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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 hic1885073101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -L-iw- . .' ii!nnHi . .ii l "! J& y - - r y? m warn -- fe ii comer. FRIDAY PUBLISHED EERY BY sff S?" GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN, KY. OAee-J&ck- son THE HICKMAN i COURIER. mm -- Street, next door to City HalL GEORGE WARREN, Editor. f 1S59. T. I V &9fflE3feE Fine Job Printing EXECUTED -- With Neatness and Dispatch. - Tlie Oltlent JNe-wspsipex- - in 31. 1S85. . ' 'Sr I0. BALE BILLS, 23rXVBr.02ES, lettbr-headb- ; BILL-HEADS, s iisrviTA.Tiosra. VOL. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. CURRENT TOPICS. Missionaries aro what London seemt ESTABLISHED A CLOUD-BURS- HTCKMAN, FULTON BOUNTY. KENTU Wk, PR1DAY. JULY VEILED CRIME. ROYAL ALLIANCE. XX.rKO.S oa.r.Xj jus-- a ETC.. ETO. ss:ia xja. . SPaRS WOE. THE COMMONWEALTH. n V V-I ' , -- . 4 r . 4 i Marrluce or Prince llrntrtco to Trlnee LonUTlHe Lear Tobacco STarkrt. Tho Stric jand on tho Vorgc Henry, of Itatteiiuerg. Appalling Disastor Noar Colorado to need. The significancovf dry weather to tho Perpetrator Knoun. ipulation. Springs. Col. marriage London, July 23. The great Photographs of a lightning stroko have Burley interest isincreased by the peculiar SherleyssIiuro, Pa., July 24. Thirty of the year is over. The best beloved of been made, but none of the rainbow. position of that typo in the general crop ago John R. Hicks, n then prosper- the royal children, the one xvho has mob, Reported Ka-TjOXDOS uosen't object to being wicked. itlie Srourge Only a Tho area under Burley plants east of Terrible Destruction of Vropcrty and years nearly touched popular sympathy and ous .young potter of this place, mysteriousT14 'the Truth, tu Ilejvy Loss of Life. She draws tho lino at being found out. Louisville is probably about SO per cent, ly disappeared. Large rewards were ofjiopular regard, has made what every short of last yenr, and tho late plantings Judge Lambert Tree, the new Minister fered, hut to no purpose. Previous to his Englishman fears, and most Englishmen were not generally successful. H fbe to Belgium, is said to bo worth 5,000,000. London, Jt; he was known iMvepidemlc of chol- - great tobacco districts south and west of Colorado Springs Col., July 2C. Ono singular disappearancesum of money, to declare to ho tho most unfit and unworthy era A Pole at Detroit has tho name of John cf tho most disastrous cloud bursts ever have received a largo and match of at least two generations. The in Spain; DHnncmore nlarminj; Louisville, there i3 not half as much Burley Sczghwgznski--eleve- n consonants in suc- known in this section of the State struck a his wife and tho community in general set wedding, or rather such phases of it even daj. id disease is spreading tobacco planted ns in 18S4, thero bavins cession. BabajWL rapidity, and been an extensive return to tho old types. plebeian eye could take ever u uere im tho point a few miles "north of, ,tbisclty lasfcjjtled down to the iwlief that he had left the as such was a pageant, a' with constant! .The United States has 125,000 miles of midnight. But for tho fact that the storm country for some unknown and unex in, ssiSWiortalitv. Nu- - In the State at large, it appears to bo a rfTQYJPCM have not oill- - conservative estimate that the stand of d of which has been built etruck the crest of a hill, where the water plained reason, as no discovery was over the Isle of Wight had certainly never seen meroua towns! railroads, notified SoritJes of tho exist? Burley has been reduced 40 per cent, as since 1STS. Cowed in opposite directions, the loss of life made that led to tho belief that he had before. The Queen left tho palace for the cinlly of cholera ifg tlietn, nnd the actual The once mur- Lcjpjrch shortly before one o'clock. or been suicide Tub Chinese restriction bill has been rnifit have been appalling. Several rail- committed deathjl jtxcetjU the ollicial sta- - compared with 1834. Wo advance quotacases of passed through the Ontario Senate without. road and wagon bridges in tho vicinity dered. Now, after a lnpse of thirty years, procession made its entrance into me tistics- - Tboas of, the unner classes tions on Burloy tobacco from trash up to comes a remarkable relation that explains church along a coverod way through the amendment. dallvT ami all hope of fancy loaf, and on dark and heavy styles were carried . away, and a lare aiidclears away tho mvsterv of (licks' churchyard. Tho equiries passed in first, are il Ing to Fr Hiiitr "contagion seems to from common lugs up to Aiodlum leaf. We TOe' disappearance.' "On Tuesday--. "Mrs. Marv then followed the foreign guests and then Etemmiug the New Zealand is purchasing American amount of track ' "swept "frit." . - quote 18S1 tobaccos ripMdlows for f ull- tnnAl nt, Vr!ne- - the roval family. When all bail entered tho have been l03."'sisS nis.a nt Tl. A. t Eaton. Smierintsnilent. ReilttV. an nlil wnmnn whn ,.........t n ilsifif nn,. nml llffrwl ttlflt. theV .v.fc v.., locomotives. England does not put them 'i j Mahhiik JuUiMia'lmFckoloriv bero ro- - Wftltrlifc imrlrr,T.o. KP ,5VT 1 " of Schools, was lit ted from its foundation' yard Mill, but who lived nt Sherlevsburg edifice the organist plavid Handel' Occa " fcft" Irrilfe'thrth-eyMtieeutrroonf- l up satisfactorily. 7J "C ruumber of cases, siunal Overtures All the royaUadiiprkinotns In and cnraoil down the stream with JDaritddiHeabMllttlIitiHtvim Mien x. Paper is now made into imitations of velocity; In the house nt the .tjjne were injne,jriM.nPj of Satriuel mni.i sttaiMent encworo circtssesotwmiegosamersnK. ui u.mif It, Norlmljh-- 'I'll,, mm SlOrniS SII- - rrol, dence of General Grant and hi family $3 ;na t to f .i 7Ta 4 no nndi Bard in effect upon the lujjs.. 4 am . 4 2Va 4 75 from the first, and that their devotion, their horn,rubbcr,n tortoise shell, amber! glass w.anu Mrs.taju,uu uau juau icm - uuiyaumy, wherein sue alleges that John Prince and Princess of Wales did not jointhe penrto have' (inaiuverxedistressing scenes Common lugs.. C s x 5 no 5 aa i 75 .. Medium skill and their judgment had never been' "pidemic Soni6 Jiacrs mr iHotusui. as uuu us iueiuruia cw- (mui, was rauraereu, ana mat M3 noay the procession. They both remained at and various kinds of cloth. 0 2a 6 50 . 5 7ry& 6 25 Good lups . . fiuestinned. and that thev would always be ns fconc nled at a remote spot among the entrance to the church. Prince nenry. the are witnessed. ilav ijouiesaro unourieu lie juiupeu irum ui u izeu iue siiuaiiun fi ifvk 7 25 . 6 Ma 7 00 leaf.. Milch cows on farms In the United of dbc" floating dwelling,-instructihis rocks in.a. piece of woods in German Val- bridegroom, wore a white uniform, nnd on A mniontv of the inhabitants have lied Common leaf... considered friends of tho family, as they v 8 OOtJlO 50 8 25 . 7 CO Medium Vnd been of the deceased. States between 1870 and 1SS0 increased SO wife to do the same. After a hard struggle ley? this county, and that his bones the front of his coat were numorous orders. and the remainder uro incapable of at- Good leaf S wnaio SO 12 50815 50 . Returns from all Funcy leaf l(i5U2SU0 .13 ooan oo he succeeded in reaching a place of safety. remains there to this day. Mrs. Beatty He passed into tho church accompanied by tending to theJaTck. , . . per cent, and reached 12,500,000. THE BURIAL. ThT choler.1 infected dishouse. The wife clung states that the members of tten the General is said to have in- TnE house in which Georgo "Washington Instead of jumping the struck the strangers on the night of the murder two bridesmaids left thehis roval which they but five of vestry, in which in Spalrifr'ac5L tue nlnber oI to the house, in timatetl that should hodie here during hot resided during a visit to Charleston, S. C, 'Denver and New Orleans Railroad bridge search of stooped at her father's house be had been waiting, for the" entrance to tho trictscases of the dleaoyesterday at '2,542, .nitrrlUnriiut Item. new lodging. Tbev purported to wenthehjie would prefer that his remains is about to be turned into a bakery. The Oakland Tannery, at Louisville, a hundred yards below, and was dahed to drovers, nnd flisnlnved lnrcn rolls of churchvard tn receive the bride. Tho ar- and of tho deathsfat 019. Thoof contagion should rtmain here until cooter weather, Iogrono, burned tho other morning. Loss on build-iu- g the bride was. her- bae spread to t&e province the purpose being to spare his family a sad sjxko German rival ol the Queen iecc The Grand Duke Nicholas arrived in ijuuv s. Diligent search failed to discover money. Both of the men nr occurred. eolMrfl. Eaton'.-- bod v. TseveraHfluenth. father's alded with cheers and a royal salute. The where several cas havenl-ead- y and fatiguing journey in sultry weather. hr and stock about !j2.",000, hnlf of which Sara-cos(London tho other day. Niok is probably families living further up the creek, barely house "several days. They succeeded in pipers played tho march "Highland Lad- The troops statieled in tho city of It is doubtful, however, if this suggestion is after a copy of the Tall Mall Gazette. r where thSfdisease is now rnging, is covered by insurance. Tho origin of tho lives.' .Later report gainjng tho conlldence of John Hieks, die," and the Spithead and Solont Guns escaped with their fully carried out, though it is not unlikely keep up firo is not known. Tho Kruegor Uros. are grand salute. The thundered valley uortu oi tne that the remains may repose here some Russian harvest prospects continue dis- lrom thaluckiebs tho devastation town anu when not scouring tho country, entered thoa church on the bride'sQueen have lieeu supplied with guitars to instru- the owners. left. their spints. Thelniusic of these and were constantly in his society. On tho days. This, however, is entirely at the ., couraging. Winter wheat in the southern indicate that nre greater than first night precedinsr less of life disappearance of The Prince of Wales was on - tho ments can bo hean day and night. disposal of Colonel Fred Grant, to tho At Butler a gun in tho bands ot John provinces gives barely a middling return. supposed. On the slopes of Shooks' Kun Hicks one of the men took his depart- - right of the bride. The bridesmaids folwhom is left tho entire control of. Sorrell burst, the other morning, a part of SOAROiFy OF WATER. Using the letters in the word "knowl- w ere a number of summer camper. v3Iany. ore. On the following night the other lowed. Princess Beatrice bowed to the all arrangements relative to his father's A the barrel passing below the right ear cutuoya guests on either side as sho advauced up remains, it isnot unlikely tbat a proposi- lapsoor several edge," a little Georgia girl recently formed ting quite a gash; his right arin was quite and as the flood camedown in they ritunietl, and a gain took lodging at the niste. Tho scene as the Queen, dressed tion from tho citv of New York to accord a tt 240 distinct words7and carried off apprize. tnestrenui, PeiiUHjlxanlil Town and A I'ainliie In a tho nltht If is feared mam novo pensueu. ilrs. Beattv's hnn. Tlift tliniav ,nrtitinn iu block, with lace, and wearing a miniaburial plot for tho General and his wife when severely hurt. Great SuuVHiK Sold forKlglit "Silver Threads Among One bodv. that of a Swede woman, is re- - ibetween her room and their aoartmenten- - ture diamond crown, entered the church, of she, too, shall have passed away might be Mr. Daniel Oilman, a PO,iteirfouiideveral miles belowctho town. fablodher to hear almost every word tha was very impressive. The brido looked a Cullon. considered by the Colonel. The impression Onft the Gold" has been appointed posfrnaster News in was said, thov left, she that Washington may be chosen as tho Jjuly 27. The suffering old citizen of Louisville is dead. at Shiocton,Wis., at asalary of $2f 2 ayear. intensefrom Shooks" Run is awaited with discovered and lieforn had murdered tlnnllv verv pretty. She was dressedwasivory satin Ashland, Pa artisticalHicks, with, honitonlace. Her hair anxiety. burial spot is believed to be founded on tho ' that they A Daviess County horse, which was g The last Wow to the and hidden his body in the spot designated ly arranged, and its effect was made more in the neighborhtod of Dark Corner, Lo- bitten by a mad dog in May, has died of rink present inclination of Colonel Grant. The charming by a wreath of orange blos- cust Dale and MaJanoy Plane from scarcby her in her statement. Betnc of an exhas been given by a Philadelphia physionly condition made by tho General, "and 7r A FRIEND OF THE JEWS tremely nervous temperament, Mrs. Beatty soms which she wore. The Princess of ity of water is intense. At the latter hydrophobia. g thnt as long ago as June 21, was that his recian, who says enlarges the refrained frnm Hiji1n.inrr lioi- - awful .JX.... .. ., Wales wore a costume of white enti dp place the people aw compelled to buy the ... A bull belonging to Eugene Lann, ot mains should be interred where those of U.. . " .... ciwror Xil. Prince Henry stood nt the south side she too might suffer the terrible Tribute to Geiie.nl Grunt Lafayetto County, became enraged by the incidents at the side ov tue dvino sol- Mrs. Grant might in time lie besido his own. j; Norristown, Pa., has a preacher who late of Hicks. For nearly thirty years of the altar and awaited the bride. The water, which is (rought to tho town in heat, the other day, and gored a valuable Jiahbl I'roune anil III Congregn ion THE SAD NEWS AT WASHINGTON. dier. Princess walked with a firm step up the barrels, at a pricof eight cents per galshe has retained tne secret of Hicks' mysdoes not want and will notrtako a vacation, Order No. 11." Mt. McGregor, N. Y., July terious disappearance, and now that she is aisle. After Wagner's Bridal March had lon. Dark Corner on horso to death. Tho ieodo of his reason being that the devil does not Ilouse, tho w ires the New York, JuIyJK. Habbl llrowne, as rapidly Hearing the grave says she wishes been played, the Archbishopof Canterbury wash-da- y wash to Goon mules ranging from fifteen nnrt a Grant died at S:0S this morning. His death reached been White night connected there either havj with take one. having last to relieve her mind of its unbearable read the service, the bride ami bridegroom with carry, their half to sixteen hands high, nre selling in & personal ineiii1 andadmiijer of General peaceful and easy. Pain nnd sufferMcGregor. The President thus had the ... u .. ...1 responding iu clear tones, which were heard clothing mine a vntor or about a mile ... Jon?. C. Fremont says ho has campea Grant, this morning preached-- a seimom irAJntf kjl.n In .nun in uer y.uw. stream ur ip to Scott County nt from $110 to 100 per head. ing left his side for many hours before earliest dispatch. The White Houso flag U where Chicago, Minneapolis and Salt Lake tuiogitic of the deceased in the Temple fT.n f, .ml is fd..........l 1... nil Ull llfl .... - throughout the luilditig. TheAt Queen away. The inenFiifter coming from their j vj miu ,3 .ill and tho work, have to earn" water from a well a away. brido the right. Christian life. Hopes are enter- - gave The Mayor of Stanford has issued a death entered tho door. Like Henry Clay, was ordered atbe t, lowered. was the first City now are before tho first inhabitant (Htesof'Hope, in this city. to close of tho service "Mendelssohn's irrrat distance sway. So slow does the proclamation against unmuzzlod dogs, dehe had felt a dread of pain at the.'end, and in the city were thus once sentTelegraph .xLJained of bringing the perpetrators of the messages to tho at put up his cabin. l: "Iwlih to snv from this PBerciil fyeiled ertme to justice. Thoir names and Anthem was sung. The Queen. Princo water run that i sometimes 0 o'clock bewhen assured that he wouldsufter none, watchmen iu all the departments to be killed at sight. nmt tliRt the Jews have Iot.a creut friiindln present places and residences nre known to Henry and the relatives on both sides fore they have enough to wish themselves. claring that they shall Spelling-reforseems to be making tlio,leat!i of Cenornl fSrant. t know it creat., like tLat great statesman, his last fears of put the Hugs ab t. The Into-riOk a herd of twenty-nin- e the bride. As the bridal party left Manv have to llf&m benches unwashed till the authorities. followed next after the Whito progress jn the worldof spirits. A prophet liCtil of irritation was at one time cmiscu iy the church Mendelssohu's Wedding March next dav, when tfaoy go to their work with steers nnd heifers, owned by J. Y. Bond, the day of his final dissolution vanished. House, that order and within a few moments ess in Chicago writes her name: "Madafhi, 'Onlrr No. 11,' and In reference toLust April. was heard. The dress which Princess Be- the dirt and dusfef thedav before yet ou of Scott County, nine head died of pleuroFor a long time he had a perfect knowl1 will ncak tho whole truth. from the public THE CASKET. atrice will wear in starting on her bridal thptn. At one wril, half a'milo from the pneumonia, and the remainder wero killed edge that ho w as going to die. He was re- the whole city was notified nt once sent a' ,. Barlowameria, trans mejuiiu." ou may remember. I wroto an artiolo. buildings. Tbe President trip is of figured China crape of a soft village, thero is always a string of women signed and show ed no desire to avoid the on the subject. ejuotlnK my convocaM. Perky, the French astronomer, an cream color. The top is caugnt up on the waiting in turn t fill their buckets. The and buried to prevent tho further spread of subject, or vain regret that it was in- message of condolence to Mrs. Grant and tion with President Grant In his cottaco .V respectfully asking her wishes nounces tho rather novel theory that earth- -' llBiuKomo Cao Tj lie Made at Roches left side by long loops, with ends of cream water has not ben mj scarce for many tho disease. evitable. So quiet, "nsy nnd gentle was then wrote to the part which the Governin regnrd ribbon. The loops are driven through years. No raiHiuas fallen for over five ter to Krrrlvc Grant ICemulns. quakes, like tho tides are caused by the, fJrttnt Inter read my communication to tnojpp' moire The four Owensboro banks have nearly a the approach of the final conquerer of all, ment could take in showing respect to tho v She weeks, causing a drvnesa of earth to the made in the skirt. lres, ami Itsaid to I)r John 1. Newman:. i l7 iitff4tfi .'. x., juiv a. Tf oiem button-hole- s t attraction of the suu and moon. that he was conscious of the rising of tho memory of her husband. This letter ho dis1 cotisiilor mo Ci now my dut to make known a million dollars on deposit. m.Mi.n, will also wear a dolman of the samo maon the suu upon his last day. His closed eyes lie dust is first Notwithstanding tho fact that txvo secret that I have Kept these twenty years, nnuiacturtng Lompany ot this city re- teria!, having two square ends iu front, depth of four feet not daMTibethick misery of the State gave no greeting to its first ray, which shot patched by an officer upon the soon train-aucolored The the roads, and pen the rrponibihty McGregor after it will bo due hundred persons were poisoued in Sicily and loente the order came to uponfrom proper ceived an order and is now pre- trimmed with Irish lace. Tho bridesmaids' one exTwriinie5 can Dflwinir alone them. have Tfi lodges and a membership of 3,T13. Wash mo through the open blinds and" illuminated midnight. The at nbilft parties. That next sumPresident dresses were of embroidered silk muslin Sometimes it is inijiossible to seo the road, I proteteil njcainst It. but paring a casket for the remains of General by eating ice the other day, our inrioii direct. hanging his The Kentucky Conference M. E. Church the portrait of Lincoln he ceasedbesidedraw moned the Cabinet for an early meeth.td to promulgate it ajraint mv will. I Grant. It is to be what is called the "State over ivory- - satin, and petticoats or ilounces owini to the trreot cloud of dust which to own over the bed, and American girls will not take warning. arriving members Upon the FhHil make this statement in my book of Mechlin lace with a design of orange rise under the l&ofs of the horses. The South will meet in Versailles this full. Sep his last gentle breath as it passed off, leav- ing. of tho ' metalic flower bnds over a satin corsage trimmed official notice gave he Mr. Ncwmnn comtaunicatiHl that style," and is a A prominent lawyer who has been pracbeen fixed as the date. ing tho picture acain iu gloom." The weary death and of his proclamation. It was at streets m Ashland are kept damp by two tember bus inc..jtKe to me In the name of Genera! casket. It is the finest ever made, w ith the same lace. ticing in Philadelphia for forty-tw- o years, f. rant sprinkling wago, which are constantly Monday in and is the first of its kind manufollow njc A catkisii weighing 2.V) pounds and watch of his last night da earth was ouco agreed to close the Departments also the said recently that ho has never known the Iik a on the go from .tin the morning until 0 at measuring eighteen" inches between tho shared by all the family, his, two physiown was Grant house. for the day. As a matter of fact nil had carried factured. It is six feet long, covered by a man, and was Pleasure Turned Into Mourning. law business to bo so dull as it is at pres- providential nuht. From the fanning villages sur- eyes has been caught on n trot lino below cians and his faithful attendants, Dr. practically suspended work without waitpro'ldentiHlly around the world, so that all red cedar shell, with the finest purple silk Sands having left after the last ing for the return of the members of tho ent. poo the noblest velvet, the frame with heavy solid silver Erie, Pa., July 23. The city is tn mourn- rounding ri'iortR tome that thecropsaronll Cairo. ruces und relijrione and retired early to Cabinet, and tho Pension Otllce actually consultation and witheri for want of rain and American. Mo?es liberated threo millions of mountings and portals. Tho "inside metal ing over the death of General Grant. The dry b Douglas, worn out by closed. Dr. Jim Tugole, who, over twenty years bed. The gold fever has struck the town or peoitle. his own brethren, from Egyptian is that aj and jotatoes will bo very scarce of laborers was set at highly polished copper. The casket will Grand Army Posts were in the act of pa- this fall and a high price will be demanded nco killed old man Trasper. was riddled his almost sleeples- vigilance,jdo7ed, while ouco at The forcedrape the public build- & xvork to ; Reeding, Vt., and already tortuno hunters bondage. Grant liberated three millions of Dr. Shrady took his place ongguard, and ings. The Interior Department 'seemed ' n race not his own, from American open full length, the top beinsr of fine rading to march to the annual encampment for them. Tae woods about here aro very with buckshot by his two sons near are at work. The rock is said to yiold $1S French beveled The inside nlrp.nilv eonmnod for .tho .service l oudHi'u. tue muni in unu vuu, reiuimu a ton at five feet depth, $10 at seven feet brethren, over the dead bodies of his own trimminzs are of iiuht crtaui heavy satin. w hen the tolling of the rity bells announced dry ami foresV flr have again isbroken out. This reopens an old feud, and ofteninmiiv they could not keep away fro"' fr. breaking the nesroc9 chains. t, ns it Tbt Rroad M&untiin. which i noted for was progressing JdAlllCd.jml mmwj. Wr.nfe f,iHw f fht Grant's dth.. Thn rati. r nnd. nl. and boon the work on liundrXd"irt" LjciCroomfryiwoaJ a Imi" ad$0!) at ten feet. tliur ;ii iipea. mrvo ntunoim rfr.rnjjBvu'--i-it iMiV JTC anjrois oi neavon nave neon hqkiuk snnwruaieriai, upon wnicn win ie Hand- Othr ' ing'. 