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GEORGE WARREN, Editor. m E,STABLISH!ES59- riHB CiLINESE West. 1 L .E Tlio Oldest JNTcAVjiPinTVestcx-i- i Kcutucliy. --HICKMAN, BILL-HEAD- S. IWTTIT4.TI03SrS. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. CURRENT TOPICS. PULTON COUNTY, KBgg&CK MANSFIELD'S Two M Y, FRIDAY. " OCTOBER 2. 1885." THE COMMONWEALTH. VOL. xxMoT 5SZ ETC.. ETO, MXlia XT kXTj -- A.I--E ' MbT GO. TH2 EASTERN QUESTION. Turkey Must Keep ncr CIaw off or There Will be Trouble Conditions on AVhtch Alex. 1VIU MYSTERY. fiWlNG IN 1T0NTEEAL. . lira! showmen. IsdiasiXss are beginning to ask: Is our Cheyenne Worklnjr Men GIve'Tlie'ra Fmc great pie factories are kept busy la MDro Philadelphia. The death of Jumbo will bring'rellef to Trouble Anticipated in the Itealgn. trustees trusty? b from a corn-copipe. Cheyenne, VTy., September A Florid ak4Is buying crackers Tor a parworkingmen of this city, representing all rot that is' ninety-tw- o years old. Ix China and Japan, silver is the only classes of labor, held a secret meeting'ast night, and nt'a very early hour this namcoinage, and nobody cares for gold. ing a number There are 62,000 organized miners and tsibutcd in of printeadodgirs weredis. different parts of the cityfand laborers n theanthracite coaLriigjQns. also posted on the doors of all Loose1 ocbserax. MILES Trill gop'far as the cupied" by the Chinese, reading as folbws. redi jyaKjerms. "A. fair w'arnlug: All Chinamen Kiind in nay, tfiuchcrTs the city of Cheytnne after October 1 rill be &erloo snnrdillBKoi aly twenty dol inbjectjto a ccat of tnrand feathers and v iiSK or-The SesatVak Octolicr IVtck draws consolation to Leave. tttobjMjo . " tas eoaiMciaj-- , s r n " f oaaaadian railroads OHHaiwanirsg J.rltldetffrcrolbecltyonarail. AVcrkinfmen, hthi,pbrnese..must E0." The most ninute inquiry thus-fai- r andCrepIaed .wuV ale.; irqjR.TSbicn'tiiesi ciu "not trace the urce , . . f- '.,r..;:..!i doirsera nriinife.k The l fSi M . inroi;uuut. "W. aelr houses near Seattle. T., and set them on fire. found in the dead-lett- er Over $1,500,000 in drafts-nn- d 4,843,000 letters office lost yean cash were sent to the u Fatal' Dynamite Explosion. Yohk, Pa., September 25. An accident An Immense Corn Crop. occurred at York Haven, about ten miles CniCARo, September 27. The conTcrop.: him.,, from here.tbis afternoon, which resulted in .Mumbo, the great elephant, had three of the United States having passed the the death of one man and the serious inoT fear, a mouse, a cat ami a rat. He critical Jstage, and whatever of danger jury of three other?. A large paper mill is wouhi,howlat,the sight of a cat and shiver menaced the cereal fromiffcstring1 now being eredted there, nnd workmen were '' at ttaC ended, owinfto the maturity of the'grain, engaged in excavating rock in preparing A Detroit girl drew a door mat with a the Farmers' Ilevteic, of this city has called the foundation. A number of blasts had crayon on ..the . front door step, and it was, in reports from its fourteen hundred, cor, ijren made, but one of them failed to ex- thought tho workmen Elod'e'lind it wns charjro so natural that several callers tried iq give respondents, g vingthearea and probable to John Mor- yield in every countv in tbtenieleadiog'. 'rissey, ef Washington, D. it, began drill wipe. it a. I C, States, and "Las compiled ing out the bole, and with his drill struck TnE constitutionality of Pennsylvania's from these a close estimate of the approxi the dynamite with whjch it had been 'law prohibiting the manufacture and sale mate yield of the rrop of ItM.1 lhe;e esti charged, ben" a terrible explosion occurof oleomargarine is now tho subject of a mates have been based on ar- comparison red. Morrissev's right hip was crushed, and yield of 1S54, taking the figures of the Agri-test case in court. He the Washington for the this llesh was torn from bis limb. was died cultural Bur.eau evening. Thoinns O'Brien cut The Philadelphia and Reading and yield of last vear. at "The reports of the corabout the Pennsylvania Railroad Companies have respondents include not only the approxi- .powder, head, and wa badly burned with Patrick Hagerty had his left eye entered upon peace negotiations. The war mate actual ncrtiage, but also the. percent- , mown oit, ana was also severely nurnea. age of condition 'as compared to last year, and John O'Connor Was badly injured has lasted twenty- years. and the percentage of increase or debody. This done Eault snow is predicted this fall. Heavy crease in acreage. closely was possi- about the to approximate as as overcoats and rubber boots, the meteoroloFinishing Touches to the Monument. y actual .output, th$ correctgists say, will como in good play during ble .thewhich method was demonstrated ness of "Washington, September 2T. Tho conthe early part of October. very fully in the "estimate oV tractors for placing about fifty memorial If ew York is excited over an ouinreas crop on June 1 by this bureau, and to tablets In' their position in the interior which figures all the recognised statistics, small-po- x of in a Grand street tenement, walls of the Washington Monument are incjuuing and. the healtnauthoritieS are using great gradually tne uovernment careau, nave completing their work. The stones have approached. In Indiana, Illi' precautions to prevent its'sprealliug. nois and Kansas the pround plowed up, all been riveted into their places, and the owing to the ruination of thewmter wheat work of- snrroundinc them vi ith cemet.etc, ATa wedding in Bridgeport, Conn., is bein finished. Tho stones are all placed crop and devoted to corn, is closely comthe groom, a young man, who apin posi'ions over the alternate stairputed. Incomparison In the pealed nervous from the start, broke into states, show the returns tlfht way platforms alove the one hunhysterical sobs before the ceremony was Indiana, Minnesota Iowa, and dred feet level on the new masoury. The over. Missouri have a slight increase in acreage preparations for the work of placing addiin the top of tional metalic cver3SS-ithe Father James McCaffrey, of St. Louis, showing aand "Wisconsin isboth only State ment to protecttips from licbtningthe monuare proit Minuesota decrease, but has. announced that hereafter all Catholic gressing satisfactorily. The tips are bein? and Wisconsin ,show children.attending public schools will be dition, and Missouri" a, decrease in con- .plated with geld in'Pbiladelphia, and win also shows a dedisbarred r.froni partaking of the Holy crease. The other States all . reveal an be received m about two eeks and placed Communion. improvement, and in Ohio, Ulinois "and In position, when, it is claimed, it will be fr Indiana the improvement is marked almost impossible for the monument to be Rich pilgrims and zealous men of God This results in an injured by lightning. estimate have changed things so much at Jerusalem able yield in ten States or of. the probjthg,iW.O.'tf lately that land there ha? doubled in value bushels for 1SS5, as compared with Attempted Murder of Wife and'Daughtcrr bushels in 1SS2, an increase of and many modern dwelling-house- s have CiiAJirAiG.v, III., September 25. J. C. bushels. On the basis that,tfce Leen erected. States and Territories outside of the tea Thompson, living at Sodorous, near here, The south side of Alaska has a climate as named will produce as mu"h corn as thev quarreled vr:th his wife aud daughter remild as Kentucky, while the north si ie has did last year, or 513,400,000 bushels, and cently, and the two women left their home a climate as cold and rugged as that found this would seem tq t assured from a study and came to this, place to live. Late this in the. Arctic Ocean, 23 to 50ebelow zero for of the reports it will give a total crop'of, afternoon Thompson appeared in the house 1,079,636,000 bushels, from which total it is hero they were residing, aud attacked three long months. safe to estimate that the yield will not vary both "with a huge knife, inflicting a terrihle A glass bedstead has been made at a in any appreciable degree either way. and fatal wound in bis wife's throat. While Birmingham (Eng.) factory for a Calcutmaking a desperate attempt to cut his daughter's throat assistance came to hor ta millionaire. It is of solid glass, the legs, Died in a Barber's Chair. rescue and Thompson lied. A thorough rails, ett, being richly cut. The King of 27. Philadelphia, Pa., September,, "" The on party Barman alsoTias one. Harry 'Edwards, wfio" was employed as a physicians say Ms'uow somehis track. savhope of there is The nnmberof registered female voters poot in Frank Tomb".ey"s irestaurautNo. ing the daughter's life. ; street; died1 thJ3vmornlngwBile N in Boston bas increased from 200 two years agolo" 2,400 this year, with eight or ten sitting in a chair attJrose'slbarber-sliDp- , A Ba'chelor Dead at 108. thousand more still entitled to register and 2S"o. C04 North Ninth street. The man had Poughkeepsie, N. Y., September 2o. seated himself to be shaved by one of the Moses Marrcnellah, a Christian Jew, 100 vote on school questions. attendants, named Louis Algana, and years old, died y at the County The Courier-Journstays very few Chithough he was very quiet, therewas nothHe came to the United States from cago men have been given Federal offices ing in his manner to indicate that The President wishes to spare the Amerilie was ill. The baiber had lathered Jdermany seventy years ago. having trav an over me worm, iu icij uu wuiKeu finished ' going him can jjeoplorom being talked-tcdeth.cn ,ovr and had nearly with a razor. eled Callfoniia, and worked in the gold to his face once ,- ' the greatness of Chicago. years, meeting I):jrngthis time the customer never mines for several years he took wijh suca promiFor many The Genesta and the American yacht m.eUnor uttretln soiind. and when cess. part in and othr reAlp ma spoke to him about the weather nent Dauntless began a race on the 21st was no reply. A second later the ligions gatherings, and preached insecure for a silver cup valued at J2.600. The event tbf-schools or wherever he could man's head rolled lifeless off the head-reoccasioned no excitement whatever, but to the side of the chair. The affair caused an audience. He was never married. few persons observing the start. tb greatest excitement in the neighbor-liwhen Woman Disemboweled by a Bull. An Essex (Vt.) man recently paid a debt, I13 ', andshaving Algana learned that he man he was so a Stoughtojj.Mass.. September 20. This it is said, of fCOO with the hard cash all sb'i beenthat he wasdeadfrightened to nlve too ed faHvir;uethad hoarded up. The box Hr intelligent account of the nffalrr It fs morning Mrs. Mark Lathrop was assisting her husband in plowing. Two bulls, one of weighed SCO poundt, and the new owner sa I that the dead manSvns steady hard-riing and leliable, and appeared not at which was somewhat viclou", were hitched stays awake nights watching it. ' to her plow. A neighbor, Mrs. McCourt, all unwell. ft; came into the field, and one of the bulls The present year has been a very disbutted at her. Mrs. Lathrop attempted to CIeve!and:nb!lina-Mill'Strik- 8 Ended. astrous one to the great St. Louis .estates ward off the blow, and received a 6avage a'hd'tfie losse sustained by leading fam 27f-ThClevela'nd,1 Or, Mph thrust in the bowels, which completely lies it the city by reasonof tho shrinkage, strike nt the Cleveland rolljnjjrmifts Is af disembojwelcd her. There is slight hope of of certain securities is $5)000,000. last ended. The men .Ptrucjtonf July 1 her recovery. A stage line that was established 100 ,'ngainst an Indefinite reduction of wages, Penitentiary Clerk Sentenced. years ago is said to be still in operation be- Avhich tho mauagers had decided to make, Thursday Leavenworth, Kas., September 25. tween Skowhegan, Me., and Quebec, a dis- tastrestore June the cdmpaiiy agreed prices, and start the Jas. C. Pusey, the defaulting chief clerk to re at tance of 200 miles. The stages (six horses) Jmills. The majority orthe in and leaTejeither terminus every morning. favor of accenting the proposition, but the the Penitentiary, pleaded cuiltv was sentenced to eight years in the Penleaders soucht 'A SPOOKBiuJcatfisa-sifeet three inches on the companyto impose. ptaeV'?liuupns itentiary. In an interview he alleges that regarding themanagenitiit in "length, and weighing 140 pounds, was of the mfll. Several meetinCS Mere held. aruen, w. u. uncic ana tne caught by a party of seiners near Cincinbut-nsettlement was rjeachfcd.UuUL.ta--- . Jones, were cognizant of the crooked work nati, the other morning. It is claimed to misht, when a large meeting was ueiu, anu being dono at the State coal mine, and that vu. ine coal was furnished Glick and his be the largest and heaviest fish ever caught tooieauers ueciareu toe sm for which the State was naver paid. ajmouncenient was received with vociferin the Ohio River. ous cSieersS Thi?inill3SviIlJbe6tarted to- - The matter has creatba.much talk. i There is plenty of cause for tho fear thai morrow morning at June prices. y becomjTa scourge? in ll3f '. ITT. Earthquake in Pennsylvania. i Punished at theVhlp'plitj-Post- , iSmaa thi wiatef. fceptember 20. aiucn alarm W iLiiiSGTOX. Del.. September 20. Two among the residents of this Montreal U dealing with it should result in Fa or the country between McKee' several officials being kicked until there Is convicts were wnlppeu at rev Castie tni Kce,umo mver, ana tvasntngton, BOthlng to kick at. morning in the presence of two hundred miles, bv atliatance of twentv-flv- e Starkey, New York a circular lr you receive organ fromsent you to (spectators. Sewall ope ocur, wcolored, an distinct shack; of earthquake at 4 o'clocka oiq onenuer, sooq me puiory will be stating that "an for biaiglary. Jamas this afternffon.lTfaedisturbance lasted nnd took introduce it In your neighborhood, but that i Kirk, white, "took jenjashes," foe stealing about two minutes, the tremor of the earth you must send on 4 to pay freight,' don't rail way switch keys. Sheriff Todd wielded belng'accompanied bya rumbling sound, as of thunder. you do it. It is a new swindle, and is only the cat rather light on both culprits. . . mouth organ. a Business Failures. Hef CenfennfaJ. Celebrates The Publishers' Weekly shows that in New September 25. The business rSn.voriELD, MassS, "SepteinberEfl. Mrs. failuresYork, 1SS4, 4,08S books were published. The numoccurring throughout the conntry celeduring the last seven days number 1S5, as ber in 1833 was 3,431- - Fiction led all the Olive Cleveland Clarke, of this city, birtfeday-to-daagainst 178 last week and 203 the week rest, itsvolumes numbering 943. Law was brated her one hundredth 104 mother lived years old, nnd previous. next, 455 volumes, and theology and re- Her father lived to to be be over ninety. Mrs. her ligion fojlowed with 3S0. Cla ke is a distant relative of President Fatally Shot by a Burglar. During the beginning of the chestnut Cleveland. New Albany, Ind., September 27. News ? season on the Blue Ridge, the rats and mice Ty has just reached this city that on Saturday Fatal Drop Frem aTree. morning at 2 o'clock a burglar entered the carry their winter stores into the hollow house of Peter Seigler, near Riceville, in trees. The people then hunt these trees, K.MGnTBTOW.v, I.d., September 27. Crawford County, forty miles cut them down, and they always get from afternoon WiiliamJSebastian, aced city, and shot Mr. Seigler in west of this the chestnuts, which' are fourteen, an inmate of the Soldiers' Or- then robbed the house of S1.300. head and one to four pecks of Seigler's phans' Home, went walsutiaand climbed wound.is probably fatal. The burglar esalways fresh. This is no old chestnut. a tree, lost his balance and fetTthirtv feet, caped with his booty. Seigler was a merThe portraits on United States bank his death in a few hours. chant, and widely k'nown in Crawford and notes of different denominations are: On causing e e Dubois Counties. 55, Jackson; I, Washington; $2, Jefferson; A Spectacle in th; Hnvens. $10, "Webster: 20, Hamilton; $30, Franklin; After the Milkman. St. Johs's N. F., September 2.ri. An un$100, Lincoln; $300, General Mansfield; Chicago, September 25. The Chicago usual portent appeared in the sky in the $1,000. DeWitt Clinton; $3,000, Madison; nor'hwest region last night bejrin A huge red Health Department will $10,000, Jackson. It is not every one that mtt'oric body rose over Conception Bay, prosecutions against twenty-eigmilkand within seven minutes traversed an arc men who deliver watered milk; i tkis ' can own a portrait of Jackson. city, of between thirty and forty degrees. As engineer who hns made electricity his study recently declared that in the Hill and Flower. Fata! Affray Between Women. course of ten years he believed it would be Saratoga, September 25. Tho DemoBosiox, September 27. Norah O'Brien, possible to compress enough electricity in cratic Convention completed its labors tothe size of an egg shell to drive aged seventy, quarreled witKher tenant, day and nominated the following ticket: a substance Bridget Hennessy, aged fifty, last evening. as express train from Liverpool to Lon- Mrs. Hennessy threw Mrs. O'Brien down Governor, Daniel B. Hill; Lieutenant Govof don. stairs, causing injuries from which she ernor, Roswcll P. Flower; Secretary C. Mis Sweet, late Pension "Agent at Chi- died in twenty minutes, . Mrs. Hennessy Stnte. Frederick Cook; Comptroller, A.AtCtrapin; Treasurer, L. J. Fitzgerald; arrested. Both woaeL baa been torney General, Dennis O'Brien; cago, writes in censure of some idle gossip: w State En, drinking. gineer, Elnathan Sweet. I an Hot married I never was married sever expect to be. I ant engaged, but it Bantetf to Bftth.' ?4, ' I strictly a business engagement that inSuccessful Ballooning. Is Providesce, R.X.. SenteBiir Paris, September 24. Messrs. Renard terests me, and until my new enterprise is (fystfsttiy aad successfully established I EmmaEno, ot talscir.wlfose clothing Campenon, their successful ex rtiH stt bo time to think of matrimonial became ignited from a 1D WBich" her of General in DBiioon steering. Alter perchild had pulled from the periments projects." table upon the floor, and who was severely forming numerous evolutions against the wind, they descended at the starting point. uiuuru, uuu jrom ner injuries. er oo-jec- ts It, fs estimated that the farm fencs Jn thfs country, if placed in a straight line, would circle the earth 200 times. Kecent statistics demonstrate that England has sixty-fiv- e square miles of colony to the square mile of her otvn area. The owls of .New Zealand are as sagacious as dogs! Thoy are said to come down at night and kill great numbers of sheep. of Fish is so devoted to him that sho prefers prison life with her father to freedom without tb-- laundry publishes acanl in stajmg thit, in deference to y s au:ii sensation ii n m-flin if hevenne'IwfcHtoiVW (I1 tLAiM r. r.n nitivoeA &v, ju, kucia u ib,-i fimih tun v.....-i.ilbem out should a mob attempt to f itlj violence on October 1J.W would be tiro'ected. The proprietor ot the steam c t.-- de to-dy- '3 v.sited last tutshby aohof masked, white men. who to" surrender. After some talk the mob ugreed to pive the Uhinamf n fwentyijour hours to leaTc. They gafd thTy would riddle Chlnaweafonnd there ar with bullets-al- l thti exiiirnt.on nf thnt time; iA sneciali train lias just started for Newcastle, to ! bring" the Chinese tfow'n3 Ji? coiupelle-lltheguar- public opinion, havq discluirged all Chinese help. Prattle, "VV. T., September 27. The Ch'nese camp at the New Castle SHues paper, September 23. An intensify bitter feeling against Turkey arising frcm her opposition to the Bulgarian-Easter- n Roumelian uniop exists, nnd the old war spirit which so characterized, tho people at the outbreak of hostilities between Russia and Turkey is again dominant The Czar is said to be determined to uphold the union between Bulgaria nnd Eastern Roumelia at all hazards. It is stated that he has telegraphed urgent orders to the Minister of War directing him to preparffnt once plans for a campaign and havo everything in readiness for any emergency that may arise from the present imbroglio. In an interview with a correspondent a certain prominent Russian General assert- ed"that .there could not be the slightest doubts, to the action Russia would takee in bultan'9 forces shonld attack ifiSucbJwtion." he said, "would. CWWW . W UUVJUlUltlUU UL natic la.nts resolve to ulgaria." , September 25. It Is tPOPOLts, , stated-thatPrince Alexander has tele graphed ttrajCzar that he will abdicate in favor of any successor the Czar may select if he will allow the Russian officers to remain in the Brdgarffwi army, and guarantee thnt Russia'vill preserve the unity of Bulgaria and Roumelia. sErinte Alexander has returned from an inspection of the troops on the"" frontier. Ho was received everywhere with enthusiasm. Numerous hospitals and ambulances are being fitted up voluntarily at the public expeuse. Petitions are being signed in all the towns asking tho Czar's protection. rETEP.s"EUP.G, semi-ofiicially to-da- St y has created the' utmost excitement, botk here and at "Wooster, where she formerly lived and where her parents still reside The County Commissioners have offered reward of 1,000 for the arrest and conviction of the murderer. Tho rolice have been stimulated to the createst activity. They have now two men under arrest, W'W whom othev allow ,no coraraunfeati tQJMMjfrld, thoufjpthey claim tho cbaSe'axainst them is drunkebtiess '.hwMfound.a bit of shoestring ondaia - Slxtren-Year-OHoy Under Arret, Who Say That a Companion of Same Age Shot tho Girl. Mansfield, O., September nnd brutal murder of Miss Clara as found yesterday Huff, whoso body near here with a bullet wouud in the headfj 24.--T- case.-tU- amct w and6BHKndjfbvuo '. DUUtSBpajKfeiMKaBMBaaBaBBBjB - cu fn -- "ju urp JL SENATOgHOAR. country is moving along safely Mid The Democratic AdminSenator Who I(JamlHar with the prosperously. instituted reforms, stopped istration has lluslness JtMlloe State. K tho Throoa of a Civil Dark nnd heavy styles have been dffered er evidence that stealing, cut oil" extravagant expendiWe have some tures and instituted business methods. in relativelj- - small quantities, and have Senator Hoar is War. Tartuffe. It Then, under the heading of "What sold at full prices all around, though there in (?e speech which ho has been done" during the six months' nre no quotable advances in prices. After is contained itlOn .tflf rnmnnhnrv Vai1nnltnn the repeated and extensive rains which made last Saturday ir tho meeting of existence of the Admistration, ho -- -. "- K .jf as follows: Wed WT a Savairn Drmnnilinllnn. have visited most, if not all, sectia&s of tho Essex Club. Woan not congratuIt has resisted all pressure for the appointtho State recently, there is the disposition late that organiasttioa on making a good ment to respons.ble positions of men believei usually exhibited after such visitations stait for the sfcasok. Hypocrisy will to represent great laud or railroad corporations. REaw September 2S.- -. succeeding a long term of dry summer, centlemnn thousands It has saved never thrive, aud.-w- e can describe Mr. dollars to the manv hundreds Inofthe matter of ItizBBR' commltten. of plnfmeil weather, to raisa crop estimates. Government Several Hoar's speech ramoAptlier w.iy than as contracts for tho coming year. a were atleast four thousand cases sections of the,Stato are. now claiming, a hyiJOcrifcaL ApoJiwMl club doe? not do It hns saved more than J1U0.000 in the conox'In tho city. In conseqBce iuiu ii lao acreage uianivu, uiuvi,3 itself ctedit by'apilaudinsr such ri- - tract for Indian suppl cs for tho present year, us compared with the last year a expendireporfiBgjttfoll yield fortbalate plarit- ptbout 1 . .. twm tmarfcias'its prmciptl orator made at tures. .i i2PtIb: ig, and others, agaiotagforo to tnefl It Saturday's, mjmng. Mr. Hoar con- nnd ha3 adopted tho po'Icy or strict adherence construction as regards Indian treaties, urr estimates oj outcome BMpuirapc demned President Clevelaud for and propose to hold tho Indians to their conleJPhifeiftd, la oflico Mt Pillsburv. who is. tracts. dence, thai the proVJ in It has to tho oenator, "known only terlopers banished or bcun to banish all Infrom the Indian reservations, and in rcoa$lderably im" JSrding nitwl iiAtl pr-- na tlio sernceB.' tho execution of this policy will make no disaccos uMiF) bstween tho varrant rby a Democratic tinction herders of hundreds frontier brawler ited ttsur and tho of thousands of fi epi-tomi- N to-dn- . . I' - "fanci , -- corn-produci- - . - the-whea- tr , 1,V7,-f00,0- 00 ijl " SCl-Vin- o al to-da- Poor-hous- e. -- ' a stnnshed the Contrni tu: their attention to the Central Police St nau nu th0 windows in thai inline broken. .nm fired at the nnllrc Tnic,.B. fn !..., the lice tired over their lien.ia i.. i, recoied with jeers and lnut;hter. Thincs nowjooKeci so ina thnt tho police were arm with rifles with fixed bayonets, but hnpriy It was not deemed necessary t-- uso them The constnbles now rbnrced the mobJlubbing them right nnd left, and succjding in dispersing them, but not befol they had wrecked the treoter portin of tho Court-hous- e windows, whid are opposite the Citv Hall. Tho fnraily resides, for burial. Later. mobhroke up into different bodies nnd s a procHed to wreck tho windows of tho put into mystery The fair way of being cleared up by the nrrest 7cidi office, nnd tho windows of tho inaus and of two "boys named James Olllccr. Chairman of tho John Cromer, neither of them over sixteen nnd public vnccinntors. years of age. A thorough investigation A nmber of arrests were made. The citv suspicious Is in I state of great and tho was instituted excitement. It i3 actions of the boys led to their arrest. thoufit that the riots will be continued They vigorously protested their innocence, night. Tho polire Mill patrol but 'finally confessed that the murderer aroujl the public buildings all night, while was a companion of about the samo ape. tho oilitnry will be They stated that ho made a criminal assault rendies to quickly put a stop to a held in repetion "Miss Huff, but she resisted him so tion such scenes. strongly that he was compelled to shoot her to cet nwav. Tho boys say they were How Cholera Spread. fully half a mile from the scene, but heard and tho girl's screams sevthe pistol-shot- s WiSHi.VGTON, September 29. A report eral times. The name of the young mnn is latelj received from tho United States who haven number withheld bv the lroPce, Consu ot Marseilles states thnt in nlmost of clues which will likely lead to his arrest. The excitement over the brutal mur- everjease the first outbreak of cholera in der has not yet subsided. the ssaller cities can !o traced to some acts t imprudence on the part of those at tarkei. Most often tho iafoction has been Letters From a Corpse. or Washington, September 21. The Pen- convered in clotlunclendspoiiio textile mate persons to ear or rial. Their cupiditv sion Office records show a remarkable case sell tie garments nf those who have did 1601 a Lleutenaut from of cholera, and thev or of life in death. In those who buy nn Ohio village was killed in one of the of than suffer in consequence. It is there battles in Virginia and his body was sent lore II grent importance that all rags home, buried and a handsome monument comitg to the United States from Franco or Spin should 1k erected over it. He left a widow. For before being Innded thoroughly disinfected in our porte. It hns more than twenty years she has been trybeenmnde evident bv the course of tho epi ing to get a pension, but, although she demic this summer thnt defective drninaco keeps fresh flowers upon her husband's is th( main cause of the spread of cholera grave, she cannot prove that he is dead. and typhoid fever, nnd further, that n dimisuti"n of in the The records iu th-- Adjutant Geueml's office air Ij followedthe quantitv of ozone in tho bv a great increase are perfect, and aflldavits can be furnished numwr of denths from cholera, from thousands of people who saw and recognized his lifeless body, but every few A Meteor Story, mouths she receives a letter from the PrriPBrnGH.September 29. It is now asdead man, written in a handas familiar as certained thnt the supposed earthquake her own. Two letters never camo from experienced on Saturday was tho shock the same place. Now they are postmarked produced by tho falling of nn immense In Colorado, then in Texas, then in New York. Once sho cot a uote from hiin at meteor near MMdletown, on the line of the Washington. He appears to know what is Pittsbarsrnnd Lko Erio Railroad. Tho coin? on at home, and alwavs alludes to fall wns witnessed bv several persons, nnd locnl occurrcno.'vith.n..faiuilarity!riJ-ttnel- r slwrJaSorrotorated"lJ nil. assistant, amnzinjr. He sends messengers to old of Prof. Longley, at the Allegheny Observ friends aud gives her advice about business atory. Washington, Pa.. September 2S. Tho matters which it seems impossible for a stranger to know. She can not answer, aerolito which caused so much consternabecause he never gives nnv clue to his tion last Saturday was discovered whereabouts, and no detective has buried deep In tho ground on the farm of over been able to find him. Her Samnel Conner, near Cauonsburg. It is friends believe that the writer of the very large. fs some crank or malicious person letter who takes this way to annoy her. Several Ready for War. times the writer has intimated that he PiilUProroLlS, September 2S. Princo might soon pny her a visit, but the next letter always contains nn apology for not Alexander hns ordered the civil nnd milihaving done so. The woman has suffered tary authorities on tho frontiers of Bulagony of mind beyond description, and garia and Macedonia to tnaintnin order iu her life hns been ruined by this horribls their respective districts. The populace on ms'stery, but of late she has become more both sides of the Balkans nre verv enthuresigned, and would neither bo surprised siastic over tho union between Uuljrarin and or disappointed if her husband should some Rounielin.nnd numbers of men have offered day walk into her house. to enter the volunteer service in support of the union. The Indies are forming a Red Cross Society and making other preparaTemperance Work. tions for the "care of sick nnd wounded sol24. The CenPhiladelphia, September diers in the event of hostilities being comtennial Temperance Conference menced. this morning in St. George's Hall,Miss A Point for Newspapers. Francis E. Willard in the chair. Several closure she might make. It is certain a fearful struggle took place, for the marks of it are evident forfortv vnrds from where the body was found. Another thing that' confirms this theory is that the girl had not been outraged, nor had robbery been committed, as would hove been the case had tramps been the perpetrators. Miss Huff was a very moJest, as well as a very handsome girl. She was universally respected and was regarded by the Dougnls. with whom she lived, more in the light of one of tho family than as n servant, though paid regular wages. She was particularly circumspect in her behnvlor, and had no companv. The body wns this morning taken to Wooster, where her thf or their warlike nheer. WftTTl?' Attthn nmo ttmt. Hm!,. ).., it has restored, nnd lft restoring millions of. tv,Z Tiers t of, nubile lands that are now covered by ' Plfatfdulent entries orUmtortd-olaiias-. - .- T- T a & UU;C.o -- .. T T f medium iuirs s consideration ot noncst men. It bas proclaimed the public lands the heri 8 iVft 7 75 S ,V& 6 00 Good lugs B 75ft 7 50 725 7 75 7& did contention in Maine has been tage of tho peoplc.and oriered tho removal of Common leaf 7 SKI 9 00 9 25fcll 7a euflicletly discussed, and a good many the fences that enclose millions of acres of thi Medium leaf Government domain In tho interest of vast 13 5O&VI-59 25ftl0 50 Good leaf ratiopal and sincore men believe that monopolies, cutting the settlers oil from tho 13 OOttn 00 17 Fancy .leaf Mr. I'illsbury's conduct was right. courses, ponds nnd best cattle pasturage. Hero is only a partial record. It Is Hut we do not propose to be led Mlaerllnneon ftemvJV into a discussion of this ma'ter. It only tho beginning of the service which judge Fleming, of Louisvllle,viii re sign as Justico on theSupreme Uench of is settled, and besides. Senator Hoar a Democratic Adm'nistration hopes to knows that in attempting to make Mr. give to the people during its existence ew Mexico. ini .. ritv is. Sir. m lls .Va PiUsljHrSjd.vf.1 ami L erttfl ' ;dS 43 tv;jp. ' 60&-SO- th to-da- y, has been nipped by frost In several parts of Kentucky. Dn. E. A. "N'atso.v, a prominent physician of Christian County, is dead. Suhqeo-- Jon.v Giiodfrey, of 2few Orleans, has been ordered to take charge of the U. S. Marine Hospftal at Louisville. Steamboat owners havo come to terms andtho river mail from Evausville, Ind., to Paducah, and from the latter point to Cairo, 111., will bo restored. TopaCCO v "ear Madisonville, Prate "Williams, lately engaged In the saloon business, was shot and killed by Booth Dunning, a youth of eighteen. Williams was drunk and the Bow-lin- 1 aggressor. The residence of Joseph Potter, nenr Green, with all its contents was destroyed by fire. No insurance. Geohge Ball's trinl at Stanford, for killing his father, resulted in acquittal, on the ground of All gamblers under indictment at Louisville have been dismissed. It wns discovered that a mmber of the grand jury which returned the indictments was not a householder, as tho law requires. 'Mrs. Mary Bell Tucker, who was trlea an'd acquitted recently on a charge of muidering her husband, John Tucker, near Mount Olivet, last February, attempted to kill herself at her home in Robertson County, a few days no, by shooting herself twice in the left side in the region of the heart. Physians attending her say tha wounds nre almost necejsnrily fatal. "" At Newjiort, the other day, Mrs. William Silet went to the cellar for a bucket of coal, leaving a daughter alone in the kitchen. During the mother's absence the little ontot'Ied to the stove, where its clothes became ignited. The nttention of Mrs. Siletand a neighbor was attracted by the screams of the child and arriving on the sceno they found the infant lying on theaflporfttWitheysryMgtitchMOfn. clothjngs self-defens- e. three-year-o- ld LHIWJtrU ht Tlio eyes of the child w era burned out and blood oozing from the mouth and nose. It wns placed on tho bed, when its sufferings ended with death in a few minutes. Mrs. A. M. Wheat, widow of Judge Z. Wheat, who was for a time Chief Justice s of Kentucky, died at Shelbyville, a ago. x The trial of tho Yelvington caso in Daviess County resulted in nn acquittal of all tho parties charged. Clipper, Mr. Hoge, of the Blue-Gras- s wns throw n from a buggy in Midway recently, and hail his leg broken. A noRSE in McCracken County, becomfew-dayKu-KIu- irUUl IUU UVUJ VAUCJJb IUCOUUV9. Fillsburv's appointment to an internal revenue collector hip the test of President Cleveland's Administration, he was guilty of a gross outrage on tho intelligence of tho State. Senator Hoar can not look upon Saturday's speech without a wink of his evo and a smilo of cunning on his lips. Ho must havo had iu mind the infamous Electoral Commission of 1877, of which ho was a member, when he uttered the words: "We are not willing to submit to a rule brought about by the methods by which Pilhbury attempted to steal the State of Maine four j'ears ago." Mr. Hoar is familiar with the business of stealing States. He has indulged in it, and he knows that the people of this country havo submitted to a theft of much grcatct importance than that of which ho charges Mr. Pillsbiiry. And while Mr. Pillsbury was innocent of crime, Mr. Hoar is a successful criminal. It ill becomes n man with the Senator's past record to reprobate, in canting phrase, the profiting by "fraud upon the elections." A majority of h"s believe that George F. Hoar has connived in the greatest election fraud that was ever committed against a free people. Ho know, when ho spoke his hypocritical speech, that the verdict of his country was against him and his accomplices. He Knew that ho had defrauded the voters of the United States, eight years ago, of the President of their choice, and it doubtless occurred to him that he would sin again if the crime would again result iu giving the Presidency to th Republican partv. Mr. Hoar is a bad man. as bad a man as he accuses Mr. Pills- bury of being. II? ought to be covered with shame and confusion whenever he thinks of the blackest spot upon his public career. His opra bonne antics. iu. which heprctcnus norror at an 01- lfensr;,mra"hu really loves, aro.shock ing. He is Senator of Massach ustts. and the Comnidn wealth an. humiliated whenever ho alludes, even incidentally, to h.s evil course. Boston Statesman. fellow-countrymen Excfutnge. 