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KY. 01Bc-JaokOB 1x1 Hi . -- CKM -- Street, next door to City HalL Jn couRIBr . n - Hit 1 M ,5 & fif yi t CfllQ Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With' Neatness and Dispatch. i OEOROE WARREN, Editor. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. CURRENT TOPICS. "London- faff- 1 TOlBTJSHpDJSp!). HOSTILITIES BEGUN. " HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, nrrrrr: XllC " 01rtKt TVo-w-ii- rm - . v .. . i Ai-.- , -- - a unique a lta 1 ' KEKY, FRIDAY. ".BSSSBBBBBBBBBBBl rfmkr .Tr....h;x-j- i -- JVUUIUCK ..- ,. " hale biiols, envelopes, letter-headb- ; iicrvix.A.Tioasrs, " 3& VOL. Stotk-ln-T- rj OCTOBER 30. the 1SS5. 0. jji -- 4, ETC. ETO, OA.XXj JVT1TO QSS XTI9. A lb I r f.oulvillle Leaf Tobrireo HurUet. VctcraiiR. "Widows Find Tboir It appears to bo about tho situation of morn- After Twontv Oivensboroi KVj, October affairs thut tho approach of new crop ingthodend body of Jacob Kauffman, a was the first dny of tho reunion22. in conjunction with relatively good t Most of tho crop reports In Ontario are of Years. ,"011 known, respectfully connected and stocks in sight, causas buyors to feel some-vhsoldiers at thtf Tery favorable. Tin. Kastern Situation Moro Complicated ,nusicianof this city, whs foimd on l,. nrtl.l ...Aottin' Itnir rSrnntiflc nnlio.A for most Mns. Josephixe Atres, of Lowel, la . if1iwt 1?aiiiiiaips fit St grades, independent, and that, curr nt re,.-.- .. nrnU ucm i. "A . I ilome. Tho in the earlv part of tho week has led ami Threatening to Invoho tho mo urpnans' .. thoy are purchasing for worth $5,000,000. .V Connecticut Woman l'ouers. quirements. Considerable shipments East.,', lU0 ua.CK' arms, gloomy anticipations as to tho success o slde .7,1 11 tlio Whereabout of Japan is to be grid ironed with narrow lLrsii.ii. .n.na the meeting, but it was slightly w;nruy wiVh, ..,""," 'u,7 ward aro reported by somo lines, with coverwl gauge railways. stendy.freights ruling. The weather in tho resulted in showing the nfw 3..." thls evening, and tho turnout of old so, , , London, October 25. The report that tho rm . jvnuumnn ." thK ....... .......1. - ,. Complaint Is made that nothing fit to eat early part of the week was somewhat unniliv etiuai to nil lorceu "i his unv hnrl"t 11ns oeen tnrre nundre'i mil expect? Servians havo entered jBulgaria is concan be had in Cuba. i uons. n lonn inrotifTii favorable, but for three or four days tho tntvr hnrhoi.t.iro s0,l,ier3 Aoout ence eight times, as shown bv tho marks were on tho groun is 3IB3. A. T. Stewap.t is credited with a. firmed conditions havo been admirable, though it 11 ojoea. ua was ",nl"'y oevorea to assigning A rieces of skin were on tho wire slight skirmBucharest, October fortune of 30,000,000. ber 20. Nineteen is becoming too warm. On tho wholo It ,. n, i nunrrers ana nerlccMnc an unierent Dlnces nm lnml.mnr ish has avis was liv- - has been well adapted to tho satisfactory Close elections are tho dangerous Inci- Servian taken place between ,Bulgarian and land beneath. The skin on nearly everv zatln- - A drill was had within a pickets. euro of tobacco in barns. Tho lato xains part of tho body hung in shreds. The Cor- - r,nKt nn1 the efforts .f tbe c id vet Hl1TV4 n husband nnd dents of American politics. London, October 2C Advices froni Sofia wuti was saiuneo that Knu imnn beramn mnunry in uioir oenrr h. jjivo girls and wore found to have done more damagotbau- ' "White The Mountain towns not about say that the Servian troops who advanced suddenly insane, and held no Inquest. lormer unvs, was nppi rJ. ffiwuuia III LUUdCCW UT((UU Jil . on Bulgarian territory yesterdavbalted at tbe crowd. Tho prevalent fV $1,000,000 off summer visitors. Vq unt n disa- - scaffolds in the districts south and west of tno Soldier nrrnnc farnrnl. A the Custom-housRapid Accumulation of Gold. just within the1 frontier According to a recent census Greenland lines. They refused to forward the Bubustiand and Louisville. It is reported that a promising time. The bulk w ii Washington, October 23.-rapid ac- ground, abundantof them bnv contains a population of 10,000. lgarian mails. A Bulgarian officer w as arrmer lea ing crop of suckers is coming forward. Wo shelter vided, and a . comimssari denari yne site of the city of Boston was sold la rested by the Servians, but was soon re- cumulation of gold m the Treasury since 4.. ho wos n ver quote nM tobaccos ns follows for October 1 has caused somo surnnsn nmnnut:i. leased. Tl,n wife was left luuusueii. .ino old ;i-- ran' 1C05 by John Blackstono packages: 20. for , ... London, October 2C Kussiaris in Bui treasury officials, and hns been tbe means nmonc the rest. Gener.it S n Mllppppppppppppppppp . .hsp nt in llurlrxi. Dark nnd lUary. Boston has no confidence in her recent nanan service nririce that Sofia be fort! of raising in the Secretary's office the ques- whols horo, is enrolled, both nR 5Iexic; . . 3 75 4 V) f3 7.fA 1 d r lier " Aimut Trash fied. Prince Alexander declines to fortify tion of calling veteran. To la census; and so will take another. 4 "OH I 50 4 noa 4 ;.lusrs. bonds. On the first of Octo- be a parade on tie un.i removed foniinou lugs . fl 'iV& fl 00 5 00 5 50 tho streets f the eit," .Medium Mrs. Scott, the widow of the railroad the town. e u 0is sine been tneir Good luirs ... C 2.W. 7 ".'1 out to the fair grounds, m liri th 5 7T,f6 0tt" PmuProroLis, October 25. The amal ber the net gold, after deducting manager, is credited with $3,000,000. i. havo Common leaf., Iren 7 Pa a m .certificates, was $13..000,000. 700 7 TH gamation of Bulgaria anu tastern iioume-li- a Monarch It fl At that time the nnnrlnrlv mi.,r.--t ... soldiers. and other orders s. ,'1 Kiight o U OOfltll 50 Medium leaf. l woimnii'Kia, ' ythias, w is completed. Delegates from the MinpnrticpaV M. Bartholdi, tho sculptor of the statua th u lour per cent bonds Hood leaf . ., 0 75ir.ll 00 13 MXT 15 SO w tl.ein. Ine ftI Will Kn istry at Sofia hnve arrived here to intromatured. Almost everv Southern and Mi le htat 17 OOSJ 00 13 0010 00 of Liberty, is cming to this country. lu,u:fc upon mo ireasurv a gold nnd some extreme Eastern nnd briber fJ a I f the imiiilv, is in Mr. Fancy leaf.... duce a Bulgarian regime. liability exceeding $7,000,000. The t,ir st.ire, and hi name is States, aro represented amonc the Id v Constantinople, October 25. Tho conThe Canadian Government spent over w lr..aiirin llt-rr,f the youm; ladles, his J of this interest was expected to ro- - eraus. Captain W. T. Ellis will del.veri $3.jO,000 last year in assisting emigration. ' ference on the Balkan question did not uuvo ... t n , a miilinerv s ore on ...... ..tivuiiif uuiii itn. Asa Ejierso.v, thoKentucky oionor. ins koki uainnco bv the amount lIlA .. Aft... n hi1.1i.... ... meet n ulH probably meet on It anu n r5 Ii r son is in Chicago, Ti paiu on tnis account, nnd it was ex- large The window glass factories of Pittsburgh "Wednesday. 19 expected. celebrated his ono hundred and second A panorama pected that the gold fund would gnin an of theattendance Gettysburg is exhibited on ' ff 1 ire furniture fact' ry. birthday October 25. Five thousand inbattle of nro resuming after six months' idleness. , Sofia, on tho 22 1. Ho has beau in good amount during the month in excess of tho grounds, and was visited ji i isimvis. ine inmiiv refantry all The three daughters of Banker Drexel, of arrived from tho Adrianople frontier have that paid out on the interest account fth street. Thursday health uutil recently. the school children of the city in'n here. They are looking well. t l.iisband and father. Philadelphia, are sot down at $ti,000,000 U.vk.vown' jiartios entro'l tho Circuit Salompa, October 25. Large bodies of made, hotvever.thnt such increase has been no admission being chnrged them. 11 n n ears, suddenly an- nnd that the net gold is I..TS0,0S8 troops continue to arrive here. . each. v ,. lie was passing Clerk's oQtco nt Tompkinsvillo, Monroe greater than October 1, notwithstanding ie h Civil Service rieform Order. The professional actors. In America have tho disbursement of nearly $7,000,000 on achis way from Texas County, and hnrned all the indictments nud New York, October 22. All of tho Penitentiary. Escaped From tbe ti He bad kept track paprs belonging 10 civil suits in tho tllce. count of interest. This shows that the ' nearly doubled in number the last flvo "1 unio of his absence, years. Coi.umdus, O., October 25. Lozan P. gold disbursed immediatIy found its way foremen in tho Brooklyn Navy Yard 1 KAJtrEL Popi.as, on trial at Maysvillo. sight of him. Ho a received a copy of a circular letter French, Put Doyle and Georgo Foster es- to New York, and was returned to the In New York, German potatoes, no m r . Trensury through tho banks and Customit st Joseph, and aftwr in- - for killing his two brothers, was acquitted from Secretnry Whitney. He rem nis caped from the penitentiary aboutG o'clock houses. t t diieot to tho home of on tho ground of than walnuts, are selling at five cents a this evening, by climbing over the wall. partment It is believed at tho Treasury De- them that by former orders h has given mado himself known. viM r that this continued Increase in them pound. Patents the power of recommending nil They were employed in the e unet .retings, be express- -- Covington, to Keatuckians: Jacob Kaller, and tho three-pe-cash will necessitate an oarly call pump; J. J. Tonipkim, Louisrntttt Mtt .ri fit flnilrti'. hla fnmilr names for employment s subordinates; cent, bonds. It is said that successful experiments while the guard's attention was'attracted for ville, shoe; E. W. Vanduzen, Newport, del niul he was particularly that ho expects them to exercise tbf, j'linTso have been mado to convert petroleum into to another part of thebuiHIusj rashed out, power without partisan bias, nud pr uid of his children. He remained vice for purify im the wnter of boilers; M. The Telephone Case. whisky. hurriedly spliced two ladders together and allowing political inlluenc " 'ctatiou to only two da s in St. Joseph and thon went M. Wnrmouth, Hrandenburg, pessary; D. Washington, October 22. Thero is great cut any figure in tho ski ' nn;1 an a . He left 1,000 in cash with his wifo TnE circus business this season has been scaled the wall by means of a rope secured lu"t ono to bo considered. and inad- - arrangements togivo her ndeed 11. Baker, Ijidl .w, machine for the reductho orst for several years, from a financial by Foster earlier in the diy. Tho activity at tho patent office on tho part of efficiency are escape was noticed within five minutes the companies which are antagonistic to The.t ..tatemetits aro reiterated property which is worth tion of solids; Ad Hatch, Lexington, t standpoint. after it occurred, but bv this time tho Boll Company, to secure course of nlx.ut isc'nin He stntiil he had leen mar- pencil shnrpencr; C. B. Hopkins, Louistho in times ?4i,K. a report from tho Jotter in the most positive term. He H. G. SnAW (Josh Billings) Is said to the convicts had flown beyond rc&ch. Tho tho Commissioner of Patents to the Attorney-- congratulates them and the Department on ried a erond time, but thnt his second wife ville, roller skaro; J. S. Janes, Crulcnfleld, have saved $100,000 as the results of his police wero notitied at once and starch was a few years njro. in Texas. Ho machine; W. II. Lovelace, Lovewhich will warrant tho latter the improtement already noticed, but says had died begun, but without avail. It is thought tho he would return to Texas. The posbad orthography. wau-gat; A. J. Lyons, convicts separated alter getting ou.side in authorizing Misuse rf hv nnm of tho that, according to the reports received said sibilities nre that the family will go Iwck lace ville, The "black le," or anthrax fever, bn and left for the country ou foot French United States 'n a uirfor theTnuwi-uo- n combined harrow and soil cutter. from their superior officers the evil ih not to Wiconiin t'j n.ake their permanent ressentmce from of thp Bell patent. Threesuch application. leen discovered mnoug a herd of cattle at was serving a Stuaut Allev, oldest son of Capt. C. T. uuawa county lor burglary and larceny; are pending before the Commissioner-o- ne that be knows the pressure which is likely idence. Greenfield, Mass. Compan-- , one by to bo brought to bear on them during "a Wshiv.to Oebiher 2Ti. Iast week a Allen, editor of the Princeton Ihmner, has bv the Doyle was seut up from Cuyahoga County - r dat the Pension Olllce been appointed a Bdltimoro and Washington Telephone heated political campaign; assures them lef. rwnA stroo, bold man is placed at tho door, a year ago to serve three yearslor burgcndetship at West Company, and the third, which has just that he stands ready to protect tin in fr. m a ' i"tnut woman, inclosiug an Point by Congre-smi- to n fitone. of Austrian theaters to keep out all females lary; and Foster was serving "an w idow 's pension, nnd in f a n from all harm aimd at them because "f sentence from Clevelandfor burg- been filed, bv tho Globe Tolephono Comwearing high hats. )t business it went to the pany. The Commissioner is in a very refusal to bow to political behests, an I t'lJTJ ;u ap lary. Craih Toliver, tho Ilownn County h r 14 clerk glancvdovcr tho Samuel Tow.vsend, a Pawnee bov at position, and undoubtedly is sub- warns them thnt if tliey make inferior ap leader, has been acquitted of tho charge of ' n jected to n great deal of political pressure. pointments for political euds thov "ill bo that n man of tho same Carlisle, Pa., edits the little paper called Extensive Prairie Fires. th w idow was draw mg a robbery, alleged to navo been committed m iven It is reported m telephone circles that bummartly dismissed. The Indian Helper. wh- Fort Worth, Tex., October 25. Reports Commissioner Montgomery in his reports cranted him 1:1 Ohio four years ago. Mrs. MoaoAN,widowof the through the Cnli- was t. reached here last night from Clarendon, as to these several applications will not Mobbing Chinamen Kentucky is now ninoty-rou- r years old, required only a and Senator, draws her check for from Donley County, and other points up in the undertake to go int the general question K.T enr t wa nnd yet thero nro thousands of her citizens uuaiia. .EU., urtober to discover w nts' search of tho scientific character of tho inven- roceivod at tho army headquarters $10,000,000 to $12,000,000. of tho most disastrous prairie tions, but will confine himself to a report ho know very littlo about her. in th ree.rl in the two cases The widow offered no that a utireak h Elder Jonx Morgan says Mormonlsm fires ever known in this State, It is be- of tho facts ns he finds them in the records city, State Senators aro chosen for four V , but - r nllldavit stated that occurreu ot uock &pnn.. u mn r. has increased greatly in tho South, where lieved that the number of acres burued over of the Patent Office. v years,and must b thirty eignt years of ago 4 ti r husband lincethe war will approach five hundred thousand. Tho scene of tbe recent anti-- f inesof, . cixty elders are now proselyting. . i hn l en kill'd in battle. and a resident of the State six voars and massacre, loe nous" w it to was country in which tho fires are raging exAttempt to Blow Up a Street-CaM. Gp.ew's term as President out h r ".ta'inc that her one year in the d. strict. tends from the Canadian River one hundred was about threo miU v ir t. I..tk of the v l 'Irauniij a tension St. Louis, October 23. While a French Republic will expire in December. miles south. It is o as yet to gi e car on tho Washington Avenue road was proper, and was occm b' At Louisville, the other day, J. u. tl in- - w ir, and by any idea of individual losses. In some rr. Who will be the next French President? Chinamen. Pistol sl.s Plunkett and A. R. DulT, both of Pitts, whore- rv fnr places the com bos wero obliged to rido in- coming east between ft nnd 10 o'clock to- clubs and stones were i r it o' nt pPRi.NGFiELD, Mass., possesses a curious mournto tho lakes U save themselves. Judge night, if ran ov-- somethiug between Six- tho whole scene bein,j i'.t sh .iia. I been l.nt vn - burgh, attempted to take a ilatboat through xsih .... r tfu on state street, near tho head Brown, of Clarendon, was severely burned teenth and Seventeenth streets which tho canal, but not understanding tho curbowls of a Iesternt mob. JTc he wn living, rent thoy drifted out In tho middle of tho st with great noise, tore out all the fled to tho hills, where thoV rfcii ztrat, which was placed there in 17U3. " bilo endeavoring to t.aru'his summery roP onlvn-sis- t eople would or millet, wiitch nasdestrOvcrfrS-FuIlrout part of tho floor of tho car. and shat- nignt nail cind, arriving at t river and were being taken over the falls. a w uld make it verv fAVales is renoried.to hwo, ot bis range was alsjrdeslrbyed. tered some of the windows. Threo ladies camp this morning fro: . . VT-They saw their danger at a lato moment, spi'Uve. 2,ovu in a single nay on a specu- and one gentleman were passengers, all of ueiesnais were section men emp when their imwt strenuous efforts to avoid Wa in &W.UUU tho former were terribly frightened, but tno union ruciiic. barrels of oil. in New True Love's Course. tho falls were of little avail. They then set Postal Revenues. rk. Marshall, III., October 25. A quiet none of them wero injured. A crowd soon gathered, and great indignation was exFatal Mine Explos'on. "he 500 English lords aro said to nave an wedding occurred a few evenings ago in pressed at tho outrage. It is not known ber 21!. The decrenso up a shout for help, which was heard by V ft Or g Capt. Devan, of the Station, . (""on. Richmond. Va., average income of $120,000 each. The land Detroit with which is connected a tender what the explosive was. but from tho loud riues for tho past fiscal year 1 wos xperfed. The law to who sent out his crew of men jus't m time titles aro falling into fewer and fewer romance. The contracting parties were sound and forco it exerted it is supposed to able excitement was fronted n r" this M- - r - sfase from three to two to savo the boat from wreck, nnd possibly hands. Dr. Robert C. Bay ley, of Effingham. UK, have been giant powder. No arrests wero noon by a rciort that n tern. ( explosic made. bad occurre in laccnon. ut i. er lib enacted aliout two vears ago. the lives of the men. Plunkett and Dun" A Mexican lake, six miles long, has just and Miss Mary Reddick, a resident of this Coal Mines, Chesterfiel I, a "'it twenty way to HHF tbre pmrters of tho first fiscal said that they were on the to spend Green The Annexation of Mexico. disappeared, with "a subterranean rumble, city for many years past. Both have seen live miles irom uichmond, r.y when one River, w here thoy intended n in- 'HIKeffe rtuji n tne revenue was incon-T- b entomb 1. low and sullen, which shook the hills over half ra century of life. They wero St. Louis, October 25. A letter to tho hundred men had in hunting and fishing. s w a attributed in largo B. plighted lovers in their early youth, but from El Pnso, Mexico, vestigation, however, dt veloned the tact around." 'otberent incen-'- in the num- - Henry Clay, tho renowned statesman, were separated for some caus. A few says there thatonlv two men bad been caught bv tho is a good deal of private talk explosion, and were propaMy dead. Their ir- tHIIH TnE real name of the Kussian Nihilist months ago they again met and found v ein M'iiiiis iutii i'iv was horn In Hanover County, Va., c busiIt had been 12, 1TTT; romoved to Lexington, Kv.,April eii nlar-- . names nr- Hobson Cheatham nnd A. L. writer, "Stepniak," is Dragamanoir. If their hearts still true to each other, their among the intelligent nnd property-owninNoMexicans in Chihuahua in favor of tho Leigers. How the explosion occurrel can A that tiii- - in n as would continue p troth again plighted not again to bo broken, there is anything in a name, he should bo a would not bo a large vember, IT'JT; married Miss Lucretin, t and the two faithful hearti are at last annexation to the United States of tho not be positively stated. Tint v.ning th S policeman. r- 'net on inthe prestnt revenues. But this daughter of Colonel Thoa. Hart, at Lexnorthern tier of tho Mexican States. No body of Cheatham was n covered. united after many years' waiting. Mrs. open movement has yet been made, nor exptetntti hnf. n t been renlized. The first ington, April 11. 