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BWVELOPE8, LETTEK-HBAD- 1 SILL-KEAD3. 1 Mel"" inr OEOROE WARREN, Editor PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. AjSt ESTABLISHED RIOTOUS MINERS. 1859. Th IZogUsli JlSL-- . 11 rJ?lio Oldest rs'cvsiP 3iii WeMtfji-- IventiicIcS'. ftj - 4. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KEWCKY, ERlfiY. DEC'EMBEfV 4, u m T'f t s- - . ETC., 1 OJk3CXi jum Eia MKS Ul insane physician. FOREIGN NEWS. Oue ..j?'-- r ..- Witr- - rr-f-- H AXumlier of them ILtdtt iseaten Hundred Arrested. " dangerous Drug. FrrrsnriMm, Novenilier ;; The trouble - i . which was anticipated at the mines Kiperinicntlnsr Vfilli Cocnalne on Ills l'am-Jl- y last night, took place this morning at Jordan S. Neil's coal mint in the fourth pool. The l.lics of A"lfe and JCIiII- The strikers w bo arrived at the pool last .dreritW'rt'ckedJI anil llliusclf night on the steamboat Stella stationed JIopelcslyCraxy. , themselves alout two bundled strong near tho mines this morning, and as the arose in a . Dr. workmen npjienred Xuicugo,.no. ember thc Charlcs"D. Bradley, physician body and demanded that the workman return to their homos at rife. Those who of this city, wnsplaced in confinement refused to obey were i'uj,iil treated. Neil hopelessly insane and a physical had 100 men at work lust night. When they attempted to return to work they wreclr, owing to his immoderate use of and his wife and five children were were driven back with sticks and stones. men ere badly hurt, sent to hospitals disfigured for lifcnud com- Quite a number of Robertw McCliue. of the fatallv. pletely broken down m health by reason but none Coal Police, with six special offiIron and of tto experiments vto iviiich they were cers were on baud, ami made an effort to fubiwrtod b the rfnctnr On PnMT- check the strikers . but not w lshiuz to pre- Dr. Bradley was taken liefore Judge ctpitate a fatal riot by using their vers, thej retreated to await reinforce-ITi- e to lie tried .for insniiit) evidence ihows;d that he'w as u fanatics ments. Iho strikers, now are in on the subieet of fsroonir:t fti rlnim ivnc f of the mine, mid have sent for more of their number to boon hand this eveninc. I "that he could iniect thebvdrocnloniteTvith tin. and tbujJoJi without -in - Sheriff Chauiben of Washington Coant, ..r!r".iV,i KllLSlfUlO Ol lfc, rcltlgETJiVneeXiin?Tietsrci?tBe neuilorcua WWWrtwn IrnianAiiMii-wittt ith miiea'anxiety. 'The wttliorrt fjiiicbing, Sonm fsWes is" 'awaited people in the region about tbe mine are Tie illiectcd into 'the wrist, nt d Bis. childv and then with terribly excited. knife cot out the flesh, tho little Later. Sheriff Chambers, it is reported, one apparently suffering no pain. He has arrested about one hundred of tho used .tho drug promiscuously in the strikers. He has telegraphed to AVnshing family, and became himself a slave to ton, Pa., for more officers, in anticipation A iKmt Iiad it, until in a little time Ins practice fell of a serious riot away, and hk family was reduced to want. of iirovisions has sent to the strikers Under the influence of tlm stuff liiwliiimoH o their triends it i cinimei mat one he was the discoverer, that it would revo- - i thousand strikers will be at tho pool before Altogether, the situation to lutionizemcdicine.and that the world would daybreak recognize lniu a as liefactor. whoe name iiizht threatens disastrously for wourdgo down to the ages The victim grew The woikmen at Neel's mines, are hea il "rerv exited in, tho Courtroom when he armed, ami determined to"defend them realized his situ.ttion.In an agony of despair, selves if attacked. y running up to the Court, and placing his hand, on tbe Judge's shoulder he cried: "You kill "WHIRLED TO DEATH. as sure as there is b God in Heaven! I askvou as a man, Judga'prendegast, to try the cocoaine, and ' IIorrilIe.coId-ii- t loan Kinplc:it ('li.irle if lam wrong then do with me as yon ,Iuco!,' will.'! ,,Dr. Bradley commenced tha uso of Ci inn.vti. November 27. Win Oruber. cocoaine la.t May, but the drug soon ' employed at a sained such complete control of him that aged forty-fivhe neglected his practice and mortgaged Jacobs' on Harriot ami Budd II(he.Jpo,ssessed, even his horse and buggy, streets, met with a horrible death about to pursue his fnvorite studv His this morning. At that time he, with a wife, an iiuulid. and his "children ' quantity of hemp, which he had been using g mined in health, their condition was tied about his waist, quit work to go out in the eitrcme As an experiment the victim was M?iit to the Washington for morning lunch In walking bv the en uiome, hut it is believed be will prove to bo gme. which was running at a high rate of hopelessly insane. Three of tho childivn speed, the unfortnnate man passed so close were sent to St- - Vincent's Hospital, and that hemp the some of about hiswife and the remaining two to St. his w aist was caught by the driving shaft Joseph. It in oons'dr red doubtful whether In an instant GnuW was drawn, on to tho nny of them will ever recover their normal shaft and whit led about by the great flycondition. wheel. The machinery was stopped as soon as possible, but whentheunfortunate man was extricated his skull and both arms ; , ON THE. CATAFALQUE. w ere found to have been fractured and his body was horribly mutilated, causing death ThcJIody irtlielkeut "ircIresiilrnt almost instantly Gruber had Wen em In slate at tlic k for nearly tweiitj ployed at the five years. Theliodj. after IxjtiiirouslM. November 29. Tho by the Coroner, w.is'reuioved being viewed to the home family and 8 few l friends joined in of the widow, in Wet Covington. Ky., by devotional the remains of , Lompa .o. 4. tho dead ViceiFn-sulen- t at It) o'clock this tatroi morning, and ahalf hour later they were re-- j DOWN TO DEATH. ,moved.iurbnrgo aft he committeesand local " If military, to ihecourt-hoiise- , where they will lie in state till tomorrow eveumgntSo'clock. , I'nnr Mtn fall l.'ill 1'eet Down :t sh.ift at TVstcheter Comity, X. W and aro Tliej- njwu the catafalque at ' Instantly Killed? noon and thousands of oIe have viewed themduiing the afwrnoon. Tho arrange- Nrw York. November 2s. A terrible e nients at the are on the most cident occured early this morning at a elaborate scale, the draping lieing in place called Merritt's Cornerin taste and without reference to ter County, near the line of tie New York o.st. heavily