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BlliXS, oa Btroot, next door to City Hall. QEOROE "WARREN, Editor. wspjiper injgotstcrn Iieiitiielcy. mmLr PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. ESTABLISH Ml) IS59. LIFE IN CONGO. FULTON COUNTY, KENTU0jr, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER A FATAL SCOURGE. 1'h.Yhk-I.ius " I3Sr"7"T.I.A.TI01KrS. VOL. ANOTHER SNAKE STORY. XXi4B. is. ETC. ETC. o atiTi ahij bxixi tj aro apt to regard others in tho saine plight. They cau understand harmony no more than they do Ueform. A notable ovidonco of this is shown by their ovoning organ in this city, which appears to be in a hopuless condition of mental imbecility and incapable of interpreting tho utterances of intelligent journals. Albany Argus. Civil-Sorr-i- co A CELEBKATED Army Famo. CASE. m ? fex Impossible for White Men to XA There. No Iteittetly Discovered rail ThiaOno is Vtntchod for as Being Victims S.ul Scenes. Washington, September 4 The Amy Truo. and Navy Ittffister will PARiERsnUuo, W. Va., September 3. print the following, which is moro emphatic in An alarming and disease, A KejitlJeTvo Veet I.onjr Ha Keen Liiluff regard to tho impossibility of white men Of a character unknown to the local physiliving on the Congo than anything yet re- cians, ias broken out in Clay Couuty, this in :i Child's Stomucli. eved: "Several letters havo recently State. t Tho greatest fatality is geographibeen received in this city from Lieutenant cally narked thus far by a hue drawn from YLvrikosd City, Ind., September C E. II. Taunt, U. S. Navy, relative to his the head of Sycamore Creek across to the Xillie SI. Ilahn, seven years of age, living journey in the Congo regions." One dated Elk, Indoblng the south uerttrn part of tho threo miles south of this city, com meliced May 17, from Viri Station, River Congo, county! Sycamore Creek Is a small etreaiu complaining of a pain in tho elomnch over says: "Hi re I am, 110 miles up tho Congo running between stoop hills from six hunthree months ago. She gradually became and making rav arrangements to go as dred tl,n thousand feet high, inclosing a NVorso until, during a paroxysm of sufferfar as possible, I have the cheerful pros- narroVr valloy of great richness but sparseing, shq was threatened with convulsions. pect of a march of 210 miles on foot to ly sotted, owing to the fact that the land She often described her sensations ns that Stanley Pool over some of the worst moun- Is principally owned in large bodies by tains I mv something was alivo in her stomach, and North. ever saw.Avtar ago I was onto way foreign parties. There aro about sixty I think fiom Cape Sabine the insaid she could feel it move. She waslmod-Icute- d terior of Africa is enough for ctno man in a families on tho creek nnd it tributaries much "of the time, and often .worm year's time, but I have ceased growling neady all of whom are poor farmers or nnd take, thing- as they com?. I proposo woodmen. They reside in medicine wr.s admiuisterel, tho idea small log huts or Umt it was stomach worms that to find out all thero is about the Congo, to hoases of ono or two rooms, seldom more, that no other rocr devil of a naval officer and are tho possessors of verv few of tho caused her suffering. became She n emaciated weak and almost bloodlcs3, will hove to be sent to the comforts of none of its luxuries. bole. The dav her appetite was depraved, and she took wero sent down 1 aVrived hero thrA men Among this life and but houest nnd hosprimit'vi the river vry ill. dhe here pitable little nourishment, ereent nf a. lluid nature. '" aW"8B"f P'nidnJjyVni11"1' s in n ovinir condition. was troubled with creat often i, iltKjsw urs: .u,.u"" out, sweeping away ww., nil i s lu iiiL!iiwaiiit:iiii. . . irn ni'n r ini fully . of the people. From th'a J?a .!.,.. Kverv mail brings w oicu she would be relieved for an hour or was taken received tho disease is unmore. Duriue the last week she complain- news of sickness and denth from Uo Coun pest accounts physicians. In a number of known to the ed of pain ia her bowels, and her sufferings try. A casual Inquiry of lliiue developed instances a of fanvly has been grave nt times became almost unbearable. She the fact that thev havo filled one anyone taken down member andabeforo a physician with it, was confined to her bed. and her friends yard nnd opened another. Should could be reached, geneially living ata disthought dissolution would soon end her remark about this being a picnic (I believo tance, the unfortunate would agony. On Friday morning last she they think most expeditious are) I would torment nnd die in victim oik- to suffer from expelled from the bowels an objoct refer them to Mr. Tisdel, who has gono hours: and before the physician wouldthreo arover two feet in length, and at North ill, nnd then thev micht come and rive down A once exclaimed to her parents: "I am take a look at the Viri graveyards." Le- with others of the family would be memit. In several Instances while a better now; on, I feel so good!" Micro- subsequent letter, dated Juno 5i, from ber of a family' was another scopic Observations developed the fact opold ville. Stanley Pool, savs: "I arrived would be heard crving dying moaning that the object discharged from tho bowels here June 7, having marched 226 miles over with deadliest pain," onlyand join tho of tho little sufferer was a species of water-snak- some Of the worst hills I ever saw long host within n few hours to minutes. or who started It is and it is now In the possession of in mv life. The white man ill described as having similar fever taken a roporter, and has been Mnce Friday with'me from Viri was N'Gombe, with miles to cholera, excepting ansymptoms hemorInternal 120 noon, and, what is mor startling, it is alivo at the station called rhage which immediately preceded death. from Viri. Here another fellow took mo The fatality became so and quite active. It is kept in great that there i a stopped bottle. When tho water is in hand, but was taken down with fever w ere scarcely enough jitrsons hold chilled it becomes torpid, and when sub- after a two days' march. A third tookleave left to care for the sick. Being contagious, jected to heat it soon becomes active. and landed me safely in this place. I from fear, no doubt, kept man away. O o Under tho microscope it has been seen to July 1 for Stanley Vails, l,3o0 miles physician is reported to have been taken protrude hs ton?ue, which resembles the tho sea. nud the head of the navigation for with the disease while attending patients, thing point of a fine needle. It is perfectly round, tho Upper Congo. I want to do tho and, to have sucrumbd in two hours. It is smooth and uiuirrra In mzo throughout tip properly, and if I succeed, Iin will' particularly fatal amoug the children. A the family its entire longth.N Now, after sixty be the first while man not named Collins lost two children, hours havo elapse I since it was dis- employ of the Congo Free States while ono Phelps or Phillips lost charged, it Is apparently as lively as at that has reached that far; in fact, only six three out ofnatuedlittle ones; Mr. McGraw, of those have been to the Falls. I rather one; Mr. four rnrsit is rapfdiy recovering, and Morton, two; Mr. Walker, experiences none pf the sensations that enjoyed roughing it from Viri up here, and one, and one Leezmore, Mr. me. troubled it prior to being relieved of its camp life seemed to argree with flesh, of the County Commissioners, ono terrible tormentc-- . Hundreds of persons I have lost considerable of my extra is a child and grown" daughter, all In forty-eighavo seen the vufitile and witnessed its tho effect of this solid march. This live hours. Many others, to the number beastly country. men gyratory movements in wonder and here, and for my Whitecan seecan not to of twenty-sevewere taken w 1th this nothing part I amazement. It has none of tho characterfour draw them here, especially into tho inte- days. malady and died within three or ouly istics of a or any other form.of rior. Stanley Pool is certainly the best This'is reported as happening entozoic life descriliod by authors. The post I havo struck thus fur, and that is bad on one creek, while a number of fatalities child must have drank wnter of which it are being heard from at different points was aii inhabitant, and it gradually de- enough. I shall be heartily glad when 1 north aud south of Sycamore Creek. Owing n hole. I hope to the veloped and was dually discharged from can leave this secluded position of these people, to get away in September, but as I expect thQ,rtoinach and expelled by the bowels. difficulty to go up soma of the smaller rivers flow- and themedical in reaching them with aid ing into the Congo, I may be delayed un- proper probably and assistance, tho disease will prove more fatal than Murder and Lynching. til October. I am going up in tho launch otherwise would belouging to the American Baptist Mis- are a number of uave been tho case. Thero CnATTAXOOGA, Tenn., September 3. theories and conjectures it will Popo Mitcholl, an and now a sion, andmake thetake from eight to teD regarding It, many it to the water, weeks to round trip." which is believed to bo poisoned with streetcar driver, was murderod on his car the germs of the disease. Others believe It this afternoon by Chas. "Williams, a muA Ray of Hope for Mrs. Walkup. to be the cholera, but are no doubt mistaken latto, who tired four shots at him, hitting Kansas City. Mo., September i. A in their belief, as the symptoms do not jusUrn each time, awl killing him instantly. morning paper publishes an interview with tify that idea. In fact, the disease apAfter a long cboFO Williams was captured Dr.C. W. Scott, a specialist of this city,who pears to be of the same nature, to a great and taken to the jail, a large crowd follow- relates that early last winter a gentlemun extent, as that which devastated several localities in the lower end of the State last ing him with loud threats of hanging. alintroduced fall. It is stated that the scenes along this There aro very strong probabilities that derman of himself as Mr. Walkum, an Emjioria, Kansas, called upon creek during tho prevalence of the disease "Willfcuns will be lynched before morning, ns him for ad vic, saying that he had suffered beggared description. The moans aud nn InimensecTowd now surrounds the jail. for some timo from a cbronic disease shrieks of pain, the terror of those been had They are in earnest, nnd serions trouble is and himself yet by the fell disunstricken treating opt to result before morning. Threo for using arsenic, it, both and tho sad sight of the in ease, companies of militm. the Chattanooga solution and Pills. The visitor nniMnrpl funeral rites of the victims in the lonely Cadets. Chicainansa Cadets and Chatta- somewhat under tho influence of liquor, depths of the dark woods, where nooga Light Infantry, are on guard duty and after receiving some advice from the often there were scarci ly enough left to at the jail, and s thoy aro armed with doctor took his leave, and the latter has dig the shallow grave aud consign the treoch-loadetho chances for bloodshed not seen him since. He says, howevr, dead to their future home, the tears and Jn caso of an assault on the jail are very that he was visited yesterday by Mrs. cries of the friends and relatives of the sood. At mlduighi the situation is a very Walkup's attorney, and recognized Mr. dead, were so sod, so that it .grave one, and jKKsiMy the Knoxville hor- Wulkup's photograph amoug a dozen would bring tears to the eyes of any living ror will bo repeaccd.or innocent blood flow. others. This testi mony will probably be human being. Non of the physicians apLater Tho mob broke open the jail doors, used by tho defenco in tho trial of 3Irs. pear as yet to hav? discovered the nature and aro at work on tho cell door of the Walkup, who stands charged with the of the disease or to render anv aid in a single instance. murderer. The militia, failing to get murder of her husband. From Sycamore Creek tb orders from the Governor, haro been withdisease is reported to be rapidly drawn, and in a".l probability Williams will spreading in every dir ciou, aud if someCompulsory Vaccination. Kooh occur to thing does will be lynched in le-- s than an hour. Toronto, September 4. An order in depopulate uot outhwt stern stop it, it the t h? Smtbmbeu7,1:::1ja. m- .- The mob finally jortion of Iroko open tho door of No. 13, took the Council has been passed nuthorfciitig the comity. guilty wretch to thenpperlloorandbansed Provincial Board of Health to appoint inhim in tho hall. Then the crowd, satisfied spectors, with Useful Patent on Sewing wth its bloody work, dispersed. The and steamboatsjwwer to board all trains ,Washington, September Machines. coming 3. A patent negro was hunji to a rafter in tho jail In a Montreal, and to compel westward from to most methodical and systematic manner. produce certificates of all passengers bo has becu issued to Messrs. Jiencko & vaccination or He was taken from h s cell and carried upof Philadelphia, for an apparatus to stairs, when his 'iand3 and his fettwero se- vaccinated on tho spot. River, Mass., September 4. As a run sewing machines. The inventors have Fallof curely tied. A heavy rock was tied to his tho imall-po- x scare, over four succeeded in constructing nn apparatus feet, tho lynchers lifted him up and dropped result him, and ho strangled to death in three thousand children havo been vaccinated which is a reliable substitute for foot hereby aninutes. An hour before he shot .Mitchell present the City Physician during the power, and which does away with th'i week, and tne work is going on laborious uud fatiguing treadle. Williams had been ejected from tho car The for entering it, while drunk, in a boisterous at the rate of two hundred dnily. Besides motive power is ordinary clock springs arwhich 13 done at the city's expense, ranged so amanner, smoking in the nrasnnm of Indies this, to ruu the motor with any and when asked for his faro rofused to pay the doctors are vaccinating many people In speed desired by simply learing tho foot it. riu lonoweu mo car, and wnuo it was the courso of their private visits. on n ret. A few moments' winding up Waltine On a switch Khrt thn clrirer At. sufiices to store enough power in the motor Two Old Notes. midnight there was a fusilado at tho jad, to run a sewing machine all day. Tho and it is reported that a whito man and a Washington, September 4. Tho Union noislssness and smoothness of its worknegro wore shot, but no particulars can bo Planter's Bank, of Memphis, Tenn., sends ing and tho easy manner with which tho obtained. to the Treasury for redemption two old speed con bo regulated and controlled are peculiarly faded and torn jjTiO notes. The notes were invention. favorable features of this useful in Dakota. issued in February, 1S42, and their appearDeadwood, Dak., September C Tho ance justifies their nge. They are just Action of Good Templars unpleasant weather for the past two half the size of a of letter paper, being nearly square in form. Interest on weeks culminated in a Madison, Wis., September 3. The Wisyestheso notes can only be allowed for one consin Grand Lodge of Good Templars toterday. Tho thermometer has ranged year under tho law authorizing their issue. day adopted a resolution "that no Good from 50 to C0S, land more or less rain Templar should tak any part either in lias fallen daily. Tho outlook for grain is From Ja to Jail. for under tho gloomy in the extreme. of Philadelphia, September 4. When calling of thean eloction law or votingpronow liceuso on all crops are cat, and tho bulk is lving Frederick W Keech, alias Hooker, was re- visions tho price of license in the event an election on tho ground, heating and growing. Much Is held. Our order Is opposwl to all license, that is stacked is being destroyed even for leased from the Eastern Penitentiary this feed. Practically no threshing has been morning after having completed two terms high or low. We sympathize with every done yet, and it bogins to look as though ol four months each for Illegally using tho movement made in good faith to put an end there would bo nothing tohresh. Prices mails, he was again placed under arrest to tho liquor traffic. In this State tho order havo advanced materially, and few sales upon a requisition from the Governor of has looked upon the Prohibition party as aro mido at any price. Tho farmers are Illinois, and taken West this afternoon, such a movement, and to it does not hesicharged with having conspired to obtain tate to say 'God speed.' " greatly discouraged., S2.C0O from R. L. Gilbert, of ML. Carroll. A New Potato Bug. Would-b- e Suicide Horribly Mangled. A Chicago Paper Dealer Killed. Lyons, N. Y., September C Tho farmGeneva, III., September 3. Henry A. BiiATTLEBono, Vt., September 4. T. E. ers in this vicinity aro apprehensive of the Ferson, of St. Charles, who has for some loss ofitheir" potatolcropby.reos-oof a small, Brown, a Chicago paper dealer, was fatally days been In a despondent framo of mind, Injured last night a large shiny bug that has appearfd there. It revolving water-whe- by falling into Gough's nttempted to commit suicide yesterday by works its way Into hills of potatoes by go- paper mill. Mr. Brown at Cole & around placing his chin above the muzzle of a sliot-gu- n was can ied ing down tha stalks of the plants. Once for several minutes before the wheel could and then kicked the hammer with his lnslda,,hUl, lt attacks th potatoes by be stepped. Ho died of his injuries during foot. His had leaned back and the charge eating its way. and there" deposits eggs, tho night. carried away the front of the lower jaw, which aro hatched within the potato. part of the tongue, the entire nose and part of the cheek bones, leaving tho oyes all Killing Diseased Hogs. and plowing a hole .A Suicide. Chicago, September 3. Tho statement right through tho front of about two'incho wide his face. He stil Philadelphia., September 0. Oscar is published here that twenty one n lives, but will hardly recover. son of Leon Parry, tho hogs were cut down aad conW. H. Parry, formerly of Hartford, Conn., demned at tho stockyards last night, and Arrest for a Brutal Child Murder. committed sdiu.le this morning in his room that on Tuesday forty others were conLy shooting himself through tho head with demned in the same way. makingTsixty- Peoria, III., September 3. Charles a revolver, v. hit a ho obtained from a closet one in two days. I ho nogs had bean Fields, colored, was arrested hero y in the room, N,o cause can bo assigned for j shipped to the "city in a diseased condi-3- r for tho murder of his adopted tho deed. tion. son, at Kirkville, la., on the 20th of July . r last. The murder was a brutal and coldDecreased Cholera Record A Minister Hangs Himself, blooded one, a pick having been driven into t Kansas Citt.Mo.. September 6. A MADnin, September 4. There were 2,f00 the boy's left sida until the weapon puncTimes. Cherokee (Kas.) special soys: Rev. new cases of cholera and 7SS deatba from tured tho lung. The body was then tied up in sack. Fields Chas.Y, Price, a Presbytorian clergyman, the samo disease reported yesterday Heaclaims ho was does not denv the crime. drunk at tho time. of this place, bansred himself this morning. throughout Spain. J His mirv-- was thought to havo been unsetMarseilles, September 4. jEleven Threw Her Child Under a Locomotive. tled by the d ath of a brother and sister. deaths from cholera wero reported hn this Deccaied camo herefrom Plattsburg, Mo. city Buffalo, September 4. About noon today Mrs. Mary Miller killed her child by Lieutenant General Babington Killed. Last Officer of 18 2 Dead. I New York, September C Major Aaron London, September 3. J.ieutenaat Gen- throwing it under a Lehigh Valley Raileral John H. Melville Babington,- - of the way locomotive, aud then tried to commit Stafford, tho last surviviug officer of the British army, was killed, while suicide by throwing Ik rself under the train. wnr of 1312, died at his residencj in Water-villshooting grouse in the County of Dumfries. The child, about four vears old, was inOneida C unty. N. Y., stantly killed. Mrs. Miller's ann was hurt In tho ninety-nint- h year of bis age, having Scotland, by the accidental discharga of so that amputation will be necessary. It is his gun. retained his mental faculties to tho last. expected that she will recover. A Week's Failure. Largest Lake Cargo Ever Floated. English Order for Western Iron. New York, September 4. The Tho steam- failures throuchout the country business ' ElkRafids, Mien., September 3. The daring the er Wallulli cleared yebterJay for Buffalo last seven days, as reported to R G. Dun Elk Rapids Iron Company have received with 20,003 barrels ot flour from Minneapo- & Co., of the Mercantile Agency,- - number an order for four hundred tens of charcoal lis, tho largtst cargo yet floated on any of for the United States 146 and for Canada iron to be shipped to England, probably the great lakes. The cargo will 011160 nineteen, as against a total or ihh. k the first iron of Western manufacturing Qd 177 the week previous. freight cars. ever shipped froni this country. wide-spreadipre--vaili- Tho Armstrong Girl, of Salvation Trial of Mrs. Jarrett nnil I.Mltor Violence nt tbo Court-Hous- e. Stead-M- ob fever-ridde- i-.