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Wjth Neatness and Dispatch. aam' jBHpjjK!' srrvEiiOPEa, LETTER-HEAD' Street, next door to City HalL BILL-HEAD- S. QEOROE WARREN. Editor. Xhe Oltle.vt Newspaper ia osstex-- n nTTrix.i:io3srs. VOL. Clll-Serlce PRICK OF SUBSCRIPTION. SI.50. HICKMAN. PULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER SITUATION CRITICAL. XXjMo. fS ETC.. BTO, 1. ot.Xix axx3 sub um-- GRANT'S GREATNESS. IMPUDENTiRAftTKSANS. sured that tho political condition preTHE COMMONWEALTH. ia Senator Lojpin rulnglrcs tho Old lterormaa Hie Gratulfom vailing in tho South is the one that seSeventeen :U nml Hoys Injured by an Conflicting News trim riling the Itouiiic doiug it the most material good and at Memorial Sen ice In the A.KIce Given byvKepntJlIcan. Kxploslon. I.oulTllIr I.rar Tobncoo Tfarket- llan IIUturlanct. To Rotoinspn's Circus Train in Min-FThe Powors Notified of Russia's curing for its people tho greatest measChurch la WiwhlnKton "Where tho Dc.d Dark and heavy styles have ruled strong There aro manyDiwaocrats who do ure of social and political tranquility; Pittscurgh, Pa.. October 2. A battery London, October 1. The Times' corre' ,nesota. Hero UeU to Worship. Desire to Occupy Roumelia. ind full, with prices 2ofa,Vc higher. Regie' th'oCiljfervice iaw, and of boilers in Clarke's Solar Iron Works, at spondent at Constantinople thus summar Exchange. Wasiuxgto.v, Oct. 2. Services In mem- Jtyles have been especially brisk, and havw not believe in Thirty-sixtTurkey's position: "Turkev has no and Smallman streets,' ex- izes .Bpia mugwump ofjjeiieral Grant were held hero last aiarked the principal rise, a consequence of it is the fashion ory The Porto to l'ay m Certain Inand to WHY THEY ARE TURNED OUT. Five, Employes Killed and Thirty or ploded at 3:05 o'clock this morning, with army ready to march.no stores, no money demnity Warned Indlcutltyi Increasing. cvenjnc under the auspices of tho local more general competition among the buyers newspapers to Warlike disastrous effects. Seventeen persons were in tho Treasury, no administrative energy. of denounce theni .a nHjatriolic There Offlce Under a Democratic Admlnlstra- commdery of the Grand Army of tho jf both leaf nnd lugs. Offerings outside More Injured. dangerously scalded, tbreoot them known She must submit to the inevitable." The tion Shoniil Bo Tilled by Democrats. tho Metropolitan Church, at which these categories have been smnll, with no' arc jut as TuanyjierwbUcans who do to be fatally burned, and some of the others Powers have resolved to compensate iV General Grant was a regular attendant dnr-i-S new features. Theabatmentof demand latThe opposition press will persist in CONhTANTiNOPLE,October3. law. not believe in th The intimawill probably die. The men were at work if the Porte accepts the union between BulT terly for Burley tobaccos is due directly to Tho October 4. A terrible when the explosion occurred. Those garia and Roumelia. residential terms. The canmtiwrj who profess to taking a wrong view of the reason why tion that Russia w ill claim tho right to I3 ono of the largest in the city, the negative result of the failure of n strong bo its most elliciegUriends havo no remccidea happened on the Fergus Falls who were fatally hurt wtre Constantinople, October 1. The Am- occupy Bulgaria and East Roumelia has "Republicans are turned out of the FedLrancUpf Hho'orthcrn Pacific Railroad. their homes, whilo others were taken to bassadors met tva9''Ted- - Funeral chimes were rung frost indication, and to the continuance of spect for it. Verjjfew politicians' who been promptly followed by a formal notifito consider the taken to question at the residence of Count cation to tho Powers. The claim is based flom s?w to elcht o'clock, and wero fol- - a term of simply perfect weather for havo heon tiotl tO.aCthre DartV .servico eral offices and Democrats put in their eeven.lUfsiveatr of there, this morning, the various hospitals. A slight re-- q . y. Corti, tho Italian Ambassador, but by which five men lost their lives and on the military conntlon with Turkey lowtfUyantV organ oIuntary by Dr. J. W. bringing the crop forward successfully have any faithiatY It requires the places. A contemporary speaking of followed the explosion and a Eas notable feature of the through tho such changes, and assuring that they It is privately breadth of vic.vr thirty or forty more were moro or less in lort WUUUil.'U Ul .t.n. ..mill JJUM. vast of an important transacting any business and tho treaty of Berlin, and sets forth, ... ami J.MA....1 .n.........4...1 F? the wisdom, iUC UIU1 '"muting and the singing of war reported I.IUU nature, several of the Amthat an exceedingly bad break in hy the?" traditions of active have a partisan y urpose, says that they juieu.uuiinnouiii5ou'ssnowieimaupeion, ,Hrt . is entitled to act as the agent T tb Hint. bassadors having not yet received formal that Russia le tit. Cecelia Ladies quartette. prices has occurred at Cincinnati, while ... n-- i. . r .. . r i .I. instructions from their respective Governpartisanship oi Presidout "belie the uca Jrmcu of Europe, as well as for her own security. p iwo secuons. tins was called to order bv I)e- tVv """K"" ? miles ofmFergus Falls, near a Ifyiug diiHcaliv was expenencel in strong. and offensive breed .and susUiin a belief the past ten Democrat'c professions of ments. The Porte has sent a circular to No serions objection would bo offered to a aven Cleveland fJomiiiander M. M. Brooks, and the dark leaf markets are generally years, made in denouncing them. The greatest corfusion .. Powers, protesting against tho recent joint 1SS4 tobaccos as follows for the Hfti named French, the head or istod. Men, women and child-er by Dr. Huntley, the present We quote Republican machine rule and loudly European occupation. Under the conin tiie ncy ?rWsJ1 appointment rushed action of Princo Alexander in disarming packages: baggage-sectiythe church. General John A. Lo broke in two "while going j frantically about, an the moms of the in- the Mussulman inhabitants of Roumelia. right iiu declaring for reform in the civil servvention largo revenues were bypoth Darkmul Hrary. Jiuruu. cator of the occasion, was intro- - Trash. good.' system will .take ti ic ice," etc. grade, and ten or twelve cars jured mincledivnth the sbaifs of the .7) time. Toe && of tho for tho payment VikxxAj October L Tho opinion gains ecated ?3 TTrfi 4 00 5 3 75t 4 warmly welcomed. His speech Common lups d tiie Democrats will 4 7.Vr 5 00 4 Zft i 75 payments havo place ot the ba If the object ofsubstitutinjr Republic- paying back at a terrible, rate, jI tightened gathe'ing3!riMtorjXi oflicej ground that thHlloumelian crisis is extend wjir indemnity. The - tho' past threq , 5 M7i, 0 00 bo 5 i'.fo 5 50 ntly Interrupted by the plaudits Medium lues....- ana' ing, and that unless the Powers intervene leen in arrears forSinned most to an oflidalbyDemocratewtuino other Jound lo'ik "- -. a7?f tBDjn. wasjrompriy notiiicornHa puyjm-i. r. k rr.f. t. n i ma II set- envl'lc.1i.lM'0"''",iSi5-ti5-th0ime tor Tiiejjtgi TtraippivUottfiiSSuwrj ,.. i thaaito secjjrp tlio'sort'WsofcUe Dem- - ULnillDnHTOTlW TWdluiniea-f.";..- vtieurTirtrAT" .;.-- .. 7 . uj il firfent i . i im i urn; , mu mumii.im nuni- - i utrra. 1 u h i uu w y.4 it a : rt&&v.- havo vet been made bv the Porte to pro eoiiumiflers nnd the allusions to the Good leaf... a 7fiii w ia tosi.! ui dnctiouof supplies event of a war hir'ng.of ifcostvirnportanr there would be some reason for suciT 13 0UrtI5 U) '"II Of Whom Were SOtind nslpflll. nnd J' rnrriwl nnf "nrm1 witli nli nml bflllS- - with.Bnlgarla, has in the an order prohib- vide tho large sums due. The treasury is niife conspicuous events in the story of Fancy leaf... ia oajsjop. problcm-befor- ejerks-inhissued i ri' the President. It arrecs talk. But it is so obviously proper that emptv. and the taxes are insufficient for (ineral Grant's career. Spending danger. Tho cars ed and bleeding fr m their wounds. The iting tho exportation of cereals. General Logan's Tho Russian noto address embodied a recital from tho standI "jpvf y broken loose increased their ' accident was caused by a rupture of the that the President is Viua3 he oii"-hunder a Democratic AdminPhilippopolis, October I. Prince Alex- the daily expenditures. satisfactory settle.ttlerllanrMi Ilrmv. speenas-theapproached the second or mud drum. Xo warns the Porte that a y vet been offer- to do, but it thinks that toihnuch noise istration should bo filled by Democrats-- , cage section, and probably had ran a mile ' cd, which would theorv has tho sadcatas- - ander is actively engaged In pushing for- ment must lie made, or material guarnnteo point of n personal observer of the Tobacto. business and crops reported unaccount for is made about this seleetiorixpf tools. and it is so evident that the ellic.ency Tho history of General Grant. itl before they struck it Th'e engineer of the tronlip. Th lniiiriv! wr found lving in ward measures for defense. Bulgarian will be seize 1; which means, in plain troops from Sofia are taking the places of his eulogies precedented by Louisville authorities. The Posl would like to see a iui0 of the service is prompted by having so far words, a military occupation in forco of peakcr.Uescribed the subjettof intellect, resaw cars approacmng, all positions. Some of them were jFf. ccLuuii time me stop his train the voluntet-rwho have gone to the Joseph II. Stancel, ased ten, fell in tho paid to the real work ot. Gov the subordinate officials in pol tical ac butonly had to Ambassadors $ts a man of great strength of Tho away from tho battery of the boilers that frontier. All the strategic Turkish territorv. B and river at Louisville and .drowned. Fishing ernment, anditdes res a civil serviceUiat cord with th heads of an Adniimstrnit sfruek him. Tho brakemen on it seemed e Powers will discuss Rus- markable common seiiM coolness, that they could passes and the of the claims actho loose cars tried to put on brakes, but have been injured iby the explosion. The militaryare being rapidly fortified strengthWarlike nnd tenacity ; a true friends to those for coal. sia's shall conduct this work on DcmocRtyu I tion, that it is q merest bosh for any posts aro being greatly they had difficulty in running from largo number of bovs hurt is accounted for tivity in Bulgaria and Roumelia is in- worthy his friendship, and tiie kindest and Mns. Ed. Fcller and one chill were principles. It believes that at present! one to say that 1 turning out offico- car to car on account of the wn?on, by tho fret that they were employed to en ed. being taken on bet of husbands and lathers. advantage killed in a runaway near Crofton. Fuller the service is filled with Kcpublicin holders of the oppose party and put Pauis, October 1. The Tnaps says Rus- creasing, and tho intervalis allowed by the strnte-giwhich impeded their progress. Hail the handle t'ue hoop iron which was rolled on sia It had been said that ho was not a with- nnd tho baby escaped. has decided to recogulze the union of both sides of engineer of the rear section had a moment the mill nearest the boilers. A,panic ocspoilsmen who will coutinue to do their ting its own pople in places, tho capital In the speaker's belief he was Bulgaria and Roumelia, that Germany of- conference at this to tho to hurry forward on tho he could havo backed his train curred among the workmen, and there was fers inorgtimp men and material The tobacco crop of Daviess County will work against the Democratic party. Democratic party b3lies its. past denungarrisons either as a strategist or comno opposition to the uuion.and Austria frontier. Rumors of fighting at the front out a rival and avoided the calamity. lint it was a general stampede for the doorsrA numThe most efficient service that they can ciation ofl!ie way in which Uie Repuba military too late, and tho cars struck his en- ber were hurt in this way, beinc.crnshed makes the compensation of Servia and aro again in circulation, but lack confirma- mander. Ho was greater as Napoleon, com- be much nbovo the average in both quantiWeln ty and quality. render to the Republicans will bo by licans used the public offices for mander than Washington, Adnnn-aplgine with tremendonr force, throwing three upon in their effort to escape. The mill is Greece the condition of her assent. tion. The wires are working from tho Prince of purposes. lington, Marlborough, sleeper's from the track and smashing them badly damaged. The loss cannot be estiadThe venerable couple, Mr. and Mrs. using their Government places as but communications with the The Pennsjlvania Aerolite. Frederick, Charlemagne, Hannibal leyond recognition. The result was f on mated at present. s to the task of the AdministraSuch changes can be made with the John II. Perkins, of Covington, celebrated vanced posts have been cut off. Tho whole Oraii'-. nppareut.-Morthau a hundred men were Claysville, Pa., October 1. The aero- country seems to bo scoured by scouting or SeTnin Africauus, and, in the speaker's their golden wedding on the 2d. tion. Not only w:ll reforms bj checked intention of beneiting the civil service, c liaried in the debris. The scene cau hardly lite, or meteoric strfne, which is supposed parties, of Bulgarian irregular horse and belief, coming centuries would give him a The Debt Statement. ;; Tile Synod of Kentucky will meet in the whenever the are entrusted to Repub- and without tho purpose of turning bodescribed. The night was fearfully dark, to that of Julius if not Washington, D. C, October 1. Tho to have caused the loud detonations heard Servians. Collisions between outposts aro rank equal, when superior, thrown around first Presbyterian Church, Covmston, on lican asrents. but many a R publican them to part tan advantage; and they and the groans of the men were appallin?. moinentnri v expected. Strict orders have the mists and will consider that he is do- should be made if there was any ground The people in the rear section oegan the following is a recapitulation of tbc debt throughout the greater part of Washingbeen forwarded to the Turkish commanders his dul administration by partisan enemies AVednesdny evening, October 21. It isL'nn- a'Deru-ocratton and Allegheny Counties on Saturday to preserve a defensive attitude. work of removing the victims five of statement issued for the pcrs'stent assertions of the Demgiven inme now dispelled it would equal ticipated that this will be an unusually ing a patriotic duty by bringing should be whom were found dead, ind many others form : last, fell upon the farm of Mr. Buckland. in Administration into disrepute ocrats during "the past ten years" that Z of the pleasant meeting of this ecclesiastical.body. administration in glcry anv wounded 'and bleeding. "Word was at by misfeasance in office. The trouble the Republicans used the public offices Jefferson Township, near the West Virgindebt The Montreal Scourge. past Dutv was witli htm a living princionce dispatched to the city, and a train in TtotKls at 4r li percent A Logan County neighborhood became ia line, instend of Cecil, as reported in $ Of the fact that with the average Republican mind is as party machines. charge of Superintendent Vining at once llond at 4 per vent- ple. Nothing could sweno him from a terribly t Montiieal. October 0. Tho returns of some papers. Ellis Jones, who cariies the excited one night last week over that it is jlind to all goodness among they were so used there has been abunrighL He was toasteneii to the scene, and the dead and IloniN tit 3 jwr eent J?I,1WU w mail north of this place, w the Health Olllce show that there were .".7 course ho believed to be tho what was thought to b a wild animal of Democrats. Tno average Republican dant proof. Of the propriety of turnwounded, were brought here. The work of ItefudlngceitillCRtesat 4 pcrct '27,000 oo fiery creature in its flight through conscientious, jut, truthful, courageous deaths from smsll-o- x iu the city on n,afl,ft on removing the men from the debris was n Navy Pension J'und al3 perct person who has ing out of office men who had been is a and magnanimous. He stood by his friends huge proportions. Neighbors were sumthe heavens. He said he never W ;t in St. Jean Babtiste. flin St. Henri, sorry task. A man nlive and uninjured l'acidc It. It. bonds at 0 per ct- - 64,623,He fought not moned nnd the chnse begun. After an learned of Georcj F. Hoar that all Dem nnd forgave his enemies. imas party workers, there can bo beheld a more or awful 3 in Cote St. Louis and in St. Cnnegonde. as, taken from between two dead scene. ...S100,'TT.4tE.' 00 pressive His horse suddenly Yestenlav there were W deaths m the city, for glory but to save bis country. When hour's exciting pursuit, during which one ocrats are bad. It is only the brighter no question. The charge that tho Demones, and it Whs himply a miracle that ho Principal ....... sn stopped, ami he heard a noise as if the liTH,;.1 ... criticised and censured, w hen the clouds of horse fell down, severely bruising its rider. disapproc'ties who Jean Baptiste, 1 in Cote St. escaped. "Wilson, the watchman, saw that Interest winds were rushing onward with great 52 in St. St.Cunegondo. Bruneau.who. Lnui. cnhiiiiny hung about him, lie stood with the tiling was overtaken nnd found to bo a Republicans who F.live in is not to ba ocrats are belying their past it w ill ami:: in thenccident was inevitable, and he could know that George S3 Hoar bation of tlij political use that was Total violence. Looking up ho saw moving high beremembercd.ran into the Central Station folded arms amid the thunders witnessing large blick sheep. hive saiwd his life by jumping, but he reDebt on which intenv--t has believed. If a Republican thinks Dem- made of the public offices had better be above him with incredible velocity a huge a few davs ago, and said that some ouo was the wrath of his enemies, but he spoke not ceased since maturity fused to.desert his comrades, and lost his According to the Tompkinsvillo Banner, ocratic defeat must be accomplished be- delayed until there is better evidence fXSn,TVKV s K mass, which he describes as resembling a Principal him. nnd who was afterwards own defense. Time finally dispelled In his 1'C? i hile trying tokill to arouscthe sleeping men. e of Monroe County is used foul means or fair, why should he not than exists how that they intend to imiSl.St: :)U great coal of fire as large as the largest taken to the hospital, jumped through a the clouds aud let in the sunshine of honest the Wilson was torn to piece's, and his mangled Interest barn he ever saw. There appeared to lx window of the hospital last night and ran judgment, then his heart was found as puro as a gambling den. ii neglect his duty, or commit official sins tate the bad example of "their Republicremains were strewn along the track for ss attached to it an immense flame of a deepS 4,ae,7i; Total through the streets with only his nis;ht as the dewdrop which hung upon the lips fcomo distance. His heart was found on Harrisbtirg Patriot. No less thnn a dozen tobacco barns for the purpo-- e of discrediting his bad an predecessors. Debt beurioj? no interest er tolor than the coal, which tapered off clothes on. He ran into a passage and comtoj of u car. OM tlom'd A: notes of the velvet rose. He believed in the jusfilled with the weed havo been burned in opponent? The teachings of Georjie All a sinuous dark tail n,ia.trti oo intoa a moment, Mr. Jones states,trace. noise menced iKHindmp on the door of a residence. tice of God and that sooner or later He -- .. Ccrtificatci of deposit "A RErUNFTERROR." in the the Purchase counties within two weeks. F. Hoar lead naturally and inevitably ll?.13T.TtiU 00 The inmates becoming aroused, went out Cold certificates A Singular Chapier of Accidents. e him as j to tho (ommission. of such offenses A irepuhllcim Cry That Should Do ApSilver certificates ..... Kj,ca,7in oo which accompanied it ceased; the Calloway reports the largest number. and pave him a beating A constable soon would by some means toguidelino wherecomjusappearance, the flame and the black tho and produced a light, when to their ma .ler of our armies place , "Paiuj;, October 4. A few days ago Jean Kruc'nl currency, loss $S,375,53 plied to the North as Well as tho South. The epidemic of flux, which has been against the country. tail disappeared, nnd in their stead tho arrived they saw that the nnu was suffer661 ,ltt! 8 estimated Jost or destroyed.. of wrong, and tice would take tho While the Post believes in a reformed Coubret, a mason, living at Vailon, near stone assumed a whitish hue, which it re- horror raging in Butler County for several weeks, In answer to Senator Sherman's acInhumanity to man" be properly retheir o jrouhns.-fel- l .$ n.,T9,5S4 S from a scaffold aud fractured Principal. ................. (of which the country is cusation tained until it passed out of sight. His ing from the suiaIIiox, ami that tho buked. "But," continued the speaker, Ills is abating in violence. Tho disease has that the Republican vote in Total tioht, principal.. i.waas.4ct; h hor-.- e ngs so frightened that it took several bauds w re covered with blood from Ofhis spine, his injuries proving fatal. His Interest. ..... not yet possessed), it does not underon his face. The if li.4T.fi.121 13 race nas been run. The great and good been unusually fatil, twolve deaths occurminutes of vigorous application of the pits was telemapbed Medical Health brother TramjuiJe, on returning from the take to lecturo Democrats who aro pot the South has been suppressed, it has Brunenu ficer for, and man went up on the mountain to die. ring within a radius of two miles from Total Jl,SC5,T4,i3 T. whip befure the animal couH bpursuaded been shown that in sixteen Southern was earned back to the hospital. funeral with his brother-in-layet cominced of tho beauties ofthe Jaillet, The attention of the whole civilYoung's Ferry, and nearly 100 iu tho adHe afterwards fell into the Berry canal and w as drowned, I.ss eah items available for 240CT.OT4 TO to move.was still hot. Whensaw the stono present system. There is a good j&ison States Hayes had I,110,:i03 votes. to that jacent neighborhood. was directed ized world the stone lit when it ... reduction of tho debt brotbor-in-lathe himsrif losing his life I.e reserve held for redempspot. His gIor was that not of his counHorribly Mangled. for this lack of faith on thepart of Garfield, f.OoGJOi and Rlaine 1.3G2,-97it broke into three pieces, but did not penerndeavefring to rescue him. On tho fol- tion Of United States notes. The quail and rabbit law- remains in eflfO,000,Cl0 00 trate the earth to such a great depth as Tho system went hito Democrats. Cincinnati, October .V Last evening a try alone, but ot the civilized races of lowing day when tho IkxIios wero recovshowing a lanre increase of of tho body young German was run over by a train on man. When the news of his death went fect until tho 20:h. already stated, as operation under a Republican Ad minis- -, ered, the widow of Jaillefr swooncdjawav, Total $ 340,a.T.T4 TO of it is above ground. It is prayish in color, votes. To thi the Chicago trembling over the w ires to the uttermost At Liuisville, Julia Kerberg, aged seven tration. Tho first rules. uier the lawand falling to the ground fractured her Total debt less avaitaMo cash the C, II. & V. Road at Brighton Station. to streaks. Is irwith a items .. skcJL years, subject to epileptic fits, was atil3T.HS5T regular tendency andred inleast thirty feet He was quickly removed to tho hospital, lrts of the earth the people of every nawere raadobva Presideutwho had all Tribune objects that in nin? State of in form, at GUn:J.l(W BO Net cash in Treasury- tion and tongue stood with bowed heads. "I a "machine man" and tiie the sixteen moro than half thero souare, although at some places its dimen i where an examination showed that ho had Grant had in life ascended to the topmost tacked by one whilo standing in front of a his life attempt Peculiar and Fnrri! Aeridont window. Sho fell to the floor, her head tool of machine me" The tender " has been no Debt. Jess cash in Treasury, Oc- sions are fiftv feet square. Consternation irture of the skull, that bis heights of mortal fame. The greatest re- striking a sharp block ot wood, and frac$l,4en04,342 ST ei?ed upon the people w ho beheld it in itl f ustlnefl been T Ceathaua, Itr., October - little, tolicr 1. 'i-- ii ih leg had infautuas suckled ac a hostile breast, to suppress the colored vote," and, cut off. his naht lej-- anil nown was his. Tho glory of the man's ..ir.ojHJ a Jliht through tl. thought Ittho of tli .u- tiHrv,-.i-f- e skull, which bronsht on concus- - aud manv of tho Democrats who looked therefore in thoc Sta'es the Repub- Krl, tbo daughter of V Burkley,rcsidini-- r iriTi.i iv. I..1 (", ifrjuiHrv tured her ann hrolcou. l.tlftt uilioi Iiitx.rii.il ladBned-wSpcrstitinns- natnre Sotiulr shone WnwtlonTWvpronouncSr about him. God called him, andaround and sion of the brain. Sho can. not survir.v"- -' "onTtfiOtighfthey saw its little veins fill Bonn vnUi..hasincroasoiLlw"Biit1;Aia-of at Sandoval, III., met ker death in a very Decrease us debt duzimj the portends diro and awful, and that the spirit IiijlTrIes.H!ffatal. From letters found he stepped momn tiiown oy iub necessarily bama, which gave Grant "IP, 27!., gave in from his high pedestal on this earth into war, pert' lenco peculiar manner. The tongno of a gai.-- c On the last bicycle run to Corydon, Ind., up with the poison of Republicanism. Mntcmcnt f 12,TST,K 25 which causes fiery visitor. A and famine tho pocket of deceased his identity was espreat numpervaded the place between the boys They thought they were seeing tho old, Blaine .";1,- 14: Louisiana, which gavo White Throne, Cash in Troaury avatille plow had been propped up with a stick the presence of the Great quite n spurt took Hertablished. He 71.(563 for Grant gave Bla:ne 46,317; ber of people have gone to see the wonder. man, au emplov- proved to lie John C. Comfor reduction of the debt-Gunder the tongue. An iron kettle having whero he was ciowned with immortal from Louisville to Corydon. Tho distance, old game, for they Jcncw that the Reof the RoyerJU'heel held forpold certiilates Messures should have been taken early to for four sharp minted loss was turned upside e publican party had resorted to every rdississ'ppT, wiich gave traveled in pany. His residence 13 supposed to bo m glory, that shineth on forever. miles, eight actually outstanding . down. .The child in plaving around tho Silver held for silver,ccrtiti- - ?ll?.13T.TO0 00 preserve the stone intact. Up to this time Brvant, O.. ami it is thought he whs on his Grant, gaie HIainc K,5ll; and South minutes. Some were so fatigued that thoy device to fill the Government with its the relic hunters have done remarkablv way to u ork when the accident occurred. concern kicked tho prop" from under the cate- - actually outstanding.. ftl.OtATIO (0 THE INDIAN PROBLEM. well in carrying away souvenirs. partisans. They knew that from the Carolina, whxh gao 72,230 for Grant, coold hardly reach home. which, coming down, caught Tnlltd States noteMicld for Hore are nearly rave Blaine 21,733. ...... . her head on one of the iron legs, which certitlcatcs of dupof It actual"v r.tther Conrartlj'd l'lnn to Muko tho ltetl Onlv nineteen letters were delivered in U.'SU "" l" u"l'"-""- custom-house- ..... C.,.a tnn - " A Snake Strry. 23,1S5,000 00 up....--: Lady Burns Herself to Death. ly outstamli Young penetrated her brain and knocked out one e.;""all i""'V' Man Louisville tho first day the special postal tide waiters in tno eye. Tho poor child died in great agory. Cash held for nmtured debt Wellsrouo, Pa., October 1. For the who wore said to work for tiie peoplo Iu Florida, also at least forty per Cehona, N. Y., October 5. Last Satur5,9iS,0K 71 and interest unpaid . Washington, Oct. 2. Father lu L. delivery went into effect. True tlonal currency 201 JfJ jtest two yenrs John Longwell, of Charlesworked really for the Republican party. cent, of the Republican vote was not day Miss Emma Faulkner, daughter of Conrardy, who has been living among the Hawesville is beiug rebuilt rapidly, They knew that the party which under-.too- k polled in 1831. Tno votes suppressed The British al Herat ton, this county, has been subject to fits, Win. Faulkner, of State Bridge, took a Indian tribes in tho West for tifteen years w r St. Petersburg, October 4. A dispatch Total jAvnilable for reuuo- n better class of buildings than unconreform into in thes live States would havo elected to carry largo lamp and removing the burner in the capacity of a missionary, is in the and with Hon or the debt..., ..$ 240,927,071 70 beingnttacked suddenly, nnd lying .n thoso destroyed by the big fire. tothe.Vocor IVfitiyo from Askabad dated scious for hours. Within tho past ricsorvo fund efl'ect was the only party which had 5Ir Blaine President" poured the contents about her h ad and city for the purpose of presenting to the If the falling on of the Repub'ican Suturday," says: "The English have taken Held for redemption of United Thomas J. Randall, of Lexington, well stolen the Presidency through violated he has experienced ncold sensation shoulders. Sue thru set fire to herself and Administration consideration its for States notes, act4- of January wat entire possession of Herat, and hn.vo orran shrieking nbout the house. Mr. Lawfrom known iu turf circles, is dead. claims he 100,CO0.O0'J 00 in his throat occasionally, as if something 11, 1ST5, July 12. 1S2 a plan which oaths and by staining the judicial er- vote in those States shows that it Demrence, a neighbor, saw her mid ran to her his was risinc- into his mouth. This attended dered the inhabitant- to quit the town imexperience of years many I'navallable for reduction of Wyatt Sandmdge, a prominent mine. Is there any wonder that Demo- "suppresse I"intli fall ngotl'of the shows Mk. After considerable difficulty with the singular feeling in his stomach, Assistance. tho debt: mediately. Tho inhabitants, angered bv the same States ocratic vote will make the Indians $23,64 1. HO Fractional him convinced wns tho lire was subdued, but not until nearly among themin a very few years, and will at farmer of Line ln County, and nn elder in crats do not believe that at present the that the Democratic vote was there that e the action of tho English, havo thrown up Minorcoln silvercoln e 20 something living there. is based on the merit systhe Huntsville Christian Church, is dead at of her clothing had boon burned from His physician all 7!.i: earthworks opposite the citadel. The EngI ' aSo. In Louisiana even tho the same time restore to the public domain body. She died at three o'clock Sunhonestly adtem, or that the law was lish are being strongly reinforced." This thoufrht it woul do no barm to give an her tho age of t$. Total $ 24.433.7W 0,1 emetic nnvhow, nnd accordingly gave his day millions of acres of land now lying idle. Republicans allowed T Idea in 1S76 dispatch is considered to lw exaggerated. Certificate hold as cash is-An. Hoe indulged in a fight nt a funeral ministered by Mr. Cleveland's predeMr. Conrardy says that the Indian tribes large dose. Tho result was that votes while Cleveland received only nsod but not outstanding.. .. $54.W730 (0, patient a reform is admircessor" all through the country hold too much in Harrodsburg, because bis wife talked to KWttUOG 30 Mr. Longwell threw up two snnkes one In South Cirolna Tilden hail Kct cusli balance on hand .. They Were Learning to Paint. Guilty of Her Husband's Murder.;. is not to be nbout fourteen inches long and the other a land The plan which lie proposes is to Elder Caden, a Christian minister of thnt able; bat every one's reform hi (h),S9. ( Ievel.mil but G0,b)0. St. Louis, Mo., October 5. A man name-a city. taken uiiquestioningly. When RepubLittle Falls, N. V.. October 4. The Total cash In Treasury as foot iu length, brown in color nnd both fonn on each of the reservations received 112,173 in Mississippi Tild-acLong-we- ll shown by Treasurer's genJ. P. Snell disappeared suddenly licans denounce Democrats for not nlive, and they aro nlivo vet. Mr. trial of Mrs. Druse for tho murder of her number of "colonies," to be composed of at 187(5 while Cleveland had but 7G..r10. eral account Mn. W. C. Pelium has withdrawn from ? 4l,OTfi,157 05 swindling two hundred wotnon out of was so overjoyed at his deliusband closed at Herkimer at 12,TQ this young men, to each of whom this new thing as it stands Tho pnyments on nccount of interest duo liverance thnt he. could not forbear $:i.50 each. He gave them a less n in least fifteenallotted one hundred and sixty the race for tho Count of cepting Clerkship Post. In Alabama Tilden received 102.000. morning w ith a verdict or cuiitv of mur- on bonds" amount to about $7,500,000, which should be they aio simply impudent. Boston Cleveland only i2,!73, making a to'al der in the first degree. The murder was will reduce tho decrease of the debt to bringing the stomachic monsters to town touching up old photographs, and sold acns of land. At the head of each colony Mason. This leaves tho contest to Messrs. bis friends. and exhibiting them to a placed, who, Ball aud Watson. committed in the town of Warren, on the about loss of 71,377 Democrat'c votes which A FRAUDULENT CLAIM. them the material for it some old paint in a practical fanner should be Tho story is vouched for by several who December last- Mrs. lth of her husband sho After his Druso phials worth perhaps five cents a liottle, for the first year, would Instruct the Inthe Republicans "suppressed." The Boar of Trustees of Bradstown were about the house at tho time, and tho nnd which he charged $:5.50 per bottle killed cut lody np for. dians In farm work. The following year, have determined to purchase a $2,900 firo The Old Story Itehahe hy Kepubllcan If the Republican vote was inci his lielief and burned it in the stove. The crime was Bad R:ilway Accident in New Brunswick. nhvsicinn expresses n young in tho and Campaign Orator,. they were Iennung a The women thought the'" could earn $20 a althon-- h the work is to bo continued engine. farmer in the South it must, accord- dent. Ixmgwell is not detected until about four weeks alter. a with another party of Indians, thoso St. John, N. B., October 2. About 7:30 man of veracity. Mr. Longwell thinks that business by w hie, The alleged suppression of the South- ing to the Hepubl can mode of roison-- ' They bought the paint after taking A house near Springfield wns burned rethis morning, as the express train from he swallowed tho eggs which produced w of the first year could be encouraged long been a favor hi"; have b en "suppressed" in' the ! An Epidemic of Hydrophobia. tho snakes while carelessly drinking water their first lesson. The women are furious. and assisted in their training so as to cently, and an idiot colored man perished ern colored vote has Quebec to St. Johu was approaching Ca' Des Moinks, Ia., October 4. The people naan Station, tho ite subject of complaint with those who North also. In the lour States of llli- from n spring. in the Haines. second-clas- s push them further ahead to become efA Jersey Tornado. ""is. Massachusutt . Michigan and of Bayard, Guthrie County, are greatly skillful farmers. Resides and ficient The Henry Female Academy has been frmnl.itn tl.n nnmniKm issues of thn New York T lden received 1.026.422 and postal oars w ere thrown off tho track .u....i....v fcuu ttiutj'"'!)" Over the Ocean. ' of the members of tho purchased by H. M. Ayres for over the ravages of hydrophobia in by a broken rail. Tho stove iu the New Yore, October 5. A tornado struck improving the claims The Republican party. Elections in that votes; Cleveland l.lS7,7Ii. being a gain London, October 2. Sir Charles Dilke the little village of Westwood, N. J., on co'ony a largo field will be fenced in, property is to be converted into a Biblo their midst. A few weeks ago a dog went immecar was and the Kcct'ou have bejn habitually repre- of 161.203 vote.-- . Ilaye3 received l.u'J'J,-01Tiie second tho New Jersey anil New York Riilroad, mad nnd bit a number of cows, the disease diately took fire.upset,coach was car with will bo married plowed and harrowed by the boys, where college for the colored youth of the ChristThe sented, year after year, as having been preadto the horses and other stock, .and passengers, almost all women filled chil- day of tho English cheap postal telegraph twenty two miles from New York, yesterBla'ne, 1.23.--. 0l. being a gain of Indians unable to do hard work will the old nnd mow the net loss reported is nine cows, ground to raise garden stuff, ian Church. by the Democrats u gross vio onlv lX.7b. The Republican cam t Bercarried damage to have ample an increase day ntternoon. eausing n scene of the three steers, two colts and some other dren. For a fewreigned. Women scream- saw now comes of nearly with a scandal, property, but fortunately no. los of life. hay and wheat with the assistance of the Four thousand six hundred and thirty-tw- o lations of the right of suffrage, attended ' Was less than the Democratic gain forward confusion .tock. The amount is not definitely wildest fainted, and were trampled upon, lin an eminent artist and Senator a the Within "the path of the tornado not a build- wero exported from barrels of whiskwith young men. ed and wiiii iniiuuai viOifut'- - .... u.u... urn- - i snowiU!: u iei"ii ui iciiuiiaiu in known. ing wns left uninjured. The loss is verv the Lexington district last month. and even the male passengers lost their guilty party. A new bee has been esIllinois, Miciiigan and races of which colored Republicans Killed by the heads. A woman named Tucker, of Am- tablished by the Pope in Nebraska, with heavy. In the Circuit Court at Louisville, a few were the vict ms. New York. DtlroU Free Press Arrested for an Old Murder. sustained fntal injuries by the stove Rev. O'Connor, present Vicar Apostolic as herst, A. T., Oct. 2. A man days ago, Charles Sixbce was given Tomus-tonAlthough this had got to be an old three ' Galveston, TfX.,Octol.er 4. A special falling on her, and an infant received a Bishop of Omabu. Cholera has appeared Lake Mis'.assini. named Keating was Killed by Apaches years for Tip Fogarty, for story, which even as far back as 1876 INSINCERE STATEMENTS. frightfnl gash in tho head, from which it in Genoa. In Italv Thursday there were from Paris, Tex., to the .Vei'Vf. says: John Ottawa, October .". Mr. A. P. Low, of Wednesday in White Trail Canyon, San malicious cutting, one year, and M. Spill-ma- haiUoM its freshness, it was persist ontly .SO deaths'. There is great the passengers are HIS new Alexander, charged with murder in this cannot recover. All of Medical assistance activity cases and military circles. Russia tho Geological Museum, has returned from Simeon Valley. His body was found Kespect of in Turkish . ,. .. nA n.l . uu hub injured more or less. alias Fay, who did several neat jobs brought into use at each recurring A I'arty Unilcseriinjr of the , yv trtflntv w...j .Muviiiji uQU uiiu ...1m ....... was sent from Moncton. Cootl Cltl.e demands that she be allowed armed inter- Lake where he completed the Wltiutlie head smashed in with stones. in jewelry houses - arrested in election, and this.vcar it is doing servthere, also got one year. lyceutlxArkansas, arrived here vention if Servia enters Macedonin. The survey of thnt sheet of water. Instead of A riwn named Slianahan and a Mrs. When the Miss'ssippi Republican ice again, especially in Ohio, appearing yesterday In charge of oflicers. Alexander's were servants on Heating's , Vincent Flaven, a small boy, was adGreek Government is raising funds for dethe lake lieing of greater proportions tliati Small-PoEpidemic. 'father, who w as tlieprinnpal in the killing, fensive operations. Austria ia said to be Lakq Superior, ho found it was onlv 125 nnchjfcan not be found. .The among the assortment of sectional is- State Committee rave as a reason for judged a luuatic in the County Court at Mas sent to tho Penitentiary . for, life five miles iu length, and from fifteen to'tweutyj Montreal, October 2. It has been de privately supporting Servia. Washington, Oct. 2. General Crook Newport, a few days since . He lost his sues with which the Republican lead- declining to call a State Convcntiontqfl ! lpleffVaphs yelars ago, and died there. ' miles in width. .. Cap the War Department that. cided by the Provincial Board of Health to on tho National game ers are trvinc to excite the voters of nominate caudidato for Governor and. by a Train. .i .i I...... ... and ital us Crawford and Davis, at Guadaloupo mind months ngo. In court,heA-sai- d, ., tu.,t D.n.,1. o: that unfortunate October State. The -- ..i it some ...... uu Octobw "..,i,i tyiMJt'LgtawPaP Canyon, Southeastern Arizona, semi Fall of the Beautiful. SBourbons whSdw managlngsthp i ijalton, ua., uctooer '. it lias been .u.!n.