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KlhmW i:iiLTO!chiu-iit- . COURIE &m 1885. EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch." HJK.TL.S BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTEK-HEAD; S. Street, next door to City Hall. SIIili-HBAD- QEORQE WARREN, Editor. Tlio Oldest Ncvsj!iIei. iu WoKtern Iveiituclcy. 1S59. ETC., BTO, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. 19 HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. SPAIN IN SPASMS. 'atlllaii Illood Tired Over th Caroline Tbo YffiL m.-N- O. NOT A 48. horeabouts in J OAXiXi .A.rx 013830 TJU CURRENT TOPICS. THE POISONING CASE. Considerable Arsenic Discovered in Walkup's Stomach. The Coroner!, .Jurjr tectums a Verdict Ac- cnnlng airs. Walkup cf I'olsonluj; Her THE COMMONWEALTH. -- 'Freckles are growing fashionable. t Paris. Xoois Kossuth wants to die in Naples. "White rabbit are fashionable pets in last A cook in Brooklyn died the other day worth 200,000. There has been no December. rain in Arizona since rartirli. Panama Canal. : It will cost $500,000,000 to complete the c. o dr. , alone save the couutrvfroni Parnell's dicControl the Governmental Machinery. tatorship. Mr. Parnell Tn tW moau time, President Cleveland's policy in reVicklow,curelntheflekle-ness- . has retired to will plianev and necstty c the English gard to fourth-claparties, the activity oT bis lieutenants, certainly prove most beneficial to the organization, and Ins more his Ireland. The country. Changes in these offices are thnn ever supreme power-IIrish constituency have acclaimed the deproper caper Republic.Mlor'll:Mi-ot- i somewhat Item. for now being made rapidly, tho cision to pivo him an "absolute vote of For a heTlisapproved, and an incumbents being removed ftwhllc. all candidacy which An order issued by the Postmaster Genpovcrf ul lot of growling and of anihis colleagues have resolved by rigidly places filled with Democrats. ; eral, goes into effect on the first of Octo- There's a howling mated snd crams, to A Too Realistic Sham Battle. excluding all rogues at Among' my ber, by which letters bearing a special Statistics from Washington show that, bui'd up anartr of'nn indissoluble unity. my gall: La Salle, III., August 27. Private K. stamp in additional to tho lawful And the Democrats are pensive becauso I'm during the month of July over two It is now considered certain that the Irish A. Purdie, of the Fourth Regiment Illinois eightv-sgje- n seats in the postage, shall be immediately delivered. Inoffensive, party will have thousand changes in the fourth-clas- s Or at least bave learned to be so since Blaine Woriaerful confidence new Parliament. National Guard, wounded during a sham This applies to olllces in places with 4,000 offices were mado in tie time from' was licked last fall. thetmeetings reach reigns in Ireland, and battle at the State encampment, nenr 0t inhabitants. The following Kentucky towns to June 30, inclusive. Not, But they may kick, kick, kick, and I'll March Land League proportion?; The members tawa, two weeks ago, died bore stick, stick, stick. come under this nrrangement: Bowling only does this policy insure an honest of the Parliamentary partvjiro everywhere If lean: from lockjaw induced by his injuries. Green, Warren County; Covington, Kenenthnsinstic, and the conviction is general And I am not apprehensive, I am such and efficient service, but it equally inton County; Frankfort, Franklin County; hear. The side, still breathing slightly, but un- Great indignation prevails against the an Inoffensive that the end of the struggle sures a harmonious and united DemocBuch a very inoffensive partisan. fracas in Dublin On Thursday, when Mr. conscious, and the last life sparks fast First Illinois Cavalry Regiment, which is Henderson, Henderson County; Hopkins-villracy. When the Administration mani New York Sun. John Tollok thrashed Captain Barrv. of dying out. He was taken home, a few held responsible for the death. StateChristian County; Lexington, Fayfests so decidedly its confidence in the were publicly made the llovol Horse Artillerynand Mr. John blocks distent, and died on the way. There ments after ette County; Louisville, Jefferson Coumy; party it represents, and its adherence . Albert'BInkely, a Deputy?.Lieuteunnt for is as yet no clew to the perpetrators of the the battle that the cavalry had a grudgt PARALLEL. A HISTORICAL Mnysville.Mason County; Newport, Campthe county of Galwny, Is expected to crime, but it is surmised that both officers against certain other regiments, and to tlie princ pies of that party, the efbell County; Owensboro, Davles3 County; Striking Similarities Itetween the Political fort of Republicans who call themselves result in ?ome sensational revelation of died in the discharge of their duty. There had gone into the fight with tho preconSituation Then nnd Now. manners.customs and morality of the Irish have been several attempted burglaries in certed design of maiming as many of its Paducah, McCracken County. "reformers" to create false impressions aristocrncv, espec inllv that portion repre- tho town of late, the last one occurring but opponents as possible. The vicious fightThere are somo striking similarities and foster Democratic discontent, will In the Burdino District, Pulaski County, sented by "the Dublin Castle.'dique. A dis- a night or two before. It ii supjosed that ing and number of casualties that characfruitless. During the twenty-fthe other afternoon, in a test of strength between tho present political situation prove patch from Gal way says tbaj parties con- last night the officers discovered the burg- terized the battle excited much comment at cerned in the affray a"re Msgntrates. and lars either at work or leaving years the Republican party by lifting with n handspike between Bob and .the situation of affairs during Jeffer- ive the the time. Private Purdio leaves a wife are well known in the county. Pollofc scene of their unlawful activity, and that and four children iu indigent circumwas in power it used the fourth-claBurdine and Cy. Hampton, it resulted se- son's first Presidential term. owns largo estates in Scotland in addition in the attempt to arrest them, the stances. Tho croner will hold an inquest as a part of its riously, if not fatally, for the latter. A and if the guilty persons can to his landed property in Gllway. Years officers being separated, the fatal shots Like the Republican party of machine to maintain its political large, very heavy sowlog was selected as ago he evicted all the tenants on his estatt-- were fired by tho thieves. Grant's pistol be determined their arrest will bo made tho object to be raised. Under one end of the Federalists had been for somo time supremacy. As such they exerted a in the latter place and turned the land into was found near his side, four chambers forthwith. Every become being empty. Both murdered officers have an immense pasture. Hehaif-sined this a handspike five feet in in power. They were largely identi- great and harmful intluenca. the largest cattle and sheep breeder In Ire- excellent reputations. Both the deceased length wns placed, with a contestant at fied, too. with the successful leaders of Republican postmaster was the agent Through a Bridge. land, and has taken prizes In fine cattle leave largo families. Tho possibility that each end. When the signal " to lift" was the Revolution, with Washington and for Republican campaign papers and Natchez, Miss., August 27. A portion recently held in their death wns due to a quarrel between and sheep at alltho-showMany of them given both men exerted themselves, and Hamilton, and its military heroes, just political documents. incoming passenger train oa Ireland. Captain Barry wa Earl Spencer's themselves is precluded by the fact that of were themselves editors of Republican the log was raised about eighteen inches. while the Earl, was Lord they were good friends; thnt they were seen the Natchez, Jackson & Columbus Railroad Lieutenant of Ireland. Aleadingmember late in the evening in amicable fntercourse, went through Big Bayou Pierre Bridge this Burdine's side, on account of his being the as the Republican party is with Lincoln, papers. In every possible way they opthat, and that their bodies were found quite a morning. The train ran off the tcack at of the Kildare Club said taller, was about two inches higher, which Grant and the heroes of the Civil War. posed Democracy. Pollok were distance apart from each other. and both Barry President Cleveland's firm and manly Like the Republican party, they were caused the log to roll toward Hampton, the east end of the bridge, and after bumpmembers of "the club. Pollok, he said, and before he could think the spike was allied with tho more wealthy and aris- course in regard to them is a convincing over tho cross-tiewent into the bayou was staying nt Keanu's Hotel, opposite the A Smart Washing Machine Agent. wrenched from his grasp, tho log in its tocratic elements of the day. and at- ing proof that the Democratic party near the west end and seeing Barry enter the lattho Olney, III., August 28. About two locomotive, tender, of the structure, mail place, followed him and lunched at the ter descent catching his right leg in such a tracted to them the extravagant and the will control the machinery of Governbaggage and same table. Both parties kept plarins at weeks ago a man came to Olney, giving his car and smoking oar all going dowu. manner as to disjoint that member at the ostentatious. If they did not despise ment, and administer public affairs on each other during th" lunrh, bat a friend name as J. M. Meyer, claiming to bo a Tho on coach knee. At last accounts Hampton seemed economy in the public service, they dis- a basis of correct ideas. It establishes prevented a row. When Barry got through washing machine agent. Last Monday he the track. The following i.remained the a list of suffering such intense agony that it is regarded it. They disdained simpli- the fact that the right ot the people to his meal Pollok also arose from jhe table casualties: Killed instantly Engineer city. They preferred exewsive and un- change their servants by voting out of thought ho will die. followed into the street. After the hired a horse and buggy, taking the maand Powell, Fireman John McCIutchy in 1818. chine with him fourteen miles to the north- - Urakeman Roliert lVrrv. Danperouslv and 's Serious Gas Explosion. fight with Barrv. Pollok mounted Pat inHenry Romer, ased ten, was playing in necessary machinery in Government power the party to which those servants Dubcar. reputed to re the v By sowing a bushel of salt to the acre a st of here. Ho sold the machine on trial juredMail Agents O." A. Anderson' aod PiTTsiitROH, PENt.. August SI. At 11 : a stone yard in Covington. A large stone Thev exaggerated, as the party in belong has not been for a moment lost W. to Burlington road, where layette County (Mo.) farmer believes he lin, and drove Blakely, who had leenyacht-in-ho to O. V. Gray for three dollars, taking juredF. Barclay, of Learned. Slightly in- o'clock a frightful explosion of natural gas fell on his chest, and he died soon after- power is apt to do, the functions of the sight of. c Mr. Express Messenger J. A. Lane. his note for tho same. The note was af,has succeeded in keeping his average of met with John just previous to the quarrel. Desirable as aro immediate changos-iMarvin's wholesale cracker Federal Government, and belittled the him terwards changed so as to read $300, and Brakeman E. T. Cochran, R. II. Trulv and occurred atLiberty street. The engineer, ward. twenty-fiv- e , bakery, on the class of offices over which the State Governments. bushels of wheat to the acre speech remains dispensaMr. Parnell's n as offered l3 Meyer to A. Morris for a R. W. Campbell, of Fayette; Jomes Min-TnE Cynthiana AVw. reports much mathe Senate claims a certain amount of joint tion of the. day. Stories of outrages are road semper, he, Morris, to pay him a newsboy, of Vidalia: Henry Rncker, t Samuel Stafford, and foreman, John G. larial fever among the people. maintained for years. Like the Republicans of also renewed. The banner of separation cash difference. On inouiry Morris nscer- - Cincinnati , and J. 1$. Zeigel. A J Hiw.ln. ensrazed in resrulatingtho that nearly one iurisdictiontTit Barxdji is about to retire from the Several weeks ago a child was born to federalists believed the United Statesjjhat ..tho.. delay, has become manifest being lilted, wild talK of "riajfiuiiflaJ taiu,thatra.wiUicondidorsdli)cf4ct)yal aapaawttawpag proceeds Irom other of He is now arranging his widely is revived. The alarm has spnsau uke good. nnd'mridKU trade. , Up thofieflfoct' niaaeittadiPKS4fi& JMrsW6halfIoflfpiRtchtal.nwhiohij-- d ? ioaojcaii-iiiicih- o Texas Cattle Fever in Pennsylvania .w t extended business in a shape to give his wild-fir- e in England, and the Liberal jirki eu a t;ide with tr. tiauuenberger, a promi. D , ca ... rra,?l7n" bcaiiel"adoTiliTe chanp-es- . Fouis Re- them looked with reaL others with pre to make the i w. nrKKnn turn, nit? nun. ' executors as little trouble as possiblo alter raise the crv, "The Union is in danger," nent groceryman. for a span of fine horses, Erie., Penn., August 27. A furore 1 1 ; nvns. turned on tlie Kas. In someway.o four ears, two tongues, ten toes on each teuded. horreif at the prospect of their publican. . while the Liberal orators trumpet, "Dowu piving him the note for the horses. Mr. broken out among the farmers of Erie proliatilv trom a iouruuig ii-u- . Tiia r foot, eight fingers on each hand and two lie shuttles off this mortal coil. i"j opponents getting control of the GovGladstone is back to Gray made his appearance in town towith separation." ignited." exploding with terrific force. thumbs on each baud. Cynthiana Xews. General Midkleton, the commander of lead the Liberal hosts, though Hartingtou day, and in answer to an inquiry County, owing to the appenranco and rapid The shop was full of employes, REPUBLICAN TRIBULATIONS. ernment. They believed, as the Oats thirty cents a bushel in Owen the Canadians, and the Hon. A. P. Caron, began the battle in a speech at safd he had given his note for only spread of Texas fever among the cattle. men and women, busily at work. of to day have believed, that IiiiliscrlmlnatH Charges Not Justified by. v the Mayor nnd Sanitary Board All were stunned bv the force and County. Hustling is a faint the Canadian Minister of Militia, have been Ilosendnle. The declaration of Parnell 'three dollars. the country would rush to ruin if the.r the Fact. the A good deal of tobacco has been cut in rival placed his profane hand upon tiic gazetted Knights Commander ot the Order for separation gives a new color togod- description of Laudenberper's movements visited the worst infected district, a few conside- - it miraculous that they escaped is a impending struggle. It for a short time. He is making every effort miles south of the cityTwith a view to alive. The agonizing cries of Engineer Owen Countv. The Republican newspapers hayo of St. Michael and St. George. ark of the Constitution. They hud so send to tho "grand old man" iu the hour of to recover his team, which is in Lincoln, Stafford and Fireman HigKins'wbosecloth-inj- r One hundred and one bushels is tho Ion" looked upon themselves as the raised a great hue and cry over the rename of Many of the 3 in the Turtle direst extremity. The Tories can now be III., at present. Sheriff Spring offers a re- ascertaining tho truemeasures the scourge, wa- - ablaze, brought speeay assistance, adopting to largest crop of wheat threshed in Muhlenand appointed rulers of movals of postmasters. They have asfountains of Dakota have made from $25 taunted with tile Parnell alliance. Public ward of $25 for Meyer's arrest. He is about and forcontagion. Autopsies were prevent but w-- until thev had been terribly burnhold on years "of age, black mustache further crystalizing impression berg County this season. to $40 a week hauling buffalo bones to Min-- , opinion wasrule, but wasfast in favor of thirty-tw- o the peoplo that thoy could not imagine serted that these officials liavo been dead rattle, and all were found to ed. Phvsici'ins are under th long ago decidIrish home of the cisterns and wells in the possibility of such a calamity's ever it and hair, the latter considerably sprinkled mauydied from Texas fever, having come that th y inhaled the tlames, and that their newqnkon. Competition among buyers ed that separation means bloodshed. It is with gray; five feet seven inches high, have" turned out with unseemly haste, and recovery is doubtful. Six others were more Russellvillo have failed, and good drinking hanrcnin'r. rap the price up to over $2 a ton. an enemy on the threshold and inside the neatly atiired, and claimed Terre Haute as in contact with Texas cattle in transit from or lees seriously burned: Win. Clark.baker, water is hard to get. y six cattle In the city the West. WhetTit did happen the leaders and that the Presidential energy has been pates. Public opinion inexorably decrees his home. x In 1S09 only f,2.V5 newspapers were pub-- j Win. Krelis, lace ami unus died of tho disease. The mortality in the is a tree in Union County on on union, .and this the There spokesmen of tlie Federalists were wild lunrelv devoted to hunting down Cnarles, packer, arms, , lisSed in the United States, or one for every will maintenance of the outlying districts is great. the burned; - Marv hair burned, suffering the of the limbs of which seven murderers hav be nn effective campaign cry of the postmasters and lillinjr their and shoulderwith rage, apprehension and Suffering at Sea. Mayor issued a caution for all owners of i 6,000 inhabitants. Now 13,494 .newspapers Liberal party. or no damage was done to the been hung by mobs. most. Like the Republicans of places with Democrats. This action-theare published, or one for every 3,710 inhabHalifax, N. S., August 2S. The steamer cattle to keep them from running at large. shop or Little oveu. y Hey felt as if they had been The temperance men of Barren County assert has been for political effect y Nova Scotian, which arrived here itants, certainly a remarkable growth in Riotous Bank Depositors. will hold a convention in Glasgow on tho cheatedjout of their birthright. They and for tho purpose of influencing the twenty-fiv- e A Father's Terrible Mistake. An Elephant on the Rampage. from Liverpool, brought from St. Johns, years. to Erie, Penn, August iih Greet excite- N. F., Captain Senblossom and twenty-on- e in October to discuss tho not bring Philadelphia, August 31. About 2 third Monday submitting the local option could moment that themselves any admit fall elections. The statement made by-' is estimated that every year about Portland, Ore., Augnst 27. The hope the Postmaster-Genera- l ment prevailed this altirnoon in con- of the crew of the American whaling brig there was bhows tho falsfor a morning a largo elephant in propriety of letters are posted in the world. nection with a meeting of the ftockbol ier special says: Threo children were o'clock this law to tho voters of the county at tho next for a nation that had so far forgotten ity of the charges above referred to. HudAmerica leads, w Ith about 2,500,000,000, and of the spended German Savings Bank. Isabella, which was lost in the ico in poisoned to death at Fossil, Gillam oneot O'Brien's circus tents on Sputh general election. itself and its history as to turn them out From that statement it appears thai England follows with 700.000,000. Japan, The meeting was called to see whether the son's Straits. The Isabella sailed from New County, yesterday, through carelessness. Rroad street broke loose, and pulling down during the live months of Mr. Clove- -' The corn, oats, tobacco and grasses aro of powerjind put their rivals in. e May 27. 