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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 hic1885081401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Vt'j ' P- - t " !' jm. 37! iZ rii 1 a f 3 THE HICKMAN COURIER. v rtisB i Fine Job Printing PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, ! Oflc-Jack- THE HICKMAN! COURIERI , EXECUTED r.. -- With Neatness and Dispatch; A.IE BILLS, -- .v -- ioa Etreet, next door to City HalL lx .ESTABLISHED 1S59. QEOROE WARREN, Editor. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION. 81.50. rr Tlio Oldest Newspaper in. E.. WoHteru eJM V ciJ-iU-f fcifcj, -- , LETTEK-HEADf- ,' 8ILL-HBAD- 8. rvi. ' - ' 4V 3' as sf- - lieirtuolcy. J."1!? ETC., ETC, OJXcX J&.HT3 S233D TJffft- - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' FRIDAY, AUGUST ef ' ,A , v.r 14, 1SS5. VOL. XX.lfCf 45: Hi I Browne, and Drs. Douglas, Shrady and Sands. Colonel Beck in charge of the regulars commanded his companies, as indicated above, to positions. Company A on and Company E on the loft of the General Grant's Body Laid. Peace.-full- therig;ut Colored men were nt the bridles hearse. horses, sixteen men of of the twenty-fou- r Away. Meade Post, Philadelphia, of u hich General Grant was a member, were almost directly in front of the team of black leaders and the David's Island Band preceded them. Two of Ills Great Lieutenants Honorary A signal was given and theliue.ot coaches Tall Bearers Two of" HI. Foeman Sharo with clergymen moved oft the plaza on to Broadway. The Duty with Tliem. The band stood waiting at the head of the funeral cortege. Colonel Beck advanced to tho head of tho line of black ' New York, August S. At one o'clock horses before tho coach. "Movft on,'? were sword. this morning the gates at the City,, Hall his words of command, with upliftedby colThe leaders stepped forward lead were closed, and the public had taken .its ored men, and in an instant the blak line leave of the dead General. of horses had straightened thoir traces Undertaker Merritt then brushed the and the wheels beneath the remains were The hour was 9:47. The baud glass plates above the body and drew from moving. dirge, their places the two lids which cover the played a guards the tramp of the regulars and honor beat upon tho pavement, . cascer. j.ne lour screws m each were thousands beneath trees and crowding turned down, and the face of the dead had sidpft of thn ftnunr, lnnkivl silentlv on th oeenclosed forever from view, unless there rblack funeral car rolling aver the curb Into. shall in the future come from the family a uroaawav. corridors of the City Hall were The bla"ck request to remove the lids. Then the dead silent and General Grant's lost journey was (was left in care of. the guards, who stood begun. Then, at 9:52, Mayor Grace, CompFerect and silently within the closed iron troller Loew and Aldermen Sanger and Jachue emerged from the City Building cates and beneath the black drapery. and en'ered a carriage that had" drawn up in front- - The members of the Common Council followed and entered carriages, as did also the Police Commission. They followed out Of the plaza as fast as disposed of in carriages, and whon it was 10 o'clock the police lines were withdrawn and the people streamed across the plaza without hindrance. AH night long, carpenters, with saw and hammer, were busy in Broadway, and when, this morning, tho sun climbed up out of the sea and shed its brilliant light upon the dark corners and alleys of tho city, it revealed the presence of liundreds of "hastily-erecte- d reviewing stands from which the great procession could bo seen at VIEWING THE REMALNS. rices ranging all the way from $1 to $10 a The night wore on, and the grey of day- E ead. The decorators, too, had not been light was creeping up the east. The still Idle. On the fronts of- many a great ware air of the tomb-lik- e corridors became heavy house were displayed omblems of mournwith the perfume of withering flowers near ing which were not there tho night before. the dead. A huge piece, "The Gates Ajar," The reviewing stands were located in all had a place at the head of the casket, and sorts of places. Nearly every eiuptystand thesweet smell of the lilies was borne down along the route had been gobbled up by the to those who stood and watched. Great speculators. Some of these were rented horseshoes of red and yellow rosebuds outright, while others contained numbered added their fragrance, and a cross and seats.to be had at the small sum of five dolcrown from Mayor P. C. Latrobe, of Balti- lars each. A"hen at length tho hands of the great more, sent out its quota to the heavy perfume that settled on sepulchral air. But clock of Triuity Church, approached the there was one tribute that bore no fra- hour of 9, Broadway, presented an anigrance except such as will come tenderly mated spectacle. As far as the eye could to the family of the dead. It bore no per- reach the sidewalks were thronged with fume save that which lives in its memories. people. Every train and every steamer This token was a plain wreath of oak poured its load into the great artery of leaves, pinned together with stems of travel. Bronzed faces from the country, and oak leaves and formed in the shape white faces from city counting-room- s of a letter "G." The leaves grew on the offices, and dirtv faces from' the tenement oaks in the forests of Mt. McGregor, and districts were In tho crowd. Rich and fluttered in the mountain breezes while poor, roguo and rascal, "dignitaries and General Grant was dying, and the after- nonentities jostled each other on the curbnoon of Thursday, the dav he died, little stones and sidewalks. Everybody seemed d Julia, his granddnughter, and little Josle, to be and took the jostling Dr. Douglas' child, had gathered the oak and jaranilug as a matter of course. The leaves in the mountain roads. Then, as police tried to keep the people off the the children-prattlethey knit with inno- street, but it was hard work. There were cent fingers and loving hearts the wreath more who wanted to pass along tho walks of oak leaves that than there was width of passage to conis the only tribute that touches the General's casket. The tain them. little ones, their offering finished, had Madison Square was long astir and taken it to Colonel Grant, whose eyes filled troops of sightseers were trailing uo when his daughter said: "Papa, Josie and Twenty-thir- d street as early as half-paI have made this for jrrandpa. and please 1 o'clock, when an oflicer on horseback won't you give It to him?" The Colonel dnshed up to the ladies' entranco of the placed the oaken wreath on the casket, and Fifth Avenue Hotel and, dismounting, took there it rested in Albany and still remains his stand at the door. The pearl-gre- y sash, as the children's offering. denoting au aide of General Hancock was Four o'clock had passed. The gray of across his breast. The oflicer was Colonel dawn had deepened into red. Daylight Hodges, of General Hancock's staff. He was near. The strains of dirpe music crept was followed shortlv hv a on the morning air. At first distant, they gentleman , in . who nroved ,,. , , ... IN THE TOMB. y 1 M -- - good-nature- to-d- st mild-looki- distinct. Then veterans of Meade Post, Philadelphia, 500 strong, came tramping to the dirge music of the trumpets. The east was suffused with tints of orange and dawn was closer the dawn of the funeral day. The veterans entered the plnza and marched past, while the muffled drums timed their footsteps. A heavy gun boomed out toward the sea. The chimes of old Trinity pealed mournful notes, and the sound of muffled drums grew fainter and died away. It was sunrise. The dny was born the last day for the dead upon earth before the tomb should have opened to shelter him. Six o'clock, and "Wilson Post, of Baltimore, marched by with a Chicago organization. The corridors had been picketed by fifteen policemen, while outside 125 more were at rest, under command of two Sergeants. The last guard of the Grant G. A. R. Post, save the thirteen who will attend the body to the tnmb, had been mounted at 5 o'clock. At 0:30 Captain Aft '. Barry and men, of the Seventy-firUegiment, went on duty as the last "military guard before removal. Inspector Steers, with three hours' sleep in as many days, was in charge. "I am awaiting the coming of the military, and shall have 340 men here at 8 o'clock," said the Inspector. Seven o'clock, and the strains of solemn music floated in at the crated iron doors from many directions. Eight o'clock, and nature was putting forth sitmals of au in tensely warm da The crowds grow den- bine-coated .w. j. i m.i.Jini.;n WJUUO .'.iJ.1,. :. j' jj'j, idv,nnMM.w,(r''neiir Thn uuDernaionoi carriage puny, ueuienam- strains of music, slow and sad, grew more Uoionel uuiespie. 1 heir presence attrnctea k )HWJi;iUUW -- military-uniformfcr... . , ill st A- ; I- -' If drums and dirgeful trumpets marched in side and took positions at the east end. The players constituted the David's Island Military Band. At S:50 General Hancock and staff trooped slowly into the plnza from Broadway and presented front to the City Hall, then moving to the end of the plaza in Broadway, "where they rested in the plaza. At this time one hundred members of the Liederkranz Societv filed up to the steps of the City Hall, and, led by four instruments, sang with impressive effect ''Chorus of the Sprirts from Overthe Water," and "Chorus of the Pilgrims Tannhauser." The honor guard of regulars filed into the open space at 0 o'clock. Company "A," Firth Artillery, under Colonel W. B. Beck and Company "E," Twelfth Infantry, under Major Brown, the companies and the guard of regulars under command of Colonel Bark. The regulars took positions beneath the trees opposite the City Hall and stood atrt-st- . Then came the original guard of honor that was ou duty at Mt. McGregor arid which alone should lift the remains. Piling into the corridors of the City Hall they took their places beside the remains, h ann there, under command of John H. Johnson, Senior vice Lmmanacr ot urant Post of G. A. 11., of Brooklyn, the men as they stood were as follows: Left of the casket comrades Corwin, Howaft, McDonald, Squires, Knight and Guillam. Right of catket comrades Tibbitts, McKellar, UdCelvey, Brodie, Collins and Barker. At 9:35 the imposing funeral car was black horses in drawn by twenty-fou- r jblsck trappings. "It halted on the plaza airvctly in front of the City Hall steps. Inside the corridor Commander Johnson was waiting. "Columns in position, right and left," was his command. The veteran guard of honor was erect. "Lift the the next command, in clear .tut low to"hes. The twclvo men stooped to the sQver rails with gloved hands. March !" was the word The body moved. ,Out upon the portico was borne the regains, Commander Johnson immediately at the head. Down the steps, with measured tread, across the open, to tho steps of th black and waiting car. Commander g 'Johnson stepped aside. The glistened as the burial case audits honored burden was carried up and placed upon the dais of the mounted catafalque. The veterans retired down the steps. The body was alone for all to view, but deeply nuurded. Soon the honor guard next to tk hearse on either side took the same relative positions they had maintained to the remains while being borne to the car. The steps were, drawn away from the hearse. Commander Johnson took place in the center, and immediately behind the car. At his left and right in either rear corner of tho car were Comrades Dowing and Orrocby. of Wheeler Post. Saratoga, Next, and directly oehind teas were representatives of the Loyal IrtoHTahreat 'as follows: Ganeral John J.JiiUikan, General C. A. Carleton, Qeorge D. Barton, Lieutenant CoImcI Floyd Clarkson, Lieutenant-Col-oaA. JL Clark and Captain E. Blunt. The clergy and physicians had paid to the remains by alighting from accompanying them nair carriages and car. They then enfxmm the steps to the of ter earriagaa'OB either sideRay. the plaza eac Broadway as follows: liaises, Bishop Potter, Rev. Dr. Csaatars, Rer. Dr. Field, Rev. Dr. rideamaH.ReT. Br. Wat, Bev. Father pashan, Rev. at one an enormous crowd to tho draped entrance to the hotel on Twenty-thir- d street, and tho police were soon called upon! to clear the sidewalk. The crowd then surged around toward the main portal of the hotel, which shortly became impassable. Inside an increasing d throng of and uniformed men blocked every corridor. In the main hall General Sherman,tall, erect and smoking a big cigar, was the center of an admirintr throng. He stood in a group of naval officers, chatting pleasantly with old friends. The party were all in full uni form, and attracted universal attention, that flagged only for a mrment when a file of attendants of tho Jnpanese Minister entered. The big marble hall was completely choked with humanity long before 8 o'clock. all was stir In the big parlors, and bustle. While the President and his Cabinet Ministers were at breakfast In one end of the building, nnd the Graut family quietly preparing for the pageant at the other end, committees, organizations and delegations gathering and getting ready, here, there and everywhere. Budges, sashes, and military orders fouud way for the members in the seemingly inextricable confusion of swarming humanity. In a quiet little parlor off the ladies' parlor, facing tho square, a group of serious men, d most of them and old, but nearly all erect and of vigorous physique, were putting on broad silken sashes of white and black. They were the pallbearers, and were a striking group. General Sherman, summoned up from his friendly confab below, resplendent in military toggery, stood in friendly conversation with a tall man, in whose white mustache and chin beard and soldierly bearing one recognized at a glance the gallant Confederate General Buckner, from whom laurels at Grant wrested hi first hard-wo- n Fort Donelson. General Buckner was in ordinary black citizen's dress. A smaller man, similarly attired. at the other end of tho room, whose gray hairs formed a striking contrast to the leonine mane and fierce black mustache of General Logan, with whom he was talking, was the famous General "Joe" Johnson, the bravest of the brave, who succumbed to General Grant's sword. Hamilton Fish wns not among the He was sick, and the President had appointed A. J. Drexel, of Philadelphia, in Lis stead. At the last moment it was said that Admiral Worden had been in place of Admiral appointed a Rowan. 8 o'clock Colonel Hodges At half-pato their carsummoned the riages. The President's carriage, drawn by six horses, was called up to tne door next, but it had fully an hour to wait. The President had signified his intention of riding with Secretary Bayard. Ho was at that time, having finished his breakfast, quietly conversing in his parlors, on the Cornell and tnird floor,. witlj Robinson, who' had called. In anticipation of his cominc out, an enormous crowd, which the police found, it difficult to manage, gathered opposite tho hotel entrance street, and yells of "Here on Twenty-thir- d they come!" went up every tirno a delegation of Grand Army veterans, a Gubernatorial delegation of a committee of. State delegates, who burrowed in the big hotel apparently in countless numbers, came out. The Grant family were quietly gathered in their parlors overlooking the square.and strangers wero rigidly excluded from tho hall leading to their rooms. Mrs. Grant had not arrived, and it was announced that showould not attend tho funeral, but had concluded to stay at Mt. McGregor. Sho was reported by Dr. Newman to be still weak and ill, though not confined to her gold-lacehall-and s. cray-haire- pall-bearer- s. pall-bear- er st pall-beare- rs silver-mountin- Pay-mayst- er. el re-B- flt Dr.New-MaaVKea- op At 9:20 o'clock President Clevelend called his Cabinet together and arrangements were made for the order In which they wero to leave the hotel to take their places in the procession. The hands on the clock in front bf the hotel pointed to five minutes after 10 o'clock when General Hancock and General Shaler rode under its windows at the head of the procession. The sun was reflected from the maze of glittering gold on the uniforms of their staff as it trooped ''on behind, followed by the regulars, who, In passing, reversed arms, while the bauds played mournful dirges. Along the line of the avenue, where the troops of the First Division National Guard were drawn up, shouldered as the General passed. The regiments of the First Division stretched southward from near Twenty-eight- h street, in a continuous line, on the east side of Fifth avenue! and In the side streets, the Second Battery Captain Earle, mounted, but without guns! occupying the extreme right. On the west e 5 e avenue a continuous line of Grand Army organizations erteaded down as far as the eye reached. Between these Sea of soldiers one side in uniforms, ready to do battle for thir mnn. try, and confidently lookiatr towards the ; the 4aar,aaMl-Ma- rr aaa a gum-wer- e citi-se- a bed. vta, Its work'done, and proudly looking backtreat. With a spontaneity that told of wo crown these remains with a symbol of S&J NEW LABOR SOHEME. .FOREIGN BROKEN UP. ward over tho heroic past passed the long their reverence every man raised his hat as victory." procession, with veiled flags and muffled the first horse came abreast of him, and reRev. J. W. Snyers, Chaplin-in-chiof Extra Session of Congress Propod to Criminal T.w BOr drums, arms reversed, m sadness. the Department of Pennsylvania. G. A. R.. mained Uncovered until tho body passed. Make Lavi to Relieve Workingroen. ., Tho great, silent throng watched is , Successful Raid on a Countor-foitor'- s delivered nn address, after which Rev. II. by from street nnd square, from windows, AT THE TOMB. Ulay Trnmuuu ouered prayer. The bucle Pittsburgh, August 6. Some of the Banco. London, August . WlMMay bo s, balconies and porflies .that Beneath a fir tree nt the crown of the call, "Rest," was then sounded. the nature or thecaupwjfcf oleraIn more prominent leaders of workingmen in Dr. Newman nnd Bishop Harris then road seemed hanging on the air, so daringly knoll rested a small charcoal furnace, and dis the United States have just perfected plans had they been thrust forward from the near it wore the tools and materials with the ritual service for burial of the M. E. Thousand or Horns Half Dollars and ; Marseilles, and whatever Pab looking to a universal ngitatation for an buildings by the sight-seer- s ease in that city may be anxious not to which to seal the leaden lining of the Church. Directly behind the burial party Wagon-Loa- d 3 cf Machinery Confiscated. miss the memorable show. auextra session of Congress to enablo laws to cedar case it to which tho casket and re- stood General Hancock. At his elbow stood lished by the municialaod There was not a foot of spare ground mains ot General Grant should bo placed. President Cleveland, Vico President Henthorities, it Is certain that Ujfemrgo is be passed to relieve the condition of tho anywhere in sight, and how the police Down the slope of the vault was a port- dricks and members of the Cabinet. Near FmiJiDELPjUA, Pens., August 9. John spreading rapidly.aad esdaiwing the workingmen of this country. The movemade way for tho carriages, tho military able furnace, such as is used by workmen the head of the catket, on tho right, Sherthe ment is general among the leaders, and and the marching thousands in citizens' for heating bolts. In a group near by wero man aud Sheridan, In full uulform, were Duffy, alias Dutfeld. alias Snyder, one of lives ot the inhabitants Aro-fl-o- ut drew seemed incomprehensive. But they Ave men, mechanics who should rivet fast uncovered the entire service. At their the most expert counterfeiters in the city ns well as of tracers wfeo y be de- will shortly be placed before all the Trades and JCnlshts of Labor did. Captain Williams swung his club at the steel casket, within which both colli u sides wereex-PresIdenArthur and Hayes United States, was arrested last night by ceived the peril bickbreaes them Unions of the United States. the point at Fifth Avenue and Tweuty-thin- f and cedar box should finally bo preserved. and Senator Sherraan. On the other side Secret Service officers, and a complete there. as to facts thatcotwa,uy,.eme to Assemblies The The prime movers are the editors of street, where the pressure of toe The steel case rested upon two marble of the caskotoppojitewero Admiral Porter, and Greena. throng was greatest, and his presence blocks 2 2 feet high, 3 feet wide, and 18 Fitzhugb LeetlGeifral Gordon and General counterfeiting mill, the largest and most lirht contradict iaet stalneat' made trades-unioBa betray back papers. They will simultaneously elaborate ever found in a counterfeiter's by officials, alone acted like a charm. tho 9; J inches thick. Similar marble blocks had Buckner. which open the agitation in their papers in a few the crowd the utmost good nature lien the reiign s service had ended the possession, was found in his house in been sunk in the floor, flush with the surof condition a e, Everybody made room for y A. Fifth Artillery ofcthe epi- - days, and it Is anticipated that by Sepface, and upon those tho remains of Mrs. trumpeter of Com a suburb of Philadelphia. Two menaces a still furtfeer s; a monster petition will be to "the extent of bis ability, and Grant nro expected to repoe. stonned close tott casket nnd sounded the thousand bogus half dollars, in process of demic The latest ncwcealable tember tho President, compelling present-lb ta ed to him, no harsh words were heard. The showy Soon after ono o'clock drums bent, and tattoo. Little Jul then laid on the coffin manufacture, and nearly 1,000 in coin