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Offlca-Jaokt-OB THE HIGKM r, i COURIER: Ih Wcstorii Iteiitiiolc-' h Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED With Neatne and Dispatch. sale bilx8," Street, next door to CitynalL envelopes, ; letter-Iuadb- QEOROE WARREN, Editor. The 01lcst Ncwspa, ESTABLISHED DISASTROUS r. . - iinxA.Tio2srs. V0L.JXXL--N0. v . PRICK OF SUBSCRIPTION. 81.50. CURRENT TOPICS. 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KEll TRAMP'S WORK. A GREAT JOURNEY. An Con-slilpr- cd fCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1SS5. iJHAJRBED CORPSES. THE COMMONWEALTH. XU.. ETtJU- - ; 3, O.A.X.X. SMASH-UP- . Two THE LOYAL SOUTK of Knthuslaattc r A kew poultrv paper is called th Cack-le'. A Triplo Collision on the PennsyTcrbaxs are the correct liots for windr lvania Railroad. days. Orange wiue is becoming popular in Florida. An Emigrant Train Jon.v Kuski.v has twice read his own A NumlMT nf I'cople Killed obituary. and Woniidetl. Texxessee ranks first as a honev-nro-sluci- SENATOR HOAR' 5 ISSUE. t I? Stat'. c,--i Georgia is full of tramps with old straw liats and linen dusters. Ribbons with velvet and plush stripes a and with fringes are popular. Jy,t.JPMBO had a heart in him weighing as old steer. 'ich as a ihree nien were fined for swearing on we street in Philadelphia the other day. .The ties for the railroads of America re- - Eif two-ve- ar ytas?L Praxk James, the Missouri desperado. has been employed as a clerk in a Nevada ' store. Coca does not grow at less thnn two thousand feet above the level of the sea on will never have the toothache. The skull of Douglass, tho Ute Indian vwar-chie- f, is used as a paper weight by tho editor of the Glenwood (Col.) Lho. .Yale's Freshman Class is the smallest In many years, containing l.""i, intad of JCO the Andes. A Canadian crank says that if ou will rim your finger nails every Friday' you members, as was at first reported. The Jnpaneso do not use their own beautiful tableware; they import their dishes-froEngland at great expense. The Prince Wales is buying horses, ' nnd will now race in his own name. Randolph Churchill will also becomo a turfman. A CALiFonSA farmer fcecps 5.000 liens, which he"houes in coops built on sleds, so that he can inovotliem aliout his fields of boat stubble. The Yuma Indians havo decided that white men's troupers nro tho lest thing n am put on. They nro captivated " by tho Col. Kolli.vs, of JIaine, who was one of the most dashing soldiers of tho war, was snt to prison the otner day as a varrnnt and common drunkard. A Philadelphia wife wants "a divorce because her husband compelled her to take a scrubbing brush and scratch his back for half an hour every morning. France lost 15,000 men in the Tonmiin campaign, and her losses iu money, including the cost of building forts, hospitals and Lfrbniivr defences, were $125,000,000. For every actor who dies 200 art ready Ukejuis place on too stage,and for every wuo makes l,W0 per. year, a hun- tarudead broko four days out of seven. didl to his will Victor Hugo left j.thejHorof Paris, but neglected Fhe executors and heir3, how- treat it as a legalized be- - Ird n hip-pock- i ' California Mountains, what he pronounces to be the oldest human habitations tijion the American continent. Miss Shields, a teacher in tin Indian school at Carlisle, I'n., announces that tho Indians aro "a noble, loving race of men, whose religion is simple and true." This" will be news to most people. The coast of .Stratford. Conn., 13 gradually rising. The land about n certain which used to bo overflown in pedigree tide, is now covered by n green sward, above the water level. A tramp arrested for vagrancy at North Cambridge, Mass., had .32 in his jock?ts. If tramps get the reputation of carrying much money nbout with them, thoy will be nubjected to much nuuoyaueo from policemen and others. The Japanese authorities are making experiments in the way of substituting the Ttoiuan alphaliet for their Japanese characters. The Japanese are centuiies ahead of the Cliiue.se in their adaptation to tho .progress of modern times. Horokev will attempt to regnlnte the. a oiler rinks by closing them at 11 o'clock i. in., prohibiting the sale of liquor in (tb"ra, and excluding (if uossible) minors-froru the halls when adults are in possession o the skating floors. It is said the Labrador fisheries hare proved almost a complete fnilure. Cod and mackerel havo disappear d, nnd porgies tvhavo been so scarce that the oil factories GiucUSsufrerfng ive. had to , EiStsambng tlie popnlace. P Major J. W. Powell, in speaking about prehistoric America, says that iu his opinion there has never been presented one item of evidencedhat the were a people of culture superior to that of the tribes that inhabited the Mississippi Valley one hundred years ago. At a Newport dinner party a few days ago the ices were served in tiny cups made of solid ice, the bandies tied withVihbon. And at the same fast grapes came on the table in boats made of green leaves. Anything worth doing they say, is worth doing jxhool-house, p?r-mnne- nt 1 iNIiJikofc lint been issued r Russian Governors and other1 Pet IonTffTuivTT5eTrHIp'rtmcnrin-th- ei Ltiout tho provinces to use tho diet or habits. The epidemic of 1SS5 had iage exclusively in their ofli- - claimed !in Marseilles, from its outbreak down to the date of tb report, 1,23) victims. This is an unusually fatal record for Tiniber Agent Haley reports a second years's visitation at Marseilles, Ftstry to the value of over ;jK),00'J the mortality of tho secondary outbreaks en cutthroughout the Northwest, at having brenunlnformly less than half that fhstigntion of tho Northern Facific of tho preceding summer. It is a pleasare to be nblo to closo the Troad Company. record of the epidemic without including IKorthern Arkansas and Southern Mis- - among its victims the name of any citizen nouri aro said to be attracting many iinmi- - of tho United States. This is the more malady was grants from the Eastern country now. gratifyingin in that the stage fatal to parforticularly its enrlier Next to these regions conies Kansas as'an eigners! notably English and Scandinaimmigranting State. vians. Two American vessels were in port fatal Major Powell, of the Geological Sur- during the early and most in all stage of on both the epidemic. There were vey, has discovered in New Mexico, near vessels nine cases, including both captains, of nxptoratlon of Alunka rtcretorore an Imo-ilI- c IVat. IIazleton, Pam October 1C Between 8 9 o'clock laht night a terrible double Chicago, October 15. General Nelson A. and tragedy was committed at Soybertsville, a Miles, who is in the city, received a telesmall village nine miles '.from here. Four gram yesterday f roniLieutennnt Henry T. tramps entered a small hou.-- e some dis- Allen, of the Second cavalry, stating that tance back from the main road, in which h had arrived safely at San Francisco, lived two bachelor br. fiers. John nud Win. after his Alaska explorations, having com Kester, aged respectively fifty and liftv-fo- pleted n journey through tho regions of t". years, and demanded a large sum of far north, which, in money which was know n to be secreted in Jines, excelled all the opinion of Gener "ii Jfrset Citv.N. J.,Dctober IS.-- On the the house. Tho Kesters refused tort veal American continent sinre Lewis and C . Meadows, four miles vest of, a where their money was hidden, and the Him1.1this city; iiiewcnns rocori since i.i I.TL . !!.... I... .. ... ing collision occurred bet w.ea two trains this tramps then bound them hand nnd foot .liicii and bent their brains out with a heavy and journeyed to irii oiikii wisL rr; the.nortli of evening, which resulted i the death 'of club. After committing tho several persons and the injury of a number fled, and hnvo not yet been murder they Ptr Hiver. wliirh lip U.'CWPa oirM arrested. Tho renched he(5reat AiasUan ranAjj of others. Tb Pacini express, Icavinc two brothers had lived in a frame shanty , inins. inese lie crossed oiy. . .. iirre at fctu o'cIoeJc, ran into a 'western-boun- d about one mile from SeybertviIIe for thirty tlin llAlfl nf ttn T.xiKnl. lhl. ...u uvtm v.. ..u AVTIlltill Ui' years. They gained u livelihood by marvelous accomplishment emigrant train, wlcb had stopped patch of cround anil doing imlfH lio fulloueI tho Tl at the on the eastern sido of the oad ions J or ' nei5uiorinx inrmers, emptied into the Yu Huckeu$ack bridce. knocking 1 asxuniultd,LtUrtn5 of nnd 1)V eeouoie yi 'liri rBrgiM""uiiai itiTiffsaiv ollnrs. whfpn uani xan or .VX) miles more. C7 tlijijiinni ni in erally supposed to be secreted in tho of his srreatiournev Lien A alley ltotid. Shortly afterward ftT.ebigh W ith them livetl John Kester. paired to Fort Michel, on tW eastward' Valley bound, nouse. train, jr., an illegitimate son of the elder of the nnd returned on the steS 'and came crashthundering along two nrotiiers. hen the young man reThe exploration nf the ed into the wreck. Tho 4ad were turned to the house, about 9 o'clock last Yukon Rivers has been the ambil nil on the emigrant train.ns were night, ho was horrified on discovering the piorers long Alaska came f, dead bodies of his father and uncle lving session of the United States, but th ali-the injured. The brakeuan of the on tlio floor. Ho quicklv nlurmed' the sians tailed each tune it was uttem' latter train was among tho vicum". The neighbors, who hurried to the seem- of the reck is tho most frightful one ol the road tragedy, nnd an examination showed that Since then several explications by Am icaii omcrrs have endtd uni in years. Three of the dead feve been John had been shot through tho head, and among the army oflicrs in mfauure.Pacil. tu Ire a man that William had lieeti beaten t death coast the feat came to be considered wel brought to Jersey City. They with a heavy club, his head bMng horribly nigh lmiossible. Lieutenant Vuen's com and a woman, both decapitated, ind terribly mangled, ami a bov of abit twelve crushed by repealed blows. Several time's pnnious were a sergeant and an otlicer of years, who bad both legs cut off. Among vstenlny four tramps wcro noticed the Signnl corps, together with Indians tho wounded are Eulenia Arnwrs, going lurking in the vicinitv, and the jiolice whom ho persuaded to join Inni. on a visit to her father at 'Madison. authorities say that they hnvo convincing Wis.; Christian G. Bobted, bound evldeice that thev nro the parties who HE COULDN'T LET GO. for Minneapolis, Minnesota; Marinus committee the crime. Search is being Kiinger, going on a visit to an uncle at La mane for them. Tho drawers ami trunks .n .11111sl11 Citued liv a IVcilllnr in the house had been ransacked, show mg Junta, Colorndo; I .aura Current of Iltectrlcltr. intending to join her "husband at that the object of tho murder whs robberv, Ciiii'Atso.lLuOctober n electric light Norwood, la. It is said that there aro ninny and it is supposed that the tramps had heard that the monev was hidden in the wire at the corner of State and Harrison more, under the wreck. The latest information places the numberof killed at eight. hous-- . Young ICeslc r says that the money streetsbecanie d sconnected last night and secreted outsido .the house, and that connected The emigrant train was just pulling nwny its currents with an iron pillar. the murderers did not securo it. from tho when the accident ocThis in turn pass-e- the electric fluid nlong a curred. A dense fog prevailed at tho time. nnd. returning by another The bodies of the man, woman Snd boy Riot at Pittsburgh. railing, mnde a complete circuit." A colored wlih were brought here were taken PiTrsni'nsn,-p.- . October 15. -- Captain man happene-- along. Ho lennedwenidv to Kpeer's morgue. They hivt not Paul Boyt'.n'-- i exhibitions and yes- agninst the railing, and then bristled up yet eu identified. Tho wounded wore arms were warped around brought to th City depot, where all terday have caused tho greatest excitement with energy. Hishit, body wus bent like an available ambulances were in waiting, nnd here, and terminated in a riot. the railing and no Ho letter had .'. were carried thence to St. Francis Hospital. Fully thirty thousand people assembled on italic idea what was tho matter with him. The were: Enlena Arnears, Norwegian, the levpp from where the excursion boats and. being unable to let go his hold, called njred thirty year-- , en route to Madison, Wi loth Icrs cut off and injured about were to start. Ono hour beforo the ndver-tie- d loudly that he was dyin. A doen men time lor leaving the boats were loaded ran to his assistance, ami were soon experithp Iiean. Sho did ten minutes nfter encing arrival. Marinus Kiinger. Nonveginu, to their fullest capacity, and orders were Some the tingling cir ct of theelectrintv.lauirhed. othei3 cried and many callaged eighteen, en route to La Junta, Col., issued ty f'aptam Ciark to pull in tlwgaug cd for help. A" crowd soon gathered, and twenty-tlv- e t here his uncl resides. thou-an- d people were on the leve unable nfewadtliti-n.ivictims wcro hanging to to cet alMuird. When it liecame know n tne finally the crowd iiiim- -' THE CHOLERA, f that the were boats ordered bered nearly five hundred persons. Cars to stentn away a ru3h was made, and were stopped ami no one could get past. A police wagon arrived just n an enterpris o Some Vory Intelligent Observation on 1U w ithiu fifteen minutes many thousand had crowded on the boats, sinking the ing man had discovered the cause of the Krcrul nav.iseK. steamer Genovn and causing a punic on trouble and released tho victims. The po Washington, October IS. A final report, board the steamers Edna and Alice. Tho lice dispersed the rrowd,evr bol iaugh were knocked down and ed and 110 one was arrested. dated Octobor 1, describing the gradual s robbed, and several of the subsidence of at Marseilles nnd thrown into the river. Tho boats were adA Chicago Man's Good Luck Toulon, and its disappearance from Iwth, vertised to pull down to Davis Island Dam, Chicago, October Hi. Ite statem has been received by the Secretary of State but wi'ie unable to move from the landing. as ML111 from United States Consul Frank H. Mason. In the crowd were n large uumlier of mill published here tha Tlpresent employed hero os .i The most fatal day at Marseilles was the hands and roughs, who becamo and made an :ttack on the len heir to a large Fti sr e iMst of August, with a death record of bnt.-- . a The steamers IMim .nd Alice one vesr.s sixty-ninthat of T on was the 27 h of wer oiupletelv glutei t.n I wiecked. d'ed at Hou-te- ajro n ar I elov s. August, on which date forty-twTh police patrol and a large r.nmini. n' ricaths it,t were on the scene. Lieutenant Ho! eid ..1 were recorded. The subsidence of the 'juad of police, ' u the sc.Mirge has been gradual, and the wer powerless. Fifteen or twenty of and the Hritisii in i riitgleaders of the ntob were arrested mone deaths now occurring are nearly jailed. Notwithstanding thesrrious condi- OfKl, t b- ..ii-- . nil among tho fugitives who havo tion of alfnirs. Captain Roy ton appeared in Tue Hnti-l- i I. 'out returned to their honi's without due pre- nis ruter suit an ::ave an entire exliibi- - lie ouiv necanii in, o I caution in respect toventllHtfon nd dit- -f tion in tho river at the fot at Wood street. an nd v tw m t Clillilx-- Ilrothert llnund nnd to Driith I'lrnriiidir ur - 4 coal-shut- e, (' -- vrtiv. - Kedesen-Melaua-lan- d, s coal-sbut- to-da- y Jery to-d- I j peo-pl- ticket-selle- rs ticket-taker- a o; 11 o -- 1 J mTn'eVr'ial jinblic feeling To-nig- ht here is high, and t.aptnin Liar!;, of tne steamers, is strongly toiideiuned for not pulling out lef ore the crowds betame so great. Thi-ris no blame attached to Captain Boy-towho fully enrtiid out his part of the programme. The Law and Order League, who made a demonstration agaiust the exhibition w hen first advertised for Sunday, are said to havo warrants out for Boytou's arrest. This fact was made known to him, and immeuiately after his exhibition he w as driven from the city in a carnage in company with his manager and some friends, to a point on the Pennsylvania . Railroad, where ho takes a tram for e n, New-York- i j I dinrrhea. acute cholera Cotisol Mason says that ho prescribed thn remedy of Dr. "alentine, of New York, with more than ordinarily good results. Its formula is tincture of rhubarb, ten parts: laudanum (Sydenham, four parts; camphor, part; syrup of ether, fifty parts, syrup of bitter orange peel, fifty parts; one teaspoonful in a little water and repeat until symptoms cease. He adds: "It i3 doubtful whether final statistics will show- that any substantial progress has leen made in treating the most maliirnant forms of the disease, or that the proportion of deaths to cases haveteen reduced so mucu as 1 per cent, uy an the experience of these two somber years. The one effective treatment for Asiatic cholera is to avoid it." Mr. Mason, who has bravely remained at his post through two epidemics, is highly commended for his intelligent reports by tho Department of State. one-ha- lf - - close-dow- n. Mexican Postal Treaty. Washington, October 18. The Postmaster General is expecting daily to hear of the ratification by Mexico of the new postal treaty. President Diaz has recommended such nction in his message to the Mexican Congress, and Minister Romero says there is no doubt of its adoption. The chnuge.will cause a slight reduction In revenue to this Government on mails destined for Mexico. 