat. Some critics thought it audacious but nature was o bo ill Scxea faorabl impressed b my little plan KfjserffiraaBJR m Wi a sib6a E Jvlduey Compliilut Anions JtrcoTery. ao4 Aee A Itrllllunt it herself two years afterthat I!"li' tc and r eonward, and in a more comprehensive way lr Irtd n the ptiuaal ucceai of Is medJclaaEHJBU3LITIS3I. granulated Keoix ! ... ..f !: induct. A". T W often than 1 should have dared to invent; an radically in rreilne as4 Neuralgia, in the Ray of Bengal, with the runn-ihnuit BdJnful and daccemws dI)rdvTl a Lighthouse upon it, with seven SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, proofs of thin, the f,:inloK. are cenutaUy brvught tu hi aitemioB. and are palrflhed b) lilm fo scientific assistant, being submerged in ItACKACHK, " tbe sake of thm'adot othr urferer horn he dea precisely similar manner. I do not Ileadache. Tcodiatle, sires to reach and beneflt. The letter, therefore, may wi-- h :3hff 3C3EHZT f be hard upon nature, and, withto be of Tlta. Imponauce to you or to wmie o tvliom SORE THROAT, out ghirg details, which could not but yuakaow. Iiifromaoof thebewtknownandpopa-la- r SWELLINGS. Qnxsr, wound her amour pro re. will merely drussts in the ne aad groulBifcjtr from whleh, sritAiA's, iv be writes and doubtlees where thoe may fiad iir. remark that she committed a similaract Craarferdat nts place of business on the eorcerot Soreness, Cnt,JJrale, of piracy in tho case of my novel, " Jlaln and Union bt reetst TROSTBITES, Dead." James 1'ayn in Coni' 'Found EntloriELts M( iimss, SCALDS. Dr. Dtwvd Etntflf, ItvnAuut, .V. .. March 22. V4. hill Magazine. And ail other bodily aches . a and pains. 1)he6i For le year I had been afSkted wit) VRD-O- X it-e- BrP.C Vsl 10a, SIonkton.yt, "Xulney.W&rt Is ,wsys rt liable." Dr ZS, N Clark. So H?ro. Vt. "EMner "arortJjascnr(liytiiftertT70Ters offerinj." Dr.C. M.S.amr.erUn, Sun 1X12. G. IN THOUSANDS OF CASES lt ha CCTed where cU else had failed. It la mad, bute&dent, CSIItTAIN IA ITS ACTIOA', trot bannlsM in sU eases. Wood cleanoe nrltXew Life tbe all tbe and Strengthen asd important of to the body. Tbe natural action cr the Kidnera U restorsd. Tie liver i doonsod of alldiMaes. and tlie UoweU move freely sad healthfully. In this way tho worst dlaeaaea are eradicated fron the systeo. a rsicz, u.oo ugrm en dbt, fcla bt Darocisrs. E T caa be sent by mail. Is io moet nucocssful reaedy dm orus Kminmmm. 1 he u-- ed I n Kin-hr- M rnp - For the Cook, ways laid masters. "Here!" called a man, making an impatient gesture which quickly brought the negro waiter "This is the worst piece of beefsteak I iia gjEub jjBjPj;j al- FIFTY fCEfJTS A EOTTLE. k Restaurant proprietors are not D!en. languages. Sold by alt DrngKlsts and Directions In II The Charles A. Tori'ler Co. CO.) (MKnuoi u a. xmzia Btltimort.SI4.,U.5.A. corre-ponde- nt k, , Masa-chusott- s. a. y.n-dicat- ed Banting n'stcm all muscle and no fat. term!, did not taks ia Can't you bring me a better piece?" ?, much Mock the it "No", sah, dat's de bes' we s got." of medicines. A "I saw a boy go through here just .y friend pcrsimh ine to mow with the finest kind of a steak." Palm, aed with try tbe tbe must conjerf "Yes, sab, but dat was fur de cook." -- l.fi.CxrK.6rTa"For the cook!" Icuac N.Ti. &? "Yas, sah. We's sorter behind wid Kly'n Cream Ilnltn USi. Is a ittnedy based upon do cook's wages, sah, and we haster a correit diagnosis of feed him well ler keep him frum leabin' HAY-ESVE- R this dlvase and can be us in dc lurch Come 'nnu' some time aidrugcr!fti:6Qct.by mail. depended upon. brWets, s. j le mail when we'so sqnar' wid de gennerman iu cu. tiT uc Pragglsis, Owego, A. Y. feed ycr in great shape, sah." an' we'll Arkaneaa Irvcelci. ever saw." "What's dc matter wid it, boss? Ain't it healthy?" "Healthy! why, it was fed on the CATARlr3 HAY-FEVE- R. w$s;m WFMty W. wmdmsi ten ELSm I hare been a Mar- Ferer snfferer three years, hare often heard Elj'a Cream Balm spoken of In thu highest manj-qaari- 1 Kidney dttease ia its matt aeote form. What I !Ut f ered mast t left to the ImatnatloB fer so enc appredaU It except who bat e goae thraeh tt. I pbysklaiw and to ranay dtfferet fctnd of tteatnwni, and spent a great deal of m.wey. only to find myself oWrsoI vone than ever. ImtqrMyCut I used 25 bottles of a preparation Idely adi ertiscd aa n specie c fort his preci- - sort ef ttoubtes. aad fennd . It entirely at least In my y it with a perTour TAVoniTE ItKMUDr- -I fect recolIectiwB of all tbat aj dune for me besides I the only tiling that did mo the siighmt pood; and I am happy to admit that S gate tne permanent relict. I havo recommended "yAVORITE KEMEJJT" to many people for Kidney disease, snd they all agree with me in saying tbat lilt. TIAVIH JCJCXX& T' r.VTOKITK KIMXEn Y has not Its oq'I in ttfc ide world for this distressing and often fatal complaint. Usethlale'terasyoudeem for tbe benefit ot Yours, etc- - Itata Cca'btoiuj. others. ci cf tet ulsoc-Cf- !- kO 1,000 L- bo-H- 7TLL be paid to any one who will find apart'el of Mcrrurv, Fotash, Iodine, Arsenic, or any poisonous substance tn re-p- lv ng "1 bare cured Blood Taint by the ce of Swtftf Specific after I IisdinoU signally failed ulth Ihe lef one of his curr and I'otash treaunent K.A. TOoMEB,;t.r.. Perry. Ca. pupils for some placed Swift's Specific has cured m of Scrofnla of 1 him on t'le platform to wait until lie had years siandlng. Had sores a lare a my hand, and ocry one thought I was doomed, fialft's Specint SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. heard some classes recite; but the culMoles, Warts. Krecklr. Moih 1'atcbes. cur. d me after physicians and all uher mnl.ctae bad It- - HIGH, Lonoke. Art: took advantage of the teacher's enEroptloua, fccars.and all Il?flgnrctien: prit fall d." and Imperfretlonof the Y. c, lln.ls Oar Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed fret from the school-housgagement and t lr. aDd Fee", aid ihCrtrrattix-nia. a. rein The teacher, being somewhat fiViSrro .lohn 11. HomiDiiry, lOr.forNiofc to applicants. T1IK bVflFT SPECIFIC CO.. SU Albany, N Y. ."end vexed, promised another scholar a reDrawer, Atlanta. Ga. DOUBLE Barrel Breech cents if he would 5 t a ward of twenty-liv- e N Y Office. 159 "W 23d St.. bet. 6th and ?th ATea. Kl V 1 Ik i.omlrr.i:eiKundlni;Locs school-housht. office. Xb ( bring tho runaway back to the ,,r1P(lllililH lljlrJsnl II""! bend -forAl,l "U!1U price list. MUIIUI '"'eciriplele. Before this could be accomJK Ilroadway. New Vol k. Ovcr&auHh & Co. "THE BEST IS THC CHEAPEST." ". plished, however, the boy who had C E. niCDCrVI.AWS.Oraerr-pyfroii3ifa&38?0 TKRESHEBS,' heard of the offered reward, MILLS, lncreaje experience Styears; sent word to thc teacher that he SftJ and and fee "Write f clrrnlars nnd For all sectio' s anil mrrxws. 1 Write for l'r Panrohlet would "return and take the licking for Alvr.AcCOr.MICr. !?0. Cincinnati, Ohio. and rrlccs to Tho AolUnand:TajlcrOo.,'uansneld, Onto. cents cash down." Xew 'York ten Ledger. A school teacher, SisssHaig a few days since, to having occasion, puni-- h Z3snMHZ3Knwi euES WHERE All USE FAILS. BtstCouirhtoyrap. 'nwtedpood. Cselnume. bold by druggists. Swifts Specific is e. e. 1 a SAWP0 s!lgHOK9.HF:m, i I The project of an American exposition in London in 1880 attracts more attention in the prese of '. tlian "u thn of this ccunlrv j-nd u-- tjiieen Virtoria' Forlini". s uuj-lio- . ". .,;,". '""" "V .e VYtfoboMArZ"W. ton-vin- ce ' an immense fortune. The" estate of Osborne i at least live times as valuable ' as it was when it was purchased by the Queen anil Printo Albert about forty years ago. The Balmoral property of her Majesty now extends over 30,000 acres. Claremont was granted to the Queen for life in 18b't. with reversion to tho country; and her Ma'csty purchased the property outright three years ago for 7,CMJ0. Probably its market value is not much under iflo000. The Queen al-- o possesses some property at Coburg, and the Princess Hohcnlohe leftther tne Villa Hohenlohe. at Raden, one of the best residences in tho place. With re-fjard to personal property, Mr. Nield the Queen over JUUO.ouo, ind the property left by the Prince Cons.irt is believed to have amounted toj nearly GO',000: but thc prov sions of Jus wdl have been kept a strict secret, and the document has never been "proved." The Queen must also have saved a vast sum out of her income, which his always been very well managed. Sr 1 o the death of the Prince Consort thft general administrat'on of the Queen's private affairs has been confided toLord Sydney, who is a consummate msn of business. London Truth. Her Majesty pos-cs-- cs pare SICK HEADACHE. Biliousness. and all LITER and BOWEL. Complaint.. IIALARIA. iu.ii; eiltU A DOSE . yor Pem&le Complain a these PUla ilLOOD ruisuni ra have so equal. "I And them a tenable Ctthartlc a--c Liver P1U. Dr. T.M Palmer. Montleello.Pla." my pratueu x ue nu uiurr. o. ai.ii., uewjtr, Iowa." sold eerywtere. or "In ia auunpa. Valuable Information rtlKK. JL S. JOIII.'SON & CO.. BOSTON, aent by i&lsi. Ball Er 36 Poolii.lv I HUdllliy ImmIj iILLu iuran ( on. iU gm. SS2SSS JlBii SBZtt&&& z&&&1& "'Z o'i4 w&m. ftAS4i T'. yj a. CXrxgaXS OUT AUD I ) SEND WITH YOtTB OBDEB. uiv.iw vn - i FOR SALE BY Awi. n,a, V. 9S 'rAk.".'Kw DRUGGISTS, Jftfr'tfCZ Stores aDd Horsestcers. Z t?,Z?,.y.ztti Ji'o. 