-" vj.c "r:r: .,:"xrxv.--3v"cuUi.PotmaiMti-cwirrfttfr.rifSti--.. on m ! ., - iT2Sr 111 two-third- - e, rain-wat- er able-lodi- ed Tbo-cbil- d ht n, ter-rlb- lo tape-wor- m fever-ridde- London, September 7. Mr. Stood, editor iWf Mall Gasftte; Mrs. Jarrett, llrainwell Booth, Mrs. Cooiiibe, Mr. Jacques and Mad. Maury, thedofondauts in tho abduction case, nppoared in the Police Court in answer to tho charge against them. Mr. Stead conducted his own case, while counsel represented the other. The excitement in the! Court-rooand in tho Vicinity has seldom, If ever, been equaled. The police wero powerless to control the mob who had assembled to hear the proceedings. Members of the Salvation Army weronrrivinc all moniinij m Cuba, had were heot?l and Jostledyi 'tlffe" crowd'" on Into' way their tho court-rooIn the Court thero was a compact moss of people. A numbcrof reporters were present, also many members of the Salvation Army and quit a sprinkling of Mrs. Jarrett sat in the prisoners' dock. Mr. Staid and Bramwell Booth hnd seats in fronJ of tho dock. Mr. Poland, Solicitor for tfle Treasury, opened the caso for tho Crosn with a lone speech, in which he cavea description of how tho girl was obtained from her mother, the outrages to which she had subieoted after she was installed in Madam Maury's establishment, .and the she hnd received from the time shf left her mother until she was recovered and taken home. Mr3. Jarrett, during Mr. Poland's statement sat with a calm demeanor, her eyes closet! and her bead nodding, closelv resembling Charles Dickens' "Sallv Brass" in the "Old Curiosity Shop." Mr. Stead appeared unconcerned, smiling occasionally nnd at times denying Mr. Poland's allegations. At tho conclusion of hl address to the Court, Mr. Poland demand- d the committal of all the defendants for trial. Tho child EVr. Armstrong was placed on tho identified Mrs. Jarrett as the woman who had secured her from her mother on the plea of needing her assistance to do housework. Th. girl theu gave in detail all tho circumstances Eliza connected with her abduction. Aimstrong further testified that at the rrn'iml examination, immediately aftr she was decoyed from home, tho physician her innocence despite her screams, and that afterward she was dispatched to France to prevent tho police getting possession of her for her mother. She wrote several letters home, but tho members of the Salvation Army, who had charge of her, suppressed them. This ended the girl's testimony for tho day. The defendants indicated that they would contest tho accuracy of many of the girl's statements. The Court then adjourned until Tho defendants were all released on bail. Mr. Stead and Mrs. Jarrett were hissed by tho crowd as they were leaving the Court. Tho mob at tho doors of tho Court tried to overturn General Booth's carriage and molested other members of tho Salvation Army. Eliza Armstrong was che red. of the Bow-stre- et to-da- y m brothel-keeper- s. lfn The Avaont Greatly U1 o,ooo. Lcss tha" NKWrark, September 3. "Tho cost of General'raut's funeral has been greatly overestimated," General Perry said in his office orUjovernor's Island on Tuesday. "I havo said that the totol amount will ii$0p0, vhlle 1 am told that even 5100,oqis been guessed at Tho bill for the internment's share in the expenses, has beflnt to me and by mo forwarded to WoshuHC This bill does not includo the coBtransportation of tho bodv from Mt. MHor to New York, together with the train and tho passengers. bcsitle:He pilot engine which was ahead K, tho funeral train. That was a lBot from tho railroad company. NcitheHpUhc bill Include the cost of keepinqHbcdy in state in City Hall in New VHBirh Albany. Tho cost of all the IvMKtoto inNcw York .i Qlty..? ... ' r; iBjipno municipal! Wtflfamount ivillbeS . J.W." '"1MI .a m " ... iesHian ,?tj,uuv. l no largest item in uio bid is S5.000 for carriage hire. When it is .remembered that New York, Jersey City and Brooklyn wero called on to contribute carriages at tho usual rates for carriage hire this amount will not be considered large. The bill is itemized. It is not believed," added General Perry, "that the bill will bo questioned or changed at Washington, because it seems a reasonable charge. But do not report my words in no way of commenting or criticising the bill." It is learned on good authority that undertaker Merritt, who had charge of the obsequies of the late General Grant, has at last completed his bill for tho funeral. Tho totrd expense is placed at S14, 102.75. C2F GRANT'S FUNERAL. lrrfU THE COMMONWEALTH. Tobarro Jlnrlirt. tulvllle Burley tobaccos have had a fair general demand, but thero has been no especial urgency, and in certain grades, common lugs, good lugs and common leaf, price3 aro about 25c lower, while other grades aro steady. The demand for low grade export Burloys has been fair. Good and fine leaf ia without quotable variations. Crop advices from many counties havoljeen unsatisfactory. In addition to tho now chronic complaints from tho Burley districts eostof Louisville, thero have been mora unfavorable reports from Breckinridge, Daviess, Union and McLean, from portions of tho IJenrt County section, nnd from tho Clarks-vill- e district. Tho tobacco section of Ten nessee Is also suuTering from droutu. A seasonable September would go a great way toward redeeming the crop, but at presont Its condition presents marked irregularities, and. a moderate yield Ia Indl- Saif&. .WalffiiotoiaStKtQba ,lowsTforfullv?efgut,'packngear nurfeif. Dark ntul Hetivj. $3 758 4 0U $ 3 75ft 4 Trash 4 7fW& 5 4 liva 4 75 Common iurs .. 5 fOft 5 25 5 .'Aft 0 Medium lugs G C 2.7 lugs . 5 .Wi B 00 700 7 Common leaf .. . . 6 '.VTH 7 W 'J 003.11 7 50?t 9 00 . Medium leaf. 13 OftftlO 0 2TV&10 GO Good leaf . . . . U) 10 50222 l'ancy leaf . 13 ooitn 50 00 00 73 &G tirr fuH, iwvjtu ". -- WON THE SOUTHERN HEART. The Repressions ofKespeet and Sorrow Over Grant's Death TJut Come from the South. it" The expressions .qfJespect and sorrow over tho doathTsf Grant that come from tho South aro genuine anduniversaL Wo could fill our columns over and over again with thorn. Thoyare not as pretentious and profuse 'asf tho similar expressions exhibited irUhe North first South, with because tho pcoplo all their firo aud pasj'Oare not given to the elaborate arid tEjatrical exhibitions of feeling whichjprevail in tho North; and, second, beeauso in ono section Grant is gratcfuUyjrecognized as a delivoror, and in tho ther as a conqueror, lu tho Uorth'Ao people owo him everything; in thoKputh tho poo pio owo mm noioing,- it. nonMirmi UU Ltll'tulUI tholr 8tronhokk;'hoHioto and dc-- ofc - 60 00 00 TEXAS' DEPLETED TREASURY. - witness-stpndan- d it Is It ml Policy to Arcamulatn Funds by Selling I'ubllo Lands or KaUInr; Taxes Unueceannrlly. Austin, September 3. Governor Ireland in an interview on Tuesday last touching Governor Ireland Pays the lamentably depleted condition of tho In his opinion It State Treasury said that was bad policy to accumulate funds in tho Treasury either by selling public lands or rs heart-rendin- g, Mc-Ke- e, -- - Snow-Stor- m half-she- et snow-stor- m m .i I Four-fifth- s! by raising taxes unnecessarily, as long as necessary expenses are met, even though this policy resulted in a small annual deficit. The Governor thought it was better than borrowing largo sums which might otherwise remain In circulation. This declaration from the Gocmot of Texas, who Is also chairman of the State Land Board, is important to Northern capitalists seeking investments in Texas lands, as it Indicates the policy of tho administration for the next two years In withholding from sale many million acres of aluable lands. The Governor did not say whether lie believed it was bad policy or good in the Land Board to allow S2,000,000 in taxes to escape collection from tho foreign cattle barons, as is openly charged by the press of tho State. At its meeting Tuesday the Land Boaid ratified the lease of nearly 500,000 acres of grazing lands in Greer County. This Is the Three Children Shot. county claimed by the United States GovMilwaukee, Wis., September 7. Jos. ernment, and tho action is regarded by Jarvek, a saloonkeeper, is under arrest for many as an usurpation on the part of Texas, as line. shooting threo children. Jarvek' purchased pending a decision wasto tho boundary treaspaid Into tho Over 20,000 cash a gun on Friday and loaned it to a neighury by the Ijay Land and Cattle Company bor to go hunting. Itwas returned Sunday and other lessees as the first year's rental afternoon the man being unable to dis- for these Greer County lands. charge it. Jarvek took the gun into the lwck yard and when fifteen feet from the discharged it, intending he savs, CHOLERA INFECTED RAISINS. that tho shot should enter tho ground. Tin A Scheme to Introduce Them Into thU cartridge pussed through the high board Country From Maliicn Health Ofllcers fence and exploded as threo children were passiif. One of them, Frances Kares-d- o at New York Ctiurged with Gros- Negligence. ski, fifteen months old, occupied a Iwhy carriage, u hich was wheeled by Frank, San Francisco, Septombcr 3. Conher brother. Frank received nearly twenty shot in tho chest, ab- siderable excitement has been caused among domen, shoulder and head, and the baby Importers of groceries of tills city by stateseveral shot in her head. The doctors ments tending to show the existence of a have little hops for their recovery. A twelve-year-onirl was also shot fn the schemo to Introduce cholera Infected raisins arm. Jarvek concealed himself in his Into tho United States. was only saved from the hou'e, It appears that one of the leading houses threatened ylolwico of the mob by tho arrival nf the police, who placed him under in the trade on the Pacific coast 'ias advices from its agent in New York stating that ono arrest. of the largest buyers of imported raisin3 lias just received a dispatch from Malaga, statPoisoning Sensation. ing that the product this year is very largo Champaign, III., September 7. An aland of excellent quality, and that the presleged jKJisonmg caso creates great excite- ence of cholera will not act as an Impediment at Su Joseph, near here. It occurrl ment to shipments to the United States. in the family of Hirnm Peabody, a reThis is accompanied by a letter of Win. spected nnd wealthy citizen. Mrs. Poa-bod- Smith, health officer at New York, to tho Mr. Penbo ly and Miss Bello Hasty firm of importers in which he says that all died verv suddenly, at intervals of two fruits gathered in infected districts, but weeks, with a liseaso which was called packed and shipped from neuralgia of the stomach. Silas Peabody, points will not on that account subject a Tills refers to whom Miss Hasty was formorly engaged, vessel to deby at quarantine. was taken violently ill. but recovered. It directly to imports of raisins from Malaga is nlleged that Miss Hasty bought a packand Denia. age of "Rnugh on Rats" just beforo tho ReferrinR to theso statements, prominent first death, and that a package of this men In the fruit trade and experienced poison was found pinned to an undergaris great danger of ment of Miss Hasty, taken off just beforo packers declare that there cholera she died. The community is greatly Ex- tho Introduction of districts; microbes in that packed raisins from infected cited over tho theory that Miss Hasty poisoned young Peabody'a parents because fruit easily absorbs microbes and retains they opposed her marriage to him, and them for a great length of time. later determined to kill herself and her Tho New York health ofllcers aro charged lover. Miss nnsty bore a good reputation. with gross neglect of duty in opening tha way for the terrible disease into thl A $10,000 Burglary. country. -- -w m '(" - Bevon-year-o- ld ld lit y. non-infect- n el an entranco into tho building, carried the Kafe to the beach and blew it open.-- . The thieves obtained $10,000 in cash and valuable jewelry. Some papers and ?100 were found on tho beach this morning near where the safe was blown open. The burglars also entered the Hotel Standisb, broke into the wine cellar, and helped themselves. Wisconsin's Population. Madison, Wis., September 7. Tho State census is now complete, and the total population of Wisconsin Is shown to be 1,503,-Ka gain over 1SS0 of twenty ono per cent. Tho largest gains are in tho northern halt of the State, where there have been large opeuings of comparatively new country, duo in great measure to lumber interests. W -- One of tho boldest burglaries over perpetrated in this section occurred last night at tho Ocean View House. Tho thieves forced Nantasket Beach, Mass., September 7. Vassar's New President. The recently Bostox, September 3. elected president of Vassar College, Dr. Samuel White Duncan, was bom at Haverhill, Mass.. December 10, 1S39. On graduating at Brown University, in 1860, ho the philosophical oration. After a year's travel he entered the Newton Theological Seminary, but left there as soon as the wanbroke out. He raised a company two weeks and of volunteers in as Captain in began jactive service the Fiftieth Massachusetts Regiment After the cluso of the war he resumed his studies and graduated from the Rochester Theological seminary. He wa3 ordained as pastor of tbe Erie Avenue Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio, in 16G7, and has since been connected with churches in Cincinnati, and Rochester, N. Y. no has been called from Rochester to the Presidency of Vassar. Ills wide" experience with people leads tho friends of Vassar to hope that he will not only hold that college to its present high standard, but also will widen its curriculum and increase its endowment TwElve-Ycar-O- ld -- 'cholera-stricke- twelve-year-o- ld to-da- nine-year-o- ld Crooked Postmasters. 7. Thomas Hughes, Postmaster at Albuquerque, N. M., and Assistant Postmaster Clark, have been arrested, a shortage of 1,200 having been discovered in tho accounts of the office. Washington, September Georgia's 'New Capitol. to-da- y. m i. to-da- y, e, to-da- y. m m DuLUTn,Mi.-:x.,Scptember- ' Peteb830P.o, Oxt., September Wagon Load of Dynamite Explodes. 4. A Tweed. wagon load of dynamite exploded near L&kcfle!d this morning. Two men named Morton and Simmons and a team of horses were blown to pieces. The shock was felt for miles around, and it was thought for some timo that it was an earthquake. Both of the victims belong to the village of ,. A Great Gas Weil. September ffc John Lohrum, a wealthy farmer of Daquesne Jamestown, N. Y., September a The Heights, near this city, hanged himself to a tree this morning because his nephew drilling on tho great gas well at Mayville, accused him of swindling his sister out of Chautauqua County, was completed last some property. night, at a depth of 1,819 feet. Tho well A Too Pittsburgh, Pa., Sensitive Farmer. t 3. Ten thousand the ceremonies attending Tho new paddlo wheel built at Bos- the laying of the comer stone of the proton for tho steamer Empiro State con- posed new Capitol here yesterday. The tains 444 Dieces of white oak, measur- weather was beautiful and the city was filled ing 5.G40 feet and weighing 28,500 with strangers from all parts of tho State. pounds. Of bolts, straps and other The Legislature attended Inn body. The wrought iron fastenings tnore aro 5,012 ceremonies wero very imposing and embraced pieces, weighing a total of 11,912 carried an elaborate programme which was out In every detail. General A. R. pounds. Lawtca, 0f Savannah, the orator of the day, delivered an admirable and patriotic A pawnbroker at Savannah, Ga., dress. The procession was a mile long adand advanced two dollars on his own clock altogether the occasion was a gala day for to a negro thief, assur- Atlanta. Robert Toombs was and cruet-staning him that it was about as much as In the city, but too feeble to attend and witthe things wero worth, anvway, and ness tha ceremonies. the thief, being arrested, told tho story. people witnessed d or Atlanta, September Killed by Lightning. - Hi "9 Earthquake. Toronto, O.vr.. September 4. A rather wvere shock of earthquake was felt at tho liases of Canipl'vUford, Hastings aud Norwood, east ot nn about 0:40 o'clock this morulag. Windows uud doom were i -- - r tmAti aftJ.tM Wwalk rest u XUU struck a barn about three mllj north ol here, where some fanners were ?aeed in threshing, killing a man named Reo' Islan, jr., aged twenty-threand a bar. Melrin Young, aged sixteen. 4 Samuel Tappan. a wealthy lilor deaUr of Trov. Nw York. vatrtJ? S. m e, -- Olean.N. Y., September A facetious mob out West, who Indian to tho pulled a top of a telegraph-pol- e h$ a rope around his neck and loft him there, hung a cird on his hut bearing thesJ words: "High, was plugged and the pressure tested, when tho poor Indian.1 Merchant Travtltr it was found to guage 130 pounds. horse-stealing 9 War Claim Allowed, Comptroller of the Treasury has allowed the claim of Mrs. Catherine Lewis for rent and damages to property near Annapolis. Md., used and occupied by troops under Gonral SutWr during tha civil wax. Washington, September 3. Tho second Klth.V0fc fat. tv-.. , ...