17M. Ho died at WashMassachusetts courts no longer open or Bayley is back in this city now. has the press touched "the subject, but tho fiscal year under tho operation of ington Citv, June, 23. IS52. com A Colored Man's Heroic Death. close with the absurd rigmarole which so He and his th-!! the letter asserts thero is a strong undercurpostal law many American courts have copied from Horrible. Centerville, Mis., October 22. Threo Inht reduced It was not aclosed busiuccg30tb of wifo aro buried at Lexington in tho Clay rent running among tho class nbovo named year. cood June. the English. monument, ono of the tallest a cl finest in favor of linking their destiny to that of miles from this place yesterday Robert It had been supposed thnt the deficiency Oiiaiia, X er., October 25. A man On tho monuments in tho South or West. The Johnson, colored, noticed a little girl playThe Chinese Government has unaniwould not be im 10 than .il.OOO.OiiO. running a threshing machine the great Northern Republic. wa3 ing on tho railroad track. At the samo contrary It will be about j.000.000. Tlieso bodies of both lie inclosed in stone cofllns mously decided to proceed speedily with near Waco. A boy of thirteen, while cutMaxwell Identified. moment ho heard the rumbling of an ap- fi,uri s arc not to be taken as accurate, as in full view and within four feet of nn the work of building railways throughout ting bands, accidently cut Brandt's hand. the Bureau rejwrt the St. Louis, October 23. Chief of Police proaching train, and turning around saw shallPresident's w ish thatpublic in advance d door. the Empire. Brandt told the boy that if ho cut him not to given to th Harrigan received letters from tho tho engine turning n curvea only a Archdeacon Farrau seems profoundly-impresse- again he would run him through the maI.v this Stato a tenant is liable for the away. Johnson made rush for tho of Ins iiKSsage make?, t impossible to obchine. Tho boy became excited, and in a Chief of Constabulary in Hyde, England, child and ju't ns he gathered her up in his tain the txact figures. with what he has seen of Amerrent although tho property bo destroyed ica and the kindness with which he ha3 few minutes again slightly cut Brandt's positively identifying the prisoner known arms tho engine struck them, mangling by firo or otherwise, unless oxempted in his A" Inborn V I'ain. hand. Brandt thereupon seized tbe boy as W. H. Lenuox Maxwell, who is in jail both fearfully. Death was mtantnneous. been received. lease. and shoved him into the cylinder head first. here awaiting trial for the murder of C. )T., October 2S. Dr. Modre, A great majority of heroines of novels He was instantly killed, his head being al- Arthur Preller at the Southern Hotel last Tun first rlodgo or Kroe Masons in the Marr age of Prince Waldemar. r 11 . r a' . i r, w n recently ran 011 10 liass are said to be blondes. This is all very most torn from nis body. Brandt fled, but April, as Hugh Matham Brooks, a solicitor Em, Fra.nce, October 22. The marriago Lb , w itn .i domestic, creating West was organized in Lexington, Novemwas captured and taken to "Waco, where he who practiced in Hyde some years aco. proper, says tho l. Novels lT'y No. 2o; now known as Lodge The identification was"madeon photographs of Prince Wnldemar, mini son of King narrowly escaped lynching. ne ti at he hnd been murdered. ber 17, are always light reading. found in tho prisoners trunk, which wero Christian of Denmark, and Princess Mnrio, i o innotorious. After No. L sent to Hde, and which proved to bo pic- daughter of the Due and Duchess De Chnr-t- r Canon Farrar, in his lecture on Dante, ind ein receivcl bv his Opposition to Vaccination. Danville was tho first capital of Kentures of Brooks, his motuer nnd sifter. s. was celebrated ti need at the Chateau f in his wife to sell her declares the "Divine Comedy" snperior to October 25. The authorities Montreal, d'Eri, the residence of the Comte de Paris. n the plea that ho tucky. Lert, all the epics of Virgil or Milton, not ex- are meeting with considerable opposition Kentucky will havo filled the Speaker's ' farm m Delaware. As irIe Imbecile Husband Guarded Her Corpse. The civil ceremony was performed yestercepting "Paradise Lost." day in Paris by tno nnd the religjreil 00 in the work of isolating small-po- r patients. Akhipnn,the money he ajrain chair of tho House of ltpresentatives ten Brooklyn, October 23. Mrs. Mary Ev- ious services were conducted here leaving his wifo term1?, or twenty years, with tho exnira-tioin Ferdinand "Ward's baby, which was a carter named Trepanier called a re. and called Ferdinand Grant Ward just before number of his neighbors to his assistance, erett, a woman about fifty years of age, tho private chapel of the chateau. of Mr. Carlisle's term. the failure, has been given a new name, and together with tho mob drove off a residing at 238 Hudson Avenue, was found The following fourth-clasPostmnsters The Hamilton County Re'urns. posse of sanitary police which had come to dead this afternoon with her imbecile hushe an I is now Clarence "Ward. wero appointed a few davs ago: Dreunon remove the carter's children tojtho hos- band, Robert. When the Coroner entered Cincinnati.O., October 22 In tho official ictober 20 A United Springs, Alex. T. A tree at Java, N. Y., has produced this pital. Trepanier will be summoned before, tho room the husband was in a dazed state, count of Hamilton County, tho entire Hardin; East View, J. iion car w ill leave- hero M. Akers; Lesburgh, David A. Worstell; season fifty bushels of apples, and a vino tho new court which has been established and nothing intelligible could be leirned Democratic ticket with one exception people oupph opt'licants In Pinnebaker, John II. Schroder; Poindexter, at Santa Barbara, Cal., in the neighbor- for the trial or such cases. At another from him. The said to nre from New South counted in, but as fraud is alleged in sever-is t o . n bo well connected nn, hit, Idaho. houfo to which tho officers went for a simi- Wales, nnd are hood of two tons of grapes. precincts, the County Clerk body of vnnsas. The car will Win. II. Martin; Hntchinsom, Samuel lar purpose, a man drew a knife nud kept Tho morgue, Mrs. Everett was removed to al Cincinnati issuing certificates has been enjoined from was and Uraggi; 'Atherton ville, E. W. Atherton; uialia to A widower at "Whitehall, N. Y., had bis them at bay until he was reasoned out of the hospital."and her husbanddeath sent to to tho State Senator. The Hepiu iican the The cause of is supenne, Denver and Hnlbrook, Ii. F. Halbrook; Hamilton, Geo. 1Jli dead wife's gold teeth made into an en- his folly. candidates petitioned the Circuit Court for posed to havo been heart disease. is. Another car 15. Johnson; Carthage, A. S. McArthur; gagement ring, which he gave to a woman writs of mandamus, and the whole matter Hydrophobia on the Street. night 'or Port- - Catawba, T. II. Wright; Forks of will come up for a hearing on Mouday, Ocwhom he was about to marry. en route all Bridgeport, Ct., October 25. Mrs. Ann Colored Preacher Beats His Son to Death. tober 2Q. Alfred Stedman; Parksville, Geo. II Wiscot sin, Madison, Fla., October 25. Rev. Alfred A daSHV girl at one of the Saratoga hoFennel!, of Trumbull, camo to this city n Territory Hooker. Riel Must Hang. colored preacher, is in jail for tho tels wore a white silk ball dress on the folds yesterday. Last night, while on tho street, Coffee, n Flux, of a malignant type, h devastatLondon, October 22. Tho Privy Counc. son. The boy's d of which were scenes "from she was seized with a severe hydrophopia murder of his ing the homes of Estill County. Its aty rendered its decision in tbe app. fit, which lasted several hours. It took the skull was fractured and his head beaten to our country seat In California." tacks aro mostly confined to children. combined efforts of tive policemen to re- a jelly. Tho father first used a plow-lincase of Louis Ripl, dismissing tbe peti LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL) G. At "Wild dogs havo become so fierce and so move her to the station-houoCtms. thn a thick peach trc switch, then a of the condemned man requesting n co' "Uncle Snr.LT" Faiuhs lost his pocket-booof this numerous in a section of "Wyoming as to 0'.Nei, one of tho officers, was badly bitten brush broom, winding up with a plank four mutation of the death sentence passed b containing 5COO in money and some in the arm by tho unfortunate woman. feet Ioug,which was broken into fragments. the Canadian authorities it rtggs, ot seriously interfere with stock raising and papers between his home at Cross Roads Mrs. Fennell w as bitten b3" a doglast spring. The boy fell dead under tho blows. His Ottawa, Ont., October 22. The report to bo as dangerous as wild animals. ? cranber- During her ravines she was continually screams were heard a mile. The father that the execution ot Kiel has been post rlLLLLLLLLHLLLLE along in a and Glasgow. cryhigout: "Dog!" "Dog!" Latertshe was said ho did it to make the child honest. At Homewood, Pa., is a well six thousand poned until November 10 is denied lack hood nnd D. Zimmerman, of Jessamine Uounij--, feet deep, and boring still proceeds Tho taken home by friends. omclnls ot tho state department. r a bear by two has eight acres of corn which yield A Week's Failures. hu tho neck. Death threo stalks to the hill and every stalk but managers of the enterprise aro bound to get Elaborate Preparations of a Suicide. A Boy of Unusual Grit. Mrs. Briggs was New York, October 23. Tho business at tho bottom truth if they havo to boro H(is county nnd tho twelve li3s a good ear of corn on it. Newport, R. I., October 25. "Walter failures occurring throughout tho country Philadelphia, October 22. About half an through to the other side. Thos. Kenton, a brother of the famous Chadwick, a citizen, who has seven days, o'clock this morning a boy employed tho Successful experiments have lately been missing from home for many days, during Dun last Co., number ns reported to past 3establishment ou Carter's alley, had & pioneer, Simon Kentou, is still living, nnd R. G. for the United in nn been made at Coblentz in tho training of is residing with n in Robertson was found drowned near Hammel's wharf States 153, and for Cannda 21, or a total of his arm laterally torn off in the machinery. K Resigns. ravens as carrier birds in tho place of pig20. Tho letter this afternoon. Chadwick had tied a string 177, as compared with ICC last week, and 207 The boy walked down tairs nnd took a years old County. Ho will bo ninety-nin- o eons. The latter are more subject to the around his beard and chin to prevent his the week previous. Failures are still nuseat in a patrol wagon that had been sumThomau, the at his next birthday, nnd notwithstanding merous in the Pacific States and Canada, moned. The arm was wrapped up in a attack of birds of J prey than ravens. The shouting for help, tied his legs, put on a v uiiiiiiissiiuutrid, uua his age, is remarkably sprightly for ono so but trained ravens were made to fly a distance belt with several bricks inside, put bricks they in tho other sections of the country newspaper and carried after him. Xhw J,U3t aro below the average. The document is old. Ho moves about with alacrity, and name of the boy could not be learned. in his pockets and tied his bands' of forty miles, and their performances gave resignation has does considerable work yot. Ho enjoys been touch satisfaction. President, to take good hoalth. A Father's Awful Crime. Counterfeiters Convicted. Italian Trunk Murderers Sentenced. t place General B. F. Butler has expressed his Bisgfiampton, N. Y., October 23. Word Pittsburgh, Pa., October 22. The counChicago, October 25. The three Italians The colored peoplo of Lexington, Ky., Intention of giving his whole private librwho were found guilty of the celebrated has been received in this city to the effect terfeiters captured in Clarion nnd Forest held a mass meeting a few days ago, ot A statistician has been aryas fine a private library as there is in a farmer near Straucca, last week are on trial in the trunk" murder were brought into court that John Howell, Pa., this afternoon shot Counties Court. Five of the eleven U. S. stuc t of comfort on lonir- - which they passed resolutions respectfully the State of Massachusetts to Colby Wayne County, have District yesterday 'morning, where Judge Hawes four of his children, ranging in agu from already been convicted, nnd one, Gecrge evity. s show that the richest demanding better school buildings for their of "Waterville, Me. their counsel's children, nnd a call is now issued for a A Colebrook (Conn.) farmer lost a overruled sentenced them motion for a new threo to eleven years, and then shot him Secrist, acquitted. Tho evidence produced people Illllll tverajre life of liftv-tvtrial, and all to be hanged Waterbury watch in his potato field last on November 14. All Ithree of the doomed self. His w'ife and eldest daughter wero so far goes to show that one of the shrew- years, " forty-si- x and tho State convention of colored men. or the tragedy. dest gangs of coniackers ever operatit in poor onl June. Two weeks ago, wjjile digging a hill men appeared unmanned by tbe sentence absent at tbe time one and a half. A well- Silas N. Hodges, a prominent member this State has been broken up. man1 was liable to infectious dis tho watch was found, and with a shako, but made no demonstiation. of the bar at Frankfort, is dend. -- . Overdosed With Morphine. t commenced again all right. ca50 as pauper, while diphtheria, Veteran The dwelling ot Willis Ashby, at Sebree MaCON, Mo., October 24. Mrs. Mary Suicide in Jail. croup, w ltP A Minnesota judce has decided that a h and scarlet City, burned. XiOss $5,000. October 23. Tho second Louisville, Maxwell, tho" wife of a faimer liviner in Cleveland, O., October 25. August Chariton Township, Macon County, who day's session of the lever are itiore prevalent among tho wife can not collect wages from her husJohn Clarke, an engineer on the Louisof Consumption and pneumonia ville and Nashville Railroad, was shot band, even whea there Ss.a stipulated price Bienlow, a German about thirty years of was sufferinc from an achinz tooth, took "and soldiers occurred at rich. age, who was arrested last night bj a dep- a doso of morphine yesterday to case tho Qwensboro agreed upon for services performed outside Thousands of veterans claim the poor, who are comparatively and killed at Earlington, by Geo. Long, n . free from brain fever. Thero is ides were present, uaptam the household duties and a note given for uty U. S. Marshal for passing a counterfeit pain. The dose being too large, she died car repairer. bill, hanged himself in jail before morning. from its effects in a few hours. yered tue oration of the day. tie same. some advantage in being rich. . Jos. McDowell, oneof Robertson CounjThk wildest game in the world is thft . ty's oldest and best citizens is dead, aged 0i in Minnesota. Texas Beef for Old England. Thevft & In Ohio for Governor. Rocky Mountain ramv The animal is moro n Colonel K. a. Jenkins has years. Brown's Vallet, Minn., October 2a Columbus, O., October 22. The canvass Fort Worth, Tex., October 23. Isaac like the chamois than any other creature. The jury in the Ed Peyton case at NewThis neighborhood is considerably excited Dahmon, of .this city, closed a contract of the official voto on the hend of tho Stato from orth Carolina to Washington .1 la Colorado Hw has just gone into force over tho discovery of oil eight Stuart portrait of castle, returned a verdict of guilty, and miles north yesterday with nn English syndicate to ticket as returned to tho Secretary of Stato prohibiting th killing of rams for ten vears .hin crton. .nnnos'd to bu fixod his punishment nt seven years in the of here. While digging for water at deliver on the wharf at Galveston, fort- shows Foraker's plurality to be 10,329. George to come. a nightly, for the next five years, 3,000 Leonard's voto was 2S,03, and the total painted fr t life. of eighty-flv- e feet oil In It had been hidden penitentiary. Peyton shot and killed AlJosh Billings delivered a thousand lec- depth was found. Reports say small quan. frozen carcasses of beef cattle. Tho price voto was 728,830. titles p.way tgHfcp cvoral years in a garret. fonso Hall on the night of tho Presidential that fabu stipulated is six cents per pound for the ture ia seventeen years', and" wherever he lous prices are now Deing offered for th v,bc laced to conceal it at tho election in North Pleasurevllle. beef and nine cents for the hides. went he waa welcomed. The New York lauds. Death of a Female Centenarian. Little Ben Gipe, who was run over by a out war. Weekly paid kirn flOO a week for a half Bridgeport, Ct , October 25,Bridget wagon in Owensboro several days ago, I3 The Boiler's Work. Murderers Sentenced. Farley died late last night in West Stratcohuu of natter, and ho made splendid Pawpaw, Mich., October 22. M. G. and Providence, R. I., October 23. This ford, aged one hundred and four vears season of California, dead of his injuries. profltjfroaUt publications. His Farmera W. H. Barker, Esculapia Springs has been sold to k, the boiler of a dredging machine two months and five days. brothers, were found guilty afternoon lent of tho JUlaiasx had a sale of 127,000 copies in its of the murder of Harvey Keith, a most in Stonington harbor exploded, instantly ewhat peculiar, it 13 company of Cincinnati capitalists. The Mcoad yaar, aad la ten years his profits Street-Ca- r Strike Off. crime, Keith killing Captain Henry Sheffield, of tho a fast." Iho crop price paid was $100,000. frost M aaoaiUd to $90,000. He was of- - atrocious M. G. Barker being horribly tilated. Pinkeye is prevalent among the cattle ia, was sentenced to steam yacht Fire-Fland injuring Thomas St. Louis, October 22. The street-cc- i on was tho lanrest 91.000 a atcht to lectura in the Penitentiary for life, and his brother Colbert, Grove White aud Stephen R. Bur strike has been declared off by the Execu ritelr 4 Irttaa. 