(iul . TllA nfllllnl WA.AIMnn V H.. IP clock this morning a train on tho New be lloWCtl to VOte m thc tlfSt VCCt by courier that twenty or twenty-fhe- T iuut ii lie cuuiu ouiy uuiu jucuiunis no UV.1ULC. AUDUIIiMailtMV.IUUIlUnjUUn h out JcreFarc cSdeavpring . in- rirst snow fair, , Chicago, Jia. Indians passed that point on the 29th, would be all right. He was a sure.thrower wr" raining here hard for several days. The making miuse iouhusb "?T : a, did their votes would not bo vjniauuus numuer "orkandtNewjEngland Railway struck an of the seasonUctooer , is reported from East to bases, but McGinnis was too wild and make what?e?call Southern outracesorMf they a lie vutirc valley is inundated. Cora snd cotti and the com' nnd three thousand persons omnibus in New Britaiu, ntthe Black Rock Alpena and Chelioygan, Mich. - At the lat- -' tJaeling rapidly northward. Captain too i... i:... feitnrn nf M.n xnnit ' onnntod. ton are under water; pumpkins are floating aro being inoculated dally. Official re- grade crossing. It was occupied by chilIs swift for him. He thought that ho Crawford in pursuit and troops Engaged in this preposterous m'.ttee knew it That is the longandj aboet, arid peoplo are vacating their houses turns at tho Health Office various iu from could hold Hecker, of the Louisvilles, and They are showed dren on their way to school. Charles'Dison, tor place a fierce'stonn was raging last liavebeen ordered night, with tho temperature below tho pointsi to in'cahoes. Water is all over the branch forty-fou- r aged nineteen yenrs, tho driver of the omnismall-pobusiness at a umo wnen uie ccuerai suui i m iu intercept the hostile. in deaths from .jrrison at Gravsville. and convicits aro freezing point. Heavy frosts fell iu Iowa The commanding ofiicer at Fort Apacho was himself a good batter. He talked conJohn R. Lynch, thc colored observable iu the South is bus, and his sisters, Minnio tnis city yesterdaj: and thought that the improvement the wav in which the dec-- 1 gressman. who is the Chairman of that tinually on ".'I v ailing around nearly to their waists. It Bnptlsto, three in Ste.five in Ste. Jeanno aged thirteen and fifteen years respec- Saturday night. Cunegonde. Mr. has bjjea directed to hold his troops in more to ; ". jury were men that had come uj to see is sun raining, witu signs oi auaiemcnt. Massiah, night odiror of the Daily Times. tively, were so badly injured that one has immediate service. Citizens at lions in that region have resulted in ' conini ttee, eudently took his cue from r Resumed After Two Ye rs' Id'eness. this morning, and was since died, and the others will probably die. died of small-po- x points have been warned and urged him cntch McGinnis. ..nr: than to jinv ntbor intlii- - i John Sherman, and. know.nr that his A Mo. her Cooks Her Chid. i v new cases of They were the children of the owner of the buried ntonce. Eightj--fou- r Reading, Pa., October 5. The Keystono to corral their stock. The raiders are supThere is a project on foot to build arail-roa- d once. The material prosperity of the party wou'd be fairly defeated at nn omnibus. The engineer says that the ' Ottawa, Ont., October 4. An unmarried smnll-powere reported For the posed to be a part of Geronimo's band who Iron Works, ia this city, resumed operafrom the city of Henderson to South comnicnceu to revive wnen us honest election if nominations were woman, named Paquetta. eighteen years of six days ending Thursday night there horsesbecame unmanageable and ran upon tions y after a continued stoppage of have been down into Mexico. and is meeting with much encour- substantial and intelligent citizens per- made, he advised against a convention the track in front of the locomotive. age, was arrested yesterday, charged with were 270 deaths in this citv and sixty six nearly two years. Tho resumption is due, agement. It is thought that the road will petrated the outrage of supplanting the in order to be able to say that force and burning her illegitimate mnle child, one in the adjoining municipalities. . Merchants Petition the Government. it is said, to the improvement in the iron A Week's Failures. 'y? be pushed through without delay. day old. She placed the child in a cooking-stovpolitical influence of desperate advent- fraud would have beaten the Repubtrade. The works, when running full, give 'ev Yoiek, Oct-- 2. The Chamber of Joseph Smith, . New York, October 2. Tho business any. where it was partially consumed The New Cruisers. employment to ono hundred bands. between Pa- - urers who used the negro vote as the lican candidates had there beon is beiug discovered. Commerce jestenlay adopted resolutions of of Washington, October 2. The special failures occurring throughout tho country which they were enabled to The trick is old aud stale, and ducah and Benton, was found hanging a means by seven days, number for the Board of Naval Officers appointed by Sec- during the Inst 171, Northern whito instead of Southern Why is it tltat the watch springs the proposed treaty with Spain and the pro- few days ago. Ho had cut his throat withplunder the Southern people. Her Fast Nearly Ended. and for Canada. 25, or a visions Whitney to report plans for arma- United States, It i.'j not a little astonishing that the black or'gin. Syracuse, N. Y., October 4. Mrs. Bulla, retaryof now cruisers, havo submitted total of 100. as compared with 1S5 last nro breaking? "In "Sny experience of ot the of other treaties be made public out fatal effect, and then climbed a tree It took Northern Republicans some earliest appropriate years,'' writes a workman minute and tied a grapevine around his neck, politicians who employ these stale elecweek, nnd 378 the week previous to the last. thirty-thre- e w ho has not tasted food since ment the faster, recommendations for two vessels,"to cose The Western and Pacific States furnish in tho finisliing-roou- i of a factory, "I and before action is by swinging into eternity. Temporary insandevices should be unable to see time to learn that a ma ority of black 10, is failing, nnd her pulse is very taken Augiut tion $1,100,000, capable alg weafc. She sleeps o great portion of the not more thnn knots per hour,Srlth of a ono half of the total casualties reported havo a per power. so that ity caused by business trouble is supposed that they are no longer of any account voters in any given disirict did not but speed of eighteen two The other sectionsjor tno country report cen never known of so lanre tirao of the time. Sho is not' expected to livo moro eight-inc- h ample time may be had for their discussion rojeu springs at tins 0 h eight should by this time occur to them ways assure a Republ can major.tr, guns,' besides failures below the average. and to have caused the act. It than two or three days longer. were often entirely consistent w in a year. 1 always have noticed that there and consideration by the public in all their a secondary nnd smaller battery. For Hon. Peter Ltles, late a representative that popular interest is just now en- preponderance of "Democratic voters. ; various bearings. A copy of these resolucosting not moro than heavv was a large increase in the breaking; of In the Interest of the Sabbath. listed in matters of a less ancient date. Hog Cholera in Kansas, from Graves County in tho h tions was 320,000 each, a main battery of six leaders foun I out, Washington, October L A delegation mainsprings in watches in the fall, out dent and ordered toofbe sent to the Presi- fell and received injuries that will probably Thero was a time when negro suffrage When Republican could not be counted c f Topeka, Kas., October 4. State Veterin-ariaguns, with a rifled Secretary Staie. Resolutions was a momentous ques- that negro voters there are more accidents of the kind offered, at tho South Holcombe reports that hog cholera secondary battery, is recommended; for of ministers has waited upon the o;j result in his death. to protest against the de- now than ever. Why is it?" No less shippingdeploring the gradual loss of Govtion. It was at the time when a set of on to vote their ticket year nfter year" costing not moro than prevails iu between thirty nnd forty coun- eisrht interests and callinc on the Duplet Crouch, a farmer, visiting near rascally h breech loadin" rifled livery of special rate letters in any of the than rive thousand mainsprings in ernment for were using the without variance or shadow of turning, ml ties In Kansas, and largo numbers of. tho $275,000, four aid by legislation were referred Sharpsburg, was killed by John Ockman. cities entitled to them on Sunday. guns ana a seconnary battery. animals are dyinj; of the disease. watches were broken during n recent to a committee. negroes as political instruments of but would in greater or less number 'irt The circus men arrested for committing robbery and oppression. When tho support Democratic candidates, and storm in New Yoik. X Y. Times. i Brigandatje in Mexico. To Investigate the Cholera. Fatal Elevator Accident. a robbery on a Short Line train aro safely Republican leaders, for no other pur- that tney count no longer gei up Moses Sentenced. whenever it was deemed Washington, October 2. The President j Laredo, Tex., October 2. Norris & Co., CniCAGO. October 1. William Foster lodged in jail at Frankfort. pose 'than to augment and perpetuate At Phong Yang, in Corca, the hats Boston--, Oct. has issued au executive order directing Dr. among tho largest dry goods dealers of and John McKillop, employes at the IceFranklin as an excuse for throwing out colored, wns drowned their political power, subjected the South William Sands, d E. O. Shakespeare, of Pennsylvania, to , New Laredo, Mexico, undertook to land Hotel, placed a piece of furniture on worn by the poor women are- baskets J. Moses, of South Carolina, one of the resorted to the cowanlly on the falls below Louisville the other to th'j dangerous consequences of ne- votes, they started three and a half feet long, two and a most notorious nndcr the direction of tho Secre- - port a largo quantity of goods shipped to top of tho elevator expedient of keeping in the country, swindlers taryof State ns tho representative of the them in Iwnd for Piedrns Negras to New for the top floor. Before reaching their desti- half wide, and two and a half deep. was He was fishing on the dam at gro rale, and tho question whether or and contemptible -, yesterday sentenced to three years in afternoon. United States to Spain and other countries Laredo. Wednesday they found the team-i- n nation the furniture struck against the top The men wear a faircs' section of the country their party away from the polls in orwhen he was seiz?d with an not tac the similar basket, but State Prison for swindling Europe whera cholera exists, aud make sters belonsrfnjr to the transport tm I n se- - of the shnft, the cable parted, and the blighted by the rule of ras- der to make out an awful case before a several of the epileptic fit and fell over into the swift should be It requires both hands to leading iavestlgatloa of the causes, progrees and curely tied to trees thirty miles north of cage dropped to the ground. McKillop Entailer- combined with ignorance re svmnathizinc Federal Administration it proper prevention and cure of the disease. ' New Laredo, while the most valuable por- died from his Injuries and Foster is in a keep it in place. Women of tho better Is aboutresidents of tnis city. Moses, who current. He disappeared from sight before cality undecided, the question of ne-t- o and thc entir" Republican party. years of age, has the bystanders could make even an effort to mained ta older that a full report niav bo made to j tion of their goods "had been carried away precarious condition. class wear whito cloaks over their In the South was one of in any f ttte, no matter Such a par" suffrage. been leading a crooked life since 1877, and save him. by robbers. coagrej uurtng the next session. alleged "Count" ZACHAniAii Zacharoff, who heads. great: importance. But since it has what it irofu sed politics or lias jnst completed a year's sentence in e public Chief Insoectw. if Daviess County has eighty-eigin a way that has secured principles, ought 10 nave no consmuia A Coming Earthquake. figured in a scandal in Cincinnati some been decided school that the women at Cambridge married Washington. It is an 2fw York, October 2. The great charge i West, of Oxford,October 2. y . W;n:m a. time ago, and later whom he Miss Billings.a the watering-place- odd factwritten up by cor- as those ho prison for operations the same schools and 0,204 children of children age. tho South from snch a terrible evil, and tion shown t tiy anyoouy. It l took to Hols are .Miss., accepted New York heiress, committed in this city. Moses Only fifty per cent, of these f 275,000 ponnds of dvnamltewith which and;prosperity edges its worthlcssncss by its action, and in e Inspector. land, was confronted at Rotterdam by deH U proposed to demoffsh Flood Rock, In tho position of Chief respondents as tho "best dressed'1 aro seemed to bo perfectly bewilde.'Ki when enrolled in tho schools, and the average at peaca the people aro prevail no that there seems no piaco auiiauiu i a " Ltkinc fur. fectives and another wife. Miss Bill In:: Tl..ll... uiti uv Jt..i...' l nv n."ii .w x.i., hkduUv. - T7o vwvc percent. I ...orin v.w i the ones never heard of in "socioty" sentence was pronounced, and w?s led j endr.nc vfciatuttic.4 I'" than thirty-tbr- e r brought back to Niv York mfttten beloar a- - thc face of tbc earthi-- - Wtuhingt9i rtHt-"3k thcr latemLlT like a helpless child. J in New'York or any other city; 4KUt 1 fc -- TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TILE EASTER QUESTION. Com-nianU- tr h, csPSrecdy Gvil-Scn-ico in auditori-uroA'ftW- ch Vt-pub- l to-da- V ltou-meli- an te'-d?- sen-Ice- s l- !., . ,iir.l .1 . home-stretc- 1 h. lniri Identl-withi- full-weig- ht , n ,.;.t c ftavy on 1 -. Evorything-ill&?io;iroun- d I Tha-Port- o. 4 . 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In when you think of othor thomos an I talk vain all tho on Iho par ot thoso about other thomo, if your pulso doe3 not Delivorod at tho Brooklyn Taber- ecclesiasticalalt ctn soldiers, light horsemen go up to sventy-flv- o or eighty when you f0ot and grenadiers cotno to talk nbiut Christ and Hmven, it nacle Sunday, Soptombor 27th. is bjenuso you do My friends, one and know j prp3 this morning a havo a poor chaucj iut gctii.ig tho tho other. to of different sty0 0s tactics. oaca on0 "Stormrrt ami Taken" Any Plan of Attack go to tho Suppose, in military circles, on tho forest of God's promise and inOn the Stronghold of Sin That Sucvitation and hew down a branch, and pu morning of battlo tho roll is called, nnd ceed or Promise Success to it on bis shoulder and lot us all come out of a thousand men only a hundred . Be PavorecL What around those obstbato inlquitioi, and men in tho there would b3 in tho camp! then, with this pile, kindled by tho fires What would tho Colonel siy? What high BnooKLTW, N. Y., September 27. Tho of a holy 2jal and'the flames of a them out. talking tliero would bo among tho capHf wo wju burn Tabsrnaclo was crowded this morning tains, anl Majors, and tho Adjutants I and thousands were unablo to get scats. What steel can not di ro roav- - Antl l' Supjkjso wtrd camo to headquarters that 3his morning, announce myself In favor Tho hymn before tho sermon wiu: any plan ot religious attack that suc- these dolmquonts had excused themolves Hark the voice of Jesus calling on tho ground that thoy had overslept ceeds any plan of religion attack, howgo and work Who will themselves, or that tho morning was damp yields are white, tne liirvcst watting, ever radical, however Jd. howovor unWho will bear tho sheaves away? and they woro afraid of getting their feet popular, however hostile to all the convenAfter reading tho parablo of tho talents tionalities of Church and State.- If ono wot, or that thoy woro bus r cooking ra(Matthew xxv.) Dr. Talmage announced stylo of prayer does not do tho work, lot tions. My friends, this is tho morn nq; of bis subject as "Stormed and Taken," and us try another stylo. U tho church music tho day of God Almighty's bittlel Do tcok for his text the words: of does not get tho victory, then you not 908 tho troops? Hear you not all And Atilmelcch got him tip to Mount let us make the assault with a backwoods tho trumpets of heaven and tho drums of 1ms and nil tho people, that were with 7:30 in hell? Which sido nrj you op? It you him; and Ablmclcch took an ax In hi- - hand, chorus. If a prayer meeting at us havo aro on tho right side, to what cavalry and cut down a bough from the trees, and tho evening does notsneoed, let took It and laid It on his shoulder and said ono as early in the morning ns when tho troop, to what artillery serv co, to what unto tlio people that Mere with him: What ye have ce.n me do. make haste, and do as I angel fcund wrestllns Jacob t0J niuch or girrison duty do you belong? In other words, in what Sabbith school do you have done And all the people likewise cut him. If a sermon with the three authorg down every man his bough and followed ized heads do3s do you not do the work, then let teach? In what Abtme!ech, and put them to the hold, and hold on lire upon them; so that all let us havo a sermon with twenty heads, exhort? To what penitentiary do you set the To what almseternal liberty? or no head at all. We want moro heart in the men of the tower of Shechem died. Judges Ix., 4S, 19. house do you nnnounco the riches of our song, moro heart in our Abimeloch is a name malodorous in moro hoart in our prayers, moro hoart In heaven? What brokoa bono of sorrow Bible history, and yet full of profitable our preaching. Aro you doing nothOh forlsof Ablmelech'3 havo you over set? Buoys aro black and un- sword suggestion. Ablmeloch's ing? Is It possible that a man or womau, of and more comely, but Ihoy toll whore tho rocks aro. conflagration sworn to bo a follower of the Lord Jesus I have often heard Tho suako's rattlo is bullous, bat it gives Christ, is doing nothing? Thej hide tho There Is a fountain ailed with blood, timely warning. From the piazza of my sung artistically by four birds perched on horrible secret irom tho a'igols. Keop it summer home, night by night, I saw n their Suuday roost in taJ K'lery, uutl l away from tho book of judgment. If you lighthouse fifteen miles away, not placed thought and 21 lssoa, and aro doing nothing, do not lot tho worli" tliero for adornmont, but to tell mariners Sontag, of Jenny Lind, nnd all tho other warblers; but fiud it out, lest thoy chargo your religion to stand oft from that dangerous point. thero came oae tour to my with being a falsa faeo. Do not let your Bo all the coast of moral dan eye, nor ono not master emotion to my cowardice an I treason bi heard among ger is marked with Saul, and Herod, and heart. But one night'jj0111 down to tho tho martyrs about the throno, less thoy Ilchoboam, and Jezebel, and Abimoloch. African Methodist "fSestinghouseIn forgot tho sanctity of the plno and curso Theso badjipeoplo are montIone,Lftiaatha your totruyal ot that causo for which ilSlelphia, 6lbMBtBlyTa3 warnings, "butbpennse sefice'ablack andatodbe1lotltho thoy ngonizo.l and died. wonia'ln Mo midst of the there woro somotlmcs Sashes of good con-- ! midiencVbegan to s&S that hymn, nnd May the eternal Go I roma 113' nil to acduct in their ltve3 worthy of Imitation. all the audience jnod in, and we wore tion! As for myself, I feel I would bo God sometimes drives a very straight floated so'o throe or four mllos nearer ashamed to die now and enter Heaven un with a very poor hammjr. HoaveD-h.aI have ever been s.'nce. I til I havo accomplished something moro . Tho City of Shechem had to bo taken, vt-my own eyos "that fountain decisive for tho Lord lint bought me. I and Abimeloch nn 1 his men wero to do it. saw "with blood" red, agonizing, would like to join with you in an oath, l, I oo tho dust rising up from their excite J fillo redemptive, and I heard tho crim- with hnnd h gh uplifted to Heaven, march. 1 bear the shouting of tho cap- son splash of the wavo as wj all went swoaring now nlloglanco to Josus Christ, tains and tho yell of tho b.siogers. Tho down under it. nnd to work nnro for his causo aud kingswords clank sharply on tho parrying how swiftly the dom. Ohl brethren, plnnced beneath tfcat Hood For sinners shields, and the vociferation of tho two time does go by! It seems to mo I nover Loc all their guilty stains. armies in death grapple is horrible to saw such a swift sumpior nover a sumOh, inv friends, the gospjl is not a sylhear. Tho battle goes on all day, and as logism; it is not chemistry; it is not po- mer that haa such nimble feet. It soenu the sua is setting Abimeloch and M3 army lemics, or tho science of squabble. It is to mo as if the yoars had gained somo now cry 'Surrender !" to tho beaten foe. And blood-re- d power of locomotion a kind of speed fact; it is unablo longer to resist, tho City of. it Is leaping, bounding, flying good electric! Shechem falls, and there are pec's of news; it is efllorescsnt with all light; it is If, this nfternoon, you take a short blood and dissevered limbs and glazed rubesceut with all glow; It is arborescnt sle?p, and you are entitled to Ir, for God eyes looking up b3ggingly for mercy that with all sweet shade. I havo seen tho sun intended tho Sabbath not only for rest was never shown, and dying soldier. with rise on Mount Washington nnd from the for the soul, but rest for tho bod-- , you tholr head on tho lap of mother or wifo or p House, but thero was no beauty will at least havo ono or two hours in B'ster, who havo como out for tho last ofg on which to lay out a plm for Christian in that compared with the fices of kindness and affection; and a high when Christ gives Hus ccclesinstfeal liht to a soul. I work in thi3wife talk with year. other. groan rolls across tho city, stopping not, have heard Parepa sing, but there was no band and each becauso thcro is no spot for it to rest, so music In that compared with tho voice of Brothers and sistors resolve upon some full is tho placa of other groans. A city Christ when he said: "Thy sins aro for now wjrk for Christ. Oa your knoea cry wounded I A city dying! A city loadl given; go in peace uood news! -t unto God: 'Lord, what wilt Thon IVail for Shechom all ye who know tho every one cut down a branch of this troi have stay do?" and mo to horrors of a sacked town get you un'il of life and wave It. Let him throw it on your knos As I look over tha city, I can fiul only down and kindle it. Lit all tha way from tho answer. Aro you ready to join ono building standing, and that is tho Mount Zalmon to Shechem bo filled with with mo in somo now work for Christ? temple of the God Berith. Somo soldiers the tossing jay. Good news! This bonfire I feel that thero is such a thing as classioutsido of the city in a tower, finding that of tho gospel shall consume tho lnst tem- cal piety, that thero Is such a thin? ns they can no longer defend Shechom, now ple of sin and will illume the sky with insular work, but it toeins to me that begin to look out for their own personal apocalyptic joy that Jesus Christ camo what wo want now is concortod action. safety, and they fly to this templo of Into tho world to save sinners. Any new The temple of Berith is very broad, nnd Berith. They get within the door, shut plan that makes a man quit his s n, and it is very high. It has Leon going up by it, and they say: "Now wo are safe. that prostrates a wrong, I am as much in the hands of men and devils, and no huwhole favor of as though all th3 doctors, and man en:inery can demolUh It; but if Abimelech has taken tha city, but ho can not tako this templo of the bishops, and tho archbishops, and tho tho 30.0J0 ministers of Chris', in this Berith. Here we shall bo under the pro- Synods, and tho academical gownsmoa of country should each tako a branch of tection of tho gods." Oh, Berith, tho Christianity sanctioned it. Tao templo of tho treo of life, and all their congregagod! do your be3t for these refugees. If Berith must como down, and I do not caro tions shoe'd do tho sani", and wo should you havo eyes, pity them. If you have how it comes. march on nnd throw theso branches kands, help them. If yon have thunderStill further, I loam from this subject arjund the grjsat templos of sin, nnd bolts, strike for them. But how shall tho power of example. If Abimolech had worldliness and folly, it woull need Abimelech and his army tako this sat down on th grass and told h:s men to no match or cal or torch of ours to temple of Berith and tho men who aro go and get the bcughs, and go out to the touch eff tho pile, for, as In tho days there fortified? Will they do it with battle, they would never of Eli jib, firo would fall from heaven nnd sword? Nay. Will they do it with or if they bad, it would hava gono at all, kindle tho bonfiro of Christian victory havo been without rolled any spirit of e2ec ivo 6pearr xiay. with bat.erlng-raresult; but when over demolished sin. It is kindling now. up by hundrod-arme- d strength, crashAbimelech goev with his own axo nnd Huzzn.li! Tho day is ours! ing against tho walls? Nay. Abimelech hew3 down a branch, Still furthor, I learn from this subjict and with Ahimo- inarches his men to a wood in Zilmon. lech's arm pats soon as ita Ab'moIecVs shoulder tho danger of falso refugos. Asthe temWith his axe ho hews off a limb of a &nd inarches on, Sn my tost says, all these Shechomit'S got into tree, and puts that limb upon his own tho people did tholasne. How thoy wero safe. natur.il ple tiey thought shoulder, and then he says to his men: that was.. What made Garibnldi and They said "Berith will tako caro "You do the same." They are obedient Stonowall Jackson theraost mignetic ot us. Abimelech may batt?r down to their commander. There is a struggle commanders of thl3 everything elso, ho can not batter down as to who shall have axes. Tho whole always rode ahead. Oi,century? They this temple, where wo nro now bid." But tho overcoming woods i3 fall of bending bought, and the power very soon they heard tho timliers crackcrackling, and tho hacking, and tho cut- wrong of example! Hero is a father on tho ling, nnd thoy wero smo h rid villi road: all his boys go on tho wrong ting, until every ono of tho host has a . And Hero is a fatherwho enlists for smoke, and thy miserably limb of a tree cut down, and not only road. his children enlis. you aud I aro just as much tempted to Christ; I saw in somo that, but has put it upon his shoulder, of the picture galleries of Eur'opo fnlso refugee Tho mirror this morning just as Abimelech showed him how. fore many of tho great works of that be- may have persuaded you that you have a tho maAro these men now all armed with the may havo treo branch? Tho reply comes: "All stersthe old masters thero would be comely chook; your best friends elegant sometimes four or five artists taking cip- - persuaded you that you havo crmed." And they march on. Oh, mnnners; Satan my havo told you tho pictures. These what a strange army, with what strange les ofgoing to carry with them,copies they you are all right, but bear vith ma thnt if I perhaps to equipment. They como up to the foot of wero distant lands, and I have thought that toll you thnt if unpardoned you nro nil tho temple of Berith, Abimelech takes wrong, I havo no clinometer by which to and character aro h s limb of a tree and throws it down, your life being copied, and a masterpiece, measnro how steep is tho inclined plank long after you and it is and tho first platoon of soldiers come 11 bloom or blast in tho you aro descending, but I know it Is very np and they throw down their branches, are gono it w steep. "Woll," you say, " f the B'blo is second platoon, nnd tho third, home3 of those whoknowyon, and bo a Gorand the Show mo somo gon or a Madonna. Lookout want you say. true I am n sinner. until all around about the temple of I w.ll step right into it." I supBeritb thero is a pile of tree branches. Look oat what you do. Eternity will hear ro.'uge; the echo. The Lest sermon over preached pose every person in this audienco this Tho Shechemites look out from tho winmoment is stepping into kind of dow of tho temple upon what is aisho'.y life. The best music ever chant - refuge. Here you stop inskiio tower of tho ed a consistent walk. If you want othseems to them childish play on the part of serve him yourself. If good work1. You say: "I shall bo their enemies. But soon the flints are lers to serve God, to you want others shoulder their duty, safe hero in this refuge." Tho battlestruck, and the spark begins to kindle the shoulder yours. Where Abimelech goes ments are adorned; the stops are varnishbrush, and the flamo comes up through on the walls aro pictures ot all tho father good, his.troops the pile, and the red elements leap to the enough go. Tho and grandson it was easy ed; for tho son to be good. suffering you havo alleviated, and all the casement and the wood work begins to schools you havo ostaol(3h:d, and all tho blazu, and one arm of flame is thrown up Ahazinh bsgat Joash, and Joash begat Jo- U. in Tho father lad, it was easv fine things you havo ovor done. 'roboam. on the right side of the temple, another that tower you feel you ara srm of flame is thrown up on tho left enough for tho son and grandson to b) you not the tramp of yoursafe. Bit hoar unpardoned Oa, start out for Heaven y ssdo of tho.temple, until they cla3p their bad. and your family will ccmo after you, aud sins all around tho tower? They each have lurid palms under the wild night sky, and They are kindling tho combustho cry of "firol" within and fira without your business associates will como after a ma'ch. you and social friends will join you. With tible material. You feel the heat and the announces the terror and tho strangulaOh! may you leap in time, tion and tho doom of the Shechemites, one branch of tho troo of life for a baton, suffocation.do laring: ''Qy tho deeds of marshal just as many a3 you can gather. tho gospel and tho complete overthrow of the temple no flesh living bo justifi d." of tho god Berith. Then- thero went up a Oh, the infinite, tho semi omnipotent the law shall say: "I have been driven "Well," you shout, long and loud, from thoatout lung3 power of a good or a bad example. out of that tower; where shall I go?" and swarthy chests of Ablmeleh and his I saw near tho beach a wrecker's ma- Step into this tower of indifference. You inert, as they stood am:d the nshos and the chine It was a cylinder with somo holes "If this tower is attacked, it will bo ! victory 1" Or, up at tho side, made for the thrusting In of say: dust crying, "Victory whlla bfore it is taken." You to Mount Ziltuon, he and all the people some long poles with strong leverage; and a greatease. But there is au Abimeloch a vessel in trouble or going feel at that wero with him, and Abimelech took when thero is with ruthless assault coming on. Death an aro in his band and cnt a bough from to pieces out in tho ofliag, tho wreckers aro the trees, and took it and laid It on his shoot a ropo out to the suffering men. and his forces that gathering around, and you surrender everythey demand shoulder, and said nuto tho people that They grasp it, and tho wreckers turn tho thing, and thoy c'.anur for your immortal wero with him: "What ye havo seen me cylinder, nn 1 thoso who aw shipwrecked tboir rift- mnlrA hnstn. nnd fin ma T Ii.iva dnnn." aro saved. So at your feet y thero overthrow, and they throwwith- skeleton f arms and V' their iron And all the people likewise cut down is an influence with a tremendous lever fists in tho windows, they beat against tho door, nnd - age. The rope attachedjto itswings far every man his bough and followed'Abimwhile you aro trying to koep thorn out yon electa, asd sat them to tho hold, and set out'isfeftho billowyj'fBtnr&i(4Your-chl- l see the torches of judgment so lln iilljji iM ill mi frtfispoB them, the every forest is a torch, I generations that ardi6TfolIow,,willgriT? incHof the "tower of Shechem dtedl" and overV'tnonntain a torch, and overy Ifow,Il8ara Aratirom th'.s subject tho that Influence and fear the and while ffilly of depending upon any ono form of pull long after the figures on y mr tomb- sea a torch, Himalayas the Alps, and Pya tactics in nnything we havo to do for this stone are so near worn out that the visitor renees, and roddor and turn into by live redder the world or for God. Look over tho weap- can not tU whether it was in 1S73 or 1773, coal, blownbroath of a God omnipotent, whirlwind 1073 that you died. onry of olden times javelins, battleaxes, or what will become of your rofugo of lies? liarobingeons and show mo a single Still further, I learn from this subject "But," siys someone, "you aro enweapon wUh which Abimelech and his the ndvantago of concartod nclion. If gaged in a very mean business, driving men could have gained such a complito Abimelo:h had m?roly gono out with a us tower to tower." Oh, no ! I want victory. It is no easy thing to take a tree branch, tho work would not havo beon to from tell you of a Gibraltar that nover has templo thus armod. I saw a house wnere, accomplished, or if tea, twenty or thirty beon and nover will be taken; of awnll during revolutionary times, a man and men had gone; but when all tho axes aro that no Satanic assault can scale; of a bis wifo kept back a whole regiment hour lifted, and all tho sharp edges fall, and nil bulwark that tho judgment eartLquake B budge. it n'ter hour, because they were inside tho these men carry each his tree branch can not says "In The is bio refers toand when it thy refugo, house, and the assaulting soldiers wore down and throw it about the temple, tho uudenioath thee God aro tho everlasting outsido tho houso. Yet hero Abimelech victory is gained the tempi j falls. My arms." Oh! fling yourself Into it. Tread and his army como up, they surround thi3 friends, where thero i3 ono man in the down unceremoniously everything that temple, and they capture it without tho Church of God at this day shouldering his intercepts you. Wed go your way there. los3 of a single man on tho part of Abimewhole duty, there are a great many There nro enough hound of death and lech, nlthongb, I suppose, some of tho old who nover lift an axo or swing a bow. It peril after you to makoyou hurry. Many n man has perished just outs. do the towIsraelitish heroes told Abimelech: "You seems to mo as if thero were ton drones er, with his foot on thn step, with his aro only going up there to bo cut to in every hivo to ono busy boa; as though hand on tho latch. Oi! got inside. Not pieces." Yet you aro willing to testify there were twenty sailors sound asleep ono surplm secon I havo you to spare. that by no other mode certainly in tho ship's hammocks to four men on .Quick, quick, quick! Great God, is life such an uncertain toot by ordinary modes could that temple tho stormy deck. It seems as if thero thine? If I boar a liltlo too hard with eo easily, so thoroughly, have been taken. wero 50,000 men foot on the earth, does it break belonging to tho roservo Fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters corps, and only 1,000 activo combatants. through Into tho gr.ivo? Is this world in Jesus Christ, what the Church most Oj, we all want onr of thousands to get over the which swings at tho speedthe sun of miles an hour around goin; wants to learn, this day, is that any plan golden sands, bsl boat of us aro seatthe most with tenfold more speed toward tho judq-me- n Is Tight, is lawful, is best, which helps to ed either in thprow or in t'jo stern, day? Oh, I am overborne with tho overthrow the temple of sin and capture wrapped in onr striped shawl, hold a thought, and in tho confusion I cry to one this world for God. We are very apt to smuttade, wbito others aro nnd I cry to tho other: "O time! O eter-nitO "tho dead! O tho judgment dav! stick to the old modes ot attack. We put bl stored in the until tho oarO Jesus! OGod!" But catching nt tho on the coat of mail. We come locks groan, andheat, and bend until last apostrophe, I feel that I have someup with the sharp, keen, glittering steel they snap. Oh, th3 blades thing lo hold on to, for u.n God is thy religious s'eepy-hoadspear of argument, expecting in that way wako up I Whils haVJ in our church rofugo. and underneath thero nro the to take the castle; bat thoy havo a thou- a great many whow9 are toiling for God, evorlnsting arms.1' And exhausted with ray failure to save myself, I throw my sand spears:whero wo havo ton. And so there aro soma too lazy to brush tho whole weight ot body, "mind and soul In Oh, my friends flies off tholr the castlo of sin stands. eyolids. You this Divine promise, as a weary child heavy we will nover capture this world for God have ono throws itself into the arms of its mother; laid Ion-so by any keen saber of sarcasm, by nny place that .70 ants aud cater- as a wounded soldier throws himself on glittering lances of rhetoric, by any sip- - pillars have beTtia ns tho hospital to crawl over you. throws himselfpillow; tho a pursued man pteg Bu mining of profound disquisition, What do you into refuge; for "in know,, my brjthors, aliout a God Is thy refuge, anil undrnoath ther , by By gHHpowdery explosions of indig- - living gospel inadj' wort.l? aro tho ovcrlavinr arms." Oh, for a flooa to storm tho sulhm, ByiHarpinootingor wit, by how Now my idea sf sTChriitlan I a man on ot toars with which to oxprc. iim joy el IftTMgtfi, M4 (9 swing fC MIW r wltk ml ftf Mid if your vaiis this eternal rticuel TALMAGIi'S SERMON, ..'rilrv It regiment-answered- con-secrat- od to-da- - to-d- ay Zal-Bio- prayer-mootin- de-cla- ro alms-givin- g, 1 AN ALCOHOL SWEAT. How It . .Atlmliiiiterctl Kutirely l'roper That It Should l'.o Done hy an Kxpcr Did you ever lake one? Xo? Then you have much to learn. They will knock a cold out, though, theie's no question about that; and if administered with duo caution are not so very badtake. The ti ouble i, the person having chaise of tho ceremonies one's mother if tho victim is a boy, or his wife if ho is a married man is apt to underrate the properties of alcohol and turn out too much. But I will 'toserilxj one tiiat my better-hal- f engineered Sei&KSfVjS a few years ago. , 1 caught a thundering cold which didn't seem to loosen up at all, and in an evil moment asked my wife If sho had ever run tho motor of an alcohol sweat. She r"plled that she had not, but had seen her mother do it lots of times and knew just how it was accomplished. After it waj all over the thought occurred to 1110 tiiat I had in the morning scolded her considerably for a little mercantile transaction of hers the day before, by which she parted with a suit of my summer clothes but little e worn tor a cigar set worth about forty-liv- e cents, and I shall always U'lievo that the scolding hail something to do with the way she lired up the alcohol. Hut 1 don't seem to get started on the stor. MUDITATIO.Y. Well, the way an alcohol sweat Is administered is this: You remove all jour clothes and tako a seat on a chair. A True Ijovo Mntcli, After being seated, a thick blanket or quilt you coming on? IVcunot .seen is thrown around your peron, leaving tho llow are j on In M)ine time," remarkedkllostetter head out. A small quantity of alcohol Is McG'mnis on meeting Colonel AVltuerspoon. then poured on a plate, w hich is thrust un- "1 have just returned froinTmyf bridal DUDE AND CANE. In Three Scones. ITia nits.! ' v ml m ,; tour.-- ' Iron-bDn- "So j on are married. Ho diju' that "3 liapienV "I manicdMiss EsmereldaaLongcoMn. It was a love match between us.a "You don't say so. Well, h anf surprised,- fornMJieartl m l -- -- Io;e-- r you say oijjgjjrat you would never ninny except for "KsnierehLa has got thirty tfobnsar,! nQ. lars in her on n name." "I that what you call niorrylngfor iiaj" i sacrl-fio'a- marry for love.jforl could have married another girl who had ttc same amount of money if I li&dvaiited to. and she any ugliei thaiPllsriic-reldu- , 't either." 3V.ru s Sffllnijv. I (Bd wa-n- "Ye, , n; Nut 80 Cnwy. Young Dudenthaler (whose brother-in-Moslaw has just failed) Oh, ycsli, he dakes on dreadful. Ho valkcd dc floor all night, He'sshust grazy beifectly grazy. Good Natural .Merchant Tell him not to trouble himself m much. Such things will happen. Let him call a meeting of his creditors, offer fifty prr cent. cash, and I'll use my personal influence to have it aces cepted. Tip-to- day-sprin- Kefety per Y. I). Fefety per sheutl tdicnt!! YelJ, Moso vas feelln pretty bad, but he vasn't so grazy as all dot. 77ir -- liamblcr. i( fcXK 11. L.- 1 Or.AVlTATIO.V. OiiIiijj lo ll Ky. W Tho druggist had filled the proscription while tho man waited and walked up and down tho store and drummed on the showcase with his fingers, but as he waspaitang the label and directions on the bottle lie gave a sudden start "Anything wrong?" asked the qnlck-cycd m customer. "N-o-.- t. di-d- "You have made a mistake in the and got in poison of somo sort !"' ".No, I haven't. I thought I had left out the tincture of opium, but It's all right. 1 knew I hadn't made any mistake." "Ol,, well," said the customer, as he received the bottle, "I wasn't going to kick about it anyhow. I am getting it for a neighbor!" Detroit Free Pici. com-pouiid.- That is ." Ilo.ml Capacity. se-vc- ic He was a nice Lieutenant in the axmy, and was In Washington society after a campaign of sixty days in Hed Skin society on the plains. Tho ladies were compelled to hear him talk of his hairbreadth escapes and thrilling adventures, and one of them concluded to ambush him at the first opportunity and slay him. He was telling one day about a fight with the -- "hostiles." "All, Miss Virgie," he said, "you should have seen tiiat fight." "Were you there'" she asked, innocently. "Yes, indeed, and I received a bullet in the head." ".lust one?" she inquired again, as innocently as before. "Just one?" he repeated, in surprise; sckn'i: III. to-da- - -- !- V jBi,,F'T'2 a. - to-da- - 1 pprhllrtrtnlIl.aayUhel long-reaching kind-llng,j.ja- COXSTEIINATIO.V. ceive?1' 0$ "Well. I don't know exactly. 