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OSe-JMksoa j, i BT HICK Xlio COURIERj K- Neatness and Dispatch, - 4i BWVBLOPE3, LETTEK-HEAD8,BILL-HEADS. BILLS, " Street, next door to City HalL GEOROE "WARREN, Editor. 01lot Nei MAC'- B i ir ostcrn IventuelfA 6, 1SS5. iisrviTjfis.'rioisrs, ETC., ETO, PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, gl.50. ESTABLISHED 1S59. DISASTROUS FLOODS. Considerable Property Dettrored ni' Several Live Lou. Richmond. Va., October XA heavy hours has rain during the: past twenty-fou- r caused the greatest flood kuowa in the past five years on thy western end ". Lexiug-to- n brauch of the Richmond ani A'legheny Railroad. A trestle nt Southfft"',:r wus w ashed away, and a mixed trUn on the Allegheny Rotd was wreckedjEnS'neer mus"o Williams and a fircinau killed. "t believed ing, to and All passengers are afe. Th Shenandoah Valley train is iu troubS nt about tho same point. Tho high ffters ir"m above have reached ItichmoaA nnd the wharves in the lower P"1 ' tno o eriousunmnge city are submerged. is anticipated, however, ' nri repo?I from points above Columbia show teat in raier i Krprvthintr nlnac iw river f.ill no. dan- llVUb hn .VC1A lUUIUti. linvond tie, is abo ger line. Tho Rapimhanuock-R'jreported creatlv swollen, laiS'.l,"' uam- age done at Fre'dericksbuiy'f n;faumse' v"'" is also reported to tue $f, Railroad. lUniMsosiiuita. Va., OctoberIn tow n ,the vftl: most terrific ley for years began hert yesterday and continued until past a night. 5lore water fell iu eighteen hour than has fallen altogether in the tuoyeatj Prions. High and, washouts water prevails every wbert, Baltimore and in the valley branch of tbi R trains. The Ohio Railwav havedelayi? mountains w"est of this plw were covered j with suow this morning, f . w " HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY FACING BACH OTHER. l'Y, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER nt, B"ara;N)ISI0NS. -, tVi VOL. XXLfNO. 5. r S.. OJkXiX. ui AMI) SUB TJ5-- TERBIFIC EXPLOSION. 1 UTTLE ATLaka Vessel Wrecked by an ploding Boiler. ,' " -- Ex-t- .' 1 Four t 31 en Killed and Several Wounded. 1. Others ontheSotla road. Directielegrapbiccommu-uieatio- a w:;u the respective camps is cut No .Mllitury llunor I'alil, lu row lortlio C lilrftiiln 31 ir. and nil ne;s teiegrauis ai .suppressed. Tho Itulgurluil and Armies tfeel on I lie Soil,. Kuad. Ldxdov, October 2!. -- Tu. and .Servian armies ore tonfroattuz encn o'hei set-UA- Funeral Obsequies of i Clollan. rt m. iHk. TALMAGE'S npntrnv OLiluUAiA. mBHHBA'1! mmiami h flHBK ummjuij: 1 k7z2j ..,.ie"F.vi- - Tho Doctrino of Substitution Forci- a. bly Presented, Showing tho IM.tctt Hold by Vicarious Sae r Iho World- rlflcn in the lMiiCrttlon The Heroism of MicrilU'lug Seir for OtherS finnl. V.Iiipnsiers TheaWve nrelhgem-- e Lev r?- - K and is w iro.i from tho Austrian side New York, November 2, of the frontier. Imminent hostilities are jf r, 'overuber this morning the body of G ; feared. The latent intelligence is that o'clock this morning the tug,Frauk,Moffatt, removoj? irr. Tlie follow mg is a recent sermon preached Prince Alexander resists the restoration of B. McClellan i bound down w ith four barges, rounded to, T. 1) the status quo ante, an I the mainten- of Mr. W. C. Prime, m Eri in Hiooklyn TaUrnacIe by lie SOClJn section 3 because of thick weather, at tho wharf at street, to tho Mndison Si, ance of peace is regarded as impossiWitt .nlmageon the ulgVct of "Blood," $d March 9, ns applied to v ca icu saenfic!. lis text ble in diplomatic circles hero. RevoluSombra, opposite Marine City. ' Aliue was Church, when the la tion lias broken nut in Maudnlay. The re- wero performed by th (any person was: taken ashore and made fast, but the curport of King Thebaw'.s assassination is aL under any rent was so strong that the Captain thoucht Without shedding of blood is no remission. olllcially contradicted. Tho British army Charles H. Parkhurst. Hebrews, l.. Si the intimate friends to ease up a trifle oh the hawser, and so u invasion, ns ttnallv constituted, num li rntot semce ranc ono lell to go ahead. As ho did so "Whittle r, 1ers t"n uniii.uini troops ui nil initio, ami admitted within tho smd: John ja.ni siian po Tho preatn-- r great school G. American 'dln the boiler of the tug exploded without a seven iiivu.iium k.(Ulll followers. Th ot lt C iiiaision.and only t; non- - the Inst of tho Tft&cniiu aign of warning. The cause is not embarking on forty-fiv- e steam transports. nearers were present poet that .made the JiuPqugrty vet known, but it is supposed to I art of the fleet is on the wav. '1 he nego oe a lack" of water in it. Tho boiler i - hiit'sneh tiations lietween Russia and "(Sernnny, for and wit s- tender exploded with terrific firee, carrying olntl, J me mutual rendition. Qf iliuit. ;.--' fC,,aiinlay away the upper works and a large portion tCiUyjR, ihl tj; svh tcuii ,Vnd JgWSfll'S 1 renfnert a uccehsluT tertiiluation.MjUfer uch a lan;I of the deck planking, besides shattering the iiiitiiy agrees m resiuro u uiismuu oiuuimmortelles, "wns iitof bvmn nmtf the "the fountain nueu wun uiunity could bo bull from stetu to stern. At the time John Russia w ill borne to the street. ists now ou Gerniatv soil, and 'cI. b ood:" "D'J you really beli6vn there is .a armed coiistablMr Uho.vould voluuter wnoso synipnuntM Ward, first"ugineer,nf Detroit; William madereciprocate whenever the demand is a soldier of tho ltorn' nnplicitioii oi tljehiood Ol unrisno to be his counsel. IVj attorney wantedlo half oft helm o titnu'c?rBvebonpFK.syatT Un eituer hand v Miller, .second engineer, of Port Huron; consisting of Genera of that on j m msn , winch was Lf.od out t during li's litc- - the oul4 My negative r ply thru is my sacrifice his popularly ly such an .Tames Wylie, home unknown, nnd Walter Attempted Assassination. John Porter, W. R Fisher, of Port Huron, tir?meu. were at task. All wers.leut save one, n of nH the nges of etcrui y as most conspicand warrant and a negn ive reply now. Tne Bible statementJohnston. Anson G. M Paris, October 'JO. Considerable excretheir posts.-nnphysi- vcunz lawyer with leaine voice, tuui. uous, when Ciirist g. hered up nil the s.ns all were killed. The CapHack has recently nurees. with all nln solans nnd all Mnhon. S. L. M. llarl by an attain, Thoums Cuney, had n leg broken, ment was created hereto-dasayin that coi,i hardly be heard outsVlotbo bar, pale o' those fo Le redeemed un ler Ins ono arm sey, Col. E. ' H. Yr great hardship to nl. ir stsaul ii'l srieiit s s in II nnd wgs otherwise bruised. Frank Furtah. tempt to assassinate M de Freycinet, the Adnms, S illinm CI e Christian anil thin and awkward. It, was m. H. and all their sorrows undr II o other nnu tlm hl.in.l is be lift, nnd in wheelman, was badly scalded, and ,o many yeans new French Minister of Foreign nlTalrs. After Hewitt, John 1. Acne id: "1 will a ono for these uudor s mp y tbnt Chris ' Hte Soward, who saw that the viis ner was an I it religion Andrew Reid. a deckhand, was also badly i mo inci, attending a cabinet meeting M. d cuaraciiT was given for our life. Hence nil this talk idiotic nn I irresponsible and ought to be my tight arm and will heal all those under !Mitm1 the scallri. Maud Be nnett, the cook, who was n is put in an asylum rather than put toUnth, my left arm. Strike me with all thy which had previously of took n drive, and while returning to Clollan. Miss Mnr Mc(, at the time of the explo- in the iren who say th B b'o siory of Hood Av sioii, whs blown into the river, from which oinpetcnt authority, the disgusting, and tint :hey don't want what tho heroic c unsel uttering tbeso beautiful the building oct'iipid by the Ministry of McClellan, Captain the shaft, o't, eternal justice. Kelt Genernl Marcv and Fh wnj. rescued uniujuieii. Robert Good- Foreign Affairs a man stepped out into the The cortege was met outsiu ovided for bv the statuto they call a "s'nughtor-thy surges, wi h iisa religion," wcrds: "I spnk now in the hearing of a over all jo wirf. the mate, who was ashore baudling ' LYNCiini'itG, Va., Octcr me Commnudery of the Loyal Of tile an I tired a ipplpinented ami strfiigth- - only shows their fncnpiud v or unwillingpe plo who have prrjud ced the prisoner ocuns of sorrow!"' And thunderbolts the line, ii blown over a wood pile, and runlioH li.ro rtirlv this BOmiOg prevniled roadway In which waspistol directly nt cariiage pen- seated M. de riey ho widow's claim for nnd the repi bad his side injured. The bodies sank in terrible work of the stormhich and tho n'.ovo, the figure of speech und condemned me for pleading in bis be- struck bim from ness to look Fortituatoly thshot wbs harnile SS, United htntes low imI, and no attempt niado this the river, end have not' lfeh recovered. throughout Vn :! sectionyesterday. on The ciuet. before the culprit could !ir again Meagher's Irish brigade whi' up from buien'h, toward thi thing Unified. The blood that half. Ho is a convict, n pauper, a negro, seas ot trouble roll-ime and nncfieiiar liUlll, Mrria nf Both of tbesi McClellan. ..- nee upon which herlius- The scalded men are at Smlrn, under the ..V V. I idny the woild ever saw without intellect, sense or emotion. My hurricane after hurr.cana add cyclone a police officer. preceded th'e Iwdv to MA Lexington Branch of tit nicninonu ami he was arrestede l bouuty land and pension on 'he darkest care af a physician from Port Huron. was exam od from the b ow cLild. with an affectionate sm le, disarms after cyclone; and then and there, nt went dow n with the U hen th would-bnasin Allegheny Railroad , where between open ranks t of d. r trickled, or he confessed that teco passed into th" chu bridge at South River, latt Thursday even- ined at the police station Freycinet persontho side ni d hands nnd th feet of tho my careuc n face of its frown whenever I presence of heavm and earth and hell and however, in which no penPoints in the President's Message. he did not know M. de ing, taking with it the esgineer and firewhere stood the otllil of Jorusaloin, in cross my' threshold. The beyger in the yes, all worlds witHeiing, tue price, the illustrious sulTVivr, ba-lowed, tho soldier, and vhcie name or r NV.w- - York, November 1. A Washington man, who disappearesHunder the high ally, and refused to give his Cursiean. oc- men. Tho church wns fillei and dried up and street obliges me to give, because I e says, bitter pi ice, tHe transcendent price, tho Ho nnd prominent men were st' n few hours e egula'e cle cases made by tho la The assail ml a dispatch to tue World, referring to the and rnglng waters of. the u stream. cupation.that his motive wa rev nge, and of pension neer having forever disappeared; and if man had 'God bless yon,' nslpnss. My dog caresses awful price, the glorious price, the inllhams. declares was jJohn Tho services wer of the s engineer forthcoming IVesidentisl message, say: The s he I, tho Commissioner held the application of the literal mo with fondness if I will but smile on him. fill te price, tli eternal price, was piid of Lexiuston. and thelnreman Kicnani was not of a political nature. He a tion, not occupying half n f The Administration will tike very positiv Tyree.'of 'ihis'city. Williains stood high will mak an explanation bes of first nnprosion. so Id. ol of Christ, here would not have been My horse recognizes me when I fill his that sts us free. That is what Paul moans the service wns "tided the ground upon the financial question Mr. in th estimation of officsflls. aud was re his attempt to tike the life of M. de sistnuts placed tho coffin On tensions are concerned; and a the last olghteen centu manger. What reward, wlia'. gratitude, that :s what I mean, that is whalall titoba a lawyer. nnd innrrnod slowlv down V He claims the pn of the claim- - I K'S. Jordan and Mr. Manning will recnmineud, garded as the most cartful engineer of a A doctor will examineservices ofmental contat the what sympathy and affection can I expect who have ever had their Leaits changed into his to the door. The congregatioi, in their reports, tiiesuspcn-to- n not in the service for fotnteeii of the silver t lie road. Tyree was thnalu support In order to understand this red word or here? There ihe prisoner sits. L ok at man by "blood." I glory iu this religion w widowed mother. Nearltm"il Bridge dition. standing untu the Sig tho war of lbl-- ', and tl.e precoinage. The President will endorse their alley Railroad, my tex, wo only have to exercise as much him. Look at tho assemblage around you. of blood. I a n thrill d a I see tho laniil- - t tiers of the ' views. Mr. Jordan will be able to show in Station, the ShenandoatfV track for some tnce of evidence being that they common in religion ns wo do in Lis'en to their Outside the chu censures and tho building. the high water washed tbe Russell's Thrilling Experience. c lor in t" saeta'iieif n' cm his- report that $45,uXtO0O have nlreudv t In anv engagement in that war, Lucado,the track watch-mau- , -. was street Pmg for pang, hungor their excited feats, and Ml mo where, whether it be of burnished silver on clotli iml with l, been.lost in the attempt to force silver luto distance. Robert Kokomo, Ind., October V). William created by the statuto c.e:y hingelsuna facie case good mamtaiutd seeing the break ws unsafe, flagged Tho police ungw, 'ntiRua for fat gin-- , tear for among my neighbors or my fellow-men- , from circulation. It is understood that the polimmaculately white, or got on the ena young farmer, near here, conceived of in icoine, and the applications for pen-i- n lo The family, the nioiting-hous- o icy of the Treasurv Department will be down a material train Ind engine slowly, , I lood for bio d, 11 o for life, we ee wh-r- e tea even In his heart I can expect to wood set on table in log-hd idea of blowing up a from Oriimre. and th coiiiini't.'e those coses will be rejected. the gine. Tho engineer ran the ngainst any further calling iu of bonds. It and endeavored to get OTr the dangerous The hc of substiof the wilderness. Now, I am find u sentiment, a thr tight, not to say of dog with dyuauute. So, procuring a half I)vnl Lesion took rarnnt.s nndj.p nuet on has been presented to tne t very day illustrated. is held that it is not good financiering ti place, but before ne tiaagoue iar me iracn pound of tho explosive, ho lured tho dog driven to the Pernio vunia Railway C Comptroller for his decision, whether tution ii'nr. novel y, a'thoug'i 1 luar men reward or acknowledgment, or even of thrilled a I see Ihe altars of ancient sacreduce the rCntiopaldobt, vhien bears , sufferecgino was carried Gentlemen, you rifice crimson with fie b'ood of tho slain tilk as though the idea of Christ'-fuse to w hero a special stood w.nmj to ujfa100 of commissions nereioioio of onlv three per cent., when the gave wav, and the recognition? into the' river. Lucada was standing iuto a meadow and attached adog, and tho party, lustrum steamed JutSJ.d f p,,rcasers of prir.ite dio ing subs ituted for our suff ring were may thiuk of this evidence wha you lamb, and Leviticus is to mo not so much current rate Is siv. -, tied it bneath the noon depot between the engine aid tender when the dvwaniits under the rulings of his predeces- - Miinyihing nbn rmul, something distressto his dismay, please; bring in what verdict you can, the Old Testament as tho New. Now I seo it was thrown into jthe river. He rau toward the fence. Much hissing of the al procession moved ir m tue chur all now bo refunded In accordance frightened bv the ingly odd, something wiltly eccsn'rir, a but I nsevernte, before Heaven and you, why tho destroying angel, passing over have tlm ilnc. Destructive Fire af Geneva, Ohio. was not injured, aad could depot, it was receiyeu w an marm the decision of the Supreme Court in luditary eplsodo in the worl I's history; w do clothingfeot been caught fuse, follow ed him, 'and Itussell barely Lest of my knowledge and be- Ejypt m the nlgbr, spared ull those houses Painesville. Ohio, November 2. News escaped had his He was drowned. William reacned the fence when the dog exploded sy by tho peoplew re hurne of Swift Company vs. rutted when f could take you iuo thii ci'y and that o the in some way. sidewalk. Hals ted a lief, the prisoner at tho bar does not at that had blood sprinkled ou their doorlins reached hereof a disastrous conflagrahere the light to sueh differenco before sundown point to yoi five huiubed of ve Browu (.colored.) tho esgine watchman, at his heels. Russell was lifted .. tear fell from ththis moment know why it is that my had-,- posts. Now I know what Isaiah means over the fence, literally covered with once served und-- r u dead Gei tion now raging at Geneva, fifteen miles was killed, and Engineer,W"olkiell was sebeyond tho six years' limitation rases of sn' stimtion mid voluntary siiller- .... c.llc. nn j own." Tne when he spca! ot "enn in reu np: The simplicity of he v.. vnn instead of his tcitssiou east. It broke out in a bakery on the east verely injured. The can were overturned, blood and the deceased dog's entrails.it was for Instituting suit Iu tho lourt Ing or one in iyua:i o was o badly scared ,mlne with d.ed gnrmen's got i's victim, but the no-- t nvr-- i a t g able. Notlil-'s. side of Broadw-atho (iinerence in questionat 11 o'clock, and at this and fire broke out in several places. It is experimenter before he could walk. Rusgo gnllous uftornoon negro workmen hours of At wo o'clock ii.ta.ns when whatever ,f n tern examination ot tho poor creature rah;" nnd whom uv mode of computing the coinwriting (1 a. m.) the flames are upt yet reported that sixcars thi badly burned, severalnot so handsome, but it is hopedjie dicmion were nsell is or toil. If showed to all tho surceons and to all the ho describes a heavenly clue tun whose who were in tha wtre o'di. There one case the amount of cash pmong the placos of under control. Engines from Cleveland nnd that several cars were destroyed. The know s more. of band no mi . 