'K<ttZAfAOAl. - thty do not havt it, send erdir direct. A J7ew and exee - dlnely Valuable At js 5 os siock uoeier uook accompanies -acn iomo. JftV..o'0",,!oT.eAv' PRicr tTiBDian r jJgaiSmmr-' v aod enre all O' JtO - 70 tSTrh. l,'c,V.fyri ?ove?:'B,cyr . doeer. IJe X5 5 '4 National Live Stock Remedy &bbpSSSjL VJVeSJpyHssassHHKaaiiBBiaaaiiBsiiiiiitta Co., 175 dearborn street, CHICAGO. 11 nw Is the TIME, hvli s nrevnt IV jr''JUeaea,andto a sie Complexion, qBEESQM'SsTn B ms soft and beantifu) teenre KIcln whltt. Tiirt-or- .. -- e , ! ost-otli- ce 1 "May the young couple enjoj all the happiness a'nd escape all the miseries of matrimony," is the way a Western ?d:tor ends up a marriage notice. 7.t is Jfe to assume that he did not take that enry of tho paper home to hi vale. Philadelphia CaU. A sailor has boen "sent up" for six months for kissing n girl on Broadway. The mariner was evidently not aware that smacks were so expensive in New Sromaiio of Mm Sulphur Soap. t nasof knlfeorLoaor IlLooik and I'tllc rtn. For rxroRitmov. ricrrut" a.tD BErzKE.iczs. addreaa BX.F. L. POND, Aarorm Kane Co., IU inlKix . IWS TITTJTB, Cunnrt, la ForiheCnrfOfwllhoat Uleera, Hcrofalas DikrAiTC F.tab!lb-dlR3iIocorpora-ed, tha m-J.&33- RFST it BREYDOPPEL'S 32ZlSZr u grocer sna ijoiawju wtiolesale reiaucra. nrst-cia- On cake ilil be tent on ree-l- p; SAcenUtosnvaddr St. WM. DnEYOor'Pf.U Macuiaetnrer. 6 Kcrth Front street, PnliadeSpli.a. Pa- inlcal Laundry Soap for S3a5,' ,nJ most etjm yMertno. woolensand "Wash np.esp c; Undcrcinaenti cleans P rf et ndrasy.nsk-selntli- 's SuMbyDrucsitt. EDUCATIONAI. o? 5WCTAT Indccements to learn and Type Wrltlne. Terms kWtii Shurt-IInn- d Ana Ar &or, MIoJi. & Ii.K.Telcs'h trte. Coo. Telpny. B LP1RH TXLEGK.APKY. TYPE-WRITIN- a or SHOKT-IXAK- Aadress SERE. Mttxaiionj .JaaesTllie.'W'a. for. ui s , f"CTf dttts FMM eeisd kuHM a d il 1 turn WkM. tu -- xoric J. 1. uraoitu. fi,a r I li.V, ... . V,U... m. a. US9ITU t0.,itu.raltlaa.I 1M A. N. K.-- B. ' WKT3I WRITISO .T less aay just n l)M i OOO trriHn 4f t .tiloas Alll t r , 9- - uzm II 1 ME ! li 'J i emrtf gip j.NEWS. LOCAL. .. .i .- - L1 ,1 ' Ziljp"' 7- ' li ! X J Tho ravages of cholera in is a'fearfnl picture. Mr. ftuchanan has hnng out in front of his houpe a beautiful Flair, and ha3 als decorated Lis house with Flags, and if you want to find the cheapest house in Flick, man be sure and go lo the House with the r , ! Flngs. The Hickman county Circuit Court is in session at Clinton this week. Yard Gc d worth Sc Yard wide brown Sheeting, A Fe.v BargaSn? wide bleached Sheeting, Stfl Fin-- h, worth 8c Cotton checks and Plaid.?, Cc worth 8c. Canton Flannels. 8c worth 10c Brocaded Dress Goods, 6c worth 10c Standard nil Wool Filling Jeans, 35c worth 45c, at extra heavy, ALEXANDER & MAXWELL'S. Another charge is made of inhuman cruelty at the Anchorage Asylum. "We Xen-Good- s ter itock of Boys and Mens Clothing, the Ticw Goods!! hare now received our Fail and Win- ery best, the very cheapest, and the very finest we ever offered in Hickman, and at prices far below the usual figures far such goods. J. Amiiehq's Sons. Our mechanics nro busy, and building and improvements going on all over town. Vfe would jash buyers to the. immense Stock of NEW well in his now' ""Si Gld. GOODS just received and now on display, t tho popular House of H. BUCHANAN'S. Turner and Stone joint He will uell yon Goods at bottom pricea and discussion at Clinton,ronday. nomistako. call tho attention of clow ' lj...ui:. .1 9Sm. ."?' Tor (kl. is receiving cursos loud ami deep 5 ra tlw Nw Yrti KorW.J m many counties. In Graces the The peonle of the State at ni.iA in kinase on land v nluatidhs wasg"! soo be ertled upon to record aKA. votes ... tba Wai Aitn. nnm CIWHUII etit., m iiallattl '30, Oil1 preceding the Presidential conuu nence tiieso curses It is gest. The result will be charged that tho .Loard inadc an watched unfair and unequal equalization. i iia interest, if without anxiety, Again, u is urged that tho' 'law is lo .!.-- ucmoraiic jarty ail over jc Uiiiou. Vermont has ziveu a unconstitutional, on t.i. i,iirf that the county Assessor is a Con R'dueed majority for the Republi- "uuuioimt oilicer, and that he SlU ticlcet, which Is i,r. alone is entrusted with the power ftin of election in that State, indito assess the value of lads, &c, cting a waut of conHdeuca iu the j's Presidential canfH)trA. tint! therefore the Legiftfettiro has no power to rest this authority in jcuiie, winch ought to have given othor officers. In countfe'w.here Ulaine's Governor a larger majori-it- r than ever before cast in the tne increase ia great members of tne Legislature will have r. timo of September election of a Presiden-ti- i year, gives him the smallest, it. wi one exception, in twenty-fou- r Rev. Mr. Sheldrake aiifMl yeirs. Ohio has always been a by Rev. Mr. AVainiight, ;of tlte Reiubhcan State in a Presidential Cumberland Presbyterian' denomby varying majorities, ination, is conducting an ijkerest-in- elejtion to protracted meeting at the Bap- yea it is believed00,000. But this tist church in this place.- - Only lic strength willthat the Repubbe nmteriallv two confesnioas, bntan awakened decjeased, while some Democrats interest is evident, and a success- oKMegg the ielief that the custo- ful meeting expected. MrfSheld- mair Kepuhlican majority may be rnke is spoken ot as an atflo and oveicomo. entertaining minister. - Dr. V. A. Ilenson. doniiaL lia4 ... iiueKfenN .Vni I on snivn.IiiELESTSAiyKin the worhl for ChJs, uccmeu to totive Hickman, to -v.,a5. uicora, Uheiim, Fever cato. permanently at ronton, 8wt Tetter, chapped ait HatMis, ChilbUin. Ooriu and all Skin Eruptions, and posi-- . Tenn.. for the practice of Sis He is a clever gottlo-man- , tively cures Pllw, or no pv required. It and we understand thongh-l- or guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, money refunded. Price 2' centa per competent, ai:d we wiWhiin box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Dra Stara. mi., ! f0 j x!Tyg jM"aiM,j" K mWr ' " i'l I T i .:!? Mr . I l I II It .':... riv-J- J Stfsa sln-or- a . ect9d by a Large Majoaty I Wi i w ' ' $ m- W& - l IE ... --- :: -- -, x(o)x v I HAVE OPBKBB A .mVERAL PPECIKCT8 TO BEHBARB 'k V98!IIib' DaJnaiiM WATJ g iro-fessio- u. y an Houston and Dupoysteero not , Hew Geo. E. the etr.i-- . present. Turner inadeM powc-fu- l nent pastor of the Padncah Chrisspeech, and StouWproved tian church is dead. himself adelwiter of flireatbility far above the exuectatiPB of his Attention E,nlic. FJo-.cor- Look for the Big Flag. When in need of a fine Shoo, buy a pn'r of Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co's., "Gilt Stamp" Shoes Every pair warranted to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. ALEXANDER &. MAXWELL, Sols Agests. Hickman young folks onjoved a most delintiul dauue at "the Laclede Tuesday evening. Ton can save 25 percent in price, and SO per cintin quality by buying FURNI-TUIiat E E.T. GARDNER'S. Prof. A. Harrison has re signed his position as deputy County Court Clerk of Obion county. "vY. Tho ladles are going wild orer GOODS; they say they are .just loo lovely for anythinp. Go awl iwe the GOODS nd get the prices and you will be tzrpTised at the low figure. Look for tbe Blc Flag. Bnchnn-n'gNHW n.g a nomination. Tit( nms m tlio Second Kenti in any quantity, to nny part of the city, free. Leave orders at Uw adjourned witi ee. Primary eloctk store, or with driver. m order. J. W. ROGBP.S. ?Scr'3 delivery f natty, dehrcrmg goods, r" people nt me launre. Cliuton, Monday last, and not h The Dyersburg O druuken man to be seen. A good convention had over record. and then adjourned wit Treo Ocllrcry. GOO Prom to S00 inoiuis. Gits Bedner, taiiorj ot on a protractea hum tins s ek, and "bummed" away an $1S Lnnce Al- nert coat belonging tolRev. Sit. Waters, ami a pair of its be- ongmg to J. T. BynuM hon warrant was about to ue, the clothing were gnditanlftyuud iiie tiany cnaptor oiccnme is still on the increase, fiOipf'hVn arc sf the most blood-epliu- g nature, while others of that famicharacter that a ly journal would feel lolm to give M them publicity. Tho business firm jfl Bowers & Co., Clinton, last week. Bowers is regrefrod as a fine business --man jortVpopnlnr gentleman, and inaehinpathr is expressed by tho pullic over al ronele Ky.ed , REPAfKIXfJ SHOP AT . . JL.1U1A. S ff TUBE'S DRUft STORE. M Jthnugh our igular Presidential election has not eome'off as vet. we HICKMAN, AND AM PREP. iw, by the large Invoices ot Dry Goods that we have been opening, ED TO DO ANY WORK II by the Extremely Low prices for which thev were mircliased.thatwe THAT LIKE. I All TOLD T e been Elected bv an , -XFnim-ii- .,.