0 State, while thid portions of Ballard County. tor twentyfirt yssrs, dick tive Board of the Knights of Labor, almost nothing. n odels. IToCiMVire Pence of "SliulUlnff Oft." Engagement Between-- Bulgarian If Dormas B. Eaton Is going to farmingfia Denver, Col., October 21-and Servian Pickets. ,; Vermont. threatens a crusade against nudo suicide. n Thh BLUE AND GRAY. Kx-Unl- aK&KE To-da- K03IANCES. COMMONWEALTH. THE COLOFgv INE FADING. Party Thre; fr'Jnd to DNiolve. Republican pia.jrin3. orators and organs, for lack ofsany more vital and absorbing issue, ctch up John Sherman's rnlly.'ug cry.,whtch allirms that tho colored race injtke South is practically disfranchtecdjjj fraud and ,01 tJl REPUBLICAN CRY. b f a Mean) Keunlon of 11 ml ."""""pSGd Republican An Abjuril Suggestion Which Is Made 1'artlsHiis. y HKands -i ot-a- l V sup--plie- s, nt 'v ui-.Ui-.t i.m. HHbtfcift ,J 1 sn"!a jtHK 23-- I ! "hi--ui- I I . --- -i . e, The .1 .... x JJH. rKrnd SlUV .;rf k-' 'K.Vs, .HHIHM'Ii VlTATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATATAV J HHjHB"''lee. "IEi Of course Very few Republicans themselves IntOsp hysterical a conlah dition as to aver with Foraker that the x moro men lmv than wero slainislpcttysburg. or to allege with Hoagthat "in many of the .flutes, of thoSovjiJ3pugh nwnimber Ku-Kluaistt-ssinato- The idea of reducing tho Congressional representation of somo or all of tho Southern Sta'.es on account of u alleged violation of tho right of au frage, which negro male citizens pos- seas, seems too rid culous for discussion, and it certainly would not !?, noticed at all were it not for the absurd statements and arguments of the Republican bloodv-shihowlers. They cite that portion of the Fourteenth amendment to tho Federal Con stitution which tire tires that when the right tu vpte at an ole.ct.on "i1 denied, rt -- full-weig- ht 1 -- -- kBV" iVTi t- - 11 -i pay-me- ut f"H MK tK" n-l- i ii-- 11 . ;B9R 1 1 to-da- y. 4.1 .1 i to-da- v t- - Itap-pear- s, "Bl I' 11 1 tho Prcsideul and toch'angc the majority in the House of I'eprcseutativcs tho Republican majority has been deprived by the Democratic minority of it- right to vote nnd its right to free discuon." The-- c wild statements are generally toned down, diluted, triturated, but the average Republican is persuaded that the negro's freedom is .still grievously restrained in the South and that a lively agitat on of thequestion is the policy which will restore the Republican party to power. It is a fatuitous mistake. Sherman, Hoar, roraker and tlioo who echo them proceed altogether on They ascrt, but they assumptions. furnish no proof. They aMimo that several of the Southern States should give Republican majorities aud they assume that eery colored man necessarily a Republican. The last census shows that only three Mates of the Union t ontain more negro.'s than whito i- - -t blg-R- er '1 (1'V self-dofeus- o. gas-hous- e, '"'n , -i 1 - . . ", se-er- nl general wa-hin- g r Poll-vill- e, three-year- s' Pan-Electr- ic eight-year- s' m ii tiS sm. fijrit n -- a.-.e- ws pan-handl- e, to-da- v. frh r. bob-ta- il lrupo-sibl- 1 r 'ia. rim nlllllllBL r 1 r rHsr .IK .. 1 b1 11 -- HHHIIIIim. re-'nc- iu til-- . 11 tt " ;tI.I.I.I.I.I.I.V" .1 O.-t'i- ir 1 f.TW 1 o-- Life-savin- knows that the charge of wholesale systematic intinidatoti is ridicu.ous and false, bince carpet-band bayonet rule censed in the South the races luive been drawing more closely toTlio tradition of forty acres gether. and a mule has been exploded. The darky ia no longer apprehens vo of being by the wicked Democrats, He realizes that lie has b?en duped in the past by scalawags anil thievc-- i who plundered the State aud dishonored it The negro is shrewd enough to perceive that his true interests ate identified with the prosperity of his white neighbors; he has learned sonie"things and forgotten others and ho is rapidly emancipating himself from the irksome' yoko of adventurers who used him as a political chattel in the furtherance of disreputable schemes. That fraud and intimidation havo been practiced in various parts of tho South is undeniable. be it from the Uraphir to justify such procee lings, even though it does not ignore iho provplunocation given by the carpet-baderers to the victims of their greed. Occurrences, of that sort, however, ha e been as rare during tho past lew years in the Souih as in the North.. What vees John Sherman and his kind is the faet that the color line in politics is fading away and that the negro is at length beginning to cast a really free vote instead of morel' de- ticke't put into h s hands Iiositinir the The men who are trying to revive sectional and race lines commit an infamous crime against the welfare and happiV. Y. Graphic. ness of their country. a g ollice-holde- r. -- person, and ever- - intelligent man years- - of "age. Stite, being" twcnly-onc- v and citizens of tue UnitCiRnates. or in any way abridged, except for participation iu the rebellion or other crime, tue basis of repre-en- t ition therein slmll be reduced in the proportion which the uuniber of such mate c'tizeus shall bear to the wholo number of male citizens twenty-on- e vears of age in such ' State." At the time of the introduction of this amendment in Congre-- s the negroes in the Southern States had not the right to vote, and tho amendment was intended to reduce the representation ol these Sta'cs unless they conferred tho right of suffrage on a'l male citiens. Before any action was taken or suggested under thi- - amendment the Fifteenth Amendment wa adopted, which prevented States discriminating in their suil'i age lau against male persons on account of race or color, so that thero is somo doubt whether tho quoted clause of the FourthUenth Amendment litis any force at all. If it have application it isicrtainly to such as Rhode Island, which prescribes a property qualification, and Massachusetts, which insists upon a slight educational prerequisite aud a At all events, the clause affects State action exclusively, and applies not at all to the performance oi St-ite-s poll-tax- -. tonyoiiieina5'ii.bitahtrofjfiuc individuals. tt'ask,n'jton Post. BLOODY SHIRT" SPEAKERS. Alt oTTIielr Illro i:IN Were IVrpetnitco I'mler IlPtmhlic in ltule. Says the Chicago InUr Ocean: The great fuel Is that thero is not a South ern State In winch tho lmlustr.al class is nl lowed to vote and to have its ballots counted, provided sueh voting would make any differ cnee with the result. This is tho central nnil Indisputable fact the cne. Tho State! 111 which rebelled In 18JI nro now republican iu their form of government, but in the r tonu only. In reality they are oinany olnrarchios. Suih u state of thinjrs c.in not endure with safety to the country at largo." Now there is not oulv no proof ol this: it isn't true. Bat if it were true, iu whole or part, what argument would it furnish for the restoration of the Re- - THE FOREIGN l'nttm:iHtrr-(ieneral MAIL Vil.is 11 SERVICE Cniiiiiiiw-Srnse few-week-s n Glohe-Dnnocr- at 1 g - - un T to-r- e 11 . - name-Bran- dt open-barre- to-da- y few-yard- s d l,nrl Courier-Journa- 1 iii'Jb 't ft Attltmlc Toward Vexation (Jiit-s- t Ion. It was not to be expected that any corporation would be deprived of what it found to be a particularly pleasing plum and accept tho deprivation without a struggle. Exercising the discretion invested in him by Congress, the Postmaster-CJenerdeclined to place a at the dispo-a- l of the Pacific Mail Company. The reasons thk official advanced for thus action were sound, and, m the face of procure, he had the courage to adherejjfjthem. It was in the power of theampany maliciously to cattle some d sarrange-inet- it of the foreign mail service involving dela and to jirovo&o the complaint of patrons of certain if foreinn mails, and the c mpany did not hes.tate to avail itself to the utmost of what temal tuib-dd- publican part' to power? It is as such an argument that tho Inter Ocean usjs it; just as John Sherman and Senator Hoar and other Republican Bourbons use it. Has it any weight when uied for that purpose? Whatever the state of tilings may be at the South it has grown up while the Republican pa'tv was in power al Washington. Not a &inglo outrage, real or imaginary, has been perpetrated except under a Republican Prf sident. h it earthly reason !s there to snpposo that the restoration of the Republican part-tpo.ver would have any effect upon the situat'on at the South?" There is no reason, and the Inter O tun knows there is none. So does S'lenuan. So does Hoar and Horr and al tho re-- t of them who are vexing thu peaceful atmosphere of the North with their outer es abo-i- the suppression of suffrage at the South, luoy simply hope oy continued outer" t arouse tha party passions, not dar.ng to appeal lo tho calm jUdgmenl of common sense. Detroit Free Press. A o t THE POLITICAL TRUTH. The Slirlnknce of the Northern Voto Klecte-t IfcjmMic-111- 1 Cleveland. -. to-dn- y Ma-o- r. To-da- y to-da- y rt.-uB- hand-painte- ld to-da- e, e. well-know- n sini iruK st-fK- ni. XMm? itpiiiHli Ti ivjilllllllllB jft (bji.'.H im IVaH iB' VBf D-L- 1 f 1 n Car-loa- s d. :tt'.illllllh Elk-hor- n, -- k, Ti3KmMK&m tuotLiiiiiiKillv. 1 X WASiBbcr resignaBsioner sou-in-la- w I m VIHdatedJtPlIis ajBie S -L. nH JV cmi -- - Uni-Tersit- y, o " to-tl- o n. T oping-cong- to-da- y. m m sixty-seve- reKn OEue nti y, mMl savHi jrjiBU .Bm F Bee-Keepe- rs CJBl The fact that the political change? which resulted in tho election of Mr. Clevc'and occurred in the North and not in the South seems to have been porary disgrnntlement'xisted: neither 'ost sight of in the uproar occasioned did it lack organs to fan its small tem- by the new secfonal crusade. Mr. pest, and to endea or lo make cap tal B!a ne lost the Pros deneynot by the for an appeal to Congress next winter. Mipnre-s.o- n of tlio Republican vote in Rut the I'ostmastor-Oenor.iwhoe ac- the St but by it shrinkage in tho tion wa-- not tiic result of cap.icc, but North. The Rep'iblL-angained largeproceede I from disinterested deliberaly iu uearlv all of the Southern States tion, is not moved by itich clamor as but they d.d not l.old their own in tho the corporatiou has beon able to incite. Northern States. Cleveland received Tho Chinese gong style of warfare has 4G"UU) more votes in 18-- than k no terrors for him lie ha3 made no received in 18 . and Mr. Blaino attempt to soothe the company, but is received more votes than wore aethely engaged in the improvement of cast for Garfield. ( "f the Bkvne excess the foreign mail service. The relations ne.ii ly 20(.).0J wee in the Southern of the Pacific Mail Company with New Stat 5 whereas of tho Cleveland excess Zealaud reijiiireits transportation of the all but about lo .0 k votes were in tiio American mails across the Pacific Tho Northern Mates. In spite of the inservu e in that direction is, therefore, crease of populat:on in fo ir year? as good as ever. The Cuban mails will Bla:ne received fewer votes in 18SI in be greatly expedited; and the result of Ma ne, Connecticut, Massachusetts, an upheaval, now so distasteful to a New Hampshire and Vermont than company which has been accustomed Giuveld did in 1S0, wh le in the great to rely upon subventions into which the States of New York, New Jersey. clement of corruption notoriously en- Michigan and Indiana Mr. Blaine did tered, will be tho saving to the Treas- not receive altogether more than 20,000 ury of the sum which the company more votes than Garfield had four years would have enjoyed under a less con- bt'fore, though the Democratic vote waa scientious Administration and the gen- largely increased. eral improvement of a service which at These facts explain why Mr. B'aino great cost of money had not been fully was not elected. The suppression'' sat'sfactory. Chinvjo Herald. of the vote which might have elected him was puroly voluntary. Chicago A Political Dialogue. Herald. During a period of fully fifteen years, False Assertions. whenever the Republican party was The official regis'cr of the Departcalled to account for statea dialogue something like the following ment of Just ce shows that the ment made at the Republican State Contook place: Voter Why have you converted the vention of Massachusetts that "every faithful servant of the department, from public service into a partyiachine? Republican Party Because of the the law clerk down to the charwoman," of tho suppression of the coloreflBoto at the had been removed, in violation The only e law, is not true. South. Attorney-GenerV. Why docs it cost ybu so much to changes made by thestaff, and even in were in his personal collect tho revenue? these confidential places, where it is P. Because of the sffot-gu- n R. policy conceded that he had a right to mako of the havo V. Why do you not reform the tariff? changes, many of the employes whoso been reta tied. Not an employe R. P. Because of the use of tissue classified service ha3 ballots at tho Stato elections in the position is in the Out of sixty iu the debeen changed. South. partment roll only fifteen changes have V. Why have we no nav ? been mide, including three laborers", R. P. Because tlio negro is intimiwho were removed lor cause, and a dated into voting the Democratic ticket. urged to ro- -. V. Why do men like Robeson, and stenographer, who was main, but would not consent to do so, Chandler, and Brady, and Dorey, stand and, what is more, there is the best auso high among you? thority for saying that no further reR. P. Because of the Copiah masmovals are contemplated save in one or sacre. St. Louis V. Have ever done anything to two specal changis. prevent the suppression of the neTO vote? are noted for their achieveR. P. Yes. ments with the 111111 feet, but it 1m V. What? never be.-- observed that muley cows K- - P. We disapprove of it on tho kick over the milk pail any oftenerthan stump. those with horns. Iu fact, not as often; V. Does this do the negro any food? because there are not mauy muley cows Iv. P. No. extant Detroit Fot. V. What purpose, then, does it serve? The egg crop of Maine is said to be B.. P. It keeps tho Democrats from more valuable than her apple crop. V. Betting into offices . Post. There arc lO.fXW.OQa hens in tho sUt. l, i ut. s Han-co-- H) "fffffffffffffffH W Civ.l-Sorvic- al , -- r V --- n CS f ,c- - - f &&! ZT'J r-- r- iJ . 1 !- fc , -. &JT t.L Ei2iaa1 I Ke""?" - jssc-.-rx'. " ?? -- n-- ' - 00 TILLAGE'S SERMON. "Shall Havo Another Ohanco In tho Next "World?" "Wo So The Doctrine That "Aa tho Tree Fall It Mast Lie" Practically anil Forcibly Presented Another Chance Improbable. ' IB) r-- N Brooklv.v, N. Y., October IS. Prof. Henry Eyre Brown opened tho services In tho Brcoilyn Tabernacle this morning, with the oi;an solo Sonata in C Minor, by llhineberger. TJ. Talmaga rea.l and tho 31st chapter of tho First Book of Samuel, showing that the old grudge beiueen the Philistines and tlie Israelites was kept good, and that people generally die as they live. The hymn suns was: When Thon, my righteous Judge, shalt coma To take Thy ransomed people horns Shall I among tliom stand? Shall such a worthless worm a? I, AVlio sometimes am afraid to die, Be fonud at Thy right hand? The subject oT the sermon was: ''Shall We Havo Another Chance in the Jfoxt World J" The text wa;: If the tree fall toward the south or toward tho north, in the place where the trtQ talletb, there it shall be. Kccleslastes, xl., 3. Tnero is a hovering hopo in the mimla of a tast lnullituJe that there will bo an op portunity in the next world to correct the mistakes of this; that, if wo do make complete shipwreck of our ear.bly life, it will be on a shore up which wo may walk to a palac.; tha as a defendant may loss liis case in tho Circuit Court and carry it up to the Supreme Court orCouri of Chancery, and gst a reversal of judgment in bis behalf, and the costs being thrown over on the other party, so if we fail in the varthly trial, wo ni3y in tin higher jurisdiction of e'ernity havo tie judgment of tne lower court court set aside, all the costs remitteJ, and we be victorious defendants forevsSi Jly object in this sermon is to show as well as my text, that coumion-sausdeclares thai such an ospsctation Is chimcrioaL You say that tho impmitont man having got into the next world and Feeing tie disaster, will, as a resut of that disaster, turn, the pain the cause of his reformation. But you can find ten thousand instancej in this world of men who have done wron; aud distress overtook them suddenly. Did the distress Leal them? No; they went right ou. That man was flung of disipatioas. You must stop urlnkin;," said tha doctor, "and quit the fast life you aro leading or it will do, troy you." Tha patient suiters paroxysm, after but tinier skillful medical treatment he to sit up, begins to walk about tbo room, bigms to go to business. Audio! s .ho goes back to the sama for lib morning dram, and his evening dram, an J tbo dram? bjtwjon. Flat down again. Same doctor. Sams phys.cal anguish. t?amo medical wanting. Now t'aa illucs3 is more pro'.vacied, the livar is more the stomach more irritable and the digestive organs ae mora robslltoa. But offer a while ha is out again, goci kac'x to ths sataa and goes the sains rcocd o sacrilege against his physical health. Ho see that his downward course ruining his household, that his life is a perpetual perjury against bis marriage vow, that tho woman is so unlike the. roseate young wife That li3 married, and her old schoolmates lo rot recognisa her; thnt his son? are to ,1)3 taunted for a lifetimo by har father's drunkenness; that the daughters aro to pas? into life under tin scarification of a disreputable auditor. Ha is drinking up their happiness, their pro?pec;s for this life and perhaps for the life to coins. Sometimes at apprc:a ion o! what he is doing comes upon hi si. His nervous system is all n jangle. From crown of head to sjle of foot is one aching, rasping, damning tortjre. Where is lie? In bell on earth. Does it ralorm him? .After n while ho lias delirium tremens, with a whole jungle of hissing reptiles let out on his pillow, and his scream? horrify the neighbors as he das"i.-- i out of hi? bol crying: "Take thee things off of me!" As he sits pale an I the doctor tays: "No;v I wan. to have a plaia talk with you, my d3ar fellow. The ner of this kiud you have yon will be beyond rt'l inidicnl skill, aud you will die." Ha get? bat'.er and goes forth info rouu I again. Tins tima meditho cine takes no effect. Consultalion of physicians njres in saying there is no hope. Death ends the fcn2. That procs? of inebriation, warning aud dissolution is going on within a stone's throw of tht3 church, going on in nil tha neighborhoods of Caristendon. Pain dos3 not corr.-- . Safformg dees not reform. What is true in ono sense is trus in all senses, and will forever ba so, and yot men are expecting in tho next world purgatorial rejuvenation. Take cp the printed reports of the prison? of the States and you will find that the va.t majority of thi incarcerated have been there be Tore, some of them four, five, six times. "With a million illustrations all working the other way in this world, people are expecting that distress iu the next state will bs salvable. Yon can not imagine any worso torture in auy other world than i?hich some men have suffered here, and without any sa'.uta y constquance. Furthermore: The pro3peco'f a rcforma tion in the nex world is more improbab'o than a rcforma (ou here. In this world the line started with innocence of infancy. In tho case supposed the other life will open with all the accumulated bad habits of many years upon him. SarelV it is easier to build a strong ship out of new timber than out of an old hulk that has been ground up in the breaker. If with innocence to s nr: with in this life, a man does not become godly, what prospect is thera that in tho next world, starting with s n, a seraph should, be evolved? Surely tho sculptor ba3 unre prospect of making a fine statue out of a block of pure white Parian marbie than out of an old black rock seamol and crackel wth tho sto:m?of a half century. Surely upon a clean wbito shee . of paper it is easier to write a deed or a will than upon a shset of paper all scribb'e 1 and blotted and torn from top to bottom. Yet man S3em to think that, though the life that began hare comparatively perfect turned oat badly, the next life will succeed though it starts with o. dead failure. "But," says soma oae, "I think we o jgh t to have a chance in the uaxt life because his life Is so short it allows only small opportunity. Wo hardly have tima to turn around between cradle and tomb, the wood of tho one almost torching th i marble of the other." But do yo l know what made the ancient deluge a necessity? It was the longevity of the antcdeluvians. i"hey were worso in tha second cjntary of their lifetitna than in tho first hundred fears, aud still worse in tha third century, and siili worse all the way on to oven, eigb. and ulna hundred years, and tho earth had to ha washed and scrubbed and coakod and accaored clear out of sight for more than a monti before it could bo made fit for decent people to live in. longevity uver curs impenitence. All the picture? of Tim? represent him with a . scythe to cut, bu1; I n'ver naif any p.cture oi Time with a cam oi ma lic'.ues to heal. Seneca soys that Nero for the first five years of his public life wai sat up for an example of clem ncy and kininass, but his path all way deseonlel until at sixty eigb he becama-- i suicide. If 8)0 years did not nuke ano leluvian? any batter, bat only made the-- worse, tha ages of eternity rotild liava no effect except prolongation of ilepravitv. "Buf," ays omo oie, "in the future state evil iurroan !in?s wdl be wihdrawn and olovated Jant'.encas subsitatid, and bence expurgation and sublimation and gloriflcatio i." But the righteojs, all their tdiiR forgiven, have passed on to fae beatific sfto and consequently tho unsaved will be left alone. It cau no: bo expected that Dr. Dift, who exbans o.t him-el- f In teachin- - Hinlooi the way to KSTtt, and Dr. Abset, mtjo gaya hi life tetkt ransllEation of Cbin, aud Adonl c, m, bi-fci- ram Judson, who tolled for tae redemption ol Borneo, slnuld be sont down by some celestial 'mifiionary society to educate those who w isted all their earthly oxist-encEvanMlistic and missionary efforts are ended. The entire kingdom of the morally baiftrupt by themselves, where are the salvable influences to come from? Can one speckled and bad apple in a barrel of diseased apples turn the other apples good? Cffu those who are themselves down help otl?