'incnt for the stamps and iu will ono ditll n't thing for you to find world that the public weo wrong and "ves ure was dipped iu blood;" and want end Ashtabula have gono to the rescue. fiuenanuoau nauroau isoauiy uiui;ra " color. Tne funeral ; The tollowing buildings have been de- several places. Thero were no trains over the amount of stamps iiuiiwlio, by ttieb- looks, show you that Wm. II. Seward was r ghr, and that hard, Poler, tho ApostL--, means when he peaks any outward displaj Probably a Mouse in It. 'Ihey are prenia-tinol- stony step of obtquy in tho Auburn court- of the "prec ou- blood;" nnd what John stroyed; Tho bakery, a saloon, Foster's the Midland road mounting to $0.09, against thev are ovciwoik-d- . Three spans of ol a have 'hat every S1.000 of stamps music sto-- e. Leslie's market and residence, the bridge over the Tye River we-- e washed old. They are hastening rapidly room was the first step of the stairs of means whe-- i he refers to the "blood that Hartford City, Ind.. October j. me All the r Tboy have gena it Van Epp's grocery, the Odd out.' tow anl their decease Spiritualists are iu high oats in ibis locality. mains mil the fame up which he went to the top, or to cleansolh from all sin;" nnd what the old, , Hall, a shoo store, and Brinker's ides that the decision tin ough crises in bit invs that .shattered Last night while a prominent family of the Oiane Presi of the top, that Inst dewo n out, dewepit miit.ioniry, Pau-clothing .store. The loss is jW.OOO. Insurcases their norvous system nnd pullel on tho villi. n one step only applies iu General McClellan's Funeral. this eitv were at slipper tisev heard a General MtCl ance not known. means, when, in my t?xt, he crie-.- : "Withnied him through the treachery of Amerbearers occn in thoo rases J bin n. They have a slvrtutss of breath ican politic i. Noihingsublimer was over out shedding of blood is no remission." New Ycric, October 30. It has been piano in the next room giving forth widow. s er?nce theretofore if s' mid, a ni.d a am in the back of tho head, and at seen in nn American cuirt-rooithan By that Hood you and I will bo save I or How a Men May Marry Twice. tho funeral of a peculiar drumming the some little la", with definitely arranged that limitation, and key was alarm thoui. Why Wm. II. Seward, without reward, stand- never saved at all. In all tho ages cf tho will take place at 10 child o nt the cir "IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMk six years hao nisht an insomnia that .Rockhill, S. C, November 1. A ycung General McClellan morning next from the every member of the fatnti was in unexo'clock on Monday are a. e they drudging nt lusintss ca.ly and ing between the fury of the pop'ilae- and world God has not once pardoned a singlof tne edecassors the table, all were named D. A. Lang has created a sen- - Madisou-aventiK.n the court ln o? loi fun: No; it would u uiuicu t m the loathsomo imbecile. Subs ltnti m. inexplicable, mtons-;:- .. ha sin excel t through the bav.or's exp aj Presbyterian Church. In pected, aud to them jjera oy uis own. matrimonial veu of tLat thf. nl.nn. The ceiitlemeil Mrs..Mc- accordance witb th reauest of w In the realm of the fine arts the.e was tinn nnd he naver will. Ulory bJ mjviffi in only bo oxiract any nimisemint out nvariciousr i mionrvl Ylin - - , iu , the .room, nnd the - door Rerau-o thoy ni ... A hd rfftKtary--aie mat- thnt tha hill back of Jerusalem ?HUug ns remriUa qn instance. opiniuniitu vinmi Still I Btration, although all veterans who served SOUlldS work continues, irom tne oetterinuu, this do-- In many c.tscs no. Berauo tbe'r own but by percriticisertpn Inter. Joseph Wil- battlefield on which Christ has Bifslv Iwcn married to a giri in North of spirits it tho are lavish? No: n liam Tu ner, was met by a volley of nbusa our liberty. Pblina, and was nrrestel aud sent to jail under the General have been invited to the nnd are content with the belief that some 06 u-xiMinse eneral Hazcn orkvillo for binmv. lie was tnetl funeral. Tho Rev. Dr. Parker will con- member of the family is a medium, and Hall His le.v huiidred dollars would meet all their from all the art galleries of En ope T..e mo t exciiing ami overpower U nnd admitted. Themnrrtace in evidence to apprise tnem of rremoiW is hut ructions to jxist- - want. Tho lactis, tho man is enduring paintings, which have since won t e apday of las suinm-- r wa; the day on the yorthCaroiina was not denied, but his father duct the siraplo services of the dead, and this fact. an kllar M' siKvial delivery The the Star ing out nit t: at tat guo and exi austion and plause of all civilzed nations. "Toe F it'a ba ttefieU of Waterloo. testified that he wa3 sixteen years of fige no eulogy will be pronounced. TlttNT n s are the result wear and prosperfar Selected tar to keep his homo reaching Plague of Egypt," "Fishermen on a Le with the morning train fromanBrassel, when the cerenioitj was perfonnetl, jaiid pal' bearers thu arriv I i:i ii " . Again. "rnctical openition of Boomers Moving on Oklahoma hour on W. S. Hancock, General Joseph E. ous, 'lhoie is nn invisilU' line under tho lnw of North fa roll i a a marwnt met Shore in Squally Weather," "Calais P.cr," Belgium, we arrived in about intended to coer any Johnston. General Martin T. McMahon, riage at that tigo is no marriage at all. lioin that store, from that bank, from "Tlie Sun Hising Tnroush Mist" and "Dido t.mt famous spot A son of cno who was Wichita, Ks., October 2Ji. The Dailv the CollllUOIl In the instructions. Genernl Fitz John Porter, General V. B. tiftv rairnges tbnt scaffolding, to a targ ts for in the battle, and who had heard from h s of reliable informaFranklin, Hon. H. C. Kelsev, and Colonel EarJf is in poesion the "boomers" h ive ket was plncei'7WKKKKKKKKKnv postal cards and sealed that shop, Irom blocks, a few miles Building Carthage," were then of tins out- father n thousand time; the whole scene quiet tcene n few Three Children. Burned to Death. The interment tion to the effect that to shoot at. In defense UMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM critics r uded in the matter that E. II. Wright, of Newark. Ba aril r Rock Hill, S. C, November 1. On Satihe field. away, and there is the secret of that busi- rageously abused man a young author of recited, accompanied us family plot at Tren- ngain made n moVo on Oklahoma. For mittee of tu'ii foimf will take place in the matter; Sunday is chnm-piu- i urday morning a fearful accident occurred ton the same day. Mrs. McClellan has several days pat numbers have !een going sionwas streets. I years, just one year out of There stood the old Hougomont chn'eau, twenty-.ou- r the special delivery days; ness endurance. Ho is s.mply the of con- of tno and scavhed and brok-etorci-ofmonthly Instead of (11 of a homestead lor which he wins college, came forth with his pen and wrote the walls don-eon Miss Elizabeth Culp's place, in York received telegraphic messages fc. Joun-stowith teams and provisions. Such a hail b.wer n dolence from General Joseph airaiigenieiits for bread and wardrobe and edu n'ion and tno ablest and most famous essays on art the Oklahoma District up to date were t Hed aii-- a salvo and shatteicl by grape hot an I mmmmmM are to make County. Perlina Archie went to work in Governor Pattison, of Pennsyl- reached latest advices found a number of at the arsonal. a field, leaving her threo little children. tha ball. There is tho well in which :VW eiy where the business doe not prosperity, and in such La t o 10,000 men that tho world ever saw, or ever will see Storey, the sculp of the W. W. lined with peoj lo aim on in' eldest of whom was five years old, in nl vania: Home: Marquis de Tomgiai, of cattlemen, with their herds, in peuceable For dying nnd dead wer pdehed. There is the "Modem Painters." lesscncers. out lor this service aie fall. Of ten business men whom I bury ti, r?.,L-iu harmonious as at cabin. The house w as discovered on fire, tor, of and many other distinguished possession, but all seemed the "boomers," fixated in li'iit-mav more than allowed by law. Tho nino die of overwork for others. Some 5,ron .n ve.irs this author foucht he ehnnel with the heiub of the infant Chrst a Italy, a pitied tho herders and and when the neighbors arrived the cabin people. uenerai rjnaier jnuceu iue ins between haiiL'es are merely nominal and with fifty scatt sudden d sease finds thtm with no power tntupc nf tl maltreated artist, and alter shot on". Thero are gates at which, for was enveloped in flame3. Although the division of the Nntional Guard at the ser- with uo prospects of trouble. From were crave and llnw er.s wereelnborn ceptions noted the original circular of of in i.rnfiisioii. ."several of "boomers" sixty wnson-Ioad- s and thy a- e gone. L fo for in poverty and broken henrie lnss the many hours, English nnd Frenih nrm'ot doors were open, it was evident that the vice of General McMahon, to act as a mili- to biirro'imlcd the tuinb. Tl mber 26 is still in force. ic-children bad been too terrified to make tary escort, but the offc in compliance daily arriving upon the grounds. Youder were the ltO Rims of iho li.e; blool Jo- blood. Substitution. painter had died and the public tried to! . Rev. W w ere hr.ef n. id a said that Judge Maynard. the prcf- their escape. One of tho children wn3 a with Mrs. McClellan's wish, was declined m ruing, the undo their cruelties toward him by giving rlnglish and the 250 guns of the rrench. one 'cbek At blir lnn.l. if Uiltlllior e. ri.l Sccond Comptroller of the Treasury, is merg infant. The house and children wor j with many thanks. for General McMahon Peculiar Suicide of a Legless Man. hour when slumtui is inot limn errupted bim a bi; fuueral and bur al at St. Paul's Yonder the Hinoverian Hussar; of tlie Pri'sbvtermii t b ir i, nd! Mr. Eaton s successor on the livu reduced to nshe. Orange and came to this city from iriend took out of ihe woods. Yonder was the ravine of Pa., October 29. Joseph H.i.l., of Trento i. tiff- r d prav frvic Commission. The appointincnt, it nnd m st profound, walk a md the dwel-in- g Cathedral, his .. HAUnisiar.o, returned to tho McClellan residence this is.u, v ill tlie houses of the c.ty. Here nnd there a with both legs oil was a large 19,000 pieces of paper conia n:ng oiiamo, wlie'e the Irenca cavairy.no. "jboHee(I fts 0frered to Augustus Sel.oon- A Marvelous Escape From Death. afternoon to make further arrangements. H. Bowman, a cripple, morning hobbled on knees, this repredeclined it. as he expects to bo y u will find a dun light, bscau-- e it is drawings by the old panter. and through knowing tUoro was a hollow in the ground, above the iake, who Potomac ' WiLLiAMsPORT, Pa., November 1. A coal The Army of the funeral. will seud A Servant Vitn a Mania tor Po trio? ofter tcc Westbrook's successor on the Su- - the housthold tus'oin to keep a subdued many weary and uncompensated months, roued over and down, men tumblingtroop, his crutches half way across the bridge traiu outhc Philadelphia and Heading rail- sentatives to the into assorted and arranged them for ublic- ood horses and 1,5 0 PiTTsnt r.r.H. Pa., November 2. Vine Bench of New York State in caso ot light burning, bus mist of tho houses, Tuknton, N. J., October 30. Governor spanning the Susquehanna River here, and road yesterday moruiug crashed into a People say jouu jvus- one nwlul mass oi sun. r.iis, uuoi m k.i. Abbett has issued n proclamation reciting carefully placing hi3 crutches nnd hat on J. White, of Duff's College, this ill's election as Governor. Mr. Coon will from base to lop, nieasdarkas though observation. freight train which wn standing on the tho noble qualities of General McClellan, window-edg- e climbed dangerously Hi at Ins home nftably be the Republican member of tho uninhabited. A merciful God has sent kin in his old days is cress, mis- ing hcrs's ngainst brow and brjastoi cap-labridge across White Deer Creek, and the requesting tho citizens of the State to sus- the dropped oft. His to tho crutches and hat ing of strychnine jioioiiingJMd nnatever ue and colonels aud private .soldiers, . .,, ,Ti( c.nfa forth the archangel of sleep, and he puts antbropic nnd morbid. . span of the bridge giving way, the engine pend business on the day of the funeral, and , , were found half nn hour afterward, and toms suddenH " "'"u " of. the coal train and thirteen cars were bis wings ovr lie cry. JJut yonder is a may do lhat he ought nrt to do. tho human nnd.the beastly groan kept np , some the State militia wear on mnking n search the body was found n taken and ordering unw "i lUU IUOIIIII UI hurled into the. creek below, a dis'auce of mourning for that for six months. clear lUht burn u;, and outside on the he may say tha' he ought until, the day after, all was shoveled him hundred yards below the bridge, along the eatiniT hear llv of a meal against $55,229,490 ill Seplem- - window casement n glas or piicher and whatever thirty feet. The cars and their contents now and his death, he der, becauseof tho malodor arising in tftit Morgan, a domest a letter which Bridget not to say jjoeen island shore. Bowman left exports lor ;epieiii-.SSwere piled on tcp of one another The child, ...m -. disnjipeared. Tim-- , cirl uBBBBBmU value of tho twelvemonths insotvont as far as it hot month of June. "There," uid our c nitnining food for a sick (.aid he was tired of life, and people imtll!s and fireman fell with the engine. For Mint Report. tli was a cripple. of Km uiuel DeRov nt Iho fro It air. has any capacity to pay this author's pen guide, "the Highland regiments lay down posed upon bim becadsehe set in food - tho trn? neu rescued were found to bo uninber :50 exorts i cached $715,poisoning of his "hi Id, a " Washington, October SO. The report jured. Th s is tho sixMi night that mother for its chivalric and Christian defense of on their face3 waiting for the moment to H t $570,551,2C0 in imports. the nurse, jmrv . of the Director of the Mint contains the reSenator Stanford's Scheme. has at up w th tne sufferer. Sho a poor painter's pencil. John Ruskin for spring upon the foe. In that orchard Mar; illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBc nt has apjointe.l W. J.eo with its murder. ece;. to Sixteen Horses Burned to Death. plies from foreigu Governments to the inissLssipni. to bo Marshal for has to tho last point obeyed the physiriii.m T..,r.r. Blood for blood. Sub- 2.5 0 men were cut wi'h p whito Here and convicted of tiie cr San Francisco, Cau, October 10. Senr lips, terrogatories propounded through the De- ator Stanford has given orders to deed in the penitentiary servinj stood Wellington, District of Mississippi; cian's prescrip.ions, not giving a drop too ttitution. Anderson, Ind., November 1. This y of tho District of Coluin- - mus j or to Intie, or a moment too soon or morning the livery stable of Hunt & Pence partment of State, in regard to tho coinage trust his threo Immense ranches, known as fourteen yenrs. Her f, nnd by 'that knoll rote Marshal AVhat an exalting principle this which her case in hand nnu tates Consul at Santos, Brazil. another. Nohing on his sixth horse, five having lweu shot Sho is very anxious, for sho has leads one to suff-productive and monetary affairs of those Vina, Gndley and Palo Altn, for the enfor burned, involving a loss of ;K,000. Sixtoo late. of Indiana, Second same dish The Director estimates the dowment of a university and schools about prove her inuocent, tlni i ch teen hordes were burned to death, and a countries. under him. Here tho ranks of tlie n Rartlett, of Pensions, and who buriel three she Iren wi andilwweeps, each so kindles enthusiasm, or awakens stances now point in nuo' issioner considerable quantity of fed, harness, etc, production of the world to have been to be erected at Palo Alta. The three prays poetic canto, or moves French broke, and Marshal Noy, wPh his ease, and or chimes Cleveland, has by destroyed. Among the horses burned Gold ranches comprise 85,000 acre, and tohis calendar year: during the prayer and sob ending with a kiss of the uations. That principle is the dominant body .slashed of a swoid nndnAiuMninat on Alarming Spread o that Clydesdalo stallion