ilrajted in black nnd over it is erected a canopv of the City andNortheniKailroad. While a number same materiaL'the loops being fastened w ith of workmen were descending shaft at the newacqueduct works theguatilslidecaught m bite roettes. With the eTcejition of a short fiom the op. throwing pas?age-way- s on cither side, the apof tSe car. named proaches to the oitflfahjuear'" covered with out one of the struck profusion of tropical plant;, and ever- John Edward. In his fail greens. At each corner is a broken column against a bucket which was coining up the made of srailax, carnations, tulR- - i uait, aiso containing several worKinen on,1, the concussion threw .lames Burke. On ttikiv, nul lilio ,f 4t, two columns at too head of the Michael Doyle and an Italian, name un- known, from the ascending car, and thev, casket is a white dove with wings outstretched and in its lieak the olive with Edwards, fell to the bottom of the branch of peace. The two columns at tho shaft, a distance of l.vi feet. .Edwards. "foot arc surmounted b sheaves of grain. Burke and Doyle were instantly killed, and .Among the floral designs the offering of tho Italian sustained injiirie's that will the Irish citizens is th most suggestive. It prove fatal. All the killed leave families. consist--a iviiclo made of shamrock leaves 'and green immortelles, and within SHOWERS OF STARS. this is a half w reath of ivy leaves, w ith the wordsr 'Ireland iuoums'u .fiarlcss advot as Bejow this A Brilliant Spectacle in the Ilrar-cate' in white immortelleeen at jracu', X. Y. and restipg on a s.jlk jiaiud is a harp made of "evergreens Vnd TliTs design is Straccse. N. Y., November 2?. Dr S. R placed nt tbe head of tho casket, between ' Calthrop, the astronomer, was on the look-- ! the broken column- - supporting the wliito out last night for a shower of stars condoves. Another design is a basket of flownected with the Biela comet, which it was ers whith a Imnler of evergivens nnd cen tcr of white chrysanthemunis. In the cen- calculated would illumine the heavens be ter nnd niadc of purple immortelles, arc tvveen and 9 o clock. At 7 o'clock the words, "lree at last," tho d mg ex-- j as tho radiant point was near the the burst shower pression ol ,iug. t into ihe de- zenith, signs arc all tHstefulh' arrangetl and the view, stars dropping downward iiJ the eifeeti- - verv ideasing. The face of the north and east to the nnmlier of 12ft, At 0 dead is a Httfe bloated, but only the closest I o'clock there was another shower in which could ttdetet't it. Otheiwiso it is vr. Lalthroiiounteti,w Ftars. ihe snec- tacle was a very brilliant one. Ithas great nauirqi. A ' astromical value on account or its connec.i tion with tho comefand the promntness of G THE SERVICE its appearance. Tho shower was first ob-I on November 27, 1ST Aa KucouragitiK Keport. from ,a" 'Mont served .. . t. : urpunmcni. j SEVERED IN TWO Wasiungtox. November 29. Tho annual t report; 'of Superintendent of lA Fearfnl Accident ICesulting from a src tlonOIan's lllunder. tne Service shows that at - fljefclosoVof Beloit, Kas., November 27. A serious the last fiscal jear tho establishment embraced 203 stations, accident occurred Wednesday night at 157loingon thifAlhihtie, thirty-eigon Lindsev, on the Solomon railroad. A rail the lakesj seven on the Pacific and one j had been removed from the main track, at the falls of the Ohio. Louisville, and a wild train came -thnuderiiig miles' an sKy The number i of disasters to docu- - along at about thirty-fiv- e section-mathrew the meuted vessels within the field of station hour. Tho open, sending the train into . ioperitions dminj;tho year was 25G, There i switch freight-car- s " standing on tho sidewere on Imanl these vessels 2,SO "persons, a lot of of whom S,19( were saved. The estimated I track, smashing the engine and cars into splinters. J. M. Smyser. owner of the ele value of the vessels involved in these, disasters was ?y,319i0., and that of thcrcar-p.x-- s vator at Lindsev, was caught, between two freight-car-s ami his liody severed in two. $1.0SI.KjC. liiaking tho total value inijerilod 4,(m,45.'. Of this ' the upper portion mmg up mto the air nsnouDt $:t,:tV2,7iiO was saved. The number ' and the lower beneath the cars. , His team 7 or vessels totally lost was fiftv-siThe was nlso badlv used up. and the horses- had I T'taHoA of lifo-'- ithin the scope of the ser- - , to be killed. The section Ikss was at once ice is the smallest ever reached since its arrested and conveyed to jail at Mmne- general extension, except in tho year 1SS0, apolis. when but nine were lost. Since that time, Freaks of the Electric Light Wire. however, the field of operations has been , , greatly enlarged by the addition of twenty November 2T. While Sax stations, in localities especially selected on Charles Stuck und two others, employed nt recount of their dangerous character. tho Ftisdon Iron "Woiks, were hoisting a heavy casting this morning, tho derrick Pr;veBtJve Measures in Spain. came in electric $i M.vnnti)", November25! The Ministers of chain aud Stuck contact Avith an dead. It instantly dropped wire, to'uched a defective "War and of the Interior have ordered the is supposed the chain that Stuck, provincial officials to use the utmost tact spot in the insulated wire, and contact, rebeing tho nearest the point of - so long as order prevails, and discretionbu? to take immediate und energetic nction ceived the full current. .The man next to Jihe moment the sligbUisr disorder appears, ; him was knocked insensible, while the third severe shock. nnd to nroclaim a State tlaege when neces- - received quite a sary. Soldier on furlough have been or- - i Successful Candidate Mobbed. dsred to rejoin their regiments immedi- London, November2S. Tho Liberals were r.tely. maddened by Yiscount Curzous', Conserva' Killed at the Age of 103 Years. tive, victoiy in the Wycotnbo Division of Ikdmnapolls. Ind., JCovember 29. rMar-- Buckinghamshire, and pelted him and ids J ion Woods, an aged colored woman, known j wifo with mud and otherwise maltreated climbing a to be a centenarian and claiming to. 1r one them. The latter escaped by She lost her adjoiningyard. wall hundred and three years old, tell froni'a back into an her flight. hair in third-floo-r window at tho County Asvlum It was "her boast ' - last night, dying Pirot Taken by the Bulgars. ijiat'she was once tlfo slave of General Zacbar- - Tavlor. Belgeade, Novembers?. The Bulgarians yesterday vigorously attacked the Servians Death of a Centenarian. at Pirot and captured the city after being Cincinnati, O., Novemlier 29. Patrick twice repulsed. Tbe Ministers have started Galaghervuged 103,y,ears. died in Newport, to join King Milan at Nissa. Large bodies rtWKj.fthis evening. The deceased was born of Servian troops are hastening to the in tho Countvof Slico. Ireland, March 17. front. 