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BITVELOPBa, LETTER-HEABZIir-SEAXlS. D; Tlie Oldest JVoVMiupoxii,tux-- Kentucky FRIDAY. JULY Tobacco Market. Ken-tU(7jS- J?r INVITATIONS, ETC., 10. 1S85. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, NATURAL GAS. KENkY, SSEsT" VOL. at Blaine' XX.--NJST4- 0. ETa O.AXXf JkOVJO uKRULY ITiAMES. Ten Largro Tobacco "Warehouses Destroyed. jJ Oae-Thl- I'rora the Ilolls, Strikers Forcing "V '.'.tw '" r. t P CLEVELAND, O., July 2. Tho strike the Cleveland Rolling-mi- ll Is assuming alarming proportions, and serious rioting v JLadiso.v, Wis., July 5. One of the most is feared. During the day between two xHsastrou,' fires 'that ever i occurred in this " Pperiy, eectionof tho Statotook r,l f. Rtn,.hf .."" """""" to keep back tho ay ttt treats tried fF :" - uia uiui MIUK UU1 U1UH M71 men wno were anxious to work. At n t early hour the wire-mihands went ost, St. Paul Depot and about 'twenty-eigh- t freight cars loaded with wheat and other and when this became known a great shoat merchandise The loss is estimated all the went up. About eight o'clock a teams?1 ayfrom 5500,000 to $1,000,000. The fire undertook to carry some iron from tie mill, but he was met with a shower I origiaated In an old noiv used stones and a box factory. The tobacco warehouses was severely clubs and driven back. He injured by being struck on rere all owned by New York and Phila- the head with stone. At Jo. delphia tobacco houses; Oppenheimer & 1 cate was tornadown and a ten o'clockstrik thousand Co., Hosenwald & Co., Cohn & Co. and ers, headed by a big Bohemian; made a Mark, of Chicago, beinir amone the uusu as ine men empioyea at th i ..I ujiuingnui j g flTlf! MTl"V' UtaMlH-- JkJ Public Debt Statement. 3nar.cn hn wont, workm Washington. D. ever occurred in the United Statesthat one Howells was badlv hurt .lulvl. Tim follow. vSSWTX: at time from that cauge. It is estimated that struck on the side with a JuuT In ing is the recapitulation of the debt stated fully (new form): 6 the entire "Wisconsin tho afternoon a nieet'nir of the strikers ment issued Interest-bearintobacco crop of last year was consumed. was held and speeches bitterly desouneing debt $ 2.10.000,000 00 were, about 0,000 cases In the ware- the mill owners and bosses were made. Bonds at JS per cent There , 'Trr.TlP.KiO 00 i per houses ready for shipment- - These Stephen Harrington, who annouoced his Honds at 3 per cent. Honds at cent- IW.IPOwOO 00 'WT? "Torth about 5s0 a P'ece. intention of going to work, was thrown Kcruulngr certificates at 4 pcrct JM0,G0O 00 14,000,000 Hi 5? ? aking the loss on tobacco about from the trestle of the ConnottoafValley Navy I'cnMon Fund at3 pcrct-- . susM),000. Pacific It. It. bonds at 6 per ct.. The warehouses were worth Railroad and had a leg broken and W,fi2I,5ia 00 about 2j500 each, making an additional tained other serious injuries. A Ixxly of Principal $U'V"7M(e 00 Interest Joss of $25,000. The depot was a largo police are patrolinir the streets ia the vi 12,tt5,G W Iramo structure which had recently been cinity of the mills, and at presentfevery- Total 13,700,091 03 f repaired so that it was almost entirely luiug is quiet Debt on which interest has new. There was a largo amount of freight ceased Mnce maturity-Princi- pal stored in the depot hear by, and all of it 54,100,K 35 AN INSANE ASYLUM ras saved. The freight cars which were Interest 2S7.1W KJ burned were standing on the side track, 7,SS,im 78 Total... $ and In the excitement of the fire it was The Future J Ionic ofthe Celebrated Yseult Debt bearing- no Interest-O- ld imDOSSihje tft IVtnnrA fr f .JMAV 1nn.nn - . . ' .fo 4.l.Ull. r dem'd & Dudley. notes 346,73S.5W 00 .coining can be learned "of tho oriein Certificates of deposit aS5,000 00 5? t Vie lire. The general oninion. however. Gold certificates irai,rjy,r. 00 , Silver certificates that it was started by some Fourth of iS New York-- July 2. The case ,jf Mrs. Irac'al currency, less 8,3T5,'.Gt 01,530,mG 00 my patriot wno was careless in using or estimated lost or destroyed. 0,004,175 8S This is the second disastrous Lucelle Yseult Dudley, who was acquitted conflagration which has visited Stoughton on the ground of insanity, of felonious as- Principal .. .. $ fill.54S.M7 ss within a year or two past. Not long ago sault in shooting O'Donovan Rossa,wnsup Total debt, principal - l,S70,4'.'47r. 14 T. F. Mandt's carriage works, one of in court again Interest.. Before the proceedM.lRi.KS' the largest institutions of tho kind in laboring the btate, were totally consumed, with a ings began a woman the door of under exTotal.items 51,J,577.103 75 courtcitement appeared at Less cash large loss- - The loss from available for fire room. She was prevented from the entering, reduction of tho debt . 33,006,021 42 Is partially insured, though the exact reserve amount could not be learned. The loss of when she announced herself as adynamiter. Less of Unitedhold for redemp- 100,000,000 tion States notes 00 seven companies represented by A. H. She said that Mrs. Dudley was no more insane than she (the speaker) was, and IMain, of this city, is $58,500. The individTotal . .$ 3H,0tV!,023 not sent to asked ual losses fall mostlv on Eastern buyers, jail m hy Mrs. Dudlev was told to.Ieave Total dobt lss available cah like other people. "When though sqme of the Stoughton buyers lost Items lii,H.0M) S5 .. 40,C76,'.0 ( from $25,000 to $,000, and will be ruined the building, she refused, and was arrested Jet cnshinTrensurj-- . Dudley and by it The disaster-wil- l throw about five was taken to a Police Court. Mrs. 4ia the "I'm less casnin ireasiirjJuly.1,4.S5;SM.149 i 1. 1SS.V. in court, but was confined hundred people out of employment. cash in Treasury prison pen. The Court denied a motion to Debt less lN-Juno 1, transfer Mrs. Dudlev to an English" asy- Decrease of debt during tho. 1,494,391,011 23 I Romantic Career of a Brave Rover. lum. After consultation it was decided to month as shown by this 1 Philadelphia, July 5. A letter was re- send her to the Muldletown Asylu:n;JWhen stutement.. . 9,156,Sfll 03 notified the y ceived by Mayor Smith Cash in Treasury mailable from the prisoner of the disposition of her case, she for reduction of the debt-G- old American Minister at Paris, in which he needed said she was satisfied, that to held for jrold certificates rest vas informed that the Mayor of the Ninth be benefited and seclusion, and expected actunlly outstanding.. Middle-towIil5.729.7o0 00 by the treatment in Silver held for silver certifiArrondissement of Paris had requested tho She will -probably be taken to her cates actunlly outstanding.. 101,530,940 00 Minister to writo to the oroper authorities new quarters United States notes held for in this city that a decree of divorce had certlflcHtes of deposit actually outstanding 29,SS5,O0O 00 been granted on January 12, 1SS5, to Cbas. HAPP2" MORMONS. Cash held for matured debt Carroll Tevis in his suit against his wife, and Interest unpaid 5,817.11 51 whom ho married in Philadelphia about Thry Krjolro at the Komoviil of as Old Fractional currency Kncmy. twenty years ago. This announcement Total available for rcluc- will create a great deal of interest in this -- ..$ 2G3.GGfl.Ct3 42 tlonof the debt.... city, whero tho parties are lioth 2. The onlj arIleerve fund Salt Lake, Utah, July ell known. Colonel Tevis, who is about rest on the charge of polygamy Held for redemption of United as sixty years of age, is a member of one of Apostle John Henry Smith, cousin of the States notes act of July ii. 100.000,000 CO the oldest and most aristocratic families of Mormon Unavailable for reduction of prophet, Joseph Smith. He has Philadelphia, and in early life was a poputhe debt: lar leader of the younger circles of societv. been in Europe two or three years Fractional silver coin 31,28fi.9 49 He was Bent to West Point, where lin as President of a mission there, Minorcoiu Ni405 04 uatod, and married shortly afterward, but but returned recently, since which rtim Total his wife died within a short time of the his polygamous wife has leen eluling 32.10.Vi65 13 held as cash is- wedding festivities. "When the rebellion Marshals with subpoenas. Her brothers Certificate used but 52.3fi4.110 00 occurred he went to the front with a testified that they knw nothing cf the Net cash not outstanding 40,07e,soo es balance on bnud.... Pennsylvania regiment, and at marriage, nor that Smith lived withthelr. be close of the war he had won sUter, although shr had- - tbreechHdrenif a Colonel's commission. It was at this wamoi testimony, tne fjommissioners "Tt, ehoivnbyTrcnsTirer'SBeri' time he met Blanche Florence, one of the discharged Smith, but subpoenas are out if 48,612,429 23 erai account... daughters of a very rich Jewish gentleman, for witnesses in the case to go before the Tvho had just settled in Philadelphia, after grand jury. The Mormons aro deTHE CHOLERA. amassing great wealth in New Orleans. lighted with the removal of Morgan, Blanche was a highly cultivated and leau-- t Chief Justice of Idaho. There are Over w Cancf, anil Twclr Ilundri iful woman of about twenty-thre- e or many "saints" in the southern part of that blx lluudreil I)ruthi, twenty-fou- r years of age. The pair fell Territory, and Morgan has been active in violently in lovo with each other, but the waging warfare against them for months JIadrid, July 1. The total number of elder Florence refused to listen to his C.tst. Tho Mormons have been working daughter's marriage with a Christian, and for his removal, and, haviug suc- new cases of cholera reported yesterday n runaway match ensued, which ceeded, are rejoicing almost as much as from the infected districts is 1,210, and the made a great stir at the time. The they would if Chief Justice Zane, of this total number of deaths t15. The returns bride's parents never forgave her and Territory, were retired. for Tuesday from the cholera districts of never saw her again, although her father Spain are as follows: Madrid (city), new gaveherannllownnce, and at his death it Socialist Platform. was found that he had left her the same Paris, July 2. The French Socialists cases 2, deaths 3; Valencia (city), new share of his estate as had been bequeathed cases 124, 44; have issued their plntform of principles new casesdeathsdeathsValencia (province), to liis other children. Up to that time Mr. 101 ; Alicante (prov440, and Mrs. Tevis had lived happily together for the coming electoral campaign. It de- ince), new cases .V). denths 27: Castel-lo- n on his very small income, but when she inde la Plaua (city), new cases mands, first, the abolition of the Presidenherited her fortune it seemed to effect her cy; second, the abolition of the Senate; 7, deaths T; Castellon do la Pinna strangely, anil she became almost miserly. (province), new cases W, deaths (11; a They lived abroad part of the time, and at third, bestowal upon the Assembly of the (province), new cases SO, deaths, .'21; power to dismiss Ministers of State; Murcia (city), new cases 10, deaths 15; n tho outbreak of tho war, Tevis, ho was in Paris, offered his services fourth, the settlement of all questions of Murcia (province), new cases 100, deaths revision 35: Cuenca, new cases (, deaths none; to the French Emperor. They were ac- war and of constitutional cepted, and he fought on a cozen of the by popular vote; fifth, n reduction Aranjuez, new cases 200, denths 70; battle fields of that terrible new cases 0, deaths 5. Two new and of the number cln-tc- of public officers, . nfflnlnl tho cases of cholera and one death were rewas given the ribbon of the Legion of Hon- nnrl or by the first President of the new Kepub-li- c f confiscation of church property; seventh, ported in this city. Alarming From France he went to Italy, where have been received of increase of lebe was wade a Chamberlain to Pope Pius the legal equality of illegitimate andabo- the disease at Aranjuez. Inhabitants are seeking safety in flight. 3X., and served In that capacity almost a gitimate children; ninth, tho gradual the free year, when his disposition to rove overcame lition of standine armies: tenth, expense. him and he visited Egvpt and Monaco, education of children at tne public The Woman. and the free feeding of children at the pub meeting with several esnarrow Albany, N. Y., July 1. Lottie Watson, capes in hunting and fights with lic expense in all cases where they are not provided properly for; the woman with the iron jaw with Van the wild tribes of the deserts. At the first otherwise symptoms of the coming strutrgle between eleventh, political amnestv; twelfth, .Atnbnrgh's circus, met with an accident Russia and Turkey Colonel Tevis hurried the abolition of the octroi duties; to Constantinople, and the Sultan gave him thirteenth, the establishment of afprozres-siv- e yesterday afternoon that will cause her command of a regiment of veteran troops, df income tax; fourteenth, the abolition retirement from the ring. To exhibit her collateral inheiitnnce; fifteenth, the great strength of jaw, she has been in the which he led In the terrible fighting around Plpvna, .and for which he has received gradual abolition of the public debt: six- babit of holding suspended from her mouth labor; three Turkish decorations. Since that teenth, reduction in the hours ofemploy- a cannon which is discharged uhile in time Colonel Tevis has lived In Paris. Mrs. seventeenth, prohibition of the daring of the performance is Tevis has one sister living in this city and ment of children under fourteen years of midair. The the age; eighteenth, a reorganization of the increased by fact that the woman is another in Baltimore. hoisted from the ground and bangs head Bankof France; nineteenth, prison reform: downward during the feat. Yesterday aftwentieth, the maintainance of disabled ternoon she was assisted by the Freeman i Remarkable Result of Measles. workmen at tho public expense. and Rice Brothers, nthletes, who superinT Washixgtos, Ga., July 5. A singular tended the apparatus, and had raised her Incident, which attracts the attention ol B g Bear Captured. to the proper height for firing the caunon, the medical fraternity, is connected with Wixnepeg, Maxitoha, July 5. Big Bear when one of the puliey-rope- s suddenly tho death of Mrs. Carey, a widow sixty was captured Friday morning near Carlton broke. The heavy piece 'of ordnance and Mile. Watson were precipitated to the years of age. She contracted measles, the by Sergeant Smart, of the mounted police. ground, a disease leaving as a result an aneurism of His son and one of his counsellors' were struck the distance of about six feet. She cannon, head tho left femoral artery. From a clot of taken at the same time. Big Bear said his force, and was picked up first, with terrific unconscious. For blood in the main artery of the band were on tieir way to Carlton a time the wildest excitement preleft leg mortification set in and to surrender. They had been soma vailed in the audience, but it quickly subMrs. Hendricks, days caused her death. without provisions, and had sided as tho injured woman was removed, tho twin sister of Mrs. Carey, then passed Ollei's and Irvine's forces on the and the show went on according to procontracted measles, which had run an iden- way. Seven more of Big Bear's band were gramme. When taken to the hospital she tical course with the former case, with captured by Dennis' surveyor scon4?, and was found to bo seriously injured. Her Ttv,ta lint tol'i.n envnntun.. similar result. In order to prevent, it jr forehead was crushed in. the wound aw u..9 ..v.. JJ uVTVJl. TLa 1 XUO a f a.tl terminatioa-l- n thim case, Dr. uer are surrendering to the tho form of a tar, her mouth was cut .Andrews and Dr. Hill amputated the disand giving up their guns. One ot t and two teeth knocked out, the right hand eased leg, and are now awaiting tho result. xaiko iuuiuhcio mis uiuuug iuo.se tX7j&iV was badly bruised, and some internal inThat the twin sisters should he affected so oy tne scouts. juries were received about the stomach. iBnnsnally, the two cases being as one in She will probably be confined to the hos development and treatment, is considered pital for some time. A Boy's Generous b it Fatal Bravery. "quite remarkable. Boston, July 5. While Henry Csoney, Horrible Crime cf a Father. aged sixteen, and William Conneltf aged Three Trainmen Killed by a Collision. Utjca, N. Y., July 2. This evening, at ' East Springfield. Pa., July 5. Two fourteen, were bathing in a stream k the Morris, N. Y., John A. Schuyler went to Back Bay Park Connell was seized heavily-loade- d freight trains, one running with cramps and called Cooney to help his dinner late, and was reproeched by his him east and the other west, met on the high The latter cried, "Climb on mv bact Wil- wife, when In his anger he caught his lie, and I will take you out all right.", Conchild from its chair and dashed its trestle bridge oa the Nickle-plat- e RailHo gave road yesterday, and were thrown to the nell did so. The brave boy Btruggledman-full- y brains out on n chopping-blocwith his weight, now sinking," n0w himself up and was taken to jail. abyss one hundred and fifty feet below, rising. When a dozen feet from th bank both trains being ttrribly smashed. Three trainmen. James Peters, Thomas Long and both went down, and were brought udead Fatal Operation. by a Raymond Knox, were killed. The prope--t- y .arge diver. The affair was witnessed bv a crowd, who were paralyze!, asigual. Boston, July 2. Yesterday afternoon destroyed is valued at many thousands Xj. J. Orcutta, of the Legislaof dollars. The engineers and conductors fetve disappeared. It is not known whether Yellow Fever at New Orleans ture, and a. well known business man, had they have been killed or ran away, fearing New Orleans, July 5. State Board an eye removed, cocoaine being admisis-terebe held ? might appears responsible for the dis- of Health discovered y The case ot.yel-loSeveral hours later he died almost a aster, to have been caused by it fever at No. 309 Dumaine street,!, the instantly of paralysis of the heart, ese oae's neglect. lower portion of the city. The patieij bj a A Congressman Dies of Cancer. FHfM T a Carrier Plgeen. native of New Orleans, and no conn&tion can be traced between it and'the shisiin? Chicago, July 2. The Hon.- - Reuben Baltimore. Jnly 5. A carrier pigeon The patient is convalescent, but therX no Ellwood, member of Congress from the nade the flight from Atlanta, Ga., to this Illinois District, died of cancer yesuuul,"v'i " "" i enow lever, ine laard gwy aBce or oss miles, in thirty-fiv- e regard it as a spasmodic case, suit. M Fifth at his residence, in Seymour, Illiterday van mvvva minutes. nois. . mm A Chi W's Neck ErekeR. Malcsin Hay Reslns. Exports of Minerals and Oils. TVASHISGTOX, Jnlv 2. JUcbtkw, III., July 5. A As! Washington, July 2. The Chief of the .roaunaster . dwghtor of Csas. Uphoff waa Bicned. and irenerai Malcolm !,Hay ha Bureau of Statistics reports that the total the nnsittnn y Utmg the lead horse while her bv A. E. Stevenson nt fflnnn,!. value of exports of mineral oils for May, n Mtxr wm$ ettttlag-graiwith a reaper, He is a graduate ct Center College. oM 1S85, and the eleven months ended the wham the teua took fright and ran away, villa W lis. P same date, as compared with similar excongress, ol',cu l " r . j1 . ' tiwewiag the child off and breaking her ports during the corresponding periods oi announcement of his appointment the preceding vear. were as follows: May, 4.072,761; eleven 1PS4. 1885, 54,504,002; jro.cu mis niternoon or months ended May 31, 38S5, 4583,001; rVWMiare Weefcarge f a Cannes. 1SS4, $42,345,003. The ClNtera in Spain. nAflkffc K. Y., Jly5. While a number . MADKin. nir ' Thn Female Health Insp ctor. imb were tiring; a brass cannon sew casesof cholera reported in thetel s New York, July 3. Dr. Marah 8. . Hm -- 1 Willi Vff'Jft ram irHimm frJil has been appointed by the Board oi WM.llM (tMtaaUy d Cku-fmM MBA kftLy -' J rfUd HU SsSii. "imv25rtl Helth one of the only corp? pbyl Jt.1 sidasi. asSk wbitho ummrrworaauof phy ( ti iHirfHti C4l SiMt ft Hit WW i twiKUrxi ofthe Tobacco Crop or Wisconsin Ilurncd Loss Near 81,000,000. rd aboJktwonViVf,;. vo.-:- lllf'3 ll une-ottu- hay-pres- s, The Standard OH Company Secures Control or tho Supply in the OH Oil Crrv, pA., July J. Louis Russell, of Reno, died last evening from the etrect of burns received the previous day. Ho and his brother bad been out burning potato-bug- s from vines, when by somo means the n was upset and took fire. The flames communicated to his clothing, with the result above stated. By its purchase, which has just been consummated, of a controliug Interest in the Fuel Supply Company or this city, tho Standard Oil Company has obtained control of the fuel gas business of this section. The Blizzartl states it has been informed on good authority that the capital stock of the company was placed at $1,000,000, and the Standard purchased a controlling interest at par. The cost of the plant is said to have been in the neighborhood of 335,000. Tho Standard people will supply Franklin, Meadvdle and Titusville witt fuel gas m addition to this city. oil-ca- KEY0LT IN ANAM. Considerable French Lobs And tho Robels Slaughtered. Q&. COMMONWEALTH. VIHe 35yng pleted Af?r Further Attack Expected, IJut the French MasotSeaatycent-o- f that of laat yean In the acreage IS estimated not Confident of Success. In tho Bluegrass and Burley districts has been comthe area is reliably estimated at lr THE PK0HJBITI0NISTS Asambled in State Convention Springfield, O. PUBLIC REGARD . . .1. .i.n Hi. m C one-thir- to-da- y g Tl3 - -- leiral-tend- -- fire-work- s. to-da- y. ....... 111 to-da- 4- , Paris, July a In tho Chamber of Deputies M. de Freycinet read tho follow ing dispatches from General Courcy: "Hue, July 5.