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Xt ( MAXE BILLS, BILL-HEADS. EnVBLOPES. LETTER-HEAD- ,' ! ' . GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Oldest NlivsjiuP-'TPostei-- IITVIT.A.TIOlSrS. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, suso. CURRENT TOPICS. Amstxedav has a $1,000,000 diamond. v English teacher are granted in Japan. NohWAT has over fifty public fish hatch- ESTABrJSHEDLS59. AN INDIAN CYCLONE) Submerged. IVojiIc V HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, GREA.T GUNS. WAR-LIK- E KENUkV, A11 ETC., ETO,. V- FRIDAY. NOVEMBER LITTLE 27," 1885." PHIL'S VIEWS. In- VOL. Xf fr-N- O. 8, OJk.XtX .AJX3 S3B30 TJJ - INDIANS. SERVIANS EVACUATE. Pt3 Occupied by Thorn low tho Hands of Bulgarians. TOBACCftCONTENTION. The GroweragCererriined to Have, a Say.iiCt? Inspection, '.A-Sa Jb THE COMMONWEALTH. " One Hundred and Fifty Villages The i Ordnance Tot Committee Succerully tlli New Moustei. Forty-eight- fcjploniatic reprr seutaiivps here have ben forbidden send cipher te'.pgt ams. After a stur battle ter delicacies.- this afternoon There are 23,000 men in the United out of Drasomantbo Servians were dnvin Phss by Bolcarians. who States Army. then occurred the pass. The Servians bive A lwittle was foti&ht Secretart Bayard is said to be alcapj-ta- l besiege 1 Widdin. without decisive "resilf-Th- e which was amateur boxer. Porte has proposed nn armistice. It French Canadians are zealously advo is reported that Prince Alexander is"6n-ilhng to l.sten to the pioposi'iu until he cating annexation. ym exryijrjne tu from Jwgr'Si i. 5i rrtTtnvnJRaTElin- -- ff St. tonia objects tolbhe "World's'Talr beJ bro. The Servian ltssts on ttiel'tb, 18 h anu nun init, included elevin oiiicers ing held in Chicago. wenty-tvrwonnded. Em per-- , Professor Agassiz is the wealthiest or killed and tJoseph,o in compliance vith the or Frances American scientists. request of Queen Natalf has granted "Pr- j. A. Milwaukee girl earns $10 a month iiissiuu io uuci is oi ine Ausim" 'vea A. dispatch Cross Society to so to Servia tending switch there. from TzanbroJ savs Hint thH KuJsarinns ) Pitsburghers get natural gas for tea lin ve massacred the Soi vian LieuUWUt w ho was found on the field at battle cents a thousand feet. wounded, and the Servian LieBteinnts ' London vehicles killed one hundred and Seuhitko and Uatkovitcli, who ere prisoners of war. General L sbjimb telethirty people last year. graphs tliat the Bulgarian troopfhith The trado in breadstuffs in Europe is go- had been ribttn m the tii-- nearJA'iddeu huvo been ensconced in the fortress of that ing from bad to worse. 22. jo-dw Ko-kitc- h, eries. PiciFJC oysters grow as largo as Atlantic oysters. Cremation grows popular slowly In England. Bonnets made of leather have been in troduced. Four seats in the next Congress willb contested. Farrau made 4,500 by his lectures in .. New York. Frozen bluefish will be among the win- Hie lhou-..uu- I lrotticl--Ol!ie- c !ncnlfl r,ul!;ii M,. Tni t.ovdon, November dispatch to Times from Calcutta snys that five thoi sand people have betu drowued and'lM villages ,ulmierged in Oriss- -. bv a cvclone! and 1,211 square miles in the llooreheda bad and Hudcca, Dlstricu haw bcen'de-vastatet- l. 1 .A "i Sofia, .'overaler proclamation into ten lines. .San Francisco has 10,000 children of school age w ho are not in school. A fine Bengal tigress, bought by New York for Central Park, cost only S00. The PostofQce Department of Japan is modeled after that of the United States. Buruaii has a population of 3,000,000 scattered over a territory of 190,500 square Governor Oglesby puts his Thansglv-n- g mile. 5 fashionable Boston epicures repudiate any fondness for baked beans. New York can boast of having more great men in jail than any other commonwealth. r St. PaCL will have thiswinter&n ice palace, built by private subscription, and cost- ingK10,000. - It is said that town, and that the entiio district,leteen the Tmnk, Belsradjik and Lorain the Danube has betii cleared of Uulsarians. A rumor is current here thst SlivimUa has failfu. Noofiicialconfirmatiouofthtrrport has been received, hower r. The.'diver-s.io- n of a force of live Servians in the direction of Sofia aided Colonel Topalovitch to win a victory cont,un-incarnages Thirty wouniied 1,200 about ThfJQeeu's arrived hers sister, Princess Ghika, personally attended to the sufferers, ami gave them refresn-menand tobicco. A large number of ladies assisted her in the w orkl "Ev-rbunding in the city is crowded with p: sol-die- rs to-da- y. New York, November 20. The Congressional Committee appointed by the h Congress to obtain information concerning the manufacture of ordnance and armor plate in this country, went to the proving ground at Sandy Hook yesterday to learn what success bad attended the ordnance corps of the army in its experiments gun ihat waseleven with the months in building at the South Boston Iron Works. The gun is one of the largest ever made in the United States. It is constructed of cast iron, measures one foot at tbo. bore, is thirty feet long, is a breech loader, woighs fifty four tons, cost 529,000, was eleven months in building, carries a charge of 205 pounds of powder and an feOO pound projectile, contains a French interrupted screw or Frencn ferine-turcan pe: elrato at 1,000 yards an twentv-on- e inchesof wroughtiroti, and costs the Government every lime tne is pulled $C1 I'or the shell and $32 lain aril for"theuowdcr-o- r Slid. The nowder used Is VioBTnpiScSlWt to IfilroaTbvW 'IngtoMts closeresemblance lhat article. This powder was invented by a German five years ago, who imparted the secret of its manufnetnre to his Government, which kept it secret for three ye?rs and sold the patent t Great Britain for $100,000. One of the United States ordnance nIHrers bought a few grains a few years aeo, and in exper mentmg upon it actu ny improved upon th origmnl. Two sacks of cocoa powder, which required the muscles of two men to lift ttuough the gaping bie ch of the gnu, formed the first charge. A moment later there was n llah, a crush and the W0 pound piojectile was whirling tuj- - 'Ush the air nt tho velocity of 1,7S feet a second, and dropped a tew seconds, later far out nt sea, throwing up water five feet high. The huge gun recoiled onh six feet one inch, witfi a motion thnt a swan might have envied. nd then stood still as if ptoud of her achievement. The e sun W8s aaiu loaded and The jMtunds per square inch at the base, of the In re w as 29.IXW atninst .T0.700 for the firt round. Two rounds of mortar firms which f lowed, with a shell weighing tilO pounds and a churgeof twenty-si- x pounds of pow der, aroused the admiration of the 54-to- An Alliance rormeil for tlie Purpose oi 1X tei'iitin.ilIiiK tlie Whites. Winnh-eo- , Man., November 10. Dispatches from Battleford are of a most alarming nature. It has for some time been known that tho S. tithern Indians in the Northwest Territory did not profit by the lesson giveu their northern brethren, but have been more aggress vo than ever. It i now asserted in the nios positive Some UxtrAct from tho Annual Report of General Sherlilan on the Army's Con. ' n -- e, arma-ment- of firt-d- . pies-sur- Committee. ts AN INFIRMARY HORROR. Krie Comity (O.) I'oor-IIou-- e In-an- wounded soldiers. THE FATAL STOVE. Fmncs of Anthracite T.ns Suflorate Two Old 1'eonle at Trie, l'a. EniE, Pa., November 22. AVhen 'Mary Harmon, employed m a family here as a domestic, went to the house of her aged parents early this morning, she fouad the doors locked and received Tio response repeated to calls. her Assistance was summoned and a forcible was finally effected. As Ihe entrance rescuers entered the hcuse a Cvolume of gas rushed out that nearly overpowered them. In the bed chamber a horrible sight was presented. On the floor lay "Daniel Harmon.eighty years old.ln the last stages of suffocation. Ilia wife, a few years younger, was stretched across the led. also unconscious. Both died in a short time. Investigation show ed that there had been an explosion of gns in the anthracite stove, which bad partially wrecked It, allowing the noxious vapors to escape and fill the room. Pennies now circulate in Texas, business men being unjfble longer to get along without them. The next man who meditates getting tip a rebellion in the Northwest will think twice about-it- . ' Seven thousand Chinese have wandered ifrom the Canadian Pacific line into the United States. Easter will fall on the 25th of next April, on that date since 1734, and the last until 1040. The Servians have gained a decided advantage in. their preliminary skirmishes with the Bulgarians. The gold and silver souvenirs presented to the late John McCullough during his career have been stolen., i Jew York oeoplo laugn at an equestrian snob who has his family crest stamped on the side of his saddle. The President is taking extraordinary precautions to prevent a premature publication of his message. Qceen Marguerite, of Italy, despite a tendency toward stoutness, is one of the loveliest w omen in Europe. The richest man in the world is Han Qua, a Chinese banker of Canton China. His fortune is $1,400,000,000. An authority on music says there are 5,000,000 professional and amateur ciao players in the United States. A New York man claims to have discovered the Garden of Eden, and offers to sell the information for $10,000. The report that four thousand boomers are in Oklahoma is an exaggeration. Not over four hundred are trespassing. Observant people predict that the roller Tinks will be the under dog in the fight for " patronage w ith the theaters this winter. General Horvatovitch, of the Servian army, may not easily drag his name through those narrow-defilein Bulgaria. A fire in a colliery at Lost Creek, Pa., has beon burning for three months, and threatens the total destruction of the mine. In New York, Philadelphia and Brooklyn,- thousands of children are shut out from the schools for lack of accommodations. A company has boon formed In tNew York to build railroads in China. Promi nent people are said to bo interested in the matter. In the last six months' worn on the new Croton aqueduct in New York, twenty-nin- j men have been killed and sixty -the-first j THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. Ex-So- l. A Grand Kcnnlon to he HcM or all !lert at Chicago Xeit e""Tinlr. j Chicago, November 22. A msetfng of and Confederate soldiers was held last night at the Tremont House and formed a permanent organization for holding a grand reunion of all living so Idurs of the civil war in this city some time next summer. Theuameof the proposad convention will bo the "Reunion of the Blue and the Gray." General I. N Stiles, the welljmown lawyer, orator and politician, was elected President. General Stockton was made permanent chairman of the Reunion Executive Committee. ex-Uni- s Inhumanity of Robbers. November 22. Information from Clarion gives the details of one of the most outrageous robberies on record. Last Sunday night three masked men entered the bouse of Jacob Lape, in an out of the way corner of Paint Township, aud demau'led hi money. Tothishe replied that there was none in the hose. The villuns then poured petroleum on him and set fire to it, finally succeeding in extorting from him tb whereabouts of they secured seventy-fiv- e dollirs, and departed. Mr. Lane is quite an old man, and bis bums and injuries are serious. The men are believed to belong to a desperate gang which has been operating extensively in C larion County. In v ew of Oa City, Pa., lto isteil AIie. Sanddsky, O., Novemner 20. The fire which destroyed the mam building of tho County Infirmary broke out in one of the upper rooms iu the northwest wing of that institution about half-pa7 o'clock this evening, originating, as is supposed from a defec ive flue. The flames spread with gieat tapidity, and as there were no facilities for extinguishment of the fire, the whole upper part of the structure was soon a mass of flame. n alarm was nt 'o this city as so n as possible and the firsmen resi ouded prompilv. The nearest supply of water wa in n treek about a quai ier of a mile from th A lit e of hoe was sptedilv Isti and a stream was soon jila j ing on th" flames. In the meantime a larse crowd had jratlier-ed- , and worked hnrd toiescuetbe. inmates and save the household effects. Tnere were ninety-eiginmates. All we:e safely gotten out exc pt five, wlw una in the irsaue department, w Inch w as loca'e.l in that porti n of the building where tho fire origins'? I. Tne names of tho who weie burned to death were as foilous: Mar I.atcha. of banduskv; Mrs. of Ueilm Heij.ht; Jlrs. Kchpiiller. of rsandueky; Marx-- Unp, of Snmluskv; Mary Miller, of Sandusky. Superintendent Alexander Motry was injured iutor-nali- y while tndeavonnz to rescue inmates in the lnsan- - depirtment, and was carried t a Louse nuir by, and t si ill Inmates who were rescue! uncursciotis. were placed in the statle and made as comfortable as possible. The finding they could not save tbe main structure, direct-- d their efforts toward saving tbo -- mailer bunding immediately in the rear, which is the men's department. This building escaped without damage, aud, after the fire, the inmates were removed into it fr.im tne stable. A large portion of the household effects was avd. Piovisions, farm produce, etc., in the cellar, were drstroved. The total l ss is estimated nt between 15,000 !md ?20 000. There wr.s some insurance on the building, but just how much could net be ascertained, st ht New-comb, tire-men, Ilre !" e. IJeMrojetl liy 1'utlent ; TO CHEAPEN STEEL. An fnirofiiiriit rialnicfl iltuetlie Cost Nliie-Tfiitl- Which m. HI Ite- - the frequency cf these outiajres, the ization of a vipilance committee is being sei iously considered. f Arrested organ- j ars tho murderer has been searched for without result till a few days ago, whan a slight clew led to his whereabouts being unearthed. All the witnesses except the ottending fihysician are still wo inded. alive and residing here. "W;r. Hunter, Second Assistant Secretary of State, is the oldest in Carrying a Dead Child in Her Arms. th- - United States, having been Ja offic r "Washington, Nov mber 21. Mary Jane since 1829. Blair, colore.!, This morning was fouria A Chicagoan has just Invented a cannon walking the s'rect and carrying in her which he says can be fired sixty times a arms n boy five ears old. When it was ai"vered that the child minute without heating, by two men, was dead. The w r m n tated that she had sending a ball five miles. walked the streets all night with the child ma that Reprkskxtativtcki.xct'W. H. Chain, oj in ucr arms ana as nut Know boy, it was w even her Mater's and had the Galveston District, is the first native came sick. It over from Alexandria with her. Texan elected to Congress. His district i "While crossing a s ream she had fallen, as large as all New England. and both bad their clothing wet. When There is a law in the Argentine Republic the child died she did not know. 'making it an offense, punishable by inv Family Poisoned. ; prisonment,to'offer for sale the photographi Baltimore, November 22. An ettempt of beauties, professional or otherwise. was made to poison a w hole family at 2G by placing A number of Boston women have formed Wyoming street, nu organization for the study of politics. "Rough on Rats" in buckwheat floor, from w ere Tho The President has selected Captain S. M. which cakes ate ofmade. cakes, following persons, wno the are in a Mills, of the Fifth Artillery, as asecond critical condition: John Jackson," Alice to Tisit Europe, to witnessthe milita- Carlin and Willie Parker. A colored man named Reed is under arrest on suspicion ry display of the British army in India. of having placed the poison in tbe meal. time ago a New York man unA short expectedly came into the possession of Entire Village Takes The Plerfjje. At the end of three weeks he was Montreal, Nowmber 21. The Entire pe jniless and an inmate of an asylum tor adult population of Ste Marthe village, toinebriates. day voluntarily assembled in church and .Marquis Tseng, Chineie Ambassador at pledged themselves so abstain froa alco1 udoa, says his country will abrogate the holic beverages for the soace of one year. treaty with the United States, and declare The village has a population of two thou, war if Chinese citizens in this country are sand persons. nolb-tte- r A Death from Lockjaw. protected. n Steodeaville. O., November, The Government has started a traveling expense account reform. Hereafter officials C. Crawford, of HolHdav's Cave, died last on public business will buy papers, tip nlclit from lockjaw, supcrinducedlbv a splinter nniniug under one of his thumb waiters and pay for drinks, - "j. nails. etc., at their own expense. Colored Orphanage Destroyeii One of four tramps arrested at Ottawa, 111., a few days ago, was found to be Lucy Chattanooga, Tenn., November 21 The Griffin, a girl, who had donned boy's colored orphanage at this place ww destroyed by fire this morning. 4 The iuaates, clothing the btter to walk home from Chicago, where she bad teen visiting friends. numbering were saved M the Mrs. Katx Howe, who claims to have presence of mind of the matron and assistants, the fire otcurnng whil the children served 1b the late war as a soldier, and v( wen? at breakfast. The building ana is posing as a. heroine among the various tents are a total loss. The orphanage conwas G. A. E. posts, is declared to be a fraud. established soino year ago by a benevolent At Big Heart, Wis., a few days ago a lady from Massnchuse'ts. an was thaonlr miar lighted a fuse to charge off dyna-ait- ono of its kind In this section. tbea Tan nimbly up a ladder. Mackin in .he Pen! eniiary.Bat the ladder creaked,' cracked and Chicaoo, III., November ID. JciW, c napped, wi backward fell the man, heels Mackin, convicted of perjury in .over Jut m he struck the roek the fraud case8n thfe cltv. basLeea elect j0a w mm k wu Uewa. m4 uiuvu vuiivuwmjr. twenty-on- e office-holder ed to-da- y, of-fic- Years. LAPonTE, I.vn., November 22. A dispatch from Kansjst.'ity says the Sheriff of this county has arrested Cnarles Mitchell, charged with the murder of Joseph Cur-ra- n on March 27, IMM. Mitchell, then twenty years of age, was courting Curran's s.ster of soventc m. Her brother object'd, and a quarrel and shooting followed. For Afttr Tvnty-On- e PiTTi5rnGH, Pa., November 20. An improvement has been made on the Bessnier steel process nt th Edear Thomson Steel will have tbe Works which, it is steel equnl in eflctof making quality to crucible steel at about tho price. Th chins consists iu the l iron or thorough mixing of the manganespjW ith the molten iron iu the ladle, so as to uniformly carbonize it. B S3emer stetl can be produced at a cost of a cent to a cent and half a pound, while that made in crucible costs at least eleven cent a one-tent- h spi-pe- pound. Terrible Family Affliction. CataWISSa, Pa., November 20. John Gearhart lives on n farm near this town, and last week had a family of fourteen children. On Sunday dipthena mndp Us appearance in the family, aud two gills, about nine years of ug", succumbed to the terrible disense,!one in the moruinz and ono in the eve iing. Biforo their bodies wore laid at i est another child, an infant, died, and at this time two girls, one fiftetn years of age, tho other six, ore lying in a hopeless condition, their deaths being hourly expected, and two boys are suffering with the disease, although hot yet dangerously ill. Terrible Accident to a Denti3?. CoLinVATEn, Mich., November 20. Dr. Allen Cope, a prominent dentist of this city, while using a vulcnnlzer yesterday nfternoon, hnd bis left arm blown off, and was severely wounded in the breast, by tbe explosion of thevulcauizur. His arm was amputated above tbe shattered fragments, and near the shoulder, but be is iu a critical condition from the wound iu his breast. Burned in His Bed. St. Joiix, N. B., November 22. John W. Cudlip, Inspector of Customs at this port, and one of the oldest resi ionts of St. John, was found burned to deutu iu bis bed this morning. He retired early, and it is thought' fell asleep while readiug, anu the He ir lamp upset. Preferred Death to Prison. $15,-00- 0. 22. T. J Davis, of Carbon Cliff, was found in a field, yesterday, dcud, under circumstances indicating suicide. He had been tried for forging a law paper, found guilty nnd released on bail, before sentence", and "it is supposed preferred death to going to pris on. Davis has been strangely eccentric Since ?ue sumieii death of his wife four years ago. Daves pokt, Ia., November 2i5-Joh- boot-blackin- g, Convicted of Manslaughter. Boston, November 19. Eugene J. and John A. Sullivau, father and son, were today convicted of manslaughter in the killing of John F. Driscol last summer. Sendeferred. tence s Small-Po- x fifty-fou- r, 1 New York, in houses half a dozen cases of stnsll-po- x in tbe tenement districts were received at Puysicians sanitary headquarters were promptly sent out to investigate them. small-po- x were discovTwo new cases of ered and three cas-- s of typhoid fever. The patients were removed to the hospital and their houses fumigated. to-da- in New York. November 20. Reports of e, ad . Caceres Defeated. Lima, November 20. An official dispatch from the Perfect of Juaja states that Caceres has been defeated by the First Dl- rision of tho Uovernment rorce, who cut off bis retreat by Huaripampa. Caceres loit htavily in lied and prisoners. - -- ," -- . &&. 