18S4, and entered the A I which established a postal service only ten stockholders would or not meet the liabili- Bedford on Jufy 11. sou of John White got part of the tent, rushed around the ensued better in Kenton County this year A lie SUCWSa Ul uciiui.uu nuuimi- '- land's administration, he has made 167' was crushed in She than wildly. Great excitement years ago, now mails annually 05,000,000 ties. A dense crowd of excited depositors tee pack on ever before in its history. There has been tration aggravated their misery. They appointments of Presidential .post- -, the ice on the 20th of the same month, hold of a can of concentrated lyo and being increased hy the cries of other letters. calling for buch an abundance of rnin in the last three wereso unreasonable that they alienated masters, 274 of which have been to va- -' twenty miles north of North Bluff. All of drank some of tho contents, dying before and their attigathered around the bank, nnd the employes ran out in number, nnd medical assistance could lie secured.,' the police. The latter declined to assist in A $5,000 government bond was recently tude became so threatening that n force tho crew, twenty-thre- e and built up their cancies caused by expiration of terinlot wero saved. They wandered Within half an hour of this accident tho the recapture, and eventually a force of weeks that the grass is as luxuriant as ii their found sewed up in the skirt of Mrs. Hanof police was detailed to keep the a stownwav, enemy's party. Mr. McMaster, in his service and l'J3 in place of suspouded, days, suffering Rev. James Younp, who lives across tho workmen secured the fractious beast. John June, nnd will afford pasture for stock unfour nah Sands, an old lady who died at Port penc. The mob closed arouud every about ou the ico for cold. second volume of the "History of the officers. The larger number of .these They fiually street from tho Whites, gave two of his Kimberliiie. a resident of Altoona. was til late in the winter. intensely from the XThester, Nt Y., last spring, and now her door of the bank, whilo the stockholders called Acalier, and containOxfendkrs sentenced at Nicholasville: Peoplo of the United States," which ha3 appointments would have been necespicked up bv tho elephant nnd hurled a had their secret meeting within. At last reached a settlement September 9, when children an overdose of medicine less relatives are looking for $100,000 which It was announced by ing laudanum, and both died in than receiving serious injuries. assignee that with remninod there until just been published, is unfriendly to sary under auy administration, andhour. All three children were buried long distance, to the Pennsylvanian Hos- Jake Smith, believed by many to bo they 'think sho had concealed in some old one exception all the stockholders had the whaler Eira arrived off tho place, and an the same time He was tnken the wns sentenced to two years in tho Jefferson. Although fair and just in his there have been less than two suspeu-- f and kindly at board clothing. pital. signed an agreement to pay"il in propor- they were all taken on the scarcity of food penitentinry for chicken stealing. Roger statement of facts, his sympathies seem sions a day. owingto Treasurer cared There are 1,232 men in the country with tion to their stock, provided that308 shares on thefor. butboth crews had to bo put on This fhowing certainly does not prove, a Maniac. Riggs, who shot John Riggs, his rival, at to run with" the Federalists rather than Eira Terrible Work of The Special Delivery Stamp. Eliot pav back the amount of with theirJopponcnts. Of cxtremojn-tere- -t that t;icre has been any undue haste in f artificial noses, and over two thousand sold bv himself as bank treasurer shoitly short allowance. While on lward the Eira Keene, was sentenced to two years' imMe., August 31. The CommerBangor, Washington, August 27. The new spe' 'with" artificial' ears, while it Is calculated before" tho bank suspended. illiam one of tho Isabella's crew, a Swedo named just now, therefore, in his review removing partisan postmasters, but says: "A neighbor of Mrs. Hnnnnh prisonment. Frank Green, who shot an that only one man in every ninety-seve- n is Slenger. who would not sign, as detained Francis Pemro, died of scurvy. Tho rest cial delivery stamp will be a line engrav- - cial of the results of the Federalist injustice rather that the President's progress in good health. Gibson, a widow lady, residing alone in inoffensive bootblack at High Bridge ing on steel, oblong in form, 0 by perfectly sound in mind and body. So a prisoner in the bank bv the furious de- of the men are all in was fined $100 and sent to jail for toward Jefferson, ending in their bitter that direciion lias been extremely mod- an his way upon his inches, dark blue in color. Tho design willj 1'lvinouth. while on morning, to catchMrs. six months. . states the able statistician of the Detroit positors, and was only liberatedthe course " attack upon him for the Louisiana pur- crate. In relatiou to the cases of sus- found Friday signing at the last. But for The Postal Card Trouble. represent on the left an arch panel bearing1 early tram, fc Free Pres.. says chase from the French. He declares pension, the Postmaster-GenerGibson's house burned to the ground, and Six prisoners were taken from Covingadopted a serious outbreak was imminent. Washington, August 23. Third Assist- tho figure of a mail messenger bov on a! the body of that lady in the ruins. It is ton to tho Penitentiary at Frankfort a few that "nothing so fully illustrates the low that in every instance the case has been Mrs. Howarr, of Baltimore, recently run. nnd surmounted bv tho words "TTnif o.i; thought thnt y alter Paine, an insane days ago. ant Postmaster General Hnzen 'found, on breaking an ordinary egg, anstate to which the once prosperous Fed carefully considered upon the evidence No Explosion Intended. oblong Castleton, N. Y., States;" on the aright an oi oaK tablet or-- ; nephew of Mrs. Gibson's, set the house on a telegram from other perfect egg, with a firm shell, float- organized thieves is working eralists werefal'u as the turbulent ana in niirsuance of the same nrinciolcs bv wreatu A band of and laurel fire. lie was taKen to tno insane uuspuui Philadelphia, Pa., Au2ust28. Chief of stating that tho postal card contractor nninented witn on the inside. The egg within was the factious opposition they now made to j which tho President was guided in the, Greenville. this morning." Detectives Kelly received an anonymous there was now turning out about eight surrounding nt a words, "Secures immediSpecial Dolivery Office." at Augusta delivery ate berinnin!r. and that a larg6 number of about the size of a pigeon egg, and appartho acquisition of Louisiana. to the exploSix murderers are now confined in tho ently occupied the place of the yelk, which note this morning in reference as follows: hundred thousand postal cards per day. Across the top of the tablet is the legend,! But a remnant of the great party re solic ted renio als have been refused by Antelopes. Train Stopped Hopkinsville jail for crimes committed sion on the steamer Felton, All of them, however, were not available "Special Postal Delivery," and at the bot-- i . was deficient. The contents of the smaller "The Felton explosion as dynamite. The for use, as some difficulty was experienced torn the words. "Ten Cents," separated by mained." be continues, "tens ot thou- becau-- the proofs were not such as. in Bismarck, Dak., August31. While pass-iu- g within tho last sixteen months. " egg were yellow. sands of independent thinkers, to whom the President's judgment, .to warrant Tho printing and quality a small shield bearing tho numeral "10." through the Bad Lands yesterday the people who had it oid notintenil to exploie in drying them. A close estimate of tho tobacco handled . ' . A forkfcl of hay was thrown to a cow good fovcrhment was better than pol- such action. it, but were on the boat at the time, and of the cards, while showinc a slight impassoncer train wns stopped by tho twenty-thre- e d factories of OwensIt ill be im- provement, is not as yet satisfactorj- - to tho on the ranch ot Mrs. Leary, in Jackson were taking it home to use. After this authoritative statement, we bv a herd of antelopes, which stampeded boro shows that not less than 12,600,000 itical strife! who were under the lash of Exploding Glycerine. Valley, Cal. The animal had just com- - possible for you to discover them, but to department. no political chief, who believed that the trust the Republican press will havo the before the engine. Over 100 of the nnimals pounds aro stripped iu thnt place an. from others 27. At 0 o'clock Bradford, Pa., August kept on tho track ahead of the engine for nnenced to eat when she started back and remove suspicion of evil intent investigaduty of every honest man in the party manliness to do President Cleveland statement is made. Your His Neck Was Broken. this morning Roberts' glycerine factory, over a mile, refusing to leave tho track nually. began running and jumping wildly about this should bo to that eni.1 The note is of the minority was to uphold, not pull justice and retract tho charges they tion of huntand Some time ago there was a mad dog down, tho prorerninont of tho majority, have so indiscriminately made. Duluth.Minn., August 28 JohnWaise-ma- n two mjles from town, caught fire. Super- until the train stopped threea partywounded the corral She soon after fell down and evidently written iu a disguised hand. nnd ers on the train killed fifkilled on tho farm of Mr. Love, about wns hanged hero for the murder intendent Lewis, the only person nroundtt one. is too much to expect; but expired, when it was ascertained that she so longs' that government labored for teen miles south of Corydon. A few daj-last spring pf a man named Farley, after- the time, saw that ho could do nothing, nnd: had been strangled to death by a live the common good, had drawn off from they should at least have tie decency Monument's Electric Light. The ago a horso belonging to Mr. Love showed the party of Hamilton, and now gave a to refrain from further charges in this A Druggist Poisons Two Ladies. burning .,,. enake, which had run from the hay into a ran for his life. A terrible explosion fol-- i Washington, Augu3t;8. The electric ward persons the latter's shanty. Onlv a lowed, which shook Bradford to its centerj were admitted, although few New York, August 31. Druggist Amde, signs of being sick, when two of Mr. Love's warm support to the Republican cause. direction until they have hrst investi, her throat. lighting apparatus infthe Washington lnrgo crowd was around the iuclesure. Pre- tmery's large brick building shook Itke a' sure; that ureatest ever of Hobokcn, last evening put up a prescrip sons procured a dose of physic and pro- To them the Admistration of Jefferson gated the Mtb'ect The Atcheeon Champion tells the follow- - monument has been coapleted, and tho cisely at three o'clock Sheriff McQuaid leaf. "The explosion wns theono run in the' tion for the Misses Hulse, daughters or a ceeded at once to drench the horse. While deserved support. there is some just foundation forcriti-ci-isprung the trap and swung Waiseman Into heard here. There was but Ing story on a noted politician: "Mr.Evart work of setting the memorial slabs on the factory at the time. The building was well known citizen. The prescription call- drenching him the boys discovered that he "They had seen promised reforms beWashington Post. once sent a donkey up to his farm at Wind- - inner walls of the monuaent will now be eternity. The fall broke his neck. In ten completely wrecked. The loss is not yet ed for quinine, and the druggist put up was mad, and before they could flee from minutes he was pronounced dead and cut a week afterward re- pushed forward. Meanwhile the public is down. ono of the ladies him he bit both of them very severely,after come actual reforms. They had seen sor, Vt.. and about morphine. This morning ascertained. there beisg the" Federalists add $3,000,000 to tlie fund with A Frcnoh scientist says that the died and tho other is living. Amdo has lied. which the horse died, and upon examinaceived the following letter from his little not admitted, the elevator no the accomwhich to run for public debt iu five years. They had Cherokees and Creeks alone of the ' grandchild: 'Dear Grandpa The little modation of the public. St" Additional Authorized. No Dynamite in It. tion it was found that he had been bitten seen the Republicans reduce tho debt by American Indians possessed t:earbof The White House Opened. 'donkey is Terr gentle, but he makes a big Washington, August 27. The Acting by the mad dog killed on Mr. Love farm. .?5, 000,000 in two years. They had een writing. The former, he says, write New York, August 2& Firo from the Washington, August 31. The Wbitt The boys are doing well, but it is feared by noise nights. He is very lonesome. I guess Dwelling Wrecked Lightning. phonetic, characters, cigar O'Donovan Rossa was smoking, in Postmaster General has authorized the em- House was rcop ned to tho public the Federalists go to the very limit of with seventy-seve- n he misses you I hope you will come up after ployment of additional their friends that they will be attacked constitutional taxation in the levying of invented by one of their tribe in 1830. New Castle, Pa., August .'to. This sec- bis Chambers street office, this morning, "soon and then he won't be so lonesome. The building has been cleansed and reno- with hydrophobia. September 1 as follows: At Canton, O., 1; vated duri g the President's absence, and tion was visited by a terrible storm this dropped on a stack of inflammatory a direct tax. They had seen the Repub- Th; Creeks have nineteen characters. . . "Minnie."" Three gambling dens were raided in licans dry every so'urce of internal reve- The notorious Sittiug Hull had written afternoon. At four o'clock lightning literature, and a lively burst of Chicago, 35; Cincinnati.S; Columbus, O., 1; is now in condition for hU return. People on the street, Des Moines, 2; Detroit 5; Grand Rapids, Paducah, tho other night, and all tables nue and still have money to spare. his biograplry in pictorial writing, each- ' . rr An Omaha woman has three husbands struck a house owned asil occupied by flames followed. Milwaukee, 3; was photographed with all of Timothy Mack, his ife asd sou. Mack and when they saw tho smoke, rushed away a Mich., 2, Kansas City, 0; 2; Omaha,Neb., living and Tho failure of tho Government and instruments captured were publicly Never had the Government been so figure roughly traced in ink. His Minneapolis, 4; Nashville, " short distance and waited expectantly for them the other day. Two of them aro di- -; a bov who had stopped for shelter were dynamite explosions, but none came. The 2; Pittsburgh. 4: St. Paul, 4; Scranton, Pa., Bteamer Alert, which returned disabled burned in the street. smoothly, so savingly carried on. "Cajsar's Commentaries" were written fatally injured. Mrs Mack a man Rev. Jake Williams, a well known but kindly consented to sit for the named O'Brien were injured, and not fa- fire was soon extinguished. Rossa suffers 1; South Bend, Ind., 1; Springfield, O., 2; to St. John's, N. F., tho other day, to vorced, With such an Administration they on the back of a book which bclougeS but Toledo, 1; Zanesville, O., 1. group. . a loss of $250. He was not insured. tally. The house is a total wreck. penetrate the ice oft" Hudson's Strait colored Methodist preacher, died at his could find no fault. Government by to the Commissariat of theThird United is recarded as a serious blow to tho home in Frankfort a few days ago. the old friends of Washington was not States Infantry, and outained a recital i $i " f Agent Tisdel reports to the State De- Every river town between Louisville and worth tho money wrung from the peo-rjl- e of his adventures between 1864 and 1870.; Female Clerks Appointed. Emigration Statistics. scheme by which it is proposed to esQueer. Shover ef the partment that horses and cattle are wholly l against the "- by the erindiner taxes it imposed. Washington, August 27. The Acting tablish a summer route via Hudson Bay Cairo is firing in its protestsmails. Washington, August 50. The Chief of Rockford, III.. August 50. Frank f ... unknown in Central Africa, and there are The Inyo County Cal.) XcgisUr Not a State election, therefore, took appointed and Straits to Europe for the shipment discontinuance of the packet Bureau of Statistics reports that the Secretary of the Treasury ;. enly three mules, by exact census.left alive Betts, ten years old, wjj apprehended the A Clark County loy, fourteen years place out of New England but showed describes a natural soap found in thfcf" In the Congo Valley. The natives of both while endeavoring to passa counterfeit total number of immigrants who arrived at twenty female clerks to assist in tho count of the products of the Northwest Terri- Old, is six feet one nnd a half inches tall. e In its variegated red section. large Republican gains." country of the paper manufactured at the mills in tories. The Alert was sent out exsexes go either in the garb of Adam and half dollar yesterday. It'was found that tho seven principal ports of this 18S4, colors it looks almost identically The likeness between the Republican The Kentucky wheat crop this year falls the Philadelphia for printing internal revenue pressly to determine the feasibility of during July was 2S,S04. For July, - Eve before the fall, or with a girdle or he had two hundred spuriofe pieces, and to number was .12,772; for the seven months stamps, thus increasing the force engaged the project, and those who cherished it short of last season's yield 10,500,000 bushirreconcilables of and Federal like Castile soap. For use 'on the,. he replied that he skirt about the loins. The women do all all questionsmatter will be'lookedhad made ending July 31 last, 218,178: for tho corre- in thnt work to forty-fivIt is expected have abandoned all idea of its practi- els. them. The irreconcilables of eighty years agojs Bands for removing dirt, grease, or into bv sponding period last year, 276,600. to finish the count by December. the work in the field and hut the authorities. In a runaway accident at Eminence, Mrs. still further emphasized by the attitude oven printing ink, and Tor bathing purcability. Chicago Times. A Brookltn woman has eloped with an E. Ditto had her arm broken and was otherPearson Denies It. oi eauii lowara the resment in oiuce. poses, it is more effective and quite- as ' Death from a Rattlesnake Bite. Neck Broken With a Beer Keg. r ash cart driver. We hope this craze will "To the narrow partisans who re- pleasant in the application as any arti-- . wise injured. New York, August 27. The rumor. pubsot be carried to the extent that prevailed AV heeling, y'. Va., AugSt 30. George Minonk, III., August 27. Thomas If agno or insanity is latent in a Wm. F. Shanks, ot Louisville, was mained in the Federal ranks," says the iicial soap in use. It lies An a ledge, lished hero yesterday, that Postmaster some time ego among coachmen-elopin- g Blackburn, of Elk Garden, alloy about fifit will almost always develop awarded the contract of completing the historian, "the good which Jefferson ac- some twenty-fiv- e feet wide. It has been , t a miner, who claims to be also a General Vilas'was to resign and accept the ' ladies. teen years of age, was bitten, last Friday pugilist, quarreled with Robert Begoin in 'a Austrian Mission, and that Postmaster Jerson at sea. So Dr. Founiess-Bric- o laying street complished went for nothing. It was du into but a foot or two in depth. GenFrankfort reservoir and C. S. Kingsley was wounded In the re- by a rattlesnake, and died before he could saloon here last night, and after kndeking Pearson wns to become Postmaster concludes after studying the subject as pipes. a maxim with them that nothing denounced by Postmaster eral, was y bellion, and a silver plate was inserted in reach home. He was engaged in binding Begoin down threw a beer keg upon him Pearson as a "palpable invention." His it is revealed in tho records of North At Indianapolis a manufacturer is ' oats for a neighbor, about threo miles from witn such force as to break the neck of the The dwelling of 'John Turnbnll, of Lin- which Thomas Jefferson did was right; turning: out log wagons for service in ' his skull. The plate subsequently pressed Atlantic emigrant traveL Curious en- coln County, was entirely consumed by and that un.il the day came round rumor that denial included the South America' against his brain, and he became insane. his home, and while tying a theaf was bit- prostrate man. A reward is offered for Murtha, of Brooklyn, was to have the xew ough, in nearly every case tho patient with their when they should again be placed in tho mahogany woods of e McKean's arrest. - 'l this state for twenty years. ten on the nose. twenty-fivYork He remained in has been ailing, and has been recom- flre. The family barely escaped hundredv Each weighs power, the Government never would be ii ten-to- n load on A short time since, while in an asylum at Million Dollars Worth ofTealskins. mended by his medical attendant to lives. Consul to Shanghai. work in stable, the. country never would be pounds and'is up to a Pensions. Payment of Cucumbers get in their deadly Washington, the plate was removed and San Francisco, Auzust a rough road: the wheels have tires August 28. The Preident "try a sea voyage." Alaska Washington, e to contend for Campbell County by sellin? for five cents a sate. They ceased Washington, August 2S. The Treas- has decided to reappoint Mr. Julius Staenl the man's reason returned. The past Commercial Company's stealer St. Paul, principle and began to contend for fmir intdifts wide and an inch thick,.aml hundred. tweaty years was a blank to him. Like which arrived last night fro Ounalaska, ury Department has paid out about to Shanghai, Cb.na. be px as Consul General place. They became mere obstruction-f- o the motive power will y9k'r-.frf?Ni,- .: teams of, There are 1,600 kinds of pears, Winkle" he had no remem-hraon account of pensions so far this Mr. Staehl is now in Washington on Uf Va The late rains In Grant County were the brought WftOG sealskins, vali&l at $1,IW,- from eight r Sweaty a.aect of. the political world which 1,500 sorts of apples, 150 plums, moro 4 anything, and the changes bt rer knowuln tht eectlnn. month. It is therefore expected that the Consular service in E. Everette.'of the Smith of U sthtr ct ii tha rawit ts b l i CnfnJor teu or vymri thaa 160 varieties of gooaeberrisi a& hcT!et decrcaie of tho public dbt for Auguat will WU4rckls; ..wB . ytixv. fcbout 125 strftwbsrris. net bt ai forgo ai ansgtspMHcr,t . three-quarte- rs to-da- Maiice produces $50,000 worth of blueberries this year. Cuba dates all her postage stamps just like they do coins. It costs about $8,000 for a family to spend the seasoQ in Newport. There are 500 persons employed in the UnUed States signal service. f The Irish National League has about Cft'i branches in the United-- States. 