--in nn.rriMiRfnr trade -. THERE HAVEIJEEN SEVER Fail. W A T O H M A K E R S II Eft Our stock has been much enlarged, and in some liues we are carryiu WHOSE WORK DID NOT G ith finer goods than heretofore. The Indies are reonested to call an SATISFACTION, AND IN C$ our elegant line of Dress Goods that pmbraces all the latest les in Ottoman, Satin finish, aud Tycoon, Reps, SEQUENCE THE PEOPLE Henrietta, and Jersey ths, Cashmeres all erodes and shade??. Ponlhm. Rmrades. i?. Any AFRAID TO TRUST ANOTH contemplating a blaek Silk, should se our eleirant line. It is un- STRANGER W I T II T II E L WORK. BUT I HOPE THJtf Eisel. All Wool Plaids 50 inches wide very desirable goods. , and Trimmings of all kinds. YOU ARE NOT TJNWILLIN ur Clothing, Hats, Cap?, and Furnishing Goods, were all bought in TO GIVE ME A TRIAL. latfst style, aud to suit this market. In Clothing, we are carrying HAVE "COME TO STAY AND Fabrics, and all the Iatt?8t mrtumae tQfiSujHlU&kftmtoirefia all the BKLIKVXG THAI I VSO, ii?MKiMieEi. Ato.oan .aave you. money oik. oaoh Suit, and .. .. .,L Ji" am.l you u quality and style. 8TAHJD MY BUSINESS, I ONrM? till l:neof Boots and "Shoes, in heavy, Ll.t.Ttn0WMfeM.f " medium and fine grades, ai' LY ASK A CHANCE TO'SHO W . Col. Kobt. J. Breckinridge, late Hilar prices. Supreme Treasurer of the Knights WHATIO'tA'DO. Ve have JRen noteil lor low prices ever since our advent in mercantile of Honor, has never yet made a YKY RKgrKCTFULLY, (Jpcs, and e in tend to lowt r our record this Fall. In fact, we are gang settlement of his accounts with .Jbar things wide open. Call in and sec some of our World Jtealert. the order. An effort has been made to effect a settlement, but AX.EXA2TDSK dfc 2&AXW7SLIL C 1. Breckinridge claims that he cannot agree with tho present presiding officer. It is understood that ho now intends to file a petition in the Chancery Court asking the court to order the Commissioner to make a settlement of his accounts. This looks like a The daughter of tho wealthy very strange proceeding, as there Italiau, in New York City, who ought not to be the least difiicul-t- eloped with her father's coacl In Col. Breckinridge and the marrying him Supremo Lodge arriving at a set- man, succeeded in r before th detectives or police Just received, 8ne wleetton of tlement. Col. Breckinridge could find them. As the coachIf succeeds in having his accounts man is 31 aud tho girl 21, it would referred to the Comissioner of the have, been difficult to break' ap Chancery Court for settlement, the old gentleman and the order will have to stand the needmatch, be sotho not distressed about ALIO T 11 E coats of effectiug a settlement. it either, since he was once a poor boy himself aud no higher up in tijk TJxriaiamcn xx.itkx. 1AUT0MATIG PARLOR MANTLE BED. the social scale than hie . Otxi-tckclmin- n mis M!k s t W -- m ..v 8naaiil WS . I . 3 -- LA, 1 . m ' i . & ! W M NS kji TZ tJ B- VT3 l 111 n 1 fi IV k) ILI 11 w Ef in, . - v rf- - . Best Calieocg. reduced from 7c to 5c per vard. Solid ami plaid Ginghams, from 121c to" 8c nar vrd A rcductiofPof 2c in the vard of fife n,M:w L wqpl iu"n3 Veiling, in black and colors, (double widtli1;rcduce All from Goc to 4jjc nor vard. ;f2- -Ojv uiiiniuHiiuii iu uie prices oi ati summer JDrcae Goods. Fans and Barasols to sell at aotual cost. . 'n Full Qganila Lawns, reduced from 15c to 8'c per yard.' .. t A bigibargain in Ladies 2srcckwear. i. ltrtli.i . - T-- j - "". GEKffS BOT S AND YOUTHS GLOTHING. Can't be touched anywhere at onr prices. A few more Gents white Vests to offer at less than wholesale price. Gents Gloves, Ties, &c, greatly reduced in price, Straw natSircduced from 75c to 25c. To ivcp1Si8o and trouble of moving our extensive stock of goods, WKofrsT SHMi,VD will 6ell. at priccs'that defy all ,cdmpeti'iion. Jf you have only onVdollar,s worth of goods to buy it will pay you to come and see us. Look to your own interest and buy your goods of us.. s 4' at a grently reduced price. . j i. - bt "5 j f s PLATJT BI & CO.- - 'ifi F7 Made the Low PricfefX-i- ' SOS- " - r y IB A BY BUGGIES Call and Examine. i E announce to our friends ond the publio generallr, that we hnvo Jnflt n iaimenmi Block of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trado of parties wkhj. TV ing to buy. "We oan show all styled of Furniture in plain and fancy. Alee, a fina-linof good-lookin- g use. S. H. XWH. Um coachman. Pssioual ballots ivantiou n nmk- noiui- - wagon lwtrict ire now Icknsau, It week. We prolate to make our pricas to suit the Bplrlt of tho tinws. You con rcet nsenrol B I aU have tbe finest line ol UNDBKTAKERS QOOD3 ever brwjit yon ned never leave our house to look for ektaper goods. "Wo propoeo to Bell us Iok aa Tfoai tlr Cbkayo Train O'er Ikt fcMl inft tipt. ian. (uiimcN puiUsir aervei oujinort notiea i arty retail Furniture stere in the "Purchase. . 'AK NO uauPKTITlOX. A8 MY GOODS 0UT81IXXE AJ.L OTHBKS. mEIP. The Hew York World charges Verv respeetfnllv, 'Down to deep,' "to Ieq," th mtmaui. And tb enrir hntd iripM low, JH iNJvSS LAST WHEN KIVAWJ FADE AWAY. that Ben Butler stole or manage! " '1 prar tte I pUy Uttti, on the opposite corner from Plant to make $2,000,000 while iu milita ct! II fvr.'t th place, a call before buTiiur ebewbera. Bro'a. & Ce:, under thelfew 1'Vh can 55 it 1, I invw-.A LI, Give me ry command of New Orleans. If ! . v th Thw' new Odd word cmbm hfatir. . Yn can depend upon On J ing anv thing ia rnr home that ie kept in a first class ffi?S.oro rooraa in Repairing: Fellows building. .. ." mmu m k riunior .! TZ3fh done en fdiort notice, and in a workmanship style Aleo kinds of Butler could have- - proved tlws ITLRKdiOKE. u r Kuec tier beiut mux ntlT. we are prepared to give special inducements as UcfaiM wm tuMmAam. charge he- - might have beaten Btaiue ia the Republican Couven-tkm- . But tbo dewy cjet half opeoed Wfasa I cfcwpcj bcr to bit biofttt. Of " 'Nw I hrw,' w," Uw4 Hy "It iaebtr, kmlii)!, toadios, mj Hp It iAtHrtf ," Xepttlilttxm KlljclMUty. unMtvl'l flood of all grade ia ray line. Vgxm Low. li,'" j- in,-m- i ..... "h iJ " t: f. wilbubn & ca And tb r IE - I! , Washixgtox, Sept. 15. Comcharged with makinpiiterfeit missioner Hubert O. Tbompsou, silver coin. He con SCOTCH SNUFF, or wiio is an active member of the SUPERIOR SCOTCH-SNUFto t!ie National Democratic Committee, tho best in crime, and was commit. jail at Troy, snjs the Fu titan. the market, Kaid yesterday, at the Hoffman FUQUA&DKBOW. Jthero is 1JUmo, wliM Hnked ah to what he :h:'n , Wholesale Agents. aw nu6tTtMfitr thought nf Re Tammarry ITaH It epcms to us that drainsnin year or ou!r the teat ones nl Meeting Friday night: ... amusements at City U:;!l are rai li ported, w e seldom see X vuuiK i iif .1..'.. i. h witt nave an excet- or slow this Reason, bit t they will or one weight tig let tlm ten Jf t effect throughout the coun- come by and by. pounds, wliile eleyetrpoupf bhes ti$". 1 ahvays knew aud eaid that Try "Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy." Tho nro quue nuu.erous. tie rank: and file ot Tammany wtuid lit preventive in the market fer Ho: Bear in mind that Hos i?,-.- . iea .rti- - supjort the Democratic ChUr. Sold4br, i iioyil, Ciovelnd. elet-to- r fi J. W. COWGILL. thife thA Annvnii. District, is-tapeak at Hi BWU, ,;!,. adiournment af...:... ii. .. ii '., .. Si:ire tho outbreak of chole- firnlay, Oct. 17. He is ..! j..-- . rr ra at Naples, 1,100 people have :..i uh:ul died. Tiie disease is raging worse ami we ppjiKor, in a croon romiRc bitter against the nomination,! hope he will have ajlargo than ever before. insted that Tammany would not audience. 