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BALE BILXS, Street, next door to CltyHaU. envelopes, letter-headb- ; xiflncrxT.ArioKrs, : f GEORGE WARREN, Editor. - -.-- : The Oltlcst Ncv3pnjor in Western JXeutuclcy. 'PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. CURRENTTOPICS. ESTABLISHBP FOREIGN NEWS. A 1859. HICKMAN, PULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. BURNING HULKS. TERRORISBD. Ind. 21. 47. ETC. Oja-TU- X ETCJ. AH1D SXB3S T7K- - J V r 1 i3 m :' I.Ut ofNriiutora and HriueseuttttlTe. to the water's edge and sunk: Minnesota, report aonly a snake story, were The following is a complete list of SenaSusquehanna,. Congress, South Carolina, ing quite boastful. But if this localitywc jmonsn-.ttiowill reprewas beun In MadrMfo-daBoston, August 24. Dr. E. H. Graham tors and Representatives who sent Kentucky In the next General AssemAt four o'clock forty thousand persons had Iowa, Lotta Grant and Fairplay. All, with searched with n microscope ewey was interviewed y by a United bly together with tho districts they repre assembled in the Bradd with banners and tho exception of the last two. formerly be- person who doubted tbecurrent Impress tHBT1 ess reporter, relative to the statement sent and their present Postoffice address longed to the United States navy. They not one could be found. The unanim; othr emblems. Speeches weremade in had been condemned, and woro bought The Republican members aro in italics. Maxwell, Spanish and French decouncing Bismarck's adoption of tho belief that there is a' vilK at tho bodvtho St. Louis trunk murderer, UOUSK or found in tho truuk was not action in annexing the Carolines The chief from the government by Stannard & pent of immense siae at large here o Adair Dr. Ed. hW, Columbia. eller's, but n corpse that had boon pro- speaker was a Spanish Colonel ia full uni- Co., who were to break them up for tho old Allcu-- G. W. Samuels, M. IX, w hen James Wright, a fai Hptl3 rod in Boston, nnd that Dewey could wit- Anderson-Jo- hn form. No insulting reftrence wis made to iron and plnnks they could get out of them. red H. Craln. Lnwrcncoburjr. The fire broke out on tho forward deck of living two miles south of here, nHulliird T. T Gardner, Hurdwoll. Germany, but the rtgits of Spain were s the fact that ho had one shortly be- Hurry C (Jorln. the Colorado, where men wer at work the charcoal pits, announced that tl llarrcn fully proclaimed. A recession Inarched lcaving for the West. Dr. Dewey llath and Itowun J. J. Nesbltt.OwlngSvtllo. up planks iron spikes. chiej.' through the 6tr.U. arous- burning right of to get the was the Sus- welcome tnonstT had crosMxl the llooiu llcunou Connor, Hiirllnuton. On the Colorado the "Maxwell seemed poesossed with the w here he was plfwincr for wheat. ing great enthusiasm. "OPi6sJto the Hourbon Churlos OITutt. Purls. spread rapto which the of gettiug a 'stiff,' apparently for lloyil und Lawrence 11.11. QainhlU, Louisa. Prime Minister's nalaca. cheers Mere quehanna, before either flames the Colorado - t first noticed its trail m Hip fresh so i &&& .... it or ap- - lulv. and rii,....t....- i f. rn . ..u, v aiuviAt: Vl'JlU Ilovlo D. li. Duv. Pcrrv. raised for the . Premier.-bu- t . aoaia not . rvtin .tM tmvMl rvair Tik nmnai unit STirAflil- vv him I coulil prob- tlon.iSlllftJoid . . .. r . - .., - j " hni -. w w .. nn in nif nnrL'PT. nna net Bradford. Hrudfor J. im.mmm" .asms T - r t x 'A- -. i iirir"aTriajiarihriiiiiiiriM .v. .. .... - . . nii - lM'l'1Hn . sJlroken A w cww.:ii J iiKu -.VUailYwfeUaioi!aSvilMKt6,tJ' tinder, and roam.- - iTCaMDuriint miles r . iifrtnin ,H jrfs.-- SlecRrriaTl's ill WKaiiDt p tin M tThe"cItv. conBa fewwecksrahil' the sky was red for balconies and planted a Xatiobal flng amid nary. It cost 1,000,000. the inonstt-from fifteen to twenty" on his surprised Bullitt and Spencer K P Straus, around. Tho heat was bo Intense that jt that in length, butisgives it as his opinion remarkreturn he had got mo ono day by the o entnusiastlc cheers. AU i"f feet asked A Lteutenant and seven men, of the impossible to go anvwhere that its diameter is not over ten inchest me to gothat and see it. aI 'stiff,' andmyself. theansto. displayed was militarvand up excused Butler and Kdmondson Mr. VTelAi. Twenty-thir- d United States Infantry, banners. The procession was headed by near tho two burning ships, while tlie loud Having a full view of it inovingin tho sun jn view u the Inter developments l wisn i Caldwell Jacob C. Cridcr. Fredouia. Calloway B. C. Kejs, Mnrruy. Democratic leaders. It did not pass through crackling of the flames sounded liko the light, it appeared to glisten as u snmy nnd gone. When I read of Maxwell's guard the tomb of Garfield. sharp crack of musketry. Tho ilames Ciunphell John A. Sha, Alexandria. the German Legadull that Swearing is wholy unknown in Japan. the street upon which meeting of the mili- crept along tho decks nud bulwarks of tho or amphibious, and ho savs is aspots.brown statement si- he tho body was not Preller's. City of Newi ort John 1 Newman. Mr. but a con tion is situated. At a color, with greenish-yellohad procured to assist in a CarnU-- T J. McKlmth.Currolltou. The worst word a Japanese ever applies to tary club, General Salamanca presiding, ships, and ate their way up tho shrouds AVrisht made all haste" to give tho alarm, fraud upon the insurance companies, the Carter and Elliot Samuel L. llrtjs. Gray unanimously agreed, amid intense into the rigging. The picture iow presented but as the announcement had a terrifying whole business was plain to me. I at son. a mau he dislikes is "beast." it ws expel the Gtrman honorary of the eight burning vesselsoutlined against effect on his neighbors the serpent was onco made arrangements to inform the inCasey and Itussell J. Iloylo Stone. Lord Wolselet resumes the position of excitement, to a bank of inky clouds wab one long to be Christian James Dreatlntt, Hopkiusville. oscape into the slash, a Adjutant General, which he held prior to members. August 23. A terrible collision remembered. Tho fire bunifd so fiercely ngaiu allowed to with undergrowth and surance companies, but next day I readthe Clark Juntos K. Winn. TV'Inchester. confessed which is thick statement that Maxwell had London, Clu , Jackson and Owsley iffram L. Jontt, within three hours lslt of the late Soudan campaign. occurred on the District Railroad at Earls that once defenders of uothirg was States briurs. and affords an excellent hlrtinK- - bodv was Preller's. and that ho had acci- Manchoter. , Ward, Neb., which cast over five hun- Court Station. The signals were broken the a few charred planksthe Uuited tim- rlace. Thos. Alexander, one of the oldestJ dentally killed him with chloroform. Crittenden and Livlsffston Samuol ft ami floating of this locality, states that! these facts I don't know w hat view tho train came into the station, but dred votes less then ten years ago, now has just as tho signals turned in such a manner bers. The hulls sank at once to tho bottom, residents of the description given bjtj In think.of Maxwell started for the West Nunn. Weston. nnd Clinton L. T Iloie. a rentile to Ciiinlierland leaving hiss and a gurgle, down a total population of about fifty. Duvioss itwo distrlctsHH. II. TaIor, Wil as to indicate to a train approaching from coing cloud of with afrom the water as it Wright was seen in this locality nine years! two or three days after tho abovo mensteam and a Ham bustutter. Owcnsbom. the ex tioned incident. Preller left some days raised statements A Baltimore editor has fitted up his cel- tho opposite direction that.tho track was swept over the burning wrecks. The Colo- ago. These fever heat. have abundance om Fayette Hart iwy. Briar Hill. moment The a Great Maxwell. The latter always passed as eitementto At that Kstill und Lee Henry B. lar as a summer resort and will spend his clear. Irvine Western train came into tho station rado was the first to sink,and as the waters berries and fox irranes with whicn m Maxwell in Boston, and claimed to lie nn Jumej H. Mullljntn. vacation there instead of at Long Branch and struck the engine of the other closed over her a mast from the Miuufteotn j woods here abound will go to waste thi illegitimate sou of l.ord Farnham. He was City ot Lexlnjfton W. Cnin, Hlllsboro. Fleming James. on the Conpress. and tRi'tber or Saratoga. Flojtl und Johnson J. V. Mays, rreston train with terrific force. The scene which t toppled overthe sandy bottom oi tuetoounu vear, lor our boldest citizens are so lorria an enthusiast on medicine, but never spoke lied bv the presence of the monster tun of law, though he seemed to boast of everyTae lights were tney sought ensued was horrible. bunr. The consumption of starch for all purextinguished, Th Susquehanna bunt loose from her they are as timid about entering the w Franklin S. M. Major, Frankfort. thing he knew. I believe Muxwell has of them poses in the United States is 100,000,000 shattered l. Fulton and Hickman J. F. Kcniilck, Clin tannel whs ' moorings, and at one time the various fish- - as are small boys. something he is holding back, which will ton. nnchorcd along the shore apier- pounds pen annum, or an average of throe filled ith the shrieks of th wounded and ing craft$. favor him, and possibly clear him. If he ,1 .. - t?luu iiubich nlnilt 4l f IfkikAnrI 1.,, (iallatln D. B. Allen, M D. Juipoleon. uuux' .: Tl l,1flrnt is guilty, he certainly has a wonderful pounds for each person. Garrunl Wllllum A. Atderson. Lancaster frnm trembHtur . ".'" wns killed, and the'stoker nnd V;'" j VflMa"w- " thn lior ami aftermwi uui Shipwreck, With Great Loss of Life. command over his nerves, totally different five engine l IrilTIf Ji Umran Wlllliimctmrn Base-bais now played in Siberia, the for a minute. passengers were latauyiiajurea. aiany SouthCarolina ketJed over and sunk. toThe k game Gravos Bernard A fceile, Mnyfield. San Francisco, August 20 It is re from his characteristics here, for the least and low a followed her the having been introduced by the mil- others w ere cut and bruiseJ more or less thing always unnerved him." Grayson inUfcim.l. irUicc Spring IJck. bottom in short order, but before going ported that the British ship Uaddingdon itary authorities as a recreative reward for severely. Green mid Taylor Dmiiel L. Williams, St. Louis, August 2!. Maxwell down the flames spread from ;the Iowa to shire, from Astoria, Ore., for Llverpoo Greensliurg. military convicts off duty. London, August 23. A fire broke out in the Lotta Grant and FnirjJay, two sclioon-er- s with n cargo of flour and salmon, is ashor received the following letter, written in Greenup U. J irorWiliy;fon, Greenup. French. Ho allowed a reporter to open The hardening and tempering of copper the crowded quarter of Hdxfon, a suburb Ilaucocic Georpre Smith 'Ind.) Hawcsville. lyinc near the shore, and they, too, and, owing to the nar- sank. Who tho owners of the f chooners off Poiut Reyes, forty miles north of thil and havo the contents translated boforu Hurdin J. W. Huyden. Coilian. is supposed to bo one of the lost arts, but a of the city, row streets, the firemen jero unable to are could not bo ascertained, as the crews port. It is also said that eighteen live! looking at it himself: Harrison Adam llenuket. Cynthlana. Boston inventoi has shaved himself for check Hart Jno. W Bowlett. Bowlett's Station. proeress for several hoars. The became so mixed up iu the crowd of spec- were lost. The merchants' Exchange haf its New Orleans, La., August 20, ISM. years with a copper razor. Henderson Thos. L. Wat ton, Zion. burning buildings were inhibited by the tators thnt thev could not Iks found. Mr. just received the following particulars ol My Dear Theodore Why did you not Henry Wm. V Thorn, Eminence. The aggregate assessment in New York, poorer class of people, andfmany of them Stannard. in conversation with a reporter. the loss of the ship Haddmgdoushire: Th follow the advice which I gave you at tho Hopkins J 11 iMivfotd, Madisonvllle The Iogi, to DM js not less than vessel left Astoria Julv G. Got down ai time of our interview at tho Southern this year, is 1,371,117,003. This rate of were compelled to jump from the windows j sai,1: Jefferson Joshua F. llulUtt, Jr., Louis ble. When first presented to me I put him off his selections, giving tho preference in e tilled $100,000, as it was onlv for the iron in them to save their lives. A Hotel? ought and hoped to escape, but ho came agjln with taxation is fixed at 2.40 per centum, as with people was attackediby the flames, that I bought them. "Had the boats been far as the equator, when sh struck a position Youwhich to understand that the vllle of Louisville it, and, with others, I signed it thinking there every case to the man best fitted by his Cit ou hnvo placed yohr-soin her as t against 2.25 per centum last year. Iir-- t IHstnet-Jo- hn was no chance for its reaching oven a consid- record, business qualifications and repand in spite of the heroic efforts of the fire serviceable the loss would have footed up heavv gale, which so disabled San Fran; M. Letterlc by your stubbornness will cauio a occupants a man and to millions. The loss on the schooners, ft oblige the Captain to put back to eration. I think not a man whoso name Is On utation among business people. Jso Second D.strict Phil II. Gernort, Jr, good deal of trouble before you can get A Livingston (N. Y.) man.in a hilarious brigad to save theburned tocleath. cisco for repairs. In that gale she lost tout out of Third District Jacob Hoertz. it bad the remotest idea that bis appointment two children were Tho only thing it. is said, will not be Jo, than 2,,0it." that ofl was possible Not ono upon it would havo higher test of capability could bo recondition, tried to fire oil a bunch of red Fourth District Ulehurd A Jones. seamen and her chronometer. When remains for you to do at prvwsnt District-Jose- ph II Bead. appointed him bad ho tho appointing quired. It is nonsense to say that in Fifth bananas to which he applied a match,think-in- g this iort last night she encountered a denst is to tell the truth to power. Ho iff not nuallfled morally or Sixth District M. II Scott. A Devilish Attempt. jour attorney, fog, and while groping about ran on th o FEARFUL- ENCOUNTER. that they were cannon crackers, professionally. He is scarcely a lawyer such a coiir.se he dej arts from the prove by Mr. Seventh Dlstriot W. L Jackeoii, Jr. ,that you prorocks near Point lteves. at three o'clocj nnd to the body, and Denver, Col., August f the many good of hi3 party. The Democracy has Jussamlno Thomas A. Davis, Nicholas at all, while tho place will require a thnt Mr. Preller is vlllo. toto! cured The Christian Herald, in commenting on attempts made within the psst two months this morning. The vessel's cargo is a lawyer. I do not wlih to say more than maintained its high principles of resistor at least, tho to put ou upon Inquiry. Wo are friends the Pall Mall Gazette disclosures, asserts to wreck trains on the Daiver and Rio A Slanlac Secures Access to a Sleeping wreck. All aboard, except one sailor ani alive,your subjectthat he was aliveinatyour Kenton Wes. II Wilson, Independence. Apartment, nnd I with Dlltlcultr was discovered cargo tlmo and do business with one another, and It is ance to tho spoils system for twenty-fou- r the eabin boy. were droxvned. The Covington that especially in New York, Chicago and Grande Rail war.probablytSs most devilish trunk. As to the disappearance of Preller, Citi of Diftrict Harvey Myers. Overcome. unpleasant to havo to say this. But It is duo First consisted of 12.000 barrels of flour, ralual years, w fiout tho assistance of a Cincinnati, the state of society is even of nay was discoved last evening in time seems to your responsibility, und from everyone that bt. Second District Theodore C. Wolkiwr. cases of salmon, and Washington, August 21. A dispatch at jSO.f'OO,l.0Oli. 17.700 Haddingdonshire val- it oucht tome that tho it a Louis detecsigned that petition. And it was signed by sine'e ofiice aud the attempts of tho tive look into worse-thaKnox and Whitley IF C Hive little moro in London. wu The to prevent what might havprove a terri- from Oxford, Pa.. August20, says : "Robert ued at many prominent men who hated to refuse, Republicans to disturb tho harmony of Larue KIchard W. Crcal, Buffalo. arrotod at once the a new Iron vessel, launched at Glasgow fet thoroughly. Havo you in An Oakland (CaL) judge declined the ble loss of life. Owing to tie several ex- H. Hodgson, a it Laurel and Bockcastlo IF JI. Bamtv and hoped and thoughtyou would result no- the party by engendering dissatisfaco the body, for it is farmer residing October, ISM, and owned by J. A. Shap mau wuo to take any nothing. I do not wish London. application of a Canadian recently for nat- plosions under trains heretofwe mentioned. near here, has two grown-u- p possible he may disappear at daughters, herd, of Glasgow. Leslie, noil, Harlan and Perry Hri(M tion upon my representation, but if you wish tion canonh result in ridiculous fiilurc. the time you need him as uralization, because the latter knew so lit- and the terrible effect upon the locomotives t who live with the family. Last night, at a to know the real opinion of the signers of tho C II. Another cause of worry to the Repubwitness. I can not help lelieving that Kcllcti, Hiirinn ll'nrman, Tollsboro. dynamite has lianfa very close at petition, causo sotno of them to be addressed licans is the constantly accumulating M"ih tle of this country's affairs that he stated wnich the Lewi out midnight, Willimn Puree, a lunatic, Mr. Preller has been murdered in prlvatoly, and I think they will rontess tho From Prison to Trial for Mariler. watch of the railroad tracklfin this city Lincoln Fountain Fox Bob'iltt, Stanford. his belief a king ruled the United States. objections to tho appointment greater than 1 mass of evidence of the fraud and corhas been kept, a patrol being maintained ltvine near by, escaped from his keeper and Iaijiuu (tora& T. llUihry, M. D- - Auburn. and I behove that detective arrir-e- d some way, mistress," of Boston, Harriet Chicago, August havo intimated. Tho petition is signed by ruption practiced by them while they Mudi-o- u W T. Tevls, Richmond. Matthew Arnold, in his speech on giv- constantly. exThe- - Salt ILake Stere, "1m knows Hodgson mansion. He climbed went te the ). Lot them and more in regard to him than the police of MaKoflln. Morpan and Breathitt Farlsh two of our Supremo Judges at Joliet yesterday with a warrant ing away the prizes at Dulwich College, press was due at 9:10. andHhe Leadville upon the portico, and entered the bedboth bo privately nddressed. If it Is not too were in possession of the Government, express had left at 8:30. gh. watchman chamber of the young ladies through tile requisition from the Governor of Indiana St. Louis. It would be an excellent idea to Arnctt, Salycrsville. England, recently, said that the reign of late, and I thin you will learn the facts. They cry in vain: "What discoveries Marion It N. Wathen, Lebanon. meanpatrolling tho track infe named Mor-- hato her under the surveillance of tho deI do not wish to sneak behind a private Marshnll nnd Lyon Willlum M. Heed, Ben- the English middle classes is now just over time discovered near the hunts the tho city, window. The girls were shaping at the for the arrestof an hut st the sumo time I would prefer that have been made? Nothing, absolutely of tectives. I met Sir Percy Burrell, of West one of them bv tfeK time. Pierre Ko.. nlintt Wilson. Fox was Hrres4vi Gtiustead, SuraexrJnse week, ire 'ascured nnd that that of the Democracy has begun. and about tho place n iei-t-- Hji mytiaino no not given to for obvious rea- nothing." The relentless testimony of ortT .Mason A. I. Ooodlnt--. arms and dracctl her- - to the floor. Mne4 for son', und I do not suppose It will bo thought facts is against them. Tho systematic, 5IcCrnckcn Thomiis K. Moss I'uducah. The month of July, 16S5, the London have already been blown up, a large quan- gave a loud scream, awl in a moment Uei at the prison deor immediatela beenrelwie me that he had seen Mr. Preller at tho necessary to do so. upon the track, sister, who was lyinc: in the same room, from a taken Spanish Fort, in company with a lady, on term.He has .McLean A. H Shecklctt, Calhoun. 'JZcJio says, will be memorable as one of the tity of dynamite place! is an applicant for appointment ns . long continued frauds in tho New York Meiide Gus Kiel. unison, Bniudenborp. and soarfnnged that it could not avoid beheld for the 31st of Burrell is now in uuout him. He, by which the Governdry est on record. The observers at Kew ing exploded under the locomotive of the awoke nnd shrieked loudly for help. Mr. to Tipton, Ind., wher he will be 1SS0. Fax Saint Malo. May. Sirme. Mercer Phil. II. Thompson, sr.. Harrods-bun?