--- ct' VWM ", "" According to nn eminent Southern authority on barbecues, it takes ten hours to roast a whole ox to perfection. The tin mines in Virginia are reported to lu richer tbun thoso of Corn-wal- L special from Oshkosh says: At six o'clock Wednesday morning a boat containing tweIvCirls, while crossing the river, was upset by a swell from a steamboat and Lena MahWoahnnna MacStahU, Augusta Weis and ni:na Bauer, aged twelve to nineteen, were 4iow ied. Phil Berry and Louis Bres-il-c. Vho wei o In the boat were also drowned. Thelitis wero employed In a match factory nd were rrossing the river to their work. There is ntensi excitement over the unfortunate tffair, and tho crowd threatens to the man who opened the bridge to let the boat iaj.9. The accident occurred in Six Persons Drowned. Milwaukee, Wis., September 3. A. W W54dIooI thsriyg. ness and modesty with which he received the surrender of Lee's army, and, after feeding them from his owu commissariat, dismissed them to their homo with all their property but their gun3. It is this truo valor, none tho less chivalrous and genuino for being undemonstrative, that, won tho Southern heart, and that now, twenty years after their bitter defeat ovokes from the Southern people warm and sinccro exdoor. pressions of admiration for tho man AT Oakland, Marshall County, a drugwho indicted it None knew better, gist sold a bottle of morphine for quinine because none felt sharper the indefento L. Reily, who took an ovordose, from sible blunders of Grant's civil adminithe effects of which ho died next day. strationhis dispersion of tho Legisla The axo factory of W.C. Kelly.at Louistures of Georgia and Louisiana and his ville, was destroyed by fire. forced subjection of tho people of those Floyd Williams was hanged at Comp-to- and other Southern States to a detested and negroes. Ky., for tho murder of Peto Stricklin, rule of But all this is forgotten pardoned to in Juno, ISM. thoughtful generosity with Fire destroyed the cask factory of thekept his sword out of sight in which ho their Schwartzwalder & Son, Louisviilo. hour ol defeat and gave them the hand The young ladies of a Pembroke school of a countryman. "It is as the great havo organized a base boll club and are soldier," savs tho Atlanta Constitu open to engagements. tion "brave, simple, generous and W. A. Wickliffe, of Fulton, has been magnanimous, that he will bo best appointed Deputy United States Marshal, remembered. It is as tho soldier. with headquarters at Paducah even thougii his sword struck down her Wm. BeaSOM has been given two years cause, tho South loves to remember in tho Penitentiary from Union County for him. As the conqueror of Lee, refusing to take tho sword of that great a murder committed two years ago. The Owensboro and Nashville road is to leader, whoso heart broke when ho sur havo new rails upon the entire track be- rendered his army; as the thoughtful victor feeding his starving enwnies tween the former place and Livernioro. from his own wagons; as tho high The Adair County Agricultural Society man of honor, demanding tiie is a prosperous association. I? has just minded integrity of his parole at tho hands of declared an annual dividend ofL42jier cent. the vindrctiYc&tiorGtArjjOf. WarjasthOj The Central City Argus is responsible for uauntiess man, stauuing aiono. Dtit tho story of a blind shepherd dog which dcterminod, between the helpless South drives up his master's cows as well as any nnd tho angry North 62 hold, as ho man. ifoservcd, in all ids trials the deepest The old town of Scottvillo is rojuvenatod rrnd fullest sympathy of ill our people. by tho appearance of n railroad, and reWhen his Ufo went out Ja great name ports that all classes of business are havpassed into history, and a great heart ing a boom. was stilled forever." Surely, tho North andjtho South aro At Nicholasville, tho jury in the caso of Pratt O'Neal, charged with stealing monoy ono country and one people when they from T. W. Coolidge, C. S. R. R. Agent, can meet at tho samo tomb and pay a common tribute to thoamo departed brought in n verdist of acquittal. Lindset Bcckter walked up behind A. patriot S. Louis Republican. -Lagmius Snyder, at Loretta, and killed POLICY. shotgun without warning. No THE PRESIDENT hun with a known provocation existed. Buckler esRepublican Organs StUl Falsely Declaring caped. That Mr. Cleveland IjOpposed by UU , Party. The old Holllday house, in Nicholas County, burned with all its contents, tho The Republican organs are still grindoccupants, Mr. W. J. Collier and family, ing out the old tunc that the Democartic barely escaping with their lives. Loss party is torn by dissensions, and that $1,500. ' tho opposition to President Cleveland is Messrs. ArrLETON, Lancaster & Duff gaining strength daily.. Because a few cases of dry goods had thirty-eighave been about $10,000 worth on tho way from tha professional East to their new store in Georgetown, do- - . disappointed, aud the Administration giroyeu oy nro on uiu usujicuhu anu has ignored all applications and claims Ohio Railroad. to place except on tho ground of fitness Major William Kinney has presented and good record, the great body of tho to the Polytechnic Library a curiously Democracy is represented as incensed carved pipe that was picked up in tho field, and watctiing an opportunity to express where was fought the last battlo with tho Its dissatisfaction. The absurdity of Indians in Kentucky. Tho pipo is about a this theory is so evident that it would bowl is made of not foot in length nnd tbo require any refutation beyond a stone, carved into the exact shape of a simple donial.werc it not that it is urged beaver's body. When tho Major went to so persistently and clamorously by tho the mountains as prosecuting attorney in Republican press. It is true thero havo Judge Jackson's court, ho stopped at been critics of tho President's policy in Whitesburgh, the county seat of Letcher. the ranks of his own party, but they aro During hi3 stay thero the postmaster pre- men who sought to control his action sented him with tho pipe. One of the in- in regard to appointments, and to set habitants of Whitesburgh found tho pipe themselves up aa autocratic advisers. on the side of a small mountain near Louisiana, is one Sonator Eustis, Whitesburgh. On this spot, nearly a hun- of thoso men, but of childish carping his dred years ago, the Indians fought their at the Administration has only excited last battle for the possession of the "Dark the disgust of his in and Bloody Ground." The red men had altho Pelican State and has brought out most disappeared from this State, and it numerous declarations of confidence was supposed that nothing more would be and admiration regarding the course of seen of them, when suddenly a small band, tho President Tho disgruntled Sonator led by n man namtd Binz, made a raid, tinds hnnsolf very lonely in. his opposikilling and wounding a number of people. tion. His theory is that a party can On the side of the monntain near Wbites- - not bo held together without spoils and burgh they were mot by a party of whites, that the President's scrupulous ad d and a combat ensued.. The herence to tho principles of Civil-ScrIndians were finally ropulsed, with a los3 ico retorm is "ireacnerons conduct of several of their number, but the others towards the party ho claims to reprefled with such rapidity that they were never sent" Considering that the President, seen or heard of in Kentucky again. That ever since he entered public life, has was the last battle fought by tho Indians in been the unflinching enemy of the this State. Courier Journal. 9 spoils system and has placed tho In tho United States Court at Louisville, interests of the peoplo above the s, s, Speed Steel, Richard Gross, Morris claims of political it is Abe Shepherd, Con Madden, Joe Min-todifficult to see in what respect his conWm. Smith and Ben Dalton pleaded duct can be termed treacherous." He guilty of being moonshiners, and were fined has won golden opinious everywhere by $100, with from thirty to sixty "days' imhis honest, straightforward doaling, and prisonment soma of the most flattering indorse ments havo come from Senator Eustis' John Hunt, a young man about twenty four years of ago, committed suicide by own State. The blindness of the Republican hanging himself in his father's barn, about of Owingsville, tho organs prevents them from recognizing four miles north-eaother night, where he was found early next the harmony which exists between the morning suspended to a rafter fey a rope Democracy and tho Administration. In securely tied in a hard knot around his this State, for instance, it is alloged that dissatisfacneck. A love affair is tho only cause there exists widespread tion among not only tho leaders, but known for the rash act The Directors of tho Covington and even among the rank and file of the Newport bridge have decided to go on with party, because, as is said, the Govthe business of erecting the new bridge ernment is run on strict business princiwithout waiting for tho City Council of ples. Such an insult to the intelligence either Covington jpr Newport to take any and honesty of the Stato Democracy will receive a fitting rebuke at the conaction in the premises. A permanent graded school is to be vention and at the polls. The peculiar established fn Greenville by a consolida- fitness of the selections for office, made tion cf the two school districts of the town. by the Administration, ba3 not only daughter of Spot H. given satisfaction to his own party, but The Houseworth, near Newcastle, had her has compelled words of praise from his right hand caught in the cogs of a cider-mi- ll political opponents. Tho personal moand terribly lacerated and mashed. tives which inspired hostile criticism The hand could not be released from the have no weightwith the great Demovise until tho mill was taken apart, which cratic party. Theefforta 0 a feVy disappointed, would-b- e dictators can havo minutes. required forty-fiv- e no effect upon the loyal organization TnE Hebrew Ladies' Auxiliary Society to it? principles through has been incorporated in Henderson. The which stoodyears of oxilo from office, twenty-fou- r objects of the association are to erect and and constantly denounced tho corrupmaintain a seminary for the religious intion which its leader is now rooting out struction of tho Hebrew children of Henof the Government The Republicans, derson and a houso of worship for the in their demoralization and factions, citizens- n, .Mltrellnurou Iloiuw of mineral water, very similar to that of Blue Lick, has been discovered in the suburbs of Hawesville. Flux of tho most virulent type is epidemic on the Big Reedy and Bear Creek in Butler County. Whole families are stricken down and somo of the best citizens havo fallen victims to the disease. It is attended with a low type of malignant fever. "Uncle Jack" Moore died at Sulphur Wells, Metcalfe County, the otner day, years. Ho was one of aged seventy-tw- o tho most popular and prominent citizens of Green, and, with the exception of ono term, had been jailer of that county for forty years. Joseph Heim, a Louisville shoo merchant, is missing. He went by tho back A strong spring powerTbumbleci theitpridefand reduced thorn to sabniission. But ft, tho mo ment of his triumph and thc)r, defeat he wa simple, unostentatious and Ho made no dramatio magnmimous. UourUh of his sword over thoir vanquished heads to signalize his strength and to embitter their humiliation. Ho churned no semblauco of a Roman triumph with a procession of his conquered victims following his chariot wheels. Ho nover poed beforo the world as a conquuror. On the contrary, he studiously avoided every appearance of boasting. It was utterly repugnant to him. Nothing could bo more con- royea :helrjrmidS2JjB;broko thoir ciliatory than tho undramatic gentle- AGAINST CLASS LEGISLATION. The Democracy In Favor of Throttling KxcIuMvo I'ubllo 1'rlvlleKP. Tho Democracy has always been tho protector, and tho only protector, of tho pcoplo against monopolies and all such foos, so constant and insidious. Tho Republicans, conspicuous for so much that i bad. arc marked throughout their career for fostering monopolios of every species .,of rail- rnmlL. oy "umonso rrmintj tit tno pco- oi r"aii: Juoa ,ia,m an" nwiieyi OI norucrs, oy connivance at mimenso seizures by them of the peoples' land; of manufacturers, by exorbitant tariff for their special benefit; of Govcrment ship building, by g.vmg all contracts therefor to John Roach, olo. Tho Democracy has been reinstated In power but a few months, and ynt seo how ranidly progresses the removal of these intolerable grievances so long heaped upon tho people by tho Republicans, while proclaiming" devotion to tho peoples' interest It took a Democrat to throttle that dangerous monopoly, the United State Bank; it takes a Democrat to throttlo these dangerous monopolies fixed on tho people uy the Republicans. Throttlo them all, t'ao Democracy must and ". 'd wliL carpot-bacjic- rs Such resolute bearding of audacious and gigantic monopolists as recently exemplified by our Democratic President would be worthy of Old Hickory himself. It is a splendid exhibition of courageous fidelity to tho people, and will live in history side by side with that which made Old Hickory so famous for moral as well as military courage. If the people should desire no other benefit from Democratic Administration than this throttling of Republican monopolies, it would bo enough; would justify their confidence in restoring Democratic ascendancy and their to maintain it But this benefit is only the initial of good to bo wrought by the Democracy. Indiana Slate Sentinel. RIGHT. IIow Meade, of MUtimlppI, Tried to Mako It Unpleasant. When the President discovered that his Administration had been deceived into appointing to a postroffica in Mississippi a person by tho name of Meado who had been unpleasantly connected with an election irregularity involving bloodshed, he promptly ordered his nomination to bo revoked. This has been the President's custom upon discovering that bad men had secured appointments by deception. Meade, it is said, was greatly incensed and threatened to do dreadful thing3 SERVED ABOUT toward thosan controlIinn,thti,appoiiit ing power. In tho first place ho woulcl show his strength with the pcoplo by being elected to tho btatc Legislature, and from such a point of vantago he would then proceed to ! out his direful intentions. Backed constituency disapby a large proving tho trcatmont he had received from the Administration, ho would make things hot for thoso in He accordingly power at Washington. announced himself a.? a candidate for the Legislature, confidently expecting a nomination almost if not quite unanimous. cany ht I office-seeke- rs But When the day of nomination arrived thero was no irrepressible desire on the part of the peoplo to select Meade for their legislative representative. There was no popular indignation at tho way ho had been treated by tho Administration. Indeed it seemed to bo tho general impression that ho had been served about right for his opponent got a largo majority of the votes, and he was badly left Meado is now a hopeless wreck upon tho sea of Mis sissippi politics. Uarrisburg (Pa.) l'a triot. m h 1 1 r THE TRUE EXPLANATION. A Republican Motlcl Which Was Cloaely rollowcil. To j The Maine case of a man appointed postmaster while in jail for default as assistant in tho same office has boon rolling for some timo as a sweet morsel tinder tho tongue of tho irrecon.-cilable-s, who havo ro'oiced in it as of Administration incapacity or -m ; fellow-Democra- ts hand-to-han- v- -- busi-it'3- V.Tat-kin- office-seeker- n, -- st jlundering. or worse. , It ha3 just transpired, however in the investigation to which tho case re- - ' ferrcd to has given rise that reap- -. pointment of proven defaulters was a very common affair under Republican " Adniin'stration. On the 28th of Janti-- ' nry last the postmaster of Onconta, New York, was reported to tho Dc- - tf partment as a defaulter by one of tho inspectors. Notwithstanding he was,-othe 28th of February, just a month , term! ' ' later, reappointed to afour-year- s ouo of the Ohio offices the post-- '' J In master was twice reported last year fot :. grave ueimquencies anu uis dismissal .. recommended; but the delinquent was continued in office. There aro others i still in office against whom defalcations ,., were reported years ago. The appropriate explanation on tho Republican model would be that tho Republican Administration was inca-pable or deliberately kept thoso thieves and rascals in office rather than expose them. But the true explana: e tion is said to be found in tho svstem which the Republicans have established in the Department Under this system reports of defalcation have , and delayed, and been pigeon-holenever reached the appointing power, or not until after tho defaulter was reappointed. The "irrecoucilables" will bo very ready to accept the explanations of the cases under Republican Administration; though they have scouted it in tho Maine caso under the present Administration, which stands substantially on the samo footing. Detroit Fjce' ' " Press. , n ( vj s red-tap- d five-year-o- ld Tho Scientific American contains a of a horse said to bo thq in the world. It is of a Bel- strongest gian breed, is about six feot high, and . , weighs 1,800 pounds. It is a clumsy-animal, with a small head, looking strongly suggesting that of a camel, , set upon an extremely thick neck, a round, compact body, "heavy shoulders and haunches, nnd thick legs, but not remarkably large hoofs, the latter being , fairly high and of good shape. wood-cu- t J m It took six Philadelphia policemen- t to get a drunken female cook to the station houso-- Sho had just advertised: ;3 " riace wanted, by a sober, swcctrteHff ' Jm - pored cook," Philadelphia Prlt. , 4 s v-v- . The Hickman Courier. GEORGE WAIffiEN, Publisher. JTALMAGE IN LONDON. "TJnap-predated - !' m It r-- Kldnev. to reward you becauso Ho gave you any spoils. Yondor thoy nro coming. I hear "Extending to tho end of my toes and to more? That would not be fair; that would tho bloating of the fat lambs and see my brain I HICKMAN. KENTDGXY. " Which made mo delirious not be right. These two hundred men of Jowels glint iu tho sun. It makes tho me "From agony Mil riio Old and Wounded Soldl ot DavId' tho text who tarried by tho brook Besor laugh to think how you will bo surprised " It took threo men to hold me on my bed ' did their wholo duty; thoy watched tho when thoy throw a chain of gold over your CURRENT TOPICS. Howard J0' Alone ;at times! baggage, thoy took caro of the stuff, and neck and tell you to go and dine with tho for Those Who Serve la Con"Tlio Doctors tried in valu to relievo mc, they got as much of tho spoils of victory King. I see you backing out because you spicuous l'hice This Is nn ojster month but to no purpose. as the mon who went to tho front. "As feel unworthy. The shining ones come up 3for7hii; and oQicr opiates! Iff Germany oysters aro unknown. his part is that goeth down to the battle, on one side, and the shining ones como up "HadnoefTectl preached re- so shall his part bo that tarrieth by tho on tho other Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage side, and thoy pusa yoa Buffalo has a business llrm named " After two nioutlis I was given up to cently in John Wesley's great church, stuff." -' Irish &, English. ' "; aud they push you up, and they 8tly! dioilll the "City Roads Chapel," in London. His There is high eucouragomont in this for " Hore "When my wife Lo.vo Island's oyster crop will be up to Services." oil who havo groat responsibility aud little and thois nn old soldier of Jesus Christ " subject was "Unappreciated heard a neighbor tell what IIop r.itters had shilling ones will rush out toward the overajo yield. Ilia text was from I. Samael30:2: "As his credit for what thoy do. You know tho you aud say: "Yes, that man dono for her, sho at onco got and gavo mo Oexeual Sheridan is said to be getting part Is that gocth down to' the battle, so names of tho great commercial houses ofi soul," of they trill rush out and saved my some. Tlio first dose eased my brain and say: "Oh very stout and heavy. shall his part be that tarrieth by tho stun." theso cities. Do you knew the confidential' yes, sue was witti mo seemed to go hunting through my system, in tho last sickness." for tho pain. A California gold ralntjjhas been named The discourso was as follows: clerks tho men who havo tho key to tho And then the cry will go round tho circlo: Tlio second doso cased me so much that I If you have never seen an army change safe, tho names of the mon who kuow tho V Como In, como In, como up, como up; the Grover Cloveland. elopt two hours, somethins: 1 hail not done for amount combination lock? A distinguished mer- wo saw you away down there, old two months, ltcioro 1 had mod ttvu bottles Thebe has been .very, httlo demand for quarters, you havo no idea of tho loads, a and sick was well and nt work as h.trd as any man could, called out Thfit I tried to mash beforo !" of baggage twenty loads, fly chant goes forth at tho summer watering-plac- e and decrepit nud discouraged because you the Revised Old Testament. UiMuh Omrlcr. for oyer threo weeks : bu tl worked too hard for Tho millionaire's purso was thrown open David and his hundred loads of baggago. au.. he flashes past, and you say: could not go to tho front, but As his an.d t11111 hard cold. 1 was tak; mI sfi?flVrtR mostacute fop rewards. world, as a makor of The Mormon Church architect is named army wero about to double-quic- k en and painful rhoutnatlMn start on a "Who is that?" "Oh," replies some part is that goeth down to battle, so shall IlUMORISTEis. Excitement on Fifth avenue ran high. "lEaeh ovil Liver Angel, and be is a polygamist. i.Sn,up,h.?ny,8ys.tcnl thut ever was known. LES march for the recovery of their one, "don't you know? that is the great Ids part be that tarrioth by the stuff.' " A runnluK river Alphonso held his peace. doctors aguln, and aftor several Of harmless merriment." TnE district school system disappears jn eaptured families from the Amalekites. importer, that is tho groat banker, that is woo- -. l . V mT 2 criPPW on crutches for There is high consolation also in this for New Hampshire, March 1, 1SSC So they left by the brook Besor their tho great manufacturer?" Tho confidenJ life, as tiJ. ?y k sn,d J?ot a "lend and to!d him aged ministers. 