'mt dotert the party of course I Carpets : Cnrnets : I Rev J.J. autv, Keelor ofi meant the mass of the Tammany e have now a large and new stock of Carpet, mich a Hemp, Snpr Ingrain, Two St. Paul's church, Fayetfeyille, organization. I said before the o riy Tngtain All W00r Tngrain, All Wool Ark , reached in the Bpwsonnl meeting held on Friday, that 3 Ply, Tapestry, Brnssells, and r varietv of church here last Sunday MSnHng. average attendance at a ugi. Mats, and Oil Cloths. Those Ro"od Mr. Vaulx is on a visit to Bis sis- general committee meeting there Were all bought low and will be sold ac- ter, Mrs. Shnpard, in Obioalcouu-ty- , would be about COO in favor of cordingly. . Tenn. J ' supporting tho ticket, which was J. Ambeug's Soxs. the actual Hon. E. D. Allnnt, of Louis- not very far away-froMr. .Tames She)herd presentville, who was an inmate of tho number recorded." ed the Courier this wooka waterwill "Do you believe-Tamman- y Anchorage Asylum, it isail melon that weighed fiftv-thrc- c and murdered by his attendants. was give anv earnest support to1 the It pounds. ThaukB. is charged that six of his ribs wero tickott" 2fi)tc Plant's low prices. broken. Tho charges aro,bcing "P do: it is their interest to see fc the Democratic ticket win, and investigated. Hamilton Fish, Grant's old the iuterest of all Democrats, and Jas. W. JJaycs, Esq., has been mark my words, when the day of Secretary of State, supports Cleveland, and gives his first sjicnding Rome time at Gibson election comes you will find very Wells, Gibson county, Tenn., and few Democrats, except confirmed Democratic vote iu November. is greatly improved in health. Tho soreheads, in this city who will DENTAL SCOTCH SNUF will pro- - water is splendid for dyspep- fail to voto for Cleveland and aecve tho teeth, sia, &c. FUQUA & DEBOYV, Hendricks." Wholesale Agents. "How do you regard the Butler EU An Answer Wnntcd. boomi" Can any one brinR Kidney Why, it is no boom at all. Elder R. S. Fleming has been or Liver Complaint us a Electric Bitters that engaged holding a protracted will not speedily cure? We y they can 30 Unyu Notice. not, as thousands of cases already perma. UoifcJMTile KenUcklna. meeting at Mount Olivet in nently cured and who are daily recomcounty. There ia not militia enough in mending Electric Bitters, Till Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or Kentucky to prevent the oonvict Each Legislative District of Kentucky is entitled to send four any urinary complaint quick cured. They laborers being driven from tho bowels, and minos at Central City if they are pupils, free of tuition, to tho State purify the blood, regulate the act directly on the diseased parts. Every College of Kentucky. bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c a bottle not withdrawn at tho end of the specified thirty days. Every man Clinton is one of the most by FORTUNE'S Drug Store. in this section of the State will prosperous little towns iu Kcn- KAKR1ED, stand bjr the minors gun in hand lucky. They say that good schools On the 17tb'inst5?'nt,6'u; raiulnaco of s'hd'ti'ljjl mutters oomo to tho worst,, the bride, by Elder K. B. Fleming, Mr. It. and woe bo uno those who stand and temperance laws did it. F. Thomasson and Mrs. Sue Thompson. in tho path of the people armed Why don't the county authortime At the the ities give the people sonio way to Minister, same R. H. and place, byMiss same and determined to battle for right Smith, and Mr. Ellis and justice, for hearth and home, cross Bayou du Chien ? The com- Thomasson. God-giveplaint is and should In this county, on the ISth insti, Mr. W. for the a living by privilege of earning honest toil for be heeded. E. Patterson and Miss Sallic B. Sadberry. wife and little ones. If Governor united Knott wants to push matters to a The lvrofir.st named couple As an evidence that Hickman of matrimony at the same holy merchants aro doing very, well, in the and bonds under one ceremony, by bloody issue, all ho has to do is to time one only has to observe tho num- Elder R. S.place, a permit tho convicts to remain in Fleming, witnessed ber of ladies from a distance in number of mutual friqnds, allbyofquite tho Centraly City mines. whom Hickman trading almost daily. joined in earnest congratulations to tho brides and bridegrooms FTo Cnttlc Rhow nt St. Tho Sebreo Convention, after happiness aud prosperity. for their future May their wedSt. Louis, Sept. 16. In view taking 959 ballots without brenk- - ded lives bomade up only of pleasures and a ing the deadlock between Messrs. succe?fes, and mutual confidence and love of the existence of among Jersey cattle in ever bless them, heaven granting them Clay and LatToon, adjourned sine long lives, health and prosperity, the true sections of the country, tho die Saturday afternoon. reward of pnro loves and honest hearts. Board of Directors of tho St. LouJ. W. Thomas, Superintendent is ?air Association hare decided and General Manager of the Nash- A tnwj'cr's Opinion of Interest to All toexcludo them from exhibition A J. A. Tawncy, Esq., a Jeadlag attorney of atHheir fair this year. Othorwiso, ville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Winona, writes; it for railroad has been elected Presi- more thanMinn., years, "After using pleas- the fair which opons October G, three I taketgreat dent, vice J. D. Porter, resigned. ure in stating that I regardlDr. King's promises to rival, if not excel, any discovery for Consumption, as the Tho Fair 'Directors of Hick- - New remedy the world forCoughs and previous exhibition. nn. best in man county have decided to hold Colds. It has never failed to euro the most More 2InIIIc;Ru Letters. a fair at the grounds one mile severe colds I have had, aad invariably f Iulligan and Fisher have given west of Clinton, on tho Columbus relieves the pain in tho chesCy this surefenre for all tlio public another batch of the road, on the 23d, 24th, and 2otk of Trial Bottles ofDiseases Throat and Lung my be had Free jftulligan letter, and tho last are October. at FORTUNE'S Drug Stored Largo siio equally damaging as the first. To 1.00. any fair minded man tho proof of AssociaTho Kentucky Press Blaine's guilt seems clear. The tion expect'to start on a trip to Graham, Dr. says there is talk the City of Mexico about tho mid- will bo0. C. years old ofjLonisville, Courier-Journ100 Oct. 10. Ho of Blaino being forced to withdle of November, returning by way of Kcw Orleans after the is still iu excellent health and ono draw, on the plea that the Bopub-ican- s of thomo6t remarkableTmcn. now can bettor bo defeated than opening of the World's Exposi- - living. fin nlnnt cnolt n infin 5ion.pended. Ue DENTAL --! Sew York on last Wednesday that w luruicriy liven the street car lines almoBt sus- was arrested at Fulioi Tho heat was so intense in Johnnin Duncjiu, a mug boy "Unu, i dor vote ttoftly wbUporad, Ood kaowi ajt sha mirlT-Jv.urit- rt." Kor ft ftm oi Um thinking fanners ot IlKnois and the StaU3 ndinruatr; express tho oonviction fiespectfutfjt, E5. 1?- - CL1.333ME2S::9 -- Contractors and Builders of Houses. - . .iMwfl to the '' -- , Mttie in the fnturo withont positive kwt miwt raise thra whih will at an mrlj ?b devrfopo into rl.. hcarr animU of truod strle arul in cverv trav utitAil it tlie noods d tJjo Inst and most oxactiuit uuuxew, uusta auu aiwoadL tlut ho who woiUJ r&isa i ! lifiiBfavTtfri,ari5f'eiiHin'EFiTTBD. iFru?nsiiED4 Our stock l3 complete- in oJlHnes, nn'd .we tvlllifscll. ,voryi nlvcn.ntir-f-l ntl taoroKchly rea.rattl. Uanrenent to rivar and railroad, and attentive exports mats hntkc tluwt Bbsxaux . Goods bought of us. the United Stuk. although she has not PH'aJ kept and, altogether onr or the beat Appointed hotels n this section M. JK. TEJItSS5, as many oow moro than as we, aod It costs f.vieo m xsxum to pro-ir "u dnoe butter tooro as hore. ' one-twentie- th irXu HZOMA, KEK'TXJGKT m- IroirIctor, ;.,:-- ! o ti tak-ing-th- ft. A corpui of reporters vpeni the in a eell with a man who was doomed ue jiageu m vjoaaecairui recnuy, ami ia the morning Uie prisoner was penecti y ' willing to die. JEERTWECK, BALTZEE ir 4- ' i . MAXUFACTUKERS ' - OF , J Thk oapaeitT of oar country for tits production of live stock is so Vast thai too muoh attention caimot bebesknved upon this business. DSY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, & GO. HATS, CAPS, CAEPETS AN ' OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GEOCEEIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DOOES, SASH, : Connecticut, Now York, Xowi Jersey and Indiana aro put dowa. as certain fortue Democratic tickJ io BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c. OC . lf . - Mc-Crack- pro7e-Bright- 's lond-mouthe- n d, plouro-pnou-moni- di-fore- nt Ubb a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, nouncement yet. hUmM 8af?t,l v$iich are offered at MED1CIN1ESI unoiera is inaKinjieanui rava ges throughout Italy. 