1 ut the advantages which are anticipated will compensate many fold for the loss. The new arrangement .will tend to bring this country in closer relations with Mexico. Postage on letters to that country will be reduced from fire to two cents, and on newspapers to one cent, making he domestic rates cover all our Mexican "mail. This is the most notable feature, ,but there ,aro quite a number of provision's whlch tend tobroaden and strengthen ,a sentiment oLreeiprocity between the two countries. One effect will tie to encourage the circulation of newspapers of the United States in Mexico, Almost a Riot. Columbus, O., October 10. Shortly after d noon some persons hung out an immense "bloody shirt" across tho street in front of the Democratic headquarters. It liore tho words, "New South," "New North." and "A New Deal: the Last of tho Bloody Shirt." The shirt wns an immense nlTair. It was aliout twenty feet long nnd ten feet wide, with sleevt-- six feetlong. Great daubs of red were spattered over tho breast in imitation of blood. At first the banner created n great deal of amusement, but about .1 o'clock u number of old soldiers went in a body to tho headquarters and deuiandei in thonim of the G. A. R. thnt the bloody emblem be taken down. As Chairman Powell was not presentatthotIine.no attention was paid to the request. A few minutes Inter a request was received from Governor Hoaoly asking that the banner be taken down n't once. Before this could be done, how ver. a large crowd had collected, and just as the janitor began to loosen the ropes n number of men rushoi forward and, seizing tho banner, carried it off. They brought it back in a few minutes, saturated with coal oil. It was then burned in front of tho headquarters amid the shouts of those present to witness the movements. There xvcre a number of persons in the crowd w ho seemed desirous of sacking the headquarters, and mnny threats wero made, but the wise counsel of law abiding men of both parties prevailed and the crowd dispersed. to-drattle-braines - n mound-builde- rs well. Lunatic Hangs Himself. iNPiANAroLis, Ind., I October 1 David G. Miles, of Laporte, an inmate ofitho Insane Hospital, committed suicideithis afternoon byv hanging. f During afthuuder storm he went into the new tied a cord to a cross beam, and with the nooso about his neck jumped fromatre.stle. His father committed suicide soiac timo ago. This is the second suicide atthe Insane Hospital In three weeks. A b6ilr-hous- e, Child's Awful Fate. Montreal, October 1C Yesterday morning, as the wife of Jean Baptiste Romilly, a farmer in St. Vincent Depaul, a village about ten miles from Montreal, was feeding her fowls, while her child, aeed two years, was playing around, suddenly a eagle sw ooped down and large bore$the little ono off in its talons. The chilil screamed and extended its nrms to its mother, who was beside herself with mental ugony. but was powerless to render assistance. The screams of the child, however, attracted tho neighbors, who, with shotguns, pursued tho eagle. The bird was seen to alight with its prev upon the roof of a barn a mile distant. Lifting up its head, with one powerful stroke it drove its beak into the child's head nnd thjen begnn its horrid feast. At the near approach of the neighbors, who were firing cuns to frighten it, the carle took flight, leaving the child behind. When the bodv was recovered life was extinct. The skull was split in two and a part had neen devoured. A bald-headed The Pittsburgh Chronicle notes the action of the tailors of that city in' taking measure to make the dudes pay for their clothes as one of the signs of a bard winter. It is one of the best fitting measures the tailors have ever taken. Focr brothers, m ho have been In business together ever since 1S50 without keeping elaborate books or any accurate account of the money each had drawn from the enterprise, have filed a deed iu' San Joaquin County, California, providing that as it is impossible to straighten out their affairs their heirs shall never ask for an accounting, but divide tho propertj' share and share alike. A vert complete filling for open cracks in floors may be made by thoroughlj' soaking newspapers in a paste made by one pound of flour, three quarts of water, nnd a tablespoonful of alum, thoroughly boiled and mixed; make the final mixture about as thick as putty a kind of paper putty and' it'will harden like papier mache. This is worth a trial. Singular and Fatal Explosion? St. Paul, Minn., October 19. A man named W. H. Clarke, with his son, were filling and lighting gasoline street lamps from cans in a wagon Jast evening. Ono can exploded nnd burned up the horse and Clarke was thrown out of the wagon by the explosion and seriously burned, and his son was badly, If ao fatally burned. I Don't Fool With Firearms. ex- plosion of an overloaded gun in the hands f Ed. Burtley here this afternoon Robert Fichter, a companion, was instantly killed, a large piece of the barrel penetrating his heart. Burtley's right arm was blown off, and Thomas "Scott, another companion, was so seriously injured that he will probably die. Earlhquake Shakes Palermo. Tramp Mangled. Palermo, October 15. A heavy shock of Cairo, III., October 15 Wm. Holroyd, earthquake was felt here this morning. house aged fifty, a tramp, was struck bv a train The disturbance caused a three-stor- y and badly used up, both arms being to fall, burying its occupants beneath tho crushed. His injuries are probably fatal. debris. Eight corpses have beenrecovered He is in the hospital. from tho ruins. Haeleton, Pa., October lfi. By the .... to-da- y Mrs.Kamberger, residing at No. 81 Sheriff street, this morning took a lighted candle under the bed and set it on fire. The children rushed from the room, and Lena the baby, who was Ivinc on the bed, was burned to death. seven-months-old Children Burn Their Infant Sister. New York, October 16. Two children of Sliln. BMdieal writer, declares that, notwith- Washington, October 15.-- The Land taading the popular belief, beef tea does Office has received a communication stat' coBtaiu aay food value whatever. Sev- - ing that Dr. Powers, who was a Governilyhytlcia-take Issue " iMir-kous hf-art- Dr. FOTHEKOU.L, the well-know- n Eng-lia- h Imrortant Witness with the doctor, ment witness in the prosecution of a th approval cf tbt ,n.Ca'fornia, has been iandlri( by Pruett," one of the detend- - Ferd Ward Again Indicted. New York, October 1C The Grand Jury has found a fifth indictment against Ferdinand Ward namely, for grand 1 rceny in the first degree. Ho will be taken into Court to formally answer to tho charge. The suit on which he is confined in Ludlow Street Jail is a civil action brought by the lato J. N. Tappau, a depositor with Grant & Ward. A Week's Failures. New York, October 1C There were ICC failtirf s in the United States and Canada puring the week, against 207 last week and 1WJ for the week previous to tho last. m b The St. Louis streU-ca- r ovr 6triko seems " to evidences 1'atrIf.tUm In An Inderc-ideiiLoulvTllte Newspaper's Opinion ol Tobsrro Inrket. All the Southern States. the Southern N?sro' Klht of Suffrage. Burley tobaccos havobten in more active locking Early Morning Holo demand than in several weeks pnst, and But now I may be met by some The burden of Senator Hoar's .speech caust. the specinl preference has been for good hearer, who stys: "Why in tho Massachusetts Republican medium leaf and the grades aboTe, or, at jail upon us to help a people who are of the platform adopted by" least, the demand has bhown up more Persons Ilurncd to Uenth on Chicago aotyst in'tliat'conditiou of reconctlia-:io- n that Convention was lliat in certain largely In proportion to the supply than in Cottage. to the Nortaml the Nation which Southern States where it i asserted that other grades. Dark and heavy styles have alone 'g'ne assuranco that our gifts the blnc'js are all Republicans and tha been in good demand uniformly through inn tho week, but will uot be perverted to tho future whites all Democrats the Republicans October 19. A terribly nuich competition there has not been sufficient for any grade to affect prices. estrangement of.lfcc sections and the are not pcrmittiil to .'ote or that if Ijlre broke out in the one story The offerings have consisted largely of they are their votes arc suppressed in cottage nt No. 6C Vernon, regie aud common grades of shipping leaf. dnpcriliug the peace of the Union?" I reply: I do & hero discuss the the count. Tn this way it ij claimed ineu and occupied bv V There has been some private trading in iinutes nfter six o'clock Green River fillers. Dark wrappers points at issue "Between political parties, that tho Democratic party lias bcn i?ch four persons wero have not offered. New en p dark leaf has as they boar on tbe'presont attitude of able to u'cct a Presidjut. to keon a ma family consists of sold at $6VSG.OO. There have, been several tho Southern people. But T am pre jority of the House of Reprcsentatives-t girl, and all but light frosts, one of which in one or two losrjiwvpared tosay, alter a careful observa- - and to mainLltn nn 11111111 n.iirotnn.1i,.: fh. When the calities is reported to have been sharp tatlon m.tKpfkniinKTt, &&1JDSS. SJqUU.toJlisht tobacco. planU&Tbejiros" pton lounu pect of frost" caused many farmers In all ain, within tho past Tlvo tears, that. the situation would lie a bad one. It Is o side of the parts of the verc burns, but no doubt a State to cut their tobacco, and whatever of the old unrcledliness to deplorable enough in whatever light it considerable percentage was American of if the catastrophe. iua3' ba viewed. But the institutions oragony over the loss taken down In an unripe condition. From political methods may exist tho Senator Hoar and of Republican platennz keenly from his late advices, it is inferrable that 13 to JO per form builders in g.mer.il, while not ho said that at six cent, of the crop is still in the field. We South, there are several causes ofcril entirely false, is rein to tho Republic in our own Northern man3' mg the servant irirl stnrt- - quote 1S34 tobaccos as follows for full- - . tntns rf nm.il mnnntli-.l.- . Tho situation .... w kitclen ami went outdoors weight portage: it; ju.iiug spects unwarranted. jii.ii iii.iuibwiiv, MnA..It.t er, the. equal patriotism and wisdom for their at the. Soutlv a? regards viii: the door open. l)irkmiil lhnru. Hll'lrtl. in a inuin'e or two and found ithjn tho life of my franchise is entirely logical, and ;.va 01 $ a ;.vi 4 m management. Trnsh in in n blne. The cirl ran awnv 4 Wlifc 4 7B In its.. children our proudest Northern States H is easily explained. Similar conditions with frij.lit.niH Mr. Hates was Common lups.. .. a 0A15 a mi Medium may call for sympathy and aid on Vir- would produce similar results in the iistitd 'ito the kitchen and trie r. "Art 7 r. a 2s a Good lily uish the flnine with a hose at- - Common leaf. ginia and the Carolina in emergencies North or anywhere else. A race hardly 7 roa s f .. 7 0O&7M to tbe hydrant, and nlter-wi7 Vfa y .vi Medium leaf t'(ij,ll M that appeal to tho solid conservative emerged from barbarism, sutleringfroni 0) 13 iVVJU'i 50 Good leaf . . suc- .. ! Not buckets. American habit of thought and public the degrading effects, of three centuries 17 U03U2 00 13 UOiilo w leaf ng, be rushed rut nud sent an administration, hide mI.iii the swift com- of bondage, was unwisely made the poI he firemen went to work on the 1. ing issues of the future every State aud litical equal of a race which had one nlaiririU- witlinwi'.l and succeeded 111 .Tllerllrinrou Items. blpjig the lire out in a I "lit fifteen min-psection may be calie.l, in truth, to come thousand 3 cars the start of it in everymiles east of Owingsville, AboTT four The tnt ire interior of the house v as there resides a man who is indeed a prodito the front aud save the Union, as the thing pertaining to the science of gova.A-- l inii i ne wans rciuaiueu iniari. uiyj. gy. The name of this wonderful man is North so grandly did a generation ago. ernment. Ignorant, superstitious, brucui the flrein n euttred the house they tal, easily led and more easily duped, Reuben Fields, and he has but one develop- Now my faith has never been shaken il VJ the ennrreu liodies of the entire that the only way to prepar" any por- these people were for a time controlled the exception of Mi. Hates. Thev ed faculty, this one seeming to take iIjk Mrs. Mnrv Bates, need thirtv-Hve- : possession of hitn.drivingull other thoughts tion of this Union to meet such per.lor by adventurers from the North, whose woButes, aeel five; Edward Bates, an from his mind. In enrly infancy he was to perform its ordinary tint os is to give dominon iu the South wa the most scandalous era JciJ; Mrs. Drrvlson. agtd seventy, apparently much ns other children, but in its children and 3011th the full bjneiit his'on-- . The ever known in modern of Mrs. Bates. The body nf Mi's, negro voted, but ho did of our American system of universal nfcvas found lying two feet 'from the extreme youth he developed a wonderful education that training of the heart, not rule. The plunderers who robbctl indow s nn the first floor, burned to precocity, or rather a supernatural endowBP The charred remains of her liabv ment for mathematics, even and impoverished the whites deprived then solving the head and the hand, through our the negro h citing close by. The remuins of Mrs. difficult problems with a!o of apparent ensn nnd varied national agencies, wliich shall a liveli'iood, audthe means of ga'ning were found ii stairs, where stie were, in fact, his with but little study. This became a mania scud forth every new generation comDrM snlT ration, as the body was not petent to meet the demands of common worst eticmie . A state of society which dU! burned The partition and walls of with him, and grew as he grew, to the exntftousewere lined with ft It, nud when clusion of all other branches of thought, IKe or rise to tho emergency of any paralyzed industy, int:midated capital, tilled millions of min U thtiaze once started it spread all over the until finally, without knowing a single fig- portions hour. the, with inconceivable rapidity. Tne ure or detter of the alphabet, he becam And I urge our people of tho North with an idea that fro dom meant license , hoii'd bodies were removed to the" morgue to their duty in this momentous ques- and that toil was unnecessan-- confischawtrol wagon. Nothing was heard of tho perfect master of the science of mathecated property nn saddled the State by girl after her flight. It is also matics. Ho has been tested by the most tion of Southern education, because I with debts which could never be paid, know the Southern people have well scientific men of this profession, ami anthCiata brother of Mr- Bates was d the house and was seen about the swer to the most difficult problems that begun this work for themselves, and though grievous iu its eifects o tho ing'when the fire was in progress, but thoy have been able to propound aro at his on! need our thorough s mpathy and whites, was even worsi in its inlluence on plaxily disappeared, I could tho blacks. In the disorders which prefingers' end, tho invariable correct solu- aid for its fair advancement suo" .. ceded the overthrow of this vicious ittle tion being given in an instant, fill pages and volumes with incidents of all fair raea, saw the inevitable conseSal Culture in the Hudson. personal e&perk ce to confirm what I quicker thought. than As nn PRiNO IlARnnR.N. Y.,October 1C say. Let me clo-- e this paper by one quences of "rn'sgovcrnment, and it can of his c tw stars Pr. f. S. F. Baird, instanco known to remarkable powers, he frue story of wiiat J saw In the very be said to the credit of the ' which has lieen keep more than a dozen is now deploring the absence of these Commissioner, has been plant- clerks buy in taking invoice of a stock of heart of the old South-lanL. in the tributaries of the goods. Indeed, his that one of its PresiMore than twenty aeo one of conditions knowledge and applin and neighf oring conn- the bravest of the young commanders dents. Mr. Hayc3, was most instruirk. Ho has thought cation of the science of mathematics far v mental in relieving the South from that ol structions nt C hoes exceed anything that the most scientific iu the National army. Colonel Shaw, of accursed rule which no Northern btnl: men are able to comprehend. Another the city of New York, fell at the head ght bet'ieren-owhy of bis. brigade of colored soldiers, in a would have tolerated for a month J a silinoti phenomenal characteristic of this man is S r fJji rrom the fall of the carpet-ba- r l the pareu fish t mt he can tell tho timo to a desperate assault ou Fort Wagner, durI, eith-- r rstti'' ground of dav or night. Awakened from the sounding the sieire of Charleston. He was eminent, two great tacts Iiay e past two enrs buried with his men, and his body was constantly in view. One of lbnavo est sleep, he cm tell you, without hesita.Maine na-progress of the? f Qold Spring tion, precisely what time it is. What Blind never found. After tho close of the war extraordboth people, wh'tes and black :r. Fred Ain- Tom is to music, Reubo Fields is to mathe- the families, in New York nnd Boston, 't brooks tnat matics; and, like thnt illustrious idiot, this connected with the fallen soldier, built thing pertaining to material , eek Mr A. one a school-iioui- e in Charleston for col- prosperity. J. he other is th brmch absorbs his entire mental cant to Mr. jrroes, a' audop" I b3 the st ored ch ldren, established the is .lsioier of pacity. Another peculiarity of Fields his SCllool, una lire on trial yrurS Shaw- left1 entirely srtipVf seve his utter fearlessness of suakes. In 'toneir own" iion Iirook childhood he manifested a fondnefcs for ported it as a private benciiccnce. Some the great Northern p live years since the use of tlie'buiidiiig mie 5 ears these reptiles and made them his playtheir allegiaucc. It h Want American Ente, ci ccefs ullv was "granted to the public school thing, aud, strange to say. add Wa.MIIM.T-it es of the citv on condition of orafo- to them cs tlyi iread wfs at bitten, though he bandied he was never ( nr 4 with .greatest for three ears to the Stat" ofj support of the freedom the most the general system school as a partloit- lur nil-il-l supplied with carelessness nnd iu i ism. n September the .ira. of instruction. lllctml the very imperspecies. Irive State, i.e.it ., ,t it r? r litUthe adult fish poisonous and believes Hehisis extrairdimrv er still the building was virtually given of a Had no kn )viP soawmng ii itious, : a r Bepnbrcan Q ut stance to the city, and all the funds of the cor' powers direct gifts from his Creator, au-rVrsian .Mm stu j Sj3fa t7 passed over for its enlarge- o.:casionayrh.i!nio txi- x rl which in says that were bo to reveal the secrets, or poration their veYy by amtc; ar Explosion. ment; and now one of the public schools or thc?E irejudicei. wsf r if nuT om the whether &t P.i- .- A terr'Uo use them for the purpose of gaining mor gage in busiuess in P as of Charleston bears the name of the New m9 Government was distios a ti fftr occurred nt Greenville, than the necessities of ltfe, he would exYork Colonel who died at the head of douhs- inditstno' bo deprived of them immediately. facility in its power to tm county at great pains in .s'cle!!! o'clock this pect to his black brigade forcing tiie entrance prosp6rott5.Tr reintious between Persia nn the U Andrew Hdug wns drilling a He has more than once refined offers of to that beleaguered city. the recent advance: States. Any proiK.nls I v mcncans handsome salaries. His parents died soma Last April, for the third tinie, I visis well nnd had reached a depth years ngo, since which time Field? has r .'roads, mi concssions of 'ramw-ays- . tho KcpuhliUy invite tho lathes to feet, when tho hundred or commercial propels, ni sa- t, v ni r ited the citx', the guest of its govern- not all vote wdh terrific force, been roving around among his kindred, ment: this time for the so'e purpose of they will vote more and iiw xiiloded ceive the most serious and tnvrntio coi Faust, aged sixty- - staying with each a greater or les length onslv, if undisturbed, until afTsirveP txovoriiineut. sideratiou frm the Per-iaIIBh. Hur to and advising several r:Hiftirs. and seriously woundingcrushed of time, according to the nearness of kin- speaking And I saw that with colored distant day the ratio of y People. Lt.V nowhere in Vrnfinents of lioiltr iron Bridge Burned and Two Men Killed. ship. He is very fond of playing checkers, at thr.;h n barn standing nenr, nlnv st this country is th re now a more thor- will not bf larger The tne spunt inan it v Bennington, Vt., October !.". The Troy wrecking the structure. Windows and it is said that he has never yet met his ough aud honest purpose to give these is at the North. l. and Boston Railroad bri lge at State line, ! 