4HE portrait of QueeaVictoria.,l.,oa. mbro stamps than any other ruler. Salvixi, the Italian tragedian, will to the United States in October. Henuv Clay bestowed the title "Queen City of the "West" on Cincinnati in 1&!S. The New YorkDemocratfc State Convention will be held at Saratoga September 2t. The children of Queen Victoria now take $00,000 a year from the purse of the British 'people. Prixce Bismarck and Count Kalkonv J have failed to agree on an actual Austro- German customs union. George Francis Train has "swore off" writing for the press. The press can do its own writing hereafter. The ultimate restoration of Gladstone to t power in England is prophecied as a certainty by knowing ones. The Governor of Missouri is a graceint swimmer, and never flirts water on the other old boys, so it is said. The compulsory education law is a fall- .ure in New York, according to Commissioner Peck, of the State Labor Bureau. The total number of deaths from cholera In Spain since the outbreak of the disease, to Angtist Hi, has been 72,347, out of a total ij, of IS7.5G5 cases. ; TnE Montreal authorities rented a garden 'attached to the small-po- x hospital to a market gardener, who raises cabbages and other products for the city. v The registered letter stamp issued by the United States of Colombia is five by two and inches, being the largest post , age stamp in use in the world. Every postage stamp Chili has issued has the portrait of Columbus upon its face, with his name, and is the only country that has so honored the discoverer of America. The use o rhfcor3- - for the adulteration of coffeejas so dismissed the sale of the latter in Great Britain that less is sold to a popiilation of 0,000,000 now than to re-tu- rn London, August 88 Mr. Parnell's speeches have to!iie at jost the right moment to concentrate populnrattention in England. The EuglUh politicians are still buried iu contemplation of the great prob lem of how the cH vill jtlnlp, and they maintain an Unbroken silence. Into this void the notes of the Iri'b leader penetrated with exulting "tonef His throwing questions, and overboard of all making on immediate call for legislative independence, created nurprjse and anger at the first shock. Ildherto the English re plvhnsbeen nn unbroken rhOIUSof ."nhat- sub-Miaiy all Spanish officers now on furlough hnve been ordered to rejoin their regiments. Tho same paper is authority for the statement that several large Spanish mercantile houses have canceled all their outstanding orders for German goods. Paks. August 28. It is stated thnt Emperor illiam, of Germany, through a feeling of sympathy xvith King Alfonso, has "Jl'if n aI)ersonal interference in order to obtain prompt settlement of the Carolines affair favorable to Spnin. Spanish merchants and other consumers of German products threaten to boycott all German Koods. Firm3 in Wurzburg and Elberfeld have received notices from commercial houses in Spain severing business connections with them. Two Officers MUTderod by Burglar. August 2S. . Chicago, A mysterious double murder was committd about 12 o'clock last-nigat Geneva, Kane County, Ills., the victims being two of the three officers who constitute tho police force of the town. The deed was committed right in the center of that quiet place, near the Court-housnnd some dozen shots wero heard bv the residents in tho neighborhood, given in quick succession, at about midnight, but no one left bod to find rut the cause of the turmoil, and it was resrved'for a party of merrv-makereturning from a picnic, at about 1 o'clock, to find the bodies of the murdered men ami raise the alarm. Officer McNatt wns found dead with a bullet hole in tho rcgiuu of the henrt, his revolver, with five of its chambers emptied, lying near him. McNattlav at the southwest corner of the Court-housand several rods awav, on " the sidewalk, was fouud Officer Grant, also, with a bullet hole in th brea3t. but on the right e, rs e, Paris, August 28. La France states that icrqfuspl.TheJn-ais-nr5t,eI''lIywnrm,- 4 their present cue beingj" gp oeiore the cry, aruine countrv on an that an enormous Liberal majority will anti-Parnell- oa. sav would'dlom ICS thaa a minute after the accident, and that it would be almost impossible for even d knitting-needl- o to follow tho course through a man's body which this iron rod did without entering a number of larg arteries, whereas the rod which passed through Sutton was of an iuch in diameter. A dispatch from Warren says: "Sutton is getting alonr nicely and gives every indication of a rapid recovery. Ho sits up in bed and smokes, a habit "which has a very strong hold on him, but it has been a sourco of strength rather than anything else." ,000,000 such cases y Mot Remarkable Kecovery on UccorO What Tobacco AVill Do. Oil City, Pa., August 27. Henry Sutton is seemingly about to make one of the most remarkable recoveries on record. A littl more than two weeks ago, whilo engage ll u agitating an owned bv Collins & Thnninsnn nh Rtnnn Hill nonr WatTOn. h attached an iron rod, kuown as tho polish, rod, to the sand-pum- p line, and lowered ff to the bottom of tho well. A sudden rusT of gas threw the rod from the well an; aii about thirty feet the into and in falling it struck Sutton oj mo npnc sine ot the neck, came oui enter the side below tho brenst-lonagain nt the hit) nnd emerced from tlii ile3h below tho knee. The vital orga wero not penetrated, but it was the there was very little hopo of his rccovo: in spite oi this Kutton has continueu improve, notwithstanding thi fnet that oil-wei e. Iliisb.iud. Emporia, Kan., August SI. Interest in the Walkup poisoning case hero hqs been at fever heat all day. Tho suspense of yesterday, and indeed for many days past, concerning tho result of the chemical analysis of the viscera by Prof. Jones, of Kansas City, was relieved this morning. The report, showing the analysis to havo discovered considerable quantities of arseforeshadowed the vernic, distinctly by dict - that would be rendered J'urtuer fltf nramo --Jury. tb bo inonv. however, first remained to wasgiven, preuud "full and exclusive evidence sented bv various druggists, chemists nnd physicians, all tending to estamisu ine of bismuth usedm purity of the the prescription given Wnlkup.and showing there was in Squibbs' preparation used the faintest trace of arsenic, as expressed in th testimony offered by Dr. Gardiner, who yesterda'y analyzed the bitmuth. Dr. Jacobs and Colonel Feighan, County Attorney, who yesterday took largo doses, sixty grains each, of the from tho identical package used iny tho prescription for the deceased, no ill effects to feeling testified snd experiencing no grittiness in tho throat. Eben Baldwin, of Douglass County, Kas.. testified that while he was on tho boat Baton Rouge last December with Ti'nlkup on the way from St. Louis to Jew York, the latter, whom Baldwin hnd known fer five years, was taken sick ami exhibited symptoms similar to those described in tho reports of Walkup'.s last illness. He taid he went with deceased toAalkups boarding-hous- e in New Orleans.and everything about tho same had a respectable appearance. He alleges, however, that elsewhere guilty was Walkup in. and indiscretions. of excess alkup Ireland, grocer, testified that a few hours before his death told him that if he pot well he would always thereafter have suspicions of his wife. The testimony being all in, the jurors met in secret session n't 2 o'clock-thiafternoon to frame a verdict. t 4 :90 they concluded a unanimous finding. Before tho result was announced a warrant for the formal arrest of Mrs. Walkup was made out and servod, whereupon the following verdict was given to the public: That Walkup's death was caused by arsenic administered by his wife. Tho among from are Coroner's jurors business men respected pur most In high standing, and their finding is entitled to woight. Mrs. Walkup's preliminary examination has been set for morning befo-- e Justice Payne. Granting that tho vordict bo justified, there is still a mvstery about the motive of tho woman, as will be entertained by readers of previous accounts of this affair. Many think a gross deception as to the wealth of Walkup had been practiced ujxm the bride before marriage, Tho trial is watched for with that interest which the overshadowing event has presaged. sub-nitra- te sub-nitra- te to-das tJt iutXiivy r.oiilTllle I.raT Tolinorn JInrlfel. A: - fi . Dark and heavy styles have been in good -UltUI u ldemand, nnd firm, with a rise of 25c. in r.nnran3 IrTidfi?5 was cooked: 2i iSJsJ.P1 announclngthatthe itlrne medium and good leaf. Tho principal ?iaPterbounclnir strength has been iu medium regie and democrat for my P.- 1DT. nondescript leaf. Tho offerings of dark to- &9A their petitions, and they baccos have been light, not exceeding 15 to missions nv, 20 per cent, of the daily offerings. There ma3.l ?d to VUm but they hadn,t have been here recently of West- Nr tiy iU f0r 1 kept ern Kentucky tobaccos at considerable InotforalVVwtlYe ,n tno iajt campaign, profit. Drouth complaints have been much more serious, especially in the Green River kick, kick. kick, but I'll j!S&tck, stick, nnd Southern districts. In Daviess, Breckinridge, McLean and that section genernotnpprehonslve, for I am , rS-- i 3TaHheffenlvo--enfcou'ens- ivo ally serious injuries aro reported, as also partisan. in portions of the- - Fpier Green River, Clarksville and Burley districts. The rain I made sb; contuti0n to that noble institu- which set hi recently may possibly rellovo Tbo G. Pj, ft not as larpe as usual, d'ye tho situation; but a port of the crop has been rapidlv advanced by drouth and hot grennnatnrny to' .tBee.&ndtha8jinus.ualt I tarp be benefited much. Patch-wor- k cutting Is expected that ho woula'bo in progress in some sections. We quote For rneverti1110 ISSi tobaccos as follows for And so very gently whooped her up for packages: Brother B.: 0, vorr, very gently, for my mind was fixed Curley. Darknnil Heavy. intently Trash ...S3 T.'VS 4 00 $ 3 TTrfi 4 50 On higher things than politics namely: my 4 75& 5 25 Common lutrs.. . ... 4 SVS 4 75 V) talaree. Medium lutrs... 5i"4 5 23 5 50& 6 00 -r. ,:A 6 5 fjdUi 6 00 Good luirs I have put up Cleveland's picture as a handB 2.V& 8 75 TiWfc 8 (O Common leaf.. . ... 6 some 9 0011 60 7 ffl 9 00 Medium leaf... wall where Hanzlnx from the 13 00&16 00 9 2Wtl0 50 Good leaf .. Blaine's was won't to smile; 13 0rtlTOO Fancy leaf 1G50&2 00 And I take a mugwump paper, as a very t'St??lrboascorncrs 55f PARTISAN. taSte. ..v", ai?olId Bf5;,n 2lltflal re-sal- Sy50chthey fer wemner-to-VsiagBTJrtoo janhvni.MvK.iuiti..t:i "t splscd. They received tho news of th& best and wisest act of Jofferson's whola Administration with a roar of execration they ought to havo been ashamed to set up." Tho deliberate cultivation of a liko temper in the Republican party of to day is likely to have the result which it, had upon tho fortunes of Federalists at the beginning of tho century. In times of war and great excitement men will overlook injustice toward their party oppouents, because the necessity of1 keeping their own party in power seems so great that auy weapons are pardonable. Rut in a time of peace and partisan temperance the people will desert that party which is unreasonable and unjust in its assaults upon an administration that is evidently trvinjr to do its duty honestly and conscientiously in. cnti?n it unns Tr, p.,jm. I Mft rf,rtTV, lisrz fll v o..,.. - . H rsrj3,mx';'2l" was- - full-wel- gl POLICY? "MU( Convincing I'roor That the Party "Will a beneficiaC taam i sj post-offic- es offlce-nxtur- self-sam- e . P.-- ten-ce- nt fellow-citizen- s .... and-thei- r to-d- aj i e, ss post-offic- es -- to-da- j', s e good-size- s 's one-ha- lf Aid-de-Ca- to-da- y s, club-hous- e, first-cla- ss Cal-lon- fast-sti- n -- I to-d- ay siiow-buslnes- e r - -- I sT?int!57; . . hnmatt-neing;"ith- a3 ;htbeeople - aos ht To-da- half-breed- t Two-thir- ds To-da- an To-nig- ht disap-pointme- at to-da- to-da- t h-r- e threo-yenr-o- ld inelo-sur- nni-mal- s, - to-da- y. A Camp-meetin- g, 13-1- 17-(- j; al to-da- ed e East-boun- Per-hapsth- at to-d- ay 3 and-mad- e n. Letter-Carrie- rs to-da- y. letter-carrie- rs anti-Engli- sh - . - '' ld to-da- y - j; and-whit- to-d- ay e. m m ' : r - Mc-Kea- n, m m i to-da- Post-offic- e. aoi-Th- V- - ' M O1 uuu .7 i Jti $ wn :?-- K. if:r; ; The Hickman Courier. GEORQB WAMIEN, Publisher; HICKMAN. : : c KENTUCKY. MOTHER EARTH. mother earth, how sweot to rest Hero on thy breast; While overhead the fair blue sky. floating by, With Bends lovingly. How swoet tho moist smell of thy sod Where jrrasses nod: In her own rays Where, One slender stem tho daisy sways O, halo-crown- when yJi to the lion's if6- Panted with delight fastened which her nT1' 'in ,dead gold ..,.. imTniiDHT iv ... utanr . W. if ?"!? a few questions about Rodei and mental development, which I ,1,. ioanswerwiiuKluwluo Jffced her walk with a stiff adieu to ,not a word or look for little Amalie, fiiied by her brother, threw most 0aate m au1 th kisses from her mittened flu- retreating figure. I f 4 sudden unconquerable dislike to M. wnan; and she was if" Lul in statuesque, tall, stately way, heartless bnt t ew a there was no more tenderness Inh than there was blood in her velvety, - .. -- w. ic, ', "fJJS-lik- e complexion, ,s that lady J" I asked of the foot- Vjj hen she was out of hearing. Through summer days; Where clovers tempt tho wandering bea s With honoyed loos; Where lolls tho wind on lazy wing-While in his breath tho light leaves , swing-Fa- fluttering. int While on thy breast; U. mother earth, so kind nrt thou. My tired brow. So lontr with weariness oppressed, Forgets tho aching- and unrest - ?aV r vfti , uv Shall ever seem? Yet so, O mother kind, I trust, When dust to dust This throbbing head now pressed to tho. These feet that walk so stumblingly. Shall gathered bo. Forgets tho striving and tho pain That racked the brain; The blight that fell on hopes so fair. The dreams that vanishing in air Left heavy care! O. mother earth, somctimo to rest Within thy breast. With folded hands in dreamless sleep. In peaceful slumber long and deep. While grasses crcop, .And daisies come to swing and nod Upon tho sod. That roofs tho narrow house whom I. Unconscious how the swift years fly. Shall peaceful lie! O, mother earth, thou art 60 fair And yet somewhere, ISeyond that sky so lovingly, rnuiunuy ueut over mo, duuu x not see, Awaking with unclouded sight. jn uoas clear liptiu A. lod to thy fairest drenm A vaguo uncertain, flickering gleam shall stand In that sweet land: Contout if but His simplo child May in tho Master's likeness mild Walk undeflled. JJ. F. Merrill, in Louisville Courier-Journal. My soul with rapturous joy vr r THE WHITE LADY. that the prospect Her Machinations Against tho gether was still inof our beginning life to-a the dim future. I had most trustworthy messenger for my innoYoung Heir of Beroldstoin. cent communications to Charlie in tho peri&- My so welf. "Has JIme. Elizabeth any children?" I asked. ."Yes, two bovs; but they can not be Dukes of Beroldstein unless misfortune overtakes my young master, which Heaven forbid! Mine. Elizabeth can not become reconCHed to tho fact that her husband is only the second son." The dislike I had conceived for the new. comer only increased on nearer acquaintance; she had come for a visit of some weeks, perhaps months to the castle, and I noticed that without exception the older servants of theplaeo either spoke ill of her or never mentioned her name. "She is one of the beautiful demons that one hears about in the stories of mv country," remarked Frau Brenner with a shake of her head. "But one should not judge her too histily; she lived all her youth in a,'lonJj part o Jtueslu, with no mother to guide her ami under the influence of a father who was none to saintly." Shortlyjaf ter this my attention was taken up by an event much more interesting to me than tho intrigues of the Von Beroldstein family. Charlie, inv lover bless his faithful heart! had by dint of poisistent search obtained a position in a bank at Trir, a trifling distance hv rail from Beroldstein, and had installed himself iu that towa The delightful knowledge of a true friend and protector being near nt hand gavetiie world n wonderful brightness for me aid even little Amalie began a babv attempt at repeating the simple home femes which from sheer lightness of heart I sang in her ears all day. To see each other again was happiness enough for Charlie anil me, and we found no tine during our brief meetings to mourn touching little sjcurly hair. "They sav her ininil is astray, and I believe tlie right." ln mature, carriage and gesture she was rauchjnore n dame than was the amiable the mother of the two children iu ra" charge, and it seemed afterwards to me att Mme Elizabeth protested silpntly against the fate that had not elevated her to thiTplace which she would have adorned ma"-gen- tlv ttod-5- 5 gos-S1?s wiieofthelate Duke's vounger brother. " .. .0Q'd be Duchess now if it were not i ! Elizabeth of Beroldstein, the sofnetpnes high-Jor- But, becoming fully aroused, the little child sat up and held out his arms to me, claiming in baby language an old friend. "It is our young master I have no longer any doubt!" the man said instinctively raising his hat. "Look fo; the mark of the dog's bite on his kuee, to make sure," put in Lisette, trembling with excitement. I had not thought of this before, and was thankful for the girl's suggestion. As I expected, wo found the thre little prints made by the dog's, teeth in the baby's tender flesh. At this additional proof of my darling's identity I fell upon my knees and sobbed for pure delight, thanking from the depths of my heart tho mysterious Providence that had directed my steps to the desolate cottage. At that moment tho woman whom I had seen on my first visit entered the room.and the look of teiTor that came over her face at seeing us I shall never forget. "What who," she began confusedly; but Max interrupted her by saying coollv: "We have come to relieve you of the care of this child; he is needed a't the Castle, where he belongs." Putting the httlo boy into my willing arms, he whispered it few words to mo to the effect that I was to go back with all speed aud send two or three men to relieve his guard over the suspicious premises. An hour later the Schloss Beroldstein was the scene of tho greatest excitement. The news spread like wiidfiro throughout the whole neighborhood that tho young Dnko had been restored from the dead. I dressed little Roderic in his own clothes, gave him his toys on the hearthrug, and n then brought his mother to look at the protty picture. I shall not attempt to describe how the house of mourning changed to one of rejoicing. A last but striking proof that the young heir hail grief-stricke- HESITATION. SOMETHING BETTER. Th Party That Knocks Them All Oat U HOW TO GET TRADE IN SUMMER. W Slucle Kound. A Watermelon and a Cucumber which found themselves on the same stand at tho Central Market yesterday began quarreling. " You are all colic, to say the best of you," remarked the Melon. "And you are all seeds and rinds!" retorted the Cucumbor. "That's all right, coining from a little fellow like you." "Little! what's your size when tho man has had to plug you to see if you are rJ.eV I'd rather bo a ripo Cucumber than an green Watermelon !" " Come, now, what's nil this row about?" queried the as he fin'shed selling a quart of strawberries. " Why," answered tho Molon, "old Cholera Morbus hero Is jealous of me." "No such thing! Old Kind and Seeds prides himself on being able to kill two men to my one, and you know that is all wind!" "Hush, my children," whispered tho " While I appreciato both of oepr-grostand-keepe- r, sttnd-keepe- r. wn Then But 1 Of course, without a doubt, ll 9 bef to have It out; 11 I A VICIOUS DKIVEK. ve hit tho very thlnjt doorknol) nd a strinsr; kind o hato to shut tho door. hmma A. Opper. in liarpefg Young People. 