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' EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. "-T- M1E OEORGE "WARREN, Editor. : y - PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, ftl.50. CURRENT TOPICS. - feTABlMlf iT rlX niGKMAyrFUTrOy f MRJSCSffiJSg. 1 Ncw)apor iu WoHVern COUNT Y, KiYTiiTDirTuGUST'ai'. JDYNAM1TE VBtoT VoIl 'r CiPa, BILL8, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD- ,' S. J J BILL-HEAD- ETC, BTO, OUKvXiXj n ASTD A3- - 7 ALMOST INCREDIBLE. AVomnn TTiTenty-Scve- CHANGING THE CAPITOL. "11 4 t Threo Additional Terraces A Million Dol. n Confined Year. lars to he Expended In Their ConPhiladelphia, August 14. Adrianna struction. Brinckle has just been released from the Washington, August 13. Every day State Lunatic Asylum atHarrisburg, where when there is not rain you can hear th sho had been confined twenty-seve- n years, sound of hammer and trow el at the Capitol although perfectly sane during all that building. Wo finest time. Thirty years ago the family of Miss building in the boast of having tho world, and it Is probably Brinckle's father. Dr. Wm. Draper Brinckle, true, yet tho work of improving it goei were leaders of Philadelphia society, and steadily on. The Senate at last session Addie was the center of an admiring circle, American lady, AtHjr spend a There were twice aj many tynchings ,ai Layrford. Tho wwhlia: 4ugu,Jacksgi Kave rsesnally STvept away thedoctor's for-- voted to a terrace million dollars in concernfo3JVcri structing about tho three fronti 3 hangings in this countfylas6 yeari to uncomfortable comiuciea .ircstf' btunft.red"cing the family monev tor neces-t-ar- y of the Capitol building, for tho Capitol, II v.Wimmui.i;3. 10 raise "Worth, the Parisian "moTJist, is to bi expenses Addie sold a "piano and must be understood, has a front on every made a baron or a chevfjierjjf the legion. &iag tfeo side. The object of this expenditure is tc mP Tho naH noz J"et been fully The Mnhdl, who did notauarryr untU hi day f he parties wished. His Lordshin made paid for. n,"' ownersuedT her or wroncf ul add to the apparent height of the building, t idea nnd to give some additional room for &tor- ladvl conversion of the property. "V iiu- tne f , was forty years old, leaves four mothers-in-law- . tho , nccmaiataaco4Jtlia-vjaBi- s age and committee rooms. It is true that on the steamer, returning frouihlsvfsTt toT otsav:nJTth1e"fanl,lr' honor, Hi- - Tlrl.l.-li. " daughter to b nlAcwl in tli in. me-- neignt is already nearly .TOO feet, that JpB United StateKThegreatestecrecvas InaUcasylnBa, tho length is 751 feet, and the width S24, Simon .Cameron, js ,saip to be worts observed by intending to secure all4pirtiifaSh' afajr JTen 34,000,000,' and his, son, flon ,haj a fortuni the most intimirefriemlsof fcieTrdTfiief short? ?timA T Jle diell and the number of rooms very great, yet it uowever, ouuucmj, ieavmg her is equally true that the building has a low of$9,000;000, rea" instice have been kept mane in ahe. Institution, ule where she appearance when compared with its length, "WnrnriER has anadettha candid admis- tard to his intention;."ndItiinnrh itJintf has remained- - until by tho and that it has not nearly the nmount of sion that be thinks his ooetic inspiration It beerf repeatedly reported. that tte nuptial J Commission on Lunacy a few days ago. ruum ntHHieu jor mo uusmess trananc: um uu oeu lieu, it was not Ouin it. 00 tuo Henate votod&toYtaw Her leaving him. that the weeding actuallyoocca'rfedr Lord either relatives mthi rormcr friends had S.DU.WO, which, with the sumTalready put apathetic - raising .beenunpleasant or had feared the In these basement refused to cive the Vishtest ina curions ,fact Ihat. inco.tB0 dari of extensions would questions in the intarnation, of ages Lord Saslmry Warded, porters, ana bis intentions tojacj- of the re vestigation that would have followed anv make them cost a million dollars. Few itu-anij- lyjceingacnjiej attempt by them to CapiMiss Brinckle. people who have not seen x rune jiinisier. watch on thenartie1s ThCtlfeTactiefUiefl Abetter writen by Telease Dr. Thomas G. tol, and not half those who have,the get a can her to y A PniLADi;LwiiA?cheiitat saysTthatJhi niarriag5o-!rtwas learned.! Morton finally led to an inquiry into her clear understanding of Its immense proportions. When theso additions are made American stylo of llssimr Is VhaVnlavT Brussels. Auirnst 16. Kintr Leopold has mental condition. She is now Retreat, near Glen Mills, Tin. to it you will havo to walk a half a mile to Powersf-bl- s hob with the teeth. - - - go .once around it. The main building is mo waro County. me " oi ftovewgu President CleveljStT says that no auuipuun oi Stoletitle the Congo. ui 3T2 feet and 4 inches long in front nnd 122 oX Independent, building in Washington can compare with feet Cinches deep, with a portico 1G0 feet n CHOLERA IN NEW JERSET, wide, of 24 columns on the east and a prothe Capitol ofNewsYoric. 'Teceived here that a civil war has broken .cut at Khartoum; that the treasury has An Irish Girl Dies of "What is Pronounced jection of S3 feet on the west, embracing a Prof. Maria Mitchell, the astronomes rbeen sacked, and the Mahdi's successor and recessed portico of 10 coupled" columns. of Vassar College, Is the Aslat o Type. n The extensions are placed at the north and years old. othir officers hnvejje en killed She passes the summer at Lynn. " Philadelphia, August 14, The people of south ends of tho main building, w ith conLpNDON, Aucutlil-T- Ee Ref. T.eWitl corridors feet Ions bv 60 feet Talpiage, of Brooklvnf ?. Y.,jpreaqhed at UamdenX. J., are considerably alarmed nectingflanked by A GALESBCRoUIlLJditor, who has been wide, columns. Each extenthe City RoadtWesleyan .ChapeKtolnighd Over what appears to havebeen a death sion is 142 feet 8 Inches in front bv 138 feet publishing scurrilous articles on Grant was The doors were besieged for boars before from 10 inches hung in effigy Jay indignant citizens. the service becan. and thousands of people who cholera. The Coroner of Camden, each on deep, with porticos of 22 columns is also a physician, was notified their eastern fronts, and with porunable to obtain admission The herdsof iwine In Southssox, Oat., iwere yesterday morning that Margaret Kealey, ticos of ten columns on their ends and on are being decimated by hog cholera. The their western of The uwuauc, uu luo lurin OI the blllldln? fronts. fpt J entire lengthth Spfcl3l?teliveryAp8M-cfl.- s is 7.11 inhno. nnd disease is resisting to arrestits Edfrartlltp. HunS&LWhltVjlTI.SS a fgteatest depth, including porticos and ravages. WASHiNOTONfrAugusMJijiThe following died suddenly on Wednesday evening. steps, is 324 feet. The additions now in Arriving thera if. nnnftu.. i itr-Ireland is still greatly superior toother Is a rtmpletq list of the add 120 feet to the length and CO feeCte tllA width. Tho nfAn rtu- - vn?rvl countries in its capacity for manufacturing whicfispecial dellveryVsysteIl fbSXwg, jtne'TaodyjJtfan 'advanced stage ot offcntilfS that it bad ,bythe entire building is 153,112 square feet. linen. Her spy idles number 874.7SS., France auguratea in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia me necessary to remove it to an open The height of the dome above the base line ' comes wltb,600,00b. and Kentucky on the 1st of October: shed. On investigating the case Coroner of the east front is 237 feet 5 inches; the Ohio Akron. Allinuce, Ashtabula. Beale found that the dead girl came height from the halustrade of the building In Saline County, Neb.r recently a woCanton, Chihicothe, Cincinnati, from Ireland two weeks ngo. Her is217feetllinches, aud tho greatest diaman closed hu&band's eyes on Monday, Cleveland. Columbus, Dayton, De- brother. Mlohntd meter at the base is 135 feet 5 inches. The f tu.i burled him on Wednesday and married his fiance, Delaware East !TivfrpoflJElvrJa, adelphia. obtained,, a TToini. place for her with rotunda is 05 feet G inches indinmeter, and Ilam-- , lay, Fremont, Gallon, Galhpblis, successor on Friday. e she died. its height from the floor to the top of the farmer Hunt ten Irontou, Lancaster, Osiikosh, one of the sprigtitliest cities of Marietta, Massillon, Mount Lima, Mansfield, Un ednesdav evening at a quarter of C canopy is ISO feet 3 inches. The Senate VernoaiMiddle-tow3 in length, .uloJ ill, and was iHKen suaueniy chamber is 113 iu Midth Wisconsin, now has a population of 21,91o, Xewark. .Norwalk. . Piona. - Pomerov. and violently Wluj vomited continually N) feet 3 inches feet inches 30 six feet by , ,. . in and v .' n ns shown by a recent census an increase rorssinoum, csaiem, aaBansKjWNpPEUeiu K.nntUhe ur galleries will accommodate - height. Its andahalf afteroieuoenvuie, limn, loieno, JJrana, vai 1 TalL TCoroner gavo a certificate of 1,000 persons. The representatives' hall is of 0,199 in Qve years. Wert, Warren, WooterXeaftHrfd Zane 139 feet in length, by 03 feet in width nnd" Japan has postottices; bat as the vine. cholera morbus, and the bodv was' taken ..o feet In height. Tbo Capitol as it now .Indiana . Aurora. Columbus. Crawfords postal eardfs 'notf-i- use inthaticountry, . ... to an undertaker in Philadelphia, aud was stands covers about three nnd ... ... " nen tueso improve- there is no real literary pleasuro in being a vine, iifuartii JSvansviUe. BBrWlVnye. .tOibetbnriedirJlt Onn. Tho hnnca oT.fl acres 01 crouna. corpse werejthoroiighly disinfecfed.Cor5"vnients ar-- finished it will cover about five Japanese Postmaster. I acres and will have cost about $15,000,000. oner Kpnln rift'Ki-oVdivmH..,i !..' ?' tSryf Xew I tlghtipns andffound,that the svmptoms in' The XEwYouK'i'Wr has again beensold Logansporr, to a syndicate of which ijoany, ieru. tticnmonti, sevmour, &outn cj tnose 01 v." 'Attempted Kidnaping. Terre Haute, Valparaiso, Vincennes Asiatic cholera. lueuucai wiin Rlijr T)r. Tlnwmnn r Dorsheimer is chief. A Washington jour- Bend,Washington. and LHaddenfleld, who was called In to attend Rochester, N. Y., August 13 Tho boldnalist will be mado city editor. Kentucky Bowling Green, CovingtoA, tne gin, did not arrive until after death, est case of kidnaping ever known in thU Mr. Gladstone recently meditated a Frankfort, Henderson. Hopkinsville, Lex but he is also of tho opinion that itis a case section was perpetrated this afternoon in a ington, Louisville. Marysville,0"ewport,-- , "i irue cnoiera. visit to Amerjca,Justadro.cruising in the OvrenshorniHThvnnil Pii1m,nli , I fnviiri"nt,nn i 1 belngmade by Dr. Beale to determfnothe thickly settled portion of this city, which yacht Sunbeam, but he found thathe would West has created . tho greatest excitement, .character afithajcase. not be able, towpss the Atlantic burg, Parkersburg and AVheeling. both at police headquarter and among AucusiSsyie. niontVof atll .jthersrfor Bigapiists Released. citizens. At three o'clock, Lizzie Kane, a Rich Gold Discoveries in Oreaon. vacations, and a census of tho cities taken August 13. Mary Daniels, pretty little girl nearly fourteen years ot Joltet, PORTLAND,OREGON,AugUSt )ld dis-- J of Terre Haute, a white woman, between this and September would show and Chas. nge, started from the home of her stepquit a decrease in the pdpnlatign. A. Stewart, .if. negroM originally from tho mother to go about a block to a grocery. Geroximo, the reneadef Indian, Jsno'w miners from all sections of the Rockv same city, were released from Joliet prison Just as she was passing a corner she was men in tho southern part of tho Sierra Madres, MouhtaTnr"DeveIopments" thu5Taf Indi- this morning, having served a year each seized a by twowhich and hnstily thrown hack into seemed to in three hundredniles below 'the border, cate permanent veins and rich ore. for bigamy Mary eloped from Terre waiting, nnd which" was driven berapA correspondent ,. of the r PortiandJ Haute,v leaving a white husband, and idly toward the outskirts of tho city. Tho two commands following- him. with nr iraa canfivfirje i, a,ai !(.., Sfcwart UV.VUb t. fM.; rtjoolorrl wifc. Tho,two went police wero quickly notified, but thedetert- ttr..rt .u.s iiviaiiiB-mwr- j m-..i to Marseilles, UL, and Ix China, when one citizen kills another itninoe .wf,,..., vw f,fcr ......... Vl ...,i.., ere married, but ivos, wno urovc six miles in the direction .u i i;uhcs3 ui iuo uiiue. iuo uiiuea were .followed by accidenVthe decree is that the survivor were discovered two weeks ago un Indinn unablb any and were hStewart'sdnsky better from who had hv- taken by the hack, weretime ngoto fifulgirl's Some half, shall pay tho heirg5ofth6 deceased a sum sold to Omaha parties for 570.000. and oro the them clew arrested amounting to abqutixty-eigh- t enough has lecn taken out since 'to pay foF about tho ana convicted. A peculinrity paternal grandfather died, loavingher concents. siderable Daniels mostly of that when inenj. itoans are beingextended- - to tne reached the prisonwoman is and hands she real estate.property, consisting died when The town of .Quebec iis to havu a school mines from Her own mother her fnce had Baker City and stages, will bo beeii colored by some kind of wi oi i ouu uesigu uavmg oeen Riving a lor put on.. Towns are" also swinging np. a stain that she was two years old. and her father soon after married, this timo a Catholic, the of land, !,50Q worth of building material, Samples trough to Portland show from?40 gave her the appearance of a bright colsojourn child's mother having been a Protestant. and ?S,0X) in cash towani thafpurpose1. to 2,000 per;ton4 The gold mining interest ored mulatto woman. A year's her behind the bars has bleached out skin The child's father died two vears to her natural color, so that when she was ago, soon after which Dr. Chnrles The ugehieis erecting a all ovetha confc is increasing. . called up for discharge this morning Sumner was appointed guardian of its permngmficint mausoleum on her grounds at DestrticHveStorm in West Virginia. prison the officials wero aston- son. The child's maternal grandfather is Farnfeorongb, England, to ireceive the reished to ee W. H. Brundago, of W.VAAugustdC, A special a - mnlatto that instead of being Protestant. He has Philadelphia, who is a mains of her husband, her son and herself. ?HEELING, been hero two months, Mary Daniels had from Oceana says thanqoftuJOSt vioblue eyes and a fair skiii.with rosy cheeks, during which ho, ns he reported to Dr. A Missouri editbrv solfciring subscriplent and destructive rain; and "wind storms and instead Sumner, several times to hair her hpml tions to his paper, declares that a neglect ever experienced by"lhocii2ens of Wyom ,adorned with oL kinkv a light brow n wn tho child attempted refused. Ho heard see nnd was bangs of the color. to takewintergjst Jn reading.tne4news ofgthJiing County passed ay evening!' orowarc nau been released sveral hours stepmother was about to have the girl conahead of the woman, but instead of leav- - firmed in the Catholic laith, and applied to day is anVinfallible! Trees were lifted from their places and ine ",. Dr. an order to he death. T . 4??4ghurled through the air. knookinrroll, cmm ing town her hunir around tho nrisnn wnif. on Sumner for Philadelphia.take the child S&Afr?, a visit to for Such release. Shoremalned at the The first coffee ever produced in the jnevs and wrecking onth6ues.Barns were Tnson until the St. Louis train arrived, was granted, but the stepmother order kept UniteStates is said to have been grown , unroofed and whole cornfields destroyed. when she got aboard, giving her c'ored the child away from him, her reaBTOUnd son for so doing she stated to lo that lover the slip. by Mrs. AizerotlwjnearrtMapatee, Fla., in 2I?lf?d,a? ruined. The track the storm was about sho was afraid that if the girl was taken to 1SS0. She has twenty-fiv- e coffee trees on d mi!o in width of number of ieading A Death of a Fine Cow. Philadelphia she would never return. At , her plantation. re effctairy btockoded by fallenj roads the police station the 'f Washington, August 14. Mrs., Samuel telling her story, swooned,stepmother, after Auckland isjsaid by the ,dpcal Tawspa- - ' tres- - , f be damageaiAiot bbstatedTiut, M. Shoemoker.has lostsby death? and from in- became a maniac and attempted afterward pers tole preeminently theand of small.. Itis UP m trre'thousands. to flammation of the lungs, the world re- from the window. Sho believes thejump girl farmers. Out of 0,500 places of over an , 3 nowned cow,PrincessSecond, which aswas kidnaped at the instigation of tho Asphyxiated by G9S5 . . , acre in extent fi,200 belong in fee simple grandfather, and that she will never bo BALTiMOR,;Augtkt'iG. Tanhie Lagner, tonished the world by giving in seven days found. Later. The detectives have just to tho occupants. a yield of forty-si- x pounds arid ten and a found Lizzie Kane living at No. C !Red ttnty-threin a house on tho outA Tennessee negrwLo died of general Avenue, was found dead in her room half ounces of butter. This test of her skirts of the city, where her clothes had was tnrned over to the doctors, dal7 butter qualities was co.npleted April 10, been preparatory to taking her and a post mortem nmmled a score of shirt to"day' h,avl?? been ?fc. " sPPswl. as" 18S5. Some time after the test the blankets away changednight train. on the were taken off rather suddenly,it is thought, andj from i hich she P --I rPffr ?hf milyfwi jtk who,nl nevershb took a cold, nas Twenty Bad Indians Killed. sl(e lived harS'leen Sibs.ent for recovered. She a magnificent The Prince of, ITalAI goes to more balls leaving the house in charge ot the girl, animal, of great vitality and force, as well BnxiNGS, Mont., Augustl4. Ed. Gould-inas and dances than any married man of his and Carl A lllie. ajodger. Willie explains kagoa fine butter producer. Alton t two vpnrs with two associate cattlemen, on the lDal ne nau n1 Dcen-- neariBe nosomce. Fat... Mr, Shoemaker recused S25.ouQ.for her. time LOtJite . Jn.fttl tli crrf f t?...i.. .. i. -u r 5.i i:...i-- ; a :i uuc .sJa: vcars'onu ra memos 01a Musselshell, yesterday met a marauding scarcely any bachelor over fortywlio does nk-ioopi And found her. dead. Tbp .when she died. Sho was an imported cow band of Piegan Indians between the Razor bu inucn in tnis line, d Creeks. cirl had not lieen een since FridavTeitlrerr una krrfs bought at auction in "ew York and The Piegans f . numbered twenty aud were accompanied TFiKnimrantinniHOM ot iiniLiiniiiH h ti - and the Coroner deemetl it wise to hold for $1,800. She was of the . stolen horses. Collidas soiu by seventy-fiv- e "rotjinw at the Delaware Breakwater Save T&-fired, ... 'i.t. r,"w" "" for 10,000,u,but .m l " ing and party greatly killing one bhoemaker the sale did Indian, but being outnumbered b.OiL1 . not, stand; Mrff: Shoemaker reiusinc to were compelled to retreat for reinforce""Wj sailed UUIU UCUUtt ior UIOSB DiBCeS I X .01i&Boys Drowned. XX7tf.1.,- vvn...M V11n n 111. her ." return. While ments. Obtaining the latter and overtakPrrrsBURQH, August 16. , Six little boys. ratify". 4t t on , . Park Jersey nerd has ing thePigeans they killed the entire partx-an- d . Tf 1 ' 7ji fhe ,Burngide J.WIILE the publication of cheap books rang log lu.age irum nine to iweivo years, sustained" great loss in the death of recovered all the stolen horses. What may add to the number of readers, it has. secured rirowboat, about. 3 O'clock tm's' ill be it is thodght her place pmml effect this battle may havo on the neighso it is claimed, lowered the. standard of afternoon, audjSartedibSf fr3i,nd,6tn tlt4. more than filled bvn noble cow of boring bands Is unknown. physique of the same strain. This animal, . literary taRte a pegs. Thesales MonongahelajRtver, jnst blow-Loij- k, up close to tbfluniand JTxfbijdKate, a Jneai; relative of. the Prin- Counting the Coin. of standard works are falling off every They hadj-pwein turning about the boat rocoQs'dlieaViIv-- " iPffiS. hna. nl?oor?t n ranAwl et month. Washington, August 13. It is said at . twelve, dunces of "butter in seven I to one side" that all Vert thrown Into the f days, which is already second to Princess the Treasury Department that a count by A colored woman named Jennie Whit, died in St. Joseph, a few days ago, aged Charfes Steelard n7lCourt ATirersrwerTj SecomLjmtLas. she haq, never been pushed, weightis the proper way of determining i. is uenevea soe can 122 years. She was not a servant of .drowned. Jacob Jlexner and JDavjulLind- - ord. Thn mothpr nfoeattne loremost rec- the value and amount of the coin on hand anIA fny fhia -- -. erman 'weret rescued Inst as thev i)Uni. ttK ISLfl . ,. . n at San Francisco, and the .J ...... General Washington, but? was cook for isTiw. .11 tne nunuiae oera are in nnn in certainly more expeditious and safer is yoridition. Captain Waterfall, of Washington's staff , than by any other method. The stand during the Revolutionary War. taken by the outgoing official is freely I Business Embarrassments. , 0aJr(y:Statsticsj,s, criticised, and Assistant Secretary Four arctic expeditions will set nk 2Jew YokKJ Augnstr ' business has consulted with Solicitor McCuo Washington, August 1C The report of fromGermaBV-iThrhih the statistician of the Department nf i failures occurring 5urlng the last seven as to his powers in the premises, and will i.iti,.lo'rWv"t,r 1... -: ..J dayp .throughout the country, as reported instruct the newly appointed Assistant 5uiusJl the championship, hich. however, may be "'Itnf Treasurer in accordance by R. G. number for decision when rendered. with the Solicitor's hotly, orerather coldiv, disputed by tha international' dairy slatfStibVhfcH'TrhT theJJnited-State-Xun & Co, 151, and for .Canada 17, , r w . prpve ofi?at interet UUU.VU1UAIA all Mnn i phlegmafic and persistent Teutons. nected witTi" th Hntrtf lntU"jiVtf.9 tor. fjffP1. W P compared witn a total Buried by a Land Slide. Here are some comforting figures apd , United States. It gives . X?. Pacific States Ithaca, N. Y., August 13. A gang of stimates from the reports 01 tne twenty imports 01 aairy proauctg of this iurnisn more than P" " a ofc the entire atrV' five savings-bank- s in New York for the six number of business causalties in the United four laborers on the Cayuga and Lake uiuca Shore branch of the Lehigh Valley Rail.jnonthsjustendedj,, Deposits, $250,000,000; pounds and dollars from theorigiaal meas- States.; t i ) road, during a heavy rain latethis afterdepositors, 629,918; ures of quantity and value. 