1 seo - somo of them hore comLong Distance Aftor tho Lato Flume is the Utters had cured him my cao, ado blankets, their knapsacks, their baggage tial clerk has his wook off. Nolnxly noThe London Times, according to a Thy sit in pews in our churches. I poohed at him. but ho soldiers. It w and would euro mander of the New Jersey Victor Hugo. aud their carriages. Who shall b detailed tices whether he comes or goes. Nobody Thoy used to stand in pulpits. Thoir hair plume at tho was so carnobt 1 was i2duc d to u."o them avalu. item, is valued at $25,000,000. very appropriate to havo a InlebStban four weelui 1 threw away my to watch are sick soltings. head. Taos The population of Rhode Island has In- diers", andthis stuff? There and'aged sol- knows him, nud after awhile his week is Is white with tho blossoms of the tree of crutches and went to woric Iphtly and kept on wounded soldiers, I.ovo Story of an Alleged Tunny 31an he sits down again to his desk. life, done, and heir names marked on the roll of The using tho "bitters forflvo wvek, until I tecanio creased five per cent-- in five years. A Wonderlul Offer. diers, who are not able to go on swift mil- But God will reward his fidelity just as the General Assembly, or of tho consocians wou as any man living, and havo bcen60 A DurliiE Scheme, nnd How It Was ,A Bridgeport woman attempted suicide itary expedition, Every Farmer aud should for six years since. but who ars able to do much as Ho recognizes the work of the tion, "Emeritus." They sometimes hear'a Happy Cou-- i Consummated send One Dollar to the Hural Homo Co., of It has also cured my wifi who had been owing to a neighbor's noisy children. some work, and so they are detailed to merchant philanthropist whose invest- text announced which brings to mind, HocUester, N. Y., for a year's subscription nick for years; and has kept her and my elusion. a The Cremation Society of Detroit is mak- watch the baggage. There Is many a sol- ments this unknown clerk so faithfully sermon they preached fifty years to Tint American Kukal Home, and re- children woll aifd healthy whh from two to ceive Free a copy of The Farmers' and threo bottles per year. Thero Is no need to ing arrangements to' build a crematory. dier who is not strong enough to march guarded. Business men know the names that same subject. They preachedagoion CHAPTEH I. fmoro Stockbretders' Guide, a now and reliable bo sick at all If theso bitters am used. Alaska forests contain enough timber to thirty miles in a day and then plunge into of the Presidents and prominent directors Gospel on four hundred dollars a year.than who is he? work just issued. The book contains over fight, who is able with drawn of tho great railroads; but they do not a J, J. Bkkk, supply the world for some time to come. four hundred pages,is primed on nice pa- some of their successors on four thousand Alphonso Uorthi wns a humorl . sword lifted against his shoulder to pneo know the names of tho engineors, the DOr. fullv Ittnatrntod And hound ill Cloth. In New York there are 9,000 actors ready 'Thatixwr invalid wife. Sister, Mother,, dollars. Somo Sunday the old ministerlls lyro has a thousand strings, The poet's up and down as a sentinel to keep off au names of the switchmen, tho names of tho iu church and near by in It is by no means a cheap-Joh- n affair, but "Or daughter! HI to start out upon the road for the season. a anotherpew that of the humorist has ton. a valuable compilation of the writings of enemy who might put the torch to the bag " Can bo mado tho picture, of health I flagmen, the names of the brakomen. there is a husband and a wife and a row of .Mother-in-laPalace Hotel, San gage. There are two Youatt, Mills. Skinner and Clater, apd is Senator Sharon's ihe ten nro tho Mule, "with a few bottles of Hop 'Bitters' hnndred of these Theso men havo awful responsibilities, and children. And after thojjbenedlctioni the 0. most reliable and comprehensive work the 'Francisco, is said to bo assessed at " Will yov let than sufTcrtlir Jhnrch Fair Oyster. Book Canvasser, Sorv- crippled nnd aged nnd wouudod soldiers sometimes, through tho recklessness of an lady comes up nnd says :4JDoctr,,y ever issued on the subject The diseases of oui with coal oil can, Vassar Girl, Chi- -' detailed to watch the baggage: Some of engineer or tho unfaithfulness of a switch- don't kuow mo, do you!" rlvSt!!'' W oxen, sheep, swine and horses, with the Itaneeute the SirhV-tUcrt-i druggist handi TnE wholesale value of the shad catch them, I suppose, had bandages across tho wnen yon causei, symptoms and treatment are iven for Item tlie If anjrthfctf call"Hop BIttor wttnaprceucluMcrr igo female foot. Foverty of Editors, Size man, is brought to mind tho faithfulness says, "your face is familiar, but I con hot but IXlitr" with iticb simple directions that every Out this year in the Hudson amounted to $170,- - brow, and ome of them had their ariLs in plate3 and "Didn't ot modem Hods on hlt fma thai trazzlt aJ von of nearly all the rest of them. Such men call you by name." "Why," she says, farmer may become bis own cattle doctor, ol a a Tlpor. ami If lie ha taken your o sling, aud some of them walked on do not have recognition of their services. "you baptized mo and you married know the gun was loaded." it treats of tho anatomy of all domestic would atuil, ,lbd!ci mm for tne fraud arvi tnouer furlor nut mm bCEU for the fwndlF. animals and practically doals with thp use liberally f or the conlut!Jiu uul we will reward vou Frank James, the once noted outlaw, is crutches. They were not cowards shirt- They havo small wages and much com- me, and you burled my father and mother strings singly and In Striking theso When tho excitement had been raging of Oxen, breod of Sheep end fcHrtbJe manBee V. S. Court lnlnnetlon aiatnui C. D. Warner. said to be In the last stages of consump- ing duty. They had fought In many plaint. I very often ride upon locomotives, and sisters." " Oh, yes," ho says, " my chords produces humor. its Reading. irch and all his alrsinen iJid agenta. three days, Alphonso rang Adriennette's agement. Any one after consultingsad flerco battle for their country and their and I very often nsk tho question as we tion. Alphonso struck tho strings. good as it uaoi to be." DrnirlBti and other lml'atora. tike wirn!.ic. isn't as pages can select a carriage, wagon or door bell. IIOP IUTTEK3 iVS'Q CO. Tho multitude laughed rudely. die horse and be a good judge of cattle. It Two races of men aro dying out the God. They are now part of tho time in shoot around some curve or under somo Thoy are lu all our churches too heroes d "Go away I" said she, in a hospital, and part of the timo on garrison ledgo of rocks: "How much wages do you of ltGO, the heroos of 1832, and the heroes When he heard of a skillful artificer of isiinvalunble to every one who Das to do Laplanders and the Maoris, of. New Zeavoice. with the Farm or ai)d will give duty. They almost cry because they can get!" and I am always surprised to And of 1M7. By the loug gravo trnch that land. " I bring news of him," said tho young hundreds of dollars Stable fortunate posto its not go with tho other troops to the front. how little for such vast responsibility. Do cut through half a century. They havo solomnly. man, sessor. As to TnE American Rural An Ohio physician recommends Ken- While these sentinels watch tho baggage, you not suppose God is going to recognize stood sounding the resurrection. Thoy Tho girl threw her arms around his neck Home, it Is generally considered to be the tucky Blue Lick water for lichen, or sumSTTIVI3VflC3i:3FS. tho Lord watches the sentinels. that fldollty? The head of some railway have been in more Balaklavas and have and kissed him in the ecstasy of the mo- bestpaperof its class published. We are mer rash. aeaaaiutod with the publishers and proThere is'quite a different scone being en- cotnpauy going up at death to receive from taken more Sebastopols than you over ment A ton of gum arable is used weekly at acted in the distance. The Amalekites, God his destiny was no bettor known in hoard of. Sometimes thoy get a littlo " I will restore him for ono reward only," prietors and can vouch for the genuineness of their offer. Paper, one year, with the Government envelope factory at Hartsaid Alphonse. having ravaged and ransacked and robbed that hour than was known last night the fretful becauso they can not bo at tho bok postpaid, for ford, Conn. "Name It," said tho trantic maiden, "I sample copy withOne Dollar. Bend one whole countries, are celebrating their sucthe battle, bmkeman who on the railroad was jammed front. They hear the sound of list of mure than will grant anything you ask." so cess in a roaring carousaL The Canadian Pacific Railway has Now to death amid the car coupling. bound books which are given "As his and the old war horso champs his bit. Tho unprecedented success and merit of " 1 want your hand in marriage," said banarod Address Rural Homo Co., limited, buy i i away. fmim far cost .'jlSO.OOO.OOO and is yet far from is tho time for David and his men to part is that gooth down to tho battle, so But the sixty thousand ministers of religrfl film forClltnirh.many i fever nnd cold iu Ihi icad-h- as Alphonse, at the same time removing; tho llbchestor, N. Y. induced completion. swoop upon these corousinb Amalekites. sboll his part bo that tarrieth by tho ion, this day standing in the brunt of tho r adventurers to ploc catarrh mcOlciuos or cover of a large hat box which ho carried fomfl in apucuranoc. style "No. SIR," he said to the Captain. "I fray, shall havo no more reward than Examine your ten dollar bills. There Somo of tho Amalekites arc hacked to stuff." With him, and taking out J una upon am not seasick, bu' I am disgusted with name upon the market. In order to tr.ae ' I'm with you," said Adriennetle. hours we expected those retired veterans. " My father, ray are clever counterfeits of $10 greenbacks of pieces on tho spot, some of them aro just Onco for thirty-si- x the rvputnt'on or Pay's Crenm Halm. Mnny in Ar. Y. Mail. able to go staggering and hiccoughing off every moment to go to tho bottom of tho father! tho chariot of Israel and tho 1S75 issued. your tramediato locality will testify in Wghcst What a happy sceno I Tho gods laughed the motion of the vessel." of Uuy is that Don't Ik deceived to seo it or Liberty Enlighten- - commendation. Halm. A particle IsfipviHoa seems that as yet John Barlycorn is the field, some of them crawl on camels ocean. jTho waves struck through tho sky- horsemen thereof." " As his part Hartholdl's Statue It only ray's Cream " Three soul with but a slnjtlo thought and speed off in the distance. David aud lights and rushed down into the hold of tho gooth down to the Iwttle, so shall his agreeable to SulIntT tho World" Into each nostril: no pirin: tho only thing that can floor John L. Threo hearts tlmt bout as one." his men gather together the wardrobes, ship and hissed against the boilers. It was part bo that tarrieth by the stuff." ufty cents; of drutrgUts. will Jkj a reminder of personal liberty for livan, the bruiser. Ji6lcrt D. Jim in, in Texas Sff tings. the jewels, and put them upon tho back of an awful time, but by the blessing of God aj;es to come. On just as sure n foundatCheer up, men and women of unappreForeign capitalists hold tract3 of West- camels and into wagons, and they gather and tho faithfulness of the men iu charge ion hns Dr. I'iorce's "Golden Medical DisYou will get your reservices. A DUSKY JOKE. ern laud aggregating au area greater than together the sheep and cattle that had we came out of tho cycloue and wo arrived ciated if not here, hereafter. When Charles covery" been placed, nnd it will staud ward, through the cycles of timo as a monument the State of Indiana. been stolen, and start back toward tho at home. Each man beforo leaving tho Wesley conies up to judgment ami tho Took Her Mistress at Her Word Made It to tho physical emancipation of thousands, Tue postage stamp has been known ever garrison. Yonder they come, yonder thoy ship thanked Captain Audrews. I do not thousands of souls which wero wafted n l'ostlhlc. fin 1'iir who by its use have leon relieved from come. Tho limping men of the garrison think there was a man or woman that into glory through his songs shall 1ms since 1S10. The postage stamp is evident"Now, Margaret," said Mrs.fJackson,'ad-drossln- g consumption, consumptive bronchitis, cough, spitting of blood, weak come out and greet them with wild huzza. went off that ship without thanking Cap- enumerated, he will tuke his throne. Then ly determined to stick. tho colored cook, "wo havo just got bugs, and other throat and lung affections. tain Andrews, and when years after I John Wesley will come up to judgment, A New York lawyer says ho would have The Bible says David saluted them. in u supply of flour and I want you to rnako But now came a very different thing, tho hoard of his death I was impelled to write and aftor his name has been mentioned in no trouble in getting 1,000 men In that city "An Old Maid's Paradise" is the title of it go as far as possible." of millions distribution of the spoils of victory. Well, a letter of condolence to his family in connection with the salvation to swear falsely In a case. a new novol. It is supposed to be located "Yessum." Florence who made five hundred littlo the MethEverybody recognized brought at No Mau's Land. Aorrfefoien Herald. A Candian clergyman recently preached some selfish soul suggests that theso treas- Liverpool. tho courage, the kindness the of soulswhich he to (od through take his dishes so small that thoy would lio in tho "Tho tlinos aro very hard now, yon unof odism founded ho will congregation ures ought all to belong to those who have goodness, thimble, and could only bo seen derstand, and it is about as much as wo can five hours on a stretch to a bottom of a g girl, "Titat Miss Jones is been out in active service. "Wo did all tho Captain Audrews; but it occurred to mo throne. But botweou the two thrones of with a microscope, ho said: "This is what which patiently endured it. Isn't sho?" do to meet expenses." we never thunked the engineer. Charles Wesley and John Wesley, thero our modern fighting while these men stayed at home in now that dishes aro modeled Yes, and she'll bo the belle of thb town Tuz coinage at the various miuts during the garrisons, and wo ought to have all Ho stood away down iu the darkness amid will bo a throne higher than either, on after." "Yessum." .? I. ,. Tti' vint Mn(T ran ! 711 :T if it wasn't for one thing." 0 August was $0529,000 20, of whicd r Idee a Fond an a da.lv diet. IV you will pay attention to ,.,'.4 "I do hope that the hissing furnaces doing his wholo duty. which will sit Suhnnnah Wesley, who "What's that?" this wild burst of humor ho received For the treasures." But David looked into the - ,'h ..... wi'iirresult: was in standard dollars. what I say." in b:ckucpp. "Sho has catarrh so Iwd It is unpleasant ";..." rri' . the dTcd worn faces of tho veterans who had Nobody thanked the engineer, but God with mntornal consecration in Epworth five centimes. JTtsttenso. It Is dcu- . be near her. Sho has tried a dozen "Yessum." He wrote: Connecticut has an extraordinary crop stayed in tho 'garrison, and he looked recognized his heroism and his continu- rectory, Lincolnshire, started those two Mange, etc. About two and nothing helps her. I amisorry, clou for Fuddincs. Cuutani. IJ"c "Did you hear about tho washout?" Mrs. Jackson weeks later Margaret went to thiugslikelier, but that doesn't niako.it any of applet this year, and tho question is around and saw how cleanly everything ance and his fidelity, and there will bo soul3 on their triumphant mission of serfer I and said: of the reporter. asked tho baggage-maste- r what to do with the surplus. less disagreeable for ono to be around her." had been kept, and ho saw that tho bag- just ns high reward for tho engineer who mon and song through all follow"De Hour is out" Now if she had used Dr., Sago's Catarrh Oh, what a day that "No," said the latter, with great show of ngi-sworked out of sight, 'Whntr It is remarked that the averago number gage was all safe, and he knew how that stood on the bridge as tho Captain who ing be interest "What lino was it Remedy, thero would have been notliingof of the ship in the will for many who have rocked here on Mrs. Mulligan's clothes on?" "Out "I say de Hour is out" of persons composing a family in the theso wounded and crippled men would line," said the kind said, for it will euro catarrli every "That can't bo possible l" gladly enough have been at the front if midst of tho howling tempest. "As his Christian cradles v ith weary foot, and who tho baggage-man- . United States is decreasing. Tho reporter collapsed time worn-ou- t ' "Wall, It's out all do same.' garment, and darned with a loud report they had been able, and tho little General part is that goeth down'to the battle, so patched Nearly a half in number and thing, you took The small boy steals awny from school "You be that tarrieth by the socks, and out of a small income made the For such a joke he recolved ten contimes. in circulation of tho newspapers of tho looks up from under his helmet and says: shall his part tho most of that flour home, you know you te "go a fisbiri'." Ho hates his book and the winter I children comfortablo for g "No, no, let U3 have fair play"; and ho stuff." "Ten centimes and livo cetitimos make world are printed in English. baits his hook. Boston Transcript. " For this did!" A Christian woman was seen going What a day that will be for those to whom fifteen centimes," said he. rushes up to one of these men and ho says: "Who, mo?" American hotels are discarding the use "Hold your hands together," and the along the edge of a wood every eventide, tho world gave the cold shoulder and amount of money ono can purchaso WieneItAMr. of Cetalr. Ga under date or Mas. Nervous debility, premature Nov. 6. Avsaays: . liaveUeennnRToarwemierfnj "Yes, you." of French in their bills of fare, and aro hond3 are held together, and ho fills them nnd the neighbors in tho country did not called them nobodies, nnd begrudged them rwurst" decllno of power in oithor sex, speedily remedy. I'.rsdtleM' "I Female Regulator, In mr fatntlr "Wall, now, sensoyerglttln'sopussonal, tfnn-- , and I wuUId to ,od that every afflicted coming down to plain English. No one need starve wlien he can purchaso and permanently cured. Largo booki threo Iobr with silver. And h rushes up to another understand how a mother, with so many the least recognition, and who, weary and oman In our land knew of Ita ivonderf ul virtue and I'll jes' tell yer dat yer oughtor mltio how letter stamps. Consultation fire. World's deal The Cairo Daily Gazette, the only daily man who was sitting away back and cares nnd anxieties, should waste so much worn and sick, fainted by the brook Wiener-wurs- t do. there ycr talks ter me. Yer said dat yer wanted Dispensary Medical Ass'ou, Buffalo, N. Y. curative power n I our sex I woulJ ben great have am sure I woM milerinjr amen "My fortuuos are at tlio wurst point," renewspaper published by a colored man in had no idea of getting any of tho spoils, timo as to be idly sauntering out evening Besor! Oh, that will be a mighty day Xrteti bulridiltn for lf had It not been for tue Reguflour tor go cz fur ez possible, an' 1 dat t to every woman 1 hear ol be Illinois, has, suspended publication. and throws a Babylonish garment over by evening. It was found out afterward when the son of David shall distribute marked Alphonso. rccoived nothing. made It go fur way out on do yudder side "Why is it that nearly nil men's heads lator. I recommend womb trwuMe, no matter of what la tattering with any For tills joko ho houseamong them the garlands, the crowns, the The married man trembleth while ho him and fills his hand with gold. And ho that she went there to pray for her o' town. Ef dat ain't fur crnuff fur yer, I are round?" Ilecnuso so few of them aro dtacrlptkw. and I hare yet to hear of a irtnBle f aUsro reckons dat I'd better mube it out inter de square. Fvamville Argus. And CHA1THK II. reads that a vessel with 09,39C sealskins on rushes up to another man who had lost all hold, and while there one evening she scepters, the chariots, the thrones Send for our Book on Diseases of Women, which, I mailed free. Adtrci country." bis property in serving God and his coun- wrote that beautiful hymn, famous in all then it shall be found out that all who on board has just arrived from Alaska. T1IH l'l.OT THICKENS. IlBADriKLb RioplaTob Co, Atlanta, Ga. 