- -3 a. m. Tho French Legation and Hongon were suddenly attacked, at 1 o'clock this morning, v the whole Annmlto garrison of the citadel. The entire quarters of tho marines and infantry, consisting of straw huts posted around the Location, wero set on lire, somo bv incendiary missiles and others by land, but the embassy itself was untouched. No serious losses occurred. It is impossible to know what happened at Hongoa, where the Third Zouaves are qunrterod. The citndel is on fire at several points. A hot artiuerj" and inmntry lire is being kept up. I am certain from tho direction of the firing that the enemy has been repulsed. I have been able to save the telegraph hut, and have sent orders to Haiphong to have the troops encamped there sent here. I feel no uneasiness." "Hub, July 5. 11 a. m. Tho citadel is in our possession, with one thousand cannon. The troops behaved splendidly, and I have full confidence in them. Our losses were considerable. The Ananiito attack commenced ot 1 o'clock this morning simultaneously acainst the nart of the citadel oc cupied by us and the legation. Tho numbered thirty assailants thousand. Thev burned the straw barracks with rockets. The soldiers' effects were burned, but the ammunition nnd provisions are safe. The legation was riddled with shot. I am making all tho necessary dispositions for repulsing another attack, which may b expected nt any rate against the legation. You need have no uneasiness." "Hue, July C Mm.viGUT. Wo remain in possession of tho citadel after tho shameful attack by a'l tho Annmite troops. Our troops awoke and found their quarters afire and themselves being bombarded. They held their ground until daybreak, when they advanced and routed the enemy. From twelve hundred to sixteen hundred Ananiito corpses cover tho ground. Our losses are sixty killed and wounded. Evening. A dispatch just receded from General Courcej-- says that tho Annmites at Huo are preparing to make a fresh attack on his position. The General expresses confidence in his ability to hold out against the Anamites until he is reinforced. to-da- y -- Ik The Clarksvllle are probably a full compared with and fcrcs"?Rfver dgtricts ig last year,about Ureea probably 00 per ceBt.; South and west of ILouisvillo tho plantfeg may bo possibly some-wh(Mfcjrged, anj wm consist moro Iafgel5&n,fr two years o the old types. quotations 25c. for common dark IjftCahd advance them 25c for Hurley trash, medium and good litjp&are reduced 3550c, whilo good anl fsM-leare advanced. Therango of qU(Oloasin the upper grades .Is wide, lecau4fth great mrietresgln types.tobaccos os follows for full' jWWgaiVBagess- Bark mulllf am. Ihirlf't. ""- 1Xiry0G0 Per cent pem districts at rJSi af medi-undarty- "- - Trash , Common lups.,., Medium lugs..- Oood luirs ...A Common leaf Medium leaf nood ier Fancy leaf.... J3 7.V?fc 4 Ww 5 0Oa 5 25 5 MVffc fl 25 4 25 4 75 t 3 TMh KlB 4 - 4 4 7S fl TTWt 7 25 7 .Wfc 8 25 9 ooran oo 13 Coal" 00 5 OOfu S do B sm. 0 75 7 0TK& 780 8 SOJilO 00 12 0O7M4 SO 15 50&2S 00 MtMrllanrou Mrs. Wm. Hem. Tcrk, an elderly lady near Choppers Station, five miles east of Eminence, wnsuistantly killed tho other nfter-noo- n while out picking berries by Salem Wilcoxson,son of tho railroad agent nt Christianbiirg. Tho loy saw her head through the bushes, nnd mistook it for a squirrel and fired the fatal shot. Bluegrass. a Kentucky-bre- d horse, won the Northumberland plate at tho Newcastle and Goiforth Park summer meeting. to-da- n. to-do- w n-ni- i. -- -- The Street-Ca- r Strikers. Chicago, July 0. Thirty-thre- e out of the 450 cars owned by the West Division Railroad Company made trips in charge of policemen and Deputy Sheriffs. Despite tho presence of tho and the Deputy Sheriffs tho strikers attacked four of the cars, assaulted the new drivers and conductors and ditched tho car3. The first cars were run out of the Western Avenue barns nt " 15 o'clock. An im mense crowd of people was on hand at that hour. Two hundred and fifty pol icemen, under command Captain of Bonfield, were massed in front of the barns. Ten can, each having on Iwanl eight policemen nnd several Deputy Sheriffs, were bunched in a train and proceeded to Lake street. Patrol wagons containing police hail been posted along the routo and the cars as tho3 arrived were conveyed from pluce to plnco under their care. Other ineffectual attempts wcro made to start cars, but the strikers succeeded in driving the conductors and drivers from the car. after which the horypfl wr( to-da- y blue-coa- ts about forty Presidential State, for which there aro about 400j,aspirauts. Their salaries foot up about $,000. A Davis County man has a snow white squirrel. PaducaH Xeics says: Col.W C P. Breckenridgo, it is stated, will be n candidate for Senator at tho next selection. ""Key West, Kenton County, has the lead In tho snske story line. Thejother day Mr. Eddie Brown was sitting in his door playing a French harp, when he noticed a largo snake, which was attracted by the sound, crawllnguown his martin box polo. He killed the snako and then resumed his music, when ho saw another ono coming from thesame place. Ho killed it also. This wasrepeated tho third timo with the same result, Hi3 curiosity being nronsod, ho cut down the box, nnd found another of the same kind, making four, all in tho same boxi They were all about six feet In length, and of the blackest kind. 0. P. Hooan has been nominated for Representative by the Democrats of Grant County. The Students' Association of Georgetown Colloge, having raised $25,000, most of which is in cash, have settled tho "Chair of Historyand Political Science," as the chair which they will support, and which they will ask to have designated as tho "Students' Chair." The Bath County fair kegins at Sharps-bur- g Augtut 4. There are post-ofllc- es in this read. 0 Permanent organization: B. S. Helghley, Mahoninp, Chnirman; Mrs Woodbrldge, Portage, Secretary; 55. C. Bnvne, of Franklin, E, D. Lewis, of Trumbull", Geo. of Franklin, and ..L. B. Lofrnn, of Akron, wrtW "Assistants. '"""' WW' w ftw i' Permanent Chairman Heigley, on assuming tho chair, made a stirring prohibition speech, during which ho snid It would have been a disaster to tho Prohibition party had tho vote for tho Second Amendment been fairly counted. The victory being snatched from them, they had been made stronger by this injustice. Tho Credentials Committee reported 010 present 100 delegates and 201 alternates all districts represented and no contests. Dr. Dustin, of Loveland, moved to nominate Dr. Leonard for Governor by acclamation, and speeches seconding it by Dr. Thompson, of Otterbein University, Governor St. John and Lou Beauchamp called forth thunders of applause. Dr. Leonard said tnat up to last Tuesday he peremptorally declined considering it, but finnllv had to yield to the pressure of the good brethren, though ho should make his church ministry his first concern. Said ho: "Knowing that the majority of you aro men of prayer, I feel that this is a proved call; and I will do my whole duty to the best of my ability." Prof. Goodalo Frost, of Oberlin, was nominated bv acclamation for Lieutenant-Governo- r, hfs nnme having been presented by C. I. Tnmbling, of Lorain. At this point tho Committeo on Resolutions appeared, and a motion to adjourn was lost. After an address by Milburn, tho "blind orator," tho convention adjourned till 2 p. m. Tm-air; the Cause Blaino recently said. Dr. A. It. Leonard Nominated for Governor, tion for the Presidency. Prof. Frost for Lieutenant Governor. at him, and ho did n Pull State Ticket Platform, etc declining it This is n Sfrinokield, O., July 2. The State Pro- Strictly speaking,. hibition Convention met yesterday morn- guageof that nature ing, and besides a temporary organization, erallyinto use amon, tho nppointment of tho different commitworld grows older. tees nnd littlo was accomThere is no reason plished. Convention adjourned until 10 this Khnnld not toll tho I morning. mix with all classes of; second day's session. nliasfis of life: posses; Tho convention assembled at 10:15 a. m. of I Rev Joseph Kyle, of this city offered pray- tea for tho study if originally withoqt er, and the minutes of Weunesdny were speech-making, airnacij ofmmii W TRUTH. variations it. nomina- en Si thrust lan- - justified in It or, moro itary ' more gen- ci&ns as the :l He has to le; sees all opportuni- - politician observation, his co: with men should of . activity cYUnini oyrho percjcptiveqv V iuaru mo en ?$ intercourse nourish into essions sn him at for close naturo.and. A PAINSTAKING OFFICIAL. Th Keen JulCment of the Presldeat XoHy Exemplified In 111 Selection. Postmaster-GenerVilas ha3 accomplished a vast amount of work during the throe months he has been in ofQca. In no instance was the keen judgment of President Cleveland exemplified more fully than in his selection of this capable official. .He threw himself into his wrk from tha beginning with a zeal and activity that have been crowned with a gratifying success. To this zeal and activity he has combined excellent judgment and caution, earnestness, tireless industry and readiness to adopt, after careful scrutiny, any new method which may tend to simplify and facilitate the workings of his department. Like the. other members of the Cabinet, Mr. Vilas is a steadfast unholder of tho true nrincl- al hard-working, AFTERNOON SESSION. lnlatehwliniMltbo-reari-lit-jltCTl-wAlltlro-enrs-'we- -r- r barns. withdrawn 'and-housedin- the Fran: t?ia Canada' I The Cholera. Madrid, July & In tho wholo of Spain yesterday thero wero 1,407 new cases of cholera and GOO deaths from tho disease. Of these thero were 210 new cases and 5(5 denths in Atanjuez; new cases nnd 145 deaths in the City of Valencia, nnd GrO new enses and 417 deaths in the Provinco of Valencia. Washington, D. C, July 0. United States Consul Mason, at Marseilles, reports to tho Department of State that cholera has again made its appeaance in that city and in Toulon, and that there is a general exodus of the citizens. 20-- Sara-cots- Franco-Prussia- Cien-Pozuel- st-ucc- le. to-da- y re-po- rts Iron-Jaw- ed Condition of the Cotton Crop. New Orleans, July C Tho monthly report of tho National Cotton Exchange says, concerning the growing cotton crop: Thero hnve been no very wide variations from tho normnl rain fall and temperature over the cotton belt during tho month of June, and the condition of the crop, which was ninety-on- e at tho closo of May, is now advanced to niuety-tweighty-fou- r against and eighty-fiv- e for the corresponding months of last year. The plant has progressed well, and has gained somo in point of growth and health fulness. o, Deplorable Work ofthe Firs Cracker. Boston, July 0. While Miss Bessio Hincks, daughter of General E. W. Hincks, was walking with a friend on Brattle street, Saturday afternoon, her dress caught fire, it is supposed from a smoldering fire cracker. 1 wo gentlemen, living nearby, rushed to Miss Hlnck's assistance, and managed to extinguish the Haines, but not until she was so horribly burned that Mis Hincks was she died yesterday. twenty years old, and had just completed her first year's studies at the Harvard Annex. , ... . .. . . Fatal Dynamite. McConnellsburk, Pa., July 0. A dynamite blast at the east end of Siding Hill tunnel, on the South Pennsylvania Railway, this morning, caused tho death of John O'Brien, heading boss: Christ. and John White (colored). Four others were seriously injured, two of whom are Italians, nud a negro who will probably die. Illl. .1. ck - Gorrinqe Dead. pos-ibl- e, JM-J- nA tak-In- New York. July ( Lieutenant Commander Henry L. Gorriuge. late of U. S. Navy, who had charge of tlu transportation of the Ecyptian Obelisk from Alexandria to New ork, on the steamer Desoug, in the fall of 1SS0, died nt his home in tho Benedict Apartment House, in Washington Square, after a liugering illness. ...... i.. Trotters Burned to Death. G. Tho stables, carriages and nine trotters belonging toMr. James Vanetta, situated eight miles north of this city, were burned at twelve o'clock Cause unknown. Two men sleeping in the barn wero burned, ono fatally. Loss, $18,000. Janesville, Wis., July to-da- y, two-year-o- ld k. traftic known man was found hanging to a tree. "2. ThomenwhoRTow rich from all this misery have puralyzed the nrm of governThe father of Congressman Halsell, of only by n can Bowling Green, is dead, aged eighty years. ment. Theywhich be put down Legislature movement controls tho in Powell County, was and all executive oilices. The rum power, Patsy liko tho slnvo power, must bo vanquished by burned the other night, with all the mail a new pnrtv devoted to that express purpose. 3 The position of tho two wings ot the matter. ' the ono advocating liThe first church ever built in Rowan great liquor party,the Constitution to bo cense, declared by County has just been completed in tho and tho other unnltorably committed to tho principles of taxation and regulation town of Farmers. as formulated In the 'Scott lnw,' declared by A new bank is to bostarted at Bowling our Supremo Court to be unconstitutional, leaves no loyal citizen any alternative but to Green. cast his lot with tho partv of Prohibition. The Hickman Courier advises tho farmA temperance mnn nominated ns n ltopul-licaor Democrat will feel In honor bound ers of Fulton County to send no wheat to party platform, and not to push market, but keep every grain of it at homo. todefend hisIn n way which might hurt his temperanco Tho crop is a failure thero as elsewhere. by driving off liquor votes. Wo, hercfore, L. F. Berry, living near Muir's Station, support urge tho friends of humanity to candidate of tho Prohibition harvesting with a reaper tho other party, nndthe form no allinnces with the old was to day, and becoming entangled in tho ma- parties. reclaiming the "4. Moral efforts chinery, was severely injured, his loft hand ard and extending for pledge or total drunk-o absti-noncthe must never be relaxed. Wo heartily being so badly injured that it had to bo congratulate the National Temperance Sociamputated. Christian women ety and tho noble During an altercation the other evening upon their heroic Union of bid all workers labors, and between two laborers on tho farm of W. B. for temperance, by whatever methods. God speed. Posey, three miles above Eransville, Ind., "5. In all offlces whoo functions are not and many others men on the Kentucky side of tho river, Chas. political and promoted Greenway shot and mortally wounded Jeff. should be nppointcd, retained capacity, withfor proved falthfullness and Thompson of Nashville, Tenn. Greenway out regard to party. Tho corrupting spoils must bo removed from political con made good his escape .by crossing to tha clement w e acmana tests, tun protection oi tno Indiana side in a skiff. franchise, which is tho basis of our civil liberties; nud favor the disfranchisement of T. L. Collins, of Covington, was arrestthose who tamper with otcs or voters, and ed in Cincinnati on the charge of embezthe moH perfect system of registration. "We favor a uniform law for tho regulazling $500 worth of jewelry. In tion of There was a lull in tho hostilities in foundedmarriage and divorce all tho States, upon the Divine law. "Tho negro race has our hearty sympathy Rowan County on tho 30th. Morehead Is occupied by the militia. In Bath County, in Its efforts to ovcrcomo tho disadvantages arising from centuries or oppression, and in Dr. Carter was mortally wounded by Jim nsserting their civil rights. , "fi. Wo oppose violent changes In tho tariff, Wiseman. and such as are made should not be made In A Bourbon County man gathered 2,o00 tho interest of any particular classes, but with a fair nnd impartial consideration of busfiels of bluegrass seed in ten days. both labor and capital, producers and conn botanist, LouWm. Telser, sumers. suicided the other day. Revolver. "7. Wo heartily Indorso tbo principles emisville, braced in the memorial of the Voters' Union, Ten bushels of wheat from twenty acres presented to the several political parties of of land is what Judgo Bunch, of Stanford, the Stnte, and wo cordially invite tno Second Amendment voters to support us in the expects this harvest. great conflict between the home and tho saAn Elizabethtown man bored for water loon. "8. God requires and man needs a Sabbath and got sulphur, coal oil, gas and salt, and both for rest and worship, nnd we view with still is not happy. alarm the encroachments upon nnd tho Gov. Knott has respited Floyd Williams, threatened destruction of the Christian and tho who was to havo been hung on the 3d, for civil Sabbath through civil saloon tramc for government "9. Wo recognize the murder of Pato Stricklin, until Sep- man as ordained by his Creator, to whoso laws human enactments should conform as tember 4. an indispensiblo condition of peace, prosA HKftEjisoM County man has 75 acres perity and happiness." of cholera drops, alias watermelons, and Resolutions offering sympathy for Genthero are 350 acres more in tho county eral Grant, recognizine; the services of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, planted in the same fruit. soldiers and sailors, thanks to tho Miss Davis, who was murdered by a neconfidenco and expressing in the gro near Constantino lately, dreamed the ability and integrity of St. night before her death that she had killed John were not reported by tho committee, but sent to the committeo aud referred him. to the convention. County lady has a carp pond A Hardin The resolution of condolence was telewhich supplies her table bountifully with graphed to General Grant by order of tho fish. She feeds them regularly and they convention. After taking up a collection for tho aro so tame sho can catch them with her Women's Christian Temperance Union, the hands. Post-oflice, n post-oflicwell-know- Near Louisville, tho dead body of an un- 'Inilmlfipfiiirglniajtistparrtetilarlyslii iitwtiG!SftoujrB0rMireratneT!HeverTu? qpitts'JRs-treporteutterance is that he d btcd to him for removing from her controiicu oy eitner oi5ino"oiasiiariics,-nc- i causotneso parties havo snown uicmeivcs mcubts of Mahoneism, Hut shoulJers subservient to tho interests of the liquor will never again bo a candidate wf3BB-9tllltyf?ip-rrf- Nominations for Supremo Judge wero called for, and Gideon Stewart, of Huron, and Z. C. Payne, of Franklin, were presented. A vote was taken by Congressional districts, and Gideon Stewart was nominated by an overwhelming majorits. For State Treasurer, Dr. J. S. Neville, of Hardin: A. Alderman, of Morgan; T. M. Trowbridge, of Lucas, and John Dauner,of Stark, were presented. Danner was nominated on first ballot by a large majority. A. E. Clovenger, For Attorney-Genera- l, of Clinton, was nominated by acclamation. For Board of Public Works J. E. Neville, of Hardin, wns nominated on first ballot over A. G. Teachout, of Cuyahoga; A. Alderman, and F. Rodifcr,of Belmont. The resolutions anil platform were adopted separately, after considerable dee plank, bate in behalf of a and are given below: "I. Wo demand nn amendment to the our Stato forever prohibiting the manufacture andsalo of intoxicating liquors as a beverage. 'We aro unalterably opposed to the laws that propos-- by license, tax or otherwise to repnlato the drink truffle, because they provide for Its continunnco nnd atTord no protection uKatnst its ravajres. Wo hold that tho proper uttitudo of all pood citizens onward this trnthc is ono of uncomnro- , woman-suffragonnct-mentof awl "" " t WeSiSSa&g, n-- plo demand Tifances from the President is unalterably committed- supposed to He found the department in a condition men. xi iiuuiiu speak for theniasso.. r and therefore calculated to discourage and dampen the zo tl of any reformer. It was pertheir responsibility is all the greater. John Stuart Mil was once invited to meated with the leaven of the notorious .stand for Parliament'by tow friends Frank Hatton and the still more notoriwho knew his great ability. Ho con- ous Brady, and was, if possible, more sented, but ho was generally unknown Republican and offensively partisan to the people of that particular district. than any of the other departments. The voting population was made Like the cities of tho plain, few just men up largely of workingmen. His op could be found in it, and Mr. Pearson poncnt, who regarded his candidacy was the only Lot who was considered with indifference, had, ho was cer- worthy of being saved. Throughout the length and breadth tain, ono bomb which, when exploded, would shatter MhTs slightest chance of of tho land were postmasters who obsuccess. It was a report that had been tained the:r positions as the reward of raked up from the past to the effect that party services and on the condition that Slill had once said that "the working they were to regard themselves as mere classes of England arc given to lying." electioneering agents when the good of "Did you ever make that remark?" tho party demanded it Democrats asked Mill's opponent at an immense wero rigidly excluded, as a niatfer of mass meeting composed almost entirely courso, from this huge partisan maof the working-classeMills straight- chine. Mr. Vila', although naturally surened "himself, looked the man in the eye. aud said simply: "I did." That prised at the niagn tude of the evil he wasall no explanation; no equivalent. was appointed to suppress, did not inWhat was tho reiult? That meeting, dulge in precipitate measures which made up as it was of tho working might have embarrassed the postal servclasses, sent forth a chout of applause ice and hac dono vol nice to his reHe has proceeded which shook the building. Here was a form principles. public man who had the courago to tell cautiou.ly, exiniincd cah case carethe truth about a remark he had made, fully befoie miking a removal or an although the truth appeared damaging appointment, nnd consequently he has, to h m. He h id made an assertion he as far as he ha been abc to go. so far. should not have made, but ho did not raised the sand ml of the service to a attempt to tho p nallv by equiv- d'grei of efficiency atul'honesty which ocation. Itu'cccd Mill. Theac people would havo been considered impossible whom he had once dispraised realized sit months ago. Besides th 3 excellent that they would get in him a man material he lias sMbstituted for corrupe has stopped whoso wo d they could rcl u, on. They tion in t'le felt that hero at leat wa one public several important leaks in the business By a new postof Irs department. man who was not g ven to lyins. one cause more than another can age stamp eoutra t h saves over thirty be given for B'aine'-- defeat it is to be tho.tisan I dollars a year to the Governlound n the fact that the people had ment aid scrfvn thonsind on postal ceased to believe what he said. He had car Is. In one item of sending otlice ma le so many misstatement that the pekages by mad he e'JVctcl a saving . All this has been acof S42,4.