5urplU6,$43,OQ0,p00; J noon sought shelter under an overhanging Prominent Missourian Dead. averagQdepositJp average surplus, $70. m bluff, St. LpciS,, Mo., August 16. Waldo P. .buriedwhen aland slide fell unon them and ' A Kextbcky postmistress, who was reMangled by an Engine Michael McManous. Patrick Johnona. pfomipent lawyer, of this city, and Michael Fahey, all of whomMabon moved,- "delivered the following pathetic were Pittsfield, MXsS., - August killed. maledictory: To the four or five hypo- - evening asas. Carney. Maryai Bridget died at Osceola? Mo., yesterday. "He The fourth man escaped. In thTUlS. Seriate at the was unmarried, but the others leave cntes, slanderers and perjurers who pro- - Granger and John Norton werejerossing outbreak of the war, and was subsequently large families. ld!d-nY' desJrf, 9 ? .that tne Housatonic River Railroad, hridVe an expelled from that body. He served in the Tnn Confederate army early in the war, under Maxwell Says Preller is Alive. 111IAJ IUO IJUtllieilV, Killing CarneyTmdjfor- VICll- I Old Pap Price, and was afterward elected - wunnnunj van injunn 5 St. Louis, August 13. According to a ry Branger, to the Confederate Senate. it"!? ""T H'ajiuu inionnon, must te great?lvnlTppicrfW hi yirn m,..l ,w .. after wards. feri.C . . telegram from San Francisco published ( who died soon . .UC.M Av, UliUCb LOM,,. 0 " juaiping from here Maxwell, the alleged murderer irSfT-PtwictahtaollExecuted. theridCeZ:v - '"" i " uwQDNiir. nnncps. rn hi ..t.. August 13. The execution of C. Arthur Preller, now saj-- s that in due Trot, N.Y., s rushes" time he will produce well, n Murdered by an Insane PiSf of James Horace Jones, twenty one years and show where he Preller alive andin the '?-- ; got the body to theMefbr s4 hC-C- i age, for murder of his wife, Amelia, took trunk. Maxwell asserts that the "body in iNO?TON'. ,Sust Hfe,te fldd:lle, sirtHei, he weep,,, 4let- - of place this city at 10:13 ' trunk bought and Prelcalfe, ouperintenuent or thn is.oarticularlv to th c" Wiih mi n: Asylum, who vas stabbed, by, d , j a.,m. at the jail inIn thirteen minutes after tho nnd leftwas the hotelby himselfpurpose of Jones died " .ra "for ler in V....l pulled tho rope.Tbo condemned procuring insurance money the the Sheriff upon Preller's Thursday, died this 'Hr5 & man met his fate fearlessly. "' life. M&P9!!Mlt afirisian toilet, reaentrv? forwarded to a wealthy-- lady summering feflWWfreiiWlflte-rilth- hJ Prohibition State Ticket in Massachusetts Massacre ef Europeans. & 1 j&Saraioga, was made U tfco ShosV 4eS, Boston, August 14. The Prohibition Lisbon, August 14. Advices from St. Nashville, Tenn.. August igLBurton cate blush-ros- e satin, 'embroidered "tTh BInford,ayoungtrian alfcutseveaieen year Paul de Xoanda, We3t Africa, under date party of Massachusetts will place a State r paJe'blue and silver blossoms" ai4 ticket in the field tho coming election, and a July 15, Teports that a petty King, la,Tesvth1 magnificent fabric combined of age, was drowned in the CSiberiand of Huilla, died recently, and the na- will hold its convention at Worcester, Sepwhile batnmg. His'.'cDanions J witb pale blue latin and whfteducSesse made strenuous efforts tives, attributing' his death to the witch- tember 10. Governor St. John, of Kausas, S lace ut craft of the whites, massacred twenty will be present and address the Convenbeen Europeans, including three French mission- tion. I " TwKew York World having raise! the rSover.CCeSSfUl aries. The same advices state that M. de Too Poor to Bury Her Husband. flOe,eWtrequired''Torthe pedestal: of the Brarza is still in the interior. Heavy Loss to Fam New York, August 14. Sanjtary inSartholdi statu, .nBouBct, Its purpose spectors Dead at 120. found the body 6i James Schenectady, August M.Aan who i "to devote its energies toaorwardlng what Vicksburg, August 16. Ann Hos ;an, Oliver (colored) on tho second floor of a has inspected the district in GUftajg dam oald be an equally popular and patriotic county yesterday at house street. The mvi's - I werk.of erecting a monument ovef the er naTOios6wu,"w. Uu some j'eiarmer3 colored, ofdied In this Her peculiarity was death on West Thirtieth days ago and trv the age 120 vears. occurred seven Geaeral Grant , at BiversWIe heavy her hair, which was three feet long, and a widow had vainly sought money for burdefetita of rocks and sravel "te for-vsample of which was on exhibition at the ial expenses. The body - buried by or raiM4 1 artiU 1UW. World'a Expotittes. der of the Sanitary Dep. .oient. ---- BenButler is going into the cattle- bas Marriage of ""England's Chlof "Jus-,w- " Iness in'the "West. , . ,4 (tica to an American Lady. General Lord Wolseley has be xnado a Viscounty i ' ' Miss Stoner iff'tho reigning "umnsfried KinRnf the ConRO Tlie Madia's Saccesor .!. T .P . '. ,Kit ed Itev. Talmuce in London. Beauty ot .London. I at' V't- i. South American mall now .goes tytf the. way of Kingston Jamaica Lo:dox, August 15. Lord Chief Justice President Cleveland is said -- to enjoy Coleridge was m.arrlel this afternoon to an tho society of literarylnen: Without a Taint of Insanity, a EXPLOSION. THE COMMONWEALTH. MISS ROSE E. CLEVELAND. The President's SUter and Present Ml. tresa or the tVhIt House. tu Rose Elizabeth Cleveland was the youngest of nine children born to Richard and Anna Cleveland. Her native home was Fayettevllle, JM. Y., from whence her parents removed to Clinton when she was a little girl, and later to Holland Patent, a littlo hamlet near TJtica, where her father took charge of the Presbyterian Church in 1S53. Her father died In that year, leaving little Rose an orphan at the age of seven. The parsonage had to bo given up, and tho education of Rose became the mother's life thought and labor. In later years she was' sent to Houghton Seminary, where she-- , proved a brilliant pupil, graduating with the highest honors. "Original People" was ' the theme of her graduating essay, her audience pronouncing it a most happy effort. Miss Rose then became a teacher in the Houghton Seminary, 'when, afterire-.- , maininir in Hint tmcllinn trm steamQ TSr n a Explosion Mysterious in the present position. The monthy ex"1?ii2Pw,,d with Women and Children hibit of stocks in the West and at the seaaften Injmed, One Probably Fatally. board presents a further increase, which, as compared with a year ago, is of consid- Lonltvlllr Ler whero a A slight depressionTobaero Market. Tho Gauss' githe Prevention of noticed may easily Occurs. .Seasickness. prove to bo transient, as thre is no change ., A. Co ?1 Scientific PUcera privataaaldB courahjcniitnyi oainol M. Felton this morning - a xoe fvmi pft93e&gers nnd usui.uaucsiuuuri. v? explosion which shook the boat from stem to sWrn, and when thQ away 4 It was found thnttho entire forward part of the yessel above tho water line had hen badly damaged and a number of mm nf them v.iu,-- i talljvThe pilot-hous- q and upper deck wero IllKKimBQ fell to tho lownr derlr. ThA How irSdelphia, Pa., August 17. The crew wre startlej by an j,.,, -- I herre-PleaW.i- an " S- darfc-w-itt- scenaiofiwreck. io-aa- v 'ItJb Colra-IQc- e iuflr4 - s atthoCou-Xalfigcent- s' oflldiaHy-HfMt-t.- hw. L " CAlRo',,AugiistlC-rnformatioD'hasbee- sbcty-seve- 4-- 1 tjie""" bnild-ingw-- Ul post-oflc- the wonenand children aft, and prevented many fvmlic women jumping overboard. Besides foose seriously hurt, a large number werettlmost or quite stunned by the shock. be promptness with which assistance cane from nil sides allayed the panic, and preented the fire from spreading. The steamer s not injnred below her waterline, and the ost of repairing her will not exceed $1,50. Thereseeinslbut little doubt tho explosloi was due to dynamite or no one seems to know how it was tacen on boar3r It seems mnrve-lou- s thatbalf the people on board escaped death. Vitnesses say that at the moment of the cxJlosion everything became enveloped in dirkness, aud the boat rocked as if in a heavr storm. It was supposed that no ono leapel overboard, but a man who sehas since come cured a ashore atWolnut street wharf, apparently uninjured Tho list of wounded numbers Sixteen, ind all live in this city. One or two of tie wounded it is thought will die. er i ehtfnl "Sanio eiiS This was snoedilv checked bv tho coobesof a number of nien, who droye sued la, !fitefc!itWjlBIJ 7 Vdr aaItoI TVf.on.wio,ooai. men.' There wero prostration which lack ot blood In tho brain. 'Xaturnot foreseeing that Dark and Heavy. Hurley. 7!W& rrsh, . ...34 75 44 00 I 3 H 4 CO men would crtt trust themselves on the Common lu?s. 4 4 7f 73 2i to ipply tho vessels of Medium lugs 5 23 5 50 5 003: 5 7L the sea, ouiHted 3ood lujrs 5 75 6 2. 625a 860 the brain w ttgvee.Ji he result Is that Common leaf..., 6 KXa 7 60 8 7rya 7 60 when a pe; ted for the first , 7 Ka 8 CO Medium leaf 8 0O?UOB0 S fiWaiO 50 JooUfleafAsjjSiyEifft vessel at sea, the 12 McaiSM. timo to the ..m.f.v,,"- - nn .. -- . Wojrtm i4BiiTc'J unuvwvtn -y- pr-rfig-T-y W 4 I ntinil a ? """I1 a" a npirrnnnnc .. M..U.; belxfg. HcTvalves v reuun J11ct-llaneofull-weig- erable magnitude; but this feature was doubtless foreseen by experienced dealers previous to the monthly computations. The changes referred to are hardly quotable, as they may be mostly comprehended in tho previous range of prices, current prices moving nearer to inside quotations. We quote ISSi tobacco as follows for packages: ht and tho Remcdle SuBBCstodjjnjerebuint for steam. ship with Suit- - An enilnentphyslotan has finally discovered the cae; oaasicknes. Of course tlio. original cause of seagoing to sea sickness, buttle hwsiediate cause of the nausea, constitutes heajte'I seKknei is a 1 if it. v f ., r-- n decom-"positronP- I -- i Bel-lair- e. hr Cir-clevil- le, jdays.-befor- n. i: .- -.' died-anjio- C,9-2- 7 ' one-ha- lf o Mudfton,-"Michig- aa Only a Spark. New tRLEANS, August V7. While Mr. Emile Lelrott, residing on the Littlo was engaged in molding balls for bis gun, prepmtory to joining a number of his friend; in target shooting, he asked his wife to fll his powder-horfor him. She was someten or twelvo feet from tho fireplace, whrre a few coals wero smoldering. The task ms tmt half completed when a gust of wind,(snddeiily blowing through an open door, sent a spark of fire straight at the explalves, which igniting, n terrific cxplosionfollowed. The roof of the dwelling was off, and three children were instantly filled. The mother received such injuries tht before many hours she was dead, whU the husband and two children were badl j wounded. The uoiseof the explosion braght a number of neighbors to the scene, there the bruised and blackened bodies Of tie whole family told the story of fearful lavoc brought by a single spark. Cal-lion, n t-- n Vlriuia-'harleston.iar- tms lG.-t- Il., - c'-,, 111 1VT1 1 I lft but Killed Himself. WiucESBiRRE, Pa., Ausrust 17. Andrew Undra, a miner at Nanticoke, this afternoon purchased a revolver. On leaving the store 0 w ent to tho house of a Hungarian named Joseph Tomaski, with whom ho boarded. Tho wifo of the latter being nt horaoalone. he told her thatsince ho had resided with them her friendliness toward him bod inspired him with love, and he wanted her to leave her husband and tronnd live with lura. Mrs. Tomaski ren nrnlinTwheTc" upon lie shot nt her, the ball grazing her neck. Undra then turned thowenponupon himself nnd fired two shots. Ono of the balls passed through his windpipe, nnd lodged in the base of the brain, causing instant death. Maxwell's Identity Established. St. Louis, Mo., August 17. Maxwell received a great many callers mostly attracted by curiosity. Ho (wns identified by half a dozen emas ployes of theSouthern Hotel nnd others. The Identification, in fact, has been so complete thathe himself now admits it. and it is said also that he had udmitted that his right came is Hugh M. Brooks, nnd that ho met Preller in Liverpool, nnd trnveled with him to this country. He bus retained John I. Martin ns one of bis lawyers. No confession has boen wormed out of him as yet, bat it would not surprise Jthose who nave made a study of him, if he did make a full breast of it. to-da- y, Missed His Victim, A band of counterfeiters has been broken jp, nnd tho last ono is in custody. For lbout threo months a party of counterfeiters have been located at both Sebreo and Dawson. A short time ngo Detective Lewis Mason took tho case, and a fow days igo arrested two of the party, and Hooper went off with one and iurnod up at Nortonville, where he him with a pair of cuffs. The three ere taken to Louisville. Tho escaped one Joseph Sale, surrendered himself to G. T Wntkins, a citizen of Pool's Mills, who turned him over to Lewis Mason. The wife of City Judge Joab C. Brasher, if Hopkinsville, tho other morning presented him with twin boys. Judge Brasher s a Republican, but has patriotically sridged tho chasm by naming them Grant ind Lee. Returns from 104 counties give Tate, W.119; Fox, 34,243; majority for Tate, $1,870. Fourteen counties wero yet to be leard from on the 14th. Wesley Brimm was crushed to death by saw-lo- g near Bennettsville. Governor Knott formally opened the Louisville Exposition on tho loth. A sON of Judge Garrett S. Wall, of Mays-villhas been nppointed by tho President cadet in the rfaval Academy. The liaw and Order party of Rowan g County, held a at Moore-hea- d a few days ago, and adopted resolutions looking to the suppression of tno reckless and criminal classes there and the enforcement of decent local government. osts aggregating more than 1,000, of lawyers' fees, havo bpen piled up in n Ballerd County suit for the possession of an ox. Tho case has been continued to the next term of court. Paducah has had less sickness this summer than in any other for the last ten years. Through tho midst of the famed region one of the tributary rivers of which w e have spoken had cut its channel deep in the rocky bed over which it flowed and left the cliffs towering in perpendicular lines 400 feet above. On either side, amid the undulating pastures of wild clover, bluegrass and cane, game most De-.ecti- ve pre-lented mass-meetinve Item. iri , I W www wi.vi ,miu Islift nnuMrwir itir.hf m Pflnnflvltranlf! ... u...b In ,,.m.m. ... at a private scnooi ior a suorc time, ana men. conceived the idea of .lecturing before ir .. Mf-fHt- fG Mm f, n ,- -" '" !.; e, blue-gra- ss difficulty in pumping enough blood into the brain to supply tho drain. This theory euables us to understand why a sailor on hfs first voyage recovers from seasickness so much more rapidly than a passenger. The reason is that ho is compelled to work, and his circulation being thereby quickened his brain is better supplied with blood than is the brain of the idle passenger. It is the common belief of the seasick person that he obtains temporary relief by emptying his stomach. The facts of the case are that the effort to thus relieve himself throws the blood into his brain and he thereupon feels better. Those judicious persons w ho spend the first twenty-fours of a seaoyage in their berths frequently escape seasickness, for the reason that while a person Is lying down tho blood can flow into the brain more readily than when he is in any other position. Knowing the Immediate" cause of seasickness, we can bo at no loss to know how-ttreat iL Nothing can be clearer than that the recent proposal to treat seasickness by the exhibition of bromides in strong does is all wrong. The plan of tying a tight bandage around the waist is supported by thoe w ho believe that seasickness is due to the mechanical friction of one organ against another. We now know that this is untrue, but nevertheless the tight band- o rWi.llJMMll,w-.llv..t.b-f11VQritrW- most frequented hunting "ground! "of the red men. Tho Indians called this river, which meandered through tho wild Eden of their sports nnd adventures, by tho wiered nnme of expres-siv- o of its traditional memories, and from this poetic title the white men borrowed "Kan-tuck-ee,"- l Wsft (3525Jrfc3 classes, and proposed to the principal of Houghton Seminary to make the beginning at her Alma Mater. The latter entering heartily into the arrangement, Miss Cleveland wrote a course of historical lectures, which she delivered that seaMn. As she devoted herself to her aged mother, she was unable to leave Holland Patent to pursue her work continuous-- 1 ly until after her mother's death in tha summer of 18S2. After this sad event her brothers and sisters naturally expected that she would make her homo with one of them, but being t, of an independent nature and she preferred to remain in the old home, where shejeontinuedto live when not away lecturing until she assumed ahe exalted n as iiibtress of the White House. Misa Cleveland will remain in the White House as long as her brother remains a bachelor, but by her own efforts she has created for herself a position among celebrities in literature that will be more enduring than the honor nnd famo dependent upon the political fortunes of herdistinguished brother. If a Mrs. Grover Cleveland should appear at the threshold of the 'resident's self-relian- 1 v r if1 f t door of the homestead at Holland Patent (which she has purchased out of tha earnings of her own labor), and rcsunio the work which she reluctantly abandoned for her brother's sake. Ittn HalatiiltArtmiitomi-rrHsaflottyZm'yM'U- K I 'J ex-mpr- Preller's-room-mat- e -- earji . over-Frid- i t J e, Boun-debili- ty Traffic in Italian Girls. . Rome, August 17. Ten nrrests havo been made- - of members of a criminal society which has been operating in Rome, Naples and Spolito. A search of tho house of a member of the society, a former Governrespondence had been carried on with agents in New York for the sale to Americans of Italian girls who had been bought for small sums in the Southern Provinces. Prices asked ranged from 40 to S0. Good Causa for the Epidemic. Mattoon, 111., August 17. There Is almost an epidemic of typhoid fever in this vicinity. One physician is reported ns bavin?; eighteen cases. There have been two deaths so far. Three children in one amilv'sre down sick. The disease is attributed to impure water and ice. The ice, it is alleged comes from a reservoir which receives the contents of hotel sew ers. ment official, revealed the fact that a cor- lover-oflcocreS- -- ' g, n tt 17- nua-ciu- ir .!!. or ra!fii. ,., i 1 Half-Bree- cel-brat- ed 1 t"-"- - "T "" 1 ?M. 1 .-- . gobd-raan- j oO-"!- tVtIf-v-itn- -- w&ssis&r vfwvrrVn i-- Uff .;, nn-a- sub-Treasu- ry Caroline Jslands are Germany's. London, August 17. The German Government has formally notified the powers of Germany's occupation of the Caroline Island.", the plea bemir repated appeals from German traders. Tho Spanish Corves, at their last session, appointed a special Governor of the Carolina, who started for the-- islands before they were seized by Ger" many? j . h . Fair-chil- d, 14.--T- he FiTTSBURon'PATAugust .'tDeathof Hon. John B. Guthrie. 