'VUwla?irtjg3tQnsTv5luine8ti, mipufou'each side, adivpl"tinie is expecUW" KpstflnJbuigjnjKiSUiajifc AVhJte House wereproniptr A monument is to be erected to the mem. so that our American Mosos plight somely embroidered the initials "U. S. G." were suspended, anil the great picuic smoke arose fiwtnUoMLurnuiJr'brusiriind' Tni' tho' 'BK .' - tHeTTffht side, on tue ioti!mVira?uco nXXwithin two noursoi-tue- aujaurameuu near futunJLVrr'r----of Tho handles are of solid silver, made es- was ' converted path to tho rei'fms ory "of Mrs. Surratt, who was executed as climb on his iinil lioen used bv tho doctor witlfhii a ead of the Cabinet meeting tbelabur of draping memorial spread tUelf ovq the ' eastorn portion ol into a shake hands The nggregato State assessment for this nnd shoulders propped up by pillows, and i in many thousands of with a conspirator in tho assassination of Presi- blis and Jlopesof old. with his prntotypc-ouro- pecially "from models and dies manufac- servicp, The fti? is very The day of Grants tured solely for them. The outside box is people in aHondance. The band, which the tow u. very ripidly. extensive and it year exceeds that of 1SS1 by more than his calm face gave no sign oC paia. He all of them was well advanced. Aiany spreading had aNo made full resi-th- e prjTat0 citizens of dent Lincoln. Brick Pomeroy is at tho death comes so near to the aoniven-arperfectly casv. Until within $12,000,000. for putting crape on their the lali or Jerusalem, Uiat tho fact is thus of red cedar, heavily lined with lead. The had bgun to play a quickstep, was stophead of the movement. past two da s th's position had rations and as early as 0 o'clock heavy fixed In the Jewish calendar to bo remem outside is finely finished, with the corners ped, and the veterans instcadof proceedPOISOSED HORSES. The Henderson AVtcs has boon informed been impossible on account cf tho .l,.,,,.,.,. and tops tastil'v mounted with silver ing with jaunty step and llyiug bunting, A Nantucket woman, to combino busi bered by all Jews." on dwelliuns and busi- .nourmnr i thnt a Methodist lady of that place, whose filling up of the tbroat. bringing on a fit of ness housesnrueared and fs practically indestructible. inarched through the city with furled and At the conclusion, Rabbi Browne prayed in all sections of the city. ness with the exercise ordered by roncrega-tioand draped color, stepping slowly to the sol- - rift Mreet CarHorei Hosed Willi Croton physician had abandoned her case as choking, but he we now so weak that the PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. the doctor, is driving a public carriage for for the depnrted soul, the whole rising and The casket is perfectly weighs three hundred pounds. The casket emu "Dead March in haul." At the campFrey, Ui bv oi hopeless, has been suddenly aud complete- muscles had relaxd. and were nSlonser Following is the proclamation issued by the accommodation of summer visitors, reciting order thel'reident Kadisfc. "This will be shipped Sunday. w ith Rabbi the capable of the necessary exrrtioa: The ing ground memorial .services were held morning ly restored to health by prayer. hls Cleveland. (july and is doubly benefited. is a prayer," said Rabbi Brown, "never refeeble and jmiuless effort to couih now President Cleveland: New York, July The canopy to be and addresses made by prominent citizens. proprietor of n saw- and thru was all that was heard. So. exDavid The President or the United Statos bus Just before." "We say it uied above General Grant's cotfin was stmt cited for a Wheeling, W. Va., July 2.'!. This city just after feediuf time, fifty horses, betho death of that The city of Duluth, at the head of Lako onlt, for our dead priests," said one of tho to Saratoga received was last used at witnessed a sudden transition from mirth to longing to theffiqperior Street Railroad mill at Boat Landing, near Bowling Green, amination of tho throat had been made iUnstriou the wid tidinirs of It of citien anil Superior, which was almost unknown fif- officers, "and uo Rabbi ever lestowed such the funeral of Bishop Simpson at Philadel- mourning The gav decorations dis- Comiwny, were taken sick, several of them shot a tramp named G. W. Stringer, w ho since a week ago, when it was Ioofgd at in United 5tates. General Llys-- e S. Grunt,the at teen years ago, is now third in the list of a.i honor on a Gentile." Rabbi Browne phia. It consists of four heavily-carve- d played in honor of the Snmgerfest visitors dying in a very Inert time. Upon exami- threatened his life. Stringer will die. the sunlight, and proofs of the s.eauy pro- .ML McC.rcKor. In the ?tato or iNcw ork. to gress ot the disease then assured alspeedy winch placo bo hail lately been removed n nnd the congregation shed tears during the mahogunj- - jiosts, with black broadcloth were quickly torn dow n when the news of grain receiving ports, outranking Milwauthe horses Campbell gave himself up. Tho two had a culogyand'prayer for tho dead C tho endeavor to prolong his lire. and damasso silk curtains, looped with silk General Grant's death was received, and in nation it was discavered that crotou oil. difficulty some days Iwfore, nfter which end. kee, Toledo and St. Louis. Tho "hypodermic Injections ofjbrandy In making this announcement to the peotheir place emblems of mourning were dis- food had been saturated with and chenille tassels. cars Campbell learned of the threat and carried wore continued with greater frequency, but ple of tho United States, the President is Implayed, while portraits of the German It was found nuiosiblo to ttart the been Girard ColloeIs pushing on its work of the public composers gave way to those of the dead for several hours,' and they have A NEW FANGLED BURGLAR. without effect. When first resorted to they pressed awith the magnitude ofwho was la for him. a shot-gu- n technical training. A foundry and blackMysterious and Horrible Murder. of great military lea lor, caused a reaction aud a rallying of' the life loss hour of victory magnanimous, amid dishero. Triumphal arches were robed in running on long Hmo all day. Thu smith shop will soon be added to tho splenA joint reunion of tho Federal and ConBoston, July 21. The body of a woman somber black. Governor Wilson arrived evening several more died, and, il force, but the reserve was exhausted. Thev the A Itox That Contained a I.lvc ?Ian, a who In aster will not re- federate soldiers of Daviess County has were only giveu tostady the pulse, which every serene and didly equipped machino and carpenter Tois feared, at least twenty-fiv- e was found in tho bay last night. It had in the city from Charleston a JIillyv a Kaznr. a llottlo of station, whether us a soldier or row ard ol been arrnnired for October 22d at the fair was constantly flagging, and sometimes us a Chier Magistrate, twice called to cover. The company offers a shop provided for the boys, i.Cb'oroforih and a Itope. been securely sewed up in a sack. Tho night he issued a proclamation recomt roil un200 for tho apprehension of those who put of bnsinesson the was o weak that It could not le counted at power by his fellow countryaen, undecided grounds in Owensboro. A long, slender white worm is reporNvl legs, arms and head had been severed mending tho suspensionother becoming obduty, the oil in tho ftl. Several days ago th all. Sometimes tho injections were only swervingly the pathway or und stmiRhtfor-Ward-. day of the funeral, and Elroy, Wis., Julj' 26. A box was sh!p-pe- d from tho body and placed in to bo destroying the watermelon vines in Over $200,000 have been subscribed to the fivo minutes a part, aud at otheVtitncs n bv doubts, single mindedhas company had nilhh'culty with a number ol tho servances. on the express last night from Black with The entire country the Salem County N. J.) belt. It eats into sack. The autopsy its men nnd discharged three, fifteen othert capital stock of tho Henderson Cotton Mills half hour or uenny an hour would elapsed Jeep emotion bis prolouiredwitnessed by tho Medical and patient Chicago. Tho messenger, leaving ou n roiosal of the company to re- Company, and tho success of tho enterprise beforo a repetition became necessary. struggle with painful disease, and has the heart of the plant's root, causing it to RItt Falls to Must Go. Cattlemen Mn r,r Pierce, became suspicious of tho Examiners was completed this afterinstate the discharged men. It is claimed Tho patient was fast growing weaker and w atched by his couch of suffering with tcar-lu- l wilt and die in a short tunc. and showed very clearly ' 4lcWjits, and telegraphed to Officer. Riely noon,woman was strangled aud' then that Washington, July 23. Tho President that the prosenibutrngo can bo directly at- is assured. sympathy. weaker. Henry kept a moistenedhandker-chie- f the cut An agreed case is being prepared in To prevent their childreu from getting her. On tho arrival of the train nt up after death. The corpse was evidently issued a proclamation directing tho tributed to the present ditliculty. The destined end ha como at last, and his to his lins and drops of jjnilk were who s.cnt returned was open- laid npon its face, after tho victim had cattlemen In the Cheyenne and Arapahoe the box to Bourbon County's subscription to given him, but he could no" longer, wallow. spirit has The greatto the CreatorNation that placo lost, the heads of several families sojourn- tlifs heart of fhc a been strangled and the remains were then reservation in the Indian Territory to refound Ghastly Discovery. was inside and tho Kentucky Union Railway, that the Respiration, which at the seven o'clock it forth. him when living with lovo and ing at Asbury Park have adopted the use ed, followed revolver, a chopped with an axo or some other rough move their cattle within forty days. The examination was thirty, steadily grew prido. bows now iu sorrow above him dead, nmn armed with a of Mount Carjiix, Pknn., July 27. Great carried of linen tags, on which the name and ada moro rapid ns it became 'shallower. tenderly mindful of his virtues, his 'great bid, a razor, bottle ot chloroform, .andhis instrument. A theory that the body has at following telegrams resulted iu tho issu excitement existsjiere over the discovery matter may bo delay. to the Conrt Appeals without dress ari printed or embroidered. Abdominal action ceased almost en- - j patriotic services and of the loss occasioned bj Vh of cord. Ho refuses to give any time been in the hands of medical stushort, feeof tho charred remains of a man aud boy was Qcoxg Lee , a Chinese laundrynian at." natt. The boxwas shipped to Sidney L. dents is entirely disproved by the autopsy. ance of President Cleveland's proclamaThe Louisville correspondent of a Cin- tlrelv. and thereshow onlv n was breath- - I... l.lc lntli of rcpect to tho memory of giving cattlemen forty days to at the oponingof an old colliery, a mile cinnati paper, writingof tho Kentucky Iu blo panting to In testimony tion y Chicago. Two more persons that he Lapeer, Mich., was given three days by EtiDPosed to bo confederates, were itis ordered that the Kxecu-t.v- e leave tho Indian Territory: east of here. The bodies are boyonri stituto for tho Blind near that city, makes ing at all. All this time hewas only General Gruntand the several Departments Mansion the village washerwomen to leave, town, r of the boy but ho showed intelligence pt Washington bo draped In mourning for Both legs "Washington, D. C, July 21. hore this morning, and all three; are recognition. Grant's Burial Place. threatened to cut off his x:ue in liil. It is supposed that they had burned 'Jo a crisp and tht tho following statement: "You would be by weak nnd futile attempts to clear his a period of thirty days, and that all publio Mt. McGregor, N. Y., July 24. General "To Lieutenant General V. II. Sheridan, Ft. are Ileno, I.T.: t?ViqtMd jb rob the,mail and expr,es car, skull bone glisteas in the sun. Tho mnn'i surprised," continued Prof. Huntoon, "to tfiroat. Other means werp used tostimu- - business shall on the day of the funeral be unless he complied with their request.. Grants,remains are to be interred in "The cattio leases are void, and the Govof base-ba: iM imng body rests upon1 that of the lioy, and it nines play n gamo on late physical action. Mustard plasters suspended; ana the Secretariesto bo urand is Known nero reguiuui), ii" KANSAfyJound treeless .and a desert by lupp.iity of the men. Issued 'New York, 'August 8. As yet ernment has the undoubted rfcht to remove terribly disfigured. Near by the remains see our to will cmie order were applied to their diamond, which you so beneath thoso tho legs, and hot the body, hot to" the feet, or the Navy military and naval honorSjto the pioneers, now bears upon its fertilabo-sotho cattlemen and their herds from the were found jutettle-druand cymbals for appropriate arrangements for tho funeral are incombottles plneo but both hands water feet weracold nnd be rendered on that day. 20,000,000 fruit trees and 200,000 acres-oand which leads ttfTtbo supposition that they shade trees. The catcher takes his plete, of course, out? 'it has been decided reservation; nnd the Indians may be asKilled a Greet Snake With Oynamite. hereunto set In witness whereor, I havo of sured of the determination to protect their one ot tho bauds whicfe lehind the batter, spreads his feet apart, clammy beforo midnight. Hewas past forest trees, all planted by mnn. An the JJnltcil and caused tho seal 23. For a number that after leaving Mount McGregor tho rights. What Is your judgment as to the were metnbersof recently. Foul play it EiKnwr.T, Inc., July hands inn grasping position. rallying. Nothing remained boTto make mrhand, be afllxed. Done at the Citv'.or and holds his visited this place increased rainfall is one Slates to of, y'car past ari occasional glimpse of a body will remain at Albany over night, necessity as to immediate removal of tho suspected, nnd tbe Coroner will iuve",aU The twomy-iuirthe end as easy as possible. ' ? onj unui), Washington, mis batter calls for high, low or medium the Citv in evory as a solution of the difficulty? the case. result. Colonel Fred Grant would D. enako of enormous propo'rtions in the and thousand e.ght hundred and t .... lie in 41. state in 111 TTflll , n 1J11U .In.. Please remain at Ft. Reno until tho quesballs, as the case requires, and the pitcher now and then and smooth hiscome, but he eighty-five- , one and or the Independence or-tVa.1. lilt? fAl1n.lMn UUV. cattlemen i.1 XU11V, hry, It is expected that'at the present rate of vicinity of a marsh three "miles sonth of The body has been embalmed and the fuce tion is determined. advances, measures the height of his own seemed conscious of nothinir around him. United Stntcs.lho une hundred and tenth Thajfbhiicago Duel. survey the geological jpap p the United tbii city has been the., cause of .Jiiuchl Is safd'to app;ar strikingly . Gkover Cleveland. rsignedl Presi"G rover Cleveland." midnight Dr. Newnianfell upon returns to his box and counts one, Just lly tho president. Chicago, ItST' uI" 27. Charles M. Iwdy,three, and as tho latter passes his lips his knees, and tho family joined him in States will lie completed in about twenty-fou- r terror among young and oltL Nu- dent Cleveland and Cabinet will attend the "Ft, Reno, July 2.1. To the President, two, have been made to funeral, though further preparation is very Washington: Replying to your telegram Kberts, who msJjLO murderous attack on throws the ball and tho batter strike?. If prayer. Tho pulse grew weaker and RESPECT TO THE MEMORT OF THE qENERAL. merous plans years, of the country, excluwith failure. incomplete. Throughout the country thero of the 21st, I have the honor tostnto it is Police Olllcer Stergelysterday, was ar and the respirationtporo rapid, Albanv.N.Y. July 23. Governor.Hill sive of .Alaska, having .thus far been onntiire him. only toto meetmany previous are exprcssf&ns of sorrow, and Washingmisses, the catcher gets tho ball, but if weaker, its mv Judcment that cattlemen nnd their raigned Yeiderdav it added has Issued a proclamation that flags on the a charge of assault with he hits ho can only make one base until rising to forty-foumapped. ilMiredatfo'nsbv kllllnc n cow belonging to ton; New York and other cities aro in cattle should be removed from tho Cheyit He once more tried to clear bis throat, public buildings ot tho State be placed- at intent to kil!,$iul wajlheld in bonds ol he r of this mourning. "Woken dentists are gaining ground in Wm. Hueneryeager, a enne and Arrapahoo reservation within a :?2,0UO. He limped in ajnainf ul way from tho fielders find the ball, and then he has but It was the last effort. Hefdfd not atuntil the bur.ml of Grout, nnd on period of forty days. This will give them the effects of tbewimd In his knee. Of- the privilege of continuing tho run, and, if tempt It again, though his face was still i,ot. finv. vet to be appointed, all ordinary Germany. They are practicing Innfany" piaCC A UUUU w UK av vui.uj1 autvu, .. uw ,"" Killed by Apaches. burrowed tho neccessary time to "care for their interficer Snergel wis confined to his homo by mnke a home-ruIt is very sel- calm, ana he am not experience any nam. business in tho Executive chamber and tho of tho great cities in Hamburg, Straus-bur- tracked him to his lair, where hewere tnhdo In the grou'i!di'NuwejoB3 efforts Tucson, Ariz., July 24. A letter re- ests, considering the fact that no tho woundsreceived intheduol with Eberts, possible, make errors, and it is simply About two hours later he with difficulty UepaiiUlCUt3 Vll yuuw bM.u.uvi. Cologne, Weisbaden and dom they hold before or to nticc hlin bVulitfjr temptihg.bait,buf ho ceived y from Prof Guznian,"dated quarantine their prohibitory inlawsKansas nnd it is not thought probable that he can wonderful how well they play the game." uttered tho word "water," and'jost his son Dended. Tho people of the)! State f are j. Finally a dynamite They aro very popular with would not come. cattio against three, in response to a questiontby called upon in uispinv, num " funnml , cartridge was thrown intp the hole and Pinal Sonora, Mexico, July .21 says: or Colorado. If the cattle nre removed by appear against his assailant inside of three the children. Thomas Acston and John Tweedy, of if he felt pain, ho muttered'no" almost emblems of mourning, and at that1 hour, ; ''FoprAinerican miner coming from. St. that time, and it can readily be doue and weeks. his snakeship was blown out dead, no Covington, were out on the river in a unconsciously, and never spoke again. their cease from their business and .pay respect ' If Robinson Crusoe were to drop in on a measured nearly eighteen feet in length Helena mino wera attacked 'yesterday af- tho temporary transfer to the military is , strained with The to the distimruished-dead- , j , CoijSSTountry Overrated. skiff tho other evening. Tho steamer City long family, tired and gnshrew themnow, he, would be astonvisit to and sixteen inches in circumference". It will ternoon by Apaches- - One man named made, the reservation can be cleared of all and Was3lug J eeferson Citv, Mo., July 23, Governor . snake story Gillan was killed, and another wounded. unauthorized persons, the Indians quieted WashisOTOs; July 27. Rear Admiral of Madison canio along under a full head selves into ensv chairs auifon to lounges ished at the business done.' There are on be placed on exhibition. This and-cproclamation, orcFf. be on lir. Mormaduko issued a and tUe-jha thamerit of being moment's iti respect d the island thirty thousand head of cattle vouched for by a numbertruo our best citi- The other two succeeded in. reaching mentdisciplined and a permanent settle- English, who was recently in the Congo, of steam, and before tho men were awaro to 3n3tch acall them ifrest.ireiytng change. ing all fla?3 of made which will there was a confiskiff was struck Shradv to of her close proximity, the memory of General Grant, ,al&o that a- na- 'J one of tho company's mines, where dence on tho Southwestern frontier of country, and &d it explored, reports t and as many sheep, tho inhabitants largely zens. sick man was then ; None tho NavyJDcpStmeiiJathat in his opinion and swamped. Austou was drowned. The past came, thouch the tho minisrations tional salute be fired during the tidy ot tha a party was immediately organized to go Kansas. I will remain as requested. supplying the Valparaiso market. all knowledge of obsequies. arid bring in the body. When they reached it wouhl be unwise fortho Government to body was recovered. Youthful Elopement "P. H. Sheridan, Lt. Gen." - 2S. which were still coingoa unceasingly. encourage Auwricans'to K to that region, spot they were surprised 'to find tAt General The Humane Society of Pittsburgh has Galena, young married man past seven, Henry, the nurse, Grant's old III., Julj- announcement of N. C, July 26. A very the men. The second was recognizedtwo "WATNESV1LI.E, At half William Denton, a and that its advantagesUiavo been greatly dead as home, the resolved to open a fund for the erection of Dr. Douglas, were watching who, with last overrated, j Business Embarrassments. of the Sharpsbcrg neighborhood, commitilotirli vrttv received with thtV DfOfOUnd- - :lk drinking fountains in various parts of the romantic elppement occurred near hero Miss General Pcsquieras, major domo of the mJ.dying hero, noticed signs of colwith Ojodeava ranch, who It Is supposed was reted suicide late tho other evening by lapse. the The family were instantly sum- est sorrow. The church bells was tolled New York, July 24. Tho business failEI JJahdi'sSuccessor. city. It is expected that tho city will . fur- night at tho small" town of Webster. Register of turning home. Gillan was buried with ures occurring throughout tue country durblowing his brains out with a revolver. moned, and came at once, though no one and the houses draped in mourning nish water free, and plain, useful, durable Doutrlass. daughter of the having been a Captain Cairo, Jaly.S7. Khalifa Abdoola has on of bad health was