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EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. b2'v3sx.oies, leiter-hsadb- ; S. . GEO ROB WARREN, Editor. PRICE r OF SUBSCRIPTION, '- ': ' i 81.50. r :ESI&BBISHET)ilS5$ i- Tlio Oldest Newspaper i" wostorn JXentuclry. sixl-heatj- s. I2TTriT-A.TI02S3T- HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, THE FUNERAL. VOL. XX- .THEIR Tl ffluUILF. .4M , ETC., BXa CURRENT 'TOPICS. HF ' mgUlll!l't.JU SPUMtr f"itgCTyrtKa :,..tnn. f h fnnrl nmonl to'csffroffflselarge-TOlumof watsryTtnO mn.K-n'Aifrom ttio City Hall church. windj vhicluiad feeep )pwing steadily siotfwlll' h to. Fifty-nintstreet, and. then dismo t'usi, ciiaagcu anjuuu w " band. Only twenty-sb- t hogs were expdrfed lrom will civic division The from Now York during the month of June. nnrt.h nnrl tlrnvA tho waters of thelako UP. comprise nil part of the river, and renderd'tho sewers Xt,tQ procession whlch'-is-t- that follow the catathe Theno is the name, of the newly ap- citv entirelv uselffltst Bvefr basement' of . falque. General McMahon, commanding pointed Chinese minister to the "United a depth of over ten feet has three feet of that division, is in communication with The amount of General Aspinw nil, and concurs iu this arwater dn It States. damage done to property is very great. rangement. The military division, com2Corth-weIs re- - Grtui distress The heat crop of the among the poor has prising ported damaged by the recent Storms and been -- caused by the floods. Hundreds ot oecond the regular troops, tho First and Brigades of the National- Guanl of families have been compelled to uTove'theu the State of Xew York, and other organhousehbld effects out of the basements into izations carrying arms and preceding tho Modjxska is said to be at work upon p. the pounug rain and to,seek shelter among will Polish translation of Shakespeare, to which neighbors. The loss to the largo mercan- .catafalque, except the escort proper, dismarch on after tho civic division has establishments in. the business portion banded. will devote teveral years... tile she "When procession the but cannot "at the Boulevard Itis said thatrtherearemorefenralephy-- otthe city will be very, heavy, fire engines arrives division will separate theon miliMany be estimated tary tho sicians practicing in Philadelphia than in havo.be.Jn engaged during the evening in right and left hand, nnd the any other city of theJJpied States. t pumping the water outof iho flooded baseescort, with the catafalque, will pass ments of wholesale houses. Thoinost through the lines thus formed to Itiversjde TnE brains of battle slaughtered of tho city, which is Park and to tho tomb. The military divisell for two dollars per pound, arid are located iu tho basement, corner Madison sion will served uj in restaurants as"a tFrench- - dish. end Clark streets, was completely flooded the escort disband at the Boulevard after and the Tho base- through the lines. catafalque have passed andtheplaco.hadto4bo,closed. These wicked Londoners nudge each ment of the Chicago' block e The other and snicker when they read that Al- was flooded, the boilers and ongino sub- music, step will ho in common time to slow ordinafuneral bert Edward has stopped his Tall Mall Ga- merged and the four elevators brought to rily in and not in funerals. step as military military The . ' n standstill. Several, State street houses division will probably not reverse arms. zette. .'"-"-Co., no"William F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill,"" is have'suffered severely. Leo & Gossage, On approaching Riverside Park the miliforty-threy ears old and- - has--, a.fortuue tions; Lvons & Ileitz, organs;dry goods, tary escort will receive tho order to reversa goods, and Marshal Field, arms. that will probably reach tho 000,000 dry among tho losers. are standard.. p. A Chicago Hotel Taken In. The Debt Statement. Pall Mall -is pronounced as if spelled v Chicago, July 31. Mrs. Salm, the Pell Mell. The- Englishhave ibme queer "Washington, D. C, August 1. The fol- Cattio Queen of Houston, Texas, methods of pronunciation, and this U one Jowing is the4 public debt statement for the and incidental ownpr of four large cattle of the queerest. . month of Julyr ranches, 125 000 head of stock and diaInterest-bcarindebt Ax undertaker in Richmond,! Mo.,,, is Bonds at 44 per cent.. ..?....S, 2SO.COO.000 00 monds to tho value of 70,000, who has sacrificing hfcTbusinlss instincts Konds nt 4 per cenL... WT.'BS.WO 00 been attracting considerable attention here by jumping. intoaTiver andsayng a boy. Bonds at 3 per cen- trlM,lWiOq Utile past week, hns departed from the .t.. srVM),?), from drowning. rPalmer House. She left that hotel H.CO0.0CX) Pension Kirnxl at 3 perck months left in which Xaw It 11 bonds at 6 per cU ,eBMB 0J leaving behiud her the alleged valuable Pacfilc There aro still two collection of jewels and her trunk as colcholera niaytako" root'and'grow in the Principal . aggregat.$160,776,112 00 lateral for nn unpaid board-bi- ll tho 1st of Octo- interest- Uni ted StatesNot before They included nn alleged diavi ing CVJ , and a silber will it be wise to rejoice. necklace, pearl Total ?13,U5 09 mondspoon with an alleged diamond in the ver A New Hampshire girl wanted' tb bo Debt on which interest has bowl. Their value, ns estimated by a jewceased since maturity ' married in a cave, but as thero was no 54,014,455 38 eler, amounted to $1S, the most valuable Principal cave within .fifty miles ofjiomobe finally 2J5oi5 D article being the silver spoon. ............... ...... consented to have tho knot tied down cellar. Intercst. 440,SU $ Total Riel Convicted and Sentenced. Since the outbreak. of cholera in Spain, I Debt bcarinp no Interest notes 35,"S5S,t01 0) it is estimated; that there "have beon oyer; 'Old dero'd & Winnipeg, Man., August 1. The jury in J1.4J1.00J (0 twelve thousand deaths from the disease. Certlfleates ot deposit 12t2S,00O(B the Riel trial were out about thirty minGold ccrtitloatcs Tho suffering in rural Spain is utes. They returned a verdict of guilty. Silver certlncate4 . ' r Prae'al currency. los f875,SCM ' ' i they C.0CI.1M fii At 3:40 p. m. the jury sent word that otinJiited lost or destroyed.. had agreed on a verdict. Kiel at once "Wrrnivnii hour after the marriage cere-- ....... .. C07,2S1,3K knelt and began praying earnestly. The mony of Princess Beatrice a tumultuous Principal principal.. 1.67J,071.iC7 H Total debt, crowd entered the church and tripprl it of Interest. 8,7fAS333 jury filed in soon afterward and announced a verdict of guilty. Kiel, to tho surits decorations. The police were power, prise of all presant, did not utter -- vi, Total less. Less cash items avauaDic.?iure02J5r337 'tavorci, and seemed nnmoveii. Jiuige Wiggins' has qnit predicting the weathreduction or inc uoui .mjp Inter in the day sentenced Kiel reserve Held foxeTo&T.... JOO,OOO,00O M rarSi3OTehtnemne1!jnBni'to1ch"erlihih'b. er. HesaysTlf he hits it nobody will give Less of UnltedS- Uon of reprieve from tho Queen. $ 300,230,307 S3 hope nrST him credit and if h'a jnisses everybody is Before sentence was pronounced Riel to convict him of being an un- - .oJrJIebt les available cash anxious .. l.EM.ft.M2ril 04 made a two hours' speech upon the troubles Items ramus, . Net cash InTrcasury 44,0i,tt 35 of ISfeo and the present d Cxecu grievDebt less cash in Treasury Auances. He received his sentence calmly. The Paris Figaro statoIo to erect a "i. gust L1&3 fMTBnKO 00 tors of .Victor HBesaneon, his births Debt less cash in Treasury July 1. IKS 1,48534,149 C5 statue o the jg pantheon a tomb worthy Curious Case of Hydrophobia. Decrease of debt during tho place, an!t AeaA. Washinoton, July 31. A curious caso of month as shown by this statement.. ,6ej,7l 9C hydrophobia is under the observation of Wen wlio pay Uxes on the high Qah In Treasury available the physicians here. A young man was for of personal property in TJold reduction of tho debt ' est assessed value held for gold certificates bitten by n dog, in the wrist, oight years rntRritain ore iica actually outstanding 123.2s4,000 00 ago. A few dnys ago his hand became 14,000,000, and Baron Silver held for,Ellvor .cortifl. 0S,872J0S CO drawn, the fingers being much contracted. cates actually outstanding.. SonemothscluldSOOO. Shortly afterward ho was attacked-witCnited States notts'held for certificates of deposit actualspasms, which have occurred at intervals ? London has pily 31,420,000 00 since. During them he gives unmistakable the House of Commons, Cashoutstanding .V. held for matured debt nented signs of suffering from hydrophobia, and it graying for the and Interest unpaid . 6,frl7,ft3 02 is feared he cannot recover, although the sicned by Q0O Pers0DS JJCA 1 spasms the English criminal. Fractional currency are not so frequout nor of so long , . t. duration as at first. Total available for reduo- ""wUl."B B'"" lion of the debt explorer of. Africa,beinga $2003079 83 Stan j.tno up in 5ew Orleanss'ervea r Reserve fund rt The Funeral Services. it cast Held for redemption of United Welsh ie Confederate army, then in, 12, the States notes, Mount McGhegop., 3f . Y., July 31. The first b 38SJ... 100,000.000 00 . irmy, and so into tne riew Yorlc programme of the funeral exercises to be Unavailable for reduction of .. Ai'aervico, whro;he" performed his held here on Tuesday morning has been antbodebt: 5 . .Fractional silver coin 25r3,030 23- - nounced. Tho services will begin at 10 yi woVkt .muurcum.,.. ........... ........ JyjT.wS; IK o'clock with the reading of the Ninetieth jt he wire cable'of the 'Brooklyn liridge, jf nearly 'two yeafa' use, has been stretched Total $ 26,212,002 25 Psalm, to lie followed by a short prayer by Certificates held as cash Is-so as to lengthen it about one and a half used but not. outstanding.. ... 57,923,300 00 Bishop M. L. Harris, of the Met'hodist per cent. The cable shows but little si&ns.! NetTbash balance on hand.... .... 44,052,153 35 Episcopal Church ot 2few York City. . . ... Hymn "My Faith Looks Up to Thee." oi wear, and itrtiUclieved tnajtit wm last .Discourse by Dr. Sewman. ''Nearer, My Total cash in Treasury as for twojyears-inore.God, to Thee," sung by nil present. Tho shovn by Treasurer's A tbain moving thirty-fiv- e miles an hour. if......... $4S8,41S,71043 benediction will then bo pronounced. clears fifty feet In one second, or quicker An Agricultural Station. Poisoned by a Rattlesnake. than a man coi track. P.asto WUsniNOTON, August 2. An aci IcUltu- - L Wheeling, W. Ya this itenfinyonr hat; stop to read "it' beAugust 2. Mrs. fore Sttemptffig "to cross a railroad track Tol station has recently been established at Harriet Maloney, wife of a farmer of Min while a train is in" close1 proximity; Aurora, HI., in connection with tiie en- - eral County, while gathering berries, sucAx attache ot the Austrian mission def LtomblogicadiYJson Of'theDepartment of ceeded in securing alive in a small hollow lights Washington society by appearing in jxgifuiuiure, i iur. Mteison v. jucLiane nas log two rattlesnakes and carried them a buff suit in tho morning, a slate colored ben nppolntedtq tike chargo of the station .home. In attempting to transfer them to a one in the afternoon, and a white onb in the and.Prof.l)ileyt has instructed him to pay cage she was bitten by the larger of tho two one with eight rattles in the pulse of evening, wearing an immense' English cloth" particular attention to, the following the left wrist. Her left arm and sido rapTo hat to match, and being followed by a bull- rmestlcation secure the introduction anddo- - idly swelled np and becanfe discolored as of such races of lees as are re far down as the hip. She suffered the most dog in harmony with suit and hat. ported to possess desirable traits and char excruciating pain, and it is boliered sbo Omrtrait of Grant's has, sincehis death, acteristics, to test the claims of such can not recover. been frequently referred to in deserved races of bees as toxcellence and to prove by experiments their value to the terms of praised frills was hiS almost Coal Discovered in Texas. agriculturalists of the United States, and justice, amounting ,to generosity, their adaDtation to our: climate and honev- Lampasas, Tex., August 2. There is toward his subordinates. He gave them t producing flora; make experiments in the great excitement here over the discovery of full measure of .credit; never 'claimed "for crossing nnd mingling ox races; and by a large and apparently Inexhaustible bed proper application of the laws of breedftirr himself what Ihey accomplished. of bitumiuous coal, within three miles of endeavor td"secm-- e tho type or types English ironmonger died recently aunuu-- uv iinuii. ana constitution in test the city limits. Samples taken from the As th from the effects of a sting of a.bee. While I uses of practical in the United vein sfiow a fine quality of jcoal, equal, if walking in his garden a bee stung him on estates; to raaKO experiments! in the not superior to thelndfan Territorv article. capitalists have althe neck, which commencetlswelling short- methods of artificial fertilization; also to A syndicate of local lan1, and will begin test the varldus the of prennrfnrly jafterwardarid, tobtwithstanding nilat ,bees for winter; to methods statistics con - ready purchased an extensive scale, with a gather developing it on medical advice was called and several doc- cerning tne Industryfintnel view to supplying all Western Texas. tors subsequently attended him, ho con- United States; to make experiments with tinued to get worso'and a fort- and observations concerning varieties of Two Aeronauts Fall Twelve Hundred Feet. g pinnts lor bee forage-tnight, after a great deal of suffering. CniCAGO, August 2. At Cheltenham study the true cause or causes of disThk .best prescriptions foibeaUhand eases yet imperfectly understood, anS X6 Beach, last night, W. L. Smith and A. L. comfort against not weather are plenty of obtain incontestible results by intelligent Talbot ascended in two balloons for a race .scientific exercise and perspiration, hearty food and experiments uponbees, undermethods'as to in mfd-alWhen n height of about twelve the capacity of sfeep and good circumstances, to injure fruit exceptional hundred feet bad been reached the mapure water, and the sound J. '.,to set digestion whichjiealthy Jxnlily fatigue will at rest the question of bees chines collapsed. Talbot came down with bis wreck comparatively uninjured, but secure. "A man who tries those remedies vs. .fruit. Smith felL the whole distance, striking will Hot seed jtqbojher .his heqd ab?ut some telegraph wires before reaching the Playing With a Pistol. er "keeping cool." Nshtille, Tkxk., August 2. About 10 earth. He still lives, but will die. During the last quarter,' endingMarch 1, o'clock this morning Miss Mollie Majors Old Experiment, With the Usual Result. &sa,ineans.ofsuJcJde, intho United Statest, and Miss Emma Riser-founa'pistol twder the,p"b3tol wa8tllaino3t attractive, method,, Wheeling, W. Va., August 2. Ida, the pillow of one of the gentleman roomers 127 cases of shooting.befn'g reportod.. The' at Mr. Majors' residence, While playing daughter of Samuel Lark, B. & 0. brake-magiven to with the weapon"3Hss Majors accldeBtally living at Ridgeville, Mineral County, Bext highest figure, eighty-twot'' to tbcrepe, Poison took seventy-eigh- t, the discharged it; the bullet entering the right tried the old scheme of using keroseneoilside of Miss Kiser's neck, inflicting a start a fire, with the usual result. The 'knife fifty-onand the cold water . serjous, but not can exploded with great force, and the girl of others departed by , was so severely burned that it is impossiroutes. ble for her to live. Ridding a Church of the Fleas. yid Gamble, of Emmittsburg, Md., Quttman, Ga., August 2. The colored Death of "Mr. Spoopendyke." waTo4 df ad, in bis coffin Afew. church just out of town was destroyed by New YonK, July 31. Stanley Huntley, R)rty years ago he mado'aedf-fi,- i fire last night. Tk6 members were preparing for a big mooting and endeavoring1 to a popular write-- for the pre3s. and author which e slept every sight taUure, gjk novel bed was chosen, without get rid of the fleas. They put pine and straw of the "Spoopendyke Papers." died last he said, as a consent reminder that death is always under the church and set them on fire, thus night, at his residence, on West Forty-fift- h f near. street. getting rid of both church and fleas. AcCokorNVto a':Troy paper a man lirfng Moral Corruption in Glasgow. nesr a raUroim Ifew York uas Uught Surgeon General Wales Sentenced. his dog to batk loudly at every passing Glasgow, July 31. At a meeting hero Washington, July 31. The findings of y trate, with tWteult.thataha firemen hurl th naval court martial t before the Provost of Glasgow declared, in chBHkSjPf cpalt the .dog, while passing. Wales was recently tried speaking of the revelations made by tho inquiries which had TheowBw Bots-Vall the coal neeaed were made public sVni Fall Mall Gazette, that The for his Own Ue. bnt Is now'thinklnVnf fences him to susponsion from court . been made show that there prevailed in rank minor a system of tV?,-afoal-yrfor supplying--Jf his duty for four years on furlough pay, and Glasgowsimilar to that corruption ofGazette which tho r neighbors. 2 r w ituuu uu luwcumuuiuii ami nis grade females in London. Mxx about ..tabe hanged almost inva- during that period. Dr. Wales was tried disclosed riably eat a hearW breakfast on !tni last for culpable inefficiency in the performance Protection to Maidens. morning, and thoseNpho use tobacco al- ot duty and for neglect of duty. He wis . London, August 1. In the House of Com ways top off with a cigkr. A Philadelphia guilty on both charges. mons last ni; iht an amendment to the reporter, whose experience embraces Great Bicycle Feat bill providing for the flogging of executions, has observed that th Boston, July 31. Geo. W. Baker has ar- criminal convicted of outraging children, persons doomed men are always careful about their tttlire, and specially anxious about boinc rived in Boston from St Louis on his bicv- - was rejected 12." to HI. An amendment raising the age of protectionofgiriso sixwell shaved. . . :: :: it BUB w tuumvowmL itmj m A mtitmMk BmlRSZ. teen was earned by a vote of 170 to 7L -- . A Line of March w hlrh illl lio Ten Miles Gejterat Hazen embarked for Enrop'e Tho Moat Violent nnd. Protraotod July 30. Many Years. NEwTonK, July 31. beneral Lloyd An Ohio girl is wearing mourning for a " who,as General Hancock's senior faithful dog- 4 . : chargo of the formation of the The husband of Princess Bentricebas an Sotcu Inches of Knliifall and all the aid, has on column the day of General Grant's jlJascmonts .Full. immense moustache. t ' burial, the preparation of tho routes of Oct in California ladies hare men arinarch and the final disposition of the rested for staring at" them. Chicago, III., August 2. One of the column', appreciates the magnitude of his Vanderbilt's annual income; if, paid tin mostviolent, and prptracted task. At his he said y ''i-gold, would weigh'tcn'tons.' ? chich has visited Chicago in a number of that it was impossible as yet to guess at t, paper is dead, years prevailed here Boston's only Thevstorm the length of the column, because the mini- yafter an existence of began at five o'clock this morning. All day bers of the organizations and committees The bouse fn which Gen, Grant first saw long the rain 'bus feileij heavily Bnd inces? and dignitaries to take part are not known, the light had only twb windows. and no attempt has yet been made to classisantly, and at inidmht the down-po"' continues.' Iwfivb' o'clock this after, fy, pr arrange the heterogeneous orA coLOKTof 'five "hundred still ' ganizations. After considerinjr the fatisruo , is located in Southern Brazil. , . noon tho Clerk of theXjfniUd StotesSlgnal rcomequepf on a march of nearly fen miles, Minister Pendlstox, presided . at a Office announced 4thflJ jUJ.jatnfaJhaf iromttuot wiv xiati 10 jiannaitanvuie, ic five inches. Ten reached Grant memorial meeting! lu Berlin. has seemed wise not to make any attempt totnr iraai-fnl- l the t jfqr t(i inaivh bnrk is said that within twenty-fiv- e ,irtcbeg. pzlall or to anyin lino ftither to tho CltV years Iho davf It xcd1Mv .seven place to disband. More At twb o'clock this afternoon it was found over, with General Hancock's consent, all i JrY Ws wtU be a dead iansuiige. , ?.ota-Storaiin ll, ; "' - CHICAGO FLOODED. K'. ' L - UP IN A BALLOON. DUastroiiA Kxpcrience of Two Aeronauts Caught iu a Thunder crtorni. 