'ST5 taftheakee. if- "'BB ...f3 ZSPi On $ 3 7tffc t SO The annual re- And Klect-- CojAty Itepresentatlve to Take Trash 4 !& i 50 Common lug.... ... i iVifr 4 M . ir interests. port of Lieutenant-Gcnem- l ("""fi'iest" Car a - ..,.. 5 Wp 3 2Ti Sheridan, com va,l.,''r v"Kf fV a ua 0 00 Medium lugs.,..62owfc 0 T5 5 7.V.1 KSj Good lugs maudcr of the anuy, after referring to the TOOftTnU Common leaf.... ... 7 ooa 1 M defenseless condition of the Atlantic cities, t IJOltll 0U . . s ooa o ai Medium leaf CiJ.cix'.vri, Nffctnfeer 18.- -A convention, Good leaf 13 OWclS 00 ...10 30t< M "Jf o. tfovcmbeb-Tl- jo Ttleijraph's "thclds of Oklahoma by the "boomers," Fancy leaf . 13 0Oiil5 oO it coa-- oo tobacco grovmrs and- - shippers, representBelgU le corresnondent thtTsIncerlty of whose leaders tie doubts, of a large portrae,of this inuortnnt ikiha ing interest have, vacuated all 5iVthe positions in Bul- - mentioning tbe belief of '. KentUekV nml Tmllnnn soiue thai they arfl in the States, of minner that tbe southern and northern ,'VIUrrllaneous Ileitis. mberof Commcn-tribes of Indians aio on the point of formVth83 occPteil by tVfiT, awl that in tho pay of interested corporations who convened in tit A stove exploded in tbe Louisville City ing an alliance to sweep the w ho'e country DrarJ..anjBrsuik,' Pemikand Izvor are picllmloary session. The terdayafternoo: desire to have Indian Territory opened to f from tho far North to the boundarv Hue, lied for the purpose of Hospital, the other afternoon, and started tho Bulgarians. TheRer- meeting bad np' and the troubles with the massacreing tbe inhabitants and destroynt organization among firo in the elevator way between the 8U1I rctreatina etreclinga pe It is ilso snted settlement, Arapahoes, ing their home. This means much more growers ot neighboring ami takes up the subject tho shippers third and fourth floors. The fire burned garimi cavalry Tzaribrod, will be imthan the late iebol.i;n, aud it States, to Ins fiercely, nnd there was much excitement, h Milan estnhli.bed liU of the Apache murders ami says: possible foi the Government to compare rcgardlDjEfifuuction and I ntn In hopes of an early settlement of tho amontr theinsd insider su it to a simple riot. It means a revolt ot the irtelf$ on Haturdi . ,03 there were many helpless patients in the Wbther Apache difficulty in such munner as whl for- tiurchnse. and t vputtial brfetlt. matters adjoining wards. These were, however, eutiie Indian population of tho North-wesas might '"'CVA?r2J. Prince Another ever prevent a recurrence of tho raids of these onject; result elision wailto nominato a removed, pnd unless vigorous and immediate measures which had been ot me a dispatch to bis father, Indians. ore taken. IVom mformntion obtained So long as General Crook bail candidate for co inspoclor, to bo plac communicated the fire, of to rhe rocf, was soon under fiom runners who have been among the to,ini2e?Jsn for his gift Tli. clothing, etc., control of tho Apaches under tho ujrroemcnt cd before tho v Tobacco Associa et ine December. V!ll!3Hrin, trv,n . lc,il9uil,U ..!, Jl..l.l, 4iW control. The, loss will not bo heavy. All te on various tribes, and from observations of tbo iougutaii bunday.'and stsu; of tho Secretary of War and verySecretary of tion hadtho firsd t at a previous meet- - the patients escaped unhurt. been It others, it is predicted that the trouble uny M wo'4 in gf Dl'agoitui nHlsb,tsiwh"i'cb,,w a tho Interior matters went on iiiKOf the abo 'ontionrtoyteldto the comentauy momeur. The Government ws tbfJKKl u.liuLwlie.n "ontontlons besrnn under thn exiiressetlflefa niii"iuiu'jv continue MlfiK KjTB,MrnKF.t. wm badlyjt'urnediat warned of the Saskatchewan ery much i VIJBUSj ura. tlf: i'Kcad of one. a bits jtlays since? bhe was light- Uie.ieieniannerfstutne"iecte"io t fta hitherto been t CUStOtli- - 'Their duties aro NewpOrtnTf , November .:;. The Servian re- - distrust and trouble arose among tho Inprecautionary measures until too late. ne lueiuiL-a- anu eqi'tny rwponsiwie, witn ing a lamp anil had thrown the match, still 10 They can not quell this ono by talking it vefses areattributed to blunders made bv fa- - dians, and continued until the outbreak of the understanding that one otjje Inspectors blazing, on the floor. It caught tho edge of the CliTicahuas In JInylast. The outbreak shall bo chosen from among v files of King Miinu.whonrein command. down at Ottawa. era and her dress, aud befo-- e she knew it the garwas petulant and without cau-A niiatch fr- m Vienna to tho Time su si emvblppers. Cincinnati is the 9econoinrrct toand 'llnsIa aud England hare induced tho braced only n part of the ti lie, but this cle- bacco market in the Cnitcd States,j Ucro ment was in a blaze. She becnine fright A REAL ROMANCE. d spatcj ii tn te to Servia Ptfrte to ment compri-e- d the joung-unmost vigor- there Is annu&lly handled more thanjoiooo,-UeX- ) ened, and ran out on an upper porch where the convy,ttou north cotmseii.il,; King Milan t' stop tho ous. The conduct of this band, not exceed xueroioic of this article, nnd unusuiu the winds spread the flame nlL about her. e A Story of Loir ami I)entlon as Ilewlwas ii matter oi war accounts aro ing forty-t- o men and nine squaw ,was fiendwar. The beivian to till vrcat Iniernst and to Clnclnmij. Neighbors attracted by her cries came to Ml neri 1y the Arrest of :t Ucerter from unrrltnbU. are ish iu tho extreme Unprotected and uncorresiion lent Steven, of tho Chamber of Con. the Murine Curp from tho excluded lines armed people w ere murdered where, cr met. merce, addressed the delegates of the con, ber assistance. She was relieved with nil Servim two Austrian corresj ondnts, and w hen proved bj the troop they vention nt 'i o'clock, making a short but possible dispatch, but was badly burned, Wasiiivgton, November 1. Tho recent except dhpatehi's are ooked. appropriate speech, delivered in w hoe A. dispatch liko a tluck of quail and cmno scattered hupp nndcln, iu the name of the merchants "nd died a few hours later. together his best v arrest of a clerk in the Surjeon General's to the $kiniUml from Solenci. opposite . In .a 1. n a .. uaun. office for being a deserter fnm the Marine Vl'Ull&Wi.l.Iils.uuil.cu tin nt Slivnitrx dated 1 o'clock Monday morning, arain nt somo designated spot from of Cincinnati, and then introduced Mayor 'Cnn o..i fifty to one hundred milos distant. TLey bmith, whodclliered tho fonnil speech of King Milan and Premier kjitisTiAX County produced last yeof Corps has developed a very romantic stoty says that welcome on behalf of the cit). arnvetl at headquart-r- s. Tho should all be eterminated or captured, Mr .1 S Grant, of Carrollton, Ky., was then 13.0b,000 pounds of tobacco, making it the of love aud adventure. A young Freuco-mn- n up ha.o the sreatost confidence in Introduced and deliv ered an interesting e first fiyunty named Adolph Doyeahard came to Servian army was drawn for facing tho and in the Stat in this renpect. s upon white Hurley tobacco, which ho was preparing enemy, a final at General Crook's ability to acoomrllh this this country with Uis mother about four tempt te break through anil force its wav uuriKje. thoupli the dliliculties are verv said w - a child of Cincinnati's adoption, and R. AXHcbst, a young attorney from years ago. He failed to lti suitable em- to Sofia. A Belgrade dispatch, dnte'd jrre.it. 1 be? tho people in that section to had made her tho tobacco market of the day. Jncksonrcathltt County, while in Loui-vilbear in luiod that deneral Ciook is Tlie best Jt would redound to her Interest to inauguployment and finally euluted ns a marine. Mondayjevening. says thnt yesterda 's man w e hu the e to deul with the c hotilo In- rate the movement whereby A "few weeks' expoienoe in flint dispatcl's from Pirot make no ment'cn dians, and will accoropli-- h in iho end more real work of production should ulsohuvea peel tho ether day slipped on a bauan'i and frtutured his leg. It is feared that tne, of ihe Itolanans having oocupiel Tzariline of life completely voice in the inspection, and it was to bo am man the young mau, and he conriudtd that he had brod. A telegram from Koiln sav than, perhaps, the Indiansin and arm. He is hoped that this meeting would result in ap- amputation wjl bo necessary. familiar with the counto, enough of soldiering. At the first opportuthat tWSei vians Imvo bombnnb'd Widdin, ami, unfortunate us the people of Arizona nnd proving or that Just claim, which would bo At Ashland n epidemic disease of tbo New Mexico luue nity he desel ted. Instmd of seeking n hidand teat tie city is on fire. Lite tlioio is no otiier man consistent with the proud position she now tongue aud threat prevails which ref nseM ing place in remote bcalities he boldly in the ami) who could do any bdtcr or who occupies us a leading market of the world. Vienna say thatthe b)inbnrd-meA temporary organization was then cBeeled to yield to treatment. There have been no oi Widdin was continued for onu is more wrapped up in the welfare of the cninoto Wiihini.tou. and under the asb) the election of Mr N. II. Wilson, of sumed name of I.e Coit obtained employhour, aid ws no: deckive. Tho Bulga-rnn- s people of th.it section ns ects Iu liie, prop-crCounty, . Chairman, and Mr. I.ouls fatal cases. s pro-- j regard to ment as a Govtrnnent clerk. Iu this itplied vigorously to the Ser'ian fire, this and bitsiue iu .Mexico, under tho agreeKirkpatrlck, of Montgomery County, as Secliaml The stable of James GroTiam, at scheme be was ai ied by his mother, who mul wete u't in the letst deinoraliz-'dment, our officers nnd men huo been treutcd retary. It was agreed that three members was burned the other morning, .. had in tho infantum become connected with cons derntio.i uhd kiudni- -s which it is from each county should be selected as committees on permanent organization, on cre- together with seven horses. with the Russian Legation as a translator. ' iuj ctiitj toiicknoHledc I take grout pleasi Witchery in Wisconsin. I.e Cor.t devoted niucli of Ins spare time to ure in commend! i. g General Crook for the ad dentials nnd on rules nud regulations. Uho At Fairview,a small village on the Todil November 23. Mnry mirnbU lls'Ki tion of bis troops nnd his following were nominated by their respecsoviety, and soon developed into an elegant St. Pit l. Misn.. s tive counties, after which the convention adand Chris'ian line, a firo occurred a young man, celebrated for bis dudish style HarteiR of Wentiord, Wis., has filed a stead) Vie". cranoe under dishearleii'iig journed until T o'clock in the cv enlng. ago, originating in a frame building of dre'3, and his ability to dance the complntit against a neighbor for attemptnn I'ennancni General Sheridan lecommemls as a solugerinan gracefully. He became acoccupied by Dr. Stewart as nn ofilce. The County. Organization. On CrcHlcntial". "yriing ladv of good ing to wl her bv sorcery, and the dnfend- - tion of the vexed Indian question that the Maon quainted with a J. II. Dobson. A. 1". Goodaj. was a total loss, and l'ye & Dickens, lo e, aud ant haieen held for trial. The complainUradrord. ollice tannlv, to w hom ho dccls-reh's A. J. each Indian family tlie llrneken John Veltou. Goernmcut Joseph ItunduII. dry goods nud clothing dealers, uextaloor. found binnelf in fivorwi Ii all concerned ant ciafcis in ad incoiitv thnt the woman 320 acres now gie ided for tliem by law and Fleming .Arthur llotts. pro A. .1. Monte. Iai lost about 55,0O0 on stock; covered by inbut the brother of his atUnuced. That is a ui&ii and attributes the hog cholera buy up the remainder of their resenations Nicholas John C. ltuo. Pearce. L. C. Holmes. Hobertson..Johu gentlemrn did not fnncv the alliance for previiilfcs in thnt vicinitj to h"r animosity. surance. Dr. Armstrong's ollice was deVf. II. Kinney. C. I)e Mo. Two yefrs ago tnis wonnin was in similar at Sl.23 per aciv, investing the money for Campbell .J. his sis ei, so be set htmseit nt woik to 1 Uoone .. James Kennedy .f. II Kennedy. stroyed; contents rsaved. Insurance the tribes in Government bonds the in- Grunt couuty. The peointo the antecedents of Le Cont. Bv triublen an C. Vnllandmg- - building, $1,000, ?1,0D) of which wastakeii .Dr. J. T.Scott. terest to be used in lieu of the annual subami careful wa'cbing. he ple thotght that their bad crops and disailigciit search bam. by Congress otHl them eases asong tbe cattle wero caused by ber sidies found out Le Cont' relationship to Madfor Pendleton Col.M. Mullcr. A.l. Hoberfson. out tho day before the fire. II. M Garnet. ame Doyenhard. Tne diir rence iu names and tbv became so wrouiht their maintenance, and the principal llnrrl-o- u J. K. loike. Covington will make an effort to ran, tbe II. Furnl-Ullni.l. was a "suKj'cious eircuinstanc- -. whicb, up tunttbey attempted ber life. into their control in Oullutln . M M. to be ghen II T. Harrctt. Carroll I. Valland- - gamblers out of ton. w hen followed up, disclosed the story of Lo ' the couise of tune. General bhridaii inghum. deserCon 's enlistment and snlsqn-n- t Tiie Steamer Mountain Girl was raised Increase of Sliver. .11. Hambrlek. T. il. Snuvcly. shows that the Ciow liunans lime. Scott tion. Tho brother revealed the story of Le J. - 1.1st. llrnrv and pumped out, and is now on the Cov4,500,000 acres, the Choyennes and ArapaW SIINOTON. N ivembflr, 2S. Tb ro- (Vint to hU sister as au evidono of her 'A. F. Young. Brown John Tweed ; ington ways for ripairs. lov r's deception aud unwoithinens, but he ports neeed a 'he Treasury l?tartmeut hoes l.U'O.OOO ami the Ute 5,100,000, t L. Patterson. A.Hight. .1. winch could be bought by tlie Government was surprised as d nngerd to the j.irl indicatflihat the point where no more silIt. W.KIlicon. .W. Drenner. Small-po- x Ao.m has appeared at Louisville. defending the oung man, and for tills purpose, fcome of these lands are Ilotirbon . W.l. Overly. J. It. Itodgers. ver candle- T N. McCIellan J.M.IIocker, Jr. A fellow calling himsolf Milkman, beat ner intention of innriyms nun in spite of reo hed'and put in circulation has been worth from S5 to S10 an acr1, and could be liiette a ltoe Docker. influx of silver at sold to settlers read.iy at an aer.teot Clark.... .... Hoe Uocker. all sne braid against hi in 'llio liiot'i r .1. M Shenault. II. M.Woodford. Louisville merchants $100 by foe program tnought he woald en.l t o matter tn a verv ti e Tr ftury n sp ctc-- before the first of S1.25 an acre. If the treaties in existence Montgom ) W'altcrbharp. advertising racket. I. S. Hodgcrs. Until Tlie dollars are now being sent decisive way ; so he went 10 tne Navy yard the mith. Jessamine. .1. II. DiCkC'V. between the tribes and the Government inin fiouj the Esctein centers, and tho Frank aud Charles Clark, shanty lioat and rtiortel LeCont ns a deserter, giv.I.e(5 Armstrong. A. J. Whlpps. iigettii', . s for tnem m the more terfere with the execution ot this plan Kenton ing his whereabouts to the commandcounterfeiters, go from Paducah to DeSiwiU'd.Ind. Silas Howe. remote jh 'tit- -. At the present time tho General Sheridan suggests that Congress .. A. Subivau. ant. A file of marines was piotnptly disJ. D, Sullivan. troit for five years a piece. patched after LeCont, who was found and Gu iiBfiit In ts 7.,u00,000 that can not "could easily devise some means of over Gnrrard . J. A. ISurnslde. Sam'l Wnlton. n evening ditliculty." The report conCol. On the 20th a Paducih colored woman of fliatei. niaii this sum u expected to coming this At the openlmrof the arrested. His tual f Mowed. Hewassn-tence- d Sidnev I). Maweli delivered a congratula- IS, was in n dying conditloufroma malady tinues: to one yrat's imprisonment, and to steadily 1nrr as- -. tory a'ddross. which included a hearty welstive tho balance of his ttrm of enlistment. 1 can not airree with General Miles closely resembling rabies. All the?heigh-bor- s iu bis come to tho delcKnte. He cordlully While in confinement nt tne Navy- - nrd, Men Burned to Death. ldOKS legarJiii' ttio Indian Termor), or In his tbTJgjgitnken visiurs upon the immen-- o of ber own race say she is "voudobed'V Doyenhard's laily love visited him daily, of tliolndianfomako or the tohufco trade and the interest IHTiS. Pa-- , November Si List night coundeucoiu the ability In so short a time. All Krowththo business position or Qneinnati for alienating. tho affections of another hi in in spite of the efforts of ber family to prewhich our experience hcrototoro does not warrant vent furthtr acquaintance with in encouraglnjr the organization woman's husband. man so nt abait midnight three men, James Instead of breaking oil the Campbell and Billy Piper, were such confidence, and such opinions should which was now in contemplation. He asA novel wedding ceremony was perthan individual mulch, however, union of Iyiujin a drunken stupor in n nbantv nt It) regarded astho army ruthor processes of sured the delesratcsof tho hearty welcome the The of wh.ch the people of this city accorded them. formed in Calvary Church Louisville, n the deserter his affianced Sabuii. and and The Coinmitteeon Permanent Organization One of the men rose, and in some civilization mut uecessarily in be slow firmmarriage of seemed to have been made more time If then reported, ud John W Finnell was few mornings: ago. It was the Alice manJer k eked o er the lamp. Tho will, no doubt, lie worked out bo girl uec.arim; certain, the Peter, ness nnd lair treatment .ie elected I huirmau, with John A. Tweed, It. Mr. James Frederick and Miss would merry her Adolph at the fiistoppor-tum- t. siiartk' was m ii in flames. Piper escaped, and a steedy pol cy pursued: but tho Hitch nnd Gordon WHgner as Secretaries. Tne Rev. Job Turner, n Tho b'otner maintains that he i ut tte i ther two were burned U death. ultimate result is still some distanco in the General .Kiuiiell delivered quite a lenjrthy both deaf mutes. mate divine of Virgiuia, assisted a local hen a tribe becomes refractory or ncte l for tho bes, but the S'ster vows she McGanor's remains were idaced in a dry future eloquent address in which neiidvocated out box and nt to his home at Winter-btirii- S hns worked itself mto n state of open revolt. aud keeping the tobacco market in Cincinnati, minister perform the ceremony, which was will never forgive him. The influence of Its tcmponir) transfer to tne eontrol of the but in ordcrtodo that he said there must bo Campbell, who is a veteran, will be such social acquaintance as the mother of military for the purpose of discipline, as ccrfnln concessions made, or the mlllious of read aloud in English, but very slowly. tneoung man cm coinmanu is now teins iiuriq by the onnty. hits lecentiy been done with the Cheicunes dollars that aie now in the control The mute divine stoel just to the side of exe.tei in Doenhard'sbebalf.,oobtnin bis and Arapahoes In tho Indian Territory or this city will be spirited away to the officiating minister and facing the beBurned In a Tenement Housi Fire. and tho Apaches In Arizona, will bo other relens, or at best n uuu;:ntioii oi his- senjioints enterprising more each word was pronounced, tence, with a fair piosp ct of success. The found of benefit; but the permanent control tho and for Not York, No ember 2.1. Mary Tcallci, or the lU'baus is not desired by tho army those Falls City,might ns Instance mado trothed. As trased It on a book with his well be Hilar hos created a gret ienl of goss n the preacher interested Indian scouts now in s cial circles, tbe svinpmhy of tlu'lndieV a wHoa, ami her two Iittlednughters were at lame The Fort Clark, Tex- - (mentioned iu aware or now as nt any other time. The finger, and the mute divine gave it expresin tobacco trade was tinder heavy taxes und tho fire my vicnlt) of being wholly on the side of tbe lovers, burued to death iu a tnemeut-hou.