- . I have written to you beforeby reputable men Custjm-IIousAddress too, has a petition signed in have registered scarcely half an inch of incoming express. The dynamite was j heard th: crie, of hig (iauchters. and hast- - the murder of John Nadlel roin (Ind.) Pen(my name Is not on it), not ono of whom would ment was swindled out of millions, tho LOUIS D'AUBIONEY, AT. tltgvi. Motcalfo und Monroe IFm. appoint him to any place whatever or uny naval frawLs, tho Land Ofiice frauds, tho General Delivery. rain, the usual quantity being two and a taken un carefullv. and filled the watch ened to their assistance. The maniac.how-eve- was sent to the Jeffersonville a charge of Aiontgomerv, Menifee. Powell and Wolfe itentiary for three years on truit whatever. He Is wholly without char Agricultural Bureau frauds, the Star-rou-te man's hat. The amount of dynamite was Drurv S. Godsey. Hazel Green. inches. half bolted the door on the insnle.nndfora for fttihlonbcrg Bobert Y. Thomas, Jr., Cen- acter, cren if ho had other qualificationsmost much larger than could have been placed time prevented his entering. Mr. Hodgson burplary soon aftr "the above mentioned frauds and the Slahonc frauds Was Mr. Walkup Poisoned? tho oltleo. nnd ho has not. Hts would was committed. When his terra tral City. 'Stonewall" Jackson's horse was in any of tho other explosions, and would quicklv forcwl open the door and entered murder he was taken to Clifton, 111., from emphatically bo an appointment not tit to bo surely count for something. Tho Demexpired Nelson Benj Johnson, Biirdstown. taken from Lexington, Va., the other day, undoubtedly have wrecked the train.which the room. No ooner had he done so than w hich Emporia, Kas., August 21. Hon. J. IL . Nicholas nud lloherts-oplace he was sent to .Toilet on nn oM ocratic Administration is a little over I. F. Muun. Car made. Tours very respectfully, was very fast at this point, there being n the mailman sprang at him like a tiger, nnd turned over to the Home for it. charge. Upon being arrested for the Tip- Walkup's funeral at the Methodist Church .lisle. four month old, and yet enough has steep down grade. The attempt grows out and a terrible stru.cle ensued. The Executive Mansion. n , uiiio ,iese S. Williams. Heavor Dam. This horse, which is thirty-fiv- o step from tno took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Mrt. Wasiii.noton-- August 1. 18?5 f of the strike in the Denver and Rio Grande been discovered to condemn the Repub- in the meantime escaped ton murder, when about to Oldham and Trimble Thomas A. Harris, Rirlsthreshold of Jollet Penitentiary a free ma havo read your letter of tho licans from ever being entrusted with old is muchj talked about by veter- shops. years DeauSir: I Few eo Valley. through the hallway into the street and he turned jwle and seemed to break down Walkup retains her easy, cool, 21th ult. with amazement and indlgnat o.i. Oh en W J. Watson, Owenton. bearing, and the attendance at tho ans of the war both North and South. gave the alarm. The netahlors quickly re- completely. There is but ono mitigation In the perfidy ollice aijain. These aro not idle asserPendleton Ira F. Sharon. Falmouth. A Poisoning Case. your letter discloses, and found sponded, and after a severe struggle the houso yesterday might be called a levee The inventor of lawn tennis is probably Pike. Lotehrr. Martin and Knott P. A. which fact that you confers yourthat la In it. I tions, but arc backed by irrefracablo share in tho insane man was securely lound. Mr. Emporia, Kas., August 23. J. It. for her. She continues to assert her entire Clluo, Pikcvillc. known to only a small faction of the host New Cholera Remedy. don't know whether you are a Democrat or official evidence. The Republican parin lhiluskl Jame Denton, Sumersct. of this city, died yesterday. Ho was Hodgson was severe! cut and bruisedwas innocence ns to in any way causing bis not: but If you aro the crime which you con- ty may well use the language of Lady of devotees of that game. He is Maj. WalScott W. C Owens, Georgetown. the encounter, and when rescued Madrid, August 20.Thero were 4,1(0 death. Sho did not attend tho funeral at fess is the more unpardonable. Tho idea that Shulby G. N. Hobinson. Sholbyvllle. Wingfield, of Her Majesty's Body President of the City Council and acting about being pitched out of the second-stor- y ter this Administration, pledged to givo the peo- Macbeth: "All the perfumes of Arabia of cholera and l.Jiil deaths from that tho church, ns her presence micht have caws Simpson J M. Dawson, Jr., Franklin. Guard, and he brought out the game in Mayor. He was also Deputy Grand Dic- window. Pierce was taken to the asylum disease in Spain yesterday. ple better government and better olucors, and will not sweelen this little hand." CorCoroTodd G. Terry, Elktou. Tho only given rise to great excitement. Tho tight with tho bad ruption and base uses of the people's ongnged la a 1S74 under the outlandish name "Sphairis-tike.- " tator of the Knights of Honor in this Sth.t. met ngaiu TriirK B'. J- llaydon. Cadiz. wealthy persons w ho hnv been attacked ner's jury testimony ofthis forenoon and elements of both parties, should bo betraed money Union IjrnutlusA. Spauldinjr.Mortranfleld. His death was occasioned by poison, genDr. I. D. Jacobs, have destroyed it and all tno took tho by those who ought to bo worthy of implicit Thought to be a Miracle. by the cholera scourge ore public officials,' the physician who attended Mr. Walkup. Wiirren (two districts) William Meredith, trust Is atrocious; and such treason to tho howling of its purblind organs will not The deepest sea soundings known were erally believed to have been administered Albany, N. Y., Auguit 21. Considerable who are compelled to visit the of It developed nothing new. Tho analysis Bristow; Wllllum T. Cox, Bowllnir Green. people and to tho party ought to bo punished avail against the settled conviction of Washington John B. Litsey, Muckvllte. made in tho Pacific, where the line reached by his wife, a young woman whose ac- excitement has been caused in Cohoes by a the infection. Many peoplo aro returning by Dr. Gardner, of the stomach and other by Imprisonment. quaintance he made while visiting the Wayne J. H. Shearer. Montlccllu. Your confession comes too late to be of im- tho people of the country that it is not down 4,575 fathoms, and off the coast of body, did not deterwhich thoy concitv. parts of Mr. Walkup's Webster A. J Morebeml.Tlldcn. Exposition last winter, and whom strange sight at the residence of Mrs. to the Almediate uso to tho publ.o service, and I can lit to be trusted again in ofiice. than tho provinces. Tues- mine the presenco of arsenic or other Woodfonl David .. Thornton, Vorsallles. Japan 4.CG0 fathoms. Thus it seems that he married about the 21st of last Thomas Wood, whose infant child died on sider only say that while this is not tho first tlmo I bany Argus. show to Kanwere 322 has SUSATE. the greatest heights of mountains and tho July, in Covington, Ky. The autopsy in Wednesdai . When the undertaker was day's returns deaths that there of Grena- poison, and hemore taken tho parts exhausdeceived and misled by lying aud have been 150 completo nnd cases the develFirst District Robert T. Albritton, treacherous representations, you are tho first greatest depths of the ocean correspond the Walkup poisoning case corrosive poi- preparing tho body for burial one of the da, andand new casesin and city deaths in sas City for a nnd the Corner's jury, hear12o 318 one who has so frankly owned his grievous tive analysis, oped evidence of the use of THE SOLID SOUTH. very nearl3. party present suddenly declared that tho the province. Two doctors, who went ing Dr. Jacob's testimony, adjourned to Seventh District R. S. Triplett.Owcnsboro. fault. If any comfort Is to bo extracted from Tho Coroner's inquest continued figures sons. Eighth Dlstrict-- S. E. Hill. Hartford. assurance, you are welcome to it. Yours Tho Material Advance of All Sections ol of a cross and chalice could be seen from Mndrid to Grenada, have died of the Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wnlkup remains this Physicians in the Sandwich Islands until 6:30, when adjournment was taken Tenth District Dr A. It. livers, Hardlns- - truly, GnovKii Cleveland. the white cloth that covered the child's disease. A doctor who saved fourteen out at tho residence m care of tho Sheriff, and the South. have come to the conclusion that the only until Mondny. Mrs. Walkup was ordered oi face. The others looked and saw the of fifteen patients in tho second stace of has so far been treated with entire respect. ourff Washington Cor. JV. V. Times. Twelfth District H. T. Kendall, Brandon-II- . Tho Republican and Independent way to stop tho alarming spread of leprosy roronpr' i,,rv olieited nothin- - more than figures- Word went out and tho people the infection by administering an enema of! Tho mystery of the case seems to deepen buifT. neces flocked until it .jr. .i sc been authorized to apply the and tho Interest intensify hourly. is to begin vaccinating with leprosy mic- uituRcKus . ''" """""Smith, Hodgen- Thirteenth District D, ..itwo - .Cr " m1j sary to to the houseponce to becatuowick me ether, has the hospitals. , ""! THE DEMOCRATIC GUILLOTINE. papers of t North are continually Keen villo. robes. They think the operation will be a anu oiner putsoiis " n".ct "'"h crowd. call on the was frequentlv wet with remedy in saing that so long as tho South is solid Tho cloth Fourteenth District G G. Gilbert, Taylors- succcess.hut have found no one yet willing stores; that she had taken exclusive charge water, but the figures remained. The Strange Case of a Wife's Devotion. President Cleveland Muting with Praise- for the Democracy the majority of the ville. Hiss'ssippi Democratic Nominations. of the sick man during his illness up to spots where the cross nnd chalice were Fifteenth District Thos, S. Grundy.Spring- worthy Bapldlty, All ThlngH Considered. to submit to it. 21. A sensation August friends Northern States will remain RepublicFrtdav. when suspicions of deceased were outlined were of a glistening, whiter shade Jackson, Miss., August 20. Tho State Washington,police circles in Richmond, Oeld. d An old man of about sixty-eigA good many ins have gone out latewas aroused and a daughter of F. Ait. was caused in Sixteenth District-I- F. than the remainder of the cloth when it Democratic Convention remained in ses Va., Saturday, by the discovery that ono years, who was admitted to the almsEighteenth District Ferdinand D. RIgney, ly, and a good many outs have gone in. an; and they tell us that the best thing placed in her stead. A boy named Willis, was wet. About 12 o'clock yesterday the for tho Democratic party would bo a said to bo a second cousin of the prisoner, shadow disappeared. Many believed it to sion until a Into hour last night, contrary of the prisoners in tho city jail who was Liberty. house in San Francisco, a few days ago, nnd who lately came here from New OrEven tho Sun sajs tho Democratic Twentieth District Lewis W. McKce, to expectation, and nominated Colonel W. split in "the Solid South.'" But this in the last stages of chronic alcoholism, have Lten a miricle. m as a man w as a woman. The name leans, was also locked up. L. Hemingway for Treasurer for a third attired Twenty-firs- t District Wm. M. Cravcns.Ncw guillotine is working splendidly. There gratuitous advice has no effect, for every was recognized as the inventor of the k of the prisoner is Henrietta Hix. Her hus- Castle. time. W. W. Stono was nominated fpr, is a general impression that few Repub- representative man in the South knows Reminiscence of the Past Century. Fire Extinguisher. At one time he Twonty-thin- l district J. II. McDancll, Oil Tanks Struck by Lightning. adopted includes band deserted her in Boston a few months lican ofiicials can doem themselves safe. that Democratic success means material Washington, August 21. In excavating Auditor. The platform Constitution JEfbf ago. Learning that he had come to Rich- Wursaw. was quite wealthy. to Twenty-fourtDistrict James VT. Bryan, Bradford, Pa., August 23. The severest a cistern at General Eppa Hunton's stables fidelity United the Some time since Mr. Manning's or- progress and social harmony; whilst a States; home the mond the wife donned male attiro and Covington. rule real estate agent It is a experienced for a long time ' who advises people to have bouses of at Boston as a . of State Governments District Alberts. Berry, gan, the Albany Argus said that the Republican victory would mean just their reached this section about 10:30 this even- - at AVarrenton, Va., yesterday, to grave was and preservationreserved and guaranteed! shipped on board of a vessel Upoureachln-- a Twenty-fift' rook about two weeks ago. It was supposed be own, says the Courier-Journlaw would be adhered to the reverse. Which State would be exIf every ing, and for hours rain poured down inces- - discovered.African chief nnd voudoothat of with all notheir Mweniy-sixirights: Interference by tho milifaryi Richmond. Mrs. Hix discovered that her uistnct j. t. blmon, FaldocMarzo, an man had a home of hts own, and stayed in by tho Administration, and there would pected by the Northern Republican ,c expectea tuat inemorning tor, who, about the time of the revolution, with tho freedom of elections, or with the husband had been arrested and committed mouth. District Mitchell C. itlong, the real estate agents would be all wjlI j,- ,- 5n news of considerable damage. poisoned and killed thirty slavea belong- civil iiiiu iiuimcai nuis ui citizens ot the to jail for rohoery. ueterraineu to gam bo no removals except for cause; but presi to take the initiative in giving up Lexington. Democracy? Geonria? Well, that United States; equal protection to tho access to him and share his prison cell, tho compeueu to run lor tne Legislature in or but on account of the lateness ot the hour ing to John Chilton, and was hung Twenty-eightDistrict Cussius M. Clay, added that, as far as investigation had all classes, and prompt, vigorous, ,'xromnn stole a small amount, of money. Jr.. Pans. should hardly be asked, even by the der to get something to do. gone it was found that there wa3 a received except the infor- for the crime near the site of the rights of nothing has been tfio impartial administration of the crimiand without Twenty-nintRepublicau. For District John D. Harris, at Clareudoaand an- grave. Tradition says that Marzo claimed and laws; no discrimination on account of She was arrested, authorities asarousing sex. Itiohiuond. amount of cause. That is un- most pronounced mation of an k mST)icions of the To cure a cold, pour a half pint of boilto her nal bad been struck by that he would Ik? saved by supernatural race, color, or previous condition. I.jhe was placed in the same cell with Hix. Thirty-firs- t doubtedly the case in every instance. Georgia casts a Democratic majority District E. Leslie Worthington ing hot water over about a drachm of pul- other at Farnsworth lightning and ignited. They were iron power, and in that day, when witchcraft partisanship is cause, and all every ear a majority ranging from The ruse was aiscovereu aaturuay. onu too Mnysvlilc. verized camphor, and Inhale tho vapor tanks with a capacity of ,00p barrels was a popular belief, his expectation made District F. T. D. Wallace Offensive thousand: and to sixty-liv- o husband and wife placed in separate cells, Louisa. partisanship that is opposed to the ver- forty-fi- e A Despicable Outrage. arising therefrom ten to twenty minutes. each, and were nearly full. At Dresent some impression on the officers of the lnw, Union flix confirms the woman's story, and says SENATOKS HOLPISa OVT.H. dict ofthe people last November is of-- certainly no S'tato in the indus-of oil the damage will reach' JIOO.QOO, and additional precautions were taken for Great relief is at onco experienced, and af- price Bedford, Ia., Augnst 20. The hanging, tiey about two " Second District J. W. Olgllvie, Pmlucah. o this complexion it must is miking greater strides in and it.thevburnIuK.oL8preads, may reach hi security. Jut as he was about to be ot Uenernl urant in elligy in the little vil- years were married in Boston mx win iio fenslver ago. it is prooanie airs, ter two or three repetitions the discomfort a' much hIgherHgure."-- " executed a cydone occurred, injuring ThlrU District it A Burnett, CaUiz. come at last, if that complexion has not trial progr 'ss thau Georgia. No, Georgia many people, who were blown from the lage of Wirt last Saturday night lias psrdonod by the Governor. She is voung Fourth District P. M. Clements. Marlon. it"Hs Fifth District Henry C Dixon, Henderson been reached already. Tho Republican will not abandon v certainty simply to and good looking. trees. Marzo was, however, executed. of the aroused deep indignation in the neighborafter If the Infernal Machine Sent to a Lady. Will Alabama Sixth District Austin Peay, Hopkinsvllle. It sundown,roseate hue recently,sky just taken party has been in power a quarter of a please the Republicans. as noticed may be hood, and will be thoroughly investigated. W. Bush, Frunklln, Ninth District-- W. CnATTANOOOA, Tknn., August 23. A Alabama Horrible. . p century, with all tho Failures Through the Country. conniption that try the experiment? paper calling for subscriptions to aid in A Eleventh District Robert WalKcr, as an August indication of what is tocomo mysterious box came through the is astonishing the world with its iron " implies. It proposes, if was immethat fact New York, August 21. The business ferreting out tho oerpetrators Montgomery, Ala., August 21. A in September, October and November, we Seventeenth District J". II. JFtteon, Bar iu the registered mail ponch, adand coal, and the smoke of furnaces in into circulation, aud the best to keep in power twenty-fou- r aro likely to have a recurrence this year of dressed to a well known lady of this city, failures occurring throughout the country diately put employed in the case. The ex- special to tho Mtertiser, from Talladoga, boursvlllo. detectives and around B rininguam reminds one longer, dis howls and years as reportd to cited populace will probably take extreme ,says in that county J. H. McGowan killed the last Nineteenth Ulstrict S. H. Boles. Glasgow. the "red sunsets" which characterized the yesterday. When the register clerk exam- duringDun & Co.seven days,number" Twenty-seconof Pittsburgh, and Birmingham is only U. H. Sparks cordantly with eveiy District R. G. for the measures with the culprits when discov- f&nd dressed a pig for a barbecue last night. efibrt to unautumn evenings of the last two years. is flow-- " Nicholasvillc. ined tho package it vras found that there United States 1S. and for Canada 19, or a ered. K fasten its claws. During the quar- three or four years old. Capital HIs three children, aged eleven, nine nud Thirtieth District L. M. Martin, Cynthiana in the lid and that it was total of 177, against 1C8 last week, and ISO was a bullet-hol- e Speaking of oysters, a Fulton Market of a century that has gone ing into Alabtma, and, despite the gen- -' Thirty-thirDistrict-- V. ffour, saw tho process of butchering tho J. Caudlll, Man ter industrialen-torprise- s fisherman says that oysters live to a great powder-burne- package,The lady would not re- the week previous to thelest. The failures gave no official posi- eral business depression, A French Murder. and it wasononed in tho continue light in srs sections- of the i Big. The next day McGowan left home, Chester. ceive the District W.H.Taulbeo.Wcsi by it It used Democrat as means to age. The ridges or water lines on tho shell in that State are fairly boom-inj- r. "(1 tho offices A rieh maiden IadyJ Jand the children agreed to repeat the and found to contain a pistol, country, especially . tJvs Southern States. tion. Ptmc TiTYVACd eyf fliA ft nv lwifnrft .... W.V.W. TTfiTTim tin niT Liberty. indicate the number of years until they get with tho hammer so attached to the lid Tho Pacific States alone show no decrease. Alabama is Democratic by an over--' Thirty-tut1wVrt.J . ..U..MH " "d District J. is. 1'rico, cowan. further success. It ignored the named Menetray recently disappeared. .A ithA tirrinlrlpr rhililren Tirneeiwled tn lmtrhpr Tlilrty-sixtW. H. Frederick District beyond forty; then the lines are wider, that it would be discharged when the lid law throughout every local and whelming ma onty, and no argument; tno. ,t, female servant named M cier told Thnv nit it thront. nnd i Bouchell. there to change; News From the Absent President. and indicate a period of ten years, I once was opened. The weapon had been disa con- hung it up by the heels as the pig had District It. G. Hays, Louis National campaign. John Sherman no- can induce tho people a great State, and laay nau had the eightv-sl- x years old. It charged in tho Augnst 21. Presi- neighbors that theto manage enterea saw an oyster Plattshcrg, N. Y., toriously used the Treasnryship to se- their politics. Texas is the property. nung. and were proceeding to disembowel vllle. vent, leaving her been opened as r.'iniillv in nonulfitiou and in- -' District J. R. W. Smith cure his nomination to tho Presidency. !c irmu-iniin DelawareBay servant tm caught named Wm. P.threeyears ago. box fired again. was intended, would dent Cleveland and Dr. Ward have been In Thehouse to brought her own relatives to it, when their mother discovered the hor- Loui'villc. have Thompson, a live. Suspicion being aroused, rible tragedy. creasing m wealth. And the Lono Star) camp since Monday at Willis Pond, nine the A van Hayes went West pending the election the Dcmocratio' miles from the Prospect House. The Presi- the police entered the premises and discovfarmer in Alleghany County, California, Death from Lockjaw. of loSO and did not return for weeks, State has been awardedyear it gave Mr. ered the lady's body buried in quick-lim- ecomhenltu. . As a torpedo was being lowered Items. dent is eniovinir excellent banner, because last was killed by an army of wasps a few