1 e net er have a toothache any more, m returned was tho unfeigned delight with which little Amalie welcomed Sack her brother. The dark woman of the cottage was put under arrest, and with very little hesita-tio- u made a statement to the following effect: She, Anna Freitschlor, had com6 Rome weeks before from Thuriugia to Beroldstein with tho lady known as Mine. Elizabeth. She had brought with her her little boy, one year old a pretty child when in health, fair and but at that time much disfigured by illness. The doctor had said that tho child was too ill to travel, that ho might die nny day; and she, Anna, had not wished to make the journey: but Mine. Eliznlmth ha 1 given her a large sum of money, with . Jiuiuui vK UlUld 11 sue uuuiu IJIIUJT Wll? child; and she, being a poor widow, had not been able to resist the offer. She was required to give a promise to live alone iu the oottage that Mine. Elizabeth would choose for her, and to tell no 0110 who she was or whence she came. She did not know for what reason she had been sent for, or what purpose she was destined to serve: she was only content that the promised monuy was pai h- -r at regular intervals. Tli9 baby grew much worse and became shockinj;t look at. with its face like a searlt mask. One uight when Anna thought it verv its Mine. Elizabeth, dressed in white, cam alone and on fojt the co'taji' seonl visit then1 that day. She seemed very much excited, aud said Anna must let her take the child to the Castle, where there was a great physician who might perhaps cure him The woman wa iiecaton-to obey, so sh wrapped fie babv in a blunket and gavt him to her. Mmo. Elizabeth came again that nighUvery lat9, still holding something in hsr arms. "They could not cure your babv he is dead," she said, "but I have br Hiht you this child in his place." And she laid m Anua's arms a little boy not unlike thf one she had takon away. 5lme. Elizabeth then gave her an astonishingly large sum of money, and told her that she was to prepare to go with the child back to Thuringia as soon as possible, there to rear him a9 her own, and she mado her promise never to tell a soul of the exchange that had been made. Anna had no idea of the great wrong she was doing; she had only blindly obeyed every order of the mistress who had her completely in her power. blue-eyed, Kocentrlelties. The summer hotel that Isn't better, healthier and cheaper than any other in tho country. The editor who doesn't understand tho political situation better than tho Trcsl-deii- t. The Socialist who doesn't drop his Communism tho moment ho owns his own hoiiMC. k I 1 Tho mnn who doesn't know how to run a nc spaper better than the editor. The college valedictoriau who doesn't know more about both than either. Tho millionaire who does to others as he would like others to do to him. The summer resort that openly admits tho preenco of mosquitoes. The daily newspaper that hasn't the largest circulation in the city. The pug-do- g that doesn't feel ntsolf better than its mistress. The lawyer who refuses to defend a man ho knows to bo guilty. The doctor who 'discharges his patient beforo tho funeral. Tho detective's cleo that ever leads to a detection. Pucfc. A 51ecliiinlc.il Politics. Tho larger of the two gentlemen In un-druniform in this Iwnutlful engraving pulls one hnndred pounds on the rope. Tho smaller gentleman pulls only fifty pounds. Both are seated on a plank mounted on rollers. We would like to hnvo our renders state tho results they think likely to follow. Mechanical Engineer. os Si FNK I. Mn. CnrsTY (to driver). "You may go on, sir. I'll not pay any such price for clover hay, and musty (Tlc xchccls go down off the crosstwj.) at" A Lesson That Cost an Albany Merchant G,000 Uefore lie Learned It Entering tho storo- of a prosperous city merchant yesterday, a gentleman, a stranger in town, expressed surprise at the busy scene that greeted him. He inquired of the proprietor how;it was that ho was getting moro than his share of business in theso dull, midsummer days. Tho merchant replied: 1 attribute the excellent business I do every summer to just two things: iirst, I mrtkn tvirmitns. and kecpinystoro jp'oretho public; second, when the pubkeeping my adver- lic caiZ" SJltisfv 5t IISUS. II iiwfc . "" P.WO to .. . tiseu proi."'' me at iiji. ...., nnii learn this leso',' "Hiring.. three ii4iiu successive least $25,000. . l.nrd vnarsthalfnl- summers during tho .' . f belli..'11 hi"f lowed 1873, I ran on an average $2,000 cf JJ1 4?busi . . mnde up my mind that there ness to do and that I would do . the middle of tho worst and dullest yen. that wo had. when clerks wero absent ' tn tlinii rnniitinna . ml linlf of IllfifnTV in the storo was idle, I started inland ' snnnt .1 900 in n.lrortisintr midsununpl bargains, remnants, old stock, an5 sw on." Within a week my store was to full of business that I liad to send for every clerk who was away and added two extra clerks. That year, insfead of a loss of $2,000 in the summer, I mado $2,500 besides what I paid for advertising. I have kept it up ever since. That was tho most expensive lesson I ever learned, but it was tho most instructive and tho most remunerative. If I had to start in business again, as poor as when I started, I would make a rule to spend f of what my rent cost in at least advertising iu homo papers. I would not waste it in cheap methods, but I would spend it judiciously and in the d best and department and in tho best and largest papers." Albany Evcnina Journal. - There was a good deal of talk about negro superstitions, but tho fact is that the negroes are no moro superstitious than the whites, after all allowances are made. There are numbers of fairly well educated people in this conn-tr- y y who shudder when they hear a dog howling or tho quavering cry of a screech owl. Superstition in some form or other is a part of the natural and inevitable equipment of the human mind. Chicago Journal. to-da- COUNTERFEITERS IEWARE. A Mlohlgan Concern Enjoined. From the Hochester Morning Herald. The following Injunction bas been talned by tho Hop Bitters Company, ot Rochester, N. Y., ajrainst Collatinus D. Warner, of Reading, Michigan, prohibiting him from manufacturing or 3ellinjr " Ger- man Hop Bitters." The President of Uie United States of America to Collatinus D. jrarner. 0 Reading, MicK, hU rrant, tcorhmen, saUsmen and agents, and each and every of them: ", n;-i- 11 -- ' I tho complainant. We therefore. In consideration of tho prcm-K0?- ;. -BtrlcUy enjoin you, tho said OollaUnua 11. aruor, ana all and every the persons re named, fromustng thevords "IlopDltters" on any tluids contained in bottles so us to Induce tho belief that such fluids arc mado bj complainant; and further, fromnanufactur-ing- , selling or offering for salo any bitters or other tluids ln the bottles and with tho labels, and in the general form In which you wero and he tumbled, iu. manufacturing and selling tho bitters called Death "fetched 'em" ney shJ?.uld ST3??. GerPal HP letters, on the filing ol J?ut weapon-kiddisease bill: or in any other bottles, or any Th,ey have been lively and drawn other lavoli contrived or designed with trf reprecould easily have disarmed sentor Irsduco the beller that tho bitters or had they covered him with that deao.J'100 fluids sold ly you are tho goods of the comWarner's safe cure, which, drawC plainant, uvtll tho further order of tho TYhat Sporting Men Rely On. When LowLs R. Redmond, the South Carolina moonshiner, cornered, after for eight years eluding the Government officials, was asked to surrender, he exclaimed: "Never, to men who firo at my back!" Beforo ho was taken, five bullets gone clear through him, but strange tohad relate, he got well, in the handa of a rudo ' backwoods nurse." By the way, if Garfield bad been in tho bonds of a backwoods nurse, he might have lived. A heap of volunteer testimony against tho infallibility of the physicians has been accumulating of late, and people are encouraged to do their own doctoring more and more. It is cheaper nd quit as certain. 'oro Detective Cnrtin. of Buffalo Tom Ballard ho "covered" him saw lue Pme ana with his rw u ei Whereas, it has been represented unto the Justices of our Circuit Court, the Hon. Stanley Matthews, and the Hon- - Henry B. Brown, at Detroit, within and for said District, sitting as a Court of Chancery, tbatjou, Collatinus D. Warner, are manufact-iirint- r and selling a medicine named German lrtl eaid medicine being devued, calculated and to mislead the public into purchaslnjr such counterfeit goods as tho manufacture of. Hop Hitters, In fraudulent imitation of the Hop Uitten made and sold by complainant; your W to-ro- ?ViKfJradf l11 fe ihn.Jv6 one-hal- high-price- Grant's Epigrams. Anglo-Saxo- s t t .? " V, r quiet little English parish where I was born, and I, his only child, had reaped the benefit of a careful education, which he bad given me during his spare hours. "When, a little nfter my twentieth birthday, my father died, leaving his untarnished name as sole inheritance for my mother and myself, I began to realize the value of his teaching, for it aided by my vigorous health and a fair spirit of determination must now keep the wolf from the door. My father had rich influential relatives. but they were too much occupied with the responsibilities which wealth brings to Little Roderic had been slightly ill with take to heart the troubles of their poorer kindred though perhaps I am ungrateful some childish malady, and for a few nights to say this, for it was through the inter- I had slept beside his bed, until, at the urvention of my uncle that I gained the po- gent request of Mrae. Elizabeth, I went to sition which assured to me at last the hap- take undisturbed rest in mv own room. I wondered at her solicitude, for she was piness of my life. In Southern Prussia, in the Duchy of Be- usually selBshly indifferent with respect to tho comfort of others. Rather unwilroldstein, the position of to two children was vacant a most lingly I resigned my care of Roderic to u d country maiden who promised desirable place, tho children being the infant son and daughter of the late Duke of to keep a vigilant eyo on the young Dukf. In the early gray of the following mornBeroldstein, who had died only six months lefore. Thanks to my uncle, I was the ing I was awakened from a sound sleep by an uproar in the house, at the thought chosen applicant for this position. still, shudder. fairly confident with respect to mv I felt of which I souuded from Cries nn laprofithe children's ciency, for at first my task would be only mentations to have the supervision of the noble chil- apartments, and, rushing to the spot. I saw dren and to teach them to speak my En- the Duchess on her knees before Roderic's glish tongue correctly; butl confess that I bed, with, a group of frightened servants felt very as I went on board gathered near her. the one who had been the boat that was to take me to an unknown left in charge of the baby moaning and calling on the name of alfthe saints, her country. "Your brother need not be uneasy about face ghostlike with terror. is "Iu Heaven's name, what the matter?" .you we shall land safo enough on the other side," said the cheery Captain, standing I cried. "Look!" was nil the Duchoss could utter, near me. pointing to a I smiled through my tears, for the tall, on the pillows.little form moving uneasily frank-eye- d young fellow who watched me Instead of tho beautiful sleeping cherub from tho shore with such a look of anxious that I had kissed only a few hours before regret on his face was not my brother. As Charlio kissed me-hhad never a terrible face, parole and distorted with and wild kissed me on the lips before and whis- lay eyes, me. limbs rigid with suffering, before pered, "Keep a good heart, Alice, my darhen did this hannen?" I asked, with ling we shall meet again hen prospects , are brighter," I felt mo uopoful than I a snaicing voice, seizing with a grip like arm had for months hofore, for his words iron theHoly of the nursemaid Lottchen. Mother forgive me." the girl "The seemed to contain in them a certainty of began, "for the five short minutes that I fulfilment. young lordship was sleeping Charlie Kent and I had been lovers al- dozed! Histhe blessed like most from babyhood; and, now that child- .nt. one. of nlTnn AaA.r angelsT or I should . t. , J . hood had long since passed, I can not say eyes I glanced towards the door, when that our feelings for each other had the saints defend me! I saw the loner changed, save to intensity. We were both very ioor, but were content enough to trailing garments and ghostly form ot the White Lady disappearing in the dnrkness! wait for better times. Schloss Beroldstein proved to be a very My voice wa3 gone with fright or I should screamed. As the life came back to stately old mansion, a trifle repellant in its have looked at tho bed and saw the awful air of antiquity and isolation from the rest mo I of the world. A park extending many change that had come over the young miles lay beforo the castle, and from my master. O, Fraulein, am I to blame bewindows at the back I had a beautiful view cause the White Lady stole away his of the Eifel mountains. The grounds at health and beauty in her death kiss? The girl fell upon her knees in a paroxysm one time must have been laid out and tended with royal care; but now the of grief, and I could understand no more statues were broken, the fountain out of re- of her incoherent exclamations. The whole scene was so weird and shockpair, and an air of neglect pervaded the ing that it seemed as if my senses were avenues and shrubbery. The Duchess lived in the strictest seclu- leaving me. Every possible remedy had sion on account of her recent bereavement, been tried for the child, who wasovldpntlv her only concern being the welfare of her dying. The whole household had been cuuuren. jiv utile charges were char- aroused; but Jime. iilizabeth had not yet appeared on the sorrowful scene. I inminga twin brother and sister, and only surviving children of the famiiy. the quired where she was; but no one seemed Roderic, the young heir to tho dukedom, to know. Before the physicians for whom was a truly beautiful child, rosy and servants had been dispatched iu all direccherub-likwith a promise of intelligence tions could arrive the baby had breathed m his face which well befitted the high his last. One couldjnot help a feeling of rank to which he was born. Amalie, the relief that his sufferings were over, and no little girl, was a quieter, softer copy of her one seemed able to realize fully the great brother, and already the pair were devo- loss that the ducal house had sustained. The doctors confessed themgelves comtedly attached to each other. The children were rather more than a pletely baflled and unable to account for the sudden and fatal turn of the chtlu's j year old when I arrived at Beroldstein certainly too young to derive much benefit apparent suub iiiuess. ine story or the from my presence, I thought: but, as it White usay ana ner neatulv kiss was ' was customary in high families to have nnniy Mueveain ny the bervants. and the children learn foreign tongues from nmontr the more re.snnncnlilu nmmuni nf the housenoia it seemed to gain prerlenr the cradle, m- - conscience quieted itself. seemeu to me ery little time elapsed before I found ine "w myself the friend and confidant of Frau monstrous aud impossible, and I half believed it nil a horrible dream, but there Brenner, housekeeper at the Castle Among other bits of information she told was the dead child before me a sad me what I rather expected to hear, that reality. Late in the afternoon I had stolen in unknown to every one mid stood before Kchloss Beroldstein was haunted. "It is quite the spot for a ghost to choose the bed where ho lay. As I looked at the for midnight wanderings," I remarked, quiet, rigid form, the convictiou seized me and though secretly amused at the old with a strange force that this child was not the heir of Beroldstein treachery woman's credulity, I encouraged her my air of deep interest to tell me more bv might so easily exist where misfortune was of traced to supernatural influences. this 6pectral visitant. The little face, as if It Was the afrtrir "- - J nf o I. iu from a burn, gavemarked and drawn child .. no idea of how tho !.:, nursery-governess rosy-face1 down-hearte- d -.e father had been clergyman in the son of an Alsation nursemaid, byname, "who declared herself ready and anxious to serve mo by ev rv means in her power. Her attachment dated from an occasion when I had shielded her from a se vere reprimand. Khe had carelesslv allowed little Roderic to play with a dog known to be fierce, and the little fellow had been bitten just below the kn" onlv a slight wound, but enough jrhms to cause the girl's dismissal if discovered. With a little forethought I arranged to dress and undress Roderio for a few davs so that the wound wonld not be noticed, anil neither Lisette nor I evor called attention to tho three little scars left on the baby's round white leg. Lisett-- s repaid me by accounting most ingeniously for my brief absences with Charlie. Litte n-- ar en-1- . f hr l KBWVAJfSWKISS. tor of tlie ERqulrerrlt there are any silvers in tho plank tlie small boy had better upholster his breeches with sheepskin. A. Kid. the Enriuirer: Ileferring to your Lkxixotox, Ky., Aug. b. To the Edi- Newark. O., Augfc. To? the Editor of Mcchan- - It was proved beyond a doubt that Mme. Elizabeth, disguised as "a ghost," had stolen away the youug heir of Beroldstein. with the intent to secure tho succession of her son, a crime deserving bitter expiation. But a worse punishment than the law could inflict awaited the miserable woman she became permanently insane, and in the asylum where she was kept iuoIo3e confinement it was said that her mental sufferings were terrible. For my eff rts in restoring little Roderic to his ancestral home I received a recognition from the Duches3 which made my union with Charlie possible, without fear of want in the future. Family Herald. BRIDESMAIDS. ical Politics" problem I would say that, barring splinters, the tighter weight would come to tho front a little. SZ : ? Dkxnis Akxold. Maruttv, O., Aug. 6. To the Editor nf the Enquirer: ln reply to your article, "Mechanical Politics.' of this date, would state that tho smaller one had better look v.ne. out tor tne plinters. TirLAi Ciiiclimau KnouirJL A i..n . I was in times past not altogether a siTie qua non may be gathered from the fact that during the period of tho wedding festivities, which often extended over a week, the bridesmaids were expected to be in attendance and to do whatever they could to proniote-theisuccess. Then there was the custom of "Uing- ing the stocking:, " at which tho bridos-maid- s r In Unluckyrclan. Some Old Notions Concerning Weil ill nc A venerable old tramp entered an Austin Attendant. business house and said to the proprietor: 2 Importance was formerly attached to "I am the most unfortunate man in the the colors which the bride wore on her world. Please do something for me." d wedding day. Thii3, in an old "I don't know who yon are," replied the the "Fifteen Comforts of Mar- merchant "You may be an impostor." 'ilere is a certificate from Parson Jordan, riage." a bride and her bridesmaids are of Galveston, that I am a represented conversing together re- honest man. who has been unfortunate," specting the colors to be used for the "A certificate from Parson .Jordan, of decoration of tho bridal dross. It was Galveston?" asked the merchant. "Yes, sir, here it Is," replied the mendinliy decided, after various colors had cant handing the merchant a paper. Tho been rejected, "to niinsle a jrohl tissue looked at the paper and with grass green, this bein consid- merchant Jordan, of Galveston, said: my is "Parson ered symbolical of youthful jollity. brother. I know his signature very well, Again, that tho office of a bridesmaid and his signature on that certificate is book-entitlehard-workin- g, 'Must as I expected," whined the mendicant. "I told you I was the most unlucky man in the world. Just think of me coming to tho brother of Parson Jordan, of all the people In this town, and showing him that orged certificate, when there Is not another man in Austin who knows his Texas Sifting". PhrcnoloijIcHl Fiienompiion. forged." ' His style was clear and terse, with jcpu for all you're worth, neither of you is justified In doing any bragging at tills sea- Httlo of ornament. He used n son of the year. The Harvest Apple Is words much moro frequently than now knocking 'em out in one round." Dethose derived from tho Greek or Latin. troit Free Presx. Ho seldom indulged in metaphor, but PASSED IN. when ho did employ a figure of speech How lie Showed Tiuit IIo TVus n Jourit was original and graphic, as when he nalist. spokr of tho commander at Bermuda The other morning a young man of affa- Hundred being "in a bottlo strongly corked," or alluded to our armies alone ble manners presented himself at tho hordes in a balky of a San Joso theater, and requested time moving team, no two ever pulling together." a press pass. " Sou claim to be a journalist do you?" His stylo inclined to the epigrainnintic asked the manager, glancing suspiciously without his being conscious ot it. There at tho good clothes and innocent expression is scarcely :i document written by him from which brief seutences could not bo of tho applicant in mottoes or placed "Yes, sir, I do; I'm on the Potuluma selected lit to bo upon transparencies. As examples may Pcavlne.'' "Hum; what's your department?" bo mentioned: "I propose toraoveimme-diatel- y growled tho showman, "I was a newspaupon your works:" "I shall tako per man myself, once." no backward step;" tho famous "I "I do tho 'Answers to Correspondents,'" propose to light it out on this lino if it asserted the youth. takes all summer;" "Let ns have "Do, eh? Lemmc seo! what was the fastest mile ever skated for money in this peace;" "The best means of securing the repeal of an obnoxious law is its country? Come, now." " That question Is always signed 'Ama- vigorous enforcement." Gtntral Horteur,'" said tho young man, promptly; "and ace Porter in Harper's Magazine. the answer is Died In Hrazil, 1441.' " A remarkablo story oMongevity "Correct" said tho manager. "In what year was Cleopatra hung?" comes from Massachusetts ln 1750 "Trim with three-pl- y ruchin', and bako two brothers, Jonathan and Neheraiah beforo quick fire." Allen, moved from Sunbnryto Barre. " Did Oliver Cromwell have a pink wart The fonncr died at tho age of 92; his on his chin?" wife at 87. Their six children who lived " 11 takes tho trick, of course." " Please tell us the exact sizo of Gcorgo beyond infancy died at 67, 72,77, 86, 87, and 88 an average of over p. Nehc-mia- h Washington's shoe?" Allen, the other brother, died at " See patent-oillc- e report for May." "One. Was Queen Elizabeth bandy 87; his wife at 67. They hai four sons legged or only bandied in ono leg? and and six daughters, who Iivcdfo tlie folwhich one? Two. How do you tako marbla lowing ages: 78, 80, 80, 82, i, 92, 92, out of 95, 95, 96, and 96 an averag counting "One. Inquire at any hardware-storthe fractions of years, of 87.' Most of Two. Patagonia was discovered by Benthem lived in or near Bane, and were jamin Franklin. 