17. the-autum- n. a- 45 f1 "&&: to-da- y, ? . . . A yahFftHfrnwf(l l. ihenk.:?XVIJJa. one-ha- lf -- -- -,- R.Guthrie, twiceMayor of Pittsburgh, a member of the State Constitutional Convention, and for many venrs Special Agent of the U. S. Treasury at Washington, died at Cresson, Pa., after a brief illness. Deceased was seventy-eigyears of age. to-da- y, ht Hon. John Acting uO:, "g August 17. Chief 'Clerk John Twecdale, of the War Department, will act as Secretary of War during the absence of Secretary Endicott. The Secretary will be absent from Washington until about October 1 Washington, Secretary 9 War. Mc-Man- Iff1 i hj exhausted aeronaut, M. Glor-icux, was picked up out of the English Channel by the New Haven packet the other day. He had ascended at Lille in the hope of landing near Paris. Contrary curreuts,hovcver,took the balloon seaward over Calais and Boulogne, rendering a descent impracticiible. After passing over tho latter he lost sight ot land and drifted down the channel, the car being in contact with the water. Mr. Gloricux had made many previous ascents. During tho last forty-fiv- e yean Massachusetts has held "the English mission nearly half the time. She has held this ofiice under ten of the thirteen Presidents of that time. The line of eminent men she has furnished in this capacity is truly remarkable. In the list are included the three Adamses. Everett, Bancroft, Motley and LowelL bosCon -- ,; ..n-- t-- Wife-Murder- er to-da- y, j-- szk ..,3?.F, -- U h -- " .16-- !,. T to-d- -- Coan-ham- to-d- -- Theyhfot sain? -- to-d- Transcript. --- 1 er I The construction of the Black Hills brancn of thn Sinnv f?itr P.noifio Tttl. way has given an impetus to the settle-- 1 nwnt of tha Southern Black Hill coua- AV and gave, both to tho river aud country, tho name Kentucky. Hon. Z. F. Smith in History of Kentucky. Mark LaUderiiach was fatally shot, nenr Little Rock, by Burton Terry, who charged Lauderbach with circulatiug scandalous stories regnrdinghis daughters. The annual wheat show of Kentucky producers will be held at Frankford September 2. At Paducah, Frank Lyon, while driving a large transfer wagon containing four hogsheads of tobacco, fell and was run over, death resulting in five minutes. The wheel passed over his breast, crushing him into a jelly. A table has boen prepared which shows the assessed wealth of the State of Kentucky by counties, for 1SS5, as compared with 1SS0 or for a period of just ono half a decade. Whilst the aggregate increase is 540,263,002, in many of the best counties there hns either been n decrease or else a very small increase. For instance, Allen, Bracken, Bullitt.Greenup, Hancock,Marion, Owen, Scott and Shelby, are of this class. The greatest increases havo come from the largo counties as Jefferson, Kenton, Christian, Clark, Campboll, Fayette, etc., and tho mountain counties notably Bell, which nearly doubled its valuation, Breathitt nearly fifty per cent., Harlan over fifty per cent., Laurel nearly seventy per cent., Lee nearly forty per cent., Leslie over fifty per cent., Letcher nearly twenty-fiv- e percent., Menifee nearly one hundred per cent., Morgan nearly forty per cent., Whitley nearly sixty per cent., and even Rowan, as Inwless as it is, upward of forty per cent, increase over losu. uoyie snows an increase ot over fc!00,000, from $1,461,705 in 1SS0 to $4,670,572 in 16S5. Garrard has an increase of Lincoloan increase of $339,000; Mercer an Increase of 560,000, while Casey is' better off by $282,000. The aggregate valuation for 18S5 is divided into the following classes of property: Lands, $200,150,-77lots, $03,833,271; personalty, total, $300,827,063. This is an increase for tne State of $12,039,421 over the valuation of 16S4. The other evening John Warran and Roe Wells were going from Owingsville in a buggy and as they were going down the Folksville pike, about a mile from that place, their horses took fright and ran off. Wells was thrown out on the pike and badly hurt, while Warran escaped with some slight bruises. Tho carriage was a complete wreck. A heavy wind storm passed over Paducah tbo other day, unroofing a portion of the Richmond House and other buildings. Steamers were blown loose, but none lost. "Nearly all the tobacco houses of Owens-borhavo shut down for the summer. A society of Adventistshns been organized at Madisonville, with twenty-fiv- e members. C. L, Radford, a Christian County boy, has been nppointed to a cadetship at the Naval Academj from the Second district. Excellent apples can be bought in Ha-lGreen at ten cents a bushel. Jack Belt, a prominent young man of Blandsville, fell dead the other evening, from the effect of the heat. A destructive fire occurred at Frankfort on tho 10th, destroying the most valuable business houses in the city. The firo originated in the dry goods, notion and mHlinery store of Sol Harris, and spread with great rapidity, the building being a total loss in less than an hour. The three-stostone-frobuilding of Peter C Sower, with metal roof and surrounded by fire walls, could not stand the flames and was soon a complete wreck. The loss on property destroyed and damaged is estimated at $75,000. The fire waa certainly tha work of an incendiary. 470,-00- 0; 3; Xi,848,-919; -- ago may be of some little nso in compressing certain blood vessels, and thus lessening the drain ot blood from tho brain. Indeed, there is littlo doubt that were a man , to tie a rope so tightly about his neck as to stop the flow of blood in the veins of the neck he would not be seasick, although it is true that ho would die of strangulation and asphyxia a fact that to the minds of I , some physicians would be an argument said. A vocal solo rendered by a fully equipped ' against Uie general use of the remedy. The proper treatment for seasickness is burro is an experience never to be for- - 5 i simply to stand the patient on his head. This would effectually prevent any undue flow of blood from the brain, and would thus render seasickness impossible. It is not necessary that the treatment should be of time. kept up for any great Twpnty-fou- r hours in ordinary cases would be sufficient, for by the end of that time the patient would probably become accustomed to the motion of the ship and his brain would adapt itself to the new conditions. Steamship companies ought to provide facilities for the proper treatment of seasick passengers. When the number of passengers is small they could be seized up by the feet to the mizzen stay before the ship reaches Sandy Hook, but on board mot of our large passenger ships it would be found gotten. I havo seen strong men moved to , ; necessary to provide btout spars to bs tears as they listened to his sweetbur mel- n placed fore and aft at an elevation of, say, anclioly cadence because they had no club or battering ram with which' to show their twenty feet aboe the deck. A watch tackle could be nrovided for each passen appreciation, and soothe their perturbed , i!j , 4, ger, and with its help lie or she could be I The burro can not .sing without raising ' run up to tho spar and left haneing by the feet for as long a time as might be neces- hi? tall. As his vocal organs limber up, .Jiis, sary. Propriety would, of course, dictate tail ascends until It is extended Inone nor-- " the use of a separate spar for each sex, and izontal straight line, and from the tip' of I it might be well to swing the children his nose to the tip of his tail he is one.); apart from theirparents, so that the latter continuous, harmonious, exultant wave, of ,,HW would not be annoyed by childish outcries. sound. In Tho In case of rain"'1 tarpaulin thrown across cow-bo- y hxt wnv tn rtdo ! hurrn 5ayon hira n. '" to do It for you; but If must.'JSjl the spar and hangne down on each side ot the pasengeo would protect them from do It yourself follow these directions, I've wet It would be,5ecessary to lower away been there. leg on each side of the thing;. Place one each passenger at meal times, so that he up could be comfortably fed, but the ad- then, as your legs may drag, fold them un- ' vantages of swinging the passengers so at the knees. If your knees still drag, high as to have them completely out of the fold your legs and wrap them around the way of the sailors when working on deck burro three or four times, and hold your,, feet under your arms. (I used to put minef is obvious. in my pocket, my feet, not the burro.) ' T -' THE BURRO. Felicitous Description or a Kocky Mountain llird. The burro is a condensed jackass. He is little all over, except his ears and voice. He lias long hair all over his body, four legs, two eirs and one tall. As a vocalist the burro stands without a rival. Ho starts off with a low, sweet, "ohy he ohy he haw he haw haw haw he haw I " and keeps it up until you tremble for his-- . life, and just as you think he will surely stop, or die and get out of misery, he ail your fond expectations bv turning on a little more sound, ravers-r.ing the action aud retracting all he has just 1 o, t Then grasp srae of the hair In tench hand, close your eyes, speak gently to the burro you will probably T. B. and off you go. notice that the burro goes off alone and for. a very short space of time you are left in the sunlight, about three feet above the ground, with your legs wrapped around a hole about the size of a burro; then you f.w retreat rapidly to the ground and sit down with so much determination that you bite your tongue half off and dislocate your bin. In spite of your wounds you insist in talk-- T ing until everything is blue and smells of l sit-ti- ng fi brimstone. Travelers use burros to climb mountains, with. 1 have discovered that it is us easy to climb alone, as to climb up with a burro between your legs and push him along in , J front el ry nt Now that we know how to treat half the terrors of a sea voyage will disappear. Instead of lying In his stateroom or on the deck miserably sick, the passenger will spend his first twenty-fou- r hours at a breezy elevation above the deck, a single abdominal pang. True and without may seem a little cramped and his position tiresome, but tins would soon wear off, and oe attracted and his his attention by the novel spectacle of the mind occupied world when viewed froUi an upside down position. That this treatment would pre-vent seasickness there can not be the shadow of doubt, especially when we recol- lect that the bat, who spends half the year upside down, has never been known in a A". y. Time, .ingle laataac to be lots of experience, how- - f ever, but the next time I will change the programme and climb the burro and carryR also , the mountain. A burro is four-footis a mule but we dongX to love the mule as we do the burro. The mule is all hindfooted. Nemo, in Pecks It gives a person . I sure-foote- Sun. He Was Tired. "' , Ti - "" ever have a dreadful tired feel-'- , Ing come over you I" asked a patent laedl-. mnmif,(.ture, or a Iriend. who com-": , a f ""7 of not feeling well Pained "Oh, yes, often," replied the friend. " You should try a bottle of my c,ar".'T How often do you experience this UreC " Do you i ,9jt,. feeling?'' " " Every time I see your advertiseBaeai Artft on the fences." PhladelpMa i i JLnricmn. ' iI -- v tr&t -'. if hrm -- V. S .. s . , 11 J Hy3-- - nctt vm I? .TheHkkm'aii Courier: M -r-r- But the truth forced itswar to the front last, inhis,disorderednndprstaB4ipg-at w . r. to and with painful an upright posiUou, and regained his bea-rbefore shocked a long years it fraln.vfrr servedJiim had KENTUCKT. he seen it m such shnno The truth is, HICKMAN. Elder Bro had never bfcre tried stand on his head in it. As calmly as possible he began to straichten it out, caring but little for the dust upon bis garment. A V.ESSON IN TENNIS. . Tho beaver was his special crown of dignity. To lose it wai to be reduced to a level Ther played at tennis that summer day with tho common wool-hat herd. He did Where was It? O, call it Mount Desert his best, pulling, pressin" enA pushing, The place matters not; I will simply say: Theyrrero playing tennis that summer day, but the hat did not looB natural when And sbo wore a short and striped skirt. he had finished. It seemed to have if r been laid off Into counties, secplayed'fcut ill 'twas his first essay He jewel tions aud town lots. Like a well-c"And oho bis partner and coach was both; wnat Though perhaps not "up" in tho points of it had a face for him, view it fro" so imever point he chose, a quality which pressed him that a lump gathered In Ills Yet sho knew the game In a genoral way And to give him points seemed nothing throat, aud his eyes winked vigorously. " -J.,- - .loath, fe. 'did his best,ut his best was poor: Be ' Tho balls served tb him on his side staid; And thus it wont on for a round or more. Till, anxiousho ventured to ask: tho score. "The sco? Why, It's Thirty Love," she --fc nnnnnniasi at- -- J er her neroicauy .. ,1 r r- "'F,n' !&e.!ldctf w a convulsion. Sho notice answered speech from the top of the table; another camp-meetin- Jfe-wa-s match" " It is aD qiisito ton-kn- "I think you're whistlin' again. head's red, red as a woodpeck's. Nancv's only half way to the color of her on' it do seem like red oughter to soot red. Jnncy's red. an' the hat's ral Z . -nt n.ii. iiH r"".u"",', " ut -- " sSj" ) ssai u V - i was from sheer only that Elder Brown replied, with his usual broad social smile: "Well, a fly now an' then don't hurt nobody." Now if thero is anybody in tho world twb.o prides himself on knowing a thing or Tho sun of that'pumrncr day is set; two, it is tne spruce young man wno preThat scaseais gono, as seasons (to; sides over a soda fountain. This particular But his heart was caught in that tennis net, Elder Brown was not, however, a man young 'gentleman dfd not even deem a fAnd they might have been playing partners . for tears. Ho was a uairtofl$cton The reply necessary. He vanished an instant,-anVHadyet &t given .hot answer: '2fp. she not when he returned a close observer sudden vision which gaze, the donkey calmly 'chewing- - scrub .might have seen that tho mixture in Cs He nlavs no tenuis at all this rear. buds, with tho green jnice already. oozing ino glass no oore had slightly changed Elder Brown's stop began to lose its But ho Hropes,' nd moans, and sighs, from the corners of his frothy.ntoutfi, acted1 Wlor and increased in quantity. But the buoyancy. He found himself utterly unneignoi upon him like magic. Ho was, after all, elder saw only tho whizzing stream of That fato is so hard, and life is so drear; straight. Thero was an And, worse than all else, ho remembers only human, and when he got bands upon water dart into its center, and the rosy able to walk straddle gait that carried clear; a piece of brush, he thrashed the poor foam rise and tremble on the glass's rim. uncertain one sido ofin hiswalk to the other, him from tho That "Love is nothing" she told him so. boast until it seemed as though even its Tho next instant ho was holding his breath and caused people whom ho met to cheerC. F.Cobum. in Century. d already hide woold be eter- and sipping the cooling drink. nally ruined. Thoroughly exhausted at As Elder Brown paid his small score he fully yield him plenty gf,room. Poor BaBalaam la6t, he wearily straddled bfa saddle, and was at peace with tho world. I firmly be laam. Ho saw himjfebming. early start made 4 an BACKSLIDE; with his chin upon his bretresumed the lieve mat wnen ne nau umsnea nis craning, that day, andhad hourslhetood in'ih& son THE ELDER'S for Sfe packages had awniting relief. early morning tenor oyhi way. and the little his u been stored away, could the poor donkey sleepy eyes and raised his expressive lars ', sir." have made his appearance at the door, and to a Dosftiou of attention, the old familiar His Tripjo Macon and "What Bo-fe- ll Eider Brown leaned ovff the little pine gazed with his meek, fawn-lik- o eyes into coat aud battered hat of tho elder were bedeHim on'the Journey. his master's, bo would have obtained full fore him. Ho lifted up his honest voice picket which.divided tho partment of a Macon warehouse from tho and free forgiveness. cried aloud for joy. ' room in general, and surveyed the Elder Brown paused lit the door as ho and effect was electrical for on instant. Tho Elder Brown told his wife good-by- e back of a gentleman who was was about to leave. A at Eldor Brown surveyed tho beast irith horwas just lifting a creamy mixthe door as mechanically as busily figuring at a desk within! The school-giror, but again In his understanding there though his proposed trip to' Macon, ten nnartment wns carnetless. and the dtist of ture to her lips before the fountain. It was rang out the trumpet words, decadday deep on thaold books, shelves, a pretty picture, and he turned back, reerunc, "Drunk, drunk, drunk, dror-umiles away, was an ever;-da- y affair, a the inraiiiacaaiWTise.nienis oi guano solved to indulge in one more glass of tho and unc, uuc." while, as a matter of fact, many years had and fertilizers which decorated the room. delightful beverago before beginning his Ho stooped instinctively for a missile with elapsed since, unaccompanied, he set foot in An old stove, rusty with the nicotine con- long ride homeward. which to smite his accuser, but brought up "Fix it up again, sonny," he said, re- suddenly with a jerk and a handful of the city. He did not ki3s her. Many TeryH tributed by farmcrsjluring the, previous by his broad, confiding smile, as the sand. Straightening himself up with a good men never kiss their wives. But season while waitingbe its glowing sides newingvoung straight spruce man poised a glass inquirfor their cotton to small blame nttaches to tho elder for his up iu a bed of sand, and festoons of cob- ingly. The living automaton went through majestic dignity, he extended his right omission on this occasion, since his wife webs clung to the upper -- sashes of the tho samo motions as before, nnd again hand Impressively. "You're a goldarn liar, Balaam, and, had long ago discouraged all amorous murky windows. The lower sash of one Elder Brown quaffed the fatal mixture. blnst your old buttons, you kin walk home What a singular power is habit? Up to by yourself, for I'm danged if yoa sh'llride demonstrations on the part of her liege window had been raised, and in the yard without, near)y an acrt in extent, lay a this time Elder Brown had been entirely me er step." lord, and at this particular moment was few bales with jagged lioles in innocent of transgression, but with the old Surely Coriolanus never turned his back filling the parting moments with a rattling tlwir the. .sampler had left alcoholic fire in his veins, twenty years upon Home with a grander dignity than list of directions concerning thread, but- them.- Elder Brown had;time to notice all dropped from his shoulders, and a feeling sat upon the old man's form as be faced tons, hooks, needles and all the many these familiar poinw;'for"the figure at the came over him familiar to every man who about and left tho bruto to surrey with etceteras of an industrious housewife's desk kept serenely at his task, and deigned Las been "in his cups." As a amatter of anxious eyes tho new doparture of his fact, tho elder would have been confirmed master. basket. The elder was laboriously assort- no reply. sir," said Elder Brown tweuty years before had his wife He saw the elder zigzag along tbo street, ing these postcript commissions in his again. In his most dignified tones. "Is Mr. drunkard been less She took the and behold him about to turn a friendly memory, well knowing that to return with Thomas in?" i reins into her own bunds when she found corner. Once more he lifted up his mighty nny'one of them neglected would cause sir," said the- figure. that bis business and strong drink did not voico: trouble in the family circle. in a minute." Tho j on mix well, worked bim into tho church, and drunk, drunk, drer- - uuc, drer-unElder Brown mounted his patient steed "I'll wait joinedit. JTben sustained his resolutions by making it "Drunk, eruuc, uuc, unc." that stood sleepily motionless in the warm the desk man trirned. difficult and dangerous for him to get to Once more the elder turned with lifted sunlight, with his great pointed ears dishis toddy. She bee ime the business head hand, nnd shouted back "Well, sir, what can I.do for you!" played to the right and left, as though family, and he the spiritual. Only the best The elder was goldarn you! "You're a liar, their owner had grown tired of the lifo when he arrfved.-an- nofnhis state of pf humor .of the intervals did he over "backslide' You're or iffamous Balaam, Then he passed mind had liar." burden their weight inflicted upon him, not improved. tIJa,wajted.full a minute as at rare twenty years of tho now era, from view. niidras, old soldier fashion, ready to na surveyed ma mau ui uumucks and Mrs. Brown nerseir used to say tnat 111. forego the once rigid alertness of .early his'n turned to gall before make some the 'Lthouchtlmnutbe Mrs. Brown training for the pleasures of frequent rest arrangements .wih you able tosome monoy, khe "suirar in ended." People who know iously awaitingstood upon the steps anxto git backslide tho return of her liege on arms. but 1 recKon l was raiscasen." ine ware- her never doubted it. lord. She knew he bad with him a largo er "And, elder, don't you forgit them But Elder Brown's sin during the recame nearer. sua scraps, or you'll do wantin' kiver soon house manMr. Brown, I believe. I did not mainder of the day contained an element sum of monoy, or should have, and busi "This is knew also that he was a man without an' no kiver will be You are not in of responsibility. As he moved majestically ness mothods. She had long since repented you Elder Brown did not turn his head, but recognize us." afbnce. down toward where Balaam slant in the see merely let the whip tiand, which had been often tomy wife usually 'tends to the town sunlight, he felt no fatigue. There was a of the decision which sent him to town. "JJfo; and old battered ch,cckpd writs backward motion, fair as he glow upon his aud a faint Whon tho loomed up in hat gloaming and run the church tho coat answered mechanically. The beast he be- bizness. while I my donkey this and farm. tinge upon his prominent nose. Ho she stared with terror. morning," Got a fall from confronted her, strode responded with a rapid whisking of a'quizzical, interrogating nodded familiarly to people as ho met its tail and a great show of effort, as it he said, noticin:face before him, "and fell them, and saw notthe look of amusement The next instant she had seized him. what upon the "For tho Lord sakes. Elder Brown, amblejl jaff.down .the sandy road, the rider's look which succeeded astonishment upon the ails you? As I live, if the mnu ain't drunk! hat" long legs seeming now and then to touch squar on the it. The He made a- pretense various faces. When ho reached the neighman of business had of smoothing Brown? for the life of borhood of Balaam it suddenly occurred to Elder Brown! Elder .g, the ground. You crazy old ? .4 'But as the zigzag panels of the.Tail fence already lost interest" will you want, Mr. him that he might have forgotten some one me can't I make you hear?old sinner! 