Clvde, valued at iOJ.OOO.OOO, .account of ill health. Mr. ..nil ...i ...v.. in gether represent a value of $3,500.000- - It tho martyr, Btill HIS iaca cuvnnu .....I. nnd silver calculated palo cheek. By dint of kindness sho gets .fie in our religion-Ca- rist fa Penntnr Stanford's intention to make aud tha trotter Vic roy. The latter y wounded during the war Tulono. III., Ni value its coining After Christ the celestial hero, Christ tho de- blcod, tried to rally bis troops as be cried: cases nigh the irdeal. at had a record of 2::m. and his owners hail ie-- f mot tie little ono thr this institution the best in this country or have broken out afresh. ot Fiance ued an offer of J.000 for him. Theinsur-nuc- e at 5115,000,000. This is an increase of about Europe, and the ablest professors from cholera has not lieeu it is all over tl e mother is taken down. fender, Christ the substitute. No new Come and see how a Marshal some parts or. iuai amounts to $0,000. dies on the battlefield.' fuve' sts in, and one principle, for it was as old as human na$1,000,000 on the production of 1SS3 in gold, both home and abroad will bo secured. Brain or nsrvoui g Ladies Shot. now. More than on nnd a falling oft of about the same amount daj- - sho loaves the con vale .cent child with ture, but now on a grander, wi lor, higher, ' died wi hin a few but is a falling off of $4,500,000 in in silver, scale. Putting a Stop to a Fraud. Romance of a Murder. A Hairless Calf. n mot! or's blessing and goes up to join deeper and more cr 29. At six o ClOCK of Crittenden Tow, ' Washington. November 1. In view of gold from the calender year 16S2,in and nn the threo in the king loin of Heaven. Life The shepherd boy, as champion for I.rael, scieMtiflc American. Chicago, October 20. The wifo of Burstiver. neighlxrhooJ per- of about the same amount the increase a Barrasshot and the fact that artificial mineral waters are C tr- ne nHrlcM have ueeu receivca. coin- - ros, who shot Miss Walters and Mrs. Goode, far below $10,000. with a sling toppled the giant of Philis for life. 1 Miss Illion A cnr'oslty m tho shape of a perfectly-hairlesWalters 5' n ago was executed in eighteen countries of in Chicago, states that Miss Walters had enromlinr bcttled tinder the names of in the dust, but here is years ago theie went tine braggadocio About twenty-fou- r cilf was born al Pawnee City, in e. Tho two women numbers tprincs abroad and imported ino this coun- the world, amountinggoldround$),000,000 to before his marriage to herself received at David, who, for all the armies Neb., in the middle of March last. The homes hundreds of thouand in nearly $100,000,000 in orby R. G. forth from ur do battle for their coun- another retry, the Secretary of the Treasury has Forty Bodip ot churches, militant and tri impbnnt, animal is well formed nnd apparently iii of men to United States tentions from her husband, and that, in dered customs officers to refuse free entry silver. As heretofore, the Of both metals. venge for his preference for another, Miss or toll into deHo Agency. Barras sands And the poetry of war soon hurl tw-is quite hnsheentha largest COiner New York, Stry. a to mineral waters which do not bear sent ner an anonymous note like ptrfcet health, but its skin only Walters y night by Dun & Australia. pnug from The coinage of pold Inthat of the United charging had her husband was untrue to await the complf an I left ihom nothing bu the ter feat, the crash ot his brazen armor the owner of th hair. It is a male, we'ghs over that Abraham ,itory leniarks about in an explosion at Hell Gate. which they come, showing theni to he gen- $1,500,000' less than Russia was within her, which had so maddened him as to U. S. an apThey waded n d rible tiro-e- . sacri- two hundred pounds, States, and that of last night at the uine uutufal mine a! water. cause the tragedy. I. They will be T.iey slept; in snow banks. They had, at God's command, agreed lo pearance or horns. So far as can be $4,000,000 of it. Germany coined nearly himself in mud. are rumors that a cut feet tracked the fice! bis son Isaac, and the same God, learned, t. e e is nothing iu its pedigree $14,000,000 and Great Britain over $11,000,-00hment. Miss Walters ma i died till their of the prevent theopera,' Broke His Neck. Four Children at a Birth. In the coinage of silver, Mexico was Thoy were swindled out of their just in time, had provided a ram to account tor this departure from the the right ear, and earth. der ait old law. Cincinnati, November 1. Charles Kel- but little behind the United States, having on moit not fit thicket as a siiosmuie; out uere is R. I., October 28. Mrs. J. Providence, type. Both of its progenitors t immediately over tho honest rat ons nnd lived $25,000,000. The silver coinage of Isaac, bound to the altar, and no normal ler, a butcher,who rooms on Fmdlay street, coined was only $13,?00,000 a very large Frink Gilmore, of No. C Lawrence street, shorthorns. Should this i were taken to the hos- forndoir. Uliey hud jaw- all fractured, Thanks1 India the sharp edges of Iterat- vrers pure-brewas found lying on tho ground under his decline from the coinage of that.country of gave birth to four children this morning, extinguished, and limbs shot band arresti re entertained lor their and unique animal survive, it would be n Washington, No window with his neck broken, at eight water ion and death, and the universe shivers ma ter of considerable scientific interest Hrs of yeare. but all died within four hours. Tho . groans at o'clock this evening. It is thought that he recent v was arrested, but will aw ay. Thousands them cried lor mother is doing well, and the father is dent has issuel hi: H( tion of the affair. It is said as they lav ding on ihe field the and quakes and recoils and to keep track of its descendant;, in order snt in the window and went to sleep. The making expenses by charging ten cents for aside the 2Cth dny of is thi result of au old got it no. They the horror. AU good men have for cen- to determine whether th's apparently acafter t ie battle, and deceased was married but his family reside public thnnksgiv trying to toll what this suba view of tne bodies. Five hundred people of In Germany. vo-om sick and received no message turies been invokes the observa n cidental variation is capable ot transmisCincinnati, October 30. Tb steamer visited the place stitute was lika, nnd every compari- sion or whether It disappears with its . people of theland the from their loved ones. They died in barns, son, luspir-George S. Dana was barned to the water's anil uiimsp red, tj critic thus distinguishes. Fire Horror in New Yerk. owner of the animal, bushes, in di c es, t to buzzards of the edgo at an early hourjthis morning, about Natural Gas at Thirty one Feet. prophetic, apoHolic nnd human, falls first possessor. Tlie Young New York, November 2. During a fire seven miles above thiicity. The Dana was A rood liorsc st5 HRl julc, wit. irony ami humor: in on their hummer heat, the only attendants Christ was tho great unlike. Mr. J. 1L Bray, has named it Ktinrt. for Greensrurg, Pa., October 29. John the frontier station J e wit of n stupid or vulvar shortly after one o'clock this morning, in the finest on the river, and was K. obs quie. N one but the infinite God Adam a type of Chris because he came America. Long struck natural gas on his farm near Uelciuni. the ridicule of a superior who know i everything, knows the frame building No. 302 East built les3 than a year go at a cost of the As a hor, directly from God; Noah n type of Ciirist, Thirty-sixtfeet, parently with a lo.i street, several persons who at a depth of thirty-onman of the world; irony She was ownedjby the Campbell's here part of Ihe length and breadth llniiKers of KNsinjr Itablcs. were in the building, and who were unable Creek Coal CompanWtnd was on her way while digging for water. Long and n thinker, and humor tho and depth ai d heig.it ot angu'sh ot because be delivered his own family from about to pass the Washington Dispatch. , The numto cscine, were burned to from this city to kawha with a tow of neighbor named Sneeder were down in tho animal suddenly stoj deluge; Melchlsedeck a type ot Christ, t. Ridicule is like n blow ber and names have not yet been learned. empty barges. Norlh rn and Southern battlefields. because ho had no predecessor or sucAmong the visitots at the White Houjo lamp, when an explosion ocwell with a wit like the prick of n Why did these fnthe.-- leave the'.r chillooking old curred, "nnd both were quite painfully not biulpe an inch, cessor; Joseph a type of Chr.s , because on Monday was a matronly like the stinjr of a thorn. Indian Lands to be Opened. of the gas is very ficcrs cauie up to lend burned. The pressure dren anl go to the front, and why he was put to death by bis brethren; Iadv. She was the Ins: of .about ono hunPainter Falls front Church Steeple. the unon the driver took t 'WKKKKmr l,IC plaster which heals all did these young man, postponing the ' Brainerd, Minn., November 1. The strong. a type ot Chris', b cause he was dred Individual collars who filed past Clinton, 111., October SO. "While J. P. turned out that the day. t.art out into t e p obabilities Mnsns of tho Northern Minnesota Indians chiefs from bondage; Joshua a typo of 1 resident. "Mr. President," she said, scaffold country deliverer about seven hundred and agreed to go on Myers, a painter, wiSTrigging a Sale of the Great Eastern at Auction. have held a bsr hamU which the Karens, of Uurmah, arc said to of never coming back? For the Christ, because he was n conquerer; Sam of Dutch tobacco. Con-tho White Earth. Reservations, and allow about the spire of ths, Methodist Church 2S. The Great Eastern, d ed. L:lo for lif. Blood lor blood. London, October hereto-daot Canst, his foot (tipped, aad he fell oi took cordial y,"I see where you kissed n, an excellent method of fceltlinp; a they tyP8 son theland to be thrown open to settleme.it. over one hundred feet to tne o, S ibstnu .ion. Bu wo nee I not go so far. strength to the ground and tho largest steamship in the world, was must now be adueii to between two chiefs. The op-to slay the lions little baby the other day. I just wanttd Special Agent Wallace will send a report for 26,200. again. qualities of the horse. A". ) instantly.. was "What is t nt monument in Greenwood? It bis sold at public auction that you to the Interior Departmont- Kir rauks are drawn up on cither Is lo the doctors w.io fell iu tho S mthem and carry oft the iron gates to say to youPresident mnstn't do it.Uulted JS of tin S3 Impossibility; Solomon, a type You're the a ucen stream. Iwo cliam- A Michigan maiden li:isTe 0I W ere there not of get tne 'i ep ileum-- . What a Name No Wonder He Resigned. W.iy Better Call Ttt Stage in. Double Murderer Hanged. ot his dominion; States, and supposing you should in the chosen, Hague, October 29. Jonkheer Dr. $10,000 damages from tlie Jons, mbeing wa.er, anilimmerse their enough sir k to ba attended in these North- of Christ,type ot fullness becausa of the cholera or the whooping cough, what mail Washington, October 29. The The Carisr, the the tint who ern lntitudes? O'u yes; but the doctor puts Jonah a Grand Forks, Das.. October 30. George stage from San AngelJto Abilene. Texas, P. J. A. M. Yander Does de Willebois has promised to marry her iind.J?Js Here's Something; it's Miller, was hanged this afternoon, it bein? his resignation as Minister of fused to do so. It "s said the es to hrcathc is he'd to be the guilty n few mod cat boo'js in lis valise, nnd strra,ysea in which he threw himself for would we do? aJable-poonfthree times stopped yesterday by two masked men tendered Affairs. and take of others; but put together Dakotn. was rot.hed of al! tk ..neutered mail5. Foreign couquend jiarty. the first legal execution in North the daraajrc larzelfcause and some vials of medicine, and leave? his the rescue Noah and Melcbi-edecall d senses away." i u Jo - .i and On the 25th of Jftnuaiylast the wife and This :s the same sta;feat was halted and Adam and that for three moat is her h and l bore in the hands of other H. Snell, a robbed a few weeks ago by a The German War Department Is im- completely tha tor d that son of" Rey. Moses and Jcshua and Sampson The Presi lent luughe-.fl'he new capilol in uroics of ercc-Ue would on I late; Hi rait train. Be ore he seph and Metho-tis- t minister, living six miles from proving the military establishment and nass milliner. v ndows wilt , and they would took the package, saying that and Jonab, boy. it Atlanta. Ga.. is of the samo gets to infected regions he passes and Solosaon making arrangements to furnish the army 'Inkster, we-- e murdered by Miller, who was direct on. The latt dono-- 'i n quara m mmmmxui arrhitceture as that of thu cani- - crowded tie regular and extra, no . moke a fragment of of aC ri;t,-, or the follow the gave a parting grip, an i went rn employed by Mr. Scell tow ork on hi farm Foi'R oodies have'.fceen recovered from with the latest improved rifles. It has also ins in- - t'Afc7 ' " CbrjaChrist, the ha t Wash'ngton. The building is to taking the railed and of forage and r affrighted popula-tonthe river ot East Sa'giuw, where a bridge ordered an increased supply changes, will ft.i ng in a city over which a ter of a part of a Christ. He forsook a out under the teief lhat she had saved feet long and '2T1 feet at tho rations, which, with other Country up rs ur rnillioBtb Business Emasrassmer.ts. i ivti H broke and let sixty pople into the water, render necessary an extra expenditure of tne center a greaf. horror i b noding. Ho goes from throne and sat dowu on his own foois'ool. tho President's Iif- nuft evervtli u r I o:u a e ucpin. business j and several otberar?oupposed to be in 30,000,000 marks. New1 York, October Jto.Ttie t0 t,,e bot" frcm a d r.so to a of 'J4U feet. couch to couc i, lP r a church-festi.i- l, .if pulse and study- He cbm ell breJ.nd failures occurring throughout h tountrv Besides einailpox Montreal is aft! feted n Youiiir i ol t v ad to B8Ki'iation, and changed a circum-- f ' A baker is generally very cake.-- XiMontreal's almost during the Infet pveu da; .. num1 er f r the ing hymp oras and piescriblng day after torn of raphic for a ciicumference in social life always takes the expenses with counterfeits shot for snipe' S9- day, night a Lad ln latilt eren'ce .". or a tecaae t ii!nl.:j'ixijr daiiy Wh.V.vHW Unitrd States 174. and rlr Ctn . JivltpenitnU t?r night, until a fellow Six iaeue of snow fell in some paitj of for a sliu; Uiuo. OHM waited pn by angels, now tuut total of 'JfJl. as coinpurvd ": b IU la&: . will :i,fl. an.t i and fiuni.--h cop e on tue UOlu.- "Dogior, you had better go Ontario V needed WSsjer. 1CJ tne week prvjsus, Tveek an iM tialvtslon L'ic. - conies from Bel-grad- e, r Detroit," Mich., At 2 s .HHHft cio lBi 1 R-- -- I I ,i,j Vj- toUlrlllXanjlletjinhVt0, sr.-- -- tC Sfftamily. home and rest; you ifK miserable." But hissed at by brigands. From afar and ho can not rest whil&iBany are suiter- - high up, ho "came down; apist mo eori. ing. On and on, uauoB"norning finds swifter than thy; by starry throne'', him him in a deliriumjjju wh c ne talks of self more lustrous; pist larger worl Is to horn?, and thon rW)j.andyS he must go smaller worlds, down stairs of firma-niMi- t, pat!U Ho is told and from cloud to c'oud, and and look after to lie downto' bd flgtCjiis attendants ihrculi the tnetops nnd into the cam-l'- s until he fallback, and,j weaker and stall. To thru it his shoulder under O'tr wonker, aiMdiestfojpple with whom burden and taie the lances ot paia away from through hi vital, he wrnpo 1 himself in his fantffniiJs'uWy pui away in a all thragonio4 wh eh wj deserve for our tomb, afand only nnd stool on tho snilliu: the misdtiigs, fitraigF ot oagrewspaper ship, amid thi line decks of a wr.-cjinfifth p"art set, an I tells us of- - his fsjcriflre, his name drenc'iing sur. of the just mentioned amojj five. Yet he has i .....t...) .H?.i. .:..!. . ... ... .rtn.....n; . n....l tho oui-he-d the furthestlheight ot sublimity I wild bea.ts ot i rey, and stood a.i..vj4-.ii- point '.UV.U..ICUU1. ...i r..r...f in that three wesktf,oT humanitnr.'.N.i ser ...1..... nil An4i.i.. fl.l.i JItrli.U. U.fSfc .. coes.straigfct as an arrow to the i charged ah Juni zr onca, wi h thoir koeu vice. Ho : . who fatd: 'I wa? sick, and fano-- s our sub ti u t. i liosom ot uiu oj -"When did attonifj or onJ'iro soi.iiict life. Blood for ro tsiUd nW"- la for a pauper client, or physic an for ihe Vb ood. SuIist1(MIau. i,n leg roioMion I S3e t7ie same puti-nin tl.o Inziretto, or mother lor tho a ce. In 1840, Wm. child in membranous croup, as Chris p itic!ple ot ud id io'ic negro, ns, ami Cdrist for you, nnd C.nsw for mo? 'Freotnan, & was at Ana or child '" on trial for mur- - Shall any mau or wo'iiansultot-tn-l in tinsNess audience who hasA'er for an- .'. 0U hehadjprtlir'!l'jjijfar I - t -- tr - "W.-- The ul rain-stor- m y I ni-n- ns Frey-ciu- et 'v after-cabi- glit-teri- n. I SJ.-N- ews h j thi-ou.