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Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED COURIER 25. 18So7 " With Neatness and Dispatch.- - hale bills, bwvelopes, uetter-headb- ; bill-hieajd- s. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Xlio Oldest Newspap naau Western Itoutuclcy. iisrviTjft.'rioiTs, VOL. A fmCE OF SUBSCRIPTION, CURRENT TOPICS. SI.50. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, FROM OTHER LANDS. Kaples-I'ajermo KENTKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER CITING SITUATION. Eu-- 1 Swlnd-Hu- xipNO. ETC., ETa 6L OJ9lXXj ,A.ZVX aXB VNB. NAUGHTY TRUSTEES. Other Implicated in the Tollurd Scheme. in this (Jackson) county, is implicated in the Pollard swindling scheme. The present Trustee, Win. II. Bower, has informod a correspondent that he hns knowledge; of outstanding certificates of indebtedness amounting to iC.VXVand ho thinks tbeJ total amount will reach JIO.GOO or more be(i fore the end is reached. Pollard was in th THE COMMONWEALTH. LonlTlllt Leaf Tobacco Market. There has been little change in the market since last report. We quote 1SS4 tobaccos as follows for full-weig- ht STRANGE OMISSION. A MATTER OF COURSE. 1835 "HoacH l J ' ' Mr. Gladstone Is in improved health. , In men's shoes there is a cominendabls ', drift to square toes, t t -- - , In Siom the cats hare their tails banged and are dyed yellow. A farmer in Massachusetts calls his prize hog Lord Bacon. "Grass widows are now Known inTtew York a3'misflt wives." 't f A,German seer predicts that ISSff williba .memorable for Us calamities. k . A Kalamazoo lady, nearly 100, has just had a doctor for the first time. d The accordion has been restored to favor in New England. A solid piece of glass weighing eight tons is on exhibition in England. Tub Gotham market 13 glutted with blackbirds at forty cents a dozen. . t--. W Di- The Tolice Charge on tho Crowd and spone tho Kioto's. . much-abuse- porters iutbe'clty courts ot "Chicago." years old; living jFred ROBBiNS,-sixtebear Middleboro, Mass., weighs 310 pounds. Princess Yictort, of Teck, Is the prettiest "Princess of marriageable age in Europe. America now makes the best clocks and watches in the world and at the lowest prices. It took a French soldier who was falsely reported as dead Ave years to prove lifs identity. .. , .. TjiEjErlnceaf JVales is entitled to .wear' seventy different official and society- - fjuits of clothes. ' ' X There are symptoms of a rebellion in Washington because the Presidont patronizes Albany tailors. , . r r' it There are over. fifty women in Minneapolis, Minn., who each pay taxes on 5100,000 worth of property. . Rev. Sam 'Jones ownes a one hundred dollar merschaum pipe, one of tho hand,. somest imaginable. 1 ? Henry V. Lucas', manager of tho St. Louis Base Ball CInb, is reported to have lostflO.OOO this season. Under the will of Sir Moses Montefiere 200 legatees will receive legacies varying in amount from 23 to $500". Dr. Talsiage, M'nie Mod jeska and Theodore Thomas arrived InNew York tho other day on the same steamer. , , , Snw Hampshire farmers, stick to tbe tallow candle. It never explodes and there are no chimneys to break. t . TnE man who didn't know it was loaded has been succeeded by the druggist who didn't know it was poison. The death rate in Salt Lake City and vicinity is high, owing toa lack of drainage and Ignorance of the laws of health. There has been a" great revival in the iron trade in Dean Forest, Gloucester' The demand is chiefly from America. Thirteen Clubs are being organized all over the country to fight the popular superstitions of thenlneteeatb century. Good luck to them. In Paris it the lawto Iend'oat newspapers for reading. The newspaper proprietor must havo some hand in law making in France. The Paris Soir says that Crown Princa Frederick William nnd Prince Bismarck disagree in regard to Germany's policy In the Carolines affair. A knowing cook says the canvas-bacduek can be completely imitated in its flavor by taking a d and stuffing it with celery while baking. Solid leather shoe buttons are and at tho rate of two or three hundred a minute. They grow a brighter-je- t the longer .they are worn. TnE Yuma Indians in Arzona"have5ey f a grand council, and resolved to adopt pantaloons as an, article of dress in place Of the hitherto worn sapeta. A cane once carried by Andrew Jackson is on exhibition in Boston. Itwas obtained' this summer from an old negro who used to be Jackson's body servant. Thk largest catalogue ever published was recently issued by a Pittsburgh firm. It contains S00 pages, ia bound in Russia leather, and cost the firm ten dollars apiece. About thirty thousand hands are employed in the manufacture of roller skates. No one yet has computed how many feet will be required to keep them rolling en -- kworaea!aremn2ovfaslwiri '. . v . MiLWAVKVT,.yis., SeptemUr 20. Disagreement In St. Hedwy's Polish Catholic Church, w lilctina"s" been brewing "forfsome time, culminated in a bloody row and the narrow escepo of the priest and several others from denth The question njt issue has been tho management of the parochialjschool connect-- , d w iththe church. The priest and a .part of tho f church, raeni lership have been in" favor of placing the School entirely in tho hands of the nuns; others favored continuing tSe inM- tkAWrfjcipaL, 'flfrr'ffi ty-a"ifronujar. . 6b o has- - been Spriest took nd vantage of the Ttechnfcal authority possessed by him as the Ecclesiastical "Director of school affairs and at mass announced that the change which he desired, would take place at once. It so happened'that the principal of the school was the organist of the church. He refused to play tho organ, and the excitement grew so intense that the services were brought to an abrubt close. Representatives of both sides of the controversy Immediately waited on the priest at his home to argue the matter, and a crowd collected discus-- . The ontsido house. the r,inr 1li friends and thn 'opjwnentsof the pnest grew heated, and niiaiiy tooK on npugilisuc lorm. inenoise t to-da- y. lJ 'vtrv Earthquake Shocks at In the Grap of tho Destroyer. London, Soptember 18. A telegram from Manilla states that the Spaniards have effected a de facto occupation of Yap. London, September IS. The populace of Palermo, Sicily, havo become owing to the prevalence of cholera there, and are fleeing from the town. There is a great scarcity of food, and the people of Naples are sending money and provisions for the relief of the sufferers. A Daily X(trs Paris dispatch says that Palermo is illuminated in honor of the appearance to a native in a vision of a saint, who announced that the cholera will speedily vanish. Rome, September IS. At Parma five new cases of cholera and four deaths were reported. In the city of Sicily, the epidemic is increasing to an alarming extent. The popular prejudice acalnat doctors aggravates the situation. Palermo, September IS. There were one hundred ana sixty new cases of cholera and seventy deaths reported to the author-tie- s during the last twenly-fou- r hours. London, September IS. An earthquake of eight seconds' duration occurred at Naples. Another dispatch says that tho Dolphin, which sunk by n collision, was bound from London to Havre, and that seventeen of her passengers and "raw ore pamc-strick-fcn. to-da- Brownstown, Ind., September 17. It is now definitely known that Owen Township rkRoumeianRovolt Puts All ' ropo in a Flutter. "P fc . Right to Jtoumclla I'nquestion- mzs ft. 9lButltlld Power Ttrtmrn It !. Trash .Sick Mania Helpless. Common lugs. X, nt pack-age- s: y Pal-rm- o, to-da- y s county last fall and made several visits 9 the Trustee then in power, Robert N. Mar-- J iiu. L.ast June Martin resigned tho ontcp, mane settlement with the Commi8soner anjl turned over to bis surcessor, Wml Bower all the funds on han About this wife iQjt tune the namnion uummings, 01 a nel?liDorin township, packed her trunk and depnrte for the West, leaving r huahand bebjml ' Since then if lins Martln followed her to ed with her until after the Daviess County developments, when ho abandoned hcr.and left for other clime), probably Canada. Previously he bore a very good reputation for honesty and integrity. He is a married man, of about forty years of age, and leaves behind a wifo and several children. It is not believed that any other Township Trustees became entangled in Pollaid's h-- I '- - K'nii.ns-And;W'mnji- v meshes. missing. Big Jumbo's Bone?. Washington, September IP. tkilie-- .- - h 1 .-- inside theuosa.vrs,L3ken.un.putstde, spread that the priest was being Thousands or Poles live In that port or tho citV. nnd all, men, women and children. rusheiLtoitho place. Theffebt Inside the house was taken up outside, and tlie most ttrrific excitement ensued. Fits, clubs and knives were used, and -- bkod. flowed freely. The three in police that officers stationed pai t of the citv were powerless to stop the liUt, and assistance wa3 asked from the ContraLStatioa.. Two patrol wasou-load- s of officers went to the rescue. The horses wre driven on a gallop into the crowd. Th priest was rescued unharmed, and taken ton neighboring house, where he his Miice been, protected by a guard of police. Six of the of the ribt were arrested, ami will 'be examined in Court tomorrow morning. Nobody was killed, but a large number were wounded. nn(1 the-rr. ring-leaders - skeleton will pass into the possession of the National Museum, and soon be brought to this city. Prof. Ward, of Rochester, arh Jumbo's A Navel and 4 Washington, Saptember 20. There has been successful test of a steam gun design d for use in extinguishing .fires. Itconsists of.a long brass tube which is attached by a hose to an ordinary fire engine. It is a breech-loade- r, and throws glass prenades filled with an extinguishing mixture. The trinl was made on the monument lot. In the test the maximum pics-stir- e of strain.nsed was sixty-fiv- e pounds. Under such anjfrnpetus the projectiles rose te about the height of th monument ngnimt a v ry strong breeze, and fell a long way out on the reclaimed flats. This vas an excessive pressure, and wag given merely to shew the capabilities of the gun. The pr&gure was then brousht down to about forty pounds, when a flight of project rose in quick surces-ioto the heipht of our hijrhest buildings under the deft handg ling of the breech-bloc- k and valve by the gentleman in"charge. il-s n steam-controllin- Effective, f(r. Extinguisher. ..' i k red-hea- now-made- , accomp mled by a couple of officers, changed tbeir plans. Miss Mayer' was induced to recognize tony the marry-i- n of ; w ithout hop9 of receiving theparental blessing, andvoung Michael was informed that he could take a lost farewell of his late sweetheart at the depot.. He was at the Uniou-Depot promptly on time, where a not(.was given him saving tho, father ' An Elopement Miscarries. Chicago, September 20. Dernier Mnr,, n handsome 3erl of about ninetefn, and young AbrahamMicbael, a man of twenty or thereabouts, each being respectively daughter and clerk of Mayer pere, who keeps a store in Goshen, Ind., came to Chicago toether last night, and found an asylum with a brother of the clerk, who lives on Fulton Avenue. The pair wre to have been married but the f arlv arrival of the young lady's father, decent-lookin- g to-da- y, ' cond and daughter had taken the trnin at street. rived at St. Thomas, Ontario, Jyesterday, several essistants, and removed the skin from Jumbo's carcass and stripped the flesh from thebones. Tho skin be willseut to Tuft's College and the bones to the National Museum. It is not expected that the bones will arrive here for ten days or two weeks. Mr. F. True, the curator of the section of mammals at the National Museum says that Jnmbo's skeleton came to the museum through an arrangement made w ith Mr. Barnum something over a year ago. Theu Jumbo's will was made for Iiim, ami his skin and bones were bequeathed to different institutions. Mr. True was given the choice Of the skeleton or the skin, and chose the skeleton. Of course Jumbo's early demise was not foreseen at that day. T.here was a probability of his liviug one hundred years or more. Jnmho was in tho flush of youth, being only abont thirty years of age. He came into the possession of the Zoological London Society in 1S00. They obtained him from the Jardin des Plantes, Paris, by ex-- . change. He was then young and small. He remained atthe London Zoological Garden until he was purchased by Barnum three years ago. If it bad not been for the mortgage w Inch the National Museum had upon his bones, It is thought there would have been a great s niggle for the possession of the skeleton, as the skeleton of a male Afr.c&n elephant of such size is esteemed a great prize, not only In a popular sense, but scientifically. It is not known at the Museum w bother the bones were injured any in the collision with the freight train or not. If any of the are bones they fractured can be repaired. Mr. Lucas the osteologist who will have charge of the work of mounting the skeley ton, remarked that he would much rather have to repair the fractured bones of an lpbant than of a dog r smaller animal. Mr. Lucas said it would probably be a yt ar before Jumbo's skeleton w ill take its pfacd In the museum. AfUr the beites are received they will b put to snak, and it will require several mouths before the process of maceration nnd bleacblug are completed. Cold weather is not favira-bl- e to these processes. Another huge elephant's skeleton is now undergoing these processes. This is the skeleton of Barnum's Asiatic elephant Albert, which was shot and killed in New Hampshire, last July, aftT it had killed one of it? attendants." When it was decided to kill the elephant the officia's of the museum were notified. They sent an expedition to the spot and secured the bones. As these bones have had the advantage of soaking in warm weather, they will soon be ready for articulation, and'will probably make their appearance in the museum this winter. Jumbo and Albert, two males of distinct species, will mak a very valuable pair. ly to-da- September 17. The County Commissioners ordered the Trustees of the vaiious townships in tins county to mak a showing under oath, October IS, of all outstanding orders against their respective townships. This is dono to alia fears on that score, as it is pretty certain that the Trustees of Kuox are nil right. Crawfordsville, Ind.," September 17. The Board of Commissioners investigated the Trustees of the different townships and school corporations of this county The reports show a total indebtedness of SO.901.C0 for the eleven tow nshipsand three school corporations in the county. The indebtedness is mostly in bonds issued to build and money borrowed. There seems to have been no .crooked work in the Chicago school supply deals In the county. Indianapolis, Ind., September 17. A dispatch received here states that Normau I Johnson, Trustee of Liberty Township, Parke County, is missing from his home, and is supposed to have gone to Canada. He has issued a considerable amount of fraudulent orders. Corydon, Ind.. September 17. Great excitement j revails in Morgan Township over the frauds practiced by Trustee Henry A. Thorp, of that township. His wifo has dispos d of ell his property, and it is supposed is going to join her husband in Canada. Mr. Thorp was held in the highest esteem by bis neighbors nrevious to this affair. to-da- y. Vincennes, Ivd., school-hous- es Through the Chain, III., September 17. A Grand terrible explosion occurred at the sawmill on ned by Captain James Bartleson, of this place, this morning, killing two men and wounding four others.lncluding one colored man, who, it is thought, will not recover. Mr. Robert Mclntyte, engineer, and Silas A. Cramer, laborer, were killed outright. Mclntyre's bodv was blown a distance of three hundred yards from the mill over and was traced by pieces of the clothing and entrails clmginz to tho limbs. He leaves a wifo and two childien i t comfortable circumstances. Cramer was blown about one hundred yards against a large tree and his back broken. He was a young years old, lately man about twenty-eigh- t married, and leaves a wife in destitute cirBlown Tree-Top3. tree-top- s, cumstances. A ht Guilty Ban'PresIdent.'-"v- i .thsvgfreantJohnsonhad .sama.- iuiugwirrcra(amueftno7rrsjarF'-"ro- r the but they soon overhauled Mm, when he took "to water, there being streams m tho bottoms. As tho negro emerged on theother sideof the stream and took to the woods the bounds would go a rotted the stream and renew the hunt. Thus the chase continued for hours, tho negro running fifteen miles, and finally eluding the terrible brutes, who returned mournfully. It is said to be the first instance on record where a negro was cute enough to outwit bloodhounds after they had sighted him. Stricken Palermo. Rome, September 21. Reports from Palermo regarding tho progress of the cholera show a distressing state of affairs prevailing there. Thirty thousand persons have fled the city; all the shops aro closed and the streets are almost deserted. There is a great scarcity of food and water, nnd the epidemic is increasing with frightful rapidity. iThe sanitary) officials aro the peoplo every time they attempt to disinfect tho houses where the disease exists and meet w ith great difficulty in their work. King Humbert has sent a dispatch to Palermo expressing great sympathy for the suffering people. His Majesty has also sent 10,(100 to bo distributed among them; places his Villa and at the disposal of tho suffer-rexhorts the people to show their courage nnd calmnoss during the trying ordeal through which they ore now passing. Fa-vori- ta s 750 September 21. The sudden 0 0OA11 60 7Ma9 Of the Ronmelinn revolution 13 00916 CO 9 2MM0K) ken all here by surprise. As Pnrlia- ..13CO&17 00 iGcoasioa scattered, it is impossible to get mrellineou Hem. live views about It. The general Between chewing tobacco and eating thatnnythin'g may be expected ;,faroutbreak on a spot where all cold pie, the city of Louisville appears to . 1. "ir MIPrinAn t Ltijriuiuauj mvt- - be on quite a boom. twjvwu !inlninoA The "pink-eye- " has again attacked the nent the gravity of the situa- ly recognizad. Bismarck hns horses of Paducnh. A large number of fine nnlrnnhjinrojsutrerlng.from thdlseose, and. PS- i.' ill. ll ' .KT?2V'Ir,Y,Vl rfwfifngllTanrof Servla, end iu9-iuuului." 'Iluubiuuuy oi lueui win uie. of XCharles, Roumania, to Governor Knott has appointed Hon. ;tbeii' Capitals. The Torto is Win. B. Harrison, Lebanon; Hon. Clarence by religious festitho U. McElroy, Bowling Green; and Hon. val of Bacam. Tho news is received almost witlrsalisfaction at St. Petersburg, Malcolm Yeaman, Henderson, as special at Berlin, Judges of the Superior Court to try the with csntbn and and witbanxiety and irritation at Vienna. case of John J. Corneilson, Mt. Sterling, Turkeyias an undoubted richt, under th treaty jt Berlin, to occupy Roumelin with vs. the Commonwealth, on appeal from his Iroopsind is perfectly able, so far as re- sentenco of three years for horsewhipping Judge Reid. gards military forces, to suppress the Bat everything- - indicates that BulA little of garia hai the support of Russia. Tho lat- Carlisle, fell daughter well Aimer Lyman, of n fow days ago, Into a ter e ith el secured the adhesion of Austria and wns drowned. to tho schemo at tho Kremsirr internot. it did If it did view of James Stivers has been arrested for the not, Aistria's irritation is genuine. murder of James Neal, at Athens, on elecThe pesifioa is full of difficulties and wlifcha spHrk will inilnme, but it Is tion day. highlv pjobablo that Austria is squared. Much sickness is reported in Robertson The Bulgprians have occupied the Balkan County. . . passes. Large numbers of Russians, beThe Hickman Courier says: "With all lieved to be volunteers, are passing tbrouch Bucharest daily en route to Bulgaria. The the talk of 'hard times' there is much more combined forces of Roumelia and Bulgaria improvements in progress in Fulton County amounttt fifty thousand men. Tho Turkthan for many years past. Go in any ish forcej have not yet crossed the frontier, but the authorities aro greatly excited nnd direction iu this county and you seo new houses, dw ellings, barns, stables, tenement active preparations are being made. houses, new fences, etc When a peoplo can make all these improvements it is time Discouraging to Farmers. TopekJ, Kas., September 21. Concern- to quit talking hard times.' " ing tho prevalence of hog cholera in KanFor tho past year or more Miss Sallic sas, tho(State Veterinarian says: There McDonald, of Boyle County, has been aro thirty counties in this Stato infected afflicted with a spinal complaint, nnd has by hog cholera. This year the disease is been bedridden during tho whole time. more prevalent than at any time within The other day she was visited by Rev. Mr. the history of the State and the loss will Burchfield, of Cincinnati, who prayed with undoubtedly reach 51,000,000 or more. Largo her and received from her nssurnnco that numbers "f hogs are being shipped fo market that(nre infected with this disease, sho had faith that God could and would reand as a consequence it is appearing in store her to health. After tho religious counties not boforo infected. It is also exercises Mr. Burchfield placed his hands a fact that nearly everv stock-yar- d in the upon her head, when she arose perfectly of Kansas is infected restored. Up to this time sho has suffered eastern and all h$:s shipped through these yards no relapse, and says that she has no appreare exposed to infection. The Veterinarian says that the treatment of hog cholera hension that she will. Miss McDonald is with the ebiect of securing a recovery does tho daughter of JessieJMcDonald, a respecnot pay. file urges that the animals be table citizen of that county, and is herself killed and burled the moment they show a perfectly reliable lady. Mr. Burchfield signs of I sickness and activo measures g at taken for the suppression of the disease took part at the recent and to prevent its introduction from other Junction City, where he was known as the States by imposing a quarantine of fifteen "happy preacher." days on all shipments. d son of L. McGraw, a The three-- 3 resident of Madisonviile, while strolling A Cute Darky. around other Dallas, Tex., September 21. An excit- evening,the premises of thefathor, thewhich fell into a well of wnter ing chase between two bloodhounds nnd a chanced be partially uncovered, nnd was negro took place here last night. Tho ne- drowned.to Mrs. McGraw was entertaining gro, Jim Johnson, had been arrested for a company at the crap shooting. While on the way to jail cident, and of ladies noticed time of the achad not the absence of ho broke from the officers nnd took to the the child from the house, thinking itwa river lottoms below the town. The were immediately osl and took in tho servants' room, where it frequently C Medium lugs Good lups.. .. Common leaf. Medium leaf. . Good leaf Fancy leaf . Darknnd Heavy. 