1 have seen some heads which had room in them for a half bushel or more, and then again I I "how many would you expect a raan to rehaven't" aiani Traveler. made the young man so ligt-h8aliiiui. no iiiinusi iuu 011 tne piaafu It m, Jr ed -- Aicr- to-d- ay S'm'otlirr Girl. A Fifth Vard young man possesses a very liberal endowment of perseverance. 'Miss B- said he, "do you love mc )' "I am sorry to say that I do not,'--' was the reply. "Well, then," he persevered, "won't you at least permit me to renew tho question tills evening?'' "Not this evening,' said the maiden. ".May 1 ask some other evening?" . "Not some other evening, Mr. Q , but you may ask some other girL" If. Y Herald. An mj-rig- ht J:xiirlinent Worth Trying. have you got in that bundle?" in- Tho bean is one of the most ancient Listen to Your Wife. ANatural AVondnr of ImleAcrih.ible Mag- articles of human food. It was culti- The Manchester Gciedias'. Jane Sth. 1SS3, layi: At vated in Egypt in the earliest ages, and one ot the nificence formed the common dish known amoiig "Windows" One of the wonders of the Pennsylva- the Hebrews as pottage, for a disli of Looking on tho woodland waysl "With, nia oil region is thus described by:i lady ffuich I'sau bartered away his birth-righ- t. clumps of rhododendrqms and great masses visitor. "About four miles from Kit- It is sunnoseil to be a native of of 31ay blossoms!!! "There was an interlersia. Tho liean was iiilrndiiced iiitn esting group. tanning is a small stream called It included one who bad been a " Cotton Britain by the Romans. spinner," but w as now so Creek. It rims unchecked Paralyzed!!! and uncontrolled in an easy serpentine Steel nails are now almost excluThat ho could only bear to lie in a reclinway very pleasant to the eye, through sively used. Chicjgo Herald. ing position. the most beautiful of uncultivated laud. ' m This refers to my case. I was first Attacked twelvo years ago Its clear waters rcllcct tho weeping J TRICKS ON 'THE TRACKS with "Locomoter Ataxy" willow and handsome swamp plants Danger A paraljtlcilbeascot nerve fiber'nurlf rer cored) from IVhlclt Knclneer Savo tha that border it for miles and miles, like and was for several years barely ablo to get I'ulillc and ThemseUes. unto nothing but a French plate mirror about ITho Hallway llcvlcw. reflecting .1 surrounding of foliage And lor tho last Five years not able to On Is accustomed to railway who attend to mv business, although plants. Near tliero an Many tSlnp have teen done for me. 'foot-lois dependent for safety upon tho spans the creek. A party of The lait experiment beuiK ervestr Added to tho responsibility of capitalists put dowu a test well for oil To Tarag9l iu voted lato the their Homo for Incurables! Near Manchester, eighteen years ago. Gas was struck in- stant station, engineers are also in constead, and not then knowing the use of tricks danger of accidents caused by the in May, 1Sj2. of jealous rirals. I am no "Advocate:" "Foe anything in it, the rigging was removed and the This rivalry, it is said, sometimes prompts to the doing of utterly mean tr.cks. tho shape of patent" Medicines? place deserted, leaving the lighted gas And made many objections to my dear ANicklePlate engineer after his very first master alone in its glory. trip was laid off because he had "cut out" wife's constant urcinjr to try Hop Bitters, "Tho gas was of such force or presH tha bearings of his engine. He was rebut fm.'.lly to pacify her sure that it threw the salt water, which instated, however, after he proved that Consented!! has never been shut off, two hundred some rival had died his oiling can with I had not quite finished the first bottlo tmcry. Another new engineer was susfeet up into tho air together with its when I felt a change come over me. Thi3 pended for burning out tho Hues of bis was Saturday, November 3d. On Sunday weird flames, sprays falling again to the boiler. Through grief at the loss of his earth and running on with a gurgle to position ho died, and then a conscience-stricke- n niornim; I felt so strong I said to my room JU join the creek in its 'on forever song. rival confessed that he had put companions, " 1 was suro 1 could A "Walk! oil in (Aelan&sothatit foamed nnd show ed The grass around in a circle is sere and So started across the floor and back; water af the top gauge, i brown, tho heat from the burning gas there was scarcely a quart when In renllty in the boiler I hardly tnev hor to contain myself. 1 was all over intense, yet the water is ice cold. This Thes fntens jealousies, together with tbe houhr. I am c&inlng urengtU each day, and ca certainly is the lincst anil handsomest the terrible anxiety incident to their walk nu.te safe wl.Loui any if fekr Or Support. natural "fountain in the country. One work, hivtt a terribly straining effect on am at my tnrn the nerve, and statistics tell us that, toIearnnow own living home, and hope oon to be able at can not realise the ellect of the scene my again. I b&ve ten a member Locomotive look l the.Manchester burning gas and crystal water in the air though ind vigorous, Engineers may all a of"Koval Exchange' strong they are not Si For nearly thirty yean, andai most heartily con"Engineer A. S. until it is witnessed, as it is by many healthyclass. HampUu, Indianapolis, Ind., (Div. 143) gratulated on uolnc Inlo the room oa.ThuradaylaiU who travel miles to look on this wouder. VeryKratefiilir youra, Jons Blacxbvsx, M Mai. on of those apparently Dec. 24, 1SS3. .It is now said to be filled witli debris. was he ays: "Tho anxiety, hearty men, T o )en estek (Ens.perfectly well. ears later am strain and but which keeps it from rising: above five loltinj camenear hnisning me.V His sur feet. An yinsuccosaftii(eflortnliasJjeon, Prosecute the &tcindler made to haye the ownebtge0rtlHrwell If when too callfcr Hop Hitter the drngsUt hand out an jtlifne hat "llt-- Bitlert" with a irreen cluster cleaned out it returned to its former. kin twentv man." T. S. Intrrahnm. of ot Hops ;oa wnlte labvl. aliun that tfnxffxlat a yoq. a "well andlf glory this licry fountain could bo ju I Cleveland, O., Assistant Chiof Engineer, tiozus stuff, indict himlie lias taken yonrinoneyior a for tbe fraud and sue him for tho omer prominent rneniDers are also damages forthe swindle, and we wUl reward yo uii'ivuaiy uuiMinisuMU ui and conviction. in its praise. emphatic wonder"." rutsburgh iJujxttch. Se I . . Conrt injunction against C D. Warner Ifeadlncr. Mich- - and all his salesmen and azeota. The Locomotive Engineers' Brotherhood 17,000 members and 240 divisions. Its DruggUts, and other Imitator, take warning. CO. has HOP lilTTEUS M'F'G NICKNAMES. haadnuarters are in Cleveland, O.. where Engineer Arthur for twenty years Ono Term of DrrUi n Which i Now the Chief has exercised almost dictatorial sway. It Name l :i drrat Denomination. was organized in August, lSb.1, by the emof the Michigan Central. tier the chair, the thi'd lighted and tho Of sarcastic nicknames there are ployes nenrly two million dollars It has to the given opening in the b.nnket again closed. If scores of instances in history and bioc- - widows and orphans of deceased members. H 1 1 O too large a dose is not gicu the sensation The eminent Doctor Abcrnethy, is pleasurable nt tirsr, and b shifting occa- - raphy. Prof. Trilobito (eloquently): "Yes; all siouallj anil lifting the weight of tho body of Loudon, wrote a book called Surn-ca- l things came by chance, and the great by the hands and arms, one from the chair Observations," and from his invariglobe itself, like a mushroom, sprang np can generally stand it until the alcohol hai able habit of advising his patients to in tho night." toLittle Bessie BriRhteyo: burned up, ami a feeling of relief is exknow, please, sir, where ' I should like perience I. This is brief, however, for in a read it, he became known as Doctor the seed came from." , and mifew seconds tiio thing is rejKraU-dAdmiral Vernon, because of les you arc very lad oil Indeed you begin his Easiest way to mark custom of wearing a "Grogram' to "sweat like a butcher." After you havo jam cloak in bad weather, was called "Old alone a baby and some three minutes. thrown oil a paillul or so of perspiration nt the table for llviuln.iirr. n hnm ht!ilhfMjl la & OUetttOn Of great moment to those ho fir any reason are unablo Grog." It was this same Admiral Ver- Toledo Blade. j 011 aie curnod down with a coarse towel, tofumishthollttle one lth aature'f supply, whllo then jump into bed, when you aro loaded non, by tho way, who instituted the custhese'ectlonof a wet nurse Is aftended.wlthmucn "Shoot l'oliy as She Flies," difficulty and risk". Send lo Woolrich Co, I'almer. with quilts, anil a secondary sweat occurs. tom of serving out a mixture of spirits Msss, for pamphlets on the subject. Ridge ; Food You soon sink into the arms ot Morpheas, and water to the seamen of the roval was ihe wn- - It appeared in the proof-sli-Top. has successfully reared more chl.areu than another fyods combined. and in tho morning the backbone of the cold nav, a beverage which they called Tho nrgus-oye- d however, is broken. "grog," in memory of its originator. tho quotation intended and chnnged butehs' guide: is The particular one I refer to, in which Talleyrand, tlie French statesman, who knew read: "Shoot Folly ns she flie." it to Sept. and March, my wifo made her Jcbi as stoker, was unPope. Of course it was an error, yet how pages, fortunate, however. In tho first plare, sho was famed alike for his wit and his sar- many aro daily committing much graver casm, was at one time Bishop of Aiitun, errors by allowing tho first symptoms of selected a rickoty chair, which had een its lllnstratlona a best days, and had no cauo seat to speak of. and his many enemies jocularly spoke consumption to go unheeded. If afflicted Picture Gnllery. of him as "ilis Irreverent Reverence." with loss of appetite, chill sensations, or 1 kicked on that chair, of course, but sho "Wholesale Prices suicidal to. merruled my objections, sajing that her Lindley Murray, by a similar play on hacking cough, it i3 uso of Dr. delay a direct to consumers on nil srooda for Pierce's single moment tho peraonal or family use. Tells liovr lo mother had just such a chair, which she words, was facetiously called tho "Golden Medical Discovery," the great ortler, and given exact coat of erery--tlilkept especially for similar occasions. Tho Grammarian." nnd only reliable remedy yet known for yon ne, eat, drink, wear, or first trial was a success while it lasted, as In 1739, a few students in the old Enthis terribly fatal malady. Send two letIia c fun with. These INVAIAJABLK she poured out but a small doe. and I duly glish university of Oxford formed themter stamps for Dr. Pierce's complete treatUOOICS contain Information frleaned praised her dexterity. The second and selves into a club, frorn the markets of the world. W pledged themselves to ise on this disease. Address World's N.Y. Medical Association, Buffalo, third trials wero also satisfactory, and I will mail a topy FltKE to any ada closer observance of college discipline was beginning to get thoroughly warmed dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray "TnE battlo is not always to the up, when sho said: "Now I will put in a than had prevailed before that time.and expense of mntlinir. Let us hear from as he Kespectfully, you. little more, and you must sit as still as pos- afterward united in works of practical strong," said the judge,county awarded fair. it. the butter premium at a sible." 1 told her to go ahead but to be piety and benevolence. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO careful, and didn't watch her as she poured Thcj were the objects of the unspar- l'aul Herald. 227 V 2!9 Wnba-- h Avenue, Chicago, ill the alcohol out. When she touched it oil ing ridicule of both students and tutors, Laugh anil Orotv I'at," ..None Gcnnine unless Iiearlne this Stamp and closed tho blanket, 1 knew at onca and wero dubbed in derision "The Holv is a precept easily preached, but not so sho had oicrdono tho thing b several Club." "Bible Moths," ami that JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. Bible easy to practice. If a person has no appespoonfuls. It was not pVat alone that as- Bigots." But what incensed their law- tite, but a distressing nausea, i Hi Mode in Button. Congress and t sailed me this time, but the veritable flame- -. dyspepsia, boils, cr any other ilf reace, JictCa T&xin. enexecuea in Jjuraonur, oouvri ana And theso didn't crawl and loiter on the less fellow students most w:tb their strict sulting from inaction of the bowels, it is Appearance. A postal card & way, but swarmed ail over such part of my attention to the rules laid down by the ImpObsiblo to get up such a laugh as will ions win how to inC vcr wix c formation onuK jou pet university authorities; aud so, to express roduco nldermnnic corpulence. In order anatomy as came within their reach. I this Shoe In any Stato laugh satisfactorily you must bo well, R Vn natura'ly yelled, and marie a desperate ef- their hatred and contempt, they called xr.. atm a m wd to bo well you must have your bowels ftOK,"-- 0 ATV-t- ;vs.N. onerniory.ivio., ,1. Alcana fort to free myself from the blanket aud them "Methodist." This naiue stuck, In good You can 5 'cT5S3-i-iN- . this and laugh 41 Lincoln aucet hence, when tho chair gae way ami I and the "club" proved to bo the germ heartilv order. Dr. Piprrn'ado Vfpnsnnt I'nrir. K isoston.imswith -i- ?j'-n riC"w . struck th home plato with a dull thud. of one of tho greatest modern religious stivo Pellets," the little regulators of tho Jerusalem, but that plato rw hot! 1 will denominations. II. J', licdilalt, in St. liver and bowels and best promoters of not give you all the details, as they might Nicholas. Jollity. crcata an Impression unfavorable to alcohol sweats, which jro really very iwod and Tntiropular definition of cashier Cash jonievvhero pIsc. Life. Strength of the Swiss Army. thorough, and succeed when neatly everything elso falls. The splinters of can' &Bi According to tho officially published Delicnto diseases radically which hung down caught fire, ditto tho state of the Swiss army, it consisted on cured. Consultation free. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Bulialo, X Y. April 15, 1335. of 477 commissioned UNEQUALLED FOR CEMENTING officers, of whom Si belonged to the IXATHER.ie. IfvU WOOD. GLASS. CHINA. PAPER, LONDON, few. tVuns is a bet like a crank? "When it is AWAROEO COLD MEDAL. r,cdc by Mason & fUml.n unnn & Haso general staff, 17 to the railway division, declared "off." Pj'i-Cu Ci.tr. MM orV by the RUSSIA. and 155 to tho infantry. Commanders PiKi'sToOTnACiiEl)norscurcInlminutc"c. CEMENT CO. GLOUCESTER. MASS. 60LO EVERYWHERE. Sample Tin Cans sent Iv MaiLfflo (Henri's Sulphur Smf heals and beautifies. 2.5c. of battalions, of whom there are some Con.s ItEiiovia; kills Corns & Uunions. 2'X), receive their appointments from the German CANS recantons with whose contingents they ACEXTin your pocket is worth two on The Ocnnd frrthc Improved MASOV A II.YM-I.I.iVi-y- spectively serve. The cavalry is com- your handkerchief. Waterloo Obsrrrer. I'lAMIS Is now so larpe that a second addition to the factory has become lmperatise. Do not manded by 25 olliccrs, the artillery by require as much tuning as Pianos on the system. Consult Catalocne, free. 11S. the sanitary corps by Ifl, tho engipretal'Jnjr wreit-plr U) Styles of OKO.VXS, SSS to SOOO. For TTATVE Cash, Eay Payments, or Kenled. neer corps by 81, while to tho veter- 1VE. X"ET. "Wayne, Da Page Co., Illinois, inary scrvico aro assigned 9, to MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO COMPANY, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE the administration 55, and justice 146 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. Percheroa IInrc alned at 5,500,000, is done by a stnfl' of 1G. The highwhich Includes about est rank recognized in the Swiss army MADE IN A DAY during peace is that of Colonel. The 70 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES by pedijrrres reestablished 7 Es7iM)eIlKUtriiI employment Whf selection of a General to command the corded purity of blood isStud Eock of France, Oie only J Jisy ana prontaoie. ; In thePercheron iioouihk. Ivimuni, military forces of the Confederation in Stud Book ever ut)llhed ia uiat country, Itrniiillic. or Wcnvlnc (In any kind of cloiii (new or old), rags or yarn. A handsome Turkish war is expressly reserved by the ConstiEVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. Ituir made with 'J.i cts. worth of carpet waste. blanket, and we had a great time smotherTUC DTADI onL'; .lIAKKKcan be naed STOCK ON HAKD: I ilL rCHiiL ing the threatened conflagration; and what tution to the Federal Assembly. The nil .enlnc innchlncn. or by hand. AnonderfalinTeotion. It scIIhiU sight, with the smell of scorched woolen and effective strengtli of the array at the bel'ricc SI. (HI, potiiiil. A cent is Wanted. Imported Breed Marcs tif tend stamp for circulars, terms, and territory. cuticle, the fumes of burning alcohol, my ginning of this year was 200,751 men, JAO. U. 1IIIITXJ. CO., SI S State SU, Ckle yells, and tne fright of Mrs. S., it was a thus apportioned: S aft' 777, infantry, V ..BrotfSjKsA 160.149, cavalry 5.C2S, artillery 21,957, regular monkey and pairot time. Imported Stallions, No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes es. indeed. engineers, 5,825. sanitary service 2,370. Did It cure my cold? ' saw Old enough for . i.irst. ceienrateu Serrlce, Either that or the fact that I had to remain administration 1,101. Tho remainder iiai.i 1. It and JIUIIiI.E Combined, indoors for st era! days and take mj irnicl are nt Inched to the iStaff Secretariat and can not be slipped by any horse. Sam 125 COLTS ple iiauer to any pan ot tne I'.s. in bed, lying on m side, effected a comTwo years old and Department of Justice. The proportion free, on receipt of SI. Sold brail younger. plete recovery, and I didn't hae another of superior officers in the infantry is one iisraware ana BsasssmZ RpronlTlTif- - tin. hrfn. Dealers. Special discountHarness to thel I generally take u Turkcold that winter. clrklearrentprihT-nlintern. to 1,030 men, in the cavalry one to 225, 4' Mmr cent brrd ntilmnt nur Trade. Ci"end for 1 feci a cold breeders ihr.t. have. J C LiauTiiocsK.Kochester.N.v. ish bath now though, when e"er well coining on, although I do think nn alcohol in the artillery one to 211, engineers one tattt to ht..lf th"lr n!it-,n.nnt prades, I will sweat will do the work just as well, nnd to 187, sanitary corps one to 50, and ad- recorded, thej shonld be valmd only aswhen I cannot R. U. AWARE all imported stock at (Trade prices fll with the animal sold, pediKrro Teriflcd by the there needn't be any trouble if everything ministration one to 20. Exchange. furn!h THAT original French certificate of its number and record In is all right. Going to try it? That's right; OO.paa-- Illustbe rcrcheron Stud ltoofc of France. Lorillard's CHmas Ping trated but caution jour wife about the dose, bo Tho irrigation works of Colorado well of t'ataloirue sent free. Wayne. Ills. . in 35 miles Chicago, on the Chicago Jt Ky. a red tin tag; that Lorillard's long. Pcch'x 101. Lfm Kosei.enrflnecut; that Lorillard's ssw are on a great scale. The "Grand River Nay Ciipplncs. andijualltyLorillard's SuuHs, are that Ditch," in Western Colorado, at the bethe best and cheapest, A Hitch In the Testimony. considered i feet wide at the ginning, is thirty-liv- e "So, Mr. Witness, you swear that at tho bottom, lift- - feet wide at the top, tivo Novelty Rug Machine time this theft was committed on the south feet deep for the first ten miles then di(Pat. Pec.CT.lSJl). For matins Huiri.Tidlex.IIoods.Mlttcns.elc. side you saw the prisoner un the north minishing until tho last two and a half directions hent by mail, foil "WANTED. Price. sL AdKXTS side?"' r . sixteen feet wide at the botmiles are Mf.Cheatem Mr. .lent". hy don't yon sell some Manufacturer Stamped Rug Patterns on Burlap. " Ye, sir." tom, with three feot depth of water. The of these otherf makes ot Axle Grease Instead of the Beware of Infringements. Send for circular. . JtOSH A. CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. inches FKAZGK Because our customers ask for the ." Was he going toward the south side or grade is a little over twenty-tw- o Mr. .lenks was he coming from that direction?" to the mile, which gives .1 slrong cur- FRAZR hare you know, sir. that one box of the pin nFFFU T"n,rJur"thm',,,wU: Mr. C I'd Mama mBim as "I can't answer that now." rent. One company engaged in the irri- FJIAZEK Grease costs us nearly we much as two Operating Washinc Macnlnes. If jouwantona makes, while " Why not?" sell them all boxes send D. Tour name, i . .j. kihi riiimvnK.i gating business has constructed over 100 at the of these other same price. The National Co., as Derst.,svjr. "Because the prisoner's lawyer forgot to 1 box of the FRAZER U worth ft Mr. canal-- , in tho UioGraude valley much at three boxes of these other brands. tell me which way north is." Chlcauo niilesof Aa actirs Man or Woman ia essrv Cldeagoi'ribunr. fe Mr. a That Is Just the polnt.'Iiy selling ihcse t at a cost of 750,000. coiinrr to sell our toods. Salarr tt(. Xcivs. brands you not only waite twir as much for us on BrMMtaandXDenie. t snensss tn ad i box as you make on the FRAZER, bat your Tance. CanTastinj: outfit 1 Villi l'arycular .sGmfjfs have to buy twice or thrre limes as much fit. Btaadard 811 vtsr. wars Co. THE MARKETS lo.jlt as fVy would ot the FRAZER. ' 311 'Tis wondrous strange how great tho nrtrr-.. ....... k. irmn vtitib 9rtmf bl TO HATS KXALTH THE UTIR HtST RE SIFT IS OIHL change since I was in my, teens: then I'd a Cincinnati. October B.16S5 1 25 sbav7lffllVs4n 1 f ?' im. ft2H beau and and joined the gayest LIVE STOCK PWW F k 3 ."0 n 4 o Choice Butchers ssspsM LAAsSfi itmtmmm. rsuauov, ass scenes. But lovers now have ceased to HOGS Common 3 VV iVVSAVfllUn .vaitn ij. u t oo - 3J 00 a :t ao a. cure ftr Lirer Complaints and ills caused by a Good packers. vow no way they now contrive to poison, J" to deranKed or torpid condition of the liTer, as Dispep-jj- s KM) forfrec Caialojrnr of Booki of Amn?rmrnt . SI hang or drown themselves because I'm SIIEEP-Oo- od Famib choice "25 spakcrn.I)ial02U.GyninaMlc. Fortune Tellen. .Constipation, Biliousness. Janndice, Headache. FLOUlt thirty-fivOnce, if the night was e'er so nUAIN P6 Malaria, Rhfomatism, etc. It rrtruUtes the bowels, Drram Books. Debates. Letter Writers. Etiquette, . led Purines' the hlood. strengthens the sytetn. etc Pick A Fitzoeealp, 1 Ann SU'ew York, nl . & M bright, I ne'er abroad could roam without No. 2 led. .. AN INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. (t 43' j Corn No. 2 "the bliss, the honor, miss, of seeing you Thouads of Testimonials ProTBits Alent. X, MORPniXE H.1B1TS qalcVly (it- 27 . AST DECOQIiT HTH. TXXI. TOU ITS REPCTATIO Jt Oats No. 2 mixed. and painlessly Ki safe home." But now I go, through rain TJ OPIUM Trial Conrse cured at home. Fr Ityo No. 2 ft ft tonll. UUSCANB and snow, fatigued and scarce alive, HAY Timothy No. 12 JM fiiJ 00 KF.MEII V CO.. Lafayette, Ind. S W & 9 M) through all the dark, without a spark beTOBACCO Common Lu The mot beautiful and finest toned ....10 U0 6414 Good Medium cause I'm thirty-fivChlcauo Tribune. inthe Sendforcatalogue. Addreos t '0 ft 0 fi2!, PROVISIONS-Po- rk Mess ORGANS mrnt. world, unc price. eay pay. Hi 4fr . WeaTerUrsanPianoCowVork.Paj Lard Pr me steam U & J" Ho Declined the OflVr. BUlTElt rncy Dairy.. 23 21 Tl.. .. J Tf,.,. iMf n n Tl.lflV. Ohio Gentleman (to little boy) What arc you APPLES Cnnu.try .10 00 Prime HAIR where. Wholesaleandretallprtcc-llstre1 23 1 00 t3UCUl(kVHll iJ,V, POTATOES per Imrrrf going to do with the puppy, little bo? NEW VOKIv. Little Boy I'm going to drown him. Indigestion, Rasufifitl RED on Cotton TurkUh Kubrnss. I suffered for more than fire years with 0 dV 3 . UCstUlllUI Samples free tn erery person sending Gentleman I'll give you a dollar for FLOUK Stu'and Weicrn..-5- 3 scarcely able to retain the simplest food on my stom"Ch.eiisfO fe MH i:k A IV W lu.nt.-ach. I declined in flesh, and suffered all the usual address to I T. WHITB, Eaton IUrlds, Mich. him. P5Jft MS depression attendant upon this terrlblo disease. At No.2iert last, fatlln? to find relief In anythinselse, I com4T'W 49 il1 t'.irn No. 2 mixed and cured without the knife, Little Boy (after duo consideration) menced the nse of Swift's Specific. The medicine CANCER Treated treatment sent free, Adareji 2' ic Ad Outs m .red lloolc on I guess not. You see, I'd have to VOHK Jlc5 toned up the stomach, strencthenedthe dlpcstire DM) &I0IW KaneCo,IH. rL.Pt)NI.M.I-Auror- a, . ... and soon ail that burning ceaed. and 1 could reIB give mo- -t of the money to father, and I LAUD Wtsterii hicani . . tain food without dlfnculty. Now my health is cood. drowning the clog. r!7s; wouldn't have the fun of nd can eat an thing lit the shape of t uod, and tllscst Chicago. EDUCATKWrAI H without difficulty. Tafcethe prescribed dose after Nop, I guess 1 won't sell him. X. I". Suiu FLOUlt Slate and Western ..J 1 50 it 5 00 JAMES MAX2f.Xo.il Ivy St. j -Cow-anshauco caloric-producin- A FOUNTAIN OF FIRE. g -- 1 honu-how- " g' navy-blu- J cane-bottoto- Ex-Chi- ef 'i-- t!t KOvU wonlda-rlper- u Hkl 1 I PliZJl Mv-Boo- table-linen-Lea- black-curra- nt p. proof-reade- r, OThc al ng ry sick-headac- r-- -- v Ik ... ro ' f v m - As-oc'- A CAGE'S LIQUID GLUE. S-OR- 3psM" " SxHk V ZD-OTS- miGEk WU &tv 200 I'rlee-I.lst- ,' 1 e North-Westc- DEALERS vs. CONSUMERS. ff ii A I om-e-. j x 1 uiiiftnAii""" J.-- One -- oth-W- Itki-J- billet-dou- x ' Cattle-Comuio- nf Hum mmhmm Indigestion Cured. ..... Ttiw. wm rAJtsTl-'"1- ir04 w-- .t pissjp. t e. Whcut-I.oinrherr- V S . cil ni.-xe- J e. .. OH 15 1 1 a IIBleu-iimwiMV-- T."i No N-no- p, s, . 6li ) - big-handl- ed v! old-sty- le ?, quired a wife bl her husband. "A violin, my dear." "Why, you can't play I" "No; but I'm going to give it to my barber." "What for?" "Because I just heard that a tonsorial artist out West was struck speechless while playing the fiddle." A". Y. Journal. G" What Thl? is an apple, laro and round. At the top of tho barrel ulwnys found. O o Git A IK Wheat No. 2 red- No.SCliicniroSpnmr., Corn-No. ... ff fl.V &"4 25 "5 2 Onts-N- o.2 Hyc POKK-M- 25V &J5 UALTIMOUU. & "n.sale by all druggists. For Treatise on and Blood N. T 157 d St. fekln DIseaes mailed free. THE bWlFT M'EClHsO CO- - iinur STITISY. SeenreaBnslness Education by HUIu w luaiUIroniBi suskss OotXEOi. Ilngaloji.i. A'.K-- E. 1051 Urawer 3. Atlanta. Gs. cis LAUD Steam.., t6 5.S71 80 This Is the apple, small and mean. Always at the bottom seen. DridytvaUr IndcptmUnL A Hood Man. ; " tij They were discussing tho merits of Mr. His Ann in Frenry Flylnir. Grabb, ilje lawyer: "Mamma, what makes the minister make "I don't wish to say anythiug against his his arms go around so?" asked a little girl character, 'but ;" here the speaker while at church yesterday. paused. "Sh, my dear," whispered the mother; "Why, he seems a very religions man. I "he's only making gestures." He never swears, never drinks, kcops tho " After a brief silenco tho child piped out: y.ib! iitii "Say, ma, I know what he's doiriir He's "Yes, ho keeps tho Sabbath and c cry-iliitrylns to wish flies l".Y, Y, Journal cho tic can lay his hsuds gu." Lift. us Family GRAIN Wheu- t- No. 2 Corn mixed Oats mixed- PROVISIONS Pork Mess .Lard Hcflncd , CATTLE Medium rLOUIt ...U WJ i500 91 91tf "X) .... 2 50 a 10 si 00 G O 93 48H Many a Lady Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. 3 oo a 625 'M is beautiful, all but her skin ; INDIANAPOLIS. -- $ Wheat No. 2 red..., Corn mixed.. Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. Flour-rAN- 4iy 3 25J4 4S5 o. 1 GRAIN Wheat No.2 red Crn mixed Oate mixed LARD iteoin, POHK ft 15 and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. 4t 93 men ,. u m t? 1 "sL- ' &:l. i l Ai,i t. j, , a I Eabsrc BK5dF-- -j 8.. ".'" 4 n ' LOCAL NEWS. CYPRESS, MOLES, JL BUCHANAN. & All heart Crjre.H Shingles, first class in fevery respect, kept constantly ou hand, hud for sale at lowest prices. Beptll pounds of Usher Ilarrv, at 0.K .111M,I:V market price Fulton, for which the highest will tobacco by be paid in cash. The Court of Claims meets Monday. Two stores wero burglarized at Fulton,'J7iday night last. B HI v It: Si- - Gen. Ji)o. S. Williams is said of the pioneers and prominent x .to favor Gen. Buckucr for Gover- men of tho Purchase district. A is filled with explanatory nor. notes of the, general History, and Col. Henry Wilkerson,of May appendix B contains a record of fiield, is an applicant for an Indian commissioned oftlcors. Federal and """ Plaut is Bellini; ALL "WOOL FLANNEL agency. Confederate, from Kentucky in A new complication has risen at lGjc per yard. Full yard wido Domestho late civil war. This has Hover in connection with tho Chinese tic, (lieavy) at 5c per yard. Elder Cook delivered an Wednesday before been published. Tho book question. It appears that tho AppSc ; Vinegar Just from the discourse, will be delivered to subscribers British government refuses to per- country bentjor leaking pickles, for sale Bight, at the Methodist church. with the next two or three weeks. mit its possessions to be made a at CowtsiLt's Dkco StORE. -r- Tho "Veiled Prophet'' display, Tho book is handsomely bennd dumping ground for tho reject qd Bept'J5-3- t always a prandsplendor in former on tho "best of The Godflhaw & Tlant and W. L. years, in St. Louis, wa3 a decided and printed Pernn. tho ptner, Chinese of- the United States, ex.jotiial cept upon payment of a fee, which Y. II. &c. Shoes for Men, can bo found cflly at failure this Week. managing editor of tho workjis a it is ouite impossible for the Uni Plaut's. All Mid under a gu&ranhe. --rMr.,Erq,nk IJrisondinc, on Fri- Kontuckian,,and was connected ted States to pay, and which, perHr? iistll tourrunt our Oustoiri' Made with tho. old IiOiiistillo Journal.' haps. i& an tQx orbital)! ..measuro of day last, '.was elected,. City of Falton. ncisjacktiojvv. before its cbnsolulalioifligwb.c itcpryllessnesSffe Chinese. Jjooti and Shoes. 'They hr" First-CUis' jL;edged to be:a.goodofilcerifei courier, tiuuita1a1mm.urtcm;, mm- - LXUoidiscovcrvJias lieclv made- bv long1 expeneuecj 1"'"ofEli8tom&i,oil!cers on tho -- Tue President has appointed of north vrestcrnffoiiirdal-yHo reA. H. Dudlav to bo Postmaster at Excitonient In Tcxna. H. BUCHANAN, . Ivy., Great excitement lias been csufed in the ports to the department that while l?rincetonYCaldwcll County, vice Kobert 3L Cravens. vicinity of Pari?, Tex., by the remarkable strenuously endeavoring to carry Has on display a magnificent line folof E. Corley, who was ft out the of Mr. SsfW-.STORlasting from recovery he couldJ.not turn in bed, or raise Chinese instructionsand the famous of black Silks, embracing theOttoA put back lowing line Radiitnernoir, circular, Saturday evening until Sunday helpless ; everybody said he was dying of upon British soil Chinese who had hia head "morning, prevailed in tho vicinity Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's come into the United States in man, Reps and Plain. These goods brought to New Discovery was sent him- - Finding violation of Devil's Lako, Dak. of tho provisions of the arc the best Silks ever and will be relief, he bought a large bottle and a box market, Tw-young men, of Winero, of Dr. Kins'fl New Life Pills: by the time restriction act, ho was met with a the Hickman Graves county, were held to answ he had taken two boxes of Tills and twoj Canadian statute whether new sold at prices that defy competiand cr to tho Circuit Court, on the hcttlraj nf flis Biecnvprv. he was wellTrial or old docs not appear which re- tion. had trained in flesh thirtvsix rounds. quired tho payment to tho treasucharge of stealing water-melonThe most beautiful patterns iu All Wool Bottles of this Great Discovery for Con- rer of tho Canadian government last week. Ingrain two and three ply Carpal, at sumption free at Moore & Landruni'a. of $50 for each Chinaman as tho 1'laut'rt. Carpet i ii from 10; cents up, Mayfield is to havo a tobacco condition precedent of rcadmis-sio- u cheapest ever otl'ered in Hickman. steminery.a branch of a large Lou The ladies of tho Missionary to British soil. isville concern. This with her two Society gave a most enjoyable enThe rush has fairly commenced warehouses will make her quite a tertainment at Mrs. Hubbard's, The gratifying report of general at Buchanan's. The ladies arc in tobacco center. last Friday afternoon, it being the activity in business continues to ccstacics over the magnificent line Oapt. Clint Bundle is a candi evening for the monthly meeting. come from nearly all parts of the of Dress Goods and Trimmings of business was country. Tho movement is somedato for Circuit Court Judge of Tho regular order which thero was what uneven; more activo in some exhibited at this popular house- -, during this district. A more popular or observed, the goods excel they all say fitting, man could not be found reading of leaflets, which were districts, particularly in tho South all "others in that Hickman in elegance with la search warrant. Ful very interesting and instructive and Southwest, and less active in in reeard to "Womau's work for somo parts of the Eastern States, and cheapness. Don't buy until Ionian. Women :" also, a most excollontj you have seen them. The business revival keeps on letter from Mrs. W. L. Duckworth, tho trade in cotton goods being mentioned as showing decidedly rcviviugjna wny to rejoice the Corresponding Secretary. BrothOYSTERS! hearts of all. Tho period of strain er neffley then made a few very less animation in first hands. As a whole, however, trade retains THE freshest and best Oysters by the Jius ceena trying one, out it is appropriate remarks, giving an op- the volume and liveliness can, or served at any hour, and in any passing" away, and trade skies are portunity to all present, not memrecently recovered and this is at; way desired, always to be had during the roseate. bers of the Society, to become tested both by a bettor stato ot present season, at tho such. Several names were added retail business and by tho very Will S. Hays, tho river editor The. patronage of ladies solicited, and arrangement for their polite atto the roll. Tho company was large traffic over tho railroads in Courier-Journahasjomed of tho was tention. Havorley's Aliuistrcl Troupe, lie then invited out to tea, where westerly directions. Certainly, as LACLEDE HOUSE. has made a contract with them for found a table spread with the much has been gained as could bo Beptll most delicious edibles, too numer- expected by any but the most throe years. As a sweet a tJurSltiKjirno. the Wntrh-mnkWe will only sanguine: and tho fact that prices now located in Monro & Landrnm'a drug ous to mention. writerud musician of genius ho speak of the beautiful cako ami have made only a morderato ad- store. 11b skill and reliability haa been 8tauusC.vcry high. proven, apd hois located here permanently citron, nice fruit and splendid tea vance is from Virginia indicate and coffee. Miss Castloman was solidatingof tho best omen for con- to always make good bis promises. the improvement. that Gen. Fitzhno Leo will bo present, and favored the ladies The Latest Style, iViwst and Cheapby at least fif- with some nice music. Altogether, elected ver Wise The silver dollar is now worth teen thousand majority. Tho en- the "Missionary Tea" was a deci- - but 79 cents in gold. Elizabeth-tow- n est Ladies and Misers (Jloaks, at $eptl-- t J. AMBEIiG'U SONS. thusiasm is said to surpass any- ded success. X NOW8. thing witnessed in the State since now is it then that the silver ESurUngnmo, the has T AVrtat Cnu Tie Dour. tho war. Ldo'lar will buy as many pounds of established a reputation an a ekillful workBy trying again and kcepingnp course The Commissioner of Agriculman jocund to naonu iiihu line, anjLhnn; way be says in his many things seeminslyof impossiblecases of sugar, coffeo, flour, or a& much of dreds fur whom h has 'dene work will evi ture for Kentucky hojKJleea attained. Hundreds monthly crop report: "On the Kirfnov and Liver Comnlaint have been any artielo the merchant has for deuce hia reliability. Call at Moore the whole, the general tone of the' cured by Electric Bitters, after everything sale as the greenback or gold dol- Lan drum's. So, in letters from all Sections Of the! else had been triedcure vuin.you, butdon't lar? Let a merchant undertake A CHOICE lot of Coraod Keel for try lor think there is no SUite is to the effect that the far pound, at and Jji 5o medicine so Electric Bitter?. There is complain of safe, so nure. and so rfectno Blood l'uri to discount the silver dollar, mors 'have little to. MlMK & Suaw's. a. you will sec where the trade goes. as they themselves express it." Ap-peudis havo been shown an advanced copy of tho History of Kentucky, to which thero are many subscribers in this county. The history embraces 21 chapters ami two appendix about C30 pages. Part second embraces a history of tho Purchase, with a sketch of each county, and a biographical department of pioneers' and prominent people of the Pur chase, ana is about ooO pages. The ontirc book has about 1,000 pages, illustrated with numerous engravings of public buildings throughout the State, and historical places ot interest, together with portraits of Clay, Shelby, and Daniel Boone, and a number W'c The im formation, coming from the First Congressional district that candidates for Congress aro already thick, is in tho naturo of a surprise. As long as Oscar Turner was the monarch of all ho surveyed in the old Gibraltar district, aspirants for congressional honors were exceedingly scarce, but Capt. Stone had the uorvo to tacklo the Old Outlaw,5' when all others stood back afraid, and accomplished his defeat. And now comes tho old crowd who.so past political con-dngave Turner the only ground he ever had for success, skulking from behind the bushes, eager to snatch from Stone his richly earned laurels, ore he has had time to take Ids seat in Congress. But Stone should be, and doubtless is, invincible among his people. Owcnsboro Messenger. ct A Woi WorI for Sioe. "" CITY ITEMS. Von cart buy a nice Kid Shoe for $1.00 per "pair. aL 'r Si' . ... fflWffiffi. n n HI B. A T$ PL A na-s-. Tlaut'f, If Q w f tT. MEW Carpets, Oil Cloths and ltugs, very Cheap, at Easra - encsj illll 0 ssii I BUCHANANS. You can buy a nice Alexander kid Glove at Pfaut's, fur 85c and 50e per pair. CAl.EilMSai I Mm jir mm . RV W vgj eijgvgaj A i f JSL.lLi itf i . K Bryan, Brown Shod Ua's Blue To have iVpu call and see our superb stock of Fancy Dry Goods and Ribbon Shoes are the best school Novoltics,Tpn winch we will guarantccjosave yoii " shoes ever put upon the market. Parents will do well to examine them. Have your children wear This largo and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and ar them and your shoe bills will be knowlcdged to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever greatly reduced. They can be brought to this market. jKever in the history of Hickman, have goods found only at II. Buchanan's. been offered at such low prices, Don't buy any others until you have seen the Blue Ribbon Shoes. ill' mmm dj nmi mi -- pu ww . . Am w k m !?. imw uume - .j. s " I a! tea ED M III. . fan -- Aa 61 m. .. I I uo, ... "BIIII IB IU6B BF 1 !!!! ar-ah- al s. - -- cufX-i$WvK$$gio- r Our stqpk of Ladles Dress Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with appro many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with your figuresj them. Io humbug we have the goods, and mean priate Trimmings to match, should bo seen to be appreciated. We have and we'll discount AVc solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is the what we say. our hratisauilto miss ou these eoous most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to 20; size from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all sizes and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children's Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of Boots and Shoes. Bole Agents for the celebcated Douglas Shoe, sold for 3, every pair guaranteed; you can't beat them for 5 or G.-- The Red "Wo taflfring gooiWGnnton Flannels, and yard wide Bleached and, School ilouso Sbeeffot (Jliitdren, from No. 4 to No. 2; can't' be beat; 11 Brown Sccungs at oc pur yard; Best heather lick insr at 15c: A Wool every "pair warra.onorlWwithcallandyou will not regrctit. wiilgive ybui Red awl White Flaiitiels at 20o. We arc prepared to, and fHBY ALWAYS SUIT! P- r -- fsa ii than any other firm in the place. We are ctA,.r- - f .f Footwear in heavy and fino uoods, is complete. Kid for Ladies, to tHc Heavshowin" everything from the finest French iest Bo'otfor Men's wear. Don't do yourself the injustice to overlook this linct ' Plei.13t - -- - . wmim fTrV. mmm mm wm wm , mSs.j,C?C ywsfcv . r-r --,,- S?Hl y Who Made the Laio P)ices? -- xos- nr s, 1 yS,Sr of I t T .. 