-up? Cau thoso who have failed in the V?iness of the soul, pay the debt? of their spiritual insolvents? Can a s million wrong mako one right? was ac.'ty where King Philip of Tnracia put all the bad peoplo of hi? kingdom. Ifanyrfflfc had opened a primaiy fcchool at Ponoropolis I do not think the parents from 9Kiar cities would have sent thair children'there. Iustead of amendment in the other world, all the associao. 3 Pinor-opoli- grog-shop- dram-shop- s, broken-hearte- d craci-lyin- g, - k c Un-tc- J -- - -- !i upon an unwortay subj;c:, the King dying tlmtwe might live. Toll it fo nil points of the compass. Tell it to night and day. Tell it to a 1 earth and Hcavon. Tell it to all centuries all ages, all milloni ams, that wa have such a magnificent chance in this world that wo need no other c'tance in the next. A dream: I am in the bnrnishd judgment hall of the lat day. A great whito throne L lifted, but tho Judge has not yet taken itj While we are waiting for his urnval, I hear immortal spirits m conversation: "What are you wait'ns hero for?" says a soul that went up from Madagascar to a soul that ascended from America. The latter says: "I came from America, where forty years I heard the Gospel preached, and tha Bible read, and from th pinyer 1 learned in infancy at my mother's knues until my last bou-- , I bnd gospel advantage, but for some reason I did noi make the Christian choice, and I am here waiting for tha Julgo to give mo a new trial, auother chance." ' S.range," says the other, "I had but ona gospel ca'l at Madagascar, and accepted i , and do no" need nnothar chance." "Why aro you here?" says ona who on earth bad tie feeblest to one who had great brain and silvery tongue, and scpters of mtlmnc . The latter responds: "Oh, I knew more than my fellows. I mastered libraries, and bad learned ti les from college s and my name wa? a synony m for eloqu nee and power. And yet I neglected my soul and I am here waiting for a " "S range!" Fays one of the fesble earthly capacity, "I knew bat littlo of worldly kuowiedge, but 1 know Christ aad ma lo him my partner and I havo no neei of another chance." Now tha grouud tremble? witi the approaching chariot-- The great tol ling doers of the ball swing open. "Stand laak !" c y tho Celos'ial ushers. "Stanl bnk, aad let the Judge of quick and deal pas Ha take? the throne, and, natiens, Christian anl heathen, that through!" no future chance for those who look.ng over tho throng of nations, ho there is Come to judgmant, the last jud;-inehavo wasted this. Multitude? of men says: the only judjmont!" By ou fiasb who are kept within bounds would say: 'Go to now! Let me get all out of this from tho tbrono nil the history of each one tlame3 forth to the vision of hims-- lf life there is in it. Come gluttony and ina . "Divi le!" savs tho Judgo briation, and "uncleanne is, and revenge, and all othe-.sto tho assembly. "Divide!" echo tha and all sensualities, and wait upon me. My life may be somewhat shortened in walls. "Divide!" cry the guards angelic. this world by dissoluteness, but that will And now tho immortal? separate, ntshing only mako heavenly indulganca on a this way anl that, an after a whilo larger scila tae sooner posible. 1 will there is a groat a'sla between them and a overtake the saints at last, an I will enter greaf vacuum widening and widening, and the heavenly tern le only a littlo later the jadge, turning t a tho throng on ouo than those who behaved themselves here. side, says : "He t'lat is righteous let him I will on mv way to heaven tako a little ba rigateous still, i 1 he that is holy let wider excursion than those who were him 08 holy still;" and theu, turning to on pious, and I shall go to heaven tae throng on the opposite side, ho say-;v.a Gehdiiua and via Saool." Aujiher "He that is unjast let him be noj tst still, and ho that is filthy let him be fi!tby chance in the next world means free license and wild abandonment in this. still;" and then, lifting ona hand toward Suppose you were a party in an important each group, he declares: "If tha tree fall toward tha south or towar the north, in case of laxv, and you knew from cou.u':a-tiojudges and attorneys that it tho place where the troa falleth there it with shall be." An thon I hear something jar woull ba tried twice, and the first would ba of little importance, but that the with a great siuad. It is the closing ot second would decide everyili ng, for tho book of judgment. The Ju lga ascend s which trial would yoa make the mo.t the sta.ra behind the throne. Tho hall preparation, for which retina the ablest of th last ais.'z.-- is cleared and shut. The attorneys, far wbici ba tho most aaxiou? High Court of E rn tv t'ij"uraed forever. about the attendance of witaajsos? Yo i S.i:iiniw nf the olklrfc. wiuld put all tho stress upontho second Winnipeg 6un.1 trial, all tho anxiety, all tna expenditure, Advice from B it sb Columbia ttate that 'Tha first is nothing, the last is saying: reeveryth ug." Give the race tVe assurance a short time since, whil two teleg-oopairers wore carrying on tbo'.r work in ho of a second aud more important trial In Selkirk Mouutaius ono of rhsm was a the subsequent life, and all the preparatacked b a grlzsly bear who caught him tion for etern ty would be past-mtorn, by of the leg as he was drinking post- - unera!, and the from calf to asicam. The bear endeavo-eworld, wi"h one jerk, be pitched off into car. v him into the cave, 'but he placed bis impiety and godle.sness. arms around a treo and bellowed for his Furthermore, lot me ask, why a chance companion, whocamacloio to tbo boarand in the next world if we havo reTused inemptied seven Winchester balls in o him. numerable cban-e- s in this? Suppose you Seeing the seven balls did not make him give a banquet and you inv.to a vast num- rellnqu sh his bo'.d, he caught ibe ferocious ber o: friouds, but ono man declines to an mal by tho ears and tried to ban! him come, or treats your invitation w.th inoff. Tuis caused tho animal to move a You in the coursa of twenty difference. thus enabling the friend to pull his year give twenty banquets, and the sama companion's nfle from under the bear. man is invited to them all, and treats them He then commenced pouring his friend's all in the nm- obnoxous way. After a seven bullets into the bear's head, and had wh.le you remove to another home, larger fired the last shot when tbo bear rolled and better, and you again invite your over. The trouble then was to get the fnends, but send no invitation to the man jaws open and releaso his hold. This was who declined o.-- neglected the other indone by iuserting tha oarrel of one of the vitations. A o you to blame? Has he rifles and prying it open. Tho man will right to expect to be invited after I030 bis limb. all the indignities be has done you? God in this world hC? invi.ed" u? A Hphi ir I;:i'jIi Ittcujic. all to the banquet lot his grace. He IMacon (Ga.) Tolegraph.l invited us by his Providence and his spirit An exciting ch.ise batwoen two blood053 days of every year since we knew our ? hounds ail a negro took pi tee near right hand from our left. It we declined a few days ago. Tha negro, "Jim" it every time, or treated tho invitation Johnson, was arrested for crap saooting. with indifference, and gave twenty or Whilo on his way to jail he from forty or fifty years of indignity on our the olIier and took ta the river bottom? part toward the Banqueter, and at last He below tb a town. Tho bloodaounds were spreads the banquet in a more luxuriant immediately loosed and took tha fugitive'? and kingly place, amid the heavenly gar scent. Johnson had something o vqr a mile dens, have we a right to expect Him to in- the tae hounds, but they start vite u again, and have we a right to overhauledof him, when he took to watr, blama Him if He does not invite us? If As there being stream? twelve gates of salvation stood open the negro emerged onlit tha bottoms. tha t.ie othar sido of twenty years or fifty years, for our adstream and took to the woodi the hounds mission, and at the end of that time they would go arouud tho stream aud renew are closed, can wo complain of it and say : the hunt. Thus the chase cont.nued for ; "These gates ought to be open again. Giv hours, the nBgro running fifteen miles, and us another chance." If the steamer is to finally eluding the ternb o brute s, who resail for Hamburg, and we want to get to Germany by that line, and wo read in turned whining mournfully. It is said to ba the tir.it instance on record who e a every evening aud every morning r negro was cute onoagh to outwit bloodthat it will sail on a certain day, for hounds af er tli9y had sighted him. two weeks we havo that advertisement eyes, and then we go down to before our T.u llottom Fell Out. the docks fifteen minutes after It Itlackfoot (Idaho) Iteporter. has shoved off iutoj the strram At the mouth of Cottonwood Creek, In and say: "Come back. Give me another Gentile Vjlloy, nml about ten miles cast chance. It is not fair ta'treat ma in this of Oxf ard, there aro soma half dozan wa m way. Swing up to the dock again, and springs. Oao of these has baen used for throw out the planks, aullas ma come on bathing purposes for uimy years by those board." Such behavior wcu A invito ar- living in tho vicini .y, and also b rest as a madman. xVudfif, after the gosIt was about ono hundred pel ship ha3 lain at anchor bafore our feet in diamater and circular in form and eye3 for years and yearsand years, and ve.-- deep, and the tamparaturo of the all the benign voices of ear;h aud Heaven water made it delightful for bith.n; purhave urgad us to got on board, as sho poses. Oa Wednesday nl;ht las; the peomight sail away any mwunt, aud after pla l.ving near it were startled by a loud nwhila she sails withaut is it om.iion roaring uolso like the rushing of a huge sensa to expert her to cik back? You body of water over a cataract, and in the might as well go out on thMHighlands at morning it was foun 1 tha' the bottom had . Nevorsink and call tothe Aurana drop; ed out of their All that after she ha? baou t'irjC days oat, remained of the spring was a hole in tho and expect her to return, as to call shape of a gigantic bisiti about fifty feet back an opportunity for llbven waen it deep and containing about four feet of. ones uas sped away. AlLMave offered boiling water at tha bottom. us as a gratuity and for A no 5 refuse Itellc? o. It'.oody Days Lone to take it, an I than rus ae Dosses oi (Pa.) Herald. Jehovah's Duckler deata: nc ano her Joseph Young found a curious object on chance. Tucre ou rht to biVi- - run he. there will b?, no such 4ng as post- the camp ground at Valley Forge yesterhumous oppoitunitr. day, which he at first supposed to be a Thus, our coramoa sense agree? with my text: "If the treo sword of the revolutionary period. It is fall? toward the south or. toward the of iron, considerably rusted, and the blade north, in the plnje where th treo falleth aud hilt are oae piece. The portion corresponding to the b!ad?, however, is rathor there it shall tc." a sword, and the ust You soa that this idaa lifts tblS worl I up narrow and thick ifor unknown. of the instrumen. from an uninipartmt way station to a platform of s upendous issued and makes Stunjr tti Death. all eternity whirl around this hour. Tampa (Fla.) Tribune.J But one trial for which all the A mare belonging to Chauncoy Well! s must ba male in thisJYworld, or was stung to death by al never never made at all- That Tampa last week. A teamster was haul piles up all the emphaais and all tho ing wood with her at tho time, and while climaxes and all tee dsjtinle? into life bo was aside the mare stepped into the nest, here. No other chancel Oh, bow that aug. which was on the ground. She started oil men the villus anl ths'impor.'anca of on a run, but tne wagon got caught ajninsl this chancel Atextnder, wlth-thtarmv, aaa.lIngsomabow, and, being powerlesi to juivounJ a city Ma thou would to mure, she met oar death now-tria-l. semi-barbarisn, ed, will ba dAneraMng and downward. woufty not want to send You a man to aholera or yellow fever o hospital foKiealtb. and tho great of U m?xt world, containing the will be a poor diseased ani'"ague-struck- , place for morp irecovery. If tho surroundings in this world were crowded of torn?-t.a- . ion, the surkundings in the next world, after the righteous have passed up and on, will be a thoujid per cent, more crowded of temptation. the Count of Chn'eaubri-an- d mado his little son sleep at night at the Up of a castle turret, where the winds howled and where specters were said to haunt th? placa; and while the mother and sisters almost died with fright the son tells us that the process gave him nerves that could not tremble and a couraje that never faltered. But I don't think that towers of darkness and the spectral world swept by Sirocco and Euroclydon will ever fit one for the laud of eternal sunshine. I wonder what is tho curriculum of that college of Inferno, where, after proper preparation by the sin3 of this life, the candidate enters;" passing on from freshmen class of depravity to sophomore of abandonmant, and from sophomore to junior, and from junior to sonior, and day of graduation comes, and with diploma signed by Satan, tho president and other professional demoniac? attesting that the candidate ha? been long enough under their drill, bo passes up to enter heaven. Pandemonium a preparative course for heavenly admission! Ah. my friends, Satan and his cohorts have fitted uncounted multitudes for ruin, but never fitted one soul for happiness. Furthermore: It would not be safe for this world it men had another chauca in the uex If it haJ baen aanou need that however wickedly a man might act in this world he could fix it up all right in the next, society would ba terribly demoralized and the human raca demolished in a Tfco fear that if we 'are bat few yea-- s. and unforgivenbere it will not be well for us in the next existence is the chie! influence that keeps civiliza.ioa from ru?hing aadsem"-barba- r back to ism from rushing into.mid light savag-ry- , and midnight savagory from extinc:ioo, for it is tho astringont impression of all laz-rett- tions now that tho good aro evolv- IIo?r a Tirakeinan Saeil a Train from I!e-in- jr r (Srt'i'iihorii. Coiisiimpil hy I'luuirs. light went out then the battering rams " 1 don't want to pass tlireA flrTHim" "I think I have the most useful brake-ma- n would swing agiiin3ttho wall, and demolion the road," said a freight train contion and disaster would follow. Well, all m h a season as tho ono throtf TK nicli I we need to do for our present an 1 everItavo just passed," said Dmi Par uglit, the ductor. "He's called the dude, bwiu-- o ,0 lasting safoty is to make surrenJor to actor. j ' wears a staml-ii- p collar and dyes his s. Christ, tha King and Conquaror; surron-de- r " Havo had a hard time, cliV'v some ono Creattil nirvnfordyeir.ghiaintistacho of surrender of our lives, replied. " Yes, abont as totigh a ttnic-s-w a white I ever saw. It must take forty per cent, of surrender of everything. And ho koep3 a great light bitrmng light of gospel man care3 to mhj. Our ctnipar.y went to his salary to keep his board in color. And Having done homo a for hair oil, why, he just swims In tt. invitation, light kindled with pieces In TtrsaiKar.s. the wood o! tho cro?1? and flaming up littlo work ta a newspaper way, 1 decided When lie stands up on top of the ws and against the dark night of .ur sin and sorrow. i'j play journalist until times got better, the wind is in the right direction tho counSurrender whila that gr?at light continues but, sir, I couldn't get a place. I offered to try girls with whom he flirts can xnifli him to burn, for a'tor it goo? out there will be work for mv board, but no. I couldn't get coining lone eiiomrli ahead to hnvi timotn the journalistic j iix up their hair and run down to tho track no other oppoxtunity of unking peace in. After awhile, giving up waijjal 1 idea, 1 struck out afoot. before we get to 'cm. But. to I with God through our Lard Jesu? Christ. the regular lines of travel athat avoid a very useful man. though itaswassaid, he is my only last Talk of another chanca! Why, thi? s a su- chances for getting would week that we learned to appreciate him as pernal chauca. In the tima of Edward be better. I weiiJHngh the he d. m ned. One of tho boxes on a freight VI., at tie battle of a pivato country. IIlumm wen few, very car j;ot .o hot that it burned the waste out sjldior, seeing that tho Earl of Huntley nearly irving to and threatened to lire the train. As luck had lost his helmet, took off his own hel- upon a small saw tu.i. would have it we hadn't a bit of oil with Ltbotit jis. and how to fix that box I couldn't tell. met and put it upon tho heal o tho Earl, forest. 1 dopH'd mil jusi I That was where our iludo brakeman helped and the head of tbo privao soldier un- to able for souutli tit, to eaT, somi iiscoverel ow itsi to t- - out." covered, he wa? soon slain, wiiilo liiscim . How?" man ler rode safely out of the bat- numn.l n.Im 'Do you undiTt nul t!1 "Why, we stuck his head down over the - case, tle. But, in ouinstea I of a All, an fif I dry box and squeezed enough hair oil into private soldier offering his helmet to an ;un it to run us ono hundred and nineteen Earl, v. is a King putting h s crown replied, t aimuiiig .imiu.h luiles." Cifcugo llcraUl. en at inov inns-tachts, -t! il.