3 T.Vit 4 . 4 SJrtO i ,.i 5 CO KJ .. 5 25 .. 5.VXiiG00 . f 3 TiVtt Uurlej. 1 1 5 00 600 .. .. .. 8 75 T5& 7 50 00 Sr -- ii par-llz- ed al move-ment- .f dnn-eer- s. . tyo-thir- camp-meetin- ear-ol- blood-boun- ds 1 cnaitt ., Erie, Pa., Septmber 17. At six o'clock the jury returned a verdict of guilty on all the ten counts, in tho indictment for fraud and conspiracy against President Adam Brabeuder, w ho wrecked his bank and ruined thousands. The verdict was rtceived with enthusiasm amoug the swindled depositorsof the three bursted tanks. Hud the verdict been otherwise a serious not was inevitable, the victims being goadod to desperation. Braebndcr, who is superintendent of a Sunday-schoo- l and a pillar of his cburcb, says ho has been sacrificed to the public clamor for a victim. He will bo sentenced He is seventy years of ago and very infirm. The jurors say hi3 own admissions sealed his doom. wunds, Twenty-se- 5a , ' this-winter- . j The star of empiro seems to have changed Its course and to be taking its way eastward, as the and the noble game of bean-ba- g have just broken out in roller-coaster Boston. New Orleans, September 20. It has been raining here almost incessantly siuce F iday. The rainfall from 9 o'clock to 9 o'clock as reported by the Signal Service observer, was 1 inches. At out noon the rain was very heavy. Many streets ami sidewalks were and the west end of Claiborue street is still under water. At this hour. 11 r. jr.. the rain is falling in torrents. from the Yaroo. Ouachita. Red and Mississippi Valleys report excessive rains, uuu iuui:u u'ininge 10 me couon cri'. maturity and preventing picking. The nee crop "throughout Louisiana has beeT more or less damaged by rain, which retards harvesting. to-da- y, HeavyRains at New Orleans. 0 over-iloHr- d. Tele-cra- Talmage doesn't approve of Sam Jones' methods of converting sinners. Ho says the man who is driven into Christianity by the use of a club will need a slung-shto keep him there. . An active trade in tho common sea gulls foas sprung up along the Long Island coast. The birds are poisoned by putting arsenic on bits of fish, and are shipped to taxidermists in New York. ly f Mrs. Theodore Tilton is living quietly in Chicago. Her hair is iron gray; thero is muchofUheoid fire and animation in her eyes, but her voice is tremulous, and there is an ineffable sadness in her face. 1 Evangelist Moody has purchased, for 5116 people about :Nortbfield a lot of t wagons to be used on Sundays for carrying to and from church people who live at a distance and could not otherwise ati tend. A Philadelphia druggist says Lb Has forty-fou- r prescriptions, received in six months, in which every one contains such errors as to seriously menace life in case they had been filled as the doctors wrote them. A servant of Broome, County, N, Y., who married the son of a rich man two (years ago, has just had a verdict for $4,000 against her father-in-laawarded her on the ground that ho alieinatcd her husband's Affections in consequence of which she bad gain to earn her own living. Beet sugar has overtaken and passed its l, cane sugar. The estimated sup ply for the coming crop year is 2,505,000 tons, while of cane tho yield is estimated at 2,100,000 tons'; Of the total amount, tons, the United States will probably consume about one fourth. 1 A new style of torture has been invented, especially adapted to tho climate of New Jersey. A man at Elmwood is (o be held answerable in tho Criminal Court in Atlantic County for having punished his two boys by tying then: hands behind, tnei backs and leaving them- - in r.swamp,Ji; posed to attacks of mosquitoes- -' fcsA commission consisting of Capt. James Kincaanon, of Mississippi, and Mr. Wood, of Tennessee, has been appointed by the Secretary o; the Interior to go out to the Indian Territory and open np negotiations with the Choctaws, Creeks, Cherokee and Seminole Indians for the purpose of having their undivided lands thrown open for set tlemeat. The New York Iost mentions, as a curious incident, that an immense cloud-ebutterflies, estimated at many millions, crossed over Lake Erie from Canada, recently, and settled near Rochester, N. Y. m long flight for such small winged passoa , ot New York, September 20. At fiften minutes past two o'clock this morning, while Officer John Kavanaugb, of the Twelfth Precinctwas trying to arrest a luirglar who had broken into a store on s nnd 117th street, he was set upon by a gang of thieves, who, afttrknecking him down, beat him over .he head, until hn liprr.nie unconscious. The unfertii33tLo'nic-was found on the; pavemeTit hlilf an hour later and taken to the station-houswhere it was found that his skull was fractured. His assailants escaped. Second-.Avenuor e, Skull Fractured by Burglars. Bishop's Sentence for Polygamy. Bishop John Sharp, Utah Director of the Union Pacific, one of tho wealthiest and most influential Mormons living, appeared in court y and pleaded guilty of unlawful cohabitation. Ho claimed that his plural marriage was entered into before any statute against it, and in good faith according to their religion, but recognized the supremacy of his adopted country's laws, and would live within th-henceforth, and would not advise any one else to break them. He was fined j.)0(, nnd discharged on payment tbireof. Sharp's conduct causes much comment on the street The "dyed in the wool" M01 mons condemn him as a cow ard whose faith was frightoned out of him by threatened imprisonment, but the progressive party in tho church commend his course as opening the way for others to escape, as he will certainly have followers soon. Mormon Salt Lake, Utah, September 18. to-da- Bit-ho- Disaster to an Aeronaut. Monmouth, III., September 17. Tho spectacle of an enormous balloon swnying nbove tho city a fow hundred feet, drew people from their stores and bouses this afternoon till the streets were crowded. The excitement became intense when shortly tho nir ship swooped down and impaled itsejf on tho spire of tho Catholic church, near th? PuMic Squire. Tho balloon at once collapsed, and a hundred citizens helped to drag tho concern to the ground. The basket was empty, barring a torn shirtsleeve, a cuff and some branches s of oak, indicating a collision with somewhere. AH efforts to discover whence the balloon came, and the name and fate of its occupants, have as yet been unavailing. tree-top- searcu for tho child in the neighborhood, gathering a number of persons ns the search progressed. Finally, upon some one going to the well, tho dead child was found floating upon tho water. Mr. McGraw, when informed of the death of his child, was thrown into violent convulsions, and at last accounts was lying in an unconscious state, and it was feared that his reason is permanently dethroned. TnE present term of the Madison Circuit Court hns 497 crimiml cases on its docket, nine of which are indictments for murder. Mr. Oliver Cromwell nnd Mrs. Polly Cosby were married in Graves County recently. The groom is in his eightieth year, and the blushing bride one year his junior. A three story mill has been built at itj ureof'the .,.rtln,fm?.ttff ,vtnAil. rtl rt Alft.n IadIe!MrslSMjcGraw"4began. ,r.X1 and the Bloody Shirt." iting Statesman." John Sherman has given it out, and Mr. John Sherman delivered a speech iij acceptance by tho faithful is a matat Mount Glleadjo., and as it had boon ter of course- - The Republic tn war-cra long time irincp ho had had thai for tho campaign1 of 1S35 is "Roach pleasure, s"o he said, ho used a printei and tho Bloody Shirt," It is an admiracopy in order that there nvght be no ble combination, the two issues being mistako hcrcaftcby either party. Of evenly matched and both appealing U course, thcenator raised the "bloody tho same low grado of intelligence. shirt." Thtcnsftnguiued garment ha's The n contractor, with only been a part'f hfewcaring apparel or two millions between him and poverty, baggage sinc6 mg before ho was a after fattening on tho public crib for "Visiting Statesman" ia Louisiana. years, and making the American navy Here is an extract from that portion of a d of shame, is an object to his remarKs .Unove the cnjmpassion of tho tender Thn rrneisoro ua ion. anme or thn vnr hearted f arniLTs of of course. moii who boostfullyithreatened to break up tha. Union nn.i. iltKlho oath of ofhciXll fur- - can not help bclns HmproaacyUhltiMgB jjort of tyrattByrofiarGoverHHiirHtStrteili" 'con!plredund"coflto3emjed toniverrfrow it. t"L hold this poor old man to his bargain. waged waragalnitlt auOvwero "io cnusn of tne loss or nair a mni:on m lives nnd thou- It is as moving a sight as tho d stress of sands of millions of trcaJuro. Ihvo been another elderly gentleman, mentioned placed In high olfico again, in the Vry Eeats of power which they ubandoncd wh scorn by Dickens, who appealed so and dellanco. Tvo members of the Confedto the Judge," "a poor old erate Congress aad one man wbosinmthtzed man, my Lord." Meanwhile, Secs with them arc at the Ihend of great of tho Government. retary Whitney, in tho abundanco No Cabinet members exactly fit this of his heart, is doing his best to get the description; but it is supposed fyat poor old gentleman out of trouble by Uayard, Lamar and Garland aro finishing liis work for him and taking frrred to. It is cheerfully admitted care of tho workmen he had abandoned. that tho two latter wero in th Confecv Of course, it is hard on a roan of Mr. crat service, though not both in thtj Roach s vcars to be . ruthlessly torn Confederate Congress, and though Mr.1 away from the public crib and tho u Havard did not svmpathizc with them, manger, so generously provided for him it is as cheerfully granted that the by the Art in Dodger ol tho concern, charge that ho did lias ben repeated Ir. "Bill" Chandler, and seut out in fully as often as I'rcsidcntial elections H10 cold world to browse with other occur. The Democratic President and contractors. But that is one of the little the Democratic party have no apologies unavoidable inconveniences that attends to offer for the presence of these men thework of reform. The people of tho in the Cabinet There is no State in country have not signific I to tho Adthe Union from which a Democratic ministration their desire to be iiccccd Presidont will not tako a Cabinet off- any longer by this poor old man, and icer, if he see lit. If there be anything they rather think that two millions will in thi point John Sherman niaj' havo go far toward keeping tho wolf from it, but the Ohio Senator went further the Roach door. They prefer to let him build rotten ships for other parties than and said: This stranjre turn in events hns but one ex- themselves. ample In hUtorr. and that was tho restoration The bloody shirt iS an equally sensiof Charles II. after tho brilliant but brief Pro- ble issue, especially at the present tectorate of Cromwell, nnd. like that restoration, Is a reproach to tho civilization of the time, when the South is gathering tho aire. harvest and industrial exhibitions are It has been several vcars siuce being held or prepared in the leading Charles IL was seated on his throne, so cities. War has been declared upon that Mr. Sherman's hearers and the Republican strongholds in the North readers of the Post may not bo able to by the in the establishtrace the similarity between the two ment of manufactories, mills, iron cases; but, coming down to modern works, etc, at various Southern points. times, there is a case tolerably fresh in The negroes have awakened from their mind which is worth citing. apathy and normal laziness, and, Mr. John Sherman, after performing aroused bv the rising tide or industry in the role of "Visiting Statesman," be- and prosperity around them, are vyin came on account thereof a Cabinet off- with their white neighbors in the good icer under Hayes, being Secretary of the work cf developing the illimitable reTreasury. Seated round the same boaid sources of the country to which they was one"D. M Key, of Tennessee, who belong. They laugh at tho bloody was not only a rebel who had con- shirt howlers, and th.nk Mass Sherspired and confederated against the man too comical fsv anything. I nion, but he was even a Democrat after Swamps bev reclaimed, lands, . the war. This same Adniiuistrationof hitherto are mado to which John Sherman was the activo part, bloom and yield bountiful harvests, sent General James Lougstrect, the and a general expression of contcn ranking officer of the Army of North- and happiness is visible on tho faces ol ern Virginia under Lee. and a West the people south of Mason and Dixon's Point graduate, as the Minister of this line. country to Turkey. This identical set One of the subjects of discussion at of men retained as Consul Jo Hong the ensuing Republican Convention in Knmr CrdouM John S. Mosbv. the most I tbis.S4aj.emay biicadHptlon 'otth y heart-brokebye-vorOh-o.wh- Tho Ensanguined, Garment Stnco Sherman's AnmptIoa or the Hole or "Vis- TholiepulilicanCanip-ilcno- r & & -- pite-ous- ly Ljpart-ment- -- 1 n-- e uupro-.luctive- al Killing Her Husband is With Ground Glass. m m Canada's Pest. bl-- Montreal, September 19. The nport made at the Health office shows tbatj,Ti- official to-da- markable operation was performed here this afternoon upon the person of a Polish woman. Mrs. Wtn. Lugdeda. It consisted f in tho removal from the patient of an ova pounds, rian tumor wotgning twenty-liv- e and tne cutting away of a large portion of the mesentery. About eight gallons of wero taken away at the same time. Tho total weight of the matter removed from the woman was upward of seventy-fiv- e pounds. Tho physicians have hopes oj her recovery. l, Notable Surgical Operation. La Salle, III., September IS. A re- 17. Society here astouuded over a case of husband poisonChnrles Wilson, a ing and elopement. prominent citizen, has suffered for some time with an unaccountiblo illness. Finally, by accident, a Mr. Smith discovered letters written by Wilson's young nnd beautiful wife to bis sou, Bertie Smith, n highly respectable voung man, filled with endecring terms, and saying she was slowly killing her husband with potions of grounl glas3. Mr. Wilson, who now looked like one in the last stages of consumption, wns notified. The wife got wind of the disclosure, and fled to Boston, where she i3 now stopping under an assumed name. Montreal, September A Mother's Agony. St. LOUIS, September 21. A most distressing accident occurred this nfternoon in the little town of Fenton, in St. Louis County. Richard Anderson and bis wife lived in a small hou?o in tho outskirts of the village. This nfternoon Mrs. Anderson left her two infants sleeping in a room over the kitchen, and "eut into the garden to pick cucumbers. While thus engaged tne house caught fire, and before assistance could arrive the building was burned rast entrance, and the babies perished riu tho flames. Mrs. Anderson was nearly craz;d bj-- her loss. ft T y deaths vrere thirty-thre- e from small-po- x in this city yesterday. Six cases w cro repot ted at L Assumption, ome miles down the river'nndtwo'N,t &3rel. The Provincial Board has ordered that all the inmates of" the citv prisons bevicrin-ated- . , ' - Collecting Fare With a w hand on the steamer James G. Blaine attacked John IGiin with a bludgeon last evening, inflicting injuries that will'llfcely prove fatal. Kain refnsed to pay his fare, claiming that he had already paid. The deckhand, whoso name is unknown, has not been arrested. Jumbo's Hide. - California, Pa., September 20. Club.' A deck- only-riva- -- progressing rapidly nnder the direction of Prof. Ward, of Rochestr. The flesh is being cremated as' fast as cut away: The bide of Jumbo weighed l.RX) pounds and requires a ton of ssltnnd one hundred and .tghty pounds of elm hark to cure it. It was skipped in vats to Rochester, N. Y., She Avoided the Fine. 20. Last night Ellen Law, colored, aged sixteen, took mor- '5Kine,?mVH5d' to avoid Going to jail, in diXauIt of the payment of fines to the ampuntof 50, in tbe Police Court under St. Thomas, O.nt., September I9.i-work of dishctiug the carcass of Jumbo is The Cairo, III., September -. .city ordlaances. I Dixon, III., September 18. There is great excitement in this over tho diK- coveryof the murder of Ivd Thlel.of EI- gin, twenty-tw- o years of tr, who had of j.iv oven pcuuung ime. it.'bums, &c for o a firm. The bod- - was found burled on theroadstre. near the city. Canadian Arenchon suspicion.nam d Moses has been arrested nn Cdi-agpar-tial.y Bible Peddler Murdered. -- f rtn. President of the defunct County bank, who was found guilty Erie was this morning sentenced to pay 00 fine, the costs of the prosecution, and serre two vrnrs :n :h ves-terdo- y, A B'nlfPresidenrs Sen'ence. Erie, Pa., September 1. Adam Bra-bend- er, The Ladies Voted. Binghampton, N. Y., September 17. In the election for School Commissioners here An Insane Editor Kills Himself. the women generally voted. This had tho Boston, September CO. Francis O'Don-neleffect of bringing out a very large male formerly editor of the Roxbury Ga- vote, and the total number of votes cast zette, beenrae insane y and was taken was twenty times as great as usual. Many to a physician to havo his condition examyoung ladies tried to vote who were neither jejtifig the Bicycle Record. ined, when he s izod a dish on the table, mothers nor and their ballots 'pnlssFiELD, Mass., September 21. smashed it, and cut his throat with the were rejected. The scenes at the polls, fragments, tore tho wound open with his where women wero electioneering, were Jjfchardllowell ha? lately made several hands, and dropped dead. novel. The ladies generally voted for tho trials oaHampden Park track, In this city, successful candidates. to beatjjFred Wood's world record for a Greatest Foundry in the Country. fflileoC2:S3-ro- n n bicycle. This after-tqpDidn't Get the Appointment. with John Brock, of Blotsburg, Pa., San Francisco, September 19. The Washington, September 17. President asacejHaker, Howell succeeded In cutcornerstone of the Union Foundry, which, ting onejfifth of a second from the record. when completed, will be the largest Iron Cleveland dtclmod to appoint as Postmaster at Augusta. Me., tho editor of a paper works in the United States, was laid toCuring the Colic. that published scandalous articles in re- ' day. Peter Donahue is the principal stockgard to Mr. Blaine's marriage. holder. The building will cost 100,000. IFredericktown, O., Septemlor 21. Will QJConnor'a druggist's clerk of this place, Louisville Tobacco Celebration. Legal Time in Michigan. took morphine for colicjyesterday in such Louisville, September 17. Tho cele- quantities that It required threo doctors all Detroit, Mich., September IS. Ninety days after tho adjournment of tho State bration of tho sale of the one hundred night to keep him alive. Legislature the laws enacted become thousandth hogshead of tobacco in LouisTho corporation of Bath, England, y Is the ninetieth day, and ville this year was celebrated by a grand lias binding. begun uncovcrinjr industrial and commercial parade, and nua second among the laws now in force are tne The Koraaa bath, contiguous to tho large labor law and an enactment making merous appropriate decorations. hogshead