-7.pub ic wanted the allidavits to subs' his ut'erance. He had made that complished in the first three months of tuist'iko so surpnsingly common among his administration, and he prop ises to public men namely, that the people do a g cat deal more wlirn t me and the eai be fooled more than oacc. It is a f:niilarity wita Ho workings of his has been mor contrary act that the ma-flike a olice permit. arj iliild. One untruth c.n fo.feit a trut liereely assailed by the spoilsmeu. probof cars. And Biainc has lied repeat- ably, than any other member of the edly, but never So transparently as Administration, but tiey have failed to Wiien he avowed that ho did not trv ta "move him a jot from the plan of thor- t the Republican naunnatiom.foGlh.tt3L0UKl1 rS,form " lias nvipped oq.t,f s. .ofiUmrviatLWoaP-WlL- s. &ur? 1 j an-da- te c. ggNwvJ w.io bel'eves h in? Who can bel eve him' Because a man is a Republican t 's not nee warily held t int he is a ar. Because a man is a public man it is npt necessarily held that all public men are liars. But Blaine as benz a cunspKuoiis Republican andpubl cmai has bee i a shinnig ccmpli cation of the fact that both KepublVans and pub-l.-c men can lie aud do lie too often. 1 Ituliwond (la.) State m m I GENUINE BOURBONS. .lillcians Who Never Learn and Who Never 1'orsct Tho lllomly Mrt Huii- The Republicans of Ohio are genuine which derivd all its opp essiveness from tie Federal patronage in the hand s of the apost e of ic4rddi'ition Thcgeu-cra- l cleaning out of Mahone postmasters will enable tho Old Dominion to recuperate and meet tho emergency of financial di licuU.'cs now presented before it. Mr. Vil .s is the youngest of the Cabinet officers, but Iu has given ample evidence of r'pe judgment and caution which disnvsses to a vanish ns point a dread of blunders. The department is in excellent hands. AlLamj Argus. 1 post-oilice te ORDERED BY THE PEOPLE." The llrmor.il of Republican Onlce-IIoldcr B mrbons'. Like the line of princes who bore th it name tiny never forget and they never lear.i. Tho utterances ofthe platform which they adopted at their convention last week is tl.e most foolhardy attempt to revive dead and long bure-- l issues we havo witnessed iu many a day. The bloody shirt lost all t e potency it ever possessed years ago, and no one ought to know this better than tin Republi an leaders in Ohio. The platfo m adopted by th 'in was ed in advance screa years ago by tne mos brd.iant Republican statesman their State ever produced. We refer to General Garfield, who, on the 10th of October. 17S, spoke : s follows in tho House of Representatives : "I want to say another thing. Tbc man wuoi attempts to get up a political ecitement iu this count y on tho old sectional issues will lind h'm-el- f without a party and without support. The man who wjnts to serve his country must put ' himself in the line of its leading thought, and that is the restoration ofbusLe-s- , trade, comn-ercindustry, sound political economy, hard money and honest payment of all obligations; and the man who can addC'n tiling in the dinct on of the accomplshment of any of these purposes is a public, benc-fa- c de-no- linperHtli-el- loininiletl- - I e. or." . port," these are tne word in which ithunt a partv and without sup er d. u to-da- w m A furniture-make- r at tho New Orleans Exposition discovered a countryman from Arkansas whittling a handsome mahogany cabinet "to see what the wood was like." Another exhibitor, who had lilted up a room with the linest specimen of his art, was horrified to lind an old lady eating her lunch of fried cnicken seated in ono ef his satin upho'stered chairs. "What's the cheer good for if it ain't to set down mines, near Somerset, the other night, three men, Demp Sullivan. Jim Sloan and Stringer, were shot. Sullivan will die. Dance row. In a shooting affray at Greenwood coat convention adjourned. i ' - seven-year-- M t to-da- l. : r-- e.l I '- ZJSXSfL! wu,T.Vuw;":rL.iaa,fflis KifcirL!" sl Fred-erlck- County court records show that Daniel Boone was often sued for debt, and Simon Kenton for breach of promise. At Louisville the other day, Brother Paul, a Catholic priest, died suddenly of rheumatism of the heart. in?" she placidly remarked. .V. O. Charles Casper, a young Jew, dealer IHcaytme. In and notions in Frankfort, has skipped the town, leaving creditors SS.OOO The increase in value of property short. k in the business section of Hoston durinz The taxable property of Hopkins County the past fifty years is shown in the re- is valued at$2,U15,925. an increase of over the assessment of 18S4. cent sale of the United btates o e at the corner of Tremont street Cyrus Denny, an Louisville and Temple place. The Masons pur- journalist, died at Anchorage Insane Asy-Iuchased the land in 1830 for 000, and in 1832 the Masonic Templo wa? cora- James A. Tyoert, a farmer near Bowling making a total cost of laud and Green, was struck by lightning and knock",0,000. uilding of In 180s the ed senseless. United States Government bought it Near Greensburg, Buck Thompson and for $105,1)00. and in lb&i sold it for Jo Shaufner, young men, engaged in a 2o5,000. Boston shooting scrape. Shaufner was shot In the arm and Thompson A German editor who wanted to latter probably fatal, through the hip, the know if Itvsiuiirok own"! . tiiu eurth has At,gR ha h appointed post been aant to ,uU months io JinJ Bourbon dry-goods Sea waves, according to observations of the United States Naval Officer, show a height of from forty-foto forty-eigfeet but those of a height greater than thirty feet are not commonly encountered. The longest recorded wave measured a half mile from crest to crest, with a period of twenty-thro- e seconds. Waves having a lengtn of live hundred or six hundred feet, and periods of ten to eleven seconds, are tno ordinary storm waves of the North Atlantic --V. Y. nr ht Swu 357-0- 70 Court-Hous- old-tim- The largest room in the world under one roofand unbroken by pillars is in St Petersburg. It is 620 feet long by 150 feet in breadth. By daylight it is used for military displays, and a battalion can completely manamver in it Twenty thousand wax tapers aro required to light it The roof of this structure is a single arch of iron, and it exhibits remarkable engineering skill in the architect A slaughter house and refrigerating establishment, costing over 81,000)000, hYt bHi: built .t Medora. W. Ti. fw Wrt Cm tmk Wf for 5a eiMWr & t 6ytns; KXi &!! at spw.i; Jiijf .jujui, .iiiui O I UCIllllUg Ifc', an.i tion? a grut many other things? Didn't they turn out that "old and faithful oficr," President Arthur, f and repudiate that other "old anil . faithful'' patrot. Mr. Biainc, for ho -other re.v,on under tic sun than that"" they were Repub! cin?? An I didn't"' they put a j$ w York Demo-rin the White House, ut cry igiorait of President al dut e . simply becuso ho was a Denv'.c at? If the people aro to be apjeiled to,, against President Cleveland, who ie'to to aga'nst the people? ' be appea-efousht' ' Sueh blind follr as this inv tes de- They are the author of the trouble, for . feat, and defeat will come If there are they brgan it. les'dent ClcvrJand XV any Rep iblicansin Ohio who still revere only imitating an 1 obeying them. . ths utterances of thejr great le ufer, let Louis HepnblKUiu them heed the warning of vears A snake nine feet long and sevcrif ago beroie it is too late The par.y s in diaiuetcr was killed nearthat hopes to return to power by a resectional itnfe will find the fctarucca. Pa., a fev days aj;o. Thcs' newal of road a long and difficult one.- - ittd-burgh annual iiju a peculiar nat usau iiui about its neck was a c rele of short f:lYji Fo$t. ha:rs. Its color was hrowu, with red Vis'ts to strawbe ry farras shows bands around the b dy at intervals of aj much r uimat'on in the picking season. fewinehe. Killing t was an casyt, When the terries begin to ripen the nmtta! ..- It a'.il! hlltlnCtf frr.m trtWAT Ttlf n. iuui..vi. n . ".vsj ..v.,....t-- . pickers swarni to tho various patches to when discovered, being in the t.ct of de-- , r . I. 1 -- .. T.. 1.. mitl.ni tli.u hnrrif.S for m w iii iw "'1" iu um vounn ' a iii'wiy-our- n V...... t.uuu, n.l.ts.1. ?1.n.l9l Maryland hells we colored laborers almost hull wallowed. Pittsburgh Poiti " ffive sreat n ctaresqneucss. Thf field half covered with berries, people clad The encouragement of . t go-niale.alJnlhicnooupoB ,. 'cation in mauy-iiuj'n:aiug or carrying th-- j fr.lit !'i:y.8' Waku an intcn the phys tiaidcYMiopruent "' , Mr "(VMi eting Bprt'aolii"-,- ' General Gar !eld iniljlK'oreShadowvd wli ans iu Oh'o the defeat of the in lS'i. At tho same time he outlined the course of the man whom these same Republicans now denounce, Presi lent eland, who in th ee slurt months j has done more to iirinly reunite the i Xorth and South than was accomplished j by tho Republicans in t.cnty years, i Ho is endeavoring to mak the inter ests bus ness, politcal and social of tho two great sections of this coun.'ry a unit, aud because his efforts are being rewarded with success the Rcputlioans that he has of Oho lyingly.a-cr- t 1 un'cpentant rebels to oflico and disregarded the cla nis of the Northern c erans. And the leading Republican journals of the country, ing the sent meats of the Springfield Co lvcnt.ou, assft tnat. these ar i the gr.mnds upon which the politcal bat-t- l s of the uc.t lour years are ta be Ii" "Auother old and faithful officer removed," is the pathetic announcement with which the Republ'can papers cek. . to rouse popular indiguation agr.inst this "Inconsistent and hypocritical " Adm'nislration for d'splacing a Rcpub- 1 can official who has spent twenty-foyears in the public service and "worko" ' his way up from every grade." Ant!, then, there is the Director of the Minf, Mr. Burchard, an exceedingly meritorious officer, who has gained high cred t by his judicious conduct of the co'n-igbureau; no, too, is to go and make room for a Democrat. The Republican prc-- s ' thinks, or a'ccts to think, it is insufi'er- - ' able, and the people ought to gnash their teeth at the way- - the Democratic, Administration is turn'ng good Repub- - ' lican s out of office. It is hard. There is no reason for turning these good men out of olice, but fiat they are Republicans, and thero is no reason for putting new men in, but that they aro Democrats. It is not-.- , only an outrageous ami c ying injustice to the good men who have been, some of ih-drawing salaries from the Government for eighteen, twenty and twenty-fou- r years, but it is a ffagrar.t violation of the spirit of the rules. T.ie people must be appealed to-But here ,s the trouble: The people , who are to be appcale.1 to began the mischief which they are asked to rem-elDidnV the tu m out "the grand old party" last fall, the party which. In the opinion of its adherents, had sov- - country w'.th adm'rab'c lidel-Cij crned thnt e -m, Civil-Servi- ,- y. c. ity and success for '.wn'yfotr vcars, t c that had sate I the Union. frcnl the slave , half paid the public debt (af.er contracting it) restorel n-- - ap-po'n- te at -- re-ech- o isg - in.-he- J -P- 3 m - - . mni-lnf- i. out-do- oi ha-.i- Rt'ie.;' ,- , "ty it r '& f- - $- v 3fc , !?' .j- - -'- "IUI w"L , t '"ll "' i'4WharI 4 v 0 !3Klf o ;H,. PLYMOUTH. It's - no feecrct that Pierce' Compound dnd poftrrion line? Throw oiifc all that stuff (romyouV .uf..iiarnninosed o I beat ,. ..,m.-,' t,Men looking on tee only twd horses summer baggage. Are there not gft& naies." r 1....: v. i twatttfer Threaten Ererrone ...I.. lijiIlAflKrtract ol read-bo- oks of en"" ' with two riders flying around the ring; books that are easy to Directed f Smart-Wee- d and Jamaica Ginger Root, r..'rio,ui IVrll,., histo GBOBGX WA&RKN, PubUaber. but there is many a man on that stand tertaining travel; books' of Chngenial ,vith Camphor licence, and constitutes, Jor whose honor and domestic happiness and tory; books of pure fun; books of poetry; IHochestcr (x, Y) Correspondence Indian therefore, tho best remedy yet P upuiicBcnunci.) colic or cramps, cholera morbuH, iliarrhoea, fortune white mane, white foot, white ringing with merry canto; books of fln : : , HICKMAN. EENTDCKT. erected. 1 theless Jim lay quiet on tho vary slim "Judsn," Ki,l u young Iitwyer lo a very dysentery or bloodv-fluor to breK up flank aro in the ring, racing with ineengraving; books that will rest tho irilria "Hyer yer arc," he t& f8 !? chance that the might gd by, following Dr. Talmago ton tils' TempUtlOrtjm h briety! nnd with fraud, and with profauity, as well as, purify tho heart and elevate the Mirceo,,,lM!iiior,"tflI me thewxrel of your cold,, fevers and inflammatory attacks. oU the way in. ''Ther fire untoutyit, micct ut the bar." ceute. By druggists. lleset One In the iiotirs Uf itehu find with ruin MaCk neckj black foot whole ltoi My hearers, thero will not be tmilorm and I've got enough grabkft over from tho trail they had found on the other IN THE ATTIC. hecrcfc y!'"Jn5 n lito lion a. Writes of TiVdrnlngs side t)f tho valley. Tho retreat dnddr more. J" and the day of your study, Snut I willnm" itt,mtyou on black flank. Keck nnd neck they gd in an hour between thi tcr start jer while I'm Sxta' give to condition Www man see double, it ia evident "the Living i'oiintalri; Lonely is this place, this darksomo upper in. Ther's a ch'i'co or bar. goat an the rock was fairly wull concealed and that moral Epsom. White horse tif honor; death whed yod end afford to read a book that you pay nil my bilk during this sea-- that his aalasnes are too strong for him. story. 'thout salt. could not well bo sc5n until tho party won black horse of ruid. Death says: " will lacking in moral principle". uu." Boston TrarucripU With broken, leaking- roof, and walls grav. deer, ef vcr ken take 'e "July and August Temptations" tvs tho bet on tho black horse." Spectator I was difectly opposite to it. "Attml, nir' nnid the junior. moraia1, mstcr says: Ef yer can't-go- od intoxicating drinks. black and hoary, HuMASiTYdcmaDds that omnibus, hack and Suddenly tho leader stopped short subject of o recent sermon by Kev. x, tj9 "I will bet on the white horse." The " Kwdfcnte IndlKmitablo ehut from outer world, from sunlight's flow- ence. 1 Another temptation hovering nil afodrid iBjrjflory. Afctbe pd of the- month the judgorc-mmtlc- d team horses should wear tho Boss Collar Pad. waste and held up his hand. They were not Witt Tnlmage, delivered at the Broyklyn whito horse of honor a little way abend. is to intoxicating "I kin tako'emra...t1 Don't Holding wonders still from ages past. our watering-plate- s the'younman of hi promise. The text was timo yarnin'. 1 ain't hen cr bite fur so far away now and Biggins heard a Tabernacle. ye yourselves from Mark vl. The black horse of ruin, Satan mounted all bevcrnges. I am told that it is" becoming "1 recall rftfcucH promise-It is a painfnl fnefc that the 31: "Como Doves, Uko spirits, moan for all the grandeur forty-ciffapart into a the time, gaining on him. Spectator breath-loswar a feminine voice. hour, andthen it man is not rare. J'uck. " AH, but you ftuule- H." more and moro fashionable" for women td wasted. desert place, and rest awhilo." Dr. Tal- 'What is it. Shade?" I could I'm) on the lash. Dig in the spurs. drink. I care not how well a. womail may Winds of winter sigh the splendor that was siuged rabbit ez big ez raj" & "Your evidence, p!eae." "There's some one hyer, a perspector magOFQldt tr afflicted with Pore Fjca, upo Dr. Ifnut tasted. a cat six." Thero They are past the stand. Sure. dress, if she has taken enough of wine to Ant!'Jud;e. nothavin any wilnctf cs, Thompson's Ejo Water. DrCHfrtsta sell it. S5o Hero Christ advises His apostles Uj take Ere by Time's rude hand 'twas to this ruin There's only thor ono "Sail in, then. liver's Jer 8tlid diett most likely Just as 1 expected it. Tho black horse of flush her cheek aud put a glass ness on her Io.stacahefo?oa-?hasted. been The man who can prwuce indisputable Why did not the ancient glory last? tough enuff ter stick to ther ribs, tttt track; bill there may be a gang ov 'em, a vacation. They had ltfoj livitig jj fex, ruin has Wod the face- and all the galleries sye, she Is intoxicated. She may bj handnnd He&dViscs bf darkness cry ' Huzza huzza l" nnd evidence wins public favor. fiwl an interan' ef they've stmck anything they cited ns well ns useful warranted not ter give dispepsj;1 tt twentyllvo hundred dollar cared iiito In yonder corner's dusk, 'ncath rafters rotTHE MAKKLTS. view yesterday with succCsM'd "Now yer shout' luttmoled Biggins, wou't take it kindly ter see us. It looks that they get Out intd tho codntry: 1 ued the devils' Come' iu td pick up their" riage aild have diamonds PnoUgh to con- American advertisers,the mostndvert bring ol ten. fa Stands the wooden wheel that 6pun the wool with his ruouth full pard, ez though the' hod a mighty godil six weeki ng6 stflridiiig id this place ads wngers. Ah, my friends, Uave" nothing to" found the Tiffailv's she Id intoxicated. nnwt uccawhd becausewhoso But I say, OJ.CISXATI. July 7. 1SSSalwaya hacked by Tocfitdd, With nil the CneTgy 1 coald and cotton. g chanco for a big thing. dissipatidns this She dwt be rt graduate of Packer lnstl evldeitrfl dd With 00 0300 As the Vr'hcl of Life spun worthy deeds for- what's yer name?" ulVE 50 66 5 25 gotten. "I ain't sure I need one, but ef yrr As the man spdko lie looked nroiind did notthe Saturday afternoori holiday, 1 sunimen Long ago tho English Uoverns tute, and the" dadghtdr of some man id "What stjlon of Advertising do you Choice IlUtohem think the people would so soon get ment got through looking td the turf far Spiders' webs about it now are bound. HOGS Common very anxious ve kiu call me Early Jod. With keen eye, and his gaze lit Upon tho being nominated for the PresU usof ." I nsUl n. it. Warner, Lq. - 3 ST 5J4ZJ Good packers release. By divine flat it has comci the drrigtldn and light cnvnlry horse. They danger of "IJispbiy reading uiattvr and para graphs 3 50 & 400) For liberty and freedom fought this musket That's what 1 sailed under at Ground littlo trail the two men could not help that I rejoice she is drunk. You may havo d 5HEEP Good to choice and that more people will have found tho turf doprcctates the stock; and dency vocabulary than I havo, and yod of testimonials." Ci 4 60 rusty; KLOUK Family Hog City till they run me out." leaving as they Went in and out. larger Fought this broken sword, to human right "Have yoii many testimonials?" UKA1N Wheui-- f Aingberry red 1H & 9T Biggins gave a nod tn indicate that ho Biggins was Watching through a chink opportunity of recreation this summer it is yet w orse for men. Thomas Hughes, may say in regard to her thdt sho 13 "con04 Hi once trusty: No. 2 red InannwerheHhotfcd We'd JmIwJ cabinet 48 48 S An SOott as be got his and saW that discovery wits certain. than In nny previous slimmer. Others will tho member of Parliament, and the author vivial," or she is "merry," or she la "fesSounded forth this bugle, like this bass drum understood. Piim No. '1 uiixeil chock-ful"We have enough to fill Boshave Whole Weeks and mouths tJirest Tlid kiidwn all tho world ovor, hearing that n 35'46 dusty. Onts No. - mixed Without Waiting he stepped out. his, mouth half empty ho mled: you cari ton, New York, Chicago, St. Loul nnd tive," or she i3 "exhilarated," but o 61 May it not hare music still to sound? lle No.r "My caso prezactfv, fur hcvin' five hand upraised in token of amity, though tallroad trhins hre being laden With i,naj neW tiirf enterprise Was being started in not with all your garlands of verbiage PhiladclpliJi fnomiug papers." ..14 00 ff.H U HAY Timothy No. ...8 00 6 9 2U Peaceful hero they lie, as though with Joy kins an a par ov nces held out under he had loosened his heavy revolver and tetigers fthd bUggngo On their way to thd this country wrotd d letter in whifcli lie Cover Up tho plain fact that it is an "Do you publish frifny of them?" rOH.ItXO Common I.inrs ..1UO0 Sl4 60' flood Medium forsaken. "Not a tithe. Wonderful hh are those PKOVISIONS-I'o- rk my knee. fur? Ov was ready to draw at a moment's mountains nnd tho lakes and tho "Heaven lielp ydU, tlie"nj for df all What was yOilfrt saidi ruffe df drunk. Now, the Mess......1100 tll25 Never mora the sound of battle to awaken. course publish, we have thousand like Multitudes of our citizens are pack: the cankers Of our old Civilization1 there is 7 64 .. 7K thar war a fmioot dropped jest notice. me Meiini f Mn For the arm that used them has by fate been are full of temptations to men wo do thmn which we can not tine. 'Why not?' nUTXr.K 1'r 14 Irig their trunks for a restorativo absence. nothing Id this codntry approaching In .. 13 Kuncy Dairy aforo they found them kcanls. taken. "Hello, party, Whar Jer gdin? wa aud women to tipple. At the closo of tho Let Hid (ell you. ' Wnrner't wife cure' has .. IS b .20 ( rennierr By the sturdy hand that conquers all. Ohio Lot not the commercial Arm begrudge unblushing meanness, in rascality holdliig: "Why. yer a man an1 brother. That his sahltatiod. "Ilain't got much ter n or billiard game they tipple. At probably been tho motmiccobful medicine FltniTAM) VilGirrAHLES xi 0150 Potatoes, per Uirro! Bark! But not An answer comes unto my war jest what war the trouble at Ground oiler, but can't yer turn in an' stop the clerk, or the employer the Journeyman, its bead high, to this belauded institution the close of the cotillon they tipple for faiuil" (Harden ever discovered. We 2 50 Appjes. ir mxvper barret.. 