-.ii- lift a great light in token ta the peopla A PROFESSIONAL s that, if they surrendered before that light wont out all would ba well, but if once tho The Result of Monkeying wlt AN OILY STORY. Tho Hated Name of Gesbler. A Xenr auHje sitivsHdeuse UBicaine 1 "OK,' t Jio, tlieHl I I gine'1 engineer qu you regular work for? '.' " 'Well. " 'Oli, yes. it I in ! t ni bu, nxglity s uti'nl;Mve isssssssssssisssssssssssssssssssssssB .he LtssssssssssssssssssssSMy 'Two dii'iars a day '"Tli.it pret y steei IM.I rvto nikvhm. r rrl.l ME ???????????????????K. t?????????????????????? fH AK ORIGIN OF SPEECHES. Illustration Showing the j:oliitIou tlitt Cliiilrin.nl. Harper's ihuar I. 1 Ono by one all the romantic cpifciles of yoro arc being ruthlessly obliterated by tho modern rationalist school of and their latest decision is tint no such hero as William Tell and no such as Gessler ever exisUd. They claim, although their deeds aro recorded in song and legend, that Te'l and Gessler aro but mythical personages; but a recent adventure shows that it would bo unwise to vent these skeptical ideas anion; tho zealous believers of tho Four Forest Cantons. It aiipe'trs that Haron von Gessler, a Russian nobleman of German extraction, but who never dreamed that the detested Land-voof Schiller's play had a place on his family tree, hired a boat, together with sorno friends, to cross from Hrun-ne- n to tho Kntli. During the passage ono of the party chauced to address tno young nobleman by his name. The boatman started with horror. He dropped his oar for a moment, and then said to tho astonished company, "I would not have a Gessler in my boat for a hundred francs." In spito of all entreaties and attempted explanations lie turned the head ot his boat, rotved to tho land and insisted that tho supposed of descendant of Gessler should disembark. t"or. lloiton Record. h's-toriatj-ragt 'ilalarla," as n " popular ailment," has given piace to a nov. potentate. It you havo Rheumatism now, tho medl-cwiseacre? erclnlm " Uric Acid" I 11 Ton have frequent headache, they sagely remark" Urio Acid"! T? nav0 aof tening of the brain, they insist that it is- -" Uric Acid" I ai King on tho Throne ! RADWAY'S READY BELIEF The Cheapest and Best Medicine for Family U$ A Wonderful Nest. I.V TMK AVOULI). or Neuralgia make life misto In f rcn ine twmr jr rr :nati.i:"Trrfni So relleTO erable, it i3 Uric Acid"! matter it 1.V1 arP""Uon. is II your skin breaks out in Boils and how v! irt.- - bvt cicn 'ac. e Die pain, the KlisumatlC Rrrfr'.ii-rn- . Xrrroa. NenrtUt'- - or rimpies, it is " Uric Acid"! iifli.n luflcr. ILl?VAY8 i. If you Iijita ADSCIJSaeS anU plies, UriO ' prwtra srt.li itiiL-- w'L aorain5tmnle. ItKl.IEF if Acid" h.1B f vmir Klrtru? nn i.-If you have dull, languid feelings, backache, kidney or bladder troubles, gout, gravel, poor blood; are ill at ease, tbreat-ene- 4 wticn taken accordlne t I: w!'.I ,n n w - . Tri Y"'1 paralysis or apoplexy, vertigo; lilrrri'.i It He Uir- i.f.r Summer Coiupiatnr. Eurrtu. ',uro. S aro bilious, dropsical constipated or dys- ()en:er,Cuin.. rt ma Iu ilic Uoneli,and UlIaterBS peptic ' Uric Acid" i3 the kev to tho situa. t TBAUEi CBO hmiM ation, the cause of all your difllculties! 1IKJL.DY JflAiELtnO JtADWVY'9 crnr 6 do not. imftff afi mndniti fn1nrii will A few lropln w!er nT.lprerer w.t'i ttn-take Madly to this Masculine Usurper, but 'rkn- or pam i roiu rhaE-- of water. It I J better en li UrauJj oi ll.rrr a? a iiSmulint. ilian he has evidently come to stay. Forms. "Uric Acid," this Monster, ia the proMalaria in its Various world tlmt wi ThTe ! n reaicJ.a' aent In tv.e duct of the decomposition death concute Fen rril- Aur am tilo'Srr M arloui. HlHoua stantly taking place within us, and unlesa unit oth-- r ',!ii! t i;a iktst" 1'IIUi ho is every day routed from the system, Kadwav Kuaily Uc.lef- t Trice 5 cecu Blul'iiH fco.d tT drugg a. uiouga tne kianeys, bv means of soma great Mood speciflc lfko Warner's safo cure, which Senator B. K. Bruce says snatched him from ita grasp, there la not the least doubt but that it. will . utterly ruin t 4ksi ma strongest uuman constuuiion l r constttuttoa. partAe tha Ba.M np the At 13 not a valine fellow liv anv intiann. bii.i. mirin? .a... j j -line or an- - Si a 'untie. nnnii ui! ilnir. Sold Lt drnr, 'lata 0 n it uas a long13and cestors. It undoubtedly the father of a very great family of diseases, and though j it may be the fashion to nscribe progeny For nrsi'ernl.v and for tbr enreof all ill A'.f om.-"tic hiotoaru. Ltrer. I'.owcH. Conntlfatlon. to it that are not directly it3 own, there Bi juam.ss.rutfs, llcadacl.e, etc 1'rlee Sn eti. be little doubt that if it once gets thor-- ) DR. KADWAY 4c CO., 32 "Warren can Stieet.N. Y. oughly seated in tho human system, it ' really does introduce Into it most of the, ailments now, per force of fashion, attrib- uted to its baleful influence. il. te -- a I0WEL OOiPUfNTS. tni"r-nti IlZ-I.1- riiiv I p V EP i - e i m fi- - - j I j I , SsrsaDarillisn -- -- well-Know- ..- r Resolvent i.roien-dow- - i ; Dr. Radway's Pilis, j r' j t ) l) " v' P . k &tl e'TL WM ii;;m .f ITvtfF f vvcl .kVlft '"' ;K& JrU n.Bl v " A little arctdent at a frie "Oh. ilon t mention it 1 r.u1 thought to such trifle, I assure j 1 a-- ea-t- h : n 1 t.-ia-'. 1 professional engineer 1 reckon I worth it. Come In and have sonij ..v... nun Hum t'iiii mi trtv tiw ivirL ' j, uivii jviii iiii.j "I vent in and nrocecded to ilevl 'lis I ivns .1 tritic uprvons in Of ilimior iny coming ieponsibility, and I tr I to think of ever tlimz 1 had read applicable to machinery. I knew how to start the thing and 1 knew how to stop it, lint that was about all. After dinner 1 boldly walked up, and when everything was in readiness, turned the little hot wheel. Away she went. One of tho hands, aa old n gro, iemarked to some one who stood near him: ' Pat white man im'erstan's his business, sho's jer bornd, he do.' I was getting along linelv. and 1 saw that the proprietoiwas please. A spring of cold water guhed out of the ground a short distance froi.i the mill. I w ent down to get a drink, just as 1 .looped down an IL1 jar shook tho earth. 31 y gracious: mill's boiler had exploded. The prop tor, who escaped unhurt, rushed at me dangerous furv. 1 tliouirlit that I w cool him off with a pleasant remark, an said to him: " ' Hold on. Cap'n. whs didn't y me tho thing was loaded.' "The pleasant remark w.is a fad I saw that he could not t k i u rushed into a shant). tnougli Winchester rifle and sho at me Tj 1 was in the ne'irhburliooii. think, stcinpcl about sundow ing. I was cl.ul when I but I was a srieat ulit ir.adi away. i IHl iH ,l rF jHc V af . im u ikA a I ii A. JLSFTnft m. Tme? ssisjh 1111 f n-w ills ;oii Wn Sfiulyliia:. i Hero, B.i!kiie. let mo see ou a mo nest. Willi wonderful dexterity tho tiny ment. said the old editor as a bird had contrived to fasten together the oting man entered the room. Tho nung wings of his dead enemy, whose body he j proposed to utilize; the entrauco to the man approached tho desk ami drew himnest w:u where the crow's breast had up m a dramatic shape. self " B.ilkney, jou know that your father and been, and here the family of littlo wrens was reared. Tho neat was observed, J wer lear triends." and when its occupants had flown away es so tho old man used to say." ' nd,"' continued the old cd'tor, "it was Lord Suffolk had it carefully removed and placed in his picture gallery. A. J'. bs vour father's leqitcst that I, upon your Post. trom the university, gave you a position on my paper." Iu London tho stranger's attention its, sir." g is often attracted by I lhfii thought that you wero compesign tent ' boards nailed against tho walls of build" We'l. ain't I?" ings and bearing the "An" Hardly so, Balkiioy. Here you say that cient Lights." They inscription, the signify that r 'seen' the robber as he en- owner of the abutting property is protered the house, fcuch expressions may do hibited from erecting a wall nearer than fin ollego magazines but they are rather a certain distance from tho windows of t v. somewhat too insinuating, for a m wspaper. Again you say that the young tho building on which the sign is placed, lad 'taken a dislike to tho young man. This and real estate is o valuable that the is entirely too high seasoned for tho blood "ancient lights" of Loudon are estiTry to do better than mate! at millions upon millions of dolof our publication. tills Halkney. My son. you know, is study-In-z lars. Down near Lombard court there journalism " is an area only twelve feet square which " didn't know it. sir." '.?150, " Yes, ho is chopping cordwood. There is worth which 000, or more than the building surrounds it. now. run along and split up some kindling." Iriutisato Traveler. Tho National Museum is said to have been a great gainer by the New ii. Orlcrns Exposition, whero" it had a large representation. About ono thousand boxes wero sent as a part of the Government's display, but over two thousand rctruncd tho collections, havA As ing been greatly augmented by gifts from foreign Governments and private -Wiuliinyton Pott. fonrcco. " kind-hearte- In tho picttiro gallery of Charlton Park, Lord Stillblk's place.noar Malmes-bnr- ', England, is a glas case conLiin-m- g tho skin and feathers of a big crow. Tho creature had been caught and nailed to a tree with other vermin, a fate which so many thousands of crows share yearly that there is nothing in this. The extraordinary part of the matter is that in the sholterof his wings, where his body wils before it decayed, a littlo w rcn hail built itself an exceedingly neat little The poet kindles the muse and then the editor kindles tho fire with tho productions. Ilochester Post. As exchange aks: ''What is hostile furniture?" Don't know unless it is armed chairs. EcansvilU Argus. Composed of Jamaica Ginger, Camphor Water and best French Brandy, Dr. Pierce's Extract of Smart-Wee- d is the best remedy for diarrhoea, cholpra morbus, dysontery or bloody-tlu- s, colic or cramps, and to break up colds. Smart-Weed, IIa e treat rd I)ropy anil its comrilcMIons with tin 11101 underfill succeis. use Tezetabie irmedle. entirely tianii'rss all irtuptoms of dropir in elglit toi wentj Java y Urn twt of Cui patieuu pronounced liopclesa plirnli'latu From tlie flrsr done tne yrrpinnu rapidly dlappear. and In ti-- dart al lean in o tliirdi of all tfinpttmis at u :dh. sr. xr. cvxejsiw soxs, Specialists for Eleven Years Past, TREATED FREE. rciiiux-- d d with If a man could do bis bead-wor- k his feet he could put more sole in it. Rochester Express. prevents some doctors from advertising their skill, but we are bound by no such conventional rules, and think that if we make a discovery that is of benefit to our fellows, e ought to spread the fact to the whole lind. Tlieref ore wo cause to be published throughout the laud the fact that Dr. It. V. Pierco's " Golden Medical Discovery" is tho best known remedy for consumption (scrofula of tho Inngs) and kindred diseases. Send two stamps for Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on consumption, with unsurpassed means of Address, World's Dispensary Medical Buffalo, N. Y. Jumho is said to have eaten a bushel of onions daily. This accounts for his wonderful strength. V. Y. Orapluo. -- rrorMIonat 1'tlnuetto heme inavcrT Immbiig without VnowtnffanTllilBH r. 1' dn, n,,t toiitim anriblnz 'a about It for yiijirielf. In realize tbr menu of our ireat-rn-t relleted. tin ten da?i tlie cliff rulty of paUen-CTlatlie oriBftry orgarn made to dltcbarcti . Hie jwrlllns all i,r ihetrluHdiilT.Mec-its ti early gone, tins si renei ti lru reaaed. aad appetli e maili of lose ataml-Inipoixl Ueareconaianily curing tappei a tliat raepatle iT ha c l enunable lullnumber of lime, vert week. GHo and Vuiic mi, lw lofiK attllcled. full lilut ,ry of e areoowels rottre.liata !i i:liii I:iwiadit da., I ilr ! ,1 water Sen,l for free ii iti'aia. r.ueiion, etc by mall f urtiShcil fri-Ti n dot tr Kiillmav iflta nniliUrly crrreil.stampt to pay II ii nler tr u it Hien!-l- n tt-- e r, ..' 1 i e posiajte v nu.tn, .11. 11. iiiii:i;. ii.r,.. .lories ,enue, Atlanta,ii., C3 ret---- m. Phrpf g S.aSD UZtlUU V? M I .&B0; t. queer-lookin- M E UTl ItCHS OF UiPstMre-keojio- 1 tho svstem cured in thirty days. Pamphlet" giving particulars, three iotter Address, World's Dispensary stamps. Medical Association, Buffalo, X "i. A COCKUOACH has three hundred teeth. If you don't believe it, count them your1 stud all oalTiir l'ruilucl. Send for C'alalosilP. AtJHNT.S U.l.Vn:D IS TOWN. We otlcr pcc self. Oil Cdj Derrick. M. EHRET, Jr. & CO. . o. itt it;i:ss, .mM Pi ke'sTootuaciie DKOrs cure in minute. Kc 1G S'nt.lii- Lanilin;:, Cincinnati, O. Gkun'jSHlrAur Soap heals and beautifies. S'C. Lci Ilian Miltmle- -. All) one t:m :tpp!y tt. Itoolili? tincl Mieatliluu t'olt.-.-; Ituolln unci I'liiini f I.It I'iJOOK, )- rm:.vi, m it.iiLi:,sTiticrLV -t w.v- - I'lldi . - G euil.n Corn Kemo veh kills Coras & Uunions. A bakke is generally very well bred, end in social life always takes the cake. 2J.Y. Independent. k a l c vCmmL Ti. . rjr-r- r - Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Plso' 3 Itemedy fur Catarrh. By druggists. oOc. 'i i j w mzrr - D 1 ws yi i a lianiterous Way. pnbishi-r lately received tho half-pathet- ic tgiiable and yet s ,ot the onjy man who tcf nsv ho can do nothing i i A reprobato has been arrested in It woniTl improve a blind man' 3 conPhiladelphia, who advertised to dition if he could take a see voyage. for send fity cents lmok. "A i that every man should read; bett tSlU OJTCCID OIVSAWA7t. UrrctatMa.fii.i n. it you wnnf eelf v a 'n ja er than anything of tho kind FJSqX.. .t ry ir .)me. I O ami Tjirm i.tPci wie at B . bTnellnttonalCo.,2Ses't..N.Y. ever printed; 300 pages and no trash." Ho carried out his agreement to the DTKfS lUAJtU EU!K t OK. letter by sending a copy of tho New Testament, which might have boon purchased olscwhero for the price, Philadelphia Press. TOIL'T KXtLTH TlMLiriKSriT RZ SCT7 11 OKPIS. Tiirfnw1m-trW,w- f SASS BAIiZal l&WSKI ' CAH3 CO-J- - y t 1 , r 1 IBLM... y&Splm ' i ic n ' . ,u . Vewsmen and c trade. I.tujiM'itt" or lt.il Madam I'tidcrsilorf, the f; who lied lately, w.is once Crown I'tmccss of I'rii'sm. wild t lowing oci-urre, h o t-- 'ITioy breakfasted inw and afterward madam sang several of HenileL tho iTiurass faorite con her roj'al hostess playing her arvom' menu. 'Hie l'rinccss proved a isit to t nursery. As madam was hitting on i. floor, with one child ulaytm; with charms on licr .uio'iier ban ing over her shoulder, and the baby in he amis, the door ot0!iel and the trow togt-the- r watcli-eliai- iF" well-know- iu no waj Ct to "a- - a wli- - an soven c n t )o a sinjr'p criitcMl ui it. He Kot a P r oi i for a ppece he wroto iiiir r s urn. mi' ii list tnrnc-c- l Ins Mtvici uiloesiiitlii'i im, hut speck an rite tun-Ve cikUh r i, but ho don t jrit iir tvr n. n iMiirvl? nore siun lor a ' gown ct) n ti live m an' dro9 in. ilr f Is oiuo n to mt inonoy out ot potrv. ii ih' ti nri iiiuruj to ici inix uiiiu uii in if yon 11 nt nn how. I'll let the rami quick, lor lam liiswlfo. Hopln" cr soon, I am jours inatleckshun. "Mas. M. K- , u rit ii-e- s It r u nia i 1 1 r t i ,ti.. nopin it . win is m what no is or a to to WlirU s'l-kl- y Yuifti's Cumpanlun. Humor. tViistt-i- l ii. 1 3h 'III r r "IT I I i I- i i iin.Mijt u--. z "-- . opposite a n Senator at a dinner at Was! -i'lgton. This Senator was very bald, ainl the light shining on tho breadth of fcilp Sam Ward was once seated attracted Want's attention. " Can you tell me," ho asked his neigh- - IcWI ft In the restaurant Wader spd! of water ou the table-clot- h tt 9S , m M Dal-'a- se &r s!i - &-- m r Lika?" s' " head is Hko Salit of t'crclieron Horses. Hon. Georgo B. Loring, Commissioner of Agriculturo of tho United State, having promised to meet with tho Pcrch-croof America, at Chirago, Nov. 15, 188.1, telegraphed as follows: " I regret exceedingly my inability to bo with you. Am heartiiy in sympathy with your position. Physician positively forbids my leaving "the house. Jly disappointment is greater than yours. Tho Perchcrons aro recognized as a distinct breed in France, and are entitled to a Stud Book tliero and in this country as much a thoroughbreds, and as much as any breed of cattlo to a Their introduction has herd book. greatly improved tho farm and draft horses of this country, aud will, undoubtedly, improve tho largo carriage and omnibus hors1. I think tho publication of a Stud Book in both countries will ultimately, in this case as in all others, add greatly to tho ftituro valuo of tho breed." It is gratifying to know similar sentiments riio entertained by somo of tiio prominent importers, notably among them, Mr. M. W. Dunham, of Wayne, MinoU, who, buying noue but pedigreed stock, has done moro toward tho introduction of tho finest types of tho breed than, wo might almost say, all other men, having imported nearly 2,000 iuce 1872. n IIorsc-Brecde- rs PERCHERON HORSES. the Commissioner of Agriculture rftrjl'tt SlaUr a i lac'-- BRlSAliPpaOfaW f()n( Ui i' Pitt d . v: iwmvsmM ' r Iat ,ii. UVadaci,. DiiKiUMr. It Tr.tats t.. birel-- , AM INVALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. T u i Tir'timrtniaUi ln Tit- .M rit. XY iUl IoriT3 RZV I'TAlION n -- i a,(fiTt K f r (rtTipUiDls and 1n bj a rptl PrtQiit(t of tlHl ITPT, 45 Dyip- - ntio, e.. TteK r.sif3a jJV R. U, AWARE Lorillards Clmss Plug THT liearlnp a rrit tin fny ; that Lorlll.inr . thtt Ixirtllani a a !"nuU, are 1 uaallty ril tbe best Hoar l.enf flnpcr-- t Nn.y I llppinca and tb-- t oil jXll1, Iiiclies,vltliorer 3,500 lllutratlu:w a xwsr3y TltoIe I'lcttiic "Wliolrmle Price tlirrrt to foiituriier., on nil ;oocis -for perxonal or family use. Tell lio- to onler, and sles exact cost of ery-tliln- g you use, cat, drinU, wear, or Iiavr fun with. Thre IXVALUAHLB HOOKS cmttnlit informntlon pleaneil-fronthe markets of the world. "Ve will mall a copy- FItKK ttt any address upon rerrlpt of 10 eta. to tlefrajr expense of nialllnr;. Let us hear from yon. Itespcctful.y, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO". R Gallrrj--GIVES Tlie BUYERS' OUIDE la lssnrtl Sept. ami 7Iarcli, - !i5G pages, encliytar. I!- t f JaVAJ yncw Corrugated ReHertinj 227 Oc 22!I Wnuanh Avenue, Chicago, III. y W rtri-ular- s mzl Given more licfc' (. uan ce fo-- SRFcTY in )Ui LAMP Try ramii7.tl;in3onlla1 t 11' seat free. FciBsit'I it MiMAKis.Clncinnat!.1tr "11' 1I11.EU - Kfe&&E&ffl&i28SEEKSI IX PHYSItlAXS. LOST FAITH There are lnnnraerable initancea bere curea have becbefferieoby.Scovlira.sicraaiiurlllR.orHlood rnp. fur all diseases of th blcxxl It nnil I.lver l one of tbe best remedies e- -r offered to tbe public asaspe. iCcforeertatndl' ae.t t ci wonder thai tt could be trote effect aaltf an Das'i y written and prrsrrl' ens Take .NC OV ILL'S U LOU II and 1.1 VK SY It I' 1 for a. I disorders t arising trom pure blood. It is Indorsed by ail prof ejejo nin. SFTS. lead-tnf- care-lesri- y l3ESi Please Remember Thero Is Hot a Particle of Shoddy Used in Our If i am a native of England, and vrhne I tras In that country I contracted a terrible blood poison, and for two years teas under trratment as an patient l. at Nottingham England, bat wa not ccred-- I sttSered the most agonizing pains in ray bones, and was covered with sons all over my body andfemb. Finally 1 completely lost all hope In that conntrf. and sailed for America, and wa treated at Roosevelt In this city, aa well as tiy a prominent physician la NeT Yort having noconnectkm wlth the Iiopltals. IeawtheadrertNement of Swiff Speclllc; and I 1 took six bottles and I determlnedtoiclreitatrt.-tl- . can say with great Joy that they e cured me eny. I am as sound aud well aa I ever was In my tire l'f"- L. FKED IIALFOUO. New Toric City. June lilSsi Treatise on Illood and skin Diseases mailed free. Tnr Swift Srrrtrro Co Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga. oat-do- J. l,lilV 23d street Factories. U'iis PEARLK iiUlj MAKtii onanrSEWisn IIachine or l)j band. A wonder-fa- l Intention. It aELLSATMorrr. AUVI AnycanmakehandaonisRUOS Infonr mn. s knwi boura out of raa,7arn or aaycloth bynaintf 'whv the Senators I'lirh. l'riiici walked into the midst of t The I'rlncess arose and Intro:. news-papa- visitor. Madam looked up, and. ready tact and wit. said- "Your loyal High tie- -. I inttiJ regard court etiipiette or h babv.' The l'rinee bowed court with a smile: "Po wlnt j'ou like w I'm sure I don t know. ' L- ltnx,tic O n irrnnt vlihi lu.ir liti''i " t'j.e neighbor was immensely tickled, lie hailed the Senator across the table: Sav, Senator. Ward's just got off a smart Hung about j on." script. "How no you Hko tbe haihJ" asked the boarding mistress. "It is very fine," was Fork's ambiguous reply. Boston TranYoiinu Men, ltcnil Tills. yon want CALF IIOOT. a HEAVY KIP a VKAL s'ALF boor, iKKrt.a VKALKIPooci a 1 It A IX boot or Men sana Ladies SI. es 'bat yea can rely upon as uelns honest ami sni u aS Tour dealer for !hoe made by ii. t:r..Mii:i!M)X .tj CO., eillt'AGU, and do nottaWeany others If thee R(KhJ are net kepi tn rotir (, ace. rite as andwe win see that they are Wc ulau n re o!e jro- I mm flues Send for New Free I J sU. Easy,8lmplo fascinntlnsa stamp ra nooai. ciuap. frames ar patteraa. C nt Kj r that is itr foyou know why your head aise The VoLrAic Belt Co., of Mnrshall, Mich., offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltai- c Belt and other Electhic ArpLiASCcn the FA Srletora unit raontirileliirera of NI'IIOOL KXi:itHUX UUIl UUI'mG Hliorji for IIOYm and Cilltl.S. PriceanlvSL maucemenis. Arrlrforterritorr. Nawplan. No money reqnlred. JIlO. C. HOITTtCO.. iUSnal.84tlllCita. -- Wanttd AGENTS Great C, H. HENDERSON & CO,, is like on trinl foroO days, to men (young or old) afflicted with nervous debility. los of vital- gaid the baby." Prison I Jin ke? tSvUl -- -- Kstliiuiti Warden? I'HL' -x. a great place tor wmie irushiiiyrou Crttle. :r Fa-orite as Stmly. ity and nil kindred troubles. Also many other diseases. Complete rostorntion to health, vigor.nnd manhood guaranteed. 