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Mr ,,- Holme uuildinjr, Cliulon Street, BIIili-KCE-XJ- GEORGE WARREN, Editor. IVovjiiier i "SoHtorn Kentucky. " iarvrT.Aa?T.03srs 10. 1884. rOlIKTS. riUCE OF SU7tSCICirTIOt si .so. DAN: W. Y00BHEES. A. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER lig VOL. X.W0. T nux-Vcmi- L?5- - z ETC. EXO. OAII1. SS3B TJ- 2. - . -- A chanojjthe administration of lh My physician, TJPfBtdy filled my Vermont school teachers aro proHas Mr. Blaine yot drawn upon National Jigjerament on the 4th of the bank at Little Rock, for which ho system full of qn'Myd hibited by law from the use of tobacco. and got ray it March "eitmevitable. The election "cast an anchor to the windward,"--' for and similar Rutland lleraUL will only decide? what the character of a contribution to the party campaign liver to again ta&affjjwarks where it A Methodist preacher of Phillips-por- t, had left ofl", and"roMg nie in a tolerthat changephall be. The colorloss, barrel? miles .on N. Y., travels forty-liv- e my friends, but consenative ant safe. Administrathe State, for or against the amendThe Tribune likons B.laine to St. ably healthy condiwgilo an assessment his Sunday circuit, holds four meetinjgs", The Democratic Senator from Indiana w-lment? It is certainly extraordinary tion of Frtsident Arthur will end at Paul; Senator Hawley compares him several of whom, and receives a stipend of $200 annually. Froeuta jofanterly Ito lew or the Denv ground to take that a man should evade i that iimeqand-- ' a now Administration with tho Saviour. They make ratlur for funeral expensfc$Kd been much - Rujfala Express. , ocrattcirsues or the Current 1'oIIt-,- ,ill begMiMynica, something unforesaiddhat his simplest duties as a citizen of the awkward work, hunting around for concerned more Ten thousand children in Philadelleal GninjMign. fxercisa. He I must take seen and Salt, unlikely shall happen Judas Iscariot. Boston Post. Wvr. Jstate u which he belongs, simply phia arc deprived of a public education 1874 advised rao to plari Hfe solo once or at an election some time in tho mcantimejIeithcrcGovcrnor Cleveland Mr. Cleveland has, at least, one for To prevont tho passage of this bill "sing a of want of room. The school building or Mr.BiauipylH direct the changes indisputable advantage over his leading twice a day at ftituif he is to receive vntes as x canThe following is an abstract of Senof Philadelphia number was arraved tho whole power of the and toi an hour or that will ffeenceforth be m the antagonist. ator Voorhoe speech rucentlv delivered The Governor took to the shnrn saw. pleasalK?xaer afternoons which arc owned bv the city. Forty- railroad kings, Gould, Huntington, et didate for a Federal office. Does he conduct tXJthe Executive made two of the office. And woods in at Worthington, linl. !! said: two are rented. Philadelphia Prdss. August. Mr. Blaine will tako with the gay td omne genux; tho lobbies swarmed, think he is going to win the votes of tho practioaUquestlon to bo considered those opposed to sumptuary legislation Brooklyn to the woods in November. Thp dominant in the present canvass with their agonts, and their representatI take advice, After careful inquiry, the Morav-- , I am a person 'jWJf by voters jrKp act upon thoir Is made up b.v eemaurt lor a ohange, his f the ives on the floor by voice aud voto in State and .Nation by tho contempti- aud convictions in a matter ofjudgment Eagle. purnosesof reform and punflcatkm. for the especially when Jwvejo pay for it at vians ot Bethlehem, Pa., have decided o this imother hand, exercised their utmost energies to com- ble skulking? And, on The New York Times sas "The full rate vhcthJfowi 't or not: so I that the Esquimaux of Alaska present 3ue liana, and by a strenuous determination portance IVhidi of theso men will to remain in tho enjoyment of the emoluD. II.,' at the added a wood-sHfpass s defeat. Indeed, Mr. Gould was does he think that the large number of bo likely timakc tho ' porstuial ef- greater obstacles to conversion than ment; or power oil the other. The peoplo chango most con- cabalistic symbols '19 Prohibitionists on principle, who desire bottom of Blame's telegram of April fects, and borrcwMni-niowc- r there and in person directed the opera who seek no ofhees. and expe t to hold none, from any other poople on earth, and therefore Nation, will ducive to tie honoc and welfare of tho 16, 1872, to Warren Fisher, prove that ,'nJnei!rhbofewli3)ttg-.gA;euwncdalawn- . are intoroetod only iu the work of retorm and tlons of the lobby. The cause of the prohibition throughout the havo sent missionaries to thorn. Xf - Nation? in pood government. To th. m I( matters not people, however, was in the tllUV4 of be attracted to his standard by a -con. -- A ohair of geography is to be ingti- ;iL;a , miiir ineiatjJqa3UonBentcnriboahejwa8ja ,oVl, xi'Aii: ..J&SX W&. by giving te in power, nor what individuals what party , ni u... t i ifimDiatiaii i i ni tua iMi&iuoniiA n:uiAKonr " l cj wsi"'" v"4aqtt"aKy ,t.n-- j 'deadadlWflltiPWBBBSIBrSrtBWHBi HrTuiiJhVyopnrittf' "mortgage. tuteuat' eaon Of tfceCs3SKtn'univeMttic?' iMHHMHMMH arc in niacg. so ton? an the popular win to ml ot history tnas, tnougn a momoor oi I-ecute4mrfTuflribjaffas!fnq Tho refusal of Republican orschool 'toTtyemcntiriitrjjrtmriKWy of the people aro a nniiOr currenev. it not rhrht in all tho States. It is cer the samVpart . his views of a foreign gans to publish tho later chapter of Though cruel fate and tht sherirt had with the beginning of thes present of the no subterfuce could blind and no snatched awav his lawp, he .aii held on year. In Germany oniy tor the pub Ic good asthey undif.cred so radically from those The speaker, after reading the tariff plan tainly a new thing for Mr. Blaine to bo policy derstand it, and whenever they distrust tbetr in the Republican platform adopted at Chargument swerve him from tho as a sort familv universities -f- ourteen out of twenty- that his retirement Blaine's railroad correspondence is a to his agents, their public s.rv ants m the affairs of icago, said: apaccomplishment of the object in view. so very jealous oiSlate rights. He has of President hcirlooni, which ho wanted baud ouo have such professorships. government, although of their own party, posithn of Secretary of stato queer way to exonorate him. They ' Within these few lines there is the tsot tho Among those in the Sonate who most been an advocate of the principle of from pear to have inadvertently dipped their down to his posterity, not ucces,nrilv name and creed, it will be seen that party ties extraordinary confession of guilt ever msJo The Cornell university last year , paternal Government pushed to its beoamc at oncenecessary upon the for- whitewash-brus- h are speed iy di. emirded, and jmrty leaders by a political part-- and or the most fatalto-por- t stoutly resisted the into the black paint-po- t. for publication, but as an evidence Jjat had 461 students, of whom of thoThur-ina- n n repudiated und o erthrown. extreme limit Ho would even havo mer's accession to the" Chief Magisto those who are responsible for tho enra act waa James G. Blaine. In fact, he had once owned a lawn. There is abundant cadence of this fact all it condemns. The inequalities here admitted were women. The productive endowthe tiovernment take under its control tracy. There vvas a change" in tho 1 his year arouixi us at th- -. time. A large number of by to exist in a system of tantf taxation were in the long debate that attended the Blaine hopes that everybody the question of the payment of Stato conduct of our frreign relations, upon will Mr.tho Mulligan letters. As the available realmy neighbor had all his ment of the university is $.1,7OO.OO0: tar tfcsu&Iost Republican newspaiiers In the ilHt eu in the law more than twenty years a bill, he was tho leader of tho opposi)f Mr. Freliughuyseu a chieken-coo- The value of its property, excluding the , read estate ttnd 1 nlted State, those great jourua s which b the Ropublicun party, and havo remained debts: and now he develops an unex- the substitution anil he said I could use the lawnV Fisko estate, now in litigation, $t.90Q,- hnvs hcretolore led their part to victory, are there ever since. Less than two years ago, in tion. pected tenderness for the sovereignty for Mr. Blaine, qiite as complete as any Independents aro circulating two or' now supporting the In the Sonate, April 9, 1878, Mr. Congress, that party wenj candidate for the Fort President, because they have low faith In the through the work of taritf revision, and a mil and autonomy of a State and shrinks that can result fnm the substitution of thrco million copies of that celebrated mower all summer if I would be kind 000. Income last year, $'217,700. to it and not leave it out of nights to fall Ihaca Journal. present Jeadtr- - and methods of their own purporting to accomplish that purposa be- Blaine offored the following amendment from invading it with even so much as another Secrotarr for the present in- correspondence, this is a very high to the Pacific Railroad Funding Aet: organisation. Many o! ibe best known names came a law in March, tea. Still the inequaliof thoir campaign work to into tho hands of some person who cumbent. It is lor the country to say extraone small inference. Truly such An American gentleman has been of the Republican pari- are pursuing- the ties of the tariiT remain. The admission But so iong as said Central and same course and lrum uie s.ime mom es. whether it wishes the inevitable chango come from tho Republican candidate. would forget to bring it bnck in the examining the churches of London and of that fact Is mado of record. Tbe t nion PaciSc Railroad ComiwuiesPaciBcfaith- ordinary and, on his part, unpreceshall -i hitherto devotedly unequally morning. I assured him that while in the other great towns of England to of yeutleiatAbout all tho Government lands burdens of taxation are fully comply with the proxisions of the said dented delicacy, is suspicious. What in this important Dllice to bo a chango uttached r that party ha e also been organ- placed on tho labor and productions my charge his should not discover if possible the most perfect ized a dfrtJle In almost, if not ever State in of the country. A greater crime than is here notsot paytm nts In 1, aud or this act, relating is vour little game, Mr. Blaine? Do jou back to the mingbd truckling, bullying tho Democratic party secured during to th to the fntted Mates on acthe Union, to aid m the elevation ot one not confessed can hardly be committed again5 count of tbe bonds advanced, and of sinking think the disaffected Germans of tho and intrigue tht characterized Mr. its reign tho Republican party have do- get into bad company. I model for a popular church. And ho of their political fait b to the Presidency. So the people. Long years of opportunity to lunds to be established as aforesaid, such country are I think I feel a great deal bettor for found that tho church of Rev. Ajchib-alcoming back to you on the Blaine's managonont of our relations nated to railroads and squandered. great and widespread is this movement in the correct this onormous evil have been neglectI have been I deemed and taken Now party will Republican i any in favor of independent ed. basis of such a transparent ruse? Under Republican tariff legislation compliance shall be obligations of saida lo with the South American States and come tho Democratic obtain morehavo to the exercise havo believed, taking. not Brown, of London, most nearly. ap- -- , e to meet the voting at the oatafttg election that my col- monopolies on every hand had waxed fat and lands would not had I into power to , proached his idea. ou account of such bonds prior to the you think people of common sense and with England. , league in the Senate, Gem ral Harrison, lelt grown to giant proportions while labor has maturity thereof. W ith respect to domestic affairs, Mr. for tho Republicans to squander when tested the mattor to my own satisfacsome conscience are to be betrayed antl "Begin the school year with cheer tho necessity of dwelling extensively upon it often cried for bread, and cried in vain. Wbt ' n.ricMrf. That the annual payments tion, that outdoor excrefso would have in bis speech ax Indianapolis, on the Sid of scenes have we beheld during the last few ?acb railroad eomiwnv. in addition tofrom imposed upon by your cheap uenia. Blaine is almost equally at variance the' shall again come into power. fulness" is tho admomtion. of the Jour- - "" tbe August. Neatly so thoroughly agreed with me. of his elaborate weeks in Ohio and Pennsylvania? Have they half transp nation account and the fie per gogue's plea? ll SO, your awakening with tho policy pursued by President -- It is noticeable that the advo ' n and cure,tu speeoh on that oenes of comfort, protection and prosbeen I began by sawing a coni of oak wit of Education to the teaehors of the . Wh,h taken up with a critical aagfcrmnent rude ond, though not more Arthur. Tho" proscnt Executho has cates of Blaine carefully refrain from perity to the laborer- - Destitution, idleness, !o'Jh...f!he "f ' TV!"? presently appJtoabie wui be of I lie bonK shall never be interest, wood into stove lengths. That is,-- I land. In another parttho the paper it '" of the reasons why Republicans should not riot, bloclsbe I and violence, rather than erily, a man strongly urged upon Congress a pre- attacking Mulligan. If the reader inless than fOMX). including the other half of rude than you deserve. is noted that teachers of a lottve tbetr party under the lead or Girge wages and plenty of work, aro surjilus by a reduction of quires into this remarkable circum- sawed all of the cord save that which certain Statemany of less the wiufeuMC'urtW.Ca'l scaur and other promi- some of tho fruits of that policy which tbe tbe transportation account applicable tothat needs a lUtle moral principle, if fot vention of the than linkm.' tuud herein established, ami a tramp sawed under my personal di- hundred dollarsreceive in wages. two,, taxation, antl has indicated material stance he will find tho roason in the nent men. He also indulged .n an earnest party in power has inflicted on the laboring' noth'ng in this aet shall be To a yoar to nothing more than 1 had just got a stick on the and anxious appeal to the members of his clas-.ein tho tarifl", in substantial fact that Mr. Mulligan has not told all rection. chano-ewaive any claim or the 1'nited states against Boston Po$L these it raav posiblv occur that the in- - 1 arty not te desert, at least not Jus now. but "The next pledge In this remarkaWo tariH either of said railroad companies, from whatwith the suggestions of Sena- he knows vet. He is not spoiling for a horse, and had hung my coat on the junction is intended as a bit oLvery harmony wait until In the order of things it watthe jdaak or the Itenublioan platform is to reduce ever Kun e arising. False and JUsIcntHng. c KcpuMH-ai- t party to die. the surplus. W ho made that surplus in tbe mqperuiuBior tor Hoar and other Republicans, who fight, but it would not bo safe for any willow, as the pool remarks, when tho grim humor. Current. The purpose and object of this amendt iniKminmi 'aiurimsB for a (Jeiier! In 'mll Treasury and where did it come from? Itcatne being known as rev- Blaine man to step on tho tail of his tramp came along and said he had The Chicago Inter f)cea finds tl do not object to in to hK fdkjrau)p the eo i.f battle, out wita lroin tho pockets of the people and Is not ment was to defeat the object of the bill Bevond question thero arc in tho i. had nothing to eat since the middle of thoir understanding coat. Exrha not. enue reformers, 4 eoiiBptctious in ex ery rank and on needed for the expenses of the Government, necessary to review the Electoru! New Testament many precepts which, an hide. It ts tut- - bat. rerfaan. he o mkl ltjis the result not only of une-iutaxation. and to nullify its salutary provisions. of that terai. Mr. Blaine has never Blaine's leading Chicago paper the week before and was hungry, and to and uie. lwtaloof taxationor whody unnecesry Tbe This was recognized by Mr. Thurman, the bill business a'id Comiiiiss on that manifested1 y symjwthy with this of 1SS4 was prophetic when, protesting would saw nwhilo for me for some taken without the grace of expository . "I wilt notswp to vindicate the Demoeratie beyond any public legitimate demand. was creating the wisdom seem to be inconsistent, not who said: record, imrty in its relations with slavery byaskiuir cxactamountof this surplus rorenue in tbo largely a Democratic measure, because idea, but, on the contrary, is onthe pro- against his nomination in 1S76, it said: breakfast. A person who is hungry or merely with the welfare, but even with I consider this amendment as really whether Washington. jHadison, JackHon.Clar, Treasury s ditbeu't to ascertain. Major Cadry always touches my tlecper symlees than two years, as "The Republican speakers and press itreceisod Democratic otos. Mid that withiu tho fate of the bill. aud ail die miittto hostsof the earlier and lkins the Republican candidate for Governor, the very existence of society. They apand amendment of the Senator from Maine therefore the Democratic party is mulgator aad defender of a .scheme to will be kept with their noses ou tne pathies, and besides, I had long had a pear to be aimed at the most nccossary lurer dajs of tho Ucpub ic were immoral and stab-- it, I believe, as high as tl.030.t)00,party I Th worst the dishonest because they walked in friendship seems to take pride in the fact that his attack upon the bill that oould be ostopped from complaining about the perpetuate the taxes and distribute tho grindstone, and forever on the defense, great desire to see a tramp at work. with It. No. such is needed: Init I has extortel from tbo taxpayers ot tbe mado. He knows tery well that with that Atler he had appeased his appetite I and universal propensities of humanity..,. will tMitse to ask :euator Harrison bow he. United States so large a sum of money for prov ,moii fastened on to this bill tbe bill not result. This is a more evasion of tho surplus. In this pprticular, the views maintaining tho propriety of electing a gave him the saw, and then sat under To these belong the .passages which or nl other wen. dares t b come the accu-o- r has no need. tnly woulu not be worth the paper upon real point at issue. It has never been of Govcrnbr Cleveland, as indicated in man to reform the abuses of tlie Gov which the Government love interdict of the DoiiMKTaltc party, or of any other He regards this idle, dead money in the vaults vine lit - written, but that it would be far the protest, in his last message to the ernment whose whole record is mixed a tree and watched him throw all the place a divine desire to on the is not of or iodlvidual, on that subjeot? It ha a a blessing. He B mistaken worse than nothing; he knows that that denied that the bill received Democratic; money. The of tbe Treasury hare been Understo-- d that be has at given to the bilL support, or that certain prominent Lcgislatuie, against "the policy that up with an active participation in the vigor and enthusiasm of his nature into growth of sin, it is a natural and necesa in his philosophy of Government. It Js voui'l be a tatal death-bloMr President, let no one deceive himself Toe portrait of his not a blessing: it is a curse. It should not bo i)ro)vr jndde I the work. It was the most eujoyable accumulates millions of useless and un- abnsos which are to be reformed." sary instinct, and is as harmless in honored KrandfV.ther hnnes on the wails of these; it should be in circulation in tbo bands about th.; let no one imarine ne can be a Detnoerate advocated its passage. The necessary! surplus in the National I entho While Hour aud reminds the visitor of Of the people It is active monev which pro- friend of tbe Judiciary Committee bill and at charges of fraud and corruption made The Republican organs comment outdoor exercise I ever had, and as hunger or thirst. Ckrfttirm oi tbe sauie time a friend of the amendment of by the Democracy were and are directed, Treasury, are more nearly in harmony upon the passage, 'The letter is strictly tered into the spirit of it with great eclat. the boiMdtato lido which carried him there motes the general welfare. The raiser only'a Uttle more than forty years aco. and at boards do no one any good, while tbe bus; tbe -- enator from Maine. The amendment Before ten o'clock I was feeling like a H'tw. opinion and attitude of Presi- tnie, nnd honorable to you ami to with the f the mo' the swift, untune') stroke of death which boro dollar brings joy and re lef. The buslnoS hf.oin .Maine I pru'sic acid to not against the passage of tho bill, but There is truth in the following had him away, tieoeral Wdimm Henry Harrison eterosis of this country at the present moment tbe bill It can not surv ve a day, nor an against the action of the Commission dent Arthr, and with the wishes of tho contained