1762, and.haOjeon.a resident of this county A Letter-CarriDischarged. yeans. Ho used tobaeco about thirty-fiv- e Chicago, November 28. Frank Heers, a for the last eighty .years. who "has been in service here j A Rio Thinn In Rifle Shnntina. for five J'ears, was overheard to speak dis-' 'MAXcnr.8Ti:n. N. H., November 27. At th of the dead Benjamin The matter wasreported fo'the Postoffico Manchester Superintendent, and Beers, on his conres-b'J.oCiine broke the world's record, making ion of the offense, was atpneo discharged of a possible 70. t:ieelinn Deal Ii f Ruined by tho Immoderate TJso of of.laIu. - the nine s DISTINGUISHED The Romains of tho The VIco-Preside- DE2VD? nt, M03LVS A. HENDRICKS Vice A. Thompson. H. ' hotrr.wortn. S.VAC 'ABAaSs1" B.. UrkVlo JJ1 J " Outwalte, D. List of Members of tho e rafflPbo1-'- ' t Vi- - CL H.OrosvenorT H. nf T n nma a a t a laE.'s . .uBftm. X B '.tmfetSOU. H' ,15. FORTY-NINTH ---- -- c6r)stE . ,' V-.- O-E- i OfflO. ?. a THE COMMONWEALTH. IxiuUillle Leaf Tobacco JIarkrt Tie manufacturing trade appears to r doing but at present there dea verj-well; fttn j -- -- pox-essio- u Jtf)jrifout SnRR three-year-ol- rK J.i.Niwv November 2f -- Tlio complexion of the election is a follows- The Lda-ralgained in Salisbury Tho totals thus far are as follows: Liberals, .tl ; Conservatives. 90; Nationalists, W. Liberal gain ('; Tor gain, 27. In Hampstead. Sir H. Holland. Conservative, who received 2.7V. votes, defeated the Marquis of Lome, who leceived l.Mil In Westminster, Mr. Burdett CVuitt, the Baronness husband, polled ."i.O'.K votes, defeating Professor E. S Beasley. Liberal, the famous Poitivist writer, Mho polled l.PKV. The Irish voto in Noitheast ManHivster,, cnabltsl Sir James Ferguson, Conservative, to defeat tho former Home Hulur. It. IV IMeunerhascctt. Liberal. In Southwe-- t Manchester, Ixird l'redenek Hamilton. Conservative, defeated Jacob Bright. Liberal, the brother of Mr John Bright. In East Manchester, A. J Balfour, t onservatne. a nephew of the Marquis of Salisbury . w as victorious East Kinsbiir gave J Bigwood Conservative, a majority of twent oer Hawlands. the La- lOl"! Vll' LUS' VaiIO;ia CoTiservative.T?cle;y.'dnndgrea,t"t!ntbjisi- asm prevails over the result in h speech Beresford said tho Liberals had gained scarcely am new boroughs and Varelv held their owuj in divisions long Liberal In 'South Kildare, Leahv was elected without'opposition In lSorhdale Potter is ebftcil. In Halifu Shaw and Stansfield an stircessfnl tir T Biass i, returnetl for Hastings In Uamilton and Pai khuisi Home Iluler, 2.00 In U.xfoid, Hall is elected In City. T. P. O'Connor received 1..'CIV and Hallett. Tory, lt'd. O Connor elects to sit for "Mr. Gladstone. is fearfully chaLiveriiool grined over the result: and has abandoned all hoiR'of more than the barest Literal majority at best. ' Lovtrin. Novcmler 2.V -- The Queen was tho first person in England to received an official notification of King Alfonso's death. Besides sending a of con dolence to Queen Christina at Madrid, her Majesty dispatched a special messenger to the Spanish Embassj at London, within half an hour ufter tho receipt of the new s. Pki. Novemlter 2- 0- telegram from Madnd confirms the almost universal eA pectation that the Princess Mercedes the duughter of King Alfonso, will be pioclaimed Queen of .pain at once, under the regency of her mother. Queen Christina Snor"Sagasta will form a new ( 'abinet The streets of Madrid ai e erowd-witpeople eagerlj discussing the situation The ity is tranquil Ptis. November "Jl A number of Car list chiefs met at I'.ajonne ami resolved to await order from Don Carlos. Meanwhile preparations are being made for a Carlist rising in Spuin French pre fects have been ordered to closely wafli the froutier Uotln-rhith(Sal-w- a e live-year-o- ld Romovod to the Rosidonco. fj 1 Grae and Its 1'lor.il Adornments. rr.sl.l.nf, President of the United States, . . Aliseute lteBittcit" p.i s.inrt. Ivdianai-o- i '- - - ju. C red-ho- MBIPWK '4V4vVjt J.'t ,,v ,i .i44.4l2Ulfil4U, n lR-e- "-ill mv-wif- e Kope-Wal- k. e, rope-walk- er rope-wal- k, '. heart-Tendin- h to-da- y Franco-Spani-- h Court-Hou- e. rope-wal- A ROMANCE. li llUAced llr, Wifo After .ill Afiirv of Tentj-fl- e Veur. PrrrsDi nr.ii. P . November 20 The people in the AVcst fjnil are ilisfnssiug a romance, the partite to which have all passed ttnnuii- - s0iU. m uto' the highway 'Jver twent five ears ago (Jcorge Polland quarreled with his wife in England, and in u fit of despondency left and came to this cetintry" He located in TemperanceviUe. . here he met Jli-- Sarah Simpson, widow of Itobert Simpson, and after a few months thev were married. Thev lived happily together, and George. ling a sa'flful workman, has atvuimuuluted h large property, and is regarded as one of the best citizens. The couple had one child, who is now a handsome girl of eighteen A few lays ago an old lad) culled at a neighbors and asked him to send for George Polland He did so. and when the old couple met the scene was affecting The old man is almost blind anil did not first recognise the aged woman, but when she tailed him by name bis face brightened up. and b exclaimed- Why. Mar) istbisyouf thought ou had forgotten me long ago "No. George. I haven't, forgotten jmi. although vou did leave me twent) fie ears ago JVou are old and need mM. ' the old woman The neighbor then learned that she was Marv Polland. George's first wife After mucn hesitation, the old man told the storj of his life during thurpast twenty five veafs. how he hud mairictl another woman and had a daughter, and was living happily and comfortably The) talked the matteV over and they concluded to forgive and forget the past, and that the best thing that was forGeoigetosellhisprop- could ert) anagowith Ins legal wile to HKestmr-re- . where they tut ven daughter married ton ministcr.aiid" wheie they will spend the rest of their las The second wife, who is is prostrated with also a rvcry