2'o risk incurred, as 'M days' trial is allowed. Wrlto thematonce for'illuatrated pamphlet, free. tyWrtteforasetof CEICia.GO. our fancy gti-Y'-& School Cards. crejSimijjSS3MSS when applied Into the nostrils. lir tw aosorh-eal J Ho Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. . s.ss-M- f ' ueieuratea nnil lllIIIII.K Comblnetl, can not he slipped by any horse. Sample Ila.terlfiaaypartof the U.S. tree, on receipt ot oil. bomoyan Saddlery, Hardware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to ihel Trade. Cr"Send for iTIceLlstJ i:k C iiai,t- L:eiiruoi-sE,KoeLe- r,l. ? Ets:,Kskt P!y' Reruedy for Catarrh Is tb to Uee.and Cheapest. pleas-ure-seeker- y No, sir. sfitow io sou iiiiu mo f j"l about it; are they iu tha escaped convict'.'" "No, sir: they condemn him and say it wasn't richt for him ti vantage of you m that was'. "l'sc been thinking of that niy& must liave been pretty small to get s, that hole." EfAtteiidant always loveil the st'ily 'at when 1 went to college I learn just all I could. I declare, you are a hoy seldoni you find a young lady "iny taste for the dead languages. take the full courso? yes. all the languages." jl which did you like the best?" Arabic by far." I ;1Tld-isu- s. d. Tin: ;i.viiiti:r.s. Cl.NClNN Choice lliitcliers Common Good puckers pfli:i:r-Go- o(i to cho ce KLOLU Finn ii HOGfc LI Vn iti. October STOCK-rnltle-Coini- Glt.VIN lifiit-I.onjrbe- torn No. 2 muted Oats No. 2 in'xvd II) c No. 2 IIAV-Tnnotli- yNo. No. 2 led icd 27, l?8j. 50 2 .. 4 (O 3 50 2W (ft 3 3T, 3 40 is 3 GO 2 75 3 SI 4 25 tft 4 0 Ui DS 01 tects tno iiiemurane from f resti colds, com tepletely beala the sores ana restores tne senses of taste and. sinelL KOTaUQUIDor SHUFF. lays to&amuiatlon, pro thy tiro, cffectirally cleaas-Jb- b the head of catarrh- irctlort. It causing heal- al- rHAVFEVEHfta WLy m? y J W&a y&em Also good for Cold In the Head, SO cents. Headache, Hay Feyer, tc & 12 50 4 1 TOIIACCO-Conitn- on TUl-BU- Good Medium: PltOVISIONS-I'o- Luirs Mt-3- io i, bath-tub- m nml Small-I'oI'iukerton (to one of his men) here is a cao in Montreal that" worked up. Harris All right, sir. tr riukerton But there is small-po- x and I am afraid that you will catch it. Harris (drawing himself up proudlyf You torgct, sir. that I am a aeicctiv Doll-dive W vyi. L 'iwm-w- I'ninc per t.arre) rOTATOKS AI'l'LBS No JjL'TTl'.lt Kane) Dairy Ohio Creamery NIJW VOItK. Lard I'r me etcuiii rk 00 t' 25 , cto a !3 $14 H fi.- 18 2!) 125 1 dc 3 K5 & 20. 30 00 9 W 00 0 37J A few applications re-lleve. .4 tAoroaoA treat- fax.! rum mu cure, a aS'.e to use. rrlce OifiCf--mEcents by mail or at druggists. Send for circular. ELT BitOTIIERS. Drnffglsts, Owego, N. T. Wfest ragrB' Zft tho r5jiB--i-- 3 m 0 relieT- U LU I CilCcommissions: ij cr, eo;l"enaionanu increase; experienceand j laws. success or no fee. Wrttoforclrcnlara niERQNEWLA'WS-.orneerVpayfroi- Ieartr A. W. McCOKMICK & SOS. Cincinnati. Ohio. saU LBCfl ' Dec. Btanaard ad nr aaalk Cscemes. t.ivtr.itt idSit. vance. Canvuimz outfit yiKK! Particulara ar-- As actire Man or Woman Id ever 'eocnrr to tell oar roods. Salarr silver-wara Rmilflflll UUUUIIIUI address to I Co. Boateo. Turkish Rnbmra. RED on Cotton Sample free tn every person sending T. 1V1IITE. Eaton Itaplds, Mich. These Discs 35 173 1 60 mM nv: r w "m li3t-Xorristo- Philadelphia Chronicle. yellow-jacket- ui s Her Taking Way. We have heard of lady reporters being invited to swell dinners and lunches to report them; but something still more unique A young lady of Buffalo, is announced. who Is very successful as an amateur Is frequently asked to take her camera when she is asked out to lunch just to commemorate tho occasion. She's a sery taking girl. jLctfllscoii Journal. Theatrical Note. "I see a woman hai started out with a stick to walk all tho way to California. That's something new, isn't it'" "Xo, that happens all tho time." "1 never heard of another case." "What! Did you never hear of an traveling over tho country with half a down sticks. And soino of them runko money at it, too." Ttxas Sifting. ac-tro- js ir m' sandy-haire- HV m imui7$w i I "fT'TfllJlaTirJ'-tZ'i'- fC- -' Pf?? JMW'' im Description. LAItD Wcstoni eteinii FLOUK-Stalc 3 W TlfiVll Slntc hihI U'etern ..?3 40 2C!iicago & GltAIN Wliout-4 No.2rml ils Plii 51 ii 63 Corn No. 2 m x ed 2ti if, :tl Outs iiixod 10 U 9(0 rOUK Mcs uMA Ui'aJ roil represeat rgvjsssssssa 3" OPIUM UfaUE UtJin&a fopposita' viSZJm & C 20 CHICAGO. A Good and Western. GltAIN Wheui No. 2 red .f 1 50 5 Texas Justice of tho Peace was inves- tTating a murder case. The principal wit ness was Fncle Mose. "What sort of a looking man was it who first pulled a gun?" ugly, "He was a little, d cuss jerf about anuddcr sich bow-legge- d, rOUK Jless UIlD-SteHin No.2Cli.cnioSir.iiir Corn No. 2 Onts No.2... ,...' Uje ". HUfc ' Si H 6 fot Coughs, C,ltl3 and Soro Throats, art Alleviator of Consumption, and of great benefit in most cases of Dyspepsia. 0) (IEWABE0FIMITATI2HJ.) Sit; The? are tho wait of over forty veara crpcrlenee litEDIzS. K'S in compounding COUGH Jtitatl prlee IS eeata per q jrter ponnd. 41i SALE UV " aisicum Cough 15rops sides of B. H. DOUCLASR ft. SON.'?' sflr Dusinesa Forms, renrnanshlp. Arlihmetic. Shorthand, e ,hnroiish y ranghtbv matL rircularslree. JIl. MAEN3 I'OLLKOK, UuITmI.i, .TT. Book-keeping- -, ItKalKIlV STUDY. MORCTIIA'S IIAniTS qnlckly and painlessly cured at home. Frra Trial (uraetoxll. IICMJaNC CO., Ind. Treated and eurrd without the, knife Ronton treatment ent free. Ad3ei UlNiMJ.M.D- - Aurora. KaneCcUL bert MOXTII. Agents Wanted, SOKnIsc Hr artlrtrslnilieworM.l sample FRL. Address JAY llUOSbON.DKTEOiT. MIC neCmnn I fiPl I rH UililUUil Cia-t'-irfr-'M T turnlihed. "Write Vat xtik Laos, good par. Situation! JanesrlUe, Whfc S25 51 BO 8; 3 2T.U 01 J ALX. DlVLERS. A.K.K E. 1j4 0 1MLT1MOKK. FIXJDH-FHin.lr GltAIN Wheit-N- o. Corn jnurel Oats-mi- xed 2 . .IO 5 00 PI 31 , 10 00 754 I'r ornery Tcr,u3 " SifUny. rolitcly Declined. lookin' man as you be, boss." IKOVISIOX.S CATTLE HOGS pfLard ltotlncd 1'oric Moss .... 29 50H First quality ....,..... " 3 50 4 ft) 4 60 5 50 PI 41 25 4 Mfen Think Many a Ldy is beautiful, all but her skin; 1MS11 litable tal glAlosee you. tLSIMk Thanks old man, but I'm Friend Smith, coma up and dinner with tne. My wife will bo ex- - nKii iNOIANAl'OLIi. $ Wheat No. 2 red Corn mixed mixed Oats LOUISVILLE. theyJ:now all about Mustang Liniment Few do. Not to know ia ariH iuvitation from Kobinson this dined at liN Iiouso not long ,vns the liinjst dinner 1 ate. er GltAIN Wheat No. 2 red Corn railed.. Oats mixed 'POHK moss Flour ANo, 1 54 15 W C a5 VI 45 not to have. ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. &. LAHDlteatu. ....... .,,.,.,,,.. ft 27H 0 00 &H $ wa - a .' a , 'n iJL 2&- - r.mmwrL "WKC3ifc 'rs?! isi( " ' wjMwm, J h t E PfegiSS u ?11 ' i3HB&-S- f 1. Bay tho runner's produce, vU Yap can buy a nice Kid Slioc al Plan fe. !&3ifayfcsiifeAM no matter what kind or what quanFresh country Lard, at ii ior;i.uu per pair. tity.. Interest will compel tho Rogers'. farmer to sustain the- market that MEW jSicc Sausage, at sustains him. Refuse it, and the Ctixpets, Oil Cloths and Rugs, very same interest will force- tho farmer g ru"p jui applo tree tho other a choice lot of; "cap, nc elsewhere. i?!ir Ladies Soal-- f ur Caps, at 2. Givo trade for trade, which ' when alone: came iiUUrixUNAiN'tt. IL Buchanan's. r,,t.,.. lor Ji ., nomc ihr i.iiondi:int lmv fnttn- ii -...t ...tAirun . A , c VntM.mirwpsa .. ion enn bnv n n; ...-k-m I t.:.i rn . , . . .. ..:.. mm !. met ,..! Ji'v' n- ?rL- -i : & aW Lyo Hominy, at uiu mccuiiuic liir i" uitw linn ii a m " - vu nia. .v vs &viwt ni n. "" :.b. tor o; anu nue tfr tviir. uivtv - -I'lnut',. Rocnns' troin the home uiercnant,' ilPcrver j might have reasoned ehanic n nmifflRti . . . . and each Irom the home tanner,!.,,. he wis out gunning for quail Fresh Canned Goods, at b estiU C2H WWe w3 ea Tovp youll nnd see our superb .took of Fancy Dry Goods and Qec2j3ass3 and the farmer Irom tue home mer-- , 'riiere was, nothing of the careless Hoc c as'. OVeltKM, OUWhlOh WO Will gUarautCC.tO 3UV0 VOU Sum it up'olii;crrcr about Farmer Truman, Shoes o.vrr nnt nnn Tl 7. "! "V chants and mechanics. .. r E.OST An old fashioned Safe kev all round and the one who violates 10ever. Ho didn't tumble from Parentis will rln wll in Avnn;n J Tlie finder will be rewarded by bringing it this rule hsee money, because the::ll0re0 right away, kut ho did 7, them. Have your children wear to nte at Landrum's office & others rtinliate m kind. Iho world tumblo to termor Joslyn'e errand, C. L. HANDLE. This large and commotliotis building is jam full of new goods, and aeis too seinsn to let any man prac- and he halted in his picking and them and your shoe bills will be SB greatly reduced. They can be alone. called out: tice this kind of selfishness niiuiucujjtii iu ut uaauiiiiicnianu nest selected stocK evqr f The New Orleans Exposition Merchants, mechanics, tanners, found only at IT. Buchauan's. ver in the history of Hickman, have goods brought to this market, ''After mo, eh', opens Nov. 10, and continues un- don't deceive yourselves on this Don't buy any others until you have , S been offered at such low tJIOl' 'U IAIAJ JlA i C3f til March 31, 1SSC. rm point auy longer. "Well, IJwas sort o' oxpcctinp- - seen the Blue Ribbon Shoes. i A o. "Cscraicn my uacu auu Throe- prisoners escapod from von, but not quite bo early. Jg 5F X ia PLlNNEL tue Tiptonvme jsu, auesuay. s-- a scratch yours." Speak fiivoiiibly , hjg lnc jiune old feud tho ono at Plaut perselling ALL WOOLwide Domes10c yard. Full yard of your neighbor's business andiRtirUfi: Qvet' ji lino fence fortv tic, (heavy) at 5o per yard. reward for each. , encourage him, givo mm oisht yearl ago?,' es Dress Goods, Flannels and Suitings, with appro-- many bargains too numqfous to mention. But come with your figures, Onr lion. II. A. Tyler left for New efforts,and hopo will give him AppJfi Tlucur- the hope, tio same old thing that country boat for making Just from aalo priate ;st "i'cs, match, should be seen to bo appreciated. We have and we'll discount theniAXo humbug we have the goods, and mean pickle, for York city, AVodnesday, to bo and energy will bring suc- has cansqd tho deaths of three at what we say. We solicifj-ou- r CowaiiA'a DnuuSroBB. inspection of our Clothing, which is'.thc .. for the winter. n these goods our fire 6ept'J5-3- t cess, and his success will benefit Trunians jiul four Joslyns." most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoat from 2 to 20; size A Swede named Sundstrora, vou and tho whole co:n:myvy. "O. 1 uidn't know but so in e- from a 1 year old Boy, to the largest man; Children's Clothing, all sizes living at Stillwater, Minn., is de- Vhcn you read this, don't lie "by thing now bad come tin fciy- - nayCYPRESS SHINGLES. and prices; Men's anu uoy'g Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to $25, the clared bj' local physicians to bo saying'this has always been your bur, I'll bojdown in just a niinit." All heart Cypres V Shingle, in handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Miss-os-, and Children's afflicted with leprosy. practice, for the man who hears 'I knoJ yen will, and vou'll every kept constantly on hand, w Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of point" out probably iomo head fust? I've and for sale at lowest pricesMrs. Harrison Babcock, who you say it, may be, can Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the celebeated Douglas Shoe, sold for contrary in your come over this morning to shoot eeptll 11. BUCHANAX. Miert in the bottom below Hickman, instances to the 3, every pair guaranteed; you can't beat them for C. The Bed another Truman, and kiudsreven Pan buried m the City ccmctorv acts. Vton Flannels, and yard wide Bleached and School House Shoe for children, from No. 4 to No. So orcan't be beat; The Ocnlshaw & Plant and V. I UoocL. Tho observance of these jup numbers." 2; ou Wednesday. lan Shoes for Men, can d; Best Foather Tickiug at 15c; All Wool every pair warranted. Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. rules will not mako all towns, cit'l5ut l aiirt armed. My shotgun l'laut All told under a be found only ate guarantee. r Mr. Russell E. Gardner, son ies, but will make any town, pros- t in tho honse." We are prepared to, and will give you is of William II. Gardner, was mar- perous. JESJ-SbUL'That's all tho bettor for me, -t H. BUCHANAN, ried, on Wednesday of last week, 5. Narrow mindedness in trade naybur." Miss Annie Cathey, of Union is contagions; you practice it toto "But you'll givo mo a few minu- Has on display a magnificent line ? City. day, and to morrow your neighbor tes in which to say my prayers?" of black Silks, embracing the folMi y eowmenced Who Made the Low Judge Campbell, the present retaliates, because vou "U, as to that, 1 don't mind lowing line Radzmcrnoir, Ottoincumbent, and Judge Handle will it. On the other side, public spir- j owing you three or four minits. man, Reps and Plain. These goods though I'm in a hurrv to crit back are the best Silks ever brought to xoxbe the contesting candidates for it is infections, and wisely;diree:cdi t Judge in the First district. benefits each individual ni neneui-tingth- o homo and go to cutting corn. Go tho Hickman market, and will be ihan Circuit .in the place. Courier-Journal- . whole commnnity. . It is ahead, naybur." sold at prices that defy competibtwear in heavy and fine goods, is complete. We are Out a simple problem, contained i Taylor, County Court tho threo words, ''help for help. in Farmer Truman settled himself tion. W. P. ng from the finest French ICid for Ladies, to tho Heavshowr a crotch and seemed to be pray Clerk, is confined to his room, by en's wear. Don't do yourself the injustice to overlook 3?S3rJ a ing, wnue farmer Josivn l:oiit mi The most 'beautiful patterns in AU Wool iest fi E3 , . . afilictions from bis crippled leg, Cane. i Cloed RcsuKh in llxwy ..,;,wi Ingrain two and three Jly Carpet, at this lit from which he suffers consideraD. A. Bradford, wholesale paper da'er t0 q. tj,e concluding "amen,"' Plaut'n. Carpeting from ICj cents up. f"e,n,'K a?d 'h?. p"Vhc generally, that we have just received bly, periodicallj'. cheapest ever offered iu Hickman. of iurniture, and solicit the trade of parties wipof ChatunaTenn writes. th he was Ho aR h lh 1 an imaenso stock of i fcTioutly afflicted wjtb a ierere co". tnai ing lo buy. We can show all stylea of rurmturom plain and fan. AKo ,, r, , , i; Mrs. Oscar Turner and her set.led nn h!P Junps: had ned many reme holo as large as IllB arm j. The rush has fairly commenced of charming daughter, Miss Lillie, d:e without benefit. Being induced tory was bored throngh him from back Buchanan's. The ladies are in have been in the city sinco Sun- - Dr. King's New DUroTery for Oanauraptiw,1 to front, and a boy of fourteen at ccstaeics over the magnificent line List iT-'&- i f ?.'?-- V, dav, enroute to their home from' did so and wa entirely oared by use of a came running nn and called out: i.t.jr--j- B L ' of Dress Goods and Trimmings .fawbottiea. feww wfcieh time be Louisville Thev aro at present i i "Pod! are von thereP . r. .11 Ina.ti- - I1IKI l.nillT. exhibited at this popular houe- H Bovs' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styles, C&mp- 4'outh's and Tn tho guests of Mrs. Judge ..,iC,-We propore to make our prices to Puit the spirit of with bet reuts. This is the experience , . . Ve have everything your heart could desire. you need never leave !our house to look for cheaper tbo timw. Yon can rc?t asmred x saw bell. fPaducuh Standard. in low prices. e 7"' mo ouige on yon, they all say that the goods excel and lea nan of thousands whos? live- have beeHsareJj goods. We nropeso to sell as lov as Hickman inelegance Discovery, lnal Jies are invited to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock is any retail rurmture store in the "Purchase. The Covington Commonwealth by this Wonderlul Landrasi'a dreg stftra. and i got tno gun and dropped aUotheisin Thfi free at Moore Very respectfully, and cheapness. Don't buy until new, aiu we are showing all the latest novelties, in short and long GarIiimr aays the friends of the Stato Geo"Right, my boy, That's what I you have seen them. ments. logist, Proctor, are confident he T. F. WILBUEN & CO. Minister Buck has written a will satisfactorily account for letter in which he gives the He to was praying for." It his ever been our intention to undersell, and if you will only try us, CS.ore rooma in new Odd Fellows building. flow every dollar appropriated by Ken- all statements that he borrowed j ,ua;e?? many Joslyns does this we will convince you that we are doing it. All kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a worknianehip htylc. Also Extucky for the New Orleans Oyatersi by the we are prepared to give ej)etial inducements as THE freshest at... m or tried to borrow uiouey ior HFj V(J We,vc onv Uo mOT& t() can, or Rtrwd at any hour, and in any position. he ever asked ,.ni off lo wenil out ,ie ol r tnp to Peru-t- hat war dcnirfi,alwa- - to be had during the AGENTS FOB THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. Mr. W. J. Puckett. of Ballard ior a pass on anj' sirRmer, or. nmt .. w.. i.v v. .. ..