5 D (! Stl I TTTEannounce t r friendB and the pitliic cenefaliv. thnt so hnri luet .vlrl Y? an tnirniiliaA stock of all 1.7.w1 of Furniture, and solicit the trado of parties wish lujuurv ing to buy. We can ehow all etylea of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine iiw In Men's Youth's and Boys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styles, and leading in low prices. We have everything your heart could desire. The Ladies are invited to call and examine our" Wraps. Otir stock is Gar-- It new, and we are showing all the latest novelties, in short and long VC Wc propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the tlmw. You can ret ommi you need never leave lour houoe to look for theater goods. Ve propose to fell as lots nnv rflntl Vlirnitn attrt Til ho Very respectfully, I has ever been our intention to undersell, and if you will only try us, tlwif orA- limner if ii Will COUVUIUU )UU Liinu " vfa -. v -- T. F. WILBUKN & CO. rooms in nevr Odd Fellows buildinp. 2J3rAll kinds of Repairing dono on sliort nolico, and In a workmanship ptylc. we are prepared to give Bpecial inducements as ii-- n .- JKS.ore Alsd ALESAHDEE -- & MAXWELL. AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. l, Be-,ort- Watch-make- r, SBSI 3 J5 fE3 B arJS" ir f "We are now prcparetl to ofter tlie citizens of Hickman and surround ing country and towns the largest and best v' flP .J" -- &. V f;,$-:- : -- V - Diseases We ioill put a stylish Flat on ynux Tho postoitices in the old Diabetes and allaffections of the Kidneys. A rAiiAGUAra is going the of Stomach and Invaluable in Gibraltar-ar- c being considered in Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficul rounds to the effect that there is and dress yon i one of ottr late style Washington. Several appoint- ties. Large Bottles only GO cts. at Moore not an pauper in the Suits; also fit you with a Custom ments havo been made, vis: Mrs. & Landrum's, Cherokee Nation. This is not un- Made pair of Boots or Shoes, for le:s Lucv A. Johnson, at Benton; usual in new communities. It has money than you think ice can. Come Wickliffo, S, J. Moore; Eddyville, day is lonir been a border custom for and see. The sensation of the J. ASIBEUG'S SoNS. JHiss Sadio Young, and Wingo, J. accident insurance. Go where committees to call on abloibodied sepilUit V. Moore. community, and paupers and invito them to take a yon will in this For sie, we Congressman Campbell, of that's the talk. Last week Ot- trip somewhere. As tho invita A goed portable SAW MILt, 25 horse Ohio, estimates tho vote of that printed tho certificate of Mr. in- tions aro usually accepted such power, and in good conditioa. Also, FOUK to Stato as follows: Hoadly, 3i0,000; to Hertwcck, whoso hand was in i communities are oftan .abloclasa MULES a:"ul Log Wagon ; and 7 Yoke of boHst of immunity from this Oxen, Wftjpjna, Chains?, 4c , complete. For 331,000; Leonard, 30,000. jured in operating a machine Foraker, farther information, apply to or adlrea?, He adds, however, that his esti- tho whgon factory, acknowledging of dependents. , E T. SMITH, , payment of $60, tho pay for mate "is'conjestural and liable to tho augM-1Moscow, Ky. revision tas ho elcctisu approach- six weeks lost time, occasioned by ' ..AtJtl, H. .BUCHANANS , TIT orKuiij- pewp"-es, but is probably not far from said accutent. perfect .fitIf yew vxmt a model fitting Suit of especially those operating ma Stock of Tailor-madthe truth." ting Clothing for Men, Boys and Good Clothm. rtat go- and tec the chinery, or engaged in avocations Tho grocery storeB of F. M. liable "to accidents, should avail Children, is now complete. This stork at J. Ambekcs Sons. Thomas and Fowler & Sons, of themselves of this cheap insu- magnificent line, of Goods is far su- - septll-G- t cer- ncrior to anvthiinr in this part of Falton, wero entered Friday night rance. This week wo publish Carpels aiid Oil Cloths can be bought last, and robbed. From Fowler tificate from Mrs. Oscar Rider, ac- the country and will be sold much very low. Come and see. 82G in money, knowledging receipt of 1,000 & Sons they stole cheaiier than can be found else seytl J. AMUKEti'S SONS, lifrt nolicv. on her late hus where. Call and see these beautiand from Thomas only some brandy is missing. Tho tracks near band, who died from accidental ful Goods before buvinsr and be Choice Family Groceries always on O the store indicate that a man and blood poisoning, while slaughter- convinced. hand, and will sell as low as can be is a woman wero the burglars. t ing a beef. Mr.T. M. French bought in any martot. solid, The indications are that the the Agent, and represents compaThe jury in the case of Chesley septll-Q- t J. AMBERG'S SONS- Oliambors, on trial at Bloomiugton, state Equalization law will bo re prompt paying lair dealing S'oi-- P.ca!. Ind., charged with tho Monon expealed. The main objection is nies. press robbery' failed to agree on a The splended store room on Clinton that while it makes an arbitrary Accident Policy 1'ata. and uncertain enualization of tax- vordict. The jury stood six for street, lately occupied by Alexander & 4T"i 4.j ?l MMflin tlirh 4..- - .n c cwrrtl Thi3 is to certify that I have thia day years' Maxwell, dry goods merchant, tois for rent, the conviction and fourteen Applv nf dollars annually, and in Trtrolpr'a T. M. Vrftneh. Acent ofHart imprisonment and six for acquit- on reasonable terms. E. T. GARDNER. , thousand Tnniiranea Comnanv of rev- ford, Conn., a check on the 4th National tal. v mo sense increases tho Stato able-bodied -- fier. " Electri: Bitter will cure Dyspepsia, We .will sell for the next 30 days, FOR CASH, our entire stock, of IHlar&w&ro, Tmwara, Glassware, WoodenWChro, 5to., FPPll w - Site. 3S Heating Stoves, 25 Cook Stoves, 1 Buckeye I'orce rump, 9i Doz. Axes, 2 Cows, Spring Wagon, 2 Horses, 13 Clocks, 1 Dwelling House CLOAKS, 2 Business Houses, New Wagon, All will be sold at cost and less. Ve have taken great pains in selecting ever placed on our counters. our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, we 81 Kegs Kails. can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladies to 27 Sugar Kettles, see our stock of . i feh. JERSE-lS- , bit: d i qaara ISTJsrj W- DRESS GOODS, and the late novelties in - 3t ts? "tlsS 'cuaaS TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, NECKWEAR. All goods as represented. fit '&- SAT.SKDAY NIGHT OR FEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." 2t , . , 1 - J. W. COEMAN & CO, Cail and see them. e, - Alltporsoiis indebted to above firm must settle at once, or the claims in the hands of an oiliccr for collection. will 1 J. W. C. & CO. 'sept'i J. ALIBEEG'S SOiSTS. 4f i ac-piiio- nt J. W. COWGILL. tffiiajj ESS l-- DEAIiBlt IN 11 tPruss es AND isa DRTJGrS, PATENT -- re-- ;i CBttO. 5( a , policy full payment of an ln..M.i....l1.t t1.;ia AfT. Tnn. by my late husband,accident Ilyder. taken The tva Neck-Wea- r, Oscar jnurpuey was uuuuuuguiiibkuiiQj, Htia Nqin.iFithmit nnv fmiitv or GXI "1 w .fciTT Urink of Now York, for f 1.000, it being in "",""'".,::.", An-dertO- display of Hosiery, Gloves, MUSE h ort"ikuw"'j " mm T"Hi 'P- - J" w nf Bu'rlinganic, is locaninmmKnr in; the Traveler a JnauranotTTilnr-hrms'D TDILETKRT bave seriously wounded Air. The " KtSWa ?5? !wild?riticrlihLvnrifitVi:uid nlefanee. ted permanently in Ilickmau; and if he --aifHtHT .. Gee had not the ball struck Comnanv to Septr30; 18S5. m' jmz o 1 watch, Lsv & and tho prices are ridiculously, low fixes your reliability6f always at home to button on his pants which made rance. This TENNESSEE KIDER, prove'tho his wdrk. &"c. , &C., &,the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate BS"LOW PRICES is &c, &c. only made the ball.glanco off and Don't fail to see this elegant line" Obion county, Tonn. witlinvtk:lass Goods. This is the point and escence of thi- - discourse. ft slight flesh wound. It was a before buying. i t 0 l .tIJ kinds of Disinfectants Chlorideof ana muses norsc sense instead oi mere it mowing a uout it. jf ernaps you Mtrrow escape, as the ball would The feeling among white minors Lime, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, "Prescriptioia filled at any hour, day or night Ring night bell after 10 o'clock knowjat good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you don't; if you want P. M. kavo entered his bowels and per- ajrainst tho Chineso in tho far It is believed by tho Signal Chloride ot Soda. For sale at Dnlg Store". the call and I will show you. me a COWCULL'S haps proved dangerous. West continues sullen, strong and Service authorities that it will Diamond Sewing Machine, the dangerous. Even the seyerc and soon bo practicable to send out I am also agent for the Don't forget that Salmon's & Haas ladies friend. almost universal condemnation of trustworthy warnings to localities A new rival of Sam Jones' is Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to massacro of Celestials N. B.-- I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duthe electric evangelist, Mrs. Maria the cruelSpring, three weeks ago about to be visited by tornadoes Btop the Cholera among hogs and keep mtnitt3A HvHift jHb mJHBLv Sr KUN HlT K3 jHBC Jff?wlk time to have necessary precau- them from taking it, or money refunded, plicate E3TL0 W RRICES.-&- 1 in Customers politely served on short noWoodworth. Through much suf- at Rock has not awed it into subjection. tions taken against them. by fering and dire affliction she has .. tice. Store across the street from Holcombc's new drug store. spirit prevails in J. W.LUWUlLib, druggist. Respectfully, been impelled to religious work. Tho and Caps, at Ladies Seal-fIn addition to the magnetic influ- Wyoming, Montana,in Oregon coal aA.PwD2S5"EK. and every Important to SIiEppcrn una H. Buchanan's. ence which most women possess Washington, in The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarchouse bf Farmers. camp she is endowed with great electri- miming miners these territories arc organizing to MUSE & SHAW announce to the public cal and healing powers. She puts tho whito H. BLTCrlANAN that they arc prepared to handle any and drive out tho Mongolians. many of her hearers into trances, $ Has fitted up a nice room for his all kinds of produce for shipment by river .! liln. iui iii;uuuuuuiuu IVvn. Keeping mem in il or rail, special attention given to inc hours or days, in which stato they BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LADIES Cloaks and Wraps, for Ladies and shipment of fruits. All business entrusted Has a splendid stock of the Very best makes of all kinds of Hardware He cordially invites the to their care will have prompt attention. Misses. see visions and dream dreams. which are olfcrcd at MOLLIE JUDGE announce! that Will keep She is evidently the coming reli- MISS Fall and Winter stock of Milli- Ladies of Hickman and surround- on hand. plenty of barrels and fruit boxes gious wonder of the ago. nery Gapds, Novelties, and Notions, is"now ing country to call and examine open and ready for inspection and sale. this superb and elegant line of Rus"r Do vou want a THRESHING MAA LADY acting aR sheriff of Green Miss Judge is a young lady of rare taste SUCCESSORS TO Co. Ind. has posted the following and experience, and will no doubt, this sian Circulars, .Newmarkets, Jack- CHINE, SAW .MILL, STEAM ENGINE, They are SOKGIIUM MILL, COITON GIN, CORN notice: season a she has in the past, fascinate the ets, &c, before buying. and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed .W T. 3?. EOiRTTjnSTE & COMJPA-ISrif- f . ner exquis- the most elegant fitting Garments CRUSHER, or anything in the machinery "No admittance to seo prisoners. ladies ol tins community wim be exactly as represented. line? If you do, go to MUSE & SHAW of ite There is too much responsibility and selections work.goods, and hor tasteful in this section of country and will and set their prices. They Pre agents for and most artistic to fashionable styles andThe latest goods have be sold at prices to suit the times. the Kiugsland, Fergusou & Co'?, Machineattached to their grades of DEUGS.MEDICINES.IPOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. ry and Mill Supplies. permit indiscriminate visiting. I been purchased, and prices marked down Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS XAKKIEI), have my household work to do and to the lowest possible figures. Willi many STTNTrRTRS PAT'VTS. Otfi?. ( JRiicKleii'M Arnica Snlvc. at the ISichols iiouso, ou--f ' this citv, AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. 1 havo no time to staud guard thanks forispast favors, a share of public In4th inst., Mr. E. L. Barnes to 2lis3 The Best Salve m the world for Cats, solicited. the patronage .s, when parties corao to see prisoners. WINES AN'D LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Mattie Upton. And they do not care to bo seen. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, The bc3t roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed V COLORED. K. L. MOORE can be found at Dr. FA RlS' Office, to attend night calls at Mootc'& W. A. M CHSOJ2-- Seiaiisit, , not intrude." uonv?, ana an sum eruptions, anil posi ". Please do The attention of builders especially desired as this house will givespe '" On Sept, 30, Polk Upshaw to Mrs. Mar- tively cures Piles, or no pav required. "VVHl It; Lanorums. be at Hickman next Monda"jvTues-da- y cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. Tite Louisville Post says the i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, and Wednesday. Cannot stayslonger. tha Smith. Barber to Martha or money refunded. will begin in Ken- All parties wishing dental work dofwill 25 cents per Price shooting season On Sent. 80. Jordan 3T. V A. 11 HBKlfiyAJiJLI'l.-..t- . box. For Sale at MOOKE & tho"20th of October." please call at uiyuiEcu.at Lacledetllousc. Lauderdale. tucky on "f Vtf.fv 3K B Witcli-raakor, ,n,l Handkerchiefs, Ladies for $7.50.-- ' raps?&c.,.at thepop- - TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the claim with the proof is a more difiicult matter. None of my would-b- e rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the besfcVNot this evening, some other evening," is what they say when askcdtqjgivti any solid rcas'on for their claim, that they keep "the best" & SHAW are selling No. 10 TLOWS gobds. (This is a good way for people whd keep inferior goods and wish BEND CHILLED tomakefthem go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Now is tho timo to buy. Muse & MEDICINES! -- NEW HOME Atdominal Scoris SEWIKG MACHINES I?.IxSTT S A.2sri; .fe A.2STID Shaw. V V - v w, B 1 BHHMHM aux jm. BVB MMBaaBHMMnaMM jl ' "WS m 5. "! - , 1 - 1 . - Hffcrrjtjit Jl" B? JFul-tonia- n. tes-giv- light-runni- ng - anti-Chincs- o ur E. T. X Moon Ludnio. , ON safe-keepin- g RO . FIN6. , j LAND-RUM- PSESGEIPTIONS K- SIPECIA.LT .. A"' ' i y X: ' 'i-- i" 3 rAk-r- X 1 tv f -- - ' 1 ?' ? k r V. itap - na. T , , w rA j!,1sv;"Jv;tivr'- - r BVwp ? l HiHtPia! Sss&J Sll2 H) (Ml w M to? pmI Igps wsp m "sir ' Pi ill $ r si Iri ."f'' all former purchases in quality, price and style. Waiting or lias now received his full stock of fALL AND WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete in all departments . These Goods were bought before the late Dig Goods and will he sold at lower prices than can he found at any other house in this section ot country. He has completely outdone Eise in prices, and they are all first-la-ss Recollect this house dtscoutns all advertised prices. tw v t si J wav . r,.L OUR CAPT. STONE, Corn. for THE ORB&bS COVSISB. 4taid" to cducato foreign outside Silver, Wheat, Cotton and ownis a nico our An Eastern paper which takes piece of sweet scented) folb of tho view that gold ought to bo In Washington Looking after generation tho worst D- - G. PARK, In reply to tho Ilickman Cou- a call willsort! SText for money tho only metal money of tho countiie Interest ot His Con come up fedrier's desire to know some of tho try thinks it "absurd" for tho stituents. legislation to feed fcraORMHY A-- 3U.W, changes which ought to bo mado through Federal childront"fj0l"s eral government to "furnish tho or clothe our in tlto constitution, we mention a silver mino operators and specu- Telegram to tho Comtocrciul. - - AT. SIAY FIELD, I forbidding local or special villo Democrat. Tclause Rcpre- lators with a snroand instant marWashington, Oct. private legislation. Thore should And if your children o naked ket for all tho silver bullion they sentative Stone, of the First lis- - IH Active Practice JUnccWar:li,lS77. uo no special privileges granted, and fltarrinir it wiS notiisnU you jian dig and smelt, and rako aud .tnetjoulyontucky, is here to spe WILL practice in allhejconnties of the and the doctrlu of equal rights: iSThaHdteJusjMIieB? rkeudi8orapji;'xidif'aUd8:l a,fowilav8Tinwtho Interest of? tale Courts ot Kentucky. wapwllei,'u ;r; im sfionld bo madopiivucgcd class- clotlunzSoSlom? 1tontricky "There is up inoro reason why the constituents. Ho is undcmonstiM aeptlS-l- y called upon tivo in his movements, and es efFectivo. All - government should bo kinds of bnsinoss should bo placed stands oth in the acoro of illitera- to buy and pay for cash down on difficult, therefore, to ascertain under general laws. We mention cy hcr ohildrf' "waKCu ana sinr-- sight all tho silver producod in the special points at which heiis T. TYLER tliis in order to hear his objection Vina for t' Jack Ins education, tho United States than there is drivincr. Tho it. Paducah Kows. why it should buy and pay for on j district are evidently in his mind ; ATTORNEYS AT LAW, all this se'tiuiontality of presentation aud domaud tho j mid sovoral other appointments The above is tho reply to tho manliness," appears like IIICKJIA A', - - - KENTUCKY. whole annual production Courier's inquiry asking the humor of tho grim. sort. Tho or cotton, corn or " or wucat of a general character will receiver nnrlLL attend to all business entrusted his attention. Already tho 20 vs to name somo of the "in same assumed "self-respeand It Is astonishing what an amount General, with whom Mr. Yv lo tlieir core. sufferable ovils" from tho present manliness" wonld destroy tho of isrnoranco is iut forth on this Stone has had a conference, 1ms Otftco Furniture Factory. nov8.'78 s Eastern sent to tho President a recomconstitution snch as should impel present free school system of, subject in somo n people to revolution. For reply, Kentucky, for more than ono half papers. U p to tnirieon years ago, mendation of Mr. Dudley for the wo say that, tho grievance named tho counties draw moro money tho federal government actually postmastership at Princeton, and C. L. itdid "furnish to tho silver mino opfew days tho is clearly remediable by each Leg- from tho school fund than they erators and speculators a sure and in a will be made. appointment ATTORNEY AT LAW There are good self prohibiting or restricting pay into it. Puck-ott- , islature, instant market for all the silver reasons for saying that Mr. Collector, Roal Estate Agent the consideration of local bills. Furthermore, tho Federal Gov- bulliou they could dig and smelt, of Lyon county, whoso appliniCKMAN, KY. The fact that Legislatures have ernment freed tho negro and and rake and scrape" aud not a cation for an Indian Inspectorin opposition to ship was filed by Mr. Stone sevVsf Will attend promptly to all busl failed to reflect tho popular will thrust tho duties and responsibil- word was heard the federal gov- eral months ago, will in a short nces entrusted him in Southwcsteri it. And further, by adopting and maintaining such ities of citizenship upon him. ernment is at this day actually while receive an appointment from Kcntuc-- )' and Northwestern Tennessee when tho whites of tho South to a rule, is no encouragement to the were poor and already burdened "buying and paying for, easily down the Intorior Department. Ho will Special attention gWenthe the in vestiga pwrcbaso Land titles, and in not get an Indian Inspectorship, lion of Ileal Estate. voter to believe that a questiona- with taxes, and the colored people on sight," all tho gnld produced fjan8 aalc of bly called sovereignty convention ignorant aud uneducated, and as the United States and not a word but something else he may like in opposition to this. ovon better. .Mr. Goo. Warren would apply tho remedy. The an act of justice both to the is heard is silly to class gold and sil- will bo appointed postmaster at It A.. A.. blacks of great cxponso of so much local whites and government the South, ver with such commodities as Hickman. He is the well known ought to tho federal PHYS1CAN AUD SURUEON, legislation is a griovanconpon the assume a portion of tho burden wheat, cotton and iron. They are editor of tho nickman Courier, KENTUCKY peoplo, but tho present constitu- in educating these colored peo- commodities, indeed, but they aro and is tho cleverest man of his HICKMAN, something more; they aro money inches in Kentucky. If the Padii-ca- h FF2HS his Professional Services to not impose it, or pre- ple. tion does tho oitiiens of iliokman and vicinity. peoplo can como to a concluthe established money of tho vent the application of a remedy; country. This is a pccnlir prop- sion in regard to the postmaster-shi- p janl'j-8- 0 Every community should do and henco is not an evil of the certain things commodity there and will then comply for itself or not erty which no other into call itself a community. Among possesses. The government does with tho requirements ot tho Denature to drivo a people changing their form of govern- tho first and simplest of these not have its own elevators for tho partment, they can havo a now and corn, nor shall be whether DRALEK .V ment by forco or revolution, roint things is to educate its own chil- storage of wheat for ginning cot- postmaster, or not. ho Mr. Wilcox its own dren as well to feed and clotho us to some ovils that tho preseut them. ton, nor its own furnaces for moltLouisvillo Democrat- imposes, Axes upon constitution ing iron; but it does have its own Ja jLulicCoiuaty. If each community should cdu- assay ofiiccs for testing the fineASD ALSO. tho people, and not to li. cato its own children, then why ness of gold and silver, and its JacLenn DUl'flti Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and nll'kind acts of Legislatures, or erroneous not each individual, . M. "R. W. Fnnrrr n- vnnnn- mau bar ! cri each family, own mints for weighing, molting, who was born and raised " this of Hailing Tackle and Supplier, at a gen in gain. Groceries and Family Supplied decisions of courts. When you do as much for its own? If this inixincr and comins uiuiu nun county and whose mother and erally. name evils fixed upon us by the specific size and weight theory be right, then the free pieces ofperemptorily forbids all r relatives .live about 0 miles present constitution, then an insystem in Uiis; State, in any other ncrsons to do this : tho work j East of here, was lulled by a Mr. Saddlery arid Harness telligent people can see some cer- school j Hayes in Lako county Monday of other State, and in all countries, is a function of sovereignty which tain promise of relief by destroying in wrong. it roKorvoK to itself. This miikes last week, l'Ogg had been worktlIo"iiIStruinbTit that imposes sneli an important difference between fAK 11100, OC evils, throwing off tho yoke rev- al aid to education" yonloppose gold and silver and all other com- mill. IIo quit workand in making PLUM MLR a tjciuumuui a ui.spuiu arose, liuj v the system of freo sclioolfin gen- modities. olution. When yon do thi3, you called Fogg a liar and tho latter Jachson St., opposite Courier Office why not como out and say will find tbo people quick to see eral, - - - K Y. HICKMAN, knocked him down with apiece so 7 CJiilncse L1rt:iipeUUon any danger to lifo, liberty, or tho of scantling. Fogg lot Hayes up A WELL selected stock of Saddle and Laramie, Wy., Sopt.25.-Ther- o and turning his back to him said J Harness. New work made to order. pursuit of happiness. Point out "TJiePacrcItJise." is considerable excitement m this ho did not want any dilllculty aud I'roinnt attention given to consti- From WayflolJ Monitor. such evils and tho present territory in regard to the Chinese started off when Hayes picked up tution will be but a ropo of sand Under tho above head, Mr. War- labor problem. Tho Union Pacific tho scantling and struck Fogg on K 1' A R N G before, the mighty voice of an ren, of the Hickman Courier, some railwav has been importing the tho back of his head knocking him of any kind. He lias secured the ficrvicefl aroused people. But, to resort to time ago gavo a portion of the Chinamen and omploying them in down and beat his brains out. of that well known and excellent workhistory Farrifu, which itfelf the coal the extreme act of destroying the uncompiled has since of this sec- ancLAlma, mines inat Kock bpnngs Several witnesses standing near, man, Uncle Bobgood and faithfulofwork. is a guarantee of been copied and tho maintenance saw the bloody deed. tion, which constitution of i State, such as is bj several papers, and which con- of roadway, with the sole object Tho news was telegraphed here anr24 o inherent in a free people to tained au erroneous dato given by of reducing the wages of tho men and Mr. A. D Fogg, a brother of must the Courier, viz : that in tho year heretofore employed in those ca tho murdered man went to Lake their liberties, there Special JVotlco. bo causes to incite and justify 1S2S Gen. Jackson purchased this pacities. These men have already county and had Hayes arrested and All persona indebted to the firm of Don from tho In- been reduced to such low rate of tried beforo a magistrato at durant & Drewry, will please come forward Biich popular will, and not whims, portion of Kentucky dians. The purchase was comple- oav as to barely allow them to Saturday. Ho was at an early day, and make pettleinent. desires for change, or mere ojrin- - ted by Jackson in ISIS, and not support their families, without required lastgive a $1,000 bond but Office at R. Collins' drug storo Alexander to old stand. that beneficial changes would in 1S2S. Thero was a gentleman civinc their children reasonable when Mr. Fogg left Sunday had & Maxwell'BONDURANT & DREWKY. bo mado. If revolutions aro to from Kentucky, Mr. Dana, as we educational opportunities, me not succeeded in giving it. Fogg, Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. bo rocoguized en such pretexts, remember, associated with Jack- comnanv has adopted a system of who was killed, boro tho reputa1S2S the thou the constitution of a State son. Long before was knownCou- reducing tne lorce oi wiiuo niuor tion of a sober, honest and hard- HOW TO SAVE rier's own place IvJONEY as ers, and then replacing it with working young mau. will have no more forco or signifi- Mill's Point, being tho place where Mongols, thus securing a inajumy We are Wholesale Headquarters for al cance, and be no more lasting than a gentleman of that name lived, of these heathens who work at It is a fact of great significance grades of the mero acts of a Legislature. and from which he shipped the such terms as may bo offered that Gen. Grant, in all his lato reTho Courier is willing to take produce of tho country coon them, and then give the white la- ferences to tho great struggle in CHEfflS, SMOSIKfi TOBACCO and CKA&S wild turkeys to their the chances on a properly assem- skins and In 1S19 HendersonNew borers to their only alternative to which ho played so conspicuous, and will job to dealers only at Factory terms or get out to be- como Orleaus. bled constitutional convention, gan to sectionizo the Purchase, make room for other foreign cheap honorable and successful a part, prices; also the calls civil war." A few aud has always so voted, but we and it is a tradition that whisky lfihor. The Chinaman does not ycars it "tho was tho habit of all Dental Scotch and Superior Scotch Sau, ago it do not believe that tho grievances was worth only 37 1--2 cents per ston bore, but ho underbids do other prominent leaders of Gen. the best in the market. We also keep liavo reached that magnitude to gallon then, and that the haud of mestic labor, and is now monopo-H'inr- r Grant's party to speak of it as constantly on hand a choice selection nositions as cooks, cham "tho great rebellion," and of tbo of the rectifier had never been seen. justify tho extreme resort to rev- As a consequenco Mr. Henderson bermaids and washermen. FAMILY GROCERIES, Southern partioipautsin it as "rebCONFECTIONERIES, olution. aud his emploj'cs left many crookhabit, els" and "traitors;" and this AND FKUIT9, tho 2few York though yielding perceptibly to a ed lines marked across the conn-trThe opposition of very low for the cash As early, possibly, as 1S17 Staats Zcitung to the Democratic gentler spirit, has not gone entire- which we will Fell And such limitation on tho nat thero wero somo whito settlers at ticket in that State i3 the most ly out of fashion yet. Gon. Grant 'Please call and see us. ural as well as the expressed right IFIIQUA&DcIJOW. to chancre tho fnnihunp.iitiil luw tho chalk or red banks, on tlto menacing indication tho ticket has did not use thoso terms in his forbids practically any change, Mississippi river, where the ambi- yet encountered. If Gov. Hill later writings and speeches; h? &8 iiiakes such limitation void. In tious little village of Columbus wero cordially supported by tho spoko of tho struggle as a civil LOWER and LOWER. fcWt wrds, section 12 is an un- - now is. In 1819 or 1820 tho first united party the opposition of the war, and ho called tho Southerner! Groceries bams, aides, &c. part "drtue, consti- - court west of tho Tennessee river mugwumps might be laughed at. "confederates," and not "rcbels;'i na AUkindsa of rnpnnl Will not be oknnn n Inn :waa,held at Columbus.. Inl82L TkcDeuiocrats have carried the and thero is not a doubt that liisjer30d JOHN WlTTiNQ. ttion. fPadacsk Uews. J?ij"- il. .!.. .llOiti- . .. ..! VWMjIUUriLjHIUU J.U13 ltlHUlJWU.IOmiUimiUl,auu ,s. i. ii, nrrn not fill i tk aBeerous poinl eftprtal of tTnTFurchaseRwtsioca- - Republicansand they..,...." do thoughtful example will boriraitat-- ; might aim in ed throughout .! Jft.vlMdiMlicMoniiig. drives fcvm. T.. IQ.t Ar.,f!1.1 MilO w. ! it now. But tho Staats Zeitung a fow years tho tho isortn, cntirelyj Commissioner's Sale. words will .LlliIYUUlU Xll ico jr?T1tioni8t i. e. that a section a place and a name. Wilmington, is the organ of tho Gorman Dem- disappear. Fnlton Circuit Court, Kentucky. on tho site of which no stouo is ocrats, and if its opposition shall Mir tin Chambers, Plaintiff, unconstitution f tho constitution is 0 against of estranging tho New nAMrsniRE recently pass 'JbS; al. The section guard b against unturned by the plowshare, was havovotes effect tho ticket the deA. AYilson, Adm'r, Deft from onco the capital of McCracken, policy bill regarding'1 spasmodic, whimsical changes, but but in 183G Paducah was located fection may prove fatal. Demo- ed a valued fire insurance. As a result every 3STy virtue of a judgment and order of lays down regular methods by at tho confluence of tho Labcllo crats outside of Xow York, with outsido insurance company with- BalC 01 Uie r uuou vjitmfc uuuii, icuu eiuu August term thereof, 1885, in the which tho voice of the peoplo and Tennessee rivers.iind is now ono consent, wish to soo Gov. drew its agencies. There is about al the cause, for the sum of three hundred abore say be ssrety ascertained. When- the queou city of the Purchase. Hill and tho whole ticket w Itli $60,000,000 of insuranco carried and eigty-fiT- e dollars and forty-fiv- e cents6 If Brother Warren wants us to him elected. thero by outsido companies, which ($385.46), with interest at the rate ofof e ever the people of Kentucky say moro ho must promise to pur- is now expiring at the rate of 1,000 per cent, per annum from the 28th day convinced that this section, cuustt our uisiory. August, Mrs. Mary Eelle Tuckee, of policies a week, aud will all expire herein, I18S5, until paid,toand $43.75 costs offer for sale shall proceed recently tried within tho year, none of which or auy other section, is contrary Perrin's new history of Ken- Mason county, was tho charge of at the court bouse door, in Hickman, Ky., and acquitted of to their inherent rights as free tucky and the will be renowed. to tho highest bidder, at Public Auction, "Purchase," sots it ninrderiug Jicr husband. Last on Monday, the ltn aay oi uciooer, will go to tho polls in down men, they thai Gen. Jackson made the Thursday she shot hcrself; and it 18S5i at on0 o'clock, p. m., or thereaboutg, sufficient power to destroy it. purchase Isiuvr York seems to bo stuck, (being County Court day), upon a credit of this territory from the is believed that she will die. Sha The trouble is that, the frieuds of Chickasaw decision of tho as it were, on buchclor governors. of six montb9, the following described City lot No. G9 on tho Indians in 1S20, and has reversed "tho which acquitted Samuel J. Tildeu, who was once property, d a new constitution, havo not court and jury, of Old Hickman, Fulton county, plan that tho price paid therefor was her, by confessing that she killed her povornor, is a bachelor; Keatncky. If said lot does not sell for the people of anv such 620,000 annually ono of her o 0 for 15 ycars, enough to pay said judgment, then I will husband by shooting him. As her great dangers. It may be flatter-la- g is a bachelor; Hill, her 8el lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, S, 40, Gl, to ono Mr. Smith, and $1,150 sho can not be a second time GO and lots Nos. 58, to some to say that the people to one Gen. Peter Croly, making tried for tho same offense, she will present Governor, is a bachelor, KS 67 and r.o in blockr.S3, 107 10S I'M '?f)( r.Q P.l -' nr r.i -- -i " are too ignorant to see and under-taa- 4 the aggregate sum of $303,150. escape punishment upon recove- and ig uow tho Democratic norni-ne- h'J. W. J'i t "" "t ""i200, 207, 20S, 209, ooi 202,203,204,205, and the precnt !Iiopublicaii "10 211, 212, 245, 246, 247 and 248, in the danger,, and hence do Perrin, also, describes the territo- ry. nominee, Davenport, is also a r.iJk 4. and lots Nos. 96,97, 149, 150, 151, ry as embracing portions of "West aet aet, but it is a dangerous in block 6. all of sid lots in East Kentucky and John S. Wise, tho republican bachelor. to go ahead of their will. and says nothingWest Tennessee, candidate for governor of Virginia, Hickman. The Commissioner will only of any portion of In Virginia tho cnthnsiasm for sell so many 8adsaid lots as may be necesof iNorth Mississippi having been and Hon. J. A. Smith, a former rejudgment; or sufficient sary to pay SB5ATO ZEBTJLON B. VANCEOf included in the purchaso though publican but now a supporter of Fit?. Leo is so great that ho is es- (Hereof to produce tho sum of money so Jferth Curelina is opposed to the according to local- - tradition, Ter-rinr- s Mr. Leo, exchanged insults and corted from county to county by ordered to bo made. For the purchaso civil service law, and will vote to history is at' fault on this blows on a train in Virginia Thurs- mounted men numbering from,.100 nrice tho purcnascra, wun npproreu securities, must execute bonds, repeal It. He wants a clean sweep, point. day. Wise struck Smith for in- to 3,000. They lly the U. S. fla aurety or I...I inlorimt. from the dar of cpeeiftlly in the Soath whero many sinuating ho lied, when hostilities and fire artillery frequently all 'tuntilpaid and laving the force and fcatifred witii the infernal car-p"n0,! judgment. Bidders will be Gov. Knott. Iia8,app0itcd J. weri checked by parties present. day. it is saiId that irgima Will! baggers and negroes in Soulo Smith, oficxuUtou, Com- Smith says ho will mako Wise fight come vory near voting this yearjparea to comply promptly with these GEO. WARKEN. ycars old terms, dayfttill hold office, who missioner for .Kentucky to tho him for flitting him or stand brand overy man twenty-on- o Master Commissioner. in her borders. deserve to be kicked out. New Orleans KxtioiitiS'ii ed as a coward. f sepl25 T n7 f- Professional Cards. PH1TZ SFDBTSHEEr AOTM ! BOHR, ' FASHIONABLE m XU fa. ng a SHOP. North "Vet corner of Moscow ' and Tro.ATcnaes, East lfiCSatj9facU6h .April. ( ''' lIickiaaKrnJ guaranteeiPSS".?v GROCKRY--. . tk-- u it-i- s jro nost-oIHoes.i- n K A.&R THE BARTER to his "self-respecte- d MR. 231- Has now in etock all the new improved Breech-LoadiShotguns and Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, "Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats and Helmets, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at aii anu prices tnat win compete witn any otucr my m tne country, examiue before buying. J. H. MONTGOMERY, annoua- pig-iron.- rost-masto- ct BUCHAK"AN" be has opened a" new and fresh supply an sinus oi r amily urocerieb, wnioa ma will sell as low as the lowest. He in re-d- y al all times to exchange Oroceriea at friends and the public tt .' Oxst-clas- cash prices for Butter, Epgs, Chickens, or any kind of marketing that the farmiaf friends may bring in. The higiesS : ket pries always ptitl. li HANDLE, J. M. MONTGOMERY h BRO, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Cald-weli'- s SokQQi 31. Faris & Parker, KENTUCKY STREET, constantly KEEPS sale on hand for ii The Fall Session will commence DR. FAJRIS. MONDAY, AUGUST And Continuing Four Months. 1385, Spring Session Commences HORSES, BUGGIES and nACKS, Hurfng parchased tke'etable, Lorseif and entire outSt of W. B. I'luuioier we propose to continue the business, ad solioit patronage MONDAY. JANUARY Continuing Five Months. 4, 1SSG, , W. Dock-Keeping, DIESTELBEINK F. E. CASE, The course of ntudy. including thorough primary wojk in English branchon, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, IVnmnrwdiip, Music, Drawing and Calisthenics Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of studonu for college, awl young Family space NOtrouble to name all aMlcJca, big M$ to show pootta. andomo and see, fit the corner J Tkor and Moscow Aventro. East illcitnp, Kj c-- men for business gin-hous- es I?Irlcr . Family Groceries; TUITION: Primary I'npila Intermediate Advanced per - oth--aud- it " " month ' vr- ?aoo " 4 00 6 00 PAYABLE MOKTIBLYIK ASVA2;c:K. B. O. irrcKMAKrKr., Aug. 7, 1SS5. OALDWBIt, fAMILY i&ftOCERT C. H. ti)AV15' JiJBSE, All ' 3m kind, or OLD STAKD.) STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES' sunlly kept in & on prices. FANCY CAAVJJSS, CX&XBERRIES, firat-clas- a huuae, w La; CASE & MILLET, f HICKMAN KENTUCKY. MANUFACTURERS 7EM X, MINCB.J1EAA PJCXlSS GRITS EOMINX, I I Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, SSTWill no bo ondersold. Will pay full price for Buttop, Egg 3d 3C $ WJ 35 IS", Sfcj!? &J pre-sorv- FOB r Tip-tonvil- le NASHVILLE, Atlanta, Florida HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO., Chattanooga OP 4tJil .... Talie tne y. Hickman Kentucky. N 6 & St. Tho L Rrj. 'ill Sr1 H TH1E OLD REL!IABLE MtktfI 'AW T - .,;.. FAVORITE. Callfon,nearest -- T DHIIGSJIIMNI, rABffl C CJ S Al TicketAgent, '"i-v ! D1-8TD1- S, 20,-00- 3HC1 3MC -- A IW COMPOUNDED! Or Addressr W. B. JonfN, W. I Pass. Agt., Pallas, Tex., or : & PRESCRIPTIONS CARH FdJ. O. P. &T. A., hrille,Tena, FR17Z. HELLNEB, T. Agi., Hickman. " FAI,EY. . be-con- I WHBH I SAS5T YOUE HOGS WILL IN"STJIIE SAY WBAT I MEAN. SAY AND MEAN WHAT I TOE ONLY SCIENTIFIC SfTIKE REMEDY IS SolJ by all rmrectable Druggists and Gctefsl 8tore-Vecperi. HICKMAN MARBLE WORK S t HICKMAN, KY. Dr. Jos. Haas' Hog and Poultry Remedy. WHAT THE REMEDY "WILL DO. pat yoor hos It will lnere.vw tbeir rietlto. It will It willexpl the poison from their system. It i the only remedj "' rellejeg n Log when mot poIsoncJ. It will etoi congh among Jour hoga. It rppulates the bo'It will nrrest dwenso In every instance. . Tl.n. nOtfnir It (whtbtriliu.ul .. n.i ..111 jauil UiUlVtUJIU .1 . -. . v uu.J nitl ...I - C?.3Ki DEALER TS to-w- it: cou-Tinse- $2,-00- ex-G- in ftne condition. Italian and American Marblb monuments, tomb and gravb STONES. received a fine lot of Ame HAVING Italian Marble, I am pr pared to fill all orders. Call and a ; V'- "i -- --, e, ut .. mEJlmfmSB" tKono Genuino without thU Trde 3larM -- aouuie wo to wrapjKtrs Bowwrc of Imitations clnUuliiKole"h k,H,i,n!i!!, ,,nn" of eamo color, size, aud directions of my well known Jtemwites. WHAT THE REMEDY HAS v r - ' "".-.t. wu,le olM" g"nmS.De. KciucUIc, cnc!oea fa " ar work. Orders from the country promptly f mayJ6 DONE, it for llo ami nl Dr. Jo. Haa1 Kemedy, last can rccotnraos B"" ". nnatl,rco l'nn''rf r prin; out of eight hundred dollars (SO0) worth of or I Iijitb Hog . m-f- c et ! from the nrst day ,T"r,;i: DAr !ojlnK tM Kemedy while Tusr week utino at the . of fedine Ihe Haas Keueut, I HAVE KOT LOST A 1100, in " I0"y have improved right alone ami 5l,fio. K1USK LEE. and 1 am sure it ha artd roe from t lim only cot mo J. lb. fan. 8I2.5U. .25 and 82.50 per box, according w hogn nAA. Jfo., Ji,no 20, 1SS1. lost cnrB cholera. I t" - recon-atmeUe- H For sale by ?ept25.4t J. W. OOWGILL, UickmaB, ivy. -- . w J03.,lIiAS,V.S., Indiananolw. Ind. - ', i. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abon Six Rooms, Two CiB terns, Oood WellSprinc, Stables, Orchard &c Apply to GEO. X. HELM. ' uayllSS5-Ci- u Iliuk&ias, I' lRan OSE Acres, Iy. -- V fz v. - am. -7 - r Fi M l&Jfca . 