31 THE UNION HATER. The in Who Is 'ot Wanted to liaise Fine of Sectionalism. the Judging from recent expressions, it is quite evident that tho " bloody shirt" issue was placed in the Ohio Republican i platform at tho instance of Senator The Senator is a John Sherman. candidato for and his interests aro regarded as paramount in the Oh.o issue. Just after the holdlbg of the convention General Grant gavo utterance to those noble sentiments in his interview with General Buckner which have made such a deep impression upon tho country, and have made Genc.nl Grant's nam-- to be revered and honored at the South as well as at tho North. One of the chief glories that cluterc.l about the obsequies of the lamented hero was the fact that two of tho most distinguished Generals who represented the vanquished were among the bearers at his funeral. Johnson and Buckner did not play an isolated part. They were not exceptional characters. The were the representatives of State? numbering soveral millions of people. They were not only conquered by Grant's sword, for the greatest conquest was mado by Grant' s"magnanimi-ty- . And that is what made thj victory complete. Tho circumstance at once directed nttention to tho Ohio Republican platform, and all patriotic people looked upon the raising of the sectional issue as most unfortunate. But not so SenHe wants the ator John Sherman. strife between the orth and the South to continue and rankle until it brings forth more bitter fruit An I that very fact demoistrates of itself that John Sherman is not a lit man to represent a Stat ; in tho Senate of th j Nat on. Men ,"arp notjWantoX'there whorarc constat! ly disposed to nvsc the Hag of sectionalism. Sherman approves of the Ohio platform, and takes every opportunity in h's speeches to keep alive that bitter sectional feeling which can only bo looked upon as tho last resort of a j L - JS? camp-meetin- 300-mi- le Sunday-- st o. w $"$ ' short papers were read by delegates present. Remarks were made by J. N. Stearns, Corresponding Secretary; Hon. S. D. Hastings, of Wisconsin; Mrs. C. B. Buell, Rev. R. Alden Temple. The report of the order of Sons of Temperance showed that 2,250,000 persons had been initiated into membership, nnd that the order had raised SSOO.OOO for temperance purposes. Tho report of the Catholic Total Abstinence Unicn being called for. in the absence of Mr. John H. Campbell. Father Cleorv wag invited to address' tho conferencs. Mr. J, Ellen Foster, of Iowa, addressed the conference on tho question of constitutional prohibition. Rev. Dr. Lowry, w ho represented the Cincinnati Confereuca of the M. E. Church, made a few remarks, nnd said his conference was a temperance and mo-hibitl- Chapman, of the Superior Court District, in tho libel suit of Jonas decided against the Frre Prens, thnt newsRowe to-da- y, Detroit, Mien.. ScptemWr 2S. JihIro papers aro not privileged to publish reports of declaration or complaints filed in court on the commencement of suits. Ho holds that such documents nre not part of In the present case the court proceedings. compelled to justify the.fVc j'rw Is now charges mndo in n bill fo'r itself by proving ngo by Mrs. divorce filed somo months Rone, in which she charged her husband with adultery. Delivery of Letters. Philadelphia, September 2S. The Minpassisterial Union of Philadelphia ed resolutions protesting against tho action nf tJie Postmnster General in ordering let- ters to lie delivered on Snt'dny, under tho immediate delivery system, as an Infraction of the Sabliath not contemplated in 'the pet under which the system is being (organized, and appointing a committee to 'call on the President and Postmaster Gen eral in relntion to tho matter. Hitch in Immediate to-da- y one. 4 Blown Down. Circus Tent j9 men-we- to-da- y x son-in-la- w, saaM-poxma- -- The-atanae- r s, twentj-.Jas.he- a ten-ce- nt -- r' MAnTiNsnunG, W. Va., September 24?? During thee 'ening exhibition of Kobhin? Circus here last n' fht n heavy rain sorm came c , which soaked tho circus tentln a short time tho rain ceased, but n heavy, gale began to blow about 9 o'clock. Va " Cashier Adams Stole $228,000. strong gust snapped the ropes and center Boston, September 28. It is stated that pole, nnd the tent fell with a crash upoa the heads of the audience. A scene of th the'iBank Examiner who has been inves'ti-gatfaKtwildest confusion followed. Lamps were affairs of the Framingham Sav- overthrown and extinguished. Two or three Bank, whose cashier, Coleman Adams, thousand people and a number of animal nitted suicide last Aupust. has dis- were beneath tho canvas. The air, we nuea witn tne trumpettns ot tne eiepunn ILUV red lhat Adams was a defaulter to mount of 522i?.c;00. Tho Bank Exam-ha- s the shrieks of women nnd children and t applied for an injunction restrain- cries of men. and it wns not until nn hour thebank from doins further lusiness had passed that the panic ceased, and all its affairs can be straightened out. per had been rescued. About twentv-fiv- e m m sons were wounded.tnany of them seriously, SaSS" Fiftie'h Day of Her Fa' out no lives were lost. STracuse, N. Y., September 28. ToFreak of the Latest Crank. morrow will be tho fiftieth day of Mrs. Washington, September 24. The Presi- VeWnicn Bulla's fast. She began fasting dent has been directed to resign on October Aafwt 10, and nothing but water has since 30 by Henry M. Kerp, President-elec- t, Phil. passed her lips. She has lost twenty poBds in weight, and is now too weak to M. D., Professor of Military and Civil from bed, though until n few days ngo Jurisprudence, National Military Home, hecould walk about the house. Mrs. Hampton, Vt. Mr. Kerp has also issued's BWa began to fast on account of inability general order to the"acting"Cabinet officer! food owing to some stomach hc t ra Yes-teid- ay requesting their resignations, and thankiag them for their services. Mr. Bayardi! complimented by special notice for'his diplomatic abilities, and advised not to mind the newspaper criticisms of his past actions. This crank, who is evidently an inmate of the Soldiers' Home at Hampton, will be hunted up and removed to the Government Insane Asylum. m otain ht '.JjA feature of the tobacco trade in North Carolina is the shipment of largo quantities of the weed direct to Europe, formerly the dealers in Richmond and Petersburg bought up tho crop and shipped it. The development of tho Knoxville Has a Great Trades Display. tobacco trade North Carolina since Knoxville, Tenn., September 24. Thi I860 has been inremarkable. It gives largest crowd of people ever assembled Ic employment to over fifty thousand Knoxville witnessed the trades display today. The procession was two miles ic farmers and employes. There are not length. Over one hundred floats, repres- less than ten thousand employes in the enting themanufacturing, mining and mer- warehouses and factories. A'cto Orleans cantile interests, were in line. Innes. --A- j Mrs, two-year-o- la & n old lady, with a market basket . m her hand, jumped on a Seventh avenue car at New York, and chatting with ono of tho passengers told bira sho was one hundred and nine years old, sition building, which was destroyed by fin and did all her own marketing. When thpaa raara orrA TIia efwinlnPA will IvAfinlll she reached her destination sho tripped entirely of iron and glass, and will cos from the car as spryly as though sho 5200,000. nvj- - wr-- y s . had been a woman of forty instead of a centenarian and nine better. N. Y. Father and Children Burned to Death. Tribune. Cedar Rafids, Iowa, September 24. Joseph Fisher, a farmer living near Whiskers are no longer parted at in this county, was burned to death the chiu. Tho fashionable thing in thfe with his three children in his residencela1 night, His wife escaped by jurauiug out respect is to copy the French artist style, closely trimmed and brought to of the window. sharp point N. v Post. . New Exposition Buildings. PmSBUROH, Pa., September 25. Arrangements have been completed for th erection of a permanent Exposition building in this city, on the siteof the old Expo- - rsrl Wan-bec- k, t Mr. Shcrnyin has ha I his eye on the Presidency for vea-- s. In 1830 he had the delegation from his own State, but Garfield caTicd off the prue. In 1834 the wires were cunningly laid forBla'ne in spite of h'ni. It is said lhat Blaine's defeat caused few tears to trickle down h's cheeks--. Now he is on the for the cont'nuancc of his political life. If he succeeds hhnself to the Senate, ho ing alarmed at a passing train, trembled will loom up a probable candid jte in dropped dead in his for a moment and IbSS. If ho fails now his political sun tracks. It is an undoubted case of death And yet the Republican leaders claim will go down probably to rise no more. from fright. that thero aro more Republicans in It does not look a fiough tho dying A number of young men are engaged in Mississippi than Democrats. Tnere aro embers of sectionalism could ever be organizing a YouugJMen's Christian Asso- 050,000 colored people and 470,000 fanne I again into J".fe by any set of v whites a majority of 171,000 blacks ciation in Paducah. Let the leaders of the demagogues. and it is asserted that all the b!acks are crusade oe frowno I down by all patriThe indications seem to be that the acreIf this be true. then, otic peopb, an I let our country be in age of next year's whoat crop will be be- Republicans. either the blacks do nor caro about reality what it is in name, the United low tho average in the State. or tho State presents the puzt Sulphur Well, in Hardin County, has vot'ngand insoluble problem of a large States! Albiny Argus. zling a curiosity.In tho wny of a baby nino majority which can not, or will not, as"REFORM. IDEAL months old, which weighs only four sert its rights. . Meaning ot Honest pounds. If, in Missississippi and South Caro- The Real , lteform. A little son of Mr. Hayden,of Lebanon, lina, where tho negroes aro in a Mr. Everett P. Wheeler, of New ten or eleven years old, climbed a hickory majority, other 4 and in several tree to shako down nuts for some other Southern States where tho negroes York, Chairman of the Executive Com 3A Association, districts, mittee of the in children. Losing his hold he fell to the largely preponderate ground, crushing one side of his body in a the white minority rules through su- has written a letter in reply to the ong i terrible manner. He lived only a few hours perior address and intelligence what of Mr. Lyndj Harrison, Chairman of M after tho accident. is tho remedv? Senator Sherman, of tho Republican Stato Committee of Frank CArrro, of this county, has been Ohio, says the Repualicans must be re- Connecticut missing since September 7. Ho left home called to power at Washington to proHe believei "the removal of or ftii-ur- e that day riding a fine horse, and having tect the colored majorities in the exerto reappo'ut competent Repub'ican cise of their ri"!its wit: the Federal $HS0 in his possession. Ho had been marinpower. But iflhe Republicans cojld officers" by the Prudent has not ried about one month, was five feet six reform, jured the cause of inches tall, wore a dark mustache, and not or did not do this when they were because one of Mr. Cleveland's duties years old. in power, of what use would it be to was to "redress tho wronj that had bald. He was about thirty-fiv- e rocall them? Does Senator Sherman Frankfort Yeoman. the people of this. i. people of tho Northern been done to Henderson Countv corn and tobacco cxnect that thn to tho duty of country by tlier uniform excmsiou crops nre'reportedHlakexcoptionally fine States will, in addition oflico under the Federal maintaining their own rights, volun- from bold ng condition. Government" Mr. Wheeler, in thfe petnal task of The farmers of BourboajLC6nty are tarily nssunio the pef tho negro majori- statement, shows himself to be a man the rights of hannv. The outlook for tohneeo vnsnarpr of large onimon sense, as well as an better, and tho prospect for fairTrices is ties in the South who will not protect honest reformer, the last. M4 Republicans were iu themselves? The so01- nnf. nrnrwi for b""power in every Southern State, at one unfortunately the the also. rnticv ItTit William Ball, a prominent distillefSy timev and bad a Republican. Adminis- alwavs beinz lirt reThere aro a class of was snub auu &meu uy bis son, George, tration at Washington behind them ST near Stanford. formers who coniend that in reforming and yet they lost their hold and fell to The bollor in Fabel soap factoryat Louis- the ground. Would they do any bet- the civil service no attention should be , ville exploded, and EdwardEjMfit, the ter on a second or third trial? Besides, paid to tho fact that for twenty-fou- r engineer, was instantly killed' hijjpod v benegro rule in tho Sauth was an era of years all the olliccs. with trilling excep- "' v creefcfifTy feet distant. ing thrown into a ncrnctual disorder, strife and o'licial tions, have been held by Republicans, deThe damage't'th'e'buiiding is $15,000. The corruption and would it be reasonable a fact which more than any other re- boiler of tho same factory exploded two to ask the people of the North to exert termined the necessity of genu'no ( , years ago and killed two men. The cause their great power to restore such a form. For the last generat on the people have been excluded from of- - ' of things? St. Louis Ilcpub-licaof the explosion is unknown. state lice for no reason other than they were MrSji JonN Adams had a rib broken and mm Democrats. Because they were Demowas otherwise seriously injured by jumpcrats they have beun branded all these ' DECIDED IMPROVEMENTS. ing from a moving train at Lexington. years as unworthy to hild olHcc3 of . A dastardly attempt to wreckla train on The Good Work Done In All Departments trust and honor under their own Govof tho Goernnient. the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, near ernment It is perfectly evident to all observers in time to preLexington, was discovered Thero could not have been a more vent serious results. Two angle bars had that in every department of government deadly assault upon a fair and honest t g been placed on tho track. Two at Washing-01- - a decided improvement civil service than this, and yet there . customers were arrested near tho jn the'raodes of doing business is noted arc a lot of fantastical reformers who '- place on suspicion. would have had President Cleveland ac- - & since tho new Administration came into cept the civil service precisely as he e Betts, engineer at the Samuel Those who have transactions found it, aud so carry it on that, thereof tho Cincinnati Southern Railroad, power. the uovernment feel that tho va- after as theretofore.'Demoerats should at Lexington, dropped a pistol .out of his with departments are run on a business bo barred out There could have been pocket while stooping over recently and rious Tostmaster-GenerVilas' ab- no exception save in case of death, tho the pistol was discharged, and sent a basis. mastery of every detail of his same theory which forbade the removal ball through his left lung, solute office and his successful efforts to cope of Republicans compelling their reap- - 4 wounding him mortally. with those wuo nave Heretofore had pointmont if competent The President Buchanan & Lidie, carriage manufacthings their own way in the department, did not feel disposed to allow all hi3 turers, Gallatin, Tenn. contemplate starthas won for him unstinted praise even party friends to wait for dead meh'i ing a branch factory at Scottsville. from his adversaries. shoes, but proceeded to redress theV" Congressman Hill, of Ohio, in the wrong done them, but in so moderate The other evening about dusk eight men attempted to cross the Kentucky River at course of a campaign speech at Defi- a manner as to surprise h s opponents Frankfort, which is greatly swollen. Their ance, last week, mado some apt al- and annoy some of nis friends. canoe upset at Lock 5, and only three were lusions to the prosperity of the country After the civil service is reformed it saved. The names of tho men are: Dan under a Democratic Administration. will be no difficult matter to keep it so, , Robinson, Frank Turner, James Straus, He alluded to the wild charges of the but taero could be iio reform in i$ so , Samuel Bell, and Levi Baker. Robinson's Republican orators last year, that all long as Democrats were practically exbody was not found. Verdict of accidental sorts of clmities would come upon the cluded from office. Washington PosL. country in & event of the election of a death. Democratic is-den- t Nothing of the "It is unseasonable and unwkw- -' Mr. A. C. Rouse, of Morning View, has eome to pass. On the other some in all months ina& have mot a of kind has threo ears of corn, th combined length basfeess i steadily improving. in their nam w, to eat an oyster." Tk a which is 41 2 inches. His corn and to- band, f No rebel debts have been paid, no ne- wrote BuJlcr, in Mi "Dyet's Dry IK bacco crops are good. sestback into slavery, but the as long ago as J5W. war-pat- h clec-tion.- ". a-- i Clvll-Servl- THEY WON'T TRY. Mississippi Ilepubllons RcsoHlnj; Not to Klect a Ticket. The Mississippi Republican Committee have held a meeting and formally resolved that, as they can't elect a ticket in that State, they won't try. "Organised opposition to the Denio-crau- c party in this State is useless." they say, "because of the impossib'lity of securinjr at tho polls an honest thoro igh-goin- g demagogue Civil-Sarvi- ce I i i ! Civil-Servi- t Tl one-ha- lf pro-teetin- sr Civil-Servic- 3k. e - C.vil-Servi- one-ha- lf n. V; 1 rough-lookin- pump-hous- al -- groes ner,'' nw 'th Mt ' c?; . v' -- .1 .1 V--,' 1 w si '" ' iA?? mtV- - 'xs&S1iSavgi iw mm Z2 "AW 'w 5s . -- r 'ii S- - rSr-- JS - . ,. f' i . , 0 -- surges of darinosa belt agiinst its bow, FARM AND FIRESIDE. THE MATUTINAL FLY. callin- he: lficr yo 1, If on would not lo -C- onimcnunjr upon tho fact that I but itsailsd on, and it comes in sight toRADWAY'S oI ber. one insane ashamed did wrong, and bavlmr wrong onco, night It comes for you and comes for Belusr the Thrllltnc; Story, In Twelvo Pjc. Persian insect powder is not poison- there is and fifty person to every five Oil, how lovely! My name is y. L. hundred Americans, and I could not Soul! soul! uro, of Mfiy Citizen What Return of tho Eminent Preacher that costs; stop." Oh it Is the firs' steP me. for heaven. get Inlo it; make one ent Tormentor I'mniiullanil Ilii leri,J Elizabeth, you know. or' jmtwill you call ous, anil is only destructive to insects the ratio has greatly increased in that In the the Isabella Itcpoio at tin her. LUzlc, or Bessie, tho second.' ls easier, and the leap Bess? by suffocating them, as its lino particles thirt years, Dr. W. B. Fletcher From His Vacation. third, and so on to the last. Oace having went ashore off Hastings, England. Tho IPnck. 3jr. S. 1 didn't think of any of th6a enter tho oriticcs through which thoy last an apparent came is the popusays that broken looso from the was filJol with soiml3 tho roaring names 1 think 1 would rather call her tho breathe.2'roy Times. anchor it li aot s0 air change iof opinion regarding the easy to tie the parted strands.' How ofton S3a trumiot, tho crash of tho ax3, and Life Mrs- Elislia Smith. Tho Cheapest and Best Medicine for Family Use When a timothy sod has borne ono lar 1. Discourse on "Castaways" Full of It is that men ttcatnu-n- t of.insanitj-- . Fifty that tho bellowing of tho tornado. A boat perish for tbe raaso1 crop of hay that is enough for ono to bo sent to an insane asylum years ago. Intrimfinef IV TIIK "WOItl.O. or tho Sinrrra(ltortlIcTC Nautical Illustrations i.w(siynM"u'c5 SHE TOOK THE HINT. tho temptation comes from Mtn' unex- from the show cani3 unlor th stern of ostracized year. Tho h is worth more one as completely as ?, ati.n No mailer ner's ConrsoOn tho Ocean a term in tho peni- 1MIX w"h ere- li. r pected quarter. As voss wero Thero " 'lie Margato tho disabled vessel. AVI111 Acted l'roniptly to lio on tho ground as protection for tentiary. J hat is radirl'wnmsn Is lie In of rife. all changed, and a lledriiM n. wInfirm, Iiwipfl-t ir u(T.r,nl AtUSf'fT.ST Roads safo from aboard childron and r. ItADH.Vi'S "lut.-- f Upon a K'lthi'r Misty Suggestion. li the roots than it can be as pasture.--5a- ;i southwest winds, but women brief residence in an asylum is no more nnwirnfl JtULIEF miliar .j J inumeae. o sn'lors the wind changing to the northeasi they that vessel.lti:.VlV of Somo t homo stations the private soldiers' Francisco Chronicle. detrimental to social standing than a 3Sfi?i3Efi (fSSSSS SCOmT are driven helpless fend and sa'd: Into that Fruit Cookies: Two cupsot sugar, visit 10 """ opnngs or Florida. JV Brooklts, N. 3T., Septambar 20. Dr. God wouW havo mercy go down. 0 Jupon ju.nped glvous tho small boat A 'other washlii? is usually done by tho married "Jfow, tho children." those Euupon Talmage, who has 'joat returned from soldiers' wives, who are expoctod to sew on one cup of butter, two cups of chopped whom thoro comes she It win in a fevr moment, when taVmsccordlnRto Sun. sudden swoop of who stood on tho deck took his first born illrtctl"0 cutrt'ni'u - bparia,Suorstomeh.llHrt-hurn- . rope, dellverocTto;day a sermon on temptation, nibsfaS buttons and do repairs for which a raisins, two eggs' two tablespoonfuls of Mi K Hcsulaclif, Samiifr CumpHlni. DtarrlKra. In that they perish not, becom- nnd throw him to tho boat Tho sailors Tabernacle, to a "Castaways," at tho sour milk, two tablespoonfuls of cinnaI ntery, IajIic. lad m tke BuwcU mm! all Internal ing, for this small sum js deducted from tho private's A now telegraph polo has been inand tho and mon, one tablespoonful of nutmeg, vented, which, crowded audience. Ho gavo out tho cast away, world and tho world to come caught hjm. safely, Still the noxt rocking, if adopted, will make TRA'JEI EQ2 Rli"Ull 1wst carrr a l)MMo of tho sea pay. casi away. next, to'thoMast' cIqvcs and soda. Jiako same as other familiar hymn, beginning: By talking with sailora, pat McGinnls had a good deal of trouble "Now," said the found tho wind howling. more business for the iron men and loss I.I KP wlih then). A ffw Urup' In wa.ey will preve! I have better Out on tho ocean all boundless we ride, elckuM or pain from change of water. It out, also, that some Sunday after Sunday cookies. The Household. nnl she for the lumbermen. It is wjth Ids laundress. come to this sailors, "now the mother." There is a general belief that late of tubular malleable iron, constructed than French llrazuljr or 151t:er a a ttlmuUnt. After which ho read and expounded tho calamity through vessels recklessness. leaped, and was savod. Tho boat went galvanized, Walarla in Its Various Forms. had his shirt come back with the neck btit- - cultivation is injurious shor to the potato, two and a half inches at the top, weighs tenth chapter of Acts. Hi text was : There are O.O0O.OJ0 men "who follow tho nshore; but baforo It got to the shoro tho There U not n rrueu!al acent In the worM that win anil Aku onI a.U ther M'rloa. Bllwn causing it to set a largo number oi fifty pounds, and will IiCSt that by any means, when I havo sea for a living. It Is n. s'mple fact that landsmen were so impatient to help tho ' le l,y lUJwav' I'UU MJOBteK as greater care Fever VII. 'preached to other. I myself should be a the average ot small tubers with few marketable speci- strain than the ordinary stand aThe bot and other fever lieuct. .race iu cenu. som uj Kadway's li.oJy human life on the sea is suffering people that they waded clear pole. castaway. L Corinthians, ix., 27. liruRXuts. mens. This effect is the result of deep tom sets in a clam plate, six inches less than twelvo years. This couies from down luto tho surf with blankets aud The following is n coinpleto report of plowing between tho rows after the po- square, which grips the ground. SatisTho Summer Stylo. the fact that nun by familiarity with garments, and pronihos of help and ttfi "the sermon: tatoes iiave set Shallow culture does factory tests have been made Chicago danger becomo rerklos3 tho Captain, the succor. A pretty girl just homo from theea- Tho apostle, in tho text, indicates that no injury at any time, and pulling out Herald. I havo hopo that a groat many side was interviewed by her religious teachers may fail to reach helmsman, tho stoker, tho man on tho some grass or weeds is beneficial even after lookout, bjcome recktess, nnd In nino of tho fam'lies hsro aro going t J bo saved lover on onu ot the reports I!alldnp the brcSccn down ctmstltutlon. bjpurifle tbc whiclilSad ;the heavens, to which they point others. drasslila; biowU re'onnj; uea.tlj nu Igor, bold the potatoes nro Toledo out of ten shipwrecks It is found and saved altogether. Glvo us that child 1 a Pottle. The Gown and surplice and cardinal's red hat to him of her flirtations. custom of cime lllade. 'are no security. Cardinal AVolsoy, after out that S5mo ono was awfully to blame. for Christ that othor chdd that other. Spills, the "Why, Frank !" sho exclaimed, "you'are mere aro lew greater nuisances of Queen Louiseanniversary of the death For nYSPJU'KI.V ami for the enreof all the Glvo us tie mither, glvo us tho father, .having been petted by kings and having So I havo to tell you that men of Prussia, Emperor jut too foolish for anything." than bushes, large roeks, thistles and WiJiam's mother, bv annually l.lver. lkwe!i. ConHtaHlon. foreign embassadors at souls through sheer restlessness.'' 'There tho whole fam ly. Thoy must all come entertained etc. lrlce a "May bo L am," he answered, other large weeds in tho meadow and ing six worthy bridal coup'lespresent-a lllltounes P.lts ;Hampton Court, died in darkno3i. Ojo are thousands of roy friends in this bouse in. A) Heaven wades in to help you. I "but I want to know it you didn't sullenly, with beewno who dj nit c tro where they are cl ii a this wholo audieno for God. Thero pasture. Grub up tho bushes, remove puiso of 450 marks and a Bible each, DR. BADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street, N.Y. ' of. the most eminent ministers of religion eugaged to ono of those fellows you et the stones, and with a spade cut the 'that this country ha3 ever known plunged in spiritualthings. They do not know are somo of you who, thirty years ago, this summer'."' duly observed Jf thistles, docks, etc., that will seed next wai and Garrisonlately at the Potsdam wnetuer tuey aro sailing toward Heaven wero consecratedjjtoCbrist your by 'into sin and died, hit heart, in post mortem "OL course I did," she lepHed, vltQ;a Church. Coirt a year, jiisi ueueatn mo sunace 01 the is examination, found to have bdeu or toward lieu, and tha asa l? blaclc .with pareutsinjgdliptisnu Certainly I am frank smile. piratical hulks that would grapple them not stopping over the right bound when I ground, it does not pay to mow around jiot figuratively but literally broken. O, "And do you expect me to stand tSa't MH& MAxrFAcrruEits of The average American cats eight te tooofl or clso hanging by a thread. He had obstructions, and thoy are also unsightministers of Christ, becauso wo have with hoaks of steel and Vculd blindfold claimyoiTfdr Jesus.Then there aro many enri nf iliilKr'l'' .:,.-- . :, ,.- . v.. as much sugar as theaverago tines :Vi.. in a pasture. Ghicayo Tribune. UU UU 1.11K. Jll diplomas of graduation, and lianls of them and make them "walk tho plank." beroTwho havo been ssoklug God for a II llj,,i l.Ulft, 1IUIV spoken to her on the subject and she had ly who prefers lemon juice to milk They do not know what tho next moment good while, and am I not right in claim A good dish for supper: Slice cold ordination on tho head, an I address conpromised to see to It, but still the button boiled potatoes very thin; sprinkle a ani sugar in his tea. on properly. secrated assemblages, there is no reason may bring forth. Drifting In thoir the Jdng you for Jesus? Then thero are somo wainot fijhTgot out of patience ono Sunday when thin laver of cracker crunibsimaiba why wo should necsssardy reich the ology, drifting in thoir habits, dcittin s.ifl hero who have been further away, I saw - a It Not Singular . K! missing ouuoiiwiiau . nmue mm late-ioing dish, and cover with 0 GoJ, K1 you come In in clusters two, realm celestial. Tho clergyman must go regard to oil tho futurt,, Wrade aud exclaimed: potatoes; scatter on salt, penper'and Lnat CO'Bpnmves suoulcl bo tUO'lrftHtltin- -, pardon as the Christ, no settl'd anllcipatlon of o'orfialj three, four meii together aud you drink, of through thesamogato of fel c ty, but all tin tinn coming tearerj Jand swear, and you are bringing up your Vsr-- v JP "Bother tho woman. I'll see If I can't small bits.1 of- butter; then repeat the lav? pronensivT" otitueir own condition, wnilog layman. The preacher may ge' his audiurging v aI ..'.7C an tneir frionds aro careful anu ueseecu-in- o ..1 a hint this time anyhow." five her pour un ence into heaven, and he hlmso'.f miss it. ana nearer to a uangsrouj oast. Sony of famines without any u id to taKo caro 01 about expos-tiruie uisn them to be more IKVlIUItI!IjK,STHICTIjVAVA-TIJK box tllo then took tho lid of a tin blacking two crs until cream orisa mieu,ofuiuu th;m are on fire with evil habits, nnd thy theinSvhen you aro dead. And 1 claim you, cup rjch""chickcn a cup of Thsro have bojn case3 of shipwreck and overdoing? It may well be conabout three inches in diameter, drilled I'ltOOXf, CoM !. tliail Millizlc. sympsidered of the most alarming Tvhereall on board escaped excopting tho shall burn on tho sbj, tho charred hullc my brother;! claim all ot you. You will Hooting ami holes in it with a fork and sewed it ou tho soup. Half an hour's baking in a quick- toms of one disease, whero the patient is A li) out mil ap") the 'captain. Alas ! If, bavin g praached to tossed up on the barren boach of tho lost havo toVcJioto-ntgh- t oven should be cnoughJfSr a small dishto tho throno i neck of the shirt that was next to be washed. I'olt; Hooting ami I'uvin reckless and will not boliovo that ho is in many of them with great troubles, of mercyGol!sjHolyiSpirlt js striving world; 'others, I myself should bo a castaway. Boston l'Hcli nmlnll back lie Reader, if vou aro in this A '.When his washing camehail made found she ful. The placeIludge'. the pumpkin can danger. not neglect tho only means condi- for Catalogue.Coal Tar Product. Semi financial troubles, domosW'c trou lies, now with ytidrrOTiltiblKpKwlllr have God forbid It. AKKVrS AVAVTKI IN" of rea buttontion, do had taken the hint, bho Vhich troubles; but they never pray for to pray som tiiri; why not begin now, ! I havo examined some of the commenhole to fit It X 1". llcmUL an im- covery. Avoid exposure and fatigue, be liVKKY TOWN. We olor pet-in-l bo made to till on the larm i in your M. EHRET, Jr. & CO. taries to see what they thought about comiorc iv tin an aggravation or sin. while all tho rip and purp'o clusters of portant one. As u food for cattle it is regular PiVrre's habits, and use faithfully "Golden Medical Discov of Dr. v. o. 1:1 i:t:i-:sst., that stirs up the ire of GoJ, tbey pray Divine promise bond over into your cu", this word "castaway," and I find that excellent, and after removing the seed ery." It has saved thousands who were vin. di ii(lnii:i(i,0. 10 Public I.;mUii:r, they differ in regard to tho figure used, for no pardon. They di not steer for the rather than postpono your prayer unt . . be fed with profit to the milch steadily failing. may light-shi- p that danc in gladness at th3 vour chance is past, and the night drops, "while they agree in regard to the meancows. Horses are fond of them. Hogs only a ing. So I shall make my own selection, mouth of Heiven's harbor, reckless as to aud tho sea washes you out, and forevr know that was that kind never COimtlTfor A Bosto.v dealer boasts of an oyster in nDCAii revel in their rich and appetizing juices. and years old. Ah, UntHlll DHLM WBzSim. whero thoy cotno out, 'drifting farther and forover and forever you become a &nd take it In a nautical and Sheep eat them with avidity. Chickens, his possession eight-si- x keeps." I express. L.Y ' .1W from God, farther from early religious incasta'way? Cleanses the Head, EET 901130, and show you that men may dnnkd. nml rrposo feed on them at everv there, stay there! JJujialo took a good deal of pcrsuasionitmt It presont happispiritual castaways, and how finally fluences, farthor from their .ifcrcWnt Allays Intlamma As a winter food for all opportunity. Frank finally surrendered. Yonng Men, Read TUIi. And, what is ness, farther from heaven. EDITOR ARKELL. they drift into that calamity, S Traveler. kinds of "stock they aro excellent The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., lion. Heals Sores. tho worst thing about It is, that they are j Wo are a seaboard town. You havo all 1'rairie Farmer. offer to send their celebrated ELEcmo-Voltai- c Restores the SenAOI;u Who Wears S."G I'Ircc-- . or Strange stood on tho beac'j. Many of you have taking their families along with them; Ills Ilousrkrrpiiic Knowledge. Belt and other Electuic Appliances ses ol Taslc. Hear-inI'jildt'rinlri. C'ocoauut Candy : One largo grated and if one perish, perhaps thoy will ,nli or old) days, to men (young managed vessels in great stress of weathLetter. tarnto-if pounds of on trial for COnervous debility, loss of vitalcocoanut. one and First Chum This is a very pleasant and Smell. with and there is perish; nnd the way one goes, the probaer. There is a Mr. Arkoll, editor ot tho Albany JoHr- - loom, old man, and we ought to cnjoj&ur-selvegranulated sugar; put tho sugar and afflicted nil kindred troubles. Also f ity and A Quick Hcliet. another; and yonder is another, and there bility is they w.IE all go. Yet no anxiety. tial, who is only thirty ono years of ago, oththe milk of tho cocoanuts together (if n3 1 aro u goodly number of you who, though As unconscious of dan;eron tho passcn-- i has a most romarkablo history. He is tho not enough, add a littlo water), heat er diseases. Complete restoration to health, A Positive Cu r e . it Second Chum (gloomily) Yes; brf moment bo-- i son of Senator Arkoll. Ho was in his onroyou did not knew the difference be- gers on board ths Arctic slowly until the sugar is melted, then vigor,and manhood Kuarnni.eei. o skrite CREAM BALM as CO days' trial is allowed. tween a brig and a bark, and botweon a fore the Vesta ru shed into her. Wrapped) fnther's factory when ho was seventeen will soon go to rain unless we get a woon boil for five minutes: add the cocoanut, them atonco for illustrated pamphlet, free. SCTrNrV uAi.1 I liai rvVnnrl a Ati?iildA sprit sheet sail up in tho business of thestore, notromem-- t years of aga, at tho moment of a terrible to take care of it diamond knot and a finely grated, and boil ten minutes beriug that soon they must quit all their gasolino explosion. Tho workman who it won't; wc can mntingcuilKit. "OIi.no lniot, now you aro as familiar with a longer, stirring constantly to keep from The toiler of a morning newspaper is Ab3orbol earthly sr- ALMOST AN EDITOR. Vr "..no pain shipas you are with your right hand, social possessions. knowing in their was with young Arkll was blown out of ourselves.' burning; pour on buttered plates aud well up in the mysteries of the nights of A particle InPr"cr'- - hvmallorati4rnpsli Senator anytblng " Nonsense! You don't know position, not that vory sight. 2iotonough of h m was left to be ind,":f it were necessary, you could take circular. ELY EBOTIlEI,l)niKB.tt,Oweeo..N.i. A I'nhick Who Indulcpd In a Morsel That two labor. St. Paul Jlerald. cut in squares; will take about soon a vessel clear across to the mouth of the and they will have'atteaded the last levea gathered together for identification. about iiousework." now. let 1110 tellfyou, My Lead Illm rpward. days to harden. Exchange. Don't. I? Well, whir'oi in tho Iastschottisc he. They Young Arkeli, who did not loso consciousIlupture, Breach or Hernia. "Mersey without the loss of a single saiL The other day tho man who draws ashes New guaranteed euro for worst cases IVoll, there is a dark night In your mem-cr- y do not dclibirately choose to bi ruined; ness, covered bis mouth and eyes, aud away from two or threo newspaper offices without use of knife. Thero is no longer IRONING. I of tho sea. Tho vessel bjcame un- neither did the French frigato Medusa made a dash for tho door. Tho building in. nny need of wearing awkward, cumberdumped a load on Oarfield avenue, beyond aim for tho Arguin banks, but thero it in which this explosion took placo bemanageable. You saw it was scudding stamps for 1 contracted a 1 rf ul ewe of Mood poUon In ISSI. went to pieces. O, ye reckless sou's ! I came fille 1 nt once with black smofco. the pavement In no timo at all a score of How Th! llifllcult llou'ework Can lie some trusses. Send two letter : toward th show. You heard the cry, World's Dis- IwnstrcateclvrlthtlieoMreniPdiea of Mercury nl pamphlet, nnd references. I could wako you up C03 Main St., ltah.'hlclj brought on rfceumatlMn ami loipalred Done Nicely. ! l'olack women and children were pawing on tho lee bow I" wish that "Breakers ahead Land pensary Medical Association, The boy butted his way with his head EeryJointlnuie vis swollen mvt:iB',l5orKan over the load in search of treasure, and one As in washing, everything should bo Buffalo, N. Y. ww Tho rcssl struck tho reck, and you felt with somo greit perturbation. Tho perils through fivo doors, going litorally through ami Mil of twin. When I was ch pbik:laBS'lio8Klrli would be a Rood time to th deck breaking up under your feet-- and aro so augmented, tho chances of escape fire. Ia his passage ho became fright-fu'l- y child came across a largo piccp of old roller ready and in proper order before tho the Sinclne. 1 improved from t Jh-- 1 In lie of fcwrf are so few; you will dio just as certainly left ru.rnr The man who is so busy ho ha? no time Terr tln.td.w'. Pon the rheutnatf-you wero a castaway, as when the composition, lie washed oil the ashes in a day's work is begun. Tho irons should bo burned. Tho timo of the ncci lent niffh.vuioaiiHzht.ABd the - bad er tho jib .you to laugh needs a vacation. Chieaqo rtoctor mid were t h? mo frtiditful nlcerv. wlHcli ecn. uulessyoubestir your- - was winter. When he fina'ly roached tho mud puddle near by, but had only taken on tho roast of California; i$tt,lvzr Lepra to beat, aad by llw tiwi of one bite when along came a l'olaek laborer scrupulously clean and smooth; this can Ledgtr. tho Portuguoso brig went staving, "self. I fear, my brother, you are Incom- outer air ho rolled in tho snow, and loft LKil McCLfcrUu- v. ell man agato. ing a casta way. You aro making no efbe dono by rubbing them with beeswax splitting, grinding, crashing on the GoodDitors curelnl mnu(cJ5c front and back of both in the snow tho Pike'sToothache been In I.cm JttCleixlon h wins. But whether you havo followed fort, you aro putting forth no oxenion for of his hands nnd tha covering of murh and salt or powdered bath brick. The GUnn'$ SiiljJiur Soap henl uml beautifies. 3Sc. ChemHrier UrHy for fe.He lie empter of th IX. ?d taa escape. You throwiout no oar;, you tako "tt . B. kills Corns & lluuions. the aboi e siai emeal m be true, T?". cbosby. the sea or not, you all understand the He heaviest irons accomplish tho best work, German Conx Hemoveb of tho lower part of bis face. Masaser Cae-- t artey Co Atlanta JlThlon. figure when I tell you that there are nosouudings; you watch nbcompass; you was burned so hopelessly that the doctors Atlanta, Ga.. April I. WB. and should be used with a rolling mobut Anybody can play n mailed t re. men who by their sins and temptations aro not calculating your bearings while' for a long time despaired of him. Senator Treatise en Bkd and SWb Ilea9 3, AlUnta, la. tion and a strong pressure. Muslins and that is no reason why nnybody should. Tmumui'i pv ific Co., Urawcr ore thrown helpless! Driven before tho tho wind is aba't, and yonder is along Arkeli, who was on one of tho upper floors N ,i5;w rabt. t prints do not require very hot irons, hut Somermlle Journal. - gale! Wrecked for two worlds! Cast line of f am bounding tho hor.zon, and of tho budding when the explosion took Tiie nOYKIlS GUIDE ts you will be pushel ou toward it, and place, escaped by dropping from a winstiff white garments need hotter ones. away! castaway! Don't hawk, hnwk, blow, spit nnd disnfcfii ii. isiued Sept. and .llnrch, since I've been &in? to seo that Irl with your offensive breath, The ironing table and board should bo gust everybody with By talking with somo sailors I have thousands have poriihol thero. and yen dow down a fall of twenty-liv- e r'MG imgea, ieRrliycnr. feet upon a cross father on Green street, I've learned but Ready a strip of bare rrci. Hjk firm and strong aud covered with a end use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy nnd found out that there are threo or four rro driving in the same dire-tio&24 8Mxll;3 Inclje,wltliover how to uipt at a moinonl's warnlns' it Illustration Down helm i Hird dowj! or In 1 pbiat! 