in Blaine's letter to his 'otrc new man, at eleven I believe not at was a hero of many fields, talthful at all are painfully in need of more active, busy ttli. iterhaiw, after that amendment is after it was organized. The (acts are country as declared in the oloctions in gained a pound, awl at twelve I had an quaint passage: "God looks eloquent rethe oratory of our payors, bow times, to his sense oi duiy, and Tree innn money than is now in circulation. There fe adopicd. It is a stab t the ver heart of the Mr. Mr. Fisher bogging him to sign and pre appetite like a An unprecedented emer- 182, than 3ro tho opinions of every, tAKtt of political immoralitr. ittit his financial peril near at hand, and for tbbt porM I ill: it is as fatal as any be. I hope. very simple. how-lonturn the "letter of vindication' this view of the tramp said if I would give they are; nor at their geometry, th re tore, the friends of this bill, those who ' gency had deseendant, the present Keputilican the Republican party has made rien Titden had own Blaine. In would bo less it, the inevita- pared by his own hand, as a proof that they are: nor at their arithmetic, enafeit from Indiana, h willing to by draining hundreds of millions St mean to make these companies live up to elected by a large popular ma ority ami ble chang radical in the everything was sweetly innocent with him his dinner and a dollar ho would nis name and cunswii him to infam. in money from the channels of active trade lata then obligations.do what they assumed to do; election of Governor Cleveland than in "J. G. B." But they are very careful finish the wood pile, and I accepted the how many they are; nor at their logic, order to MintatLie the DeMoeratie the vaults of the Treasury there to Mela LbOsc who mean that these companies shall also by a majoritv of votes in the Electhey party. William Henry Harrison twit repose as an evidence of the folly and know that the Government is their master, toral Colleere, but the Republicans had the .success of his opinment. proposition at one, though I feared I how methodical how" are but He looks at useless to suppress the interesting aud imporspiritual they are." their sincerity, ami they are not tbe masters of the Governin frietdbip with slavery all his life, crime of utineetsary taxation." So far as the civil service is concerned tant tact that Fisher didn't think tho was exceeding the proper allowance of of the (overnment, the Exbur while Governor of the Northwestern Ter"time it may be added, reSenator offortsof the ment will see that n such poison is taken control and in this the change will be greater letter was true antl honorable, and exercise as preseritwd by my mot ex- At the same ritory he favored tb. abrogation of the ordi- Repub ansooraees poke of thein the lollop into the bdi as the amendment of tbe Senator ecutive and all other departments, and a to bulk! up a navy marks the Ciurehman, that the orator, nance ot 17"T. iu order to introd ne lng ianiruage- y from Maine. determined conspiracy was formed to than in aay other direction a candid to comply with Blaine's cellent physician. But I seemed to geometry, arithmetic and logic ma all 5 ' - xne into all the territorj- suUiect to Ms junsiit-tio- u. jicpuoncan puny in 11a successive al. The acute mind of Mr. Edmunds was set at naught the result of the election Independent has lately said that he be- refused request. stand it so "well thatl could hardly fear be necessary Indiana and HI'ikim, and p rlinps other since the war has it we wouhl, wordhin in lieved no more changes would be mado pathotic . ii-i- -. nave eoni- - in .treasury neartr iau.uiuMHgt taken from Lnot decobed. He said onv ill res'iits. uie .MinrniM, wouiu 7twe afAouar &nsmW)Mi&mjzm!mtiijT6 li3LWLWMmW - """T Brv,fnr"1 WW ffWgflfT f1 HlBVUHb Ul UluiJJ M11M ttK&lftififeUr flltaiMMLSSs ? rassiiSK; iiiivrWfHbUciaiuithvavaiida! uponlUiemlUMliUtwctBgnBwrPPoTfc: ?orr7Ktiz'Q!mBfGp'ipreiAgood shlp'this'hour vo shTSw: TresmWtfcKTw! v l......! ration of a ,u.nAifAU In tireiavrinrewe?t;vorv'oerson i.mA ' t.iu J?t)nocraoy were welt aware ot all u vote sun "Rut Senator Harmon in the next specifi- youoxpeqvmepuroose and to the same nartr? Suit not this country of the Congre-- s ol the this: thev fnllv understood tha a con cratic eaffmlate says, in his letter of for an leng h On the 4th of November the election has run a for the same cation In support of his general charge of po- In the Republican platform the restoration of in i Mat-s- . -- Itice the time win- i it ev of PUXHEST PARAG RA PUS. selection and re- for Prosidont takes place, and tt ncod of time knows what a to forever it is. litical Irareora.ity says the tH?moeratic rnrty the nAvy to itsold-timstrength hud eflicioncy ne fi.toilft of s.mriA un.1 nf I onirres i. ls ! en dition oi artairs existed danjrerous to acceptamt. that "the tention of subordinates in Government not be said that until that tme both But I should feci more lriendlj tolawa-uinwiT- s has walked in friendehip with treason, if lsdomanded wit,h great zeal. Why nas it not 4cv rel in th" last few years to prov tde the poaee of the countrv: business How can we cxpeet another to keep ' there is a human being- living so ignorant of already been restored ' Has the Navy Depart- Ibai. iu anv n or under any c.rtutn- - terestS were iu gciieralif they were worn iu a secret when it is more thau we can tie and a mn" employment should depend upon their parties will use their best endeavors to the civil Avar in this country as to believe the ment been a robbers" root, where money was He publican part of itself conquered the ohtainedb it not expended for the public servi- IMtli be held ofl from tbe everc!e of then pressure was exerted in laror of some ascertained fitness and the va'ue of win a victor'. So far as the Democrats ohl weather rathar than in the heat of ourselves? South; that tl.e Dem.K-ratiparty was op- ce- At any rate, the country has lost confie ami eouslituttoiial con'rolo er pub music of amicable adjustment. In this their work", and. in his Administration are concorned, the campaign appears summer. Tiiev opme in fashion at a De worl' doan' owe no man er ' posed to tbe suppression of the rebellion and dence, and the appropriations will be utdow n ae loumii no osition of the matter the Electoral as Goversor, he has applied this prin- - to bo in as good shape as could be time when the th not till me with as libin. Er man owes it tor hkse'f.-Ti- ," did not contribute its full proportion ot men for that department as low as possible untd MLcorporations. w hat will happen j ou camiot tell uu money ior ue restoration ot tee Union. there is a change. I deny, how i er. that a Kfco sir, manage these earporations, ou can Commission bill was devised anil was ciple to the higher and more responsible wished. They are, of course, a few much delight as i with wit. 1 huve no argument to make at this late day Treat navy In time of peace Is the True policy bm te'l how long there will be an net income offered as a fair and honorable mode of grades of officials, steadfastly reusing Democrats who prefer to take a gloomy two straws iu it, aid I tie not think at Arkanww Traveler. with such a p rson. It was the polities of the of UieGoxernment, any more than a stand-in"I idolizo that woman's lovely trnoc, dependinir not upon the i Kir progress Democrat and not his disloyalty to arm. Eiery once In a while a c'amorous MA'iVf opment aud natural compe.it ton, but settling tlie difficulty. It really pro- to remove competent and faithful pub-li-e view of the prospect, but, inbe-,-our opin- this writing that tfie habit of naming a nair," said a young blood to a sedttUt the cause of tho Union which ex ited appeal is made in Congress for stuoendous depending uoon the evil deviltry of would, tinder any circumsservants for partisan reasons. Tho ion, tho outlook has neyer more posed a board of arbitration, oeforc citixou on Jackson Street. "You shbultl' and still excites, the vengeful animosi- bums of money for shw, guns and tortitica and nnvate lob-- . There is tbe trouble which all the points touching the rebrief experience which the country had favorable to Democratic success since tance-, grow tipoo me until 1'oould not never run after false idols," wai' the cool . ty of the poliUeal pharteee. - L Tbe iton. Theso appeals during Kepublican as- ifkeut ali these eorpor.'inns, him! yet y henheavy reinforcements pushed forward by cendancy have generally shake it off. I feel that, I could turn replv that sot the young mtiiC,t, , turns from the contested Slates were to of Mr. Blaine's principle of administra- tho war. on tpiDie Iriend irom Maine, in tnat sweet Governor Seymour, of New York, in the lat the evi- - of a Presidential been heard Justwas whieh eharaet lut; hi eh tra ter. that bo submitted the decision readied to tion, while ho was Secretary of state, election. One The National Committee ha.- carried away from the wiles of the thinking. Chicago Heraltl. lew duj s before the giant conflict at liottrs-burfuMfme tarth that everybo.ly is as . iruous us made very earnestly in the last realHie saved the I nion army from being Conuress: if It had been successful session of be is, is willing to fold up his arms and be tied be final. It was a method wholly un- demonstrated his belief in the rightful- on the campaign cautiously and quiet- at any moment without the corA printer in Chicago, who' hugged-- ' unven imcK. ana jet 1 nave no uouDtueneral ruption fund of tbo Republican managers in jtbi bag by the Union Pacitie an i Central sanctioned by the Constitution ami en- ness of using the power of appointment ly, but, thus far, cfioctivoly. No false gret. I may ho'mbtaken, but I am IllitTfeOH would say that Governor uie present canvass wouni nave oeen muon Iwe thi Kailrtxel ( oinp.in es for twenty-tw- o Tiis frionds and punish his moves have been made, no blunders willing to put mvself on record to that a young woman on the street,' got ihiaj tirely novel in character. But on the to reward Seymonr flie greatest and most distinguished larger than it is. merely lieca ii e e re (Uire theui to ; face slapped and was lined hft, dollars . living uemccmr was o.sloyai during the war face of it, supjoing the members to be enemies. So that, conceding to tho committed, and everything is in shape effect. Continuing. Senator Voorhees said: a sinking fund. we talk of the power of i tho -and walked in friendship with treason. Per--' candidato a purpose and a for pushing matters vigorously from is a singuUraud fatalfact thaton evory It I ran mv adopted until And yet The printer could nuthaVeft The amendment of Mr. Blaine was truthful, honorable antl patriotic men, Democratic tiiesameof Haneock. who nues'hMi of pulrtio policy menUonod in IU press." adherents to po- now until the dav of election. Tlie i I it seemed to present a reasonably fair right to appoint party a blistw on each hand about been a perfect type of a gentleman: he oujniuiy a dreadful field rode into the Jaws of platrorm the Ropublicun party defeated yeas, S.t, nays, 3"i. deah to uphold tho Bag. Of course ho would National ttands bv its own conduct The bill was then passed yeas, 40, plan for examining and deciding the litical offices, tho only difference would Democratic campaign, for the first time the sjo and shaptfof an adult almond, must have been a minion noV aiparn-gon- . brand the arreat an noble McClelian with the and history, it denounces as a great wrong points iuvohed. It was not regarded be that, should he be eloeted. "good since the war, has been an aggressive and then I hired a man to run it w hile XorristoiPH JleraU. ,. rmiL ST'"1 ,m.nuttion- - The Democracy- the grant of large tracts of tho public lands to nays. 20. country j with favor by tlie Democratic party Democrats" instead of "good Blaine one. All the explaining that been done I sat in the shade of the porch and suprallied to the Mr. Blaine voted "No." corporations, after having granted nearly A college professor rerjnoftcdj that ?f, tbese tUne em'nent men 2na.tXXJ.O0O of acres. It declares those lands a , See Congressional Record, Apr 2 to generally, but it was accepted by some men ' would bo given these position-- . has been on the part of the Republic?Srl.?no directed his eonrse After that the tftWtCtlii H,harJ1V heritage for having given I the class in mineralogy should of the Democratic Representatives and President Arthur's appointees would be ans. Circumstances have consp.red to exercise was extrtmely pleasurable. too much to eay that without .J"! sreat and nil the most acaial settlors, after cornorations. , H78. tbtdr valuable to railroad step out, at least upon tho place their corrupt party on the defens- enjoyed it ery much and I felt tint it his recitation room all the '9feoihs" patriotic services tne L nion cauewouM havo It demands thj snendv fnrfnlturo r nil lnd That the object of Mr. Bla no's amend- Sonators aud accepted in the belief and expected to of failed, or been retarded, and the struggle pro- grants which non their terms, in eithex ive, and no part of this advantage has was doing uie grett good. I don't they could find. When Uto,coHijjtioiii expiration viu'Htinn that, rirvtliitui- but. crond longed for years. Tue truth is that all classes compliance ot have japsed by reason of fact, ment was understood in California is conditions, when, in their When the think there is any more hoalthfrl or had been placed before him. would control the action of event, and the only matter involved in been lost by the Democrats. and honor of all partiein tho North were earnestlv de- vrdh fuli power for many years, tho Repub- shown by the following editorial: voted to tho I' nion. and poured out blood, lican party has never forfeited a single acre. the Commission. It seemMl to be then the change is the stripe of the partisans Republicans havo found it impossible pleasant outdoor exercise than that af- that some waggish student I. sUppl Tbe bHI of the Senate Jud clary Committee and treasure for that object, but a nar It was left for a Democratic house to becrin to explain they havo dodged. '1 he New forded by sitting in the shade and di- an old bit of brick in the pile, row scnooi or itenumiean jea ers d der-- j this work In the last session of Congress. A providing thai the Union and Central I'acitte the only proposition which offered a who shalT secure the prizes. decided change that would York Tribune", for instance, with the in- recting the campaign of a gay and said the professor, talcing it; bn4 cniift; inined to make the eiil war the occasion ucmocraiic v.omraiiiee on rubiic .Lands, witn tfailiroad Companies shall elch ore .t- - a s.nk-ki- r prospect of avoiding a menacing condiThe most iuml, whh which to filially liquidate their tion of affairs and allaying tho public result from the election of Governor stinct of a veteran campaigner, has perionuc uestruciiou or tne uemocratic rnrtv my Democratic colleague. Mr tobb. as its mdebto'lness to tho Government, tuneful which, singing after another, "is chalk, this byebarftine it with inntlelity toUw (.overn- chairman, prepared and reportod bills which iiasstsi tne J he ommisiou consisted Clot eland would be in the purpose and sistently avoided all reference to the merrily as it goes, jn the hands of the and this" holding up the brickbat, -"Is 1'n.tod ment, and General Harrison omv repeats an yestenlay. by the de- excitement. the House, forfeiting nearly aj.OJiKOOO cisive Suites Senate an. The Mulligan letters; indeed, its policy in hired man, trims oil" vour lawn till it old, stale, worn-ou- t vote of 4i to It pasd without itfctaetl piece oj impemmnw:calumnv on this point. members, divided politically methods of tho Administration. acres Theso bills were sent to the Republttal te's amend ment, which was intended to of fifteen AH that hej and other Kepubltoan leadetsi of of , lican Senate and not touched. Other bids for null fy Ms force, s Democratic candidate is accurately de- this respect has been so firm and t ojj into eight Republicans ami seven looks as if it were covered with green Golden lM$ and inde si. without amenddeepe-t- . 1ilkon.lnoJ wuu. the forfeiture of large grants wore reported ments of any that it has ignored even tho au- velvet carpet worth seven and scribed bv Rev. Dr. Edward Egglcston five Representatives, five SenaTho numerous uses to which the nr ai the th? elbows in ,.A,A by the committee, and are on tne House cal- - effective checkkind. This is arroiranee ioji and ,... .v.An ilond sokllots t which tho of the tors and five members of the Supremo as one "who possesses in art eminent thorized explanations of the Mulligan dollars a yard. is being put promise to wmiW winter. the Republtean tickot. His treason, though endar for action noxt platrorm declares that raltr.md companies have .vet received. The Republican What the action of the body degree the virtues necessary to a man correspondence, whieh is not to bo as rank and snieiUng to Heaxen, then When tho doctor came out next time a cause of many serious dfnigr5iM(i''rits American c tizens by adoption must have the ruption, ne it may seom, iu this era ofis cor- Court. loyalty. J nciird General Mahone on tho floor same protection everywhere which is secured ther sham nor compromise was when organized it is unnecessary in'' f. iri executive office: integrity, wondered at, seeing how lame anddra-pote- to look at my tongue and chnrgo up of married life. Before lbng, .'tjftmiuj m thts bill. It is a plain, straightforof the Senate glorify his services in the Con- to American citizens by birth, while at the these explanations are. pressing a button on the .sitk of the hod to review. It is enough to say that the truthfulness, disinterestedness, tenacity federate army. He announced in tlie faces same time tlie Republican imrty. and conspic- ward, compulsory dotn.ind th.it these Mr. Brother Blaine, it will be borne in another visit, he sattl he had never seen the electric spark will light rtHrffu&in which have grown o enormoiislv rich eight Republicans voted as partisans, of will and practical wisdom." of tho Republican Senators around blm that uously its candidate for President, has, witha convalescent pick up in flesh and take from tbe prodigal donations of the country, irrespective of all other considerations. ho hud noapology to offer norrogre's to utbr out Droton or notice of the outrages, per Blaine, on the other hand, says tho mind, was nominated with a whoop on a healthy color the range or shut up the stou and put taritf exactions, a? rapidly as I forma blood ho had sbed. Ho told them in mitted the iirttish Government to arrest on and trom their oppre-siv- e shrill, defiant tones, that for his conspicuous suspicion aid imprison without accusation or "nail now meet the obligations they have Appointed as a court to hear the case same writer, "has plenty of will, but his and a hurrah. Tho enthusiasm for him seemed to be" doing. Ho then advised on the kettle, antl tints no longer His in the Convention was of the warmest efforts to disrupt uiid dotrov the Amer- - trial, and without limit as to duration, any evaded so long. Tlie House Committee on antl decide on its merits, they refused integrity is more than suspected. an early trip to the kitc'ieu'bn a me to be and not overtax Railroads has a simno lran.?. n,onof n? had Ho repentance nor i naturalized c.to-c- of this countrv. If a native ilar I III which beenundoubtedly topass. Blame's to hoar the evidence or to canvass the whole career shows him to be lacking and most intense variety and it was strength; carefulwhich he left a bill my cold morning when the thermometer i fo'r wi I after contrition hoaiL proclaimed his of Ireland, and found in that unhappy land. r-- Blaine, in a word, has supposed to be thoroughly representa- ?67..V ami in sincerity aunesiOB, nowoycr. to the Republican .party, History Is made up on this While ameiHlme.it was dofoate l by a vote of 6 to 23. merits. Appointed specially to examine tore himself rather reluc below zero and tho oil cloth.fels nsjjf srtu fi n:nc f, tnrrf l ', 17: nuu ne was weicomitn wun ohnnrs nr int. James G. Iliaine, as Secretaryquestion. of state, it had been hanging out ovex night" On the points, which could not be fully precisely those vicos of mind and char- tive. But hardly had "the echoes of the tantly away. and my coi'eague and his partv associates a national salute at i orktown in OctoFrom the foregoing debate it will be developed before Congress, respecting acter that prevent the most brilliant yelling died away before tho experifolded htm to their breasts with all the blotch- ber, P. S. Since the above was written I tho North Pole. Phtl'uklhM,irpnic'C' in honor of tho llriilsh flag, that from ever rising to the enced campaigner began to discover es andstain8 ot bloody treason fresh upon sumo ilag as the hated emblem of moro th3n seen that it was not without proper the contested returns, they ignored demago-'ishave again sat on my porch and mowed Herald. him. C mil two vcars ago there was no other seven was knowledge that Mr. Edmunds