02S fresh cases and 275 deaths were reported Tuesday as the result of 2i V mJ. hours increase in the spread o tho dread epidemic. TaTaa W W . m&i&&&--3L- . and that tho verv lowest the market iustiffes. All crooda cuarantowl tn T01LETRT1GLES Tho "Greenback liR be exactly as represented. rcople'8 Party" of tho State has uominated for Electors r.c larger &a Sc & Dr. W. P. Prewitt, of Elkton, and, 3 lion. L. A. Wood, of Covington. oVioa Xtfng night 3rPreecriptioo3 filled at nay hour, day The Salvation Army, according Major Moore, to numbers 20,000 soldiers and 20(5 officers. From ji military stand? "The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. point tho percentage of officers is The Attention of builders especially desired as this houso will give speBOYS. CijJDWELUS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS entirely too small. i cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. Tho fact that Grant's Secretary R. B. BEEYAED. THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN of State, Hon. Ilamilton Fislij will support Gov. Cleveland, is 1: 884: &QTXTAS5r, tho bono which tho Blaino people et, wliilo tli ore is a good show foij Cleveland to carry Michigan, and Illinois. It nov or rams but it poura. Tho word "Reform," as a Dom ocratic party cry in connection with the names of Cleveland and Hendricks, is more potent than it was in 18 G. Eijrht years of con- tinned Republican rulo has added to its weight. Tho Railroad Oommissionors have been in session for the past week, and aro now busily eugagod making tho new assessment. It will require a month or more to complete the work. Yeoman. President Arthur has decided to appoint a prominent New Yorker to succeed Secretary Folgor. lie" has already decided who ho will appoint, but has noi mado tho an- Wo respectfully invite all to call and examine oar purchasing elsewhere K beforo i r I Thc Hickmanv Kentucky- - f a. fc DSAli " hijiiu'jwmijww'' ZJW 'ji.i J-Z?- .L.i' ma V old, popular and always reliabl6 Hardwaro houso of "?ik-- 3DHTJGS, mairtj iSzSii PATENT IS?JI """l? I s . trusses ' aWBliNrvwlP . iilJ'TEl PRI H -- -- Anti-monopol- y; MSPSSarBae' r, pD '" Sept. 25. An Independent Gorman club of Cleveland, O., 3,000 strong, has just declared for Cleveland anu Hendricks. - aro now gnawing. Gov. Knott will ad dross the catliorin? at tho creat barbecue to bo given at Sholbyville, Ind.j ffHE OLD ILELIAB E T SEPTEMBER AND CONTINUE studies Book-KPin- NINE MONTHS, ohas. a. holcom: -- InBtruotlon, the best of Tc ConrPo of Study includes, as heretofore, theGerman,primary Muaic, Elocution usual nnd Vooal English, Greek, f Mathematics, Latin, DEAZ.ER !-- . E3peij attention ia devotod to the preparation of boys for business, for college, una for proftfsiooal studies. rcspoct- Correspondence and consultation of parents, before tho opening, of school-isolicited. Address, fully Aug-;8 J ,i,i 1884. flicKmnn, Ky. ",, I, - Notice! al Strayed or stolen from the undcr3igned about the 26th of August, one three-yea- r old STEER. It ia a nalo red color, broad, boras weight about 750 to S00 pounds not positive whether marked or not. Any information will be thankfully received. K.B.P0WEM sept. 19-- 2 w , . BMi HEDIIlitS. SI 2 JSSL Fill 3SSsSL AND MlMffl, -- 3SSC J& j5" 9 ggiNG TO 3EBSl-"35- r JOB TIIS V- - Pli BSCR IS TJ. 0 XS ui " CA ii h F JL, A" COMPOU2fjpi C G?10'S1.SE3S1. OFFICE I 4 Z .'5wjj.'. J.MVR3 -- ?Xi T. ? WHMKWWtifc'!. i . EdEl Y 3k, K4MMeNWinwfd4aMfr-nMit!t-- ft . ' 'V JK, I- .- - ft k V. - ,,? ... , ; 5 ., " t, ,. J jMwefts, '.;li Jr. lt -- Jt I A. ' 'W" l,l t'&9li-P- ' gj.va.T.fgu.-.tjj- -: j.::,. ,31 V ?-- rvv "X x : . T -. j. - L a. - DIB JL V? BEn1 HA Ju MEa a l- fEaPl&Pw , .u !W73 JLjg - 3T SS V ijmjt Sim -J - . $.?.' -' rr' 23 A . III: IBgi Mfcigg.., IF" Jk, . v ' - sJtLae SiaassS'-B- a : Ij - A magnificent disDlav of Dress Qnnfl Silks, Satins, Velrets, Cashmeres, Ladies Clelis. etc., in all the new and desirable shades. r . ' dS. ,., O disniay in Hickman. In this line we can Oner The largest stock of new styles of imaks; Dolm tns, Kussian Uireulars, Jbangtry aUtiiife ckets, &c., that has ever been on you ta beautiful garment at from onefp dollars cheaper than an be found elsewhdi. TTn Ladies k ne Shoes, we can show something elegant. Wc sell only Bryan & Brown's make, the hest in the United States. Ihis make of Shoes has taken the premium alLIvei'he country. Ask for Bryan & Brown'sShoes; yfey have the name on every pair. A 'RTilonrlif linn of Hnsipvv. 01nvPsPn,i?RR. Laces. Embroideries and JNotions. all of whiffili'e will sell at LiiibS PRICES than other houses clln offer them. A beautiful and nob- a ..,. a ' IIU'V1 Glass $ oods at from ten to twelve per cent. . by line of Gents, Youtlis and Boys I have bought these goods for straight casl fflfjtwj enstomei's may rely on getting encaper tnan can do louna eisewiiere.M m-. . fc' m a. .j.m. v -- .,. - x t u Mr . r a Mb. f I 1 . . . - Kt . '. ' M.' -- AKAET. )t . m-- - .... V- - ""P1 T r.ATwrr thirtwo kcmejk.I Fioirpprtn , ti rmhibltltmlNta tit Xew Terk. DkiIjt Sr H. A. & R. T. Tyler, Michigan biils tho assnranpitirTjie Kopubliean State Coimnit- - A. P.gH lt'-tirW1w Cnrrls MT In the Paducah Xagpf SepthnTltlcf amiI the Booty. tltp MokI that tho fusion ticket will wt fflp. was 111 a terrible stew today. tember 9th, in an cilitaff under DlRtneSfttfrt brnnraf JaQS How L.st, How Kcstorcd. .. ? r CorrujK of 9ien. thus keening Blaine out of m is an anout tne proiumiiou vote DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tho above caption, $& pnper wno nun xi.o ur.tioov i"i Jnt pnl.1i.!iol, a new edltloa of Dr. ralrernrll' electoral votes, while Cleel this SUite, which is swelling OlrbnUft tba eaiik HICKMAN, KENTUCKY crkt of Sprm WE says : "It is commonly believed," said will get bo ven and Butler six, pnji h BiUMi enormous proportions tuat over done was the jewelry robtorrlioa or Seminal IVntorM, it lnTolntrj Semi bery in the Strand. A "profos-sionaHal Log, ImpvttMr, lltuul AkU l'brtlal In a FOIl IUESIIKXT, Mr. lirgaer, "that Blniue was ving the Butlfcr eleetorn can be p jte Bepublicans are free to say it "And now, while onjP5 luos-tiopacitj-- InpUarta to M rri.se, ATTEND TO ALL BUS el. : olw. Com goes into a store, selects for the nomination in 1S7C need to tUEfl w away their votest raafUou, Kpilepsy and Flt itiMni ly BtlMnditl of nflwananer rrWhsl out.Ayo GROVER CLEVELAND ill take away every chance of JFjVI mrsi It if titi 0 a fill vof iklbna T 7 entrusted to their care. gener, or mxbI extnTsaBe, Jte. ask Mr. TWnnV ftm "Sf5&Gn di b&K&hcsttnMbiilit(o sTilfNWulHl riaai!wp!aMttef n Tfc OffiXillBt Block. cMrata sMtbur. In tbla adraJrHey. 1' - j nwn wkklrv( J OF XEVT YORK. among tiitTnmgs aFKnrprt.T "tore is nnth .' Hid Uamoron rntg timtlr mon.trt. from a thirty jmri'wcoral H roctly. va: a &r pTBCtk. tkt tb slarwiBK eif. Glowing reports come from Oh If cuuud mu IHAUKCU mm HO kf yon or did you not fo$ the Tobac- - furtiier from tho truth, and the State by counties has developed about to leave when there enters a . ""mt WiaiWei.My tntTenr,conHimut of abd .nen Vy oi.t.r vrhleh .implr, cej; potlc ui botause it sup- - iy color for the statement lien w and the national committee ) Plant mor&y tally 50 per cent, more prohibi- his confederate in tho character no m:tir wlwt lU ertrj : tfce fa ft that Senator Cameron ouested to keen oooland oon THOS. A. HENDRICKS, ported tion votes than was trreamed of of a detective. At sight of him vrly anl r4lcally. opposed to 1 viiatever may oe tue "" honld h h three weeks ago, and so nearly the buyer looks miserable. OF INDIANA. This (mesu'on roviyes an old ex- wis accomplishedhim. aHis defeat cent, yoth ud " ry bum tbe Uwi. tb bttHl of Try by disclosure suit in October, Sensior Pay , wj ploded slacder usdU in the Con- made by Win. H. Kemblc, who Gov. Hoadlv and othpr leade docs it all eoir.e from the Ropub-S.utmlrrl,Jii HVlia ntfcrf to any aJ- says the detective; "At last," , vn rcet: BFUIffOJff, lican ranks that the outside per-- ! "you don't escape me this time." THE rUIMAIUES A'D 5IAK3IOKY. gressional race oflSTi, and the etaa. AiMrtat of Umt (tnu 0r two ssataze wa a delegate from the Fourth declare that there is not the sii rentage is not worth considering. Then addressing tho storekeepTHE CULVER WELL MEDICAL CO., Ten years ago tHe Hickman editor of the Hiokirian Courier district, Philadelphia, and had no est donbt of Clevelanfc car 1 Awi St.. Xaw Y,ik, S. Y. ; rW What to doto check tho prohibi- er, he says : "I havo been aftor 0c i, WO Coukiee urged that the Ken- has the host of reasons for be- - reference direct or indirect to the the State. tion fever the committee does not this gentleman for two years, tho Oapifca, Tlio Democratic still innt in know. Overtures made to St. cleverest thief in town; he