old lad t onfineil to her bed ever grief and lias news was broken to her since the startling One of her wins by marriage- with Mr. Simpson a greed to huv the real estate, and George Polland and the wife he had not seen For a quarter of a contury went awuy togcther ; jiiiis-ona- An Old Man I'onml exr:-.s.aroiui- J . three-scoftiau- Tl were-.plmf- d 'K court-hous- i s AVe-tche- s-j Thccjit-ifalfju.i- s nar-To- w di-tan- cc s : j I 1 " I of d ro. , j Ix-e- n -o- b-eryer- - . LIFE-SAVIN- ( ... ...,...,.., n to-da- y. k -- THE QUELLING OF MOBS. Military Kioliitintis Wltlcli Are llclng Practiced at ClilcaRO for Unit Und. CliH.it.o, November 20. There was an interesting scene on the-- lake front Three hundred young men in fatigue uniloader, raced forms, armed with and tore up ajel tlown in the greensward and' perfortntHl various remarkOut m the roadable evolutions way or fie hundred everymore civilmovement ians watched their with interest. The individuals in uniforms were representatives of the eight companies of the Fir--t Ucgiiuent National Guard. Their evolutions were "part tif a new code for tlie dispersion of lawless mobs anil the quelling of street, riots, and the spectators were for the most' part lncmlters of tho socialistic groups and revolutionary organizations against whom the iotle may some la have to be put into force The Socialists made no demonstration, but several promintiit ones took copious notes of the evolutions. to-dnvn-riot- is arrangements for the final obsequies ban) T hy.ithe .Senate. nil been made, and tho hearse, containw tho remains, followed bv seventeen oft nages, occupied by the immediate frieiy. -- Vice lMiiANmi.i5tSii., November will move lrom the family President TtaoniS; A. Hendricks. very 11 A leaching tho church nt tweFO. .fiuddenby at a few tainutos before lic.d j o'clock o'clock. The church will only hold this e enin? at his Tirtidcneo ' oti'North utmost capacit) one thousand persons, ihfs e'tj. H o,' lu nyjd' from tickets for that numlier were issued. Ap2 nicago on ) cslcrunv.w hero 1m lmd contractL'Pfl II .r?fft I. .. . .l...... pj... .n o'clock this afternoon the remain were turned to the residence, a vast concoit iifcljwt.ejt, either bj U.is fiends op Ins phy- - I following them To night the city is fi In tngup rapidU. The hotels are crowd ici.?kA$i,nfcfnT,"Jthl better tho and the overflow is being taken carp of. i.CiuidriiSlliiSrciulrJvks1 attended a raoejjtj me citizens in tueir private resiue IjoiSLtituitw; isVViVeVtPKPrfMtld iMitw n s Mun distinguished men.nre.hero?r tlnlcs to intimate friends of feeling mm ell, disappointment exists because Pre? Cleveland has decided not to come Thou- but was not until 11 o'clock that he and sands of those who are here were drawn Mr- - Ilemlrieks returned home He rested solely by the expectation of see- we r ej; and aro-- e as uual this ing him The work of preparing tho mo! n and i. rti r bit iikl.itt he Ii !t woise, and grno has been completed It is th" tain was soniinoiied. sunk near the face of the Hendri ks Ml lienor 'I that talomel siould monument, whith is a shaft of polished granite thu'v feet high, standing on oi e of le adiuni ,i n l ;. h.iu. This the tloetor dt- Itld'tud o do. smmi; i lit it alwajs had a the most desirable site in the temetir is immediately opposite tho chapel and nostmt ns- elT.ct unon his tsteiii. and ho and later in not lar irom the soldiers tmryiiig ground. (duimisierct! an emetic, injection. Tlw f The tall in the soldiers' cemetery lie sii uior linif gate an pin mi then leit. but was shortly bears a magnificent gnrrison flag nt culltd tti the llemlr.eks nnd another Is trained about the Vltntt Itfrom found the itatient The monument is covered Li sevilrt' chill, and it was more than an hour monument with smila.v and choice flowers, and about hefoi. hi naariuriiil. lie was er much the base are ferns and potted plants in nrostiiietl by the rijror, out still he Old not great profusion Tho grave Is on tho site of go to lied, hut vta frequently siitiui; up the monument, facing the hapel. and im- During the dai the itatlent viueen a strtmg near mar- lesireto have Sirs. HcndrkbA uiuj mediately tieneath the inscription lilm and when she left tbt room for a moble vault, just largo enough to Ho the iasket. has been placed in ment lie seemed troubled aiid anxious. soino appreneusi e ui position and will be lined with mosses, appeared to in psininio, inoro sinilax and rut flowers The soil has been approacning ne rcquesieti wi nan onco .tin. neo- carefully removed, and the casket will rest Ineks not to leaehim. The ph uln in a chamber of floral beauty The vault tint apprehend any Immed ate danger, aim and will be toveied with u marble slab, which, Suring li:s last isit In the lUtcruoon be talked freely about in turn, will bear beautiful floral designs. the Vice them Ins All that i harsh m depositing the dead Las iiuiiilur td mutters, aud among tMy. whero departure for Washimtton been done owa with, and the last glimpso m enter of the mourners will bo upon tho beautiful heAwoul'l m.iiute-upon his tltitieciock the Senate - nctore.i o ine nj siin nature Poiter. who was Ciao few Mr Hendricks were tulkii'g. tto and to have acted ns one of the pallbearers, tatter rccliRiiig on tbe IhI. when he said: has been ompelled to decline because of I am tree nt 'st. the serious illness of his wife, whose death "What do lou meanasked the phjsl- is almost expected General ian. I mean I am ircK froin pain, was the an- Thos Morns w ill act In his stead wer. The doctor iben left I be house and Mrs. FALL OF MANDALAY. Jentlricks wan smuinoiicd domi stairs to t Hlier. This was the Hist tim" she had left The Itiirmrsr ltiit her, Tueeliaw, urrvii- - iiu dnrinir the da v. an she had refuged toseu His assertion timt he nun tlers iivoiic lt for to lie roe from nnm dispelled an) nnetisinesslhut l.'uullsli. felt about his cootlitlon aud when . November;. Kiug Theelaw. bo left himit was with thfassimmcc that he s absent nnl few of Bnnnnh, becoining nlarmetl at the rapid oul neItingcr than sht moments. andtie hen u lelasl approach of the British expeditionary hid ft turned t the itKitn she tountl that Mr. aendiii-k- i force notwithstanding tbe reijsan-ofwhs dead. The cud of bust nnd tit fered by the Burmese, sent a messenger to (Vt b.sfill lilehad oomept ucenl'b ami ipi icily. fucsj- there was no Indication of pain General Premlergast begging him to grant Qu