wrote to and refused to discharge this special plane of "wise statesmanship." The that tho Blaine enthusiasm, was of the mv lawn, ami for babies Baby-Inname in tbe wholo South more execrate. I by waving centuries of accursed tyranny, Jails I think I enjoyed the The The place scholars SchooJ-crain urely professional variety. It cooled and solomn duty. They voted as Uig purpose of Governor Cleveland, as place for the Republicans than that or General Chal- In Ireland, ins dent triumph over RriUshother a friend in Vermont: own" at once, and has been growing exercise even more than at tho first Tlie pta a for mers, or Mississippi. He it was who lea tho subjects,' wherein lay McSweenoy and Union "It Is my deliberate opinion that Mr. lilalne puppots of tho political conspirators President, would be to discover and reAsh Jand. and wherein Iloynton, a Confederate forces to the nllegel inhuman soldier, went blind; all of whom were Ameri- acts as the wttorney of Jay Gould. Whenever behind them, regardless of. the honor form the abuses which an undisturbed colder over since. The nomination performance. My proxy, who fol- The place for sleepy-headHed-frslaughter of colored troops at Fort Pillow. can cltiions by adoption.and not one of whom Mr. Tnurman and t have settled upon legislaand lowed tho lawn "mower around as I The place for laundrymen Washingenjovmentof power by ono party fot pleased nobody except tho rag-taHis name was always mentioned by u certain received tho protection of his Government. tion o bring tho Pacific Railroads to terms of of tho Senate and House of Representaclass in tho North with a shudicr of horror, politicians, who lift up thoir directed, says he never saw a man toil ton. Tho place for cooks iPotts.vJUe. years has inevitably bob-ta- il great and sacred cjuity with tho Government, up ha Jumped tives of the United States, of tho fame twonty-'ou- T "Hut remains for and he was cursed as ttio merciless author of subjectit pensions to tbe of Illustrate the full meas- JamvsG. Ulainc, musket Iu hand, from behind and reputation of tho The" object of Mr. Blaine voices in the saloons and allude to thoir with so much zeal and enthusiasm as 1 Tho place for farmers court in fostered. Tne an atrocious massacre committed on peoplo ure of fraud nnd tnle prcfno the breusworks of Gould's lobby, to flro into tlo when I get In earnest about it and who had the land. They voted as blind political as President would be to cover candidate as "Jim." to light and sought to surren- RepubUcan party is capable in its utterances our back." place for anglers -- rish Kill. 1 he place - before the people and in its oflkial conduct. der. Tho Republican party in the last t'onTho honest and respectable Repub becomo thoroughly warmed up at my for hungry men Sand-wica' uses, lest Tlie law thus treated of, having in tools, operated by tho daring and re3k-le- and con&al those Tho place In Its platform it pledges Itself to repeal the and a knowledge of them should in- licans immediately served notice on work. hands of political Pencil-vaniure. ejected htm from his seat in tho House, limitation contained in the Arrears act of opetation discovered some defects, a My health is improving very rapidly. for rep irters New Market, and puta negro In his place. Chalmers at last, 1879, so that all invalid soldiers snail share bill lo amend the Thurman act and cor- intriguers. They put Mr. Hayes in tho jure his party. He ran away from an their party that they would under no The place for butchers however, concluded to tread the alike, and their pensions begin with tbe date investigation into his own conduct as a circumstances support the nominee, I callod for a third piece of nie T'hb place Plane for pathwa; v to pardon, irraco nnd promo or disability oroiscnarge and not witn tne rect its defects was passed in the House Presidency a weak, vain man, who at dinner. And just here, while I think for carpenters - tiue-be- well. The ,plaee tion. He kno the conditions of membeiship date of application. Why was that limitation at the last sossion. under the leadership had not the courage or patriotism to member of the House. Noither the "ho honest Republican newspapers China-mein tho political church wherein my colleague on a soldier s arrears ever found la of Hon. i'hil. B. Thompson, of decline an honor coming through so Credit Moblicr, the Star Route nor any tade similar declarations, and this was about it, I want to say that it seems to for voralists ' tne wursuios were easy anu inviting to a late a 0 law? or the united state3r uecauso tee other frauds and corruptions have owed followed by tho German revolt. All me that pies are cut much lower in the Tho Republican Senate failed polluted a channel: and so consumrebel, to one who had particularly dls- - Repub :can party in Congre-- s put it there and nowa " tlnguishcd hlsaself In the extremo wiekednefcS kept it there. It was originally placed in our to take any action on it, as it did on mated a National disgrace that will altheir discovery to anything which Mr. these facts are perfectly well known to neck ami shorter in the sleeved this days,"t ou seem to be verv busv to llr.i said Mr Korner Lonhef of rebellious warfare. He bail seen Moseby, pension system, with all its cruel and infam most other measures where the people ways disfigure our history and bo a re- Blaine has done. Tho "letting out" of our readers, and wo allude to thorn season than formerly. This is a fashion said Wilson, evithe alleged guerrilla, loin, andtobuiin at oneo ous injustice, by Republican pension Corn, "O, Dorsey's partner, Bosler, in the Star ere to emphasize the statement that I do not like, aryl some day, when my Wilson.annoyed"yes," boro.: "Buty'oti a rich and lucrative oflicer where he still re- mlttees. enacted by a Ongress Republican In demanded action and the corporations proach to Amorican manhood. by tho dently mains. He had seen Longstroet, whoe track both Houses, and approved and signed by a desired delay. To talk about the Electoral Commis- Route prosecution was not unnaturally .ho Blaine campaign, which was weak time is not taken up so much by outregular job?"sajd gopher. was always one of blood, do the same and re- Republican President. And now. when the sion as a Democratic measure is there- attributed to tho "influcnco" of hfs t tho start, has steadily grown weaker door exercise as it id just now, I desire haven't got a said Wilson. 'Then how ceive similar reward. He had seen an ghosts of the dead, who died waiting, and in "I know it," ney-General vor since. If there is anything hope- to use ten or eleven columns of Puck fore utterly false and misleading. With Eowcrful friend at court, James G. in one Catunet and a Post- - want of their Just dues, cut oil by this RepubBlaine's Smartness. In another, both fresh from lican statuto of limitations como back to reNo mau of either party takes ful in it beyond the power and tho in calling for reform in the growing can vou be so busv?" inquirediLopher. rare magnanimity and deeds of carnage in support of the retolllon. i proach the authors with their treachery and toll you howl" said It would have needed a mu h largor the Democratic party consented, more naturally to the "mystery and willingness of tho Republican leaders to tendency of tho American people to cut "I'll" I'll tell vou how we can bo'th be Hundreds moro ho had seon receive 1. em-- 1 crimes, the lcaJers of tho Republican party ct, braced and honor- - d for their votes, with tho ory out with terror, with uplifted hands and majority in Maine than the Rcpubl! aus through some of its loaders, to refer the concealment" which Governor Clevemothods to indueneo pies in fourteen or fifteen pieces. Scott employ corrupt asked Lop'hcr.' busy." blood scarcely yet wiped irom their hands. eyeballs- - "Thou canst not ' No confession of sin is reoulred at the starting are In favor of Its repeal.' " say we obtained to make Mr Blaine a happy disputed returns to a board for investi- - land says "cover tricks and betrayal" voters, we have failed to discover it, Wat, in Puck. did ft; we wav, and we won't interfere with;each man when the shades of evening fell sauon; tho board refuses to investigate, than does slippery, tricky, "snfart" and we should bo glad to have it pointaltar of this church: no sorrow for guilt, no The speaker paid his respects to thoUcpub-Hcaprayer for forgivenoss. no promise of a bet- A traveler in South America de- otfier, either,' answered Wilop: ,Jpu Presidential candidate in tho following the city of Augusta. An or- j But by some of our gloomy "Jim Blaine." To elect tcr future life tiro heru called for or exect- - words. "I havo no wish toassall Mr. Blaiue, upon had been prepared for him not of a decides according to the partialitici? means a continuation ofhim President ed out to us contemporaries, for we scribes a very unpleasant spitier that mind your own business and I'll mind tho policy of Democratic majority of its members. This ed. A Republican vote atones for all, and nor need 1 do so. Twenty-rou- r hours iu your deal .V. Y. Truth. the hand of followhlp Is at onco extended. ' presence would not be tlmo enough in Which deliberately, perhaps, but incidentally, the case in a l; this is the fraud. lettn"; every guilty man escape. "To have no desire to create false hopes in lives there: When a person passes near mine. General fha.mcrs haj giron the voto and re- -' to read Republican testimony, and that alone, and his ingenuity had devised no way ' the travesty of justice and gives chase, and I'he Vicious Char.icter of the Tallow that can never elect Grover Cleveland means an honest the minds of our readers in regard to one it starts up cclted tho hand, and now the execrations of hi filgutful unfitness to be President of will often follow for a distance of thirty once heaped upon his head as the murderer the United States. Ho is the samo man of in which He could pass it gracefully. be forgotten, that continually forces ifc reform administration, with all that the result iu November. Candle. and butcher of Fort Pillow will bo heard whom several Republican newspapers said: It would not have been an ordeal for self on tho memory of the people, as this implies. On the other hand, the nomination of or forty yards. I came once very nearfrom Republican lips .no more forev or He Wo make no personal war upon Mr. Maine. The air of a room lighted bygas'is The voters whoso chief interest in Mr. Cleveland was somewhat coldly re- ly beingbittcn by oue of these savage has been restored ty Republican votes to a His public record condemns him, and it an honest man, for a man with sincere an illustration of Radical politics, and it scat in tho House, and, in the estimation of woul be the very madness of the moon for convictions and the courage-- of them. as a warning of the possibilities o' pnrt-- , politics is to secure an "honest, simplo ceived by the Democrats. Perhaps creatures. Riding at an easy trot over heated twenty times at much my colleague. I havo no doubt be ranks as a the Republican party to go to the country But for a man, the tonchstono of whose ianship, even among the members of and plain" administration of the Gov- "coldly" is too strong a word; at any the dry grass 1 suddenly observed a spi- were lighted to an equal . extent far moro loyal man than a Union soldier who under his leadership.' And again. "It is electric lamps-- When The wholo ernment, on statesmanlike and busi- rate, his nomination created little or no der pursuing me, leaping swiftly along action is political ettect pure and sim our higher tribunals. votes the Democratic t.ket. Hand in hand. ' perfect nonsense to talk of making and in closest friendship-- , tho leaders of the '' (Blaine tho Republican candidate for him ple, it was an ordeal, ana a vory em- - business has wrought incalculable evil nesslike principles, can weigh theso enthusiasm at tho outset. are tiaod. the comparison is still But '.ha and keeping up with my beast- - I aimed Republican parry walk with the worst c lass of The party can n .t afford to be placed one. lho constitutional by weakening public resnect for tho facts and considerations for themselves, Democratic candidato has steadily a blow with my whip, ami the point of more in favor of electricity. Yutiwill traitors and with tbo blackest treason, when- ot tho defensive and go through the cam- harrassinc ever tho traitor or the treison can bo secured paign explaining, denying and defending tho arcendmQnt to prohibit the manufacture forms of law and actions of Indies. It and say which change will more nearly grown in favor not onh with Demo- tho lash stru-k- " the ground closo to it, be surprised to know that our old to swell their ranks and brins' party success. t leaped upon and ran friend, tho tallow candle. and.evr)n'the. railroad stock speculations of and sale of alcoholic beverages was an hangs round the neck of tho Republican conforra the coming Administration to cratic voters, but with conservative and when it Mr. Olalne is smart enough to "It only remains now for Jefferson Dims y like a to come next. If he should annroach with a ho would bo disastrously beaten and see that issue upon which Mr. Blaine was afraid party dragging their ideas and wishes. But a "change" thoughtful men of all parties. He repre- up the lash, and was actually within wax candle, is far worse than gas in the bis pap. ltcpubiican ticket In his hand. thoe who ' tv nrrthnMi. .utniul himself. He kept sents safety for the businoss interests of hive or four inches of my hand when proportion of air vitiated and tho: heat it to destruction. SL Louis Republican. is inevitable. Boston Herald (Ind.) ..."."! IU!" . to commit iohucu mm wiui cnains ana cioinca mm wun inr 'jnr nntn. rnn Mn.,,niif.., .. produced: and vou will be disposed to the country, consideration of ihc rights I flung the whip from mo. cnrscswouldslngicricura Iciurfimu put on further' li.ame has notchansred in his nu.l the polls while the lady inspectors were The Mullisran candidate doesn't of tho laboring men, and his AmericanIn Michigan, where John A disbelieve it-- But the fa?t is tliat,, so though as a rule he likes to robopr honor, and give him a high a ter nor in his methods, nor have the editors on hjma ' of ,hee Papers changed their pl?,cJ,ELlhe'5C0U.ncus- focus of the bright eyes of Logan has been making campaign j dodge the new installment of Mulligan ism is far more genuine than tlie banWhen it rains in Mexico it pours. lone- - as candles were used, light wasso estimate ot posp in the . vV wa hlrn. Their support of him now does nrt I4V lpfel "etmrs as he dodged the Maine Amend-eve- r tam variety affected by Brother Blaine. At Pachuca a number of men wero expensive that we were obliged to bo Voorhees said. "The Secretary of t.J mean that he has reformed, but thnt ther t.ho other sex. But he was not to es- - speeches, they closo tho schools when Senatorvf the he heaves in sight The schoo ment, but asks the people to take them These facts are known" and felt hy those passing a bridge when a storm began. ioutent with little of it; mfast, we Uvea Treasury Ix years ago, in tho tao or im- havo, from party necessity, accented him Just oope vigilant eyes altogether, and when pending, compulsory legislation, iook tho as ho was when thev de munced him as more rrjven both "yes" and noM hallots he authorities are in error in assuming s a most convincing proof that he is a who hold the balance of powtr in Presi- ')ne of them ran under the bridgo for n a state of and hi thk step, apparent voluntary, but in fact invol- fit for criminal punishment than for political untary, to receive tho greenback for customs promotion. deposited neither where it would count. trom Logan's amazing ignorance thai worthy and deserving Presidential can-h- e dential elections, and we beliove the dielter. The riverroso so quickly that, way wc e vailed tho trotiblo.Itiis.ojily duties on imports, notwithstanding a law is opposed to schools. He is the an didate- - None but an utterly reckless country will unite in placing tbe Demo- ne could not escarfe ami was swept since-th-e general introduction of gas The issues between parties Being detected in his cowardly evasion, which required .jch duties in coin. The ranriiiiatMiMmiini.n the foolhardy blush of shame will ever cratic candidate in the White Uoosa. lown the streamsduany mile3, lieiug and petroleum that we have found greenback currenoy. Its erlrtence, and its you to decide, as you 'shall answer he attempted to rvplain in a speech thor, indeed, of quite an EducatbjtiaJ and tackle t6rti which he made later Blaine's adamantine cheek- - Mlania Constitution. dare he did not bill volume t!ius a? mred, and iu eharoir thus I coosotoooe. yesor couaiescaad TaurBzdJ toitj to piece oathe trees and stones. what an evil it is. Sanitary Ewineer, Speech by tho Tall Sycamcro of tfio "Wabash. honored, rose at oneo to par with minted gold, and has there remained plus rather than minus to the present hour, despite the croaking prophecies of all the architects and of asylums tor idiots throughout the wholo land. Does the Republican party mean to include this currency, .vhioii it has so long denounced as dishonest rajs, with honost ourreney.' or with the best money known to the civilized world? IwouidbeglaJ to have an answer, but it can not be fund in their National platform. "Ajjain, m hat is tho poMtten of the Itepub. llcan iwrty on silver money? Is it honest or di?honot ourroncy? Dor It rank with tho best money of the world, or is It a spurious i. sue? The history of tho ltcpubiican party shows its hostility to silver money. In lSTJa IteiHibllcan Conjrres struck from the (oina aot the American silver dollar. It was don with the s.lenc , skill and deception of inter National f i aud. When the struggle came, ai it did live year later, for tho restoration of this branch of our currency, a .Republican President. Mr. Hajes. inspired and (rulded by a Republican Seoretary of the STreasurr. Mr. Sherman, launched his veto araiiii-f- . thn bill for the remouetUatlon of sih er. From that day to thU I beilove there has ben no annual mo'aio delivered o Iresldrto Congress, and no annual report made by the Secretary of the Treasury, which nav npt contained a recommendation looking to a re-bj-th- TIIE FIIIB.VD OF RAHiROADS UI Opposition to the Tttnrmau Itlll tho 1'aclUo ltnilroiidi to I'.ty Thele Indebtednem to the United Sttt Goald et al. Fill the I.obhle. While the Attach on the Floor. ltUlne The most important act over passed to chock the power of railroads and to compel them to fulfill the obligations microti into at their incorporation was the Thurman act, approved May 7, wish to give a National colorirKf to th issuo that if there was one thine moro than another which belonged to the police power of the State, it was tha liquor traffic. Rut could he not have made that, explanation quite as well after casting his vote .as a citizen of Tlie Character or the Change. Outdoorlse. ca SCHOOL A5D CHURCH. - . hcalt-WwC- , : g -- about-iRwrery- XvW"e iv-yjf- or SX " antlt?ir t. lawn-mowe- r. -- a. t. teutdfinalafAlo1grt. lawn-mower V pat-ma- spo-cio- us two-third- ur pa-sa- ge forty-seve- t p, com-plimo- ut - lawn-mow- er d suf-tlcie- nt com-Iani- 4 one-thir- d oeca-sto- j n. eon-tru- ed s. s oeT-.-uo- .'in-miseio- n deter-roin.r- ig - ir-t- v L- 1 a--a aiH-estr- '- it-s- olf i 1 1 , sta'M-ouk- l thrashing-mac-hine-The- n g it.-e-if rospen-sibl- e bla-ke- j i onh-waUie- d sla-er- - ml'ii-tratio- ns !. Ro0onnitl$ - lawn-mow- er o-- - ! e ' t - claret-jiunc- li ir stooK-lna- n rl lawn-mow- er inno-HttM- -e - lawn-mow- er g. deep-soate- d to-ila- v i , -- ' lawn-mow- er ac-iiire- i j i Pv , - . '.lisj lawn-mowe- r, pa-s- od L?r.? hittl"r0f ilt Dem-crat- on-siste- nl I lf Juu-trici- ty em-tojl- sl nt com-ianii- -s i)9Jm0f-sitat- e rei-r- t I J wasor-dcrin- g rjiu-tnei- ) 1 1 k i. n. ft soap-make- rs s g -- hi-lie- st itich-lam- l. cea-'c- ss h. wire-pulle- rs a, well-wor- n to-da- y n c. pen-io- n Kon-tuc- k'. sinr-Jsin?- r. 'e Attor- mastor-Gcnor- al self-rostrai- nt Wjlsou.n n I " nut-shel- I , 1 byjn-candes-e- nt ' arc-lam- Pieil-den- t. . . wild-ca- any-bod- y. to-da- mill-ston- e, '4' M 1 semi-darkne- ss : .4ii.....f:l.M ! j tht f ti'- - v: - '&3MB! u 3- - Irt" t 1 !, ! c as if her sentence had becninterrupted. "I feel tho better for my exerciso struggling and snorting. Fanny would The Guest Missis? Bassag HenB ButphOT 8op F.V1HI AT riBESIDB, Quite an adventure, wasn't it Eding- havo plunged into tKe "On the contrary, ho is very good.' Presents all th adTantAros of earptts watbtf0r Every guost owes numorotn duties ton?" Then, sensible that by her hot s BiruHg uauus which irrasped bnths at n cheap rata. Hill's Hair a.B.4 Nivor put blueing in babies' clotho3 .,. Afaity yexatlous delays which take Whisker Dye, 50c GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. "Tho cynicism of tho ono mooting no her just in timo. He ... inor sbo would onlv'coQfirm the en" to his host which the majority fail to which ;ome next the skin, as it causes abruptly pce ia tho transfer of trunks are due :? tleman in his p00r opinion of Johnny, response from tho broozy cluerine-- of asuio anil down unon the B...