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Street, next door to City HalL fY. OEOROE WARREN, Editor. Tlio Oldest Novspiipor i 1 jfVewtei-- Iventuclcy. 13. 1SS5. SE1OI0N. 7&- - S PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, SI.50. ESTABLISHED 1S59. ': HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUW.Y, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER S Jt VOL. V 3 ' - ! Ltha3 of both sexes, hear the voice of God and wheel into lino; the distressed and no fr wis, accept Jesus, j and Italy and wheat- RUSSIAN DUPLICITY. TERRIBLE DISASTER. those who have BAPIDS. IN THE UvMIc Leaf Tohurrn Market. Last of all come the PVi'le Of aftluence and crowned Russia, and all the nations of r The I'.omuellan Revolt I'ngliicered at St. Eight Men Injured, Three Thought to i r Roogk preliminary estimates of thetrado Tho Queen of Shoba's Visit to high social position. Alas, that it is so! the earth, shall hear the voice of Fatally. f who have God and fall into line; then the Church, lVtoruurg. Terriblo Accident at tho Niagara If there aro those1 here Lako Superior Stoamor Algoma would jjjobably put tho crop of thoClarks-vill- a King Solomon. KfANviLLH, Ind., November been favored of fortune, or, as I might which has been toiling and strugdStrlct at 10 per cent, greater than London, November 6. A Belgrade disFalls. "Wercked on a Rock. ixcitement was caused on Lowei better put it, favoref God, surrender all gling through the centuries, ibied nnd patch states that one of tho men arrested last year, and tho Western district at 13 S cid street this afternoon by a loud re you have and all y0ue3"pect to be to tho garlanded like a bride adorned for her per cent, greater, but with theso exceptions The Manner In Which tho Jewish MonTwo UnknowifGernians Ignorant of Their for complicity in the conspiracy against jnrtand the violent rattling of windows in T.or.1 who blcssodsthisLQueen of Sheba. husband, shall put aside her voil and look Thlrty-Scr- n deficiencies. King Milan has made a confession, in so fur as Known, there Impressed Ills Neither of these Maguiilcence I'eron, arch' Dangcr.'go ()rr the "fall. in that locality, which was followed Certainly you aro iffij ashamed to bo found j up into the face of her Lord and King and districtWpfbducod much Burley tobacco place Prince houses moments u Watery rac. (iren which ho declares if tho plot to ltoyal Visitor and the Useful Leslater by an alarm of lire n few in this Queen's company I am glad that say: "The half the half was not told Karageorgovitch on the Servian thronohrul last yeKtMul probably nono was grown sons to bo Drawn Therefrom, in from that district. The cause of Christ has had his Ctpenal friends in all me!" o iiiJlSK. The several Green succeeded the Prince intended to dOmin-fste- r turnd and alarm was tho explosion of a there CnirpEwlA, Oxt., November S. Abont the nose ages Elizabeth CbrfstiQueen of Prus- - ' "Well, there Is coming a greater surprise Owen Sound, Ont., November 9. Tho smaller crop3 than last year, the Government entirely in tho inter lxilerW Win. Aiken it Son's laboratory. half-petwo o'clock this afternoon two Feodorovnajgueen of Russia; to every Christian a greater surprise than est of Russia. Tbis was to have been the tThe bflcr was torn from its fastenings. Canadian Pacific Railway Company's but tb$y$ld of dark and heavy styles Is Th Rev.T.De"Witt Talraage, in a recent sia; Maria men in a small row boat were observed by largerhoa'last year, while that of Burley sermon in Brooklyn Tabernacle, took tho Mnrio. Emnress ofiFraQCe; Heleua, the ' anvthinc 1 have predicted. Heaven is an situuu uui some boys 011 the Canadian shore of tho first step toward Russian dominance in all uasseusiruigut upiuruugu iuubuilding, and steamer Algoma, which left hero ThursAt rof, passing over tho day, the Mh inst., went ashore on Isle tobacco lalargely curtailed. East of Louissubject of tho Queen of Shoba's visit to imperial mother ofCORStaatinp; Arcadia, old story. Everybody talks about it. Niagara River, nearing tha rapids just the Slav States of the Balkan Peninsula.this and 'JOO feet distant. y nlighpiK in tho street fully the same moment of the receipt of Royal.in Lake Superior at four o'clock crop is nrobably 25 to 30 King Solomon for his theme. The text from her great foHunejibuilding public! ' There is hardly a U. ma in the hymn-boo- k ville thyfBurloy abovo the falls. Apparently they wea un- information dispatches carnal" om Con- Eighf men were in the room at the baths in Cohstantiplo ?Ad toiling for the ' that does not refer to it. Children read per cej jjess than last vear. morning, during n blinding snowwns book, conscious of their danger at tho time. They stantinople showing that the Prt bad time jf the accident, all of whom wero in- storm. About eight passengers and o alleviation of the r&sses;Queen Clotilda, about it in their Sabbath-schoo- l We .Bte 1SSI tobacco as follows for full- - Heboid, tho The thought halt was not told me. II Klnj,s. leading her husbaig.'andj,000 of his armed Aged men put on their spectacles to study were onco in close proximity to the shore, made known to tho British Embassador its jured threelist of thoto be fatally. inju-ne- s It- umeliao weigh! Wn ckages men and their is a of tho crew are supposed to bo lost. but again headed out into tho river, when rrasonsor believing that tho John Seideuthal, scalded and warriors to Christin "&pUn; Elizabeth, it. We say it is a harbor from the storm, Tho Captniu, first nnd second mato nnd ljih ami Ucary. 3 Hurini-- . they were warned from those on shore of revolt was originally fomented a in Rusi had resolved that Jerusalem John nino of the crow wero saved. W. J.JHull TrasVM.". . steam, is reported dying: treacher"& though Prince Alexander by fi4 " i oj 4 2.V 4 ) Solomon the center of all sacrod, regal of Burgundy, givife hjsrJjewcled glove to "We call it our home. We say it is the their danger, they appeared not to under- ous movement has temporarily .V) should be secur" McQol, badly scalded nbout face, arms, and W. B. McArthur, of tho passen- C'onvBge.. beggar nnd scJttorijigJ'great fortunes house of many mansions. We weave stand, nnd steered more down stream : Mjt 5 W 0 00 f ( He 6et a commercial magnificence. g for himself tho advantage of it. Ac- ondlecs, and' fatally injured internally; gers, are PrtBce'Albert, sing- -' gether all sweet, beautiful, delicate, B 2T 7 Oil and than ever. When in tho rapids their boat cording it 1fL tho distress the known Tho safe. first W'd- - Hyde, dangerouslv injured about to the Porte's advices 7 8 00 himself to work and monopolized tho sur 7 (Art1; 7 5' was seen to break in twain, nud one of j"fFind'0r Qastic, j hilarant words; we weave them into d "Rock of hands', body and legs of tho disaster was when tho stenmer head nnd body, s &n 00 rounding desert as a highway for his car to make the prearranged r s iVo Si them clung for ft moment to a part of it, QueentVlctorilrlncogijjtto reading tho tera, and then we spell it out In rose and j:j 6oe.ir so 10 UUwjcll about anot)cr scalded; John Jack, hands and legs . at but they were soon lost sight of. Upon m- - volt the excuse for bringingobject otecflr; scalded, right side badly bruised; 11. L. Arthabasen, of the samo line, arrived tho avans, lie tmut tne city 01 rounyra Scriptures to 17 W5i!U0 i;i joil5 W I'bies God lilyjind amaranth. And yet that placo ., Port Arthur Into this oveninc, with Iry they proved to havo boen two Ger- - war with Turkoy. with the around one of the principal wells of the tliat Dm ituviit Amt AftLtnvnltv AtiH.i-i- s f going to be- a surnrisa to the mo: Afken and H.B. Aiken, sr.ns of the proprie- - crew of the AlKQma, cousistin&o r-nz control ofthe ualKau States. 'in'" ,,,. r - .r r r .mil -- ,,l "East, so that nil the ldn"g trains of merVa&JMiJjwcaideiulwa aniwgs scaiueuji thirteen. nnd"twd1)r 'tho'passengers. 'fh !,,.; rr ll Sf,. tlirnnanrrl mUSlC. all IIS liar- - IIUCIllKCUb Vlliisiiuii. " ni " it r oit Item. nnu bouy scniaea. M.r. were tho only ones saved, lno Artuatms-ca- , Jacob Kessner, lace nme! , chandise from the East were obliged to monies nnd painting, all its pictures and ; Sheba, the report has come to us from the Count Kessner, the engineer, states that a few all, of Trimblesom te thia evening it was rumcred which left Owen Sound two dnys after started. us leave part of time utop there, pay toll andof Solomon's their sculpture, all its statuary and arcnitecture; far country, and many of we have on the ird"rousH minutes before the explosion he found three the Algoma, came upon tho wrecK at isie of the victims was a younz German merurge wealth in the hands story. Thf tteauy i gauges of water, and hail thirty-nv- e queens of the earth, in loug line of It is a desert march, but ive wei :ht to the and the August, a baker, w ho came from Buffalo Royale, and found the crew and two paspamei t handler, was awarded chants. Ho named the fortress Thapsa-cu- s ndvapce, frankincense filling the nir and camels. What though our feet be blistered strained relations between AustriT a"d pounds of steam, and can not account tor sengers in a perishing condition on tho last week. The bthtr is unknown. 4 suit for damages hi Trimble be madiwore the accident unless caused by defective island. Tho wreck had been dashed with Russia are not hkdv to of tho chief part of the Euphrates, and camels .'aden with gold, shall approach with the way? We aro hastening to the amiable bv the publication of theSje'-dence- s iron m the boiler. The explosion was of maddened waves against tho rocks, nnd CircuB out. I'handbr will stdl have 'o put under guard everything that passed the Five at a Birth All Boys. and the gates shall be hoisted, palace. We take all our loves and hopes Rus-iadesigns upon pren'"'' - tch force as to completely demolish the was finally beaten against tho shore of stand V al fir aw derous assault. of lethere. The three great products of Pales' Toledo, 0., November 8. A remarkable Trhich .Austria secretly regams as and the great burden of splendor shall be and Christian ambitions, a frankincense .f the building and west walls. The tho south crew and two Tho island. GeoI iETi'iMAsanl Harry Poiniexttr tine wino pressed from tho richest clusdamage is estimated fully j.000. story comes from Henry County, just west gitunato future prey. lifted into the palace of this greater than and myrrh and cassia, to the great King. of the passengers saved themselves were in Louisvillo with several ters and celebrated all the world over; oil, Solomon. :J We must not rest. We must not halt. Tho and batby taking to tho of this city, ivhicb, if it were not thorI"luiV worth of diamon is nnd which in that hot country is the entire thousaK Invasion of Oklahoma. tling with tho waves until shro was reachmy subject tenches me what is night is coming on, and it is not safe out Closed, would bo almost inAgain, oughly substantiated, Carson Mint was over was Little Hock. Auk., November 5. Ad- ed. Tho boat waves,washedrighted several other vnluabfcs. They were about to leave substitute for butter nnd lard, andevery earnestness in the search of truth. Do vou herein the desert. Urge on tho camels. credible. It is.to tho effect that several Washington. November C On tie re again for Cincinuat. but times by tao inI see the domes against the sky, and the pressed from tho olive branches until know where Sheba was? It was in Abysdays ago tho wifo of AVilhulm Freand, a commendation of Dr. Kimball, Diregor of vices from Indian Territory say the Tho whtlo "the men clung with tho They t A new miliary company, tho Owsley tree in the country becamo an oil well; and sinia, or some say in the southern part of houses of Lebanon, and tho temples, and vasion of Oklahoma continues. German f aimer living about half a mile the Mint, Secretary Manning has arborspair of den'h to tho sides. honey which was the entire substitute for Arabia Felix. In either case it was a great the gardens. See the fountains dance in from Holgate, gave birth to live children, ized suspension of all operations H the boomers are coming in from all points. succeeded in reaching the land in an Rilles, has ben organized nt.Lancaster. great products of way off from Jerusalem. To get from the sun, and tho gates flash as they open n Nft far from Fort Reno thero are numbers almost dead condition from exjtosuro all boys, and hat all tho infants are well mint, at Carson, Nevada. Since The crimiinl libel suits against Y. E. sugar these three of families encamped. They claim to tw Send and exhaustion. The storm contiued to Allison and Geo. W. Smith, formerly of the country Solomon exported; and re- there to Jerusalem she had to cross a coun to let in the poor pilgrims. formed and alive. Mrs. Freund is thirty-si- x of coinage of tho standardjjlver for the U est, but it is evident rage furiously all night long. The rescued years of, age. and during her niuetecu dollar at Carson, last June, this mist has ceived in turn fruits and precious woods try infested with bandits, anu go across the word up to the palace that we are disin Oklahoma. expert years of married lifa had given 'birth to been conducted as an Hssav otlice. Tl de- they men of to remnin heavily armed remaiu-- on tho beach watching tho wreck tho Louisville Commerri'il, have been and tho animals of every clime. He went blistering deserts. Why did not the coming and that we are weary of tho The the party are teat against the ri'Ckbound island, and missed by Major Rped's attorneys. twenty-on- e children, eighteen of whom posits, however, have beeu insignificant and ordered a fleet of down to Ezion-gebwith rifles, shotguns and pistols. The samo seeing the dead bodies dashed in tho Sheba stay at homo and send march of the desert. The King will come are no'w alive. The other three lived to during the last few mouths. The rwson Pension swhdler nnd desporado, Alf. ships to be constructed, oversaw tho work- Queen of state of affairs is reported in other parts of surf against the shores, ino AlgoTown-sento inquire nbout this out and say: "Welcome to the palace; various ags over a year. 'Dr. assigned by Director Kimball for tbepres-en- t Oklahoma. Troops are ready to move when ma was' a thoroughly built and splenLittle's nggregitod sentences in U. S. Court men nnd watched the launching of the flo- a committee bathe in these waters, recline on these of Holgate, has been in attendance new religion, and have the delethewning ordered, but the Department at Washingnctiou is that the "yield of years at the tilla which was to go out on more than a didly equipped Clyde s'teel utenmer, lighted nt Louisville ari twenty-thre- e nt most of these events, and Dr. Harrison, industry once centering at Carson ifinow ton gates report in regard to that re- banks. Take this cinnamon and frankinfalls to art. The Indians are becoming bv elictricltv. Tho gross tonnago wns lowest, with several indictments to hear year's voyage to bring home the"wealth of of Napoleon, is aIo conversant with the practically reduced to nothing, sojthat ligion and the wealth of King Solomon? cense and myrrh, and put it upon a censer turbulent. facts, and has assisted 011 fcomt occasions. whatever reason there once was fortie ex- watched, Couch's movements nro being 1.7S0, length 'JTO feet, breadth .'IS feet. She from. tho then known world. He heard that tho She wanted to see for herself, and hear and swing it before the altar." And yet, and he ill likely be anvsted be- was complete in every detail. J ho The mother is described as a comely Ger- istence of the Carson Mint is no lonpr in Lam and Order Club of IiOuisvillo have Egyptian horses were large and swift and for herself. She could not do this by work my friends, when Heaven bursts upon us fore he can gather tho scattered boomers. was as luxurious as thatof theIinest d man woman, and spare, and the j we9.11 ocean btecmers. Fears aro entertained of n figr c uivicted Thomai Neady, Stevo Hopkins, and he re- nf committee. She felt she had a soul it will be a greater surprtse than tnat Je- The ivsscl cost and father short nnd solid, but not yirtly. This force." the latter and the Indian police. and is understood to have been insured for Joo Sutton, Tom Montgomery, Jack Wilhappy couple live 011 a small farm which solved to purchase them, giving $&" apiece worth 10,000 kingdoms like Sheba. and' sus on the throne and we made like him! OO.lH). Blown to Atoms. She is one of the three steamers son and Jo.-the husband tills with the assistance of his Let is for running gambling for them, putting the best of these borset Kim wanted a robe richer than anv All our Christian friends surrounding us Alberta, Arthabasen and Algoma purSerious Gas Explosions. Some of the children, numerous anu uurty in his own stall and selling the surplus tc woven by Oriental shuttles, and she in glory ! All our sorrows and tears and Atlanta, Ga., November 5. rooius. iacti were nnou chased two venrs ago by tho Canadian Pad it is said, were born in tho where PiTTSRUitGH, November C. By an explomen, William Kennebread andjFhil. cific Railroad for tho'luko traffic, since days, m cept Neady, who gets six months. foreign potentates at great profit. He wauted a crown set with the jewels of sins gone by forever! The thousands of the mother was at work. Johnson, well diggers, wero killed yeter-da- v sion of natural gas on Second avenue this which time she hns been plying steadily yinM Smith Ccllinb, an old nud es- - beard that there was the best of timber on eternity. Bring out the camels. Put on thousands, the one hundred and forty and bv an explosion of blasting powder. evening, Peter McCarthy was fatally inbetween Owen Sound and Port Arthur, dolfcO.OOC Fictitious Postal Orders. teeme.x (itizen of Midison County, is dead, Mount Lebanon, and ho sent out tho spices. Gather up the jewels of the four thousand, the great multitudes that Thlrtv feet down they struck graniwand jured and Michael Wood quite seriously ing a big business. men to hew down tho forest and drag ths throne and put them on tho caravan. 