7&TDESTRUCTIVE T0MAD0. d, - otxj aiii sxb xjim. v THE COMMONWEALTH. LenUvillo Leaf Tobacco Market. The market at times has shown symptoms of advancing, but no rise over th figures of last week can be quoted as established. Medium leaf has had the precedence in competition among buyers, but low grade leaf and all grades of lugs have been brisk and firm throughout. Good and fine leaf is steady. Dark and heavy styles havo had a very limited display, and no new features have been developed in any particular. Lugs and leaf of all grades have sold at unchanged prices. Two or three large manufacturers who have either heen absent from the breaks, or havo been buying very sparingly, were active buyers. The condition nnd outlook of the crop are becoming less satisfactory under the influence of intensely hot weather. There havo been local showers" hero and there, but tho dryness of tho air and earth is exciting 'apprehension. Wo quote 18JU tobacco as follows'for full weight packages:. . Trash Common lugs Medium lugs. Good lugs Common leof Medium leaf Oood leaf Fancy leaf Mn. Dark and Wean. $3 7.va 4 Jrain-storr- as head-quarte- rs, to-da- one-cen- to-da- y. .flve'-year- nr o'clock-to-nigh- -- lvefl,e'4"r;nS5rtnt5;e ?&mtfrg73&?Ttoi .,!., & o j. st - popular- -restaurant New Haven, Conn., July 30. At Win-steConn., a balloon ascension was made yesterday afternoon by Professor Brooks and Frederick Moore, a wealthy manufacturer of the town. The balloon wa the largest used in the State. It was elgTity feet high and 120 feet in circumference, ami was calculated to have a lifting capacity of 1,,VX) pounds. Tho morning was fair, but just before the ropes which held tho big balloon to tho ground were cut, the clouds gathered and a heavy Shower was threatened. Brooks and Moore entered tho car and gave the won!. Tho cables were cast off. and instantly the big machine of silk and cordage sped up into the air like a rille bullet. The sizo of tho balloon and its light load, for others had been expected to join the party in the car, made its ascent unusuullv rapid. AH went well until the aeronauts bad reached an elovation of feet. Although they were above the clouds they were caught in the storm, which proved to 'bo tho heaviest experienced in that part of tho State for years. Becoming terrified by the lightning, thoy began to descend and" passed through tho cloud in safety, although tho balloon suffered from the heavv rain and tho gns had bogun to escape. When within 100 feet of tho ground the machine was rocking violently from sido to side. As they fell tho two men threw out sand bags, and losing too much ballast the balloon careened wildly. Tho gas escaped, tho car was overturned. Brooks and Moore lost their hold on tho slippery rail and fell headlong from the car. Tho crowds that had been cheering wildly a few moments before, stood out in tho pouring rain in their eagerness to see the descent and did their best to eatch the aeronauts as they fell. Brooks was picked up very badly hurt. Ho is expected to die. Moore's in juries are not serious. Both men had had considerable experience in ballooning. 2,-0- 00 Philadelphia .and Vicinity Suffer Heavily. ss A Number of People Killed and Woundcd-llundre- da or Houses Wrecked. K " noonfthe ejttWn shore of the Delnwan River, in thljnejghborhood of Gloucester. N. J?i was skjck by a tornado. The wind-storstruekjTup the Camden Bhore to 8 short distanee this side of Burlington, and then, crossSg the river proceeded on iti narrow coaife through tho farm lands oj Pennsylvania. The sight, witnessed from the buslnesifensea on Delaware avenue, was pr0SouKed'&ne of the most terrorizipp ever seen iafcfiWrt of the"1?OTintry. A fcta jfclond .'.like, a twtstlnp dense.l- - Philadelphia, August 3. This after Republican DUpH.Jto Vapor. ! Issue. About the Soothers great difficulty In Jgtompt of The tho manages of tho KojjlMidan party fther camto run it in tho next or paign upon tho Southeraigage isSU0 is their disposition to vajr about it. down any They find it impossible and propopositive, distinct mean- sition with tho slightest The Opera-hous- MIDNIGHT EXECUTION. Wagner, the Sl.ijer of IIU Itrother-In- l.iiw, Dragged tn the Callows, llegglng for UN Life. Columbus, O., July 31. 3 a. m. Valentino Wagner was banged nt 2:40 o'clock thismorning. He died without a struggle, his neck broken, and being pronounced dead by the physician in about two minutes, nis last hours were those of agony, siuco he took but little comfort iu anything, and kept a 8 ho constant moaning. About half-paslept a little, and after awakening, stient talking nearly his whole time incoherently with his son Frank, who him until after 1 o'clock. remained with His last religious consolation was given him about 1 o'clock by the Revs. Jacob Rothweiler and John G. Reiber, two German Lutheran ministers, who remained with him until his execution. At a quarter aftei 2 o'clock the persons who witnessed the hanging, nineteen in number, filed back to his cell, aud after Sheriff Dawson, of Morrow County, had read the death warrant, they proceeded immediately to carry out the sentence. When brought out of his cell he cried piteously not to hang bim, and when on the bcafTold it required three men to hold him up. Wagner murdered Daniel Shcehnn, his brother-in-lain Morrow County, DecemTho prisoner was about ber 18, . years of age. He has a wife and ten children. His father and mother are years respecliving, nged eighty-nin- e tively. st e, , , self-styl- ed jr j ". -. .- - KofudinB-certincatiatillpcrct- i to-da- v. $. ear-rin- 13 lojral-tend- er heart-rendin- g. .,...,J.. .... , lS-- fifty-sev- en ' '."ft4an THE RECORD LOWERED. aiIle"HT2l Cleveland, O., July 30. Maud S. renewed her claims to the title of Queen of to-d- MesaSLrrat a half-bree- lw oa THE-Salvatia "h,,j .. " .. the Turf at tho Glennville track a In the presence of over ten thousand nof pie the fleet littlo mnre trotted a mile over slow course in 2:083-4- . This beats her previous record bv a half a second, and is one second and a half faster than tho best mile ever trotted by any other horse. The' trial was for a cup, and the time goes on record. off Train Wrecked With Dynamite. Denver, Col., July 31. The incoming Leadvillo passenger train, due hero at half-panine o'clock tbi evening, exploded a dynamito cartridgo about two and a half miles south of tho city. The engine nnd tender were badly wrecked. Onolength of track was torn up. Tho passengers were uninjured. The explosion was distinctly heard a radius of ten miles. Popular belief is that the outrage was the work of strikers. A st sky discharged from tht water, ana Hying along in a northwesterly course, carried everything down before it The excursion steamer Major Reybold, on her way down tho river with about one hundred excursionists, was struck by the tornado just off Greenwich Point and wrecked in terrible manner. Tho tornado coming from the southeast struck her on the port sido. Sho careened heavily, and almost went on her beam ends. The passengers vcre thrown to the deck, and a terrible icono of confusion ensued. The port side cabin was torn to pieces, and tho flying timbers struck men and women down, and many were severely injured. Captain Eugene Reybold and Pilot Emory Townsend wero in the pilothouse, and when the full force of the wiud was blown struck tho boat tho off with the two men in it. Captain Reybold was picked up by the tug James, but Pilot Townsend was drowned. Twc others received fatal injuries. Tho vessel is a total wreck. The tornado struck three buildings of the Pennsylvania Saltworks, at Greenwich Point, unrootiug and otherwise, badly damaging them, and three men wero badly injured. Tho steamer Peerless, of the Gloucester ferry, was struck, and a part of her upper decks carried away, but no one was injured. In Camden, on tno Jersey side, and nt Kensington, in the northeastern section of the city on this side of the river, the damage by the cyclone Is very groat. It is estimated that one thousand houses in Camden and six hundred in Kensiugton were demolished or badly damaged. Tho dnmago to property can not lw estimated, but will probably reach $1,000,000. Five persons have been reported killed, and about one hundred injured, a number of whom cannot recover. Hundreds of families at Camden were rendered homeless, and one victim, Chas. Daizy, was killed outright at the Americas Dredging Company's wharf. Another, Harry Stevens, had his log cut off by a flying piece of timber, nnd will probably die. The path of the storm through Richmond wu marked with death and destruction. IU track was almost duo north from the Port Richmond coal wharves. About one hundred and fifty were wrecked or so badly damaged as to be rendered unlit for habitation, and two hundred families were driven from their homes, to be cared for by their neighbors. A number of people we're seriously and some fatally injured. A girl ot ten years, Lizzie McVegh, was killed at her home, 1722 .Melvln street, in ight ot her mother, who was herself pinned to tht floor by fallen rafters a few feet from bei dying child. The tornado lasted letween four and flvo minutes, and was marked w ith terrific puffs and roars. It is a singular fact that houses suffered tin toot- - Th- ratrM,. wjtu... ' he wj,i. greatest easo lT).i. der th cornice, lifted them artflougb they were sheets of paper. Thero wat hardly on instance where a mansard roofed building was wrecked. So great was the violence or tho wind that tht fronts and sides of houses and bnv win dows were mashed ns though Roofs were carried hundreds of yards away. Shade trees wero mowed down like platoons of soldiery on a batUo field Great, monster trees that had stood the 6torms of years wero uprooted or broken pilot-house egg-shel- TIKgii , Bitrtey. SO ...... .5 5 C 7 8 13 00 $ 3 7.va SVfc 4 75 i Xffib K 2.7 5 00ft 5 5 CO 75t 6 25 6 2M& 6 6 W& 7 50fa 7 00 SO 8 25 8 0OI0 50r310 50 12 50rl5 10 5028 004417 00 75 75 BO 25 H) 50 00 ls Hko pipe stems. Grant County, is dead, nged eighty-fiv- e years. A jealous young woman of Faducah, attempted suicide by inhaling a of chloroform. Her sweetheart revived her with a bucket of ico water, and now they are happy again. r.tiSi- ' In Green County tho jury in the case of Grayson Closo, charged with the murder of C. C. Morris, failed to agree. Joe Thornton, for tho killing of John Patton last winter, was sentenced to nine years in the penitentiary. At Nicholasville, Hornco Hudson was fined $25 and sentenced to ten days In jail for carrying concealed weapons and firing a revolver at High Bridge. There are over fifty Kentuckians applying for Consular places. J. & J. J. Lyddon, prominent stock farmers of Dnvies County, made an assignment. Their liabilities aro between $8,000 and 10,000. At Whitesburg, Letchor County, where Judgo Jackson is holding court, Samuel Holcomb nnd Wm. Holcomb were found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to ten and twenty-on- e years' imprisonment, respectively. The citizens of Owingsville have formed themselves into a Law and Order Association for tho avowed purpose of ridding the town of lewd women, to suppress the firing of pistols within the city limits, and the illicit sale of whisky. On a hot, sweltering day, in Louisville, a man incidentally remarked to a fat man on a street car, who was mopping his brow with his handkerchief, "Hot enough for you?" Tho man addressed questioned his right to speak to him as he had never been introduced. Tho man who spoke first mado some insulting remark, whereupon the fat man proceeded to sweep the car floor with him. Moral: Never ask senseless questions on a hot day. xowkau C70.?orcouiiviiie,wiii prooaDly get the contract for the iron work for the Library-rooin the wost wiug of the State, AVnr and Navy building. The Masonic Lodge at Lancaster will surrender its charter at tho meeting ot the Grand Lodge in October. The Gait House, at Morehead, tho scene of onoof the late battles in Rowan County, is perforated with five hundred bullet hnlf-ounco m niwTlliinron. Itrni. James Franks, of near Oak Grove, holes. h ; act-,ofJui- '' .. w- RiM's Conviction Assured. ........ jump-acros- ?; Regina, N. W. T., July 30. Riel's coun- ' m m ) Crown examined yesterday gavo most direct testimony against the prisoner. Twenty documents introduced by tho Crown were in Riel's handwriting, and all signed by him, directing and Indians to join tho rebels and raid tho forts aud stores. bnlf-brem sel have practically given up the fight, and will rest the entiro defense upon the plea of insanity. Tho eight witnesses for the Earthquakes. London, August 3. Dispatches from Tashkend, in Asiatic Russia, state that a great earthquako has visited that region. It damaged most of tho houses in the town of Bisheerzek, and ruined the cities of nnd Belvoodsk. In tho lntter place a church was shaken to frngments whilo it wns crowded with worshipers, alarge number of whom were killed. The earth opened in great fissures in Belvoodsk, nnd many people were swallowed up. Latet advices state that fifty-fopersons were killed aud sixty-foinjured. Shocks con tinue to be .felt, and tho inhabitants are panic stricken. Disastrous Su-lu- coal mines ago. They wero not missed until night, when nil tho prisoners wore mustered out. It was learned that they had climbed up an air-shaf- Eioht convicts, doing penal labor in tho at Kensee, escaped a few days t. k ur ur -- sub-jectf- e: ilj-soln- te I u bee-keepe- r's g' died-with- noney-proaucm- o rl ever-discuss- ed n, is e, forty-x.A-OHBj- fatal,-wound- mis-H"aBo- us ,t!,.X morn-iHgsaV- o; to-da- i to-da- y. d , -- -- m m twen-ty-o- ae r i: r:r i, .",to, w Viewing the Remains. Mt. McGregok, July 30. An opportunity was given to the people on Mt. McGregor to view the remains of General Grant, and during the three hours thnt tho privilege was extended, nearly everybody availed himself of it. Mrs. Grant, who has Fitzhugh Lee Appointed Aid. remained in the upper rooms of the cottago New York, August 3. General Hancock since the President's death, descended to the parlor, where sho viewed tho remains has appointed General Fitzhugh Leo as aid of her husband after they had been on the occasion of the ceremonies in conin tho casket. nection fccith tho obsequies of General Grant. Genoral Lee has accepted the Cholera. and says: "I accept the posiMadrid, July 31. The thunder storms tion, because by so doing I can testify my prevailing here are largely increasing the respect for the memory of. a great soldier, cholera mortality. There were 2,610 new ano'tnus return as far ns I can the generous feelings he has expressed toward the cases of cholera in the plague stricken district yesterday, and 1,089 deaths from the soldiers of the South." disease for same time. King Alfonsohas A Million Dollar Blaze. abandoned his intended visit to the Provinces of Basque, owing to tho prevalence of Toronto, Ont., AugiiBt 3. For cholera. loss of property the fire last night has probably never had unequal In Novel Suicide. this Sty!, Scores of vnluable craft of all y Georgetown, Col., July 31. grades Win. Neff, a form.er resident of St. Louis, sufferedwhich were moored along tho docks alike with foundrv, employed at the Telephone Mine, suicided elevator, boat houses,the fnctorv,impossible etc. It is in a most novel manner. Complaining of yet to estimato tho loss, but it will reach being ill Neff went to his cabin, laid down 1,000,000. on tho floor aud placed a stick of giant tiowder. with cap and fuse attached, under In Cholera's Grip. his head. Whilo in this position he lighted Madrid, August 3. In tho whole of tho fuse. The shot blew his head entirely Spain, on Saturday, thero were reported from his body. 3,820 new cases of cholera and 1,4C4 deaths Died in a Foreign Land. from that disease. The military Governor Washington, July 31. The Secretary of Granada has succumbed to the pestiof State received from Lima last evening a lence. Cholera is raging in the convict telegram announcing tho death of Lieu- settlement at Unrthapena 9 tenant Nye. naval attache to the American Fuegians (South America') nro Legation at that place. Tho Lieutenant tho lowest was instructed to accompany the remains existence human beings in the scale of Their language contains no Phelps to the'United States, of but before the date of departure he became word for any number above ihree; they ill, and died yesterday. No particulars are unable to distinguish one color from have been received. another; they have no religion and no funeral rites, and they possess neither An Escort. chief nor slave . Their only weapons New York, July 31. General J. B. are spears, and, as they Gordon, of Georgia, has written Mr. A. M. grow neither nor vegetables, aud Davis, of North Broadway, approving the their country fruits is naturally barren, they latter's project to form a battalion of as part of the funeral pro- are obliged to livo entirely on animal food. Even these savages possess, cession of Augusts. however, some social virtues. They aro not cannibals; they Lieutenants from Civil Life. neither WAsnivoTOK, Jul' 31. It is understood women nor tho old, and they are monothat the President within a few days will gamous. fill tho vacant Second Lieutenantcies exA Boston dressmaker stole sixteen isting in the line of the army from civil life. Thero will be ten vncancies after the yards of material in making up a dress, officers, who are now but tho jury disagreed in the face of being examined, shall have been assigned plain facts. They thought she was ento regiments. titled to perquisites and that the shears might have slipped a little. Boston Business Failures. New York, July 31. The business failures occuring throughout the country durThe new stono which has lately being the last seven days, as reported to come popular for jewelry purposes, Dun & Co., number for the United proves to bo States 178. and for Canr ' ; 23, or a total of and called tiger-ey201, as against 21."i last veek, and ' the merely petrified wood. It has a peculiar week previous to the last. dull lire, and shaded very curiously. m coin-posed Sleep Eating Watermelons. Memphis, Tenn., August a Early thit morning a negro named Alien Rogers wn found lying on his face dead beside tht railroad track near St. Elmo, a station or the Chesapeake, Ohio nnd South westerr Rond, a few miles north of the city. By his side was a sack filled with watermelons and it is supposed that ho was sitting on the track eating one of tho stolen fruit and fell asleep, when a passing train struck and killed him. Rogers bore the reputation of a tough citizen. He Went to -- The Kentucky fourth-clas- s postmasters appointed recently were Mrs. E.D. Hughes, Cuba, Graves County; Isaac Stephens, Ballard County; Z. T. Hayden, Golden Pond, Trigg County. TnE annual reunion of the First Kentucky Brigado, C. 8. A., known as "The Orphans," will be held nt Glasgow, August 10. Judge Makk Eddy, of Henry County, died a few. days ago at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville, from the effects of a surgical operation upon his throat. For many months ho has suffered from an unknown growth in his windpipo, which at times enlarged and almost cut off his breathing power, and it wns to relievo this that ho sought Dr. Reynolds. He was about forty years old, and well known as a lawyer and Mil-bur- n, jurist. Nicholas H. REScn, at Louisvillo for Italy and France, died in that city a few days since. He has held that position for a number of years. The record of arrest3 kept by Police Sergeant Sinkhorn shows that 874 pulls wero made in Louisville during July. Six Vice-Cons- ul r destruc-tivenessli- nd To-da- hundred and forty-nin- e of these were puro whisky nnd beer coses, twenty-nin- e for malicious cutting, eighteen for grand larceny, seventeen gambling, fourteen petit larceny, twenty-tw- o suspected felons, nine for robbery, two for murder and two accessories to murder. The others were for trifling offenses. Ttie barn of John Ross, jn Trimble County, wns burned by an incendiary. Loss, 58,000; insurance, $300. Rev. Dr. W. R. Davis (colored), pastor of the Zion Baptist Church, of Louisville, has resigned by request of his congregation, who complained that he did not preach loud enough, and did not raise them to that pitch of fervor which makes them so happy. Dr. Davis is a graduate of Harvard, and at ono time was President of tho Colored Kentucky State University. Burglars entered Marshall Ashby's 6toro, at Beech Grove, blew open tho sare and robbed it of tho contents, amounting to about $1,200. No clew. basket-meetin- m m --- The bone-point- ed ill-tre- at R-- e, g At a