- paittfu chafiug. Kiehange. recognize or discharge. Tins crera of a joko wonld he lost trpon tho other thov finished the rest of their without waiting to throw off his coat or sho explained: HICKMAN, KENTUCKY My falling oil" in the condition of to the negligence of the company which a mlltmsn ho wouldn't know what it The common practico among visitovs morning walk without further words. othorwise prepare himself rushed into carries them. "I have no government. Ho winds was. TLs Judge. farm tock should be strictly guardod On entering tho wide halls of the deep water, caught the boy by his blouse is to make themselves thoroughly com- again, as eold weather approaches. lite agent of a baggage-expremamma perfectly " asked fortable at any cost. If tho hostess bo tho first person and dragged him out. a lady in the cars if sue had anybaggage This waa such transparent bit of Chicago Tna chance concoctions of ignorant man ENGAGED. well or ill it is ail the same expected 2 roy Vimes. to be He "O. Johnny, Johnny," ,noauea h'3 that she will entertain her guest in tho uuselfishness that'EdiiMon relaxed his they encountered was Johnny. disrepute Ifoui the statistics furnished from 1 nad delivered. "Yes," sho said, "but have sometimes brought medicines not only that sister, beautifully pale, but not hys- highest style of the art. If she have tho oee of tho Secretary of tho State great trouble finding one of my en their own worthless Aet strolled on the beach with the fair Isa- - grim scrutiny of hor and smiled. He greeted Cragmore: "Hello." no credit, but sometimes, with much "Hello," answered Cragmoro, reach- terical or troublesome. When the limp trunks, and I can't have this one lost'' ,S : liella turned his "n.,ve lakeward that sho that is cuts ' fWftiwern friends of long standing, I'd known might not reliable preparations. The agent assuring her that it would Injustice, on roallj-hesitate about Mrs. urchin was laid at hor feet sho clasped competent help or not prov no figure in lioart, it of nearly demonstrated tho fecThersolf studied so closoly. ing him a hand. f" Ladies should not her n wet k by bo delivered safely, inquired where ihe "Fanny said I wasn't to ask you to him in her arms and rooked to and tho matter, she mustday ide company the yeldof wheat is gunged farm. borne distance out from shore Johnny Was it lot e or the shade of her sorjjeous umVegetable Compound, for this reme-- , three times sheep kept on the brella was plunging his oar about in a most take rao out on tho lako again, but I fro. She did not mind the wet nor even meals stingy thing awho or be censured numler dy has been tried, proven and pruisod for wanted it delivered. as a begrudges her Mfftgan tanner. That Uuttered in crimson across her sort unskillful years. '"To iook at. Islington, who stood shaking visitors what they cat. and energetic fashion, while wish you would." cheek? (anada thistles, plowed under in swered, the steamer Arago," he an"In due time perhaps," said Crag- himself liko a huse Ncwfoun.lun,ii. .in Cragmore was trying to adapt his .., ... ... . Ths cexton who threw orer a metolllo Wo s in a dry time, aro good Hope tujrgcd at my and made calmer The.4r77fl!"said he, "are you sure casket wm anjrry when he was calls d m inc siirieK nati Drought every nicinbor ings offre mntly call to mind the teach- the tow apparently sont from heaven stroke to the various emer- moro. me audacious, an occonlricschoolmastor of our mamre, dark-evo- d is the Arago? That sails at three pitcher of bier. A blooming, it matron of the party to the spot in alarm. Whitehall Timet. Kotinbca,Coquetry blooms liko a Frovoncnl gencies of his neighbor's irregularity. rose; ' Johnny gurgled and gasped, and then youth who had his own views of hospi- for a valuable purpose. Allowed to oclock." They could hoar his voice giving occa- seated at a table in the reading-roocome Itisaurclya sign that she means to be jrxa-- sional quiet tality as well as everything else. Fif- get ipe, wo readily imagine they MYos, that is right" 2?A11 Ladies Should Khow That Hoods, oe2 an to cry instructions. Presently called out: "My son, come here." cious, minutes after prayers each morn fronithe other place. Prairie Farmer. "When is 'duo time'?" persisted The trunk was delivered, but the lady carts, ribbons and all fancy articles can "He's all right," said Cragmore. teen ne And W js with sweet favor some one of hor Johnny's hat blew off. uevoieu to lectures on social ing ipnles may be fed to cows in beaux. Johnny. did not appear, and at three o'clock it be made any color wanted with Diamond "Y ho got him out?" "0, shoot the hat!" be cried. Dyes. All the quantities, with the effect of started for France on board the Arago. druggists. .None popular colors. lOo at "Johnny, my dear boy," remon"Mr. Edington," sobbed Fannv, questions. As we havo just said, Ms Tho two on shore could hear every So 1 set mo to wooing; both blithely ami equal them. Wellsi, were original, but in many cases inemsing the milk, but it will o best When the agent returnod to the office EicEardson & Co., Burlington, Yt. bravely, turned strated the matron, hurrying forward. yielding her dripping charge to her iews word distinctly. The young girl I Caught in mine a small hand in a brown pant they were more reasonable than tho to berin with mall quantities at first, he found a policeman and the lady "Mamma, tlm is the gentleman who mother. "And O, Mr. a quick look "at Edington, as if that de Suede. Sutzr, "natnre's sweet restorer," is the waiting for him. "This lady has ensorely convict invited me to go boating this morning," going to him impulsn oly, "how" can I commoner teachings we were accus- and 'adually increase the ration. spontaneous t Snatched u kiss from her lips, and was w know of to brighten tomed to at home and took a doepor Uinrnnali 'Ikmes. her suavely thank y on ? How bra e vou are 1" tered a complaint against us,1' said tho bst grind .Johnny, but shelouohedsoltiy to ncr-se- said the ingenious little wretch. one's idea.. Kentuckv State Journal. To lcacout inyhoart from tbo lilt of beSho bowed with winning frankness to She put her cold wet" hands in bi hold on us. One morning the "profesi practical housekeeper recom express manager. as sho watched Ser hopeful's strugtrayed. and looked tearfully into his face. It sor" announced that they had hail com- menG oiling kitchen floors with boiled "I have not seen that trunk yet!" exgles to regain the fbstarticle, combined them both. For a cold in tho head, there is nothing pany at their house, quite an unusual linseil oil to fctr applied boiling hot When she stopped ma I'm sorry," she nsur-- with "indigna-tio"I had a full account of it, and I'm was irresistible no one was lookin" so good &3 Fiso's Remedy for Catarrh. Cragmore's to keep the boat right .mured, direct! v. occurrence, by the way. Naturally we with i largo paint brush, and in a few claimed the ladv, with much afraid Johnny was troublesome," sho he stooped and kissod hor on hor sw'eet "Bet you see I'm engaged and pretended side up. were all curiosity to learn what this momnts rubbed in aud off with woolen XOElgD, 'il don't think you will see it either, In thus watchin-- ' she the boat, he said, laying a caressing hand on the mouth. Ir afflicted with 'kro Kjes, uo Dr. Isano WhiPo a swift recollection upset me comof men about visihead, as if to ask for, some time,' answered tho man. Thompson's Eye Water. Drugxtsta sell it. SSc them. boy's It is needless to toll how they built a oddest Said he: had to sa) knew much cloth. Greaso spots do not show. her face asileiicoll between pletely -"I never huge bonfire, dried thorn'ohes as best tors. Great heaven!" I gasped. "I forgot. So Something near kit vour clothes in warm water "That trunk has gono to France. Don't lie interest thau their indulgence. ami." "Johnny needs some training, mad-am- they could, made cofleo, coddled of the man or cared much for him and over tight; in the morning wring thorn vou remember I asked yon the second rife. felt roused Edanything he had before before he should be trusted out Johnny, and whilod away the timo wondered at his visit. But it transfro in ,1ns intoaboilercontaining strong time about the steamer? You said the ington. The girLwithin ?ucl1 cIos0 .IX THE TOILS. until the tug came at the hour arranged pired that he was traveling to kill time, hot s ds, to which is added salsoda the steamer Arago. range had a singularly mobile and ex- alone." so size d a hickory lf "You wore very kiud to gratify him to their reliof. Edington was iiT a and chanced to pass this way, nut Boil them pressive countenance.' Ho could not ''1 know it, but I meant Iro." Slitme-Sarce- rr U It was a bur, dip them into cold water, rub This w as a littlo steamboat which Tho I.iro the the lllood Prevent take his eves from it. It was the mir this morning. He came back full of somnambulism of bliss; Fanny was thought he'd stop. water-coole-d LaiI Jlecort A Tellla LetWell, the first morning, the professor theniaut, riuse in clear, cold water, crossed to New Jersey from near tho Charlevoix in July ror of everv iletino- - amotion to such a information about 'bow,' and 'stern,' blushing and shy. It hail been a fateter. The blue lake stretched westward with degree that thoteniptation became and 'rudder. ' ful dav. But the evening was more said, he sat down to talk to him to see then a water slightly blued, and you French steamer's wharf. It cost ton a dim purplo' cloud to define it the great to stir it witij surprises, or even "1 shall be glad to jrive him further fateful still. Edinjrton and lannv had what he could learn that would do him will h surprised to sec how easily your dollars and six weeks of time to get that It l conceded thit OB. IlAVID KXX Beavers;'. but to the north it looked to shock it with of the It was a trunk back to its owner. ToutlFa Com-- DY'S PAVOK1TE JIEMEU V, of Kesdoot. X. ainu. So ho said, lessons," said Cragmore, as sho led tho au interview on the moonlit' veranda. good. no oiiij he maxim- osoape old man washiig is done. Albany Jonrnil. illimitable; its brim touched the skj Miiofcwithout T.. It the most elective preparation noir ia ne for all It was not interrupied. for ,Jnnny had to let Molasses, drawing his brow down with a frown boy away. Vnagar without cider: Out and in through tho channel plied of anxiety: diseases mrtslsc trora Soul or tmvun at&ta of ctrco. m "In heaven's name, Cragmore, why gono to bed, and nearly all the other adding to his store of useful kuowledge. one qtart; yeast, one pint; warm rain- latlea. Heee 1SU mere thaa HIMy thatlf the suiter littlo steamers, gay with Hags; Hut occasimall it failed to work, and A Dude's Detice. "They ninie quite a frolic of this will vou commit yourself to such a task "rosorters" had left da'vs beforewatei three gallons, rut all into a of the following letter had bafcttaaUjr taken "FAV0K-1Tcrawled hither and thitlier, like norther " just for the sake of a moment's politeAt about ton, as Cragmoreat smo- this was one ot the times. He plied jug v keg, aud tie a piece of gauao REMEDY" ten jeart ago he would nerer hare him industriouh for about an hour and over tie bung to keep out flies and lot crabs with shiuinglegs:aloug the beach, the reading-ness?" groaned Edington. in king boforc tho t So reply she evidently had not The ways of ye dude are devious, and suSered frtwa Caseer. irot tor nis nauia only "R?s and "no," in air In hot weather set in the sun; day in and day out, bent men, women heard but juitej.au outburst of merriburned "I'm sure I don't know," he laughed. room, where a wood-lir- e they have by no manner of means been and childrendemented rmjniLD. Mms., March ZZSA. , That morning's encounter was but musingly, he heard the svishof Fanny's drawled at him at intervals. Dissatis in col weather set it by the stove, and exhausted in print yet. At a german ment, as JohnnJ flung his oar in air. Dr. D. Kcmuoy. ftonOout. .V. T. ; Not that oho in a thousand found an deluging Cragmoro with all the water one of a series. The Roscoes liked out- dres-- . a the two cntored tho hall to- fied with the succes of his efforts he in thne weeks you will have good vinDear Sib: About ttx yean ago I was obMged to agate, but even the most geologically ho brought out with it. She appeared door life heartily. They had not left gether, she going on up the stairs. informed the gentleman that it was egar. When part of this has boon the other night a practice they aflect, to" mo, reto external trratmeat for the reawTal ef ignorant could hope. And those were to.havo great faith in Cragmore. for the city's heat and smoke to drone After a few moments' pause Edington time for him to get to work, and ex- used 11 up with the same preparation, which was hitherto unknown growth earn? lip. 0 mr return hose, I bepressed the hope that he would enter- and ir this way a supply of good vine- ceived illustration. all thclsigns of life there were. came sewible that mr blood seeded a thorosch cieau-tag- . or shut tbenisel- es in. Within judi- entered and took a vasunl chair near she was not even uneasy. I sat chatting with a golden-haire- d curiosities and Mr whole ayalem. too. required teste? up. 'TisVstupid beyond belief. "Cragmoro isn't much of a seaman." cious limits they made friends, and it his friend. Cragmore would not notice tain himself with book, of his ability. gar c be kept constantly on hand. young lady in a quiet corner. A While casting about for the best sedleine to dstbla. ' was not many days before Ediugton his coming. lie was conscious of a what not. to the best said Edington. Utiea leraLl. A faint pallor answored this. member of .the dude genus jour "FAVOB1TK KKMEDr" waa ia htehlj professor hied him to his liCragmoro tossed his. head backward la my hearing, that I retolTed to try It. Idtd "But 1 have seen a worse blow, of and Cragmore were included in their keen, jealous pain in his heart, and did Then tho part of which was given up to Biked fish: First, dip the fish approached. with a half snort of amusemenj. o, and the reiult lurprtsed me. It wai eSooted i course. Bough "as it is, a genuine lane parties, picnics and excursions. not care to confirm his own misery. brary, a in boiling water; then wipe the "My deah Miss Clawa," said he, with quickly asd completely. I xm cot OTtr the "Where. isn't it stupid to you, Eding-- t sailor would probably only call this Besides, they managed to discover a At length Edington broke the silence. an extensive cabinet of shells, where he quickr produced by the operation, aad ctaee the "FAemployed every leisure moment he scalesjff; rinse in cold water; wipe it an idiotic leer, "I see a hair on your ton? Upon my word, 'you're the worst water a 'littlo lumpy " link of distant cousinship, which "Cragmore!"' both VORITE XKMKDT" which I have eOBtimed to take could get, classifying and arranging dry: crinkle salt you inside and out, shoulder; may I ah have it?" 1 ever knew." bored man In rmall dotes, has kept me ia such, health aad "Do you is there danger in a small bridged all conventional scruples. Cragmore looked uy to see Edingwould "As it's nothing I prize very highly," them with the greatest exactness. At abouUs much as place thefor stoaks. as I had before, aor expeoted to hiTe. "Yon think I affect ennui? It is yon boal?" Cragmore was the omnivorously uso-f- ton's face was of a deadly pallor. i pan that she replied, "you may." The dude itreucth best sever purtfler la the worid. Iamiareof Then lip in Hour: blood dinner they met again, and the host's It U the who affect," he retorted. "You artoct clement in all their outings." He "Why, Edington."' he said. "O, no. I presume Cragmore can in the stove clutched the prize with his glittering, that. Yours etc MATTHEW FABKELL, you ae going to bake it in onjoyment, entertainment delight" was the ond of the law to Johnny; Miss "See'hore," said Ellington, pushing endeavors to draw the guest out met with i piece of butter in it the size of monkey-lik- e swim." claws, carefully wound it 21 Adama Street. with much the amo success as the atlcct? " I aflect nothing," said ' "But, Johnny! 0 dear "I Ah, you Fannie preferred his escort to any other back his hat, and laving his finger on an ecg. Let it melt so that it covers over his finger and then deposited it in a Ia all cues when a consultation Is deeraeddeslraNe. Cragmore, good humoredly. Kennedy, Rondout, V. T. Bat. If aro trying to tease me." Her eyes and whon she went sketchinjr; ho could his temple, a- - if about to disclose a morning's venture. After dinner ho the iJin. Your pan should be about Russia card-casaddres Dr. "But what in the you have Daviddone so, adopt 'TATOIUTB "You lind the lovely everywhere. dimples running, the- entire gamut of pack a hampor, draw a cork, boil cof-te-e bullet mark. The dark liair showed said. "I have some business down town the tngth of your fish; if largor, tho not Auworld do you intend to do with it, is the this aftormon, and as IIEMXDT" as a house friend. You're one of those rhapsodical fellows fear, rally, and distrust, ending in a over a twig lire, and could be bitten unmistakable gray. apt to burn. Place your gustus?" queried tho young lady Sabbath, would oh mind preparing a butbr will be inside of (that like sunsets. I believe you could fmo resentment It was a small drama, by mosquitoes without swearing. No his mustache, "And here,' .smoothing it next to the tishm it. ELY'S "He, he, he!" simpered the dude, and little wood against that day." The pan Putthe in lind a'champagne bead in hotel coffee. " all over in a minute. Then and there, wotuler lie was in demand. which was of a pronounced grizzle. it a hot oven, and bake his fishy eye assumed a cunning look; CAT&13E2H iMtor could not well say no. and when BALM X&spzrrz Cragmore laughed aloud. significantly. said, Ediugton relaxed in a marked degree, she had been playod upon, convinced "Years!" he is a large fish, hour, girl is a "Yes, we're opposite typos, no fche dismissed Edington entirely from and but for the inveterate Johnny would "And yot that littlo spider caught me the man of tho house returned in the on mailer. if it should be well less time "you sec, ihs Clawa. WDCtimfMX Causes no Tain. done and brunette. I I'll lay your light nair on if It r"v doubt," he said. "1'ou wear green and her notice. Shaput her hands to her have found a spico of soini'thiug quite in her web! I am a fool. I have been ?y ening the wood for Sunday's use ofa nice brown color. The Ilotuehoiil. ftlfi LJ ,a.i' the lappel of my coat" and and he, he, few A prepared. about glasses, and they color the whole lips and called out a clear, middle- - was world-wis- e Relieves at Once. like zest in this barbarism. But the for this! I am he! it will make her as jealous as can sesJ-rV.n- r world. .Mine are of go hI, clear crystal, boy was his abhorrence; he wont so far atred, experienced, hardened for this!" minutes of his time sufficed to carry it 'un The of Lime. be. don't you know?" Thorough Treatand clear daylight just , Q And he thrust his hands into his into the summer kitchen awl pile it up, "No wonder Johnny don't mind," as to say an accidental drowning in that Mv fair companion said nothing, but fWFEVErrpJ and the task was done. "Now," said as it is thank Heaven." It is a sort of axiom among farmors His shrill pockets and paced up and down the thought Edington, "sho's as much of a family would be a boon. the teacher, "that man was no use to hat "where lime i used the land and sho looked whole encyclopedias. j.V. Y. WV aaT.B ment will Cure. 4"Andthis." said Kdington, waving boy as he." treble was sure to put Edington to rout tloor. S'fc??a tT me as a visitor, nor did his leisure do he farmers are rich." This is an old Slar. hisjiand with supercilious irony around . Cragmore, Old fellow," said "Hello!" answered Johnny, drop- whonovor an interview with the lovely 'ot a Liquid or him any good. He would not read, or ut lru adage and decrres to bo made the crescent of beach whore they were ping his oar to mako a trumpet of his sister was at its most piquant phae. touched, "do you moan to toll me that Thero is a stagnant pool in a Florida do anything else that amounted to any- ae of the establi-he- d walking, "is delightful, charming'gay." hands. i SuufT. Applj Into Cragmore watched what he deemed girl axioms of agria coquet?" lone&ome and secludme and delightful' yes; , i lostrlis! Uite it tho infatuation of his friond with sup"Coquet!" laughed Edington with a thing, so he might Ias well save ad- culture. It id true in two ways one, forestporticularly ago a lover was shot SifcA "Ship ahoy!" she called. Thirty 'gny.'