has tucky Legislature ought to legal- lieving'and knowing that it was a relatione between Senator Cameron nd Mr. Blaine." diana has unearthed t.ery li John to withdraw havo been un- bought watches &ud rings ofyon!" ize primary elections by statute slander on Ool. Tamer and the ".After the sixth ballot had been Democratic disaffection while j successful, although money aud Bondtirant Brcwri "Yes." law, and at that time we published then odilor of the I&ducah Tobac- completed," continued Mr. DiMOttnk PMpranl Jrvoe Money, Itnrg nrohibitiou vote is saidio be pledges of political preferment "And paid you in ftve And 3ik) Jtxcliaiige on any 1'oint in the a primary election law which had co Plant, as his ownt pocket-boobecame evident that the vond all exnectation. Cfov. I BCmlTIK AMI VKMaISO were freely tendered. The facts Unite! Ktea, &licit Account ef tbe pound notes V been passed by the Pennsylva- soreJy rememborsto thi day. iastt would he decided on the dricks has virtually relieved are that the Democrats feel "Yes." People CemraUy- CoMetio rinI I'rcmpt RamkVUrceat Current Ktof Exchange nia Legislature. Political panios Tiio Tobacco .Plant actively sup- next; The Pennavlvania delegates national committee of any res ConjnjissioQ Hjercljafe .assured of canning the State and "Let me see them." were voting for John F. Hartranft, sibility for his State. A. T. MITCHELL, CathUsr. jthe Republicans have all but giv-'eare a necessity in a Hepublican ported Turuer, andfTurner gave in oliedience to the resolution of Very little is heard from They are handed to the detectup any hope of Blaine's success ive, who picks up both money and HICKMAN, KY., government, and recognizing this that office all the vffk he could,' the State Convention! In order consin, but thinking Democi While no Hepublican of jewelry, makes a memorandum in here. Keep always en hnnd, Fresh fact, it is but right that tho State and so far as wo kabwor believe that tho State might make itself ulace little reliance in the as prominence will admit that Cleve his handcuffs tho thief, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. LIME, CEMKT, SALT, PLABTBH hi the succeeding ballot, the ance that the llennblicans wi law should arrange for a fair and always paid for it, and never gave felt l ican carrv uie State, there the storekeeper to follow for ES, G P. ASS SEEDS, CLO VER, &c are few who deny that his chan- - rPMt8 frt lllA nnHf,ft -- ttion proper expression of the people that paper a cent ofher than tin's delegation. withdrew were consulta turned out of kouae and home l1ftlpll nnikAMA MV.A .AnW. it viii Xi eu gaged HICKMAN, KT. tions While they J.UC1U BiU UU IVWUi id ffkTn J. Will aake liberal adTances on CoUcd ices in general have wonderfully ,ScotiRn(1 VnnHin n few minutes. through tho machinery of these legitimate patronage. Tho To- thtrfthe late Morton MeMichael gylvauia, Iowa, Nebraska and Corn, &., fer mto or rhlpmenl. improved within the past lOW I have a cab at the door with 333- - CJ. HOS;n3.3sa3;r&gg,c5 political parties. The difference bacco Plant received a very andr Gen. Bingham addressed uesota, and the Deinocratiu frs tahl weeks. another officer inside," ho continthejiselves earnestly to tho dele- - do not seem anions to know m between the legalized and tho orlist from Tursubscription ues, and he hauls off his prisoner, dinary primary election is that un- ner's supporters throughout the gats in advocacy of voting for about thoo States. They DZALEn IK whiio the storekeeper goes for his "l irgii r. iinne to claim both the Bltine. At der the first the election officers District, but searoely any adver- MoMiehael'sthe conclusion 01 Eltllt. hat and coat, and in due curse remarks it was and are very emphatic in a fpKist to tbe Chicago vm. EOO-SEB- , are sworn and responsible to tho tising and job printing from tho proceeds to Scotland Yard, to find Italian axd American Marble been infC that the solidity of the I a deep improseion had Gon. Roijecians has returned that they had not heard of he law, and have power to swear vo- city of Padueali, 4fwTurncr paper! made. Just aa tho votes were will not be broken. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYS a w from1aA torn of the soldiers' homes robbery or the clever capture. Cleveland's chances in ters, and each aro subject to in- not being popular in that city.) and abeut to be taken air. Kemble .& c tka IfcA.wl f fix. EEPS nil kinds of etaplo and f&xty nn4 delegates York Stato seem to be gro dictment for a violation of the hence tho Tobace'o Plant failed.) arse. . .Ho asked the and gave brighter every dav, judging The Detroit Free Press says: STOrfKB. n congressional committee looking in the matter atoryis told of a" Washing oath, for failure to enforce or vio- There were just enough of us, tofuaurfe kii oniuiou that the nomination district reports. The Deinoci g iih,u ineir euuuiuoii. xiu iuuuu "fl.o wit that some months after Uiem in rainy good saape. b pen ic ton lation ofthe primary olection regu- who supported ""Judge Boone of BJsihe would bring defeat to (now claim the State even on rcel?4l ftfise It f Amtr ConrMtionerios. Will bs plad io ing of politics, he says his advices the Mulligan episode, he saw Mr. HAVING Italian Marbia, I aat pre and his narty. He referred to the basis of Blaine carrying it Demo- against Turner in,iS7i ivim ld Mstotsers, and will both rait lation. The Eepublican, set from California indicate that Cleve Blaine sauntering down Pennsyl- par4 U all all ordera. Call and ezM:at Northern bounds of tha ia prieand uivlity. Call and ioq cratic, or any other political par- the iinaucial condition and oppor damaging, stories that would be .to the city ar wrk land will carry the State. All par- vania avenue with his hand in his as. Quick Sales and Small Prcctls. with the doubtful record York old, aiMl Order fram the cauatry praatptly ty could orgauizo under tho pri- tunios of the Tobacco Plan to be Mr. Blainejohad made during his jjt is confidently 50,003 majority ties, he says, are friendly to any own pockets. 'Why, just look Von'tb underbid TJanif believed that maySfi mary election statute, the party able to completely vindicat e that Uublic life. gs one who will help them keep out there,' said he, 'whoever saw tho He drew from his eitv and Brooklyn, including Ute Chinese, and for that reason like of that! There goes Jim using pajdug all costs without es- paper before any fairminded peo fnocket two canceled checks, and eouuty will give Cleveland ail Blaine is looked upon as a friend Blame with his hands in his own pouse to tho State, The primary pie, and have reasons to know continued: "I never n:wi auy legi- 60.000 maionty, not coantm: of the State: but his party has - pockets.'" 3T05S SAJL'B, wilh independent arid new vote. SGBBOHNffi, election plan' is being so much dis- that the reaction of the slander timate business transactions ways been opposed to the restrictsigned by wav of ncunnj: is anstame Mr. Blaine. They aro XjJLjSTIX Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood's let cussed now before these people, strengthened Turner. Again, we .me, made payable to his order aud the Democratic record of pre1 rag ive measures, while the Democratic trarty, as regards the State as ter of acceptance of the nomina it is well to direct public atten don't bolievo that Turner would indorsed and returnert to km. years, and is comforting at i almost certain for Cleveland. His tion for the Fresidencv bv the F A g 5215f AB2.-on Ty,rafg road, tion to this old proposition of the or doegtbuy any newspaper's in- - When Blaine was speaker of the There will be about 1,225,000 1Q 1 ceres UickttiBn. Addrtw,-5 ) country has giv "Woman't iNational Equal Rights m faa n.. ijax Coujrrcs 1 was mJr- teaat in this Slate in Tovc: ers visit through the ii,. a x i Hickman CoT3Rig?3nicQKj . . M. P. l)03AH0Bt en ium exoelietit, opportunities of :WVK Wmm JH SM fJMfyi0 kcrtnrs fttet9)tttfid.Cta3raMhd tUlwU i m'VKa&Kswwh IEE favored it then, has favored lieve that the historflpr his c obiftervntton, nnd he Havs that in how orgnnliea to Jollow tjrtH0" i"uur C. Davis & Co , 5t. Losib.Mo way of half of them, while from 40.1 or Saku nee in a the Northwest the Oermuns arc v"3ke ot tne big circus, iieiva's SHOE and advocated ever since, and fa- didncies afford tho proof that hoffa'm-a!