central standard time legal in this Stat?. aggregated brousht $1.70 per pound and bath previouspy brought to light It is J2,02, the highest sum ever seIn accordance with this, Michigan clocks very massive fa construction and cirhave been turned back, and everything is cured for a hogshead. cular in shape, a scries of curves formdone cnrlier in the day by the clock. Yellow Fever. ing the circle. Recently a singular disGuaysias, Mex., September 17. Yellow covery was made by the workmen. At Tossed by a Mad Bull. fever Ono h ndred Evansvillit, Ind., September 20. Wil- twenty-nin-is increasing. .Iuco September and the bottom of the bath they found a e 1 cases human skull with tho brains inside in a an old citizen, well known in twenty-nin- e liam Bedford, fatal. The discasa has apracing circles throughout tho Union, was peared at Hermosilla and Mazatlan and potnhed fctate. Unfortunately, it was by a mad bull and quarantine is estn'iltehcd at Nogales. Tho fractured by a blow from an axe, but terribly injured will probably die. heat is excessive. tho fragments aro in tho possession of .i.i. the city architect. An Indian and a Jug. Chinese Laundries Can't Be Boycotted. , Peoria, III., September IS. Yesterday Washington, September IS. Members of """ tourist in New Mexico writes Mr. John Yntes, while engaged in taking the Knights of Labor state that the subject that he started back in horror on lirst out gravel near the pnttery in this city, of boycotting tho Chinese laundries has seeing onj 0f thoso black-evc- d beauties unearthed an Indian skeleton in a good not been mentioned in their moetings. It is whom ho had heard described as further said that a boycott cannot be Issued state of preservation, and an old jug without a handle lying along side of the skull, against these laundries on the plea of cheap characteristic of the native people. Sho as if Mr. Lo had taken his last drink, and labor, as their prices are generally higher was bare- seeing no prospect for more gave up the than those of the i. half nak0(l and very untidy, The glass has the name of "Joseph ghost. n(rh.? Proved to bo a type, too. & flaynes. New York, 1736," blown on tne Fatal Boiler explosion. J. Aaif. side in the shape of a tag. Cario, III., September 17. At New Grand Chain, on the (X, V. & C. road, this A VallmMn belonging to The Balloon Sensation. morning, the boiler of James Hartleson's Brooklyn Monmouth, III., September IS. The sawmill blew up, killing Robt. Mclntyre, rf,D7,rvintrcinwY, t i.; -- buil(5er, was found ..ii with ono empty balloon which descended here on engineer, and a man named Silas Cramer, 01 ms amd fPft. firmW ;o,rv,n,i ? i,t and badly tc- Ming five others, some of such a sensation, Thursday, and created mouth, whom will die. tackle had to be used to re- bad cone up empty. to-datax-payer- s, Accident. September 21. Two ySrag Sen named Williams and Swe.t left thig placelto go shooting. A squirrel was seen infthe top of a tree, and Williams dmbedi. up to scare it down. In some Manner Sweet shot too soon, both barrels othjs gun exploding. Ono of the chnrges , sfSuck Williams-- penetrating bis brain: the gSflkr,killed"the squirrel. A Gunning GlenWOOD, III., jt n, 1 To-da- ten-ho- ur to-da- y . ginger-colore- d, hard-feature- d, washer-wome- n. - 9' a l,rn " metna foojf. .. .. by limitation it made Postmaster-GenerKey a United States Judge for life, in order that this might never be out of office John Sherman as a Senator was equally considerate of those whom he He was scores with so many epithets. at the bottom of the alliance with which was no moro disgraceful because the Virginian was an and had been a Democrat Is not this Ohio Republican a pretty fellow to talk of "rebels being placed in high ollice" and put at the "head of groat departments?" What need to go back a couple of centuries or so to Cromwell's day, when eight years is only necessary to show John Sherman Clinton. not only approving but advising and SECTIONAL HATE. Company is conThe Kentucky Lumber aiding as a Republican what he abuses structing n new saw mill at Burnsides; other r conic for doing as Democrats. The Conduct of Senator Sherman Contrastfrom SO to 75 M. per day. There L--, however, this difference. Hoth ed with tho Conductor General Gr.int. A lawsuit of importance to all the Mr. Sherman plunge3 headlong into parties appointed rebels to olfico, while sporting fraternity of the State was filed Republicans only rewarded Democratic t'10 mire of sectional hate. He ravea in tho Franklin Circuit Court a few days traitors. against the return to "high office" o ngo, and the decision of the trial will be Is it not about time for a party to go watched with interest. Fifteen months on a long vacition when this is as good those who "waged war against tho UnJojs of ha'l ngo Mr. W. L. Collins, who was then an argument as it can put forward for ion and were the cause of the Sheriff of Franklin County, nud Mr. John continued existence and prolonged con- a million of lives and thousands of millW. Gaines wero contestints for the nomitention? ions of treasure." lie heaps vituperanation. A Democratic primary election By the way, why did not Mr. Sher- tion upon tho "Solid South.'' in which, was called, and before it came off Gaines man abuse the dead Grant for putting he says, "the negro is deprived of all made a bet of S)0 with Mr. Jnmes T. in his Cabinet not only an his po'.it'cal rights by open violences or who was a friend and supjiorter of soldier, but a Northern man by by frauds as mean as any that have Collins, that he would defeat Collins. The biith? This been committed by penitentiary conwas a strange omission. money was pnt np, and when tho primary Washington 1'oiL victs, and as opsnly and boldly done as came off Gaines was victorious and the highway robbery." He declares it to I NTERESTING 1,000 was handed over to him by the TR U E. IF be the hope of ' the men who led in the stakeholder. Under thelawsof Kentucky, The l'reslilent tho IllcgeU Man Con- civil war" and who arc now "the chief if the loser of the bet brings suit within six nected In Any Way with the Adminis- ollicers of t'.e Government" to "reverse after the bet wns made he can recover the And ho tration. all the results of the war." amount of money lost by him. but if ho re Not a little astonishment has been professes to regard it as "vital and fuses to bring suit within that time a thiru necessary to appeal to the Northern party can bring suit against the winner manifested among the politicians here States to unito again against this evil, for treble the amount won from the loser.J ,at the attitude which General Benjamin not so op mi and arrogant as slavery, In this case the "third party" brings the F. Butler has assumed toward the pres- but more dangerous and equally unsuit for ?1,.100, it being treblo the amount ent Admini-tratio- n and toward Presi- just" lost by Larkins. dent Cleveland in particular. An intiThe people of New York have recentErnst Brtant, son of Jerome M mate friend of the President, who is also ly draped their city in mourning to mark Bryant, of Louisville, died the other day on terras of close friendship with Gen- their grief at ttVe death of General after a strange illness of about three eral Butler, is authority for the state- Grant Perhaps no action of his li'o months, which attacked another son about ment that a letter had been latc'y re- endeared him nioro clo3ely to their he same time. The disease at first resemceived by him from General Butler, in hearts than did the nobla words his hand bled hydrophobia, being succeeded by conwhich the latter expressed in most em- tracoJ. in his last hours, when speech vulsions of a different type, ending In cat- phatic phraser his admiration of Presi had failed him, congratulating tho alepsy, from which the child recovered, dent Licvcianuami nis course as far as country on the restoration of fraternal and related the most wonderful stories of he had gone, and giving it as his opin'on feelings between the sections and on tho heavenly millions of angels, golden streets that if Cleveland kept on as he had be- renewed devotion of tho South to the nnd other beauties of the other world. Hi3 gun he would prove the biggest and Union. death, however, soon followed, and the best President that had occupied the In the letter which he kopt from his brother is not expected to recover. PhyWhi'o House m recent years. In ex- family until his death, knowing that sicians are at a loss to explain tho nature planation of ;his change of habeas re- what would bo a solace to them after of the disease. gards his opinion of Cleveland. General the final blow had fallen would causa, As tho guards were removing Jack BalBu'lcr is said to have remarked that his them pain while ho still lived, he wrote: lard, sentenced by the Owingsville Circuit estimate of the man had entirely "As 1 have sated, I am thankful for Court to penitentiary for life, bis brothers, changed since he had become President, the providential extension of ray time, Jim and Mose, attempted to rescue him. and that he had no idea that Cleveland to enable me to oont'nue my work. I am They were both shot nnd killed Instantly was made of f uch stern stuff as his Ad- further thankful, and in a much higher by tho guards; the fugitive was recatured. ministration would indicate. General degree thankful, because it ha? enabled Three-weekdaughterof Moses Prof- Butler furthermore says, according to mo to sea for nr.sslf the happy harsuddenly sprung up bemony fer, Barlow, Ballard County, weighs less the same 'authority, that Cleveland tween which so those engaged but a few short is the master of his political houseis apparently prosthan three pounds, but hold, and is hy all odds the biggest man years ago in deauly conflict" perous. What a contrast between these noble, in any way with the AdminFred. Moore, of Logansport, Ind., and connected This information. astonUh-in"- - patriotic words and the malignaut ravistration. W. T. Murray, of Chicago, are tho two as It is, tallies exactly with several ings of tho partisan who, for political men charged with robbing Lawrenceburg conversations which General Butler has purposes, would foster suspicion, jealPostofiice. Jailed at Frankfort. lately bad with several prominent gen- ousy and hatred between the citizens Governor Knott has pardoned Stephen tlemen here and in New York, and there of the Northern and Southern States! Mockabee, who was lately convicted in the appears to be no doubt as to the genu- How can the people of New York view Circuit Court at Owingsville, of involun- ineness of the reports. Of coarse there this attempt of Senator Sherman to detary manslaughter, for killing his brother, is a variety of opinions as to General stroy the fraternal bonds cemented at who was serving out a sentence in the Butler's motives in assuming this po- the grave of General Grant? How can county jail. sition, but those who know the doughty we ever hope for a restored, peaceful Qcincy Lambert, Lexington, 13 perma- General's methods best think they seaa and powerful Union if a legacy of secnently rattled, the doctors say, by the lnrrrp.sized rat in the meal-baIt tional hate is to be handed down to our burning of a neighbor's house. Y. World. Would bc,.of course, to the General's children's children. --A bed of coal eight feet thick has been advantage to be on the right side of the discovered on tho line of the Chesapeake & Administration, but whether the stern A Detroit physician says that of Nashville Railroad, in Adair County, only stuff which Butler finds in the President more than fifty "sure cures for smallone hundred miles fr6m Nnshville, Tenn. would admit of any humor or cajolery pox" published in tho papers not a The vein is very long, and can be easily of the Butter variety is questionable, to single one is founded upon common mined. This discovery is a big item for say the least It is known, however, sense from a medical point of viow. Nashville, and will prove to be a saving of that General Butler's sentiments have Most of them are .furnished by quacks a large revenue to her manufacturing in been conveyed to the President, and a who never saw a case of small-poterests In making fuel much lower. member of the Cabinet is said to have Detroit Free Press. ob hearing the news that The body of a baby, evidently smothered remarked .was now daily expectingthe to Lightning took off three of ' to death by a cloth tied tightly abont its President JSjaine and St John, his two horse's shosg at Lancaster, Pa . with- hear from field near Ll?u-morface, has been found in a , other oppo"nts n the last Presidential out injuring the animal in tho lsast. flanvass.A,"ff Cor. Boston hsU Fittsburgh Post . al Ma-hon- ttvo2fed?art8aifthIosei . ...;.... ... ..X....' feheTwaltb ::mvra5j3Tt nShermannvArjQryShouIdfitWbWoimd !3 100 iiiiipjjrapri.uu luiwiun l'....!.. nu oeiorc tne iiayes Aiimmisirat.on " I : ex-;p'r- ed e, would suggest General intentions and the fundamental test" as a good substitute. It would be a delicate rem'nder to tho mugwump vote that a general intention w all that is necessary for a good Republican, while it would satisfy tho Rlaineitcs that the ' fundamental test" is not forgotten. It is more than likely, however, judging from tho Hungry Joes who aro gathering around "tho party," that the good oltl Repubof " Boodle" will ho lican war-cradopted by a large majority. Tho faithful are very hungry this year "owing to the ehange? in so many of tho fourth-clas- s post olfices." as our esteemed contemporary, tho Journal, so adm'rably puts it A bang Argus. y 1 Lar-kin- s, s' r. V. x. 1 a-- e . V r 1 ft " el 3i ft 8 The Hickman Courier. GEORGE TTAHREN, rubllshcr. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN. : : IN SHROUDED AND THE SEA. We stood on tho deck, n reverent group, In ltcht of tho setting sun. With hcmls nil hared Rtid voices hushed, and listen nc every one. To the deep, low tones of thesklppcr's voice, who tho burial service read. And tho solemn words awed onch rough heart as we gave to the sea its dead. The unhidden tears all dimmed my eyes as I jrazed on tho quiet faco: A ray from the sun in tho redd'nloir west seemed to light it with life and grace. And my heart was tilled with pitying lovo for somebody far away, VTho was dreaming, perhaps, of her absent boy on the ovo of that sad day. The warm, soft breeze of tho southern ecas stirred tho locks on his forehea.l fair. And 1 thought of some mother whn?o fond- 1'nghand had caressed that golden hair: curl fromover his brow, and kissitt I cut out lips so tho-- o whito. For somebody's suke. whoo, light of lovo would bo changed to sudden night. His only shroud was a rough, white sail, and a ting about his breast; jllisgrnve In the calm, many fathoms deep, j where "He gives Ills tiolovod rest.'' Wlth'tcndcr hand, they lowered his blcrover the tall ship's side. IliSjfunoral hymn was tho gentle plash of tho cuy:ng ana uontng tide. fe s V eyes, rf 'Saying: brought mo a parcel small, "Thoso aro some things from the poor " That night the skipper, with tear-dlmrac- d Stf lad's kit, and a woman knows host of all How to toll a story that's hard to tell, and to comfort a brother's heart. Will you wnte to bis mothor and tell hor all woll, you know how to start. "And tell her that every man of us loved her boy, tho life of our boat: Hearty and busy and full of Hfo, whether wo wero ashoro or afloat. Wo fain would huvo brought him safo back again, onlv tho Captain above Knew better than we, and guided him homo to a haven of rest and love!" "" Po TdpTTned'thO packet with tretnblinghandsr it sooinod such a sacred thing; Letters and photos and little gifts and half , of a broken ring. Keepsakes gathered in foreign lands for tho loving ones at home. And a letter half Unshed, to catch tho malls by a passenger bound lie told of an elephant hunt in Ceylon, of a storm in lllscay's Hay. Or tho'r trip through tho Suez Canal and bow tlioy all hold the Christmas Day. There was lovo to Harry and Dick and Ray; besidos to Mugg o and Suse, Whoe feet he honed hadn't bigger grown for he'd bought them Chinese shoes. And now he would soon bo back, ho said, to his Scottish homo again, . After two long years of wandering life on tho restless, stormy main: Thon ho stopped, for tie said his watch had come, but he'd finish it up Jlow could I send it? What could 1 say to . break such a talo of sorrow? One portrait was there of a worn, sweet faco and beneath in a boyish hand Was wr.tten ".Mother." T saw hor again in themidstof a smiling band Of boys and girls or every size, but she laid x ii proud hand on ono Hor sailor hid with his bright, frank face, her eldest and ablest son. friendg there wore, and i Thotos of school-boone of a falryonng fact, Smiling and tender-eyed- , beneath ho had written me one word "Grace. mi' A dainty housewife, nil 'broidered gay, hold buttons and pins and thread. And worked on the ribbon which held the spools: "To my darling brother Ned." broke to his mothor as woll as I could, with many a falling tear. The news so sad. and the curl I sent with all or his treasures dear. Ah I that was tho sorest, saddest task that ever I have known. Christ! Thou who htwt wept with weeping ones, comfort and keep Thine own. "Thouswho In moments of sorrow and pain, thought of Thy mother's weal, Dfct.tothocryof a heart's sore pain, listen and and heal. tGlveETlircomfort which Is perfect peace, lead pence, with Thine own right hand. T,llJS Jaln our leloved. to part no more, in Thy beautiful, happy lend. Basel Gordon, in Detroit Fret Prcts. lor-Itom- e. . y r AJklODERN AEK r3 How tho Bunn Family Moved Into tho Country. ,,. . Tho Bunn family lived in a small house, in a low and unhealthy quarter of ew Lowell. In a small house, and tho family was large, as poor families are apt to be. ""Ml.' Bunn, who was wonderfully under all his trials, would facetiously call tho roll every night to make sure that none of tho children wero missing, and sometimes he would purposely lorget v two-- y d Baby Bunn, who would ' shout indignantly from his t" mother's lap: J'iereJ TV here! why dou't oo call Ditty Bunn!" And then Mr. Bunn would say in n puzzled voice: "Dicky Dunn who is h? O, yes, to bo sure! Dicky Bunn is th name of tho last one, ain't it? AVell, then Dicky Bu.n!" and tho baby would answer with a pleased giggle "Here!" Although the bill of fare was plain, and the clothes well patched, the Bunn familv managed to extract a good deal of bapm-ue- s from life. When Mr. Bunn found a goijd job and they had, in consequence, a supper" which plenty of - ,"rhotSteak and vegetablesmeantaround, and .leof all somo apples, or a can of peaches for dessert and the flro burned brightly, nnd tho children were every ono well, Hfo seeined actually overflowing with blessiugs; and Mr. Bunn would whittle kindlings for tho morning Are, and Mrs. Bunn would ndd another layer to the patches, thought of envying tho rich people in the grand houses of Upper New Lowell. But often the children were not well. In fact there were so many of them that about ' half the" time the old lounge was tie resting place for some ailing one: and the doctor whenever they could afford to call one would always say more or less about r-the location being an unhealthy one. Their draiungo was bad, and they didn't have enough sunlight, and they all ought to sleep for a ground floor as damp as theirs was n standing invitation to sickness to come and stay tho year round. good-natured i oar-ol- , red-cheek- and-neith- er up-stair- s, - ,Sr d tho big, barn, and the broad fields that sho used to know, and sfio often expressed a desire to move into the country. Bat Mr. Bunn, born and brought up in the city, was like a Laplander In believing that no plnce could be better than that In which he lived. For forty years ho had trotted up and down this unlovely quarter, and the more shnn- ,ues luut wero uuut. ana ue .Ulthier tho 'streets and alleys became, the more he seemeti to enjoy nts place of residence. "Tho Flats is growm' fast," he would proudly remark. " It's gettin to be downright lively here." The poor man I With the exception of a rare glimpse of the grand Park, or some rich man's fine grounds, he knew of nothing letter than his low rooms nnd the struggling, homesick lilacs and s which Mrs. Bunn tried to grow in the sloppy back fann-house, lirol In tho country, and as her family increased, the little house, and the still smaller vanl. formed a painful contrast to the roomy ilr-Y- Inthoearlv Mrs. Itnnn hntl wide-doore- tiger-lilie- yard. - - a long, "fat" job of and to know that the children were not eery sick, was all the happiness Mr. Bunn could comprehend, and he always laughed at Mrs. Bunn's absurd wish to move into the country, where there could be no chance to shoulder brick and mortar ladder. ud a fifty-foA des'iro for tho country always smouldered, however, in Mrs. Bunn's heart, and she never gave up tho hope that some time they might live on a whole acre of ground, and have three or four trees, nnd may be a glimpse of a brook, like the one she used to wade in when sho was a girl. It was this hope that sustained her through all these years, and led