- e lust rcpoiti, have not asj ct been brought restrictions from the time the seed sion in the mute language to the contractwhose romantic troubles are piouuunced this'tn rning. Henry Kolml, a Bohemian back to tho Indian Termor) . Sympathy lor unuMiiil ing coupli. In this way the ceremony was wnsplanted uutilit readied the "too u;ce for anything." g tenant, was nnevted. charged with tliem Is cry great, nud the Injustice thoy and many intelligible to-- all, and very impressive, Cincinnati wasfc s ttiK fire to the place in order to secure have undergone for about eighteen ) ears has ruh stations, nnd natural market for preas such should be though novel. Tho bride was dressed in 11 SWOjfiiSHrnuce on ?T."i worth of his etrects. j bf en often referred to without olTcct. They served Another Bulgarian Victory. a people, aud should be provided arraigned in Couit nnd held on a are in good Indian Territory. Committee, on Permanent Organization Tho handsome bine silk costume, and wore nnd T.omiov, Novemboi 20. A dispatch from Heiras Damage to building tor the submitted a report. In substance as follows: carried large boquets of flow ers. rod dated Thursd iy noon ays: "A charge of Tiri" commends tho That till- - Convention orShijipcr and GrowThe ifll'O.OOO. er- h:ill resolve violent cnuuonade is go ng on at Rlavlnyi, into a permanent orrecommendations of the Adjutant-Genera- l The Jessant ne Journal, at Nicholasville, ganization to 'lie known as tho Tobacco where the Bulgarian are strongly to the rank of field chipp rs' Association of tho Ohio Valley, tho has been purchased by James T. Jame.son, iu regaul to piuinot'ons From a Window with Her Babe. preventing the approach of our officer; he calls attention to the necessity of Dbjeet of which shall he to encourage und for a number of years editor of the CalloJerhy City, November 2". turning column from Glinei P iss. The Mrs. Ixniis Steeper, m a fit of temporary concmtiaiing troops near the large cities, foster the Interest ortobacco sh pper- -, to ho way (Mo.) Gazette. . . governed bv sueii rules and regulation as Bulgarian- are advancing from SjiH hi where they can be more economically supTh6 y ma be adopted by sa'd wininsanity, jumpe from a f tbe directbn of Pernik to meet our a well known farmer they can ba more readported, and whence Anorew Carroll, oiiicers shall be a l'rc-- lent. Vice President. Moravia Divii n. wh ch is henv dow with he- - Imbe iu her arms. Tho liit!o ily moved: and says the status ot the naSecretary and Treasurer, to be elected for aud stock trader, ipiite an old mnn, was m ily handicapped, snow nnkmg tiie plains a one to death on the pavement, tional guard should be legulated by a genone veiir Nicholasville a few days ago looking quite In Cincini d the woman icceivd probnblv fatal inswninp. The annual meetinjr hall be eral law of Congre-- 3. The leport concludes nati 011 the second Tuesday held February, sprightly. He died in a few hours after of juries, being dieadfiilly lacratel by strikSofia, November 19. The Bulgarians . Ism-The shall have power to conreturning home of heart disease. He was tepiilsed the Servians n tacks on ing nn Iron railing. "When her bnnbaud as follows. the Incentive Committee' whe occa- quite a remarkable old man, kno n for bis Tlie disc pline throughout the anny is very vene demaud-- . discftvered what had been doiio he endeavami drove tho enemy back eight kilsion I have no leeommemlat.on to nniko Subsequently the Servians ored in cut his throat, but was prevented good. ometers. uxcfpt to increase the number of men in tho rtThc following report was made by the Com- temperate habits and homely wit. ile wit a strong artillery fire from the by the p lice. llcjrulations; Urst 1'OinpHines and to add two moiu eomrxinies mittee 011 Itules and shuil right wing. The Bulj,an.irs stoutly be governed by a brave soldier and a good citizen, and ine That this Convent.on nud tun Majors 10 each regnientof iniaiitr father of qui'e a large family. Df serters. their positions and again rethe usual pnrllauientlary mle.. Srcond A Good Show for the ino- -t hertll) in neide with the remarks of shall lie entieach Tho Seivian force pulsed the tlie W.t,Mil.NGTox. November United (ieii"ia' Sclioileld on are orneed or military Thatto ten county represented Matilda Brooks, a woman thirty-si- x votes rica ro. Third That nrter Michlmporttincfi tled consisted of three battalions leg elation li s views y taken, the can-- d years of age, arrived in Louisville recently, decided iu .1 that iruu-iiiseven ballots shall lme been States Supreme Court them boiUli to no rei.ort: ono of a'tillery, and n squadron of cavaldates haviiu the lowest number of votes from Tell City, Ind.. looking for relatives. here is a giiat need iu tho imi.tary on ry, tbe victory finally belonging to the casi-oappeal from the Superior Court of shall l.o dropped, und so on eacn suceeenuut-balloconferied i 'te- n! under the rowni liulgarians. The latter further repulsed n San Fiiiiicico that neither a police officer She was unablo to iind them, and being until u uomluatinn shall be made. Servian attack on Glintze. takin- - several nor ii private citizen, in his capneitv as ',"." ' " ' ' """" "." v"1,xrr;.."'.."'"V very ill and without money, w as compelled C i. 0H vn. Chairumn. Mr. Anderson's uineudment was to the prisoner. The belti lor of the Bulgarian such ofiicer or citizen, cm lawfully arrest,- j KIVVHnr.,..,".l forc- l- a go to th City Hospital. The other .inti oops was Admirable. Fifty Se r ian in that the Convention simply k tho to supreme importance tt.ut tne iuponsiiiui. wittiotlt awarrnui or timer 01 iiuiii.-irhave arrived here. ny I'llminllrat on and command Heard or Trade to elect a shipper or grower evening she was walking in the corridor, I.e-- . tit in de3erter from the United Mute tbontv.a second Inspector. est luvv, uiid when a young man of nineteen years is lcccaii netif Unit lo the rues for iuijKiitant iriui . Tlie Convent on then proceeded to nomittio it 'l i.me. Bold Swindling in Illinois Divorces. rushed to her and, embracing her, cried: by the call orcouiit.es, iniiltiir serv ee be observed nate the the in California. Great "Mother; yoi?are my mother, and I have uud the follow Inj.' mimes were presented Quincy. III., November 20. New evilike other huts by comjieient authority .1 i. DiH'Mii i.r .bims Ciitv: John a. found youl" The woman indignantly Sjvn I.Um Oiipsro, Ci-- , November 2.1. niter due eons derat on and under all the dences of bold swicdles indivorco cases are or JCIlkins, Johti pushed the yonug man aside and demand- thnt HkIU winch experience can hnn,; to the aid coming to light. County Clerk Hazelwood Oiifoftho most terrible Fred Stncey levisiat on. lteuulatioiis thus established mid H.Wi!ej Campbell: v.iiiHndlirham. ind or ; .mr ntiSirmi I ed an explanati y 01 uis ncuon. -- xjook received a lettr of inquiry from luiTe iver visited this countrv has been sutect to ciainj'o onlj h loniot would n. have suieli a oesrreo of stati.Iity us- to Kv.; 31. II. Lilian, or uaiiaini: juuh-- jKenton, closely at me," replied the young man, Mrs. "Ida Brown, of Massachusetts, to prevailing; for tbe past week. Within Hrownlnyr. military whom a divorce w as granted on March 20 twelve hoes over ten inches of rain fell. become wthe bus toofthe sound time has Ky.; Uotirboii, Ky.: Win. 'and you must recognize in me your son (has. Downing, Mason. Ky.: . J. si stem, hleh up by the Supreme Com t of Adams County AUout-id- e . Ky ; L. W. Giles and dairies who left communication by rail and wiro not c'ted in this louuti Xlchoia-Althouj! nine years ago." And he had There is no such court, and if she is mrr-rie- d wa3 entirely suspended until No tho have unJcroiie ehuiifces Crouch. Owen. Kj. again she is a bigamist. Scoresof let- loxj nMife is reporteil. Thednimj-- e in this u.iuo-- resulat oilsnumber, tho mo: importum. Mr. J as M. Collier was nominated on the hardly completed the words until the t without ters, making s milar inquiries, are coming city and suburbs Is over lOO.OW. iiostious involved In tho coannand and fifth ballot, and a committee consisting of mother did recognize him, nnd then there .ov eminent or the army, which have b en the live members or thcKiccutive Commitin from Eastern States. Tho bogus de' was appointed was the usual happy and pathetic reunion. 1 nnd the source of constant embarrassment many tee and the crees are signed by Judge Bates nnd MSevere Earthquake Shocks. to notiry the Hoard of Trade or the action Nine years ago the son ran away from tne cau-- o or mucli eoutroversv lor Clerk Hicks, both of whom are myths. present luino. the association ioON", November 24. Ssvere shocks of years, rem U.. unsettled ut the the Inchest to orTho following officers of the permanent or- home, and in two years the mother had .no eoiiiuiiinding- Gcueial. tiom A Marriage Licersed by the Legislature. ea: rthOiinkewvre felt iu ftnaiu vestcruav at fleeted: J. N. Duirnii, Hen. what she thought was positive proof of the the lowest, imi know the e.tent or limit of ganization were hak- -. nn slarr II. boy's death by drowning. Instead, he Nonwicn, O., November 10. George L. Veleiyjialaga, Andalusia, and especially at Ins author.L, and no one can have exceut.on n. c.iM.tnrr ana Treasurer. The selec traveled over the "West, and upon, his re- faithful Albnnm. There were also seismic move- b a vote of the , Foley, Probate Judge of this (Muskingum) n:sor tions ,,to made unanimous coast and numerous ofDuiinif iers"last twentv-ttvmerts'on tho some time on an unsuc,-- l turn had been for tne eais the coun convention. Countv was married here to Miss landslips, and it is reported that the bed of through three luomertous j The lollowimr Executive (ommiitec was cessful hunt for his motner. tie is Jonn try Flora Buchanan. Tho IiOgis'ature passed the Mediterranean Sea has risen percept- - crisishas passed win rein theo unsettled fiuest.ons were selected bv the delegates from counties: a special act last spring empowering the My- - 3 or vital importrtnee to tho Nation .nd their Lemuel O. Fitch. Brown County District; L. "Willis, and during his absence his mother Common Pleas Court to issue a marriage . decision for the occasion depended eoMv Kodccrs UlueGrass District: thas. Penremarried, and is again a w idow. license for a Probate Judge, it being District; O.N. Hrowning, upon individual opinions. Another such Miner Crushed to Death. deemed illegal for that officer to issue one cr sis muj not be far distant when such n de- dleton iJIstricl. K. I" Vallandigham, Owen. Frank Pernett, in his twenty-firAkro.v, O., November 2"!. Thos. Reece, cision mi.'tht not he so fortunate for tho coun- District. for his own marriage, and Judge Foley is adjournsl to meet lu ,, eb year, poisoned himself by taking rough-o- n necessity of Tlie association probably the first man in Ohio to take ad- of Coventry Township, aged twenty, try. Hence, while 1 present the army, rats in Covington, because Mrs. Grier-soI also niarv next, when the constitution and by of the vantage of tho law. while at work in Lnkeview coal mine was a considerable increa-suggest us a still greater necessity tnat laws laws of the new orgiin.zatson will be old enough to be his mother, refused erubd to death by falling slate. His bo established by Congress for the "govern for adoption. to marry him. liody was not recovered for three hours. Days' Fa lures. Seven ment and regulation' of the military iorcs, .. New York, November 20. The bus'nss A Minnesota correspondent writer It is proposed by the Christian Church in A man who recently sold his house of a CRABS AND OYSTERS. experienced over a nar- Kentucky to organize a National Theologi- failures occurrinfj throughout the country during the last week number: For tbe New York Gourmands Who Don't Know and furniture in an interior Canadian row district in that State, where the hail- cal Seminarvin this State for the educa- United States 212 and for Canada 2? as town reached Toronto on his way to stones falling reached a size of nine to tion of colored students. The old Henry a Gooil Thing When They See It. nsainst 223 last week and 1T9 the week pi England, when he remembered that he New has been On New Yorkers consider that they know had left SI, 100 in cash in the drawer of 11 inches in circumference. was being College property at be the Castleof the new The increase arises principally in seat like purchased and will open, the interior the Western and Pacific States and Canmore about good things to eat than any a table that he had sold for sixty cents. brokensnow "but surrounded by differ- seminary. The Board of Trustees are J. ada. frozen people in tho world. Tho fact is, thoy He tramped back to his home, found ent riii-- of clear ice, as though they "W. McGarvey, G. AV. Yancy, J. V. HayA Town Destroyed. know less. New York itself produces the purchaser of the table and recov- had, in formation, been suspended maker, G. C. Castleman, John IV. MatI.ovdon, November 20. Dispa'ches re- singularly few of the choicest table deli- ered his money, much to his surprise time in the upper air. and during thews, white; Preston Taylor, II. M. Ayers ceived from Rangoon state that the shells cacies. Xow, much ado is made over and joy. Chicago Herald. this period had passed through the J. C. Graves and W. H. Brown, colored. and other ammunition belonging to Genvarying temperature eoftshell crabs in New York, and the A man named Ware probably fatally shot "The Chinese pheasants introduced clouds of greatly eral Phendergrast's expeditionary force at New York a boy named "White in a quarrel near gourmands gobble np tho into Oregon have increased wonderfulJloslon Budget. MinhlH were accidentally ignited and the Jailed. explosion and conHacration which followed pasteboard things sold as soft crabs and ly. The birds have been o free from a wise man in Missouri savs that Nicholasville. persons, of whom twenty-thre- e Twenty-nin- e destroyed the entire town. think they are delicious. The truth is molestation that they are comparatively .t,..r. bnrnpLs build their nests hirh were named Calloway, left Garrard the flavor is so delicate tame, and it is to be feared that when j Recovered Damage Jrcm Her Physicians. that it is of tho soft crab ;t i be a md winter; but when they County for Texas, tbe other day. at once mined by being put protection of the law i withdrawn build them close to the ground, the New York, November 20. Miss Angeice, the destroyer of all llavors. The the The Supreme Court of the United States lina M. Brown, who sued ber physicians on from them they will not be sufficiently winter will be intensely cold." Then for damages because they had sent her to softshelJ, when no leaves his nativo posted in the wajs of to is the Missouri hornet very different has decided the cases of the State of Kentucky azainst tbe Cincinnati, New Orleans tbe small-po- x hospital in Nov ember, 1879, river, is a fascinating fellow, with a take care of themselves. from all his brethren. When I was a and Texas, and other roads, in favor of under their diagnosis that she was suffercharming saltish taste. Take him tii the hornets got to the closer ing from that disease, when in reality it to New York and keep htm on ice A confectioner in Indianapolis bov the the hotter it was for every- the State,affirmingthe decision ot the court was simply a case of eczema, was this twelve hours and he is the most taste- gives customers the privilege of eating ground, that neighborhood that didn't below. The cases relate to laws by which , morning awarded $300 by Judve Ingraharo thing in in the Superior Court. A motion for a new less thing that can bo imagined. It rethe State taxes railroads, and are regardall the candy they can get away with wear a boiler-plat- e hide. Burdelte. quires as much salt as there was inLot'a at one time in his store for twenty-liv-e trial wfcs denied. ed as important. wife to nuke him eatable. His outsido cents each, and declares that he makes Poultices of tar applied to the soles At a meeting ot the Commissioners or Electric Motor on the Elevatco. is all right;, but his inside is a dismal money on nine out of ten. Indianapois the latest remedy for rheu- the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Assylura a of the feet New York, November 19. The Daft report was adopted exonerating the Medimatism. eltc'ric motor was, last night, tested with failure. But tho connoisseurs of New lis Journal. t York exult over this melancholy a train of cars on tbe Ninth Avenue Elecal Superintendent, Dr. B. C. Cheaanlt, Virginia City, Nev., is experiencAn Augusta (Me.) lady has become from the charges recently brought - agnini vated Railroad. It worked satisfneiorily, shadow of the crap, in happy ignorance and will soon be nut in daily use on the that the soul the sp'.rit, the 30 nesias ing a revival of business. Late pros- locally noted for possessing ahead of him. line. the essence, the spiritual part of pecting has developed some good hair that is mearly five feetlonar. auoi. lodes. crab ia goneto return no more. TbeVo,,I W" dltion Ills Plans for oIvlnfr. the dian Problem LecUlatlon Needed tin? Army. In I.onlsTlIle Leaf Tobacco Market. We quote 1SS4 tobacco as follbws for fulb weight packages: i Diirfcnml t' . j?Ajf i,P Glad to see r.wt Irju Inlrr-J- rl Washington, Nov. JIuic. 13ur'u. ' 18. bmnt a S' n n. Fintt-Tfinds- Chcy-enu- es occ-ipie- N plnctj-Kin- s t, Alex-i'nase- ut '4 w-- 238 v-- . 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On Brawn p-rnl Tlie Results of tlie Preaching of the Docon American trine or The nespoiMMUty or rhysl-c- il rrcc-I.'McI'im So-cie- tj- Streiijrtli to llio AVorltl. The Uev. T.DoV.'itt Talmago, in a recent sermon in Brooklyn Tabernacle, took "Brawn an J Muscle" for his theme, taking tor his text: Ana bamion went Uawii to Timnath. IJudeesxIv.. 1. There are two sides to the character of Samson. The one phase of his life, if followed into particulars, would administer to the grotesque and the mirthful but there is a phase of his character fraught with lessons of solemn and eternal import. To those graver lessons we devote this discourse. This giant, uo doubt, in early life gave evidence of what ho was to be. It is almost always so. Thero were two Napoleonsthe boy Napoleon and the man Napoleon but both alike; two Howards the boy Howard and the man Howard but both alike; two Samsons the boy Sam-so- u and the man Samson but both alike. This giant was, no doubt, the hero of the playground, and nothing could stand before his exhibitions of youthful prowess. At eighteen years of age ho was betrothed to tho daughter of a Philistine, Going down toward Timnath a lion came out upon him. Although this j'oung giant was weaponless, ho seized the monster by the Ions mane and shook him as n lmnrrv- hound shakes ailarch hare, and made its bones crack ami left it hv lhn wnvsiiU under the smltinjjjf his flst and tnTgrinding of his heel. Passing alone. after a while, tho same place, he turned into the thicket to hce the9 remains of the monster he had slain. Under the hot eliminate, all the perisitai le particles of the !!ion had disappeared, and under the rain and tho sun the kcleton had been washed and ached until it was as pure and as white as a vase of porcelain. Into this skeleton the bees had gathered their honey, the sweetness of grass tops, tho juico of the pomegranate, Ihj aroma of tho wild flowers which had stood, in tho gloom of tho thickets, pale nuns in nature's convent. On the wedding Cy Samson had propounded a riddle a riddlo so foolish thtt it has. been regarded as a warning for thso vbui without talent for faceliousncss, attempt it. By tho treachery of his wiifc tho riddle was easily guessed by the Philistines, and Samson, in his indignation, ilew thirty people. Further to avenge tho wrong done him he set on firetOO foxes, and these terrified creatures in their alarm rush into the corn shocks and vineyards until the whole land is ablaze with desolation. Surrounded one day by 3,000 men (this giant picked up a jawbone from the wayside aud mows down armed men, as in tho harvest Held tho grain tumbles under tho swing of the sickle. There ho stands looming up above other men, a mountain of flesh, hU arm bunched with muscle that can lift the gate of a city, taking an attitude defiant of everything. His hair had nover been cut, and it rolled down in seven great plaits over his shoulder, adding to his fierceness and terror. The Philistines, want to conquer him, and, therefore, thoy must find out where tho secret of his strength lays. There is a dissolute woman living in the Valley of Sarek by the namo of Delilah. They appoint her tho agent in tho case. Tho Philistines are secreted in the same building, and then Delilah goes to work and coaxes Samson to tell what is the secret of his strength. "Well," he says, "if you should take seven green withes, such ns thsy fasten wild beasts with, and put them around me 1 should be perfectly powerless." So she binds him with the seven green withes. Then she claps her, hands and says: "They come the Philistines!" and he walks out as though there were no impsdiinenU She coaxes him egain. and tays: "Xow tell me tho secret of this great strength." And he replieth: "If you .should take some ropes that have never been used and tio ms with them, I ehould be just like other men." She ties him with the ropes, ilaps her hands' and shouts: "They come tha Philistines!" He walks out as easily as ho did before not a single obstruction. She coaxes him again, and he says: "Now if you should take theso seven long plaits of hair and by this house-looweave them into a web, I could not get away." So tho house-loois