thought of arousing the tired children New Orleans, July 2:?. On. TWdsiof Jackson County, attended a fes military honors, he ing the last seven days, as reported to IL army. fountains will cost not more than $40 to 530 thelea46hipiof the followers oi DespondencyfciC account DiT5r, r. ihn floor above. Dr. Dousing of the news of the death of General Grant, tival with a young man named Watts.j in the Union ' OUK..UU. IUC tUUaW V G. Dun, number for tho United States 192, the lato Mahaif I each. head of the bed, Governor McEnery. of Louisiana, Issued a 1 his sat They left the festival presumably for home I and for Canada 23, or a total of 213. ns Mrs. Mortimer Daniel, of Flagg arose from Tresspassers Shot. gave ma pmco to yjionw proclamation ordering Hags' to be placed at An Englishman who took part in a Nile at an early hour. Instead of going home against a total of 225 last week, and 1S5 the Wiiup wncr nations, when inva- Springs, Campbell County, was cleaning nnd withdrawing and the Stat capltol draped in .. expedition, informs us that camels are great they drove to Svola, several miles distant, Grant, who put his hand on his father's Sigocrsey, Ia., July 2"6. Some persons last. The bulK of tho ' a were married. The girl is but entered tho cellar of B. S. Brainard, Post- weeK previous to the from the Western and sion thrcateu,nobilize their nnnics, in houso a few days ago, and loft her child forehead and began trokinz it, while he mourning- "i friends of tobacco. . If one smokes in front where they of age. She got the license failures aro reported an Legislature to and wasted hand in his. Atlanta, Ga., July 23. Th of regret at . ot one of these animals, ho immediately thirteen years tho form herself in h& master at Whatcheer. lato Friday night, to Pacific States. In the other sections of the Holland, tho order would be given ef- asleep on a pallet in a box, near which tiftwi ihn thin in a chair opposite, with out waters. When this is of Georgia passed resolutions seized country the business casualties aro below mobilize can filled with lard. Tho child, Mrs. Grant sat comes close to the pipe, places his nose by filling "Back" father's office. The bridegroom is twenty rescue a some beer tnnt had been Tho in- the average in number. fected, a wafpry ine from j;ve (0 (en stood a only seven months old, woke up Nellie behind her. Jessie, Grant stood the death of General Grant, and adjourned warrant for confiscation. ; against the tobacco and swallows tho years old. back of the .for tho day out of respect to his memory. , under which is at the foot, while was fanning his miles wide aid some sixty miles loti mates of the house resisted, and irt the enIT imoke Then raising his head, with his crawled over to tho can, and Its head tha bed, New Cattle Disease. will bo crcilei directly barring the ad- and in, and tho child was suffocated before head of face, which felt no cooling counter shot three of tho trespassers. Died of Falsi Teeth. Bionth' open and looking up into the air,. father's fell Day was killed. Tho nature of tho lvv'v In Arizona and California. and- also current ot air. Howell, Mien., July 24. A new disease vance of an invader coming from tho it whs discovered. Uiv, TSrealhes a sigh full of ecstasy. Btatesville, S. C, July 26. Miss ilajt-- Thomas of the other is not known. Dr. bands was near in Western Texas nnd Jsow Mexico, tha wound Above the surface of inundation little further awav. among cattio is reported from tho southern eat- Jakes D. Fish, of the defunct Marine garet Mills, of this city, died last night T os. Theobald, Teller of the Farmers' the window, Hcury in the corner, and Har"contend part of this county. The first sign of the nothing wifiTh0 visible but a few nar- Banknt Frankfort, committed suicido a rison instinctively stepped to tho door. farmers havo annually toof cottain Lynched. York, is employed in the shoe under most singular circumstances. The Bank, New tlestrnclivo habits roads. fAn unusual outlay is to bo ., against the disease is groaning, as if in great pain. row family heard her making peculiar noises, July 26. department of tho penitentiary. In marchdefew days sinco by shooting himself in tho All stood in silence nntd just as Dr. Mound City Junction, twenty-fou- r made- this year upon tho lldlland deto forty-eigentered, the General onened rodents, whose ravages have often found her ing to and from nis work ho is not forced and entering her roomteeth had in a death Jahu Moppin, who murdered Daniels, This continues from head with a pistol. Bad health and a closed for hours, vastated entire sections. Tho central hours, when they expire. Post mor- fenses. s fallen into struggle. Her false ? 'Into the common rank, bnt is permitted to his eves, which had been invariably shows the shattered system was the cause. Wednesday, because ho had married his tem of his .3P" but whether to seo or not. whether He did and southern portions of California esT walk alone. Friends have furnished big her throat, and by the time they were re- daughter, wastakon from Mound City Jail, liningexamination ,.. nmrmn bv innumerable. of the stomach entirely eaten away, Xhe AtStralinna nrn flirnain!T fb" Neves says that at having died frdta The Elizabethtown moved she was dead, will or no. can not bo told. ..:ii cell with a carpet and easy chair, as by acid. strangulation. this morning, and hanged to a, tree. nmTr.. them; thev saw nothlnc. effect of theclitmito on tho physique of least 100 mad dogs have been killed in Harnqnirre'ls, which increase with suoh ra- ' A HOTKL, porter at Watch Hill, Conn., eyelids gently dropped, ana without n piditv that the means iiuuenu uuimujvu children bora and brought uu in tho din County this summer. named Morris King, stopped a runaway Price of Iron Pipe Advanced. Walt Whitman Prostrated. ji struggle, wiinuui, a Cowboys Offer Service, to Russia. colonies injeomparison with that of Mrs. Strickune, widow of Pate Strick-lin- the first soldier of illation ami its first to destroy tbeni have proved wholly the con-- ii team nine years ago at invuinent peril to PrrrsnuRon, Pa., July24.-- At Philadelphia, Pa., July 23. Walt LnropcansxA New South Wales jourJuly 24. Tho Svet Williams, citizen passed away;. In Arizona, Now Mcx co St. Petersburg, who was murdered by Floyd ... ;,w in this city Whitman, the venerable poet, while sitting nal himself and refused the roward offered by pomtsjout triumphantly that the who is in Mt. Sterling awaiting tho day uvuiorn Toxus several varieUtw 01 (miltary organ) reports that a firm a wrought-iro- n Mr. Dawson instinctively looked at boy who had the father of the the selling price of all pointed to six ' rabbits aro equally destructive with tho steps of his residence in Camden, N. avcrago height of tho men composing tho Texas has offered to General KomarofX the mantel clock whoso bandsfound for his execution for tho killing of her husblack or galvanized, was advanced on the night, was prostrated by heat and A oluntccr been left In the Tofaicle. The other day ha services of a hundred cowboys iu the event that the per cent on J., last minutes past S. It was minutes, Mrs. Bqnirrels ol Urtitturuiis a"u li, V fe Contingent to the Soudan is band, had her trial at tho special terra of a half to four and a halfreported in a fell to the pavement. He was carried into received a legacy of 1,000' under the of war between Russia and England. clock was slow by two h inches, carload lots. The trade was terms were tho house and in a short time recovered over hve feat ten and mjxor handkerchief, fie'drt of raB of southern Ariuoimnim tlH Wolfe Circuit Court recently, charged father's wilL buried uiuimaI condition. Fifteene which exceeds tjl0 general average of the complicity In tho murder, and was Grantnfter a her face Ho is much better of "Wales lew seconds Dr. Sdiradv said, frontier. These destructivu Thk daughters of. the percent, consciousness. aud Hawkino of Obscenitv StODDed. with a It. s represented, and about ninety-fivEnglish reimcnts ninety-nin- e complains of his head. "At last," nnd Dr. Douglas sighed,unex the tender thoots of Ui wrtlbnt wott op in the most simple manner. but ars brought sentenced to Penitentiary for Providence, IL L, July 24. The salelif of the output. away an or all over," and brushed stood nnrand the aa thev apiwsr aboro ground; Tho three 'sisters occupy one largo bed- - lhe Pall lall Gazette reprint has bien. A bicyger foil from his machine in years. pected tear. Of all who w hailshnred than all Jhoy burrow iu Uie wttU to Shot a Tramp. room, fuxniafeed very plainly. They lead j stopped by the police, and its resumption Miners Surrounded by Apaches. rn- Ttfhoid fever prevails to an alarming 5ead, Mrs. Grant, the wife the early part of a twentv-on- e mile race triumphs ot such an extent 'Uiat in a low luvw July 21. It is . so quiet a life that they are still children, i prohibited. " In all the trials of the 11.5a, the Louisville, Kr., July 23. David in New Haen a few davs ago dnd broke extent in and around Mt, Sterling. will lrrwia 11UUA"'I honors ? allhoagh the eldest is seventeen. The" are j Berry Cobh fell from his wagon near the soldier, sud tlie most of the Chiei vaot field of t!irivtKa gri thnt AnachessV have surrounded Campbell, a prominent citizen of Bowling his wrist, bit he didn't discover tho ex. i Xfnitnta tna the appeiinule of thoKhtlv. rf.ovr4 Prize American Singer. ot Magistrate was the "night-anand fatally constantly with their mother, forming a minin" camps in inevnuun Coburn, the other day, and tho wheel of Green, Kv., this rtioruin-'hguard plaiu. A aystomatiu.war of , oxWiiaiu. great moment t olW trauipnami,! G. W. Stringer, tent myinjury until he had arrived passed over his neck, killing him instantly. had faced thoshe had London, July 1'4. Miss Moor, American, Tho miners are standing been seen within charming gi oap." and are very distinguish od the Wo V..H in,, siirus have ; home. He finished tho race and came flinch when tiaa ha btjaoaia f t v i has taken the first prize for singing'at'the J who had threatened his life. in manner and axtrwnely well educated. !rJj; Sun. Ther wer no violent in first. four miles of this place. Paris CeBswrTatoir. I A Shocking Murder Committed In 1B55 Kevcaleil Whereabout or the on-list- cne-thir- 1 ) ) ..& .l uuu vci, ...fit. an 41... iuiuiu Ih.l wiiii !! mo luai had been given, the blow seemed stunning for tho moment. Dr. Sands turned and stepped out ot tho window and walked down the steps, the othors slowly disap- Goneral Grant Yields fjftlio Foil Seared, and the remains were left with and Harrison. Tho face after death Destroyer, Doattftl looked a trifle fuller, but he was very ema.j ' ciated in body, and weighed considerably less than one hundred pounds when he died. the If there had been nuy disposition to glv The Soldier's Last Moment! way to wild outbursts of sorrow it would havo been quickly checked, for other quesMountain Cottage tions called for immediate consideration on the part of all. Tho first was of a postSpeech mortem examination. Should oue be held tb Glt Hours In HI or not? The opposition of the family was was Denied lllin A "t!onjlounui even stronger thnn the desire of the physicians that it should bo made. They repii is Lut resented to Mr3. Grant and the chfMren, In the strongest terms, that they had V isi stood up under misrepresentation, and that they were entitled to a vindication which would nrovo that their diaenosis and their treatment had been loth correct. To all their arguments, however, Mrs. Grant THE NATION'S hi I--ist : t- , - s . .t Iliet-iin,iner- iMf'- m- ..-- ng -- aV nnl-rAm- nii a. -- The-auth- or mucn-rospect- roller-skatin- roller-skatin- ltem-irknlil- e byi-fles- t 23?-Gen- eral s 1 sevuiiLy-sevuu- t. !.. ll- half-mas- Hn-ah- m kis-e- d two-year-o- ld half-mas- or n' r& T Y k d. f f Odd-Fello- to-da- y, en-am- , like-wi- e olotfa-cover- ed - J&3& plate-glas- lo. s. boinjt-jOv- or - E self-mad- e wu ' m . . mhwahk r.ifcijj:p" 1 M y t prepn-appear- cd out-do- or n. air-tijr- 2:.-T- . non-Je- w Camp-dell- , to-dn- y. to-da- y. lte-AoH- er, to-dn- y. to-da- y re-ga- rd I to-da- I The-wome- rr rted semi-consciou- s, i 4; ll salt-bag- s m ni f u I he life-lik- e. atr one-filt- h to-dn- r. - wagon-make- half-ma- st g, n. I Frankfort-on-the-Mai- n. to-da- j.. J l;I 1 1 1 , his-islan- d '' - a -- an half-maste- - -- I V,S m - the-receipt,; nt-th- e half-ma- st rc . - i Ili, New-.,,..- ht - i,ntf to , f n-- n - T J e, ku. .. i "' six-year-o- ld to-da- y, ..; ffi one-fourt- Pj-inc- o to-da- y. tl ,T.r. Amr-owA- 1 " i -- d cmlw: I - rfaar )vr,. l "ii J rrJL SJ- i. T r ' 9 Hor i? Viis .votin IicHcyc 'lind.hcr r i k"' ? v t fc .'h A So VTelI., 'X EDUCATION. Tho victories at Belmont, Fort Henry, Fort result which he admitted was not only in- thoologian has said that when the Alwant to thank you for teHine mo o! Donelson, Sbiloh, Vicksburg, Chattanooga; evitable, but. under the circumstances, de- mighty wants groat men H makes them. "I creatures in one whom all aroumi'.ficr distrust? Lookout Mountain and Mission Ridge in the sirable. But this step Lee was not inclined The lite of General Grant would seeiu to The Kind the FarmerNeeds-- A Drilled In- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,' " verify this. From infancy to tho breakvuo uatues oi me wnaernesg to take. He said that he was now a prisHow, in her ine.pcriencC can she be writes a lady to her friend. "For a long o est, anu tellect and aDUclpllnedMlnd Imperative. of out of war the siego of time I was unfit to attend to the expected to obey u,at .0ijen rule of The Saddest Announcement Since encounters Petersburg and the- score ol oner of war, and felt a delicacy about ad- ingthe kindthe fit his training had been QEOEGE WAItltEN, Publisher. to him for the place destiny The farmer is in need of tho higher my household. I kept about, but I felt which distinguished- his con- vising others to put themselves in his po- of Lincoln's FalL uses love even to one who despitefully That of nection with the Army of tho Potomac, be- sition. But he had no doubt they wontd had prepared for him, and his appearance education the disciplined mind and a thorough v miserable. I hnd terrible backand persecutes her? long to a branch of history which it is n speedily arrive nt the same conclusion upon the stage of war was but the natural sensations across aches, and bearing-dowKENTUCKY. HICKMAN. j : Now to the purpose of events which larger amount of information as a me nnd was quito weak and discouraged- - I urging. tho Christmas and fairy of Soino of tho Sallrnt ent, to consider. The this paper, at pres- without bis other Union officers took their and simplenworking out ofbrought his A Brief Ketlew made bun necessity and surrender of Lee'8 story books, with their gailv-colormeans of The fanner sent nnd got some of the medicine after Then the Itcc- army and the subsequent and consequent turns, shaking hands cordially with the into play. He came to the front as 1'olnU In Ills Grand Career-I- lls vonr letter, and it has cured me. I pictures, to confirm what all ihe world I collapse of tho Confederacy were brilliant men whom they had met in many a battle, the leader of our armies because it was seen in whose brain, in whose heart, in whoso , II.. MIW" IUJDU11. I feel so well.' as Politician nnd ..It NO MORE TO ME. ord a a Sold?cr, says about step-mothI a. These stories and soul, are lodged the best possibilities of UltnilJ episodes in his career. they had early shared teut he hnd the ability to command, or with whom l'resldent, and as a Man. ' Alono and 6l!ent I sit Jn my room, and illustrations are of all trades, fio n no higher proof of Lincoln's statesmanship -- i.iniilreton the Indian trail or ou the to escape his enAfter continuous efforts civilization and ceneration, will be vironments, Leo at Inst realized that ho Mexican frontier, with classmates of est and sagacity was given than when tho our When the garish lffrbt has lied, that of tho step-mothmore easily recognized ta who clothes herBananas ' words was at Urnnt's mercy, nnd ho ofiered to Point and sworn friends of boyhood. Some great war President discerned Grant's un nblo to defend hinisetf and his against the fall thanare any other tim of the year. And valt to hear, through the gathering self and her own daughters hi purple at General Grant is dead. His last clooru, assuming merit nud placed him in undis- -- 1....I tnra as thev liuzced each other after General usual Pretzel's Weekly. and fine linen and fares sumptuously have been spoken. He has gazed upou tho surrendor. composed, Grant ns none ofvi. tho sharks and the humbugs which so Tlic footsteps of tho dead. simple and nnd with of separation and strife. Countrythe sight I Hut no sound 1 liior. nnd no more tosec, everyday, while the little step-chil- d face of Nature for tlw last time. His great grand air nbout him. No elation was visi- vearsall they felt themselves now, and not Confederacy. How well Grant vindicated often entangle him when he brings to PiKE'sToOT!iACHEDnOPScureInlmmute,2Sc. me. men 1'oriay love comes back no occupies a sort of Cinderella's place in career is ended. "We ore, therefore, com- ble in his manner or appearance. Hii a few of the rebels declared that they were the trust reposed in bun, the triumph of the his farm life the culture of severer Glenn's Sulpliur Soaphcalz atui beautifies, :3c tender eye. of him who but a few hours voice was as calm as ever, and his oySbe atrocithe household, to that crowning How soft the light of her pelled to speak clad that the war had ended iu the triumph Union cause following plans mapped out thought. What he wants is ability dis- G euman Cons Kemovek kills Corns Bunions. As she smiled in hercud, sweet way: r, of the North. Theirhuiuility was marked: by him remains to testify for all timo. It ciplined, and knowledge widened, until ty of a murdered ago was the most illustrious of living men who As we stood beneath the glowing skies trayed no emotion. He spoke and actedas' they felt nnd said they hail staked all and was not of his own seeking that he became day! her little step-soThe man in tho moon must feel all broke At the close of that blissful eyes, and set his heart, ns one who has obeyed tho summons to plainly as if he wero transacting an ordii. lost Thoy inquired if they would be per- President. It wns in obedience to tho he is aoie to measure arms, forecast remy I eeo. up when he is reduced to the last quarter. That smile, when I close nicely cooked and placed in a daintily "join the innumerable caravan that inoyes nary matter of business. No one wfijild mitted to leave the country, but none' people's will, and there can not be the sults and thwart the purposes of hia unBut my lovo comes back no more to me. covered dish, before his own father! toward tho realms whero each must take have suspected that he was about tqTgi dreamed they would ever regain their least doubt that his own preferenco would scrupulous foe. He wants to be drilled have beeu to remain at the head of the so that he may be able to meet tho ceive tho surrender of an army, or thatbne ..nnartV Credulity is thelcadinn- trait of early bis slumber in tho silent halls of death." Too fond for kisses or warm embrace. Don't disgust everybody by hawking, Goneral Grant, confident that the war army in the high and congenial office drilled intellect of tho knave on the blowing and spitting, but use Dr. Sage's What could wo do but stand. youth. To the child, nri?,ted books ami closing of his life our grand tri- of tho most terrible wars of modern times In the But had been brought to a triumphant close by ended, as soon as the necessary ar- created for him by Congress. And give and tafco, with tender grace, Remedy and be cured. painted pictures never He. This child umvirate of departed patriots Washing- the quiet man without a sword, who was was Tho thrill of a clasping hand? rangements could bo made, proceeded to tho samo simple principle which always road, of the scoundrel on the street Catarrh fairly groans under the weight of o ton, Lincoln and Grant grander than the conversing caimiy, out rauier griiniy,.Wtbl Washington and engaged in the work of dominated bis life made deference to the corner, nnd of him who enters his parThat hand no more in mine shall be, me. Physicians appear to be very hard to Tor my love comes back no more to much cumulative evidence against step- history of any other nation presents is the elaborate gentleman in gray and gpidS .Hsiinndiiii: the armies. When the work popular wish a duty, and ho cheerfully lor to court HU fair and favorite daughsatisfy. If their patients get well they rs nceppted it. His Presidential term of ter. Tlia nnnvAranMnii nt. first, rolntrtrl toith'el was accomplished he established his in nand. mothers, and learns to fioubt at an age rnmnlptrtl. Tho Nation mourns its idol. meeting love and pity go lose them, and if they die they alto loss IfHow quickly they hand learn at Washington, and on July ", service fell upon the troublous reconstrucof the two soldiers in enrlier yoarsl may whose supreme happiness is unquestionThe farmer needs the drilled intellect them. The world, which knew him by heart, in Mexico, when Grant had been nfeiibal Ijgraj he was ouimi89ioned by Congres3 tion period, and some of his acts awoke who stand. What grler remains for those ing faith; to hate when the most beau- sympathizes with tho people of the United torn nud Leo u stuff officer of SeottTThej (General ol tne rim u bitter personal, factional and partisan hos- and disciplined mind in order to elevate vriny,Hii And wait their love's return. That grief In my heart must always to. created especially for him. When tility; but through every executive stop his profession, in order to elevate the HAY-FEVEtiful privilege of the human heart is tc States in their bereavement. rebel General, however, soon ndvertedltol For my love comes back no more to me. btanton lrom taken by him nu Ie "I, "nskedfip President Juhnson suspended on the 12th of do strict ami impartial traced the desire to art and science of his vocation. The I have been a ktmisuj love. "When Daniel Webster died Frnnkliu tho object of the interview. nnd to serve llcnry Schdl LobtngUr, in Current, retary of War General Grant," he said, too post Fevtr for This poisoning of the very sources ol Pierce said: "The great heart of the Na- seo you,upon what terms vou would "topsi "August, of Se ue upiiuniuni uvueiai uiitui the best interests of all justice the people of every fanner s occupation is both a science t erer t rooi IIUr of the read receive 15 year. 1'.. needs tion throbs heavily nt the portals of his certain the child's love and trim must surrender of my nrmy'f" Grantre. ad interim Secretary of Wnr, which place section. This has becomoso apparoutthat and an art a science in that it has to do wondroui cnrei ty Ely's tho STEP-MOTHER- S. noreact upon the .step mother! grave." General Grant's death will touch plied