her to toil bravely on, and make the best of the cramped and dismal home In "Tho Flats." Thev owned their house that was one comfort and had none of that wretched breaking-u- p and packing about from ono rented place to another, which they observed in their less fortunate neighbors. I suspect that the Buuns hnd great affection for even the leaky kitchen roof, and the rickety pump, because of the dear fact that they owned them. And yet, although these shabby premises were their own, it seemed as if in this spring of 1S&4 tho house had never seemed quite so small and qui to so sicklv. Both Tom and Annie were down with low fevers. Baby Bunn was crossly cutting some double teeth, and a series of long, hard rains had Interfered with to such an extent that Mr. Bunn. in a tattered rubber coat, bad taken to looking for jobs ct Dismal, indeed, was thB outlook, and it required all the Bunn fortitude to eat suppers of cakos and black sirup contentedly, and to rise un- complainiugly to breakfasts of e mash and milk. "It we lived iatfe country , began Mrs. To have g, ot hod-carryi- ng wood-sawin- g. corn-me- al corn-me- al sky-bin- . . blanketed girl, after sho had list nod n Bunn. nnd then checked tn...t. In no mood to bo laughed at. "Papa, hero I am!" sho called at on She went thinking, however, that if they livedin at tho top of her lungs. on an acre or land, thP. poaW ' "Yes, am coming," came an answering least have potatoes and turnips .nd fresh voice. eggs an occasional chicken, It was not lomr before tho hastily limit perhaps --oh! mercy of mercies-th- ey keep raft was pushed out ami brought beneath m a cow by letting Mio chUdVe Rd her tho window. The man in the army coat was then recognized and received with a t0 ' r'1p tb free there little shout. Tho father of the rescued Probably Mrs. Bunn was getting a littlo child looked up with eyes that wore overfeverish herself, for whenever she closed flowing. "Oivn me Kitty nnd I'll take hor her eves sho seemed to see fair ween fields right home to her mother, who is nearly crazy. Drop her right down," nnd he held and dancing brooks, and a white'eow ? upon tho hillsides, and happychildren np his strong nrms. "I've seit my man gathering violets in the unsbine: back for the double tenm, and we'll soon and she could hear tho spring cackle of havo you all up to our house." thriftv ambitious hens, and the carol of robbins "O. 1'apa, I'll never, never, never, p on tho branches of tho budding never disobey you again!" oxclaimed trees, bho closed her eyes as ner turougu tne often as her Kitty, ns they bundled work would permit, through this last window. gloomy day in tho Flats, nnd feit som"No, I nm sure you never will," said her dropped ewhat comforted and cheered bv her strange father. Then Kitty was carefully tho raft fancies. into tho upreaching nrms, nud A river runs by the Flats, that pushed away. locality ery distinctly fromseparating of "All be ready for the next boat!" called the heigSts Upper Lowel . Every spring it rises and out Mr. Bunn, cheerfully. " Ah ! I am so thankful," sain .Mrs. uunn, runs away with its usual petty larcenies of woodsheds, chicken coops and the lite; "to think that we're not only all safe, but but in this spring of more Pa has saved somebody else." it than petty larceny.it meant meant nnd Then there was a great dressing nnd a bold and defiant raid. Its gray, swirling waters brushing, and a great washing and polishalmost reached tho d bridges, ing of faces aud hands; for plenty of and its usual insinuating murmur was water could bo dipped up with a pitcher turned to a menacing roar. uut the Flat and the knotted sheets, and tho family people did not fear it; and even when it were all in readiness when the raft arrived crept no to their back yards and lapped under tho window again. hungrily around their But such a large family could not bo it was still but a new awl refreshing excit- shipped all at once. Mrs.lUinn let Kitty ementthis big rise of the peaceful "Little nnd Baby Bunn. and two other small boys, uolf." The men and women living along go ashore first; then Annie and Tom, carewero let tho banks looked after such small, loose fully wrapped in articles as wer likely to be carried away, down for tho next load; nud finally Mrs. and tho children uiado rafts and paddled Bunn, with the remaining small boy and a about In the pools of in great bundle of clothing, tookn leave of tho house. glee. Some authorities rode over to tho quite full; They filled tho Flats, and suggested that the houses along and the horses, impatient at the long waitthe river had better be vacated, and the ing, started off at a paco that made Baby families living there only laughed and Bunn's cheeks shako liko two bowls of said they were not ofra-Vf-; ami ono jelly, and turned the children's faces into went to bed that nisht feeling entirely one broad smile. The sun now shone radisafe, and thankful hlat the weather had antly: there was a smell of young leaves cleared and that tiere would be chances aud early violets in the air; from the hillfor going to work On tho morrow. sides came tho plaintivo bleat of little But "at mfdnight there was a cry." Mr. lambs; aud yes, there it was, the loud, of the robiu and Mrs. Bunn did not hear it, for Annie clear and Tom were sleeping soundly for the from his topmost twig. "How queer it is," thought Mrs. Bunn. first night in a week, and the father and mother, tired out with vigils, were also "I seemed to see and hear all this yesterdeep in slumber. They were all sleeping day." At the farmhouse a great breakfast was up stairtas the .doctor had .advised Tom and Annie in their bunks near the window, in waiting for them; nnd Kitty, who had where a breath of fresh air could touch been kissed and cried over, aud given some their fevered faces, three small boys in tho very hot drinks by her mother, was lying trundle-beNelly, tho eldest girl, on a snugly tucked up in !ed in a room opening lounge, and Baby Bunn with his father off the kitchen, and the door had been left o'pen, that sho might enjov tho view of tho and mothor. Tho cry came from some of the houses big table nnd the big family that wero to along tho river, and there was only time gather around it. Such a breakfast! Even Annie and Tom for the bewildered snatching of a. little d eggs clothing and a. frenzied escape to higher were able to relish tho ground, everyone, in those first wild mo- and the delicious cream toast, while Mr. ments, thinking but of himself and those Bunn nnd the little boys accepted everybelonging to him. The FJats hod nut vet thing, from the broiled ham aud cold baked achieved street lamps, and only the pale beans to griddle-cnke- s aud doughnuts. glimmer of the stars lighted tho terrible As for Mrs. Bunn, the dear old associascene. tions of early days so crowded upon her Tho littlo Bunn house stood lowest of she could hurdlytasto nny thing. any in the Flats, and the river had been "This is the way people can livo in the nosing about it for an hour or more before country," sho wdiispered to Nelly, nnd it took its final grip. When it really set its shuddered when she thought of going back jaws together, Mr. and Mrs. Bunn were to the Flats. nwakoned by the queer, straining crenk But Mrs. Bunn nover went Imck to the and jar, and they now beard the wild FInts. That afternoon she was seized with shouts outside, the lap aud swirl of the a chill, and lxfore night was in a high waters about them, nnd knew, w itli freez- fever, from which she lay ill in the best ing hearts what it all meant. bedroom of the Thompson farmhouse for With the instinct that makes all woman- two weeks. Mr. Bunn nnd Nelly and Mrs. kind want to die decently, Mrs. Bunn Thompson nursed her tenderly, and took dashed into hor gown which hung over the good care of Dicky, whilo tho other chilfoot of the bed, and oven gavo her hair a dren lived at- large in the fields, the big swift twist. Then she caught up Dicky barn and tho Inrgo kitchen-garreand Bunn, who gavo a sleepy cry at such disgrew well and happy. soon ns Mrs. "Bunn liecamo strong nnd sho breathed the name of As turbance, Christ's mother, as she held him tightly to enough to "take the nir," she was lifted Bunn steering with into the easy single buggy, and Mr. her breast. Mr. great presence of mind through the s"a of Thompson himself drove, because he could sleepy children looked from the window. not trust the horse to other hands than his procession? And own, he said. He drove slowlv along the Was there a torch-lighad all the stars joined in it? For the pleasant country way, now sweet and leafy lamps that were now flashing out from the in its fresh May robes, and at the end of n windows, and the bright stars above were mile he stopped before a small house, all moving in tho same direction. No, it neatly painted in two shades of gray, and was his own house that was moving they shaded by two kingly elms. In the rear ol were afloat! Mr. Bunn staggered back to the house some men were Imilding a kitchen, Mr. Thompson explained; the led and drew on bis trousers, and felt about for his stockings, and said not a Down at the foot of the grassy slope ran word. Nellie, the oldest child, who had a sparkling, pebbled brook. The brook awakened, sat up and called out: "O, crossed the road on which they were drivmother!" even ns her mother had called ing, and was spanned by a very now bridge. niKHi that other sacred name. "Be brave, darlin' , and don't wake the "It is a right pretty place," said Mrs. I Wo're all goin' together, Bunn, looking at the shady little porch and other children up to the noble elms, ami thinking how anyhow." "Maybe she'll hold together," said Mr. heavenly it must be to live in such a plnce. Bunn, who always found tho hopeful sido "Well, I'm glad you like the CAtion, of things. "We'll light the lamp and see because it's yours, you know," said Mr. where we are." And soon all the people Thompson. enough to .. morn bo .wlioworn dUhitorefctwl ..?-:-r "Mine?" said Mrs. Bunn, her eyes grow- . .? . niitonisUmont. "Were tho siguiseers, nouceu n punjimr mnnn-m- ezzr dark river like tho light of a will o' the still buzzing in her head? wisp except that it was a little steadier; "Certainly, Mrs. Bunn! Don't you reca light that moved farther and farther ognize vour own house? AH we "did to it away and was final Iv lost to sight. was to haul it up here from the nver and Sho did "hold together." Through nil give it a littlo paint and a little whitethose long hours of terror, the little house wash, and so forth. Your man taid you reeling and staggering at times, nnd was fond of trees, and so we set the house thumped nnd jammed by floating debris-h- eld by these elms. Your man's around there together and in the early dawn sailed at work on the kitchen now it'll Ive finished along "all there," ns Mr. Bunn expressed in a day or two and there's three acres of and three of inuple aud it: and all tho children, except Nellv. good grass-lan- d slept peacefully, as if lulled into deeper beech; nnd we've picked out a nice, gentle slumber by the rocking of their ono com- cow for a present to your Nellv; and mon cradle. They appeared to be in the well, it's a small enrugh return "for what middle of the river, for there was plenty of your man did for us when our Kitty was as Mr. Bunn said, but the shore carried off on the old bridge that used to on either side, was shut out by a heavy stand yonder," anil Mr. Thompson drew out his handkerchief nnd wiped his nose foe. "If wo could only seo the banks, it with great vigor. "All the land the cow ours"" Foor wouldn't be quite so awiui," nioaneu poor Nellie, nervously shivering in spite of the Mrs. Bunn could not believe her sondes. "Yes, nil yours, to have and to hold. thick shawl m wnicn suo was wrapped. e "Darlin' be thankful we're snared so And I forgot to say that there's a far, and perhaps the dear Lord'll save us school just over tho hill there, for vour oven yet," said herinother. But it was in- youngsters. But you musn't talk much, deed "" awful," moving on through this Mrs. Bunn, nnd you mustn't get flustered mist with unknown dangers sighing and just after a fever, so. We'll drive 'round homo now, and maybe you'll f.jel strong murmuring all around. As daylight advanced they seemed to enough to go into the house tomorrow and have floa'ted into stiller waters; and pres- look around." Happiness is such a tonic that Mrs. Bunn ently there came a gentle shock a3 if the was indeed nble the next day to look the honso had touched bottom. "Are we sinking, Dennie, dear?" asked house over. And she discovered what Mr. Thompson's "nnd so forth" meant. It Mrs. Bunn, of her husband. " Not a bit of it, jewel ! We're on land, meant substantial new furniture for all the that's where wo are: aud here's a tree be rooms, pretty shades for the vindows, a e a tree big handsome new stove for the now side us as big as a right side up, too and we've come to a kitchen, and n whole pantry full of grocery stoppin' place, sure!" aud Mr. Bunn, who supplies nnd crockery. "0, its all too much too much!" cried had been so cueeriut ant: piuccy through all these hours, sat down on the bed and Mrs. Bunn, sinking down Into the new buried his face in his red cotton handker- rocking chair. "O, no, no, indeed !" chorused Mr. and chief. "Ah, it will do you good, Dennie dear!" Mrs. Thompson, who had been smilinelv said his wife, patting him on tho shoulder, watching her surprised and happy face. " Wo value our Kitty's life at a great deal and laughing nud crying herself. The Bunn family had indeed come to an more than this. Indeed we do!"-1- 1. 'Emil$ Leland, in X. Y. IndciKitdent. anchorage. Not only one but several trees stood about them, and in between two of these staunch supports the house had THE LONDON MINT. drifted and was firmly held. Tho fog lifted slowly, and by and by the faithful blue of the sky smiled down upon them, and hilly Tli Xninbor or Coins Struck During th Vast Year. shores came into view, with glimpses o"f cultivated fields and budding woodlands. Tho recently issued report of the The Bunn family hail moved into the Deputy-mastof the Mint, giving an country at last! As tho cradle stopped rocking, the chil- account of tho operations of that De dren awoke, and clustered about the small partment for the year 1884, is a more gable Vindows quite stupefied with wonder than usually interesting document at the'itrange, scene around them. Just ",t this moment there came ringing From it we learn that the amount over the waters a wild scream. Mr. Bunn pushed the children aside and leaned out of gold coined during tho yeat of tho window. Just emerging from the exceeded by moro than a million the lingeringfog up river, floated a remnant of a small country bridge, and clinging to amount coined in 1S83, while the silvei it was a little girl in a red cloak, who coinage was but littlo in excess of the again screamed with terror as the tossing average. The coinage of bronze, howplanks almost submerged her in the grown up bosido ever, .wajlargcrUiau in anv year siucjj. a river without knowing hoir to swim. In 1875." fact, Littlo Wolf in some of its sequestered The total woisrht of metal melted nooks had been his for many a the "twelve months was 470 summer. His shoos and coat being already down during up as follows a certain off, he plunged down from the window and tons, made struck out for the red cloak like n hero. proportion of alloy being of course inThe current was bearing the fragment of cluded gold, G7 tons; silver, IDS tons; bridge straight toward him, but the planks and bronze, 205 tons. The total numwere separating and the child was about to sink as he reached' her. She made a ber of coins struck out of this metal was frantic clutch at his neck, but ho held her 65,295,38- -, giving an average of more off with one hand and swam as best ho than 1,200,000 pieces per week throughcould back to the house, which seemed the out the year. Out of these, however, poarest landing-poin8,912,0S1 pieces did not come within the Mrs. Bunn had, with practical promptness, tied two sheets together and let them limits of the standard legal weight, so down from the window. Mr. Bunn, steady- that the number of pieces Available for ing himself upon a floating timber, fastened issue was reduced to 56.3G3.301, the tho sheet about tho waist of tho half value of these good pieces being, rAl drowned child, and any number of hands or nominal. 3,lo7,9GG 10s. Id.. Of tln pulled her up and lifted her through the amount, 3,070,292 10s. 5d (11.0D3.30 window. "Now I'm in the water," shouted Mr. pieces) consisted of imperial coinage Bnnn, "I may as well swim ashore nnd see the remaining S7,G73 19s. Sd. (15.270.-00- 0 where wo are. Keep up your spirits, my pieces) being colonial cor ii9go for jewels, there's the shore just a bit beyond Canada, Jamaica. Hong Kong etc. All the house." Mrs. Buun leaned from the window until this coinage, both imperial and "olonial, she nearly fell overboard, then seeiug that has been executed at the miirV its inhe had reached wading depth she turned creased coining power rcnderii.(r it unnnd gave all her attention to the little necessary that any portion of th'n wort dripping mito who sat on the floor in the of coinage should be intrusted to private midst of the small Buuns crying convulsively. Mrs. Bunn took' off her wet tirms. clothes and wrapped her in blankets, warm The greatest number of coina struck from tho trundle bed, and soothed her with of any denomination was about 11,700,-00many a pitying word. For nwhilo tho consisting, as will readily bo supchild could only sob and gasp in her attempts to speak, but Anally she made posed, of pence. Halfpence came nex--t known the fact that poor little in point of numbers, nearly 7,000,000 of lambs were dowriTjn' theher lower pasture, this coin, being struck. The number ol and she had been out tcTsee thoy were struck was over 5,700,000, a all safe, and her papa "had if her not farthings large number, considering told seemingly to go on the bridge, and she had been naughty and disobeyed him. and the bridge the present small general circulation of broke up all in a this coin. 0 shillings, nearly 4,000,000 then the sobs burst forth afresh. She was were coined; sixpences, over 3.100,000; hardly dried and warmed and comfortable, threepences, over 3,800.000. Sovereigns before voices were heard shoreward, and were coined to the soon a bipsk hammering Wan in that di- and. number of over 1,700,000 and 1,100,000 rection. Nellynlsoneafiyvfentoverboard, and reported some men asking a raft. She respectively. Of colonial coinages, that failed to recogn ze her rather among them, of bronze for the Straits Setbecause he had changed, wet clothes for somebody's black J tros his and an old tlements was numerically largest, sera 4.000,000 of this coin being struck during army overcoat. "O, I can bear ppTj . exciJmed the the year. Cliambers'' Journal. mr-ine- X feed-in,- tip-to- ll high-arche- door-step- s, back-wat- er farm-wago- "trillium-trillium-tre- e" d, fresh-boile- - t, ht new-larg- e 1 - fever-drea- sea-roo- first-rat- church-steepl- -- i er cur-rou- t- bath-roo- m t. 0, mlnate-and-and- -and half-sovereig- half-cen- ts Narrow Escape .female prisoners haro become so ItocnESTnn, Juno 1. 1SS2. "Ten A sculptor to his friend did say: m mcrous in the city jail at Tensacola, Table scraps aro better food for Tours ago 1 was attacked with tho most "I'll lay a wager I can make thejvhave been placed in an Intonso and deathly pains in my back and From this huge mass vf shapeless clay poultry than for pigs Chicago Jour-- Fia., that nnnf . i.- ...n -Kt&ntv. A perfect woman, saws mistake." i 111 uruaKing siono ior nciusiuu in. "Extondlng to tho end of my toes and to street purposes to pay their lines. SL "I".l tako you." was his friend's ropiy, A light dusting of salt sown on my brain I Tost- z A.wl soon the sculptor's work was " Which made mo doliriousl buckwheat is said to largely increase Louis Ills friend puzed on with earnc-- oyedone "From agony III! the productiveness of its grain, making The worker smhed and said: "I'vowon.. Only ajxrot "It took three men to hold mo on my bed it fill well oven in drv weather. A'. 