suflenug. and bis jes were onl hnll a au armistice for the purpose of peaeeablv (kts. a it in a rent If sleep. The nlaties family rv settling the difficulty between Biirmuh anl cc the was uoImmH luimtsiiatety purnniond. iu his room when be dutl, the Indian Government General Pn inter Itiere a aid ott! Mr. HeiHlrit-ks- . gast in repl denuuitled tbe surrender of ei.Urinthe house Mr. the servants amiat llendrtck was the Burmese army and Mnndala the icost distiucttsl with grit I. and could not restating that o'nlv then could" he nter strain her fff'iiiiraeiHiU(rh to talk. Thchouo tllltsi with tuitions friends, while a tain an retpnist looking ton seitUno-tit.f the dispute King Theehaw act ed.sl to tne CId ci i!ts tt d uiolllid the tfUtt .11 'I It Dttj teiius. and the Ava forts, with tweutx eight feu ml necesnry to iflue them udtiiission. Tinb)iciau in attentlunee ln'iieve that guns, were turned over to the British trtntps. caused by paral) i of the heart, A garrison wasplat-et- l there, and the Brit- dBith was been uoplev fotbitdit ish troop prof ceded to Mandalay on thd liecn s4nne ludicatiou- - f it there would hao in the appearunt o 2sthuist. Of his face. He cniuplalnetl princimlH of Hfc stomach this iitorninjr. although thert wa-- a In the inuelt-- of iktm'Us tuftt-lnA CURIOSITY IN PHYSICa Uls face. Antioiim-em- t nt of the cvt nt was tutssned with mi reduim t th public, but The C.ililes of tin Itrookln l'.rlilce Kle :iiliw.4 sooid m, no longer an dout l lie .Musiif tljel. isoncCrniDjr It. much orrow was expressed. New YoHh. NtvemlKr:a Tests inadi on Tbe bells were tolled and many cldeuce.S the people ' tbe elevated railroad struciuies of the were pnen of t.s. Ink . No forfrow. 20. Hunera tier Imiiin iihii Brooklyn bridge nnd of the cables shytr dreds of it t prom of condolence are pouring alt mrr tho ,n from proin.nenl person they arc all tnngnetied. Induced magiirt-isI'nion to Mr--. Hendncks on her sad lereao-ineu- t. from the earth is supposed to have been f'xed b) the jarring Mr. Ilendrit k rtaed in her room all ttay which to these structures have atnl saw but a few people but Ihe parlors siibjectetl while under magnetic down stair were fliica with callers, who The Itottom parts of nil pietes of were reecved by her brother. Mr. Mephen antl Hr. Jentkcs, iron thus magnetized show north polaritv, V. Morvau.and hisfiuuilj. She talkftl t a.nily church. thereitoroy the with her friends, onl.v break and the cables of the bndpe are said to fie atid f magnetized in the direction of their diameter, the upper surface of the cables, nix down with outbursts of grief onte or twice. throughout their length, being of south The body lay in tbe parlor chamber up aud the lower surface noith stairs. anl few were pernilncd to sec it Tho enibiilniin? process to which it was subjected this inoinin?. had been suecessfull.v aecom-ti- l Horribie Execution. shed, and on the race there was a look of Noiiwirp. Lm.i isp, Novemlter an. A cotltcntmcnt and freedom from care Tho wonderfully natural and horrible and sickening sight was witnesse,! Icaturcsbyarestijrgcstion of jrhastl!ncs a selected at Mrs. '1 ho General i otnimttee at the hanging of Holtert (toodale.a to urninire for tho suggest market gardener, for the murder of his Hendnck.s" the dead on ice President met this funeral wife, at Wisheath on Septemlier 15 last. eemnp.of and appolntctl tbe necessarj A fiftten stone weight was used and the to pcrtet t all the arrangements. HarriFon culled the meetdrop was six feet Whin the trap was Sciuilor Ilunjaiiitu on h s motion Hon. Wm. sprung tho rope liounded violently aud ing to onler, and lI."Knrlish was chosen President. (.module's head was severed from his'bod The funeral will take place at noonouTues-d-ii- . the trunk'nnd head falling to the ground the house at the head lying at 'he feet and blood ooziti' li.l.'tothe proicssiiin lcaiU7 tho following clock for the church in freely from both J ho body and head. The order. spectators werehorror-strickePtdict. and became , Milltisi-companies. sick at the scene. ' It- Micletlfs. i'l XT. t, Isn , Novemlier "iO.- - iinieuiy or Paral )Ii at liHlhiii.ipolis Preparations for the l'liueral f " of the lit art It atft f' . - Berlnh Wllktns, D. uoddes. JJ. 17. A. J. Warner. D.- AI. AHAJIA. 1H. Isaac H. Taylor. R. soar, v 'itZjL.'Lrw r. gs&. L.tB& ft. . Tt71 It1!" I It. S.SUKXLHaLn Cooper. I'J. Ezra It. Taylor, R. J. L. Pugh, D. . vlS91j J. McKlnley,Jr-WsiMmmAl9lf "sTWune's. It. R.',a. MMtuiA.Foran.D. pi. SFTSi HmmWBm u.i J. K. Jones. D.. ".lSOirrVJJci rriii.. i,mmKMkimMi?. ', EWBt-'iTrFoits r j rV, ,m UBIGJN. j)B9sja. so.. . V .l&aiUohjaJ-VM- t K) L. Stanford It... rr rTBmOKntrSSSi-- Herman. rENSLVAVT i lAIUIIUlB. stsKue, (at II. Franklin Bound.R. . ii. ?i. icuor, u. 15. F. C. Bunnell, K. - -. CDXNEcnCtrr. R. lfi. Win. W. Ilruirn.It. o. h. Piatt, n twlaaLaCSK. 1 fVHHl I. 1L 17. J. M. Campbell. It. j I m TTBTft IT 1 18. L.E i.J EH SaulsburrW .rliSB.Gi Hey. R. 19. John .minson.lt. A- - Swore. D ;r. . jai. a. u. uurtm. u.' rmmmmmiS3mmmmSKmmmmmvbi&fmmmmmm 21. c. E. Hojle. D. WHkinsoD Call, D.as NBr&L1USHmmwJBGtmWkmmmmmm lart, It 4V S. Neuley. K. ut,D.S. J. M.Ilaj-ne- , It. T. o. n. uruwn, u..;.;io.If mlVttWmmmmmmWBm u 4. ri nd O. I.. Jackson. It. rr WUItBi-T-m.mmWk J dua. D. 2:1. A. (1 White. 1L S?1S8113. MairoWfin.llS9-fi- . A. Loiran.lt X naXD 28. G. W. Kleeger, K T,- - 3 r Vv jwm IFRJ r i.1J . t nton." n. Wm. L. D. X lfmin .SEN'ATE. ' i irr!BKk. TvrgaS ") irIS iKKS 1 , OL 5 . a. m. w. xv. a li ..'.. iwit,j s- ' laajiuH k.mDHMTl iJBBBf'Kni .'!, 1 'tLW not appear to be much show for a spirited market until the incoming supplies fn the new crop are large enough to justify the resumption of nctive work on a large scaltv It is- supposed that there w ill be a further reduction of Louisville stocks this mouth 4 2,500 to 3,000 hogsheads, making with last mouth a very handsome distribution. We quote lSt tobacco as follows for full- weight packages: - .. Trash... ........ Common lugs.. Medium lugs Good w"' 'm"-rimam-- . tkw inii4 In i-- UrHK YPV e !! . R-J- t't.T. 1. lliw m,u..as 11IIODB - lugs Common leuf... Medium leaf,... Good leaf i'ancr leaf five-year-o- ... 4 2.V't 4 . . . 5 04t 3 ... .. 5 7.VTS 6 7 Cl6 7 8 UW. 9 . DarfcrtHd llcacy. f3 Tali 00 50 .,. ,.. r, 759. 