of facts 13 tho reopenmg4K s Hos- tho .white helmets and cream-colore- d jackets of the blare of trumpets was heard from the a wreath. "ToGrwdnapa." Thejruardol tho same eccssary answer to public opinion, to callthat extra denomination, ready to piuu, wuicn nas been ai Cononce. Twenty -- second Regiment of State troops lower end of tho park. A carriage came honor bore the"rebalns.within the tomb, put in tho market,-- , formed part iin consequence ot the h (Vfiuim J'-w- rease ot session atwill not It U claimed the consid- . ., .. give time Bf ' made a continuous double file fronting the in view. It was General Hancock. He ana at o.u.j o 'cioytt juaceu uieiuviiuiuyer hos- - gressmen labor measures intoregular sesju.nouies at.Binmp;!were ' !tbo,ciolM-a.'SVlttfoi mo capture, J n I i ri.iT m Tmr I hjaplTFajZhe north of it the "First arid was tho oulv occupant, nnd stootl erecu Stool n;ururiuwuiiair'Ul"UWhtM(VUL- m u,au..K ' nnnnnii i in lf the eration ofthat from au extra seasion'wlth .. w ". i sion, and Kor,ltiTirecut5sl iiiiii niiinin of caVnlFwui: asto,i,number y'?dS!iri3""n"tndsotnely mounted, Trooping beliiud him on horseback wero and steel. case then.bciing periorinei ;Ira""In - irtr iffTsrilfn tAl f 'w hit f An results acill ac irfJjSBMMBtBWPfatfr-ttftfcfc- "' herdflonvenue as far as Twenty-eigh- th X. the members of his stair. The General rode dicated above. defy detection by an expert. Ten months the same ratio as atcraw street. "Throughout tho line the crowd was to a point near the tomb. When he The family entered the tomb, remaining ago Duffy came to Philadelphia nnd rented will soon find its accom fMBveralx so densft that its power to exercise pressure alighted ho was met by Superintendonly a few minutes. Tley then sought a small 1.1. houso at Godfley and taxed. j had passed. Where it stood it remained, ent Murray, Commissioner Criramins, and their carriages, and, whn entering, the Wisar streets, in Sunnerville. To the An Aged Lady Suicides In a Cistern, Vienna. Auirust?. Itaniotrars to be do- au inert mass from sheer innbility to move others of the Park Board. General Han- Seventh nnd Twcnty-secoi- d Regiments, in quiet sort of cided that and Emperor Francis " a foot. Even the policemen were walled in cock's staff and aids swept past. There line on the bluff, fired thrie vollevs toward neighbors he appeared like aown business, Joseph will the Czar Kremsler, in Moravia, Vincennes, Ind., August 7. A most disman, who attended to his meet at tressing suicide occurred at Griffin, 111., in and finding their occupation gone, stood were among them General Fitzhtigh Lee the river, after which Battery F, Fifth Arand created no suspicion by his move- about the 24th inst. Artisans nro working years still with the rest, part and parcel of tho and General Gordon, whom General Sheritillery, fired three salvos from the knoll ments. No ono knew what ho did day and night preparing a palace for the which nn aged woman of sixty-fiv- e immovable throng. dan onco mat so warmly in other times toward the hotel. Tho fiinily carriages for a living, but the village gossips reception of tho Imperial visitors. tek her own life. Mrs. Anna Garrett wns At 10:10 precisely the Grant family came and under other circumstances. Upon a drove away, but wero not catof sight when believed him to be a London, August 7. The criminal law at ome with a little girl relative of four-tee- n out of the ladies' entranco in the Fifth commanding slopo one hundred yards persons attempted to defaci the tomb by generally of somo sort. Lights were frecontractor The girl went out in tho garden to amendment bill finally passed tho House Avenue Hotel, and took their carriages. north of General Grant's tomb the stair writing names upon it. A mard of reguseen in the house late at night, of Commons It was tho delay in gathtr beans for dinner. When she reColonel Fred Grant and his wife rodo with officers and aids drew rein beneath a clump lars was mounted at once, the military quently many callers, who always considering this bill which induced the turned she missed tho old lady, and searchand thero wore General Grant's favorite daughter Nellie of spreading trees. marched, and the dignitarii? rodo nwav, appear to lo on a traveling tour, for they ing for her found her a corpse in the cisrevo-latioto (Mrs. Sartoris); U. S. Grant and his wifo Meantime helmets wero glistening, and and the long chapter was enled. Still tho Fall Mall Gazette make its recent tern. No reason is assigned for the act. invariably carried hand-sachel- s. and Senor Romero occupied the next car- plumes wero waving over the blopo to the She was very feeble nnd of a melancholy village folks suspected nothing, nnd as London, August 7. riage together, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grant southward; tho trappings uioii many Duffy .who went under the name of Snyder, here from tho Afghan A dispatch received disposition. She was a sister of Mr. Samsays a col- uel Griffin, a wealthy frontier the third, and the Cramer familj the fourth horses shono in the sunlight; cannon and always paid his bills promptly and never lision between bodies of Afghan and Rusfarmer, with whom carriage. As the caTiages received their lunbors draxvn by horses that were ridden sho lived. grumbled about tho price of anything, ho sian troops is not improbable occupants they rolled away toward the by artillerymen came over the brow of the respect. About six wns treated with that an London. August?. avenue, aud remained there closely wedged southern slope; and orderlies galloped to months ago one of Duffy's old pals, for a alliance offensive and It is statedhas been defensive in and waiting for their turn in the line. and fro, and sabers and accoutrements Gasoline Explosion Kills Four Men. of some years standfancied grievance formed between England nnd China in They had been waiting for more than n clattered and rattled. The regulars and ing, "peached" on his former companPhiladelphia, August & A slight fire, power view of war between the former quarter of an hour before President Clove-lan- d marines, with light Battery F, of the Fifth ion, but did not give the exnet location. caused by an explosion of gasoline, occams out and took his seat in his car- artillery, were coming down tho drive. The house wns discovered after several and Russia. The Morning Post declares curred in a provision defensive has riage with Secretary Bayard. store in Germantown They inarched out upon the slope, where and a "shadow" placed that no alliance offensive or England and weeks' hard work, been , .A four-hors- e yesterday afternoon. Four people were carriage that followed, re- Hancock's staff was halted, and then the on it Meantime Secret Service Agent China. concluded between i. i Kl ceived Vice President Hendricks and his infantry and marines assumed positions of burned by the exploding oil, nnd three of Scanlon had taken Chief of Detectives private secretary. Ahead of them had "rest" in the shade, nnd out upon tlte slope them have since died. John Gansert, a Kelley, of this citv, into bis confidence, "t: gone a number of carriages, following thif toward the Claremont Hotel, which was driver; David RIeber the errand boy-FrGerman Girl Marries a Royal Chinee. nnd he put Detectivo Peter Miller on the Grant family, in the following order: Mrs. covered with black drapery. Rief, an attendnnt, and John Krntz, case. Night and dny from then until the Rawlins-HolmaSt. Paul, Minn., August C Hon. Won also employed at the store, were in tho s, daughter of General Mounted men with plumed helmets; has the house capture wns made Grant's friend and first Secretary of War; with the uniform of the tars; tho U. been constantly watched. Several times Hong, a Celestial laundryman of this city, cellar at the time of the explosion, and all y the General's old staff, in four carriages; S. Marine Corps, with bright uniforms; married Mary Schneider, a.German were severely burned. Rief died during the officers wero on tho point of making a his officers, in four carriages; saddled horses, with riders dismounted, descent, but imt it off for fear tho came girl. The bride is extremely beautiful, nnd tho night, and Rieber and Gansert died detachments from Wheeler ond U. S. but holding their bridle, rein; canou muzmight be frightened off. This evening at C has been in America but six weeks. She this morning. The case of Kratz, who is Grant Posts, G. A. IR., in four carriages; zles thrust from behind the low er bend of years old, is hopeless. o'clock was decided upon as tho proper has been employed as Ironer in Hong's seventy-fou- r Mr. J. W. Drexel and members of the Azt'j -- the hillock j'pyramids of stacked guns, with time, and Detectives Kelley nnd Miller, of laundry. Hong fs a Celestial tec Club, survivors of the Mexican war. j glittering bayonets interlocked; along the Triple Hanging in North Carolina, the city force, Secret Service Agent Scan- with a big bank account, is a descendant of . till 9 Next came the President's carriage, tho drive solid walls of people upon the curblon and United States Deputy Mnrshal the royal family, and his father is Mayor Raleigh, N. C, August 7. The first Vice President and Cabinet in flvo caring; lines of uneasy and bobbing umbrellas; Reuter concealed themselves near the house, of Canton, China. He proposes to give a riages, the members of the Supreme Court, through the trees a vista in which the having previously learned at what time grand banquet at the Hotel Ryan next triple execution in the State In seven yeare TJ. S. Senators, tho Houso Congressional brown and rugged rocks of the Palisades Duffy would make his appearance. When week in honor of tho marriace. occurred at Fayettevillo Three Committee in a scoreof carriages, tho Com- pierced the woods and jutted alwve the he did come Detectivo Miller pulled out a Sr. Paul, Minn., August 7. August men, all convicted of atrocious murders, sk mittee of tho State Legislature in thirty, river; the Hudson, too, glinting and flowreading it. "What is DySaST -warrant and began , - srArthur and Hayes and mem- - ing in the sunlight; so looked the scene tho man inno- Knhn. a friend of the family of Mary wero hanged. They were Joseph O. How tho chargo?" asked who killed JO. U. JUIackman, a the Foreign cently. "Counterfeiting United States Schneider, the German girl who married ard grant's ajt restino tlace. 5rs of their Cabinets; thenand consular northward from the tomb. Seventh Regi' -Tho Twenty-secon- d and diplomatic and Duffy Hon Won Hong, went into Hong's laundry farmer, after robbing; Tom Gee, (colored), reply. tho was money," officers under General Grant's administraments marched up from the east and down and yesterday in company with a policeman. who cut to pieces w ith an axe his white The site chosen fr General Grant's tomb was immediately overpowered paramour, Mary Hughes, and Tom McNeill, by the tomb, and were drawn up In line on is ono of the inostpicturesque spots in the handcuffed. The officers then entered tho tion. These filled tho carriages. CeleJial and took who killed his brother, Simon McNeiJl. Then came the representatives of the the brow of the bluff overlooking the river. country. It is on a. knoll overlooking, aud house and searched it. The second floor They overpowered the is no law against None of tho men mado any confession. the girl away. There different departments of the National GovThe line reached beyond view from the 1IJ0 feet above, th Hudson River. From presented the appearance of a first-clamiscegenation in this State, and as the girl Fully five thousand witnessed tho execuernment. Next came the Governors of tomb around the slope. Tho two regiments it the Hud.Hon.witliits ever changing pano- "'i - j f machine-sho- p. Milling presses, dies and is sixteen years the States with their staffs, nnd the representastacked arms and w ere at rest. So near rama of boats, caube seen for twenty miles stamps, all of the most costly character, Honz Is bound to have marriago Is legal. tion, which was public her back and will i -- 4, tives of various cities. the ledge of tho bluff were tho regiments to the north. To ihe east is the valley of were discovered. It took a big furniture institute suit against tho abductors of his RanSpeaker Carlisle and drawn up that the hundreds of men in Mnnhattnnville aid that portion of New wagon to carry away tho machinery. The wife. Treasury Balances. dall rode with Congressmen Hiscock, of bright uniforms formed aline of silhouettes York City that is testined to be the ultra detectives then went to the ciga- - store of a Washington, D. C, August 7. Treasury New York, and Reed, of Maine. One car- against tho sheen of the broad river in fashionable quarter. To the south can be man named Sassuman, at Ridge avenue balances riage held Congressmen John D. Long, of which the afternoon sun was reflected. seon tlitf harbor of New York, and looking and Master Street, nnd took the proprietor Gold coin and bullion, An Und rmined Building Falls Fatally. s, Massachusetts; Randolph Tucker, of Vir- Suddenly a gun boomed out over the wa- west across theHidson are tho grand He had in M9,479,2G1; into custody ns nn accomplice. silver dollars and bullion,' ginia; Ben Butterworth, of Ohio, and Gen- ter, and a cloud of Uuo and white smoke Jersey City, N. Y., August 7. A wall ?170,&17,0G2; fractional silver coin, 25,211,-SSand from hfre can le seen the clump his possession an order for a three-dollpuffed over the stream. eral King, of Louisiana. of trees that mark the spot where Hamilpress, which he said was to bo used for of the American Lead-penc- il Company's United States notes, $30,0i:t,G93: NaTho Powhatan, lying down under the ton fell in his duel with Aaron Burr. The striking off Grant medals. The counterThe Senatorial delegation paired off as three-stor- y brick factory? at Fifth nnd tional Bank notes. S2,737,7TG; do. in process bluff, had fired the first of a salute. Tho hotel called the Claremont. a few hundred feit com captured is pure German silver, follows, the Senators riding In twos : Senators Morrill, of Vermont, and Cockrell, of hills were calling back in echoes, and the feet south of here, was built at the close of and defies detection except In the weight. Clinton streets, Hoboken, fell outward to- of redemption, $1,733,317; deposits with NajAissoun; oncriuan. oi juw, uuu jwujuui. guns of the other war vessels in the river the last century.ond is historical as having Duffy is an old offender and has only been day, upon laborers who were excavating in tional Bank depositories, 10,701,383. Total, nnon shook the bluff, and started the echoes numbered among its guests Thomas Jefter-soCertificates Si out of tho Eastern Pennitentiary a year an adjoining lot, and who carelessly had T.14.1S4,3."8. v. .ilMjpKjiiiJjtkArQnJiion thaJflrsav hills. 124,3Sl,fiI0; Alexander irnmilton and Aaron Durr. for tho samo oiTen-- ,. iwWmined m tho buildinc Two workmen Gold, St?.T0.O0O. silver. 9S,007,00; re- THrahuWkO'olock .passad.niolomU. H Vm. .iwitu thcriiiMiumn,o lntnrnal revouuo t.M i. tread, amx? it"ttr.-m- t wifu "iakL,u--t-1 iji ctints,ru...'ir.''Outitoin-i?rirr,ut?by the mauy thousands of tourists who of South Carolina, and Mandeison, of yet waited. But thero camo a buglo-cn- ll F3JjB ftjlijTpi Greatest Cotton Crop for Many Year3. the debris. The others aro under andBlair, from eastward at 4:20 o'clock, then a strain come to New York by way of the Hudson. Nebraska; Eustis, of Louisiana, v. ruined. is nearly The Hangs Herself in Presence of Her Child. of New Hampshire: Brown, ot Georgia, from trumpets, and soon the sound of Atlanta, Ga., August 9. During the factory muffled drums. Carriages then came into and Evarts. of New York. past ten days reports of tho appearance of killed, as faras known, aro James Hackctt, twenty-si- x years, single, Jersey City; Assumption, III., Angust a The wife Congressmen BLss, of Brooklyn, and viow, nnd rolled slowly through tho park caterpillars have come from various sec- John Connors, forty-fiv- e years, of Hobo- of Charles Bushby, owner of thoroughbred Ward, of Chicago, rodo together, nnd Gen- to the tomb. Dr. Newman and Bisnop tions of the South with such frequency as ken, leavos a wife and six children. Their horses, committed snicido by hanging at eral Bingham, of Pennsylvania; Wheeler, Hnrri3 occupied the first, and then the to justify tho fear that tho finest cotton bodies wero taken to the morgue. Tho at Moaweque, HI., of Alabama, and Lawry, of Indiana, were clergy, and then Drs. Douglas, Shrady and The horriblo In wounded are: Contractor Jas. McLain, tragedy was committed In her own home, crop over known was endangered. in one coach. Ono of tho carriages con- Sands. years, probably fatally; aged thirty-si- x came after these. General The bearers taining members of General Grant's milorder to ascertain precisely tho extent of in the" presence of her twelve-year-ol- d and badly I itary staff, carried General Horace Porter, Joe Johnston rode besideGeneral Sherman, this danger, tho Constitution addressed in- John Geopan, ear cut off Jos. Carey, cut daughter, who gave the alarm. Sho the about the head and body. were paired, General Rufus Incalls, C. B. Comstock and and Buckner and Sheridau quiries to its correspondents for informawho was doing the work that fastened a skein of yarn around her neck, Wm. S. Smith. In another rode General while General Logan and tion. To suinmnrire, it may lie said that contractor, nccident, was arrested aud with ono end nttached to tho upper caused the Distinguished men Parker, Grant's military secretary during Boutwell followed. tho crop, as a w hole, is the best that has and gave $1,000 part of an open door, she took her life. ball. the war, who was present at tho meeting came also besides these. The bearers and been known for years; that tho yield When the body was taken down life was previbetween Graut nnd Lee at Appomattox, those invited alighted and took places near exceed largely any .will extinct. The deceased is thedaushter ot a David's Island Band, and still ias in his possession the original tho tomb. Then ous crop; that while in somo localiHorrible Railway Accident wealthy New York lady. came ties the caterpillar has appeared as a draft of the terms of tho surrender in playing Chopin's "Funeral March,"plumes STEEL CASE VOIt HOLDING CASKET. St. Thomas, Ont., August 7. As a man Inbehind the black general thing it is too Into to do Grant's handwriting. It was given him as into view, while ! This is ft novel device intended solely to jury. It appears further that inserious lo- nnmed Dempsey, of Hamilton, accompaProsecution of Mormons Resumed. of the funeral car could be seen. those a keepsake by his chief. the tomb, and prevent ghouls from stealing the remains calities where the worms have appeared in nied by his sister, the w ife of Fred. SanTho car stopped abreast The catafalque passed Twenty-thir- d for Salt Lake, Utah, August 7. After n street at 1 o'clock sharp. The hum of ex- -' the guard of honor ascended to boar down in the hojxs of a large reward one-iuc- h their re- their most malignant form, and thero nro ders, a lumber merchant here, and her mnde of rest of three weeks, the Federal Court el fi pectation that preceded it was settled as it the casket. Colonel Beck formed his two covery. The case is open lid was riveted very few such instances, they 'have as yet steel. son, was crossing the London authorities resumed operations y passed by, and all heads were uncovered. companies of escort in a hollow square, be- in immediately The the remains wore de generally confined themselves to the foliage after The Many heads were bowed, and an old negro tween tho tomb and the hearse. - t of the plant, and the fruit is but slightly and Port Stanley Railway track here toagainst bigamy, arresting John AV. Snell, family carriages had drawn near. Their posited tnore. hnvo appeared to a day, a train struck tho buggy in which a small merchant of this city. His polyga-mi- st woman who somehow had been pushed forthat This is the fourth case which surrounds injured; extent they alighted, and took positions near in localities whero the crop tho three were riding, completely deward to the curb and stood there wedged in, occupants wife refused to testify" for or against the greater essayed vainly to kneel, with tears stream- the foot of the steps of the car. So they the remains. The first case to envelope the is farthest advanced; that before they can molishing it, Mrs. Sanders' body, from him, and was given until Monday to concasket was being removed body is of polished copper; this lines hie mawill ing down her vrinkled face. She was held stood while tho which the head was completely severed, sider. If she refuses then, she will be comis set in a do material injury tho crop fast by tho crowd and could not stir. On a from tho car, nnd when it was boruo into casket.of The plate glass topsoldered to the tured, nnd that if they had come a month was found twenty ynrds from the place of mitted to tho penitentiary for contempt. frame copper, which was the vault. earlier they might have douo serious in- tho accident. The child's dead body lay on telegraph pole on the corner of Broadway the hollow square toward si Mt. McGreThe cedar case rested on supports at the copper lining of tho casket at covering. jury. and Twenty-thir- d the street wero perched not of the engine, and Demp-sey- 's American Dental Association Election. AJ Tho casket was de- gor, thus making an air-tigdoor of the sepulcher. less than twenty -- eight spectators. lifeless body, which was not badly solid oak, ono nnd The No. as soon as the catafalque had passea mo posited therein. Meade Post,fifteen 1, of one-ha- lf casket itself is of' It is covered wjth The Cholera. mutilated, wns found about seventy-fiv- o