1 viciniiv .. !.... match at this game. He is annoyed a great of Hhddc Island arc proportionately o were siiuiieitsi 1... mr y near North Hoosic, N. Y., was burned to- cuf 'ii and juec. s of the iron were picked deal by people who aro curious to see his people a fair elementary education more numerous than the3Jaro iu day. It is supjiOsed the fire wns caused by upj) feet from tue scene of the explos i n. extraordinary powers exhibited, and he than in the city that first threw out atvy Southern State save one. Hag of revolt and shotted tho first the a spark from nn engine. While attempting says that this is his greatest trouble, lor, gun turned As to the claim that Mr. Cleveland Fatal Finht with a Grizzly. the Union In 1801. to save the b'idge. two members of the whether he will or not, when a problem is There are against large schooK sup- owes lits election to the suppression of North Bptitiington F'.re Department, Jnmes HI. Rigp?, presented, Jos. BiaRK, Dak., October colored vote it may be sai I that the solution is bound to flash ported from several Warded nnd M. Burke, were instantly the North, which were vis- tho is no basis for the a ertion whatwas hunting through his mind. there killed by falling timbers, nud (). F. Cov, a wloith n party of friends ited. Rut the most interesting of all inTRockies, was killed in an encounter prominent business man of North BenThe trial of Ed. Peyton, who shot and were the two great free schools con- ever. In only two Stafs do the negro nington, was fatally injured. Trains are whf grizzly bear on Friday last. He age outnumber tho murdered Alfonso Hall in North Pleasure-villtaining two thousand colored children, males of voting runnics via Petersburg Junction sbolf- bear liefore he was killed himself. on the night of November 2, 1SSL has many of their teachers representing the whites; and. assuming that every black, The bridge was a hieh and long one, and AftKigpshari discharge his last 3 for Blaine an I pas-o- d over too highway as well as No vote had bcn thrown Cleveland, thus old respectable families of the cit nt him. nnd been in progress for a few days in the Cirwounded white vote for Walloomsac R'ver. system re- ever3' a ifJB itrucgle ensued. Dra'1'! ing his long cuit Court nt Newcastle. The case was portion of the public-schoBlaine kn,tgj:s stnblitxl the ferocious rnimnl given to the jury on the Kith, nnd after re- ceives more cordial and careful atten- giving Carolina the electoral votes ollt Doq for Supper. and Mississippi, the South in T'henrt. but not until lie hims If had maining out for twenty-fou- r hour returned SuperinPhiladelphia, October !.". Stephen beelliseniDowieii. His body wes found a verdict of guilty, fixing the punishment tion than this from tho able energetic of the election would not have been and tendent, the patr"ot;c s bv hcompnnions several hours after tho Bloech and wife, nt The South is making rapid taken through hero at seven years' li3rd labor in the peniten- Mayor, and the School Hoard, whose chnnsred. and th? negroes are sharing Germantown avenue, wero arrested last fatiiruggle, arid was his form-- home in tiary. Peyton is twenty five years old. progress l'rc'sident is the former Secretary of the evening on n warrant sworn out by H. lasw.ht, tn route to in it fully. The qtftion of sullrage is Mr. Thomas I. Carrico, the oldest cti-ze- n Treasury of the Confederate Govern- solving "itself. Elierle, a boarder in the house, charging CnT:- Any step backward them with misdemeanor. Eberle swore of Owensboro, is dead, aged 9 years. ment Cn,.L 10 IIIO Dnitriae would be fatal not "only to the South M 0(il - in thn WHUH. that Bloech killed a Iare black dog last My last visit was to the Shaw schoo', He was tho lat of the Daviess County Herald. Saturday night, nnd that his wife roasted Kve.vworth. Ks., October 10. News veterans of the war of list- -. now a collection of several hundred but to the North. Chicago the animal and served it for lunch here from Oinwkie. Kanhnsl reached children, with white and colored An eagle measuring over six feet from nisiit and Sunday morning. They accident wliich occurred A New Rebellion. of Col. teachers; the Principal, like the City were held in $(!( lad till further uearmg. sas a ternble Saturdny tiiht. Mr. Lnn ler, a tip to tip was killed on the farmOldham Superintendent, ear re otlicnr in the ConWestport, an In the Paris Figaro we find the followaccompanied by his wife, two Richard T. Jacob, near federate arnn. After suitable inspecDied From a Scatch. Count-- . mil Mrs. Stuck, started tor home ing remarkable paragraph: "Lcs tion I was invited to the great hall to Springfield. O., October 13. An ex ivagoti, after making a number Charles Bennington, aged twenty-fivdo l'Ohio, qui est une des villes :, among which wns ten pounds tremely peculiar case is reported from l a and out of work, br ke a costly listen to some exercises by the lusher classes, prepared, as I understood, for promincntes de l'Amcrique, sont d'unc A short diftnnce Innn town. street, in this city. One d iv fooJ lasher itingn pipe, dropped n spark plate glass window at Louisville for week Johnny Kearn. the livo year old their coming commencement exhibi- nature fort decouragcante. Sous la men nzimtuiiim ejuuiico. nnd a home. of Robert Ivearns, w as playing with s. UJ e out nnd killtng .Mr. is tion. The Iirst was a recitation, by a condiute du General Tecumsch SherThe tobacco crop of Christian County children in the stret t. One of the cl i The four others can not so large that new barns are to be seen in hundred of the older pupils, from Long- man, la dcrniere rebellion a eclate tie acc.dentnlly scratched him in the fellow's "Building of the Ship." Tnen was soon toKesi sick anu every direction. et menace d'cngloutir le p:iys boy as black as night, George Wash- nouveau Lc General Sherman etait compoisoning from the effect of Two freight trains on the L. & N. col- a entier. mer a Momer. The case is one of the most ington name, was summoned from et record. Bier 19. Yesterday lided at Glasgow junction, killing thirteen his seat to reckon pathcliapoem: "The mandant a Georgia, dans le Sud, Fimules, and smashing four cars. plus recemment etail Ministre dps jr., nbout two Dying Soldier." It didn't need com Miner Fatally Cr David Pierct, while handling n revolver ment to show for what cause that sol- nances sous le Governcment National. ne second story Cf.ntr.vlia, III., Octaber lotel, nnd when in at Butler, it was accidentally discharged, dier died; for tho poem was a most II a etc reinforce par le General de mine accident occurred here IV. sidewalk it w s the ball striking him in the breast, seriously touching story of 'peril and suflcrins; Massachusetts, ville qui est la capitals Mr. (.icorges of an iron picket. wounding him. a lame block of coal was being even unto death, for the saving of the de Boston, a savior de talent ct a it suddenly fell nud crushed a m fhodv of tho child until un guerricr Mrs. Judge Wm. B. Kinkead fell on the Union. As the soldier ncarcd his end Siple under its weight. He wns ,sbeam. and remained so La raison du soulevement est with both legs broken, aud was oth ild's mother missed it and street at Louisville, breaking jaw, hiu and he called to his companions for one a'in d'empceher le rctablisscment do is thought he cannot r mangled. It r the child nnd so found it. arm. more of the old songs of the village i'esc'avage dans le Sud ainsi que la reis yet living, but suffering and the whole body of duction, de 1' impot sur les moutons et While workmen were making excavu-tion- s fc'unday-ichooA Worn n to be Hanged. under an old brick wall on Main children took up the theme and suntr le fromage, industries occupant le ran" 1C. Annie E. IIEIZPhiladelphia, October street. Louisville, the other day, tho wall with pathos onry heard in the tones of le plus hautdans la villes lc 1' Ohio. . Fireman Suffocated. Cutter, tho young colored woman who Vllvt r N. Y., October bj tho freedmen. tho dying refralto. The Hard- - gave way and fell, injuring the following: P Literally translated, this, is: "Tho pleaded guiltv in May last to murder in tntV It home vesterday nfternoon to go Thos. Bush, hip broken nnd head fatally soldier breathed his "last with a praj-e-r lover. Wm. causing tho death of her false news from Ohio, which is one of tho to for his countr3 when the entrre crowd So. 2 nt tho New York Mills, of crushed; George Bush, serious internal inII. Knight, a colored waiter, was this afof the America, are of whit ae wns fireman, to make some re- - juries; Gus. Weissers, head badly cut; sprang to their feet and, lid by their towns prominent discouraging. ternoon sentenced to be hanged. Under ono nature most This morntug he wns found dead. Wm. Cotton, leg broken, and an unknown pealed forth: teachers, the leadership of the General John tUjppcsed he was asphyxiated while A Wife Sentenced for Murder. Tho Mar spangled banner, O Ion? may It wave man had his back broken. tho Tree and the home of the Tecumsch Sherman, the last rebellion Dodgeville, Wis., October 13. Mrs. worCg ou the damper. The State Grand Lodge of Good Templars O'or the land of m Isi brave. has burst out anew, and threatens to aidHnnnah Remley was found guilty of The days Two weeks later I stood at the other ingulf the countn' whole. The General somewhat remarkabic result met nt Louisville, a few elected ago. in Wf ing her youthful son in the murder of her and following officers were end of South Carolina, in tho thriving Sherman was commandant at Georgia frcjf Hash of lightning occurred near stalled: G. W. Chaplain, husbsud, Conrad Remley. and was senG. W. to imprisonment for life, LciLod're, M. T., where fourteen town of Chester, in another colored in the South, and more recently- was tenced one dav in each" year to be spent in solihurijed sheep were grazing, with a Moore, Louisville: G. W. Deputy Marshal. school, supported by Northern funds, Minister of tho Finances under the" GovMiss Ella Curd, Bingen; G. W. Messenger. tary confinement. The son, who is already the higher and industrial education ernment National. He has been rein serving a life sentence, was a witness in npm i'.d charge. The I'ash and report W. S.Thompson, Newport; G. W. Guard, forcolored youth. Rus'de of almost instantaneous, and Miss inn was the forced b3' tho General of Massachusetts, the case. Maeeie Lemon. Georgetown; G. W. - .... Tfirritlc. The herder and horse Sentinel, W. S. Yarell, Plumm-r'- s Land- excellent State Superintendent of Pub- town which i the capital of Boston, to- W We stood in the halls wit, the George Frisbyhorr, a warrior lic Instruction. America's First Cardinal. ?1'1 'inoc'ied to tne ground, and ing; G. W. Assistant Secretary, Miss of a great plantation house and over- of talent and to fear. The reason of :,9New York, October 13. The remains of Wjj lie herder recovered and looked rTTl it seemed to him the entire Corinne Wilson, Williamstown. The next looked a broad estate on a beautiful tho rising is for to prevent theMcCIoskey, tho highest Prelate T Cardinal . . 11 t. At... iYl'J Avas down. known to America, was laid away to rest Seven sheep were meeting of the Grand Lodge will bo Octo- hilltop, now owned and used for this If llsnuil'iu ih uic siauiy iiu uiu oouipr The knhroughout the band by tho flash, ber 12, 1SS6. ceremonies. v with imjwsing end. That estate, in I860, was held by thus also the reduction of tho .JMJ5 ?PADUCAn has organized a Young Men's funeral seimon was delivered Eby Archii ant two ot them were two hundred ...... ...... a..W.J., ..... the largest slaveholder in Northern flirt .lt.. mill tSi rhono i....A iMUf ft ftC" bishop Gibbons, of Baltimore. Christian Association. .ifaftba yew XorUixucst. yarl apart Smith Carolina, and h",rc is the o.'lic'nl cupying the rank and most ... Anton Fleck, Louisville baker, was of the State bidding Godspeed to the town ot the Uhlo." tYiii J Two Men Suffocated in a Grain Car. David Davis tells a found with a fractured skull on a public new work of uplifting to which Washington Aitken, Minn., October 1C Five cars htcr which may bo useful as a hint to street, and will die. No clue. There is now hvj consecrated a loaded with wheat were ditched on the siiy speakers. One day, while on the ed Shadrocic Carolina is d'sloyal to the a colored man Mr. Sylvester Johnson, a distiller at If South Northern Pacific, five miles east of here, sip-- uimseir, nc had occasion to say: New v toe piucsb Haven, has donated 12,000 to Catholic Union, and if the Southern people are Nugent, who is yesterday. Two men who were stealing a tAte.- - Ten years v turn back the march of person in the 11V31, I1U .L1U1U1, ui ride were found suffocated in the wheat. :s'"' ' "Then," said one of his Institutions in the State, to be distributed trying to TOiittaker made a From letters on them they are- lelieved as follows: St. Mary and Elisabeth Hos- events, these re surely strange wavs arro General ajato tac-- age oi s, "you'd better sro home and pital, 12,000; to Nazareth Academy, have been John R. Cochrane, of Volani for its accomplishment. So is it in all careful inv ttipn that Ms. claim Pa., and Louist Dust, of Champaign, jt4J IVyour jeogenihy. ' ."It broko to the Little Sisters of the Poor, the fifteen States which 1 have trav- Nuzent Wd'fiftcca years old , said 3lr. Davis, "and from and to St. Joseph's Infirmary, o,0T0. eled, and it will be, moro and more in to be o At the meeting of tho Chicaco h'A ttBe 'm.n(nr, thereforc,one m mo close ot mv address Mr. Johnson has previously made large do proportion as yoT and I, the Northern was ih. NeL CfreMtyffire years oi age association on the ICtb, R. A. personal niagnetfsm in my nations to the institutions. people, and the Nation close up with hun Boston, brtko the American ten ml &iir' His evestcht is as and sisters the South- I jmtgu eloquence." tt- ord in 30:02 Old Short Line depo; property, Louis- our brethren of hearts ofand hands SaSWten jcaw he has in Eaton, of C land in a unioa Governor ville, offered the Government at $100,000 ie ttBUi rccsu , omv." goptf rhcuni-ifwf- c sued a proclamation raising three years ngo, brought 531,000 nndsr the the A.D&&0 , children a came, of a new county " Education tine against cattle frcm M, From .. "jbraska. Chicago hammer a tew dnvs Ml aud Ohio, flC fjvutrx nd - :a ?r. Pi ,, expi-ir-ition- s : 1 . uivitLc-iittui- re-dri- ed w VIf - dn-erou- s tn" i -- - .11 tewC- K-- 1 . 111 - nl 1 1 fam-ffflt- l..-A- en-ir- e d hand-railin- g, irr i fti. semi-savag- e 1 -. lodg-sai- 1 l hand-railin- g, -- JL pa-1- d: - - jo-nu- i. 1 t I - I n-- 1 Iiet-irtn- i rL mr JF .IHV. ri irHvi m -- rJ n w on - r 1 au-tho- rit nrir-ini7- t. ", VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr i" inn-rov1 - 15 11. - 1 nolP 111 "oSbV'K J n stay-aMiom- com-pk-- S- 1 to-da- e, - 1 cart-ridtK- nv-th- e ol re-sn- saloon-keeper- lIt-2- r -- A 11 fnB nou-vell- cs e, IA1-- eok JfflHHp 1 thlfc wma ivjjmm. 1 5 iiiiik- one-arm- ork-hou- e. 113- io7iiiiiiiiiiiiiirii inrriiiiV. takeBr. Jrrts-byho- rr, er. . erHPh ecoMrz(i 1 l: 10.--Jo- R-- v. - huin i - i 1 "t re-cs- t- 1 L- to-da- - m ., x-Senator to-d- itis ri ai, - .- , 'I 4 -- $15.-00- 0; m ; 4. 1 cae i -- fe V ji J " t?.v-- '4 fM ;5- - -j-- r- - ,. F '. Ay'- J33 -- md V r r" i- yzfr i V -i- - .- - - t -- z ? "X. " " ?s-M K MmiSriMwWimm. y M nesa ' trTMT" r . v&. -- rfj'sLiK, -- i- &&? -- j&x&&7?&mgi $3jfiJMMwMm wr;. 4 j"- ' f .f er vHHiiiBnHHKXHXM waited, he, the King, at tho son's table, to the astonishment of all the Princes. But we know of a more wonderful scone, the King of Heaven and earth offering to put on you, his child, tho crown of life, and in the form ot a servant waiting on you with blessing. Extol that love, all all music, all pamtiug, all sculp'tift-nichitecture, all worship. In Drcsdenlan gallery let Uapbael hold him up as a child, aud iu Antwerp Cathcdial let hntid him dow l from tho cross as a marty , and Handel make all his oratorio vibrato around the one chord: "He was wcii'jdol for our transgress bruistd for our in quity." But ml until all tae io Ieempd got bom aud fro n 'hi gallants of tho of all tho piled-uransomed hall be revealed the wonders of redemption, shall either man or seraph orarvhangel know the height nn I depth and ieugt i and breadth of tae love o Go 1. At our National capital a monuni nt in honor of him who d d m 're than any one to ac'iievo our Americiu independence was for scores of years iu building, and most of ii . were discouraged an 1 sai.l it never would bo completed. And how glad wo all wera whon, in tho pro.enco of the h.ghes" clllc als of the Nation, the But will the monuwork was done. ment lo him who died for tj tt;rnnl ? liberation of the human raca eve b g For ages the work has been ui; evan e ists an apostles a.id mir-tyi- s have leen addin ti the heavenly pile, aud every one ot the millions of the redeemed, going up from earth, has male to it coutrib'itim of gladness; and weight of lory is swung to tbe tap of other of glory, and layers of hosannas on layors of hosannas, higher and higher as ti'e cnturies go by, higaer and higher as the whole inilleniumsroll, sapphiro on the top of jasper, sardonyx on tho top of chalcccony, and chrysoprasus absve topaz, u nil far benrath sha be ihe walls and towers and dom s of tho zreat capital, a mouum?ut forever and forever rising, and yet never done. "Unto him who hath lured us and washed us from our sir.s in h.s own blood, and made us kings and priests forever." Alleluia. Amor . , r v V 3 syria tho land of Judex, I bjthink myself of the precision ot God's providence. A razor swung the tenth ftrt ot an inch out The Brooklyn Diviuo DlsoourseB ot the right line means either failure or slip, laceration, but God's dealings on "Tho Lord's Razor." and they do not miss by tlr? thousandth pari of an inch the right direction. Peothough things in this world God'a Uenlluc Willi NaOom Tltui Jfesd ple talk a Choi ra sweeps across wera at loiso . Accident at FacKcbuko Apparent Marseilles an! Madrid and Palermo, and dinlnislratlou tors lu we watch auxL usly. Shall tho epidemic ofPlvIue Justice. sweep Europe and America? People say: "That will dapend entirely on wheiher ym October 11. Dr. the inoculation is asu;ce.3sfulexpcriniont; e BnooKfc"' praached this morning on the sub- that wi dep;nl entirely on quarantine ject: "Tho Lord's Razor." The Brooklyn regulations; tha' will depend on the early or late appearance of frost; that epidemic Tabernacle was crowded. At all the services held there aro people from all parts is pitched into the world and it goes blunof this land and from foreign lauds. One dering across the continents, cud it is all guesswork aud an appallin; perhaps." f? cuaractenstic of tho audiences is tho Rreat I think porhaHs that God had iiumbor of clergymen present. Before the My something to do with it, anl that his sermon Dr. Tal mage read and expounded the 2Uh chapter of the Fiist Book mercy may hare in some way protected of Samuel, the story of David allowing us, that ho may have dona as much for Saul, his enemy, to escape, taking only a us as the quarantine and the health pieco of his robe, by which Saul might see ollicers. It was right and a nece-sitthat David had had him in his power. The that all caution should be used, bat there hns coma enough maccaroni from Italy, opening hymn was: and enough grajws from tie South of The morning light is breaking, Prance, and enough rags from taterdema-liauf- , The darkness disappears; and hidden in these articles of The son9 of men arc waking transportation enough c.ioleric germs to To penitential tears. have loft by this time all Brooklyn mourning at Greenwood, an I all Philadelphia at Dr. Talinaze's test was: In the same day shall the Lord shavewlth Laurel Hill, aud all Boju at Mount I thank all the doctors and quarana razor that Is hired namely, by them beyond the river, by the King ot Assyria. tines, but mor than all and first of all and Isaiah. yU.,i. last ot all aud all tbetim, Itban'tGcd. In all tlw li,0J0 years of the world's exist- Dr. Talmagesaid: once there has not one tljing merely "hapTho Biblo is the boldest book ever writpened a ten. There are no similitudes in Ossiau or king, aso." God is iiotaiianarciiist, buton fathe When the Iliad or the Odyssey so daring. Ita of President . Lincoln, little Todd, theland died, all the imagery sometimes seems on the verge o sympathized with the sorrow in the Whits tho reckless, but only seems so. The fact House. He Used rush into the is that God would startle and arouse and where the Cabiuet towas iiTsesitoit, room and A tame and tpropel the most cmiiioit mea of the land limping, siJAPKppMpfltoll to accom- whilediscussing tke questions of Na'ional plish the objectsWhile there are times were chi'd had no when he employs in tho Bible the gentle existence; but 102Now, Go the care about dew and the morning clcud, and the dove those question. God the Holy Father and Sou and Guost aie and the daybreak in the presentation of God the to iu perpetual session in regard truth, we often find the iron chariot, the this world and kindred world. Shall lightning-earthquake, the spray, the ydti, the his child, rush in to criticise sword, and in my text the razor. or arraign or condemn the Divine instrument has advanced government? No, the cab ne; o the This in usefulness with the ages. In Bible eternal three can govern an I w It govern times and lands the beard remained uncut in the wisest aud best way. and thero snvu in the seasons of mourning and hunever wi I le a m'stake, un I lka razor miliation, but the razor was always a sug- skill illy swung sha cut that wuich gestive symbol. David says of Doeg, ought to be cut and avoid' hat which jug it his antagonist: "Thy tongue is a sharp to ic avoided. Precis 'ou to th- vorj razor working deceitfully;" that is, Earthly inty get out it pretends to clear the face, but of order and strike wrong, saying it Is one is really used for deadly incision. o'clock nh mi it is