-- 1W . j ai-l- o, i 1 -- I Frev-cme- t. liu-ban- ds pail-beare- rs bert-ave- - so-.- se Un"-sel- I rougli-hewut n del-cnti- on -- highly-colore- st head-over-hee- ls - 's -- K v g - to-da- y l-- pall-be- Tj-le- Fel-low'- .s A- o --- tUegggggggggggggggggg Vn ) ri-n thep-incip- al i n. '.L. iiiawr LdK kPtk .M IH iVTl ar 1 eh (Jk 1 1 , - ... n-- ei Bjz-Joh- n bu-ine- I - y mmmmmmmmmmm J, I7i v i t. r rst-cla- t J n -t iHTi' .wHI cin-i.o- tH n ! - j s - sl.-lilll- wra-ile- J. c ll-'- d to-da- - old-tim- e . : tin-bo- x J , , foot-pat- h, 11 .laystV ' t-- r - Jm. I fHLh--- ,o "V, . '" o. I ,- - Ed-g- s. T 1 o, s Pie-side- fl, - well-know- L,B HHHk"s7 ceTV nsKS world-resoundin- g s c - van-Uhr- t.l dos-tituti- knee-dee- p clos-station- 0. j 4HHBIv Hl uu-oth- er d ej-e- s d. to-da- y. " tow-bo- at stwo-stor- y h 40,-00- 0. to-da- y e now-wo- w y, to-da- y m m 'l amfv.. :wm Jn n-g- e 1 .tU) ylVaiiii(ls. d ovau-,-iw-ti- th s mar-riair- e Pre-ile- nt P bal-sa- -- it'1 k eleven-year-ol- d C sixteea-v"1"-ol- d pf -- 1 tr-i- us, .1 m a-i- ?. -- i -- 1 iseted : cs-B- I 4KL' .lm. -- Km hi-m- le dia-hnl- lc . A 3.-- J? iii -- nn ,Mr,"-.- .' . k v. st: - J i j mMM& A CHALLENGE X2 DECLINED. Worlds Cold rinjrer or Scorn Preferable to a Dozo of Leaden Pills. T, K-0- i BkAZISE KUD-HOSir: Your letter invitim; mo to spill com i you was iluclly received. Acting on "in tho advice of jhiy friends and disnardmi; the THE BITER BIT. pmjcreSf my enemies, Lnmke li.ite to de- IIor n . to Winner mijij- - n Caliio cline the invitation. lofTwo I.otterlr. Hut I do not want you to attribute mv It vac j..i,?hVloct. At the corner ot declination to unworthy motives. I am the street ayuuns man was walking ui and acting for what 1 consider jour be-- t sood. i down, wilt and manner betr.ued ISeilect a moment. Think how your mind ' impatience. He appeared to be wading for " somebodv Fmni time to time ho glanced approach jU, it his watch. A yousi? iu.irri:its i.VTiiK couxtky. am? tie :s rled to nwot her. III Iii.ttrous i:mu!.itlon or lllutrloiM "Good evening M"". How lou? you P.ron.iK-- t A Happy riiMlr. have ki.pt me waiting! I was alratd .someIln Klvo Scenes.! thing serious IiS3 happened to you. I've " I. bouie good ucws for jou v Tle pair walked together, 'he girl exprcsfn treat curiosity to know what the good ncus was. "The dragJi:: of the lottery in which wo each ho:d a ujkettook placo thib morning itar j ,ft0??the refreshment we'll piny aealn. ami tnelnext uiaa who cheats we'll shoot out iiis oilier e&" It is neitlless to . . Htta hint tll. flllik.iivi.il ijn.i mat with tins btl ...VU..WJV.I man pl.-Liodujj game t!o rest of that a m'suu j Tin iic tinned, THE COMMONWEALTH. LonUYllIe I.car Tobappn ?!.. ' . I ct V X Wty '. zii:.",,v ACV 7r? V , -- 5$S t T rf ' jokiiu. ., "It's no joke. I have seen tho official list, and 1 knowtliere is no poiblo mistake. We are rich. We can start In business with a portion of the money, and leid a (U.i'Iitfu! Hfi's And the lvt of it is wn need not nostnoiie'our wedding anv longer: but what is tlia .Eiatler? Whj aro you so or mine:'' jj "Vour ticket Ins won. You have got it J't, haven't It:' "Ytl've cotdon'tshe replied. dilTereuco "Of course, tt make any -- one hundred and fifty sr.ued in asHJiiiaiiiiii-ii- i amenover. Slie tint not know whether she wa- - to believe him or not? She supped he was "And u "And?" iitfou-n- The general aspects of the market haye aot varied very materially from those of previous weeks m October. There have been some alterations in tne, the of the week being rather irregular first half and easy, and the second half steadier, and more active. The condition of things has left something to be desired by both buvers and sellers, and neither has eained anj; important advantago over the other. The demand has ben hardly adequate to mam-tai- n a firm tone in all grades, but no material changes in prices have occurred ir gI , onj-though the sales continue to run 2X per cent, larger than corresponding averages of Inst year. Two or threo grades of dark and heavy tobaccos, including moduun to Kooa leaf and fine leaf, aro about 50c higher, and fino grades of Burlay tobaccos, including common lugs up to medium, nre 25f330c lower. Bright lugs in theso categories have been exceptional, ruling firm. Good nnd fine leaf hav developed no new features. The general situation has, therefore, undergone no important modifications. thr L'ntnil nri7n nf "We quote ISSi tobaccos as follows for nackages: thousand marks." arm-in-aifuli-weig- ht Jlarhel. prelirainn. have breakfnst.st pjfir, kept by an Irislinlj live. It was a nisi o with a Gtf, not a success in a thouch a found an anbarras i As low-castpre-Knnha juncN Everything' nie iarthest possible disorder, Uirt and d pnetios of a "hov I ho lloor of tho " tered with tier roaches travc mysteiiou- 'realism" of the sut toe of the most popular sonirs of "Sinfrfisonrr Sixpence" is" as old as tho afxteentli entury. "Three Blind Mice" is found Tin a music book dated 1CC9. "The Frooand the Mouso" was licensed in 1580. "Three Children Sliding on the Ice" dates from 1633. "London Bridge is Broken Down" is of unfathomed "anti"Girls and Boys Come Out to quity pla" is certainly as old as the reign of Charles II.; as is nho "Luey Locket Lost Her Pocket," to the tune of which tho American Song of "Yankee Doodle" was written. "Pussy Cat. Pussy Cat. N re Have You Been?" is of the age "f Queen Bess. "Little Jack Horner" s t.lder ihau the seventeenth century. Chicago Herald 'SXlin are verv ancient. - PiKE'sTooTnAcnEDnor--s cure In I minute, 23o Glenn's Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies. 23c. Geiuiax Coiin Heuover kills Corns & Bunions. EPITBEUOMA! OR SKIN CANCER ..wa t- Tate all tho Kidneys and Liver Tafco all the Blood purifiers, Take aUinalL Have r bar In tho river nnd a bar on shore the same name because water is scares in both places? Boston Budget. Medicine, Take all tho Rheumatic remedies, Take all the .Dyspepsia and indigestion - in tEis ti? :: s?s.iX..m"i,.,L ??r Take all the Ague, Fever and bilious Take all tho Brain and Nervn forea Tabo all tho Great health restorers. ' short, tako all tlio best qualities of all these and Uie best Qualities of all tha bet medicines is the world, and you will find that Hop Bitters hae the best curative qualltiei and powers ot all concentrated iu them, And that they will curo when any or all of these, singly or comldnah Fail III! specifics, cures, 1 TRADE iVgjfjMARK. nI?t?LMLnn?irthi?S ?egl,n ,0 Ta?En.Dlootl and SWa . and the In 1 DIf eae mallod free 8varined4 linen of tl erv tlmt for a mont with raw J which sr other. and cf tlmir oroai Hut. del i" this The OOflj fa .or gun thit-- Trash Common hie? Medium lugs Good Iurs Common Irar Med it tn leaf. Good leaf Fancy leaf M Dark mid Hear?. Vlt 4 50 .. h 00& 5 50 ft t.Vtf 6 23 . . Obt. 7 30 . c 'in, 9 30 10 OOf&H Zh . 4 f3 :.VU 4 00 t 3 73U Ilurleu 4 around' The ginveyard insurance compan- esof reijiislviinui have been sucnoodPfl f a new kind of enterprise, in which poiie holders arc divided into hJasses of live hundred members each. heneera birth occurs in the fnmilv ka member tho other members in tho (.tss are assessed twent--fivcents r,ncl I his would cive a fund of 91i5. 10i of which goes to the beneficiary Kind S2i ti. the eompanv for collecting. itc. - Pti x'lelnhia Pram. --- Trte from Opiates, Mmetles and 1'oiton. - tttmnltitoln SURE. PROMPT. tue SAFE. PCP mzln'Si'jg t A thorough trial will givo positive proof of this. annus A.Tocrtrn roBLTiaonE.?iD, e irfc feff s ?& V:v-- Five years ago I broko down with kidney , 'irfurJiLiZaifidJi a 1 Cna Tirs" rWnnmf and liver complaint and rheumatism. . ,Z!''F'P..f'&StCfl ALL . Since then I havo been unable to bo about maSn."c,.'L'F'u,V,i tu W1UI l " 'Jjoiet at ail. My liver became hard like wood; elrcalatlon CtSSv1 "sln-forSi,:tlne- EstAtlUhertS rears. tVnduatScJnU my limbs were puffed up and tilled with lift IS5.',!?-- . Stnitor am.1e cony, with prminm EHCRAVINC CO., Si Wwaltttoa SU, t Ul"S7u2 Hardened Liver. AM ' 13 0115 50 i'1 s 8 V '11 m 13 501 ' Ooi U' 7 ) 5 OOil 6 23U 7 U . i 23l 4 fl 50 u Lr-Th- ere 17 lhen.i i Lincoln split rails. Gladstone hews tree .rcoly chopped worxl. BlilTers will retire io uio country ana do likewise. would le harrowL--1 by ic norse' should you lay low In death this mighty brain. Picture to yourself how, oft in the stilly night, von would kick the clothes olf the bed and groan and grit your teeth and scare jour wlte into convulsions. Imagine how embarrassing it would bo for you to be seized with the nightmare and fire a large charge of buclohot into tho clothes hor-and then wako uu and see-- not my noble ghostly featurcs-b- ut a gapping crowd of curious neighbors and your cold, bare feet and ihahalnllc toilet hen I first received your letter I said to myself; "I'lljio hangwl if I don't light," but when I remembered that I'd bo shot if I did. I concluded to not act in the hasty manner of the amateur duelis, but to reason calmly with jou. Your unreasonable determination to fill mj svstenr full of jagged vacuities would if persisted in cause jou to feel the bitter pangs of remorse till the day your hair would abscond. I would bo sorry to learn, howeer, that ion had purchased a braci of pistols in anticipation of polka dotting my lungs with slugs. IJut if von h.n-.tiii premature step J will see that ou lose i nothing by it I have a verv line Confederate muA-e- t which I will give jou in exchange for tho pistols. llns is stretching mv zenerositv a ru deal, but I am willing to sacrifice something in order to secure ie.ice. I hereby repeat my statement that I refuse your challenge from purely charitable motives. 1 am a bad people in a duel. Look e, i tni.-..- n thrce-uiule-pow- er , "v)t I was justfthlnking. Von have not told me whose ticket won tho prize, vours Wrrllnurotit Iipim. There has not been such a crop of appW in Kentucky for years. They jell deliveied in towns at forty cents per bushel, or tho grower will allow the buyer to gather an i pick at thirty cents. There will be n vast nmount put up. e.c) deti of tori lot Colonel Johx B. Wathes, of Lebanon, recentlj- - nppointed Indian Trader at the Brule Reservation, has resigned on account of Dick Griffi.v, hunting near Sideview was killed by tho accidental discharge o. of Hf his gun. iiur up The Rev. Sir. Barnes, the Kentncicv HatpM mountain evaugrlist, who has been living in Eugland for a year or more, has joined the wiicj English Church. Jacob Kuh.v, clothing manufacturer, Tim In.t" Kl'lflS, Louisville, has assigned. How is il el John Spexce, a colored boy of eighteen, shot and killed John Simmons, another ne- mora and 1g, gro, near Henderson. will sunnosv' AT the great religious revival going on in ness, that itsu Danville, five services are held daily, and ; the people are zenerallj- - worked up to a lit'ht has yet'!? high pitch of religious enthusiasm. pay 2. IS on lin of an , J100. that the tim ll Agitation-fo-r a new Capitol at Fiank-foinir and cla' Is grow ing very active. shall bo less a.0 Six hundred recent convert of the Mun or furiosi th.inJi7 ribbon movement at Frankfort, uuder Mr. uui in npi'ii iiv rr. as nearly instantar Dick Vaxck Instantly killed Ram cctt in a desperadoes' tight, at Carr's Fork, 011I1 nnrl lnf tl'lio?''! Knott County, the otner day. N'o nrrests. little instant of time r9?een. anything: is m iuC? ' i Ou the same day, and in the same locality, a man named Branm was killed to perceived in that frapir us if motionless. Alfijv njj get away from Federal oilicers. Be.ny Wehb. nged oleven years, na'i me street arepiiiuiea v :A nt his right hand crashed off in a sorghum A trottinrr horse nia ne of its four lees in the ! mill at Water Va'.lty. tho monieut when liv'i K Four of a famih- - named Ros tno Ground. A man lo! father, a .son and two daughters died of pole may be picturfj flux in Gravea County. eiseiy in the positiNew corn is selling atii.25 per barrel in nears at the hib Christian County seems ret Mr. Thos. D Ston-e- , of Milburn raisea But this s three pumpkins 'bis season mat nggregat-e- d its putters 337 pounds. humau i;ion The cemetery at Frankfort ni never in th li'lit is better condition, so far as the walk su i arhiss will a thous: shrubbery e concerned, but some the hensible persons are continually cb p a sin: th Boone in nument. It has Keen defaced dur.ng tha last few rno: :hs and sioii o. is moro "romance" than Ltical good e'nse in tho marriage of irirl of "scarcelv seven- Bmtn-- u aitl)nh wed a millionaire consent. It is robbing Lr pan-ii- t In r bin bright to deprive her of franco to know what young ladj- Jinst'm Herald. jcans . term dude has grown to be a k misnomer in the interior cnun- v.Ptltlli'kv. If :i vnnnrr man Rs shuts in .MeCratken Count . ' - &a '2tts&zm. iftZAN 8EM 1 fVSSS' wasSs? 3 "?& 137L WSiSJ'i. 3tSvT- OThe ''ft BOTERS' OUIDE U Srpt. and ainicti, Tar. nlr 258 imK"i Ilij lncliti, 1th ovrr tlluittratioua s IMctnrr Gnllrrr-. water. All Uie best physicians agreed that nothing could cure me. I resolved to try Hop Bitters; I liave used seven bottles; the hardness lias all gone iroin my liver, tha swelling from mv llmln nmi if hie a miracle in my case; otherwise 1 would uavu ueen now in my crave. J. W, AIoiiev, Buffalo, Oct 1, 1SSL .,vrij - ?. x Cures tuf uunus ritlCE.r FIITY .lfU. in t0czli.u (.Mixiwi$iu? PnUfK. T fltrt'f Neuralal. lafth. llndatbr, TMlLulr, Sprml.s Rheu-natis- ..) (ltltl tW? atlt! . UIM1 if Jl Tl T4J MVttlO fit, he 11a terrible dude. If he is Dang his hair they'd kill him. 41 J tfc 1 IV. "lit lUt rjt' boar made a pcreistcnt at- to filler the house of a Mr. Rus- rin . niish, flU'., the other niplit, was uusiiccveaful. The occupants Id no gun, and were compelled to wait "uietl until bruin gave it up and went Way. . N'o w hjlack worU a a ? a Orvan u l'tac AC l r i l nj f fst u t At Iho Ntiv "tricar. K,osl tlnn, it ins r tjr w i it rrU a e'rain of orr in 1 Ac Ttcil ami m 1 ui'm A Ha i v tb but maanfactsrers Uio BBfft 'job. I!firctrallr-MONTGOMERY WARn Jt nn 22Tjfc 22JJ W ub3h Atenup, caicasc. 111". an,. n..nn . . nri A it if "" . - DLao?HUUaiiiiiiil aii j -ha"--flntf Whulriale Price to tonnu.nrrs on nil good pcttonal or family hmt. Telia liovfor to OTtr, and (;lit rxact coat of cttrv. thing yon ue, et, drluk, Htnr, or lnvr fminllli. Tliese ISVAU'ABMJ BOOKS tnntniit liiforntotlon gleaned iVom (be luurl.rti of lite At o rid. AVe will inn II a copy FREK to miy biioii recriit or 10 cti. to defray czpexae of mnllln. Let u hear from r nd-dre- . J tT w. ""M .,.... !. ueoi. poverty ana. ""u iiii foJdoJi't.' Cau,td br "ck ram'" nJ "wire ofl 1 w" comclctrly dlAconrased. nntUTone yer an bytheadTleoof mypiator. 1 Vovertu anil Suffer itui. ita rooimenced lib Hitters, and In one month we were all well,using noo and " uay;nce,ana i want to say 1 in T.lrr."' il-n- 7 sa r.,.i " .." "" """ uuviur a u wi ,. 'rOMML'to tlMMt call Ifsr If when rou ln for Hoo DItteralhr At unrfhlnn n ,ieUr'a HiKnTCHnL rawjgStvjartn RUG MAKER? ionaiiyDK SUC3IXE or by SS Awonlsr band. lv hrcslnzOCA DI Casy,slmplb BSfltcps faacinatlnc. Send ttamp lor nn W. ewFrpLUtP. V3nted Great Inducements. No moc?y nwnlred. ftettpLin. JKcwmtvi-- T&rncranTelaO n rt. i, ciaairi, frames cr rtt nn. drnmrfat h.ir ., l'.fuHui.i. ot Hop on hlte label, ahnn that drurisi TiN bosuvatatt. Indict him for the fraud and eue him for fiK?31?? r.Kne "wlna,e' "1 w win reward yoa Se 0 8. Oiurt Injunction against C. D Warner. Ueadlnir. Mldu and all hla alemen and auentfc Urugslsts. and other Imitator, take wtrnlnu UOP BITTEKS M'rQ CO. t 5nn E3rt!rrltn J xU7 m TO A SQUAUE IXCH. ISM AVi SJ m lollnrentloa It rixn ATiQitr ff I. Arr'T lor territo-- r K3ES5S S, AGENTS JNO. C. HCITTC0..2l!ltUK6tLlUU6U. TWO GOLD MEDALS. teul bn It5our0-a!rr( -- ... ...:. c pved creat reformer probably ever w as not generally esteemed rboiCo rcrsistcncv, even in tho best of rases, is wearing ou the patieuco tad way Jtftttw, ho "Our remedies aro Soruo I'r.ink Confessions ! iit p ni'SSU ar I w.notLecolf I r aeofcr'tx-IeciFRER. C'EJIEM CO., Qloueesttr, n 'mi ISSi S PIANOS-ORGA- NS Thedraa-- 1 fct rfteixproTM MASO.V &: IIAA!-I.1Jri.V.MlN 3 nan to larj.e that a second addition to the factory hia hecmne Imperative. Do not a Pl on th rftnlfonftiiy e a n.ti-- h C p.ifntctn prcialUrewrc r.olt Catalogue, free. to uou. tor Ui styie oi j C&stu Eaty nts. or Kc; ed. T -tn mmi sris;j vmmtfflP Mcuihif ZSjk $zSgr 1I7 rf Those Discs represent the TCElf tfTtw!b. i.i MASOH & HAMLIN ORGAN AND FIAfiO COMPANY, tax-paye- rs rt DHfTers bechi to think it u nn nnnn n.,. tion whether chopping wood will make ono a great man. II. which ticket won. Wo love each othei. Our interests are identical 1 am glad II was jour ticket that won." "I don't think jou aio In any huny about our marrjing," said Laura. "A re you In earnest?" "Certainly, I am in earnest You havo not been in a hurry heretofore. You have always been postponing our wedding for one reason or another, and now I am in no nurry myseii. ow mat 1 am rich I can afford to wait l!ich people like me can atford to indulge in luxuries and in some instances is a great " single-blessedness trj-iu- g cr .. 