110 man can number, wdl cry world withyears. aged St. Louis, November S. Lato yesterday commenced drilling for the purpose of burned. Tho men were digging trench through the mountain gorges be lost. Goad on out end: "The half the half was not told afternoon an indictment was found by the mowing up tneroc. Destructive Tornado. rs for Kentnckians: John P.. Barr. timber work by when , Start now; no time to drilled aovetal more j construct it into rafts to be floated to they descended acrfdJMtoccarre1l'The United States Grand Jury against John S. the camels. When I see that caravan, us: piMon was Star, remedy for rheumatism: Selma, Ala., November 9. Exploring I'lii-and from thence to be drawn by or weary and exhausted, trudgOverton, proprietor of the Southern Hotel UV.CO. llt.CiUUi, IMV vl.Wrf... - o bodies rausd bv the light coming in contact with A WATER NYMPH. followed, when thetwi relief parties ny the track of the tornado, Daniel F? B'dingrr, Riehwood, ruling miles across the land ing on across the desert and among the twenty-fiv- e charging him with conspiring anexolos.on flftv feet in the air. necf the a Kas ea frm the pipes along the street, Luschar, Frankfort, ice teams was shot mi ft. A which passed over this section Friday night He heard that there weie bandits, until it reaches Jerusalem, I Tho Cute UttlB Cockle-She- ll That Is Well Wilkesbarke. Ta., November 10 defraud the Government by complicity bodies fellonthe around about one hundred C. Miller, Newport, to Jerusalem. Xam.nl the serious gas explosion occurred at Sugar was half a milo wide. They have gone machine; Freder.ck Nadorff. louisville, beautiful flowers in other lands. Ho seit say: "There is an earnest seeker after of John K. Quinn, feet away from the well, horribly mutin tho fraudulent deeds No. 0, last night. Hichard over forty miles, picking up dead and roller sate; Httiry Notch, llinffalo Express.) many for them, planted them in his own gardens, of Paragould, Ark., who ilated, the bead being all but severed. The Jami', in Shaft Juhn Davis nnd Patrick Pligh were wounded, and don't know bow mucH longer barrel ashing machino; William II. Per- nnd to this very day there are flowers the truth." But there are a great act in body shot straight up in the air and other "was also indicted The frauds There is a very peculiar craft plying tho my friends, who do uot terribly burned. James suffered serious kins, Orensboro, writing machino for the found in the ruins of that city such as are of you, be-- n in tho presenting of forged money or- fell back iuto the well. injuries, his hands being burned to a crisp. tho track is. Thirteen jvrsons havo way. You all want to get the truth, waters of Niagara River; too largo for a stoneders nt the St. Louis postofilce signed by found killed outright, and forty or fifty blind; Thos. Woods, Nicholasvtlle, Louis- to be found in no other part of Palestine, thatyou want the truth to come to you; plaything; too small to be a competitor in but Mrs. Valkup Acquitted. F Quinn and niado out." to n fictitiou-duugcrously wounded. A number of per- cutter's thlsol ; Win. II. Wooldridge, Natural Gas Wells Failing. tho lineal descendants of the very llowers you uo not want 10 go lu i. mco.c either freight or passenger traffic; it serves person. Overon's complicity lay in his Emporia, Kab., November C Thejjury sons cin not bo accounted for. Bales of ville, automatic head support for caps. C The natural Solomon planted. He heard that in people who fold their arms and say: "I only as a pleasure Tolono, III., November to its owner, Genidtutitication of Quinn as thellctuious pergin " From (11 quarters exc pt n small part of that blown were from cotton court at 4 richest son, by means of which be "was enabled to in tho Walkup case came into gas wells of ToIodo are gradually failing, nud ttiist and scattered Ceutral Tontucky tuo fruit crop is retiorted foroign groves there were birds ofHe seat am ready to become a Christian any time. eral James C. Strong, of this city. It is o'clock with a verdict of acquittal. The and no now ones havo been discovered for houses, collect the criers. Several orders were voice and most luxuriant wing. of curieverywhere. No two lucks of lint were left shall bo saved, is an saved collecd by Quuin In the name of Henry Judge read the verdict, "Wo find the de- a year. The most noted of all theso wells, together. A man driving with cotton to tho in splenid condition. In some few places out people to catch them and bring them If I am to be be lost II shall be lost." A named the Firefly and novel object power. motive on account of its am to osity and if I "Watson, through Overton, amounting to fendant not guiltv," and, turning tdMrs. is complaint of inferior quality of city has been lost. The cotton nnd wagon cages. several hundred dollars. Another -- harge Walkup, he said: "You are discharged owned by II. C. Smith, and used for several wero blown u quarter of a mile, nnd man there crjp, yet nearly everywhere that there, and ho put them into bis man who says that and keeps on saying it It w'as the privilege of an Express reporter heating purposes nt and mules carried off and can not bo found. applo train will be lost. Jerusalem will never come yesterday to be one of a small party to of defraudiug the Govennn nt by buying from custodv and are free." Cheer years for lighting aud Stand back, now, and see this long 'reported as beins considerably postage-stamp- s of Quinu at reduced rates, after eher went up from tho crowd. his resid' nc is becoming almos worthof camels coming up to the King's gate, to you; you must go to Jerusalem. take a cruise on the Firefly to the Oakfield Growing crops, jjotatoes, etc., wero torn up crot is gas being madequntthe stamps being stolen by the Inner, is Mrs. Walkup crid and miled alternately, less, tho supply of from the ground. Even trees nnd cotton over anj average, both in quantity and nnd the ox trains from Egypt, gold and Tho religion of the Lord Jesus Christ Grand Island and return. pending against Overton. He is a retired and thanked eacu juryman. A moment for the uses it tormerlv subserved. Auoth r, and stalks wero barked. Relief parties qa ility. : silver and precious stones and beasts of will not come to you: you must The entire machinery, engine, boiler and , greatest are searching for tho dead and dyinc. actor, middle-agewithout family, and later hrr moth-- r, who bad been absent, which, when uew, showed, tho of Mercer County, every hoof and birds of every wing nnd go and get religion Bring out the camels; all takes up less room than an ordinary d has been in charge of tho for rushed in crying with joy, clasped her pressure of any of them, nnd was used to and is being douo to relieve the abandiflJLjr days ago. Ho claimed to bo tne fish of every scale. See the peacocks strut put on all the sweet spices, all the treasures cooking stove and resembles it in fact as several years. daughter a her urmn, Ibeffctbraw iinrwJf run a larce steam engine, has been region destitution. The negrws aro frighvu-upon Mr. Jay, nnd kissed TiinTr'n'n'd'nnaHy doned. Host of the others in this nenrly to death, and huddle nbout together m.iBWiieTrcrrti sterling-- rnce' commanu under tho cedars, anil tho horsemen run, of tho heart's atlection. Start for the well as appearance. It is nothing mora Starved to Death. wrung of each juryman and the or squat alone, uiflad, in bushes or under w ho ot and killed General Nathaniel nnd the chariots wheel. Hark to the or- throne. Go in aud hear the waters or salnor lest than an oil stove, which propels a ' Loweli., Mass., November S. A police- Judge, the hnds . blessing them. thanking fallen trees, stupefied and speechless with Lvon at ti.o battle of Springfield. Mo., chestra. Gaze upon tho dance. Not stoppower. Tho vation dashing in fountains all around steam engine of An Ignorant Postmistress. found a family of children man fear and superstition, nnnble to tell w here ping to look into tho wonders of the Tem- nimnt the throne. Sit down at the ban originality of the invention is tho autoCorning, Pa., November ". Mrs. Catha- any of their household is. The city is being early in the war. deatM in a tenement houso on Threw Her Smitten Child from a Train starving to pass quetthe wine pressed from the graoe3 of matic adjustment of the feed, which makes cauvassed for money subscriptions to bury The Lou.sville Gas Company has been ple, step right on to the causeway and Postmistress, has been nrrine Charles street. There was a boy of sevenMontrkal, November 6. A woman restedTrump, charge of opening letters and the dead and re.icve the wants of the des- sued by tho city for jll),127 for back taxes. up to Solomon's palace. Here we find our- the heavenly Eshcol, the angels of ooa the employment of a "stoker" unnecessary. on the teen, a girl of twelve and two other child- named Fortin threw her boy Goad on tho camels; Two jets of steam connect with two outlet selves amid a collection of buildings on the th-of keeping titute. ren aged nine and seven yer3 and a dead off the morning train at Bonaventure, to-- , reading ported for the purposetho buine?s Sosttsville is to havo a now bank. n in regard to tank of oil, after tho herself which tho king bad lavished the wealth of Jerusalem will never come to you; you pipes of a child still younger. The oldest boy was day, because he had the small-poDestructive Winds in Texas. Anna Thomas was arrested many empires. The genius of Hiram, the must go to Jerusalem. The Bible declares BeAt secrets of her neighbors and tho love afmanner of a blowpipe, and blow the oil house was destitute of quite sick,ard the people of the comma-uitv- . in of n Dangerfield, Tex., Nov mber 9. Later a lew days ago for throwing her illegiti- architect, and of the other artists, is here it: "Tho Queen of the South" that is, this through horizontal pipes into tho everything but Hie scantiest furniture. The fore the attention couldthebe physician the fairs of the voting guiltv of the charge, was She idoaded drawn to children are Frencn Canadians named charge of the dpot was suffering from the but said she didn't know she was commit- accounts show thnt the tornado in Cass mate child in an outhouse. The child seen in tho long lino of corridors and tho verv woman I ani speaking of "The fire box, which is very shallow. As the oil, the boy found horribly mutilated and dead. approach to the Queen of the South shall rise up in judg- thus atomized, passes into the fire box it Bouchctte, w hose mother isdtnd and whose fict that the wa3 off. The loud ting an offense for which she would be County last Thursday evening was worse Thoag.'i tho Thomas girl is but eighteen suspended gallery and the father chops wood in the country and disease than at first rejorted. Its breadth was throne. Traceried window opposite tracer-ie- d ment against tht3 generation aud condemn feeds the flame, and steam is generated. of the passengers evidently punished. comes home hut once n week. Tdey could mutterinzs the mother, thisds tho third leavfrightened window. Bronzed ornaments burstthirty yatds. Tho spiral shaped cloud years old it is known that it; for she came from the uttermost parts When the steam pressure reaches a certain talk but li;tl "English. Tha dead child ing the yard, and while for just after runThe First Blizzard. child that she has killed. the train was moved with awful velocity and a roar, ing into lotus and lily and pomegranate. of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solo- height, indicated by the steam gauge, a was lying on a chst, and had been dead, miles an hour, " St. Paul, Minn., November C One ning at the rate of sixteen thev said, since Friday forenoon. crushing dw ellings and outbuildings, scatHon Smith, tho young Louisvillo lawyer Chapiters surrounded by network of 1c s mon, and lo a greater than Solomon is diaphragm acts automatically on tho the car to tho platform child was asleep on another old box, and she took her boyfrom tho train. ofSho has from tho north and west show that heavy tering their contents fnr and w ide,and g arrested a few days ago on tho chargo o in which imitation fruit seemed suspended here." God help me to break up tho insteam current, reducing its force, and, conblizzards are raging. Terrible snow storms another the stove. There was and threw him death aud destruction in its pathway. stealing a gold watch belonging ton friend, as in hanidns-basketThree brnuches of those people who are sitting sequently diminishing the quantity of fuel. fatuation nothing in the houso to eat, but a good fire been nrrested. are reported in Nor'h Dakota and at Hardv Pitman nnd three children,s-ixwas discharged tho other morning, as the so Josenhus tells us three branches sculpt down in idleness, expecting to be saved. So. too, when the steam pressure lowers tho was burning in the stove. The overseers Brainerd. Six inches of snow has fallen and eight years old. an his n Steamers Collide. frion.l fsiled to nooear acninst him. Smith ured on tho niarblo, so thin and subtle "Strive to enter in at the straight gate; automatic diaphragm opens up the valve poor wero notified and they pave of the since this afternoon in Duluth. It is the boy named Richird Hawthorn, were all inBy this "gov CiNCiNNATi.Ncvember 0. About 1 o'clock worst th-orders for provisiohs and wood, and sent havo had then for stantly killed by the destruction of their claims that they wero on a spree, ami mat that oven tho leaves seemed to quiver. A ask and it shall be given you; seek and ye end more fuel is added. W. Gaff, five years, and is stiii raging. an undertaktr to bury the dead child. this morning tho steamer Jas. residence. The" hend of one child was heh nothing whatever to do with the laver capable of holding .VX) barrels of wa- shall find; knock and it shall be opened ernor" the pressure is kept uniform. When from Memphis for Cincinnati, and the Rahd City, Dak., November G. A hoivy twisted off and carried two hundred yards loss the watch, but recovered it as a ter on 000 brazen oxhead"!, which gushed to you." Take the kingdom of Heaven by the match is once applied the engine conAn Heiress es a Tramp. has been raging in tho hills from the body. Mr. Bruce, a widow' aged per al favor. Ho says lurtuer mat uts with water and filled tho wholo place with violence. Urge on the camels. Mountain Girl, bound down the river, Vith trols itself, and tha engineer's duty is thus eighty years, and her daughter, were badly arrc, ' LoNncjN, November S. A romantic story a circus c mpanv on board, from this city, since last night. Again, my subject impresses me with the comparatively a light one. came through spito from tho police, coolness nnd crystal lino brightness and injured by tho wrecking of their residence. is making a stir in Beriiu. A young and collided in the Ohio River at Split Rock, The boat runs at a speed of ten miles an It is supposed the former will uo from hi r aud 'at he will make it hot for somebody musical plash. Ten tables chased with char- fact that religion is a surprise to any one Josh Billing's Will. near Aurora. The Mountain Girl sank in beautiful girl recently arrived there, half injuries. Reports of other casualties are soon iot wheel and lion and cherubim. Solomon who gets it. This story of the new religion hour, and oue gallon of oil is sufficient over the water five New Yohk, November C The will of the turkey wns starving and without a pfennig. As there her minutes, with the circus two feet of Ivory. At the seating in Jerusalem, and of the glory of Kins fuel for that length of time. The engine a folks barely late Henry W. Shaw (Josh Billings) wns expected. After the storm ofa his cabin floor, Ar Covington, a few dtys ngo, two sat on of throne feathers. found completely stripped inwas sonic irregularity in passport, the throne, on each end of each of Solomon, who was a type of Christ that is thus economical as well as trustworthy. escaping with their lives. All the ring filed in the Surrogate's office Gr.it. and Geo. place workmen, named Gustave He Tho extent of the damages is not known. quiries were mmlo to establish her ideat-itis its Why, my friends, story rolls on and on. and is tola ty ever . and sideshow animals aud reptiles r im- ... 1. jj .- ,, run thf boat., so simplothe cn- Michaels, had just finished varnishing one tho steps, a brazen lion. bequeaths $1,000 each to his two daughters It transpired that he was the heircs horsesdrowned. One life was lost, a were Jerusalem. The and the chsapness of of six Hundred tbottsand mark, who, after and divides his books-- , tubs at the br wery of John in that place they trimmed their candles traveler comtne back from every ship and j . of tho largo from Lawrencoburg, Ind. The and his sons. A Boy Nearly Killed by a Hoc. gold, nnd they washed ,. w;ti, its freedom from av. n th wini. of being educated in a French convent, Gaff was not injured. letters, etc.. between hU wifo and two Brenuer, an in goin; out of tho tub they with snuffers of story "in. cinders, smoke, and danger of exNovember 1). A loug as brought to Atco, N. J., Frankfort, daughter. He leaves his wi'o rs Imd" been dust, tuf, ,i,otr rnrnish cnu on the inside of the their faces in basins of gold, and they with ever" caravan, and you know a and abandoned thero by a man disguised she remains his widow, all tho interest old sou of. Jacob Kchenback, of Jacques scooped out tho ashes with shovels of gold, enlartres as it is retold, and by the time plosions, will no doubt make it popular in Resumption at Roach's Shipyard. tub. Iustead of taking a ladder and getarising out of hi investment, nnd at her as a monk. She had been ignorant of her fires with tongs like the Firefly, fo; retintrn into the southern part ' ....v... Chester. Pa., November S- .- All the death it is to be divided between her two Bridge, a German settlement near Atco, ting in the tub. ouo of them opened tue and they stirred the altar the water; gold circumstances and tramped all the way to was frightfully torn up by a hog which ho of Arabia Felix and the Queen of Sheba 1)leasurts an,i recreatioijrather than great a lantern in,wbicli was of gold. Gold reflected in of the departments atuoaens (laughters.. Tne market value of tho esnnd stuck Berlinrliving on charity and the proceeds foremen e g capacity. Tha Firefly's owner is was feeding on Saturday night. Tho lad followed by a terrific explosion, nnd the flashing from the apparel; gold blazing in hears it, it must be a tremendous story of a little. needlework. The French Em- - shipyard prior to the suspension have been tate is i'G.OOO. was walking backward from the animal, btssyMias taken the interesting waif under ordered to report Monday morning, ana And yet this Queen declares in regard to t exce"e(imxiy proud of his possession, and fortu, and beforo tho men the crown. Gold, gold, gold. . when he stumbled and fell and tho hog flames burst Eleven Indians Sentenced to Hang. its protection, ftince ntr .story txcfttne they will takeon about 130 men, which ,,.!, "nleasure in her. The boat is Of course the news of the ailluence of it. nlMinnirhshe.li.ns heard so much, and t away they were caught by tho him, lacerating known scores of suitors have been hanging Winnipeg. Man.. Novemler 3. Judge jumped i and mnisgliiighisthe Iwy's face could get horribly burned about the faco that place went out everywhere by every had her anticipations raised so high, the ( tTV.enty.flVe feet long with five feet beam. augmented as uectssity number will be limbs with his nud about her. lout ami breast screams of the lad brought his flames domnnds, but in no case will more than EM) Rouleau, of Battleford, arrived half-t- ho half was not told her. so religion and will comfortably carry a party of ten tu:k3. The nud body. It is thought they inhaled the caravan and by wing of every ship, until the employ night. The Judge tried forty-Mbe employed. They will be In Indian father jut it: time to save his life. crowded is always a surprise to ony one that gets or twelve; since it was launched, about A St. Louis Dynamiter Peaches. soon the streets of Jerusalem are flames. of the Government. prisoners. and on tho Sixteen of theo wire dishat is that long it. The story of grace an old story. three weeks ago, there has hardly been a required to charged, twenty-nin- e with curiosity seekers. St. Louis, Mo., November S. William About three months will bo wero eut to the of In view of the scandals uow and then -t A Stray Baby Causes a Rumaus. procession approaching Jerusalem? I Apostles preached it with rattle arm day but that it has bean in service. Tobin, the last of the" street car dynamiters complete tho Bostou, and about ten months penitentiarvtfor periods ranging between afloat as to tho abuse of females in the declared it with it there must be chains; martyrs twenty and two years, nrd eleven were : rrestfd, made a full statement to for the Chicago. St. Louis. November 0. Several mouths and dumb nnd blind think from the pomp ofsmell lteware of the ItacSceye. death-bed- s have affirmed it breath of sentenced to be hanged' November 27. ago a baby, a few days old. was found ujon Stat- lunatic, deaf I Chief of Police Parrigan, in which he poai-- t correspondent of the Louisvillo royalty in the train. brought the presents, of fire; A Young Vffman Found Dead. r Andrew S. Fuller. In X. ". Tribune. J asyX ins, a Theso were known to be concerned directly as visions of glorv, and ministers of rewith vely says that the plans of the dyna-- 1 the front stoop of the residence of L. A. OOIB- lercfal asks, would it not be well for the spices which are The horse chestnut of Europe nnd the through tho lanes Wabash, Ind., Novembers. Miss Nan- in the Fro; Lake massacre. .iters were perfected in a meeting at which Coqtiurd, the well know n broker. This d the!i.ATisiaiuro ab us cumins .oesstuu iu and I hear the shout of the drivers, and I ligion have sounded it chapels and the American buckeye contain similar proper- ... n woman eighteen yjars nie Welsh, a young Puikcrton. the Master Workman of tho caravan showing that and highways and the to reveluti ins wuich resulted in his wife, di'A- and consider tne feasibility and seethe Conn?cticut Election. drew up and signed the warrant of age. who has been employed for some furniture to It has been cut into stone with ties, and the nuts or Dotii anu 01 oiuci the news Hartford, Conn., November 5. The on last Saturday, moving her in this city, piaS ety of employing educated femalo they come from far away. CrySheba ad- cathedrals. spread on tha canvas with pen speeies belonging to the same genus art for the purchase of the dynamite. Tobin timo past as a domestic in the family of s home, her chisel, and The Queen of states that the members of the assembly James Robertson, this morning was found corrected returns of the vote through the aud the takine of preliminary steps to pro- raammaus to attend upon the female por- - up to the palace. sheep, goats, deer and the people come out to see. cil; and it has been recited in the doxology eaten by horses, knew nothing of the matter, and that the dead in her bed. Sho had retired the.pre- - State shows several changes. According cure a divorce, witn 100,000 alimony. Coallsuch asylums, and thereby do vances. Let all men come oat on the palace ot great congregations. And yet when a cattle, especially if the animals are net whole p!6t was executed by the six men vious evening apparently in excellent Let the mighty qtiurd is reputed to bo very wealthy, and Republicans gain a. Representh theso infamons horrors?" palace of well supplied with more