tw?, or two when it is In this morning's text this weapon of three. God's doe is always right, and the toilet appears under the following cir- uhenitis one it strikes one, and whin it cumstances. Judea neeJed to have some is twelva it st. ikes twelve, and the t its prosperities cut off aud God sends te;oud baud is as accurate as the minute against itthtco Assyrian Kings first Senhand. nacherib, then ErahaddJit and afterward Fur:her, my text tells us that God Nebuchadnezzar. These throe sharp invasometimes shavos nations. "In the same sions that cnt down the" glory of Judea, are day shall the Lord have w.th the razor compared to so many sweeps of the razor tint .s hired." With one sharp sueep he across tho face of the land. And those went across Judab, and down went its t'ircumstauc?s were called a hired razor, pr.do and its power. In .fctil God Ikcmisu God took the Kings of Assyria, shaved alWo hail our Nation. with whom he had no sympathy, to do the lowed to Sabbsth desecration work, and paid them ill palaces and spoils and oppressioa aud blasphemy and fraud and annexations. These Kings were hired and impurity and all sorts of turpitude. to execute tho divine bshests. And now The South had its sins, and tho North its the text, which on the first reading may sins, and the East its sins, and tho West have seemed trivial or inapt, is charged its sins. Wo had been warned agniu and with momentous import: "In tho same again, aud we did not heed. At length tho day shall the Lord shave with a razor that .sword ot war cut from tho St. Liw.cncoto is hired, namely by them beyond the river, the Gulf, aud from Atlantic seaboard to Ly the King of Assyria." Pae:fic seaboard. The prids of tho land Well, if Ocd's judgments aro razors, we not the coward, lint the hercos on both had better be careful how we use them on s des went down. And that which we took ot Jcr psople. In careful sheath these dofor the bword of war w is tha Lord's razor. mestic weapons aro put away where no In 1SJ2 n it went across tho land. In onu by accident may touch them, and lMiJ again. In ltd! again. Then the sharp may not reach where the hands of children was encased and put away. them. Such instruments must be cireful- - instrument history of tho ages was nny Never in tha handled, or not handled at all. But laud more tho "Otighly shaved than during wield tho lv recklesslv somo neoulo those four years ot civil combat, andmy cf God. If a man meet with brethren, if we do not quit some of our 'lisfortuae, how many there are individual and National sins, the ou- - "That is a judgment of will agniu take us in hand. bscausehe was unscrpulous, Lord has other razors within reai-l-i or miserly. He besides war, epidemics, drouths, del ges. Id cet cut down ! What a plagu-grasshopper locust and Irytbing! His city house or ours overpowe dug uc:ess may so far yiffcgonr. His stables enip- xcite the jea'.ou'f o bays and sorrels and un Je some pretext, the otlirlmuls that, great of prance by his door. All Europe and Asia may combine nations us to put rthrown and that he down. This Nation, so easily approached tumbled info demoli- - on u jrth and south and from botli oceans, a:op, my m'gb. or mm." at on co more hostilihave on sling around too freely the ties than wo o hind arrayed against any ever God, for thay are razory. We hava rvcen ly been told oi'.o power. the most wicked business by ski'lful engineers that all our for.resses ed and they live aud die in nrom d New York harbor could not preonly, and some ot the most honest vent the shell from leing hurled from the CJ conscientious ara driven into bauk- - sea into the heart of these great cities. iip'cy. Perhaps his manner was unfor- - Insulted China, the wealthiest of all naiuaate and he wa not really as proud as tions, as will ba realized when her relie looked to be. Some of those who carry sources are developed, will have alrp ed tbiir heads erect aud look imperial are all the modes of mod-r- n wanare, and at humble as a child, while mi ny a man in the Go!dn Gate may bo dscussing seedy coat and sluuch hat and unblacked whether Americans must go. If the shoes is as proud as Lucifer. You can combine I jealousies o Europe anJ not tell by a msu's look. Perhaps he wa3 Asia should come upon us we should not unscrupulous in business, for there have more work on hand than would are two sides to every story, and every- be nleasant. I hops no such combinabody that accomplishes anything for himtion against us will ever be formed, but I self or others gets indm'riously lied about. want to show that, as Assyria was the Perhaps his business misfortune was noS hired razor against Judab, and Cyrus a punishment, but tho fatherly discipline the hired razor against Babylon, and the to prepare him for Heaven, and God may Huns the hired razor agaiust the Goths, love hiin far more than he loves you who there e now many razo s that the Lord can pay dollar for dollar" and are put could hire if, because of our National catalogues ns A sins, he should undertake to shave us. down in the comm-.c.1. Whom the Lord loveth ha givas In 1S70 Germany was the razor wi'h die on embroidered pillow? which the I.ird shaved France. England No; whom the Lord loveth he chastenetb. is the razor with which very shortly the Better fcesp your baud off the Lord's ra- Lord will shave ltussia. Bu nations are zors, lest they cut and wound reaple that to repent in a day. May a speedy and do not deserve it. If you want to shave world-widcoming to God hinder on off some ot the bristling pride of your own both sides the sea all natiouil ca'ami y. heart, do so; but be very careful how But do not lo- - us as a natloi, either by unyou put the sharp edge on others. righteous law at Washington or bad Jives How I do dislike :he behavior of among ourselves, defy the Alm'gity. those persons, who, when people are unOne would think that our National symfortunate, say: "I told yon so getting bol of tbe eagle might ten times sugpunished .served him right." If those eagle hat waicii angest got their desert they would cient another carried. In tho ta'ons of Kmie long ago have been pitched over the battleeailo were chit he I at one ments. The mote in their neighbor's eyes, fiat Britain, France, Spam, Ita'y, time, si small that it- takes a microscope to find Khoetia, Noricum, Paunonia, it, gives them more trouble than the beam Dacla. ThrniM. Macedonia, G.eecc which obscures their own optics. With Asia Minor. Assyria, Phicnica, Palestina, air toaietime3 supercillious and ERypt and all Northern Africa, aud all the Pharasa'cal, and always blas- islands of the Mediterranean, aud, indeed, phemous, they take the razor of divine all the world was worth having, aud, juJgmsnt and sharpen it on the hone of liM.WO.COO.of that le under tho wings of peo their own hard hearts, aid then go to that one eagle. Where is she now? Ask work on nun sprawled cut at full length Gibbon, the historian, in his proje pseni, under disaster, cutting mercilessly. They the "Decline and Fall of t',c ltJinan Em be,;in by soft expressiot of sympathy pire." Ask her gigantic ruins straggling . and latter the snd pity and ImUjH-aUo,- . through the age., tuoscrtcclv victim all over before they put on the their sadness wuicu out ol windows owl at sharp edge. Let us bo careful how wo world-wid- e conquerors locked. Ak the shcol at o hers lest we take down the day of judgment when her crowned run s one, remembering the servant of debauchees, Commodus and Pertinax and Kng William Hufus who sjot a deer, but Cal.Ktln and Diocletan, sdiall answer for the arrow glanced against a tree and killed their infamy. As men and as nations let Instead of going out with us repent the King. have and our 3 trust afts to piercs aud razors to cut, wa had in a pardoning God rather than ltter imitate the friend of Hichard of Coaur depend on former successes the immunity. Oat of tie Liou, who, in the war grestsst Crusades, was captured and impris- battles o? the wo Id, Napoleon had lost oned, but none of his friends knew but one before Waterloo. ' P. ide and deSo his disciple went around duction o.tea ride iu the same saddle. where. iho land from penitentiary to peniEut notice ones mora, and m re than all tentiary, and sang at each window a snatch in my text, that G d is so kind and loving of song that Hichard Coeur de Lion had that when it necessary for him to cut he Jaught him in other days. And one day, has to go tj otbe's for the ha coming buforo a jail where ho suspected wapon. "In the same cay shall tue Lord bis king might tk incarcerated, ho sang shave with a razor that is hired." Goi is i, twolines of song, and immediately Kmg love. God is pity. Gjdishelp. Go-5'. Uichard responded from his cell with the shelter. God is rescue. There a e no sharp other two Hues, aud so his whereabouts edges about him, no thrusting points, no was discovered, an I immediately a sucinstiuments of laceration. If you want cessful movement was made for his lib- balm for wounds, he has that. It you want eration. So let lis go up and down the salve for divine eyesight, he Ins that. But world with the music of kind wordj if there is sharp and catting work to do nud sympathetic hearts, serenading the which requires a razo- -, G0 tiiat tmfortunUa ..and trying to get out of has no hing about him t;j he hires. save hurs, ti cable men who had noble natures, but when dire necessity demands, and then he by uuforecn circumstances have baen In has to go clear off to some one to Ret ca.cerated, thus liberating kngs. More the instrument. This divine else geniality w'11 hymn-booand loss razo. be no novelty to those who have ponEspecially ought we to be apologetic and dered tbe Calvaivan uiassacra, where merciful toward those who, while tbev God submerged himself in human tears, have great faults, have aUo great vir- and crimsoned himself from punctured tues. No weeds, verily, but no Uowers. arteries, and let tha terrestrial nd in" 1 must not be too much enrag ed at a fernal worlds maul him until the chan' nettle along the fence if it be in a fijld deliers of the sky ha! to be turned out, containing forty acres of ripe Michgan because the uuiver coald not endure t!je indecency. Illustrious for love be must wheat. At tho present tint? naturalists tell u therd is on the sun a spot 20,00) have been to take all that as our substimiles long, but from the brightness ani tute, payinr out of nis own heart the crimwarmth I conclude Itts a good deal ot a son price of our admission attp ga'" of Heavun. King Henry. sun yet. crownea uis son as Ktojr, iLof tha day . iin.! when I real in uiv text that th r ami 01, !,d t corauUoo pat ta MrvaHt' with thi uird rMor l At tori TALUAGE'S sermon. HE SLEEPS cvstor. CON W HIS llachelor How a fiiioil-NattirUn; Stvllsli Notions of ills .ii an I am it plain, quiet, unassuming in make no uiutcnsions to stllc Nelthcl j.ut en airs. All I ak is to bo let aloi enjoy life in my own way not troul anybody or anybody troubling me.v frlr'tila f.ay 1 am selfish. 1 piobably have noticed that nianj people are. one wav. boiiie another. It beenis to Ik to the human family a kind of failing. 1 am a bachelor. Also Was never married. 1 live in Hie coil 1 am not 1 re&ide with my parents. lookiim, but an ornament in an ugb way. 1 am several vcars old. It i less to say that I am not an eirotist 1 ke lo talk all nit myself, nor do I am wry sunt about mv neighbors. my habits. I live in an upstairs ery plainly furnished. 1 luo my b, one corner, just bes.de Hie door: bo aimwuimg-iaui- t' just at me the same Mile ot the loniii; an easy just opposite, t keep mv trunk in i comer, and a plain chair The room is sin at m writing-tabl1 have to economize space. M mother is an excellent woman ally, and so is m sister. The worst is we iwe a er comfortable nqv they Jikf to sllW it 10 MsdOl Keeps them constantly fixing aui ltirmjure: ami tiicy inxade ni . which does turn it topy-tundersigned. illiiu Hie I there has been a i nw.e furniture of a room in od of putting a buieau mi like it ought to be. They put a sofa the. Head they probabl ler of the root I e. m FATHER. .'ot ENGLISH FARMING. o oiith Found Out That Ills Were Not Kqio for the I'oor- 5cr." he began, after taking the old tan out lsiek of the bain, "your years aro nianx "'i cs, mj mjh." have tolled early and late, and bv the -- wiat of your brow yon have amassed this b.g farm." I hat's so, William " " It has pained me morn than 1 -- an tell to see on. at your age. troubling yourself Willi the cares of life. Father, your declining day s should be spent in the old armchair in tho chimney corner." les. William, they should." "Now, father, being you are old nyd feeble and helpless, give mea deedot thLfarni and you and mother live out your few remaining d.iys with me and Saily." "William," said the old man, as he pushed back his sleeves "I think I see Ihe drift o' them remarks. When I'm e readv to start for the m play fool and hand over the deed, William!" ' icv sir." ' In older to dispel any delusion on om part that I'm old and feeble aud helpless, I'm g'ing lo knock down half au acre ot com stalks with jour heels" nd when Ihe convention finally adjourned William crawled to the lieaicst hay stack and cautiously whispered to liim- - ou-Js- -- Iti-be- "on 4 Tal-nag- 1 , counto-uaiico- s p -- fri-nd- to-da- y, y poor-hous- com-plet'd- t,o-in- Au-Lu- 1 nd Nillv was tolnoach the same thin 1 ta at the same time! wonder if she- illy injured, or only crippled for life!"' Sun. wt-igh- t r.vnitu. iiihtokv. ii:i;i, OK (IN.M.VO pai:tn ii.i.rsTitAii.vn OVLIt 1.V meuJiations. - The other irucw.i 1 1 , keen-blade- d A PLUCKY GIRL. She Ciiinrt from Amtrl.i AIuuo to Seek Her l.nvor in riiil.ulelplila. 1 ha.r-breadt- tim-p'ec- ICoium'jta (Pa.) Special. Two days a;o tlioro arrived h;ro Miss Holga Gerberora from Sabine, a small village in Austria. Sbe cair.ed a s.mnll bundle of clothi ig and could no- - sp ak English. Her face wns wan and pal", but ;Mio was a linoly she was vvv pret-y- . formed, stalwart young woman, and t. cinsiderablrj at'ontion at tho When spok jii to she produced n card bearing tho inscription: do-po- "J. H. Lamer, book-keepa- r. g.-o- nt Austria, and hid given her directions how to c me written on the bank's note paper. Tue noxt step was to ft id the younj lovor who had sent o far for his bride. A messengjr wai sent to oye I in Chestnut Level, whero he was the oro mines.3 Af.er c nsiderablo search among the foreign quatt-rscattered over a wide territory, Pietro Pollncawns found. He was brought to Columbia, w'i.ere bis bride was awaiting him at tho residencs ol When the two luvers first Mr. Detwiler. met a touching scene followed as ihoy emclasped each other heartily in n wa-brace. A priest was sent for and the two were married at once. Au interpreter was also presont and learned tho girl's story as she simly told s m tional Bank, Columb a, Pa., U. S. A." Sli win at on o taken m charge by a inlrcnl olli da" and conducted to Ihe bank clerk, wj) explained that as an agent ho rero vrd a cash deposit from a stalwart young Hungarian sx weeks ago, in payment for a ticket for ouo passenger from Austria acrosstiio Atlantic to this town, aud Lc had inclosed it as per directions, sent it by mall to Miss Hilgn in First Na- tdi.iH but a n? iirni not like it n so 1 li.ne managed ptntleness tailed, to i 1! ulilv roiiifurtahle. an iiitini.it urn that a distil' itor wou'.d ainve in a ila (Male picparaUous were inai lier, nut the task was not cot day. When I got m the next ncr I found that the iMtoi had at was resting in the parlor, lier i went up lo my room and was stained out of m wits to see the anH of style 1 was putting on. 1 really know whether 1 was at home or roL bed was named out across uie uumu'f was Stan the mom, and tlio writuig-talil- e mi; in the corner ciossways, blocking- one window and keeping out the light C air. Tlie lieil and table were so arraiS that when it was necessary to go from if end of the loom to tho other you wo eitnei h.ie to eliuib over the bed or rTj under the fable. I cliose tlio latter meiiij and touud at the ottu-- i end of the room, trunk setting very ncaily across one ei and Hanked on either side by a chair. pictures were oddly limn;, and. altog tlio room picseuted a disurdeiii aiiin-ar- . to my eyes. I knew the parade wJ take place pietty soon, and I roolved I immediately took fc lake reicnge. matt t ess and quilts off tho bed and turn Ihe bedslcad up on its side across theiooi rm. T.ikluc Arimlntrtiirp. Tlie last of the summer night's concerts took place at Fraseati lately. dance in which many participated. A sat near a couple from Ihe country. The voung lady desired to dance, but the fol-ow- lank youth had not acquired the art. He had nn acquaintance present, however, and he sought him out for presentation to tho gill. The iniimrtaiKV ol the occasion mail) a profound Impression upon the rural gentleman. He matched his friend in front of the lady and was about lo proceed, when he noticed that the two were too near together, bo ho moved his friond back about a yard. The lady was seated. With great precision and a wave of Ihe hand the young man said: "Introduction." Then lie motioned to his city lrieud, and said: "Miss Brown, lake Ihe acquaintance ot Mr. Myles." Next, with another llouiish: "Mr. Styles, take the acqtiaintauce of Miss Brown." Finally, with au ever grander salaam than before, he said: "All take acquaintance.' And with that he turned upon Ins heel and left the "acquaintance" to ii pen as best it might." MiMlc (AIu.) llojtt-lcr. - v- Isll - rr Iftll w,: ' r. -- . v. i r-.w- - : . j( V'tAVx&m i ;n w y W I srTf.V- yKrj 'ts'vir: -" '' I i i vsm rB. r ' tm. i . m.- as t Hark Ten Voar. There was an individual roving up and At driswold street yesterday 1 in search , , 1 jjjwver who would prosecute a claim ml t ike halt the damages as pay. H some iMie what Ins claim ol d. an Overdrawn I'lct-irHut a Stale moot of an Actuiil Fact. From a careful study of the eol o paring the ground anil piitldtgin anc harvet:ng crops in this country I an fully satisfied that farm expenses :ir fully one hundred per cent, dearer, it main cases, here than they aro in Anier notwithstanding the much higliei , . t ages pa:d with us. The fact is thai The lnrrp. r Insanity. tlio employment of agriculBoston supports &)0 insane, says Mr. T. tural machinery is much more genera; B. Santfn, not 75 of whom will recover! This Is frightful! and varie in our country than it is in Insanity has increase! 