- - prent se.ton, at the 'Voll , .I'll trtll ftllll lf tllA uou-sn- l Solicited, county, has been appointed timber oe Has ever seen tue ungasrt to go over and see if the family The patronas" of ladir their polite and atat Panama to know him. It is want the body. Good-by- , agent of the General Land Office. pa, I ppeoial! arrangement for tention. story about him! shal, be lat0 to sclloo The Purchase will now boln to evident that the LACLEDE HOUSE. septll "Good-by- , breathe easier, theoincials having was maliciously toiu, anu was ut my sou. Always discovered that there is a South- terly without foundation. strive to bo a good boy if yon ETrl!:iBiRjc, the Watch maker, in western portion of Kentucky. now located in Moore & Landrum'n druc want success in lift." II SI it I An Uttil te Cono StrnpiBp. store. Hi skill and reliability has been V: Ml rn Judge Gsace, who made the Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisue.cjr, W., located mm i2v aoxsy Ri iac?zac proTcn, and be isgood bis here permanently race for Congress iirtlii District mTe: -- Havioc received o Much benefit ft&eep promises. to always make two yearo ago, is being favorably from Electric Bitters. I feel it my duty to; "Whenever a merchant, or auy Known, The display of Hosiery, Gloves, one else interested in the prospon recommended for Supreme Judge, t nBenng Humanity ray , . icg isr uipa. , He.th,i a ranin5 s?re on r luB ft.n Knn(ls innncv iwnv Neck-Wea- r. Handkerchiefs, Ladie of one o f tl:e territories. year; ay doctors told me I would' hac to i .amis a good chaucc to get au i .. . the bone . api or teg amputated. I j for things that can be easily had-- Underwear, Wraps, &c, at the po- h.re eilKJtt!e.i i uieo, iuucva, in ointment. ..! boxen f Electric Bit- at home, hehissets a dangerous and ular house of II. Buchanan, fellow-citizen- s Amict :irt!j! iers and to VTlBlttlSr X "fn in variety and eiei Jio larger part of the nrohi- - bsnltfl ftn.l frlV lnv nMv s.nnil anA wflH.1 -" " . . ": o """-- " kt .: roiis the eotnuiuuity ot tnat much t and the prices are ridiculousl te Ui jmo. vumntij iw Electric Kitten ir 1I nt,60v coatft is neciauvm,, caie irom iHute. ana sucS'e.a.g .irrnca shltc at jc. capital. The right way to ot!o jj! j Don't fail to see this clegaj .d.V WHAT I BAY AA'D SA1' WHAT 1 HEAS. to eaeourage uonie toiks rDeinoeraU. It is Si(i tuatTter basby Mftre& Lain llhlllMh kinds and keep your money here before buying. e F.iJlv dro-.several thousand iKS.Y Srt3XTDF STTSCT KESIIIBY ZS Wc are now prepared to offer the citizens of Ilickman and surroundA coiiiJESPOSDBNT assures m as a circulating medium. Kncour- - E:urlInen3J the Watcb-mtcmnerauce iiemoeniTs irom mm ..ing country atfd towns flic largest and best Cat-- j age home mechanics, home trade-sestablished a reputation as a skillft that th big, fancy ranches in by his ultra second . lo no one in. his line, a ...., . , ...w ... bm.u n. " speeches. "" Tliey" bring no profit to factory, mill,. sm.th-ehop- .... millmery man !! l.i n'.l rj"'('t,'!'' lrngKlts ttnd.iJcnerftl there. IfcaWiiT Wi.t ie small-po- x in Montreal is their owuers, who can only alford store, etc., gives the tanner more Landromt,,. The & 5Z1WHAT THE REMEDY WILL DO. .? appalling iu its futility. Tuo to been tliem u beeauso wrey moutns to iecu anu ine mercuaut &? .Si. It tii'l pot yoar loc In fln ronJitiua. ever placed on our counters. "Vc have taken great pains in selecting deaths from thf.t disease alono have crown rich iu Rome osber more backs to clothe. For sjtiv. It ill imrrix' iKtitr. Hi- - p mm tr nn It will systom. , f s our goods, and as they were all bought before" the recent advance, wo f ' r. reach three hundred weekly. w&y. Onco in a whil a good crop ; portab'o SW MILL, 'it A good t!,nt It ,. ihc ..nlj a bog when attt potronsJ. W--j&9ySf'jr can give extraordinary low bargains. Wc especially invite the ladies to It will ; 'Ucouph Business is completely prostrated, and good pricea combined giia a 52Ai8Y 55?.kbi4E t3eaS-S-. power, and in good condition. Aluo, F )U It jout . Jjjjfmtt t!i l.iii l. It &W Ti MULE an J Log U'aoo ; and 7 Yoke ot enterprise ia paralyzed and t&e tiir return-hu- t see our stock of I will nrrest iliornip In every lntnnc. in the lontT rail If YUhLL. LAtthU.At the ALJf ace , complete, tor City IS glVCU .OVQr to UlSp&tr autl!jg wasteful and thO revcrao of dance of the bride's parent, in Hictman Oxen. Wnzonft, Chains .jltn'"- pfttinc It (wli'ttifr i!i.rael or not) will gain more than i!uut.U' tl,rKiuiiiI Jcf iork,wlillo otbrr. aru gaiulag one. on WetJoriMlav moraine. Uie ibta mm further luformauon, apply to or a.Mre, CLOAKS, funerals vnunit uitu ll ti.. 11,1... .....jw.1 jconomical farming. E T. SMITH. j by Re. C. L. Pindar, Mr. laid Yokely, Jnre of Xmltatlons clnlmliiK to lie the antio n.s llnan' IlruieJIe, uoclucd la JERSEYS, Ky. angH-12- t Moow, to alias Mary Senator Beck will have plenty of umtol, liart icnoc-'neeMl.. .tS of unii coUt, iii', auJ 'lm- ti u. ufni) ut'll kuouq '.ctuwlte. ES. JONES' Millinery Bazaar tajair- - r f f M w. iirr.n DEESS GOODS, ..kip of rivals for his seat when his ly aglow with bright and beaulifai nickman c'or Eloal. WHAT THE REMEDY HAS DONE. TRIMMINGS, term expires. Kentucky is full of Isoveltiep, too pamerou to mention, iarge room ou Clinton Tho Iw ui4 LACES, EMBROIDERIES, and the Into novelties in IIAnIbai, 3fo., Jnn W, IsSI. statesmen. Hub is true, nut Keek's lot, arriviHg almost daily by exprc A , ATTpDAKT8.Mr. Mr. C. AIesdr and Btreet, splcnded store by Alexander k lately occupied Hog Cholera. 1 lost con rocomtncnJ It m mrn ouro to all I bnMl NECK WEAK. great ability, long experience, uttd conltal invitation ia extended aoct. to MianoieO. Warren, Hunter Davis for rent, right haaJrl Or. Ji. Iltan' nnR of h.'t lust BprinKtmt nf boril of orir tUrw hun.ltr I head. I lieii Maxwell, dry goo.l inirrh.tnt, illlrm"'i,"ilh diimi. t the cate or twour thee a hat, nuj frnm the first lay large A, vluk- rui wr.ae great reputation, will be very apt come and examine her in tlte way of' The happy onple "ere oni(el in the on reasonable terms. Apply to fic.JIK ttallrmf-iI II VVIi NOT LOST A 1100, in fict, thry hare imprurcJ rfxlit nluusr, ntuf of torfitgtt IU' Car-- , special line of Kovelties All goods as represented. Call and see them. E. T. GABDSBB. to secure his FI1ANK LE. t hiu aly t & SZlJi, anJ nm cure it baa caved me from SSIO to Sl,). Hate ami Bonnets, ready for the coming' beautiful aud imprewivc Episcopal mar lisle is the ouly man in the State, weej. Li:iCES, Hfle., 61. "n and 82.C0 per box, according M lue, 25 Il. cms. e51!.30 riage ceremony, only a few close friend j Bnrlingarae, is ioca-- tl JUS. HiVAS, V. ti., ludiauapolU, Ind. Tl:e being pre?tut, and immediately after tbo s. wliobe reputation and ability, .o, perraanontly in Hickman; aud if he For aalo by J. W. GOWQLLL, Uickman, Ky. ; service, amid a shower ol congratulations cope with him ou TUB NCW York Sun eajS: "It promises to homo to watch, Hjnt23-l- t : : ..nto i,n t.rncrrnca! and kUaes from loving bear loo k me fires your reliabilityis ofalways at equal grounds. his work. provctho fu- ...tCiMUS "M,irr...J" i s..n:i train for Bristol, Eart Tennessee, .heir ' turchome. ti.. u:,i :ta n nwt, otrw- i.tfiu a lie Linuu Ifnxt Tuesday, elections occur i biuuu-pChloride of All this country.' Opinions timer as pijj, yoang Iady, the idol of doting I.imP, kinda of UuinfestaatCarbolic Acid, iu Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, Sulphate interesting) parents, ami much loved by all her young Chloride of Soda- - of Iron, at Srhat constitutes Mis- to For a!e Maryland, Massachusetts,. matter. Wc would prcter not to associates, and the earnest wiatiea anu prayCOWUILL'S Drug Store. sissippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, ers of all go with her to her distant East Tennessee home, for all the choioest blessPennsylvania. New York, and Vir- take notes of such j)vogres. DBALBP. Lsicij i syi isjsi i linrVl forcet that Salmon's & Haaa ginia. The New York election COTJTKOLI.EK Dusuam, says the ings of life bope, love, happiness", pros-a Hog Cholera remfdiea are guaranteed to will be cousidred as an indorse- Danville Advocate, has written a perity. The bridegroom, wo learn, is fine business Flop the Cholera among boga and keep isbix5s ment or condemnation of Cleve- letter to say that he is satisfied youag man of good family, promise, well them from taking it, or monoy refunde-1reputation, and splendid land's administration and to this with his present offieo and feels worthy the choice companion he has won. by J. W. CO WGILL, DrngvM. extent is the most important. 'E BIG CLAIMS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," no interest in tho Kentucky Gov- Gddble6 them. T1IOSIAS WITTING. Ih this city, on AND t a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the UntrlileK'M Arnlcn Salve. A McOia.ckcn county farmer ernorship. PATENT Wednesday mornirc, I'io 28th, inn. by the proof is a more diificult matter. None of my would-b- e roosting the world for Cuta, c set a stecltrap near the The Best Salve in Judge It. S. Marrelf. at the residence of Ulcora, Vlare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the place of his fowls one night last Db. Whahtosj, tho Attorney the bride a parents. Mr. Samuel Y. Thomas Bruises. Sores.Chapped Silt llhcum. Fever r Hand?, ChilblainnJ 'ot this evening, some other evening," is what they say when MEDIC week, and in the morning it was General of the Stato Department, to Miss Clara V. Witting, both of Hick-m- Sores, Tetter. Corns, and all ktn hrupttons, anu poei INiES! gone. Three nights later another is said to havo lost the use of his Veany solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" pay required. It Tho bride and bridegroom are favorites tivelr cures Piles, or no away, voice by trying to make Secretary farmer, living several miles 3 is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction-- , SEWING MACHINES with and showers hcarii a ttisturuance in uis uaiu-yar- Bayard, who is very deaf, near .mm. bieiin Hickman people, them iu their ofd or money refunded. I'rice 25 centa pftfc go by "blowing," but it is not my way. gs are wishal for . ..13 A.2sr:D and, on investigation, dislife. Wbcreeach one is so deserving box. For Sale at MUOKK K LAXUKUM A.KTX)i covered a larcc red fox with the Boscoe Cockling denieshe the realization of a happy future seems Of has beed interviewed by the s aiwnrod. May their brightest hopes be re TniKsino- tran attached to 0110 o H. BUCHANAN; sinco his return from Eu aUsed, and no oloudsdarken their married TOILET ARTICLES his feet. hz$ is, 3D m9 life, but the holy estate prove to them ever Has fitted ur) a nice room f "Wingo rnrchase, Ilenry rope, and that the recently publish- a source of love and unalloyed happiness Tho and I propose to duplicate EST! 0 IT PRICES" .. . ..iv via l.ur, I , in mis eountv nn Cloaks and Wrap?, for Lad' George's paper, is not only a ed interview was "a preposterous This is the point and escence of this discourse, &c-- , &e., &c, "&Q. Ho eordially 3n$ S.. &c. Mr- - M- - 0. Ayrea, of m6 to Misses. &? newsy, spicy paper, but is ably ed- aud wicked fabrication." "nstcad of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps vou ' Miss E. J. Oakley. Ladies of Hickman and sr - ited, and the liberal extracts from iJSll bJth is, and perhaps you don't; if vou want ing country to call and el bTEWATtT ASIXBY ALLKX, SOU of iu the Coukier the it reproduced CPrescription8 filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock will show you. idl and I this superb and elegant line 61 past several weeks attest our Hon. C. T. Allen, of the Princeton of Mr. E T, Gardner, Diamond Sewing Machine, the ibr'the light-runniwho died in this sian Circulars, JNewmarkets, Ji Uaniior, has been appointed a place, on high appreciation. From some the 20th of October, 1S85 ; Hou". W. the Purchase was left cadet at West Point by cts, &c, before buying. They1. ve ttiow when taootu fViIl wane, 'have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du-jr- O ha Bummer birds from fr ball cro the r a, the most elegant fitting Garment K5k ZZggslSsM off our exchange list, but of all J. Stone. rLuiSi W3M : J hen HUtiimiu hue shall titie the -- ,ljen grHl,,, Customers politely served on short &-i&r W PRICES." $ uouo is more ' W5S. in this section of country and our weekly visitors, ra - ;Ja5wb,1felltMch us when to look for thec, O, Death I iii ra the street from Holcombc's new drug store, s MmM4M vnJ wJiifLrnyji irn"s "rm welcome. Sixty Chinese be sold at prices to suit the tiiW ?Sfsy KSaxasifiBaiSS m&ZTfteiKWzi God, in His widom, has focu fit to reRespectfully, Willie Bibbs, tty little colored have struck in San Francisco by move from our midst this foudlv cherished nino-yea- r old, sent to jail from order of their "union" because the husband and respected citizenand while BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LADIES escap- firm refused to discharge the our hearts are touched with grief and UDGE Fulton for house-breakinfor the bereaved wife, vet we rejoice MISS MO LLIE JWinter announces thaU capThe old, popular and alway3 reliabl6 Hardwarehouse of stock of Mill! Fall and ed from jail Friday, but was same white workmen. to know that he died with the bright hope uery Goods, Novelties, and Notions, is noH. tured and returned to jail tho and anticipation of a rest "hovnn.l i. open and ready for inspection and sale day. He is so small he succeeded Gov. Knott has ordered an river." AU that loving hands could do Miss Judge is a young lady of rare tasf 3a4i & through the iron bars election in Grant county, on No- was done to soothe and comfort him durhi" and experience, and will no doubt th in crawling window. Bibbs has vember 2, to till tho vacancy caus- his long and protracted illness. But a'.nal senson a she has in the past, fascinate "H of tho jail how weak und fruitless is nas a splcndTJ1 stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardwaro of not with her the personal appearance evident- ed by the death of .Representative ,ivhcn death, the grim monster, human aid, ladies of this community and her cxquU invades tiie ite selections of goods, tastefu which are ofic xd at heing over 9 or 10, but is Ilogan. 'household, and claims for his own our and artistic work. The latest and most loved one. By his death our town has lost ly IS or 20, and well skilled in rasfashionable stvles and grades of goods haveA one of its nicst useful and energetic citi- been purchased, and prices marked downT cality. His escape was unavoidaA Lot of negro wood-cutter- s wifeacompauion TO ith many SUCCESSORS ble, and through no carelessness found a nest containingoOO snakes zens, and his sad indeed that tender and to the lowest possible figures. true. It is one in the thanks for past favors, a share of public upon the part ot the near Paducah. or neglect j youth and vigor of manhood, with so much patronage is solicited. and that the very lowest tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to & Jailer, but upon tho contrary. to endear him to life, should be called away. - :p. highbo exactly as represented. Let God who doeth all things well, has Jailer Wallace deserves tho ? A Card. I3ST called him to a higher aud holier missiou, compliment for his promptest where his poor body so racked with pain, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. ness and vigilance in securing his To lTg Fritnds and Acquaintances: "diand-piclcing tiK-mn! - LOCAL news; sa T7 Essential to Local Prcsperi J , i JriaL- - aii'Eit'i asr, 1 m W k. CITY ITEMS. . Wfpil m mm ' wi ! & wiife Qo I to aw w &me, wna. e "" v a RSAf1"r,0LVO!S t- 'J vjf r a m cay a m t t t - 1 sastfsaasc ii V i'-- t pes j illfl fff ffl WMM" eu-org- y, ab-sc- ut ik-- - (but-cU- ALWAYS SUIT! - - HrOBo e3 00a Prices? j e -- w ; iv, WJ ; . 1 yatt' u o'-tle- s t 1 oysters! bt ; ...., LsEAiUSDEBI & MAXWBL3 W W 0 IJ 1J SMI! ? e - I -- -- , V IIsTSUTtE YOUR HOGS Storr-KpfrJ. SAT K -- anti-prohibitio- n - -- :. ; haas' Hog and Poultryc'Hernedy. Si tli-i- V 1 X ? r 25-ho- r. th'-i- re-o- . i'A'Ji, . -- Bln.-nfc- - lii-s- i .., , - - , I an-- f.-- r v - n. 1 u :,. J Watoh-mako- r, J. AMBEEG'S SOjS. v'.." I J .ni ,. I , r J. W. COWGILL, IN k-- DRUGS, trusses i n. jsraw HOME d, wed-de- nows-naner- 2:'h-Ti"!t- -. ng 110-aacr- oss 1S r-- cigar-maker- ar-- g, rir H -g- tv-'- fcri-etJ- v?sj oym-path- ( iwywj m S w 3RiMi )$&&&& t- FOBTUISrE aDE-A.IiElR- COMPANY, WJI t e. by order of their union because the boss refused to discharge tho on white men working man-- the same ' had to 'job. Tho"Melican go. .i. men in San Francisco have otruch c Sometimes a rule ,tto.,-sivtv Chinese will work wonc- - Allow mc to express many thanks for the kindness and respect shown my dear husband, during hi sickness; be often made the remark, "Everybodv i? so P9" to me." And had it been o'od'a will-J- o bavc spareil him, he would have etrireu bard to return yourkindne?s. I only hopd kind friends, that none of you "v'10 ?vc not, may never feci the heartfelt- grief .that I now feel. , Mas. ET. Gabdsck. - can rest eternal in the bosom of its Giver. May this thought come as a peace ofleriug to the maddened heart of his dear wife, that he ib not dead but sweetly sleeping, no long AKD er to be worried with life and all its manifold cares. And may He who tempera the wind to the shorn lamb, send peace aud consolation to the stricken heart of our friend, and may his body, so beautifully expressed oa his casket, reat in peace. j Delivered to all parts of Iho ci itJ aml G-BGCERI- DRUaSlMBDICLNESBOOK PICTURES, DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, AOFN'TSFOR THE WITITE SEWING MACITINE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. MOORE can bo found Fresli Meats oct30? nLandrum's. R.L. at Dr. FA RIS Office, to attend night calls at Moore & The besj. roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. The attentn of builders especially desired as this house will give special inducements. Correspondence solicited. i - I burbd. i3ERBSORIPTI01SrSA.SPEOIA.LTir.W j. ..- p..BEEYAEDL V as-- . - - . - - ". "' t L',3 . .ill. pi .j,;" ' " hi b ' 4 rffca Ft f w ,v jfi&-E- - ,Mtfng,B.,.Mti - - p-- f && 7. PmvV iVy 7c SfTV. vwi w; S&MB -- tftr- : V ? Has now received Ms fall stock of I &LL AND WINTER GOODS, The stock is if i Ilise in prices, and tone y are all firafrclass Goods and will be sold at lower prices ilia: all former purchases in quality, prfce and style. Recollect this house discounts all ai sarassairrcsci'soa? tc V Goods were bought hofore the late Big found at any other house in this ..vctior. of country. He has ( omplotely outdone anil enmnloto in nil rlonnrhneTits. Th.-s-e od prices. rtrsc TUESDAYS ELECTIONS.1 F3 HIQSMiS 3 SSIJBE ho Hubbub About Andrew JoiiHEon. S i1 If has N J ! y "i i kade, perfect ginia. Tho political parties in pie than railroadsIf Graves association rMcn, Boys and SHOP. North "West cornrj- of Moscow exjicofed to be responsible for each of these States am pretty county had all the roads loading w",ph aro arc and Troj Avenue. East Hickman, Kjr , orKamzt' complete. This out of MaylieM graveled to the Andrew Johnson, or rather his evenly balanced, and no matter comity line, &3Satifftctiou guaranteed. anl these roads were ninny Northern towns. .e of Goods io fur su- ApriL actawuilst President. what tho papers may say on tho froe to all for travel, nothing could associations, not turner end Kentuckv Streets,) (Corner of Jackson ithinir in this Part of Johnson vras elected by the one siue or mo ouier, it ib cicar prove nmer ior me county, it for individual profit but and will be sold much , ... impeached, tried and that no man has any right to claim s?onUl increase tho value of tenths .hin can bo found else-Ca- ll THE BARTER GROCERY- by a Republican Conacquitted and rce these beanti- . .iu, and be gress, and we don't seo why Dom couadencc. At tho last election ;er, and would make travel pleas- - "The city of New naven' frfs before buying TTR. J. M. MONTGOMERY, ennonn. eed. and the ocrats should have anj concern New York wont Democratic by ant for all seasons. May field ' one of tho places which ear Jtices to bis frieadsand freshpnblio thai supply of b? bad openrd a ntxr ' arid Virginia Monitor. took in consideration tho subj a about the charges of "treasonable only eleven hundred, all kinda ef Familt Gsocesies, which ho Icssiona3 Somo years ago a bill was intro- - ot" beautifying its streets, anc' He is reatv 111 sell as low as tbe lowest. intentions" now so much talked by sis thousand. dy l all times to exchange Groceries at daeod in the State Legislature au- of in tho papers. Democrats outside tho State of eSS? t? cash pricso for Butter, Eggs, Chiciens,'or Mr. Deporc, of Now York, lists XcwYork are diecoureged as to tlioramg tho State's Interests, or- woro planted, beautify ingthe c any kind of marketing that the farcing D- - G. PARK, friends may bring in. The highest mat jmblishcd a scneational letter, tho ponding elections but Now stock, in certain turnpikes in Cen-- 1 inducing the influx of residot ket price always paid. charging that Mr. Johnson when York Democrats are hopeful ami tral Kentucky, to bo sold, ami re- -' "l oou returning to tho e J. M. MONTGOMERY & BllO UST OPENED, with new 'STOCK, ont nd out. Fine. fltvlin RIOS for hirt. i.t..COh Patronage solicited. TEUM3 Tho New York Sun, inverted to cucourage the - - &'!" T"?' lnOTe !!,an citizen President, approached Gon. Grant enthusiastic. ilAY FIELD, I ;.. g of are gnu el roads ... ' est Ken- - , iso well roniunPrativothoclmrctei with language, clearly showing probably the best informed and with tho ttl I'rnctlce Hlnco JInrch, 1S77. his intention to so recognizo the most impartial newspsper in thotncky. 