palatable food who conceived it, while the assembly was health. An inqnest held by the Coroner to thee ttie corridors. Let Solomon come down the man first comes to look on tho tative in Bethanv, Chitpl.ti, Putnam aud he aud his wife havo been leaders,iu the . kept in ignorance. es, n mountaineer, wuo sutne stairs of tho palace before tho Queen has Rod's merev., nnd to see the royalty of . The nuts, of the buckeye, according to Dr. resulted In tho nndlnsthat she oied of Groton, nnd the "Democrats elect ont of the very best circles In the city. r , a heart diseRse. This is the'tnird icddcn Menden Representatives, Dr. Davis. Tne ed the figures on his contract alighted. Shake out the cinnamon and the Christ and theaalttt'ofth'n banquet, and AVoodhouse, contain, a starch superio. death that has occurred here in lessthanla corrected tables show for tho House 132 John McCulIough Dead. mail route, was sentenced to saffron aud the calamus and the frank- theluxurianceV his attendants, and the ; to that found in R el Again Respited. f Republicans and llfi Democrats. There f Philadelphia, November 8. John Mc- week. ars in the Detroit Penitentiary by incense, and pass it into the treas- lnrMmeQS of his face, and. the joy ot ins water irom tne iresu will probably be several contests. Regina, N. W. T., November !. Riel, y CulIough, the tragedian, died Sensational Shootingr ' arr, of the United States Circuit ure house. Take up tho diamonds service, he exclaims, with prayers, wun is narcotic and poisonous, auu io. " at who was to havo been bung five minutes after 1 o'clock, ct the house of son it is not safe to permit cattle to gorge .t Louisville. He was arrested over O., November S. In the lobby Columbus, More Mormon Immigrants. until they glitter in the sun. The tears, with seas. wth triumphs: "The hns been respited until the ICth inst. Prepbis wife, in East Frankford r ad. There of tho Neil Hauo, this evening,Auditor ago, but three mouths after his cap- - Oneen of Sheba alights. Sho enters' the half the half was not told me!" Iap-pethemselves or eat any considerable number inNew York, November C Another arations are already being maio for his nBV Owere present beside his wife Mrs. West, of State Kiesawetter made an attempt to ot the nuts. The buckeyo is not a iree 10 tui? ecatno insane, nnd was taken to jail palace. She washes at the bath. Sho sits this house who are Christo those in execution on that date, although the warhis daughter; Mrs. James McCtiHough. his shoot W. J.Elliott, editor of theEunday stallment of Mrrrnon converts arrived yesin a pasture atmf Vashington. Recovering, he was down at the banquet. The Compare the idea yon hatbof tho be recommended for growing rant has not yet arrived. daughter-in-law- ; 250 of them in nil, tians. W. H. Jihnon,his lagal Capital. Two shots were flred.the first terday. There wero for either hogs or cattle. The green rind br ;ht back and pleaded guilty. ChristIan life before you bewomen The music joy of the adviser; Drs. Englo and McNtitt and the passing through Elliott's overcoat and composed of old and young tneu, bow. The meats smoke. contains properties very similar to opium, with the apprecianurse. He died without a struggle and slightly woundinghim in the hand. The and chib'ren. They were recruited from tTPLLI am Mcrphy wns killed by Frank trembles in tho halls and through the cor- - came a Christian Mr. Taber Given a Divorce. ten grains of passed away as a child going to sleep. The second' shot struck the ceiling. vKiesewet-te- r all sections of Great Britain and Europe, Walter in. Nelson Countv. a few days since. ritlor3 until it mingles in tho dash of tho tion of that joy you have now since you and Dr. McDowell states that the buckeye hBoston. November 0. Judge Allen has crisi" in the disease came on Thursday ,and was arrested, but was admitted to bail and were, as a rule,bore nlthy, a Christian, and yon powder made from the rind of people, but tuo look of illiteDr. Engle felt satisrkd that his patient in tho sum of ?1,000. cranted Fred. J. Taber a divorce from They qvj(reled und Murphy shot Walker waters from the molten sea. Then she have become to three of opium. f men racy, distinctly marked. would recover up to Friday night, when a ... Annie Taber on tho ground of ndultery- in the head. Walter then took a stick and rises from the banquet, and she walks are willing to attest before angels and your is equivalent a t m"mE crossnover in the days of .marked change occurred. beat Murphy until he was dead. with Rev. Downes. Mrs. Taber's through the conservatories, and she gazes that you lie Cot the IJest. Heavy Crop or Apples Horrible Death From Lockjaw. libel was dismissed. Mr. Chas. D. Jacob has received his in- on the architecture, and she asks Solomon spiritual bondage had any appreciation of 'fArkan Bavr Traveler. Buffalo, N. Y., November Slftie Strange Acc'deat. Vincennes, Ind., November 0. Henry structions as Minister to Colombia, and many strange questions, ana she learns what was to come. You are ready eating a very poor dinner, A man, after crop gave you an opportuni- Elkhart, Ind., November 8. Daniel P. estimated of Niagara County thufyear is Adams, ono of the wealthiest and most int.i- Nicholas Fttlraan, a cooper, while will probably start for his post in a few nbout the religion of the Hebrews, and she to nnswer. and if Iiv Moa rffttaurant. leaned bact at eight hundred thousand . ' Byder met with an accident ri ;, thi. a nwpmhlnffP. irnii ' which rels, tho largest yield ever xnon. bar fluential farmers of Lawrence County, Illimachino in a weeks. He is the seventh Kentuckinn who then and there becomes a servant of the ty m the '?-working at a barrel-hea- d 7Z and asked of the negro waiter now mucn The "will most likely prove fatal. It closing fruit is of excelle: t quality. Thejaverage nois, ono mile west of this city, died say in reg U1U W k. out rvnnld sDeak hhop in Owensboro, Ky., in order to has filled this mission, the first being RichLord God. She is overwhelmed. She beone.bladeof a knife he accidentally ran the price Is about $1.85 a barrel. Tbefiplendid have made of the mercy, money wast uuc. in great agony from lockjaw, eants. sab." oVn..T-.flAecp Iho dust from blowing into the ard C. Anders m, of Jefferson County, gins to think that all the spices she discoveries you afother into the femoral artery, and it is by n cut Iiehind his ear, received in yield will fully compensato fortb"e loss of grace, and the goodues3 of God: fecting his heart to such an'extent that it the potato crop, which is practically a a runaway accident last Saturday. De- siiop. and into his eyes, put up a door father of General Robert Anderson, of Fort brought, and all the precious woods which and the "What, "for the wing of a chicken and and "The half iho half was not told me!" a piece of corn bread?" ii thought he can not live. and leaves a that was oil' its hinges. The wind was Sumter fame. ceased was aged forty-threare intended to be turned into hai-piaiture. "While the family of Mr. O'Donnell, who psalteries and into railings for the cause- - Well we hear a great deal about the good wdfe and a child. blowing powerfully, and soon hurled .'Yes,sah." . Business Failures.,. Practical Christianity. that is coming to this worm, wuen 1. the door against Lira, knocking him lives near Hopkinsville, Ballard County, way ., between the temple and the palace, time hA cirded with salvation. Holiness "It outrageous ! 1 never heard of anj An Aged OfTerder. Lot-i- to . t -- - o- t November C. THsbticjness S. Mollle New York, Birhinotau, Ala., November over onto his machine, and beforo he wero at church, a thief entered tho house, nriri inn iu.jirj in iuuiio o"w ..,.mane thing lite it before!"ver. norses Rogers, the falleu woman who wroto a re- failures occurring throughout th'ecountry Williamsport, Pa., November S. Pat- conld escape his noso and upjnjr lip broke open a trunk, and stole between 500 mi-tnner looked like a M thes9 nresents amount to on the bells of tne hand The lion's babe. tmme tell of a pentant letter to Rev. Sam Jones, which during tho last seven days, as fripbrt.Hi to rick Curran. a prisoner in the countv jail were cut oil', part of his left cheek was and $C00 in gold nnd sliver, which Mr. f,ir,rr in enrdi fi nlace. and she is almost patted by the mnn dn.t wanted do bes' an' I gn it tcr he read at his meeting, pleading for em- R. G. Dun & Co., number for the United here, for incendiarism, has confessed hav 0f Tarshish bringing cargoes n ver.1 ployment, wns taken nt her word by a States 151, and for Canada 25, orajtotal of ing committed a murder near Howard, Ph., cennnod nut. nnd one of his eves de 0'I)onnell had placed there for safe keep- - ashamed that she had brought them, anu bhips a great for Jesus, anu ms naru, ury, oarreu, in ", ' citizen, who gives her a home in bis 179, as compared with 2ul last"fweek and years ago, anu oiuer crimes in ireiuuu. He stroyed. she savs within herself: "I heard . "The best?" thunder-spl- it ' de . 174 the week previous. aw and grist mill will bo erected at deal about this place and about this wonljfe family as house-gir- l. years old is eighty-on"Yas,sah, furdat wus de wtogo yer desires to know breaking into floods of A correspondent rock, country. Ef but I find it . cFarland bridge, three miles from derful religion of the Hebrews, -- ames' chicken in dis !. .nter. Deserts into wTiieh drome- tho best method of keeping chestnuts 1 Simply Fined for Killing a Pinajcian. yer Rell Execution Ordered Proceeded With. ington far beyond my highest anticipations. Death of Miles Greenwood. the'r nostrils, because they wanted common chicken wyn t their pleasant taste. so as to preserve Beauhegakd, Miss., November 8 At stmaster MicniE, of Covington, has a must add more than fifty per cent, to what daries thrust mo Wikkipeo, Max., November 7. There tho 6. Miles - sor extensively adopted in Cincinnati, O., November yesterday, in the auuojm; uesoris uiuuuierful curiosity in naturo which was has been related. It exceeds everything were atraiaui appean to be some mistake nbout the re- Harlehurstway, lor me Killing 01 csj 0f the Greenwood, tho famous foundrvmau, who A method keeping 'chestnuts during d Lo Up Uh. Smith country for oiaie vs. "him from Mexico. It is called the that I could have expected. The half the ing into carnation roses nnd port of the appointment of an Insanity at Wessom some weeks aco. theiJ-nAn- t. t Sun. t nun time enioved nn almost national- tho winter is to heat them, without "Mexican Live Bean." In shape it is very half was not tol d me." lilies. It s t"16 'ia stry- - "virybody tell3 Commission to examine Hie), which was withdrew his pleaof ih,, guilty &aiDieaded ' notation on account of his extensive esyou told it, John ton. it," Paul told roasting, so as to kill the insect germ much liko the ordinary coffeebean, but Grocer (to farmer)- -I hear that BBoanced in the Government organ here guilty of manslaughter. The Court sen- - what a beautiful it. Isaiah told it, Luther Learn from this subject told it. Calvin ' have met with a sud loss, Mr. Hayseed? ktft sight. Report from Regina deny it, iuca aiay 10 pay ,iw une ana tfec CObts. tnbiishmest, in this city, nas passeu away. which is in so many of them; then hang much larger, nnd has a doep bronze coir r. thing it is when social position and wealth it.Ezekiel his bed in muslin bags in a dry place. aad lay that instructions have oeen re- Tha decree was received withjjtiig and Ho was found dead in Avenue, at Ms resisix ot my finest hogs told it, John Milton told it, everybody tells ' Mr. Hayseed-Y- es, reAvondale, them dence On Greenwood ceived to go on with the .hanging on Tues-'afor a If placed on a flat surface on its back it surrender themselves to God. When to anu May was congratulated. j it: and yet hills,yek when the midnight died last week with cholera. wife dead. nbout weight o'clock. Mr. They may bo heated by exposure in an ' Rfel says ho will not inuke a speech commence to move rapi Uy from ligion comes to a neighborhood the first this morning is and Christ shall marshal Grocer- -I understand your Greenwood was aged about seventy years. few'minutes in a sieve placed to side, and travel round until it suc- - receive it are the women. Some men say "shall fly the ea t day of execution. Milk Sickness. army, and China, flash.ng her Chicago Herald. oven. I say his great s iu regaining its natural position. Czntralia, III., November tCSJ fatal it is because they are .f." wx-eieYes. she died week aforo idols into the dust, shall hear the voice of Major Sumner and two companies of A TOKXASO U reported from Illinois. disease has broken out amonet?jerd of IE County School Superintendent of if ; iiMMiiiGR thev iave quicker perception Thero is an Indian in the Cherokee coma !. ::frfnTi... tbv sav. neverdollars . and wheel into line; and India, de last AlA.J.w. Xaar Carai, Joaeph Barrill, a farmer, was fine cattle owned by a farmer r'Pato-ka- . nfantry have left Fort Reno to look after tribe in tho Territory who is ninety-fou- r n Countv sas that tho colored peo- - of what Is right, n.cre ardent affection and rsod juggernaut and snatching up single. I could nave go stroying her Tbodisease is known as miHt sirkness tho "boomers." killed, and a number of persons were . years of ago and does all his own work ple.of that taking a uiiirsal rapacity for sublimer emo.ion. Aer fj)r thm aQZ, on tka 0ta. Several houses were and it killed five cows out ofSajwd 0f A riot is not improbable in Montreal, This is chiefly curious as showing that interest in t!je Gospel, then au ner www education of their children. women have received the 4swb. frtsaag was done in other iwemy, ana tne taiance are(!fcfjerjBg forcible removals to the hospital btvinj there is an ago at which lnt"ins will iMaMMta. aa vmwji greatly excited tho people. A BOILER BURSTS. TfcE COMMONWEALTH. r" XXIO. iK --to-da- It ETC.. ETO. 6. dJiiia vine-cover- ahtj siaa xira. .TALMAGE'S y Riyerdis-tricts,oduc- , st Sat-da- f? twen-ty-fiv- - I ' . ra CoiHc. G fc-S- ill-fat- ed WJ..-whV 1 .k V it ex-iu- A" " let-an- - .ji jfife tj-- -- MT.ay.l.-J.,.."rTTV- 11 I rii " Hf-1- j-- n Jeru-alen- i, 1 life-bo- at -- 1 tMjfs-pensio- te er d, lur-uishi- raw-bone- long-mnne- d round-limbe- d, h. pre-gen- Two-color- 5-- bay-fi!- news-stan- d, 'S " 11 Pat. t Jop-pa- dust-covere- d, to-da- y. con-j-i- st i ht - Club-hoae.- d, news-stan- r, -- a-- ii two-hor- se to-da- y j O ld cup-bearer- s. four-gallo- x. I.oui.-vill- e cast-iro- f-ai-n rts ! car-rviu- s. , 1 nine-year-o- ld snow-stor- m y snow-stor- m hr v. to-da- y. -- -- n, in-la- 1 ten-yen- ,wi,r r- . .ij!. man-hol- i can-rin- o-- h-- re x pay-rol- ls s- to-da- y - 1 y, dust-cover- - brother-in-law'- a5iu. to-da- al '. . a -- cup-beare- rs rugged-appearin- g -,-- np-p- le to-da- y to-d- ay . .t. w yes-terd- l"'.?;: . pro-duce- tf e, s -- .,v.. n ? .... t. .. ? -- well-kuow- o winter-bleache- d, storm-scarre- d, ' j -- silver-tippe- Los-JN.Y- . J J 1 ---- ; y. s weak-minde- d. d ,...-- i-- " In-ia- ni pwi wwfc--ifi(K'- 4' rAll rO Journal. ' J-- - '" "$ P i - - - - . " - "- - ramftrtragassa ... s -"" S ; I jh MfiHiiiaiii II ii i mii Mimr-r- n nrnrriTTTTTmnTiniTTTT-FTrwnrTrnT- ii "M The Hickman Courier. GEOHGE WARREN, Publisher. inithevvasofthattypc and gnutV of lecturer whrjjfoes h s frc t bus nti1- - when 's.ting a 3.icc the firt : ' KENTUCKY. time. He w i then a cunr,itv. Il was : HICKMAN. a joke of his that he wiij.-- o invited to lecture in a lVnnsvlvsjfla town, He THE WINDING OF THE SKEIN. went, but found no :urtLsiug had been done nor any prejf ration made. I held therein for her one nUrht. He was referred to a yoi Jg ruan. who shudowy jrlmt of tlio fare lfjrlit When tho told him he had been calhtfthero to adPanced fltftillv on tlio opiwxttc wull. Polly and T. and that vru all. dress about twenty-fivfellows, who Were there to son tfio phostly ball: end wanted to Jock thnmcrft ? in. chew lontri and cutile. btartlwlog fat, cat, Venus ile Mllo and tnntulnr-tobacco, and be comfortable. J5" Tublo and lamp, anil chairs where we at. round and ruind. Hillings agreed, and go! Ws seventy-livhi rln ttiniic mea'uro went never it cound. dollars for that star chamber lecture. In rhythmic measure with While Polly nriiii as she wound and wound, The only rclevanej that the title, ".M'lk." his bow I ooked like a tiddler draw-uhad to the leeturc'of that 'name was that Across h tiddlo to nn fro: The iirnr wero thoso of the skein, you Hillings drank a glass Jf milk at t know outset. Such was the odditrof n's ns'' I held tlicclu. his thinking, and sav'n-sHere are I held tho ke:n. I'd known her Ion?, "Sum ov His sayings f" a 1 first-cla-sco- rear., Joah Rill'ng-- was in denunu. and d could com.nand oik- hundred dollar f,r a lic'un bein-- called for in i THE LAY OF A COLD DAY. - n--- v October's sjin shines brightly. In theskv; Each uutuui'i a'r breathes lightly, I.Iko s st;h; The trees are fjcttinsr bare. Swift licasles hunt the hare, Tho landuape's worse for wear, o am I. Tho chlllybrook runs slowly, Tlirousrh tho mead: corn bows lowly, Tho ljiko the reed: The crows begin to Hock. Iv overcoat's "In hock. Tho thought gives mo n shock, Vc. iiideHl! llufu ifHl. in I'hBadeilila .iVetw. frost-nipped iiieurutile. ino young man who insists upwi boriiy uuproti ctrtl females with his dm el si down besido a sensible woman u a turn-u- p nose and rea hair. , . i. ...t li.i . Hurai uiu )uu spenu too uimuer may I ask?" questioned the yoonv. man. "At home." "Ab, at home. DehghtDully f easy. bjhisc. a was at mo mKo a'l sniiime drinUlngiu tho fresh breezes jou kuoY' An Tl,I .A DROPPED DEAD." NEW ZEALAND. s e e AFTER A ICInil-IIparte- MANY DAYS. s il ? llitlicr Who l!ll-Ap ildgUIng to Vouiik 3I'ii. In Ah, you think I am bivo7y? So V been told. .Nest summer 1 pu-ato go the seaside for the salt air, ytki know." ' I hope it will euro you." " Hut it cawn t do that. l. shall alwa be breezy and liely, you ki.ow. CawiiV l SI1UU1U IU1I1K SO. help 1 . And my heart had learned the same old Sony Tiiat hearts have suni? ninco hearts wcru made. . . Trilled in tho: sunlight crolibod in the simile, i nut in; its were mute. lor 1 was aira peaco tlinuchts ol held my Ami Ik rroned hope, mid took nw lease Of a irend&Uip J haled yet dreaded might j 1'or l'o ly was oddish and queer In her wars. Her yea were nays and her nas wore yeas. And Jt often took me days and davs To tlnd out if she was vexed or p:eao I, Or f Id been nou tided or onlv teamed: Hut her ladj Milp was this Might appealed; I lield the ske'n. held the keln. the lat few trand: And as they ecaped mvoutstfetelii-- hands Were -- tretehed out further nnd further still You the yarn m Khtliavodroppod', until Somehow will. Polly wasn't ill, Onlv n little b t tired, ho said. And, perhaps, a suspicion of ache In the head Tost nestled close under a beard that was 1 red, lut Is auburn now. And she onll mc Xed, uvnu sat s it w as ream-- verj' ill "rod .To,kis,her and hold tier wa st Instead irthe78kon. nnd flic nevrrtrustmenpnln. But sho has for years have ilowii s neo thon 1 held the skoin. 