10 per cent, in a decade and most th's. In the matter of hay gathering, nf tho eases aro ui.,tnP..i.i.A as an illustration lu po'nt. 1 recently individual cause may I), the fact saw a Held of some ten acres in extent. that Uric Acid blood sets the hrainremains on lire, . tho crop of which was being secured. destroys its tissues, and then comes somo 01 fatal lunacy. J he following was the modus operandi: form yothmpisso pitiahloas a mind diseased. Two hordes attached to a cart, tanMost braia troubles dem;"" a boy to lead the hordes; one man then if the blood is begin in the stomach; filled to pitch up" the hay: two men to load caused hy failure of kidneywith uric acid, action, aud tho with the'r hands: a" boy lo rake after, consequent destruction of tho Wood you have the fuel and the flame and there were three sets of workpeople brain in full blaze as after this on th's one lield. Now. and a slow combustion, ns when one raves, or in iu milder forms in Anierea, with one man lo had and of insanity. Rev. E. D. Hopkins, of St. hor-odrive his span of aud one man Johnsbury, Vt., a few years ago was confined in an asylum. Ho took a terrible to pitch on" the hay with a horse hayfork to unload -- more hay would he se- cold while aiding in putting out a fire in a bornim: cured iu one day than Iho three ets of nelchbor s that cold house, and for twenty-fiv- e years was slowly filling his, workers were "able to manage! The blood with nric acid and finally tho deadly raking after" would have been done work was done. The caso looked hopeless by a boy with a horse-rakafter Iho but ho happily used 1Vurner's safe, cure nud recovered. That was three years ago lield had been cleared of hay. his blood Wnat is true in the hay lield applies aud haying riddenremained of all surplus uric acid, he has well until this with equal force to the'harvest-lield- . day. In pas'ng by a lield of wheat last seaIt is indeed a terrible thing to lose one's son 1 saw a reaping-mach'nat work, mind, but it is a more terrible thing to suf fer such a condition when it can be so and .six men. two women, and three easily prevented. boys binding up the sheaves! In tho United States a "reaper and "What theworst thing about riches?" with the help of two men, asked tbe isSiiridny-schoSuperintendent. would do the s:lnic work equally well, Anrf the new boy said: "Not having any." Boston Post. thus saving the wajjos of live men, two women, and three boys! These inIJfe In the 1'arU bowers stances clearly show that Ktigl'sh fanners arc very unequally handicapped in is possible, for a short time, to the robust, hut the majority of refined the cost of handling crops alone. An prefer imraedlnto death topersons would Kngl'sh settler iu the United States their reekiug atmosphere. existence in How much told me not long ago that he hail more revolting to be in ono's self a living learned to do twice as much work on seiccr. But this is actually the case with his own laud in one day as he used to those in whom tho inactivity of the liver to matter of accomplish iu a day in Knglaml, and drives the refuse the lungs, the bodytho breath, escape through ho added t lint "he really believed he pores, kidneys and bladder. It is astoncould go back to Kngland and make ishing that life remains in such a dwelling. money farming." as the result of h:s Dr. Pierce's " Golden Medical Discovery" and restores normal purity to tho improved knowledge of how to expeditiously put in and gather crops at a renews the whole being. great saving of manual labor and conA nKNTJST advertises "Teeth inserted sequently of expense. I feel certain without pain." This shows one marked that it would pay agriculturists here to difference between a dentist ami a dog. send a deputation of practical farmers A. Y. Graphic. to America to study the system of put-in- g Throw Awiiy Trtips iu ami gathering crop's iu use there nnd employ the radical, new method, to the end that a reduction iu the cost guaranteed to permanently cure the worst of manipulating the same might bo case? of rupture. Send two letter stamps made. From Consul S'tww's Annual for references, pamphlet nnd terms. World's Dispensary Medical Association, lliort. G Main Street, Buffalo. '. Y. Sixteen Million Ancestors. So soon i n curious gam. Rask-baas a plsyr g"ts out hefs obliged to come A correspondent of Xulnrc has been in. at the pains to calculate how many an" Her face fo fair, no flesh it seemed not. cestors every individual in 'Jreat Britain Rut heavenly jKirtrnit of liritrltt nnjrer hue. Hear as the Fky, without a Maine or blot, lias had since the Norman CowituM. Throtich goodly mixture of comphMUon and arrives at the conclusion that "one due, Andiu herehfvks iho vermeil red did shoiv is descended from no fewer than This is the poet's description of n woman lii.iinri.tifHi ancestor-:- " whoso physical system was in n perfectly four grandparent-, eight and mi sound and healthy state, with every function acting properly, nud is the enviablo : on. The British Medical 1,'cricw patrous produced by conditiou of 'It has been by sonic very Dr. Pierce'sits fair Favorite Prescription. s thoughtless that this is equiva- Any druggist. lent to ing that in the pedigree of Why is a baloon voyager greatly to bo each individual there Lave been lfi.lMMi,-X- l he -. true There aro no ligures envied? Becausemost rises rapidly in tbe excellent prospects. in existence, or obtainable, lo how the world, nnd has amount and degree of intermarriage in PiKE'sTooxn vcur. I)imr cureln tuinuteJSc. -. nntl lieau tides, the general population; but there can Glrnn't Sjp GEn.M.vs(.iiivitcnivi;ii kills Corns illunious. be no question that it is now very considerable, and was in former times very Thkv sjay that Bjornsten, the tjenor much greater. In many isolated d willmjakea trip through this cjountry Courier-Journal. ir-- -G- entlemen living in flats will be Listen to Your Wife. surprised to learn that "to be a housea tenant must occupy the whole The Manchester OrAr.rS, June 8th. ISS3, say is At keeper one of the of the house," What would become of " Windows" us if there wero no laws to tell us Looking on the woodland ways! With things : Louinillc clumps of rhododendrom and great masses jr of May blossoms!!! 'There was an group. The retail liquor license in Fulton It included 0110 who had been a "Cotton Cotintx. (JX, except in Atlanta, has been spinner," but was now bo to 2,500, just lire times as increased Paralyzed!!! much as heretofore. That he could only bear to He In a reclininter-estin-- labor-savin- g 1 jwrltleHtoaeof ntnefltxr'rirrlr uprcurrd) and was for several years barely ablo to get about. ing position. ' This refers to my cae. I was first Attacked twelve years ago with "Locomotor Ataxy" And lor the last Five years not able to attend to my business, although Many things hve Ijren donn forme. eMrctching Imltut Nen Th exfr rinirnt Two jearssstol was oicit Into t tic Home for Incurables! Near Manchester. in May, 1Ss2. I am no "Advocate;"' " For anything In the shape of patent" Medicjnes? And made many objections to my dear wife's constant unring to try Hop Hitters, but finally to pacify her Consented ! ! 1 had not quite finished the first bottlo when I felt a change conio over me. This was Saturday, November od. On Sunday morning 1 felt so strong I said to my room, companions, "1 was sure I could So started across the floor and back. I b&rdrr knew hoT to contain myclf. I mi alt over Hie liou?. I am caln!ijr ntcnKth each dar.and caa , allcnu.tpafe without any rar own house, and hope Kwinto be able toe.im myownllvlnjcasain. 1 have ticea a member of the.ManclicMrr "Uoyal Echan" For nearly thirty yrar. and Tra nwrt heartily gratulated on coinc Into the room on Thursday vfrycrairnmyjoiirN Joii.n .MAXtllESTtK 1CCVI. IfNI. Two years later am perfectly well. OrSapport- I am now at lt life-alb- umen fa-h'- s, "Walk! e, "stfctr e self-binder- ," ulacuib, .'. lau con- ol airinrllcr-- If when Ton call for Hon mtt-- r tlm clrnrirlt hun.ln' out anything but -- Jlip Jlitifis" wlihacrernclumer of Hops on white l.ilxM. alum that drucstH an you would a viper; and If he has taken your money for liocua Half. Iiwlictlilni for and auclilm for ilainaprR d for Iho swindle, aad wc will reward yo litwrally for Ihu contlcllon. Sefl L. S. Court lnlunrtlon BRa!nt C I. 'Warner lleadlns;. Mlclu ami all his raleiiien and aKtnls. UrugsUts. and other lmltmort. taki wamlntr. IMC. 'Wayne, Da Tage Co., Illinois, f7 xujmjt,ii: tlut 1101" ntTTElto il-l-- CO. HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE l'crcheron IUrallied at S.600,000. which Include about sj-ste- 70 PER GENT OF ALL HORSES repurltrof blood l ettal.llfhed br pedltrree only IWi In corded Stud Book of Trance, Uk tud Hook ctcx published in EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. imported BrcodJlarcs 140 200 Imported Stallions, Old enough for STOCK ON HAKO: I rUf y iiwCr fcx7M year? old ot yotmger. Ileeoenlrlncr lh iirln- " "V ri Ie hrilt IntellU Krni orefxiert inn, now. T" "m t 'rrwell bml nnlmtji nur N. lulfrf to lio.f f thole rw!lcrre are not recorded lbe thonljt lo vuluid onlv at jrrade, I will all Iniport.i tittle nt prade jirlre when I cannot furnl-- h with Iheanimtl hc!l. Teriiled by tb errll.Mr.teof n. onsinai F""nc'iMud Imnk Fr-nr-funatolier and reeonl lir tin- - IVrebrrrn lon.pHtrr Illnc nf . To StnUc, 125 COLTS ?$ " tmted ('nlalojcucrer.t free WaTi. & wiftof Ctilcag,ua tlia Lbk-ag- I!L-t- 13 miles Ky. -, pcr-on- cro-se- -- 1 s -k- over-reachin- - ticket froni Pietro. My parents did not want mo to come away so far from home alone. I believed iny .over to bo true, and know he would Lo waning for me. I Rath-e what little clctli.ng I could an left boms to face tho world. At Bremen I was put on a steamer. I did not know any one. When 1 go: to New York my money was all gone. 1 hey put mo on a train and took Then they tout me back. I tue to.o Jar. could understand no on". For nearly two days I had nothing to eat and could not beg. Ob, I wondered whether I woull find my Pietro. I thank Go I did." Here the sta'wart bride wept with joy, and the assembled spectators promised that the young couple shoull be assisted in their w life. o it: "I got the letter with the money and rcy.jS5Jr-JI then hung a hi posts, on winch 1 fabr i aril, whii-t- i ing and a sheet of pai II Mil Is i voi rt st c Decor The Ho utl I then loo!, te luniks K 1 1 Tv . "fVLaTTl iTi! r ICaI aP !i lnN Wizi3.f- - " 1 I a-- al SlMj-OJOasdl- e Dal-inati- - a. some-Lin- es ell?'' "Well, how did I kimw whether he meant ...! .... OUOIIIU The Story of an Iiulrin Who Lhcil Seven 111U 1VU1II. .Illlt KUt l.A1.:,..t IIIUUI 1.. it.iit .lu I. t,,.,lu velonrnents. It wasn't long before 1 heania diunknrd's home, a sanitarium, or a bcore Years un jic cxpiaiueu noinuig. insieati them around to the room orqxisite mine 'prison Cor. ISostou Herald I it veryof going toa sanitarium l uroiigiu up at tuo The other day au old fellow named and heard the visitor praising hall am vvorK house. J he shook to my nervous much. They started across the Jose Onofre Ojda died in a town of tho has set inn back ten years, and Tin go- iMither said: f State of Jalisco, aged llo years He bad 'ITilh is Charlev's room hcie. He is sr ing to ie noui for it." Detroit Free Prct. " been married twice, and, only n year ago old fashioned in his notions that he won i , . . . . i no ?.iTcrt siii iiiij. thought seriously of a third wife, when let us do much with it but keep it clean He was reading a novel, and his white dea"h came along to stop iiis matrimonbut we came in this moiuing and fixed ial schema. Some time ago an old fel- up in style." With that she opened th lug hat rested on the seat beside him. He viug at San Miguei do Allen-de- , door aud walked in. low was lid not notice the stoppage of the train nor ir said "Oh: goodness, gracious! IfO years, a mnu still vigorous. aged realize that an old lady was searching for mothei. The records of tha parish cliurch conseat. His mind Dually drifted otl tho "For the world's sake!"' said my sister. a ory to find her snugly ensconced lieslda firmed his cla ms to a great age. Not the visitor stiiiiii a premature eomp long ag- down in tu pretty little tropimeut and asked if we had earthquakes i nm. Madam. I had a hat in this seat." ho cal village of Orizaba, there died an old i t io uns tumult oiini. i tin mill- ji.ti womiu aged 110 years, and a few months then proceeded down stairs and 1 rcturueCca"' ?"'.'? ,.1.: Don t doubt it. sir. she replied, as slid Mir.-nHivierad.ed to my vvoifc. When 1 returned to mv rooit agaa woman named of her satchel. here a the age of KjO years, a fact I found every thing iu its accustomed plae Ilsnoscd you probably sat down on It." And The Indians now sleep Iho sleep of contentment. flttes ed. tlu.n nghly Shouldn't a bit wonder."' that their hair i'aiii, the S'curaiii'iwli. a proverb have In winch case the hat must be complete- is black when that o" the Spaniard is Jly wrecked." Knife Accrillnjc to tlif MrHk. g. owing gray. A local paper noted the must, and therefore there n . " I .beg your irardon, sir. observed . a vvat,no 'It certainly,;ettjnK ,, until they call out other day the case of the IuJian, Juan Iee)l of ,liy restaurant lespectfulhunv station. Please hist up tho winder. 1 Santiago, who died in lc41. at the age ot er iu a smoke.' 143 years. This ol chap left two depen to a gentleman who was laboriously saw naidlus did like the smell 11 .Sen. graudchddreu, both fgid men. whose a tough piece of beefsteak with a d respjetively 111 and IO'J years. knife. years llnt vou have the wrong kiufi .. Kli-The grandfat'ie mairieJ, like tao I idians do, very young, and it is not surprising " Yes, sir." continued the wailer. Kr that he shoul have left descendants who handed him another knife, with The secret that was almost as keen a a rar ccntenar.aus. were r --jr,. i jjocl of th.s extraordina y longevity among had the tenderloin knife. ttie.r simple diet anl regu" Vou see," went on the se the Indians is .v EMSKm lar habits. Th-- y them elves say that people judge meats oy when nn Indian goes into service and eats When a steak cuts easily the food of the white man the Indians' der. so we keep a set o J toath begin to decay. Their perpsluil each kind of meat. toitillas keeps their teotb loiKieiioin wo riu grinding .on in the tortilla makes he oiden sirlom we whi e and the sharper, and when lie tee.h bone. tfive him a razor blade. 'viJ-'iiWw shaipet knives for the tons? APPEAL. EARNEST AN ;:. this way we save lots of x bed-cloth- MEXICAN MEfHUSELAHS. 1 Tliree.-Mcxlca- hunt a neat pvianmi o turned tho case i tw d do? corner ot the room I'm- table side down, ami hung a bat o hat on the otlu-- i and a p.or of lire the p the other two. I thou urapt-witn some shirts, and opened my trim sent iii in one comer, uispi.ivmga ne and attaeli? sortnient of the followini: card: "All for stv.e" 1 th? into one corner tumbled the d iinder-clotliing, the Police Court for lais damages." me to tlio workhouse for without notifying me what sort tuJioii it was." ditfercneo did that make?" reat deal, sir. 1 was charged with enno s. and an othcer swore that I ink. I denied the charge, and his Raid: "1 make it thirty days.' " A, !..-- 41 ,lj enous population has been almost invariable until recent times, and is even now the rule rather thau the exception: in Scotland, where pedigrees have been preserved for many generation-- , even by the peasant, class, consanguinity can be traced and is rceognied between families which in Kngland would be assumed to be entirely unrelated. The same thing is true to an even moro striking degree with the peerage; pedigrees have been carefully preserved, and intermarriage has been tiie rule, that is to say. intermarriage iu the same class. Taking the grandparents on tho second remove, a man would have at the sixth remove sixty-fou- r ancestors, but thero must bo very few peers of a creation dating to the beginning of the last century who are derived from sixty-fou- r ancestors in tlio sixlii remove, for the reason that intermarriage would almo-- t certainly come into pla: this would be st'll more conponula-lion- s stantly the case iu the mentioned above." Bead Decorations. intermarrying among the indig- thi fall. Chicago Trihuuc. Tue best cough medicine is Piso's Cure for Consumption. Sold overy whero. "Jc - - ... n .iti.m r'iY wrliet that he hv i f irlnl 5r.;'c'"f de -n xc!s"h!ehly praised In the medlel launi; auu. iiiuuku journal for Ii: u"m better than oihert. none were rlslit In ,,',c'rBj)mB upon the Iiowe:.. icsiiiue one pinrii.iuu alniottiies-a.rt-di:IIfe, when i:wce rwj of trii-i- r.rd tlio Mile on? at ence jiaprm cu nity refu.teu. act! ja ff tho l "j Atouso lad v gave as a reason for not mnrrng a man that ho didn't suiter. TO U1TK IltiLTH THE LITin HI ST r.r. Th BOVEKS' rnch J lsnrI Seiit. year. mid HMra nrni.nVAvM Ffin Krm ORnfK. 3.DOO llliiatratl whole Picture (1 direct to eonnumrra on all Koocfai pernnunl or fnmllj ne. Tells howl onler, nml t;lves ciact cost of tm thin" won nc, cat, drink, wear, ol have f.m vlth. Tlieae IXVAIX.KBUS1 JJOOKS contain information cleaned from the marketa of the world. IVe will mall a copjr F1XKK to any upon receipt of 10 ct to defray eipente of nialllnp. Let nj hear Ctoib Rrapectfully, yon. nd-rlr- ets 't Jg-a- 56 11' lnche,wt derancl or tor(id J V J1 11 for Liver Comnlsints and ilU canwl bv a, cnmiition of the fjrer.as ndioun.. Jacndic. Headache, 51alariaTRhenmati.m, etc. Jt regulate tho iKmels, ptinfie the blood, ptrrnetbenlhw pvtem. AN INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. Thoasaortvoi TeMimnniaU l"rovoit.Ment. iNT EBCOOIST yriu. TEH. TOC 1X8 BtrtrTATIOy Iacnro um h uUMVLvWhn C1VKS IVliolcscJe" ANY LADY canmnke!iandoroeRUC8 infoar nourwontot raa.yarnoranyciotn. .19 rechf, ciaivri. ?Sb!S,gPEARL frsmMrpttfrn. Easy, simple. MAKER WfAawcW fnfir.inntlnv- RUG on anrKRWlNO f kNM sr.d utamp for Machine or b7H iJkfAO hew Freo Un. fpiiawnTi AG E NTS uBnllbd II MONTGOMERY 227 cV 22!l Stuffing Up For all formi of natal catarrh where there It dryncttof the alrpas-it- e with what is commonly called "tnnnR up." Ely't Cream Halm M. Chae.Kan. wood, WafaoAh Avenue, Cbicmj0, III. WARD & CO; Plcconly 81. JNO. ArrlTforterrttorr. a. HOITTAOO.. NewpHn. NoraoneTrenalred. " Inducements. 2i8ut.imuuwi. 1 CatarrH A Mr DRUGGIST'S STORY. -- sys-m- y t?' " 1 at some of tho superb visiting and dinner dresses made in 1'arL' proves that the rc'gu of bead decoration is far from over. On tho contrary, the-- o costly and elegant garnitures appear in more elaborate, varied, and attractive designs than were ever brought The very expeu.sivo patout before. terns are marvels of artistic richness A ulimp-- e the-- e C. Chapman. Prucjfljf. Kewburjr. V. ., un trrltetIsc I hare told Dr. William Ilull'a I ran fav of It what I ItnMnra Tor the Lnng-acan not ay of any other medicine. 1 have neTer heard a customer rpeak of It but lo pralje It. 1 hTe reeoniraended It In a Rreat many cares of Whooplnj: "ouch. with Ihe happleit effect. I alwayt hare a bottle In the medicine closet readr for use. flvetlmmcdUtcrellef. been rrlcelcf. A. I. D-- , Mill- PIANOS-ORGA- NS Tfi demand forthe Improved MASO.V A: II AM- I.I.V riA.NOH It now to larcethat second addition to the factory hat become Imperattie. Do not teoulre at much tunlnpa? I'lano on Hie Belntt a sufferer from chronic catarrh, and bavins derived great benefit from the ue of Kly's Cream Iialm I can highly recommend It. B. i each-notr!l- ; Mm - - a iu wide bands lo be and beauty: sold bv the yard, pendant ornaments in special design- - for vest, corage. and sleeve decoration: apnlinuc in lloral and preTalllnc wrett-pltrttein. ('oaiilt Catalogue, free, im Stylet or OKOAXH. to 9SKM. For Catli. Eay I'aymenlt.or Itentcd. n HAY-FEVE- R Slgourncy. Iowa. Is asreeable to particle I applied Into ute. Prlce.Wecntthy mallorat llrnpiltts. Send.for X circular. ELY 1JOTUEK6, Uruo;hHs, Owego, Kkaskkx. Drurelit, i MASON & HAMLIH ORGAN AND PIANO COMPANY, Dyuutine devices- in amber.ruby.bronze. -- 1 ... down-tow- n 1 e " 1 t, m .r givsHBa lBLrr--- etc., showing wonderful effects in shadFine t cut jet ing and color cheme--. is miugled with chenille and silk, showing groups of delicate fern and palm patterns wrought on net or in male, etl'ecLs iu jet. and satin cord displaying (iothic points, and arabesques, with 46 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. No Rope to Gut Otf Horses' Manes v& Celebrated "wi.u-i.-- ' I1AI.T Kit and nUIIII.C Combined. can not le nipped ny any liorte. am- SPACES 'LIQUID GLUE MENDS EVERYTHINU , pi Ulna, uiniMr. SStTosg as Iron, Solid at a Bock. told dnrimt tho I Tha total quantity V tree, on receipt ui 91. Mnuyii Saddlery, Hardware and Harnett peelaI dlteount to tin Dealert. Trade. Tic Send for, I'rice-LItt- . J.C. LiniiTiiocsK.I!iH-hetter,X.Y- pieiiaiirrioany panui me i.. A&3 m Jk V st5&&i "2 glittering ornaments depending there-IroMany ol the familiar designs but so improved iu qualiiy arc and workmanship as to insure for them a place among the season's novelties. -- aV'iWllH V. J. W. mi m$m CflUfaiM BO Kn Wood,Iather.Taper.lvorr.;ta, nnci.rr, (Pat. necK.lSSl). FormaklnB l:ap. Tidies IIocxl.MIttent. etc Sent by malt, full direction, l'rlee. SI. AliKNTS WANTKH. Manufacturt-r- t Stsmpttl Kur Pattern on Uurlau. nu loreirrniar. lieware of lnrnnpementi. E. JIOS.S di CO., TOI.EDO, OHIO. Novclty Rug Machine Who Wa'uls.tlic The Uxliortiliuus uta I'reslilpnt to Marry j Washington please every one." A. V. Sun, i:iN.te.