4 f 3 2.Y.V4 4 25 50 50 10 13 001115 50 5ottUiO 17 00S22 70a 750 .8 Ktf!l 00 13tX315C0 5 00?t 6 00 6 2M4 75 liutitit. .V) M 00' , W f" n Allfenn iuiDVU) W , iii-- tWt.1 P , iMf.rtn i. J. J. Inralls. It J.C.S.Blackuura.I) ISPIU. nJUovteiB? Jas. B. Eustis, D K. P. lbUl It L. i KAaK. r r VW 7 1SS1 V. B. Plumb.Jt..i.lSSO at' l?Wrrirv . Gibson. D Frye, It . iww a., iw ,art e tr.-Hesry!OUP0- rr Eocfii siuiv,vi. t P- - William A. P.cree.It. CAiioLiSA . " 1SLLVXD. , 1. ratllUCJ I . liPO. . I ll'i"HW. tS?rj-trir- a 11. U. VICU. O. leiupniu. " IIQIKIIU, u.D- - - Miscellaneous Item". child of Mrs. Mary TrrE Boyle, Louisville,, was bdlly burned a few-day- s K .XiSi 15S3 t 1S87 1889 , C J. nallentm2,u. J. Taylor.D.D. P. T. Glass, Zach Taylor, K. G. M. Hale. It 1K7 Win T. MilNF I tin-inst- MUIILANO. Eph. K. Wilson, D Isui A P Gorman, D. MASS VCIIl SETTS. 1'hv-ji.- H. L. Dawes. It O. D. Conjrer. It . & J.n.Mc.MlIlnn, m-i- -t. MIC 1ST Geo F lllti N. Hoar, oe. f. 'I C Houck, X RI 7. .1. John It Neiil 8. "V 4 U McMIH n. I) X 9. 5. J. U. ltlchard: son, Kiia 1 A.H.Pcttlb Ii. TESNtSBEE. A. J. CdldwelL K R . T. . Palmer, 1681 - It MINMlsOTA. 1MST D. M. Sabln. It ...U flag-staf- MISSlpstiM't. Jas. Z. George. D lSs" II C Walthall, D...1SS9 Geo. G. Vest, D C. H. Olin Wellborn, D. w. H. train, u. 8. . F. Miller, D 3 J. I) 4. II. II. Culoerson. D 9. II. Q. Mill". D 5. J. V. Tlirockmor 10 Sajers, D. 1. S-- W, T. Lanham,D. ton, D. 1. ' i j. ii. Jone-- . iieusan. H. J. W. Chas. Stewart, D TEX. s . ii. ' 1 J.I. oflcr-war)s,aifui-n rt-si-- half-mas- t, Missocni. IKH P. M. . Cockrell, D. 1667 1. 1. Stewart, - uU-nn- g Van Wyck.lt 1nS,C. F. SIandcrson,lL1683 It . m:uiisk J.P.Jones. Wm. M.VI)A- ..IS31 James G I'nlr. D .1837 NEW HtMI'MIIIIE. H. W. nialr, II .. im A. F. Pike. It. ... 1SS) Thos. CroTton. I) Harry Llbbc), It Geo. D. Wise, D 4. Jas D. IJrndv. It 5. Geo & Cabtll, D. 2. & VKIIMONT 2. V.'m. W. It. VIKUIMA. 7. g !i C. Grout, It. ve J. Scwcll, H 1S7,J It. Merherson.D.lSSO NEW VOltK. - NKW Wm. 11. Ev8rts. It Z. H. sit-m- n Vance. D ronm ltl Warner Miller, cvito- isa. 1KU M It 18S7 W Hansom, D. .IR5O 15a7 1S39 ,10 WEST MIIU1MA. 3. C. P. Snyder, D. Nathan Gotf. W. I WiUon. D. 4. Eustace Gibson, D WISCONSIN. 1. L. II. Caswe!!. 1L . It. Guenther. 2. E. S Urairp. I) 7. O. It. Thomas, It. 3 It. M. IjiFollette.lt 8. Wm T. Price, It. John W. Dan tl. D t'.T.O'l'erralLD. J S Harbour, D.'' F. Trlirir. D. J. It. Tucker, D. Jr.lt If 4. Pre-lde- nt 11 II. H. Payne, D fllllO 1K91 .1 Sherman. It K. Dolpli, It V. 5. J. II. OUKOOX I.W.VanScha'ck.ll 9. I. Stephenson, Joseph llankiii, D. TEHItlTOItlAL DELEGATEa ARIZONA. I1AKOTA. IDAHO. D. MONTANA. If Mitchell. Ii It 1RU J. J. D. Cameron. 1'R.NNsVI.VlM Curtis a Bean, It John HaHey, 191,. I. Mitchell, - miiiiK-utaril- ) iiiioiu: isiori. N. W. Aldrlch. 11 lss: J no Chace. It. . 80lTll CVROI.IN V. 1H1 M. C. Ilutler. D W. Hampton, I) H. E. Jackson, TE.NXnS.SKU. D .1K57 I G It... . . 16S7 .15S0 Oscar S. Gifford, It. im 1SK Joseph K. Toole, D. Anthony Joseph, D. John T. Caine Harris, D NEW MEXICO. UTAH. I V. an. Maxey, D.. lItichBrd Coke, D...l vr.HMo.vr. Justin a Morrill, 1US1.G. F. Edmunds. U.1SS7 TEX . tPeople's Ticket). Charles Democrats Greenback-Democra- Uav-.oon- I estl UlildIeberKer,n.ltS9 William Mahono. WEST VI 110 MA. J. N. Camden, D lES7!John E. Kenna. D leH 1 IUH. VIUQIVI a t n . Joseph M.Caiey, It. Republicans Grecnback-ltepubllca- WASHINGTON. Voorhees, D. WVOMINO. . np,o, by accidentally falliug Into an open fireplace. Mrs. Boyle, hj iV8ni4ijJ ployed nt the Short-lin- e depot, in cleanfog cars, was absent at the time, nnd'her littlo children were left alone in tho room. Ooo of tho neightiors heanl the screams and extinguished the flames in time to save the child's life. Sam Jones intends to stir up Hopkinsville next spring. Tlie services will be held in one of the big w nrehouses. Miss Bettif. Ti'knek has obtained- - n judgment of 1,000 against T. M. Ityan for breach of promise at Mayfield. A iicndiiet) convicts are laboring on tbe hranca Penitentiary nt Eddyville, and the work is progressing rapidly. Illinois parties are negotiating for property in Owensboro, with a view of estab- distillery at that place. lishinga & It will mush COO bushels of grain a day. Isaac P Caldwell, prominent Louisville lawyer, is dead. A YofNO lady named Preston was brutally assatlted at Louisville, by a drunken man, hit object being robbery Unv. A C. Dkkei;ox, of Warren County, who has been engaged in preaching tho Gosjiel for more than fifty consecutive years, has announced his intention of retiring from the pulpit. 5 Henkt Watson, of Mount Sterling, had a foot terribly cut under a John W. Mvtin sold his fine Woodford fViiintv fj rm. consisting of 2t'i5 acres, to John King, ot Louisville, ? per nere. high-win- e car-whee- l. cash, .1?3 140 ... e John C Spooner. llcpublicans Democrats wisconstx. H1MI1P. Sawjer.lt . 32 re- 1 lEST 1 42 31 - Total number of members. HOUSE. AUABAAI 1. 76 Members of the Forty-eij-htelected to the Fort) ninth -- Total number of numbers Congress 153 upi-ta- l. 2. II A. t a 4. 1. James T. Jones. D Herbert, D. AV.C Oats. I). A. C. Davidson. D. P. Dunn, D. i. Ii T. W. Sadler, ,U J. M. Martin. 7. 19. D. D. W. H. Forney. T). Joseph AVheeler, D. Metnhor of the.Foi u eighth Congress. tKleoted to succeed James K. Jones, D., elected to the Senate to succeed Augustus 11. Attorney-Genera- - 2. C ll.IIreckcnrl'ge.D'io. 1 3. T. C. Mcltea, 1)1 11. ARKANSAS. ' j4. J. H. ltotrers, D. Samuel W. Peel, D Garland, I), appointed in l'res.dent Cleieiaud s Cabinet. JElected to succeed licubeu Ellwood, It , deceased. 'Elected to succeed Samuel S Cox, D, appointed Minister to Turkey. "Elected to succeed W. A. Duneau, de ceased. l mam s s,n J. .1. Henley, D. A. IOUttlt. It. McKcana, It. ciLiroaxi.v. 2. 1. 1. 1. 1. George G. Sj inos, It CoxNECncnr. John It. Iluck. It. 13. John T. Walt, R. 4. E. W. Seymour. D. C L. Mitchell. D. DEL.IWAKE. 4. W. W. Morrow, 1L 5. C, N. Felton. It. S. II. H. Markham, It. COLOKADO. THE STOCKMEN. rrngre4 of tb'e National Coiuentinn t n Asalust Uisc.tse St. l.oui I.est-l.itlo- m Charles B. Lore, D. FLOIUDA. lt.H.M.Havldson.D.';2. C Dougherty, D. GEOURIA. In-e- influ-em-- 3. nipo-cdl- fi. J. H. Blount, D. T. M. Norwood. D. 7. J. C. Clements. D. II. G, Turner, D. Charles F. Crisp, D. 8. Seaborn lteesc. D. 4. Henry It. HarrJe. D. 9. A. D. Candler. D. 5. N J. Hammond, D. 10. G. T. Iiarnes, D. ILLINOIS. 