100 musing. Hog. Ther way things look now I ain't awhile. It does mo good tcr see a faco or tho patient the physician, or the church of tho British turf." Another famous Seated on tho piazza, cooling themselves have1 fwtiiiftmlnlrt from Jadh'tf of thohhthctit Far more happy thoughts into my mind in- sure but what wo'd Its pastor a season of inoccupation. Luther sportsman writes: "How many fine doii:V i'Oltlv. d lonesome, an' off, thoy tipple. Tho tinged glasses come rank, but it Would ha liwlcllfitlo to tlllbllHll VWVn Slide and Vetc.rn done ez well ef we'd agin'. I've been fusing. 45 itliC'i used to sport w ith his children; Edmund mains have been shared among these tliein. Likewise' many HtiiteMincn, lawyer, stood tner storm. Miuhtv cold time ther's room enough for all " Tis the village bell music's spell diffusing, around with bright straws, and they tip- doctors of - 4 3U ft 5 TO fioorttoaio.ee faiuo hdr lecn CHAIN U'lirnt No. SCb.cugo Burke used to caress his favorite hjrso; hosts of rapacious sharks during the last As it sadly questions, "Conquers all?" Kl I've had on it, an' thing's don't look The leader had dropped his carbino ple. First they take "light wines," as eureLirtlle'ciiri Only refer to Mich 1T-OT Xn" it via hollow of his arm, and now he Thomas Chalmers, iu tho dark hour of the two hundred years I And, unless the sys- thej' call them; but "light wines" are timepiece nigh the raltcrs elegant, no way." There the ancient into the , 50 Si 54, 3 tfifnrded. term, an wo uu Corn No. " mixed reaching, "Any show fur 3T 3" 4 hver when snow advanced w'.lh quick steps', fdlldwod at Church's disruption, played kiW for tem ho altered how inauy more are heavy enough to debase the appeOnts mixed eh" Elender hands extends, as though to mortals So I was told by his own doomed to fall intd the1 sante gUlfl" the -- U W recreation Mess er ground, a littlo distance by the rest. breaks upsr. J; articled successful?" Is not n very long tite. preaching; daughter and the busy Christ saM to the Duko of Hamilton, through his horse road There LAltD Western Menin .1 lev inane ucu an impres patience Fas it taught; endurance is it an' ef wo niaiSn? be even.' between chatllpagilo at five dol."Who are you?1' ho asked sharply. tlllCAUU. teacning: rv "Uiciiirts are nlV name, an' I'm lavin' busy Apostles: "Como ye apart awhile racing proclivities, in three yeas got lars a bottlo and whisky at fivo cents a sion tliutWl-- the 'evil days' ol ill health Ff)U!t Stnt and Western.. .u G5Hf , . But 'tis silent bow, no more- its measures , "That's the cha ii o am lavin' fur. . into tho desert nnd rest yourselves." And through his entire fortino of 70,000; and glass. Satan has three or four grades draw jiIj.1i they are remembered, and War- UKAI! Wheal No. - red-- .. m neru now, an i iroz. right on, off hyer till tho snow goes. Then I'm fall. U S8U No. 2 Chicago Spring breaks up. It looks goin ter see how she pans out. What's I havo observed that they who do not I will say that some of you nro being un- down which he takes men to destruction ner's nafe cureIrf umvI." Youths' Companion. ter stay till it 47'.', its 31?,-"Kd, nlr, it not necrpenry now, as at Corn No. Z of Ono man he takes up, and, through one mighty encouragin', and since I've got a vour leetle came? You ain't huntin' know how to rest do not know how to dermined by it. AVith tho b .o Onts No.2. first, to do such COiudrtUt und extensive . Spain and the t Q . of the pit, spree, pitches him into eternal darkness. advertising. A meritorious fiicdicino mU pard it won't bo so lbnesum. We kin ter striko pay gravel. What's yer name work. JOE'S ATONEMENT. 9 ft", $10 00 A NOTK OF WARNING. may the Lord God annihilate the infamous That is a rare case. Very seldom indeed ititolf after its merits are known. We pre- POKK amMess" worry through ef you don't mind run-ni- an' where yer from?" 650 I.AKO-bteBut I havo to declaro this truth today and accursed g of England and can you fiud u man who will be such a fool sent jufet evidence enough to disarm jikqv the chance terloso a, wheel." 1SAI.TIMOUK. "My name is Shade Miller, and I am that some Of our fnsbionablo watering ties and to impress the merits of the reme- Ft.Omt-Fnm- ily .?3 85 fft 4 73 .... The Cause of the Great Boom at Jim Biggins had run a good many from 'Walnut Bar. Yonder woman Is pieces are the temKral and eternal de America as that. Satan will take another man to . !U15 VIM feel to be 2 descent at an angle about dies upon new consumers. We best itto ac- G II A IN Wheat-N- o. time, nnd ho didn't my brother's wifo 'an we'ro a huntin' structlon of a grade, to a such chances in his Biggins Bar. Corn mixed "a multitude that Ho man can rnESERVE voun physical strength. our duty to do this. Hence, .. 37 ti SH 1 go further, and speak of another like that of the Pennsylvania mind taking a few moro. Tho two Onts mixed . complish oUr mision of healins thcsick.we number;" and amid the congratulations Ot k y and ue the reading article f.tylc. People won't PHOVISION'S Pork Mess .. .13 00 12 25it, and settled themor the Mount Washington tho woman broke in upon this season and tho prospect of the depart- temptation that hovers over tho wnteripg-placeA cry from struck hands ou 72' mru iiennoa- The snow was twenty feet deep on selves resolutely to their waiting game; his explanation, and Biggins gave a ure of many of you for tho country t INDIANAPOLIS. and this is tho temptation to sac shove him off, but that is very rare. When read plain testimonials.' a niau goe down to destruction Satan uick glance down the valley. Early must utter a note of warning, plain, ie8. sir. thousand aumnuiain,ui!nci the spot, and his prospects for living and so, waiting, the days went by. riflce physical xtrongth. Tho modern Bo .....$ No. 2 red 45 i not I......I of WurncrV iiiiTd nin through Wheat mixed... It took a good deal of exertion and 3 oe Was approaching with slow, weary thesda was intended to recuperate the brings him to a plane. It is almost a level. thisrlerprntvlethev iould still he ailing Corn mixed temptatill morning were worth about three nnd unmistakable. Tho first U 33 much stolid endurance to keep alive; steps. how many come Tho depression is so slight that you can und Btill impovcriHhine therabclvcs in fees Oats tion that is apt to hover in this direction physical health, and yet LOUISVILLU. cents, the night Jim Biggins struck the 4 35 wntering-place"Yonder is my pard," said Jim, but the "signs" were good their health ab- hardly see it. The man does not actually toUhuuceortsful 'practitioner.' It would Flour ANo. 1 f ! valley. He stumbled and slid down held to their location, partlyand they briskly. "Him an' me pulls together. is to leave your piety all at home. You from the because solutely destroyed Sow York and Brook- know that he is on tho down grade, and it do your soul g(,d to read the letter ol CHAIN Wheat No.S red will send the dog and cat and canary bird a 50 Corn mixed the natural trail, and finally fell ex they had no place in view for which Drapit!" little toward darkness just a thanksgiving we get from mother, grateful ........ to be cared for somewhere else; but the lyn idiots bousting of having imbibed tips only a the first mile Oats mixed Warw hich attend it is claret, and for tho perfect fetieec a oo hausted on the drift when his mo- they dare strike, but more because they He wound up with a stern command, temptation will bo to lenvo your religion twenty glasses of Congress water before little; and mess 8 33 and POHK of finding rich dijrging when and his revolver lay in lino for Shade in the room with tho blinds down and the breakfast; families accustomed to going to the second mile it is sherry, aud thetblid ner's Bale din1 when used for children, men LAl'D steam mentum no longer carried him ahead. had hopes punch, and the fourth mile it is the surprised grutilicution with which There he lay for a little vebila, tsying the snow melted and they had a chance Miller's head. jut as that individual's door bolted, and then you will come back bed at ten o'clock at night gossiping until mile it is year and impaired thumb forced back tho hammer of his in the autumn to find that it is starred and one or two o'clock in tho morning; dyspep- ale, and the fifth mile it is porter, and the and wumen of older youthful feelings reprospect to gain strength enough to mako one to Early Joe was an expert with mile it Is brandy, and then it gets vigor, tcntify ti the name means." the carbtne. stored to them by the suffocated, lying stretched ou the rug, tics, usually very cautious about their sixth more effort for shelter; for night was at bow, and they husbanded their ammuThere was an exclamation from ono stark dead. There Is no surplus of piety at health, mingling and lemons steeper nnd steeper nnd steeper, nnd the Arethetfpcood effect permanent?" hand, and to bo there until his limbs nition for an emergency. In one' way of the other men; a shrill cry from the the watering-placefrightened and says: "Oh, lei "01 all the cane of kidney, liver, urinary I never knew any and lobster solatia and cocounuts until the man gets not stiffened meant death. or another they made hif t to get along. woman, but Jim Biggius nover turned one to grow very rapid In graco at tho gastric juices lift up all their voices of me get off!" "No," says the conductor, anil female diccuHCS wchavecurcd, of two Mr wife him 1en wrcly affllte.l with "' their SMiUheiim from Infancy e tried weeks passed; the snows began to his cvo. nnd protest; delicate women "this is an express train, nnd it don't stop per cent, of them report a return It's no use," ho muttered, as he Some "Tlfn" Catskill Mountain House or Sharon lamentation to no uralL sh- - wan Grand Central Depot at disorders. Who cle can how puch a rec- remedy, bnt nervous headache, l"a""cVr,i1 "S "You tech him." ho shouted, "an' Springs or tho Halls of Montmorency. It nnd brainless young men chassezing them- until it gets to tho .swayed to and fro and looked around in melt, and still they were alone iu the a periodical ord?" o by n intermittent fever. ) that her a dazed sort of way. "Imay just as well littlo valley which they had both reached I'll scoop Shado Miller sure. You hear is generally the case that the Sabbath is selves Into vertigo aud catalepsy; thou- Smashuptonl" "What is the secret of Warner' wifocuro hurden to hrf. Finally I determined Atter 'a"eRm the Ihlnl efc me? Let's talk it over." cock my toes up and pass, in. I've done by the veriest chance. BE I'REPARED FOR TEMPTATION. permanently reaching so many eerioua dl- - She commenced k rrn wf more of a carousal than any other day, sands of men nnd women coming back bottle tho Inflammation disappeared, and or JP's Shade's lifo hung by a thread just and there are Sunday walks and Sunday from our wntering-place- s In the My friends, whether you tarry at home orders?" ther best I could. If looks goes fur "I tell yor it's spin' ter bo tho strike dried up and turned Mt and Klr.ni "& .. r tn.. j...u anything, thero ain't a white man ov a lifetime," said Biggins, as they sat then for with another scream tho wo- rides and Sunday excursions. Elders and autumn with the foundations laid for which will be quite ns safe nnd perhaps iuuhuihiuu. Tl.A bruhed tnera on "" "1 will explain tov uu :11...1..4 ""bt 'u:p..""1;v: Plymouth, l'a., has been l soae arid V, within a hundred miles of hyer; and I'm together in the sunshine one afternoon. man sprang forward. of deacons and ministers of religion, who are ailments that will last them all their lifo quite as comfortable or go into the coun- little town of for hevcral months because cc'heveryaprancc a the di a hiid. H hMdachea la soft and white Biggins did not shoot. An instant entirely contented at home, sometimes long. You know ns well as I do that this try, arm yourself against temptation. Tha clean done out, 'thout an idea 'thin "In another week we kin git ter work, carelessly poisoned! a hundred miles o whar I be," an' ef wc don't find color tho iirst try I later he saw tho chango in Shade when tho Sabbath dawns on them at Niag- is the feimple truth. In the summer you grace of God is the only safe shelter Thowater upply liver nre tho Bourecs of, S?rVbotcof b.sT& worth a thouksnd tirnc, Iw kidney and Miller's face and knew that ho was safe. ara Falls or tho White Mountains take say to your good health: "Good-byHe stared around him as ho spoke, can't read signs." lam whether in town or country. There are disease, in raid. If polluted ruoWSt. i.nl,t.i11w..,mlu-- l byV 7.vrrv Petroli. Si leh .Maylfi.lSSa. nnd accessible to all of us. ..ii ius uiw "Ef wo had ther tools," interposed Ho turned and looked southward, just their day to themselves. If they go to going to have a good time for a little while; watering-place- s shivering, feeble, scarcely able to sec a jror aaie uy au arusRiM. i""" feu i THE SWIFT SPKCIFIC CO , una rod in apy direction. Nevertheless, the Joe. not half so enthusiastic "I've in timo to see Early Joe stumblo and the church it is apt to bo a sacred I will be a cry glnd to see you again in the You can not open a book of the Bible with organ i aiiectcu, Drawer 3. tlant.ia. to treat threatens cxery one txio pure grit that had pulled Jim Biggins knowed men ter throw up after diggin' fall, dropping from his arms a little parade, and the discourse, instead of being nutumn." Then iu tho autumn, when you out finding out some such watering-placI wa nearly dead my-eUuiself promptly through, so many tight places did not a week; an' ther next galloot lit right bundle that rolled over and over and a plain talk about the soul, is apt to are hard at work in your ollice or store or Fountains open for sin and unclcanliness. extreme kidney dibeiue, but what i Good Health will Wells of solvation. desert him now, and onco satisfied that on a pocket jet whar they'd left oft". then sprang up and showed itself to be bo what is called a crock sermon that N, shop or counting-rooStreams from Leb- nowof afo cure cured me, and I Warner' "Good-byI am going." anon. A flood struck out of the rock by know it ii the only remedy in the world a child. there was no likelihood of any settle- What kin we do?" some discourse picked out of the effusions come in nnd say: "Mamma!" said the child, just as it of the year ns the one most adapted to You say: "Where are you going?" "Oh," Moses. Fountains in the wilderness dis that can cure such disorders, lor i ineu .j "We kin be diggin' out a bowl with ment being near, he blundered on in search of a moro protected spot where our knives, an' ef it looked ez, though was snatched up, and then there was a excite ndmlration; nnd in thoso churches, says Good Health, "I am going to take a covered by H8gnr. Wnter to drink nnd everything eW in vain. Cured by it botiyht it nnd, from a sense of duty, ho might pass the night. there were pa' dirt 'round I'd throw singular hurrati, and doubtless Early from the way the ladies hold their fans vacation." It is a poor rule that will not water to bathe in. Tho river of God, Chance, was good to him. Before he sand with my lingers. O, don't you git Joseph was in no immediato danger you know that they nr not so much im- work both ways, and your good health which is full of wnter. Water of which if presented it to the world. Only by resioring the kidneys and liver can disease leave had gone half a dozen rods ho stumbled down in ther mouth. Ther's big money from that crowd. Wells the blond and the system." will loavo you choleric and splenetic and npnan drink he shall never thirst. pressed with the heat ns with the Early Joseph was pretty hard hit; among the branehos of an overturned fur us hyer, sure." of A celebrated sanitarian physician once features. Four exhausted. You coquetted with your of water In tho valley of Baca. Living tree, and following the trunk up he nnd your fountains of water. A pure river of water, said to me: "The secret of the wonderful "Fur somebody, mebbc; but luck but it was not altogether tho wound puny souls Ftnnd in tho organ loft and good health in the summer-tim- e good health is coquetting with you in the as clear as crystal, from under the throne succct.- - of Warner's safe cure is thatit is found a hollow caused by the bulging never comes my way. Ef it can't do and loss of blood that made him grow squall n tune that nobody knows, nnd sovereign over all kidney, Ms er and urinnry acA fragment of Paul's charge of God. These nro tho watering-place- s roots that had been torn from the any wnss for mo. it'll send Shade Mi'.ler white again to the lips as he looked up with $2,000 worth of diamonds on winter-timground. On one side was, a wall of along tcr throw mo cold. I feel it in and saw the face of tho man that was the right hand drop a cent into the to tho jailer would bean npproprinte in- cessible to all of us. We do not havo a discnoe, which primarily or secondarily make up Ihc majority of human ailments. bending over him. snow, on the other the wall of matted mv bones." IN SICKNESS. INVALUABLE nnd then the benediction is pronounced scription for the hotel register in every Inborious packing up lefore we start-o- nly Like all great diccovpries it is remarkably "Pugsey Miller!" ho said at last. "Do thyself no harm." roots and dirt, with just a little opening Biggins had noticed that his partner the throwing away of our transgreshowel complalnta. nnd the farce is ended. Tho toughest thing watering-placsimple." InalIcacof dysentery or any the dietetic It la be adopted aa "That's my name, old man. I didn't I ever tried to do was to be good at a sions. No oxtensivo hotel bills to pay; it at tne top, tnrough which he wormed had been gloomy for a day or two, but The house of H. II. Warner k Co. Kldpe's Food should neutral in ita action npoo the FERTILE in domestic infelicities. tMTfoctlynafe. being money ami without price." No fl.in.lM tlewriedly high in Rochester, and it Umrlp, and caM.y aitmt!fltcd Moreover.lt wlllb himself and sank down with a sigh he asked no questions, .'and he aked go out of the damp, and 1 wasn't mora watering- - place. Another temptation hovering around is "without is rertumly matter of congratulation that, retained where cvcrythlngclselaua. none now, only lrying,tp mako him than half hurt. Tho boys were a littlo upon a bed of leaves. long and dusty travel before we got there. Tho health of n great many people makes o is to tho formation of hopeful vievvlbf tho out too previous. And hero" you've saved nu annual visit to homo mineral spring an tho wntenng-jilnc- g away. In California merit ha been recognized all over tli WILHOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE TONIC He heard the wind without howling take a more unhasty nnd alliances. Tho water It is only one step wtirld, and that this walked nround qualifiedly deserved. succes has been ns though at his escape, but it droned look, which, indeed, looked brijiht my kid for me. Shako, pard! How absolute necessity; but, my dear people, in fivo minutes I A warranted cure lor an aneaaea . rm Pen Point. are responsible for more of the did you do it?" nil bubbling up, nnd away into a gentle, lulling hum, and enousn to inni cancd hy malarial poisoning of tnko your Bible nlong with you, and take domestic infelicities of this country than and saw ten fountains the blood.iicUas Chilli andFeTtr. "I struck ther trail ov before long he ceased to hear it at all. "I hadn't orter o'amedjim cither,'' are worn longer in July hour for secret prayer every day, all other things combined. Society is m thoy were nil different. And in fivo minnn Paxtalooxs FeTer and Ague. San Talnf. Dumb Ho was sleeping the sleep of exhaustion. continued Joe. speaking aloud, but copper skins that I knew hod been up though you be surrounded by guffaw and nrlillcial there that no ture judgment of utes I cau go through this Bible parterre than in June. Columbia. Spectator. Chills. Intermittent. Itemittent, devilment, an' I follervd on, saturnalia. Keep holy the Sabbath, though fountbright, sparkling When he awoke the sun was shining more to himself than lo his partner. ter some IMIod and all other FeTen cauaed TiiKlcprous dlstllmcnt. whoo effect character can ba formed. Those who nnd find you fifty by malaria. It la also the safest brightly, well up in the heavens, and he Pugsey Miller ".r a good littlo man; an' wiped 'em out, an' got ther boy. they denounce you ns n bigoted Puiitan. form companionships amid such circum- ains, bubbling up into eternal life healing Holdssuch nn enmity w ith btood-o- r man, Tliat.swlltasqulcksllver.itcourscsthrouKh and best cure for enlarged Spleen was feeling very much better than he a heap sight too good ter go outer (her Now, count my checks fur me. I'm Stnud off from those institutions which stances go into n lottery where there nre nnd therapeutic. A chemist will go to ono j no natural gates ami iuh-j- ui mu uuuj. iFerer CakeV General Debility nnd take had imagined would be possible. He wet in a squabble over the. ksards an' startin' over ther range." of these summer watering-place- s propose to imitate ou this hide the water twenty blanks to ono prize. In the severe Neuralgia. KTForSatebyaUDniEBtoU. to become "barked j nnd tell you that nnd cause the skin with vilcanU loawi- - j andPertodlc F. HEELER, Hroo., wnicago, had burrowed down among tho leaves, he a family man. too." the water and nnnlyzo it, the iniquities of Baden Baden. Let your CHAS. most lazar-hkBut Early Joe didn't go. after all. moral nnd immortal health keep pace with tug of life youU wantn more than glitter and it contains so much of iron nnd so much of about,crust." Such nre tne enccta oi "How war it, Joe? Slcbbo it would and the close quarters kept the heat in some where the splash. Lite not He revived again, grew strong, heard your physical recuperation, and remember lime nnd so much of fairly well, and though ho was stifl do yer heart good tcr tell ther story."' nnd morbid bile, the only antidote decides the step and bow and soda and so much of "Yer kin b lieve me er not, Jim, but how the little squad of Indians had that nil tho waters of Ilawthorno and sul music nnd graceful swing of long trail magnesia. I come to this Gospel well, this for which is to cleanse and regulate tho enough from his tramp the day before, prnuce, the principal trouble was the gnawing it war him ez started ther racket. He stolen Miller's child, probably through phur and chalybeate springs can not do can make up for strong common sense. living fountain, nnd nnnlyzo the water, liver nn office admirably pcrlormed by Discovery.' 