and meanwhilo thero wis no in tho garden. The servant and her N. Y., August 21. The re toto an Vincexnes, Ind.. August 235-- a horrible near Ilichburg. N. Y., a majority of 132,00a Thero Fordtce MxnAN, nged thirteen, was days ago. Ho noticed the wasps flying case of lockjaw has just beenfrecorded in ' Plattsburo, law is ill, Frt that President; Cleveland Sawyer,and panions tried to escape,, but werb arrested. recently, the oil suddenly rose in tho ruuning in tho yard of his father's houso knew of. that any Republ.can official Cleveland is no probability of Texas changing hert around an old stump, which he struck with this citv. Last Saturday Dr. of Last fall the assessment lnnoned f t.balJ)lr: Fatal Case of Hydrophobia. well, and, throwing tho torpedo against near Versailles, a few days ago, with hli committees worked their local and Na- politics because the Republican paperaj Forks, for ,consultation, j3 false. u nhoe, and started out a hugeswarm, which Amy Philhpps, a fourteea-yeaSo- "mtuiu,, Miss daugh- , tho 20. A month tho New Orleans, August attacked him and stung him on the face ter of Mr. Henry Phillipps, of it was exploded, com- little sister, aged three years. On his waj tional machines without hindrance for urge the exocriment of breaking tie Ohio nnd Hat takers' Scheme. ago Philip Lowman and hi3 son Mike had a back he accidentally ran into a well, which Blaine, and. thougii Arthur was not a Democratic "soliditv. "Virginia, North He suffered terribly until he died. Mississippi railroad, shqps, stepped on a and head. pletely demolishing tho derrick, boiler had been uncovered, and both wer Southern-StateNew York, August 23. Hat makers and terrible fight with a savage bulldog, and A curious fly has appeared in Franklin, rusty nail, which ran completely through Blaine man, he dia not 1 ft his finger in Carolina and, indeed, all the - both were badlv lacerated. Their wounds sad engine-houseThe men saved drowned. held a meeting to preare reaping the benefits of their which is causing a good deal of spec- ner ioor. in a aay or iw o !ocklu- - sat in hnt finishers Mass., behalf of the law in question. The cry Monday the old man their lives by running and throwing healed, and vast lesourees, and it is true, ns anile, ulation. The Insects gather in patches suffei-e-for several dav the unforbmnt cirl nara a union label that hat makers should were attacked but last W. R. Irvan, a prominent farmer anc for reform is at this with symptoms of hydropho- taemsi'lvca on tho ground as soon as a living death. No ibMiVaI laid bereouiredto place upon all goods manu was from the sizo of a silver dsllar to eight agony. cry merely to keep Republicans that the larger the Democratic majority and the largest dealer in leaf to in great J factured. Tho proposition was mane to bia and died this morning constant attend- they heard tho oil rushing. All tho miller,in Colloway County, has made inches in diameter on traes. There are couki ue secureo to relieve her. Her been In bacco at in office and Democrats out of ofiice. the more progress.vo is tho State. refuse from one to twenty patches on a single agony was dreadful, and in herspeechless blacklist all employer? who should action The son, who had jshes in a house near by were broken beVirg.nia has suJcred under Repub;,' ance upon his father, now says that he the young girl finallyjdied and to use such union label. Definite tho benefit of his credi It is a humbug, and, as it is unconstituassignment for .tree. They run, but do not fly, although was any "y tho shock, and tho house was badly gins to feel symptoms of.rabies. buried ' was deferred. tors. tional besides, it deserves no man's re- lican rule nnd bossism oftener than Je the large ones have long wings. Wrecked. Buffalo Express. The Democrats have won the other Southern State. But Virginia, Gibson, of Mason County, R. J. Tarletox one of the bes spectCol. Mr. Robert Fastest on Recerd. will never more allow a man like Bold Jewelry Robbery. Lee Sun Ling's Little Speculation. Louisville, died uit to Mo., is one hundred, and nineteen years New York, August 22.-- The Sultan of Turkey, who caused known citizens of nightof cholera morbus victory auu are ontuieutriedtno iruits oi Canard Line to get possession of her affairs. Let the reform be under their old, and declares he never tasted whisky steamer Etruna, which arrived here toYork, Augnst 21. Lee Sun Ling, a Minneapolis, Minn., August 21. This Deolet Eflendi to be educated at his ex- suddenly the other it. New Democraucin 18 Si, Democratic in 1834, sixty-eigwas arrested this afternoon a bold thief entered the jewelry pense Wm. BKRnY Ferrkllj aged Administration. Thoy are as honest as day, mado tho fastest Westrtf trip on Chinese laundryman, is his life. at the Vienna Conservatoire, has remain Democratic ''so party, to say the least, Virginia will Democratic party repre- ' Mors than. 60,000 peoplo have succumbed record, her time of passage fria Fastnet morning by Inspector Byrnes' men. He establishment of Harry Legg, on Nicolet commissioned the same gentleman to in Livingston County, murdered a Mr the uigni mj rire xsiana, oemg six days and belongs in Baltimore. Last 1 ednesday he Avenue, seized a small tray containing the people have voted thom in and long as the Rogers with a hoo, and is m jail now at and to cholera in Spain. All the peninsular scnts the peoplo Itickmond State, if went into the laundry of Lun Sing, in diamond rings and pins, valued at $3,000. organize an Imperial School of Music Smithland. wars of the century have not cost so many the party out. Constantinople. The Sultan is said street. Baltimore, with a and made his escape- . West Baltimore President Cleveland is moving quite Margaret Callahan, aged rlC Miss lives. Peculiar Work of LighbiiL. bo an excellent musician, and frepistol, and demanded 575, which was deGoshen (N. Y.) police fores, all things considered. He will The A spirited young lady of Cincinnati is Syracuse, N. Y Aupustlw Five livered to him. He will b held to await quently plays pianoforte duets with his years, died the other evening of old age rapidly, move reported to have summarily ended an In- horses in Camillus were killedFbV light- the arrival of Baltimore officials. mom rapidly as tho fall has been supplied with rawhida whips She was born in the County of Cork, Iro doubtless Minister of 'Music. Tobacco Crop Destroyed by Hail. ineCks teresting and promising love match simply ning last night. Thoy had load, and came to this country in 1S30, flf eleotions come near, lie knows very to be "carried during tho across a wire Lock Haven, Pa., August22- - A destrucyears ago. She is believed to hav well that he needs to be indorsed by stead of tho ordinary locust clubs. Horrible Death. because her adored young man insisted on rodsawaj. fence, which was sWv sixty A thrifty resident of Milford, Conn., passedOffdunstable, Wayne, 51t tive and safety conducting his part of the correspoudence Harrisburo, Pa., August 22. Paul "Pine Creek and Woodward Townships, this who is worth $40,000, walked ten miles been the oldest unmarried lady in tht the Democratic party, and that he can Owing to the easewielded, it is with United States. said whiclT they can be was r. Appalling Wreck. not iford to endanger success by She declarwith the aid of a I Solsiehe, employed in a blnst furnace, Cook Humphrey surrendered to the aumuncu county, yesterday afternoon. The tobacco tojBirmingham to receive his dividend London, August 21. The Genoa,, cor- accidentlv precipitatou into to tht. wishes of a few thou- they inspire more terror among evileasily read his manuscript, aa ed she could furnished are totally vette Augusta has been wroka Her iron. The portion of the remains recov- - crops in the track of the storm tobacco dis- aboutSG.OOO investment, amounting to thorities at Morehead. and to answet sands oi mugwumps against those of doers than tho ld fashioned cluba.-- tr and did not propose to file away any t destroyed. These are th SS00. Ho said he could not $1,300 ball for nis appearance would not have tilled a quart meas-rThVihip wm ered cr1w 5f hundreds of thousands ol Democrats. Trov Timtt. love lvttan afford to biro a team or pay bis far ea our indictment against hlm tricts in the county. valued at ftOrta- It? . EmrlforA Water ponds in Chili were coTered with thin ice ou August 5. The American humming bird can whip the "English sparrow. The tin niines in Virginia are reported to be richer than those of Cornwall. The South Church in Feabody, Mass., ha8 not been closed for a vacation since 1713. It may be well for the girls to keep in mind that early marriages make early grandmothers. TnE Kew York Park Commissioners are preparing to make great improvements in Riverside Park. A Connecticut Judge has contracted the bicycle habit, and propels himself to and from the bench. TnERE are between 5,000 and 6,000 Ice- ers in this country. They livo in Da- . 4 . MAXWELL'S STIFE. THE COMMONWEALTH. &al4Tl!le AMa-nlflc- rnt An Anti-Germ- Demonstration Made at Madrid, f; an Underground Jtallroiwl Accident Conflagration. A Iu-lia- r Madrid, August n A I.VD., August TlEnCEVILLE, fire, causing loss of over $100,000, broke monster snalyt which has crtated the out on board the steamer Colorado, lying tense excitement here dunugthe past vj? off Plum Deach, near here, this evening. as not found bv the nosse of men The flames spread from the Colorado to tho boys who spent testerday searchin following ships, all of which were burned voods, and tho skeptical, who regan y a Hundred Thousand Dollar. Port Washington, L. I., August Spectacle, and n. T.onofOnly A Monster Snake feen Near rio'ccrille, Sis A 23. As A.ntgGerman y. WW Doodluirs Common leaf Letter from New Orlenns Ttefcrrinc to Medium leaf 3ood leaf . the Ilody, and Aertlii l'rellor' Fancy leaf Kxis.L'iice. Deairo to Obtain a Dead Body frash..... Common hiffS in Boston. Medium lugs....-...- . Ir VW SlArket. Hurley. Dark and Iltavy. 3 7Mfc I M $3 75 4 00 4 25 7'iia 8 7 &"& 6 0 00(?W0 13 0P&17 C 6 3 2:a 4 75 7.a6 5 B0 4 &0ft 4 75 4 7S. 6 00 25 00 73 50 00 5 60 d 00 6 500 6 70 8 KX&ll 00 12 W 0015.60 MaZ! 00 to-aa- to-da- Halt-Wn- to-da- y, Ulu-tjo- w. -.. . i11ortUdiMl -- A- -: ..i".. u. inciua-ingth- -- I t. " i... - -- ... - . a T - (...' gQirrcg -- -- A hv-" !. ., 1 1affiR3ihejneal9hool. w-a-s J, -- r Shop-hcrdsvHI- e. I w - be-lo- re n, T 1- - r-H- nml-rera- .: ll i""i" to-da- y, 'aci. 2., I ! . - -- 1 to-da- y THE PRESIDENT. It is tho Democratic party whoso support is valuable not the support of tho A. mugwumps, who will act for their own Ono of the recent incidents in tho personal interest however the two groat themselves. Tho President's experience with tho de- parties may shapeafford to President can not support a of Tiis own party seems thus far law that is both unconstitutional and bad ceivers to have escaped observation and report and that aims to bring humiliation to tn Washington. It is an interesting the high ofiico ho fills. Ho is doing one, as tho correspondence given below, well enough. He will doubtless do better without any delay. and aboat the authenticity of which no Tho rascals must unreasonable go. They must go quostioo ned bo asked, will show. for cause. The cause is RepublicanWhen the President made tho appoint- ism, which is offensive partisanship ment of the?Judgo referred to whoso from every rational point in view. N. name can not bo mentioned ho did it i. urupfnc upon recoresaendation. He is extremely REPUBLICANS WINCE. cautious,, a4 has disregarded a good many weHgnel. petitions, his ex- Conviction That the Democracy Is the perience lVKig taught him that it Trim Tarty of Jteform. wouldlbo possible almost to get a list of Nothing scorn1? to raako tho Repub- goodjsiguatires to a petition to hang Hcans wince more than to realize that tho lstmaa fe tho best city in ii is mo sciuua conviction ot tho peoof tho to in ple that tho Democracy is tho truo was - tinnsuaiiy combat this be iuia larW and s described as extreniolv lief all their batteries of misrepresentahoorable. ICAwas not a case that tion and slander are leveled against cfhld bo easily investigated, and. n Untlcr Repubthe tho allegea-carefu- l character of lican Administration. auspices, public ofiico was retlio signers, tho Trident appointed the man about whom te first letter be- garded as a mere question of spoils reform was regarded low was prepared. It cenis that the and fiction. candidate would have bc-- so bad. so as a pleasant thoroughly unlit, that ovtrybody felt Every department of tho Government free to sign for him, and th result of was permeated with this belief, and tho adopting this way of thinking was that natural result was corruption of tho an unfit man was appointed ani h.ts re most shameless description. President ceived his commission. Those persons Cleveland s famous utterance: "Pubwho have interest enough in the matter lic ofiico is a public trust," has proved to hunt up tho appointments mude something more than empty assertion The peoplo about the dato of the first letter are at under his Administration. of who this man is. Th? aro now convinced of the sincerity Reliberty to guess writer is not at liberty to do more than his professions of reform, and the present tho following letters sl'ghtly publicans seo their hopes of a depart mutilated, lhat of the President is tire on his part from the policy he laid and down at his entrance into public life certainly delightfully vigorous fading away. direct: All tho misrepresentations, lies and I. .July 21, 1835. sophistries in the world can not blind To the President. H'tttMrtflton. D. C : facts- They Deak Sin: Ttils community road tho an- the peoplo to the logic of to tho can see for themselves that the Demnouncement of tho appointment of Judgeship with astonishment and regret. ocratic pa'ty agrees with tho President If not pain. And nono were more astonished than tbo:o who bud signed hts petition. And that offices tinder the Government are I regret to say that my name is to bo fouud to be held only as public trusts and aro upon iL I have refused several whom I knew not to be monopolized as the rights of to be unfit, but I signed this one thinking it Tho of politicians. would novcr bo considered and not for one a favored cla-- s moment believing the appointment was possi- Presidont hns won universal praise by Dlgnlfletl Letter Trom Mr. Cleveland to Democratic Supporter. Christen-doaaThtrflfdorsome- nt 'tuiiv-yonuenco large-1upo- Civil-Servi- ce ante-electi- I J .; m t; i lodeing-hous- lf - doo-trin- 23j-O- n well-to-d- 20.--- A j- n let-to- r, m r f' - Mnj-sHel- '- -"" oue-ye- ar e. r, terror-stricke- I ed t'al-ku- p, to-da- y. hand-to-han- d - hot-be- ds New-Orlea- to-d- ay May-Qe- ld. .u. - I . gray-heade- ht g. Bab-coc- h rain-stor- m h Now-port- al I n Civil-Servi- ce 14- - " ... ... Twenty-sevent- h l, h sur-prisin- "- oil-tan- h Thirty-secon- d 4 tei t. i " To-da- y Scott-vlllo- post-offic- e, J pos-sibl- et i to-da- y, d d. d - Thlrty-fourl- h post-offic- e, Aiii-nat- : ...,. oil-we- h Civil-Servi- ce h TnaiI-pouch,a- Thirty-sevent- h Thirty-eight- h T ?:Ie-Ilneon- Civil-Scrvi- ce ll ld i bull-whe- s to-da- y s. ' Civil-bervi- ce mo-ment- d 'a . sii'-feri- ng . to-da- y. Ma-ho- ne r-T- he ht Star-Rou- te - Star-Rou- te ,jjr hail-stor- l day-tiru- e, ty-fi- m type-write- t lin ic ?!zS"er -- Ft r- e'iLU.- -. t Q- t - L" ''-- - wsw iF " T Ml - ' j . . liririepg- - ivifh Mi m. n mill Ml --mu.tt'lPT m I ii 'li i i, , ,,, s V? 4 w . 1 i .3 S ,J..-- - dlMHMHI ,, " W t plausible, to account for.her interest In neetrnl Imlrnn-i.r..t this man, who was vlrtuillr hardly more of uncertainty with which man ever apthan her father's clerk MiM'Dnane very proaches the insubstantial and mysterious properly assumed that'her motive was no "Fire up!" cried tho engineer; l'he is no GEOBQB WAJ1REN, Publisher. affair of mine. Her one concern was to burnt!" spare no expense in findine Julius Wright. Since our first start he had been lenniaj on his And save when KENTUCKY. at"w M!S0 7,tit7 su-- -you willnot put that tended rest, machine. Buthe mechnnicalVj HICKMAN. Walling," she said- "I can the now he turned conviction from my mind. And when you with n swift whirl, caught the chain find him give him thl9 from me." of the swung it opon witt I was obliged to tell her of my prior the stoker's accustomed swaying pull WHY HE SOLD THE FARM. u,IrJakine, and to intimate that I feared peerod into the flory gap with searching "Then why do I sell?" you ask mo again, that the mission was opposed to hers. She gaze, and slammed the iron door as if upot tor opn the note she had given me. B!? ctblu, an' clcarln,' an all? a foo. maybo Well, stranger, I'll toll you; though "Fire up! Why don't you put In coal?" Head." you'll think ":V Y 7. thousand It wanted half tho usual time, but I was (tho sum with It ain't any reason at all. which Wright had abco"aod) ra thl du3r constrained to obey. I had not yet wipe,! There's plenty of hardships In pi'necr life; paid in your uama Tfo theT. D- Hallway the blackened sweat from my brow, when It's a hard world n' stint, at tho best; Company. Your imtncdlato return will causo he whirled nliout again and opened the But I'd stick to it yot if twa'n't for this: tn cnargo ugatifctyou to be withdrawn." A heart like a log In my brcsst-D'y- e "Here are tho railroad company's re- furnace door. plainer!" tree, ceipts," she "Plainer he cried; "put in fee over there by the cotton-woosaid. and displayed them, moro coal I"and A. ciimbln' roso close by a mound Inside of a fence ma Jo of rough ccaar duly attested. ".Now. vou must see, the Ho turned to the window again as 1 one thing is to find Mr. Wright. Every boughs. With woodbine all runnln around? added day of his Absence makes it harder brought tho scoop. That coal never was burned. I threw it over the side, impelled Well Netty, iny darling old woman, lies to reinstate him " by prudential motives less than by a thore; She paused, gasped, shuddered, and put curious appearance Not reru old either, you see; that arrested me when out one hand toward me with a look of I opeued She wa'n't mor'n twenty tha year I come fright the door. And so, and pain. As I caught her cold slim through the t x West, of the run, while the fingers in answer to that appeal sno fel1 Sho'd be, eomln grass, thirty-threIIpw she worked with a will at our flrst littlo back swooning in her chair. Deathly as smoke gathered thicker, denser and more sho looked, I could not bring myself to fcetid, again and again, nnd a score of hut. that same Tn the fields and among garden stuff. call for . It seemed to me would be times again, we repeatedalternatingformula he commanding, I Till her forehead was burned, and her poor an infamous thing to expose it actual her to the obediunco with simulated little bands. compliance. of doThrough hardships, grew rugged and indifferent curiosity and comment my free Tho were thickening mestics and chance guests. With rough. hand I tossed the flowers from a vase close toward Helen, when the engineer apShe never complained; but many a tlmo after I have coino in and found her Just there. by, and dashed the water in her ghastly proached me, to the one of his wistful, reluctant visits lire. With eyelids all red and her faco to the faco. " You aro a good lot," he said; "you have East "O.God!" she moaned,."the firo! the got snud. Tho others all fainted You 8eo all her own folks were thore. dead away-t- hey Td cheer her and tell her wo'd go by an by merciless fire!" was couldn't stand it. Yes, you're Her left hand clasping some ornaWhen Jho clearing an plowin' was through; good pluck. Come!" ho said, ingratiatingBut then camo tho baby. Ho wa'n't very ment at her throat, dragging down the ly, "you look and see if he is there." supporting chain until jtlthreatoned to strong. I opened the iron door. "Yes, he Is there." strangle her. I bent to unclasp that clingAnd poor Netty bad plenty to do. Ho Eo after awhile she gotglooznv again; ing hand. It yielded its graip stiffly, and Into caught tho loaded scoop and thrust it Sho would hldeJn tho to cry; the pendant locket swunginto my own cried, my hand. "Throw it on him J" he We hadn't no meetin to speak of, you know, hand. The gold "and burn him up. Perhaps you can burned my flesh us if it Not a woman to talk to was nigh. were a coal. And with that contact an doI it" An sho wanted to show little Joe to her in unaccountdble thrill swept over me a tookshoveled thothe coal, then turned and folk; him by arm. She washungry, I s'poso. for the sight sensation like that we have when we seem "Why did you burn him up?" I said, Offaces and scenes she had loved all her to in a dream some pirt of a former Hocowersd behind mo toward thetemlor, lifo, existence. Out of thi3 vaguemistiness of turning Which 'twas natteral. stranger, his face from tho furnace, yot Butjust when we'd planned to goand right thought and feeling. I seemed to resolve glancing back at it askant, aa he had done over the the faco of Julius Wright, distorted, full of plains, all along, drawn toward it by reluctant horror and agony unspeakable I started. fascination. The devilish Sioux camo about. Miss Duane was languidly jopening her So we waited, it may bo, a harvest or two, "Sow I will tell you," ho said. "Iknow ' eyes. And then camo the summer of drought. he was Wright. suppose! That lert us poor people. The nest coming "I fainted again-- said, weaklj,No; pray all along thathis rooms,Julius yonder in We lived behind up spring the call no