-Tn- bt very. But can't you smell pressed amusement, but wisely refrained bitter sneer. "Coquot sho's'a school- that much time that could use to that lime is an exceedingly valuable ed. thrown yearsit Tiy the father of his "Aye, aye, sir;" answored Johnny. and into Trial. vantage. Besides a guest at my house fertilising agent of the pines, Edington? Can't you hear ESAY-EEVE- Ra and in addiThis ohausted their nautical vocab- from rallying him upon it. Weeks weut girl! Sho tells me sho goes Shack to Drosslsts, must render some compensation for tion eserts a most tteueticial intiuenco sweetheart, who at once drowned her- 60 cents hr " rr c',erel. Ft " " bottle br BiaJl 1. t ou fill thiswahn the stones? Can with this ulary, or Cragmore admonished him, by idle weeks of luxurious hardship, school in a few weeks." "yoursnidke-degenorateentertainment. If he knows any- upon the miI as a solvent of the sili- self in the same water; and the belief is cen's. IIA il.- its. oweso.N.1. lungs of pleasure brought by rough labor, of There was such a strength of scorn in for he took his oar again. that region among the tonic north wind?" Edington began to tire of this. Ho sailing, rowing, fishing, tenting, and these accents that Cragmoro felt called thing of importance that he can tell me cates, chiefly of Ktah, anil also in de- held no visitor to people ofcan avoid an tho spot I am always glad to ha'e him there. that "I can. But what differenco does was not only practically excluded, but horsoback riding. Miss Hoscoc .s face upon to dofend hor. i composing organic matters in the soU of spirits, occ:uioned HAMLIN that make? It's dull it's infernally she kopt tho broad brim of that ugly was almost a hazel nut color: Edington "She can't holp being yonng," he If not, then common justice requires and favoring its nitrification and tho intense brooding ghosts of the pair. that he should make himself ueful in production of the indispensable nitratos by the 6tupjdvand I ought to have known beach hat resolutely toward him. He found unexpected muscles in his trained said, gently. e some other way. And I want you which so greath' enrich the soil; the Chicago Journal. better than to start out on a 100 STYLES, "Nor I b'eing tho idiot I am." could see nothing but the sweet lino of body, anil something of the Granger or chase after pleasure with you. It her chin. He could watch tho figure, frontiersman seemed loincrusthis He went up stairs aflor a little, but scholars to remember this and know other that its use is one of those highor r.2.00 k S500, might have been Newport "or Bar though, and that made him think of a Capital Com Tort. figure; Cragmore grew negli- Cragmore hoard him pacing, pacing all that whether people are honest enough attributes of skillful farming which is to say so or not, that is just the way onfristentonly with the liost culture of Harbor." Then with a sigh: "But 1 rush, it was so tall, and supple, and gent about shaving, and his shapely night. "Washixotox, D. C ilrs. Mary K. n'Rbert n rs at aU GKKAT WOKLU's they fool, and if ever any of you go vis- he soil and the most thorough and sys Bheed, 1110 Maryland avenue, Washing- KXIIIIHTIOXH tor Seventeen Yearn. OalT I suppose this was ray fato. I agreed to slim. "Sho might have grown in this hands looked knuckled and hard as In the morning he had important be guided by you, and here I am." sec that yon make yourselves tematic working or :t. It is, in fact, in ton, D. C., states, that for several yeara Amerkan iting, Awarded su at any. ForGuh, granite; iudeed.thi'y had all lapsed back He must go. "Good-bye;- " water," he thought, "anu caught useful in some way if you would bo tie farmer's handi one of those instru-nent- s she bod suffered terribly with facial neu- 32m. y Payments or JtenteJ. "I'll convert you yet, Edington. Let motion from these waves. She oughther the ebb of a wave toward the aboriginal. "(iood-bye- " laughall round, heartily, to me once get you up the Jordan, whore dross in green." really welcome to come again." But at length, almost imperceptibly, ingly. "Good-bywhich is .rarely or never found ralgia and could And no relief. In a recent -- UPR!GHT PIANOSMiss Fann;" Goodyou can try your hand at landing a Now this, like many other quaint excepting where eery part of the farm sttnek which extended tc the neck, shoul- PresenMne ry blithest excellence- yetnt-tulncdttho season waned. The evenings grew bye," Johnny." He walked about flicking the stones She such lastrumMHs; adding to trout, and we'll see." "Wo shall never forget that you things the old man stud, has staid right vork is done in the most excellent man-w- r, ders and back, the pain was intense. great lmproTemenisin''furct"vaIue than all prertoal with his cane. This canio of having chill; more blankets for their beds at f"5J "Nothing less than ton pounds would an tones and in so Uiat it is not so much that tho resolved to try St Jacobs Oil, the lseswt purr. refined, matfea! W"",1? isarexeo frioud. Thero was never night, heavier wraps for the day. The savod Johnny's life," said Mrs. Koscoe, bv us. And though "wo have never felt ?" " the ports affected, ,give me the least satisfaction." as he did toward our company, we termer use-- ! lime as that-hibn-of the lovely inland lakes blnml half tearfully. usus any knowincwhafcCragmore would do shores by II VMI.IN KOA M l'lANOIU. Ko.. "Ton. Edington! You're preposter- net-- His life consishjj. of going from with color. A smoky hii.o tempered "O. no," blushed Fanny, drawing ha-.- retranled it as a useful hint when part ot a system of farming Inch is ttireo limes only, all pain vanished as if tun. 1.11 ous! You're a cut and driod cynie! absurdity to absurdtv Tied to Tiis ca- the sun. 1 he crickets piped of frost. wistfully near, as if she wished ho a guest oursnlf. and alwavs tried in 'thoroughly excellent, and, of course. mazic, and has not returned. 11th tU: CUIcuco, Jiut " You aro some wav to add to the comfort or han- - very prohtablc. Lime is thus not to be price was almost a bad as to have a Tho summer was gone, The city'srest-tlie- would not hate her. "There's a face!" interrupted Eding- wife and be entangledin the legendary less finger beckoned of AbysslnU, bos tent . . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S . . back to "Wo shall see you in Louisville sonio piness of the family, or friend with! used in a haphazard way. and simply to Kio Jonif, monkey. JTo-- t if soma r, COMPOUND touching his apron strings. Meantime, Cragmore 'Change, to desk, to opera, theater, time, I hope?" said Mrs. Koeeo. ton. in a VEGETABLE whom wo sojourned. This, however extract from the soil the last vestiges of Queen Victoria ahor with a orj;an, will present friend's arm to arrest his attention. ought to be the desire of every visitot, fertility it can bring out. w lien thus one Guelth fuuiilv will hflve an opportunM A rOSITITK CURErOR "I perhaps I go abroad soon." nau prooamv noucea wo restless pacing ball, and rout. the Cragniore stopped short in his speech ot nis menu, lor na sKilliully lllXRUI "Good-by"One more jucnic one more hot cofAll the pslnrul Complaint " whether ho had ever heard the used another common adage, that ity to arn a livius. ntUbgh Tele- again. aud Meatnfsses so common to'look. nnil rmfnr tUn orttill H,. fee in the woods," begged Edington, not, and it will if "lime enriches the father aud impovernonrinjr linr experience or They were gone. They steamed out to our best A youug girl in a most hideous bench ' onll( 7,;nt,.,t ti.n f ti,.i,iJt who had so hated picnics. upon the turbulent lake. The skies ho appreciates his entertainment Sa ishes the son," will surely be found ..f rr 1 T imiM'T. iTinV.. Tns heated term Uo to blax s.Li6. E.... V. hat was struggling with a Mrs. Hoscoe made ready. pebbles. huos; the wind,blew. j,rated on the huge took on dark But that all do not do this is evideit true, because it is like a last turn of the " rr!tU l.Ui.Vi, pH.rlMrtfr. youngster to prevent ms getting into a "Where shall it be?" HQUtnuU Kmtimgef here. ' exclaimed Johnny, "I'm douced sorry we ever came," from their behavior. So far from seed- screw which squee.e tho last drop of ACRTixo evil Tbe baby aext door.. for It purpou it ail boat, which the owner had left supposa- whon he found his voyage at an end, V'"r "t that " "As far from everthing and every- said Cragmore. Boston Post. ing to add anything to the comfort of juice from the cider mill. 1. .r.W..fo da UUMLhlAd a Udici u cfcMdr ttttift. bly safe on the beach, while he hunted "don't let's land." body as possible. In the wilderness." I1 Orr1t; tmnble.. Infiamma. "I'm not at all in neod of pity," the family, they sit down a The place of lime in good farming is It will core ent rely "Hullo, Bobl The coach is full. Guest up and down for agates. The waves "We'll have a tug take us half way austerely. "O, yes," said Cragmore, "this will weight to be worked for and wated its application to the land at the fall wtMt have to strap you behind." had loosened tho boat and it was bump- do for now. See, here comes the owner up to the .Ionian, leave us, and come I think I am." uHn, and more than that expect io be season when rye or wheat is sown and Bob "No you don't. I had enough of edtotSe Sanies f Uto. It remoTcs ritMn Tatnlewx. detrp7JlCTajrtt; ing about in a manner quite attractive of the boat Perhaps you can bargain for us at night, decided Mrs. Hoscoe. "II m! Both caught?" kept happy by some one else's oer- - grass or clover seeding follows. The that when I was a boy." Uehobot h Sun It cores Bl tn.- sir? r -tcthe ungovernable boy. day Herald. It was doue. The day was the perAnd the subject was thereafter a Depress land has then become more or less with him for a longer trip." tr rtiou. t Wrfn d"ra, 2'Eg ! o'no between them forevcrmore. "O. dearie, don't! you promised not from A litle stuffy man in goggles, purple fection of smoky hush and warmth. It is often a problem to ente'tainers supplied with organic mattercrops, the To preserve peaches whole. Keep a ration. Ttwr f.i..r Vis-- f r to give sister any trouble. You must in the face "from a too diligent in- They steamed across the emerald wapi D'. C. Cardinal, in Chicago Tribune. to know just and ball dog in the orchard. Boston Bulletin. rTr'et SendswtoT in what to do with tbi- - class roots and waste of previou- not co out upon tho water. It is too spection of the agate crop approached ter. Venus on her shell, with the Adriit has accumulated a store of nitroof poonle. We have woudered ourelf atic rough.'' at hor prow, in the inThe moon is full all night and even tho genous and carbonaceous matter which them. She Topped the Question. a" wo have --ccn our neighbors thus imSTGH1H0 PILES. brijht little stats wickedly "But I'm going!" roared the lad. fancy of the world, of Love, of Poetry, "This lad wanted a ride." explained upon what would be best to do cannot be made available until it is deyi srn pt in Moisture. Intents "No, no," pleaded the girl, physic- Cragmore, "and I took the'liberty of could not have splashed up whiter "Pa," said Samantha to Deacon Bod- posed such circumstances, so yesterday composed nor until a sufficient quantity mitehall Times. &Js'aWF,S01NTMFMTarc cur. ally not strong enough to restrain him, using your boat to give him a turn or drops, or cut a clear wake in more kin; "ma says, ask you to toll us how under an idea. Our attention was at- of mineral manor has beou et freo in Iidoesn't necessarily follow that because we got CI KIMJ ALL trauslucent "water. Fanny had her 3ou climbed the post." "you would be drowned, Johnny. two. Any agates? the aoil to balance the supply of. plant hens are always "laying for" something, tt Is EC TTV EIHi AtH'l fc in uioiturs, ivi, tracted from a very interesting book hi da If.J .uipir. IUwaiS). BO matPlease. He good now pray do." sketching materials. "One final bit of "Go way now. gals, and don't bother we wore reading by a conversation in food required for a new rotation of they are great fighters. Yet they never Tr A grunt, accompanied by a signifiter! vr .ni e or Ions; ftandtec But he broke away from her willfully, cant patting of the bulging pockets, north woods for ihy room in winter," me; I'm busy," said the deacon. crops. Besides at this season and with fait to come ta the scratch. lox. ny man. kk; xj. Little tho side jard. SWATVX A Sox.PWl, , and.began clambering into the boat, "O, please do toll us" chorused Bess had been surprised out of the nap fall grain tho rogular manuring of the only response. The amateur she said." was the '.SoIdDyunireisis. The banana peel, after parting from th although the surf wet him to the knee. geologist had hunted himself rich in Edington sighed in his heart; he was both girls. associoted with she was, trying to jret in the hammock land is given and the manure is gen- banana, is frequently City Lytasr Atents esa't SELL ard tel pensivt and rellective, and while Fanny "You distress me o, Johnny, cried worthless stonos. Wall, to git rid on ve, I'll tell ye. by the arrival of a f rind, como to ?pend erally coarse and undecomposed. Blizzard. It Is peals of laughter. Oil ikstUnHJoKE. Pntyoui tr pa per an Mtfni?jroud&r the young lady, clinging to the collar The young lady stepped forward. watched the scenery he studied her It was afore we war married, an' a lot the afternoon with her. For a while pivotsely nndor such conditions that A max who is sentenced U be hunc batei llW'Vif I . Muru Ho had been given to sighiii"- o' us 3'oung fellers lived in a boardin' .of his jackefout of, which he tried to "You arc very kind, indeed, sir," she profile. they were happy as two kittens: then lime is of the greatest use and value to be kept in suspense. Texas bijtingt. TON wriggle himself like a muscular eel. "I am sure Johnny about many things for several weeks. house together. I was courtin' ver ma. two other little playmates whom Bess and fits the soil for a new round of Lsaid to Cragmore. Cragmore stepped forward without is greauy uuitu w vuii. tome. and more than once had expressed a then, an all the rest was a courtin'. admired very muchput in au appear- crops. novel is called "A Woman's SeAnew WAGON SCALES. 'Ihe quantity of lime usually applied cret." Of course sbo had to tell i demur, and faking hold of the bow of Johnny,"" reaching her hand to him, tender philosophy of life, instead of his Yer ma lived out to Milton, an' there ance to make a visit also, and the first PrtmBoj. TarsBeara. rielshl errWia. e I aid. Free Pries LUt pessimistic creeds. Cragmore, wasn't any way to get there then but Herald. of per or fifty the boat kept it from being pushed off. "it is almost noon " one's nose was out of joint at nce. But is forty burned orbushels lime. acretho Add.. JOKES OF BINGHAMIOK stone freshly In "This young man is incline I to go to She made a sweeping inclination f wnue oursung witn amusement at it, to walk." so delighted was Bos with the new DINCHAMTON, H.T. Wnr should aeronauts not speak high SLzSESryTSfcltrTr- a pea," he'said. Don't bo troubled. He her body, which included both gentle- nau not dared to seem to see. by which it is prepared for wrds in a balloon? Because It is death for "How desperately vou must havo comers and her impromptu reception as usual, was assigned to been in love, pa," said Martha. Cragmore, '''won'rdrown. Such youngsters never men, and tho two walked away, Johnny the commissary he and Mrs. sho didn't notice what wo saw use it swells to three times its original them to fallout Koscoe. a fine "Wc fellers had an understandin' that do' this with a rucffil accent that con- giving a parting grin of gratitude over dfefcafeglrigHs through tho vines at our window. In- bulk and becomos wagon,powdera which Johnny, also as usual, was everywhere that, as we all went off courtin' Sunday The hay fever sufferer is a devout Indiwith tCUS WHERE All ELSE FAILS. veyed "more's tho pity." his shoulder again is -- pread from a stead of ; 'ttingintothohammock BcsiCx-Jbecause he Is continually on his jtut TastMirood. shovel, evenly over the sou. vidual ' The lad felt comradeship in the tone, Fan, he's the boss," they aud at an times in the way, playing an' Thursday nights, the one that got herself, she urged the little sifters to . "I tell you, Ussintuae. boTdbydrngglsta. Vst Timet. tricks on Edington, tormenting Fanny, home last must stand treat for tho done upon the plowed siihsm. Whitehall. notwithstanding its implied undervalu- heard him say with undiplomatic shrillBbSTSJ Erj get iti, and she would pull the rope and' This should bo he would swing them. So in they tumbled, baby laud immediately before sowing, when ation of himself, and looked up with a ness, as they turned to ascend the but ever conferring his royal approval crowd. Now my room-matAn Tow a woman's rights lady wishei on Cracmore. schools suould be allers get in fust, omehow or other. bright smile. steep, sandy path. glee, beside Vista. it K harrowed in with the seed; or if tbat all heods of public and full Revolvers, For their camping-groun- d they found He had to walk live miles to see his fashion, one look of her face told them the seed is drilled it is narrowed in women, aiie wants principals, not cen. CDShotCunsJtes5i "Suppose you take me out," he said. Tho gentlemen watched the retreatat But San Francisco FosL The young lady blushed. "Why, ing figures in silence for some minutes. a steep, shelving hhorc, with hemlock, gal, but be was allers in bed when I trot they just not wanted, and damponed previously. As lime is quite soluble in . r : jj" 3f.& vj. i i AUrtn Z3S were and cedar, and pines, and other resin-- i in; so he never had to treat. I couhfn't . Afj.ilrM JXN 'Great Witni Johnny," she exclaimed deprecatingly, Then Edington said: Heedless this lino condition, requiring only 700 The higher eggs get the more peaceful their spirits considerably. ous smelling woods HuWwas.rttUuc -- now can von: ab-- understand it. Sometimes we felt maof When they net ver UaPCWabA . V1 "That's your conception of pleasure, nipt bank, back to growing on the Bess, however, intent on swinging times its own bulk be water to dissolve tho boarders are.a dozen you rarely hear . cents the plateau above. rtin he hadn't got homo and watched plowed in, or it tweuty-tiv- o it, it should never Hand-Boo- k Cragmore laughed. He liked tho Cragmore?" FREE. Thev unloaded from the tug all their for him, but he allers was found in bed. them altogether, thought of nothing will be very quickly carried down into of a scramble. The Capital. PATENTS IT- - H. .: A. V. lad s directness, turbulent and disa "Why, yes, I like to study character." appliances, boats, rugs dishes ham- At last I told him I else, and pulled away vigorously. May Patent Att'j, WaahiECWn. D.C. of the greeable as he evidently was. And the "I do, too, for that matter, after it is pers and hammocks, and the little bumble- dollar if he would tell.vould givo him a and Mady -- creamed with dolight, but any soil below the roachthose the roots of Cxs young people be said to growfas'er of clover. when they are in love than at other times, plant-- , excepting one quick glance he had given tho sis- Hedged, but not in its callow state." me how ho man- Vista whined out "don't." It took a FLOES. Ilea, White and BInf, ftr -bee of a boat buzzed And it aged it, for I mst allers had to 6tand which are imply because being in love alway n HI noTses'headi.ttper dor. Also I arapalfta ter had made him aware that her face ., "The boy was bright, and, little ruf- was the beginning of the away.day. top the hammock, and Clover is one of the plants little time to Sena tor Badges. We aro hea'aia'-c-slast so wonderfully I lime, and it treat." was quite worthy even Edington's fas- - fian that h was, ho wa3 not unlike his Jojj. w.Lrrn.1, Mtr. Feauier Dusters, Muncla.ln4 sbn knot tin her wail till it was still. wonderfully benefited bymany others, ireases their sizlu Edington became but the shadow of "Of course you did," said both girls. "Why, what's the matter, Vista? Don't is for this reason, among uuious regara. sister. the younir coddess. He directed her t "Wall, he hnally showed me how ho r"Very well," said Cragmore, "jump ..!!!.. tl... .,.i .. J" aid Bess. 'No." that its c is to be encouraged, because fact thtt most of tit it is & y He car climbed up by the cornur post ot the you want to swing i none andCattlerowdersold in this in and take an oar." it provides the skillful farmer with one rock- - of the most valuable sources of manure, impedimenta. If she walked. piazzey an' got m the wmder,while we "Then vou it hero in mr little is worthless; that Sheridan's Condi- Then, turning to the sister, he lifted "The same brow, the same smile, tho lie walked; if Itton Fonder Is aosoiuieiy pa aaa iug chair and hold Flnxie, and I'll viz., a heavy clover sod to be plowed I valuable. his'hat, 'and, bowing low, said: "Ho same impetuous Hash of the eyes. I Johnny was also she rested, ho rested. were watching for him below.l' Nothing on jbartn win Madge." "I don't iu. iV. 1'. Times. shadow, if iiie uhArtiian's "That night was Thursday tuht and swing May aud wants a turn. He'll bo quite safe with found out who they are nothing liko can be said to be a shadow thatanything Jndltlon Powder. Rose, one teaspoonful toech plntof food. tt m also liferent itnd enrsi mail for a literally I went to Milton as usual. I "wore a want to. I want to it here." me;" and to his friend: "Wait here, making friends with the small boy of surrounds its object. He had never brand now brown surtout. I got back "Well come on then. May and Madge, CHICKEN m -CHOLERA itlik iua- - - w Edington, I won't bo gone long;" and, the family." Farmors, Care For YourclvC'?. been more strenuous or evading, and h Trm I. IIIL UrCUUtl iu Viti sot , ,... wacv4 stepping rather ciumsdy into the boat, "And -- who aro they?" reluctantly had never quite so desperately irritated a little late, an' slipped round to tho we'll play catch." Then to her side up to Boss piazzey an' climbed up. I thought tho a howl that brought for he was no stripling,ho pushed off, asked Edington. I often think it strange that as anile, Edinjrton. But Fanny was patient and put comfort her. She throw her arms a farmer is kinder to his horse than he heand the lad rowing together. "The Uoscocs, of Louisville. 