3,300 Picture Cnllery. causes for such a calamity to a vesss!. coarse woolen blanket, over which a Hs son was in bod for two years. His I'hdadoljihla CalL liole clean coarso sheet should be pinned. A have been told that It soaic.imos comes the n'xt five minutes, or four minutes, or faco was so badly burned that it wns The girl who loves William never asks GIVKS VlJOlcfcale Price bosom board about eight inchos wide, her father to foot her bill. Detroit Fast. from creating falso lights on ths beach. thrca minutes, or.twominutej, or one Not Xoir. for tho natural skin to recover it. tlirtst lo consilium on nil poods for nml a long board for skirts and dresses, This was often so in olden times. It is minute, you may ba a castawny. or rniuily me. Telia lior to ?IIis hands wero equally atlllcjod. Senator Save your wagons, your horses and your we havo a cremation society in "I see O unforgiven soul'. ""It you could see "not many years ago, Indeed, that vagaaro a necessity to the laundry. Iron patiexive by using Frazer Axle Grease. orUrr, nnd Rives exact coat or every-tiliinMiis reading oxptri- - Detroit," ho observed to the lady on "tho 'Arkeli discovered yon um-- cal, ilrlnk, wear, or bonds usod to wandor up and down the your peril beforo God on account nnents holders should be padded to protect the in'tho direction of transplanting loft. beach, getting vessels ashore In the night, of your lifctimo s:n nnd transgression, Have von ever heard a parrot swear? have ftin wltli. Tlicse IXVAXTJABLE hand from burning. Collars, cuffs and from one person to another. Ho asked UOOKS contain information plcmiel Toronto Grip. "Ves, I sea" throwing up falso lights in thoir pres- - thero would be fifty men who would rush skin surgeons In charge of his son to try similar articles should be covered with No, but'i've seen acro-cuthe from the markets of the ivorld. "Ve , enco and deceiving them, that they might through this aiste crying for mercy, and "Do you belongf" a clean, thin cloth, and the iron passed will innU n ctp- - FKEK to nny adIbis experiment. Tho result was ono of Isaac, Ir afflicted with Sore T.ycs, uso Dr. despoil and ransack them. All kinds of thero would bi fifty who would rush dress upon receipt oflOcts. to defray "Not yet." ami "helil him up" forltho tuIT. lie broke over it several times, when it may be Thompson's Eyo Water. Druggists sell it. S5a interesting known in the chap-tor- s eipeime or mailing. Iet us licarftom infernal arts were used to accomplish this, through that aisle cryinS fo I mercy, and tho most "Doesn't the Idea of burning the body a bite, smacked Ills lij and started for removed and the iron passed directly of surgery. Respectfully, tou. and ono night on the Cornish coast, when they wou d bo as men are woen they rus i home with the prize wrapped up in an old over the article. Fine, soft laces anil P Misert A pirl with a new dress and no MONTGOMERY WARD & CO, Upon tho faco of young Mr. Arkeli thero coat. the sea was coming lu fearfully, some vil- across the deck of a fouudering ship; nnd muslins that do not require polishing place to go. Marathon Independent. S"U pieces Although press rollers are coinixiscd of should be carefully unrolled, one at a IV. 227 Jb 229 AVnbnnb Avenue, Chicago, 111, lains took a lantern and tied it to a horse, thero would bo thousauds of arms tossa were transplanted people. of skin from The result Is the arms of various nothing worse than glue nnd molasses, it is time, and spread on a soft blanket, covand lod the horse up and down the beach, uj from the galleries; and as these Chris.None Gennine unices licarlnr tliU Stamp was miito probable that ere this the Polack has ered with a thin, soft sheet. Laces, emthe lantern swaying to the motion of the tian men rose up to help them, it would bo that his faco whllo entirely built up, so THE JIAKKETS. $3 SHOE. thatti-daho boars very heavy !&rH Or --rp a; JAMES MEANS' Conirrcss anrt been taken with a "spell' and sent for a v horse, and a sea captain in thar offing saw as when a vessel drives on the rocks an I iMado In Button. puzzled over broideries and trimmings must be considring doctor. If the doctor lias been it and made up his mind that ho was not on the shore, the command is, "Man the scars, ho yet looks very well, H j: ace.ifi,tt.'a- -jovjuri h tnexccucii i pulled into shape, with all the Ciscinv vxi. Septcrnber. 2i. ISM. the complaint this will p've him an has inKl In jjuraouuy, anywhere near the shore, for ho said: lifeboat! Man the lifeboat! Pull my lads, what ho has been throu ;h. ?. 12? ft) and purling picked out; those jpptarunce. a fwi j" and if tho l'olaek has bemoaned his edges and nspiros domitable courogj and 3 " t250 There's a vessel; that must be a vessel for pull, a steamar with 2J0 en board making tfe. Choice Iiutchvrs Xef VNK SCnilOUSWIU uruiK J"" f "" greenness in picking up taify lie may be needing ironing carefully smoothed, formation now iu 3 ir 3TO HOGS Common It's a movablo light" And he had no ap- the last plunge!" Wiiy dojs'yoar cbesk to a high pisitioa as a publisher of newsany oiam by the thoueht that "tho path of and those that do not, folded. Always Ai.consoled J.SV this bnoo in - 3 10 ft 4 0) Good packers papers. prehension until he heard the rocks turn pal, and yourhoart pound until listmAM F c to ciio ce the roller leads to the cditoiial sanctum." - 3 00 g3M a s. onerniorj-- . iron by the thread of the material. Em- FIH'Kl'-Go- od ,1. Jlenn FI.Ot:it-ruma ii. 4 CO uncoin du grating on the ship's bottom, and it went ening youJiear.it? It is became, my doar T1 ixBostoiotaa- Detroit Free Press. I.cMt UN Itrlile at I.TiU broidery should be ironed on the wrong OKA1X ll3 Hi W, ISa to piecas, and the villains on shore gath brother, you reaVza soat, owing to your side of a soft blanket. Abbeville Medium. & I'.'i No. i ru3 AVatolietl the) Wroup One. cred up tho packages and tho treasures lifetime sin and reject'on of G id's mercy, b O g ww Corn No. 2 wxed Monday evening about six o'clock our In ironing shirts use heavy irons well 25 Onu No.S mixed that were washod to the land. And I you are In peril, and 1 really Uslhve thero people witnessed ono of tho most exciting women, whose kinship heated. Two First iron the thick bands, lHKSTfSeE5:w (it lijc No.5 havo to tell yon that there are a multi- aro thousands of peopla in this houso this chases evar seen in this section. Jim liar .12 .V) raKSJBurroH ?13tO could be seen at a glance, entered r. shop in then the bodies and sleeves, and last MAY TimotbrNo. J ..1 00 it y m tude of souls wined by falso lights on the moment saying within themselves, "What ris, colored, had gone below town somo Common l.uirs.. the bosom, which should bo rubbed TOUACCOMeliu!ii. .. .10 00 &13U) iooil beach. In the dark night of man's danshall I do?" Do? dj? Why, my brother, miles to see b's "Dinah" to mako some over with a clean cloth wrung out of lHO VISION- S- Pork 31es.. 9 C2;; x. ger Roliglous Error goes up and down the do what any ship docs, when it is In troy I jirtl rinploTment u'.0 Then the iron should be Wf "proposals" to her, as ho puts it T.10 ol 1 I'r we Meam warm water. 14 & 15 distress-signaand protoable. No llooUitijr, Kniltlnc. , Thero is a Fancy shaking Its lantern, and men look ublelift a folks b?ing away, thoy concluded to ran any tied of cloth pas;ed over nipidly, then rubbed again m'Tli:K CreameryDairy... . Ilraidinir, or t a $ 24 hor- Ohio (new or old), rags or yam. A handscme TnrkIU take that flickering and expiring flash aud a boom. You listen and you cffnnd marry. So ho too his "gal," of a dead companion strike you with 1 w & 1 ol) with a damp cloth and ironed until it ATMI.KS Prime rrvr'' Hue made with 2. rt. worth of carpt wate. vrlcfc as the signal of safety, and the cry look. A vessel Is ia trouble. The distroO 140 To gloss the linen a l'OTATOKi; per Imrrel.. . mulatto girl, Kate Dovlln, a is polished. TUCDCAD mi nil ji,tii;iton niwa nil. Kfiiiiriiiiirlilnet. cr "It used to, but I am now Quito recon- I lit- - I is sounded, or a rocket is sent Into his hug?y and'ruck for town. PassNl'W VOItl" is: "ileavo tho mam topsail to the mast! ess-gun polishing iron with smooth, round edge byhaod. AwonderfolinTentioa. ItKCll-MIKI1I. ?3 40 6t 3 W stntennrt Wesiern lifted, or a bundle of ing McM ltan's br ckyard an undo of the 'All is well!" when sadden destruction up, or a blanket is Wianted. I'ricr Jil.(H), polp.ilil. should be used with all possible force. FI.OCH cat tws?' ho "What has changed your fit tW Snd stamp for circnkira. term, end territory. No. sUiiciigo GKAIN-WiiH'i JXO. . II O ITT . CO. SCI 8 State U, C'ttleaco. comsth npon them and they shall not es- rags anything to catch tho eye or the girl spied the runaways, seizd a huge pis-- persisted. The thickest parts of dresses, such as tho No. 2 icd cape. So there are all kinds of lanterns passing craft. So if you want to bj taken 4UU 4b 1, mounted a horso and gavj chase. Jim Corn No. 2 mixed.. waistbands, the gathers and fcleeves. "ilarriage!" she briefly answered. 2S ds. 40 swung on the teach philosophical lan- off tho wreck ot your sin, you must lift a entered town at full spool, lashing his Drtroit Free Press. Oats maid Dresses should should be ironed tirst. 9 75 C.10 25 rnitK Mcu R se. terns, educational lanterns,- humanitarian dis'ress-signa- l. Lit your hand. horse at every jump, his girl sitting by & 125i alwaj's be ironed on the wrong side I.AUD Western stram Men look at them and are delanterns. Cry out for mercy. Iho publican liftol him in a broad grin. CIoso behind the CHICAGO. finished on the right. Fine A Cincinnati Joke. lirst and V) when he cried, "God Irato ucclo followed at a ga'l l.n with h s CO ceived when there is nothing bat God's tho distress-signmuslins look much better if they are FLOrit-Sta- le Wheat-N- mid Western.. . ,.tl T4 A Yale graduate spent part of the sum!i o. - red... Slannfirtnrer eternal lighthouse of tho Gospel that be merciful to mo a sinaor!" Peter lifted pistol ready to fire. Behind him camo a IinsedbTlhoncdforfirftclan twice in opposito directions. G ISA IN 2 Chicago Spruij; ironed nj Merlianici on fieir but work, lleeeiwl Kre2J No. , overt .can keep them from becoming cast- the distress-s- i ;nal when ho 'said, "Lord man on a big mul j that triad to stop at mer at Clarksboro, down In Jersey, and a GOLD MEDAL IxiK!oo:st. lTooouMedipMj"' laca 4iili5 42'i Corn No. 2 Caps, fichus and aprons, whero the Sendcanlofdea!erwhortotaotVeep mischief-lovinfriend whom he liadlin-truste-d 20 aways. Oace, on "Wolf Craig Lighthouse, save me, I perish!" The blind mau all the stores, and two on foot, all in pur2ti'i ihihni. Ic itampi for S AM PLE CAN r D C C I6O0 Oats No.2 lt,wUh Atc is full, should have the frill ironed first. U.To luggagefad-dresse- d distress-signwhen he said. suit. Every .spectator raised a yell as Hje to send part of Ids they started to build a copper figure of a lifted the In plaiting frilK each plait should be POKK Mcfcx.. t 8 fiS'J BBsaiCtratCfc.Gkeeltf.HissL lS - " wolf with its mouth open, so that the "Lord, that my eyes may bj. opened!" tho parly ""passed by and tho fugitivos COO & 005 it to "Mr. So and So, li. A., Clarkslaid by tho thread, and held until liAUD bttuin ' storms beating into it, the wolf would The jailer lifted the distress signal Then wero'overtaken at tho uppr end of town boro." No Rope to Cot Off Horses' Manes Z ISAl.TlMOItli vt ironed in place. 1 do to bo saved?" ?4 M 15 00 howl forth tho danger to mariners that he said, "What must Family'.... and tha girl snatched from tho hands of Ceieuraieu "Mi.irsi.- - ii.ii.i- "in the railroad business, 1 supposerjje- - London the other day and took seats at tiie While ironinir is difficult work to ac Fi.or 2 :1C unit IIKim.l' Combined. ft J2 GltA might be coming anywhero near that And help will never comi to your her lover. Jtm says In ir bound to have not to tupped by ii iV) hors. 4' &. :n can Halter to any r?rt any the l Samsiltc counter. The assistant had scarcely complish nicely, anv housekeeper who Corn mixed coast Of course it was a failure. And soul untd you lift such a s.gml as thai. uer, anu we gu&ss uo wai. ltwas an extW Fie on receipt of 51.of Sold by all commenced his weather report when one of will tako tho trouble to give personal 10 00 a.10 5o . ss V. so all, new inventions for the saving of You must make some demonstration, civo citing scene, and Jim had many offers of rUOVISIoN'ork-JIcSaddlery. Hardware and ilarne rBfi&CVf Uie women said: "It is my duty to warn supervision to the work will soon teach somo nealera. Special dltcount to thtl s,oul are unavailing. IVhat the husome sign, take man's assistance if ho would steal her away that 3 00 . 2 ro Trade. n?Send for l'rlce Ltr.' 'iiys-- T Vr you that my sister is a confirmed klepto- even an indifferent servant to do it rATTLi; .Medium man race wants is light bursting forth for Inlp, lif.ing th.3 distress signal for night. ;v: . 5 .VI & 6 tu'!i j.C.l.touTnorE,i:ocheler. V properly. A willing hand, guided by a HOGS you nin-s- t watch her closeJ&p'i maniac and that -INDIANAl'Ol.l-S- . the - cross standmg on the great the Church's prayer, lifting. .the distress from ly." After a little while the "klep' moved kind and intelligent instructor, will j6w?of tiio'aiooiiir&W R. U. 5 .red.... headlands the light of pardoa, tho light signal for Heavea's pardon. Pfayl'pray! along to another seat, and the assistant felt soon overcome all obstacles and make Wheat No. 65. 43 THAT sounds in lCor.X.a.fost.j of comfort, the light of Heaven. You Ihe voice ot tho L"rd & 25!f It. Parker. it his duty to give her his most vigilant atten- the work Loriilard's Climas Plug Nearljr at'third of tha mooa was spanned might better go and destroy all your ears. "In, me is thy help." Too I .oinsviLi.n. minutes' time was consumed ..1 nnnrl TTnimi'Vpf.nilia..... .- . tion. Twentv -..v W JVWl !.54 15 i j4 Tm on tho dangerous proud to raise such a signal, to oy ujomydtie now. utiero was a peraliar StL. the great bearlne a red tin tag ; that Loriilard's 'and no purchase made, and as the women left Flour A Xol .. Ul (i. Stt red KnHcJ.enrfinecut: that LoriUard's G KA luster about this baw, not 333a In a sun Barnegat L ght- - house, the be saved. coasts the 4 CUpplnca.and that Lorillard'a Snuffa, aro Nnvr Porn mix" rainbow, and as it touched the horizon SCAB IN SHEEP. tho Skerry vale Fastnot Rock the best and cheapest, quality conildered ? 27 There was an old sailor thuuplngaba ' inijed ft 00 3t Oats J and seemed1 to bury itself in tho waters of poiuc-wthe Longshlp's Light house, in a small boat ia ajempo!, Tna la . Llght-hous. $& S'i Novelty Rug LAJtli'frf" ..... ........ thelakd, a most peculiar ani penetrating thVHolyhead 'LtgUt-boU- i than to put vessel uuui guua .i.-- r. u.if u o rZi ? 113 4PaU Dee, 27, 1S81). For rnakln? "ent "" iiffliP green light strearael up la long plumes out God's great ocean lamp, tho Gospel. die. The surt was breakiug over t l:ns. Tldiea. Hoodf. Mlttenj.elc :irecuont, Sent "Woo to those who swing false lanterns on boat, and he said: ,'1 took off my ira eiiuer stuo. Tiie wholo heavens To one Inintlred gallonTQf water use lt Vrtre- aL AtiKNTS Red School Houst Shoe. Manufacturers Stamped -by man, rnii WANTED. ' the beach till men crash In and perish! poundsflowers of sulphur Tha that it might sooi b3 over, and I prMted' a fantastic array of colors. To twenty-fiv- e Kur 1'atlerna oa BurUp. T P yonwlib to . licwarcof Infringements. Send for circular. thought soma what indistinctly abut my thegt,thelovj.y bw; in tho exirome Cast away ! Cast awav ! a shoe f oryour and ten potinds'gf quick lime. Tho sulk. jcohs .t co., Toi.iaio, 01110. Hor or Olrl tbat will on shoro, and then I bid themgood-by- o eastjfflfceavy 'cloud gavo out vivid By talking with sailors, I havo also friends ttasdtnewearandtear phur can be put into tank as soon as orvrH ueacr. of Dlu flCCED Slachlneiaway hot seit-sheets marked the West Jersey station acent UrrtKi Toinlixxtnrethein,wwil'i like, and r was about sink 113 rback flnsheajgjjjjfitllgdtnin? ?rat "heard that ships sometimes come to this Wajhimr If j ou want one The lime should be tbatts made of honest is pumped. yellow" iMfttiehaV, camo In waves, tho Yale man came to net his trunk. J&i water calamity by the sudden swoop of a tem- and giving it up, when I saw a bright of send n jour name, l O, aad eiprrofficat eath ertbroaghout, btisinn-MP" "llallroad cloud.baniSgovTgj. i.'i. tho Wliv. onw. The National Co., 25 DeyBt.,ir.Y. ni and on common sene slacked in a separate barrel and the aQ pest. For instance, a vessel is sailing star. Tho clouds were breaking away, Idea, ast your dealer made you think that?" Ia liquid poured into the boiling vat, taking for Ilenderaoa'a An actire Man or Woman In ererv along in tho East Indies, and there is not and there that blessed star saoao right instant bslng quite dark. AbbveMtho "Well, If II. A. doesn't stand for .lag. moon, almost full, and shining with a "SCHOOL SH0K," eecvntrtoielloarzoodi. KalarrSfa. mmm a single cloud on the sky, but suddenly down on mj, and it seemed to tako right steady li;ht. mads care that no slaggy pieces of lime will gage Agent, I'm a crow," was the reknown everrw here br sr aik and Kxrentu. r.xrensei in ad- unusually silvory-- by sponse. Tanrc Cacratitnf outSt FSaEt I'artifulara tiie Trade Mark of the tho breeze freshens, and there are swift hold of me; and, somehow I can not t;ll Co. Boston. ZCasa. cake upon tlio bottom of tho iron boiler. free. Standard f Utile Red School House Is, "Way! how it was but somohow, while I was cintrast with tho yell jw wavo3 of It took a for fkon the ratlines, and the cry The water should bo'l well before letting Just bilovr tho mooa was a small joy the joke,week now the Yale man toW? found on the bottom on Cotton TurkNh Iiubruro. away there I" but, before they can trying to watci thatjstar, It seemed to and he tells it on of each ralr- - None riaitififill RED free to every person endtne UCtlUIIIUi samples it out in the dipping vat. and time centime witnontit.; squarotho booms and tarpaulin the hatch- help me, and seemed to lift mo." Oh, bank of li;h flo'cy cloud ot n deop with the best trace nossihle.-,f7f.?- .V iddre to - T. WIIITK, Eaton Kaptda. Mich. cool before dipping. allowed for it to PfAik alio for the ways, the vessel U groaning and creaking drowning soul, sea you not tho glimmer rosy color as intense as a sunlight reHENDERSON S2.50 This preparation usually can be made flection. This wonderful combination AcentsWantrd. finKari WOMAN'S GOAT BUTTON. AnPftA MONTH. the world. 1 aampleWhert ? in tho grip of a tornado, and falls over in botweon the rifts of tho FREH. 1 hi I fellnsartlclenln tho m:onli;ht, Naming a Yacht. and rainbow; the day before the sheep are to bo rf(died wlttJ Silk and every- way solid. Made only by UKOSSON.Dktboit. MlCB. Address JAY th trougi of the sea, an I broadsido on Would to God that that light might lay the silvery raidance, yellow flames nnd washed, and more water added to the r ttymtlSnil tbeCelebrated Manufacturers Entlinsiaslic Young Lady Is thaJqwat rolls on to the beach and keels over, leav- hold of you preen light; the olorj so vivid, so mysLU, QfBooUand Shon, Chicago. and cured vrlthontthe knife. fl I Unnn Treated treatment peat tree. Adare hop tiie assistant flattered himself that boiling vat, keeping tho mixture in terious and ovnncneat, so cior.ciouj and the Grade, Mr. Smith? And that tiio'VSf l.aiRl.r.n Itonk on ing tho crow to strug;lo in the merciless TFriuoraStt iff our rancy School Cardi. Death struck, I ceased tho tide to &tcm. UAnUllU k L.roNO.M.li. Aurora. KaneCo,tlL Jhclittlo woman with tho Grecian nose had proportion as above stated. A pen in bewdc ilnjr, rwoduod an elfect altogether When suddenly a star arose, surf. Castaway! Castaway! And, so wrong merchant. 'What the form of a letter V, large enough to iudescribfible,v AViioro the cloud wero liTISJS J1 un arsT ek kitt mouil tried it on the It was the star of Uetulehcm. I have to tell you that there are thouclosely?" EDUCATIONAIi. from whci fell tho shower we did not hold fifty sheep, should receive tno made you watch that person so most sands ol men destroyed through the swoop O, yo cast aways, God is doinj everyobserved of sheep at the end of the dipping vat. d scoyjr. rincried a lady who bad Some great inducement thing to save you. of temptations. CiDADllV Learnhereud Kleptomania 1" he Each sheep, when incrustation oryellow 3,8 maneuvering. pood pay. Situation! Interfering AVitli Clilnese Civilization. to worldllness, or to sensuality, or to high "Did you ever hear of Lionel Lukin? Ho fr.ii,;V-90"Piwhimpered, f urniPted. Write Vattxnsx llEoa, JaneaflUe. Wlp. "is that so? Why, I should dandruff is seen on flesh, must b ibM V!2i ."l i" 4 ICIeveland temp?r, or to some form ot dissipation, was tho inventor ot tho insu omorgiblo i,ave thought the other one needed your thoroughly scarified with a curry-comBusiness ,AC'Pton. B,l,ouneM. Jaund.ce. Headache. The eloping coachman industry, far UtitlC STUDY. . ; ArabraeUc. comes upon them. If they had time to lifeboat Al' honor Is du h.s mem ry by She had taken thirty RUiHC i or some hard brush, w.th frequent aptj the most!" e"e"tlioroupl.' lauaht bv raall. Ctreularafree. from active among tho be3t American examino their Bible, if they had ti'.va Xr. seafaring mm. as "well ns by landsmen. NE. plications of the liquid, used at from families, is thriving In other fields. consult with thoir friends, if they had How many b this invea-tojjTf MCQOIBT WI1X Tin. Ton ITS BErCTATIOy XII. 110 degrees to 125 degrees Fahr., and, 1050. Chinatown in San Francisco is A.N.K-- E. time to delitorate, they could st.iad In after invention was for fear of getting too hot, not above by a sonsatloa which in it way it; but tho temptation came so sud- - imurpvijd, and one, day there was a pertho degree last mentioned. We arc now p is as big denly a curoclydon on the Mediterrafect Ibe'Korthumbrland, ready episode. ns was the 4 ready to dip, which, after tests aro nean, a whirlwind of the Caribbean. One at Ramsgati ..Th being ready, merchant, Lean a Him, a rich Chinese made, is to be commenced slowly, and had beautiful daughter, Ah awful surge of temptation, and they perto tost it the crow cara out and leaped on continued till all the ilock aro dipped. Sloy, aoJ fourteen. Lom Ah Hop was a ish. Aad o we often hear the old story : the gunwale oa oaa sjde to sea if the boat profligate Cnineso Rushing sheep through a vat to seo how "I bade't seen my friend in a great many would upnet; it was impossible to upset it. Wongin Toy aidedyouth and his friend him. Lem saw Ah many can bo dipped in a day will only years. We wero very glad to meet Ho Then, amidsl the Moy only to lovo her and, dfoguisod as atusas of excited thoudouble the caro and expense of attendpart of beauty; said I must drink, and he took mo by the sands, tbat boat was hunched, and it has a cjitchmsu, he got into Lean film's :. 't j. ing to the flocks, while tho chances are butjt is part. Every lady arm and pressed, mo along, and filled the gono and cams, picking up a great many liojo. Ah Moy, romantic and silly as an ny? And that lovely, long, white, thin that the disease will continue to infect girl, encouraged hor disguised yacht the Ileen? What pretty names! Do American cap until the bubbles ran over the edge, of tho shipwrecked. But may. have pose Mustang Liniment onljgopi! I havo to tell you suitor, robbed her father, eloped with they name them after their sisters or or least, what the sheep and all the work must be done aad ia as evil raomsnt all my good reso- -, graadw.Iauaching, and from Lem and by an affldav.t that sho was their friends, Mr. Smith? again. After treating, they must be looks like it. for horses? It is for inflammar'f JatioB were swept away, aad to the Magnolia tho of Word came up eighteen yeirs old got a license and Mr. S. Yes, generally after their friends taken to a range where they have no of God and my own soul, I felL" that a world was hearda. But it end here. Bali! both freshens and tion of all flesh. ta' . rocks. In was infected sheep, and be fed with salt and baaK oa theof hjavea U an mnrrieJ. a"ter Lem didn't ills friend, Sisters very seldom havo pretty names Hlin got Or the story Is: "I bad hard work to sup-- i the presence of ths ani Y. I Have you a yacht, Mr. Smith' pnentatsi sulphur in proportion of one part sulbeautifies. fail erring child, and lolged th sljfpertwy family. I knew that by one falso theHe-bo- t of the 'world's redemption aacured Mr. but I am building ;,,e ,"10w adventurous pair in Jill. An American phur to twelve parts salt. Sheej oao deception, by oae erabezzle- - wasIaunAoJ. Itshoji Mkyby . L. And what Is her name? jtiVts or silk nml three iwunils' worth at lirudtr oft tho gold in ccurt will give the ou.ragel p trout hli it, I might spring out free from all u;y sands amldtt Iflugc Fxclianac Mr. S. She hasn't any. 1 thought The rerence. JtALMAGE'S SERAlOtf. mo so fiercely troubles; but the tsmptatigiuCtW1 that T ak." ,!. 1S-J- e a lla BELIEF I - after-growt- howli-lcniorcuT- Y -- -- 1 i. . . 1 , to-ni- ht stay-at-hom- e Sarsaparillian Resolvent Dr. Radway's half-grow- n. time-honor- ng lost-.the- lr !j ht -- . f &Go. ... 5. Kus-sia- -- . to-nu- ht r ! si-ci- al mMBk I wm$nr Mii-mliii- i. , 1 . daiuOATARRH sea-fnti- bj-T- " g a one-hal- sea-capta- s. -- lull r. :acree-abletonm t'H t :dl3--e'-'i- Frightful Case of a Colored W3an. " ht , 'cr-whe- sit-thore- , y5 li- hand-orga- u, Ml n. ng ht , s. 1 y, care-full- eye-open- li - T; w , LlVIvSTOCK-Cattlc-Coiuuio- nVl Y" XTV-r l m i.i Whcat-Ixjngberryr- ed -- 43-- 6 well-dresse- d 1 sb-.rocf-nn- , l. i MjMMJMDM d good-looki- 1 i. kf-tll- k nt AKt-nt- U i - al IFRAGES LIQUSO &LUE .. Sj g al if heaven-plercingoui-c- ry Ijml-lti-fl- ii'id act Jt ht easy.-Mrs-- miza ht light-hous- es too-prou- d f I" y m Zsj AWARE Light-hous- e, e, iv iIT1-- 1 H,T"" Machins life-Le- XL'K CTery-da- y 1 A- un 1- tlje-tncit- stiver-war- e y. hiiV storm-cloud- Va-O- U t!- - Plain-Deale- r. b. i mm&m aei tLtlaIfrni 1'eBUM-nV.p- ea BolE-kecping- bhort-hac- Iivas.-hotsve- u. daysat life-bo- at con-vulse- d AW'w AzmEl mbrXM.mk!Z life-bo- a, MorisiuI-IIuolsca-n- Clear Skin a a is,ny Did you SufH it; at out-ragt- ag dry-doc- ks 1 SXo anr. i.nnas. s!L of 5 . Si Jt :: "kVt. . I I ' t ":'4 l?S36iJ rt trrv i. . - ? T3i. J- - .. rf. o ?&& - i I $fc r- vr j. & if . ra& i XH "' ' ItBM - Tna?faiittrEtaaiaiMir: ti I . If I'. i - LOCAL NEWS.- hom.e of Mr. Abe Btar,rieit $Stlio, Tilt) Great Fight ia New lork- CITY'jraEMS. 'tSK djSrm-ori!io campaign as projected in vk who lives near Ciayto'QJnpn n county, Tonn., t3iindjhrififtjkt. Siw York promises a square, NEW 0, Tiiej undertook to prissf tlra:t' bland up fight between Democracy All heart Cyprra Shingle, s in oft' the window, jinUtbmiPBe im iioimunwjEin. isaclt party Osrpets, OU Clotl and Ru tvery re'pcct, kept constantly on hand, ters aroused Mr, Siu.i.tcbl atU jpiily t,u'" ' " tuny rogutiienug a, tjeap,at fend for aalo at lowe! price. BOCIIANAK Ir. S. got hi- 4otrMt, ;.tilid o ' .M strength. The Independent scptll H. iiLCIUNAN. ''.' vj8, who supported Mr. witue me; v..re yet fat jt . Brynu, Brown Kl.oe 0s.Blu .Mid bf.inso of Mr-- Blaine's M2S.Z..OK pounds of tobacco the window, and could & ?, ji. iti ))$& fed nnwoitblnesa.-ftnnpa- f tftibbon Shoes ar M.o wanted br Usher k Barry, at Fallon, but Having r one load ? " ..UMf"" I gnoe ever pnt up A.-for which the htgheet nisrktt price will b dined to sboo;, evpecthiir t::e 'nriit' with the tteimhfittir, tlHW' paid in cnsh. HiI ket xieaded bv Ira XfeaVmArt. IpaiAvtft nii s ix. M i n nvftDI .. .. bers to efiett an cnlmatU JKvSeu i...i iv.ui.c r. A a.A Hnv vnnr rhililron V.'Oflr, IrUtUVi ilU r",T l tiu HIUIO CFlSj.vPca- - i hi will no doubt jrfvo it their trm T' you call aud stock of iincy l)r' 010005 and Court of Claims convenes tion. TJte noise of tk J3fi5cd!s"PPOPt- Oatho other .band, ike them and vour sho? bills wiujil&i Coptic- - , on wliioh Wo seo dilr superb will guaranteeltosave yoii family, however, frijrhtenr.rlSem. ol"'at"n of Gov. Hit! Benis to greatly reduced. T.w can ) Monday week. they-flod- . back t, tho panv or- - found" only at II. liuchanaa and Th next ffam:l''',v.0 Tho Union City Fair will open some neirn'ore temporary wal- - Don't bay any other, im'il youbnva 3TliQWu-i;,tl!rn on the Gth of October. try tor eideuces as tq the1 u'lu.i.s. Aaicraany aiuituc Uonn-t- seen the Blue Ribbon 8ii.)e. Wt5KE&&. DtPiocrcy and Ue Irving Hull S President Cleveland continues one, and finally arrested ssBp ciovl have become more harmo- - Apple VAA(rar Tnt frr llw r if to behead, officially, the republican ed colored man. The cohjreuwa-firs- t IX I W V affirmed his iituo6euso,ut mous than Hrer before. What j country lsf for maki jiukM. ot " bangers-ou.- f) isr re CoCITI-- ' S after a time cojjfce,ed that 1 J&l1 lae JJeocrauc.lek6t is to lose Kt WSSmBBS Efeil Eldor J. II. Harper will preach two other r.ojro men. tberetnrn of tho In- wko'i' bj rei..ou of to at tho Baptist church, Sunday named, were the guilty dependents their party doce We vnil tasrrant ovr ( ons. S- .. . morning and night. .t,1Ilsiactoriiy a)pear from the Boot awl 8,'kk. sequent inveeti'mtiou, T'u i 4 iHHIH 'ilHiiR ' WH: u was llrent ftom The corn crop of this section as wo are informed, p"rd e'tTlim ' yTnrn-m- . thoileetion retnrns lst will be much below previous cal- any doubt, that Le vas not r ptxk of Lailles Drcs Gooils, Plannels and Suitings, with appro Irr that tho voting strength of culations. nettii r.of tiie thr?e anl Trimmings to matcli, should baseen to bo appreciated. We have e Independent, though tnani Tirln.,.v The llickman bos factory is l;fftl. r,nirinl "aIc miss ou ncse goods - y b Sl,r?t 'aefero man, and" ic lostlv suffleient to turn the closely to be enlarged, additional machine- niied on th why at nuei Vv les in Uew York, wrs Ha on display r he onffgStiU!:xala' ced wonder i ry, &c. t two other i'n, ' no L'l''"s commensurate with of black Fdks, crime, imphc-atlnc&5 j i through tho lowing nnc ex- wltcn, as afterwards apncnrfil.!l,!tl1 lr'";OURti-ationThe work on the railroad ! other-?i'"" 1 n. Tlolrssof man, Reps and of tktension and now depot i$ progress- neither ..... - tItrso had kn&htu u is '' . t" ill are the best Saks c siti. '. iatcvo- - ' i:r.v ' 10 (10 WltU It, vui we pappoif cp. ing slowly but surely. . oaJy!-,- no tkn uet)Mt"A4; aec ouncd for.i tae sivPll99mli ci.i fated tby --tae laaii .9tokmn m rk ieHbHk.1.. . ea"c,t Tf to onr Arm Anil Tlirf iinifliur .ci W1" o. ronndalthat.:5:T5r-f.iH- n feSPPtlat iJBlllLlCR'OttSiWi'lin --v.mr - rtrjy!B r vjudgeQwsley nor Gen. Willmius K tl vu. v". a a uiu unui rnlfoonCaiiton Flannels, and ynttt wide Bleached and' .j e "" il3& .tfto ms&aEMmh ..Tr'TUOl n. vriirutj candidates for Governor. G10U of violence. yiI.ui" J m Sheetingjs afc5c per yard; Best Feather Ticking at 15c ; All "Wed sP "u" UiUS' i'muBiosuo in r . .tsji jm8)0Z's ? The rush has fairly commenced m and White Flannels at 20c. W e are prepared to, anu win giyejyuu is said of Davenport, Ihe cr ta"n tho pooplo throtpdul r ? i' et suppOTtot UQXemocratiotick- It v " ipvgMntatiV'o of a more at Buchanan's. The ladi' i are in co untry Republican nomiuco for governor TfkWIiAr are stirred ot abo Jtthopo ritipc rtiiir! iihncfnoiat." i.nmcrous eicasiotwoters'tlmt did ocstacics over the manilciit lind ot iNew xoric, mat no was never and henceforth will r.ofwait the "ot support fr. Cleveland, and of Dress Goods and Trimming? seen to laugh. process of law. but vrill shoo v.iio are now snnrroTtiiior Gnv. exhibited at this iopular I'ouse.i , 1 The railroad commission of quick and ,o kill, iajdoPjuae of. Hill, thau the en the" body of Who Made the Low this State io not satisfying the their homes, Republicans who may they all say that the goods excel people. It costs too much to supporot Davouport. In tho city all others in Hickman in elegance T E.Il xoxAn EsstorprSsJaV, Sellable Howac of Now York alono the present and cheapness. Don't buy until1 make a railroad assessment. other firm in the idace. thafl'anv . . caatfeays J.reliel Stato ticket will probably poll fif- you have ccn thciu. Moore 4 , .1 r. : s i5 .i i The Wingo "Purchase" favors unan. not& Iandrum Li.. TTT m., n Lair stitcic oi xooLwenr in ueavy aim jiuu guuus, ia uouipiw.-onlr to caVrv ih"fctol 'the bwt teen to twenty tliousaud moro sol- or eTornh'iae.'buf. to'.sfcurdftliP of a hofinir everything from the finest French Kid ibtLadlesi to tho Heav- OYSTERS! diers at Mayficld on tho 10th of for eurh arrclea ea have well Known merit, votes than were given to Sir. Cleveland. While the President iiut for Men's wear. Don't do yourself the injustice- to overlook with the jopIe, thereby and are October, or some later date. TUB freshest and bent Oysters by the lesft liai carefully abstained from any can, or Kerred at any henr, and ia any tnismat-reputation of iciqijjklvfajs Dry goods mcrchauts are com- auBtaiEin theand ever reliable: Having oiucial interference in his own way deaired, alwayn to be bad daring tbt enterpriHuig U r friends and the public generally, that mencing to enjoy a sploudid Secured the Aeencv for the celebrated Dr. State's canvass, tho Democratic present eesson, at tite WEariaounoo elock bf all kinds of Furniture, and nolicil thewe hat6 jnrt received trado of parties wishtrade. In fact all lines looking up King's New Discovery fqj Consumption, ticket will no doubt bo greatly The :atr3Baee of ladies eollcitpd, ami ing to buy. Vc am show ail etylda Of Farhitoro in plain and fancj. Ako, a fine lin era 'will eell it on A positive piaranlcj. Ic CT3 arrangement for their polite at somewhat. If you are not happy, will urely strengthened by .Mr. Cleveland's affection cro any acd every to ehow of admirablo administration of tho teiilioa. its your own fault. onr LACLEDE nOUSB. Throt, Lung", and Chest, snd peptll I n government. It is well underThe Xcw York Mugwumps coaSidenco we invite yoti to stood that ho approves the nomrJ'.trJtMKanio, the Wtrh taakcr, h support the Republican ticket this Trial Bottle Freo. inations and the Democracy of new located in Moore & Land rum's dai; tiuip because the Democratic nomfn Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styjes, The County Court of Claims, New York will naturally fool that Hjore. Hisfiktlland reliability has Uen Ve propoec to make oar priocs to mlt tho eplrf t cf tho Too tret inee is named Hill, ami can't part which convenes Monday wcek, low prices. We have everything your heart could desire. yon need never leave lour house to look for cheaper goods. tlmeo. propoaocm eell aore-IVe to u lote ti tho country looks to them to sus- proven, and hois located here permaneuuVlt and leading in . his name in the middle. i gUOU Li. :,. i our wraps uur stock is any retdil Furniture alre in the HPurcia8e. The Ladies are invited to call and examine JIIUIW. onght to build a bridge across tain their President. On the U BIWy LUPK.B Very respectfully, new, and we arc showing all the latest novelties, in short and long Gar- Mrs. Jane Ilongland and Baj oude Chien. Evory objection, w hole, thero is nothing discouraThe Latest 5r&", Xiectt and Cheap, hcretoforo nrfred.hosfb'oon remov ging in tho liow York outlook, daughters, Misses Minnie and incnla T. WILBURN & CO. at a most worthy aud deserving ed. Tho n.ouulatidn aboypu the f e party, so far as appears, has est L'idin and Misae Olvaks, SONS. Ithas ever been our intention to undersell, and if you will only try Usi SS?S.orc rooma ih new Odd Follows bulldioe. J. AMBEKli'S lamily, left Thursday, for Browns- Bayou may be sparse and poor, gained moro in voting strength irpllUlt we will convince you that we are doing it. fteiTAll klnda of nopalring.dohe oh ehort nolloo, and In o workmanaLlp etyle. Alsct rights as citizens than it has lost. The State is a 3nrl:iKRSn, the ville, Tenu., which place they pro- but they have we arc prepared to glvoepcclal inducements 03 km and tax payers, that oar Magi- very close one in strict party di- - cstabiislted s reputation us a skillful workpose making their future home. 8s strates ouirhV to respect. Besides, ision, and the advantage of pos- man second to no one in hid line, and hunThe cholera is gradually will evl dreds the general public, and ciijneu.s, of session is witii tho Dcmoerate. denee fer whem be hs drne rkMoore & in Spain, aud changing his reliability. Call at quarters to JSice, Palermo aud It must be admitted tiiafrHtelanau Their ticket is a very strong one, LaudnHR's. and we have all confidence that surrounding towns. King Hum- county gle-c-- , good bneges to they will carry tho bt&te. CHOICE lot of Corned SlscJ for bert has abandoned his proposed get to' hi: d frjra thekaountysnd So per poand, fit visit to Sicily. 7 C7 Mcae & Shaw's. neighborly Cfnirtenyiwdduty, outdp EfJ tj BSSssJoKary Tes. own Who ever know amnio to die? side of any legal right of oir We toili ptU a Owlish Sat on vov Tho ladies of the Hickman Mis. An authenticated case is reported. citizen?. sLou'd impel Qsr Magiand, Orts$ fo t utte of onr late stylo Mr. C. F. ITanborry had one to strates to pro' ido soa(i SJf itnd sionary Society will give a Stl; &, fit yxu tii!h a Cv&lom die last week, aged 32 years, 4 convenient crossing ofBayon da Tea, at Mrs. C. U. . w. this (Friday; ovemug, at ip. Made pair of Boot or Shoe, for leu months and 0 du3s,and was never Ohicn. .sa- - TjT i K. This .is a soeial gatUv'ring to mmejf than yon think we at. Qm unGt for use as much as one day WcKtlcrfa: VfWXUP, , which all ladies ore invited. Ko during her short life. ,.,. . .. ss as at,vii wiifrt iot W. D ,T . sio, wsoiAFaji irptlhtt ndWetsU charges. J. AJOJXHG'a SoKfi. sossi uoji K M C!M1!?.1"J " ifUH mi TTou. Bernard Xealc has l8on Drneelste of Kerne, Ga., y iVfij have iee:i Bellini' Dr. K enjjaged to edit tho Mttyfiald aiati-itoKkctric Hitlers aad gx3BiadiS9 ' $0WW He is a clever, forcible wri- r.t- - ior .iwb yeara. ti Hncklen'aVa Arnica. , The display of Hosiery, Gloves, power, r a iiave n.nnant-kj-1. Lr.lL.-k:.- ", vU-W-- if.i; MOL&aadi8js&clc4Uia.andAteo.FOlrtC if . will prove a valuable ac orit ter, and w"tAfiuu.vi-ij.? and L9 Waco- - : reah that eP ar weH, or MjrsrwHjh LW 7 Yr.V.f quisition to the press, especially ani serial catiefaedon. Thtro he can' outerwear, i nnn,xy., a iue We are now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surround at!UW-'aBEMin ready ability to dtSCUSS public 'Some wouderfat car e&eti ly lHe r.i.u- h'Us of H. JirfchaiK.il, i lie- - ftuiUtt lnfjroiauoii, a?f7 t 'or.liivj3, ' iug country and towns tho largest and best j itl.TJUUUfcS. in varietv an i r,,,ranct, ijroBomicelConsnniiftionhAreLaesitn-lrc'- r aH5l Moscow, Bty rt: ti v ru3 arc riJfcaloua.v Jov Jos. Smith, mail carrier be- -' cnri by u-- ot a few bottle- - f rkJ-rpn will sell for the next 30 days, FOR CASH, our entire stock, ot twoen Paducfih and Benton, as!i! ihsooverv, ufcac in wr ta fiil to see tlii eicant liu? jf jro jow a model fitting fkUhft gi r. e guarai found harirnmr thrca miles west ofl10"" giri'&wagSj Tm'waso, OXasswaite, "Wooden ivlvrc uayir.g. wwu xawf cw sw KC z Q'hr wn & Benton. He had cut his throat j ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pain6 in selecting Hwkat tSto., 2Sto. f w '(3 fatal eiTect, then climbed without q, epii vet our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, wg J. A2SBEBafS Sost. j simvw 4oyjErfe. n tree and tied a grapevine around mc Mtm?a,5i Appeal? assarts. 