1 war goiu' ter make ther pats the a who you so much good as tho mineral, healing, You might as well go among the intlucnco of in his stomach, which demanded to be knowed and I find that its ingredients are pence, Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical d Til on 'em, an' he palmed three aces right wanted revenge; how the little party perennial Hood that breaks forth from the Is ns rd by thmuaads orHnt elan Manniaerarrrs satisfied. yachts of a summer regatta to pardon, forgiveness, hope, comfort, life, work. FUeeiw OVER recent Cincinnati candle fire the nd Mwhn:c en thrfr bt At the He lay quiet for a few moments to on top when he made ther cut. I didn't had followed on and lost the trail tho "Bock of Ages." This may be your last find war vessels as to go among the light Heaven. "Ho, every one that thirsteth, loss wna $100,000. It seems wicked. GOLD MEDAULoixlon.'Jn. noouncm'-srlrnlordrmlrrwhoaosni' I6O0 Crowd . i come ye" to this watering-placgather his wits fully about him, and drop to it till I found what orter bin his preceding day, and htd almost given summer. If so, mako it a fit vestibule of spray of tho Miuimer watering-plac- e to wnaflteJe sumps for 6AM PLE CAN rQCC IM.T9W Bethesda this morning. 0,J Men, Head This. my hand, an' I'd straddled up hope, nnd'how tho boy was making Heaven. then stuck his head, out of the opening. keards in rnify". Tonne find chnrncter that can stand the test of around this tail Cemeat Cfl.)GIoscStff,Hi3. you troubled, you dy-- J The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., It is uncertain what tho tur cap that his blind, an' "it war straight poker, an' much moan for him. And then Mrs. THE HOUSE ASH the great btrugglo of human life. Ah, in you sick, you lame,this Bethesda. Step in offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltai- c Miller kissed him before them all, and Furrounded his cranium most looked I knowed he had aces full. Another temptation around nearly nil tho battlo of life you want a stronger ing, crowd around The nngel of the cov Belt and other Electkic Appliances like, but at any rate the moment it "Then I sot howling mad, and he said he was the best man in the world, our watering places is the it! Ob, step in it! weapon than a lace fan or a croquet mal on trial for30 days, to men (young or old) emerged, "zip!" came an arrow that pulled an' 1 pulled; an I war a little if he had tried to kill her husband, nnd business. We nil admire the horse. Thero let Tho load of li.eis so heavy that In enant this morning stirs the water! Why nfHicted with nervous debility, loss of vitalCOLLAR went through his cap and grazed his ther quicker, an when ther boys saw that he should get well, or they would needs to bo a redistribution of coronets order to draw It you want a team stronger do you not step in it? Some of you are too ity and all kindred troubles. Also many othweak to take a step In that direction. ther cold meat they wanted tcr jump all die there, wa ting for him. sKuii so sharply as to draw blood. OS? AMI I.nATHER. ages the ono made up of a masculino grassarms of our er diseases. Complete restoration to health, So they stayed there for a whilo and among the brute creation. For beasts. I than Injuns, by hokey!" exclaimed Jim. me, an' I got I tell yer, Jim, ef we do NO MOHB SORB and cure hopper aud a feminine butterfly. If there Then we take you up in the lion has been called the king of vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk In- It will positively prevent cliadrc JTECKS.sore unin a tone of dismay as be tumbled back make a strike, I'm goiu' ter send a the snow went oil, and they found enre community that excites closing prayer, and plunge you clean be curred, as CO days' trial is allowed. Write "Wither". Horsu can bcworWed title,monry la pernnd put the crown is any man iu fected, llarnc colors in the first bank full of knock off its coronet every way nobler, my contempt,the the cure may into his burrow and felt for his sole powerful big nest egg ter Pugsey's and that ought to ex- der the wave, hoping that as with Captain them atonce for illustrated pamphlet, free. eatlsOedafterSHlarmakers wlnn refund pel Tad If not Urge in sure to trial, kid. See ef I gravel they seriously tested, and after ujon the horse, aud as radical weapon, a navy revolver, belted over widder, fur her an' ther enough. JEXTKIt CURTIS, Mu.ll.on, wis. whether iu shape or spirit or sagacity or cite the contempt of every man and as sudden who, blotched and carbuncled, waters-pou- t precede a raging Does a their claims were "all staked oft", part Naaman, his hip. "It won't take long to finish don't." woman, is the or or usefulness. ? X. l.Mau. LADYAGEMTSraSK "That's right, Joe; an' I'll go anoth- went back to carry the news, while intelligence affection a favorite ot the fop, who,itperfumed until the air is actually stepped into the Jordan, and after the , this trip," he continued. "If I go out Ah the Bible makes empliijrment anil cood salary seventh dive came up, bis skin roseate Til get shot, and if I stay in I'll starve. er. We're working fur the widder an' Shade Miller stayed with Jim and Joo ones, suffering Yocno mbs or middle-apesenilis; Qnreii City hltlrt and and sick, spends his summer in taking killing complexioaed as tho flesh of a little child. horse, the patriarch and the prophet NUcUlnsiiiptorter.SampI orphun now, an' it orter bring us luck. to hold the fort. Hit or mis, they've got me sure." from nervous debility nnd kindred weakand apostlo stroking bis attitudes and waving sentimental adieus, cutn fi r. Address Cincinnati And the foregoing is tho of nesses should semi three letter stamps for O. It never struck hini that be might Let's begin a bowl right away. We kin the circumstances which tmc storytho tho evangelist patting his rounded neck, and talking inflnitessimal nothing, and Supenuer sleek hide and illujnitedbooksuecesting sure means of led to fix one up outer bark ter make ther try have been mistaken for an animal of WARNED OF DEATH'S CALL. finding his heaven in the set of a lavender cure. Address World'sMcdical Association, A MONTH ASnBOAKDforTnBEE boom at Biggins' Bar; tho diggins, and tenderly lifting his exquisitely formed kid glove; boots as tight as an inquisition; some kind, until he heard light foot- with. lncachconnty. $65 lire YouiiRMeniirLadlea CO.. 1'lilladelphla.AdEarly Joe seemed to. feel somewhat after all, not being called after the hoof and listening with a thrill toin the two hours of consummate skill exhibited .Strange Story of a New York Farmer Who Buffalo, X. Y. dress P. W ZIKGLKKi in the snow outside, and then a steps champ of his bit, so nil great natures all Arranged AH Details or UU Own FuHome rulers women. Burlington Free. long pole was run in with the evident relieve'd after his confession, and by the original finder. N. I. World. TICTC Oil. TUKE fOf.OKS. Sets. ages have spoken of him in encomiastic in the tie of a flaming cravat; his converPress. neral. time the early twilight came was in bet intention of stirring him out. vi clans Cabinrt. 4.1 rta. mloz.: TardSS L eta. a doz. II. L. l'.OSS. 1216 1'Jdgc Ave, lnlla.. Fa. sation made up of "Ahs!" and "Ohs!"and terms. IS. V. Special. FASHION NOTES. He fired promptly, and the shot was ter spirits than lie nau ieen tor a week, PiKK'8TooTHACHEDRorscurelnlmlnute3c would take five hundred of It There is a delusion abroad in the world .. ...,! CwKiheulsand beautifies. 25c. i answered by a yell," whether of pain or in spite of the fact that their larder, Some Fnthlonahln Intelligence Valley Cottage is a station on the West from tho that a thing muse be necessarily good and them stewed down to make a teaspoonful EDUCATIONAL never too well furnished, was getting midway between Nyack Geiiman Cons ItEJiovEii kills Corns a Bunions. Shore Railroad, uismay ne coma not ten, dui immejelly. There is one counterCity of Ilrotherlr Love. Christian if it is slow and dull and plod- of calf . Ciame had grown Xjt.m If yoa want to become Tel- John Ryder was the diately afterwards he heard a few hasty suspiciously low. ft girl baby.-Sun- Chicago UUIIK fwlC?ll ritriiph Operators, and A family Irtplacoof whito collars and cuffs, ding. There are very good people who part to such a man as that, and that is the and Rockland Lake. in the place. On June scarce and shy. Though they were not man steps and then all was silent. be guaranteed employ ment,&ddress P.w.ltrw.Ai1a.O. most prominent frothy young woman at the watering-nlncHe kept silent, too. He was in a at ell particular as to what came into velvet bands encircle the wrists and seem to imagine it is humbly pious to her conversation is mado up of 11 Mr. Ryder died after prophesying for drive a spavined, galled, glandered, trap from which there was no exit with- their deadfalls, or fell to their arrows, it neck; these have more of novelty than days that June 11 would lie his last jade. French moonshine; what she has on her threeon earth. Mr. Ryder was a wealthy out presenting a fair mark to an unseen was growing harder to keep the mill of beauty to recommend them. Ordinary spring-halte- is not so Interview Your Druggist, only equaled by what she has on her day much virtue in a Uosinante bead life mrindinir. enemy. a high ofllcial in tho Methodist crepe lisse and lace frilling are out of There is as there in a Bucephalus. At the rate back; useless ever since she was born and farmer audRockland Lake. He was seventy-As this reporter is doing, and said Joe, just before date and continue to be replaced bv What was his surprise to hear a some people drive Elijah with his horses of to be useless until she is dead; and what Church at he Vvill tell you some curious voice in good mining-cam- p English ex- he closed his eyes for slumber. "I'll many novelties. Bands of cream years old, but his ruddy cheek and world I six they will do with her in the next take a tramp down South. Ef we don't things. For instance, claiming: shaped somewhat like upright fire would have taken three weeks to get set her upon the clear eye gave no indlcatioa of approach be starved outer hyer linen collars, embroidered in crovs into Heaven. We want swifter horses and do not know, except to look sbaqi we'll "Say, you! who's in thar?" eternity to ing dissolution. On Tuesday, Juno 0, he j banks of the River of Life for nnd Jim Biggins! Efyou're a white man yet; an' I don't wan't ter give ther spot stitch, with rod and blue ingrain cotton swifter menof Godswifter enterprises, nnd look sweet I God intends us to admire called his latniiy arounu mm ami bcuk a the church needs to get off its jog till we see what ther shotv are." what'n thunderyou mean pluggin' away away or silk, are the latest. Theso are very fair faces and graceful step; servant after the farm hands, mean"All right. 1'llstavan' watch ther stylish. Bands ot colored satin, just trot. Quick tempests, quick lightnings, music and the heartlessness and the infla- while preserving a calm demeanor. When at me? Ef you ain't white I'll eive vou is a perfectly genuine medicine; but amid imkM? k just theliveliestshakeupyou ever heard claim." appearing above tho dress collar and quick streams; why not quick horses? but there ore plenty of fantastic influences of our all had assembled he said, in deep, Is But we do not thinktnatjhe beauty or tion and tho WJnV! inchester below the sleeves, arc fashionable, In tho morn about the timo I get my ' volver in HP teH and watering-placebeware how you pressive tones: "My friends, my time Sarsaparillas in the marketn slung over his bacJc?il his bow in his bands of gauze, threaded with gold or speed of the horse should bo cultured at modern g ETm.raHRia' order." drawing nigh. But two days more and I covenants. the expense ot human degradation. Horsemako that have no Sarsaparilla about received a on that, pard. I'm white from hand. Early Joe set OI1LT0 n his huntinj; silver, are very becoming to the face. Shake shall not be with you. I have 1 them except the name. baneful literature. the ground up. Come out an' let's size expedition; while Jim" Biggins loafed The most styl.sh collars and cutis are races in olden times were under the baifof death." Turning Christian people, and in our day the same temptation that will hover over warning and it portends "Harness up my Another each ether up. I didn't s'pose there war about or in their rude retreat, whiling cut with square ends. Plain dark red have been in the Dru? business, in I to a farm hand ho said: is that of baneful litaway the time as best he could. was ones are worn with house dresses. institution has come up under fictitious the watering-place- s Lowell, for thirty year, and sell more. of a white man 'thin fifty mile." names. And it Is called a "summer meet- erature. Almost every ono starting off for horse and buggy." When the vehicle Ayer's Sarsaparilla than of all othpr SarIt did not seem at all strange when Striped, spotted and Prudently retaining his hold on his collars ready he sprang in unassisted and drove almost suggestive some reading saparillas combined. Being thoroughly revolver Biggins crawled out a good evening came without his partner; but arc all worn; some of those of red or ing," exercises. And it isof positive relig- the summer takes the library or matter. to tho buryiug ground and marked off ious off the of familiar with the analyst- of this medideal more rapidly than when he went as one nour after another passed he be- gray linen have bands of gold tinsel cultural fair," suggestive called an "agri- It is a book outbought of the boy hawking the spaco in which he wanted to be of every thing bookstand, or cine, and knowing the care and skill emin, and found himself in the presence of gan to grow uneasy. stitched upon them, which arc dressy at this improving dispatched a in the art offarmnig. books through the cars. I really believe buried. Driving home he g ployed in its composition, I am certain "He ain't no kitten, Joo ain't," he and effective. The tinsel is easily reorman, who held a a tall, But under these deceptive titles ore the thero is moro pestiferous trash read among servant for a lawyer. He also it contain1? nothing that could not be knife between his teeth, and a bow and said to himself, "anil don't guess what moved when the linen needs washing. same bring an undertaker. cheating and the same betting and tho intelligent clnsses'Sn July and August dered tho man to recommended by the most scrupulous phyer happened, but anyhow it's Handkerchiefs are very show' and are might measarrow is his hands. the same drunkenness and the same vaga- than fn all the other ten months of the The undertaker came aud jokingly sician. It I made of the true Honduras At sight of each other all suspicion queer, an' ef he don't git back afore sold to match the cuffs "and collars. bondage and the same abominations that year. Men and women w ho at home would ured the old gentleman. "Now, give me Sarsaparilla. and of other blood purifiers, mornin' I'll hev ter.teke up ther trail Yellow in all shades still remains were to teened to be dispelled. They put away your bill, I want to pay it now," he said be found under the old g not be satisfied with a book that wns not to the undertaker. The surprised underthe best known to medical science, and Is popular. their weapons and had a handshake that myself." system. I never knew a man yet who rea ly sensible I found sitting on hotel a grand specific In chronic cases, such as But when morning came there was Silk hose in pale creams, blues, pinks could give the old was all the more cordial for tho danger and himself to tho pleasures of the piazzas or under the trees reading books taker obeyed with reluctance down. The ErjMpcIas, Kidney SerofulsT still no Joseph, and, having partaken of and in black are to bo worn with turf for a long reach of that each had put the other in a few timo nnd not bo the index of which would make them bluhh gentleman paid the money D!eascs. and troubles of the Stomach and M his simple breakfast, Bi" nns was iust slippers and low-cbefore. shoes this season. battered in morals. They what the book lawyer came and a will was drawn up, Sarapariilas ,are Liver. 3Iany Buttons for lawns and other wash spanking team and put on hook up tneJr if they knew that yoa knew must have in- aud after the instrument iad been signed "Any grub?" was the query of Big- about starting out ii thc'cllrection taken their sporting-enpan- d was. "Oh," they say, "you sucn oniy in name: uiev uu w. miu gins, after this operation had been per- by his pard, wheahe was startled at dresses are more ornamental than they his light their cigar and take the tellectual recreation." Yei. There is no he invited the lawyer to come tolaw-vparticle of the real medicinal Sarapnrilk formed. hearing footsteps. have been. The reins and dash down tho road toperdition. need that yon tako aloiw; into a watering funcrnl and act ns root. Geo. C. O'good. 31. I)., Druggist, "Sich ez it is," was the answer. "I A great many jetted Souavo jackets Tho grtat day at Saratoga luuEhinsly assented, thinking it was Looking out he saw four men coming Copyrighted. Merrimack, cor. Suffolk its., Lowell,Mas. "Hamilton's Metaphysics," or some and LoUc place ain't much fur a t, but I'll let yer down tne valley. At least he judged are now worn with black silk and satin Branch and Cape May and nearly ajj hut n whim of his old client. On the fol For all disorders of the Blood, use tne thunderous discourse on tho eternal iB oh ther ground floor. Yer see, I'm that they were all old armhis hasty skirts. They are only becoming to other watering-place- s is the day 0f the en from or "Faraday's Philosophy." There low ing day Mr. Ryder sat in his the night lest hyer. an' I've bed awful tough times; glance at their olotii'n v. thouch when slight, graceful figures. races. The hotels are thronged; ensy books that are good. You chair on tho veranda. During Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Ma. 8old by DruggisU. rrice fl; alx bottla, 5. New shoes have the uppers of dark, every kind of equipage is taken up &earlr are mauywell say: "I piopose now to give following he got up several times, and his bat ef you've rot any forty-hv- e cart- they came near k was easily seen that might ns or maroon leather. They uimusbiauuious price; ana mere are a ridges thiags '11 begin ter bloom agin. tho smallest of the four was a woman. walking through the fnmily heard him utanv a little rest to my digestive organs, and I've a- WwoHester, bat it ain't bin no In his usual place in the Biggins was startled enough at the are for walking purposes. m!nillnr vcUU reiteetnhln instead of eating heavy meat and vege- house. He was rood stace I run outer ammunition, an' first Theso people came steadily on, his usual Byron collars of "solid" jet, with two and gamblers and libertines and I will for a littlo while take morning nnd appoared to be Inhis family tables - ef J heda't fixed up Incut fashion I'd a with the strengthfei0n(ring to those scarfs of beaded net to tie below tho men and flashy women. The bar- lighter food a little strychnine and a few health. Toward noon he called rose nirh teratarvin . who have lately twteL 'Thev did not throat are made to wear with black tender stirs up the brandy-smasaround him, saying: "My friends, I am The grains of ratsbane." Literary oison in I'm clean starved a'ready, but look like proapsotwe either. but like dresses. ' all and God bless ;oing now. Good-b- y bets run high. The greenhorns, suppo--j is as bad as literary poison in DeAugust Jl k'iiToa4 yer ap with blue pills an' Swiss girdles, pointed above and be- all Is fair, put in their moneys,,- men in search 'wlfji t,.0;i which, once Do not let the frogs you." He then lay back in h s cember. Mark that. power. You, bet I hung outer found, they woriirSilow to the cry low the waist, both in front and behind, enough to lose it. Three weeks before printing-pres- s and gazing tenderly at his family gently PeilMely sre BUlausnwa. and all LTVEK and BOWZI. Ctimplatota. JCAIOSIA. the and the lice of a corrupt BLOOD POISON, and Skin JMaeaaea OKE PIU. A DOSE. yor Jemale OompUlBta t&eaa JiUa wbea I Joud wher I war coaaim' Willi. are made entirely of jet beads. race takes place the struggle is deajjj jump and crawl into your Saratoga trunk closed his eyes. His lip3 moved in prayer, no I nnd IHrini Talnable Cathartic and 14 "r PHI. Dr. T. M. Palmer. Xoutlcalw. Jrl hava say equal. ' ' practice I one oo other. J. Uennlscn, DflWitt, lows." Sold ererywhrepT wst tr New wkar's yer beefsteak an' Black lace jackets are revived, and and the men in the secret know on which or White Mountain valise. Would it uot and onca again be opened his eyes aad "In As Jim Bi OO.. SOSTO V, HAM. Valuable lalarmatlou mMiX for is ta. in ataxaps. a hunted man I. S. JOHNSOX fejBMP" the first poseibr vttt suggested itself are now made of piece lace cut with steed to bet their money. The two & on be an awful thing for you to bo struck smiled, and again the eyelids closed and , vrbi way pard. Yoa wara'tlook-!'