11 O.iI.Uind n'tck. "JOSH BILLINGS." Various Tributes to His Gonial, Quaint Worth. ' "A more sweet and dVl ghtful nature than 'Josh 15illin' (llVrirv Shaw) never lived." says D. K. Lockc'of the Toledo JJla'lc, ia his editorial tribute to the dead humorist. "He was a singular compound of s'mprcit y and shrewdness. He was more a philosopher than humorist. His sayings will outlive those of Poor R'chard,' and they ought to. for his was a pleasant philosophy that had nothing of munnuess in it. "He did not write as a profession. Writing adopted him. He originally wrote hi sayings because Tie had to. The public got a tasto for them and compelled him to write them. When he found goodne-- s he made tlfe public pav. He was verv shrewd in his investments, so that he left his family a competency. "He captivated on the platform because his manner exactly fitted his matter. His lectures .vere nothing but a collect'on of sayings carefully and artistically arranged o as to appear . without form. He was always popular "because h's talk was like hiswr.tings intended to discourage meanness and to be helpful to those who needed help. There was not a mean or selfish thing in him. and h s work was merely a x of himself. He was an originator PECULIAR WOODS. and a compressor. His great merit was iu taking a column aud boiling it down A ISIock Wlio-s- Woody Fiber l'orms a Perfect Maltese Cross. so as to get it into two lines. His work was convert'ng ashes into potash. on jou,"' re"I have the 'dead-wooHo was all in all a delightful man, marked Prof, llothrock in response tc and w as in private life what he was on tho applause which greeted him as he the platform and in pr'.nt. He never did at Hortia mean thing, aud never had an enemy appeared in the lecture,-rooamong good men cultural Hall, Fainnount. Park. Satur- "He was a man no one could know day afternoon. In his arms he carr'ed well, saul Milward Adams, of Central ia number of chunks 'of "peculiar ' "" :'i...uT--i jiui. Maim nil aim"tlaitx. iu ii.. s woods" to better illustratchis loot ure. ji uu uiu ..A: i i l i. auuieuce, ami ne repneu: tcll, sir. His subject was "Peculiar Woods." old as 1 am, and a long as I have been The lecturer explained that peculiar before the public, I never go on the oxogenous woods were thole that difstage but I am so nervous and fright- fered in important particulars from the ened that I don't know who I am for normal or average growth. . He clasi-flethe next twentv minutes.' Do you them as peculiar in color, weight know he used to conduct most all of his nnd manner of develnnmnnt Hn business correspondence by postal card. showed several specimens bavin"- peetil-wit- h hs communication on it mostly iaritics of color. There are So le-- s printed; and the characteristic thing than sixteen plants grown in the United about this was that in the corner of the States that aro peculiar, because they cardwasagoodpictureofJoshinachairiareof greater than water and while bes de ii in. with cheek against ;il tIu.r..fnro sink when nbieo.i in ;i his, was a donkey around whose neck Tiie-- e heavy woods grow in the SouthJosh had an arm. He announced his ern States, in the damp atmosphere of terms in th s fashion: ! will lecture the country adjacent to the Gulf of for fun and one hundred dollars thrown Mexico, and also in the drv climate of in.' And that's what he got, unless Arizona and New Mexico. Their peculvisiting some small place where thev iarity is due evidently to heat more couldn t pay as much. He picked up than to anv other one agent. He next h:s wisdom as he went. Ho told me c.xh.b ted a number of specimens of once, when I asked him whero he got peculiar growth, showing with the a:d ins mcas tor all Irs savings, that he Lot of the blackboarl that they had them everywhere. looking at this thing ,TOwn as trees usuallv do, with perfect .. ...c ua M watu.cn Hum :u-- io medullary and cambium formations. -- ilacc. He never seemed conscious that Sometimes, instead of the regular rinirs c was a humorist." formed at the ends of the several years' Some years ago there was published, growth, the)-- have bark soundings, befor advertising purposes, a letter which coming, as it were, trees within trees. Josh Hillings wrote to a gentleman iu The professor showed one blo:-in the way of autobiograph-- . it was in wh.ch the woody fiber had formed a part as follows: perfect Maltese cross, another a checker-bo1 was born In tlorkh!re Countv, .Mass., surface, anil several others during the n'netecnth century, or highly re- ard spectable parent., and owo what little suc- nearly as remarkable. I'hiladclphia cess I have attained to the wisdom or my Times. lather.and tho p etv of inv mother. At the fragrant acoor fifteen 1 set my face westStatistics of the dews. ward and followed It until I stood upon the banks of the wide Missouri, without any The Bulletin of the Geographical plans for life, and but little better in feelings . than a cheerful vnirrnnt l'nr Soe'etv of Marseilles estimates the total Venrs thn Vflrfnnc vnn..Mt.,.. A .. life mado mo acnuaintod w.th spimips nnt ,.v. i number of Jews in the world at G.877.- cha'r, ' C02; that is. in Europe, 245.000 ,tc?. to ncier stiarp. than to flescanodi - , a H3,000 -in Africa, J0J.0()0 in without cars, it was simply lM'ft(iin tin m or my nature looked upon America, and 12.00U m iceanica. lhc mostthiussln thisbfeas simply a Joke. In common w.th most Americans who have Kuronean Jews are distributed as fol to push early to test their own winys I en- lows: 1,G4;?.70S in gaged in all the ti6ual enterprises of a front- 561,612 in Germanv. 60.000 in Great iersman, havlngbcen at t mes n fanner, drover, steamboat captain and even Britain. 3.000 in Belgium. 3,916 in Denpioneer, for I parUnlly organized an enter- mark, 1,900 in Spain. 70,000 in France, prise as carh as isn to cross tho Hocky 2,652 in Greece, 7.373 in Switzerland. Mountains. This enterprise was n profound failure, hut Its inception and 8,693 in Holland. 8C.280 in Italy, 600 in lirel'mlnarv r.rnimrnmenti nirnnimi mn nnn Luxemburg, 200 in Portugal. 200,000 in of the choicest relics of mr curlv adven- turcs, and that is three letters, now In my Koumania. 2.552.145 in Russia. 3,492 in possession, wr.tten to mo pcron-lllby Servia. 3,000 in Sweden and Norway, Henry Clay. John Quinev Adams and Martin aud 116,000 in European Turkey. There van Iiurcn. recommend nx ino nnd tho undertaking to the kind care and patronage are about 150,000 in the Asiatic provof all people and all nations inces of Turkey. 15,000 in Persia, 47.000 "If 1 may bo said to fj,w literary career. It ever have commenced in Asiatic Russia, in India and China certainly was much 'Tfllalcp,n llf0 thBn most wen comm.t tho folly. 19.000, and 14,000 in Turkestan and ' .for I had pascd forty-llvi cars before I pver wrote a lino for the public e c What Afghanistan. In Africa there are about I may have made, has been i 35,000. in Algeria 100,000. in Morocco llttlo reputation accomplished within tho last nine years, and 55,000, in Tunis 6.000, in Tripoli 2C0.000. I consider that I owe all of this little to the ' kindness of tho world nt large, who, while in Abyssinia 8,000. in Egypt 8.000 iney nave d scoverea but ttlo wit, or scattered over the 1 desert, and about humor, in what I have written, have dono 1,000 at the Capeof Good Hope. me tho credit to acknowledge that my productions hive been free from raal ce. 1 p'n nil my faith, hope and charitr upon this one irapulsoof my natures, and that is f I could Ancient Recipe for Making Thunder. have my way. there would be u ymilo continually on tho face of every humau lK?ing on In the Middle Ages nnvbody at all God's footstool, and this smile should ever . distinguished bv knowledge of .sc:ence aim anon widen .. . a nroiid grin into .. I 3 ! asmaliwau not a monov maker, and vet In-- He was was in "It iz better to no less than to fcnoso mutch that ain t so. "A broken rcputalmn Is lite a broken v.is.: It may bo monJod, hut all"'8 shows whero the kruk was u kant trust a man"fr tno fu" "Ji amount let hlin skip. Tttfs trylns1 to et a" avcnigo on nouesty has allwuvs' teen a 'M Tliare is no treachery in s'Jtnce silence Is it hard argument to beat. "Dont mistake habits for kiracter Th men ov the most karacter hv,tho fewest j hnb't. "Thnre ir cheats In all thinssjcven pizon iz adulter.ited. 'The man who Iz thoroughly polite iz -thirds o U Chrl'ttr.n onny liowV "Kindness it au lust nkt. nolitencss only an art ,J "Tharo iznprent ov learning In this world, which .z noth nsr more tan triem r to prove what wcilnn't uudcr-taB- lkan "Ml dear boy, there nro but Ur commence at the middle ot th ladder and nd 1 do:i t reavh the tii and probablv" joa belonar to that number "One ov the b'pgest mistake made ctlz madq bv the man who thluVa no l,s tempernrrc waxvirlu his ate. JuSt because uhisfcj than his neighbor doe." .Toh IJillincrs liad it lecture called The Probabil-- es of Life; perlnps and perliap3 not." The following is reireentation. tho fidelity of wh'elt many will reeognie, of Josh struggling feat: with't'iat In lb7;l Josh Billings lectured at Sl Joseph, Mo., to a large audience. The next morning he went into the First Natonal Hank, just acros the street from his hotel to not the proceed-- , of his ltcmre some $KX). mostiv n and 2 bills, exchanged for bills ol Tlie vx-- , er. larger denominations. Hull, was temporarily Josah and Josh turned aside to a stn.r Joseph ('. window to await his turn. Corby, proprietor of the St. Jooph Gaze'tc. entered on business. He bad heard Josh lecture the night pre .ous recognised him at once, and engaged him in a casttal conxersation, during which Josh exhibited his "roll." that as he was on his way to San Franc sco over the Union i'aeil'.e line, he was afraid they would charge h'm for extra baggage if he carried that big wad along, and that he had come In a few minutes to cret it reduced. the cashier was at liberty, tho two stepped to the counter, and Corby courteously imruuuueu uoaii to ur. Hull Why don't you introduce yonrself first?" said Josii, turning abruptly upon Corby. Corby made as graceful an apology as a man could who was and mad. and they shook hands and wero friends, but Corby will never forget his first introduction to Josh Billings. Toledo Cor. Chicago Inter Ocean. latl-ute. a iTJiigan Central train the other day a prominent citizen of Detroit, w ho had a seat in the smoking ear, crossed over to a young man tlio was vigorously puffing away and asked for a light. The fa or was granted, and the prominent observed: " Live in the city?" On l)o-troit- er "Ob, I sco," said the young woman. gt. ting up logo into the next car, "an Incurable.' ' The other passengers titterrd, but the young man was not diseomtited. lie, too, smiled, and chuckled to himself; "What a deuced breezy fellsw I am." Chicago if Iltrald. i. "(Joing to Chicago?" YeO tiii;i:i: nnt.ui.Ls. rosnivr-- "Yes." "Aren't you in the grocery business?" familiar." No. sir." " Ah ! 1 thought I had met you before-a- t some time or other. Yonr faco looks V' ,a31jbptti HALT. A . "1 I used to court your daughter!" stammered the young man. " Oli-Ii- o ! de-i- l hc-i-tr- v t rn serio-com- ic Itlg Speculation. "Hello, Tompkins, jnv dear fei You're Just the man I've been looking, stance. I don't know but 1 kicked you T "Is'olis thatso'.'" "Yes, you did!" "Yes, look here, I want to Well, 1 bounced and kicked so "Ah! many that I can't be expected to remeinbt'r dollars from you. Must lay If you tan let names and faces. 1 take advantage of this Important. occasion to beg your pardon, and hope will pay you twenty dollar-- ; you'vo fully recovered from the effects. one hundred iht cent. Die spec. "Well, that does look like a good llao a cheroot?" Detroit Frtc Press. ment, but 1 tell you hat, 1' v got a a scheme jet. ' A virri:itiNAKY quack. "What's that?" Whj I'll ijivo you my nott? for feu i lars and date it ahead one day ; tfl a can come round and just pi me back tho note nnd ten dollars. Mw j f i ten dollars. See'.'" V. V. Mull ami l.r- V T i,1 "And I gave you the bounce?" " You did." "Ah! I belie o I do recall the circum ' Yes." About three years ago? ' O" iV SKjotn caro. U. UPH The Fat Thnt Orircame -- Little Mac" nnd Five Other Governor. Apropos ot tho sudden death of General Georgo B. MiClvllan, we not thai itu i,HY iw. uun iuims ous too singular fact that Oovoraor DsWlti, Clinton, Silas Wright, tiovernor William L. Marey, Governor and Chief- - Justics E. Church, and Uovarnor It. E. ail of Now York State, dropprd drzd of heii-- t disuse, and under quite identical Circuimtnictstach of them dyimj (chile reading a letter except Marcy, who was Cowper's pooms! lioiu your hand against the ribs on yonr left side, front, tho regular, steady beating ot the groat "force pump" ot ths system, run Ly an unknown and mystenbus Eiyiuetr, is awml in its luiprtssivoness: Few jt sous like to count tueir own aud fewer persons still enjoy marking tho "thub lUub" of then- - own heart. " 'ha' ij it should skip a beat!" As a matter of fact tho heart ts the least susceptible to primary disease of any of our vital orgaus. It is, however, very much injured by certain congestions of the vital organs, like tfia kidneys, livor nnd stomach. Moreover, blood filled with uric acid produces a rheumatic tendencj, nnd is very injurious to healthful heart action it often proves fatal, and, of course, tho uric acid comes from impaired kidney notion. Roberts, tho great English authority, gaj-that heart disease is chielly secondary to some muro latal malady iu the blood or other vital organs. That is, it is not tho original source of the fatal malady. Ihe wurK of tho heart is to forcp blood Into every part of tho system. If tho organs are sound it is an easy task. If thi?v aro at all diseased, it is n very, very hard t lake us an illustration: Tho Lidne s are very snbject to congestion bing deficient in the nerves of and ensati n, this congested condition is not It mnv exist for vears. Vlt! c" i b j kikn vwn ecn to physicians, and if it does result iu complete, destruction of the s, tho extra work which is forced "iif hourt weakens it every year, nnd jnst nous" buddeu death ciuiuii i. tun! This is t.ie true history of "heartdisease." so tu.lcd, which lu realltv is cblel!.- - a. gee .ndiy efTecl of Bnght's disease of the kiiue-and indicates the universal need ot it.ut lenowned speciiic, Warner's sato (iov-ernor Xroi TAI5 Toan(j Men. Head This. nni.B.ELT ,Co" of Marshall, Mich., DR. RADWAY'S San-for- d Fen-to- n, po-'rui- iu puise-lx-ai- a, long-continn- ad s , pras. ' I,i'irniiiK tin; 15uliu-ss- . The daughter of a prosperous New sey recently married a er Jer- hotel-keepow York drummer, who was found to have no apparent means of support soon after the w edding. The couple went hosio to Hvo with the girl's pa. One day during Iftst summer when the bride and her ma were seated among a number of guests engaged in general conversation tho bridts affectedly "IIlz pulse am inightv weak, but dar am I tink 'dlcatloas ob de be.its wit skillful treatment he'll pull trough all right; but he am mighty low speakm' coinpa'ttvoly in regard to location. mcri-asui'. three-fourt- hs re-Ile- d' amoly. "Some ono lo'd mo remarkctl Bird, thoughtfully, "that bhadrarh was a good namo for a fisherman, but Ida know If he was Ernest in h.s remarks. He'd hliotla pood many Mile, and was Jwttin fromUiacountij-- . To be FrHfc lie looked like a Ouy. Told me lie came to a river and liad to lirUlQct," Umfcs braved a sigh and returned. "Itemimls me of a irl I met last Ere. wlio they say Isabel socially. She toid me she was an acijnirl taste tier name was OH re 1 Out n 1 was a little startled, and w hen I went out, but I left tlio ira-ja- r had Prndtnce, and endured all with Chrit-tla- n I'tttlatre. If I'd been Alt', to .Veil only when IM have dono so, and nimi-fz&me " 6he'd promised Merry. But to-da- m "Nay, ilurrus both." But tlio strain had been too great, so they separated in silence. The Kimble. An yellow-backe- Jfr llltor's rolltene.s. ""'." .ii-i- d ! - j , . we-gh- t d pirate named Jim A Cummlus, who works for Sain Ilardaero near Mdlville, camo to town last Saturday, and, while drunk at Creswoll's ETcerj nwde some remarks about ourselves as we were passing up street with our youngest daughter, ile was soured because we turned him oer two weeks as;o and his crowd, that took the lynchpins bujrsj' at the out of old man Iar.-on-'lioose Creek meeting. When he spoke his insulting froth Hanlierts Davis took it up, and in a row which followed he struck tho corilla a stirbinder on tho jaw which knocked him out from between his wool suspenders and loosened six of his teeth. He had Davis arrested by Marshal Billing, and the Mayor levied a line of ten dollars, which we paid for him as soon as we We intend to show learned the facts. from tho Goose up ,the whisky Creek neighborhood who try to run this town Saturdajs; and, by luo way, Han Davis is a candidate for Town Marshal. He is the man for thnt job. iricoinloo (Jfd.) CoitrtKuti'owiHsf. : j Its .i!roprl.ito I'liiCP. At a fair recently held iu Boston a very fine display of beans of tho different varieties was e.vhibited. A visitor who was interested in this peculiar product inquired of a young lady doing duty at one of the counters where this k display could be found. "Bean-,- " she replied, and certain little twitchins at the comers of her lips showed how her mouth watered at the sound. "Ah, yes, sir, yon will lind the bean exhibit in tlia art department." .V. Y. Sun. II. vr..ni.-.n,-1 I W'0 - Buavi-iiiiDini- Austria-Hungar- y, land-hunte- ?. Ill last-name- d hill &$tdij' ' ' "wi ' MAXi.ta8&in -- - E9 "3;, o . j IlukhJ I ncvali .eed a mule's pulse- oeats grow so 'maziii'ly low'fiil lu a scc- on'!" 11a rpefs Wechbj. AVorklnr Tocetlier. First Peddler What are you carrying? Second l'eddlcr Patent meiliclnes. First Peddler WoIJ, all right; you ro ahead and work up the business, and I'll worn out, apoplectic heart, but there is a help for the kidney disorder which iu most cases is resjKinsible for the heart trouble, and if its use put money and fame mto tho treasury of the profession Instead of into the hand of au iudepen-- d nt investigator, every gruduatea doctor uiipiiied: in tlio world Tould exclaim or lr, us one, ".Maw, where's sweet?" than his fellows, nobler and less prejadK-elearning the once "Down in tho "It is a God send to hubusiness from manity !" dad." the What therefor must bo tho public esti- ral. mother chimed back. Detroit free I'rcss. mate cf that bigotry and want of irank-nes- s In every commtiuity tho peddler, which forbids in such cases (bcausa 'flu- - I.it .M:inV Opportunity. foi'ooth U is a iTopnetarv article), the use the book ajjent and insurauce afjent, as "Did advertise for a fat man?" of the oue olleitive ret&edial agency of tho well as the ubiquitous guiniu, should be "Yes. sir." age? " V c L 1 m alter a situation, ami I gi J.-.cliorfe," indeed ! Why not call tauarht, severely, if necessary, that doorsteps and door bells aro not public propenough for you. What do jou wlit such things by their right names? I'm fat erty and should not ba used except by Why uoy me to do' " D"id without a moment's warning." thi- - owners consent and approral. No "It's not a pleasant job, and I'm afi This likewiso is nn untruth ! Warn ngs l cranks. Miliar persons, chilvoii'll not undertake it ' are given by the thousand. Physicians dren or others should be allowed to vio"Oh, yes, I'm ready to do anything. They "expected are " uot surprised." What is it?" it!" They know what the end will b. but late these rules of our doorsteps. Here "Wo want a man to act as a human p n tho vicinu? "oh no, he mustn't bo told, as well as in London the law should be him, for cushion in our museum. The salary s a you know, it would only fru-htn the side of the house and on the dollar a day, and jou may have all tho there i no help, vou know, for it !" iide of those who invade the rights of The fate that attended "tattle Mac" and pins a liberal public sticks into you. Is it ' Pret-shuman tbo five governors is not a royal and exago?" clusive one it threatens every one who "lea I'm going." Cliicagn Jlcroli., fails to heed the warnings of nature as sst The origin of the phrase "That's a forth above. feather in your cap" is thus explained: A Omul Ineuine. ; ' Among barbarians it is the custom to "You appear to be gay and hnppy.'said A HINDOO FUNERAL. add a now feather to tho headgear for Gilhooly to Kosciusko Muruhj, whoii ho every enemy slain. Tho Callirs of met at a ball at tho residence of Cofotiel The Scorching mill I Itlnuti Snbmprplnjr ol Cibul stick a feather in their turban Yerger, on Austin avenue. "Yomlonk a Wornim-- . Corpse. whenever they kill a Mussulman. In well feI, are well dressed, and alllhat. A bod of straw wai spread closo by ricotland the sportsman wears a feather Must hao a irood iucome. I presume.1! k in his cap a feather from the first w "Oh, yes," replied Kosciusko, "I can't the bank, and tho corpse laid upon it. shot by him. Tho phrase belongs complain, 1 have my salary, fifteen hun- The budy was wrapped from head to to no writer. Chicago Herald. dred dollars: then I make five hundred a foot in a red cotton rag. Then more year by my literary labors, that makes "Chicken-pi- o straw was piled upon the body and a sociables" arc the thousand: then I run in debt a thi very little wood upon that, after which latest thiofrs in Western New York dollars, that makes three thousand doli' liuffulo Courier. A single man w ho could not subsist on Hat one of the relatives touched a lighted towns. ought to bo ashamed of himself." jTt.cn match to the straw. The mournors cat Sifting. Canso for Itejeftinc. down upon their heels in a group tc CcrcUfSATi. Tho Times Star says: "A windward of the pile, and chatted soII. COMIltTIr. cially while they watched it burn. The remarkable discovery mado last wintor is d interest. As it inwitnt was strong, and it burned licrcely attracting 5) A volves a most important question that of for about three minutes, tud then very emihealth it moderately for about ten more, bv tho publicphysicians isbeingdiscussedby It is and public men. all con- nent end of which time the fuel was and lung conclusively sumed. Then the mourners arose, dip- 6hown can bo curedthat throat it ithout resorting to drowned troubles ped water from the river and use of morphia or opium especially out the lire; the corpse lay there almost tho caso of children as arall saw 'that it was a dangerous in tho intact, and we resting development, and poisoning tho woman. Tho Hmbs wero drawn up system. Tho Governor of Maryland and HAI.TKIL and the face contorted, tho hair was all tho officials of that State endorse tho burned away, aud tho entire remains reinody; tho State chemist of Delaware I'l.tlii as were black "and hideous, yet only the pronounces it tbo purest and most effect Guest Do you know, Icame near djms skin and hair were burned" Presently ive, and hospitals and charitable institu- lnt niglit I was seized with cramps Aud one mourner put a stout stick under the ' tions iu Philadelphia and othor cities use neck, another put another stick tinder ' It with rcmarknblo results. Tho remedy, 1 for about nn bour I couldn't speak. word tho "arca3 which is only twenty-flv- o cents a bottle, ia Hotel Clerk Why didn't jou letfjio tho hips, and at the was tumbled over the edge of the bank. ' Ked Star Cough Cure. It is purely vego-- ! S know? "I couldn't. It was all I could dato and fell into tho water with a loud table; it contains no poison or narcotics, crawl out Into the ball and pound oiMho splash. A few yards further down it re- and is a positive cure. door of Xo. 21. No use; 1 couldn't make appeared at the surface for a moment; anybody bear." upon which one of the cremators reached It ia only natural that young ladies "I can easily explain that. Our special out with his stick and pushed it under, should pine for a spruce young man. policeman sleeps iu that room." Phila- after which we saw it no more. Not delphia CulL IJrown'n Little Joke. more than ten yards below that we saw " your the bends of "two large gaviais that snidWhy, Brown, how shortfriend coat is," A lUjihl X)elUry. day to his Brown, surface, watching the pro- who Jones one Postmaster So you want a place in the floated at the wittily replied: " Yes; but it will bo ceedings with evident interest. Two long enough boforo I get another." Somo Fast Delhery Depart ment'.' men spend so much for medicines that Yes, sir. .My delivery was Years in the Jungle. Applicant neither hoal nor help them, thnt now always pronounced not only fast, but reclothes is with them liko angels' visitB at Sea. few-- and far between. markably effeeth e. Internal fevers, weakness of tho lungs, shortness of breath "We want an etTectlvo delivery, of soon tho Where did you get your excourse. The Paris Jhinicipal Laboratory has and llngerins coughs, royal yield to Dr. remedy, perience?" an epi- mauic iofliieuco of that received a report concerning R. V. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery." "In the box." which recently demic of "The box!" (with a dazed air). The immediate delivery system Your "Yes. I pitched two years for the lied happened on a Norwegian vessel coming your life. Boston Courier. Stockings. Phtlulclphlti CalL Several of the crew exhib- mocy or from Cadiz. .3 month's treatment for 50c. Tiso's and ited symptoms of The Ono Weak l'o I lit port in New Remedy for Catarrh. Sold by druggists. tho vessel was put into Miiiistpr Of what worn von nfeiiem? The Captain and several of his a watch. 1 mar a York.were sent to the hospital at Coney " A man with a noisy dog calls him uonvict stealing men Tree," because all the bark is on the good light about it, 1 had two lawyer. Bid Island. Two men died; the others reoutside. Oi'f City Derrick: proved an alibi with sixteen titn covered, after suiYering severely. Tho cure in 1 minute, 25c Then both my lawyers made strong sp affair was investigated, and it was ascer I'lKE'sToOTHACiiEDnors and beautifies. 23c. GfcmfsSuJp'iuT &xip heals was sent up to the jury. i tained that impure drinking water was Geiimax Cokn Kemovek kills Corns & Bunions. year. tmsssssM tho cause of the catastrophe. The ship's "I don't see why you wero nk was painted inside with red lead; The best kind of servants for hotel quitted." Prwatcr oecarno ot a ycnowisii coior. "Well, 1 .1 confess thero waj ...... 'I'll.,, fAlttif vn!nt t. ,n ho Municipal Laboratory has issued a iruillb ill litj ittuiiov. x ituj wuuu hi THE JIAKKLTS. in my pocuet. ' .rviuuacipftiu C 7 recommendation to landlords and all persons who havo cisterns or A Snuaro Maml-Of3 Cincinnati. November 10. ifsv that resin or tar, dissolved in 50 O 2 25, Arouoermet a coal ucaier on a, turpentine or benzine, shoiild'.beused for LIVi: STOCK 3 tti ft 4 25 tBWClioico Ilutchers road and stopped him. them. It appears that in Paris' HOGS Common 3 2.T painting IS - 3 4.", ii 3 50 Good packers "Your money or your life," said the Mb- - and its suburbs a great many cisterns 2 'JO 3 ber. painted with pigment containing SHUIU'-Go- od Fuiuil tocho.ee arc 4 10 4 IS FI.OUK " "Who are you?' asked tho coal deal red lead. British Medical Journal. GltAIN (it 16 " 1 m a highwayman." renlicd ihi ifnn No. 2 red U d liar-room -- F. iirrabee, IJsq., of vho was by it so wonderfully cured of IJright's disease, in ls7i', says that wita tt disappearance w oat tho distressing heart disorder, which he then discovered was only bocoadary to the renal trouble. 1 hero is a general impression that the mvdieal profession is not at fault if ii fro ukly admits that heart duoasa is the ca su of death. In other wo.iis, a cu e of heart disease is not expected of thorn! There maj Ira no help for a. broken-dow- n, its Iteautles and Ite.ources. Now Zealand has the very extraordinary property of causing all who have once pet foot on her shores to pass be-- i neath the indescribablo spell of her witchery. I never met any ono who, having tasted life in his new island home, would consent to change his abode. Switzerland has loftier peaks and fairer towns; Tyrol mav boast prettier outlines; Scotland has her classic heather and her brown hillsides; Norway, historic memories that linger in her winding fiords; but having gazed at and fancied myself in love with each of these sirens in turn, 1 am ever drawn back to my ideal beauty. New Zealand. Nature docs not often play tho prodigal: to New Zealand she has ghen nil her charms, and keeps them fresh ami imperiously beautiful as Cleopatra's. no other In country has she set down towering mountains beside profound fiords, and backed the scene by dense forests sloping down on the other side of the range into fcrtilo pastures. In no other spot does she iind so deft a as in the climate of New Zealand, who loves to exhibit her mistress in au atmosphere ol blue relieved by a carpet of brownish green. I am quite aware that this collocation of colors ought to sound hideous and repulsive in the last but I am certain that those who, like the author of "Krewhon," have lived in New Zealand till they have learned catch tho spirit ol her scmery, will bear me out that tho effect is passing beautiful. Then, was there ever a land of streams so crystal pure, which challenge jou to co nt every pebble that lis their arrowy current? And is there not an unspenkablo charm in lind-m- g one's self among a sea of snow or of peaks, many unnamed, and most untrodden bv man? I'ruj II. A. S.rong, in Good Words. A Poctlo;nfscriplion;of tiring-woma- n de-rre- ? Wor??ith0r ELECTRIC APPUASOES lwithdays' to,men crold) afflicted debility, loss of vital- ity and all kindred troubles. Also ? e.n1S.paralysis,and many oth-e- r 'yS forrheu-ma,txlsL- diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor.unii manhood cuaranteed. NQ risk as .fl days' trial is allowed. Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. Sarsaperiilian iesoiwenf, The Great Blood l'lirlfier, for the Carol of all Chronic l!lcacfl. Chronic KhenoatIm. Scrofula, Syphilitic ConH ptainis,etceeoirtxieScvn Venereal, etc; price 25 cent). Gl&QiluIar Bwe .In;;. Hacking Vtj Coosa. Can oTonAffwi!oc. nieert.ajfof the Lungs. Dyiipepstv Water Hrah. White &..!nKV Tumr, Pimples ltlotrnes. Lruptton f She Face, llccr. Hip Disease ,lioui. Drop, Ulckcts. salt K'uenia. Itronchltt;. Consumption. Diaieici, MJaer. 1! Udder, Liver Com-- j 4 plaints, . derful pasture. A TRANS Form atio.v really wonnea a horse is turned into a Is that 8500 Keward. The former proprietor of Dr. Sage's Catarrh iwmetly for made a standing, public oiler la all American newspapers of soOO reward for a caso of catarrh that he could not care. Tho present proprietors havo renewed this ohVr. All the druggists etc cnrrfa?e.by IU. KAllW.VV'S !A1WA. sell this Uemedy, together wth tho remedy com" Douche," and nil other appliances ad- I'AIUI.MAX ltHSOI. E.NT. a medical propposed of Iirx'UIeati of extraordinary vised to be used In connection with it. No erties, esser'ial tu purify. heaL repair and lavUorato Quick, pleaaaat, catarrh patient is longer able to saj- - I tuo broken down and wacd boIy. and cure. renranent la lt treatment can not bo cured." You get $000 in case of safe andby nil dru;cll. One dollar a bottle. Mult! failure. Whether trantmatea from parent or acquired. U ttlthln the curailre range or the Manapurllllaa lteoln-nt- . I area r.av been made where peroom have been afflicted wt' a Scrufu'a from their vuuibnpto'JXaiantl SCROFULA, ; As 0in!!ja raan advertises for a buggy hat strange tastes some people have Chicago Mail. horse. ADW AY'S For the relief an; cure of all Inammatlons. rorlY-SIEPSI- READY RELIEF aa4' I'ata. Congestions Stricture of tho urethra In It3 worst forms, speedily cured by our now and improved methods. Pumphlets, references ond terms, two three-ce6tamps. World's Dispensary Medical Association, CU3 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. nt OR. BMIWM'S PILLS and for the cure or all the d! order of the stcntch. Liver, Uowel. Conntlpatlon. liiuotifncss, riles, Hcadaclie. etc l'rice S5 ccuta. DR. RADWAY & CO., 22 Warren Street, N. Y. A romantic story-t- he ur best girl lives. It one in which I'e Breeze. 1 E DOTAR i TRADE VJ7 MARK. 3DH. 3BC 2X. TREATED FREE. be-i.ea- th eloud-cappe- d AbsolutcliiSkJJ Trr rVni Opiates, Jlinctics and 1'oltotu mm tv.V Br n v&fc. l&a r matter-of-fa- ct The utility of fars to animals in general, aud particularly to thoso winch PROMPT. the minus juvooEint co,biltioiie;sd. are expo-e- d much to tho dust, such as birds, which live amidst the wiud, is 33"K7"333Et'5r CI3CIIj33 u!;ect to In every land easy to understand; the eye would soon Whooping Cough, be dirtied and blocked up had not Na- Coughs, Croup ture provided this friendly, ever llowing stream to wash and refresh it. A very little lluid is necessary to keep the eye always clear and cleau; but here a;ain wo must admire tho wondrous mechanism that works the human body, for it is to be observed that when," through some accident or hurt, the eyeball lia need of more water than usual to cleanse if. Nature at once turns on a more abundant supply of tears. Western Au1 SAFE. SURE. 0 tirely hamilcits Ileznorc all zymptocu of drop.y in r eUht to twenty days. Cure patleut irunouncctl hopeless by the lx.it ot physician. roni the Crf t dof c toe ymptom rapWly disappear. of all tjmptoau aro aud in tea days at least rrmoi ed. oine mav crv bnmbcir wltlioat knowlna anything a jout It. ftemrmber. It &wt not cost vou anything to realize the merit of our treatment for yourself. In iru uaye ine atmcany oi Dreatninj; is reiieTeo. ma pulso rrsiilar. the nrlcary organa made to discharge tfccsrfull duty, sleep U restored, the kwellln;; all or nearly pne, t he ftreasthincreaed, and appetltemads poodni are contantl7 cur ini: cases of lone Hand- lag. cases that have been tappei a namber of times. amiiQepati'Qioeci&reit unabietoineavrecK. uits full ti'.iory of cae. Name sex, how long afflicted, liovr badly swollen an 1 where, are bowels costive, hara 1p?i tiurf ted and dripped water, bend for free pamphlet. coMiinlng testimonial!". ontlon9, etc, Ten days' trcruceat free by mall. Iullrny :lt) iio.lttTdy cured. tamp to pay If you truer tr'atse cent In lo . . jia. postals. aa. ix. two-ttdrd- a fnn.-il-.cd Specialists for Eleven Years Past, Ilaie treated Iro;wy and Its complications with the mc: woiukrfc!s:icccs;use vegetable remedlea, en- SONS, .t.t.x ."j ,Ionv Avenue,u.t, Atlanta, (ja yliiiiLfes. f iy ho, six We tnov a genMeinan In this concty mom lis ago. v,is almost Vbfchm cripple from an attacl: ot rbcumatism. lie could scarcely bobble elieved at Last ! m u Ecnss the room, used eratchc?. and said blmselt that bo bid Utile If any hope oi eT recovering. We saw bbn !n onr toim last week, walldnB abont asllrely ai icy other man. aud la the finest health and spirits. Upon oar Inquiry as to what had worked nch a wonderful chance la Ills condition, he replied that S. S. S. hs4 cured him. Af:ernsin: a dozen and a half bottles, he has been transformed froms. miserable crlprtt to a happy, healthy man. lie Is none other than H-a- spi-cia- Caa and lMtT. The hvet Glim frrm a tree of Ihf ame name grow-liglfrom the th' "mlh, Mullein p intof i" F r alo by all dru- Ml oo rnT ,, t rrtii Try Our oowsuivrPTiow Set 1 k.K TIIi:iU I'AISKTS TO IN T ME. Caucasian. Ii 11. Lambert-- " iyirunia - TelepAwe. lit Chsnhs Ramedj ot rii-- Treatise on Blood anil Sldn Diseases milled free. TnK Swtrr Kvzrnr- Co, Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga 9rU7W.SdS:reei.a T. The IHrVEKS' GUIDE Ia f&7 tbSi nt 1'' I. TEIl V V rnlluiaieimle . T.W L.'OH, At an I a. :u &r page, PJ S'jXll'j lnclies,ivltlio:r sv rncliyeur. 50 lDnurtl Sept. nnd Jlnrcli, llliistratloim . jar. hotacr.--I'hil-idtlph- iri . 'Wayne, Ba ?&$e Co., Illinois, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE l'crcheron llnr-- e Tulurd ol 3,j('O,00O. whb h include about 'ttr. x"oisr 70 PE3 GSHT OF ALL HORSES Wjr'fl pcrtfyof li'inil Is pMh!'hrtl li TtJTiTf". in ibtfperrV roil Et .o Ec c cf xrasce.tbo QiAiy ri ev; :r imported to America. S1CCK Oh' HAKC. iihoir Picture Callerj-GIVKS "WlioIeMJe Prices direct to coniumrr.i- on nil i;oods for penonal or fmll- uae. Tell lior to order, ami plies exact cost of eierjr-tlilyon use, ent, drink, isrnr, or have f.in ivlth. Theur IXVAXUA11LE HOOKS contain Information gleanei! from the uinrketi of the world. We svlll mall n copy FItKB t any upon receipt of 10 eM. to defray ua hear from expense of mailing. ns d-i- lre 3,500 yon. ltcspectfnlly, It ood-coc- Imperf r d Breed Jlarc.s MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 227 & 229 Wnbnafc Avenue, Chicago, III. B Inpcrtfd Stallions, Old cnoiii-- for brrwicv, h 200 jwiagir. Iit I! fi cr i.V f?i-Lf.- iBrW 125 COLTS Two years old end rvrln. wide-sprea- cnt trai!cr Ih t. hw. IVr.n "l-- i. rTr tr ll hrpii untn!, ir.,t ! MfflMltf if Ihr.p rrrorrlAl, tbey ihonlil bo va'ntd cnlv Mrlt.. as prafir. I wi I Ml a'l Imported Hork at (Trade prices whfn 1 t fnnilrh with the animal fold, r--d grr vcrl 1 by the oricln.il French rtrtiricato of fo miraber and record la tho IVrcbcron Stnd Hook of Frsn . 1 Dj.nur Illu t ruled "alIoraefnt free Woyrf I 1.. Isa3 miles cstof CUcsi-o,o- n Ity tie Ciucajo & Xorm-AVesie- e'ple TieCTcrlIrt- - th ln t !i. r.ti. rQ-caleb time and Umd bara me I hi Clmm of FITS. ErlLEPSr ncl. FAL1.INO k lit ons stady. I rr&at mj TincJT to euro it vt-rs- t Icase other b SMed 1 oo reason for not now rettlvlng a cure. Mna CDca fbr a treatise and a Free lionle or iny Infaaibli and I'osS Office. Ii semrdy. GIo Kipro lciMez for a trial, anil I win core jku. Tearl Su New fort. Adgreii lir. H. O. BOOT. t.n PSHpg EITQff PJ&9 59&, 0 E I ... a. .!... ,r m.m iiiorf.lv tfl .IIDlUCIS tt( tbem ntara fcjrtln. I turmn H r'n u cttajnl ( , Dny-I.lzh- t. j New Man. For twenty years 1 have suffered from ca- tarTh. I r)nrchaed Elr'n CrMmllalm cf J Dawnon A. ben. which has o effectually cured my heidache that I feel BHCKcmera new raan I luve rcornmnded It to many trtthltke sooi reultg.-- M. JI. ItEA u v.s isocnesier. ind. A ATAPSH ft 24V ! P nVeanmakehnDdooiaeRUCS infoo 1 tHU I bou r oat of ram. Tarn or enrcloth. fman ct rttrni, CL'ixo I CmIIl Easy,slmpl RUG MAKER fascinatinB. on any Sewing Seed htamp for MArniXE or bj JewFreI.lsM. hand. AGENTS It V.'an'.edGteaf PEHSAThtnTrr. ritw Awonder-falinrentln- WMfEM rS&teSssS?3 S-Cn'.T- P.iceonly3l Inducements. AprlrfortTTitorr Newplan. No money rennlred. lsstubu.cilicica, UNO. C. HOITT&.OO.. R. U. AWARE THAT rf .MFtn IswraJlli Lorillard's Gliinas Ping Iwarlns n rrrl Hi tag; that Lortllanfi !: l.rnl'flnecut: that Lorillard's) Navy Cllpplncs.and th.it Lflrtllard's aulT, ar me veil anu eneapesi, quauiy coosiucrvu i I Spcnk, It was almott rny inronjn TAr't noirii. t'nlmr Cream Halm a rtiort ttmc the - I Could Scarcely ImpoMt)Ie to breathe US 1 's Ttemedy for Catarrh Is tbo Beat. Idlest to Use, and Cheapest. PL-o- H I m ' troublfi ffntlrclrdlsanpeared. J.O. Ticiixx nn, fchoe -- Merchant, lAY-ESLV- ER Elizabeth. X.J. A particle Is applied Into each ncntrll . Is agree able to use. I'riceMcentsbv mall or at DrupeWs. Sendfor circular. ELY linotliEKS. Drugstts. Owejo. X. 1". H B . jH Em ALio rood fjr Cold In the Head, Ileadache.IIay Fever, tc. SO cent. A 't RCUTCtnaKeoTerlOOrcr fiUCn I O cent, sellinc our new Corropated Kellecttns Can be sold In CTery family. Gives morellghtthanSordln SAFETY LAMP ary lamps. end forty cents Nmn unil li ronelncedi Clrcularssentfree.FoB8UA&3IcJlAKix,CInclnnatl.O Lead-Poisoni- I BASE B ALI I CARDS, J . Goods Dealers. lead-poisoni- No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes i &u Celebrated "ECLIPSE" JIJ.I.T- nnd Eltnot be ItltlUl.K Combined, slipped by any horse. Sam can ple Halter to any part of tho U.S. jC-free, on receipt of 1. Sold by all feaddlery. Hardware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to the! Trade, ne Send for lrlce-I.lt. rfoJmvH ral j.C. LicuTnocst,i:ocheter.N.Y.; Boston, ilass. fr lead-poisonin- g, For sale by all Stationers. Xewsmen and Fancy Idberaldlsconnttothetradc. H - r-- m .lg These Discs represent ASbssbbbbssbbbbbbbbV vLISILJw Ma the YSZmmf AW 1 a posltlTa rmtdy lor las above i.ttaiu ttovmods of cams et t&e wont klad ao of lane SUnllB0 Indeed, so tteae Its ttewrff rTe Iteen csrea. TWO BOTTLES hi eiy Imtih In with a V4L FRCX. tocilber tt.t vlll wnd UlBLE TEKATlE ou U.i dlieue.ta mnjtuBmr. aiveEx Vim and r. O. liinu. CB.T. X. SLOCCK.lll Vuxl 6k, ts.Tr G0NSUMPT80N olse; tss oi ylr "riij ' Xy tP fh opposite IhPbswB FREE TO F. A.M. F1b CoIcrM EairTlii ef tie ni la ba i . AIOTK niiaipBl, warrc w e .rR. W ia eiMWI. Ulo.traled CaUkcae cf lluoolc twoks aal roods Tk tth Urttfl a pricn. Also tin of OtiUliii btiat M- REDDING A COL. Mn in It roili.n asd Alusfactnnrt.T:i Brodway,Nw YoraJ Tr '. 'iBmBK: ife &. SONS? no fee. Write Jaws. Capsicum Cough Drops SfilA. W.orSlcCOIUUCK for clrealara Ohio. hOX. Cincinnati, Coughs, sides of B. H. DOUGLASS rICOCNEWL.VtVS;Onirersi'payfroW lkil Wcommlislons; Jleaertcra relict 2)years;, I'roiloos and Increase: experienceana & Book-kecplnt- r, water-reservoi- rs T. Cold3 ftnd Sore Throats, an Alleviator of Consumption, and of preat Mneflt in most canes of Dyspepsia. (IEWA8E OFI.MITATI0HSJ Ciittlc-Cotmuoi- ijl Ki They are the result of over forty years experience M compoundlny COUOII KJIEBIE3. Jletall price 15 eenta per qtiaeter pound. roit SALE IIY ALL DE.VLLUS. nUmk hand, etc, IIAUI STUDY. Penmanship, l'orms. Buslnegs Arithmetic Short free. itCSXNESa COmXeOE, Buffalo. x.ir. ht by mall, tlrcula Wlifiu-Lonsber- ry to nirz uxiltu tub uric hcst ck kxtt it oudxr. Id) hvlt OPIUM II.VBITS MOItrmXEenred h"nie. qnlckly and painlessly Frea at IICSsTJLXB Trial Coane-tonll- . .Lafayette, V CO., IUUIED Ind. .'. jm rniiv.witiw Co., 33 DeyBL.N.X. If yoa want on 1 "Good enough,'" continued tlio coal dealer, "I'm a Shake. Wo should be friends." And they were. Merchant Traveler. III. SCPEnLATTVE. A Houston Anecdote. Corn Xo. muted Oats Xo. 2 mixed Hje Xo.2 1 W 27 12 00 S 00 T-- HAV-Tnnotb- yXo. follow. Second Peddler Why: What are you carrying? First Peddler Gravestones. The Ham-blc- r. that I have met with miicc I fln-- t put on tho indeed m man case? did not scruple to cap nnd bells, but I can assure jou that 1 rould not contend with them again for cla'm " Alberttis Magnus was one of 2,h..J.i"le "lorjr anU stamP tho" bnve won j these, but refused to "ivo uarticulars to the The bad .spelling under which Josh ll0wworld at hirire. I1. tidlsus. however. (o niaket, j ,.Take idlings pregnant turivcu was purpo ffr c"'?i "I3 W,.1,0'Y carVon' Md-sipounds of rock- uuougu icar oi ins aouity to spell cor- - I salt ground very lino in a marDlo mor- ,.....,. .r.?, " paiti iiuiu ecceiiiric.iv. so j, ,n a Billings' method became ZZ- - ? I I,,1"c0 all hisown, and no man lives who can coverlt. in order to asnx a law tliercto. His was horse sense thunder. expressed in the plain Saxou of homely cend and float awav. ishould be long, ptiopiu. ne turneu out apnonsms grin- graceful and wellGiled vtfth this pow- ning with truth. If his lectures were der: but to prodnce jfeunder the covernondescript it is hecausa they lacked ing should beshortaoJ thick, and half unity and coherency, not matter. He f nil." T. W.Wu'herfii Ityular fincn" 'j& was neither Artemus Ward nor the droll Moninit. and brilliant Phuenix. nor Bob Bur$jto, Santa Fe.i.s nor Mark Twain that evervbodv Mexico that is th?mjy town in New entitled to the benefit o. knows; he was Josh Billings, a kind o'f the act fcuthorizinflthe rapid deliver) Old Man of the Mountain, who talked of letters upon . payment of the S'trisdoni to the people with hisbooiks :lpj and came to nm5ie them with- - the some, expounded in his dry but humor- - j The United State.' ' consul at anzij& oW'Way, irom their platforms. $100. He is al In cbrtain local t! , says a rcpre- - lowcd to have oihfehns'ncss. --V. T eoiaine ox uie x.cpaia Lyceum uu - : j t net. 1 ! -- v iu quasi-phonet- ic J i. l ?M?