3011 "How hypocritel you desavin' crept behind him, and he felt the j freedom Brown?"much money ot his numerous commissions, and he d wretch! where have you of the morning beginning to acf upon his "Well, about seven hundred dollars," paused to think. Then a brilliant idea roso ben?" wcljftraintd blood, the mechanical his mind. He would forestall blame hat, The elder made an effort to wave heroff. the old man's mind gave place to a said the elder, replacing histhe and turn- in and disarm anger with kindness ho furtive look npon "Woman," he said, with grand dignity, mild exuberance. A weight seemed to bo ing a The other was taoping warehouse would purchase Hannah a bonnet. Leading Balaam, she disappeared down with bis "you forgit yussef ; shu know ware I'vo lifting from it ounce by ounce as the fencq, man. upon What woman's neart evor tailed to soiton ben 'swell's I do. Ben to town, wife, nn' the lane; and when, a few minutes later, the littlehelf lying across the panels, the weedy corners, the persimmon Tencil at sight of a new bonnet? see yer wat I've brought the lines hat, Hannah Brown and her husband entered sprouts nnd sassafras bushes, crept rail. As 1 have stated, the elder was a man of ole woman, I could git. Look 't the color. through the light that streamed out of the "I can get von five hundred." away behind him, so that by the timo a action. He entered a store near at hand. Like goes 'ith like; it's red an' you're red, open door, her arms wero around him, and "But I oughter have seven." mile'lay .between bim and the life partner "Good morning." said an affable "Can't arrange for 'that amount. "Wait tleman with a Hebrew countenance,gen- an' it's a dead match. What yer raesn? her face upturned to his. II. S. EdmanU, of his joys and sorrows ho was in a reason--- r apHevl hole on! ole woman! you Han m Harper's Magazine. ablyi contented frame ot mind, and still till later in the season, and come again. proaching. Moneys is very tightnow. How much Sho literally shook him into improving. " ', J said tho nah! you." vou ., It wns a queer flfrure that crppt ahnc cotton will count on anhmtril !al"t. An' Blder, piling bin bundles on tho counter. silence. miserable wretch ! you SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. n "You the road that cheery May morning.-- It wns you2V"oH,-- I "I hope you are well?" Elder Brown can'tTgit thes.ev'n hnndr'd dollars?" drunken sot! what do yon mean by coming A Chapter 011 lrul-nrIn Conduct nnd tall and gaunt, and had been for thirty his hand fervidly. "Like to obligo you, home nnd insulting your wife?" Hannah years or more. The long head, bald on top, will fix it for vou "later but can't right now; Temperance in Diet. " "Quito well, I thank you. What on.? ceased shaking him from pure exhaustiou. y covered behind with hair, and in "And the little wife?" said Elder Brown, tho elder, slowly, "Well," The extreme heat of the season, with "Where is it, I say? where is it?" front with a short tangled growth that the papers said five, an' I'll make it"fix un affectionately retaining tho Jew's hand. go 83 for By this time she was turning his pockets tho increased number of deaths, suggest curled nnd kinked in every direction, was far as possible." "Quite well, sir." wrong hide out. From one she got pills, stove-pip-e, surmounted by an "And note "was too?" the little ones quite well, I hope, from another change, from another pack- groat prudence in conduct and temperThe papers 'wero drawn."-hat, worn and stained, but eminently imance in diet. A largo proportion of the pressive. An Henry Clay made out for JTm2..V), for the interest was "Yes, sir; all well, thank you. Some- ages. "The Lord bo praised, and this is atone and a half per cent, for seven thing"! can do for you?" f cloth coat, stained and threndbare,-dividebetter luck than I hoped! O.elder! elder! fatal results traceablo to thermal causes months, and a mortgage on ten mules be1t itself, impartially over the donkey's back longing to the elder was drawn and signed. Tho affable merchant was trying to re- elder! what did you do it for? Why, man, might easily bo prevented by a 1 ttle. and danglecPon his sides. This was all call his customer's name. is that remaiued of Ihe elder's wedding suit The' elder then promised to send his cotton how, not now, thankee. If you where Balaam?" beast choked off tho care. Of course the few who can afford "Not ' in the Thought of tho of forty vears ago. Only constant caro, to the warehouse to l sold else?" fall, and please to let my bundles stav untell I come to gratify their desires by fleeing to threatened hysterics. and. a back and use of late years limited to extra occa with a curt "Anything two " parted. "Balaam? Balaam?" said tho elder, grog-gil- some cool and quiet retreat, and then had preserved it so long. Tho "Thankee, that's all," the you somothing? Hat, "Can't I show "He's in town. The infernal ole J, sions, had soon parted company with Elder Brown now made an effort to re'trousers fool 'suited me, an' I lot' him to walk have tho good judgment to bo temper their friends. The substitutes were red call the supplemental commissions shouted now. Be back bimeby." "Not ate in their habits, aro tho furthest rejeans, which, while they did not well to him upon his departure, intending to Wah it chance or fate that brought Elder home." His vifo surveyed him. Really at that moved from all seasonable dangers, but match his court costume, were .better execute them first, and theu take his writ- Brown in front of a bar? ThH glasses Hismental resolves shone bright upon the shelves as the swing- moment she did think his mind was gone; to the many this is impossible. The able to withstand the old man's ten listit&rrOiy item. point enwhen a new but tho leer upon abuse, for, if, in addition to his had just reached this lass fortunate ones can comply with ing door flapped back to let out a coatless raged her beyond the old man's face endurance. frequent religious excursions astride his thought made itself known. Passers-b- y who passed him with a rush, chew"You did, did vou? Well, now, I reckon well established hygienic principles. were puzzled to see tha old man suddenly clerk, beast, thero ever was a man who was fond e Cleanliness is of the first importance off and p3er with an ing npon a farewell mouthful of laugh for some cause, you will. Back of sitting down with his feet higher than snatch his bologna. Elder beheld you'll air into its irregular for an instant the familiar Brown within. you go, sir straight back; an' don't you and it apples not only to tho person, o .his head, it was this ' Elder intent and sceue caverns. Some of them were shocked The screws of his resolution had been loos- come home 'thout that donkey, or you'll but also to tho premises. Tho body Brown. Brown. Tho morning expanded, and the old man when he suddenly and vigorously ejacuened. At sight of tho glistening bar tho rue it, sure as my name is Hannah should be sponged once a day, and " Aleck! you expanded with it; for while a vigorous lated: goldarn an' whole moral structure of twenty years corner, twic is better, with water not cold; "Hannah round the A lender in his church, the elder at home was, came tumbling down. Mechanically he fromblack boy dartedwith several others, clothing next to tho person should be blue blazes I" behind which, it- must bo admitted, an uncomplaining and He had suddenly remembered having entered the saloon, ne laid a silver quar he had beheld the brief but stirring scene. frequently changed; the bedroom and slave. To the intense astonishment of the upon tne Daras satu: "Put a saddle on er mule. The elder's linen should be thoroughly ventilated beast he rode, thero came new vigor into Elaced his memoranda in that hat, and as ter little whisky an' suger." The arms depths his mind gwiuo back to town. And don't you bo the whacks which fell upon his flanks ;. and e studied its empty scrap fluttering pic- of"A like a fakir's in the and aired after use. Tho common .the,bcast allowed astonishment to surprise tured the importanthis earlyniorning; along a side show as he worked the glass with its long about It, neither." set out tum"Yessum." Aleck's Ivories gleamed in practice of shutting up the sleeping 'him into real life and decided motion. the sandy scene of little quota of "short sweetening" and a the dnrkness as ho disappeared. caused room all day in order to keep it dark Somewhere in the elder's expanding soul a ble. It was this that jnargia him to graze decanter, and senta than he had Eldor Brown was soberer at that moment should bo avoided; the clothing should tune had begun to ring. Possibly fhe. took an oath vith less in twenty years. What of water spinning along from the upper than ho bad been for hours. up the far faint tune that came from the allowed himself bo aired throughout the day, and the end of the bar with a dime in change. "Hannah, you don't mean it?" straggling gang of negroes away off in the would the old ladv say. " Whisky is hlgher'n used to be," said knew too well. What town as couch not made up for use until evenAlas! Elder Brown "Ye3, sir, I do. Back you go to neiu, as tney siowiy cnopneu amid the Elder Brown; but was ing. Keep no frerh' meat or decayed thread-lik- e rows of cotton plants which she would nbt say was whatinpuzzled him. taking another order, the did not hear him. sure as my name is Hannah Brown." and d the sunlight But as he stood lined the level ground, for the melody h6 The elder was silent. He had never vegetation anywhere about tho premises. Elder Brown stirred away the sugar, and hummed softly and thenneang stronglyrin" aense ot utter desolation cams and dwlt let a steady stream of reel liquid flow into known his wife to relent on any occasion Whitewash tho cellar and bo careful to the quavering, catchy tones of a good old with mm. His eye resceu up n sleeping the glass. He swallowed the drink as after she had ailirmed her intention, sup- avoid keeping remnants of food about country churchman," was: "I'm glad sal- Balaam anchored to a post in the street, though his morning tod had plemented with "as sure as my name is to tlcay and mould, so as ho recalled the treachery that and vation's free." her way of all his affliction, gloom never been suspended, and pocketed the Hannah Brown." It was is It was during the singing of thisg hymn at the base of desolatioaf change. "But it ain't any better than it swearing. No affidavit would have had v. Equal in importanco to cleanliness was added to the that Elder Brown's regular half the claim upon her as that simple the supply of pure air. Lot every room To turn back nnd search for the lost was," he concluded, as he passed out. He enunciation. strokes were for the first time varied. in the house from cellar to garret be He began to hold his hickory up at certain paper would have been worse than useless did not even'seem to realize that he bad So back to town went Elder Brown, not abundantly veutilated during some one courser was open to him. and af r done anything extraordinary. pauses in the melody, and beat the changes Only There was a millinery store up the street, In the order of the early morn, but silently, portion of "each day. Flies ana hot air by upon the sides of his astonished steed. went the leader of his people. .lie cahjd and thither with uncertain step he wended moodily, despairingly, surrounded the grocery; he invadedthe recesses of aro preferable to a dark, stuffy apartThe chorus under this arrangement was, at and actual gloom. elate, the dry goods establishment?; he ransacked uis way, reeling a little more black-eye- d and mentalold man had turned a last appealing ment, which is thus converted into a "I'm clad salvation's free, The the hardware stores; and wherever he altogether sociable. A pretty, as he I'm ylad salvation's free, went he made lifo a. burden for the clerks, girl, struggling to keep down her mirth, glance upon the angry woman, aud sat disease breeding nest Hot air naturally I'm glad salvation's free for all, and pulling down came forward and faced him behind the mounted, with Aleck's assistance, out the rises, and, if the upper rooms are kept tjtad salvation's free." overhauling I'm counter. Elder Brown lifted his faded hat in the light that streamed from with- closed throughout the day, they will be Wherever there Is an italic, the hickory whole shelves of stock. Occasionhis memoranda would with the politeness, If not the grace, of a kitchen window. She met tho glance descended. It fell about as regularly and ally an item of found charged with the foul air that has out a waver. Castilian, and after the fashion of the stick beating upon come to light, and thrusting his hand into Again he was in made a sweeping ho bow. "She means it, as sure as my name is been generated in tho living rooms. his element. But did capacious pocket, where- lay the prothe bass drum during a funeral march. his Brown," he said, thickly. Then he Take the utmost care of the sewers. ' But the beast, although convinced that ceeds of his ch,eck, hs would pay for it not speak. A shower of odds and ends, Elderon. upon tho spot, and insist on having it small packages, thread, needles and but- rode Temperance should bo observed, both something serious was impending, did IV. not consider a funeral march appro- rolled up. To the suggestion of the slave tons, released from their prison, rattled To say that Elder Brown suffered on this in eating and drinking. Where the priate for the occasion. He pro- whom he had in charje'forthe time being down about him. not The girl it. lone journey back t5 Macon would only appetite or the vocation demand, it is tested, at first, with vigorous whisk- - that the articles be laid aside until he had And the laughed. Sho couldhand helpthe mildly outline his exnerienne. His early better to eat more frequently, rather elder, leaning his on finished, he wo'uld noJisten. insrs of his tail and a ranid shiftmrr morning's fall had leguii!to makeitsslf than overload tho stomach at long inot nls ears. Finding these demonstrations "Now you look heresonnjfci" he said, in counter, laughed, y toountil s.everalother ieiu xio was nore ana UHOomioriaoie.De Kirls camo to the front. Then . tervals. Unripe fruit and vegetables are tore, "I'm conducting this sides, his stomach wasjempty, and uMiaiuu,) auu luuviulcu wab sumo ur- the susgent cause for hurry had suddenly invaded revival, an' I don't need no help in my line. tney, hiding behind counters and until for two meals It hadmissed for thecalled poisonous, and are especially injurious first pended cloaks, laughed and snickered the elder's serenity,,as it .had. his pwn, he Just you tiethera stockin's up an' lemrae they reconvulsed the elder's in hot weather. Meats and vegetables who time in years. began to cover the ground wih frantic have 'em. Then I fototo"l'v ;jot 'em." As had been desperate When, sore and weary, leaps that would have surprised his owner each purchase was promptly paid for, and resume her making appearance. efforts to the city, the electric lightsthe elder entered should be thoroughly cooked before eatdemure shone above it ing, aud all should be when could he have realized what was going on. change had to be secured, the clerk earned "Let me help you, sir," she said, coming like jewels in a crown. The city slept; cooked. Intemperance in freshusually the But Elder Brown's eyes were half closed, his salary for that day at least. from behind the counter, upon seeing Elder that is, tho better portion of it did. Here and he was singing at the top of his voice. So it was, when near regarded harmless summer drinks and heat of the day, Brown beginning to adjust his spectacles and there, however, lower lights Lost in a trance of divine exultation, for the cood man arrived the the druz s'jre. for., a search. He waved her back majes- out into the night.the Moodily the flashed compounds is followed by as serious rent. Elder JTfcfe feltrthe effects of the invigorating mo- -. the; of. tically. "No, my dear, no; can't allow It. pursued his journey, nnd as he rode, farofT sults as in alcoholic jjsuuf'ucuii uuijnm lan&HiK Mioauxjug will! purty !7 '1half Ulau"3u appears" vu C4uijjticu You mout sile them '11 'low fingers. toNo, in tho night there rose and quivered a beverages. Eat and drink seasonable, lines which he dimly Imagined with a hundred packages, which. ma'am. No gen'l'man er lady do plaintive cry. Elder Brown smiled wearme eyes aesUed in his arrarand bulged, out about such a thing." The elder was gently forc- ily; it was Balaam's ripe, well cooked food and light fluids "VW fThe-whole female congregation, he was tbet. sections othw'eltttblng that boasted of ing the girl back to her place. "Leave it nized it. The animal appeal, and he recog- in small quantities aud at more frequent he rode also supremely unconscious that his beast was pockets. As ho deposited his deck-loa- d to me. I've picked up bigger things'n and replied, until the silence of hurrying. upon the counter, great drops of perspira-tio- u them. Picked myself up this mornin'. the city was destroyed. The odd clamor intervals. attempt any or Do not And thus the excursion proceeded, until rolled down his face and over his Balaam you don't know Balaam; he's my uuu (illusion urew irom a saloon ne&r by suddenly a shote, surprised in his calm d donkey he tumbled me over his head in a group of noisy youngsters, whb'hVd.been excitement of body or mind. Start in collar to the floor. search for roots in a fence, corner, darted There was something refreshtho sand this mornin'." And Elder Brown making a nijrht of it. Thev mmA a time to meet every engagement without into tho road, and stood for an instant ing in the great glassesexquisitely foaming soda had to resume an upright position until his i,lder Brown as ho bocran to trnnsfo i.in. hurrving. Whether in the harvest field gazing. upon the with that that a spruce young of drawing paroxysm of laughter had passed. "You self to the hungry beast to whose motion at the in tho counting idiotic stare which onlya pi canTimilaw. from a marble fountain, man was above which half see this old hat?" extending it half full of he was more accustomed, and in tha "hail room or study, or enjoying the leisure Tha sadden appearaace of' this aalooked- a dozen polar bears in'an ambitious print package; "I fell clear inter it; jes' as fellow well met" stylo of tho day began to and comforts that wealth afford, bo for apparition acted stronglv upon the were disporting themselv.es. There came clean inter it as them things thar fell out'n bandy jests upon his appearance. Now donkey. Withtme supreme effort he co- a in tho run of customers, and the it " He laughed again, and so did the Elder Brown was not in a jesting humor careful to observe these precautions. llected .himself into a .motionless mass of spruce young man, having swept the foam my dear, Positively he was in the worst humor There are none so poor or unfortunato matter, bracing his front legs wide apart; from the marble, dextrousiy lifted a glass girls.off"But, for it." I whaled half the The result was that before many that they may not have them, and none 'n him is to say, he stopped short. Thero he from the revolving that "O, sirl how could you? Indeed, sir, I minutes passed the old man was swimrinz had rinsed stood, returning the pig's idiotic stare it with a fierce little rack which water, and think you did wrong. The poor brute did several ot the crowd by their collar8 bnnd so rich that they can safely noglect jvkich must have led to asked mechanically stream of hints are useful at every t.jvitk an interest as he caught the in- not know what he was doing, I dare say. breaking tha peace of the city, a no'lire-ma- them. These tke.presumnti'OB that never before in nil tense look approached and but for the season, but thev are essential now and of the perspiring elder, "What and probably he has been a faithful friend." party, upon whom tho Elder's nluck during the succeeding six weeks The girl cast her mischievous eyes toward little creatufe. KitT over "end went the rhadrnrjrn.,,.,Vfn tho elder to her companions, who snickered again. The had made a favorable impression, would will be Philadelphia Press. wo ui yi ay ei, uiiaujr uringing Up IU11 uriuKsoaa, out we suggestion, coming as old man was not conscious of the sarcasm. have run tho old man into tha barlength iu the sand, striking just as he It did in crowd, however, cirow He only saw reproach. His face straight- racks. The state, was should have shouted "free" for the fourth powering. his exhausted awkwardly,over- ened, and he regarded the girl soberly. him laughingly into the saloon and He drew near The Hindoos say that chess was the put Ume in his glorious chorus. on his glasses, aad examined the list of "Mebbe you're right, my dear; mebbe I to tho bar. The reaction Waa , invention of an astronomer who flourFully convinosd that his alarm had been syrups with great d much for his senses. He care. The young man, oughtn't." several thousand years ago, and Uie shote sod ontjrnm.nti. "I am sure of it," said the girl. "But yielded again. The reviving liquor nassed ished was possesse I of supernatural 5K(?rta6BB0ratat leisure surveyed der the gig&ntlcinissile buried at binr by cnH&lly the gaaaftgnre want to buy a bonnet or a his lips. Gloom vanished. Ho became one who now don't vou the faded fchfdonkey, and' scampered down tKeroad, knowledge and aouleness. The Greeks of the bo3's. the antqe coat and cloak to carry home to your wife?" jrwrwag UTBtone ear ana taea tne other to the battered stovfl.pjpe na with a The company into which Elder Brown claim that it was the invention of "Well, you're whistlin' now, birdie; that's 4eteet sounds of pursuit. The donkey, axing eouattstajce .Be even called my intention: set 'em all out." Again the had fallen was what is known as to beguile the tedium of the siege also convinced that the object before which tha prescription To such nothing is so captivating face shone with delight. "An' I legend is that it he bad halted was supernatural, started couBhand a quick clwk's attention by a elder'swant no as an adventure out of the common run of of Troy. Tho Arab The bac Tiolently upon seeing it apparently prescription clerk jerk of the thumb. con- don't course not. Now bonnet neither." accidents. The gaunt countryman with was devised for the instruction of a here is one; "Of torn to a man. But seeing that it had tinued his assaufcg'wailed freelv, and blue silk, with delicate pale blue feathers. pink his battered hat and claw hammer coat, voung despot by his tutor, a learned Just taTBed to nothing but a man. he wandered mass. " piece of tho thing for the season. We have nothing was a prize of an extraordinary nature! Brahmin, to teach the youth how a king Hp into the deserted fence corner, and held They drew him into a rear room, whose was dependent upon" his subject for more in stock." to nibble refreshment from a scrub ,lIireck0n'I.'rS?e Elder, resting his it out,elegant down, at gilded framss and polished tables betrayed upon upside bending down to and oak. o,, the list, "voil mn- 'iKwgme illo " n "Well, now, that's suthin' like. Will it the character and purpose of theplace and safetv. For a moment the elder gated up into little strawberry.. . plied him with wine until ten thousand 'ooman?" good for soot a sorter . Wrap fruit jars with paper to keep the sky, with the idoa that .1 tne blood mis yiir..