'H luxurj-.- "Hello I where has that log gone, waj any- - A man Insulted my mother-In-Iaaud then aiwloslzed. I did not mind the Insult; any man, with tenienty cnouzh to insult my mother-in-ladeserves a Victoria cross. But I could not stand the apol-oIt took his second two hours to scrape my antagonist's shattered feet off of the hind legs of a cow in the next field, and the next day some little girls out berrying discovered a generous slice of duelistic diaphragm, with a acaut hole clear through the northeast quarter of it, hanging on a section of snake fence. Ever since I have been pursued by the canker worm of remorse and my creditors. I am unable to enjov my meals. You say that If I do not light you will give me away in the papers and havo the world point the cold finger of scorn at me Dear bo I would nuVer have the world's cold finger of scorn pointed at me all my life than to have the cold barrel of your tainted at mo for eiiht and w gj at my record. w "Laura, do jiot talk so frivolously." "Talking frivolously is another Juvurv I can atrord." The young man looked at her reproachfully, and he said, slow ly : "You know my only objection to our marriage at an early day was our lack of money. It was more on your account than on mine that I suggested delay, but now that the obstacle has been removed I am ready at an time." "But I am not," replied Laura, almost defiantly. "Now that 1 think over it, it occurs to me that we would not bo hannv together. For a marriage to be happy the contracting parties should be equal in social status. Now that I am rich jou would no longer love me for myself alone, but for my wealth. 1 will want to mingle in aristocratic societj. and naturally I want a hus- uuiiu who na.s similar tastes, lour tastes are low and grovelling. The best thing for us to do is to part You had better look for a suitable wife among tho lower classes," and Laura glanced at him contemptuously. "Ish dot sor replied tho young man with mock solemnity. "You had better V. a-- u-- ist unless inclosed by a high iron f e i e w s soon be tejoud recognition as aw rl ot The lrge at Harper's r. . ng mill. iNewnort, twenty fett in diameter ar tons, buisf tbeoth weiuins twenty-twmorning with a loud leport, striking terror to ttiose emplcyed in the mill. Toe vi e was making eighty revoiu'ions a n. uto when tho accident occurred, and larc pieces were thrown a sreat istauro. or tne rosny working in the vic.m: r.t 0 man received a scratch. The treak wil, cause a'sujpeosioa of work for sme tw week. Rev. S .M. Htlji. Baptist minister, died at bis home in Spe.-.rthe other day Uobekt Clav was arci'Ientally shot and instantly killed bv George Honley, while buntiuz, near Lexington. Eli Spradlivo was found guilty or killing his uncle, at Pilc Knot, and sen'encd to the penitentiary frr lifo o s art. "k iiJHb n of d; esi Tl ton r a Li ills at Mulor, wl tni'U rau oft' man's clot hi the la ot t to as a inanne Adniirnl IWii that herhiisl'anil luurdtr, "ho returff Ion jc Kept a public Trxhune. ti-- .L. Tr iV hmii er nknia tnk, hxwmn zmzx . flAr.vr.11 "JlO - B 1 B. H. DOUGLASS A SftH Wcntino Mott. '"Wo havo multiplied diseases." Dr. ritUEh, Phila lulphia. for Coughs, Colds an Bore Throats, an " lhou-a- o is are nnnnally slausrhtoreu in Alleviator ot Consumption, and of great the sift room." Dr. Frank. uencnt in moat cases of Dyspepsia. " The spseiice ot medicine is founded on (EEVA1E0? IMITATIONS.) tho result of yenn.' experisne. conjoc:nre, improved by murder." Sir. rhey are compoandicg over in AstT - toupt-r- , JI D. liclalt prlro 15 cent OPamusaiDlE3. nil. p, r quarter pun "lho m dical practice, of tho present FOUttALCUV VLL. dav U neither philos"phical nor romtioii spusl-.Dr. Evans. Edinburgh, Scotland. io mrz health thk unnn ! ef kwt is omir. Pr. Dio Lewis, who abhors drugs as n rule and practices lngiene, is frank enough, however, to say over his signature "it I found myself tho victim of a serious is a care far Lirer Coip.&mfA anrl flTMnjv... kilooy trouble, I should use Warner's safo i.r i' r;nu cmo r iO on ae ijrer, M Iypn. piA,(Viras,,p?1t!nn euro bee iuse I am satisfied it 13 not injuriBiliu ne. Jaund Heoche Alalftna, Rhi nmattsin. Jt wguLales the bowel? ous The medical profession stands help-1pm tho presence of more than ono such FAr,1IUV ANJNVALUABl-m .n. fT mi - - MEDICINC. ma'adj " ISIMllK.d.T V.IIJ.TI L ' Ititci'iSScrt. : r.irt rATJOS An oil proverb saj-sIf o person dies wdhout tho services '.t n doctor, th'n a coroner must ba called in and n jurj- - empaneled to ininiro and determine upon the SATISFAOTQRY EVIDEHCE. ucausc of death; but if a doctor attended ' (. . t J W Graliai,. tb-of caso, no ccrouer and jury are wr e , ,.e bo lv knows v. In tho per- - IIVI.l.-- harA IK AM 'OT i it r. U1LMAM ded as o II OS for ii 1.1 mosualai li r .Vc hcui Ih raid. 'In ' (ip i - ni ' Hi u r f r rourn, I h1 t n i u unreliable." Dr. opposite sides of 1 wSsvws F?W 146 Wabaah Ave., Chicago, Bc3tCuchSrui la tinift CURtS WHtEE III. Often, sickness leave the little child tn such a condition that it can not assimilate hearty foods. Snch at one ahouid at once commence the uaeof Klde'a Food as x dally diet. It will soon reatore the dlzestlva organs to their normal condition, and wtU give all needed atrtngth. AQ drngglsta sell it. and some grocer. Put up la four sizes S3 cents, and upwards. Caiticauiu C'wuh 3roig Jri LJ4 ffj All USE FAIIS. Tastes cood. by drcsfrist.". ST Ue V 18 Un Rnna fn Hut Off Hnrccc1 U snee itv I1U IIWVV IW WW1 VII llWIUWtf II TUIIWWI nM Ce,fl;ratfU I.II'JU" ma , pie inner oci c frce.oarecei,; .f M. SoUbtal Saddlery. Hawr and lUrea? Dralert bnrtai i!seunt taihc f r Ir!fItJt Trade. rT",-oJ U i.IGUTIIulaE.Hoctl-.er.il d 3 I VjBb "i. Jlllnnd Ttltllil.i: Coiiil.inc csn not be n'pprd oy any hore. " rcii'ti rani JFV1-1- JjL Ss M HFV Portable and 8ta- tinnHrv Infatuat ed PrtcB Uit Free. When I iay cure 1 do not man merely to atop loam fur aj time and thenhtva them return again. I mean a rad'eal core. have mad the dlajaa cf FITS, LPILKraY er FAIXISU arndr. lwarrant ray remedy toesra a life-Iotb won; cut). Vecaa9 others hare failed li no reason foe Sand at onca tor a traatlaa and nit Dftwracitlilni-arore-. lire Ilottlaofur loUUIMe remedr. ti!r Eipr,an.Ht OSca. It coata yoa nothlni; for it trial, and I wtU ear too. Address Dr. IL 0. BOOT. Isj Ftarl St. riawTorsv CURE FITS! , si AW r E l- IaAXEagUQliirgY irandrp.-il- ndEHCJMES X I.I. haf M If CO.. A f V Speakers. Dlalojues. Gymnastics. Fortune Tellers. X Dream nooks. Denatea. Letter Writers. Etlr)uclte. ctc. Dick A. Fitzoi-bald- . AnnStNew York. 13 If nCCCD Tolitrolneethem.wewll-Dlt- lUrrCrCa OrVBAWAYl.oCOiwirant on OirUntf WashuikT Uachlnea. If you w omoaal swul us your name. P. O. and express once. The National Co., so ceytit..r,.x ESD for free Catalogue of Doolca of Amutemcnta. is R. U. AWARE THAT Raoitlifti bamnle usauiliui RED ldress to X r. Lorillard's Climas Plug consldereil T. on Cotton Turkish Itol'rum. f rer t perion scndlnq WHITE, toton Ilaplds. Mlch. eT I i 5" 1 S . - I i i . 1 ii n'a' singer, who no, be called a 3. (Jraphic ac-nn- ta'lifat a I i a S2iSSiSS-attiSsii2a9 (.- i i me entire .'". .;." the best ana chtj, . ,ii.. ier.t ir) i annc a re tl li tag; that Lorillanl'j . I? mn I .0i ff" r.:.,,--' t hot T tit v;r:rrn?i """! ? and cured without fl I flrtTlTi Treated treatment sent free. the knife. Ad3-- e I.&m.r.n Book on Unll UJJll A K.L.POSD.M.D- - AuTora. Kane Co, I IL ' S s1? tira sin free, fi W HBlTSrs 1 ata r? 'Ua or Woman la every Liperaea in Zrataairi-I- Tpccwe.IUFE' ISrtimrtad- f D i?r. Vn oe- - 1 sample ? linitartlcles In the world. twrfwtnf a si UUrie V4ll I)U.lCUa'ial.lJaVl SIOT. ARtnts Wanted. WWl Haa.1 XmrrrraM WMOPJ I Piso's Curo for Consump- o other remedies tail. ijc. Bcluue buou blow oyer ausw.. t tje i of it, k a xae oiler twewann TWO BOTTLES FV.FK, feitlclient ac(ErarT. iaim toitiur- - tar la Io Itat I will ftnd tosttttr XrM a VAlU UABLE TKEATIE on ttl u.a'- - Is unyaa-rc- r. i. iwaa .al r O. .iJieta, Da. T. x SLOCCa, HI read SS., .T. pci.ine .im.ly k.r u K-- rs Wr-P- u..r Itow.nJj URSuffn lura .r of. i ORRaN' k? ul,wnl " V ., vs . Btton. Hoes. iicuwrs, auarcs CJCnV IrtilKAis Cn I vftB.lSJJ i.r sufferlnc with local weaknij physician. tces.tiypav- Addre-- s laaoU,Tort.Pa osue nnj-. mjf!ne toned ui. fLiuuui.ii niiitj,i iosM niuietnia iiwwniii n.u.tAT&touan UfllfiC STUDY. Secure a Business A.N.K-- Pnniiner fi- - "H1!"?. H mm Wigs, Bangs and W res sent C. O. D. wnere. vno'e iopi B.C. btrehl& ColUWabash-ayChluco- . numu mall,fromI!C8iXEs colhoe.j E FJ . r Tiir Ofl BT f, irti )? fJ ti U U t23 UUII ANNOUNCEMENTS ISI KRP6 gagas 3 : s tags ITS P3 h y ?i l i? ti 3 'w bn ii K r&ast aag ifnll V9i a e tl 5 a ItA rail n 1 1 HI I KJV uur 1 Usli fifty-eighth FOR 188Gs m needs an introduction to the readers of this paper. Its suicriber number nearly 30,000. This is the year at Its publication, and during these jears it lias found its way into almost every ullage throughout the land, until it has become truly i member of many UouKhoMi. The publishers have &ecurel fur the coming volume an unusual variety of entertaining and popular articles, aud its Conuibatur already include nearly all the distinguished Authors of this country and Great Britain, and some of those of France aud Germany. Tho Companion teelf hardly Tut Louiville Espritmn Rit Illustrated Serial Stories- A CAPITAL SERIAL FOR BOYS, by IRON TRIALS, a Thrilling Story, by AW ANONYMOUS LETTER, by QUEER NEIGHBORS, by AWAY DOWN IN POOR VALLEY, by I closert shot-nu- n three-quart- er seconds. Begretfully yours, Pcc?8 iiin. DaxCavitt. 'As a New York dnimmcPentprp.1 n vii. lage in West Virginia, by staso line, a s since, lie found the people greatly excited. A string band was marching around town, several Hags were flying in the breeze, and it seemed as if Fourth of July was at hand for the second time. The rummer finally inquired tho caused of tho commotion, and was answered that one of uie merenams nad failed. wry, is tiiat a cause for rejoicing?" he few-day- Ilomr Well ltestoutl. ously. Thereafter he performs this duty mr vicari- VicAinous-GeJU- your work for jou. IVebtUr. a colored person to do Harper's Bazar. ' nuttinir vourself outsldn nt timt .tnttm, in life in Which It lias nl.'ncod tn nlan ' you, for know, .Miss Smart', that it is my "Well?" "Well, It's the first time in tho history of ucKci, hoi jours, mat nas won tne tirst prize. I will follow jour advice, and look tor a wife among the rich girls who aro my in. equals" d bowing iolitcI ho withdrew from the canvass. From the German in ? ,.-Texas Siftings. "You bet! mil llOllie and hell) vnnr mntlmr fnnl tlm 1,,ps: lou uae lma a "arrow escape frpm n.-u- l He tailed for SI, COO " At fi4 feet depib, near Beattyville, Lee County. Samuel Brader.burg struck a round cavern, 0tc 40 teet in dameter and 331.'. feet deep Two streams of water How m from one s.de and oat at the other, makin a cross current and a pool of water on about IS inches deep, which i effected by neither wet nor dry weather Its real size and extent are unknow n A stabbing aflrav occurred nea Pand 11:11, Lewis Countv The fiqht occu red at a dance, and resulted in Geo D.vne! being stabbed in the arm and side. Bloi t in and DarnII died Jt poisoning not show n pnsitivclv -- lio iva the pui!t part- - No arres's have been made j'et. A McCracken- County farmer set a steel trap near the roostins place of his fowl onenuht rtcentlv. and in the mormn was gone. Three nicht later another farir er, llring everal miles away, heard a dis lurbacce in his fcarnj'ard, and, on invest) pMion, dicovered a large red fox with ih trap attacked toone of bis feet m Thov us thau for politic This iuj HlllU i be it U next to impossiL IWthat n:itllli nf n tvnmiiTi tvl a jood iiiea to so chant gslon tl... ..1. .,11 i : t '. Tra script. ' - - - ftal An Englishman uiai a snail can ere feet between oiinns est compotion i' mis must isv Charles A. V Mred ted J. T. TROWBRIDGE. GEO. MANVILLE FENN. M. R. HOUSEKEEPER. C. A. STEPHENS. CHARLES EO'JERT CRADDOCK. "" Adventures. Lieut. GREELY. U. S. N. AUCTIC ADVENTURES, by Lieut. SHTTFELDT. THE SLAVE CATCHERS of Madagascar, C. F. GORDON CUMMDJG. AMONG THE BREAKERS, by E. W. THOMSON. CANADIAN ADVENTURES, by WH. H. RIDEING. ADVENTURES OF STOWAWAYS, by MY ESCAPE from Horro Castle, by a Cuban Patriot, JUAN ROMERO. JAHE3 W. T0WLE. A BOY'S ADYEzUURES m Montana, by FRANK W. CALKINS. Road Agents, HY ADVENiTCTRS EXPLOITS with Submarine Eoats and TorT. C. HOYT. pedoes in Naval Warfare, by h Natural History. EEV. J. G. WOOD. INCIDENTS OF ANIMAL Sagacity, by NEW STORIES from the Fisheries, by Prof. SPENCER F. BALRD. JAMES GREENWOOD. DOGS WHO EARN THEIR LIVING, by F. W. CALKINS. STORIES cf Old Trappers and A. F. MYERS. AMUSING SKETCHES of Whale-HuntinCol. T. W. KNOX. PERILS OF PEARL DIVING, by W. T. HORNADAY. THE ROGUE ELEPHANT, by THE KEEPERS OF THE ZOO: or Anecdotes Far-Bayer- s, g, That suppeaa Ins s-- i wimz - Last year In j lous dealer si n..i,ni) Jll JJlWlkl a n: , of tHe irreo' Ca'a h-- .JT "St. Jt giish law, thai about Animals, gleaned from tho Keepers of the Zoological Gardens, London, by ARTHUR BIQBY. u.i-sin- g issued A" tho defenti-- r age3. Soinj Special Articles. A - ', 5.V, Kr 4Hs - ' yMMaBut. -- Si- Trifle "So Clara Felton Is married?" said one Clifton belle to another. . J'Ves, married lasl week, In New York." "WhOjWas th? maii?" " ".Mr. Clarence 3IcSiouler." "What;that tellow we met at Bar Harbor?" "The same one." "Gracious me, how did she come to marry A Color-ltll- ml. Davis, of Newport, vrhile playing marble on the Moor, got his loj under the rocker c his mother's chair. She, not knowing i was there, rocked on tho limb, breaking i in two places. The most remarkable tree know n In East cm Kentucky is the great scrub oak wnic stands on the- fojm of Harrison Swangc nnd near the celebrated Swango Spnnj: It is 2S feet ten inches in height, CO feet n - little uins-vear.o- ld soo of Dr F Cleveland,; this Baiting A kuanm Court A i dams til She J,f ""in ful6 Jtli: i i:iw that green "Oli," was the reply, in a commiserating tone, "poor Clara was alwaj--s a little colorblind, you know." Mcrcliant Traveler. Aeo N Object. A storyjis told of an Irishman who, while strolling through the Faneuil Hall market saw two live owls on exhibition in a poultry Here it dealer's stall. thing?" circumference and passing for the im mense scaae it aiiorus "trie weary an heavy laden." Woodford County will have n largi corn surplus this The crop is no only verj- - fine, but an unusually large acre age was planted. A hub and spoke factory is to bo starter lS0-i- diameter n n-- , well known f , THE MARQ.UIS OF LORNE. CHANCES FOR AMERICAN BOTS, by " JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE. DRAMATIC EPISODES in English History, by THE QUEEN OF ROUMANIA. GLIETPSES OF ROTJSIANIA, by CHRISTINE NIXSSON. A MUSIC LESSON, by the Famous Sinner, CANON FARRAR. OBSCURE HEROES, by WILKIE COLLINS. OF CIRCUMSTANCES, by TIIE VICT-UIRICHARD A. PROCTOR. THE SPEED OF HETEORS, by FRANCIS A "WALKER. OUR EUTURE SHOWN BY THE CENSUS, by " : CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. ADVICE TO YOUNG SINGERS, by f President C. .ELIOT, o Harvard University. TWirnT.T. Ttnv J President NOAUFORTR, of Yale College. ; President P. A. PABARNARD, of Columbia CoUeffe. by Four L Professor MOSES COIT TYLER, of Cornell College. r. sH eheiio8 Rllll.11' . , NtK0 Itje-H- Cll t,, "r""' rs-- ' Useful and Practical. .1 Entertaining. J. ESTZN COOSr PERSONAL ANECDOTES of John Marshall, OSCAR KN0- Train, DRIFTED IH: A Story of a Storm-Boun- d EXPL0ITS OF AMERICAN BICYCLISTS, by BENJ. F. SPENCEA A RAW RECRUIT, and What Happened to Him, A. D. CHILDS. by T. W STARKWEATHER. STORIES OF THE PERILS OF PRECOCIOUS CHILDREN, Dr. W. A. HAMMOND. A BOY at the Battle of Fredericksburg, by THOS. 8. HOPKINS. LETTER-CARRIER- VI is." 'Well. 1 declare to goodnesss! this place that any of us ever failed for turkeys?' he inquired, examining the birds wilh a stare which "Minerva's only fowls" over six biU, and we"ie going to honor the uiiasiuii. vome anu line l inMnmfl m. returned with Interest ' strati; :er.- -"They're not turkeys" leplied the indig-"an- t Street A'ctrs. vender, "they're owls." A Tlreaomn l'retcrlption. "I don't Are how owld they are." said Doctor Have you, sir, ever tried the the Irishman, "I'll take the pair of 'cm.' - "Vharil you take for your cross-eye- d )dl sea-shor- wuwi tieraltu Invalid Yes I tried it once, but it's too xThe Old Jinn ,Ia1 """ hard work. Dressing and undressing is A-- father was very ranch annoyed by lh ery tiresome. foolish questions of his little son. " Don't quite understand." " Johnny, you are a great source of an"Well, j on see, the doctor I had there noyance to me." said I must ba sure and take a toddy after " Vl,.. .,. ..tnttur nnV" '"IIS each bath." " Yw askIIIO llinv., fooiisli questions. 1 many "Yes: but suppose he did?" sn'tt. Die donkey when I was of y out "It keeps me bathing all the time." C'""K- St. Louis Critic but vou've grottcd a hoap ij-- sim. Weittern TolUenei. Out West they havo a delicacy In dealing with personalities, even in iranibllni.