& s specia-postage- wl.iry.ho SIiiRulstr Itecosnitloo. A lexas man who hart been in ' for some months met a friend on the i. Ail Artie- - CulM. of Dallas who looked at him intensel' Town Woman to Honest Farmer Are some moments, and at last exclaimed,' " oreat iieavensi how you have ch you sure these clu'ckens arc fresh? Honest Fanner Oh, yes, mum; I killed since I saw you last. If 1 hadn't W namo I never would avo j your Christian 'em this inorninrr. Artless Farmer Hoy You didn't kill this been able to navo recognized you."-T?z- as old hen, pap. for she died while we was Siflingx. eatin" supper. Arhansmc Traveler. What lie Va Worried About. Discontented. "Ponsonby, my horse got away froi A liltle Delaware girl was compelled Jo last night. It is worrying me not a li don a dress to which tdie took exceptions. "You don't know where ho Is?" For a long time she sat mopinjr, never say"o." queer. One would "It's ing a word. surelv Vaink " "What's the matter, dear?'' asked her that some traces i ' "Oh, wo found the traces and the mot tier. ot "OIi, I believe this dress makes ine bil- Ihe harness. It's the horse that l'minX' Ions about." Philadelphia Call. ious." Delrolt Frte Press. An lmpoxHlbility. Horace My dear, how is your classmate. Miss coinin? out as an author? 1 hear she has written a novel. Angelina JJatber ioor, I am afraid; the critics say &he betrays a woftil ignorance of the world. "Impossible! That can't be. Why she lives in a boarding Iioumj." .V.1". Tribune. SinUb-Brown-Jon- e, A prominent member of the Houston Tex., bar, and an old friend of General Sam Houston, tells the followins characteristic anecdote of the great Texan: 'The last time 1 met General Sam Houston I was travelling with him in the stage from Hallettsvillc to Navasotn. Ho amused jnc with his anecdotes all rjay, TOnACCO-Coinm- oii I.tiars PKOVISIOXS Good Mediums Pork Mes I.nnl Ir me bicam Fancy Diury. nCTTKll Ohio Crcauiory &1S 60 3 6C H 1000 U) 'J & 9 u2' b 6JX"5 1" 14 fe i ' Isaeare. for Llyer Complaints and ills canel by a n. deraneed or torpid condition ofthelJTer.asUrspep-e!s,txastfnatioBiliousness. Jaundice, Headache. JIalana,Khenmatism. etc. It rejfalates the bowels, .Prit"' the blrxxl. strengthen" the extern. AFONVALUABLE family medicine. 1 nooand,cj Testiraonuls IToto its Ment. AST DBCOQIET VOL TTXL. TOU ITS RETCTATIOSI mvnmmftmsk A mmm mmmiftm snir nCCCD Tratntrolactheni,wwin Uperatlns Washtas Machines. enn n. jour num. r. once. The National An actlre Man or TTotntn In erer J 0 fe 1 ii fc 21 1 50 1 To stanoara stiver. ware 1.0. Boston. nilinPTi Treated and carta wiinoaiioe free, rounrt to Mil our ExnenietuiadV nww KirZoathandEicentei.roods. Salarr CIS. ranee. Canruaim oulflt FBtKl Particular APl'LKS-Pr.t- ne POTATOKS FI.OCH per Imrrel 25 1 60 HAUL-TES- T. TidBih. and toward evening said: 'But now, my young friend, I am growin"; old. I hftve buried the tomahawk. I havo even forgiven Richardson, of tho yews, and Cushing, of the Tcltjaph, and I wouldn't lay tho weight of a fpather on their backs unless there was tar thero to make it stick.' The two editors mentioned had been, and still were, bitter political enemies of tho old hero of San Jacinto." Boston Post. In even community the peddler, the book agent and insurance agent, as well as tlie ubiquitous gamin, should bo taught, severoly, If necessary, that doorstops and doorbells are not public property and should not ba used except by the owners1 consent nnd approval. No special cranks, vulgar persons, children or others should bo allowed to violate these rules of our doorsteps. Here as well m in London the law should bo on the side of the house and not on the side of those who invade tho right of human hopes. JPhiladelvhiq Prat. nit IXWlifiut No ."('Ii Xo.2red y" Corn No 2niiied Onts in xed I.AUO FI.OUK OUAIN XliW VUKK. State and estcni....f3 Wtsleni ftcam 15 W 3 6t 4i 10 eniro M 6 M'i 38 fe 31 fe S3 M... 9 50 JI0W d6 6 4U ": "n HALL'S ctven several physicians. The patient had cold etc P.'B!It'"e,,' hectlo fever, harassing coughs, was He commenced Immediately to pet better, and restored to his nsnaf lieilthiUIJ. AVM. !. rljht, Clnclcnat!. Osends this cndore-mez- ti "IhAre prescribed DXt. WM. HALb'fl a creat BltSAH ma always LV.NGS Inone casenam-berFO Y1IE cases, was with snecess. u p by Dr. W. THE JDOCTOICS JVWOKsKilEAT. UnitUUil y et Boot on treatment sent free. L.roSD.M.D-Aurora.KaneCo,- MitjI Kruie. dcoldJ" M.1LS.VH FOtt xpectoraat I.UXG8 TIIE asupc0BB Is Wl. .Ill M. M..T,.B. ... a Co., routine, CHICAGO. Plnle and Western ...JI SO DIKE'S 9i P0 Whew No - red... 87V, 6' Ufl No. 2 Chicago SpiMijj 43 Corn No. " Oats No. 2 cow Hje $75 4JSH) POISK 5lesi 6 10 CC5 & LAUD Stems UAI.TIMOlti:. esc a a here and earn y pay. WU. rarnUhed. Write YAlEtTK A MOXT1T. Acentj Wanted. 9f siMln2anlcleslntheworld.l84mplc. Addres JAY lir.OXsOM.I)8TEOiT. Mrca. ReTD on Cotton Turkish Rubra DBstUillUI Sample free 10 eerypers' senuiri T. WillTE, Eaton llaplds, Jlleb. address to E?D ABU V assrn sitnationt TELtCriPni lisos, Janesrinc bj $250 ....!f,.l BEAKD ELIXIR j?lTZ '- e " r YifEiSH vTI rI.l..l.. daa awitoMi..iH, ua. Xi. Smith C.W. flWMfk. PUcnV UfnUlU safferlnit with local weakneis fiUlTjAfl e.herownphTslclan. rorpal ttculars. address DKS. rETEIUIAN, Akeos, Ohio. A.N.K- -E 1058 FI.OOU GUAIN No.2 Corn mued .r Oats mixed.. . PROVISIONS lork Mess Lnrd Itctlned . Wheat CATTLE-Ki- rst Vmnllj- - : I 50 91 h J5 CO ie 51 .... :n : ht. io w 9 50 is. 3 75 Ufe V: quality Corn mixed........ Oats mixed LOUISVJLLE. Whcftt INDIAN No. 2 red Ui : 3 3 KM All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. The Mirror. is no flatterer. looking-glas- s. :' 5 a et11 - oi MM till Flour ANo. GKAIN 1 rt Wbeat No.2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed POl' 1C mess LAUD n G3s Would you. tell a sweeter tale? make it Magnolia Balm is the charm- -' er that almost cheats the tl Bteam.. lssl A -- Jsi; &-r- j,- - .wagS'- -' .!&! i in i 1 e3aSaku3ssnc& BTS ?,Tr' t r LOCAL NEWS. Trcsh country Lard, at Nico Sausage, at Lye Hominy, at - Itor.KRs. RoflRas'. The State Etiualiz.tticm jjaird Tin- - GroiHi !., assesses lauds in Fulton couiifo" o. at iML an aero, several iL.Uaisi Tlit T.ondoti (K:- - w writ, - ' i V uiguer man any otner coajitvm ;. nf tlio enlmneg Hint Imvn hAfin W eatem Kentucky. MuOraeiwn ; 1 by reason of is assessed at S7.G2: Graves tx7?: pJu"- in Kentucky energy of Mr. John Hickman county. $5.29: Riird. tbo untiring .. r I uauoway ana Marshall,. li. irocior, me .Mate ueoiogm cnclt, 94.10, &e. l'ultonlias, Commissioner of liumigra- & r -- 'ttu(t - ""i mm mwr hiuBaiaa?'--afea- a - -- : per-'.in- d flowed bottoms and rough .' name of a is land as either of the nbo vo iamo'd ' Moo Ens'. GcrinniitettlementexteiMliiigfroin counties, and yet our Ian are h "f 6"e taxed at mom than twice aa much ?c mi UUieS .llong the hltloy road, fo .nil n .. ...... .w ... P.ftllnr.l Congress will convene on tho ...., t!, w Inmla in .u.. ......, iiai0i'(,i four consisting now of twenty-on- e aiuu ualioway: and nearly twice and first Monday in December. " " ' 1 Tho Legislature of Kentucky as much as those in Graves. This itiniKC t u uuiilii, hm.; don't look lUUCll llUO ";n(iiw, lV uu c..J: i will meet on Monday, Dec. 31. " ' Jiw .V'"' Jf does it ? In Fulton county horses is tne growing oir iruus, wines, Thursday, Xov. 20, has been are assessed at 802.70, and i designated by the President as McCraekcn, at $3S.74. Kvcn in vegetables, grass, and cattle. all the men are tradesmen, Thanksgiving Day. the. county of Fayette, where they Nearly such as locksmiths, joiners, carTwo hundred barrels of hick- boast of the best horse flesh on penters, masons, and stoue-cut-tcta ory nuts aro shipped daily by a earth, they only assess at $55 vo wagon makers, millers, bakhead, al less than in I niton. Paducah firm. er!, butchers, tanners, boot and want the papers published in iho The Lancet says: Wearing over- counties of Hickman, Graves, was negnn etc. The settlement in tno spring oi i coats causes more rheumatism Tll...1 vJ.iiiu.iyaiiu.u.;v.uiv..,; TI..H , . . '.mi uiiiuuu, tll Ppi HftlRnp --- " tbau it prevents. ' " ." " in nvnlniii thrcfvi inpnii!i limai DO ' "Ji . ir'itiii i tt . 4j viv itiuii Ulirg, iauen. xuu coionism own, ...v;. ......: Gon. Don Carlos Bnel lias .i. .u.mi, Wi uuim,, .i....i.n,l0 ft 0?ther, 1,9SS acres of land, ...t ... are wortli twee rf xVgent at in 1 niton been appointed Pension llu;roeI farms frolB u to i as much as m Ballan , Callow. Louisville. M nn . 31 1- - than in acre, mainly cron in tho Pur or Graves, or more horse injti The tobacco . " Crackenjor ...,:.. a , hat .. : ... ..ii. " Thcv 0 in enCrrtic, in- ,.i, c in chase is said to bo larger than in ami intelligent people any other scasou since the war. McCrackon ? The i, riVAl of'nstrions do i ' equalization can Judge IL 0. Bailey, J. W. ucip lhrHL Mnyos, D. W. Dickinson and By-uu- equalize taxes until llanser has promised to give Ferrell, aro tho prospective detail atsomouturo time caudidatestfor County Judge. I - i?.bSS ..-.'I rJ, ! krcouutv tlicir methods infarmingnnd man- . , - .H...V, vjm- i. vjin ..! P ,. . ,..nniI,A rtnr Secretary Bayard and Senator Boards, orwn County ABCMors, i " the "rZXZ Ilatnnton of South Carolina are i.- -: w .. n...:.,Ttii!'iiiriti ouiiiuimii;( i i.i .,D MT, M..,.. i rv.Wn Sl.A nv J. reported to have shaken hands and uuiiiS imiru up iu .i amy? V7 Fresh Canned Goods, at i.iiia, u& litic iiuiuviUHguot over- - .jon goyg; ,, i1 --- a " I Detroit, 1n:oniA-ii- i swept Midi., in the citv election a few ,,,, darn mm. oWtii.c nil tiioir randi- dates with one execution by rua- iltits ranging from 1500 to 3500 vntra. Tim nrlnrimin TlAiiinrriitlC hali k4pns roiii -' , -- I - ST. LOUIS MARKET. No. 2, offered at 94 c; bid 9ic Hay. Strictly prime, $11.00; mixed, 10.50; f.ucv choice, $13.50. fliaJ Tdfthave yon cali and see onr superb stock of Fancy Dry Goods and jToyelties, on which we will guaranteeto savo you if to Ik lm Bdek, mwU Ij Flint Wheat. GoaH. Yhite, (Sood 3G-a.- Sc. iu 9 lrm"V'T wc common, $3.5 to $3.90; Rcalawaj $1.05 to $2.00; milch cow, $20.00 to $56.00; real clve, $8.00 to SI 1.00. AttT.fi. 14 hnnd. 4 to 7 years, $75.00 to $s0 00; 16 to 16 bauds, 4 to 7 years, $160.00 to SI M.00. Houses. Heavy draft. SISA.OO to $175; Rood drivers. $135.00 to $170.00; plugs, 5 I'.OO to 50 00. Hikjh. Cattle. LIVE STOCK. steers, S4.50 to $i.90; n, m Co. ac- E a knowledged to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever brought to this market. Never in the history of Hickman, have goodo been ofiercd at such low prices, This largo and commodious building is jam full of neV goods, and t ; shoe-maker- s, ....! ; -- i - .:. ,. from $3.40 to $3.00. Buichern and packers paying "SHI IB priate Trimmintrs to match, should be seen to be appreciated. i. a i m ouoirst sale to miss on these goods try tLn-r- NEB 8F HI HSffl&C ; Coisjo aim Scujo. All persons indebted to the estate of E. T. Gardner, deceased, aro respectfully to como forward and settle, at early a day as possible. All person holding claims against his rotate will please present them. Mas. E. T. OARDNr.::. a- - ) -: .- so-calle- m You can bny a nice Kid Shoe at i'laut forgotten past difierenccs. 63 &. "sSto'ilrd SS I- H-t of for $1.00 per pair. . Who Made the Loio Prices,? Li oi'iuv" L;tMiu iiMtutuK .i niniUie:iiioii cuacaiion. watch, o Those who uu Jat t night, if it be clear, The lands in Fulton arofe'01 as and You can bay a nice kid Glove xoxTwo years ago, after a public at Plant', for 35c and Alexander liiffh. but those in 50c per pair. vill havo tho opportunity to sco sessod than any other firm in the place, numerous shooting meteors or HmvPR. ITiekmaii. McQrfken, execution in Columbia, La some q Plaut is felling ALL WOOL FLANNEL essijy linllnrd nml CnlloWflV. 81'C too' children rehearsed tho act and "falling stai." Our stock of Footwear in heavy and fine goods, is complete Wc are W yard. Full yard wide Domes; ...Jni!?rhiiil tr handed one of their milliner so at lfWc i.; ything from the finest r reach Kid for Ladies, to the Heav- showing more IUD , .....l Lino 13 luuivitic; mill Thorn nro Raid to bo tl n. ettectuatiy tntu ue woum !... - tic, (heavy j at 5c per yard. iest Boot for Men's wear. Don'tdo yourself the injustice to overlook miles of railroad in tho Purchase true as to horses not a man acsoon been dead bad 41 CYPRESS SHINGLES, this line in any other other portion of An r.iiteri.rNins, Keitftbiconso. than cideutully discovered the gronp, ,. - ?.:...!,. mtu nic imuuu KCiieriT, mat WC Have . USl rCCClVetl . ...! i. r ..i.i: Kentucky or Tennessee of double u reiieil The other day, after a nninber of in Moore & Liadram can aiwiye All heart Cypres Shingle, Vi'inauuiibe stock of all kinds of Furniture, nnd solicit the trade of parties wish Its size. ,n carrv :n SOTkTtlie bet t.oisnns iiml been bantized iu the every reaped, kept coBUnlly on hand, t a can ghaw all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine lino ing to buy. o aiid for sale at lowest price. of cvcrythinK."but to ifrureheAKenry rjver ftt tJl0 sam0 town, some A California correspondent of of H. KUCHAXAN. eptll Princeton Banner speaks of, for h aniciw m hve weajg.'"X ored children tried the experiment own number and on one of their having lately met lion The Godshaw ft Plant and W. L. Doug-I- s &t tegs. VsJa ves ner in that State, greatly unproved enterpriBhHr, and ever reiiablcHavir.- -: drowned the youngster. Shoe for Men, can be found only at J5eife.''ra 63 secured the A&ency for the ceiebrete.l I'r. IMaut'g. All mid under a juartnUt. In health by his visit. ItiMeVs, Youth's and Roys' Clothing, we're carrying the correct styles, King's New Discovery for Cefgamption, A HorrnF.KX paper chronicles We propose to make our price to Pint tho tho You 1 rest Many corn growers and buy-- , .. sell it on a All Wool and leading in low prices. The moat beautiful patterns in Wc have everything your heart could desire. you need never leave .our house to look for spirit ofgoods. tune. propose can 6ell asn?ured wise: cheaper "Wc low as to ..f the tilght of time in this era of this county inform US that wpi surely cure any and every affection Ingrain two and thre ply Carpets, at is any retail Furniture store ti tno Jt'urcbase. rapidly TJie Ladies are invited to call and examine our Wraps. Our stock will not Throat, Lungs, and" Chest, and tojbow our Now us the cold season is Carpeting from log cents up, Plant'. thO avcraco yield of corn Very resjiectfully, ne1 and we are showing all the latest novelties, iu short and long Gar- approaching, that beauf.lul nirtl oi cheapest ever offered in Hickman. von to calllad get c invito " bo near as large as last year, but confidence free. passage, the Northern tramp, may & Trial Bottle nifjia. T. F. WILBURN & CO. say tho Acreage is much greater. . l r . . I,IIP 1IIWALU for. uis iiencaic eon- iin iihaa ever been our intention to nudersell, and if you will only try us, 1' ui-term of The room3 In new Odd rS.orc kindu of Repairing Fellows building. tintiii onnnnt. Btand the chilling TIIE OYSTERS! by the we ill convince you that we are doing it. Mrs. Walkan. whose trial at , done on ehort notice, and in a workmanship 6tyle. Also ESt All , , ts of bis bleak Northern homo. ton County Court was in freshest and beat Oysters Emporia, Kans., for the murder of we are prepared to give gpecial inducements a3 Honor, Judge K. ;s aml bo he seeks health and com- - can, or served at any hour, and in any nday, II has been the west-- , b way desired, always 'f fort i , ia. mn!o! KlinilV Sinth. tO lrwnt Heuon, at theto be had during the for several months,! Marrcll, presiding; era sensation AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. usual amount of road ordijrs. 3r. driven The patronage of ladiet solicited, and .:., w:.k n8 nni acain was acquitted by the jury. A. E. Chappell was appointed jlomcvani bv the summer's heat. eciIJ arrangement for their polite at " . Dr. B. V. O'Daniel was absent Constable in District No. U. Tho tention, LACLEDE HOUSE. the first part of this week, attend- will of K. T. Gardner waaregn-larlJudge Mike OwsLr.Y denies septll produced ami probated, and that he was drank when he called S. W. Keing a session of the is ISui'fltiRarao the ntucky Medical Association, at Ar- Mrs. Jennie Gardner, the c?:ecn-tri.- on the President recently, at now located in Moore & Landruin'e drug dnlv oualificd as snuh. Iti Washington, in regard to an ap- store. Ub skill and reliability ha Ken lington, and reports a pleasant ami was aiso ordered that Ohnrles pointment ont in Utah, and proven, and bets located here permanently successful meeting. ) ESjlgJ Roach, George Shaw, audS. .. A. thinks it an electioneering scheme to always make good bin pmmises TO 1AKE BIG CLAIMS in print, to sav my Furniture "is the best," '.. Mr. J. Henry Hawkins, young- .Noonau, rcsijucioei, i. .r..i u r -- wii-if,-. t,:a antagonists to defeat htm nnni(s but a troke of the nen and a little printer's ink; to back up the . BorllncRine. the Witch-est son of YV. P. and Saucy Haw- ateu irom tne payment oi ..A iu the next race for Judge, in ertabliKhed a reputation as a ikulf ul work- - claimwith the proof is a more difficult matt er. None of my would-b- e kins, died in Lake county, Tenn., lax, improperly asseHseu lll,sS which he desires to be iiis own man second to no one in lw line, and hun- rivalsjcvcr dare attempt to show in what respect their goods arc "the on the uth inst., while on a visit them Also, tne roiiowiniiiL-meiit- s successor. dreds for whom he ban done work will evi Paducah New. when dence his reliability. Call at Moore & best.'1 "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say to his sister, Mrs. W. A. Downing. were presented, and. Orderasked to give any solid reason tor their claim, that they keep the best week. Landrutns. Suitable notice next ed to Ho over to the iw.xt term for A GrKAT revival is in progress, V. ). .TohnftOII. ftd- gri" This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish nvMitJnriS! Fop Sftio. Henry George, of the Wingo iniiiiatrator of Andy Gh'6Tr;1Sn .alibo Cumberland l'rcbttyteriautoWtke them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. A good portabto SAW .MILL, Purchase, is proud of the counties cv F. Btirus. eaardiau of b. M. church, Princeton, in winch all uepower, and in good condition. Also, FOUR of West Kentucky. ; He says that and A. J. Burn?: W. B. Hatch!- - I noiumnt tons aro joining. Ke. (HPT35 G. Pearson is conducting tne meet- MULES and Los Wagon; and 7 Yoke of years ago, we were regarucu ,. a t ;:- :i few .,. "We are now prepared to oifer the citizens of Hickman nnd surround sou, guuruum ui i..A., up Oxen, Wagons, Chains, &c , coiuple'c. For ing. Business houses rlos :1R the "tail end of tile State and. to ing country and towns the largest and best services and further information, apply T. or ad lres, during the afternoon n verv iiifliirnificant. tail at that,' SMITH. E Wonderful Cnre, is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate EST LOW PRICES Moscow, Ky. .! but in a few yearscih'P tail will bo W. D Hoyt Co .'Ul !.. .uiu P.!1 the town is stirred up as it never auglf-1..c.. ,., .UCtUlf. aoie.aii: Goods. This is the point and caccnce of this discourse, Ffl0 with Wo mrn wagging tho dog." "a ct. ""ini DrussisU of Itouic Ga., .ay i nnd make! horse seu?ct instead of mere blowing about 1 it.fi Perhaps you Cor Real. T? f Tfl T' n... .,,i r been "selling Ur King's New Discovery, oiiuii'.iui B ...... ;... en Clinton rroi.. rl.itti. own. nnutAlttn Otmir Klpetric Ditters and llucklen's 1.....11..1 SrcLaughlin, ouo of the circas Tho eplended store room Alexander & know what cood i'uaiyj.i ujivj is, anu pernaps you uon t: n vou vrani ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting . ... Arnica: . , aicp fartwft . i voars. I lave never imuurcu wMuuui ..1 ..,. hATllliei rl.ll ii' ihiicu nii.n street, lately occupied by tho cwit 'ivc me a call and I will show you as w.n, or give.uch thatpublication of a new paper at sell t to Maxwell, dry goods merchant, is for rent, . Auf Diamond Sewing Machine, the our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, wo the V 'been cat I aw also agent for the on reasonable terms. Apply to can give extraordinary low bargains. Wc especially invite the ladies to Hickman, to be devoid to tho ed- - universal tWact.oa. There have -vears. - E. T. GASDXER. ladies friend, w.. , itrrotQ nf till POlinlV. eODlC wonoruu cures ei'itioi u. .of Four,.W. .... are in ;au - at- .tranu- " Wn,t,rn Tvontneky. Several v r x alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du see our stock of others It medicines in this city. nave oeen cw for awaiting trial ui me opnug TSio ' ! : r- itarliagame, is cmireiy 7 1"" ". Customers politely served on short no- plicate ShfLOW PRICJZS.