- - yww, a an' trn-- . , A perfectly sober man would have said tights danced about hiri. The fUn m. g . the platform had given way.- bwryTgood any youngster made a political out the light. ,j the elrl'i corsets must have undergone a creased. Oue good-nature 'Arid Lover What Is lore?" he fain would know, : Tct blushed to ash it. for he could seo What pardonless lgnomnco he must show; But ehocalinly answered him, speaking "Why, ,Lye Is nothing; you know," said r said. i The spruce young man let the syrup stream into the glass as he smiled affably. Thinking, perhaps, to draw out the odd character, he ventured upon a jest himself, repeating a pun inyented by the man who made tbo first soda fountaiu. With a sweep of his arm he cleared away the swarm of insects as he remarked: "People who like a fly in theirs are easily accom-'modated- ?x blue-stringrosy-cheeked l lV? J-- U I j,ax.eaw u yd""". mo uiu uiuu laugueu until his cheeks wero wet. The girl, beginning to feel easy, and seeintr a customer alittlnn. ,...-- .. rapidly fixed up tho bonnet, took fifteen dollars out of a twenty-dollbill nnd calmly asked the elder if he wanted anything else. Ho thrust his change somewhere into his clothes, nnd beat a It had occurred to him that ho wasretreat. nearly drunk. m m i.;.i "t flock impersonated Hamlet; and finally Elder Brown was lifted into a chair and sang a g songi This was rendered by him with startling effect. Ho stood upright, with his hat iauntily knocked to one side, and his coat tails ornamented with a kindly pinned on by couple of show-billhis admirers. In his left hand he waved the stub of a cigar, and on his back was an admirable representation of Balaam's head, executed by some artist with billiard chalk. As the Elder sang his favorite hymn, FARM AND FIRESIDE. "I'm glad salvation's free," his stentorian comechoes. Most voice awoke the of the ar 7wtt ." - It "!Wo balf-tanue- M d . "WherTtfie-mjipons- d' "Good-mornin- book-keepe- rs' well-dress- ed farm-hou- se rl -- -- -- sold.-stoo- d on, ends-justv- as - "Gooi-morni- n', gtrong-minde- d. "Good-morntn- g, - yi c, -- -- -- d cal-ik- pany rolled upon the floor in convulsions 01 lauguici. The exhibition came to a close by tho chair overturning. Again Elder Brown fell into his beloved hat. He arose and shouted: "noa, uaiaami" Again lie seized the nearest weapon, and sought satisfaction. The- young gentleman with political sentiments was knocked nnder the table, and Hamlet only escaped injury by beating tho infuriated elder into the street. What next? Well, I hardly know. How tho elder found Balaam is a mystery yet; not that Balaam was hard to Ilnd, but that the old man was in no condition to find anything. Still he did, and climbing laboriously into the saddle, ho held on stem-enstupidly while tho hungry beast struck out Milan cakes are nice for tea. Half for nonie. v. a pound of sifted flour, a quarter of a Hannah Brown did not sleep that night. Sleep would not coins. Hour after hour pound of butter, six ounces of sugar, passed, aud her wrath refused to bo quelled. two tablespoonfuls of thick, sour cream Sho tried every conceivable method, but and one egg. Mix a paste of these intime hung heavily. It was not quite gredients, roll it out and cut it in peep of duy, however, when she laid her nd-shaped pieces; glaze with egg and n family Bible aside. It had been her mother's, and amid all the anxieties bake in a hot oven; when cold place a and tribulations incident to the lifo of a bit of jam or jelly in the center of each woman who had free negroes nnd a mis- and servo. N. Y. Commercial Advererable husband to manage, it bad been her tiser. mainstay and comfort. She had fre-- Gapes aro produced by a parasito quently read it in anger, page after page, without knowing what was contained in in tho windpipe of the fowl. It may bo removed by thrusting a feather into tho the lines. But oventually tho words intelligible nnd took meaning. Sho j windpipo, twistingil around and quickly wrested consolation from it by mere forco withdrawing. Jl is said that conuumg or will. And so on this occasion when sho closed a fowl in a box and filling the air in it t will sometimes causo the with tho book the fierce anger was gone. She was not a hard woman naturally. fowl to cough or sneeze up the intruder. Fato had 'brought hor conditions which No preventive is known, but an occacovered up the woman heart within tier, of turpentine is recomlmt thoiifh it lay deen. it was thero still. sional doseTroy Times. mended. As she sat with folded hands her eyes fell maidens may make a upon what? The pink bonnet with the blue plume! pretty fan to suit each toilet Take a do It may appear strange to those who pasteboard and or oval not understand such natures, but to me round it with fan of tulle in'folds and have a her next action was perfectly natural. cover Sho burst into a convulsive laugh; then, full puffing of the tulle about tho edge. seizing tho queer object, bent her faco upon On the side on which tho folds are it ami sobbed hysterically. When the arrange a mass of loops of storm was over, very tenderly she laid the fastenedsatin or velvet ribbon and place d passed out narrow aside, and gift three or four velvet butterflies as if into the night. r sho stood at tho end of hovering among the loops. The handle For n the lane, and then hungry Balaam and his is wound about with tho ribbon and master hove in sight. Reaching out her loops and ends depend from tho point ol hand, she checked tho beast. "William." said she, very gently, "where union with tho fan. Harper's Bazar. is the mule?" For coffee stains try putting thicb The elder had been asleep. Ho woke and glycerine on tho wrong sido anil washgazed upon her blankly. ing it out with lukewarm water. For "What mule, Hannah?" raspberry stains weak ammonia and "Tho mule you rode to town." For one full minute tho elder studied her water is tho best. Stains of fruit on face. Then it burst from his lips: good table linen can be removed without "Well, bless me! if I didn't bring Balaam injury by using the following with care: and forgit the mule!" Tho woman laughed till her eyes ran Pour boiling water on chloride of lime, in proportion of one gallon to a quarter water. "William," said she, "you're drunk." of a pound, bottle it, cork it well, and "Hannah," said ho, meekly, "I know it. in using bo careful not to stir it. Lay ,r Tho truth is, Hanuah, I "Never mind now, William," she said, tho stain in this for a moment, theu apgently. "You are tired and hungry. Come ply white vinegar and boil the tabio linen. Philadelphia, Pressinto tne nouse. nusband." Surpriso esrgs: One dozen eggst hard boiled; one teaspoonf nl of vinegar, three small pickles, chopped; one of made mustard, ham, lobster or chicken, chopped; season with t&bfc-spoonf- - If tho hands are stained there is nothing that will remove tho stain so well as lemon. Cut a lemon in halves and apply tho cut surface as if it were soap. Excha ngc If, upon weaning calf or other young animal, it is so far separated from tho dam that one can not bo heard by tho other, from one to three days will suffice to render them quiet. Prairie Farmer Layer Cake: Four eggs, ono cup of vchito sugar, butter tho size of a walnut, ono and a half cups of flour, ono large teaspoon of baking powder, six of water; flavor to taste; bake in moderate oven. The Household. A farmer is mentioned in the late discussion of New England farmers, reported in the Massachusetts Ploughman, who for two years planted seed of tho from tho seed-en- d anil stem-enpotato separately. Both years the seed-en- d gave him a crop from twelve to fourteen days earlier than from the d d. The making of cheese is a verv important occupation in Switzerland, where the riches of a man aro estimated according to tho number of cheese ho possesses. A strange custom in the alois is to make a cheese when a child is born, which is left untouched during jus lifetime, and is often cut into for the first time at his funeral feast. A rich nian. stores up wine as well as cheese for his own "funeral, and when that event takes placo a goblet of this "dead wine," as it is called, is placed on the coffin, tho mourners approach, tako the goblet in their hands, touch the coffin with it, and drink the contents to a futurcJraccting with their departed friend. most distressing, not only to tho person afflicted if he have any pride, but to those with whom he comes in contact. It is a delicate matter to speak of, but it has not only friends but lovers. Bad reath and catarrh are inseparable. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures the worst coses as thousands can testify. Is An Offensive nreath Some Eastern poetess asks the conundrum: "Oh, where dofs beauty lmser?" Our ofllce hours ar eight to six. Peck'i Hun. Ir amicted with Soro Eyes ubo Dr. Eye Water. DrucKlsts sell it. 23c. 's Cooks aro in danger of kitchen cold. Pittsburgh ( hromclc The exports of glasswaro from tho small country of Belgium are equal in valuo to'half tho total product of the glass factories of the United Suites, which aggregated $21,154 000. Family Use There are at least seventy establuh-ment- s The Cheapest and Best Medicine tor IX THE WOKLD. in Be'gium, employing 12,000 In f mm one to twenty minute, neverfalln o rcllere hands, who receive annually in wages P.VIX with one tli .rct.sh application So matter bow violent or excruciattiit; the pain, iho Btienmailc 15,000,000 finncs ($3,000,000), beirg an lledridilrn. lnflrm.Crtpp.ed. Uerrou. Neiiralsle or mar foffer. JSA11V.V1'S average of three francs forty-fiv- e centi- Srotratelwuhdtiee will afford lnsumceue. mes (about seventy cents) ier day The salaries in this industry are regarded in llclguim as excellent. Chicago It will In a few moment, when taken according to directions, en ro Cram p. bpaim3.Sourbtomauh, HeartHerald, i 0 II H READY BjaiBli BELIEF BOWEL eOMPUiNTS. diamo- well-wor- bo-ca- limo-dus- The other day a cricket match took n place behveen eleven of a I.I CF with t'icm. A I ' drop In waier whlpreveat n from ciansc of girls' school in Surry, England, and KlckneM or paBrandy or Hitters awater It better a Preach cloven ofjhc ladies of the neighborhood. thanMalaria in its Various itlmulint. Forms. The ladies wore their usual costume, There U not a remedial apent In the world that will KcTcrand.Kuenndaili"her tbo 'school girls were attired in cureother fevc-- s ml Jed liy Iudway' Malarioua. BlUoaa and 11111 aoqulck and white tunics, Eton blue caps, and sashes lUdway'i Heady Keller. Price AU cent. Sold by druggist. to match, black stockings, and white D-.. . f knickerbockers. They also wore red roses as a badge, while their opponents wore white, ihe school were the vicconstitution, pnrffles the tors. Bnlldinp the well-know1 a-T--?r-r,S burn, b.ck Headache. Summer Complaint. Dlarrhrea. Dysentery, Colic. lnd iu the Bowel, and all Internal rain. TttfiUC! CQC 'lonld n'wars carry a boUln of, Sarsaparlllian broken-dow- Resolvent Sold by drngs-- m Mood, restoring health and visor. A CanpalRn Becret GWeu Away. In tho campaign of 1884 the two candidates for Governor in a "pivotal" West- SI a bottle. u ; Deft-finger- ed ern State arranged for rtiwiinns. Both men were popular, both appearance and were so well of fine matched in mental iorce ana as orators a series of joint For DYSPEPSIA, and for the cure of all th l.t,er, HoweK Connlpatlon, lU'.iouinciA, Vi-etc. Price Vo eta. DH. RADWAY 4: CO., 32 'Warren Street, H. Y. Dr. Radway's Pills, ! bare-heade- half-hou- - flour-cover- 3 ffi M salt, pepper and melted butter; a little chopped celery; cool tho eggs in cold that the contest between them promised to The Red School House be a magnificent one. For several weeks yoa wish to the scales balanced evenly. But one day the brilliant Republican canBoy or OlrV thai will etandtbe wear and tear didate caine up ailing. He seemed overusace. of come and spoke laboredly. The next day thatlimadeof honnt I033 effective. Later ho was he was even leather throughout, and on common ente compelled to ask his opponent for a postIdea, aft: your dealer ponement of certain appointments, which for II enderfton'a the campaign ended wa3 granted. Before "SCHOOIi SHOl"." fcnowneverywhere by he had abandoned tho field altogether. the Trade jUrk of the conMeantime the Democratic candidate Litil: Rid Sd1colH3.se tinued his canvass, seeming to grow found on the bottom Btronger, cheerier and more effective with of each pair (Koae each succeeding week. He was elected. sTpnulne ttithoutlt.) One evening in December while entertainS2.50 ing several gentlemen he said: campaign secretr zi9&&?' WOMAN'S GOAT BUTTON, "I will tell you a election. With the iy which gave me tho olId. Madconiy Dy Stitched with SUk and opening of my campaign I began caring ' U U fininrnsnii &IU, tlieleleliraletiJlanuraftureri HooUand Show. Chlcaso. ot for my liver. I know tnat a disordered or WrfM 'fir a Set rf our F xncy Srhool Carat. torpid liver meant dullness and possible every day. sickness. I took something When my opponent began failing I knew TONGUE, CANCER of his trouble to be his liver and felt like prescribing for him, but feared if I did so he might beat me I I grow stronger as the A Case Resembling That of General Grant. campaign progressed, often making two Some ten years ap I had a terofulom sore on my speeches a day. Even my voice, to my withe o.l surprise, did not fall mo once. All because right band, and vssi.h it broketime treatment It healed up n MmtIi. out in my throat, and 1 trim." Warner's safe cure kept me in A concentrated In cAncer, eating thrown my chrek, to Jacob, of Kentucky, also the top of my left cheek bone and up 10 the led ere. was made a campaign tour under precisely I mbltcd on lt'iuwlj. and my tongue l&i.Iso far talk. similar circumstances and says ho kopt up cone I could notSwift's On October first, taking bpeclflc In a month the eatnnder the exhausting strain by use of the ing place stopped and healing comnKBeed. aad the fearful aperture In roy check has been closed and same means. llochester Union. profirmly knitted together. A new tinder lip Shoe. JFmmk eTenr-da- vl mSr cve-yw- ;i il w ftp - or 00m-menc- 1 cheek-bone- s, - - - black-hearto- man-ner'- of water and remove the shells; cut length- the armadilloT What was it the rabbit? wise, not quite through; take six of the "Why did tha ant eater? Philadelphia yelks, chopped meat, celery, vinegar Call. and seasoning, and mix well together; Especially to "Women. fill the boiled whites with mixture, care " Sweet Is revenge especially to women," fully closing again. (iaruih with cel- said the gifted, but naughty, Lord Byron. Barely he was in bad humor when he wrote ery leaves or parsely. Boston Globe. such words. But thero are complaints that onlywomen suffer, that aro carrying numCLOVER AS A FERTILIZER. bers of them down to early graves. There is hope for those who suffer, no matter how a Red anil AVhite , Why did the porcupine? How much did gressing, and It seems that nature is supplylsganew tongue. 1 can talk so t hat my friends can readily understand tne. and can also eat solid food again. I would refer to Hon. John H. Traylor, State henator. of this district, and to Dr. T S. Brad field, of LaO range, MIIS. MAKV l COMKU. Oa. I.aGrange. Ga May It lssi Treatise on l.lood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tits Swirr Specific Co.. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. cle&ainf St for market at nueti a IB u.M. Clovn Ihe VICTOR DOUBLE tor $(000 REWARD ..nj aQjr THE Y1GT0B Lmi tusvcin u of tho Soil. Cloer DMnteRratora sorely, or severely, fn Dr. R. V. Pierce's ... 1 rais' "Good-mornin- good-mornin- '," -- low-cuw- ed iron-gra- ed A ed y. coat" head-piecawe-struc- brown-bread-a- nd self-sam- k Aleck-k-k!- -- Maria-Jemimyl - bar-tend- er cut-gla- ss half-tumbl- er bar-tend- er bare-beade- ly motion-inspirin- Probably no merely theoretical solution of this question that could be offered would bo accepted as satisfactory or conclusive; but I have a case in view whoro a practical demonstration of it has been made, nnd to tho "word" "fertilizer" I attach here the widest signili-catiomeaning by it an' substance or plant which will enhance the yield by any process, whether chemical, vital or mechanical. On contiguous farms in the Muskingum Valley, Southern Ohio, there are two fields, one of twenty acres one ol ten. separated only by a fence. They both lie on the second plateau or bench, have been cleared and in cultivation the samo length of timo (about seventy years), and have been subjected to the same rotation of corn and whunt the e field without interruption, the twenty-acr- e field with a rest of a year or two about every fourth year. 'The reader will please bear this fact in mind, sinco it shows that the larger field has had the advantage in 0110 respect, and it should have full force attached to it in connection with the results about to be recorded. The greatest and most important difference between the systems of cultivation pursued in these two fields is, that tho small field has been kept seeded in red clover, while the large one has been allowed to seed itself to white. At any rate, this has been the case for the las'l twenty-liv- e or thirty years. The little field is part of a small farm, whil the largo one is part of a large farm: and, though the successive owners of the small farm have been on tho whole better farmers than the owners of the other, yet the latter have maintained a system of tillage which was better than the average of Ohio, and which might, perhaps, be said to have been inferior to that followed on the little farm, only in that it neglected tho seeding of the ground with red clovef, allowing the n, tion it is a blessing, especially to women and to men, too, for when women Buffer, the household is askew. "Favorito Prescription." Safo in its ac- HULLER. l.Itttr-tr- f circa Ur xaallM free. HACULNECO. iivioo "AtaKfMft?erFY j JZZ&jImEvsSZ b .& -' ColabsO. lSrc5i j Sqs&taSsii :xtvv vc'iv nAT. x. -- -- LsTltr. lieu, U( cnUw,K J" -- and a fiddle are something always come out strongest when there is a woman about. Boston A WOMAN alike. They JJudjiet. ArPLTAT OXCE FOIt AXAOENCT LIFE TOK Young Men, Read This. TVrler lvm Olfldal Rliararther V. S. O. II. Tiffany. I. Tub Voltaic Bkt Co., of Marshall, Mich., grest. and Kev illustrated lrort O. Get tho from the Completo cial and r A.'y grave Several years In preparatten. offer to send their celobratod Electoo-Vo- i cradle to the Jfon'l or TAioBiLrand other Electmc Appijancks Agent a. vj'-- iinjimua' on. Uemand s enormous. nnfrrf. Address on trial for 30 days, to men (young or old) promptly AVtinted. Ontrli73c. IIHOTUEIW. If a a!!IIl'KlIAK afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vital- lubVa. CI IV. Fourth Mt.ClncInnutl, Ohio. ity and all kindred troubles. Also many oth- WILHOFT'S FEVER AHD AGUElOHiC er diseases. Complete restoration to health, A warranted cure for alt diseases vlgor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk incanscd by malarial poisoning of curred, as 80 days' trial i3 allowed. "Write the blood, such as Chills and Fever. thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet, free. Ferer and Ague. Sun Pains. Dumb Tlp-nCon-loe OF Ttr REM ORANT fkaSli- I A school journal adrists: "Make the school interesting." That's what tht mall boy tries to do to the best of his il-ty. Ifuriinff'on Free Press. -b- ten-acr- aadPeriodlcXeur-lgl- 5I Chills. Intermittent. Krmlttcnt, CUlous and an otherTcrcrs caused by malaria. It Is also the safest and best cure for enlarged Spleen (Fe-- er Cake). General Debility CHAS. F. Proo., Chlcaso, III. Organic weakness or loss of power In citner sex, however induced, E.tabii.upd lfioa. "pAV'S speedfly and permanently cured. Enclose three letter stamps for book of particulars. "World's Dispensary Medical Association, . Buffalo, N.Y. rrTf?inn rv '. tti Hi- - nriltcr verr . ri v tami .,. i rAitPKissnajiiuBoi ' Although we don't see Judge Lryncn ne atron. durable. mustbo hanging round somswhcre.-U- osKE-LER, a. I a 1 I MANILLA miuu r- f-'in HOOFING! . vr m $lv3i2'&?Sgg?. bt OVER INCM Punt'sTOOTHAcnB Drops curalnlmlnutooc. Glenn' Sulpftur Soap heals and beautifies. 