1'. animal is bt for150 pounds of each beef "Woman without a tonjnie, oh my! I knew all now. My grandson. Tommy, canning, honce to pro- at times! think jon'tl own that I have won." was a fiuc child, but he had ono peculiarity. Uerald. vide 3,000,000 pounds of canned boof, or "The Doctors tried in vain to relievo me, Tho sculptor, smiling, made reply: No kind of stock should be allowed Tho 'wore 1 washed hi hands, tho blacker cans,vwould require 20,000 cat- but to no purpose. "A perfect ,,nnn should have none.' And whatever ho touched he to eat young chcrrv shoots, however 500,000 timv cot LcmUvllu ilforphinc ami ol7icr op'uilost tle. ChicagoiTribunc. printed off his hand., on. worthless tho latter may be. The "Had no effect! MARRIAGE A LA MODE. Ho was capable of climbing that wisteria leaves and bark of tho cherry contain a ' After two months I was given np to A Sad Caso of IVlonlnr ami ho liked to tcae. He had a lively considerable amount of prussic acid, hie, A hat I A cane! t'ear Tommy, and ho had Is that of anv man or woman afHictedwith die!!!! disposition. Poor " When my wlfo and this is occasionally fatal to sheep disoaso or derangement of tho liver, reA nobby beau ! bets taken tho teeth both double church-tim- just as and cows left to graze A narrow la no I where thoy cun sulting in poisonous accumulations in tho heard a neighbor toll what Hop Bitters had spectacles beforo lie had my A whisper low I dono for her, sho at onco got and gavo mo blood, scrofulous affections, poor Uncle Pinner's get at UTroy Times. and once put his chimney, some. The first doso cased my brain and and diseases of the A smllo! A bowl when ho was An admirablo potato pudding: or heart. These troubles ennkidneys, lungs seemed to go hunting through my system les P the wooden bo cured only A littlo Ulrt! telegraphed for in a hurry somewhere. First boil two pounds of white potatoes, by going to the primary cause, and put- for tho pain. An ardent vow lively disposition, That's cheap as dirtl I "like a rights, and weddingsbut boarders then peel and beat them in a mortar, ting tho hfcr in a healthy condition. To The second doso cased mc so much that I aren't to be small as not to bo discovered what they accomplish this result speedily nnd effect- slept two hours something-- had not dono for have their A hand to squeeze, nothing has proved itself so months. I had trilled with; aud says I: are; then take a pound of butter anil ually as Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medicaleffica- two well and atUcforoas hard used live bottles I A girl to kiss, was as any man could, work Discious Mrs. l'ouncer, bo calm." I'd gone mix it with tho yolks of Quito at one's ease, forever three weeks; butlvrorked too hard lor eight eggs and covery," which has never failed to do the my "Don't cry to her room, you know. back Mun needs bo bliss! strensrt B, and taking a hard cold. I was taktho whites of "three: beat them very work claimed for it, and never will. en with the most acute and painful rheumatism well and miv in a pint of cream anil through my system that over was known. A ring! A dato! all A honeymoon! "I called half a pint of milk, a pound of refined France presents America with the weeks they tho doctorsn again, and af tor several To find too iato left mo cnpplo on crutches for liberty, and wa put up the pedsugar with a littlo salt and spice; bako statue of sort as they nnd told met eoon! It was too EUcry of base ingratitude. Texas life,case, and said. I Hop u lnendhad cured him estal a my him The HouselwUl. Hfrg, in Plicfc., hq,sald Hitters it Sifting. and would euro mc I poohed at him. but ho in If farmers who would like to sow was so earnest I was induced to use them ajaln. In less than four weeks 1 throw away my What can bo moro disagreeable, moro orchard grass, but aro deterred from its THE LANDLADY'S STOIttl work llphtly and kepton than to sit habit of growing in tufts, would re- disgusting, istroubled in a room with n crntcbos and went tofive weeks, until I becamo with catarrh, and using-th- as bitters for living-- and jMjrson who member that the seed weighs only four- has to keep coughing nnd clearing his or ns well nny man teen pounds to tho measured bushel tho her throat oftho mucus which drops into for six years since How a Matrimonial Event Camo It has also cured my wife, who had been rellection would come that not les than it? Such persons aro always to bo pitied J Near Being Postponed. try to euro themselves and fail. sick for years; and ha3 kept her and my two bushels per aero should be sown. if they children well and healthy with from two to they get Dr. Sage's s also weigh each Bat ifneed be no failure. Catarrh Remedy three bottles per year. There is no need to aud red-to- p there HTysterlous Disappearance fJrandseo fourteen pounds per bushel, and when be sick'at all if theso bitters aro used. Toinmy'd Utile Practical ,Iohn, and exclusive seeding is practiced not less ' The sky, unlike man, is most cheerful J. J. Berk, tho Misery It Caused Huppjr than three bushels per acre should bo when the "bluest. Worcester Gazette. Tho 'That poor Invalid wife, Sister, Mother, grass, unlike man, is most delightful when Mt Last. givon. Chicaqo Tribune. "Or daughter!!!! "Can be made the picture of health! Soda biscuit: Sift into ono quart of tbe greenest Oil City Derrick. Hour two teaspoonfuls of cream tartar; "with a few bottles of Hop Bitters' 1 believe in fun. Oh, yes, I do hjjero 0 i Rupturo radically cured, n4o " lHU you Ict'tlicm suffer MP' half teaspoonful of salt: add to it four pilo tumors nnd fistulas. Pamphlet of parin fun. But practical jokes may go po far tablespoonfuls of thick cream or (if vou ticulars two letter stamps. World's DisI'roHPcute the Stciiullera III indeed they may. Now, there w tho any more. Tho wedding may come off, havo If when you callfor the not cream) ono tablespoonful of pensary Medical Association, Buffalo,!. Y. cat an jthlDK bat "Jl-- pHon Hitterswith dnursfct handf AtVut, after all. I'll try to help you." And then, a preen case of Mrs. and Mr. Itatchett Bitter" lard, and tho same of butter; cup and a of Hops on white label, shun that dropKlst duner as jrea I hunted up tho mush-stlcall. and then they weren't Mr. and Mrs. HatcMtt. first of hunted up Tommy. If he has taken Wuitr the Czar i3 compelled to have a would a viper; andhlmfi.r tbe fraudyonr uioner for half of sweet milk: dissolve one tea- then i bogus stuff. Indict and sue alta for some of our Ameriguard him, but Mrs. Touncer and Mr. Itatchett; W damages fur the swinjv, Soysl: "My child, I've taken my slip- spoonful of soda in tho milk; work well mastiff to feel can ladies with a pug. Atlanta liberally for the cnTictlon.and we wul reward jou she was a widow; and when sho camopo per to you before ; but this I've never cor- together; mould into biscuit with tho Constitution. secure See l. s. art laiatKtloa against CD. Warner. Reading. JJictu and a'l till and nic in a carrintre hired, but still willjp rected you with. Now own up, and you hands. Do not let them touch when in Druztf:j and other Iml'at rs. tsfce warning-- agenta. Pike'sTooth ache Pnors cure !nl minute,2rc. shall have a whole half pie beforo dinner. the baking tin; bake in a quick oven. man in livery driving it and said to iueiV HOP BITTEKS MFO CO. I Glenn'tSiilithv r Simp heals and beautifies. 25c. deny, and I'll attend to you." Boston Budqct. "Oh, .Mrs. Kimherly, ma'am, it's noftthe But Gebiun Cob Kemo vek kills Corns Humous. Then says he: You'll give mo a real Tho Farmers' Magazine says tho expense I'm thinking of, for terms don't half pie? Not a half!" d who will A affect mo mucli poor, dear Mr. Poancor Says I: "I will." Though 1 had pangs best method of ridding tho ground of row mas must bo with a double skull. Rochester Dem- is to plow lato in the fall of conscience. turning the earth up deep. Do not ocraf. And ho says: "They're In tho plum-jayou're going to havo for lunch, grandma.'' harrow it, but leave it in tho rough ,' says I. "Oh, you condition. The frost will penetrate tho THE 3IMIKETS. "In tho soil and kill the worms. Should, howdreadful boy." Says ho: "Can't I havo that, too? 1 ever, the plowing be done too soon, tho risriNSATi. September. 22, 1BSS TO 2M don't mind." worm's will have timo to seek protection 1 K sii&B HI 9bB J .0 m. is Choice Hutchcrs So I got tho plum-jaand 1 spooned lower down, and tho plowing therefore 8 40 45 3 8.'. out tho two r.ouble sets, which should should be done as late as possible, - 3& Good jmckcrs for have helped somo of tho boardcre to If I 3 00 .:jgo to choice fear that some of tho worms may escape. SHEni'-Uo- od 1 carried Mrs. Pouncer KMUU-Fui", fe4 40 hadn't, and then Plow the field again in the spring, but fill......- u i.i.ui-- 1 ..wr Jlvrod V2 & Kl . nilfrr' hers, anil washed the others off and conv L. in n. ago." says "A niece of 91 No. 2 red 9 82 "was the we.atm'zt. tine years from CottageV. Utartk knowr nub. ncr Of sidered; ami it dawned upon me like a as early as possible., and the work of 1 iii'xed Cwn-- No ttrce michs taken its consummlTe vision. Where should Mr. Itatchett be but extermination will be complete. 26 ft Z6y, mother's arms emaciated, and rlaceJ on Itidse'sFood Oats No. 2 miied exclusively. At ence. It commenced to pain, and was 61 at his dentist's and his name I know. Sc o.2 Tho following mixturo forms an toon plump and healthy; and the cn!M still llres." 12 50 213 00 in my wrapper and a waterproof, not look- excellent brown coating for protecting HA Y Tmiol by No. U) on I.u?s $ a 75 Such testimony as this shows beyond all caTil Its trua value. ing in tho glass for my bonnet, o ' tarted, iron and steel from rust: Dissolve two 10 00 fel4 50 . Good Mediums aud In tiie dentist's, sure enou:;.. found parts of crysLilized iron chloride, two PUOVISIONS-l'o- rk 9 75 4 'J S7'i Jless - e, tt 15 him, with his mouth full of i'i 'or. and 6'i Lard IT me Mcam 14 ft ODCAll such a happy man as ho was 1 : r aw, of antimony chloride and one of tannin nUTTKIt Kancr Iiairy UHLITI UI1LH11I Ohio when I said, says 1: "Mr. thoy in four of water and apply with a sponge APPI.ES-l'ni- f 1 1 M nf when applied tn!o ttc mRL or rag ami let dry. Then another coat rOTATOUS i.-- barrel 30 t 1 K) thoughtful of me in his will: are lound." was so nostrils, will be a:ior-ed- , So they wero married that da , attei id", of the paint is applied and again anNuw yuitic but should you be able to protnh-- roe tho effectually cleans-Ib-r and they board with mo jet Vo kent other, if necessary, until the color be- KMJOK inf and Western ...$3 49 3 75 the head of catarrh-icomforts of a home?" & H'l SCbiCUgo heat-N- o. comes as dark as desired. When dry GKAhS virus causirj; And her dres was tho richest ofsllk, - P43SC lK l)g laflammatlon,l'C- w HaYFlVLH Ne.2rod it is washed with water, allowed to drv pro4S tt Corn No. 2 mised 4'i and all covered with English crape, and her the innnVran? again, and tho surface polished witli - 2?X 2Ui tecta fresh colds, com- IV. from 00 fflO 25 yard deep: ami, really, -- ...18 veil with a horn a boiled linseed oil . Tho antimony chlo-rid- o VOKK Mess pletely heals the sores C 40 steftH) and restores the seLses 1 was so touched that 1 promised hor my must bo as nearly neutral as possi LAUD Western CHICAGO. of taste and sn.ell. btst front room with the alcove, whether ble Albany Journal. 4 30 & 5 06 1'lJOUU-Pi- atc end Western.. -- J HOT a UullID cr SXDFF.I 5 red any one else u anted It or not And she fc7J Cut the cu- GltAIN Wtitat-N- o. Glazed Cucumbers : A f ew KJy No. 2 lb capo Bprmy z&i Kfc l lleTe. A appllcatlans ro mumek lived in retirement and had her meals hi cumbers into quarters, split them in $& tienmsh treat-Orn N tho middle, remove their seeds; peel her own room for two weeks, for a reason 2fi'i .230i lire them, let them blanch for a few minthat sho confided to mo. Sho was gofeg to Sftj v 05 ss Alt ccats ly mall or at iizix'.i. Send for circular. utes; then range them in a stewpan, 63J $62S the dentist's, and they were a full set, and wb ELT linOTHEP."'. Drucelits,Owe20,K.T. ' UALTIMOllK. spread with slices of raw ham; moisten of tho bcautifulest whiteness, like snow; s 0 ."oo them with a little gravy; let them boil, rLorm-rurm- ir but at first, yon know, you can't talk in ! fc'K Xo.3 cat letting tho moisture reduce to glaze; 'em, much losso at, and that makes it InIViH 4S Cwn iii'Xod dish them up. Dilute tho stock of then cd S 6 30 convenient tho stewpan with a littlo whito wine, PIlGtVISloXS Pork MeM ....JO 00 S10 SO e moment, so to gpesk. UoSlKK- lAt the Card 7f let it boil, thicken it with a littlo kneaded CATTI.U Medium 3 00 & 3 SO , Vywlfe has been Mrely afflicted with Eczema or Mr. Itatchett ho came to the house; ami it 3 50 ttSflS-.butter; pass tho sauco. through a sieve, HOOS Salt Iihcum f row lnf.ir.cy. We tried every known was the most remarkable coincidence, ho their socreLs though perhaps they ain't zo also afflicted wlln remedy, but to mi at alL INDIANAPOLIS. a periodical nervous headache, sometimes feHowed confided in me, too. Ho was going to tho crets any moro: and they've rewarded me over tho cucumbers. Glazed cucumbers Wheat-NSO -- 5 2 red by an Intermittent feter.to that her life became o. dentist, likewise, and his was a lull set; with their gratitude. But onn thing dread may bo masked with bechamel sauce, S. 8. 48J harden to her. Finally 1 determined ,lo try S. third nud he, said he'd Hko to b.J spoke of, and ful did happen bosido tho pie. Tommy whito sauco, brown sauco, and oven She commenced f'Ten weeks ajjo. After the 2SK sore betllethe laOaisBtatlen disappeared, and finally spots Globe. charged as an Invalid for a month. vl:ih swallowed all tho pi inn jam. I expocted with tomato wice. Boston ixtmsvn.UK. rirlp.1 nnand tHrnot wbHcand scaly.SBd she 54 15 ft 4 .V was done. And nil would havo been priFimir-Abrushed them off loan Impalpable whlt powderbotthat he'd die. but he didn't SO ... Whoa rure salt. She- Is now taking the sixth Xo.2red. GKtX vate and unknown hut for my grandson. INDIAN CORN. tle: every appearencn of the disease Kone and her 48 Corn Tommy, that I have the bringing np of; flesh Is soft and whim as a child's. Her headaches Gt iOH .. DASHED HOPES. have disappeared and sjie enjoys the only cood health anil how lie fonnd it out, I don't know, but Hope 105O Which Kmpiiaslze tho A Cereal M years. N'o wearier she deems she has known In SU. un & ho did. and told it to all the boarders In the How a Wlre'ij ItaMiovolent Intentions YTorfl every bottle of S.S.S. is worth a thousand tlmei 111 nnd Hardihood of the New World. welglit la coW. JOHX K. 1IKADLEY. parlor one evening, and was corrected with UJrtswotdSt. Detroit, .Mich.. May lOSSS. Completely- Crushed. Oar jitaional escutcheon displays an my slipper and 6ent to bed in consequence. For sale by all drutdts. "So yon woro at jnagara Falls?" she eagle. Now, if it wero required to j&3l "VST.. 33XJI'' 2MC erEcrnc co. tiik bwiDrawer3.Atlaata.Oa. Hut Mr. Itatchett ho never knew, and Mrs. K.Y,n7W.3dSt. Wayne, Du Page Co., Illinois, emblem from tho vegetable sho never guessed and we must asked. Pouncer chooso an The BUVEKS' GUIDE la "Yes." all come to It mhho time; and some of ns HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE kingdom to bespeak the hopo and lssnecl Sept. antl March, had, I've no doubt And it didn't matter ruined "Yon saw tho falls?" l"erehronllnre Include at S,500,000, hardihood of tho new world, where rnch ytar, pngeif which about much, after all. And what do you believe "Oh, yes." 8,' .xll1 j lnchcsyvrithover would tho selection fall? The plant to 70 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES tlmso two did widow and widower hut "Very gmI)l?', Illustration a 3.500 Plctnre Gallery. fall in lovo with each other, at least as bo promoted to tho place of honor must WhoA purity of blood Is established 1t pedlprees whole "Very." bo much as at their ago and their size coukl In GIVES IVTiolcsnle Price. "Did you feel awed? possess tho virtue of accommodation, Stud Hook UiePercheron Stud Book of France, the only ever publUhcd in that country, expected! He waited on her to church, direct to consumers on all poods far "I did." growing readily north, south, east and EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. ami sho knitted him worsted muffler?, and personal or family use. Telia how to ".Much water?" he used to read sonitthlng that he called STOCK ON HAND: west; be notable for its fruitfulness; a order, nml plvea exact coat of every"Yes, a great deal." poetry, and that was solemner than the thing you use, eat, drink, irear, or right-han- d relianco of tho pioneer "Constant roar, I supikbo?" g prayer-book- , hare fun vlth. These KWALUAHLK of mornings in the Import tdCroodlkres "Yes." above all, it must bo an immemorial BOOKS contain Information gleaned it from bclnc dusted, and making tS tfJMnVCKs. "Felt your from the markets of the world. Ws of the soil. Tho western contiher gapo dreadful, poor thing! Rut men didn't you?" nothingness all tho time, i Imported Stallions, Mrlll mall a copy FREE to any adare inconsiderate, whether married or sinnent has produced the potato, the dress npon receipt of 10 eta. to defrny "Yes'm." OM enough for gle, and women will put up with a great pumpkin, aud the tobacco plant; also expense of mailing. Iet us hear from Serrlce. "How long did this feeling last?" Likedeal betorc the wedding-rinis on. ltcfjpcctfally, yon. 125 COLTS "What the feeling that 1 was a poor, maize. Tim first, prone in its ways, wise, ho took her to lectures where 1 am Two fears old and and fruiting lubterraneously;, would do puny, miserable nobodvV" MONTGOMERY WARD & CO told she went to sleep, poor dear! jciDger. bk7bbb!w17 wrong to our national genius; tho a "Yes." 237 fc 229 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 11L She liked fun. and good eating, and fh rtrln- VLmvy clple eccrrtcd br al I In telll- rx "Oh. not over ten minutes." second a golden braggart, with its dancing, even at her size; nnd ho liked hor..None Genuine nnlrss bearing tills Slant breeder ibjir. how. WEV irent brpri g "Humph! I was gohie to send my hushabits afar be its sugrid, solemn things, and had a way of talkanfm.I mar lie 'er well r nronnt tatiita be.lf thplr rwl!rTJAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. band down. I supposed It might last two gestion! The third would but conjuro ing as if you didn't have ideas nobody else recorded, they should be ralutd only as grade. 1 will - XT IMade In Button, Congress and W, stock up a vision of Columbia, lapped in nic- sell all Imported animalat TOde prices when I cannot could understand vou hadn't anv at all. weeks." Detroit Free Pros. sold, pediRTwi with th by ceuJieitVatrSan. unexcelled But widows mostly will get married. If they otian hazo and vagaries inviting tho furnish French certificate or ltd numberrerinetl the in Durability, Cmnforl and original and record In Tho Oniric in the Art Cnllery. Appearance A Postal card the lVrcheron Stud Hook of France. Illuspoor dears, though you can't help woncan. nations to smoke with her! There sent free. Wayne, Ills. , is 33 miles t'ataloa-uintrated 1? Ky. dering sometimes fliat they haven't hail sufWei ttouswiu unoB juu cet A local oracle was walking through a gal formation how to. only the maize, and how can wo west of Chicago, on the Chicago & W. a7 Bhoe in any state this , ficient warning. Well, lie proposed, of lcry with one of thoc artless, do better than to adopt as our armorial or Territory. to mra uiu.ru the liter jtrst be kit i.t orpbr. course, and she accepted; and she was to he simple, modest girls J. Alcana tfcCo., the other day. He device the Indian's own plant? Xo 1 Lincoln m. EoetocMaes. was enlarging on the different schools of other species in the list of cultivated ' paluting. He appreciated everything; ho cereals appears to such good advantage, 1 II II Is a cure for Lirer Complaints and ills caused by a knew everything. They came to a pictiuo. in the isolated individual. A single .Dyspepcondition n plant of Indian corn, though deranjed or torpidBiliousnes.oftheLiTer.as Jaundice, Headache. sia. Constipation. SissssiassEaUTTOrlSillifis He saw without looking a name in the corJdaUruuRheumatism. etc. it regulates tue uoweie, but a fleeting, annual growth, possesses ner. Mirtfies the blond, strenai hens tho srstem. MEDICINE. less than docs ArNVALUABLE FAMILY "Xow. there." he said, "I can tell tho presence and dignity no MADE IN A DAY Thousands of IWtimonuils lroTe it .Merit. the oak itself. It stands erect, poises Dutch school at a glance. That is by JIKT BBCOOIbT WIIX TZIi TOUIT8 BEPCTATIOS 'Dellahtfn! eninloTment of mine. sufiicieut, its green blades sweeping Edboker is a favorite Kaaj and profitable. o Honking, linittlnfr. Use any There Is sometlilne so genuine in his paint- right and left in tho curve of beauty, or old), rags or yarn. 0 AGENT IN AMERICA llrniuniu. or vtrnttutf. A handsomekind of cloth Turkish ing; something so natural and strong in his aud ready at the wind's excitation to Chit mads with 'i.t ctx. worth of carpet waste. Can afford to wait one handling of a subject I think nothing is engage in'a mock battle of scythes with Ulii NculnKinitclilnro. or TUP DARi mi nil 3IAKEIt can be used to ns forour writing ,1 ntrtHliL more marked or curious than tho distinc- its neighbors. Mrhand. Awonderful invention. It tions between painters in the way they treat J'rlrr SI.OU, ottmil. Au-- nellnnt xisllt. be an eyo First the blade. It must nr Send sUmp for circulars, terms, andWnutecl. Ar-,-temtorr. indi(j&' tho same theme. The strong Dutch J.0. CI.ll01TT.fclO., 213 fctate ht., CMcaxo. indifferent to contrast in color that will Knclose two cent stamp to viduality of Kdboker " v v ir " I beg your pardon, but it appears to not take distinct delight in those littlo Argus Printing and Publishing Cs., ,me tills picture is painted by E. A. Baker." pennons of sunshiny green, fluttering iOVISVIIXE, KY. "Baker! Ah, dear me, so It is. How above the rich umber of tho soil, and C7ron-IclT?H signaling the welcome intelligence, : R. U. AWARE ivery Dutch he is." San Franchco THAT "Corn is up." Every stago of its In lavender, with white lace flounces married growth, as in the life of some lovely VmmM Lorillard's Glimas Plug gave her another YTitlinut an Introduction. and nclm; and he child, is interesting and repaj's attena red tin Itest In the that CTTr bearingi.enfflne tag; that Lorillard's ery package world. Get the Ugenuine. liv-Is ring, though there wasn't any room' Mr. Jones "That was a shocking tragennd Lorillard's has our Trnde-marcut; Hose tion, from the time when its blades, Navy sY to speak of, for it on her fat fmgerysiie- - nai Cllpplnna.and that Lorillard's SuuU's.aro marked Frawr' a. SOLI) KV.r.lf.TL"VllEKK. dy last night." clasping the stalk, first form chalices to tw t ajiq cheapest, quality considered 1 aireauy; anu inev "erojo-JtMfer Do Sllva (of, Boston) "What was hold the rain, to its midsummer prido Tied quietly in my pnrlorsvoffa3Biii No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes V morning; and .Monday night all wasirigfitsj It?" tlowerage, yellow or brownof and Tuesday morning the dreadfulituiiHrsl f Mr. Jones "A man went down in thr ish tassel above and flowing silk below. Ceieoratea "Ki'Ml'gE" IIAI.T- began to .lappen. Sally, the chambenaaitl, Bowerj last night and killed a woman he What strides of growth it makes from xn. sinu jtmiii.r: Combined, suppeuoyaay none, samaauvi.u: to any part ple Halter 15. s. comes to me, and says she: "OhJIilrsi evening to the next day's light! A sly, free, on receipt of SI.ofthe by all UN EQUALLED FOR CEMENTING never saw before without the slightest provSold Kimherly, there Is something thejiwttcr Saddlery. Hardware and Harness WOOIX GLASS. CHINA, PAPER, LEATHER, ke. silent bacchanal, it gets dmnk upon Dealers. Special discount to thel ocation. ' with Mrs. l'ouncer. She's a iing Used by Mason & Hamlin Orzan Piano Ccv.Pnlhnaa for dreadful in her own room, and wants' to see f. Miss De Silva ' "He had never been In tho dew every blesseu night. By and Trade. rSend icochester.N.V. Mfd on It hr It PIIQSIA raiace i;a troduced 10 ner? by, it is seen standing on tiptoe; toes j.i uuuruorir, FMFNT CO GLOUCESTER: MM SOLO "j you." EVERYWHERE. Sample Tin Cui sent br MsiLSc Mr. Jones "Never. Now what would white, or, sometimes, prettily roseate. The most lieautif nl and finest toned as fast as I could So I ran eaty though the was unlocked;nnd you say of an occurrence of that kind In (The fanner, I am bound to say, sees ORGANS in the world. Lou prices, Address bend for catalogue. DAn attire Man or Woman In ererr to sell our roods. Salarr nil Weaver Orsaa & llano Co., Yor fcl'a tho botanist only only "brace-roots,- " if the cook helped herself to a lump she IBoiton?" JUalaandExDenses. Sinenses in ail. Miss De Silva (very' much shocked) "I "aerial roots," extending from Canraifiris outfit rREBJ lartlrntara took a pound of sugar as I knew she the first Raaililful RED o Cotton TuraUh Rubrom. WW free.Htaada Co. Boston. 