Minneapolis, August 7. Tho American inches thick. men, carriages containing Colonel Fred Grant, Philadelphia, represented by Dental Association this morning elected silver trimimperinl purple velvet, London, August 9. Ten enses of chol yards distant. his wife and sister fell in, and the mourners' circled the casket. The Commander took mings. The plate is of with gold four x solid the following officers: President, WVC with officers and Post era, either sporadic or Asiatic, wero rehis post at the head, coaches fell quickly In lino without confuFive Persons Dashed Over the Rapids. inches, and bears in plain letters the ported Barrett. Buffalo, N. Y.: Vico Presidents: Commanders at the foot: the Chaplain simple inscription: sion. Both Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Henin Paris yesterday, and of these two Portland, Ore., August O.Last night L. C. Ingersoll. Keokuk, la.; A.T. Smith, dricks had tired of tho long wait, after sit- stood at tho foot, and tho colors were wero fatal. Dr. Provst, of the Sanitary a party of five, service was consisting of Jarvis Sny- Minneapolis, Minn.; Secretary, A. W. ting- in' their carriages stared at by the placed in front. The ritual board, says ho is positive that neither tho curious crowd till half-pa- st 11 o'clock, and tVinn Tiprfnrmwl. wifo and a daughterTaged five, Herland. Chicago; Treasurer, Geo. W. : u. a GUAXT, .......... Reed Asabove nor any of the other fatal cases of der, his Klely, Oxford, O. Tho selection of tho Post Commander Alexander retired to their rooms in the hotel. The tt cholera recently reported in Paris could bo Wm. Heffron nnd George Hansen, started place of the next meeting was left to tho carriages had remained at the door. sembled to pay tho last sad rites of respect illustrious described as Asiatic The Prefect of Police across the Columbia River at Cascade Executive Committee. Died July 23, 1SS5. Almost the last carrlaso had wheeled into our late Commander and said that tho authorities were taking every Locks in a sail boat. The wind died down, to line at Twenty -- third street when there comrade. U. S. Grant, let us unite in prayer. blessing. Tho casuet was placed in a cedar dox or possible precaution against tho epidemic nnd a pnir of small oars which they had divine fellinbehind one containing nn oflicer with Tho Chaplain will invoke Wright-G- od Viewing the Remains. were useless. The boat was carried over of one nnd one-hainch material beforo being People are leaviug tho city iu largo numPost Chaplain C. Irvine a broad gold band across his breast. Two the rapids and all the occupants were mournful placed in the steel ense. bers. New York, August 7. A continual' crutches stood up in the carriage beside battles, Father of all. amidst this drowned. Paris, August 9. Sinco the last report dashed against the rocks ana below tho stream of people of all classes, passed the him and proclaimed his name as the gold assemblage we seek Thee, with whom no more deaths from cholera have occurred The boat was picked up to-dscarf had pronounced his rank. Ho was there is no death.' Open every eye to bebier of General Grant yesterday. The doors in Toulon. In Marseilles thero wero sev- rapids, but none of tho bodiea'bave been of City Hall were opened at G o'clock yesMajor General Daniel Sickles. Following hold Him who changed the night of death recovered. our hearts enteen deaths from cholera behind the crippled veteran's carriage into morning. In the depths of i 3" ltd terday morning, nnd up to 1 o'clock this there trod a seemingly endless "army with we would hear the celestial word. "I am Madrid. August 9. The reports of chol morning ic is estimated that 190,000 perDeath From Grant Funeral Excitement. banners" without show or gold or clitter, the resurrection aud the life. He that yet era for Saturday show l.G&J new cases and upon tho-facof tho in mo though he wero dead, 1,000 deaths throughout Spain. Bonfires but with the armless sleeves, the limping Galveston, Tex., August. Captain sons hurriedly gazedwere The people comrade gait and scarred faces that stirred men's shall he live." As comrade nfter aro bnrning in Madrid. The epidemic is John M. Forshey, of tho Galveston Artil- dead. rate of 101 a minute.hurried through at the minds as they passed with deep and ,innrtc n,id tca mnmh nn with rauks bro increasing in Granada. lery, died suddenly this tnoraingfrom constrong emotion. These were the dead ken, help us to be faithful unto Thee and to Marseilles, August 9. Tho official re- gestion years. the brain, aged Business Failures. hero's comrades who shared his danger on each other. ports show that 170 deaths from cholera Captain ofForshey personallyforty ? supervised Wo beseech Thee look in mercy on the the field of battle, had marched behind his have occurred in this city since Thursday. tho firing of salutes yesterday Iu memory New York, August 7. The business comvictorious banners over many a road and widows and children of deceased con-sol- o The Prefect of the department has beenat-tacke- d of General Grant, and It 13 "tieught that failures occurring throughout tho country now walked with him to his last resting rades, and with Thine own tenderness by the disease. the exposure and excitement Incidental to during the last seven days, as reported toand 'comfort those bereaved by this place, so many of thenf soon to follow, the occasion superinduced his death. De- , day to R. G. Dun & Co., number for the sadly, yet proudly they walked once more event, which calls us here. Give them the . ,, New Bureau or Labor Statistics. ceased was the son of thaJate Prof. For-together. , They "were old men, most of oil of joy for mourning, the garment of Canada IS, or a shey, of New Orleans. llFwas a lieuten United States 162, nnd for with a total of ..j,,' them, but they walked bravely and kept prnise for the spirit of heaviuess. Heavenof JSO, as compared Wheeling, W. Va., August 9. The total up'wiStatho youngest. Some carried canes, ly Father, bless and save our country with 201'last weekyand SIS the week- previons'toliWWW' Amalgamated Association of Iron and ant in the Confederates me"jeftll:ea without support of any kind. the freedom and peace of righteousness, the last. The returns show a dimnntion in Steel Workers have established a Bureau THE TEMPORARY VAULT. All had their badges veiled with crape and and through Thy great mercy, a Saviour's business "casualties in every section of tho Peculiar of Labor Statistics for the purpose of may wore bows of crape on the left arm. Their grace, and thy Holy Spirit's favor, country. The above isaVerv excellent picturo 01 gathering reliable information from all Augusifc-A- jt Miss Fur Lenox, Mass., tattered banners were veiled in black, and we all meot nt last in joy before Thy the temporarjVauit w L ich was constructed of tho country concerning the labor ness' residence, Friday, the head butler, raeny posts carried as distinctive badges, thone in heaven, nnd to Thy great name in less than aeek, and is quite a building parts Tornado in Nebraska. report to spHgs of myrtle or evergreens on their shall be praise forever and forever." feat, considerjag the tune that is necessary industries. Local lodges willthe numberthe Anotete Lefort, went to a room which has Grand Lodge officers weekly OstAnA, Neb., August 7. Advices have of "Amen," joined in all the Post. breasts. Tho procession seemed unending, for mortar nn4hrick to set. The founda- men employed and idle, the iron, nails, &c two iron bedsteads. He moved Jtne beds so been received of a terrible tornado which stretching southward as far as the eye A dirge was played, after which the ser- tion is of conawto Portland cement, coveron hand, nnd any other items of importthey stood a little over foar feet apart, then passed down Loup Valley, of this State, ceald reach. The streets all the way to vice continued. ing the whole area of sixteen feet. The surPost Commnnder Alexander Reed Ono face to the level of the ground is built of ance, which will m published in the official attached an endless towel toathe iron frame Wednesday night. It lasted only twenty the tomb were packed with people, and as way that it of ono of the beds insoch the right of tho column approached the by one, as the vears roll on, we are called common brick. The sides above the ground organ of tho association each week. town of nearly near the center. He put minutes, anddamage wrecked tho buildings, left a slip-nootomb, the dull reverberations of the guns together to fulfil the last sad rites of re- for three feet are laid upon tho face with was done to Much his head through the noow, then lifted his Ord. all glass exposed to the direction Military Centennial Celebration. could be heard, and spect to our comrades of the war. Tho Philadelphia and black brick, set in black from the men-of-wfeet and stuck them threagu ue iron framo aud the troops broke column from tho left, present, full of the cares and pleasures of mortar. There will be, first, two courses was which the storm came Savannah, GX.,August9. The Chatham of the other bed. His weight tightened out. Tin roofs were torn fromweak broken-- z'A, marching to the right or cast side of the civil life, fades nway, and we look back to of black brick, then Philadelphia pressed buildup. seek, and ho died road. After forming in line arms were the time when shoulder to shoulder, on brick, then black brick ncnin, then Phila- Artillery, of this city, will celebrate tho the noose around his ings blown down, nnd crops demolished. ,A or around the guns of delphia pressed brick, then blnck brick, centennial of tho organization next May from strangulation. and the catafalque slowly many battle-field- s, presented r, we fought for our dear then four courses of Philadelphia pressed by a prize drill, in which the money prizes our passed. Not Offensive Partisans. bricks then black brick, then n blue stone The crowd on Fifth Avenue remained on old flag. Sham Battle afLaporte. aggregate 5,500. Several of We may indulge the hope that the spirit facing four inches thick, then red brick of will prominent military organizations the the sidewalks with remarkable persistency in most Angt 8. Camp Kirk Boston, August 7. A Washington speLaporte, Ind., until the long parade had passed. There with which, on land aud sea, hardship, four courses and then black brick. tho country have nlready promised to be was to-dthe scene of the largest crowd cial to the Traveller says that Secretary The arch or top of the vault is also made were a few cases of heat prostration in the privation and danger wero encountered by resent, nnd tho success of tho enternrise ever in this city since the war, the attrac- Endicotthas informed the Jefferson Demoso far as known none fatal. The our dead heroes, may never be blotted out of common brick and covered with asphalt, C i assured. ranks, but battle, that he ted being the sham tho8nd it Is believed cratic Association, of that city, from his regimental ambulances were called into from the history or memory of the genera- the inside of the vault being lined with people in tho will not dismiss any Union soldier thero were twenty slight cases perhaps half a tions to come a spirit of uncomplaing, white enameled brick. Tho whole of the requisition for city. The contending forces were comdepartment on charges of "offensive parDead and Dying. At the corner of Fifty-seven- th obedient to the behest of duty, whereby brick i set in Portland cement. The vault dozen times. ot the War Demanded by Generals . Gleason and J. tisanship." Four-fifth- s our National honor is secure, anil will be surmounted by a granite keystone street, where the line turned to the to-dMuncie, Ind., August 8. Mrs. Wm. Packard, tho victory being awarded to the partment clerks are swelled from the sides to our loved ones rest in peace under the pro- and block and metal cross. On the outside west the crowd tection of tho dear old flag. May the illus- tho vault is seventeen feet long nnd thirteen Neely has been a consumptive for a long latter. the open way, and blocked tho thoroughThe buttresses ore twelve time. This ovening she lay dying, and her trious life of hici whom wo lay in the tomb feet wide. Three Men Killed by Cars. fare on twenty occasions. Minister Kieley. prove a glorious incentive square outside. The total height mother, Mrs. George T. Wilson, went to her There was some trouble when tho cata- youth who in apes to come may be to the inches ground Is nine Philadelphia, August . Christian 7. Minister Keiley called above Washington, August feet four inches, and bedside. She wns so overcome at tho falque reached that point. Everybody was Schenck, Adolph Heglernnd Martin Hugh- -' more interest 1 in the approach of this upon to behold the destiny of our couutry. below ground four feet, Tho structure sight of her daughter dying that she sank will return to the United States. It is un- ler were struck aud killed by a freight ! resign his presAs the years roll on, we, too, shall have will be thirteen feet by nine feet in the to the floor, nnd died in a short time after derstood that he wiU than in any other part of the procession. fought our battles through and be laid at on the PennEngleside It was watched for blocks away, its con- rest, our souls following the long column to clear. The walls are one foot four inches being removed to her home. It is supposed ent office, and that he will not be appointed train at Railroad, atStation, ten o'clock sylvania thick. The iron door opening Into the she had an attack of heart disease. to another foreign mien" spicuous height making it plainly visible above hour by vault will be four the m it neared far as Fiftieth street. Asbulged into the hour realms mark its as grim deathus so live hi?h, the concrete feet wide by six feet Crops in Michigan. victims. Let shall being twelve inches the corner the crowd naturally Ferry Mobbed. Arrested. ), Insane Presideirt-K'lle- r Lansing, Mich., August 7. The August time shall come hiehway, and tho officers had to threaten that when thatmay say above ourthose we deep and the facilities for drainage excelyield of wheat in report graves: lent. Lyons, August 9. Ferry, Kansas City, 34V August 6. Wm. cropState atestimates the with their clubs to make the spectators re- leave behindtho body of a 'C,4O7,0OO bushels. orl,033,318 "Here lies who is visiting this city, was followed to Kearney, an insane 5aB who Hes near this cede, and it was a difficult process. more than the July estimate. Corn brave a .fine, farm bushelssouthern counties promises 68 per pePle were standing eight and ten public"and earnest defender of the Reby a mob of several thouhis hotel y The Humboldt, Neb., aBtfowns An exchange says that somo go to y deep and some of those in front had raised Kearney in tbu counties 92 per sand people, shouting, "A bas Ferry there, was arrested here Senior Vice Commander Lewis to Washington to cent, aud in the northern umbrellas to keep off the sun's rays. (laying a wreath of evercreen W. Moore church to weep while others go to sleep. their upon the M. Ferry reached the hotel said he was on his way, comparison being made with an avwhom he cent, year. Tho estimated yield of oata is Some women stood with babes in arms, and coffin) "In behalf of the Post I give this Nmic go their wives to please; their conerage without molestation, but the crowd gath- kill President Clevel. acainst to their fathers had hoisted their little oaes numer- tribute, a symbol of undying love for com- science others go to ease. Some co to ered in front of the building, completely had a fancied grievsaee; ile had a revol- thirty-on- e bushels permacre. The obstructions were cartridges in a f shoulders. hear tho preacher; others like the solo blocking the street, and remained about ver and about sevea-firetr rades of tho war." the at those snppned with and hand-ba- g, ous Boys go to reconnoitre;! three hours, howling and cursing. NuContract Forfeited. and was611 But; Vice Commander John A. Weidersheim scrcecher. Indignant. becoming wei'e ' money. Washington, August 7. Secretary flowers upon the coffin) free fights occurred in catafalque came up annoy- (laying a bunch of purity, wo offer at this girls go because they oughter. Many merous was with difficulty that the crowd, as the Whitney has notified John Roach that bis and it the police "As a symbol of Lashes. ance was forgotten, and only respect was sepulcher a rose. May future generations go for sage reflections; precious few to finally compelled the rabble to disperse. contract to build the i.teel cruiser 'Chica- Given Three was, the leaders of the horses collections. Fall Jliwr Advance. felt. As it eo" has been forfeited. devotion of oven the help unselfish Kicnard Atlanta. GA..3A6ual' were ordered to make a sweeping turn, and emulate the heroes." Murderer Mobbed. , 1 tfafaiVilariCR. XrVlrt we ! i ot our '.,.. ,. r 1 1? A linnet (L JT tt' j in which the inter-ste- d that was the only waybe driven back. The lowliest Commander A. J. Sellers (laying a Post NEOsno, Mo., A.ugiiBt 7. A mob broke guilty of insnltiug --The present coal beds of the world ,aJy wa given ; F. B. Dunton, recently appointed pqntBias-- r could gathering wreath upon tho "'n) "As a last into the jail here and shot Garland A. Man, threo hundred lasiwjf "luaiKnant white ter at this placp is in jail at Portland, fteonle fell back froai tUe horses as theugh- Wurel of affection from i .rades in arms, Kill be exhausted in 10,875 years. token i charged with eiulexidcmeat. murderer, to dcattu H Jirit had citiMns. iiiwdradtMir bou-etop- ftin TBfg,9 fjF aal 1 ts -- n, ly iIu pro-vaile- d. Sun-nervil- le, -- every-bodjvcls- i k m -- iitJitX "'ii&u """ two-stori- ' - ,. ns. n, ma-riue- litSf file ank ht to-da- good-looki- to-da- y. -- l, .fin' "? ss er to-da- y: Pali-SRde- ar 1; n. g: -- cur-rt-nc- iii " " - i to-da- y. ht Be-sem- er six-year-- to-da- cow-catch- er ht by-si- i lf th ... 2fSBi ay to-da- y. e - c k se ar men-of-wa- m ay to-da- y, oi u Ex-Prem- true-hearte- d, to-da- Ton-quinoi- to-da- II .H"et -- iWiil c a,"" r.v.n :&, J?" sgi - - - - HUMANE K buzz of the fly has been carefully A Wonderful Horss. 'NG. Triples Cpon a FrlimdleM Sea! CONDITION OP COM. A SOUND SLUMBER. THE COMMONWEALTH. stuiliod by Landois. 1W; .i:t,m1io Who, in taking passago in agreat trani The Qulekeit am! I.eitst Painful Manner lly' buzz or hum is in a Atlantic steamer, does not feel a thnll of runlet-hiin tVhteh the Live of Hone anil Iori Tobe JInrbet. rolativlow Thef is a preceptible coolness beton.; when it is held so that the wing A Young Man Relates His Peexultation over her magnificent power. to tween young Seabury, May He Taken. aboTA Eettmntod Yield Twenty-si- x GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. Tho week has been distinguished one of tho most Against her the Storm King may hurl his uau uot move mo duzz is higher in pitch, Twonty-Bove- n culiar Experience. Bushels Per Humanity requires that animals bb killed all since 1831 for intensely hot and tryiug c nor pierce her armor, nor fashionablo young men in Austin, and elemental forces, course. and stop her onward : In the quickest and least painful mnnnor. weather, and tho corps of buyers have purKENTUCKY. so it is higher still when the fly is held : Aero. BICK1IAN. that all motion of the external pa3 Gillhooly- - Seabury owns a horse which But let me describe a scene when, one He Tho following circular has been sont to tho sued their labors under peculiarly disagreeis prevented. Tho there came mentioned is The Incnlout Device by 'Which conditions. The market has varied thinks is tho finest in tho world. morning in tho pilot houo followed byan police of all our Massachusetts cities and able a Quieted a Car Load of Kzcitnble Ilrreived by the ho alarm from tho true voice of the insect- - i is proQuo Burloy leaf has Molt Favorably Report but little. Good and HER WAY TO SAY "NO." to our agonts throughout the State. Young Feabury was bragging about his cry: "Tho ship's rudder is lost!" From Women, and Secured an UnAgr cultural liureau. duced by tho breathing holes" of tho been more neglected than any other imexpression, consternation disturbed Nltlit'H Keit. thorax. The buzz of the Qy thus exhorse to a crovd of acquaintances tho the confident faco. The wheelman being portant specialty, showing ' a further decame to every Mr sweetheart Bat knitting. "My darllnpr." presses the emotions of the creature; other day. and he said, among other helpless to direct her course, tho vessel said I, cline. Tho present rage on red fillery -- T Washington, August 10. Tho Agricul- improbable things, that tho horse went was at tho mercy of wind and wave. A young man from Buffalo as relating have had n most beautiful dream." tho low hum being one of contentment, kinds of those grades is $1(S2 lower than a She felsned uot to hear mo and made no re- the shrill, excited The captain had been negligent tho tural Bureau reports that the corn crop has so fast on the previous day that he experiences tho other buzzone of alarm and somo sleeping-ca- r month ago. The opposite extromes of lugs ply: made an improvement since the last re- overtook a swallow, the horse's car hangings of the rudder were allowed to to a select audience at a small table disturbance. Said simply: "I'm turning tb seam." night wear weak, and suddenly it had dropped and low grado loaf have been strong and port, and indications are that the yield striking tho bird. 1 reached for tho knitting a mesh of soft When a fly alights upon our hand or at the Hoffman House in New York City. deep into the seal active throughout and the intermediate will be twenty six to twonty-seve- n white. bushels faco on a hot day it is for the purpose "Aro yon sure tho swallow was not Strong in intellect, in physical vigor, Jn You will remember, ' ho snld, "the sensaThat she hold in her fingers t,o small: grades are fully sustained. Dark and per from the opposite direction?" energy and in ambition, man confronts, debusy of lapping the perspiration from the tion that was created a month or o ago by acre. There has been an average But she sad: "Don't dleturomc. I'm coining heavy styles have been steady for both tonlRht Gillhooly, with tho air of a man undaunted, gigantic tasks nnd commands skin. How this is done is a curious a madman who took possession of a railcline of four points in spring wheat, w hlch I'm knitting a sock for a dtl." leaf and lugs, and common to low medium indicates a reduction of six million bushels asked applause for his magnificent achievements. wanted to know. study. When the fly, to from road train hi Illinois. export leaf has beon actlvo, and 25 f350c from expectations on July 1. No reports who Well, I had a peBut, all unexpectedly, an alarm conies pettishly our "Guide to the Study quote "Don't teaso me 60, darllnj," I 0f coursonot," was tho indignant tho rudder of his constitution is gone. He of Insects," culiar experience myself once with a crazy higher. Itegia styles otherwise are unconcerning the threshing of winter wheat .espouse. cned; settles upon a lump of sugar, or other has been careless of its preservation; menA "Vou're just dylnstohear.nl bo bound changed ; lugs are steady, and wrappory aro received, except in the South. In . You see, I had tal strain, nervous excitement, irregular But she pushed back her curls, as she softly sweet object, it unbends and extends woman on a sleeplne-carI reckon then the swallow wantetl to habits, Texas the outcome is greater than was exkinds remain scarcer and firm. Current destroyed replied: run down to New York for a few days, and, pected, and higher rates of yield are reits tongue, and the broad knob-likbuild her nest in vour horse's ear. The tion of his kiduey3 have liver. "This tho acend would and offeringa are about 00 to 70 per cent. Bur-le"Just wait till I've knitted avound." as luck and my friends would have it, 1 ported. Corn The crop has made an imso slow that the swallow went divides into two flat, muscular leaves, 1 waited awhile, and then closer I drew. not occur were Warner's safe cure used to We quote 1SS4 tobaccos asiollows for provement since the last report. TKs horse not see didn't get much more than three or four And breaking- of silenco the seal. which thus present that ho was moving. maintain vigor. And even now it may resuraverage stands four points lower than the could packages: I said: "Now you're ready, lei me tell It to face, witli which tho a sucker-lik- e liquid hours' sleep all tho time I was down here, store vitality to those organs nnd "give fly laps up you." neavy. standard of full condition, and indicates a Wondorf till oss." Texas Siftings. Burtey. was so much painting to bo done. I Dark and there back to tho man that which will lead him 2. sweets. These two leaves are supported determined to make It up by sleeping all She answered: "I'm setting- tho heel." 00 3 75 4 50 yield, with seasonable moisture and favori$3 TO Trash TUB HOHsB. 