2 as THE HKKMAH COURIER. Fine Job Printing PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY CKORCE WARREN, HICKMAN.KY. Oflc THE ESTABLISHED BURNED AND MA1NED. Men and lloys Injured hj an Kxplosioii. PiTT.snnr.GH, Pa.. October 2. A battery of boilers in Clarke's Solar Iron Works at Thirty-sixtnnd Smallman streets exploded at o:0T o'clock this morning, with disastrous effects. Seventeen persons were dangerously scalded, three of thm known to bo fatally burned, and some of the others will probably die. Tho men here at work when the explosion occurred. Those who were fatally hurt wire taken to their homes, while others were taken to h, HICKMAJS r.TIio COURIER 9, 1885. executed Wth Neatness and Dispatch. HALE BILLS, BILL-HEADS. BIIVELOPE8, LETTBR-HBADt; HSXVITA-TIOlsrS- Jackson Etrcot, next door to City Hall, OEORGE WARREN, Editor. Oldest Ncvsj)aper postern Ivoiituelry. VOL. ClvIl-Servl- . PBICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, SI.50. ETC.. ETO, XX-S-10- . 1S5.9. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER SITUATION CRITICAL. 1. OAXiXi at-- t sjdxi -- urn- TERJRLBLE ACCIDENT To Robinspn's Circus Train in Min- - Seventeen THE EASTEKX QUESTION. The Powers Notified of Russia's Doairo to Occupy Roumolia. GRANT'S GREATNESS. Conflicting News KczurdiiiR the Itcimiw-ll:- iu u oI f. Five, Employes . cv Killed and Thirty More Injured. ft&J T or St; ?AtJE-MtN- N., October L A terrible fc TP& P. ;tu i -- ' ,uo luiiuus uujuuis. j, biignt re- port followed the explosion and a vast crowd congregated at the mill Dust and ,:;, so disfigured the injure! men thnt I much difficulty was experience! in identl- fyin" theni. The greatest corfusion ex- , l isieu. jueii, women ami ciiiwen rushed frantically about, an tho moms injured mingledliwith the shYits of the trightened ofllco! ?( iOiSUriin: was promptly notiilcd.aad pbycWite and JiSSmjwere hurrMtoUh .renBg abeeni.(NMe en, nfo-n henrtrendiii'T. Otitvr .7, r , J , , "Jt-fceryall of whom were sound asleep, and carneuJ an out, eovereti w nn asues ". ii, d waro of impending danger. The cars and bleeding frtm their wounds, fao which jmd broken loose increased their accident was caused bj-- a rupture of the speed as'" thy npproachel the second or mud drum. Xo theory has yet leen offercage secflon, and probably had ran a mile ed, which would account for the sad catasbefore they struck it. The of the trophe. The injured were found King in rear secrion saw the carsengineer approaching, all positions. Some of. them were so far butouly had time to stop his train be- away from tho battery of the boilers that fore, it struck him. The brakemoa on it seemed impossible that they C1'"1'! the loose cars tried to put on brakes, but have been injured iby the explosion. 1 ho they had difliculty in miming from largo accounted for bov's car to car on account of the wnsrons by thenumber of theyhurt is eroplovw to were fact that which impeded their progress. Had the handle the hoop irom which was rolled on engineer of the rear section had a moment the null nearest the boilers. A patuc ocniorfttime he could have backed his frain curred among the workmen, and there w as and avoided the calamity. But it was a general stampede for the doors; A numtoo late, and tho cars struck his ber were hurt in this wav, beinitcrnshed with tremendous force, throwing three upon in their effort to escape. The in ill is sleepers from the track and smashing them badly damaged. The loss cannot be estibeyond recognition. The result was soon mated at present. ppnrentMoru than a hundred men were .. buried in the debris. The scene can hardly The Debt Statement. bo described. The night was fearfully dark, Washington, D. C. October 1. Tho und the groans of the men were appalliny. The people in the rear section begnn the following is a recapitulation of the debt work of removing the victims, five of statement issued given in the whom were found dead, and uiauv others : wounded and bleeding. Word "was at once dispatched to the city, and a train in Hondsat 4'4 per debt cent hnrgo of Superintendent Vining at once ltonds i hastened to the scene, ami tho dead and ltoiuN at 3 per cont lJ9tt,olVl VO at per cent wounded, were brought here. The work of lfefuding certificates at 4 pcrct removing the men from the debris was a Navy I'enMon lund at 3 pcrct.. 7f,0'0.ft 01 sorry task. A man alive and uninjured Pacific It, It. bonds at 6 per ct was. taken from betweon two dead Principal $iBa,nr.4c oo ones, and it was simply a miracle that he Interest ii;n,;v si escaped. "Wilson, tho watchman, saw that the nccident was inevitable, and he could Total flS.'J'.ei'i K) Live sawl his life by jumping, but he reDoht on which Intcren has fused to1esert his comrades, and lost his ? ceased slnco maturity f3Lfn.3. 'X lriin" to arouse the sleeping men. Principal :w Hjlsoh was torn to pieces, and his mangled interest remains were strewn along the track for r.8 Total $ 4,au,,:i7 some distitjcv. His heart was found on Debt bearintr no iulereM top of a cm. OIil dem'd V r notes S4Cs.hf; no 2US5.(" 00 Certificates of deposit. . -- .. (U 11S.137.TVO Hold certificate? A Singular Chapter of Accidents. S3,(M,71G 00 mivot certltlcates A few days ago Jean Krac'al enrrency, less $s,3"i,i5 . Taiu , October 4. estimated lojtor destroyed.. EJSl.Itt! Coubret, a mason, living at Vallon, near Moulinsyfell from a scaffold and fractured Principal .. . . .. .. It his sgine. his injuries proving fatal. His Total debt, principal 13 Interest brother Tranquile, on returning from the Total Jl,to,:C4,S;i funeral with his Iwother-in-laJail Jet, fell into the Berry canal ami was drowned, I.C ca-- h items available for ilOCT.OTt :o reduction of tho debt brother-in-lathe himself losing his Iifo i.ess reserve redcmiv endeavoring to rescue him. On tho fol- Uon of Unitedneiu tornotes ltAOXVOO 00 States lowing day when the bodies were recovered, tho widow of Jaillet swoonedfaway, S SfOKT.UTl :o Total and falling to the ground fractured her Total debt less availablo cash item . l,Ki3T.l!8 57 skcll. t cash in Treasury .. CW0.105 :) ' Peculiar and Fatal Accident. Debt, less cah in Treasury, Oc- 1 tobcr 1. l.SST, 1,460JCHU; T. T Ck.vtr.vlia, Itif Octaher 4 A littltt "S Jn TtfU'-uvl'abt Kirl, tho daughter of V. Burkley, residing Decrease of debt during the at Sandoval, 111., met her death in a very month as shown by tits peculiar manner. The tonguo of n gang 512,757,? 20 statement plow had been propped up with a stick t'ah in Treasury available reduction of the debt-G- old for tinder the tongue. An iron kettle having held for pold certificates four sharp jointed legs was turned upside nctunlly outstanding .. down. .The child in plaving around the Silver held for silver .certifi-. 5118.137.700 00 concern kicked the prop" from under tho cate actually outtoridinr.. P3,(ry5.71 idnw tongue, which, coming down, caught Unitid Stntes notes .held for her head oil one of the iron legs, which certificates of deposit actual23,1KJ.OCO 00 ly ouetrted her brain and knocked out one Cash out'tandiui; '. held for umturcd debt ye. Tho poor child died in great agony. bfiiJSf'A 71 and interest unpaid L'01 Vi Fractional currency The British at Herat. r St. Peter-sbuhg- , TctaUnvallable for reducOctober 4. A dispatch $ 210,027,0:1 70 tion or tho debt totheA'oroe Vreuyo from Askabad dated Itoservo fund Saturday; says:' "The English have taken Held for redemption of United States notes, acts of January entire possession of Herat, and havo or100,000,OCO 11, 1S7B, July li KS2 dered the inhabitants to quit the town imT'navallablo for reduction of mediately. The inhabitants, angered by thetlcbt: SSJ.Gll.Kt) 79 the action of tho Euslish, havo thrown up Tractlonal silver coin W.Ka 26 Miuorcoin earthworks oppo-it- e the citadel. The English are being stronplv reinforced." This Total $ 24.4.1S.746 OS dispatch is consulend'to be exaggerated. Certificates helil as cash is- .. $."i4.(V7J2jO 00 ti'ed hut not outstanding.. ,0C!J,1CjC 30 Xct cah balance on hand Guilty of Her Husband's Murder.'., X. Y.. October 4. The Little .Falls, Total cnh In Treasury as shown by Treasurer's gentrinl of Ir. Druse for the murder of her eral account ? 4.l,W0,lu7 05 husband chased at Herkimer at 12:30 this The pnyments on account of interest duo w ith a verdict or guiitv of murmorning which to nbout der in the first degree. The murder was on bonds" amount decrease $7,500,000,debt to will of the committed in the town of Warren, on the about reduce the 55,250,000. December last. lth of her husband sho After Mrs. Druso killed cut his Inxly up Accident in New Brunswick. and burned it in the stove. The crime was Bad not delected until about four w eeks after. St. Joiix, N. B., October 2. About 7:30 this morning, as tho express train from An Epidemic of Hydrophobia. Quebec to St. John was approaching Ca" Des Moinks, Ia., October 4. The people naan Station, the second-clasof P.ayard, Guthrie County, are greatly and postal cars were thrown off the track over theravuges of hydrophobia in by a broken rail. The stove in the their midst. A few week's ago a dog went car was upset, aud the car immemad nnd bit a number of cows, the disease diately took fire. The coach was filled with .preadto the horse." and other stock, and chil- now the net loss reported is nine cows, nassentrers. almost nil women andof the dren. For a few min .tes n scene three steers, two colts nnd some other wildest confusion reigned. Women screain-- j yfock. The amount is not definitely ed and fainted, and were trampled upon, known. and even the male passengers lost their heads. A woman named Tucker, of AmArrested for an Old Murder. herst, sustained fatal injuries by the stove Galveston, Tex., October 4. A special falling on her, and an infant received a from Paris, Tex., to the XcfS, says: John frightful gash in the head, from which it the passengers are Alexander, charged with murder in this cannot recover. All of Medical assistance injured more or less. lounty thirty-tw- o vears ago, and who was was sent from Moncton. .gicentlv arrested in Arkansas, arrived here yesterday in charge of oflicers. Alexander's Epidemic father, who wastheprincipal in the killing, .The Small-Po- x was sent to tho Penitentiary for life live Montreal, October 2. It has been " years ago, and died there. .. by the Provincial Board of Health to anl Julfu recommend1rtBatthe.,Iiulian -' iiriTjiorj. ibrcod'on the.varlowPHe?fratlJB(isbalJb. I It has been VUCCUIUICU. auvVjyV Daltos, Ga., October fiilr , raining here bard for several days. The maKlug nouse wbhuso visitations nuinuer entire valley is inundated. Corn and, cott, thousand persons nnd three ton are under water; pumpkins are floating are." being inoculated daily. Official renbout, and people are vacating their houses turns at the Health Office showed small-po.Jo'canoes. Water is all ovrr the branch forty-fou- r in deaths 'prison at Graysville, and convicits are tni3 city yesterday:from in Ste, Jeanne vailing around "nearly to their waists. It Baptisto, threo in Ste.five Cnuesronde. Mr. is still raining, with signs of abatement. Massiah, night editor of the Daily Times, small-po- x this morning, and was died of A Mother Cooks Her Chid. new cases of buried at once. Eighty-fou- r small-po- x were reported For the Ottawa, O.vt., October 4. An unmarried woman, named Paquetta, eighteen years of six days ending Thursday night there oge, was arrested yesterday, charged with were 27C deaths in this city and'sixty-si- x burning her illegitimate "male child.one in the adjoining municipalities. : i day old. She placed the child in a cooking-stovwhero it was partially consumed beThe New Cruisers. ' fore being discovered!. October 2. The special Board of Saval Oflicers appointed by SecHer Fast Nearly Ended. retary Whitney to report plans for armar , N. Y., October 4. Mrs. Bulla, ment of new cruisers, havo submitted the fnstr, who has not tasted food since recommendations for two vessels,Tto cost August 10, is falling, and her pulse is very 51.100,000, capable weak. She sleeps n great portion of the not more than knots per hour.Srith of a speed of eighteen two time. Sho is not expected to live more eight-inc- h guns, besides and eight than two or three days longer. a secondary and smaller battery. For costing not moro than heavv Hog Cholera in Kansas. $520,(H)0 each, a main battery of six h , g T Vcterin-nriaguns," with a rifled Kas., October 4. State Holcombo reports that hog cholera secondary battery, is recommended; for costing not moro than prevails hi between thirty and forty coun- eight g h rifled ties in Kansas and largo uumbers of the $275,000, four guns and a secondary battery. animals are dyiu j of the disease. s 1 ot-thir!s -- sevenaailfiKvest of tbere, this morning, by which live men lost thoir lives ami thirty or fortvi more wero morn or less iti- Jured.JohiUlobTnsou'a show left Wahpeton, JJakfor this place, in two sections. When iiuh-'01 x'ergns pans, near a ""i" cuinut luaou. nameu xreucn, tno ueau or uaggage..section broke in two Jwhile going up, heavy grade, and ten or twelve cars cjrent ? flying back at a terribln rnto. "branchof tho Northern Pacific Railroad, ccident, happened oa the Fergus Falls London, October 1. Tho Times' correspondent at Constantinople thus summarizes Turkey's position: "Turkey has no army ready to march, no stores, no monoy Tlio Vortc Warned to Vay UP Certain Iu- ileiiinity Warlike I ntlcutl4" I'ncrtasing. in tho Treasury, no administrative energy. She must submit to the inevitable," The Powers have resolved to compensate Ser via CoNhTANTiNOPLE,Octobcr5. The intimaif tho Porte accepts tho union between Bultion that Russia will claim tho right t garia and Houmelin. Constantinople, October 1. Tho Am- occupy Bulgaria and Enst Roumelia has been promptly followed by a formal notifibassadors met y to consider the Question at the residence of Count cation to the Powers. The claim is based Corti, tho Italian Ambassador, but adjourned without transacting any business on tho military condition with Turkey and tho treaty of Berlin, and sets forth of an important nature, several of the Ambassadors having not yet received formal that Russia is eutitKd to act as the agent instructions from their respective Governof Europe, as well ns for her own security. ments. Tho Porte has sent a circular to No serious objection would be offered to a the Powers, protesting ngainst tho recent j"int European occupation. Under the conaction of Princo Alexander in disarming vention lnrgo revenues wero hypoth tho Mussulman Inhabitants of lloumeliu. Viexsa. October 1. Tho opinion cnins ecated for tho payment of the grpuiidtbal.theJlouinelian crisis is extend-'mgrr'an- rt war indemnity. Ihe payments havo that unless the" Powers intervene leen m arrears lor tno pasc tnceqsetIJvenlr,s. to-daBou-nieh. itomWn$fbbTre f ". f- ;"-e- action of sunnlles"!n tho event of a war with Bulgaria, has issued an order prohibiting tho exportation of cereals. Piiilippopolis October 1. Prince Alexander is actively engaged in pushing forward, measures for defense. Bulgarian tr ops from Soiln are taking the places of th volunteers who have gone to tho imntier. All the strategic position-- , and pusses are being rapidly fortified anil the military posts are being greatly strengthened. 1. The says Bus-si- a has decided to recoguize the union of Bulgaria and Bonmelia, that Germany offers no opposition to tho union.and Austria makes tho compensation of Servia and Greeco the condition of her assent. havo Pakis. October 7iw co-pi- ne to-da- new-for- Jmeros-t-boanii- J Vi-- e nt! -- leiral-tende- ! j I f I w N't-- ... ........ ! CO The Pennslvania Aerolite. Pa.. October 1. The aerolite, or meteoric stone, which is supposed to have caused tho loud detonations henrd throughout the greater part of Washington and Allegheny Counties on Saturday last, fell upon the farm of Mr. Buckland. in Jefferson Township, near tho West Virginia line, instead of Cecil, as reported in some papers. Ellis Jones, w ho car is the mail north of this placo. witnessed tho fiery rrenture in its flight through the heavens. He said he never beheld a more imor pressive scene. His horse suddenly stopped, and he heard n noise as if the winds were rushing onward with great violence. Looking up he saw moving high above him with incrcdiblo velocity a huge mass, which he describes as resembling a creat coal of fire as largo as tho largest barn he ever saw. Then appeared to lw attached to it an immenso of a deeper color than the coal, which tapered off into a dark tail with a sinuous trace. All in a moment. Mr. .Toms states, tho noise e which accompanied it ceased: the appearance, the flame and tho black tail disappeared, and in thoir stead tho stone assumed a whitish hue, which it retained until it paed out of sight. His hors was so fri?htoued that it took several minute-- of vigorous application of tho w hip liotoro the animal coul i I pursuaded to move. He afterwards saw th stone when it was still hot. When the stone lit it broke into three pieces, but did not penetrate tho earth to such a pleat depth as of the body already stated, as of it is above ground. It is grayish in color, w ith a tendency to red in streaks. Is irregular in form, and at Ieat thirty feet square, although nt some places its dimensions are fifty feet sqnare. Consternation ized uiion the people w ho beheld it in its i ir, xinij thoso of a ifu'dt through tb nature thought It lndened with portends diro and awful, and that the spirit which causes war, peftdenco and famine pervaded the fiery visitor. A creat number of people have gone to see tho wonder. Measures should have been taken early to preserve the stone intact. Up to this time the relic hunters have done remarkably well in carrying away souvenirs. CLAYbViLLE, nw-fu- Tho trensury is empty, and the taxes ore insufficient for tho daily expenditures. The Russian note warns tin Porte that a satisfactory settle ment must bo made, or material guaranteo will be seized; which myitis, in plain words, n military occupation hi force of Ambassadors The Turkish territory. Rusdiscuss will of the Powers' Warlike sia's claims in Bulgaria and Roumelia is nnd advantage Is being taken on both sides of tho interval allowed by the conference nt this capital to hurry fofuard men and material to tho garrisons on tho frontier. Rumors of lighting at the front are again iu circulation, but lack confirmation. The wires are working from Adrinn-aplbut communications with the advanced posts have been cutoff. Tho whole country seems to bo scoured by scouting parties of Bulgarian irregular horse and Servians. Collisions between outposts nro momeutari Iv expected. Strict orders havo been forwarded to tho Turkish commanders to preserve a defensive attitude. vide the large sums due. to-dn- y. ty I5r:at5iwitifra?tf to pro by Porto yet been M i;mK7C, tbo Old Services In the Washington Where tho Dead to Worship. Wasuixqto.y, Oct. in memory ofOeneral Grant were held here last under the auspices of tho local cvcnjn comraalwery of tho Grand Army of tho the Metropolitan Church, at which General (Srant was a regular attendant dur-h'-S i --presidential terms. The auditori-uravme- n Is ono of th largest in the city, a4.?Se(l. Funeral chimes were mug eight o'clock, nnd wero fol nomwJira to ..... . t v lowe vnrn.. ui u. in - uiuuiurv:. I... , ii uv ur. .i.., m.r . f. a ...' i.i.. ,.....-.,Hisbl "-- -: uui.iuiu iiMiurc vi me services tf'iantmg and the singing of war e St. Cecelia Ladies' (marietta ting was called to order bv l)o- Coniiiiander M. M. Brooks, and er by Dr. Huntler. the present the church, General John A. Lo- rator of the occasion, was intro- warmly welcomed. His speech ntly Interrupted by tho plaudits teuce.'. which .,jbrokoioutKt,tho, . Com-wanucr rnoo THE COMMONWEALTH. I.nuUTllIr Leaf Tobacco Market. Dark and heavy styles have ruled strong md full, with prices 'i5ri50c higher. Regie' ityles have been especially brisk, and havt. marked the principal rise, a consequence of aiore general competition nmongthe buyers 3f both leaf ami lugs. Offerings outside of theso categories have been small, with no now features. The abatment of dtgnnnd latterly for Burley tobaccos is due directly to thonegntiveresultof the failure of a strong frost indication, nnd to the continunnco ot term of simply perfect weather for bringing the crop forward successfully through tho It is privately reported that an exceedingly bad break in prices has occurred at Cincinnati, while the dark leaf markets are genernlly strong. We quote 1KS4 tobaccos aa follows for packages: 11 home-stretcfull-weig- ht Lojmn Charcn In Hero Used t Memorial rvice5 k-- " : re-n- a made tho e, l The Montreal Scourge. Montreal. October 5. Tho returns of the Health Office show that there were 07 v. deaths from small-po- x iu the city ou 0 in St. Babtisto. .liuSt. Henri, 3 in Cote St. Louis and in St. ("unegonde. Yesterday there were .VI deaths in the city, 52 in St. .lean Baptist. 1 in Cote St. Lo'ii. an I S in St.Cunegonde. Brunenu,wh . it w ill heremembercd.ran into tho Central Station a few linys ago, and said that some one wns t? ing tokill him.nnd who was afterwards n 1 fire-lik- j taken to the hospital, jumped through a window of the bospit.il last night and ran through tho streets with only his night clothes on. il- ran into a passage and commenced pounding on the dor of a residence. Tho inmates becoming orous"l, went out and gave him a lx ating A eonstnblo soon arrived and produced i light, when to their h rror they saw that the imn was suffering from the small-pox- , ami that their bands w re covered with Llood lrom the pits on hi face. The Medical Health t os ulegrnpbed tor, ami Bruniou was earned Imc-- to the hospital. - Horribly Mangled. two-thir- .JJ5!V,Tto'4,imijiiHr - Cincinnati, Ortoler 5. Last evening a yonug German was run over by a train on theC, II. & D. Rou.l at Brighton Rtntion. He was quickly removed to the hospital, where an examination showed thnt he had sustained a fracture of the skull, that his left leg had b'eii cut off. his ritrht Ifs and intwu.il Injuries WmMtio!itT!swpronounc5a' necessarily fa'al. From letters found in the pocket of deceased his identity was established. He proved to lie John ( Herman, an employ.- of the Hovel JvV heel Company. Hih residence is supposed to 1k in Brvhnt.O., nm. it is thought he whs on his way to work when the accident occurred. to the coiitiaiwlers and the allusions niife conspicuous events in tho story or General Logan's Gneral Grant's career. aldress embodied a recital from the stand point of a personal observer of the milTho itary history of General GranL speaker described the subject of Ins eulogies its aman of great strength of Intellect, re markable common sense, coolness, nnd tenacity ; a true friends to those worthy his fiiendship, and the kindest and best of husbands and fathers. It had been said that he was not a strate-gii- L In the speaker's belief he w.is without a rival either as a strategist or He was greater as a military than Washington, Napoleon, Wellington, Marlboroiiirli, tho Prince of Orange, Frederick, Charlemagne. Hannibal or Scipio Afncauiis, and, in the speaker's belief, coining centuries would give him a rank eipial, if not superior, to that of Julius Ctesir. and when the mists thrown around his dil administration by liarttan enemies should be dispelled it would eipiai administration of the In glcrj anv past Dutv was witii him a living principle. Nothing could swcre him from a course ho belle. ed to be right. Ho was consoientlouN just, truthful, courageous and magnanimous. He stood by his friends and forgave his enemies. He fought not W hen for glory but to save bis country. and censured, when the clouds ot criticised aholt him, he stood with calumny hui fol.lcd arms amid the thunders witnessing the wrath of his enemies, but he spoke not in Ins own defense. Time finally dispelled tho clouds and let in tho sunshine of honest judgment, then his heart was found as puro as thudewdrop which hung upon tho lips of the velvet rose. He believed in the justice of God and that sooner or later He would by souie means guide hint as commander of our armies to tho line where justice would take the place of wrong, and -man's Inhumanity to man" be properly rebuked. "But," continued the speaker, "bis race nas been run. The great and good man went up on the mountain to die. The attention of the who'e civildim-teto that wa ised world spot. His glor was that not of his country alone, but ot the civilized races of man. When the news of his death went trembliug over tho w ires to the uttermost 'arts of the earth the people of tery nation and tongue stood with bowed heads. Grunt had In life ascended to the topmost heights of mortal fame. The greatest renown was his. Tho glory of tho man's shone around and about him. God called lilm, and he stepped from his high pedestal on this earth into the presence of the Great White Throne, where he was crowned with immortal glory, that shineth on forever. coin-maadcoin-lnatder d t,.u,. !.. iuki. 11 musoi " t h O',4voter redlumlea-f.m Trash Common lups Medium hnrs....,....., i .... ........ - Hurley. Darkitml Hraru. -...S3 TMfe 1 00 5 a 't .'fl 4 VSi t 75 ".Vf. a w 0 u SMs T .E .! a . r;si5r?-'lroi3ti- 5 HlTi. f. 00 A ..cr.Ff. e; , e CKW415 t' Good Fancy leaf leaf.... 9 Tfyail 00 ..13 0O5815 CO" i,oosa&x 13 (0 sured that tho political coudition prevailing in tho South is the one that i.i doiug it the most material good and securing for its people tiio greitest measThero aro manypemoprats who do ure of social and political trammUitTnot believe in thVCivH&rvico law, and Exchanqe. Atain. mugwump it is the fashion newspapers to and to WHY THEY ARE TURNED OUT. denounce tlicuayio5atioic There Otllces Under a Democratic Administration Shnntil Itn Tilled by Democrat. arc jut as iuariytacPulicans who do The opposition press will persist in law. not believe in thjs who profess to taking a wrong view of the reason why The be its most elliciegt!friends havo no Republicans are turned out of the Fedfor it YcTO? politicians who eral oflices and Democrats put in their havo been tied' to , active party .service places. A contemporary speaking of It requires the have any faithU" such changes, and assuring that thoy breadth of vievrajid'the wisdom, by the traditions of active havo a partisan y urpose, says that they and oflcusivo partisanship of President "belie the Detnocrat'c professions of Cleveland to brSfu.and sustain a, belief the past ten years, made in dunmincing in the new sviti" of appointments. Republican machine rule aud loudly Everything wiu,wui.o, around right in declaring for reform in the civil servtime. Tae gcjystrfu wlILjako the ice." etc lf the object of.substituting.Repnblio-- nlaco ot tho IkuMP! trie Deajocrats will nfKor be found, to h JKcoutf buted most to nn i3iil .t ?.!- ' iiiUtSurvwcsoaauu .uem c;kuuii.u seuuiu it lL .tata ltcforoi: and n,e" Gratuitous Atltlco Given m m Qril-Scrvico rc-ene- ct nnif.vila.hi.-rirtrnnrte.italuiiai.n- IMPUDENT 'PARTISANS. FST j ?A jSpKp?y' rt -- (!; ."tlMTlluiirou - I CO first-clas- s, 3 ex-rit- ed first-cla- ss I I ! de-"ci- . -- -;- ri.ji.c..1 i U.l- - fifty-eigh- to-d- x I 1 to-da- y. -- e, v Syr-ac-use- six-inc- h gun-boa- ts six-inc- Tor-KKA- u breech-loadin- gun-boat- s, six-inc- breech-loadin- . - Brigandage in Mexico. To Investigate the Cholera. WAsnixoTOx, October 2. The President Laredo, Tex., October 2. Norris & Co., has issued an executive order directing Dr. among tho largest dry goods dealers of E. O. Shakespeare, of Pennsylvania, to New Laredo, Mexico, undertook to transport a large quantity of goods shipped to proceed uudcr the direction of tho Secretary of State as tho representative of the them in bond for Piedras Negras to 'ew United States to Spain and other countries Laredo. Wednesday they found the teamin Europe wher cholera exists, aud make sters belonging to the transport trn in se investigation of the causes, progrees and curely tieil to trees thirty miles north of proper prevention and cure of the disease, New "Laredo, while the most valuable porin ot der that a full report may be made to tion of their goods bad been carried away Congress during the uext session. by robbers. . A Coming Earthquake. tffviv Vftoir f .f.rH,- - O Tt, rrAnf Wf.n, www.. .A. b.MVuw. tew Of 275,000 potmds of dynamite with which it Is proposed to demolish Flood ltock, in lit 11 Gate, will b discharged at 0:00 a. M., Vini-f-- EktoUsr T, e Inspector. Chief "Washington, October 2. A. y West, of Oxford, Miss., accepted e the position of Chief Inmector, and at once entered upon the difchare oi Pest-Officto-da- Post-offic- itu tAuvtva. !&? A Snake Stery. Young Lady Burns Herbelf to Death. Wei.lsboko, Pa., October 1. For the Cerona, N. Y., October 5. Last Saturpast two years John Longwell.of Charlesday Mi3 E'lima Faulkner, daughter of ton, this county, has been subject to fits, Win. Faulkner, of State Bridge, took a being attacked suddenly, and lying unconlargo lamp nnd removing tho burner scious for hours. Within tho jiast few Kured tho contents nlout her lr ad ami months he has experienced a cold sensation shoulders. Sue th-- n set fire to herself nnd in his throat occasionally, ns if something ran shrieking nbout tho house. Mr. n neighbor, saw her and ran to her was risiuc into his mouth. This attended After considerable difficulty with the singulnr feeling in his stomach, essistnnce. was the fire was subdued, but not until nearly convinced him that thre something living there. His physician ull of her clothing hail been burned from thoucht it woul do no harm to cive an her body. She died at three o'clock Sunemetic anyhow, and accordingly gave his day afternoon. pati'tit a large dose. ? ho result was that Mr. Longwell throw up two snakes, one They Wero Learning to Paint. about fourteen inches long and the other a St. IjOUIr, Mo., October 5. A man named foot iu lencth, brown in color nnd both J. P. Snell disappeared suddenly alive, and they are alivo vet. Mr. Long-weswindling two hundred women out of was so overjoyed at his deliverance thnt he could not forbear 53.50 each. He gave them a less n iu bringing the stomachic monsters to town touching up old photographs, and sold and exhibiting them to a few of his friends. Tho story is vouched for by several who them the material for it some old paint in llvo cents a liottle, were about tho house at th'e time, and the phinls worth perhaps 5:5.50 per bottle and which he charged for. physician expresses his lelief iu tho incithey wero lenrmtig dent. Longwell is a young farmer and a The womn thought tncy' could earn 520 a by n man of veracity. Mr. Longwell thinks that business They w hie, the paiut bought taking he swallowed tho eggs which produced week. first lesson. Tho women nfter fuiiuu-- . are the snakes while carelessly drinking water their from a spring. A Jersey Tornado. Over the Ocean. New York, October 5. A tornado struck London, October 2. Sir Charles Dilko the little village of Westuood, N. J., on will bo married The second the New Jersey and New York day of tho English cheap postal telegraph twenty-twmiles from New York, yesterBerday aiternoon. causing great damage to saw an increase of nearly lin now comes forward with a scandal, property, but fortunately no loss of life. with an eminent artist and Senator ns the Within "tho patli of thetorundonota building wns left uninjured. The loss is verv guilty party. A new See has lieen established by the Pope in Nebraska, w ith heavy. . O'Connor, present Vicar Apostolic as Bishop of Omaha. Cholera has appeared Lake Mis'assini. in Genoa. In Italy Thursday thero were October 5. Mr. A. P. Low, of Ottawa, li3 uew cases and 0 deaths. Thero Is great activity in Turkish niilitnry circles. Russia the Geological Museum, has returned from demands that she be allowed armed inter- Lake Mistnssini, w here he completed tho vention if Servia enters Macedonia. The surveyor that sheet of water. Instead o( Greek Government is raising funds for detho lake lieing of greater proportions than fensive operations. Austria is said to be Lakj Superior, ho found it was only 12.V privately supporting Servia. miles in lenath, and from fifteen to twenty! miles iu width. by a Train. HartfordCoxn., October L At S:00 Fall of the Beautiful. o clock this morning a train on the" New Chicago, October 5. Th- first snowfall lYorkaBd'NewiEngland Railway struck an omnibus in New Britain, at the Black Rock of the season is reported from East Tuwas, grndo crossing. It was occupied by chil- Alpena and Cheboygan, Mich. At the latdren on their way to school. Charles'Dison, ter place a fierce storm was raging last night, with the temperature below the aged nineteen years, tho driver of the omnibus, and his sisters, Minnie and Lottie, freezing point. Heavy frosts fell in Iowa Saturday night. aged thirteen aud fifteen years respectively, were so badly Injured that one has since- died, and tho others will probably die. Resumed After Two Ye rs' ldreness. Thej- wcro the children of the owner of the Reading, Pa., October.!. The Keystouo omnibus. The engineer says that tho horseslbecame unmanageable and ran upon Iron Works, in this city, resumed operanfter a continued stoppage of tions y the track in front of the locomotive. nearly two years. Thoresumptiou is due, it is said, to the improvement in the iron A Week's Failures. 2. The business trade. The works, when running full, give r New York, October employment to ono hundred hands. fuilures occurring throughout the country during the last seven days, number for the Why is it that the watch springs United StateH, 171, and for Canada. 25, or a are breaking? "In my experience of total of 10C. ns compared with 1S5 last ycarV writes a workman week, and 17S the wek previous to the last. thirty-thre- e The Western and Pacific States furnish iu tho finishing-rooof a factory, "I one half of the total casualties reported. have never known of so large a per The other sections of the country report cent, of broken springs at tins time of failures below the average. year. I always have noticed that there was a large increase in the breaking; of in the Interest of the Sabbath. Washington, October L A delegation mainsprings in watches in the fall, out there are more accidents of the kind of ministers has waited upon the Postmato protest ngainst the de- now than ever. Why is it?" Xo less ster-General livery of special rate letters in any of the than live thousand mainsprings in cities entitled to them on -Sunday. watches were broken during a recent , i...- storm iu New York. A. 1". Times. Fatal Elevator Accident. Chicago. October L William Foster At Thyong Yang, in Corca, the hat3 d nnd John McKillop, employes at the Hotel, placed a piece of furniture on worn by the poor women are baskets d started three aud a half feet long, two and a top of the elevator for the top floor. Before reaching their destihalf wide, and two and a half deep-Thnation th furniture struck against the top men wear a similar basket, but shaft, the cable parted, and tho of the It requires both hands to dropped to tho ground. McKillop smaller. cae died from bis injuries and Foster is in a keep it in place. Women of the better precarious condition. class wear white cloaks over their Zachariaii Zaciiaroff, who heads. "Count" figured in a scandal in Cincinnati some It is an odd fact that tho women at time ago, and later married Miss Billlngs,a tho watering-place- s written up by corNew York heiress, whom bo took to Holland, waa confronted at Rotterdam by derespondents as tho "best dresied" aro another wife. Miss Billing tectives and the ones never heard of in "society" wa brought back to Now York in Ncw'York or uny other city. 4V. J Ijiw-renc- e, 1 ll o one-thir- d. ped THE INDIAN PROBLEM. Father Conrardj'n I'lmi to 3lkr tho Hoi Mini Washington, Oct. 2. Father 1 I Conrardy, who has been living among the Indian tribes In the West for lifteen years in the capacity of a missionary, is lu the city for the puriuise of presenting to tho its consideration for Administration from claims he a plan which experience of years man his amniM. them will make the Indians self- supporting in a very few years, and will at the same time restore to the public domain millions of acres of land now lying idle. Mr. Conrardy says that the Indian tribes all through tho country hold too much land The plan which he proves is to a fomi on each of the reservations Lumber of "colonies," to lie composed of at least fifteen voting men. to each of whom should be allotted one hundred and sixty acres of land. At the head of each colony a practical fanner should be placed, who, lor the fust year, would instruct the Indians in farm work. The following year, although the work is to lo continued with another party of Indians, those of the first year could be encouraged and assisted in their training so as to push them further ahead to become effarmers. Besides a"'l skillful ficient improving the claims of the members of tho colony, a large field will be fenced in, plowed and harrowed by the boys, where the old Indians unable to do hard work will have ample ground to raise garden stuff, hay and wheat with the assistance of tho young i'1L'"- . 9 Tobacco busines- and crops reported unprecedented by Louisville authorities. JOSEI'II H. Stanchl, used ten, fell in the river at Louisville ami .drowned. Fishing for coal. Mns. F.D. FrLi.BR and ono child wero killed iu a runaway near Crofton. Fuller nnd tho baby escaped. The tobacco crop of Daviijss County will bo much nbovo tho a vera go in both quantity and quality. The venernble couple, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Perkins, of Covington, celebrnteJ their golden wedding on the 2d. Tno Synod of Kentucky will meet in the first Presbyterian Church, Covington, on Wednesday evening, October 21. It that this will be an unusually pleasant meeting of this ecclesinstical.body. A Iihan County ueighliorbood became terribly excited one night last week over what was thought to b a wild animal of huge proportions. Neighlnirs were summoned and tho chase begun. After an hour's exciting pursuit, during which one horse fell down, soverely bruising its rider, tho thing was overtaken and found to bo a large black sheep. AccoiiOiNO to the Tompkinsville Banner, e of Monroe County is used the as a gambling den. No less than a dozen tobacco barns filled with tho weed havo been burned in the Purchaso counties within two weeks. Calloway reports the largest number. The epidemic of flux, which has been raging in Butler County for several weeks, is abating in violonce. Tho disease has been unusually fatil, deaths occurring within a radius of two miles from Young's Ferry, anil nearly 100 iu the adjacent neighborhood. The quail and rabbit law remains in effect until tho 20th. At Julia Kerlierg, aged seven years, subject to epileptic fits, was attacked by ono while standing in front of n window. Sho fell to tho floor, her head striking a sharp block of w ood, and fractured her skull, which brought on concus-io- n of the brain. Kbo can not u rrlTs"'M' Ox the last bicycle run to Corydon, Ind., quite a spurt took placo between the boys from Louisville to Corydon. Tho distance, e eight miles, was traveled in minutes. Some were so fatigued that thoy coold hardly reach home. Only nineteen letters were delivered in Louisville the first day the special postal delivery went into effect. Hawesville is being rebuilt rapidly, nnd with n letter class of buildings thnn thoso destroyed by the big fire. Thomas J. Randall, of Lexington, well knonn in turf circles, is dead. Mil. Wyatt SANnnmoE, a prominent farmer of Line iln County, and nn elder in the Huntsville Christian Church, is dead at the age of C. An. Hoe indulged in a fight nt a funeral in Harrodsbttrg, because his wife talked to Elder Caden, a Christian minister of that city. Mn. W. C. Peliiam has withdrawn from tho race for the County Clerkship of Mason. This leaves the contest to Messrs. Ball and Watson. The Boar I of Trustees of Bradstown have determined to purchase a $2,900 tiro is'Jnn-ticipate- Hem. d ,3 .a taT!tb ucraiiur-aiJuuiniIVUi3"K... .:' hir;ngtof clerks Sshc lnosTirnportanti there would be some reason orsiicir'5proDieni ooiorc tnc xroclvnt- - It agrees talk. Rut it is so obviously proper that that the President is V)iuns he ought the otlices under a Democratic Adminto do, but it thinks tha too.uich noise istration should bo filled by Democrats, is made about this solectioiKpf tools. ano. it is so evident that the etlicleucy llu I'rti would like to sco a row at- of the service is prompted by having tention paid to the real work oY the subordinate officials in pol'tical acand it des'res a civil serv.cethat cord with th heads of an Administra bliall conduct this work on Democr-lytion, that it is i(J merest bo3h for any pnne.pli-.- . It believes that at present one to say that bv turnin'r out ollico- the service is filled with Republican holders of ihe op'potc party and putspoilsmen who will continue to do their ting its owu people in Mieir places, tho work against the Democratic part-- . Democratic party b3lieit&. past denunThe most ellicicnt service that they can ciation oLdhe way in which Uie Repubrender to the Reptiblieans will be by licans used the public otlices for n using their Government places as purposes. s to the task of the AdministraSuch changes can be made with the 4 tion. Not only w.ll reforms hi checked intention of bene iting the civil service, f whenever they aro entrusted to Repub- and without the purpose of turning lican airents, "but many a K publican them to part'san advantage; and they H will consider that he is do- should be made if there was any ground, ing a patriotic duty by bringing a Dem- for the pers'stent assertions of the Democratic Administration into disrepute ocrats during "the past ten years" that 1 7 o, a. .4fe - ' ""-"- If 111 fc " (ov-erittne- nt. par-t'sa- hin-tlra- ollice-hold- cr Court-hous- e forty-thre- by misfeasance in ofiiee. The trouble with the average Republican mind is that it is blind to all goodness among Democrats. Tno average Republican is a person who has learned of George F. Hoar that all Democrats are bad. It is only tho brighter Republicans who live in cities who know that George F. Hoar is not to hi believed. If a Republican thinks Democratic defeat must be accomplished by foul means or fair, why should he not neglect his duty, or commit ollicial sins lor the purpose of discrediting his bad opponent? The teachings of George K Hoar lead naturally and inevitably to tho commission, of such oll'ensej against the country. While the Post believes in a reformed (of which the country is not yet possessed), it does not undertake to lecture Djniocrats who are wot vet convinced of tho beauties of the present system. There is a goodcason lor tins lack ot laiin on tnepan oi Democrats. Tho sys'tem )ut into Adminisoperation under a Republic.