- cir cles. A one-eye-d man from tiie mlnin? districts had won so much money at poker that ills fair character was likely to be im rw.tr-l!.i- l . f.ir oliaitinnarow and said: "Gentlenien, it's twelve o'clock; we'll all tak a drink," and, swin"- - ."na. since.'ffaro r - Detoc.'cil asked tL mnimiriiis editor of a reiwrter. l sbouUl ue in- Wfcl. r rton,t know, f a new- ' ned WSI1,t mI,C ' lw PaP amnwhat do you base your opinion ou?" Jgfe "Wist do you think of the new man; j mr $,,!A "1 "iaJ "eed. -' teen drioi Typhoid fever is epidemic in the Gris som Landing neighborhood, Ilavies County. Neab Franklin, a few daj-- npo, TranK Aspley and his uncle, Ike Aspley, wer chopping wood and tho latter's ax flew off the handle, striking the boy's head ana killing him instantly. January bonded whisky swelled" Louisville internal revenue receipts to clCl,lC9.3C the other day largest on record ;iu United States. factory poller Louisville exploded a few davsairo. mnkinir nbir? nile of scrap iron, bricks and timbers, but hurting no one. Damage. 1, 400. A child of a Mr. Baldwin, near Hinkle-villBallard Couuty, died from eating wild grapes. Thep.e are 404 cases on the docket of the Graves Circuit Court, of which 2S4 are indictments. Judge Campbell, the present Incumbent, and Judge Randie will be the contesting candidates for Ciicuit Judge in the First District. The ie is a great demand for dwelling-hou- s 4 in Bowimg Green. Diphtheria of a malignant type is said t prevail to an alarming extent in the eastern part of tleState. Louisville claims the oldest ihau In the State. Asa Emerson is 102 years old. He is an ineterate user of tobacco, both chewing nd io) ok ing, nnd takes an accasional s bed-loune, it Leitcbfield. ftfsdy J iriua TOIACCXjSlfl ....AV.'l-ir- H. BUTTERWORTH. BOYS WHO CAME FROM THE FARM, R0BT. D. BRAIN. VI0LIH BOWING -- Baying a Violin, by LOCKS AND KEYS; or Wondsr3 of Locksmiths, H. E. WILLIS. LEMUEL PAXT0N. for Boys, by SMALL SHORT-HANAS A PROFESSION, HERBERT W. GLEAS0N. HOW TO FORM a Young: Folks' Shakespeare Club, Prof. W. J. R0LFE. STOCK-RAISING D HOME-SEEKING fllVJ nCTTLVSITr Arriiu-y.- ki -How IN THE Land is Farming and Irrigationto Secure Land by Tree Culture, by Pre-empt- E. V. SMALLEY. ..9.nl"i Co. 2 THE "CRITTER BACK" REGIMENT, and Other Tales of Old Campaigns, by AHOS JIUBJtAY. i'jx.cxjjjl FWim- -t GitAi; illustrated Sketches. 1 y 1 i ini(U' Oatt LAHD-t0.mi- nfT GI4.'xrAvl ", II Au. Corn Dnic V Up POKK LAKU-h'eam. No " . M's . 2vo. t. UUKU bli .,S . 40H 61 .0l .... Io. 18 KS10 85 YOUNG MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, by AMONG CANNIBALS, by THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS BISMARCK, by LORD TENNYSON AMONG EI3 FAMILIARS, by FIGHTING THE ARCTIC COLD, by AN EDITOR'S EXPERIENCE IN THE WILD WEST, LTJFE IN TURKEY, by the U. S. Minister to Turkey, TRICKS OF MAGIC AND CONJURING EXPLAINED, BITS OF TRAVEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA and Santa Fe, by H. "W. LUCY. JOSEPH HATTON. MRS. E. M. AMES. BRAM STOKER. Lieut. SCHWATKA. J. L. HARIJOUR. Hon. S. S. COX. "PROF. HOFFMAN." HELEN HUNT JACKSON. 1.131 .5 0ft FrXDUH-K- din GRAIN' Wiieat-- Xo 11 ly 91U 00 Subscription, ;S1.7. a Year. f', xi il PROVISION'S PorkrVJ Oati;-1- Corn ra xcl . xf . Ti: This will appear ONLY ONCE in this paper. g3g'Sg'T2gMbStBg&3JattMMaggSaB you Sample Cople Free. xvill " rott-Oftic- e cut out this slip nmi AiIiIreR CATTLE HOGS uini iienneu First ...i JMii r qurf 5IS l Wbcat No 2 red Corn inl.ed Oats mixed.. from the time the subscription 1 received to Jan. lit. and a full jear' subscription from that time to Jan. 1st, t 188. Th's oiler include (until the editions are exhausted) the DDBLK TIIANIvSOIVIXG and CHKI3TMAS NUXBEKS ortO 1. TXrfnrea lurp.w"', nnr nrci mis Issues. Xooffereoual louiiiumaoo vjrany m ..1 i .i ri.i. paper. Send Jfoe.v )ratr,Chtek or RtgUttrtd Utter. Address PERRY MASON 6 CO., Publishers, 43 Temple PliCe, BOSton, MSS. r,.. PiPP tO 11s! - 1 IHKfi PI1EE 1886, anil S 1.7.1. we- - nl It to us TWltli your name ona will end yoa the COMPANION r..u-....- n riour GItAIN WljiJ A Xo. iu afjfflSJviS1 laza 5! J. T. TROWBRIDCE'3 NEW SERIAL STORY WlH- - VStjT 35SSaaifi5r' CC1R VftlTH THE FIR8T ISSUE IN JANUARY. corn mj Oats o; LAilD- -s POHK-f- ?'.. BSWSWsHSk '.. 'i 'f5 - ..'Xrk ." .1. v L x t 4. I ?e E r$i& -- 3t F$ i f -- Si! VVlrl E 3Wri ft. r V , n . &-- - i ?.. - 4 11 TT l?j () ipV&i There Uooas were bought bclore tlie late liig jomplctc in all departments. at any other house m tins section oi wui). xlu mib uumpiuLUjj uutuuuc boomers seem an issue with "1 . . -- . .1-- . V"W-- k now received Ms full stock of BALL AND W1JNTKK (iUUD. TIk Goods and will be sold rft lower p and they arc all first-l- ass Itisc in n imrflmsos in mmlitv. rvo.i and stvle. Eecollect tliis house disco .. v jl tliJL J 'aw m-iccs, fm-TTio- i. XVi-xaAV- . 7 -- uj',1 ,.1 : 'hjhiujj'.jvl. acxnsseraca THE ECKHiH COURIER. EHDOESSD. Newspaper Interviews. That a largo percentage of tho newspaper interviews are unreliable, it must be admitted. Thoy are 6o often false in fact, or the person interviewed finds causo to . reporters iuvariably con ,jlcrmat meir reports nro iruc, tend sjreBwmcen.hem fBW;Ktitt'nef v iSiC-lESKWv- but tho ono interviewed, generally being a man of prominence, "his denial is taken for good, and the reporter is branded with falsehood. Wo can' keep from beliov-in- g JU xr-----&-- xxtf2. - r S5S: t3&L? jT -. J fc. ron every stump, when tho whole truth was that Ins opponents uoi. Wise, Mahone, and Kiddleberger, were all in tho rebel army, and just as much rebels as ho or his uncle, the great Southern General. In that formerly rabid Republican State, Iowa, reports have it that it will tako tho official count to decide, whicU.ppartyhas won tbo dKyTbut"if is nKlorftyus vic tory for tho Democrats to pusn them 'closely in Iowa. In this, State, tho Democrats combined with their first cousins, tho Green-backers. THE DISTRlJ To Be Held Government. Noveinbei This will bo interest. The cellcnt. Anion bo O. G. IIoll Cleveland rder for tho tho leader f&xt m peace. j)00 followers, Isw 3LwF? k mi ii. - HUTE I FASHIONABLE NEW YORK 15,000! JLKD that tho dignity and honor of tho press would bo hotter upheld if "interviews" would be refused publication uulcss supported by indubitablo proof. Too much "push" for' news lead papers to downright lying. Tho search for legitimate news is honorable and commendable, but tho freedom of the press would not be interfered with if the law was sufficiently enforced to check newspaper lying. Upsides, some reporters prostitute the profession of nows gatherers by carrying personal spites and piques into tho columns of their papers, and such should bo held to a strict accountability. Some may be disposed to call tho Hickman Courier "Old fogy," but we prefer Bolid truth to unreliable Ecusational items. Twenty-fiv- e OLD nick and Mrs, Louisville, Rci D., Nashville, Tel! fifteen good sp! from western Kenti School workers thai In tho elections in tho other this meeting will lo( States, not much interest center- Wo need the inilu ed, but tho general results were meetings in western 1 about as usual, but throughout need not stop to argue Democratic gains wero pereepti- - ty for efficient Sundi1 bio. Many of our churches, Ecv. H. K.F i.S01UCi irt if thoy B. McClel- - "(C5rtrerrffcks61innd f i BOOsTHoAENDfHMnn SHOP. North Went corner of Moscow and Troy Arenues, East IlickniM, Ky , S?3ati.sf action guaranteed. April. THE BARTER J. 3L GROCERY- - tago one nors ot tne Patriot as well In council and Id. Among all U1CK3IAN, t KENTUCKY, Fine, etjlisb 5 Fulton County Court of Claims. rroia tho Fulton FaUonlnn. TFWW tUfr "P- - P 1 ' 53piggg VIRGINIA R5j?M 20,000 to 25,000! I ASD EFES REFCRLIr.AX thousand dollars are expended on tho public roads of Graves county every year, says tho rayfield Monitor, aud at tho end of six months tho roads aro as bad as they ever were. This estimate is based upon the value of the time the hands aro required to work on tho roads under the present system, wo presume. tf.OCO in money, expended on roads, under contracts and riencod overseors, would no jrinjr better roads macad- tary road in the county in rears. Apply the same cal- lon to this county, and our Is cost our people from $S,000 $10,000 annually. Generally Pour people do not appreciate the road tax they pay m this way, having been accustomed to it for generations, and it is moro convenient for the majority to pay it in this way than by money taxation. Hut, with all this burden, good roads aro not obtained. If Fulton county had this 810,000 road money annually for ten years every public road in tho county could bo well graveled, and one-thir- d tho amount would keep them in good condition. Aud the public roads thus secured would be of more real value to our people and our material interests than tho four railroads running through tho county. It is a matter worthy WILL TAKE THE OFFICIAL citizens pay such claims. We also find that the accounts of commisCOUNr TO DECIDE. A Our attention was called to the proceeding of this honorable body at its meeting in this month, and as a representative of the people, feel that it is our duty to notice a few of the items in said report. In tho first place, it seems that tho long promised reduction in pauper claims, has been lost sight of entirely, and instead of growing less are increarsing at a beautiful rate. Something is wrongand somebody is at fault. Wo furnish ground for tho burial of paupers in this part of the county, but it appears that the City of Hickman is more fortunate. To us it seems that 197.-5is rather steep for medical services, and that too in one account, but perhaps this is our fault. The people of Fulton generally circulate a subscription paper and tho sioners of different kinds, amount to no small sum. We ask the question, for what are our county officers paid, if not to look after the public buildings, roads, etc., of the county! If we are in error, please correct ns; and in so doing, state why and for what they aro paid a salary. "We also find accouuts allowed for keeping paupors, and among tho number, a few from this part of the country. Would it not be well in allowing these accounts to state who the pauper was? It has been whispered that men would 0 DEMOCRATIC GAU DAY, .It. St Iff f fe 'Si; X board of Magistrates leads us to believe that they onld not toler ate great impositions as alluded to in regard to paupers. If, in in stances, thoy have been imposed upon, no doubt they would quick ly correct, if tho Fultonian would or will bo welcomed. F Courier Office, noint out tho instances. The Ful 3our name at once to W. A.i - - KY. Princeton, that you may I tonian is a courteous, ock of Saddles and erly cared for by the goo paper, and would not intention of Princeton. rk made to order, to nllv wrontr our Magistrates. It is James F. Prt people of Fulton Executiv Member of the kind in tho good T X Q to care for paupors by privato mittee, Princeton, Ky. secured the services subscriptions, and porhaps all Mr. George Eoacii, o d excellent work- which of itself is communities do this to a greater county. Ivy., was travel! faithful work. - buggy near Hickman, less extent, but whilo such sub.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiik. Rnrintions aro noblo charities, it when he was stopped gro highwaymen, robb is an expense they should not bo and tied securely to a to assume, for tho sub- - ho was found on th firm of Bon come forward scribers are annually taxed in com day in a much oxh settlement. of tion. Tho highwaym mon with all other Alexander is at least moro horso aud buggy to tho county, and it pi river, where th! been present: Of tJlXJSel oouitablfr for all to sharo in theso EWRY. horse and made goo Gibson, Camden, "Lamar, Vanco, superlatively egotistic aesthetic charities alike. Cairo A. J. IndependVoorhees aud Walkor 0. humbugs the Tn to tho nurchaso of This is all a mist who This makes nineteen Democrats ent Mugwump Republicans burial lots for paupers, it is prop papers ought to stop (JONEY who favored tho passage of the casting only a handful of votes assumed to bo tho balance of pow- er to sav that Hickman furuishos bill, out of 30 Democratic Sena- er between the two great political burial ground for her pauper dead uartcrs for al Here is Sam Jones " tors. parties. They aro now relegated Tho cemetery, however, is an in studied sermons: three things to mako LLMsMRft Mil asd mm to tho shades of obscurity. is cornorated institution, and lots sermon thought, study Glass, tho Democratic MemIn Old Virginia, the victory only at Factory ber of Congress from tho Dyers-bur- equally, if not more dear to the aro sold at fixed prices, precisely en 2sow, some preacl will mako a vigor- Democratic heart, because it is an as is customary in .all towns and they don't havo to District, erior Scotch W, ous fight for tho further improve- endorsement of Cleveland by tho cities, and tho proceeds used ex- They say thoy open ment of Forked Deor river, and most doubtful of the Southern clusively and tho Lord will fill tho Ve also keep for pronerly caring for as soon as you open it Dyersburg boomcth accordingly. States, aud because it buries Ma- choice selection honeism forever. Mali ono was said grounds. In addition to the it with air. That is all r revenue derived from this source, that Ho will fill it with The report, of the Mississipi j first olocted claiming to bo a ES, shooti IONERIE3, Commission, covering its. ocrat, aud as wo believe, betrayed tho town of Hickman appropri many an old AND FRUITS, operations from October 1, 1SS-1- his parts for power and influence. ates three hundred dollars annu over this country. y low for the cask Lee, of Fitz to June 30, 1885, has bcon mado Tho election glorious Hugh is, is ally, from the common treasury, The convention us. as proud and as it public. During tho tirao they nothing compared to tho defeat to tho samo purpose. Tho result sollville, last week, to nomin uLLLLkJ A fc BcBOW. have expended about live million of Mahoue, for Mahoueism meant is that tho grounds aro decently candidate for Circuit Judge is dollars, and claim to have accom- a falsification of the real feelings, and well cared for. Tho county, scribed as a disgraceiul scramble anfj LOWER plished great good. They may sentiment and principles of Vir- probably, could havo obtained This is one of the bad effects ofc . ginia aud tho South. General Lee , 5Xcenes hams, sides, &c. , . have accomplished good, judged made ono of tho most conserva- ground elsewhere, without charge, making the election or duage 1 will not be JOHN WITTiNQ. U from a scientific standpoint, but tive, races on record, but if it choso to select lots in nomlAnt nnnn nnlitiV.il nnrties. aro rethe average river man as well as pleading in every speech for thor- this cemetery, where all purpose quired to pay, for the TnERE has been fourteen mill 'the average citizen along its banks, ough love aud harmony botween good thoy tho North and South, denouncing named, there is nothing wrong in ion dollars invested in new facto S SALOON. cannot see the slightest - have ever accomplished, and most sectionalism, and false race issues, the county making tho purchase, lap of economy ry enterprises in this State sine' ABTT RESORT. f as aro growing hopeless as to and yet tho Republican papers, and perhaps reasons should. last January. Hian atanlly on tap. Ci- aHy good to bo expected from tho because his name was Lee perver- and humanity why it iiiiiiii&r the best brands. Commission. What this country ted the facts, representing that ho d. met HeodR is to havo these lands was riding the old rebel chiefs, The Ohio politicians appear to at Gen. Geo.inB. McClellan his home, Xew Jersey, tf BOT from overflow and Gen. R. B. Lee's horseand sad- bo "for revenue only" on every ftrotectcd except that of the tariff. day last. in. dle, and waving tho bloody shi't question office-seeking fair-minde- The result of tho State elections last Tuesday was a gala day for tho graud old Democracy, oven better than the most sanguine At this Democrats expected. writing tho exact figures aro not known, but all patties couecde that tho Domocrats have carried Tcw York by from lJi,oii majority, and Old Virginia is 0 redeemed by from 20,000 to majority. Around these two States all the interest centered. Clevoland carried Kow York last year by only 1,100, which in a State that casts about ono million votes is tho closest clipping, and this too by tho aid of what are called the Mugwump Eepnbli-canIn the fight Tuesday all theso Republicans who quit Blaine last year wont back to their party, and the Tammany Democrats who bolted Cleveland came back to their old standard, and thus tho fight fight was a square stand-u- p between the two great political parties. The Democrats wore not disnosod to make tho New York contest a condemnation or endorse ment of Cleveland's administration as President, from tho fact that tho President has not been in office long enough to fully out-lin- o of thought. the Democratic policy as to National affairs, but tho Republi Squeamish Democrats. cans honing to tako advantage of Somo Democrats affect to think the dissatisfied minds of mauy Demo tlTat a Democrat places himself disannointed tho light on beyond tho pale of party by ad- crats, boldly forced tho Demvocating Federal aid to education. this issue, charging that keep the ocrats had failed to Besides a list of illustrious Dem- promises of reform made in tho ocrats of tho past, wo find our- Presidential campaign last year. selves in tho following good co- Tho Democrats accepted tho challenge and tho verdict of the peomply: ballot-bo- x is a glorious Brown, Fugh, Garland, Call, ple at tho Democratic, Colquitt, Jones, Williams, Jonas, endorsement of tho glorious viPresident. It was a Kausom, George, Hampton, Jaclc-bo-ii ctorytakes Now York ont of tho aud Kenna 13. list of doubtful States, fixes it in Tho following Democrats stated tho Democratic column, aud ren-di- r they wcro paired, but would liavo roiisonablv certain the re- of nnnitnntinn mill voted for tho bill had tho gentleHendricks in 18SS, men with whom they were paired Cleveland and and not least amonfr its blessings, to-'O,- -000 ,25,-00s. fnrnwfi-r.linH-"tlft-,winso-call- out a colu anil liieiess e inado him like Lee, without any Sunday Scho mist. of tho youths of our. without any moral traiui God's sacred day as a da; ial dnlgcnco in vico anil inn tho dormant state of rel some countries, the blood ARK, crimo that havo stained land, are arguments that A0? klTT, ly for ihc moral influence i ltifli Snhnnla Kiwili ittnnfllk J.VW.O. UKk,.. """ one at rnnceion IMVVHtne n. TLD, - - AT. aro tins f;ctIco HlnreMnrcli, 1S77. Solinnl ffnr nf thn Shall wo be benefitted by thafein M u counties of the " meeting? It depends upon our. at that meeting. Ihc attondanco county that sends a good delega- tion to this meeting will thereby ) insure renewed interest and sue- cess in the S. S. work tho coming m my T T7.T? x' year. Tho county that fails send a delegation, may languisCVQ AT LftVv in mitt iiuuiu win iw in not t; UBH KENTUCKY. minibter attend this mooting? will benefit you. It will msj all business entrusted you. 