81 Kegs .Nails, can give extraordinary low bargains. Wo especially invite the ladies to 38 Heating Stoves, k Stoves, S& 2ol his neck, swinging into ccruivy. (aud prove by iigureR, imzBte1 Frora too WlnaevrgtHwia , 2zrs oa! Oil &ntk earn he hq m 27 Sugar Kettles, see our stock of 9 J Doz. Axes, keye Force Pump, BIBflHag rasu uiBeieit& ceioied ltlT passed very ww ltm asd go Four ycaW 1'A &. xviss, wagon, vows, z spring 'w Mr. James Austin, I'itieSj'oro rtzsUfctg to tl.elr yll6 J. ABsaa's So2WTO re u'h the Stiite Senate to eeH 1 Dwelling House. Cloaks, 2 Business Houses, Wagon, Clerk.of Graves county, is dead; The MOrUiy, Kys th --a&' so- ie cf ite State's interest in the JERSEYS, f. in , Hon. Peter Lyle3, .....;. I s.. m ?7. jr s -: N u.ti, ilDni.lIl . (r! ;j fj?ire ramtty uracer nfiM &hJ : IJaw- IT.Maui I rai ji And IruiQ among tho ?u r Itil fffflt..l Ui'i . avl - t DRESS GOODS, 2 of that county, fell m his mill, leans, JsiOwuc, iloctgv.r,c a low m -,i fin. ". :t tfifl to ' KonO. and Mt t niikv TRIMMINGS mid is not expected to recover; vannah, Charleston, 11 bovglil in y marhit. ra'44?& ill lht VltT. if unma frr-EMBROIDERIES, and the late novelties in LACE3, and 3fr. Bold, of tho firm of Big- Memphis and ah Souther 'njK5ties el .vse. We think the measure wa3 trptll.Ci lira rao J. ASOSBCr's ger & Reid, of Padacih, died at increases more rapidly J& NECKWEAR. eminently ipoer, and onslit tot Hot Springs, last week. &r eJ, on "SATURDAY 3STIGHT OR FEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." or ue coiovou uapuia- - hj. o paused both houses and be-- , increase una itpienoeu Jiore room uitntqn All goods as represented. Call and see them. & Seven men belonging to Dor-ri- s tion. The mortuary report ltUOft come a law. Under the old Inter- etreel, lately ccoBniwd by Aloxandertx: "w. three to five uc2 POQS (tin nal improvement law, the State Maxwell, dry good merchant, is for rec circus robbed four young men that from .:-:.. .,..." - .. n uau "!sj lit IIIVOU ElllfB bv u:iu ...ft lcr- - agreed to give as maehas any coun- ou reasoBabl ;ruv3. Apply to Ml persons indebted to above firm must settle at once, or the claini9 who got on the cireus train as it J5. T. ty or section of ihe State w ould apwas going from Frankfort to Lou- son. will'hc placed m tuohaudfiot an oineer tor collection propriate, at that time our section isville last Friday. After robbing J. W.C. &CO, i' ieit4 & SB1W an- - jel'.inj; 1WM they made them jump off the run- BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LADIES. u a notable to reap iho benelita of MU3E CHILLED ni nvn ilEND i JjU rtTj ning train, aud all wcro more or law iHid therefore we have for $7.60. Kow la lite time to bur ISS ilOLUF. JUDGB announces that the 5i SaxTf, .Ml less injured. her Fall and WinUr fitobkorIiiU- - never had a dollar spent in the way of internal improvement west Novelties, and JJotiosss We could name full ten gentle ncry Good3,ready tor inspeeiipHiqa? naw Burlitginic, i? The DBALBB XX? of tho Tcnueseo river. ojen anil p"rmanenlly in lltckuian; and if he tten of this district who have the lady of z$re tagto Judge is a young Xow our section is densely pop fixes your wateh, is always at houie to SgfS Congressional bee in their bonnet. and .experience, and will up" iwnbt this ulated, tho gravel road is almost a prove the reliability of Ida work. Next April will doubtless find feavin :i mIib hi in the naU fasclnato the . uecessitv. Wo can build thorn with IjCf 3DRTTGS, them prominently before tho peo- .nit as r aiainniliinnitv find hftt pmilia. with tllO State's money and dam- - Money saved by buying of, tasteful ite fjalivfinns of poods! ple. This may be unpleasant in and 'V.. vrork. The latcn anu moat ago VLAUT BROS. & CO" help artistic I telligence to a few, but thou it is fashiotir-bl- styles and grades of tjaoih liaVe ours that section none, and m- AND wonderlully. There urn All kinds of Dwinfefltants Oldoridef n0MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "Is the best,' .News. marked down PATENT a feet. Paducah been purohaseil, and pncea .dividnals who are ready to take Lime, fculphte of Iron, Carbolic Acid,' refiuires but a stroke ot the pen and a little printers inK; to DaCK up tne )'A'l..'Vany iossible Uznff& "Tho Purchase," Hon. Henry to the lovet pnt favosa shafirol public the State's interest in tho Turn- Chloride of Soda. For ila at thanks for COWOILL'S Drug Store? .claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e - George's now paper, printed at patronage isroUcitetl foflXll pike?; therefore it will not hurt .nlc- m'ni ibirn iitfomnf. fn cbnw- - in rlinf vnziinnt flttx smrAu oa lin them; wo will bring the money Wingo, chuck fall of news and MEDlCIMESi; 3 ringing with sensible editorials, is it in gravel Dott't forget that ST.traon'a & Ilaag 68" "Not this evening, some other evening," is wbt4hejway when The circus in Hickman,.' Sat- hero and KEWING MACHINES keeTpHniie best'1 to give any solid reason for their claim, that Hol' Cholera recardi nr cnarantuedls IiSTTS office. This is urday, was propounccd-ijfiwelcomed to this tflnie roads, which will pay tho Stato as atop the Cholera among hogs and keep as&d This a good way for people who keep they goooVand wish inferior is youugost papor in Western tho best "ring performance" in well as the unrnpikcs have. C0fds. the A.3STU them Irocs taking it, or money reiunu&i1 A tdjjiakc them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Kentucky, and tho Courieti, the Hickman for many years. The at oA.3TXK by oldest, extends it a hearty wel- - tendance was noA large. oosiB.to J.W.COWGILL, Urnggist. & Ki FGHAMAN'S cemo. --loorx.dvortiaintr, DQi:ha3. ' U clanxetV wcro .. j.- - . . ' nerfec't iit- The "United States fs making of theatlaches,it false change and it at;t6thinir for Men. Eovs and- impormni 10 siupncrR n: fc Fttrmcrs. caught in giving eoramoudable efibrfs to prevent such crooked- - tmnslacthjs, and Children, 1 now complete. This MUSE & SHAW announce to the public etc- -, GoAc, e thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate 9&L0W PRIGESfQA e.o A, &c. from the introduction of smnll-po- s some excitement- ere atedL Whet magnificent"line otiGoods is far su- -. mat they arc preparetl to handle any ar.c Goods. This is the point and escence of this disiburse, Canada into this country. Men will people learn not ataa nammmamtmmmoEam perlor to anythingin fi.:a part of an liiiiuH 01 jiruuuce tor rnipmeni Dy riv Peri-ibvou b makes horse sense instead of mere blowine a bout it. or rait, opeciai attention ctven to J s have beon appointed to board eu m tins wayr . the couutry and will be Fold much shipment of fruits. All know what good ' URN1TURH is, and perhaps you doa'itlSfou want VPnMHftioos filled at any hour, day oralght, Blng night bell after 10 o'clock entrus trains that run into this couutry r. i to their care will have prompt altcntfeti thlftesjt give me a calland will show you. can bo found ijfo&d&r' on tho Canadian side and mako a --The French" Canfdfans of ' cl!caPer I Will keep way where. Call and see these btauti- - on hand. plenty of barrels and fruit be tea thorough inspection. In this fflnf. Iijam also agent for the Diamond Sewing Machine, the 3B--. it is hoped to prevent its appear ful riot and mob, Monday, tearing j ful 9oods before buying and be lades friend. ance in onr IS orthern btates. the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du down public building" clubbing convinced. The irreatert variety of Ladies an I ifBa . 'If. B. I -- J a -.1.. UiliUU T?.. .f.nl. Ojl..a5 rri. iMVif m Shew, at I'LAUX'rf. warranted. If faiHo plicate CSri 0 W PRICESr&k Customers politely served on short no- The Rev. Sam Jones, tho great U1U tlli'jil, 0." J.UU ...it.' Georgia evangelist, lectures in was incited because of&n' order j Tll9 GaptUTO of Osuar Smith. give Hatinfaotioa aiioilier pa'r mil he giv iice. store across tne street lrom riolcombe s new drug store A1m bOPIlAW ormonev refnmktl McKenzie, Tenn., Oct. lGth, at 3 Dr.ATrtHo w.u.i a.,. a - ... ....Miilf Respectfully, Ed. Cotjhier: r. M. His lecture is for the ben-ei- t tho citizens, to ehecka'snian-po-Bng Inasmuch as all the newspaper ed. W of McTyere Institute, aud the epidemic. The FrenclilSvd "the old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of reports Do yon want a THRIvjHIXG admission fee is one dollar. Wo lish of Canada tailM,eo3eIi capture in regard to tho recent ENGINE, MILL, STEAM of Oscar Smith, have fail are advised that this is tho only other. SOKOniTM .MILL, COTTON GIN, CORN ed to propoiiy mention tho c time that ho will appear in West 3 CRUSHER, or anything services and valuable help liae? If vou do, co to in the machinery MUSE & S.IA.W Tennessee, and that the railroad H. BUCHANAN! gh en by Mr. William B. Haskins, aadgcttlteir prices. They "re agent Sir fere will be reduced, &c. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware . Has fitted .ij iiiiii-- riifi'ii for his fai.xiix or Jiississippi county. Ark.. the Ki&KRiami, Ferusou & Cos, jKiCDtne-r- y ... friitfji w which are offered at 'Ford Ward ..UH,',wu"l'.'",,,r Ploab and Www. '' inl good deputy, J os. Dean, and and Mill Supphss. mm WW & ?i i er. who ruined the (irants, threat- - ,. citizens generally of that JT ?:Z&hn the Ruehlou's Snle. ens to mako a full exposure of tho Ladies of du0 Tki BibtSalvk Antic world for Cutej Hickman asnrr?nml- in the basiness of tho late firm of Grant - llliiuill, v'" ut LUJ biltllU Brnbwti, Sorea Ulcerfi, M t SUCCESSORS TO & Ward, which will astound tho irr nnnnffT "J trtll UIIU CS!iUl Messrs. Iiaskms and Dean did Sores, Tetter, Chapped ill Rheum, Fey"" """" "S superb and lt Hands, Chilblain.'', this ofKin-- j everything 'in reason, not pablic He claims that he has tlrt the count- - Corns, nnd all Skin Eruption, and poli 01estftfr as Very lowest tie market justifies. All good guaranteed to & scape-goa- t of, aud sian Circulars, .Newmarkets. Jack-- 1 j,, money, tuno. or danger, and lively enres Piles, or 110 pAy reqnirod. , It been made a represented bC that certain men of prominence ets, arc., before buying! Theyiare gttVo its noble, bravo andiudispen w guaranteed td give perfect 'htsitigfacihn) jDHjfi.3L.BrtS I3ST rr nmr refnrMlui. !'r mnli nir k. are the real rascals. tne mo?t eiegant littingIGarrncnt fcablo help. KeapectlnHy, .4 Jflfe, box. PoTSaleatMOOKEALANDRTliiS DRUGS.MBDICIHES, BOOKS, STVTIOVARY, and School Bttpplics. in this section of countrv niMwili Mat. Adas, Jr. has com A larce sand-ba- r 4 Fancy ClOODd, TOYS, and PICrORES, DRUGOISTS arcjJcJQs menced forming at the lower wharf be sold at prices-t- fiuMtheiy14- SUNDRIES. PAINTS. OILS, The Ohio .campaign is getting: s 'AGENTS FOR TUB WHITE SEWING MACHINE. extending up m tront ot mo Tho resignation of B. red !iot. Both oandtdatos are ou 25cts Lower than tiie Lowest WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. portion of Hickman. Tho e The htet roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed 20 years the fear has been Floruit!" n f f lltlll l.lill 1il.I 11UIlir.ll in the raging stump ad and will v 1 h7e ao clerk expsasaa no store rcn ' past R..M0ORBcBhafbandat Dr. FARIS' Office, io attend night callo at Mocrc& The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spemeet in joint debate this week. pay sash fer all iay Groceriesand Xai that that vip.itiitv tni'rlif. !? o in the i.:TcwMoxico was ,.occaSoneil'-b- , .. :n i.tit. r as chvap aa herer ea sellof Wittenbergthe eoeap Lanarnm'a. Correspondence solicited n:aiwi,ana tiiOiUnfafoo11 cial inducement. river; the nest 20 the tear mny" andjan at. B?t brauda Caps, at of tho climate toihjstcpd- Ladies Seal-fprevail that it will be cut off from "ess US sentg cbocrr than tbiSb t.ar FJour. .?. B. BREVAE,D SB.. KESOBXDPTIOISrS A. H. BrciUKAJt's. j vui. lae river oy a sanu-uar- . CYPRESS-SHINGLE "Aa4wfcfcBBBv '4pp "NMsfcBB-,"- 4BB"mfcfcB2rr!rr3Zrrrzrcrrrrrr -- -- first-clia- 1 - Dii L ht - ilad w v -- 1 k J . "?- '- "3 : I "St -- .' - " OF y Hg avca sfal - o& 111 kol". i . A -- -- Pte i -- -- -- ' i vry i&lsfOu--- AUBIVIlfG 1- - "-- I T 1 . . , 5"ic . ...'.. v. . . THSY ALWAYS SUIT! -- .IBaro. 3f"t C2c2, c - valaHBM , .v - -- " ? -- - .h LOwlaSi . sbio: Prizes? T t.- - re-unio- n - . siKM-iiil- J t . TtadCMdaear's R d U Ed-d.- e, ! Watch-make- r, dig-appeari- MJBKAJXBER MAXWELL. LS 51:s-sioiui-ry Ilab-bnrd'- s, -- mse-w -- .1 r. iW I Adwt"1S,36bc ifSWFafeiafe jk :t-- !3t S? S? B I ms hlGi 5 ?' - i -'''- -"fc, N sm . vvi. EY .. -- are. pee-plY- -- er-CIrcu- it rp-o- -- t s T ; i ysEBm ii " & aftato rse - - I v . a . , .- tr- a j- - - at , -- --k - t,i-ft.o- ' J" al UV ' at --j- T viii y . f- -- I S.- - i nl S8 Sog 1BTBIOT j. coKiviA.isr co. -:- J. AJfBEEG'S SONS.. J. W. COWGILL, Wnteh-'nake- r, Joea-le- sale-3Iis- 3 tl T -- -- . T I . 1 giSfe e EASx Trusses -- -- NEW SOME re-inve- st : -- f v r bailor-mad- e, G, TJALiITT light-runni- ng alo-hav- V mmmm r - a a first-cla- ss toibo-cheat- i else--vr,.rr- .oi n-n- rn fi,,?,,",, ! e 1 -. SUg&VIABEiE! re? f- x , otll-cie- nt I t.1 ,Sr.j;il ? - i , 'J 7 tW0t0Zk 'Jkaidiiia,, 11 clt-gantlne 1 T. I. inOKTTJjsrE OUTE 0lfe PRICE, ?r ousi-see- - - Ba. w ..? Aan,Sf -- v a a . i Fsse. - y . - ur SPECIALTY. $ HM , . ... j.. ' K. '4 ', S3 M lJr r . J m a!2ii SOM ' -- V ri " iT 1 iL L4 " .u r i?.-- 3 A s ""JaSiuP GOODS HAW, ill - N 10EDER Has now received his full stock of FALTj AND WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete in all departments. These Goods were bought before the late Big Eise in prices, and they are all iirelass Goods and will be sold at lower prices ihanwii be found at any other house in this section of country. He has completely outdone all former purchases in quality, price and style. Recollect this house dtscoutns all adveftiscd prices. BaJiAW u nacsaa azes v.1 liJ.UL,trwgt5Uiavagperm,,; nwr.-irs- : MM iiz ilKiXZt IHS HIGKMAE QQUBI2B. fIS KENTUKCY LOST TO ALL REGARD FOR JUSTICE?- - Ka t. ! i. N : i Tho following, ja copied ,""-- ' from the N. Y. Telrgraph, applies union of tho veterans of Gen? ife D. G. PARK, WHAT IS CIVIL SERVICE with a Parrot gun A Confe338MurdorGr Escapes' Grant's old regiment, tho Twenty? force to many REFORM? 33ecause of an $3 Fee. "' msuiiinoiH volunteers, uugnuncrf jgfQJtmSK AT &A.W, places we know: primary' scssioii last night with a ., .. "A printer atooil ' T l . i a1 rcu rt desk of - - K7. Is it a Betterment of Affairs? a business man tho at tho day and FromU Princeton Danncr.l ai wuicu vjoi. T.. uram waaprcs other ent and was accorded a vcrylijgari J SjxxUl totb" iMrunco unrsa, isvv. noticed him using lettor mid bill iElIer.Iissouri Eopnblican of one tv TCCOptioU. sin response tO 10 ' out ofp Washington, Sent. Thoro, heattB yftgJiJo had MEfoaM of at nv Uhi woMr cnul of tbe fusing JnittfcUilS5.c?uBtiC6 Ai.pcl- BpOCChOtlldWOolO A ,nmnrt.nl,1 'certainly can bo no excuse now Isovr Yoilcdr UufihJo fiosuo. gitjj ,nforn 0" ..nn - n,n """ said: "I don't intend to ma -;in the . for any imsumlerstnuuing ns to tho printer, who was a customer: T i5u X" Courts of Keutuoky. ' for have the President's attitude on the "What would you think of me if cnmnml correction yesterday mor--, Jraiiedspeech, lhlic Italkor not bVor Eef.18-l- y x hliV( a e reform. I should go to Xcw York and b subject of !n:? Y';-- c u a lV wu ;uu,a, hero a document that I would like His letter to Mr. Eaton states the a line of good3 for myself and imuuiuu lur uuiu uiuuiieu mui tho last num. A. & R. T. T LER caso clearly, and shows not only family!" The merchant replied: in tlA7RfAtivnF irMitiiL-v-. wnn ' "" .""" . '"" it is my latucrnpon maueri I that ho is in favor of roforni, Imt "I would think you a fool when I arrested t, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, d h J that he cordially approves of the know you get tho same goods just charging lum with being a lugitivo,;, bofi,ro been made public present law as a means of attain- as cheap of mo and also aid a from justice. The warrant was' A ....,.., .. th wit, niOKUAK, - - - KENTUCKY. ing that end. ITo is, therefore, an When tho printer sworn out Dv sergeant .Joiin vou as his first companions, am 'ILL attend to all buslntsa cntrubted Eatonian, a Pcudlctoninn, in tho called his attention to imported Uurke, chief of dotot lives on a as he always spoke of your regi to tlicir care. fullest sense that cither word may letter and bill heads, thojnerchant telegram from Kentucky, statinjr meat with Office Furniture Factory. i affectionate iutcrcst, nov8.'78 ho applied to the subject. coughed and walkcdjbohind the that Greonway was a murderer, ia fitti bbonlll bo t'lu lhat on" a customer. and as! smg for bis arrest nndde-j- , Vis If there has over been any canso counter to wait words to he;U. to doubt the honesty of President And tho same merchant, just a day teution When the arrest wiw,Thi . w, t , wlroto upon thl (l L. the Kentucky authorities before, asked Cleveland as to the much talked, him froo pufftho printer to give made promptly notified, and re- pi.gi's j. uuiu jiciu : a about his big stock wore ATTORNEY Af LAW feel that wo aro on the cvq e and little understood, of new goods. When bills from plied that they would get a requi of a new em. where thcro is to hi ' laws, his letter to Eaton puts his paper mill and typo foundry came sition anu send lor tuo prisoner, great harmony between the Ioduullol'w-L- ' " . position beyond all cavil or possi- in the printer thought of these Greenway has m tho meantimo orals and the Coutedcrates. I llllllVlUAM, ble misrepresentation. What is things. Local bankers, bakers, been in jail awaiting the extradi- cannot stay to bo a living witnea Kg- - Will attend promptly to all busl dry goodB merchants,, millers, tion. Onorcmarkablo feature of tho to tho correctness of this prophoj ncq entrusted him in BouthweHtert meant by it; and is tho President grocers, druggist and other busi- case is that the prisoner whon arand Northwestern Tenneseoo right or wrong? Is tho law right ness men should think of above rested admitted his identity, ad- sv. nut l tool it wiunn :no ma; n Kentucky 8peCittlatlentiongiTentothein7eBiig is to be bo. The universally kind mitted that he murdered tho man feeling oxprcssed for me at a timd lion of Land titles, and the purchase or wrong? The law, iu brief, pro facts somctiuios. f Jan8 Bale of Ucal Estate in Kentncky as stated in tho mfjg. poses tho appointment only of . charge against him, and has con- ViilUII IL WHS Buppubun lll.il. vauii qualified men to certain offices, and ovrumo i Thai Iszquirj-tuuiu juuvu tinued to amit his guilt from the iiH.) the beginning nij i.iai answer! me of the their qualification to bo ascertained A.. jA.. Tho peoplo determine at an elec- timo of his arrest to tho presonti in T of. lirs lirvvn nfnc.ft !' TIjo o.v by personal examination by a com- tion whether or not a certain doc- time, and when brought bofore PHYSICAL AliD SURGEON, pressionB of these kindly feeling! ument, which is laid beforo them, Judge 2voonnn yesterday morning wore not restricted to a section ol mittee of experts before their KENTUCKY HICKMAN, names can bo considered by the shall bo tho supremo Law of the ho admittod his guilt in opou tho country nor to a divieion o! PPHim hia Prnfnq?nnnl RftrTlCeB tO State; iu other words, whether it President, or the appointing head ; shall be the constitution. Padu-ca- court. Claiborne, tho prosecuting th rtiniif. Thov p.imn from iiv the citizens of Hickman and vicinity "Col. l!iiln?il r'ili7.ni nf H Tintinii.iSf janlG-'8- 0 and further, that such appointees News. attorney, moved that the prisoner tiej, from th shall not bo removed during tho" Tho Courier .asked, .the S"ows bo discharged for the reason that Protestaut,all denominations th tho Catholic and term of years to which they arc to point out "the insufferable the Stato of Kentncky refused to Jew and from tho various socle Claibornostat appointed, for partisan reasons. evils" imposed by the picsent con- sond for him. .1 Col. ago t.. Cl ?. '. ties of the land scientific, oduca - .1 I'll .1.1. tuo cuuriu t;.,.,n uiiii iuw uiiys religions or otnerwificft This last only applies to 700 to stitution, such as should impel a .,.... i " tics did not outer into tht. , i Groceries 800 of the S0,000 oflices within tho peoplo to revolution, and the kt.u i.iii.iiCi yiiitt uu.u.ui.Luii iima'i ni.ii.Lpr at nil. T nm :...! not , v ... . ..vv nnl!Rti.gift of tho President. Tho objec- abovo can, hardly be considered r a vif A u,v. T T "lJ-ASD ALSO, ouoiiffh to fiunnoso ail this siirni IE , a Neta, Seine?, Lines, JIool, and alljldnd m .:;u.t. t' tions to tho law nro : an answer.' Tho riakt of revolu u.:u uo imu rnauo app.u-auoj6vi-(ivcl ;u y u bar ' Tackle "'Urbeitvw I --..3 bz ..dec:. IJ ui of Oroccriea and and Suj kii, at a gea 1st. That it tends to build up tion is not questioned; but are uu'u" Family Supplied IU.' V!V;iT.A .. Il-xr..,gain. t.. , Ktr .T an aristocracy "of .tz i a tho jniovanccs. the ecu v. . . i .. saHi- - criiiir tir inoiiiiiri: c mr i t. mi ..i very" bloody aud a vory costlw erally. w ' class not dependent upon the cient? tion of Groeuway. Tho Governor WTA? finft atIrk rt flirt AthAP liJ voice of the people, but dependof Kentucky had acknowledged , ,.:nM An i.o.. v,is Saddlery aijd Harness ent only on a stereotyped examithe receipt of tho application for jL.of?oro ;tocmj( b(J b Jlt nation and tho favor of a few Jxe ItftumQituJs ISevoIi. ...oiuiuiauiuu, uui JMiuamu i.u wy. r . " friends at court. 5Wfc WorU j' ,.. anu tho nam o until too of 8 w.xs Fran the h .. 4.,.i .i .t,. ..,,. ....g,.. 2nd. That applicants can bo Eastern Eoumolia has rofolted Jlrat )aid. Neither lit-c (l--; . ohcriff) ' ji;ioiiouti Hiao, itv..f,.v v.. maiicr PUIMSER & FARRISS, was no .. . ?i? tested as to qualification by a com- and by a bloodless revolution has Huriuoiuinionues 01 ais oonuiy i ,lM, , w. fr , 4 mittee of experts, and at the same upset the Turkish rule ma single ' i'l nay the 6 eay-- l JajtJno St., opposite Courier Office . ,fi rcprosentativo of that eide of , ,. .i Jk : i,n time held amenable to the voico of Saturday afternoon. The Governor-Gen- : ." - - - KY. WICSZAX, the controversy it is a siguacani the people as expressed through eral, . V..W...W.. STtii (Wltltvniff fi Gabriel Pasha" Ohrcs-tovic- .tllll Clliib liltlUlViV V. tUn 'AiifnJnr. WELL selected etocfc ol Saddles and political parties. and they , inatalloil July 3, 18S-iia would not bo h fa g SIIamefl. New wort made to order. jd d h r not only pla- prisoner, and submission has been would not conio issued prisoner. 3rd. That the law for tho I'r&sjpt attention given lo ces offico-holdeabove the voice made to tho Prince of Bulgaria, and ho might bo released. Col.jt,,ft ftV CnnUn , ' '4,i Mi IiIl.U.ft tJl laKIJP of the people, but forces thorn to Alexander, who appointed the Claiborne said, nnder tho circum VV f'A AVUII E E i5 A K S J3 bo nondescripts as to politics, or President of tho hasti'y formed stauces, ho could do nothing fnr-tho-r, continuo to the end." A general Amen!'' went np of finy kind. He has secured the ?rvlcy hypocritB if they have an opinion. pro visional government, M.Stra and asked that tho prisoner from the audience, and then the! of tbat well known nnd excellent work man, Uncle Cob FarriR., which of itself his special commissioner and bo discharged accordingly. quietly adjourned. guarantee of good nnd faithful work. "Judgo Noouan said that ho re- meeting of a popularepresentative. Oat Stop Ioeal Legislation. apr21 tion of 800,000 iu Eastern Eoumc-ii- a cognized the position of the proFifteen hundred local acts passnoarly 000,000 are described as secuting attorney as correct from It is thirty years and morosinco ed by the last Legislature, each Bulgarians, while the resident his standpoint, but that ho would SpceJnl KoJSco. concerning only a few persons, Turkish population is less than not discharge tho prisoner bnt re- Czar Nicholas, disensdiug tho oven Allporaans irwlebted to tho firm of Don occupied so much time that most 200,000. This tq oik. doubtloss mand him to jail for thirty days then old Eastern question with durant'fe Drcwry, will please come forward matters of general importance has been long in preparation and longer. Ho hoped for tho good tho English ambassador at St. at an earlj day, and make eettloment. were neglected. Tho members ex- was easily accomplished. The sig- name of a sister commonwealth Petersburg, alluded to Turkey as Office at E. Collhii' drug storo Alozauder cused their neglect of general nal for tho rising camo from that thcro was a mintakc some- "the sick man,'1 whoso death could AMtxivcirfl old stand. & PREWIIY. BOXbriUNT whoso eslegislation with the plea that their and is said to have been in- where, and that the authorities had not he far distant and to Uickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. he divitate would then havo constituents demanded attention spired by Russia. not voluntarily allowed such a misto their local bills. Each, having Nevertheless it is just possible carriage of justice. Here was a ' ded among various contesting discharged the duty with which that this little Ilonmelian revolu- man who was indicted for murder claimants. .Nicholas has long ago HOW TO SAVE he was charged by his homo peo-pl- tion may make trouble for more in tho Prst dogrce. He confessed been gathered to his fathers, his overlooked the duty ho owed important powers. Tho Sultan of his identity for al We are Wholesale Headquarter hi3 guilt .in open son has followed him to tho land to tho Stato at large. It should Turkey demands the enforcement court. Saidand court: "I will of shadows and silence, changes grades of tho bo understood moro fully by our of tho treaty of Berlin. That givo the Stato of Kentucky a lllit. UOUllliUll Lil IJIIU'U VI M klljll .ifniTMu !iunP!?fl ipnniinn ..J PtfiiB? l'jaayvy iiit legislators that they are treaty, made July IS, 187$, created further opportunity to get this he never so much as dreamed ; yet lwaaW, 03V&MU for tho whole people, and as Eastern Houmclia, as the eatno confessed murderer and take him "tho Pick man" Btlll defies death and will job to dealers only at Factory priceqaUo the sack occupy a position of mnch treaty did tho principality of Bul- and try him. I will not be a party and the doctors, and hia estate greater importance than that of garia, and it loft Eastern Koumelia to turning loose in this community 7rtnf1i lint finifn oa lorrrn nn if Bsslu aai Sncnw Iiowa mm, tinkering with turnpike charters uudor tho direct political and y a murderer. It is ab- was is largo enough to excito thej ftbjjbcat in the market. Wo also ieep envy and jealousy of nnecrupu for their respective counties. tho Sultan, giving control Every citizen has a right under him tho right of fortify and defend horrent to tho common humanity. Ions neighbors, anxiously await- iconatantly on hand a choice selection ofi to I can not boliovo that tho authorithe constitution to ask for any d tho frontiers and to keep troops ties of the State of Kentucky aro ing tho inevitable dhhfon. Ilo-ceFAMILY GROCERIES, s legislation, bnt the events in Bonmelii havo un- - r WK& to all decency and regard , tho assent of so thero. And are not obliged to pass the treaty-makin- g with powers tho Sul- lor lost donbtcdly hastened the iinale, but Wet 'CONFECTIONERIE3, ANDFKUIT8, jastico. i win noiu tuo prisoevery bill presented. They have tan could namo tho Governor-Genera- l ner and have the governor of there is no good reason for believ- whioWe will soil very low for the cash at least the right to discriminate Elca6e call and eeo us. for a term of five years. The Kentucky notified of the fitato of ing it as near at hand as many poand give their attention first to now deposed Governor-Genera- l prophets is tho case. Mr. Lodgers, a membor liticalocean aro on both sides of ML FUUA & DcBOW. the matters deomod most impor- the Sultan's appointee. ThePrinco of tho baitjrijlj'ouplealo see tho now confidently tant. LouiBville Commercial. of Bulgaria, whoso rule tho revo- that this iaattended to, and repre- predicting. EoWStt and LOWER. No intelligent porson can scri-onsl- y So far as we know or bolievo lutionists acknowledge, is a broth- sent tho state in caso of an doubt that not only Europo, All kinds of Grocoriea hams, aides, &a unaui-mou- s er of tho Empress of Russia. It habeas corpus to sot the voice of the peoplo is but the world, will bo vastly tho irts cHean as tho cheapest I VT114. UW for stopping this "local leg- is probable that the Sultan's re- thc.priioncr free!" T. l. - .'j WlTCiNQ. JOHN. -quest for tho enforcement of-ttiiuiwers3;a was committed in gainer by tho demolition uir ti&M4i-J&- r i ' islation," and no dubt nine-tenth- s Ti Turkish government and th'd Berlin treaty will receive atten- llenderapn county, and the sherilT of the mombers elect of tho Leg tion, but the "serious jConseqnon-ces- " thcreortattho man who asked for trunnion ot Turkish domain. Xti Coxasni sgioKr's Sale. to all Europo predicted by the rcqnbltion. Now who demand peneuco has demonstrated islature so announced to tho people tho former is utterly incapable 14 Fiiltoa CJrcnlt Court, Kcninchy. ia asking for an election. This tho cable are not ilikclyV A little ed tho $ Martin Chambers, riaiatiff, I Tho SS fewasdueiio, tho As Buosxantiai improvement, aud tho i. jK beine- - trae, it looks liko thcro diplomacy will do a:;crreat deal neainst . latter never can bo 'property util- JnflK Wilson, Adra'r, Deft Equity. uowadaj-s. sistant Secrotarv of Statofaiiil ized under Turkish rule. The " akoald be no trouble for tho Leg " ' r . ami order of of a nnuor law tins omciai is mado Turk in Europo is a survival of iUy TirluoPulton judgmentCourt, rendered islatare to adopt and uphold a Circuit , ..' .. ,cor t .. saxoui.iT" Mr. Proctor, ourStato ho has rale Co atoo it. iBut. tho same gist, who has givcujrinoh Geolo- solely dependent on fees for his thounfittest. At bestthcro, onlw attheWiguBiforicrm sum of three hundred camped, never lived attenthe and hf cents state of facts, have attended each tion to tho pottery relays of tho salary. lie therefore had. aright conmrioB or occupation has nei' d?ci5ty-fiv- c iiarH uiiii forty-fiv- e 0 Legislature for tho past ten years, Purchase, has had a '.number of to domand it, but whose duty was thcr learned nor forgotten any? ...r.'fei win. interest nt the rate ofof from 'Si5t.per annum paid the 28th day S C08 bat Instead of thero being a dc pieces ol pottery mado at tho it to pay it? Tho law expects thing. Ho has stood untouched a 1885' until offer for sale crease there is from year to year Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, to some one to bo sufficiently inter- amid the sui,ro!inilini i'uln np ;., LVrcio, 1 shall proceed to Hickman, Ky., in ilization and progress, and lacks value. aa actual increase of "local legis tost their decoratedFifteen pieces ested iu each caso to ,pay the fee, either tho Rhilitv nr iho m':,..tif: The court house door,at Public Auction, highest bidder, made and entirely from but if thcro is nono such present, lation." Each, member throws tho these clays have been sent to tho Monday, tho 12.1. day of October, with it tion to cerlaiiily the Sheriff, no moro than better iloat How to a higher and one o'clock, p. m., or blame on the other member, and Louisville Exposition,xand may be life. much of this IhelnJC County Court day), upon a credit continues to pilo in tho "local seen iu tho Kentucky exhibit any other citizen, ought to bo ex- chronic deficiency is due to iuho-ren- t of months, the following described 8Ir. lo.Jt; nitv lot No. 02 on the qualities of race, and how Tho chemist of the pottery com- pected to pay it out of his own bttla." Fulton county, Woaldn't it bo a good idea for pany speaks in tha highest terms pocket. Tho truth is tho Stato muck to a fatalistic faith, no one Hn of OU II Hickman, does not ecll for said lot can pretend to determine; bu tho H'ltnokv. clays, of found in gm.nl, the Commercial, or some enter all these initioswhich are tho Ten- when it expects oflicers to perform fact remains, aud is aiiulcient for enough to pay sai d jud 4, 0. O, tb a, IV, wu. tho co , 04, westsof s. 1, 2, 3, '" sell lots general circula nessee river. certain duties involving an outlay tho practical issues involved. prisiuf paper of K7and CO In block 3, and lots .os. 58, rr 198, 1W, 200, tion over tho State, to address a of time and money, ought to in- That tho noblest seaport on earth . 0, G3, M. 6ol97, , 203, 200,207,208, 209, letter to each member elect of tho 7nn Mart-a- Kcwa" says: "3i"r. demnify such officers by some and somo of tho fairest and rich-es- t 5?i' oil 203,201, 240, 247 and 248 in 212, territory under tho sun Keatacky Legislature asking, "If LhmEnyd, of thufpface.. has re- guarantee of reasonable compen- in this day nnd generation should 7 .4 twill lnla Tfnq. 'JG.Vi. 1 IV. iOW. XU1. lift in ITr-MA-- k S. all of said lots in East k'e will offer or vote for a rule not ceived an appointment under Hun- sation. Tho arrest, prosecution Turkish hands is au insult to only the iT,7kman. The rnmmiasioaer willncccs- ter TTood 83 Internal Revenue to consider any local or privato Gauger, and fleft and pnnlshmcnt of criminals, con- ago. ITo conceivablo change of .TV, manr oi said lots as may bo yesterday for bill of a nature which can bo dis- Owensboro to ownership could bo for tho worse Eei,s. rr cnM 4iidement: or sufficient he assigned to duty cerns too seriously tho best interof ilwflo produce the sum tho money bo posed of by the courts?" And somewhere in purchase this district. est and wolfaro of the people to to be made. For irai vote at all times against the susI the purchasers, with approved enforcement contingent up? And thon leave pension of this rule rl iL securities, must execute bonds, payment of ure.iprist the answers, or failures to Hill, now the Democratic nom- on tho Secretaries, of littlo fees.'s A PJCEASANTP SiESORT. hpuriBft- r Ural interest -from.u tho day ....l e.. .... ,hnvinir tut? e. :liiu .. and Common-wpjilth.1 iuii:ti aaswer; and then let tho local inee for Governor of ow York, Hence, Attorneys, &c, should FRLSn BEER "il8rDo a judgment. Bidders will be papero compare tho answers, or was elected on tap. Lieut. Governor by havo fixed salaries, and let tho iraaml Tobacan, eonsUnlly brands. Ci- - fn'rcd to comply promptly with these af iho best faUarat to inswer, with local rreR2r GEO. WARREN, ftritia.F t 4,000 Stato collect its foes, forfeited Patronage tolicited. and the position of the 100,000 majority. Jlo Masttr Cor'ru'ionn. M "".OS il-- tf ao &' ;Pisr bonds, &c. srwkeu asking an election. more votes than. Cleveland. ronrl.r-Jonrn.l Speech by Coi. Fred Grant. i! 4??IXCS.SH?XiUi. ? Neoga, III., Sopt. 21.- - Tho j$ f mmw, AfflnoH i mm FABUI03TABIJB 1 BOOsTHorunn SHOP. Xortb VMt rvirti ftf Ikfasm and Troy Atennea, East Ilickaaa, Ky., 2-- i. - I "" " Khfjnl'Ss.'rJ April. momwu utauiccu l civil-servic- THE I BARTER GROCERY. i'r -- nMhiscitywarnuit'jjj,, .. 1 nUTR. J. JJXcm I W EANDLE. Shotguns and Has now in etock all the new improved Breech-LoadiPistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats and Helmets, and Hunters Gum Boots. Those Goods will be sold at prices that will compete with any other city in the coanury. Call and examine beforo buying. ng IT. BUOHANAX: M. MONTOOMERt, to his friendi and the pablie that he has opened new and fresh snpply ef au xinaa or jtahilt ukocikim, wnick &0 will sell as low as the lowest. He ia dy at all times to exchange Gmtriei a( usu. re. eaih price for Butter, Eggs, Cbickeneor any kind of marketing that Ike fanning friends may bring in. The highest ket price alwayt paid. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BBa civil-servic- 'I I SALE AND LIVERY STABLE , i i "' Faris & Parkeb, KSNTDCKT STREET, The Fall Session will commence constantly KEEPS sale on ad for Ur .3 DR. S-K FARIS. MONDAY, AUGUST And Continuing Four Months. Spring 31. 1885, - - MONDAY. 86on Commences JANUARY 4, 1886, trnneha Mathe-raitic-s, Bok-KccjdnR, H0RSE8, BDQGIE8 and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, horses and entire outfit of W. B. Plosiater we propoee to continue the bsslneu, ap.ij olioit patronage W. DIESTELBRINK h J Continuing Five Months. Lntin, Qretk, German, the Natural Scieeeee, Elocution, Ponmaoehlp, Music, Drawing and CalUthenios. Etpcciat attention is devoted lo the preparation of etodeate for oollega, aod yoang men for budine. Tho oourre of fttady. Including thorough primary work in English Family Groceries, andome and see, at the oornar of Troy and Moscow A? eauo. Evt Uieam&tL, Ej space NOtrouble to name all artiote to show gocd. F. E. CASS, H-hi- bjt B yr C TT 1 IHUhyiUl-HlUljHiaiUtMIU- ...rt, "'::,am' J I w -. .- -- Family ; v TUITION: Primary Pnptl IntormftJiaJe Advanced fit CKmth -, ofaeo-holdor- s, v..-.,- . r-n- .- 4 OO 5 00 r..ai,...i - e -. --. AT h, ',.;' s ::u l. ,,,, , -- .v,lri. - PAYABLE MOXTIII.Y IJf ABVAXVK IticavAV, Kv., Ang.7, 18S6. gMI H.. AH JSfROCKRT 3n HABY Oii':DWBLL. B. O. CALDWELL (DAVIS- - OLD O. JUDGE,' 5TASI. nrat-cUs- .!-- rs 4h;aannnln,n,n I i.l CASE & MILLET, kinds of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES e hpase a4 h&2 8 u ally kepi In a ota prices. VEAis FAXCT CASHIER, JtHrCB-MEAA n BOXIXX PICIAE3 QZ1T3 325X CBAXBEVLMBS, I 9 iis-k- y, GEOCERS, HICKMAN KENTUCKY. JKU DC 1ST Mngar, ofiei, RJ, SottpS. j " Wiifnotbo nnderaoldk Will pay fall price for itatteft, BftlU 60 TOl Bui-gari- NASHYILLBj CO., Oliattanooga Atlanta Florida a, o, tpEY HEETWECK, BALTZES aAnUFACTURKRS OF & law-make- rs uiu mil-itar- rod-hande- Ml d SOBIIl&SfS aLfHC4JsBnnBnnnwvx9nbnhwPl2n-Bn- de-aire- nt fcnV'flLnflnSinBBVnnBnfiTK i Taae in llcprc-sentative- Hickman, THsE.-O.LD Kentucky. n e & St The L. Wi '! jti i REUIABLE9 I- -. Uo 3Mia-tnurdc- c CHAS. AIM)LCOMBE, 9tzgamP DBAS, EST FAVORITE. Call on nearest Ticket Agent, Or Address W. B. Jeacs, Q. P. & T. A- - Mat.Tille, Tens.. FRITZ, HELLMEft, T. Agt lliokaaa. ' HMDA rAM 3 AND DlfH-STiP- S, JKX.-- JESLjaMLA CAR '.!. lua,. iui-nUuu- PRESCRIPTIONS ' COMFOVKDBDI Dallas, Tex., tmi. Aft, DAXI.E1C q? W. 1. I WILL I XEAN TEE I3STSTJRE YOUR HOGS SAY .WHAT WHAT HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. I SAY AND I MEAN. OXLY SCIENTIFIC Bold iWIME KBMEDT IS Store-keex- Dr. os. Haas' Hog and Foultry Remedy. 01 j rpecUMe all DrnggUU and DEA&EK I b'4aliinKaaaa9nnnB WHAT THE REMEDY WILL 00. It will pat jomr fctatne roUon. It will lnere tb ! ' It will expel tbe P0?" "1,.hr STrtem. renwee rerowlj It ia the onlypongli iiotnng joar hogg. bog when itaat polfooMj. It will ttoy - Italian and Akxrioan Mabblb monument8, tomb and grave STONEB. "n'i-V- 2-- received aflse lot of Ameo HAVING Italian Marble, I in prr la every i nwtnncO. Tnnii ' pared to fill all orders. Gall and exa 111 "HI t ThoMgttlnKH)bf'hr,"el or not) will Caln more than wuire otuers nre galulng ono. T. taepounai ur work. ,.k lhi Traueilark.l """" llToneRenulno Orders from the eonnlry promptly cwoI'e cncl(d In aSiw " nennrr of Imltntions i'laimlnt;1e bellbe aaj26 of ny well Vnow It reeoUtas the -- 'HnlaBliBMV etao "l It will amt Utte to-'.- vrroppcrs of color, bIic, u1 direction WHAT THE REMEDY IAS I l.atc nnA Dr. Jo. HM' Ho;; IU4y, and caa eight hundred dollr ($SO0 worth of fcogn iMt prln feeding the Itemed? wiilo Tar Btmo at tat of feeding tho IIaaV Bimeot. I HAVK NOT LOST A 1 nm enre it tM raTcd t liu only coat me S2T.50, and DONE. ti l'fi Or HOG. me t r KICKS, SOc, 61.25 nnd 83.8 Ir Un, aecor.llo "! JUS.!"""- -' J. W. OOWGILL, Ilickuiaa, Ky. wpt25-4- t fraaif"" ,l ,0,t ofW B .."i'1 lw5n fir,t d,-- r TJTtiJV iaVnrrtg.Ut,h.lonR. and aBtolLiJ AIba, JTo., Jnns !0, IS81. , fi.10". u"0',"-- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Boomsi, Two Cia Oood Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard terns, ic. Apply to mayllSS5-C- .o ONESUBTJBBJCn EE8IDEXCE, aBo GE0. N. HELM. Hiekman.Ky ? sen-tiate- at For sale bv "! 