-. iigtESma Not Xecilril, letter. to-da- y. tr thi-'ea- i- - -- - k Tho President was kept busy i.i bis office From ten for over five hours o'clock in the morn ng until lunch he was constantly engaged iu hearing the Congressmen and politicians who called on After that time he held his cushim. tomary reception in the Ea t Room, whore neatly one hundred persons paid their Among the number of ladies who called to pay their re ip3cts today was, a lady, who handsome, matron'. from some place in the nor:hern part came of New Yoik. Upon taking tho Presi dent's hand she said pleasan ly. "Mr. President, I will call hero again in six liiontais, ami by that time I want to see Mrs. Clevelan I. Now. don't forget it." The President, snv.liug, sa'd: "Give me time a little more time, pleas. It tak-to nuke such a selec ion." "Not one ui nun more," said thelaly, as she pas.ed on o: the East lioom; "you have already ha I time enough, and or alt I knowyou may have alrealy made a selection. There 4'.iouM be a Mrs. Cleveland in this house, and I shall want to see h.r ' whea I call again." The incdeut was much enjoyed by some the conversation. other ladies wjo Indeed, it did not seem o give tho President any annoyauce, for tho smile never left h!s fac daring th reception. s "Oh! Mis. Jackson," remarked the boarder, "I have heard of a delightful ipo for cooking meats. Sha'! I bri home .8 CO "Well, Mr. IJrovvn" began the landlady 'oininon lull f (0-Mediums Lues .... 10(0 ...... (;)h1 me. thouchtfullv. Vurk Mess... . 925 PKOVISIONS 1 know. ' intcrruntei? 'Indeed she will, mum She was such "It is litil l'r iiiu sleum . U Da.ry Mr. Drown enthusiastically. "It makes one time hand on gooseberry jam, and she had IlflTKIt-Fan- cy . 24 Oliio Creniiiery hungry just to hear it. vouiiserl to show me now sue niaue it. too, 1 25 riiiiic "Upon second thoughts," responded Mriluin. I'll declare when I heard she was AM'IiKS KS per hairel 35 . ,Iacl;sou. decidedly, VI think you ncedn'fJad I je.t lelt so bad I didn't care whether POTATO NliW VOltK. Chl- Aot any tomatoes canned or nol." bring it home. A. Y. Graphlr. Mil! 10 . lirst-clas. . 'F' iwmmmm iTB- The Czar is tlmmo-- t ardent iu St. Petersburg, and often hold of the young court lad'es them a spin without music aud ceremony. THE MARKETS. Cinci.nn Cliolit lltilcneis Coimnoii (iood packers SIIF.KI1 I.ocmI to clio.ee. Familj HOtSfc' 1.1 waltzer catches to givf without Awan'"' vsmmlAUdealertcantellitMEDALS. TWO GOLD rrroiiwuntru OMW,,r v,ivYr lormrlecan FREE byroalu I 32 MILLION WaMSIT. mm Lorillard's n R. U. AWARE THAT, Climas Ping 1 Na-Clippings, and that Lorillard'A Iba best and cheapest, quality considered ml Hn tag; that Lorillard's Roan l.enf flnecut: that Lorillard's nuOa, ara s Scrofula of Lungs. 20, ISM. CliatS WHCIE Alt fill fallS. Best Couch Syrup. Tastei good. TJie e sold nr arasciau. 'as. I. CHJLrV ti. October M w a en V 3 35 3(0 "IiiiineiiMirablc borrow. ;reat pity that Mrs. Trego dropped ,.iddenly, isn't it?" it ...... ics, ... just is Hint very f In ti 0 ilium, bhe'U be missed for a long time to (Jlt.AIN t 33 GZ.SH t 4 65 45 va &3GJ 3SS a lam now M year old, and have mffered for the lat nfteenyeariwllhalunctroubte. 1 have trent thou, randtof dollar to arrctt the march of thlt dlteatc: bnt temporary relief wai all that I obtained. I mm No. 2 led Corn No. S dais ISi II A -- Timothy No.2 No. 2 limed No. 1 uiui-- 5; i 12 50 G - 65 13 U) (819 M '.s au W 49 c to & 15 . 1 s i m 1 unfit f orany manual laborfor several ycart. A friend ttrongly recommended the ute of Pwlft'a Specific (S. S. S.), claiming that he htmjclf had been greatly bcneCtedbyltauielnwir.elunKtroublct. I rctolved Theresnitgarerrmarkable. Myconshha tolry It.my MrenRth. hit retnrned. and I welsh tlxty left me, nnnnfltmorc than I rvpr HtH In ,itv ltfr. lthnthern year tlncc It topped the ue of ihe medicine, three but I hn e had no return of I he dlteatc, and there aro nopintorc'VBeft icitintny lunsa. J nomrnaru cttklndofworlr. T.J.Uolt. Montcomery. Ala, .Tune S. ISM. Swlft'tSpfdfle Is entirely vepetable. Treatlte on Ttlrw,1 and SlCln DlEfftMK mtl.l The swirr SrKrino Co drawer 3,'AUanta. Ca.. or 157 W.Sd Street, N.y. A aC Fta-MTi- ftil OpernUne VVaihlnir Machine. If you want ona tcna u your ruw, i . w. i once. Tne National vo.i rlf nZTCCCS UrrCKt TolntroduwthMn.wewll!OrVEAWATI.tOOSelf- ", ""i fret. Standard Silver. F.ipentttinidKirnUt1 KrBlhar.dwars Ca.fFtf.: rartlralar tiiw. CtnTiiiin: outfit Kaaa. - An trtim Man or Woman In evert eounlTtotellciireoodt StlirriT. ',.,.... Bcf.on. addrets to UsCUlllUI I- - RED tn on Cotton Turkish ltubrnra. c cry person sendlne T. WHITE, Eaton liapldg. lllcb. aiiip:-tfree- ... ren at utm.. OPiUulii l'.DY I'O.. Iifiellf rInd. enrea ITAIllTS qnlctly 50 Ilctnccn Un- - Course. tTo Ltfwr. Tf G It rrill'll A .S.O. Mitlf IN Wliiiit 'Z No ZCh.cago .AJ a (ft ? 3 M 9-- 14 Fred taged eleven) to Eliza's young man: f.iv, Mr. hmiley, that was an awful rabj vosleiday, wasn't it? Smiiev It was a heavy shower, Freddv. Ficil Was you caught out in it? Smiley Oh, no! I remained in tiro bank iint'l it ceased. Fied Uiinniphantlyl There, Eliza, do you hear that? You told ma hist Sunday that Mr. Miiiloy didn't have enough sense to come in when it rained. Philadelphia S.lptlC. ItelctlPiI. I didn't see you at the german last Fri-,- " said I larry Uevare.iu to Miss Devcnon. i1r.3.M?d you very much." ,'Ycs, 1 jhnu!d have liked tb hare been sent, but I wasn't well. I had to stay iu house ai.d diet all last week." ndeed! 1 thought your hair used to bo itllti darker, but 1 didn't suppose it mid take so long to dye it."' iid then the silence was oppressive. ) Com No 2 iiiijiifl P0'4 99 51 rollK (HIS I.AHD Ms Ill'.Tfd Western slpnm 29 9 M . CJ10 00 ii 52'i 39 m I 274 CHICAGO. rLOnt-s-ln- te mid W'c-srC It A I N Wheat No. " i No. 2Chicuijo Spring Corn No. 2 ed.. ..tl 50 51 a 42u 2.V4 m . --- 4AMFCiVx 5one Opnnliie BnlcsR bearing this Stamp IJAMES MEANS' $3 SHUt. iaao in nuiton, uonRTCts ana I'-cBeitCaf Skin. Unexcelled au zurMw.ujr, wiiyw ,.... V" i Appnranre. A rosiai card .teat formatwin Dnnc yoa pet lout loo how to la XNr ICv thlis Shoe la any btaie e. mm 1 eaverorcni.rianQtOM . most beaut Itnl and Ilnett toned w price. fendforrtskrue. Addrets , orici-a- forf ree C af tlopue of B"oV of une Von Teller. speakers. IMil' Tii.Oyirna-tIc- . VVrltrre. il'rcam Booiit. Deoalea. Letter AnnM .NcwTork. 1 Dtci.&FiTxcr.nALt. .any. i "WI. Binr nnd Ware tent U.H. i. KX 1 'f ;Jv ' orTerrttory. I . Ateani n -- hx.o'. Boton.MU(. aiai B. C. fclrchl aherr. v vntc-iiv'- " & to-t- 3 Wabish-avChlcag- CANCER Treated and cured without Ihe knife. Itoolr on treatment sent free. AdX-eKaneCo,iU. Oats No.2 Mess 1'OItK . . S 37H I.AltD Steam 81H 8 W Q, 6 05 fccureanusdacta.Kdcaallpnby ROME sTUIIT. MMtss Cou.raic s.aiia.o.i. roaftiromlli " 1053 A.X.K-- E. UAI.TIMOItrc. Call. How They .Make It Out. "Who is that old duffer?" asked the new as a of the milk-magrocery-ma- n man went by. "Why, he's one of our most trusted citizens." "was the eloquent reply. He l How do vou make that out? rwn nwiii? ms a bill ever since 1 cai n, iiiimbfcr. FI.OUK GHAIN Oat I .Military Tactics. the Captain of the Coke (colored) Hifles, ustin, Texas, is a regular martinet, he same time he takes the trouble ng U'ij drill to the members of jaaTil-i- T learned Tninlly Wheat No.2 Corn mixed mi xt-- I Ai 50 50H J5 00 5034 rmiVISlONS l'ork Mess Lard iteniiud CATTLE Medium .... .. 3 a 400 31 10 00 Many a Lady Slen Think - 2 50 (7S3O0 QUO V4 is beautiful, all but her skin ; Lin-imentl'- EnR-ft"'- - bTi Prof. Trilobito (eloquently): "Yes; all things cama by chanc. and tbe great clone itself, like a mushroom, sprang up Id the utcht." Little Betsie Brightcy; I fhculd like to know, phase. ln vhtrt here." de right about face, learn de lelt about fare." iskcd -- i tht ttti cama Iran," 1!k? milk mm gleef.illy eratehed his giocvryinaii thiusht uu. iVircoiiHt Tcttf laughed That's Just how we make it viviHk ir -- .JlHKS heaJHHHK - . Corporal Sam am percisei.. desam! et'titm li.t a'it .). yy; i.NDIANAl'OMS, Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. ..14 Flour A No. 1 GRAIN Wheat No.2 red Corn mixed oats mixed POHK &1 15 O 27H 439 w they know all about Mustang do. Not to know is not tolbave. and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to gut beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balra. j 9 i men - ft iKifeft---- . " '.:... I'. .?. k A. r-H- T . J i. T0myZ.1J?i i .ai.a. BP",r , . - s&sS' Cs St xv V I 3 S'essSt S33 SS mlmM Tl:cse Goods were bought before the late Kg fip.mri.mi?: , "- -. nnmn uTf mi n TIT ' - J v.WAAjarA.v.y outuone Has ncAY received Ins ill stock of FILL AND WINTER GOODS. e found at any other house in th" jecii- n of country. He has completely 1 Eisc in prices, and they are ail first-- f ass Goods and will be sold at lower prices llaian Jt1'11 prices. all former purchases in duality, priced and style. Recollect this house discount a 11 JStf funnel ITfilAV-1 ?mri " T 1 -- I 1 a. x. a w . v- r - - - rezs'cjsrriFr,- A BASTARDLY HEED ffiiraiiii St Sort Joiwf lie (!r!i" util-ts- i 13T iivi nniS so:'i?i'civil. . lfK.' flf. 'lANKATO, Mlx., Oct. lu. A 1 C - ( i THE SAME OLD SNAKE. J - 1 "H ti: - - KcntuckiaiiS KentucUiaiia corrcsnoiuluiit or tlio Free- Press Roo civpb tho follcvinir details' of n ' fm,-- n :,w York 'ivicgram. 1 thiteen mule VV., flommis- - y r& JT.o NegrHMEasme: " SHOPNorth West corner of Mi .., . ...,, r easc'of alleged- - lyjaiJjvraft-inal-r- 1 'CnpTSTlCKmith, of the schoo- - They were TrTgHUllttWlUiicknvau, ' county," .Minn.: nop gjl faml Ti 3fM vyP? Tr "T hul W 3H tbt; Gov s grnde, Is'icollc )' n. MniTiiiitiu. which an iv- - imcui.wiv m ' Ssrati.tiM""" n ramvAiil. Tiod to a Treo. o v.iio lias been dfw T. tan. Mrs. John Ajril V Utl V davs aco. after atwehe- - nr.ho.id sd'piw w.jn attcuciiMl .irK, .,-- , ' frum' Ncvueius. ro- - eia ralnrx!i Ptm!nl Isick ..for Iftro in ce - o- ..., 1., ,. v. .i.i ..,4:. Ilickninu xxand Fulton i;umii.iu.-- ,.or ! CSStil .in nmj ei- picscnxyear inI. flint thfi nn tho IHel l ITCnn- - i tlllbl:i. t'.'.'H-- 'W-JTT.1....hr . T rn m.Vw -- -iyj&f 1 V--? frH" fVW-'-T & iy., aitu union coumy, leim., nhvsiCians. but luc fourth dav EM rt,.nt. ' dlTHE BARTER GROCERY- Tub Presid, li.ivo been long infested with a' ulio'vroto to friends- in Sweden ou Captain tells the follow Tl0 a l ?T Al Department u" mWP-J. H ax'df f n ; of thieves and highway rob-- ' t,n nbinin(d information ping XAV BB.5 TliT R. J. 3f. iiONTGOMERT, nacua- Ki W ur.. i.iin.uQi,iAmino mmimi. ea their rem-ition w lJ'jt cea to his friends and the public that bors, white and black, who have' tritfiinruft romedv. Shetheusent tfli r di a nlaccd in his lmr Imir and a frairinpnt not stopped short of murder to n io.L-n-f &- -a n .!.. be bag opened a new and fresh supply of 'i.i? Per- nf Jnr as rcoirested: r fio i,nriii winch timo 110 Will ' t th accomplish their designs. t . all kinds of Fajjilt Grockbiks, which ha 1). 0. PARK, will Bell as low as th lowest. He is rofe haps the moat dastardly outrage together with tho amount of ft scaoo 0f whales but by close oration of his jlcssigt to dj at all times to exchange Groceries at hat? ever been committed in money called for by the witchcraft ohscrNatiou i kl!CW t,at jt vw greas. lA'W: that Shotguns aad eash prices for Suttrr, I'jtp, Chickcns,'or from the doctor. In response sJte was told K(r..thiiitr irreator. Itwascommi Has now in stock all tho new improved Jkcech-Loadithat section comes to-nKnjr hind of marketing that tk faming - AX. ma y FIELD. Pebsimmon trees are full viejuity of Hickman. Mr. dco. her sickness was brought on by toward ns with moro than railroad Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, "Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats friends may hrinj in. Tho highest mar fruit, and this is snid to forced s .Roach, ot Graves county, who the manipulations of an old speed. It catno up from leeward an early winter and big 'possiV In Arllto i'riictlceKluccSurcb, 1KT7 and Helmets, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at ket pries always paid. inter-- ,!UK ;l witch 111 the community, travelling there 'in the Call and J.M. MONTGOMERY h BRa and soon ns it came within n half WILL practice in all the comities of the prices that will compete with any otUer city in the country. patent, was stopped The letter said it was an old woman a mile of us it wink, and again crop. est of some aud in tlo Appel- examine before buying. First Judicial JS E. a few nights ago near Hickman by wilc, frequently wcntto.the hoiiee. made its appearance to windward. late Courts of Kentucky. Newark, N. J., which elect, eeptlS-l.-v and robbed of negro hihwaj-met .VJIS concluded that an aunt, I now discovered that it was a sea SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE i.,r.ro a Democratic mayor the other di all he had, about a hundred and TrR Johnson, living in Hebron, percent' with three ve anally gives 1,000 Kepublif secure- - Nicollet county, who una irequeni- li tv dollars, ami tnen tica .,,.!, one bein- i,.,,.!m. ly to a tree. The negroes then them, must be tho one.! hm. & Rv.iitv.fivo feet aoart., majority. V'Oa. l&.-mQlltook his horse ati buggy and rode rls. Johnson is a woman of ro- - (Tlie wj10e s0ri)cnt must have been KENTUCKY BTREET, A. cb R. T. TY LER to tho Alissi8sip)i rivor, not far spectability, but the family Geokge W. Ciiilds has an? three hundred feet loner. It was on aaad fo Lil they punched out nounced publicly that Air.-;-. John- - of a black color ami doubtless come of 1,200 a day. Ho awnv. KEEPS consleatlj 6.1e LAW, ATTORNEYS AT one of Uio horse's pyo3 and otiier- - ROn Tas tlio one who had bewiteii-wis- e what so many sea captains hao newspaper man. HORSE3, CDGQIES aad HACKS. The Fall Session will commence him so that ho ca yvs, Solomon and caused her reported as island in gulf stream. butchered Hiving pcrcbased tfce staLle, hcsafl IIICKiLiy, - - - KENTUCKY. and entire orctSt of TT. B. Plainao r died. They then secured a skiff long sicktlcss Further word was 1 now believe in sea It A Paducaii man has a silv VT ILL attend to a'.! bttsiinss entrusted no propose to continue tLa tnninna, a& MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 18S5, n and departed for the indefinite received from tho witchcraft may look like a fish story but it spoon which has been in hi3 fai YV to their solicit p&tron&a known as parts unknown, tor in Swfedcn that Airs Solomon was certainly more than d I'nraiturc Factory. ily for 500 years. And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences bringing hoy3-'7Mr. Roach was discovered the ;onld only bo cured by 8 feet long. Wonderful next morning by some travelers tiiC i:Ccnsed Mrs. Johnson public, things are in tho lible and won and released from his perilous and iv hnforo tho sick woman and ae- - derful things nro iu tno sea, out District Teacher's Associate JMONDAY, JANUARY 4, 188G, W. DIESTELBHINK painful position. Tho scoundrels fusing her and alappuiglicr on her tll5s s tho wonder have!i To bo hold at Clinton, Ky. have not yet been caught aud it mouth until her mouth would oxcrsccn. Continuing Five Months. R A meet in Clinton College, F u. is not known whether Mr. Roach bleed, then Mrs. Solomon would Tlp 8Ci10oner B. H. Harriman and Saturday, ov,'7tli and Tho our3 of ftudv. Including thorough primary work in English branches, MatheATTORNEY Af LAW' eau identify them or not. The get well. Tho family made a com- - a!(U) ccomitfcred on tho seeoud. matics, Latin, (Jrcek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, M I?E1DY RnG people of that section are thnr- - plaint to tho Swedish, preacher, A. ,iav oul two immense water-spoutand Calisthenics. 9:45 De'oti'Ji.al Ei.rc.i.o-- iter. S.93I Estiito Ag8llt EspecialMusic, Drawingdevout to tho preparation of etudgnta for tulltfie, and oughly aroused on account ot. tins Anderson, who ordered .urs. j oiin- - TJl0V troro fnmel-shaieand' Wiiitiv Cm ton. atteutioa U . .. i ... i i "pVTO space Jo name aTi acttcte b HICKMAN, KY. Tr men for busincea. iim ouier (lcprcoHiioiis, nun quiua S01. 0rongnt up for trial, which sivcpt ftlong at ft terrific pace. iv.. Ad(lre . f vcic Xs tronhle to show goodn, in Tlipy passeti with a quarter 01 a tcrinteiMlent iiiUu.i. ci m, : wniiia iiicimv uu uuiiu 11 i.uv too! nlaec after the- services te ndprvrtptly to all bae andomc and Fee, at the corcc; gj ' o caught. M nim in SoathTrostcrt tho Swedish church last Sunday nnip 01 tno senooner. ami soon and Moscow Avcaac, Zsjh Hl'kinr. Northwestern TennCiiPee 10 10 Nrv, t ,. John Solomon m undard certainly lias been at the houso. of t.i- - :..f. ...;r m.a ,iisa,)ejlrc,i below tho horizon - p to iho inTestiga on gi-Denton K t t ik UL7.ilkV' IM K M'H TUITION: " i't''"v-v- . 11011. A duigoui inquiry tllA ttPARniinit ill as , ,vt. TtiU-K. Alb au J the purchase i nreacuer acting juugo aim .ue The enthnsiaam of tho Domo c. MauS Primary Pupils per luontli..-- .. S7 U Li tr "jn ... era aud citizens of the s: . 400 :rf?' a 7 1 Tf vy m n I " ,yr l ...... fiitermedinu; crats of Virciiiift leaves no doubt 11 j , f f ailed to develop any fa.Ajfl.ijI wssi ; rrc. Snin'nnn testitietl that of their success. Tho campaign -. COO 2 1TJ rt.v2o mr uj.v. ISSii to thirteen years ago, while riding 111 maw bv Fitz Hngh T.co has no - it A. y-knowledge or ' 1P7 a w!i?on tocrother. Mr. Johnson parallel in the histoiy of tho State G. 513 inrronoo"T .i.. - :. , lf.d..R n,mi!Thl(,tfHTfi?'ii tlir littnrrr rf (DAVIS OLD bl luucliu . ill OuhbLUt, SSAB,"2T ..-- ,, About three years agoquat i.ciore f ,, ftnnt All tinds of hp rft?i, thrnJu ? M f& Cilnmnii Hickmak, KyM A. 7, 1SS5. 3a Bro. Geo: '(Ta . .HID. UUIUIUf" wio trilrrkii cj.'i.-- r;. Rufebcll couutv tiic other day, 1, . KENTUCKY QTAPt AMP BAftfnv1 Johnson was visiting atg her home vj t m ; saioral crvlccs io - r.isu i mtu I m .) of the county CO Itirehaso people and sho saw Mrs. Johnson take 300 of tho vicinity. Iacfes,.a and rt. oually kept la a bJ Lenient ot our hold of her quilt on thel bed, and monntcd their horses and escorted il ora prices- editor over since she had felttliat tick- him to the lino. His mounted es- toll (jvery : t j 7E FhNCT CAlrBj ?ehas written ling in her back. Chafes Lind, corts in other counties hae. been equally large, and the feeling c&- xzaa 21 on tljg ,pro- - another witness, said Jie know $x:g mi; pnety ofXtod- - .Mrs. Solomon's disease wk9 caus- against Mahono runs so higli that ' ii JU ( ti tv tit on gi cnAjfBEnii.iE3x ziozujiQ procession. V Superiatenduit J H. is ivuotand ed .by witchcraft. Mrs.Jno. Pet- many ladies ride in tho accompanycountv. signing inoso erson said she had eeen the witches A Sun correspondent, "37 25 3ffi& m ihj Adiourn fr pi icr Wr. Murphy on send the craft off, and hatt seen it ing Gen. Lee through the Stato, m t writes that ''tho people of Virginia court house, win n t1 ro woi-iEi at iranK- - iiy iu tho air and strike persons, Hagii?a CciTcc34 Soaga, pZ5jt j tso. ESpSh y Hon. V. u 'does It all amount who were soon after taken sick. havo risen in their mitrht to hurl dreasctl byC. L. Ka.... and Capt. II 'etB, e!ie, I. in 1, I looks, nud nll'kiml CSJSftVj&iSk Cvc?"r7iU not bo nofieroold, make the most of it The accused was no present at back in tho teeth of Mahono and t i 1 . t ,, T.ic'ivle ami Supplies, ct a bar Will pay full yrlco fon Bolte BsefV &fl SATURDAY MouMMi' Wiso the slanderous assertions zd? po'ssibly can ? l.rocerie and Family Supplied gea the trial, but was found guilty. that thev are murderers and assas 9 25 Devotional Hxeicne- - Rev. d eraily Why iu a mouth or two your At last accounts sentence had not sins." . There ia a rumor that Ma White. Relation of District, llcgo,. nice oulogies or cutting criticisms been passed upon her. 3:55 , , bag t fof Jobu of men will not he read by one. . .n SJilburn,'It ., poor High School e l?OB c Sherman, but as John cuts except those living directly on mUtam3t MlImJf Saddlery aijd Harness Eminent Women Dr. Elr Fctlorni sAa" turn i'ldca- figure on horseback he will counttho railroads, before next spring, little in n cavalrv camnaicn. ir i Browne. Paducah. tio:a in iSic ttoittli. tho mail cannot reach them fori Reoitatioa.