1 be State originally made; 0f improvements, that they not .'l.L practice In all tbe counties of the oct30-lSS- 5 Southern States and Southern State, seems to have no doubt no investment to aid in the im-- i appropriate annually $G,uuu, for .Judicial District, sod in Uio Appel- Courts ot Kentucky. Representatives hi Congress as to that the Democratic tioket wilt beprovcment of Central Kentucky, keeping up and improving their & utlJMv ark- - Rockbridge a village in R ft KtSJSSfiErpmS1 pat the South in control and pos- oilcuu. It rives eoort reasons 'and her stock has answered tlie Massachusetts, f?55 5? KENTOCKY STSEET, years ago . 1 i'.UVi till tiRl pnrposo intended. Now, tho ""-- j was wild, rough, unadorned, harsh, session of the Government. This for its faith: constantly on haad "" hi; for KEEPS sale charge is designed to carry a heavy "Tho Democracy ofahis State formation is that, that pnvato in-- 1 and forbidding iu appearance, but BBBBody eaUiil a HOUSES, BUQGIEH and nACK3. ii iiillucncc in the ponding Xew York is thoroughly united. There is dividaal6 desire to buy tho State's today, umler tho influence of sys-n- PL A. & R. T. TY LER Having parchaaed tho stable, bcrscg factious quarrel which diuiin- -' stock in these turnpikes; ami tho tomatic home improvements it is and entire outfit of W. U, Pluratae r &-elections. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ono of the most beautiful places t ishes the Democratic vote. That ' Ko proposo to coalinuo -- mi thn &.ato bosiacca, sad "Well, wo don't know what symaell,, solicit patronage ho entire country. Hprej the JIICKJIAX, - - - KENTUCKY. vast number of citizens who last ql,f.lr!!" S' se,, w,u i ,l coverjtown improvement society holds pathy Xew York Democrats had. fall voted for Jlaine,havo eotne:aurt" ll d00B attend lo all bueluead estruaUQ or have, with Andrew Johnson, back, and are among the most en-- j the proceeds back into the State an annual an niversary which has WILLtheir care. or his acts, but ho was certainly thnsiastic Biinnorters of Hill and Treasury, or it to aid the salutary efi'ect of fraternizing Office Fum'turo Factory. DIESTELBKINK fie Poor tho most cordially hated in the Jones. This is a fact of tho high- similar improvements in this sec-- ! tuo, nov8.'78 W, a .and the wealthcir inhabitants to- est moment." South of all tho Republican leadit tionof thobtniof Tho idea seems bth in tIlpir Pnfi0oVOrK to nro. jsr'amiiy . , ers. Johnson was a man ot rough, To this it adds : L. ue, ii we correcny uuucrstauu I" IT to the couimon good The giant mind, and historically speak"While the Democrats aro per AT LAW- of such societies civos to ing, his memory ought not to be fectly united, the Republicans arc it. that gnivcl load companies HT wronged by false charges, but tho divided. There is no iuianimous shall be organized, and that when! wealth new value, and to home, tor, Real Estate Agent TO space to naac all article taj up Coumin:, for one, is prepared to satisfaction among them over the ,so much private stock is secured nijriier attractions. Noticing thr VHvMMi WWMJi ' benefuts resulting to Stockbridg H troubls to shotr poods. HICKMAN, KY. believe Andrew Johnson capable wX.lLea uom-- , tucy have put Rndotnc nnd pee, at the corner of Troj her every neighboring town is folio of almost anything thoso Repub- iicket that Davenport isinproba--; then tho Stato will U attond promptly to all bail inatiou. Central Kentuckv turnpike stock iug its example, among otl' Shotguns and and Mj3co Arenae. Ess; HicStrnaa, K lican fellows can charge on him, bly tho Ira in Soutbwcstert Has now in stock all the new improved Breech-Loadin- g fcited him weakest candidate for;,, vest Kentucky gravel road Great Barnnsrton. winch has Northwestern Tennessee Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, "Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats and don't think Democrats ought . m. . .,o c.wi iiocuivuigtQcu, Uw.iiUU1 ...iu iroe nifnivtx.oAitf ai i cngtTcntolhein-restigf'nns, view contemplates como so attractive, that Mrs aud Helmets, and Hunter's Gum .Boots. These Goods will be sold at to feel specially called upon to vw ..ta 1ATA0 t rrr V.l- - ....il. f fee, and the purchase .wluul 0 A,n.Myron i,iiino 10cal taxation, unless certain Hopkins, tho widow of if priced that will defend him. tho possible exception of .ate fjan8 examine before compete with any other city in the country, Call and townB an(1 counties elect to invest way millionaire, has soloct7 buying. KROGER? Ii. Clark, who ngurouwiuionthon- - in 8UC1, rav0l road Stock: and hor hn..m m.d i rRntinrf j uonjriinffs Irs. uuim! bouic i,as ti,ls rcileemiug feature, that finest residence in all ui ii. uiu iiii-cuin. s Colliding, of Now thirty years ago. The onlyreason tho Stato r6S no more in the land. ftND SURSEON, for Davenport's nomination is (XAHS Utu7 aiAilU. "Tho influence exertco York, is no doubt the ablest of fact that ho is rich, anl tktt tho Krnvel road improvements than it t r t? &!l tJcds ot 1 tho already has tied up in turnpikes, adornment of oar towns ai KENTUCKY tho old Republican leaders, and real leaders of the party had bo-- i c. .Professional Servicep to STAPLE AND FAMGY SRDCERil es is to a large extent educj what is more, his bitterest enemies como unavailable." "j of Hickmau and vicinity. j ca to furnish Stimulate the interest o xatnP0 uas scally kept ia a hcuac at bcJ in or outside his own party, have Although New York is the more good roads to this section at all citizen aronud his own home, oa prices. never been able to say anything important State, Democrats seasons, and it is not likely that thus help to make the interest Tlie Fall Session "will commence TEA. rSXCr CAKD1E8, racl0 " bo wrought by eral. The interest of A merit T72 against his character for honesty throughout tho conatirfeclmoro!ai,y i which the muddy Fs Us. H SsX R cmma MIXCS. UZAA 7 earth along our in their homes forms the safegua . riCKJIJEX i e ,.0 and integrity; but with all this ill.vu;ij LU UUlL'Kt JlUUUIIOin MONDAY. AUGUST 31 1885, highways will be changed into of their liberty, and so in a lars DEALER .V 4 gXITS CnAJTBEKKIES, JIOXIXT good record, ho is vain, egotistic, ginia than to elect Hill in New frrat'ol V.f mnlr nfl litipffrVfr .. sense ibo hope of Genesee rostsj .1.... ...v.... v., if ....V. A nil Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences and arbitrary. Ho is tho leader York, and they are hopeful of do gravel roads arc secured, they are in its homes. The love of liotni am ily Groceries JEa jE G T5T 32 3HS. of tho Stalwart Republicans, once ing so. Gon. Leo, tho Democrat- going to cost somebody, time, la- and its adornment diffuses an in- ASD ALSO, P I MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, S:ig:tr, ColfecSj Konpa, Ss had a powerful following, and has ic nominee for Governor in Vir- bor or money. Tho peoplo of a AnAi.nn r nantlnimea tmttli nlld . ?Mn Lines, Hook, and county aro not likely to voto a virtue. Tho memory of a happy, oi rtshinjj Tackle and Supplier, alljkind yet among that element a follow- ginia, is making a broad, liberal, county tax, unless it be, perhapB. beautiful COUUtrj i.Amn IS ilm "SyiU uot bs nndersold. at a bar .Contiuuiiig Five Months. Grocerica and Familv Supplies gen Vill pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &q ing strong enough to bo felt. Be fraternal, national fight, but the over a thoroughfare that affects UCak HTliVJ ib UUIU V.UU .uvt - trally. Tho eonrpo of studr. including thorough primary Trori in English brannheji. Matho ing an honest man, and knowing fact that he is a Leo and an old the interests of the whole county children. inntic?, Litin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Feninacjilitp, towns may; but, to secure enMusic, Drawing and Calisthenics. tho duplicity of politicians, ho is Confederate General, both makes Especial attention ia doTottd lo the preparation oJ etadenta for caUsc, and oosg toward his enemies. His for and against him. His name is terprises of such unquestionable MILLIONS OF SQUIRRELS. bitter 2TS Saddlery aijd Harness men for business. bcnfits to all, tho peoplo might silent antagonism toward DInino tho cause of tho "bloody shirt" consent to privato individuals orpossibly elected Cleveland. Just issue, regardless of what he may ganizing companies, building the and MASHTH-X-'E- , now (Jonkliug is the object of bit say in his speeches. Thi3 makes roads, and charging toll. It would They Leava Mississippi PLUMMER & FARRISS Swim liio River ior TUITION: 1 ter criticisms from tho Republi ngaiust him with .thousands of be far better to have such roads free, butv means taxation. Are Jac 7:son St , opposite Courier Office, Primary Pnp?? Arkansasper KCO month...... . . cans of New York, becauso of conservative Democrats, who the u " . peoplo 'willing to pay toll to Intermediate J00 O&atta: - - KY. II I CK 31 AX, M Troin tl St. Ioab 01ob- - . ocrt his denunciation of their State want tho "bloody shirt" issue securo these roads ? " . 500 Advanced YFIjLL solppfpd fitnTi of Hnr'illoa nml ilEMPHIS, TENN., Oct. I tiirket. He says that tho money stopped in the North and iu the w&tiait&f Ji 9 PAYABLE SSOXTHS-- IK" ADVAKCJB. iinriiuii. iicir worit mauo to orucr. j!ti, if Whero tho millioua of squ? bags control the Republican nom- South as well. Tho chances in X'ott Watch !Sra Fight. 5'rompt attention given to , Br KJm rjAEB"WSI..X-ever came from, or what exl ination, aud that Davenport, who Virginia aro exceedingly doubtful, produ territorj' could ever KE A E U PauBCh Standard. nover performed any servico for with the odds iu favor of Lee. Hickmak, Kv., Aug. 7, 1S85. 3m N now isA U The Hickman Courier says "Tho chiel many, is the question any kind. Ho lias secured the services his country or service for his pardiscussed by the citizens' industries of May field are sid to be tobac. that well known and excellent workty was put forward becauso ho is THE TRUNK MURDER. co, hone swapping and local option, and upper end of DcSoto cour man, Uncle Boh Farri", which of iMolf h a millionaire, and that this money the town is on in unprecedented boom of sihsippi, and those liviu; "".tjuarnutce of good and faithful work. and activity." idea controlled the other nomina- Maxwell Identified by apr24 lower edgo of Crittoudci His prosperityno fight, tions. Ho described Senator We brother Leigh. and tho north part of Lei Father as Hngh Brooks. Evarts as "a venerable and attenTobacco is a chief industry with Ark. Tho squirrels ar& ' Special Notice. Mr. Blaine as uated icicle," and St. Louis, Oct. 24. Tho ms-ter- y us; and although Paducah is striv- ting, but for what purpos Take U19 ' All persona indebted to the firm of Bon-- , ing to take it from us,her efforts yet been decided, for the tho "soiled and hilarious plumed of the identity of Maxwell, rant & Drewry, will plcae come forward knight," &c. Conkling is a man tho murderer of C. Arthur Preller, will be futile. She may keep up they aro leaving, whier N 6 & SL l- V.n early day, and make pettlement. of bitterness and disappointment, is cleared at last. Last nierht his a strong ebullition for awhile, but east bank of tho Misai c at E. Collinr drug store Alexander but his commanding ability will father, Samuel X Brooks, of the tobacco will ultimately settle seems to be well sup? Mx well's old stand. jilwaj's bo feared and courted. Hyde, England, called at tho jail down to the center of the area nuts thoy most d' , BOXDURANT& DREWRY. man, Ky., Feb. 12, 1835. aud was admitted to , the ceil of! where it is raised. .Horse-swappinPerhaps they are , . A iuxvzen of iLanrel county re- tno prisoner, n ncn me old man's is also au occasional industrv land, as tho dirp fused to testify bofore tho grand eye" fell tipon-iii- o a portion of tho people of our ing would sco i'uoeof tIwfor jury last week iu regard to his younger he was? terribly aflccted, county, especially on county court purpose TO SAVE IjONEY knowledge of any illicit sale of and cried out: Hugh! days; but this industry largely de- overllows ot whisky. He was fined $30 and Jt is indeed you.'f pends upon that of local option. tomsand thcti , Wholesale. Headquarters for al sentenced to twenty-fou- r Y5 hours' The prisoner rose, and for the For in proportion to tho succcsb daring high wa. EEIOKMA-lS- r imprisonment by Judge Finley for first time attending tho violation and evas- thing but pleasant, tobacco ni mm in, contempt, a sentence which has seemed tosilicosis incarceration, ion of local option, is the atten- rels. They seem to, Call on nearest Ticket Agent, lose control of himself. will job to dealers only at Factory been regularly repeated every day 'It in, father, itTis me," ho cried. dance upon the swapping ring. and aro still crossing Or Address .. ices; also the ' siuce that time. He gives a's the starting Tho reason you have no swapping sippi river between "N reason for his contumacy that, in parent. torwarurtoward his acred - ring, brother Leigh, is becauso ing, about twenty-fivW. R. Joiiph, .Ssnla! Scotch and Imm Scotch SanSi Then immediately coni Pass. Apt., Dallai, Tei., tc a case of family sickness, he trolling hiuiBelf he stopped i.your people are without genius, Memphis, and DcSoto f and sat .ho bet in the market. We al8o keep W. C. t.5E.EY. ' bought some whisky from a friend down on a chairA MANUFACTURERS op People, when they have noth sissippi, which is only, The lather sta"- - Pur 0. P. &T. A. constantly on hand a choice selection Tenn, whoui ho promised not to betray gered anil would FRITZ. HELLNER, T. AKt., iiickraan, ' fallen, but ing eiso to uo, aim nave nut one south of this city. Tlic to tho grand jury, and cheerfully for the supnortfhave attendants. horse, and he worth only ilo, can going over to tho Arlcy H of FAMILY GROCERIES. says that ho will standany amount Ho asrain cazed nnM. n; enn nwi each go into the swapping ringand of the river and makieg . . ... ...... . , C0NFECTI0NRRIE3, of tines and stay in jail forever said: ' trauo live times a uay, and go ley's Ridge. The inhu AND FRUITS, before ho will break his word. "Oh ! Hugh, you had better be ,,0Ine vith $40 m tncir l)0cIets that section arc kuliu'r r niCKlMlT MARBLE WORKS which we will sell very low for the cash horso they the hundreds with sticlc dead than hereYnnr mothor'n fllul idling tho same riit , Please call and see ua. ji. i President Cleveland lacks ruid tho family .. - llilu in ino uiorniujf. jliiis is iruo squirrels nave iobi alP FHJQUIA & BcBOW. HICKMAN, KY, nno of tho characteristics of a iieaiiu is gon - mm . r A rrniiiiiR " " ii rmito mi tniliistriTint nml i.. ii ?. irnn . men," and oWug, ieii imo ino f , , ., .oe in tnoin way. nect . A ." successful politician. He refuses as uroiner narrcn, or ineuouncr, wouiu Jill to kiss babies. A young married arms of the gna IBS - CJ- fc As to tue Jast industry instances the- - have tttack LOWER and LOWER. Maxwell sat ii yhio chair, look-TOft- says. rouplo took thocr infantile Grovcr mg annoyed, d bnt tho first xe- - mentioned by brother Warren hunters. Their number is I AU kinds of Groceries bams, sides, &c. . v.f t? i ii:ifiii Tn Tim wititA iia..a' . DEALER IS (local option), tho "iudustry" con- all calculations, and so hi.r ;b as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be hi3 fa,hor, exhibitod 7i """."iiU,utcoff-ono- t .u irAiwW mi la iii ini'in Mil iitim no ii.vtuitii sists in the evasion of tho law. aro traveling with them in waj. ,s, undersold. JOHN WITTiNO. emotion wbatornr. Italian aud Amerioan Marblb B8 a namesake bnt thn Prreiinnt Jlr. Brooks ia conversation af- They are not sly, but bold, about slaughtering and then drivinA to mereiy cnuckJea tbo youngster M0NUMENT8, TOMB AND GRAVB this. If you were over at a coun- tho nearest depot and shipping under tlie cliin with tho remark, terward, said umt ho had no doubt try town on a muster day, where them to Memphis and other markwhatever but that his son was inEETHE'S SALOON, ST0N23. "I am much .obliged for tho ets. sane. Ho left homo there was but one saloon, and who Last Saturday, Dr. Peters, A received a fine lot of Ama LISAS AST RESORT. resides in Lee comity, Arlc-kill- ed F last January, ostensibly to go to noticed tho crowd standingaround HAVING Italian Marble, I am pr his wood, i)ublin since which time tho fam- it. and was afterward to happen iu pared to fill all orders. Call and exa FRESH BEER constantly on tap. TheIHeathen Chiuec. it seems. ily had heard Mavficld on a public day and see pile with a stick. nr work. Tobacco, of the bestbrandg. jfothUig of him. is not unmindful of his subjects A similar emigration of squirone of our drugstores, you would Orders from tho country promcily Patronage solicited. or of his national honor. The The Rennhh'po.io ; nhn n be reminded of one of your mus- rels ocanrred in 1S72. They crosshot tf may 126 butchery of a largo number .have on joint ter:. days. Thoro is no proper cf--- ed tho Mississippi river from the xeax.i:b i or umuamen at Eock flnrimr J" tho I.egis- - XT! heroto enforce the law. iiay- east bank, or Mississippi 'sCic, of three votes. Wyoming, is limtr boinrr im. tUW over to the Arkansas side atVr REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. field Monitor. ooeitiffll'i it imo t)v a commission on;..-.- i 7"W4ttl easy enough to size up thowill be about the samo point. Skifiv v 25cts Lower than the Lowes D RUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS AND DW-flTOHmado its paraOouriee by the homo government. no store ren I have no clerk expansss SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abon It and ovorwhelhiing victory. grand Tho. honestly impressed, by in at that time killed thousand consists of two Chinese embassagraph, iind pay cash for all my Groceries, and 2 .icros. Six Rooms. Two Cia them while swimming the if Jrefore can sell as cheap as the cheap JE2Z. dors aud a resident representative tern?, Good Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard formation from others, that local The emigration this year ac. Apply to . Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon -of that government, uow station- votes inProhibitiouYstfi cast 25,000 option was the chief cause of ilny. Tlie previous ones, and is exy - PRESCRIPTIVNS CARk FJJ- - 1 lal the rocont Ohio election, r Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low geo. n. hp:lm, COUPOD NbEDI m ed at San Francisco. x.,o "trgesi poll thev ever mado. JOUN WITTINO. mayllSSo-C- m beyond computation. Hickman, Ky. field's prosperity wlicn tiio Democrats - como to itty pifos of tin's dn.v YillngQ ImprOVQUiefit an expression moi wnii nOC? Great Figlit and Great Doubts, occasionallyV 111 tho nowsnanprs. Ur orUiro in cer-Of tho State elections of next Just what they mean ivn not r.nc ! IrfKR. " " . ftTOflmlo fnnr1 Ifllll. (innil vrtflila Snesday all the interceptors as i)0on to any county. Free gravel printed in tho Tro jLjjiw NEXT " rce toavel BonS." ia : )f a, tho Democratic nomineo irnor of Massachusetts. utlor "a political freo- - .Al- aior.ioiu.un.nan.i.J,i.:I4.1 -- - I ,., & HANAN'S fit- - liw HICEMAN, fdUTZ BROBDBBi J w SIWB BOOT AND SHOE gi W I fB J ... ,,. ttjrsFjz i j - '"'' ."?? -- , S;g;l!a8SF CJar3 KENTUCKY, J f J rca-anab- lc W. G. KINGMAN. ' ; , j j o mmm v?2S sals akd livery stable Faris Pakkee, i th-t- fm . rc-Hve- st -- -- RANDLE. ltl r- o Groceries, M re-inve- st cross: j.sr.1" I i c T T "V , o Ev-Senat- or :oa:ris, gimVl aiQaW mQ&kQQl nrct-clas- F .: -- 1 r- 11- .,.., ; Kook-Kcepin- p, -- -- x- .- -i ' I I BSEY SAIiSWBIiL CASE & MILLET, n ! .. g . i PAVORITjE!, f mim KEISTTUOK J I A -- " tr e HEETWECK, BALTZEE & CO., -- r J f ??.j . I -- 'r i it er 35Ss:3iiLea W w Hickman Kentucky. coiu-plimont- ." said-Hug- thirty-cightaroun- d ro-co- ut v,-'- 11-- TEIE OLD RELIABLE CMAS. A. 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