'Papa is indulgent, and did not seem to mind, post was mighty slippory, butl BEND WTTK YOUK OBDES. CUT THIS OUT AND ( around her neck aud said: in and got up an' got to bed." is to iiimolf. If ho takes out his roada lumberman.' " Jn watching tho but rather to like, the nuisance. "The next mornm' ef I to "What's the matter, Vista?" But ster, how careful he ison'retu-ninlook on the young lady's face &wl3fe V4? "Up hero proballly to look after his "Fan, see that tree!" cried Johnny; the darndest lookin' suit o' didn't have H clothes you Vista did not answer. "Vista, what's groom the animal till perfectly clean, PK. at this agreeable disposition of her un- sawmills." m &&& 'm .XVrti "Bov",v' Tk.J. K. "Hii?r "it bends way over the' water. May I ever see. They'd been a paintin' tbe tho matter with you? Do you want mo to see that water is. not given, till the a w w ruly charge Edington began to realize ISflSk ff v- - .w "0, no. His lumbering is in West climb it?" l JV v j3LX? house, an' I didn't know it, forI didn't to swing you?" "No answer. "Do you animal has cooled: vet he will go a ikTjmirzrt H trfc,v. the constraint of his situation e - ".- - . ",TJ.veeret' Maw Virginia 'millions of acres of cherry.' "0, no, Johnny, it isn't safe." go hum to supper, but went 07 r - want to itOT&i?Z?t?.i:i v no drink, often to 2 asio-Awith a strange young woman in They came yesterday "Fanny is a "It is perfectly safe," interrupted ion ainy to lase supper without to Mil- answer. play catch with us?" Still go straight sonotho well and and, without ' bV"$it2 FOR SALE or reason; your ma. without "Well, do you want to an isolatciTplace and for an indefinite trump.' " :$wn Edington. "I should liko to go out on New surtout an' all was covorcd from home?" Wc couldn't tell exactly hooding the perspiration that streams 6 is - as : A length of time. "Humph," snecfed Edington. DRUGGISTS those limbs myself." lop 10 toe witn paint. not, but Bess from the pores, which are clogged by whether she answered or She turned to glance for tho first "We shall probably encounter the "Hi!" yelled the savage at this en"Your ma, when I told her about it, hastened to add: "you can go if you dust he sits down to dinner, satisfied if General Stores and Horsesnoers. time at him, and blushed deeper than goddess at the Chicago resort. You couragement, and oft he ran to do tho sho says: your hat," and sho did hands and face aro clean. A change want to; I'll get neV. ICS If thev do not haee It, itnd erdtr dlrtet 5.ever at meeting so unsympathetic a know what we are. 'Edington, don't very thing most likely to keep people "Hezekiah, I think von nmn- - it and got her ready aud led her down of underwear would not occupy live 1 eTjiPtJTrfl Kew and xeeedlrely Valuabls LIt face. The keen, critical you? Wc arc 'resorters.' Not travel- uneasy. i body to tako keer of you." m tenderly as a mother, ami minutes, and any wifo who thinks BottU. the inspection to which she felt herself sub ers, or tourists, or sunimer-boardorEdington was relieved and set about j -- An says i, 'Hepzibah, sposen you said steps as "good-bye- " STARIaKB ever so sweetly, then about these things will place the ' jected s ecmed to jar upon every nerve we are 'resorters.? TVs wortn coming making himself captivating. O. the try it' " t where tjiey can bo easity reached, came back to piny catch with all the ,.r-f- l '.:aVJoea !?SPaC i - zaQ'vic: in her body like a rude baud pawing) for, to bo so definitely classified, isn't blessed quiet of the cool, green woods, &, "An' your nm sticks to it that sho vim she had, evidently rolievod by for man i an impatient being, 3nd 'Sw ' rnther.than touching the strings of some it?" with tho under foot, the didn t mean nothm' by it an' she Vista's departure, though she did not must have what ho wants there before er". 'wiv v rmr tj A J w fci. Jm delicate instrument. She.gave a "Cragmore, I half knew that was a whispering boughs overhead and no didn t pop the question to mo "that ..V- Na. 'MtHQtruryjiC his eyes. Leather slippers do not absay a word. t: .ii w.u. f5fix5 .;-.- r sy t as if she would havo sat right Kentucky girl. Our Northern women smalt boy to interrupt. j. "Of course sho did." cried 'tho "iris, Ce o1 Now in this cao they were all babies sorb moisture aud arc therefore best down on the sand to cry, and probably never havo that soft, fire about them "Miss Fanriy, our summer's happi- - "and how lucky it was for us thai she and nothing refreshes the feet more together, and we could excuse Vista Remedy Co.. 175 dearborn street, CHICAGO. 1 would have done so but for innate fem- mat warm indolence that is so much ness is nearly done. did. Boston Globe. National Live Stock for acting as sho felt But were sho than a regular washing in tepid water inine perversity. When she would have more alluring than energy. ' i "les, it is boptember. older, wo should say that and clean socks. A'. Y. Herald. years AnCP A MOATII. hR worW. IttmrKKO. cried of course she laughed. This sell rhe Joar- "The boy Sadn't much warm uilUTrn-T- o "Drink wine when you go to Paris," fifteen no business to act as she felt, "I came hero reluctantly, but I go or jesui. Jiis- - 02.JU selUnrart. sti OlTSOIT. MtcS. she had Address JAY HNnitU n.i t lence about Mm a word. In snite away more reluctantly." 1 Cjajuww say travelers; the water is seldom fit to unless she felt like making her hostess jr VU The New York Commercial Bulletin AGENTS toryofItIstrelsTtlththetwtlT He lifted his hat DIscIoIeslntaenoIyLand. "And see how brown I am see my drink." But how good is the wine? and company happy. ot all I coald do. WH have us oversays that from the organisation of the ttfunTinnstrated. Msps.f lanF'c. Aoare w EDUCATIONAL. Alyfrieud is a new Kind of knight-errant- turned." hand," and sho held it up, smiling. in the last report of the rannicipal USSNOXITi: PUILISU1(1 CO., Elaoart, 1L. first tire insurance company on this inAnd when people who are of age he said: "he rescues the maidin his. He caught it fervidly for a I f R Vjlarthlp m tn "Think," punned Edington, Ignor laboratory, under whose scrutiny the more to rontinent sist upon acting liko babies, we are not money has down paidthis present and en out'of the hands of her bad brother." ing his friend's remark, "of a Chicago CEICAdQ SCALE CO. Splash! shriek! T wines of city trade raSst pass, tho numlosses New Jersey. Positions been out for Katlonaljpatrona mi "All boys are hard to manage," she girl of that clas3 oounding out of Mar-saiWl- - UI South Jrjcnm Strtst. "iUfr.Jll-Johnny had climbed the perilous ber of good samples"6und amon" 3.361 sure but Bess' remedy for the evil is management expenses by American ALUS. Clrcuiirs. COLEMAN Ton'Waecn enough. ?0 ' simply. "Johnny isn't bad." j shall Field's like "XJUleOtiacilTe, il end for ftlto panther out of a tree and had fallen from it into the was only ;157, while 1.00S were passable, good and just fire insurance companies than the same a g CjoawanttobecomeTel-TOUnvalval aL If he is so wretched where he is, it is jompanies have actually received from al al ah jungle, getting over that pavement in lake. Fanny sprang up, dropped 1,709 were bad, and 202 positively danmC!! jraph tlporator. and ing with bland tact all sarcasm out of ! Woriirat&o Jvanywhere.Whol- t- be guaranteed cmployracr .,ildrtisI'.w.Ur-AMda.O- . natural to infer that a change of ire premiums. I but nur uwu sketching board, brushes, et al., and gerous. Chicago Inter- Ocean. "" t tour --g rttW issie his assent, but in so doing emphasized carriage door strides, openingafter her. do.vn tbe steep bank she bounded, Ed- - j place would do him good, and you teedrB.CTKJtHL.15r Wabash aCnlcaco. 99 and banging it it in such a way that the satire was I've seen it. Thint f the sculptorwho iligion ai oreaK-necplow in I860 cost twelve would do yourself, as wen R3 rum, a Alabama this year has been good speeu WHEN TTKITItO TO ABTr.ltrWEM A. MOSTIT and board for 3 Urt Tons; tat tat y by helping him oft". Burlington broad as daylight by the inauguration of heavy s1k ai7 Lfh eountT. AJluXeSS f has it on his hands to perpetuate this Johnny was uounderinglusUly$Slrkjng dollars, iow one can be bought for six favor yu "A1'r; S65- - .llKV' lt'atn. UN Vktl.J.l.l. v Hnwkeve. ' mining and smelting enterprises. "Not in any sense bad," she added, unicago Journal. Hill"'" wildly odt with legs and arm5,:and dollars. t(ijg again maiuio. The Hickman Courier. de-fon- so - s ss Club-Hous- o de-pcr- Pink-ham- 's heart-string- - n m w con-sider.b- le I Edin-toii- ." bog-pin- g slano-mus- t-- lf a. 5 close-croppe- d e. KEEP PORE. one-ha- sun-steepe- d, breeze-freshene- -- row-bo'&- ts - fire-pla- a . agato-huntor- ro-lo-rt acaa-eero- as Crag-more- ," well-develop- ed ed deprea-slo- o ul e. - to mitm f &4 ""a m&&y$ H?5tv.r-iIu-3.IruM lCN-k- - it-o- lf, d depn-ss-io- MASON & -- wild-goos- well-groav- ed I OBIIiS Tr-inoi.t e, n two-poun- d o a e ,'"', m ?e w " half-whipe- ba-r- el e, Good-bye.- pedf-gog- uo " m 1 nine-year-o- ld ... -Q- -see , U- dd i "I-Edi- ngton -- for-bidd- .il n. Nirtl2u sea-foa- m e. -- -- four-year-o- ld DISEASES asBssagjpsMTSstsssjsiPMtgsfssTy a t l- m 1 - m ' 0.5 Aror-ristot- old-tim- i m air-slacki- , long-handl- ed e, ; fs&ssaCisssisi i l'. " pnce-iis- i. TtaSsrs. . C? . ss skkes asteASs&fi! pp? u-- conn-tr- : I k 1 St ffi&lSSt ;??:? PJ "Pit-2lQ?i w. half-confuse- d, half-reliev-ed $$&. V tete-a-tet- y ,M W -. w i S . 1 -- ..T 7?&R& Vtf 1 -- ar-m- ! yk$$s? W. fc - ,- half-sidelon- g, s; par-mon- ts 7ttv.m& Vb -- pine-needl- half-gus- p, jeaaLVir T :M04rN?e ei.WA, r. --. - I -- y r.&Sit!t0srs ZyJ. --- i. - ' m " indo-witho- ut -- -- v -- -, ," d, -- l-.SJO; on S401 1 w Id a w m ft - Kejaitx-nK-..."".--- ed K .. svsts-Tllsa-t ,.-wW- ' S" t&' jaen 1 1. i l '"smViiis."' " iv ?' V. c - t a- " y. a2' Kriw LagygSWygSgggaWWMMBMCPgMMM f " 'X f,. .. ,.-.- - .- - t I " - ' ,.. ,. ' t,ljy m 2 T .u-UAJJ- Jlj .! ... I LOCAL NEWS. "Monday for valth, Tnulnj- - for li'cnltli, Wdn-dtli of all ; Thursday for croei-et- , Friday for Saturday no lock nt nil." y and an ovoniiifr nr inh... ...:..i. . O " illlli.il d fun is assured. ""vnou troiim lit This is composed of colored people ...... ..... .M icuciM-- wiiu enDENTAL SCOTCH bNUlp will pre thusiasm in all tho hirger cities CCfTB tho teeth, their performance far surpassing FUQUA &DEBOW, tho Caucasian imitators of tho "Wholesale Agents. lithiopian minstrel. The music both vocal and instrumental, is There is at present a famine in said to bo splendid, tho choruses India. sweet aim liarninmmiR. nml ti, The Prettiest Goods, at fun and humor eccentricities aU J. Ambsbci'3 Sons. was wiuun tno bounds of refined Fulton, Ky., in to have a lacge delicacy and nronriotv. Tf vn want an evening of good humor, u jw tobacco wnreh use. u guou music, go out to hoar The Latest Stjlc Clothing, and Nobbiest them this evening. Thoy perform HatH, at J. AiiBERG'a Soxs. , Sew skating rink 3rd lioor in Hickman only "one night. over Cowgill's drug Btoro. A rtemnrlcnMc Escape At Ctty TI.ll. -l-ho lamoiis Georgia perform at the City Hall Miustids to-nkh- u m uj. it t, 3S" 3Q2T M- & CO; V i IBS " ' ' " " 5 Sfir !, sSk? ElBjJ S) u " jBSt ' Mil I i Ml BE w -g j-- -- , t V 9 2-- flCKHAN. ia,--' "B l- - by Jnst received, a fine selection of - v .. h. b it a a i hi s rv - m - 9siMiiys z: yy 111 ysp.yffiyi.i5. ALSO THE lVIANTLE BED. - ;Am0MATIC PARLOR N. H. I The latest DruimWitled U.W t nH SriM,esl '" mj liB0' CU aml Exm5He- Pkcs low. Will mi U H internal) I FK.VR at Cowgill'a Drug Store. PURE country made APPLE VINEGAR, The quail and pheasant game law is up from the 20th of this mouth to February The Finest Goods, at 1. J. A micro's Soxe. . "Iligh Prices and plenty are prosperity." A d a m S in i t h ' s "Wcilth of Nations." Note Flam's low prices. and Bronchitis, during which lime th oesipnysioians count give no relief. Her life Was dpflnairod of. imlil in Otl,.,- she procured a Bottle of Dr. Kine's New iiwvutcij, ijcu luiiueuiaie reuei was leit, and by continuing it use for a short time she was completely cured, gaining in flesh la,, was Mra Jfnrv A. T..!lnT-- nt Tnvi. afflicted for six years with Asthm-- i n BUIGHTN Doh'i fo CITV IIAI 'have the finest line of UNDKRT.VKERS GOODS over bronchi in itoner politely nerve I on liort notice. will be played to mrjetion. The great Vocalist "UNCLE JjpMl'ETirjON, AS MY t;OODvS OU THilINK ALL OTHERS. THEIR oTot,,1 Kv n nhnir OfiOtlinr Vnool Co ...Jli : T ... r.-v- wa:ETH HTCTR t. FUKNlTUIiESl)RE. ri"U (iivii Rik can deitfml !tp place, on the opposite cormr .i iIJSTU'liev .1.,1 l ....ii iirnL.iuIkmii I'laiit Brft's. & - !...:.... ..i Co., under tho Now 1 Ki,.iii, nnv iv.;.,.. ;.. ... .. m"mnm' ' i.uu i... :.. ""'"" c.. -- i nil Irta in n tnwail.a Free Tri&l Bottles of this certain cure of. fl an inroat ana Lung Diseases at Fortunc'ij urugotore. Large Bottles 100. B 1 lllS wo nWTP uru Don't bow to a lady before sbo has bowed to you unless you uurazcn-iionicu mm a mr$ - jtw n kin 1 A f m i 1 is i Yoq can save 25 per cent in prico, and uicuman, next Friday. Mr. Boyd 60 cent in quality by buying FURNL is a taleutcd and eloquent public TURK at "District, advortisodto-spenk,a- niasnor. Hon. Ehey Boyd, Democratic elector for the FirKt CniirrnKRinnii loXTtKlrld1107 l Tr00pC' S,-T- roIW and a ifat of the , M wn(Jerful ,w . arc charmed, and will load yourself like a sensible person, with many of the bargains now hcingftcred, consisting of all the novelties of the season. Dross Goods, a oi variety, from a nice Brocade at 4jc per yard to a fine Black Silk, ThmniingsCiittons, &c, to exactly match all. Nice Ginghams at oc lieard, good Canton Flannel at 5c, Full 4-- 4 Heavy Domestic at 5c perard, Gray Blankets 50c. All good Fresh Goods, picked up by cluwcand good for heart disease. The handsomest line of Ladies and Misses "Wraps, ever offered in fcbd City, (the latest sties'). Ladies and ftsesffinc Custom made Shoes every pair warranted. A full Hncof ouf Mr. Plaut's Custom Boots and Shoes. Nothing like them in the city. We warrant every pair; try them. ,vi. ...:i .... TIM," as- - GRAND i?liEE WiRE ASCENSIOiT.:&C. PriectaauMial. ; . - e.t. Gardner's. Tho Hickman County Fair I 3 X'LlK .J,UlllOl. Willi. will be held near Clinton on the LU sumc that Mr, Landrum, tbo nowljj 10th. 17th and ISth of October. elected Eennblican elector will bl The Nobbiest Goods, nt present. Sncakinerat Citv Hallfl J. Ajibebc's Sons. to commence 1 r. sr. Let it forever be known and TJtCHc nro Solid FnctH. remembered that thero are no inc oeai dioou puriner anu syfiicni regucharges against Cleveland as a lator ever placed within the reach of suf: public officer. faring humanity, truly is Electric Bitter IVH-Vi speaker, fully able to cope with,, any Republican speaker who iaaj SSoaiS tR. Fi.r h HickiMa TAX-xtlors- . Oovaa. Rlni-- Have you seen tbo new Russian Circa lre, Cloaks, Dolmans, and Jersey Jacket, the prettiest and cheapest ever sold in Hickman, at J. Ajibeko's Soxs. Inactivity of the Liver, Bllisnsness, Jaundice, Conotipation, "Weak Kidneys, or any diwaw; of the urinary organs, or whoever requires an appetitzer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Biltere the W. E. Forrest, a candidato best and only certain cure known. They guarand quickly, for doctor on the Uhtino ticket, in act surely give ontire every bottle money anteed to wtfaction or New York, declines to support refunded. Sold at fifty conta a bottle bv.0 the Maine patriot. ll P, Fortune. Tho Latest Style Good, ot J. Ameebo's Sxs. Gov. Knott wrote the TranElder Fleming will preach script that the published state- vtaaVk Editor: you published the fact, ttiat the "wtumiiu Jury had inuic.ed tlni of Hickman for failing to keep its streets in good order sad condition. Without knowing vhat particular street the city was indicted for, 1 will state as a fact that the road, or stroot, usod in the corporation from the foot of tho "Harrison hill" to tho mi un. ration line on the State roads is and has been for tho past five months, in worse order and condition thau any part of that rond from hero to Fulton. Dei p bomn where yoli can" sec tnerreatest variety of Mens, Youths and Boys Furnishing Goods, and Clahing, from the cheapest to the finest Suits, made specially to our order, aid guaranteed the best fitters in the market. Grand lectnre each day fiom some of the leading orators in Mercantile circles, upon the importance of buying Goods of PLAUTBRO'S. & CO., and' save your money. 4 ill JJiSSION INTO IM SHOW, mm a Tho b4t malios of PLAUT BEOS. -EOS - 8s GO. BBWnU U? LlliJLS 1 1 T n fi?fj ftfffM &,yi&y F7? Made ilw Low P)ices to-da- It '" M of c., Pistols and Pistol partridges, Prass and Paper Gun ImijlfmciH, DmmondlGrain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and a general kind Shells, Amniifitition.-l p. ing to buy. of Wo can show ... B JL. 0 AUo, a fine lhia K thought of forkidiiiiier reHcious the services there or elsewhere, oven citizens trade or business of the Uvmg on, the market, if I had authority to do so. J$ to tho State road 1 or contiguous Other streets FUQUA & DHDOW. may be in as bad condition. Of Wholesale Agents. yi'KUinp this, I do not know, is Dr. V. T. Hsrris. ureeiding Hon. Henry Houston, Republi a sample of keeping but if this by up roads Elder of thiR District, will preach can nomineo for Congress, isKfd- - taxation, then I am ounosect to at the Methodist church Saturday vertised to sneak in Hickmafi: taxation and do not think it straiigei night, Sunday and Sunday night, next Tuesdcv. Mr. Hnnston ira iiiai tno county voted against tho well informod gentleman, audB now road law. scribed to build a college at Mav entertaining speaker, and will nt--t Again, is it not the policy, atti field. and strong probability that crest those who favor him lj? true interests of the citizens of iUwHi be incicsed to $15,000 says their presence. The other caarif Hickman that tho lending and dates for Congress will proiiablg. taain thoroughfare: ni)nm:i;hint ton Tdouiior. not bo posetttastheyai'e nowtni '8 business dcparuiwiuu be con-- l The Cheapest Goods, t gged in other parts' of the DisJ. AsrB2EGT3 Soks. trict. Tf Mr. Houston will con- ,uicive 10 litviUHir trade sn hui. jaoas? if so, thn present induee- Mr, John F. HrJl was married sent to a division of time on the tus. ij&f. the approaches be Som hoysN'etle to Boys. hv ben breakiBg iato the issues of the I at tonal camnaierii nt Fulton. Sunday last, to Mrs. oed in good order aud condi- the Democracy will probably bo 1011 within its cornorate lim:t Public School Bourns, asd if it Jennie Robinson. Mr. TTall islhe ihy will be prowcuied to the f(irtht expostmaster at Fulton. May their represented. were hetter for tho bnsinKR in- - tent of th Uw. lives bo all joys and pleasures. TRUSTEES. rests of Hickman that 11m luwl- - Oat. 3, St Bncfclen'.H Am ten Salvo. g streets from tho country roads J. R. Lemon, tho rtonnlnr and The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Rio well well known commercial tourist, iB Bruises. Sores. TTIrors cw ithn,.m irAni- plmtou improved and iuvitiliff, if street were three feet deen iv candidate for member of thei Sores, Tetter, Chapjd Hands, Chilblain, 1 mud. Both can bo jnade nass- Uui3, State Hoard of Equalization. We ' lively uu uu cKm truptions, ana poci- a,ld cureSPiles,or believe him to be well qualified 13 guaranteed to givono pay required. It l?llcOther attractive, but if one or is to gutter, let the perfect satisfaction, P j for the position. money refunded. 1? 