-Mia- e Dav:?, giuia is so safe that llO could woll the mud. Wo want two or thrco LoaiJTiHc rr.octnt j afford to spare some of its on PLUMMER & FARRISS gravel roads ruuning clear through; The Hickman Courier, in reply Tracher,, M!saiottis J T thusiasm for L ow 1 ork. nio Sifl?,ct0Il iucah the Turchaso ami a suuicientnum- - to the Democrat, makes the only( Courier Ofice, -- or. Jackson St., opposite 11 Vihat lecis'tatitin 13 ncceary ti bcr of feeders to oircn up every noint in defence of Federal oir! n J- W-Pr- of. UICKXAN, COSVEHTIOS of tllO Colored 5?nil of our A section at all seasons of tho year. for eduation in the South that has Maj Uarrw, l'atlucah ; , . IIAKUFAGTORERS OF It ia all right and proper for a any weight in our mind. It says cilizens 01 iveuiuowy is caneu 10 51. u.J31Pace, Scale; Ky , ducuwion 4 WELLeelertcd stock of Saddle and newspaper to keep its roaders that "since the Federal-Governmeew wora made to o -- ... IIami3. occnmhln in T,nttiRvilln mi- thn. rfifli Dinner. .w. 1 Defects and remedies of ccmnionsr. posted on what is going on in it he Prompt attention given 10 freed the negro and tluust CV'7 November. Thin contention caw Superintend: nts Honour MXr:i P ilitical wcrld, but iu our opinion the duties and responsibilities of of is jflvcry poor paper that does citizenship on him, when tho will take elope to petition to tho louiity; K. H. Webb, Ballard Cuunty) it Aa. ve Margrave, not devote at least a portion of whites of the South were poorund Legislature to compel Sheriffs in T. 2.05 Moral Graves county. Eugenie 1 of any kind. I Iv haa secured the services Culture MLa of thai well known aad excel'et workits columns to the improvement already burdened with tasca, the summoning juries to summons a ham, Paducaii. and development of tho county. 'Federal Government should as- - per contago of colored mou on 2:15 Recitation Misa sunshine l man, Uncle Iob Farriss, which of iteelf in a guarantee of good anil faithful work. man, Paducah. Wingo Purchase. sumo a portion of tho burden of, aprli 1 rc- Map Drav.iag of fhc District Mi ? each jury; ,, amllo enact laws Tlio ......,v,.u. iUn T.nmo1nt.rn lilllintiilir llini ." .., nnm1orc nf wiu ii.ioi,imiv - . o .1 cretla .Thompson, Benton. W. Y D :i i tt from Western Kentucky should '' TJ,:it argamont has lost much of t cognizing ineu- rcgnia un rauioBus, Spring Kill. Special rotlce. TaUc tfe$ V.IT III DTnlTIHIf)llK . TM (UN IIP ifttfk 11l( HTIII lI'Hi II1M II V Specimen of Bliek boirJ writing - oi.v...w.., ..r,.... i.fvMlAAi '.4T,. Tr.. "" u uuorc 10 navo iven- - jflow B. 0. Caldwell, Hickman. Ujne aul thchnproved All persons indebted to the firm of Bon of stock in present turnpikes cumstauces of the whites of tho Tun Frankfort Yeoman says: Miscellaneous buMiiet. next ant a Jirewry, l" pieas; come lorwaru L B pa. ly 'ay, and make mce' ottlomont. hv aud gravel roads sold, and rem- - South. Tho ereatest wrong over "It is said that tho number of ho When and where the coinmi held, appointnunt of ( o'huV drug stora Alexander t E now sj apert, 11 i:;t or 01 J. T. Hoss I'rcjidcnt, Pa': vested in gravel roads in Western perpetrated by legislation m this- Kentucky Void stand. m cl sudden and onforc- a Sovereignty Convention is & DUE WRY. DONDUP-AJ. II. SAl'NPEItS V r Tho State cannot bo c(J cuf4nchjseinont 0f the ncgros.1 creasing. The statement is d M. T. Harriuve Sec V, Kv , Feb. 12, 1885. thereby, and this section p..no ,ir;m.;Mios 0f ffovorumeut bably incorrect, for there has been J.T. Saunders Mis I. Will be much improved upon tho subject committee on program Wo do "and humanity required immediate1 very littlo said ments AVE IjONEY not boliovo iu a system of Stato aud ample provision from the new since tho question was asked what n v nnfiniii ki iiiii 111 tii.b y f. tiiv. iib and aid,to, internal immrovcinouts but,ca extraordinary burdens impos- - they u.ifwiiv;ii Nobooy ill seemsii..i rulton 'or. fesale Headquarters for al to vr V3 this money has been lor years iu ern on tll6rlToilnmfion.ftr;lheSDlulli0..stiuii actlv what is wanted, and StateBj J)Ut 5t was not provided know exi Tlie follouini; rr.olutloi Tiso to aid Central Kentucky, and for by tho Republican party, and verv lew are willing to cro it uiiiui. Uopt"l bv TOBACCO and CI9ARS tho CTiiurt. ! WlIKCEJin, Call on nearest Ticket Agent, it is but tair that we should bo al- - tho problem has about solved it Those who appear so anxious for VroTiiIrnre, tuIt inliai pltm?-- our rum re j ib to dealers only at Factory FAINTS DRUGI, abili a change should put their wits to Ui liw, hr., who ha been lor lowed the use of it for such pur- - self, as to financial and other Or Addresa the "i k rteJ, thif coiiut) in the cupic.i ty on the part of the whites and work and let us know what change (irimty Couulv Clerk, and. fc.Iii poses. .Wi R. Jones, Scokh and Stan? Scotch SsnSI will suit them. They must all agteo Loili in a citm-i- nnd officer, and ilefblacks to deal with it. W.Vi c; uu loci u turn, 11. rr:ore c il -A Pais. Aft , Pftllai, Te., U upon something if they can." Erselrtd, TliRt wu, tlio "IagE,tratrs m 1.W4SI.EY. buit in the market. We ali"o keep mm J, r tr' f. countv, in tVart - PRESCRIPTIONS OARA iVi. j constantly on hand a choioe selection 0. P. & T. A., Sfc.hvIIle, Tanq. It is said that Gov. Knott is The Marion Press says: "Our TThcv C:iss" Anstvc-- r If. olution, , thU coantj I im lunt nd athoj That in tl.s OOMPOUNDDl JlrCHiw-e FRITZ. HELLNER, T. AKt HlekmMi, ' pardouiag fully as many and a Congressman, of un Hon. W.J. Stone, following sentence from fmily a kiwitttimil gtu-- M(t vn.. .! . I... ..fu.rt t The WU13C CUHJB Ul CUIIVJUIH Ulan JilHUiv.. FAMILY GROCERIES. ...,Tl,n pf t'n Bmelcnt, Tbt ou " nshingtoii, Uookto CONFECTIOXEKI ES, burn did. But there ia not Tennes-- ! 1'ultoD (Vuntj CiHirt un ttnuiraiea irdcr Ids avefH to j result is a chaugo of postmasters j Senator Ji.ckbon, of AND FKUITS, v7"ECEi5r snd that a certlfinl copjr of thco tho howliug about it. Will some , is very carefully avoided by f..rrnld to his widow, nj that the Hicl which wo will sell very low for ihe cash HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS one be kind enough to tell us in some oi tuo ouices ot tno I'ltoi Fulton Corair.Ku district. Capt. Stoue is said to bo those who object to the Biair Bill hIi theso !ruco.IiDE Fultunian be reneated to Please call and see U3. why! Tho Purchase. to J. NAtLr.B, very popular with tho officials u 0n constitutional grounds: J MEAN WHA T I SAY AND SA Y WIIA T 1 31EAN. 11 C HICKMAN, KY, Some papers have beer, howl- the lono, i.Comri W. l. TATtOC, Can wo approve the policy of T23E- - OKBff SCIENTIFIC 8WIXE nE3IEDT 19 ing by insinuation against Gov be i h1r,hV?,,tRlI.t8f 0i"d entering the States with tsaolntlona on tli- - Dentil of III Kuott, but wtf have novcr sco L0WEH and LOWER. 'i'lioaianiou arrest the once with the best" class of Coii- God, lu UU giv plsawl TfrcsnMS, "any acensation purporting to a All kinds of Groceries hams, side9, &c. or tiruTidence. toIt has Irom our nlilTt R. F spread ot II Eold by all respectable Drnggists and Central DEALER 19 rrmoie AU34U1UUI as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be tho facts and statistics upon whic rrrAcotnnn i other contagious descasesin cattle lon imn, who hiM ImHbi;Jailer of this county i ' Italian and American Maublb JOHN WITTiNG. that soma tribute iaj WHAT THE REMEDY WILL DO. or other live stock, whilo with- eral jrar, hhJ to base the howl. So far as w ana as urj tu im Twenty-tw- o iu the holding aid removing the plague citijwn ami Ctcr. therefore, bo it trortu It will pot jmr aop In Ann condition. know Knott is making an excel- western portion counties t,r c MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVB 117 tl It will Increas their appetite. of the State have of illiteracy? Shall the government lu iVi(Ki,asmblM,Jiagiitrat the Fnlton of' i. C.mrt that in uoitIi It will expel tbpujon from thir ay.tem lent Governor, is a good Demo- been organized into n district annually make largo expenditures Thi.nniMeu, Fulton coanty has lost a :ood c FETHE'SJjfALOON. STONES. It U the only reiaedy that relletrg a hoe when smnt Pinw. and will stop conjrh among your hogs. crat, arid a public man '"upon Under the aUSIliePR f thO Kcn - ;,i nf Stnto nnnrahtiiift Inn-- ni- - iu and valuable efllcer, and Ida widowfitln-- cii'l -kind aid a(Stlinte Imsl.nu ani . It regaUtes the towel. a fine lot of Ana , , rr..:. "" . It ." ". r. jiation uf in HAVING received Marble-- , 1 ara pr ujh"- - checking: "the lspread ot.7 "tlio pesti Umilcht, That thattol.ea paeour ap rOr.l r llo whoso bro.w the people by general "tu ounuay-schoIt will nrrcst lisen,0 l every Instnne. Italian worth, one of tin now district will hold its first lence that waiKOtn in uaricncsB and flixt Tultfin ttutiti t.'nnrt detlWjitt tl tiilfcni Those getUng IIMaeJ or not) will ealn more FRESH REEU constantly on lap. Cipared to fill.all orders. Call and eza acclaim haY placed a crowu of The pora ue others aro ga.niugono.than c a! tkat lihi w hIow, ipy (hat the Hickit convention at Princoton, Novem- the destruction that wasteth at ory.ferwanlMl to a crtifisl cand of tlifso ra !at raraand Tobacco, of Ihe best brands. tNWGennlnv uiti, ,ui t:., ii.rk.l doul"c IMp"" "' ur work. ! civic statesmanship," and in com- ber 10th and 12th. Every Sunday-Echoo- l noonday." and refuse assistance in 0t'WirubJ lirfiou Kultoniaii ho r6ilriteil j? Patronage solicited. to Iteuare oT IntltntiotiH rtnlmiits of mybo Ifaf "f".0' Orders from tho country promptly linn' Bcinedles, enclosed In well known uemedles. .. wrappers of same color, siio, ud directions -- -. t say 26 nov tf fairness thoso papers who is expected,to send at least correcting tho wide-spreamon II 1 and J. Natiob, 11. V. IK.ijiho, vOjnjmt REMEDY HAS DONE. thrco delegates. WHAT THE would accuse Jiim, should show threatning evils of illiteracy in the W. 1. Tartoa, J ilHB same localities? up or shut up. .!,,! ji a nAss'K. Jfo., Jnre20, 16SI. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 1 sro Cllre flir Uo. T Io,t A young woman was tried for Lower ILan the Lowes el?htham nil Pr. J.x. Unas' Hog Ken.edy, and can rrcorawenuaueruasorover three linmlrnl CuoIcraiI began JIAHItlKD, hnndre.ldllHrs(SO)orthoniogsIai-tFprinRontohead. lunacy at Hartford last week bethe Presidential .T;?R.Ta, Hereafter clerk espsnsss no store ren renliiistlielteiuedr uhi.TiiK wtsi uriNO . TTHK . ITiU.. Ill I4TI. f litt. I...... dat, and fnn:..IM firt dar iKESUBUKJUNIU-:5JDEM;r-,alin...... r.m . .. the lrth oour.ty, ". t In rism nlonr. The Sow York Board ofijPradc cause she poraiRtfwi ? sweeninjr campaigns will run without break .Ino. tbia Walker tionMiss Annj ii ,",,u P""'w P, ,nc hiiE aui cash for all mv Groceries, and wrreediiiK Uie Haas' ICkueut, I1 IIAVK It ihas saved t.i " 12 ,icrt?K. Six Ilooius, Two Lib 6J to Sl.fcoo. M. -- lily in t Im- T.M. and am sure ct iiiC. 81. S3 nnd 82.50 hoi. 'S", pi i ."..; " cnn- - S2 --11. an sell as cheap as the choan te.ro s Good Well, "Spring, Stables, Orchnri will actively fight for a new hank-- tho house conslantlyt and trying! right up to November, the October Loth of thiscoanty. KC da of 1KS'I, lr &c Apply to rig- - Jla-1J.S., ianapoli, lud. nit s VttUuherc and I.on . - vv.uiKI UU0I.I rapt law beforo tho next Go to keen it, R(ra,,,u,.,c!ie lir,in . elections in Wej-- Vinrinm and- On tliO 17th inst., Mr. J. C. . . GEO. X HELM, cbeicer hin the !ov KJ3P V. Tho . Rensiblo iiirv COU'GILL, Hickman, For a'e by J. imnniitcd her ueorgiin!i"5 i MiMattie Jones. niavllSSJ-Gi- u liicktaan, Iv . T gross, and this makes its MWM""" JOHN WITTING. "J - thrown iu portauco io cause any msturuiuico On thc2Ut iiiht, Mr. tept25 4t aim . - .J ZTX .. " HI; ely. very a ciironio in the eor.ise of oventg. .i?Mias Uora Whllt- ! Sc-'omo- n, Fr.-ffl- i v j 2Kb.s " Trui rjjj a a '! i., . .4 h i. c , ?.. . ........ ,. ri fi,tk a rr.anroau iirik. 1. - TnElioriRvi. ti hctf 'head lines into" tno 1 ? t - W te CB c.nrat? " . . u .- - ' & . - V. - w nuli-mul- iir.i'i LI . rt . 1 Pr, tllO-lirait-- lej-atai- m: w a V- , I .... jHHBii "BL - -..--, in .i.iniln n iuv h. ovri 1 I a 1 w p: eI!HHi KB 1 i has position of chief tl BL u T . S. Mrashal Gross' Bkfl cept the position on m, Times aeateu by ohnson. W,vnrK Okueixk BWTZ MBHOEBIB, PPWWPI gmsMm TTT1 ATT PlflOI 1 Boo,uOTfiiiuin - iyaw K WMm I.JI ...:.,,n...:,.i .- thaHFi fejsioaa! NoV eP 55 I.., n ng wo-wa- 1 Oi-ui- ct, -- n ..,. n m SqS&goL au-rhn- ro i lb Paris Pakkek, doc-regio- cre-OiBc- o three-hundre- latest w NDLE. s. I d, x - : - itej-iD-'- c a . , , tK r -- -- - -- ........,...,., ' tax-paye- rs I ! uia nV d;K, Prof-Thro"- c ! ! - ,,' j ; 5 9.-5- .'fe ; 10.-2-5 'r u-c- - uarHfc RK tjBfct Book-Keepin- g, yg en 4tttf5tt r-3? B' FARIS. -- firet-cla- ss ; 1 an?2 vTH iKinav - CASE & MILLET, z& - Groceries; 3jS JBy eb 3) HICKMAN KENTUCKY, ASHYIIsIjII, I t IERTWEGK, BALTZER & CO., nt TK. ..V - -- v 1 SSSFASSUHQ 3 Atlanta Florida i.uSt L 1 ! 'u ... ., i cir-tucky- 's ! pro-injure- ' ' , m- - I BKKmB SlU. IVBm ST ik. lk nHr jm. liH.' i'U lip nl iro-xll(,- b- tA. Hickman, Kentucky. x a I. T THIE OLD REUIABLE CMAS. A. HLOLOOMBr FAYOKi; M11N1 Al MiMWl i e Base 2:35aa: 3sr, tu-w- .". ij r liua-ai- i- MAM ( 1. s-e- , sat i YOUR I WILL INSURE Store-kecptr- HOGS , T??x i.,fi t pleuro-pnoumom- Dr. Jos. Haas' Hog and Poultry Remedy. satc pcr-on- ai (.loui. "") I i -- 1 r oi jgSjcSaatay lr-u- rvri-una- l m - k (ier 14-- d oceries I t nui-suinoic- iney-ottgiifetoilm- 1 ?" ." - HuHHHjjKh 'rT' MJ ;ndH3a alHK i ..T. -- tir A .. 3 r U 1 "V.v. rv.r;.' ' r"9rjX. r LOCAL HEWS. CYPRESS SHINGLES. in All heart Cypres Shingle, firnl cl every respect, kept coiistnntly on hand, ami for sale at lowest prices. IF. BUCHANAN. oeptll 1 ijgg -- ' c- B-- ? V-- - Maior-GennraAll persons exacting packages by express must come to the nitice prepared to pay freight, ixs I will alluw uo package tu AK 1,. be taken out until the freight U paid. No Ul UIU HUUH'll Utrele. twice was commuted to one excepted. R. M. ISLER, Agent. ment for life, and he did Judge Milli sail. t.n .HKiTttFisuoK t;o3safy tewrart or rtTTV i gnished lawyer n:,d Democrat Ciaints, Oet. lSth, 1883. Indiana, was in Hickman c.Jmv.. The following claims were this Jay alTou can buy a nice Ki. and Monday last, on e.vi lowed and ordered paid out of the lew of for $1.00 per pair. new. Judge Mdligan ws M. IS95, Bpicuoualy before the cohjujvW J N Outten. Ttauner med. account. S 2200 . NEW iti Inst years of the civil war vuffir ,V C Johnson, official and bridge ac. lo3 05 i 181 70 Carpets, Oil Cloth? and lings very T V WallaT, Wil account. several yen afterwards. because 15 OO Cheap, at Warren, printing, or his arbitrary arrest by th,. ip-tar- Geo. fowgill, fori: per med. ac. o 1.' J W pi BU UH A JN A !? trial and conviction, W U Jones; ac as bridge com. 8U0 teuce to bo hung, on the YlhTC T J WilHufrlixm, hriige on S line, 80 00 You can buy a nice Alexander kid iiltve 1 V of beiujra ;..,$in U U Wade, bnde lumber S. line. i 225 at 1'laiuV, fur 5c and 5lc per p iir. organization l;uowu as the Kurtfe T 1 fe t i to-wi- t: - . . ! y, j ...... -- ' oct23-- lt Ladies Seal-f- ur IT. at Buchanan's. Caps, The next Legislature will probably pass a law making gambling a penitentiary offense. ' The WickliiTe Journal knows of three candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney from Ballard buluvrrr, hauliue bridee loinbcr. E CoMios, p toper med accoool, impriftm J Clay us J U itting ac br limf seVS&s J W Mayficl.l, bridge lumber, months in Stale's prison o i Ihif K M I'tincau, 2 pnuier coffins, charge. lie finally got a hearing J"J Jvinea, injie on piuper, ' 1 dav as bridge com, before the civil courts, where'-& S C Jobn- W B Corum," for (J was decided that tho luilStjjryliatl hoii, lumber, ho right to try him, and- - set ,hn W It Patterson, 1 muprrcofiio, free. Our information is t!iattfic D W IHckcrun. 12 ilaya aa bridge rn.i-isen VY Z.,1.. 60 ICO 7 60 ft 00 0O 600 200 420 300 county. 0 The grain market is dropping A Oiptnlu'K Z'orinuoto Disco fcry, Capt as the corn harvest approaches. between Coleman, pcIi- Weymoutii plying vty had bjen Wheat dropped from 2 to 3 cents troubled Atlanticcough ami I. X. Was una with a to that he this week, and corn ojinpauiizes. bio to Bleep, and was In Wed to try 0? ew The elections In England ofiKl"gsonly 1),80ovcr-- v tor cave instant rcli, tmTai i.S,' l:.i It not tho Rltrnn.Rhimornn.Su .IS Lr.1 lich so mnckJR SKId ,.vl IIf Cjn-uinpt- in I 24 00 Judge did not belo:ir 0 the Ycommiiisii.iuer, S Elliott for A T Mitchell, bridgo Knights of the Golden Circle, and on P C Crevk, 30 00 that his real and only offense if C Doaaho, lumber, sod oa bridgo against the Government was the coniniisioner. 82 8.) W M Meets, for Uridge. 57 75 fact of his making speeches " " 1 pauprr coffio, 300 to the war. iiTop-position Bryan, Brown Shoe C'- I!ie Ribbon Shoes are the best ..hool shoes ever put upon the market. Parents will do well to e:;tni;c them. Have your children wear them and your shoe hills will he They cm he greatly reduced. found only at H. Buchanan's. Don't bnvanv other until you h ie seen the Blue Ribbon SIhr-- . -- u call and see our superb stock of on which we will guaranteeto save you , lncy Dry Goods and This large and cbinmodious'building is jam full of new goods, and r.e- knowlcdgcu to be the irreatest assoitmentand best selected fctcck evcr brousiht to this market. Kcvcr in the historv of Hickman, have goods"a been ottered at such low prices, 5 yard tic, heavy) t 5a per yard. v nil Plaut is nelling at lojc icr yard, A U WOOL F 1 . i x. V h.L "t3ir i J M Brawder, bridge lumber, Anplo V6n'C' 465 J no WitUm?. pauper annnlies, 46 o country beat for m i C at J II Saunderi, 1 year's salary SopL. ) llPW-JlPI- comes Oil the middle OCT. t"0 papeT3"Tn'Sp!nuntry, Ot Govern- - The Ycizer family of Paducah, are heirs to a fifty million dollar estate in Baltimore, and have entered suit for the same, say the "Padacah papers. Wo acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to attend a grand reunion of and at Owensboro on October 22, 23 and 24th. The Grand Lodge of Good Templars, which met in Louisville es-fedcn- I t The worthy and vigilant ofti- - . N inmh,r onTror 12 00 ccrs of Fulton havo commenced road to fill the county jail, which liu (5 Thnm attention to pauper, - 17 09 been without boanloTraiifoonip j a. X King, building bridge on pnb- 148 50 The ruout beautiful patter the Low Who tied hv the last TXrcmV court. ,l0'.';1. 'on t ion to paupers, two and tbro plv li 0 Tuesday officer Gannon oronght , w,u ,,nnmr , 3O0 PututV. Carpeting frum!" xoxeheapcut ver offered it IIkki Klieke,, cenuilltted j m Anderson, 1 pauper coffin, ani in Anders ! e r fi nn i n the place. ut 5Q0 T to the county, jail' oiiihe charge; burial of same. JK3 TMia riuh li'ls :iirlv eiiHlliU-iWe are 15 00 Sill 4uck of Footwear in heavy and fine goods, is complete he tiailK'l - ' JI. 'r"' P"uprmed. maccount, of grand larceny a UH,i.v ... g 1? . 1. j I L . TT ..- - . ah mm i ,t i Animiiurv li) wniiT evervining irom .tne uucra It ...... .t.triT TYUt- 7ft mV.I ' V 14 lHWhUiaUi i IV .Vmw.j .!at Buchanan's. The Indies are in rruucii jvxii iur juuw, lu liiu nuav' i:4lA "' 28 Iiict week, II. S. Chevis ' ta' charged with hcaKit open . 3 ft lrri a b0 testacies over the magnificent line JA Boot for" Men's wear. Don't do yourself the injustice to overlook lonber w Grand Worthy Chief Templar for b,oy' 2 pu lot' Dress Goods and Trimming i. Huo. store ?f Adding fiiinghes, j s naz, l da, a bridcom. the third consecutivo year l kJexhibited at this popular house .. Fulton, and steahur sowo money, f k raj a cuni f.r &ik r friends and tho public Renerftlly, that we bayo jupt received Eannntnice tt .. n a . j ,:..i fellow S Halmor, for use J Aniberas c ooa. A "VT 1.1 it li,U,.,. 11 ;,. vv nn imnienpc Block of all kindd of Furniture, aud solicit the trade of parties uh-butin.- ir.uiik o V.' nd noriiiwesiern . nronuai. ore- - was nrourr in Tlie IHiu' " . . 90 CO i iv V We can ehow all style of Furnituic in plain mid fancy. Also, a Cue line ing to tlicts that batan will visit this v asproviHetiwun aiicjwtoi "ds r ur h'deon h'tnte line r4l, 85 all others in Hicknun inekginccT of t R U country in person in Jnue next, and elaimed that two grown " l.....tt- 1 ..l.rv .annnn :iud cheapness. Don't buy tnitil; We are not prepared to dispute t had induced him to help them in 450 Oti i. ..!. '.,.:i - ,) . .j KinimMi. 