that tho officers and men must be ho filled until January 14 of the following the most malevolent political criticism with soil, and seed and season; an art in Cream Balm ana thought I s of universal humanity, for tho come prisoners of war, giviug pp, of cotirsj, rear, wliwi. the Senate having refused to long since spout its force, and the value of that much that ho doos may be a dewoman is still human. I'he blest the heart e Grant's services as President has been con- light to the eye, a jtimulus to tho imagi n rouM try once r.'jre.I Aft wa one applicat!jn of the old Greek nnthr doomed events of his life spanned tho widest range all ammunition, weapons anilgtupplies. but iauction the r inovnl of Stauton, reticence ceded without question or reservation. A Few "Words in Behalf of This parole would be accepted binding reverted to the latter. Grant's wonderfully helped. Two through all eternit to attempt to ml a of human experience from almost blank that ato go to their homes nndromain there on political matters was such that the In his private life General Graut has nation and taste. .Such a farmer s wceki ago I commenced them Misjudged Class. bottomless cask with water, were as oliscurity to tho most dazzling famo tho until exchanged or relieved byroperaa- - country was completely in the dark as to been n model of uprightness and propriety, ham will not be in front of his house, tiling It and now I feel than that world can give; from the impotencyoi a thoritv. Leo said ho had expected some his opmions, but it was well known to some his devotion to his family lteing one of his his fence corners will be free from evrnt. Klstfcerr at no more The world is every day growing more signed unloved hopelc- task he ttt discovery 1 ariner. distinguishing characteristics. So, from thorn and thicket, and his corn rows as DrnAV r. of tho poor and almost unknown man to such such things as these, and made sirao Oj&er bf his intimate friends that was was a el generally whatever point we view mm, he stands He humane, nioro just and charitable. The in The Lee. Mui. Llarc Tho strongest sense of MutyV the mo-- t power as human hand has seldom grasped. romark not oxactly relevant. Whereupon ifef&ked uihmi,principle. however, as the coining "four square to every wind that blows." straight as tlie eye can ran them. "Do I understand, Gennarrow, social, secular and religious unselfish magnanimity, arc Jjkuly. m of Gen- Grant inquired: you accopt these ncedsftho higher education in CREAM BALM It is not easy to think or writo misfortunes farmer eral Lee. that terras!" (man, and on May 21, JMS lie ot The errors he made and the not to weakorder Uiat hmay develop to tho high has gained an enviable rep- walls thht have so long divided man the long run, to suceutubto ingratitude. eral Grant in the past tense. So grandly "Yes," said Loe, "and it you will putltheml tho nomination for President that overtook him were due moral lnpses on his own pnrt, but JRPUI rilnTilaflBir all othrrnrecafrom man ate breaking down. Human To give out love, the heart must receive solid was the man in his habits, his char- into writing I will sign them." littl5tarjWl tho hands of the itepuuuaan auouni con- ness orgreat confidence in men who were est degrees possible tho useful aud tne utnnon wnerever Known, HAY-FEV- ER vent "ii. in session at Chicago. He defeated to too A sat down to tho Grant u beautiful j'in his own vocation. Prof. vrl.n A nnMfr-- ns:rlj. no pain . apreeable to uae. love. The strea rieniiieti acter, his deeds; so genuine, so far re- nnl .rrifithen frtllnwin lAhfrjn sympathies are broadening, ampio piled Into each uiirtorthy and abused the trust reposed in IlalL his Democratic competitor, tlin from a living foitam soon runs dry. moved from all that was not substantial trice SIX-- by trail nrf rtrucKlUa Send for circular. Sevmour. of New York, by a decided ma- them by one too honest and true himself to April 9, Jj and fair play seems to bo the The kindest an n,st affectionate nature as the everlasting truth, that his passago Aitomattox ComiT-norsr m ELY BKOTHl.IU.lirugBfta. Oweeo.A.Y. jority, and wns inaugurated on tho 1th of suspect duplicity in others. He was of the firiwml R K. Lee, Cmnmnivllna 0. S. I.- -Iu 1HCCt only in of the present generation. motto li il 'O, Lor' lilt 'Im Again!" from tho society of tho living to "the accordance with tho substance of my letter Man h, 1n2I. His first term was notable tyiw that the world loves and admires, "rows unvivP-thetiof of appreciating propose to receive tho In the early days of, Methodism in ScotBut amid all tho humanitarian prog- Sifference, and a slighted affection breathless darkness and the narrow to vou of thofith Inst.. 1 of Northern VlrglnW, for his efforts to procure th annexationand and all who aro capable will weep com! IS7J-Army the Cuban in surrender of tho real nobility of character San D miii in land, ascertain congregation, where there ress of our ago there remain a few prej- often chpoges into disliko and even house" seems like tho sinking of a moun- on the following terms, to wit : Feni-u- i filibustering in 1870, the treaty ot mon with the American people as they was baLono rich man, desdred to build a. Itoll of all tho officers and men to be mRceJn Washington in 1&71, the Geneva arbitration realize the loss of this trulylgreat and good tain or tho suddeu prostration of a forest. udices that liko rank weeds defy all ef- hatred. new chapel. A church meeting was held. duplicate, ono eupy to be given jQn ovjff-of tho storyof progress Tho, kicked For vears ho was the "Silent Man" designated by tne, the other to berroialncdjjy in 172, and the including of the work of man. Tho old, rich Scotchman rose and said: forts at extermination, and foremost book and of the popular imagination passage the reconstruction, oflicors as you may designato? "the Sphynx" so reticent that those who "Brethren, we diiina need a new chapel: Kuklnx law, followed by a prejudice have" now and then found their counter- judged without knowledge spoko of him such ollicors to givo their fndiv dbol paroics the s among these is tho old-tim- e The EATING. I'll give 5 for repairs." Stttgp Presi letitial proclamation, and the sus! tho I'liiteil s, a class that with part in real life, but in only exceptional as one who gnined a reputation for wis not to tnko arms against and oaclt company falling lrom the against Just then properly exchanged, pension of habeas corpus in the northern Why Wo Indulge In the Consumption ol ceiling Hit a bit of plaster mothers-in-lamay justly claim to be ojises. Tho care of children, even if dom by saying little. But he novcr failed until liini on the head. or regimental commander sign a like pjroiq connties of South Carolina. build l'ood. men Looking up and seeing how bad it was, the most portion of the hu- not one's own, tends to call out the to speak when words wero needed, and no for thearms, of tholr commands. proportwo The Republican National Convention In artillery nnd public Tho We liare Jost !sacd a Wc eat for warmth and strength; he said: "Brethren, it's worse thon I new book, wulcti treats moH wonderful and ralnabla man race. best,-- rather than tho worst, traits of man ever uttered weighter words than he. bo packed and stackedand turnol overjjo Philadelphia, in June, 1S72, renominated if dlfeaics "peculiar to tba pun'." pared and the father-in-laThe step-fathollicors appointed by me to sreceive thtinr Rrnnt for the Presidency. The Cincinnati henco almost all articles of food have thouchtI'll make it f0 a devoted brother female eex," and have peroral neltuerpalni nor money the womanly character. His words aro as imperishable as hU This will not embrace the and confidence of the year, at which the to make It worthy the "Oh,Lonl,"exclaimed oQIhe Convention of the same women all in rr our land. Every mother, wire, finer awaken none of this antipathy which Many a woman, in taking upon her-so- deeds; both will live in the memory of officers, nor their private hordes nor tmggapo. liberal Republicans met, failed to nom- both these elements; have carbon to on a back fceat, "hit 'im again !" ami daughter Is deeply, vitally Interested lu this creat r, seeks to men so long ns a record or tradition of our society, with an unpardonable lack of TUIS done, eucli ouicer ana nan win uij the office of There," are many human tabernacles work, and sbonld tend for It without delay li Till bo inate Charles Francis Adams, who was warm and nitrogen to strengthen, to baols-turbe-d chivalry, visits upon that which are in sore need of radical building ient to any addtvutln the world Free fCo(I Head kindle on the altar of a deserted temple Republic shall endure. Centuries hence lowed to return to their homes, not toso long supiosed to represent all the ideas of de- It carefully, ctudy bv tho United States authority Horace Gree- civc power to work. Butter, sugar and over, but no putter and fubS and repair in tion that may prot It well, and you will glenn Informaweaker sex it claims to protect and the holy llamo of a new affeetion and tho descendants ot the men who fought a they onsen o their parole "! the lawfm fection, but it did nominate e more aluable than all the wealth was the Uoth;chIlda may reside. Very respect-full- lev. The opiwsition to General Grant not- - qJj aro almost all . carbon. . AU breads epota without satisfactory results. It is of Kurop'' . royalty more precious than allthe gem cherish. reverence. She sets for herself the high with Lee, nnd Johnston, nnd Stonewall force whore thev or , Mr. Greeley, it may tart yot. rijt not prepared to. accept IT. S. Guist, Lleutonant-Genen- i only when we are personally alarmed nt Mv,t5 nn UUnta,Ca. LBADnzLD lltcrXATOB Co., Box: recalls a task of Tho very word step-motha domestic hearth in Jncksdn will ponder tenderly and lovingly witbsLandiuir the National Democratic and grains aro chancedjto tho real danger that we act independently . While Grant scries of portraits now pathetic, now the midst of loneliness and desolat on; ou the words which Grant spoke to Lee nt look up at Lee,was writing he opposite, Convention nominated him also, and Grant flesh of all kinds, abound in nitrogen. nnd do the right thing. Then it is that we who snt nearly by an overwhelming marepellent portraits stowed away in of being a true mother to children who Appomattox: "Let your men toko homo nnd at that moment noticed the glitterjof was Vw.nl v ren-t- . because we did not second term ns marked by Food which has moat nitrogen is most most most memories from fairy tales and have suffered that supreme earthly their horses; they will need them in plow- his sword. The sight suggested an altera- jority. His of the supplementary Civil-righ- ts our judgment, follow the ndi ico Fooner lias eighty-thre- e 'nutritious." Hutter s he inserted the pro- the passagethe veto of the Currency Inflaof others and jump that were both the affliction, the loss of an own mother. ol the ing and making their crops." And above tion in the terms, andshould bo allowed to Iticturo-bookbill, no nitrogen; an born from our perils. that officers away torture of childish days. On She srives to this work tho best years. the roar of political tempests for many a vision their side-arm- s, passage of the bill for the re- per cent, of carbon and horses and personal tion lull, the specie payments, the Thousands of jiersons who will read this the one hariU we seo the exjHsure c'rir has no carbon and twenty per cent-o-f tho best energies of her life, only to find decade to come will be heard tho "Let us retain y property. Lee had accepted Grant's co- sumption of misery are half-feperhaps have pence" with which Grant met the nditions without this stipulation, nnd doubt- of the whisky ring, the downfall of groaning under the lash the result estrangement, nitrogen. Milk contains two parts paragraph might in abjectsatisfactory conbo in a when thev Cabinet, the attempt a member of and tyrannical hatred. This state of things, deplorable furious storm that rent tho political firma- less expected to surrender bis sword. Bat to inaugurate Civil-servi-the of a cruel reform, and the of wannUi and ono of strcngtli. Bread dition. They aro weak, lifeless, full of odd this humiliation he and his gallant olllwrs ever memorable Presidential campaign of usurper a pale, sad, forlorn, ghostly as it is for her, is unutterably more so ment seventeen years ago. contains ono pai. of nitrogen and eight aches and pains, and every year they know terms were writ- 187fi-- 7. were spared. When tho who aro now little creature, who, after the arduous for the It can not be said that General Grant ten out Grant handed the papers to his On retiring from the Presidency, March of carbon. It is thus seen that in refer- they are getting woie, even though tho best doctors are patching them in tasks of tho day are ended, steals softly forming characters for life, who must in made no mistakes in his military career; great antagonist, who put on his spectawas for the ami to the grave of the own mother to pour after years look back upon childhood to claim that would be to sot him above all cles to read them. He was evidently 4, lh77. General Grantfrom official first t me ence to eating, carbon which is char- The origin of theae aches they pams is the resijonsi- would build and . . forth unavailing plaints and tears upon which should have been to them "a the weaknesses of humanity, to endow him touched bv their general clemency, aaj iu . sixteen vears tree couwmpiaieu a wor i coal food and warmth are one and the kidneys nnd liwr, with ir long lulity. Warner's safe cure ... fS,. 1S.7T 111) samo thing; while nitrogen, which is in tliese alloer new l. ......at.! etui, i. n.ul t that senseless sod to pray in agony to moment of God," as to a period of un- with tho attributes of tho Deity. But let fsnpcinll- - bv themternolation a which saved K1VUI1I11 lie had .. ., .. a cue vwti, He re. ... nt ismt nrai Ice tavfl of l.ldce's Food: as millions have done, and cense inventing be laid at rest from life's sorrows by the rest, discontent and bitterness. Silent, it be remembered that in almost every in- so much to tho feelings of soldier.mag- sailed from Philadelphia for Liverpool. In effect saltpeter gives flesh or muscle, their monev in miserably unsuccessful I can say of this preparation of food that It lias nrrtr said at once that the conditions were failed to atrree when Riven strictly acside of the one heart that has beat in intangible influences have been at work stance of an alleged "blunder" his judg- nanimous, and would have a very good ef- Great Britain he was received with dis- which are one and the same thing in patchwork, "they would bo well and happy fa fcMltne.or my directions. With scrupulous care, cording to From England need re very lftt'e trouble from bowel comunison with its own. undermining the happiness of the home ment was vindicated by results. "You fect upon his army. I tinguished consideration. and sailed substance wiUi strengUi. It is also seen and would bless the day when tho e Lord there - and to thls-- I ascribe the fact that I have plaints: France and thoconimon-f-ensHe next attempted to gain a little more. he went to from Nice on Italy, The reverse of this doleful picture is which might have been au Eden, but were right nnd I wa3 wrong" wrote Abranever- yet lost a c hlld with any form of dlarrtura or States that most artic'os of food havo moro "hit 'em" and indicated The horses of his cavalry, ho said, were for Egypt He ascended a United visited carbon or warmth than nitrogen or courso for them to pursue. London J'rvss. cholera Infantum. a grim, remorseless which has beconio a desert. the step-mothocthe Nile, ham Lincoln to Grant on a memorable property of tho soldiers. Could tUes war vessel. features and Mefemale with cast-iro- n "Who is to blame for all this? The casion. It was a simple but magnificent the le permitted to retain their animal!? Jerusalem on bis way North again, and was strength, showing that it takes more to men convicts are like the hairs army dusa glance, with a nose and chin sharp common verdict oftsociety. constituting tribute. The time has not yet come for an Grant said the terms would not allow thfj? at Constantinople when the Russianvisited keep us warm thau to keep us strong. ofBTATE-rnisHe agaiu the head, becauso they ore all numbered. as her temper and almost meeting over itself both judge and jurv, would con unimpassioned analysis of Grant as a Lee took the paper again, and glancing was at San btefano.to Berlin. From Ber- A sedentary person re piircs, in round .V. r. 2LaiL Paris, and then went r, while the' father commander, but the timo will never come over it again said: "No, you are right. lin he journeyed to Russia, Sweden and numbers, about one pound of food, the toothless jaws, with long arms ond--i- demn the The terms do not allow ft." Whereupfn Norwav, anil then to Spain and Portugal, g n in skeleton fingers that delight in and the would be pro when tho people or the United States will Grant replied: man requires while a All "I'layed Out." FnuALLEH FOR CEMENTINQ 51 "I believe the war is new everywhere with almost two pounds; this two pounds of food blows, with a heart hard, prcverso and nounced innocent. In the step-mothLEATHER,!. less or lower than they did in the nmr nnil tlio snrmnder of this amiV Will Iieiu-- ' received -- ..., ...... r rate him Don't know what nils ntc lately. Can t PrSJl WOOD, CLASS, CHINA, PAPER, IONUUN, IW. W AWARDED COLD MEDAL. honors. Many decoratious would hideous as its outward tenement. all family sins find a convenient scape- zonith of his military renown. Ho gave be followed soon by that or nil tne real been conferred upon him had he gives ont power cuougii as sicaui eat well. can't sleep well. Can't work, &T! lied by Muon AHAinliTOrKani. VltooCoIullma s. Mfd on by the RUSSIA. ttS, 'alaee Cr C. lie.GLOUCESTER. MASl SOLO Tho world abounds in goat. We contend that while all these our arms success when othera failed. He others. I know tho men, and indejjl have willing to receive them. Just before in an engine gives out power to raise and Ion t enjoy doing anything. Ain't realbeeu 5 CEMENT CO. 1 will EVERYWHERE. Sample Tin Ca Mnt br UaiLSa. We all know them, but who has overseen three parties may be at fault, the was the one man of deeds, tho one man tho whole South, are impoverished.General starting for Iudia he visited Ireland, where a man ot average weight eleven miles ly sick, and 1 really ain't well. Feel all surrender, terms one answering to this picture? The burden of guilt rests with outside peo- who asked for nothing, the most modest, not change theinstruct ofmy officers who re- he was w ell received in Cork. Going to high. But calling tho tr o pounds tivo kind o' nlaved out. someway." That is j Lee, but will TIIK It they is no being apart; ple, with those influences of which we unassuming man that ever led an army to ceive the paroles to allow "febe cavalry and Marseilles, he was joiued by several rela- thousand "rains? oiiiv three hundred w hat scores ot men say every day. Medical actual step-mothfe. iSSZSV.aei. would teke Dr. Pierre's "Golden anil friends, and the eufre party prolike men and women in general, she have spoken which come from without victory-- l5ut he knew himself, he trusted artillery mon to retain their hordes and tives iu the Uuited Steves steamer Rich- grains of it are nitrogen, the remainder IHsenvorv" thev would soon have ilo oc to work their Utile ceeded more lias her full share of faults and virtues. the home. himself, and that calm, uuuttered trust take them home expressed his acknow- mond to Bjinlwy. Iu India General Grant carbon; that is, sixteen times strength-producin- of casion to sny "it. It purines the blood, I farms." Lee again g But in her case the faults are exaggerLet the woman who is not prepared won the confidence of tho army and the ledgment anil said this kindnoss would received marked attention from the Vice- warmth is re juirod than of tones up the system and fortifies it ngnmst np zi-- .vd i.CATiiim. remedy roy, and thence he went to Siam, where he ated, the virtues scarcely recognized. to steel her heart against the steady as country. food. One practidal result disese. It is n great ', possible effect. the bavo 3STO MOKE SORE 3STECTCS. King. In China and She is a martyr to whom few are will sault of outside enemies, who is not con7t will positively prevent claaODK and cure soro Ho then wrote out his letter in these was dined by the that as tlio world becomes moro as well. crowned as he Coming out of the war Janau. where he sient considerable time. is, Wither. IIord can be vorlird wbllts euro Is pering to accord the martyr's crown; a fident of her power to conquer by love was with laurels, it wns inevitnblo that words: , fected, liars?. rankers will refund money If not he was treated with equal distinction, and tiiickly populated, the necessity JlAJJK:i-jjadapt-in- " 1JE Mticed after days trial. He sure to Ret 11 l.in;o . "of economizing food; of tragic heroine who may never expect to and good works tho foes that mn arise Grant should bo offered the Presidency, Hbpquahtb!is Aumy or Noktiikrv was consulted by tlie highest officials of enough. JlKXT-El- t CURTIS.. Mudlsuu, Wis. April 9. 