rolled up and the shuttle Hies backward and forward and thelcajj plaits of hair are woven into a web. Then she claps her hands and says: "They come the Philistines." Ho walks out as easily as he did before, dragging a part of the loomnith him. But after awhile she persuades him to tell the truth. He says: "If you should take a razor or bhears and cut off this long hair, I should be powerless and in tho hands of my enemies." Samson sleeps, and that she may not wake him up during the process of shearing, help is called in. You know that the barbers of the East have such a skillful way of manipulating tho head to this very day that of waking up a sleeping man, they will put a man, wide nwalw, sound asleep. I hear the blades of the shears grin ling against each other, and I see the long locks falling off. The shears or razor accomplishes what green withes and new ropes and houso-loacould not do. Suddenly sho clap3 her hinds and says: "The Philistines bo upon thee, Samson?" He rouses up with a struggle, but his strength is all gone. He is in the ban Is of his enemies. I hear the groan of the giant as they take his cyea out. nn.I then I see him taggering onin his blindness, feeling his way as he goes toward Gaza. The prison door is opan, aud tha giant is thrust in. He sits down and puts his hands on tho which, with exhausting horizontal motion, g03 day after day, week after week, month after month work, ork, work J Tho consternation of the world in captivity, his locks shorn, his eyes punctured, grinding corn in Gaza ! . First of all behold in this giant of the text that physical power is not an index of . aboral power. lie was , large man. , The lion found it out and the 3,000 people whom fee slow found it out. Yet ho was the subject of petty revenges and outgianted by low passion. I am far from throwing any discredit upon physical stamina. There are those who seem to have great admiration for delicacy and sicknei3 of constitution. I never could see any glory in weak nerves or sick headache. Whatever effort In our day is made to make the men and women more athletic should hnve the favor of every good citizen as well as of every Christian. Gymnastics may be positively religious. Good people ascribe to a wicked heart what thoy ought to ascribe to a slow liver. Tho body and the soul aro such near neighbors that they often catch each other's diseases. Those who never saw a sick day and who, like Hercules, show tho giant in the cradle, have more to" answer for than thoso who are the subjects of lifetime infirmities. He who can lift twice as much as you can walk twice as far and work twice as long, will have a double account to give in the judgment. How often is it that you do sot And physical energy indicative of .. spiritual power. If a clear head is worth more than one dizzy with perpetual ver-- tigo; if muscles with the play of health in them are worth mora than tho- - drawn up 1b chroaic rheumatism; if an eye quick to catch passing objects is better than ono with vision dim and uncertain, then God will require of us efficiency just in proportion to what he has given us. Physical energy oaght to be a type of moral power. We ought to baits just as good digestion C truth as we have capacity to anslmllate food. Ov spiritual hearing ought to be as food a ourphyslcai hearing; our spiritual iMteeeghttobe as clear at oar tongue. c in body, we ought to be giants in 1 povrvr. But whwre yon find a great . ng fnll-headm m in-te- nd m "jfc rj& mill-crau- k, a-- some-(tfcim- e3 liswi many men who realize tuBhey ought to uao uieir money aright aauso their intelligence howl few men aright, you find aware of m fact that they ought to use theBphysical organism aright. With everythump f ihe heart thero is something saying: "Work! work!" and lest we should complain that we have no tools to work with, God gives us our hands and feet, with every knuckle and with every joint and with every muscle saying to us: "Lay hold and do something!" But how often it B that men with physical strength do not .serve Christ. They are like a ship ni1 ftt11" rigged capable of vast tonnage, ablo to all stress of weather, yet swinging idly at the docks when thesonen ought to be crossing and recrossing tho .great ocean of human suffering and sin "with God's supplies of mercy. How often it is uat physical strength is used in doing positive damage or in luxurious ease, when, with sleeves rolled up and bronzed bosom fearless of the shafts of opposition, it ought to belaying hold with all its might to lift P this sunken wreck of a world. It is a most shameful fact that much of the business of the Church and of the world must be done by those comparatively invalided. Richard Baxter, by reason of hisdiseases, all his days sitting in the door of the tomb, yet writing over a hundred volumes and sending out an influence for good that will endure as long as the "Saints' Everlasting Rest." Edward Payjion, never knowing a well day, yet how he'preached and how ho wrote, helping thousands of dying soulslike himself to swim in a sea of glory. And Robert ilcChayne. a walking skeleton, yet you know what ho did in Dundee, and how he shook Scotland with zeal for Doddridge, advised by hii friends because of his illness not to enter the ministry, yet you know what he did for the "Rise and Progress of Rellgios" J" the Church and in the world. lFilberforce, told by his doctors tha he cvoWmorllvca fortnight, yet at that very time entering upon philanthrope enterprises that demanded the greatest endurance und persistence. Rol'-'r- t Hall, suffering excrucin-tion- s so tharsometinies while preaching ho would hav to stop and rest a little, and then getng up again would preach about Heaver until the glories of the celestial city popped on tho multitude, doing more wopt perhaps than almost any well man in hir day. Oh, how often it is that men vith great physical euduranco are not so great in moral and spiritual stature! While thero aro achievements for those who are bont all their days with sickness, achievements of patience, achievements of prayer, achievments of achievements of Christian endurance, I call upon men of health, men of muscle, men of nerve, men of physical power, to devote themselves to tho Lord. Giants in body, you ought to be giants in soul. Behold also.in this story of my text illustration of the fact of the damago that strength can do if it be misguided. It seems to me that this man of my text spent a great deal of his time in doing evil. To pay a debt which he had lost by the guessing of his riddle, he robs aud kills thirty people. He was not only gigantic in strength, but gigantic iu mischief, and a typo of these men in all ages of the world who, powerful in body or mind or in any faculty of social position and wealth, have used their strength in iniquitous purposes. It is not the small, weak men of tho day who do tho damage. Those small men who go swearing and loafing about your stores and shops and banking houses, befouling tho air with their breath and insulting your floor with their iniquitous saliva, assailing Christ and tho Biblo and tho Church; they do not do tho damago. They have no influence. But it is the giants of the day, tho misguided saints; giants in physical power, or giants in mental acumen, or giants in social position, or giants in wealth who do tho damage; the men with sharp pen that stab religion, or who throw their poison all through our literature; the men who use the power of wealth to sanction iniquity, and bribe justice and make truth and honor bow to their golden scepter. Misguided giants! Look out for them. In the niMJl of the latter part of the last contury tiero wero thousands of men in Paris and Edinburgh ami Loudon who bated God and blasphemed the name of the Almighty. But thoy did but little mischief. They were fiuall men. But there were giants in thoso days. Who can calculate the of a Rousseau going on with a very enthusiasm of iniquity, with fiery imagination seizing upon all the impulsive natures of his day; or David Hume, who employed his lifo as a spider employs his summer in spinning out silken webs to trap the unwary; or Voltaire" marshaling a great host of skeptici and leading them out in the dark land of infidelity; or Gibbon, who showed an uncontrolable grudge against religion in his history of one of the most fascinating periods of the world's existence, the "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," a book in which, with all the splendors of his genius, he magnified the errors of Christian disciples, while with n spareness or voice that never can be forgiven he treated of tho Christian heroes of whom tho world was not worth. Oh, men of stout physical health, men of giant mental stature, men of high social position, men of great strength of any sort', I want you to understand your power, and I want you to know that that power devoted to God will be a crown on earth to you typical of a crown in Heaven. But misguided, bedraggled in sin, administrative of evil, God will thunder against you his in tho day when millionaire and pauper, master and slave, king and subject, shall stand side by side in the judgment," and money bags and judicial ermine and royal robes shall be riven with lightning. Behold how a giant may be slain of a sorceress. Delilah started the train of circumstances that pulled down the temple of Dagon about Samson's ears. And tens of thousands of giants have gone down to death and hell through the same impure fascination. It seams to me that it is high time that pulpit and platform and printing press speak out against tho impurities ef mo Jem society. Fastidiousnes i and prudery say: "Better not speak you will arouse up adverse criticism; you will make worse what you want to make better; better deal in glittering generalities the subject Is too delicate for polita ear But thero comes a voice from Heaven overpowering tho mincing sentimentalities of the day, saying: ."Cry aloud, spare not; lift up thy voi like a trumpet, and show my people their transgrcs ,ions andthehoujnof Jacob their sins." Tho trouble is that when people writo or speak upon this thenie they are apt to cover it up with the grace cf so that the crime is mada attractive instead of repulsive. Lord Byron, in Don Juan, adonis this crime until it smiles liko a May queen. Michelet, the great French writer, covers it up with bewitching rhetoric until it glows like the rising srm, when it ought to be made loathsome as a smnll-po- x hospital. There are influences abroad which, if unresisted by .the pulpit and ths printing pmss, will turn Now- York and Brooklyn into Sodom and Gomorrah, fit only for the storm of fire aid brimitono that whelmed the cities of tho plain. You who are seated in your Christian homes, compassed by moral and rtligiom restraints, do not realize the gulf of iniquity that bounds you on the north and the south and the east and the wet. While f peak there are tens of tho usaods of men and women going over the awful plunge of an impure life: and while I cry to God for mercy upon their ouls, I call upon you to marshal in tho defense of y0r homes, your church and your natiou. There is a banqueting hall that you have never heard described. You know all about &, feast of Ahasuerus, where a thousand lord sat. You know all about Belshaz-ta- r s carousal, where taeblood of the murdered King spurted into th0 faceo of the banqueters. You may kaow of O.e scene of not and wassail when there was set before Esopus one dish ocAod that cost JH0O.OW. Butl speak a diffeicnt full-uu&nou-du- ro God-Philip self-denia- l, , j soul-hav- conde-unatio- belles-letter- s, ten or twenty years ago, was preached ot tho platform and in some of the churches of this country. I charge upon that it has blighted innumerable homes, and that it has sent innumerable is bostinl; it is souls to ruin. worse it is infernal. It has furnished this land with about one thousand divorces annually In ono county in the State of it furnished eleven divorces in one day before dinner. It has roused up elopements, North, South, East and West. You can hardly take up a papsr but you read of an elopement. As far as I can understand tho doctrine of freo loveism it is: That every man ought to havo somebody else's wife, and every wife somebody They do not like else's husband. our Christian organization of society, nnd I wish they would aU elope, the wretches of one sex taking the wretches of the other, morning for the great and start Sahara Desert, until the simoon shall sweep seven feet of sand all over them, nnd not one passing caravan for tho next 000 years bring back one miserable bono of their carcasses. Free loveism! It is the double distilled extract of nux vomica, ratsbane aud adder's tongue. Never until society goos back to tho old Bible and hears its eulogy of purity nnd its anathema o uncleanncss, never until then will this evil be extirpated. Behold also in the giant of the text that great physical power must crumble and expire. The Samson of the text long ago went away. He fought tho lion. He fought the Philistines. He could fight anything But Death was too much for him. Ho may have required a longer aud a broader crave, but the tomb, nevertheless, was his terminus.' Ah, if the giant of the text could not finally succeed iu tho contest against death, wo of lesser fiber and lesser strength, I think, will havo to surrender! AVhat! Do you tell me that the muscle of the arm must be shrunken, that the tongue must be palsied, that the foot must halt in its march, nnd halt forever Yes, if the giant of tho text surrendered, we shall By prudence, surrender. by good habits, by tho enthronement of moral principle, wo may postpone the hour, but come it must, nnd come it will. If, then, wo are to be compelled to go out of this world, where are we to go to? This body and soul must soon part. What shall be the destiny of the former? I know. Dust .to dust. But what shall be the destiny of the latter? Shall it rise iuto tho com-- f whose sins panionship of tho Chriit has slain, or shall it be down among the unbelieving who tried to gain tho world and save their souls, but were swin-- , died out of both? Blessed bo God, we havo a champion. He is so styled in the Bible, a champion who has conquered denth and health and is ready to fight all our battles from the first to the Inst. "Who is this that cometh from Edom, with dyed garments from Borrah, mighty to save?" If we fall in the wake of that champion, death has no power and the gravo no victory. Tho worst man trusting iu him shall have his dying pangs alleviated and his future illumined. In the light of this subject, I want to call your attention to a fact which may not have been rightly considered by five men in this house, nnd that is tha.t wo must be brought into judgment for tho employment cf our physical organism. wo foot, hand, Shoulder, brain, must answer in judgment for the Havo thy uso we have made of them. been used for the elevation of society or its depression? In proportion as our arm is strong and our step elastic will our account at last be intensified. Thousands of sermons aro preached to invalids; I preach this sermon to stout men and healthful women. Wo must givo to God an account for the right use of this physical organism. These invalids havo comparatively little to account for. Pcrlinp3 they could not lift twenty pounds. They could not walk half a mile without sitting down to rest. In preparation of this sub ject I havo said to myself: "How hhall I account to God in judgment for tho use of n body which never know one moment of real sickness, nsiug up in judgment, standing beside the men and women who had only httlo physical energy, and yet consumed that energy in a conllngration of religions enthusiasm?" How will we feel abashed! Oh! men of the strong nrm and stout heart, what use aro you making of your physical forces? Will you bo nblo to stand the test of that day when we must answer for the uo of eVery talent, whether of physical energy or mentnl acumen or spiritual power? Hark, it thunders! That day advances, and I see some one who in this w orld was an invalid, and as hhe stands before the throne of God to answer, she says: "I was sick all my days; I had but very little strength; but I did as well ns I could in being kind to tho3e who were more sick and more suffering." And Christ will say: "Well done, faithful servant." And then thero will come up one who will sav: "I went on crutches all my days. It was very hard for me to get along, and I tried to be patient under all my infirmities, and though I have not many stars in my crown, I rejoice that I have been ablo to do something for Jesus." "Well done, faithful servant," says Jesus, "well done." And then a little child will stand up before the throne, and she will say: "On earth I had a curvature of the spine, and I was very weak, and I was very sick, but I used to go out and gather flowers out of tho wild wood and bring them to my sick mother, and she was comforted when she saw the sweet flowers out of the wild wood. I did not do mu?h, but I did something." And Christ shall say, as he takes her up in his arms and kisses her. "Well done, well done, faithful servant; enter thou into tha joy of thy Lord." What then will be said of us, to whom tho Lord gave physical strength and continuous health? Hark! It thunders again. The judgment! The judgment! I said to an obi Scotch minister, who was one of tho best friends I ever had: "Doctor, did you ever know Robert Pollok, the Scotch poet, who wrote tho "Course of Time?" "Oh, yes," horeplied; "I knew him well. I was his cls3mite." And then tho Doctor went on to tell me how the writing of the "Course of Time" exhausted the health of Robert Pollok, and he expired. Tho fact was that no man could have such a glimpse of tha day for which all other days wero made as Robert Pollok had, and long surviva that gliuipse. In the description of that day he snys, among other things Cjgin tlia won ye woois, and tell It to the frce-lovo-isFrce-loveisIn-dia- xa challices arc chased with fire; Its song Is a song of flro; its walls aro buttresses of fire. Solomon refers to it when he says; "Her guests aro in the depths of hell." Our American communities aro suffering which, fif from the gospel of freo-loveis- A riUSiCAL DUEL. A KaplU Morauient from lV.tcp anrt uiony tu Dlaconl ami Destruction. it. IN SIX I'AKTs?. I. Wp first living he was already a teetotaler, aud going down ith all the diffidence proper h found that to a young incumbent omonist the cariiest callers ho received was the churchwarden of his parish. The pood man came with all the kindliness proper to and the first the race of piece of news ho told him was tills: "Mr. 1 am an old man and you are a 'atl-inyoung one, but as long as I live no one shall never say a word against you, sir, In this parish. Some rascal set a report afloat that you was a teetotaler, and I have just been all round tho parish contradicting it" X 3". Ouscrrcr. ctiun-hwardcn- s s. Mature, said Rev. Mr. Hamels, in his first lecture beforo tho Lowell (Mass.) Institute, tosses her colore about, trom which tho painter can select his examples, and ho has only to go out and view nature in order to get material enough. TI1U MARKETS. LIVE Liioiee liutciiers HOGS Common Good packers SHEEP (,ood to cho.ee F1.0UU Family ry opiites or poison. Only twenty-fiv- e cents. Red Star Cough Cure. the No , PB08AjW the shakiness of the "limbt of jaw tor tne law's delar. iffalo Ezprut. RADWAY'C Forlhecnroof all disorder ot tbe Stomach, Llrfr. Bowels, hltlnfy. lUadder. NfrroulJlsce.)Loi or Appttlte. Heaiache.Costlvenesi, IndlKcftlon. llliloni-nes- s, Fprer. Inflammation of the Koweli. Mm. nd 1 all deranKemcn's of the Internal viscera. or urrly uelfc- etaule. contattfns no mercury, mineral tcrious drags. ascents, per box. Sold by all dregststi, t Mcc. Cincinnati. November 50 21, 1S45. 2 50 .175 V0 it & 4 3 0) & 3 to &a & :i"i ii.", pending Quarrel. "For goodness sake. Mary," asked the young lady's mother at breakfast, "what was tho matter with you and Harry in the parlor last night? ' 1 "Why, mamma? What?" inquired the-daughter, demurely. "Why, you jowtrcd and quarreled for half an hour, like a pair of pickpockets." J "Oh," she replied, temembeiing the cir--1 cunisiances, -- narry wanted me to takoth Ulg cualr aud 1 wanted nun to take it be cause he was company, you know.'' "Well, what did you liiiarrel about?'' "Wo didn't quarrel, mamma; only h insisted that I should take it, and COMPROMISED. How Two True I. chits Avrrtcil an THEY im. Well Timed. editor who does not near a reputation An for bravery, wrote a scatning article in den desperado. nunciation of a Shortly after the paper came out, some one, meeting the editor, said: " Colonel, you'd better be careful what von say about Gi lg3by. He has killed eight or ten men." " Yes. so I understand." "You'd better look out." "I am in no danger, for iuy articla was well timed. ' "How so?" "Grigsby died last night." lrtoiisaio Traveler. well-know- (i KA IN W red '. No. 2 red Ill 4f t'. 