colored on Little Jordan, six miles from Carlisle, in a drunken brawl a few days since, Henry Potts shot Peto Harris twice once In tho bowels and once in the body, near tho right lung. Thero is no hop of his recovery. Also, at tho same place, in a fight, Lem Harris (brother of the negro who was shot) was severely cut about the face and body, and his skull badly mashed with a club. Potts has been arrested, but not tried. Several warrants were sworn out for the parties disturbing religious worship at night. On account of the extreme hot weather work had to bo suspended at the Cincinnati and Newport Iron and Pipe Foundry. The Cynthiana cattle market has been ruined by The daughter of W. R. Brown, Dayton, died a few days ago from the effects of a burn received. A farmer near Danville was attacked by an infuriated jack and so badly bitten that amputation of an arm was necessary. Mrs. La Fayette Wormodth, of Garrard County,gavo birth recently to triplets two girls and . boy Faith, Hope and Charity. The girls weighed six and a half pounds each and the boy five and a half pounds. free-for-a- ll pleuro-pneumon- ia. ld WtVMUV VBW. - tended to be, for the benefit of those who risked their lives for their country and not for the flock of harpies that had beon long fattening on tho soldiers' money. In the Land Office, Commissioner Sparks found an organized system of robbery which would have, in 'course of time, disposed of what was left of tho entire public domain to foreign corporations without any reference to the rights of honest settlors. In tho Agricultural Bureau, Commissioner Coleman was embarrassed by the discovery Siinnoso tho OVUS .SHfWToncs of that tne immaculate Dr. Lonng, his which 'they complain a&3 great and predecessor, had squandered all tho grievous, say, as burgiaqHs in Detroit appropriation in sorghum seed and and other cities, how diMfeey propose other useless materials. The Postmaster-General has succeeded in weeding to remedy it? t ' $' WolL says tho'Ciiwnna Commercial, out of his department professed partiono of tho most ardenf them, "wo sans who '."egarded their positions as the Fifteenth mere rewards for their services during think tho enforcomeat Ho has mado Amendment wouldjbcfce a Jioppful political campaigns. task, and it would sorfjppracticable such reduction its tho expenses of his frauds aro toJ3gJbJcareailieuTliR0tA whero office that P4r-rout-o tToriderad impossible fur, tho. future, and( thero has becunnVsstex.fcluaT'd'Ts franclnsement of aTrace m srae States instead ot dishonest postmasters ue wm of the majority of the pqoplo ly reason havo an efficient reliable working force-H- e has also effectually chockmated tho oi coior ana previous indition tl sev I schemes of those who hoped to draw a tude." But tho Fifteenth A: sndmenthas not mco sum from the .treasury in me been passed since tho lopublican party shpo of steamship mail subsidies. In Alje Treasury Department tho went out of power. I fwas in existence expenses has been most notaunder several Repa Ban Congresses has been given ana unuor rrcsidei I'Grnnt, Have. ble, and too, death-blofrauds and internal Garfield and Arthur. f tho Democrats to custom-hous- e revenue swindles. Thorough business won the last elcctio: by a mentof tno Fifteenth Amendment it was men havo replaced the professed polibecause Republican Presidents nnd Re- ticians of the Republican regime, and publican Congresses failed either from simpler and moro intelligible methods power or inclination to enforce it How of accounts havo been introduced. Tho can a new Republican President and a reforms which have taken place in the new Republican Concross do what Navy Department are of tho most comthrco or four previous Presidents and prehensive kind, and that they were Congresses havo repeatedly failed to sadly needed the Mare Island navy-yar- d and Dolphin scandals bear suffido? cient evidence. Tho Attorne3'-GonerUnder Republican Congresses and under Republican Presidents burglaries has disposed of tho unnecessary burhavo beon committed in Detroit. Theso dens in the shape of sinecures and usePresidents and Congresses havo been less offices with which the Republicans unable or unwilling to prevent them. had overloaded his department SecreBurglaries continue to bo committed tary Endicott rid tho capital of tho oung officers who considered that they under Cleveland's Administration. Actheir country in tho to the logic of tho irrcconcila-bl- o could best cording Republicans, a Republican Presi- capacity of escorts to ladies aud hangerdent and a Congress ought, tncrefore, s-on lia--in salons. The diplomatic servbeen raised to a standard ot to be elected. Then tho prevention of ice burglary "would be a hopeful task." efficiency by Secretary Bayard, and For there is just as much rcasou for made more serviceable and "practical. suppoainc that Loean would suppress Those who complain that tho work of burglary in 18S9 as for believing that reform has not been swift enough should bear in mind the vastness of the Hayes did it in 1879. Of course it will he said that burglary undertaking. The Democratic Adminis diflcrent from disfranchisement, be- istration ha had to deal with difficulcause ono is an offense against Stato ties which, at first sight, appeared inlaw, the other against a National law. surmountable, and it deserves tho highBut, even when that is admitted, the est praise for the amount of work it ha neglect of previous Republican Admin- accomplished in the short space of four istrations to treat disfranchisement dif- months. Tiie results of this work are ferent from burglary still remains to bo already apparent -- Albany Argus. explained. But so far as the fifteenth REPUBLICAN CHAFF. is concerned, is it very different in its nature? Mr. Cleveland Ilelislttint; Ills Friends and The Fifteenth Amendment relates to Confounding IIU Knemle. conduct of States in abridging or denyTho Republican loaders in tho caming tho right to vote to any citizen "on account of lis race, color or previous paign last fall uled as an argument condition of servitude." What State against Sir. Cleveland that his' lack ol does this? If anv State has dono so, experience in the affairs of state would under a Republican Administration, render him incapable of conducting tho why ha'? not that Administration en- government of 55,000,000 people. The forced tho amendment? If no State has candidate had never been to Washing- -l- oncso-inrw can tno Democrat rMf fit Vi i liYni ic Auministrntion eniorco Iwi mjJi j nient that ha?not been violated? How made a brief stay, his errand being cVa a Republican Administration to be solely ou business connected with a elected hereafter enforce an amend- law client The Republican politicians ment which has not been disobeyed but emphasised that fact and tried to make remains intact and undisputed? it appear to the thoughtless that a man If there aro any United States statutes unacquainted with the details of Washrelating to the violation of the elective ington political life would bo an easy franchise of citizens a Republican Ad- tool in the hands of sharp rascals. But ministration with all its officials have the use of such chaff but proved the loner been charged with the dnty of en- hopelessness of the Republican cause; forcing the severe penalties for their for Mr. Cleveland was known to tho violation. If they have not succeeded as a man of great insight into it is because they have not wanted to Imblic methods, and great experience thoy can not in the business of life. enforce them, or because Ho was known enforce them. Why should the Repub- moreover as a man of singular strength licans demand of a Democratic Admin- of character and unflagging energy. istration fulfillment of a task to which Ho has now occupied the White House tho Republican Administrations have four months, and tho changes he has been unequal. Why should they ask effected in that time prove that his that a.Democratic A'dministration give ability was not overrated by his party. placo to another Republican Adminis- Republican leaders who tried to dis- tration in ordor to attempt a task which his record and to belittle him was not fulfilled when tho Republicans Earago the masses now slink out oi had tho power and opportunity? sight Republican rule for nearly If tho National Government can not a qun-tn of a century had suppress the crime of d:sfranchiseniont disheartened the majority, who found any better than it can the crime of how hard it wis to overturn a ring that burglary, then it is plain that it makes had fastened itself by official machinery no diflerence, so far as either of those on the people. And with each Repubcrimos is concerned, whether a Repub- lican Administration fraud became moro lican or Democratic Administration is open and the spoils gang grew bolder. in power; and. therefore, it is as fair to On tho 4th of March President Clevesay and expect that the next Republican land entered upon tho discharge of Administration will "enforce tho Fif- public duties that presented obstacles teenth Amendment" in every way dif- almost insurmountable. But takinghold ferent from what it is now enforced, as of his work with characteristic vim, ho to say and expoct that it will enforce soon made his hand felt and ono by Detroit ono the rascals had to leave tho capital; tho laws against burglary. Free Press. one by one good men wero installed as . chiefs of bureaus and divisions. The red RETROSPECTIVE. tape introduced by tho Repub'icnns to The Good Work AcconipHhed by ttt Ad- h'de their corruption was cut and flung as!dc. and business methods were once ministration. Tho Democratic Administration is more to be used in the departments. His now over four months in office, and it Cabinet Secretaries, reformers like himself, proceeded at once to unearth Rehas already accomplished a vast amount publican fraud and corruption, and the of work, not the least being tho clear- Mare Navy Yard and the Dolphin scaning away tho debris of misgovernmont dals were brought to light The Pennnd corruption left in all the depart- sion frauds had beon enormous, and Commissioner the the ments by its predecessor. The expres- rolls newsoon as possible. purgedComTho as sion, "cleansing the .Augean stable," missioner of Agriculture entered upwhich was so frequently hoard during on his duties only to find that nearly all tho Presidential canvass, has proved to the money appropriated for the Bureau bo something more than a mere cam- had been squandered and stolen. The paign cry. The "stables" wero found becretary of the Ireasury has been busy tn lm fonler than even the most imagi with the work of reform since the day native Democrat orator pictured to ho took tho oath of office, and the his hearers, and the task of cleansing money he has saved tho Government them was one that would have daunted by dispensing with the supernumeraries le:s resolute men than those President left in his Department by the RepublicCleveland selected for his Cab net ans amounts already to a very largo They found the Government bo per- sum. Tho Postmaster-Generhas also meated with eviden'Ccs of swindling and made steady progress in weeding out corruption, that it seemed a hopeless his department Ho has reduced the task to attempt to reform it without ap- expenses of tho postal machinery, and plying heroic remedies. Nevertheless, has made Star-rourobbing impossitho President and his Cabinet did not ble. Those who complain that reform but applied them- was not swift enough must remember hesitate a moment selves to their great work of reform the difficulties with which the Demowith astonishing vigor and unremitting cratic Administration has to deal, and zeal. For a man who was contemptuousbear in mind tho vastness of the underly spoken of by tho Republicans, as taking. While the Administration has lackin" in experience and incapable of been imposed upon now and then, as conducting tho affairs of such a vast in tho caso of the partisan Collector for Government, President Cleveland has the Yorktown District, as a rule tho displayed marvelous ability, super- work of reform, as it progresses, is givhuman energy and an insight into ing pretty general satisfaction. Rich-human character and affairs of stato mond (Va.) Stale. which seems almost incredible. He found in Washington a RepublicThe question, "What is a Creole?" an ring, consolidated by years of is thus answered by a writer in the immova-Eland apparently Tribune:" "In the original The spoilsmen had become so New Yorkcolony there were six classes cofltinued immunity that Louisiana bold by long Creole, Indian, they stoutly resisted the application of viz: the European. complicated system of red Metis (offspring of white aBd Indian), reform. A (offspring of white and Indian), tape and complicated bookkeeping GriffeMulatto (offspring of white and to hide conniption and disrep- and served This system was African). Gradually, however, all nautable practices. came to be called Cre swept away at oaco from the depart- tive productions simpler and honester meth- ole, and so negroes born in Louisiana ments and ud which had were called Creoles to distinguish them ods substituted. concealed was unearthed, from those brougut from Africa. been so long and every office usderwent a thorough A primrose by any other name process of disinfection. The pension were eating away the would smell as sweet and so Huxley frauds, which very vitals of the Government, were re- has takeu the liberty of calling it "a moved from the rolls by General Black corollifloral dicotyldonous exogen." and the bureau gd what it waa in Chicago Inter Ocean, out vifas tojj Ik;ai w non-cniorc- e- al .1 i V . pent an-ame- nn-i '"TlT'-m-irr-- T ma cr wcll-nig- it! al te .. q e. i tJ: .A S tl m V jg-mmr- - fr.TncT-TV- T oay, AT- - jjmJHJIBBhb tB ESIhmf , v, j !&kbv if aj jftlMjJjMmiMBlBfcMuBUr JT . Sr6ssJsacsi . sswsas?i'""" ... . OPMmWMMW"" . " s re "?t' five-eighth- 3ST v, an'j' f i ,k 5 tion to tho thinness of 'Ue ropo about of which havo seen service at some timo drical arrangement at the side. a darkest crimes generally begin I ? being Seme Things Education Can't Reach. THE MISSING LINK A Daily Defalcation. to wuuuur at win over disobedient to their children. of an inch only- -in compar- or other. Tho butcher's knife, wo note, allowed The Hon. John Kelly, the head and front decidedly popular weapon. There tho board. .. bets boinsr madn o. "Disobedient parents are often the result ison with that at present used, which is is a ., - " .. . "There's some things," said a Broad- of Tammany Hall, a man of strict Integrin razors, all of iuu particular coior " in which IU Pictorial Solution of a Mysterious of indulgent children, who Intend it for the nearly or quite an inch in diametor. are also some early at his ty, an indefatigable GEORGE WAHRKN, Publisher. it good of their progenitors, but aro awaru, way policeman the other day as lie office, late to leave, so worker, with busiHe further points out that the rope i3 which have been U3ed in the commission will finally settle. Not far distant is a burdened Disappearance. too late, that it is not beneficent. Of course, mopped his brow carefully, ""which ness that regular meals wero seldom bundlo attempted KENTUCKY. much shorter than that now in use. of murders or that theymurders. It ers to of "flash" notes, used by sharp: : HICKMAN. tenparents havo their privileges, and do not makes me aro without simulate unbounded wealth, for is a curious fact Under tho old regime it was an oven feel as if there wasn't no use known by him, with mind in constant sion and energies steiuldy trained, finally ,' tho innocent the purpose of tho "confidence trick" Teutonic, Supplemented liy Canine, Sa- relish having them interfered with, but it aireadin edjercation chance whether tho criminal died by exception Is the duty ot eery conscientious child to and sich liko with broko down! gacity A Drcmii of Loto Kuilcly "Flash" differ strangling or by dislocation of tho neck; whiteness of bono or ivory being appar- aud similar frauds. The wonder is that he did not sion see that they do not assume too much aua lavish hand in this great country. ALTRUISM. Dissipated A Sad Awakening to uncongenial to tho niurdorous in- from "forged" notes, tho latter bein?: give way. An honest roan in all things whereas, by the present more merciful ently thority. Parents are naturally presuming, People's so infernally ignorant of com- else, he acted unfairly with his physical intended to bo actually passed as monev the Stern Idealities of Lire. A TALE. unless they are checked up onco in a while. mon things. "long drop," tho neck is invariably dis- stinct Xow Tstood on this cor- resources. He was ever drawing upon Mary, on her way How often do we see a home whero there attention is next directed to sun- and consequently made as like tho real Our located, and death i3 practically instanner about half an hour niro watchin' an this bank without over depositing a col'rom Singapore to Boston Bay, is no peace, no harmony and no love? Tho IN. Y. Graphic taneous. Together with the halter aro dry tin canisters, which prove to bo in- thing as possible. Tho flash note b a Had cloudless' skies and plorious went nor, umbrellar family tryinr to cross the lateral. The account overdrawn, the bank seen tho cordsnow replaced by a fernal machines. As a rulo, they look very rough affair, and only aims at simWith favoring; winds for days together; suspends and both are now in the hands o street" And overythlnjras ?olnir well. medical receivers. leather strap for pinioning the arms harmless enough, one even assuming ulating tho general appearance of a " hat kind of a familv?" When, near tho Cijpe, 't so befell It is not work that kills men. It is irregthe innocent semblanco of an ordinary genuine note. Tho specimens before us That, with M most decided shock, ' a of tl o condemned man, and the cap So "A nnrabrollar family. of habits Father, ularity good healthand mental worry. By tnioLovelj 3Iary struclCa rock. . a tall conical afiair like a larS cotton lump of coal. Tho imitation is so good aro headed "Bank of Engraving," and frets ot his work. mother an' a nice, large, fat, pious son. man in night-caand by when tho bank of vigor suspends, but of double material for that it in only on taking it in tho hand run: "I promise to engrave andprintln She sank; but as tho night was cloar, Even' one of them had a big new these moa will onder how it all hapon ucmauu ior tno sum 0f, drawing over his head at tho supremo that wo discover that tho supposed coal jouur-pros- s Tho ocean calm, au ?land near. an' they carried the umbrells open pened, and they will keep woudering till All who could Keep themselves afloat moment. These throitems, tho halter, Is in reality metau hollow, but of great ten pounds, in tho first style of the art to perfect thcirselves from the Min. The their dying day unless, perchance, soma With cask, spar, boat and substance. This singular or forfeit tho abovo sum. London 99 tho pinioning gear and the cap, consti- weight came to hand,) sun was shinin' at an angle of about candid physician or interested friend will iln short, whateverreached the land; by ouo April, 1840. For Solf & Co., 'Bank of off, and safoly tute the complete "hangman's kit article was brought to how forty-fiv- e degrees, but that bloomin' Ioint out to themeffort by irregularity, by Lea vine the gallant ship to sleep by constant worry mental Sergeant Bradshaw informs us. not with- Fraser Palmer, othorwiso Farrell, other- Engraving. J. Duck." There is the family insisted upon holdiu' its umbrells excessive by plunging in deeper than they deep. Beneath tho wares nine fathoms and fret wise "Warhawk," a man who had a customary "Ten" in largo Gothic letters out a touch of regret, that Mr. straight up in the air. They paraded up had a right to co, they have pioduced that Now, as it chanced, upon that ship, corner, and tho paper on paj'ing his last visit to the mania for warning our own and foreign in the Broadway three abreast with their big loss of nervous energy which almost inltcturnln? from an Kastcrn trip, of plots which in reality and printing of a genuine note aro imMuseum, promised to present to it tho Two scholars sailed, of great renown, umbrells an' three red mugs, which was variably expresst'3 itself in a deranged Jones, aud the yet more famous Brown; ad no existence savo in his own imag- itated with sufficient closeness to deceivi iuyw nnu drippm'wet The sun fell on them liko condition of the kidneys and liver, for it is n And when 'twas plain that naught could save Frederick nunu iue lunraereia Burke ination. He