1SA5 I.ibutent-Gk-hku- . : poet. Her history, save in ex- in that new houYxVirTotanin fnrfrom with tho certainty of election if he would those couutr.es regarding their domestic , to th various needs of the sysit A (.tnrmi: Commanding T. U. S.Gk-tCi?.ciNNATi. July 2?, 1S8S. i ceptional cases, may be sketched as the homo where a bereaved husband be- consent. It may tc that, for his own hap- t have reocived tour loiter of S date, omv and foreign affairs, ne left Jaimu ou the tem as modified by age, sex, occupathis CO & WILHOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE TONIC steamer City of Tokio on the 3d of SeptemLI VR STOCK Army follows: tennsof wails his loneliness, and where chil4 ' piness, he made a mistake in leaving the tMinnig thoVirginia, surrenderor tlio ou; of ber, is7i, and arrived in San Francisco ou tion aud season. Persons living in500 A warranted care for au aiseasca oy Choice Butchers as ns proi Northern By marrying a widower she has be- dren, ever' one, most likely, an angelic Generalship for the Presidency. But he the are substantially the same as tho-- o ox the:!Uth. His journey across the Ameri4 20 5K doors should not eat more than half as HfK; CoiHjBHiH caused by malarial poisoning of -- 4 15 ft 4 V) same moment both wife being in his love-blindGood packers are can continent was one continuous ovation, much as thoo who work hard. Less come at ihe eves, await a obeyed the rail of the country in civil as he pressed In our letter of tho Mh int, thoy the blood, smh as Chills and Fever, 3 &:; 75 SHKKI' GfxJd toeho.ee designate the all the great citiM apparently vying with proceed Fc cr and Ague, Sun Pains. Dumb r. and mother. She enters the new home food should be eaten in hot KLol It KoMli.. he never accepted. I will carry tlo to warming CM 50 had oWyed it in military life. As stipulations Into each other proiKjr ofllccrs to CUTj. Intermittent. Remittent, in their cirorts to do honor to weather than iir cold. If we oat an r: it a IN with a heart full of kindly sentiments, & 08 red If she feels within herself thespirit of asked for promotion in the field, so ho was effect. Very respectfully, rour olcdletit servBilious and all otier Fevers caused the distinguished traveler. in Gl 1W 2 re R- - E. I.eb, General. No. with a sincere desire to take the own both hero and martjT. he may venture carried into the "White Houso by the popu-l- nr ant. weather by malaria- - It Is ao the safest ( orn Xe-Soou after his return from bis tour around excess of warming food in hot Hiaod 37i mother's place to the child or children to assume this cross, hoping for the and best cure for enlarged Spleen XI t While tho conditions were being copied tho world it became evident that, while he wc havo to work it out of the system at SI' i ORth N,2 miscd will, aid not by his own procurement. (it C Fever Cakcl. General Debility Heaven has bereft of maternal care. crown that in the end awaits faithful The eight years of his Administration the vnrious Union officers were presented had renounced a third consecutive term as a rcat expenditure of strength, aud . Kje .No.!. MAY aadreriodlc Neuralgia. rarForSalebyallDrucKlsU. The more chiltlrw there are, the harder endeavor and pious sacr'fice. It may wero a stormy jicriod tho era of recon- to Lee. He was collected nnd courteous, President, ho would not be adverse to n re until it is worked oil wo feel full and TiUA( T.iimUyrNo. 1 I.ut-s-. ...13 00 it '. 40 . ...S 00 ( O Onntnon CHAS. F. HEELER, ProD.i Chicago, III. bowing to each, but offered none his hand. election now years had interand more complicated becomes her be given to her to perform that miracle struction, an ...1BP0 ttH 75 i.om1 Mediums bitterness, of political One, Goneral Seth Williams, who had vened. It wasthat four by his friends that feverish and oppressed; on tlio other pKOVISlOXS-l'erthought Mot.9 ...10 75 &io tnvt V s task. Wc will take tho easiest case and possible but to few to malevolence. It was, too, a timo when the served closely with him in the old army, this fact would in a measure, disel hand, in winter wo requ're an addition1 iinl ttlilO l'rgn suppose there is only one, but that this win the entire lovo and confidence of demoralization wrought by tho war mani- attempted to revive old memories, but Lee the obj?ctions soalso, ."." 12 10 fe generally entertained to al quantity of warming food, henco our illTTTKK Kaiicy larj coldly. He was in the violation of the uuwntteu law of the instincts lead us to cat heartily of pork, .... 18 as 20 the advance oue is a girl a less" facile subject for the children confided to her care. Ohio ( reamirr fested itself in political corruption. But repelled toremomber nncient friendships, Republic, which had beeu olerved since no mood AM stepmotherly management than a Ijov. aud When she, too. lies beneath the sod, 1 25 40 ever believed that Grant wns not or to recall pleasantly his servico in the the days of Washington. The opposition and buckwheat cakes, and butter car- FIU'IT 's tirat meeting with they may cherish her memory as that of a no man The . Apple, prime, per barrel.. 2 00 & 15 His greatest armv of which he was now a prisoner, to Grant personally was also very bitter, molasses, which are almost purely incorruptible. absolutely her little chargo (whom its father's fond ministering angel who came to them in fault was a good trait carried to an extreme. or under that flag which he had nnd it became evident that he could not bon. In warm weather we need coolNKW YOlttC 00 t 4 10 eulogies had led her to believe an angel life's sorest need and desolation to re- He trusted his friends sometimes wiieu betrayed. Ho had, however, another re- secure the nomination without a desperate ing food, and Providence sends us in rJX)L7It Ptstc mui Western In the world. Oft the ireniilne. i.y- nnil i nnr ery pncknice hn SOLI)Trnile-mnr- lt quest to mako. His men were starv- straggle. This his friends, headed by Sen- profusion the fruit, and the berries and GoodtoCIio.ee.. all but the wings) i? not encouraging. place tho angel they had lost And they had no right to hij confidence. EViaU'WHEltE. milrUed rrazer's. St 1C4 GKAIN Wheat No. 2Ch e;0 he said, on two ears of ate: s Conkling, Cameron and Ligan, were ing; they had lived, She linds averted glances where she when light lips profane the namo of no carbon W a w No. 2 red,. Tho closiug years of the grent life now corn a dnv for several days. Would Grant prepared to mnke. After many intensely tho "Teen things which havo 49 115 r9!CBQXEWLAWSiOraeer.'payfroa 524 Corn-N- ofS mixed had hoped for the craze of truthful. r, relievBurwas a exciting contests in the various State Con- at afl; the very idea of fatty food is nauGen- - I supply them with food? these IS Im 13 1 kli lO eomm.&siocs. There ended were not passed in repose, for & 44 Oai& in.tJ trustful e'cs; her caresses are repelled, dened yet with an unpaid debt of affec- eral Grant could not bo an idler, ms long train of cars at Lynchburg loaded with ra- ventions, it was thought that more than a seating. ed.I'en.loas and Increase, experience 19rears: ll-6U 75 ? sdcee or no 1 e Write for eirmlars and laws. PORK 0 774 her loving words awaken no response. tion and gratitude, may attest that next tour in foreign lands, his vnrious business tions which had come from Danville for majority of tho delegates to the National A.W.AlcCOUMlCKi)ON. Cincinnati. Onlo. steam bA illi W allow them to be CHICAGO "Tho little one is shy and distant liko to the name of own mother it is the enterprises, and tho awful disaster brought his army. Would Grantprisoners? Grant, Convention were in favor of Grant, but w To intrrxlrc-theBRIDGE BUILDING. among tho 2.J, GIVEAWAY l.ft 1'I.OUR Staid nnd Wuti;rn.... most children in the presence of strang- most sacred word on earth. Francis to him and his family by the perfidy of a distributed told them that this train had mauyof them refused to obey their instrucwant OpentlnKWajhltietaehine. 1( office blan2 00 fe however, Slf oetid U5 yonr name. P O.and eTpn" tions, nnd others were led off by the 2 red Wkm-"t ers," says the father; "she will soon A. Shaw, in Chicago Interior. nne Mmctnre JJelnc Con- GltAIN 2 Ch.cagoo. Sprng & bin No. young man on whom he had built an abso- been captured tho day before by Sheridan. dishments of other candidates. The result Tho Kxtrnordliiiiry tlio Firth oT l'orth oiico. The National Co ,23DcyBt..N.Y. learn to love you." structed Arro 5 40 moment ot his surrender Lee was that neither Grant nor Blaine, his poCorn No. 2v mako up a strangely varied Thus, at tho lute trust, 32-Oats Xo.i must iwauttf nl and finest toned was absolutely dependent for supplies Months pas's. Tho child has grown had quite enough strength Tho oTWfit railroad brldjro across tho BAALBEC. my. & W, A ir prfrw, ew-picture as his career passes in review. It upon his conqueror. Grant, of ourso, ac- litical opponent,nomination, anu iue ueie-gatKe .. . to secure tbo accustomed to the new mother's presSemlforeatalogur. Address &10 20 bo when POUK Mussqte ia is Firth of Forth in Scotlaud will was well it was so good a thing that the quiesced iu tho request nnd asked how en erorsan&.naaoto..i ors,ra, holding the Imlnnca of power wero . coo Description of the Kuln of the Anc'cnt LAl'.n-Slesu- ftience, to the new atmosphere of caro country will not soon ceaso to bo grateful many rations Leo required. Out he rebel not disposed to give their support to either. completed one of the most remarkahlo Damascene City. ISAI.TIMOKK. and tenderness, but sho remains disBancs and Waves tent C O. D. any. Congress performed an act of General declared thnthe could not answer After a long and exceedingly animated 53 1 95 4 li where. Wholesale and retail prtce-l!tr- e of the ancient city of Baal-be- for it that tho dear "Old Man" before he the question. Ho had no idea of his own contest, the Rlaino delegates went with the feats of engineering in the world. The Kbnr o.2 tant. The little soul, that should warm The ruins 92 fffc . 02V GKAIX-VhNB. C. Strehli Co.,173 justice to ctroiicth- - No return of the brigades had scattering ones nnd nominated James A. bridge will ho more than a mile and a to these caresses as tho spring soil KM Kt'orn in im - . ' situated on tho plain forty-thre-e eyes on the 6cenes of earth. It cntroml dnvQ. Resides which this was halflong, so high that the lnrgost wari Oat m X0fwarms to the sunlight, is still cold and niilcs northwest of Damascus, aro the closed his too, that ho had an opportunity, 1,u.i. ...nrla feTbattle killed, captured thos? Garfield, tho ballot on 30t and achieve! Mes-- .. .11 M was well, I'KOVlStONa-l'o- rk EDUCATIONAL. lost in the for Grant. In having shown unresponsive. The sweet cherub has wonder of modern architects. 7U in Ijtnl lleHutKt simple story of hia wounded, or those left on the roadside the commemoration or the fidelity of the "Old ship can pass safely beneath it in any as a witness, to tell tho 1833. jHlifANAl'0M3. smiles for others, suuny glances, kindly 1853. THE NATIONAL NORMAL loved to style part of the channel, and so strong that been deserting and straggling hj Guard," as the third-tenneEven-thinis colossal. The area is by Ward. His last days wero men had OT ft 44words and merry laughter for all the lanrer than that of the temple at Jeru betrayal painful by these two events. thousands. He could not toll what num- themselves, medals wero struck and delivOvcr'i5l0enrolled. bo mn Wheat "Xo, 2 red train can -. private -. UNIVERSITY Over'JODepartmemsmaln his public had supCorn mixed.. r. world but her Her gayety salem. We may begin with the walls, made less of hearts are aching, millions of ber he had left. Alldestroyed aud prevent, ered one yenr later to all who campaign the heaviest railway 22 fe talned. All prof Millions to Oats mixed... papors had been ported the General. During the upou it at tho highot rate of speed. uer SJX0 abroad is in strange contrast with her which aro half it milo around, and ot eyes are blinded with tears vlded for. I.ecul TJIplnmiis conferred, nere, nave 3.0U1SVIM.K. the their falling into the Federal hands. Grant that followed Graut took au active interest " Teaeliem nml HooUteeier, trained 4 35 15 of the bridge is known Flour A Xo. IS. sullen obstinacy at home. Her heart such height and depth as. are rarely atThe principle Situation". Any home and finnlly inquired ir 2a,000 rations would suf- in politics, aud ou two or three occasions been helpedtoid peerless man goeth to his long ftj OS .x- numor Woman can pursue any study wltri I.r thought seems an JEolian harp, responsivo to tained meetings presided over and the cantilever. A powerful structure GUAIX Whsat No.2 red 49 Corn mixed pen.eof Time ana .nonry ! in.the most tremendous fortress. the mourners go about tho streets. The fice,wouldLeoroplled he Twenty-fiv- ethat thou- - iu the interest great politicnl Alter the held as steel, iu shape not unlike that of tbo asbe enough. every kindly outside breath, echoing Where from within of Gnnield. C4S than at any oilier tn'iltutl.m ..... of Oats niizol climbed to the whom he met in our great civil ber 4li.Mnfnia a T.QAa aaHmflfA fit Air An.1 .......... U00 In the U h.Catalocn' and full HGLBROOK sassination of the latter, however, he took walking-boaPOlf.lv moss&. of a paddle-steamboa- t, ever' voice of affection save that from top. it made mo giddy to look over the soldiers fathers, mothers, brothers and noumttoi of the wn war, the number ho surrendered? no part in politics. J,AUD-stea- tnj Tho woight on ono l'rekldenl AI.F1ECII Lebanon.WarrenCo, her lips. perilous edge to the depth below; and S. Grant rest upon a pier. of the men who wore the blue; the Grant turned to the officer of tho commit Tho death The step-mothbroods over all this, when from without the walls 1 looked sisters who wore the gray, and the peo- snrijit on his stall and directed him to nsi closes one of of General Ulyssss careers side balances' that on tho other. Hut tho uiost remarkable asking hcccelf tho'reason. and question- up at them, they rose high in the air. soldiersthe South who thank God for the sun i'i.000 rations that ni"ht to tho Armr, recorded iu history. y intimately havo the arms ot tho two cantilevers do not ple of The order was, tho nimo and achievements of the great meet. of Northern Virginia. ing her own conscience as to any remis- Some of the stones seem as if they had restoration of the Union all these nnd nil Don't Discharge your Doctor obeyed, and before the rebels gavouplhe soldier been Identified with our national sion in duty. She little dreams that been imagine an engine's walking-beabow their bends in arms tney were leu oy muir tjuujmcs. .m life reared in place, not by Titans, but their fellow-citizethat to a large part of tho American thirteen hundred feet loug almost a But tell him frankly you are some outside Penelope is all the while by the gods. There are nine stones sorrow, for our most honored and best-love- d The formal papers were now signed, a f e, news brings n sensa of personal getting desperate. Perhaps ho busy unraveling her home-wor- k. This thirty feet long and ten feet thick, citizen has passed beyond the shores more words were exchanged byltn ine people tho anguish which quarter of a mile long resting upon its bereavement, recalling the of time. who had opposed each other so long, thej; rent the popular heart when Washington, center, so that it projects in either direc will review his treatment, and Penelope is presumably a relative or which is than the foundation again shook hand3, and Loe went to tbj that other grand commander, was called to tion siv. hundred anu seveniy-iiv- e bosom friend of the lit-s- t wife, who from stones oflarger toniplo at Jerusalem, icuu advise a trial of The Hero's Career. porch. The Union officers followed anl his reward just at tho close of the last cenfancy two such cantilevers so a misguided sense of loalty to the dead dating fromihe time of Solomon, or held in Grant, the It is narrated of General service that his saluted him, aud the military leader of thi tury. General Grant has beenthe peoplepe- placed iu the same line that their ends thus wrongs tho living. mounted his horse and rode off to culiar esteem and affection by of against any blocks'in the great Pyramid. determination to enter the .. soldiers prisoners of. the whole Union of late years, and nothing fo-ihe Tho child, on her visits to thee old ns nn nbvss of three hundred and But even thtse are pygmies compared the rebellion was taken and announced the his -army, T.riH and his ,cn,n irri'iiij iuuci uuicicu uia v, relatives, finds herself the In this case, as in many others, This space is upon rending them. friends and coat or . with three pants of the western he "drew on his told of the surrender of lines the men rushed up 10 meir cuiei, mora toucuin''- tfa oeauuiui a una evui urou fifty Juot-botwc- on an ordinary girdor bridge, , h thyand filled with the change "worked wonders : telegram which constant object of tearful lamentation. wall, the o sixty-twand n Fort Sumter. He came Into bis leather breaking ranks, and struRBlmg to fen, sixty-thre-e with which thoy watched over the ends of tlio two cantilevers serving one tnemo upon wlucn tncy ring i half feet, sixty-fou- r ms cucim tenderness ol weariness, wraisuess uuu. lno Three years ago I suffered greatly from telegram, and, os he bis hand. Tears streameu uown throilgi1 afe last hours feet long- - Xhcso, read ' have fought all sorts of changes, 5s her. own mother am s'-i-l to In tho lnrffest stOUCS eVer ' Btoro. up thethe Lher ( ouiplaint, Genert.1 Debility, Loss, coat which he had una ns he said: "Men, we have done tho best! suffer ng. Tho fatal cud has been seen ap- for piers. took I ,.,. ..nc-.,t- 1 the one . mother who love!i her so U7t:VA :1,, fill lAiUSI ;n LIVL. 1.111. mn,r rOlfrh aside, put it on again ana ouservea the war together. They raised a few broke proaching stealthily but with cruel andfac-- ij The process ol constructing tins oriuga of Appetite, and Headache; my stomach: L1,U, "The Govern- could for you."leader thoy had followed steps, and tha bravo old hero &nd, although I ate were she living, would do hundrods f tons, and insf-tin bis quiet way: dearly, who. is extremely interesting. Tho structure wai of being althe for .lont.h with iumarturbable and undis me for the army, so differently from Uio stranger who has merel7 hewn out 0f a quarry, which ment educated served through oneand I cheers a fierce battle and arduous'marcltj sparingly, of carefully selected food,! was is largely made of siccl cylinders from so many war an intensely pathough I havo Army ot Jfortherj mayed demeanor made in constant distress from indigestion. I gwusurpcu iicipjuuu; eiglit to twelve feet in diameter, and the country am still a little indebted to obligation." and the career of tho Grant alsoiretiirrtfl4 thetic and Impressive picture, but oue Virm'nl.1 was ended. was troubled wifli sleeplessness, aud beltus nothing less keepius with the dylns mau's so'me of thorn two or three hundred feet and willing to discharge the in pitched -L.fAntjr Ho showed no fear of doath. long. There will bo a length of six came so emaciated and feeble that 1 was " Taking with hftri a company of volunteers at once to his headquarters, ndw l ""iuti- .,' "i l"" "" . been lifted nineteen f. . 1....1 c.r. in clniia nrnvinltv nml at tho front of which be had enlisted, he went to Spring- almostapproached theSheridan'sJcominandVl I in the bridge. unable to leave my room. After remainsnort, tne ciiua js given to uiuicrstana, .und..aml therembedMed in the wall . . Union lincs,the new but miles of such cylinders tendered his services to Governor As he ing in this reduced conditio!! over a more by covert insinuation than by di- Never was there such cyclopcan archi- field nnd a volunteer. Tho troops were gath- had nassed beforo him and thStfiring of terrible form scores of times before,to a Some parU of the bridge will cost moro never subjected him as month, and rettivin uo benefit from tho rect words, that any lovo or respect she tecture. How such masse? could have Yntes in chaotic mass, and the Governor salutes began, but he sent at oncO. to stojii the battleiield ered mare awful strain than the slow sapping of tuan twenty uonars an men to uuuu. them. "The war is over," ho sold, "th trrrai.tv bv tho dread nnd insidious dis medicines prescribed for mc, 1 obuuped awards the living mother is robbery of been moved is a problem with modern and his staff were nearly distracted. Four great railway companies unito our countrymen agaiu, and tbgl mv doctor's consent to a trial of Avert the dead. Goneral Grant presented himself to rebels areof rejoicing after tho victory wuT ease which had seized him in its remorse- - to construct it, and its total cost will bo that best Before I hail flubbed jthc leasljrasp. 'in li 111 slixcivcii mau. vau.uu more thau ten million dollars. It will the Governor with the remark Point be tosign lesson at home engineers. Perhaps she learns this abstain from all demonstrations k zWa power before which oven hU lr (. harles Wilson, whom f met in be had been educated at West of this medieine 1 bepm ta imfirst bottle from some old imiiy servant or gov-- ; TKrIlssllDin ,, , tIli. Rut ho had not vet renorted not lie finished before tho year 1890,n. ,n aal- - and bad served in Mexico, and asked for ti,a flub!-was hopeless, tho prove. By its continued uc the troubles, crness a person not bad at heart, but He was told to the capitulation to tho Govomment,fead,4j.r :.. Ull! trrrmnds Ill d, .nmaiMnir to do. i. d!- went out, auu it is not too even if all goes well. Youth's Comvan-io1ft 11 ?' Ill Ul'L. .' LH 11 till. me roansiue, ue sat on a HiT t with my liW and stomach gradually others the victim of a sirsnic ons nature that temple, he tells me that in sav that fcould as there were no vacancies. dismounting at for paper and pencil. An - , . 1. mv appetite and strength the British -- call again, and called l.ii.ilnn Ul llf.9 ,rtA lit, n appeared, aud ,a ,vo, uuuto his hotel, and cnllmg stone magnifies molehills into mountains, or Museum there is an and w !.- -. (tCEliniMl LUO UUIUUU offered his order-bootablet Grant returned received the same rereturned. After takin- - eight bottlcsny of a mawkish sentimentality Unit dis- which reveals tho way ancient were again tho next day again nnd again with 4:S0 p. m. on Sunday, tho 9th of Apru, he Hrls of chivalric souls would havo been A Sarcastic Husband. .uv;.nov;..vo w.w, ,,..... such- - stones sponse. He called 10 laKO UJIUU(?n.ith neon bcalth was fullv restored, and I am aiain of the rebellion in these rndV , cerns in the dear departed rendered moved. The mechanics . ...! to rolla7A his Vero very sim-pl- no better success. Finally, bill funds run- announced tho end able to attend to my business.