25c. Gsn-t-- K Core Remover kills Corns Bunions. The reason a woman is continually looking In the glass Is because sh want o see herself as others see her. Tn Fraier Axle Grease is tho best In the world. Bold everywhere. Use it, m IFFAGES LIQUID GLUE Mjl I med by thmusnd ordrrt eUis Msanfn-work. Ktctirel snd !fchn:ct on thdr GOLD MEDAL. LondonSt. Prooounetd . Send erdofdfJerirhodo not xtro U, villi fire 2c lUispi for SAMPLE. CAit fHFF 1 ML--- -. Cc. , GIocc ester, Rnssia -' r CTOJ ii tat U.T0 1600 t It of Un sours with Expmuxsci Is the cream of life but if. Whitehall Times. Lyon & btat THE MARKETS. Cincinnati. August LITE Choice Butchers HOOS Common Good packers SHEEP Good to choice FLOUK Faintly GKAIN Whcat-Longberryr- cd for 1 93ft, c f Iftitrafl-rn- BAND CATALOGUE UIJO-lUi- r Moutop Stf. Siu, Csp. & Healy, Chlraco, j jm 4 , J4&pf.tWTiflpt 18, isw. 2 75 5 00 4 25 4 55 3 60 4 40 93 80 46J4 STOCK Cattlo-Commo- 00 4 25 shoW-cas- es - half-wa- dry-goo- ds vis-a-v- is, over-indulgen- V4 -- . reco'-nizedi- t, over-exerti- water-logge- new-come- rs, work-benc- -- br-k- nos-sibl- e. whito to tako its place. THAT 94 Tho proprietor of this small farm has, Lorillard's Olimas Plug No.S red 43 fe Corn No, 2 mixed as I say. cropped with wheat and corn bearinp a rrd fin tag ; that LorillardV 25 6h Oats No. 2 mixed Every spring when there is Kna- - I.fnf One cut: that LorlUai-'alternately. 69 58 Ilje-NNary Clipping, and that LoriUard's Snuffs, are 14 50 No-HW wheat on tho field, in February or March, j the best and cheapest, quality considered J 75 8 20 Common he sows about two quarts of seed per acre; TORACCO Mediums I.uira 13 00 10 00 Good A MONTH AND BOAItD TO' 10 12JJ 10 00 and this small amount suffices to keep PROVISIONS-Fo- rk Mess AGBN'TS for a. NEW and completo. - 15 0 35 Lard IT me steam the ground occupied. White clover 18 BUTTEH taiicj Ilairj......... never makes its appearance, nor any LIFE OF 23 22 Ohio Creamery other vegetation, in fact, except some FRUIT A N U V EG ETA It MS Tho "World- - greatest soldier, ana the Nation's) 1 00 1 15 . Potatoes, per barrel . most honored eTtlzra. Low price. Knpld Hair. ras: weed after harvest, so thoroughly 1 60 per barrel.. 1 25 Jfo . W. ZEIOUEU U CO., Apulijr-- , has tho red clover taken possession.NEW VOitK. But in tho held just over tho fence, FJX)UR State and Western ...f3 60 4 00 whito clover is equally firmly estab- 5 00 5 25 GoodtoCho.ee employment and' good salary 2Ch cago Wi lellltK LJucru CKr lished. It comes up after harvest so 'GllAIN' Wheat-N- o. 05 Stock I lis! uppnrterf;npl9 KH No. 2 red thick as to hold the ragweed in check unttltfWc. Addresa Cincinnati 62 Corn-53H 2 mixed Suspender C- Cincinnati, O. 33 42 fully as well as tho red clover in the POIUC-M-css mxed Oats 1125 1100 field, if not bettor. neighboring 6 60 steam Mmtr's Piano Primir, Peterslles, etc-- r low, it will hardly be denied by the CHICAGO. H. Sherwood. A. B. Parsons. Ctriyla roan experienced farmer that red clover acts FLOUU Stale and Western. 5 00 50 lnralnable to teachers and Indispensableworth learnmanr ers, saving time and labor of leather S3 as a better mechanical divisor of the GKAIN Whoat No. -- red cost- - Price. In hoards. 75,centx, times Its RJ No. 2 Chicago Sprm,81H soil than whito clover. It has coarser Address U. B- Corn-4JVtf 4B 2 Oats-N- o. and nioro abundant roots and stems. It 255& 25 2 a4 Brlrjit's) ot ts . . ,,-J" layB, as it were, a great number of Kidney and Urinary Troubles. CtlBCn allAt Green 8ptln, SanduskrCoajitT, 9 30 POBK-M- ess 9 20 . through tho soil. In minute a 22 am Ir..- 6 20 Ohio, by ,T. - Brows, JB. JO. Xnrner.Asit- - Write for prticnlar-- the red clover field, with an equal BALTlMOItE. 4 75 ?3 85 amount of tillage, the soil will always Wanted. JWU 90J. Anr A seJlSarUcleslnthJworld- .- sample No.2 bo finer, less lumpy than that in the GHAIN-Wh- eat 54 K1U Address JAY WiON30KIJrrKlT,.UcK U 33 white clover field. Therefore, whether 30 ....11 50 11 76 Treated and cured without the knife. it has a greater or less percentage of PBOVISIONS-Pork-M- ess 1 edK I lIl.Kn Boole on treatment sent frm nitrogen (which I have not the tables INDIANAPOLIS. by me at this moment to determine), it Wheat No. 2 red & 89 serves as a better inductor of that ele- Corn mixed 44H EDUCATIO-iA- I. 24 ment from the rain and the atmosphere Oats mixed The LOUISVILLE. UXIO'i" COLfittJE into the soil. Stephen Powers, in Coun- Flour-A4 85 $4 15 1 address try Gentleman. groan wheat No.2 red m V.n o.2 sJ HAY-Tim- otbr 1 4 25 -- 3 00 4 15 -. 3 75 a Sundi, Dram Major bUf. And iisu. ssiiMiry uuink lira iWb At,.. iMstrrht. -- - Uul- Eierc- - for AmWur fWndi. mailed frw- '! of .tote Pmpnw Epftalct, .: v. tl tia '. w $65 R. U. AWARE GRANT tasd - t J. LADYAGETSr. o- No. LAHD-Wtst- ern .J. Sf: post-pai- No. nte, tile-drai- LAUD-Ste- X- !. Corn-mi- xed Onts-rnixed Vs-U- .'? ?. Ad-r- ess Lard-Kenn- F.rPOSD.M.P-Anrora.KaeC- -I. No. m m Corn-mi- xed n California Orchards. Ten years ago, according to the San Francisco Bulletin, if any one had predicted that hill laud in California, well up the mountain sides and covered with chapparal, would bo covered with vineyards and orchards, most people would have put no faith in such anticipations. But y ono sees the vineyards and orchards creeping up tho mountain sides from 1.000 to 2,500 feet high, and some at even greater altitudes. Dwelling houses are perched upon elevations where a few years ago no one wowld have taken the land as a gift under an agreement to cultivate it. These new nnevards and orchards are the last to be overtaken by any of the ptata feusd I ' at lower to-da- OiUS-mi- xca pOHK-mLAUIJ-Mtu- cs m'. - 28 II 47K 27 00 c good-nu-mor- ed 8H FfDIUVsarabtitaj(Ta TELEGKArn 'eood par. JsaesrlMe. WU. furnished. Write aits-ue- sa s-, NJ--- E. l X044. JIM .rr FOR HAGAirS l half-rallie- well-foaiwt- d. V ban-dau- a, Jkw-hamni- er ay gtadu-alU-r- el Pala-med- es "first-class- ." Man and Beast Liniment Is older than most raen, and used more and B?re 4v" Magnolia Balm' ness to it, who would rather not tell, and juw caiit tell" is a secret aid to beauty Many a lady owes her fresh- .? one-ho- ss be-g- aa ."i" Mnstano; Elder-Browh. ks, arm's-lengt- 1 half-impress- ed ssj"" :ll-11 ?Ty year. rod-head- cnmp-jBwtiB- - uf it. c .v,.- - it - - 4, s eler.. jr 4 fe ?y t" '"Jl'."' ""Jl - Ii i -- y ,s 8fi-' 'fl VaHaL w r report "" TlrmiAttD Cemi:- - ,J nK-CITY ITEMS. 0llu s,,:;s :i v?fy "cuvy teuy. It is :i sacred ami solemn ttJust and says the cotton crop Rtirllnsumr, the Watrh maker, is pleasure to visit a family burying-- , St crop, & LandrumN now nouml. where "derations of tl7c HF somewhat late, but healthy, store. locate', iu Moore reliability haq druc .1 or rt. Circuit Court convoncs Mou r" been lli Mvill and tliriliy aim promising, witn very same blood lie together, the gnives day. located here permanently The proven, and hoisgood few reported drawbacks. ot tne dean ones careu ior uyau his promises. Six prisoners ;in tho comity that the loving hands of dutiful rcorn crop is reported as lair. to alwayg make "Wc have adopted a Cash Syntcm, doip buv.n&ws with as little expense a poBslble." jail awaiting trial, next week. descendants can bestow. Such a Drouth has been working UlchT)OAKIIifS by the daj or wees. Carrr ngomi Stock oIctytl,ing in I he line ot Dry Goods, Notions. Clothinir, Boou, O Knquirc of Shoti, Genta and Luw Fommhlng Goods, Caq)eta, Floor Oil Clotlm, Table Oil Cloths, Watermolons by J ho wagon spot is tho Hubbard cemetery, 2 damage, but the condition has gen-- ! A'owcN,h store. Mrs. J. B. B ryfeon, over E5ZS222E21 e'rally improved within tho last EeTylnKjia been marked down to a close Cash P ;e. We ore heai- BKobSoooobWooooobBKo3SoK3BHoooooSoo1 &c. &o &o. 1 ad are still rolling into tho city miles from Hickman. It is only a i,iwo weeks. nuarlers for Mens, nuiuen and Children' S 3. OJBS K50 feet square, and littlo spot very day. 170n SALn,-O- ne pair of extra good 13 graves, but tho tribute with The United States consul at iP Horses. Apply to.D. D SHUCK, Tho annual wheat show of which munificent affection has has Kentucky producors will bo hold marked this "Death's soil," with Constantinople protest sent to the aug21-2Jordan, Ky. couched in rortc another The extremely low PRICES at winch we arc offering our STOCK lias at Frankfort September 2. its monuments, statues, fountains, 6tronger terms than those of his Riirlliigumc, the has sweet ilow-er- s first protest against tho oxpulsion established a reputation as u nkillful work- attracted an unusual large trade to our Store, and we feel very thankful Tho Republicans in this State and endless variety of g lined sovoii members of tho and beautiful shrubbery, touch-c- s of Americans from Jerusalem on man second to no one in hi line, and hun- to our patrons lor their liberal appreciation oi our cllorts to give dreds for whom he ha done work will evi- tliem , the heart of the good and pure the ground of thoir being Jews. .legislature, it is said by tho Fox U reliability. dence Call ot Moore & with rovcroncc and rcspoct. maneuver. Landrum's. dewdrop falls A rROMiKENT Republican offi"The Tho St. Louis Fair is fixed for upon tho trembling flowers, likotho cial at St. Louis has recently been CHOICE lot of Corned JTCeci for shutting 5o per pound, at Octobor oth to 10th. Tho Union souls at rest." removed for cause. The cause is Muse & Shaw's. City Fair October Gtli, 7th, 8th, Seated iu this cemetery, the that sixteen good Democrats atn ami lutn. mind playing in weird thoughts, wanted the place. For Sale. Elder A. J. Ashburn, of and momories, reading tho cpi- - It has been authoritatively anA good portable SAW MILL, 25 horse Ala., is to preach at tho tnphs, lrom the revcrenu ami re- nounced that Hon. Ignatius power, and in good condition. Alo. FOUR KE&?fc. 1 Baptist church next Sunday morn- vered grandfather, his descend- Spaulding, of Union county, is a MULES Riul Log "Wagon ; and 7 Yoke of To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do wc return Oxen, WngosiB, Chain, kc , complete. For at HONEST PllICES. ants, oh down, to little babes, candidato for speaker of tho next further information, apply to ing at 11 o'clock. or adlre?, thanksrqr Hicir The zoological survey now at hannv innocents, one brca'tlics- house of representatives. E T. SMITH, aug!4-12- t Moscow, Ky. work iu Mason county, purposes tho fragrance of rodes.' inisu, reports the outof "PiTTsfiuitsii to- mako a corroct map of 'every tions ami flnwort! unlnrs t lir KorinilS brnrifl look in ,theif on trade has not been For Rem. county hi tho State. ii.o-nf tim .iiwi ;tii n.iniirjitio.. knore favorablefbr.a number or Tho Bplcnded store room on Clinton street, lately occupied by Alexander &. and LARGE PURCHASES in our Tho severest newspaper "crit- and respect for tho "cultivated' years than a.t present, Maxwell, dry gowk morchaut, is for rent, ics" those who borrow instead tasto with wliicli dutiful affection Ew York has only raised $50,-hat- h on reasonable term. Apply to of subscribing and paying for, embellished"-- this Bacrod. Q00 towlird he Grant monument, E. T. GARDNER. flEPMST. "ave the greatest variety, from the Cheapest to the very best HA.3sT"E)S-tL- J W their homo paper. ground. Hut tho sweetest audi Clucagoiu one week accomplished & SHAW are selling NoTo j JXD- - tt'e oan flair of a 'rutb that wc have the best SIEELOIEj or men and women most beautiful spot in'tfiisbeanti-- this much. I;fUSE Attention is called to the adBEND CHILLED PLOWS that baa ever been iwld by any merchant in Hickman. Every pair of thoe S"El"0"HjS tbe vertisement in this issue "Jlorbts fill comoterv. the sweetest because paying nn Warranted to TtnT:...i TiiK democrats of Virginia have for 7.50. Now is tlte time to buy. xr4:... "VUi.:. CinAa "rnll, T.no. "RnihrolduriDS others for nby rgManufacturer; donttouchhumbugged into Durability extortionate price fit; our for Style, Jlu.sK & bllA and Neatness of SJE3CQIE3 tnnt can't stolen," from Messrs. Tyler love's teudcr care is so dolicatejyj miStjLQiniHUgn. The war line. elegant cto. , but come to ua nnd biiyono pair as an experiment, and you will be convinced that wbai and Curlin, of Woodbind "Mills shown, is a short, little mound against Jl;alioWaTftrhis will we havenaid are Wets. IUri MJWBBr jfKlUK UUUHIS INIJilCKJlAiM, we :ltcstili oner ing tne loiiowing very Uurlingame, is locathe grave hf little. ';Oharlre,jL the be iiorco and to tho hilt TIic neighborhood. ted porinanently in IHekman: and if he watch, in always at home to The best Ilavana HenryiClayt IIenky Clay bestowed jq fixes Iho angel statue with flowers cigars at John YV. Cowgill's. in outstretched, bauds, the cjnna title "Queen City of the West" on prove iiic reiiautuiy oi nis woik. Some, tho delicious fntgmuco of vases, tell tenderly of thosad-dene- d Gfnciniiali in ISL'S. . Y Ituuit iiiul I'oiulor. B 1 31c i .1 T .it.xfth 5c for . mwns uim which will givo you tho inspirn-tio- u Tiw losses pid by the Travelers Insur- 3,500 yus. f nnieu . . heait,' " 3 5c " Tiir London Telegraph lately ance Company during the month of April, 2,000 ' Dress Prints, nice Styles, of a better man. Ilia guiltless l MnslHKon 4a), wlin 5 " 6jc " had an editorial a column long de- 1SSS, on Life and Accident Policios togeth- 2.000 " raid wide Brown Sheeting' Siiilwlxm tii Hire, nuil fiUA Jus liirt ullkJJ' Nearly 5,000 deaths from chol5 " " 7ic visitcdrby manding legislative protection for er, xmouuted toS112.filiJ,o4, or a fraction 5.00 " Gingham ni...i.n These more than nfioeu dollars a minute for evera in Spain, Sunday. It will be hundreds,grounds are (i 5 butterflies. 10c " Lawn attracted 20 pes. Victoria J ery banking hour of the month, very apt to spread a. I over Ku- -' 10 20c " the costly monumcufsTaho .A Yanickk" has invented a " India Linon T. 31. FRENCH, Acjjwt, 10 JjBi rope and cross tho ocean to IVmer-ic- a beautiful arrangement oPthe 20 35c " at Hickman, Ivy. that pulls seven teeth in 3 " Lace Curtain Goods noxt year. JPTA.2XO, 25 grounds and fountains. And'it is fie seconds, and says if you don't 35c u 1 " Bordered Scrim Ket Plotter I'ols, rest- believe it try it. A new distillery is being built well, for rushing, crowding, 3 10c " " 75 dz. Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea D. Diestelbrink, all siFor le, by (( in tho old Puckett neighborhood,' less men, to pause amid such MEDITJM CHADS PIAITO 5 10c " Speaker Caelisle says that zes. Aii low sa the lowest. 20 " liordcred llandkcrchtcts ec below Hickman. Wo believe this scenes, not from curiosity&hut ' 5 10c MADE: STTHPASS22TG I2T E,v7EH,"Z, ''O " Gents Colored Half Hose is tho only distillery in all this sec- that theso "relics of the dead,". 100 of the 1S1 Democrats olocted! Momjy savel by buying of, u AX-X" 75 1.00 to UonjrresB have pledged him i PLAUT BKO'3. & CO. Blue Cottfnade Pants where love weens at affection's" tion. tt 75 1.00 " their sunnort for OF Ladiw Kill New Port Tics funeral urn, and scan the Icsfoii I i " ' full line of Hemps, Ingrain?, and 75 1.25 Dr. Breakor, of the Christian 'rEhat there is another and a beta "t-button .New Ports Tiik Geologiea Survey proposes A floor oil Cloths' and ( Combines Volume With 75 1.00 church, preached to a largo con- ter life." it "I Opera Slippers to obtain COIlOCt map of every ' jj,, at Tery low prices. Also, TrunVn, Purity and Swootnees. a 1.50 " 1.00 ' Sunday. Monday morngregation, it nnd Satchels, in imraenw COimtv ill Kentuckv. It is at Yalise'. IFront Lace Sewed Calf Shoes it ing ho immersed Mrs. Monan, Mrs. 75 Our stock should be teen to be Gents unhaindried Shirts 1.00 " present surveying Mason county. varitty. ( Combined Lightness, and Pliancy. (t Mr. Wm. Thomttsi. of Newton. Iaisav.v Elasticity flmircciiiLi'u. MeElroyaud Miss Irby. " 1.00 1.25 .; 4. "U t... 'its t C " FullStock Brogans AT.KXANOEH & Maxwell. i.l "My w ite has been seriously afloctedUh a rcpuniu iiiul .ir. qjuii Combines Beautiful Design State Geologist Froctor says cough for twenty-fiv- e j ears, and this sjiring Randall now says that he is as and best Workmanship. that an average of 3,000 good cit- more severely than ever before. She had much iu favor of revnue reform AH kinds of Disinfect.intfl Chloride of These Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du Lime, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, izens are coming into Kentucky used many remedies without reliefj andbJ as any of his opponents. Is MlatelilcsH I A.TJU 11E8PECT8 Meeta trie Wants Tiintrument, nntl ta Chloride ot Soda- For Ktle at JIaiimiotiirol to ItME8T PIAKO tlmtean vlio of O?loic every year. They are mainly from ing urged to Irv Dr. King's New Discovery,! wilifind everything just as advertised, andwc'wont'tbc "just out" You buy at COWOILL'S Drug Store. Xealro t Mnde theuKousonablc X'rice.; ONis lieutenant and seven solam so, tvun mosi grauiyrng results- xrv lo Germany and Switzerland. first bottle relieved her verv much, and diers of the United States army of any article when it is called for. fonret that Salmon's & Haas Eotit FOR. SALE 33Y The farmers of Goorgia have the second bottle bus absolutely cured her. shave been on doletul duty guard Hos Cholera reiuediea are guaranteed to She has not had so good health for thirl & asked their Govornor to appoint yea ix." $ ing Garfield's grave for four years. plop the Cholera among hogs and keep T, F, WILBURN & CO., p - ... . s day of thanksgiving for "the Trial Bottles Free at Moore &Lan-drum""" "' or uy .r.....K.i A COLONY of cx.ConfederatcB1,"-.e,nIW,,,l"K,,,er JlS jjood crops and tho prospect of a Drug Store. Large Size $1.00. Agts. for R. DOEMAN & CO., Nasaville, Tenn. nuuibcnug iic hundred persons, j. v.C0Vc;iLL. Druce'st. bountiful harvest." iu Southern Brazil. EYERY PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, LEADERS 4ND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES, Tate's majority over Fox is is located Important to Shippers nnrt Jacob Corbott, Jr., is a candiimmijira The Bowliupr Green 07,307. Fox's whole vote in the Farisicrs. Sergeaut-at-Arm- s date for of tho MUSE & SHAW annonnco to the pul,l5c noxt ITouse, and Green 11. Keller State was 39,203. All the JRcplflJ tion society is doinpc a good work WarrCU county, that they arc prepared to handle any and . Polk Johnson for the licans who voted for Tieasnror toward building Up aud kimbj for shipment by river voted for Fox. !Now take from s.lii-OwBJTsnoiso lias sued her tax all , to the Clerkship. i Fox's vote tho Republicans, laud collector, R ,1. Clarke, for over shipment of fruils. Allbusincwentrustetl ill Maxwell, tho St. Louis trunk how many have you left? l"t 12,000 back taXCS. to their care will have prompt attention. murderer, makes tho defense that tho truth is, the Fox move wii a . UVill keep plenty of barrels and fruit bose a.-lie'gavo Proller chloroform by and sly Republican move, and didjmc on "aud- IEItSOXAff.. hzdz with his consent and request, and the approval of many" of the'best Again wc make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring M Cora Montgomery, is visitinj; ThegreaUt varietvof Lidics and that having heart disease it kill- temperance people. The prohiin Crystal, Teiin. Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace e, sh'oos. at I'LALTTS. warranted. If fail to ed him. bition party .is stronger in uteii- - Mies Id.i Adams who h lKcn visiting give satufactn.n anoiner pair win to Riven .1 ' 'i iho or money The Clinton Democrat has ap- tucky than is the IcpiibIicnirjjaVMU.ej;;ljVC8 in. upper Kentuckv, returned J'LAU PS reiumu-- bewed tor men warrant Hand ever Wednesday. law peared again under the manage- tv, and il ateiiiperance as is iiMei submitted to the people,. ndc": Mim Lelia Whayne, of Fulton, "Ke- a- L ment of Armstead and Lushy. cut issue, not used as-- a r tucky, is tiiegnctit of Miw Georgia Lanier. e Also, fine and cheap See our Cloihing for Men, Coys and Chile The Democrat is bettor than ever by tho Republicans, tho temperMrs. Thos Dillon, Mihw Carrie Jlay dren. The Meortment is elegant and prices beforo in its history, and deserves ance folks will find out. Garret and Bettie Wearu, have been visi" low. Have in stock and are constantly adding a complete line of Dress Goads, Silks,. Saiins, kwu, Cinghams, ting frienda in Union City, this week. veil of Hickman county. Alexander & Maxwell. - WJ CT Miss Julia Eager, of Memphis, Tenn , ! n t a k m m If over SlvcTJp. .$. There will bo a total eclipse Do vou want a THRESHING MA- ii vibiting her couHiup, Micecs Carrie and with If vou arc of the. sun, on September 0th, of pressed pplritu, stifTerineappetite, low and de Mary Itanibge. CHINK, SAW MILL, STBAM KSCINK, Siiigs, Etc., genor&l lora of ' SORGHUM MILL, COTTON GIN, CORN the present year. The only point Miss Ma mc UartoldtiF, of Union City, dis nlerel bloodj vrenk conhtitulipn; anythiug in the michinery from whirti the phase of totality hemlaehc. or any direaso of a bilioud ha Tenn., after upending several days with CRUSHCH, or do, no to MUSH .V SHAW If vou Slioc Company for Wc are sole agents for the American Hand-sewe- d MistHM Olara and Annie Wittiig, returnd line? will bo visible Jr the shore of tore, by all means procure a bottle of Elcc$ and eet their nriaes. They "re .ikcuU for Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the be.st and pret trie BitterR. You will be surprised to e home last neek. in New Zealand. Cooks's strait, l.u irtn.lnn.l T'nnflHAII V Cli'a. Maahilll and Builder's Hardware generally. A complete line of Mis. Julia Jackson, lias been rusticating rv ajMj jjiU Supilie3. the rapid improvement that will followj; tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our A card from tho Superhitemlant ryou will be inspired with new life; etrcnRlb in Troy, several I stock of win reiurn: pain of Public Instructions informs ns ana acuviivand Lenceforth.yon am mi'iri Mrs Henderxou and Mis.1 Helen and t IIhcUIoh's Arnica Salve. SjOgSss, rfjoiwl Eva Henderson, of Terrchau, lad., who will that the State per capita for tho will cc.ve, of Electric Uittera. sohl at fitB BiWThvi.VK in the world for Cats, i in the praise 'SG will be fifty cents a bottle at Moore & Landrum'a have been visilinc the family of Mr. TlrnUn Son. ITltrt. Salt Hheiiro. Few of all kinds, from a Brad to G0J. school year of 1SS5 A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, Uullard, left for their home, Thursday Soroa. Tetter. CliapjKd Hands, Chilblaiiw, $1.65 for both white and colored IJrUg Store. morning. Corns, nnd all hKin bruptions, aim posi : and will fit perfectly, and is cannot be surpassed; it is ali custom-mad- e children. An increase of ton It Mr I). D. Thorn asjon, is visiting Ilop- lively cure Pile?, or no piy required. COOKING NDEjTING STOVES, TINWARE, usual price. "We have the lateststyles of Men's, much cheaper than the cents over per ca pita of the last is guaranteed to n'n'c jterfect satisfactisn, FhUoii licjns. , kinsvillc, Ky. Trice 2" cents r Boys' and Children's Hats. The best quality of Elour and other Family school year. or mony refunded. The Fultonian announces a game box. For Sale at M KRE & LANDKUMS and Housekeepers Supplies generally. Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Now is the time to get good barbetween Memphis an'd The following are tho new of base-ba- ll gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be A uiist 10th, 1885, Wm. Geyer and Mia s in Fulton clubs, grand balloon ns tin octal delivery SCHOOL NOTIGE. AND SHEET IRON WORK, convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. i.uuuiu ij itiniaitfj. performance Kentucky, under the now law: ceusion. ticlit-ron- o SOUSTS. August 17th, 1S85, J. D. Hicka and Mis i Bowling Green, Covington, Frank- &"c., on the 20 tU ; that Mr. Collins ISS ADELLB ALLEN'S sohool will a specialty. Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sec us. ft briek; that M. V. "Webb. re open 1st Monday in September, in fort, Hendorson, Ilopkinsvillc, is building a i Mftttie Our prices will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. which she will be agisted Lexington, Louisville, Maysyille, Blythe, Farmer & Co., received Ellison. Will be glad to receive ali of her & Newport, Owensboro and Padu-ca- 500,000 pounds of tobacco and. Lit tie Mary, infant daughter of William old pupils, nnd any others desiring to atApril 3, 13S5. Usher & Barry, moie, of tobacco,' tend. Parents who intend pending chil- r -- m-g ii u rjjjwiiaxr- rn LOCAL NEWS. A Tjsit to nft..M...i. Al ..:ii " "fi""" . a - -- -J i..1 j'jji i . . -i- iM,!ajijMmiiiWttjnn-ijLrm-jroorc5n? -- Huiufrmi .. i wrmmriMini mimn iiiininn nm iir-- " i "Important To Cash Buyers." . -- TK w w Watch-make- r, Tns-enmbi- a, and-carn- a tlic-,cxqms- - uo MANY COMPLIMENTS Mil - WiiaT.gind t.i Watch-make- r, j-- iFi. S O P 0 KA y- -t -- 011111, -- -- . ?. inr.-'chi- nc THE Wzmms&m rm, TEE BSST OTHERS FEATURE LZEE PRICE. -- ,.. n. niU 1 i ! Ih. it 1 IN TONE IN TOUCH IN FINISH - 'a s alex der maxwell, EVER Sr Miss-friend- s mm m umkkk OlfRALTDRS' L I sPIOmL ViiViSs ! ! juii. - 'l 1 ox-pa- wB coRagAaar and a ITeokwear, Hamburg Embroideries, Ter ?Ff "" ! ly, lis liito, j. w. conMJsr co. Eerik h I wl-cka-. J -- J Hinges, Butts and Screws, ITails, post-office- COPPMVHN J. 'S by-M- h. stock buyersare P. and Lucy M. Buruette, died, August 8th, ; After us of a snake last season that the dullness of 1885, aged 22 months and 1 day. away. Dr. Usher tells complaining o"f weeks suffering, nest that was plowed up on liis the stock market; that Dunlap two long Mary was the petshe pasfed and sunshine of Little farm that had 31 eggs and on Murnhv is nrenarincr to rebuild the family, being alwayg go sweet and breskincr two of the cjrtrs ho Ihr rp.Riilniirf: nuinberof cheerful. Weep not then, dear papa and found two snakes about six inches cr'itizcnK were swindled by Wallace mamma, for your darling little one; only long. He has tho eggs and snakes & Co's cirens folks ; that IJuHon reconcile yo'ir minds by thinking of meeting her in that bleat land, whero trouble is in alcohol. Fultoian L. F. O. iioods n hook and ladder oomph- - no more. j Fultonian plcasseopy. ny; and that Fulton is ou'a bi The Ladies Aid Society will " " J. W. COWG1LL, DSALSS IN dren will please send them, if possible, on the opening dav of school. There will be music taught in connection with the school. thal'a Lest, Lost. PEN, with Pearl handle, in the City of Hickman. The finder will be liberally rewarded by delivering game at the A GOLD -- CoirRiBii Office. ;v building boom, &c., &c. give a dinner in the court-hous- e yard, Monday, tho receipts to be lawlessnesslin:;a The devoted to church and charitable certain reign of in Kentucky apdistrict purposes. This society has acgot beybnd the to complished much good iu the pears of have State authorities. the comraanity, and wo trust will re reach raging of tho deadly feuds In the eetve a liberal patronage. between families and their friends The longest respite on record jitho local officers are absolutely, nrnvnrnnrihiOWCrloSS. and 'Wiien tho SLite Iiar linnn o- - - - liv ftin o. j goes Jtitp one of iu the case of Lewis attornoy-geuera- l of Delaware List, who was sentenced to the disturbed counties to look in- F. detk for a murder committed in ito matters, ho finds the grand-jur- y anu Wilmington. The law prohibits so pacKOU witn tne Kinsmen, the governor from commuting a partisans of tho murderers dedeatk sentence, so he overcame serving indictment, that in despair the legal prohibition by respiting he recommends its discharge. no remedy for such, .a Lut anti! Fridajj May 20, 1940 There is things but thoterrib'lc years. He is now state of ver I fly-foretribution which itseit brings in his 25th year. and that is suro to come; sooner Tkmpebaxce Meeting. Mr. or later. --- ---ur Mt. Zion Church, five miles north of Union City, Thursday night, Hug. 13, One Dnrk ISny or llroiin 3Ire, four years old, good eirc, breeching mark on thigh and little white on hind hoofa. Taken from suckling colt. Also, One Iocp nny Horse, j 3 years old, 16 bands high, black mane and tail, a natural pacer, with right eye out, and a visiblo water not, split in right hoof from a'r down. A. liberal reward will be paid for any information leading to their recovery, or $25 for delivery of mare and $20 for delivery of horse at our farma near Woodland Millfl, Tenn. W. IL CURLIN, 1 STOLEN! lrom MAMMOTH AMERICA'S GREAT "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when WONDER, i asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish Write for Club rates and get 10 or more of your friends to visit thh interesting to roaue tliem go by "blowing7 but it is not my way. Cave. Season t:cket to Cave free to sum j mor boarders. The cooleat summer resort - iit: t TOILET UTICLES known. Thermometer 3G degree at the best." W TO 1LLKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the GAVE ! claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e NATURAL rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their croods arc "the ASY UHTJGS; PATENTf Trusses AKD MEDICINES! NEW HOME 'Supports SEWING MACHINES PAINT S ANXV ' I i- mouth of Cave. ance. A good band in attend- v. W. C, COMSTOCIC, Les300 Mammoth Cave Hotel, Cave City, Ky. B. Q. TYLER. Saddlery aijd Harness PLUMMER & &c, c.,pc, J SSTLOW PIIICESJ& Goods. This is the noint and eacence of this discourse. with and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you IPreMnpons filled know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want r. r. itlmhing'tliaFtells, and first-cla- ss I propose to duplicate I will light-runni- &C, at any hour, day or night &C.&C ' 1 m King night bell after 10 o'clock W M aug22-2- w the test give me a call and I am also agent for the ladies' friend. ng show you. Diamond Sewing Machiue, the ! 1 hind. pirates, whoso fences arc ordered down by , ,s his. tho president, includes the name janl6-'8- 0 The two principal turf events of the Carlislo Cattlo company, of , 4 ,4 f last week, and, for that matter, .Uiuginmi; me wyomuig uame C. L. the sammer, decided for an- - company, ot Scotland, and other ATTORNEY Grogan, a distinguished and able teaperance orator, is announced for a lectare in Hickman, Sunday and Monday nights. On Sunday sight there will be a gospel temperance meeting at the Baptist church, and Mr. Grogau will also Jeetara in the same church Monday night. The distinguished apaaker comes highly endorsed, has the reputation of being of the 'finest temperance orators in Kentncky. Go and hear IJiicJcson St., opposite Courier Office, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ex-Go- - - KY. HICKMAN, seems to bo ns Moses as the Grand Old JlICKilAN, - - - KENTUCKY. unfortunato WELL selected stock of Saddles and attend to all business entrusted Party whoso apostle ho was in the Harness. Now work made to order. their care. Prompt attention given lo reconstruction days in the South. Ollice Furniture Factory. Having no sooner served ont his nOY3-'K E 1' A 3t Ji O sentence of six months' imprisonof any kind. He has secured the services ment in Massachusetts for obtainof that well known nnd excellent workA.. pretenses, false money v. H. A.&R T. TILER, FARRISS- - . .NR. plicate S ticeSl T aln havn t.hp. host srnnb- - nf TTnlnrtnI-n-- o dnnAa m,1 ...til A- 0 W PRICES." Customers politely served on short no- across tlie street lrom riolcombe's now rirno-- cfnm. KespecttuJly, RELIABLE!. The'old, popular and always reliabl.Hardwarehouso of W A B. T. GARDNER. 78 I I ing ad ho is again arrested for swindling under his Republican friends iirBoston. DE. .A.. PKYSICAN aiCKMAN, IP-AJRI- -- S. AND SURUEQN, man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself is a guarantee oi good aud faithful wan. MCv T-1- ETA p&v The list of the KENTUCKY OFFERS his Professional Services to I the citiicns of Hickman and vicinity. I apr2t & LOWER and LOWER.! All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. as cheap as tho cheapest. 1 will not bo undersold. JOI1N WITTiNQ. ?. Laiiiia TO iHETAS;Ep y Hardware Has a'splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of which are offered at and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. SUCCESSORS 4t leather ; U s, RANDLE, AT LAW season the supremacy of Me Keatmckv thoromrhbrcd. Tho 'flbalJB Stallion Stakes for two- Mar-oldand the Champion BtakM for all ages, both run at Jfoaatoatk Park, resulted in the hitiy demonstrated cuatnpiou-fcip.e- f Kentucky horses over the pick of the American turf. I7 antl Northwestern Tenncsseo Nets, Seines, Lines, Hook?, and alljkind Landrum'8. Special attention given to the invcatiga of lushing Tackle and Supplier, at a bar gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen route for a railroad fromTCavc City tion of.Ind titles, nnd the purchase TJanS Jeral)y'. gale of Koal Estate. I to the Jlauiuiotti .uavo? foreign corporations. - If there was any tbo done Collector, Heal Estate Agent HICKMAN, KY. common soiiro would liae suggesprofits of it should ted lhat tho EcT Jili attend promptly to all buel him in Southwesteri be kept at home. I1C33 entrusted land-stealin- F. E. CASE,! DEALER 7.V .JL FORTUNE & COMPANY. DEALERS IIvT can be found at Dr FAUIS' Office, to attend nighl calls at Moore & one PRICE ROOFING. j ?v V-' All goods guarautetd to g Family Grroceries; AZD ALSO. DRUGS.MEDICINES, HOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, . . iiju.uuuuiiiu .wiuiiiiin WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. tf' i Capitalists are surrlying'the j Kcntuc-- y KU MOORE ESORIPTIONS A. SPECIALTY.:S .. , Experienced workmen employed. Tl,e attention of builders especially desired as this house will give speJnfilir.PmOtWc- . -VU11C0A;UUUV. cnllllfPn. xli3 Pnonnnnlimno uv."' (,il " TT 9 " ySL X1 P DXIJU Y JXJXU'J M tho best roof for the least money. 1 9 ' . . P.- yw. - i J 1 ruH S3$te :v ,'L -- Jli V . ' t mtm ' -- :., iniwii'i , TIB HICKM&K BOTOIBB. Undoing Republican ir- I' l ' . ' .j - , J- of Agriculture issued Interesting and Earnest Work. "f i" cirFANIIIOlTAniE Burglars have been at their CLEVELAND AFTER Tho sixteenth annual sescular : commence, measures, each an undoing Xof ineut :ig in during tho past wook. sion of the Fultou County TeachThe Fall Session will ROBBERS. something done or permitted to Monday night thoy visited sevoral Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 13, 1S85. ers' Institute convened at Cald'I'd ihr. Formers uf Kentucky : B00sTHor?llMA! residences in the city and Tuck-dal well's school house, this city, Monbo done under Rcpnltlican MONDAY, AUGUST 31.fl885, The Bloated Syndicates. night thoy were fired upon by order to direct tho attontion of day moruiwPttle 17th in8t County tho breaking up tUc enSHOP. North West corner of For many years this country lias cattle leases in tue Indian terri- the police while attempting to Ev- the wheat growerH of the Stato Superintendent, J. II. Saunders, And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences and Troy Avenues. Eaet Hickiui. where to obtain seed wheat of the onmioil the session and after a 7 ' c: iufiu- - tory, and the order for the remov- ter tho residence of Mr. tloo irroancd under the baneful ttf Saiiafnclipn guaranteed. escape. best varieties grown in Kentucky, Rimrt mldress of welcome and of al of tho wiro fence enelosureson ans, but made good their April. once of giant railroad and land tho public lands. Tho samo night they visit oil the tho Annual AVhcat Show will b0 earnest exhortation to tho teachMONDAY. JANUARY 4i 1886, 'J . office rings, or syndicalee, which have F. Rich It is not to bo denied that both residence of Mr. J. M. Alexander, held at this 2, 1SS5.on Wednesday. ers introduced Frof. J.conduct''i$ On that day ards . of Indiana, the r Continuing Five Months. taken and held possession, under theso measures will bo attended near town, and fired at him with September THE BARTER GROC of the by serious annoyance and sdnio murderous intent. The facts as tho following premiums will bo of the Institute. one pretext and another, study, brascbe. by competent, impartial a gentleman of The course of (Jroeit, inolnding thorough prsninry wexkin SagliabPenmanship, awarded Frof. liichards, Latin, German, the Natural Science?, E'octukii, immense domain west of the hardship to a very hnportnntfiu-tcres- t stated by Mr. Alexander himsolf, judges: J. 3f. MONTGOMERY, in the West and Southwest aro about these: M?; to Lis friends and lie pt ripe culture, rare intellectual enMuaic, Drawing and Cnlitlhenics. 3T mountains and on the Pacific The cattle companies For tho best sample of whito dowments and ardent enthusiasm Especial attcuttou h devoted to the preparation of tudb for college, ond joung ne nas opened a new and fresh Mrs. Alexander has been sick aro taff" ocean. It is nothing to read of a by surprise. They had made tho for some timo, andon the night wheat No. I, $15. in tho cause ot "Uuililtng lor tho iin-- lor uudlucM. all kindi of Familt Qrocbkiks, f will sell as low at the lowest. H J' or tho next best sample of lyhildron, "a8 nuuiueuacoiooruy r tltr man owning from one to several leases in tho Indian territory W& referred to had some lady friends dy at all times to exchange Grocer "of vitlo oxtent, in tho particular stretched their wires over the visiting her who occupied the white wheat No. 1, $10. hundred thousand acres of laud cash prices for Butter, ggsr Calf vr It For the best sample of red ifinlinr . of institute work, and is, room with herself apy kind of marketing that the '. in one body. Those fellows havo public domain with the direct ap- being a very warm night Mr. Al- wheat No. 3, $15. .in nlltlirtt rr ,ir nionn Jp 'ZTrra TUITION: proval or permission of a Kcp'ib-licafriends ay bring in. The hight . : aggregated such great wealth and Secretary of the Interior, exander wont into the hall and For tho next best sample of roil stanilingi :in(l a teacher of the Primary Fupild POT jnonth. ...... f500 kel price always paid. J.M. MORTGOSIERT & 1' influence that they havo been per- and thoj-- had some reason for' as- spread his couch near tho window wheat No. 1, $10. 4 00 "new education" scuool, ranking Intermediate . .: 6 00 For tho best sample of rciTi anion" tho foremost of that brill Advanced mitted to run riot for years and suming that this color of govern- at tho head of the steps, expectof devoted educawheat, "longbcrry," $15. iant "phalanx PAYABLE MO.TIIIk IBf ABVAWCE. years, and it was openly claimed ment title would not bo disquieted. ing to get a good night's rest, For SALE AND LIVERY ST . I S It is, therefore, a surpriso111 when about 12 o'clock he awoke, wheat, the next best sample of red tors. Richards assumed tho bathat for theso reasons no Presi- shock to find it peremptorily B. C. "longbcny," $10. Prof. and from somo causo sprung to dent would ever dare to interfere Each sample must bo sent in a ton of direction as the leader of CALDWELL. and their herds ordered his feet, when he saw a man back& Hickmak, Kt., A ng. 7, 1885. im with thorn ; and hence it is diff- out of tho Indian torrxtoryad ing down the steps, and had, as separate package, marked with our orchestra whoso harmony and KENTUCKY 8TKZ2T, could call forth at of tho strength he icult to realize that tho strong their unlawful enclosures re ho thought, his (Mr. Alexander's) the name and '? eviistamtij oa laad ;.j old meat axe iivhitj hands. The exhibitor, and the uamo of the will, ""d devoted tho morning moved. hand of Mr. Cleveland, as Presi- KXEP8 sale notwithstanding tWaiu&t--- first thing ho thought of was his variety: and tho nuckagowmav be session of tho first day to outlin.tffljfc'- gun. which HORSES, BUGGIES and HACr . ent, has come down witlipowcr , But ,, i was in his wife's room, sent by .frcightior express IIIU ing tho work for tho week. The Bariss purckatei Ikt taWe. :wt rsiiiui imjuripwBUBfBT 'TOFTutf. d and when in tho act of opening cnargo pt tnisomcegpj'JaciLsanwiuaciicrivonromju as members oi lad eatire outfit of W. B. Plt.:-t- r d bersof tho public lands havo been tho united voice of tie3un tho loor to outer tlio tlitcf llruil at plo must contain notJwleJfbaiifJheJlUBtitueiWoriv are as toiiows : wtprffywrto conliBM lp busiae!. " already forced to confess to mill- try approves them. They indicate him, tho load of shot missing him o ) (EttaUuhed in 1875.) no. CTWard,' Fulton; J. T. bushel. solicit patroaage lt;ln Spt lnr rkanutfr. Oar ? lo 'onntrX' UttntJ, ions of acres which thoy havo a sturdy senso of justice 1 the only a fow inches 'and went into It is my purpose to purchase Saunders, Hickman Co.; Miss Le Xxt Art uiut Mu.icat l,1Mn. IUtr WbwIt!in .IujH ciUtiri,rr'' tba rtluotiun of juung administration which is to rovcrn tho Mr. Alexander auouimiy uubiiuik oi mo prcmiun; na Rook, Dist. u; 1. F. Jones, Btr not iiriuniK.'iI. m4.' fenced in without a shadow of titchn or Itlcknian, Ky. lDfutuitiuii vliilliiue llMELf, t W. it from beginning to eiiu, and socurcd his gun but did not get a wheat of each varioty, for distrf Dist. G; J. D. Jones, Dist. 7 ; Miss Wu tWtr ilt.uiu lu W. DIESTELBR Address, tle. Huudreds of thousands of which tho couutry cannot but chance to use it. Tho thieves bution over tho State,' through thi Eugenie Henderson, Dist. S; W. 4t WlLlAXH, Ky. Bottliko Ghim, t acres have been reclaimed from commend. The public ov(ls that after pilfering the lower rooms of members elect to tho noxtljcgif-latur- C llughos, Dist. 10; Sam. L. V.. Dist. 11 ; Miss Rosa Davis, in the various counties. tho possession of unfaithful con- wore beginning to shovr them- tho house called to Mr. AlexanDist. 