1293." i " That settles it" said the manager. " I farmers. X. Y. Sun. see you'vo got 'em all by heart. Here's a is hard for professional pride to private box. Pass right in." San Frau-chcaremain silent when a good old tradition of tlie craft is outraged. The other lilt Own Kprlenc. night, when a new drama was produced Tliero was an amusing scene in the Ausat a London theater, the gallSry was tin District Court a few days ago. A young crowded, and tho "gods" were jpleascd lawyer was defending a horse-thieagaiust to approve of the piece generally until whom tho e Idenee was rather strong; ho the burglary scene. But when the burglar was seen "doing" tho place with said: "Gentlemen of tho jury, you must not bo all tho blinds up, so that he could bo severe with my client It Is customary seen "at work from the street Jan examong stockmen to gather up stock propert present could bear it no longer, but miscuously and drive them off, without yelled out: "Why don't you pull your thinking much about it" blinds down?" Exchanae. ! The foreman of tho jury arose in hb place and said: There is a man in Amoriciu, Ga., ono side of whose face is noverldamp with perspiration. No matter how hot tho weather, nor how much thfright side of his face may sweat, tlere is never a drop on tho left sido, beginning at tho roots of his hair, extendinjftothe car on tho back and to the ccnterof the nose in front, and reaching to thalower edgo of tho cheek bone. StLouis box-olli- co ink-stains- ?" promptly, always takes tha prey. It J u,u.'u t'lMft, T doubtless true that sporting men dread It- - WAITE, Tfc.Hoso;U.,,LE.I''OnKISOK this enemy more than any mishap of their COU Justice of the United States. profession, and presumably this explains J uir. A. u.. 1&5. At Detroit, this nf u. ei"n "' why they as a rule nro so partial tojthat Iu i.j alter S.Uarha,Cierfc. celebrated "dead shot." Redmond was right. No man should JPmsecute tlte 'rind'ffrs !tJjf surrender when attacked in the back. Ho should " draw," face about and proceed to 1 1 when yoa call for nop Bitv'ra ujo JOHK tMtads. anything Hat tho defonco, for such attacks, so common ot Hops on white "Hop UKicrr yon !.'' at .KMiuuunn among all classes, will fetch a man every would a Tlncr: andlabel, shuniarn ryn.nnst asior r money If he has for time unless " covered" by that wonderful- boras stun. Indict him ir the f aa4 sne htm yoa for the swlnd?. ly successful "dead shot." Sportsman's damages for the conviction and wtf wtn reward liberally s r.m-Jeics. t ininnttiA amfn.t rr. . ' ,, araer. ti.. if Reading, Mich-- and all his salesmen- Aid , agents. wanis.-,n A New York tailor recent- DniEslst. and other Imitators,iiTTjnis jri co. mop take ly attempted to kill his wife, andjubae-Suentl- y committed suicide. This Is not a case of the survival of tha 1 been a ,t well-know- HAY-FEVE- R. "fittest."-Li- fe. -- nu-r- Tread." Impetuous youth is often given to lolly and Indiscretions; and, as a result, nervous, montal and organic debility follow, memory is impaired, is lacking; at night bad dreams occur, premature old age seems setting in, ruin is in the track. In confidence, you can, and should writ to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., the authorof a trentisofortho beneCREAM BALM fit of that class of patients, and describe your symptoms and sufferings. He can has (rained an uianon euro you at your home, and will send you tiisfrtaclxii?unrrcTcr all other IIHAY-FEVE- R full particulars by mail. rations. A particle Piled into each mxtril, no pain; agreeable Jo nse " Lookino nt your drawing imbues me rncc ii. ijt man it a uruRiTlMS. &enu IIUOTIILRS. lirogxtsts. Owezo. X- - V. with an artistic fever," remarked Smythe to Miss Lulu last evening. "It ought to: it's sketching," quietly roplied Lulu Philadelphia Call. Bo co F00N Ilusk In, 'Where Angels Fear to years; have often heard Ely's Cream IUlm spofcen of tn the highest terms, did not taVe muib stock in it because of the many qnacb metllclnc. A friend persuaded me to try the Dalm. and with the most wonderful success. T. S. Gcxs, Syracuse, X.Y. i Mm - ECZEMA1 1 Best French Brandy, Smart-WeeJamaica Ginger and Camphor AVater, as combined in Dr. Pierce's Extract of Smart-- n eed, 13 tho best remedy for colic, diarrhoea, cholera morbus, dysentery or bloody-flualso, to break up colds fevers ami inflammatory attacks if used early. d, x; Boston maidens love flowers. haughty-culture, pendent. you know. .V. Y. Inde- It it Yonng Men, Read Thl. The Voltaic Belt Co., of Mnrshall, Mien., offer to send their celebrated Electro- - Voltaic Belt and other Electric Atfliaxce3 on trial for 30 days, to men (young orold) afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vitality and all kindred troubles. Also many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk incurred, as GO days' trial is allowed. Write thorn at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. . My wife has been sorely afflicted with Ectema or Salt Ilheum from Maucy. We tried every known remedy, bnt to no asil. fche was also afflicted wun a periodical nervous headache, sometimes fol.owed by an Intermittent fever, that her life became a hnnlpn tn hpr. Vtnally I determined to trv S. S. S. Sba commenced seven weets bro. After the third orr bottle the Inflammation disappeared, and finally pois sr.a rirlm! nnanct inmnivhliviiifi tcalr. and brushedthemoSlnan Impalpable" white powderre- ut h Doem Wine pure salt. She Is now tacns tbe ttle; every appearance of the disease I cone and her Iter headaches flesh s soft and white as s child's. have disappeared and she enjoys theOnly CkhI hcaltfcj he bas known In 40 years. No wonu'r she deems unies every bottle of S.S.S. Is worth a trrousaiTU T1LKY. u .inn V ir. nn a weight lnirold. tjrisr'W5U Detroit. or sale by a.1 drnrcSMs THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, Drawer Atlanta. G a. X.T.,15;W.23JSt. i i k e. guilty of contempt of court. JJaickeye. A iixx who gets the mitteu is apt to be Burlington n. --- It Is thoro no physician thero?" T1J?5k?,to Dl p,'orce. there is a balm In his Golden Medical Discovery" a "balm for every wound" to health, from colds, coughs, consumption, bronchitis, and all chronic, blood, lung and liver affections. Of druggists. You can not call a sailor a slugger he boxes the compass. Oil Cit'j be-us- "Is there no balm in Gilead? f, e. youw'sn to purchase a shoe foryoir Hoy or Ol'l that wt.B standtbe w carand tear of every day ussr-- ., that Is made of honest I e a t h e r throuchcut. and on common sene Ideas, ask yjnr dealer for Ilenilcrion'i S8 "SCHOOL SHOE." fcnowncTerywheie by the Trade SJarkof tb Utile M SchcalHeue found on the bottom i?ono of eaeh ihlthoultO XST Ask also for thn HENDERSON $2.50 WOMAN'S GOAT BUTTON. " Stitched with SLk and every way o"d-J-I C MHOiDEHSGH &C0, 0f Shoe. Chicago. Writ for a Set of our Fncv School Cardt. The Red School Houss Shoe. Bs5V!viBi NSS?533W JaUt-sFSS rr uuand nre PiKE'sTooTiiACHEDnors curelnl minutcAric. Gltnn'g Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies. 2Tkj. GERiLUfCoiiMtEiiovERkUlsCoruRillunlons. Foot notes The patter of the mule's hind let;s on tho hired man's ribs. Chicago Tribune. Ir afflicted with Sore Eye, use Dr. Tsaaa Thompson's Eyo Water. Druggists sell it. 23c Miss Parloa is out in a letter giving directions about what to take to picnics. Is the supply of girls exhausted in Boston. Philadelphia CalL B,o&rf K. vXone Cennlns unless bearing this Stamp JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. iMade In llntton. Comrress and: wuv inezceucu ..SCC. ba DuroDU'ty, m t)6tal I..& innnnmnrtt .,, Awv"" CSnl..A.. in WeT fX30k. seni.ouswiu k.f jw Xk HOW W If It V '"Tck, formation r this tnce in aj orTerniorjr. a K t. rf. A !. u'i ri s? 'C-S- y LJ..eWnCo., 41 liUCUiu aw N. ow a. BOStOO"'- - MADE 1H A PAT rriMini.trMt .itiNi.,M.i!t Easy and promable. o Ilix.kinc. Knitting, liraiiliiiff, or cm ing. U any kind of cloth cnsworoM' raj; or yam. A handsom Turkiiu Klip made with worth of,."11 A of carpetbewasU TUP PPARI KIR em osed . - fc. "" ui, """ '"? lUnt hIeIi or by hand. A wonderful invention. It nf i'ZLT stamp lor circulars, Asmt Wanted. IoUniil. tenna. and Umtory. bend 1XO.U. HoITTJkCO., 818 Slate 8C, Chirac. r- As inferior article is dear at any price. Remember this,and buyFrazer Axle Grease. Speaking of butter-th- e poor ye have always with you. Exchange. Globe. L i e, ' ; Well-kno- S "V s m 'low-hangin- u . :s . ' , mo uau seen me w<e ladv""elidini- among ine trees towards the Castle, and before morning the uncle of the late Duke was stricken dead with paralysis. Three tnn the white apparition was seen durinc the week beforo his Highness Duke died; and, according to Frau Brenner, no member of the Von Beroldstein family had ever been gathered to his fathers without the assistance of the White Lady. The mere mention of her name made every servant in the place shudder, and even the more enlightened members of the household did not deny her evil influence. In fact, I had frequent occasion after this to wonder at the amount of superstltution prevalent among even the higher class in this little corner of the world whither fate had drifted me. Some months later I was out in the park with the two children. It was aud there was snow enough for sledging the children, clothed from head to foot in soft white fur and half buried in a plar bear robe, were enjoying a ride in their d sleigh in white and silver, with an arch of tinkling bells attached before, in tho Russian fashion. While a footman pushed the dainty little vehicle I walked on one side talking to the Children and enjoying their babyish delight at the" glistening frost and snow. Roderic was brimming over with life and excitement, and his restless little hands, mittened in fur. clutched at every g icicle aud glittering twig, thereby letting in much of the cold breath of winter en his more composed sister. As we went briskly down the avenue a lady richly dressed in black velvet and sabfe met and stopped our little cavalcade. I wondered who this qrande. dame could be who preferred a lonely walk in the deserted avenues to a drive in a luxurious carriage with good company. "I must pay my respects to the young Duke," be said pleasantly. She took Roderic'.s hand in hers and looked at him long and intently, but not w.'th the expression Uiat his rosy cheeks and bright blue eyes ought to have awakened in the face of a woman, Her look wai; rr.ort a If she bom tfa Uftmnt UW fU9w wjUict, kb4 AJ-bremid-winte- ru.r,'K. " cneaVrkrnV.hv:. ' . . . t. i '. nenUdot j I Si looked t ilieamF-Tnit-mi- r, swan-shape- -- &:"- - A "?ht curling Roderick, but still my eyes were dry, and interests. Thus, at tho church porch, when tho bridegroom produced tho ring x coaia not mourn over this mysterious changeling. Something within me rebelled and other articles relating to his mar- against the mockery of the ducal coronet ( nage, the chief bridesmaid took charge and rich lace adorniug the deathbed of a of the which was publicpoor little stranger. ly given to the brido as an installment 1 teWno one my suspicions I had, alas, Horace Walpole, no proof and to lull my excitement I went of her out iato jne gathering darkness, paying writing to M ss Berry, in the year 1791, e little heed to the distance I walked. At speaks of tho as a thing of last.feeijng weary I was miles away the past, antl writes as follows: fromftte castle I was about to return "Our wedding is over very properly, when I jaw- a light glimmering from a 0 notii-in- g wjndow within a few steps Ironi though with little ceremony, and of ancient fashion but two br.des-maidwherel stood. I was surprised to find a hqufQgig tnnt i0nely spot, for I had been The endowing purse, I believe, told titthat portion of the moorlands has been left off since broad pieces wero was toollnw lvincr and barren for human called in and melted down." habitat As the idea of a short rest It has been pointed out, however. WaS Q6trnn,,r.rlTnA I looked, througii tue thinly attained window, and saw that a that a survival of this usage is preset ved tall, dark woman bending over a steaming n Cumberland. The bridegroom pro- &uucepB,jn tU9 stove and a little cmm tn vides himself ith gold and crown ngedJfltothM making friends with a suoKgy4pg were the only occupants of the pieces, and when theservice reaches tho point, "with all my worldby goods I AUUUi. H wabout to make my arrival known, thee endow. lie takes the money, wnen &&& the child, whose face his fee, and pours was turaai fulllook at the window, made hands the clergyman towards the rest into a handkerchief which the me were tW.. n.. Uitln nrulorio's hliin eves bridesmaid holds for the bride. looking , wjtll the rani- n In Scotland the bridesmaid is popugaze that IkatjJ sa well? Tho soft golden curls larly known as the "beat maid, and had bessjeut off, and tho coarse rustic ono'of her principal duties was to concIothestreaEood disguise, but I knew vey the bride's presents on the wedding my yoBaicha e tQO wen to be deceived. woman, I flew back over the toher future home. The first article long, dwfcja t0 the schloss. It was not generally taken into tho house was a safe te.W investigation go farther vessel of salt, a portion of which was aD2"Meizedon the first servants I sprinkled over the iloor. as a protection the coachman, and the maid agaiust the "evil eye." She also atwsette, faad befriended and. account of what Iliad tended the bride w'hen she called on back to the lonely cottage. her friends, and gave a personal invitawk . T. F. Thistleton .j tion to her wedding. MAl. .VU1t W4 onna thA rrtAftl Dyer, "WUU in CasselVs Family Magazine. mbv heart sank; but IDA llftTt fc.v I nnl discovered the baby asleep ui Bent we in a dark corner, iiie The sea serpent captured b tho pillow man gat i up in Lake Michigan rebup tie uud bore it schooner-croa little ..,... t,n Anil to the Iki . cently was covered, the whole lengl h of oauy uwukoiuM .r.-tne with ie t.vi at tho disturber of its body, with burr iustead of scales. hi rest.- then'f saw no look of Upon removing th's burr the serpent m!tisM face. Could I be proved tc bo ft cbc?tautt Current. ui wu niury. bt tSev "dow-pur-.e.' pin-mone- y. Zm hairwas like mony to which no small importance Phrenologist (examining head) You are was attached. It ha3 been made the a poet my dear sir. subject of frequent allusion by our old Subject Never wrote a line of poetry in writers, and one rhyme, describing a my life. wedding, tells us: Phrenologist Incredible! My dear sir, "Hut still the stockens arc to throw; you should try your hand. You have taste, Some throw too hleh. and somo too low. There's none coulo hit tho mark " love of benutv, poetry and art Mis-o- n Subject How do yoa know? further informs us that if tho Phrenologist Easihenougli. This bump bridegroom's stocking, thrown by one of tho bridesmaids, fell upon his head, it is regarded as an omen that she herself would soon be married; and a simi- lar prognostic was taken from the fall- iny Gf the bride's stocking, thrown by one ot tne groomsmen, it was the bridesmaid's duty, too, to present tho bride with tho "benediction posset," so called from the words uttered over it: a practice thus noticed by Herrick, in his "Hesperides." "What short sweot prayers shall bo said. And how the posset shall bo mado With cream ot lilies, not of klne, And maiden's blush for splcod wine." Suckling thus alludes to this custom: "In came tho bridesmaids with the possot Tho bridegroom oat In spight." Once more the bridesmaids were sup- - took a prominent lead; a "cere JgPf ... W& v dow-purs- - cot-toK- s. over tho left temple reveals it all. It Is an open book to the one who Subject (checking him) And the most remarkabl" thing aboufjlt is that tho bump itppcitreu omy jesieruay. Pin enoloist Phenom' 1 can't ac- count for it Subject (gloomily) 1,!,'; Phrenologist Indeed! How? Subject I railed a man a liar. Philadelphia Call. . J , wide-ope- j&d iS j JlPni ," I giv-Mil- SS K.?" i !, MMWW- w- - w .. w . recog-krraot- s' uncle." "Well, one of them died." "Did he leave you anything?" "On the contrary, myrdear fellow, I left him something." "Tho deuce ! How could that be?" "Easy enough. I left him tnv overcoat , " last May, and "Hold on there! Hold on! Is that tho one? He s a legatee offline, too, darn his old skin. Let's have a receiver appointed.'' Merchant Traveler. Not Enough for Two. Th Value or mother. A famous author was a iruest at a counDe Terwiliger Weljjmpson, you seem try house, when an elderly maiden lady set worried. her heart on being his companion in a walk. Jiuipson I have reason to be. My poor He excused himself at first on account of the badness of the weather. Soon afterold father ward, however, the lady caught him trying DeT. Not dead! Jlmpson No, but veryifeeble. Ho is past to slip out of tho house alone. "Well." she said, "it has cleared up, I see." "Why y seventy, you know, drop off any- jes," ho answered, "It has cleared up time. enough for one, but not enough for two." De T. Yon will mWhlni sadly. Duys. J ttupMHiI should saya0 j if he dies I'll Golden have to li'.re a man tojjtake care of the A.v usher, proud of his gratumnr, ouce horses and do the garden Philadelphia announced Mr, Foot and his two daughter (JalU is;' M "ilTi Too: acd tas rro Mint ? and-ma- Two or alKind. "1 say,Tom," inquired .Frank of his friend, "is Hint so about yourmiclc dying?" "Which one?" asked-Tom- . "I don't know. I only heard it was your were in the middle of tho lake and half SCEXE II. the distance they really are away. The The Cheapest and Best Medicine for Family Use When Mr. Crusty had succeeded In ex change is striking IX TIIE 1VOKI.D. In from one to twenty minutes, ner to rclIcTC tricating his head from his hat the driver Philaelphia Press. and unaccountable. with one thorough application. No matter . J via and his load wero out of sight but he how violent or excruciating the pain, the IUienraatlc. Ucdrldden, InHrtn. CrippIuL Xenon. or positively affirms that ho never accosted a mar aulTer. Professor Mommson. a famous ? man SnMtnted with dlase nUfaflorJ ICAIMV.W'S more vicious man in all his Ufa lnttant ease. KLLIEP of science, was walking In i streS in Berlin, Trussia, reccntby, when alboy "Your Honor, may I ask the attorney for addressed him. Pleased with tho polite It will In a few moment, when taken the prisoner a question?" attention of the child, tlie learned San direction, enre Cramp. Spasms, Sour Stomach. I to "Certainly." Sick Headache. Snmmer Complaint. Inarrhtra. "Then I would like to ask him if he was patted him on the head, and inquiredhis Prsentery, Colic, Wind In tho Bowels, and aU Internal name. "Why, papa, don't you know Pain. not engaged in before he behonId alwava carry a bottle of gan the practice of law? It seems to me ho mo?" cried the amazed little fellow. Sbo TRflVPI PRQ EF with them. A few drops in water will prei ent is giving us some of his own personal ex- was indeed the professor's son, ilcknesa or pain from change of water. It Is better perience." than French Urandy or Hitters aa a stimulant. The prisoner only got ten years, which It is common to suppose that a flip Malaria In its Various Forms. There Is remedial was all tho jury could glvo him. Texas loaded with wood cannot sink. Yet, cure r evernot a Ague and agent In the world that win and all other Malariou. Ulliou Slftlngs. according to the latest returns of the. ;nd other fevers (aided by Radway'a Pills to quirk as Railway's British Board of Trade, it appears tiat drugKlsts. Heady Relief. Price So cents. Sold by American Ideas In Europe. "Russia is building a strategic railway to during the past three years no fewer 149 ships laden with the Austrian frontier." You know what a than lost, with 457 lives. timbor were totally strategic railway is don't you? Buys its Builds up the right of way from the farmers for an annual constitution, purines the blood, restoring health and vigor. Sold by druggists; THE MARKETS. pass, then gets all their land condemned HI a bottle. and takes ud the passes, then gets n State Or. Cincinnati. September, 1,1835. grant of two or three counties for tho ForllVSPEPSI.V and for the cureof all the 00 2 75 LIVE STOCK of the Stomach. Liver, Bowel. Constipation, directors, buys its Iron on long time, and 4 co te 4 75 Choice itutchers BIHouiness, Piles, Headache, etc lrlce XS eta. pays for its grading with construction HOGS Common 3 85 & 4 39 BE. BADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street, N. Y. 4 60 Good packers -- 4 35 bonds, then issues equipment bonds to pay SHEEI'-Go50 -- 30 to for rolling stock, borrows all the monoy In FLOUK od Family choice ... .. 