--- 1 muio D. . words: moro virdoubly dear and sacred by death due, board Mr. Pactoliis Wilkins litul been sufferer and spare him to rollers were put under them, and ning low aud his resort, asked being office the illustriousBut it could not be, and the Yarriuston, Bunker IIIU fcU, Cbarlebtowu for tues that would bo impossible to any Uiey wercjirawn up noN. K. if. Stastojt, Secrtianj of War, as a last his satires inclined planes by Grant, This was given him, and ho began irarfifnaton: General Leo surrendered the the couui j Liatrwf , Botou, Mass. manv bloodv battle- - thau usually aggravating in Copyrighted. work. inhabitant of this world, "Poor juotli-erle- sheer human nniscle--th- o ability. or Northern Virginia this of U;rnoon, on united work, very much elated over ms success. Anny perforce to meet tho dark on his wife's culinary i all disorders of the Blood, use For little creature!" "Sweet, for- .strength of great by myself. Tho nmnbers'of men. In From this subordinate place 'sho was soon tonus proposed correspondence wih show thoiancel m a sirut,b ." "You nieau thing," said Mrs. "Wil-- "I inn-- additional saken darling!" "Lovely innocent!" oftransferred to tho Adjutant-Generalending. lT S. Uua.nt. ruuo ues gn on tne tablet tlie wuoie 7 8ad aU botUea, 5. conditions fully. won't Price these words uttered iu, uvcry uoio of tne s, -- . ,, g got easy, wuniu uiu uuiiu wuuuco kins, bursting into tears. tdeutenant-uenerai.yjf- ct rreparcd by Dr. J. C. Aycr ti Co., Lowell, Has.. Sold ly JJrogsteu fice, and after makiug a tour of inspection " ' the gamut of svmpathv-fo- rni various military camps in tho State article, to do the eon- another word to you as long as I speak of the thefof I newspaper General Grant Tho next was tendered the Colonelcy of tho Twenty-fir- st rebel lines day conversed with Generalft slant refrain of the tune tho child hears ,J1C live." Regiment of Infantry a. fhi body of Lee. Both were convinced, Lioe as urmly r. LUD OIU1UCUV.O h thi i .,llnlinilPSK fc early and late, and it is no wonder that masters standing "Great Heavens!" said Mr. W. "Tom. PURGATIVE men, but so turbulent and unmanageable as Graut, that the war was over, and Lee :ra hutnrv will be duo chiefly to his overSthim lash she ere long comta to regard herself as i , tell , ,. h nobody careu ior iue cuuuiiauu. u expressed uis sausiucuun ui nw icbuiu nfpitarv achievements, and this will be run out as quick as yon can, and kettle-f that unnecesthe most, forlorn and of h ?nt iral and just. But to the generation Slenkcr to send up two bazoos, a drilled and marched some of theduring ft ' the Slaver', lie said, was dead; the South was regiment with him be has drum, l hitman beings. Thus early schooled m .n four parrots and a steam caltrt R. the sifwl r, this put- - sary spirit out of this in his charge, and prepared to acquiesce in this as one of th h,ph fc self-nit-y for personal attributes raauy liope at once. Flurry now." gJ" first four weeks it was in tlistrust qnd hatred sho ls ting consequences of National victory. The forth of human striho-t- en masse after marching it into Northern Missouri claims upon the popular regard dteoeiatl eed been foreseen. The uttor object of commiseration. Bl" - J net., and all r.TVEK and BOWEL "And what under tho sun do you PoaltlrtlT career or as ft an amv were m D:lttle. he was, on tho 9th of August, 1S01, through end had longrAsnurof-q- . the annihilation of I from "i3 fn wisest reasons tho step-mothuiv-J to nt t-For the e uT.noD JPOISON. nd Sain Si.eaiea j!U. PIII. A DOSE. Foe J?inUoCoaipUia4 taeae iiia com- - want with all that foolish stutT?" ex friend, his was A battle it was in thewwito of human the influence of of Galena, appointed iir. B. , trli(li hntl steadilv rrointr on I otlir. he no e'l'!',.- - i and them a valuable QJthartloar.d have Brig-tbo quail- - claimed the voluntary mute. ' den es the child some wonted vet harm- - life it caused. These tismles Washbuvoe, In that Career In rar pw"" uao so urrM J .Tiuiiavut ....l.t k.w. knt mm tKpmlnnrinn 1.;. Baal- stall far iia " " auapa. Vaiuablo lniormatloa adier General and put in command of a Johnston, no saw, wuuiu touuui i im indulgence, and thereby rous.es a, ,ia ml,ct. havn voori 1ITG01( of UMwbleb most strongly appeal to Ameri: "To get accustomed to tho change, composed ot Southeast Missouri n aTrs A ..Jbb4 iahsr rava- f gUllIH'"" district revolt among the whole circle of spies 'n building, and v.i. treated and cured without the knife. my dear," replied Mr. W. "Doctors d R haycon,nmed the nnd Southern Hlinois, with headquarters nis example auu suncuuoinrmics were all in simple principles of him say that sudden changes aro always CANCER ltoot on treatment enl tree. Adi-eTheir manner declares and meddlers distinguished n proving Y L.POKD.M.DAuron,tneCa.IU. Here was begun a military ca- aud tho sooner the rebel nw. Nothing THAT probity which imputation ot . .i. u:... and the wealth et Cairo. in less thau four years gavo surrendered the better, i...? j..- -i marvelous course, and he reer which Lcrillard's Plug lO K- -E. accomplished by further resist- all through bis..,;. rt ro.itiinas-- and suc- - fruitful of disease." . S could be mJ though words be wanting that this fame. && M' tlcUU li him a world-wid- e Lea Til go right home to my mother,' ,.7i innate " " barlns a r,j t In fi"; hat'Lcrillarl tpurpose of this review of ance. When Grant discovered that to 1039 ircm ovv.u...j or me TO AlVr.KTIKR force woman, who has thrttst herself into the, It is not tho 1t:iTI him ., as sho fell in hysterical -fc " ueni nne cut. inatinsr General to recount entertained" these opinions he urgedpeople, se. i,v sheer folly to talk of such, men said Mrs. " rr.1r:.. it is ,.lei.KiV 3" I own mothers place, takes a malicious Cheese, when exeSlivelv acid. U the career of the dead BII1IILI . Cllpp'"sid that Lorillard-- s s?uuU", tiUm vmrmC his rise from a address the rebel Government and A paroxysm. SL J'atU Herald. I uiU5tJulaeape,(iuaUtycoiiaerl? the incidents that marked hasten the leomiag " the front by accident. delight in eroding her, and grudges her lkely to produce ialitnurig gastro Brigadier-Gener- al to General of tha army. and use his groftt influence to The Hickman Courier. GRANT IS DEAD -- ! FI n wit for-eig- ca-jwc- er step-mothe- n - head-ttuarto- ru-un.- R. CgARRH the-oihV- ll slep-mothc- ed 1 15-- 3 f 1, WITH0U1 MONEY WITHOUT PRICE step-mothe- rs T step-motherw ed er w side-arm- lf step-mothe- so-call- ed u-- exix-rienc- e BjI-kna- p, to-c.i- d. task-mistre- ss step-childre- n, ,.. .,.. 'vj, t ! er nj step-mothe- step-childre- hard-workin- LEPAGE'S LIQUID GLUE. A er step-mother- er I lst auti-biliou- s vir,r 3r$r collar pan BOSS U Vm-oixi- a. Cattle-t'oinuionJ- U ed step-mothe- i-- 'T 2 i step-mother- eraf PotattH.-SiPorlHirT- step-mother- .i llct AL F.RA BE ACT Jerter m. step-mothe- steji-cniiure- n. !. 0 A Df Wrrtrti,,)! ji a es ORGANS! 8.-- c, WabaSh-avCblcas- g rs ....5 -- step-mothe- to-da- y; oung--Mnn- , I. " m step-mothe- r's er A. m us Xet toef 8 Sarsaparilla., .... Jf ...I ,.,! . .... d s-- - V Cf.i: '" " 1 aid-de-ca- k, o: ss LSAJioft ;.,,! Xii. "C Aver's Sarsaparilla. 1 fL"?" mT b" ad foJtice il, anffSuting 0rv nn old-tim- ,, w....u.u .ni.i hn ? rmm PILLS X4! J- 1 -- rm .v.u. man-llnfan- rWm U. AWARE Jj"f " --- -.-- Cfe ll K-U- srj raft tin aost kanoleis pleasure i intestinal irritation.jf; fx ibune. 9 i 't ,' ' o w ErsSKS(S6Bmw"sw- - -- ,. v ' T V ) r- -- zsa a l r J L- -l t l&- 1$ , M l M v :-- ..j School Needs. The candidates for tho LegisCITY ITEMS. 1 lature spoke in Hickman, TuesTho teachers campaign against Tnm ROWLAND. Dontist, will C. day night. There is practically ignorance is about to commence, fc&V $818 i Mfrr-inni- n TninTiM iiihii iii mi iiiiiiii 30ili, 1 in Hickman, on July 2'Jtb, rn- ti AKKOtirVCC3EEST. noissucs between Messrs. Oliver and, as the soldier, if properly mill .11 t rednca.hr, Thursday, and 7b Tic Infers o thc City of Uich-- , and Retiutek, the candidates for equipped, is more likely to suc- day. Office at Laclede House. the. Lower House. of a Thoy P' ceed so the teachers chances of man: Mm Wntrh maker, is Constitu- success are far better if he is well itt&) C3IJ E rnfrrJ proaelt tho question "'Ve have ,0P,,C,! Cnoh System, doinr linincfwi with as little expense a poible-XXiJOiimL& JaftoJd) ffl m druB & Lamlrum In response to tlie Bnliritation of friend, now wmuz g?lgs,Ml CnrrvagoodStockofcTerythinK iJ in the line ot Dry Good, Xotiom.. CloihinR, Hoot?, tional convention from somewhat supplied with necessary apparat store. located in Moorereliability I hereby announce myxelfn n candidate different standpoints, but both UU skill and B M Show, Gents and JJies Furnishing Goods, Carets, Floor Oil Cloths. Table Oil Clothe, . located here permaiieuli) for the office of City Marshal, at theenfu us, lmieeti, agricultural imple proven, and be is &c. .. ...H..w. W ' .. w w Constitution? is ments are not more essential to to always make good his pronincs. boliovo that a new - .i lag August election. . ouartersforJleUi',.VJ.oiutu,8andClrildrenTs i ii . uihu - T3" O 111 S - I . D. Y STEWART. u iu iwiu-lieetUMi, aim tins CiiiiikmI Mmh!h. m,,s, charts, thc husbandman-ll.a. r n i s,a .f .Tellies. Mar" as heretofore either will voto to, ,obes aml bhlck.board to ih , resubmit the proposition to the ?nnpiIf... rowfat Peas, String Itoms, l'ea, Tomatot Remember the olection takes people. Oliver makes tho point The extremely low PRICES at which wo are offering our STOCK has Of the aids mentioned thc black- Arple.ai'.dH.tj w U0GEKS, place next Monday. 15e sure to that when the Democratic party board ranks first in importance go to the polls ami vote. haa atfjgged an unusual large trade to our Store, and we feel very thankful Biirllugnmo.tlie shall next assemblo in Stato Conho who ignores its use in- - thc . runittniittn as a skilltul wor& i" uur. patrons tor their liberal appreciation of our cilorts to give y2! -Rev. W. G. Ilciloy will preach vention that it should declaro to and , school-roomJmt? tJS deserves to bo ig- mau second to no oeinhw hue, and hun- tncmw the funeral of the late F. P, the peoplo what amendments to nored by tho board of directors. for whom he lias done work will evidreds at the Methodist churcli, tho Constitution it will favor aud Eery bchool room should be sup- dence hU reliability. Call at Moore ones it will oppose, to tho plied with an abundance for not Landman's. Sunday, August 9, at 11 a. yi. what may voto more only is Tlio season known as dog end that people on CHOICE lot of cornoil Beof for it valuable in tho construcuuderstandingly tho proposi- tion, analysis, parsing aud dia5o per pound, at days commencod on tho 19th of which is a Musl & Sjiaw's. this mouth, and will last, until tho tion, proposition good suggestion if gramming of sentences, in gramis defeated next mar, but in penmanship also it 23tli day of August, a period of six this For KcaJ. Monday. To this, Mr. Ronnick greatly assists tho teacher in imweeks. The splended store room on Clinton makes no objection. Oliver, also, parting a kuowlcdgo of ihe prin ' street, lately occupied by Alexander J3 Tho Clinton Democrat has advocates some kind of a law to ciples, slope, height -and shado of Maxwell, dry coods merchant, is for rent? Sq HONEST TRICES. To tho ladies ESPECIALLY, do temporarily suspeudod. on county and It is keep a closer watch Maps are on rnnennnlim tirnn. AnDlv tO thanks, for their understood, though, that it will Stato oflleers to prevent embez- tho various letters. E. T.'GAUDNERl SEa drawn, subjects outlined, and exbo revived at an early day under zlements, defaulting, &c, whereas amples solved, in short, in every -, 'U- rc BBUlUg K DI1A A the management of Mr. Armistead. Rennick thinks the .present laws branch tho teacher uses it largely MXJOH. BEND CHILLED PLOWS K (k J L V V 7 X 1 Jl B t HI a r.&-'T-i- II K -.. buy. T if tho otlicers nwr Tho Stato Board of Equaliza- amniopurpose will appointed for aud finds it an indispensable and for 7.60. Now is the tune to & Shaw Muse their tion has equalized Fulton County such Olivor also dischargelaw to invaluable auxiliary. an(jLA.RGE PURCHASES in our duty. lavors a follows. Lands BurlinKazne, h locaj Another great want is reading Tlio i pay 3 por cent, added; personal prop- make insuranceor companies hold- - charts, and their value is 'ovident ted Herman ently in Hickman: and if he' esse the full amount thc policy, home populari- fixes your watch, ii always at erty 21 por cent deducted; town mg-th- o navc thc greatest variety, from thc Cheapest to thc very best !E31A.!1TX)S 3ij"W company respohsiWo lor from their largo use and m ty in tho primary schools. They provethe reliability of his work. lots 3 por cent added. X). wcjjn say of a truth that wc have the best S3E3ZOIE for men and women valuation, &c. On this its agents , KofiU nm! I'omler create and sustain an interest that has overmen sold by any merchont in Hickman. Every pair of thope SlkiOIES Tho Stato Board of Eqaliza-tio- point Ronnick argues that a poll-c- v paying an. to fliitc ami Retl Nettings, Whito QomlH, fulk, Tjcea, Embrouloric6 Wnrmntcil bvHlhe Manufacturer; dont be humbucKcd Into Durability extortionate )ricc fit; being a source of economy. Tho leaea paid by tha Travelers Innur-Hii- e adjourned lust Friday. Thoy aud Kcalncu of tho com is a contract botw-cou-. April, other or a SZEiOIE that can't touch ours for Style, during the , school should bo sup- 1SS5, Company juul Accident nientli of togeth- 2vrT"0 nave a large anti eiegnni ime. Every but come tvus xA wiv ono pair a.s an experiment, nnd you will bo convinced that what Policies on Life doubtloss performed their duty pany and tho persd;i.insur6U,and plied with a set of outlino maps Yc are .still ollering the following very rare Bargains wo have said are factsv THE LOWEST PRICE HOUSE 1N;IIICKMAN, er, amouuted to 112.51,61, or n fraotion well under tho law, but thero is a the terms of that contract1 must and more than fifteen dollars n minute for ry V growing impression that tho law bo respected, &c. Botli: gentle- for the teaching of geography, IPl-svurfbanking hour of thc month, if charts are provided, auatomy, X-itself ought to bo repealed. men, declare themselves opposed phsiology, and hygieno may bo T. M. FRENCH, Aobst, at IIickxan, Ky. Judge Thos. IL' Hincs is at to tho whipping post. 9 with pleasure to tho pupil tauirht 3ic 5c for worth Mr. Jacob White, Democratic Mini pnsn to tho teacher. A set of 8.51) yds- Printed Lawns Chalybeate Springs, Logan counricttrcr I'oIm, next 3 5c Dress Prints, nice Styles, 20 ty, in very bad health, . and tho candidate for State Senator, rous- weights and measures greatly fa For sale, by W. D. Diestelbrink, all fniL l 1 I a it GAc 5 yard wide Brown Sheeting compound Bowling Green Democrat says: took tho stand, audjnado A low as the lowest cilitatc tho teaching of S Twi l ' (i 5 Tic Gingham Checks "Unless ho greatly improves, ho ing good Democratic speech and numbors whilo the diP.lcult sub( well pleased his Hearers, ms opMoney wived by buying of, 5"will not bo able to resume his 10c JjEbpcs Victoria Lawn jects of square and cube root aro PLAUT BF.O'3. & CO. " scat upon the Appellate bench.''. ponents, Capt. Albritton and Dr. rcadilv understood when explain10 20c India Linon . f! Landrum, were absent, and ho Jll a InRraiiw, 20 35c It Luce Curtain Goods K.33, Uii- - y &, Dick Moss, a saloon keeper didn't discuss in full tho points of ed with the blocks. Although a A full lino of Hemps,Oil Cloths, and i a Trr ' ir, r. vcrsv. rAjn" uSsff nnd l( yet UruseeHs Csrjwting, llor VI It Bordered Scrim Net " '35c 25 on the Tonnessee side of Fulton, thc canvass. Ho is in faor of a tellurian would be far better Trunks, .'.,r nt verv low Price. Also, o " 10c tt who had been drinking heavily, new" Constitution, .opposed to tho by thc use of the globo a tolom-bldz. Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea immene and explanation can bo givon of Valiw. Bagi, siocic Satche's. ueInseen 10 u it MSDETJM CFUA2DS PIASSfO was found Wednesday morning in. whipping post, advocates temper10c tt o " Bordered Handkerchiefs 5 saomu variety. Our " near Allen's brick- ance, but does not cndarse,prohi- - tho alternations of day and night, appreciated. a mud-hol10c K MAD2Ss S"0RPASSI1TG 1ST 2SVSB, Gents Colored Half llose 0 J AI.13XAKDER & MaXWEU.. it yard in a dying condition. He bition, especially wnen cnaperon-e- d chango of seasons, latitudo and " 1.00 75 FSAT'O-B.SBSe Cottonade Tants longitude. was taken homo and died in a " 1.00 75 Ljies Kid New Port Tics aB a help to tho Republican PB,IOB. The place to spend your Cash at, OF Only tho most important artishort time. " 1.25 party as is now the case in Ken- cles of apparatus have boon namPLAUT RRO'S. & CO. 75 4 button New Ports ComblnoQ Volume "With " 1.00 75 Wheat has boon tending low- tucky. He Is n quick, ready and ed and it is not oxpected that all Open. Slippeis Purity and Swootnesa, At: " 1.50 er in all tho principal markets thin entertaining speaker, quo of tho of those can be secured in ono Lime, kinds of DUiufectaatsChloride of a 1.00 Front Lace Sewed Calf Shoes Carbolic Acid, balphite week, and some farmers on this cloverest men in the District, and year but a part uuy and that Chloride of Soda. of Iron, at ; " 1.00 75 Combines Lightness, For sale fionts unlaundrtcd Shirts account refuse to tako present made a splendid impression by his may be increased year after year. Elasticity and Pliancy. tt ft Drugstore. COWGILL'S 1.25 1.00 Full Stock Brogans prices, and are holding their crops. speech. Tho principle involved m tho use & Haas Combines Beautiful Dosign I Hickman buyers this week have Sont forget that Salmon's of apparatus is that of Pcsta- - Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to JTlicse Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du and bost Workmanship. paid all tho way from 70c to 90c, A WnlUlus Skeleton. lozzi proceed from the concrete ptop the Cholera among hogs and keep plicated. IZS'.VLX, RESPECTS It Jtatohloss Instrument, ami ta aud are still offering these figures. Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanioburg. Pa . to the abstract and when it is se- them from taking it, or money refunded, 3JtVou "Wonts IVlainilliottirotl to Meet tlioPIAK) of Tliooo vlxo will find everything just as advcrtiscd,andvc'w'ont,tbc',justout" with hnij? fever was afflicted buy Desire toMade tho J1IE8T tlintouu lu cured a radical chango will be by The assessed valuation of writes: ami nbwsa on lunra. and reduced to a ataltonuonablo Price.' of any article when it is called for. J. W. COV( JILL, Druggist. teaching and Pulton county this year is $1,900,- vulking Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of made in methods of FOR jVX.13 BY 110, against $l,olo,12o in 1SS0 an Dr. King's New Discovery forConsumption, a very perceptible improvement in Irnportnnt Co hhlppcm ana iSTDER & j in fivo years. which did me bo much good that I bought tho condition of our scnoois. I'arniertJ. increase of T. F. WILBURN & CO., UOBMALITE. county for tho same pe- a dollar bottle. After using tnree boiiies, to the public b Hickman EST MUSE & SHAW announco man, completely more a Agta. for R. DORMAN & CO., Nashville, Tcnn. ihiit thev are prepared to handle any nnd riod pirns $319,705; aud Graves found aivself once with a hearty appetite, restored" to health, Some of Tcstalozzi's teachings: all kinds of produce for shipment by river $892,553. Who says, in the face and a gain in flesh of 48 pounds." Call at to or rail. Special LEADERS 4ND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. EVERY PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIYE YEARS, get a of these official figures, that our Moore & Landrum's Drug Store andfor all Obscrvo carefully tho first great shipment of fruits. attention given the s All business entrusted bottle of this certain euro agent, maternal love. Arrest the to their care will have prompt attention. tree trial 6cctiou is not prospering! Lung Diseases. Large bottles $1.00. childs attention with objects Will keep plenty of barrels and fruit boxes InSuperintendent Public a mo around him. Teach first the idea, on hnd. Ordinarily there is not much struction, Pickott, writes Commisword. Proceed from the ho cannot sympathy for dupes who aro swin- then tho tho complex; from the The ere&teat variety of Ladies and Mi"" sioner Saunders, that simple to toll what thc school per capita dled out'of money hotting on oth- concrete to tho abstract; from the ps Shoes, at PLMJT'.S. warranted. If fail to will be given will bo until tho Auditor makes er men's tricks, bccatiso thoy tho unknown. Get the giTe satisfaction another pair N Also GODSHAW & de- ought to know better, and because known to ormonev refunded . his estimate, which has been child to observe closely and modi-tat- rL.AUT3 Hand Sewed for men warrant Ql BaiBBIiaBSW 1 B on account of soycral of such green ones show'lliat they j?lJJE23&3HtitB layed ' Again ye make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring on his observations. eh iho Sheriffs books not having aro "wining 10 swiuum mu uwu "Thc ncod of tellGoods, consisting of the latest styles aud novelties, Silk and Lace Spencer said; been sent in until recently. Tho thcy are betting against, &c, but ing so much depends on tcachor's See oar Clothing for Men, Roys and Chiland prices dren. The assortment is elegant capita will be announced soon. it frequently happens, that there stupidity. ITeolswear, aro sharpers and thieves going Previous to opening school low. Mr. aud Mrs. Otto Ilertweck & Maxwell. Alexander o&ozi Skaoes, &o. 'OftentimeH celebrated their silver wedding on through tho country,fVAfiA rV1lll teachers shonlil visit tho' school A !il. ciiuut. uu ttiAlin -!.... Muu-gDo vou want a THKEMHMj .M- 0" Friday the 24th .instant, this wor- wiui ;""t liouse in comnany witli tho trusAlso, fine and cheap STEAM ENGINE, uei- thy couple having been united on tions wl.o use an manner piunsus- - tcesmidaseCrtain the repairs need ACHINE, SAW MILL, , . . . . SORGHUM MILL, COTTON GIN, CORN Ul(J bo.ird ,nuk. tho 21th of July, 1S00. Quite a ces to swmdlo andTit cheat CRUSIIKK, or anything in thc machinery Have in stock and are constantly adding a complete line of MAAIklA Ikt l.HOW f'fllflll ffl ,vi.. III once. guests, amid a pCULIll; JIUUJMC, UJ ing the repairs at number of invited line? If vou do, eo to MUSE & SHAW and net their prices. They "re agents for of congratulations, music giving change, and such tncks. shower the fihows are the Kingsland, Ferguson ii Co's, Machine rr.itso:vAi aud good things to cat, made the Tho proprietors of for such, and ?;, lie. Mill Supplies. not responsible Miss Bosa Young and sister, who have ry and evening over memorable for its such men been visiting Dr. iaris family, returned probably may condemn pleasures and enjoyments. Shoe Company for We are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d IJuiolier Shop. !i in null- as anv one they claim- - to their home, Lexington, Mo., last Fri- Mr. Robert Kirk, who lives ing that oftentimes they can't pro- - day. Having rirmcd a partnership with M. D. Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and pret j near Hickman, had one of his legs vnnf Rtmli in on from following or Miss Adellc Allen, and Mfoes Light and Johnson, for carrying on the above bust and Builder's Hardware generally. A complete lino of tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction Our hereby notified that on thc public broken in three places, Friday coming to the places where they May Faris, are on a visit to St. Louis and ness, after the arc day of April, wcwill stock of 1st nnd Ho was engaged in getting exhibit. There is to bo a great Cape Girardeau. last. them regularly with the best(fresh Xoofes, Kixigss, supply m Mis Bello Fortune, out some saw logs on a hillside show at Hickman, August 12, and Dickey, of Kewburn, andand Mrs. Calvin beef, pork, &c, at the grocery houe of Mrs. Dr. Nail, on his farm, and a log rolled over at Fulton and Clinton, the day be of Memphis', Tenn., arc visiting Mrs J. W. ROGERS. of all kinds, from a Brad to GOd. A full Hue of Carpenters tools. Also, htm. They had to dig his leg from fore and after, which is doubtless James Fuqua. and will fit perfectly, and cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e under tho loir. Physicians liopo a very fmo exhibition, and tho obSALE Right head Graded and Mrs. Charlie Rear, of Nashville, ia visiSTOVES, TINWARE, COOKING FOR Cattle. Apply to cheaper than "the usual price. We have the lateststylcs of Men's, to avoid amputation, but ho will ject of this article is not to reflect ting Judge Landrum'd. Mrs. G. 8. MILES, Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other "Family bo a cripple for life. Ho is a clev- upon the show or its proprietors, Mrs. Julia Scott, of Paduoah, and Mis-jutyl7-2Jordan, Ky. er, upright, industrious citizen, but simply to warn our nomo peo- Reese, of Louisville, are visiting their relaGroceries, constantly kept in stock. Sow is the time to get good barHousekeepers Supplies generally. and Cheap, a Wilson Sewing and we sincerely griovo over thc ple that following along this great tives, Mr. and 5irs.lt E. Millet. FOR S43-gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be MiB8 Jennie Ledford of Koarlng Springs, Machine, in good running order and oon accident. show these swindlers and thieves AND SHEET IRON WORK, convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. COPPER, try to get in Ky., is thc guest of Mr. and Mrs. i. L. dition. Apply at this office, or to Gnm3. may be on hand and Mrs. Salue A ncsro bov bv tho name of SOiSTS. Case. a specialty. Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. Lawson, was run over and killed their dirtv work, and all men 111H3 L.U1U lUmKUiiiVIJl vmw v. ....... and not will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. by a train on thc SI. & O. Railroad, should bo on their guard, no mat-to- r man's favorite young ladies, is spending a "DONT YOU F0GET IT " Our prices bo takon in by any trick near Woodianu few days with rclativoa, wear Jordan, this comity, Satnr-da- v & CO. "W. how clover and plausible it Mills. II. Buchanan is the only man April 3, 1885. nicht last. It seems that Mrs. Jamoa C Wearn and Miee Lula that sells the elebrated Bryan & Lavrsou and a colored companion may look. Powell, arc spending this week with rela- Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and liquor, vroro under tho influence of DEALER I3ST tives, at Lovolaceville, Ky. ThoutmiHlH Sny So. Lawaon lyinjf down on thc track, children, meu and boys. These Mr.T. "V. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes : fell asleep, with thoabovo results. Shoes take the premium over all Law-so- n "I never hsItato to recommend your Elec A Car!. Somo parties suspoctod that for good and fino workmanship; my customers, they give 3D camo to his doath by violence tric Bitters to satisfaction and are rapid sellers." To the Voters of Fulton County: robberv, and Electric Ritters are the purest and best I understand a jest I made at the ex and is the most substantial Shoe for tho mirnoso of then placed on tho track to con- l medicine known and will pcsUWely euro pense of Mr. Jas. 1'. Taylor and Mr. Tom made in thc United States. Don't AND iu. PATENT ceal tlio crime, but tho facts do Kidney and Liver complaints. Funiy the Wallace is being made capital of to the met let others humbug you with some TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," Mr. Taylor and Wallace. I not justify tho suspicion, --so blood and regulate the bocJs. No family jury of gentlemen last week in Hickman, other make, and say it is jusf s3 requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink: to back up the can afford to bo without theta. They will these trood. but co to BQCHANA3PS. Abdosisal Coroner's inquest was held. Supports more diflicult matter. save hundreds of .dollar? Ja'doctor's bills (peveral were present at the time), I said and buy the Sho6 with Bryan Ik claim with thc proof is a to show in what respect None of my would-b- e ISTE"W Lou- every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by to Mr. Taylor he would have to pay me half Rev. Ren Dcorinjr, of St. rivals ever dare attempt their goods are "the MEDICINiES! . the money he got for drawing off from the Browu's name on each Shoc.. is, Mo., delivered three prohibi- Moore & Landrum. jbest." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when raco for jailer. Of course this was mere SEWING MACHINES tion lectures at tho Baptist church, ked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" idle jest, and it Is doing Mr. Taylor and Jtuclilcu's Arnlcii Halve.. this week, to largo audiences. IIo Wallace & Co's, Great Show. trail ace great injustice m t'lunnui; n fn I. a w .I.I x ma is u guuu way iui puupiu wiiu jvcui miurior guoua uuu wisu fl'n TT nA gpouB. is au earnest and forciblo speak auiro Mr. Taylor since withdrawing Uruifioa, Sores, Ulcers, Salt KheumfFei to4make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Among the has. I am sure, used his influence for no (TUfCB, 1.UIM3I, UUUl)l AlHIIUO, VIlllUia)0, er, and held his large audionco well interested each night. Ho ventures of tlio present season candidate in the race for jailer. In ofcon- Corns, ana all bkin Lruptior.s, nnaffpoi thc either TOILET ARTICLES argues his canso boldly, but with none, porhaps, fs moreworthy of clusion I will say, I believe unworthy act. tively cures 1'ilcs, or no pay rcquirehjjlt incapable of an l cvidont fuirucsB as between the conimondatory noticer ihan that of gentlemen Eespectfully, or money ro funded. Price 25 ccntiTper two great political parties of tho Wallace & Go's. GirciJS'anil Slona-gcriD. V. DICKINSON. &o., &o., l&o. box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDED3 is thc thing that tells, and which ia to bo4n Hickman, I propose to duplicate BSTLOW PRICES day. Fair niindod party men have f Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse. with first-cla- ss bo iasno or war with such mou as Ky., on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1SS5. IMPORTANT! Council Proceedings. undor-Btan- d and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you IfifTPrwcrip tions filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock F, Ker. Mr. Dooriug, as wo of Fulton, Certain his position, but for those know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't: it you want p. jrf Hickman, Ky., July 23, , 18S5. IDEISLOOKA.tI who rally to prohibition or any Tuesday, took tljp,, preliminary the test give me a call aud I will show you. Council met Present, Councilmen Bock AflncTftfV-- fnr Rrtlft nt lir rogidenaeo movement actuated only by stops beforo tho Fulton Circuit man, Case, DcUow, French and Ilamage. ther jjiamona oewmg iuacuine, me am also agenc ior me ngut-runniMcQEHEE. Ifnot ijld the late their hato to tho Democracy, there Court to enjoiu tho collection of On motion, Councilman French was call- privately.JNvO. R. Sept. 5th, 1885"willjbo ladies friend. Before to is couflict. Tuesday and Wednes- what is known as tho college tax edThethe chair. of the last meeting were sold publicly, on that day, to theJbigMt N. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du minutes gen day nights, Mrs. Simpson, of St. in the Fulton district. These bidder, tocellier with other Slock. farnJoe plicate ST 0 W PRICES.-- " read, approved and fligned. Customers politely served on short no- Louis, assisted Mr. Deoring, by tlomen will ficht tho collection of imolements, Black'Sinith Tools, Scflic. Accouaia allowed. across the street from lioicombe s new drug store. wm iicu. btore Toadtng several appropriate selec- said tax on tho grounds that tho The following accounts were presseented, Vnr nartloulnrs. annlv to Respectfully, Win. B. McGEIlEE, ? which wore well read aud election by which tho tax was vot- properly approved, and on motion, were tions, Caycc, Fulton County, bo- well received by tho audience. ed was illegally held, tho poll The old, popular and always reliable.Hardwarehouse of ordered paid : On Wednesday night Mrs. Simp- ing kept by an assistant to the J. Witting, Sundries S13 00 LOWER and LOWER? "WP 9 00 son received quite a number of regular clerk of tlio election, and G. M. Wilburn, dogs 4 AU kinds of Groceries liam8,'sides.&c names for tho organization of a other allecod irretrularities. It On motion, Council adjourned. as cheap as tho cheapest. I will nstobe K. E. MILLET, C C. who Attest, branch of tho Woman's Christian appears that any undersold. JOHN WlTTHfc. voted "for the tax" aro by their Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Temporauco Union in Hickman. voto estopped from any legal right which are offered at AUCTION! a'; f-- r.i lift J II y ELECTION NOTICE, y s'SSJ y to complain, but how tlio comji Wallace & Go's. Sliow Coming. plaints of those who voted against v XT o.l ct UrAVniv Q II. WILKKXSOX & CO., iiyiii71, nuj;mvi wru, 0,e, ail only in tho second tho tax will stand, is another ques- of Paducah, Ky., will offer for Kale to the oiecuon will no neia ai tne Although in thc city of Hickman, Ky., to e(eet a SUCCESSORS TO year of its existence, Wallace & tion. Judge Itobortson, of Afay-fiol- highest bidder, in Hickman, Ky., on City Marshal for the unexpired ternti)L T. to is tho attorney for tho comGo's. Great World's renagerio Aiipust 1, ISS3, Kntnrriuy. and that the-ver-y V. Wallace. lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranfeed 'Mf & T- - IP. aud International Circus has plainants, and Capt. Eandlo has a largo stock ot BUGGIES of all kinds. By order of thc City Council. 'St be exactly as represented. julyl7-2K.E. MILLET, fifo ' achieved a national reputation for been retained by tho college trusDEA-Ii-BrEt... jfr IN july3tdc ft presenting ouo of tho best shows tees. The college building is in canvas. It an unfinisHed condition, and it is DKUOS.MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. ver given under SGKOOL NOTICE. CuiinuiN.mouerN rVoliee I'anoy UUOUb. TOYS, and I'lUTUKES, JJituutiioio has, almost at a bound, como to a matter of regret that tho mudp Hitna tfvinDfTif WAfOnno (iitmi ADELLE ALLEN'S school will a.c.uuUo .....(, SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, aiciinn M. front as ono of tho leading ex- dle has grown up. the MISS 1st Mondav in September, iu late of O. D. Clark, deceased, arefBotifiC(l AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. hibitions of tho country. Tho perwhich she will be assisted by Miss Mattie hereby to present the same to nie,n3;aB WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. formances in the ring aro second Ellison. Will be glad to receive all of her tcr Commissioner, at my office iiiljjcj. The best roof for tho least money. Experienced workmen employed. Lost, Lost, on befort the to uone, and tho Menagerie is A GOLD PEN,, with Pearl handle. In il,A old pupils, and any others desiring to at man, properly proved,18S5,oror theTj"jn3rd R. L. MOORE can be found at Dr. FA RIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore 4 sTIttattention of builders especially desired as this house will give spe- tend. Parents who xntenu Miiumg cuu Monday iu August, ,0 Laudrum's. among tho bost traveling. Thc City of Hickman. The finder will lm flrirrnctinnfirnpn Solicited. 7?nl inntnmnnD ,:n ntMCiii.l iliom if imssib!i. on barrtd. . .1 wBk' UMUICIUCUUI rN in Hickman, Ky irally rewarded by delivering same til.. akow is to exhibit I GEORGE WARRBSTC be at the ihe owning day of school. There will aft liKEVAJblU.; J . A. SiPEOIAX-Coijuiku Office. . Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1885. Mastee CoMMiKag juuslc taught in cunnection with the sctiool. LOQAL NEWS. J ! "taiat 3fca To Cash -- .,........, 1'"" Jj " y ffl-- I w u i u . i- -i WAtcli-Bwke- r, rHfJ A - " i V -- -- M NV nnMPT.TM17.NTS 35S-rare-- frr fiiar Watch-make- r. w mm xaCJ t ir-nT--- mh ... v, bo-sid- es n ... cv-c- EL S O c Bros. dfeCo s- f v - si-to- s. 3 - THE kh TH3 BSST r-y- s. ??, n Ti 'S' tt WW, -- o -- . IN TONE IN TOUCH IN FINISH ZE la All OTHEBS I ALEXA AS EYBB MAXWELL, o in hHM Ii riAli nii: - ljr u.u .... w. mm$ as ao. Earaburg Embroideries, Ter i-- Jfr.-- H I hm M Ss h, -- Butts and Sorows, Hails, ii 'jrari! SL3ki-- m , W yim J. is-mu- w E TIN J. AMBBEG'S 1 -- COEMAN J. W. COWGHiL, en-tir- e HUGS, Trusses HOME i?A.iisrTS vm-crwi- se. W T - nian-ysmuseme- nt - GX i-- o, met tax-paye- rs ii ng REI.IABI.E. ROOFING. ww.-.7t. 5. ss tax-paye- rs lyfaTaa I i m A&0RU1 COMPANY. "r-ital- l d. 3P,IOES 3 inORTUOSrE S w - JM1F PHESCRIPTIOlSrS Y. OJ f. ?-- - - jfe i,.-- i , - ' I t i , ESj ?<o&&&2&!,mg3Z$&A BauBJKkUaiifiiiMH3 f 3 t&- f; ft V' - .. .t XSouac.l r A I'roiitliim Tor Cltllitrcii. k(.uiu.n4iui; itt;rucr mt ppc::s-aucu- . S Anybody who supposes it is all It is said that diminishing feto Hk r.imw.r.iai.j S Drtuoit, Julyf 21. the accompanidignity and docorum at tho White II opsins VU.LK, July 24Rxows cundity is one of of a high civilV Ilcndricftsaud Congressman House, snyr, a letter writer in the i!J ments aud signs FAKHIOnr.tBTjR Holina:i. wiih their wives, aro in Memphis Avalanche, is liable to has just reached here of ajfcrrible isationand the steady lowering Democratic Nomination. tho city on iheir'way to Bayfield, find himself mistaken if ho hap- munlcm few miles southwest of of the rate of natural increase in OAST THEIR SHADOW BEFORE. Cadiz, a small FPU STATU TUKASUltEK, Wisconsin. I'ho pens to spend much of his time miles from U isinland towiltcnty the French population seems to Evening rily. on Wednes- point in that direction. The slow was intcrviewor?by C2k cm tfZli; this homo of the Chief .MaJournal reportcrtaml, :iftcr warm- about of tho Nation. It would day night. John McKiiht left ginw th of population in that conn-u- , gistrate SHOP Xnrth "Wwt corner of Moscovr -ly eulogizing Gw- - Cnuit, was probably shock a good many peo- his resilience admit S o'ujM; that tB FRANKLIN COUNTY. m Troy Avfuucs Knt Ilickniao, K"y , in comparison with its neighnight for the puipobc ofjKfffcimois-inasked : dSSTSai Mfnctinn guarunteed. has convinced the governboth in this country and elsea physician to utieiffijjrfe sick bors that something is wrong,and TimoR finys that April. .Io you anticipate '.'y contest ple, Thk Columbus anment where, to hear of riomo of the boy, about lour oariM!fiP Ho curiouo measure has been adop t hie fall bclwcoiiltlic PresUleiit and 9 Dr. Lamlrtiin, the Kopiiblictm tics that are cut in and about this took tho shortest i(fulp'oiiisr a establishment when circumstan through bis orchard. VMJjSWjibout ted to remedy it tho ofier of a cnmlulatc for tho Sen- the Senate?'' rrohlbition "I don't care lo say much about THE piemiumto every seventh child quite BARTER GR0CERY- ate lu tins District only lust No- that. I had thought that tho Re- ces permit. It would bo of the twenty yards from hisSffigjfao he in a family. The buih appropriawees tar Bin m bbb ui bb wi iv shocking probably to think was fired upon by niagJTcd men, ted is Ismail only $80,000 and vember votel for illuhio ami publican Senators would recog- great East Room, with all its M. MOKTOOMEHYt MR. J. his friends and the public that who were concealed to How thin the nize the result of the last election St. John. being turned into a bi- tree. When found bHnuhan oak this, in a population of 30,000,000, ELEPHANTS, he bus opened a new and fresh supply of tho people's libofiv was disguise is. They arc not so much as tho cxpreiySou of government, cycle h:dl or to see marbles or riddled with buckshotaijgjtapor-tioi- shows how scarco sovonth chilall kinds of Paxilt Grocmiks, whiob ho HORSES, i dren aro in Franco. will for a chik"0 of will sell as low as the lowest. He Is reaCAMELS, for prohibition, they are not so and, coiiBcqucntlv,of the ofllcials." copper pitching carried on at tho of his skull gouMbfefchad CLIMAX OF ALL! dy at all times to exchange Groceries at DONKEYP, very door of tho Presidential ?2o0 and a lino goldfwTuchuit much for Fox, but they arc simply cash prices for Buiter.Eggs, Chickens, tr "Thou you hold that in general mansion. Yet LIOS, sights are any kind of marketing that the farming FUN! TIGERS, tho Democratic party. it is their duty to confirm all nom- not unknown to those whose du- Ids person, but .the Jnuruorprs Proclxiniittlon by llio liovornor against thoso TIIEFHOLICI friends may bring in. The highest bu HYENAS, wero not bent un'on rontjerypns inations!" Ask any ket price always paid. ties call thorn to tho White House nothing was gone. Thjjafniir is Thf Qmnowtalth of Kentucky: To the LEOPARDS, WONDERS WEIRD J. M. MONTOOMERT & BRO. if he voted for St. "Yes. sir. twiait: but I know often. SlfrtiTs of Fulton, JJieVmau ami Cratti BUFFALOES, M& jh 'jjgg fraWffi in asMcKnight the President line's not anticipate DOGS, Counties Only a couple of days ago ouo shrouded mystery, thaft county. why not? John! If not OP acquiescence in all his selections, of tho officials of that establish- was a stningerin MONKEYS, it h:w thia day bctn tnivlc opposition." No ono can advance alflioary u known for tin- first lime, to the undenin-ul- . inc., Etc, ETC. and expects some ment was observed onjoying a O L D OCKASl WILD BEASTS IN 'M&&WMSL and Tnrc State Board of Equaliza that the Hon C M. Ynnghan, late Was tho Roach laiiuro precip- - game of marbles with a small boy to the cause oflhis ussassiiuntion. VIVID GROUPS. ?" in the General AfveniM) rtir.Kcntiiix Tho most romarkahlo part of tion, tho Board of Railroad Com- itated by Governmental action & "I don't know, but J shouldn't on tho tilod iloor of tho vestibule tno municr is mat several particB of MiM Commonwealth, the Senntorinl the Commissioner missioners, and through District comjoetl of the counties ftforc callers pass on think an iu&viutial of his finan- their waywhich all from tho Presi- on entering tho hous with-th- e KENTUCKY STREET, in Haiti, linn depnrtctl thin life, and that of Agricultnre, cost tlio people of cial standingrt-oiiu- l to and :: bo so serious11 body found MoKuight's tfifo aud conscquenee of his deatb, a vacancy constantly o& hand foj fclr Kentucky a snug little sum each ly affected bTtuH j but it's not a dent's oflice and that of his sec child missing and on KEEPS sale in tho office of Senator for biiid Dis retary, it is not a very uncom the pillow-casdo 1 quesuon to comtuana year, and what good do they ajfd b'ftl clothes. trict: Ihese aro tlierctore JIOR8ES, BUGGIES and HACKS. '"" AND GRAH9 MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL. K ' tiJ T"est'on " "ght. mon thing to sec members of tho Three "Vincho8tofrifle?itid two you, the paid Sheriffs, to chum; an electiou Having purchased the table, haisefl Can any one toll 1 We don't know liehl t the various voting and entiro outfit of W. D. Plumoe r ,,ot riS,lt for tno Secretary press, assisted by sonfo of tiro atSmitlitSfWesson to I'C respective counties ticeordin?plnccs in Will Exhibit at Hickman, Ky., Wednesday, August 12, 1885. 5$ to Iw, how tho candidates for tho Scn-at- It w'a' thpso vessels which did taches of tho White House, enyour 100 Exponents of Att Science and Ilumtri' A Tribe of Lariat Throwing Indians. 12 we propose to continue the ba&ins&i, nati pistols on tho mantelpj&o and al- on the 1st Monday in August, 18S5, for to in the delightful aud highly gaged solicit patronage or Lower House, stand on , of Soul so a kit of burglar toete were con- the ji'irjKwe of chooaing ft Pcnntor for said Clowns of nil nations. G Band DATE, Entrancing Music. uft. meet tho requirements of the DAY AND AUGUST 12tb.-- t these or any other questions, but joutract. I don't know what See- - intellectual pastime of pitching cealed in tho cellar bqucath tho 1intrict to fill tho vacancy caused by the rotary v hitnoy knows about u, coppers or quarters at ono of tho flooring. McKnight vras evident- death of naid C. M. Vaughan as all ro they should speak out. W. DIESTELBMNK you ehall in iloor of but tho Attorney ueucrars opin- cracks in tho stonemain door. the ly an outlaw aud hadcommitted and that in no tdoing statutes in such case a the tpecta conform broad porch of tho B. E. MILLET. E. CASE. great criino for which TnERE is much talk of tho out- ion should govorn in that matter." Local tradition tolls us how, somo was sought andlho was as- xnado and nrovided. tariff be touched upon "Will tho In testimony whereof I, J. Proctor laws in Bell, Breathitt, and -- tlier during the reign of Hayes, and sassinated. Knott, Governor of said Commonwealth, m by tho next Congress 1" counties of Eastern Kentucky, have caused tho great neal thereof to be "Yes, 1 think it will bo ; that is, perhaps at other times the East was utilized by some hereunto affixed at Frankfort, thi9 25th Room or belonging to Democratic revenue reform will bo considerThe Tornniloeswf 1854. dav Of July. 18S5. Tyro spaoe to name all article, tWlB pro- ambitions students of tho bicycle, This is all ed. No radical measures for factions. J. PHOCTOR KXOTT. Washington, Jufc 21. 'ine 11 irounie to snow tfooda. jection on frco trado will roceivo who found, on tho soft Axnunster signal Service ofilco hs published Dy tho Governor humbug, they aro violators of andome and see, at the corner oi Troy "j. A." McKknzic. Secretory ot Slate. great attention, bnt there will carpet, a tolerably soft place to a number of papers ofctho tornaAnd Moscow Avenue. East Hlckmrn, Ey law, and should bo spokou of and jvny fall, and in tho privacy of the 11. M. ilcCAHTY, Am'i Secretary. IJy be such a revision of certain parts does which occurrediduriug tho room an opportunity to dealt with as such. of the present tariff regulations closedobservation nntil the art of vcar 1881. They ropfft tho numas is conceded by all grades of vjyious States ber of storms In the public or private record opinion to be necessary at pres- riding and mounting had been as follows: in tho 38; South Georgia Chapter 27. "of James Y. Tate, thoro has nov-o- r ent. I do not anticipato that the jrainod. Carolina, 22; Alabama 18; North AM ACT fur fclnp tho ti.o of Jho fopK; of boon a chargo of anything reneral commercial interests of Democrats After the Rascals. Carolina, 12; Kansas, 12; Iowa, 10; thi ColninouUli tu t!n inxcaiilty ami H. C. lo amend country will bo affected by ofCBllliiR n Wiscousin, 10; Dakota, 8; Ken- - i'oniitilution. nnJ to Couvrutlim tlio i.nmlrrr Il.' wrong. Ho is tho only Dqmocrat-i- o tho outcome of the legislation." From of c.rta!n (DAVIS' OLD STAMD.) tho ; .uisbiati'i", i .o, 3;, iwrfuur rutlUrJ to vut for llrprrviitatlvr oat All kinds of candidate thorefore lot every was any such Ad- lucKy, Tho final decision of the He doniod thoro 5; Indiana, 4; Ohio, Wiikrkas, oxperienco haa pointed man who is a Democrat voto for stampede for oflico as some papers ministration that tho leases to cat- New York, Minucsscta, 3; Penn-s- j tho necessity of amending the ConstituSTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Missouri, 3; s tlo syndicates in tho Indian Terriexpediency of claim, mid assertod that tho him. 2; Arkansas! 