12; Win. Cook, Dist. 13; O. selves as results of the wholesale der saying that they had come John F. Davis, tractors. Hundreds of thousands B. B. XILLETB. E. CBE. B. Kingman, Miss Marin Middle-ton- , Commissioner of Agriculture, etc. usurpation of Indian and public after his money, and if he wonld more have been declared forfeited lauds would bo much moro sori-ou- s give it up thoy would not Miss Annio Shcarou, Miss troublo space-&ara a41 aUJta. i by bogus railroad schemers; and in tho end than tho temporary him further. IIo told them ho Tiie Itivcr uh a Clegnlator Ida Adams, Miss Adello Allon, J. trouble to skew soo,! II. Saunders and R. C. Caldwell, ndorae and see, ai tho corae cj s.s. tho cattle kings who had for years annoyances oncountered by the had no money for them, and after of HalCH. Hickman; Miss Ella Ringwood, and Moscow Atenue. Em Hfciar v . cattlo companies in obeying the a short time they left. This is a unlawfully occupied with their The question is sometimes ask- Dist. 17 ; Miss Meta Lovojoy, Dist. horrible state of affairs. immense herds the ludiau reser- proclamations. ed why the government should 20 ; J. W. Lewis, Dist. 21 ; J. J. vation have been ordered out and oxpend several million dollars a Flatt, Dist. 22; Miss Ella Stil Judge Thtirntftti. About JlomiJiiends. year in improving tho navigatiin Dst. 21; Miss Jodah Walker, Dist. are going. Just now the country or at of Western rivers when so smrJl 25 ; Jas. F. Royster, Lloyd Noo-naCOLUMBUS, U., Aug. 17. A ' .!' There are Democrats as well as Cayco; Miss Jessio Outten, er upon Judge Thurman this least tho Northern section thcro-o- f a proportion of Western frciglt Republicans engaged in these afternoon. Hon. John G. ThompH. C. is suffering from a severe at- is carriod on them. Freight pe- Hickman; Miss Mary Eddiugs, DAVIS OLD STAS1.) groat steals," and they havo here- son was in consultation with tho tack of monument-buildinpreferring rail to rivci; Fultou; A. D.Kingman, Hickman. fever. rsists in AU kinds of Several of the Iargor cities pro- tho railroads carry five times is The afternoon session was opentofore been encouraged, or not Senator when he arrived. "Judge, it is current that you pose to havo local monuments, much produce and merchandise ed with a stirring song. Many STAPLE AND FANCY GRPCt: suppressed, by tho Government, have telegraphed a gentleman in while towns, villages and rural as tho boats, and what is the use excellent voices, and earnest enbecause it was claimed that no Cincinnati s u ally kept is a nji-fcwjet ; that you would accept districts propose to contribute to then, it is askod, of squandcrhg thusiasm combino always to pro- om price-President dare to defy their enor tho Democratic nomination for a national monument which shall so much money m improving tiic ducc heartfelt music, ono of the mous wealth and influence. But, Govern ir; is there any truth in fittingly represent their combined rivers 1 FANCY CAAVISSi most pleasant features of tho InTL, it!" patriotism and liberality, as well answer to the qns-tio- stitute. herein, the people can bogin to 5 Here is tho P1CL. vj "I wish Tho conductor then gave a drill write the as their estimation of tho lately The rivers are indispenja-blsee some good resulting from a dispatch you wonldwill CRliKBERVLlES, UOMINX, G&& hero make it lost I as regulators of freight racs. in Phonics, aud are npiratiou exerchange from Republican to Dem- strong enough and stop this non- half, national hero. If all, or even adto of the Grant monuments now when freights go by rail ,ie cise ; followed in turn, by the 3L& ft--i ., ocratic control. Theso corrupt sense," tho Judge said, somewhat contemplated should bo actually Even dictate tho prices of dress of Superintendent Saunrivers syndicates had grown up under testily. built, ho would havo moro of these Tho safer and easier rifor ders iu fulfillment of tho injuncSugar, C'oirecM, Soups, . "I am ready for your dictation, honors than any man navigation is, the lower are ho tion of tho common school law tho Republican rule, and they JTWillnotbe undersold, who has ever livod. But experi- rates both by rail and ri'er. which commands him to pound 1 were strong enough to hold that Judge. Will pay full price for Butter, Bgg& "Then commence. have not ence proves that timo makes a When the rivers aro full rates are and expound the said law iu presparty by tho throat. Such con- said or written to any I person that heavy discount in such things, down; when the water is lowthe ence of the teachers assembled ; ditions of affairs aro liable to grow I would tafco the gubernatorial and that generally only a very roads put up tho rates. then lectures by the conductor, ALSO KEEPS 5?. respectively on the subjects, up under any party so long in nomination, nor would I accept. small proportion of the monumentI do not undervalue tho office. al work intended is over fullv ac- 'Geography by tho Comparative power, and if so change is necesFlaiiifNnl Fulton. (Hickman, Ky., Ollntoo Btr.) xo no governor ot Utno is a dts- - complished; while ovoti of this Mntlmil." Jinrl "TFow in Mjuijutp sary to clean them up. Hurrah unction tnat would Honor anv Tho fire fiend got 1,i8i Refractory Boys." Tho day's small proportion mucn is delayed at Fulton last week. for Cleveland. after 6ion ose(l wjth an "appetizer," a mau, but I want what- until all the spontaneity and (A'wir Railroad Dijwt) ever." havo long since evapora- 5 o'clock, tho alarm of fire ran a m!Scollanenu8 list of words, newsTwo illustrations of how men Thompson said: '"That is a ted. Wo hope Grant may prove out from soveral of tho church paper solecisms, HiOB:M.A.isr, k:b2tttjck:"Y"- will not "let well enough, alone" good dispatch and covers the an exception to this humiliating bells, and by G o'clock tho resi- words, slang, corruptions of 1). Mur-phare given by a Toxas exchange. case, but I wonld suggest that rule, and that every statue, col- dences of W. Nolon, II. words, etc.; the derivation, and Dr. Pierco were in ashes. spoiling and application of which One was whore a plaintiff, having thewjordSj "Xorwould" I accept umn and temple which his conn-- f eoounwJ a 42C.OOO arJScL jumhittt it," ra wmTerfluoHS' ""C; v ryinon aro now bestowinsr nnon and it was by earnest and skillful tlFjLS ltn nnft1 i il ilinalinnnil J a rauroau company was dissatisJudge Thurman "I want that his memory may tako tho practi- WOI'k of tho oitiKOim that 'fe.lTO amusoment and OdiUcutlon of HERT-WEG- K, fied, and gotonly six cents at the in. I want to put a nail in theso cal aud permanent shapo which dwellings of Cant. Tyler and M ... r i i MANOFACTGRERS OP t uoxt trial. Tho other case was idle reports. 1 havo said'fortwo that memory merits. But remem- - x. v oien, or, nuo wbh. ji. Tho evening session, hold in the .i that of a man acquitted of mur- years to all my friends that I oenng mo lato ot past, proposi- looked as if they would burn in Baptist church, consisted of an Fon der "and wont tho samo day and wanted no office and I would not tions iu a similar line, we aro not spite of all that could bo done. cionuent address bv Prof. Rich got married." accept the gubernatorial nomina- unduly sanguine. i'.veryming was snveu out 01 nls ftn the "Noods of Kentuekv the house of II. 1). Murphy, and Schools." tion, even if it wcro tendered mo also a portion of the contents of The second day's session opencapt. Samuel Donaldson of unanimously. Do yon thiuk the England's Experiment. tho other two. Had tho wind ed with scriptnral readings, prayer Nashville, who was an applicant language can bo made any strongParliament has been prorogued been blowing, doubtless both by the conductor, and music by for the position of chief postoffice er?" - inspectors has The reporter said : "I do not until tho ond of October, at which sides of Can- street would have the whole Institute. The lectures withdrawn his p.for tho been burned, but fortune favored of the day embraced "Language pere for that office aud is now seo how you could make it any time it will transaction of some formal busi- us iu that particular. I cannot Lessons," "Geography of Fulton making an active canvass for posi- more emphatic." And the tion as doorkeeper of the next Judge Thurman "That is what ness, and then as the queen inti give tho exact loss at this timo County," illustrated by sketch-mahouse. His friends think there '.s I want to do to mako Mt hi such mates in hor speech bo dissolv- - but it is between ton and twelve of tho county drawn by S. a way that no person can read be- ed. With that dissolution will thousand dollars. The fire orig- L. Isbell, after Proctor's Geodetic no doubt about his election. tween the lines that I would ac- begin a now era in English poli- inated in tho kitchen flue of Mr. Map of Kentucky ; "The Use of 0. the Dictionary," illustrated by tics, and one which promises to Nolen's house. The Georgia Legislature has a cept." be the most important in the pobill before it, which will in all calling to the desk four teachers Take itoe litical history of modern England. Air-Shi-n iu succession, and timing their re probability become a law, to comIn I'aclncaSa. The Convict Post. Planter. It is, indeed, quite impossible to pel insurance companies to pay nnuiug spective operations ." Til l2i.fAI given word, the effortsotconsuming,a that tho Democrats l the fnll risk for which they accept ofIt develops not recommend the fully estimato tho results of tho ' St. L. Ky. N, C. Maine momentous change now impendays : 'It is not variousIy from sovcn t0 8ixty.01g premiums and to assess the prop- promotion did who is un- ing. The now franchise law, uu- - improbable that of Dunton, solution of aecoml3 erty before a fire aud not after. Eie!Iientary Reading," able to accept the at j which tho next parliament is tho great problem of building t. f1lft wimwuw.u,. ,flft RnnnJg' ;iutlbe ,i c, on ccount mw ""I"-'"'- " i T. !.."J ',u has been brou venire, Attorney General Haedin, of being imicomvii m the pom- to chosen, adds about 2,000,000 tendent, J. C. Ward, and Sam. The accidentally votcrs to tho present list. These about by a Paducah, Ivy., man. lsbcll. DEALER I - at Morehead, Rowan county, has awiBuran aro taken, of course, from pIhrspr who yesterday, in tho presonco of Tho ovening session at City moved for the discharge of tho .wirorj. uuiuuu posimastcranu, acconuug xo tnoilcrctoforo excluded: and for nil 'several reporters and many cm- - Hall consisted of a lecture by entire grand jury. Ho made a vi- "spirit of retonn" as practical purposes tho right of zens, attained at least some do- - Prof. FAINTS AK9 DFH-STP- S, gorous speech denouncing the Richards, "Going through DRUGS, jury as being made up of criminals ouiuuKUUj .ll. uuiHo. iiud HIURnfpflW Wl hnrnnftnr Un nnn,- lv gree ot success in mo premises. tho Word." the very gem of tho uiiiiiiau wuuuuuiu u.mm nriRiii universal. In other words, the Prof. Calvin A. Hayes is the pro xrlmln wnnlr'c mnriiiii o twl aha nf and tho friends of criminals. 3HCDC CJ3HC3MC jm 3W, 3Ef3K" . ioiuo piaco. xiieso jacw i eing- lnother country is imitating the gDau 1Wiv,j..w llOQ AOllCAll tllf lue ,nost fi,siIuli specnnons of ffinaYt rf trllA Gall oi Aearest Ticket Age&t MPtuiiMr. nri'Ki'iii !!i. f ort niifi rinin w" """. b oxanipio oi tne cniiu, ana 111011- - otuoaviyii, ""i "m,.u Tir liiimr tOrVdlt ailll sympathetic appeal tfoT PRESCRIPTIONS CARA FJ aW CO M P O V Jt 2) M Dt A Mohammedan university 900 in iniri iv r....w.- ;il ii Or Address ?S.0S,,iE: adjust mechauisin ot the invention is to young men, to which wo have years older than Oxford is still '0":,?,?ii?n "? " l"u . I IfilllRfi V(R It thV rnn in tlin not given to the public, its gener- over listened. 3"' ". A Y. SlevpHN, flourishing at Cairo as in tho days meantime, Dunton had been tried Past. Agt., Dallas, T., t of Arabian conquests. It con- and convicted of embezzlement essential feature of the republi- - al outside appearance is not 'unOn the third day, after tho usucan system, xuo mtnre govern- like a large army tent, the flics of al opening exercises, tho Supertains but one loom, tho floor is from tho government and of G. P. & T. A, NashTiDev Tea. to paved and the roof is snpported the penitentiary. Hence sentfol- ment of England will not be "of, the tent representing the wings intendent introduced Dr. Jarman, PR112. HELLNEU, T. Agt Hleferaa. Fiftoen Professors and Instructors. it of tho machine. Tho first start President of tho Jackson Univerby by 400 columns. lows that some ono else will havo for and as the people" to the same was interrupted by a break iu the zii lickuiea!, SciBntiOt, Eijltttriig. Classical Iin extent in the Hinted States: sity, who delivered a polished oraSchool, HiliUry Tactics lii ItwwriW Inrsi if SWr. UI but tho people will be tho rulers wings. Later tne guys were loos IT transpired in St. Louis a day VUE. I " on "Schools of the Ancients, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, . thO .;n COUNTY APPOINTEES tlinrn nlmnct no mnnli no !.. Wlllfrc flillllind. "i""" . "' viutno iM.iu. ut i mA I......I. ilmaw S."'Brown, chairman oi axr. ' tho r.nmnnmtivnlv incimn'fion., n,l 01)0(1. tllOsailed fortv feet illlll the tionIllustrating Modern Progress." Fall term begins Sept. 9M1, 1 883.RECEIVED FREE OFndTUITION. as other Informatioa For CttfatoSTMC tne ""! um into v n"r.,"w? ,,. "JY.v . -M. machine tho topio ii u,o,,i,vui;i. X'1 t jjomocratic committee for tlio.! i.i5 ' . tAJdret JASE8 K. PATTEKSON, Ph. B X,exlnglon, Kentucky. . .... f - ..:.i.i : " ONE SUDUP. BAN RESIDENCE, abon :.. unuunuu Prof. Richards followed, Approved Acrrf). Six Rooms, Two Cia no oiiiuiiuiib iiiuii xumaui must, in "" tj""'" being "Application of s-v: :"' terns, Good Well,"Spring, Stables, Orchard! uy tho professor, finally lanumg Methods to Country Schools," ss. the nature of things, " "- - "'" ne &c Apply to iiou io mo iact mat ? is uot re moved. Revolutions, soon be re. safely near where it startod, hav7tJZ 7i -xi t ill, r iittj UIVOQ - whether viiiiu u tho subject eliciting moro animaGEO. . HELM, ll sponsible for Duutou.f olent or peaceful, never go back- ing made a tour oQfa couple of ted discussion than any provious tii a, receipts aud deliveries. nayll885-Gt- a Hickman, Ky, IMPORTANT! HOW TO SAVE sJONEY wardalways forward; and tho hundred feet. The invcntor'claima vnrt nf t.lin. TiiRtitntn. Miss 1T1. Same Mere. .Cil4-..1'i seems from statistics gatherpopular power, having reached a ho can coino from4JPadacali'-:tumi uiukuii ..nn.i ii nn muni luiiiyiiiiiii u We are Wholesale Headquarters Job I ed from the Insnranse Choniclo. - point so nearly supreme, will not, Cairo "as tho crowWflics' in au 'essay, titled, "Life as it Might Aboutthe mostdisgustingepecigrade of nu published in tho New York men of flunkoyisin that has found cannot halt until complete suprem- hour and a half." Sale, at the Bo." Then followed a drill on A fine Jack, for McGEHEE. residence 0 If the Inte JNO. R. Sun, that the number of suicides a lodgment in onrcountrv. is a dis- - acy is obtained. systematic penmanship, the day's privately, before Sept. 5th, 1885, not sold CEWlif, S1X3 T03ACC0 ni CimS will be ' in this country varies but little cussion in some of the papers about concluding with a locturo sold publicly, on that day, to the highest Tho Only Obstacle, session frow yar to year. a plan for tho support of General on Physiology bv tho conductor. bidder, together with other Stook, farming Will Wales be King? Tram t!io New Vorlc Timc. sadwiH job to dealers only at Factscy brant's lamlly connexions. Dr. From tho Xew Tork World. The evening session at tho Meth-odi- implements, Black'Smith Tools, c, &c prises; also the At a seance a widow whoso Mimionaeies in tho eOnnt.nrinl TCnnrninn ..ili-church embraced, essays on For particulars, apply to McGEHEE. An esteemed Philadelphia con- - mother had recently died wished 5'Dr' s,u .lu, lake refrioi." nf a fVi hn vA .1 Yan' "Z " " "L!"1 Win. B. " neroaro iei'VAier monting upon 10 communicate witn tho spirifof tho "Two Accouuts of Creation," i" Cayce, Fuitoa County, Ky. erert that a kind of beer.. made. of families to hfiannnmiHo,;!.eignt.' temnorarv. on "Moral by J. F. TIMOMAT bananas is a ironnyiaoiicairain8t'nKif:. thn (rnrfimmnt HriM n;,inr wjr what it calls tho "social flutter" nor nusuanu. Tito connection ho Training Richards, and by Rov. C. tas best ia the market. We also keep .. IIriii-"- ' nu. occasioned in London by Wales' intr made she said: in Schools," mv wvi V4tnuLk . . T-. ! llli:i UU '. constantly on band a choice selection aaianai ievers,ana that this drink , ligations to sot them an in business recent public appcaranco with "Do yon Through Trunk Line v see much of dear mam. L. Pindar. w indispensable to their health. or pension them. Several wanors Langtry, remarks: EETHE'SSALOON. of FAMILY GROCERIES The work of tho fourth day inma in heaven, John !" 3JK cluded When it is considered that this "1 nover see her at all." CONFECTIONERIES, The elephant will bo extermina- have taken up the caend aro pro5 of the continuations of ; the topics A PLEASANT KESORT. posing plans for tlieirrelicf. Iu tho shameless Prince is to bo the King preceding day and tho AND FRUITS, "Is it possible, John," continted in anothor hundro I years, so name of humanity vrlicro will this of England, tho wonuor grows ued tho widow evening session at tho school which we will K very low for the cash. FRESH DEER constantly oa tap. Ci- scientists say. But tho honest! thing rogretfnlly, "that social Please call and see us. xaraer will come to town to soo it is tho stop! Under what obligations that his conduct docs not causo a even now you cauuot learn to lovo house was devoted to a ombra- - jars and Tobacco, of the best brands. Patronage solicited. govemmenttosupport Gen. revolution instead of a flutter. meeting of the teachers, mamma!" jast as he always did. FlKUJA 4c DcBOW. tf B0T Grant's boys or his sisters, cousins It is extremely doubtful if it is "I wonld bo very glad to cin"- readings, recitations, music, l0vo Iif Saline county, Neb., two and aunts! Lot the dead fioneral seriously considered by anybody tho old lady "repliod angelic John otc. rest in peace in his grave, and letj tlmt tins Prince is to be King of "if I had tho ghost weeks aro. a woman clnsntf ii of a chance' Altogether this session of tho hmsband'seyes Institute has proven thoroughly buried J r.,1)pnig song.fcjistlo around England. Even Wales himself is but tho troublo is she isn't hoi-- :J intnrcsting and profitable; an HICKMAN MARBLE WORIS mm chiji m wit sum UMtuM f kimoi ; Wefn7sdav?amr marr ' jiko their in a irood deal of doubt about it carn rf,6t Groceries. hy eHtRTEST AMD tWCKEST sweat of their face. event long to bo remembered by hit ticceesor on Vrirt. Yssili, in his "London Society," Ken lintler Bold. Trots Martl, MUb, and Hunboldi HICKMAN, KY. tba Paducah Standard. teachers of this county. Aud 25cts Lower than the Lowes nover speaks of tho says that Wales nndor deep It is said that Chinese aro tlm timo. "tvlion T Khali bo Kincr." A letter from Boston receive Tvc count ourselves clerk ozp&nsss no store ren -asserts that Gen. Benjamin Aiiiimition to Prof. Richards for I have nocash for avoiding tho law that prohibits A bill was introduced in tho but always prudently hedges by! lcre111T & and pay all my Groceries, and n m' inn intends iu uume nn the earnest, manly, sincerity and their aominEr into tba TJnitni Georgia Legislatin; nn Monilnv saying "if ever 1 am King." it is X. iuuci TOLIHAN CARS Wltkomt Chaaf herefore can soil as cheap as the cheap aboTo citlM ta by eutering through Mexi- to imijoso an aiiniiliitax of $2.50 not impossible scarcely improb- soon in a speech in sunnnrf ,.c innn rinir eiunuBi:isiii which nave St. Host brands of Wittenberg and Lon SUUi trtM,aa4 tmt oa uun to principal DIA&Sft IS. to our tar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low NORTHERN AND EASTERN CTTTESL cltaractcrizetlhis work j and co, m4 ia great numbers. on nacneiors. ThWig' proper both ablethat his royal mother may Presitlont Clove!andan(liiirobnl-Italian and ambbicah Marblb JOHN WITTIKO. " nolonoa t. ao . luuusuro 01 right and oxpeui hang on to the throne for somo 01 iiioso uemocnus who, Jiavinff'Supcnutenueui. hu THREKByTRAINS DAILY Ik Siam it is death to mention oucy. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE years longer; but there is a gen oral forced iiitti on nin domocr.it; ' ,im which secured us so thfaUaa.naUag for tho strong perparty as a candidate, now ' same. Tkere, doubtless, its Kiaf helper, than 1TJ1I005IEOTIOII AXD QUIOUK belief in all errades of society in nounco him Spcclnl Notice. STONES. fsmmtfr fHijdaated tho custom of alluding adhering to sonal interest ho has shown iu our JJllwlt4ilV4 that sho will bo the last! to the 'jEX'g jLXTis coaxsrom?. U a mq as "Mr. pictiRestotiioinuoponaents. Th6 work, and tho unfailing assiduity All persons indebted plenre firm of tositiuthathorotoforo-coiiBiderecome forward & Drevrry, will ITTAVING reoeived a fine lot of Asaor has devoted himself ryiPniHTP Sceklaa; this road will .Tamf.s W. Ma KUlIUIill Will IIIUUIJ UIHHUIll IrOHl with which ho Italian Marble, I am pre early day. and make settlement. ALL, who dis sacrod chair. LrTllUnJIII 1 O "ne oT president's vifHv to onr comfort and entertainment. .it an at E. Collins' drug store Alexander pared to 811 all orders. Call and exs some of tho covered trold inniKpJ..;o Ani receive pecfl low rates. Office nr.workM.. Sp Acets o( thU Company for ratet, roalM IP afnie or insauity is latent in o'd stand. but Vnd abject povortTfov ,inys ago. -- oroerit It is thought thatEoscoo Conk-li- as lie will uoiuiy cnainpion;hijn tile n to Prof. B. 0. Caldwell for- & Mawell'iBONDORANT. & DHEWRY. Ac, or wrile C. P. ATIHOHE, U. P. & T. v s from the country proastly well written and enterft eraoa it will almost always me rcprcscmauvo oti; Kit. Congress to I Timo brings arosJJ, . . iniU . will bo invited by .ivn ' .nnr Lii.. n sg-nnTiTII. Kb. " aays JOOO ACV . f. Kv.. k, .' Sii' Olll0v "" deliver a oulogy on Gen. Grant. national democracy. bkj 5r ill. itself at sea, cnort of llm proceedings. Hickuu a7-- rn. verses.. J&1 ":... iSa. iaiu sBSEiR: Fitm tin Culon City Auc'ior, -- President Cleveland's five month8 old administration is mnrkod by THE two important and conspicuous aWn'm-istratio- Wort fThe Dare Devils Again at City. Union dev-- i Kentucky When! Shove Frankfort, Aug. 1-- THE INSTITUTE. or Tho Com-mission- ma .ts i tho following self-explanato- y ' - Mallie-niatic- s, BooJc-Keepi- n, . : ' & A - up-stair- s. n - . ftver-throw- n OAUWELL, MART Fakis ? post-ofiic- o Parkj, -- ft procIniiiatioiFS-nrDjustrcsS:1-an- lit.,.! ...:".: Southern Normal School, !( rvd-iriu- tj no-lm- lf Ctn-mrrcU- l, door-facin- g. o Is-be- ll, Family Grooeri 1 -- r-- U i CASE & MILLET, TO-p- or n, g GROCERSs HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Pahily (rocei W -- JUDGIi 4 c ; u: c wr-riag- o. post-morto- m . C. HANCOCK, FEED PIBflSlI ST Oil ii . MIXCE-MBA- A -- -- J - 7. ses-Short- ly DOORS, SASH &:C. ssroaa?v no-offic- o m groceries -- newly-coine- d rop-utab- le v confectionereb:, m -- 7 4 BAIJTZER&JP,, ICE CHELi I NASHyiLIl, - - -- Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida p Hickman Kcntncky. mrmmmi h Globe-Democr- at post-offic- e -- -- -- llvinir-machln- e a,, -- Pi 111. ',,,,. THiE OLD RELttABLE CI1AS. A. HOLCOMBE, MUCUS, - civii-scrvic- o - .- r--r- -.j i """'""." .- -- . - - In-Uta- tton. ..' . FAVORITE . 111! J ( STATE COLLEGE KENTUCKY .a - v. eri -- . -- 1 m .,. i .-. i- -i i si? ."?. " ..,. . :- .i:..:0 o . 1 :,:...: DEMOCRAT, , ! i 3? st Ht-nnO- a L u"i -- 1 I a 4 7 . . . . - 1 14-- - M n I c?.:k NORTH & EAST X n k-b- b What-d'voCa- ll M d .. de-f- or m -- : Bon-dum- nt 111 n dc-vel- ep " . ..-- r I . I I - . i - - -- ?a - -- IW r -. . V W - &, - " 'Sk m t 'f rsw' SS: "i. ". f&" Bk" 'Ik, r: w Kf aLj':-;:-.- - "skssVJbKBB' BBJwBJSjStfjlSBJSK3BMn.7 TfcHffTPBW " ni' 'aw i y&'sBl&&?i5&&Bj2fk&ii "'" "'' '' ,"1 - ..- - i- - n " ..V. y. & jtWt;.-- '