1 you have st-c- theru. vearata'ar? as nls prediction. mai ue A U tho 250 00 t ioiitnd tliom Cour.tT Attorney. itlRt. llSCfiCRO thev CO TIio new depot building and ' him, &e. Tm61;C'Hc feSldw i w B Brown, a pauper attention or 8 OYOTERS correct styles, asked : railroad uAiciifuon, r. tti j i Tn Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing, we're carrying the ick-- i in cast, I' layior, atv'a tnia uy ! ...;,, A v .. Wc propose to make our prices to Knit the ppirlt of the tiinen. Ton can reM assured 23 75 .l TUB freshest and b st Oyster by t,,c"iM leading in low prices. We have everything your heart couid desire. ii.u.iw tn i, ,..,M.i.i i,..l-- orders under $5, ,rirl, rn.n.nt-o- .' Tlio.l nrnrrrccil.o. you need never leave lour house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as low ua ""','"" ,. , v can, r iicrvea at an liWill. OTIII IM "V.c ifThe. Ladies are invited to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock is any retail Furniture store in the "Puicbase. I.I.. .,!..... f,..!... il wors .. ,oe- - ." i unwii fnpttw ue ouucM, out iuo is elwmtox aov. 1 8M, asdato 1 SS5 o &c uatl lurj.ig wajr centred, alway Very respectfully, ing well done. ykv, and we are showing all the latest novelties, in short and long uar- D C XuirciiL imlM election Nov. 84 2 00 :r-!Interoslinjr IKsiicrtcnccH. acaaon, at t!i M 2 0J R B.t'low, L'hir itronaje of ladivu Bullcited, and stni Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of T. WILBUKN & CO. A prominent citizen of Hick3 15 K H litnjonl, Phu and mileage, arraugeuoi.t for uitir p.ue at- iKtu j man claims to be in the secret nalnrh,u IJ foil hie jTtrinf-- rcmrdy 0vtr been onr intention to undersell, and if you will only try us, fS?S.ore roomflin new Odd Fellows building. 84 2 00 nieia! fkctioB Nov La'tittcn haws trkd "For three LACLEDE 1UU3C Oi sill eonviuce you that we are doing it. that a healthy boom in factories Ion the vear? for Stomacfa efery Kid. ey J1 C5?All kinds of Ilepairing uono on short notice, and in a workmanship ntyle-waeptll Also and JlMn. JinJff ,,' a 2 00 are prepared to give special inducements aa and bnilding improvements is ap Disonlers bin got no relief, natil I twl ' , J"1,stlT' . Shff. and mt.eage, 2 75 nop. ri KinM Tpnk tirp bo:tles and am - !I Scear.-eproaching. So mote it be 3irlto3ftr,1 200 novr locatetl in M .. ' ' 3 .i .i.:i. .!. Jno II MiQehe. elcrb. fc"A AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. ...i Purifier in u"i,..: 2 0J More. iJiaaKiu .n ! rank Ciieatham has been Gen. Maiar J C Kel, jadc. the werld iui mood 200 proen, and hoi' annoiutcd postmaster at Xash- - A. B. Itccd. of West Lllorty. Ky.. savs 5 r? Jonea, jadgo; . 2 00 to always make n' . ., J Tenn., an anuouucemeiit!"thing ha ever done- mcsojiiufh good ,A.7p f ' ville, 2 00 at fifty cent9 B'tien. bWj, which will causomnch pleasure to.?8E:c?lri Moorc J 200 b' &La,d!um- t he wide circle of Lthe old soldier's The lwpl'y ' 2Ui r. n i."m.ai 520 Xeck-We.- i, fii.ti uiil nnilttr9 Lfricnde. 2 00 Jfr. E,T. Gardner, a citizen! BF Rerk bam. clerk. "irjj '. kiP The news cornea from Africa and mcrciiai.i or liicKjaau, aictiii: a weatheraMon,fae 200 ITnderwe.r. ll rt !... .1 ular house ' il.....n i! at the Laclede : u I. 200 wa ui uiniiini, i.jjiit tin.-on fuoedav J C Uenedict, judge. 3 75 wiltlerim: i : jeh tni'.ii in that country who morning last, after anillnpss ot A T Thomson Sb ft; and alleaje 2 00 care of LOGO women, and several icoiitl s. TIlo deceased wa 2Q0 and the p. rem when bethinks they arc; a leading bniines man, ctigr.-e- di ti.il 200 Do-i'- t jj roper cor'dnion. j rOI. tj1P l)Jist gx 2 8(t before bn. years in n F Ea.Vy, Shfl; aad miieag, or'sevch so.) ., . ,1 tUoTiiruiCui'e busii.VR2id wniui i n.el.d. cluta. . ' , 200 ? r v . - - j , fafc -3 m. e Helm liros. mive openeui i"tt'c, t torowgiigrnngf emcrpm : . ;..j. 200 rnew grocery rtore, near w71 uy ;. h few depot, mm rei.o rtba , . J 8 lUndurant,8ba;and mileage, f id x 200 . W LAlandortler, t better tiinu ti ej evpeeu-dlmr5ed , Rt Ul00-H ACQIST KLcitoa, 1886. , . ... I'uni;'. rv on ... eduesnRy mornmp ay uifi iiiiird ..:ifTiLn in u " .iriv. " r 1.111TIt.mt loca.uy. 2 0t np m Knights of Honor, and We are now prepared to offer tho citizens of XIicl:m 2 00 J 15 .. Mr. VT. A. WickliiTe, a deputy Atteuded to their lafct tesf0Asiv9 K H mnft.rf. r?an3 milaage, ing country and towns the largest and best 2 00 Jar? pmcenou of JCtehts j s Jor, clerk, - . U. S. Marshal, a recent Democrat- - by ' 200 power. til next 30 days, FOR CASH, our entire stock, ol Kdl fi J X.im. Mt j ic appointee, was married, in Hick- - affil cltiaens. 'the 2 ii . . t j i j i" t t --in' riii isii mi r k Mvif:uin n ciinesuav, ;o ..n.ss r, . nr.. . isa- m nrrc. v.H,..... man, on nii 2 75 iirn uira mj "Wooden- .... ., X., ,., . c.f4adsUcage, .. " v iiili. ouf. 01 i in; 200 r.hu.Lrmi. ' rsrva t t riiirnmr i);mic 200 in. their sad Jiereavcineut.;J&tO., jyxo. ever placed on our counters. We have taken great paira in 'scleffl of tho city of Fulton. J C Iteed, julgc, 200 f Al M.k'li"1 W It Jonen, jung) our guuua, unit ua liu; .V aW.f.rt All 1. rt .. ureau uoutrni Ioeiorc tuc recent auvance: vf 260 L. 1. Bnahart haa the Cnnm-IStt'- s Denziuger swas W A Shuck, ShesiO; 38 Heating Stoves, 81 Kegs Nails, can give extraordinary low bargains. Wc especially invite tho ladieslo Mr. John 200 9A Doz. Axes. 5Fr Ri-- .i. thanks for a basket of ap- drowned in the river, iiijfront of T M FxeneU, clwk, 27 Suirar Kettles. see our stock ot 200 Too sieailtfd store room 01 CI CW ,I Jill' Uf i' Force Puma, J N Hawkins jddgo, r ples of the Ben Davis variety, the Hickman, Friday last. ."Vlr 2 Cows, 2 Horses, 200 omat. Intfd OflClininl br AliXl!..: r II M Spring Wagon, L Kroratt judge, 5 20 finest wn have seen, and they was under the iiitinartcc of II F Uawkiiw, Sbfl, snu miieage, 2 Business Houses, 1 Dwelling House. CLOAKS, w 2- - Horse Wagon, for r?n V 2 00 Maxwell, dry good merchant, grew in the "bottom," where they Hqnor, and with a companion B F Beokham, derk, All willnc sold at cost and less. JERSEYS, on reaMOable terms, Apply to 200 say frait can't be cultivated. E. T. GARDNER. started across the river in a skiff, J S Doai, judge, 2 09 DRESS GOODS, hia Jiat blew V H Ornn. ludiro. when in mid-riv75 . . M. li. E Alillei hi been elect andinio 11:0 water stun l.i",piUllCJ A T Tbomn. doff, aad ailecgo, 28 00 TRIMMINGS. s n .! IVir'.iogauie, ii locr TSao ab e5z3 Eia Oarr, clerk, crt Gitv Jitdire of Hickman vice oil EMBROIDERIES, LACES, and the late novelties in 2 00 led permanently la Hickman ; tvod ir f overboard after it. and gowned jejoae's, judge. Geo. Warren, resigned, to fill the beforo help could reach hirrf jjcn-- 1 v. m Prry. mdtse, NECKWEAR. 200 ixea yaur watch, u always at home ... ; . .t "SATURDAY NIGHT OR FEW DAYS, WILL NOT DO." 2bt proyetho reliability of hia work. unexpired term." Mr. Millet is zinger wa3 a fisherma'.i, and pro O iiasley, onu, aau .,u. va 200 thoroughly qualified, has held the uounced by those who kilaw hunt Dee Keed.cterK, "W. & CO. All goods as reprcseuted. Call and see them. 200 Jwinfectanta-Chlorid- e position one or two terms, and will best, to have been a clevefindna Jf JJ Kewwdy. JJ& AH kind of 200 make an excellent officer. Ail persons indebted to above firm must settle at once, or the claims 2 95 htme. halohate of Iron, Carbolic Ac honorable man, aud o:d; joBKerlin sibir.nU mlteas. trious, 200 Chloride of Sjda Fur aate at Dm? Stor'j, vill be placed in thojiandsof an ollicer for collection. oecasunmlly, but W L Alexander, Jr , cterk. COWGILL'S Mr. John Bird died at his drankto 1866. sept-- i J. W. C. & CO. home near Rock Springs, last Sat- when under the influence of Hqnor JCSTICE3 COUKT OLaiMB, JASOAST, 300 it made him wild. Thciiufortu- - II C Donaho, 1 day, typhoid-pneumoniforget that Salmon's urday night, of 3n"S 800 llr.tr Cholera rem edits are eua nt' "He was in his GSth vcar, and Inate man leaves a wife and two J NayUr, 1 day, 300 atop the Cholera among hozs and k'j 'I was held in high esteem by all of children to monrn las Tiutuuely F B Atteberry, 1 d7K 3UO tneffi iro mem" or uxwuvjr ii Jv . W D JoneJ. 1 da), his neighbors, and was one of death. 300 D fV Dickiuaon, Iday s ... DEALEK I3ST S00 l?ulto:i comity's best citizens. J.W.UJKtilLib, rg? -lday, John Harris, a wclUknown TBFerrili,1 day, wmsa 300 Fultonian. 1 hunter and trapper, pf&)niiklm J S.llonz, aiuci!e:R Arnica r:!c. JC3TICK.1 VVTRII. TZRST, 1S85. Mr. Barnie Blytho was the county, Missouri, mysteriously tlis BeTijM.VE tr. te w.ir'.l f Tun 800 n , ..-.-- tint I!vw?gfe3 (33 L name of the man who killed Mr. appeared, and ms couoauc, dames it 1...La 1 day. , Ea?5 800 Bruise. Sores. Ulcer, l Bh( ' n. jW ESi '. ilm.1 800 Soren, Tetter. CUapj-eAustin Litchford, at Union City Beadle was 8Udpcctedhavingyc Nugent 'j 800 Cma, and ill i; Ei t " Fair grounds, last week, and not murdered him. Apifilrfncdium F B .vteiierry, i day, O MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," .AND mmmmmmmS. SOU twely cures wf',1"i n 'I1.1 r PATENT Downing," as reported was consulted and stated that tp n jMg l-- ikv, "Samuel to sim- - i i. ' ijLLtttmi uires iMt a stroke oi the pen ami a tittle printer's ink; to back up the 800 U iraarantcu.l - T B Ferrill, 1 day, in many papers. Blytho escaped. Beadle had killed HnTrtsnd buri800 or money refun '. .'. 1' a imXXXXXXXm1 with the proof is a more diilicult matter. None of my would-b- e k' and np to last advices, has never ed his bodv .at it cexiaui point. J ere Joucs, 1 day, AHcsi&al bor. f?or Sale at M" -1. lwX ever dare attempt to show in what resnect their foods are "the rciiI2TTaRX. Beadle was arrested .iiiu came boon arrested. ISTEW 800 this evening, some other evening," is what they say when MEDIC INIES! 1 day, lJmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm). g W B Jonea, . near b einglyiichel, fJfofirt'gb, H. BUG mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm "Not 300 --The fourth Quarterly Meeting him wlienithe bnri: J Naykir. 1 day, ever, SEWING MACHINES mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmm. 300 Has fitted up a 1mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi ;iveany soihi reason ior tneir ciaim, that they keep "the best" nr tiio .Mp.tnniiiRt pimre.ii. iiira-i.-- t ,i.n.,iinii iviha i.A.itnm ' ( B Atteberry, nay, lis is a good way tor people who keep inferior goods and wish 300 inan Station, will be I..S00 Cloaks and W"' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ go oy "mowing," out it is not my way. A.XTX)t Ilo and nr.lnlimttl other-- . tJifefrn 'pSiu . The Jjonetway? '"3 00 Alicna W.T. Harris, Oct. 31st, 3 00 LaJies of H t of Oct. 2oth and 26th, ,ni, nirn t,,,.,,,! irnf tontinn to n a Dniho. 1 day. ' 1st. instead 3 00 TDILETARTICLES as heretofore announced from the tho medium, who was saved from . l C Nnge&t, 1 day, country to 3C3Ti m9 rr.-rjr 300 ing .CT. tr n ti - n -i D IF Dickinson. 1 day, W. G. Heffley. pulpit. friemllr b.torferenee 1 t v v violence iv this superb and c Nu ipiiortof Will's clnia, fk 60 00 siau Circulars, is'c viBBWWWBriie' that tells, and I tiropose to duplicate "" gent as agent, 1 year, &c- - &c., &c. PRICES&L Both tho Democrats and Re&c., &c., .&c A nickinan coii)lte! desiring to Goods, ets, &c, before buyin this is the point . and cscence of this discourse. in publicans are loudmouthed . with the S3.15S.76 separate, and not pjcased Total claims allowed, the most de rmt fitting 'mmm9mi0. ices horse sense instead ot mere, blowing a bout it. Perhans voir charging fraud and corruption in law's delay as to divorcement, enallowied and ordered , , " Amount of i r?rTnnmrrnTi.is, and perhaps yon don't: if vou want CSTrescriptlc-n- fi" at any liour, day or night. King niglit bell after 10 o'clock Pjw wnat, goou v recent elections. We fear tered into wfitteiharticles of agree- paid out of County lery Jail Fund, levy iu this section ot country ujw tho be sold at price tu uit : both sides are correct in their ment to pcrpetuatCjlhcir disagree- of 1884; ie test give me a call and I will show you. charges. And yet Ohio politicians ment, and gave each tb the other TJ Kirkpatriok, Jail and CourtI am also agent for the light-runniDiamond Sewinjr Machine, the $ C 2o BEAUTIFUL I "SAY THE LAS'l adies friend. house repairs, continue to howl about fraudulent an absolute quit claim 4o all affecelections in the Southern States. tion, love, rights, privileges, prop- R B Brevanl, Jail and c h rennirs, 20 75 1SS MO LLIE JUDGE ann0 iv. CtW A. B. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du 6 00 llr. i en - i w:io. i...t- ,.r Thoy had bettor correct the evil erty, real or personal, and each W B Jones, jail oommisBioner, 12$ 79 plicate CarLfJ ir IJliICLb.tt Customers politely served on short no II Buchanan, account jail sup, nerv Goods, Novelties, and Nations, U. at home. went, he and her, tlTofr respective R T Gardner, aeceunt liauper and 21 la Store across the street from Ilolcombc's new dru- store. open and ready for inspection and jail supplies, Miss Jud-ra young lady of rare Ji The Repnblicaus'clected their way, rejoicing. Respectfully, LV" $183 01 and exiwriencc, and will no diub; Governor in Ohio by a good round l LARGE LINE OF BEAUTIFUL Total claims allowed; has iu the past, faiciii as reason &i he majority, but it takes the olhe.iai "y The old, received by Hnt- and Bonnets,? Amount allowed out of Ceurt-houladies of this community witli here. popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of the oTnrpea. at Jlra. Jones', just, alia CSStil Fuud, lery af 1885: fl.tll count 10 ascertain ite sdections of cooils. and her t2 ,i , 396 75 and artistic work. The latest and Legislature is Republican or Dcm-- ' i0 her large Hue ofr Millinery, which her j For repniriag Cou.t houw, 10 00 fashionable styles and grade ofgooi' OCratic. Since the war Ohio has customers know is always of the very best w B Jones, 5 day, as com. bee.n jMirchasoil, and prices marke mmm !T7l nttiate3ietyieintncaricct. 17"! boon conceded by all parties to $906 75 to the lowest tKWsible figures Wit W.,'isul Total claims allowed, 4 be a Republican State, and it Ha3 a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware thanks for pi3t fayors, a siiarc of FISAKCIAX. 9TAT8MRST. "lioino once sat upon ner therefore looks to us like a Dem patronage is solicited which are offered at hands of W A Shuck, ocratic victory to be able to push I seven hills the TioRtress of the Amount inCounty levy praper, as Sheriff. imfworld." The Traveler's , Accident flinm- this closolv. .., 4,133.35 v I , . H. BUCHANAN per settlement of litis date, . iinsuranco Uompanv 01 liartioru, . . . by R" C Jehnsou, late pertec Sit- btocK ot iaiior-mad- e, The people 01 unio voieti 'as, Connecticut, now sit behind sev- - Amountdue SUCCESSORS TO SberiiT. (Counfvle'y proper, 'tJ4) elec nn millimia ' rif .llt.. -- a iht luiSS ting Clothing lor Men, Boy week to abolish tho October ordered int hands of said and 5- and that the. very lowest the market justifies. AlPgoods guaranteed to Children, is now complete. hx tions in that State. Heretofore,! Ap.,:,!-- .. f!nimn; - n.n world. Shuck, T- - IP. Ad COMlPA.ISJrir. exactly as represented. election in that State CaH an(, lct ' ritn rnn up. A le line of Goods is iLu the October $1,101.13 magnificent nrneofliiirr tllO Presidential eleC ftflF T. AT. Passpn, salf-DEALERS IlINr penor to anything in this p 0f County Deduct claims allowed, of tion in November, has resulted in j octlG-L- t '-prapor,;aad ordered paid, 3 163 7G the country and will b? soki DRUQS.MEDICISES.IIJOOKS, STATION'AItY, and Sshnol Supplies. levy ?rf invitinrr crcat corruption and Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICrURES, DRUGGISTS cheaper than cn hi Jay Gould has not tasted whis-tio- n Balance, corrnp- $1,027.37 bribery. There is more SUNDRIES, FAINTS, OILS, where. Call an 1 vi AGEN'TSFOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. i years. P drinky H iu the politics of Ohio than ky in twenty-fiv- e JAir.FUSD. bi ful Goods ire WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. ws in any other State, and it is main- - mado him drunk, and he remem-l- Balance of Jail Ftrnd tm per eet pi $340 25 convinced. PTho best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. lomentef this day and date, attributable to the "October bcrs tho hc'adaclio yet. I. U. , L M0r)Mr..n Ko f...1 .t rinTPtniT.. , """ " 183 04 -Deduct claims allovrod this date, 'i'n'o uiuce, to attcnu nisriit calls at .xuoorc ? rTht attention of builders especially desired as this hou&e will git espe- The people have now electious." Ltriu f$ an 'v--! Pinkeye is'prcvnlet amptiff ' kill ifmiwl n ..i wisely done away with that, aud Co,:- jBalancc-oPJai- l SlfiU421 vert low. Fund, - L x.u.. came m poriionso ' will horealter noid t:io otato eicc- I B- - BREVARDI -- A. W I. TAYLOR, G. F. C. ftv'll-- t " Atejt, . . count v. tions iu November. i 51 75 T F Wilbarn & Jo, pauper coffins, 100 The 0od!ia.N J Knylor, service aabridso oom. 97 36 Us Shoe for .V I' "Taylor, ac to da'c an Clerk, PiautV .dU !'. " ' servicen an commiwioner 30 00 Sharing to settle with Q B?J 10 00 W E panjir account, aftbal "U J weresSmilarirJaKected wuper md. anajumt, Q50 . hapyfjeftei-tsingle doe hid Ur.j w .MeaoHRiii, & pauper oemus, 15 OH: Has on display a King's Zsew Dicnvery w mxtme maiuiarii D FO'Daniel. paiipcrnietl- - account. 07 00 bilk-- , c.r ramwlv in Ihe I oleman honcnom ami on A A Fans, bridge on MarrgloHgh, 'J40 00 of black lowini' line it i !niv board the schooner. Fm Trials !$ ttls tf 197 50 " " piiijicr mod. account, this Standard Remedy at Mopfe & Laa C A HoiCmb, pauper mri ac. 'li 'M man. Keiw and i I 4 drum's Drug Store " ' 1300 ft lam S roa.1. 19 50 are the l.v.- -t viil -- o ... JI."t.. ltn f W A ;i,.,i. 28 40 XV Bat-wll- . Ilw-cliildrthe-sam- Common Kclit.os, 250 00 jk M "HlfflE M -- RIB 1 1! 1 IlliK" 0epU.'5-3- t c l'ahll, Axrr ItHTHT i i -- Ladles Dress Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with appro-- : many bargaks too numerous to mention. But come with your figures We have and we'll discount them. !No humbug we have the goods, and mean ' .; h, houll hepecn to be appreciated. what wc say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is the thee goods most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from ?2 to 20 ; size from a i year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all feizes and prices Men's and Boy's Clothing, from $2.75 a Suit to 25, the A s As I 77 C handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Mitses, and Children's i--La x Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of Boous and Shoes. Sole Agents for the celebcated Douglas Shoe, sold lor , every, pair guaranteed ; you can't beat ,i Ihe Ked pr: . . Canton Flannels, and yard wide Bleached and School House Shue for children, from No.tlvjjnKMBfcku. be beat; rhu"' r artl; Best Feather Ticking at 15c; All Wool every pair warranted. Honor us with a call and you will not legret it. at 20c. We are prepared to, and will give you w --- sun -- IroBTcan't ',.,, the Hickman m sold at prices t'.i tion. ;KLO WJB 1 lElsaO-'f- BrosBr o3 Co. Made Prices? -- . ,;' -. "(.. 1 1 T Pv lP'n. ... -- ..! n.i . ... .1 l.-.- f y. . ,t-- - I v.-- ...-- u. w- n Iiouse-uretiumg.-ai- -- ....,., J ... t .nlAi, I .. Sda i&iiWirSe nt . J : arf. R J-- '. e I i:.. m 1 .' I i ui.-H- ,iF XANDEB & MAXWELL. iii - -S.M awSSS. r.?""! ' T grt - 1 ..-- jj.p -- ,, .'1., ( i,!r. -- ;, .; lua-ramur.- s U,f fe. ,i, tHl '!T - OW W o-s- -a- 1 n "".' er BUM-er-omp- a , ! K wo, wars, w Glassware, A. kA 1 1 A 1 Den-zinge- . ! i- -- ! T ! Watch-make- r, :75? iz J. i- - '. ii, OORMAN j J. AMBEEG'S SONS. a. 1 I -- .. J. W. CCWGliLL, i 'I . . J 1 -- -- 4C3 ".'i : DRUGS, Trusses -- '- 1 how-eleasin- Hi JrlOME 1 tifcliinr.lg 1 y'" mm ja-3ST- 4 1 k iWIBBMhBbB OHHBMMVv 1 1. - iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW TfAT 8THP"" -nii G2F-L0-- vmv: ass w-w- tlH - .1 unii s ng " t - ,'MxS e i- - J - ae CA.HT3IEIl. I ,, uftftsa MmmiWmw m a.i JcS4 eSfeSgj Jm - -1 i I03STE5 WBmmLi FORTTJlSnE PRIC3 JfSk P f" J ! kf - v. l ff T- -l - . .- " BREsoKiPTiqisrs ' 1 speoialttJ m :,i.....i '1 s gfru- - T,-- X&.i'l fey ' W w. . J JSarAi. "y