2; Nebras- tion, and tho necessity and tho; purpose j Ivania, touec, ai bat usually kepi la were modcrato in their tory must bo vacated as illegal, ka, 2; Colorado, 2; Tennessee, 2; calling ft Convention for om prices. therefore, must bo Illinois, 1; Indiana Territory, 1; and that tho cattlo-meMen who voto for prohibition requests. Be if tnacltd tjr fA General Atitnlly 0 F.KlfCY CAXD1E3, 7 BASS ousted, is probably the beginning Louisiana, 1. the Commonwealth of Kentucky: candidates only because they of an inquisition into tho crooked observations are, J 1. That nt the next General Election PICZIJI? Tho following The President's Rest. hate the democrats, do not do tho ness of ono of tho most corrupt also made: Tho rotarj; movement hold for Representatives to tbo Ocncral CRAXBimRlBS, UOMlXYi GEJJS tho sevduty of cause of prohibition, or temper- jci! to departments of lato Republican of in Assembly, it shall be tho Officers tbo Elecof JJuly 20. The Governments. The investigation 0G tho whirling tornado cloud is Sheriff and other Washington, ance, any good, but an absolute casos reported asagaiust tho eral to open poll fortnkiuR tho sonsoof President has mado a chaugo in of Secretary Teller's dealings in hands of a clock, andp Ceases aB tion people asa to calling a Convention to Injury. his plans for a summer vacation. Western lands will bo no doubt probably moving with the hands tho Hugar, Coffees, Soaps, tJfcr, amend tho Constitution, and mako a rewill not visit intensely interesting. quito likely Toller for the Electrical discharges turn to the Secretary of State, those enfor pro- It isAdirondack8 ho ARE you for prohibition of a clock. CSyWillnotbe undersold, ALSO KEEPS until the middle tho timo being, of tho names of all tho lease of 4,000,000 acres Will pay full price for Butte, Eggs, $9 hibition's sake, or to aid tho Re- of Angnst, and then remain away of Choyenno and Arrapahoo In- uere observed in 80 cases as votca for Representatives who titled lo in tho clouds 'surrounding havo votod for calling such Convention. honestly for from Washington through tho dian lands, for instance, to the publican party! If tho tornado cloud; that is, in the I 2. That for any failuro to perform tho prohibition, why did you abuse month of September. It was his "Standard Cattlo Company," a clouds near the horizon; and in duties proscribed in tho first 6ccilon of intcution to lea vo tho White House subdivision of tho Standard Oil 27 cases as occurring in the fun- this act, every Sheriff or other returning St. John so, last year ? (AW Railroad next Saturday evening for New Company, though all leases or nel cloud. The width of tho path officer, shall be liable to n fine of six hun(Hickman, Ky., Ollnton Str.) dred dollars to be rcoorcrcd by indictment York, but the death of Gen. Grant sales of Indian lands by Indians of destruction anpupBOd to introduced caused him to chango his mind, to white nny Court having Stilson Untchins has of tho Grand Jury S tho distance between the jurisdiction, and iftll also upon convicliquor law in aud ho will thus bo enabled to legalized sottlers aro void unless a novel by Congress. Of these subject to removal from office. tho New Hampshire legislature givcalittlo more time to public lands 3,000,000 acres aro leased at areas of sonsihlo wiiuls on the two tion 3beThat it shall bo tho duty of the tornadolloud varied I any of the ot tno It provides for who licensepresent mattcra. . During next week ho the rato of 2 cents per aero por sides casos from 70 & 5,280 feot, Officers of said Election to propound to in shall qualified voter question : "Do you vote visitors outside annum. The general manager of the02 will not receive averago being l37 feet. The every votera the & CONFECTIONERIES. Convention, or not?" And to authorities of his town ot city of tlio Cabinet Ministers and bu- this company is breathing defianco for calling petition to that effect, sighed reau chiefs, and there aro numbers against the Government, rcljing length of tho toruade's track, as if such voter shall answer in theasaffirma a MANUFACTURERS OF voting reported in 37 c$cg, varied uthis name Bhall bo recorded kvin..nmioritV OI- UIO quaiiucu ... - ofUjvvuortant matterstpuoseiueu on the theorv ;. that resorved risrhts from 2 to 130 miloLUie averago tive Btid Convention. for vnu Ot 1US lown orraijy.11.. aim Ors 3twrtm.u.Ases8orifcarojlrborcby rev'caccnlcaMnra7mbll!3"comi name and addresses of tho sign- city. Among other problems Is pany in consequence of its bcinjr CJB 33 .A. quired lo enroll, in a cblumti whtctrcacn license is that of a fixed policy for the proers being given. The In Ttis SoKl';. shall open in his Assessor's book for that placed in possession by an official purpose, tho namo of all cltlieua having to bo good for two years, and tho tection and support of tho Indi- of the Government fully empower- rsio Two Zlact'H . A Georgia colored mnn recently the right to voto for UcjtrcBcntatives for fee to bo $1,000 in every city and ans. It may bo deemed judicious ed to act in such matters. This inhabitants, to transfer them to the War De person, probably, has not hoard of returned from Libom tella an At- the vcar 1885. But said Assessors shall every town of 5,000 i 11 not enroll in such column the name of 1 USA LEU J.V $700 in towns of from 4,000 to partment. , There is no question Attorney General Garland's dict- lanta Constitution reporter that auy person unless they shall at tho time $G00 in towns he has had enough of Liberia, llo know that ho is entitled to voto for Rep5,000 inhabitants, that the President is very much um on the Eoach contracts. Thcro of from 3,000 to 4,000, and 6100 nlnnsed with tho result of Gen. is no matter of doubt at least that has no desire to return and will resentatives of said election; aud such Fam ihj Groceries bo founded less for each 1,000 decrease in Klinriiljrn'R trin to the SCC110 OU the "Standard Cattlo Company," spend the rest of his life in tho knowledge shall acquaintance only upon of tho AXD ALSO. Tho climnto of Li- (1) tbo personal United population. trouble with the Cheycnucs. He and others of liko pretensions, beria Is States.and salubrious, the or C2) sufficient information obNet", Seine?, Line?, Hook, and'allkind mild strong measures will bo compelled to evacuate by him directly from the person of Wishing Tackle and Supplier, at a bar soil rich and productive, the fruits tained name is enrolled; or (3) a satisfacThe English language is now is eonvincod that whoso xm any weight in dealing gniw. Groceries and Family Supplies gea o2 easome 500,000 alone have spoken by all but abundant and good and living tory statement, under oath, from other This matter ernlly. ho prefers to credible persons who know tho facts Change in New England. persons in the with tho aborigines. tho President sy, but for all this of the 37,000,000 will bo settled by to the qualification of such voter. British Islands, by 53,000,000 out during next weok at ono of tho Tho steady decay of agriculture live in Georgia. Anv Assessor enrolling in said column This reminds us that tho pre- any name, without such knowledge or inof tho 56,000,000 inhabitants of the Cabinet meotiugs. HOW TO SVE JJONEY in New England is a phenomenon of deporting formation, shall bo deemed guilty of a United States, by 4,000,000 perwill be few important of- that causes anxiety and forebod- posterous chimora There sons in Canada, 3,000,000 in Aus- fices filled before tho President ing to Now England public mon. the negroes of this country to misdemeanor, and fined in a sura not loss Wo are Wholesale Headquarters for al persons in tho grades of tralia, 1,700,000 somo distant land which once actu- than twenty nor more than filly dollars goes away, a3 ho considers that Not that tho process is attonded ally received favors at the hands for each and every namo thus improperly "West IndioR, and perhaps by country for by any loss of wealth. On necessities CHEW!N,SM!HUOSAGC(dC!SAE may be rocovered in in India and tho other tho prcsont havoof the met. There contrary, it is accompanied bythe of American statesmen is now enrolled, which fineJurisdiction, and shall an been nny Court having tho and will job to dealers only at Faotory British Colonies. This brings up will consequently be no hasto in incrcaseed development of manu- completely exploded. So cminont be for the benefit of tho common schools. prices; alo the tho total to 100,000,000, which can this matter. It has boon agreod factures which brings augmented a man as Mr. Clay headod tho Said Assessors shall bo governed In all DEALER I colonizing thorn on cases by the laws then in force to prevent of not be verv far from tho truth goes to wealth. New England is increas movement for tho h Scotch s:d Serior Scotch Mt ot Atnca, ami bo em- illegal voting. Said column, written in tho aBSortion that tho English lan- that, when to President attend tno urant, oo ing largely m wcami, out tuis is the coast shrewd a man as Presi- a fair and legibla manner, shall bo JSow YorK AND Dl-STi- i, the best in the market. We also keej DBDfS, MEDICINES, TAITS guage will eventually become tho will probably bo ac- attonded by a steady and alarm- inent and with said Assessor's book, to the constantly on hand a choice eelectlvo Medium of conversation through- soquies, ho dent Lincoln entertained the pro Auditor, who shall mako out a copy of of companied by all the members of ing decrease in its old native stock out the civilized world. anil deposit tho same in tho of people. The character of the ject of sending them to Central said columns Secretary of Slate, to bo reJ&MLJ c: Cabinet. his FAMILY GROCERIES, office of the population is changing, and chang- .tunonca. CONFECTIONERIES. ported by him lo tho noxt General Assem- ter PRESCRIPTIONS COMPbUNDDl OAR 3 Ftf t Federal Judgeships AND FRUITS, ing so fast as to mako it clear that bly. Sonic Troublesome JIatters in two generations more, perhaps An. Illinois Lynching. Vacant. which we will will very low for the duly of each As5. It shall be tho Settled. call and see us. for tho year 1886, bofore in ono, tho old New England will FhlldllilTims Washington Letter. Cairo, 111., July 20 This morn-in- c sessor In office ontered upon the Uutles or adopted have passed into history forever. shall have McDonThe measures promptly The visit of FtKUJA fc DcBOW. at 1 o'clock forty masked men ho to go before the Judge of the ald to Washington revives tho by tho administration to put an The decay of agriculture drives appeared at tho roand City jail, his office,Court and mako tho following Special rfstlce rumor that he iB to Bucccod Mr. end to tho complicated and troub- tho youth of tho native stock and laying hold of tho jailer, held County 1 do solemnly swear, that I will Bradley on the bonch of lesome disputes that have harass abroad, and foreigners come in to him and domauded the keys. Ho oath: For Stale; Senator. tho numbor of perAll persons Indebted to tho firm of Bon Justice faithfully ascertain H. A.&E- - T. TYLER, durant & Drewry, will please come forward Ul We aro authorised to announce JACOB the United States Supremo Court ed tho region in eluding tho Indian tako thoir placo and usurp their refused to givo thein up, when the sons qualified to vote for Representatives ni an eariy uay, anu maso peiuemeni. . district for which I havo been WHITE, of Hickman county, as a candiATTORNEYS AT LAW, before the 1st of January next. territory, Southern Kansas and historic and ancestral homesteads. crowd went to work on tho jail In. the the year 1885, and Texas, will com- The Boston Avortiscr saj's: door. After half an hour's hard chosen Assessor for the same In the book date lo represent the counties of Hickman, HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY. Oflice nt k. Collins drug Btoro Alexander, ft Mr. Justice Bradley reached tho Northwestern a Maxwell's old stand. & counties in tho State will carefully report Fulton and irf age of seventy at which Justices mand general approval. Thoy aro "Cheap transportation and organ- - work tho locks on tho outer and returned by mo as Assessor of tax by Senate, to fill Graves c BONDURANT DREWRY. ill the unexpired term of the to all buaineee entrusted attend uavo cancel tno young innor doors wcr? broken, and tho first day of May, 1SS6. may retire simple and wise: Hickman, Ky., Feb. 13, 1885. lzeu laoor f the Supremo Court late M. C. Vaughan. WILLtheir care. 1. Tho cattlo trail from Texas mon lrom their ancestral homos John Moppin, who shot his on the 4th of March last. He is J G. Said Asscssurs aro hereby required Office We are authorized to announce R. T. Furniture factory. on oath as to his right lo vote to and sont them to tho West and w expected to retire in the fall. northward is to be kopt froo Daniols, at lo examine nov8.'78 any person bf whose ALDRITTON as a oandidato to represent ' for Representative, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Chief Justice Waito will reach the all Southern cattle not infected to tho large centres of industry. Mounds Junction, was draggod right so to voto such Assessor has any Graves, Fulton and Hickman, in the SUte In many partB of this half dozon out and hanged totho first troo doubt whatover; and any ono thus exam- Senate. a?e of seventy on tho 20th of No- with disease. -- A.. The cattlo companies occu- of Now England States the trav- thoycamo to?!Fosr pistol balls ined, who shall knowingly swear falsoly 1886j Mr. Jnstico Miller 2. ONE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, about vember, Acres, Six Rooms, Two Cia? ho liable to all as to his said right, Bhall For the Leglalatare. on the 5th of April, 1880, and Mr. pying largo foncod areas of land eller will find farms clung to only wero then fired into his body. terns, Good Well, 'Spring, Stables, Orchard PHYSiCAN AND SURGEON, and penalties of the orim of &C Apply to Justice field ou the 4th of No- in tho Indian territory under un- by tho older people, who aro toWaro authorized to announce P. J There wore fonr guards at tho the pains and ovory shall GEO. N. HELM. or grazing li- day consuming tho savings of ear- jail. Two were hchl and tho oth- perjury; to the nameAssessor person write OLIVER as a candidate to represent Hick- HICKMAN, ' So President authorized leases, vember, 1S8G. thus KENTUCKY of each xaayll885-6- m Hickman, Ky. man and Fulton, in the next General, Astho Indians, aro ro- - lier life and eking out an existonco er two ran to tho JggJ! and rang opposito word "sworn." Cleveland will probably have four censes from sworn tho sembly of Kentucky, subject to the action 'vacanclo In tlio "United States qulrod toTBDatmon tnom in tony by tho scanty yield of tho soil." tho 7. It shall bo the duty cf the SecretaA laro crowd rushftFFERS his Professional Services to , of the Democratic party. tho oltixcne of Hickman and vicinity. HICKMAN MARBLE WORK S Banreme Court to fill bofore his days ed to tho jail, and arrived just as ry of Stato to havo thiB act advertised In Wo aro authorised to announce J. F. JanI0-'8- 0 a. Tkn ifivoimos ana Aram- - Statement Nliowlnsr tlio AssckbciI 'nl- tho lynchers wero leaving for tho each county of tho Commonwealth for no or AH l'roperly In tlio Follow. sm expire. ?&j an a candidato to represent four weeks, nearly or next preceding the in 1880 mul 1880. been nnmborod, and imoo h woods. Thomeitalked freely, election, and in ono of the daily papers RENNICK Fultou counties in the LowHickman and HICKMAN, KY. nrn nidiT,i t nmnoraiilv nnder the but none wero rccgnizcd. Thoy of the City of Louisville for thirty days er Houso of the next General Asaembly of ReMiitorlal Election. 1885. 1880. to bo C. L. were orderly, but liucli agitated, immediately prior thereto; and in every Kentucky. supervision of tho army, FKAKKFOET, KY., July 2o, 1SS5. ,bo5,48l some trembling 2,100,077 ? JEIx kopt there tilL thoy shall havo be- Ballard, Ho they could county said Secretary shall causo to be U.135,610 1,857,272 door a copy of To W. A. Shuck. SheriffI come quiot, whon thoy will bo re- Calloway, posted at tho ATTORNEY Ar LAW ForUallor. 1,900,110 1,545,125 scarcely hold'theirpistols. This is said Bill, printed in hand bill form, for had no notice of Senator Vaugh-an'- s manded to tho control of tho de- Fulton, DEALBB is 4,142,C07 3,258,049 tho second time thejdoor of this at least four consccutivo wceka beforo We are authorized to announce W. T. Saj&T Graves, death until I received your partment of tho interior. 1,949,350 1,620,591 jail has beenf broken - down, tho such election. tho office of Hickman, KIMBRO, as a candidate for Agent Italian and American Mabbli letter 1,492,846 other caso being 1,559,917 I have issued writ These effective measures, which Livingston, 1,351,829 8. Tho Publio Trinlor Is hereby Jailer of Fnlton county. Eleotion in Au- Collector, Real Estate tie lynching of 1,215,505 f election for first Monday in tho government seems determined Marshall, fivo hundred copies of gust. to print negro no war ut wayears ago. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND QBAYI 3,798,800 tuo August. Give notice accordingly. resolutely to dhforce, will restore McCrackcn 4,040,405 tho Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Scotions of HICKMAN, KY. We arc authorized to announce THOS STONES. this act, and deliver them to tho Soorcta-rJ. Peoctor Knott. quiet to that part of tho country Train Slit lato. V. WALLACE, as a candidate for the 310,002,732 $19,179,920 W& Will attend promptly to all busl of State, whose duty it shall bo lo office of County. EleoJailer of Fulton rtlccston Argtu. The proclamation of tho Gov- and prevent tho outbreak to which negs entrusted him in Southnestcra TTAVINQ recoived a fine lot of Amer 1I? trnnsmit them to tho various County tion in August next. .. ican and Italian Marble, I am pr w.ii?llv- - fondinc. Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee A fow nights ngoas ft freight Clerks; and it shall be the duty of such ernor ordering said election will Stnto Equullzntlou, l&SS. given to the investiga pared to fill all orders . Call and eza in tho We are authorized to announoe JAMES Result Specialnttention train was Hearing tho tunnel be- Clerks to place them promptly be fonnd elsewhere in this issue. TERSOKALTY ur work. IANDS. for tho tween hero and Dawson, somo un- hands of each Assessor of taxcounties. F. BUSH ART as a canbibato for the office tion of Land titles, and the purchase Golsgio Bnt IOOO Frcnclimon. Orders from the country promptly ItNrill be seen that ShoriiT Shuck's of Jailer of Fulton county. Election in Bale of Real Estate. fjan8 year 1885, in their respective , known parties shotpat the caboose a e"3 21. Intolligencc duly of the Tublio August next. It shall nlso bo the letter brought the order just in London. July a brakeman, who wa acting con- Printer to print five thousand copies of received from West annotnee JACOB "Vc are authorized ductor pro. tern., afd shivered his this act upon a separate sheet, and deliver SILVERTOOTII as ato candidato for the 2, the nick of time, otherwise tho AfrieTtbat the King of Dahomey, Saddlery aijd Harness 2iJ lantern, which waslitling hy his them to the Secretary of State, who shall oflico of Jailer of Fulton county. n election might havo gono by do. with isany followers, on Slay 10th, Ballard, 3 19 to the County Clerks of 25cts Lower than the Lowes 48 side, into atoms. $ft seems that a forward tho samo 1st Monday in August next. 23 maafiVraid on tho villages under Calloway, fctlt. tho various counties in such numbera as 21 short while before feme cattlo had Freucli protection, near Porto at least two copies of said not I have no olerk oxponssB no store rea Fulton, PLUMMER & FARR1SS 20 IS been killed on tho road near that to provide each voting precinct; and said Clerks troops indulgod in Grave;?, and pay cash for all my Groceries, 8ad for CoL James W. Tate is running IS place; it is suppose 26 NOTICE. ELECTION ofthoinhabi-tantsTnthis is shall deliver the same to tho Sheriffs or can sell as cheap as th cheap Hickman, that m a pemocratic candidate for Wholesale massacres G 23 (Jac7:son St., opposite Courier Office, hercforo brands of Wittenberg anS I Livinpton, the means, the owners havo adopt- otherofficers acting in placo thereof; and st. Best 23 burned all their 2 s. pursuance of an order mado nt the Treasurer, and is tho only candithan the - - - KY. tho duty of such Sheriff or Marshall, UICKitAN, tar Flour, 25 cents cheaper WITTING. w ed to get ovon. ?nii. that wo it shall be to post one copy of said act 21 14 July term of the Fulton County Court, date appealing solely to that parJOHN Ono thousand mon and JlcCracken u could bo instrument in teaching other officer place for four weeks prior lb85, 1 will open and hold an election at WELL selected Block of Saddles and ty. Judge Pox, his opponent, is youths were captured and carried nt each voting voting precincts, in thin, (FulQJcn that they Harness. Now work made to order. to said election, and another copy at somo tho several Ky.,) on Monday, he 3rd day Tho Bepublican journals aro such uncivilized the candidate of the Prohibition- backlsto Dahomey to bo sacrificton county, naid prorlaco EETHE'S SALOON, is being supported al- - ed auho Cannibal Island feasts. still talking about tho disastrous slionld placo thoiriaims in the other 8tiilablo public failing in discharge of August. 1885, to elect a Jailer to Gil the Prompt attention given to ists, and to hands of tho prorwr authorities duct; and any Officer office by thedoath failure of JRoach, the aioet solidly by tho .Republican It E 1' A R JT G not repair toftiiiq mode of the duties prescribed in this act, shall be vacancy caused fa same will open and peoA MEASAST JtESORT. rty. twenty dollars, to or R. F. Thomasson ; also, with These papers would havo the to and fined for each failure JO T.imlsov in a talk 5 to elect of any kind. He lias secured the services rightning thoir District No country is going BEER tntashiugton correspondent of ple think tho of this small break endangering thowrojgs,of which is bo recovered in any Court having juris- hold an election In District, made vacant of that well known and excellent work- FRESHTobacco, constantly on tap. Ca Constable in Raid Hve tho inno- diction. of the best The Governor of IvansaB has gavo tho ro- - ruin becauso Henry Cannon. Thi3 man, Uncle Bob Farrira, which of itself is lears and tnrlTeiiiiijr Times by tho resignation of ratronagc solicited. ship building in tho cent employees. T& latter mo do 2 0. This act shall tako effect from its July 20, 1885. SHUCK, good and faithful work. a guarautcc of W. A. a proclamation prohibiting !!". understand mat no is a aud that DOT passage. apr'2-... i Sheriff Fulton County. UlniAO the driving of infections cattlo Porito lor vue IT.. I...1 wjiaiuo States will never be heard of lias tno appearanc?0f January 10, ISSi. Approved umiw late through any portion of the State. again. US HlOKMiS CQUSIEB. Pumping theYico-President- - Ft::: nt t&e Whit --. . T7 Vice-Preside- nt SpocUUh-jmlc- l. Si mm Vice-Frcsidc- nt JAMES W. BOOsIorftMiIBE g WALLACE S & GO'S. I u . gor-geousnes- s, ngn-ins- t WmWfMtfS' Ks39filSC!k4naa.TI!E jESijH so-calle- d Kcpublican-Prolnliitionis- t, . Whei-cfio- , - Svii-sto- r. mffsH sale ex-ix- fj blood-stauis cu, mm ?a.i o in, livery stable Faris Pakkeb, s, silver-mounte- d o, 1 a-c- ufore-mid- , re-von- Family Groceries. Ro-public- CASE & MILLET, cs-cap- o Iamily Grocery JUDGE,1 firrei-eta- ptn-- Conricr-Juurn- oflico-socker- KENTUCKY. e n C. HANCOCK, XIXCZ-XBAA- T, Courltr-Jimrn- 1 ton K'JOlif Oc-curi- DOORS, SASH &c. 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