- " was tnat they www thought darts and side forms, precisely as the horses riding around long befW)) flaWnrm Treated and cared toUiekJte R. U. with lightning some day when you had in all was still. Those around him r him. Bcxifeontwatmertaeatlree. AMrw bo was sleeping, but when they called hira d iTery close er you'd smoked The second roTHAT ' hand one of these hliu that basques are. One of the prettiest of ranged wbi should beat. Leaning fy, your vinced Sfr they were atl French thread net has live deep po nts tho stand or the carriage are ma a , mancesthe hero a Parisiun roue, the be did not answer. He was dead. Mrv Lorillard's Clfaatt ftug rs. ijcsmiKs " WHbowt "Imitatiea Birgins followed UMllRfS WiHt Saturday, all bis de (if few and on its edge, covered with lace, laid in womon so absorbed In tho struggle i heroine an unprincipled flirt chapters in itydcr wns burid on ad been WrlBf redMMtftufr that W AN la aud muscle and ructtlo that thy hfe Muriyirti frk4 and waa rajettt no: read to yom .iW and iequat Mo religiously fvl j fair. Aoeai Jai acordion pleats. A palm leaf ofJet LHI . BKi uu ianilH WMKX tVRIYt5 the boo & yu would bnadr-- deilftf eD for aay m ahora. ach polnti-f!k- Ai TimH. putt hwvest P JBW t"""'i""fr vMV WW JBr "w KV) wHfc iRT tkt fiekttfctt i NHMHMkl ifeliirva t tkt rate ct ft A H l. "I c "1i t " .,V-ep 1 The Hickman Courier. But might they ndt bo after Early tkat tho way over the ftoeca crust wai TARE A VACATION; not at all difficult The stranger had es- Joe? The idea seemed ridiculous, for tablished his winter quarters under an WalnUt Bar lay a good hundred and overhanging rook, iaIroat of which, fifty miles to the north, according to Exhaustive Labor Calls for "sea11 had been tho most definite statement that Joo sons of Best. and at each end a ruda had given of his wanderings. Never- carry off tho PLAGUE-STRICKE- N pocket-book- s " Alt"n x, - liig-gins- ." - at hnlf-bake- d ht s. - 1 l - 1 X -, Colii-inati- dj horse-rdcin- onfS l. 1 ed soa-Khbr- e. wuter-Jng-pluc- eS Q ten-pi- 1 all-tire- world-wid- e .3 '-- 6onf:-rvltuo- JiHMKi -- pjflaJ Mlll.l af rt-i- l - i . bull-flgh- ts a bear-baitin- ............... u' horse-racin- 1 ... coal-chu- te s, rail-trac- car-ne- st s, ! ice-crea- ECZEMA! lSSSnfib J" St s. j J ! I plague-stricke- n '. e; well-bein- .v' uu-c- e. lf e, my-Fclf- .'l f pictur-esquene- ss half-disclos- ed nor-shiiK.- e. poor-bo- x, e: 1 life-lon- ing-plac- es , half-a-doze- n s c, bill-roo- ois-cas- ed lialt-bree- u gayly-painte- IF PAGES LIQUID CLUE S-I2- -f y e. HORSE-KACI.N- the horse-racin- g BOSS 1 1 P ft P ZI-X- half-a-doz- en soft-hande- d, soft-head- ed rain-storm- d wm O "He-hees- !" ot cri-s- is . .. e: d, blind-stagger- "To-morrow- ." eta-min- e, Ayer's Sarsaparilla 1 s, life-lon- self-color- ed - gaunt-lookin- horse-racin- Sall-Kheu- mo-Ben- ts ut pall-beare- r. er lay-ou- de-mp- s. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. tan-color- - nen-nl- t. ed "A' h. per-VpaJei- ve arm-chai- r, PARSONS' AWARE .SK .BW -- PILLS W ?&. paper-covere- -- 4 -- mm nr-rit-' - -- r ,!: 58S - - : T- -' afy?" ' v5v.- r rcsf-- RK J L' i&JLA -- ...- i .T TSSJLrfFntattf -. . .S3 .1 V3. ..'U -! - .:- - 'v- - 4 ' Jrn :'? v MtMWMMgf' ?IHEPfVk" "Tk. SPWVTir' HEl jWHWW ij-j- tw LOCAL NEWS. - City $iurlial, tifln. " We arc authorized to unnoiiawfl. C. TUDt'B, ns a'cntfi'tatf for the cfBde of "For Ciej rlxrslsai. aomo nan uiooa wan nrotrsiill in Hickman, Saturday hi tween some white and sji orcd poonlc. winch miht suited in scttauG blood k UIS IHiHl tm we can get had ue jnst fwui tn fet, and was nearly smi WIUCH HUIH l cimismN joy. 1 CITY ITEMS. A lot cf H kinds of JUii, Kfttfal Petov SUlftg iJeans, !' i Wr fi1? ji t..f0, . i m ( ? n Work- ,- t the induing August tele' ApplMaadF8liuglat Ton. ... m. wh& imii s ffl V V f r The telegraph office in to be moved to tho Bast Hickman depot. Mr. Aco Kirebro, living in the Ldtcu ijrocinctj had Site mitre stolen from him Saturday night last. Tho express office ie to bo moved to the East Hickman Depot. This will injuro the express bnsinoss. SLt John Ilellnor, of tho E. T. Ya. & Ga. Railroad, is visiting Hickman for two weeks rest and ro creation. Mr. Bonnie Mcintosh, late of AYm. Barr's house, St. Louis, is visiting his old Hickman home and friends. Mnstors Willio Strong and Tschudi Swaync, of Hickman, aro to attend tho Yandcrbilt college of pharmacy, this fall. W. A. Honson, dentist, will be in Hickman next wcok ; all who" wish dental work done can find him at Laclodo Hotel. Mr. F. E. Case's residonco on Cumberland Stroet, is nearing completion, and will bo quito an ornament to that part of town. caused by miHapprehci srarerotod talk, and to g oflate G( pont. IVopEe. rent n n ti ;. God bey, the evaugelistssststed J. W. H0CEB8'. jzt Mt IB Kl sa " . whisky on tho partof au:. uity Marshal hail oecnuoii refit a young man who hal drunk, on the sidewalk, being sick from tho dii .vomited very profusely an unpleasant duty dcvolv on tho Marshal, and he nslc or two white men near bv sist him, but each polite! to bo exousou ueeanse t was ot sueitan unpleasant Tho Marshal then askod a man to help him, and he to to bo oxottsed; but, the Mapbal needing help, rather ordejgf tll colored man to tako hoItLffihich ho did, saying, "If I havfto I have to." Tho colored man assisted tho Marshal a shof distance, when he was rqlicva&by a white policeman. This tw -- minds of some white men already excited, and as it sprep.dProw jrreatlv distorted and cd. have th5t!PKrfiyi from lIlC cl,oaPMt to the very best A JN D S IB VV uI The idea spread truth that we have the beat SIE3ICDIE1 for wcro arresting whito "J E33. Xtjfeuy of &nn7 merchant in Hickman. Every pair of those men end women 1P. -f I'i'.4;.. that uaaver been sold by variety. Oar stock should be see to be SETOBS tinir thorn in tho calaboose, payinp an to Warranted appreciated. -In While and lied Netting , White Goods, Mulls, Lacce, Embroideries others for aby the Manufacturer; dontbe hnmbuKRcd into Durability extortionate price fit; nndNeatncss of that the ouicors SIE3ZOIB that can'1 oucli oura for Style,you will be convinced Aixxaxdee 4 Maxwbh.. that what &c, we have a large and elegant line. but come to U3 and buy one pairaa an experiment, and the colored men and when they get tnero, wo have EaiJ are facts. THE LOWEST PMCE HOUSE INHIICKllAN, Wc re still oifering t!ie following very rare Bargains: that colored men wero makmr hear,and women are shouting anil Thc plae to Bittnd your Cash at, men PLADT BRO'a & CO. threats as to what they would do me:! and women who uevcr shoutwith whito men, ScjiAH this ed before. a Dr. J. X. Smoot, a promlnont All kiada of Disinfectants Chloriik of an uuueccssary physician of Fulton, who wont to sorved to build up it islsaid that ThecvanerelistU preaching no Lima, bulpiiHte of Iron, Carlwlic Acid, 31c 5c for worth Texas a short time since for tho excitement, toand doctrine, but to many of this Chloride ef Soda. For sale at 3,5TOyds Printed Lawns 111 i COWGlLL'STDrag Store. mon begau organize mob to now and generation who have been rllrti 2 S3! a 3 5c a benefit of his health, died in that break open tho calaboosp and turn day Dress Prints, nice Styles, u 5'oS " yard wide Brown Sheeting in a different school of 5 GJc it State on July 1st. SSon': forget that Salmon's & Haae the inmates loose. Mon who wcro oducated thought, his methods apit " religious 5 71c Gingham Checks Cliolora remsdios are guaranteed to Thoroistobo a barbecue at approached to join tlicinob Ho is Hog hogs " 10c tt 5 . Victoria Lawn to the officers, pear now and strange.of saueti-ncatio- plop the Cholera among meuey and keep tho facts '9Pcs. Lodgton next Wednesday. AH refunded, preaching the doctrine then frosa taking it, or " 20c u 10 India Linon county and District candi-- " and a force of citizcnswas rapidtho -- r,. - 8L.-- a Arv aud the direct operation by It 20 35c it a Km Lace Curtain Goods dates are oxpected to bo present, ly organized and armed' to rosist of tho Holy Ghost in the converJ. W.COWGILL, Druggist. DHB 1K ,0? --&X&ri&iiYsh,?Z-&i g? ygSfS, &Z ail W (t Bordered Scrim Net " 25 35c tt tho mob and uphold? tho law. sion of sinners, which he presents and make things hum. IX " Happily, tho trials passed off about with much forvor as tho primitivo Ztaporltint to Shippors nna 10c tt 3 76 dz. Checked Towels, 30 iuches long, Ea MSDS'D'M A little child of Mr. and Mrs. as any other ordinary police trials, Fnraaers. t 5 10c u 20 " Jjordereu liaiuiKercmois teachings. Ho holds Spier, died, Tuesday night, of lint, without any disturbance The MnthndiHt. tt MUSE & SUA W announce to the public " D 10c 5 " Gents Colored Half Hose and was buried Wednesday. Sym- Courier refers to tho circum- that the professed Christian must, that they are prejwrvd to handle any and " 1.00 tt 75 progress toward sauctiflca-tion- all kinds of produce for shipment by river BUk Cottonadc Pants pathy is extended to tho bereaved stance onlv as a warning in tho either - 1.00 it 75 OF SsSSE PS,ZCS3. JNew I'ort 'lies or rotrogrado to his oldplaco or rail. Special attention Riven to the parents in their affliction. interest of peaco, and of law and among sinners that thore is.no shipment of fruit. All business entrusted Ladies Kid .lluif.tnn Now Porls " 1.25 75 "I Tho Kontucky militia have order; and because yec believe grounds for "do nothing" Chris- to their care will have prompt attention. " 1.00 u 75 " Opera Slippers ( Combines Volumo Withand Sweetness. Purity Succeeded in arresting most of that serious trouble was; vary nar- tians to stand on. lie handles Will keep plenty of barrels ail fruit boxes " 1.50 1.00 Front Lace Sowed Gilf Shoes the outlaws in Rowan couty, and rowly avoided last Sat urday. Tho church members without gloves, on liaad. Llshtncs3, Combines 1.00 75 they will bo tried by tho courts. mob could not havoljaccooded, insisting that they must illustrate The greatest variety of Ladies and Miss Gts unlaundncd bmrts Elaoticity and Pliancy. " 1.25 tt 1.00 men would have Brogans Full Stock The Governor is to appoint a spe- but if startod, in their lives a higher, purer, bot- - es Shoes, at 1'LAUTH warranted. If fail to Comblnos Beautiful Dosign been killed on both sidesporhaps. tor typo of personal character trite satisfaction another pair trill be given cial Judge. and best Workxnanahip. Also GODSUAW & "Wo learn that there wore good or money refunded fflhese Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du. PIAUTTS Hand Sewed for oa warra.aU plflted. ..?7.ah. !.. o r... ..T.. .ilt .l,srv than that of the irA-XtX- . Mr. Charles Douglas, of tho uii;UHB til uiiiutiiy kuvii luwou RESPECTS It Is a 3VIatoliloRsTr strum out, nnd. end of their own LfinuVaotxivtuX to Meet llio Wants or Tlioo tvlio la Kteamor IT. A. Tyler, is on a fur- - intending to raid tholcalabooso moral man, to tho salvation, as also ed. will find everything just as advertised, and wc'wont'tbc "just out" XcHii'o to Tuy tlio 1JE6T IXA.:NO tlmtvan c lough visiting Hickman. Ho re- - Saturdav. who wcro influenced to sanctiflcation and Jon article when it is called For. xJalo iitaKcaHonablo X'rlcc.; the convincing of sinuers of the See oar Ctotbinr for Mea, Boys sad Cliil ports the Tyler doing a splendid that feehns: by exaggerated re 2TOH SA.3Li3D BIT to their drea. Tke asaortiaeat iselegaat aad prises business between St. Louis and ports ns to what tho nucrroos were necessity of a change and & higher and bet- low. J1VX.15S: Johnsonville. doing and saying. Tu colored invitation to that T, F. WILBURN & CO., AuxASDita & Maxwell. character. charges ; but, if ter typo of personal men deny these B OT- roughThe work of repairing and certain of them did d5 or say He cats professed Christian Agts. for K. DORaTAN & CO.Is'ashville, Tcnn. Do yoa want a THRESHING buildingf things for which thoy sSould bo ly, using about as hard words as renovating Court-hous- o MILI,, STHAM ENGINE, EVERY PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, is progressing well. It will bo arrested, good citir.ens should go language affords, but no doubt SORGHUM JtILL, COTTON GIN, COSN LEADERS jJND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES, purpose that tho CRUSHER, or anything in the maehisery ready for tho August Court, and to some Judge or Magistrate and with the same do. go to MUSE & SHAW will be equal to a now building give this information, soTthoy can workman applies the hard chisel to- Hae? If you prices. They re agents for ,, uw inatrn It HWinft!l- and est their n !. ISmSSEI i: S31E31 ii . when finished. h bo arrcstod and punished and not uwiuueii KinRslaad; Fergusou & Go's. Maokiue- gli o it er and more shapely, and to u s Dr. Lnndrnm, of rayfiold, tho enconrago a mob on excited 4th truer nronortion aud a finer nutsn. ZL wa JE2 Eepublican candidate for tho State of July talk. Ono tbinf is cer all teachings, or no In spite of jtfuiciter Shop. I in this District, mndo a tain tho law is going to fe uphold teachiugs, the men and women of Havinsr donate nrmed a partnership with M. 1. and 1 1 1 a . speech, announcing his csndid&cy, and supportod in Hickman, well tho world aro of different minds Johason, for carrying on the above busi good and bad citizens hau.as at Clinton, jlonday. So wo aro accept a? amsfislse! Ussey B s Again wc make special notice of the immense stock of new hereby notified that on the public this fact, aud govejil them- and convictions as to rongioua aess, after the are day of April, we will 1st informed. teachings, ana so and principles Goodi, consisting of the Iat6st styles and novelties, Silk and Lace.' rmjft iSercexe, long as thisaud trnc, good man and supply tfeem regularly wita u beaV fresh selves accordingly- is Eight men outen ton is sortor or should occur. ineqaalkiee, In beef, pork, Ac., at lie grocery house of to the ways women will J. W. ROGERS. 'dined ter bo hipporcrits, not bo its enforcementj let the gol citi- and methodsdiffer assame, and are of the much 'case da wants ter be, but zens come to tftc front antfascist wrong to 'case da thinks dat everybody else in its proper enforcement, with to be attracted from tho tho risrht. bv different approaches. W"& 'BB Also, line and cheap WW is, an' dat da mns? keep up wid de 6qual and exact justice. Tinr are thousands and tens of times. Arkansas Traveler. A Oront Jevery thousands who believe in this Fsr Stalel Senator Have in stock and are constantly adding a complete line of b.51 kws Attornev General Garland has Mr Vm. Thnmna. of lewton.la- - sava' good old Mothodlst way, and yet We are authorised to announce JACOB ukvutti affcte3 of Hickman county, as a candiremoved every Republican in Ins "Mv wite lis been seriously and this with a there are large circle of sincere WHITE,represent spring the ogh for twenty-fiv- e year?, Department, and substituted ajood, nwtRv(relv than ever before. She had christian neonle among whom sach date to and Graves counties of Hickman counties in ta State Is,, Hj. competent Democrats, and this ed many remedies without relist and be- methods have fallen iuto disuse, Falton to III the unexpired term of the many, 8eoate, Vaughaa. without any noise and boasting. ing urged to try Dr. Kins New DtKovery, or never wore used, and late U. C. We are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company, fo Jfneudfi and opponents will ad- diu so, with most gratifying results. Tl e who hold them positively objecWe are authorised to aanonnoe R. T. Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and nret relieved her very raMb, and tionable. The Courier being a ALBRTTTON as a candidate to represent first bottle mire this bold, direct course the second bottle has absolutely eared her. obtrudes an Grates, Fulton aad Hickman, ia the State and "Builder's Hardware generally. A complete line of tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, aud will give satisfaction, Our of yollow fe- She has not had so good health fr thirty secular paper never A genuine case stock of opinion on such controverted mat-.-. Senate. ver of purely local origin devel- veTS.w Moore & Lan wl! hut it ia iii oncn sympattty Snn-rtaTrial Bottle Frao at oped in 2now Orlenns on last (he Ii itlatJtro. Si8B with that church, or any cnurcc, Tho 3icalth board reports dmen's Drug Store. Large- Sixc ?1.00. sz anv organization, whose toaeh- - We'srs authorized to annouace P.J. of all kinds, from a Brad lo GOd. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, lor that there is no justiGcation for 21 tti Is oae of Holi MeSliony'sColch T , rtT,i,i iA,l nim, arid Women OLIVER as a candidate to represent Hickcannot bo surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e tilarm. and promises to to8p tho and will fit perfectly, and 18 3Iissi8-caugGeneral Asto a higher and nobler condition. man and Fulton, in the next to the action The big catfish of tho COOKING iND IjETING STOVES, TINWARE, much cheaper than the usual price. We have" the latest styles of Men's, Kentucky, subject honestly advised. public at the Intelligent people, no matter how sembly of vauey was sinni Democratic party. Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family Thoro was no organizod effort moet waters of tho Ohio and Mis widely different their convictions, ef tho We are authorised to announce J. F. Groccrids, constantly kept in stock. 2srow is the time to get good barto colebrato the "glorious fourth" sissippi rivers, a short distance recognize that tne cuurcnou :ue RENN10K as a candidate to represent and Housekeepers Supplies generally. gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be in Hickman, bnt on that day sev- below Cairo, last Friday. Tho tho instructors and educators of Hickman and ruUou counties in the Ijo ve eral hundred people assembled in fish woighod 250 pounds and meas- tho people around and about them, er House of the next General Amenably of AND SHEET IRON WORK, convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. COPPER. and a great commotion and ured 13 inches between the eyes. and oo long as they strive to turn Kentucky. town, SOISTS. and pooplo from that which is wrong Bomo excitement prevailed. 2JTo It was caught on a trot-lina specialty. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sec us. body hurt. tho fisherman who caught it stated to that which is right, they will Our prices will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. For Jailer. he had caueht bis fish before, ono command earnest respect and We are authorised to anneunoe W. T. An exciting contest for tho COKMAJST &i CO. aslG3 pounds, One may believe Fulton postoflice is in progress, weighing as high in his life gazed encouragement. fifltisos men and KIMBRO. as a oandidatc for the office of April 3, 1885. tbnt timt vimii Jailer of Fulton county. Election in AuSir. Henry Taylor, Dr. Albort but he had never upon such a monster as this ono. women to shout is purely excite- gust. Uobinson, Capt. Lon Collins, aud U3A.I.EI I3ST Pad- - ment ; or thoso who boliovo m sold We are authorised to announce THOS Eobert Murphy, aro the appli It wasITews. for ten dollars. shoutiug may foel that other pro- V. WALLACE, as a candidate for the cants. Eeport says that Mr. Tay- ucah fessed christians aro restrained office of Jailer of Fulton County. Eleclor has been recommended by Never Give Up. 3D from shouting by tho blandish- tion in August Beit. Congressman Stone. If you are Buffering with low and de ments of tho devil ; j'ot if ono, or We are authorised to announce JAMES appstite, general served to inflame the cmili cndl"K:u;Zt. lrgSerorkrrgS 1.. n- by several ministers aud other asf)nitsistants, has been, id Is yst, MW-engaged in conducting a great reBen?. for 2kft:iex tremclv tow PRICES at which we arcoffcrtne? our STOCK has ligious mooting Rt the Methodist Tke plH(kd tore room oa Cliatoa & an unusual large trade to our Store, and w& fcol very thankful church, in this plaee. Each night fitreft, lately oooupiwl by Alexwlr Maxwell, dry gooda awrclidnt, is for patrons for their hberal appreciation of our efforts to give the house is packed to overflowto thtm ing, and iu the day timo great in- oa reaBiile terms. ApplyGARKS2R. E. T. terest is manifested in the morn ing and evening meetings. Head and Poadfr The distinguished evangelist is The loaocs pail ly tlie Travelers Imni- a man of ieculiar and eccentric anoe Company during the month of April, ways, and if judged by the stand- 1885, oa Life and Accident Policies togxtli- ard of culture and dteuity with er, amounted to$U2.Sl2,54t or a frtHn more than niteoa a minute tor ev which many good people aro wont ery baokiag heardollars month, of the to surround tho pulpit, ho will T. M. PKIbffUH, AGIST. at HtcKKAN, Ky. prove a disappointment; but if at Hfj) XEST PRICES. To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do WC rCtUrn power of riveting tested by tho thai!, &r their the attention of all and arousing Slswcr Pals, his hearers, his force and ability For sale, by W. D. DicstelltriHk, all si TIT A TkTT 3 VI K aro oqnal to tho expectation of aes. Aa low as the lowest I iinw i a ITS rllS'J i a k? I .i sa ...Ti.-rr,Out Money saved by buying of, his most ardent admirers. he" charms ad delights minute PLAUT BliO'3. k CO. LARGE IMJRCIIASES in our with clean cut truths oven thoagh fncrains, ,ou dissent from his next utter A full 1m of Hemps,Oil Cloth8, anil and r.ncn. nr nrrrftt that he nhnised it Bnuwelli Carjetng, Dror Kh, at y&y low prises. In Trnnfc One thine' is cer- - YnHsw, Bsgs, xad BatolieTs, Abo. itmac iust- as he did. j ' latest at.f) kc. kct is a CLASS LAM ! WIOK No e no trimming o Srkiog cltiiiweyi. the )Uht ot the onliaarj Cotton Wkk; will tast ur j can, for sale by J. W. COWOILL, hu-W- Tb luu IkI thine ia .... v Baa6.Biaa w If vi fe. 1( m L r hi CI Sf MimM J TTTTiW njiliiiwr ll IIMIWIIIIIIMIII Illll mlmmnnTmaMnHmmMMmmWMtnrMTWWMwnmfmrTirWmKi ntiiT TTTi !! &mzmmim A rr ii r f "i .i! ft I s " iTt .. f &i Si uil Ml i MM ii n,;. ... I I i.lTV. o icmI MockTf if HI vr "- - &c. &o &c. ntiartera for whk m Httlo exiKiwe ns iwsiWe. . vw" , Vniimu.- Ploiliini-- lttmitft. ...w'- (;o1b. Canwta. Floor O t Clotks T ibl Oil CUthe, V e." Wi ere itead lies Uca 'niatVcd down lo a close CUAWoiwni and Children's SC O IE KSlv Ca,h ... ao. .K i.:' SvBtom, doin : .i, H till. buv.ncww wf it. mC tw 'J ni. S S a. - MMMmWa--.-. rli ntS f tf 6 "i m &vi , " MMMMmLis W&ZE3?sA mmW-- ;' jS&'iS . BUD W ffi&Ltf'gr-itP.Sy.t--;..k-fi-i E ',T7:!-aa5- s vJa ans .