21 aaa. should certainly say that he was very rude." would. And there 1 found the podrdear kamplefrer to every person sendlrc joint of the stalk downward until they I X. Y. GrajMi. I T. WHITE, Eaton Kaplds, Mich. in bed, and she says: "Lock tha' fasten themselves in the soil; yet it will door, Mrs. Kimherly," in a queer kind ot J3DUCATIONAI VIrs. Bancs and TOitcs sent C. O. D. any. bo evident to ono who makes corn a Source of the Trouble. voice, and then she showed me what had retail 'rCD'r' Secure HAIR where. Wholesale andWabash-iT- Chicago. UnMC mall. from BcsiacssaBuslness Education by tip11. C. Strchli CoJ73 Mike Oi say, Bridget, wot sames to "e sympathetic study that it stands a nurfll. happened. She always took her teeth out Collxoe. Bu!Talo.X.Y. of nights and put 'em in a bowl of water the mather wid tho young missus? She toe out of pure good spirits and Its leaf, closely scanned, shows, and some one had come In how, she goes about all day looking thot sorrow'ul couldn't think, for though the window was and droopln' her oyes red wid tears. Is the not ono uniform green, but streakings open, who could climb up tha wisteria vine of paler and deeper color. Hold tho but a monkey? and they were gone. "And disappointed in luve, d'ye think? blado between you and the light, and Bridget Shure, Moike, oi'm at a low to you will see on each side of the strong, under my door this cruel letter, Mrs. Kimherly," said she: and she pointed to one know entolrely. It was only this mornTn' straight midribs an equal number ol lying on the bed. "Kead it," says she. "So that she was talklu' wid de ole missus uu' lucid ha'r-linand all LIVES and JJOWEI. Complaints, HALA.RIJL, channeling?. Tho upper LOOS POISON, and 8 kin Disease IONJ5 PILL. A D03E1. Tor resole Complaints the Pills 1 opened the letter and read: I heard her say that her fate was more tun surface is mem aTuni c.tw . wjBu. i ana roughish. being set with iu. fo practice a use no oth r. Delaiikst Caroline: Circumstances that I she could bear. jgall is Ota. la stamps. V aluabl Mike Poor sowle! Oi'm thlnkln'. Brill-ge- t, minute hairs; tho under surface is of a can not possibly explain force me to fly frora cool smoothness. A day of "ninoty in this roof. How lonjf I shall bo gono 1 do not it must be bunyuns she has on them. and cured without know. It depends on another. Believe mc X. Y. Times. fllfc nFRCjrETTLA'r73;0erVpayfT rellcy CANCER Treated treatment sent free. the knife. the shade"' tolls upon the leaves, causAdaress BooK on W ; Inserter true, and trust me if you can. I havonohoDO IhllW corantf slons experience wjearsj F.UPOXD. M.D- - Aurora. KaneCo,lll. thorn to curl their margins upward, ing and Increase; but In your complete faith in me. Yours. ,aefH,or no '- - "Write for circulars and laws. to He Neighborly. Too Near as though to shut out tho glare of the X. W. lloCORMICK SOX. Cincinnati. Ohio. Edwaiid. 1040 Hostess (at an evening party) Mrs. Hcfv sun; but tho night does not fail to bring "Two such blows in one, morning p says she, "and the clergymen coming, and all ! drlcks, will you step with me a moment; I restoration. Atlantic Monthly. Of course, under any circumstances, I want to make you acquainted with Mra. couldn't be a bride until I had a new set Tomlinson? You will like her, I'm sure. A boy was flying hH kito on tho but 1 could havo said I was ill. But what Mrs. Hendricks Excuse me, if yo'i commons near Cedar Avenue, east of is it? Is it a first wife? Can it be?" please, Mrs. Jones, but 1 would rather not. tho Cleveland & Pittsburgh llailroad, "He doesn't look it," says 1. we er both live in tho same Saturday morning. Somo ono was no judging by looks," said she. You see, Y. Times. There's fiat. A". is only a part of beauty; 3Iay be he's found out about my teeth, driving a herd of cows, and tho cow in ? and gone." AphorNiiM. the lead got entangled in the kite string. Every lady but it is a direc-,io- n That ain't likely." says I; "he'd havo Away she went and in tho right can't keep a secret pose Mustang Liniment only good may have it ; least, what inre sympathy." Hut 1 didn't think to De bes' road to de yaller-jackto catch the wind. The kite soared nes' ain't, De tay why. for horses? It is- for .inflamma-aloft about fifteen foet above the cow, looks like it. Magnolia "He's a man," says the widow. "That's been dlskivered ylt and the whole herd took after her. Tho tion of all fleshy ,Balm both freshens and enough. But It's an awful mystery?" Do wooden Injun' got some mighty strong boy did not want to lose his kite, and "Perhaps your teeth were never put in p'lnts. J v beautifies. he with somo men joined in pursuit Kipe apples make de tree look taller. the water," said I. "May be they're oathe . , De red rose don't brag lu de dark. J, A. The scene was ludicrous in. the extreme floor." to observers. Cleveland 1'lain Dealer. And I peeped around, and pretty, soon 1 Macon, in Century. Saw On tllO SlUO ..,- A PERFECT WOMAN. - ..f ukj 1vn...1 ft.., ffllt.. oi.lCK l.v iiu nc muu aud on the windovili were five marks, more, and then five moty yet Then 1 began to guess. 1 went out into Mr Katchett's room, and on tho window iroin tueb'ack piazza there wcrolfivo more black marks, and on the bureau was a goblet of water, and on that live blacr. sharks m- FARM AND FIRESIDE. ? 4 - 1 Courier-JourHa- U 71 e, m , Blue-gras- k, C -- m saK-sm- -- i caty-corn- cr thick-heade- cut-wor- Wmiw l$Mj WW? -- m plum-jam- LlVESTOCIC-Oiittle-Comrao- nSl m, n HOfiS-Comn- 1 ion I1 II - nilr M111I-Se- n, t 4i lije-N- 1 T01JAC('-iiiiH- -- -- 1 -- Rat-hilt- , r 1 nliOATAwRH t ly m BBBBBBBBBbKsbHsbIsW. " . d - - Otws-m.- xed WS '- 0IS-No- sSlU?o taarxv0 X.HAK-EEyER- . 1 rOKIv-MiIAHO-SU- GKAIN-Wta- 0f.-mrx- self-sam- ECZEilA 1 Corn-iinix- cd Ctots-flilx- ed TUl-BU- s. Xo. 1 sai-to- d a Oate-Sli- xid . POl'K-MO- LAKO-stec- ft 30 jL-I- O parlor--keepin- 200 g earth-embracin- :v i.rv npcrw-nlTlTi-c- F- large-eyed- " full-grow- r. 'v 'i - N uii 100-pae- e e North-Wester- n K aMsr ?Z RMftS nt W "t daj-befo- re BIG OFFER! P777T c. aWfltt FRAZER uia-mo- nd AXLE GREASE. . two-fol- d 1 LE PAGE'S LIQUID GLUE. Price-List.- 1 F up-stai- pay-mn- u. stcire-clbs- ... WANI , Silver-war- e prlce-llstr., e val-iance- .) PARSONS' ea.x-ensions PILLS o s i A Clear Skin part at Did you Sup! - 4 cow-be- ll et . v" , ''.& -- & i' &3&M .'"'?;-.-- . Jl "- ih - t : -- jt . -- - -- 3 fr iajjr: -- l ABiBSiWUW!, jl. -- I'l'm" H mil LOCAL NEWS. SHOT AND KII C- AFXEU SA.H HfvKii. ' 5 jou&. a ftrftlll! " J ww "' ----- rNuH"t"TBBiiii " "it ""' ' T" ' ii n,r"CT'' WB& CYPRESS SHW8LES. OSCAR All heart Cyprc, .S!iinKle, nrl-cl- i i CAPTURED, every reject, kept oorhUihIt oh hand, and for sale at lowent urice. septll Andr Dies Rathar If. BUCHANAN. smithies; I LEG A NT ew mil cheati JKRSltva ll for L idies a 11(1 MiiS, at ftU" 23- - lw J. Axtxiw'j Sosg. T Oaear "tote' $? Ruiil&tartfj rz icwjriwi iu run tMitt ma in Hickman, xc aag23-3- w morning, the 13th Ua eras a aua me lumates ol i sis. rujiv ftifucn iiv a :!i,t;l m Ladies Seal-f- ur Caps, at beaded by Deputy Sherijj J. AMBKRO'S308 " v ins, !oa;:'. Jones' Uousio felt Uie house ttvlU-i- t pa IT. Buohaxax's. " rro rrEs ra M s an r w ei A O M ati on Sumljy last, ' eek' tremble aiwl iieard the winuows a &l Is 1 Tl U B U U' V f Til H TIT ML im BUCHANAN, H. the flay ef h lisjrawie. ai me ssme time, a laau Another cirens in Tttckm&n, crime, captured at Pr, iiinn at tue gosjtM tent, several h U U U B a Sas on disnlay a magnificent iinei H U W h, ii fc, iiu s;ioi a S'kii' il di ca yards distant, saw a Bash of of black Silkrf, embracing -by a Circuit Court in session at whilst poloren man of t poss-- r light in the direct ioa of Jonefi' lowing line Kaditnernoir, resisting arrest. Rtftlar re!denco accompanying the Clinton this week. ftfri partTerHfctrtrt-sM- xj sceused like a man, Reps and Plain. Thee NMiot Mvjnarius .T xoung, M. is a mm rroet iito lime, he fet am jir. V1. njuresscd bolt of Ughfwng, Uiatl are the best Silks ever brougjj rjf,, candidate, for City A&rjkal of oreu.UMJiInip4wjii ffc lleara4M0.. of it lurdfig: beau the Hickman market , and v pur t wk of Ladles Dres3 Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with approFulton. . cioci; auniy iner'im wirier en used by the fat that tlie xa-sio- n jwld trices that defy coav I T: i..unings priate was within the walls of the UOB. to match, should be seen lo be appreciated. We have Miss Agnes Worth, of Mos- attempting ttic tqjhfccrx t 2 nir nrst sale to miss on these goods cmkcu house. A crowd gathered and cow, is visiting hor friend. Miss oeinca, uuuj and killed. Mr. Ayt4 auw JMJT. found tho large stable of Mx.1 Fresh Stella Millard. uozxev wero uuj iuUCS M HO St I'D t, Junes bod been blown no Ur dy CANNED GOODS. PirKI i:s, (boftfe lien. II. A. Tyler returned uroveat tteJ& a&e uandtev Xha vfy&rml fase 1st tb; WlWa,) aad nliot rl . n te, Mk& ; , . . home Tuesday, mvafter . tevcxa' mica wao ien to 133 nMRrF " RwMgs1 rartntteo waa fountt. .o one was 94itll-8- t . " ii mcniiis stay m new ilork and mere .were in tua.caiit rliHfjP ety,,i!ijarcd. . Friday night, in the MtMLawjk 'v ' -yiSv, .4t - , tu - f ,, r 'V . "Ilie rasl bas fairly ! Joii!ty hhenii Do oilier eastern states. a! iiia anrmmt. sit. Jones i '.'i. nr lII - a .iti n iiuanaaatpwr ine laruea-aregMAw.minA littn' t jvwH-acmi kiu4r iai1a . $ i ?, mr vbl, Tho ,vt. jfK.Tir-r fkfcii' ' over t he magnificent line Me rre ottering good CantouFlanncls. and yard wide Bleached and rlPfrtS id lJfiaff.;ri ! trho.Vfi fjoiMn rt irtSfel- - ri trtii rifiimt v'IVirhftJ A giowuitlnn of Dress Goods and Jin minings Br3fn Mifvtmg8 at ocper yard 13est beather 1 icking at loe; All wool colored aswstant fnforu': Utcui bition law in Cartersville, and it " v i.niivwiot. R;m,ff .a.iAAi! exactly the hoose vhihitHl nt ihisi ionlai 0U9C ii!!Was ?'i. is sunuosed they did the work. iinncn ti.rt o,...,i c..-.i.iRtft and hite Flannels tit 20c. Wcarc prepared to, and will give you Sheriff JJMJL. tJk liftpi ' U of Jjasmigut as services wero in thev all sav that the coo - ejoi . . . Htieuad.iwuid4ie eoit; niHJ) progress in the great tent, which all others in Uiekman in tl iamee ine site lias been aeleoicd fora with a ulotni. aud seut hrx to thr. was mied with neowo.a fearftti and cheapness. Don't buy ufrtit i l. a 2C nun iiou-u- i r !iiurc:iB. ne'jmnfltoMma !t5lntKrgBst of wfml with torrents of one oi me miost Hotels tn the that if the aqifad dashed ijp, that kmh burst over Us wjte folds, you have seen them. btaicmd will be competed by Smitli would run, and Who Made the Low The great ropes snapped liko ., I n1I IU1 iicii otimiiivi. '' ivn trt Irill lltin .niti UiMJ r.- - . 'Ia.,!,. ..,.1 IUU IdTtlb ,,,ii, C1J1 ?c, THX OYSTERS! by tkr blUKTiO'MUIl " ri4i -- xoxhint aaje if tigging a id parapheruaha settled tieabet and Uat Oro Tho fanners 3iave liad rcat jnllxlon3 ' any other finn in tho place. anJ nar, wi i -- j poaaUle. JL the eolosad isaa ap-- 1 down like a great bird oa its nest, can or xervea trouble In getting in their wheal , be Ud tring iho ur sioek of Footwear in heavy and fine goods, is complete. "Wc are Iroached Uio house, Smith who ' eoveriaj; laups, pulpit and cou-a- s wsy deumiraj.to a.4o tltis season for iacl; 'o rain, present wcv&n, at th VS R-on a oolton-- J grcgaiion under its vast folds. WHS sitting ving everything from the finest French Kid for Ladies, to the Jlcav- Htul a uonscouuncc the average will' Th Mtroamco of ladiw soHeited, basket, gtt up aud widkod in the Men, women and children, wholTerfj arr.i8gMnot for their polite Bootfor Men swear. Dont do yourself the injustice to overlook be lessened. r0 jiiousc; ute aoioTca aawsimiLToi-iuiui- i line. viomrut before leit as se- - tewlSi Mr. Green Neeh LACLEDE HOUSE. MT- lowed Oil III the tClLlli:. COVfrjlirrU-nrthA frmn.,.. vtunmr oln7nTiif fa Bhal of Fulton, died at his Itoian ' luo .;n. t.i ?.... tar r..M.. ;;c ?., r friends and the public generally, that wc have just received ,:oi.l TTTEannounce t in that idaee. Mondav all kinds Furniture, of parties on Slurliiiaaaae, tbc Laiilramo dru t rto buy.itnmen.e siock 01all styles ofofFurniture In nnd solicit the twde AUo, a fine ish- ""ti .,. i rr,"v"""o i .,.;rT-n--i .,....". Ve can show ti. xuoi,Cv, ! ine plain and fancy. ing bow locate.! in Moore & n iruu jnsiiamls au! """ ". '"" snrrewter. Smith and rntmtng hitlwjr and thi atore. Uis kill and reliability hft beea of . 11 I C, HI l.uT BP proven, and bcia lonatoi here ficnuaneBtly .;ill.lji 1MB BV Ul I'lnill. OCtVS. Pillion is coiim to have if a' hut in aii iiiStrfnt Jvrlwl out his i Tho seeao was indescribable. to a! way mnke good nl promisat. "S1 borders enlarged bv the next Loir- -' idatol and swore thai he woaldjThc wildest confusion Tclgned, - wk 12 si eke t Hlftclterel va .e islature. The town, as a corpora-- 1 ''die .furtJ' Iu JJe grt scnfGe with terrified children clinging to we re carrying the correct styles, hi Mens, Youth sand isoys' Ulotnmg, tion, embraces onl. ubout three-- ! kmith autnc t Aitte!fclt toalioot their ilytug parents. Hats, shawls The bext quality, at e have everything your heart could desire. "Wc propoc to make our prices lo unit the ppirit of the limes. You can ml assured Icadine in low prices. W. ItOOEBS. J. the colored officer, amthoM. t!i and otiier light arUcles wore blown septll 3t fourths of its buildings. our boufe to look for ceud invited to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock is you retail never leavestore in the "Purchase. taper goods. "We propose to sell as lov aa 'he Ladies are were 'colored officer shot him, the 'bad aboat like chaff, and all ........ ,., , T, anv . . Furniture i inooiiui-Hiiij.. The latest Stjfa, Asef and Cheap-m- i ine Very refpectfully, , and we arc showing all the latest novelties, in short and long Gar-it- s. Altfttftiirw f1i.A IV i..v ikj i. :........: - .... .1 . .4Wfcif CITlflktfHlllllU VHVKt"ftw ji iii .1 .. rrn.w.....A.. .. Ill iirmviiamaatfi Gaulc at k- -. ." .vit.ii4ii .1... todies and Jftws ..!,. Q tea ring ness. Two sets of lamps, moat rm'?T. F. AV1LBURN & CO. J. Axbbbq's Sons. lit has ever been our intention to undersell, aud if you will only try us, gaiieduj). t of tlioai electric burners, were tq'U--nS?8.ore rooms in now Odd Fellows building. .s gasrifldS last swept, froaj their fastanuigs, and blt tlurtloeTiO, the e a sJtd'ftl has geSrill convince you that wc are doing it. ZS?AI1 kindi of Hepairiiig done on short nolice, and in a workmanshiu style. Also , Sireata wiipn they got, fJirase. He burst into one wild glare that ilia estaUtahed a reputatioa wc are prepared to give special inducements as Mrs. M. .T. Lunsfenl, and initiated tho darkness for au iu noot to no ea in Ida line, an.l after hefeshot whom h ha dme waric will for daughter. Miss Alice Lunafr.rd J taaes stunt, and then fell into-th" . rkliability. Call at Moot & h A Ktfirilliia: !Noefqry. left Wednesday, to ... relatives, of dry straw that eovered everj r it Laara's n, oax , ' foot of groand nnder the tent. Mr. Win. Jolinean, t Ciarksfille, Tciui., and .vili be Lied with writer tltas Ji:a wife h absent about two mouths. y tcmi a oJ fitting Sail o that ' This caeght and wonUUavecoa. tKUla ilrunciiius lr xuxuj- go ana u tm irent re i caaicd al? if Iho niia had not Good Vtothtmg. &i remIis trid ea An nfiray occurred 3 miles yr. King liaf, until he irocur-- J a driu:beu c.cr siiUa ot canva8 stoeh al east of Clinton, in whirh sara: esi II lHI B L 4Sa. -iHeQry t.'ona cu'ia, covered it. Many "ir. t... '..i i Tuesd,Kitioti lv At-- Cbl4. "'hloa?,- l.al udmaal ffe, i d ' that 0 rtCt oat nnut tfce were aaa yfll.6i J AkBERG'S Soa. -- in-. i in. aiurop ;u lira (FiU nd ,je 11 Mr. Jacob Itoiter, his brother-ii- - seje juJ hcn ripped tentniugft a prmnecien prcJttcd pj r 111 ijoarviope n&ilVheiv- law. It was the result of aia:nilv1l;1,s?,1 Dlifs m mm u j p',m the' tent throueli which they or KfOacMal TmWa fe ud ft Lan- - escaped Into the darkness1, drench- Go Trial Bolt Fa at i . . s' Eajjara', b3 bJ - F- - Grave to i.de- ing rain and dri wind without. .HI. tlOIIll iv. IIClKlriOKr!. Ol dram'm lirtsir tiwc I at 3 eptU 3t Livingston county, candidate for the egress of the jHopk was Rfce for jLHtoK irrratlv impeded by the seats and CHOICE lul of Cvs-mt- t Wcel lor Commonwealth's Attorney, snent .,. , ...... i t tho tangled ropes. Fortanately., c-lcr pMod, at Kcvcraiuasiii iiicuaiaunifti leek.; Tho civil service po'foyjjf to uo Que tf&psr A.- ' jKfdlTC IRi atiwr.w.HMB io .ii;i.iiriuit it "u.ii.u.ii.VJ.. li. ' 't:i VKr ?sr senoue fine social qualities, and' && to ifeaafia thev fire, ibniui . . Vt maw 4kkf a rfHfll v; ere scMlehed and bruised. it'ie.Karaueati 13e.:teiure boa lawyer of ability.- t. t ad Jrejro Ca tmeof ntr latr $fyfa Miss Lizzio Seat, a very pret- - in oar HlriieS and estublisii Suits; altot $m with a Catbm hohteiig ai jkUkii aty t ill itir r i "nriTTimrt t V I tlT'' 7TTTfi We nrcwnow prepai-eot to offer the citizens of Hickman and surround i3 years, oftiee .. Sept lStt, by Maitepahntf fittei or JShoe, far leu city, at 8 p. l daughter of Mr. Jn- -. K. of ing country and towns the largest and best ?f. WP,te tUSS45! ihw& 8. Murrefl, Mr. Klw.ud A. Hur-- tKjr than you thimk tee ca. Qm the LodgK.li neigUiorhood. tl.m I'1'" lifimwte to NW iwxamona lUCUan, hh awl are. I We will seli for the next 30 days, FOR CASH, our entire stock,' ol -county, as brought bofor Judge KtTOS ef Hiekmaa. taptil-- i' 3. AXBE&a'S 80NS. H1Z m1 mea keep ; - . gtags.feEfeS' forcer . A ik i Tlit LriJesrooa i a clewr d wswthy Murrel . Tnoad.iv. ai d a i 'T iwi .xsi . j.. Saa?&wa3fj Tfcxwure, Woodess.- !.,..;,. kj.iv: ...:n ins ILIiW k .1 eccw.e u!::y. arrji I.IK 111 latu ol St. JUats, ioeatty JB..lfTw luituui.. m. llV ooitd. rinoit 'anrviM? nii mih Vf MIL!., 28 hone A. g9l pertaVe Wide, a . . liopkiusviile Ti. ilftcAlcd hMs,..aod the fair rounc ever placed on our counters. "Wc have taken great pains in selecting -' t tneatmoitiuxe . o ' ji I tS!"p i,j J M mm.jlaim.1.. ti pwr, and is if hIsWulm. AIo, FtlUJt . . " i awand , Wrat ya our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, we - is tha uractiee witTl Kei). WNR&T J','"k .Mr. U alter ivmgmaii 18 erect; and 7 Yukeof danrtter af Mr JUJt J B.rvson MULK6 81 Kegs Xails, can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladies to 38 Heating Stoves, - Mumaraos friead) extend h jarty myrata Oxen, Weaa, Caim, ac , caaipieta b'pt 5j0ok Stoves, ing a new livery stable oH.lhe old mulorfties V replace ail IVtmo9 Doz. Axes, 27 Sugar Kettles, see our stock of jSliekeye Force Pump, Ledwidge ccrner. Mr. teo!g' uratib ollciaJtt, tdT-J'-d w- -d jmu liCA, anl wuh theai adan lifac futl oli fttrtaei totonoadun, && "ra4lreja, 2 Cows, yapr-:ticana Wagon, iS.Cloekrt, 2 ilorsce, , Spring Helm is building a new gj'oeeiy i Jien:liblititn oHieiaK Ma STSat)1 aufl-l-IS- t Moscow, Ky. 1 Dwelling House. CLOAKS,;- 2 Business Houses, agou, In tkic oimly, 03 Use 18th, Mr. L. E. house near the new depot. 