one," sbJ but with city my wifo and I my Josie. Why-y- es buch a wearisome fovcr camo so decisiou. "I.mem here grateful that vou An stranger hold on till I toll round; he got me this berth! Do you supyou-th- ero but you may give brought no now me, if you will, n cup of wine from the pose I'd have given him away to the comIt laid littlo Joo in the ground. pany not for ninety millions! whon he Ivetty pined to a ahadder, and moped by his cabinet in the corner." gravo the restorative slowlv, and came out here nnd told me he was sweet on Sho hor erei Brer B0 lar graciously smiled at my clumsy speeches Miss Duane, and had robbed the company so clear, to get a start for her? No, sirl He carried mat I Knowod we had got to anisoon to tho of sympathy. go East "Then you will make additional efforts that pile of notes with him day and night 1 cared about keepin' her hero. you know how much I to give mo relief, will you ir you d seen her poor faco when at last I arises from pure anxiety not? For this got by giving him up. of itfiredcouldmehave He and grief. I two for could say mouths, a'e with me, slept in my bed. The never swooned in my life until a fortnight , would tako her home visiting Well boys wondered to see me so thick with Sam never forget how she put up hor f ago. It seems contemptible to trade upon Barnes, my fireman. Fire up I Is ho J Into m no. and for Joy cried a spoil,hands one's wcauness, uoes'ii. uut: uut well buo dldu t feol strong though, that week or you men will let yourselves bo moved by O. it's no use!" He took up his recital: got a letter that night atBelen. There tho next. the sight of physical suffering, where tho "He An the cough an the increased, extreme of mental anguish would make no was a picture in it See." uut softly sho'd whisperfever couldn't speak impression." she He took from his breast a letter ami a "Madam," I said, "what does that locket photograph. Blood was on them both. "We'll go by an by-- to the East." The faae iti the picture was the face of a Sho never got east any further thanthat, contain?" Itight over there under the mound; She started with a haughty, questioning woman I had seen often enough in a luxurious littlo cottage on our northern bay n Cut I m going to tako her und Joe in the glance, that became lost in wonder. merry, blonda face, with perfect teeth spring "It holds-- a miniature." To hor father's old burying ground. "Perhaps a lock of hair? Yes, I thoueht peeping through the parted lips the type That, strangor's tho reason I'm willin' to as much. Now, let me advise you. Take of woman who could smile into a man's sell; it from your neck, with care to touch only eyes while she dishonored him. Vou can buy at a bargain, you see: the chaiu, put it away in a safe, or drawer he"I happened to come behind him while it s mighty good land for a settler to have, read. I saw the picture, and knew it Uut it seems like a grave-yarwhere you will out of reach of contact to me." with vou, and I guarantee you immunity I knew the writing. She signed: 'Your Texas Slftlngt. loving Josie!' I stole away without bit from these swoons. "What do you what can you mean? having heard me; and the first mile outol Belen I struck him down, and took my fals What do you know?" THE HAUNTED ENGINE. wife's picture from him, and 1 "I know no moro than yourself only burned him! But that there ii a subtle essence of relation him first he was mark you I killed dead when I thrust Aa Encrineor's Torriblo Rovonge between the material and the spiritual that him into the But I've been burn our finite, faulty knowledge has not ing Upon a False Friend. through him in the flames of hell grasped. You wear the portrait and the hair of a person for whom you have a and burning alive! Fire up, and see Is hi strong congenial affinity, and on physical there? O, yes ! I knew it You see, on By such parties as were in the habit of contact with it your this run it U all reversed. He begins t orfrequenting the Transverse & Devious ganization receives the force of his suffe- grow into shape back near Walling, where fell into Railway Company's oIHces, Julius Wright ringstay! it may not be bodily suffering his bones coals. ashes as I stirred them into the The melted lumps of hit it may be grief, or apprehension or jewelry must bo well remembered. This observaare in my trunk at Walling tion is supposed tqapply more particularly remorse." head drooped. KOHhl clean mv engine that night, and 1 Her proud to the toilers and delvers, who were not "I believe you are right,'.' she said; "my found them. Well, he grows and grows in likely to meet the man under other condi- folly has been so great that I have fancied the fire, until he stands like life on the spot where I killed him. tions. Socially considered he wa3 very I found actual consolation in touching the der ahead, where aYou'll see soon yonpile of rock is over a arrauged lock of much more of a swell than apperred at all hand. hair I had fancy that Ito meet my Mexican grave." can rememjustifiable by his position or his personal ber howAnd now I And in truth, when the headlight flashed every attack of this nature has qualifications always excepting that in- been coincident with such a lapse of weak- on an upheaned cairn of stones, Sopped by a rough brown cross, once more John Stacy definable, oiysterions quality known as ness. At all events, I will experiment on cried in my ear "Fire up!" and from the magnetism," which is, as novelists and your advice. My very life is sapped by these swoons, from which I telepathists inform us, quite independent nite recollection, but a sense bring no defi thing in human form, pallid and bleeding of of either beauty or merit. He was an ble horror, and peril to Julias indescriba the shape of Julius Wright Farther and right." insignificant little fellow, not over five feet All tho restlessness and the intensity of farther the dead man pressed the living, to fOUr in his rrtnrryanta TT jiiss uunno's own spirit seemeu to possess the very edge of the tender's slippery step. ir . ...cu j. iu BtJiiuuK m train. face was alert and keen, but, to mv eye, me when I went to Walling. And nil futil The cab was empty, and a few nxls farther of effort seemed to always fraught with the peculiar expres- ity and sion of a man liable at some time to go confront and mok me. It was easy back John Stacy lay beside the rails, stoiu Addis", in Sim FmkgUko dead. 1. II. wrong. One does not follow any business enough to set auy Walling tongue about "the swell that firejl'tor Stacy, for the years that I have done without learning to recognize tho signs of potential and skipped between two days," but to the MR. RUSKIN'S LATEST. guilt that is to say, in faces of the active published facts no one could aid a word. type. I never try to analyze a pretty face ; Wright had been a clever actor, and had A Wrltor Wlin "Will Not Ho I'opalnr Vnth 1 can not do it. I think no man living can! given no clue. His record hero was like .. tlio Clill.lreu or the "Wright was a man of accomplishments. the outward life of any man in hlsrappar-en- t station. Stacy was willing engugh to Ho could dance and sing, and play prettilv In future, we should say, Air. Ruskin upon several instruments, and turn off neat repeat his story, but it was the same unlittle verses vers de societe isn't that the varying account he ha 1 already given so will not be particularly popular with term? And ho was a manly little chap; often. His conclusion of it now began to the children of those who aro could swim and shoot, ride, drive spar and be colored, as I have intimated byla touch to judge from a letter ho has been run with the best. So, as men liked him of resentment. He was evidently not a for his and women for little vain of his unassisted management writing. "Tho father," he says, "should his and liberality, AVright was of his great machine in that memorable never provide for his children, lie night-ruand jealous at hearing that a popular man. But I knew a thing or two about him. I others had surpassed the feat. Indeed, he should educate and maintain thorn t: was not surprised when, after had become so arrogant and unreasonable the very best of Ins power till they are a few days of uncertainty and suppressed astohavo offended most of "the boys at of mature agi." Then, "whon they rumors, it came out that Julius Wright the yard." Walling being a division ter- aro strong enough, throw them out of had absconded with a sum of the railway minus, tho little town was a general stop- tho nest, as tho bird does." "No forcompany's funds reaching well up toward ping place, wbenco tho men were varioustho hundreds of thousands more than it ly assigned to tho trains dispatched night tune" shoild be "left to them." Tho "nest" should always be at their disappeared should have been accessible to and day. e "All Stacy wants now is a him. The general inference and the natposal "father's house opon. says Mr. to make a way-up- ural, was that he had betaken himself out diamond-pi- n condnc, Kuskin Air. of the country to the refuge of a govern- but ho'll have to sport a double chin before Uuskin but "nothing moro." does not say what ho moans by ment not on terms of extradition with the ho can get to bo a director. He'll be a United States. Great, then, wa3 tho as- runnin' tho wholo thuuderin' line pretty "mature age." so that we aro loft to fix tonishment of the community whon it soon," said a railroad man, onj of a group tho period of maturity for ourselves. piazza. transpired later that the escaped defaulter lounging on the boarding-hous- e Somo would place it at ono tinio, some "Well, he can start in right now," said had been living for many weeks in easy reach of his pursuers, and actually in the another; "and I'll copper on any train ho at another. And, moreover, Mr. Kuskin employ of tho company he had robbed. It starts. I'd sooner drive the devil's dump-ca- rt docs not tell us whatw to becomo of the than to lire on "23" a?ain tn.nfi,t property which would, in ordinary was no wonder, haid his late companions, with retroactive admiration, somewhat That engine's got the phthisic, and she's course, bo handed over bv a father to misplaced, that the ofucers of the law had go'n t' bust nnd blow the whole crow over his children, if he had it to hand over. failed to find, in the stoker of a freight into Utah." tram over the southwestern division, the "Give us a rest," spoke up a boss from Is it to go to the State, or to an instituspruce and fastidious individual who had the machine shops; " '23' 's the best on the tion, or to any other relatives than the division. Thy's not a rivet sick about unfortunate offsprings? been almost a social autocrat in the head"Honorable quarters city of his company. her." children." says Mr. Kuskin, "will "0, they ain't, ain't they? Well, what I their own houses." But that ishave The newspapers got the story, of course, not want to know's what makes them sulphur jnd gave it the usual send-ofy with .ilways the case; and what is the use of down the cab fumes ju"st and all the alliteratiou you could settle a sieveinout of Jemso thick the said children make "providing for their with a the dictionary would supply. I remember shot-guI swear, I thought I'd choke parents." if the sa:d parents do not re one of their phrases about "Engine 3 Jo pulling into Walling with importance" fn quire to be provided for? Mr. Kuskin. "That's so." said a quiet little fellow, is good enough to lay down that every clank of tho metal," and "the pluck "no who was busily plucking out his mustache, and power displayed by the engineer; who week 'fore guilt should ever stand between child had to report a notable occurrence on his hair by hair. "I fired on breathe; and and parents;" but, though this sound; run." Briefly stated, it appeared that No. last, and I could hardlygot worse 'u that, somejiow I "23 bad come into Walling scared, and generous, it is not wholly intelligible. minus her fireand well. I don't know what was tne People will still want to know why, ij man. The engineer's story was that some twenty miles back, as they crawled up a matter, but I went to sleep or fainted, or they have the means, they should not hard grade, the fireman had iumpsd from something and when I come to, there I "provide for their children; cold sweat, and Stacy tJifa and the rll oua .nl identity .UUi.Uui,uian))iu; ms 1J f. to tbM was a lying full o' engineer, togetner with a satirical messace shovelin' double coal right over my head." only persons, wo fear, who will salute "Them's me!" cried tho malcontent. Mr Kuskin as a prophet are those who to the directors of the road. "Scared! Why, my heart dim up and mav bo glad of an excuse for castm 'fuml,8ays hLto raa-'fmy tongue, and it felt as big and their progeny Wright that's me their office was Julius clawed atdriviug-whe- l, upon tho world. London better hard as a and keeled over. than a school of polytechnics. Say, Stacv Gents, a pas- Globe. cnn'll fire?' And with that he jumped! senger '23 'a freight, but she's,got Spook, His name's Mr. tn rnn tnurn kn . - and his aboard. iust as we star-taprofession's warnin'. 'He's served ACCIDENTS THAT ARE COSTLY. fc brought hw in alone. Lknnvr 'j5 got a I could notion o' w uu we was ux snort or hands to do notice on me that 23' call one otthe boys from the twists the brakes layin down on licr bark, und makin Th Externa That Railroad Ar Put to ly Krentno JIot,,OrJluarr Accident. t.0 I just .come on and fired for myself' poached duck out o' me. I'll promenade Tired? I should stnjle! and so shaky and over, and sort ' tell Mr. "You occasionally hear peoplo find caught out." starty I couldn't sleep couldn't even set I'm "Suppose he'd pnt me on in your place?" fault because managers of railroads dc down and eat. You betl The boys'U tell I said. how all broke up I was. But I daresn't not prevent accidents," said a railroad about stop short off. No, sirl I just rustled of Tho men gathered decisive me with notes man in Jersey City tho admiration, both and other day. round and cleaned the engine, and put her It was an off hour, and to bed myself. Well, I've heard men say me over to the ollice tho bunch escorted "There may be bears among railroad and presented me to owners who rejoice thej-- could run an engine sixty mile and fire the in wrecking railThere was much for themselves, but I'm blamed if I could! mock ceremony, Twenty's enough for me," he said, with that would not conducted with a gravity roads that they do not own. but to the discredit Parliament, and practical ra:lroader a train wreck is a what struck me as rather daSant emphasis much and a keen, underbrowad look for I got The humor of a quaint, original cast. big loss directly, besides the loss in looked annoyed when he prestige which follows." the story from his own lips, when I was saw ray credentials. Hitherto he had bent out to Walling to work on the case. "Is the rolling stock so costly?" deemed me what I appeared a supernumI am not,.as a rule, an imaginative man, erary "hand," awaiting assignment. "Ye, a freight train for instance, "A patientkpersistnt plodder" that is the don't like this,'" be said, having that rolls - characterization I once heard as made of bidden me into his private office. "Couldn't half of isdown an embankment, where burned will give you a good it me by our chief, who is given to allitera- you make your opportunity some other idea of the loss. The average emnne tion in his rhetorical flourishes. Thus way? lacking imagination, it seemed to me little train. It's taking such chances for the is worth $7,000. A common frofht O, was to be jjained by following Wright to right, then. you can fire? O, that's all car is worth $475. or perhap3 $o00. Just Walling, whence he had gone with no form couldn't risk him so Stacy has help I The ordinary gondolas are worth from alone." of taking leave. But to.Walling the chief "Drink?" I said, casually. $400 to $l2i. An engine is rarely chose to dispatch me, after two of our best men had come back from a fruitless stay of".Not a drop. 2J0 r es3 jt j? the strain ruined beyond repair, but a wreck can the other night. He's getting all broke there. knock $3,000 out of it just as easy up." "Certain uncommon avenues of At nine o'clock "23" stood coughing for as rolling oil" a log. A buried are abnormally alive to impression her start; a shining, car is a ruined car. of course, and reJ,8 said; "I'd like you to go to mighty. Tho great yard lights shone on tho pairs on those that aro crushsd may ailing." 5rown cars of the through freight cost anv where from $50 to $200 each. And to Walling I went, after some prea innf lino liminary training under the fireman of a behind her. strafotn'nn. sno.li n 5a no! ,, If a n.issisnrrer local train on one of the company's branch like some arciculated sentient creature. A group of the boys stood near, and speeded ordinary roads, is burned, $3,500 goes lines. us with ... up in smoke. Theso figures aro But the night before I Btarted I "Look out yc-- dsa't lose your mate again, cars in use. and not now outfor the note that surprised me. It intimated got a of the that btacy," cried on; "this is another new my services were muired by Miss ilira-lcshop. From this you can seo that l man, and it's just a month since wrecks may happen which JJuane, and requested me to upon cost a comber at the earlier t opportunity. wait Du- the other said sweetheart !" Miss When I looked at Stacy after this, his pany $10,000, and yet nothing is likely ane had but iust returned from a trip face was as white aa tho aerated fluid in to be said abont them in the papers unnbroad. 1 could not conceive what We had less some ono gots hurts, and not then could want of me. Moreover, in viewshe the tube of the of my impending departure, it appeared not scarcely left the lights of behind, when I felt a 8ing8kr sense of oppression. if tho railroad men can keep it quiet." much worth while to obey her summons. AT. I'. Sun. Uur Binoke seemed to settle down upon us, AuU yet and yet her father was President of tho T. &D. Railroad Company; laden with sulphwwa as when There are several accounts of tne Julies Wright had been a guest of the train was a "'time ran "J1'1 mISht obtain Incidental data. this period the boncoa week, and at origin of tho name "Emerald Isle" for ao?e. Duane Miss lfeeVas clear for our pass- Ireland, but that which seems to have was a handsome girl, of the lark, h?roic type. I had seen her coming age over thji whoMiv;sion. Carrying the tho weight of evidence on its aide is tho water supply ia a.itank.car, we had no mi the steamer, and I was genuinely oie run. We claim on behalf of Mr. "William Dron-nahocked at the change in her in a fort-ni- R ono of tho ablest writers among way.stations, fast Wfts karaard anil thin, as if clattered past ,S10 she hail been ill for months. She wasted .Ulre,ad'S, save for the throughL the United Irishmen. He was born is Hl?ii!in,0 u ma,'nc ber wishes known. She WKWVe clanked mount- - 1754 and died in 1820. Ho was tho au wiBd to employ me to trace up Julius P- if e dark thorof several poems, including that " rth . Most women would faavj assumed tera, gatherir .werfl .oringT i tmiaped-uWe hurled undertno title of "JSrin." in which ht i reason, more or less hb BMOife kdowy shapes o uses me uue reierrea to 'ffli-nffir-- ' , "- - - B- -nri The Hickman Courier, PBETTY, BUT DEAD. A Hiarhly Moral Lootur on the Foollshno3S of tho Sterner Sox. in e fire-tio- x, - d fire-bo- rc-s- e. question as to tho class of people numbered among liis conversions, Mr. Jonas answered that the number included lawyers, I notico with sincere regret that another doctors, editors and newspaper reporters. Xcw York gontleman has lost hlg Ufe a "Some people have an erroneous idea." result of In thehahdye continued Mr. Jonas, "that the newspai-chabit Tills habit is now sapping tlJ0 r,f9 blood of many and sowing tho seeds of death throughout our entiro land. Tho hair itself is not Improved by dyeing as an Indian is. Tho Indian, prior to dying, Is disagreeable and annoying, but afterward ho at once becomes docile and harmless. Tho hair when dyed becomes rou?h, and if colored a dead blaclc is tho gloomiest r The Phenomenal Sllllne,, of Mankind General, and tho Sttipldltr orDjolns Tltclr Hair iu Particular Aboriginal Kxperienceg. REV. SAM JONES. How the Noted Southern ReviralUt Looks A ewspaper-Mai- t' Talk With Him. Eev. Samuel Jones, the famous revivalist arrived in the city yesterday morning. Jlr. Jones greeted our scribe with a hearty rolling a quid of tobacco In his mouth at the same time. In reply to a hand-shake, FARM AND FIRESIDE. An Unfortunate Mistake. ht-lp- way-statio- corn-flel- d re-li- -- 1 .If J 11 d fire-bo- x. le bl"''rPSf,-fVlHr- ouT-t-nm- non-fruiti- " Ar-gona- U'ell-ta-il- well-to-d- o. good-fellowshi- p, love-maki- n. not-muc- h Jew-stor- f, extra-heav- head-line- s, n. ':' men aroocyond redemption, but my vork ' In the South proves the falsity of such a notion, as I succeeded iu the course of my labors tliero In reclaiming a large number Eight I know of. You tako a heavy mous- of press representatives." tache, and after coloring it a crushed tom"Do your converts, as a rule, freeze to cat black, hang it over a now set of white tho faith attor once embracing it?" asked commercial teoth that wore madalor an- tho reporter. other party and you have a plcturejwhich "They do; but joccashwally a few fall will make a horso leavo his stall jvlt.li back into their old haunts this being-dopleasure. lg' to Improper