assertedthat this supposed an unwary observer who merely fact that tho poison which a Cavendish and Mr. soot Tho vessel from a watery grave. a furnace, but they stalked on on the the kianeys and liver should remove from were executed, but died without having pieco of coal, with others of tho sarao tho note in the hands of another p"eron As Fato or Chance would havo It, each sunny Side of the street until lost to the blood, if left therein, soon knocks tha Ksnicd within convenient reach kind, was intended to bo charged with Among curiosities of a different kind redeemed lus promise. view, tho' still to memory dear, an' I lifo out of. the strongest and most vigorous Something that both desired to own up of From tho appliances of the hangman, explosives, and mixed with tho genuine is an Egyptian couroasu, or oastinado, w hlch, 'tis known, A sez to myself, what's the good of edgur-katio- n man or woman. Daily building these vital organs by so wonderful ana Can nc cr be relied upon wo pass by an easy transition to tho coal in tho bunkers of somo doomed an article having tho appearanco offan after all?" Brooklyn Eagle. highly repnted a specific a3 Warner's safe To hold up safely core than one. last relics of tho late Mr. Charles Feaco, steamship, It is said that, in conse- ordinary walking-cane- , tapering Yet on this euro, 13 the only guarantee that our busiboth It is said to be of rhinoceros which rank among the chief lions of tho quence of his revolations, an examinaSeized In an instant, nothing loath: ness men can have that their strength will About Cellars. It Brown couldn't clasp And all of collection. Sergeant Bradshaw shows tion was made of tho whole of tho coal hide. Whatever tho material, it S of be equal to tho labors daily put upon Was quickly locked In Jones' grasp; us, handling them "tenderly as if ho in tho bunkers of tho late Czar's stoam-vacgreat weight and flexibility; and fhpn A cellar should be dry, light, nnd them. 4 And Jones" keen, determined oye Mr. Kelly has nervous dyspepsia, wa Livadia, thon lying at Glasgow, applied, alter tho mild Oriental fashion, lngrintresolvo was equaled by loved them' the workin tools of tho airy. If the boil is moist it should be learn, indicating, as wo have said, a breakTho stern, uncompromising frown venerable miscreant, the neat little but without result Sido by side with to the soles of tho victim's feet musTbo Upon tho lofty brow of Brown. drained all around the house by a deep down of nerve force. His case should be a tho gimlet, this last item is a far moro formidablo extremely persuasive. The specimen picklocks and skeleton-koywarning to others who, pursuing a liko trench at least two feet below the level course, will certainly reach a like result. Hut lest you think that selfish thought casing; tho looking affair. It is of small size, but before us had tho honor of being exhib muffled in an India-rubbIn those two noble bosoms wrought, , of the cellar floor. This drain should TJte Sunday Herald. handy little "jemmy;" the cruciblo for the solidity of its construction and tho ited during a recent debate in thoHousoi I wHl relate, from first to last, have a safe outlet The cellar should ThfiTilgb, heroic words that passed melting down his spoils; aadlast, but peculiarity of its shape a flattened ot Uommons. Hard by it lsnn ancient The eves of old age see best the dangerFrom Brown to Jones, and Jones to Brown, not least, his "ladder," a slffiplo wood- oval, tapering down at the oxtremity, watchman s rattio, with which a ' be not less than seven feet deep in the ous flaws of childhood. AT. Y. Post. niie uie cooa snip was going uown. tlio fuso is inserted indicate port performer, if allowed full opp small a whero en contrivance. foliUiJW-'2- j Dear Header, bear them well In mind. clear, find fho'lloor should bo covered Ihsy Va fH ti compass as to go hito an ordinary that special thought and ingenuity havo nity to use it, could mako a nolso auui Ana tiiinic more nooiy or your until "Throw rhylo to th"Doc with cement A wooden floor cannot atfwM?ffKw the it rfv. and yet. when extended, af- beon expended on its design. Even tho ble at nearly two hundred yards' Quoth Jones: "Dear Brown, pray do not hand-babe healthful. The walls should be laid when pill issort, and insist on blue mass, Uae using Dr. r, o most accomplished of criminals, As a matter of fact, however, it fording ample foothold for the think up with good lime mortar, thus prevent- Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," a TEMPTATION. 'TIS solflsh fear that makes mo shrink can not always be on his guard, was chiefly used to batter the head of of burgfersas ho is called, to "prince ing the entrance of vermin. There modern medical luxury, being small, up this wretched breath window. So and this deadly contrivance was inad- tho watchman himself, for which purclimb up to a d granules, containing the actTo save a fellow-mafrom doath. should bo windows on every side to let AKOUMEXTATIOX. I long to cry: 'Dear friend, oh taka original is the contriranco that until vertently loft in a tramcar. The con- pose it was groatly approved by the of Suspicious. in abundance of light and air, and the ive principleswill certain roots and herbs, Tills bo found to contain as for my sakoT and which Peace himself revealed its object, tho ductor was persuaded that his "fiud" malefactors of tho period. A similar But this, alasl I can not do: top of each window should reach near much cathartic power as any of the We think that tho negro called "Senator" police were quite atraJJo33 to imagino was an infernal machine of more than applianco in an improved form was I am not free, dear Brown, like you. indulgent kid allows not only his parents, to the ceiling to afford an easy outlet to larger pills, without the latter's Tow may enjoy tho bliss djvine its use. Here, too,aro the inventor's ordinarily diabolical character, and he used by tho police up to a recent date, In the followine anecdote was correct in his but his and relatives who tho air. The windows need not be large violent, drastic effects. The pellets operOf giving up your life for mino: suspicions, lie said to a friend: conveyed it with infinite precaution to but is now happily superseded by a powblue spectacles and his artliicial arm may be In the house, to havo their own way, ate thoroughly but harmlessly, establish3Jut ah rtis different with me' "Mistah Waggonah, I tink I smell one o and follow the dictates of their own foolish if thev are sufficient in number, and the ing a permanently- - healthy action of the the police, wh.o at first were of the samo erful whistle, which leaves the wearet a leather stump with a hook in it I havo a w ifo and children three; sills should be a foot above the ground stomach and bowels, and as an And, for their sake, 1 must control desires. The child who fails to keep a wprn for tho purpose, of disguise, tho opinion. Further investigation, how- full use of his hands for attack or do dem inlces." Tho geuerous impulse of my soul. remedy are unequaled. '' tight rein on the reckless parent is, Pooner outside. Areas around the windows "You think you smell a mouse, real arm lying snugly within tho coat. ever, satisfied them that the supposed fense, and can be heard for nearly Yet trust mo. Brown, most willingly, m or later, sure to have his gray hairs, if he are objectionable as they admit the handhaving so long kept explosivo was merely a model, artisticXay, with unfeigned alacrity. The secret of Feaco of a mile. Hero, also, aro "Yes, sail. I done b'liove I smell a mice, lives long enough, brought down in sorrow dampest air which floats upon the surA humorist doesn't writ for money but This llferpreserver I'd resign, "out of the'hands of the,, police is that ally cast in lead, of a new design for cuffs of various dates and construction, Wore- my case yours, or your caso minor--' "just for the fun of it." sah." to the cemetery. Parents who obey their face of the ground. N. Y. Times. ho had no accomplices, but worked en- an infant's feeding-bottlincluding tho pair in which tho notorious "How is that, Senatori' What unex- children aro th first lo obey their Heavenly your reasons," Brown replied, tirely alone. Under cojpr of his Dear Jones, A moro serious interest attaches to Jerry Abershaw, the highwayman, war pected developments have you found now?" Father, what a wise old adago It Is PiKE'sTooTHAcnr.DROPScurelnlmtnute5c "Are good, and can not bo denied. A new industry in the Southern ho collected the necessary infor tho truncheon-cas- o pierced witli a bul- hanged in chains (1795) on Wimbledon "Squlah, does you rocommeraber dat gnl bring up a parent In the way he should forests is the utilization of tho needles Glenn's Suljtftttr ."wphcalsanil beautifies. 25c All that your words imolv is truo; Geiuia' Cokn ISejjo veu Lil Is Corn Uunioni V mation for his explpits; and after some let of the unfortunate policeman Cole, Common; aud an ingenious wristlet of l'se been cou'tln' down in de scrubbiirbs of go, and when he Is old ho will depart from I have no wife nor child, like you. d pine pinus palustris. But, Jones, 1 havo a tie to life daring burglary, wherein tho activity of shot at Dalston in 1832 by tho cowardly Yankee contrivance for securing ar Steubenville?" It.' Obedient and good parents make use- of the Fur stronger (do not start) than wire "Yes, Senator, I know her very well. ful men and women, when thoy grow up." The leaves are soaked in a bath to re- a practiced gymnast had been displayed, ruffian Orrock, in an attempted burg- oQender on his way to duranoe vile. It "The Shamrock:" A pretense at kickOr child, though dear, could ever be: move tho glazing, and then "crinkled" ing the cradle. Philadelphia Call. What is the matter now? Sho has not . the last nerson to bo suspected was tho lary at a Baptist chapol. Orrock's soft is not unlike a pair of i. mean my great tomogony.' Texas Sifting. Of which, as you have doubtloss heard, for stuffing cushions and other upd old man with the blue felt hat, found on the scene of tho mur- but with a liko that of a gone back on you, lias she?" little One volume is to come tho third. piles, flstules nnd rupture rad"Well, boss, l'se mightily afeard dat am holstering purposes. They are specially Why He Took His Feet Down. O. were that mighty task complete spectacles. Wonderful are tho ways of der, is also here preserved, as also the corkscrew. Tho compass portion, being jes' what she hab done, l'se seed two or valuable on ship board and other ically cured. Book of particulars two letDown to the last corrected sheet. Some eccentric chisel, with the letters "rock" scratched slipped over the wrist of tho criminal, hero worshipers. ter stamps. World's Dispensary Medical d IJelioro me, Jones, to suve your lifo woman to a "Charles," free fings dat looks mouty 'spicious now, I has actually cut a piece out upon it, which led to his identification. closes with a spring; and tho handle tolo yer, an' l'se feared she's done frowed her husband, said you know that you and I places where furniture is in danger of Association, Buffalo, X . To your dear family and wife, "do becoming infested with insects. The . , of the artificial arm; and in some ob- A photograph of the chisel is alo being grasped firinly by the officer in me ovah." I'd yield to you, unmurmuring,. In a railway car?" This frail support to which we clingl turpentine which remains in the leaves scure corner of the universe doubtless shown; and it is a curious illustration charge, tho captivo has small chance of "Why, what have you noticed, Senator?" onco had a romance Hut what are wife and children three The butcher should always be placed on. "Never heard of it," replied Charles, In a makes a most inhospitable abode for joint committees. Compared with a Cosmogony.' dazzles his kinsfolk and acquaintances of the detectivo powers of science that freeing himself, for a broken wrist would "De mawnln' papah says she has done these annoying visitors. Or what confess dearest JoneJ by tho exhibition of. a veritable bit of tho mark, which on tho chisel itself is bo the probable consequence of a strug- gono and married Sam Likely las' night. subdued tone. Arc mamj wives' nn3 children's moans "I thought you hadn't, but don't you reIF afflicted with Soro Eyes, uso Dr. Isaao leather formerly belonging to a deceased imperceptible to ordinary is gle. Apropos of tho useful appliance, Now, wouldn't you call dat a mighty To that loud cry of grief an J woe n The will of the lato Joseph W. Tor-rc- Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c. Wjtb which the learned world shall know circumstance, burglar and murderon The reader may plainly legible in the photograph. member that it was that pair of slippers I bcrgeant Bradshaw favors us with a 'spicious Through MalL squiah?" That it can net er hope to see of Boston, contains the following remember that Peace, after having eswhich little pieco of professional advice, which Among the Tho Volumo Three?' who puts peculiar provision: "I declare that Docs the man filibuster? the powder in caped the consequences of many pre- adorn the Museum Catalogue is that of will appropriately conclude our paper. Chicago Sun. "Quite truo," sighed Jones. "And yet and vious crimes, was convicted of attemptnone of my family shall make any the O'Donnell. tho man who shot tho in- "Always grip your man," he tells us, yet over my funeral or waste any parado ing tho life of a policeman, and of the former Carey. Here, too, aro the two "on his right "side. Then, if heshows I think, dear Brown, that you forget money in tho purchase of mourning apTho theory of Average actual murder of a Mr. Dyson, at bullets which wero extracted from fight, ho can only let you have it with As. held in this enlightened age. parel, fully believing, from observation, near Sheffield, and after a de- Carey's body, and the revolver, a small his loft, and you have your right hand ; Had all the mighty men of old that widows' weeds are too frequently 3s2BH termined attempt to escape by jumping pocket weapon, from which they were free to tackle him. If yon grip him on Klnjrs, scholars, statesmen, heroes bold a badge of hypocrisy, and the more conSutTered untimely takings! ' from a railwav train, was executed at fired. A larger revolver, found among his left sido. you leave him the uso of With measles, croup, or w hooping-cough- . spicuous the habiliments of woe the Leeds on thiQ,25th of, February, 1879. A O'Donncll's luggage, lies beside it his right hand to your left and liko Think that this great earth would then more the insincerity." Boston Journal. Have nourished only common men? car te devustte of Peace, taken by tho Under a glass shado hard by lies a gela- enough he'll get the bettor of you." mm Had Homer died a stripling lad, Stereoscopic, Company, is preserved in tine capsule, a harmless looking afiair Chambers' Journal. Should we have lostthe lhadr While digging on tho site of tho old I mffered for more than fire yers wlthlndlsettlon, the catalogue, and should ho a valuable enough, but belying its appearance for Would Shakcspere's early, timeless death jail and tavern at Somervillc, 2C. J., ercelT ahleto retain ttie simplest food on mr Have cost us Hamlet. Lear. Macbeth? oxamplo to the stndent of physiognomy; it contains a deadly poison, aconite BRITISH BREEDING. guttered toe unl I declined In V The voice rjf reason answers. Xo; lately, workmen found a rusty pair of depression attendantle8h.anJ terrible ail upon thl dlreaae. At tho high forehead, deep-se- t eyes and being, in fact, tho fellow to that used A Wrong not proline Nature sol ' f to Oaa ref.ef in anything else. lait, fallttu rictnro uf EnglUh Gentlewoman by a shears, a large key, a "horse-hea- d of Swift's bDedflc The median Not, if this theory is true, bulldog lower jaw indicating a singular by Dr. Lamson in 1SS2 to destroy his f lllzh KnglUh Authority. penny" of the date of 1787, aud an En- toatduptheH tn.ich.fctrenrUenedthedlceitlTe It must apply, dear Brown, to you: if Wo are shown combination fully verified in the life youthful brother-in-laran, and non a lfiatburnjiBceised.and Icoulare- And, foarlef you may leave behind' glish penny of 1718. Englishmen to their own women are cood. w mr health dtfflcu tr. tRinfOodwUt'Ci. of thcTnan of strong intellectual pow- tho carte of this criminal also, a gentleThis of your mind m rin ear nntihtr.irln theoli&neof food.aml dlseit (Though all unfinished, as you say,) prescribed Uoe after er and force of will, unbalanced by cor- manly looking man, by no means an- both helpful and protecting, if a little Where you find one young man it without dltaculiy. Talc the Assured that, at no distant day, responding moral qualities. swering to the conventional type of as- more masterful than somo of thoso .Another will bo found to do 7or"s1e brail dropsrlat. who can, if he has lo, saw wood to raise free From the Poace collection wo pass to sassins Trcatlie on Blood and skin T)Ieaei mailed CO.. J Appearances, however, arc women liko; generous and giving, if alTho work so well begun by you; TUB bWlFT SPECIFIC a family, you will find two others who But I ' of less notorious burg deceitful, as the copybooks of our youth ways moro than a littlo ovorbearing to the Drawer 3. Atlanta. Gs. ' X. Y, 157 W. 23d St. can displa' only white hands and talk n lars. Here is a miniature so porsistontly reminded us. Under "Allow mol" struck in Brown, nonj'iise. Chicago Ledger. "The ship is plainly going down; manufactured Tjv soreo ingenious another glass shado is a piece of dark all creaturos that are weaker than i WILHOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE TOXIG And. ere she snk beneath us, I Whon tho ladies of a party aro out of one, of Biyant & brown leather, which proves to bo a A warranted care for all disease scoundrel "A litUiJlre is quickly trodden out Would most decidedly deny caused by malarial poisoning ot y their private friends, or belong to thoir May's tin match-boxeWhicli.ieirtR 6U tiered, rivors cau not quench." of tho tanned skin of The theory of which you speak. the blood, inch as Chills and Ferer, Ecrtion It i ingenious, but weak own special family, they mayrolyon baso uses Procnstinntiou mar rob vou of time. "To such may wo the murderer of Mr. Perceval. Fercr and Ague, San Pains, Dumb A vain though pleasing fallacy. but by Increased dihgonco you can make t with consideration and como at last!" Tho bdl's eye is a Side by side with this is a curiositv being treated Chills. Intermittent, Bemlttenf, That never has deluded mo. up tne'ioss; but if it rob you of lire tho Bnioua and all other TcTCricaased protected against tho consequences of skilBesides, the theory, if true. mcro bit of window-glass,- " oval of a different kind, a loss isjirremcdiable. If your hoalth i3 Applies with equal force to you; by malaria. It Is alo the safest in shape, and so small that tho opera- fully worked in human hair, with the their own comparative weakness. When delicati, your appetite fickle, your sleep For, dearest Jouos, if you are drowned. and bert cure for enlarged Spleen tor can, when ncccs'ary.lmask it with inscription- "I Will instruct thee and they aro strangers, and without private brokenjyour mind depressed, your whole Doubtless another will bo found ' vFeyer Cake). General DtbUlty jTo comfort your dear wife, and be being cat of sorts, depend on it you aro and Periodic Ifeuralsta. tyForSalebyaUDrusskts. thenxb. no slido being used. The teach theo in tho way thou shalt go. I claims, thev will find the tables for tho h'o A father to your children threol" seriously diseased. In nil such cases Di. g CHAS. F. KEELER, ProD., Chicago, III. power of such a lantern will guide thoo with'Mino eye" Hero, most part turnod, and, in the manners Pierce'i "Golden Medical Discovery" will of tho modern young man will be ai "Nay, nayl" cried Jones,' "you jest, dear must naturally bo small, lat it is prob- apparently, the worker's stock of Scrip speedily effect a genuine, radical cure Hfl " Bronn ably quito sufficient to enable the burg- tural quotation failed, for sho continues: much consideration as there is likeness make s new man of you and save you But at this point tho ship went down; from tla tortures of lingering disease. lar to avoid stumbling over tables and "My homo is in Heaven. It is pamtul between a bear and a poodle a crab Tho arguments or both, you see. Balanced to such a nicety, chairs or to illuminate a to havo to relate that tho good lady apple and a Newton pippin. They aro So flue, so subtile, so profound. CONSUMMATION. HESITATION. TiiKtarber's trade is tho best trade, for