10 Price 25 cents pr W'nal prevail over the internal, n,., . .: box. ForSalc at KOTtTTTVP-. !. . w.u..ucM.v.v. ffe Wlu i.A,...i upuuuii ui nil Hon. Jno. W. Wingate, uuuuai Judge of this county, reUUTSIDER. IS! II SL turned to Hickman, Wednesday, The Circus OnMiwr,. Rnhm- after n Btay of 20 months in Cen- son & Co's. United Monster Shows jtr kes ix KEatoRY or tral Kentucky. His old friends wn exinbit 111 Hickman, Tuesday, riiiiiucu.i.it3e ixez Oar Fancy Flour S4.76 per bbl. Retail, Oct. 14th. Now is your chanco to are glad to sec him. $2.75 perhunilred. BT X. t. M. Family Flour, $4.00 per bbl. Retail, Tho Xewcomb, Buchanan & witness all of the startling novel- Be&ntlfnl rtflvt r Co. failure, Louisville, turns out a ties of the circus lml f.nrinRitv ,Thtt mined rouml oor brt' leww t teaJrlla ef 52.50 per hundred. XFlonr, S2.75perbbl. raiv big swindle, tho proof now being wond. irorfronnR nnstninno onmno Drayage free on flour by the bbl. w"imt tw, Asi kaiw M diwit wonders. transformntiniiR. .v.. &e. that tho Buchanans fraudulently Grand cratuitous outmMn rvd.ibi- - & bright iL .nili-I- Tir Empty barrels, in good order, taken back duplicated warehouse receipts to at 25 cents. free to General line of Goods marked down. alltMr brigktMw for Ppa and theamouut of thousands of 'dol- tion and place, all. Remember the day Groat bargains in farm Machinery, &c. Hickman, Tuesday, maee thy tarry lars. eja n teoger wo tea. Oct. 14th. Usual prices of admis- ST... ." "" POWELL & BKO. "iras, UKe ooiuo mark) mil. A full attendance of tho mem- sion. .rr.r.?r.u 'e"' r ma d iw ....,Ui meir uotoo" .UWu bright charm ; haa Sept. 26, tf bers of tho Knights of Houor is flej. . . . . For Kwft 1i9.11.. apecially requested next Friday The Republican National Com- ?vint,ro1 chuJ.nt. hare laid t lii we Sheriff's Sale. lomt. I ovouing, regular lodge meeting, mittee has established a branch Ei t .ii tnnocant ? . l"r brt By virtuo of a judgment and order of for instruction in the secret work office at Nashvillo, Tonn. Their TZTiJi ' eaunesa irora u sow has fiewn, which issued from directed to of tho order by tho Deputy Grand address offers Teuucsseans wealth flnM.n..JJi' """"'"" lD,u ""' earrl above Eale Clerk's office mo, the ;Fulton Circuit the of Dictator of the State. and prosperity to vote the RepubCourt, in favor of Thixton & Slaughter, find others, against J. R. Brown, I, or one Mr. IT. J. Atwood proposes lican ticket- - This is on a par with En of my deputicq, will, on Monday, tho 13th the "40 acres and a mule," with opening a now skating rink in tho day of October, 1881, between the hours old Millet Hall, 3rd story over which the Republicans used to of 12 o'clock, k., and 1 o'clock, i a. at th8 " '"C1 rirna ueth tali Th.t ri.i. Cowgill's drug store, which is now delude the colored folks. Court house door in Hickman, county of Fulton, Ky., expose to public salo, to the iwaatiful child, undergoing repairs. Tho rink will ThAii.il.. Itttla anel. who hur hegnilMl. highest bidder, tho following property The city of Fulton is improv- And thy epirlt, eo be opened as soon as completed. (or so much thereof as may bo necessary nre, I giTe back to Cod ing than any place in to satisfy tho amount of the plaintiff's That popular grocer John tho more rapidlyexcept Paducah. Purchase City debt, interest and costs), "Witting, has moved his grocory I'rlnrfl Consort of America. lots Nos. 220 and 226 as known and desighis old stand on Jack- - Several fine biiRinonn hlnc.kn are stock from nated upon the plan or map of tho Old eon streot to his now brick on about completed, Carr Institute Town of Hickman, Kcntuaky, levied upboffins to assume shann nml neat feoeds to tho PreHidftrmv. the mn on as the property of J. R. Brown. Also Clinton, where ho will bo glad to residonceR n.rn in nnnrno nf nrPP.. who wins her hand becomes princo one open top buggy, levied on undor an see his old customers and as .tion all over JV. the city. Paducah uoiiHoiT.. j;iiib is a new way for atachment and in favor of T, M. Fronch. a f.(llVl4)l. Huroynow onosaamaycomc.nRirautBedet'iniotlio' White Teems. Salo will bo made on a credit Court of Claims meets next House. PushBelva's claims and of six (6) months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the Monday. Get your claims read'. 3rr. Zeno young, editor of fho marry the widow. rate of 6 per cent, per annum from day If a bridge across Bayou do Chieu Jfadisouville Times, and wife, are of sale and having the force and effect of is not ordered, it will bo because visiting relatives in Hickman. iTr. a replevin bond. SodL 29. ISM. mo easiness men ot Hickman Young received severe injuries W. C. JOHNSON, Sheriff F. C. Fish delivered Free. Oct. 3, tds neglect to show any active inter-ea- t some months since by a fall, from "We will deliver fish to any part toward securing it. which he is slowly but surely Re- city no chargo for delivering. of the Leave Without adequate provision covering. We hopo soon to seo your order at the dock, or at J. V. Rogers. SEE1IANN,&BR0. thero is great likelihood of a dis- him himself again, and tho Times OF FEJIiTOST, KY. astrous epidemic 'in the United once more a regular visitor to tho s? States in 18S5 owing to tho multi- Courier. Coal, Coal. Coal. plicity of avenues for tho spread We have enough Plttslinwi, toat Some parties claim thattho of the disease. The cholera in paragraph in last week's Coueier hand to supply the town. Only 4 Beta, per Europe this year indicates it. U1II. about ofho UU.V FRENCH &. PT.TTArtT?T? Dr.W. E. Morris, physician road attho bad condition the Harrison hill, in 3 w. and surgeon, late of Clinton has loDiscounts Paper and Loans Money, Buys was untrue. Others'say cated in Hickman. Ho has the if 1Q fCn-at'd Sells Exchange on any Point in tho rv . J !. t 2 Mules for Sale. appearance of a clever gentle- blya difference of opinion United States, Solicits Accounts of tho as to TWO fino Mules for sale. Apply to Teople Generally. Collections and Prompt man, and we apprehend is compe- where tho street runs C. H. HUBBARD. Remittanco at Current Rate of Exchange causesftho tent in his profession. Office at difference. A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. Fortune's drug store, and resi.. . ; For Sale, dence on Troy avenue. XASR3KD, ,M One good work mule, for caah, or Use DENTAL RCOTCIT SNUFF, or TJPERIOR 8COTCII SNUFF, tho best in de-sirar-x- ment that ho forbid rcligions.sor-vic-e at Camp Comer is a mistake. man citizens. Ho sayB: New Goods at It is scorcoly necessary for me J. Aubsro's Soxe. to say to those who know mo that The residence of Dr. Heeler, I Clinton, was destroved hv fire, this is a a mistake. any have innever written word to one relarondayliist. Loss about 3,000. tion to the convict camp at LexNo insurance. ington, and certainly never Sunday morning and make the explanation requested by aomo Ger- gullies, heavy washes, sidling prices, and narrow tracks are ik ohief characteristics, and he whs passes over it, must see it, ami while an expenditure of ten dol-ar- a with plow and scraper would have repaired it. Yet nothing is done, and this too. on lttmiimr road coming into Hickman. is it any wonder then, or a Stretch of the imi:mmfinn tht. the corporate authorities were indicted? Does not Hickman o These'ilJKKls will be sold at Bottom Prices. v i TT V E announce to our friends and the public generally, that we havo just rwived an immense Btock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit ihi tradn of t.nrtlM w;ch. all etylw of Furniture in plain and fancy. C2.1 & , u. If- 3ll IT V SX m j if . a til irife s ls ,yiiiviiiiua La Wn i xgy tfMjgoeataa.fcaKSiiUiaiBi f w, inn mim n ebbb I We propose to niako our prices to uit tho spirit of the timea. You cna reet assured you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as ks ao any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Very respcctfullv, ilakii 04( T. F. workmanship Jo G Uftve inpoek and are daily receiving a completo line of Hardwaro and Cutlory, W1LBURN & C(X My lo, fftbll WWmMiii f 4 Ql'Ripi mr fefei4i SaOllli PL jBa: LINE OF I, IP fl M rooms in new Odd Fellows building. "kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and la we are prepared to give special inducements as fi6?S.oro jSyAll Also i Titt-mlny- AKD A GENERAL Contractors and Builders of Houses. Hmmlceephw Goods, and Builders' Material. Stovej, Grattfl, &8., all business.? A m-J- sf which we will sell as low as is consistent with a legitimate MSsPiirl 29a - o- full line of the ?. eIbrated g oo -- - Charter Oak Cook Stoves, at J. W. CORMAA' & CO'S. P-" I - CX-- or c: ox-Coun- ty ?. ? DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, otln' Enn KuttSrAxes, Hftlhets, Nails, and Barb Wire, at CORMAN J. CO'S. HATS, CAPS, CARPETS I AND OIL CLOTHS. Tho ladies are invited to call and examine tho finest line of Soissors over displayed In Hickman. Every pair warranted, at J. C0R5IAN CO'S WINDOW CURTAINS, DOWN IT GOES! AND WINDOW SHADES, HEETWECK, BALTZER & CO. GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, m BE! GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH, MANUFACTURERS OF BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c. ML J. W. CORMAN &. A fiae.sokfef Br.ach-le'cdtn- anQTHuWo" CO'S. Our stock is complete in sli lines, end yjo will sell very low any Goods hnmhto us. ' ' "- -' J" WW-BOO- TS, " -- r W. & W. & !!L We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before purchasing eleewlicre. m-- -- ?1 'iS,"t.,!S'.0'f"rt"i I MI'S Hickman, Kentucky. SONS. j; W. PATENT COWGILL, Trusses DBALBB IN lX'&t'' ""'W. I Tho old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of J?s 4 1 AVD to-wi- t: SF . T CS MED1CIM1ESI A-InTI- NEW HOME :AUd!u Snppts ISEAYING MACHINEStPAJHSTT S , - VI Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which are offered at -- A I 7 TDlLET'kRJICLES &c, &c: &c. day &C, &C Ring night bell alter 10 &-- FULTON BANK and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to ESTPrcecriptiona filled at an7 hour, M. (doc CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Ihe attention of builders especially desired as this house will give special inducements. Correspondence solicited- - ND BOYS. ;; Capita, S50,000.00. A. THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN ;: t k V11VI W-poratio- n, MOJSrDA.1T, SEPTEMBER !. NINE MONTHS. 1884,. ' i -- E. B. BEEYAED. AND CONTINUE . , . jL A Michigan justice of the peace, eager for business, has issued this card: "Marriage performed at all hours of tke day or night. Especial attention given to claims of soldiers wko were frightened or discouraged during tho war. Office hours iroe 1 o'clock in the morning to jatdnight, standard time." cere-Monies D. On tho 5th instant, in this counlvfMr P. Patterson to Mra. M. B. Bolton COIORED. credit. M.A McDANIEL. W. DIESTELBEINK THE OLD RELIABLE GHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, -- t,n PnnrM of Study includes, as heretofore, the beet of primary instruction, the usual studies in .English Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and Book-Keeping- f M le Valley. ,fhe th inst;iat Alf. Seay toSallie 'ij rVoliccl ar Miss Marie Barnes, daughter of the Kentucky evangelist, is k"ecn-in- g house for her familv it. t 1 don, Will Barnes is said to hn ii! . . Tilnhinn. into a ano prcacaer)ijL' wopiug J. .J.. J- - Strayed or stolen from tho undersigned, about the 26th of August, one three-yeold STEER. It is a pale red color, broad borns weight about 750 to 800 pounds no spaco to name all articles, but no positive whether marked or not Any information will be thankfully received. troublo to show goods. scp t. lt R. POWELL. andomo and seo, at tho cornor of Troy acdMoscowAvonuo. East Hicktaps, Ky Family Groceries. Especialattention is devoted to tho preparation oi ooys ior ouBiuesB, jor conege, nou . for professioaal studies. . . Correspondence and consultation of parents, before the opening of school is respect ' fullv solicited- - Address, X, KJ. Jt l W iUJJl-- l, liickmttu, Ky. Aug. 8, 1684. ..,..-- , IKAI.ER DECS,IWS 3EKI ' 3l FAINTS AND DFif-STill- S, NO 10-2-w d ZEES! jJC BT9 COMPOUNDED! M -- PRESCRIPTIONS OAlih F J j. M I I IQlil, liilll ar HICKMAN, II. KENTUCKY. "$&.$ fc TUB NEK, Proprietor. , '4-- ) v 4 '! .V IV i 4 t X 3 n LLLLLLLLLTTf '.r3d aasaagwrmi ' r "BHHlHIIBHBBiBM . - -- .n ... J - .. , .j.JPk " HiHH TT'aHIH J 5 Ik-- " ' " I? Big bargains in Gents Clothing. & St Bijr bargains in Flannels. Big bargains in ladies trimmed Ha few?. 9HE? Big bargains m lied uomiorts. ut-a- w Big bargains in Boots and Shoes. Big bargains in Blankets. Big bargains in Carpets. J5lg T gp bargains in Canton Mamieis. OUKSKI.sa Big bargains in Cloaks & Eussian Circulars. "Big bargains in Dress Goods. Big bargains in Trunks and Valises. Tablecloths. Big bargains in i-incn Big bargains in Overcoats. Big bargains in mens and boys Hats. i5ig bargains C2I& in ladies Skirts. 'AT. So the ' mmm cqtoibb. wesowim. mfXslc2E H. ISiiilROIS 2MUBTFEJ,. e Tho CnnvRsi Mr.dc of 2!sHVcloil-VGtot- . hiiU Snde.iou-tU-u- a? ouio. I A. t'aiidili VEfif v Facts- - BnrwHin Figuring: Hope. t ChRlrWRii SIhic the JineUoyo Vroii. fully on Sytctal to tbe C.iurer-Jwnrii- l. Hom-ocrati- Oc!autlo MWiHiiiiiim win fft h i Jhi New York, Oct. 2. Tlu&jjloa Ctlebratrtl .ay ou tLe kuhcalciek of The State Democratic Central c Ohio is to be left out of trrl xa or brniiual Weakueer, Iuvulnntmrj feml Committee, says a Chicago special that unl I.tm, Iimx triny, i!nttnU rhjiieil Ine calculations is seoutd at jwcltjr, Imtl!miit8 to JlnrrioK, etc. : ftUo, Com well bo ecniessod auoncc? every- - to the Cincinnati Enquirer, is de1 rRiLsinr.XT, fok unction, Epi!rpj and Kits, iiluc-- Ij ttlf-i- Jot hnrtv ia :it Ron.' nc nkmdYrknovrS voting most of its attention just tho headquarters of the Natnnal gfirr, orexiul extraTaganie.de. " GROVER CLEVELAND, jfllGflMAN, KENTUCKY . . Tb ceWbratrd KUIlior. in tbia admirable n ay, absurd. Mothers fV !! . or can even give jiIVPuSUUL now to polling tho. independent Committee as clarl)'iiiiuBitrates frvBt u thirty jrara'aaccetefal xetmtive Opnimittoi ay & practkr, tliat tbe alarming conpequeccca of Mtijkj-xMBNEW lOiiK. OF 4 guss ns to tbe pxorfSwr6Btilt: pato? may radically cured ; polntlnp est a mod !Wti!!siifcli5yws- ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Ito- - I tuoic i ef car at ee simple, certain, and eSrctcal, I'J ncw clonontB paid especially to AntArirrflit to their care. There are ao u'7, lory of the Republican 'irty k entrusted raeaua of vliicL riery t uffenrr, no matter whot bis publicans who are opposed to J.n Ult) BbWru Ul XI ttmciuuma O.frie Mulct niook. ceadltion may be, tuny care Itimcelf tbaply, pri. contest thai Blaine and to Irish Democrats who vIiah thn nroRneuts ot ouat folio' ilie R'r UI irUUUiU UC ciruuuu mi;.a -large aeeTy and ra'Ilcally that enter i6j-thoevS-Has the any approaeacs. ot THOS. A. HENDRICKS, eriiser tno purcmiH-.Murderain J"NitR lecture bonlI t in tbe hinds Pf oTry nS all at sen. will vote for i,he Maine man. the Bnckeve State were tf M'or I'lrrcasos tho politicals and all sorts er finds the latest styleR, the best yuntli and every man tu tlrt land. OF INDIANA, able to the Democrats ,7lt. of violence are predicted. The, material, the most approved oy Skt iiBder aeal. In a plain f BYclre, Thoae accustomed, to figure on Small sheets of paper have been have a moot unwavering faita in on receipt of four ctutt, or two pO't: stnupe Addreee. sent to ever' voting precinct in are said to have pri-- terns, the most reliable goods, and deT coming election a poTHE UULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., The Drummer's Z" Convention the result of a tho State outside of Chicago. the ability of Mr. Hoadtf as rate detectives all over the State, the most advanced business me thphysician and surgeon, I lAunt..XewY8rk,K.Y.; I'oat Otaoe Bo, 4W for have new and unknown quantities These number over 2,000. Upon litical manipulator. nominatod Joseph Mnlhattan d to have a complete poll of0ds. Advertising pays, not only 'T m not fme&kiufir fir noWcal an to AT., President, and Inlhattan accepts with which to d'eamhis year. The these slijvs is printed a request ad- - effect now," said CharuianJ&ar-nui- n voters in every precinct. While in tho matter of attracting eus-tho- y IIICSilAI.', tho send the names and pofetofftce the best of the tomers, which is tho legitimate Offers bis proffseional serTice9 to the seem to have Butlor element "probably in a stirring letter. this morning; uIm Imost troublcBoniojjn tho list, for drosses ot all American Republi- giving form to the sjirit QJ the noisy demonstration, the Demo-- 1 aim of all advertisements, but it citizens of llickmnn anil ticinity. Can Drevsry Report has it that lion. J. G no follow can tcllMut it is going cans who oppose Blaine, all who Hssnranccs we are coistantly ro-- crats are evidently holding their enables the reader to see who aro bo found at Fortune's Drug Store. are undeeided and all Irish Demoown, if not gaming ground, by a the really live and energetic men Dupoystcr, greenback candidate to bo in tho endliuid how many crats who are dissatisfied with rninir from Ohio. That ,QhlO nicsiTixo amd reawAfcctx) most vigorous and systematic still in any lino of business, and by O'DANIEL, II. D., for Congress in tliis District, has votes it may control or how it may Cleveland. have been would certainly go Democratic hunt. The Republicans have dis-- ! keeping them constantly in mind B. P. Adices would be a reckless rtatcmt to Conjnjission Hjercljaijls, withdravfrom tbo race. effect tho total IfUhc contompla-te- d received from abont 1,000 pro- make, but we have the bestTcaB-on- s co orcd the vigorous push of tho reader of the papers can avoid U13 PROFESSIONAL ducts. The returns are now cointheir onnonents in this direction the old fogy tradesman whose OFFERSto tho citizens of Hickman and fusion bet we,ou Butler and the ing in at tho rate of 50 to 100 a day. in tho world forbieving that Omo gave 31,000 Republican mcKHAXKy., denouncing it as a cor- greatest mistake in lifo has been Ttcinitj. tickots should take Those rocoived make a showing the days of Republican triumph and are OiEce Corner room in Laclede House. majority in 1880. Anything less other electoral rupt secret service. Tho Demo- in not getting buried twenty-fiv- e Keep a!wnj8 on hnnd, Fresh aro at an ond. Judc Tburnmu than that next Tuesday will bo place in certainfsiates it might that is at once surprising and believes that we wHl carry the crats have agents in each county, years ago. Dead men don't adLIME, CEMBKT, SALT. FLASTR Ex. very easilvthrovnthe election into gratifying to the Democratic manawho report to the State headquar- vertise A.. A.. discouraging to Blaine. 011ASS SEEDS, CLOVER, &c State by a majority of of gers. They show independent of the county the Ilbusc, and then there would 5 Republicans who au average to and I shall not bo at afi sur- ters major-it- v tVill anko liberal advances en Cotton are opposed to how things are PHYS1CAN A?1D SURUEON, in progre&a at Ohio gave a Republican bo for once in tlupght a certainty prised to see his judgmcnjrVindi-Mite- d committees, as if any, changes City Fair week. ExhibitionsUnion Cern, &.t for sale orebipmenu this bo going and what, 34,000 in 1SS0, and yet many as to tho result. Of courso the Blaine to tho voting precinct, while of melil at tho noils. It inaet KENTUCKY HICKMAN, the average of dissatisfied Irish is alao a comThere usual. niiin nnmnnmtB are hopeful of chances are anpurcntly against Democrats is only about one-ha- lf re membered that ordin VjCOiidi-QM- arc noted. one hundred in each to- - mittee of prevail in Ohio is alive with politicians of carrying that State next Tuesday. special duty it is to Services to event, but there is of that number. Scores of the tions do not this sort of an Gem jm vote countv. whose par OFFERS his Professional and vicinity. ana "We can't believe it ; but if they returns declare that there is no dav. Hitherto the of Hickman The present indica-- , high and low uogree, tiiAir all - get recruits. reuatmvn nmuiinil no accounting foBiuler. lnniiin'' janl-'8- 0 w disaffection in the localities from has been counted upon a S3 tnai me i... do, Cleveland will have a walk tions courso thefOlno and West which they come. Tho returns hl TtannhHc&n factor: l rmf me result confirm the oimuon be vy.bgd;whff8u!,fY0tt,fSnl Of will in the State over in November. frait it to Virginia fights are those now most so fur received give the names of Republicans themselves close, but that the Democrat; will 0. L. A N D L E. g EEPS all kinds of staple and fano; will is an unknown quantity, who themselves into t neibelief baveamaiorityof the CongressHouk, the "big Republican thought of. Swue pretty thor- about 5.000 Republicans not vote for Biainc. Should the hecuile boBs" of Tennessee, clainiB tnat ough and non partisan (if that be remaining precincts give tho same tliat the Germans are goin oko the concedet thai on the result large ATTORNEY AT LAW If- inveftifrations of the . noils with the same fldelit jfio the ly depends the result ol the Presi40,000 ma- nossiblo average total of 10,000 or 12,000 DAnnlitimnft. thov are li Hiv to Mr. T1Mu'k Reid will bo elected by and Conreclionerics. dential election three weeks later. Will bo pleased tfi Can it be possible that situation thoroilHd to the belief will be found in Illinois ontside of find thcmslves mistakea. I Carl jority. Collector, Real Estate Age n sec his old customers, and will both suit Ol-iwill beRepnblican and Chicago. Mr. Tilden never puts "Ids pen oxcelldK. op The Hon. James A. McKenzie: them in price and quality. - Call ond see Tennessee Democrats are so leth- that So close an estimate of the Irish Schurz has had an us. "Quick Sales and Small Profit is. Republicans West Virginia Democratic From jatolH to paper that he does not write who has jnet returned from Ohio, argic as to permit the IIICKMAN, KY. defection can not be giveu. Many nnrtnnitv for reachincr an wisely and well. Jfo statesman save: "Xne iemocnicy are gieas, Won't be undersold fjan4lf gathered of tho returns oorao from localities gent conclusion on tho spjeci, to carry tho old Volunteer Stato? tho best tlmffcan S5T Will attend promptly to all bus! me smce ine ueain m weneraun bj.iv encouraged aud feel sure of i ja it seems that ttie Republicans are where are very few Irishmen. It and his best judgment is tRl . . . embodies the ideal oJlA-fo-th-.. btate. 