- - n flAlTBT TM17NTQ l;lf -.11 BBU IIP II T BFUN I' HT rf?rrr-i:iBaiiSKawsvjisy- - al mom. -- ?to..t i FRXOBS .. ft&(L com-municato- d n, iTSlr,, &., BSST aS,ASS "PSATO tt -- , self-respectin- g, IN TONE IN TOUCH IN FINISH I A-jSTDE- K MAXWELL, AS EYBB wt, "-""- -rr- Jm flfWRl i. uni n InTo irtJlr 1& zi SJ iacaesi M Tor, teyUliJiliii,, Whj y mmm M mWmmf hwM) 1 itiap, v. Fr jgiag i1fefejLi ht TIN e, J. AMBEEG'S j. w. -- J. W. OOW6ILL. FIRi RUGS, patent' . spirits, loss of Hickman wheat bnyors aro Eressed disordered blood, weak oonatitution, holding prices squarely up to for hcadaohe, or any disease of a bilious namer onotations. A nnmbor of ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elecsmall crops on this market this tric Bitters. You will be surprised to see will follow; rapid week brought from 77 to 87c. the will be improvement thatlife; strength inspired withnow you ivrnae & Shaw will pay tho latter nnd activity vail return: pain and misery ilgnres now for prime good wheat, will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in any qnantity. in tho praise of iElectric Bitters. Sold at i r All tho applo3 brought in aro r liny cents a iuyiue m iuuuic jf. fitiJ..,!, "uiiim e Drug Store. being shipped. Marjcct dull. trusses .. .. lead to a purer I. TAYLOR as a candidate for the office the other, of fcullon county. Election 1st and worthier life, why should not of Jailerin August next. Monday all good men rejoice. We are authorized to announce JAMES Tho services at tho church conF. BUSHART as a oanbibate for the office and tinues of Jailer of Fulton county, election in nhrht. nnd also day services as August next. heretofore; and perhaps tho whole We arc authorized to announce JACOB ofnoxtweok. SILVEKTOOTH as a candidate for tho or-both, to-night o All Europe i alarnjtoK the Catholic bishop of Louisville, as torriblo ravages "9SHBBf in "regards tho holding of night pic- Spain and mauy of 'thflSraoard nics, is widely commended. Ab cities in this country, are appretho ecclesiastic head of tho dio hensive that it will cross the cese ho directs tho attention of ocean before tho summer is over. Catholics to the grave scandal Eecont dispatchos from Madrid which attends picnics held at show an avorago of ovor ono thounight, and uses every official sand now cases a daynd from means in his powor to provout five to six hundred deaths. them. Ilncltlcn's air.J.B. Hassot, an old and The Be3t Salve Arnica, Raive. Cuts, in much respected citizon of this Bruises, Sores, "Ulcers. the world for Fever Salt Eaeum, county, died, Monday last. Ho Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands: ChilblainB, ft OL- had boon confined to his bed fora r uorni, ana an oKin it .eruptions, ana posi from Brights disease tively cures riles, or no pay required. It year or inoro of tho Kidneys. lie was a life- iB guaranteed to give perfectjfcitisfaction, long, consistent, and worthy mem- or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. ForSaleatilOOBE&LAUDRUMS ber of tho Catholic church, an ULl HI honest man, and much respected Tho people voto in AuguBt on by all who know him. His re- tho Constitutional question again. mains were carried to St. Lonis In order to carry tho proposition for interment. must receive 181,007 voTes, a maHereafter wo aro to havo two jority of all the voters in the State. trains a dav: One arriving: in it is very uonnttui ip0 many Hickman at 10:30 A. 3T., and ono votes will bo cast in thololoctiou. nt3:loP. H. Ono leaving Hick- So tho moasuro is almost cortain man: at 11:40 A. M., and one at of defeat, 4I 4:30jp. m This will prove a vory ratr srrMt eonvenienco to tho travel- Tho work on tho East Hickirig public. Tho gauge of tho road man railroad estonsion ufrrinff on. J? niouT 'Mjanrrftil Llfit TUOSdaV frOmianil will ho rtmlntn1 ,..... ..... u uu.utauvuu ouuuir tho v.....t, standard gauge 1st, of August. the broad to tho from Hickman to Martin, and Jiore-afttho two Hickman trains will BUGGIES BUGCIESI! only run to Martin, making N. H. WILKINSON, of Pr-i- , Ky., Nashville the samo. '. time. Tho road. OfM. in8t w'ed in lliokmaw'th Thirty and !tnyrioaft.l Phnolnnu .1tr iiim "t,i.uj 4ta tim vitrt isntt -- will frnm Martin to Wharlhjat, 7cr 1 i hwii - Tho attitude of the Roman ii er 1 how-nrArnsnc- ! tlv ""-"lUll- w'?f - cthS yS irr-i- i '"- -. A niz Railroad Trojoci. j5n i Thoro is a project on foot to TBlLEfSrSS "--r build a railroad from St. Louis to ELECTION NOTICE. called the St. Uashvillo, to be aasssa sEBEaa .a N MONDAY, August 3rd, 1885, an Louis & ETashville Air Lino. It is &C, &C, '&i. &c, oleotion will be held at the City Hall, isthe thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate ESLOW PRICES to run by tho way of Metropolis, in the eity ot iiickioan, Ky., to cieot a Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, 111., Paducah Ky., and Clarksville, City Marshal for the unexpired term of T. with first-claanu makes horse sense instead ot mere blowing a bout it. Irerhaps youl EPrcscriptions filled at any hour, day or night Ring night boll after 10 o'clock Tonn. An air lino from Paducah V. Wallace. Know-whato Clarksville passos through this By order of the City Council. t good 1 UliJylTUKJsJ is, and perhaps you don't; if you want P. M. K.E. MILLET, C.C. the test give me a call and will show you. countv somo whoro between Can I ton and Goldon Pond. Somo of july3tdc Diamond Sewing Machine, the I am also agent for the light-runnitho leading capitalists of tho counladieifriend. try aro said to bo connected with IT7 1'oltllnfr Pocket Scissors, N.d3. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du- o & jtuic. tho project. A part of tho road I pjicatc ESTI, 0 W PMCESrS Customers politely served on short "W-AJST1- has already been surveyed. Ca Sill? sight. from Holcombe's new drug store. across the street All who see it, waat it. It sells on diz (Ky.) Tolophono. Lady and Gent Agents wanted everywhere. Respectfully, ffc Retail 75e; to Agents, 60c, or 56.40 per Kcottpil la Kcw Oricnss. T? T U. rJ?. Postal doz. Pend at once for agency by The old, popular and always reliabl6 Hardwarehouse of From tbe riearone Note or 2c stamps. "VAN" CO , Cleveland, Ohio. Eov. Sam Jones should bo SS. brought to Kow Orleans. Wher-ove- r "D0NT YOU FOGET IT," ho has preached ho has succeeded in breaking up tho "arm Has a splendid stock of the very "best makes of all kinds of Hardware H. Buchanan is the onlv man ' clutch," a method by which tho that sells the Celebrated Bryan & which are offered at appears ub having walking dudo for ladies, misses and arrostcd a weak young girl and Brown Shoes, and boys. These children, men seems to bo taking hor to the Shoes take the premium over all at station-house- . SUCCESSORS TO for good and fine workmanship, 3 mttS' and tbat the very lowest tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to AKKKf. and is the most substantial Shoe be exactly as represented. Don't On Julv 3rd. Mr. T. J. Finoh and Miss made in the United States. I1ST vr.ii; OmIc. IDEAIEIJRS let others humbug you with "somo On July 5th; Mr. A. J. Jackson aad Miss RIJCS,MEDICINE3. BOOKS, STATIONATtT, aud School Supplies. other make, and say it is just as D. K. McHuUen. Faney UO0D3, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGOlsrS On July 8th, Mr. Tho. B. Porler and good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, STTfJllUTRt? PATNTS. OILS. Miss M&ry E. Jones. and buy the Shoe with Bryan o IENTSFOttTilB WHITE SEWING MxVCIIlNE. E .cO- Brown's name on each Shoe. WINGS AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. DIED, The best roof for the least money, lixpericneetr worlctncn employed! jRSl&MOnnV xan Ua f.n.t 1T .j ad, Tn Hickman, on Thursday, July vuiwc", iiw j. iv.w LOWER and LOWER. T.3ai " """ " "" f T4- - if 1J.iTti' rMW... HJ UIIUIIU nit ilk ..; . Vnnrot nio'attcntioiihf builders especially desired a this house will give spe- Aailriinifci. Tannin Emmorson. little son of John andJ All kinds of Groceries lisira?, sldefljo. cial iiulnccuife CoirtT.ondenee solicited. Eliza Young, aged nlxwt 5W msntks. "Suf1 vili not be ? ?ro as ohei a? the W fer UttVchMdren to oom J?. B. BREVABD- A. office of Jailor of Fulton county. tion 1st Monday in August next. Elec- - TO MAICE BIG CLAIMS in print, lo say my Furniture "is tho best," requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods arc "the best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. MEDICINES! A.IT3D - NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES Aldcminal iPA-HST- Supports T S A-ixr- QXJJklLjX ng ss fir rj -- I'cu-Knir- orc Jsssssmaflsljslllffi T 1 C5r.KJJrEC- Wtotvn COMPAJSre. E 3 -- 1 -:-- !. ". clii-ipc- i.Klr"vl '" - v iTliNO. ErfCliIlTfc5STS SPBOIALTY. MX- - cr tt jj. W: n'! MMwpagygsgyaaagiggigw.'gji i I f im'Qi"imH',i ..,..-. . udiiiw -- ;aawwnv?-- - iwwta...-jww- &mf&mvv&timimtoim!&UH&. v . v wjr "" rTmam" "Tt Itort.i f fruit man iriwarT- - - BBiftiiTnnilfclwtrrifnrTirinti aifU HUMMWWDMWHHH w-r- f r- THE BiC&AW UUTOiW. A WAaS'POR-r ii -.- . .. ., ',..,' .!" Y OF THIS A Tnlu I ti TnrtSe. Soma flfc v' of Rov. "" -- -- - ! I ? experience yesterday atMrose, Wei ice God nil uroui FASSS09TABIi Judge Turner beautrf&i liiuti tnouup ins aro Cod's 1IV. Jtoine, tiiRt rivals say of iiarofj hcavw. FOR STATE TEEASUliKR, paralythunder. Thunder allers' the qpurdo of conversa- Munchausen's megatheriau roman- thnnghtft inine rivers! motion. zes inc. I don't want no lightuin' m it camo tion thr.t ho had t ces. Eatly yesterday morning are God's thoughts imbc rode.' one time boon a resident of ilnd- - Mr. - - OF. FRANKLIN COUNTY. turtle. "Well," admitted tho agent, "I rm, iHMiii, Kv. I romnrkod that bulletTurner shot a eye aud Tho dovr droim uro Cod's SHOP North Vct corner of Moscovr pre- pearls. entered tho think myself that thunder i the . and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , I . v i. RuincUti,,,, of the nlsce, ns sumably killed tho tnrtle. A sero wmiuv xuu duui , Turned to Stono, SttStJaiisfnction guaranteed. don't moro dangerous of the two. What I h:ul been ivi(i,Pnnn when ho vant cut tho creature's head off understand. uuiiu-- you Do m Stand you want is thunder rods." April. ! rt ... rtliM'.r.n.lv.niin j iitio iiiu, hiu uiui - ' lli:i(ft flirt HiJUli OH 1,.l,mil JU m and gavo tho body to tho cook. j. Viiij uiiu inmvmn " why somo cows have hi 10'" Major "Have yon got thunder rods?" nnd cr . D. Rowland died aud wsib Jne carlior part of tlic wnr. Twenty minutes afterward a noise some are mnlev? d "Oh, yes;, the rods in the old family gmOMcr cxPla"mert Ihntlie was ono was heard among tho poultry, stud buried God pity the mau who! 't run aro for lightning, and tho nicklc-tippeTHE BARTER GR0CERY- aid. Desiring to have tho body of the Rnnncrr, in the rebel battery a duck was found Uuttcringaround his homo without a deck for thunder; but tho latter placed in tho DiiKallo Springe ' 1'Of.tcd holow Kow Madrid, and lio in groafngouy with tho jaws of Ho ought to havo heel Hoards. cost a little moro." Jr. MONTGOMERY, h hell f I romemlered any d remctcry, Mr Nov. land had it MR. J. his friends and tho public that the turtlo's aeverod head closed long before ho had child" ;ir born to "I guess yon kin pnt up a fow waf?'11 ieident in connection with upon its biil. It took hard work unto turn Tuesday, whon it he hna oponcd a new and fresh Bupply of uf thtin thunder rods," said tho HICKMAJST, of the battery. I did. I to pry open tho jaws with r. hatchall kinds of Family Groceries, which he found that it had turned to stone. tho v,' Any man who pretciiHi don't mind payin' a bo a farmer. "I will sell r.s low a3 the lowest. lie is "' y ?T1ioro who sr.vr it Rtntctlint the rcmcmlicreclUvel!. Ircnicmber- - et and rclcaso tko bewildered Uhistnan aud ""' '' '...' ' wll is an little extra so long as I feel safe." at all times to exchange Groceries at e day thoro came a shot duck. About this time a favorito old humbng! dunks face, save that it had changed to c "at cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or Bo .co a brownish hue, was almost life- - from that battery that cntcrod tho terrier dashed into the crowd that Aro Ve Forsollcn. any kind of marketing thct the forming i ncn mo uouior savftiv u can't IHco in its naturalness. Tho fea- nuizzel of our own guns, causing surrounded tho turtle's head, and live but an hour, you'll sfflit friends may bring in. The highest niar Gontlemen I am sorry to learn inst ket prico always paid. tures wore good and oven the an explosion that broke tho gun at ouco tho jaws of tho tnrtlo such a preacher as "lysjnTfthlking of jour wife's death, Undo Has-tuJ. M. MONTGOMERY & LRO. hairs on tho face could bo plainly into fragments and killed several grasped the dog's tail. The dog to you. scon. The hands wero perfect inon. It was tho extraordinary in- howled with pain and tore across Uuclo Rastus Sah! God bores through th! Ebp of a and had not changed color. The cident of tho campaign. Gentleman I say that I am tho lawn, scattering a party of man's head to his lien land on case was a metalic one and insido SALE AND LIYERY STABLE very sorry to hear thnt your wife tennis players as ho flow into tl.o down to his pocket tho lining appeared fresh and "Major Tollor remarked; 'I re- court and bounded over the net. The lawyer who know 18 lr.tie has recently diod. ALSO KEEPS clean. Tho grave clothes were all member tho incident as well as Tho enraged animal hero caught about Blackstone and theT Uncle Rastus (with a puzzled & iprcmo in a good state of preservation and you, and I have better cause to sight of a young lady in a fiery uimw. rupurm ua 1110 jfavorafJO look) I giss da' am some mistake KENTUCKY STREET, the ribbons and laces looked like remember it. .JI fired the shot my- red jorsoy, which frightened him Christian does about the, Bible, 'bout dat, Mistah Brown. I let1 conetantlj oa hand for Mr they had just been placed there. self, aud therctis a story about it. so that ho dashod against a trco. would never havo but onoscaso j do olo ooman in gud health dis KEEPS sale An effort to get Mr. Rowland to Quo day UajroTmGifrom the Un- Tho shock proved too much for Rod liquor and chmtiaiiity&on't mawniu,' sah. Who said 8ho wah HORSES, BUGGIES and HACSg, (AW Railroad Daot) place tho Temaing in the vault ion bat:gppr q1L that struck tho turtlo's head, which droppod stay in tho samo hido. dead? "J Having purchasod the stable, horseff A proved unavailing, and so fearful withdu J (OIL lu;v near our lifeless to the ground. and enttro outfit of 7. D. Plumraer Gentloman I've forgotten now. The back dbo'r Of "tho, l&nteh wo propoeo to continue the bualucaa, bail GEY-was ho that they would be sought owifbaU"v- l np the I certainly hoard so sovornl Tho body of tho turtlo was not ought to be opened quce a je&r Bat solicit palronagoy Hcicnuno men, mat no placed shell, and, El 0 vitnt tho fuso idlo all thin time. Tho cook had and givo all who have ot Jived days ago. huge stones on the coffin and had not burned out, I said that boiled it a full hour, and it was up to us rules an opportunity to Uncle Rastus (his faco clearing the earth around with heavy I bclievoivo can arrange tho fuse thon turned over to a slavo with a pass out. up) Oh, ya'as, now I undoratan's, W. DIESTELBRINK mauls. The case was very hcavv, and return tho shell with our com sharp cleaver. Upon being cut & sah. Dat wnz er former wife ob requiring several men to handle pliments to tho battery that had open the heart of tho turtlo was mine, Miatah Brown. Sho diod BURIED HIS BROTHER. MANUFACTURERS OF it. Stanford Journal. fired it. This was done. I aimed found beating furiously, and did mo'n foah weeks ago. Do pros-en- t Tho above may bo received by tho gnn myself, and we saw by tho not ccaso its throbbings for some incumbont am all right. Young Turner will Borao with discredit, but a disin- commotion it created in the Un- minutes. TiHl T?tt Q,'v Vnonn Old Tho Emperor WUHani of GerU ion lines that something extraor- swear to this story. ' terment in tho old Hickman cemo-tor- dinary had occurred. Afterwards many, ie known to be qnito sick epaoo to name all artiolca. bat no Entombs tho Baby, to show ?oods. somo years ago rovcalod the we learnod particulars. A fow but tho Government is keeping Sron-Jarreandotno and soo, at tho oornoi of Troy Women.' his real condition a sccrot. It is .the commander of Tho similar condition of a body that days afterward and Moecow Avenue. East llickmpn, Ky Albany, N. Wil- thought that his death may bo of Miss Chapman, and thoro aro tho forces came to our quarters, Watson, tho Y., July, 1. Lottio Wilson, N. C, July, "woman with tho liam Sands, agod six yearflpon of looked for at any time. The Kai-so- r firing of now a number of living witnesses and for the Major. that shot pro- iron jaw," with Van Amburg's ciris a very old man. a fannor living near hereto-daimoted mo to to attest tho fact. cus, mot with an accident yester- murdered his infant biothor, aged Family day afternoon that will causo After tho war I lived In Madrid retirement from tho ring. To her throo mouths Tho child ldbccn Chapter IS7. Tito Xomlnntion of J. W. Tnlr, exgivon to him to hold, and lib went Bend for Bomctimo, but during hibit her great strength of of dissnt-isfioTho Paducah Standard is jaw, out m tho sun with it. Ho had AN ACT f.r Inking thefismmb me the geM anu ntxeamy lo thl Conjmotiwmitii tho reconstruction period I took flho has boon iu the habit of hold" invention to of with the actiou of tho Demo- position against the kuklux gangs, (DAVIS OLD STAXD.) somo time ago been taken to a Cunitilutiuu,cnlUnc ton ittocrrtaiB tlio amend tlto numlier of &n All kinds of cratic Stato Cotnmittoo in declar- and in fact was given command of ing suspended from her month a child's funeral and mfttfifoatcd iwrsuun enUtl.rO to vuto for ItepreBBtatiw ing J. V. Tato the nominee of the an organization hostilo to tho ku- cannon, which is discharged in great interost iu its burialjwhich Whkrias, cxperienoe baa pointed out STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES party for State Treasurer. The klux. This involvod mo in com- mid air. Tho daring of tho per- he did not seem to uudMptund. the necessity of amending iho Constitu formance is increased by tho fact He has 'frequently praUleulabout tion, and tho necessity and expoJiency of s action of tho Committco was an plications of a house, $ bot nsually kept In a charthat tho woman is hoisted from it recently and asked maniqucs-tiou- ofilling s Convention ror mat purpose; assumption of authority, but there acter, nnd tlio om prices. made it therefore. being but ono candidate, its ac- unconifortablo, and I emigrated to the ground and hangs head downas to how the child vftk got Bt it tnaettd ly the General Asecnlly of TEAS, FKNCT CADDIES, tion was justifiable and proper. California whero I havo lived ward during tho feat. Yestcrday into the cofilu, and when itfrould tXe CommontMallk ef Kentucky: PICKLES A convention, under tho circum- since.' The Major talked free of afternoon alio was assisted by tho come out. I the held1 forThat at tho next General Eleotion Representatives to the Oencral GRITS Freeman and Rico Brothors, CRANBERRIES, JIOMINX. stances, would be useless and ex- all tho circumstances connected when ho reachwl Assembly, it shall be the duty of tho sot. who superintended tho op- grove about 300 yards pensive. Hickman Courier. his er&l Sheriffs and other Officers of ElecDEALEa i with iho operations about Madrid erations, and had raised her to tho Tc Courier is only mistaken in Bond, and ZED 321 T2T SS ISS $&9 father's homo, he took a snwl box tion to open a poll for taking the sense of must say that his proper height for firing tho can- which ho had previously carstd to the people as to calling a Convention to saying it was an assumption of au- story from I rebel stand-poin- t the Df JMfPllW, SHgRr, CoSccb, Koaji's, non, when ono amend ihe Constitution, and mako a retho pulloy ropes thority. It was a well established wasto me, a t Unionist, suddenly brokeof The heavy picoo the spot, and after ecoopiulput a turn to the Seoretary of Stato, for the MHIG8,q HIBHINH, FAINTS custom which tho committees fol- very interesting." flgf Will not bo undersold. gravo iu the gaud ho plaegi the enWill pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c of ordnance nnd M'llo Wallace infant in the box, nailed down the time being, of the names of all those who lowed, and to which thoro has titled to vote for Representatives 1ST g 3SS135r 3221 3X D 3E1 3SR3C wero precipitated to tho ground, top aud bunotl it, cvcapouig have voted for colling such Convention. no objection heretofore. Mr. been a distauco of about six foet. Sho through tho form of delivUnc a A jBetecdve's Feat. 2. That for any failure to pcriorm tno $53 Tato has been nominated several CO MP 0 UNDBD1 --& CARL FU PRESCRIPTIONS &. prescribel in the first section of duties struck the cannon head first with prayer and singing a hyinu.f times in the same way, and only Froaj Troy Ifffst Era. Sheriff or terrific force, and was picked up After he had filled tho grave he tins act, every liable to a other ofreturning twice by conventions. Had there fine six hunA young man by the name of (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) For a time the stamncd on it and slowifwent ofaocr. shall be be recovered by indiotment been any other declared candidate J. 11. Burnett, hailing from May- - unconscious. dred dollars to wildest excitement prevailed iu back homo and told his iothcr of the Grand Jury in any Court having off Sow Yorliorw. A Brnco ti convention would have been fiold. Ivy., was arrested at East Prolcssios&l &tls quickly subsipromptly called. Yeoman. Ho laid it jurisdiction, and shall also upon convic Troy Tuesday night by ono Wm. tho audience, but itwoman was re- what he had done Two prominont and wealthy SUDjeCfc 10 tcuiumi iruui uuitt. Tato is ono of tho best off- MoNutt, charged with having com ded as tho injured "was just like Mrs. Arthn A littlo tion 306That it shall bo tho duty of tho business men of Now York have H. A. & R. T. TY LER, I moved, and the show wont on ae baby's funeral." icers Kentucky ever had, and mitted a murder at or near Officers of said Election to propound to jnst boon, greatly against thoir When tato by therefore let him bo Tlio mother fcaatenod fto the every voter the question ; ''Do you vote wish, retired from active pursuits night while cordingtho programme. was found During the . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ken hospital sho a rousing majority. scene, tho grave was refpenod, for calling a Convention, or not?'' And and forcod into seclusion. James JIICKJIAiV, - - - KENTUCKY. CONFECTIONERIES, guard ho relieved him of to toseriously injured, ner under answer in tho affirmabe fore his purse, containing a few dollars head was crushed in, tho wound aud tho infr.ut found dcr.rf vAt.li its if such voter shall be recorded as voting D. Fish, president of the Marino SIC3I CANDIDATES. his namo shall ILL attend to all business entrusted tive in silver, aud prizod a valiso open taking the form of a star. Her right arm broken nnd ftf skull for said Convention. National bank, goes to tho Stato to tlieir care. The Courier is correct, and we belonging to tno young man and crushed. . OSc Furniture. FactoryJ 4 That all Assessors are hereby prison for ten yonrp, and Edward iwq.., tooth to tho candidates abstracted "horfcfrsrij a rcToIvcr. mouth was cnt-a- nd each anneal to' enroll, in a column which iovS.3 A. Boyd, a Inrgor importer of rsJnitoi'annuI this agreement and come The next mornmgSfcIsutt, with knocked oirt, tho right hand'wafc Eitfecr a rcat kJHovorjor a shall open in his Assessor's book for that plato glass, goes to tho Kings purpose, tho name of all citixens having A out before tho people. "We hnve his prisoner in charge took the" badly bruised and somo internal TR. A.. .A.. the right to vote for Representatives for county jail for two years. Mr. injuries wore received about the no fear but what Mr. Oliver stands cast bound train avowing Ids inr the vear 1885. But said Assessors shall Texas has yielded a foal Fish's crime was that of misapon a platform that will suit the tention of dolivoriug his prisoner stomach. of PHYSICAL AHD SURUEQN, if a Dallas dispatch brtie not enroll in such oolumn tho naraotimo propriating tho funds of the bank, UE.ILEU IU people, but wo nrgo thorn to take to tho authorities at Mayficld, and any person unless they shall at the defrauda and Boyd's was that of tho skeleton of to voto for Repif tho stump. It is due tho people when tho train arrived at Rivos HICKMAN, V7nrneil by a Bream. KENTUCKY man and tho skeleton of a masto- know that he of entitled said election; and such ing tho government in tho imporresentatives Groceries; gentlemen, that they slionld know ho allowed Burnett to get separa1 .James Clary, Erie, Pa., Jnly don. Both Aro said to bo "of knowledge shall bo foundod only upon tation of plate glass. Pnblic opinhis Professional Servicea to what you proposo to do. Our ted from him, and narrated tho a notorious Uurglox from Pitts- mammoth proportions" antl in an (1) the personal acquaintance ef tho ion in New York is agreed that OFFERS ASH ALSQ. of Hickman and vicinity. State matters aro in a bad shape, fact that his prisoner had escaped. burg, was fatally shot or (2) sufficient information obin an excellent state of preservation. both men aro properly punished. jaalG-'eHet, Seinep, Line, Hook, and all; kind aud at such a time it is not well to Tho young man was soon found, encounter with tho police while They woro found in a gravel bed tained by him diroctly from tha person of tuning Tackle ami Supplier, at alur It is causo for unmeasured suror (3) a satisfacname is be mum. As a friend of Mir. gai. Groceries and .Family Supfdit geji but Mc2JTutt refused to recognize issuing from ono of seven stores by somo workmen while excava- whosostatement, enrolled; oath, from other prise that wealthy Now Yorkers, G. under tory L. wo call upon him to break him saying ho was not tho man. ho and hia pang had robbed duerally. lino of a railroad near credible persons who know the facts nec- who ought to bo abovo tho reach this agreement in an honorable Crookedness wub at onco suspect- ring tho night. Clary could havo ting on tho essary to the qualification of Buch voter. of temptations that alluro poor way. The people demand it and ed and a warrant was procured escaped, but camo back at tho call Dallas. ATTORNEY AF LAW man is a cariosity Any Assessor enrolling in said column persons to crime, should invito A gravel-besurely their wishes should bo re- and McXutt arrested, charged of Frank Norton, a captured com- of tho first water. The any name, without euch knowledge or in- tho shamo and disgrace that wind IjOW TO SVE IjONEY a cuilty garded. Let us hear from each with burglary and unlawful arrest. rade, who vrftntcd to be rescued. stonc-axup Fish's and Boyd's careers by Collector, Real Estato Agont makers and formation, shall be deemed sum not of the less misdemeanor, and fined in a candidate. Fulton Fultonian. We are Wholesale Headquarters fox al no waived an examination and in At the risk of bitting his fellow the woro ancient than twenty nor more than nlty uoiiars deliberate and systematic frauds. grades of We learn now that tho candi- default of $1,500 bond now lan burglar Clary opened firo from a and respectable people, but the for each and every name thus improperly Ono would suppose that men niCKMAN, KY. man was far ahead of enrolled, which fino may bo rccovorcd in worth $300,000 had onongh, if not dates havo recalled tho Moscow guishes m jail. Charloy David- porch, and, when Officer Dudcn-hocfo- r gravel-boCB3WIJ!, TOBACtt ni CKAB3 jurisdiction, EST" Willnttond promptly to all busl of East Troy, who kindly had fired tho last shot with- them in hia promenading on this any Court having of the commonand shall to satisfy them, at least, to keep arrangement, and will mako a son, schools. job them from stealing. But it seems neSs entrusted him in Southtreotcri and willalso to dealers only at Factory furnished a room and assisted in out effect, he boldly advanced planet. It has been a disputed bo for tho benofit Said Assessors shall bo governed in all thorough, canvass. the K0utBosy and northwestern Tcnnoseco prices; guarding Burnott, at the request and deliboratoly aimed at tho po- point whother there was a gravol-be- cases by the laws then in force to provont that their largo fortuuo, thoir high Spccialattcntion given to tho invostiga was arrested on a liceman, but tho latter pullod tho of McNutt, mau or not. A fow skulls iillogal voting. Said column, written in social and business standing, their lion of Land titles, and the purchase IiOgim 12ie heading IScptab warrant charging him with burNorton in front of havo boon found in ISuropo which a fair and lcgiblo manner, snau De re- weight of years and tho claims of salo of Roal Estato. fjan8 the beat in the marhet. "We also heep to licau. glary and carrying a pistol, but an him so that Clary hesitated to fire. aro claimed to belong to that per- turned, with said Assessor's book,copy tho their families did not restrain constantly on hand a choice flection of Auditor, who Bhall mako out a Tram XwTork Zreulog Poet.l examination yestorday before Es- Ilis hesitation lost his life, for tho son, but no complete skeleton has said columns and deposit tho same in tho thoso two men from folony. They of Saddlery aijd Harness Who would havo imagined ter quires Miller and Lancaster de- officer picked up tho revolver boon discovered, and if the one offico of tho Secretary of State, to bo re- wero groedy for more wealth, and FAMILY GROCERIES, years ajro that in tho summer of veloped tho fact that thoro was droppod by his prisoner and fired, reported in Texas shall prove to ported by him to tho next General Assem- willing to rob and steal to secure CONFECTIONER! E3, it. 1S85 tho Itepublican party would not the slightest ground for iho when Clary was throo yards dis bo renuine, it will bo worth its bly. AND FKUITS, each J 6. It shall bo tho duty of wo be bo short of great men that it charce. and ho was released. tant. Tho ball pierced his body. weight in gold to geologists. & FARRISS, whloh o willpcll very low for tho cah. PLUMMER in offico for tho year 1885, before Plce-call and eeo us. would be unanimously aud fer- Mc2Jntt claims to bo a detective and Clary fell. Ho is now dying Come Cut, Dick. he shall havo entered upon tho duties of given a chanco to in tho jail iufirmary. IIo saj-- his vidly chanting praises to John A. and will bo Judgo of the FUQUA & DcBOW. ISpRponlb!o. his offico, to go beforo the Machson St.t opposite Courier Office,) Logan? Yet that is what it is do- prove himself as such when cir- wifo and children livo in Piko ana maKO tno ioitowiug Ttom ths Crlttondea Frma. - - - KY. HICKMAN, re- County 1 Court The Iowa Supreme court Mr. Tato, tho Domocratic cando solemnly swear, that I will ing. Tho whole party press is ox- - cuit court convenes. Burnett re- street, Boyorstown, Pittsburg, and oath : Special Kotlcc. WELL eolcctwl stock of Saddles and pressing its delight with tho covered his pistol and monov aud that sho warned him of his fate, cently rendered a decision that a faithfully ascortain tho numbor of per- didate, ought to show his party All persons indebted to the firm of Don sum of 6100 for having seen him dead in a dream. hotel keeper who receives guests sona qualified to volo for Representatives fealty by mootiug tho fiery prohiHarness. Serf work made to order, speeches at the recent iioston gavo bond in tho durant & Drewry, will pleaoc como forward into his houso whilst a contagions in. tho district for which 1 have beon bitionist on tho raging stump. l'rumpt attention given to banquet and is holding up Logan's his appearance as awitnoss at tho chosen Assossor for the year 1885, and at an early day, and mako settlement. disease prevails there is liable to will carefully rcporl the samo in tho book Lot us hear from you, Dick, ifyou viows of tho principles of tho circuit court. Office at E- - Collins' drug storo Alexander A Siganlic 3L3e. guest con- returned by mo as Assessor of tas by want our votos. A littlo life suit for damages if any & Maxwell's old stand, party as tho truo and only ones. has secured tho services of nny.kind. lie Tho particuSan Antonio, Tex., Jnly BONDURaNT & DREWRY, In fact, there is a genuine Logan Shall lEavo Cholera! This morning, near Woldon, o. tracts tho discaso. this decision tho first day of May, 1885.hereby rcquirod should bo thrown into this usually of that well known and excellent workIHckman, Ky., Feb. 12, 18S5. 6. 8aidABSC83ur9 aro 150 lar case upon which I boom abroad in tho party, and ho listless contest. A frco, fair and man, Uncle Bob Fnrriss, which of itself is was made was that of a woman to examine on oath as to his right to voto open discussion of Kentucky f- a guarwteo of good and faithful work. himself has probably littlo doubt Tho cholera usually runs for Bix miles west of here, an whoBO who wont to a hotel and took tho for Representative, any person of any inances will not bo out of placo strnck apr2j that it will givo him the Eepubli-ca- years and makos a circuit of tho freight train wasouginoer by a right so to vote such Assessor has REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Tho saw tho small-pox- . Tho court obliged doubt whalover; and any ono thus exam- this year, and as Mr. Tato has nomination for tho Presidency globe beforo disappearing. Tho waterspout approaching, bound- tho landlord to pay damages, dot ined, who shall knowingly swear falsoly boon enjoying a soft placo for NASHVILLE'S NEW DAILY. in 1888. And why shouldn't ho present epidemic is now on its SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abou t he liable to all havo it? If tho sort of princi- third vear, and has procooded ing along like a rubber ball, tear- only for her illness, but also to as to his said right, shall of tho orimeof years, littlo jostling around would Acres, Six Booms, Two Cis IHE If ASKVH.I.E rxios. and penalties s tho pains terns, Good Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard , ples which ho proclaims aro just from tho jungles of Asia as far ing up tho earth and uprooting indemnify her for tho A good writo doubtless holp him. and every Assessor shall way. and business staff of Tiie &c. Apply to the sort winch tho Ecpubhcan westward as atauriu and somo all iu its tho trainTho engineer wa- by which sho was disfigured. The perjury; to tho namo of each person thus Treasurer ought to tako prido in opposite GEO. N. HELM, ill do composed of trained jour- among hotel and sworn tho word "sworn." td avoid tho carelessness U'.ttf Spanish ponin party likes if they arc, as an ad- other places mayllS85-6boon connected with tho Hickman, Ky. terspout, whoso course wastor-tnous- , Jnr4UigjsaJcecnM:R.in oxpoe- - J 7. It shall ho tho duly of tho Secreta- tolling whoro tho money has been wm: placed. Oomo, Dick, lot tho sun- xmrtng Ulaino editor m Jionton sular. Two 'JMS ago- it Tagod in calls them, "truo Republican most severely m xgypt. Last rotary with a column inclinod'aud iug puvBuus iu cumaKion will be ry of Stato to havo this act advertised for shine fall upon your bald head. Withdrawn from thatuaner on acennnt nf in motion. Just boforo tho largely checked by this decision, each county of the Commonwealth into tho ozone" then ho is tho mau to year it was in Southern Prance In somo rospects that sugges- its passingown and hands of tho partios HICKMAN MASBLE WORK S w A0 waterspout reached tho lino of especially in Iowa. four wooks, nearly or next proceding the tion is a good ', control tho lead tho party when, "with visor and Italy. This year it resumes tho ono, for while Dick JFcrW. Tho samo principles Nashville election, and in ono of tho daily papors they hava road, it changed its courno and down and lance at rest," it enters its march westward at Madrid. of the City of Louis villo for thirty days Tato is not a stump orator, and advocated in tho American they will conHICKMAN, KT. Tho Kccnnaca or Arltrfrac:fC. fiold again in 1SS8, with tho As to thoprobabiiity of the plaguo bounded along parallel to tho imracdialcly prior thereto ; and in every not givon to much talking, ho can tinue to advocate ia Tub Usiox. the track with frightful velocity. A causo to bo toll in vory plain torms how every county said Booretary shall Tho purposo of the publishers of Tiie dear old bloody shirt as its ensign. crossiug tho Atlantic this year Persian died, leaving a copy of tho opinions differ, but that such a When opposito tho train tho wa- teen camels to bo divided seven- postod at printod in hand door form, for dollar in tho Stato Treasury has U.Kio.v M bo to mako It bill A Livo, Progressive Exponent said Bill, burst, of Bern FOR APPELLATE35IDGE. visitation is now possiblo is not terspout firoman, doluging tho en- his three sons in thQ"liowinc; at least four conBecutivo wceka boforo boon received and disbursed, and ojralie Sentiment. gineer, and brakemen, portions : DEALES 15 fican give a full exhibit for the Opposed to Machine Politico and tho The cldost tdHiavo tho such olection. Thoro appears to bo a well donicd. Although tho epidemic who abandoned tho train aud 2 8. Tho Publio Printer is hereby nancial condition, and correct rea- Rule of Political Bosses. fosuded and growing sontimont of 1817, tho first ono known, did climbed somo trees. Tho loco- half, tho second a third and tlio Italian and American Maiiblb to print five hundrqd copies of povolcd to the in this section of Ivontucky in not reach America, that of 182G, motive and fourtoon cars were youngest a ninth. Of Courso, the Fcurlh, Fifth and Sixth Sections of sons for it. Wo wonld like to soo trial Prosperity Building up and Indusof the Now South. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE favor of Judgo W. W. EobortDon, starting in tho samo place, was raised bodily and carried nearly camels can't be divided onto frac- this act, and deliver them to tho Sooreta-r- him turn Iooso and run tho sly Earnest in Advocacy of Tennessee's spoodily communicated to thiB SCO foot from tho tions, so in despair the? hoihcrs vrhoso duty it shall bo to Fox iu his hole. Yooman. of Graves county, to succeed of Slate, STONES. C?l?.e.rcia1' Agricultural, Manufacturing track, while tho various County transmit them to Mineral Development. Judge Hines on tho Appellate continent in two places, cases ap- road-bewas completely oblitera- submitted their difficulty ',to Mo- Clerks; and it shall tho tho duty of ouch bo Keeping Flly Abreast of the Times on HATING received a fino lot of A met hammed Ali. "Pll lend y0u anBench, and in accord with this pearing almost simultaneously at ted. No ono was hurt. Tiio Italian Marble, I am rre All Qnnkcrs. MI Clerks to place them promptly in tho Loading Questions of tho Day. Quebec aiuKKeir York. Tho disother camel sentiment, as well as our own high 2il$ of tho damago has not yet and now divideto mako chrhtecn hands of each Assessor of tas for tho Abate Everything, it Will Bo a Good pared to fill all orders. Call and ez Thoro is not a Binglo militia comopinion of his abilities, tho Co- ease followed. tho water routos boon learned. Tho road-beur work. them yourselves " year 1885, in thoir respective conntiea. lewoppor, Completo in all tho and Tho consoquonco was tho Ordors from the country prom ptly urier nominates him for that po- west and south, and did not en- a number of bridges have been that each It shall also bo tho duty of tho Publio pany of Pennsylvania or ofpart Tc!?SPhic, General, Local and may 6 Printer to print fivo thousand copies of city of Philadelphia taking sition. Jadgo K's ability as a law- tirely disappear from tho United washed away by recent heavy brother got from Intelligence. this act upon n separate sheet, and deliver in tho national oncampment at m he seen that tho Subscription f !1 of a camel mortuinn he yer is well known, and the people States territory till 1833. The ep- rains. or blate, thorn to was ontitlod to and Ali receives forward the Secretarythe County who Bball Fairmonnt park. Tho City of ....-- - ., oron raimo as irfiw aa tho Ac C?rcerlcs need a man of his known energy, idemic of 1842.broko out in STew Clerks of tho samo to B"- - Sfc" Orleans and continued sevon his camel back again, tlidgeUlest tho various counties in such numbers as Brotherly Lovo and tho Stato of WnS"1...0' 1,nb,i8hlDB n Kt.CIass 25cts activity and working qnalitios to Lower than tiie Lowes Journal Will permit. Many of tho Stato papers aro iiiwuiui- gening nino tho of 1865 brush tho dust of! of tho long de- years, but the camels the to proviso at least two copies oft,isaid act aro Iato lamented William Ponn ak lho 8"PPort of nil who desiro . - enCJl calling attention to tho fact that second six tho third two. ' not what Mr. A. Ward would thBtO(!i0npaiio1It.Bp0kcni An,; MBcHne voting prvutuui, uuu o.iiu uiur&ts layed and accumulating cases in and 1S71 onobegiuning in STow for l have no clerk pxpensss bo store ron 6bf.ll deliver tho same to tho Shoriffs or call "gushing childs of nature." a Dcrao,u,c i'apor flJl0nM bo publ;8hcd in and pay cash for all my Groceries, and the Court of Appeals. Wo be- ork and thr other in Sow Or- tho matter of calling to Constituother officers acting in place bo voted andsiMtained in thiacilv. heroforo can soil as cheap as tho cheap lieve the counties of this Judicial leans, were 6f short duration. tional Convention is President Cleveland hns it shall bo the duty of suchthereof; and Indianapolis Journal. Sheriff or eterma of Tun Hum st. Itcsl brands of Witlenlerg and L$n District would stand by him sol- Tho track of tho disease is along on at tho election in August, and found out that his treating Sin other officor to post ono copy of said act tar Flour, 25 cent a cheaper than the !w urging the people to turn out Kopublicans with fairness flAJLY. the groat routed of travel. When aro voting for four weeks prior idly. U JOHN WITTING. nul at each eleotion,placo another copy atsomo Conjuilsfiioncrfi notice, Ur tli" yo" vote for it. The fact is, thoro favor is not appreciated; and to said uiiuu gaming aToothold in a coun- and $8 00 u Tlinv other suitable publio place in said pre. G montlia. Pcr3onsIiaviDp; claims against the es The cholera plaguo is fearfully try its progrjsilhi thcso days is have boon so many nuavailing at- ahuso him just tho same foftn Tfow 4 00 1 0 monili3. cinct; and any Officer failing to discharge tatc of O. 1. Clark, deceased, are notiCed .. tempts to call a Convention, that removals a3 for many. VK-f2 00 decimating tho population of many rapiu prescribed month.., the FETHE'&JfALOON", Masto me, 70 tho papers as well as tho peoplo publican leaders want alKtifc p0 fineddftlicseach fail uro in this act, shall bo hereby to present tho Fameoffice aaHicklocalities in Spain Tho larger cit1 week twenty dollars, to ter Commissioner, at my for in 20 havo lost heart and about concluies being moBt heavily scotiragcd Republican ofIli?i&rLi,i be recovered iu any Court having juris- man, properly proved, on or before the 3rd fltCiil,!. ouugoi.oxjHg raa(-j- a nst of ded that it is an impossibility to ers iem o vi d. If tho hm.T." " diction. with this rapid aud malignant Mouday in August, 18So, or they will be Oop year , poslag free, iu a.jTanac.51 00 LP""njcntsnhwr up to the got our Stato Constitution revis- out, they want the liuioum . i.!,iP.. ? 9. This act shall tako effoct from its barred. FUITSH P.KF.H consist Hy on lap, ,h,, ""ljTOI! xoi.u oi daiya jjUCO LU passage. T". i UIbU I'.vnnnv. w a rr uw jam and Tohasoa. of tl;e leal brsna ', ed. UNION' PT'Ji" fl!nn r. U UUl Democratic Nomination. JAMES W. TATS, , -- ". rtj ftv"ll.lof "ftcitLnrorjrToHcr, Tllf I..OS Ali(rnln& ...n.lrt Nnr i.uttv" u ul:l raid iu A' MWnu rrvTJ Mr, OtOiir (Turner, Jr., hd - v. Sayings. m t i'UHiomiT Sr ''i&::m!ti S. CASK. "4 MiLLirr. "i ;r "Von sec,' said the farmer to the lightning rod agent, "it ain't lightniii' that Tin afraid or, it's m sfjiiiioii, CASE & MILLET, . B00sLr ft n i ki-c- Tr.-.- .1-.- 1. ; -- ! of-A- brass-tippe- d d8-,ftRl- cd strik-mtorrc- KBSTTUCiKir. - T" ' rca.-d- s. DOORS, SAS H &c. scioicnsJLir- Faris Parker, - rain-mo- d HEBTWECK, BALTZER CO., Family Groceries. I y rt N, y rocer' d ickraan, Sentucky- semi-politic- al Crc-cater- s a THiE OLD REUSABLE CHAS. A. -- firal-clas- atlio-lctc- s, To-da- y, ML0MII13, Al A iU XINCE-ZRAA- T, fri red-ho- 4v SSSTOSS. May-fiel- d. re-elect- - iu w - itlv woa-do- DR. FAEIS. F. E. Family ice ckea-m:- pre-Ajhuni- ic to-da- y O Oil-Tor- 's HANDLE. d lnound-bnildcr- s, o cave-dwolle- rs d mm d hand-cuffe- d or s Cnotcl-siocpo- rs A SQl'AIKXIfQ fe east-boun- d n wa-torspo- pock-mark- OE -- ro-vors- The-litori- ip-ffi- g o - m Court-hous- e -- y d cx-to- nt d Dcpart-vtVll'- Jr ono-oiSi.t- t.' one-hal- -- - :- -i .1 -- rtt-i- .- 'ic-- i - - 1 te ' di-eag- e. 1 - Approved January 19, 186M. mi sV-- - sm. H 4? t . Cherry t Uushvhltf, Tenn Pairaaaj;e,eolcited.? m 31 t r. ''r fv T. t..tn W