5tw majoruies HiHft JERSEYS, jfl will be sold at cost and less. tracts are also out for several bus l siaularntle.j Tlds is tke rewvia Garryjns to Ms Mary Knight. ' iltrpctt and Oii Ctotki can ha hmght , i... DRESS GOODS, Ok tlie 21rt in.. Air. Km, Hotal lo 111 iness houses to be UlUUiCUi :.. Ullll .Kitlt of the4 way the gover very low, Comtandiee. 9aJK3 JSsaira tiaK Soeie Scviouji. locality. 1 6f TRIMMINGS, 'ought to be administered, A3TBRSGT8 SOHS. vytl d. lC!l rJL SiiUU a the 24th, Mr. W. 3. Armstrong to? EMBROIDERIES and the late novelties in LACES, r.nnrr"Pd bp-- ! they are not likely to ace j . A shootino-altiiiCkoier Family Grocerietltouy$ m NECKWEAR. systtiftaf an liopisye- - JttlM rlof enot U. Adams. tween two nf.-- ro men. nt Roberta' ii NOT DO." d toill $fil a low nt can fe V'SATlXRDAY jS'LGTIT entt. days, hand. iniH, this county, on Saturday last m out A ceiIAt Fancy tfa-ftl- . and my wwrte. boit&kt in which one oi' the negroes was "W. & CO. All goods as represented. CallJ". see them. An Kurt l Hmv RcriilJ. v& Taia In to certify that I hare tiii das ? rpai-O- f J. AIJERG'S 50S- SOISTS. shotin the bowels. The iomided i Edward Shepbjid- - of mbmiI of T. M Vwnrli, Affor.t nf tiut HrL man was carried to his home near lgA persons indebted lo above firm must settle at once, or the claims ITraeeter' Aceident FasCraBca Coatpan 4 For HfettJ. Moscow, where, wc learn, ha has froa Electric BilK ra, 1 feel t to: of Hartford. Cobb, a cheek oa the 4th The pplendeil stare room en Cliaton wilH placed in tholiaudsaf an oiliecr for collection. niuce died. Tho trouble Wa ne- -' let noftVrlnjf hnrainiy mw it "II: iiadfNatieaa! Hank o Kew York, for it street, lately eeeupied by Alexander a J. W.C.&CO. , geptd CMRlOliOfl X.riMIIIUI' ttNW ffiy KK lurvKi Will. bl!U! SIU aWetK lr 'J weeks' iniapy !o Maxwell, dry gohi taufehoat, i for renj, nvnr tr.nii. if e liafet my liwrf, received whi le evemtiae a ma reasonable terms. Apply to Tlio 1.1,.., wi.a ir.? ti. " oi..t:.,.J hit ilociofftokl me I would n tl.ebtHeSraBedorl'atpo'ae,1 Jwed,' chine in oar wagon factory. I i take ob E. T. UAHDX1R. ; inauu into escape. ara altatorc in daur that my claim wax paid iMtoa4i thnw botth of promptly, upon the irefteutat'oa of proof Shoes and liwttt chtar mow than Tun Elizabeflitown an wtll ; HJSirrwjtuft., ii how injury. DEALEB IN ever, but don't yju b"litve this until yotc that Hardin county h as :i public .ml ittV ler Bittera souiia atfiy.conla of Sej. iUi, 18S5. UJCTU jjiecVric arewld me for arches. com ami School fund Of $i'J,000, OVCr 1U0 boUle, and BueklcrV Arnica Salve-2Kc ! 2 J. ATfSKEKG'S SOXS. public schools, four colleges and per box at jMjrom & Landrfmi'3jJ)nig academiesjthree female seminaries, iStore. SHAW am filing Ko 10 lHyTOarr and seventy-thre- e v!'0liSLd chinches. Itf -- vTsZZrty' ' UicxJf ax, Kv., Pept. 17, IS80. i ilL 8UUTI1 BEND CHILLED PLOWS' Council has two railroads running entirely , at iut. Preernt, Couacilmen for 7.M. isew is the time to uuy AND Musk &Sa.wS pJ9 MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," through it. A county tax of ten .. . j . . . . rv i..T. rt tr rimi.iii ni u DoCow, Case, French, Kara age and WH- I..,.r.i3.l.:,. PATENT j n but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the 'requires cents on the ?100, and a poll tax "V;T Wath-iuakeBurlinjcame. i InclR ifayor being aosent, o motioa, Tlio with the proot is a more dithcult matter. None of my would-b- e of $2 50 pays all the county ex- ted permaneatly in Hickman; and ifj claim hlmii Suprcrls Couneilnten Case was called to tlw ahair. P.ut there isn't a saloon 0I meiungitw. ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods arc "the lieuses. The miniHua of the laet meet ine were Oxea your waien, w always at UanieMto rivals II H I'UL YUUMU t uwv '' WM" ' '3 ' ty ' prove the reliability of hi work. "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when MEDICINES! uupi and 17 vears of.' age, a vlnd and read, approved aad signed. 5sked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" SEWING MACHINES I?A.ITTT MAB8UAI.'d BQXBu W. M'artin a prominent dutiful daughter, and !ejrnaielt Money saved by buying of, farmer living, at Woodland Mills, death casts a gloom 4.iBliess Joods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish G. M. Wilbum, Marshal elect, presented PLAUT BRO?. & C F. Wilbur mnd his official bond, with went to Union City last FridnC, over ,, s lorhicr heartSi toTnwke them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. maiir A.S?X. K. Ca-- . h sureties ; anil on motion, aaid bought a tin cup and 2G cts. worth AU kiads of Duiiafectanta--Clilor- itl W :Jf - na acoQPioa and olrett aiiraad up- - Lima. boUjbrtte of Iron. Carbohc m. i jtm of morphine . and attempted,, to , TOILET-J.UWLECftlorhleerScKla For na'e at S commit suicide. Tie was found stiil continues to iu'cix'.usft IMily. jr3K f t iaa ir aH. a "---s CO'A'lULLSDrug Saturday about noon, s miles of Among others on, last Saturday v.'BMvl HIBe. On notion, ordered that Chas. Meaeham -Union City, and was given modical wo uoticod the folio wihg ladies Le notified to remove his fcace out of Mag !.:,,. fV.of fnlla ntwl T nmnnjn (nililnlmifn " JJU If J. J.,A.JJK) v" Sec, &c., &C. PP Tm?Qfc$l ..v J. &C.) &C, &C luuuunvuiv, Salmon's & 1 Kg JSfUU tISlWJi m"t. I attention and is thought to be out and gentlemen f)in riie upper nolia Avenue, in front ef l6t 171, black 6, Don'l forget that are g'luranteejiioi Wn vaoovi-j- . .i xms 11 uiu puiui. aim usccuce 01 mis ciiscourse, 1 lfo' Cholera . rent-diw East Iliakmou ; and that Mr. Luurn Plum stop ine unoiera among iiqs auuijjiti' sss'sr mi.1.i3 lirvvon ennen incfr'lfi nV mnrn Mlrnr, o lifi,-.- tf Tkli,j U I imujr r.. of danger. This is his second at fond of the couutyj m tins-popuuu lb. XlllUIIO IIV.40W o.io imiii. w. ...vt k.aw.vAi.i .Magnolia ATeoue, which tempt to kill himself. Enter lar house, and they wcroiui MffM inor open all of between Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. Bing night bell after 10 o'clock tliem from takiiiu it, or unuey refunded. Mow what good BUllNlTUREs, and perhaps you don't j if you want 6th and 7th she has enc'owd prise. r. it- 'beautiful.' goods ptreets, and to open the entire public by pleased with tiio c,lest give me a call and 1 will show you. J.W.OOWGILL, Druggist Three marriages occurred in and the evtremely low prices. square on paid Avenue, to be done in 80 fifuni ah o agent for the light-runniDiamond Sewing Machine, the notiee, or the this week, and They all sai l thatuhc display was dayi from do the work City Mardial will 2a:pstBnt so Sblppeia flftl ladies friend. tho court-hous- e proceed to at their expense, one tho week before. There must magnificent and qpuld iiot bo exm N? B. I alo have the beat stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du- Fr:tser?i. ems walks. any whore :? be something in the atmosphere, celled Hiilieate tey"0 WJ?MCES.G& Customers nolitclv served on short no- MUSE fc s A w announce to the ? On motion, ordered that the following Henry Campbell and Miss Jjula Edmw-totber sarrouudings, tho picturesque lot owner repair their aide walk, accord-in- s tbt thev aw nriftred to handle by Store across the street from Holcombc's new drue store. . Cayce. r . landscape view, the happy do-to iafctrootiOBS from-distreet cowmit- - al! kiniu of pnduoe for shipment Oco. Respectfully, d faces of the Cayce. Menoes andMiR3Lnla liinder; toe, by the 20th of October, failing U do or rail. Siwcial attention given to the mestic " shipment ot h uis. All busiuese entrusted county officials, or something else, GA.HT3IS5rEIl- Will bailor and ilis Bessie Hughe?, o, the Ljty Marshal ;will have the same tn thuir eare will have prompt attention. The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of doae at their ex)ene - Sn mat tempt so many coupies ioiFllUon; of barrels and fruit boxes ! . B ULL line or Seheal Supplies, at Bjok and SftiwO Jl LttRMLUM'rf. tittejas tje sgttity W.-jfoites one M00U the best . SB&ot ever imt upon lh 'fries to Swean Mim """SgSaHH) Parents will do well to SJ1 1 S S Awav S"PIS J'Sxir- them. Have vour children ' fi.tMiiRr:?T.ir Cn ftivt On ! them and vour shoe mm WW1 " ' !S!Mifd.1 Sam home iraa ereatly reducwl. They can 8terda.V the Ri:M of trrtni oalv at FT. BtW8Jn s!l traa kloa-- ; citeauMrt. The great cvaugtlist ' Doa't bay any others until v as nt-- ' .' t nave closed tue great oUan seen the Blue Itibbon Shoof. d ;eo. meeting laat Jiight. The peoie myv m otu aa see our atrperu seook oi i'auey jury uuuus .m W trill WVJ.W1J nur Liutm&vd wtj.vh.iiv--. vn were awakened mh. ' or wiiieii wc win tFiijfmnii!t! loaivii vu Tkrtv art Firtt' ft was ' oarly yesterday morning by a ter-- Rn,.t. nA M'.m . "V-"-- -t -- Dyaaiters a. AtteBtift lo Him, Hn". Attil " Mwi " tTJShh I MRrvia..BnWn shoe Co3?1 ill m "J filbiM v..? .- -- im iic 1" w' ''f4' BETy- -- Iji fc i: Jou, nr-'fVm- yHv t;iu-temiil- e i iwa r sffii -- Wianniiri Mm. Kriafl. flft"-W)-T- - . :- - 1 MI yj f 4HBT Jl " 'i 2I1UUA. a?fcy i .fflft,Mfl 2X r i OF fri thj faOX i0sOS STJX1 - . t". il " S - iaiu Jf!li, C- -- EJC---- LT 1 I 'LI he-waso- H ta "4e tt J- i4 -- THEY ALWAYS .s-fr- ETPaeao-t. - Bros. fc Co. il m . P i A i tav 'v-- Itcie8 ! -. .- I O.-tnii- I- u v...: Hto -- i' -. ., -- i , , . Hettgt :5 Prices? "-- -- ,i catn rs out-doo- Ji t- ty -- J n P": iii-iiitiii- ii "r "r" k:. r..i..K .-- ... uraitur WftU-mke- r, i s m . . s,ds,feaSggirs tedi Rrn!?c'!!Lw",,rt- Siitthi'MSi ucpim?! ;,,, "' u J Iinic-IMIJII- ...... .:-.---- JfcV-IIi-t.l- - ( 1 fcij: U Sth e Watea-niVc- r, ev-pok- Mm-ilr- is vi-ilt- e JXtSXANDEa & MAXWELL. Contractors and Builders of Houses. in nm , ;...,. jrt c -r , hi J Ifoa Wttfhe J-J- ii-- g "t ...: . .gsktf L rse w m m Ir,rr n fi -- -- iT5g - "? I 6u 2 -- !.-.- .;.: "" 4 mUG-Pupa'S- ?i . i''h i fl d -- r- . l" .... . . rtr -- i'.-u-- -- J- -i . Glsbserar; rr-- 7. ! urn 'P?t F al , V -- w LUX J. Hfe-tena- re - - 1 ?; or few will COEMAN :"iU AMBEEG'S fT. S, ,..' he Eh-W- o J. W. COWG1LL, 5 J at y 1-- i uSv"i,,, ,W4 llI,ttf?roilSSd ir- - $ ? - S.k(2 --- DJIUGS, - Trusses 111 tiK--Th- e r. ThdS;lF it NEW HOME S jas .',.. s-- mtm rjf TT J afl J T" cT"m"' -- "-li- d, rmiir J 1 es ursc-cia.-- u , 1 .,i l&li-iV- V ng n, XlaSASXleEsa e good-humore- ! 1 E. T. y i i i as the) the for tho solemnisation of the Holy bonus 01 matiimony. "If I wero cnlled on for the reason of the present depression," said a shrewd bnsiucss man, "1 should say the rapid introduction machinery." One of steamship with smaller crew does the work of twenty sailing vessels. One sewing machine displaces eight sewing women, and a typesetting machine just perfected will enable one printer to take the place maof sixteen. A chine is substituted for fifteen So on to the end of the chapter. Atlanta Constitution. Ch0080 COlirt-hoilRO i 1 labor-savin- g Mm Uetta, north end ef lot li, Hiekman. Mrs. Taylor, north oadof Joi 76, Went " Hickman. &"'&? Fulton. W. L MeCutchen, north emi oi lota 77 Ilay'a rewitt and MisaSKatcGoIdcr, and 78, West Hiekmaa. ludon W. L. MeCuiahoH, weat ekl of lot- - 78, Sylvester Key andiliajBlla lOurant, Wst Htckman. woniau Y. L. MoCutchenptoth end ef lot 1SS, Bon- John Alexander and MiS Gnailo West Hioknau:. duraut, Jordan. sxtka roi.K. James Kennedy and Jordin. On motion, ordered that a cheek be Daniel Brown and SIiss?Emroa"Jonef, 60 fer ojctra to G- M. Wiibnrn S-i- Wilkins andlissRggioGraw-plae-- ford. Cayce Ul" " .n,. e West WU keep plenty on haau. lf' 3 rarielvnf Ladien and Jfiss fcL.'. t31 VLAlITS. warranted. U fad lo !ni ruu Rhn a. jrive aatfsfaciioo another pair will be Sen 4Tlukt-rMi- Alw OODsIlAn r money reion.l! PLAUTS JIsuhI ScwbI for men warra"" e IflBBf1 0?. m SUCCESSORS JdH-EllaiSB8- d t. CHINE, SAW i - TUTtP.mirNfG UXLU SrBAlI . , ' .MV- - - Jorilau. shoe-makin- g Bondnraat. Jordan, fX c Vtol, Jeff Jones and Hiss JFanaie, Crw-foxCayce. J Tg Win. Archie Brown aadIissMnie d, polioe-- fr$i Un motion, Coapeil adionraed. B. E. MILLET, Atleat, a C. ??"&" V"lZL unci jw .., 1 'r&'SrlJS' fe r llflll TO 5 jTCI! Ha3 a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at -- S. 1 R ; e- shoe-maker- s. Sidney Bondurant andJIs3 i' l T It ,T t ner, Fulton. X' s, . . '., Eddie llrowdcrand MiasJMclviiPcwht, Underwear, VKtp.W, at the pop- 3& J&- Fulton. nusv vi nuinaiuu.n Robert Herring and "MiJor5lThoniaa, tiinr variety l" rrh ritsnlfiv of Hosiery. Gloves. They rre MP". and ftt their prio Machinthe Kinand, Fetxoa w .dim? MUI SntnllS. . IT 0'. FOKT TJiSrE & COMIP-A-lSrY- . DEALERS I3ST that the very lowest the market justifies. exactly as represented. be and OISTE ir.f. it l:li foftfe HnritiMl'l Arnlen rVC. Jlsl K- in the woirta !" Tirr KurSavf .., ; Fpvctj s,,t Kht-- ; m. j-- -. wildering in ami b-f'-- cetmtry Applft TlHCsar Just t at MfH25-3- from th lc:t Jlawkiiv? and JHssSyirc Thompson best for making pickles, for sale J Jordan. James Roper and Mijyfsue mtibt Jof- Cowoill's DauaSroHu. 'rdan 1 1 Don't foil to sec b'lying. T.. nu .il. Ak4.i.. 1. tepnreimiwiivTOiyww this 1 and elaiuv.; ; n- iur n -d -. v t :!in . 'f - iianu, - RTJQS.MEDlCIItES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. Faney GOODd, TOYS, and PICTURES, DUUflGISTS SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, AGESTSF0RTI1B WHITE SEWING MACHINE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. PRICE FIltfG. Jf. . ;3 i i jii i All goods guaranteed to ) i '9 F?i elegant line iLVCI ;.w.-imi " a ( . i LLiI - 1h Priw 25 P5 K...nr ren4n.U'd 'MOO HE a. LASB-- M f .r "v x I tfive to .r. - "r wrfct hW WP' v- - -- i .. .. taadtums. H L. MOORE can bo found at Dr. FA UTS' Office, to attend nicht calls at Moore & The CPESCRIPTIOlSrS A. SPECIALTY. -- 11 IHE taMT ffh best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employodc attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spe.- iudueemonts. Corresnoiidence solicited. v tt f lbKliiVAiiU T-- rvnnrr . ! ra a larJl ;1' v c- a 3 e. v A ft rt -V. l!ST w '.' &' - '- - 4u r jM! a maammd i.kstmMitmmmmnmmmmaamaK II Willi III II II" Mi 111 iibi I'll k-- tsw ti-- " mm il ..fcj m I i'ii . irft' i arjB - EitaeEL: n .4w. .' urkv. . I '1 tv "i -- -s- .- ........ ri.. . Hi .T in a. .. an. .' ?mrtm . ill . j- :- - I e ,iiJJf-- a . b . ,r.ui avs i.. 11 .. hmuiiw '1 . r.- v.:;v 1 n .vL?.5. t Mi utmr a&wsssa ti'i I . t -- ti"t i" '"r": t y'V- - -- ;' ' -- &B& WmF': " j ' ' "' ' " im '"-4;- .": "1-..- -. - - '4H JK"V- - " """"N,fc"' " "" .. . ... W"'"J. lw''"'M",M,,i ' ! 'ninnn wwi 1 imwmi mmm fciw if "T bbbbbbbV il Mt t"tt,tttt,'"ltMt'ltB-,tlttMt,tt 1 - . ImBs:" E9lav 1 ? "v. ns f n. Prt - v"-j- vr h 8691 va;r sBKBtE' f saSiMt3RJSBMaa mw3 Cu jiBaBWteiev i,. p fjt awmrw rj vbbbbVb -.' . .1; :w . -- -. a ' " g' M imil .w; ja tMT - p prices. mmmj jesra npi ,fl. V-- : f S SVSS'n J iu rnrrz-TTrrrr-rr-, f fcl--f 10. mei puienases m quality, price . StCn 0t ;1 I Kf nn P slyie. ' AV1 iieeoiiect zxns house dtscoutus all '" f G9?DS; Tfae stock is iense and eomplote in nil departments. These Goods were bouglit before the late Pig b? S.r ,a loer Prices thai&on be found at any othor lionso in this section of country. He has completely outdone am-tisc-l WBT UajllL!' "" " "' IIH HiWi 111 MMI iJ limn IIIHI iHtllUlmi - .- - 8P ... w. n uutodieu ,. , -- rrr weapons. - It js Biiid tlmta letter hns been Pa'Iucali News r"!,u Quo of the most Marked iiroxS Ijiouicboily I.an lieen iniiuiriiifr "Sovereignty ConveutinfW it;receivcd by some person in Wsh- - of recent in tho long lost Curit is an able and rqW $& th ' i:"l"Vt!t!lcca Iiicl. led which ho oiiers to troni hnm-ovoi.-t fttir-inia,!-:"- faphol '" ""K'-iltoistuo.du- S: 1 o JfT'1' ,,r" WSititi. . SQQi 1SS5, V 111 1 UHIHOUIli t , FASIXI03TABIE if . SHOP. North West corner of Moscotr iiiysteriously disappeared. It is any A"B. i.WJi. 'And Continuing Pour, Months. Spring Session Commences and Lenuw, a.t Jlickman. h.y . hiHl IjjJKllarrvlT"'tTeviish inclfrn' txtrt'nto be hoped that this certainly not ot previous year in the aid-tliin tho temple, twolve patriS& Ration naranteeiL southern agriculture;" . unreasonable conditionif thy of- returns to the South (jerolia arciis. twelvo .tribes of raniol, April. MONDAY. JANUARY fer has been really made will be State department culture twelve k' ones in Aaron's breastof accepted at once, so that the pub- show that the aggre;-at- a jj!amount plate, twelvo gates to Jerusalem, Continuing Five Months. lic eyo may be gladdened by the of agrieiiltuml months liens in that Sttt tvolvo signs iu in the year, and THE BARTER GROCERY- eight of ono vrhom it is very anxtwelvo i not inline thorough primary the Zodiac. ihe course of gtiidy. work in English branch, Mathc- given to obtain ad vances oimM mntjca Lfttin, Greek, (Jornmn, tho Natural ScienecH Pocution, Pcnmnnhi, Uook- . ious to sec, and the publiu car be J. 5l MONTGOMERY, nnnoun. crops, is ' a deadly weapon, is a PfifVftcltn.l minng, MR. lo Lis friends nnd Ihe public that letter" imljviditals can poijUont desired .UMIWIVU in a storv it is verr growing KSsy. Th(rf o ,KJU,WUUIJttsS Oxk hundred thousand hogs- Kapocir.lMusic, Drawing and Calislhenics. i rfin.snf for than in Rtwntion ia dorotcd to the preparation of students for college, and young be hag opened on mo stamte book. It restrains cWigds, but wjier.einjire the iu. anxious to hear, Tne amount of a new and fresh supply of believing that this process-- . of heads of tobacco havo been sold men for utuinotk!. ) all kinds of Fajjilt Oxocehies, which La c,8R..1 cxuzcuB vto pBjtorablo evils, anl:k a& should which Howtrato is snnnosed to getting rid of the wasteful fend j in Louisville this year. Louisville will sell as low as ihe lowest. He is rea. . no r.t.i.n;inr i.n pocketed is of small eouseouenee is the greatest tobacco market in dy at all times lo exchange Groceries tt Other class nnr no ftttMitinn t ?. iMo1 JcoilO to rw'fcf".? 100,- - oompared with certain peculiar vusuy oiu practice is going wi world. tho coeh prices for Bultrr, Egg, Chickenp.'cr :it all. The result is harmful rath- - Sp voters have sa?'..t1ho polls points in Tits case, hithorto deeply all tho cotton States, and that. s any kind of marketing lhat iLe farming a cqnscqnence, the present urge TUITION: cr tlian protective to society. The 'at tMey dosira a Mffl'i t that in the dark. That he had partners, friends may bring in. The highest ma cotton crop lias been raise.! at The New York Daily World Primary Pupil !o i,u per best thiug to do wo boliev n w 4rf .1nMn -- 0JMJV Will) llUr.llVl4 BC o any who shared the plunder and saddlmonth ?3 00 kel price always paid. .', now claims a circulation of 200,000 lUiiVUO ncf rrr tMtt,M((l,jMt " 4 00 J.M. MONTGOMERY & BKCL repeal all laws on the subject. such terrible evils aJTohould drive ed him withall tho blame, there is much smaller cost than usual It copies the largest of any paper Iiitermedialc e will require several years to " Advanced O 00 Let any and every man carry a a people no doubt; and just as little that into revolution and possiCotton in America. the revolution. pistol if he desires so to do, but MOMTail.Y IX AIVAXK. these partners, fearing he would planters have grown up in tin. beif ho uses it unlawfully ;let. tho ble anarchy. If it is ignorance let "squeal" if driven to the wall by Cleveland adhered to tho law SALE AND LIVERY STABLE B. C. lief that punishment bo summary and the 3"ows enlighten1 us. legal proceedings, assisted him to without they cannot raise urop and was absent from his place of mortgaging it in advjuco severe. Princeton Banner. escape and helped dO Hickman, Kv., Aug. 7, 1885. 3m to a city for lo The Eiacc fii Virginia. Another significantto eoncealliim. pnrchaso merchant withmoncf so business but days. & Tho law may-- bo a "dad letter" fact is that and supplies Wof bin? Mn Oms jwndwNwi the government made no special these planters have for vearsreal- KENTUCKY STREET, in Caldwell, but it "in uot in Pulcandidates There are fifty-fou- r "S. ?vBailoy, Virginia," was one eiiorc to nna the luffitivc. aihI ly occupied a position precisely for conatantlj on hand for hir Assessor in Henry county. ton, quite a number having been ot the, names rcistered at the ""sued the who c matter nu KEEPS sale as similar to that of their field lands HORSES, BUGGIES nnd HACKS. tried and made to paj' the penalty. Metropolitan hotel j'OSterday. He ; quickly as possible, showing thore- raising crops for somebodylse. The loss of propertv bv the Haisg purchased Ike ctaMr. ioraeg by that the ......:.! partners had Their cotton 15ut tho question is, indeed, a had haruly put on the and entire outfit of W. B. Plumrae r bales no more belong- Ohio cyclono will reach 1,000,000. we propose lo continue the busineea, and vuxcu one, anu good people aro hotel book when a friend greeted powerful influence at headenartcrs ed to themselves than to tlh lasolicit patronage In doubt wlmt kind of law would him and asked him, "Who's going and exerted it to save themselves borers who pick and press tliem. to bo Governor of. "Virginia, Ma- by saving Ilowgate. In other But a besriunincr has been Sialic Oards. be the beat. To "repeal all laws jor?" words, behind tho v..'