-the law, tration. The first rules, had all were made by a his life boon a "machine man" and the tool of -- machine nicy." The tender infant was suckled af a hostile breast, and manv of th UumocraU who looked "onTthoiighenhey saw its little veins fill up with the poison of Republicanism. They thought they were seeing tlio old, old game, for they knew that the Republican party had resorted to every device to till the Government with its partisans. They knew that from the Judges on the Supreme Hench to the , all tide waiters in tne who were said to work for the people worked really for the Republican party. They knew that the party which undertook" to carry reform into eilect was the only party which had fctolen the Presidency through violated oaths and by staining the judicial ermine- Is there any wonder that Democrats do not believe that at present the e is ba5ed on the merit sys tem, or thai the law was honestly au ministered by Mr. Cleveland's prcde- reform is admir- able; but every one's reform is not to be taken uiiniiestloninsly. When Keniib-,??Leans denounce Democrats lor not ac ccpting this new thing as it stands they aie simply impudent. Boston Post. simple-minded Civil-Servi! lin-le- r custom-housesCivil-ServiCivil-Servic- the Republicans used tho public otlices Of the fact that as party machines. they were so used there has been abundant proof. Of the propriety of turning out of ofiiee men who had been as party workers, thero can bo no question. The charge that tho Democrats are belyinir their past disapprobation of the political use that was made of the public otlices had better bo delaved until there i better evidence than exists now that they intend to imitate the bad example of their Republican predecessors. Ilarrisburg I'alriot. t cm-ploy- ed "N ! "A REIGNOFTERROR." A I'epiiliilciin fry Tlmt Should lie Applied to the North at Well as the South. In Florida, In answer to Senator Sherman's aoj, cusatiou that the Republican vote in the South has been supp-cseit has been shown that in bi.ten Southern States Hayes had 1.110,308 votes, Garlield, l.Oo'C.OOi and Rlainc 1,362,- 971, showing a lanre increaso of Ko- publcau votes. To tin-- the Chicago Tribune ob'ects that in nini States of the sixteen moro than half thero has been no attempt to suppress the colored vote," and, States the Repubtherefore in tiio-lican . vol. . llnt liarna, which gave Granf 9i,27L', gave Blaine ,r.D,44l: Louisiana, which gavo 16,317; 71.CC3 for Grant gave Maine Mississpp", w lic'.i gave 8i, 17o for" Gr.mt, gave Maine 13..V.KI; and South for Grant, Carolina, which gavo Here are nearly gave Maine 21,733. loO.O'K) votes gone in four States alone. d, . well-onraui.e- d c r 3?9P' fc A'-'1- al.-- o j Civil-Servi- ce ;? to-da- y a fraTjdIjlent 1 CLAIM. cent, of the Republican Aotc was not polled in 18- - t. Tne votes suppressed in thos five States would have elected Ir Maim President" If the falling oil of the Republican vote in those States shows that it wa; "suppres-- c I" th fall ngo'.V of the Democratic vote in the same States shows that the Democratic vote was "suppressed ' also. In Louisiana even tho Kepuuncaiw allowed l men in ioo ',V'.Yotes,wI,le l2e,!".tl Ui?,?.v,cA ,ny, In Smlli Carol na 62.o4U. b" .K?.,e :.ml !n -.. , siimi iiiu ii in 1876 while Cleveland had but 76.510. In Alabama Tilden received 102,000. Cleveland only 1)2,1(73, making a to'al loss of 74,377 Democrat'c voteo which at least forty per 1 - -- iii ,- Killeil by the Apiches. TojibsToni:, A. T., Oct. 2. A man named Keating was Killed by Apaches Wednesday I"1 White Trail Canyon, San His body was found Sifneoii Valley. witlutlie head smashed in with stones, Aman named Shanahan and a Mrs. Mac:3i.who were sen ants on Heating's be found. lancnflpii Washington, Oct. 2. General Crook "t teleg'riiphs - tains Crawford and Davis, at Guadaloupo Canyon, Southeastern Arizona, send by courier that twenty or twenty-fire'udiapassed that point on the tlOth, tJaveRng Crawford the War Department that Cap- ns rapidly Is to-da- in pursuit and troops liavebeen ordered iu from vailous ro'iitsg, to intercept the hostiles. Tho commanding: ofiicer at Fort A pacha bee-,- , has directed to hold his troops Iu readiness" for immediate service. Citizens at imposed iwiiits have been warned and urged to corral their stock. The raiders are supposed to be a part of Gcroniino's band who have been down into Mexico. northward. Captain m . "erchanU Petition the Government. New Yoiik, Oct 2. The Chamber of Commerce yesterday adopted resolutions of tho proposed treaty with Spain and the provisions of other treaties bo made public at tlio earliest appropriate minute and befoie action is taken by the power. so that ample time may be had for their discussion and consideration by the public in all their various bearings. A copy of these resolutions was ordered to be sent to the President and Secretary of State. Resolutions offered, deploring the gradual loss of o:ir shipping interests and calline on tho Government for aid by legislation were referred to a committee. .treaty-makin- g Le-lan- Boston, Oct J. Moses, of Moses Sentenced. 2. Franklin cage,to-day,an- e fft - - , South Carolina, one of the most notorious swindlers in the country, was yesterday sentenced to three years in State Prison for swindling several of the leading residents of this city. Moses, who is about forty-thre- e years of age, has been leading a crooked life since 1S77, and lias just completed a year's sentence in Cambridge prison for operations the same as thoso ho committed in this city. Moses seemed to be perfectly bcwilde"i when sentence was pronounced, and was led like n hdytcss Child. W The Old Mory Itehashe by If the Republican vote was "supCampaign Orators. pressed" in the Sotith it must, accord- engine. The alleged suppression of the South- ing to the Republ can mode of reason-A house near Springfield was burned reVfc. ern colored vote has long been a favor- ing have "suppressed" in' the cently, aud an idiot colored man perished lilt ite subject of complaint with those who ' North also. In the lour States of iu the flames. Michigan and nois, Massachusetts fir The Henry Female Academy has been formulate the campaign issues of the New York T Idea received 1.026.422 purchased by H. M. Ayres for?2.500. The Republican party. Elections in that property is to be converted into a Biblo ccctou have bean habitually repre- votes; Cleveland 1.1S7.7I5. bcinga gain of 161. 2:13 votes. Haves received l.uiW,-- 0 college far the colored youth of tho Christ-ai- n sented, year 56: Ma'ne. l,23.-.0l- . after year, as having been being a gain of Church. carried by the Democrats by gross vio- only 13'.,7(i8. The Republican gain Four thousand six hundred nnd thirty-tw- o lations of the right of sufl'rage. attended was less than the Democratic gain, barrels of whisky were exported from with personal violence and bloody out showlin' a "reirn of terrorism' in the Lexington district last month. rages of which colon u Republicans j Illinois. Michigan and In tho Circuit Court at Louisville, a few were the vict ins. New lork. -J- telroU tree rress Although this had got to bo an old days ago, Charles Soxbce was given three years for Tip Fogarty, for story, which even as far back as 1876 INSINCERE STATEMENTS. had lost its freshness, it was persistently malicious cutting, one year, and M. A Party Undcserinir of the Kespect of alias Fay, who did several neat jobs brought into use at each recurring Good Cltizc-iselection, and this year it is doing servin jewelry houses there, also got one year. When the Mississippi Republican Vincent Flaven, a small boy, was ad- ice again, especially iu Ohio, appearing the assortment of sectional is- State Committee gave as a reason for judged a luuatic in the County Court at among Newport, a few days since . He lost his sues with which the Republican lead- declining to call a State Convention, to' on game ers are trying to excite the voters of nominate candidate for Governor and. tno .National miuu that unfartuuatc October State. The other oflicers some months ago. In i Republicans wouhl, managinimhp camT that if he could only bold McGinnis" he iBourbons wliaaro arc . . nnt 1. Allowed to vote in the first nlaeo. enucajprmg "tOi op"' would be all right. He was a sure .thrower paign- out uiere if tWv diil thoip vote would not bo to bases, but McGinniswa3 too wild and make whatjBey call Southern outrages counted, a lie, was uttered and the com' feature of the contest. too swift for him. He thought that ho a leading in this preposterous m'.ttec knew it That is the longhand jtfgpS'could hold Hecker, of the Louisvilles, and They are ingaged at a time when tho general short of it business was himself a good batter. Ho talked conn 5Kp? John R. Lynch, the colored observable in the is and thought that the improvement the way iu which South tinually on the elec- gressman, who is the Chairman of that . t duo more to jury were men that had come up to see tions in that region have resulted in comm ttee, evidently took his cue from him catch McGinnis. recent years than to any other influ- John Sherman, and, knowing that his There is a project on foot to build arail-roa- d ence. The material prosperity of the party wouM be fairly defeated at an from the city of Henderson to South commenced to revive when its honest election if nominations wero and is meeting with much encour- substantial and intelligent citizens per made, he advised against a convencon agement. It is thought that tho road will petrated the outrage of supplanting tho in order to be able to say that force and be pushed through without delay. political influence of desperat- advent- fraud would have beaten tho RepubPa- between urers who used the negro voto as the lican candidates had there been auy. JosErn Smith, found hanging a means by which they wero enabled to The trick is old and stale, and is of ducah and Benton, Northern white instead of Southern few days ago. He had cut his throat withplunder the Southern people. It is not a little astonishing that the black origin. out fatal effect, and then climbed a tree It took Northern Republicans some and tied a grapevine around his neck, politicians who employ these stale elecshould be unable to sco time to learn that a ma ority of black tion devici swinging into eternity. Temporary insannqt ality caused by business trouble is supposed that thtsy arc no longer of any account voters in any given district did a Republ can majority, but ; ' this time occur to them ways e to have caused the act. It should by entirely consistent w'th a Hon. Peter Ltles, late a representative that popular interest is just now en- were often matters of a less ancient date. preponderance of "Democratic voters. from Graves County in tho Legislature, listed in time when negro sufl'rage When Republican leaders foun I out fell and received injuries that will probably There was a the South was a momentous ques that negro voters could not be counted at . result in bis death. It was at tne time when a set of on to vote their ticket year filter year" Crouch, a farmer, visiting near tion. of turning, Duulet were using the without variance or shadow' rascally Sharpsburg, was killed by John Ockman. negroes as political instruments of but would iu greatur or less number, vt The circus men arrested for committing robbery and oppression. When the support Democratic candidates, and a robbery on n Short Line train are safely Republican leaders, for no other that they could no longer get up a dis . lodged in jail at Frankfort. to augment and perpetuate turbanco whenever it was deemed adpolitical power.subjected the South visable as an excuse for throwing out William Sands, colored, was drowned their to the cowardly on the falls below Louisville the other to the dangerous consequences of ne- votes, they resorted fishing on the dam at gro rule, and the question whether or and contemptible expedient of keeping afternoon. He was polls in orwhen he wns seized with an not the fairest sectioa of the country their party away from the the case before a fell over into the swift should be blighted by tho rule of ras- der to make out an awful 1 epileptic fit nnd Federal Administration current. He disappeared from sight before cality combined with ignorance re- sympathizing Republican party. i undecided, the question of and the cntir the bystanders could make even an effort to mained , no matter Such a par' in any sufl'rage in the South was one of savo him. oVeat importance. But since it has what its jrofe sed politics or alleged public considera- Daviess County has eighty-eigdecided m a way that has secured principles ought to have no acknowi- - .,. schools and (,2G4 children of school age. been tho South from such a terrible evil, and tion shown t by anybody. It Only fifty per cent, of theso children are peace and prosperity prevail in that edges its worthlcssnoss by its action, and enrolled in the chools, and the average at Bectton, the people arc Liking no fur- fb.rrt ppms no nlaco suitable for it on prcnt. ther lBtcrl " mutter, bciajr a- - the face at the earths Washington ndance U lea than thirty-thre- e j i 1 b.-ehorse-stealing; the llepublicaii "suppressed." Spill-ma- n, . tEtf''' 1 'i court-hesaid- t"-- - ..i i ex-Co- base-bal- l, i Mor-gnnfie- ld, - mail-carris er as-ur- r - carpet-bagge- rs pur-posclh- an flour-mil- l, ne-o-- ro St-ite- , ht W"' r . 0 mt At KZ. ' . Ji byf?' w S Tr'r" . riffr- ?z Ft.iv. - J f 1 i -- TALJIAGK'S SEU-MON- Delivorod Brooklyn Taber-nacl- o and grenadiers Sunday, Soptombor 27th. at tho aboil fivo n,,, by cavalry horsos caparisoned PwiK tho n,ir In thoso vain all the attempts on tbo par ecclesiastical fco SolKe"i light horsemen gor-Smsly "Stormed anl Taken" Any I'laii of Attach On the Strong!ioltIi of Sin That Succeeds or IVomUes Succcai to lie lavoreI. ; M hi" r i t 1 I A i .. im C l !if BnooKLTy, T. Y., September 27. Tbo Tab?rnaclo was crowded this morning ntul thousands were unable to got scats. Tho hymn before tho sermon wnj: Hark the voice of Jesus calling Who will go and work yields are white, the harvest waiting, Who w bear the sheaves away? After reading the parable of tho talents (Matthew xxv.) Dr. Talmage announced his subject as "Stormed and Taken," nnd tcol- - for his text tho words: And AMmclceh got hint np to Mount he and all the people thnt were with him; nnd Ablmelcch took nu ax In hi hand, ami cut down a iKHiph from the trees, and took It and laid it on lil.s shoulder nnd said unto l!:e people that were ulthhlrn: What vc have eqn me do. inako haste, nnd do as I have done. Ami all the people like w!s.o cut down every man Ills bough and followed Aluinelech, and lint them to the hold, nnd set the hold on tire upon them, so that all the men of the tower of thechem died Judges lx., ts, 13. Abiineluch is a uarao tnalolorous in Bible history, and yet fall of profitable our preaching. Abimolech's Oh fori" suggestion. Buoys aro black and un- sword Abimolech's and more of comely, but they toll where tho rocks aro. conflagration I iave often heard Tbo snake's rattio is hid.ous, but it gives There Is a fountain filled with blood, timely warning. From tho piazza of my sung artistically by four birds perched on summer home, night by night, I saw n their Sunday roost la ths gallery, until I lighthouse fifteen miles away, not placed there for adornraont, but to tell mariners thought of Jenny Liniand N lsson, nnd warblors; to stand off from that dangerous point. Sontag, and all tho other toar to but my thero came not oao bo all tho coast of moral dan-peye, nor ono master emotion to my P&gzBp&lfar 2 is marked with Saul, and Herod, and hoart. But one ni"htlwent down to tho Rohoboaui, and Jezebel, and Abimoloch. Methodlat f.iietlng-houso-.l- n These, badiveonlo are montloneJa.intha African 'huTaBlBhia, OBlyja3.i warnings, ba'tbocanse" ! ltSwwS!??. jBiblonot woman ii tbo midst of tho there woro somotlmes flashes of good con- -' serTceaiblack to tuat "Vmn,- - and audiencobegas duct in their lives worthy of imitation. nil the nudiece jo'mxl In, and wo were God somotlmes drives a very straight floated so10 thrw or four miles noarer nail with a very poor hamuiir. Ilea von 'ban I have over been s nee. I . Tho City of Shechem had to bo taken, saw vith my own eyes "that fountain and Abtmeloch anl his men were to do it-with blood" red, agonizing, sacriceo tho dust rising up from their oxciteJ fillo redemptive, and I heard ficial, tho crltn-o- n march. I hear the shouting of tho splash of the wave as w, all went and tho yell of tho b. siegers. Tho down under if b words clank sharply on tho parrying For sinners planned benentli that Hood shields, aud tho vociferation of tho two Ixjse all tholr guilty stums. armies in death grapplo is horrible to Oh, inv friends, tho goapjl is not n sylhear. The battle goes on nil day, and as logism; It is not chemistry; it is not pothe sun is setting Abimelech nnd hi3 army lemics, or tho science of squabble. It i3 cry 'Surrender I" to tho beaten foo. And blood-re- d Invitafact; It Is wirm-heart- d unable longer to resist, tho City of. tion; it is leaping, bounding, tlyin-- r good Bhechem falls, and thero are pools of news; it is efllorescent w.th all light; it is blood and disseverod limbs and glazed ruboicent with nil glow; it is nrboreso-n- t eyes looking up b?ggingly for mercy that with all sweet shade. I have tho sun was never shown, and dying soldiers with riso on Mount Washington and from tho thoir head on the lap of mother or wifo or p House, but thero was no beauty s'ster, who havo como out for tho last of- In that compared with tho g on fices of kindness and affection; and n high when Christ gives liht to a soul. I groan rolls across tho city, stopping not, have heard Parepa sin?, but thoro was no becauso there is no spot for it to rest, so music In that corapirod with the voico of full is tho placs of other groaus. A city Chr.st when he said: "Thy sins nro forwounded! A city dying A city dead! given; go in peace." Good news! IVail for Shechem nil yo who know tho every ono cut down a branch of this troj horrors of a sacked town of life and wave It. Let him throw it As I look over th3 city, I can fiul only down and kindle it. Lt all thi way from ono building standing, and that is tho Mount Ziltnon to Shechem bo filled with temple of tho God Berith. Somo soldiers tho tossing joy. Good news! This bonfire outsido of the city in a tower, finding that of the gospel shall conumo tho last tom-pl- e they can no longer defend Shechom, now of sin and will illume tho sky with begin to look out for their own personal apocalyptic joy that Jesus CLrist came safety, and they fly to this temple of into tho world to save sinners. Any now Berith. They get within tho daor, shut plan that makes a man quit his s n, and it, and they say: "Now wo are safe. that prostrates a wrong, I am as much in Abimelech has taken tho whole favor of as though all tha dictors, nnd city, but ho can not take thi3 tomplo of the bishops, and the archbishops, and the Berith. Hero we shall bo under tho proSynods, and tho academical cownsmon of tection of, tho gods." Oh, Berith, tho Cnristianity saactioaed it. Tao temple of .god J do yonr Le3t for these refugees. If Berith must como down, nnd I do not caro you havo oyes, pity them. If you have how it comes. hands, help them. If you havo thunderStill further, I leara subject bolts, strike for them. But how shall tho power of example. from this If Abimelech had Abimelech and his army take this sat down on th grass and told his men to temple of Berith and tho men who aro go and get out there fortified? Wilt they do it with battle, they the btughs, and sogone to tho would never bavj at all, J! sword? !N"ay. Will they do it with or if they had, it would have been without spenr? Hay. With bat'ering-rarolled any spirit of ellec ivo result; bu: when up by hundred-arme- d strength, crashAbimelech goewith his own nxe and ing against tho walls? Nay. Abimelech how3 down a Abimomarchos his mon to a woocb.-lZilrnon. lech's arm pats branch, and with it a Ab'motech's shoulder With his axo ho hows off a limb of a txwl marches on, hn sy text says, all tree, and puts that limb upou his own the poople tho same. How nntur.il shoulder, and then he says to hi3 men: that was., dii What made Gnrtbildi and "You do tho same." They are obedient Stonewall Jackson the most mignetic to their commander. Thero is a struggle commanders of this century? They o3 to who shall havo axes. Tbo whole always rodo alien I. Oa, tho overcoming woods is full of bending bougb.3, and tho crackling, and tho backing, anl tho cut- power of example! Hero is afather on tho wrong nil his boysRO ting, until every ono of tho host has a road. road: Is a father- - on tho wrong Hero limb of a treo cut down, and not only Christ; his children enlij.who enlists for Isawinsomo that, but has put it upon his shoulder, galleries just as Abimelech snowed him bow. of the p.ctura tho groat of Europo that many of Aro .these mon now all armed with the ters tho old masters works of tho masthoro would bo treo" branch? Tho reply comes: "All fivo artists taking copthoy march on. Oh, soraetimo3 four or crmed." And These copies they what a strange army, with what strango ies of tho pictures. with them, perhaps to equipment. They come up to the foot of wero going to carry I distant lands, and havo thought that tho temple of Berith, Abimelech take3 life and character aro h's limb of a tree and throws it down, your It is being copied, and long and after you and tho first platoon of soldiers come 11 bloom or Wast In tho up and they throw down their branches, are gone it w and the second platoon, and the third, homes of those who knowyou, and be a Goruntil all around about the temple of gon or n Madonna. Lookout what you say. Berith thero is n pile of tree branches. Look oat what you do. Eternity will hoar the echo. Tho l.e3t sermon ever preached Tbo Shechemites look out from tho winho'.y life. The best dow of tho temple upon what is ais a consistent walk. music ever chanted If you want othteems to them childish play on the part of tbelr enemies. But soon the flints are ers to servo God, serve him yourself. If struck, and the spark begins to kindle tho you want others to shoulder their duty, brush, and the flatno comes up through shoulder you's. Where Abtmelecti goes tho pile, and the rod olements leap to the his troops go The father good, it was easy k casement and the begins to enough for thoson and grandson to be good. blazu, and one arm of flame is thrown up Ahazmh bigot Joash, and Joash begat JeTho father lad, It was easy on the right side of the templo, another roboam. arm of flame Is thrown up on tho left enough for the son and grandson to hi Oj, start cut for Heaven y sido of tho.temple, until they cla3p their bad. lurid palms under tho wild night sky, and and your family wdl ccmo after you, aud tho cry of "ilro!" within and fire without your business associates will come after nnnouuees tho terror and tho strangula- you and social friends will join you. With tion and tho doom of the Shechemites, ono branch of tho treo of llfo for a baton, nnd tho complete overthrow of the temple marshal just as many as you can gather. of tho god Berith. Then there went up a Oh, tho infinite, the semi omnipotent shout, long and loud, from the stout lung3 power of a good or a bad example. nnd swarthy chests o! Abimelech and his I saw near the beach a wrecker's mamen. as thoy stood nm:d tho ashes and the chine It was a cylinder with somo holes dust crying, "Victory ! victory !" Or, up nt tho side, made for the thrusting in of to Mount Zilmon, he and nil tho people somo long poles with strong loverage; and with bim, nnd Abimelech took when thero is a vessel In troublo or going that 'S1. an axo in bis band nnd cut a bough from to pieces out in the offing, tho wreckers the trees, nnd took it and laid it on his sboit n ropo out to the suffering men. shoulder, and said unto the pooplo that They grasp it, and the wreckers turn tho were with him: "What ye havo seen me cylinder, an 1 thoso who aw shipwrecked ?do, make haste, and do as I have done." are saved. So at your feet thero it. v And all tho people likewise cut down Is an influence with a tremendous lovor-agevery man his bough and followed Abim The rope attachedito it swincs far. elech, and put them to tho hold, and seti outinWtho billowyfulare!. , rYour chil- "" 7 tll HitunMll ?& a"Jtho tieW o ftre upon thom, bo that all' the. Ml rnH;.nBri:uiiuicu a 111111111111 ll.ll.llmi 111111 Mr men of the tower of Shechem cited." generations that ardjtoollow, wHl'grlp. Ifowvlloarn .first from th:s sublect tho that Influence and foal the 83 iBsR" jf6lly of depending upon any ono form of pull long after the figures on y mr tombtcct rs In anything wo have to do for this stone are so near wora out that the visitor SBaWaWaW world or for God. Look over the weap- can not tell whether it was in 1S75 or 1775, onry of olden timo3 javelins, battleaxes, or 1G73 that you dle.1. liarob?ngeons and show mo a single Still further, I learn from this subject weapon with which Abimelech nnd his tho advantngo of concerted nc'.ion. If men could have gained such a complito Abimelech had m?roly gono out with a victory. It is no easy thing to take a tree branch, tho work would not hnvo boon temple thus arm9d. I saw a house wnerc, nccompllshed, or if tea, twenty or thirty luring revolutionary times, a man and men had gone; but when all tbo axes aro his wifo kept back a wholo regiment hour lifted, and all the sharp edges fall, and nil n'tcr hour, because they wero inside the theso men carry each his treo I ranch linuso, and the assaulting soldiers were down and throw it about tho temple, tho outside tho house Yet hero Abimelech victory is gained tho tcmrl faNs. My nnd his army como up, they surround this friends, whore tbero is ono man in the temple, nnd thoy capture it without tho Church of God at this day shouldering his loss of a singlo man on tho part of Abimewholo duty, there nro a great many lech, although, I suppose, somo of tho old who never lift an axo orswing a bow. It Israelitlsh heroes told Abimelech: "You seems to mo as if there wore ten drones nro only going up thero to bo cut to in overy hlvo to ono bo-ns though pieces." Yot you nro willing tc testify thero wero twenty busy sound asleep sailors that by no other mode certainly in tho ship's hammocks to four men on toot by ordinary modes could that temple tho stormy dtci. It seems as if thero so easily, so thoroughly, have boen taken. were 50,000 men to tho roservo Fathers and mothers, brothers nnd sisters corps, and only belonging 1,003 nctlvo combatants. in Jesus Christ, what the Church most Oa, wo all want get over tho our wants to learn, this day, is that any plan golden sands, bat boat toof us nro soat-e- d the most is right, is lawful, is best, which helps to either in th- in fao stern, overthrow the temple of sin and capture wrapped in our prow or shawl, hold a striped thii world for God. Wo are very apt to big handled snnihade, wbilo othors aro stick to the old modes of attack. Wo put bl stered la the heat, and until tho oaron the coat of mall. Wo come locks groan, and th3 blades bond until up with the sharp, keen, glittering steel they snap. Oh, religiou3 s!oepy-head- f, spear of argument, expecting in that way wake up! Whils we haVJ in our church to take the castle; but thoy havo a thou- a great many who aro toiling for God, sand spoars;whero wo have ten. And so there aro soma too lazy to brush tho the castlo of sin stands. Oh, my friends flies off their heavy eyolids. You wo will never capture this world for God bavo Laid ono in Ion- ty any koen saber of sarcasm, by any place that ao and catertho nnts glittering lance of rhetoric, by any g pillars have you. and mining of profound disquisition, What do yon begn'a to crawl over know my brJtbors, nbout a by any gunpowdory explosions of living gospel mutjj to 8tonii tho world? bysharpihootlngof wit, by how Now my Idea of Christian I a man on IttWI i itrwpgtb, made to wiofi your valio to-da- 111 Znl-mo- My friends, a this I prcpJ different styl6 ot tactic- - bit oacn ono go to tho forest and Inof Go&'s promise vitation and how dourn a branch, nnd pu it on his shoulder wd let us all coiiip around theg0 obstinato inlqnitloi, nnd then, with this pile kindled by tho fires of a holy Z3al and'the flamo3 0f ncon-secratlife, wo wm burn them out What stocl can not do, fire may. A,,1 hts morning, annoanco myself In favor any plan of reli"ioas attack that succeeds any Plaa of'religtoas attack, however radical, however oJd how1" unpopular, however hostile to all the conventionalities of Church and State.- If ono stylo of prayor does not do tho work, lot us try nnother stylab U tho church music of to-ddoes not get the victory, then let us make the assault with o backwoods chorus. If a prayer meeting at 7:3) in tho evening doej notsuccjaJ., let us havo ono as early ia the morning ns when tho nngel found w rostllug Jacob to much for him. If a sermon with the three authorized hoads doij uot do the work, then let let us havo a sermon with twouty heads, or no head at all. We want more heart In our song, more hoart la our alms-glv.nmore heart in our prayers, raoro hoart In od g, 1 iron-lou- cr -- audato'ofofJtthlr a. & ' I cap-tni- u Tip-to- day-sprin- 1 L-- t 1 . i m ro wood-wor- to-da- -- o 'WBk. &- to-d- ay o. 1 MM.1 1 .i 111111 -- . long-reachi- iflnnaP1' S to-d- -- old-sty- le sip-pin- indlg-satio- n, ftal f Mwltaatalfj jyijjj S ordinardy Iwats six'.y times a minute DUDE" AND CANE. AN ALCOHOL SWEAT. when you think of other tbomos an I talk In Throe Scones. How It - AiliniiiUter.Ml Ilntirly 1'rojier almut other thomo if your pulse doo3 not That It Should r, Doiit hy an Tid Hits. or eighty whoa you go up to s)vonty-llv- o Did you ever take one'.' No? Then you como to talk all mt Christ aud Iljavon, it is bjctiuso you do jt know tho ono and have much to learn. They irM knock a havo n poor chaucj of getli.ig to tho other. cold out, though, tli'sie's no question about on tho Supposo, in military circle that; anil if administered with duo caution morning of battle tho roll is called, nnd aro not so very bad to take. Tho trouble is, out of n thousand men only a bundrid the person having charge of the ceremonies men in tho regimont answered. What ox- one's mother if the victim Is a boy, or his ! citomont thero would b) in tho camp wifo if ho is a married man apt to What would tho Colonel say? What high xWVBiHk g the probities of talking thero would bo among tha alcohol and turn out too much. But I will and Majors, and tho Adjutants! describe one tliat my better-hal- f w rd came to headquarters that Supo30 engineered a few years ago. these delinquents had excused themselves 1 caught a thundering on tho ground thnt thoy had overslept cold somehow, themselves, or that tho morning was damp which didn't seem to loosni up at all, and and they woro afraid of getting fiolr feot in an eil moment asked my wife if sho had wot, or that they woro bus r cooking over tun tho motor of an alcohol sweat, My friends, this is tho morn !! of blie polled that she had not, but had seen the day of God Almighty's battlo! Do her mother do it lots of times and knew you not soe. the troops? Hoar you not nil just how it n accomplished. After it waj all over tho thought wettrred to me tho trumpets of heavou and tho drums of I hail in the mornim; scolded Imr rnn- tliat hell? Which sidu nrj you on? If you .siderably for a little mercantile transaction nro on tho right sido, to what cavnlry of hers the day before, by which she parted troop, ta what artillery serv ce, to what with a suit of my summer clothes but little girrisou duty do you boloag? In other worn lor a nav.vblue cigar set worth about In what Sabbath school do you words, forty-liv- e cents, and 1 shall alwas believe g teach? In what do you that the scoldintr had something to do with exhort? To what penitentiary do you dethe way she lired up the alcohol. But I o To what clare eternal liberty? don't seem to get started on tho story. MLDirATlO.V. do you nnnounco tho riches of Well, tlio way an alcohol is administered is this: You remove all your clothes heaven? What broken bmo of sorrow and take a seat on a chair. havo you ever set? Aro you doing nothA True Ijuvb JIatcli. After being seated, a thick blanket or quilt ing? Is It possiblo that a man or woman, now are you coming on? Imot seen is thrown around your ieroii, leaving tho sworn to bo a follower of tho Lird Josus you In somo time," rcinarkeditHostettcr ncau out a small quantity ot alcohol Is Is doing nothing? Christ, Thoa hido tho McGinnis on meeting Colonel AvTuierspoon. then poured on a plate, w hicli is thrust uu- horrible secret irom tho argots. Keep It "I have just returned fioiglhTbridal away from tho book of judgment. If you M nro doing nothing, do not let tho world tour." titr that "So you are married. H find it out, lest they chargo your religion M with being n falsa faco. Do not let your happen'.'"' " I married Miss TmercldajI,ouSCom. cowardico an l treason ba beard among was a lovu match between nj.ij tho martyrs about tho throno, less thoy It " You doa't say forgot tho sanctity of tho plao and curia prised, fordjheartl so. Well, i an? suryott say 'yourttotrayal of that causo for which would never marry except forotvjcKU you ikhT' thoy agonized and diod. "KsmereMa lias got thirty tbousai.i dolMay the eternal Go l romj us all to aclars in her own nnine." tion! As for myself, I fool I would lo "Is that what you call niarryingvfor v . Jo or" asbamod to dlo now and enter Hoavon tin ;, ' I KI marry for love,for I rapid X til 1 haw nc'omplis'iod something mora decisive for tho Lrd tint bought me. I hae married another girl v.lip had Sie -would lik. to join with you In nn ontl, same amount of tuunev if I 1ia.lvnnieti -A to. and Nho wasn't any" ugliei thaiij;Sjc. with hand b'gh upliftod to Hoavon, ndila, either."" 'J.ras Sfflin-f- . dor the t'hair. the llii'd lighted and the swearing now alloglanco to Josus Christ, opening in the blanket again closed. If nnd to work nnra for his cause and kiug-doNot o Cniry. too large a dose is not riwh the sensation how swiftly tho Oh! brethren, V011111; Undent baler (whoso brother-in-lais plcasurahlo at hrst, and bv shifting timo does go by! It sooms to m-- I novcr n;nl lifting the of the body has just failed) Oh, yesh, Moses he never a sumsaw such a swift summer dakes on dr.ailful. H valked de floor all I10111 the chair by the hands and arms, one mer that haa such nimble feet. It seems van generally stand it until the alcohol has to mo as If the years had gained some ti9w night, lie's xhu- -t gray betfectly grazy. burne I un and a feeliini of relief is Good Xatured Merchant Tel! Win not to I. This is brief, however, for in a power of locomotion a kind of speed trouble himself m niiK'li. Smh tiling n) few seconds the thing is repeated, and unelectric! happen. I.i't meeting of his less you are very had oil iudeed you begin If, this afternoon, you take a short creditors, otter hi rail a fifty ptr ent cash, a butcher." Atter ou have slojp, and you nro entitled to Ir, for God use my pcnmiial iufluenco to have,ami I'll to '.sweat like pail it ac- thrown off a tul or soot perspiration intended the Sabbath not only for rest cepted. ou nrc curried down with a coarse towel, for tho soul, but rest for tho body, you I). Fofety per shent! V. Kofeiy per then jump into bed, when you are loaded will at least havo ono or two hours In shent!! Veil, Moso vns feeliu' pretty bad, with quills, and a secondary sweat occurs. which to lay out a pi in for Christian but ho vasn't so graiy ns all dot. .77 You soon sink into the arms ot Morpheus, Huswork in this ecclesiastical yoar. Hambtcr. and in the morning the backbone of the cold in broken. band nnd wifo talk w.th oach othor. The i articular 0110 l refer Us in which Brothors and sisters resolvo upon somo st r.xi: 11. tn wife made her tlehut as stoker, was unnow wjrk for Christ O yoar knocs cry fortunate, however. In tho first place, she uuta God: ' Lord, what wilt Thon selected a rickety chair, which hud een its nnd to stay mo dor" have best days, aud had no caue seat to sieak of. on your kncs un'il you got I kicked on that chair, of course, hut she tho nnswer. Aro you ready to join overruled my object iou- -. saying that her with mo in sonu now work for Christ? mother imd just such a chair, which she I fool that there is such a thing ns classikept especially for similar occasions. Tho first trial was a success while it lasted, as cal piety, that thero is such a thinx as she poured out but a small dose, and I duly inular work, but it toems to mo that praised her dexterity. The second and what wo want now is concerted action. third trials were also satisfactory, ami Tho temple of Bjrlth is very broid, and was beginning to get thoroughly warmed it is very high. It has been going up by up, when she said: " Now will put in a the hands of men nnd devils, and 110 hulittle in re. ami oti must sit as still as man cn;!uery can demolish it; but if 1 told her to go ahead but to be tho o0,0X) ministers of Chris: in this careful, and didn't watrh her ns. she jMiured country should each tako a branch of the alcohol out. When site touched it oil tho tree of llfo, and all their congregaand closed tho blanket, I knew at one tions shau'd do tho sam", and wo should tliat she had oerdone the thing by several U was uot dieat alone that asspoonfuls. march on aud throw these branches sailed me ibis time, but the eri table flames. arjuud tho grant tomplos of sin, and And these didn't crawl aud loiter on the worldlmess and folly, it wo ill need way. but swarmed all oxer such tart of my no match or coal or torch of ours to I anatomv as cnuie within their reach. GUAVITATION. touch eff tho pile, for, as in tho days tiatura ly e!Iel, and made a desperate efof Eiijih, firo would fall from hoavon and fort to free myself from the blanket and ktudlo tho bontlro of Christian victory Was ftoluc to llo Katy. eel !u nee. when th chair srave way and I over demolished sin. It is kindling now. struck th home plate with a dull thud. TIh- drturcLst had filled tho prescription Uuzzah! Tho day Is ours! Jerusalem, but that plato tms hot! 1 will Still further, I learn from this subJMit while the man waited and walked up and not give you all the details, ns they might unfavorable to alcohol the dnnger of falso refuges. As soon as down the store and drummed! on the show- creats an case with his fingers, but as was jmating sweats, which aro leally very cood an I o theso Shechomitw got into tha the label and directions on the bottle he thorough, and succeed when nearly everyt toy thought thoy wer safe. thing else faila The spi inters of They said "Ilent'i will tak caro guvc a sudden start. hung down caught fire, ditto tho quick-cye- d '"Anything wrong?" asked the of us. Abimelrch may bnttr down everything else, ho can not bnttor down customer. That is ." this temple, wliero wo nro now hid." But "You hac made a mistake in the comvery soon they heard tho timlerH crackling, nnd tuy wero smo h r.?d with pounding and uot inI oison of some sort!" "Xo, haen't. I had left smoke, nnd thy miserably did. And the tincture of opium, thought all right. out I but it's you and I are just as much tempted to knew I hadn't made any mistake." fnlso rolugos. Tho mirror this morning "Oh. well." said the customer, as- ho remay have persuaded you thnt you have a ceived the bottle, "I wasn't going to kick 1 am getting comely chock; your best friends may bavo about it anyhow. it for a persuaded you that you have olegant neighbor!" D.in.it Free Pici. mnnners; Satan my havo told you thnt you nra all right, but Lear with ma If I Ilratl Caparltj". toll you that If unpardoned you nro nil He was a nice Lieutenant in the army, wrong, I hnva no clinometer by which to and was in Washington society after a semeasure how steep is tho inclined plank vere campaign of sixty days in Bed Skin you aro descending, but I know it is very society on the plains. The ladies were steep. "Well," you say, " f tho Uiblo is compelled to hear lilm talk of his hairtruo I am a sinner. Show ma soma breadth escapes and thrilling adventures, o ro.uge; I wdl step right into it" I every person in this audienco this aid one of them concluded to ambush him slay moment is stepping into somo kind of at the first opportunity anda tight him. He blanket, and we had a great time smotherwith the ing the threatened conflagration; and what refuge. Here you stop In tho tower of was telling 0110 day about "hostiles." with the smell of scorched woolen and good work. You say: "I shall bo "Ah, Miss Virgie," lie said, "you should cuticle, the funics of burning alcohol, my safe hero In this refuge." Tho battle- have seen that fight. yells, and tiie fright of Mrs. ., it was a ments nro adorned; the stops aro varnish"Were you there?" she akcd, innocently. regular monkey and parrot time. ed; on tho wails aro pictures o! nil tho "Yes. indeed, and I received a bullet in cs. indeed. Did it cure my cold? suffering you havo allevlat-and all tho the head."' Hither that or the fact that 1 had to lemain ".last one?" she inquired again, as inno- indoors for several days and take my gruel schools you hava ostaulishd, and all tho in bed, lying on my side, elfecttsl a comflno things you have over done. U. In cently as before. "Just one?"' he lcpeated, in surpri-plete recovery, and I didn't have another that tower you feel you are safe. B it hear cold that winter. I generally take a Turkyou not tho tramp of your unpardoned ish bath now though, when 1 fel a cold sins all around tho tower? They each have SCK.VU III. coming on, although I do think an alcohol ama'cb. They are kindling tho combussweat will do the work just as well, and tible material. You fool tho heat and tho there needn't be any trouble if everything suffocation. Oh! may you leap in time, is all right. Going to try it'--' That' right; tho gospel de laring: "By the deeds of but caution your wife about the dose, fco tho law shall no flesh living ba jastifl m1." VcfcV un. long. "Well," you say: "I havo been driven A lllteh In the Testimony. out of that tower; whero shall I go?" " So, Mr. Witness, you swear tliat at tho Step into this tower of in lifforence. You say: "If this tower is attacked, it will bo time this theft was committed on the south a great while before it is taken." You side you saw the prisoner on the 1101 tli But thero 13 nn Abimeloch feel at easa. side?"' with ruthloss assault coming on. Death " Yes, sir." and his forces nro gathering around, and ."Was lie going toward the south side or they demand that you surronder everywas ho coming from that direction?"' thing, nnd they c'.nmir for your immortal "I can't answer that now." "Why not?" overthrow, and thoy throw thoir skeleton "Because the nrms In tho windows, and with their iron t t tell 1110 which prisoner's lawyer forgot to wijj way north is." CVifciiyo fists they beat agaiust tho door, nnd Xcws. whiloyou aro trying to kaep them out you COXSTEHX'ATIO.V. of judgment kind boo tho torches . . .A.Mahleii's Soliloquy. ling, . nnd overy forost is n torch, 'Tis wondrous strango how great tho and every mountain a torch, and overy "how many would you expect a nan to re- change since 1 was in my teens; then I'd a M r sea a torch, and whilo tho Alps, nnd Py- ceive?"' and joined the gayest "Well, I don't know exactly 1 have beau and renees, and Himalayas turn into a livo coal, blown redder and redder by tho seen some heads which had room inlthem scenes, But lovers now have ceased to whirlwind breath of a God omnipotent, for a half bushel or more, and then again I vow no way they now contrive to poison, haven't." Vf. g hang or drown themselves because I'm what will become of yoar refuge of lies? It made tho young man so liphf headed thiriy-lhOnce, if the night was eer so someone, "you nro "But," stys ui.u nu aiiiiosk. icii uu iiie piazza. iMt' bright, 1 ne'er abroad could roam without in a very moan business, driving ciaitt Traveler. "the bliss, the honor, miss, of seeing you us from tower to tower." Oh, no! I want safe home." But now I go. through fain S'm'otiicr Girl. to tell you of n Gibraltar that never has and snow, fatigued and scarce alive, boon nnd never will be taken; of a wall A Fiftli Ward young man possesses a through all the dark, without a spark bethat no Satanic assault can scale; of n very liberal endowment of ierseverancc cause I'm thirty-fivChicago Tribune. bulwark that the judgment enrtLqunko "Miss B ," said he, "do yon love can not budge. Tho B bio refers to it He Declined the Oner. when it says "In God Is thy refugo, nnd me?" underneath they aro tho everlasting "I am sorry to say that I do not' was Gentleman (to little boy) What are you nrms." Oh! fling yourself into it Trend going to do with the puppy, little box? down unceremoniously everything that the reply. "Well, then," lie persevered, "won't you Intercepts you. Wodg your way there. Little Boy I'm going to drown him. Thoro aro enough hound of death and at least permit me to renew tho question Gentleman I'll give you a dollar for poril after you to makoyou hurry. Many tii'H evening?' him. the towa man hns perished j:ist outs-d"Xot this evening,"' said the maiden. Little Boy (after due consideration) er, with his foot on tho step, with his "May I ask some other evening?" 