'I am a great mind to have you ar- I'ike'sTooth kciit. Thtors curoln 1 mlnutcSc. earth served God in inconspicuous spheres Ono day whilo outwalking Alphonso Baw 26c. The MassachusettsSunday law is a very try years before, and he drives up some of agos for cheering Christian hearts: Glenn't Snjmr .Sixip heal and rested." kNone OennJno unless bearing lids Stampreceive just as much reward as thoso who a pug. the cattle and some of the sheep that they " I lovo to steal a while away old one, prohibiting all work or travel, ex"Whutfur? 'Case yesso'f kain't tike or Gkeman Coun HEiiovEii kills Corns & lluuions. JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. had brought back from the Amalekites, filled tho earth with uproar of achieveTlio pug whs tied to a dude. At tho joke. I wuz jokin' wid dat flour, but ef From every cumbering care. cept for charity, mercy, necessity or wore "Beware of imitations, ns the monkey And f lUnde trl Ration. CongrcM aad nnd he givos two or three of tho cattle and ment. They shall understand the height, dude's hide was a beautiful eirl. The girl yor wants tor get mad erbout it w'y, I the hours of setting day ship. k ccJieitlay HKin. tncenra v li In humMo, grateful prayer." three or four of tho sheop to this poor man, the depth, the length, the breadth, tho pil- was named Adrlonnotto and the pe was kain't ho'p it. Beckon I'd better quit yer said to tbe dude. Burlington Free IVcss. SMALL-ro- x Is raging in Valparaiso. v m .......... A TOMifAl rani 1 60 ho shall always be fed and clothed. He Shall there be no reward for such un- lared aud domed majuificenco of my text: nnmed Juno. an' wuck fur er pusson dat's got more 1; From ten td fifteen new cases occur daily, ienttouswll brine you In- l w $f Alphonso fell In lovo with tlie girl down' to the u "As his part is that goeth Arhan3aw Traveler. TIIU JlAUKLT.S. l" sf. ..in. N. lorTiiatloa lu" anyi Stato and the scourge is apparently increasing in sees a man so emaciated and worn out and pretending, yet everlasting servico? V?. this Shoe P" sick he needs stimulants, and he gives Clear back iu the country there I a battle, so shall his part be that tarrieth by orTcrTiio..v. . virulence. Sho was a proud and aristocratic maid, . " iM9.tfcMllt:S JS.N.er I. JtlCMIl Advlco to a Teacher. him a little of tho wine that he brought boy who wants to get to college and get the stuff." Cincin ti. September, 9, 1 W.V, whoso father's carriage boro an eagle of tho 4.1 LlnCO'n oi Ff-S5The occiipant of a Missouri haunted from tho Amalekites. Yonder is a man an education. They call him "a book00 2 75 Boatoc..Mae Fizzlctop Is one of tho boys that LIVESTOCK Johnny sun for a crest 'JAt house is'awakened in tho dead of night by who has no appetite 4(0 fe i 73 Cholco Butchers worm. Wherever thoy find for Tho old man had got his start In life ped- attends the University of Texas. Ho plays A BIT OF WHITE. 4 00 3 being struck in tho face by wet and heavy of the army, and he givesthe rough rations barn or in the houso ho is him in tho . I 4 7." 10 him a rare mor-2reading n dling ham sandwiched in tho Bowery. - i (O Good packers hookey, breaks his slate, and makes tho a ft 3 50 SBKKP (iood to choice from the Amalekitish banquet, and the book. " What a pity it is," thoy say, Tho Way a Youns Creek Looked Deatli In his professor miserable by shooting FLOUK- -I amil life of BUU0H;;a3S Dakota, It is said, is threatened with be- two hundred crippled and maimed and " that Ed can not get an education." His the Knco aud ho 1VH Unflinching:. at him. Some weeks ago John- OKA IK Wlicat-- 1 ongborry red ing overrun by Russian thistle, brought to aged soldiers who tarried on garrison duty father, work as hard as he will, can no rcu (I. T.) Cor. N. O. Eufala No.2 ny showed signs of reformation, but It did this country by the Menonites in their get just as much of the spoils of battle as more than support tho family by tho ' Corn No. " lilted..... I have just witnessed tho execution, by Oats No. 2 mixed...... ; Beed wheat. not last for yesterday tho professor caught any of tho two hundred men that went to product of tho farm. Oiie night Ed had shooting, of Sarbeo Boarhead, a J.. Iltn N"o.2 him In the act of putting a bout pin on his HAY Timothy No. 1...J 12 00 The French Government has just caused the front. "As his part is that goeth down retired to his room and tboro Is a fumily Creek Indian about twenty-fiv- e 00 throne. TOI1ACCO Omnium Liil'S..., . to be built a cot in which live four hundred to battle, so sball'his part be that tarrieth conference about him. Tho sisters say: years old, Mho murdered Okllissar about ...10 IX) Good Mediums "Johnny, I know you seem to be a bad " Father, I wish you would send Ed to two years ago. Six days ago on cfllcer ot 10 00 trained carrier pigeons, ready for use in by the stuff." l'ork Moss boy," said the professor, sadly, "but I VHftVISIONS me - tH, Ijiri l'r time of war. Bend lot now ratru and comm prions on CTTK The impression is abroad that tho Chris- college; if you will, wo will work harder tho Light Horse, with a small sq'iad, ashoped there had been a change for the bet- 15 i HL'TfEU Fano Dairy CHICAGO J.KlOi:it. ItlithobcatEllir.Br;atr than we ever did, and we will make our certaining his whereabouts, mad a deTnE New York Advertiser boldly anenta rzn make tian rewards are for those who do conspicter in your conduct I even told your faOhio Creamery fn th I'nited but, an! .. .MONKY handhnp it. Address 1IIK CHICAGO nounces that nobody who is anybody of uous service in distinguished places great dresses do." Tho mother says: " Yes, I scent upon him, and had a livoly time in ther that you were a changed boy. 1 hoped Ari'LRS Prime LhiDunit, 271 Franklin atrect. Gnio&oo, itx that you had become a better boy, but I see 1'OTAIOBS ier Imrrel... social standing will now eat ice cream in a martyrs, great patriots, great preachers, will get along without any hired help; bis capture. A running fight on horseNKW YOltlCJ 1 am grieved and disap1 am mistaken. DEDERfoK'S'HAY PRESSES. great philanthropists. But my text sets although 1 am not as strong as I U3ed to back was kept up for threo miles, when ho public resort. It's too cheap. FLOUR State und Western i..?3 40 my hopes were preA be, I think 1 can get along without took refuge in a house, whero he found a of pointed. I see that forth the idea that there is just as much T tcci'lnp the ono Therefore he had an cngle for his coat GKAIK Wheat No.2Cli uao A wealthy New York lady's will promature." s. .'J" x o mjriK AnJil that tails No. rcu loaded, lying on a shelf. Be- arms. reward (or a man that stays at home and any hired help." Tho father says: "Well, Due JTlMr?Ji.T,.7 vides that her numerous dogs, cats nnd rfttA. You "Yes, that is all your fault cv Torn No. 2 niUed can got Adriennetto loved beforo all things in tho shouldn't go off at W2 'IvW0 S mirtrFV Kvr d k birds shall be cremated and that their ashes minds his own business, and who, crippled I think by working nights ISugar is along fore the Light Horse had all come up, some that way. l.w Oats mixed banroloaded world her pug. any assistance." 10 M five or six in number, Surbee bad and unable to go forth and lead in great without ehall be scattered upon her grave. Bo 1'iiHivMess delicacies of Bcmember what David Crockett said: The pug Juno dined on all from tho table, butter is banished ith ouo in each hand sure you are right, and then go ahead,' but LAltnWestem steam Icebergs In tho Gulf Stream, it is said, movemonts and in the high places of the ished the plat. Tho family is put down his own pistol, and ay, holding a regulur tlio season. CHICAGO. stood in tho doorw earth, does his whole duty just where he from causes these cold waves. There is plenty blazoned with you'll learn after awhile." Texas Slft Kfjonil Stale and Wosturn. ?4 SO it He is. Garrison duty is as important and re- on rigid, yea, suffering economy, that tho battle with those outside. He did not sur- gold. sat In an iivj. H fi AiVWliitU No. 2 red of room for them up North, but an Iceberg J.. 77H and location OZ No.2 Chicago Spr.ujf munerative as service at the front. "As boy may go to college. Time passe3 on. render until shot in tho leg, about which Order on trtai. .vtarn-- i jt IIo was allowed to run ovor tho tnblo seems Inclined to roam at its own sweet 44 4 A PICNIC PHANTASY. and Agents. Corn No. 2 Western and Southern btorehou his part is that goeth down to the battle, Graduation day has come. Think not that timo ho recognized an acquaintance iu tho nnd seize tho choicest while grace 2r n.iift No. 2 will. P. K. DEDERICK. & CO.. Albany, N. T. to him, was boing bo shall his part be that tarrieth by the I mention nu imaginary case. God knows crowd, and proposed to surrendsr said. Bje CHAPTER I. An accident in a foundry at Melbourne, stuff." S 83 to happened. Commencement day has which was accepted. He was brought I'OKK-Mit A place had been reserved in the family Como let us Jump aboard tho train! 020 & Australia, has led to the discovery that the A great many people are discouraged come, and the professors walk in on the back to this place, the Judge granting him cemetery lor him, next to Adriennette's Oh. hour tho whtetle blowl BM.TlMOltB. 3 sJ'fcJ'Deliautrnl eiiipioymrn: plunging of iron castings into a mixture of All nature seems to Rinllo on us. stage In their long gowns. The interest of five days in which to prepare for bis final great grandfather, against the time when t atr and Drontable. Nn llonUlnir. 1(111111117. when they hear of the story of Moses nnd ly t8 83 1 FLOUR-Fn- m molasses and water softens the metal to Let's to tho picnic go. liraldlns, or envins Use tnr land of cloth on, and after doom. His time was up and ho ho should turn up his paws. No. 2 the occasion is passing GUAIN-h- wt (new or aid), racs or yam. A handsome Tnrkisb such a degree that It can be punched, bored, Joshua and of David and of Luther and awhile it conies to a climix of interest as was takeu to a wooded hill near this town 4SW If Adriennette's lovers felt like kissing Corn mured Kiik muiA with 2. rtH. worh of carpet waste. We'll drink tho sparkling lemonade, of John Knox and of Deborah and of Flor28 ft nntfmixed or tapped as easily as wrought iron. TUC DCADI Hl'IJ MAKER can ba used Tho sandwiches wo'U munch. valedictorian is introduced. Ed has and in tho presence of nbout 150 people, her, they had to kiss Juno first as an ence Nightingale. They say: "Oh, that the PROVISIONS Pork Mo.--s .... Hlb Awnndprfnluinil nrMimrninrhliiefc. Base-bawe'll plHy, llkewlso croquot of good faith. We have the word of the Detroit Fret was all good bThand.rkHUknin well that It (.rllnnt night And dally with the lunch. nnd right for them, but I studied so hard and worked soupon him. who gathered to witness the execution, Prleo l.nil. roinniil. Acriitn Wnnlrd. It was Into ijiis family that Alphonsc's CATTLE Medium Press for it that it was a young lad' in shall novor be Mend (tamp for circular, terms, and territory. was shot to death to satisfy the Muskogee fato led him. ho had tho honor conferred IV to receive hogs...- .CHAPTEH II. J.NO.O.UOlTTltOBlS Ptata BU, Chiracs. Schenectady who left the ice out in the Mount Sinai. called never be the law on There are rounds of applause sometimes law. He felt a wild passion for his bclla InaI shall called to Oh, what a Jolly timo I've had! is a great sun for a couple of hours that the chills command the S 2 red Boarhead was allowed to select his exemorata (see back pait of Webster's dicWheat-sun and the moon to stand breaking into vociferation. It 1 daneo and laugh with glee. might get melted off. Corn mixed A beotlo has crawled down my back, still. I shall never be called to slay a day for Ed. But way back in the galleries cutioners from tho Light Horso, the lot tionary). Oats mixed 1 feel him round my kneo. plain hats and their falling ou Lewis Asberry and John DocBut she would not oven givo him a It is reported that the number of persons giant. I shall never preach on Mars Hill. aro his sisters inthe LOUISVILLE. father tor, one of whom wns his cousin. When all glance. and committed to insane asylums In Massachu1 5 W I shall never defy the Diet of Worms. I faded shawls, A bumblo-bchas toved with mc, From a gay, dashing, had a was in readiness ho was.soated Against ant GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red setts is Increasing at the rato of about 200 shall never be called to make a Queen and mother dear me, she has not Aud in my boos are ants. UN EQUALLED FOR CEMENTINO Alphonso became a pale, humorist, Corn mixed I sat upon a lemon pie. WOOD, GULSS. CHIN4. PAPER, LEATHCR.ao. new bat in six years, he has not had a new oak tree, anil CaptaIuJIJiaorii,"" yearly. This thing of guessing at the nume tremble for her crimes. I shall never Oats mixed AWARDED COLO MEDAL, .tONOOrt Jan. AdrienAnd bpoiled my Sunday pants. wan shadow. He acted both as up and the two men armed with navy kr, ber of beans In a jar must be stopped. t'Md by Mawn ft flunl'n Ontn i. Visbo ... .. Chicago Rambler. 'jOHH. mess over a hospital" There aro women coat for six years and thoy get nette's shadow and his own. MM ontv by the RUSSIA Palice Cr Co.fce. AKD steam took their position about tea?feet in A MiS3 Mary Hopkins, of Wyoming who say: "If I had as brilliant a sphere look over the platform, and they laugh atoucesTER. fttAsa sou cement CO.SamoleTin Caotsent br MaU,3. He followed her everywhere. EVERYWHERE. cry, and they sit down, and thoy front of tho criminal. His breastwas has been married seven times since 18c Where She Found the Needle. as those people hadf I should be as bravo and they He could do nothing but write sad BUYERS' GUIDE la Her husbands are all living, and she has and grand; but my business is to get the look pale, and they are very much flushed. bared and a pieco of whito poems and elegies. When he tried to d "Some twenty years ago," said the laaned Sept. and March, immediately over the heart A make a joke about the size of tlio block of gets the garlands, and the stuck never been divorced from either of them. children off to school, and to hunt up Ed stranger, "my wife, whilo sewing, pages, each year. group in the gallery have their share handkerchief was bound over his eycJJ but Ice that tlio leaves nowadays, the suddenly missed She evidently thinks variety is the spice things when they are lost, and to see that SVixll lnches.vr It hover her needle. She saw nothtriumph. Thoy have made that he raised his shnckled hands andpushed words died in Ids throat, and he wrote a of life. dinner is ready, aad 3,000 Illustrations a keep account of of the ing more of and scon God all in the wnoie A'letnrc Uallery. it up, asking to bo allowod to see, btf? the poem about the "dark willows that wave her loss untilit,last week, forgot " about There are five thousand kinds of patent the household expenses, and to hinder the scene posslblo, and reward day when when "When self sacrifices Captain insisted on covering hiseres, o'er the dark, deep pool." GIVES Wholesale Prices .medicines in the market; surely enough to children from being strangulated by the shall moro fully Ho will give grand and tllrrrt to enntumrra on all floods for ho tried to write an account of a she suddenly felt a pricking sensation in .. ....i.t rzi (hM creniilne Is When when ho yielded. At tho word the two goat lunching off a tin can, he turned to care all the ills that flesh Is heir to. If, whooping coughed to go through all mado for othors, U UfKI persona or family use. Tells hovr to .. ..lrnra hill MtlF Till ra .. vsasnMb recognition. "As his part is that guards knolt, and as "Ready, fire!" soundright foot," suggested Boodle. "When her marked Fraxer's. SOLD EVJEBXWHEKE. however, there aro any diseases left that the annoyances and vexatious of house- glorious order, ami give exact cost of everyhis part ed upon tho air, two simultaneous shots describe, with tears in his eyes, "the chest- the point of tho needle showed Itself beso shall thing you use, eat, drink, vrcar, or these remedies do not reach, a few more keeping. Oh, my sphere is so infinitesi- goeth down to tho battle, nut hair on my true love's brow." He atstuff." guessed Coodle. R. U- - AWARE bare f,m with. These INVALUABLE went crashing through his heart His head tempted to run these in on the managing tween her shoulder-blades,-" mal, and so insignlScant, I am clear dis bo that tarrieth by the could easily be patented. thissub-j:- t, BOOKS contain Information gleaned THAT fell upon his brenst, and as the Captain editor, instead of tho jokes. He was "When the needle was seen protruding There is high encouragement in A Boston woman cures the morphine couraged." Woman, God places you on from the markets of the world. We Lorillard's Olimas Plug also, fortho3e who onco wrought laid him down no sound beyond two groans kicked down stairs. He, so full of cthe- - from her youngest daughter's left forehabit with this recipe: "Every time you garrison duty, and your reward will be wtU mail it copy PItKE to any adfinger," Intimated Doodle. "No," said tho mightily for Christ and tho church, but was heard. bearing a red tin tag; that torillard's dress upon receipt of lO cts. to defray of morphine out of tho bottle just as great as that of Florence Nightintake d stranger; "you are all wrong. I...,, r tin a rut: that Lorillard s expense of mailing. Let na hear from through sickness or collapse of fortUDO, of the criminal 1 stood within fifteen feet put in its place the same amount of pure gale, who, moving so often night by night found It iu a crack In the floor. It had She Nary CUppIntrs.and tint Lorillanl'a Snuffs, ur yon. not now go to the all the time, and watched overy movement Respectfully, tho best and. cheapest, quality conalacroxl I water. This gradually1 weakens it, and with a light in her hind through the hos- or advanced years, can been there all those years. Sinsular, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. An active Man or Worasn In every almost before you know it the craving is pitals, was called by the wounded the fiont. Theso two hundred mon of tho and word. Ho was a small man, spare wasn't It?" There was a common desire to count? to tell oar coodi. ealary 8 J . 