'naianapons, int. 'aa. S12.30. TR K I.KK. -- - m l J t ! tfl s-"- " y a fc . x. a .' ijt - f ii flBJUllffl COMER. Fine Job Printing PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, SIOKIVLAJS", Offls-Jao)u- XY. ikLfcL ESTABUSHEMlS59- riHB CiHNESE MUbf GO. 2J.0TO oQ Street, next door to City IlalL hickmn m COURIER, Iventuelty. 1885. -- EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. HALE BILLS, BILL-ECE-A.TJ- S. ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD' GEORGE "WARREN, Editor. Tlie Oldest iisrviTATioisrs. VOL. XX.SNO. 52, SENATOFKHOAR. OJ&.XVE riuci: of suBxcRirriox, slso. CURRENT TOPICS. HICKMAN, FULTON COTJOTYrKBCKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, MANSFIELD'S Two ETC.. ETO, AMTJ aBB TJm. THE EASTERN QUESTION. Turkey Mmt Krrp Her Claws oft or There Will be Trouble Conditions on Which Alex. Will KeMgu. rxTr-nsEUR- MYSTERY. ' Noting in montbeal. 1 ,r THE COMMONWEALTH. LnuUrllle I.rnT Tobacco MnrUef Dark and heavy styles have been Wereil Fivx great r,i factories are kept busy in . Philadelphia. Tbe death of Jumbo will bringrelief to rlTal showmen. r.-- Trouble Anticipated in the West. i i - Inhianians are beginning to oak: Is our Cheyenne Working 3Icn OIveTiicro twll trustees trusty? October 1 toiciut. h Senatqji Van Wtck draws consolation from a corn-co- b pipe. Chetennk, "'v., September A FloridattJs buying crackers Tor a p'ar-rrb workingmen of this city, representing all that is ninety-tw- o years old. of labor, held Is China and Japan, silver is the only classes and at a very a secret meetinglast night, early hour this Horncoinage, and nobody cares for gold. . There are G"2,000 organized miners and ing a numWr of prlntecLdodgers wereuis-.tributed in diiTyrentparta- - of the cityVn(1 laborers In tha anthracite coaUreeions. also posted oa the doors of all house" oc.E.ivn.i4 iibbs nm KUB9 4U1 U& mx: cupied by the Chinese, reading as folws. to brinBihe "A fair warning: All Chinamen fdffld in aucl"K)HMKr day, Bluchcr's the city of C'hey-nn- e after October 1 rill be . jerloo sfcrdHLoply twenty dol- Inbjecbto actnt of tcrnml fMtdm nnd KV. rltkierin remthe city on a rail. Werkinfmen, r 1 . ...,. .. I, .. fXfnnot. ...tic Ifs onACaadian railroads LnEcoi attacK bultan's forces OH'anureplac,ed .with eJw inquiry thufarcn uot trace the suree mense'tneJ;iuch"action." hesliotnu "would said, rflnvwihlch these, dod-eonsimted. Toe lyuKarjii. a kfaf ..t.HM:n ui auruflUL"AUls utruiuauuu fcLHas created n snsation thr8ghout MM II lllli liWinlii 71 IMi uUacf Pmaw;4; ia.hls resolve to frtnnurftiiMVtN.anrUVt1htka miners from their bouses near Seattle. W . . ' Bulgaria." Chinese go, $till there' u n."Ouh that T., and set them on fire. beptember 25. It is HlLiropoLts, should a mob attempt to dne them out Over. $1,500,000 in drafts- - and cash were ifith violence n October ltbeY would be stated that. Prince Alexander has telefound in the 4,S43,00O letters sent to the proept:d. Tlie proprietor ot the steam graphed tuejCzar that he will abdicate in avor of any nhccesor the Czar may select s pnp'-r- , foundry pub! shes acard in " r ofllce last year. f he will allow the Russian officers to resiatmg t. in deference to public opin.-- n. It, Is estimated that the farm fences In th-- v have discharged all Chinese help. main in the Bhig&rfan army, and gnaran-teetbthfs country, if placed in a straight line, -- The S:attie, W. T., September 2.. Mines BulgariaRussiailf 'preserve the unity of and Itoumelia. 'Rrinee Alexanwould circle the earth 200 times. Ch'tise ramp at the New Castle der has returned from an m a v r Kecent statistics demonstrate that Eng- white .sited last ni2bl aaiobof maekd. tfoops on the frontier. inspertion of the Ho was received who compelielf thEtianl to' everywhere with enthusiasm. Numerous land has sixty-fiv- e square miles of colony surrendt r. After some talk tbe aiob hours hospitals and ambulances are being fitted to the square mile of her own area. to piv the Chinntiif n twntr-fou- r to leave. Thev said they would riddle up voluntarily at the public expense. Tnsowlsof New Zealand are as sagacious with bullets-ai- l Chinamen founu. mere at Petitions arc being signed in all the towui e as dogs. They are said to come lown at the rxmrnt on of thit tiiuK hA specialj asking, the Czar's protection. night and kill great numbers of sheep. irain lias just started for Newcastle, to TnEonlydauphter of Fish is brinj,' the Chinese iTowr-.-' J Fatal Dynamite Explosion. so devoted to him that she prefers prison York, Pa., September 23. An arcident Ar. immense Ccrn Crop. Ufa with her father to freedom without Haven, nbout ten miles occurredat com crop: from hpre, York him. Chicago, September this afternoon, which resulted in Jumbo, the great elephant, had three of the United State3 having rassed the the death of one man nnd the serious inol fear, a mouse, a cat and a rat. He critical fs.tnge, and whatever of danger jury of thite other. A large piper mill is would howI.at.the sight of a cat asd shiver menaced the cereal fromfrostibfiu! now being erected there, nnd workmen were ended, owing"to the maturity of the 'train, engaged in excavating rock in preparing at a rat. -A A DETnorr girl drew a cioor mat witn a the Fanners' Henri", ol this city has called tlie foundation. one number of Masts hau of them failed to ex crayon on ,the frontdoor step, and it was. in reports from its fourteen hundred cor, plode, made, butwas thougiit mo worKtnen and it so naural that several callers tried io give respondents, g vingthearea and probable neglected to charge it. John yield in every countv in tafyten leading rnd f Washington, D. C, began drillita.ipe. and 'has compiled ing out the ho!e, and with his drill truck States, Tite constitutionality of Fennsylvania's from thesp a dose estimate of the approxi the dynamite with which it had been law prohibiting the manufacture and sale mate yield of the crop of 1SK5.J 'ttie estiunen a terrible explosion ecur-remates have been "based on a comparison chsrsed. of oleomargarine is now the subject of a Morns"-'- s right hip was crushed, and of 1SS4, takingthe figures of the Agritest case in court. the llesh wo torn from his limb. He died cultural Bureau at Washington Sor the O'Brien was cut The Philadelphia and Reading nnd yield of last year. The reports of the cor- this evening. Thomas badly burned with about the head, and wa Pennsylvania Railroad Companies have respondents include not only the approxipowder. Patrick Hagerty had his left eye percententered upon pence negotiations. The war mate actual acreage, but also the last year, blown ou.t, and was alo severely burned, age of condition as cdmpaid to and John O'Connor was badly injured has lasted twenty years. and the percentage of increase or de- about the body. crease in acreage. This was done Eam.y snow is predicted this fall. Heavy possias closely overcoats ami rubber boots, the meteorolo- to approximate .output, the as correctFinishing Touches to the Monument. ble the y actual gists say, will como in good play during ness of which method was demonstrated Washington, September 23. Tho conthe early part of October. very fully in the "estimate of thevheatr tractors for placing about fifty memorial New York is excited over an outcreaK rrop on June 1 bv this bureau, and to tablets in their noeifion in the interior ot small-po- x in a Grand street tenement, Mhich figures all threcocaid statistics,. wall of the Washington Monument are including toe Uovernment bureau, nave nd. tho health authorities are using great completing their work. The stones have pradually approached. In Indiana, Illiprecautions to prevent its spreading. nois and Kansas the pround plowed up, all been riveted into their places, and the surrounding them w the ruination of At a wedding in Bridgeport, Conn., re- owing to devoted to corn, tbe winter wheat work of- finished. The stonesith eemet.etr.. are all placed is beii. is closely comrrop and cently, tho groom, a young man, who apcomparison by in poiions over the alternate stairIn the puted. peared nervous from the start, broke into States, tha't way platforms alove the one hunthow the returns hysterical sobs before the ceremony was Indiana, Minnesota Iowa, and dred feet level on the new masonry. The Missouri have a slight increase in acreage preparations for the work of placing addiover. over l.vy, and Wisconsin is the only State tional metalic tips in the top of the monuFATHEn James McCaffrey-- , of St. Louis, ment to protect it from lightning are proboth Minnesota Fhowmz a decrease, has announced that hereafter nil Catholic and Wisconsin show but decrease in con- gressing satisfactorily. Tho tips are being a, children- attending public schools will be dition, and Missouri also shows a de.plated with gold in'Philadelphin, and will disbarred from partaking of the Holy crease. The other States all. reveal nn be received in about two eeks and placed improvement, and in Ohio, Illinois and in position, whpn. it is claimed, it will bo Communion. Indiana the improvement is- marked. almost impossible for the monument to be Kicn pilgrims and zealous men of God This results in an estimate of.the injured by lightning. s , have changed things so much at Jerusalem yield in ten States or iA2tfifrJ.O,)v lately that land there ha; doubled In value bushels for 1SS5, as compared with Attempted Murder of Wife andDaughterr bushels in 1SS2, an increase of havo and many modern dwelling-house- s Champaign, III., September 23. J. C. bushels. On tho basis that,te been erected. States and Territories outside of the ten Thompson, living at Sodorou3, near hero, The south side of Alaska has a climate as named will produc as murh corn as his wife nnd daughter requarreled mild a; Kentucky, while the north si le has last year, or 543,100,000 bushels, anil cently, o'i the two women left their home a climate as cold and rugged as that found this would seem to h assured from a study , andc.imeto this, place to live. Latethis of tbe reports it will give a total crop'of afternoon Thompson appeared in the housi in the Arctic Ocean, 23 to oO'bslow zero for 1,0:9,638,000 bushels, from which total it Is' thev were residing, nud attacked three long months. safe to estimate that the yield will not vary whre both Xvith a huge knife, inflicting a terrible A glass bedstead has been made at a in any appreciable degree either way. and fatal wound in his ife'-- - throat. While Birmingham (Eng.) factory for a Calcutmaking a desperato attempt to cut his daughter s tnroat. assisianco came i cer Died in a Barber's Chair. ta millionaire. It is of solid glass, the legs, rescue :ud Thompson fled. A thorough orrails, etc., Ueing richlv cut. The King of Pa., SepfcMuber 27. Philadelphia, ganize party Is now on his track. The Harry" Edwards, wfco was employ as a physicians say there is some hope of savBarmalTalso'has one. The number of registered female voters pom in Frank TombleyJs .restauraut,thV. ing the daughter's life. in Boston has increased from 200 two years 531 Vino street", died' this luorningwirile A Bachelor Dead at 106. ago to 2,4W this year, with eight or ten sitting in a chair atGrose'srbarber-stioji- , Poi'GHKEEPSlE, N. Y., September 23. thousand more still entitled to register and No. 304 North Nmth street. Tho man had sested himself to be shaved bv one of the Moees Mnrrenellah. a Christinn Jew, 100 Tote on school questions. attendants, named Louis Algana, and years old, died at the County Courier-Journsays very few Chi- jtboigh he was very quiet, there was nothThe He came to the United States from cago men have been given Federal offices ing in his manner to indicate that having trav-ele- d lie was ill. The bniber had lathered Gcrmanv seventy years ago.1M0 ho walked The President wishes to spare the Ameriall over the "world. In him and had nearly finished going can jieoplofrom being talked-t- death.cn his face once with a razor. to California, end worked in the gold ' the greatness of Chicago. years, meeting t ng this time the customer never mines for several years he took with suca promininny nor uttered n sound, and when cess. For in The Genrsta and the American yacht and other reAl ina spoko to him nbout the weather nent part Dauntless began a race on the 21st no reply. A second later the ligious gatherings, and preached insecure schools or wherever ho could for a silver cup valuedat $2,600. The event ibis's was rolled lifeless off tho head-rehead occasioned no excitement whatever, but to the side of the chair- - Tne affnir caused an audienee. He was never married. few persons observing the start. th Greatest excitement in the neighbor-bo- u lenrned that he when Woman Disemboweled by a Bull. An Essex (Vt.) man recently paid a debt, Iiai ', and shaving Algana man he was so a dead been Stoughton.Mass.. September 23. This is said, of .OOO with the hard cash all st- - ed that he was too frightened to kIvo it ihSiilverrhef had hoarded up. The box intelligent account of the affair. It is "morning Mrs. Mark Lathrop was assisting bulls, one of weighed 300 poundi, and the new owner so I that the dead manwns steady? bard-w- - her husband in plowing. Two were bitched :ing and leliable, nd appeared not at which was somewhat vicious, stays awake nights watching it. to her plow, A neighbor, Mrs. McCourt. all unwell. iff,"f? came into the field, and one of the bulls The preseut has been a very disbutted at her. Mrs. Lathrop attempted to Ended. ClevelandrRollino-Str- l astrous one to tho jrreat St. Louis .estates ward off the blow, and received n savnge Jrtid tlie losses sustained by leading fatn' Cleveland O. felptgiWr W.Vne thrust in the bowels, which completely 3 ui iue cu uy reasuuui me scnqitage stritent the Cleveland, rolHun,1Us Is at disemboweled her. There is slight hope of of certain securities is $5',000,000. last ended. The" men struck onJuly J- her'recoverv. A stage line that was established 100 .against an indefinite reduction oi wages, had deciued to make. Penitentiary Clerk Sentenced. years ago is said to be still in operation be- 'which tho mauasersthe company agreed 'Lat Thursday Leavenworth, Kas., September 23. tween Skowhegan, Me., and Quebec, a dis- to restore June prices, and start the in Jas. C. Pusey, the defaulting chief clerk at tance of 200 miles. The stages (six horses) mills. Tho majority and 'fnvnr of nrcentiii'r tlienrOOOSltlOn, but the the Penitentiary, pleaded guilty lcarejeltber terminus every morning. was sentenced to eight years in the Peni- leaders sought to iinpoia..otheiVcqnitJtipnsf A SWOKBIUL catfish.six feet three inches, on the company regarding tbeuian&eeruNrt" aentiary. Jn an interview ne alleges tnnt in length, and weighing 14C pounds, was "of the mills. Several meetings w ere held, uhck nnu tne aruen, v . .. were cognizant the crooked uuUUtftv ca'ibt by a party of seiners near Cincin- but no settlement was reached. held, and Jones, done at the Stateofcoal mine, andwork that nati, the other morning. It is claimed to night, when a large meeting was cff. The being cool was furnished Glick and his tho lenders declared the strike be, tbe largest and heaviest fish ever caught for which the State was n$ver paid. announcement was received with vocifer in the Ohio River. The matter has creatw much talk. ous cheers; Tlie mills iwuiJuiM iu TqereJs plenty of cause for the fear thai Imorrow morning nt June prices. . yr-small-pox- Earthquake in Pennsylvania. may become"" scourge in thjs Punished at States this winter. The manner in ,'wbieh- - t JSBgROn, September 20. Much alarm amouK the residents of this Montreal Is dealing with it should result in I Wilmington, Del., September 2& Two foif'of the"country between TUcKeo'a several officials being kicked until there is convicts were wmppeu at jNer Castieiun U.8B theJOhio morning in the presence of two hundred PaTTa "distance of River, and Washington. nothing to kick at. twenty-fiv- e miles, by a spectators. Sewail blarney,. colored, an distinct shock of earthquake at 4 o'clock If you receive a circular from New Ybrk old oneniicr, sooa one aounw tne. pinory this s alternoon.The, disturbance lasted stating that "an organ will be sent you to nnd took for bujyarj-- Jnmas two minutes'.'thfetremOr of the earth introduce it in your neighborhood, but that j Kirk, white, took ten. lashes; foe stealing about accompanied by o "rumbling sound, you must send on $1 to pay freight,'; don't rail way switch keys. Sheriff Todd wielded beinff thunder. as of the cat rather light on both culprits. you do it. It is n new swindle, and is only , Business Failures. mouth organ. a Her Centean&t. Celebrates THEPuoi'sAcrs Weekly shows that in New York, September 23. The business ,Spinofield, MASSi, "BepteraberSfl. Mrs. failures occurring throughout the country 1SS4, 4.0SS books wero published. The numceleduring the last seven days number 183, as ber in 1833 was 3,131. Fiction led all the Olive Cleveland Clarke, of this city, . against 178 last week and 203 the week fM3. Lnw was brated her one hnndredth birttday-to-dayrest, its volumes numbering and mother lived to be 104 next, 455 volumes, and theology and re- Her father lived to be over years old.Jdrs. previous. m ninety. her ligion followed with 3S0. Fatally Shot by a Burglar. Claike is a distant relative of President During the beglnninc; of the chestnut PIa-a- nw! lovciauu New Albany, Ind., September 27. News Z 4 season on the Blue Ridge, the rats and mice has just reached this city that on Saturday Drop From a.Tree. Fatal morning nt 2 o'clock a burglar entered the carry their winter stores into the hollow houso of Peter Seigler, nenr Riceville, In y K.vicnTSTOWN, Ind., September 27. trees. The people then hunt these trees, Crawford County, forty miles west of afternoon Williamt&bastian. aced city, and shot Mr. Seigler In the head this cut them down, and they always get from nnd which are fourteen, an inmate of the Soldiers' Or then robbed the house of $1,300. Seigler's one to four pecks of chestnuts, phins' Home, went walautiigand cluhbetL wound is probably fatal. The burglar esalways fresh. This Is no old chestnut. n tree, lost his balance and fell thirty feetf caped with his booty. Seigler was a merThe portraits on United States bank causing his death in a few hours. chant, nnd widely known in Crawford and denominations are: On notes of different Dubois Countie-- . 55, Jackson; $1, Washington; $2, Jefferson; A Spectacle in th Hatvens. $10, Webster: 20, Hamilton; 50O, Franklin; After the Milkman. St. John's N. F., September 23. An $100, Lincoln; $500, General Mansllcld; Chicago, September 25. The Chicago portent appeared in the sky io tne begin $1,000. DeWitt Clinton; $5,000, Madison; nor'hwest region last night A huge red Health Department will milk$10,000, Jackson. It is not everyone that mttoric body rose over Conception Bay, prosecutions against twenty-eigand within seven minutes traversed aa arc men who deliver watered milk; Ja, this can own a portrait of Jackson. city, electricity of between 'thirty nnd forty degrees. An engineer who has made Hill and Flower. vi stiirfv rwentlv declared that in the Fatal Affray Between Women. course of ten years be believed it would be Saratoga, September 25. Tho DemoBoston, September 27. Norah O'Brien, possible to compress enough electricity in aged seventy, quarreled Convention completed Its labors towith her tenant, cratic day and nominated the following ticket: a substance the size of an eggshell to drive Bridget Hennessy, aged fifty, last evening. an express train from Liveriool to Lon- Mrs. Hennessy threw Mrs. O'Brien down Governor, Daniel B. Hill; Lieutenant Governor, Roswell of don. stairs, causing Injuries from which she Stite, Frederick P. Flower; Secretary C. Cook; Comptroller, A. Miss Sweet, late Pension Agent nt Chi- died in twenty minutes, Mrs Hennessy Clrapin; Treasurer, L. J. Fitzgerald; Atcago, writes in censure of some idle gossip: Wfi,b.1Rrrested- - Both womea bad been torney General, Dennis O'Brien; State Endrinking. gineer, Elnnthan Sweet. I am not married I never was morried expect to be. I am engaged, but it I never Barnei to Death. r- Successful Ballooning. Is strictly a business engagement that Providence, R. L. Paris, September 24. Messrs. Renard and until my new enterprise is Emma Eno, of thU Senteall- ms, repeated, in the presence citv, wfiose clothing and Cf ibs y perfectly aad successfully established I became ignited from a which her of General Campenou, their successful kail have no time to think of matrimonial two.year-- d child had In balloon steering. After perKd the table upon the floor, and who projects." forming numerous evolutions against the wa8 severely burned, died frcm her iuiurie wind, they descended at the starting point ot 27.-- i redsklns-toTterms- . I iTT n-- St. September 23. An intensely bitter feeling against Turkey arising fn m her opposition to the Bulgarian-East- r rn Roumelian union exists, nnd the old war spirit which so characterized the people nt the outbreak of hostilities behas created the' utmost excitement, both tween Russia and Turkey is again domihere and at Wooster, where she formerly nant. The Czar is said to be determined lived and where her parents still resided to uphold the union between Bulgaria nnd The County Commissioners have ffereds E.vt rn Roumelin at all haznrds. It is reward of $1,000 for the arrest and convjc; stated that he has of the murderer. Tho joltce hare urgent orders to the Minister of tion stimulated to the greatest activity. been War directing him to preparSnt once plans for a campaign and have everything in Thev have now two men under arrest readiness for any emergency that may whom,they allow no commuuicatiafl arise from the present imbroglio. In an toHAlSfeld. tbpuaSrthey claim the interview with a correspondent a ohnifcVnrrnin.oi them Is drunkenness T certain prominent Russian General nssert- - bmfound.a bW of shoestring and a etfthat .there could not be the slightest Jollies. to the action Russia would tako of jflWEMMtelfl'e . .gn? of Sfltfrnin 24.--Tsemi-cllicially tele-graphe- sUteen-Year-Ol- il Hoy Uriler Arrcjt, Who s.iy That a Companion or Same Age Shot the Girl. Mansfield, O.. September and brutal murder of Miss Clara HulT, whoso body was found yesterday near here with a bullet wound in the head, i'City in tho Throos of a Civil "War. owed by tlon of Compulsory Vaccination nSaiKo Demonstration. September 2S. claimed 'tuens' committee, thousand coses ro wore atlenst four to-da- y, ? EAL' A gentleman d -- ox Y1 la tho city. In consequence about 7 paginations, B to-da- v uu'-- l unfBBBBBBBBPieuuuK iuuuuavq ,'utance VpM it Of wcfjjsi h. WptM in relatively small quantities, and have sold at full prices all around, though there ore no quotable advances in prices After the repeated and extensivo rains which o can not conrrratu- have visited most, if not all, sections of tho Essex (Jiuo. : State recently, there is the disposition latt that organization on making a good the usually exhibited after such visitations stait for tho Season. Hypocrisy will succeeding a long term of dry summer J nevqr thrive, ami "wecan describe Mr. Several weather, to rais crop estimates Hoar s speci-- .". "Yi.u"ier v r.ty man as aro. now rfOntmintr n. hviibcriucal. Apodtfjglclub doe; not do sections or mold to tho ncreago plant edfotberi itsntf &tedit hy appiandinr: such re- yield e renortine jt:fnll " . forthelate i"plarit- - rmarKias'its principal orator made at , U.rf . is," wj iuy ,7g, ana others, ngain,-npKer- o Mr. Hoar conSaturday s nw-initr estimates oi outcome wuuiin demned President Cleveland for fSWlcouth. It may be at le:raitoed, io office Mr. PHlslnirv, who is, t'ftndj 3dence, that the proa- cerdlng' to tho I Senator, "known only pen coasuicraoiy iw i tHA i;nr ftn,I iIli if IO &riiiiiriiiit it mi rnbaccos oaJiJlaws LIY "" x .oth, i... rhita j .i tne-.otai- o g. m -mi .- is moving along cafely and prospcroudy. The Democratic Administration ha instituted reforms, stopped stealing, cut oil" extravagant expendisome We hava tures and instituted business methods. Then, under the heading of "What Sonator Hoar is apolitical Tartuffe. It is contained in 17a speech which ho has been done"' durimr the six months' epimade last Saturday at tho meeting of existence of the Admistration, ho cocntry ,tnr Who Business o& Familiar with the lag .State. trther ovidence that rs IT n w....!... &ia.aaaHBfc-4VBKX4fafirt.- rfs; iij. ' dead-lette- to-lJ- th-,- nt iiK-n- , np-ee- er " oo-jec- ts i. bt-e- Mor-nsse- y, corn-produci- -- d. - prob-ftbl- llj,-C10.6- thex-di- d w-.t- 1 -- to-dn- y Poor-hous- e. al o ' D-i- tt d e camp-meetin- 300-mi- Sunday-- tl-r- st 'r - ar -- - -- of-th- e- men-we- re to-da- y son-in-la- w, i B - lad twent-Jas.he- ten-ce- nt m .- i- 1 "V 1 Yes-teida- un-u-j- .il ht T s -Mr. v -- to-da- o -- Jit V v, v : -- jfc SR f auauientcnirits oi uiorieo-WHins- . 5 00ii.5 2r lugs..-- . of honest men. It has nroclaimcd the nubile lands tho heri 6 SVa 7 75 BerMfUH crnsfdratlon 00 .. removal of of tho pcople.nnd .. C 7 7 RO 7 2.V& 7 73 Thcrold contention in Maine has been tagefences that enclose ordered tho acres of tht nd smashed the Central Office, they Common leaf millions of .. 7 50ft 9 00 9 2MtIl 7ft sunicicitly discussed, and a good many the their attention to tho Central Police Medium leaf Government domain In tho Interest of vast .. oivaiono 13 SWiin 50 ratioixil and sincere men believe that monopolies cuttinjr the settlers off from tho !. and soon had all tho windows in Good leaf 00 ..13 l7fas:oo lildiniT hmkenRrn1rflr elintc irnra Fancy leaf Mr. Pillsbury's conduct was right courses, ponds and best cattle pasturage. ured nt the police. Toscare them Hero is only a partial record. It is free! Uuf we do not propose to be led flcm-- . the Hco fired o r their heads, onlv tr. he only the beg'nniug of the service which receled with jeers and laughter. Things Jidge Fleming, ot Louisville,5vill re- into a d;scussiou of this ma'ter. It Adm nistration hopes to now ooked so bad thnt tho police were sign as Justice on thejtSupreme Bnnch of is settled, and besides, Senator Hoar a Democratic with rifles with fixed hnvoneK. tit New Mexico. to make Mr. give to the people during its existence. knows that in attempting arirn Ex'.h'inge. happy it w ns not deemed necessary t use Pillsbnrv's appointment to an internal Tobacco has een nipped by frost In revenue their The constables now rhnrged th" hip tne test ot i resicollector, THE UNION HATER. mob,lubbing them right and left, ami several parts of Kentucky. dent Cleveland's Administration, he succ ding m dispersing them, but not physiM in Who Is Not Wanted to Italic the Dr. E. A. Watson, a prominent they had wrecked tho greater was guilty of a gross outrage on the in- The befo? Flag of Sectionalism. n portin of the windows, cian of Christian County, is dead. telligence of the State. whid nre opposite the Citv Hall. The Judging from recent expressions, it is Senator Hoar can not look upon SatSvuoeov John Grodfrey, of New Orntbbiroke up into different lodif and jirocdeil to wreck the windows of tho leans, hns been ordered to take charge of urday's speech without a wink of his quite evident that tho "bloody shirt" eye and a smilo of cunning on his lips. issue was placed in the Ohio Republican the U. S. Marine Hospital at Louisville. Hercfl 'flice, nnd tho windows of the Med s ical'Health Officer. Chairman of the Steamboat owners havo come to terms Ilo must havo had in mindofthe Committee and public vaccinators. 1677, of platform at the instance of Senator Electoral Commission andtho river mail from Evansville, Ind., to The Senator is a A ntfiber of arrests were mnde. The citv which ho was a member, when he ut- John Sherman. is nit stHte of great excnem-ntIt is Paducab, and from the latter point to tered the words: "We are not willing candid a to for and his interCairo, III., will bo restored. thouht that the riots will be continued to submit to a rulo brought about by ests aro regarded as paramount in tho night. Tho jKilirp w ill pntrol NeR Madisonville, Prnto Williams, the methods bv which Pillsbtiry at Oh o issue. Just after the holding of arouri the public butldfncs nil night, while latelv engaged in the saloon business, was tempted to steal tho State of Maine-fonjilitnrv will tho be held in the convention General Grant gave shot and killed by Booth Dunning, a youth years rendle-- s to quickly put a stop to a repetiago." Mr. Hoar is familiar with tittcraucj to those noble sentiments in was drunk and the such scenes. tion i of eighteen. Williams the business of atea'ing States. He has his interview with General Buckner aggressor. indulged in it, and he knows that the which have made such a deep impresHow Cholera Spread. The residence of Joseph Potter, nenr peeple of this country havo submitted sion upon tho country, and have made WfiiiiNGTON, September 2S. A report Bowling Green, w ith nil its contents was to a theft of much grcatct importance General Grant's nam to be revered and Intel- - received from the I'tilted States destroyed by fire. No insurance. than that of which ho charges Mr. honored at the South as well as at tho Consd nt Marseilles stntes thnt in almost George Ball's trial at Stanford, for Pillsbury. And while Mr. Pillsbtiry was North. One of the chief glories that . everjensn tho first outbreak of cholpra in killing hi-- father, resulted in acquittal, on innocent of crime. Mr. Hoar is a chistercl about the obsequies of the lathe sjaller cities can be traced to some tho ground of It ill becomes mented hero wa- the fact that two of successful criminal. acts d imprudence on thp part of those ata man with the Senator's past rec- the most distinguished Generals who All gamblers under indictment nt Lou- ord to reprobate, in canting phrase, represented the vanquished were among tacked Most often tho iifectlon has been Letters From a Corpse. isville havo been dismissed. It was disor eouio textile mateSeptember 21. The Pen- convtfed m clothingleads Washington, rial, their cupidity pfrwins to w ear r.r covered that a member of tho grand jury the profiting by 'fraud upon the elec- the bearers at his funeral. Johnson and Huckn'T did not play an isolated sion Ofllce records show a remarkable case sell tie rnrments of those who have died which returned the indictments was not a tions." A major.ty of h's of life in death. In l&il a Lieutenant from of cblera. and thev or those who buy believe that George F. part. They wet e not exceptional charIt is there- householder, as tho law requires. nn Ohio village was killed in one of the of then suffer in consequence. Hoar has connived in the greatest elec- acters. They were the representatives fore f Mrs. Mary Bell Tucker, who was trleei tion fraud that was ever committed of States numbering several millions of ' battles in Virginia and his body was sent comlrg great importance that nil rnps Franco and ncepiitted recently on a charge of tbe home, buried snd n handsome monument or SpintoshouldUnited States from against a free nconle. He know, when Iicople. They were not only conquered lx thoroughly disinfected sword, for the greatest conerected over it. He left a widow. For befof being landed in our port. It has muidering her husband, John Tucker, near lie spoke his hypocritical speech, that g Mount Olivet, Inst February, attempted to the verdict of his country was against quest was mado by Grant's magnanimimore than twenty years she has been beenmnde evident bv the course of the this summer thnt defective drninago kill herself at her home m Robertson him and his accomplices. He knew ty. And that is what made thj Tictory to get n pension, bnt, although she , fresh flowers upon her husband's is th main cause of the snreiwl of cholera County, a few days ago, by shooting herkeeps that ho had defrauded the voters of the complete. n fever, nnd grave, she cannot prove thnt he is dead. nnd typhoid the quantity further, thattho self twice in the left side in tho region of United States, eight years ago, of tho The circumstance at onco directed of ozone in dimitutimof l Tho records in th"" Adjutant Geucal's ollice air is followed bv a great increase in tho the heart. Physinns nttending her say President of their choice, and it doubt attention to tho Ohio Republican plat- th3 wounds are almost necessarily fatal. are perfect, nnd ntlldavit can be furnished number of deaths from cholera. less occurred to him that he would bin form, and all patriotic people looked from thousand of people who saw and At Newport, tbe other day, Sirs. William again if the crime would again result upon the raising of the sectional issua recognized his lifeless body, but every few A Meteor Story. Silet went to the cellar for a bucket of coal, iirgivins: the Presidency to th" Repub- as most unfortunate. Hut not so SenHe wants the daughter alone in lican party. Mr. Hoar is a bad man, ator Johu Micrmau. months she receives a letter from the Pirrsnrr.oii.September 2?. It is now as- leaving a y strife b 'tween the orth and the South dead man, written in a hand as familiar as certained thnt the supposed earthquake the kitchen. During the mother's absence as bad a man as he accuses Mr. her own. Two letters never camo from experienced on Saturday wnn tho shock tho little on- - tot led to the stove, where its of being. H' ought to be covered to continue and rankle until it brings the same place. Now they nre postmarked produced bv the falling of nn immense clothes became ignited. The attention of with shame and confusion whenever he forth more bittr fruit And that very in Colorado, then in Texas, then in New nnd a neighbor was attracted by thinks of tho blankest spot upon his fact demoistrates of itself that John York. Once she got a note from hlin nt meteor near Mbidletown, on the line of the Mrs. Silet Washington. , He appears to know what is Pittshnrsr nnd Like Erio Railroad. The the screams of tho child nnd arriving on public career. His op ra bouflo antics, - Sherman is not a lit man to represent a ... .. .ti...u. LU .i 1111111.1,3 ,A was Illl1.''?ni by 0V.... persons, nnd tho sceno they found tho infant lying on in. wh'eh be nretends horror at an of- Stat in the Senate of th. Nat.on. Men 1UI11L2 UII UL. UIJIII,-- - Mil i UiHV locnl occurrenc1witkf.iiuiUariti-,tii-rrtn6i- r In an assistant tho floorwith.overystitchofclpthing. ifcnsenWnCTr"f, really loves archockj. ,arp; notvantcUJhere who aro constant-fj((- a amazing. He senis messengers to old of Prof. Longlcy, at the Allegheny Observ- - burned from tno boy except inesnoes. lllg. ue is unuiui ui u;is;i'-ui nsius. friends and gives her advice abrut business ntory. w cr? burned out and and the Comnidmvealth an humiliated a.'ism. Sherman approves of the Ohio WiSHlNC.TON, Pa.. September 2S. Tho Tho eyes of the child matters which it seems impossible for a blood oozing from tho mouth nnd nose. whenever ho alludes, even incidentally, platform, and takes every opportunity stranger to know, hhe enn not answer, aerolite which caused so much consternaIt was plnced on the bed, when its suf- to his evil course. Hoston Statesman. in h s speeches to keep alive that bitbecause he niver gives any clue to his tion last Saturday was discove-c- d whrreabouts, and no detective has buried deep in the ground on the farm of ferings ended with death in a few minutes. ter sectional feeling which can only bo It is Her Snmnel Conner, near Cnuousburg. ever been able to Und him. looked upon as tho last resort of a THEY WON'T TRY. A. M. Wheat, widow of Judgo Z. Mrs. frienJs believe that the writer of the very large. g demagogue Wheat, who was for n timo Chief Justice Mississippi Ilepublicaus Revolting Not to thoro letter is some crank or malicious per.on . Mr. bheniyiti has ha I his eye on tho w ho takes tlm w ay to annoy Ready for War. Several of Kentucky, died at Shelbyville, a fow Klect Ticket. Presidency for vca 3. In 18S0 he had times tho writer has intiinited that he September 2S. days ago. PiiiLiProroi-is- , The Mississippi Republican Commit- the delegation from his own State, but might soon pay her a visit, but the next x hns ordered the civil and miliof the Yelvington The trial letter always contain an apology for not tee have held a meeting and formally Gariield ca Tied off the prue. Iii 1831 having done so. Th" woman has suffered tary authorities on tho frontiers of Bul- caso in Daviess County resulted in nn resolved that, a? they can't elect a the wires were cunningly laid for Hla'nc agony of mind beyond description, and garia and Macedonia to maintnin order in of all tho parties charged. is of h'm. that Maine's her life has been ruined by this horrible their respective districts. The populace on Clipper, ticket in that State, they won't try. in spitecaused fewIt said trickle down Mr. IIoge, of tho c mystery, but of late she has become more both sides of the Balkans nre verv tears to defeat 'Organised opposition to the Demobuggy in Midway reresigned, and would neither bo surprised over the union between Bulgaria and was thrown from a h's check- -. Now he is on the or disappointed if her husband should some Rounielia.nud numliersof men hnvo offered cently, and hnd his leg broken. cratic party in this State is useless." for the cont'nuance of his polUk-a- l life. day walk into her house. to enter the volunteer pervice in support of A horse in McCracken County, bocotn-in- g they say. "because of the impossib lity If he succeeds h'mself to the Senate, ho the union. The Indies are forming n Red alarmed at a passing train, trembled of securing at the polls an honest elec- will loom up as a probable candid it' in Cross Society and making other preparaTemperance Work. solfor n moment and dropped dead in his tion.". lNSa. If ho fails now his political sun the care of s.ck and wounded comtions for Philadelphia, September 24. Th Cen- diers in the event of hostilities being tracks. It is an undoubted case of death And yet the Republican leaders cla!m will go down proba'jly to rise no more. tennial Temperance Conference from fright. menced. that there aro more Republicans in It does not look a fiough tho dying this morning in St. George's Hall,Mlss young men are engaged in than Democrats. Tnero are embers of sectionalism could ever be A A Paint for Newspapers. Franci3 E. Willnrd in th chair. Several organizing a YounglMen's Christian Asso- CiiO.O'X) colored people and 479,XM fanne 1 again into !lfc by any set of . ,. Detroit, Mien.. September 28 Judgo ciation in Pnducah. short papers were read by delegates preswhites a majority of 171.000 blanks Let the leaders of tha demagogues. District, ent. Remarks were made by J. N. Stearns, Chnrman, of the Superior Court of Jouas z The indications seem to be thnt the acrc-ag- o anil it is asserted that all the b'acks arc crusade lie frowno I down by all patriIn the libel suit Corresponding Secretary; Hon. S. D. decided If this be tme. then, otic peopb, an I let our country be in M Republicans. of next year's wheat crop will be beHastings, of Wisconsin; Mrs. C. B. Iluell, Rowe against the Free Prets, thnt newscither the blacks do not care about reality what it is in name, the Unitedlow tho average in the State. Rev. R. Alden Temple. The report of the papers are not privileged to publish reor tho Stale presents the puzin Sulphur Well, in Hardin County, hns vot'ngand insoluble problem of a large States! Alb my Argun. ports of declaration or complaints filed Ho order of Sons of Temperance showed that zling of suits. baby 2,230,000 personn bad been initiated into court on tho commencement IDEAL "REFORM. part of n curiosity.ln tho way of n only nino majority which can not, or will not, ashail raised holds that such documents nrenot membership, and that the four sert its rights. months old, which weighs In the present caw the, court proceedings. ?5,43O,CO0 for tempernnce purposes. The The JtoliI Cleaning of Honest jKuinds. now compelled If, in Missississippi and South Caroreport of the Catholic Total Abstinence the Free J're.. Is charges made Into jiistify Krform. n bill for by proving r son of Mr. Hnyden,of Lebanon, lina, where tho negroes are in a A little Unici beiug called for, m the absence of Itself a. Mr. Everett P. Wheeler, of New wont sumu Kinttt lit: o rrn t" llrv Campbell, Father Clearv wag divorce hi Mr. John II. several other ten or eleven years old, climbed a hickory maoritv, and in invited to address th- - conference Mrs. J. Roe, in which she charged her husband tree to shako down nuts for some other Southern Stntea where the nesrocs York, Chairman of the Executive Comadultery. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, addressed the con- with Association, districts, mittee of the in children. Losing his hold ho fell to the largely preponderate ference on the question of constitutional ona side of his body in a the whitn minority rules through su has written a letter in reply to the onp Delivery of Letters. ground, prohibition. Rev. Dr. Lowry, who d Hitch in Immediate what of Mr. Lvndj Harrison. Chairman of ts the Cincinnati Confcrcucs of the M. Philadelphia, September 2.". The Min- - terrible manner. He lived only a few hours perior addrow and intelligence E. Church, made a few remarks, and said nfter the accident. passis tho remedy? Senator Sherman, of tho Republican State Committee of his conference was a temperance and d:o- - isterial Union of Philadelphia protesting ngiinst the action Frank Capito, of this county, has been Ohio, says the Rapualicans must be re- Connecticut. , fed'resolut:ons bibition one. missing since September 7. He left home called to power at Washington to profbf the Postmaster General in ordering letHe believeT "the removal of or f on Surdnv, under tho that day riding a fine horse, and having tect the colored majorities in the cxer- ters to te delivered Circus Tent Biown Dov;n. to rcappo'ut competent Repub'ican inuut- "iS0 In his possession. win uiu xuuci.u officers" by the Prudent has not inHo hnd been mar- l cie of their immediate lieiiverv sisirai.us MAnTiNsncr.G, u . a., September coim jured the cause of tiou of the Sabbath not contemplated in ried about one month, was fivo feet six power. Hut if tho Kepuoncan reform, During tho e ening exhibition of Robufns' the pet under which the system is being not or did not do tins when they were because one of Mr. Cleveland's duties Circus here Inst n' th. a heavy rain storm organized, nnd appointing n committee to inches tall, wore n dark mustache, and years old. in power, of what use would it be to was to "redress tho wrong that had bald. He was about thirty-fiv- e , came t, , which soaked the circus tcntIn call on the President and Postmaster recall them? Does Senator Sherman been done to relntion to tho matter. Frankfort Yeoman. , the people of this n short time the rain censed, but a heavy, people of the Northern Henderson County corn nnd tobacco expect that tbeaddition to the duty of country by the r uniform exclusion gale began to blow abont 0 o'clock. ' Cashier Adams Stele $228,000. crops are roporteelflukexccptionally fine States will, in strong gust snapped the ropes and center from h'old.ng office under the Federal maintaining their own ngnis, volun- Government" Mr. Wheeler, in this fell with a crash upou Boston, September 2S. It Is stated that condition. pole, and the tent perpetual task of the heads of the audience. A scene of th thoBonk Exnmiuer who has been investiof BourbonWCounty nre tarily assume the of tho negro majori- statement, shows himself to be a man The wildest confusion followed. Lamps were gating the affairs of tho Framingham Sav- - happy. farmers the rights sense, as well as an The outlook for tobaccojjas never overthrown and extinguished. Twoorthre who will not protect of large common onukiivuuM: uusuici, AiKViiet Junius, better, and the prospect for is ties in the South Republicans were reformer, the last, . . thousand people and n number of animals Incf &U,UD., U U ,n(ilA 4UOV ,uicuiuu line riia- in honest i)UllillV themselves? The wero beneath tho canvas. The air w- State, at one unfortunately for tho good cause, not red that Adams was a defaulter to ' filled with the trumpeting of the elephants. power in every Southern of JlSKLCOO. Tho Bank Exam- William Ball, a prominent distiller? timn imi had a Republican Adminis alwavs being the tirt also. the shrieks of women nnd children and tWW reapplied for an injunction restrain- - was There aro a class of cries of men. ami it was not until an hour suui uuu biucu uy uis suu, ucurc, tration at Washington behind them formers who contend that in reforming hnd passed that the panic and all ir the brink from doing further lusines3 near Stanford. mm its affairs can be straightened out. and vet they lost their hold and fell to tha civil sen'icc no attention should bo perhad been rescued. About twenty-fiv- e Would they do any betThe boiler in Fabel soap factorvat Louis the ground. sons were wounded, many of theni seriously, .. paid to tho fact that for twenty-fou- r Fiftie'h Day of HerFa-- t but no lives wero lost. ville exploded, and Edward EnSfent, the ter on a second or third trial? Besides, vcars all the olticas, with trilling excepii- Stl be- Syracuse, N. Y., September 2& To- engineer, was instantly killedhia-bod- y iicto rule in tho South was an era of tions, have been held by Republicans, Freak of the Latest Crank. morrow- will be tho" fiftieth day of Mrs. ing thrown into a creokjfiftyfeet distant, perpetual disorder, stnio ana oniciai a f3ct which more than any other deWashington, September 24. The Presl- Yerjoicn Bulla's fast. She began fasting Tho damage'to the building is $l."i,000. Tho corruption and would it be reasonable termined the neccss'ty of genu'nc re the dent has been directed to resign on October August 10, and nothing but water has since boiler of tho same factory exploded two to ask thepeoP'0 of to North to exert form. For the last generat on restore such a pawed her lips. She has lost twenty years ago and killed two men. Tho cause their great power SO by Henry M. Kerp, President-elecPhlL the people have been excluded from Powds in weight, nnd is now too weak to of tho explosion is unknown. of things? St. Louis ltcpub- state M. V., Professor of Military and CiTlJ for no reason other than they were rwfrom bed, though until a few Jurisprudence, National Military Homej Snetcould walk nbout tho house. Mrs. Democrats. Becaus'e they were Demo. Mrs. John Adams had a rib broken and liean. Hampton, Vt, Mr. Kerp has also issued a BuBa began to fast on account of inability was otherwise seriously injured by jumpcrats they havo bei-- branded all these DECIDED IMPROVEMENTS. general order tothe"acting"Cabinet officer to retain food owing to some stomach ing from a moving train at Lexington. years as unworthy to Inld offices of requesting their resignations, and thanking trOBbla. Work Done In All DepartmenU trust and honor under their own GovA dastardly attempt to wreckja train on The Good of the Ooiernment. them for their services. Mr. Bayardlit "" H ernment complimented by special notice for "his dithe Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, near .jjA There could not have been a more plomatic abilities, aud advised not to mind North feature of the tobacco trade in Lexington, was discovered in timo to preIt is perfectly evident to all observers Carolina is the shipment of largo the newspaper criticisms of his past acvent serious results. Two angle bars had that in every department of government deadly assault upon a fair and honest tions. This crank, who is evidently an in- quantities of the weed direct to Europe. There been placed on tho track. Two rough Wasbiflc'on a decided improvement civil service than this, aud yet mate of the Soldiers' Home at Hampton, Formerly tlie dealers in Richmond and looking customers were arrested near the at the'modes of doing business is noted are a lot of fantastical reformers who will be hunted up and removed to the Govin would havo had Prs"dent Cleveland ac- retersburg bought up the crop and place on suspicion. ernment Insane Asylum. since tho new Administration came into the civil service precisely as he shipped it. The development of tho e Samuel Betts, engineer at the power. Those who have transactions found it. aud so carry it on that, thereKnoxville Has a Great Trades Display. tobacco trade in North Carolina since of tho Cincinnati Southern Railroad, that the vaKnoxville, Tenn., September 24. Th 1S65 has been remarkable. It gives at Lexington, dropped a pistol .out of his with the Government feel on a business after as theretofore. Democrats should bo barred out There could havo been largest crowd of people ever assembled It employment to over fifty thousand pocket while stooping over recently nnd rious departments are run Vilas' ab no exception save in cae of death, tho i,B;a Tostraaster-GenerKnoxville witnessed the trades display to- farmers and employes. There are not the pistol was discharged, and sent a day. Tho procession was two miles In mastery of every detail of his same theory which forbade the removal than ten thousand employes in the ball through his left lun, solute and bis successful efforts to cope of Republicans compelling their reap- - ! length. Over one hundred floats, repres office enting thenianufacturing, mining and mer- warehouses and factories. New Orleans wounding him mortally. with those who have heretofore had pointment if competent. The President . cantile Interests, were in line. dimes. Buchanan & Lidie, carriage manufacv.;nfrs the'rown way in the dV.'nartraent, did not feel disposed to allow all his turers. Gallatin, Tenn. contemplate starthau won for him unstinted praise even party friends to watt for dead nien's An old lady, with a market basket ing a branch factory at Scottsville. New Exposition Buildings. r shoes, but proceeded to redress the? from his adversaries. Pittsduroh, Pa., September 23. Ar- m her hand, jumped on a Seventh aveCongressman Hiu, of Ohio, in the wrong done them, but in so moderate j evening about dusk eight men The other rangements havo been completed for tht nue car at New York, and chatting of a campaign speech at h s opponents erection of a permanent Exposition build- with ono of the passengers told him .she attempted to cross tho Kentucky River at course las week, mado some apt al- a manner as to surprisefriends. and annoy some of his was one hundred ami nine years old, Frankfort, which is greatly swollen. Their ing in this city, on the siteof the old Expoto the prosperity of the country AftT the civil service is reformed it sition building, which was destroyed by fir aud did all her own marketing. When canoe upset nt Lock 5, and only three were lusions a Democratic Administration. will be no difficult matter to keep it so, years ago. The structure will beDuill she reached her destination she. tripped saved. The names of the men are: Dan under three entirely of iron and glass, and will cos from the car as spryly as though sho Robinson, Frank Turner, James Straus, He alluded to the wild charges of the but t.iero could be uo reform in it so 200,000. sxrr- we r- - .: ,.. had been a woman of forty instead of a Samuel Bell, and Levi Baker. Robinson's Republican orators last year, that all long as Democrats were practically exrs.ri calamities would come upon the centenarian and nino better. N. Y. body was not found. Verdict of accidental sorts of in the event of the election of a cluded from office. Washington PosU Father and Children Burned to Death. country death. Tribune. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, September 54. Democratic President Nothing of the "It is unseasonablevand unwholeMr. a. C Rouse, of Morning View, has kind has come to pass. On the other some in all months that have oot am R Joseph Fisher, a farmer living near Whiskers aro no longer parted at threo ears of corn, the combined length of in this county, was burned to death the chin. business Ls steadily improving. in their nam - to eat an oyster." ThtM , with his three children in his residence last respect is The fashionable thing in this which is 41 2 inches. His corn and to- - hand, rebel debts havo been paid, no wrote Hiitlcr, iu liH "Dyers Dry maw to copy the French artist No night. His wife escaped by jirsuiug out 6tyle, closeiy trimmed and brought to bacco crops are good. seat back into slavery, but the uer," us long ago as 45VJ. of the window. sharp point. V. v p0Jf. . , A- - ntsucen closure kho mteht make. It is certain n fenrfid strn!rel took Dlnce. for the marks' of it are evident for forty yards from where the body was found. Another thing that confirms thfs theory Is that tho girl had not been outraged, nor had robbery been committed, ns would have been the case had tramrs been the perpetrators. Miss Huff wis a very molest, as well ns a very handsome girl. She was universally respected and was regards by the Dougnls. with whom she lived, more in the light of one of the family thannsn scivant, though paid regular wages. She was particularly circumspect in her behavior, und had no The lnvly was this morncompany. ing taken to Wooster. where her fnmily resides, for burial. Later. a put into was mystery The fair way of being cleared up by tho arrest mans and or two "boy named James John Cromer, neither of them over sixteen years of age. A thorough investigation and the suspicious wa instituted actions of tne boys led to their arrest. They vmorouslv proteto.l their innocence, but 'finally confessed that tbe murderer was a companion of about the amo age. Thev stated that he made a criminal assault on Miss Huff, but she resisted linn so strongly that he was compelled to shoot her to get away. Tho boys say they w ere fully half a mile from the scene, but heard s nnd the girl's screams sevthe eral time. Tbennme of the young man is withheld bv the pol'ce, who haven number of clues which will likely lead to his arrest. The excitement over tho brutijl murder has not vet subsided. 1 to-da- y, .s 1ilpnpMAom r im .su-- " lue,s-..oi. uls terlopers from tho Indian reservations, and in the oxocutlon of this policy will make no distinction between tho varrant frontier brawler and the herders of hundreds of thousands of ctftflcl . aiMi ii nav reiorca, ana is restoring miliums oi 'acre? ot.jlublic lands that are now covered by tomizes as fo'.lows: It has resisted all pressu-- e for the appointment to repons bio poiltiousot men believe J to represent great land or railroad corporations. It has saved many hundreds of thousands of dollars to tho Government In the matter of contracts for tlio coining year. It has saved more than 5100,000 In the contract for Indian siippl es for tho present fiscal year, as compared with the last year s expendi tures. It has adopted the po'lcy or strict adherence nnd construction ns regards Indian treaties, nud proposes to hold the Indians to their contracts. It has banished or bestin to banish all In- f J , " - their wav llko sheen. After the Good lugs - hteduim 56 (WJ-,1- 7 A. I Court-bous- Fi-nn- iufa-mou- . pistol-shot- s self-defens- e. - fellow-countrym- en try-lu- epi-den- iif "" three-year-o- ld Pills-bur- 1 1 ll' pfe, -- ht igh-goin- ht-r- Prince-Alexande- -- Ku-Klu- enthu-sinsti- Blue-Gra- ss war-pat- h pi to-da- y, - r Clvll-Servl- rv y Civil-Servi- repre-sente- cru-hin- g to-da- vii-u- re rig-it- s 24.-- 3 Civil-Servic- e Gen-eral- in one-ha- lf " pro-tectin- "- I fair-price- s Civil-Servic- e O U- H'S C.vil-Servi- ce 5 - -' one-ha- lf t, of-li- ce daj-sag- o -- pump-hous- al er . -- Dcli-anc- c, Wan-bec- k, 1-- ne-o-ro- es -'--- K Ft 5 :H - . v ! sjr;-yw-'gt-J- g. V TALMAGE'S SERMON. Return of tho Eminent Proachor From His Vacation. A Discourse on "Cantaways." rull Nautical Illustrations of tho Sintho Ocean ner's Course-Oof life. of Brooklyn, 2f. Y., Septambar 21 Dr. Yalmage, who has just return od from Eun sermon on rope, delivered "Castaways," at the Tabernacle, to a crowded audience. Ue gave out tbo familiar hymn, beginning: Out on the ocean all boundless we ride, After which ho read and expounded tho tenth chapter of Acts. Hit text was: Isst that bv any means, when I have reached toother. I myself should be a to-d- ay castaway. L Corinthians, ix., The following is a completo 27. report of 'the sermon: , . at entertained foreign embasiadors 'Hampton Court, died in darkness. Oao of the most eminent ministers of religion 'that this country has over known plunged into sin and died, hit heart, in post mortem examination, found to have baeu not figuratively but literally broken. O, ministers of Christ, because wo have diplomas of graduation, aud ban Is of ordination on the head, en I address consecrated assemblages, there is no reason why wo should necessarily reich the ;realm celestial. The clergyman must go through the same gato of pardon as the iayiran. The preacher may ge' hi audience into heaven, and he himso'f miss it. Thsre have bosu cas33 of shipwreck where all on board escaped excoptiug tho captain. Alas! If, having preached to ethers, I myself should bo a castaway. God forbid it j I havo examined some of the commentaries to see what they thought about this word ''castaway," and I find that they differ in regard to the figure used, while they agree in regard to the meaning. So I shall make my own selection, And take It in a nautical nnd aenso, and show you that mea may Interne spiritual castaways, aud how finally they drift into that calamity. "We aro a seaboard town. You hav? all tood on tho beac'j. Many of you bava managed vessels in greas stress of weath-- r. There is a and there is another; and yonder is auother, and there aro a goodly number of you who, though oncoyou did not kacw the difference between a brig and a bark, and between a diamond knot and a sprit sheet sail 'knot, now you are as familiar with a ship as you are with your right hand, and, It it were necessary, you could take n vessel clear across to the mouth of the Jersey without the loss of a single sa.L Well, thoro is a dark night la your mem-cr- y of tho sea. Tho vessel bscarao unmanageable. You saw it was scudding toward tha show. You hoard the cry, 'Breakers ahead ! Land on the lee bow!" Tho vcssl struck tho reck, and you felt tho deck breaking up under your fco, nnd you wero a castaway, as when the Her-cults drove on tho coast of Californlacf when tho Portugue30 brig went staving, splitting, grinding, crashing on the Goodwins. But whether you have followed the sea or not, you all understand the figure when 1 tell you that there are men who by their sins and temptati ns are thrown helpless! Driven before tho gale! Wrecked for two worlds! Cast -sea-faiisea-captai- n; m Tho apoUle, in tho text, indicates that some religious teachers may fail to reach '.the heavens, to which they point others. Gown and surplice and cardinal's red hat 'are no security. Cardinal Wolsey. after having been petted by kings nud having away! castaway! ) -- "" -s By talking with soma sailors I have found out that tbera are three or four causes for such a calamity to a vesss'. I have been told that it sdtsc iin?s comes from creating falso lights on tho beach. This was often so in olden times. It Is not many years ngo, Indeod, that vagabonds used to wander up and down tho beach, gettingvessols ashore in thenight, throwing up falsa lights in their pros-- . enco and deceiving them, that they might despoil and ransack them. All kinds of infernal arts were used to accomplish this, and one night on tho Cornish coast, when the sea was coming iu fearfully, some villains took a lantern and tied it to a horse, and led the horsa up and down the beach, tho lantern swaying to the motion of tho horse, and a sea captain in tha offing saw it and made up his mind that ho was not anywhero near the shore, for ho said: There's a vessel; that must bo a vess el for it's a movable light" And he had no apprehension until he heard the rocks gr.itlng on tho ship's bottom, and it went to pieces, and the villains on shore gathered up tho packages and the treasures that were washod to the land. AnJ I have to tell you that there are a multitude of souls rained by false lights on the beach. In the dark night of man's danger Religious Error goes up and down tho sh,. re shaking its lantern, and men look eff and take that flickering and expiring vick as the signal of safety, and tho cry is: "Heavo the main topsail to tho mast ! All Is well!" when sudden destruction cometh npon them aud they shall not escape. So there are all kinds of lanterns swung on the beach philosophical lanterns, educational lanterns, humanitarian lantorns. Mea look at them and are deceived when there is nothing b.it God's eternal lighthouse of tha Gospel that can keep them from becoming castaways. Oace, on AVolt Craig Lighthouse, they started to build a copper figure of a wolf with its mouth open, so that tho storms beating Into it, the wolf would howl forth the danger to mariners that might ba comln; anywhere near that coast. Of course it was a failure. And so all new iuveations for the saving of man's soul are unavailing. "What the hu man race wants is light bursting forth from the cross standing on the great headlands the light of pardon, tho light of comfort, the light of Heaven. You might better go and destroy all on the dangerous the great coasts the Barnegat the Fastnet Rock tho Skerry vale the Longshlp'i a JaJSht-housthe""Holyhe&a "Llght-boui- e than to put out God's great ocean lamp, the Gospel. . "IV oo to thos9 who swinj false lanterns on the beach till men crash in and perish! Cast away ! Cast away ! By talking with sailors, I have also " heard that ships sometimes come to this calamity by the sudden swoop of a tem- ; pest. For instance, a vessel is sailing along in tho Eist Indies, and there is not a single cloud on the sky, but suddenly tho breeze freshens, nnd there are swift . iWloa the ratlines, and tho cry Is, "Way! 2haul away there!" but, before they can square the booms and tarpaulin the hatchways, the vessel is groaning and creaking in tho grip of a tornado, and falls over in th troug'i of the sea, an I broadside on rolls on to the beach and keels over, leaving the crow to strug'lo iu tho merciless surf. Castaway! Castaway! And, so I have to tell you that there ara thou- . sands ol inon destroyed through the awoop of temptations. Some great inducement to worldliness, or to sensuality, or to high temp:r, or to seme form ot dissipation, comes upon them. If they had time to examine their Bible, if they had tlu?e tr. consult with their friends, if they had time to deliberate, thoy could stand it; but the temptation came so suddenlya curoclydon on tho Mediterranean, a whirlwind of the Caribbean. One awful surgo of temptation, and they perish. And so we often hear the old story : "I hadn't seen my friend in a great many years. We were very glad to meet. Ho aid I must drink, and he took mo by the arm and pressed mo along, and filled the cup until the bubbles ran over the edge, and inanovil raomsnt all my good resolutions were sweps away, aad to the outraging of God and my own soul, I felL" Or the story Is: "I had hard work to sup- t ijortiuy family. I knew that by one falsi entry, by ono deception, by oaa embezzlement, I might spring out free from all n.y ht light-hous- es L:ght-hous- 3, Light-hous- e, e, Light-hous- e, -- did wrong, and having wrong once, I could not stop." Oh done It lathe first step that costs; the second' U easier, anJ the third, aud so on to the Inst. Oaca having broken loose from the i' is not st easy to tio tho parted nncbor, Bw" ofton strands. it is that men perish for the raason that tho temptation com;s frotn sonif unexpected quarter. As vess Is lie in Margate Roads safo from southwest winds, but tho wind changing to sn lore of Somo the nortbeasl they that vessel. aro driven helpless ana go down. Oj that ju.upod into tho small boat and sa'd: God would hava timr,. ), unan "Now, givous tho children." A 'ather whom thero comes the sudden swoop of jj who stood on the dock took his first born vuiiimivu, iua; tney perish not, becom- nnd throw him to tho boat Tho sailors ing, for this world and tho world to come caught lm safely, and tho next, and tho cast away, cos awny. next, to tho'last. Still tho sea rocking, By talking with sailors, 1 have found the wind howling. "Now," said the out, also, that some veseis come to th.s sailors, "now the mother." mil she calamity through sheer recklessness. 1 aped, and was savo 1. Tho boat went Ihere are 3,000,010 men who follow tho ashore; but baforo it got to tho shore tho sea for a llviug. It a a s.m?ie fact that Ian lsmeu wero so impatient to help tho thoaveragoof hamn lifeon the sea is suffering people that they waled clear les than twelve years. This comes from down into tho surf with blankets and tho fact that m-by familiarity with garments, and promises of help and danger become reckless the Captain, the succor. helmsman, the stoker, the man oa the I havo bono that a groat many lookout, tocom reckless, and in nine of tho fam'lies hero aro going to bo saved out of ton shipwrecks It is lound and saved altogether. Give us that child out that s me one was awfully to blame. for Christ that other child that other. So I have to toll you that men lost , their Givo us tho mithor, glva us tho father, souls through sheer restlessness- - There tho wholo fam ly. Thoy must all como are thousands of my friend, In this bouso In. AM Heaven wades in to help you. I who d j n )t e ipe where they are cl .i a this wholo audienc for God. There in spiritual things. rCOy do not know are somo of you who, thirty years ago, whether thoy are saiUu toward Heaven wore consecrntedto'jrChrist by your or toward hell, and tho 3a t? black with parents jujanBaptlsm. Certainly I am piratical huiks that would grapple them not stepping over the right bound when I with hoks of s:eel and wcuhl blindfold clainoyou for Jesit3. Then there aro many them and make them "walk tho plank." hero who havo boon ssaking God for' a They do uot know what the next momet.t good while, aud am I not right in claim-lin- g may bring forth. Drifting ia thair theyou for Jesus? Then thero are somo ology, drifting in tholr habits, deittini in hero who have been further away. I saw regard X$ all tha future, Jj0 God, ol you como in in clusters two, Christ, no sett I'd aulfcipatton of e'erS'all throe, four men together aud you drink, fel c ty, but oil tlis timo omlng and swear, and you are bringing up your and noarr to a dtngjroutoait. Kotu of faroiues without auyuii to tano care ot them are oa fire with evil habits, and thy theinSvhen you aro dead. And I claim you. shall burn on tho sea, tho charred hutlr my brothor; I claim all of you. You will tossed up on the barren beach of tho lost havo toVcpjiio; to tho throne world; many of them with great troubles, of merc0lsjHIoly4Spirlt striving financial troubles, domestic trou 1m, s - now with ndrrciiTHljSypU'Will' have cial troubles; but they never pray for to pray so-tiui"; why no, begin now, o CJmfort. With an oi,itHiuii ui aiu while all tho rip and clutors of that stirs up the ire of God, tboy rray, Divine promts bend ovtr into your cu, for no pardon. They d uot s'oerforthe rather than postpmo your prayer uut I l'ght-shi- p that danos In gla lnes at tli Tour chance Is past, nnl th-- night drops, mouth ot Hoivea's hirbor, reckless as to and tho sea washos you out, and forev r out, drifting farther and forever nnd forever you become a whero thoy casta'way? from God, farther from early religious influences, farther from their presont happiAnd, what is ness, farther from heaven EDITOR ARKELL. tho worsi thing about it Is, that they aro taking their families along with them; A Man Who AVe.irs .S.TO l'lrre-- of tr.inf;o l.'pllllTIIl'- -. and U ono perish, perhaps thoy will nb Saratoga Letter perish; and the way ono goes, the probaMr. Arkell, editor of tho Albany bility is thoy w.ll all go. "ietnonnxiety. who is only thirty ono years of ngo, As unconscious of danjer as tho passenhas a most remarkable hiatory. Hols tho gers on board tha Arctic ou moment sou of Senator Arkell. Ho was in his the Veata rushed into her. Wrapped father's factory whoa ho was seventeen up in the business of the store, not remem-beriu- g yenrs of age, at tho moment ot a torrible that soon they must quit all their gasolino explosion. Tho workman who earthly possessions. Absorbel in their was with young ArkIl was blown out of social position, not kiowtng that ve-- y sight Not enough of hmi was left to be soon they will have'atteaded the last leve gatherod together for iJentifi cation. and wbir el in tha lastschottNc he. They Young Arkell, who did no loso consciousdo not deliberately choose to b ruined; ness, covered his mouth nnd eyes, and neither did the French frigate Medusa made a dash for tho door. The building aim for the Arguiu banks, but there it in which this explosion took placo bewent to pieces. 0, ye reckless sou's! I came fillo l at once with Mark smoke. I could wafco you np wish that The boy butted his way with his head with some great perturbat on. Tho perils through five doors, going litorally through aro so augmented, the chances of escape fire. In his passago he Locarno fright-fu'l- y are so few; you w.ll die just as certainly bnrned. Tho timo of tho ncci lont M3 you sit there, unless.youbdstir yourwas winter. When he fina'ly reached tho self. I fear, my brother,you are Incom- outer air ho rolled In tho snow, and loft ing a casta way. You are timki ag no efsnow tha front and back of both fort, you are putting forth no exoniau for. in the of his hands and the covering of iiiu.h escape. You throw.oui no oar; you tako He of tho lower part of bis face. no soundings; you watch no compass; you was burned so hopelessly that tho doctors aro not calculating your boinngs while for a long time dopair3d ot him. Senator the wind is aba't, an 1 yonder is a long Arkell, who was on one of tho upper floors lino o f am bound.'ng tho horizan, and budding tho explosion took you will be pusbel ou toward it, and of the escaped by when droppiug from a winplace, thousands have piriihel there, and yen dow down a fall of twenty-fiv- e feet upon rre driviug in the same dire-tioRady a strip of bare reck. pb ut! Down helm! dowj! or iu II s son was in bod for two years. His the n xt fire minute?, cr four minutos, or faco was so badly burned that it was three minutes, or two minutoj, or one fcr the natural skin to recover it. minute, you miy b a castaway. !His hands were equally nlilictod. Senator soul', "ttyou couM see O unforivon Arketl discovered in his readlnjr exntri- your jieril bofora God nirjnut nients fnttio direction ot transplanting' of your lifetime a n and transgress! .nj one person to another. Ho nsked there would be fifty men who would rush skiu from tho surgeonii in charge of his son to try through this aisle crying formercy, and The result was ono of there would b fifty who would rush this experliiunt tho mot interesting known in tho chapthrough that aisle crying fo mercy, and they wou d Lc as man aro wnen they rus i ters of surgery. Upon tho faco of young Mr. Arkell there across the deck of a fouudering ship; and were transplanted SVJ pieces of ki-- i from thero would be thousands of arms tosse 1 Is Ui from tho galleries; and as thess Chris- tho arms of various psople. Tho result so that his faco was entirely built up, tian men roso up to htlp them, it would be whilo he boars very heavy as when a vessel drives on tha rocks an 1 that the1 shore, tho commaud Is, "Min the senrs, he yet looks very well, considering on inlifeboat! Man the lifeboat! Pull my lads, what he has been throu ;h. Ha has pull, a steannr with 2)0 en board making domitable couroga aud pi ick, and aspires the last plunge!" Way dois your cbesk to a high pisitioa as a publisher of newsturn pal, aud your heart pound uatll list- papers. ening you.hear.it!' It is because, my djar I.oU tits r.Hilr at List. brother, you real zj neat, owing to yo-ibbeviIlo Medium. lifetime sin and reject:on of Q xl's mercy, Monday evening about six o'clock our you are in peril, and I really beliere there people witnessed one of tha most exiiting aro thousands of people in this houso this chasos evjr seen In this section. Jim Harmoment saying within themselves, "What ris, colored, had gone below town some shall I do':" Do? d ji Why, my Lrother, miles to seo h s "Dinah" to mako somo do what any ship docs, wln It is in trou. "proposals" to her, as ho puts it. T.io olJ There Is a folks b.dng away, tho f concluded to rnn ble lift a distross-siguaYou listen aud you flash and a boom. So ho too'c his "gal," if aud marry. g look. A vessel is in trouble. The mulatto girl, Kate Davlln, a is soundeJ, or a rocket is sent Into his bugy nnd.s ruck for town. Passup, or a blanket is liftoJ, or a bundle of ing McM Han's br clcynrd an uncle of tho rags anything to catch tha eye otthe girl spied tha runaways, sefzjd a huge pis-- tpassing craft. So if you want to hi taken 1, mounted a horsa aud gavo chase. Jim off tho wreck ot your sin, you must lift a entered town at full spojJ, lashing his distress-signaLf t your hand. R e. horse at every jump, his girl sitting by Cry out for mercy. Tho publican lifiol him in a broad grin. CIosi behind tho when he cried, "God irato utcla followed at a ga'l n with hs tho distress-signbe merciful to mo a siurlor!" Peter Iifte 1 p'stol ready to fire. Behind him came a the distress-s- i ;nal when ho said, "Lord mtu on a big mil) that triad to stop at savo me, I perish!" The blind man all the stores, and two on foot, all In purwhen he said. suit. Every .spectator raised a yell as lifted tho distress-3ign"Lord, that my oyes may ba .opened !" tha party rpassed by and the fugitives The jailer lifted the distress signal when wero overtaken at tha uppar end of town ho said, "What must I do to bo saved?" aad tha girl snatched from tho hands of And help will never coma to your herljver. Jim says ha ir bound to have as that. her, and we guess he w II. It was nn soul until vou lift such a You must make some demonstration, give scene, nnd Jim had many offers of some sign, take some assistance it ho w ould steal her away that cry for holp, lif.ing tha distress signal for the Church's prayer, lifting tha distress takibawof the yinoiu' sigual for Heaven's pardon. Pray ! pray ! sounds in l.Cor.X.'Y.Vost.i Ihe voice of the Lnvl Nearyp.a'third of tha moon was spanned your ears. "In mo is thy help." Too proud to raise such a signal, to by thomydtic bow. Thero was a poeuliar luster about this bow, not saoa In a sun be saved. There was aa old sailor thuoipingabo Kl rainbow, and as it touched tho horizon in a small boat ina teielv.T.be Jme and seemed'to bury Itself in tho waters of tho lake, a. most peculiar anl penetrating vessel had gone down. He felt' he n: 'green light streamed up la long plumes die. The surf was breaking over t boat, and ho said: "I took off my life- Iran ettuer side. iue whola heavens belt that it might sooa ba'over, and 1 presented a fantastic array of colors. To thought soma what indistinctly abmt my the lMt the lovo y bw; m tho ex'romo friends onshore, and then I bid them good eastjgajfheavy 'cloud gave out vivid Uasheggoflj'ghtnlng great sheets byo like, and I was about slokng'back and giving it up, when I saw a bright of yelloivfrirm'8eCthat camo in waves, for nn star. The clouds were breaking away, tho and there that blessed star shoue right iustant baing qulto daik. Above.'tho down on m?, and it seemed to take right moon, almost full, and binning with a hold of me; and, somehow I can not tell steady light, mado unusually sitvory by bow it was but somohow, whilo I was outrast with tho yell aw wavo3 of mooawas a small trying to watca that star, It seemed to bank of Just bolow tho cloud; li;h. fluey ot a deop help me, and seemed to lift mo." Oh, drowning soul, sea you not the glimmer rosy cilor as intonso as a sunlight reflection. This wonderful combination ? bolween the rifts ot tho tho monIi;ht. lightning, and rainbow; Would toGodthat that light might lay the silvery raidanco, yellow flames and hold of j'ou green light; tho calors so vivid, so mysterious aud ovanos eat, sac ipr cious an I Death struck, I ceased tho tide to stem, baw.tc itn?, nnpjuoJ an elfect altogether When suddenly a star arose, bore tho clouds wero tudescri bible.v It was the star of Kethlehera. from wh c l fell the saower wo did not O, ye cast aways, God is doing everyd seoVv'r. thing to save you. Interfering AWtli Chincir Civilization. "Did you ever hear of Lionel Lnkin? He ICIeveland was tho invoator of tho iasuumorgibla Tho eloping coachman industry, far lifeboat. All honor is du j h.a mem iry by seafarinmn. as well as by landsmen. from active among tho inbes: American other fields. How many lives ha'saved b this inven-- t fnmilies, is thriving on. In after days that invention was Chinatown in San Francisco is conimuroved, and one. day thsro was per- vulsed by a sjusatioi which p iu its way t as big as was tha a fect , the Northumberland, ready is episode. Lean Him, a rich Chinese at Ramsgatj. The being ready, to test it the crow camj out and leaped on merchant, bnd a beautiful daughter, Ab Lam Ah fourceen. tho gunwale oh oaa sjIo to sea if the boat Moy, a;od Cuineso youth and Hop was a profligate his friend would upset; it was Impossible to upset it. Wongm Toy aided" him. Lem saw Ah Then, amlds; tha hazzas of excited i, Moy only to lovo her and, disguised as that boat was launched, and it has a caachiuin, he got into Lean Him's gone and corns, picking up a great many hojso. Ah Moy, romantic and silly asan ot the shipwrecked. But I have to toll you American girl, encouraged her disguised suitor, robbed her father, eloped a grand wUaaching, and from Lara and by nn auldav.t that sho with was tho of heiTao. Word came up eighteen years old got a license and that a world was bating on the rocks. In was married. But it didn't end here. thepreseaee of thspitentats! ot haavoa Lan Him got aiter Lena and his friend, his chilli, thelie-bo- t redemption sacuredurouserring in jiii.and lolged tha of tha aiW ent An pair waslaunmel. ItshnV.i ...r thj irold in ccurt will clvo the ou.ragei pAmerican irout UU sands amidst aajisJc hos annas. The revence. s-to-niht ht to-nU- ht ht me so fiercely troubles; but the that I tompUtioa.V1; l coulfooHk surges of dnrness beat against its but It3iilad on, and it comes iu sight tonight. It coaios for you and comes for me. Sou.! soul! get into it; make one In 1SJ3 tho Isabella leap for heaven. went ashore off Hast.ugs. England. Tho air was fillol with soun Is tho roar.ng trum ot, tho crash of tho axes, and tho bdlowingof tho tornado. A boat from tho shoro cam) tin lor th- stern of wero Thero tho disabled vessel. aboard women children and h3mcdot her. lJeinc tho Thrilling: tory. In Twrlvo nct. y. L. Oh, how lovely! My name Is utt'S oT a sleepy Citizen and HU lorl,, Elizabeth, you know. What will you call ent Tormentor l'niiiiiill Itepuse at Bcsmp. or jut Bes5? her. Lizzie, or jr. ts." I didn't think of any of those truck. 