1 guess not. You see, I'd have to hand on tho latch. Oil got insido. Not "Xol some other evening, Mr. Q , but one surplus second hnvo you to spare. give most of the money to father, and I you may ask some other girL" iV. 1 Quick, quick, quick! wouldn't have the fun of drowning the dog. Great God, is life such nn uncertain Hernia. Xop, I guess I won't sell him. A. Y. Swu A11 Kit'riinent Worth Trying. thine? If I boar a liitlo too hard with my right feot on tbo oarth, does it break through Into tho gr.ivo? Is this world fj" What have you got in that bundle?" inwhich swings nt tho speed of thousands quired a wife of her husband. This Is un apple, larpe and round. of milos nn hour around the sun sroittf "A violin, my dear.'" At the top of tho barrel always found. with tenfold moro speed toward tho judtt- - , "Why, you can't playf men day? Oh, I am overborne witu tuo " Xo; but I'm going to give it to my thought, and In tho confusion I cry to one Tlds Is the apple, small and mean. nnd I cry to tho other: "O time! O eter-nit- barber." Always ut the bottom seen. O'thodead! O tho judgment day J "What for?" UriJQcxcatcr JmlcpttulerA. O Jesus! OGod!" But catching nt tho "Because I just heard that a tonsorial last apostrophe, I fool that I have some- artist out West was struck speechless while thing to hold on to, for ".n God is thy playing the fiddle." X y. A Cood Man. Journal. rofugo, nnd underneath thero nro the They were discussing tho merits of Mr. arms.7' And exhausted with His Arms In Frenzy Flying. Grabb, the lawyer: my failure to savo myself, I throw my "Mamma, what makes the minister make whole weight of body, "mind and soul In "1 don't wish to say anything against his this Divino promise, ns a weary child his arms go around soV asked a Httle girl character, but ;" here the speaker throws itself into tho nrms of Its mother; paused. as a wounded soldier throws himsolf on wulle at church yesterday. "Why, he seems a very religious man. "'Sh, my dear," whispered the mother; the hospital pillow; as a pursued man throws himsolf into tho refugo; for "in "he's only making gestures." lie never swears, never drinks, keeps tho God Is thy rofugo, and undrncnth the " After a brief 6'ilenco the child piped out: Sibiath aro thoovorlavliii nrnu." Ob, for a floou "Say, ma, 1 know "Yes, lie keeps tho Sabbath ntid n of toars with which ts oxpre tho joy tf trylns to catch flics what lie's doing. He's ch he cau lay his baud: &u."Z,i. F, Journal this eKfUal rucuel I- A FOUNTAIN OF FIRE. MS-nlflceuc- I e. I;ilt ANatural Wondr of Jndmcriliable 11 I caloric-producin- cip-tniu- s, s. prayer-mootin- alms-hous- sut cane-bottom- m "S -- 1 1 c v ep-- im rv m. w otva-siotiall- v 111 1 1 1 jhs-sible- ." - Looking on the woodland ways ! "With, One of the wonders of the Pennsylvaclumps of rhododcndrqms and great masses nia oil region is thus described by a lny of ilay blossoms!!! "There was an intervisitor "About four miles from esting group. "ersia. Tho bean was introduced iuto is a small stream called It included one vrho had been a "Cotton Britain bv the ttoman. spinner," bat was now so unchecked 'it Crock. It runs raralyzed'!! nnd uncontrolled in an easy serpentine y otecl nails aro now almost Th.it ho could only bear to lie in a reclinway very pleasant to the eye, through used. Chicago Ikrald. ing position. tho most beautiful of uncultivated land. This refers to my case. 1 was first Attacked twelve years ago Its clear waters reilect the wcepinff c TRICKS ON THE TRACKS with "Locomotor Ataxy" willow and handsome swamp plants iA of neneflber"mrrlr "cr cored) Knclnrers that border it for miles ami miles, like Dancer from Which Thrnnelie. Savo tha aud was for several years barely able to get 1'iihlic and unto nothing but a French plate mirror about. (Tho Hallway Review. And lor the last Fivo years not able to reflecting, a surrounding of foliage One who is accustomed to railway attend to my business, although plants. Near thero nn 'ravelin1; can scarcely realize how much Mmt ttilacs have been done for mc. 'foot-lo-g spans the creek. A party t " is dependent for safety upon tho Thelatt exprrlraent belnXeretretchIns Added to tho responsibility of capitalists put down a test well for oil Ivo year, ago 1 waj voteU into ibe tbeir station, engineers nre also in "conHomo for Incurables! Xear Manchester, eighteen years ago. Gas was struck instant danger of accidents caused by tho In May, !Si2. stead, and not then knowing tho use of tricks of jealous rivals. I am no "Advocate;" " For anything ia it, tho rigging was removed and the This rivalry, it is said, sometimes prompts to the doins of utterly moan tr.cks. the shape of patent" Medicines? place deserted, leaving tiio lighted gas And made many objections to my dear ANiekle Plate engineer after his very Hrst master alono in its glory. trip was laid oil because he had "cut out" wife's constant urging to try Hop Bitters, "Tho gas was of such force or presall tho bearinfs of his ensine. He was rebut finally to pacify her sure that it throw the salt water, which instated, however, after he proved that Consented!! has never been shut off, two hundred some rival had jilted his oiluuj can icith I had not quite finished the first bottle tmcry. Another new engineer was susfeet up into the air together with its pended when I felt a change como over me. This for burning out tbo flues of his was Saturday, November Sd. On Sunday weird llatnes, sprays falling again to tho boiler. Through grief nt the loss of his earth nnd ninning'on with :i gurgle to position bo died, and then a conscience-stricke- n morning I felt so strong I said to my room join tho creek in its 'on forever' song. rival confessed thnt he had put companions, "1 was suro 1 could "Walk! The grass around in a circle is sere and oilin (Ainsothatit foamed and showed So started across the floor and back. water at the top gauge, brown, tho heat from the burning gas there was scarcely a quart rrhen in reality 1 hanllr Vnrw hoT to contain myself. I u all orer in the boiler! strengtb each day, and eat intense, yet the water is ice cold. This Tbea fntenss jealousies, together with tlie houor. am calnlngany waikou :e safe tltbout. certainly is the finest and handsomest las ternble anxiety iuclueut to tbe.r tick' OrSupport. natural fountain in the country. One work, hiv a terribly straining effect ou am the nerve, and statistics tell 113 that, to1earnnow at rar own home, and hope soon to e abla can not realize the ellect ol the scene my own living again. I hao beta a member though Locomotive look the Manchester burning gas and crystal water in the air strong tnd vigorous, Engineers may all a uf"l'oyal Exchange" they are not Kor nearly thirty years, and most heartily conuntil it is witnessed, as it is by many healthy class. "Engineer A. S. ongoing lasu Haniptin, Indianapolis, lad., (Div. 143) gratulated gratefullytmo the room who travel miles to look on this wonder. Very yours. Jonx BLACKBl'Iur, MajicnrsTKB (Engl) Dec- -. 21, 1SS3. was on of thoso apparently hearty men, It is now said to be filled with debris, but gaysTwo years later am perfectly well. "The anxiety, strain he which keeps it from rislii'r above five joltine came near finishing ma.',' His and feet. Aa ,. , Prosecute the Swindler in catarrh of the bladder, made to have the owiicrs'get,!e"Wjel' Shut ie'used Warner's safe euro faithfully" If trfcrn ron call for i the drun-l- t hand out anythlriR tmt -- Urp ttiutrf with a green clutwr now cieaneu out. it returned to its fornvov J.fr ltwenty weeks and T. 8. exclaims: "la of. Hops on white laUfl. timet that tlmgKUt Ton Ingraham, ot wonldatlper; anil If hr hast aVen your money for a. man." rrlf.vT line lti.. frmnfnin enn1l1rlin ill- Cleveland, O., Assistant Chlof Engineer, lzm Kufl. tnillct Iiltn for too fraud and auehlra for l.n,I s uiiv ui im; til hjivu 'I.!.. ..nl.. .wutMU n. hha 'flt'tllll vh VAmftt and other prominent members nra also duniacc for the swindle, and we will reward to for mi luiiaiy li'ientllr the conviction. emphatic in its praise. wonders." ltttnlaryh Jjtri'ch. See L. H. Court Injunction B(ralnit C. D. "Warner Reading. Mlrh.. and all hli The Locomotive Engineers' Brotherhood and agtnta. has 17,000 members and 240 divisions. Its UruEglfcts, and other Imitator, take warning. CO. HOP BlTTEIiS IPFG NICKNAMES. headquarters are in Cleveland, O., where One Term of IrrNi n Which is Xow the Chief Engineer Arthur for twenty years has exercised aim' st dictatorial swny. It Name ol (.rrat I'eunmiiiatlun. was organized in August, ISC, by the emof tbo Michigan Central Of sarcastic nicknames there are ployes nearly two million dollars It has to the given scores of instances in history and widows and orphans of deceased members. The eminent Doctor Abcrnethy, Prof. Trilobito (eloquently): "Yes; nil of wrote a book called "."surgthings came by chance, nnd the great ical Observations." and from his invarislobe itself, like a mushroom, sprang up able habit of advising his patients to fn tbo night." Little Ressie Brighteye "I should like to know, please, sir. where read it, he became known as Doctor the seed came from." Admiral Vernon, because of n Easiest way to mark his custom of wearing a "Grogram"1 jam cloak in bad weather, was called "Old Leave a baby and some three minutes. dnPfrtlUQ Of h11ilhlMjfl ! II nr tntmurn nt tlie table for Urog." It was tin same Admiral Ver- alono Blade. Breat moment to those who fur any reaion are ucabls Toltdo t..furr.:sh the little one lth aatnre'a supply, whllo non, by thowav. who instituted the custhe .election cf a wet nurse Woclrlch, "Shoot Tolly as Shi riles," Co l'almer. dlraculi and rlt. Send to tom of serving out :t mixture of spirits -Ma..for ftimphletii on the tubiect. Ridge a Food and water to the seamen of the roval was tho way It appeared in tho proof-sli-Top. ha auereayf ally reared more chllurea thaa all other uoda comMced. nav. a beverage which thev called The argus-oyo- d however, f "grog," in memory of its originator. knew tho quotation intended and changed The niTi'KnS' GUIDE la Talleyrand, the French statesman, why it to rend: "Shoot Folly as she flies." lianrit Sept. and March, fntlij-far- . page, was famed alike for his wit and his sar- l'ope. Of courso it was an error, yet how daily committing much grnver HJixll'J lnclie,wlthover casm, was at one time Bishop of Autun, manj nro allowing tho first symptoms of errors by 3,500 lllnatratlona a. and iii- - many enemies jocularly spoke consumption to go unheeded. If afllicted iv hole Picture Cutlery. of him as "ilis Irreverent Reverence.' with loss of appetite, chilly sensations, or GIVES "Wholesale Prices to. Lindley Murray, by a similar play on hacking cough, it is suicidal Dr." delay a dirrtt to consumers on nil goods for Pirrce's single moment tho uso of personal or family nse. Telia how to words, was facetiously called tho "Golden Medical Discoveo'i" the great order, and give exact coat of fGrammarian." and only rclinblo remedy yet known for you uae, cat, drink, wear, or In 1759, :i few students in the old En this terribly fatal malady. Send two lettun ivlth. Theae INVALUABLE ter stamps for Dr. Pierce's comjdeto trcnt-is- o have glish university of Oxford formed themHOOKS contain Information gleaned-froDison thi disease. Address selves into a club, pledged themselves to pensary Medical Association, "World's N.Y. tlie ninrketa of the world. "Ve Buffalo, vlll mall a .opy Fit FIB to any n closer obcrvancc of college discipline upon receipt of 10 eta. to defray than had prevailed before that time.and "TnE battlo is not always to the expenae of Let tu hear from "ho nwnrdinl afterward united in works of practical stroug," said the judge, ns Itcapect fully, you. the butter premium at a county fair. Ut. piety and benevolence. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO J'aul Herald. They were the objects of the unspar227 & 22 iVnbah Avcnnr, Chlcaso, 111. ing ridicule of both students and tutors, I.aucli and Grow Tat," .None Rrnnlne nnlcs Iicarlnc this Stamp nnd wero dubbed in derision "The Holv is a precept easily preached, but not so JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE. Club." "Bible Moths," and "Bible easy to practice. If a person has no appenausea, fp- - 'aIMado In rintton. Concrqaa and fe Bigots." But what incensed their law- tite, but a distressing cr any dyspepsia, Iwils, e. Heti a runt, inexceuea less fellow students' most wastheirstriet sulting from inaction of the other ill itreIn I)urabili:!f, Comfort anil bowels, is Annearanee. A postal card attention to the rules laid down by the hupossiblo to got up such a laugh as will lent to as will brfnc you In- roduce alderraanic corpulence. In order now to Ktk university authorities: ami so, toevpress lonnation In any State &hoe i laugh v thisor 1 crniorj. their hatred and contempt, they called and to besatisfactorily you must bo well, well ,1. fetJ?"'-OAOii- -f them "Methodist.'"' This name stuck, in good order. you must have your brnvols a?. llMkn .V L "SXj. .Ilenna .vto.. You can do this nnd laugh o S ' 11 jiincom ou i(08ton.iiaj". and the "club" proved to bo the genu beartilv with Dr. Tierce's "Pleasant Purg- H . & of one of the greatest modern religious ative Pellets," tbo little regulators of tho liver and bowels and best promoters of v ,? c n v '. Holdall, in St. . denominations. firi:.i. Kit-tanni- ng Cow-anshan- eo bean is one of the mo3t ancient articles of human food. It was cultivated in Egypt in the earliest ages, and formed the common dish known among the Hebrews as pottage, for n dish of 'vhieh Esau bartered away his birth-righ- t. It is supposed to be a native of Listen to Your Wife. The Manchester one of the 44 Gciedm:, Jane B:h. 1SS3, iiji: A.! Windows" cxclti-ttvel- 1 pamljik-(Incas- fll iil 4 ;Mi i 1 -- Ex-Cht- ef a unsuccassfulj-jdrorUhasMbeo- n nor-TU- tt ttf T.''in,-'ttJesirl5 nlt-me- n bioo1-rnplt- y. iHS B. 1 attended-wlthmuca 4-i56 .Iy-Book- ." table-line- black-curra- nt p. proof-reade- r, o every--Iilr-- ad-drc- aa sick-head-ic- ....X a sUcris . W 1 ni-.T- 1 impr.-ssio- JSicholat. jollity. CKw Utm-pl- Strength of the Swiss Army. According to the officially published state of the Swiss army, it consisted on April 15, 1885. of 177 commissioned officers, of whom 31 belonged to the general staff, 17 to the railway division, and 155 to tho infantry. Commanders of battalions, of whom there aro some 2'jO, receive their appointments from tho cantons with whose contingents they respectively serve. The cavalry is by 2o officers, the artillery bv 118. the sanitary corps by 13, the engineer corps by "31, while to the veterinary service nro assigned D, to 55. and jutiec the administration is done by a tnfi" of 1C. The highest rank recognized in the Swiss army during peace is that of Colonel. The selection of a General to command the military forces of the Confederation in war is expressly reserved by the Constitution to the Federal Assembly. The effective strength of the army at the beginning of this 3ear was 200,751 men, thus apportioned: S aft' 777, infantrv. 100,119, cavalry 5.G2S. artillery 21.957, engineers, 5,825. sanitary service 2,370, com-iviand- oniewbera ulse. Tnr populardefittltion of enshier- - Cash -- Life. can-whic- h cured. Consultation free. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Assoc'n, Buffalo, X Y. declared "oil." PtKi'sTooTii citf- - Dnors cureln 1 minute,2rc. (iknh's Sulphur bcuuti8c. 25c. GeiuianCok.n ItK.uovE.it Kills Corns': Humous. in your pocket is worth two on your handkerchief. Waterloo obsrrrcr. A CENT Delicato diseases radically "X-o-- a. LEF'AGE'S D GLUE. V?f Wiif--v is a bet like a crank? When it is 1 UNEQUALLEDFOR CEMENTINO FrMrlJ WOOD. GLASS. CHINA. PAPER. LEATHER. c LONDON. 12 fxl AWARDED COLD MEDAL.1'ilno Munnt I Uml.n orjn Jt lr.ir.rf'l Tied byCar Co. tc. Atfil on'r hr the RUSSIA Palins I vS"'!"' CEMENT CO. GLOUCESTER, MASS. 60Lt o LVERYWHERE.amDlcTiuCaciic&tbT SaSisr lt. MiU-OS- - PIANOS-ORCA- NS The Omand 1'IAMI.S Is now so large that a lecond addl the factory h;s become Imperatlfe. Do not reju:re oneHjnancrasmuch tnnlDjjas I'lanos on tho preTalllnj wret pin svMem Consult Cataloene.free. lt Styles of OKttAXS, WSS to 0O. For ash. Eay Paymcnta, or llented. Hun MASON IMC, X7S7". XTCTKr Illii-ois- "Wayne, Du Page Co., , HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE alnrd ut e..0O,000, I'erclieron which Includca about & HAMLIH QRGAH AND PIANO COMPANY. llrc 146 Wabash Ave, Chicago, HI. 70 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES Whff parity of blood Is er toMI heil hr riedlprre In the Pereheron Stud Pock of France, the oiuj Stud Book ever publihed in that country, I ast and crontable. MADE IN A DAY llrnlilinc. or (neworoldl. Wi-aln- sup-pos- s DeliKlitfuI eiiipIoTanrnC i Ilooklnir, Kulttl PK. Tarn. A handsome Turkish rtt. worth of cumt waste. .U EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. X? . . ?Ar ax .m - STOCK GN HAKD: 1-iO x Imported Breed Marcs llmportcd Stallions, Old enough for Service, 200 "!"" TUC DTADI nn nil .M.tKKItcan beusMl mnclilnei. cr byhand. rLHilL A wonderful iaTention. It iiellHnt olfilil. IVirr SI. (Ml, Aeentn Wnlilecl. stamp lorcirculir. terms, and territory. JNO. li. HOITT ACO., lit 8 Mute 8U,ChIca. Hiiir madn with rats or ". Int l. d, e; administration 1,101. The remainder are attached to the Stall Secretariat and Department of Justice. The proportion of superior officers in the infantry is one to 1,030 men, in the cavalry one to 225, in the artillery one to 211, engineers one to 187, sanitary corps one lo 5G, ant! administration one to 20. Exrhangr. 125 COLTS old and yoiiceer. Recocnlilnr. th tiHn. VW clpleccptedbvall lntrl!!. Pent hrerter- - thr.t. how- .yiiJS ewCr we 11 hril nnlmfal tn.v 1. f ttltli ta li If t h.lt n.li ttntnnt reconled. they fhonld ho rained only as pradc, I will rvllall lmportrd Hock at (rraile prices when I cannot furnUh with the animal rold, pedijrrm TerificU by the original French certificate of Its number and record in therrrcheronbtudl'ookot France. lOO.pace Ilia, t rated Cataloeue sent free Wnyne. Ills., in 35 miles wctotCsica(o,on the Chicago Xorth.'Wes'vni Ity QV WP i"MiSf tiMtiy Two year No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes ' celebrated "K"I.I1'IK" JIAI.X:itutul JiIUIM.i; horse. Sam can not be sllppedby any ple Halter to any part of the U.S. free, on receipt of SI. Sold by all Saddlery. Hardware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to thel Trade ?" Send for lrlee-Ltst- J J C LlGUTuoi'sx.Itocbester.X.V. - vvV s billet-dou- x Tho irrigation works of Colorado learinp a red f fn tag; that Lorillard's are on a jrreat scale. The firaml Hiver 1'ni.e l.rnrflnenit: that Lorillard's Navy C'lipptnca. and that Lorlllanl'a Sauls, ara Ditch," in Western Colorful-.'- , at the be. the best and cheapest, quality conildercd feet wide at the ginning, is thirty-liv- e bottom, lifty feet wide at tho top, tivo Novelty Rug Machine feet deep for the first ten miles, then (Pat. pec 37. 1S8!). FormaSlDfr Itucs.TldIe.IIoodi.Mittens,etc. until tho last two and a half Sent by mail, full directions. miles are sixteen feet wiuY at the botMf.Cceatem Mr Jenk. why don't rou tell some on JJuilaPw tom, with three feot depth of water. The of these otherr maites of Axle Create Innead of the Manufacturers Stamped litis Patterns infrini:rinent. bend for circular. liearcofK. JIOSM CO., TOLEUO, OHIO. . FRAZF.K k inches is p. little over twenty-tw- o grade Mr. .lenks Because our cnitomeri ask for the f lo tiio n.ilc, which gives .t strong cur- FRAZER hare yon know, sir, that one dot. of the "QIC ntCCD onEAWATi.iJW(- Mr. O. I'd UrrcK.Machinn. If jcu wanton PltAZEIC Grease costs us nearly as much as two rent. One company engaged in the irriWaahinir senu u. your nnie. I. j. sjiii viww vmv.w 100 boxes of these other mates while we selllhetn all gating business has constructed over at the lame price. K..N.Y. on. The National Co., 33 box of the FRAZER is worth a One Ut. riiiles of canals in tlie Hio Grande valley touch J. three boxes of these other brands. aa m m m KITED An actise Man or Won in Li mrf Uhicagaiil'ribnw. tMr.C l nat is j ut me potnt.- - uy selling i nese otn- 750,000. at a cost of I ta'ountj to sell our roods. Satan S7I. DranasyounotoniyTnaKe twice as inucniorus on Ksprasss tn ad pr ! Tlncc. BmU and ilxpentrs.laaai rar.vcuiara ixurasyou maaeonine raaxKBi out your Caaiasiicz ouzoi man have to bur twice rrr three times as much WW &e.Btadard Sllrer. ware Co. THE MAHKETS. t It as they would of the FKA7.FK. tfHafedfr ,7! VUt.9 BUBO to run osan. w...r.f. vs.da wvrvn tiie utir bcst bi Cincinnati. October G, 1SS5. 6 2 nm wfcnwilj. Sirh.4Mau.OTl. ft7L?fDninw 2. LIVE STOCK m n R. U. AWARE THAT Lorillard's Olimas Plug: DEALERS vs. CONSUMERS. ,-- i " A, Tolntnxlui-ethsra,wwl- ll lr -.- -- nun o- Cnttlc-Coinino- iifl e. en-gag- od 9 -- e. AM Choice Hutclicrs o Si Common -- 3 70 Oood packers 3 (O SHEEP Unod to cho.ee FI.OUK Fuiiub led CHAIN Wheat-I.uiijbvNo. 2 led . Corn No. 2 iii.X'-d. .. Oats No. 2 mixed. Ilye No. 2 12 :VJ HAY Timothy No. 1 s oo TOHACCO-Coininon l.uirs. 10 m Good Medium . 'j ;k) PttOVlSIONrf-Po- rk .Mess... I.urd l'r ine stt-a'. u DUTTEK I'ancy Dairy 21 . Ohio Creamery HOGS rrj oi 4 4M 4. R (Si, 3 3 a rr 7n5AcTr)fm by Y 711 00 .7) Is a core oeranirM E.WaiCTRfflraBBWAWM Biliousness. Janndice, Headache. MIaria,Rhrnmatism, etc. It reenlatea the bowels, punfiei(the blood, strenct hens tho srteni. ANINVALUABLE FAWIJ-MEDICINE. rhouunds of Testimonials IroTettsIent. AST BECOOIgT WIIX.rE.t, TOC ITS JtZPUTATlOS mm mi wJHrf rfi V 7rrij-..--p- .Smith IS 4 50 Lirer Complsicts and ills caused frtorpid condition of the LiTer.as - ai(.tA, a iuu,iiii, nt. - W !)." s etc Speakers. Plalozuss. Oymnatlc. Fortune Tellers, Dream uooks. I'euates. x.etter writers, r.tiqueite. UicK&FiTZOESALn. It AnnfeUNew York, K.VII forfree Cataloeue of Books of Amusements. U- - JiJ.J & i 3!J 27 f. DO OPIUM (J. 9 8) 'J MORPniXE II.VB1TS quickly and painlessly cured at home. Frrn TrlnM'ntmr tolill. Hl'SUXB KEH EI V CO., Lafayette, lad. The most leautirul and finest toned Inthe world, inio pruts, tay SendforcatalOKue. Address WeaTcr Orsanft Piano pag-mr- i'i it 0 U" & 15 W fctti ORGANS API'LES-Pri- me 1 (X) 23 I V) POTATOES F1.0UH per barrel.. NEW ht-H- f . . 1 OJ &123 It. Indigestion Cured. ach. 1 declined In rirsh.and suffered all the usual depression attendant upon this terrible. At I falllmr to find relief tn anrthlc-relscof Sarin's Specific The medicinetoned up the stomach, strenct acned the dlsestlve ortans, and soon all that burning ceased, and 1 could food without dltacultr. Xuw my health Is trood, and can eat an) thins In th'e shape of food, and dizest H without dlrnculty. Takethe prescrlled do-- e after "ng. JAJinSMAI.X.Ko.llIrrSt. for sale by all drnpeists. Diseases mailed free. Treatise on Blood and bkln THF. bWlFT sPECIWO CO, .T,l57"V.KdEt. Prawer3. Atlanta. Ga. HAIR where. Wholesaleand retail B.C5'rchICO-,lJ3ttaoajn.3v.,t,nicasij. C O. Wles. Banes and Waves sentprice-llstr-e D. any. h YOltlv. . CHAIN POUK LAUD Sni'f and Weiern w . No. 2 icd Corn--No- -- No. !Ch.vti-- .53 i0 t 3 my 40 7.i I suffered for more than Ave years with Indigestion. fCarcelr niiintnrnt.fn ihp imnWt fund nn rar stom e. Cotton TurM-Kuhrom. RED RfiSllf iflll samples free tn erery person sendintc UvflUillUI to I-- T. WHITE. Eaton Itaplda, Mich. address i p, - mijic'l Oats nnxed Mess a K" Western ainniu CHICAGO 50 Ccio w & 6 22! ft la, CANCERS on trca'nient sent free. Aaaress- and cured without the knife. Aurora. tvaneco,iu- r?rS5 FI.OUK GKAIN O o No. 2 Oats No. 2 Kyc POUK Moss Corn LAUD-Slcmi: Stale and Western Wheat No. 2 ted.. No. 2 Ch.cngo Spnuf.. . ..use .. MS (Tf a5 45 CO EDUCATIONAL. tinUsI RTlTIsV.IdSecarcaBnslness Education br Cotxroe, Ilurtalo.N.Y. nUITiC mail. from A.K-- E. S11 25'fS is Vi ft (it 25 50 TO sis 1051 b & 5.87ij lIAI.TIMOItE. OUAIN-Wheat-No.2 v! V) 91 . Corn maud Oats imxcd... Pork PROVISIONS .Lard Kenned CA1TLE Medium a 500 & Sl!i iSH Mess ... .... W 2 50 'M a 3 00 625 SI ttlOOO Many a Lady Men Think tbey know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know ia not to have " . is beautiful, all but her skin ; !"', cry-thil- l? INDIANAPOLIS. $ Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. ft Flour A No. 1 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red mixed Cru mixed Oats POUK mess LAUD Ileum .....i. ......m a 15 tos "i .,.. 485- 93 -- v ft6 45K4 and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. it. tttfOO'-- f v f '. r i ' ? IhU r' I . f aS rcau mm ran E7,iwtas,s;aF-- v A . J . . f ,. V - UP "v- - v x csfcawfiH r "aeiWJSiSaBi -- JBpvrijrv-'-- ' " -- va; i r- - f r fc i - J". srlS The imformation. eommj? from tho Hirst Congressional district forVoncaflboyanice Kid Shoo at Plant's, SI .00 per pair. for Congress aro CYPRESS, SHINGLES. that fttudidatcs in the nniuro of a All heart Cypres Shingle, first chw in alreadv thick, is Miriirise. As long as Oscar Tnr every respect, kept constantly on hand, nJ hud for sale at lowwt pi ices. nor was tho monarch of all ho sur-ee- Carpets, Oil Clothb and ltugs, very epm Wit old Gibraltar district, Cheap, at H in the h. BUCHANAN. , i spirants for congressional honors BUCHANAN'S. 3,1. we're exceedingly scaice, but Capt. of OIVI' IU 1 by L In kpounds at tobacco lier Barrv, Fulton, You can buy a nice AJexandi-- kid Glove St one had the ucrvo to tacklo the lor which the highest market' price will be at Plant's, for 85c and 50c per pair. Old Outlaw' when all others stood paid in cash. back afraid, and accomplished his Bryan, Brown Shoo Co's Blue call and see our superb stock of Fancy Dry Goods and defeat. And now comes tho old Ribbon Shoes are the best school To have yo" The Court of Claims moots .Novelties, omvhich wo will guarantcc.to save you crowd who.so past political conMonday. gave Turner the only ground shoes ever put upon the market. duct ho ever had for success, skulking Parents will do well to examine Two stores wero burglarized from behind the bushes, eager to them. Have your children wear at Fulton, Friday night last. This largo and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and nr snatch from Stone his richly earn- them and your shoe bills will be Gen. Jno. S. Williams is said laurels, oi e he has had time to greatly reduced. be They can knowlcdged to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever? ed to favor Gen. Ruckucr for GoverBut found only at II. Buchanan's. Iiis seat in Congress. take brought to this market. Kcver in the history of niekinan, have gooda-beenor. Q Stone should be, and doubtless is. Don't buy any others until you have offered at such low prices, invincible among his people. Col. Henry Wilkerson,of May seen the Blue Ribbon Shoe. i fiield, is an applicant for an Indian commissioned ofilcors, Federal and Owensboro Messenger. of ts. 3 is Helling ALL WOOL FLANNEL Plaut agency. Confederate, from Kentucky in A new complication has rison at lG$c per yard. Full yard wido DomesElder Gook delivered an in- tho late civil war. This has nover in connection with tho Chinese tic, (hoavy) at 5o per yard. teresting discourse, Wednesday before been published. Tho book question. It appears that tho Aip!n Vinegar Just from tho Our sidy- of Ladles Dress Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with appro- - manv banrains too numerous to mention. But come with your figures, will be delivorcd to subscribers British government refuses to per- country beat for njakinp pickle, for sale nri it" Tnniniings (0 match, should be seen to be annrecialed. Wo have and "we'll discount them. Iso humbug we have the goods, and mean night, at the Methodist church. ,. ' C!?lij Co wo ill's Driyi Store. what we say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is the our tireasiiiaio nnsjj ou these troods Tho "Veiled Prophet'' display, with tho next two or .three weeks. mit its possessions to bo made u at Tho book is handsopiely bennd d limping ground for tho rejected ecpt25-most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from $2 to $20; fcize 1 warn a grand,splendor in former and printed on tho 'bocst of pimer, of- the United States, exfrom a i year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all sizes Chinese Oodnhaw ft Plant and W. L lK.ug-Iuyears, in St. Louis, was a decided &c. "W. II. Perrin. tho genial cept upon payment of a foe, which The for Men, ran be found unljr at Shots and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the failure this week. . managing editor of tho work," a U isqu'tc ii.'pootiblo tor the I'm I'l nut's. AH to!d und r a handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children's Mr.vErank Brisondinc, on Fii-da- y Kontuekian, and was connected ted States to paan.l which, Wrap3, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment oi jlfade We last, "was elected City Mar with tho old is an.QXorbitaut measure of Hoots taill warrant our Ontom First-ClasBoots and Shoes. Sole Acents for the celebeated Doutjlas Shoe, sold for They are and Slwcs. shal of Fulton. He is acknowl- before its consoli Ik O f rt nortlTlessiiessoftirc Chinese. S3, everv nair cruaranlced : vou can't beat them forS5 or SG. The Red rfl IP f Ml. frfVi tr ?rl TlMMT .f edged to be a goodofficer.-jj- i ilUH 4B.U.UIBWUW WTo rttgJ'ring goodjCnnton Phiunels. and yard wide Bleached and, UIIIU, r has bben made- b. 'j School House Shoe, fot children, from No. 4 to No. 2; can't be beatj JwtTlBRCHSjgp. oe otunoicustoms omcers on tuo $qttli4ty The President has appointed Brown Sheetings at do per yard; Best Feather Ticking at 15c; All Wool every pair warrai&a Honoris with'a'call and you will not regret it. reiwthwettnomfdhfyy-Ti- o M "f" A.H. Dudley to bo Postmaster at Red awl Wilitc Flaiitiels at 20c. Wo are prepared to, and will give you hflrw.. Excitement tn Tcxna. H. BUCHANAN, '- PrincotorirUaldwell County, Ky., Great cxcilcinenl has been caused in the ports to the department that while line , I vice Robert M. Cravens. vicinity of Pari?, Tex., by the remarkable strenuously endeavoring to carry Has on display a magnificent Mr- J. E. Corley, who wafo out the instructions of the famous of black Silks, embracing the folBxzKtEsat era iSmkU A SxW-.STomlasting from recovery of turn in bed, or raise Chinese circular, and eL jTfciWrMfifc Saturday evening until Sunday helpless he Could not said he wa9 dying ot "pan British soil Chinesenut back lowing line Radzmernoir, Ottohis head ; everybody who had morning, prevailed in tho vicinity Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's como into tho United States in man, Reps and IMain. These good Made the Low New Discovery was pent him- - Finding violatio'i of Devil's Lake, Dak. arc the btt Silks ever brought to of tho provisions of the large bottle and ibox will be xosTwo- - young men, of Wingo, relief, he bought a Life Pills; by thctimo restriction act, ho was met with a the Hickman market, and of Dr. King's New competisold at prices that defy firm in the place. Graves county, were held to answ- he had taken two boxes oi Pilla and two Canadian statute whether now than any other and We are er to thor Circuit Court, on the bottle of ihft liiacovprv. be was wellTrials or old docs not appear which re- tion. (Jlir StOCK OI I'OIIIWKU ill uuti J .ini iiiiu jvww:, la uuuijn-iv.- . pound. had gained in fleah thirty-si- x quired tho payment to tho treasucharge of stealing water-meloneverything from the finest French Kid for Ladies, to tKc HeavThe most beautiful patterns in All Wool showiiv Bottles of this Great Discovery lor con' rer of tiio Canadian goemment last week. Ingrain two nud three ply CarpetH, nt iest Boot fur Men's wear. Don't do yourself the injustice to overlook free at Moore & Landrum'e. sumption of oi) for each Chinaman as the Plant's. Curpetine frora 10; centa up, this line. Mayfield is to have a tobacco condition nrecedont of rcadmis- - cheapest ever oilered in Hickman. steimuery, a branch of a large Loufriend and the public The ladies of tho Missionary sion to WEannounce t.Blockr of all kinds of Furniture, generally, thai we have just receivedBritish soil. and solicit the trado of parties wishisville concern. This with iter two Society gave a most enjoyable enhas fairly commenced The rush e con ebow all styled of turniturem plain and fancy. ALk, n fine lii. ing to buy. will make her quite a tertainment at Mrs. Ilubbaid'Sj warehouses Tm: gratifying repoit of general at Buchanan's. The ladies are in of ISF CS v tobacco center. last Friday afternoon, it being the activity in business continues to testacies over the magnificent line Capt. Clint Handle is a candi evening for the monthly mooting. come from nearly all parts of the of Dress Goods and Trimmings date for Circuit Court Jude of Tho regular order of business was country. The movement is some- exhibited at this popular house. . was this district. A more popular or observed, during which therewere what uneven; more active in some they all say that the goods excel styles, which districts, particularly in tho South tilting, man could not be found reading of lealiets, I n Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct desire. "Wc propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the time. You can rest objured We have everything your heart could very interesting and instructive and Southwest, and less acthe in all others in Hickman in elegance .mil leading III low liriCC with la search warrant. you need never leave lour house to look for cheaper goods. "We propone to fell ne low as. in regard to "Woinan'3 work for fcomo parts of the Eastern States, and cheapness. Don't buy until The Ladies are invited to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock is any retail Furniture Blore in the "Purchase. Very Women ;" also, a most excellent respectfully, vou have seen them. new, and we are showing all the latest novelties, in snort ana long uarTho business revival keeps on letter from Mrs. W. L. Duckworth, the trade in cotton goods being decidedly mentioned as T. AVILBURN & CO. tcvivingju a way to rejoice the Corresponding Secretary. Broth- less animation showing hands. As in first OYSTERS! period of strain er Heffley then uindo a few very It has over been our intention to undersell, and if you will only try us, EST'S.ore room3in new Odd Fellows buildintr. hearts of all. The Ovatem by the wc will convince you that we are doing it. lias bceua trying one, but it is appropriate remarks, giving an op- a whole, however, trade retains THE fredufst and kinds of Repairing done on short notice, nnd In a workmanship ptylc. Alt volume and liveliness can, or nerved at any bonr, and in any c cr we are prepared to give special inducements as passln 0 .... ..J, ....... f ..... nii mMo, .wvo nrn portunity to all present, not mem- tho H ari recently recovered and this is at way always to be bad during, tbe roseate. bers of the Society, to become tested both by a better stato oi present season, at tho AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE, Will S. Hays, tho river editor such. Several names wero added retail business and by tho vory The pntronago of ladle Solicited, and of tho Courier-Journahas joined to the toll. The company was largo traffic oxer tho railroads in sjieciai; arrangement for their polite atHavorley's Ministrel Troupe. lie then invited out to tea, where was westerly directions. Certainly, as tention. LACIXDE HOUSE. haa made, a contract with them for found a table spread with the much has been gained as could bo septll most delicious edibles, too numer- expected by any but the most throe 'years. As a sweet SJnillnRuniP, the Wntrii ranker, is Wo v. ill only sanguine: and tho fact that prices now located in Monrc & Laiidmra's druc L3HJ musician of genius ho ous to mention. EZ33 rj speak of the beautiful cako ami havo made only a mordtrato ad store. Hukilland rtlittbiiity ha.f been staudafvery high. w$ apd heislocnted here citron, nice fruit and splendid tea vance is - prm-ntho best omen for Reports from Virginia indicate and coffee. Miss Castleuian was isolidatinirofthe imnrovomeut. con- to always make good his ronnees. that Gen. Fitzhno Leo will bo present, and favored the ladies The Latett Stylr, Nicest and Cheap-(elected over Wise by at least fif- with somo nico music. Altogether, t4 Tnn silver dollar is now worth Tstdt't and Mistrt tjloaks, at enteen thousand majority. The Tea'' was a tho but 79 cents in gold. Elizabeth-tow- n J. Amberg's Sons. thusiasm is said to surpass any- ded SKCCSS. Nows. thing witnessed in the State since How i8 it then that the silver baa ::allnsnt:ie, the tho war. Whnt Cnu Zio Done. !Ol..r. . I. it - (q fiianv nmittdn rf ef4tabliHhe! a reputntion 3" a ekillful work ...... .j j'v"v ' w, "jap jl T W ili'.iUi By fli i H tr" 5 The Commissioner of Agricul- mnnv trying again and keeping up cour things seeminulr impossible may sugar, cofleo, Hour, or aG much of man second to no one it. hu line, and hll"; wliom ho ha.