&& will be m comnetent hands, nnd CLOAKS, permanently in Hickman; and if he ,.ftf . fpWbottic8of Dr. Kins'aL.. .. inr ..: : . iirtk. t ..T.onirli. o u...i.nn ..ivv iu uu uiiii. fixes your watcb, is always at homo to tiCC. btore across Uiuawuci. num. awiwmuc ntn "nig oiuit. JERSEYS, Bncil a papt'i uujjih Tf iin '""l' Kew uuco'erv, iawn m coiwvciwu " iviii Iin has taken an appeal. Kespectfully, o gunrauiee urciu prove tho reliability of his work. Klectric liilters. ported well. DRESS GOODS, always. MAItSlO- TRIMMINGS, Sold by Moore s tandrum. kind of Disinfectants Chloride of after fifAll "Robert. C. Cowardin, At St Lime, sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, AMBERO. ALEXANDER LACES, EMBROIDERIES, and the lato novelties in years on tho train teen or sixteen Paul's Episcopal church, Thursday, 10 a Chloride of Soda. For sale at Last Saturday, George NECKWEAR. to as condnctor, loaves CO WG ILL'S Drug Store. man, who m., by Rev. U. L. Pindar, Mr. R. C. Alexa deaf and dumb charge of the southwestern lives near Woodl.md Mills, rode ander and Mis3 Fannie Ambcrg. take All goods as represented. Call and see them. nnaqnnfrnr ncrency of the "., 0. & 5ont forget that are guaranteed to hitched his Ushers Clint Ellison and Geo. Dullanl. Hog Cholera remedies Salmon's & Haas T, R. TT. at Dallas. Tex. Ho iuto Union City, and Rr. A.M33EHG'S SOISTS. Promptly at the appointed hour the bri miiln to n. race, some iiustjiciuii. among hogs has thousands of friends who will stole the u.u.u, rode It into the dal party entered the churob, the groom s stop the Cholera it, or money and keep refunded, L. Monro and Thos. uu- - them from taking regret to see him leave here- .-! country, eat the stirrup leathers bride and groom fot by il.. Nashville Union.. J. W. COWGILL, Drnggbt. bridle and n.1.1lAitit oiiil TllATl Milt lowing, 'and ranged themselves in position ;" ii in front of the chancel, the joyous strains says that flirt mule-- t ironi. irom The State Geologist march greeting IJtielcIen's Ariilcn Salve. TO SUCCESSORS Fultmi county is the richest conn- - died. It was as tlastarttij aim of Mendelshon's wilding th(ir approach to the sacred place. The The BestSaive in the world for Cuto, in Kentucky, and we meau a trick as wc nave nwiuui Rev. C L. Tindar, in fall canonical, with- Bruiees, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithenm, Fever ty of land & CONIT?A.ISr"5r. believe he is right as to quality of; lately. T-P- . out delay, proceeded to unite the happy Sores, Tetter, Chapped IIand9, Chilblains, DEALER I2ST coitp'c, using the solemnly beautiful cere Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pond soil, and yet lands in Fayette,' .. to-nig- SrlS" d ltJ(,H Jeer ;u nov!3-t- f LOOK OUT! ICKMAN HOUSE yXOTEL D t IIERTATTRANT. i. ' all hoars, at 25 Cents per Meal. Al k ut r l - - -- . 7 ji.h ' i ...., Sl Our stock of Ladles Dress Goods, Fianncls and Suitings, with appro- many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with your figuresj Wo have and we'll discount them. No humbug we have the goods, and mean n what we say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which isjtho most extensive we have ever handled. Overcohts from $2 to 20; size from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all sizes and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children's Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of Boots and Shoe?. Sole Agents for the celebcated Douclas Shoe, sold for 3, every pair guaranteed; you can't beat them for 5 or G. The Red ring good Canton Flannels, and yard wide Bleached and School iloiie-Sbufor children, from No. 4 to No. 2; can't be beat; s at 5c per yard; Best Feather Ticking at 15c; All Wool every pair warranted. Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. " Liu- Flannels at 20c. Wc are prepared to, and will give you 3?HEX ALWAYS SUIT! - -- d Boarding and Lodging. novi-lt,- i w to -- i- -. I ., !.. J ... K-- jl first-cla- .,.., 0rTnr;'tlS i J col-th- . I p. I ii-gm- lin TTt lrwil.-r.r- B.V -- j y j. .. ALEXANDER & MAXWELL v. Wati'h-make- r, ,- i : - ue-- i ui V" I i i, 25-hor- .e h-- , . C - 'I-- .- j y &. 2t first-cla- ss ! MM I C2 r- 1 - TT T T 1 1 f 1 IT ww . ": :..! w .t i ... lXn .T ,- light-runni- ng Wateh-make- r, loea-te- k : i i aai-ii- i - rai-i'ii- -- -- In-gra- to-da- y . J Knt, & S J. s J. W. COWGILL, n. .'" -- bright and wmhiuuh more per aw7 e. i - . Novelties, to numerous to mention, Wlien t'lllion wju fquai ;im. v ."- - jot, arriving almost daily oy exjuv j, ill to ty in the State, in value and wealth, cord'al invitation u eoc v,"nrti.liir in ni.rpfiTO. come and examine her large siocn.. ! " Novelties in me jy oi ?peeial line of e The cultivation .of tobacco is ' Hats and Bonnet?, ready for the c0ainsi making different sections of Ken-- j week. M tucky rich ; and many good jndges j .r I'", Snenoer, of Union Qity. and experienced men, nrGot the Ist Q v xi0combe, died rh J opinion that the bluff landf about J Ullion "'-- uniueu. lhe ceremony the briJa, rty wUbout iiatlng to receive marched down the aisle c0ngratulal;0U8 of nlc church wlorUing to the reaidence , . , f ,rt,.r. where manv friends . nvtuiwl rrtein!s and happy fnllM-- .i wishes, which were necessarily brief, be cause the bride and groom were in hurried preparation for the 11 o'clock train, to bear them on their bridal trip to New Orleans, an.l from thence to New York and the Eastern cities. Ton.ur. The bride wa3 dressed m a Hickman aro specially goott Mr. Sncncer ltvod fawn colored silk, hat and glove3 to ...,,- . rt rff fotial anu tnat mo larmurs u j. tobacco, ,.o"s in liiouman some diamond jewelry. Tne groom the60 hills have prosperity open- was known as an excellent okiis- - match, andwine colored cloth suit white in dari will give their if they X:. -- ill i'.1 Ef fnr mncli illnnnm.M ;ij IT nplOW With TW.ZZrUuir jwm.hi"i "-". FORTUNE IDE-A-XjEH- mnnv of tho KruKXinai service, . , , o i tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It isgaarantced to givo perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents or money refunded. box. For Sale at MOOItE & LAXDRUM8 I3ST pr DRUG S.MEDICINES.IBOOKS, Moore & MOORE can bo found at Dr. PARIS' Office, to attend night calls at p ber Fall and Winter Mock of Milli- LanVrum's. (Abdominal Supports nery Goods, Novelties, and Notions, is now a . nnd ready for inspection and sale. open . MEDlGlNiES! Miss Judge is n young Jady oi rare Lite ia and experience, and will no doubt this season as she Iia3 in the past, fascinate the diet Indies of this community with her exqib- A.3STI? a.2sri3 ite selections of goods, and Her tr. ttfitl SAVE MONEY and artistic work. The latest and mis ed to them, lAttV. 4: rtvnM.in.M.nnMll "- - i ,!lt i gloves. . r .fcii.ii, es,t fashionable style and grades of gooda s attention to tobacco. The church waa beautifully decorated been jiurohueil, and prices marked dov many menus iiuro biuuuicij mum TDILETMTICLES fholcsale Headquarters lor ai With flowers, lights burning, and the Ith many coun- her death. to the lowest twsstble lieures. Alf Little, tho Breathitt darkened. The altar, in front of thanks for past favors, a share of public ty outlaw, has been found guilty from which the bridal couple Mood, waa crowned patronage is solicited. AKD- &c., &o., l&o. Miss Dick Walganot, &c., &c., &c. oi of 2G counts of pension swindling, near Fulton, who has been suf with a magnificent pyramid the roses, gebaptisaial Factory raniums and lillies", and atVlll job to dealera ouly at nml it is said now confesses to tin veil HIh litre. was Jent to font with wreaths of evergreens, ferns and abo the oi fering from insanity, murders. Pretty good rocorti 41m 11.IU TTMllFII101tiln VBlUUl, this smila.v, and from the church ceiling was Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky., . tSyPrcscriptions filled at any hour, day or night Ring night bell after 10 o'clook . TC "-I iJiii.c.n-iiuiiunaiii.u Voiin.-- lionnti. su?inded two lovely wreath?, united by a says he was, for many years, badly aillicted Scotch Siali, i3l!li and Crime lor Olio liiiiuicuw". x. i.. r. it. -- , clft .ro .i ""r..;"T .. .:. c , "i delicate white Patfn tie, typical of the with Phthisic, also "Diabetes; the pains tbcljest n.nnrt was to give him full sen of tho city and Su- e also keep Delivered to all parts in the market. tin anu utiumuii would someoct30 silken marrige bnnds, with the happy mot were almost unendurable and tnnr.ft on all the counts for which constantly on hand a choice selection burbs. speedy recovery is hoped for to, "The Tic that binds" the satin tie times almost throw him into oonvul.-i.nho is indicted, it would givo him a her numerous friends. representing the word, the letters being ar- He tried electric Bitters aud got relief from of term of 1,016 years in tho peni- by first bottle and after taking six bottle, tistically cut and covered with white FAMILY GROCERIES. tentiary. The excellent music for the o3- - was entirely cured and had gained in flesh Monday a disastrous CONFECTIONKIUE3. On last :, AND FRUITS, dfistrnved ca.ion was rendered by Mra. Jbo. V. Cow- - eighteen nounda. Savs he positively be UEALEIl IN James W. Gaff, storm at Selma, Ala., i:!S Vi" iLillaud Mr. J. II. Millet. dipd, had it not been for The steamer property, and 11 lives. On The bride is the daughter of the late Jos. lieves he would have Electric Bitters. Sold whichjre. will well very low for the cash Memphis Packet line, col- much the reltet afforded by of the I'.Iease call and sco us. judtfy regarded as one of lided with the steamer Mountain tho same day tho Canadiamstcaiu- Amburg, and is most amiable, and accom- at fifty cents a bottle by Moore & Landrum. Girl, a Bhow boat coming down er Alffoma was wrecked land oi the sv.velest and The old, popular and always reliablfi Hardwarehouse of AUD ALSO, lirncnloitt i:.scajie. plished young ladies of Hickman society. lives lost. below the Ohio a few miles Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and all!kind On her marriage day the large audience W. AV. Reed, druggist of Winchester, Inst Friday, and tho united of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, al a bar ;s is, woiiiieliovc. assembled to witness the ceremony, "lovely ltid., writes: "One of my customer, Mrs. New LOWER and LOWER. gain. Groceries, and Family Supplies gen latter was sunk. Lives wore lost, the only city in the UniteiWStates in the exclamation that she looked IuiA!L Pike. Rartonin. Randolph Co., Ind., She ia a devoted christian was a lone sufferer with Consumption, and and beautiful." All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. erally. and the property of tho show pro young woman, and wins an neans oy ine wa given up to die by her physicians. She ns cheap ai the choapest. 1 will not be Has a splendid stock of the very best make3 of all kinds of Hardware "1-.an.l ,- .civtv. is celebrated with such a ceremony i purity nr r lexcellence of nor character. Jiea.'dof Dr. King's New Discovery for undersold. rnu. JOHN WITTiNG. ? iinn M which are offered at i itn . t it f .. ItllUlUUl 1UU1U k.' ! n rnt' ' nil iiiniiui'r viiiiiiv Cotmitnption, and began of me n;mu uii-i" i"uo'" msiJMintia. O jioiuii.li i as tuuiv iin nniilnhPnrirSfe....;a merchants of "Hickman, "w prince of good? In x months' time she buying itto this five people aboard th a walked rr,,..nn?,nf1 -i gallantry per- - city, a distance of six mile, and it now po .."?., tU II1W UJ U UO UUUieilriOS fellows,., and in manners is.,:!.- Girl when sne went UOWIl, ami l nm .I'UIItltl CU r,.lf ilnft much improved she has quit usinu it. She m.t.w VJ. , .. KOtlliil ail. IS UI UC.UIIli iIJ14, , UUL LWU UI LlieaU nUlU Oillliu in anu luuim iiiu uii, aiiuiBirewetl business promise. A couple seMom marry fefls she owes her life to it." Free Trial taken to Cincinnati by tho Gaff. the floral otrertngs on tlioftombs iTho bear a more hearty good win oi an, Bottles at Moore & Landrum' Drug Store. i9Ka.IiEASAX'ff E5ESOKT PLUMMER & FARRISS, and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to. Hickman conn-- ; of tho dead as a token of their or are morcdeaervin!;. Iile promisee nom The farmers of PI . , . ..T -trt lllant w w.ou. exactly as represented. 1SESH BEEP, constantly on lap. Ci An i:iil to Bone ScrajtliiET. tv aro organizing an association active and living faith in doc- - ltt- Dill Iiappmess aim jjiw.'.ireiiij St., opposite Courier Office, be Jae no'w, nnd that this may always continue to Tobacco, of the best brands. Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, lib for mntual protection from horso trino of tho communion offlaiiits, them, is the heartfelt wish of all. IJlronao solicited. KY. 1IIOKUAN, pays? ''Havln; received to much benefit is an old custom in thtf Crcsthieves. The proposition is to ? nov U-- lt Jfr, William Walters from Electric Ritters, I feel it my duty to . On the 9th inst., A WELL selected stock of Saddles and lfvy an assessment on eacu mom-- j COnt city. ' to Miss Nancy E. nammatt, both of this let sufferinp humanity know it. Have jf3 Harness. New work made to order. so as to always creato a fund ber had a rnnning sore on ray leg for eight county. Prompt attention given to Rebuke SSSin Some itfore. in a sum sufficient to insure tho 12th inst., Mr. J. W. White, of years; my doctors told me I would have to 2ft?ts Lower than tlio Lowes On the 1 prompt pirsuit and apprehension From tbo Louivii! comuerrUi.i Illinois, to Miss Lizzie D. Powell, of Mo. have the bone pcraped or leg amputated.Rit- instead, three Jxittlfts of Electric IMave no clerk expensss no store rcn The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen etaploycdi the President has been of the taieves. The Jordan neigh-- ; Mr. II. C. Alexander nd. Oa the 12th Inst., spe tfMdpay cash for all my Groceries, and of any kind. He has eeoured the services ters and ,eevcn boxes Ducklen's Arnica! The attention of builders especially desired. as thi3 house will give ' in thiscouuty organized buked" by the result of tluTXew to Miss Fannie Amberg. Salve, and my l?g is now sound and well."; hcijfore can sell as cheap as the cheap of that well known and excellent work cial inducements.- - Correspondence solicited. a ciuo aner mis tuea, some years York election, as his enemies COLOHEl). d Electric Riltcra are sold at fifty cents a atjr lieat brands of ivittenberc nnd Lou Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself is aero, which accoin much tend, it pays tho DcmocrufisLirty On the 10th inst., Thomas Rogers to Al- bnttli. and Rtieklen's Arnica Snlvc at '25c. LahFlour, 25'cents cheaper than the low man, I? a guarantee of good and faithful work. J per box by Moore & Landrum. to rouuuo lam some more; gootl. iwuri lYixiiKU. aprl ice Dowers. JLTjL -. ; BEAUTIFUL! SAY THE LAOIES, "ATISS MOLLIS JUDGE announces that STATIONARY, and School Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTLRL3, DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, PAINTS. OILS, WHITE SEWT NO MACIUNK. AGEM& FOR TIIE WINES AND LIquORS FOR MEDICAL USE. DEUGS, PATENT Trusses AND h. J' - l''. Oityn jrag. ?E35:SOTlIITIOjSrs A. iSFlVX.&.lu'- x . JSTEW HOME i ajfcj - SEWING MACHINES IPA.I2STT.S jkus nM-- -- iyy.m2 y I - win-Aow- 3 " li ''rVsn mm ai Mas Hf' prJ Imm tZHitn Tn G-BOOSEI- . t Fresh. Meats. i juwk T'-.- s. - chrys-authum- s. F. H. CASE, Family Groceries; Law-rencobar- g, Orlea iVA' 9 it iint niuiiuui". i . o . l::.:J"''"" ,iI i. '. i . r I -- !- -r .f. MTHB'SSAL00N, Saddlery aijd Harness OJSTE5 IPIRiaE! B. . - ....n.i.. 5liml n It - - . If "ic-borhoo- KEfAIKISG ROOFING. ; con-plishc- BREVAEI), . .t.. .f. v"iH'&. "trtagmggmjmm HMBBBMBBWP--IPIBBWMlB!---,--l'IBMI1- 1' 4,' 3fc3j&iJV4. 4JT w L. - isEr fe u iwm cxsac y .'Jttt 1 ! v; I Has now received his full stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete in all departments. Those Goods were bought before the late Big s Goods and will be sold at lower prices than can be foiinid at any other house m this section oi, country. Me lias completely outdone Eisc inprices, and they are all all former purchases in quality, pifce and style. Recollect thisjiouse discounts all advertised ices. ' flrf-cias- 1 g.ji.:.iig,v .mi "sane jmm hi itablo and honorable administraTil VT far Northwest region of s tion of her afiairs. IWUT2 the i'uited States called Alaskr, Nnr,.I TLl The People Will Not Tolerate Our opponents seem dismayed whose breezy northern coast looks Our nomtlar State Aulitor, Gon. at the result of the contest in tMs out upon Hehring's straits ami tho FASKIOABL Sectionalism. If, then, it is true that the Ken- Fayette Hewitt, is eucfoed in pre- State. They failed to appred o Arctic ocean, is entitled to more tucky Constitutional Convention Gov. Rill was serenaded by the tho intelligence and disccrnim f, respect than wo have been accusBOOT AND If I V V II nrflowiT than of 1S30 stands alono a monument taxes' Elect? s tomed to accord to it. Gov. Swino- - .citisens of Albany. In thanking ment of tho people. SHOE of fear or seihsuncss, ami ny a any State in the Unifa The rt Kuiiuii ii ow uo curncu upon ay - ford's mossago tolls us someintcr- departnro from the standard of port will contain comjjrisons with tho Gathering Gov. Hill said : loss clamor, prejudiced appeal Vosting things about it that we SHOP. North West corner of MoecoW American Jiberty attempted to a number of Statesilpro the i Wfow-fihariand Trc7 Arenues, Eoat llickmaa, Ky , o jMany; Accept personal villilicalion, and onj wero linnlly prepared for. It has t circui UUIVI1UV V.f VUV.I JmvoiI into . , shackle, bytinprccedentcd t .1 S3""SatiafactIon gaaraol&ed ,1.. T. population of about 0,0002,000 ifeiaiis, is it Uho State Treasury isJ8S than in ; 111 ui.uiuo tvi LIIU "onoryou tin orable opponents .should lug tv. all future AI,ril In (Gorner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) ihitcs and 7,000 natives to say that in o ' tins demonstration.approval auzed that fact Tho voidT notituno thirl rthis vol co of tyranKentncky, and will people has boon !&&' rdial Mng of tho aborigines far up .uxJ'fc'ffclf'P' g lMay4iiiTOStaiWtircrdfh!rtlibiauper ,ll,t,.(m to tho, off-ifsrtnrnMJber-i.TOYrff' -my candidacy evoked from 'good citizens will ova who cannot ..io Arctic regions expense., 01 the judicia- which field Monitor. idiots, tho osco In tho result. So q eiiumeiated. Tho territory, in- THE BARTER GROCERY. The Couuir.n has nover neg. ry, &c, is paid by tho counties, liiv neiehborhoodand in mv native concerned, it shall be far :ii my county of Schuyler, the ilattering stead of being a sterile land of ice looted an opportunity to favor a and when added to tic State lev vote received from the peoplo of bo discharge tho important J. Jf. MONTGOMERY, maonn. 'and rocks, is a land of great ro- in even iustancc makes it greater lVXcei to his friends and the cublit that - dclieato duties of my highoi. conven, sources, the gubernatorial messago call for a constitutional in Kentucky. Tko re- - Albany county is especially grattthan the tax be has opened a new and fresh supply of 3 tion ; but, it would bo interesting ..r-- t of Auditor licwut viiiiimiht.V.intr. '11ns ancient city the to which tho peoplo have cai ;d tells hb: "nowhere, in my travels m all kinds of Familt Grockbixs, which h b( from Lake Superior to tho Gulf of me, as to merit nill sell as low as the lowest. He is rea to us, to have tho Mouitor ifcme less onon the eyos of a great many Iroud capital of our State and all who desiro to tho approval advance Uo bpt Mexico," says It, ''have I seen dy at all times to exchange Groceries at for its hospitality has peoplo who aro always talking some of tho "great burdens,' cash prices for Baiter, Egge, Chickens, 'or moro luxuriant vegetation than in imhed been lavish in kindness to interests of the State. taxed to death. any kind of marketing that the farming grievanco8," 'tyrannies," &c, im- about being Alaska. Tho hardier Southeastern me during my official resideuco Wo aro curious to seo Auditor incuua unjr uring in. aoe nigneei Bare here, and this last evideuce of How the Losers Feel Orer the vegetables all grow to maturity posed upon a "long suffering peoket price always paid. report showing tho relaand to enormous sizo. and tho catple" by the present constitution. Hewitt's J.M. MONTGOMERY & BB.CX continual confidence of its citiOPENED, with new STOCK, ont und out Fine, Btylub RIGS lor hire Result. TOST in differ- zens is gratefully appreciated. tie a'fo sleek and in tho best pos- - . rS TERMS reasonable, l'atronnge solicited. If this can bo done, tho people tive rate of taxation the ' SpofTord's almanac I his outponng of tho Democra - Nisw York, Nov. 7. -- Special piblo condition." And thoro is gold will bo quick to seo, and hear, and ent States. ey rhe eectionis in Alaska, too plenty of it. is doubtless intended, ' torrespomlence. 