1. H. " 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. a 1 to-da- ) 10. W. Dunham. P. 11. W. II. Xcecc. D. Trank Lawler. D 12. J. M. Illirps D. James H. Ward. D. Ii. W. M. Sprlncer.D. 14. J. H. Powell, Geo. E. Adams. A. J. Hopkins. It? 13. J. G. Canon, itobcrt It. Httt. It. 15. S. Z. iJindes. D. T.J. Henderson, It 17. J. H. Eden. D D- IK W. It. Morrison, ltalph Plumb, It 19 lOV.Tow nshend D L. E. Pai son. It. 1 .k N.CWorthingfnD J. It rTM......,f. 1U Ii. JLIlOlUilS, ft If If If 2. 3. 4. 5. C. J. J. Kleiner. P. T. It Cobb, P. J. G. Howard, P. W. S. Holman. P. l T. M. llrow nc. It W. P. U) num. P. C. Matson. P. INDIANA. 8. J. T. Johnston, It. 9. T. II. Ward. P." 10. W. D. Owen, It. 11. G. W. Steele, K. 12. 13. It Low ry. P. G. Ford, P. 7. n - Servii and Bulgaria. London, Novemljer ;U There has been desperate fighting at Pirot. TliOstown was taken and retaken, remaining nt hist in the hands of the Bulgarians. It is estimated that each side lost IMXX) killed and wounded. I.niio. November 'M The Times this morning sin, it learns that Servia is willing to accept peueewithout the payment of an indemnity, and that she will refuse to gie either inone) or territory as the price of peace. Two Men Scalded to Death. November 30. Uw jj,e Dliiisjii. i blowing out of a hand hole in a Iioileisltised loi generating steam to supply a lard tank in John Goedeit's pni king hor.se. iuiMer Giegor. Fridd) night. Ed Chambcrlainand Hiram Baker. emplo)i-s-. wen seaMed .0 dentil Sihleih. another employe, ril serious!) injured b being Ihiown outof a window In the force of escaping steam.' uiic-savi- ht n 1 ofju-ojRirt- y - x I Frvn-cisco- J . ! Heury mail wagon, became McElio), driver e Involved In a quarrel, near King's Mills, w ith a part) of raili oad woi kmen With a double-barre- l shot gun he wounded three of them seriously, and then retieated. fired upon b iiiuiubers of the purt). McElroy escaped uuhurf, and cut across the country toward Morganfield on foot, leaving the mail in charge'bf a negro, who finished the journey to Morgansfield - A Mail Carrier's WwEitii. Kt . Noreinbt De:-pjrat-e of-th- Work. 2'i morning during the temporal') alienee if Mrs. Patrick Fitzgerahl fmni her street, her children in sonipwfij set fire to a mattress in a cnb m which the youngest was sleeping, and the thiee little ones, aged respectively four, three and one year, were suffocated lieforw help reached r them. hoiue.-Tingle) Pi:oipe'n t, Children Suffocated. $ K I.. November Ui.Yl, Rev. Downs Expelled. An Ontario Hanging. I 1 to-da- Three clergymen spent all last night with him He mot his death unflinchingly. Lokdov," Oat.. November 27. Benjamin Simmons, the murdeier. was hanged in the jail-vnr- d here at is 1j a m in the presence of about one hundred pei sons. Simmons resigned to his fate. was apparent!) t Boston. November '50. The Baptist Min. isters' Conference, at its weekly meeting this morning, adopted a preamble and re olutions declaring that W. W. Downs had disgraced the profession and damaged tb cause of Christ, and expelling him frota membership in the Conference. The President, members of the Cabinet and U. s. Menators Pall hearers, the hearse and family carriage. State, counti and citi officer nnd cltl7ens. Tho body will be placed In the casket on Saturday uiornlnr. It is of cedar, cm ere d with black velvet, and lined with white satin, withsjlier trlinniiuc After the funeral will placed be in a bodv the marble vaiilt at Crown III! (etnetcrj. north near Mr Heudr ck's jinvate lot. ot above the common hw el nud In tho which i a Kninlte column forty center of . except tho loet hlffli. plain and simple inscription. "Tlmma A Hendntks," ot the siaft. Here hi sou, near the bottom his onl child. Is buiiisl will arrhe from II. II. Parks, the sculptoi r. ( iucairo In the iiiormiiiriuid take a cast ot be in making a marlb ndriek'sfatc to tit him. ble bust The inif.TOV Xo ember 20. --as work of dmpinKthc public ) buildings, Vu-- a mark of tit President ifspect to the Tho lit ndrieks. was etiumienctHl White House was the tlr-- t to fsixo outwar.1 of niiiiiininjT, workmen having' been sinsmill tit sinnted lor the put pose b) those sjitt charjie of the arrangements. liu inp The Hoii-- e ot ltepresentatives ('omiiiit tee to- - attend the funeral is made up ( nrlisle. Heprcsentamcs speaker of I.oin. Kandjil. Hill. II) mini, Iliovwi. Hepburn. Phelps. Moriistiii, Holman. Herbert, lilouiit. Illtrbour. Hewitt and Geddi. They will be Mr. S. K. nletl b the Serjeant-at-ArmHmiiieaii. formerly of Til re Hililte, Intl., lias in en appointed a Deputy crjrr b Mr. t'anudy, ot the senate, to ticcoiii pan the Senatorial Committee the making The President directed ol a handsome floral tribute to be sent to In- dfauupolis. The llrnuhhcan members of the Semite will hold a caucus on Saturday week. At this will bo Kuthcrin? the President njrreed upon. When the Senate meets on tho following Monday the bodv will be culled to order b its Secretar), who will nnnounco t' tho death. Then will comn the election of a President, who will also bo and an Immediate acting adjournment will follow out of rcspcci to tho decease tlit-citj- . um-arcd- ui lui-mor- to-da- ). k, ac-omp.- s. to-tl.- i) Vice-Preside- k 1 , , Vi. JJpr . 1 , Week's Failures. YonK. November 27. The business occurring throughout the country n .during the last seven daj-s-, as reported to "' R. G. Dun & Co., number for tho United - States 199, and for Conada 15. or of 214, as compared with a total of 240 last jirovious to the Twek.;and 223 ,4 lact' Except that- failures aro increasing Pacific Coast, ' la thek South and on the note. lhare aothing special to the-wee- k - - .? .0 s- , - - A ley' Z s t iged fourteen years, named Snyder, was tkiuoo anu eaten 'HTWfear by hogs WedaesdaT while wlpteg on a -t straw Btacx Kakkakeh, HerriWe Fate. Ilu, Novembejf 27. A boy aw am smmm- Two years ago several domes tie A Timber War in Wisconsin. on tho Fixrkxce, Wis., November 27. Armed dogs strayed into the mountains Terri. River, Wyoming and organized squatters on land included head of Wind in the disputed Ontonogan grant and tho ton-- , and became wild. They have cash entry district arc driving off the lum- now increased to some twenty in num. ber companies who hold patents on the bcr, and have developed a fierce spirit land ana are cutting pine. The lumber men sny they will defy the squatters, many They have located in an immense cuu, of whom are lawless nnd disreputable, and and from here thev issue on their ex aro armed with repealing rifles. Much cursions, which are very