- drne work will viTZ dreia for ture for Kentucky says in his attained. Hundreds of bojieleEs case of ":.p monthly crop report: ''On the Kidnev and Liver Complaint Lave been any nrtielo the merchant has for dence hia reliability. Call at Moore & t the whole, the general tone of the mred "bv Electric BitteM, after everything , sale as the greenback or gold dol Landruo's. e VlMJUm So, in We are now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surround letters from all sections of the pKk -lisd been triedcare vain.vou. butdon'i lar? Let a merchant undertake t. CHOICE lot of SSeui for trv for u;L- .. . ,. lug country and towns the largest and best '.-!,State is to the effect that the far ...(. w ii.om is nn There w no nieuicineso to Uiscouui, llC silver UOlinr, ami. Jr 5o per uni, at CroX .1. Hitter. mors 'have little to complain - KLvtrio pure, and so perfect a Blond 1'uri McaK & Shaw's. ' 'R, : Wc .will sell for the next 30 dayb, FOR CASH, our entire stock, of safe, so wjj 8oC w,oro i,e trade gOOS. as they themselves ex puss It. jfipn Kiectri? BitteMW ill cure Dyspepsia, . 1T incases will put a sfyluth flat on ymt Qlassv-are- , Tho postofTices in the old Diabetes andinanafTectiona ci me ivumep. A j AKAGIiAPH IS going tJO Wooden- of Stomich and is Invaluable and dress yon in one ' onr latr stytr Gibraltar are being considered in Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficul-- , rounds to the elTect that there 18 ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting Washington. Several appoint- t; . 'r.-r- .nauner in the Suits; also, Jit yoa with a Cu&t'tm ottlea only CO eta. at Moore i not an our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, wc Made pair of Hoots or Shoes, for lea r I 'nnl- - Stni-.,.- ments have been made, vis: Mrs. & Landrum's. Cherokee Nation. This is not l,.ltmrr Vslni'ns 81 K nrrc JCails can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladies to. than yoa think wc can. Come Lucv A. Johnson, at Benton; in new communities. It has money 9 Duz. AxeSj 27 Sugar Kettles, see our stock of 1 Buckeye Force Pump, Wickliflo, S. J. Moore; Eddy ville. The sensation of the day is long been a border custom for ami see. wmJ 2 Cows, 2 lIorse, Spring "Wagon, 13 Clock, septiuu J. Amberg's Sons. Miss Sadie Youug, and Wingo, J. accident insurance. Go where committees to call on 1 Dwelling House. CLOAKS, 2 Business Houses, New Wagon, V. Moore. yon will in this community, and paupers and invito them to take a JERSEYS, All will be sold at cost and less. we Congressman Campbell, of that's the talk. Last week Ot- trip somewhere. As tho invito. A Rood portab'e SAW MILL, 25 hore DRESS GOODS, Ohio, estimates tho vote of that printed tho certificate of Mr. in- tions aro usually accepted such power, and in good condition. AUo, FOU K :ri tetsi TRIMMINGS, .able to Stato as follows: Hoadly, 3i0,000; to Hertwcck, whoso hand was in communities arc often this class MULK3 and Lob Wmcon; and 7 Yoke of tjtZ ca tssi? and the late novelties in EMBROIDERIES, LACES, a machine Oxen, Wgan, chains 4c , complete. For Foraker, 331,000; Leonard, 30,000. jured in operatingacknowledging boast of immunity from of dependents. further information, apply to or ad Ire, NECKWEAR. esti- tim wiifon f:ictorv. He adds, however, that Ids E T. SMITH, "SATURDAY NIGHT OR FEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." mate "is'conjcstural and liable to tho payment of $G0, tho pay for aug!4-1ilotxjv, Ky. J- - W- revision tas ho electisu approach- six weeks lost time, occasioned bj & CO. All goods as represented. Call and see them. H. BUCHANAN'S Working people, S02STS, es, but is probably not far irom said accident. perfect fit- If yon viant a model Jilting Suit of AlKpqr5ons indebted to above firm must settle at once, or the claims especially those operating m- - Stock o Tailor-mad- e, the truth." chinery, or engaged in a oc: nons tins Clothimr for Men, Boys and Good Clothing, jnst go and see the will bV placed in tho hands of an oilicer for collection. M. linblo to accidents, should avail Children, is now complete. This stock nt Tho grocery stores of F. Wrtr sepli J. W. C. & CO. J. ASIBEBG'S SONS. Thomas and Fowler & Sons, of themselves of this cheap insu- - magnificent line of Goods is far su sepfll-G- t .. 1.I...1. i wo pmmsn ..nr Fulton, wero entered Friday night raucc. hub wcck perior to anything in this part of Carpels 0id OU Cloths am 6$ hovght last, and robbed. From Fowler from Mrs. Oscar Ilider. ac- the country and wilt be sold much acvery low. Come and sec, & Sons they stole S2G in money, knowledging receipt of $1,000 cheaper than can be found bran- cident life policy, on her late husJ. AMBERG'S SONSi seytl and from Thomas only some DBALBH these beautiCall and dy is missing. Tho tracks near band, who died from accidental ful Goods before ?ce buying and be 52?g-QClioice Family Groceries always on j the store indicate that a man and blood poisoning, while slaughter- convineed. hand, and will sell as low as can be a woman wero the burglars. ing a beef. Mr.T. M. French is bought in any vnartot. solid, DUTTGrS, es The indications are that the tho Agent, and represents compaThe jury in the case of Chesley vptU-G- t J. AjIUERG'S Soxs- - ESS ES dealing prompt paying lair reGhambers, on trial at Bloomiugton, State Equalization law will be 3.' or Kcu!. AND Ind., charged with the Monon expealed. The main objection is nies. TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," PATENT press robbery' failed to agree on a The onl ended 6tore roota on Clinton requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the while it makes an arbitrary that Accident Policy VaiA. verdict. The jury Btood six for ctrnnt. lntfllv occunied bv Alexander &. claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e and uncertain equalization of tax- Abdominal Supports Tl.U ?a tn pprtifv tlmt I have thi3 day ro- - conviction and fourtciu years' .Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, several 8, it costB the dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the rivals the Applv to jSTEW in reiritil nf T. M. French. Accntof ofHart- imprisonment and six for acquit- on reasonable ternn. E. T. GARDNER. . besVU-jN-ever tkonBand dollars annually, and ot this evening, some other evening," is what they say when MEDIC IN2ES! Traveler's Insuranco Company no tense increases the Stato on the 4th National tal. ford, Conn., a check askcdtojgivo any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" SEWING MACHINES :P.AjnsrT ftjrUSE & SHAW are selling Xo. 10 goods. This is a good way for people whd keep Bank of Xew York, for 51,000, it being m inferior goods and wish fiilinnvmnntof an amident nolicv taken The disnlav of Hosiery, Gloves. J3X SOUTH "END CHILLED rLCAVS Thursday night while Mr. Dun-la- p hv mv late to makcjtiiein go by "blowing," but it is not my way. Oocar .Ryder. Siid Neck-Wea- r, jAlZsTXV. Haijd kerchiefs, Ladies for 7.50.. Now ia tho time to buy- Shaw. Mnrphey was handling a pistol mnriw was n.iid.without anv troub'c or OX; Muse & T" w- v. ilenUy4K,went.ofF,.aud.would penneojaj it cp-ntt v i i Ilurlingamc, is locab&ve "seriously woundod MY. An- recomincn TOILET KRTli Tlie -Company JL. crLa ted permanently in Hickman ; and if he derson Geo had not the ball struck ranee. Tl & watch, a bntton on his pants which made and tlie prices are ridiculously low fixe your reliabilityis ofalways at home to prove'tho hi3 work. is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate S&'LOW PRICES &C., &C., &Q.hA &c., &c, &c. the ball glanco off and only made Obion county, Tonn. Don't fail to see this elegant lino with'nr;U-clas- s Goods. This is the point and escencc of this discourse, slight flesh wound. It was a before buying. .ill kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you narrow escape, as the ball would Tnn fooling among white miners Lime, bulphitc of Iron, Carbolic Acid, is, nnd perhaps you don't; if you want eSTPrescriptions Wed at any hour, day or night Ring night bell after 10 o'clock knowwhat have entered his bowels and pcr- - against tho Chineso in tho far It is believed by tho Signal Chloride of Soda. For sale at Driig Store1. the tesiKgivegood a FURNITURE show you. v. ai. me call and I will COWOILL'S baps proved dangerous. West continues sullen, strong and Service authorities that it will Diamond Sewing Machine, the dangerous. Even the sevcro and soon bo practicable to send out I am also agent for the light-runniDon't forget that Salmon's & Haas ladies friend. almost universal condemnation of trustworthy warnings to localities A new rival of Sam Jones' is Celestials about to be visited by tornadoes Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to N. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duthe electric evangelist, Mrs. Maria tho cruel massacro of weeks among Iiors ago in time to have necessary precau- stop the Cholera it, or money and keep plicate IS-L- O W PRICES." suf- at Bock Spring, three Customers politely served on short noWbodworth. Through much refunded, them from taking Store across the street from Ilolcombe's new drug store. by affliction she has lias not awed it into subjection. tions taken against them. fering and diro tice. spirit prevails in J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. been impelled to religious work. Tho Respectfully, Caps, at Ladies Seal-lIn addition to tho magnetic influ- Wyoming, Montana,in Oregon jmd every coal Jtiiportnnl o Slii;ern ana II. Buchanan's. ence which most women possess Washington, and The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse bf farmers. electri- miming camp in these territories she is endowed with great aro organizing to & SHAW announce to the public MUSE cal and healing powers. She puts the whito miners H. BUClIAiSTAN that they are prepared to handle any and many of her hearers into trances, drive out tho Mongolians. n Has fitted up a nice room for Iih all kinds of produce for shipment bytoriver keeping them in that condition for the or rail. Special attention given hours or days, in which state thoy BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LAOIES Cloakb an 1 Vrapi, for L:ulies and shipmeut of fruits. All business entrusted Has a splendid stock of the very best makes bf all kinds of Hardware He cordially invites the to their care will have prompt attention. Mi?scs. aee visions and dream dreams. which are oifcred at TlTISSMOLLIE JUDGE that Will keep She is evidently the coming reli- 1YJL her Fall and Winter announcesMilli- Ladies of Hickman and surround- on hand. plenty of barrels and fruit boxes stock of gions wonder of the ago. nery Gds, Novelties, and Notion, is n0w ing country to call and examine open anu reatiy lor inspection ana Baic. this superb and elegant line of RusAladY acting an sheriff of Green Do vou want a THRE9IIING Judge is a young lady of rare SUCCESSORS TO MILL, STKAM ENGINE, Co. Ind. has posted the following Mis experience, and will no doubt tate sian Circulars, Newmarkets, Jackff and this SOKQIIUM .MILL, COITOX GIN, CORN They arc notice: eenson a she has in the past, fascinate the ets, Ac, before buying. and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed tcj .It- T-I- . anything & uNo admittance to see prisoners. ladies of this community with her cxnuU- - the most elegant fitting Garments CliUSIICR, or do, go to in the machinery MUSE & SHAW be exactly as represented. ite belections of goods, and hor tasteful! in this section of country and will line? If yoa There is too much responsibility nnd set their prices. They ore ngeuls for work. and g to and artistic styles andIhc latest goods most be sold at prices to suit the times. the Kingsland, Fcrgusou & CoV, Machineattached to their grades of fashionable have DBUas.MEDICINES.'.BOOKS, STATION'AItY, and School Supplies. ry and Mill Supplies. permit indiscriminate visiting. I been purchased, and prices marked down Fancy GOODS. TOYS, and PICTURES. DRUGGISTS' have my household work to do and to tlie lowest possible figures. With many SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, nucldcii'H Arnicn. SnlTO. ou-thia city, at AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. I have no time to stand guard thanks forispast favors, a share of. public tlieIn4th ist., Jlr- - the Nichols Houso,.Miss j Tin: BestSilve in the world for Cats, ,.. solicited. iiarnc3 to when parties come to see prisoners. patronage WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Bruise-- Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithenm, Fever Mattic Upton. And they do not care to bo seen. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Sores, The hest roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed.' " colored. W. A. M 03ISO3J, Beiatisl, r. L. MOORE can be found at Dr. FARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore & The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give-spe- ' Please do not intrude." Corns, and all bkin hruptions, and posi On Sept. 30, Polk Upsliaw to Mrs. Mar- lively cures lues, or no pav required. be at Hickman It, Landrum's. inl inducements .. correspondence solicited. The Louisville Post says the Willand Wednesday. next MondajTues-da- y tha Smith. to give perfect satisfaction, is guaranteed Cannot stayon-c- r. season will begin in Ken- till parties wishing dental work donEwill On Pept. 30, Jordan Harbor to Martha or money refandod. Price 25 cents per shooting S A. bos. ForSnIc&tl'rOOKEJcLANDRUMS tucky ou tho 20th of October." please cull at my office, at LaeledeTlIouic IauderJalo. S.-,- v .. 4 -- fe il LOCAL NEWS. -- -- vanced copy of the History of Kentucky, "to which thero are many subscribers in this county. The history euibraees 21 chapters and two appendix about GM pages. Part second embraces :; history of the Purchase, with a sketch of each coiin-ty- and a biographical department of pioneers and prominent pcoplo of the Purchase, and is about o50 pages. The ontiro book has about 1,000 pages, illustrated with numerous engravings of public buildings throughout tho State, and historical places ot interest, together with portraits of Clav, Shelby, and Daniel Boone, and a number of the pioneers and prominent men of tho Purchase district. Appendix A is filled with explanatory notes of the general History, and appendix B contains a record f.f U'c have been shown an ad- & 330OSI 15Vs, Jl r ioe. - i CITY ITEMS. P SI FH'i to fhd of Iiw Iriik mt &-j- & r Plllt Sm dlt W3!al5 n "rami - i an i iii;' Bros 3t - h per-itan- THEY ALWAYS SUIT! s. 1 ! - -- vf rflff (PY L n 4 -- K" i IE3l,13L'fc Vho r, - Prices? -- s, rs t O) T1 S T Ful-tonia- n. R ul-in- bt SSsY-A- U de-dre- ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. l, song-writer-iu- td , OKJI If I Watch-mike- r, tt-i- i- Cg p'a - ik ii - -- - i . Hardware, Troware, I able-bodie- d .v-u- nn-usu- al able-bodie- d ST ! G1 2t . CQRMAN J. 'S w-tifica- te eifee-whe- re. J. W. OOWGlIiL. in tPruss tax-paye- rs rov-enu- e. home s uft-ITJ- D hu.-b.in- d. . ... Wjitcll-idako- f, nr J &JL2JL. ti wt jpqgp ,; JFul-tonia- u. j ng anti-Chine- se ur a Lai diiffli COM3?lSri0 OJSTE EOKTTJjSrE PRICE3 safe-keepin- , R FIN6. V- - PRESCHIPTIOiSrS SPECIALTY. e.erevakdi;;;;: 5 P' l rtx. 2 ' L 5? TOSS SftSS imz i; ' 4 . ht, jr. i -- : 5 1? 9 IU1 lias now received his full stock of EALL AND first-clas- i 1WI Si: WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete in all departments. These Goods were bought boforo the &tQ Eig Goods and will he sold at lower prices than can he found at any other house in this section of country. He has completely outdone s Kise in prices, and they are all all former purchases in quality, price and style, llecollect this house dtscoutns all advertised prices. J,l II II J. Ml JIU . & I , or outsido to cducato onr own i3 a nico "aid" )iccc of sweet scented; folly of tho worst sort! Next generation In reply to tho Ilickmaii Coumonoy rier's desire to know some of tho u call will come up for to feed changes which ought to bo mado through Federal legislation ille in tlio constitution, we mention a or clothe our children.!-Louisv,. 5 Democrat. chinse forbidding local or special 1 ' )rivate legislation. There should And if your children k? naked bo no special privileges granted, and starving it wiV jio$p.nd you and tho doctrine of equal rights, inUiandltOjtfrfusji tieWjMMkawdl privileged classes should bo mado effective. AM clothing. v,SoIoug aKontnckykindR nf hncinnen W..W..... lm ulnnnil I stands 5th in the score ,of illitcra. v . V..w...W shnnlil .XW ,...SV.. under general laws. We mention cy, her childrf1 ''uateu ana star-tlii- s in order to hear his objection vin" for to lack of education, JgP to it. Paducah Kcws. a1 thltt gtimontaliiy of "self-re- J? Tho above is tho reply to the snocn,i manliness" appears like Courier's inquiry ask'g tho humor of tho grim. Bort. Ihe News to name somo of the "in- same assumed "self-respeaud sufferable ovils" from tho present manliness" wonld destroy tho constitution such as should impel presont free school system of a people to revolution. For reply, Kentucky, for moro than one half wo say that, tho grievance named tho counties draw moro money is clearly remediable by each Leg- from the school fund than thoy islature, prohibiting or restricting pay into it. the consideration of local bills. Furthermore, tho Federal GovThe fact that Legislatures have ernment freed tho negro and failed to rollect tho popular will thrust tho duties and responsibilby adopting and maintaining such ities of citizenship upon him. when tho whites of tho South a rule, is no encouragement to the ...,. K..n.u..n,l l .:m. 1,.w1 ..l ..v a,w! !. voter to believe that a questiona convention ignorant and uneducated, and a3 bly called sovereignty would apply tho remedy. Tho an act of justice both to the whites and blacks of great expenso of so much local tho federal government the South, ought to legislation i3 a grievanconpon the assume a portion of tho burden people, but tho present constitu- in oducating these colored peotion does not impose it, or pre- ple. vent the application of a remedy; Every community shonld do and henco is not an evil of the certain things for itself or not nature to drivo a people into call itself a community. Among changing their form of govern- tlio first and simplest of these ment by forco or revolution. Toint things is to cducato its own chilus to some ovils that the present dren as well to feed and clotho them. Louisvillo Democrat. constitution imposes, fixes upon If each community should edutho people, and not to cate its own children, then why acts of Legislatures, or erroneous not each individual, each family, decisions of courts. When you do as much for its own? If this name evils fixed upon us by tho bo right, then tho free present constitution, then an in- theory school system in uYis .State, in any telligent people can see somo cerin all tain promise of reiicf by destroying other State, aud onosajj-Feileiv- countries, i wrong. If in tlio instrument Hint imposes such evils, throwing off tho yoke rev- al aid to education" yonopposc freo Bchoolsm genolution. When you do this, you the system of eral, why not como out aud say will find tho people qnick to see so? any danger to lifo, liberty, or tho THE WBMS GQUPJIB. Waiting for foreign Silver, Wheat, Cotton and Corn. OUR CAPT. STONE, ;t $ !T ! ' 1 fciitr-- 1 4 ,js attention. Already tho Postmaster General, with whom Mr. Yr tu tlieir care. Factory. Stone has had a conference, has OKico Furniture nov8'7e fyst-classent to tho President a recommendation of .Mr. Dudley for the postmastership at Princeton, and c. L. in a tew days tho appointment it- ATTORNEY Af UW self will lie made Tlieroare good reasons for savinir that Mr. Puck- Agent ott, of Lyon county, whose appli-an- d Collector, Roal Estate HICKMAN, KY. cation for an Indian Inspector-worheard in opposition to ship was filed by Mr. Stone sev-it- . tSf Will attend promptly to all busl was And further, the federal gov-- ' eral months ago, 'will in a short nc89 entrusted liini in Southwc&teri eminent is at this day actually while receivo an appointment from Kentucky ftnd Northwestern Tcnncabee Special attention given to the investiga "hnvmif find tiaVlUCTlOI, cash down tiio Interior Demirtmont. Ho will mica, uu us pwrcnasu Wild UrOllUC ed in ... , tret an finikin IiiNiicctorshin. , tion of Kin-h.." fill tllO not on , I"jan8 eale of Heal Estate. tho United States and not a u ord but something else he may like oven better. .Mr. Uoo. warren is heard in opposition to tins Tt. is Rillv to class L'old and sil will be appointed postmaster at .A.. A.. ver with such commodities as Hickman. lie is tho well known PHYSICAN AND SURBEON, wheat, cotton and iron. They are editor of tho Hickman Courier, commodities, indeed, but they aro and is tho cleverest man of hie HICKMAN, KENTUCKY something more; they aro money j inches in Kentucky. If tho Padu his Professional Services to the established money of tho cah peoplo can como to a conclu- - OI'FEIIS of Hickman and vicinity. in regard to the postmaster- - janl0-'8- 0 countrv. This is a peculir prop-Ifjio- n orty which no outer cominouity ship there and will then comply possesses. The government doos witli the requirements ot tho Denot have its own elevators for tho partment, they can have a new storage of wheat and corn, nor postmaster, whother he shall be DRM.FM IS for ginning cot- Mr. Wilcox or not. its own for moltton, nor its own furnaces ing iron ; but it docs have its own Iflssrcler i liS&ZicO'oaisty. ASD ALSO. assay offices for testing the fineness' of gold and silver, and its Jarknn Dispute li.j Net., Seines, Lines, Hooks, and nllkind Mr. E. V. Fogg, a young mau of I tailing Tackle and Supplier, at a liar own mints fpr weighing, melting, mixing and coining them into who was born and raised in this gniw. Groceries and Family Supplies gen .. v erally. pieces: of specific size and weight counij nuu wiiuae iiiouioi : ,.A..xtrtnn,- l- rri.i.ic on or relatives .live about 10 miles : :i ...i it. in i i:iiiiili)lii nil by a Mr. East of Saddlery aijd Harness other persons to do this ; tho work Hayes inhere, was killed Lako county Monday of is a function of sovereignty which been work-iti- g msikCH it roeorvos to itKolf. Thisbetween last week, .Fogg. had owns a sawfor Hayes who an important diflerenco & FARRISS, mill. Ho quit work and in making PLUMMER gold and silver and all other com- a settlement a dlsputo arose, Hayes modities. called Fogg a liar and the latter Jackson St., opposite Courier Office, - - - KY. HICK. VAN, knocked him down nith apiece 4311SHCKC Cnipetxio:i. up A of scantling. Fogg let Hayes WELL selected stock of Saddles and Laramie, Wy., Sopt. 25. Thero and turning his back to him said t Harness. New work made to order. pursuit of happiness. Point out T5ie I'asr druse." is considerable cxcitcmenl in this he did not want any difficulty and Prompt attention given to such evilsiand tho preaent consti- From Wayfleld Jlonl'or. territory in regard to the Chinese started off when Hayes picked up 31 E tution will bo but a ropo of sand Under the above head, Mr. War- labor problem. The Union Pacific tho scantling and struck Fogg on A I B A' G Hickman Courier, some railway has been importing the the back of his head knocking him of anykin(h IIe ,ias iccureJ thc Berviccu before tho mighty voice of an ren, of the aroused people. But, to resort to time ago gave a portion of the Chinamen and employing them in down and beat his brains OUl. 'of that well known and excellent work r'arris-s- , history itself Rock Springs tho extreme act of destroying the uncompiled has since of this sec- tho coal mines inattho maintenance Several witnesses standing near, man, Uncle Bobgood and which ofwork. is a guarantee of faithful been copied andAlma, and tion, which saw the bloody deed. constitution of State, such as is by several papers, and which con- of roadway, with the sole object The news was telegraphed here apr'J4 inherent in a free people to pre- tained an erroneous date given by of reducing the wages of the men and Mr. A. B Fogg, a brother of Specinl IVotlco. serve their liberties, there must the Courier, viz : that in tho year heretofore employed in those ca- the murdered man went to Lake IS2S Gen. Jackson purchased this pacities. These men have already county and had Hayes arrested and persons indebted to the firm of Don All bo causes to incite and justify from tho Inlow rate of tried before a magistrate at durant & Drewry. will i)lea.e comu forward such popular will, and not whims, portion of Kentucky was comple- been reduced to such dians. The purchase pay as to barely allow thein to last Saturday. Ho was at an early day, ami make settlement. desires for chango, or mere opin- ted by Jackson in ISIS, and not support their families, without required to give a $1,000 bond but Office at K. Collins' drnc KtorO Alexander ions that beneficial changes would in 1S2S. Thero was a gentleman giving their children reasonable when Mr. Fogg left Sunday had & Maxwell's old stand. BONDUKANT & DREWKY. The not succccdod in giving it. Fogg, Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. bo made. If revolutions are to from Kentucky, Mr. Dana, as we educational opportunities. bo recognized on such protexts, remember, associated with Jack- company has adopted a system of who was killed, boro ""the reputa1S2S the whito labor- tion of a sober, honest and hardson. thou the constitution of a State rier's Long before Was knownCou- reducing the force of HOW TO SAVE f0NEY own nlaco as ers, aud then replacing it with working young man. will have no more force or signifi Mill's Point, being the place where Mongols, thus securing a majority AVe are Wholesale Headquarters for al cance, and be no moro lasting than a gciitloman of that name lived, of these heathens who work at It is a fact of great significance grades of tho mcro acts of a Legislature. aud from which he shipped the such terms as may bo offered Unit Gen. Grant, in all his lato VMM TOBACCO ad CISAItS Tho Courier is willing to take produce of tho country coon them, and then give the white lato thc great struggle in skins aud wild turkoys to New borers their only alternative to which ho played so conspicuous, and will job to dealers only at Factory tho chances on a properly assem- Orleans. In 1S10 Henderson be- como to their terms or get out to bled constitutional convention, gan to sectionizo the Purchase, make room for other foreign cheap honorable and successful a part, price."; also the calls it "tho civil war." A few aud has always so voted, but we and it is a tradition that whisky labor. The Chinaman does not years ago it was tho habit of all Dental Scotch and Simsrior Scotch im?, do not believe that tho grievances was worth only 37 2 cents tier stop horo, but ho underbids do- other prominent leaders of Gen. the best in the market. "We also keep that the hand of mestic labor, and is now monopo- Grant's party to speak of it as constantly on hand a choice selection have reached that magnitude to gallon then, and never ueen seen. lizing positions as cooks, cham- "tho great rebellion,'" and of the of tho rectifier had justify tho extreme resort to rev As a consequence Mr. Henderson bermaids and washermen. FAMILY GROCERIES. Southern participants in it as "rebCONFECTIONERIES, olution. and his employes left many crookels" and "traitors;" and this habit, AND FRUITS, ed lines marked across tho counTnE opposition of tho Xew York though yielding perceptibly to a which we will Fell very low for the cash And such limitation on tho nat- try. As early, possibly, as 3S17 Staats Zeitung to the Democratic gentler spirit, has not gone entireus. ural us well as tho expressed right thero wcro somo whito settlers at ticket in that State i3 the most ly out of fashion yet. Gon. Grant Pleane call and sec banks, on the menacing indication tho ticket has did not use thoHO terms in his FUQUA & DcBOW. to chango tho fundamental law, tho chalk or red Mississippi river, whero the ambi- yet encountered. If Gov. Iliil later writings and speeches; h$ as forbids practically any change, of wakes such limitation void. In tious little village 1820Columbus woro cordially supported by tho spoko of the struggle as a civil 0WER and LOWER. tho first united party tho opposition of the war, and ho called tho Southerners now is. InlSlOor akort words, section 12 is an unhams, aides, &c. laughed at. court west constitutional part of the consti- wasjicld of tho Tennessee river mugwumps might be carried the confederates," and not "rebels;', as AUkinda of Groceries cheap as the cheapest. 1 will not be In?d82L ThoJDemocrats havo at 4 Columbus. and thero is not a doubt that his tution. Paducah STews. . n w JOHN WITTiNG. WftlafllnpAAi nil tho itLjBtatoKaUi.-aud-again- , against all thoughtful example will bcimitat-- i Sfcfersold. ' And tkis is the dangerous point capital of iW j: urchasejfrvas I o n"M Republicans and they might do mu ed throughout and in to which radical reasoning drives tod. In 1S21 Mayfield wasgiven it now. Rut the Staats Zeitung a fow years tho tho iNorth, entirely; Commissioner's Sale. words will a reTolntionist i. e. that a section a place and a name. Wilmington, is the organ of the Gorman Dem- disappear. iFrtlton Circuit Court, Kentucky. ' and if its opposition Martin Chambers, Plaintiff, tho constitution is unconstitution on tho site of which no stono is ocrats,tho effect of estrangingshall0 iV3sif by the plowshare, was havo Vhquity against recently pass al. The section guards against unturned capital of McCrackcn, votes from the ticket the de- edNew nAxrsHiitE bill regarding 'JbQt A. Wilson, Adm'r, Deft. J onco the a valued policy spasmodic, whimsical changes, but but in 1S3G Paducah was located fection may prove fatal. Demofire insurance. As a result every J"lB7 virtue of a judgment and order of lays down regular methods by at tho confluence of tho Labello crats outsido of 2ow York, with outsido insurance company with gale 01 Hie r Uliou Vfircuih ouuil, icuutrcu at the August term thereof, 1885, in the which tho voice of tho peoplo and Tounesscc rivers,.and is now one consent, wish to soo Gov. drew its agencies. Thero is about aboTe cause, for tho sum of three huudred cents dollars and forty-fiv- e may be surely ascertained. When- the queou city of the Purchase. Hill and tho whole ticket with $00,000,000 of insurance carried and eigly-fiTIf Brother Warren wants us to him elected. 385.46, with interest at the rate of 6 thero by outside companies, which people of Kentucky be- say moro ho must promise to purever the is now expiring at the rate of 3,000 percent. per annum from the 28th day of come convinced that this section, chase our history. Mns. Mary Belle Tuckek, of policies a week, and will all expire Augus1! 18S3, until paid, and SI3.75 costs herein, 1 shall procceu to ouer lor sate recently tried Mason county, or auy other section, is contrary renin's new history of Ken- and acquitted was tho charge of within the year, nono of which M the court bouse door, in Hickman, Ky., of will be renewed. to their inherent rights as free tucky and the "Parcliaso," sots it to tho highest bidder, at Public Auction, murdering Jicr husband. Last on Monday, the 12th day of October, they will go to the polls in down that Gen. Jackson mado tho Thursday she shot herself, and it ion, 1RS5. at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabouts, sufficient power to destroy it. purchase of this :New York seems to bo stuck, (being County Court day), upon a credit she will die. Sha territory from the is believed that The trouble is that, tho friends of Chickasaw Indians decision of tho as n wore, on oucncior governors of six months, the following described City lot No. 09 on the in 1S20, and has reversed 'tho which acquitted d samnei j. xntieu, wno was once property, a new constitution, have not Fulton price paid therefor was court and jury, thai she killed her governor, is a bachelor; Gro tn of Old Tf Hickman, ilnAO nA( county, that tho anSil lnt ..uwu ... anil .u. i ti the people of any such $20,000 annually for 15 years, 0 her, by confessing koniUCB.. oii judgment, thenowwill I enough to pay said her husband by shooting him. As vcrCleaveland, one of her v great dangers. It may be flatterto one Mr. Smith, and 81,150 sho can not be a, second time ernors, is a bachelor: Hill, her sell lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, S, 10, 51, ing to some to say that the peoplo to one Gen. Peter Croty, making tried for the same offenso, she will present Governor, is a bachelor, r.g 57 and CO in block 3, and lots Nos. 58, 197, 19S, 199, 63, are too ignorant to see and under-staa- 4 the aggregate sum of $303,150. escape punishment upon recover- and ig now tho Democratic nonii-ne- M CO, Gl, G2, 201,04. 65,200, 207, 208, 200, 209, 205, 01 precnt Itopublican "JlO 202, 203, 245, 246, 247 and 248, in and the the danger, and hence do Perrin, also, describes the territo- y11, -- 12, nominee, Davenport, is also a block 4, and lots Nos. 96,97, 149, 150, 151, aot act, but it is a dangerous ex- ry as embracing portions of West republican bachelor. Kentucky and 152 iQ block 5, nil of said lots in East JonN S. Wise, tho periment to go ahead of their will. and says nothingWest (Tennessee, candidate for governor of Virginia, Hickman- - The Commissioner will only of any portion of In Virginia the enthusiasm for sell so many saidsaid lots as may be necc9-r- of North Mississippi, having been and non. J. A. Smith, a former rejudgment; or sufficient (o pay great that ho is esSKNA.TOR ZEBULON B. VANCKOf included in the purcbaso, though publican but now a supporter of Yitz Leo is so th'creof to produce tha sum of money so North Carolina is opposed to the according to local tradition, Ter-rin- s Mr. Loo, exchanged insults and corted from county to comity by orJered to bo made. For the purcbaso civil service law, and will vote to history is at fault on this blows on a train in Virginia Thurs- mounted men numbering from 300 Drice the purchasers, with approved to 3,000. They fly the XJ. S. Hag nretv or securities, must execute bonds, repeal it. He wants a clean sweep, point. day. Wise struck Smith for ui uuui especially in the South whero many lied, when hostilities and firo artillery frequently all bearing leS?n and having theme ui) and he force who ganged with the infernal carIt is said K.N0TT G?vfim I . r"as iipnointcd J. were checked by parties present. day. vory near that Virginia will J aLot Tjiudgment. Bidders will bo n T voting this year prepa t0 comply promptly with these n pet baggers and negroes in re Smith says ho will make Wise fight como GEO. WAKREN, years old tern- days still hold office, who mtacKiiini 4V the him for hitting hiui or statu! brand overy man twenty-on- o to 2IasUr Commiizioncr. lie kicked out. in her borders. OrlgaiKs Expoiitioii. jepi-- J New diaerve to ed as a coward. pig-iron.- " j ct silver initio operators and speculators with a sure and instant market for all tho silver bullion they jian dig and smelt, and rako and rakoid8cran.Q.;U-dl- it adds : "There is no moro reason why the government should be called upon to buy and pay for cash down on sight all tho silver produced in the United States than there why it should buy and pay for on presentation and demand the whole annual production of wheat or cotton, corn or It is astonishing wiiat an amount nf lVnnruiico is nut forth on this s Eastern subject in somo papers. Up to thirteen years ago, tho federal government actually did "furnish to tho silver initio op erators and speculators a sure nuu instant market for all the silver bullion they could dig and smelt, and not a rake and scrape An Eastern paper which takes tho view that gold ought to bo In Washington Looking after me interest ot His Con tho only metal money of tho country thinks it "absurd" for tho fed-orstituents. government to "furnish tho al t rvolcssional Cards D. G- - PARK, y&UliiuiW. , AMIS N O mm mm FAS1IIOXABUB SHOT. Xorth "West corner of Moncow and Troy Arenaes, East Hickman; AaSalisfaction guaranteed;' April. Telegram to tho dmtarreiul. sentative Stone, of the First dis. trlctofJLvcntUCky, is here to speed! , WILL practice in all the counties of the afcwiayTiiTtho ititereat or"f?S? Judicial putrict. and;, a,A-- i constituents. ITc is uudeinonstrji-tiv- (Yale Courts of Kentucky. 8eptlS-l- y - Washington, Oct. a. Rcpro - - AT. BAYFIELD, Iu Active l'rnctlccHlncoMurcli.lOT". Jijjg. 1"'IB tT7.. r ' t o difficult, theiefore, to ascertain I in Ids movements, aud it is V11U O IUU1UI . isuh-ivimr- in liis district are evidently in his mind ATTORNEYS n,i SOvenil other appointments MCh'MAiV, - f a jronoral character will receive Tho IIUlIILh IlL nost-om.-p- WfllCIL lit? lO 1 s A. & R T. TY LER AT LAW, B- THE "jyTR. BARTER J. It. to hi? GROCKRr- announ-Jxi.ccs MONTGOMERY, - - KBATUVAl. TTTT I LI. attend to nil businos entrusted - S3:. HANDLE. Has now in ntock all the new improved Brceeli-Loadiu- g Shotguns and Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats in. and Helmets, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at friends may bring paid. The higbsst : ket price alwnys prices that will compete with any other tity in the country. Call and J. M. MONTGOMERY & BHd examine before buying. ::s"o(Osi:LKrj3" be has opened a new and fresh supply et all kinds of Family Groceries, wbioh ha will sell as low as the lowest. He ready at all times to exchange Groceries at c.ish prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, 'or any kind of marketing that the farming friends and the public thftt- - SALE AND LIVERY STABLE j d Q&XGkmllm SoSqqX The Fall Session will commence Paris vte & KENTUCKY Pakkeb, STREET, on baud for iti? ... lT. constantly KEEPS sale j HOUSES, BUGGIES g -- i.i i DR -- FAKIS. MONDAY, AUGUST And Continuing Four Months. 31. 1385, Hurfsg parchnsed and entiro ontSt of end HACJ, B. tHo W. stable, Lorsetf Spring Session Commences propose to continue the bussinoee, solioit patronage I'lutuoier &qi) MONDAY. JANUARY Continuing Five Months. 4, 188G, W. Uook-Keeping, DIESTELBEISK F. E. OAS The cour.e of study, including thorough primary woik in Englhdi nranono, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, the Natural tJclencci?, Elocutiou, lYnniftivdiip, Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. Especial attention h devoted to the preparation of nudonta tor college, awl young men for business. Family Groceries, space NOtrouble to same to show all art lolca, U K? tooda. gin-hous- Family Groceries; TUITION: Primary Ptiplla per month iirmviiiinc. vhj .. w , nndonie and see, nt the corner of Uror and Moscow Avenao. Eas; lilckasti, Kj ... ?aoo oo 4" 5 00 Bamily All kinds of fiSOCERT ' i iricKMAJfpKr., Aug. 77l SSo. 3nT .EBLBLB.? B. C. aASWB-LXr- O&SlEZirL. tiAVIS' OI.U STAND.) STAPLE AND FANCY eually kepi ora GROCERIES huuae, &i in a flrst-clas- a prices. 7FA MINCB-JlEAAT, li CASE & MILLET, 9 FANCY CANDJ&S CRANBERRIES, FJCKISS BOMlNlt, QiUTS i I 3D ISC C WJ Z 3KS , 5te ? Sujiir, CoUccr-- , Soais, SSTWill not be undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Egg &v FOB Tip-tonvil- le HICKMAN KENTUCKY. NASHVILLE, Atlanta, Florida, HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OP & CO., Chattanooga mil jWiMM Hickman Kentucky. N C 1-- Talie tbo & St. L. Rrj. si ' -- -- -- THIE OLD REUIABLES CH AS.-A,-.HOI4pOMBBr Thc FAVORITE Call on nearest Ticket Agent,: " Or Addressr v' W, B. Jones, Pass. Agt., Dnllns. Tex., or & l "1 D HUGS, MED1CIMS, TAINTS CARhFdJ. 20,-00- Al MHWK COMPOUNDED "W ' . , &3 PRESCRIPTIONS T. A., .hille, Tena, FK17Z. IIELLNEIt, T. Agl., Hickman. " G. P. W. E rAI.E. e" r vs -. -- e I WILL INSURE YOUR HOGS I I SAY AND MEAN WHAT SAY WHAT MEAN. HICKMAN MARBLE WORK S HICKMAN, KY. TUB OiL SCIENTIFIC SITING REMEDY IS nd Gf cetal Dr. Jos. Haas' Hog and Poultry Remedy. SolJ by all respectable Druggists O. Italian dkalsr r and American to-w- it: Storekeeper!. tu n 4 con-Tince- L. WHAT THE REMEDY your hoes In fine condition. $2,-00- ML DO. Marblk ; ex-Go- e, ..., It will pnt It ill Incrca tbeir lJetito. It will expel the pojion from Ihiit tijtiem. remeJj ai relives n bog vrhen fma: poisoneJ. It isthconlycough raois your hogs. It will stop It rrpnlates tho lxieU. It will arrest illscnsc in every Instnncp. tNone GeuulDO without tbl. wrapiwrs MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Prk w,'i,e r tt Bt.lS. Tnl. ilurk.l JuL,a h Pund lo well Itcwnrcor Imitation audclnlmliiRof mybelthe MM1iI", ,InJ Kcmcillc, cnckil knon i.emwiies. directions of amo color, elze, f ot,'-- STONES. received a fine lot of Anao HAVING Italian Marble, I am pr pared to fill all orders. Call and exa In ot work. Orders from the country promptly . may!i6 WHAT THE REMEDY cicht hundred dollars (SO0) worth of hog last sprin;oot or T at the feedlnc the Ilcmcdy while thiv week of feedlDK the IUaV IlEMEor, I HAVE NOT LOST A 1100. in and 1 am sure it nas shtcu t has only cost me t J. 1'ItICES, 50c, 81.25 aud S2.SO ier box, acconllnj HAS DONE. cure for Uog ChoIera. i joit i. orer three hnn.lred head, bepm r, and from tho first day "'W improre.! rlclit atone and I hare nocil Dr. Jos. Han' . !. -- . no- - Remedy, and can wcommjou '."" ''VssImx, 3tt., Jnne20,lSSI. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, aboo AciVfJ, Six Rooni3, Two Cis tcrnH, Good Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard &c. Apply to CEO. N. HELM, tio 1 .- wu"'' nr iw .,""" -- r ...... , con-atriicti- Trv-..i'- """ a.Vb. can. Hl.r.O. for sale uy wpt25-- it j. n. uvjtjiru, uichbihb, a; riiA; li, lud. ONE . iimyllSS5-G-u Ilickuas, Zj. 4 iV;t . U' --- ..:'