22T cfc 229 1Vaboi.h ATenne, Chicago, 111. ' er Hntk and EiKrHf t.TPnuej lo ad- "lady of the lamp.'' Your reward will bo text were veterans. Let that man bare built, with delicate features, small hands, welter in the blood of the gone." BJaU U7W . wero PinmiitirAnlllt FUEL! PftTtlCUlaTS etroner; but with difficulty Boodle, Coodle An Indian headstone, about the size of a as great as that of Mrs. Hertzog, who his arm and show how the musles and and would not weigh more than one hunAE.wLAWS:OrBen'navfron free standard 811 ver. ware Co. Boston. Mass. C0LD8ERS commttMonf :! rtersrtn pull aside tho turban and Doodle restrained themselves. Boston dred and thirty pounds, and looked anylarge water pitcher, and similar in shape, built and ondowed'theological seminary torn. Lot him Pull asldo thing else than a desperado. I have never aA cd ; Pensions aad Increase: exseriencaia ream s. nanus and Waves sent C. O. T). any. Transcript. M saccesi or no fee. "Write for circulars and laws. except that ,the top is oval, was found In buildings. Yourrarti will bo just as seo the mark of a battle-axwholeoaadrelrce.ll.trr A- - W. MOCOK1UCK SOK. qaotnnaH, coat and see where tho spear thrust seen such a wonderful display of nerve B.C. Strahlft CaJ3Yaba.u-avCalcasthe Housatonic River lately by a resident great as that of jjoro, who by her the Would it have been fair for theso Ufa In a Flat. htm. not n musclo quivered, not a tremor was ftllRCn Diabetes, Brleht's Disease, and ,of Brookfield, Conn. On the oval shape excellent books vc(for uer admirers Judge Kennebunker, a cynical old bachTreated and cured without U8Jcnlf e. ,"u, ail Kidney and Urinary Troubles. s and EdmuB4Burjce, and Jshua men, crippled, weak nnd old, by tho brok in his voice, but ho mst his fato as only an part are wrought two distict hierogylphlcs. R Iloofc on treatment ted free. Co.Hl. W Kane in the spoils of Indian cau. Thus aro tho laws of the Musdog in the hall room of Ohio,Where? At Green Spring Sandusky County, elor, lives with his by FL. POXD. Reynolds. Reward! are not to be accord- Besor, to havo no share M. 1. ltrawn.particular Dr. C J. On the sides of the stone are also curious is going kogee Na' ion vindicated. frt. a New York flat As he was looking out Turner, Ast. TVrjte for carvings. Experts pronounce it one of the ing to the amount of nois6 you rnako in triumph? Do you think my Lord Dootilifiil RED on Cotton TurlUh Bubrum. of his window Miss "Vanpelt, who Uvea on The rmrat iwaattf ul aniflnest toned. DSaUlllUI samples free tojuarpei Weavers send- to the to turn off His old soldiers because thoy specimens of Indian headstones in the world, nor finest titnr otl HIV"""" LmcpriCtt,taypaV-mmtWHITE, Eaton Sapid. Mica. to amount of good yotTi,, but according to are weak and worn? Are thoy going to the flat below, stuck her head out of her ORGANS Intheworld. Sendforcatalngue. Address lnc address, Two Illrd in Love With a Cow. the country. Piano CoyorV.Pa 1047 in tho spoils of victory? Just WearerOrein t whether you work toWour tall capacity, get no part window, and called up: Madison (Fla.) Kecord.l A silver dollar weighs nearly an according to your look nt them. Do you think those crevices do "Your nasty dog barks all Bight" A singular scene wns witnessedon the ounce. Hence any letter not heavier than full duty in whett?or not you God has in the face are wrinkles? No; thoy nro the-''But he doesn't play on the piano all a where against sick- streets hero a few days since. Some one a dollar can go for a single two-cebattle-scarThey fought placed you. day." r piece ndded will give stamp. A ness, they fought against trouble, thoy walking near a cow which was grazing on Suppose you givato The lower window came down with a 0f your children fought the streets frightened two birds ohe from they sin, the ounce. If you have not the silver dolbang that sounded llko a safo being blown errands, and theyj tw0 . to make fought against II off ;if the each side which were picking about near for fought lar, five nickels and a small copper cent purchases, and toag to give ouo dollar for open. Texas Slftlngs. they God, will give an ounco weight. fought for the truth, they hor. Thoy immediately resumed their -, 'f and to the other twenty dollars. church, they actually kicked, like an A Misconception. ..... you gave fought for Heaven. They were ready to relatho positions as soon as therperson real passion, was man. Do you reward 4.r.6. is only Air effort will be made in the next Conpart of beauty; near her the'entire ordinary any work, onduro any saenfico, do the passed and remained "Just one," said tho lover, as he stood This story will bo continued In the'next gress to do away with the sunset guns now twenty dollars ty nurcbasing more do but it is part. Every lady God demanded day, and were noticed by soveral citizens, chapter. thiug that upon tho stoop with his girl; "just onel" fired at all the military post in the United with that amouat m0ney than the oth- most unpopularnow they can not go fur- ouo of whom made frequent attempts to pose Mustang Liniment only good may have it ; least, what "Just one," said the mother, putting her States. It is a senseless waste of powder er boy purchasejJLth one dollar? Of of them. But CHAPTER III. physical infirmities, frighten them off, but succeeded only parfor horses? It is for inflammar head out of the window above; wealth, or social ther. Now they havo Magnolia asd a number of accidents result each year course not. If 0tjjf looks like it. WAV BREAKS. now their bend troubles them. They are tially; for no sooner had he left than they position, or eloqy "well, I guess it ain't so late as that, but practice. The sun from the tion of all flesh. nr tWenty times the weak and fnint by the brook Besor. Are wrre at their same ios.itions again. No Balm both freshens and One dhv when A Iphoimo watched Adrlen- - It's pretty near twelve, and you'd better be kBOws when it is time to set without nil . j u.u. U(J gives TO IUO VI one is abl to nccoiiut for it, ns theywere iinttn ri.lini.' in bur sumptuous coach with coins of her father will bo down. no the triumph? beautifies: this "jeoakey business" over it and tin dlimry men, is "Sjgoiug to give to tue they to havs noneshare in treasures, noneAro feediu; on tho ground, und uot fpfcj;ing of of tho favcred man her pug Juno clasped to her throbbing t And tlio lover took his leave with pain in ho has thoy to get mrik Will Mill rvlT4 troiu tue cow. better thou her his heart Boston Cottrlcr. I the polls of cuu.ut? You must think breast r "Sho loved Juno 4rpowra45jrrigBfneeJ Ob, no. 1 Army-Chrls- tlan to-d- ay ,. i A Masterly DIscourso'n Services. In other words, if you nnd I do our whole that Christ has a very short memory if duty, and you have twenty times more you think Ho has forgotten their services. talent than I havo, you will get no more Fret not, yo aged ones. Just tarry divino reward than I will. Is God going tho stuff and wait for your share of by tho iaa "now'g Your Liver?" life," he muttered; "I love him because Blie docs: I will steal him." In the comic opera of "Tho Mikado" his. Eho stood on tho cool piazza ' A wild look ot mighty emotion swept Imperial ' highness says: As tlio shades or evoHltv,? foil. To make, to somo extent across Alphonsc'B face, maklug it almost 1 gU7ed on tho lovely maiden, And lch evil Liver Entranced by her beauty's spell. clean. A running or harmlossriver without him. Thero "Sho could not live merriment" Tho balmy cvenlnpr zephyrs reward? Who will bo a reward. What A nobler task than making evil liver3 Played with each gofdeu tress; harmless morriment no person,, Aud hor ajiuro oyos wero swimming EilOr could not speak what he only riversoroflayman, could take upon himself. king Alpfiongn lu a fccti of tenderness. Tho liver among tho nncionts was considdared to hop& Her lips, lust slhrhtly parted, tho source For months hd g waited an opportunita, ered the chancesof alia man's evil Impulses, Wero tinged with the coral's tlame. that, and are ten to one And 1 thought that her cheeks' bright finally one day It cault one's liver is in nn ugly condition of disblushes A muftlcd shriek, a din.' thud, and Juno if content, someone's head will be mashed, Tho hue of tho roto would shame. was his. boforo night foud&,1 "opes- Success had crowned his " How's your livor?" is equivalent to the Vhlle pazinff In admiration Ut6S, On tho rare and radiant inquiry: Are you a boar or an angel tothought sweetest tnusio only I CHAPTEll IV. day! Through those coral lips could page. of the VrilDDINO I1BLL3. -- tions for divorce, the curtain lect-,- ,' But a sudtlon chancre camo o'er her, Tito next day society was shaken to ltd ,i.A Gone was tho siiillo so bland: h far"ily rows, not to speak of foundations. aid other calamities aro And sliu frinoto in sudilnn anger Adricnuetto's pug had been stolcii. The back of her lily hand. irritating effect of the In- SSmptSdby Liveried couriers uro dispatched hlthof A nd din cried: " Ha! ha! I've got you. ' nnd thither. You'll trouble my jhhco no'morc; I'inkerton's entire Jdotcctivo agency was You're the same blHincd old mosquito DISENCHANTMENT. Years ago was attacked with the most Intense and deathly pains In my back and Rochester. Juno 1 Narrow Escape. 1. 1SS2. "Ten 1 " "- Mno-tent- hs "pure-eussednesa- ." mur-YJ- rl' 0 t MAJon-OnxKUA- L cur-'re- nt -0 to-da- y. "P f i'f 1 Stock-breed- er ten-hour- s' 1,200,-00- tiht-gl- rl tit Ice-crea-m lutx-I- . 3fc eye-sig- ht high-tone- TAEESftJ i"n,BiL.ni COLDS iN HEAD m FEVER. TTU-'f- Itiiln--.f- oear-Ini- C0-I'rio- o n-- t night-sweat- s, anico-lookin- ice-crea-m $:!f447-00- ..... -- ni .. j . , two-thir- ds good-for-nothi- USl Llsba W-l- la 1 - Adri-ennott- o. V - Crtttlc-Couunon- ?:: -- K. :. HOGS-Com- mou el corn-cake- s. V.cnnClvSf i spit-bal- ls Times-Democra- t. &BIO full-blo- od WflON six-shoot- tstrf!rf" -- half-coc- nrni-cha- ir s tid-bit- s. ess LAKU-Ste- aiiJ to-da- y, ovi-den- ce t ll Lnrd-Rctl- ned J xi;zx&i; No LE PAGE'S LIQUID SLUE. o Flowr-JLj- Jo. pro-sid- court-plast- er mlld-face- Ice-m- -- O- 5-lt- 5tt AXLE GREASE. t" FRAZER v... mild-face- mild-face- d -- e. i Hah m AJi-K-- WI-- o. Gar-ric- k, Adl-cp- j. M.U-Auro- ra, r i.r. ;- nt s. five-ce- nt yJa A Clear Skin a a at . gas-met- er Did you Sup, ", bed-roo- m old-tim- i.i I , i .' -- i- ; ""' SB. jjjL "2R2StoWWS jwmrvf-vr- - --- taiiife,imTrimjaagiyju iCmmay Tho counties in Kentucky uiiuwu sib iiiu j. uruuuou," areso known bocauso they were included in tho territory purceased from CYPRESS tho Indians in the year 1828. Tho in purcnaso was made by ucn. JackAll heart Cvnress Shinclex. every rcspccU kept connantlv on hand," son, acting as commissioner for and for sale at lowest prices.tho United States Government II. MJCIIANAN. Kptll and the price ho paid the ludiauB TLEGANt new and cheap JRIISEY3 was G0,00. The territory bought included the Kentucky counties J2j for Ladies and Mivs, at aug23iw J. AitBKima Sons. west of the Tennessee river, near ly all of "West Tennessee, and a line of School Books ond Schoo large portion of North Mississip pi, it tta&uwutu uj wiieu tribes Supplies, at LOCAL NEWS. fint-clcw IR'1 ' IZytlv&liliobia. MooitE & Landrum's. aug2S-3- w Dakota lias already had a buow storm. Seo the advertisement of J. Amborg's Sous, iu this issue. Drouth has iojured the toba co seriously iu boiuo parts Kentucky. St. John claims that the temperance voto will bo everywhere larger this year than ever boforo The Union City fair commences October th and closes the lUth. The prospects for a good lair arc encouraging. A fire at Martin, last week, destroyed Dotsou's livery stable. Lo vclaco & Co'u warohouso, and tU or buildings. Loss about 53,U00. Goo. W. Bailfc, of Koutucky, Jfeaid to be tho: greatest hviug .tom- HPicraneo orator, is delighting the , ilouteagle people-witstirring eloquence. his soul- - increase, tho jurisdiction of her City Court to S3U0. Tho request should bo granted. --2f. B. Morton has purchased Ids partner's, Mr. U. F. Scale's, in terest hi the Advance at Union City, and will conduct tho papor hereafter. Tennessee has started in to outrival Kentucky in bloodshed and lawlessness. Kuo.willo and ChaUauooga each reveled In a jnob this week. Tho citizenB of Pulton will petition tho next Legislature to Evans villts, I:td., Sept. 8. iscws has just reached this city Bryan, Brown Shoo Go's Blue Todd county, Ky., giving Ribbon Shoes are the best school-shoefrom tho details of tho horrible death ever put upon the market. of Reuben Bailoy, a wealthy farm- Parents will do well to examine er. Mr. Bailey on tho morning of them. Have your children wear" April 11, while in his barn attend- them and your shoe bills will be ing to his stock, was attacked by Thoy can bo reduced. a mad dog and received a bad bite greatly Buchanan's. through tuc tiiumu. no at onee found only at H. uutil you have Don't buy any others took every precaution against hy drophobia. The wound was cau seen the Blue Ribbon Shoes. terized and part ot tno thumb Made We will taken off. Not satisfied, ho re- Boots and warrant oxr Otom First- Choc-taware They of Indians, the Cherokccs, Sheet to Ilopkiusvillo and had a and Scminolcs, and those paired Gluts. applied to tho wound. mad tribes had previously exchanged Tho stone gavo Mr. Bailoy no J. AHBERG'S SONS. wound their "reservations" in Alabama further pain until Saturday night, Frcsli for it. Why the name of "Tne Aug. 29; whon his thumb begau Purchase" adheres to tho Ken- to pain him. The pain continued CANNED GOOD3, PICKLES, (bottles all other kinda, at tucky counties, and not to the increase, and by tho following and ia barrels,) aad eeptll-3J. W. ROGERS'. Tenncssoo and Mississippi terri- to l Monday extended up the arm and tory obtained by Jackson in the throngli?his chest, and unmistakaOYSTERS ! salno transaction, we cannot ex ble signs of hydrophobia appearplain, unless because local politi- ed. Hoi found it iuipossiblo to THE freshest and best Oysters by the cians havo kept it alivo in Ken- swallow, and convulsions com- can, or served at any hour, and in any tucky. Tho years before tho war, menced and grew intense and fre- way desired, always to bo had during tho season, at tho Ilickman CoirniEK advocated quent. "On Wednesday morning present patronage tite ladies solicited, aud of The the organization of a new State Bailoy, realizing his condition, jcialj arrangement fer their polite atout of tho portions of Kentucky, made his will and prepared to dio. tention. LACLEDE HOUSE. wptll Tenncssoo and Mississippi, de- lie grc rapidly worse, and durin the purchaso by Jack ing spasms Wednesday night it scribed , is son, and the proposition was gen took threo men to hold him, aud BtirSIttfciiiuo, the drug now located in Moore & Landrura erally discussed by the press and they fcjund it necessary to tie him store. His skill and reliability Iras been very generally favored bv tho peo with rftpos. Betwcon those spells proven, and he is located here permanently pie in tho territory to bo embraced thcrowcro lucid intervals, during to always make good hi promises. in tho proposed new State. After whicA tho poor man prayed for ISacSiet Mackerel tho "war tho proposition was re deafli. Ho lived through tho day vivod and progressed so far that Thursday and oxpirod in the oveii-iii- The best quality, at a delegate convention was assemJ. W. ROGERS'. in ono of his horrible convul- eeftll-S- t bled at Jacksoiij.'Xenn., which Xppk sions. Cep- The Laim Sgk, $& Utdluiatory stepg for forming tho OUxd&y at Mt Ladies and now State, and resolved to caljut J. ASIBSBG'g SoNg. tho State of Jackson. Tho kndn The frolicsome cyclowB ie hold- SeptllAt Congress ing its equinoctial revels far east opposition of the then has RurnRgKitta, the of tho United States to tho re- of tho Mississippi this year. established it reputation as a skillful workmission of a new Democratic While tho rains aro falling gently man second to no oae in his Use, avd hunState, summarily, abeolutoly, awtl over the occidental soction of tho dreds for whom he has done work vlll evfc porhaps forover, squelched the valley, tho tornado is tossing the denoe his reliability. Call Rt Jloore & s , movement. Jf any one knows of Michigan and LiiBdrum's. anything more, or different as Ho tumbling Ohio towns into heaps Jj jfon vxint a modtl fitting Sint o tho history of tho "Purchase," let of ruins. ' Good Clothing, just go and tee the them speak out. stock at In seventy-f- i verities and towns stptn-tS- t A "YVnlMtig Skeleton. J. Amberg's Sons. liMr. E Snrincrer. of Mechanicsburg. "Pa of Wisconsin, sinco tho liquor 1 was afflicted with lunjt fever cense fco was raised from 675 to writes: t lit Best CJsew-G- o IiT and nbsensa en lunrs. and reduced lo o ?20"aycar, tho number of saloons tealkini SktUten. Got a free trial bottle of has fallen off 435. But tlrt amount Sogers', aad bay B. F. Gravely to Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, increassept 11 3t which did me so much good that I bought received for licensos has a dollar bott'.e. After using three botllea, ed more than s s, Wateh-makerg WatCR-makt- QITY ITEMS. ";' ;P"1' " V" .,. ;, - - . JSi ft trJ B2 3''E2agl ' OF ;"'" i,i- 1W PALL Willi! WILL BEJN iSPXaro-- t r, farm-house- We have received our stock of Men's, Youth's and Boy,s Clothing for fall and winter, and we are oQcrinrflt at very low prices. We have a very large line, which embraces all the desirable styles in Cassimeres, Worsteds, and Corkscrews. Parties Jdesiring to purchaso a emit wm surety consult ttteir own interests by calling at headquarters. Our stock of 1? ootwear, iorlaree and small, is the most complete of ny firm ot the rurchase. Our best goods are all warranted. Our prices this season on Jeans aud Flannels will attract your attention. We will close out halanco of Spring and Summer goods regard-los- s of prices. Call and secure some rare bargains. BroSa s$b Cc - t ! ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. f tat. MASS: Wa STJPssnsra I23- mv&Btt - u . OF 3LIKS FaCEL Purity IN TONE ( Combines Volume "Withand Swootnoac. 31aatioity IN TOUCH Combines Lightnese, and Pliancy. and beat Workm,nshl. FINISH Combines Beautiful Deijjrn I3s X J-J- $22-1,00- I If The solo defenso of a Wyoming Tho Courier has boon shown Mess & ShaWs. murderer was tho worthleesnoss this week a curiosity in tho shape of tho man murdered and although of a hen egg, soft shell, shaped We mill vnt a stylish Hat on von, the judgo ruled that that was no and dres you in body, head, neck and beak, like ItESPKCTS it Ib a 3tn.tolilcs8 of Those "vrJi one of our late ttyte 3IunuiUQtni'cd to Jleet the Wants Instrument, an.ili, legal excuse for tho act, tho jury butts; alto, a gosling, with the addition of a TJofcflro to ln tlie 3533rX' PIANO thut can ho fit pott wtfh a Custom t Mr. Gcorgo Johnson, of this acquitted him. long caudal appendage. aiaUositaltoasounblo l'rloe.; Made pair of Boot or Shoes, for less county, nt Miss Fannie money than yon think tea can. Gome iron h.a.:l.:e ny. For fresh oysters, the finest of Hickman county, were and see. Council PvoccctliKRB. ' mid best, by tho win, or served to married in tho court house yard, T. F, WILBURN & CO., teptllAt J. AMHEitays Sons, order, at any hour, call at tho La- Sunday last, tho ceremony being Hickman, Ky., Sept. 3, 1S85. clede. Tho patronage of ladies performed by Judge R. S.Murrcll. Agts. for R. DORMAN & CO., Nashville, Timi ForSaso. j Council met. Present, Mayor Landrnra ; solicited, and special arrangement The happy couple were attended Councilmen Bcckman, Case, French, and A goad porlabJo 8AW MILL, 26 horaa EVERY PIANO WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, power, and ia good condition. AUcFOUU lor thci? polite attention. by an escort of young ladies and RftBifige. witness The minutes of the last meeting were MOLES snd Log Wagon ; aad 7 .Yoke I The gamblers of Omaha have gentlemen in buggies to gallant read, approved end signed. Oxen, Wseonii, Cbainn, &c , completo. For further laiormauon, ppty to or dlrees, made a proposition to tho city the iovous nuptials. Tho have TREAKCRES'S H.ETOKX. if they aro not interfered groom and beautiful bride wishthat The Treasurer's report for August was SSohcow, Ky. with for one year they will pay for the congratulations and well for presented, and on motion, was eecopted and wjgl4-1yk fk sjfe es of a multitude of friends, approved. all street improvements uud keep &c. , GUI?. Kew Stock of Men's, long life, prosperity, up the waterworks. KSLEASED. Youth's, Boy's aud Children's On motion, ordered that the essesment Thousand Sny .do. Miss Bcllo Fortune left MonClothing, for Fall and Winter ! W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes against S. W. Lauderdale, guardian for day, to attend tho 2srcw England ".Vv your Elec- - Meyers heirs bo stricken from the tax book, wear, baa been received. We are recommend "I Conservatory ot Music, xsoston, tric never Lesitata tocustomers, they give en it having been improperly assessed. carrying tho largest and most comu'tters' to my Ji Muss. She will bo absent until ' tire satiefftction and r.re rapid sellors." ACCOUNTS AttOWEDir3& : & V plete stock of Clothing in tho city. Q. M. Wil .Tune irext.i after which tunc she Electric Bitters are the purest and best On motion the account of luvery ouit eustom-ruad- e and permay rotutnio teaching in Hickman medicine known and will positiTcly cure Lburn, for S4.75, was ordered paid i fect fitting; Liver complain 's. Purify the Kidnevnnd AVKS82. &?