Here arc the working tools of Wright who worked these pious sentiments has no moro unsolfish than tho ordinary That both hold on and both were drowned! Is nttd by thonsands orllril elas ManufscraTeri it's always at the head. and they aro not so polite. Robertson Troicbrfdoe, in Century. and Mechanics on their belt irork. Kecelred OVER and Wheatley, tho Tlowton burglars, been over three hundred times convicted foreigner, GOLD MEOAULondon.fiS. rroixiincd BONNER'S BIG HEAD. now undergoing penal servitude, Wright of drunkonncss and disorderly conduct! And if you havo your ears boxed, you presented to you seven years ago last ciuttwm. Send card ofdrmlrrwhc does not k ten 1600 Tonne Men, Brad This. lt,wuh five S: stamps lot 8AM PLE CAN (J C T UYT8 as well havo it done pleasantly in might being condemned for life, Wheatley for Sho presented this Christmas the Christmas before we wero The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., Rnwii Pm"t frt R'nnsprfsr Uict rllLl. selfishTHE BLACK MSEUM. About Heads The Hook Agent married that led to our union? You re- offer tosend their celebrated Electro-Voltai- c lNCt Somethluc - Ht. twenty years. Each carried a revolver; honor, wo presume, of old acquaintance as brutally. To illustrate this Who Didn't Fool the New York Pub- member how nicely they fitted, don't you? BiLTand other Electric Appliances Kov. Mr. Horsley, chaplain of ness: that belonged to Wright, with which ho to FOIC lisher. very young Well, Charles, ono day when we were go on trl-- l fnr30 dnvs. to men (voumr orold) APPI.TAT OXCE FOR .IXAOEXCT Tho other Collootion of Curios Connected shot at and wounded two of tho police, the House of Detention, who in turn pretty woman,day a eyes of and kind Robert Bonner has a big head. This is ing to a picnic you had your feet up on a afflictalwith nervous debility, loss of vital - LIFE tho with being stamped "British Constabulary," presented it to tho Black Museum. With Crime and Criminals. kpiI nnd whin vou wasn't lookinir 1 took ' ity nnd all kindred troubles. Also lorrneua queer illustration of the irony of fate, A tall hat on a peg and much covered supposed to bo able to melt tho typical not a figurative way of saying that he is your measure. But for that pair or slippers OF or diseases. Complete restoration to health, Bv Ben: IVrlev Poore. Ometal Rinaravhtr U. S. Con. and of the proverbial "engineer hoist with dust next attracts our attention. ico, was on tho point of stepping into mentally able, but a plain statement of a Representations or the Ilearis of Sundry with his own petard." Each of these This homely relic was the property of an omnibus whero only one scat was physical fact Not alono is his hat remark- I don't believe we d ever been married." by Vlgor,RnimanuooiEuaranieeu. ao rnK grr$, and Rev. O II Tiffany, 1) D. GettheonJyoS-cU-ll and rtrhltt illwtrateil tcort. Complete from tno A youns, 30 days' trial is allowed. AVrite p man able In size, but the shape of it commands immediately unmarried man sitting near The preparation. to the crave Several v Bxecuted Criminal carried his tools in a sort Rev. Mr Speke, tho eccentric cler- left A took his feet down from a seat. them atoace for illustrated pamphlet, free. cradle be derrlred txUmiiiiiion: ycara in Is enormous. Eractitioners Don't Demand of about thirty pushed her rudely aside attention. Its diameter from side to side Is of Various Noted llurgat his side. A later gyman who suddenly disappeared, Chicago Herald. Aitrnl'Vuiitrtf. OntfitsTJe. nnffrte Address promptly If JIKOTIIEKS, lars-- A expert, captured in the act of an at- leaving his headgear hero prosent in as he sprang up the stops and took tho equal to the distanco from front to back. Uttlo l'iece Straw hats show which way the wind i'uu-ra- , si at all iourtu St, cinclnnuu. unio w. IIlTltUAKIl blows. Chicago Tribune. tempted burglary at the British Mu- tho Green Park, and was believed to vacant place. At another timo, on Probably there Is not another such cranium of Professional WONDER. hi. seum in 1884. took a bolder course, and havo been murdered, but was subse- coming out of the theater, while tho in America. Advice. walked into theyibbb 8Avvourwaeon, your horses and your $(OQO REWARD A Tot Square A Man Whose Theory I)oe people were waiting just inside the xar an BUCUBe Btt carried his implements also hero ana r quently discovered, in the garb of a kjta m.. patieaco by using Frazor Axis Grease. etraain fit tor market as ouch A&lxi&&-e- -. with III l'ractlce. cabs, a Bonner's oilicc the other day with a bulky in an ordinary carpenter's tool laboring man, at Padstow, in Cornwall. door for their carriages and Clover awl la 0.K DAY r HaW7 religious volume under his arm. as The name at the head of this paper basket, over his shoulder. This gen- Ho ultimately died, we believe, in a man lighted a cigar and blew the smoke "What I maintain la this," said Mr. WhifMagaE5BSBMESSs 8100 "I to show you a work," he fles oracularly, "at the age of sixty, or thereVICTOR will be a puzzle to a good many of our tleman affected tho early morning for lunatic asylum. THE MARKETS. Closo beside Mr. into tho face of a lady standing there began.have called QOUBLE readers. Even among Londoners born his exploits, and unless caught in tho Spoke's hat hang a coil of rope, a pair with a friend. She made a gosture of " Haven't time to look at it," said Bon- abouts, the power to wonder ceases. Take HULLER. l. my own case, for instance. I am sixty, Cincinnati. August 4, 1SS5. r tlQBrXfcd U!a.tratd These repugnance, when the man said, "Gen ner, decisively. nnd bred, not one in a hundred per- very act, would naturally be taken for of boots and an old Srit3fti5 DAT. aullad tnr. 00 tlemen may smoko here." "You may "The reason why I came to you," per- gentlemen, and have led a very active life LIVE STOCK t275 MACIILNECO, Clubu,O.Iv r. llsatr, Uarintom, 14. XFWAmr haps has heard of the Black Museum. a 'harmless British workman going articles were the property of another smoke here, but you can not bo a gen4 25 Choice Hutchers about his lawful vocation. clerical gentleman, Kev. Johu Solby sisted the canvasser, with tho calmness of I have traveled widely and read deeply; HOGS Common 3 1)0 435 "Whitaker's Almanac knofvs it not; and - 4 40 St 4 80 Good packers 188B. As might perhaps bo anticipated, wo Watson, an eminent scholar, of St tleman if you do," said tho lady one assurance arising only from habitual suc- I have gazed upon the marvels of nature, r.tnbllahed C'VsS 3 25 3 75 Dickens' "Dictionary of London." that find here an ample collection of crow Michael's Road, Stockwell. of thoso not easily put down. your pastor, Kev. Dr. art, science and mechanics. I.havo watched SHEEP tlood to clio ce. cess, "was that Ho was 4 20 (it 4 50 . Ili yonng John Hall, considered this book highly Tho annoyances to which 'guide, philosopher and friend" of tho bars or "jemmies" of various descrip convicted in January, 1872. of tho murOS i red progress hi every shape with emotion and r: MANILLA ROOFING for bis library, but did not feel able 93 m No.S red wanderer in the great metropolis, tions. Those formidable appliances aro der of his wife, whoso body ho had in- women traveling alone aro often sub48 CS 48tf Resemble One lent her; forJIOOFS, OUTSIDE is again by no means a proof that Corn No- .- mixed..... , corde'd with jected nd makes no mention of it. Mr. Samuel made, it appears, in regular gradations closed in a packing-case264 Oais No. 2 mixed Vti strain and durable. CAKrrTH 60 - 13 00 & 13 60 una mntertnl. Cataloirar, vvn lesuniuuuua any of size, tho three largest being known tho piece of rope hero shown. Ho was, our politeness is intrinsic. If a lady neeis Weller himself, "extensive and pecuHAv Timothy No. 1 samples. Free, W.1I, A a aw vis. as tho "Lord Mavor. tho "Alderman" however, respited on tho ground of in- an ordinary young Englishman wnoJocs TOBACCO Common Luirs .. . .8 00 t0 25 liar" as his knowledge of London is ad- and the "Common Councilman." Tho sanity, and thenceforth kept in confine- not know her, sho meets somo one who W00 &14 75 t Good Mediums. 11 10 PKQVISIOSS-Po- rk to have been, might have had J Lord Mayor is four feet threo inches in ment He died quite recently at Park-hur- does not hold her worthv of politeness, . Mess. ...11 00 mitted R. U. AWA 07. it Jjird PrineMfani.. THAT Prison, in tho Isle of Wight, falling and who does not go out of his way to iruiltv'of icrnoniuce in this on length, and is only usea on great occaT31i 12 H BUTTKU Fains.' l'a'"'- - LoriUard's is a. 19 particular. And yet the .Black Museum sions, say, tho breaking open of a strong out of his bunk in a fit and fracturing show her any. If sho be prettjfhe Ohio Creamer tnat LorUUrd a M VEGETABLES stares at her, perhaps smiles, perhaps Vimrr .itaat can show names of mark in its visitors' room or very heavy safe. The specimen his skull. 25 115 Potatoes, per harrel iboofc. "Counts a, many, and dukes a here shown"wa3"used in what is known Not far distant aro mementos of other speaks; if she bo of no AuDles. prune, per barrel.. 150 '4 00 and has only her wonan-hoofew," from royal highnesses downward. as tho Hatton Garden burglary in 1880, n to NEW VOUK. f murderers. Here is tho porVsI Mtw as her claim, ho leaves her emphaThe Alderman trait cut from the Daily Telegraph, of bavo here inscribed their signatures. by Smith and others. f3 60 (A : 4 10 FLOJB State and Western .Vaim.r's Plant Prinir, LWWU.B Matf-trw. itG,od to CUg- Literature and music are represented is three feet threo inches in length; tho Lefroy, the murderer of Mr. Gold, on tically to berself. Whatevor she miy bo Invaluable to teachers and lndl.lfefisaTlrt WU1V.HU era. savtoc time and labor of tearner worth many """by Mr. W. S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Common Councilman, rlbout two inches the Brighton Itailwav. Hero is tho rope about to do to pass through aJTTj 54 51 ft ....ST... cems.poppia. times Its cost in Duara. & 45 Sullivan, the drama byMUs Minnie shorter, and, as befits its lowqr dignity, used by Marguerite Dixblanc to strangle way, enter a railway carringe, Cirin Address u. K. Palm ib. 11 us. Doc. New York CUT. Otts mixed J 81175 -- ...11 omnibus, or a lift ho pushos pastrh'er, !3 aPtlrxieiv- - the ffro brigade by Captain not quite so stout. 'Whatever may be her mistross, Madanio Riel, in Park C75 rati (JvXaH JZi H i.U" Western steam Shaw, and the last offices of the law by said as to the projected reform of the Lane. Hero aro tho boots of tho unfor- though no ono is hurried for timeiatSd LADY AutN lb permanent ""i - alrW-Sr I sslaH Z billU'iuu. ..14 25 lets her follow meekly after. Tho dder en)5t)mrnt and swd salary Mr. William Marwood, who. we are city of London, our readers will agree tunate girl, Maria Clausen, murdered 5 00V4 - I'sTffl aim WTmW and Western.. FLOCK-Sl- ate selling Queen City Skirt and JO 91 '""' 1 BBS C "7. IsH 2rcd told, was a frequent visitor. Not to with us that the sooner this corporation at Kidbrook Lane, Eltham.and the plast- men are more courteous. They retain NiocUlngSiiptorten.ampla 67K aV.ilalavBl 87 .. outturn-Address Chclnnatl . BBrSllBV JjMSWBsaj No. 2 Chicago Spr.iiir keep tho reader in suspense, tho Black is abolished the better. Passing down- erer's hammer which did tho deadly still a certain flavor of the statelyjold FnnfiE 45X Sntponder to, UnclnnaUO. Corn No. times when manners were part "f fa Museum--is 27M 25H a small back-roo..... on the ward from the Common Councilman, deed. With another plasterer's ham. .u.... TtT.n.Mt SBAat 0ts No 2. .......... &8H second Moor of the offices of the Convict! we come ultimately to the "pocket" mer, also here preserved, Mullins mur- gentleman's education, and polifSnnss Kye 9 SO 9 75 Mess $250 Be'llneartlclesfnthe'world. X sample Flits. was ono of the points of distinction bet I POKK jAV wnOSbOS.UKTEorr. Mic. Department, Scotland jemmy James tho less, in more re- dered Mrs. Emsley at Stepney, in 1860. supervision 6 45 Add LAKU Steam a v-Vf Yard, and its curios consists exclusively spectful language which is about Here, too. are sundry memorials of the twoen a courtier and a boor. London ""' BAI.TIMOltE AMOSniAXllBOABDftrTIKm TC C 4 n sssW Queen. FsaiaB jtfK. flB&i .13 85 bbl Admeachoountr. of articles connected In one way or an- twelve inches in length. The Black Wainwright case, or Whitechapel murFLOtiB Kamdr 93y $65 Htc TonnirMrnor Ladles CO, Fnlladelphia. ,. SOJ4i5 dress P. W ZIKGLKB& Wheat No. 2 GRAIN wm other with.crime .and criminals- - Tho Museum specimen is oi finely tempered der, of 1874. Hero aro tho chopper with J' cm ill I A SAD MISTAKE. 34 (A 36 objects exhibited are about "one hundred steel, and hinged so as to fold in half, which the unfortunate Harriet Lane was and cored without Oats I'll VnnTi Treated treatment sent free. the knife. Adaress 511 75 lloolc on I PROVISIONS I'ork Mess ....11 50 and fifty In number. They are carof in which condition "a curate might carry dismembered, and tho spado which dug Trouble and Tribulations in .Si UAnOJjIl Y L.POND. M.D.. Aurora. KaneCclU. the Hose breast-pocke- t lttm iriiui and are further described in itMn his without qxciting her grave. Here is one of tho buttons , INDIANAl'OLIS. Schnumbert: Famllj. a bulky catalogue, which, in addition suspicion. The larger sizes divide into cut from hor dress, and a correspond95 VJ EDUCATIONAL. -- 5 Wheat No. 2 red Young Levi Schwindelmoyer has for & 45M to names, dates and other particulars, two or three lengths, "hich are screwed ing button found with her body; and Corn mixed . . ........ LAW, Chlcajro. 111. Tha & 25 ..paying attentions to contains a number of photographs' and together when required for actual use. stranger item still the piece of Oats mixed UVIOX COLWOE OF e some timo beon LOUISVILLE. newspaper cuttings having relation to Some are solid, soma, of tubular steel, taken by a surgeon from tho leg Mis Rebecca Schaumberg, who is con435 W la Floor A No. 1 the various items. ii 95 the latter construction riving increased of tho living Harriet Lane, and which sidered one of the belles of Austin. On GRAIN Wheat No.2 red S7a?.ere6?tnni5S S 48M TELEGRAPHY Corn mixed Tho collection is so arranged as to lightness without any sacrifice of formed a last unmistakable proof of tho tho Jewish New Year's Day Schwindol-meyG 54 furnished. Write YAiKnix linos, JanesTtUe, WU. Oats mixed ,SS allow free inspection-- of the various ob- strength. Each end terminates in a identity of the nameless corpse. Even 1100 CONSTERNATION. called at the Schaumberg man....... PORK mess. xolg , jects, aud.tho curator, Sergeant Brad-sha- chisel point, the one straight, the other tho cigar which Henry Wainwright was sion. While ho and Rebocca were "a kk- -I . PERSUASION. in take3 an evident pride in his slightly bent, la close "contiguity to smoking when arrested is here preserved. the parlor. Mose Schaumberg thought ,... t,,,t t Iimo (wlnihI to wonder. Trlft charge, aud furnishes the history of any the crowbars we aro shown speoimens Turning to offenders of a moro frivol- ho would stroll out into his garden and to tray It He didn't tell me to go to you, cessation was not a matter of xboice; Ihaye 'given item with remarkable prompti- of the "knuckle-duster,- " Remarkable hisgive tho young folks a chance, for Levi Bonner, and yet ho seemed to want the power. a small but ous character, we have the peep-shotude and accuracy. Round three sides formidable weapon, for which we are apparatus wherein a pretended as- is a verj excellent young man. with a Mr. so much that I thought possibly yon no longer tho and theories excite a cerboot tories, adventures Is not It to him. something of tho room, ou a high shelf, are ranged indebted to our American cousins. The trologer, calling himself Prof. great deal of money and "pishness rnicht like to give Idea into my head and tain peculiar feeling in me, but it eccenput the amunberof plaster pasts- from Derby ordinaryjcnuckle-duste- r and residing in Homer Street, cabacity." While strolling about the that ho said wonder. Even the doings, tho most piece fe'a flat Jail "and York. Castle, representing tho oHron or bras aboat half an inch thick, Marylebonc Road, London, was wont premises, what should Mose see bat a T said as mucn io mm, uiu no without the tric doings, ot crazy fanatics, either moral, rather do heads of sundry criminals who, for one with four ovalopeaino-- of such size as "for a consideration," to call up the boy up in a tree among his fall peaches. forbade me. He'd would be to him, than political or religious, cau not move me to BLOOD OISOK. d Skin DlseM.es (ONE Pfl A M3E1. Ior .pll.JMontleelta. JTla- .f helpful as it . - - -"wonder. I am beyond it and I don't know oflense or another, have suffered tho t allow the passage the four fingers. image of an inquirer's future wife or Thinking to terrify the boy, Mose roared work MTe no equal.. "A or eterrs-liirs- , r.Iw.tt. TI- - Sold & CO.. S08TON. styl 7 -. s?-- jYOU may Uf of tnm-nrnhinted to you that It would be an na bo ner. pracHCB Ml in aj ia to have It ' llast penalty of the law. If it were cus- The fimrers beinv SMI all far eta. im atampa. Valuablo fhrmitrh these husband. To illustrate the audacity of out: sixty wonder present. Still" acceptable upon it that to a man of tomary to hang people on the strength holes, the hand eloses with a firm grip the Professor and the fatuity of his 'O, you young scoundrel, now I gees to me," Interrupted Mr. pendthing of the past" You're lying Is a of their personal annearance. wo hould on tne "outt" of & weapon, while the dupes, we may mention that among his you mit mine own eyes. Vere vash Bonner, "and I ought to kick you out" coffee-rooHere a neighbor --looked into the wife on aay that most of tliee gentry f uily, de-- rapaaindar of mine Bonner put his remarkable hat collection Of promised Mr. Whiffles, your Then and said: stands out. in- Eictorial lit tt served thaif- fatal --Thev are not a l the shana nf i...j - - A wild female sbriek was heard from his wonderful head preparatory to going us&ru uiu iw eta,, iinwn and sav that sue. found Mr. Holtnan Hunt Jiv a afternoon drive. pleasant "sigSt, ad for "the most part ech kaucik; RAGArTS particularly wanted you io go nomo &,m btho hand and Mr. Henry Neville. Another branch tho parlor. The shutters were torn out for his regular FOR known better have WM RtfbmtytojrocomiHeud tn'uskrWd eoajirti, terrific force. of the Professor's business was tho open, and, with a bound, young "I might havoon a man withthan to have once." lirkiniAS flrnnlr hl? ClASS Ot "cold a at. them. One of "them, uowevcr, a big aim more fonaiajjo ia the "spiked" casting of nativities; and a number of Schwindelmeyer emergod from the tried my racket agent, as ho was neau nice about to that" mused tho heavy head ticketed as that of 'John knnckle-dustewithout" hurriedly, and as Ue got nis netui adhand-bill, poh loon of tho his window, and was over a showing tho great board depart-- N. Y. Cor. Chicago Inter Ocean. into his hat exclaimed: "Sow I wonder Plaksyjmoated in 1847 for the mur- projecting tho knuckles, vantages to be derived from possessing fence and out of sight like a flash. He what the deuce she wants me for." .Detrou der of one George Colli?, of Chesterfield instead of hoi. is a secret aid to beauty. are has not boeu seen since, although Mose j.j Boy's Composition. lUUUdtUi as in tne the "straight tip" in this particular, , u Frce Press. fontltm.ic mt.n, t xiuui mu luixuci- case, MlflgajUV acquires a .,uuuua imiuikji, iP edinto an angle reserved with tho peep-shoapparatus, has been hunting him high and low, to Many a lady owes her freshMustang Liniment is older than AL 9 it f n ,kit faet that tho iucuuwi iuuo. wuiuu ui auuu.l Johnny Fialetop created a sensation in "Ma," said little Tommy, "do the 'Ingiving 5 ext to this latter is a circular board- tell him that his remark about the shotdegrees, ness to it, who would rather . kaagtd th original- U lopped over tna a cuiunir -most men, and used more and tho boy in IQ0 an Austin school by reading the following juns' own the railroads?" or dejjs: -.. in .uuiuuu v with a number of shallow oup colors, gun was intended for Texas Sifting. difforent igr pwHutnc in xnu renter ox trio room, tne natural fares at thn Mrw peach tree. composition: painted of ... not tell,, and you cant tell more every year. "No, my son." ,, connected .. t sailersljrt ,.aof....,ir) with the other Paaaino- ,' - IU8 .KnuUJUC-uua- .. like a solitaire ut higgledy-piggled"Well they've got somcthin to do wiin The disobedience of parents is often .....,. . tM AM i bought his ticket off a ww iiv;i jh v r The membership of the appli- uneasiness to them, 'cos wa cnt-- a iiuiMMim. i . .,," .r t W tt'.B lul.. u.uiLi3 ,lu iu tiri; liiu iiiMiTH fim iLnTinn w'B0Iyi6ffIance at a varied board "zone wroncr." This is an A Army of the Republic is 80Q,000.