nursing." Hair in its natural state, when growing "What kind of nursing do converts reon tho head of the original owner, is good quire?" thing, but when used for Its third orlourth "Spiritual nursing. When aconvertonce time it becomes distasteful. Thenlf we grasps the truth ho must be put through a try to color the hair and make it look pretty thorough course of religious training, in instead of combing it and alIovingit to order to prove to him the wisdom ol his remain the samo shade as nature designed m ove. out of ten In nine convert it to be, we fool ourselves moro than we do sticks, provided, casessaid bofore, the receives as I he j other people. encouragement and religious instruction for Nothing looks more beautiful tlian some time after his change of life." p&nted beautiful hair growing where It was "To what do you attribute your unpreceby an All Wise Hand; but nothing cm be more pitiful than the picture of an old dented success in revival work?"' "In tho first place, tho present year is an widower rising up out of his grave en the morning of resurrection day with a lot of unusually good ono for tills kind of work. The has risen like a mighty London dyed second-han- d hair and a let of and faith marks of its good work cyclone, on all left dollar-stor- e teeth in his hand. tho tho jieoplo are I have made some experiments In the sides. In more secondtoilace. relhrious wants, alive their hair lino, and I fiud that 1 can Jcf my becoming grocery account run just as long without and loe no opportunities in attending religious Infraction." hair as I could with hair. So that, the 'Don't you think, Mr. Jones." queried tho purposes of trade, hair is not essentia". Let us go still farther and see how It is scribe, "that your auditors are In a condition when they acknowledge about matrimonial matters. It is chimed tlte d by widowers especially and their conversion in They "Certainly not listen to the Word bachelors w1k were born a long time ago, and In that gray hair or seldom hair is injurious to of God preached by His emls-arobedience matrimonial opportunities. This depends, science riso to the workings ofof their connewly-infuse- d in the possession of course, upon who the victim is to be. If faith and acknowledge their converslieibe a voung and skittish thing from the kindergarten, w ho regards hair as a mark sion; g that boing the case in all instances of conversions." St. Louis of success In life, ierhaps you aro right iu trying to improve on nature; but if she be the kind to stand up aud light for you inTO HUMANITARIANS. stead of with you, a large assortment of damaged hair will not catch her. I know that a man with five cents' worth The Melancholy Fate of a Pet Cat That AVat I.tlt llolilnd by tho Tamllj- When of liair may marry far above his station in Thry 'Went to tho Country. life, for 1 have tried it miself. So the dangerous ami foolish habit of wearing the hair that has been rifled from a foreign morgue Is not excusable on tho ground that we can not be properly loved if we aro bahu This ought to be equally true of the hair that is gray. People who have nice gray hair should remember those who thoir hair with a Turkish towel. If I hid gray hair instead of a sito for it, as I now liava I would spend my time largely combing It instead of blacking it Those who black their hair as a rule do not comb it as much SECOND DAY. as tliey should for fear of wearing off tho blacking. Is it not singular that a man should prefer iiaralysls and black lwlr to yfTrcJ hoalth and handsome white hair? Isn't it odd that a man who Is old enough to know bettor should choose to be a piemnture angol with dead black hair and a dab of hair djo on his nose when he really don't have to? The other day I saw an old jwrty who had two long brmdlo trifles of hair pulled in front of his ears and colored. On top ho had no hair and behind he had neglected to color it, so that when lie looked in the OXE WEKK. mirror and had his hat on ho could fool himself, lie certainly did not fool anybody else. I could not help thinking how he would look when Gabriel sounds his horn and the old gentleman begins to scrabble around for his hair dye and his hat so that he will look pretty before the judgment-ba- r. Wo should so live that 5,000 years from now future generations will not stop to ask: "Don't he wear his own hair or that of a total stranger?" We should lead such lives that people will be sorry when we are TEN DAYS. gone nnd regret it for two or three days at d least It is better to die and beloved than to live forever wearing coal black hair and surrounded by millions of people who assure us that we need not postpone our death on their acount Still there Y are men who do not care for all this. rSeithor do they care for health. They would rather die n pretty paralytic than to live white-haire- d and on the square. We talk much of the folly and vanity of woman, but, when a man really becomes ambitious to be a star fool, he shames ai! TWO WEEKS. the female fools of his time Into aa early grave. Bill Nye, in Travelers' Maga e r THE XOTBD EVAXOBLIST. III fr senil-frenzl- ed revival-meetings- gray-haire- y, camp-meetin- Smoking plum trees with sulphur A fatal accident has just occurred at is recommended as a preventative of the the St. Louis Hospital, in Paris. Two ravages of the curculio. male patients, one of whom was beincr Egffs at twelve cents per dozen give the same food value as lean beef or txeated for Bright's disease, and' the mutton at ton cents per pound. Eggs, other for tuberculosis, were ordered a thorofore, aro economical food, and spoonful each of a certain mixture. The they aro excellent for tho farmer's principal attendant pupil in the apothefamily. Trot Times. cary s department of tho hospital made It is said that scarcity of water is T,Tk. Preparing the prescriptions, ono chiof causo of tough beef. AnilCad ?f the reluirel mixture mals fatted in summer on succulent doscs o dcadlr to food aro more tender than those of tho the nurse. These were 'given to samo age and character fatted in winter. o, after ,.1 Wnfoftunale n It is that whon a cow on W!nf?,Ul0 fatal dranghte. fell back pillows and died without utteraborts in a hord it becomes contagious, u his is due to a disease which causes ing a murmur or n mnmi 'ii.. c tho difficulty r&thor than from anv intendentof the hospital instantly held physical disordor. No cure is known, an inquiry into tho causo of the deaths, and tho loss among the herds annually and summoned the chief apothecary to his assistance. Tho latter communiU very great Albany Journal cated the result of his terrible mistake If yonr blacksmith insists upon to burning your horses' feet, says tho whothe attendant pupil, a young man had National Stockman, in order to mako aminationpassed a highly creditable exin pharmacy before entering tho shoo? lit, hunt anothor farrier at once. Tho horseshoer who will do such' the hospital three months ago. The a thing is oithor an ignoramus or is too pupil became almost delirious with delazy to do his work as it should bo done. spair, aajl attempted to poison himself on the Bpot. He was afterward allowed Milk toast (for invalids) : Tako a provisional liberty pending his formal couple of slices of bread and toast well arrest by the police. Paris Figaro. that is. crisp. Tako now milk or cream, also a bit of buttor (varying acIn Alaska in accordcording to toast required), andrael?ina ing to a late letter,midsummer, continuthe almost saucepan togethor. Then dip iu tho ous light of day shines slices of toast, lot them soak for a green slopes, shaded hereupon bright aud there moment or two, lift on to a deep plate with dark timber belts, rising up from and pour tho remains of milk and but- tie deep, blue waters. An endless vater on top. Serve verv hot; add salt as riety of bright-hue- d flowers, the hum required. X. Y. Herald. pf insects and melodious sonir of birds. Currant Vineirar: This fino ino- - together with a degree of heat dispensed gar is made by simply pressing tho u im solar orD winch to our fruit to a ma.h, let it htond a nicht, I thickened blood appears oppressive, thon strain the juico off clear and till would cause a stranger suddenly transbottles to tho brim. Set them uncorked lated there to think himself in any in tho sun. or in a warm place, until tho country but Alaska. Chicago Herald. fermentation 'ceases. Any littlo impurities that arises skim oft' with a piece of Payment to singers has sometimes blotting-paper- , and cork tho bottles taken an odd form. When Mile. Zeile, well. White currants are excellent for a vocalist from the Theater Lyrique at delicate pale vinegar. Ked ones mako Paris, was making a professional tour a vinegar equal to that mado froin the around the world some years ago, she finest red wine. Philadelphia Call. a concert in the Society Island, The putting up and marketing of faveagreed to sing an air from "Norma" butter in good shape during the sum- and afew other songs, and was to get a mer months is an almost impossible third of tho receipts. When counted, task. Tho butter often comas into the prima donna's share was found to turmarket really unfit for use, when, no consist of three pigs, twenty-thre- e chickens, 5.000 cocoa-nutdoubt, it started from the dairy in fine keys, forty-fou- r condition. Farmers should put up their besides a quantity of bananas, buttor just as well as tho regular dairy- lemons and oranges. men, pack it solidly ia vessels made especially for the purpose and iu every The gold engagement bracelet is way preparo it to go on the markot in as popular as the engagement tho best possible shape. If thoy do this ring. Only diamonds, rubies and pearls thero will soon be no reason to com- are used on these bracelets. The old plain of selling butter in summer at ten superstition about the pearl, that it to fifteen cents per pound. Prairie brings bad luck as a wedding gift, Farmer. seems to have gone over entirely, and Tho Soldier's Broil: Half roast, or now it is said that emeralds and sapstew, or parboil a moderate-steeshoul- phires are the "unfortunate" stones to der of mutton, lift it into a hot dish, give for bridal presents, although thev scoro it on both sides down to the bone, are highly fashionable as gifts any day season it well with fine salt and cay later or to any body else. ir. Y. Tribenne or popper, anu nnisn oookinjr it une. upon a gridiron over a brisk hre. Thirty years ago an attempt to raise Skim the fat from any jrravv that may have flowod from it. and keep tho dish sufficient money to buy a town clock which contains it quite hot to receive was made by , the citizens of Farming-tole., but failed. Last week a fair tho joint again. Warm a cupful of pickled mushrooms, let a part of them was held there for the same purpose, be minced, and strew them over the and enough money was raised, together j broil; when it is read' to bo served ar with that collected three decades of range the remainder round it and sond years ago, to buy the which will be placed on top it to tablo insUiutly. V. Y. Herald. of tho new county building now being constructed. 1 osion Journal. SWINE. A well-know- P3tie. The rrlJcmic of Crim. Whence comes this epidemic of suicids nnd murdera? Recent discussions have named several causes. Hon. H. Iteevo, or Jtxlmna, charges it to iufidel teachings uuimuj; mui, uupeiessnes3 or a iuiuro sbato cripples fortitude for bearing life's ill3. Another declares suffering from tho universal business doprossion tho canse. A third wnUr attributes it to increasing insanity, a physician thinks much of tho tendency is inherited, whilo temperance advocates lay tho responsibility upon strong drink. havo committed suicido, but so have orthodox churchmen. Financial straits have besot many, but tho wealthy nuve also taken their life. Insanity and dissipation have preceded suicides and famUy murders. One feature common to almost every such crimo challenges attention. Well nigh every report of suicide and family murder men ions the perpetrator as having "for some time been subject to melancholy." Wbenco oonios this? All recognized medical authorities tell us that the Are which consumes tho brain Is always kindled by derangements cf digestion; that pood digestion is impossible without pare blood, and pure Wood is uovor known when the liver and kidneys ore out of order. Under such circumstances, a prwrentivo should be sought, and for this Warner's safe cure is.sovereign a fact conceded by the best authorities in the land, and 1C 13 especially commended by thn celebrated XJiVJ XjCW13' l Rochester Democrat. a Kroo-thmke- rs ? ?na ael1 from th" for to 3SJ00. The former are the bestcents up ui. it is easier to "raie the wind" at that price. Xorristown lltrahl HAY-FEVE- R. Cream 1 mfferrrs. It IWng, fi.ui.2c4 opon expttriencc and a Mire eur. I tfit t&lcted wfchllarTevcr for twen Tears, and nererbt-fT- i Ib my opinion, e I can recommend Flj'i r Blm to all ny-FT- CATARRH lief. uh, MarsbScld. ttmiMl vennfcaeTii re II 111 A l CREAFtl BALM has eMb(1 an enviable rpp- displacing aU olhcr A mF P Vl" H ra'IiwM. A rart'cle is up- alJnaa a piled into eafu . no pain; agreeable to me. I'rlre.SiKvby mallora' drucK st. bead fur clrcnlar. - ii f k I Ul iLV BROa-HBK- ittusslsta, Owego,S.T. totiYSrCMbnHDLfc Dr. J. BjtAiriEi,DI Lave afcrn several bottles of yoarremaleKfgulaturfirfauini; of tne womb and other dteeateacumoined. of 16 years' sundlntf.and really iHitt I am curtdtntirtlv, for which pleane Jrtfelt thank. I know yoar highly In hh ed my life, to yoa see 1 can nor speak too medlctuo its favor. s, l0ii mm i X IIIV I ; ng Jm1?1 Tt?.TJf- Henpectfally. Mes W. E. 8Tnncs. Ridge, Go. Snow, been setting JS0- - &J?A,,"??BDTI 1,aie-J Kfif'w for yearn, and haTe had a increasing demWMl for It: ltptTeslhe very frequently sell It o phyitclans Til'?.ffct.!'jD. -itheir practice wlih t he mot s atlsf actory n.TnoXA.s,M.Dlrnscls. ald'a,Oa,Jnne59.ms3. tend fLr Treatise un Woman. Mailed free. lSA2riEU Kioct-sto- b Co- - Atlanta, Oa. d i n, long-sought-f- time-piec- e, - The Proper Summer Diet for Young- nnd (Irowins: I'Irs. is no better food foryoung pigs There after weaning than good skimmed milk, with a littlo sweet, moderately fine irt bald-heade- zine X n 1 J . rom i- Train-Dispatch- er sim-er- e. train-dispatch- er. train-mast- er Said this duffer: "My dear, lot us iJf irK .L.o uuiuu,i linear. van cer .. la,, Kk,.",.r,.,"t ft!5 ,"el, - recept-Ivene- ss fe3 VY Of yourself, love, tako care, This umbrella will answer ror;ao." ". i.v ri.-i- here? The Family Itepreneuted. Jones (at the circus)-Ile- Jlo, Saith you to come eood-natM- ,- ofss;"uTay.iiad Jones ht ood-by- e, "Where's the boy? Smith He was taken sick moment and couldn't unc atih .,,jJ,i 4 f ' " JTIU- last . water-gaug- e. orAlwtractionS clerk took his gtl out f0r the other nlghT, and In a moment of absentmindeduess, he was waiting upon a ciistomerSd5 that cor- A some dry-gooIce-crea-m A rit n, ski SSS.teSaU- signal-S5SJ- "Anything else?" i She took lemonade and cake, jf A I'nslilunult'o ltnardine-ifi- "What class of boarders JSJjou?" ho asked of tho landlady while looting the fourth floor lock; "Yes, indeed." sho ivniaiS0i,IC tho biggest mrvm. . p I J ww biusln town boardRSii, a VU0 "'- vw - stands unrivaled. It nn cuoli nlnnn orite Prescription" and builds up the sys- WILHOFT'S FEVER AND AGUE TOHIC cures the complaint Cloar milk would be hotter, but milk tem. Bend two letter stamps for pamphlet A warrant d cure for all diseases will pay a largor profit when given in to World's Dispensary Medical Associacaused by malarial poisoning of the Mood, sach as Chins and Ferer. connection with somo grain. Milk tion, Buffalo, N. Y. Fevr and A gee. Sun Pains. Dumb alono is rathor to bulky for a solo diet; CbUte. Intermittent, Itcmlttent, A Chicago firm Is Introducing wooden too much and it distends tha stomach B'lious and aU othr Fevers cauned into this country. Tho small boy by malaria. It ia also the safest gives tiie animal too much to do to get illppers a sweat for fear that his mother Is all in cure for enlarged Spleen AE and rid of tho surplus water. Many young will tako it into her head to buy a pair. Fever CakO. General Debility pigs are spoiled by overfeeding. 'When Burlington Free Fress. C7ForSa!ebyaUDrugglsU. adPcrloc.curaiia. first wonnod they should bo given a CHA5. F. KEELER, Prop., Chicago, III. Pieree'a "Pleasant Purgative Pellet," little at a time and often. They always Will put a foot in tho trough, and food Positively Popular; Provoke Praise; Provo Peculi&rlv Prompt; Perceptibly sl wi.l be paid any left before thorn a long time gets so Priceless;Producing PermanentProfit; PrePotent; jrnB SJrnin for dirty that it may bo ontirely unfit cluding Pimples and Pustules; Promoting Pun or same also that can Pet'.can and bag as much t.raln to bo eaten. But one of tho worst Purity and Peace. Purchase. Price, Pro' rbei"linnnt any as onri'a--Cmothods of feeding milk to pigs is to ty. Pharmacists Patronizin,; Pierco MU.V.VJSCfll Oraln cure Plenty. and have it stand in a sour swill barrel, 55SuW2ri1S nnd Meed Nctaratorwith Itaeseroroar ImnroTfd AVarvhoute Mill mixed in along with cucumber parings, 1 sit all alone, Equalizer, which we offer A poetess sighs: sweet corn cobs and other kitchen sit bv myself, I sit "I alone." If she irciiiar and Price thrap. all I.'st mailed free wastes, till the whole mass is far ad- would stop writing she might have more IfEWABK MACHIKE CO.. Coicmbus, Ohio. vanced in tho fermentation stage. company. ' f Sweet milk is good, and milk that is i Ari'LTAToscEroitAXAaExcif roit slightly sour may bo better, it may bo PiKE'sTOOTHACrrEDnors curolnl rolnuteoc. Soap heals and beautifies. 25c. even more easily digested, but milk that Gltnrii Sulphur Removkb kills Corns & llunlons. UFE , n i bubbles, 1 11 the sugar in German Conx soured until it h it has turned into alcohol or into vinelovers remain By Hen: rclr j Poorc. qmctnl Elngrapher V. S. ii said that In England It H Tltfany.l) D. OetfheonioCT-cfri- f gar, is not a fit food for swine of any engnired from three to five years. The and richly WutirateJ work. Comple'e t r .m tne age, and certainly not foryoung pirg English lover, however, doesn't have to cradle to the grave Sereral yfurs In preparation. on. Demand Uenormons. Jion'tb it, every week for his girl. that have just been taken from their buy Aernt'Viiiitvl. OatB 7V. A I1ROTUEIM. irfr ', Addrei. Chicago Tribune. promptly If a alimnillAJin mother. A hog will endure consider" I'uli'ri, Si IT. Fourth Ml, Cincinnati, Ohio. J able abuse, will live in wet anil iilthv TJssthe great specific for "cold in head" liens, will eat almost every sort of and catarrh Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. filthy food, and often thrivo fairly well, but a. pig that is kept in comfortable THE JIAKKETS. quarters and fed upon wholesome food will pay a much better profit to the UNEQUALLEDFORCEMENTIWCI C1NCINSTI. Alljrust 25. 18S5. owner and furnish much sweeter pork 00 for the barrel. Nearly all tho diseases LIVKSTOCK 4 00 8500 Choice butchers SO which hogs aro subject to are caused by HOGSr'Conlinon toLD CfMPNT r.ci Gloucester: EV EHYWH ERE. SuddIs Tin Cuu tent br AU11. Sic 55 4 - 4 30 Hi 65 (iood pacVers cold, wot pens, or by sour, inferior swill. 3 IM 3M Good to choice Better throw surplii milk away than to SHEKP 40 4 7& FIXHIK-Fat OS keep it until it rots aud then force it "d . MONTH. & 91 ONE KdJ red down tho throats of swine. Farmers & 47H fTti No. 2 mixed ... ?6 should keep swine enough to tako all 24 mixed 57 Kye Xo.2 the wastes of the farm while in a fresh 13 00 00 No. 1 condition and then supplement it with TOBACCO Common Luirs. ..12 75 ...b0 fc'J 0Q the let in Hire world. Grt the kKennlne. v ... .. ..10 00 &13 ;,good wheat middlings and corn meal. Mediums hit onr Tnidf-mnrnnd la foOSO ..9 CVtC 67,' cry nekffuzer'a. auuu PKO VISIONS Pork Mess markeu 'Our own practice has been to keep pigs . j,rUI'r me steam.. enough to take the skimmed milk each HirrTKK Friio Da.ry..-- . 15 & 16 OAT. JtmjUlKS US 23 "On!" R. U. AWARE .PHcfc.""! day direct from the dniry. room, with THAT out uie use oia swni oarrei to store anq' lujivTANO VliGtiTAIil.KS. 100 1 15 Ifotatoesi, per burrol f. LoriHard's OUsatxs Pii sour it in. A swill barrel in summer is" "rAppies, pr.nio. per barrel.. I 25 S ISO A 1'icnlc Cake. NKW VOllK. a nuisance on anv farm. We could lvartazarMlfnfaff.'trLorffiarirflj "You first see that tho pan is well never find a good place to keep it FLOUK State and Western ..: 60 St 409 Use Lenffliie cut; that LorillanTs m Good to Cho.co ttut Mr) clipping, anaruauty Lomuras raaHmare 5 01 ft 525 greased." where it would not draw Ilios or breed CHAIN Wheat-N- o. ice ixsi ana ccnsiaerea & SO'i 2Cbicao would be less object'"O, of course." lies. In winter it Jo.2 rert Palmer's Piano Primsr, Corn No. 2mlzcd ionable, but it is a nui&ance at all times "Then you put it in the oven." 32 to 43 H. Shrrtrood. A. It. l'arsona. Cartjle Peterallea, etc Oats in J VOUK Messactd aud in all places. X. Y. Herald. "Yes." Inrklaable to teachers and Inilisptnuabla to all learn .. - 10 25 4S10 60 era. it1d? time and lair or tenebcr worth many LAltD Western steam &S45 "In an hour it will bo handsomely times lta cost Price. In board. 75 cents. CHIGAGO. browned on the top." Address 11. K. Palshe-MuHoc. New York City. A Texas Centipede. 