4 av& 4 75 4 50& 4 76 ng; temperature hereafter, of twenty-si- x Common lups upon a framework of chitinous rods, the way back home, and I took the evening A casejoccurred in Belfast, Me., to tho haven of his ambition. The Traveler. Shootina. Place the pistol muzzle 6 afi 5 50 I smiled and 1 frowned, and looV ed up at the which act as a 500& 5 75 to twenty-seve- n bushels per acre. The avershowjhow the little birds underset of springs to open train for Buffalo on tho Central. I was so within a few inches of tho haul, ami shoot Medium Iuks....clock, 6 25$ 6 50 5 7ra6 25 GoodlURS age for August of l&si was the same, but which and is in rich Itojrrettinc- that soon I must pa: 6 SOfe 7 50 6 7&tt 7 50 appreciate kindness. A nest a Eccentricity a alarmman lunacy in stand lear and shut the muscular leaves. The sleepy whon I got down to the depot that I at the dot, aiming toward tho center of Common poor one. False One that does fell three points during the sixty days folThou looked at my teaser she held up the 8 OOrtilO 50 tho Medium leaf 7 60ft 8 60 scarcely keep my eyes open, and 1 containing 'Jwo young birds had been not go off at the proper hour. liaton Post, inside of thin broad fleshy expansion is could lowing, when the yield was twenty-si- x sock, 8 5O10 50 12 50&15 50 Good leaf just be- head. bushels. Saying: "Would you put red in tho too?" rough like a rasp, and, as Newport took some ammonia and Iu 1879 tho average for August iu somo way destroyed, and tho little 13 00&17 00 16 50&23 00 Fancy leaf Blindfold, keep myself on the cars "You shall hear me, darling-- you dearest of states, is easily employed was 00, and the ultimate yield, as reported birds bads fallen upon the jnround. by the inject fore I got porter couldto fix up my awake or ftloir. strike justand with a heavy axe girl;" uy tue census, was twenty-eigberth. below the forotop, hammer, nusneis. d in scraping or tearing delicate surfaces. uutil tho ere The were picked up by a ?lleellaneou Hern. jtlnced both her bands on her brow. She for S3 yearm I have The on the train, at the point Indicated in the present cut two sleeping-car- s has been 2 points in New And laughingly said, as she threw back the It is by means of this curious structure There w The? river at Frankfort 13 fairly lined York,increase Virginia, North Carolina 1, gentleman. Avho was holding them ten- beea teTerely afflicted 3 in 1 had a section in the tirst one. The Two vigorous, blows will whh and curls: nnd tho mills are kept with IUrTever. Watle that the busy house-fl- y occasions much train was not billed to start for fifteen min- maki death sura Georgia 2, Alabama 1, Michigan o, Illinois derly in thepalm of hihand when the (uSerlnc "Just wait I am narrowing now " I to their fullest capacity. 4, Missouri 2, Kansas 7, Nebraska 3, and parent bird came and, alighting upon Induced totntcutclr Cream mischief to the covers of our books, by utes after I arrived, and I walked through Be caicful not to shoot or strike too low. try EJy's "I dreamed of a cottage close dotrn by the scraping oft the albuminous polish." and tho cars. I found that I was the only TniRTV-TWper cent, has boen added to Iowa 0. There has been a slight decline his sleeve, commenced feeding; the little Halm, and the tffect wm sea, South Pennsylvania, Maryland, ones. The'binUtngs were placed in a inarreloat. It enabled me jassessment of personalty in Harrison in 'Xeath tho brightost and bluest of skies." leaving traces of its depredations in the male occupant of the sleeper my berth was Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky, She answered: "Sit further away irom me, soiled and spotted appearancowllich it in; and, after ordering tho porter to make umy, uiu iuo peopie up mere uuuui jih.o Ohio and Indiana. In the corn surplus cage, which was hung up outside the to perform my pastoral please, house, .and now the parent bird makes dutiea without the allgh: I up the bed at once, 1 went Into the next occasions on them. States the averages are: Ohio ', Indiana My needles will get in your eyes. eat Inconvenience, and . i car. 1 found somo people there that 1 5, Illinois 04, Iowa 101, Nebraska 100, Misreturn at The structure of the uVsftaAHknd ) "I dreamed wo were there in that borne on wau t. miwu Jt r.iwi Rival omnibus nronrietors are wamnc souri SO, Kansas 00. Correspondents report regular trips to the place, supplies her bare etcaped aCarr, Prestack. Wi. T. knew, and I remained talking with the shore. hnmeMWiUtffqod. and then, retires to a of the wholo apparatus fou(HHBts at Georgetown. And that loro. darling", lore made u food, has engaged drouth in some places and excoss of ruin lUtleujstJTpce. Sho shows no fear of byterian l'ajtor, KUzabetB, for half nn hour after the train tie attel"B larate them ricU" in others, but well drained and deeply culFued RonMAN, a of Iuls-villstarted lck for my own years of some of our beat vtfittogmts of started. Then 1 with sleep, and happy at "J told you to sit further off onco beforo; tivated land has suffered little from drouth thegcntlnnan who found the birds nor bREAM BALM aM-"- : shot himself fatally. You're the cause of my dropping a stitch." insects. Its structure is so con5J"fcatod car, almost deud 5ia.i The meteorological of tho children iu whoso care they have baj Ra'ned an cvslaVerep- the thought that at last I was going to have Henpkiison has put up 5700 hogsheads of or conditions have been generally favorable. boon pliced. Boston Journal. and difficult to uidortand. and labored a rest. At last it was finished, then madly I said: utation wncreTer ;HAY-FEV- ER tobacco strips this season. dlgplaeuiff ail The prospect has not been exceeded since "Am I, deareM, lover or friend';" anatomical descriptions are so dry, that "When I opened the door of the otlwr ratlonn. A partlclo la JSOO. She took tho small scissors and severed tho wo will n Louis4 Thomas M. Alvky, a An old traveler sajs to a reporter: Piled Into each nostril; no patn; acreaUe to vtrc not hejO describe iU but content sleeper, how ever, 1 found all tho occupants thread. ira'l or a brought a 5,000 damville Saying "Wait till I've fastened the end." "I penciratcd Japan's interior where no l'rlce 5oc. by LBOTUXRS,drasyjf s. Send for circular. ourselves witb'refcrring the reader for crowded in tho cud of tho car, all of them bragsUta, Owcso, . Y. LLY Into the Canal. "Will you marry, me, darling?" I said in low an excellent description of tho fly's women. They seized me at once. age suit against D. J. Kennedy for malicwhite man had ever been seen. The tone Merriton, Ont., August 10. As a heav men fell'down and worshipped me, but n ' ATin nf tlimu caLI ivaVa on flail iously causing his arrest. rJ proboscis V Professor jjMacloskie's There was nothing to do but to j;o: J ily laden Pacific, express, drawn by two the ! Tor I learned at the last what 1 tirst might article in tW American Naturalist fot you have come In Iwre. You're th N. W. Sampson, of Standford, while ai women beiran coouettintr just the enginos, was entering the Grand Trunk same. THE DOG. have known- -It March, 18SJ- - Suffice it to say that the gentleman that has a section in this car, work in his meadow discovered a garter yards I tell you there's no use denying was always her way to say "Xo." here this afternoon, it was fouud it, right sAootinff. riaco the pistol mtiftle near snake with a brood of seventy-nin- e aren't you?" young fly has not as have beetles and grassin the heart of Africa even, -T. O. CftWiolm, in Loulsvllli tho head, aiming a little one biila of the would not work, and T7S33that the 'I replied that I was." ones, each fully kIx inches in length, folthose Nubian women know how to inhoppers, free jaws and accessory jaws " Do you know,' the woman went on in center of the top of the skull, and shoot that tho train could not be stopped with veigle a the food, but all a tone of the utmost liorror, 'there's a crazy downward at tho clot so that tho bullet shall lowing her. He killed them all. fool him. Splenfor bitingand tearing man and then the The swing bridge at the of other inseots are woman in the car? Site's got the berth at go through the brain into or tovard tho did physiques they are, too, graceful as tho mouth-part- s O.v the day of General Grant's funeral crossing; of the Welland Canal, just berepresented by the fly's proboscis, the the other end, and there's an attendant with neck. THE HOUSE-ELguns were fired every fifteen minutes at yond the depot, was partly opened, and possible, and blacker than the blackest dashed past the depot, and both Their skins arc largcrpart of which is formed by the her. Evory little while site screams and sunrise, nnd a national salute of thirty-eig- the trainand the foremost cars were plunged negro in America. engine) Th! inva'uable a triumph of under lip; tho enlarged and variously raves, and Uie attendant has all she can do guns at sunset, by the battery sections into the canal and the adjoining poud. soft and shine liko polish. Everywhere fciemlnc iti,!, andpreparation U trtfy boon was ever no more Inestimable A Chapter on tho History of This modified fleshy extremity of which to keep her quiet O, dear! wo are so bestowed upon the at Frankfort, Louisville and Lexington. Engineer Cox, of London, was found in the women are iust the same, all flirts, only shorten the mothers of tne world. Clfltnet time leeni the Inten"Adjunct of Culture." forms a sucking organ. What little frightened we don't know what to do!' the water beside the boiler dead. Wm. but injCashmir oh, how beautiful they sity of pain, but, betterof labor andpreatly dlminlthei than a.!, it Dan. Cissel was killed the other morn" 'Why don't you. go to bed?' 1 said. food is taken by tho flv is fluid; sweet of Buflfalo, are! Unquestionably they are nearer the danger to life of both mother and child. He Jennings, express messenger,this ovening. ing near Brlstow, by a fast freight. " 'Go to bedr they all shrieked in chorus. "TneetIne to diet- was badly scalded, and died X. beImot nrnestlr enrreatevcrr female Coupled with perfection than any human being.' conSned to no Mother's Friend. was hard of hearing. Go to bed, with that woman ravins at tho Sow the Fly "Moves. Lltes and Obtain Its fluids are its favorite the swarm of midS. Jackson, train porter, of Niagara Falls, this entreaty I will ad 1 that during a cob tetrteal But whence come r. Herald. end of the car?" They all ajrreed that practice U years I bare neter Known It to fall to back hurt, and injured Nourishment The Development or John Moxogue, a lad sixteen years old, had his R. Gurd, porter,was Niagara intersummer flies, and how do they keep in- other wouldn't go to bed tor $100,000 each. produce asafe.lolcfc delivery. II J Holmes, M D, nally. of they Falls, Its Wings "What Uecomes of Mike llyan mndea narrow escape, aud had his shoulder dislocated. The passenand creasing through August? What be American journalism responds nobly Atlanta. t.a-- Trea.!se " 'ffomin' mai'ed free. the Tormentors in Winter Thos. Monogue was killed the other day by gers all escaped Injury. comes of them in tho winter? How to the strain imposed by the silly sea- foul air in a well they wore digging for General Point. son. A mammoth cave, eiiuckim oi long do they live, and what of the manA Family Killed by Lightning. Martin Monogue, seven miles northeast of ner of life "of their young? Are the writhing 'rattlesnakes, has been discovShelby ville. The last blast bad been made, Bock Rxrio.s, Ia., August 10. Reliable ered in Alabama this week; the Jackson how little we small flies the children ol tho larger Some ono has observed and Thos. Monogue, the grown son of Mar- information is received hero that during a (Ga.) Keios lias noted tho stoppage of a really know about our intimate friondi:; ones? little was known about tho early tin Monogue, after waiting ten minutes, severe thuuder storm which passed over grist-milSo owing to all the snakes in even those living under the same roof. history of the house-fl- y descended to the bottom of tho well, aud this couuty, Saturday evening, a farm the pond having crawled out simultathat wo once Do not shoot too low. or dirtrtlv in the was soon overcome by the poisonous vapor, house about twenty miles Muth of the town neously to suu themelves, The same remark will in a degree apply endeavored, and with fair success, to thereby middle, on account of thick bone. Mike Ryan then went down to rescue- was struck by lightning and all the in.household com- study its transformations. During Auto that several feet; lowering the water-hea- d After murJi consultation with Veterinary Monogue, and was himself in a few momates killed. The inmates consisted of the New York Herald has enriched the is particularly abundWherever civi- gust the houso-tlpanion, the house-lly-. Surgeons and experts, no better or raorQ John McGuire, his and three ant, and especially so in and about stamerciful method of killing cats has been ments lying unconscious by the side of In the western partwifethe county children. Smithsonian institution with a snake lization penetrates, there go tho honeyof a house bles. On placing a fly in a bottle sho jumps found than to put with a long handled Monogue. John Monogue was then let was struck by lightning and burned, but that has a head like a pug-dotwin adjuncts of laid between six p. m., August 12, bee and the house-flpure down in a bucket, but instantly swooned nobody was hurt. The house of Joeph H. like a frog, and whistles; and the and loon about half a tcaspoonful of the higher culture. And yet how little eight o'clock tho next morning, ono cyanide of potassium on the cat's tongue aj and was hurriedly drawn out. A negro Wagner, two miles east of here, was nlso Times lias printed its annual comic of the fly; hundred and twenty eggs. They wero near the throat as possiole. Tho sutlering man with ' ropes around his body was let struck and severelv damaged, though no- article on the train boy. Philadelphia KEEP THE CHILDREN IN HEALTH. is known of tho iu only for a few seconds. Great care must down and succeeding In getting ropes about body was hurt. The storm was accomIf your chJd has any eymp oca t f dysentery or any whero its eggs arc placeQ, where its deposited irregularly in stacks, lying J'eeord. trouble of te bcweis, c;anetice l.:ee s Food as a be ued to get pure cyanide of iKitassltun, the two victims, and they wore drawn out panied by but little rain, but a heavy rain loose in two piles at the bottom of tho has becoma diet without dt ay. Uc'.ess the young live, upon what they live, how ami to keep it tightly corked. Dumb of the well. Thos. Monogirwas dead, fell during the mght. correct the difchronic, rec.a.r.22 medical The world is asked to contribute ficulty; and. as a dietetic Inaid. It 14 tl is lnraluable. bottle. The next day several .maggots, sltksess. they become flies, and how long they Animals. $60,000 for the repair of the old church, and Mike llyan did not revive uutil.next as the larvar are called, wero observed Texan Millionaire Dies in Philadelphia. remain with ns. built six centuries ago, where Shakes- WILHDFT'S FEVE8 ASS GUE TOrilG morning. in tho bottom of tho Philadelphia. August 10. Moro Phillips If wo examine one of them, it will be crawling about JEALOUSY AFLOAT. A warranted cure for an diseases John T. Gatiikight has been appointed died at the Monmouth House, Spring Like, peare's bonos are buried. Those who seen that the fly has six legs, composed bottle. "Afterwards by placing a mass caused by malarial poisoning of have undertaken to raise the money One Womau'd lVrtersily llowSho Mnn Surveyor of Customs for the port of Louis- yesterday afternoon, aged seventy-fiv- o of a nlimber of segments or joints of oflal in the sun, the flies came and the blood, such as Chills and Fevrr. should engage some American newsused Her Husband. laid their little white slender eggs, which ville. years. He was one of the largest real freely movable upon each other: the toe FeTeraad Ague. Sun Pains. Dumb paper to act as subscription agent. hatched out, so that thousands of writhOn the boat going up tho river tho other Chills. Intermittent, Remltumt. or tarsal joints are live in number. To JiW& TnE Deposit Bank of Greenup has made estateasowners .in Texas. Many years ago Chic w shipwrecked on thecoastof Texas, Bilious and all other Ferera caused 30 Current. day was a conpks of whom everybody soon an assignment for the benefit of creditors. ho the last joint are attached two hooked ing maggots abounded in tho mass. by malaria. It Is a!a the safes; and was sodelighted with the country that It was found that the young maggots was plain enough that took notice. It claws, and if anyone will examine the and best cure for "nlarged Spleen he bought a large tract of land aud erected Lv an alTray at I'restonsburg Proctor A Qiuious sort of a physician is fiours after the in twenty-fou- r fly's foot with a microscope, he will de- hatched laid. At first they lFer Cak. .. General DettUty "Well. I'm going to bed anj way,' 1 said. they had had a row, and that the wife was Arnold was shot and killed and threo col- the first house upon tho grouud where the Pelayo Sabarina, of Ures, Sonora, Mextro but and Periodic Kcuraigia. city of Galveston now stands. Hi3 fortune hen she had taken a ored men seriously wounded. t this tlinv nil stiriidenil aeain and mad as a wot mn. tect between the claws a little cushion eggs were than the eggs. ico. Wth his saliva ho will cure any After re- begged and implored me to it up with CHAS. F. KEELER, Prop., Chicago, III. is estimated at 10,000,000. which is deeply cleft into two parts or little larger husband walked up and down and Tho doctors case of hydrophobia. son Brent Huoiiks, the maining in the first stage for one day them and protect thorn. They knew that seat the at OXCn FOR AXACEXCT FOU nn.l nmmnl in murflaps. The under sides t)f the flaps !,.w.d of; think he chews som- - horb beforehand APrtTAT Massachusetts' Population. Frankfort, liave very numerous peculiar hairs which the maggot moults, bciug alittleMarger Unit fearful woman would certainly Kt ! Mlllr threats of veiurimnce. On tho deck. wasBen S. Hughes, living near bathing-LIFE drowned In tho river while before. After another day it sheds away irom tho attendant and they wero slttluc by himself. was.i August 10. Colonel Carroll I). whfoh acts as !?pccific-w- r than Boston, big are bulbous at the end, and arc called its skin a second time and enters upon positive that they would all die of fright If ' ul M tu Sn of I Ernest Landkk, one of the assistant Wright states that a rough estimate of the teneut-hairsOF IYrley Tore, omcal Eiwapftr !U. S. These hairs are hollow, the third stage of its larval life, which I did not agree to stay awake. I was in fisted giant of a chap about forty years up superintendents .A now. allothor oarthly UK of tho construction of the population of Massachusetts, based on the woman gathered age. the By Ben: hat- - tho Mp, old fushlnned pills: and secrete a sticky fluid. Each tcnent O. a nice predicament, for I was in about that her and Her. irT H.Tlflany. D D. Gel the miff Uy flow degrees thoy downward wend, or It ami walked over which been received for ;, on.i Titmtr iirorL f!nmT!efe from tho hair is bent near the end, beyond which lats threetwo four days. or breathes by state we read of in which soldiers will go handparcelssat down beside himand shook his branch penitentiary at Eddyville, was returns of 1S85, hare make the number the pauso, or upward tond; nd oftcu and began a accidentally shot and killed by John D. census will Several years In preparation. and means of cradle to the spiracles of inat to sleep with a gun pointed at them. Finalbend, says Tuffen West, "is an elastic With such discomfort aro they 1 raupht, ftm'H'i' irtlbvimUa'tcn. Demand Isenormona. habitants of Massachusetts 1,940,000, a Lester, the Warden. Thi-lthe end of the body, which commun- ly I told the ladies that 1 had a frightful chceiful chat, explaining, however: rood eu"ect amount to naught. Asent IVuntcil. OrsTV. . JUtOTHEKS. n'Jr' .