--C- Grand the source of a great ileal of cowmit the bcalper." pa says heHerald. . ..rms uavu SU Paul cramblintr. for irca Men who offspring. The "HickmanCourier, . s half-doze- black-handled- Tho-Lovel- . p, um-bre- ll, tha-polic- o Mar-woo- d, v. left-ha- nd well-know- coasid-erabl- y. er ht 2 s; er , v u g. dis-tanc- e. cat-lik- how-ovo- r & ed r-- jFroinj-ieldln- g 6 tv 51 first-flo- or n sugar-coate- r, grand-parent- s, anti-bilio- three-quarte- rs Sena-tor?- in .mi- .- - e. dis-cui- se i long-leave- caliper-compasse- s, one-arme- cross-handl- e, sharp-voice- relic-hunt- er 1L- - Uloom-ingto- y, long-expecte- d cartes-do-visi- to fire-crack- er Ban-nercro- ss, R1 KiKR! u m iiuiestion Cured. 1 itom-ac- b. l-- f or-- w. master-produ- I stock-in-tra- de lark-lanter- tHom-selve- s. threo-ponn- s. i Win n, - light-givin- few 'FgjSP key-hol- e. IF RAGES ID &LUE "-- I VJ" I pin-cushi- 4W- V..U., 1 0EN.0RANT Stocks-ln-Tra- de well-dresse- d, well-got-u- a .I.-- ,. book-age- nt pro-serv- ed 11D t& UT! ' M".",- horse-pisto- elros-la- Cattle-Couunon- ?2 SLAiSSl:t 3" A mp FI.OLK-Fnmvwlipnt-Loiiiruo- m USs-DEIt- Kje-N- o.2 .4v. 1 st to-plea- I personahjat-tractivenes- s. d iSS iTSijthatrin well-know- Orn-No.2in- lxed pOKrr-JIei- -- -- -- GBAlN-WheKt- -No 'M e. -- m .-.- 1 .. mm sSJDjv VMM m - - : m-x- -- .- shin-bon- - er -- -- w, w Zen-daves- ta, ''"f'j PARSONS'liPiLLS A s J r.,j ,.i..ii,iki ot nnoeBa. - AJliWAAavStMVS ' m J - m .EE:i ,, shot-gun- ?" ,- r. go, " .- s, six-io- ot Man and Beast Magnolia Balm w m) m . ..... .... I m a mm 1 A. L " - y, if-i- -, "Si' - v sum -- ..i.., l..-- i Ji . . Ai- 'lte--'K:i'W."'- d--j; . $apl!tf$r UctSll. tfceir i ,'f .& ft .' ft M Ji &- - ? tgsgegn'ynuuanjaiM . f iMig.mJUJB i - Tho small vote" given to Vox CITY ITEMS. ana m B01 FOR in tho liiokmatt, h iBaaafcMAi.AMMiiJH tho county, Monday, is not to be Slurlluicnnac, tbe any tost of w l(Ktcd in Moore & Lnndrnma rtnu N iVEl It will bcTreasurerTatefortwo construed mvote. Tho seini-on- tho3 " A K rtwe. UbuklUftad "Jtihbility ba been ft temperance Tr1 years longer. and fee is located here permanently proTen, which tho Republicans dorsemont kr4 X 8 Si to IR make good uia prowm"- c 31 The election, Monday, was re- State Committee gava Fox, hisji "Wo have adopted a Cttat System, Join businesfit with- a little exiKUMJ ns possibl-.- " OLD FLEET KUNMING ?HE SSSJ BE ha markably quiet and orderly. Carry a good Stock of cterything in the line ol Dry tiaoi, Notion. ClothinR, Boot?", open warfare on tho financial pol-Knriiniiii!i0. ih STEAMER Goodp, Carpets Floof GU Cloth?, Table Oil Cloth. Sboes, Genu and Indies fli!iiJil a ivmitfltlfin as a tfcillfal work- - tS&5aaSS3S5?raK.r;Hi Mr. Winstead was elected icy and alleged financial eorrnp-- y Iman Beeond to na one in his Hue, ami &e. &o. &o. "ETcrjthinghMlipen marked down to a close Cnirti c." We ore. head ot tno Jjcmocrniic party, to-- 3 tion constable in the Fulton district. for whom he- hai diw work will evi quarters for Men'a, Women atnd Children's "PT-. J O gcther with tho ulter absurdity of reliability. Cull at Alowe mvfnnRsti Mrs. Mollio Prathor lias re- connecting tlie oiiico oi of- - LiiUonv ITinL " fiLandrnm's. ot;uui turned from a pleasant visit to St. Treasurer even rcmoteh with the unlay ocimijr, tnobtu instant, atg CHOICE lot of Coined Beef for priuoi-- s Louis. question of prohibition, made theG o'clock, sharp, tor all the officer-- . The extremely low PRICES at which we are offering our STOCK has 5c per peuntl, at Tho propbeis think that the Fox gniso so thin, that but fcwpal landings up Salt river, Muse & Shaw's. attracted an unusual large trade to our Store, and wc feel very thankful n iuimno. oppressive hot weather is over Democrats wero caugut. RomeicuCaptain Jacob Silvariooth. to our patrons for their liberal appreciation of our efforts to give nf tiiAr.r wim voted for Fox riinl For Elcnf. this summer. for Pilot James Bushart. (An oldji Tkc slcndel store room on Clinton them conseicntiouslv.S Judge William Lindsay says so honcstlv -and man.) Rtrwt. Iatelv aecinn.l bv Alexamler A. nnii othnrssiftknowledsro that .thovfrivcr .. ..., - "I- y ft rt. F TT 1.J..M ho is a candidate for U. S. Senate did so only because they coumn'tg iingineer mi Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, xuu. asonablc terms. Anplv to to succeed llr. Beck. Clerk Tom Kimbro. ffic5 5 SSi &&' voto for Tate the Democrat.! l8t E. TGABDSER. 2nd Clerk DnVO StCWRVt. nan no.. Albritton is elect ed Senator Tnirnioranen Tinmofimts USE & SHAW arc selling No. 10 Steward Jas. Taylor. (Elected bv'about 100 majority, and Ecu-nic- nninnlisli more for temnerniice in-SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS , r 4T.a r can bvFto this position by tho cRiuVidatoe.)?-Wi Representative by 205. uiuii mu Slue itieir party, il. ' J50. Kovr is the time to buy. movements. For in-- ti Chambermaid David Tlmimu. VQr Musk 5: Shaw. There is but little wheat of- such side lnimiorflnf.n lOocratSfc'Assigncd by special request.) clonnn if fering on the Ilickman market. Bnriingame, isloca called out the candidates fori? Messrs. Jacob White, Jack Oli-- g rue Powell & Bro., are paying from had PRICES. To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do wo return An sninA drtaiwulEvor and Dr. Landrum, mo UOoKCil Ul penBanentty in Hickman; ami if he atnogJ T?m.oaPtotvrt always at home to thauBSTiQ r their 73c to So cents. work. Monday, nearly ovory colored or Mr. TIioimw Wallaoo, wilW rcmi au.i voter jumped tho State ticket and who best answered their couvrc-lJailepwi oy ie irave era imnr. a Iarowe11 rcS8 muj ine io also for Senator and Representa- tione, they might have won a praC-e,lvApni, a band of music and aIUn Company dnnng tfae aitnth of togeth- tive. Ileal aim iisoful iciop ,rav ttuW& whilel1835' 0B Llf,s E PURCHASES in our crape nPy,wul,e?er,amWintl and Aecidwit Phcies fraction to 51 or Fulton elaima to have built J a misguided leadership they madqttflo wluto Albritton and lrRworeUian fifteen dolUra a minute for c mure uuuhuh iu lite nisi two yeans, the tOSt 011 tho State Treasiper.V681"8' assigned positions as claetery banking hour of the month, office that lias no .possible eon-inr- o than any other to wn in tho PurT. M. French, aciest. 1 avo the greatest variety, from the Chenpcat to the very bX 13IJl5riDS33W uection with the question, Vindjniourners in regulation order. chase. m at jiickman kv. Wo 3m imth that we bare the beat SSIOIB lr good has been effected by it? 1 SID. p.vnr ixnn eay of aany mprrnanr tn iiipgman. j.Tery pair ot viiom; menr and women what C2ZE33! p- i t J n ;?t --Tniutwlno & Co., wacou boiu oy mat dm congratulato the Demoo-- g We fae Even if Fox had been cloc'fod, orJ Kiowr pom, Kcd .Nettinirb, White Ooouh, Mullti, LiftCCS, i'jtnbroiucncs I Watrati ted by the Maimcturer: dont b hnmbugqcd Into paymR on extortionate price to ry, of Union City, propose mov- - succoodedin reducing tho Dcnio-Sr0- y of Graves and of the Statcf For gRl0j Jn. w D. Diwtelbrifik, all si- - In 5ttiBFUld ! oincra lor a K7tBUiliit can't touch ours for Style, Durability and Neatncsa of fit; i:c.. weTifTve a lartre and elecant line. iug their factory to. JTulton, 'says nratin mninritv it .would havevPOn lilO eiCCllOll 01 .ur. xtuiuniu -- on. as low aattia loweM. but come to uaarnl buy one)airH an experiment, and you'will be convinced that what J . ". ' 11: . . . . t.. iis.o.wi,uii;. M u Imsn M .. r..i. imth JiUlfijtii llllViJUVUUU Aa1A.AW.Wc arestill oUering the following very raro Bargains: the Fultonian. . iiuiwniMUBiciUJia, by leaumg licpuuu-'-w- , 8v.i m tnu Tn:nUtn,n n v .... lliu mwroT nnrrt' imilQE1 beon claimed Money sarod by buying of, 450 majority 111, por-f- i elected by Mr-J- o PLAUT HRO'3. & CO. Ilubbard, of Ilernando, cans aB a Republican victory. febaps, the hottest political fights Ken-luck- y & Florida, is visiting Ins old , rinnde ill that COUllty SlUCO tltO A full lino of Hemps, Ingraina, and A Itcmnrknblc Escape. home, and friends and relNc.il was tho nominee in a Drueeells Cariwtinw, floor Oil Cloths, and m 3Jc Ut a n,;ir. nf Tnnkhannoet.war. 5c for worth atives in Ilickman. 3,500 yds! Printed Lawns J,l-i t-Pa., w.13 afflicted for six rcara with Asthma Ipiimary election Over two I)olO-- ' Rui?, at very low prico. Also.lrunk ..:. 0..1 5c " 3J a rims, muu oiira, Tho city of Toronto, Canada, and. Bronchitis, during which time,.the .'cratic competitors, and was tllonJ.Vahe, Baga, aad : ehou,d be J"11?! 2,000 5 Gic " ".lyard wide Brown Sheeting give no relief. Her confrontcd bv Mr? Amlerson, a 2,000 was nearly destroyed by fire, Mon- best phyaiciane could u 5 7hc " 0,00 "ilGinirliam Cliecks day, tho losses aggregating seva ?? Alexander & Maxwell. (( ? 5 10c . 20 pcs.tVictoria Lawn eral million dollars. Dispoverv. when immediate relief was felt, :ilariisan, oponiy aim waruny iiiuuu (I - . .. 10 20c a Disinfectants Chloride of time" as WC 10 " Unuia L.111011 Mr. "W. U. Andrews, editor and by coatinmnc its use lorasa in fleih'enco understand by all the intiu-- 2.. AH kinds of of Iron, Carbolic Acid, t i 20 35c Sulphate she was completelr cured, gaining two defeated Domo-Lineof the 3 "Lacc Curtain Goods Union City Anchor, has been ap- 00 lbs. m a lew monttis. it ri.f .Chloride of bodju ior Mle at 25 , . emtio, asmrfliits 35c beforo the 1 " Bordered Scrim Net COWOILL'S Drug Store. pointed postmaster at that place Free Trial Bottles of this cerlRin enreot . . n, 4:,wt, vnv 3 lOo it " 75 dz. Chocked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea vico W. P. Eichards suspended. all Throat and Lung DiK. at MOORE , ' 11 t" ....a.. ..,..... .. . ..a. that Salmon's & Ilaaa 5 10c tt GBADE "P1A1TO Ljit Uottlea 51.UU. " Bordered Ilandkcrchicls T.aTUIRlIMS. h"u- - " iuuiuihiiiiuh 20 (t 3Iaxwell,. the murderer of glorious victory for Seal alldUlog Cholera remedies arc unarantwl to 5 10c t MADS: HT Colored Half Hose 20 " Gents the Cholera among ho?a and keep rotnnrpa(v hnt wn Prellefj at tho Southern hotel, St. ;,. nl not ion rnmlfl' TTlin 75 1.00 11 FHATTJE,43 from taking it, or money refunded, Blue Cottontule Pants Louis, is agaiu on his wav to tho i.n.i o cni11-- f "nf nvitommit. tin toxently believe he has tho 75 b 1.00 tt Ladies KitlWew Port Ties OF TVTTCFi PH1CE. United Sales, under the charge of 10 o 11 o'clock, in tho MarshiuV.and stamina to prove worthy of. K J. W. COWGILL, Druggist. 75 1.25 tt ' 4 button New Ports " n olliccr. o victory. tl race, but after that hour all 75 1.00 u " Op6ra Slippers " gXtiiiiortnnt to SitlppcrH nurt ( Oomblnee Volume "Withand Swootneea. ae tm mnl ninrnot nnncnil nun 111 tllBN t( Purity Tho city of Louisville is wide 1.00 1.50 K Fnrmers. Lace Sewed CUlf Shoes " Front ovening scarcely any votes weres Capt. Mbritton, tho Senatorij MUSE & SUA W announce to the public It II nwako to the importanco of her 75 1.00 Oomblnee Lightness, unlaundricd Shirts Wilburn received 12S,eleot from this District, and Mr.'1,,,., th' . tn handle anv and Gents (I coming Exposition and oxertions polled. Elasticity and Pllanoy. 1.25 It 1.00 " Full Stock Brogans are deingmade to eclipse anythiug and Stewart 34. For Mayor theroj. p. Rennick, the Bepresentative au kinds' of produce for shipment by river . . T Combines Beautiful Design ar rail, rnri tin pniiffuint.PR. .indPfi Lan- - 'natt nrn frniitinnion fl lino nrnc-- i nhipfflL-n- biwciai atteniien eiven 10 tlie sue Has yet had. and best Workmanship. t nnnnlr-Uir, of fruits.. All businCSS ontrUStod nnnT-l- r nil thn54iol DUlinJ mwl rrnnnral illf nrnni.f These Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du. li.m . "'--t. ... VA1.I.I.41& CliVk ilJtVy Lllall lllt li(.Uii.T attention. DllCltOtl Tho papers aro predicting votes. lliLfV.1 Howard Maxwell JVTL.X. IlESPECTSlt is n. Mn toilless Instrument, I?f genial. Mr. ClCor and Manufaoturcd to IVloofc tlioPIANO or Those who la frost for October 22, because tho coived a few comnlimentary votes,Smen. staunch Democrats, but? hand plenty of barreUand fruit boxed You will find everything just as advertised, and wc'wont'tbc "just out" Jvulru tobuy tlioaJOESO? Wants tluitoan katj'-di- d didded July 22, and iirst 2VIud.o ataltcaaonalilo Priots.; public speak-- ' article when it is called for. bciiiff vorv worthy and popu neither aro ninety days aro bound to bring andwould have made a good racegers. Each nracticed tho oiiico oW The greatest variety of Ladicaand Miw of any has lilled lar Foil SAX.13 BV frost. but for his having his name takeajSheriff tho constitutional Iimit,xs Shoes, at 1'lau l'is warranty, it tail to T. F, WILBURN & CO., Mr. Albert Roper, this county, from the poll books. Mr. Stewartgand this together with their gen-- : V 8ana,a7T f afTairs,? 50- haB a hen egg with a smaller egg, who was defeated for Marshal isCral experience in public BT .A.S AgtB. for K. DORMAN & COn Kashvllle, Tenn. practical sense, and uuadul- perfectly formed, about tho size a clever young man mid well o of a partridge egg, inside the hen liked, but Mr. Wilburn who was?terated Democracy, gives assur-HEADERS 4ND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. EVERY PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, n filling an unexpired term had madoance that we will be creditably siw(!WkiglorJlifl1ioafl-a- .aelegantaad pruea oflicer, and a maiorityNepresonted. J- The Dr. John Bailey, of Texas, an of efficient preferred him. Judga ; ... voters v.. jLvxszziasssaBfim'A Alexander & Maxweli. old ilickman fuvorrito has reLandrum didn't want the oincc om nP1TU nc en V WlRRCfci turned to his home in Texas, after Afnvnr. hut bnino- elected will aT--1 UCAin Uf tU. K, WAnnCPI, Do yea want a THRESHING -m 31 pleasant sojourn with his uncle, "o. . OlUCe MILL, STEAM ENGINE, 10 lias 11C1U tllC COpt. ' ' SOig j)jeii ;n Watfiinfcton City, v. v., on B08G1I17M MILL, COTTON GIN. COKN ' iJ II. O. Bailey, In this county. COOil TukJit. Atn.-i- . AfiBiflnilu B S 1S85. nt 8:30 p- - m , Mr. nrsil tnrms. mid will innko ilS the machinery CRUSHER, or anything in 1 5 8 1 I . ? H tt 3 I rt y m i from 1 to o r. M., fin officer as could have been ol' Ed. K. Warren, of meningitis, aged about 4. lino? If vou do, bo to MUSU&MIVW ri 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 r. . r HR(i get. ." iMla frfri. y&ra&p&I&sya u 1 a tho time of Gon. Grant's burial in .,;., n1 in l.n liitiita nf ihn it- - lt.48 years. iitvjr ru ftBMw tatiuM ineir sai Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring J8 The deeeawjd was an older brother of the KiBRsland, jnuc. a, Fergusou & Co's. Maahine- a, JTew York City, is a legal holiday, Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace ?i?the editor of the CouaiEK, awl fondel ry anc Mill Sunpltes s in the Unami all the ThcoAro Solid Tncts. ID tkft RnTlHlT Cf t , flMtnlVm v- real) ited States aro to be closed during ihe .best .. . pimtier ana, Bystera reg?--'- " Ul... " (1 bioort Rnd STookwear, Samfe-ur1 wltk . d- as LOC.iL NEWS. prct MIT BlVmii; "IfflB Wairh-maxc- r, CM -i T Watch-make- r, m -- raiTrT SHi on To lash Bayers." DEFEAT hun-udre- da - g P. -- ?si k, B Watch-make- r, ni r, ei MANY COMPLIMENTS and'l v-- an 0f m n . warn, 1 ..- - P5 SL s: ssffirsa.Tff. sffSi I I'u.S" " Sn I O S5 jiress -- "rr.iVlS "1T77 flues and WkW THE J S'lAro, .f-tli- Sthn THE B2ST XEDnTM STraPASSINC! EVESY ALL OTHERS spe-feth- -- .. ,,1 W a .... Ti. - IN TONE IN TOUCH IN FINISH re-rtio- n, WliOlC-BOUIC- lc bc-fin- w ptL" 2?nt - EVES f -, ---- To-morro- post-office- .- . Uinl-ma- n 1 thoso hours. The Fulton County Teachers Institute convenes in Ilickman, Monday. August 17th fltul Will continue in session iirnlinlilv tlr ci. entire week, 'P, VJUUiitJ UMIUUIi J.HU t. i.i ll Commissioner vviii prouauiy .inaKO further announcement next week. n.... - w uD0NT YOU F0GET IT," E. Moss was & T,ivnRtir. d j f elected to the Legislature from .H. linchanan is the only man l.inntnn P.ilr MeCrackeu county. He will bo that sells the clebrated Bryan t of Tho recent achievement brilliant, but had the one of tlie ablest men of that Maud S. at Cleveland, shows Ural- -..rirtnntr ...rdy . or :,..:, , to edit a, '.lirown bhoea, lor Uulies, nus3esand .iiiititM?. ami luitii.iuii liody, and will take front rank at the niiniinuiii mile, trotting tnno islM .. These men and boy t Mita ta Jie ij.-- - u-- i,, T once, Li lie wants to be 1 ,""--',a- il ....1 11. proper J3UOCS HlKe rne premium uvur u uiiKiiuwu iuuiiti. Z, Z '"Hiliv tl' wwnle ami to exrei ft Sonthern Kentucky will rally to, soinothing like tlie ratio between workmansliip, fcl. .c..v never anu is tue most, suuswuuui ouw It waeaaid of hi Uiat h approachable, A yoting Srr Lutes was acci- - a circle-for- ever he 0BW kneWf aSdmade in the United States. Don't "ar.cteri.tie w always Olet otliers humbug you with some ilcn tally shot Wednesday, in Woet Vlnof ft?famon. m?lo Jlickman, by a 31r. Finn ell. 3Io y 1! .is just as to W. -- J motlicr make, and nNyas shot in he fleshy part of the Flora Temple was 2:19; but this tas 13 U LHAiN AiN b, aid to him ink Unewapaparbfe. la good, but go to r, and the wound is not serious. been reduced bv one and another rttiril ot and buy the bhoe with Uryau V VQ information is that the parties of tho fast trotters the Lrceding tbe civil war he was the Quartr-MaM- r 8. A., and Brown's name on eaclv Shoe, h Kentucky Regiment, C. sire bjendgj am that the shooting and training of which the achiovc-tbe7tment of the little mare Stimulated huDdieda of soldiera will remember hiag r vrasiixrely accidental. o.ns. niiii nci lliiR nsruru W.aS2r-iof remembering the names of . Dnclcira Araicn .inive. . . .... w,w w 0 0 The TJuion City papors think .j H.vv. wh, liv Aninil R. nn .1 "slO'V?CBW;Ta ,B,i -- n;.,. EJ. Warren was by 4 THK liEST salve in ine wpri.i- ior Fever Sores.UIcerfl, that fee people of that citv will .uiifi,AMnMi.nDnfilifioBRnrt .i- - 1.1. a .s,t fnr..U!n,. Jl BruiMa.moirfr. lifiiamteu Salt Kheiiai, .. - iniiui&iiip. .l it ..cm n voto a.850,000 tax to build a rail-roa- d iiuuiv. iniiv iuv hvoj ?. ,,jw seiittiure mjmic, tiuoi iixkih. rriMi.l ?sia i ....m a mile can bo trotted Oil . as true as etcel ....- rfl.... ... Mf..v..u, ... pwilin wuu from that place to Tipton- - i tkat crood track in 2:07 and that MaUUJ " . " witW I. nor yon.- nor anyatiyel?- cures Pilc6,- or no pay required. It , . . Vllle. Union Citv ninnf dnnbln nr r? p.. ?on. raav nM tkroneh life without faulted gUBranlcea to gire ijoneci wusuwuon, treble that amount if tho road is S. Will hVO to do It,!- or money reiunuei. rrice j tenia per 'm,xA on nnlltior l!ll tllA lWTOa0d. IjUt I box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDKUMS built. A portion of tho proposod .,.,. 5n ,,;, -- vorvdav rala- -' A BIsSlaow Coaning. rosi-infiR- Gen. Thomas the reaeh of lator ever placed fermg humanity, truly is Electrie Bitten. Inactivity of the Liver. Bffiwimw, Jam- ease Kidney? or any dice, Constipation. disease of the urinary organs, or whoever ionic or roiia ana- reqnires an appeutzer, Til . .i f always una jiiecinc TIT. uiant, win inner II Kwst ftrti? Anlr torKin Anr tnnWn. TnftT .... ..v... v " aCtsurelvand ouioklv. everv bottle cuar- a untied tn ffivA entire KfttiBfaction or monev refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by 1 . ..-.- -- Mnned During life qUue a number ef mewaiaper entrpni, i ftnd tt exieiwively .;known aa 8 . T !. -. i , jwkiwiim. 1SG0. ... " U oanwocieu witi, la- ne-iai- "wj . f,. " . al fc ilvl7-2- " MTllI at Nashville, lean., r" 31 ".- .. - jw . . . . . . . .h.i rauuean, una 'Morn .n P and for tlie past six years ha held a ...!.- - : .v niiBi..,..,.. Tr;i;n rwKn ; Linn liii uiircim && w.rf 111 ' ".''.: awn, Mytew, " ra' VontAB 'lnii.. " - lilCK-- 4 i.l T ue- -: Machint. in . l tioa. - rORS41LE - 5,, w --- x- TTlii niiTiuB n nnMrpn bUai QPff PT A f WinWPTPf n 1 ji g ilns. G " S. MILES Jordan, Ky. einc. or to Alv at Uil.ilo - alue anna. kbikI Pheai.. a Wilson Sewing nmninc order ana oon- . e B o a vPv51 HI O 1 dhan. &aoes9 &o. Embroideries, Tr 'G55 Also, fine and cheap Have in stoek and are constantly adding a complete lino of .n Q m.5 1 s B ...:,v. htm jm . - wr.-- 7 and BuildcrV Hardware generally. 1 ei ran Blil OKH 1 i IW fS nFJlra 14 M&U Ul4Ueladd Wb y hmii Whp, h, Etc. f A complete line of ":.. . reoeir-cliildre- n, ;,-!.