1 think 1 would rather call her tho 5i. EUslia Simtli.-H- A. THE MATUTINAL FLY. ajjD5 hr : iflcr yo t, If on would not ba FARM AND FIRESIDE. tj 1. pu-p'- a ci-u- e . !tr-nn- l, -- bo-fo- re to-ni- o. -- to-da- y, m r l. c good-lookin- l. al al ox-citii- ig heaven-pierclngou- l- ht too-prou- d 1 un i n raisins, two egg, two tablcspoonfuls of d'ruti' SI. k ll.fltlaUK. S liu rr to'iiplilm. IlKrrlHFtl. sour milk, two tablespooufuls of cinnaami all Internal tilery, Uui, W mil in the Buwi-A nCW teleirranh nnln tins linnn ,'n. mon, one tablespoonful of nutmeg, vented, which, f CQC l"uM 1wt crrr a hoM!" f.- if adopted, will mako TDK'JCI pay. cIqvcs and soda, llako same as other j: vuw.vvs wa. er wll! preTMt itn.viY pat McGmnls had a good t'eal of trouble f . ln i - In more business for the iron men and less I.IBP- h . -- n or pa n from hawse vt water. It Is Better ntckm Sunda after Sunday cookies. The llousdiold. for tho lumbermen. It is jtlmalast. with his l.umdresi Thero is ,i general belief that late of tubular malleablo iron, constructed ;Uan Vi.!i Ilraudj t r llitteis a a galvanized, Wlalaria in Its Various Forms. will had his shirt come back with tho neck butcultivation is injurious to the potato, two and a half inches at the or'd that in !h !. t nriiKV'a! Tin r top. weighs .l i'IIht Ma rt..yi.lIHcHi causing it to set a largo number ol fifty pounds, and will stand a greater curroUi- - f - en. aiI I: .rami l'liliHnutck.a11T iu VII. small tubers with few marketable speci- strain than the ordinary pole. The bot- IU.1.5, . U Jy lit iff rlie ."O tents txMl drug !. mens. This effect is the result of deep tom sots jn a clam plate, six inches plowing between tho rows after the po- square, which grips the ground. SatisThe Summer Mjle. tatoes have set. Shallow culture does factory tests have been made. Chicago A pretty girl just homo from tholjea. no injury at any time, and pulling out Herald. .interview ml by her sidea3 grass or weeds is beneficial even after on. purines tBC t wluwti r.alld np h " lover on ome of tho reports whlch'lLad liiiul. ri ir.Ofc- liia.lL aa MSr buiu oj uiugsisiai the potatoes aro Toledo 1 a The custom of ome to him of her flirtatious. Iliad,'. tne anniversary "Why, Frank!" dio evchiimed, There are few greater nuisance1: of Queen Louise of Prussia,of the deatii For DYSIT.I'SI V an! for On- core of all lhjttNt too foo'.l-- h foi anything." ; than bushes, large rocks, thistles and WUiam's mother, bv annually Emperor ki Mhrsi.i, ii i. I.lcr. lUcwe!. loBktlpalt'W. present"May be 1 am," he answered, sullenly l'rlce SJo ct. other large weeds in tho meadow and ing six worthy bridal couples with a lliliuuni . r..i . ida. Ue. e 'but I want to know it you didn't becomu DR. KADVAY & CO.. 32 "Warren Street, N. Y. (Jrub up tho bushes, remove pasture. of 150 marks and a Bible each, engaged to ono of those fellows youfiaet the stones, ami with a spade cut the pnise was duly observed lately at the Potsdam this summer?" f thistles, docks, etc., that will seed next and Garrison Church. "Of course I did," she leplieil, wltSL ear, jii-- oeneatn mo suriace ot the Coirt . rank smile. Jf ri ground. It does not pay to mow around "And do you expect mo to stand dTat MAM T MTl units, OF The average American cats eight ' m ton off or c1m banging by a thread. He had obstructions, and the- - are al-- o unsightsort of thing?'' Rus.. tinrs as much sugar as the average iiii'i... a i.iiin, i.... juu ".!, 4r.ii. .i ly in a pasture. Chicayo Tribune. uu mm. uui l,uj, enoken to her on the subject, and die had A good dish for supper: Slice cold sia:, who prefers lemon juice to milk to see to it, but still the button "pfoinbed boiled potatoes very thin: sprinkle a anl sugar in his tea. rtrirnot on properly. Jplfi got out of patience one Sunday when thin layer of cracker crumb? "imaibak- cKJ misslm- - button had niiftle him lato for ing dish, and cover with a thickitlayerjk U It Xot Singular 1. parade and exclaimed: should be tUoMrttAtlap-- , of potatoes; scatter on salt, peppcr'and b hat ,!T"15otlicr tho woman. I'll see if I can't small bits of butter; then repeat the lay jireaensivV ol moir own condition, i uno nil their friends aro urging and beseechrave her a hint this time anyhow. on ing them to be more carefui about exposme iiisu , ava- t lie then took the Hdoi a tin blacking box cis until cream orisa mien;of uiuu jiuiu in cup rich'chickcn ure and overdoing? It may well be con- 'l'i:iE JM:oO! uiiL.i:,sTi:icriv a'oout three inches in dhuneUT, drilled two a cup of osts Less limn Miiuzlc. Halt an nour sjaaKing in a quiiK sidered one of tho most alarming sympholes in it with a fork and sewed it on the soup. can aji j it. ItooOiijr and ii) is oven should be enoughjfpr a small tlish-fu- l. toms of the disease, whero the patient in Miratliiu Frits; ICuulin nud neck of thi'siiiit that was next tobewn-ihi'd- . reckless and will not believo that ho is . Boston nyil'jc'? When his washing came back be found he Vlttli niidall (oalTar I'roducts. eiul danger. Reader, it vou aro in tuis condihad taken the hint. Sho had made a The placov?lwh the pumpkin can tion, do not neslect the only means of re- lor ataloiif. AKiiVrs A AVTKU IV iiler special lit it. .V. r. Herald. be made to lill on the farm is an im- covery. Avoid exposure and fatigue, bo LM'.KV TOY4. in your M. EHRET, Jr. & CO. portant one. As a food for cattle it is regular Pierce's habits, and use faithfully of Dr. "Golden Medical Discov. o. i:i ui.r.ss, t., . excellent, and after removing the seed ery." It has saved thousands who were VIII. lGl'iitdic I.atulin. ininnatl.O, to tho milch steadily failing. may be fed with profit m cows. Horses are fond of them. Hogs know that was only a A Boston denier boasts of an oyster in revel in their rich and appcti.ing juices. ami that kind never countflfor year old. Ah, UntHlll DHLlii? mk&?tZm Sheep cat them with avidity. Chickens, his possession eight-si- x keeps." W : tXi-- A Cleanses the Head. ducks, and geese feed on them at every there, stay there! Buffalo Express. iiersuasionlput It took a good deal of .VcrcW'it Allays Inllam m a opportunity. As a winter food for all Frank finally surrendered. Tonne Men, Kead Thl. m Traveler. tids of stock they are excellent. TnEVOLTAlcBF.LT Co., of Marshall, Mich., lion. Heals Sores 1 mine Farmrr. offer to send their celebrated Elkctuo-Voltai- c Restores the Sen III IlniKrkrrpInz Knoirlcilcr. t Belt and other Ellctkic Appliances ses ol Taste. Hear PwFEVERSfiiS Cocoanut Candy One largo grated days, to men (young or old) f pounds of on trial for SOnervous debility, loss of vital- ing cocoanut. one aud is a vcty pleasant First Chum-T- his afflicted with and Smell granulated sugar; put the sugar and ity and nil kindred troubles. Alsoforrheu- - A Quick to cnjojWtr-belveroom, old man, and wo ought Belief. (if matisra.neuralgia.paralysis.and many oth tbc milk of tho coroanuts together not enough, add a little water), heat er diseases. UOllipietoresioranuij 10 ueanu, A Positive Cu r c . It Second Chtiin (gloomily) Yes: b inNo slowlv until the sugar is melted, then vigor,and manhood guaranteed. ed. riskrite CREAM A will boon go to ruin unless we got a woman curred, as 00 days' trial ib allow boil for ihe minute'.; add the cocoanut, S thematoncofor illustrated pamphlet, free. ItA rvrlAV n unt.it to take care of it. gm tw ft 3 r finely grated. ' and boil ten minutes "bk "ruou ""a r wo can managtyhat "oh.no it won't; & longer, stirring constantly to keep from The toiler of a morning newspaper is L.,ao,w.r;afc vBf m r ourselve." f ALMOST AN EDITOR. r copajj, irK,; burning: pour oil buttered plates and well up in the mysteries of the nights of Apan'lux l'H.fT is "Nonsense! Vou don't kuow auytilng itir!Iora f Tiff's' fcenaior Cir. a.ar. EL V URut WlXio, tttuarft. Ow. 6o. N 1 . A I'ol.K'k Who Iiii1iiIk"'1 to a Slorunt That cut in sipiares; will take about two labor. St. Paid Herald. about housework." atay l.i'ail Him t'ptraril. days to harden. Exchange. "Don't 1? Well, now, let mo toll you, Kupture, Uro.ich or Hernia. Tho otlicr dav tho man w ho draws ashes New guaranteed cure fcr worst cases away from two or three newspaper offices without use of knife. Thero is no longer IRONING. in. nnyneed of wearing awkward, cumberdumped a load on Garfield avenue, beyond stmnps for of Wool po4n In 1 contrn ted the pavement. In no time at all a score of How TliI nifllcult Ilmnowork ("an He some trusses. Sond two letter at Mercury ami World's Dispamphlet nnd references. I)oni Nicrly. l'olack women and children were pawing pensary Medical Association, 003 Main St., luiah.h!cbrushi"tirhcumauin and inipalrea Kviry Julm iniiM- a sj01.1? n.y mis iv.TKaiK . over the load iu search of treasure, nnd one everything should bo Buffalo, N. Y. As in am! fill of pain. Vfm I wm Riea; up o ptiviciaBS'lEmit n"Hdi S'd tlmo to test child camo across a largo piwp of old roller ready and in proper order before the IlDiprl framtlw ItiovlrlilMiifSwIffshrM-tlllcThe man who is so busy he has no time Ho washed off tho ashes in a day's work is begun. Tho irons should bo composition. Aie s..o irr ftr--t lTniPll ihe rtwnmai'MH left nie.mr thi to laugh needs n vacation. Chicaqo appcUi.-Mid re rlcM.an.1 iheHi iliW. iwmcU MB. mud puddlo near by, but had only taken iiwwt f rliihtf badjver d's t.r scrupulously clean and smooth; this can Ltdgir. to bral. and bj tlie am o oneblto when along came a l'olack laborer hesan LhJt well man again. be dono by nibbing theni with beeswax Pike'sTooth icnr. Disors curelnl mlnutc.23c. et th Lcai McCJemloa has ben la the or powdered bath brick. The GUnn't SuljJtur Si; heal uml beautifies. iV. and salt w IX. tor Hte w ! K true, heavier irons accomplish tho best work, GersusCokn Kemovek kills Corns i. Humous. tbeabore siatemrstv i artcy Col, AUaata IMvtljn. 7 'WTtd Manager t tnH Atlanta. ta . April IS lift nnd should be used with a rolling moAnybody can play a but TrntlM- - n Bl.wd ard sUb !MiBIVel free. tion aud a strong pressure. Muslins and that is no reason why anybody should. T.ifcS'wrr sr inc to trawir 3. Atlanta. Oa. , W ." si prints do not reipiiro very hot irons, but Somtrsille Journal. Tile HirVBUS' OUiriE Is stiff white garments need hotter ones, Don't hawk, hawk, blow, spit nnd disA jasW.vv iMiirtl isrpt. nnd JInrcli, with since I've been going to see that girl flic ironing table and board should bo gust every body with Your offensive breath, yenr. C- - 256 pngcp, 'U fecli a eros father on (ireoii street, I've teamed firm and strong and covered with a but use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and Rll BJi S' .xll'j lnclirs, Willi nvtr end it. how to dust at a moment's warning." a. 3, COO Illustrations ry. coarM woolen blanket, over which a 1'hUadcliihUt ValL it hole Picture. Guilt should be pinned. A clean coarse sheet The girl who loves William never asks GIVES 1'liolrale Price bosom board about eight inches wide, her father to foot her bill. Detroit Pust. Not Now. direct to consumrr on nil Roodi for a long board for skirts and dresses, and horses and your prrumal or family me. Tcll txavr to Save your wagons, "I see wo Itavo a cremation society In aro a necessity to tho laundry. Iron patfeztce by using Frazor Axlo Greaie. urdrr, nn.I Rlr xnrt cost oftTcrf-tlitn- g .Detroit." he observed to tha Uuly on tho yon nw, rat, ttrlnU, wtar, or holders should "be padded to protect tho oft. have fun wltli. Tlicv LWALUABLE Have vou ever heard a parrot swear? hand from burning. Collars, cuffs and IIOOIIS contain information plcitncd Toronto Grip. "Yes. I se&" similar articles should be covered with No, but I've neen acro-cufrom tlir mnrVrts of tlic vrorld. 1V "J)o you belong?" a clean, thin cloth, and the iron passed will mall n py PKEKto any rr Ir aflllctcd with 5oro Kycs. uc Dr. Isaac upon receipt of 11) . to defray "Not jet." and "held him up" forlthe stuff. Ho broke over it several times, when it ma bo Thompeon'g Eyo Water. Druggists sell iu 25a expense of mailing. Iet us Zicar from body a bite, smacked his lips aud started for removed and the iron passed directly "Doesn't tho Idea of bnnitng tho Respectfully, you. homo with the prUo wrapped up in an old over tbo article. Fine, soft laces and P Misery A girl with a new dress and no coat. MONTGOMERY WARD & COl muslins that do not require polishing place to go. Jfarathon Independent. IV. Although press rollers are comixiscd of should be carefully unrolled, one at a 227 k 22?) V,'nba.sh Avenue, Chirao, III. nothing worse than glue and molasses, it Is time, and spread on a soft blanket, cov.None Ocnnlne onlcs hcarln? thi Strap quite probable that ere this the l'olack has with a thin, soft heet. Laces, emTill: JIAKKKTS. JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. been taken with a "spell" and bent for a ered must be carew, sr i- Uladc In Bntton. Congress un doctor. 1 f the doctor has been puzzled over broideries and trimmings . i: Lace. Until! rsatn. Lneiceuea fully pulled into shape, with all the CiJci.N-rSeptember, , ISM. -the complaint this will give him an m 1 In Jjuraotiuy, vonyn nr.a M 2 SO and if the l'olack has bemoaned his edges and purling picked out; thoe LIVH nr.AitivlH hrfne rou la- 3 Choice Hutcht'is greenness in picking up tally he may be needing ironing carefull' smoothed, K formation llOW to CCt 3 25 is. iTO V.X CtfV M' KVd this Shoe In any Sttto of and those that do not, folded. Always HOCitiCoiumoii consoled by the thought that "the path Good packers. 30 it, i m f&t a a -r v or Territory. 3() & 3 50 the roller leads to the edltoiI.il sanctum." to cho to... . iron bv the thread of the material. Em- SIir.El'-i.o- oJ v ,1. .Ileum :.o.. Ws.j . . 4 CO if. i CO FI)t SI uncoin bu Detroit Fric Pre. broidery should be ironed on the wrong GKA1X-- N 5E5s-i?3iud b, Costoo.Jiat. & ve, K. un side of a soft blanket. No. 2 rrd. thp IVroiiE One. aVatrhfil . . torn No. 2 nixcl . In ironing shirts use heavy irons well (HUE in r, No.2 unsed women, whose kinship heated. Two iron the thick bauds, fit ft! 3C No.2 12 SO '13(0 could be seen at a glance, entered a shop in then the bodies and sleeves, and lat HAV Timothy No. J C'l ti) on the bosom, which should bo nibbed TOllAtCd-Coiiini-JIediiiin LtitfS.. . 10 00 flU W 00 Cood fADE IfJ A DAY y e." over with a clean cloth wning out of 1'HOVISIONS-I'o- rk . Mess... it x. I anl m Hcaiil Then the iron should be Dellchtfiil riiinloTnirnt warm water. I'r y and prouiicie. so llonlilnir. Ivniltlne. It it, .'. over rajviclh;, then rubbed auain lirTTIIU Kiuicj Da rj pas-e- d Use nj kisd of clotb Ilral.Iinu, or HS of a dead companion strike you with horOhloCreaiiicr 'i (new or old), rags cr jam. A bandsume Tlirkioli M) with a damp eloth and ironed until it API'Lr I'riuie ror?" Hue raide with 2- cts. wofh of carpet wte. i ;m fe i to To gloss the linen a l'OTATOKS per tmrrt--l is polished. .HAKKKcan benwd Tifr DC API tin nil fteitliiuimii'lilnri.. or "It used to, but I am now quite reconI lir. bHnl. ItU! ni:w VOItlC. polishing iron with smooth, round edge AwoudtrlalinTentwn. It M'llsnt slalll. ciled." It hind.ssi.in). a ;:. ..M ialc AcenlM nntPtl. 1'rlrr should be ued with all possible force. KI Orit- Wheat--and U 2tli.cngo tO st mu lyiytwX stamp c:rckro, terms endWtemtorx. "What has changed your views?' bo fie CHAIN: persisted. .. W .'& . The thickest parts of dreses, such as tiio J Ml. U. HUITT (O SIS Mute St., CUlftro. No. 2 ire! S waistbands, the gathers and Cum NaSmiicil ".Marriage!" she briefly answered. 40 "h ft (itits niacil Detroit Free Pre. should be ironed first. I)reses should lOUK ' " i' 10 23 iC G 12k always be ironed on the wrong side I.Attl) Western gfam Fine CHICAGO. A Cincinnati .lokr. first and finished on the riirht. ".CO muslins look much better if they are XJ.ori'-Pln- fe Wheat-N- and Wtstcrn .. .51 sumS.tXT?A A Yale graduate spent part of the 7M 2 red II VrW o. ItA IN Ii rW by thonsandj orfint elan Slannurture ri YZroZi opposite directions. ironed twice in St and lfrhanic oa t'..r but work. JtfrJed OVER mer at Clarksboro, down in Jersey, and a No. 2 Chicago Spr.ni: 42', COLO MEDAII.ondGn.srt. lTonouncedrat?r Caps, fichus and aprons, whero the lace ' orn No. 2 mischief-lovinsndeardorl!trwhodoiDotkfp friend whom he hadjin- 1600 20 lit 2t;; cl.ihmm. :e rtamps lor 5 AM PUE CAn Oais No is full, should nave me inn iroiieu r.si iBtTBa j e s 54 U,wil fire Co.,Glflseettr,Mis. tritsted to send part of his luggaggTad-INOJ1 (a, In plaitinjr frills, each plait should be pn,!UiMl. khj Eassia Cemect dressed it to "Mr. So and So, I). A., Clarks- coo &.G05 laid b- - tno tnrcau, ami uem uum UltU- fettaic. boro." IIAIiiMOItll No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Mar.es. ironed in place. SIM ax. r oo "In the railroad business, I supposeSre- - wudon the other day and took seats at the .i ;.- ii.ii.i- ceieonited While ironinc is difficult work to ac FLOnt-lami- ly. KIC Mini Itltlli;.!: Comhlnetl, iVJ anv housekeeper who can not te tilppod by arr l.or Sam& 31 silk counter. The assistant had scarcely complish nicely, Corn mixed ... ple Ualtertoanv rsrt of thn I S. 50 it tSfsmii Oals inxcd... .commenced his weather report when one of will take tlio trouoie to pvu S Zf free, on receipt ox ft 1. o'A trail H 10 00 (fcIO M . Saddlcrr. Hardware and llarcroi warn supervision to the work will soon teach PltOVISlo.NS-l'orfc-Mthe women said: "It is my duty to 6i Ijird Dealers. Special dtfconnt to ItuH A it rATTM: Mediutn SO Cr. a CO 2 . . . Trade, I3r"Send Tr ITIce- l.W you that my sister is a confirmed klepto- even an indifl'erent servant to do 5 :) 6 Ci'i J C. LiouTnor,l:ocheler.N.Y : properly. A willing hand, guided by a HOGS maniac and that you must watch her closeJ.NOIANAI'OI.IS. ly." After a little while tlio "klep" moved kM and intelligent instructor, will !) redR. U. . ' y7 ft - .5 W. along to another seat, and the assistant felt soon overcome all obstacles and make Wheat No.i it. 43 THAT It his dutv to give her his most vigilant attenW It. Parker. Corn-- mSriC 25f the work easy.VrifWtza Lorillard's Climas Ping time was consumed in Good Houickeeping tion. Twentv minutes' ' .onsviux. 54 a 4 r.-CTPyjr tarlns a rtd tin tag; that Ijrillard'8 I'll, !.. A Vnj.1 t,. and no purchase made, aud as the women left .. Ul 64 ft! that Lorillard's ltoir aro 46 Navy Cllpplncs.and tbnt Lorillard's ft 27 Corn liilif' SCAB IN SHEEP. the best and cheapest, quality conzldered, t in Oats mow 4t J 00 WC ,A,KcinelylVHIcU,May,ProdncilP. LAK! '"m Novelty Rug Mhchine S'i mbsinS buttons and do repairs for which a from tho private's maH Mini is deducted -t asma.our-'iooiath.IIeart-!i- Persian insect powder is not poisonous, and is only destructive to insects by suffocating them, as its lino particles enter the orifices through winch tbov j breathe. Troy Times. lien a timothy soil has borne ono crop of bay that "is enough for ono SHE TOOK THE HINT. year. The is worth moru , vshprwnman Who AfW'il Prnmjitlr to lio on tho ground as protection for -ITpou it Killn'r MUty Su ttlui. tho roots than it can be as pasture. San Franrisro Chroiwle i homo station the private soldiers' Fruit Cookies Two cnpot sugar, vashln? is usually done by the married soldiers' wie, uho aro expected to sew on one enp of butter, two cups of chopped after-growt- h ttwmcntinj, upon lho fa(jt that there is ono insane person to even- - five hundred and fifty Americans, and that the ratio has greatly increased in tho last thirt years, l)r. w. . Fletcher an n Pfe IS $ - n & s.Y'S RESBY 3 .. apparent ;s tmj popu. says that lar change of opinion regarding the licatmcnt of insanity. Fifty jears ago. to bo sent toan insane asylum ostracized one as completely a.s a term in tho penitentiary.. Jhat is all changed, and a brief residence in an asylum is no more detrimental to social standing than a a isit to Hot Springs or Florida. A' Y. Sun. y&g hiwtt ISnlri'lii rr.N..r'..ir KE.VIIY i Es&y! 1 i3M r y i n- .,--- The Cheapest and Best Medicine for Family Uso JV! In fnTi rri it r I a- i . TilV.AVOKIil). o ti""n. -i . lti:i.lt:r nrn I..1, r t ' . rini ml til I,, iv d. im Nt.jN NmrMlelr or ..iff, r. ItA I W.W'S ! atltn No matter U'lrnmsitr. insiim. ease. BOWEL COKPLAINTS. It wi" in fnw n imrnt-- . vh n takn acconMns to i I i . .1 rrN-n- - 1 Sarsaparillten 1 Resolvent - &Uy-at-tio- -- m half-grow- n. time-honor- "yc-aar- Dr. Radvvay's pills, 11- - ills-i.r--lc i NLEhret,Jr.&Co. v H: -- Xlt' m-:vi- InIiii uxj button-holet- o c-- hy'ua,XatarrH 'HH m. one-hal- s: I I 1 ahvIa-Y- I ay ""v in acree-asi- n k Frightful Case of a Colored Wlan. . - wa-ltin- I h- - h- - McW-lvM- '"' "mLaJJ fcj crr ?. iit - hand-orga- n, 1 I Ql?'' SL A-- J m? 1 s. ad-d- ct-t- eye-opene- r, oii?! B Jnll.s, r- 71 V V-- X. - ..-V -- -- well-dresse- d PJ firss i. C-- 1 - Masr 1 No '. M.-- s IF PAGLOE E'S LIQOE0 -- 42-i- fe g fT1 - ! GltAIN-Wlitat-.- No.2 ai css 'i - . f&ZXl .4- - I - -- mm AWARE I 1 GltAIN-Vueat-Xo.- 2rt'd. -- -- To one hundred -- gallonsf water ue ijSPI amm iszJ&W i f-- t t -- innrlrnfl tltA AVnef .Trcnt cloud-banklfnov- tho Yale man came to get his trunk. ' "Kailroad busines.s? Why, no! What mado you think that?" 4k "Well, If B. A. doesn't stand forag-gag- c Agent, I'm a crow," was tbeire-spons- ciitt,rt nmu.1 i ilic-tncit- y. It took a week for the Yale man toftn-jo- y the joke, and now he tells it on hlaseif nitu me inai j;CO poSSlDIC. Cincinnati Naming a Yacht. Knth'tolastic Young Lady Is thagboat the Gracie, Mr. Smith? And that thwart? VI. & c. storm-cloud- -- Plain-Deale- r. hop tho assistant nattered liimself that nose hail the little woman with the Grecian tried it on the wrong merchant. "What made you watch that person so closely?" nueried a lady who bail observed most of Kleptomania!" he A,o maneuvering. "Is that so? Why, I should your liae thought the otlier one needed thirty She had taken eyes the most!" Uio vvhl-pere- il. xu. life-bo- -- Morisini-Huolscatu- Ufe-bo- at J1 111 S ny? tiou-sand- 5t fesS A!li. SnljrtTOf!v funds' worth J of dry-doc- la And that lovely, long, white, thin yacht the lleen? What pretty names! Do they name them after their sisters or or their friends, Mr. Smith? Mr. S. Yes generally after their ffm,tc Sisters very seldom have pretty names. 1 1 Have you a yacht, Mr. Smith? Y, I Mr. S. Xn, lint I am building ,oue now J Vanls of silk and three Y. L. And what is her n.tuie? Mr. S. Sho hasn't any. 1 thought of fringe- - Efduiivjc, pounds. flowers of twenty-fiv- e and ten poundsfuick lime. Tho sulphur can be put into tank as soon as water is pumped. The lime should be .slacked in a separate barrel and the liquid poured into the boiling vat, taking care that no slaggy pioces of lime will cake upon tho bottom of the iron boiler. The water should bo 1 well before letting it out in the dipping vat, and time allowed for it to cool before dipping. This preparation usually can be mado tho day bt'fore tho sheep are to bo washed, aud more water added to the boiling vat, keeping the mixture in proportion as above stated. A pen in the form of a letter V, large enough to hold fifty sheep, should receive tho sheep at" the end of the dipping vat. Eacli sheep, when incrustation oryellow daudrufl" is seen on llesh, must be thoroughly scarified with a curry-comor some hard brush, with freqwnt applications of the liquid, used at from 110 degrees to 125 degrees Fahr., and, for fear of getting too hot, not above the degree last mentioned. We are now ready to dip, which, after tests aro made, is to be commenced slowly, and continued till all the Hock are dipped. Rushing sheep through a vat to see how many can be dipped in a day will only double the care and expense of attending to the flocks, whilo tho chances arc that the disease will continue to infect the sheep and all the work must bo done again. After treating, they must be taken to a range where they have no infected sheep, and be fed with salt and sulphur in proportion of one part sulphur to twelve parU salt Sheet Breeder sulphur Till Red School House Shoe. yon wlih to TF Hoy or Girl that will ftaudthewearandlear of eTery-da- r utter. that I made of honest I eat h e r throaRbout, and on common cense Idea, auk your dealer for Henderson's "SCHOOL SHOE." known everywhere by the Trade Mark of the Little Red School House Pat. Iee ?;, tssii. For maklnR Kan. Tidies. lood .311tten. etc. Sent by malt, fall directions. JTtce-- si. At.KXTs WANTED. lannfctnrer Stamped Ko.fr. l'atterns on BarUp. Beware of Infringement. Send for circular. 1 grisched with Silk and every war solid. P woman's nnTRiirrnN. Celebrated Manufacturers Made only found on the bottom of each pair. (Kone cennlne without lu Of" Ask alto for the HENDERSON $2.50 mm II Anrft VI.OU hlle1inenrtlcl-lntliewor,d.lampleKi- A co TOia:no, uiiio. i:. j:o.s nin UrrfcKs To nlro.lntrin.wwiI Dill Washing orVEAWAYMWfceUU )B t - I once. The National .. tour name. 1' JtacmneJ. oawanion O and eiorrss offle at Co., 33 Doy BI..N.Y. i An acme Man D connrr to ill ourer Woman in errr soods SslarrSlA. frt(.rJt&ada asslfaandKTrenMa. f.xrtrnits in ad- C'anvai.iDZoutllt FKkE! Tartiealara Silver-war- e Co. Bostoc. Mass. RaaillSflll RED on Cotton TarMh Kubrum. UtSdlllllUI Sample free to every penon sendltii; T.ldrci to I- - T. WHITE, Eaton lipids. Mich. Nnrt SIONT1I. Acents ;. Address JAY BKOSSON. DetboIT. Mien. knife. Treated and cored without thAda-e- n fl 1 I klPli.rn UAflUuU K L. roKO.M.O, Aurora, Kane Co,llL I MFWEnSOll Jim lh bj Wrist for a Stt ofRootaand Shoes. Chicago. of our jranev School Cards. unnn r.ookonr-atinentcntrre- SS5i?H iHJSd '''Srtir.atS It A SiSaiK ..i caned tn7n,llonne. of thUTer,i by condition . CompIalnU and Ills Jaandic.-Uv.pip-ttSlSS- ES1 UTIR BrsT BE KFIT It ORDIR. tan f- -t EDUCATIONAL. farnliked. Wrte ValiXTtsr liuos C STUDY. band, e IVok-krTpln- CrDiDUV Xt,llvilrn Iarn pg, here and earn pay, situations Jancsvlllc Wta, Ii thoro JSL'y aualr Konns, rertra - IliiRlncsa Xr rhmeile. Short- jailL Clrenlari free. uo.Tin.Tot:iTa r.EruiATioK A.N.K-- E. 1020 part of beauty; isy aapart Every lady It but is may have it; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm A Clear Skin Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. - beautifies. both freshens and V' JSfe (- - k jM''' -- h 5 'Jfci--, gSfcVCTS LOCAL NEWS. CYPRESS-SHINGLE- All heart Cypres Shingles, fint-cl- s in very rcr-cct- , kept constantly on hauel, -. fcnd for sale at lowc-- t prico.- scptll ii. LUOIUNAX. rSi:SOK pounds of tobacco wanted by Usher . Barr, at Fulton, lor which the highm market pi ice will be laid in cash. k , 9ik" nious than over before. "What besf f r makirti: ir'iklc, or Co'iTi.'d L'i. the Democratic ticket is to logo at ros.J vpW'i-Sby roj.f.ou of thcreTnrn of the to their party dot xm 2 rt4f tfi;' ( a.nd jhmjucul investigation, kmWrr no: uitistactorily appear ?iim ihe Jif,; ..' The corn crop of this sction a8Woare.flaed1proveWv5d!sl:l,lf;1,of, was appirnMt .ro--- . ! ". . will be much below previous cal- any donHt, t!rt lliU t,ection rttnras h".t i'ovt ras not ,1 )Wrir J. A of Ladles Dress Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with appro-cJSfculations. noitl:er.ofHlt thrlo wtuoi'ur that tho trcr.f,J. u. Trimmings to match, should bo seen to bo appreciated. "We have WP OUHurst Pale tn miss The Hickman bos factory is lestod. JTor actual violonnAtniB l -- ti Independcatt. thooch uiauiH. BUCK mi tTir!f crnnd"; to be enlarged, additional machine- used on the nogro maji. and ie iesUy suffloient to turn the closely H& on di'play i nt ims m wonoer i whv hf ptii.amaA. n '1li1 cea sonics in Sew York, wrs ry, &c. be gg. of black Silk- -, crime, imuhratin? two oti.r mm. 1,3" no "oans jnnensnrato with S3 The work on the railroad ex- when, as afterwards anrnflrulJ1'1' il through tho lowing lino b'- -l . 9mkM Sft Jlll o:her1vi.F. Tl.v , less of man. Relw ..t .1 of tension and now depot is. progress- neither .... i.. thrtv hud hhtIImW ' .. . . ,'iutj--. . . r : ray . rt, v.ui are the beafcSilk " " ing slowly but to ao wit it, T'li wo suppose cr . n.1 , Wi& neou-.te- d for .?. . tfti. kHaUTr(VAf ii.a .u. unrated by -tho tue xljoicmau rj- nw ktSii'11'o .. i i It.is annonncoil t.b.ir unitlinr ouuge uwsiey noruen. Williams ha nr'd ofterihf? troad ""CanTon Flannels, and vard wide Bleached and f: tion. ' .KCaenwilPlfo candidates for Governor. siou of violence? link Sncetings at 5c per yard; Best Feather Ticking at 15c; All Wool Oiijg.tign? 10 wiyen is now most enthusiastic m . s Ciirppjot thQDemocratiotick-- 1 and white Flannels at 20c. We ore prepared to, and will givdyou ommcnced It is said of Davenport, the aertn'n tho pooplo throng The rush has T':'rl . .. , is 0 j'onVeseutativo of a morn i aUo Ut' xteputmcau nomineo ior governor country are stirred --.. at Buchanan's. The Tjh- ore in or iNew lork, that he was never robber ganqstotht Lillingpo: .;, ' u.Hi'HHi.s Hajfvnter that did ecbtaeits over the marni '.'. nt line - j aud henceforth will not wait the u.t hiinoort Mr: Cleveland. , and of l)res Goods and frimiuing'j seen to laugh. process ot law, but wi snoot who are now RiiPimmii? Gov exhibited at tliia popular houe rlhc railroad commission of IIlI1? tbau the entire' body and Who Made the Low this State is not satisfying tho quick homes.to kill, inuefonso of. dependsnt ivcpublicans whoofmay they all say that the goods excel '' l people. It costs too much to in Hickman in elegance supporot Davenport. In tho city all others - XOX make a railroad assessment. An E::tcrpr!sJV, Itdlablc'XTouac. of New York alono tho present and cheapness. Don't buy until other firm in the place. lluuvanv The Wingo 'Purchase" favors Moore & Lan Jrunj can 4''ays PC. relied State ticket will probibl;. poll tif- - you have teen the in. Otir htoek of Footwear in heavy and fine goods, is complete. Wo are upon, not oalr to carrv n"fctolc jthe boet icen 10 twontv tuousauu moro a sol- of I,,s y:aXV:": ?fiJ shoring every tiling from the finest French Kid lbr Ladles, to the diers at Ma field on tim mti. nf,?! "T"l,lB,! m p naTP wen Auvui mi-- 1. votes than wero jnven to 31 r. ... v inr h rn irt'r OYSTERS ! for Men's wear. Don't do yourself the iiijusticd to overlook October, or some later date and re popular v,tli the jxrople, thereby Clevehmd. Whilo tho President Oyster by the TDE freshest and hdi carefully abstained thisHme. any hour, Dry goods merchants are com- flustaiuiuc the reputation ot SeiDgjUwajB oilieial interference In from own can, or wrved at any be bad ftnd in any during the his wy dtrird, alwiyii to t'uv. iriiilj ami cvit "v"""" r friends and lh public t. '"(il mencing to enjoy a sploudid secured the Agency for the ceieoratea Vi. State's canvass, the Democratic present neuan, at the WEarinounOO alock bf all kinds of Furniture,generally, that vrchato jnrt received and olidt the trado of partiea wishtrade. In fact all lines looking up King'a New Discovery fjr ConiUtnption, ticket will no doubt bo greatly The patronage of ladio Po!lcitei, and ing uj buy. We can aliow all 6tylea of Faroituro in plain and fancy. Aio, a fine iin$ somewhat. If you are not happy, will Pell it on a positive Rnsrantce. It strengthened by Mr. Cleveland's IfiolJ arraugement for their poiiie nlof will purelycurc any and every affection of rfii tent ion,, its your own fault. Throat, Lunge, and" Clicst.and to show onr admirable administration of tho LACLEDE IIOUSR geptll a government. It ifl well underThe iNew York Mugwumps confidence tve in vite votl to AM stood that he approves the nomisupport tho Republican ticket this Trial Uottlu Frco. KtirSiiisame. tbe Wstrh i.iker, I3 nations and the Democracy of now located in iIKre & Ijaiidruiu'n dm? time because tho Democratic nomrnMdn's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styles, The Cuuutv Court'of '.;;.;,e New York will natnrally feel that store, llisukilland relthtliiy has been hAtlllQf Via make onr prices to milt tbo eplrft cl tho inee is named Hill, and can't part in low prices. We have everything your heart could desire. you propopc to leavo lour Louae to Jook for cleaptr gooda.time. Yon cj tret eaqjre-which convenes ifoudny-week- , We proiioeo to flell u fa ti pro'en, and he i locatel here permanently and leading need never tho country looks to them to sushis name in the middle. Tie Ladies are invited to call and examine our Wraps Our stock is any retdil Furniture store in the "Purchase. tn always makn god bU jroniiMs. ought to build a bridge across tain their President. On the Very rtppectfally, Mrs. Jane lloagland and Bayou de Chief.. Ever objection, whole, there is nothing discouranew and we arc showing all the latest novelties, in short and long GarThe LaUit StyV, Xi'ctsl a id Cheap-es- t ment. daughters, Tdisses Minnie and heretofore urged, hasboen remov- ging in th3 New York outlook. T. F. WILBURN & CO. Lndif and Muxes (Honks, nt a most worthy and deserving ed. The population aboo the f!.e party, so far as appears, Las Ifcha.- ever been our intention to undersell, and if you will only try Us Odd" Fcllowa bollditig. rSTS.ore rooms in neft lamily, left Thursday, for Browns- Bayou may be sparge and poor, trained more in voting strength piAt J. AMcr.ua's Soxs. we will convince you that we are doing it. Sof" All kinds of Repairing done on short ooiloo, and In a orkmanBldp etyle. A led ville, Tcnu., which place they pro- but they havs rights as citi.em; than it has lost. The Slate is a has OurI::i;;n:no, the re aro prepared to giro special inducements &3 pose making their future homo. and tax tm ers, that ,oar ) Majstis- - very close VV in u strict party ii-- etablirthod a reputation s a skiiifut n ., t" ec;od to no i.e .11 hU lir;, and tratos ?V& i?i 8s jIjj. x is,on aad of pos The cholera is cradually dis- advance fir whem e han J 'if vrk will vi goueri ' ." with the Dcmocrs denec h'u rwliahi'.ity. Call at Moor & 8wwoa anneariucr in Snain. and chanrfnir M. . i:.7'!?-- , ii quarters to v";ice, Palermo auU ;LiicKcian co'iniv, arc luierusieu, Thoir ticket is a very strong one, LoadraaV t, mn, i,.i.,.5; J W r,UUiiVbV iir .V41MU1I and we have all confidence that "" 6urrounuing towns, Iving Hura- CIIOICE lot of ileel for liert has abandoned his proposed county ?i e 1', good bridges toi they will carry tho fetatc. get to and fr.un their oonnty, ana 5a per poun 1, at visit to Sicilv. , Monday week. and they; Hid. Ti-Tho Union City Fair will open somo iicijra'icr sconi-e-next r.jA' the Ganon the Cth of October. try tor o uleiu'ca ae to tl-- uftJ President Cleveland continues one, and finally arrested susp" to behead, officially, the republican ed colored man. The cobreupu Qrst affirmed his innocence, tut hangers-on- . Elder J. II. Harper will preach after a time confessed that he and two other at tho Baptist church, Sunday named, were r.ppro men, vho'l"' the prautv ong, sunight. morning o Court of Claims convenes tmtl. robber, visited"0 honof:rr.AbeRtanneulaform-er- , ho Uvea near Cln .' nhion county, Torn,., Snndayffet. Taoy undertook to nri; !V,lSat' ters ofi the window. nnn t.&Sisfx aroused Mr. SumleUl and to Mr. S 1.: shotgw, iaMul w.ulo lhe v ! a WOfj Br0'1 aan the window. .ll! i'Anl.1 av m,SiV -.u luun, I) but ie load i w?o. clicctl to fihsipt 'pecthi tii uure iu lul'U an lni!ll! no coiuu (to mora"".ranee, g"-"- A band of ine Gruat Fight in ifrw York. v.' .wt k The campaign an projected in Snv York promises a souar. ? NEW stand up fight between Democracy very and JLiepuulieaufem. Each party Carpeb, Oil Cloths and Rui,, tU'l o 10 oe lully rC2!kthortnr Ii Cbcap, at m strength. BUCIIANAK The Independent i i 1 .e-i'.- CITY irfjiiafeP" ixsats. ilMiii 'gSsregSfraBnaUfr.fcfc.tta """Wti' ' -- 'r-gftfifa-Mnwii- p f t 1 ! I i rl0 lirii.m P wJMli,. i. Dgpuu d Brynu, Brown fcl.oe Go's of Mr. rkinc't fcw1"' . u'nvr :tl:;:u,j?. arnear to JCb!jn hoes a; '..' r'eil nn m i t !.e nark- :.ti86ed w!i!i th? iiopublicau '.toe- rv It KOt headed by Ira DLuenpoitJl'areut will do v"!l to exafiii ana will no doubt give it their mem. Have your ct.ihiren support. On the other band, tUe Inem and vour sh'. hlls will U Uojiavo , you call and sue dilr superb stock of lancy l)ry doOds and : oiniuallon of Go. ITiIlBeeii'S to greatly reduced. Tlwy can u "Hjetnc-- on whicli we will guarantcc:tosave you i.ii i' called back to tSir pai;y or-'- , found only at II. :i.l .iion all the temporary buvanv othi r iiri'il vouh - ..n "5vo Na!)!-(r!ff- i( l .. Tr. ...; : M t rli i Wr 15- VV rff"1 Hi lad ABBTVING - v Liu-hana- n mal-co;itc:- 3. c 1 0 Tammany and the Counseen the B.iu- Ililtbn SIhp. ty Democracy Bud the Irving IJe.Il ciodhave become more harmo- Ajptr Vnfljrnr Just fr--- a !nt t - -- vg I :;-an- d - . t i t 1 -- -- :- sui-yly- 11 '' :,,,.. ; w 1 , . ! k THEY ALWAYS SUITH. -- "SPlsuiit; Bros. Oc, -- "-:"-:- ;;: " . i - "-.- v- 1 a 0ll V i . t. - ri'unce.'Vv - I I jl v.--n 7-- t- r - j : In-the- ir LOWTaBKi " " Prices? K re-uui- ; w r bt 1 Ileav-ittgflKi'- ot & W t e9 qq i Ed-ti.- o, - Watch-make- r, -- work-uia- -- -- I Vi'J:.h ,irnBir onl-.sido-ir bua-dr- t? I ALKOLNDEB MAXWE - i - -" Cos-tie- An authenticated case is reported. Mr. C. F. nan berry had one to die last week, aged oil years, 4 months and 0 days, aud wae never unfit for use as much as one day during her short life. Who over know a mulo to dio? W I Hou. Bernard Nealo has boon pelisse ot Itoaie, (u, eayjTiVo ImvoJ' Fur tuie. ensFtgetl to edit the Ma field Mon- been eellinp Dr. Kii.g'a Jfttcorery, Ktectric Uittcra and BueklenVAnjica The displar of Hosiery, Gloves, A good pMlaVe 81 MfXL, 26 horea itor. He is a clever, forcible wri- MlTKior two yean. Have ter, and will prove a valuable ac- remedies that sell ma veil newrkanifad v. ...,v n . Tt xi.....i.:."JL imca power, rtodloeoodcKlitirtn. I AUo, F Uai tailh or HBUrn iiwis, f .i: Vi aco7 Yokof quisition to the press, esneeiaiiy cniverssl Fai'Maeuon. Tbire h Wrap?, &'?.. t the invn- - MUiaMii-i- t;haji, i ;, .r'Vcar, boi sVmt( v., ,':. tee For We are now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surround in ready ability to discuss publioj flam woii'Jerfii! curr 3ctcd fy lhe . i.i a- h'"iste of H. l.chv:u..i, '. be- - ftirt'm infjruis.ki'.. I , mediinf in this ntr. u. pertM CMea)a ou .." ing country and towns tho largest and best qae3ucns. ? X.8'.!lTi. ..onnir in vanetv an i c inroootLic lr,'triiSionha"el-3aujtttO'r- i 4 : th pri'jei ar. ri b'Mi'.Ua.y l' be- cnrd by dk of a fc bottle rf :IrfeiVs Jos. Smith, mail carrier We will fcH for the next GO day.-,- , FOR CASH, our entire stock, ot iirt- tween Paducah and Bentou, was ft' Discovery, Uv. a in orresfi 3th ' I, fail ti s,e tiiu .fclv 11 in fci.i' i ro Jfl Suit If guaTaaja; Lvfjre buyir.g. found liangiug three miles west oflE.ic0tric TiZL-TraxQlassvT-ai- , Wooden UiOl Wot ll H J. u$t $n iul tec slvrsy. Benton. He had cut hio tliroat Sold by Moore & Laadrum. Ot dVcr placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting 3&io., to. without fatal effect, then climbed tcvtW-G- i J. Armma's &jxa. our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, Vg A Qood JSsiiarprlse. tree aud tied a grape vineai'onnd a gfirts Ttc 51:nbis 41' 81 Kegs Nail, can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invito the ladies to k Stoves, 38 Hctting Stoves, 20 his neck, swinging into eternity. aud prove lr Ugurea, Ema Fnn t5 Wl f)Ua8 Carpet and OU Ciltis ran be lanfo 27 Sugar Kettles, see our stock of Bpkeyc Force Pump, dh Doz. Axes, colored peor-- l rusfei. ticry Ion. Qn't' u7 r. o a bill Four years i' IlOOk, 2 Cows, 2 Horses, Mr. James Austin, Spring "Wagon, cities," aro rusldug to ILe: J. A lurzj'd SON3r- jKefpHor Wagon, 1 Dwelling House. CLOAKS, 2 Business Houses, Clerk.of Graves county, is dead; The Mortally, fcayu th np$s hro!:i'.h . the te tc' 3ena:e to eeil teht 11.6? . . : we i'itvrer,i .r L JERSfiYS, Hon. Peter Lyles, C 'tf' J''.n'fj fJr.ic oca 'a N M Or- among tho nLivft I Aiir'" oesoKl at cost and los. tLem.d!lc; ;m rtioaf of that county, felt in his mill, leans. Mob..?, Iortgor cr. Bit-- i ' DRESS GOODS, ic it.j'H jiti.'l r.jib t!s ri'r'!