- le ruTfmf. He agreed to 60,000 are conceded to Bntle flocking to Cleveland, aud ho has letter compares very favorably vors it now. Speakingas a Demo- would rather have tff 'active op- - r "3 J asked for j?",000. I paid 11,000 to St. John. with those of the other candi- no doubt of his election. crat it is the only plan that will position of a local pa$!r thanMts mm me money wim mm cucr SHOr. North Wet comer of Moacow date. 5Tolec. $5,000). Suoseqaently aud Troy Avenues, Eaat Hickma-- , Ky., Blafise'ft Libel Hnfi. ever stop tho wrangling between support, to placejit ujfbn no high- - (exhibiting to me and demanded AH persons holding claims against rna KTaMN teaell Ont. Blaine came "i5atiction guaranteed. The branch, penitentiary has l2JDiANoroLts,IXD., Sept i eUte f Mix. Annirt L. RSRnsmn, deceased, Democrats, and what is more tho er ground. Turnei'B fposition in 12,500 more, and I waa obliged April. , Gov. St. John, the prohibition been located on Seteuce Hill, near er-are requested to file wtid ehm, properly Argument took place thia candidate for tbe Presidency, j,as Democrats aro gradually growing this regard is, if wo Understand to yield and make the second jy-meproved up on or before tbe 30th of Juuo, noon before Judge Woods ia the beeti offered inducements to "back Eddyville, about a quarter of a with this check (exhibiting 1S84, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm. to the idea. It is coining. Demo him, that local papers ought to United States District Court on ;out 0f the Mr. Daniel, can- - mile from tbe Chesapeake. Ohio & II. C. Buck, the $2,500 check). Southwestern railroad. Work, it W. DIBSTELBRINK crats, EepublicansGreenbackers, treat local candidates. pth a comBWne- - didate for Guardian Mattio Eebinsotu on the is Now said Mr. Kemble, I defy motioti of defense in the understood, will be commenced St. think of it. mon courtosy, and leave tho can- any man to say that 1 had any oth- Sentinel libel suit for a rule re- tamo ticket says: quiring answers on a given day to "It is urn that overtures have at once and pressed forward as didates to fight their om battles. er business transaction with the interrogatories appended to rapidly as possible. It 'aznily St. John to with about eighteen months will take Kentucky is The sentiment of Wc haven't a copyf tho News Blaine. I defy any man to dispute the defendant's answer. Beibre Jboen made Gov. me no or two draw. He told later than opposed to working penitentiary which contains this series of in- the genuineness of this indorse- the argument commenced Seaor I'M on day last that he had been ap years to build this prison. ment in Blaine's handwriting. If 25cts Lower than the Lowest labor against free labor, but just terrogatories to Tuqicr, but un- ho is nominated by this conven- HsrriBou spoke at length own proached by men of position and Before the tariff was removed me- what it took to he the law in influence, who had offered hira emhow tho convicts aro to bo I hyt no elerk expensse no store ra derstand that among the others, tion, I will give these facts to the from quinine, the price was $3.50 fCfO spaec to name nil Rrtlolofl, but no coeds. and pay eash for all my Greeeris, and ployed without coming in contact it contains one, in pnrport, as fol- public, and his defeat is certain to the matter. Ho said that no or hope, considerations and induce- per ounce, and since the removal XI treuUe to show the soraer of Troy therefore can Bel ns oheap an the cheap der to answer interrogatorief J ments if he would consent to with- of the tax it lias fallen as low as ndorae and tee, at Er.st follow. I have no objection to a with some kind of free labor, is a lows : iiickmr, Ky est. Best brands, of Wittenberg and Ln and Moscow Avenue. r man being bought, but I protest ed in a common law case had ever hold his letter of acceptance and Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the Ion puzzler. in this city against him demanding the pay been made by tho Court. He eriti decline the nomination. It may be $1.02, and vet there ro people in "Did yon not assort 3t. JOHN WITTING. this country who will go to tho cised the action of the defendant aid. however, that wo mutually polls with the ague and vote for (Paducah) that the Hick'man Coite-ik- twice." The Ecntiment of Kentucky is was being ruu on money fur"The effect of this speech was in resortinirto technicaliticsiaor agreed to stand by one another, the party that opposed tho removopposed to working penitentiary nished by you (Turner.? electrical," continued Mr. Bergner. der to delay tho trial. His c8ent and thai we will stay out the cam- al of this tax. and paign if only a baker's dozen of why labor against free labor, but VSJ ITTO .!.'. l This interrogatory, if wo havo it "When Kemble sat down he hau would eome at any time and tSJ n.'. those who have publiikod votes are onr reward. God for- - There can bo no qnostion about ihe Chief Executive, Gov. Knott, correctly, is" too absurd and ridi- ded tho cancelled checks around statements atoutl bid that one of us should prove it; the Republicans of Ohio are & f3 should be so violently assaiied for culous to notice. Whatever any among the delegates, and they these libelous H. 0. wero examined carefully and criti- him and his family and maki in unfaithful to our trust. thoroughly alarmed about the conKENTUCKY STREET, esocuting tho law, is what we ouo may say or may have said cally. dition in that State. The Irish I had them in my hand, and their presence and in the preimce (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) oonstantly on hand for hlr. don't understand. KEEPS salo againstTurncr, no one over ac- am satisfied they were genuine. of the world a full statement of hi Tl A(,-Over. vote is not going to Blaino ; tho entire domestic life and give ifrthe All kinds of beinga"fool, and for HOUSES, BUGGIES and HACK3. '2he sentiment of Kentucky is cused him'ofmade auck an asser- Immediately after, the vote was defendants here an opportunity The act of Tammany last night drift of the Gorman voto is to Having purchased the stable, keries delegation decided Cleveland. taken and tho him to havo STAPLE AND FANCY GRRCERIES and entire outfit of Y. B. Plumraer for the fullest cross examination. insures the vote of the great Emopposed to working convict labor we propose to continue the business, and tion thereby acknowledging his to cast its voto for ITayos. That Judge Woods said ho was re pire Stato to Cleveland and Hena wretched story that comes It is in competition with frco labor; voto decided tho issue against s house, atbot solicit patronage' a try- Blaino. While the balloting in net suit to make anv now rMng dricks. Tho voto iudorsiug the from the beautiful city of Naples. usually kept in but just why men who never work own guilt as to corrupting, or to.corrupt a newspaper, wonld the Chicago Convention, in 1880, which would change the practice. ticket was overwhelming. Tho Added to the horrors of King Chol lorn prices. at any kind of labor should hold ing TEAS, in progress, Gen. Simon Came- of tho court. Personally ho would resolutions wero outspoken and era's carnival is the deep gloom of FANCY 0AND1ES, BOOTS AND SHOES. indignation meetings, is not so bo proving himself not only was alluding to tho same matter, be m favor of the filing of wfter manly, and give the party a guar- an ignorant superstition which CKLES T, ron, corrupt but a consummate fool said clear. to a neighbor that it was evi- rogatories in this class ofcasof, as antee that John Kelly and all the frustrates every attempt to banish CRhNnhiVilES, HOMINY, GRITS Tumor's worst enemies couldnot dent that tho people were for he thought it would often ve crowd will pull off their coats, roll tho scourge from the city. Oflclal Yete of the trlmar.r. believe sucli a charge in such Blaine; but owing to the evidence trouble, but under the circurallan- - up their sleeves, spit on their Keeps In atook the very Best MaUrlaL Tram tb Padacah Not. against him, it would be fatal to ces he thought the best disnpsi hands and go to work in dead earCarpenters Wanted. shape. Besides, the Hickman nominate and keeps only the best workmen. Wfc tion of the case would bo to aow. nest. The Democratic Committee of him." C) Rood Carpenters can Kt employment at fugai ColTees, Soaps, eSrc. guaranteed. Bepairing solicited. the interrogations to remain onlle, the First Congressional District Courier has not been' supportday and board for two montLs. Hlic Sleppnd On. TurnWliBt with the understanding basedon of Kentucky having met on this ing Turner, and why should J.oro SnnbtfMl Ntatex. Apply to Campbell & Wall, Cavce Ky. K5ill not be undersold. Eggs, &c Senator Harrison's statement fbat Singularly great preseuco of day at the City Hall in Paducak er furnish any money to run it? C'iaclDDAtl Tim (Kcp.)Will psy full prico for Butter, T. J. JJAYNES. and duly compared the poll books This interrogatory appears too abThe truth is if reports purport they