3 90 O 3 3) BUYERS' GUIDE U 4 tho country on the mortgages, calls In GHAIX issued Sept. and March, o red.... 50K& 91 G SO each year. 49 250 pages, everything outstanding and exchanges it No. 2 red 4654 Corn Xo.2 muted HKxllJ-- lnche,ivlthover for a deficit- changes Us name from tho 28 Oats No. 2 mixed 3,500 Illustrations - a "North & South Air Line" to the "East & ., O 58 KycNo.2 whole Picture Gallery. West Short Line," divides the swag among HAY Timothy No. 1 13 00 12 00 GIVES Wholesale Price 8 the directors and runs the road with tho OJ5 direct to consumers on all goods for 10 12 ..10 00 ..." Good Mediums. deficit It may be new In Kussi.i but it's an personal or family use. Tells how to 9 90 9 "3 old thing with us. Country's just full of PROVISIONS-Pork-M- ess and Lard " order, you gives exact cost of everystrategic railways. Durdcttc, In Brooklyn BUTTEK Prime steam. . ..- - 15 Fancy Dairy la thing use, 22 Eagle. Ohio Creamerv a have fun with. eat, drink, wear, or These IaTALTAIiLK FRUIT AND VEGETABLE- SHOOKS contain information gleaned 100 Most Cnpablo Servants. 1S5 per barrel Potatoes, from the markets of the world. IVo NEW YOKK. will mall a copy FREK to any adA party of gentlemen were discussing tho 3 45 dress upon receipt of lOcts. to defray merits of waiters of different nationalities. FLOUR State and Western.. .43 10 8554 GRAIN expense of mailing. ua hear from 90XC SIH this blarsted kentry, remarked an "In NoI2red you. Respectfully, 51 83 Corn-2 mixed Englishman, "the hotel waiters are doosed Oats mized MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. .S. 2 ..10 STHSIO 75 unlit y'know. It's honly in the hold kentry PORK Mess 227 Sc 220 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. - Western steam 6TJJ that ono can find waiters that are handy LAKDCHICAGO. and to one's fawney, d'je hear?" RED Saailtlful Sampleson Cotlon Turkish Rnurum. free to Carpet Weavers en? "You are quite right about that," said FLOUR State and Western.. -- J4 50 O 5 00 Ing address to Z T. WHITE, Eaton Rapids, Midi. ft 86 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red another member of the party. "A hotel W4Q 79., Chicago Sprinjr No. 2 proprietor once told ine that Englishmen 4314 Corn No. 2 A MOVTIT. OOCflI se Ilngartlclesln Agents Wanted. 0O best ,1k the world. 1 sample Oats No.2 24K ni best hotel waiters In the world, make the Ryo .. Wjc V1.UU Address JAY MiOXSON.DrrEorr. Mich. not even excepting niggers." A. Y. Times. PORK-M- css 8 85 8 -stock-raisin- g Something akin to a miraolmay often be seen at Lake Griflin, Fla. If ono looks north across the, lake, from tho south, as a rainstorm is approaching from either north or south, ho will see tho timber and other objects at thenorth end stand out in bold relief ns ifthey r""" '., ' ''" '' innc-iiine- RADWAY'S READY IRELS IF PAGES LiQlfSD Is ned by thousands orfirrt class MaDnfactnrerj and Mechanics on ther best work. KectivcU GOLD MEDAL. Lerdon.'St l"ronoonriv flm i-a. SrThlcardofdtaltrwhoriVwsiiotkfp It,wkh five 2e stamps for CAM PLE CAN n C Rfliaa Cedent Co.,GIoaectcr3uss. LUEm ftSra r r 1600 Us.T0Sftl INCH, OVER Established BOWEL G0MPUINTS. MANILLA A FAY'S I8OO, for KOO Itrarmbles flnelenthrrt place FS, OUTSIDE WALLS, and I Xsl Dl In ofPlaatrv;. Very and KlinSof atrone and durnblr. CA KPJETHtestimonials and with anmentiiterlul. tntalnnc N J. samples, Fre. "IV. II. PAY CO., ROOFSGI AX1 Il tfJCT x3J J AGUNTo for n NEW lOXTII LIFE OF The World's greatest sutdlcr, and the 'utlot' most honored eVtzen. Low prtre Xt.iuld Hairs. 1. W. ZEIOLEU CO., Philadelphia, X'l. GRANT t R. U. AYARE THAT t HOVItlJ TO aiul complc'o Sarsaparillian broken-down Resolvent Radway's Pills, the best and cheapest, quality considered Lorillard's Clirrw ?logtSe!?fcj bearincrarrrfffn tan--; that Lorillard's Ttoaff r.RfifflnRcut; thatlHIIsrd's Navy CIlppincH, and th-i- t Lorlllnrd's .snuHs,ar8 Catt!e-Uommo- n52 Udymehtsssesss se.UnKQnren City hklrtand NtocUlncSupjorter.Sampla putflt free. Aildresa C Inclnnatl Supendcr Co c Inclnnatl. O. employment and Rood salary Wheat-Cholc- - O- will work for as a few davs only KIre llzht work. Send ftOe. currency, or Poatal note, for outfit and terms. X.VTIOSA1, A6EXCY, Vrslnn, Psu SILK DRESS FREEM '. TOIUCCO-CommonL- uirs CO a Turner, Astt niVTftTin Ttlnhftra. flrlarht'S Dlira. and ail Kldnevand Urinary Troables. At Qrecn Sprln?, Sandusky Connty, mlo. br ,1. L. llnmn, JK. II. Dr. C J. CURED. Write for jarUculars-Vr1 l.uNI.Kn UnnUJJU Treated and enrtd without the knife. s Poo on trratment sent free. F uruN'D.M.WAnrora.KaneCa.IIL A(13-es- Wheat-No.SChica- go No. It EDUCATIONAL. address asass--l MOX fOl.LFr. OK L1Y, ni!caeo.in. U lilltcnnwillbcslnSc II. 1IOOTII. ChlcaEO, Tha I1L f urntshed. Write Vaistix ltUtHrfSsTsslrn a 1 CrsfiDMVLcnrnliergsadMni -- ood pay. ShuatUns , IJbos, JaaesTUIe, WU. pq., Cleveland, O. ....-- '' Joi, M noniOIUIHIC suuoanrftnents, atdma I I of iv eland, O Eor Rgittir, 91 HOSI'ITIL CHLLKOE Q. TuWic J. I.N.K-- E. 1040 m LAUD-Stc- ain 817 6 0 4 75 BALTIMORE. FLOUR-Fam- lly GRAIN Wheat No.2... Corn-mi- xed Oats-mi- xed So. 30 $ W 87 PROVISIONS Lard-Refined- Pork-M- ess .... O U 25 82 K CATTLE-Medl- um tu INDIANAPOLIS. Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. Flour A No. 1 GRAIN-Wh- eat No.2 red. Corn mixed Oats mixed FORK mess &ABD HOGS.... t.. ...... ......... 3 50 T 7i i 00 03f A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and Did you for horses? Supp- g 88 3 23 . ose Mustang Liniment only good It is for inflamma- ". 47M 35 j tion of all flesh; ittarn,,, ...........,.., 1. ?5 ae 48 beautifies. "S IH ds " .H' kCV l: s j su -- h F3&Xv.'i- ?lgtt&Pmn27?!eZ3 IfflC'-. . " -- ML.-jfc- -'.. IT vr"it .. V NT. . ' .. TTti eSKggfe'5 i rr. r;M .HBlsr 'tjie " 'ff "V 7 -- it; 1 It ,&. IT; 'pt&t f.'iiftiiiBST - WTT3&B wtTTTLfaajMiittwwil r,r W. II. Griswell, who was shotj JBVEKT. some weeks ago at Crutchfield, this county, by a young Mr. v m- - Tbp Yrm; Men's Dancing Club of Uick-msand cheap JERSEYS lams, died, of his wounds, Sunday. gonB or their occaaioual hops, at EIsEGANTnew Misses, at Griswell was a school teacher, C:'y IrfhlTmaday evesiag. A happy ugzo-i- vr J. AsiBKnu'a eons. and up to the time of tho trouble throng cSeeSftled, and with good mni and glided fojwaly which tho shooting occur- good out TULL ltri-- of School Books nnd School red, of. highly esteemed by all y. ctwDin y, tho hour was tfiiiocJ ety writer reports th foHow- Supplies, at who knew him. It will bo remem nij COUjtfL ia attendance .' Moork & LASEauM'a. bered that Griswell was charged ug28-3- w aoder aad Mies Mattic Elligon. DickaS lfr awl Mrs- MoHie Pruiher. with the sednction of a young laneighborhood, and the AlfreH cDaaiel andMisgAdeHe Allen. Dresden is to liavo a National dy of that EddiSkHison tnd lliw Mattie Taylor. matter being referred to arbitraBank. wUf C acquitted. Tho affair ren. Sb Kingman and Miss Nannie Wartion, he was sting, however, and the Hammio'Johnson and Mi Katie KingCireuit Court adjOu'rnsd Tues- left its personal rencontre resulted, in man. & J day evening. Sidnfy Mi which Williams laiany smji. oi.ss-wel- l. Jack'U Dothls and Jtfiss Mary Lawsbn. Eveline Pierce. MiUet and Yellow fever is Taging along was never arrestWilliams Ciinlfelllson and Miss Maggie Gibbs. the Pacific coast in Mexico. ed, and it is understood has made and Miss Eunie MeCiitohen. good his departure for distant Cambell Rice and Miss Kate Walker. -- rTrigg county lias not a rail-toaPublic opinion appears to Vfil!i8 J)odds and Mi?s Lou Diestclbrinb. a telegraph wire 3r a base parts. Thomas Dillon and Miss Carrie Kamage. bo divided as to the justification ball club. Haryoy'EffinEer a"I JI5s8 Alo Effinger. shooting-- , and also as to of the George Buliard and Sliaa Mcna Diwtcl-brink- s Farm-ingtoGriswell Elder J. P. Baker, of tho original charges. Mo., will preach at the leaves a wife and throo young chil Maunders and Miss Bertie Dullard. Baptist church, Sunday nigUt. dren to mourn his loss, anil an T&obudi Swayne and Mi Durham. and Mies Liade Goalder. will join hi It is assured, says a London good people to them, and sincoro George Bosra TOILETS. rogrot f fcablegraui) that Russia and Eug-tau- d condolonco Thyoung ladies wero dreSsed in neo fight about Afghan. over tho unfortunate affair. will not to CAL J NEWS. SQT2" w jMs3r''. rsj iT'ia srWirtf; " trfwr sirs n, c i:.Gk - d, n, A GmhT) ytfm boru rpcentlf m Harrison conuiv with two tongues. Fortunately it wnaoftho The idea of a wosnan v,19i tvo tongues. Whew! A yotJNG iJMly of Breathitt county ha been wasting awa.ya several vears of her life i quilt containing 80,000 pieces. s Tex thousand bushels of seed were sold in Bourbone county, a few days since, iit cents per bushel. Tin? TTrtnfuni.-- f!onforonce of tho M. E. Church South meets in Versailles On Wednesday, Sep tember 9. A Bes treo recontly out in Loo sovonty-livcounty yielded pounds of blcan honey. Hog cholera of an unusually fatal character is prevailing in Whitley county. In Brazil th& wives of soldiers ordered on duty are confined in convents. maseu-linegntlor. rrrtr Jt ,-; ii rT7 vrr . - r ; pi ' 9l- ' w t; 41 ni ,.M '&&? . nak-ing- i"'i 5) blue-gras- fifty-thre- v '- - aHHf- - o !W m , CLOTHING! " An Eaitor'sTrlbntc. Thcroafl'. Kcator, Editor of Ft. Wayne, the past five Southern Exposition Soptombor Ind., "Gazette," writes: "For King's Ne7 VearaLave always used Dr. gud and 3rd. - State Horticultural show at tho Arrangements are made for a -- 1 '4 i Discovery, for "coughs of most severe of a It will be. of interest, and per- acter, as well sa for thjwe speedymilder type. care. Sly It tierer fails to effect a haps of profit, to. 5'ou, to read frierds to whom I have recommended it lace. German & Co'd advertisement, ppcak of it iu emio high terras. Having MisfIary Lawa rink tariataa and iltojWeeki been cured bv it of every cough I have had di&Z39d3. SpS-Unl- y Vjn'c- - lor five yeaw, I consider it the, only reliable a few more than ' ' " ." ' snd sure euro for Coughs, Calds, etc" Gnll aisi cilia lily. fbnrth of tho qualified voters vot-te- d atMoore & Landrum'a Djug Store, and get aTwfMapKio GilAa Wht aiull aad r . "; ' " &t the recent constitutional a Fret Trial Bottle. Large Sue 51.00. h aisateunTe MoCutchcu Bust colored BurJlKSRme, th election in Kentucky. now located in Moore & Landram'a drug aan ann point Ircc. --From Morton's Advance, we Kiss Adelle Allen White satin and atore. Mia skill and reliaWhly I" Gol. Lamont, ovlr. Qteveland'e learn that the citizens of Union las- " Irave, and h is located here ermanentl private secretary, says the report- City are desirous of haviiig the Miss Katie Walker White mull and lo alwajs mako good hfs protnites. ed split between 3Ir. Tilden and 0., O- - & S. Y. Railroad run through blnftnkW. he J?resident is a falsehood from that place. Tho talked of change Mis Lou Diestelbrink Crei itul and the day or week. beginning to ending. Enquire of Mm. J. B. Bryeon, over in the line would bp from Harris Vflolwidi Crtam Naw 5105. Mf lie Prather 1'ewell'a store. Shnck leaves in a few Station, pass through Utiion City , diamond. J5Ub Carrie Kamage h?t tarlatan. U4ys to .parry the following parties and Troy, striking tho main line Vfts JL r T41K T70H SALE, Oae pair ef extrngoed wniwi illsi Annie x.wsger rure ut.:. to the penitentiary: Allon Uarnes, at or near Obion Station. Apply to. Mik ajSna Dieetelbrink White drow JP Horse. t5 years ; James JMayboe, 5 years 5 D. D. SHUCK, . roses. andmPk Very vamrltnblo Itccot'erj-Jordan, Ky. aug21.2w ud T. D. Shaw, 1 year. OrksaUl Whit mm jenie Mr. Geo. X. Willine. of Manchester lacefiadftoarls. iiuhuu' hue Th6 corn 'crop of this connty, Miclu, writes ; "My vife has been almost Mils Surham rure whit and bltw ' WMvUngRmc, the Wxt-acetaltliohed a reputntiwi m a skilKtil werk-nw- a Vhich promised such immense LolpJoes for five years, so helplees that she k alone. She aeeottd i n one in his Hm, and not turn yield a mouth ago, has been cut could Eottlea ofover in bedIhttora, and ted MiS Eiaie GoaWer Whit ami pink i so EUctric for whom he hau dosie work will ?! two tjhort ii many neighborhoods, and much improved, that site ia able now te dj ribbstis. knee hht reliability. Call at Moore iSSyoBJig aw r eqaal to the only an average yield can now bo her own work." some excptfa, ww is Landrtwt'a. expected. Electric Bittera will do all that is claim- fulTwiemag dress. CHOICE lot of CwrnoiS Beef for ed for thorn. Hundreds of testimonials 5e per pound, at atteat thoir great curative powers: Only In Colorado, the home of tho UliKSOA.tr. JIKMTIOW. & Lsndrum's Muss k. Shjlw. grasshopper, very little stock is fifty cents a bottle at Moore MdUic Darhaw. of Texaa, it iit-DrUj? Store. char- toiiu riule and plain tast'os, without any elFerfet niJe'ctal display M& Mattifc Ellison Tan cashmere oloth. Mis ilaitie Taylor Cream butter loth aaljtube rosos. Cream butter Miiss sNanaie Warren and raagno!ia. cloth Mistie Kingman W Juts mull and Columbia has no police oMccrs, and disorderly, conduct, goes - ', Cv J Wheat at Clinton, Hickman comity, is dull at 85 cents a bUshol. Aiwjh county has fifteen apple brandy distilleries in full blast. We have received our stock of len's, Youth's and Boy.s Cloth- png for fall and winter, and we are J ibfierinclit at very low prices. We have a very large line, which "embraces all the desirable styles in !l .Cassimeres, Worsteds, and 1 11 ts Cork-screws- . " CITY. ITElfSt; Watch-mnkor, Voil-jnlt- 'Sheriff nd - 1 interests by calling atljcntlquartcrs. Oar stock of Footwear, for large and small, is the most complete of 'any firm of the Purchase. Our Lest goods arc all warranted. I Our prices this season on Jeans "and Flannels will attract your at- jtention. out oaiance 01 I We win ciose Spring and Summer goods regard- ess or prices. Uall and secure ome rare bargains. Parties desiring to purchase a Suit will ."vnrcly consult their own ' I me t -- MHiJMk ?&-- fc(dfS Sppilllk m .. f- iiLEXAlsDER & MAXWELL. ULivTO; MADS1: SOT4,PASS&?a SIT SSVUB,- 03T XTSIS - hnn-dre- PSOSL eca-Bio1jShr- Tth A -; 0 'jL. A. 'J.' taken in Prof. Eiley's arsenic bait as a means of destroying the post. In fact, they are disposed to poke fun at the idea. Tho Union City Fair will continence Oct. Cth and closes the 10th--. It promises to bo a success. Ve acknowledge the receipt and return thanks to Secretary for a season complimentary. Talk with business men iudicato the belief in a re--. Yival Cf trade to a healthy activity but no signs of a boom. Your b'u'sinsss henceforth depeuds more thau ever on your activity and enMc-Campb- jp jMHoprd Maxwell w ia St. Lpaii, Bishop Turner, of Georgia, col- purin goods for his nomas. probably tho most prominent C ahancy. of Fulto. ored clergyman of that State, adand acqaninUmsaa in th city. vises tho young men of his race Ltndrnm Las gone to Jack- to leave the oitiea and learn to be cul- &oa$me, ol, 10 wing ma wire aome. independent by taking up and tivating govormnsHit lands. The J.ltM Underwood left Monday to l advice is so good that the present tead'Iardfe seminary, Naaavttle. of lo-2 Micklc. of Fulton, talks generation will neither appreciate yracUc of hi nor folk w it; fickman for th ing!MIi.llW.iii)gen. J?cbi A gel portable SAW MILL, U ho&i in good condition. Also. FOUR power, MULES and og Wagon; and 7 Yoke ef Ojcen,-- Waffone, Chauw, &., eemplete. r"cr further information, apply to or addreaa. E.f. SMITH, t Mewww, Ky. . Fr Sa!. ad '.N Purity IN TONE ( Combines Volume Withand Swootncea; Elasticity IN TOUCH Combinoo Lightness, and Pliancy. and best Workmanship. IN FINISH Combines Beautiful Design It: AXJLi Is n. IVXntoliloss y '.& Tt23SIECTS and Ulanut'aotxirctl to Meet the Wants of Those who Xo8lro to liny tlio ailSWi PIANO tliat can. lao 3?rioo;; JMaile -- Instrument, Je :: atalicaHonablo FOR SALE 3512" aogl-f-lS- - T. F. WILBURN & FOR FIVE CO., . ' t? gon-"cral- ly terprise. i' t There isja very hopeful feeling prevailing among business men regarding the fall and winter trade. Business all over the country is improving, and jjreat activity is xpectcd to follow the prevailing Uullnbss. Towns and cities attract trade by Expositions, Fairs, Barbecues, of Farm &c. People iu the conn try know We will scll.for the nest 30 days, FOIi CASH, our entire stock, of ' the purpose, but their trade goes along with their recreations and rifle, was considerately hung by Toodon- Tin.'wejsQ, GXass'sra-re- , rionrcr Paiit, 'Potior to whom honor is due." iricaSures, when all things else are his neighbors yesterday. Before D. Dieelelbriak, all hy Snt&njte Union statetl that Col. Per slo, wzjsb, Site, Etc. equal. As low an the lowest AVe are sole agentsior the American d Shoe Company for being swung off ho expresses his Gaifs Ihnd reported to Capt. Thomas Stevens, who trav- disappointment that the cartridges 81 Kegs Nails, Men's Ladies and Children's wear they are certainly the best and pret 3S Heating Stoves, 25 Cook Stoves; the snlo of forty five Money sated by buying of, . ersed America on a bicycle tour gave oat aiid he could not kill farfs 'in this vicinity, tho result 27 Sugar Kettles, tiest Shoes ever brought to this market, and will give satisfaction. Our I'LAUT BKO'3. & CO. 9 Doz. Axes, 1 Buckeye Fofrbe Pump, rouud the world, and has now three or four more families who ofjG"He8sce being advertised at. 2 Cows, stock 01 2 Horses, Spring "Wagon, 13 Clocks, I1 rossed Europe, writes back that were offensive to him. thlpaw Orieanei Exposition. The .413 kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of New 1 Dwelling House. 2 Business Houses, good country roads are the excepfacte are tbat about a 3 ear ago Liine, Snlnhate of Iron, Carbolic Aeid, All will be sold at cost and less. HrsgF&lW'y ftkfiffiai&riSZ To stop a runaway horse, the MBsrS. Cannon & Jaekson orgau-ia- Chloride el Soda. For a!e at tS'JSB sfeeSE tion in this country, but common with a COWGILL'S Drag Store. in tho parts of the old world Russians have a light cord a real estate agency, and bo- cannot be surpassed;it is all custom-mad- e and will fit perfectly, and is W3 gpsKganji Eaui elft noose in it about tho horse's through which he has passed. ji H tlio publication of "The sjish rrSnEsa; m slJtiSreSc&i v pja much cheaper than the usual price. AVe have the latest styles of Men's; forget that Salmon's & Hans with tho cord running throat, Einl Bnlletin," since which Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to The "World's Industrial and through the saddle ring aud over WnBoys' and Children'slHats. The best quality of Flour and other Family tiafo tnoy liavo distributed about stop the Cholera among hega and keep Continental Exposition of Uovr the dasher at- hand for tho driver l5!N0,copiea, f'SATUKBAY NIGHT OK 3TEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." Groceries, constantIyfept in stock. . Now is the time to get good bar principally in Ohio, then from taking it, or money refunded, Orleans lids recently been incor- to pull upon at the horse's first gains and good selections. Call and examine our stock and you will be w 18- - by "W. OOHjSA.lSr Ss porated for ten years. The exhi ateuipt to nrti. A little choking Ilfiaim, Iowa, Michigan ana J.W.COWGILL, Drugjist. convinced that our advertisement is not a fable. In response to these s bition is to cover not only f.dj!. about seventy-fiv- e stops mm. persohliindSblcd to above firm must settle at once, or the claims to one J". All SOlSrS. pertaining to cotton, but tho to SbSpyterS nnt! will be iIftceulinj"ie nanus 01 an omcer ior collection. this products of agriculture, mines and Chinese gambling is said to be hundred persons have vigited nave importbui rjrajr.9. senk 'WM': sjettonj twelve ot whom J. W;C;&CO. industrial arts of all sorts. very allnring to foreigners MUiSE k SHAW annonnee to the public BbiiKht land. One established a and sailors especially. They Tho Assessors of many rich AmHJority of those who tltat:they are fire ja red to handle. any awl prono to believe thoy can beat fjfidhttve bought other "lands in allkindJof produce for shipmenti by riTcr eoHnties in the State heed regula- are or rail. Special ting. Iu some bluograss counties, the game, but tho case is not on Ibis vicinitv: hence whlethey have shipment of fruits. attention given to the Allbasinota.entrusted DBA1EB I3X as- record in which, they have sucr. MAntain famthAB to their cars will have prompt attention. horses, mules aud cattle are as, . sessed lower than iu tho xiioiintaih ceeded? Nowhero els is gambling 0 have not lost a single family by Will keep plenty of barrels and fruit boxes bounties. The great raco hose so general, and, professionally emigration. .It is not my purpose on hand. Ten Broeck, for which 8100,000 is speaking, so "slick." o detract from tho efforts of Col. Mioffered, is assessed at $150. Gates or the influence of thelScw The greatest variety of Ladies' and charged that American "Orleans exposition in advertising on Shoes, at PLAUffi, warranted. If fail to Nelson Record. It is eive satisfaction another pair will be given AND women who have married titlod onr Staid, but simply to stoto Sr money refmtded Alap OODSHAW & TO MAKEWG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," PATENT Dan Baldridgc, of old time Englishmen aro prone to run at facts as they exist. Immigration PLADTfl Hand Sewed for men warrant requires butffstroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back tip the memory, was the first child born Prince ed. i county. The next was the beck of thevery few of Wales Jo this section is CLnQ to the in Fnlton claim with thlpproof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e .!