5 00 FfXIUK Stale 'h1 Western.. f 4 50 "But you haven't named tho ingrediJSrUM's BUtase, and 5 GRAIN JtWhfHt N'o. 2 red.... 84H ents." OltQCn Diabetes. tJi Kldnfya.i.l Urlnnry Troubles. fc 78 No.2Ch.CBKu spring The centipede is not n pretty insect County. ingredients, are of no conseu bprln?, "O, the Corn No. 44?ite 44S Ohio, by !. At Or 1 llrutvn, M. 1. Dr. C J. quence. Almost anything will do." PhilaHe runs too much to legs. Once Ij Oats No. 2 & 2S Turner, A.t. Write lor parUcnlars--- r. H delphia CalL iy thought them of no use, but after seeing rOUK c Mets 8 57H& 75 6 20 6 10 I,AHD Sleatn a lot of littlo Chiricohua Indian pa commission. IWMrtcr rtllev. VULrJlCtlV and Increase szpnlencellyearai A Welcome Visitor. ed; Fetation It.VLTIMOUl. pooses pulling centipedes from their FLOCrt-Kan.t.Apnnf. Write for circulars and waau 4 75 S3 S3 "Tell your mother that I am coming to a. iv. a iuj. S SS holes and greedily devouring them,' sec her soon," said a lady on Austin avenue Corn mixed orauilftuandnnesttoned f as to Mrs. Snlverly's little boy, who was play- legs, poison and all, I no longer doubted" i world. Oats in xed Addres &12 60 ,. .11 UKuAMOfts ing in front of the gate. "I am glad you tho wisdoin and beneiicence of thoir PP.OVISIONS Por5c-Lard Betlirxd glad to see you, creation. In tho course of my checkare comiu' and ma will be 1NOLVNAPOMS. I Bans and Wares sent CL O. D. any. too." "How do you know she will be glad ered career I have had several adven- Wheat No 2 red -- 5 e as -(2 Wlss. StrehliCoUTiAVabMh-sT.Calcaso- . ahere. Wholesale and retail to see me?" asked the Indy. "Because I tures with centipedes and always came Corn mixt'd a 43 El II. C. I e 24 heard her say yesterday sho would be glad out second best. A centipede can raise Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. somebody who didn't come here to to see a blister on a man's body quicker than Tlour-A1 $4 15 collect a bill." Texas Sifttngi. & 33 red a red hot iron, and if you don't imme- GKAIN Whcat-N- o.2 47 Corn mixed diately apply a remedial poultice of Oats mixed In a Stock. Treated and cured wttbont'the knife. - 28 & 27 Laying senvsroj. pounded prickly pear and dose yourself POHK-m- ess GANGER lkiE on trvarmen. Auror. juuicw,ui. 410 00 Young Wife (to husband) Don't you inwardly with LABI) steam ............... . which latter notice a difference In the milk, dear? 1045 : Is warranted to kill anything but an A.KJC Young Husband Yes; this is much betarmy mule the resultant cflects may ter than we have been gettine. bo serious. Centipedes usually attack Young Wife Very much better. 1 got it their victim at night, when ho is asleep of a new man. He said he would guaran- and can't defend himself. They are FOR. HAGAK'S tee It to be perfectly pure, and so I bought nrmnil with nhrmf. :ll littln lancfts con enough to iast for a week. A. Y. Comveniently lashed to the toe of each foot r mercial of which they have several and at tho base of each lanco is a tiny sack of ''tjiWhat a rrlRlitfnetl Eilltor Wishes to venom. If a centipede crawls across 1S a secret aid to beauty. your body which he'll most likely do "As your wifo is away I will leavo the if you lio'down anywhere- within a half Many a lady owes herresh- Mustang Liniment is older than printing office only one ticket to our socia- m'lo of him you'll have no difficulty in would ratlrtr ness to most men, and used more and ble this evening," said a benevolent society following his trail and you'll remember woman as she left the Enterprise oflice his visit for weeks. Xo man ever died not-tell- , more every year. and you can'titelL-- puff. For the benefit of from the bite of a centipede, but I have after a sixty-cebitch people we announce that our wifo ia known uno to mako a man wish he rJ,v I now at home Altlford Entervrbe. dead. PMladtlMa Timtt v tfrnfc wheat bran and corn meal stirred into it. There should not bo a large proportion ofanoal iii' tho.inixturo at first, nor so long as tho pig is making growth, though corn meal is excellent to finish oft" fattening with. Many a young pig lias been spoiled by overfeeding with corn or corn nioa 1. It is impossible to o crnnjl rrrnurth frw-w- The wall paper of the room at St. Helena, where Napoleon died, continues as itjvas at the time of his death.This pattern is preserved in France, and a new supply is manufactured and sent over as it is required. " Srrc tried her prentice hand on man. And thon sho formed tho lassies, Ol" "WW Is woman's worth?" asked a fair damsel of a crusty old bachelor. lie did not know, so sho said: W. O. man (double you O man). But a woman feels worth little if disease has invaded her system and is daily sapping her strength. For all female weaknesses, Dr. It. V. Pierce's " Fav- ".miherar ' ccdbytvcrsT jgof thenerv-ou- s trt y tlied'amuptnlheryireralndacecby nnrIc? sn u'd at once c Tamer.ce uslag K'i'K"sr. , 3J4a4&uVtTrClet. lt 'Ibub s.rfCRlh to the m'it ' . and jtcpr itb the supply .r tte littlo one. lii'lKt t l.oil has be n In ueforthlrty ltimeir unKu rr.. onsje! fur yrars a I "Ri . J and America, therefore Is not an tried p. .pa. a., ..a. r -- f- - hXone Gennine nnless bearing this Stamp JAMES LEANS' $3 SHOE. nC! T ct FV ftl Hade la Battn, Congress and unexeenea C .ace.4Mi'..a rsian.Comfort t ami In DuraWUii, m apptaramx. A postal cardIOUSW1U D)nns oa lnformation how to pec this Shoe In any State or Territory. r33J&iCS 2s.xf JUeana A Co., v Lincoln St. 41 l!oston,Uais. zk -ML ""'CSi s Jj 1 vr ik ,5s';fSc"r?-- J. if. ,"v ! i i iL Mi VTZt-'K- K. $50 Reward iaM Lt f M PEM fiEIiiT of j&iia ui!.i AG: LIQU8D GLUE. fl Cattlo-Comniou- JS f ! mib . - GUAlX-'beit-l.ongb- erry RvAZER Oats-X- o.2 HAY-iTimot- AXLE GREASE. 1 Goi-f- t JVill uutc -- r 2y cne-ie- si. $$5: pot-pa!- s. . milj GKAIN-Wheat-N- o.2 a 0 la-r- s. alOCUttM-iUi- , . epricet,tatypav-'m.lforcatxtoru- e. Mes prtcc-llstr- Xo. 945 post-whisk- .. .. I -- - Man and Beast. Magnolia Balm - jt,vho . nt we ?- - . -- .a . s. .ii ranfH'i lit &3&.. Certain anarchic papers, grievMoscow to the Front. Council Proecediass. ed by tho refusal of the people to Moscow again to the front with IIieuitAsr, Ky., Aug. 20, 1SSG. call a constitutional convention old race track fixed up, the jflH' Council met Present, Councilmen Beck nnd cheap in the constitutional way, are cry- her EhEQAKTnow Muiaes, at JERSEYS ing out for a ''revolutionary con- placo where the old pleasure-seekinman, Case, DeBow, French and Wilting. people enjoyed themselves in On motion, E. Case wa3 called to the aug28-4- tr J. Ambero'b Bons. vention." Tho inherent and sov days. AVho in all tho chair. ereign ngnt ot tuo people to iaiid would object to spending a The minutos of the last meeting were School Booka and School change their form lino of of goverment, read, approved and signed. Supplies, at Samuel Sandrum. Mayor elect, appoarod &e., is conceded, but tho will of day at this placo aud lot memories MoonK & Laxdbum'h. 0f amusement refresh their minds in oen Council, and baintr duly 8vorn in the people now appears to be aug23-3- w days; who against a now constitution. These of boyhood be so callous of our by T. M, French. Circuit Clerk, toak the tJjJp 7Hu would to pleas chair. papers argue that tho ignorance youth On the street Tho northwest had a killing and indifference of tho people is ure as to stay away auu uoprivo grantedmotion, uezt meetingcommitlee wad to report on until said frost Monday night. the solo cause of tho failure of those old race veterans from com Moscow Avenue. 6TI1EET The liouisvillo Exposition is tho people to vote "the call," but pleasure. Our enterprising mo uormam now open, and in good running in this they are not altogether munity luiH suuusuufair, and enter- - On motion, ordered lhateheckabo hwued races, : right. Some ot tho best intelli- element of Messrs. E. T. Smith & for tho following pay-rordor. prize, and Sl6 40 Weekending July 11 gence of tho State oppose tho Tho Hickman County Teach- call on tho grounds 13ro , v. 13. Jones cc Bro., J. M. oo oo ijj 8 00 " 25 ers' Institute convenes in Clinton, stitutional tinkers that tho con- Hoberts, Robert Scearce, Billio! will make it " f00 "8 Aug. 1 'I Sept. 1st. Crostic and others, have taken "no bettor," and may bo worse. of A. A. Faria for The Tho Kentucky corn crop this The people distrust letting the this enterprise in hand, aud aro S1G4.54 lumber account approyed, on mo being properly desirous that the counties of Ful year-wil- l bo nearly doublo that of fouco down without some guaran a Fair, tion, was ordered paid.that checks bo iwed On motion, ordered tees, aud there is no authorized ton and Hickman establish and aplast year. aud incorporate the samo; tho Tilden way to give these guarantees, point 3rd day of September, 1S35, to the officers of the August election for That storv about their pay. lot tho two great parties and Cleveland rupturo proves to But,State, the Democratic and of as the day to invite aud solicit tho 81DE WAT.KS. Re community and country at lanro tho be a "canard." On motion, ordered that tho street comin- - State publican, convention, legal mittee The Henderson Journal advo- pledgotheirfaithasto the changes to attend, aud assist in establish steps toprepare to take the necessary to recompel tho property ownera tho permanent oxistouco ot so cates Hon. Oscar Turnor for tho they will favor and oppose, and ing a purpose Fulton coun- pair all side walks now out of order unless Governorship. these objections can bo measurar laudablo had a Fair that many at work is begun on them by the ircxt meetty on co this Council. Mr. Hi Love, who lived 3 overcome. Bnt for a "revolution tended ; Hickman county has been ing of uiotion, Council adjourned. On died on ary convention" to bo assembled moviug in that direction at Clininllos south of Fulton, ' R. E. MILLET, C. C. Attest, wilL result m trouble, ami revive WW tho 24th instant. ton ; and all farmers, mechanics, thft strifes of tho "Old Court and p ii:, and competitors, all over this &, The cotton, corn and tobacco iTew Court parties," &c. , in this at the countrv, aro convinced of their On the 19th instfather, county, MayeB, of tho South aro reported j!iKops of toAbeneficial influences in tho ad- residence SusieherJ. Fxvnch,Jas. W.of Hugh Jagost on record. tftwycr's Opinion of Interest Es., Mr. wife J. A. Tawnev. Eso., a Ieadinz attornerof vancement of art and science; al- B. French, of Hickman county. ThoBo.countiea where the as agriculSincere condolence itf oxtonded Bmout was increased aroTibus- - SWinona,.Mini,,write8: tlAIterjuiiW1,tI('r so, all productions of thocounties. reaved husband, paronts nnd tntho berelatives. more than fb re clears ;i talte grea P.'eaf tural prodncts of our iug- the Board of Equalization. ure in atatmg that i regard vr. 1V1 ? E ery one is also fully convinced Tho deceased was a most amiablo and estia " woman, Tho railroad war at Memphis New discovery for Consumption, that at Moscow, .on tho old race mable young all who and highly loved and knew her. An apeateemed by beat remedy in the world for Coughs ana geographi- propriate notice, written by ono who knew caused tickets to sell last Thurs Colds It ha never failed to cure,? he moat ground, is the proper day from Memphis to Xow York eevere colds I have h.d, and lntariauiy cal location, and naturally adapted her well, will appear next week. . to such an enterprise. The best for $7. relieve? the pain in the chest." Trial Bottles of this eure cure forail watered, best located, level and CITY ITEMS. Mr. Dick Kelly, of this coun Throat aud LuuK Disease may behwi'ree open view any placo in tho two ty, liau 6 line young mules killed at Moore & Landrum'a Drue Store.jLargo counties. of "With those advantais Qtirlliismiie, the by tho Illinois Central road, Mon bito $1.00. ges will not the citizons come out now located in Mooro & Landrum's drue day. Certain enterprising citizens aud see for themselves, aud act etore. His skill and reliability has been located Tho Public school commences 1 of Moscow are moving toiorgau- - for the interest of our posterity ! proven, and ho isgood his hero permanently promises. on to alwayy muko Monday. It is desired that as i'.o an Agricultural Fair anIUaee A barbecue, with all etceteras, place, that dav, aud a good time guaranmany pupils as possible will enter Course Association at that 4Kfi5iJ by tho day or week. y Enquire of Jlra. J. B. Bryeon, over J. T. D. the first day. and desire to make it a union as- teed. Powell's store. Hickman aud Bolton BelvaA.Lockwood, late pros sociation $?ircnSt Court. idential candidate, is delivering counties. The advantage oftsuch SALE,-O- no pair of extra good conducted, in The Horses. Apply to. addresses at tho Kentucky agri- societies, properly of stockgagn-cnltura- l Circuit August term of tho Fulton tho improvement D. D. SIIUCK, Court convened Monday, cultural fairs. aug2I-2- w Jordan, Ky. products and uicchauical His Honor, Jugo Campbell, pree The Taducah is conceded ; anuSnos-co- siding, aud Commonwealth's Atindustries, has Rurlingrnme, the man has become disgusted with being centrally located con- torney, Chas. Thomas, represent- established a reputation aa a skillful work, wings and incontinently dump- venient of access to therger ing the Stato. his man second to no one in lib line, and huned them into tho river. portions of the two counties apTho time of the Court, to date, dreds for whom he has done work will eviMr. Jos. Hubbard, of Her- pears as a proper placo forsuchg has been almost entirely taken b dence his reliability. Call at Moore & Landrum'tj. nando county, Plorida, and Miss an institution. The citizenspov-m- Commonwealth cases. haye apCHOICE lot of Cornell iJecf for in this enterprise Tho biifciuess of the' Court is Pierce, of Columbus, Ky., are to 5o per pound, at pointed the 3rd day of September, nrorressinr well, and ronort of be married, Sopt, 1st. McsB & Shaw's. 1SS5, as tho day to inaugurate the cases of public interest will apFrance seems to bo doomed work, aud on that day willEfve a pear next week. Tor Sale. a with a scourge of cholera. The graud barbecue, etc., en tfi6 old GttAXD JURY. A good portable SAW MILL, 25 hojyo ?i pestilence is spreading in Toulon grounds, and earnestly iuyjtc all Hwer, and in good W. D. Smith, .Tas. Herring, Na- .MULES and Log condition. Alxo, FOtf R aud'jEnltou and Marseilles. citizens of Hickman Wagon ; and 7 Yoke of Hammond, Taylor Hard, Hen-r- v Every river town between counties feeling any iuteresTm the thanDavis, Allio Alexander, Jas. Oxen, Wagons, Chains, &c , comploio. For? further information, apply to or address, ofwisn Mayes, Louisville and Cairo is firing in its Union Fair, to attend, E. T. SMITH, J. T. Walton, II. H. Wilprotests agaiust tho discontinu-- a them success. Moaeow, Ky. son, J. Kirk, J. F. Stowe, A. T. augll-12- t nee of the packet mails. Thompson, Juo. W. Blythe, Thos. Aa Answer Wanted. For Usnt. A tremendous exposition Can anv one bring us a case ofiKidney Gleeson, Mat Adams, J. II. Leg-getThe eplcnded store room on Clinton scheme is being arranged to com- or Liver Complaint that Eltfctrich iters street, lately occupied by Alexander & 1y""" 4 1 I" I "il1Mliirim. n,Jfi-.tas,wi- i.t cy?ffr? LOCAL NEWS. . - ' . g 4 aute-bellui- n : "Wc havo adopted a Cu?h System, doin,; bus'.nepsa witli as little expense as poeaible.M Carrv a cood DiocK oi eterythmc m the hue ot Dry Good. ISotions. Clothing, iisots,' Shoe's. Gents and Ladies Furnishinc Good?. Cariwts, Floor Oil Cloths, Table Oil Cloths, &c. &o. &o. "Everything haa been marked down to a close Cash Y in." Wc aro, head- 3E3C O JE3 .martyrs for Men , Women's and Cliildren's S S "' a fe5-"- - win i IS PAY-KOL- ll v 1W PALL CLOTHING! ) 3J. - i IT 1 Watrh-make- r, We have rcceivedour 3tock of Men's, Youth's and Boy,s Clothing for fall and winter, and we are offering it at very low prices. We have a very large line, which embraces all the desirable styles in Cassimercs, Worsteds, and Corkscrews. Parties desiring to purchase a Suit will surely consult their own interests by calling at headquarters. . Our stock ot .footwear, lor large and small, is the most complete of any firm of the Purchase. Uur best goods are all warranted. Our prices this season on Jeans aud Flannels will attract your attention. We will close out balance of Spring and Summer goods regard-los- s of prices. Call and secure some rare bargains. J havo the greatest variety, from the Cheapest to the very best for men and women "PIT"). We can lav of a truth that we have the best that has ever been sold by any merchant in Hickman. Every pair of those Warranted by the Manufacturer; dont bo humbugged into paying an extortionate price to others for a SHODE that cnn'Ltouch ours for Style, Durability andNcatntoa of fit; butcoi.m to.ua andbuv ono pair as an exneriment. and you will bo convinced that wbat ., .... '.. mtp TATfrem nninu imnop rvf. TITPL'M V SHOE HA.ICTDS!Ej"W SHOES A fSB T0 ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. i THE K?a-o- : CSli"-4S7if&t.'S5- . . . -- , . (3rzm .jK;. v-K m tJ T3T A TnTO ' . MAZ)S3: FSAT'CTEIE STJT2l.PASSi2TG 22T "EFTHB?? 1 OF A3LX3 ZZHLZ1 PRICE. OTE0EHS flying-machiu- w Watch-make- r, A -- Jt 12 IN TOKE Combiner Volume Withand Swootneedj Purity IN TOUCH Combinoa Llprhtnosa, and Pliancy. Elasticity IN FINISH Combines Beautiful Desiffn and best Workmanship. A.TL.X. a -- ::3 . y 1h MatoliloHS ItESI'ECTS Mootit tlio Wants Instrument, and ltt Mniiiiliiotin-eavJUo to It of Uodlro to "buy tlio TtlZsST I?IA..'0 tliutTIiobo oitn lo 2XutlentH.lvcaaoiiivllo Price.: ITOH tj T, F, BY WILBURN iriA.3L.23 FOR FIVE & & CO., CO.,' Nashville, Tonh, Agts. for K. DOKMAK EVERY PIANO WARRANTED YEARS, t. ST jr memorate the centennial of the will not speedily cure? Wc aaj they ca Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, TETIT JURY. not, us thousands ol casea alreauysperma. on reasonable terms. Apply to French revolutioa hi 1S39. nently cured and who ?re Tinco Moore, J. W. Brown, T. E31B3 B5J52-51Erf's! ESSJ E. T. GARDNER. Elcctrio Bitlcrs, Miss Addie Paschall. of Ful- Bright' Disease, Diabetes, Weak; Bick, or D. Brown, J. U. Cayee, Win. & SHUT are Belling No. 10 Mit Lunsford, Eli Robton,, who has been visiting Miss any urinary complaint quick cnredThcy DKXD CHILLED PLOWS erts, W. Meuitree, Geo. Shaw, MUSE n Mattio Taylor, returned home, purify the blood, le'late the boweh, aud for $7.60. Xow is the time to buy. Again we make special notice of the immense stock of new Spring on the diseased parls.Every Ben Green, Nathan Hagan, W. act directly "Wednesday morning. & Shaw. Muse Goods, consisting of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace Hi Brown, Y. P. Bur, bottle guaranteed. For sale at 60cjp bottle England expects to have the at Aloore & Landrum'a Dru;j Store! M.ZEfr nctt, Jas. Barnes, J. C. Roper. TU Burliagame, jf locaSToolsTCT-oar- , exterminated in a sparow-hawk- s Samburg1 Embroideries, Tor, John Townscnd, "Wm. Bo'ndurant, ted permanontly in IHokmau; and if he A few days ago an association Jr., Win. Crostic- - Tom Griilis, fixed your watch, h always at home to few years. In thia country it is oh.021 raoes &c. TO k but of workingmenat Pittsburg adopt- Arthur King, N. J.Bushart, Israel prove the reliability of his work. the sparrows we sestfeae-iMjifesf- ' congress at Clark, A. J. Whipple. a ed resolutions asking without hope. Also, line and cheap Hem! mill I'omlrr. it next session to appoint a com Tho Kentucky wheat crop Tho 169 paid by the Travelers Insurcauses of adding n complete lino of and Allon this year falls short of last season'.: mittee to inquire into the ot tmtie colored, Barnes with Jas. Maybe, ance Company during tbo month of April, Have in stock aud are constantly the existing prostration , Mm, crawl lar 1SS5, on Life and Accident Policies togethchained Tho yield 10,500,000 bushels. n b HG B B I aud devise measuroa to remedy it. ceny, were given t ami o years, er, amounted to SI 12.612,51, or a fraetion Fa 'i heavy corn crop will, in a meas- Before the British parliament was respectively, in tho penitentiary. mere than fifteen dollars a minute for evure, make amends. prorogued it appointed a commis- The grand jury refused to indict ery banking hour of the month, T. .M. FRENCH, Aoxsrr, ! It. seems to bo agreed that tho sion to consider and report on the Si Reed, co'lored, charged with beat Hickxan, Ky. Wo are6ol e agents for the American d Shoe Company for ' legislature will extend the act subject of protracted depression ing an accessory to the murder of Men's Ladies; and Children's wear they are certainly the best and'pret ' Superior Court, which in the trade of the country. These Hillsman King and wife. creating the Plotter lot.s, and Builder's Hardware generally. A complete lino of ticst Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our would otherwise oxpiro by limita- two similar movements on differFor sale, by W. D. Dieatelbrink, all As low as the lowoet. tion in September, 1SGS. ent nidee of tho Atlantic indicate sesCircuit Court will be in Scoolss, ITails, stocic ot complaiu- - sion several days of next Aveek. The report of the Agricultural clearly that the trouble Money saved by buyintr of. Department on the condition cf ed of is not local nor peculiar. PLAUT BRO'3. & CO. of all kinds, from a Brad to GOd. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, WiTn a majority of Democrats tho crops for August states that The Rev. Richard Grogan, in tho civil service commission, All kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of thero is an improvement since last cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and id STOVES, TINWARE, COOKING Stato lecturer for the Royal Tem- the work of reform now hamper- Limo, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, report in cotton and corn. much cheaper than the usual price. We have the lateststyles of Men's, plars of Temperance, delivcrod ed by Mr. Dornian B. Eaton can Chloride oi Soda. For sale at Boys' and Cliildren's Hats. The best quality of Flour and other Family COWGILL'S Drug Store. The Ladies Aid Society gave two temperance addresses iu Hick- go on. and Housekeepers Supplies generally. Groceries, constantly kept in stock. Arow is the time to get good bardinners Monday and Tuesday aud man, this week, with fair and good gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be Ice cream supper, Tuesday night, results. Ho is decidedly the most IIiixitY Waiid BiiBcnDU is said Don't forget that Salmon's & Ilaas yard, from pleasing aud fascinating temper- to be hopelessly iu debt, and a Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK, convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. in the court-hous-e among hogs from etoii the Cholera it, or money and keep a liberal ance speaker who has lectured thoughtless spendthrift which they realized refunded, a specialty. .them from taking Wc extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sco us. amount. hero since tho days of tho inim- whom it is impossible for trades- by will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. Our prices J. W.COWG1LL, Druggist. A band of counterfeiters, 4 itable and unamiroaehably elo men to collect bills. "W. Bain "W. & CO. I In number, which has been suc- quent Geo. The Eev. Green Clay Smith is Important to Shippers ana April 3, 1SS5. cessfully operating in Webster Fanners. On tho night of the 27th inst., tolling the people of Chicago that county, has been arrested. All y MUSE k SHAW announce to tho public aro now in jail at while Cole's circus was passing the Prohibitionists will carry the members DEALER I2NT Hint they are propareu to hanulc any and two years hence. through the railway tunnel near Loulfeviile. all kinds of produco for shipment by river Parkersburg, Ta, the roof ot tiie or rail. Special attention given to the Medical authorities assort tunnel being too low, demolished Teachers' Institute. shipment of fruits. All business entrusted that the prevalent fashions of three large cages, releasinga numto their care will have prompt attention. drawing back tho hair and fasten- ber of tigers, kangaroos, monkeys, Hickjiax, Ky., Aug. 21, 1S85. Will keep plenty of barrels and fruit boxes ing it with hairpins arc tho cause etc. The train stopped An tho We, tho committee on resolution1', ap- on hand. KI s pointed by the Teachers' Institute, do subof nouralgic neauacnes, so com- pitch.dsrk cavern, until tbo ANn pQ3LtlKE JBIG CLjUMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," PATENT mon among women. The Rreatest voriety of Ladies and Miss? mit the following to the vole of that body, were secured and the pen and a little printer's ink : to back up the but a stroke of os Shoes, at PLADT'S, warranted. If fail to reouires Representative elect Rounick, one of the kangaroos being kill- now assembled : " Abdccisi give satisfaction another pair will bo given claim with the proof is a more difficult matt er. None of my would-b- e Sujjpcrts J. Resolved, That wc tender to has been attending conrt somo of edJSTEW r Frai;e Richard, of Logansport,Prof esorour ormonev refunded Also GODSHAW & rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the MEDIC INEESI Ind., peoPLAUT'S Hand Sewed for men warrant best1." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they this week, mixing with tho say when Wash heartfelt gratitude for his practical, eff- ed. s Tho ple, acauaiutiujr himself with any SEWING MACHINES icient and earnest work in our midst wc asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" Secsays: needed or wanted legislation of ington correspondent do deenlv feel the beauty, force and prao Do you want a ond Assistant Postmaster General ticabihty of his clearly demonstrated CHINE, SAW MILL, THRESHING MA- gooxk- - This is a good way for people !cWho keep inferior goods and wish Ms constituents. STEAM ENGINE, .ilrp ... rrn VJ w.v.l.wtj, KUU if nriA.:rsrr3 Knott will not take action in the methods, and trust that, by the universal SOKGIIUM MILL, COTTON GIN, CORN i.IU JH."W thorn JjV Vr "lilnwiiifr " lutt lb IJ UUl U.XJ .!.... . nnj Thero is Baid to havo been river mail service question until adontion of the same, our public schools CRDSIICH. or anything diafinverodakind of tobaceoAvhich f . jv..'l.ir.fifr .,..1. .Ml tlrt ! 'will c'entually crown his brow with unfad lino? If you do, go to in the machinery TDlLEflBTlCLES ' MUSE & SHAW 3C 3D Nt. srjni-'"- " i smoked or cnoweu, win iuuuo a about two weeks. Soraoparlics ing laurels. That our Superintendent, If and Ret their prices. They ro agents for tm man forget ho owes a dollar in tho Jiesolved, Prof. on tho line routo sent in petitions J. II. Saunders, merits and receives the the Kinpsland, Fcrgusou & Co's, Machineworld. Some Hickman merchants praying for &c, &c. warm thanks of the little army now ar- ry and Mill Supplies. &c., &c, 2&s. is th thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate E&LOW PRICE$x must bo soiling this tobacco. rayed; may the broad fisld, in which he services. with Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, labors &o energetically, yield for him a rich IlucliIcirH Arnica Rnitc. Mayfleld, says tho Democrat, and bounteous harvest. Cats, The comJudge Caswell Bennett, of Jiesolved, Thatwc tender to Prof. B. C. "RrniKM.BestSalvr in the world for Fever and.lraakcs horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you ggfPrctcriptions filled at any hour, day or night, Ring night bell after 10 bclook-- . is improving so fast that it is Snrm.TTIppra. kno what good FURNITURE is, aud perhaps you don't; if you want r. M. Smithland; Judge Dulaney, of Caldwell our earnest thanks for the uso of Sorea, Tetter. Chappsd Salt Ithnnra. pelled to "import a number of Hands, Chilblains the.test give me a call and I will show you. mechanics from Paducah, where Bowling Green; and IlontC. S. his comfortable academy, and more espe uorns, anu an oiim Lrupuons, ana posi also agent for the Diamond Sewing Machine, the no improvements aro being made." Walker, of Owcnsboro, , candi cially for the cenero"s uso of Jus active tively cures Tiles, or no pay required. Ii i, fingers, his melodious is Guaranteed to cive Derfect satisfaction iladi friend. papers claim an improve- dates for Judge of tho Conrt of brain, his skillful Paducah or money retunued. Price iio cents per Jiff B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and' will du- Appeals, have been spendingsomo voice. ment boom. Jiesolved, to Dr. Q. W. in Hickman this week? form- Jarman, of That wc tender, also, to Rev. box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDKUMS pujjiie war ,u w I'liiUJUtsrv days Uustomers politely served on short jf Some ono of our Kentucky ex- ing the acquaintance of our peo-pl- C. L. Pindar,Jackson, Tean Ivy., our gratiStore across the street from Holcombc's new drug store. of Hickman, changes has suggested a conven&c. SCHOOL NOTICE. tude for their valuable and earnest ap Respectfully, tion of our Circuit Judges and peals in behalf of our common cause. ADELLE ALLEN'S school will 33. to Jiesolved, That we gratefully acknowlCommonwealth's Attorneys Among the visiting attorneys MISS The old, popular and always reliabld.Hardwarchouse of agree upon the necessary changes attending tho Pulton Circuit Court edge our indebtedness to the members of which she will1st Monday in September, in be asaistod by Mis Mattie .Methodist and Baptist churches for the the in our criminal laws to promote this week, we notice Judao W. kindly uso of their edifices. Ellison. Will bo glad to receive all of her ends of justice. Wo heartily W. Kobcrt8on and Samuel Cross-lantho Retolttd, That we do warmly acknowl- old pupils, and any others desiring to atParents endorse this suggestion. of Mayfiold; Jacob White edge our appreciation of the reception ex tend. will please who intend pending chilthe warmDick Moss, of Clinton; and tended to our little band by inhabitants drenopening day send them, if iwssible, on Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of aU kinds of Hardware On October 1st a law goes and the of school. There will be hearted, generous, hospitable into effect which gives to towns S. A. D. Steele and B. A. Mickle, of this beautiful and romantic town; the music taught in connection with the school. Bfesal?jABi4i fAAAijj which are oilered at over $4,000 inhabitants a special of Fulton. broad and mighty Mississippi sweeps by, 4D0NT YOU F0&ET IT," a true emblem of their great and noble letter delivery system. A stamp Tho Great St. natures, for, like its current, the warm issued, which being placed Louis FairTwenty-fift- h Monday, is to be SUCCESSORS TO - flow forth in a H. Buchanan is the only man opens their amotions upon letters insures a delivery of and continues for six daysrOct. 5, broad deepofchannel,heartrefreshing the Uvea of that sells the elebrated Bryan & The same by carrier into the hands of revision of the premium and that the Very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to manytlje memory of this, our eojourn &i for ladies, misses and the person to whom it is address- has just been completed,list,hich ?n their midst, will ever be fresh and Brown Shoes, and boys. These be exactly as represented. contains green, and bloom for aye, like somo rare children, men ed. DBAliBRS II twenty-fou- r departments, and $73,- - exotic, m the garuen oi our jican.i. xvu- - Shoes take the premium over all 4 1gUGS1MEDICINES, BOORS, STATIONARY, aud School Sripplies. Joe IkTulhattan has let loose 000 is offered in premiums. ppnt then, kind menus, our earnest tnants, for good and fine workmanship, v 1 Fancy GOODS. TOYS, and PICTURES. DRUGGISTS r and may tho kindness thus nobly shown, another of his big lies; this time to brighten William saysflien be returned a hundred foldthrough this and isinthe most substantial Shoe Ahont a eras cave near Cloverport. Emterob Rests for the white sewing macukI? n'dries' PAI!n 0ILS' the United States. Don't made your According to his story a party of a kingis unable to go into the field and cheerlife. pathway WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. let others humbug you with some touriBts attempted to enter a cavo with his soldiers it is time for him transitory M.L. MlDDTETOif, I other make, and say it is just as lltMODRF! Onn .... .. o. j?h"e fot roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. explos- to resigu. If all tho moiiarclis fn..n,l - THITC vmce, l ...... witl torches, when a loud "10 aiienu aignt caiid at Jioore " Jeff D. Jones, J Committee. good, but go to BUCHANAN'S, LanMn ' i Thelattention of builders especially desired as this house will give sj)e heard held tho samo view therotrould J. C. W.ARD, ion occurred which could bo entiro ue some cuaueHamuug me Crown ciafinduccments. CorresiKjudenee solicitet; were unanimously aud buy the Shoo with Bryan & Tho above resolutions for miles around, nnd tho SPJECIA-LTY- . of the Institute. J.was bnried in the debris. name on each Shoe. ed heads. Brown's party A. adopted by tho membere I?. P. BREVARD3 j dailyjiccom-mending 1 Bon-duran- t, wft TiyBi - yyY&lJadeiUld iWnieh-make-r, are-aft- er, rmt? ib Mis ; km, ifki, kill Hand-sewe- iiiB. i si-ze- 3iziges, Biitts'and Sorews, jp ppNG J. es te: fe"fe!feJ ? OOEMAN J. W. OOWGILL, Ken-tuok- DRUGS, trusses ani-mal- re-cage- d m cz-- &- 4 home - Courier-Journal'- .S -- -isriD HE - -- 11 tt.t. '- to-da- y, Star-ront- o first-cla- ss -- .w light-runni- ng no-tj- o, T. d, & PP. FOETUNE COl&PJsJN. -- ONE PRICE,4 IHICTi c !.- -" TVj-- .. m-- o 1 .,.... j BBESORIPTION"S f tr .- -Q. if 0 . w b- - - . 1 n Jf ;? PHLfl A3k r 3 -- . . u VC' F I V . j . HK2BAI? BQUffiEB.! K-- GOOD " ? BEING i uioiiiiiiy. ACCOM- - THE BRANCH PENITENTIARY. A WONDER VERIFIED Cov- -- rr-- rf - a a i fr. "fe r. t r- - jS&- ;"? FASHIOSTABUS enant. On last Sunday the Work. Abuses That Have Been CoConvicts for Road Work, rnniorod on our streets that a commence Tho Fall Session will -k rrected. From the Pulaski Citixn. Ourroadsin this section are all, party was in tho city, and Troin th LoulsTille Time. exceptions, common men and boys gathorod The readers of tho Citizen will knots of with a few Gen, IT. B. Lyon, of Eddyville, 7roro Chicago HeralJ.1 s MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, and street corearth highways, qunguiires in the Tho new broom is proverbially is at tho Louisvillo hotel, llo read an articlo that appeared in on tho SHOP. Xorth "Went corner of tho Nashville American last Fri- ners to got a glimpse of tho conwinter and spring, and washed in- a clean sweeper, will rotnrn to his home And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences Troy Avenues, East lllckuiao, Ky.f to gullies by rains in the summer. true in politics asand this is as To a Times reporter who saw him day, which we copy below, head- tracting parties. It turned out, in any other 8"SatLjfaction guaranteed. materially improved bo something moro ed "The Cavo of Bnddahatchie . however, to They could be this afternoon Gen. Lyon said : April. human by a judicious system of working sphere ofpower activity. Long "There have been published in which a most incredible talo of than rumor a settled fact, a sad MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, leaKCS of are not dpRirablc many false roportB about tho Ed- finding a small box and three pet- reality. The "two souls with but uuder expert superintendents, bnt any party, they must bo drained, gravelled for under tho for abuses will grow dyville branch penitentiary. Wild rified human bodies in a cavo in a 6lnglo thought, tho two hearts Continuing Five Months. best of them which statements of enormous expendi- Marion county, Ala., was told. that beat as one," wero Mr. Sid THE BARTER GROCERY. to concert them up or macadamized really good roads. This can- are not likely to bo corrected un- tures have been mado without tho The discovery was so wonderfully House, of near Wingo, Hickman Tho course of Btndy. hioludlng thorough primary work in English branches, Matheinto J. 3F. MONTGOMERY, announ not bo done under the present less new hands are called in. slightest foundation or fact. The mrango ana tno supposea con conntv. Kv., and Miss Rotta Cun matics, Latin, Greek, Gorman, tho Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, IVlce" to his friends and the public that Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. work- While tho assertions of freiisiort appropriation made for the work tents ot tho box so marvellous ningham, of the same neighbor rudoand Blovenly method of Especial attention Is dovotud to the preparation of studtontsifor college, and young he bns oponed a now and freeh supply of ing, but it could be effected under Democratic orators for several is 8100,000, with expenditures lim- that, while it impressed tho more hood. Tho intended bnuo and mon for bimiuo&s. all kinds of Family Gkocx&ies, which ho thoroughly organized system, years past that their adversaries ited to $5,000 per month, and so thoughtful with tho possibility of groom, with their attendants, re trill sell as low as the lowest. He is rea4 r dy at all times to exchange Groceries al with convict labor employed under had stolen everything portable at far wo have been unablo to get its truthfulness, thero is littlo cre mained over nero uiiiii luonuay been verified, oven that much. We are work- dence given it by tho avorago morning when they repaired to cash prices for Buttor, Eggs, Chickons, cr the direction of skillful and ex- tho capitol have notdiscovered1-alreadany kind of marketing that the forming a enough has been Such perienced TUITION : ing 145 convicts and IS stonecut- reader, doubtless from tho fact tliflgc.Bideiico of Uncle Peter friends may bring in. The highest rar method of employing the State people to prove tho wisdom offtbe ters. Wo have drawn a littlo loss that tho people and tho press havo Jfettfljlpcurcd their liceuso and Primary Pupils per znnn tn. .......... ..... ....................... ?3 00 hot price always paid. in making tho changer To prisoners would avoid tho trouble ro"uuitcd in tho holy bonds of Intermedi&to u J. M. MONTGOMEET & BEQ. than 835,000 up to dato, and have been so frequently imposed upon 4 00 of bringing cheap eonvict labor in, date tho record may bo saW to vouchers for indebtedness out by unmitigated liars and unprinci- ttetrimony. Tho ceremony "was Advanced 500 , be- competition with honest working-men- stand as follows: amounting to about $12,000. In pled writers in a manner which is fronriuucod in the alley-waFAYABIiE MOKTMIiY 2N ADVANCE. The administration has unearth and if humanely managed other words, we have expended shameful and outrageous. It is SALE AND LIVERY STABLE not be a hardship to the ed tho extravagance, if not fraud,- about $47,000 to date. would B. G. CALDWELL, ! tho privilege of tho Citizen to give Jtott and W. T. Parker. Esquire tnat has long prevailed in tluTaSono msoners. Counties desiring to "It was also falsely stated that to its readers further evidence in Kott stood with other foot on tho RY CALDWELL. resting on IIickmap, Kt., Ang.7, 1885. 3m mprovo their roads could make a ricultural department. & twenty-eigh- t regard to this miraculous discov-or- ground and tho convicts escaped Tt. lisis lrnnht John Tfnnrli find requisition on tho prison warden KENTUCKY STREET, and to corroborate as herein ttfc hub of tho buggy wheel, while from tho works during tho month for a gang of prisoners to bo fed other contractors to the know- of June. The fact is that only given the trnthfulnoss of tho sto- tno wedding couple remained in constantly oa haad for Uj Wth KEEPS pbIo at the county's expense and work- ledge that in their dealings ofipy twonty-on- o havo made good their ry as published in tho American. .their buggy tho bndo holding HOR8ES, BUGQIE8 and HACKS. In tho government they must ed under its own escapu since tho commencement We give tho Amoncau's article: iliffiinos until tho time arrived for Having purchased the stable, .horgjj yaij thia way tho roads could bo built tho laws and expect up favoritism of tho work last October. About Tui'blo, Miss., Aug. 4,1385.- - Jliom to joinright hands, whon anu ontiro outfit. ortriirTiunny" the schezap thirty-fivat leas than half tho cost, and in a It has put au end to in typ havo esenped altogeth- In comingr to Hamiltonneishiro-- , TnTaof tho nttohdnnts Btoppod up us propose to continue titfi Jhi&Io&ss, W(j . . wn. t $t er, but soiuo fourteen of thoso luwn oi .uanon county, .tvia., ino . few yeara tho Stato would have a of the (EslallUlcd in 1875) ' country, iiirrrj. Bolictt ptron.ii' & By stem of highways imparting to and restored to the pnblkdomajn wore Ifoxt K6ta tgtn Sopt 1, 1&J3. lUUi lower than l ny goo ichoet la thotLo other day, I was reliably informed ulucatlo n of joung ! rceanturcd. Tho health of had been Art aud Mu.lcl DirtinenUo higho'. character. Oar fclHtio for political sensation just now property an increased value far millions of acres which tho convicts is verv good. Only and greatly interested in a won IThe seized by corporation i a reported split botween Mr. Vo uko ulca.ure tuVcfrrrlng titk4 dtaOriug iixwial Informatics to W. L. McCutchenof Htcamao, Kj. W. greater than its cost. DIESTELERffiK AddroBH, ho gross ex- two havo died at tho works, one derful discovory recently mado by Tilden and Mr. Cleveland. Tho fllEIJGr& WII'MAMH, It has exposed UowtfaG Greet, Kx. ti prac- of a chronic case of lung troublo, one of tho citizens of tho county, dlogod break is reported from Stan After the Election. travagance and frauds long e Mr. J. W. Hadden. A few days From MijrfleM Democrat. ticed in tho crast and geodetic and tho other a boy who died from since, while out hunting, Mr. Had- Jew York and with a great Hour exposure. jjh by tho Republican prows. The 38,105 votes cast for Jiidso surveys. WJ "Yes, tho workis very slow and den saw in a cluster of bushes a the schemo to Fox, the prohibition eandidato for It has thrrttlod i " vwjjx7E e fawn which ho stoalth-ilMitciiell, tho drunken man Ii. CABB. tedious, and, besides, is proving and a few other Btuto treasurer, do not represent mtiko approached, hoping to capture his son at Grcon-fllspace costly to the State. You I the prohilition strength in tho rich men suercsieu in Kiuumbiiiji very JOO ill NOtroublo io nanve all ard&S tr Q Tho fawn almost allowed to chew gooda. Miss., by attempting to shoot CO stouo- - a prize. convicts .... rtRAtir. nf Sinn.onoforawsee, could bo and State. Its full Btrength will never aadorae and see, at tho corner c "Sic? him to pick it up, when it suddenly a! applo from his head, has been worked iust as be developed until it is prcsentod lcod nail service, which t..n!.n.. cutters ad Mmcow Avenue. E&e Hickman, S7 and again irfilicted by tho grand jury and well as au issue. When it is brought provided for in other ways with- any and without costing Jho Stato run off a short distauco approach jailed without bail. more for guards and overseers. stopped. Hadden again before tho people entirely free of out recourse to the subsidy. ed, when tho fawn again retreat ffHE prohibitionists of Ohio em- According to the limit it will 1 has reduced the force f party embarrassments as Ji cold ' twenty months vet to com ed. This course was pursued by stem to bo tho disturbing olemout baro issue then it will succeed, ployes in many branches oftka. fAMILY filltOCERY plete tho work. It is all in tho Hadden aud the fawn until they iitOhio politics now. Tho Republrravernmcut service, thus saving and not till then. Jl bluff several hundred thousand dollars hands of tho commissioners, and reached a high river, overlooking icans instead of pandering to Buddahatchio sotno four tliem as herotoforo havo declared none is given to contractors." H. O. The scarcity of one and two in annual expense. miles cast of Pearcc's Mills, when vyv on them. (DAVIS OLD itfAUD and rectified a dollar-ttoteIt has exposed is duo to tho fact that tho fawn suddenly disappeared All kinds of in tho issuance of rations Vacvrs ok Amusement.?. tho United States treasury has frand over the edge of tho bluff. Upon ILv Society woman in Now York to Indians by which tho govern- From Kliralwtlitown Ncwi. STAPLE AND FAHCY BfiOCEttES coming up, Hadden poered over isVeanng deop mourning for her suspended the printing of thoso ment has been defrauded of a Editor News: Dear Friend: the bluff, when to his astonish- dfg, which diod threo months ago, fccj denominations, aud since August million dollars in tho last ten I notice in your issue of the 31st ment ho saw tho fawn standing on aid uses aBually kept la a t< cards aud oa prices. 