1SS3, shows the late to bo in feel, that noio is the time, in their for SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE nnt an itmoii ic!) pnmnlimnnt in over and cvorv cood Denocrat IS own way, to throw off such yoke Xew York, 25c j Indiana, 30c ;j mo norsonallv as to tho crcat'"aPIy but tn0 poor mu'wump is parties that will take tho State's . .1 ." '"i. inuieiurnpiKes, aim Iueu it.l ."I miore&i Massachusetts, only a traction causo of which in this contest I Ul !l deplorable condition. of tyranny. & v rath of the disgis'cd lie-- , tno money is re invested in graei There aro hundreds of us who over Sc; Michigan, "lie; North 'was in part tho humblo represent !tu KENTUCKY 8TREET, alive. In times liko these men ' P"UIIca" 1S aeapcu iion un. iuwuo ucic, mc, wmuciioiiiumnconstantly on haad 'forhlx beliove that a new constitution Carolina, 20c ; and "Wisconsin, 47 aro nothin"- but piinciples aro' 'rhy iavo barely show. their fa- - ideas tho turnpikes, and will i here- KEEPS sale since election ni?ht. They fore demand as good a piice when can, and would bo, lormoti, moro mills, &c, and in as much as tho overvthin".0' I trusted in the I)om-!ce- s HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. in harmony'with the changed po- Kentucky rato is 47i cents, tho ocratio party and believed in its ,ook ashamed of themolvos, and the State wants to dispose of them Having purchased the stable, horsee Moubtlesbly aro. Tlu Eepubli-- i and take tho money and invest it and entire outfit of W. B. Flumme r litical relations of tho country, Courier is curious to seo how principles. This sentiment was wo propose to continue the business n.t key-not- o General Hewitt can fignro our tho cam-- i CRIlSi on the. other hand, try to as- - bomewhero else, and by this means of tho and moro oucotiraging to the ma- taxes lower than the States named. paign. solicit patronage every Demo-- ! sumo an air of defiance, and sc tin I ho whole State can be improvedIt stirred -- terial iuterests, and progressivc-nes- s cratic heart in everv portion of lo uutl some consoianon in cyp- - "" m bhibiuuiic,,mwwudii, uu.of tho day, and hence are WlistSlic I5emoer:iIs Hayoiourgreat State and men rallied "g t,ie mngwnnips and Kosi io era can be found to take tho State. Bo:ic. o enthuMasm di- s- Conkling and his stalwart folUv- - i tec st. which can always bo donewith the anxious for its accomplishment W. DIESTELBRINK But the moro caudid ciss if the location for the road ijud;An exchange, in sneaking of tho plaved in tho campaigns ofSey-.or- s. by regular methods, but do not -Mctorj ; ""J leei tiiat the causes arc siiUic.ont now democratic .administration, will ni aahma .A every erg candidate, and wonder low; d lllllllllt liyl Cvjius V. Field, tho New York " iiDwwmaWi-- ; Domocrat in tho laud. It will! lhS coul oer ive cxpecwa;to to resort to the extreme course ot f ""-"- " Utrpmnimn thn h:ml of our Proa-- ! elect him. Seerctan Vrooqau, ' millionaire, finds decided opposi- ings as follows: rrvolutfan, because tho effort at h,s "It has compelled tho release of, dent, and aid him in hia effort for lright anger the other night, sule tion to his effort to perpetuate the revolution might bring moro evils tcj out and said : lt pro jd a memory of that brilliant aud unspace rxi NOtrouble tonamo all artfcleSj bjli Cfi public ser- - j several American citizens unjustly tho arification of tho than aro now upon us. to ehow goods, m oilier Slates, kaujrarou ticket snro .cnoigh : fortunate Hrilish spy .Major Andre- nnjiriRoned abioad. vico. Our brethren .. m "Wo ask the Monitor who shall andome and see, at the cornet of Troy W"J strengtu tuoro was in uwas m momnaeutal iorm at iappan. "It has ordered tlio cattle men oi?; who vero anxiously awaiting the flick-am- , L"S . 1. . Oil 1U me tail." I,rv2n!l 'illO 01i?inal SliaU, II Villi lias now in stock all the new improved Breech-Loadiril! tal-r- t nnv IintiA call tho sovereignty convention ? fl.n I.,il rrro!,!,nil Shotguns and andIoscowAvenuo. Easi How cau members of the Legisla'It has unearthed and stopped courago. Our opponents cannot f It was really amusing to wtlch be remembered, was defaced by Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, "Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats tho frauds against tho tariff laws in 'say that onr victory was won np- - he Republicans ns the ret jros unknown parties sometime since, and Helmet, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at ture, who tako a solemn oath to boldly wefc coming in. They had refted and a now monument erected. prices that will compete with any other city in the country. Call and Eastern support tho present constitution, tho Tt hie mitcustomhouse. nnnACD Ion faiso pretenses. Wo n.m.r tim iifmnpmtir lwnnpr tn tno dni!id ooera-houRwtere i4i8t week this second surine wast nut ihn mtf before buying. absolve thomsclves from that from the coast and geodetic sur-- ' tho breezo, and, reljing .upon no they leceived the returns, andflmd demollished by djnamite the examine oath I The Governor, the Judges vey. entangling alliances, confidently ev?ry arrangement made for ibig- work of unknown parties. a.o C. m lf " the evening &naPaci-- ' appcalod to tho peoplo, who made (DAVIS1 OLD STAND.) ui iue conns, anu ovory ouiccr oi j "It has stopped the Texas aru. Stkad, editor of tho Pall uogau ym escorted o cr itere, tor We our cauao All kinds of tho State, each take the same fic aud California and Oroiron land jaggesaivo thoir own. stontlyhad an primed for e fluring speech Mall Uazetto, who recently stirred main- policy and , grant sicam. eircum-fcrenc- o -ftho expected victery. ii:. i oath, and what priest or power Enerlsnd from center to STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES '" tutiied it. "It lias jmt an enQ q the rx .ibv publications showing in iuawuvu i ii.:. ircI.-- k.iitii(t t.'nriv rj lirivf In t ni.j can absolvo them? It is granted uno iningwiu method of s hoa&Cj al ba; anally kept In a " men a uutu nao "i" i" iimimiftiiij w r i. " plontinn TuO Stat O Of J'iOW YorlC "w lu"Alu that if the people were driven by running the navy. ca prices. has tembk; ',It has sent to their pjfsts army t.inn;i:n.i no it B TTitii tim iiimi. ' was nreuarcu to niako a Enrilah ors. mostboon convicted of ono of The Fall Session will commence oppressions and tyrannies to the TSA F&NCY CAXDIES, .. serious crimes charged tho n.,..i assault unou the kind's :... nr i.v and. navy oflicers whom ifc tivoritism oxtont of asserting thoir iiUierent debauchMIXCE-MZAAflCKLBS had kept around u ashiSgtou and try, anxious for peaco ana pros-th- e us no marcueu inio iue opera-hous- in his exposures, that of years MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1835, of j rights by force that tho power of llo was of conrso receiv- ing girls under sixteen watering places. perity, liberal in thought and tol- QRIZS BOMIJSt CRhNBERKIES, lie their voice would purchase abso"It has stopped thoyastc and, erant of the sontimeutsof others, ed with a storm of applause,stage age. Ami Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences was given a seat upon tho lution, and tho constitution itself worthlessness of tholAlabama can never bo carried upon any WT G 3Ecl J3 331 President Cleveland and ani- - and a man with powerfnl voice1 commission. suo of sectional hate. Past would be but a rope of sand ; but, to read out the roturns. 'President Arthur both voted .Sugar, ColTceSs Soaps, fef - mositics betweon North and MONDAY. JANUARY i, 18SB, "It has ordered that ' is there any such .popular feeling keting bills bo paid outnojnorejnu- - South havo been tho forever buried, For an hour tho vast audience straight tioketB, thus setting an ill oMhe pubnot be nndersold. to tho reading of in Kentucky? Tho failure of tho lie funds. Continuing Five Months. Will pay full price for Butter, Egja. I in jand cannota be resurrected for tho- listenedgauis. There was not a follower.. oamplo to thir political cratic peoplo to go to ths polls in suf5-cie"It has closed leakoascs tho benefit of political party, how- cheer to bo heard but groans tiid Tho coarse o! tiuly. inoluding thorough primary work in English branches, numbers to secure tho new agricultural bureau. over desperate that party may be. Latin, Greet, Germau, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, .. :.. ,rrr. fm,i;iw. npnennntr nf Itnei. hisses were very plenty. Gen:5 The Ohio Legislature is Repub"ft lino clmtfK flint constitution by peaceabloaud regMusic, Drawing and Calisthenics. lican by a majority of three- Tho Especial attention is dcroteJ lo the preparation oi etailontaor college, and jonng ular method-- ; does not indicate frauds wcro perpetrated at many ness forbids a revival of the bit Logan's appearance FOB t ' Cincinnati Enquirer says that Shor-ma- n men for Lusine&s. SOON CHANGED. jteruess engendered by civil strife. that they are either ready for, or Indian agencies. to the will not bo desire revolution. In deed and "It has reduced the nrimber of Tho peoplo desiro amicable rela- Ho looked very sick and was i Senate. truth, revolutions aro dangerous employees in various branches of.tionstocxist between all sections to sit still npon his chair a d experiments, and the knowlodgo mo public service, anu, has cut of the country, and will tolerato ho finally went out tho back wi ;. TUITION: of this fact onuses an intelligent down excossive salaries.- no agitation of sectional contro-verse- s In order to comfort tho crowd t ' A Connecticut girl who only peoplo to be:slow in such move"It has stopped tho ocean mail ...,.., aro dead. Tho party man who had been reading sal : weighed five pounds when sho was Primary TupHs ?e? month ?3 00 that " 00 ments, and to bear present evils subsidj steal. that presents live issues, pertinent "Well, wo soon will have son.o born is now hi years old and tips Intermediate " 5 00 " Advanced rather than fly to others that wo "It is sweeping pretty clean." to tho demands of the hour, is the rood tiowh from Yirrinia. Ho tuo oeam m ,wv pounus know not of. party that will receive popular had hardly uttered tho words un PAYABLE SEOKTMIiY. IX ADVABTCE. Tlse HJjiiicil Stales Scuafe. support. Tho peoplo aro inter- til a disnatch was thrust into List Tor, proposition to abolish the B. G. OALBWBZiZi, Tho present United States Sen- - ested in tho houest and economi- - hands and he read : "Virginia las October elections in Ohio was "Free Gravel Roads." gone Democratic by 20,000 major- - adopted by 537,000 out of 743,000 administration of public ato is composed of forty-tw- o Ke- - cu LnA 1;j Hickman, Kv Ang.7, 18S5. 3m thirty-threTho Hickman Conner, "Win go fairs Th3 waut Soocl Bovcrn' ity." hive minutes later tho op- - votes. and Demo- -' Purchase, Louisville Commercial, crats, properly counting "Mahone ment everywhere in tho Nation, was deserted. and other papers, have had arti- and Eiddleberger as liepublicaus Stule, city and town. They de-I- t tien. Liogau atterwards was very TnE Democratic maiontv on cles under the above head. They is not probable that elections of n,aud l'ome rule for cities, free bitter in his remarks upon the lioint ballot in tho Virginia Legisall agree, as the Monitor does, that last week will decrease tho Kcpub- from legislative dictation or iuter-lica- n mugwumps. Ho said that if they laturo will bo sixtv. free mottled roads would bo a great majority in the Senate. yjr.' ferencc. They desiro that the had continued out of the fight benefit to the country; but there giuia will elect a democratic Sen-- - yror!r of '"ipa1 reform should that those who had supported Take the seoms to bo no deflaito idea as to ator in Mali one's place,' but the bc lroKrcssod to the end that lilaine and himself would havo ProXessiozial Cards how these roads are to be made. will in all Hfc..i;i,.i runtion and dishonesty may be voted for Davenport. Mayfiold .Monitor. N., e & havo a Senator from Oregon, elec- uprooted. They insist that public D. G. PARK, ted by tho legislature now in ses- otiicials shall bo held to a strict The Courier is not willing to FREE GRAVEL ROADS. accountability, and that genuine bo understood as favoring State sion. inaugurated. Tho Tho chances of eh.inrr?nr, 7, ' reform Bhall bo aid to a system of gravel roads, complexion of the Senatft - - ST. The MAT FIELD, Wo Democratic party will meet these Freo Means Taxation Aro tl or any other class of internal im- the close of Mr. Cleveland's and discharge them to! Peoplo Willing to Incur i n Actlvo Practice Hlnco3Inrch,lfJ7T. provements; but, if the State minisiraiion depend cniefly upon I u bausiHuiiun ui mu jmupiv. me lixponse? WILL practice in all the counties of the a J elects to uso moneys already em- tho results of tho elections next I 11K:inuave UVl PromiacdThe 1IV1I"(4L- From tl.e tngo rnreliase. ret Judicial District, anil m tue Appei- administration. people year in Indiana, Now Jersey Con-- ' Courts ol Kentucky. ployed for such purposes for the necticut and Now York. (1 We aro indeed very gl not expect it, and it is almost Should i Improvement of our immediate Democafs carryThese StaTeshnd fin,Pssiblo under tho true tlieori tno press oi too I'urcha section, wo shall not feel called elect Senators theSenato would of our institutions. Wo will, how- - commonced discussing the cvsK'? Call on nearest Ticket Agent, T. I1' npou to oppoao it. It would bo be a tie. Should tliev fail in anv ever, give tho people honest, elli road question. We have been Or Address cieut and competent servauts de ing to get tho peoplo intcrestet ATTORNEYS AT LAW, only a of nionoys one of them thcEepnblicans would votod to t,,e mhVlQ cal. them trom the hrst number of ntin have a majority unless the Dc-- ; W. R. Jon en, already appropriated tor internal mocracy can win We believe it the mostii l HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY. Pass. AgL, Dallas, Ter., of and' I nmy bc perB"ttcd npon this paper. flinHAn . 1M.fTlt Ia mo T improvements, and in this seuso Michigan, whoro therois nossibili-- occasiou to congratulato you and l'"'"-"- ' W. K. DAISI.ET. iubi iui It. x urcnas to all business entrusted OP ILL attend MANUFACTURERS 'i " G. P. & T. A.. NhTille, Tean, country mat 13 likely to come b ',,u u1" would only bo making a moro iy oi success. to their care. i' k n?w FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt Hickman, success oi mo wnoio JLiemocratic fore tho next legislature Ofncc Furniture Factory. general snd equitable distribution nov8.'78 .!, iv. wuuvi i0 unsiuKon in L Jaiies A. Dawsox, who was ap- -' Stllte ticket My associates upon of the State's favors. State aid pointed survoyor-eenpm- l idea seems B nf Cnlo-- ! tl,lt ticket wero good men and ono thing it says, to a system of internal improve- rado, is an "H f, "R 1? A T who t true well worthy of tho snfTrn- - to ho, if we correctly understand if n JL"J HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ments would prove here, as it has at ono time editedlthf Bvenin- - SeB ot lIie people ot the State, thntrravoIrond ' rnmmnAoei.nii i.J w 7 "l""".uoiil uo LAWA I ATTOnNfci in other States where it has been ifewc in Louisville which was on-- f woso coniideuco they have mer-- j organized, and that when ao much' HICKMAN, KT. 5sr posed to tho Courier&onrnal. TTp ted and received. Weshtrtl work private stock is secured then tho triod, a ruinous policy, entailiug Estate Agent Collector, harmoniously and satisfactorily Stato will is not over five feet tall, very lier Central bankruptcy, and increased taxa- hunch hacked, HTCKMAN, KY. S and together in tho discharge of our j Kentucky turnpike stock in West various duties to tho State. Nei- iventUCK, gravel road Stock i tion upon tho people. Tho 3Ioni-promptly to all busl and was named by r Will attend in him DZA1X3 in Sonthwcsten tors objections to suck a system Editor YYatterson, ''Alhmnhrn ther should I close without ex- There WHS nothing of the kind'acss entrusted Korthweslern Tennessee Vesuvius' Dawson". THis newsna- - pressing a word of rejoicing with mentioned, or understood when Kenl0 and aro truthfully aud well stated, and I TALI AH AKD AUZRIOAS MARBL1 , you over tho victory of tho Depasseu mo per wo ondorso every word of it. ful, venture did not prove success- mocracy in tho grand old Stato of tne uiii four yonra senate ot Ml' speK,u"c""b''""'.."'"-:"tbut he had always been MONUMENTS, TOMB AND QRAV1 d tfcr. """"'"'S.s To Somo years ago Gen. Preston a man of blrfllinnt attain- Virginia on tho election of Gen. simply provided for the selling of , STONES. ir.. x headed a largo aud ablo minority ments. He was at one time adjutant-- Fitz ITugh Leo to the Governor- t'n Intn'sintnrnct :.. general .&- - -- - received a fine lot of Ame ship of that Commonwealth. You pikes, and the money imj.D-H'- . of Kentucky. iajtho State Legislature, favoring HAVING Italian Marble, I am pr observed his manly presence as wcst of ihe Tonnes PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, a general system ot internal im pared to fill all orders. Call and exs k IN Kansas CityaWiercd girl's he rode in tho procession at tho III rivcTds nr work. provements, and en mo within a y wo uavi-- uccu pnotojjrsnhed witli fnncral of Gen. Grant in Hew Those peopje up there, that is, JiiioKMAN, Kentucky OrderB from the country promptly to . few votes of carrying his meas- tho "uru of irettin'o nicturo oi York, whither he had come gener- - portion of them, recognize the faciirF1'lls hi3 Profossionai Serrices a ay 25 tho ,oUizcna of IIickman and ""nity. ure. This belief that tho present the murderer. There will bo some onslyto pay his tributejof respect wo novor had anything done for I DEALE who laugh at thisfmir mf tho to tho great general of our armies down hero, aud they are willingtoj Jaalc''80 constitution, whatever other faults criminal whom he had formerly opposed in do something, provided, thevcanl annals f Pri& contain a REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. it may have, is an effectual safSpecial Xoticc. of thf civil stnlc. Tno victory ot Lieo do it without making n direct ap-- j TAINTS AND Dftf-STUI- S, aBon eguard against such movements, detection of a munlerer bv this is important, because it wipes out propriation out of the treasury? AH p""s imlebtwl to the firm of Bon DRUGS, MEDICINES, QJ t2SUBURBAN EESIDENCE, Ci AcrcN. Six Rooms, Two means. the last vcstigo of repudiation and this is the only way that wohirant & Drewry, will please come forward does moro to deter intellgent ma 1 terns, Good Well, 'Spring, Stables, Orchard visible in our country and places can. seo it can be done. This iderat an from voting for a new 7lnR1fint I. CoHmjs' drug store Alexander &c Apply to The wholo counfr0f Switzer-sn- d Virginia in the hands of men who of improving tho State with GEO. N. HELM, iwanund. & DREWRY. constitution than any other one ' - ' CO M P O U NL Dl has recently aTlopted prohibi-io- n will not financially dishonor her money now invested is a graniM Hickaan, Kjr. BONDUUANT ayI1885-6PRESCRIPTIONS CAB Cftuse. by a good name, and will insure a cred- - thfug. It is a fact that there are! Hickman, Ivy., Feb. 12, 1883. . KB HIGBHAH COTJRXBB. Frm the Elizabth: Taxation n KcBiaJ vtn iflE GREAT VICTORY. ip Ki-ntuclr- ! m why f mi m w Mkvjmjf um 2 MtmJti " jmimii'J i kuaP acai aMM BaMae iwrnum .... .,. j TUliflftfia il I VI-- -- ? J ! HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, to-nig- ht W. Q. KINGMAN. OC130-18- S5 I 1 C i Faris Parker. - -- uMik AllbflUUu! "i-an- d ! old-tim- ! DF "e yr ; - faint-hearte- -- ", Family Groceries; t i r -- .. lit-tlir.-.,, ! nl ss:3 ::oiLjos3:jKrj.Tj ng j i -- i e. JUDGE. JJ, " h. I ul'irZT'uZY:"i.C."Z",'l ci "ui:.u t.,i, "' &13s,lls Q2eQ2- first-clas- w -- i . e, T, ( J is-clni- ex-beg- au w, &-- rSy-VT- Demo-icxcollo- nt ?Jathe-matic- s, Book-Keepin- g, - - ' NASHVILLE, Obiattaziooga M Atlanta, Florida o era-hons- o - - us CASE & MILLET, I0IIII&Sf! Si L l 1 J ajjuA.&E. &-- ly PAVORITjE, W oj TTLER hioktmn- KEjSTTTJCKY. HEETWECK, BALTZER & CO., l"-"!"- 1- - liTr ' T ! i re-inve- st bald-Jieade- il ri fr2 long-bearde- CSBa d, c i con-sulere- JSi'SSSSi. Hickman. Kentucky. re-inve- st -c- i-Jxo- uM THiE OLD RELflABLE CMAS. A. HOLCOMBE. -- i ICen-tuckia- Bi two-thirdjyo- te flE - sifviii: -- X !...2 3tr- - i. i$f, .&ff ' t " J