-- -'- w We aro sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d Shoe Company for Men's Ludiesand Children's wear they are certainly the best and pret ticst Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our stock of of all kinds, from a Brad to 60d. COOKING A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, SeltSf - jp IjETlNG TEST iggiag STOVES, TINWARE, and Housekeepers Supplies generally. COPPER, a specialty. "We AND SHEET IRON WORK, J". "W. cannot be surpassed it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is imiuii uiiuaper man ine ubiiai price we nave uie latcststyies ot JVlens, Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and 6ther Family Groceries, constantly kept in stock, jxow is the time to get cood bar- gains and good solcciions. Call and examine our stock nnd you will be convinced that our advertisement is not a fable ihlafg K. -.- .- - -- - -- - extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. Our prices will be as low ae consistent with a legitimate business. J. AJVEBEiRG'S SOjSTS. 3ST ,.-- .. J- g, Apriip, 18S5. I OOEMAN & CO. ' --- w -- J. W. COWGSLL, vg a. w with hia fellow men and women, thatj There will be uo dearth of anmse-ltion- s obilUUL riU I tlib Oli WOtlusday, tho 12tll lived as nearly to that rule "do 1nt03 mentS tor Oil tnat (lato anauu olherS M ou woui,i others do unto you, ADELLE ALLEN'S sohool will sib Stant. 1st Jionuav in September, in orld'S .UciiageriO Co '8 Great nos3ible in hia nature. I doubUXYL it And will ue asaisted by Jiisa .r... nn.l Tntnpnnttnnnl flirmiR iK to PATENT 1 t ia . v"wf t. !nw i irv.Br,lf.ii fflwhioh anc Will bo glad to receive all .name TO JUJKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best,, o o iiv of her Ellieon. hibit here. This is a show of wluciitbe fceli privilege or righta.of a fel old pupils, and any others desiring to at- requirebut a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the A'Mcciasl we havo Heard mucii,anu wuai uiow.b.,;norf uiat be ever deliberately tend Parents who intend sendine chil- - clainrtfith the proof is a more diilicult matter. None of my would-b- e hmiW 3STEW have heard.nas been invanauo ma n. f(lrtt!nn!lllv. wronEod anv one Ifdron will plea3esend them, if possible, on rivalsetcr dare attempt to show in what resjiect their goods are "the MEOIGINIESI . , ., .. ., ,i,or!ftheoneninKday of echool. There will be its favor. Those Who have SCCIlS, - . this evening, some other evening," is what they say when i teteWING MACHINES BhotllInsiC tanghtin eonnection tvith the aehool. bcst.'Jj$'Not any solid reason for it speak of its being the best w S askedw give their claim, that they keep "the best" Tho Padncah Standard an the road, and say that the ... trmitMinm tnr TO11P - -- ""- -- -goodi. iThis is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish A.ITX3 iioances that Col. Hon ry Houston, mances aro all firstclass. AmonM""-,, JLiOSt, LiOSC, V , ; , .t , 3TI)-. . i$ :!. t laun iuruiHi4iiait,iuiurjwr.Hh.cjzri Sato 'A.. ... i.k. to maXrtihem go by "blowing," but it is not my way SiiSgfleregSmJwtff ! PewlhamH., !n the ftTdatv tor 'dutyTantTcharitr ' for ail.lronare-rnoPP- . fcH T" irlin n.n lib- "okman. Xhe finder s one for ita realization and such i.:j political editor" of that staunch h .a w'- iiiiaii- - iiirii.iiiiiiuiiiiiui n menuan Surely, surely, such creed ouiov.&ut-vo- f ICrneu WJ ueuvering will beat me M-p-r 1 " Y Bame """ and deed.&Hi"1-- ' TOILET ARTICLES Democratic paper, tho Paducah vuicu. Kin proaipieu oy none uiner man 1110 trueatl"""'"1-tJLtaaJBesSatf nJea 3rr. W. II. Griswcll, of Hews. We always had hope that nnd recogniUon of the Great Creator . . M r T &'o &e.) && Houston would finally return to ander Station, Ivy., who wasishotg is in fact, the kinship of tho soul to iuJMAMlIOT.LL CAVE ! i? the tKinn- that tells, nnd I nronoso n1nn1?pnf J3T.nW T7?TnVfi-S&c, &c. ?&c. Iris first love tho grand old Dem- in tho bowels n few tiaVK :l70. lVi?uu; "uu sium homo oriuouoztB wtlJfirclas3 Goods. This is the point and escencc of this discourse, a ?t. "1Li?'s'8tL,i."lJn ocratic party. GREAT NATURAL Kuieasiuts wuicii lis me andphakes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you 8Prcscriptio filled al any hour, day or night. Ring night bell aftar i0 b'clook t.wnaint-n,.mi Jitdgo J. M. Bigger is being uueuruuu Biaiu. xiu biiuers i.iif,i... .un VifUlMUIin. know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want P. M. tensely from heat, being tfae'K enjoyraenta belong to solicited by many friends through-oa-t 0(1 to Ho almost in one position allfsoul that lived nnd loved truth-- to thatS truth thefjpive nie a call and I will show you. "Write for ninh fioa ina in the district to become a can thO your frienda to visit thi, mtcrfinr- amialso agent for the time. He is far from beillrIhougb. RroP,n? ia. darkness as to tho Diamond Sewing Machine, the didate for Judge of the Superior OUt Of danger, though his physi-- f .. nof?blo ? ,0Ted ,ts icllawa andlovcdCavo. Season ticket to Cave free to sum ladfdsSfriend. peart at tho election in August wWH. iKUitr uoaniprs. hninn nni 4. ....... aa K. B. I alo have the best stock of "O'ndertaker's Goods, and will dunext. It is very likely ho will en- cians and friends have great hopes gknown. Thermometer 56 degrees at the of his recovery. Tho ball is still of Cave. A good band in attend- - plicate SSTL 0 W PRICESrv Customers politely served on short nogmoutU ter the arena if tho Legislature at somewhero in his bod3, but Hi XEMORIAsr. .. the riuicD. tice Store across the street from Holcombe's new drug store. approaching session continues its JanlcsA- - Voa,r b0a,ln S'and s surgeons locate Y. C, COMSTOCK, tho court, which is not all improb- Tonrc ,c cannot tn hn it. Will-fcounty, Vo., Dec 8th, 1818. HeJ ItcspecthiUy, Leasee Mammoth Cave Hotel, ....... .u..ri.w-- . -. nnnnil """"""lugrcmoTcd to Hickman, Ivy., Jan, 4J3, I8S4.J able. Paducah Ifews. Cave City, Ky. .... w..v ... .,.. , no wa3 miten wim enma ine 101- The old, popular and always reliablD4HardwarekoUse o! The Constitutional Conven- fired, cannot bo located. uiui 'iwgvruerc July and died of consumption July rPadu?lowinc gi2, 18S5. tion was defeated Monday, in this cab Standard. Saddlery aijd Harness . Tlie Gcceaseu, uiouxn out a short time a State, by the usual vote, and the 0I t,iat cmraun,tJi bad gamed tho usual reasons are assigned for the A SIlOIV Woriliy Of JPatr0U-ScltlzcKresrisci aim csitxui ui un. j.eit;r una u nrrl defeat. It will never bo other SI tine. parent more Iov SDi MMMirD 0. husband more Has a splendid stock of the Very best makes bf all kind3 of Hardward FADIDIOO JitfJ in it?f TpSai wise, until the two great political 0C A show that keens its nrnincntitnc. friend mora true, neighbor more kinder L.U lUlJlL.ll nil 111 00 ) l "-iiaj iei y&&iq) which are offered at parties, in State Convention tell with the poople, and that does! citizen more .iti. At the time of hh jj with, his eon, James h.s-the people what changes thoy de- not deceive them with false ron- - eath he was living tenderly watched overM wchtaoti of , opposite uouncr vmcex Goalder. Ho waa RY sire ana what changes they will rcsentations, deserves patronage and cared for by his children who were 3 UIQKMA2T, SUCCESSORS TO oppose. WELL selected slock of Saddles and and will always command it. Such 3 with him during his illness. He leaves sixl A and nine grnndchiuiren to monma XJL Harness. isew wori made to order. "r-:CoS and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed in Burglars entered the residence a show is Wallace & 0I lIlcm wcre Prefeni trill ia li?his 0RS- Ail trann trvftir nlnCA RflVrfwaen Prompt attention given to w "'tW.I. be exactly as represented. of Mr. JE. Case, West Hickman, crlo and Circus, which r hta mnf.tinr. . l , j. v r .."" El."Hlv a -.- m tit "sr rfa Wednesday night, but did not Hickman, Ky., on DEALERS I3ST Mrs. J. W. Uland.ot West Point,?? cuilUtt),3j. ughter, SV: l. lie often called for her during hisnf sneceed in getting any booty. We August 12th , 18S3. i.;.i iT u .1.. iGS.MEUlCINJiS, tiOOKS, 8TATIO.VARV, and Schdol Supplier. illnei and sent t. messages 01of love. r. o lhal wcll knnwn ttn . AM,Ant Wflrt. Fancy GOODS, TOYd. and HCTORES. DRDClniTS hear that there has been several ifc. was ine Farrift, itself SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, other attempts at burglary in town In thia county, on Aug. 4th, Mr. J. "W.gbut protessed not incnioerauring cnurcu,5'lnatl Uncle Dobgood and irliich ofwork, ia jus iasigB guamutee of AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. conversion faithful recently enough to warn our Caldwell to Miss Maggie Alexander cave fcufTicient .. evidenoa thati nnrOl WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. .. V,'A t f .I imiiii 4 . J ninii . it uiiixun fltltM people that tho thieves aro at work, Saii. . l . j icnu nui colokbd. ctnpiojctl. but R WMOOREcanbofoundat Dr. FA RIS Office, to attend night calls at Moore & T1 The best roof for the least monev. Exncricncell workmfefi and pnt citizens on tiieir guard. On Aug. 1st, Taos. Paelpa to ,vf Gthe bereaved sobs and daughters,we, w LOWER and LOWER. will give spe attention-ouattie,fa .hose without hone, for if builders esrteciallv desired, as this house JL11U The sooner somo of these thioves Butler. gtheni, are faithtui, we suati ciasp 1113 nanuj AH kinds of Uroceries hams, sides, &c. cial inducements Correspondence solicited: are caught, (with a load of buek-hotOn Aug. lei Solomon Carr to iJelthaV.on the further anore. r as oncap as the cheapest, I will not be Hi . the better. Donald. w, ijjso. M- - ISliEVAJSVi. Wjsjt 1'oist, V, July A M RuudersoW. JOHN WITTiJfff. i.t 'm-Sie lino will bo very expensive. It was ralbor odd that of all Xhe offices in the State the s should have selected juatsr the Treasurer for which power ,C01"1. What legislative What lias thetate Treasurer? lias lie to uo'vi. ie;., i.. . loons or prevewng the sale of spirits f Prohi-";onist."1 !.,,.,,; a DSAI'BB ESS m jj-w w-j- & jT( 1& DUTJOsi Trusses re-op- CX-B- .. -- m - HOME 0po , j . - I i .A : ...v.. aeKi-'Cieu .. . i PAINT -- i tii e- - - r - !Alex-5l0v- -- HaA w - uink. L m-i- s, tiftSBAMaiCA'S un-trof n COinpoll-gandit- s 1 light-runni- ng . L RSLIABIiIi. oj&'m f .- finmftn-,feQu- a E. T. GARDE. itr n ... i 1 Monnf-iscliildrc- n ,i.i 1 .. ra p. B'oetune coMPLisrir. .- - 1 ...:., r , S;rL-np?an- d ww ta j -- a. m i - 1 11 - l PRICE ROOFING. W&: j) i PiE3SORIPT103rS SPECIALTY' J. -- r-r i A 0 i M .r., f & Tr II Y ; !ak ,. r r i fit t eiiii. '"vf . Mel tor Uoh! gniuigcs. THE ELECTION Snake Slory, &2g!il. ;a. A DjvmImiik altir. public never nnikes a greater. SGHBOEDBB, m lint what has told nfost ajrainst The 11 I when it economises HICKMAN PRECINCT. Jgfj i,Vc don't tell BliakO StOHCS of-- ll lull S m1 Ulr1 the Democrats press af Iho coun- mistf.ko than or ffking low salaries. Vag 53BaVui,Eail J Fm bj Frank on Grunt. try, and in favor of ! Kc;uMf-- '' Thoredncing politician in State Fox, 30,HtHlr ficitSHnr Tate, oiuffitnn ' lmt. wlmn a snako n comes ,to ... FASniOSTABIiE "111 it aonigo ilift trout with two periccuy tie Gen. FrauSv Clteaflinm thus! can prt'88, jfl tho xgency ol tho siflairs, commences hi canvas for For State Senator White. 1051 velopcd heads and four sparkling general go eminent. ' SHADOW BEFORE- is J!ot CAST Ioko at tlio Nasliivllo mooting: generally known that ir almost tho next race by offering a bill and Albritton, 51 ; Landrum, 50. eyes fixed in their proper places B00SUNDH11MHEE at For JtejinscHtttiUi Oliver, 17'J. with mathematical precision then making a spcccli on reducing the in honor of Grant: every post-ofllc- c h, Ji w . as clmirmnii tho go eminent has oiic or more I judges' salaries or rouio other sal Rennick, G'J. 0 think Dyer county should go to SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow I am licroto-nigli- t economy For Jailer Wallace, 209; Bur. the world on her recoid. Wc and Troy Aenu, Enst llickmnn, K) ,' is a new oUiciuiH that arc agents, directly aries7 antl HIS men ui liVillin;? sacrifice. It cuting down RSaijfaction guaranteed. tiling to me. It 80 liappctul tliat or indirectly, for ll0publicau pa- nover reaches bej ond absolutely hart, So ; Silvertooth, 7 ; Kimbro, 7- '- have a snake story right, and it is April. Such men are Thomas, 5. an o'er true tale. The other day personal acciuaintniiet pers. Tliero is harilh a country salaries. I iiad short p pitied. Thoy really supposo Tho vote in this precinct wxs Johnny Claiborne went whistling in which there arc not to be econonvy. with tho dcccascll; it was Bhort; but post-oflic- c unusually small. In the Jailer's, through the woods, on the old this is must sav I was very much im- displaced advertisements of I The best economy in the world race 373 votes were cast, and onlv ltogers place, just four miles from THE BARTER GR0CERY- in mi acquainpressed with him papers, ami there is a salary. Men pVersburg, ho encountered a mouths under peculiar marked absence of thnKP.of Dem is an attractive managoment oflong tance, of t wo im- the J. M. MONTGOMERY, circumstances. Tno man's history ocratic ones. The ,n0ll who liavoj trained tobusiness, and who havo that 13S declined , . to vote. The nake, three feet long and as big r Mn. lo bis friends and the pubiio tLat I m nmtniit as a man's wrist. John ELEHIANTS, siuiiu is irue ior oiaio .treasurer around has now gone, out over tho world. managed ami controlled tho be has opened a new and fresh supply of gtato Senator, showing 130 iSlled that snako with a stick, and HOUSES, Bhowii their qualifications for bus-;an- u 1 was on tho other aide, and rockon for the past twenty-fou- r THE CROWNING. all kinds of Family GROcraiEs, wluoh ho little CAMELS. will sell as low as the lowest. Ho is rev every confederate soldier living years havo not been interested in illCSS 011 a laigo tscaie, cuniiui mm and 101 short of tho vote nolleil at tho first blow, thirty-liv- e DONKEYS, snakes, by actual count, ran out of CLIMAX OF ALL1 djr at all limes to exchange Oroceries al JOKDAN PRECINCT. road tho terms of sur- the success of Democratic papers. will not entertain a proposition to today that busito other cash prices for Bulter, Eggs, Chickens, or LIONS, its mouth. Tho one with two heads render granted LcoatAppamottox Their interests havo been in tho to attend low salary. people's but For Stale Treasurer Tate, any kind of marketing that the farming TIGERS, Nothing rTUEFDNl ness at a love, him for other direction. was captuied, but it died after be' will say that thoy 14. HYENAS, THE FROLIC I friends may bring in. The highest mar If a farmer first-ratmen can't bo had without It was then t!io8c terms. JApplause It was n comys in and oxprcsscB a desire, LEOPARDS, ket price always paid. for Slate Senator White, 90. ing kept a day.which condition put BUFFALOES, salaries. iiualcobol, 111 it years'" war, and I reckon or probably he is asked, to sub- - first-rat- e WEIRD WONDERS long four J. M. 3IONTQOMERT & BRQ,- Albrittou, 28 ; Landrum, 2. DOCS, was brought' to town and shown There is not a State in this Union r.vpn- - man in it was clad when it scnuo For Representative Oliver, 15: ior a city paper, tho postMONKEYS, OF tows and many other people. Tho ETC., ended. Thoso terms where, sucli master can get Biich and such an where niggardly salaries aro paid Rennick, 13. judges that tho pcoplo aro not 1 heifha which joined the body WILD ElC, ETC.IN k'.,r- .lr,;l..r :ib I no vr heard ofbefore iu history. one for him, usually a Republican tho Tlncli.irf OO . DEASrS OLD OCSAKf SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Uc told the boys to tako horses one, or with Republican leanings, pnjiug for it in warrants on tho lace, 23; Kimbro, 7; Sil vertooth,,3s nlmnt the neck, wore perfect as VIVID GROUPS. WPSQ i.wUWfc.'.VFrgTr' Mj? CBjHjffl up into tho alsqjwcrothe oyes. This is a plain, and sido arms and go homo. I but ho never has tho blanks, con- - treasury, which run unvarnished tale, honest as tho & took thrco homo myself, and but enieuccs or desire to got a Dem- hundreds of thousands. And, if For LODGTON PRECINCT. State Treasurer Tate, peoplo could just see the difdays long, and we don't want any KENTUCKY STREET, for those horses I doubt if tho ocratic paper for blm. So it is the of offthe profession to bo throwing hoys would have made, any thing with men who are undecided in ference in a State wth a set of in- Fox, S. constantly as bacd for h3j KEEPS sale For Slate Senator White, 83: "jiinjams" at us, oithor. ferior lawyers as attorn oy generals, to live on tho next year. I wish every locality. They me thus led HORSES, BDGOIZa aad HACKS, 1 and Stato wherctho best AND GRAND MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL I was a speaker I could say more. to read Republican literature and held atho offices, they wouldlawyers Albrittou, 31 ; Landrum, G. 106; An I'ftjiiNt Accuntlon. Hairing purchased the stable, hoi fit; rcalizo For FeprescntativL Oliver, more I try tho are finally made good, steadfast I cannot speak; tho and entire outfit of W. O. Piunme r : AJnirly negro was brought be- - Will Exhibit at Hickman, Ky., Wednesday, August 12, 1885. more I fail: but I have Bald a good Republicans. Hero wtJiavo had what terrible mistakes they some- Ronniek. 29. Kimbro", 100 Exponents of Axt Science and Humor. ATri&eof Lsriat Throwing Indta&e. 12 we propose to contlau lb bntlafa. qjH Tegouer, accused of For Jailer .113 intlA'Tu(1S solicit patronage deal in snyiug a little. ApplauBO.j aiLasrcncv for AUfljaWTfa: TtSafctUoJ times make. Clowns of all nations. 0 Bands of Soul Entrancing Mtuio. ancy hart, 22; Silvortoofii, 12; flfo DAY AND DATE, AUGUST XUtUrVtei Republican press flftiWHs been "It is a shamo dot a bite strong A Good G11 H2nn. 1; Wallace, 0. MoreJSflccfiveTIjaik i'rolai-biUo- u. almost irresistible. '1 lie governman liko 3011 should bo guilty of W. DIESTELBRIEK SASSAFRAS PRECINCT. ment may t havo sanctioned it, Tho death of Sir Moses Monte- so mooch idleness." - grown' into a common For State Treasurer Tate, 30 lioro deprives tho world of a man AlUnU Comtltutlon. but it ha"Idleness, Boss?" Iu ancient Mexico tho people custoi. Tho Democratic press who was 0110 of tho most eminent1 Fox, 0. "Yes, you never irot some steady knew nothing of prohibition and of uiq country naturally seeks a exemplars of virtues that aro bo-- ' For State Senator Whito, 20; ''employments." local option methods, but they change Having won a victory, niguant ami beautiful in any race, Albrittou, 10; Landrum, 0. "Go slow, Boss. You am doiu7 hud a summary way of punishing thoy with good rcason'tloinand the in any land, and in any condition, j For Representative Oliver, 21: mo injustice. I has worked for Tho Fall Session will commence TVTO poc k nacxj ail rttcfe& bp4 no t do las' two yoahs." drunkenness. If an oflicor or a removal of Republican postmas- Ho was not a hero, nor a warrior, .UCUUICK, IV. trouble to show gooda. For Jailer Wallace, 4; Busharf, ters, who, as a class, have busied nor a statesman. IIo was neither man of distinction got drunk ho "Where vas dot?" ndome and est, at the ocrncf ol Tcoy MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, penlten-shiar- y was themselves to interfere with their philosopher, nor poot, nor author. 25; Kimbro, 2. was hanged, and his body "At Huntsville, in de and Moboow Ateauo. Easl Ilickmc Kj the CAYCE PRECINCT. for stoalin' a hoss." then dragged along a public high- business. They demand will ap- IIo was simply a private citizen, And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences men who not blessed with liberal means; and all way and thrown into tho river. pointment of For State Treasurer Tate, 8S: givo that ho did but A of ITcw OrIf tho drunkard belonged to tho retaliate,fair men ""who willstrug- individual. was done as a private Fox, 7. f leanscolored prcachor sees indicaHis benefactions and chance in their Bold into them a asserts that ho lower classes he was MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, 78: fAMILY UROCERY For Slate Senator tion of decay in tho whito race. and gle for business. What portion labors for his oppressed raco woro White, 32; Landrum,Albritton, slavery for tho iirst offense, 1. f He warns tho "young and vigorous merchants, grocery-- i liberal, aud kent un through tho Continuing Five Months. for the second ho was hanged. of drv croods For Representative Oliver, 100; negro raco,' not to amalgamato , H. C. in any ordinary lino It was tho theory of tho Mexican men or men would succeed if thoy whole active part of his long life; Rennick,?. Tho course ol atudy. including thorough primary work In English branclisij. Mathe(DAVIS OLD STAKDJ took in of business and his rapidly degenerating matics, Latin, Grook, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Pentunnzhip, law that tho offender who was tho For Jailer Wallaco, 31; Baa- - with the All kinds of on every i others besides Hebrews as benc-postCaucasian. YVhoop-oo- ! highest in rank merited tho most had at every post-oflicMusic, Drawing and Calisthenics. car a paid government ficiaries of his bounty, no was a hart, 74 ; Kimbro, 3 ; Silvertooth, 9. punishment. Under such Btudenta for college, and young STAPLE AND Kaj.ocial attention la dovottd to the preparation of vigorous fANCY GROCERIES FDLTON PRECINCT. a code of laws drunkenness was agent in the interest of their com-- j striking illustration of tho good a President Cleveland and his men for LuninoM. a are no other rich man can do when his heart is Treasurer Tate, 149: Cnbinot will attend tho funeral For State a8ually kepi la a &i Ut of very rare ocenrrenco among petitors. There fdsiKRea.. of business on prloe?. moil who ...... wnnned with Rvmnnthv fortho do- - Fox. CI. ,, : ceremonies in honor of General the ancient Mexicans. All that . For State Senator Albritton, 14S; Grant. Tho President will afterhowever, was in a state of would succeed any better than stitute and suffering. Sir Moses & FMfCT CAJfDJSS, f Democratic newspaper men with was nearly 101 years old. no was Whito, 70 ; Landrum, 40. TUITION: barbarism. In these civilized MIXCE-KEAward enjoy a brief vacation in the PlCKJLESi p0r Representative Oliver, 19G; Adirondack mountains. 