-- : tho blood and resrulate the bowels. No family On motion,3CO?COW that a chock for 16 Our prices are the lowest. Call 'jS Look out for frost about ordered wjll this mouth. The old SUy- - can afford to be without them. They mils be iwued to E. Pardon for enrvesy ef Mos- and exammo them, and save from 22lld of we are now prepared to oiler the citizens of Hiokruan'and ufr(mii: oflollara in doctors ing is that DO daj.s from the lirst sftvehnadredsSold at fifty cent & bottle by cow Avenue. 2 to $5 on a Suit by bnying from every year. ing country and towns the largest and best appearance of the katjdid, frost Moore & Landrum. 91DS WALKS. us. H. BUCHANAN. Wc ilfeell for tho noxt 30 days, FOR CASH, our entire stock, ot comes. So tho katydid did holorderod that the City MarOn motion, "lr Ka? r L k4? , low Mii the 22nd of June this year. Carpets and Oil Cloths ran be bought A dispatch from Wheeling, shal servo the usual notice onthc following Class-rareW3od25.- and lot owners to repair their 'The disease which Captain Clark, well known to W. Va., oays:Clay county is spread- curbs within 20 dars from notiee, failing very low. Vome and see. we.se, Etc., 2Sto. 1 appeared in J. AMBKBO'S SOKS. ever placed on our buuters. Wo have taken great pains in select)- this community as a Nursery ing, and additional deaths arc re which, the Ms ratal will proceed to have teyt the same done at their expense 38 Heating Stoves. SI Kccrs Nails, our goods, and as tlicy were all bought before the recent advance, ;ve' agent, died, Monday, at his home, Choiee Family Groceries altoays on 25 Cook Stoves, Kenregion where the Montgomery, W. side, lot 27 Sugar Kettles, can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite th ladies ia at Crystal, Obion county. Also, ported. Tho appeared is in the tucky street; L. L. Underwood, east side hand, and trill sell as low as can he 1 Buckeye Forec Pump, JU Doz. Axes, on the same, day, near Clayton, scourjro has part of tho county lot No. 32, Kentucky street ; W. 1. Towell, bought is any market. 2 Cows, see our stock of 2 Horses, Spring Wagon, 13 Clocks, ;' southeastern Mr. Klialui Clear, died of liux. cart side, lot 41, Kentucky street; Mrs. J. teptl 1 Dwelling House. 2 Business Houses, Wagon, New . AMBERG'S SOKS- J in tho tho Union aud Pleasant Frcnz, east side, lot No. 21, Cumberland CLOAKS, All will be sold at cost and les. It is said that Mormon miss- districts between Nicholas and street ; R. B. lireard, guardian, west side, For Kent. JERSEYS, At lirst the lot No. 20. Cumberland street. .I ionaries in Europe studiously Kanawha counties. The eplended store room on Clinton ..!: .. .' r. .. DRESS GOODS, was supposed to be flux, On mouon,VX)uiH:iii sunmruiu. C. avoid all allusion to tho practice disease street, Utely occupied by Alexander & B. E. MILLET, a Attest TRBIMINGC but that theory has boon abandon Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, of iolygamy' aud that most of and the late novelties in LACES, EMBROIDERIES, t)icir converts are itruorant that ed. It is described as resembling ea rcassHable terms. Apply to TlJr jgt GARDNER. E. NECKWE& "SATURDAY NIGHT OR FEAV DAYS, WILL NOT DO." it is one of tho tenets of their cholera. There aro only about 100 Teacher's Asseciuilu. affected, aim persons in the region creed. Shoes aad. Boots cheeper now than "W. & CO. All goods as represented. Call and see them. The Fulton County Teacher's Aseoeialtoa i ot tneso navo uieu m tuu last ever, but don't you believe this until you Mr. Ed Prathor one of the two weeks. convenes at Fulton, on Saturday, the l2tb come and see for yourselves, AHpofs6us indebted to above firm must settle at once, or the claims m ost popular joung men in the The following is the programme . '.? teptl 2 J. AMBSRQ'g SOKS. will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. county, has accepted a position as I'&JLur&h Agitation for Tax By J. ". Samtdsra. sepW J.W.C.&CO. Vocal Music By B. 0. Caldwell. & 8H AW m selling No. 10 a salesman in the dry goods honso with a 'IT 80UTJ1 BEND CHILLED PLOWS Alexander & Maxwell, where Will open tip tho Millinery peason to nor C. School Furniture and Apparatus By 3 of adding daily boom Ward. his friends and acquaintances regnlarand welland is stock fresh and School Amusements By C. B. King fer $7M. Sow is the time to buy.Shaw. assorted large Mess & in man. hereafter can always find him. beautiful Novelties never before DEALBB X2ST the market. And for the inspection of Keport of Progress By districts. r, Bartingame, is A gang of counterfeiters have which a cordial invitation is extended to As all tho friends of education are anx Tito . permanently in Hickman; and if he been engaged flooding tho towns all ; as nothing shall be loft undone to ious to sen what improvement have been fixes your watch, is always at home to her customers with the very bet made, after the intsrestinK and instructive prove the reliability of his work. along the Ohio and Mississippi, Fi3SS66- tho Eaatcrn ruarketa afford, and at l'"8 lessona given uy itoi. menaru, i w with counterfeit half dollars. A upecial announcement of tne sals ess a large attendance is expected. Money saved by buying of, Prank Clark, the leader, is under to suit all. regular opening day will be given next This Asgoeiation meetn on tlw 2nd SatLAOT BKO2. & CO. in Paducah, and mado n week. AND.. nrrest urday in each month. The meeting in PATENT confession. Look out for bad half BLAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," TO October will be lield west of the MebHe "1 I? All kinds of Disiafeetants Chloride of reqnires'but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the dollars. A JtOB visited tho jail at and Ohio railroad. The teachers hope to AH&ffiifi2 for orrranizoa Ueadinir Circle in conneeUoa Lime, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, claim with the proof is a more difficult Ark., Sunday night, matter. None of my would-b- e With all tho talk of "hard Chloride of Soda. For sale t InTE"W tho two with the Association. of executing COWULLL'S Drug Stare. rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the IVIEBlGiNSESl! times" there iB, this year, much tho pufposo convicted of murder. If a wish to be fullr benefitted by the in progress in Polk boys, well be more improvement best.0 ' "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when SEWING MACHINES party, nnablo to gam work begun at tho Institute, it will and present, Pulton county, than for many years Tho lynching tho prison, sot it on for evtry teacher to beuduCtttion Will all Don'l forget that Salmon's & ITaas asked any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" be Host Choler remedies are guaranteed to trusters nnil friends of A.N-ID past. Go in any direction in this admission to jisrxvr J. it. S. stop the Cholera among. hogs ani Keep goods. "This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish iire. destroying the lives of the welcomed. county and you seo new housos, them irom taking u, or money reimmea, to make thdm go by "blowing," but it i3 not my way. dwellings, barns, stables, tene nrisonors. as well as tho bnildinffr by trials, victims ment houses, new fences, &c. Tho rosultiughad had several The TOILET KRTICLES J. W. COYGILL) Druggist. , in Conviction. all "When a peoplo can make all these recently aimprovements it is time to quit State Supremo Court Sniporintit to SliipporH ana granted them another trial. &c, &c., ifcc talking "hard times." Fanners. &c, &c &0& is thathinglthatj tells, and 1 propose to duplicate xLOW PRICES7&Z FJMSASASTC A MUSE & SIIAW announce to the public witl?first-cfis- s Tho inequality of assessments If Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, The carocr of tho desperado in that they are prMired to handle any and bebrill-iaucounty assessors is made by FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci- - all kinda of prWuo for shipment by river andRnakcs horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you ESTPrcscripUona filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'cioci Arkansas or Texas may tho assessment of Ten or rail. Special attention sirtn to the knoy v&hat good $ CfliNlTURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want but is snro to bo briofTJie jars and Tobncoo, of tho best brands. Broeck, tho groat race horse, at Polk brothers were roasted to I'atronajte solicited. shipment o fruit?. All busineM entrusted thefesti give me a call and will show you. I tf nov to their care will have prompt attention. 6150, when only recently 8100,000 death in jail tho other day by an Diamond Sewing Machine, the rgni also agent for the Will keep plenty of barrels and fruit boxoa owner, Arkansas mob, and tho LeOjhroth-cr- s was refused for him by his ladififjfrieud. on hand. Ordinary horses in Mr. Harper. were shot to death in at fight Iv. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will dumany counties aro assessed at with threo oflicers on a Texas HOW TO SAVE IjONEY L Tho greatest variety of Ladies and Mias; plicate 0 W JPRICESr&Z Customers politely served on short no$100. It shows that inefficient prairie Monday. When tho supea Shoos, at PLAUT'S, warranted. If fail to tice. Store across tho street from Holcombc's new drug store. officers fill offices of iinportanco ply of desperadoes gives out, there be given Ve aro Wholesale Headquarters for al give satisfaction another pair will Respectfully, f Also GODSUAW & and trust. or money refunded is no telling what tho grades of PLAUT'S Hand Sewod for men warrant? Toxas will do for sport. Tim teachers and scholars of of The old, popular aud always reliable Hardwarehouse of ed. aro CBSWIHi IWm TOBACCO &8& C1M&S Knsh Creole Sunday-schoo"Tins chilly weather makes mo Do you want a TIirwESIIING MAnrenarhur for a Sunday-schoo- l think of my poor, dead husband," and will job to dealers only at Factory CHINE. SAW MILL. STKAM ENGINE, and picnic, Wednescelebration as she sat down beSORGHUM HILL, COTTON GIN, CORN day next. It will bo an interest- said aawidow, close to the stovo. prices; also the CllUSIIKR, or anything in the machinery lady side ing occasion. Somo of tho choicest "Ho was always so cold, poor man, lias a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardwa. line? If you do, go to MUSE & SUA W Denial StcUhnd lum: Scotch Ssuf, Mrs. Dr. offered at ladies of tho counts, and eel their priocs. They re amenta for UBcd to shiver and vrondcr tkii jtLiWll bgiaaigi which are Sam Luton, Mrs. Israel Clark, tho and ho would got warm through. th3 best in the market. "Ve also keep tlte Kinjpland, Fergnaou & Oo', Machine"TiJBtii"1i """2l EfirJ" ""Vjj mi X',, Misses jSoonans, McGhcos, and if ho ever iniscrablo whon;ho was constantly on hand n choice selection ry and Mill Supplies. gnxao V C i 1 aro in charge of the prop He was so of others,, ffla xa sa- Ruclilcn'.s Arnica Bnlve. crSae Wm.i.rwg cold, poor man, but it is great SUCCESSORS TO GROCERIES, arations. Tkk Bht Salvk in the work! for Cub?, comfort to me to feel thai hois FAMILY CONFECTIONERIES, Soros.Ukerg, Salt Rhem, Fever Braises. and that tlie very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed t Tho list of "loading papers happy now." AND FRUITS, Sores, Tetter, Chappesl Hands, Chilblains, IPORTU3STE & coivrP-Asre- . favoring tho revolutionary short be exactly as represented. which wo will.cll very low for tho cash. Uorns. nud an bkin Krupnonfl, anu noei constituTho merchant who advertises routo of changing tho W- lively enree 1'ilm. or uo pav renuiretl. 13 It 1'lease call and see us. i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction; tion doos not include tho Hick- sells more goods than thomorch-an- t DRUQS.MEDICINES, ROOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplids. Price 25 cents per or money rafundetl. who does not, and caa conseman Courier, tho oldeBt paper in m Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUtiGfSTS & LANDRU.M3 ;bor. For Sale at MOORE tho First district, whoso editor is quently offer to sell cheaper, and Be y 1 kaGi Mi23iI3ai SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, pgJM reckoned ono of the clearest heads then in the aggregate mako tho $ Agents for the White sewing machine. specia: pjoticc. FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE 1; in tho State, and who has fought largest profits. It is for this reawines and liquors for medical use. All nraons indebtd to the firm of Bon-- . Democracy, law and son it always pays to traflo with The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employer tho battles of SUBURBAN' RESIDENCE, aben forward k Drowry, Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calla at Moore & Tho. attention of builders especially desired as this house will give aj I many years. Whon the stores that advertise!! ONE Acres. Six Itoows, Two Cis durantearly day. wxll idea come order; these and make Mttlement. at an ,. l cial intluccmentsi you aro making up a list of revotcm, Oood Well.'Spring, Stables, Orchard i OSes at E. Collina' dritgator Alexander, iiauurnm'a. Correspondence solicited. & Maxwair k eiu stanu. Conbad B. Day whojjjeaits tlio &c Apply-tlutionists, do not include tho ed' J? Ji. GEO.&BBLMr KBESORIJPTIOjSTS A. SECI-lLTr- . BONDUftANT A DREWKY. itor of the Courier. Paducah Democratic tiokot in Pcmisvlvauia Iliokaanl Ky. uiayllSSS-Gi- n Hickmmii, Ky, Feb- 12, 188ft. , V jvs ismaking his first racc.foW)flibo. Standard. - found myself once more a man, completely restored to health, vrnh a hearty apnemc, and a gain in flesh of 43 pounds" Gall at Moore & Landruni'a Drug Store and get a tree trial bottle of thia certain cure for all Lung Disease. Large bottles 51.00. CHOICE lot of kerned per pound, at Bee5 for Mau-gru- m, -- 'V- o 2t w W gl S Xh-.- . 'J. - ! ,. - :f r satisihcdoB-gu&raittce- d. ! r,-- -- "V".-'- C V- eide-wa'- ks USasda:?, Tia'cars, I-9- vi ri Tl 1-- 8 : No-1- 1-- m -- -- -- ITH1 -- - J. COEMAN J. AMBEEG'S SONS 3o33Ls for-nisf- 1-- . J.JW. OOWGILL. Watch-make- loea-te- d i a rmuGrSj Hiir-freosbor- o, SOME ifrti. fo-giv- -- w - PAINTO EETHE'SALOON, isesokt. 14-- 3mMf TT J T BTiTa,:VM light-runni- ng - y I Hi lil IU 4 smmrm.'mefmM. cvi-doncod- t, t-- man-hunter- s ' l, Br. ' - t - IDE-ft-IBIR- S xy H9 . i e? o ii&i2i-yillUJ-f- - ?. ;4' "If i oA-s- . rV- -" J- - r-- m trl "f &.-- 'V iiiiHi 8 &H Ki2 A K ,v a u sg&i h i3 isfr H dsEfeaAfcl ! WW . IXI B sfc lr M 4;y W - 33S Vaa- I'XS iSSw?g2SfiKSi i srlir er 4&2W aTTa Ja J3& Jaxl 333S2 sTg 3 a- - & n jTzPJbt oF M H $I - a " Ik a 5f' all iri n3afi ' v '0"W 33 TRTTcrra. eSOEXrVIEnD :? j P m&g? I! r6h-- viSfe5?7 wt i s. - . v it:9l. ituii fifes VZ- : .? - ' ., ' "A.'iV'.ii. p JFyh-a .""ffla-- TTW: , r i Every boat brings new goods. "We will show the handsomest, largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, ShoeqEats and Caps, Cloehing, &c, ever jf seen in Hickman. ASjUSUAL, our prices are the lowest From 10 to 20 per cent, less thaa you can buy them elsewhere. JfcL BUCHANAN. FAS52503fAI5SE the mmis mmim. TillSF. ATALKWIl'HHIGGINSHq - THE FUNERALS OF GRESSMEN. Abuse. CON- - HANGED BY A MOB TO FLEEING FROM DEATH. A C;OSFIRSSE Discloso3 m It 1 A mombor of Congress dies of Escaping Among tliQ Timber!? or Burn Them In Tucfr SHOP. North "Ve?t corner of Mown ZJoveiR. malaria fever or of pneumonia. And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , In cither case tho fault is laid to ..W Here. He is Riddled. ESySatigfaction guaranteed. .ttaiiwts1 Springs, Wy., Sept. !. tho climato of Washington, to tho April. JK I rOTt7frUnvT'fortlift first time m MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, - rotomac Hats, or to tho piercing xnv years, thero was not a Chi- winds which swoop tho broad av Tho Wounded Man Falls Eigh Continuing Five Months. uuixan in Bock Springs' streets enues. In early timos, when mom- ty Foot to tho River THE BARTER GR0CERY- except thodead and wounded. Tho Tho ooureo of study, iuoludlng thorough primarj wort in English branches. bors woro paid 0 a day, and whilo Bolow. five or six hundred who were at Crock, Ocnnan, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, Congrcsssat at Now York or PhilLatint "RXR. J. jr. MONTGOMERY, work in the mines hero havo been Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. adelphia, tho family of tho de- Special to the to his friends and the Dublic tii&t Eapccial attention is dovolcd to tho preparation of studonta for college, and young he has opened a driven out, ftnd nothing but heaps ceased paid tho funeral expenses new and fresh suppfy of Knoxyille, Tknk Sept. 4. of ruins mark tho spot where Chi- men for business. "." all kinds of Family Groceeies, which ho without a murmur or a thought about 10:30 o'clock a largo will soil as low aa the lowest. He is that Congress ought to foot tho body or masked men passed down na town stood. The feeling against at oil times to exchange Groceries nl bill. It was impossible for tho Gay stroot in the direction of the tho Chinese has been growing cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, 'or stronger all summer. Tho fact framers of tho Constitution, and jail, and thoy marched iu rogular any kind of marketing that the fftreung TUITION: for those who were contomporarv step, and wore joined at various that tho white men had been turn friends raay bring in. The higheet mar .. 53 00 ket price always paid. with that ovent, to imagine that points along tho street by at loast ed oft the sections and hundreds Primary Pupils per month..., " .... 4 00 J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRQ, they had authority to vote tho L'OO citizons. Tho mob appcarod of white mon were seeking in vain Intermediate " .... COO money of tho pooplo to any pri- at the jail in perfect order, except for work, whilo the Chinoso woro Advanced vate purpose They lot the dead the firing of pistols and a few being shipped in by the car load bury their dead, and tho most yells. Tho Jailer surrendered tho and given work, strengthened tho and they felt authorized to do was to keys to tho main entrance and the feeling against them. It needed pass a resolution of respect and crowd thon broke through the but littlo to incite this feoling into IIickmah, Kv., Ang.7, 18S5. 3d & attend the funeral. But in this door of tho cell containing Leo an active crusade against tho ChiKENTUCKY STREET, ago the funeral oxponses of Con- Sellers, tho young man chargod nese and precipitate the littlo batgressmen and officials cost as with the murder and robbing ot tle of Wednesday at !No. G mino, constantly on hand fcrkis fir EEPS gale about ono milo north of town. much as the whole civil service in Edgar Mnincs last Tuesday B. and HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. 