$$?!?? gam of about MJO.000 on the United States membranous expansion, capable of close icate with tho "My husband is terribly jealous of me, promptly If at all HI UII VKI Now. Dr. Plcrco prepares a pill in the Ttrnoio fever is prevalent In Mt. Ster-lin- g census of 1SS0. Ho expects to have the 51 W. JFourth Mt, Cincinnati, Ohio. contact with a highly polished .surface, There is also a spiracle near the body. headache, and If they would let me He and I want to bother him." 1111s the bill That Just exactly head. down for an hour I would get up awl watch complete result ready in September. and vicinity. A Pallet, rather, that is all from which a verj-- minute quantity of a "All right, inarm," replied old Hercules. A l'leasaut Purgative, and miU; When about to transform into the pnpa with them then for the rust of tiro night. clear, transparent fluid is emitted when Estill County claims that tho litho"Just chatter and chin to your heart's conJust try tliem as jou ftol ttioir need, Two Men Dashed to Death. or chrysalis state, tho body contracts " 'But how shall we wake you up?' one of tent, and I'll lurf and larf and slap my leg graph btone which it produces is the finest the fly is actively moving." You'll nnd that I eicak truth, indeed. barrel-shape- d case, and trans the ladles asked. Grand Rapids, August 10. While paintwhere the applause should come In." in America. Mr. West also adds, that when a fly is into a " 'Shake me,' 1 said. ing the dial of the clock in the tower of brown and hard. This case is called 5 IZJ So a t bold action puzzled the husband for The AYe suppose they call it "tho silver not making use of its cushions, as on a the puparium, and within it the maggot The local option vote in Hartford result- the Second Street 'They were shocked at the idea of reach- a few minutes, but presently he walked up Methodist Church this nuon" liecause thero aro four quarters fa UNEOUALLEDFOR CEMENTING surface sutliciently rough to afford it ed in a majority of 140 against tho sale of WOOD. GLASS. CHINA. PAPER. LEATHER.. ing behind my curtains, however, and one to the pair ami said to the man : morning, John Fox and Fred Schurer wero it. Iloston Bulletin. AWARDED COLD MEDAL. LONDON, 1S3. d with its claws alone, these only becomes a pupa or chrysalis. w hisky. rwaoy .Mason & "Are you an old acquaintance of hers?" thrown to tht ground, a distance of seven- PiKEsToOTHAcnEDROr5cureInlmlnute,25c. nuuuimimm having as a maggot of them suggested that 1 tie a string to any The house-lly- , Palae! Car the MM on r are made use of. berth TnE tobacco crop of Franklin County has ty feet, by tho scaffold getting away from Jim. CEMENT C0.&4-- .GLOUCESTER.by MAS3RUSSIA. "I should remark that I was, your Honor. 60LD lived a squalid existence, after a, pupal wrist and leave it hanging out of tho of an CO. Soap heals nnd beautifies. 25c. GIcrh'i 5td)Aur As earlv as 1667 Hookc noticed the where they might pull it at the end EVERYWHERE. SampTio Cass icstbT UsiLSc. been materially !njmd in quantity and them. Fox was killed outright, his neck -t the last sleep of from days, pushes s . .. GtniiAN Cou' Heiiover kills Corns llunions. :...i UV III .M- one cna five to evencae. ami on hour. I had to agree to this, and they got Knowed her fur are you?"thirty odd." LUU MliUlI "iWlllTll t I I'm' Who IIULJUIUIULV Ul being broken. He leaves n widow and four quality by the drouth. oi its pupat . i,-the string and tied it to me. I got in be"They calls me William the Conkerer uu..0, .uvUul...,iu6ulllu;.n..uouvu"l oil Tnr- ttrtfnrt .Tnnrtial savs there is poo- TnE numler of males over 21 years or children. Schnrer's ribs wero crushed in, emerging from the case, immediately hind the curtains, deploring another night . and he died at noon. frtriinni.rrmtmr iiaiii ciHtntil il.n try in vegetables. This is tough news for ago in Hopkins County has increased from .. ... runs about, thouuli its wings aro still of misery, and was seized with an Inspiraiuaso kBBBBBBKjpLK&?Ar4 wi'iDepaia lor any urnin t , in the tion. ui uacn uircai joint, wnenever Fun of same size that can veRo.arians. Buffalo Express. 3.S41, In 1SS0, to 4,070. sraa11' oft an.d Accidentally Shot. I untied the string from my wrist, ate'ean and has asmuch tirain projections or a yielding surface are' or Seed In oc day as ourPa- tached it to tho arm of tho seat under my Washington Pnipps, aged 60 years, one Tho Morning Dress. Olnet, III., August 10. Thomas Ecken-rodtho object on which the lly 1 up afforded Y . .estMUAAHUi urain flPiJillsi'1 mattress, and fell off into a profound slumnml Nml Meunrntor ami of tho oldest, nnd by far the wealthiest th,c lh"d It is said that a lady's standing in sociebetween twelve and thirteen years ol 7 and is walking Hooke also believed in the Improved ltnirxeroroar Mill with ber that lasted until morning. ty can easily be determined by her dresa u. w iuuuiuuuj iuc ny citizons of Ohio County, is dead. WnrthouH age, son of S. J. Eckenrode, of this city, at tho breakfast-tablexistence of a "smoky substance 0U lines, ami iu "The ladies were all still sitting up when an expensive, Equalizer, h!cb we offer takes lliRht, Wheat threshing is nearly over in tne nccidentallv shot himself this afternoon at showy costume indicating that the wearer class. cheap. Circular and Prlca If in its winged state the fly is one ol I awoke, and the string was broken. They Lint mailed free; southern part of the Stnto. The yield is Sumner, Ilf., with a loaded shotgun, and it has not yet learned the proprieties. But This, sajs West, has been considered 6ald 1 was the soundest sleeer they ever NEWARK MACHINE CO.. i uog- heard of." N. Y. Horning Journal. Columbus, Ohio. afraid of being called generally reported ns exceedingly small, is reported he can not live. Mr. Eckenrode 110 ono need mistake, "and yet it is certain that : l,ne osi uisagreraoiu a parents, are prespnt t ..w MLiV tVbut the very large corn crop makes amends. and wife, the boy's somewhere inatPennsyl- " fihoddv" if ber loveliness is as apparent n slow UU,Nl crlass verv ireanentlv iindorn-nfivisiting relatives by daylight as at the hops. Perfect beauat decomposition on its surface in a moist ?vcr The Swiss colonists who recently pur- vania. ty is never the attendant of disease; above QUERY AND REPLY. nimnApm fmm thn o 3 t niZn tbatllics have nn infancy mag chased the Bed Biver all, of those diseases peculiar to women, uw v.vpropose v. twrvtiu "111"- - TiIIll lllll 1n..l.rsrk JU (hnr 41,nH ,! !, lif bUL.kLIII'll w'f w . llKIlIlMllllt INVESTIGATION-to engage extensively in the cultivation of The Sweetheart Dead, and Lover Dying, and which find a readv euro in Dr. Pierce's in us composition, snen a cuamre is lead as scaenrers cleanses and purifies "Dld&'t ever hear that seeds of death. Utica, N. Y., August 10. Edward Pres "Favorite Prescription." Price reduced tho sugar beet and the manufacture of speedily produced in glass exposed to O, rare and radiant maldoii. .. j the August . air, ami aids in lowering r kilii Tnia I1I.UUU Ul inn irrnnritni sugar. The necessary machinery has been ton, of South Otselic, Chenango County, to ono dollar. By druggists. MIX norinn US ill Olir .1 Cai.llUJL. Were oftoti found in Cupid's breath '.. .?. c ?lr ol,r Cll,es ! I i l0Wns' window-panewent to tho house of his sweetheart, Tilda And In sweet kisses laden?' and convevs the appear- - tne ucain contracted for, nnd is now being manullent In the world. Get the ltctnulne. Ev "This is my golden wedding," remarked unit Is our w,l51e moit honse-tlio- s die on ap-ancoasif a 'smoky substauce' were con- factured by a firm in France, who aro the Manor, this morning, and as she sat at thi an impernnions man when he married a ery nackace bits SOLI) JC JUtlTAVIIEJUi INOCTLATIOX. marked Fraxer'a. breakfast table, fired three shots at her woman worth $100,000. proach of winter, multitudes being at- densed upon it. patentees of the latest improvements in The last shot killed her instantly. Preston "1 may have heard that story told. Hut fear ne'er penetrated R. U. AWARE It has been proved bv most careful h tacked by a white fungus, their swollen Jg&b, that lino. then put the pistol to his own head and ' dead bodies remaining on the wall or off the surface rolled The "old reliable" Dr. Sago's Catarrh This "breast, but 113 A. observations, which mnv ht tw,,v,v An ice machine with a capacity of twelve fired. He now lies at the point of death. I've beon inoculated." Remedv, Lorillard's Olimaz Plug verified by any one desirous of getting windows in October, a few live through tons per day is the latest bit of Owensboro OSCUUTION. at the truth, that this tarnish does verv the wititer. While writing this articlo Fatal Fall Through a Bridge. brarin? a rrd tin tag; that Lorillard's enterprise. THE 3L1RKETS. Tho hint was broad enough for him. f.ntrflcecut: that Lorillard'a materially assist a fly when in a weak on the first warm day in spring, a few Moaweatta, III., August 10. Saturday Lorillard's SnuUs.aro Navy Cllppln&n.ancl Who questioned hor and waited; when they haetime; when they don't they Five thousand and seven hundred hogsstale in maintaining its hold, and in Hies have for tho iirst timo made their the best aud cheapest, quality considered ? He raised the maiden's bonnet brim. out it short to Bill the Conk. And what heads of tobacco strips have been put up in night a steam thresher broke through a ClNCTN.VA.TI. AngUSt 11, 1P85. And then thoy osouluted. freely moving upon the glass. To keep appearance in our study. These will may yor o n handle be?" bridge, and fell a distance of fourteen feet, LIVE 00 0 8 25 OAwnbu D&pateti. Henderson this season. Palmer's Piano Primer, our windows clear for the admission of lav their eggs about stables in thejate near Todd's Point, this county. Herman "Humph! Marj', come with me!" 3 6 00 Choice Hutchers H. Sherwood. A. It. Parsons irlvlr Pctenilea. etc 4 40 3 90 Nineteen hundred hogsheads of tobacco, Claus, engineer, and Jacob Friesner, teamlight, it requires to be constantlv re spring, and thu give rise to a warm Iaralaable to teachers and tin prnsaWeto all learn"I'm entirely comfortable," she replied. ers, sarins Ume and lalior of feariicr worth manr S A Bright School Boy. -. 3 00J (ft 4 63 Good packers of maggots atid August flies. A'.'S. weighing 2,2S1,000 pounds, have been put ster, were severely bruised and scalded tc moved. "ilary, I want you!" times Its cosr ITlce. In lioanK 7.1 cents, 3 60 SHKEP Good to cho.ee death. The horses were also killed. Address U. I!. Pauieb,Mus. Doc. New lork City. Opticians call a similar deposition of 1'ackurd, Jr., in YouUCs Companion. 20 ftS 4 50 "Which Is to remark," said William, as up in Modisonville this season. Pmi'l!rmilt: I think it will be a long time before I ho rose up, "that when a lady puts herself , ,. I es .! ..$. a uiu at sweating oi glass. GUA1N postmasters crop. iiiwisiuic The following fourth-clas- 3 Itlnutvil Midi lenllil mforaia-tto- u Will make a speech to a lot of school chil61 Killed While Entering a Church. N'n " red Uil Bmd Ui niap, Ftfe under my protection, and a lly gent comes Wct further describes the way in A Disinterested Party. 47 47 brs'th, lands, climate of dren again. Flattered by the success of an around with his chin music, Bill the Conk were appointed on the 4th: A. M. Mosley, 10. David Palmer, torn Xo.2 mixed Fulton, Mo., August which the actual movements of the fly's to 27 tvk, te , oorpcrtpt- jiotalcMwH! Oats No. 2 mixed annual address before one of our universi- is In duty bound to protect her. Stranger, d, Adalrsville, Logan County; Geo. S. Lee, a farmer, was killed by lightning yester60 mm nd rot- Sice, aJrsos It t. a 60 Hye Ko.2 foot aro made. The cushions are set "Hello, there!" called out a bartender Owenton, Owen County, and Geo. Mason, day just as he was entering a church tc HAY Timothy "o. 1 '.RAHAM OraUanuTusA. to I ..1100 &14 ties this summer, I was vain enough to you skip: ' dowu on a smooth surface, perpendic- in a ,.. 10 &960 worship. , Milldale, Kenton County. attend Wet Brighton beer pavilion while think that I could shine as brightly before a "Sir!" 14 CO ..1100 horizontal, and the numberless "IlrUhlU Disease, and ular or food MeaiuinB "Which Is to say that you will skip or in a village The oat crop in Henry County is the 50 910 60 all Kidney and LTrlnniyTronbles. OIIBCn 3ltiete, spring Sandaslcy County, PKOVISION'S Pork MM.... Dakota Girl Farmers. tenon t hairs applied to such surface: the thirsty souls from an inc,dng boat lot of small children at a school lecture trip. swim!" Green r At 1 e 7H where 1 stopped on a recent finest ever harvested in that section. The Lard Prme 6tatn Ohio, by tT. - llrown, M. I. Jr. C ml. 13 a "a slight push forward of thft.i siu. surged in front of him. jrtViJiMuLhere ... is William reached out, but the husband re-- j vield on some farms is as high as eighty HDTTKIl Fancy Dairy Uavlnc heard one or two boys praised and Turner, As.t. Write for partIcnlar-V- 23 (S 23 Now stories constantly appoar of girl ccedi'd by.a gcntlo draw backwards at J0" didn't paj"." flattered for being extra smart and apt, I iroaieu and sat down at a sure distance, i bushels to tho acre. VUBVV each application, removes the air be - ' But tho two men he aO LPPPPI not took occasion to dampen a little tally I at- and for two long hours he must have suf .i"nrmoiswho-aro- T rnakinffiortunes in tit 126 rriiTy U L U I E 11 coaim LMloas The new churctfat Independence?" len?1 Dakota. These stones are not lies, but 2 00 iweon tncir .soil clastic exnansions and feeni to hear him, and ibeyTjWjged out. tempted to dish out, by, remarking that fered torture. The wife chatted, WUliarul Avpfes, prune, per barrel.. 1 60 jjearsj Oed;rentuaaalBcrea. experienceand Quo. laws. clrcnlars early smartness oftentimes stopped In slapped his leg and the passengers winked:' Ron County, was struck by lightning a few such their plane of motion, and thus a linn .:.i thero is a halo SOK. C1nclnr.nl. A. W. MoCOKMlCK youth; that frequently very smart little and as the couple landed at one of the ays ago. Roof damaged slightly. The when they get into print 4 10 hold is gained. Access of .air is pre- FliOUB State and Western.. ..J 3 fiO 5 90 " -- 4 30 nd eheatt Good to Choree I FrttV' called oiijtho barleudci boys became very dull men. I thought I " the man In the red shirt hand- (congregation had just been dismissed, but of romance about them which does not TUP M A TDiHn l&L t vented In the minuti. mmntitv f mAict. III 1 lUfll U 92K Wheat-N- o. monial pacr pblvhel. Von SChicaeo fel- - was getting along finely, until a little fellow ed the lady ashore like a cavalier and none rcvcivcu iujuij ouu aiuu- - exist in Dakota. These girl farmers aro GKAIN red ouub urc which exudes from the'exnanded to a waiter. "Say, Trite, hail them 1 OlXit 1 fi2 will ceiHial. find a honband or wife la tu columns, or No.2 called out: ng. 62 & 65M 70a cao sdTertue Tf"'f- Mailed for J0ct. Address Corn No. 2 mixed not from among Colonel P. Donan's tip of tho tcnent appendages: and thus lcr for tho price. They!ve gone out exclaimed: THE 3IATKI3IOMAL. Chattanooga, Tenn. ".Mr. Philkins, you must have been a 43 37 & "I tumbles to tho object, mo lady, and Ifl T. P. Roberts & oon, prominent mer late iruportatious of Boiton blue stockOats mixed a vacuum is lonued, on tho same pnn- - without settling, H 25 1100 PORK-M- ess ... ... very smart and funny boy when you was William the Conkerer kin ever be of asThe mot lirautlral and finest toned Galloway County, have ing, but were of tho pioneers who went LAUD Western steam 6 60 ciple as in the atmospheric Tho tall German laid down his tray, little." the sistance again jist gin mo a blast on vonr chants of Shilo, ORGANS lntheworiu for catalosuc. taupay-mrnAddress Send an assignment for tho benefit of their into the Territory six or eight years CHICAGO. n of tho photographer, or wiped his mouth with his apron and and I'll be thar' till death." De- made I never answered him: but stopped right Weaver Own 1'lano and Western. ...$1 Z Q5O0H ago, and they aro" ladies who o3er no FLOOK-Ptthe 'artificial gums' of the dentisL When started ferocously aftcrthc recedng there, and will never address a school of troit Free Press. creditors. Wheat The GKAIN - unicago No. 2 red... 88 the lly wishes to move a leg from its couple. Soon he came back with a fes- - small children again. They seem to unEleven horses have been killed by light- inducement to the fortune-hunte- r. spru HO. Be Brief, Brother. vicinity of Crossland, within girl who has developed in Dakota is a plneo of attachment, the claws aro toon of dark blue under the battlements derstand human nature too well. Ike Phil-hinning In the S 463, CfDiaper acre Corn No 2 .Texak t 28 25K Oats No 2 creature by herself; there is something brought'dowh and pressed against the of his left oye. There-waMy son, if you want to acquire the ability two weeks. "WIss. Bangs and Wayes sent C O. IJ. any. a rent in his C KK ill r where. Wholesale and retail surface; from their position they raise duster and a lump under his jaw the s! 3 55 te9 B0 The various county fairs of the State in tho climate i Inch gives her a special of making short speeches, let me whisper B. C fitrehl s cor The Proper Place for Him. 6 32He 6 37 LAllD-a- m i jiauui uio puivuius will be held this fall as follows: Richmond, development, mentally and physically, uitiiiuuv-tcusn- - oizu oi u uouusn oaiL in your ear: Tell the truth. Just stick to BAUT1MOKB. Treated and cured without the knife. ion). where tho tenent hairs are least "D'd you collectf" called outthe bar-August 11 four days. Columbia, August ami sho rates a sw eetheart as she would As .old Banker Backtager sat on his front the plain, every-daily $3 K i 4 75 on ttvatment sent free. Ada ess CANCER BookPOND. M.P- Aurora. Kane Co,lU. unvarnished truth, IS four days. Lawrenceburg, August IS a horse. When a young man has fol" doveioped, first, and eo on forwards. If tend or,. v F.L. SSHO 95 etoop, watchi ng the rise and fall of Koman and you'll never talk longer thar. fifteen four days. Springfield, August 25 four lowed her on a reaper half a day around the rlaws were attached to the fifth 55Jf Corn mixed "Naw," said, tho waiter. g chap minutes, and sometimes you'll get through a slim, 38 35 & whoat-iicl- d o ho doesn't joint, :is it has been supposed, thev days. Shelbyville, August 25 four days. a hundred-acr"Wouldn't they give up!"' &. EDUCATIONAL. hopped to the steps and said: in one heat, 1:11 i. If a man Lexington, August 25 five days. Paris, quote any Tcnnvson at lunch, and after PEOVI3IONS Pork Mess ....11 60 11 75 could not act equally well in the way I 7J I85S. THE NATIONAL NORMAL I88S. "Aw, beg yer pad'n, y'know, but couldn't comes home from tho brook and hare mentioned: ami I think a llvwh'en September 1 five days. Falmouth, Sep- he has helped her to break in a yoke of expense ria) to saiu JIiDIAXAPOLIS. "What didyou do?" .yer give me. aw, a position in your Xew simply: "I caught a trout that weighs says, OreriOruru'Jed. -- S once stuck fast, if it had no claws, might ' "Tole dem to scddle up' O 05 Wheat No 2 red four tember 8 five days. Bardstown, Septem-berlt- J steers he'd rather have arnica than caUNIVERSITY! Departments proor I'd wollop York office, aw'."' Mixed. and pounds," you can believe him. 45. All prof casloos rcmnin so." four days. Maysville, September rcases. That is tho reason we hoar so Corn mixed M dem." 25X 'Too late," growled tho old man; "if OTers.au he begins tided for ninlomas conferred. here, where he 16 four days. Hopkinsvillo, October 1 much of girl farmers jn Dakota who re- Oats It should be noticed, as any one may ' ' That was right What did they say you had called on me this morning I might But if his rod, how by telling paid LOUISVILLE. Teachers uml ItookUeeperii, trained uunji hare bought much he for it, three days. Union County, October 6 do, that the fly. like all injects, moves to that?" Dten helped to uoml nuuation. Any i main single they are so practical and Hoar ANo. 1 15 ft 4 36 $4 have utilized you." how big a bass he took with it last sumor "Womnn can parne any study witn a? Ex- 96 GKAIN Wheat No.2 red 14 four so severe. Chicago Tribune. tho logs of each tiair altcrnatlv in i Nodings. .. Von packed me by der "Aw, in what mannah, pway?" mer, what kind of a reel ha had on, what four days. Gernmntown, October 4SM tt 34 pemeoiTlme ana .Money HOLBROOK than at any other Institution After all. the pressure of tho chaw, der odder fctchedimo on dor eye. tVHIKIIlf. "As a ramrod for my little boy's cannon, lly he used, the length and strength of his days- Oat mixed & in the C S. Catalogue and full Shakespeare's remains have never POKK- mess attti ..sphere is the main agent by which Dey nogged me oud ri4t ivattslbed you infernal idiot," roared the banker. Oil 00 casting-lin- e A distillert warehouse at Owensboro. and how long he played the LAHO-stel'realdenl AX.FJ1XI Lebanon. "Warren Co, O. 8 Tho slab covering Gwacious heaven!" trout before he landed It my boy, a llyr is ablo to adhere to perfjctlv von." "A a wamwod! that tras unroofed and badly damaged by a been disturbed. them, and which bears the famous shrieked the slim, as he fell into tho area. A.N.K-- E. 1043 man may begin with the honestest Intensmonth surfaces. wind storm. "The douce they did. Did you smash tion in tho world, but by the time he gets 2. Y. Journal. Fid hed from most oth- - 'cm back?" Father Higgins, of Owensboro, has suc- lines beginning ,4Good friend, forbear," the trout Into the landing-nhe will lie ceeded Father Sheridan In the charge of is just within the altar rail of Holy "ir Twoi-- a but a sinirlc nair of "Smash fnr from three to five pounds in spite of himTrinity Church, Fearfully Tantalizing. wins,; what corresponds to tho second should I take op vour kivirtpU?"' tho Catholic Church at Cloverport. self and a Christian mother. Burdette. arrcisry or hunter pair iu other insects being a . Bigger Head, of Daviess County, acci- Holy Trinity's chancel is as long as its IL "Hello, Fred, you seem awfully put out dentally shot his wife with a pistol, which nave, antLJwhile the body of tho church pair oi knob-lik- e FOR "balancers." Tho HAGArTS The Los Angeles Herald describes What happened, eh?" The Beautiful Miss Smith. night or. the house flv is most rapid in a specimen of tho he thought was not loaded. The wound is in daily use by the parish of Stratvampire family rewas fearfully tantalized a little ford that part of it in which tho poet's one. "Oh, I warm. Mibry weather. Wc all know cently caught At an evening party Dumley was intro- is a serious how imy and pertinacious their move- - men measured there: "This hu"0 speci- while ago. I tied on a pretty girl's bon- duced to a young lady, and after a remark The tenth annual exhibition of the Col- bones lio is seldom or never used. The 7mm tin name of the river is pronounced with ored World's Fair, will be held near nieuls- an m dog-dav U net The ribbons got tangled; her eyes about the weather he said, gallantly: weather. 