will be answered in a few mind for a lady was displayed by THE BARTER GROCERY. and votes cast at tho primary surd to merit'scrious notice. ing to come trom Headquarters are days. Mr. Turpie, council for'ile- - the wife of adjutant of the Thirty-sixt" regimont of Madras infaptry, Frcicssiosnil iemiant. did I10t understand that elections held on August 30th, J. 3L MONTGOMERY", trustworthy MR. to his friends and theyublie thai "With regard to the chargo which chieftains aro that,.JJapublian, tfntrt&tjlmt Stae- - ItfCIIo'nW at Cannanora. Awak-int- r 188i, under the call aud resoluot so he has opened a new and fresh supply of in the middle of the niVlit and utions of the committee made and Turner made, or is said to have corned about Ohio as about Mich- - went. Senator Harrison remark! all kinds cf Family Grocehis, which he sup- igan, Wisconsin and Iowa. In ed that he had said 11 ho wojild feeling thirsty, she arose to got a 0X0passed at its meeting on May 3, made, that ho was offered tho will sell as low as the lowest. He is rea1884, and found tho result and port of tho Paducah. iNews for a these Statos it is something more say on that subject. Counsel Ton' gloss of water. In putting her B. F. O'BANIEL, dy at all times to exchange Groceries at Ik D., Jos.. SOHM, voto to bo as follows : than apathy that renders tho situ plamtifl proposed to answer ttftstf foot on the floor she stepped on cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, er sum of money, tho Hickman any kind of marketing that tbe farming Stone; Vote of counties. Vanghanation apparently critical. Tho de- interrogations, and answer tlfcnt something cold, and m a moment HIS PROFESSIONAL 0X0 friends may bring in. The highest Caldwell 0 487 has nought to do; and jn all fection going on for years has very soon. "I do not name a dnr, iho felt, tho slimy coil of a snake OFFERS to the citizens of Hickman and &53 Crittenden. ... Keeps tho very best makes of Beer, fresh ket price always paid. i courtesy if tho News isthus at- weakened tho party, and tho com- but I say to your honor that it nil!', around lies ankle. Instantaneous vicinity. J Lyoa J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRQ. 1 393 bo very soon." After furthernrl that Office Corner room in Laclede House and cool, and polito and attentive clerks to Trigg tacked, wo trust itmay defend it- bination of all opposing forces in gument, Judge Woods refusodtheJ Iy it flashed across her mindmust 350 ' 11 Fervc customers. us it had not bitten her she Livingston 141 0 self without bringing in tho name the presentis campaign will bring rule asked for on tho grounds stn have stepped oibits nock, and sho a Callowaj believed, unless Re225 disaster, it 2 of tho Hickmnn Gourier even by publican workers bestir them- ted above. It is probable hnfc 'nnKol down her weiirht unon it. 108 Marshall.. 35 McCracken 13G 220 A.. interrogation. Editors may make selves moro industrionsly than Senator Harrison will now aakha s it writhed and made ovcrv 436 Gravis 10 H. to fix an early day for trial: fort to get free. Thus sho stood KNOEEU, havo been doing. Money is such fiirlit for or asniiist a candi they Ballard 74 21 uu mat ,ir. liiaine win appear in? till her hnsnanu strncK a lignt PHYSICAN AflD SURGEON, lacking, enthusiasm is lacking, and Eickman No return. date as to them seems best it is The beat make ot tb geJcbretc (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) uonit ior examination. t4 a "Stand firm," ho saiu, as soon as . ..No return. Pulton Columbus no matter ot oars, but tor our leadership is lacking. Cool headKENTUCKr . ' f ,nc $w Jier terrible situation, and EICKMAN, r.- . ed Republicans of Michigan '. part wo felt thatit was a noble Wisconsin express alarm at and Hints have been drnnnA.i$ '' the strong-nerve..2708 281 Total lady did so tin the r iruuc rn' Total number votes cast: 3,000. ? his Professional Services to a utterance of Capt.tonc, at Clin- unfavorable drift of sentiment in lanilT? ! w tlnys xrr it1 h0 lm1 taIceu a razor, and pnt-IsTurner received 1 vote in Crittenden the citizens of Hickman and vicinity, oujSfnr'-tinSidown to hpr foot, out the and (according to a Blaine, of Maine, will ton, last Monday, when HftiSim-sel- f their States, and 6 in Trigg. AKD j anl6-'8- 0 off. tRandle received 2 votes in Marshall to his full height on liis one correspondent of tho Republican Ohio, ostensibly to isit -tho O.ii.snakc's hoad Kept for sale, at a bargain, at thelitery w.-- . J ?.f ! end 2 ia Graves. Philadelphia Ledger) givo the pos- cmnavi exposition. ut coarse2 and Sale Stable of TTork IIjo rtontltf. Hon. W. J. Stono having re- leg ho bravely aad "eloquently itive opinion that neither Stato is whiio there, he will avail hinfnnif FAKI3 & PARKED I Coant N,w-oeggcu "tuo politicians oi mis "by any means sure." Indeed, of the opportunity to whisnr in ceived a majority of all tho votes L. Tt seems to ns that tho trne so. C. is hereby declared to bo the nom- District to hanclsfbfif, and leave gays thie correspondent, unless a confidential wrv that, whiu LOWEU and LOWER. of tu0 convJcts Ial)or probinee of the Democratic party to tho fight to his opponent and him- the inside information coming to cal necessities compelled hisselm-jln0- " represent the First Congressional self before tho "people that all both tho Repuolicau and Demo ing committal to tbe prohibiten" Hem lays in working them on the ATTORNEY AT LAW All.Hnds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. , District of Kentucky in the 49th cratic National Committees ia al- ainemmnent, ne was ream- - onntftniii ibublic roaus 01 mc omto utviumg aa cheap aa the cheapest. I will not be . .. :., onnoilc m inrtr ni Rftv ..- -r 3 f mis CongrcBB of tho United States, the assistance- hofasked of any together at fault, there is no long- t t aiiu hb iiuoi in it- actnrilTt Itlipm bmhij" iv it,, ..,! under3Cld.. DEALEB j.v XTiNG. JOuN J( nnfl work ono snnaa in eacn conn Collector, Real Estate Agent. citizen or politician was thoir er any chance of tho Blaino ticket rofnsod to vote for it. .and entitled to tho support of tho - for one year, bj this moans thoy Democratic voters at the Novem- votes," &c. f carrying Michigan. Reports from .: HICKMAN, KY. -. 1TTl.-i l. i . Family vw v.ab.v trtlA ., iji; ,...-- . ? iieiirvm mMV l. (Mnnror J i. 'nnnii.Ti x?iil j rftP tln OntlPfl ..vv in. also make tho Republicans ber election 1SS-4- . Iowa IE!1, ". I'o? Kent. .VU uneasy, joepecially with respect to dent. Chester A. Arthnr willw. 'nbont four years, and if tho roads PwT.Albiutton, Oh'n. EST Will attend promptly to all hosl Tho Plant Bros. & A. AUD ALSO, tiro from public xqy on the dty nil over the State are m tiio samo ncSg entrusted him in Southwcslm IhoronRmr: rcnorate(jCo. building Is to be - A." W. Gbiep, Sec'y. . Tho continued .failures and de- the Congressional vote. an(1 ,;,;,, nnd next, fend historr frni condition as this and adjoining Kentu"iy and Northwestern Tennessee of March falcations all overgho country has t - Gov. frora tne lst of January, Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, nnd nlljkin&i Hendricks will address the destroyed' confidence io such an Hon. Carl Sohnrz is doing a record him as a very respeoSbie Eountioa aro, xuore woum oo.no Special attention giVcn to tho invcsliga 1880.00 & addro& of lushing Tackle and Supplies, at Land tian II. C. UUCIv, Ohio Democracy at Columbus, 0., extent that thonvfitftil business great work for Oioveland in the person whose clothes fitted ftvSi raiiiso of complaint about compe- - sale of Roal titlos, and the purchase Groceries nnd Family Supplies gen"tV'-i. 1l.n of Estate rja8 Harris Station, Tenn. t.l erally. lently well. fition-imen are apprehojnfivo iuuui. Sept. 25tli. , West. USE WSSMS COQSISB. Sr SOJHBWIIAT PKItSO?-1'- " ANOTHER SHOT. rtvilnrti e -- ... Attornevs at TTJ-IL- m&stm , n de-feiit- od P l.j oi:-c- o tSrvlSil " l - ! 9"f Ik A n-- n uf FUZTON BANK El'. r-j- t h 1 ( ; 850,000.00. r - -- Rerg-ncr,V- it one-hundre- d k to-da- y n , ; ! note-boo- k, SU&-PL- T- JV I lib-or- al j ovi-de- st J. W. . , . j GEOGEEIES, v i- WE zi-i"- TIMBER . 1 - iotm - w . -- . - ) mMt j ! -- nt Yiee-Preside- nt Groceries. - hl-- " e eon-fro- nt .r-T- .' -- JUD livery stable sale Faeis Parked, y Coatlr-Jcorn- l. 1 first-clas- MNCE-MEA- A n E. GLAZIER, jjjt - h Oafis, -- ihueirveotr-S!tl,oStsriator-lm- d TIVOLI HALL. -- ' . Cou-RiE- R Proper. - ar - jt o.f-cou- rt DR. Jl. FAJISr. L FOS SAL -i- -- -- d ot GSOGEEIS t 'fi 11 1 R PBK A? T? -- J 1 EANDIE f - - . - . "j F. CASE, ffv- kip . , -- jw-- v- ii-- Giweries; . m nbac-gai- n. J I Cpf a panic. u .S "3 i. i ! all t A,. '' ' I F- - r .3rtB?S5:ti