8omo mi8muierfltamlin t3 Washington's day. It is said in Jwii- l Illtli) UUbt UI UIW wH.,). Having purchased the etable, imsts no invidious spirit, but tho fact is U'ii) had a knifo in his possession, two Chinamen took a room in tho ors and entire ontSt of W. B. Plnmwjr worthy of mention, that tho ill- and whon one of the vigilantes mine belonging to two white mon wo propose to continue tho business, vj(J solicit patronage ness, the funeral oxponses, and committee went into tho call to When the white men enmo thoy tho gratuity to tho family of Mr. adjust the handcuffs, ho gave him ordered them out. They would Garfield cost tho Government two or three serious stabs. Both not go and a fight onsued, which $75,000. It was with moro reason were soon covered with blood, was participated in by nearly all m pS Bgg W. DIESTELBRINK 2sg that thoso oxponses were assumed and tho masked vigilants shot at the whites and Chinamon in tho mines. Tho Chinamen UUVO OCOI1 paSS than in ordinary cases. Still, thero Sellers twico, without inflicting a frn Mm rnirnShff nnin wnc wrif f nn C31CU aiUl rCllllCU g? Board had stolen a money order c? over ad retained in thoir old was no constitutional warrant for serious wound. Tho mob passed were worsted in TIIE FIG ITT, .. i TilnnOR. Ynn tunw Tlint is tint n tho expenditure. no .i to tho mid- and four of them woro badly ior ojuo. tt inaci iueen (lismissPU: : and of the Iiy, The funeral oxponses paid out out of tho Tennessoo river. wounded, ono of whom has since from tho service before the theft imr "vvav, of doing things. dle wns dAfPfttnil iinnAiiRn of iiin nt.imr as result of this manner of pro- of tho public Treasury for s A ropo was placed around the died. The white minors thon came O space to Basse a41 artislsSj wHBiran.n.i tn Rt. T.nn.: motion there are not now in the of a recent Congress tho crimiuai'B neck whilo ho was yet out, armed themselves with firen trouble to shew cmuI?. or Forty-sixtis and there arrested. Ho is now treasury department more than Forty-fiftwere in tho norritlor of tho kill. IIo arms, and notified tho mon in the andoaae and sec, at tha earner ci Tr3 iu jail in Santa Fe awaiting trial." So per cent, of tho clerks who quite equal to the pay of tho First w.ww. with firm. fnlilod. , nndiiiover ' Other throe mines to come out m Rtnnd ...... ....... Rnu .uooeow Avenue. Uat HUkiajt y havo passed an examination. In Congross. It is now the rule, al timcued au men wimo tuc, Knot tho afternoon. my, office alone thoro aro sevenwas each Francis Murpiiy, tho temper- teen clerks, not ono of whom has so, lor of the House to assumo pay was being arranged. He palled in Meantime, nilThe flagexcitement ment funeral expenses of for a drink of water boforoleav-inwas hoistChinatown. nnco apostle, will begin a campaign been examined.7 its employees, clerks, doorkoep-ers- , ITis pshcs ed as a warning, and tho Chincso for tho bridge. in Cleveland early in September. "Why don't you dismiss these MAMILY and messengers ; and, three were complied with. After reach- working in different parts of tho illiterate clerks you mentioned or four years ago, a messenger ing the middle of tho briile, the camp fled to their quartors. After nfanipv 0ott itT1.:lTJ!fPTThe normal democratic majori1 ty in Mississippi is estimated by and promote tho deserving ones!" was buried at an expense of 100, mob halted and demandeda con- dinner tho saloon closed, and no MMM "Under the civil scrvico rules a sum equal to a year's salary of a fession. Sollcra refused (DAVIS OLD STAKU-a a g a liquor has been sold since then. the 2Tew Orleans Picayune at 20, we can't dismiss . clerks unless All kinds of clerk in Washington's time. Now, word, and tho ropo was jJaced Tho miners gathered on tho front 000, charges are preferred against if omployces of Congress aro e ovor a cross-beaabout twenty-tw- streets, about one hundred of STAPLE AND ALSO KEEPS flmm nnil it wnntil- in ttnrii tn GROCEBffiB to tho honor of bnrial at tho feet above the floor. Ife whs them, armed with guns, revolvers, ,GoTFOADL71'?s,on0ito.Lo-11g take away a woman's character public expense, why not tho ton not handcuffed, and as soen .as hatchets, and knives, ami proceeds LcHiS eually kept In a f for health, and r.,i nm - nn i. or v twelve thousand clerks in the tho nooso began to pull, up the ed toward Chinatown. Beforo on prices. of malaria a quinine aro reviv- world, and yet it is but justice to departments hero, the employees ho climbod, hand oveifhand. reaching thero U103' sent a comTSA FAN CI' CANDIES, ed. tho government, anil because I in the Custom nouses, in tho In rope gaining tho top, ho crawled mittee of threo warning tho and, PlCXtlg being (Near Railroad Dcpot to on side Chinamen to leave in an hour. The administration has escaped am just, beforo at me." kiud, tho ternal Bovcnuo service, and tho along the cross-beanewspapers howl CRANBERRIES, army of fifty or sixty thousand of tho bridge. HOlN, GSJ&3 the danger that would havo been Whilo he? was This thQy agreed to do, and started S postmasters? iuvolved.iu Ben Butler's outspokfifty shoUrwere to pack up, but in about a half an crossing, at least W o are now in tho green tree ; hour tho white mon grow impati wj zed 3a: en support- Distributing the Offlces. 3ss sv fired, nono of thorn with faial what shall wo not bo in the dry ? ent and advanced upon tho Chin - ii and lie roso to his From Iionlavill Commercial. Swgur, CoiTecs, Soa.j 3b cso quartors, shouting and firing it only necessary Frost has been reported at One of the periodical attompts in ismotion. Some to sot tho ball yelled at tho top of his voice : fervid orator 9WillBotb9 undersold. "My friends, como to md: I'm their guns in tho air. Withont Quebec for nearly a week, and of tho Frankfort Yeoman to show Will pay full price for Buttec, will appeal to the sensibilities of murdered; come quick." offering resistance the Chiuscs V fgL fra tho buckwheat crop of that coun- that no monopoly of tho offices is disilod, with whatever they could Congress in behalf of tho MANUFACTURERS OP Tho wounded man then layjdown try is totally destroyed. held by any section of Kentucky-i- s tressed family of a Collector or a on a sleeper and several ...more snatch up, to to tho hills, about a made in tho last issue of that r. Mm-Qm&EkThe Govinjrton Commonwealth paper. Tho terms "Bluegrass" Postmaster it may bo here in shots woro fired, but none of thorn milo east of tho town, tho miners says: "Tho immediate friends of and "Western Kentucky" aro not Washington and tho appropria- could hit him in the vital parts. firing at them as thoy went. Soon 3Ion. Thomas L. Jones says ho always definite, but tho State may tion will bo made. The precedent Runners wero sent to tho' city for a black smoko was seen issuing (Hickman, Ky., Cllntoc Sts,) will not bo a candidate for Gov- be divided by lines giving nso to will be set; tho wedge will be in- ladders and another rope., Tho from the peak of a house in Hong Kong, then from another, and To object will throw ernor." loss dispute, so as to show tho serted. upon tho practico as re- crowd was orderly, and but fow very soon oight or ten of the lardoubt central portion to havo been tho gards Congressional employees, people outside of those implica- gest of the houses wero in Haines. ted know anything about it. Tho Bills will bo introduced at the most fortunate in tho recent filling and as regards Congressmen. WITH FIRE AND coming session of Congress for of the offices. young men at a ball left the danA lino drawn SMOKE' tho admission of Dakota. Wash- across tho Stato at Elizabethtowu cing and followed the masked mon CONFECTIONERIES. s ington and Xow Mexico Territo- and another at Lexington will in- A VIJL1L AlOUS SIZEB2E in swallow-tails- . After the numbers of Chimamcn came woro brought two men climb- rushing from the burning buildries as States. miles clude a belt seventy-threFnfccJccl ed upon top the stringers to re- ings with blankets and bod quilts Introiluco ffHiolcrn wide, which is but a small part of To Elnlslns Kssto tho United A Nevada court hold that a thetotai length of tuc State. Tho adjust the rope. Sellers had tak- over their heads. To protect StntpK. man who has $5 in his pocket and sections boyond this bolt may bo en tho rope from around his neck themselves from stray riflo shots his board paid for a week ahead known as tho western and eastern and bogged tho crowd to kill him they followed their retreating Sa:,' Francisco, Sept. 4. Conis "a capitalist" within the mean- ends. Tho seven Stato officers his suiTcring. Theinen brothers into tho hills at the top FOR siderable excitement has been and end to take him dowiuylle of ing of tho law. their spood. A laundry in elected by tho people in 38S3 woro caused among importers of gro- started lost his hold and fell into tho'edgo town was next visited and the ofchosen from Tiie Lonisvillo Commercial as follows : tho various sections ceries of this city by statements of tho water, eighty foot beloj?. fensive inmates shot dead. All tondinc to show tho existence of sayn: "There is moro of tho spirthe employes of tho coal departKastcrn. Central. a scheme to introduce cholera init of progress in Western Wwtcrn. ment of the railroad wero ordered Regis tr GoTcrnor. fected raisins into tho United Kaalreai vs. Sicaniboafo. to leave town which they did on Kentucky than in the Bluograss Xoue. lit. Goternor. States. It appears that ono of "In my opinion," said Capt. K. Genl Attorncj section." train. During DEALEU I . Auditor. tho leading houses in tho trade on W Lightbum, tho well kiipwn the oveniug the Chinese housestho in Treasurer. night all of tho Pacific coast has advices from steamboat agent, to au Avalanche Henry Ward Beecher is said Superintendent -- And KiG woro town, numbering nearly irnbllc Initr'n. its agont in 2sow York, staling reporter, "it will not bo long until burned to tho ground. A 50, to bo hopelessly in debt, and a FAINTS r AND number thoughtless spendthrift from Tho distribution of the princi- that ono of tho largost buyers of tho railroads will force most of- tho of Chinamen who woro lading fled whom it is impossiblo for trades- pal appointive oflicos is scarcely imported raisins has just received steamboats out of business, and from tho burning buildings, : cj JESiasfcsca 2ST;, debsl-ss- t. men to collect bills. less partial. From tho west end a dispatch from Malaga, stating when thoy do it will bo a sad.day The light of Thursday morning .4 aro the Secretary of State, the that the product this year is very for many people living alougtho COXPOVNDBDl The scarcity of one and two Assistant Secretary and tho In- largo and of excellent quality, and Mississippi river and remote from revealed somo torriblo sights, in E&- PRESCRIPTIONS C A R 2 F U tho smoking cellar of two Chinseo dollar-note- s is duo to tho fact that spector of Mines. From the oast that tho presence of cholera in the railroads. Tho railroads havo Tnlie tbc blackened bodies of SfJ tho United States treasury haH end is tho Stato Geologist. To Spain will not act as an impedi- already begun to light, us iiAliQ. houses the six Chinamen were soon, threo nnspended the printing of those tho central bolt aro allotted the ment in the way of shipment to matter of fr'ei'ihtsaml'oP'courso Others wero in tho cellar of anFroosBicnaI OarSs N, C & St. L. R denominations. Adjutant General and his Assist- tho United States. This is alleged as thoy aro handled now on Saddlery aijd Harness other and four bodies woro found margin ono orjthe near by. From tho position of ant, tho .Commissioner of Agri- to havo beon accompanied by a small Gerondio, tho leader of tho culture, tho Commissioner of In- letter of William Smith, health other will soon havo to suceuniG. some, it would seem as though T. TILEK. murderons Apache Indians, now surance and his Deputy, tho Pri- official of tho port of 2sow York, Recontly I mado what I consider- they had begun to dig a hole in H. Tho to the fixm of importers, in which ed a very low bid on four s on the warpath in tho Sierra PLUMMER & FARRISS, vate Secretary to tho Governor, the themselves, but ATTORNEYS AT LAW, is reported to havo been fa- tho Treasurer's Clerk, the Ciiiof ho says that fruits gathered in tho of freight from Cincinnati libre, the cellar to hide them. lire overtook tally wounded in a Ggbt with. Uni- Glork to the Snneriutendcmt of infected districts, but packed and which was considerably below tlto - - - KENTUCKY. Jaclaon St., opposite Courier Office, points, railroad rates, but they immediate; BURNING THEIR EXTREMITIES TO niCKMAW, from ted States troops. - - - KT. JIICKMAN, Public Instruction and tho As- shipped ; attend to A CRISP sistant Auditor. Tho last Legis- will not on that account subject a ly met my figures and took it from W'ILLtheir care. all business entrusted WELL selected stock of Saddles and France insists upon having a lature oloctcd States vessel to delay at quarantine. This mo. Yes, tho good days whoa and leaving the upper portion of Officii Furniture Factory. Harness. iNew work made to order. hand in tho settlement of Egyp- Senator from tlhVsaino central refers directly to the import of there woro hundreds' of steamers thoir bodies untouched. At tho nov8'78 Prompt attention given to Call on nearest Ticket Ageat", tian affairs. If she is ignored by belt, though it was- the homo al- raisins from Malaga and Denta. plowing tho western waters are at cast end of Chinatown another England there will bo raoro war- - ready of ono Senator. It eloctod Rofcrring to theso statements, an end, and now there is but little body was found charred by tho Or Addresa of any kind. He has secured the services liko demonstrations across tho a Warden from the same section prominont men in the fruit trade monoyin the business," and .the'! flames and mutilated by hogs. of that rell known and excellent workjPIin n ui nil Tf. R. J on pr, Atlantic. nrftcn frrun tlr W..& lllw wJio nas ooen succeeded uy a and experienced packers declare captain gazed out across the riveri .llU UlUKIl tlicif ... man Uncle Bob Farrins, which of itself is Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tet., o PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, that thero is jrreat danger of tho as ii Jie longcu ioi me goouoiu smoking ruins was horrible neighbor. The west is creda guarantee of good and faithful work. TnERE is a fight ited by tho Yeoman end tho Pub- introduction of cholera microbes burning ficsh. Farther HICKMAN, apr24 G. P. & T. An Nashville, Tena. times. Memphis Avalanche. KENTUCKY being mado for tho democratic lic Printer, but that with in raisins from infected districts cast were tho bodies of four moro FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Hickman. "Tf his Professional Services to nomination for governor of New belongs to Louisviljo office 4 Chinamen shot down iu their flight- moro than of Spain, as packed fruit easily the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. York. irr. Hill, who succeeded to any western town. Of the va- absorbs microbes and retains them TTr jnnlG-'SProsidont Cleveland, promisee to rious Federal appointments mado for a great length of time. The dispatches bring particn-l- l is stated in a dispatch to tho It HICKMAN 3MRBLE WORKS DEALER IX bo a littlo too high, for Ms oppo- by President Cleveland, not of a lars concerning the shvughter.wofJ jSew York Evening Tost that tho nents to climb L. local character, onlyoue has gone Gen. Beast Butler is trying Chinamen at Rock Springs , Wy. T.J president has determined to make 0. Groceries; HICKMAN, KY. to tho west oudthat of Marshal to restrain tho President's order The minors shot down the flee- but fer more changes, and that The three candidates for the Gross. Yet tho ATTORNEY Ar ASD ALSO. ing celestials without cause and nearly or quite half the Eopubli- Yjpman cannot expelling tho cattle kings from the Speakership announced thus far see how tho western counties Indian territory. Tho 2s"ow York destroyed their properly without 'can Hooks, and s win bo rotam- Real Estate Agent ofXte, Seine, Lines,and Supplies, alKkind 33: CJ- - :E&:xra.x jg,cB; aro Dion. Charles Offntt, of Bourlishing Tackle reason. at a bar boon neglected." "havo Sun's candidate for President is True, they were goaded to desper ed. bon, thepresent Speaker. lion. W. HICKMAN, KY. gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gefi may bo thatlno' section has irrepressible, and his action is on It c DEALER IT !. Owens, of Scott, erallf- - ' Will attend promptly toallbusl 5 ot tno railroad and Hon. I. A. Spalding, of Union, any right to "complain" of unfair account of his own largo rancho, ation by tho action should have Since tho Iowa Supremo Court negg entrusted him in Southwesten Italian and American MaHelu treatment uy ot nor sections. Per- on which ho is in direct violation company, yot they docided that a man has a right to tt former member. and Northwestern , (groceries, content with driving awaV diagnose his own case and write Kontuckyattention given to Tennessee . haps any scctionfsrhich cannot of law. Ho will have to movo been MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE investiga Special tho wretched Asiatics withont un- his own prescription, tho words tion of Land titles, and the the purchase James, tho reformed take care of its owuraspirants for with tho rest. 25cts Lower than the Lowes Frank STONES. necessarily slaughtering thein.'Spts. frumenti" have come into sale of Real Estate. f jsri8 bandit, is now living on a farina office is without remedy. But if Theso unfortunate conflicts!. xnoro general uso than ever beforo I hsfe no clerk cxpeness no store ren reocived a fino lot of Arai question of tbf googmphical tho drunken man MITCHELL, few niTles frouilndcpondence ,7iIo., tho and pay eaeh for all my Groceries, and HAYING Italian Marble, I ara pjco tween labor and capital and (be- kuown. iu bad health and very poor. D7o division of tho olSces is worth who murdered his son at LOWER and LOWER. hcreforeccan sell as cheap as the cheap pared to fill all orders. Call and era' ; and foreign laborers by attempting to shoot tween native 1ir refused many offers from discussing, as tholYnoman evi et.Jj.B"t States, Sekatos All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. f.l.ar,FJour, brands of Wittenberg and Lon ur work. from the cosnlry promptl ghowmeu and says ho will end his dently deems it toibc. it is iust as an apple from his head, has. been almost always have their ongiiffi,, 25 cents cheaper than the low Orders mmrnARinn uml injustice nracttceu V. M. Gwix died in ,iNowYork as cheap as tho cheapest, I will not be . wii vw jiuw Ry25. ' days on his farm in peaco aud uiu aus uoiuiw the indicted by tho grand jury and JOHN WITTING. JOHN WITTiNtf. i undersold. years. by employers. people. JJ gridny, aged eighty quietude. jailed without bail. -. Appointment Olerk Iliccins of tho treasury department wns found 2ew York, Sept. 4. Tho Sun's Washington special says: Tho reading a copy of tho ciril service Tncts regarding tho appointment regulations yesterday, anil said ho to office have just had been studvmV thenall his of a leaked out. Controller Durham leisure timo lately. IIo approves nrna flirt innAnnnt cnmitAi f1. li tho idea of civil service rotorm. man, hut who recommended himfbtthowa it is carried out makes a fraud. to Durham is not made known. it a failure and any complaint to "Havo .von Itichard Board, of Kontuckv, was make against the commissioners V appointed clerk in tho railway mail was asked. service July d, and assigned to he"Ihero is no doubt in my mind," dutj on a routo betweeiritincan and Deming, Kowrexico. Prom- ho answered, "they havo been inent citizens of Kentucky wrote hoodwinked, or worse, by tho Re to tho Department setting forth publican partv. Between last De tho clcc cember and that Board was under three indict tion, personslarch, after laborer's holding ments for fonrory, and had been !i?- .nrr urc three times arrested in Cincinnati I,0B"0"B ?Lft V to bring Pro" them - m?a ? 900, just for getting money under false preonce m Texas for robbory, witiun the palo or tiie civil sertenses, and twico for theft in Kentucky. vice law so they could not be dis thoy were In somo unexplained manner placed oven thoughof Somo these thus Board got tho appointment before promoted were charwomen who these charges woro investigated. Two weoks afterward Controller had been scrubbing tho iloors and Durham, who was misled into rec- - ' who could scarcoly spell any com- ommending Board's appointment, j)0Uud English ,word correctly. Ui got a very lively letter from a'1 lrtu " ". r. l ... youcouiu nowJa5yuucierK, " friend in Kentucky, recitin"" his UUI'K OtIU lw A.wwllll JUU (Jioaru's) criminal record m full The letter concluded with thopre- - wouiu uo snrpnseu. ono spcus fltp.tinti tlmf "Rrnr1 wnulil ctnnl 'treasury' 'trosury' all tho way cox ercd something before ho had been in tl,.r?nSh. an.d each Pg thn WW. ww .n mmitli. Tim ,.rn.- Wltll UlUnciOrS Ota Still WOrSe nnrvinn ...w wv diction was literally fulfilled. Be - i k5ntI- - Some who were really cdujail-bird Tho I&rntttcUy Bny Rocora-mcude- rt lor Office. a Republican Somo Outspoken ZlpcsnrliB on n Trick or Two. CJroivlugr and Exponsiro Waohtngton Cor. k BRORF Ovrnv Hand PjnYVIIICJOOCmnamen'FnEtcUoiho mi II iHs to Have TlieJr JLIves. Hand TTa miniO A I ; fsldw!; Qti.CjiC BOOT AND SHOE Cor. et. Loata ItepnMlcan.l tho Ropo, The Fall Session will commence S. T. 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