15 years old when Washington j days tho modern Mexican gets as such agencies. ?3 00 CRkXBKKRIBSi IIOXWZ, QBtyJ Primary Pupile per month battle of KCnnick,5S. died, and 30 when tlio 4 00 drunk as a "bilcd owl," and nothIntermediate s OHIO DEMOCRATS. .... 6 00 Gen. Fitzhngh Leo is the Dem- Advanocd Waterloo was fought. Four such j yor Jailer Wallaco, G9; ing is thought of it. m- -. -- mr arm. would carry us back to the hart, 13; Kimbro, 80; Silvcrtootff, ocratic nominee for Governor of m mi. y PAYABLE ffltOSTlUiY 1ST ADVAKCK. 2Sew-YorVirginia, and John S. Wiso, a rendiscovery 01 America: jmu om y . 'mourns, no. Tho Star takes a sen- Flio Party United and Success Hugar, CoiTecs, Soaps, &&, i O. egade Mahonite, is his Radical opbecomes no one more than a MADRID BEND. sible view of tho situation at Assured. old pcoplo Z"WU1 not be ondersolO. ponent. Of course Leo will bo Hebrew. Thoy nre an For State Treasurer Tate, Washington: Will pay full price for Dulles, Bggfl, $g nlil Hint tliiv ksiw tho bppin- Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1685. Sm elected. The Sun's Washington special L-As to tho thoso says : "The Ohio Democrats havo uings of all that we call history, and j Fox, 0. For State Senator White, 14. who hang around and wait till como to an understanding, and havo lived to sco the history 01 Hickman countj- - gavo RenFor Representative Oliver, 14. comes their way unless tho present arrangement many other great peoples and the distribution nick 505 majoity, and Fultos gavo R. E. MILIST. B. C.VSB. For Jailer Wallace, 13; will probably keep on waiting. is broken Gov. Hoadly will be reclosed up forever. Olivor, 470, leaving Rennick a 1. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Btr.) But they Bhould know, ere this, nominated by acclamation and clear majoity of 119. that tho Administration is in earnThurman will bo returned lEcntfceiiSsiit i:i San Fran- RECAPITULATION THE COUNTY. est; that tho trust reposed in it by to tho Senate in case tho Legislacisco. G en. Chas. Decker, of NashFor Slute Treasurer Tate, 009; ville , since tho death of Tom tho nation is not divisible as partyl ture is Democratic. There is good Frem th Cfelcngo HeraM 129. spoils, and that nothing will bo authority for predicting that all Crimes are daily committed in Fox, Suite Senator Albrittou, 3iG; Thumb, is tho smallest man in tho For jeopardized at WashinptUn for the factious iu tho party have agreed the Chinese quarter that the polico world. CONFECTIONERIES, Fake of gratifying those who are to bury the hatchet and to carry never hear of. it is established i White. 400: Landrum, 111. Wliito'B i i u.H;tnit i:ii Democrats for revenue only. on an aggressive and harmonious bcyond doubt that they have their mJO" "IZJT.X.lZnu.Z V. James W. Tato gets a salary of &3$ Dj3&2 " camp aign. xvu movememsin in- - BCcrct tribunals, which tako the 92,500 and givos a bond tf $300, KN $&s& "T"J rti:..j, ..'; ; tl.oirnwn l..milK. Samuel J. Tilden accepts a posi vor of Converse, Gcddcs, Ward, m . Therlovv "eiixucK, xrj. wu:io ...aJMj, 000. g. & B 1 R r-or -a intimidate j1'0' JatUr -- VViU trice, tion on tho committee to raise U others, aro n. stopped. Thenar-,tllTW- wittiPHHr-.r-o- . aag-yinr- tr j&fc ca command tmm : Bus-wi'"i,wxtoO-rru- Ui; niutr,o,V;.,.,.. fibovr iy ;;.''.'. iw Will S. 2Toit- - "iTork'a twota of tncro is every rcasoii to bcliovo Iate trade: remove witnesses bo-ipoet of tho Courior-Jour-na- l, ...... monument to General Grant a"J flint tlm tnll Democratic vote will .. c jiu : xuum.io, i-. -. rr: i editor 1. r .. "wants to boa steamboat in. r. vf.,,11 .t. mvi tin. ui uiij. tuiuio n.l iooiu,,, , . ... mg. State cnrr-inbo nolled and the iitAiATif rnfnrn nf flllinnRO. f A Pll!- spector. DB XLEU IS 4,I shall havo a melancholy for the party's ticket. na without their conseit. In,horeworo 3S votca ca8t for KZEjSTTUCKY. "Information comes hero that . , in such in woy tauewt-- mjiuuu o , , "738 for stat0 Cards xyiutfio - niin.cnTftlitll J measures as the committee may the Prohibition party never had Biion, 4-nf tllft TlOnulsitlOn ftrni.. AlfU fJU.Q. Treasurer. deviso for the erection of a monu- so much money nor so many good of California. These tribunals aro Nets Scinw, Llne, Xlooki., and nil H ment to commemorate the speakers as now, anil that they controlled by the Seven Compa 9 ..t.Iu.. ao Republican voto nics. innocent men aro irequoiu-l- y constitutional conven H. A-&- R Tho services of Genoral will cnt into the U'"""K 'I'm L1a mill D uppjicc, at a bar gam. urocencaanu rauijr oppIIw een to a very damaging extent. The Grant to our couutrv." ATTORNEYS AT LAW, convicted, and tho tribunal tion received 521 votes in this erally. efforts of the Republicans to res- sometimos enforcos its sontenco county-- a mojoty of votes cast. IIICKMAIT, - - - KENTUCKY. Somo nowspaper correspondent urrect tho bloody shirt havo fallen by hiring a malefactor to assassito all busincsaen! rusted represents Cleveland as doing a flat, and the only real danger to nate the condemned one. Offers HOW TO SjVE WNEY W'lLLnttend Our Food Crops. lies in tho wool of these rewards aro posted in publittle swearing at the fellows who the Democrats Office Furniture Factory. Wo are Wholesale Headqn&r&j jot go to Washington, pnt up at the question, in which the Republi- lic places. The stubborn refusal of wheat nov8.'78 jj gradea of ALSO KEEPS best hotels and go to drinking cans will find a strong argument Christianity could not bo expect- to "go up" to stiff prices in tho whisky and thiuk they aro secur- iu some sections of tho State. ed to make much headway amid presence of a shortago of 100,000, GIfiWlX,SWBW TOBACCO wiOis ,kTho administration takes a pe such a people, and the committee 000 bushels in tho crop of this A.. --tV. FA-HIS- ing offices under tho administraand will Job to dcalerd only at Fa tion. It is said that Grover claims culiar interest in tho success of; wont to tho unnecessary pains to year as compared with that of last ft nri rM - Ian n PHYSICAL AfID SURUEON, 1 imrty at tho coming election,! u Tiinmrii two miBsion year, is a forcible reminder of the that ho does not appoint such tho men, but appoints tho men who as Ohio will be tho first State to. i,ous08 ilftVo been the scenes of interesting fact nhich many per- HICKMAN, (Kear Railroad DepoQ Os&Ul Scotch ui Imm Seotd Siu5, KENTUCKY stay at home and attend to their sneak after tho new regime began. earnest labors, one; of them lor son aro inclined to overlook, that the bee in the market. We also kep private business. If o great dissatisfaction exists in seventeen years, only 115 China- wheat is not tho only great staple hla Trofosslonftl Services to constantly on hand 5 cboloe ecfettioo mo uugiowai! men havo been converted to article of food raised in this couu- OFFERS tnc estate respecting of Hicknan and Tloinlty. of janlG-'STho man who has concluded of government patronage, and Christianity. Heathenism is vic- trv. Our wheat figures prominent FAMILY GROCEBIFA nover to put another dollar into there is a disposition on all sides torious. ly in the export trade, and this COKFECTIONRRIB8, any enterprise or schemo outside to be friendly and to bring to tho AND FRUITS. gives it commercial importance; strength." L. R A N D L E. Tho Internal Itovcnuo System. of tho business he controlsand un- polls the full partyrm which we willnell very low for the cwh. but there is ono crop far more im- C. i Flcaec call and see us. derstands, has adopted a safo rule, Tho internal rcvonue question portant and valuable than wheat, MANUFACTURERS OP A Georgia Candidate for Pres- is now fairly up for tho considera which figures but little in tho ox- probably suggested by a bitter ATTORNEY Ar LAW FUUJA &. DcBOW. experience, that for a dollar so inident. tion of the southern people, who port trado Indiau corn; and its vested ho very raroly gets back 1 real Special Hotice operation affected It would bo a strange thing to aro more pooplo ofby its other por- is strikingly exhibited keep- Collector, Real Estate Agent cent. any importanco just now in than tho All persons indebted to the firm of Don see a Southern Stato furnisli tho tion of the country. Wo havo not ing down the price of wheat durant & Drewry, will plcaec como forward is Baid to bo a marked next Prohibition candidato for been able thus far to givo it that m tho presence of a fulling off iu HICKMAN, KY. at an early day, and make nettlement. There Office at E. Collins' drag Htore Alexander disposition on tho part of tourists President. But it is not improba- attention it deserves as ono ot tho tho yield. Given a largo corn crop, VST Will attend promptly to all busl & Maxwell's old stand. this year to savo their travelling ble. There are swarms of Prohi- vital questions with which tho such as wo now havo in sight, nd nesa entrusted him in Southwealort BONDURAHT & DREWRX, bitionists in Georgia, and thoy aro Democracy will havo to deal in high prices for wheat aro almost Kentuchy and Northweatern Tcnneaece expenses by realizing on tho difHickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 18S5. tt ference between cheap boarding actually talking about Gov. 1SS8. tho near future. There is no es- impossible: for corn is a bread. Spocialattcntion given totheinvostiga for tho Presidency in tion of Land titles, and tho purchase housekeeping. and. expensivo T Jan8 and has caping it, and henco it becomes material as well as wheat, and Tho boarding-house-s at the resorts Colonittis a Domocrat tho move the duty of tho press of tho coun- much moro bosidos:it means meat sale of Real Eatato. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. nart in aro full and the big hotels empty. taken an active try to afford tho peoplo all tho en- a wen :m oreau, uucauso it is con4 mont reported so successful, of RESIDENCE, NEW DAILY. possiblo, so meat. And there is ONE SUBURBAN Rooms, Two' aboat , Chicago, Cincinnati establishing prohibition in Geor-ri- a lightenmentleap in tho that there vertible into crop moro valuablo CisAcrrn. Six New York-dark, but still another shall bo no terns, Good Well,'8pring, Btalles, Orchard, bv tho aironcv of local option. an intelligent doaling. with tho than wheat hay: aud the hay yield KARHVIIiij: UKlOS. and one or two other points havo TIIE &c Apply to about on toot movements to erect stnt-ue- s What is tho strangest part meets question. GEO. N. HELM. aB well as tho corn yield this year i Tho editorial and business staff of Tnc mn-- .mii mayll88S-6t- n Hioksaan, Ky. to the memory of Gen. Grant. Georgia prohibition is thatit when will bo very largo. Potatoes, too, Ufiox will be composed of trained jour- . . n. milk uv ti. ......I.J cuuucucu .Tim Chicago promises to have the first with "Utile opposition, and does Zot for MnilBny. constitute a largo part ot tho Iiv nausts wno navo oceuyoars, and who havo From Bowling Grseu Times monument, but JJow York will once voted in a county, it ing of tho masses of our peoplo-- s American for many paper on account of withdrawn from that vo no violations BlCKMAN HARBLE WORK S place overthOTemainsof the hero its work; there DOtatoes l n tho iiorthaiid Both of tho Padncah papers into tho hands nuiotly close seem "disinclined" to tako kindly Irish .....I rmnnt .nn4nr. tn it.1 ifs passingown and control of the parlies of it. The saloon3 T.. the Nashville the handsomest. w'ho now up, and that Is the end of them. to tho proposition of Judge Lind- South; and this crop is abundant JForW. The same principles they have HICKMAN, KT. 1 d An Atlanta letter to the Augusta say to offer for tho Senate, and tlio present season. These throe advocated in the American they will conEeil, the north-weThe Union. advocate DEAI.EX I " in surrectiouist, has been convict- Chronicle says : "In small towuS we know a "hustler" in tho same products, corn, hay and potatoes, tinue topurpose ofinthe publishers of Tne "L The . ed aud sentenced to be hanged. where polico aro few and peaco is jn tbo pcrson 0f nenry arc consumeu aunosi exclusively Usios will be to make it the groggery has had to The date of hisexcution wasfixod A Live, Progressive Exponent of DemwiiP wiu do some lively work at home, and when thoy aro abund- OSAtSK IS suspend. In the couiftry where in that section to down the dis- ant mere cannot uo a mgii price ocratic Sentiment. for the 18th of September, but tho queen in the meantime will be the laborer was demoralized, the tinguished Judge in his Senato- - for wheats except as tho result of Opposed to Machine Politics and tho Italian and Axkrioam Masbli, Bosses. groggery lias been closed up r ml asnirations. xuo iruin is Jir. a short crop abroad aud an oxport Rule of Political Building up m. usr., asked to pardon him. 3EBZ3CC? Indusand MONUMENTS, TOMB AKD QSAYX Devoted to the Around colleges and churches the lLln(iSay 'is not a western Ken demand. trial Prosperity of the New South. COMPOUNDED! Fti& ;.. fact, and nnnn nhnnJmirtfl find). 8TONE8. In 1SS4 this State spent $220,000 tmnio niiR tucky man in spirit or Earnest in Advocacy of Tenneasoo'a E6T PRESCRIPTIONS CARh in criminal prosecutions. It is this much may be said, few coun- in tho Janguago ot tuo circus Ttio ClicKapeaKo, oiiio &, South. Commercial, Agricultural, Manufacturing rcoeived fiae lot or Aaer safo to say she never paid out so ties that havo tried prohibition clown wo exclaim, "bring in anHAYING Italian Marble, I am pre and Mineral Development. AveHlcrn ECnilronri. Keeping Fully Abreast of the Times on much for such small returns, ox havo gone back to tho old order. other horse." Wo are for a southpared to fill all orders. Call aad exa This Southern Trunk Lino is on. JM1 tho Loading Questions of tho Day. of eept in her appropriations for tho Probably fifty counties havo clos- ern or western Kentucky man, titled to all it claims in the way ar work. it Will Be a Good of Above Everything, in all the Depart Orders from the country prompt! ed their doors to the liquor traf- but not for Lindsay. support of penal institutions. Profossors ano msiructors. Complete Flftoon Doing tue most uirect and commo Newspaper, may it) fic." The same writer thinks that ieiegrnpnic, iirlcnliaral and Mechanical, Sclsilifis, tigineering, ClassiesI lar dious route to all points which its ments orIntelligence. uenerai, .ucai ana mail steamers have "high license Beoms'tho best and Tho Pacific Oawmsrslal Goarsa of Study. Market School, Hilit2ry Tactics 2nd Tho cholera continues its nnited to boycott the govermout most practical remedy for cities." ravagos in Spain with unabated connections enables it to roach. It will be seen that tho Subscription RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. as the made ns -- COUNTY APPOINT. has for rcfasing to subsidise them. Tho teetotal policy which works virulence Tho officially reported To Louisville, Cincinnati, Wash Price Cost been publishing Low First-Clas- s Ac ' '" n uincr iniormaiion of 25cts Lower than the Low( ington, Baltimore and all eastern tnal Fall tenn bcrifi Kept. Otlt. I9S They decline to carry mail to any bo successfully and happily Jn deaths now reach nearly a thous K.XTERSOM, IU... IKlngtou, Kentucky. Add rets cities it is tho direct line Journal will permit. seaboard Georgia would not, perhaps, bo point for the rates offered. I haye bo oletk txpnsss bo soc're We ask tho support of all who dcBiro The provinces where it i from this section. it is tno boo, Anti Machine equally snccessfulJn tho mixod and daily. deadly aro panic-stricic- and pay cask for all ay Grocerii aBO that nn Honest, rages most Hue r0uto to Toxas, Arkansas am Democratic Paper should bo published horofore oaa sell as cheap as tK&em Columbian populations of thefsiatcs of tho en The rebelliou in tho to an extreme xnai causes iuu i tj10 goutiiwest IMPORTANT! at. BestbrBdsofWHlenbertdLea Commissioners Kotlcc, and sustained in this city. republic has been crushed out. Xorth ; but tho Gwrgia example dead to be abandoned, and all orA B. P. Mitchell, Esq., General The torms of The Usios are: tar Flour, 26 otRla ckeapeT ipTTlNG. ?' nas nail ono in Persons Imving claims againnt the cs It lasted several month and iu flirt Mnrfli . It goou. effect .toven 11 dinary prudence to bo forgotten. Passenger and Freight Agent JOUN DAILY. t. notifiel lint. ! . wm. , . many respects was damaging to late of O. B. Clark, dcccawl, are lJU aaAaiCIOCM ii. ",u seems not to havo will respond to all By the year......... .............. .. .S8 00 herebvta pre5cnt the panic to me, as Masicopuuiican calumniation of Dom The epidemicheight, notwithstand- Lonisvillo, Ky., the little republic. A SncJaoV for Sale, at the residence o . 4 00 6 months... its as to rates. ., . i ocrats as a ter Commissioner, at my office in HickliquornaHnking party. reached fearful bills of mortality enquiries the late JNO. R.McGEHEE. If not .old . 2 00 man, properly proved, on or before the 3rd o months........ .......... ' FETHE'SJSALOON, ing tho Trains for Memphis pass PaiuV privately ;, before Sept. 5tb, 188o, will be France ban had several cases . 70 Monday .............. .... I month. " in AugnM, 1885, or they will be cah Junction at 9:27 A. m. and wild publicly, on that day. to the highcit According totVe'; Washington daily bulletined.. . 20 barred. of cholera; but the authorities " 1 wcok bidder, together with other Stock, farming p. jr.. arriving at Memphis 8:l0'i correspondent oftjc Louisville . lave suppressed the fact. GEORGE WARREN, iveeklv. implement Black'Smith Tools, &c, &c Times Mr. T. L. JHfo wjjt jf MOt It is now claiinou".tnat tno swneatii 3r. ami i:yo r. 3r. ior JLinnisviHS One year, postage free, in advance SI 00 FRESH BEER conatently oa tep. Ci- " J .. v I t" kI for p'irtioularrt, apply tn Junction at 1:48. A.lilrp9 Speaker Carlisle will be his own appointed ministeoithcr Spain Crop Ol JUSSia JS l J.imuu ,ui leave Paducah 3arand Tobacco, oj'thc Iwat brands Wm.l!. McGEUEE. cereal will ad- r., and 1 p. r., and arrh e in Loii": ,, Patronage Bollcflcd. Fpend your Cash at, PUBLISHING CO. PucreHRofl Ho promises to have a or Austria, be iff&,ii.tatG for the price of that ,m UNION The itlacc to vayce, Fulton County, Ky. uor ll-- tl jf PLAUT IJRO& & CO. I t "in this country. walk-oveisville at G:3o a. m.. anil urn ivsi 21 North Cherry St, Nwkvittc, Tenn vance Governor at cjccUon. fcjTi SHE BOtoKH GQmOKB ress and the !i SVKRTS & GO'S. EM THEIR the-coun- try WALLACE MENAGERIE. a. -- post-offic- es 33-Fo- o - I1SA11 n, mm Faris Parker, v " ;&!&wll'gj ee&oel, family Groceries, ll ! large-heartcdne- ss JUDGE flret-d&s- Book-Keepin- g, c, al --- .... ttft .. J A Bus-live- -.- -- k ac en t ttt 3. MARY CALDWELL. CALDWELL, ofilce-hunter- s, om-pir- es Bqb-har- t, ex-Senat- or CASE & MILLET, 0& 0 J fca-.iy- GROCERIES . ? . , I ". ;V ll 4&Z L - 1 1 1 1 r; -- 3; ?,o , 'Z TJnj-rtSi.n- C 5 CEEAM Jrr"!. ay ice E. CASE, F. eat-isfacti- on ... Professional HICKMAN, ""l U" -- fnmihi .. tran-ecenda- nt T.TYLER. 4 IIIB l f10?I1BI Sf 0BI. DR. DOORS, SASH &c . .- - - O HEUTWECK, BALTZEK & CO., Col-nui- " Hickman, Kentucky. . 1 TME OLD BEL1IABLE CMAS. A. -- st a'f-breo- If, Bur-preciou- s, rugs, mm rjffl " ' and wimwx ft TATi COLLEGE KENTUCKY -"-- rtcerlef Out-spoke- n, ... r-a-o a pi.easawtesort. e r. thcf U 5 ! - " & tt - mj BiiirTirrjrr ' ;lll' . 1'' - e- S- tr P' 4