& Of them energy of our local real Ns Brown, now a resident of set. and that MAJs rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the MEDICINES! ! to do otherf estate agency. By push, honesty Do you want r THRESHING independence this county, in tho loscow neigh have tho wuen lueir iuciiuuuuub CHINE, SAW MILL, STEAM ENGINB, wise, oven andantogrity tliey have establieh-e- SORGHUM MII.L, COTI'OISI GIN, CORN best." "Noflpiis evening, some other evening," is what they say when tSEWING MACEINES 5PA.HSTT S. borhood. He was born Ttfarch 29, fjo urge them. askedlo givtpny solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best' ,a gool business, in CRUSHES, or anything in the naaehinery with mu 1826; .May ho bo blessed a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish do. eo to MUSB & SFIAW goods. in I isVA- bther half century of useful and According to a Southern paperj vicinity of. which landraqidly this line? HIf vmi prips. They re agents for to make TIhJmJs by "blowing," but it is not my way. iu and ther is advancing thcuo prosperous lifo in the county. the Xiagaland, Fergueou & Co'a, Maohme-r- y the" apparent gaiu in numbers o ; prices. and Mill Supnliae. -- Tho common school trustees flift colored raccuat tho South JSl li" .."jTOILET KRT1CLES $& fQk Sr uR cmployingteach-fers- , tlno al moat wridUvto,thofctthai i IjAlN6nouis8!ajinonncentont of this county, in iSjLrt ra J Snlve." l"" s 1880 did thetr Mns. does uoiintom! to visit STf? ill Unflen'H Arnirn fltejsrT ought to note tho names of tho d irT Rhat she Cats, The &C, &C.,'&Ci sjhorica agwii until a year from Bruises,Bsar 81? in the world for Ferer is the thingiat tells, and propose to duplicate BST LOW PRICES' who attended the County work more thoroughly than &C, &C, &d. those Sores, Ulcers, I 1 this fall is MMtl to be flue to tne Sores, Tetter, Chapped Salt Bhenta Jeachors' Institute, as by tho op- 1870. Hands, Ghtlblains, with first-cl- a Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, jjlllHIIIII H IIIHII III II studying a new Conw, and alt Skin Eruptions, and oai and makes horse sense instead eration of the school law tho cerTttto Hawk- nf "Rnrrlaml ha fact that she is of mere blowing a bout it. Perhans vou KSTPreacriptiona filled at any hour, day or night. Eing night l)cll alter iO o'clock' pay required. tiverj cnrcsPilps,or It tificates of those not in attend- hnmi rrnsirdeil overv niirht sinew .plajij in which she is to take the is guaranteed to girenoperfect satisfaction, know what good FURNITURE is , and perhaps you don't; if you want ance are revoked, and no money iiron 1. HnlfliOTV? part 01 a young .ttngusu yoKei. or money refunded. .,w. Knrlif nf Price 25 oente per from the public yokels who will pay box. For Sale at MOORE 8t LANDUUMS the test givfjjmc a call and I will show you. ThtfAmerican can be drawn whicli consists of two sergeants? Diamond Sewing Machine, the I am alsdfSjent for the school fund to pay such teachers. two cornorais, a drummer and '& ilbHar and a half to see her fire ladies friendM "We lire recjiiestcd to mako tnis as numerous, as they Ttseu to :.- TTlldoii not i twenty-mil- e iiai.vjo, nil .4v N. pS have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will publication. cnoson suoauorm bo.;i command of a ZWW PRICES."1& Customers politely served on short no SCHOOL NOTICE. -- tndre Caswell Bennett, presi An old ffenttoutan who died at Taking raOfphino leaves, in a Jasper, Tenn., recontly loft a fund Tl riSS ADBLLK ALLBJTS sehoel will tice, btoiejacross the street iro'm. Holcombe's new drucr store. as Judge in tho Fnlton Cirded Kespectlully, 1st Monday in September, in cuit Court for several days, dur- short time, tho head bare. Manj i for the iastTiiotlon of xjX. be Judgo Camp- persons are nearly bald from this rinair t,e0nlc in tho art of eating whioh she will be assisted by Miss Mattie ing tho sickness of The Old, popular and always reliabld.Hardwarehouse of bell. Judge Bennett consented cause. Morphine also loosens tlis Xvith forks. Ho stabbed himself Ellison Will be glad to receive all of her old pupils, and any others desiring to atid tifdsidetas a courtesy to Judge teeth, so that it as good for the OJ1C0 when eating pje with a knife tend. Parents who intend sending chilCsnipbell aud for the accommoda- dentists as for tho capillary ar anQ Q n0vor forgot it. dren will please send thorn, on --ea J ' Ttm"3T'p atunw nmnnnhnff tn the opening day ef school. if possible, be tion of tho people. His clear and ists. There will music taught in connection with the school. comp'r'eiiensivc rulings and opinHas a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ions, ahd kindly personal bearing, Under tho laws of Missouri the $0 000.000, originally made by 0110 which are offered at made very favorable impression railroad commissioners may order Balon Brown, is in tho Bank of tH JHr iinnn the rieonlo and won for him rodnction of freight rates, butonly Fiiglnnd, some or wnose agents Wi can bo enforced unDONT YOU FOGBT reductions are said to bo hunting for the number of active admirers.through tho action of the individj known heirs in this country. SUCCESSORS TO H. Buchanan is the only man Tho most violent torimdocf; uai patron of tho roads. Jf and that, tho very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed 6 occur between the 1st of April According to tho London Lan- that sells the elebrated Bryan & T4 ko-rtu-nt& weighs only f3fj cet, Windsor, whicli was supposed Brown Shoes, for ladies, misses and of Septomber in MinGen. Mahone nd the 1st be exactly as represented. X3ST nesota, Illinois, Indiana, Oino, pounds; Hois a frequent visitor to bo a completely sanitizod point children, men and boys. These DEALERS Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wis- at Fortress Monroe, his almost in- after the death of tho prince con- Shoes take tho premium over all DRUaSjMEDICINESj BOOKS, STATIONARY, and Sohool Supplies. , consin, Arkansas and, northern variable costumo being duck sort, is still one of the most un- for good and fine workmanship, Jbancy GOODS, TOXS, and JrTlUl'UlUSS, DUUUUlsrs I-tQTTVnntPQ TJATXTTSI rTT a -Texas. These include the" tornado pants and a short shooting jacket healthy places in England. and is the most substantial Shoe 1 '.i; i"i-- i wluui uu XltiS WlUXJi SBWliSO MAUlilKiS. most violdrit belt in are. The' "Y"iff made in the United States. Don't 2 ebras- WINES AND LIQUO'RS FOR MEDICAL USE. ag; Gen. Spinner is thought to he "The hog disease which lias been let others humbug you with some ttott. area includes Kansas, . : 1?., 41mrn i " nn tho happiest man of fame in Amer ; ir. "- in Kansas, seems to other make, and say The best roof for rthe least money! Experienced workmen employed. ftllHBUUU. Kg aiiU prevailing " it is iusfc as R.L.'M0ORjcanb0foundat Tjr. FARIS' Office, to atfend night calls at Moore & totHitli in the year whou n tornado ica. Ho is camping out Just now, liavo about run its course. The attention of builders eSpeciaiiy desired as .this house will give spe good., but go to BUCHANAN'S, ; tho Southern on x'aoio ueauu, wuero 1110 sea Hot occur; In . cial induccmehts.Corrcsporidcnce solicited. urny expect thorn in tho waves whiliMi as they run up and Tobacco cutting has commenced and buy the Shoe with Bryan v Utcswe A. - U&tt iYAJtlLM Brownfs name on each Shoe. down over tiie Jrionua pehbles. te winter aud early spring. in the State.- The appended elore room en Clinte street, lately oeoupiei by Alexander & Maxwell, dry goods merchant, i for rest, Srcline Pierce, of St. Louie, nod on reason able terms. Applr te Accokding to the Denver TriiJeie Gibbs. of Unios City, we E. T. GARUHER. Mrs. U. Iu. Millet. bune, President Cleveland's order USE ft SHAW are sellias Xo. 10 regarding tho Indian territory has SftVillic Powell and, Willie Salt- 4fcl- n 12.. l?u. t """""g ItunH i SOUTH BEND CHILLED FLOWS impetus, to a change in given new for $7.50. Now is the. to liny. the methods of stock raising. The ,to enter 5e Normal College. Musk ft Ssaw. Mist iLie Onion City, d Garrett, of crowding of tho ranges has whoioen riwting the family of tho growing "of alfalfa for Landrucxetnraed home thin week. Mayor Tittt Barlinsame. ia loea- iod permanently in Iilokman; nad if lie winter feed, and as this will enaitr.J&n W. CowifiH soeete Frankfort fixes your watch, k alwa)a at home to ble the wintering of cattle in disson. Henry, in the tricts heretofore used only for !!; i&malo enter hisMr. Robert Bttehaa prove the reliability of bis work. Fnadflfestitate.summer range, it is estimated that an ents?we sain- BChoou Xeat tuitl 1'ouiier. the capacity of several counties. m lfcajki, of Oftadr Teaa.,! TbloMii Mid Uv the will speedily be increased five paid Hickaan a bounead vSKt oa otay anse Cowpr.ny darine; tWe TrAvJora InHrmonth ef April, fold. Ut, 5d while in the city called on J 1S85, on Life and Accident Policies logetk-e- r, "ccib$" ofcthe Courier. anion u led t $112,512,54, or a fraction more than Sf een dollars a minute for ev Locktb, tho .Tosau who so. la&K&'-JSiitZLitfiery banking hour of the month, duced his own daughter and then T. JI. FRENCH, Aosst, tried to kill her along with live at IIICK3IA.N, Ky. other victims of his Winchester ailKaiizis, Sept. 1. Special. cr.-ieave tff Rear. Agts. for R. DOBMA1T & CO., Nashville, Tcnri: EVERY PIANO WARRANTED YEARS, stim-nlata- le ""i tis P mtuM.jmx-rm I jri ii J !ljl -- ev-- Watch-make- r. Again we make special notice of the immense stdck of new Spring Goods, consisting, of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace .J 9 s 2ofewoai asdrarej asa"burg S22a."broideia.s, ;asi ...m, .n,,,.,,, mtm nm Tot mmm 7 Also, fine and cheap .iiiBSseasjsjssjWlsSIWSSS 1 i mhliMiMm, km, liki, SB Endib Hand-sewe- liwi IK si-H- i i, Mc-Wlfrt- er -- . e SFBS sS - - J. 00. mat-tor- I AMBERG'S aol-die- rs faw-niil- l. J. w. COWG1LL L - DEUGS, trusses enter-iprweari- d gTEW HOME u d - conso-nufiiic- o 3TX , - - Vf A p.p.rifsnn-takor- ."' wAj"ts.- trie. . 7 ! k )(r Mill ' -- Jt 3E..i, Irff- '- IMIM ! I II III ' -- - l.l 1 .nn light-runni- ng ii-plica- te t n . 4 Ml -- - IT' e COMPANY. 03N i : ' w., . . . . . PRICE ROOFING. i. K.ii , J., t -- -- -- -- ''a- - w - PESORIPTIOlSrS -- SPECIALTY. -- V'-'' "" iZSL ' cTS - 3 a r-f- mi ' ' ! 'V , ".$ ii f. JS5-j 'rv J " HftV--- I5B BE6SKB hi my rorauiinuii oi LiimrEWt Sigh (KIBBfflB. nn.. ti fe .-- .- .? 7? - 4 "f W. Dr. From the i'ailncsili Stamlnrri S" r.0 ucv. juBt Macafce, "of Lox- - Straugo Forms Soon on the Alpy or two sinco Mr. Johnfour a a of a t ser 2fprfjingor, who livos about delivered ?.,oon. has Tito llickrann Courier disapproves The members of tho noSt?! oria !overik'nty convention to remodel the ;ni nffniiiBt lawlessness 18in Ken- - Cloth Wkich Covered a. "riJJB'oast of this plaee, discover-eduThe Fall Session will commence It Tcara Uio convention might latu.ro from the s::c couittsgi to DC his farm what ho believes .....i. i$ fonnd'a m wincu lueru practical Doad Infant's Face. Inrn out, even a worse consmuuuu umu of tho Tennessee rivora?R?, to liein rich gold mine. lie good deal more without LegislatiYoxncK- the prm-n- one, "there being no unaranMONDAY, AUGUST 1385, to sink a well, and after wisdom than is usually Ttttm t!iA)hany Joarnal.) groanda and just nnlitical the same tee' etc Ou the Courier con'.d nrgnc that $ dgginjf o'lout six feothostru-from tho pulpit upon quesa reaoonably Mr. Gardner, tho member from heard Mrs. Thomas Wood, with threo And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences no change should ever ba made in an tions that concern the State. Tho children, live in tho basement of particles of a bright yollow subpoor a one he may ba, Ballard, has boon in thorxjotioia-turbo matter how pulpit teachor is Mrs. Dooloy's houso on stance in a strata of sand and before. While there' as wo trouble with Summit sanp rock. The metal has overy for fear a worse one might be chosen, there prone to carry into 2To. 12, MONDAY. JANUARY $, 1886, guarantee that the people would uimi'isuiuu, jiu inauo 1M KnorMitl that they are bcinc no Oohoes. Mr. Wood is not aP!jWanco of gold, and is so in selecting the new one get abetter man. mark, though rceoguif&i a 45 ih'o discussion of practical affairs at home, having left threo months and w deal too much sentiment, ago maHeable as to bend casHy when Continuing Five Months. .The News haa faith in the people relative honest and attentive member ostensibly to look for employ taken between the fingers. It exwith them matters willing to leave ?JTr. Eeunick,. from Hickman an) and it is refreshing to notice in Paducah News. to their own welfare. sermon a strong ment, and is tiiorciore ignorant 01 ists in considerable quantities, Tii- courso of study, iuoluding thorough primary work inngHsi branches, Mathfi mucin, is a new man ft politics Dr. Macafee't? practical sugges- the circumstances that have sud- anjtl should it prove to bo gold, matics, Lutinj Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Eloegtiou, Penmanship, Book The Kewa misapprehends the and eminently denly boomed Ids family into pub the GouniEit. It position of has been sheriff and h perhaps tion how to regulate the saloons. lic notice. Mr. and Mrs. Wood the find is a rich o.no.bo Several Especial attention is dovoted to the preparation of students for college, and yotlng bejudges not as a reason why thousands Jilled other offices. Hj8 county Ho confesses that ho does can be are English people and not con- Persons who claim to declaro it to men Tor uuaiucss. have examined it and lieve the cr.lo of liquor of intelligent people rofnscd to paper gives him n gSba retm prohibited by a few sweeping nected with any church- - About hfgold. Mr. Wood's departvoto for the call of a constitu- mendation. measures of law, and ho gives ii month after was safely deliv Capt. Albritton, ure Mrs. Wood correspondent lack ABar reasons for tional convention to bo the TUITION i Senator from the Pitt District, threo plain, practicalevil, ho says, ered of a femalo child, a little, says that Harbor A. Vandcrbilt William his doubt. It is an guarantees aB to where has never been in of any ?3oo strongly intrenched to be dealt tiny, sickly thing, that died yes plks half a milo to dinner, pays Primary PupUa per ttibhth. u ti . 4 00 such a convention would stop; before, but was tviccjalieViff, find too by Utopian measures. Thero terday morning. On Tuosday tho flOO a week to Mrs. Bowler for Intermediate i. ...t........... & ...... ...... ........t with ... O n W ...U.. U.....il.l..4i4.i child was baptized by tho Bev. tho cottngo ho occupies, and $25 Advanced but gave its owu reasons for op- was one of tho most popular is a lack of sentiment to onforce Graves comity over had. Ho posing a "sovereignty convention'' is now chairman of sugges- Father Lowory, of St. Agues', tho per day for the only measures. But the District suck ho makes for thothe revoluregulation motiior Having tailed to una any bjickboard Bar Harbor contains. B. C. CJALBWBLL, in the belief that such a Democratic Committee, and con- tion of tho Protestant ministers in step would bring anarchy ducted tho last Congressional of the traffic is one that tho ambi town. tionary Sympathetic neighbors JThe Eleventh Cincinnati Indus-Via- l IIickman, 1CV., Aug. 7, 1885. 3m and confusion in our courts and campaign. His immense majority tions but misdirected Prohibition camo and assisted in preparing Exposition will open Soptom-b)- r ists should ponder, and wo copy tho littlo body for tho grave. 5, and closo Octobor G. It is civil government. The members in Graves attests hig popularity it for them : . at home. One of tho party suddenly do- - afnational exhibition of industry 'a Kimmist. . "To mv mind tho onlv wise aim fiTCSeru con .chutfdthat tho figure of a cross sd art on a largo and comprohon-fiK'Lcewnceito the nnmay predict, do tonorVr-Uifandc1ffalTcTnrmn(riicBccr-n-tl- io sjale. tion, and we cannot understand and to Western Kouuclcy. He to put tue traffic nndor such reg EZ1T. will curtail its ovils, in white cloth that covered tho child's 0Olil3SD3- how they can reconcile that oath is sobor, careful and Jiouo8t, and ulations as face. Tho others looked and saw. pjtBAcmfoG in Cincinnati, Sam (Established in lfi75-)-the meantime bonding every ener- Word went out to authorize a movement the only has a sufficient experience! in the gy and people began Jones said that if thero was a pions NextJwwlenbplnSrt 1.1P85. Itati lower Uimii at ny goo whotl lo Uie eoHOtry. Liternf j, to tho creation of a broader de- needs of tho Stato" to. recognize to flock to tho house until it was politician ill America ho would cliH are not and Murlcal Deimrtmcnta of hlgluit character. Onr focUttlM (ur the education 6f juutigjlas object of which would bo io Urj'ai'Kwli tho defocts aud to appjy the rem- and deeper sentiment against tho necoBsary to call a policeman to like to boo him racked out. 'Sir3 Wo tnku plcasuro ill referring iartira ilmtriog optclal ihfotciatiult to W. I. McCntclicn of llickmau. Kr. stroy tho very inBtrumout they edy. He was for six years Com- uso of tho drug. For our own keep back tho crowd. Many skop- Address, 'JS1ELK& WILLIAMS, country, as tho matter presents had sworn to support, except in monwealth's Attorney ;Two men were recently senL'owling Green, Ky 2 , itself to my mind, the wisest prac tical ones wont there and came tenced in Mexico, one to ten years' Maj. Moss, our ownfReprcsent-ativethe manner prescribed, by that inr away convinced that a miracle served a term hatho Legis- tical aim is tho securing of bigl was being performed. The cloth iraprisonmentjthe other to bo hangstrument. Each and every Stato license laws, 'lnis 1 presume, is K. E. MILI1ET4 with credit, audibility, E. CASEL officer, from tho Governor down, lature that position wasfcnlled and quite within tho reach of possi was frequently wet with water, ed for burying a . woman alivo. from to .a. takes the same oath, and wo know bo Attorney General fothe State. bihty, and it has at least two fea but tho mysterious figures would There are now one hrindred not out. Tho spots whero the of no human power to absolve His history is familiar topiir rend- tures that contend themsolvos to cross and the chalico were out- and ninety-oncotton factories in oporation or in course of erection them from this allegiance. Tho ers, and hence it is notWecessary every earnest reformer, lined boro r. glistening, whiteijj will "In Supremo Judges, and sill other to recount. There is a5miet sug out at the first place, itwholoswoop shade than the romaindor of thq in tho Southern States. one stroke tho host malic a gestion Judges of the State, swear to sup- Speaker,that ho wouldwelraay good of tho worst class of groggories. cloth when it was wet. About 12 Tue glory lmvo but of this of Cincinnati has de port and Interpret all laws under moro to say hreafter. 