1 think so my-o- ncM cnirusieu yim in 5outhwslen IF the Republicans carry Ohio going to got aery considerable is believed, however, that the nnm-be- r German disaffection is I argo Republic, as it was conceived en. Kentuc-- and Northwestern Tennessee Tfcere Wfta 0 6illewait: overthrow th ft party by any ordinary majority next J.116U jnuuin; vutCiiin vjiiiu mat Specialatlcntiou to of dissatisfied Irishmen will ftuonch to been dominaa tiin the by its founders, and so thorough-- 1 thuHiagIll m Mm FOI2 SAIiB, Cincinnati (ion Land titles, giventho the investiira which has and purchase of 'Tuesday, democrats need not feel always heretofore wont with the not reach more than 6,000 or 7,000 Siatrt ftn Inric To sav t hit he is i) euMun in """- flemonstratiou. It lookeit more sale of Real Estate. ."i"." f jnnS XjLIvTIX discouraged. If, however, they Democrats, wllilb the Democrats in the State beyond the limits of ai fu.nU vhnn it in remembered thought of tho people in his pub- like a funeral procession." Cook County. Ihs terse ana lojfoo will lie utterances. will will carry West Virginia, they get a sufficient proportion of Another showing made by these that a almiiire of abou. letter, which appears toa single member of There Democrats de- the German vote of last year to returns is that the undecided Re- insure a Democratic majority, is timely not fail to impress the the Star is not gaugaiivo who is B1CKEIAN KARBLE WORKS. 1Q "j acres on Dyersbiirg road, 5 miles capture a State the Route from Hickman. Addrens to venture a certain statement up- day, can pend on carrying. balancoHheir losses by this defoc- - publicans are about equal "in num- on uncertain provocation I do country. It comes from a man Jl P. DUXAHOB, HICKMAN, KY. o They stole ber to those who oppose Blaine. not say care Sajil, C Davis Co , St. Lovis Mo we are awokitely who has no interest other titan- .TaiuRs G. lilaine. that Jo iWogyyirgniia, the These, fienres doTfot include the m osflntelllgcntrr trne patriot. Mr. Til- S4.0O0.Q00:Sl53,lUb was spent to '"IkfANT of-"tmu'o-t- o con- GerrtkKttff who lia.vi"-tblTe(-i win in Ohio ima pionin, that of a inaicatipiiaSTair,5ijW7j:t its TJlBltieri uiferBt)rtiCo"tncnir!No,oiivtIoIJar V?j 33.. 3SJs0BKa.so.? dearetjewe3tt i volntitiirf-ISol.- . correspondents tliink that BlainoTs tinuation in the pltlMn which it Is tme MS WTO TllTiGen. Leip, who baa special charge bnt itnever innerert4ttrt"3ffJw MicaKS no ttutjciuo in suuiUBs ;i rew i was Tecovereu. jui uuu iawv better ughtilig trim last, earnest words to his fellow-citizenpersonal canvass in Ohio and West has trodden for ife past eight of that work, declares that there were LOWER and LOWER. DEALER 13 thief was convicted. r of SepabH-ca- n Virginia, will injure the Republi- years. will be no less than 20,000 Repub- and that tho promiso They are worthy words. never anything disaster was From 700 to 1,000 colorod men Italian an'o American Marble as All kinds of Groccrica hams, side, &c lican Germans in Illinois who will can vote. Ho has received largo They are golden words. No one choat aa the cheopest. 1 will not bg as it is like so brilliant I.ooUifi to io Ktnto. vote for Cleveland. undersold. cau peruse them without a sense of Cincinnati will vote the DcmoJOHN WITTiNG. i crowds, but many have gone away Referring to thoproject of tho The Democratic managers take of their sincerity and truth. cratic ticket this fall. The hrbt MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Why ? displeased. Though not a lengthy letter, Mr. number of a weekly Democratic cattle men of KTcnfccky to raise a comfort from tho result of this Turn tho rascals out.. Why? Titdeu'B epistle covers every ma newspaper, oditod by a colored canvasB in more ways than one. STONES. 2Tot ono Democrat in every ten fund to pay Frislie & Lake, of They believe that if Ohio should Because they are responsible for teriul iroiut in the canvass and hits man, will inane its appearance iu . free trade, Cynthiana, for thar herd of Jer- happen to go Democratic they thousand is in favor of Star route frauds, tho nail on the head iu overv Ben- - a icw nays. A.VING received a fine lot of Amer 25cts Lower than the Lowest St. Domingo jobs. and yet the Republicans attempt to seys condemned ion account of will carry this State. The figures tence Chairman Banmm of the Na H" lean and Italian Marble, I am pre Carpet bag rascalities, look- are also taken as an indication that thiB tho issue of tho Presithen make I havo no clerk ezpnsss no store tional Democratic Committee, was pared to nil all orders. Call and examine Back pay salary grabs, rn Tho Cloven Fot IlneliKel dential campaign, to divert atten- ing to the Statelfor reimburse- Cleveland will not run far behind and pay ctioh for all ray in flhicaeo last week, ne said ur work Orders from the country promptly therefore can sell as cheapGroceries, and Credit Mobilier infamies, Harrison. What he loses among Blightost doubt as the cheap In Louisiana tho Republicans t hrr.. was not the tion from tho terrible record of ment when tho Legislature meets, tho Irish and German Republicans llailroad land grabbing, may titS ,. est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon !. T1nmnirffl nnrrirm aro moving with the same speed party and candidate. This a Morgan correspondent of the who vote for Harrison will be Indian Bureau swindles, their Star Flour, 26 cents cheaper than the low Kw York.i New Jersey, Connec- that characterized tho unsavory .. at- JOHN WITTING. cry will only catch soft heads. Black Friday rascalities, Covington Commonwealth saj-s- : made up among tho American In crew of 1876. They aro taking, ticut and Indiana years sicco a gentleman dependents who will not vote ror Bobeson navy swindles, "A few SGDROBDEB, steps under the registry law that Tho "Wickliffe Journal throws living near Millersburg had a lot Harrison. Sanborn contract frands, Tho two sources of Tho Domocrats and Republicans means mischief. We do'hope that big demonstrations iu out the following straw to Du- of 85 hogs. Ho was offered $30 a gains and losses are expootcd Pension bureau swindles. both the people of the Gulf States will ToledohadMonday night. Eight Belknap post trador steals, FASSII3TAI2FE to Imhince eaoh oth poystcr: head. While tho Trade was pendact with more than ordinary spirit thousand Democrats shouted for a" Freed man bank swindles, UL. Lum Smith's political euchre ing the cholera made its appearand caution in the present strug- Clevelaud as they passed the ho-tSmrII. TheOlde Slitjorlty 1 & Sales of speakers' rulings, ib easily beaten hero in the First ance in the drove,and all save four Colambm rpecial to Ft. Ioh Globe DenoeraL gle. We do hopo tliat not one KENTUCKY STREET, ring frauds, was on tho bal- B0OsUND FUM Boss Shepherd' where Blaino District. Wo have font knaves of them died. Wha better grounds The fight will bo cIobc. Neithsingle illegal or improper act will cony. constantly on hand for bli have Frisbio & L?ie to expect tho er side expects a majority of 10,000. Harrington safe burglaries, and a draw, Turner and Stone, be committed by our friends. Tho SHOP. orth West comer of Moscow KEEPS sale .Electoral commission frauds, State to pay for tffeir condemned An election held gave 31,000 Republican and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., clean Ohio Houston and Thoruily, and we Democracy must stand with HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. would give Laudaulet Williams scandals, cattle than had jhe Slillersburg may draw the d 1." Haying purchased tho stable, horses hands and demand tho inaugura majority in tho last Presidential ffjjSTSaiisfaction guaranteed. to the Bopublicans by Babeoek-Gran- t whisky frauds, and ontiro outfit of W. B. Plumrae r man who lost hif hogs ? Mr. J. the State majority. olection, and tho Republicans are April. A conser--vativ- o Little Rock and Fort Smith job tion of Cleveland in 1S85. e propose" to continue the business, and H. Boulden owned a number of about 5,000 The Republican State Comminow making a death strugglo to estimate on the polls made bery. solicit patronage mules which contracted tho farcy being earned by Demprevent its ttee has decided that Hon. Henry DemeerHitc Gr.lr.M In Counecttcu. does not place it over this, and 51 and St? 1", Houston is the regular Republi- to had to bo shot. Boulden had under the Democratic gerrymanThe Klnlne Ticket Sinking. Oct. 7. Re- ocrats. Habtfosd, Conn., ri stand the loss. '.', good many of the .Federal Sj town elections show February it is altogeth- Xw Turk Time 1 can nominee for Cougress in this of last A turns from the p.i.'cs2BS bn-l- y Upon tho sarno principle, tho derprobable that the Democrats s havo already begun The news from all qsartors is large Democratic gains. The er District, and that James Happy is farmers BOOTS AND SHOES. of Fulton and other conn-tie- will got eleven and tho Republi- disheartening for the Blaine manaRepublican gains aro in New to hedge. Five Republican postthe chairman. Houston was nomiH. G. Our correspondent at London and Windsor. These aro masters in Pennsylvania have gers. who have lost hogs by cholo-ra- , cans ton Congressmen. nated by Waller's convention, and organ- Washington notes tho evil titling attributed to locally unpopular como out for Cloveland and HenTho State is completely cau demand of tho next Legis(DAVIS OLD STAND.) Happy withdrew from same. Wo ized. It was lnjver worked up o which reach tho supportors of the candidates. Should full returns dricks. lature to pay for their losses. Koeps In stook the very Best Material, as it is now. "Whatever tho ticket there from various States. maintain the present indications, snpposo this will slaughter, Thorni- Senator Kernan is actively Ill kinds of and keeps only the best workmen. Yfort result may bo tho defeated party Tho same tone prevades the most the Legislature will be Democrat- stumping Now York for Cleveland. VAIITY ZXAUpXAXCT. ly, the colored candidate. AND FANCY GRPCERiES guaranteed. Repairing solicited. trustworthy He says that Cleveland's chances STAPLE Politics must be very high in In- will bavo done its best. It will be tho mails and information towhich ic. bring wiros this The Republican National Commit diana, wh&n the Indianopolis a thorough test of physical and looks better now than Tildon's did usually kopt in a s house, atbot political strength, together with citv. Wo aro informed also that The Chattanooga Democrat says at tho same timo in 1S7G. tee has established a branch headtorn prices. Journal, a Republican paper would a measure of every available re- tho success of tho Ohio canvass in reply to an assertion that Ben. THE BARTER GR0CERY- quarters at Nashville, supplied TEAS, Ono who looked over tho whoio FAXCr CAXD1E3, dare under any circumstances to sources. The Democrats have has been disappointing to its mana- Butler would no oicuicu u uu-i-j with abundant munitions of war, make MIKCE-JIEAAPICKLES perhaps an advantage in their se- gers. It is ovident to any ono man who prefers him to Blaino or field in Ohio says that Ohio is a J. 3L MONTGOMERY, to carry Tenneese for Elaino and terrificseriously, the following most cret 8er'ico, which is said to bo who has eyes to seo and cars to Cleveland will vote for him : Pre- doubtful State to the Republi- CRA.XBERTLIES, UOHINY, GRITS MR. to his friends and the public that (jcharges against Mr. he has opened a new and fresh supply of supported by the national commit- hear that tho Blaino ticket is sink- fer Butler! There's not a demon cans, and that it is equally as Bead. If the old domocracy of all kinds of Family Groceries, whteh ho in the luxury doubtful as to tho Democrats. They ing. tee with unlimited means. who rolls and revels toe "Stato of Obion" conld get-t- o WT C 3HS. t&o will sell as low as the lowest. He is rta-d- y rQovrilen are doing, more by agejit&hanjjy of infinito malevolcnco that the Tho Domocracy of tho Union, at all times to exchange Groceries at nderst&nd this effort of the Re- Tho "Democratic" tnnsa mcotinp mTfficari people would not pro-fo- r Ohandler'with mismanage meetings and circulars or docucash prices -New York World, may Sngnr, Coffees, Soups, 3fcc. any kind of for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or publicans to buy a majority in the ment oi navyfunrts, tue Times at Columbus, Ohio, wasja lingo afmarketing that the farmimg ments. to Butler, no has sounded says tho New York's 30 doctoral friends may bring in. The highest mar S3 oWl Volunteer State, tho Demofair. The railroads carried in that about twenty three years all tho depths and shoals of wick-edno- count on SSfWill not be undersold. honrao Cleveland Iiollnr Fnutf. votes for tho cause of clean, ket price always paid. the cityjaud coun; an incarnato fiend, ho disWill pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o cratic majority in that county ago Mr. nesdricks shook hands From th Kew York Herald. J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO- ty turned out 30,000, making 101,-00- graces tho respectability of vil- est government. wmi a man who had beon a Conwomld astonish tho natiyes. By all odds tho largest mass lainy and tho brotherhood of devfederate soldier. Tho Democratic Stato CommiAnd it adds The success with which tho with a signiicanco that only om- Cloveland dollar subscription fund meoting over held in O&io. ttee of Kew Jersey expresses the ils. anew THE BOOKS. M.." official opinion that the Stato can inous italics,, can express Mr. is meeting is a sufficiently favora0X0 Bon. Butler sometimes says a Last Saturday a hi? demonstra- be dopended on as sure for Cleve on tho judgment The bulk and body of Republi- Hendricks tci ifcr.y this. Then ble commentary iniating it. not of There good thing as witnossjho follow- tion was given in honor Wheel- land and Hendricks. can voters in tho "United States the Times gfe its affidavits ready of the Horald in tfos. Hendricks at numvery largo are probably just as lionest as are to publish tliMn in r,aso Mr. Hen are, wo suppose, who are glad to ing from his recent snecoh at Lynn, ing, West Virginia. The city was Tho Now York Times says that oxo- bers of pooplo The beat mako of th celebrate Hheir Democratic brothers; but dricks should feel inclined to dc- - give aid to tho canvass for tho 3Iass.: completely and beautifully decora-to- d tho campaign news iB disheartenKeepa and thousands of pooplo lusti- ing for Blaine, no matter from and cool, the very best mnkea of Beer, fresh Columbus would say frankly that thero "lie the Republican leaders have had How oloction of an able, and honest and polite and attentive clerks to serve customers. eoatrol of tho Government finan- servivo caH0ndricks possibly man to tho Presidency, and havo were more bad men in.tho Repub- ly cheered Mr. Hendricks and what quarter it comes. tho passed thcuargo of actually lieen only deterred from doing so lican than in tho Democratic par- partyas they night a through light Even Gath gives it up. Ho ces and books for 24 years, and torch At Bhaking haas with a confederate on account of want of knowlodgo ty. The Republican party was the streets. says tho oloction in Ohio belongs daring that timo many corrupt as to the best way of applying grand old party when it started. procession occurred. to anybody, and a few thousands Kent for sale, at a bargain, at the Livery en have crept into office andhad soldierlB for their commendable desire. This He know something about it,was Tho Associated Press tolls the will cover the majority. and Sale Stable of M. L. MOEER, Courier-Journa- l to do with their books. This all The RlaUtj organs would like eleotion makes a just demand ho helpod to make it. It that betting is FATUS & PARKEBa Gould and Yanderbilt aro open-l- y very muckte pitch into tho Dem- upon every patriot to do some- formed to free 4,000,000 slaves. very lively in the East, and that fair minded Republicans know. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) out for Blaine. Thoy know ocrats hT'Micbigan and other thing toward forwarding tho suc- It came into power, and after all offers aro readily taken. Tho .Ehe Democrats who represent States for fusing "with the Green-backor- cess of integrity over corruption, awhilo railroad men began to turn truth is that there aro thousands whom they can best trust. " one-hal- f the people and over into it until it became a par- of dollars waiting to bo covered For tlio second timo Biainc has But they can not do it, of truth over falsehood, of love of want to examine these Dooks. for tho Dosiocrats in those States ono's country over greedy person- ty of monopolists, and bo ho left in the hands of tho Xow York been invited to Louisville. Ho it and went over tothe,DoinocratB. Democrats, and there aro no tak- won't come. AND ,, Bepmblican leaders will not expose are only following tho example set al ambition. DEALBB IN They hnd not had a President for ers. West VirbythoRoiluiicaus of Kepablican rascalities. McDonald says Inre- twenty years and had dono nothGov. Cleveland had a grand ginia, who ado tho samo sort of Tho 81,000,000 Ohio fund comes diana will give Cleveland 20,000 fusion six weeks ago, under the ception at Uuffalo Thursday night. ing. They had had no opportuniGroceries The Greenbackers of Pennsyl special to do anything, and nothing from Jay Gould, Cyrus W. Field, majority. ovwgiVht of Blaine's next Tho various organizations, about ty vania nave ueciueu to fuse with friend could bo said against men who C. P. Huntington and Russell Sage; ASD ALSO, Wall streot, Now York, seems "Steve" Elkins. Brook- fifty in number, footed up 27,000 had dono nothing. that DfiTnorraf r nwtviflml mu Lovi P. Morton, Carpenters Wauted. " r - ..vv.x ! ciui- - lyn (Rep.Dion. Tho Demo- from Bankers like& in uniforms and in the lino of ti ora are about to fail in business for want Co., and tho io oe equally divided, 2set3, Seines, LinesrHooks, and allkinds T good Carpenters can get employment at march. Gun squads, stationed at crats had elected but ono Presi- Drexel, Morgan, , ; 'A Tackle and Supplies, at a barSack a fusion maynossiblv fr0t Tuo. Independent colored vot- different parts' of the city, fired dent in twenty years and ho did wealthy Scligmans; from Yander-bil- t of victims. jmj S2 a day and board for two months. of lushing gain. Groceries and Family Supplies ge Democratic prospects are FJj Apply to Campbell & "Wall, Cayce. Ky. s.the State of Pennsylvania out of ers of OWo and other great railroad mohis not have pluck enough to'tako as tho erally- havo opened State salutes along. grand procession scat." T. J. 1IAYNES. ; bright and brightening. tae aanus or tno Republicans. nopolists. moved ueauquartsrs at Columtnis Tbo truth is, ana . . ;tiight as . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Don't AilvortlHC. can bo safely laid down as a The State is, in fact, now a rule that in these days of univerround from ono end to the sal advertising tho mail who don't other. The National committees advortiso cither has nothing for arc concentrating their forces on sale which will beartalkingabout, it and creating so much stir rb to or he is 60 old fogyishin his meth affeut business circles and affairs ods of business that he has got so in general, similar to the demorali- - jfar behind that he will never catch zation of war or great crisis. The,np. There is no surer evidonco :.. i n u..:.w.rr. i ...iv.:.,i. i IeoPta gejqrMix JWion mwi w- - oi anapHim aiiergy m u uunhwoHBpiU5reHnwijjimn-prnijFTro xo BOC 'll,e man uuui.u uuuiwoThe laorn1 Olii Otttlook. IHsfmtth to Chlc-j 2iead Wen o Tiam. tovcUnd 1 battle-g- It Professional Cases t BJA. & R. T. Tyler, ow iiost, How ItcHtorcd. putiluhfd, a new oOltlon of Dr.TCulTerwtU Attorneys at Zaw, n ,. zf 1 m . V h 78 -- bull-do.du- g w. e. morris, ad-d- ri, "' Bonihirant i abt DR. FjRIS. BOP-PLIE- S, bot-ter'th- an o - ; ! it-tlor- ZTTi R J. W. ROGEBS, GEQCEHIES, . Cm-r-Jra- l.l o p ly , i J. e ur J - TIMBER II -- l! iU4 t . s. to-iay- ." ; plouro-pnenmoniafan- d 1ITZ -- ol HIE, sale andlwery stable Eauis Parker, to-da- y Iamily -- -i offico-holder- s, JUBGS. -- E. GLAZIEE. bo-for- first-clas- T, Hen-driek- s: (IrfclCB-cnarg- es -- Secretary JaJC re-tort- B CE9 ss 0. TITOLI HALL. SQBM, Prop'r. Tiff Ex-Govern- or FOR SALE. mi f i mis. s. tax-paye- rs GROCERIES F. E. CASE, Ex-Senat- LIQUORS. Family -- ii . 9" L Z 'J V m "V F i'3 A" i! " fc "V S .2 T KIH