'tnrinnn,:. twentv ChiAugust 27, 28 and 29. There will bt the long sound of the a If ha. tW: found" that a eommou fly lips were cherry ripe, and so is a secret aid to beauty. "V sparkled, hor Pr$" , "And have I really the pleasure of meetJrwhenX-lptVvo ifiafvc and running races in additional cago Herald. nis Tve close to mine that ber breath swept my ing the beautiful Miss Smith, whose praises trotting three Mustang- Liniment is older than Many a lady owes her freshS himdrod and thirty times a Tninute, ordinarbft to the regular rings. are being sounded by everybody?" cheek." Ford's Theater in "Washington, ia most men, and used more and .,. . . no, Mr. Dumley," the lady replied, whorem a hnnv.lu ness to it; who would rather "Oh 1...1 .. "You were dying to kiss her, eh?" nt ivlic YILII "i .jii lWars A reduction in wages has been made In which President Lincoln was assassilarS0 0S-"the beautiful Miss Smith to whom you reThat "as just It." arc niiinii wvnrni ' i.uiiLiiiiu:ii iiiiii more every year. ivi cant tell. not His 1Bio-a.vft3 ,.:.. ..!"r .. "."7. ; . the coal mines near Peach Orchard. Th nated, has becu converted into a musefer Is a cousin of mine." "Well, Phy didn't you kiss her?" . ; , or "For a very simple reason. Her hus- , "Oh, that's It? Well, I thought there joiners now average SO cents a day fli um, in which skeletons and memento. jnies In Tho wings larantiiia wiiea faniu Washington of death abound. hi blto band was standing by." Philadelphia must be a mistake somewhere," said the thir labor. .wcribe a figure 8 in the air. would probably be a gallant Dumley. JT. Y. Sun, CalL The Hickman Courier, 10 e Iaf 5 lat mid-ocea- n, -- e N over-wor- k, y. - full-weig- ht - - H soda-wat- , ut HAY-FEVE- R. kind-hearte- wall-directe- d CMBB saw-log- s, run-rrtf- lg O aTrSS'x ki m m PwfeverSIJj cigar-mak- er e, P. 5-- super-saturatio- n. well-know- 41 rM xv book-keeper.b- as m HE 0 ANGER il Courier-Journa- l. air-brak- hand-brake- s. Y. ht MW s Friend." J l, ever-prese- - y g, y, New-Yor- k life-histo- ry tro-i.- e I r i j i fifteen-year-o- ld ovHn.-im.l- v . red-shirte- L ." Tri-sentl- 1 PEii Pl$kMY 3JS1II M . gr-iv- e Crm-Sr- tn. wn-w.- ,i air-hol-es -- r air-tub-es iul'r, ?4 L PAGE'S &LU1. naa..-irp- ui fopt-hol- n- a '!.. ?!... i,nHw;S?c.,-r- I ... i - $50 Beward 1 ! i ia-r- d; bSqv"$J " nJ?mP iuu. - e, ! M ssAYFTX - e; I o "i - Tm , iron-wor- ks FRA M ((n AXLE IBEASEb Trod-iunrA s, J HOGS-Corat- non $.: post-pai- I Wheat-Longbcrry- a MAS TOnACCO-Couimonl- ,u.. m m 1- rWxA4.p: Xrera s . , , club-hous- - 1 T T & maul-lU- D - hat-pe- g,' t. plate-holde- r' iog-hor- atc i s. 75.G00 ACRES s P0KK-Me- urn iih.i. IISOT prlce-llsto. -- y, FDOOB-Kam6RAlN"-Wheab-- j. No.2 sky-rocke- ts, dudish-Iookln- Oat-mi- xed i'J -- Lard-Uefl- ned UU one-ha- lf lral --- $ -- " Corn-mi- xed - I ain 'm et .--. Stratford-upon-Avo- n. - v 7, mots ?i,a ZSh ZF'l ?!? .T I rvi,-.iT- :'rraaTim" "lu-uuiiar. $:""'! . tt Slwtlf " vm sT 7mn .. ... .'" Mid-wa- y. Man and Beast. Magnolia Balm tcHand A-vo- n. - Si SJoa , PL r 5 f-- ?r -r . ," ss L'tij-igu"-- '' a-- i" 7 T, TC. rn imimii liull vr timswm M , ., iimniiiwnii im im n lmmnrmnTTI LOCAL tfCEWS. Whooping-coug- h n I " Mk. Pleas gsp'IviiiKr. bcmt noon, b$ j ET I&jSS&OZTz:. OF" ;CE MiPDtBTOK Rrl ymro, a bo wa 4nwl frew fcpav- at or near Dr. Geo. Powers', was killed. l&poy was driving a Srt trc wnr, brkulrtr fcr the oweet L4th. gl"; t team, hauling lumber to the rail- lut bil bbIoim Its ptwiHtre Mini Mr Fire in Frankfort, Ky.. Mon- rosu depot, ami in going hovui wt- , Mkc rmt Itagrmut, it Uevulj day Morning destroyed pr'oporty what is known as tho Harrison nut Hum &t ABgeljirtt iMMd by Cod on valued at $51,000. ?2h hill, the bc6t iuformation is thatj IjStWr fly A society of Advontists with he neglected to lock his wagon j Hky. etet nbiMm, lfca Wjryad tltc . i- i .1....... ii. i: 25 members has been organized aim 1S VCani wun i HO T.mie.llf.U . fcHt It JMnot Uro &.M. hill in a trot, he jumped oft the i mm at .Madison villc, Ky. r1"T!? ilwiw . saddle nude in his effort to check No busiuess of any spacial A cteops feu little OuWiiM, to jit no, in public importance beforo the them, and foil, so doing lost his footrt piM, ue alrsKg. the loaded lumber roBil ing and County Court, Monday. i. wagon passing over his body, and It is thought in Washington causing his death in a few minutes. that Mr. Cleveland will return There was no one near enough to A?Ml? " toW'y "lrlt w tMuMeg wttb a. o UV bit 4arHg Ujm4 .M worW ef from his vacation in three wooks. soo exactly how it did happen, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Polk, Mrs. but he was seen after he had jump, An$ kr loving vptrit tret Wm m vsittg of Hgbt Karbor4 "vr y4er" alt gWntMN! &4 Garfield and Mrs. Grant aro tho cd oft' and was on foottrjitg to AiJ Jilrtnlit check his team. Some persons ShWtlrd to a" aB1 !a four living widows of Presidents. lMt04M tend seeing the team trotting by, withOBeWttW pryr-"S- wt Ani, Inn tb goWi In the Stato elections last out a driver, ran as quickly as pit nr." ! possible to the scene, and found week the Democrats lost eight and I,olotJr andiWsr tered os w lovely emr tfcn gamed two mouibcrs of tho Legis-lEspe- y in tho lastagonioi of death. Wto?t,ol w't yH grant we asd dr jafw' pryr V laturc. him up, he only When they raised t bright iDgel HAtUng, dr9pjl a pitying Dr And'vtr Tho St. Louis fair opens Tues- said, "I'm a dead man." Ml'ujxwi wir Uatt, asd eetittond ait 4elr It day September 8, and closes Sep- O'Daniel was called and. arrive Pr, tbrat tli vll &f sorrow, m r granted Mifiiit toee pretty quickly, but tho poor feltember 12; 620,000 stakes and low was doad when the Doctor Our Itv Wflved eni liappy thruha( ttmUy. purses will be given arrived. DIES. The cholera has increased to On the 6th inst., at Hazel Doll, near X Nttirtllur? I!sco cry. , such an alarming oxtont at MarCoatnce seilles that tho hospitals havo Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dajt., Cayce, FuHen county, Kyn Mra. John Hildteton, ittfant ditnphter of vourt convenes Monday, August Tho Fulton hi Hickman. which Mr. Pleas. Espey, a joung Count v Circuit mau who Hied in Obion county, , Tcnn-- red, Wednesday," yor and II. 15 duyg. r.. McGcihe, aged i. 1 CITY ITEMS. the Watt4i maker, is k Lundrutti'ii drug store. Hi (.kill and reliability has been proven, and b is IachUmI lwre permanent' to alway make good his promise. -- "" - i . - " ii" IHMWHW MCSi BV nvr located in Iur!!:sstmo, Moore Sl)iirti! two-stor- Farm (or Sale. gmoke-house, " y wnr:,. iv-n-m. iiMM 1 UU-H- - The J. P. Marr place, ona mile from lliekmaii, fino Frame Dwelling. 8 roomh, cistenv, fine Farm, stables, e&rringe hnue, shop, and other improvement?, and contRinimg about 130 S. aeres. For tenufi xpplj to Judge Murrell. y - MSkMiMq m ., rrTfi-r- T "We havo adopted a Cash Syvtem, doing buneass with at little expend as pcg'lhV Carrv a "OodSlock ol everything in the line ot Dry Goodv Notions. Clothinfr, Becr Shoes, Gents anu jiiv;. r urnwiicg iJoous, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths. Tble Oil Cloti ; c. &c . &0. Eter thlnx 1h bH;n0marke'd down to a close Cash V j arc, ticca- nuarter? for JlcoV, w Office's and Children's 3! S PES i Tlie.extrcmely low PRICES at which we arcoflering our STOCK has attracted an unusual large trade to our Store, and we feel very thankful has to our patrons for their liberal appreciation of our efforts to give BtirllRgatnc, the established a reputxliiMi as a skillful workman aefiod to no 4ne in his Use, and bun-dr- k them E. W. MARR8. r, Wateh-iuake- Landrmw's. for whom he ha done work will his reliabilHy. Call at Moore d evi-den- oe & 't CIIQICBlotof Cos-ao5e ier pound, at Ucot SflAW'S. for MU8S For ShIc. A good perfaWs SAW MILL, power, and in good coaditieH. Also, FOUR M ULE8 and Log Wagon ; and V Yoke of Oxen, Vugons, Uuting, &c , complete. For further miorniation, apply to or adireet E T. SMITH, t Moscow, Ky. e at HOSEST PRICES. thaulcsffar their To tlie ladies ESPECIALLY, do we return augl-i-12- MANY COMPLIMENTS and L 3 been opened for the. lcception o patients. t Faith cures aro recognizod by that great English medical authority, the London Lancet, which says there is no question! that they aro wrought- Tho prospect of war between Englan d and Pussia is greater now than since last May. The Kussiau press has lately grown very hostile. Ir. T. M. French has been absent this week as a delegate to tho Grand Lodge of Iho Knights and Ladies of Honor, in session this week at Covington, Ky. Tho Adrentlsts havo revised their calculations, acd now announce that tho world will come to an end positively no postponement this time May 11, 13S6. Tho Hickman Public School The eplended store room on Clinton Htreet, lately ocoupied by Alexamkr & .Maxwell, dry goods merchant, ia for rent, ou reason ame terms, apply to 33. T. GARPKBIt. writes thas Lib wife had been treiiUaiyVliK Shu had livwl one yer and acute lJronclntis lor many voarB, ami 111 US& k WMY wo solliBg Ko. 10 aUrcmedioa tried cave no permarent feur ,IM,uUu, TJL SOUTH BEKD URILUKU 1'LUWS fe1'8 8lde- who ra88cd lief, until he procured a bottlVef Dr. for 7.50. Kow ia the time to by. Th hitrat rote, mrt lwda taoet rmre, Musk St Shaw. and Coldg, wiich had aiuagiwl effect, nnd l'lKcwi Milk arttalc ktc, C Chritrs lwb laid tUtro, produced a permanent CHre. It is guaraifc: l4m.l nut. aogelii fece. T'iti:i Rurlingante, is looa-teTItu teed to oure all Diseased of Tiiroat, Lung permanently in iliokman ; and if lie Tb spirit cr it soured uwy, or bronchial Tubefl. Ttire o n, t life krtercfe, fixes your watch, is always at home to Trial liottles Free at 3doorc k Lan- 7M bnlMH Kulo fmiixI tl etey, prove tho reliability of bin work. druui'a Drug Store. Large Bize S1.00. ot For Hen I. BriJsW - I sra w mGE PURCHASES in our y.as.i:;yia wwozk In Whttcanjl Red Nettings, White Goods, Mulls, Laccs"EmbroU1eries &c, we have aar?e and elegant line. We are still oSering the following very rare Bargains: HIE t "are the JiJJ). i V , Watoh-iuake- r, d nf- -l Hc1hh1, fa vwitiag friend sad relatives in this county, and will remain until about tke 1st et Septtcibar. Mr. G eorge l'oeU, wlia ha-- been visitsorrow audpain. Charleston EnAn Hurt t Mono Scr.ipttajr. J ing h s fatlier, opposite liickwat, has reterprise. It turned to Uniontown. Edward Shepherd, of Ilatrtf-bu- i t nmeli monagorio and uaya. "llavmc received The Wallace now M'. Willie Steele, of Sew from Electric Bittern, I feel it circus Wednesday, was quite large-V- let nuflerinc hurannity know it. my ihittb' ootmpetcd with liradstreet's Commercial Ha JIave attended in the day time, but a running re on my leg for eight yai. Aj;eney, has been visiting Hickman, his tho exhibition at night was greet- my doctors toW me I would have to have boyhood howe, lhs week. ed by a torront of rain, ami the the lione scraocd orietraniDHtated. I aed. 51 rg. CUrefloe U. Landrum, left this of attendance not so large. Some instead, three bottler lea'sElectric JfitSbw week, for vslt to her mother, in Illinois. pronounce the show very good, andren boxe Buck andArnica Salj, 7r.Ai Mciilie Caldwell, tho accoinpHahcl well." w now B C Cadwel, is expected while others thought it a poor af- and ray leg Bitters sounl E'.octrio are wold at fifty eoata mt.lt: c.f battles, and Btjcklen'.-- Arnicti Salvo "iX. 25S. uo return U Uiokmav, tlaa weak, to re fair. (mine her partition as Assistant in C&ld- & Landrum Said ono colored saint to an- per box at Moore Jreil s Ae&iomr. A, Store. other: '"Dey p'intod me on de Normal Me'!, a t ' rrof. ilvHtr of th ?onthra Mr. Cal- committee, and I raa.de my instiiirsen, hh4 Rv At 1 Y .1... ' - w"iB gation, and iny- report nofliohig" nofitlKy, 3ftuiuki6, Xenn., lasrl' rHf " "v iaim vm.r Aalt. u.A the house of lie v. i TtiStin? Hickmni fliitwiiSr. in tho inter- accoptacious, tended my. assig- Conntee, colored pastor of Hheir sehooU. nation, and I hain't heord no mo' - Mks. Mary Mil- LOT.-M- rfl. Millet, wmow oi - Alarv - - the latcJno. Millet, and mother of Mr. R. B. Millet, of- - Hickman, anU Marv. and Mel. Millet, and Mtj. Harriet Eoulhac, and Miws Bbfie Millet, of Owensboro, died, in tho latter city, on Tuesdaj-- , tho llth instant. Tho deceased was a resident of Hickman for imuiy yearc. her husband having been for over a quartor of. a century the Iftgul of one of our largest and lea'ding business houses. After tho death of her husband in IBIS, she moved to Owensboro, where she llU will oncn on Monday, Ansr. 31. aiijco with her elitldren. 81u Patrons are requested to send was a lived noted'for her chiiT- lady children on opening day, as tho bio acts and deeds, as wae upr school will be graded on that'day. i whole family, and many old frfps smaereiy acquaintances Miss Mollio Dick, one of our and girls, was married on last Sunday monrn her death. She was biujl to Mr. Will George, of Hickman in the Hieknian cemetery by 'the Ky. We hope their happiness and aido of her late lamented husband, ' pleasure may over balance their Thursday evening. 1 Dkath of -- Itoml anil lomlr. The loseee paid by the Travelers Tnanr-ane- o Company during the month of April, 1S35, on Life ami Accident Policies together, amounted to $112.6 l'J,61, or a fraction IVoflce! mere than fifteen dollars a minute for evAg has been published, heretofore, the ery banking hour of the month, T.M. FRENCH, Aasrr, 1'ulton County Teaohert' Iostiaite meets at II tout an, Ky. , at Caldwell' Academy in ilieksaan, August, 17th, lSsii, at 9 a a. lwor Pete. All teachers who do not attend the fall For ealo, by W. D. Diestelbrink, all ei- time rorfeit thoir oorlifieatee. or riflit to obtain one. See Art. X, Sec. 2, School xea. As low an the lowest - M Iioh Te W raiitnr ucltt Hot to have vrcpt, uriiK nut. hr Wrll ej us jmh brwat, be atiu !. Men-day- Money aaved by buying of, I3i excuse, I did not know thst I was PLAUT BRCa. & CO. going-tteaoh," or UI had ho way to go," vrill not be accepted. A full tine of Ilerapo, TogntiBa, and A certificate from the family physician Cloths, and floor taat the teaaher or come oe or tbe family Bruseelb Carpeting, prices.OilAh,"Trunk, i siok, and Uiat it woskl not be prudent Kujrs, at very low Immense and Hatehc!s, forthe teacher " to attend, will he a good Values. Bag, stooJ: ston'd be a seen to be varitty. Our rae. J1L SlvoxEa, StieunteBdcBt of SoliooUpylton county. appreciated. AtSXASDR & MAXW.t. Law. Lawns 3,500 yds Printed .; : Oi..l n . f-u.inns, iiiuu otyius,---- -- UYCSn 2,000 " yard vudo Brown Sheeting GinghAni Checks 5,00 Victor Lawn 20ics. 10 " India Eiuon 3 " Lace Curtain Goods 1 Bordered Scrim Net Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea 75 &z. 20 " Bordered Ilundkerciuefa 20 a Genfe Colored Malt Xlose.. Blue Colionaiio Pants.. Ladies Kid N4w Port Ties " 4 futton New Ports li Ofcora SlinjxTs : " Iront Laoe Sewed Cblf Shoes Shirts Gftnte lmlauadried Brogans " Fnll - PRIO " to the very best "FT A TNT THE? a trutn that ne nave tiie beat Hi lor men and won that bus over v j r- uijf luviuuuui lit umiwuiui. rtir ui iiivcv ,71 Warranted b cturcr; dont be humbugged into paying an extorttonatc prn. -. others for a thafcan't touch oura for Strle. Durabilitr and Neatness of . lull Mmn tn n. a'ttjiuy uiio pun n ,111 - .. ill t uu.vuuit, . us J I wiuk ulionuiciu, zuiuI jou iii in; tuiivjutvu iL.I we have Raid arelocts. TIIE LOWEST TRICE HOUSE IN;IIICKMAN, We creates; Jcty , from the Cheapest CHK .. SHU "P' ri ..- t. 1 1 ....;..! ..jat -- - worth (( a u l( tt (t 71c 5c for 5c Gc tt tt ft 31c 3J 5 5 5 10 illllj TECS 10c 20c tt 35c 3uc 10c 10c 10c 1.00 " " tt tt tt tt tt It It 20 25 3 5 5 75 75 75 75 1.00 m GKAODB SSA.1X(. STJB.P.SSISTG 33T SV23S,,S" THB 3SST MEDStTM 2SADE: tt te 1.00 1.25 tt tt tt tt OF LSK23 PS,ECS. tt 1.00 1.50 $k " tt 1.00 1.25 tt u 75 1.00 Vnf. Texa, Ed W. Marrs, l'i annul. principal These Hiccs ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du. of Trea-to- n, AH khid of DWafeelcata Qldoride of Lime, sulphate of Um, Carbolic Acid, Chloride of Soda. For sale at COWGlLL'ti Drag Store. Haas T7.. Cholera remeoiw are XUsraateed to atop the CaoWra among hoga and keep the fro taking it, or money refunded, 23 everything just as advertised, and we 'wontftbe "just out" You of any ariclo when it is called for. wifl find IjV A.TL.TL, UESl'ECTS it Is a Malohlcss IVXuiumtoturetl. to Moot tlie AVniits IN TONE ( Combines Volumo Withand Swootnesa. Purity IN TOUCH Combines Lightness, and Plianoy. Elasticity IN FINISH Combines Beautiful Design and best "Workmanship. FOB Xrloo. & Instrtuncnt, and la of Tliosc "wlio lOblro to oiy tlioa HlZUriT IIVIs'0 tlmt oau lo Muilc at Xtvusonnnlc SA.LI3 3VST on I forget that Salmon' & ALEXANDEB S" Are JbJ V 1JEI & CAJXWEXJL, OF LOW E" T, EVERY F. W1LBURN CO., Nashville, Tcnn. y J. w uttM-- t V fa iregjrnu. jiDERS Agts. for E. DOEMAN & CO., 4ND MAKERS PRICES, PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, IiarJant to SUtunor Farmers. rikj l'rf ? lag. r V - MUSE&SUAW announce to the public they are prepared to handle any and all kinds of produce for ahtpment by rier or ralL Siieoial attention given to iht ahieeat of fruba. All baalneaa entrutted to thtir care will hae prcunpt attention. Will keep plenty of barrels and fruit boxea on bond. tlt Win rT PiwJi , g Uks! Eassaay AWsiy - a e - I T.tL. m saioi.- Thacreatcat jrxcMl oi JLadiso. tuul - kb-PM- of isapust ''trouble in de ornacie by over cuunh. vrui ftvi- iw Also, fine and cheap church" seems to have been heal- tacked who fired 200 walked fCJoKKciJ groes. ftvaral vol'.vVf d a R n it m i a i riii See oar Clothing f.r Mto, Boy and ed by his retirement. Have in stock and are constantly adding a com)lclc line of of bulioU into the building. Thou- Hk'kx-x- , Ky., Aug. 6, ,1885. Tho aaaortment w etcgant and prices A peculiar species of naturo's ncjrro lmator dittcharired Ids rb1, t rM,ny, , Vr.t rumnpiinieB TUek low. handiwork was uncarted near volvor at the mob and escaped b.f feas. Care, DeBow, FreHch and RaiBBge AW53AIFB & MAXWKt.t Lane's Ferry n few days since. tho back way. He has been &N "titing. EM;p:p, 1 w,,i tbe r vou want a TlIBBbUING MAwas a genuine snake, nearly niumbcr of one of the secret olfc,0.0 n1 It CHINE, SAW MILL, STEAM F.SOINK, fioven feet in length, having dis-- j ciotles, but resigned and I'.ts bee j yr.aiu. .,. w . tin) .Mto nt7aL vw.v SOitOHUM MILL, COTTON (IN. CORN AVe are sole agents for the American d Shoe Company for ili an-- i denouncing them. The meui'r tinct cars. These '.. aunrored and nUrntd CRDSHER, or anything in the machintrj Men's Ladies and Children's Avcar they are certainly the best and pret loudagcs resembled a mouse's of this society ".take an oath no! toconnt of C. A. Ifokonhe for 65 cents line? If von do, go to MUSE & SHAW A complete lino of tiest Shoes eyer brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our and jtt Ihilr prices. Thcr re agente for anil Builder's Hardware generally. cars very much. His snalcoship to divulge the secret. 'on peiinlulE?0 wia, allowed, to date was the Kingsland, Fergttaou & Co'e. Machinestock of of 9ty iTre? had two observable foot, also. of having their Renins reinovedjF,0Port. to be spread ry nd Mill Supplies2Tails, liooks, and brains exposed to tho eyes JNewbcrn Independent. y R.n E. Oznieat appeared in open Counci', OS? The heat of last week was tho scorching snn. Oou itttO from a Brad to GOd. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, SAl,13 Eight head Graded ahowine to tlie satisfaction ot the 17 Tboranghbred Cattle. Apply to ad of all kinds, more intense than that of any liable to pay this poualty. r1 qhik'iI that he wa improperly assessed cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is Mas. G. S MILES. period known to the "oldest inCOOKING JJND rjETING STOVES, TINWARE, who lor sonto fcr the year 1885, he was on motion, re Oscar iiiuer, ialv!7-2Jordan, Ey. much cheaper than the usual price. "Ve have the latcststyles of Men's, and habitant." In Illinois, Iowa, tued from the same Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family Nebraska tho mercury ranged timo was emploj'ed in Eogcrs aud 0n coniparin of the polk held August FOJl HA2,B C'Uex), Wilsen Sewing Groceries, constantly kept in stock. 2srow is the time to get good barfrom 100 to 107 degrees in the Johnson's butcher shop, m Hick 3r4, 1835, in Hickman, for the election of Maohine, in jcod rannia? order anl con- and Housekeepers Supplies generally. Union City, one died gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be shade, and mauy cases of sun- man. week,infrom blood poison, day lavor and Marshal, camu?l .Lanarum, dition. Apply at this office, or to received the highest nuaaber of votea Mrs. Salj.ie Qibhs. stroke woro reported all over the this bouiK inoculated b .... thefTJi Mavor, and O M. wilbvirn ,. , . & received fir COPPSJUHN AKD SHEET IRON WORK, convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. , . ..V, country. 9S was tho highest point blood.4..1 .... ,, !, 1.t,.1 ,vl.?: .,j.tnciueneHj, iiumoer ui, vie ir ireni , :.!., SOISTS. . "ift.ftwiL t uevisreo .!. swuiwi' MucKlou's Arulcrt Snle. liUijH meriHurc I .1 roachod in Hickman. in.it - ....! spacialtv. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us. SlSting in Sinugllienng a UOOI. HQ mutn ,8 juiy elected ae Mavor to fill oat The Bbbt Slvb in the world for CnUj, a ' i :ii Tho Southern Normal School, lived only a uay or two alter xneYthunexnircd . enii of j. i". v.uvgi, ro- - Bruiees, Sores Ulcers. Salt Mens, Fever Our prices will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. "W. OOH.MA.jiSr & Bo wlinjr Green, Ky., is taking front accident. Wc believo ho was gen Siened : and (i. .M. niitwrn igaeciareu to Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and poai r.lftvfti- - niiriirlifi Pe the duly elected Marshal. April 3, 18S5. rank as one of the best and most i i o It On motion, the trft committee arc cr- - lively cnrcgPilea,or no pay required. thorough educational institutions Llu'11' i Sered to have an estimate nde of the ia guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, no arin tho South. They niako DSALER I3ST Wtof opening and graveling ,'T.t!BTii Cti.." &xeanenm Diauiibrink's to of Moscow or money refunded. Price 25 cenU pr gument as to cheap rates, but it .Ii. a sensible oditorml tho elson 7th street, box. ForSaieatMOOKE&LAXDRUMS none tho loss appears that tho iiOCOnl urge&tlieaUOUtlOli Ot TUB 'in"East lliekman, and they witi report rates aro remarkably favorable. State Board of Eounlization, the.ahoir acts to the next meeting of this SCHOOL NOTICE, 3D3EITJGS, The Faculty refer, with pleasure, Railroad Commission and the of-- 'Ponaoii. noil turned until n. ?t TypSS ADKLLB ALLEY'S sohool will fico of Commissionor of Agricnlt- -' to V. L. JlcOutchcn, of Hickman, nicotine in course, 1st Monday in September, in ' XT I. whoso daughter has been attend- are, as expensive and unnecessary.. gir AND ii which she will be awiated Mattie PATENT ing this school, and solicit par- Wc heartily concur in all that tho Elliffon. Will be glad to reive nil of hr TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," n miner savs D0NT YOU F0GET IT." old pnpils, nl any others dewring to at- requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the nd predict that two ents who desire any special . ill be abol-k,i, at least oUhe offices AHosin:! Snppc-rttend. Tarenti who intend sending chil- claim with the proof U a more diilicult matter. None of my would-b- e to consult ..Ur. 31"., &c. u fl dren will please end them, if ixissible, on irsnsw BrU & the opening day of school. There will be rivals over dare attempt to show in what respect their goods aro "the MEDICI NIESI Vhen a prominent church mempeoplo havo determined upouithlit sells the elebrated misses and Brown Shoes, for ladies, muic taught in connection with the school best.'l. , "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when ber of Jones county, .Mississippi, that. Stanford Journal. SEWING MACHINES.PAJOSTT S returned homo from the city and children. m'ii and boys. These askeiMn give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" reported that ho had seen ice manLest, Lost, A.3ST1D goodrl This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish The Hickman wheat market is SHoes take the premium over all ufactured with the mercury at OS at a dead stand-stilnone offering. for rood and fine workmanship, A GOLB PEN, with Pwrl handle, in (he to mke them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. doer, in the shade, he was sot down Isuveis are willing "to pay Soc lo ahjl is the most, nljstntial Shoe City of Kttmiw. The iador will be libMi " i T .j?233 v To as a. common liar. ""3 i?ftllTru!ri!c-- Stated. Don't erally rewarded by delivering same at the m JL Mud real good" wheat but tho. fasuftn TOILET rriFsmTxca"?ai od, however, a committeo was ap- who havo wheat, aro holding, hit others humbuc vou with some CottkiXK Office. pointed to investigate. The com- nectiair better nrrces. at' other make, and say it is just as &c., &c, '&c mitteo confirmed tho astounding MAMMOTH GAVE ! is tlfiSthing that tells, and I propose to duplicate ESL0W PIiICESvft &C.f &C.,'&C. good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, indignant constatement, and the Repohts to the Deiiartmeniof Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, gregation incontinently expelled Agricnlfuro up to August 1 inafco and buy the Shoe with Bryan & AMERICA'S GREAT NATURAL witfflirst-clas- s horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you BttfPrescripUons filled at any hour, day or night. King night bell after 10 o'clock each Shoe. auu ikes from tho church all tho believers a slight iuiprovameut in the con- Brown's name on WONDER. know what good B URN1TURE is, and perhaps vou don't: if vou want r. jr. in ice. dition of cotton, tho general averfeat give me a call and will show you. for Club rates and get 10 or more Mr. Cha8. Hackctt and Bud age being 90, a point only once Uasrds of Write friends to visit tlii interesting theI am also agent for the I Diamond Sewing Machine, the your Adams, went to Springfield, Mo., exceeded. in tho returns officii Cave. Sonson ticket to Gave free to Bum ladies friend. captured Win. and years. If last week and iner boarders. The cooleat snminer resort alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will dufi !$ B.-O 'O Oal Smith, charged with haviugl known. Thermometer 66 degrees at the T. y FiTzmUGix Lee, speaking H. G&LO W PRICESrGz Customers politely served on short noGex. month of Cave. A good baml in attend- plicate murdered Eobert Virgin m ATTORNEYS AT LAV, ance. tice. Store across the street from Holcombc's new drug store. about a year ago. Gal. of the Geant funeral, saidrIt W. C, COMSTOCK", means that the Union is now inpro IIICiaiAV, - - - KENTUCKY. ' Respectfully, Smith who was seriously ill when Lessee Mammoth Cave Hotel, captured, died, in Memphis, as firmly and inseparably united than cntruBted Cave City, Ky. GrA.HDISrEIl. attend to beforcSJu-chanan'- s The old popular and always reliable.Hardwarehouse of WILLtheir core. nil business the officers wero bringing him it was twenty years Administration." m Office Furniture Factory. back. William and hiB brother's Saddlery arjd Harness nov8.'78 SSfe remains woro delivered to tho ofOFFrcrAL, election returns from ficers at Clinton. There was $300 y couniios give xate uu.dS.Jiox of Hardware reward for the Smiths, which Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds .A.. A.. ITA.HIS. PLUMMER & FARRISSi aro Messrs. Hackott and Adams 33.- iJUXJ.UilBlJMI sr DUVQIPnM &fin SHRiiFHW BBffllfeftiaJbifAiai JAitsAaiaj which are offered at entitled to. I it loionii nnu wunuuuii, The Ofllcial Coiasii KENTUCKY (Jachson St., opposite Courier Office High license for saloons will HICKMAN, HICK 31 AS, - - - RY. POE SENATOK. grow in favor under such statisthis Professional Services to SUCCESSORS TO of Hickman and vicinity. Albritton. White. Landrum. OFFERS ics. Says an exchange: "More WELL selected stock of Saddles and janlO-'Sgoods guaranteed to HnrneM. New work made to order. than 400 saloons havo closed in Graves:...!. 095 ... 070 t'X and that the very lowest the market justifies. All T- - 3?. , & 318 .456 Prompt attention given lo G4 St. Louis since the 1st of July, Hickman.... be exactly as represented. 34d :.400 .&.111 under tho operation of the high Fulton 0. L. 3 KE 8 A K J DEALERS I2ST license law. Tho city receives a ;. 2,359 1,782 ATTORNEY Ar LAW 697 of any kind. ITe has seeured the services .JEUQS,3IEDiCINES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. large revenue from saloons that Albrilton over While, 6'27. Fancy OOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS known nnd oxoellent work t Collector, ileal Estate Agent ot that well IJeb a license; their proprietors take man, Uncle SUNDRICS, PAINTS, OILS, rarri., which of ifelf i AGgNTSFOR TIIE WHITE SSWING MACHINE. are interested in preventing unliHICKMAN, KY. FOR KEPIIESENTATIVE? a guarautoe of good and faithful werk. tU recensed sale, and only the most air2-WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Kenntck. 'fplivcr. $ty- - Will attend promptly to all bnsl roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. sponsible aud best managed sur- Hickman hini in Southwoatert Tl JL L.' MOORE can be found at Dr FARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore & .M1 ncS3 entrusted Northwestern Tennessee this house will give vive. Doggeries aud murderous Fulton 179, and mm Kontucly attention given to the investiga AllLOWER and LOWER.? Landrllnr. The action of builders especially desired as xleiis have disappeared aud with Special Correspondence solicited kinds of Gracaries haras, sides, &a 1.1C3 tkem an astonishing diuiiiiition of wtt 'lion of Land titles, nnd the purchase i t IB firlAan n Lfia nhaatit ; A. eale sf Real Estate. fiaa8 undersold. Itennick'a majority 10tf. .erive of all kinds." JOHN WITTING. -' fnm it." Tho FxereaSn. gie Mttafitt another pair will be given Alo (iOD.HAW It ormosej refunded Hand Sewed for aea wartonV PLAUr8 ed. fe. puom Wnvrnwrirmm ChH-drc- a. Again we rnalce special notice of the immense stock of new Spring Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace STedlswoar, Hamburg; Embroideries, o23.on Spaces? &o. 0"; "wr. niMUiisun, i(, mim, ii Hand-sewe- - h .A XI. cf&''J i"d - Singes, Butts and Screws, Sj 4seSj 1 J O- 1 ti J. AMBEEG'S -- A rtmllvi-nmipilniii- 't '' J. oo. Jf W. OOW6ILL, ," trusses n h- - infor-inatio- H S.iS. HOME s l, 1 -. d -- "' &, kJ u'jr-k- 4r .xxijiX light-running X Gnr it ,y -- A.I3-X)'. ,J TTi in ljrtiitf Blr ls, Professional A.&E. Ilick-count- TILER, J B&XiZJlLsEi E Eo S5 E. T. C- DE. .Hflf(aa, -l- sim O A RAITDLE I I KORTUISrE COMPANY. o3sr:E At PRICE a- 3 "" ItOOFIIVCr. t " spe-chlimc- ts. 1 EOBGSaRIFTIONS j" r SPECIALTY. brevArDi t K T t'J& k s -- . 2 - 2rr. -- S2&. tt& ar &-- , ., "ife JUW .! JH!r'v --- ' v- jp nf. ! f IS5 HI5SH4S 3 J G0uBIEB.i democrats uneaISING KAUD. if i bringing the country to tho vor4 A Large Attendance Expected. of war having failed to work up n FASKI09TABX.B The school law compels tho light over tho Santors case m volcd throuphout the If the people have Tho report or U)0 c0fuiission County Superintendent to omploy commence The Fall Session will Ecuador are now giving their Mate at the people 01 wis district nac, BOOT AND k Mr. Tate will have to submit to an inspec- appointed to invcsti"atotlio afattention to our Mexican relations an able and experienced normal fairs of the coast andVcoaotic Standard. tion of llic boota l'.ulucah SHOE aud. quite as confidently as if their instructor. MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, With tho advice, direction, and predictions wero always realized Ilia nil right ami proper for .a 6urcy frauds wa8 submitted to SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow Secretary of tho Treasury. It prophosj serious complications to co operation of tho State Superjiiajoiil-- , or minority of the peoAnd Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences nnd Troy Avenues, Kat Ilickamn, Ky , not only Auditor grow out of tho reported mach- intendent, 1 have employed Prof. BSf Satisfaction guaranteed. ple, or for even one reputable cit- - Ohenoweth'scorroborates lint- - it is charges, April. inations ofEngland in our neighbor- J. F. Richards, of Indiana. Prof. izen, to demand n thorough and "worse and more of 'it 'Tc reMONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, ing republic. They snv that Richards conducted tho Institute , searching investigation ; but, port covers 30 pages of John Bull will soon be foiiml t, for two years at Mayfield, and Continuing Five Months. tho result of 1 il0 searching inquiry there is a proper and legal way to of somo havo arranged such an alliance J held successful normal schools at THE BARTER GROCERY- of the best men i the several otner places in Kentucky. llio course of study, luoliuling thorough primary ttork m English LranchcR. M.itho- with Mexico as will encourage the mako such investigations, and Treasury. The a grand report eay: troublesome oIemcnt in that His instruction has proved has just niuuca, win, urccic, uernmn, tne Natural sciences,' Elocution, Penmanship, Book- MR. J. M. MONTGOMERY, that is throngh tho Legislature. "Our investigation . leaves no Keeping, Music, drawing and Calisthenics. success everywhere. He to bis friends and the pnblio thA country to such conduct as must Wq have full confidence that Mr. ground to doubt that ike actual closed a largo normal school at Eapociul attention id liovotcd to the preparationftf BtudenU for college, and young he has opened a new and fresh supply ef inevitably force a disagreement men for business. all kinds of Fajiilt Gkocebieb, vhioh ha Tate's books are correct in overy condition of tho oflleo oHlie surwith tho United States. They Williamsport, Indiana, and is at will sell as low as the lowest. He is ra& vey was ono of demoralization, present conducting tho County say that thero is very littlo good particular, not only becauso of unjust dy at all times to exchange Groceries &$ He and disreputable:' seems cash price9 for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or feeling for tho United States in Instituto at tho same place. Friconfidence in the man, but becauso liuqucstionablo will cloc labors thero on any kind of marketing that the farming that tho'responsi-bilitMexico, and tho greater part of day ovening, and TUITION: there are such close chocks on his start immediatefriends may bring in. The highest niAr for tholamontablacoudition its population would welcome a ly for Hickman, fresh from his laket price always paid. office that it appears next to im- which was generally conceded by per month ....... Primary Pupils .... 53 00 J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRa in weekly communication with coniilct if they only felt strong Intermediate . 4 00 possible for long continued cor- tho employes is due to a willing- Lord Dufferin, while tho new com- - enough to copo with tho hated bors. Wo havo securod Prof. Advanced . 600 Caldwell's Academy for the day Yankee. ruption to exist without detection, ness on tho part of the late super- mnndcr, Gen. Roberts, is cnerj-owork aud tho Methodist, Baptist, intendent to avail luiuself of these PAYABEiB KZOHTIIXI? tX ADVANCE. and becauso each Legislature dur- - opportunities for a continuance ically preparing a camp beyond A prominent naval officer, who and perhaps other churches, if wo SALE AND LIVERY STABLE has just returned from a South B. C. CALDWELL, in hi8 torm have, at least, gone of abuses; to his weakness or Quotta, which will be the baso of Atlantic cruise, speaking in this need them, for uijrht lectures. If through thoorm of "investigat procrastination in adpiijiktering a swift adance to Candahar tho vein lately, gave an iutorestngftiy theso aro not large enough, I think Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1885. 3m ISASUr CALDWELL. & moment one is needed. ing his books;" but, both because his offico; to his toleration and count of recent observations in wo shall havo no difficulty in we KENTUCKY STREET, Moro significant still is tho tono tho City Hall. I think vicious apparent it is right, and because a respect- practices enrourageinjjfiJf of fa" of the Russian press, which has Moxico. "Tho common Mexican havo the hearty constantly on Land fcj atr of ; to his KEEPS sale ?& able minority of our people have voritism and arreflafcalto his suddenly bocomo fillod with hos- - ho said, "hates us bittorlw aim every public spirited citizen in HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS,. those of thqOugher class, equally ho'domamlfo hopoHho in continued and thyffljl egardl,lo'amVBiUistcrhints'of necessary distrust u8.wolSv oJt' YCrs5 Jlickman. , Haying been sick in Having purchased the stable, holies ...... uiii eiiiuuiH, sum inu em1. in in- iuiiviuw and entire outfit of W. B. Plum no's coming Legislature will cause ns oi regnhitiovf was bed for the greater" part of two :bo"wj JT3STG- - GKEl&l&ZEr. JsL'Y". Cruz we propose to continue the business, terest of an IioiieTKjjjfroont and tio!! with which military circles in thero for KOino davs when I littlo woeks, I havo not had time to canrigid and thorough an "investigalast, and having a (EsnihUsJied7b ) solicit patronage vass tho cntiro town, but many Sert economical administration ; to his bt. Petersburg hail the prospect UatM lower 1. 1S85. the eonntry. Literary, Comtaj tion of tho books" as tho most protection of exposed rascality, ot speedy action. Tho avowed leisnro I went over ths railway citizens have told mo thero will mcrclul.nonsien beclns Sent Departments of liighcit tbao at Ur, rooJ rchool Inlor llio Chirac Art ami 5Iiuk.il Itar raciimci tcucallon oi young distance exacting complainant may desire. and to hJ own unfortunate and Russian plan to keep the negotia- to the City of Mexico, a Knowing bo no difficulty in securing enter- die ire cut euri'Ufcod. referring J'artleu dmirlug ipecUl Itformatlon to W. L. Uc&ttclien of IllcVmnn, Ky. lu Wo tako pleaiuro of about 300 miles. W. DIESTELBEINK Tho Standard, it appears to us, confessed and locally notorious tions Iiaugiug liro till after tho Spanish pretty well, I lad an op- tainment for all the teachers. Address, fflUL & W1XLIAM8, Ky. English elections is said now to Then let overy teacher in tho addiction to intoxicauts." Bowijjio GitciMf, is unfair to Mr. Tato in intimating people county, (and as many of tho teachTho committee sayB, among its havo been in tho naturoof a "feel portunity to talk with tio that "fr. Tato will liave to submit many findings, that moneys re- er." Tho real motive was to de I met, most of whom t)ok me for ers of other counties who desiro to an inspection of tho books," ceived from tho navy department lay tho difficulty of moving troops an Englishman, and t did not to do so,) attend tho Instituto all disabuse think it E. CASE. It. E. MILLET. leaving tho inference that our for electro typing, etc., were not in tho heatod term. This difficul them of necessary D I found tho week. If your school is open this opinio). ed, spooo If Treasurer was shirking or deirous deposited in tho . treasury, but ty will soon bo ended, and the among tho intclligjut classes yon your pay does not stop. you NOtroublo to nooMJ ail orticka, haj so to show gooda. havo not opened school, weio divided among employes re- Russians are confident that Lord without exception of avoiding an investigation, ceiving regular salaries, as extra Salisbury will not bo allowed to andome and seo, at the corner of i provalent will be better prepared to do so opinion that thoro would soon bo after tho Institute. and Moscow Avenue. East Hlcknrn, T7 whereas, accordiug to our infor pa for extra work, in violation fight by the Liberals, and thoy Ky If yon aro mation, tho contrary is true. If of law. Tn tho caso of Assistant tho time is favorabio for an a close alliance mado between tho teaching a private school, you will Mexican ropublic and Englaud. tho Fox combination could havo J. S. Bradford, who presented false other adancc, aftor which thero Everybody was talking of tho teach moro successfully by havwill be fresh parleys. Of course, ing a week's drill under tho inaccounts, shown in tho recont election that Lvouchers with tho refunded and there is a chanco fpOCER' &? whole mattor, and I boliovo thoro is struction of an able man. If yon that tho when discovered tho ' IMr. Tato was avoiding or oven op- amount through his wife, and by thing will become stinnlv an ab something in it, aud that tho havo no school, this may bo tho BKS2Z2ZZXS5A "nimrl posing an examination of his an advance on his salary, no action struso game of Muscovito diplo negotiations are in piocess of very place to soenro one. Many H. O. conclusion even now. of our best trustees attend the (DAVIS OLD STAJSD books, it would havo destroyod was taken except to let him "lie macy ; but it is a fact that London All kinds of Instituto for tho purpose of emwas in proof that ho by," as Superintendent Hillyard has at last