47 Com No. 2 mixed o. 2 mixed Oats : t n ... Kje No. 2 HAY Timothy No. I ...12 cu feli.Vl . U&) TUll AC CO Common lanrs. ....S 19 PKOVIslONS im 3 on ta An Important Arreat. The arrest of a suspicious character upon his general appearance, movements or companionship, without waiting until he has traveler, fired a house, or murrobbed is an important funcdered a feiiow-man- , tion of a tne detective. Even more imarrest of a disease which, if portant is not checked, will blight and destroy a hulite- - The frequent couch, loss of appeman tite, general languor or debility, pallid skin and bodily aches and pains, announce the approach pr pulmonary consumption, which is promptly arrested and permanentl vcured "Golden Discov by Dr. err." oia "J" druggists. Bit. IUIIAVAY'8 1MI.I.S are a cure for thlt complaint. They restore streng to the stomach and symptoms of DYSPEPSIA ! , nws M-di- cal enable It to perform Its f unci. cas. The lSrp-idisappear, and with them the liability of the system to cuntract dieae. - Tate, the medlclno c- -j seconding xouirf iirnp. "u vl,-iu KaUe and Troc" respecting dte- .. iu. ... Ohio Creaxnery . AVIM.ES Prone .. POTATOES per Imrro!. . NEW YOtLU. 5Cb catgo CHAIN u heat-N- o. No. 3 rod (oin No. Sunsod n.OEU-Pl- 8te (iood Mediums. 1'ork Me-- s Ijtrd l'r mo steam Hl'TTEU Fancy Dairy. .'.. ..low ... 1 . 12 ft) feio $:J2T 23 :i 15 12 I 50 fi A i u i ri r 15 ; 1 ta i .V) ;--. A desirable brrgain in silks--a pretty girl with a milliou. I.ovtll Citlzm. Patterns of your own selection, and of any size, given with everv number of Demorest s Monthly. Seo Adverti.-emen- t, CO.. So. JItf arren Hlreet, ev "Fale and True" get . Uo sure lo KADWAT'S. lurk, IOT DR. RADWAY'S SarsapariSSian and Western ...3 sr Si 10 25 6 M ii ttlO ft c & 5 e W.tntril to Make Improvement. Along in 1S54 a man who owned some land next to old man Campau's farm didn't have enough, and wanted to buy some of Camp iu, then ninety years old. Tho man talked urgently for a long time, and Cam- IV. Obis mixed I'OUK Mosi .A ItD Western steam jltAIN-WhCttf ti r', 12 '.. It is the man who can't raise the wind who does the most blowing. Merchant Trav tler. Resolvent, constitution, purifies tha Bal'ds op tt.e broVen-dowMood. Tes'orlng health and ilgur. told by druszlsts, SI a bottle. n , -- .. 7J CHICACO Fl.Ol'lt ?lato awl Western No Srwl.. No 2 Ch cagO Spr.n I orn No. 2 Oats No. 2 . . .!1M Tue Voltaic Helt Co., of Marshall, Mich., ;:i offer tosend their celebrated ELEcrno- - Voltaic Belt nnd other Electiuc Appliances CO ft! 2n Yoonjj Jlen, Kent! This. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. For the relief and cure of an PataJ. Congestions and Inflammation. DR. RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Slreel. N. Y. ( Ujo I'OHIv Mess . l.AUD bteanj KAl.TIHUUB. No. 2 . 0 15 it i s s:ws t w it t; if. K'i Ff'l'lt-Iain- ilr G!tIN-Wti- at ( .W . 5 on wouldn't." "How did you settle it finally?" "wen, mamma, we we we compro miseu, aim oouiot us toot it." The mother had been a girl once hcrsel OfcrcKiiit Traveler. A m i NEW RACKET. in M, --X r?z ' xm w i w.7 V ,- &y 5a urn ui'Xod (mis in xcd PllOVtoIuNS Pons Sle3 Iird Uonuel .. rvTl'I.E First qunitty HOGS .... as U .Vi -- &io : ; - matisni.ueuralgia.parajysis.andmanyoth- eraiscusus. uiupiuioifsiuriuiunio neami, vigor.and manhood Eiuranteed. No risk incurred, as 00 days' trill is allowed. Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. Tur right men to iiako bank cashiers of: Thoso who have lost both legs in battle. ToUdo Blade. on trial for SO days, to men (youug or old) afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vitality and all kindred trouHcs. Also forrhou- - T W Wayne, Du Page Co., Illinois, TUJSi3LAJSO: HORSES T HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Percherun Ilonr. valurJ at 3,200,000, Ktiltli Include about 70 Whn . . iCO . IN v 1 of France, thePereheron Stud lloofc ever pubiubed in thai couutrj, PER GEHT OF ALL parity of blood Is th!hhcl In Stud Bock redlcnv Uw oolr uC Wheat No Corn tnlT! Oats-m- ol 2r............S , I tNtilANAPul.JA 6 3 22 ft fc I 4 75 J KsLT EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. white-robe- d, How Grccuhoriw ItSnSio Use of tlie Rack in Kmigtunt Car. "Saw a queer thing coming in the other day on the Fort Wayne Road," said a drummer. "Theio wero several cars of Immigrants alouc, and you know how they do crowd 'cm in. You think Ibis smoking saloon crowded, with twelve of us iu here, and every man pulling at life cigar; but you just out: lit to have seen some of those immigrant cars. They were loaded frontdoor to door, and the air iu 'em was so bad that when tlie door i opened you seo cloinis of it waft over the homes of jM.or innocent, unoffending familcs. I've hemt that tEe farmers along the mute claim the escaping air from those emigiant cars has ruhitji their crops, and they propose to sue t& company for damage, but that may not b) true. You can't believe everything yoo hear while traveling. For Instance "J "Hut the queer thing you were going o tell us about?" i. (if -' -- v '" ... (L illI FKinr r.UAIN-Wii.Hi-No.- A SrwI No -- i.o;i3Villu. t 4ft Corn-i- n Oats POHE-HK-.S in xi- -l LAKD -1 515 ' "" (i v ' ' fc " ' - KVtU OII4H.ir v5jS,W'Cv5 ikA , TRADEyji il v STOCK ON HARD: 3.-&0 Import Mi in m "A" MARK. fmM V I iW uSvSa Imported Stallions OIJ enough for Scrrlce, ssoo jwmgrr. ti Erood "WS5- - 125 COLTS Two years old Mi-ai- nt ' n A PERSONAL CARD. it sfsakBB J.r.i7..j..tdUiBsssp B nm wo...v.t Tret from Opiates, Jlmctlcs and 1'olson. pan listened in silence, finally breaking in With: "I vill tell you what 1 vill.do. 1 vill lease) ou .at land for fifty year; but vhen de fifty ear am up 1 mus' have Im back again, 'cause I make some permanent Improvement on 'im. ' Detroit Free Press. Tlie I'oel and tlia Donkcj. Robert Urovi:ig and his sister walked seven miles in ualy rather than rido on a donkey. If tho donkey was ono of the "Wild West'" combination the Browning heads were level. Or, if the) wero expected both to rido the same donkey at a time, they rigntly divined the sigus of the times. Or, if tho donkey was one of the feeblo kind that you Iiae to lead oae-ha- lf the time and carry the other half, they did right not to lido him. Or, If he was a slow donkey and they had to pay the interest on him hourly in advance, they did tho proper th.ng. Or, if he was a razor-bac- k aud they had to ride him bareback, they were sensible to ride on foot. In fact, there aro half a hundred things about the donkey that we want to know before we givo tho Brownings credit for being any smarter than lots o people who don't know an anapest from a microbe. Brooklyn Luglc Took Off tho Nlzhts. Illntter hi Which Ilatx Deal of Interest. thn I'ubllc Should SAFE. .,v ' ii. I mil lf gj? L ' "Oh, yes, yon know these little racks on the sides of the cars up over the seats. They are for pucels, hats and things. Bit what do you suppose theso emigrants were using them for? Babies, sir, as I live, if there was ono baby hanging up thero in a rack thero were a dozen." C'ifcugo Ucrali. avenue barber invented a preparation to remove grease and paint, and went to a printer to sccuro a proper label for his bottles. He had written about what he wanted, and closed with: "And people who wear clothes will find this an invaluable thins." "Aro there any people who don't wear clothes?" queried the printer. "Oh, I see." replied thn barber, after a little lellection; and he changed it to read: "All people who wear clothos in the daytime." etc. Detroit Free, Press. A Michigan A Keen 1'ncouutcr. Tlie Ungrateful Worhl. Good morning. Ciccley, dear; I was What nn ungrateful world is this! Tho, goiii ; by, and 1 couldn't help dropping kWwas Fogg, the other night. In going leading from the lecture hall, it In to ask you about the new feather trim the stairs was all he could do to prevent himself from ming." "Isn't it lovely?" stepping upon tho ladies' dresses, which "Well, yes, I rather liko it; but I'm trailed two or thtee steps Lchi.id their wearer.-. He kept oft thorn for a tune, but man unhappy moment he stranded on one of the v. trains and went bprawiimj over iialfadozen clnirs. Did the lady exclaim: "Poor fellow, I hope he is not injured!" Not a bit of it. She only gave hau "Mich a look," as tho fair creatures are wuiit to express it, and after remarking: "I really believe he has pulled out every gather In my dress, the clumsy thing." concluded with tho pious sentiment: "Pity he hadn't broken his neck!'' Yes, this is indeed an ungrateful - TVhy dots tho Government pend so much money and rhk so many lives in trying to capture tho counterfeiter! "Suppose ho does counterfeit Government bonds and notes, surely tho Government is ru-- enough to stand any loss his net may confer!" Hut tho individual citizen could ill afford to by put to continual financial loss if such dejieradoes wero let go uuwhipped of justice. It is only tho valuablo thing that is counterfeited; it n only in tho light of purity and virtuo that impurity and Tice can bo known. JCo ono in theso days would counterfeit a Confederate IkjiuI or note. People m ho commit fraud ah ays do it by simulating the highest virtue; by preying on the cleanest reputation, by employing tho fair immo of virtuo with which to give respectability to vice. Let us explain : Seven or eight years ago, ko wo havo been informed many times in public prints, a New York Suite gentleman was pronounced, ns many millions have been pronounced before, incurably sick of an extremodi'-order- . ity suggestions which he believed wero providential, ho was led to the ua of n preparation which had been for soveral years employed by a select few physicians in Now "iork citv "and one or two other prominent places. The result was that ho was cured, he whom doctors without number and of conceded ability said was incurable. Having secured possession the formula, absolutely and irrevocably, he determined to devote a portion of his accumulated wealth to tho manufacture nnd sale of this remedy for tho benefit of tho ninnv who suffer as ho suffered, iu apparent hopelessness. In less than three years, so tremendous beenmo tho demand" for this remedy and so exalted tho reputation, that he was obliged for his purposes to erect a laboratory and warehouse containing four nnd a tmarter acres of flooring and lliled with tho mast approved chemical and manufacturing devices Irobnbly thero never was a remedy that has won such a meritorious name, such extraordinary sulesand has accomplished so much good lor tho race. Unprincipled Parties trhnjJonrM oidy upon the ruins of oUiers, saw in this reputationnnd au opportunity to reap a golden harvest, (not legitimately, not honorably) for which purpo-they havo mode imitations and substitutions of it in every section of the country, nnd many druggists, who can make a larger profit on thoso imitation goods often compromise their honor by upon tho unposted customer. .forcing a Yes undoubtedly tho manufacturers could well afford to ignore such instances of fraud mj far as tho effect upon tiemsehts is concerned, for their remedies havo a constant nnd unremitting sale, but they feci it to bo their duly to warn the public against such and imitations and substitutions, otherwise. Tho individual vbo buys them nnd the public who countenances their sale alone suffer in mind, body nnd estato there- AT DliMaMii SURE. PROMPT. IjE.li.rF. V in IHtCin IILE3 l.tObFLER isnil 25&C0..!lALTI30nr. J1D. - RwrnlHn !! .Hn. rvjx.i:ir ciDle brail lnirlll. "J Vn . ?. . mercer tnat. eo-tirr er wr bird animals mar -rx" tA J aafdto be.lf their peUiprtes are not recorded, they thon'd be aIotd only, a; prade.. I will stocic l.il all irrpcrtrd anlmitl at ETt.1 prices whrn Irannoc furnish .th tbo oM, vcdfcrM reiincd by th orijljai French certi irue of Its number and record In U l'trchercn Stud Booi: ot France. 100-r- r Illua-- t rated 'atalornerent frre Vayne. Ills.. Is 35 miles vw i cu 11 cstcfChicaso.oa the Chicago Jfc iorthWettrn Ry. iEXT333Et-inevnr Coughs, Group Usul;ct CBCIXiD to PATTERNS OP ANY SIZE. Whooping Gougii, UNPARALLELED OFFER! EsV.OREST'8 Illustrated trith Original Steel l'hotogravure Of all tho Magazines. and Oil Pictures. ZTiyrnr-ii'- Jt . THE sT 1pflr 3Ia:ay Tarlor's Oisoli J0 Each copy of Peinerost's Month'y Jliesrine" ceo. tains At oupou Order. cn'ltKctte holier to ibt selection cf any pattern Illustrated In the fuhlcn eeputment la thai number. In asy of the sires miECfMtnrei. fcuNj.-ritxor Purchasers teadiae tht coupon with a ri twe-ce- nt stamp for postage, will recelet by tttura tns'J. eotnple'e rattem,cf tl e s'te acd alsd they cay select, fron the Uifattee cobUIsIds the crdtr. rer rear, including twelre full size, cut patterns, of tlzea and Vlnds selected. Send twenty cents for the current number with Tattem Cioron and you will certainly subscribe for a year and gil ten tines its ralue W.icnalnjrs Dtmorest. Ptb'isher, 17 1 14th St., NswYcrV. Vcl. Sold ONLY TWO DOLLARS cousrrixesPTioixr: Re.T.:dj cf Sweet Gan zid MsHei TheS"ee bumf rem atreeof thf same name rum cct' nrd wuha tr aoade fall the .e . I Jlallclnr tntcf H ?le by SI OOjvt ikjiiIp VAL.Ti;iC .V. TAVLOU, Atlnntn. Gn. Turin r.iiirvrsTo tv all Newsdealers and Postmasters. ftMJ fSL S$ & TIES IS ?p 'f I CARDS. tfe SONS, XXL. H. EC. . specialists lor tiovon years Hast, Hare treated Drotwy and Its cornp'Icatlons with the ' J TREATED FREE . LA77301I CAHD Boston, CO. Slaas.s .JF o non-secr- to-da- y - hills; Anl li'iwllnj bills nnnrn to the dismal vales; An J dismal vales sigh to tha sorrowing broocs; And sorrowing brooks weep to tho wiping stream ; strea-awa'te the gro.mlns And we-plng n doleful winds; Anl doleful winds wall It to the howling Ye heavens, jjreat nro'nway of tho universe, put sackcloth on. And occii'i roJjj thyself In garD of widowhood, an.l Aud gathur all thy waves Into a utter It, Lang, loud.' deep, piercing, dolorous, lm. mense. Tho occasion asks It; nature dies and angels corns to lay her In the grave. n y.-oa- deep Wnat Robirt Pollok saw in poetic vision Tho judgment! tho judgment! youand 1 will see in positive reality. A man in a Chicago restaurant ordered mill: toast at ten cMnts. but added sugir t improve the taste, wh tlie waiter brought him a He protested, was "tired" out, and brougiit suit for damages. The decision was against hira and the re-upfifteen-centcheuc principle established that sugar on toa1 (Jhictgn Mail. is extra. A iuiTim.E wife for an athlete should b dumb bfllf. Jinlury Admcal re; it floor it temlatH it - ith Are; it The authors of some of these fraudulent practices have been prosecuted and sent to prison for their crimes, but thero is another Atolitm:; Dmrr. IyS&CTT class who claim to know the formula of this An old lady lead a paragraph iu one of journal, wo l remedy and oue tlte papers the other day, describing how are told, has piostituteil its high and holy calling so far as to ndvertiso that for twenty-fnnd killed a grindstone burst in a cents it will send all now subscribers ive four men. She happened to remember that n transcript of the Warner formula This was a small grindstone down in her there formula, by the way, must ikj r wonderful-l- v cellar, leaning against the wall, so she went kaleidoscopic nffair, for there is hardly a out and got an accident insurance policy, afraid it will soon be as common as seal- month passes when somopapcris not issued which pretends to givo the only correct and then, summoning er servant, and hold- skin sacques.' that in front oT her face, ing a That would ba a pity. Only think, I formula inform us tbnt thoy Tho if tlie thine exploded her face would not be haven't worn my sealskin since you had would manufacturerswilling that the public bo perfectly injured, had the stone taken out into the yours." should know whnt the true formula of Warpalls of water road, where twenty-fou- r glances, Thero were a few dagger-lik- e ner's safo cure is (nono that have been pubwere thrown over It, and a stick was stuck and that morning call was ended. Hartlished are anything like it), but even if evin the whole bearing a placard marked: ery man, woman nnd child in the United ford Poit. mercy the "Dangerous." She iays it is States were as familiar with this formula ns with their A 11 C's thn could not What It Was Worth. whole house was not blown to pieces by the the remedy. Tho method of manufacthing before this. H'oofZ and Iron. De Bagg What are you doing now, ture is a secret. It is impossible to obtain Brown? tho results that aro wrought by this remedy (Julollns I'uIIy. Brown Xothin at all. I'm out of work if ono does not havo tho perfect skill acTho bullying manner of the German and out of luck. quired only by yenrs of practice for comassimilating tho Mmple elestudents is proverbial, as is also their mania "Yon oucht to go Into book canvassing." pounding anilenter into its composition. ments w Inch duelling. It was at Heidelberg that a anything." "That isn't worth for The learned Dr. Foster, tho honored head "Yes it is; it's worth something.' of Clifton Springs sanitarium, once said "What?" that having roughly analvzed this remedy in. "Trying." PiMadctpitn CM. ho recognized that the elements that compose it wero simple but he attributed tho I 1 A I.Ittlo lIoy"s Idea. secret of its power to tho method of its comnnd this method no one knows "Is it right to tell lies?" asked a Sunday-scho- pounding, manufacturers and no one can except the n class ot small teacher who had acquire it. Our advice to our readers, therefore, can boys. not bo too strongly emphasized. As you "No, sir," responded every one. would prefer virtue to vice, goia to tiross, "Why isn't it right to tell lies?" physical happiness to physical misery, "Co, you git licked for a doin' of it," shun tho imitator nnd refuse thereby to camu from a little fellow with a sore back lend 3'our aid financially to those who seek near the foot of the class. Chlcuyo Ledger. to get, by trading upon another's reputation nnd honesty, a sale for wnres and goods which on their merits are fit only to Additional Ilrutallty. You veriest JL ''You must change your conduct toward be rejected as thopatronize refusepeople can nor such neither afford to vViue, Mr. Bromley. Thl3 neglect is worse can you afford to take their injurious comthan abuse. It has driven me to distrac-- pounds into your svstem. "When you call for Warner's Safe Cure poo that the wraption." and that "I'm sorrv. mv dear. There's nothing per is black trith white Utters imprint of the an wrapper nnd label lenr nn for you to do but to walk back." Philairon stiff, the trade mark, and that a safe is bloicn m the back of Vte Uttle and that a perquiet citizen leaving the cars said to a swag delphia Call. fect lc promissory notehtamp isoverthe cork. gerliig student. Alwaj s Conspicuous. You can't bo imposed on if you observe "Sir, you are crowding me ! Keep back figure iu theso cautions. " So your wife is a conspicuous alittIobit,sir!" Wo have tho highest respect for tho remsociety, eh?" Tho student turned fiercoly and said in J SL Louis edy wo have mentioned and tbo highest you not like it? Well. &ir loud tono: "Do for the manufacturers, and we can not VI. too highly commend their dignified and conI am at your service whenever you please siderate tono in relation to thoso who would "Oh, thank you'." said the traveler, "your, traduce their fair namo nnd ruin the best I offer is very kind, and you may carry my' f interest of the public in such matters. , valise to the hotel for me." Tho student tied amid shouts of Iau?h: ten Heidelberg ZcltiiiiQ. A man isn't of necessity he has no heir. Waterloo Obterver. lVrils of the Campaign. Merciful Fompano goodness, Mrs. " I Don't Want Keller, Bat Cure," George, what does this mean? Half-pais tho exclamation of thousands suffering from catarrh. To all such we say: Catarrh thrive, and hero you are can b6 cured by Dr. Sage's Catarrh RemMr. Fompano My dear, I've been out edy. It has been done in thousands of with the boys cases; why not in yours? Your danger is in delay. Enclose a stamp to World's DisMrs. P. From the appearance of your pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. clo'b 1 should say you had been out with Y., for pamphlet on this disease. 