'J uo blessings will nc ed into your own Sabbath S ill n and churches. Superintendent go an important duties? Wil teacher bo there to 1 impart moral light "' expanding mind an Afrent not each school delegates to this ton is central to this distric mdershe stands dities of tho head go to make the MONTGOMERY, to hia friends and the public that he has opened a new and fresh supply of all kinds of Family G&ocekiii, which he will sell as low as the lowest. He is ready at all times to exchange Groceries at casU prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, o any kind of marketing that the farming friends may bring in. The highest taar MR. fj TUST OPENED, ith new "STOCK, out ami out. TEHMS reasonable. Patronage solicited MGS for hire. ket price always paid. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BBQ, Cards, W. G. KINGMAN. oct30-l885 sale and livery stable Faris """ ft Sv & KENTUCKY Parker. STREET, - ST o constantly on hand for hi? KEEPS sale HORSES, BUGGIES and HACES. Hating purchased the stable, borsea and entire outfit of W. B. Plunne no propose to continue the business, aqil solicit patronage W. DIESTELBRINK t U1' liljmi Family s. about thirty Kentucky. to attend have people living with aud working for them and when they sicken aud die would present an account forattcntion, etc, if this is true, we feel that tho county has been badly treated to say the least of it. We aro not disposed to complain, but feel that our finances need moro attention, and merely offer what wo have said as suggestive, and if tho magistrates conclude that it is not our put in, wo only wish that we had said more to tako back. The Courier has no special knowledge of tho financial man agement of the county, but our acquaintance with tho present worth much School workers miss theso mcoti slates aro far ahe: grand work. We from our lethargy Erlu noble example. ought to send from 12 gates, which would insur aiB sejK nHt' tuwm lKKT aoF aiKlV rm u "i CK tllA: HDLK S. Services to .Kivij :o:a Shotguns and Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats and Helmets, anil Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at prices that will compete with any other city in the country. Call and examine before buying. Breech-Loadin- Has now in stock all tho new improved HUCHAMAM g andome and see, at tho corner of Troy and Moscow ATonuo. East Hickmrn, Ky space NOtrouble io namo all articles to show goods, bjU Off Bamily Urocery . H. O. JUDGE, (DAVIS OLD STAND.) All CZJ kinds of FANCY GRl nrot-closs hTAPLLMQ The Fall Session will commence MONDAY, AUGUST Continuing Four Months. 31. 1885, baiia eually kept in 5 on prices. FMfCY GAUDIES, TEJlt, XISCE.JIEAAT, riCKXEZ CRkXBEVLUIES, G&IT8 HOMING Spring Session Commences delegates at Princeton. I now make a lasting the good people of Western r is tuckv, those who want to see t youth of our country trained Groceries; tho purest morals and tilled wit spiritual mo anil power, will you MiISD ALSO, attend this meeting? If tho peoJ Lines, Hooks, and all'kind plo of Louisville can sacrihce pklc and Suiiplicp, at a bar their timo and money to attend and Family Supplieagen this meeting for our benefit, we surely ought to be willing to mako this sacrifice for our own benefit. This is the first District Institute ry aijd Harness held in tho State, and it is impor tant that we should have a full a tendance in order to porp iai & FARRISS, its usefulness. Every S. S t r-- tOHV appC !A5 llV nn MONDAY, JANUARY Continuing Five Months. 3D 4, 1886, Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, XSWill not Book-Keeping, 2t WJ 3Ei , 4cc bo undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Egga, &0 The courws of study, including thorough primary work in English braneheB, Mathematics, Lntin Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, Music, Calisthenics. Especial attention ia dorotcd to the preparation of student) for colltge, and young men for business. Dra-ningan- - Foa , TUITION: Primary Pupils Intermediate Advanced pci NASHVILLE, ,.,.,. , " " month u EMMS-MaM" 53 00 4 00 Chattanooga 5 00 PAYABLE Hickuai:, Ky., Aug. 7, 1085.--3m IN ABVAHTCE. BSAaif CALDWELL. iT-- 1 Atlanta, Florida d CASE & MILLET, jSJ mm.Mil --'"?-. swt ma mmm Take me iiiiiiHce tax-navo- rs lK loiiiiiiK.u A ft 5 .i1 N, 6 & SL The L. R'j. FAVORITE, Gall on nearest Ticket Agent, Or Address W. R. J en pr, Pass. Aft., T)a1I9, Tex., a? W. I. S4KLEY. & Q. .- ren-ar- - tB tiiiiBii HICKMAN KENTBOKY. HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF & CO., S3 P. T. A., yitfhille, FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Uickman, J Th. g ijxm theirH HICKMAN HARBLE WORKS Dem-Rivo- air-gu- n HoK' ItH .. Hickman. Kentucky. Italian HICKMAN, KT. OEAtKS IB , amd American Marbh MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVIS TH5E OLD RELIIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOJWBE, -- HAVING ur work. pared io fill all orders. Call and eza STONE8. received a fine lot of Asa Italian Marble, I am pr Orders from the couBtry promptly j26 peace-lovin- g DEALEK 3 DRUGSJI WINES, MBS" TAINTS Al DFil-STU- W, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. E Cis Six O Jf12SUBURBAN Rooms, Two aloo Acr8j epnng, oiaoies, urcnaru well, terns, RESIDENCE, Cjood 111 (IHL &c. Apply to 14-- PRESC&IFTI0N3 CARL FJj. H M P U NUEDl GEO. N. HELM. &iayll885-6- B Hickman, Kj.t cav-im- m ' h t V T9 f . 1S fei Sr s. v U.-.-f- mbMfhaMfMf:Jjmm,iMm. e lJSt : rmm m - Two young men lauucu m The Louis villo papers are after Monday, who aro en- the nrcachors who perform the fCAL 11 JCJ Hickman on gaged in making a rather singular marrie ceremony, and neglect trip for pleasure, health ""(I ad- to make proper returns to the Rli country Lard, at Rogers'. venture, that is traveling in an Comity Clerk. This neglect has nWHnnrr birch canoe from the grown into a pcrpeiuaung evil m f ice Sausage, at head of the Yellow Stone, in Mon- - many localities. A preacher who Kookhb'. tana territory, to the mouth of the prays God's . blessings upon a Alississippi below New Orleans,1 vouu- couple, "pockets the mar once. l,yc Hominy, at RCOEES'. aud at Xew Orleans they expect riago fee, ami nogiccws 10 inaKe me Gnjic2 Proceedings. to buy pomes andndo through by return require" uy taw, aim mere-lanin Pittsficlil, by ieaTCs the legitimacy of gener-Mas'jrealrCanncd Goods, at to their home . 'Mogebs'. Hickman, Ky , Oct. 29, They commenced their ations jna'cloud, is certainly not Council met Present. Mayor Landruni; To have trip on the 4tli oi July last, and 'doing his duty. Councilmcn Ca.-e-. DelJow French. Haul -- Partridgo killiugis in order. have been sinco mat, time reach Novelties! age aud Witting. qij,q members of the Hickman a distance ot reavy snow fell in Colorado ing Hickman, expect to reach 6,lob cornet hand gave a dance at City The minutes of the List meeting were their read, approved and signed. miles. They knnilay. in Massachusetts by July 4, Hall Wednesday night, which was homo ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. lovcland and llendrieks for 1SSG. Then these two young men, a hif?Mr delightful occasion, bute The following accounts were presented rill do us. properly approved, und on motion, were who aro not only expert, but very the attendance was limited ugly weather. visiting adventurous canoe men, intend on eancr nf the to be used toward ordered paid . iss Sfattia Eoso is aro S 8 CO G. M. Wilburn, Lock Up, Sc their return Tound, to visit the is in Fulton. and explore the buyiija band uniform. This is a Geo. "Warren, salary andftationery.. 0J 00 Mammoth Cave, IBEAfcUftER's UUrOIlT. cw corn is coining. m now streams of that cave further than splendid hand, and tlio communirings y5 cents per bushel. any man over has, or perish in the ty is indebted to them for much The Treasurer presented hi3 report for was approved. ;i excellent music and they should t Irs. Auuio jacKson is visn- - attempt. These two young men ropeatltho entertainment on some October, which on motion, PTKCBT PAY KOLI.. Ilermauce brothare known as the slativcs at Osecola, Ark. fond of adventure, deter- ovoning when the weather will bo The Treasurer presented tho following Legislature convenes in ers, are to do something in their more propitious. street piy roll, and on motion, clicita mined were ordered issued therefor.-njr session on xuursuay, lino no man has ever done, and in publish- Pay roll, Aug. 8, ..5 8 25 r 31st. State Auditor Hewitt true Yankee style will make money .. 12 75 tho reprimanding Jo Bigger is the Grand out of it, or more probably lose es a Circular State for their tar- " " Sept. V,'"."., .. 3G 83 SlicrifiVin this ! II .. 17 09 If the Lodge of I. O. O. their lives. o, ....... diness in collecting and paying it ii if, ii .. 109 30 Kucky. I II overtho'Stato revenue, "and says () .. C3 10 Xtrnoalouf n.sc.tjie. commenceu i il Op Lcrs nave.. 40 2 W. W. Reed, druggist of Winchester, this is thi sole cause of tho poo" 11, ... 07 1 " Icorn briskly. Tlio yield lnd , writes: "One of my customers, Mrs plo to whom the Slate is indebted ii i ii 7 .. 85 00' Co., Ind., not getting their money. expected. tlinn .Louisa Piko, Bartonia, Randolph He " 28. " " .. 02 3i was a long sutrcror-w-iti.Joi...ini)tion, and few uneans exposition was given up to die by her physicians. Sbe exuc.j,, and compliments, d next Tuesday, Xovomber heard of Dr. King's New Discovery for tlse Sheriffs of Ihtllard, Galloway, S507 91 continues until March Consumption, and began buying it of me iilton and Graves counties. On motion, tho City Clerk was order TM"?7 ws. au mam If there should be a rupture in Europe with England, France and Italy arrayed against Russia, Germany and Austria, it would bo interesting to guess what would bo left of Turkey when the war was oyer. However, this is almost too uig a rupture to tako place ail at jre-ia- g t Wril M , d w vast s Pvj ci feSai Tr.rj cj ii il 8 tri CBSjjj ( ht I th I Iw Brtok, m - ; s. 8 ' 18S-3- fc our superb stock of Fancy Dry Goods and guarantecto save you mwiRn a uliiflivvtd il r ? ri c s rf m i3 I? mm, m II be-Th- . V This large and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and acknowledged to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever brought to this market. Ncvjfc" in the history of Hickman, Lave goods been offered at such low price- . iisifii ii jkls, M m Flannels and Suitings, with be seen to be appreciated. "9 - LUYS rt-t- spe-cicJ- Jr - In six months' time she walked to this for the Cily Hall. to procure a l)ook-cajTrro Jtteii. city, a distance of six miles, and is now po On motion, the Marshal wa orded tl "llio only marriage licons issn- - much improved she has quit usine it. She )hQlsuccessful" business men procure tho necessary belding for the Lock- week Was to Mr. J00 (t. Hall , feel she owes her life to it." Freo Trial up. l Miss Alice M Piper, on .the Bottles at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. ogENew York furnish more strikiOn motion, Council adjourned. ng illustrations of human vicissiK. E. MILLET, C. C. Attest, c ! appro- - many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with vour figures, We have and we'll discount them. No humbug we have the goods, and mean what we say. "We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is.tbe most extensive avc have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to 20; size from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man Children's Clothing, all sizes and prices Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the i t-:.. a i ni.:i,i-..- .. i kt' lKiuufcuuiesi, i: line ever snuwu m uuscuy. jjauies, iviisses, aiiu vniuuicua Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the celebeated Douglas Shoe, sold for 3, every pair 6. TbeKed s, and yard wide Bleached and School House guaranteed; you can't beat them for 5 or Shoo for children, from No. 1 to No. 2; can't be beatj ither Ticking at loc; All V oot every pair warranted . Jionojyis with a call and you will not regret it. Fe you will i i. mm i A SUIT! !.. prepared to, and give EJ Ai o Ji. l; ri Svf3 rjo n r&rrt K" T.vi .T,M .,- -- esters call at tho Lacledo. The teution of ladies specielyinvit- Tho western Kentucky Sun- school institute will meet at (ncoton, Ivy., on .November 10, bo in session for three days. Gen. Beauregard has contrac-fe- d to furnish thoXorth American leviewa series of articles on the hiloh campaign. Barrows, who robbed the Dresden Express office, about a year ago, has been sentenced to iho penitentiary for 3 years! Tho Wickliffo Journal intimates that Judge J. D. White, of that county, will not enter the race for tlio Supeiior Judgeship. Mr. Jack Whipple presentod tho Courier this week with some winter radishes and turnips the largest we ever saw. --The inviting weather is tempt-- a great many hunters to Reel- lake, and parties are passing h Hickman, daily, for that P For the very best and finest t resort. ittle bird that keeps the 6led as to ennid's ca- s that there will be a lito Hickman circles iy evening. faster there than an where else. Human fortunes have their ups LOOK OUT! and downs wherever human beings are found, but the ups aro very MICKMAN IIOUSE- otel and! Meals at high in New York and the downs Also, ail hours, at 2o Cents per Meal 'very low, and from ono to the novG-lBoarding and Lodging. other tho rise is rapid and tho fall You can buy a nice Kid Shoe at Plant ?, headlong, iho milhonairo lajs down the law on the for SI. 00 per "pair. subject of silver coinage You can buy a nice Alexander kid Glove may bo doing time in tho penitenat I'laut's, for 35c and 50c per piir. tiary At the very moment he is stuffing $100,000 as Plaut ia "clling ALL WOOL FUNNEL a bridal present into his daughter's at 16ic per yard. Full yird wide Domestic, (heavy) nt 5c per yard. r wedding shoe, the may be making up tho train that Ajipie Vincjrar Just from the is to bear him to Canada a fugitive country best for rankun; pickles, Tor sale CowoiLL'si Ukuu Store. and outlaw. Bank President Fish at camo from Auburn hist week to sept2o-3- t testify in the trial of his old friend, ""CYPRESS"SHINGLES; Yard. He has returned to his s in cell and his old friend, Ward, has All heart Cyprem ShiugleH, gone to Sing Sing. They are re- every respect kept constantly on hand, pricc-spresentative men one was the and for sale at lowest H. IJUC1IANAN. pcptll wealthy president of a prominent national bank, the other a partner The Gcxlshaw & Plaut and W. L. Dougof an of tho United las Slioes for Men, can In; found only at Slates. Both were, a few months Plaut'a. 1 U Bold under a guarantee. vember 4. ago, examples of what is called All Wool patterns, The "successful" business men; now Ingrainmost beautifulthree ply inCarpets, at two and fjavcrt IIli Lire. both are convicts. They werothe i'laut's. Carpeting from lGj cents Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave Kj , architects of their