1 Let a man pay several hundred o'clock yesterdav the shadow dis- parted Milwaukee makes more appeared: the present constitution, and that Mr. Rood, the Representative dollars for license to keep a liquor A Journal reporter learned thatj beer and Kansas City packs moro the present Court of Appeals, from Marshall, is also "anjld hand store, and ho will see to it as a camphor spirits, very strong, had nogs. matter of business interest term acting under aud by authority of at tho business." Hisgreat in the merethere shall not bo a half doz- been used aoout the child 111 its Legislature reflected credit that tho present constitution, 6ould both upon himself and thcounty. en low deiiB in the same neighbor- last sickness, and was used on Buekncr and Williams, Gen. m Thomas L. Jonos, about ever reognizo and endorso its He filled places on important com- hood soiling without license. In tho cloths washingtho body whilq aro in tho ring for governor of and preparing. they were own overthrow, and thereby the mittees' and was also cotultcd one the second place, a man who is lite uuuy 101 utuKii. it 10 ail6 Kentucky. able to pay several hundred dolrights of thousands of dissenting of the leading members. II "X .. , Mr. Keys, who beat Squire Hol- lars for a liconso will, aa a goneral yC&LCU, MUl tlliik rJUU1V iwia ..:.? n Frothingham, of mi: litigants, presents a situation of land in Calloway, i3 a young man, rule, be it somewhat moro respbn-sibl- "cievor aruncc," ion mi 41. tu: Bettik eumstanccs scout the idea, bnl Lincoln County, Tonn., claims to anar- though ho served in thc&eriBla- inextricable confusion character than tho nondebeing in a strong i'oo 110 years old. that tho chy. Tho courts now existing turo four years ago. While- thero script and wholly irresponsible solution,camphor, crystalizo very would would bo compelled to operate he refused to enter tho Democrat crow who now operate so many quickly on eloth and present a Tiie newspapers and their outof the evil dons that disfiguro tho 1 under tho present constitution, caucus, and voted for aGrocu-backo- r stroets of our cities." white, glistening surface when the fits in tho United StateB aro valuiibLN WsWW for tho Senate. He has and wo suppose tho new courts always been an ardont supporter A high license bill came near liquid wns deposited and not read- ed at 60G,DOO,5(0. The crystal would try to operate under tho of Oscar Tumor. Ho is aclever passing the Legislature at the last ily soluble in water. did take on might and no doubt In the Ohio tussle Loonard now constitution. Uowand when young man and will carefully look session, aud it was defeated with the.forms seen on the cloth. The great difficulty by the lobby and m WsM.KtiHn after his couutj-'- interest for prohibition, noadly against 1 would the conflict cease If one tho members oleetod by the sa- constant wetting of the cloth, and Forakcr nowhere. will stop and think anarchy loons. A proper and strong ef- however, gradually dissolved the Tli8 Rascalities. camphor crystals and by ALSO KEEPS and serious iroublo resulting from fort will bo mado at tho coming tho shadow was gone. 12 o'clock 'grsU fssimml ?&?&? Many exsession to pass it, mid it should press such a situation, it must give him Inspeaking of tho rascalitfes in the opinion that tho manipause. the court of claims, as exposed succoed. festation came from a divine source All power is inherent in tho peo and checked by Comptroller Durand was a seal set upon tho bapA. & R. T. TY LER, I Foz Merchants io Keacl. tism by Rev. John Lowcry. ple- wo grant aud believe, and if ham, the Washington correspond(Near Railroad Dipot,) ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Lot our local morchant "read' SijooIJegr the voice of tho people had reach- ent of tho Louisville Courier-Journa Kogro for F::n, HICKXAX, - - - KENTUCKY. mark, learn and inwardly digest" SEiOKznEJLnsr, ed such unanimity as to warrant says : !rwi Lake Omnty Star.l jfTU-"attend to all business entrusted this little incident which occurred no objection and no resistance to "In 187G, in a speech at Dan- in alueighboring city the other day, Last Monday at tho spring near nils t0 lf 0firethe new constitution, then the ville, Ind., Gov. Hendricks said: says tho Heading Times; Entor- - the colored school house somo two m:; 7 -.likft.vnr.vJ.mnoli:wni'p. luie.EtQrQot a wosneroue mov- - miles north of this nl:ice. OKOiOtlteT" HOW orttoc vC iiCTuli-- j.,;l.l J. r.V. men, to sec my party In powarat ciiunt, u gnmc until, a luiwno'wlliawnn't fiftvQiil otltor oolo augurated smoothly and without Washington if for no other reason town, expressed surprise 09 at thoiPP"S, who were at a spring serious trouble j but woaro forced than to look at tho books.Ido busy sceuo that greeted ishn. He were attacked by threo white boys, f)JH. .A.. A.. MANUFACTURERS OJ PHYSICAL AfiD SURtiEON. to admit that there is in Kentucky not know what system offbook-keepin- inquired of tho proprietor how it their names respectfully aro Win, they have adoptcdAhere, was that he was getting more than and Henry Hill, and Herbert HICKMAN, a large, stubborn, and intelligent KENTUCKY Alexander. opposition to a new constitution, but it does seem to mo that we his share of business in these dull beon making Thoso bovs have A FFEHS his Professional Services U considerable raise a largo sum of money by a midsummer days. The merchant Ike which will not submit to a new high, burdensome tariff, and I am replied: "I attribute the excellent among the colored people :luw""l $jaai8-'8- 0 oitijens of Hickman and vicinity. here of constitution adopted by unconsti- unable to find, out whero tills im business I do overy snmmer to laio.ami wero uoiormineu to injure tutional methods. A large part mense revenue goes to. Iltltink, just ivro things: First, I advertise some one botore the play should ;e. L. of this opposition is based upon perhaps, tho government ooks, bargains and keop my store before end. All tho children becoming if closely inspected by Jionest tho public; second, when the pub- tngntencd but Stoko and two ATTORNEY Ar LAW the belief that there is in this men, would lurnisu tue desired lic calls I satisfy it by keeping my others. After cursing Stoko for State an element seeking to lot information.' somo time, and all to no purpose Colloctor, Roai Estato Agent advertised promiseo. HICKMAN, KY. 'down the constitutional bars and was right. .UU It cost mo 6,000 to learn this 0110 of tho Hill boys says to Alexto open the gates for a vast sys The bookB havo only beenglancod lesson, and it has paid mo at least ander: "shoot the s b" and he EST Will attend promptly to all bnfl whipped tem of internal improvement by at so far, and already thousands 625,000. During threo successive and tho out his revolver and fired nc3S entrusted him in Soutlmcstcri ball entered tho left sido Kcnluoky and Northwoolern of dollars fraudulently paid out summers, during tho hard years tho State, which will overwhelm havo been discovered. Wait a lit- that followed 1873 I ran bohind in and ranged around and lodged in Special attention given to tho TennesEeo investiga tion of Laud titles, the Stato in debt, and from which tle whilo longer, boys, and you in tho store on an average $2,000 tho Idwcr part of the abdomen. eale of Ileal Estate.and the purchase f Jan8 they are now estopped by consti- will know the reason why it was overy year. I made up my mind Thcr roport of the shooting Boon so hard to overcome the Bopubli that there was business to do and camo to tojvn and tho sheriff was tutional restrictions, and it is vain in hot pursuit, arresting the they that I cans at do Saddlery agd Harness . for tho Courier, and other advo- swindledtho polls, and why Presi of the would and it. In the middle soon boys that evening, ho brought you out of your year that Hill worst dullest cates of a now constitution, --to dent in 1S7C. You will also learn v.'o had, whon clerks were absont nonry to town that night and A.-poiut out needed changes, to men wnero your money lias gone to. on their vacations and half tho incarcerated him m tho Pitts ho& FARR1SS, who honestly apprehend such pur There will bo investigations insti forco in tho store was idle, I start- tel, and Tuesday returned for tho PLUMMER deAleiI x tuted here within tho next two ed in and speut 1,200 in advertising brother who was held at a farm poses, iience, our suggestion, night: but the Jackson St., opposite Courier Office, during fruit bargains, that tho two great political par- years that will bear rich is not to old stock and so on. remnants, housothat did the shooting was D HUGS, MED II IV li'li - - - KY. HICKMAN, tho the a Thero Within n one 'AtlillaU ties of tho State, in Siato conven- day tint yon do not hear of a leak week my store was so full of busi- still at lanre. Ho was arrested WELL (selected stock of Saddles and tion, should pledgo their faith for discovered and stopped. There ness that I had to send for overy lato Tuesday night. Last Wednes Harness. New work made to order. jeslj&m: m aud ogaiuBt certain changes. It aro hundreds of leaks still wast- clerk who was away and I added day tho boys wero 'taken before Prompt attention given to boy to identify the one that ing tho government money. Thoso two extra clerks, JSST PRESCRIPTIONS CAR A FJx WJ IJSOMPOUNDEDt is unfortunate thy t the Legislature leaks aro not confined by any stead of loss of That year7 li tho the shooting, and Alexander $2,000 in the did has not the authority to formulato means to the seat of government, summer, I made 82,500, besides was found to bo tho shootist. The of any kind. lie has secured the services certain amendments and submit but extend all over the country. what I paid for advertising. I boys aro charged in tho indict-- , of that well known and excellent workman, Uncle Dob Farriss, which of itself is them to tho legal voto of tho peo- They aro in tho pension offices, have kept it up ever since. That ment of assault with intent to a of ple; but since it lias not, tho next tno postoilices, tho custom nous was tho most oxpensivo lesson I kill. They waived tho prelimi- ; guarantee of good and faithful work. spr24 fcegt guarantee is tho faith of the Flftoon Professors and Instructors. nary in full. es, tho marine service, tho public the two great political parties, for buildings aud grounds, aud in fac over learned, but it was to most Agricultural r.d Scientific, Enginiring, Classical Norms' start in Progress remunerative. If I had LOWER and LOWER. these parties will control tho con- every branch of the government business again, as poor as whon I school, unitary lactics ana Ganmierci&l course ot study. in ZicntucSiy Towns.' vention when assembled. Allkind3 of Groceries hams, sides, &c. Tho service. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE-OTUITION. on tho" clear, pier- started, I would make it a rule to From Louisville ComcircIal. will not Democratic and Republican par-- cing light Turn For Catalogue and other information Fall 'term begins Sept. tll, 1S85. "To other town in tho Stato of as cheap as the cheapest. 1 WITTiNQ. be of Democracy, and turn spend at least ray f of what JOHN Address JAEE8 K. PATTEasOW, Ph. D XaJagrton, Kentucky. . eacn declared in out the sinecures, dead beats and rent cost in advertising in homo oqual population can show as undersold. we&, wive faror of a constitutional conven- rascals. The country still swarms papers. I would spend it judicious- groat improvement within the last tion, now let them go further and with them. They, de- sixmonts a3 Mayfield says the herc,thoro ly in the best and ,jLecIare ?hat cardinal changes and everywhere."" aro partment, and the best and largest Domocratj. At 110 time in.hor HOW TO' SAVE MONEY VEALCB lit Hlyro for anil against, and if history , has .she. ,fjnn ij0d jutji. papers. - c th two parties can- harmonize, as such wonderful strides as during Family nCZ W" I False Steinrxss. Groceries; they profess to do, on the moro tho present year. Sho now has Wo are Wholesale Headquarters for al important changes, those people From CoTln;ton Common wealth" J grades of under way and in contemplation a AND ALSO, fine Jack, for Salo, at the residence 0 A wno are disposed to complain of Looking over tho Aaditor'p la largo number of residences, both iTcts. Seines, Lines, Hooks, 2nd allrknd the late JNO. R. McGEHEE. If not sold Pooplo on this side of the water brick and frame, a $20,000 college, of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar privately,(boforo Sept. 5th, 1885, will be CBEW1I. SUSUt TOBACCO aHlCISARS tue indifference of tho people, tost roport for some figures in conwill see a quickening of public nection with tho votejantho Con- can hardly realize tho importance wincu is now ueuig erccicu, iwo gaiH. Urocenes ana buppliesgea sold publicly, on that day, to the highest bidder, together with other Stock, farming and will job to dealers only at Factory sentiment on tho subject, because stitutional ConvontioBj&vc were of tho revolution now progross- - largo tobacco erallj. a planimplements, Ulack'Smith Tools, &c, &c. prices; lso the the people cau then voto face to amazed to find that sixtyfsix coun- inein English affairs. Tho idea ing mill and a number of other For particulars, apply to tho snb-jetho fae wpcrrt fssues". f ties, moro than Wm. B. McGEHEE, of the that was highest duty of king has improvements which wo have not MAMMOTH GAVE ! MScottb and lm:m gcclcli iauff, dio for his to time and space to mention. With Cayce, Fulton County, Ky.whole number in tho State, roturu become an eccentricity a population of about 3,000 our each tho bt i" the market. "We ai80 jjeCp thai0Rcre aro long since Royalty, in tho popThe 2few- York Horald says malesmoro votersthe city is destined to outrank most AMERICA'S GREAT NATURAL constantly on hand a choice selection over 21 in 'oetnty Da of tho past. frfta: reference to tho idiotic WONDER, of somo instances the discrepancy ular miud, has degenerated near- of the towns of equal advantaI of a disgruntled Northern runs into tho hundredj$h?0r ex- er and nearer the masses with a ges in tho Stato" It is said FAMILY GROCERIES, Wrtte for Club rates and get 10 or more A PJLEASANT IlESOIST. press abnout fear of tho South in ample' take tho rcturiiiffroin the corresponding loss of respect. that moro building is being done of your friends tor veit this interesting CONFECTIONERIES, Doubt has arisen as to whether in Paducah this year than was ov- Cave. Season ticket to Cave free to sum following twelve counties": ANDFRUlTS, politics : FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Tho general mer boardora. Thocooleat summer resort hteb'e will Mil very low for the Males over 21. il2ai Totew- tho Englishman is tho first man on er before known. uWe do not fear the influence Tobacco, of the and se'enff. oarth ; whether Britain guards the outiooK ior ouBiness is good m known. Thermometer Ob degrees at the Patronage solicited. best brands. oyd.. l,G9o 2,417 f tho South half as much as we Clinton..v. rights of every subject with the Hopkinsville, whero ten line brick "mouth of Cave. A good band in attendT'tQUA & BeBOW. 1,231 1,834 nov lf de that of certain disappoiptod Cumberland ,....1.470" 1,674 fidelity that has made her famous houses aro in course of erection, ance. politicians who had to take thoir Floyd W. C, COMSTOCIC, 1,874 2,071 in song. The working people and somo of them three stories high. Lessee Mammoth Cave Hotel, ,. 2,326 bauds oat of the treasury before Franklin o 2,999 tho farmers aro debating whether Iu Owonsboro tho manufactories Cave City, Ky. 3,003 they had stolen tho last dollar. Grant 3,348 God and tho government are doing r. good business. before Marshall HICKKAK MARBLE WORKS .1,852 1.9G5 And nearly alt of these men e Morgan not as good as the land........1,838' 1,092 thev are drooerlosa ia the North." Op all tho catchy word and phra- I ox- 4.2G5 lord and tho nobleman. Tho 'HICKMAN, KY. 2.437 Piie class havo ses that have been sprung on tho Irom Mt. Zion Church, five miles north 25cts Lower than the Lowes 2,612' cesses of tho titled 2.1G9 ia a common occurrence f o Trigg English speaking of Union City, Thursday night, Hug. 13, 2,279 aroused a determination among unsuspecting I 2,179 I have no clerk expensss no store ren One Dr.rli Bay or Brown 5Inre, 2,275 3BPi 3. children to got beans, grains of Wayne inferiors tbat may public duringthe past ten years, their and pay cash for all my Groceries, and four years old, good size, brceohing mark ra aud other foreign substance Total...M a revolution more- tornoie none aro moro expressive man on thigh and little white on hind hoofs. hercfore can sell as cheap as the cheap .......26,15C l 23,931 bcot noses. This simple remeDIALER IH 8t. Best brands of Wittenberg and Ion " Tbat is, in twelve count ;tbero than any of those tbat mark tho that'old familiar Baw, "Yon want Takon from suckuhk w"'- tar Flourr 25 cents cheaper than the low dy it worth remembering: got tho aro nearly tlirco thousa tho earth." 13oginuing with EngFrench epochs. One Deep Buy Horse, Italian and American Makblb JOHN WITTING. owns a larger 8 years old, 1G hands high, black mane t. ehiUi to open its mouth, apply voters man inero arc rag moro land who fovor nnturnl naocr. with ncht evo sneo tlmn any otner private corywr Neath over it and blow hard: 21 years of ago I MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYJ The Bcpublicnus will not sup- poration wo run through tho I out. and a viBiblo water not, split in right th offending substance will be JFraud, or, wlmt is nearh in all Special Notice. port Mahone'o man, Wise, .uw- -. STONES.- fi bad lnt!nn; of Virginia and thero is lists to Vandcrbilt, Gonld ami hoof from nair uwwu. ..iu plk4 frotn the nose. in such case, culpablo or any mionnauuu icamug All persons indebfec! to the firm of Bon KICSS' AVISO received a firio lot now have a barb wiro will be paid of jSrocr noss, is manifest on them :t of oven talk in some places of nomi- - Ficldr who to their recovery, or' $25 for delivery of durant & Drewry, will please coOic forward there were 2G,000 LAT Assessor?,. J?iuecn ecnti ,IfBt inat'nff ft straigui, xtujmuucuu j ton co from San Francisco to Liv- - marc aad 520 for delivery of horse at our at an early day, and make settlement. pared UJ5U aU ordcr8 Call and get a littlo es Ofncent E. Collins' drug store Alexander iitfttUin England without (or name) is a strong tpr ttion fif.lcet. Somo of tho Eepublicau orpool, aud when they cxteim tue ferms near Woodland Mi.l,Tcnn.RLi sr work. & Maiwcll'a old stand. ;::. i,,. nnnniv doolared thoir Jore money mey will r" l Q. TYLER. mt ft44re Hpon tliom. In 1.C0O- to make iranument retui Alf nler3'fro be country promptly BONDURaNT & DREWKY ' R. Loe-fof?..-fwicc all tho way aropndanduso rc ....,, flso may 26 f ttoe tmm ami woueyivorc in- ylaecureturns lmvo l)eoa:.j bat 1HMJ"V" " ntiort-GonHickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. '7& BgiZ-- is America for a cattle yasturo, beyond question. Govjrnor. m n. n:i:.j. 0010113J ifibLiiuu oi """ LlCOESO IB trWKl Beast). A REMARKABLE TION. APPARI- !fAvKtt!ck Gala Mme. Qbktbal CrxY, Ky., Aug. 30. 5&idwlis S" Ilffl Mimtmi FA SIISXHABILE BOOT AND u t - tii-cl- y com-"'tiiice- d I 3.' SHOE SHOP. k om-ce- r, o a"d Troy ATenucs, East Hickman, Ky SSySatigfuction guaranteed. April. North "West unit corner of Moscot THE - BARTER J. JI. to his GR0CERY- - as-sign- MR. thon-ly-clcct-e- thotL-ogisIaiur- all kinds of Family Grocebieb, which ho will sell as low as the lowest. He is ready at all times to exchange Groceries nt cash prices for Butter, Eggg, Chicken, ot any kind of marketing that tho farming friends may bring in. Thu highest mor ket price always paid. Si M. MONTGOMERY & BRQ. he has opened a new and fresh supply of MONTGOMERY, annotini friends aud the public Ihai oal-cor- a four-in-han- d SALE AND LIVERY STABLE KENTUCKY STREET, KEEPS constantly on hand foj Mj Paris & Parkeil l fcnttplmc o v- -... Southern Norma! School, T. sale " HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS, Having purohased the stable, horaeJ and cntiro outfit of TV. B. Flamme we propose to continue ike baslneM." &Hd ooliclt t4tronage- - W- - DIESIELBRINK Family Groceries andome and see, at tho cornel ot Trof and Moscow Avonuo. Eaet Hickms Ky space NOtrouble to hamb all drtiojed, to show goods, e tal M CASE & MILLET, - FAMILY GROCERY (DAVIS OLD STAND.) All kinds of Ex-Senat- or isr H. O. JUBGeT ss STAPLE uom km FANCY GRHCEHiES hous oi fea n 11 rd o KicK:MA.isr4 KEisrTrrcKir. sually kept In a firet-claprices. FANCY CANDIES, CRANBERRIES, -- MINC3.MEAA T, ' TJq PICKlZg QEJTg UOXIXY, 3Ea s Oifllfll"' Hssgur, BS?"WilI 5 not be undersolo Will pay full price for Butter, BggS, 6j of-th- DOORS, SABH &c. (Hickman, Ky., Clinttn Sts.) - al mi& Ja.irx-r'ir- Vi E ," i (. - a -- am. '"f -- ' CONFECTIONERIES, EA.RIS. HEETWECK, BAEEZER & CO I CIS , OREiT' -- - g F021s J sc?x: Ghattanooga HANDLE. Atlanta, Florida, 1 ii ?i , VI I1 Hickman, Kentucky. y 1immm lSI 8 Trtho N I bo TB.1E OLD RELIABLE HOL0OAEBE, -- C & St h-t- L. ffy. f mid-summ- er tax-payer- s. A nm m nrl s d? jhtdbb, FAVORITE. Call on nearest Ticket Or Address If, R. JoneR, W. K, Jaicjccj 2 Agent -- TATE COLLEGE ) KENTUCKY F Pass. AgU, Dallas, Tex., 49 G. P. & T. AM Nashville, Tinv FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Hickman. DAKLEK. ; -- ftEAL ESTATE Ffe SALE, one-hal- OKESUBURBAN RESIDENCE, afioa Rooms, Two C;b terns, Good Well, Spring, Stables, OrchaicI &c Apply to GEO. N. HELM. mayll885-6- m Uioktaan, Ky. high-price- d F. K CASE, - - ware-house- s, one-Wi- ct - - TH GREAT 1 mut-terin- gs EETHE'SALOON, Through Trunk Line -Ci t,,' nd - . cash.-Ple- a " i ! 14-- re-id- STOLEN! WHfcMit CMaitge ninWi St WM I; 8H0RTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE yrom MemphI?, MlUa, aad HcmbolAt t tba so-calle- d - Xlami, NORTH & EAST WUhcntCfeBgflre PlIflllAH . PIPC atert Citioa to rULLm All llAnO Ui Tllw.and tmt ooa vp-thei- r to-da- y chng to prlaelp! NORTHERN AND EASTERM CITIES. M THREEDyTRA1N& DAILY tUsUae,tEklag SU2EC0B5E0TI0S8 AND QTJICOitiaCE aj) 1 w . yr j let-to- n, H r a tpjkI'x1 Ac, or write ee cvunvto xrmr u.1 Jnm coxsjromvzr. homMtitht oftM JMt LeMtaTHU iTVtf. 8 knliunAnTS recolre special low () U ratet. ArtcU of t tiU Cestmnr tar ti r". 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