'i tho pigs. Mr. P. (with dignity) llar me out! I 1H An open question Are you going 1 na e been crushing out some campaign me inl Sotten CourUr. slanders. -La Caricature. Let me advise Mrs. P. (with severity) Weak lungs, spitting of blood, consumpGeorgo, to use your feet the next time you, "Yes, indeed. She weighs three hun- tion, and kindred affections, cured without you go out crushing. Your1 hat looks as If pounds, wears her hail physician. Address for treatise, with two e you had butted out the slanders. dred and stamps, World's Dispexsart Mzdicax. AsCnlU cut short, and has a voice that is a cross sociation, Buffalo, N. Y. " a bass violin and a between All Archdeacon htory. Chtcarjo Herald. "Good for several tripi a wrestler. JSowR Archdeacon Watkins told a good story at Citizen. ?oniehnt of rreillcamcnt. Etetcr Hall when the Bishop of London A lady's fourth husband lay at tlie point Eike'sToothachi Drops cut lnl minute, S6o was presiding at the meeting of the Church The ot death, while she hung over him with Glenn's Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies. 25c of England Temperance Society. German Corn Remoter kilts Corns Bunions. Bishop spoke of the time when teetotalisui tender and watchfu. iu "We will was sneeied at and evtn Insulted. ArchOrdinart mortals try to throw off badt, deacon Watkins cald that h was old enough dear," he said, with difficulty. she reDlled, hesitatingly, "bui unprtssions; prlatnr don't Jf. 7. to remember the time to which the Bishop of ! " " Loudon referred; tne days oi scorn lor total I am afraid It may te a little bit einbur!:sUsfyce Whou he was appointed to his j.iasslu. John. "Life. It a coazh disturbs your sleep, take Piso's Cure for Ccnrumpuom aad rest wall. world! Uolw 'iransrrlpt. for. tauttwoQderfulsucce3;nse vegetable remedies, entirely hann.cM Kctnote all symptoms uf dropsy In . For t!e by all Stationers. Newsmen and Fancy eljhttotaentydays. Cure patients pronounced hopeless by the Lest cf . Goods Dealers. Liberal discount to the trade. I pbytlelaas. rum the first dose tur symptoms rapidly disappear. and In today at least of all symptoms are I I rctnovft cry borne may humbn? without knowlnc anything about It. Remembtr. it doe not cot you aaythlnir i a I realize the Km merits of our treatment for yoiirself. la . C.H.M..C.. i. i x om a native of England, and 'while I teas Id thac rHfillw r.f t,.url. far ilnva 'made to dlchare country I con'rartcd a terrible blood poIon. an.l for rulfe rfcular, the urlnarye-B- n ij,ziccp is rcuoretj, me eweuinjr all or wojcarJWsunucrircairaeaiasaa paucni. cea.:yci'UClBCirenztti Increased. and appetliemade Hospital. England, bat was not cured at Nortlng-hapjod. We are constantly curing --asc of Ions stand- - I suffcredtl.cmoetasonlzlnspalnslniny bones, and lag, racs that havo been tapper a number of time. and the pattcit declared unable to !h e a w eclc. (lire wa9 covered with sorca all over mj body and limb. iuu ii:f:ory n case. mne ser, now ions mulcted. finally I cocpletcly lost all hope In that country, and uow inaiy swowenanuwuere, ' "cd leps burst ed and dripped water. tend for free pam- - ,,,,. for America, and was treated at Roosevelt la city, prominent physician lnXew j riuet. rontaiiuiictesiimonia:.: questions, eta York; haVng nocusmectlon with the hospitals. Ton days' treatment furnished free by mall. cured I saw theadventement Swlft'a Specific, and I rents In stamps to pay detcrmlnedioctTltatrlal. of hook s;x ootiiesanai it you orae trial, semi . can gay postage. MUA.s, .11. jja., it2 preat joy that they have cured me en "V- June Avenue, Atlunta, Oa. tirely, lamas sounaanu neixa. I ever wa. iu my 1 Hto FHED I1ALF0HD New York C Ity. June 12, lEbi Treatise on lllood and Skin Diseases mailed free. UtiCAM Co.. Drawer 3, Atlanta. G The Str'rr gpr-nnW Iiabtreet. X. when applied Into the nostrils, will be absorb- These Discs ed. effectually Jtwo-lulrd-s !00S om-uu- ! ....,,. r.iiepyuia)otiuiriy JO onr.nuCATARRH DrLfflfcy,,g' HorW&ZHnihT. Ci 'lit) catarrhal vims, causlsc heal- Sunday-Schoo- saw-mi- ll ! thy secretions. It al- lavs InSammstlon. pro tects the membrane of j the nssal passages from j additional colas, com-- ! Dletelr heals the sores i and restores tmt of taste and smelL NOT a LIQUID cr SNUFF. tS. represent p sMi S8ftiHA y. the WFEVERf SrS SoSV opposite! sides of r asssa CRfauwlW Gar"Asi:p.Q llJI illS j 1 pie-boa- o 1 A few applications lleve.t thorozgktreat1 n - NV HAY-FEV- ER U.SJL I I ment irt'I cure. A particle applied Into each nrtrfl : Is agreeable to ue. Price M cents bv mail or at UruEBls's- - tend for circular. ELY UROTIIKIIS. Drurct. OweKO, N. Y. for Coughs, Colds and Soro Throats, an Alleviator of Consumption, and of great benefit in most cases of Dyspepsia. They are the result of over forty year experience in compounding COUGH n . rgntrx. I Itetall prlra IS eenta per quarter poaad. mi: BALK BY ALL PKALKHS. No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. Ceieuratea Kit anil IWtlDLi; ComMned, can not he sunpeuryany horse. a m-p!ella".tcrtoa"y part of the U.S. (BEWAaEOFIMlTATlOHSJ Capsicum B. H. DOUGLASS &xSONS' Br ;:h Dropn com-pou- ol The B17TEKS' GUIDE la lssnetl Sept. aad March, pages, irach year. S$x 11 Js Inchea.'HTlthOTrr 3,500 Illustration a whole Picture Gallery. GIVES Wholesale Price dlreet to consumers on all poods for family aie. Telia Pronal orsjlrea exact coat ofhow to erery-thln- g order, and you rise, eat, drink, near, or hare fun with. Thcie IXVALTJABLE BOOKS contain Information gleaned from the market! of the world. AVe will mall a copy KRCE to any address upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray expense of mailing. ns hear front yon. Respectfully, 50 "JiiLirai." Jt.iir vsSaU Saddlery. Hardware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to ttid Trade. RrSend for 1'rIce-Lls-t,' J.C. LlQUTUOftr.r.ocheiter.h.y. Plso'a Remedy Tor Catarrh Is ths Beat, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. lt ho itooi Heaidache. Hay Faver, a so cents. 227 ct 320 Vnbah Avenue, Chicago, III. AHOTHEB LIFE SAVED. MONTGOMERY WARD CO. I fcT a piit)T t!MQiaodt of of th , Cincinnati, Ohio, wrltest Cumtnlnps, " Mrs.riarrtet my daughter of attacked with a severe Last winter was cold. We tried several medicines, none of which did her any rood, but she con'inucd to ret worse. We called In a family physician, but he failed to do her anytrood. At this time a friend recommended It.Vl.IH UAIJaHFUHTUC liU.MilR TVeHOtaDottle.andsbebeeantotmprove. and by the nsa of three boitlea was entirely cured." 1K-Wll.- Ut al-; b lis forth wvrt. ktt4 n4 of uadlac ttTC tftaevrcd. lodetd, trocc 1 myUltti fa Itt f3rMT. tditlTrlll fcsrl TWO BOTTLES FXKS, too ttcr with on tt! tfnt4M.tr nyicHfrtr. OlsU-Wt- u &4 i Jrei. DE.T. A. S LOCUM, 181 -ful. 8L, H.T CONSUMPTION rmd br !? ra A. sit issH iETI.AVS,Ofcer psy from Dear rtera II L EJ I Cai tJcommlssIons: expeneucc reliev ed; l'enilons and increase; "0. or no ICC njucur .n.uii. w SUCCess W. AIcCUKMICK k bOX, Clcclimail. Ohio. ii. re-Ka- rd nt a tlms and thon hara tatm ratnrn arala. I maa a radical raro. I har mad tha dluasa of FITS. EWLIrSY or FaU.IXOSICXKE33allfaleos;itudy. Iwarraatmy remedy to car tbs worst tun Boeaus etbtrs Sara failed is no reason for not nw rteelvlnr aeara. Sand at one for a trsatlt and a Prs Botu at my UdiilWa rsmedy. Olra Kipre.a aad Post Offica. It otU Jos nothlus; for atrial, and Iminearayon. ladrtSS Sr. Q. O. HOOT, IM rsarl St., KawTork. Whea I say care I I CURE oo mean FTSr ! sa I An active aoror Womaa in errry "county to sell roods- - SalarrSlaL aar loata aad Eapentes. ErpeoHs in ad- rartirolars) vanre. Canranic: outfit free. Dtandard Silver, ware Co. Boston. Xaas. 31 uro Oi rMl A Ztu ...mr. t twoj-crn- send To1ntrodoratham.wwtll Klti UrrtK.Jlachinea. If you w ant ona nnmAWAYuwMr. Washlnif eratlns your name. onc. Tha National Co., as aeyat..a.x. 1 I. O. and evpres. oaieoai LOVE CO., DTKE-- S COURTSHIP and MARRIAGE. This most wonderful an! handsome book of 60 pares mailed for only 10C Ads.UKfoN PvB.Co..yewatl:,yj. 1 Hill IHUI bruslngpCIDI 1HVI AnVcnaliahaai2aimacU081nf(rai houraoatof rars.Tarnoranjcloth. BBBBBTrasBBBBBBSl tlaafa. fraai m .r rtttroa. s. i RUB MAKER 5? "iV.?-- bald-heade- d be-cau-so aah ''""'MSand fltJ65 sills aT siarrr. awaujsssssssssi Wintt Great EZSHI insuccmenix r.icaoniy si. AWil'u.rri,0!2iI,"P!an. C. UNO. MOITT A. OO.. Womoaayrwiolred. ttata ta. CMiCaC. Easy.slmpla fasclnatins. stamp for I. 23 frauklln attract, Boston, for then. stamps. Send to l'l(IMEi:rrra2en( tuv imnPiini.i) rtr.nF.HT hook for si stamp. TUB 1IOCSEHOLD GAME HOOK for a. TTIB nOUSEHOLD I.O rROI mm BEAKD EUXIK . VpIl CAllCERp JZ??X?J!??2'S..m . HM1. ,.1. " mw Ti .j smith X't on treatment L. PONU.M.U-Auror- a. ia. rauuine. uia. in;. """ s.aav."i. ,- """r -? st ,." MORPIITJfE IIAJBlTal quickly and painlessly OPIUM Trial Conrae cured at home. Frea to nil. HVMAXE KEBIED Y CO.. I.afnyette, Ind. Business linHF STUDY. nUHiaa Forms, Penmanship. Arithmetic Book-keeplD- f. and cured without the. knife. - iroi tlculan. address DBS. FTEIiMA'. Axiom. Ohio. COLLEGE,Bralo,JI.T. ruesv kVnuiv suffering with local weaknesssalfclii nwmsjn es. herown physician. Korpar CBISTiasj hv matU Ctrcnlsra free. - furnished. W rite ValstxTtn A.N. E- E T E LE C R iljp H Y ' - 2Wsiii A .MOXTH. -3 igwff "Z? sos., jacetviiie, 005y.er8ifuSi' msv- 1058 PhUa-adclph- la sixty-nin- boiler-shop.- AU Sorts of The Mirror is nolfatterer. looking-glas- s. ? 1. m ! ?- - et 1 harts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. Would you sweeter tale? make it tell a Magnolia Balm is the charm-er that almost cheats; th) 1' .l ' Ye-es,- Jmvr-no- m 1 "IK. .t 3s , . , . ' ' (I ' . if I' 7"' jA'ftaiB.i 'rsj tf - ,i " ','"' . 3 . 4 V l;J- Vii - . h LaWr ,i S . . 'V 't tW1 tV, vrzvt , . -- , T t0t' f " , 1S A. K t. V li i. nr LOCAL NEWS. Fresh conntrj Lard, at Rogers'. Rogers'. AND ESCAPES. Arson J LSI Pm.tr Charged, Held to On jggggasgg;3Si33C3Pgate: 1 iil I ?l T.tm-- tjn Nie Sausage, nrifl "3. fltattiSOE Adams BWiicit. No. 2, offered at 93c ; bid,94jc thoSOth inst.. tho ir,i,noA.:fcfJU1' Hay. Strictly prime, SH.yO; mixed, Arch' Bopor. in the Lofton Oelebrale Their 50 th Mar . $10.50 ; fancy choice, $13 GO. Axsvren.4 - QOLDM WEDDING, SP.LOinSHARKET. at emct, containing about $100 worth' nagfj Annivorsal'V. T& tue ma a bv tiio' t .. Wed"eslay: Nov. 10, 1883, was r.,.s,n. Jm.i outmarriage anniversary of , ""iV "T? ..' Lye Hominy, at . and Mra- - Alison Adams, and Rogers'. "i. was uuiy '" lue ,l!l W ViwT i to 7 ted by a family reunion, a few ii Iiles 14 Fresh Canned Good?, at rV' h0 h?U vitod guests, ami a splendid din- - to $85.00; 10 hand. hands,"vear, 7 SS0.00 sweep our streets, and lowering clouds threaten snow, the average man, to 1GI 4 to year., Mooers', $150.00 to S170.00. woman or child, bethinks himself or herself, of being re netheCoun Houses Heavy draft, to $105; a memucrea uya large basketful of good driven, SS0.00 to S12J.00 plug', f SS'M Wivl 3m "Kaisl $110.00; POSTAGE KATES. VI c(l to in some vrVv beat Roper out $15 00 to $40 00. the oml things. : of Ins rent for the land. At any. r II oa. Uulcaers and p.ickers paying in iqq-A.im . vw llLIlll.-tLETTER. . ..,! i.ILt? Nllftillll'lllll KM1 11tim ..: .i - v , uii;;, muu.Miiuu.s tanner ot from $3.50 to $3.S0. men in the Leap as Letters are sent to any COVERINGS, being the incendiary- - Henry county, Ky., was united in United States at two cents each ounce; necillllU' IHV l.l-- - 1......1.. ui ..,..:iUIUllV lO !.. "Ult 1'UIIUK HICKMAN MARKET. drop 'letters one cent. Under this head uiiniiiiav.inu.il mull This large and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and acanything wholly or partly written. Mibs I'ntsy, daughter of Jeremiah knowledged to be the greatest assortment and bcst selected stock ever be Cobs. lliokman "buyers arc paring30o and KEwerArERS. and Fran(.es Knight, "C Would hero remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock brought to this market. Never in the history of Hickman, have goods Slicnff Shuck tohljounff To this union have of Virginia, in (ho car, and the'ipnit ition is authorized Newspapers periodical, exclusively in spoken boon born Leap plainly of the suspicion, and eJ ,t .1)illlrc.n . y slllc.y w5fo of of 30 for shelled, sacked and delivered. every conceivable and desirable shape of been oflbred at such low prices, print, mailed by .publishers, one cent a wlvtsed him to go beuire Inquire. iTool Wiison: Frances, wife of Pomr All otfervd roc readily at lie. pound. l.JMU'jaiMI Donaho and demand an unesti-ra-ijoi.j- , BOOKS, ETC. Tyler, (onco Sheriff of this 1 if Boolcs, circulars, and other matter wholtiou for h,s own vindication Ttos j countj); William Henry, deceased: PITY ITEMS. cr-ly ia print, one cent for each two ounces Leap did do. On tho 19th an cs- - r...i:B, r,. - y$t S!Ls . LLI lllOUl. g?rs3?jrfrjLillUUVlJl, U.11.K7U1I..1 or fraction thereof. .. ...,... i. ..i, mm ' i rl.-- n iw A Iiss many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with your figures n nf A Im NEW: TAILOR SHOP. MBaCHANDISE. quires Donaho and Feirell, hat Alice. The giand old couilo are 4 and we'll discount them. No humbug we have the goods, and mean All other matter, merchandise, &c, one instead of a vindication, these! what we say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is.tho members of the Baptist church, IN corner room, HicUman ITou30, only ceat an ounce or fraction thereof. .Magistrates thought the evidence and during their long residence in across the street lrom the rostolncc. catjlated to make tho human family hannv. It is not necessary to add mo?t extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to $20; "tizc A.IIKIHNCR. sufficient to hold him over to an- this county have now, and at all thaWJiese goodb can be purchased lower of us, than elsewhere, as our from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all sizes swer tho charge of arson , before times, enjoyed the hij ;hest conll- Congress meets Monday week. 4Jome ami . rcpfcauon tor ,.?. :i. n and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the i n: liiu Tariff and silver will be tho great ii. ..cm ywciufc vuuii, aim bwu,.,,,.,.. lovft .....I rpanppf nf tlP.?r All persons indebted to tho estate of E. T. handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Miscs, and Children's" his bond at sl.000. After the ..:i,rinra .....i :;., v,. a.i. Gardner, deceased, are reupcrtfnllr rethemes of the session. Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of tiial, and while tho panics wre , '0 this 'nnty quested to come forward and scitle.'at as M Vtes Rre'i Ms clonds coma ?th'r 'ronnj Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the celebeated Douglas Shoe, sold ior taking sunner at Esnusro Dona ISil, and settled upon tho farm early a day as possible All persons holdJL dark'nin op the tV), CblU, put yo' faith ia d nieol lam' S3, every pair guaranteed you can't beat them for 5 or SO. The Bed ho's. Leap managed to make (his upon which he now resides, hav- - ing claims against his estate will also 1XIJ roll 'em anrajr. lImo jre. please present them. nd gomg by GojiSt'udo oehool Hou?e bhoe lor children, irom Ao. 1 to iso. 2; can't be beat j o now has Mas. I!. T. GAltDXKR. Xext week.w shall know tho every pair warranted . Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. l aovl3-t- f :"0i!:. result of tho great English elec- iilia UHll i"" illiui IUUj liu ""n-- ,. tract of 320 acres, an d ono of "coTBi"lalIlc .nwl most vol uable farms best tions, which closed ou tho 2Gth. Our counters are full of Men's, Youth's and rJ... v IIKIIV .fTn.,,, ,a is universally known. i.o... i.a-.- i CI ,.v.-.- . JMV I .,, ....,.-in m lllll. TAILORING. ..f.. the county. Mr. Adams' pa J5ovs' Overcoats, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wraps. Extra quality well connected, and his father is Ifjroenemy uw Ms cnnnla tonguo TIZ3 from South Carolina, Ir. ANDREW IIEPPNBR, a lai'or of 2G Blankets, Quilts and Flannels. Totab voq on Kiiid tnlm nun nf tlo itinfi.t1lOUett. ' rents were In Footwear, don't forget that we are 'm rope'u he'H ling "Jgiodt,Ledawill, bino bje. MoT were of Irish descent, and ho years experience. Sails made to order and straight-forwar- d Tes citizens 5f the and (no sturdy honesty and sati faction guaranteed Cutting and re- inherits Who Madv the Low The big meeting at tho Cum- county, and is otherwiseiionora- integrity of character character- pairing will have special attention. berland Presbyterian church in bly connected. istic of that noblo class of people. --X0XLOOK OUT! Princeton has already resulted in This gooil old couple have been JZoKt Exccllcat. KnoxviHc, blessed in life with material pros200 conversions. J J.Atkins, Chict of l'olice, and I TTOTKI' AND are perity, Tenn , writes: ''My family and a happy, healthy, hon- - HICKMAN a A Meals at Misses Lovio Landrum and ::.' ;"r 'T - fflm:ir. .,.!; W!,nnvm. - vo all hour, at 2i Cents per Meal. Also, MatUe lfose, two charming Hick- - cine, JJr. Kins;s iew discovery ior tun"""'' have " llltCr- - Hoarding and Lodging. novG-lOutlines of TIcavy Boots and Shoes is unexcelled for long wear, We bCdl man i H.io B.imntlo.ir l.avinir found it to beall that Sd ailllCtlOUS rirft.,1 they have borno as well Vou can bny a nice can fii any man, woman or child in Arctio Overshoes or Kubbcrs. We Citv this week, miintnn Uemo- you claim for it. desire to testify to rcc0 iue My fre ds l)Cl.omcs 1)Cop,e of ;mlustrVt for $1.00 per pair. Kid Shoo at Plant's, add,f whom l haVC mcndedlt, prae it at every W""-TTTTEannounce U r friends and the public aeneraltr. wTi:ivp inat mii.;rt integrity and christian chanicters y'V an slock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit (he trade of parties , I Dr. Kind's New Discovery for tonump If fle frifn'd t rr to lf1 von tray Id prom!s o"clilcken ill." - days bo ,liai) Yon cau buy a nice Alexander kid CHovo all styles of Furniture in plain end fancy. Also, a fine linfe ing to buy. "We can . to cure M)U"ii?, voius, 'iay You Vr?p risht Mralfilit lu.irmiJ II? ob ili roal, tion is cunranteed of 'Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and Jevcri af pier than all previous days, and at Plain's, for 35e and 50c per piir. You'll wait Into "town," b.me Lye. fection of Throat. Ohe-- t and Lunga. 1 rial every cloud or misfortune be turnIn Italy they fine Circus own- - Rottles free at Moore & Latidrumt. Druj ed into blessings. To Madison, Plaut is Belling ALL WOOL FLANNEL v c Full yard l era 300 for failing to show to the Store LarSe size $1.00. Jr.. we can extend no better wisli at lGjc per yard. per yard. wide Domes"at $a people what they advertise. This than that ho may live to celebrate tic, (heavy) 5c T Mr. Mat. -- Tho when we say that we can and will sell thatuve know whereof we speak his wOth marriage anniversary, ia a good law. Cant' Finlev Een-- 1 "We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You can rest CYPRESS SHINGLES. Adams. Sr., about o mnos from and that ho may bo sure to then i,ii.(,Bi1i.iisrtni:...i.-;.n.- . vou rubbpr goods a great deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to eell aa tots aa the 'Purchase. 