taken alarm, and that him ; but it And so; after all tho frith, and a teacher, for they are Bradford was contin- thero is a chorus of papers ready courted any fair investigation. phrased it. employ of tho survey, to applaud tho strongest attitude prcspiration, and profaiity and ploying satisfied in regard to tho STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES bettor ued in the hard swearing of tho mugwumps teacher's qualifications aftor obThe Louisville Commercial, tho which seems to havo been a Lord Salisbury can tako. u8ually kept In a firt-lahem U bos of Indiana, a Republican investi- serving their work for a week, om prices. leader of tho Fox combination, condonation of embozzle-mon- t gating board reports that Aquilla than thoy could possibly bo by and drnnkonness, to tho inwith a great flourish of trumpets, Austrian Icsolonce. FANCY CARDIE BCICKM-A-ISr- , rt?A Jones has boon guilty of 20 in- mooting them for only an hour or serevitable demoralization of the sent a special correspondent to MIN CB.MZAA According to latest advico fraction of civil-soFJCEE3 ico Ian, aud two hunting a school. Young all respect for or confiFrankfort "to seo tho books." vice, and its management. A num- Austria has positively refused to no other form of offence whatever, gcntlomon afid ladies attend theso CRANBERRIES, HQM1NZ, Q8JJ2 dence in Tho correspondent did "see and ber of ladies, never came to tho receivo Mr. Kelly as ambassador in turning tho rascals out cf the meetings and select tho best teachand sub- ers for their instructors. Parents 9 cxamino tho books" to his full offices except to draw pay; their of tho United States. It is not Indianapolis TLT C 3ES m9 JEt IS! to them, and it was even hinted or suggested that stituting Democrats. Mr. Jones, and guardians will bo hero for tho satisfaction, and as a result pub work was sent Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, $,. there t as anything exceptionable with a truo and proper conception purposo of determining who is so light that lished tho highest encomiums of fied them as tho employes classi- in tho character of that gentleman oi what a Democratic victory best qualified to instruct their hMP (Pin. Q "pensioners." Two Will not bo undersold .Mr. Tato as au official. So far, Melly personally is means, mado a clean sweep m his children. Then it will bo tho inor Will pay full price for Buttta, Eggs, 8$ hundred volumes of valnablo sci- not that Mr. represent fit to tho great offico as soon as ho was appoiitod, terest of ovory teachor to bo at therefore, as tho "books have been entific works were taken away never returned. Tho oxenso Western republic; but tho plea is and did no violonco whatevjr to the Institute, well prepared for a examined," Mr. Tato stands with- and suggested that Mr. Kelly about the law. In this ho has pnved ALSO KEEPS Although out censure, and in all courtesy, given was that thero had becu a fifteen years ago condemned in himself a worthy representitive good weok's work. Kentucky pays a larger per capi"fire." A mare belonging to the wo submit if it is fair, to continue snrvoy was (Hlokmun.Ky., Clinton Str.) sold, aud the Superin- pointed terms the capture of of a now order of things, and wo ta to her pupils than any other to damn him by insinuations and tendent, never aocountnd for the Rome by tho Italian go eminent, will venture tho prophecy that State, still we stand number 34 in implications? If tho Legislative amount. lie now explains it by and that it would be unpleasant to the postal service of Indianapolis the rank of intelligence. Why is have his presence at court will not (Arcar Railroad Depots investigations heretofore havo reason of a "lapso of memory." with the representative of along on the sufler m tho slightest, but this! Evidently for tho want of that contrary will bo grtntly local effort. The State has done On tho resignation or death of an lacked thoroughness, let the ap- employe of tho survey, the un government. Tho plea is further benefited by tho work of such a her duty; let tho county; tho disK.isasTTjczszrzKriosznE-AJsr- , proaching session mako it as thor drawn portion of hissalary for suggested for positive declara- fenrlcs and clearheaded officer as trict, and tho towns, do their duty, CONFECTIONERIES i and we shall soon niovo to tho ough as can bo, aud then if any tho balance of the fiscal year was tions in either caso havo not been he. irvan. thuulii.swifQiSin.wJowoss, thing wrong Is iic'ciopc! wo'ji tt front., aim sue wouiu not ue amuittcu at Tcauficra ongiiT lblfl&nVinJJ'lIfo" by means of a system To moot tho requirements ofa "" T'AINT'n l1 - all hang Jim Tato to a sour apple! :HTWECErBAf,lSER-SrCK!- )f: court. CHEA-Id- i promotions, which gave lie great classic figure, a lady should bo4 front, not tho rear rank. Many Our nation has troe, &c. est portion to persons ruo were experience with had somo littlo feet 3 iuchos tall, 32 inches bust persons tell you tint intemperance MANUFACTURERS OP iTX' the Austrian measurement, i inches waist, 9 is tho curse of tho land. Othors already drawing higher salarios Maxwell, who murdered Prel-le- r than tho incumbent wholmppen-e- government, and the impressions iuchos from armpit to waist, long tell you that poverty is tho great to die or resign ; 1,326 was di- left upon the American pooplo arms and neck. A queenly woman, enemy, whilo others say that pisin tho Southern LTotcl, St. have not been much in its favor. Lonis, early in tho spring, and who vided from one man's remaining Austria once tried by force to tako howovor, should be 5 foot 5 inches tols cause moro trouble than all sent" out to wero tall, 31 inches about tho bust, 2G things else. was arrested in Now Zealand, has salary. 3Ien from a neutral harbor a would-b- e about the waist, 35 over the hips, But I tell yont that Ionoranct. "swing tho pendulum" whenever American citizen, but when it 11 inches around tho wrist. Her is man's worst ononiy. If men been brought back to St. Louis. they chose to go, and enormous Tito mystery surrounding this sums were spent in this way. was demonstrated that tho United hands and feot should not bo too knew how, they would bo bettor States had officers who would lawycrSj better doctors, better murder will make ono of tho most "Business'' was always 'found for shed their blood for the preserva- small. . mechanics, hotter farmers, and a favorite cmployo who wanted to And tSie interesting trials in tho calendar declarof tho preachers. If travel. A frog fell f tho nu- tion would-b- rights of even a citizen, a Connecticutinto a pail of milk in ablerthey would makowomen know of crimes. Tho trial commences American ed better sistown recently, and how These aro only a few of Austria had to surrender her pris- in the morning was found sitting ters, better housekeepers, better tho 1st of September. merous findings. Hundreds of thousauds of dollars have been oner. In Mr Keily's instance upon a loll of butter. A local mothers, and raise better children F.McIvill- - wantonly wasted by this bureau, Austria attacks two of tho dearest paper says that tho solo explana- than we now havo. J. ncy of Piqua,Ohio, sixty-fiv- e Wo need moro information. Lot years anfl" they had grown grajaud har- rights and privileges of tho Amer- tion is that in trying to extricate .r old has been sent to tho peniten- dened in their sympathetic steal- ican citizen. As a Catholic Mr. himself, he had, by diligent and us organize our forces. When we tio Kelly mado use of his privilege of continuous strokes of his hind wish to repel an invasion we tiary for chargirrg illegal ponslon ing. Tho whole concern was corfees. If all the patriots who have rupt to tho core. Tho bijroan will tree speech in characterizing the legs, churned the milk in to butiu platoons, in companies, N ft & St. L. R'v. in regiments, in brigades, in divisengaged in such intamous business bo thoroughly overhauled and re- taking of Romo by Victor Emma- ter. nuel as robbery, a feeling which since tho war had their just deserts organized. ions, in army corps. In the same has been shared, and is shared, by all the ponitoutiarios in the United manner, let tho pcoplo unite to is a The a majority of practical Catholics most Duchess of Edinburg States would not hold tho half of curious cater. Her appetite drive out ignorance. Let us form bo "Life Tenure" Advocates tho world over. Austria then, or is simply ravenous, and when she schools, teachers' institutes and them. DEALXR I Tho coast and geodetic survey not moro than a decado before, dines out she cats so much more associations, debating clubs, spellis said that when Congress investigation comes very oppor- characterized similar acts of the than every ono else that she is ing bees and reading circles, until It meets a resolution will bo passed tunely. It strikingly oxhihits tho Italian government by no other always tho hibt, only that people every child in the land shall be DMG8J11DICIN1S, F JUNTO AND DFII-SW- R by that body declaring it to bo habit of "faithful old" officials, terms. That Mrs. Keily should protend to go on and humbug educated; until wo shall havo no the wish of tho nation tiiat tho who havo been long in position, be ostracised becauso she is re- with the food on their plates till illiterates among ns; until KenIEKXIH: DEC TBT body ofGen. Grant bo placed in of considering their offices an in- pugnant to American conceptions she is done. tucky shall move from 31 up to JESi 3B2L J& 3SH" Call on nearest Ticiet Agent, No. 1. In order to do this, let custody of tho nation and that it defeasible inheritance, and to grow of the rights of conscience, which EST PRESCRIPTIONS CARh FUM COMPOUNDED! Or Address bo depositod at tho Capital that a conceited, supercilious and worth- rights tho people of this country The number of railroad acci- Fulton county seize the banner aro so jealous of. Thus this old and bear it to tho front. If every national monument may bo erect less. Tho very name of this buA. Y. Stevens, dents in the United States during reau seems to havo been made a declining monarchy shows its con- I8S0 is given at 1,191. Of theso teacher, overy trustee, every Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tea., ca ed to his memory. tempt for our country by slightVT. L DIXLKV. sort of scientific mask to hido it were collisions and G31 derail- school officer 111 tho county stands ii3 G. P. & T. A., Nashville, Twaj. of from scrutiny, and while investi- ing its representatives for tho ex- ments; Go are recorded as "va- manfully to his post for twelve The cost oftho Grant pageant FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Dlckrww. FIftoon Profossors and Instructors. in Ifow York Saturday lias been es- gations wero pushed into other hibition of tho very qualities and rious." Therewere in all 389 per- months wo shall seo better school principles which mako our boast. I Agricultural and Engineering, Classical Fionas' Hechanical, Scientific, houses, better seats, better desks, timated to bo tho following: Ex- branches of tho civil service, it sons killed andS,7G0 injured. moro globes, charts pense of regular" troops, $3,000: was overlooked. But tho high Scnool, Military Tactics and Gonnsrciai uoursa ot study. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, expenses of National guard, $9. salaries paid to tho officials in it, McHiIrlcIta asail Slefonn. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. No man or woman is so great as and school apparatus. Wo built two now houses last year, aro Fall terra begins Sept. 9ttt, 1885. 000; expenses of city, 829,000; ex- and tho fact that many of these For CatalojjTMC and other information Hendricks' views to bo free ONE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abou ;. Address JAMES K.PATTEK80N,rii.D.. IC2Clnffton, Kentucky. pense of civic organizations, $25, officials wero drawing pay without on civil service reform and other humanity. from all the foiblog of building three this year, and havo Acre, Six Rooms, Two Ci3 Miss Frances Willnrd, terns, Good Well, Spring, Stables, Orohard 000; expenses of draping $500,000. doing anything to earn it, attract-to- d vital topics of the day aro always tho popular temperancoadvoca'to, already voted a tax to build two &c Apply to o tho attention of AitditorChon-owoI- j of interest and valuo. His state- lately mounted a tricycle, and, in moro next year, besides tho Total, S72,000. GEO. N. HELM, building at Fulton. But wo and lie aPJ$fl&ft,ka com- ment that civil service reform will tho attempt to ride It gracefully, mayll885-6- m Commissioners ICoilco, Hickman, Ky. "HV HOW TO SVE IJONEY yot. If can do much ic look fffSy utvtter. It is not conerall v known that mittee pretty mcs'tKcopitteo never cause division in tho Dem- ieu ou ana nrouo nor arm. 11 unite wo can moro havo now wo all Persons having claims against tho cs houssoon ocratic party is a timely assertion a letter can bo roraailed as often And a tntc of O. D. Clark, deceased, aro notified ROCETtT BONNEIt, tllO OWllCMOf es, good furniture and excellent hereby to present the same to me, as Mastruth. We are Wholesale Headquarters fot 1 as necessary within tho NDnitod found no largo oeJS&atvons, or of a The teachings of Democracy Maud S., intonds to try duringjiho teachers in evory district. But if ter Commissioner, at my office in Hick- gr&dee of States to get it to tho Owner, embezzlement, but a general syswithout extra postage. TJieonly tem of rottenness from top to aro so clear on this subject that present season to matte nor lower overy ono sits up for himself, if man, properly proved, on or before the 3rd limit is tho number of changos bottom; habits of dissipation it is impossible to misunderstand Her record to 2:03 or 2:07, if possi- the trustee determines to havo Monday in August, 1885, or they will be everything his that can bo made in addressosxon among the higher officials aud in thorn or to misconstrue thorn un ble, after which sho will pe perma- tendent must way, tho Superin- barred. GEORGE WARREN, wdwill job to dealers only at Faotory havo his, and tho efficiency amon? tho lower ones; less for a purpose. nently retired. tho face of tho envelope." Masteh CojiMisaioxER. prloes; also the teachers, theirs, we may expect tho misuso of public money for ThC reform in tho civil sorvico The papers of Franco and Gcr ji..iu purposes:" reiaiuiug em- - demanded by Democrats is ono China, until recently, has been disasters and destruction to our Ssnial Scotch and Sanenor Scotch Snn IMPORTANT! many, finding matters dull during jdoyes who were guilty of pilnor- - which will mako tho servants of the only nation in tho world out school interosts. Let our army TH GREAT march forth under thorough disoepiug tho people directly responsible to of dobt- - On account of her tho the beat in the market. We also keep aro trying to get ing public property; cipline, remembering that "Unipeo-plloner after tho constitutional will of the Through constantly on hand a choico selection trouble with Franco she was comtheir countries into a war. The others on tho Lias IDIEIM-OaiEJLof which will effectually check pelled for tho first time to borrow ted wo stand, divided wo fall." memory of tho war of 'G9 and J70 they had ceased tb do any service ; for Salo, at the residence 0 A fine Jack, Jas. II. Saunders, money. being still fresh in both countrios presenting claims for travelling tho further progress of tho FAMILY GROCERIES, At tho late JNO. R. McQEIIEE. If not sold County Superintendent. idea; which will CONFECTIONERIES. there will bo no collision of forces. expenses which had never been privately, beforo Sept. 5th, 1885, will be Mjj. Blaine was not at General incurrpd; scatterintr tho public maintain thi3 government as a AND FRUITS, sold publicly, on that day, to the highest property over the country with- government of tho pcoplo and Grant's funeral. lie remained at Cjesae had short legs, and Xa- - bidder, together with other Stock, farming which we will sell very low for tho cash. It is pretty certain that Hon. out keeping Please call and see us. implements, Black'Snrith Tools, &c, &c JohuG. Carlisle, Governor Knott, a record of its where- not ot bnreaus set over the peo- homo and talked to his noiwhlmrs poloon was For particulars, apply to Judgo Lindsay, Hon. James B. abouts. lu short, tho entire bu- ple. about the dead soldier aud FUQJTJA & DcBOW, Win. B. McGEIlEE. Beck, Hon. James A. IdcKcnzio. reau hadfallon into a condition Cayco, Fulton County, Ky. and Col. Breckinridge are candi- of demoralization which rendered JUL Slicrsiian's Grave. The report of tho Superintendates for United States senator it worthless. Tho SuperintendHICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Gen. Sherman was in Saratoga dent of Western Kentnck LunaWMGtaage and wltfe Spetf UsrtaW from Kentuoky. Louisville Dem- ent was dissipated, and his suborDEALEB J.V EETHE'S SALOON, last week, and a Washington lady tic Asylum for August 1st shows ocrat. dinates, beingWler no discipline 8HG3TEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE or supervision.Vlin" nrntfv much who mot him writes of an inter- 5G3 patients in the institution 315 HICKMAN, KY. Jrora Memphis, MlUn, nd Humboldt te ti RESORT. A esting conversation sho had with males and 243 females. Family Groceries Hon. Chas. Opfutt, as thoy pleased-(h- o of tho houso of representatives, is inoy ouserved being that of draw- the old veteran : "Well, general," FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- -ASD ALSO. already working up a reolection. ing their liberal salaries vith ex- she said to him, "I don't boliovo Tni: Courier-Journa- l exnlts bo- jare and Tobacco, of the beat brands. Patronage solicited. you want all this ostentation over cause they pay more for votes in Nets, Seines, Lines, Uooki, and allkind He will be opposed by several emplary assiduity. MRS SSuSfi-ffiSDEALER IS bar of Halting Tackle not tf villa, and but on ehaagc t principal you after you die." "No," ho an- Louisville than in Ohio during a gain. Groceries and and Supplies, at a gea prominent mombers, but principal Family Supplies NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIEfc jflTALlArT AND AMERICA ly by Hon. Ignatius Spaulding, of CniNA advices Tenort the loss swered sturdily, "I mako all the national campaign. erally. MaRBLI My grave of 10,000 lives in aV bout noiso while I am alive. Crrocerles. union county. THREEByTRAINS DAILY ';; MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Edison says that if a telephone Canton by a flood caused by tho is bought and paid for," laying this line. mktnir Special Rotlce. wire could be last SUISC0KHE0II053 A5D QDI0SE6I Stats elections will bo held this hnrititi oi an pmiani:nieufc or great emphasis on the morowords, and mountains,earned above trees All persons indebted to the firm of Bon. 25cts Lower than the Lowes STONES. "v"n one could whisper than wnnvwrni year as follows: Connecticut, Nov. lovco. Great jaestructiou to prop-pert- which he repeated I have no clerk oxpansss no store rcn (Iurant & Drewry, will please come forward received a fine lot of Amer once in tho conversation. "It is! around the world. 4; Iowa, 2Tov.3; Minnesota, iTov.3; of course, also resulted. and pay cash for all tny Groceries, and 4;XJL ican and Italian Marble, I am tre at an early day, and make settlement. Kew York and Now Jersey, JSov. EIVII6R&RTS in St. Louis, where mv children r - miaiioraera. uananucia Ofiice at E. Collim' drug store Alexander hcrofore can sell as cheap as the cheap A fine lion is worth $2,000, and & Maxwell's old stand. receive special lew rataa. 3; Ohio, Oct. 11; Pennsylvania and Ths cabin in roi.?.ii frQner.il are buried Let them chuck me st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon hr ur work. S A pon 1 or IhU Comcnnjr for atfe wtaa Orders frora tho country promptly BOKDURAXT & DREWHY. tar Flour, 26 cents cheaper than tho low MMMchagetts, Nov. 3; Virginia, Grant was boruatPoint.Fleasait,in thoro when I am gone and put a like lioness brings from 61.000 ic.. or write C. P. ATMORT, G. K&T.K JOHN WITTING. t. (, Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. 10 l,OUU. - . LoutevlIloAjf. nay 26 Xov. 2. Ohio, has been sold for $7,000. stake to mark it." up a y.c!"s See Hie Boolss- - Hundreds on'housanSs'tlTascort. "f A War Scare Greater Than Tftlksssg Up The alarmists Any Since War. May- - THE TEACHERS'INSTITOTE. who aro oternallv 'kLQ legal-cap- -- y London, Aug. 9. Tho week cuds in what is more of a war scare than anything which has occurred since tho announcement of arbitration in May. It is true that there aro no overt acts on which to base cause for a panic; but all theso little indications, which in tho present highly sensitive state of European suspicion aro regarded as aro booms in ti dal rivers, seem to point tow aid a crisis that is near at hand. Though a fortnight has passed witii an utter absence ol news from tho front, it is rot doubted that IiUssiHti troop.3 are in the western depths of tho Zuliikar Pass. It is oven more cer tain that tho Ameer is working with might and main to get his forces together for Herat, and is t li P bSaoele HUTS SCMQlll f HIM n - so-curi- Paris Parkeil u-- hW11 I 1 A 1 ..- - -- Southern Normal School, i r i. d - i- - Family a, bo-hov- o CASE & MILLET, 1 lAHILY 1 JU2)GE a do-libera- to KENTUOKY. n post-offic- e HAXTCQC: FBI? ISIOI ifOBI DOOR.S, SASH &c. -- raraftfyRrara " Mjg - oftso-calle- d HE ICE i . 2-- d Oliattanooga iltlania Florida, e Hickman, Kentucky. or-gaui- zo I THiE OLD RELIABLE". CMAS. A. HOLCJOBIISES, .- FAVORITE. gTATE COLLEGE KENTUCKY black-board- s, Vice-Preside- nt col-leg- self-evide- nt dog-day- s, nav-ro- U o; T, trunk bow-leggo- d. ex-pres- i- F. er only-metho- d i c;.:mo NORTH & EAST B 14-- v y, LT-VIN- 1 i 1 rM I i if- - ' A Jr V. :" U tV.tf. - & r. "i. )- Vk fe4rl m3L .