12 no small notes have been paid years. ult., a paragraph in regard to tho a narrow bench, hundreds of feot stationery Bolely on his account. BCIOKlMA-Sr- , FANCY CAN VIES, ?$& out by tho treasury. In lion of These things are not political ditl'ercnco between the assessed below, near tho root of a largo A Natural has been issues. They are business trans- values in Hardin and Brocket!-ridg- spruce pine recently blown up. ZIINC2.Jf2Aj.Ti F2CJ them the treasurer is paying out actions, as easily supported by dscovcred in Cliuton couuty. It which is cited as an evidence CBAN3ERRIE8, BOKDIJU Q&U& silver dollars and fractional cur ono party as another, and can in of tho ircucral defectiveness of After much difficulty he succeed- isa cavo and an abnndancc of ico ed in reaching the spot where tho cm always bo found in tho cold rency, lint how to account for no sense be mado questions for our assessment laws. They are fawif was last seen, but tho fawn IBQ 2H SS "ej SS IBS, ss tho scarcity of silver doll ars, is party contention unless the fatu- lamentably defective aud sadly was not iu tho range of his vision. cjvern. ity of tho party under whoso ad- in need of reformation which I Upon looking around ho discovI: a suit rolativo to tho owner-BliSugar, Coffees, Soaps, now the quBtion. ministration of government they havo earnestly urged upon each ered that tho pine in being upan ox in Ballard county, of JjJ Jtii Wi'M not be undersold impels it fo x J "The embezzloments, dtfalca-tion- s occurred ithere exposed. defend Legislature ever since I came into rooted disclosed to view a circu- tie cost amounts to 81,000, aud Will pay full price for Buttec, EaJ, 53 Proba- office, but is it not rather ovidonce the abuses lar orifice in tho bluff some three tie cjiso is still pending, and robberies in the Federal bly this will not bo done. Parties of tho inefficiency of tho assessors feet in diamoter. Prompted by offices at Xow Orleans sincoVhe aro reluctant to admit tho short- aud of the grossly uucqual taxation AXSO KEEPS curiosity and a desiro to catch tho ?j?oessionaI Carfls. close of tho war foot up some- comings of their mombers,-bu- t to which our people are subjected fawn, ho provided- himself with a thing over one million five hun thev aro .also slow to defend them by them. torch and entered the cavern, and (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Bts1-- ) tho Now Hardin was raisod by tho made a discovery that will not H A. & R T Tit! LER, dred thousand dollars." It should in camnaitrns beforeother neonlo. abuses Whether there aro bo remembered, however, that tho to bo corrected or not remains to Board of Equalization 29 per cent. only immortalize himsolf and be a )Tf?i ATTORNEYS AT LAW, on its assessment for tho year Near Railroad Dtvot of fabulous wealth, cash in tho Treasury balances to be seen, but if the present admi- 1SS4, that is, it was found that its source of immonso value and but HICKXAtV, - - - KENTUCKY. inwill be nistration can iccotnolish nothiug Assessor had placed tho valuation terest to the scientific men and a cent. else it has already ahown that a 29 per cent, below a fair avcrago biblical scholars of tho world. WILL attend to all business entrusted their CONFECTIONERIES. The Covington Commonwealth necessity existed for a hew broom. of tho whole State. But tho Stretched out at full length upon Furniture Factory. has discovered in tho latest Assessor not regarding tho losson mv8'78 floor, A Kacc "Wax zi TcxmiiHsce- - Tirlngs np almost oxactly tho same the cave's rocky three lay tho Auditor's "report that sixty-sis bodies of human 23. F?r assessment for lt6o, indeed, tho Aug. f . counties, more than of Nashville, two males and ono female C S, O tho whole number in tho State, months past a more or less bitter valuation of lands is less than in an oblong box, of curious and an DR. A.. A.. inAJRIS. MANUFACTURERS O? return each more voters than feelinc has existed between cer 1SS1. Hence tho Board of Equal tique design, two feot long, eighPHYSICAN AND SURtiEON, 3?JK tain white and black citzens of ization is again compelled to teen inches wide and sixteen inchthere are males over twenty-onKENTUCKY HICKMAN, years old in tho State. This Humphreys County- - Recently a raise this valuation. es deop, besides many other curishows something radically wrong, negro who attempted to escapo This will also servo to show tho osities of smaller dimensions. OFFERS his Frofossiocol ServiceB to of Hicimaa and vicinity. necessity for a Board of Equaliza Surprised for it may bo seen that such a from a crowd who intended to jt.alli-'8- 0 6'iia.ttancoga. thing is an impossibility. a beating to him wis tion- - The assessment of many Hadden withdrew from tho cavshot, and next morning his dead counties is Bhamefully low and ern and returned to his homo. L. The National Sportsmen's Con- body was found near his cabiu. will naturally be so as long as an The noxt day Hadden return nd C. convenes at St. Louis All efforts to discover the per- Assessor soo.es to make himself with a trusted friend to tho scm.o vention ATTORNEY Ar LAW Sept 29th, 18S5, the object of petrators of tho crime were futile. popular by disregarding his oath, of his discoveries and removed Collector, Real Estate Agent which is to make more uniform Other negroes wero taken out and and this defect cannot bo met or tho petrified bodies aud other arbrutnlly lashed, and yet no arrests corrected oxcept by some agency ticles from tho cave. Tho box, HICKMAN, KY. gamo and fish laws in tho different were made. Information was re- which shall roviso the action of also petrified, was carefully ro- - 'C3 Will attend promptly to States, and see that they are propjy jft sll bual erly enforced. A grand program ceived todav that a mob of soveii tho various Assossorsas compar- moved from its resting placo and neS3 entrusted him in Soutivcclcrs Blentuclsy. of ed with ono another. broken, and found to contain a Kentnoky and Uorthweelern Tcnnessse is being arranged for tho enter- disguised men visited tho house tainment of visitors from differ- Samuel Lowe, colored, in uuck I do not write you this with any small earthen jar, a largo roll of Special attention given to the Invectiga tioa of Land titleB, TaE-River Bottom, and, presenting re- view to pnblisation, but that you parchment and a brass rod. Now, sale of Real Estate. and the purchase ent clubs. O TJaaS volvers at tho frightened man, may for your own satisfaction and tho mystery is, to what race of A Law and order club has been dragged him from his bod. They for future notico of such matters people did theso bodies beloug organnized iuliowau county. It conveyed him to tho woods and bo able to refer to tho necessary and how camo them there? Ihe " St L. Saddlery aijd Harness is composed of good citizens, and administered moro than a hundred tables and reports and observe the parchment manuscripts are unthey pledge their best efforts in blows with ironwood switches, irross ineoualitymado in the bur doubtedly written in tho Hebrew bringing tho ovil doers to justice. lasrerating his back in a horrible den of taxation by the unfair and language. Many theories have TSus Court is in session, but is unable manner. West Reagan, colored, unequal valuation placed by As- boon advanced by our people, but PLUMMER & FARRISS. r DEAtElJ to do any effectivo work. Tho who had been secured by the mob sessors not only in different coun- tho most plausiblo ono that I have grand jury has found nine indict- before they fonnd Lowe, was also ties but oven in tho same county heard is that tho bodies aro of (JacJcson St., opposite Courier Office, ments for murder. Hebrew origin, that the box is the - IIICKilAN, - - - KY. beaten, being given twenty blows as between individuals. FAINTS AND RUGS, Yours Truly, long-los- t ark of tho covenant, the and ordered to leave tho county, WELL selected stock of Saddles and The latest swindle discovered which he did at once. Lowe is Payette Hewitt. rod tho vcritablo Aaron's, tho jar Harness. New work made to order. c; zsfts: jssz .m. 3sr relating to spurious money is the seriously ill and will bo unablo to tho pot of manna and tho parchGall on neai,8st Ticket Agent, eplit band note fraud. A $20 leave his bed for some sayB. John The American Humane Asso ment manuscripts tho seven lost Prompt attention given to 1ST PRESCRIPTIONS CARKFO A 51 OOMPOOXDBDI T21 bank note is taken and by some Gorin, a colored school teacher in books of tho Old Tostament. Or Addresa ciation. ingenious method the note" is split the vicinity, found on his door a Tho sccno of this wonderful oLany kind. ITo has secured the services in two and tho raw side "doctored note warning him to leavo the Wo have before us a copy of discovory is one of sublime and lof that well known and exoollent work- Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tor., 53 op," and each half is passed off county or suffer the conseqences. the "Doings of tho Eighth Annual picturesque grandeur. Hundreds manUncIo Dob Farriss, which of Itself is guarantee of good and faithful work. as a genuine $20 note. of KE O. P. & T. A., NaahTitlo, lena, Gorin, who was very much alarm- Meeting of the American Humane of feot above huge masses of rock 1 apr2i FRKS. UELLNER, T. Agt Uickoaa. Flftoon Professors and Instructors. ,V ed, departed immediately. The Association" held at Pittsburg. lift their hoary heads high in tho Spain is in a stew because Ger- best citizens of Humphreys Coun- The main purpose of tho organi air, while far beneath aro tho AgricDllaral and j3cchanici!, Scientific, Englnsanng, Glassical Eorcw LOWER and LOWER. many has taken possession of tho ty strongly condemn theso out- zation is to prevent cruelty to an limpid waters of tho Buddahatchio iCDDOi, Kiiuary lacuus &qq UQBinerCKi yoursa ui iinuj. REAL ESTATE FOE SALE. Caroline islands, claimed under a rages, and will call upon the Gover- imals as in the transportation of on their way to the gulf, "gurgling f All kindB of Grocerios haras, sides, &c. :0UNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. protectorate by Spain. Tho nor to offer a reward for the ap- live stock for market to see that kisses to tho .pebbled Bhoro." as cheap as tho cheapest. I will not be For Catalogue od other inronnatjy FiitT term bepln Sept. 9U1, I885. nbo JOHN WITTiNG. A4drcu JAEUCS K. PATTEttSON, Vtu D., Jexinston, Kentucky, , Spanish are holding meetings and prehension of tho guilty parties. ONE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, Cit tho law requiring a proper supply Mr. Hadden has carefully boxed undersold. Acres, Six Rooms, Two protesting against Germany's act terns, Good Well, 8pring, Stables, Orehani of water is provided, and rests at his treasures and will start immo-- . l - . &c. Apply to and are in all roBpects very belJLt. . Try stated periods, bo rospoctod and diately for Washington, D. C GEO. N. DELM ligerent. ' also to aid in tho suppression of where ho will deposit them in thb Ctrtlettiburg Dtmocrt.; Troin mayllSS6-8r- a Hickoaa, K7, IMPORTANT! HOW TO SAVE fljONEY of criminal prose- dog fights, chicken fights, otc, a Smithsonian Institution. The A RAID was made on the keno cution expense State ia enormous, work which appeals to tho syinpa Mr. Editor, this wonderNow, M(. WV rOilR. in banks in Lonisville Thursday night nicreasing this year, and unless thy and Bupport of all considerate ful discovery is no "Joe Mulhal-taFamily Groceries; Yit traWholeeale Headqnarten lot al each IDEMOOEAT. and the proprietors of the houses something is done to reliovo the people. yarn," but can bo fully subAKD ALSO. AfinoJck, for Sale, nt thoresidencoo gradaof put under bond. The furniture r r '' Thero aro branch societies in stantiated by calling on or adthe late JNO. R. McQEHEE. If was all taken to police headquar Stato of this burden before the several States, and tho Associa dressing tho following parties of Nets, Seines, Lines, Ilooks, nnd nlljkind privately, before Sept. 6tb, 1886, not acid CHSWIH, 8S0SIH& TOBACCO and GI3A&8 will be necessary it of lishing Tacklo and Supplies, at a bar ters. Tho warrants wero sworn next legislaturebo will bo highest that day, raised to meet tion is evidently accomplishing Hamilton, Ala. : J. O. Hamilton gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen sold publicly, on with other to the farming and trill job to dealers only at Factory that our taxes ont at the instance of tho Law and 8tock, bidder, togetHr much good. Take, for example, jndgo probate court, Maj. James erally the rapidly lucreasiucr exnenses implements, Blaok'Smith TooIb, &c, &c price; aso the and Order Club. incurred in the nrosecution of tho report sent in by the Philadel 11. Gast, editor Marion County For paitioulaw, apply to Col. Jamos Pcarco, iirf rixTAT'TT Herald, and criminals- Much of this expense PATTT?! Wm. B. McGEIIEE. u-aBuial Wand Sucsrior Scoicli li There is a boy in Clark countv should bo- paid by the counties. phia society: dotailed to inspect on whoso plantation the wonderi'Al2-iJJULU-v-1-i1 "Our agent, Oayce, Fulton County, Ky. a fourteen years old who Btands six TH CREAT and shipment of stock, lul discovery was made. tho beat in the market. "We also keep feet and a half in his shoes. If Whenever the disorder in a coun- the arrivalmarked improvement in reports a conslu,tly on hand a choico selection J. W. S. 'AMERICA'S GREAT NATURAL Through Trunk Ueo ho continues to grow until ho ar- ty becomes so great that it is nec- their amienrance and condition. WUNUfcH. EETHE'S SALOON, of FAMILY GROCERIES. rives at manhood, ho will make a essary to call out tho military arm Tho recently enforced plan of par good fruit gatherer, and save tho of the State government to as- titioning off tho different classes in London furnishes a now scandal lYrlto tor Club rates and jet 10 or moro CONFECTIONERIES, high life every day. Onr En sist tho courts in enforcing the mee of a step ladder. interesting A PJLEASAST KESOBT. friends to AND FRUITS, of stock has greatly lessened tho glish cousins aro getting entirely of your Season ticket visit thisfree to sumlaw, the expense therefor, instead to Cave Cave. whlsj1 wc wll sell very low for the cash. number of casualties resulting too scandalous. The stato of af. mer boarders. Tho cooleat summer reBort FRESH BEER constantly on tap. CiThe Now York Sun says tho of being paid out of the treasury, from pieMQ call and see us. strong fairs existing there, as disclosed, known. Thermometer 6G degrees at the gars and Tobacco, of the beat brands. project to build a national monu- - ought to be paid by the county upon tho trampling of tho Patronage eollcitod. timo ago by tho Pall Mall Gazotto and by mouth of Gave. A good band in attendFBQUA&DcBOW. tho weak. Sorao lf where the disorder occurred. no . went to General Grant in New ance wo secured tho conviction of a moro recent revelations from York will fail. People outsido of Another largo and increasing drain W. C, COMSTOCK, with other sources, indicate a mora! 2Tew York City will not contribute upon the State treasury is the drover who had loaded a car Losses Mammoth Cave Hotel, result, transporting of prisoners to other cattle and sheep, and, as a tramp- rottenness which certainly couljl Cave City, Ky. for the purpose. Wii&Mt Change and with Speed Utrild 13 of the latter wore found not havo been oxpectod in a courl? HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS county jails to escape real or imaginary mob violence. This is led to death. Of the 11,720 car- try which claims to possess, ana Groceries It?s said on good authority SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE! that the outlook in the iron trado another item of expense in crimi- loads of stock arriving at tho really does possess, tho highest1 Trosi SlrsipliU, MlUn, toi Hnrabcldt to tb HICKMAN, K7 rom Mt. Zion Church, five miles north 25cts Lower thun the Lowes baa not been moro favorable for a nal prosecutions that should bo West Philadelphia Drove Yard civilization the world has over Union City, Thursday night, Hug. 13, of a very sambor of years than at present. paid by tho of tho within the past year, oulyfound to known. I hRTO no olerk exponBBS no store ren Ono BnrU Biy or Brown JInrc, small percentage wero Signs of improvement are coming countieB frm whence tho prisoners breeching mark and pny cash for all ray Groceries, and four years old, good sire, PULlSil CARS SSMiavnSS! have beon injured in transporta as cheap as aro sent. w tarsunace every day. It looks now as though I)f. on thigh and little white on hind hoofs. herefore can Bell of Wittenbergthe cheap DEALER IS Tlllo, omj Iit: ons chacg to iiriBlpJ and Lon f tion. In cases where paintui in- Leonard, tho Prohibition candi? Takou from suckling colt. Aiao, si. Best brands NORTHERN AND EASTERN CTTmf been sustained duriug Flour, 25 cents Ur Hoxxox agepts have succeeded The Purchase will &end throo juries have Italian and American Mabble One JJccp Buy Horse, dato for governor of Ohio, before la concluding arrangements with lawyers and three farmers to tho transit, our aent sees to it that lie gets through with tho canvas!?. 8 years old, 1G hands high, black mane THREEByTRAINS DAILY MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE eyo thU Une.maklBB Mexico for tho cession of exten- next Legislature. Pour of the tho suffering animals aro promptly wm neeu as oiuuii irutuuiiYu pau: and tail, a natural pacor, with rightright mi .,! i II BUSE C05HEOTIOKB AND QUICKEST TECS out, and a visiblo water not, split in sive tracts of land in Chihuahua members havo been iiitiho Legis- killedjtho owners in every instance dmg as a base ball catcher. Notico. Special STONES. Minwio with hoof from hair down. A liberal reward , ad Sonora, which will soon bo lature before, bnt none of thorn complving with his request to ;nnT.foi1 o the firm of Bon cossaroars:. will be paid lor any information icauiug received a fine lot of Amor fonrilrd HAVING Italian Marble, I am pro ocupied by tho latter day saints. were m tho last body..fpaducah that effect." recovery, or $25 for delivery of durant & Drewry, will please came Seeking homes en'the rUIPDIIITC Hna ot th(? roawiU The story of the rupture be; to theirn $20 ior delivery of horse at our at an early day, and make settlement. parod tofin all orders. Call and exa tiTllbnAn I O OluUutUUi mare receive special low rates. Alexander tho president aud Mr. Till farms near Woodland Mj" TmK.sarao fight will bo had in Office at E. Collins' drng store ur work. General Scott conquered tweon denied by Smith M. WcBT Se ArsdU of th! Companr for rates, roatt. & Maxwell's old stand. Okio that"' was made two vears IF whisky is takeiifslt of Ohio Mexico with 12,000 offectivo men. den is irom mo country .promptly ic.orwrlto c. P. ATM0RE, U. P. I. A,Ky. jt . BONDURANT & DREVRl. R. G. TYLER. LoulavHId. W ago that is iloadley against politics thero woulUIufl, nothing lie fought six battlos and was and in not credited by thoknowiuw juuy -- u ' Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1880. aug22.2w U11US IU n uomugkuu, in all victorious Feraker. lleit. wod-diu- g Gen, H. B. Lyon Talks About Tho Long Lost Ark of the Hurried Willie Sitting iu a Buggy. Fnltontan.l From the eeJLtareirs Bg'&qqI.. HUTZ SiROiS evening it was 0suND?i!Mn&fi sido-walk- IoscotT-an- Book-Keepin- g, -- road-master- s. y y y MA Faris Parkeb, road-maste- r. Southern Normal School, . WiTTT mm yu m ' nTtrtr f land-grabber- s, e m l, family Grocoris snow-whit- y -- Jay-Coul- d e, rc-qui- ro CASE & MILLET, IVtih'-Trf".- JUBGB, firet-cl&aa B black-odgo- d ice-hou- se KEKTUCKl y. e, sLuaiiN WW Well9 1 p e- Cg-W- ill - DOORS, SASH &a GEO CD .&l care-02- c pet-rifiebo-ing- il x one-hal- -- HEUTWECK, BALTZER&r3s I S S -- St"' e NASHYH&S, a-u- tcrror-strtcko- n EANDLE, Atlanta, Florida Hickxnan, so o j si t TEE OLD REUIABLE -- I a A. -- SflBE, R" A M1M18, c MUmn, FAVOBITE. TATE COLLEQE l ( t . F. E. CASE, n 'WHi 'dii1 lyC wm ' ' ; - &, a' T J-1- v v ! JT 52'H . -- mm 0 14-- 1 NWS in .? STOLEN! tax-paye- rs HOETH & EAST r t fgSS" 1- 11 nA-pi- n' . aits &. 1. -- i i ( - t.i. , r rt t. 1. ' -3 ? . 1 r Lsi iMi liitta--, -- A ;.. i