'Kentucky? JlkJmu. was totally any retail Furniture store in a law of this kind for remember the' Courier with a All heart Cypres Shingles, in and lso show vou a much larger line than any otliere carry. on Liiday ot last week, all basketful of good things. Very rcspectfullv, every respect, kept constantly on hand, Capt. W. J. Turner, formerly the household goods, furniture, and ior sale at IocU prices. T. P. WILBURN & CO. II. BUCHANAN. of the Laclede, now of P.iducah, &c, being a total loss. How tho Tho Juvenile conceit, given scptll lias bought property at Brooks- - nQ originated, no one knows,' on Tuesday evening, Nov. 21th, at CS?S.ore rooms in new Odd Fellow building. IS?A11 kinds of Bcpairing done on short nolice, and in a Torknianehip style. Also villo, Fla., and will locate at that thero had been no fire in tho cook- - Caldwell's academy, for the bene- - The Godhaw & Plant and W. L-- Dougwe arc prepared to give special inducements aa place. He bought property from room since very early breakfast, f,t 0f tho Missionary lnnu, was las atioes for Men, ran be found only at Capt. W. S. Jordan, aiso formerly and there was no one about the Miperinten.hd by Miss Lovie Lan- - Piaut'e. AUboU under a guaraatet. AGENTS FOR THE DAYIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. of this county, paying 1,500 for a house at the time of the fire, which drum, and was a ery enjoyable The most beautiful patterns in All Wool ' gj&?3 rT&tj 52 l&Jr Mr. Adams event. The inaugurate VMtfAS fculJM two acre orange orchard. MaM j occurred about 12 M. ot tins IAJ' thr-'' ntj and some hands were out on the movement in TTickmnn is attribu- - Tncrai two and from ply Carpetf,up, loj cents Plaut's. Carpeting The question of holding a farci, aud were getting ready to tau0 to 1ie earnest and praise- - cheapest ever offered in Hickman. "World's Pair in 1S02 to commemo- go a to OK" rate the anniversa- dinner tlie house to talro coiu WOrthy efforts of Miss Landrum left prepared forithem, The little folks acquitted themry of the discovery of America is wiien OYSTERS! tno House on tuev being disenssed, and Chicago and fire, and noticed progressed too selves most creditably, and tne TIIE freshest and by the the flames and performSt. LouiB are vying with each oth- far to save anything. The .house whole airangement complimented. can, or served at any hour, and in any Lit' MB a er to secure it. Congress is to bo and property destroyed were ance was highly way desired, always to le had during the Ml It was their first effort, and they present t.ea)n, at tho petitioned to appropriate a large worth between $2,000 aud $3,000, give promise to do finely in the The pitronaac of ladies solicited, and amount for the put pose. and they held insurance for only future. Largo trees from little special arrangement for their polite atWe learn that Esquire J. $7."0. The family have, the sin- acorns grow, Szi: tention. LACLEDE HOUSE. septll inailoc has decidod to make tho cere sympathy of all. The unforrace for County Judge. He is tunate accident occurred on tiie WiT.T. T. McGbatii an Lillic is Having purchased the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's May Gray were secretly married If!lr!!i!:j!!ie, the one of tho best citizens of tho LMot. two days after their .0th a Magistrate of many riage anniversary, which h.iduoen in Louisville, Nov. II. Tho bride D.ow locatotl in Jdoore - Landrum's druc GMh, trom the estate of tho late E. T. Gardner, i.v; years experience, cautions, pru- - ko happily celebrated, and which at once returned to her father and store. His skill and reliibil.lv has beeno,i.l Lnta lnqlfi.1 liom tiarmfinpn iivtt-a-- ood his nr..mit,e?. dent aud ot good solid judgment, is noticed elsewhere in this paper. it wao kept a . secret until the ,,, aiwxvs .,-,c "We are now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surrountl'-innewspapers got uoi.i 01 j.. aua.r. aud if he runs, the man who beats tne An Oltl Citizen him will probably bo the County hnal A suit for ttio possession of the Rtirll!lntun. tlir country and towns the largest and best Mr. J. M. Norria, an old resident of brido tlipn r.ftino nn vrnft pikI. establiuhe! a reputation as a skillful work- - Nve are enabled to offer to the trade these goods, AT LT11ICES which Judge. i Rome, Ga., says that he had been badly cni-l'irroi.ir tn Rtnr man second to no one in' his line, and hun K0 OTHER houses, that have bought their goods regular, can meet. This year's corn crop is pnt troubled with Kidney Complaint for a ol hv t!i iTlie stock is very complete, and comparatively new, showing ajl the great many years and with Eczema for will, her father and ?ne tor a .if-- 1 hh'S&Hm " Sfi lown by the statisticians at two three vears; at times could scireelv ralk latest designs in artistic and desirable goods. ono ib uui xueura uiu LindniDi'i uiue. million bushels the first full ciop and had tried many remedies without b2n anl f:aUd is alleged against Mc-cf- it 'iParticft wishing to buv Fine or Medium Furniture, will certainly neg- - ever placed on our counters. "Wc have taken great pains in selecting iuce 1SS0. The present is the began taking Llcctnc Litters . tJ unt. he the prouUTCmont of the galo. & their own interests it thev fail to see our stock. Wc not only show our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, wc For ..,. ,, . ,. lanrest ever raised in the United ami anoinutii; Ins hands and feet wita Ve especially invite the ladies to can give extraordinary low bargains. St:ites. thou?Ii nut tile largest ner Bncklen's Arnica Salve. This treatment niai'iiago license, Ul UlO poUWOU A good portable SW MILL, , the mot artistic and latest designs, but we I., power, and in good condition. Al-- o FTUH BMa XU VnifAi. nnioiif M.n ilil afforded him ereat relief and he stronclv tor a ilVircC. ' see our slock of ',, ...V sl C tIVl VI. whosnf-- . MULI25 and Lor Wnpon ; and 7 Yoke of will not be a full crop, and with recommends Electric Bitter to all need a' fer with Kidney Complaints, or The intense race hatred and Oxen, Wagons Chain, Sc , comple'e. For ?i av- - Blood Purifier. Sold by Moore & Landram CLOAKS, Bonie farmers scarcely ot er an prejudice is increasing from day further information, apply to or address, F ,r.HA.. Mv 1. TJtago uan oiuj. JERSEYS, a rr E T.SMITH. to dnv in f!nnndn. mid oneli dnv is aul4-12- t Moscow, Ky. DRESS GOODS, corrsitlerable money. "We can truth fully assert that on a great many arThe drug store of W. F FerThomas Ifogers, a colored bringing the dissolution of the ticles' our price and former prices differ by 50 per cent. We can actually was entered by ?nun. was arrested aud jailed,' Dominion of Canada nearer. It TRnrMiKGs,? ; guson, 3IoscoV", f IFor Rent. EMBROIDERIES, and the late novelties iu sell you goods at wholesale price?, and then have a profit, and that is LACES, burglars Monday night, and rob- - Tuesday, on the charge of steal-- , would seem impossible to much -The splcndcd Ftore room on Clinton morc'inducements than any Furniture Store in "West Tennessee or Iven-tuck- v, , longer continue a government with NECKWEAR. . bed of a considerable amount of ing $10 in money, a pair of occupied by Alexander ic jewelry. There was no money bracelets, and other jewelry, from such a sentiment of rebellion, street, lately goods merchant, is for rent, can oiFer. We propose to make Hickman headquarters for LOW Maxwell, dry All goods as represented. Call and see them. "left in the houso the previous Louis CJur.zeigcr. He will be held hatred and insurrection prevailing on reasonable terms. Applv to Pit ICED FURNITURE. We cordially invite an inspection. stock, to answer at the next term of he as is active there, with the two E. T. GARDNER. evening, and jewelry STEPECEiSTS & jVJIA.SI'WELL. Rogers leading races ready to fly at each amounting to several hundred dol- - Fulton Circuit Court. ' J3, Parties coming in at night for Undertake's Goods, will find lars, was the only thing disturbed, was married in Hickman one day! other's throats on tho slightest Tlifi Burlingame, U locaParties were m Hickman, Wednes- - last weeic, and war passing Uhe provocation, and the various lesser ted pertnanentl in Hickman; and if he J. T. Stephens, or Jas. Darnell, at Montgomery House. S. & M. day morning in hunt ot the bur- - honeymoon on Reelloot lake,Un nationalities ready to fisht tho fixes your watch, is aHvnvs at home to prove'the reliability of his work. writing 110 ar-- ' Tennessee, when Sheriff Shuck government. glars, but at this j found him. Being beyond 'the reeta have been made. of Disinfectants Chloride of 411 ' next. Elder of --The dramatic talent of the l nai?,diflt reach to Kentuekyau-cit- y J. X.On Sunday night will preach Lime, kinds of Iron, Carbolic Acid, Sulphite Hali, of 8 C3! vindicate SDH .A. I. EH I3ST is engaged upon the prepara- - ,onl-v- ; Ksers own acco.id shis in the Baptist Fulton, at early can- Chloride of Soda For pale at church, COWGILL'S Drug Store. character, of his c& pJ Ra.Hiqj njs&h of a musical and dramatic IT. ?(1 10 coie b''lc : t0 ? dle lighting. Also, Elder J. for the benefit of ,s Wright, of Paducah, is expected Don't forget that Salmon's & Haas ' '' to preach at 31, A. 3t. ? the cornet baud. Messrs. J. Hog Cholera remedies are guaranteed to j and Thos. Thomas are in sid, that he broke down an.l ilillet stop the Cholera among hogs and keep JiuW of the music and a niusi.. ssed the thetts charged. to the The Department of State re- thsm from taking it, or money refunded, TO SUCCESSORS commuted linn i,.Murrell ... 1 :..i a ,,. iu , Knpnri. ports that France has receded y wuwowaiJ.uuuaw. the u.u..B are , PATENT J. W. COWGILL, Drugsigj. play, dramatic personal of from its prohibitory decree and & T- - 3?. Harvey Atwood, Dick next term of the Circuit Court. Messrs. permits the importation of AmeriISucItlfiTH Arnicn Jial've. 3Ioore, Tom Dillon, Ed. Hoen, DEALERS IIST serious accident Ha- can pork under certain restricA rather . 1IV X 1L. 113 W.4lt JUL fillt. Ben. Hertweck,and others, whoso ppened on the lake, Wednesday tions. Xo negotiations on the EruitC, onresJ.,f. hilt Jlheum, hever MEDICIKES! Ulcers, and School Supplies. reputation as amateur actors, guar- evening, liy which a Mr. J.(j. subject are pending with Germany, Sores, Tetter. Ciappcd Hands, Chilblains, DKIIOS,MnDICIKES,;BOOKS, STATIONARY, and riutUKiv-s-, uituiililolS Fancy GUUUS, 1U16, antees an enjoyable entertainment. Chandler, of Sharon, Weakley as it is known that no concession Corns, anil all bkm l.ruptions. ami post SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It AGENTS FOR TIIE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. county, Tenn., was shot in the can be obtained at present. The Lexington Stock Farm is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. says that "the Board of Magis arm. Mr. Chandler is one of a Price "o rents pr or money refunded. Congress wil box. Foraaleat MOOIIES LANDRTJMS I Tnn Forty-Nint- h trates of a county is of moro im- party from "Weakley county seek- meet on the 7th of December and JL L. MOORE can be found at Dr. l'Aiut umce, to attenu nignt cans at Moore s portance to the people in a busi- ing pleasure uml recreation ODtho TDILETRTICLES drums. probably hold till next'Junc. Spccista Notice. ness sense than either th Legis- lake, and was out hunting with a lature or Congress," which is Mr. Roberts, from the same counA. All persons indebted to the firm of Ron. MAKKIXD, ice., &c. &c. I sound, practical sense. The Mag- ty. Jloberts was just behind him, On the 2oth in&t., Mr. It. S. Morris and durant & Drewry, will please come forward day, and make settlement. some way, purely acci- Mis3 Fannie Milliner. at an early istrates have the power to fix the when in On the same day, Mr. J. 7. Bockman Office at E Collins' drug store Alexander slocal taxation, to disburse the dental, his gnu was discharged, & Maxwell's old tand. tS?"Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night, Sing night bell after 10 o'clock same, and to govern the expenses tho load taking effect in Mr. and Mis3 SalHe C. Bard. hJ)W TO SAVE IjONEY I30NDURANT& DREWRY. p. M. the county. How would it do Chandler's arm. Chandler was f Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. to have three Commissioners, brought to Hickman Thursday "Wholesale Headquarters for al $'e are grcdes of In .elected as aFnancial Board, rep- morning, and placed under Dr. Nov. Hickman county, Ky., on the ISth of A. resenting different parts of tho Paris' treatment. Dr. Faris, as years,1SS5, Mrs. M nry 18 Jewis, aged 37 Saddlery aijd Harness 10 months and days. mm) ad crass a:?d countv, and do awav with.thoi sisted by Dr. O'Daniel, removed Deceased w?e the daughter of John and and will job to dealers only at Factory several pieces of bone, aud have Ann Eliza Salmon, cumbersome Court of Claims I prces; also the hope that the arm cau be lard county, Jvy.. and was born in Kal Dec. 22, 1847. Sh PLUMMER Pal ton and McCracken are some & FARRISS, saved. S7 1 ,. Z Zf L nUt', ftviJ ill ? , Zffi fi colebra-fowtHvsbp- S White, 37"a37Jc. LIVE STOCK. Cattle. Good steers, ?4.C0 to l to $100; ccalawas. $1.50 to $2.00; milch cows, $20.00 to 555.00; veil cilves $8 00 to $11 00. S-0 Cons. WMWWM csjpsw:?. tv?, f3 "WIIJU trt I II Iw in-in- 1 Boiip. ly Plait - ?T w ."- post-offic- e :..... . A Willi ffffim irlTt!re 4 snrt0 HI IllllllllMII I it ..j .,. in-ior- e it , mrfP iiffli m - i tu ?i," s Si-Ul- .' 6Tr( -- -- -- III-I-- 1M-- . I 1 ! lOPlgJLt ! ZOOo si2 HEADQUARTER! Prices? hlla f,i,l "F"""." ""r; -- -- '- .- m iisvir-sperse- d, . " ".,... tJi-- tt imn-enp- wish-sho- w BMPRA TIC ALL T, & T feafeg18 . 5 first-clns- s i ALEXANDER MAXWELL. t c four-hundredt- h K . bt Oy-de- rs1 If naiiiOvB Si 1 4-0-- -- mar-count- y, Wateh-nnke- r, T- -- I . s. , -- ...!' n , I 1 1- e AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, g Wnlf.h-mn.kn- r. J ot e A. -- l.. - I ,., mm im at I i ui sa, r J. AMBEEG'S SONS. Watch-make- r, J. "W. COWGILL51 H.!th oa' nk1 1P if Las. con-char- ge DRUGS, If El ' trusses .- iroBTUjSTE COMl?A.jSnr. 1 -- HESORIPTIOaSJ'S SPECIA.X.TIT. mi sin GROOEBIES Fresh Meats, F. S. CASE, DEALER the only the Purchase non-paupe- Br i. I counties in that is they pay more into the State treasury than they draw out. Hickman, Ballard, Graves, Marshall and Calloway are pauper counties. What is the cause of these prosperous, counties, being paupers! Here is a bone for the newspaper statesmen of Graves county to gnaw on. Let us know about the economic advantages of big counties over little ones, together with any suggestions as to equalization" of taxes, &c ? Gen. Eosecrans is on the trail r' well-to-d- o and impressive thanksgiving service was held at the Methodist church. Rev. W. G. Hefley delivered a good and impressive serladies -- On yesterday a very solemn of the congregation had decorated the church, and over tho pulpit in beautiful gilt'letters was written, ''Blessed isthn Na tion whose God is the Lord and .. . :j :.. ii.. .ii in mu .mar was a ilarge table well loaned witn the various products of our country, such as corn,po- . j mon to a largo congregation. Tho united with the Missionary Iliptiat church, at Clinton, in 1SS2, and" lived a devoted christian life. She was an amiable, good Jacjcson St , opposite Courier Office woman, aud much loved bv all who knew HICKMAN, . K V. her. A WELL selected stock of Saddles and IIirnes3. New work Millinery BTES. JONES'with bright Bazaar irrair Prompt attention given to made to order. aglow and beautiful Novelties, too numerous to mention Large 3K i-lots arriving almost daily by express- - A cordial invitation is ex'emled to all to of any kind. He has secured the services come and examine her large stock. A special line of Novelties in the way of of that well known and excellent workHats and Bonnets, ready for the coming man, Uncle Cob Farriss, which of itself i3 a guarantee of good and faithful work. week. Mi AmMAmMMm Scotch and Siwrior Scotch Snuff, - - 'he best in the market. "We also keep Delivered to all parts of tho city and oct30 constantly on hand a choice selection burbs. of i FAMILY GltOCERIES, BU" The old, popular and always reliabld Hardwarehotise of E AUIIG CONFECTIONERIES, AND FI1UITS, which vq will sell very low for the cash Please call and see us. , IS t FEJQUA & DeBOW. Family Groceries; AXD ALSOt Has a Bplendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hard ward which are offered at i apr2i of the new his investigation of the fraudulent fn wreates of overffree?aK?ac-issa- e of currency the country is ea uuon tiin likely to learn where tho ficnubli. ' i u, mmoa3 w. fskj!!! ' A crreonbacks k J i.:r ' . e ccitT. with which Dorsey flooded Indian- pecans nnd virion" n"',walnuIf?' na in 1880, and before he doses nni n two-dollar Edward Shepherd, of "Having received from Electric Bitter-"- I I will be in Hickman, Ky., on Dec. 14th let suffering humanity to 17th, with a beautiful stock of had a running sore on I An KikI to Kouo Scrnplii. , LOWER and LOWER. says.-- axtn nil urn t i rfflsr M """ wh&z. L.w.lg"1 ,.i inc. ;n fiMpvprrtbinci.-n- In ' r mm... , i Allkinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. HarrLburg, HI., na cheap as tho cheapest. 1 will not be erally. so much benefit undersold. JOHN WITTiNG. feel it my duty to know ft. Have mv lerr for pizht 1 Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and alljkind of l'ishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar gain, uiutcuca iiuu ouppilU'S geu and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented! All goods guaranteed to have the bone scrad or leg amputated. EETHE'SSALOON. Groceries. die Jones' Millinery store. Come and see "ia unu cull uoics uucKienrt arnica Salve.and my leg is now sound and well." A PJLEASAXX ICESOKT. Ci- - 2octs Lower 1 thai the Lowes workmen employed. hou will give spet H. BOHLCKE, Fulton, Ky I pRESII BEER Electric Bitters are sold at fiftv vnt a 3ar8.ind Tobacco, constantly on lop. of the best brands. bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc. Patronage solicited. per box by Moore & Landrum. nov 14-- tf have no clerk expensss no store ren The best roof for the least money. Experienced and pay cash for all my Groceries, and The attention of builders especially desired as this bereforo can sell as cheap as tho cheap st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN WITTING. P. T. BREVAED J- - - 'b-i""- - it i Hftfed At T rr r... i5ft 'ST , "it - V EeSf3& 53S3 iri i S.H Ki i L r1" MMMMfa JaL. E2sr&3 -C- JI--, Hlfc'.o. m m Has now reftfiivftd his full stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. The stock is immense and complete in all departments. Tfce Goods were bought before the late Big Goods and will be sold at lower prices than can be found at any other house in this section of country.' He has completely outdone s Rise in prices, and they are all ttll former purchases in quality, pricftand style. Recollect tliishouse discounts all adSrlised prices. first-cfas- .jmaujast RB3eSB37333?3BSa9a59B3l 3gn3gQQPg3g ISESSVOts, L k1 -t JM-IO- miLiim.ijm 2fSmm 4t jintheOld World-t- hat betweeuV tele-ra- m How Leo Was Misrepreas nted. From the Padncali Ntm. i:ml Scrvia and Jiulgaria, and that bo A The Labor Strikes. The breach of promise snit at tweeu the British ;u,d tlip Bnrte8tprdrty SSI t V &m y. As an evidence of hof mali- Mayfield, brought by Miss licttie niese, confirms the opinion Tlie labor strikes aro a serious ciously Gov. Leo wa3 nAre pre- Turner against Tom M. Kyan, thatfief bnt nfrnful annomiremeiit strife is the normal condition oif f the sudden death of disturbing element in this coun- sented in thia matter, tlio2ollovr reached i conclusion Saturday SHOE things between the thickly TI103. A. Hendricks at 5 t try, and is perbap.i the most dan- ing from a correspondent tnc mglit. The suit was for $5,000 laivu con SHOP. North TTct corner of Mosco. lines . uiai . 01 ui(ciock Wednesday 0 veiling. The damages and the jury awarded nnxrn jlim; tr 111 a pari ... ..... a. v gerous phase of our society. It Ttammnrn Sim in itWorontisf J and Troj Arenuee, East Hickman, Xj i'irk . utJiiuui u;ir il mil vii tit ..r '' xunierjuugmoiu ior0i,uuu. ,ianlI en(cd when these $"Satirif action guaranteed, rmnico ', lbS ri. iaa5559HNI hasnot yet Teaclied our "conn- hqJuou,,i;o,,,u,u UIie,:ieu u,u u,uno 'Referring to the o verR6t places the costs upon - , April. t fcclinga of Jt' 0gIts began;tlio war in EgfjBfcmuity villi try," or agricultural districts, but spread far and 7W0 Mpartisau (Corner of. Jackson and Kentucky, Streets;) t sorrow. So nmn in the defendant. was not over when that and partisan h gradually .permeating all stum..speake like Senators ll,f K?.8 "e i the most sensa- - quin boan bacU of that wa8 the United btatea, perph ips, enjoj ed American politics precisely as in Rlinnnni n.d Lojrau and jndso tl0,ml s;"ts vfield has had for tihtus South Africa and m"to h,Sher dVSreot,ie rcslectslI,rt THE BARTER GROCERY the old countries. The strikes so ForokcKjasked Gen. Lee what years. lrom the time it was Aivimnistau -; back of that the coufldeuco of Hie American R. J. if. MONTGOMERY, annonr,. Tunis, far in this country have been prin II l li Lilt ".... . pie; and this was fully attested , . - thft MronRon. ed. until it ended a crowd which Vron(,h ,vnI. . , .YJLce9 t0 '9 friends and the public that ,.,.., 11UCU UlC COUIl TOOIIl USteilCUt lOll1ill(m,nt flm ,rnr nnil rhH 0V tUO . WUCIlCVer JUS .. .:...lCol,lIn7 I'w 1.ft I0cm cipally among me miners, railroad-- , be has opened new and freta supply of , ,lis la the evidence adduced in the trial nnd Turkey, the Piedmonteso r name was presented to the people les ,10 a all kinds of Family Groczeies, which ht ers, and laborers m lactones. r"W.,prt,iw,f nnrra ...,i !.; .,,: Jand the arrrmnents made. Jsotlnnjr r m. ,.nVc.c;n . for nonulur apjroval. He was j? f will sell ns Iott as the lowest. He ie , Those who have studied the situa-...o,;., V'r.rnTioroto ,inif., else was to be heard on the streets-,-,.i.',n,w.i. nr ti, iJ,;nn., tho idol of the State of Indiana at all tiroes to exchange Groceries at ., ioolintr tlmt . ..i. ilmn)st irrespective of paity, as cash prices for Butter, Epjc'i Chiek6u,o tion Bay that it is in no sense duo dnng his canvass. He said that Tliorn Wilts Ro imicli "- -, v.ar, V" xius:uan v.p.w-li- me iiorin.iu-uauiii- i any kind of marketing that the faming tipiWjl:4 evidenced by tho hundreds as heretofore w.,,. ,i, . ... ....,-.- . - iiom-- i . to discontent amoujr American )e Avas almost dumb with ainazc- - Judge Campbell, on 1110 l. friends mny bring in. The Mghept oar ..!... wuo aiwuju uencu, genov 2i,uutiv i: India and the OIf...l.-..sworn ponucai oppoi.ein. siaic(i,,was n V,nt l,artisan 'lic0iml . n. Kntt working peo pie, but invariably ket price always paid. milt their party hi th'l! Sfitrn Tfi .! iiu lf nfi.nn., r um nil uiu nmtfi.i in inu u.u uu- - ,,.. . 