-of the in tho process that is to deliver on the subject," won't do, because ftJTitzhugh Loe;'s tho Major signal-servicbureau there is them from this irksomefand W. DIESTELBR1KK promptly replied. m'co nest of tho outlaws, a few of whom now ruinous bondage, and. D. G. PARK, thieves, whom a Kepnbli- - closer economy that is witlf the "I presume yqnare going to crefiiing aro arrested and punished, would , vote for the Belioeratic candi- ca aunnnistnitiou conspired to! into Southern business, itlwdl ATT03tSH7. & IaI-Wthen feel license to co in without date V ; protect from deserved imniah-meu- t probably go on till tho plasters " fionr nr restraint. rf If.w. ivlinronR - - A'. MAY FIELD, as it did Babeoak of alco experience the strange sensation ''Yeet I'm a i?epnbucan, but Vm goingto vote lor Lee. I Imvo holic memory. the major part of tho of having raised a crop tha be- In Active l'rRctlcoNIiicoXnrcIi, IST7. people would still disdain to make been a Eopnbiican sjuce tho vmv. space o name all artielea. hnf nr, longs to themselves. It willfnot VVILLpraetiec in 11 the cm:uies of the trouble lo show oon.U be accomplished without ee&de-uia- l First Judicial Dintnct, and in the Appelwalking arsenals of themselves. Befpro that I wiis a "Whig." ujiow about tire qoiored voters nudsToe and see, at the corner of Troy and sacrifice; but it wif be late Courts of Kentucky. It is a sad state of society when ol Virginia'? Is thLM'uhoue and Moscow Arenar. Earn HicVm?ut Uj p 8ej)tlS-l- y The Kentacky Legislature would jj worm ten times more thnfa it good people shall bo told by the t&em all " going to get hmuorUilbte itself if it w ouid devise ' wsts; the severe discipline iielf, repeal of this law that the law is "Not by auy means. The Dem some means by which the State! through which it is to be reafked, JEL T. TYLER vill powerless to protect peaceablo ocrats w n v get more colored votes might have good roads. Moving will fmprovo tha character of tho . v i u rim t ji.a:i v r .v n. u. i. i4iii tj mi biii vi . . uV i t""-n- viupn irum uie. mnns to the Southern people and detnonratc AKILY fiROCERT , .V. MANUFACTURERS OF ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ciuseus. anu the oniv nrotcctiou, jLiie" coiore.i, people are oeginning - , v J . , x local nvirket in a heavy lax to that they are uot incapable aTaawaai g i "- .' . ., aaaacssasisB . iLlllll'.illlllBIU.J, i,lll';ri.;r(lVT1tri. " a f ini l Tira.jiruii'iMaw anfi iifwutnj.na. " - -fl iunii in pcacn tho onduralco, IlICKMAy, - - - KMA'TVOKY. H. O. ? VMViwwrmvimmmbvmi.'LMJkUiyivj.. ready preparation aiNriiso of your hft 3 U f.'nsirrv t.n in . . . J w iuor misy utapiay in war. "" A" IHV counties The rfiafaM vd&.,.2i (DA VIS' OLD JaTANDA ' attend to Isiue-tonth- s ly, and tho liphblic! wil no ihlizi.iiziii vn i ikiaiii rain iriii - mAnt i. iXrvwr to tboir oare. all bneinaw eut rusted pistol and bowie-knifo- . 411 kinds of longer monopolize the' coliCrCli of t.I war- Cft.i iiAir)ilAV?.J Office -- Furniture Factory. of tho men who carry pis..v.rt..t.,iivvu Outlook In Virginia . . i votes." f nove.'S are as euYontiai to proipri- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ru't:s tols concealed in defiance of law, ,;Havo you r.evcr l Couvereatious with a numbv of m ntiirnin. jt,! ved fr. a tr .... . s without special causo, are cow- "uviib nuiuiiaiv, Uiiyavr' m rflh jb: hv,V Kd,.,lAn suallr kept in a hcuse, af Id: culmuee the value of lauUn and Virginia farmers, who were pres i oiu prices. L. ards by nature, and the longer run, yes. i otcuiur,jjameroni cheapen the ntarketing of pro-a- t ent at the Ialls Church fair R A M D L E. ju. tho contest for Governor, ducts. Why not enact a law ein-f- uivii una ij;ib nuill KM pOITV-IFAXCr VAM)Ji. TAZ, you keep the present law in the ATTORNEY Af UW as long as the State debt ftIA f!nr.mHinn, nt of the State and aro not politicfims, XIAmC.JtEAAT JVCXJiSS statute books and the more vigor- tion was in distmte. lho Afp.hnnp i. , ,v..sf..u ..,. t. yet well informed about the drift Collector, Real EsSitto Agent CXlXliEMUES, UOMIA'Y, ously it is enforced. tUC lUOiC ter- - party hil. Kama ayiMicn fnr thiwrl ,. CHITS . w sentiment, elicitod rthe w. ...w.. iittiii--L.. tit 4i. oi-- .i. hi, ..i n,i t..nr of publicthe iinnn .. HICKMAN, KY. 1(11 Id CillilCU illLUollUJl 1.UIKK, Jlilll existence. In 1330 1 ran a a Refact that outlook for a Demo roads of those counties that will SSr Will r.ttend proaptly to all husl cratic thereby the evil gradually losecn-ed- . publican, against both the support tho convicts while so 1.1 4 victory at the . approaching ." ri waft ne3 entrusted him in SonUivesteri 'I Cou- - engaged! and Democrat for j uiceuuii is very promising, n Mngr, Coflfccs, Soaps, cir, When tho present law was generally stated that tho i)omocra-ti- c Kentuc-- J' nd Northwestern Tennesnce iireas in the district now repre SpeCiaUttentioB given to tho iacstiga first made, public sentiment didn't aWill not be undersold. tickot would get a much larger tian of Land titles, and the purchase sented by Hon. .John b. Jwrbour. Siting for HftflnK UJoRCT. Will pay fall price for Butter, E233, justify the imprisonment penalty, Muhone is going to be extinguishproportion of the negro vote than sale af Real Estate. f jans L, aud the Governor was flooded ed in Virginia tide time. There FBANKi'Oitr, 'Kv., &opt. 14., A ever before. The usual attempt lawsuit of importance to all tho to frighten aud intimidate the newith petitions asking a remission will be a largo turning over of and colored sporting fraternity of the State groes and to forco them into vot-iu- g FOIF,of that part of the judgment, but both white Republican this iail." was filed in tho Franklin Circuit vot06 in favor of Lee tho Republican ticket has been PHYS1CAK km SUR6EQN, now publicsentiment is changing, Court aud the decision at made by Republican leaders, but KENTUCKY XZA7.5:it j - tho trial will be watched with in- does not seem to have tho old HICKMAK, aud one convicted of carrying bis rrofasaionnl Services to terest. Fifteen months aso Mr. force. It is stated very generally concealed a deadly weapon, must Uw Toik Kail Anl rxTo.J the The man who is elected gover- W. L. Collins, who was then Sher- by the fanners vho employ ne- janlO-'S- citizens of Hickman and vicinity. D HUGS, show a special good character and FAINTS AKD DFJt-STHiff of this comity, and STr. John groes that the colored people havo nor of Isew York on November specially extenuating circumstan- 2d, 1835, will be much more likely W. Gaines were contestants for already learned the lesson of Dem o ces, or public sentiment demands to be nominated for the presidency tho nomination. A Democratic ocratic success. They realize that jsr. c; yss: jsjs: b nsr, HOW TO SAVE that ho endure the whole pen'altj. three yoars later thsif waa Grover primary election was called, and it does not mean danger to them before it came off Oaiuos made a and that their fear3 havo been ex- - 'We nrc Wholesale Ileailquartcrs for al &er PRESCRIPTIONS CA RA FJ j. i COMPOVNbSDi True enough, there are ' instances Cleveland, seeuungly, when he bv unreal dan- - griules of was umdb eovernor by a ljlnrality bet of 500 with Mr. James T.j cited hero-tofor- e . when the cowardly pistol-carrie- r Larkins, who was a friend aud sup gam. As a result the statement of 102,554 votes on jsovemoer 7th, asii cisass catches a good and bravo citizen 13v32; and that is one reason why porter of Collins, that ho would is very generally and very posi-- And iie sxomi WIHIIEJIISr at a disadvantage ; but, unfortu- the approaching election in this defeat Collins. tively made that the negro Demo- sad will i'oIj to dealers only at Factory The money was put up, and cratic vote will bo 10 to 15 per prioes; also tho nately, such instances will occur State possesses such extraordinwhen the primary came on" Gaines cent. larger thau it has ever beeu SOTO DsaUl k-tcaE'i Swede? Stskli SaaS MEAN U77.-17SAY AND SAY WHAT 1 MEAN. under any law, or no law and the j ary interest for the people in all was victorious, and tho $1,000 before. parts of the uuiou... hmce the best remedy for such an evil is, birth of the republican party Xew was handed over to him by the the best iu the market. "We also keep THE OXLY 8CIEXTIFIC SWIWE REMEDY IS constantly on hand a choice selection the education of public sentiment York has given her oiectornl vote stakeholder. Under the laws of M of Haas7 Dr. ike to feel and believe that he who to the republican candidates five Kentucky, if the loser of a bet XTrtTTT Spurncil lizo Guifi. l.T.:Tli mi.- brings suit within six months after "V'l. o FAMILY GROCERIES.' SoM by alt rcipcctablo Drnggiets and General Store-iriuh Auui ouu; J.UU huiui;iit jerks out a pistol upon an unarm- times and to tho democratic three the bet was made he can recover CONFECTIONERI ES, vote of 1,107,-00of the assurancethaT N, C & SL L. ed peaceful citizen is an assassin times, and in a totalCleveland and3 tho amount of money lost by him ; bo glad some men in AND FKUITS, WHAT THE REMEDY WILL DO. Ry. there are the huuiG? last autumn, who deserves consnro and punishIt will ii in jonr hop In ""'" condition, if he refuses to bring suit lest walks of life who cahlfc; be which wc will sell very low for Ihe cash received a plurality of but Ilendricks It will Inert their P' tlt ment jnst 4s much as the assassin only 1,017 votes. The great politi- within that time, a' third party may bought with tho clink of goluK A1 Please call and see us. It illexi tho polwii ft- m t leir nytUm. ,,?T a 1S lien mnt ioljonpd. It only rrmedy "iat FBWA & UeBOW. who does his work iu midnight cal parties in Kc-- York aro so bring suit against tho winner for Iloosier who lost his wife aWew, It wilt top cnngli wuongjrour hog. It rrnlnteiitiie bowels. may treblo tho amount v.' on from the weeks ago was waited upoiiWeWj darkness. What's tho difference ? j evenly balanced that a triflo It will t dinc " every Inatnrare. direction, ioser. In this casotho "third par- days after the funeral by?af niatf. turn LOWER and LOWER. Thoso gettlnr It (hethcT diel or not) will gain morotha t In each instance tho unarmed vic- - and the scales in either names to ty" brings tho suit for $l,ij00, it who introduced himselft'as thaj tho selection of ioneCcnulnewltliouttliU Tmile ilurK.l double the poundt of pora wlilleottiers arc gaintog ne. - tim is cquallv helpless. Public stand at the head of the tickets bciii'T treble tho amount lost bv agent of a Cincinnati medical co as All kinds of Grocories hams, sides, &c. Ilonnroor Iniltntlona clnlmlnsflo bo tto nnmr a Uiij Remedies, raclowj n vcheap as the cheapest. I will not 03 wrarperBOf earao eolur, eixe, ud direction or my well knon Kemeaio. campaign Larking. lege, and he went right to busi thnvi'?u;hiu-la-tc- r BfHentimont is growhijtowarcWtho' JUiliM Yixi.iiiu. naer80ld. ' by remarking: enforcement of this law, mcasurod should be performed with the WHAT THE REMEDY HAS DONE. ."2Ir. Blank, neither ofpaha consciousness of a possibility, not The Republican pauper counCo ziinsiHs loner's Sale. by the attending circumstances to say II AX5lr, Mo., Juan 2f, 1884. Call on ne&rwt Ticiet Agent, probability, that tho choice ties of Bell, Breathett, Clay, Har- any nine to 1001 away. xoiiTAv-if- t It cure for UogI loai I 1.atc aed Dr. Jo. II.ia Hoc Uemcdy, and can reconniend Iierda. a sure thn. linndrvd Cholera.I twgaa a of tho act and tho character of will determine the fate of the par- lan, Knox and Laurel with a pop- is (icau anu Buried. 1 wanPhef Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. eiclitlinndrNldolUre(Siw)worl!iofl.oglMtprlnepntor ofor hd. Or Address day ") fce.lii c tlio Remedy wliila thkt w xur. nrina t tiii a"0''. Tf u they J"" "at. from the firat aa' .the guilty ouc. Therefore, wo ties which make it in the preai- - ulation of 19,215 drew for witness body for tho college. Ipould Martin Chambers, Plaintiff", l,te improved rlcht alonav ISr.MEOT, I HAVE NOT LOST A HOC. In fct. Equity. of ftcdlnc "out against me from $) to Sl.ttW. KBA3K ME- .e SffJM, and 1 u. .ure it ha. .TeJ t h Monly fees last year $10,40:1,18, while the snatch it any dark night, buftSmt's' J?no A. Wilson, Adm'r, Deft. J conclude that tho public arc not dential election of 1S88. Pwt. Atrt., Dallat, Te., r PKICF-- 30c, 81.23 and 82.50 per hoi, ording to Use, as lb earn. 813.3. coun- not my way. How much caWwill Democratic revenue-payin- g By flrtuo of a judgment and order of JOo. Ii A AS, V. tJ., Indianapolis, Ind-Fdissatisfied with tho law, but with H I. IMSLEf. G. P. 4 T. A Nashaille, Tenn. the Fulton Fulton is going to Jiavo her ties of Campbell, Boone, Grant, buy tho cadaver!" own 'x$S& ..S sale ofAugust Circuit Court, rendered sale by J. W. COWGILL, Hickman, Ky. 1885, in the "Dig'erupatyour FRITZ. HELLNER, T. AKt, Hieknan. . oxnmror,?'. at tho term thereof, ecpt25.lt .w,bordeis enlarged by tne, ijobia Harrison, Kenton ami!.o7ii .i- - 4k"4r nnnunnn rf rendloton aboe cuse, for tho sum of three hundred ACS." cents dollars and forty-fiT- e ture. The Fultoniahi thus diseuF- - onI $857.1-1- . Thero is something "How much'll you givol"i and oigly-Cv($33.13), with interest at tho rate of G op- ses the move: . The Louisville Democrat is "Fittoen dollars." rotten iu those mountain counties per cent, per annum from the 28th day of HICKKAN MARBLE WORKS "And tho coffin!" posed to Gen. Buckner, Cerro Fulton, as a .corporation, in- turo and the next Legislature August, 1SS5, until paid, and $13.75 costs Saddlery aijd Harness offer for sale "Oh, tha's no use to mo. herein, I ehall proceed to of should try aud scent it out Gordo Williams, Thos. L. Jones, cludes only about ihreo-fourth- s ttEALr.it r.v "Stranger," said tho WlilrVwrtr. ntthe court house door, in Hickman, Ky., 2ows. our buildings. Ought this to be mCKMANr KY. candidates now spoken of for T7II ' nl.;.. ' to tho highest bidder, at Public Auction, Tnn ouiji ui x u miooi. ? Should not auract bo passed jmu so lt&voit ou Monday, tho l'ilh day of October, Governor, ami makes the predic- j:u uiir iie.vi think I'm fool enough to Krow 18S5, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabouts, PLUMMER A ssemui.v in- & FARR1SS, A good remedy for the nneqnal tion hat a young business man creasing ourvicucrar cotlin in"thGd0 (being County Court day), upon a credit on and low assessment of property away a forty-dollHimtTdTeiinessee ASD ALSO. will wiu the honor. It says : Nets Stina., Lines, Hooks, and alltklnd tho one Eido and at east one half would be to make the Assessor hard times you haven't sizqTl me of six months, the following described Jackson St., opposite Courier Office, City lot Xo. 09 on the UTTm ofl'islung Tackle and Supplier, at a bar nnmnnmnv a Trn,,..i... mile ill real of iniii.tr. Irttildiiii'S i::ki-- . V.: 1.. one time. This up k'rect. Let the old woi;&... property, - - - KY. HICKMAN. Fulton county, Groceries and Family 8npplies gen Italian O'lO isn't costing anyiug plan of Old Hickman, does not sell for " ., l. y.,rtm gaij-nrn nni trnintr tn nnim.min l.l Oil TCnUlllUncr Kldf.S.fft Tl.nco hlilbi- ..l,i aid Amkkioan Marbli Kentucky. If said lot an1 ,0?KiMgs aiidhcro enough to pay said judgment, then I will A WELL selected stock of Saddles nnd u rcceivaWo liencfits of: thftt officer t0 taic0 n8'ts niuoh be-- ! politician nor any war veteran for. "'S8 MONUMENT8, 10XB AND GRAVE i Harness. New work made to order. sell lots Nos. 1, 'J, 3, 1, o G, 7, 8, 40, 51, Governor next time. The gentle- - "r , jncorporatidfflf and heuce Jow til0 cagj vaie 0f property in ain't a penny out for repairs:?. Prompt attention given to 65, 57 and CO in block 8, and lots Nos. 08, oo a parotid parcel or oner to mako votes in his next men who are prancing before tho "o STOKES. 63, 64, C5, 197-- 108, 100, Tin? Postmaster G en eniljins in 60, 60, 01, C?, 204,205, 200,207,208, 200, eye m that sort of toga ns public 25cts Lower tian the Lowes race. Elizabeth town News. 200, Tecelred a lae let of Ame r 201, 202,203, HAVING Italian Marble, I am pre will havo the fun of it for their vited proposals lor carrying the. 210, 211, 212, 245, 240, 247 and 218, in of any kind. He has secured the services 1 have no clerk cxpansss no store rea The people, theJfyotcs of this berry Waix, of STew York. mails from July 1, 18S5,Yo1kTuiv block 4, and lots Kos. 90,07, 149, 150, 161, of that well known and excellent work- -n- nd pay cash for all my Groceries, and pared to fill all orders. Call and eza 1m.v. aiio next lemocrauc didatc. for Governor will be a ' State, don't appegEfo be specially known as tho King of tho dudes, 30,1 y, in the States of Qeora 162, in block 5, all of said lots in East man, Uncle Bob FarriM, which of itself is herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap ur work. only Commissioner Orders frora the country prompt st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon lirirtLvijrorouB.nroRDerousvonnfr.'ani-ioiif- ; nr. rv?SSIi..t o aw has succeeded in dissipating the Florida, Alabama, MisWinni' Hickman. Tho said lots as my willncpes-sar- y a guarautee of good and faithful work. be may 26 ar sell so many ot . Trrt. 25 cents cheaper than the low apr24 busiuess man. could almost last of hie fortune of foOO.OOO, Tennessee and Kcntnckyjroj's! to pay said judgment or sufficiont JOHN WITTING. fiim nnw r lint if In (nn nnrlr. constitution, andfnr ttmsn who whip') lin rr Rncnt at tho rato of als to be received up to '.Jumarv thereof to produce the sum of money so immA 4 ' " nave voted fortslS' ,,rhd it m enfinttnn n rear. IIo wore a.Tnew J im- yet ordcrod to be made. For the purohase Special Kotlce. past elections, wejSon't know of jfiUjt of clothes every day and had REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. EETHE'SJSALOON. price, tho purchasers, with approved B sarelv or securities, must execute bonds, ono who favors tlnrrrcsted rev-- 1 500 pfiir of pants extra dutantTDrvlrJISe- 6- forward i r di SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abon i" ......... M., the .(utmiotf the bearing legal interest from the day of A POSASAarc RESORT. ' . Roman Catholics Jiitj Ki'invr io . .fci ouutonary soyerSnfv - conven !a until paid, and haTine the forco and turf-worb-l, make -t- tlemcnt. ONE Acrra. Six Rooms, Two Cis mm, M,.Pfll1 TTm(in Rftvinnnr Iiailllftliatiaiinl fLttlinl nmiivnre;. has within UKvist Ci- - MSt'omV FRESH BEER tern, Good WellSpring, Stables, Orchard a tyat Washington, and the bishops tio,K Tlli(3 ProYmt public sen-- ! aVB iu-- an ..interview tliat'he.is two weeks made a failurcifi,cr nflVw.. of to iiidcraont. Tddderswithwill be Tarn and Tobacco,constantly on lap promptly these of ihe best brands comply kc. Apply to nwnired j GEO- WARREN, GEO. N. HELM, & DREWRY. nvoijieaieu jotuc cuurcii- fcat uiuunt win noug-jiSfiuch revo-- ' nnnrtseirtb'tne oivtt fientee imm- - etlort;to surpass her'' lcfoff 0 rerrnf. Patronace solicited. ivy.., nayI1885-6- ni r 'j for aid. vl? Ilickuian, Ky. Bj'l-U. Ussier Lonntuumcr. . i; mar. no? sept25 lutionary method rii 3" . v aK-- V win, carrv concrnlo.l -. .' " " .i . uru.j.j iiiiiL jinf.--' t .. OTW:ni..v . i ,...i.-" " t ' lifinu . ' i'v..ti. jtfii.iriiriii(ii:T fici?-i-ik- i '.te cftvcntionii8cW& ; iKluture Biuoa tho war. ..! it lu: ' y. V ....!. I., ii. . nrrnr i t lle- i w i ....v. .. nit ii.r i.uy uxgoH in n.wl ..,. uio law have been tried utilt. JiU tic ia6:le,J' if 1 that they fndution of the exed qnstion h:is bavc a (l times tlxei ht to alter over been had. The present law, or abo. their go) JMCnt, but wfiieh lines and imprisons in tho t tht ioo- county jail for ton days all who are ior e wo to fco a nowdjwtitution ? convicted of carrying conceakd plo js't-tii..-.c- rnL !' JT,,:rt;W ft0:-UAuhori- : v-- I.fi.ln1ilii.n1l l,i. i. .. F''u. 1 . 1 l4 canse there wero TIM V .JSma.J)cmocmt .?T.V .. c n stcc!v irm nTiiinttwKn'Ediiw. .iCjfY"vMi.i:mwi vo propnets ot old, the apog- y .;..... .i;u:-ssouuiern croiis a ..7....- :',ji w.icn . j; Jit ' Fo I'.fadcd vith i!idobfi,?ilT?is aTiiBrBBL jujQJiered twelve, there were Wl i - Ma " whil - J&l1! I v'' The Fall Session will commence MONDAY, AUGUST?' 31 B00siorfiiMnEs -- i TisT" W - ;.i v.-ii-ln . 14 jom-plet- OAtDWBLL, , Faius $- - - Parker, hts-nam- J ! CASE & MILLET, ex-offie- rrolossiona e Re-public- ! GROCERS- KEISTTUCKir. & CO., Family Groceries. law-abidi- can-didat- . . . mi k ibvi r. r A.&R. r& HERTWECK, BALTZER v . m - jrr- - A av - . a w h sr -- - -- .ia :- olfkex-hibitiu- I 1 i t- ill f JXJDG2. ' -, i . . -- & lo . ..,.., first-clas- at to-ja- or quos-iorprin- nr - i -- i;a-honei- te ... Hickman, Kentucky. O IBiE D RELIABLE m. i CHAS. A. 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