own fortunes cheapest ever olfcjed in Hickman. saya he was, for many years, badly afflicted with Phthisic, nl.so Diabetes; the pains in both positions. m ews came to town yesterday morning that a Mr. Phillips and son shot and fatally wounded a All the Mr. Poly Stubblefield. parties lived one milo from Alexander, and it is hard for us to get full particulars, but tho facts as we gather them arc about as follows: Tho man that Stubblefield was working for was buying Phillip's corn, and they could not agree upon the measunnent, when it was decided to leave the matter to Stubblefield. Ho docidod in favor of the man ho was working for, which greatly angered tho Phillips'. They accused stubblefield of saying that they had lied, but he denied it, when young Phillips whipped out a pistol and shot Stubbleficlc in the back, the ball lodging in his bowels. Stubblefield jumped off the wagon and started to rnu, when young Phillips handed his father a pistol, and both fired sh ots at tho retreating man. It is doubtful whether the wound-mawill recover. He has been married only about one year, and was highly respected by all the neighbors. Fulton Fultonian, Non J tude than can be found anywhere else in tho world probably because the wheel of fortune turns Who Made -- Hie xox- Loic Prices? CITY ITEMS. fine iroods, is complete. "We arc "nest French Kid for Ladies, to the Ileav- 'tdo ourselftbe in'mstice to overlook ti fvand Wsi eLeSi W"E.innouncc slock ing to buy. of bank-ejj.wh- o Hie public generally, that we have just received of .all kinds of Furniture, and solicit ihe trade of parties wish, Wc can ehow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Ako, a fine line r friends and ture! to-da- y :i) InM and leadi The LI new, and nients. we will cc yard-maste- Roys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styles, "Yc projwse to make our prices to suit the spirit of the You .rest assured We have evervthiutr vour heart could desire. you neeil never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. times. propose can Eell as low aa "We to I?.d to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock is any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Fin"- all the latest novelties, in short and long Gar- Verv rcspectfullv, - It has el intention to undersell, aud if you will only try us, .that we are doing it. T. E. WILBURN & CO. ESfS.orc rooms in new Odd Fellows building. JfiyAll kinds of Repairing done on short noSice, and in a workmanship etyle. we arc prepared to give sjecial inducements as AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. Aleo :q lint-cUs- . ALSfDEft & MAXWELL. nt -- tJ9 I P"TB"?fc OIW? yi ii yi h& -- oi bj That is tho railroads ' bill on the same footing w ith Vicks- . - w Vltr.vvjri rn LV !'i.? ii IUIKIIIrrrl t r tt tt tivn .u;i mho, v ato use all the l!rt its flirt Cf.trt tco'ioiiPi' i......aiA.....i1.n vvv.., but this (Join- mission elected -The Misse3 White, Rosa and money elsewhere. This Commis- llie, who have been spending sion, doubtless, know well enough he summer in liickmaii. leit tor thut if Congress .imi!i inserts this tlieirhomein Drooksville, Florida,' clause, that they will never use I xaesday morning. ono cent at Hickman 6r Colum- bus, and most likely not dekm a i,r.,- rrM. o,o.TO either started tho idle report that Prci-- i courteous reply should way or ton Presume to.inquire dent Cleveland is to bo married ercfore. If they get money for soon. Iilrcourown "immortal'' rayotto Hewitt-- he is too busy to the harbors at Hickman and Iumbus, let them be compelled to use tho money at these places. .ur. o. uouBion vjr.iig, mi oiu and worthy citizen of this county, The firm of J. W. Corman & died last week, at his home, near Co., hardware merchants, have Fulton, lie "was a clover, whole- - shipped their stock to Brooksville, soineed, honorable gentleman,-aud- ! Florida, preparatory to entering ro extend his lauuly sincere con-- ; business at that point. 31 r. is. J J. Hence. Thomasson, tho senior member of leaves Monday, and Mr. -Bullitt county, this State, has the firm, will follow in eight or ten - Corman lercd the delinquent list returndavs. They are good business by tho Sheriff to be advertised .. i ...t i..i:- uenuvu iuavoaiwaB the county paper, on tho ideal ' jlnlin done a nromaoie uusiuess, out it it Ttilt ltiittinn tho laudable lents to pay up rather than have c,m"S lo.CJ--t;. nnniaa a .... 1.1 r, !. ,1 iilllUillWil tVF UU UCttUli 'U'" . a.cu.lc ar mend them to tho people of Flor--The Hickman Glee Club, in ida, and wish them abundant prosnich are several good voices aud perity. Lod instrumental performers,1 TOO. r : ! Tho Mississippi Eiver Comrun iii.st iiicK- nev depot house missioners in their report just Ftctt and occupied made, recommend the appropriation of 6270,000 for the improve"weeks. stucky U.iiIroad Com-- . ment of the Hickman harbor, and 'value our railroads at $80,000 for Columbus. inTho same the last clause was inserted Prw;5c:viV. JSesycgc. time almost throw him into convulsions, lie tried electric Bitters and got relief from Kow York, Oct. 31. A WashingCo., the pop-- ' Erst after taking six bottles, bottle moved their was entirely and and had yarned in flesh ton di patch to tho World, referring cured Irenz corner. eighteen pounds. Says he positively bcr ito the forthcoming president's mes- to see. liens; lie wonhlliave died, had knot been for 'sace. sny: "ino aujniniot ration tlie reliei aUorUeu oy Ciecrrrr miners, aom take very iositive ground up ' at fifty cents a bottle by Moore &Landrum. on the financial question. lUr. commenced were almost unendurable and would some- The OYSTERS ! iiI 'iil The p.iironagc of sjtecial. arrangement lention. THE freshest and best Oyato; can. or served at any hour, way desired, aWr a;- to be hadj present season, .it iho lal ""l -- -- ;! , Jordan and Mr. Manning will recommend in their reports the suspension of the silver coinage. The president will indorse their views. Mr. Jordan will bo able to show in Iiis report that bas already boon lost in the attempt to force silver mto circulation. It is understood , that tho policy , of , ,, mi inu iic.isury ucurw!ii'i,ii win uu against any further calling in of bonds. It is held that it is not good financiering to reduce the national debt, which bears jntorost of only 3 per cent., when the current rate is 0." . eentll LACLH VVatrlll tYOUE HOGS, J WJIA T SA.1T . MEAX. ilVJ.-V- KCJiEDV Store-keojicr- s. 13 now located in M trc it Laniril store. His skill an.I nunmiuy n? proven, and he is I irated here pernur to always make good Ins promises. rtiiiWiiKilltit', the fa FouItryHexsiedy. , We arc now prepared to offer the citizens of llickman and surrounding country and towns the largest and best f"nts ami Coneral WHAT THE REMEDY WILL DO. willexiH-- the Waieii maker, establiphed a reputation m a kiHful work -- Kur"'ji;::s;i!e, drww for whom he ha unne work will cvi- dence his reliability. Call at Moore Landrum'd. For Sale. , lcn1 ! 1 foe out it, and made the midnight tabers of a number of families ky aud melodious. Come again. io corn crop has had too (.arm or mild weather, and raking but slow progress ut and hardening. Some !on of quality has occur- ! plowing and seeding has kl .under fairly favorable on the whole. pewspaper controversy on iconomies is imminent be- tho Slay field Monitor and 1Tiiirtl vrrSll " ivt i . TMTinefl icy ana ncn, uocause it would conducted with courtesy aud ity. When sensible editors fert the public may be enlight- -- serenading Tuesday r.. mm hThe dimensions of tho per- ono hundred years. W. A. BENSON, Dentist, will bo in ly formed girl of the period Hickman, next Monday, Tuesday and J- E.OSS24S, lid bo as follows: Height, 5 Yedaesday, and remain three daya only. Predictions aro still made inches; bust, 32 inches: Office, at Laclede House. Cleveland's hour 4 that President St, 24 inches: armpit to waist, of trial will come iii tho approachiiches. A good tape measnro Mayfielder gets off the fol- ng session of congress, when ho A be obtained at any dry goods lowing fish story: Ifill meet tho Democratic party AND 'hop for 5 cents. Directions for Mr. E. W. Pickering, of Cald- fSco to face, no has temporarily s P telfmeuurement sent on applica and is out the well county, once owned a hog shut tion. ammunition for the preparing with a tumor-lik- e growth on its The Grand Lodge of the In side, the result of an accident,' meeting Trith the people's elect. Delivered to all parts of the city and !U- dependent Order of Odd Fellows and that at tho death of tho hog IIWilliam: T. Best, a man of octSO burbi. from Kentucky was in session last tho abnormal growth was opened DRUG Si standing week in Louisville. Over two aim tounu to contain a pint nf blanking circles, was in Eastern arrested in fcmndred members out of a total water and a live two-inc- h porch 'New York tho other day for steal- A.G1 of two hundred aud fifty were fish, which possessed all tho char". 'lYoOOO of tho assets of tho Bos-,.- 2octs Lower tlian (lie Lowes 'present. Grand Master Bigger actcnstics ot other members of "2.'-r.-Tr,7- - T"I,s Inct it 1 have no clerk exponsss no store ron AIIMJUIOmUHUU predicts a prosperous future for tho finny tribe, with tho exception lUIl 'IClUliilll" ago, and Eest de- - ind Pa3' Ci3L f,,r al1 .m? Groceries, and ILL. rears the Order in tins State, but said in of being blind aud having a busliy fiiled threo the c,hreaP Landrui "" ttber K!aics more activitv was tail. rpRGinliHmr t.lmr nT o 01JUI4- - freed a scheme for rescuing tho Jforee, c, .:.. ..,,. . T o cents cuuupcr tnan tnc lo'V , i.ur r tour, " vwjuuii ifcibitcd. o" roi. joiin witting. oeat eciat. Cholera. I loit for 15 Rsracdy, anI can recommend "It eiclit imn lnl all tho Ith of hoiu lut siiringout of a herd oforer three hundred head. I began (V ilmc tlicK OE THREE a pat, and from tho flrit day WKI1E UlINO aTTIIT. IIATF or forts to suppress tho polygamy of ffcdlnB tliol fl they havo ahing, LOST t li.ia uuly codil 1 HAVE NOThas eavod HOG, In fact, to Sl.U'iU. improved right K LEK. aud All goods as represented. Call and see them. "HA A mo from gMJU tho AlormonB aud tho prospect of .mi sure it rxcscii and S2.50 ler Wx, acctirding to lixe, 1!.T II. can. ll.r,0. 1'ur Elcnl. success reported, it is noticeable JUS. liiVAO, v.a., Indianapolis, ina. on Clinton Tho that they have missionaries in street, splcnded store room Alexander & For sale lately occupied by JILL, Hickman, Ky. nearly every State of tho Union Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, bcpt25j aud they are making some converts. on reasonable terms. Applv to The riso and growth of ilormou-isE. T. "GARDNER. is the strongest evidence of Burlingame, is locaBarnum's favorito saying: "The Tho ted permanently in llickman; and if he world likes to bo humbugged." fixes your watch, is always at home to Poplar Bluff Citizen. prove ihe reliability of his work. DEALER IIC The project to establish a great AH kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of Catholic university at Washington Lime, Sulphite of Iron, Carbolic Acid, is being pushed by tho hierarchy Chloride of Soda. For sale at 3DHTJGS, COWG ILL'S Drug Store. of the church, and a meeting of in print, to sav mv Furniture "is the best," the bishops is soon to bo held to . t Don't forget that Salmon's & Haas i and a little printer's ink; to back up the AND mature plans. This is ono of the Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to PATENT difficult matter. None of mv would-b- e fruits of tho lato council of Balti- stop the Cholera among hogs and keep low in what respect their goods are "the more and if the result will give them from taking it, or money relunueu, rivj Abdominal Supports be Ameica anything like Padua, Sala- by te otner evening," is what they say when 3STEW W. COWGILL, Druggiat. J. MEDICIN1ES! manca or St. Omor, tho country r their claim, that they keep "the best" JONES' Millinery Bazaar is fair and tho Roman Catholic church Ipple who keep inferior goods and wish Ituelilcn'H Arnica Salve. SEWING MACHINES iI?A.IlsrT MRS. aglow with bright and beautiful will both bo tho gainers. fc it is not my way. TnE Best Salve in the world for Cats, Novelties, too numerous to mention Large Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fcvii lotn arriving almost daily by express- - A Six farmers who wore returning Sores, Tetter, uhappeu 1 lands, Uhilblain cordial invitation is extended to all to from Tyler, Texas, to their homes Corns, and all bkm Eruptions, and pos come nd examine her larco stock. A lively cures 1'iies, or no pay required, Noveltie3 in the way of in the country, on last Tuesday is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac special line of TOILET ARTICLES "jMPV mP'A'w-highllata and Bonnets, ready for the coming were robbed of SG00 by bold money refunded. 25 cents Price or iduplicate SSTLOW PRICES week. way robbers. Tho monoy was the box. For Sale at MOOUE & LANDttU? nt and escence of this discourse. proceeds ot their cotton sales. &c, &c, &c. &c, &c, &c. In an average family of five Tho highwaymen aro known and BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LADIE5 re blowinc a bout it. Perhaps vou people the taxes paid to the State L re beilf, ,ursil0li by a posse and ia perhaps you don't; it you want r i 1SS.MOLLIE J ODGC announces th mis is about ii. in return lor .ii.:. if captured will no donbt be lynchfiSTPrescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. Eing night bell after 10 o'clock you. Mill her Fall and Winter stock of tax, tho State proposes to protect ed. ' Rung Diamond Sewing Machine, the r. ar. ncrv Goods, Novelties, and Notions, is no each of them in the enjoyment of open and ready for inspection and sale property. "Withlife, liberty and A ISey? Yokk physician, who Miss Judge is a young lady of rare taste of Undertaker's Goods, and will out this protection from tho State, looks fifteen years younger than and experience, and will no doubt this politclv served on short no- ho could only enjoy his own lie really is, attributes his favora- season as fhe hxs in the past, fascinate the "Holcombe's new drug store. of this community with her exquisstrength. Suppose ho should try ble coudition to the use of lemon- ladies of to hiro some neighbor to thus ade taken regularly four times a ite selections work.goods, and her tasteful itespecttully, and protect him aud (lay. He has used 3,000 lemons a and artistic styles andThe latest goods mo9t stand guard and IE. grades of have fashionable aA.H3DN"33R. his, could ho get it done for $7 ! year for ton years. If ho, was mak- been purchased, aud prices marked down Aud yet how manjT complain about ing lemonade for salo at a circus to the lowest possible figures. With many The old, popular and always reliabld Hard warehouse of paying their taxes ! lie wouldn't use 3,000 lemons in thanks forispa3t favors, a share of public patronago solicited. Notwithstanding A good portab'c SAW MILL, 23 hope power, and in good condition. Also, FOUR MULKS and Log Wapon;and7 Yoke of Oxen, Wagon-- Chains, &c , complete. For further information, apply to or adJress, efE T. SMITH, Moscow, Ky. of augl4-12- t i:ei wrajirT I the poison from their system. It I the onli rnnedy that relleM a iios when fmat loloneJ. It will stHi,t jHch aiiK-a- jour hugs. It nuLite the boweln. 21 vtill nrrest (Useimc In every instance. jTIiom? gettlnj; ft (whfther JUca-or not) will Rain more than u0110"3 irii'.l'ounus .oi porK nunc oiuers aro giimug one. El ark 1 Iiliiiiiitr loMie tlio tamo as Unas' Iteuictlics, cncloa- -j In pilrtction? of my well known ltemetlk-j- . I J "ll imt your liocs in finp cmiJltion. ill Increase tlirlr hi liclite ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting otir floods, and as thov were nil hnnrrlir, liofnro tlio rnennt. w1vfin.n wo can give extraordinary low bargains. AVe especially invite the ladies to see our siock oi CLOAKS, JERSEYS, DRESS GOODS, T THE REMEDY hiri HAS DONE, II.N.siBiEj.1Io.. Juno 20. Hog 18SI. ni as a nro euro LACES, EMBROIDERIES, NECKWEAR. TRIMMINGS, and the late novelties in TWTO 1 1 .V Co-mar- rv i J. AMBEEG'S SONS. m Watoh-make- r, J. W. COWGILL, y ." ,'.. 1 ..'.. ... Trusses HOISIE s -ieiD 1 - W ers T. W. GBOOSEISS resii Meats Groceries Ill,i,dfi SUCCESSORS JSe Bfc3"g SiSlf Life'j-- Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at 03 oflice-secker- TO iTU2STE & DEAX.URS 1 coMP.isrir. I3ST and that tho very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. !"E PRICE OS1! Juiiwr-.vu- c J All goods guaranteed to ed 500KS. STATIONARY, and School Supplies. Eancy GOODS, TOYrf, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS UA"DKIES, PAINTS, OILS, : HITE SEWING MACHINE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. ''"A1?3 at Dr. PARIS' Oilice, to attend night calls at Moore & The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. The attention of buUderjespecially desired as this house will trive spe- ciai lntiuccnieuis. 7 JIONS A. SPECIALTY. B? aunuiiuu. If. ' I. BKE V AUD QBl -- V. L .fH-- i S jTf. - 7 .- - J, iVik ". f.1 '. ":,... 4