41,n Ciiimom it tn m . Jtisan ingenuity could so to the c lining to sit, Col. P. D. Yeiser, of fltVti,rr J. M. MONTGOMERT h. ERO. UST OPENED," with new STOCK, out and oat. Fine, etrliah PJOS for hire. stigated and put in motion b lcngtll of misrepresentation and l.;.,k- - l.oro'isi nlininV voto for him. Asa party man, he Patronage Eoliciled. T.KKM3 rcaionable. UO CclllOll tO tllO olntAu "foreigners who have left tbMr falsehood which had characterized t!,is ,cltfI!!ad ctii.t4. was solid, sturdy, determined, and nnitHinnne AO tllitilS) U'lilHIIIWUU w nvu tJVVunflinching, and his name excited own country tho better to vork the description of his campaign. ' ,enc ,9 defend; int was in ing through an entiro gcueratioJ. enthusiasm of the rank and SALE AND LIVERY STABLB - Ue said the beginning of the duced by his attornevs to lilo an The enormous standing armies and tho of their agrarian ideas in this I?epuboct30-l6tho old Deniociacy in each affidavit against tho colonel charg- costlv lleets maintained by the file horseback feature of his meetings lie. It is said that American born and processions was. at the 2atu- - ing incompetency, and for their great powers of Europe ovei and every State of tiie Union & workmg people have gradually ral 3jri,iSCt iu Kockridgo county, pains were fined .l each for con- since tho symptoms of dissolitj alike, and as a gieat jolt.ieal leadKENTUCKY STREET, tempt of court. This act caused tion appeared in lurkey shou er his name will rank with Clay, quit working in mines 3nd facto-- ' on tho 10th of September. When Calhouc. His great fi ! n-Il- "i Webster, constantlj on haad for hbj ! somo of r,. . x ries. nreferrincr other avocations, he arrived there two .. his friends otin iniexcitement and was londly that these powers, though nomr iiduim- :;ihiand KEEPS sale ,. . t . o . I'lii-sn( nr" inn cnociiiint'R i nil iih :i iiii. in. naiiy - ," ' live in pcrpeuiu HOUSES, BUGGIES tad HACKS. Itt villhfipnninnnrnnt: nnoRfinn came to nun anil .saui, mo cavai- - dicat.ng plainly that Vt crowdi by the the aml e'nmny; and at tlii!.l,"cal,c"1 '.r wa8aii8v..red relent-ThoHiring porchaaed tbe stable, korseff what to do with these strikers. and and entire outfit ot W. B. Plumcis r was tho first intfni!ltloi"; ,10 in sympathy at least, were with lnomcut it is feared that the tanfricorruSP0I",K hitter are oftentimes right, and bad of anything of the kind, and Miss lunier. Avery large num- - le1 (ispul0 between Servia anl ,es faults of po it cal wo propose to continue lbs business, nd, solicit patronage' in Southeastern Enrol ,"e.nt8 ; "ecause they knw and wrong. The Sewing- - he asked what was meant, as i,0ller awaited the announcement of j.,, the verdict and cheered the find- - will draw them all into a K. cat an fa.,?C(l the power of Ins bows, did not know of any cavalry in factories ...o nearly t Tins was tho antagonism ot po : ing oudly. As tho court conclu- TTo was ;rnT.mfl,i Stuf!v Jt region ll vejy worked by litical life. In death, whilst Ins b V.Xpiration at midnight, . v.. .. T.l,, v,.w....u t:- -, (I, n,,,o nl1lt,A,;n,. nf . wuwj W. DIESTELBRINK uns, Unn lU muivo vl (1,A ,,nnntM- old nartv lrieims are bowed in J ""ov J ,u",0l",r18 OSdc!M:::d Wiser, grief, tho of his po at a quarter to J2 and then va- Sw York XeuaJealcr. by Hungarians, Italians, aud under the leadership of litical opposers u ill scatter llow- "?" ,,,B",ai- of terli, Chinese. The competition Capt. Davin, formerly ii.it.tT-.i-the m Onco on a time a certain er;j over nis . ..,.,- ., iuriMT was niuuier .. . v .... ..v.. seems to be as much between v..,.,,i. U.I ...., , i,t i.r.rr-."" 'nwmoni, oi : .urB. .... Tiw. r,,,.,,.,,.. ii... ir.iB;-.!infiA coi ffliiu ini uic eimuriiiHi bkh r it. izcu cut next weei: Jiej tho unlf.0 0f Whome or American born labor, as mounted (leiacumeniwnicnturneu reduction of...her daughter and W.ll;M.. " . oir, ne .t. sold his com 'nf cenls beurn-- t. .m.,.i 1... . , ir c Ls....t -P between capital and labor that is out on th OOCUlblon was lumpusLU Ba IiT O space to name all &rflclcx td x . .. tt!if mnrkot nripp. Then nis i.... r .i.:i. trouble to show poods. - of between tnree anu tour nun- to say the labor named has Blipnertv was sold lor taxes because th. Ti.n i..i,-1.;,- . :. ..m ;...... Hndonic and eee, at the corner a( Troi wlanted all other kinds of labor drcd me " ' dWn1 ho Has now in stock all the new of JT ,lho waV quiiu sure Those Gravel ICoad Shotguns and and Moscow ATaane East Iiickrapn. lnipil yR for .:n t... ii.;iiiii-.i- i was nrrested t . ..:.i .....:,.ihe"Seate, ( .... Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, improved Implements, Hunting Coats ..,..-... in these great centers of indus- farmers, auu uu u hi in i'viiimiii iri'i ....l.lw i . Wads, Gun were not a dozen U1U 1II1IU ' ...ill ., Wo aro 110 hunting t. I 1111.111. kill .Innl.l tries. Tho state of facts is lcad- - there lot who had served ill the introduceditnforusod that a bill was &:'.'.) for jion Sunday whole and Helmets, and Hunters Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at : ltl in the KcntuckvRnnato os, that ' ou , bit. of fnvrfil not c uui jii u t.i.s i.,.i.i .i.. uusi- ... ... il' u in;i ing to the organization of socio- - Confederate army. A horse, sad- - some vears ago, by virtue of which had been advertised two week'i !B$ 9j J tion last session, and d.iing Ar- prices that will compete with any other city in the country. Call and A0 'AMILY IMs:iS.yw&KX ties soraowhat after tho fashion of died and bridled, was tendered some fthree. we believe., of these and the nublio had been cautiond thur's administration, aud the examine before buying. sa ixsaaimasM the old Know Nothings, modified. n'ini anl ll0 r0(1e at the head into roads, probably those which were not to negotiate for them. He paid probabilities aro that he wili bo so Hauiiuh. i.. ins uuuhin, usus inn expense to tiie state,. were to a t)ir Insliman.' witn a loot likea continued. If not, poj&ibly. Sen' ... i. . . .. .... T n.. f. (DAVIS OLD STAh'P.) C.I. The Mormons of Salt Lake City oollofTft at r.Pvmrtrin. Kiil ho wna nln...v;i;n.i,'.i...il,li..f ., m.ij DO n: ,.i All kinds of .i UWI iJO.Ui, r,,,,;,-,-- Oil.,1.1.. i are creating an immense sens anon sorry that he eonld not tome out vel roads in the Purchase. Jhit he n.tiil four . MihsRriiitioiiir'" .., ic 1J1 UOIUDJJ.ujji., H bv- what thev call Mormon rctal - tO meet him, but 110 had Stilt him tin's ImII STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ,. mr onK-.-.l .. lionstPr. mifl. ... nnil lind tlin Pilitnr cicml ... ....... ...,w ..w u.B.v-a-. w ation. Under the U. S. law hun- - a saddle. Oen. ljeo saiuit waa like all such, never came to maturi- - an agreement to knock him down HupLiDSTil' Kenturbiati s booss at a eually kept in and rob him if lie ever ordered his The Padueah Sta d.ird wantsor prices. dreds of tfnrmnnn ra beinrr rnK. Possiblo that this Bttddle lad be-- ty. Mayfield Monitor. Asthe Western Kcutuo .y ' The Fall Session will commence rSt'S Y "Cn' For tho lifo of us we CIin not S0 ',a!jer stolMed again, bach life Bociatiou to meet in thatPress and TXNCY CAMJJIS, ecuted for nolvirimv an,l.f1"'01 Robert h. Lee, but V Jul .not oity TSAt why Mr. Seal.- writes articles like without a newspaper. wo know of no place that would them placed m the penitentiary know whether it did or riCKLES When !t10 auove we Uoi,t tKnk ho MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885, rather h.no it meet. Wo think it on this charge. The local officers Gen. Robert E. Leo dieS Custisj wauts to misrepresent anything.! G2JTS CfiA.KEEnniESi HOJJJXZi Their Avnsiei. "rf" ,bUUt ,l". are all Mormons, and last Monday: But the facts are that tho bill that In view of tho possibilities of aLeoliu :18 sool, nftor t!.c j.olidavs And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences Ncal speaks of was prepared general European war, an inquiry as E3 "12J 52 the Mormon police demanded and f"A?..:. possible, to consider matters 01 " "1 investigation of has been made as to tho atreiistliK V.': .. L.-- .. nhtnino.1 n..nct nhmif W. 1'" "Vu mm n c. Ss!gnx CoiTeeSj Soaps, bttsino3s aud publie interest. Ine MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1886, " " xuuawMui matter, and was intro-o- t tiie Z":" r. tho armies of Kisrore. J.USSia, Km,,.,,..., .,.,,. 300 leading gentiles on the ehargo a saddle, and a pair ofr rtdintr uucett tl .1 nrgeu it is claimed, could in three months,, ,.,. nr t,,., a ,,f. Wnstoni ttCon. t"V.'ill not be nndersold. mio ine senate ana .n.,1 Continuing Five Months. Will pny full price for Duttot, Egps, fco of lewd conduct. Some of the gloves. Tho saddle, which had for two or three days by the Sena- after the outbreak of host litics, wast0 but ,IllIo timo a0ekin- - after chanroa are no doubt true, while ueeii preseiwcu iu ' "cio oy tors from the Purchase as its ad umiK o.u study, Tho in English branches, irao.h mio uiu iiuiu; o b t nicetinir of this matics,course of Greek, iucjuding thorough primary workElocution, Penmanship, Mathesome Texan admirers, was of cost vocates and somo ot the best men Germanv, 4ao,btW: France, 820,000; , German, the Natural Sciences, Litiu, others are malicious. The something more kind would be ly material and woi kmansbip, and Music, Drawing and Calisthenics uiigsiry. naiy, ,i,nn .. frni;r. .,n,i , pay thoy want to test the it had been at homo all tho time ho ui me umiu.t iuhiuii ui uiw oiiui; jvuHii Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of etudentt! lor college, &ml young FOR fc as its opponents. Every possible Britain, 80,000. men for busines.. difference in claiming to bo mar- was away. Tho idea of mounted phase of the measure was thor- - 207,000,and At the immediate scene of host-Ii0Itanizcll a9. t havc ,m ried, and not making any such demonstrations, Gen. Lee said, otighly discussed, and was finally ties, Roumania could bring in o 8hould for its objects originating with Capt. Davin, was passed 0!Lits superior merit and the field 102,000 troops; Soma, 73- - Boeitioii claims. of tho I usiness adopted elsewhere, and from that to'this section, and they ',000; Bulgaria 72,000; Greeee, 01,- TUITION: Titim frwri'n wl lm tvoc Timt nf fiiffnT-were the best paying roads in the 000: Eastern Ifoiin elia M.000: i"??.-0..- : ?ll V." '?.," ".. The idea that Bernard Xeale, ent nointsbv friends on horsebaclr por month.. ....................,....... ........ ?3 00 " T. "u n ? Primary Pupils in State, and I Intermediate u of the Mayfield Monitor, wants t and a horse fully accoutred was them then the State's interestsold Montenegro, 21,000, and Turkey f 4 00 could havc been 21,000. These figures do not irontm-kv- . vORt Wo would Advanced " ....... ............ .6 00 go into Tevolution to get rid of always provided for him. Of for a handsome price. It was any elude the reserved troops of all, . iiko f to be hold PAYABLE MOXTlIIiY IX ADVAXCJB. tlm nrPRPnt. nniistitTitinn ic nrnlm. ' Course, JtC rOUC a (llliereill. SaUtllO thing'clse than a "boaster." nations, which would amount to at and every paper should bo repreon each occasion. This was all It had as much genuine merit in least bly a campaign canard. He only tlinrn iros in tlin fnrnlrv tinrortno additional effective sented. "Let tho editors of the it and was as free from tricks of soldiers. wkuts theLegislature to fix upan(1 ; iiis lidiug on his uucle's 1st Superior Court district speak a demogogue as any measure that Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1SS5. 3tn 5J5 41. out on this subject and if thoy that job, and get tho peoplo's as- - saddle." was ever introduced into tho leg- J(li!C CSrect;lrl?e'. Trlnlf favor tho holding of such meeting sent and consent thereto, nolens I'oNlpoued. islature of Kentucky. Wo sugthe proper Bteps will bo takcu for gest that tho way to argno these Lou 1st ill TIm.1 vuicuB, ui ouuiu ulhci uuuurauie holding it at such time as suits the French mid 2tigIfK!x C.m- - questions, is to state facts as thoy A second attempt to try way. Treasurer It. J. Breckin- majority. are, and then urgue tho question and not the motives of the mover ridge was made last evening at The annual report of tho Inter- To St. Louis wants to gonge the Wingo Pur-- Golden Lodge, Knights of Honor. those who caro to stndy the of tho measure. TaUe tbe nal Revenue Commissioner show ineradicable antagonism of races chase. Judge Breckinridge was present, government in the way of an apthat the Government receives the and religions tho feeling produced and had as counsel Dr. Kline and propriation for a big exposition in largest tax on whisky and tobac in Canada by the execution of A Decision of great importance Messrs. George Lambert and V. 1892. Chicago has an eye to such N, .C & SL All objections were lar--; Lon!s David Kiel is at once inter as showing the character of men IL Cornell. co from Illinois, and the next pnwrtftcfn'o -- w. mitt Mr. Cleveland is sending to Utah overruled by 11 o'clock and thot an afiairaiso. fk e ftoo voinii; .urn oiiKKtou Tilt ,-, ; inmu, gt;8t iruui aveuiuu-th(J pr5ncll population of and other places where polygamy trial was about to begin when Mr. anJ01Th 000,000 ; Kentucky, $14,000,000 ; QnPbec ami Montreal, but in evory is rampant has been just rendered Cornell denounced Mr. Ica Jones, Cards 2Jew York, $13,000,000; Ohio, French community, large or small, by Judge Powers, and settles tho who was reading tho bill of charges fr01" ouo end of that vast tcrrito- - question as to the intention of tho as a liar. A lively scene, which $12,000,000. &c. came near endintr m a lurut. toi- ., . . D. G. PARK, ry to tho other, this feeling shows administration to dispose of -lowed. When order was restored a, unmistakably and em- and also as showing that 11rt BepublicansVdl never ? The li&Tt, s piuuican ub it ii;iv " "iuv the government is fully in earnest Dictator Abbott adjourned theiiTTOUKJSX ry 23"ew York again as long as & concerning its character or its and will use a stempr policy than meeting till next Monday evening, n - - KI. miYFIELD . . Blaine or Conkling live. It's a meaning. It is not tiie man l.r heretofore. One Hanson applied Call on nearest Ticket Agent Democratic State anyhow by a nor vet the cause for which for naturalization papers, answer &n;ai w or2c of a JIntI ijoo,.r,,'VclivoI'ractIccHInce5Inrcb,IS7 Or Address WTT.T.nrnclieein all tbe counties of the scratch, and the two Republican ho died, that has thus stirred the ed the usual question as to the in Djrernlinrg Oazettc.l . : iv . j. a..i ?dr. John A. Rajran, OnO OI inCli'irSt JUUICial t . . auu lutycuii Lis:ric, .i his countrymen to the tentions to become a citizen of the W. II. Jo now, chiefs are determined that it shall hearts of Pass. Agt., Ta1Ib, Tex., o very depths. Riel was no great United States, etc., but added that most industrious farmers in Dyer jfa,e Courts ot Acntucky. so remain rather than tho other hero, nor was the short-live- d TV. I. 53 4KI.EI'. reOF ho believed the doctrine of the countv. died at his homo a fnw MANUFACTURERS O. P. & T. An Tenn. shall be benefitted. ago, from a hurt on his hand p bellion he lod of any .great Mormon chuch to be correct, and days FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Hickman. .Pa rp T'VT'Tp s but to tho that as a jnror he should refuse to received under peculiar circnm-Lr- r JX' CVr Lt' Got. Hill, tho Democratic ho represented something punish a man charged with poly- stances. A short timo beforo his p""' Governor of irew York is to en- far deeper aud stronger than any gamy. Judge Powers refused him death a mad do made its anpear- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, personality however fascinating, his papers, saying in closing Ins niicp nn liis Ti!r'n mid liit Iiiq ilnrr tertain Gen. Lee, tho Democratic HICKMAN 3SJAEBLE WORKS sow and horse, the JIIOKMAN; - - - KENTUCKY. than a Governor elect of Virginia, at a ever any political question how- opinion: a'I think thatthe man who having siuco died ofhog and horse urgent. To hydrophobia. "TTTILL attend to nil business fintrusted French-Cadoctrine is so firm believer in HICKMAN, KT. dinner iu liew York city next adian mind this the poor crime is right; that upon ap In running tho mad dog off, he W to their care. that Fcctory. Tr.3ek. OlBce Furniture whom the government has hanged plying tor naturalization uo an- cut his hand with a knife aud that nov8J78 MZ Cm DEfc: for high treason was a relic aud a nounces under oath that he would cut was the cause of his death. s reminder of those long past days as a juror violate his oath and renFinxttio way the The president is begginning DKAttX IV are organizing since the when the lilies of Frauee lluttcred der a verdict of not guilty in a get tired of tho criticism and to from every proof show f C. L. from the criminal casc.when the of Kiel it may nofba long mouth of kaagirj Italia if and Ahzbioan Marbls he is receiving from complain, tho St. Lawrence to tho prisoner to be guilty beyond ATTORNEY Af LAW matil Cauada will be as trouble-ton- banks of the Mississippi and the ed the iug politicians and unfriendly MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAYB a reasonable doubt, is unfitted to journals. A ISew York Collector, Real Estate Agent to England as unhappy Ire- farthest shores of Lake Superior: become a citizen. It would, it 8T0NE3. when a French viceroy held court Goems to mc, bo a jndicial farco to politician was instructing him in land. HICKMAN, KY. at Quebec, and French soldiers bestow tho inestimable gift of the proper manner in which to HAVINOreceiTedafinelotofAme discharge his duties stud manage tS3 Will attend promptly to allb'isl paper announces garrisoned that historic fortress ; citizenship upon such a man. A New Yoek pared to nil all orders. Call and eza affairs of the whole country of ne9 entrusted him in Southwesteri the when French that tab. fire department of Xew and language ideas, habits, tastes Kentucyanl Northwestern Tennessee ur work. were the rule, of A SotTTnEHN contemporary which he is tho chief magistrate. Spe'cial attention given to the investiga Orders from the country promptly York city is to be supplied with which the exceptions were very gives a very good reason for the Mr. Cleveland said iu reply: ' Bay26 tion of Land titles, and the purchase re-alt water. Probably since the fjac8 few and far between : when tho re probablo failure of the Washing know of no paragraph in the con- - sale of Real Estate. X DEAI.EB aiaetion some of the fire off- ligious creed of His tao'st Christian ton scheme to cot money out of stitntion or any clause on the sta- which provides for the icials kava been geting too fresh. Majesty at Versailles was the Confederate conscripts to press tuto books REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A.. A. FA.HIS-PHYSICA- D RDGS, MEDICINES, TAINTS AND amst the ofiico of assistant president of the ercodjpf his loyal and loviiisr sub claims for damages It EESIDEKCE.abon AND SURGEON, 8RTU. wan the big battle with jects iu America: and when no ffovennncnt Tiie conscripts have United States.'7 time would savo a ONESUBDRBAK Rooms, Two Ci and anxiety form of civil or ecclesiastical her- all beeti promoted to high military vast amount of tke Bahnriaas before Slivnitzn esy KENTUCKY terns. Good Well, Spring, Etablee, Orchard m owr, siuco the war. and as gener- to somo of our esteemed contein HICKMAN, on c? Balgaria has asked for an 4lio had ever foundt. louVment ..... rankcolonels, majors aud captains, porarles if they would have that ctnt ...-- ' . rPPRR Kin ProfflRnional SerTices to K:l. ic Apply to "Uk ov" nuiuu. vaiuoucuOVOlion als, GEO. N. HELM, 'JL r'J COUPO UNVEDt Ihocittiens of Hickman and vicinity, jg- - P R ES CR I P T I O 2JS car This looks like an early had consecrated by- remark framed and hungup among anaittist. Hickman, Ky Virgin arc more than willing" to let may 11885-6Mother. iUom of hostilities. the rules of the editorial rooms, gones bo bygones. IBS EI5SMK COVBQS. THAT SADDLE3 The Kayfiald Breach of ICO .SHIT Prom-- ! Wa" a Xo3,:j5:l1 ,:xdiiionjflvjic'B?-iKs:NEWK111 T jiya-.ji..- sai JLiifuas. reached Hickman ,,,or,S ,n:lkl,-- the e J.uv k'uiiL'UilL'lli'U LV W'.U'hW - lliW I N'Ji. S li h. yi I n FRITZ SCIIIlGEDEil, Yice-Prcs- -' popu-jlen- -- i. .. i - 1 - 1 t .- - !e : I ' i- -i Ton-TAnu- d ? ... t ,- 4 -- Im-- ,1 lintn-nm- UaWOl-DO- X ! H10K3IAN, KENTUCKY, & re-- dj or ' nt '. .. 1 .. 'v . ; , - . -- .....--...- u-.- r i 1 i i 4 . ' 1 -- , ' - J W. G. KENGMAN. 35 Eauis Pahkeii, """ ? ..- ".- -i im-- .i 1 ..,, s Pill MkM y oppo-ofteutime- s re-lan- d Freucli-Canadi- -; eiu .......... ,.,. inilnrn-niuroilfinimnronint- ':, i bldj lat-icaval- rv 'H" 1 noble-hearte- d - l I . rr Family Groccriss. i ' l Vice-Preside- nt m , . . . . jES BUOHAIffAKr Breech-Loading i . i-:- .. v i S' . , I I ... 11II11IL--Irli ..-- l. - l L ! j , ' (t' w- ! re.y-jrrr.g- ca . t:.t iril.l. 1 ... ... vp.-h- , - i- mW-num-, v mww ! QstLdlwtl q&qqL ' & nrct-cla- : ' 1 - MINCE-HZAA- T, VVM TroA-nt.f- i " '" "au ".X?'1" i 3DE; S5 !e ? i .. l.,iI.-nrLii.- , 3Ior-mo- Book-Keepin- ns g, , ui-- ii i - S' ce , h-v- in" - , in-L- Z .t t--r NASHYILLS, Ohattanooga - - one-thir- d iktlanta Florida CASE & MILLET, i .iT i c-o- rolessioaal WsSt? W W ; & Jkh I n 9 Mor-nionis- car-iJtscJ- i" FAYORITjE. aS ... HICKMAN KENTUCKY. mui-sel- f. i. . .... -- HEUTWECK, BALTZER & CO., couse-qneuc- o; French-Canadian- -p S n srs half-bree- d French-Canadian- flag-staf- ad-vic- e RANDLE. e Dem-ocrati- c Hickman, Kentucky. THiE OLD BEL5IABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- DE. If . -- -- N DYM-STUF- FS, M a4 -- -- 83 y tZZcSm L2 I 3. - -- 3?j l , t"l '5 ! Iff" -- -" a . '; . 5 r '. ', T " 1 - f j 3v ,.. f.y v ViJz&iK - v - f