-- . :n h'ind. and Kill &U as ivv: ae can, it ffSMKy raaa ?l mid is not espected to recover; ( TRIMMINGS in any marl; t. Cburloatou, N ?5 bi.il kT ."J .j can ia the i fiome gravel roadmeasure Pur-tit- s tfjilll-G- t i St&Miz and Mr. Eeid, of the tirra of Bg-e- r lannah, and al. Svuthertv.' . EMBROIDERIES, and the late novelties ia Aiuueg's Sons- LACE3, J. K3 We tuink tho was & Reid, of Paducah, died at Mtmnhis more NECKWEAR. rapiuy jjsfln.jhc t ineiitlv nroier. anl orht to increasca Hot Springs, last week. STor Ilr.nl, "SATURDAY NIGHT OU FEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." increase of tie colored papula- - h..o pabsed both houses and Tb ator on Clinton. The niMrtnary reporthow Come a law. Under the old inter-tha- t street, Appendedccjupi.xl roota Alexander It Seven men belonging to Dor-ri- s by IV. COHIvA.ISr & CO. All goods as represented. Coll and see them. negroe dies iml improvement tew, tho State Mftxttvll,iMbl; jjiod mcrdjAtit, in for rant, from tares to five tlry circus robbed four young men who got on the cireus train as it in these cities to ono whtlo ik.t- - agreed to given imuA hi any conn-soo- - ou re'joDaoirais. Apply to Al nersons indubtcd to above firm must settle at onde. or the claims E. t. GARDBRv I was going from Fraukfort to Louty or section of the S'atevouldap- wilH placed iu tho bauds of an oilicer for collection. '""" . : isville last Friday. After robbing at that the our seetiou or( i. jSept-& SHAW ar elliojc No. 1$ J. W.U. &UU, R.fUSE they made them jump off the BEAUTIFUL! SAY I HE L&filES. waKm.tbletoriptbebcneaMot itJL SUr tiKiO UHlLLtD t'L'S train, aud all were moro or luonuuie wo ISS3IOLLIF JUDGE annouiicw that ine law uuii dollar spent in ii.vi? for HM. Now is the lime to buy never had a the less injured. her Fall anil Kintar nery We could name full tea gentle open GqocIe, Novelties, and Itotionjs noyr way of internal improvement west TtJO Barlingarac, ii and ready tor inspection agaj of tho Tcuneseo liver. rSA.isara ixe men of this district who have the ptrmanontly in Hickman; and if he Judge is a young Udy of rate taste Now onr section is densoly pop- fixes your vratoh, is ahvtiyd at luiuie to 3 Congressional bee in their bouuet. and experience, and will no' doubt this S"iISSi road is almost a Next April will doubtless ftnd season a lie has la the past, fascinate the ulated, tho gravel can build them prove the reliability of his work. J with fira them prominently before tho peo- ladies of this community find her exquis- necessity. Wo money and dnni-nrMoney saed hv buying of, hof tasteful ple. This may be unpleasant in- ite selections of goods, latest and moat with tho State's CO? VLALT IJKOS. work. "hi telligence to a few, but thon it is and artistic style nndThe of goodi have ours that section none, and help faahionr.b'p grades wonderfully. inero am ASQ BIG CLAIjIS in print, to say my Furniture "la a fact. Paducah News. Ait kinds of Di?infeitant8 Ohloride'of been purchased, and uncea marked down .dividnals who aro PATENT to take Lime, bulnhnte of Iron, Carholic Acid? iTOMAKE a stroke of the pea and a little printer's ink to tile best," 'Veauircs but possible back ud tho : "The Purchase," Hon. Henry to the lowentpat favo? fcurcs Whmany the State's interest in tho Turn Jluoriae ot soaa. l'or m:e ai 3i claim with the proof ib a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e a sha'rcrol public thanks for F&t&sffiinal CO Wd ILL'S Drue Stored George's now paper, printed at patronage Lsoticited. pike?; therefore it will not hurt htfrti ISTE-rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respcot thair cooda are "the Wingo, chuck full of nows and tltem; wo will bring the money MEOICIMES! cl-,- l, r t. i .t. best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what theyay when ringing with sensible editorials, is it in gravel The circus in Hickman. Sat hero and SEWING MACHINES! welcomed to this office.. This is urday, was prononnccd"iis tiTOmej roads, which avjU pay tho State as Hog ''hoh-r- rera'die"1 nr gnaranteedTo asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep",ftbe best'' atop the Cholera among hogs and keep the youngest paper in Western tue best "nntr nertorinance" in well as the Turnpikes have. gqeas. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods"ahd wish - them from taking it, or money refundei &.7XX) Kentucky, and tho Couriek, the Hickman formanv vears.vTho at- V X(JJUiirt im.ni ju uj uiuiiui, uui iu o UUt IMy Wa. ""J by oA.XTZK .? oldest, extends it a hearty wel tendance was nox JargecosfBg.to saw BLOHANAN'S : come. IIULIIUII. perfect fit- - F, of . PILETWMES iif theatlachesjit in claiiei, wore KCtocic'A.T ..Tailor-madJmportcnt to Shippers una tnThe United States is making caught in giving false change aiid rasa tlothint; for Aicn, Boys and Fnrniers. coramoudable efibrfs to prevent such crooked- tnusactiBs, and, Children, ih now complete. This MUSE & suaw announce to the public :ahe thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate B5PL0W PMCEtt&t. &o fcc, from the introduction of small-poAc, 4c, &o. some excitement created' When magnificent line oftGoods Is Sir su Goods. This is the point and eseence of this dUSnrse Canada into this country. 3Ieu will people learn not 3& 1. ,..,,. . . . C ..T i perior to anything in thi part of or raii.1 feiieci.il attention 1 .WTi have been appointed to board KMkMKi vnn civen 'to ter.iuu iimiC3 iiuiao actiac iuslc.iu ui inert: mowinc a nnilT. ir in this way ? the country and will be sold much shipment of fruiH. Allhmuusaentrusteti kiww what good URNlTUItE is, and perhaps you don'i;; Utyou want lfnaeriptioDfl filled tt mnj hour, day or alght. Bicg night bell efter 10 o'clock trains that run into this country , ..T ! r thcirkara will have iroinit attention? thdtcst give me a call and will show you. on the Canadian side and make a " iounu ew- - to ill " The French Canadians of: w l I W kep thorough inspection. In this way Hontrcal, woro engage'dina fear-- j w"c"- an" see these beauti- on hand. plenty of Larrtls ..ud fruit boxe1? Jam also agent for the Diamond Sewing Machine, the it is hoped to prevent its appear- ful riot and mob, Monday, tearing jful 'foods beiorc buying and be ladies friend. ance in our "Northern States. down public buildings,' tabbing convinced. N. B, I alo have the lest Stock of Undertaker's Grinds nnA will The greatest variety of Lndu and llisi great the hated English, &c.Th mob 03 Shoed. nt PLAUFri. warr mteil. if faillo The Rev. Sam Jones, tho ljwte oeZO W rEICES.-TSCustomers politely served on short no- Georgia evangelist, lectures in was incited because of7au' order Tll9 Capture 01 Oscar Smitll. give asijsiaciion anointr pi'r ii;i DegiY L1UU. oiore across cuesireec iroin itoicomue s new drug store ormnmi' refunded Alw COIHAJVS McKenzie. Tenn.. Oct. lGth, tit 3 of tho City Council tofVaccina'tO ,, nT. Pf.Alr'R f faurl mi'al frr man Respectfully, r. Jt. His lecture is for tho ben- ino cuisons, 10 cnecjo.smaii-po-'-- j H Inasmuch as all the newspaper ed. efit of McTyero Institute, and the epidemic. The 7roncha"d Eng"The old, popular mnd always reliable Hardwarehouso of MA"Do yon want r. TilRIvsiUNG admission fee is ono dollar. Wo Hsh of Canada si'Ilsillato- "cachl, reports in regard to the recent KNGINE. captnro of Oscar Smith, have fuil- - CHINE, SAW MILL, STKAM are advised that this is tho only other. " "Sl ed to' properly mention thn nfil. SOKGniLM .MILL, COTTN GIN, CORN time that ho will appear in West CP.U.SIIEK, or anything cient services and valuable help line 7 If vou dv ao to in the machinery Tennessee, and that tho railroad MUSK & SHAW H. BUCHANAN gh en by Mr. William Ii. Haskins. and 6t their prices. They rre ai;eiiH for fare will be reduced, &c. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ITas fitted up-Ark.', the Kinland, Fergusou x Co's, iaobine-rniceJconi foTbis1jj tohcziffof rississippi Ford Ward, tho rascally bank- Cloaks and Wraps. torLadicsJand aim ins uupuiy, ,jos.county, and Mill Supplies. which are offered at J Jean, and m er, who ruined tho Grants, threat- Misses. He good citisens generally of that cordially n'rivitcar the tho ens to make a full exposure of tho 2SueIiIcnv .VrniOH Snle. county, I begspace. to make duo basiness of the late firm of Grant u.iu.uc3 ji mthuiau anu surround- acknowledgement of the same, Ths BTS.'.Lvr. m the world for Gate, Braiaea, Sort'S.Uleers, Snlt Rhoum, Fovor & "Ward, which will astound tho ing country to call anil csatniac rvfessrs. Haskins SUCCESSORS TO and Dean did Sore?, Tetter, Chapjed Hande, Chilblains, this superb and clegantlj'ne n public He claims that he has everything in reason, not count- - Corna, nnd all Skin Cruptions, and poli jgo tltft &e very lovrest tno market justifies. All goods guaranteed to T". 3P. of, aud been made a scape-goa- t Circulars, A'ewmarkete,Mlack-et- s, 'g money, timo. or danger, & lively cures or 8s represented and ia guaranteedPile, giveno ;fty reqnitod. It bd that certain men of prominence &c, before buying. Thefarc gave us noble, bravo and indispen to perfect sitisfaorisn, or money refunded. aro the real rascals. DBAtBBS SJST Trice 25 cento 13" the most eiegant fittinrGarmont .aablo ucip. Hespeetfullv, box. Pot Sal at MOOBE LANDRUM8 DRUGS,MEDIC1KES, BOOKS, STTIONTAUY, and Fohool Bupplics. A large sand-ba- r Mat. Adaxs, Jr. has com in this poclion of counfrv aifd?v.ill IHl KB t wcs ILJS Fancy GOODd, TOYd, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS tWXmJmWmmB Jjfe menced forming at tho lower wharf be sold at prices- to suidthcSimt. . TT iK' SUNDRIES, PAINTS, 0IL3, HI The Ohio campaign is getting gt; extending up in front of the busi"AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. ness portion of Hickman. Tho Tho resignation of JminWr. B. red hot. Both candidates aro on 25cts Lower than the LowesWINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. n past 20 years tho fear has been Flomiugas Associate! 3 .r7?cQ in the raging stump and and will v t kayo no clerk expsnsss no lore ren he best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed! TcJj, MOORE can be found at Dr. FARIS Office, to attend night calls at Moore & ?nrnt Z. xad pay cfcsa for all my Oroceriesand that that vicinity miirht "o in the'cw Mexico rrnr. UUClKinilUll!. i. !" - ill Jinint. deliRte Thin waaIt.. ".n fhe attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spelierfrc caa sell aa cheap aa the bcap LauJram'a. river; the next 20 tho fear may fids ill health, and cial inducement's. Correspondence solicited. sU B3t brads of Witinbrr andJ&n Capsi at prevail that it will be cut off from'osH ot tue climate tfffi.iRmndi- Ladies f3eal-- fr !, t.ur rlMtr, 25 mkU ebcaper than tsl A. .tf. H. KKfcJVAJKUii tion. the rivor by a sand-bar- . H. BUGiUKAK'a. . JOHN WITTIXO: t '.S J I T e neighborly eo liteny and duty, own of anv l n'tjht of :n- cittzeup. sLoul impel our Mngis- The lanios of the Hickmau pro ine soma s:'ie anu i sionary tioeioty wi't g.e a ;i:s. iraires io lVa, at, Mrs. 0. II. IIui- c!ivex.:ent crossing of 55ayQn d? i Ohieu. bunrs, thi (Friday ;cvtM. gat r. JK. Thw u & etituj T.ith tug t. WoBtior'!!! Cli which all ladies are itviuti. No i. W, D Ifoyt & Co . WtoleeWtfJotr.n charges. le-a. Mi3K 4; Riiw's. We Ki!t put a ttylish Eit o yyf and drcs ym in um of our btt tfyU rtrtil tm or iyft'tcty for lest of thdn tfoz fitiuk ioe cm. Come Monty vyll-4- t Suit, a''it ft iij yiH ri;h a Cr. rm OFFIin J. AMDKltG'tl SOUS. T j - r-- O-te- -- - ? ap-.'- or'al-'rv.-j- B :-- " -' :. ii i .r.-..- -- f. &.V f' t - sa.rd'syar, o, -- s, w-ar- 1 ! ex-Circ- i S-- :; -- -- ."- -? -- i i ljrrrf el.-.se- 'eiSkfeS: I i be-tio- n. f J. AHBEEG-- SONS. S '.;n-ue- -- I run-mu- g fttook-orIil-li- J. W. COWGILL salc-Mi- ss Watoh-Tiiaks- r, loea-te- l -- o XRTJGS, Trusses in-rea- W m- -i re-inve- st a nt HOME rIjSTTS 1 1 ,IUW.-1.U.V..tmM- Kt M- - Uam e, '! - - x toUbo-cheat-e- d " VE TSrBW,rrJfXyJK 7 caTTkjLjXrnsr I st-cla- ss " :i.l Z 1 TT . . 1 light-runni- ng ).(Jr'' 1 I i n- j wii-rn- E. T. GABDNER 31.1ABI.E eu) Bfll !H- .il - a y r ofRu-'-sia- FOBTUNE COMAN"?. i, "BRSfJ." oiisnE PRICE "-- j - ! ' T rooeies WtGtm - I 1 '.. - i - " - I - T CA RESORPTIONS SPECIALTY. i W ?" , 3 rk 'U ii- - X ' it . 'I r4 v ry f i. -- r - ft & b4 4 r ;- r- - GOODS (m 3? g MAK, rll r- 1 ifi 1.JI w 19 W rrrayy7a3airrEK3EEgiBtwUfc,,.iJ-'j-iJirwi- N WEI E Has now received his full stock of EiBk AND WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete m all departments. These Goods were hought before the late Big Goods and will be sold at lower prices thaiSphi be found at any other house in this section of country. He has completely outdone Eise in prices, and they are all b all former purchases in quality, price and style. Recollect this house dtscoutns all advened prices. nrst-clas- "T r m:ujus. jyjVT?"" r H THE SEQKU&H BOUSEE. WHAT IS CIVIL SERVICE REFORM? Is If" r-- it m a Betterment of Affairs? to t'i Cnnr!r-Jnrn- l ) Sjclnl 'i --' l T certainly can o no exenso now for any misunderstanding as to the President's attitude on the subject of reform. His letter to Mr. Eaton states tiio case clearly, and shows not only that ho is in favor of reform, lint that he cordially approves of the present law as a means of attaining that end. Ho is, therefore, an Eatonian, a Pendletouian, in the fullest sense that cither word may bo applied to the subject. If there has ever been any cause to doubt the honesty of President Cloveland ub to the much talked, and little understood, laws, his letter to Eaton puts his position beyond all cavil or possible misrepresentation. "What is things. Local bankers, baker, dry goods merchants, miller.,, meant by it; and is tho President grocers, druggist and other busiright or wrong? Is tho law right ness men should think of above or wrong? Tho law, iu brief, pro facts somctiuios. poses tho appointment only of qualified men to certain offices, and Tiia! Inquiry. their qualification to be ascertained Tho peoplo determine at an elecby personal examination by a com- tion whether or not a ccrtaiu docmittee of experts before their ument, which is laid beloro them, names can bo considered by tho shall be tho supreme law of tho State: in other words, whether it President, or the appointing head ; shall be tho constitution. Padu-caand further, that such appointees Xews. shall not bo removed during tho Tho Courier .asked thp Xews term of years to which they are to point out "the insufferable appointed, for partisan reasons. ovils" imposed by the picsent conThis last only applies to 700 to stitution, such a3 should impel a 800 of the S0,000 offices within the peoplo to revolution, and the gift of tho President. Tho objec- - above can hardly be considered tious to tho law aro: Ian answer. The rfakt of i evolu to build up tion is not one! jtioacl; b 1st. That it tends an aristocracy of a tho giiovauccs. the catae$ suiH- class not dependent upon tho 1 voice of the people, but depend- cieat c ent only on a stereotyped exami!2ic EJBUEis-eitcLiEtovolt. nation and tbo favor of a few friends at court. orlJ r m Jbe New 2nd. That applicants can be Eastern tlloumelia has revolted IT tested as to qualification by a com anaItova nioouicsd revolution uas at experts, and .. the . same.1 ltCOt tllrt 'Piit'mwIi Tlllfl IU t Ctfifrln mittee of , ,, a, Ullribt IUV AMWfJM Mtv Il UllltU line iiemumenamu iu tuc . oico "H Saturday aftein oop. The Govern-th, , people as oxpressed throusih L,,. -- Washington, Sept. 2i. Thoro, " civil-servic- e civil-servic- e qnestsforfJv specchthoOolo Aiipel- thv 'tB:-- 1 . nu said: "I don't intond to ... 4id i.urt8 m rvGniuoi.jr J in tie i .. von ., Riipoch. tor ln:ie not neoiuf - septl8-l- y i r iim..i womui jeu iiutt - ni n . r nt' mui'i fiirrriMTinn j uv ... iiai 9;""" -- vncrnTimv innr. trained as a public lalkor. I hav """ri"""ii" lco , " W"VK- - Yr" I should go to Aow io ,H, lV , i.iur- - here a document that I would li i a lino o: goods lor up sen aim i miiciuu ui u com uiooucu to rcail to von. It is tho T. family!" The mercliant replied: fier in thStato of Kentucky, was witten h yfnti1Crnpon mauerj .. . ,..,, ar.a.u ,)Crtahl;n;, to th(J war , ud hai a ioui .Mit-- i ; iW8tu "1 WOUKI think-yoAnUHNtYS Al LAW, you set tho same goous juai ciiarging mm wuu uoing a uigiuvu ...,. h'fnrn know in!,(i0 public irant was As he entered into the uar witl JIIOKXAlY, - - - KENTUCKY. as chenD of mo and also aid a fel lrom luticc tbo printer sworn out by Sergeant John lowcitizon.' When to nil buaintiw cnlrUbted first companions, am YV to imported Purkc, chief of deteithes on a ouashiu to their care. called his attention r.sUv always t poke of your regi letter and bill heads, tbaiuoibliant telegram from KontucUj, statin'' meat with affectionate interest, i Office Furulturo Factory. nov8-';coughed and walkodf behind the mat ureeuway avsis a muruerer, is fitting that you bhould be llu connter to wait on ft customer. and asking for his arrest "and de- first to hear his parting words And the Bamo merchant, just a da tention. When the arrest was This is what he wroto upon thdiO. L. before, abked tho priutcr to give made the Kentucky authorities paces I hold hero : him a freo pnffaboutlua big stock wore promptly notified, and reATTORNEY Ar UW k,I foci that wo aro on tho eve of new goods. "Whe: bills from plied that they uould get a requi- of a new em, where there ij to b paper mill and type foundry came sition and send for tho prisoner. creat harmony between the feu Collector, Roal Estato Agent HICKMAN, icr. in tho printer thought oi theno Greenway has in the meanUmojvlB au lhJ (jontoi oraies. t f al IS KENTUKCY LOST TO ALL REGARD FOR JUSTICE? Tho following, v. Inch is copied from the N. Y. TelrRrjiph,nPP1Jt's ConfQ33e(l'jjWQofor Escapes with a Pairotgun force to many A iiBcause oi an $ iree. places we know: "A printer stood nt the desk of ITronithe Prlnreton Vastier. a business man tho other H&S nIjd TKoIissouri Republican of ono noticed him using letter $ud1' bill jy lasVwcok said : hcattB wbifih ho had 'Solar of a "STcw YoTTcorEiifrrto-iJopTS- . Saidjj P'A remarkable caeo caino before was a fci.siouor frudco ISToonan in tho court of tho printer, who mi ; -- P:s2rKeae If our Onn. r l'int uicrlif rifli n nrimorv cnaeinrft? of tho veterans of GeSf Grant's oldegimont, tho Twontp first Illinois volunteers, bejranher! union 4 Jf'l" Speech by Coi. Fred &rmt. Neoga, III., Sopt. 21. Tho jo? Slcssional Uarite D, G. PARK, "J'D, HOED! A7TEHTI0N ! FASIIIOXABLE - ont and was accorded a vory henrii tv reception. Jn response to, ic- Kl. B7HoAENDflUmn 8H0P. Xorth West comer of Moscow nod Troj Arennw, East Hickmaa, Ky. aT"8atiJ)factioa guaranteed. , - .llnco Slnrsh, 1S77. ;jtfe. tatljtbc;countUa of tbo fl "., a s c I"- 7 , tatitoHtA.&R. . ntl "YJO-ILLnttc- TILER THE BARTER J. 6R0CERY- S u n .u-iu- ih ,u;ii.u e -- ; i,n MR. Has now in stock all the new improved Breech-LoadiShotguns and Fistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats nnd Helmet, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at prices that will compete with any other chy in the conntxy. Call and examine before buying. ng M. MONTGOMEEt, to his friendi and the pnblle that he baa opened a new and fresh b apply ef all kinds of Family Gxociaiss, which he will sell as low as the lowest. lie is ready at all times to eichange Groceries a( x RANDLE. eaih price for Baiter, Eggi, Chickenoor any kind of marketlag that the farming friendi may bring in. The highest kel pries alwaya paid. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BBa SALE AND LIVERY STABLE h .V.k living witness K Will attend promptly to all bael tion. Ono remarkable feature of the )to lho cori:ectncsa of this piopha nca8 entrurtcd bim in Bouthwestert c;tau io linn iuo .ihisuiut tiuu ;u .,. Uni T ivvyi it wttlnn :nn Ihiil l KentHcLy and Northwestern TennesBCB . .. uuu fV.nl rcstca minuttoa his identity, mi-- . u i.IV UV j.OW Ti.n .miiirR!illv kimJj Special attention gien tothe investlg ,rt xj--- IU t The Fall Sossiob will conmence .V milted that . he muruercvi wiu man i t.nnrt tion of Lr.nJ titles, and the pwrchhee ,.n,nol!n,i . ILL IJ UAlFlLilLli i t,.o .ni n" TJanS ,1 ealc of HcaI Estate. It nnfiiol.-tnc iti ,.ai,i.i i. am i..v. ...i stated in tho when it ..,r. RnitnriKnd TI1?T IWfl MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885. chartro unninst him, and has con biy would provo my last scorns t tinued to a&mit his guilt from .1 : i me the beginning of the answer I A.. A.. Arxl Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commenced timo ol Jus arrest to the presou to ,j e nj iavo j)Cr,co p The cs PHYSICAL AND SURGEON, time, and when brought bctorei ,:.. nf .uf.n rnRlinfi Judgo .oonan yesterday morning, ...... t rftRtril!tcl! to section d HICKMAN, KENTUCKY MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, ho admittod his ffuilt in- - opeu .. .iin A o fltl'tSintl fv to kFFEua hiB Profossionnl SorticeB court. Continuing Five Months. tho ncoine. Thov camo from irf the citnons of Hickman and vicinity "Col. Claiborne, the prosecuting d:idaul civizens of all nation alt anlO-'BTho oourre of ntndj. luoludlng thorough primary work in English Wnnehsii Matbe-miticattorney, moved that the prisoner lica. fiosa r.'A denominations- - th Latin, Ore sk, German, the Natural SdstMea, Elocution, Pwitnotjohly, Book. bo discharged for the reason that! ptoiC8tant;th0 Catholic and th y Kfjiing, Music, Drawing wid Callsthenioe. a" 'C. b mII iuq oiaio oi r.1 tU niuseu io .1T l"V 111111 P ... LiiU .....i,...n nJjlK?L It I Especial attention is derotod to the preparatloa oi etadetito for cdWga, aod yooag lliilll !., ILlllKli --Kin w" solid for linn. Col. Olaiborno stat-tj05men forbiuincfj. tho land scioiitiii ic, ednca ed that a few da:, sago the bhernr, t;o:iJj MUM w roIlgiou8 or oluerwisd or the county n. J.cafcnciy vUcrc;ro.ti XQ a;a ter int0 t JJVrm?? Groceries i I r Faris & Parker, ESNTUCKT 8TEEBT, constantly KEEPS aale oa fcaad for -- i -',, h. kir ... f,i:., I i ;- rr DR. O FABIS. H0B8E8, DDQGIE8 and BACKS. Having parchased the stable, horses and entire outfit of W. B. PI u bubs t we propoee to continue the basineai, u&& sollolt patronage W. DIESTELBEINK s, Family Groceries. trooble to show vooda. andome and see, at the oorna oj Trcf and Moscow Avenua. t HUhm&n, E B--- -- I 0f m -rj U -- "5 A. '- -l V tt:i i( li fiJO spooc to name all aHloJE ms Coiof that ho had ma.io apnl.ctt.on ,u dlloformtOthc-ivrinort. ..Cl.-I.ir- 01 Police Hnrngim, caj .. g ; puo; l ,, c jt.e Rl' to Bnpp0B0 ail thio ,, w . ,,, a iu rii mn(. -. s j.vd .iwo noo s of . tM.inc 'lickle Br.dSu. TUITION: . offico-holdor- s, i V-- ri W i i 1 ti IS" 1WTlaaat?ritB ;iy 7-- gea Advaoccd Groceries tmd Faw.ly U'l .TCC.i t n J .... v Ij crnor of Missouri. for tho cirai very bloody and a very COStM crally. PAYABLE Tho Governor; war. Uno Ride or tho otuor linu tion of Groonwaj-of Kentucky had acknowledged to iph, Saddlery aijd Harness tliatl j horeceipt of the appliitionforbeoroitcouUjbe dearcr Ilt t0 bro the rccmisitioxi, bat rufoood to ,r IIiCititA v, Ky., Ang. 7, 18S4. wlm1.1sA1i . ., ,e mi h fr noet pll!?nVt v.i...i: etui .tuo ,H.imci .until ajieo oi on tl$ "''!' Jherf) ' v,rtoru; side, it ins o tuattci PLUKV.ER & FARR1SS, MS ln iiiipiU-i tuckvlora rouuisition o.i ii o d . , , :. . ;... n I L. Htabar Irlmftry Piiptl Intorm'vlifj'e d fr month.. 4e J4 a WOO 400 5 00 MOATHI.V 3n I3f A1VACK. 'AlilLY GROCERY (DAVIS OLD STASD.) All kindi of ' va 13-1- ,.1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ! 1 3rd. That the law not only pla- s ccs above the voice of the people, but forces thorn to bo nondescripts as to politics, or liypocrits if they have an opinion. onico-holuer- toyich, installed July o, 1SS-1- , is a prisoner, aud submission has been made to tho rrir.ee of Bulgaria, Alexander, who tho i.pr-ointo- ,,M UfUCIIBiai, o,...-VlilUilCI r.,. XilOliil o,. e wuica- - concerning only a few persons, occupied so much timo that most matters of general importance were neglected. Tho members their neglect of general legislation with the plea that their constituents demanded attention to their local bills. Each, having discharged tho duty with which he was charged by his homo people, overlooked the duty ho owed to tho Stato at large. It should bo understood moro fully by our legislators that they are for tho whole peoplo, and as etch occupy a position of much greater importance than that of tinkering with turnpike charters for their respective counties. Every citizon has a right under the constitution to ask for any deg sired legislation, but tho are not obliged to pass every bill presented. They have at least tho right to discriminate and give their attention first to the matters doomed most important. Louisville Commercial. So far as wo kuow or bolievo the voice of the peoplo is unanimous for stopping this "local legislation," aud no dubt of the members eloct of tho so announced to tho people ia asking for an election. This being trae, it looks liko there saoald be no trouble for tho Legislator io adopt and uphold a rale to atop it. But, tho same state of (acts, have attended each LegUlatare for tho past ten years, bat Instead of thero being a decrease there is from year to year aa actual increase of "local Bach member throws tho blame on the other member, and continues to pilo in tho "local ox-cua- ed law-makers Stop Ijocal Legislation. Fifteen hundred local acts passed by the last Legislature, each ltcpro-sentative- inuc-tcntli- B Lcg-islata- re provisional govern moat. 31. Straus-ky- , his special commissioner and representative. Ont of a population of 830,000 in Eastern Iioumc-li- a noaily GQO,00') are dcj'Tibed as Bulgarians, wirlc t!ic resident Turkish population is less than Tiris rcclt doubtless 200,0G0. has been long in preparation and was easily accomplished. The signal for tho rising came from Bulgaria, aud i3 said to havo been inspired by JtnssJa. .Nevcrihelcfo it 13 just possible 41. ..X llJ.lv this little Konmehan revolu tion may make trouble for nioic iiupoi-ian- t powc.-s- . The Sultan of Turkey demands tho enforcement of tho treaty of Berlin. That treaty, made July 13, 187S, created Eastern lioumelia, as the same treaty did the principality of Bulgaria, and it loft Eastern lioumelia uudcr tho direct political and military control of tbo Sultan, giving him tho right to fortify aud defend tho frontiers aud to keep troops there. And with tho assent of the treaty-makin- g powers tho Sultan could namo the Governor-Genera- l for a term of five years. The now doposed Governor-Genera- l is the Sultan's appointee. The Prince of Bulgaria, whoso rule tho revolutionists acknowledge, is a brother of tho Empress of llunsia. It is probable that tho Sultan's request for tho ciiforcmnonVoiytUo Berlin treaty will receive atten tion, but tho "serious conscrpion- ces" to all Enropo predicted by tho cable are not dikclyV A little diplomacy will do deal nowadays. President of the haoti'y formed secuting attorney as correct from his standpoint, but that ho would not discharge the prisoner but him to jail for thirty days longer. Ho hoped for the good name of a sister commonwealth that thero was a nm tatcc somewhere, and that the authorities had not voluntarily allowed such a miscarriage of justice. Ilere was a man w ho was indicted for murder in tho Prst degree. lie confessed his identity and hi guilt .in open court. Said tho court: "I will givo the Stato of Kentucky a further opportunity to get this confessed murderer and take him and try him. I will not be a party to tnrning loose in this community murderer. It is ab a horrent to tho common humanity. I can not boliovc that tho authori ties of tho Stato of Kentucky aro eo lost to all for instico. I will nor aud have tne governor oi Kentucky notified of the stato of tho case. Mr. Lodgers a member of tho bajilUyou please see that this irattended to, and represent the State in caso of an habeas corpus to act thc,prisouer free?' committed in aamurder was --and ncnds on county, who tho sheriff askod for thorcovlBtho man red-hande- . mg u was ,,o. ....i and that therefore the rcr msition would not bo issaod and l"t-would not como for the prisoner, and ho might be released. Col. Claiborne said, under tho circumstances, he could do nothing further, and asked that tho prisoner bo discharged accordingly. "Judge Noonan said that ho recognized the position of the pro. . 3 ""? ":;r":rV"- , c?uu:y.wl.ciordcs.iveaivooruot. o ntativc tho ., . coutrovcr8 Mt:f..?tw ffl.lfi.. nl.nnl.l ;nl..1 iikihim .l.l.i, auuum muu juiiiuu f.n..:lr' hub I,- i, if that U u ft 6igLl5canf ,,.. To ;!o of Jatlf .i St., opposite HICKMAN, - Oo'jrter 0'Jicet - - KY. oa prices. sually Itepi in a nrai-cla- e hpBMj al tc4 in this Rpontaucous move. the good feeling inaugurated inny K IS sj h continue tothe end. A general "Amen!' went np of sny tind. Ilo has secured lho pcrvlcw from the audience, and then the of tliat wi'U Vnown nnd excellent workman, Uncle Bob Farriss, winch of meeting quietly adjournod. t guarantee of good nnd faithful work. g jg. in I hope WELL selected clock of Saddle" ew wort made to order. jf Harnett, Prompt attention given lo ad CASE & MILLET, FkXCY cahdje T, vka HIIfCX-JfEA- A JCAE3 0&IT3 - CRANBERRIES, UQMUXX a;ui a "Tlie Bids. 32a:s." e apr2i is thirty years and moro since 3scr3rtl ICoticc. ibscus.-dugtheven Allperon indebted to the firm of Bon then old Eastern question with dtirant ft Drewry, will please come forward tho English ambassador at St. at an early day, and maXe geltionient CVar Itichohtb, It OCER IXIOKMN KENTUCKY. ISa "3C SJ C9 35S- FQ, dP3 Hngar, CoficeR, Soapa, 'Will not be ondereold. Will pay fall price for Itatte Bgg TOS ! d "J'My Me. Proctoh, our Stato Geologist, who has given much attention to tho pottery clays of tho Purchase, has had a n umber of pieces of pottery made at tho Book wood Pottery, Cincinnati, to tost ii.eir value. Fifteen pieces mado and decorated entirely f'om those clays havo been sent to the Louisville Exposition; and mav be seen in tho Kentucky exhibit Tho chemist of the pottery combills" WoaldnH it bo a good idea for pany speaks in the highest terms the Commercial, or somo enter- of these clays, which are found in prising paper of general circula- all tho counties west of tho Tennessee river. tion over the State, to address a letter te each member elect of tho Tnn Murray if cws Wr-LinPnvs: Kentacky Legislature asking, "If Boyd, of this1 pfaee,.hns relie will offer or vote for a rule not ceived an appointment under Jinn-te- r Tiood as Internal Bovonue to consider auy local or private bill of a uatnro which can bo dis- Gaugcr, aud ;ieft yosteruay for posed of by the courts !" And Owensboro to b0 assigned to duty vote at an times against, tuo sus somowhero in this district. pension of this rnle 1 And thon print the answers, or failures to Hiix, now the Democratic nomanswer; andcthen let tho local inee for Governor of ow Yrk papers compare mo answers, or fatlaraa to luswer, with local sen was elected LieuUGovcrnor by timent and the position of the 10(5,000 majority. Eot 1,000 awaberwheu asking an election. more votes than. C&eland. legis-latioa.N n the'.reqK'Juion. JNow who uomanuDRUGS, MEDICINES, FA1NK MD ed tho ? I otho As- latter never can" bo properly ntil- The 68 JnSjA. Wilson, Adra'r, Tcft. J iKKnaic? Jz&LjsaLJk sistant Sccrotary ofStatoaud ized under Turkish rnle. Tho J n ilrlne of a ittdzmont and order of COM F OUJTLSDl in Europo is a survival of ofithc Fulton Circuit Court, rondered EST PRESCRIPTIONS CAMM under law this oflicial is mado Turk r.Hno aa UUIM at the.AnguBt term inercoi, 1000, in mo ii... UUll.H.O"'" Alinot tin "v milt. sale tllU solely dependent on fees for his camped, never uvcu mere, ana m 'abo"f0can30, for the sum of three hundred ..,.. inc. ? nnnnnnttnTi lino nni' and7eifly-nv- c dollars aud forty. five cents salary. lie therefore had a right fyS385'45), with intorcat at the rate of C to demand it, but whose duty was titer learned nor forgotten any! pcfeent. per annum from the 2Sth day of untouched it to pay it? Tho law expects! tliinsr. lie has stood tide of civ? A"itg5ti 18S5, until paid,toand $13.75 costs offer for sale amid the surrounding herein, I shall proceed somo ono to bo suQicicutly inter- ilization and progress, and lacks 'Kt'the court bouse door, in Hickman, Ky., I 2IEAN WHAT I SAT AND 8AT.WI1AT 1 3TSAX. each case to .pay the fee, UltllUL llirt alkilitv nr l!in au UlUItt 0 the highest bidder, at Public Auction, iTtfiAT ested in ,! lW"ij v lsv day of October, TEE OX1YY SCIENTIFIC WiB EMED IS but if thero is nono such present, tion to float with it to a hig'.ier and on Monday, the i2lh m- - or '"creauouis, one c,ocKj P Bt certainly the Sheriff, no moro than better life. How much of tb'3 1S35i County G'i:rt day), upon a credit os. (being iuho-rcnis due t of six months, lho following described . any other citizen, ought to bo ex- chronic deficiency race, to SoUbj all rpteUbte DruggUU ndCa18,0-'ilfCity lot No. 69 on tho qualities of and how property, iiis owi pected to pay it out of Fulton much to a iutalistic fa'th, no one plan of OUII Hickman, docs not county, VHATTBE REMEDY WILL DO. sell for said lot pockot. Tho truth is tho State iwvn pretend totlteraine; bii tio to pay said judgment, then I will when it expects ofliccrs to perform fact remains, r.ul is afuueicnt for eiouck Nob. 1. 2, 3, 4r 5 0, 7, 8, 40, 54, lots polwaoa. certain duties involving an outlay tho practical issues involved. AR 57 and 00 in block a, and lots Tos. 58, ""eI! It la the only xenJ HTJOM bog,. Lo heD 6i" 6lJi iy' lJS IVJ 'w It Will ilop iough afnS money, ought to in- That tho noblest seaport on earth Sni CO. Cli203, 20 J.6i b0 200,207,208, 200, of time and th to! . . It tveaUU 205, 02, erery f imtmica. and somo of tho fairest and rich-will mwrvt demnify such ofliccrs by some est territory under tho .sun should' 'no' 211 212, 213, 240, 247 and 213, in IJ--. ItThn cettlns t ('",!! wTS or not) m Caln morc thn III II r,:.. 4. and lota Koa. 90,97, 119, 150, 151, lN"otie Ocnuino without " "BiKi oiucrs are gmiulng ono. doable the ioaM guarantee of reasonable compen- in tliis day and generation be in iro in blOCX O all of said 101s in East this Trou MutK. cii2tdle, cnelowj lo ! prosecution Turkish hands is an insult to tho Ttll itcv.nrn of Imitations clnlminKie w.i rrl... rmiiaiiinn.r .. ... uuiv sation. Tho arrest, "iaixlte II1U UCmmiSBiuuci jrrorpcra ofuoe color, blip, aud diroctloci of nj eu know- or" Eiid lots as may bo ncccs- and punishment of criminals con- ago. No conceivable change of .i- jo manv said judgment; or sufficient DONE. pay ownership could be for tho worao WHAT THE BEWEDY cerns too seriously the best inter(hereof to produce the sum of money so aAa1A, o., Jnne20,16St. . rJcrei to be mado. For tho purchase est and wolfaro of the peoplo to T TT&ikAt TTo? .nd c&A let ",.. lho Durchasers. with approved clclitlinvn li.M Tlr. Jnrf. (SX)) worthHxmnmAm. ImC sprint oat of alflrJTf U"ao.lre4 ha. began upliosdrrd dollar of hog leave enforcement contingentfees. ESTHE'SSALOOIsT, LiretV or securities, must execute bonds, reMInR the Ilcmcdy while thet were btino T Tin tb or t?T.i!v BIT' "a 'rom the first day legal in lercst from tho day of of feedinz the Kihedt. I DAVE SOT LOST K HOG . on tho payment of littlo "PdrtKht alons. aud fcadncjo claimants. Nicholas has long ago HOW TO SAVE been gathered to his fathers, his sou has followed him to the land We arp Wlmlnsnhi IIp.idnnartor for al of shadows and silence, changes grades of have occurred in Europe of which CHilJ, SM0S1HS TOBACCO and CISASS he never so much as dreamed; yot "tho sick man" still defies death and will job to dealers only at Factory price,-alhtho and the doctors, and his estate largo aa it though not quite as was is largo enough to excito the tthejbeat Veep Hie market. "Vo einy and jealousy of unecrnpu constantlyin on hand a choice also refection awaitlous neighbors, anxiously ing the inevitable diihion. Be- - ."SI GKOCEUIEP, Bonmelia, havo un-- . FAMILY nnvcinTinvi'iji vu Ktm. rTJ Uifiil.llU.uilii'U the iinal AND FRUITS. thore is no cood reason for botiov vplilch we will pcII very low for the cash injf it ns near at liand as many poncase call and eoo us. litical prophets on both sides of i" FllQUA&ScBO'W. tho ocean aro now confidently, predicting. ., SLOWER and LOWER. No intelligent porson can sen-onsl- y doubt that not only Europo, ,' Allkinds of Qrocories hams, aides, &0. but tho world, will bo vastly tho cheap ao tho cheapest. I will not bo JOHN WITTiNQ, .!nn 1t. 1in rlnmnlitinn nf t.llO ylersold. ,a?mr Turkish govornniont anil'tho'disvj, trilmtioii of Turkish domain. Ex- - 4 Co2missioncrN Sale. norinnnn lms demonstratcu that f Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. of air- - . . . . tho former is utterly iucap.-.bl-c 1 tho Martia Chambers, l'laintin, substantial improvement, aud TJ& against Petersburg, alluded to Turkey as "the sick man,' whose death could not be far distant and whoso estate would thon havo to be divided among various contesting Ofiiccat E. Colli!) drug storo & MiivrcllV old stand. Alexauder BOXDl'KANT & pREWKY. NASHYILLEj CO., jOhattaQOOg( Atlanta, Florida A1 Uickmnn, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. HEETWECK, BALTZEE 3IAnU?ACT0RERS OF & JONEY o mm llASf! ussswBBC3eSS59 Hickman, TIE-OLD TAkeiii !Keniucky. h, e & St Tho L. fy fl tl J REUIABLEfl fsr 1 CHAS. A.UOLCOMBE, I FAVORITE. Call on nearest Ticket Agent, Or Address W, at. JeBCB, PMff. O. P. & T. A aiaille, Tona. FRITZ. BELLNEE, T. Agt iliokaaa. ' DFfrSTiR W. I. DAXLEV. A(L, Dallas, Tex., qf "-- -' I WILL Dr. IjSTSTJRE ygtjr hogs HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. Haas' Hog and ?oaltry Remedy. ;.C7- OEAtEK IX to-w- it. Italian and Amxrioan Mabbli MONUMENTS, TOMB AND OaAVB 8T0HEB. a fine lot of Amoa HATING received Marble, I am prr Italian pared to fill all ordars. Call and exa 1c9l -x III ur work. ti;-vm- Orders from the ccuntry promptly majSC lS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. PLEASAST KjESORT. until paid, and having the rorce ana Hence, Secretaries, and Common- A Attorneys, &c, should I'RESn RErjR constantly on Up. Ci. .13 ot a judgment. Bidders will be wealth's rrpnared to comply prompt y with these let the have fixed salaries, and forfeited prsftnd TobaCM, of the best brand?. eolieitcd. Tatronoite Stato collect its foes, Maittr gee!- nor lf i ,crv;rjr bonds, &c. n2 t has only cost tue 327.50, and Ui' 1 PRICES. 50c, 81.25 rated me froia nm sore it .."ill. IV IL. and 82.88 per Ul, atcor.llof a ks For sale by wpfjj-- it J. W. OOWGILL, IlickoiBB, Ky. r v JOS. B0"' i !B;;:" o., Indianapolip, Ind. I3- ThXKLKK. - terns, Good &c. Apply to Bjayll8S5-f- o ONE Acres, Six Booms Two Cia Well, Spring, Stable", Orchard GEO. N. HELM. Hickman, Kj- - SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, aboo 11-- ' hi 4 r. J li,S ' .