disastrous to. trouble is anticipated. the young stock of the ranges khhiir ... t and and devouring the strongest A Good Day for Immigrants. most active calves and easily putting New York. November 27. Eight steamships landed 20,000 emigrauts at Castle down a yearling. Chicago Times, ' Garden This is said to have happened in He Gould' Not Stand Admonition. Roasted Alive" Sy Indians. Georgia: A youth from Elbert County m ' Han Bekxadixo, UAL.,November 27. New Yokk. November 27 At Port Ches-tpurchased a suit of wedding-clothe- s Henry P. Bell, aged twenty-two- , cooking the Thanksgiving dinner table, went to left Athens. Thev were shipped per exLast night Thomas Stantoin while his hLs supper over a fire on the outskirts of room und shot himself through the head press, but the'next week were returned the city, was approached by four Indians, because his father reproved him for keep- with a letter from the young man tbnt. hi rirl had jronc back on him who demanded whisky. Having none to ing late hours. . He was dead when found. give them, he was unmercifully beaten, and as he would not need the garments Eight Indians Executed. then held over his .fire and roasted alive, he had returned them. The mercnam .His legs were bunied to a crisp, and he can B vrrLEFOun, N?W4 . 2Covember27. The not live. The- - Indians will be lynched if execution of the eight Indians fountl guilty let him off from the trade. discovered. r . of murder at Frog Lake ami Battleford ocmm' A short time ago a sample of wheat curred at S:27 this morning. The mechanSixteen Degrees Below Zero. grown in India was receiveaana ism of the gallows was without friction. bv the Chicazo Board of Trade. NoirrHTiiLD, Vt .November 27. Tho Death of Marshal Serrano. thermometer this morning is ten degrees It is said to be greatly inferior to grain uciuw yeru nere, twelve degress nt u Madrid, November 2f. Marshal Fran- grown in this country. Chi9 HerV and sixteen decrees at More. cisco Serrano, of Dominguez, Duke De La aid. Torre, Is dead. : er mail-carrie- r, Two young men of Continence, Pa., recently made a wager a to which ot them could suck the most eggs. One of them disposed of fortv and tho other forty-onAmi yet Boston still lias the effrontery to claim to be the homo of "culture." An American Abbey can not be established too soon for the accommodation of fuch superior talent as ehibited by the Confluence young men. Xorrishwn e. "Vest-mipst- er Yice-Preside- aemhl ut to-da- y. er say-,'r.- n- ject are contradictory. Meanwhile the press falls back on history, and finds that the conquerors of ail ages wore about equally divided between the shorn and unshorn. A well-regulat- The French Government would like to give the artnv the privilege of tf?iring beards, but feels tlie necessity of first CjonsultrM'j several high military authorities, ai the opinions on the sub- which he died. daj--s ago John Verhoeff, of LouisA few 3. It ville, a student of Princeton College, was 10. A. J. Holmes, 4. 11. I. S. Struble, B. lost in a saltpetre cavern, near Princetou. C. Young-Verhoeff- . in company with several kans s of the young lady students of the college, !3. J. V. Anderson. It 1. E. X. Morrill. 6. Lewis Hanback, and tw o or three boys, undei took an ex2. E. H. Funston, 7. Samuel It.Peters.lt 3 II. W. Perkins, SHERWIN RELEASED ploration of the famous cave, which has I 4. Thomas It) an, It thoroughly explored. At 3 The KENTCCKV. of the Mnxwrll I.tud- - never been entered the cave, the mouth of o'clock they or l'r'sou. 1. William J. Stone, P.I 7. Gr.int Compmy Out ,of a mile which is about three-quarte8. J. U. McCroary, P. 2. folk Ijiffoon. P. Ai.ba.vv, N. Y., Xov. 2d. The Court ot from town, on the lund of Mr. It. B. Hat .iohn E. Hnlsell, P. ' 'J. W.H Wadsworth.lt 3 4. T. A. Kobertson, P 10 W. P. Taulbec. P. Appeals yesterday reiuleretl a decision dis- lif f. The party proceeded some distance .V Albert S. illis. l).ll. F. L Wolford. P charging Frank It. Shcrwin from the Al- with young Verhoeff in the lead. G Carlisle. P.i C John bany Penitentiary on the ground that the In some manner he wandered away I.Ol'lSIAN . 4. N. C nianehard. P - St Martin, P. presently indictment was defect". ve. Shcrwin was reand party, from the 5. .1. Flovil King, P. Michael Huhn, It cently sentenced to six months' imprisonhimself alone in the dark found Edwanl .1. Ga). P. d. Altred It Irion. P. ment and fined 45250 for contempt in letiis-in- g caverns with only two inches of candle. MAINE to obey a subpoena in the case of tiie The party in the rear called to him, bub n. Reed. It 3 Seth L. Mllliken. 1. Thomas State against Phelps Sherwin was arrested owing to the structure of the walls the 4. U. A. Routellc, Plnglcy. Jr. Z. N first in the case in 1S77, and released on VAKVLVMl. could be heard only a short distance. 1 C, II. Gib-soS30.000 bail. He was l earreste-- at Chicago stuud it. J. V. 1 Findlay. P.' P 2. Frank P. Shaw. P. '". Iiarnes Compton. P. brought to Albany. Mean- They waitetl and shouted for him until last jear and 3. William H. Cole. I) iS. L E. McCouuis. u.while Baron de Constant Kebeeqiie caused nearl dark, when the fact that he was MssClll SETTS. the arrest of Sherwin for alleged frauds lost arose liefore them. They hastened 7. Etcn l.Stoue. U 1. Robert T. PavK R to town and informed the people of the committed on the Maxwell Laud-GraS. Charles II. Allen. It 2. John P. Long, It Companj, of New Mexico, of which Sher- fact, antl a rescuiag party of nearly one' J. Fred I) Ely. It 3 A. A. ltanncy, u in WllllnmW.Rlce.lt 4 Pat A. Collins, tl win was the President, lie was sentenced hundred men was formed and armed iith 11. William WhiUng.R . Ed. P. Hayden. It in Juno last to two jear' imprisonment proper equipments--, proceeded to the cavo 12. F. W. Rockwell. R ti. II. R I.eering. P j Sherwuiis uiair'tsl to a (laughter of and instituted a careful search. This was I wiciursvN. Gilpin, of Colorado. Sherwin just after dark. After nearly four hours of 1. W. a Ma; bury. P '. 7. R:raC. CarletoiuP' business, was fox.iiiuiy In the T. K. Tarsney, 1). 2. N. R. Eldredge, I) ii. Ii 3 James O'Donuetl, R 110. S. M Cutcheon, It" ha ltu bad stores in Northampton (Mass.), Yerhoeff w as found safely lodged upon a O. Fisher, P.. Milwaukee and New York City. 4. J. C Burrows, It. 11. Seth C. MoHatt. It rock nearly twenty feet high. How he got D C. C Com-tocE. R. WInans. P there was a mystery, but there he was Wanl's VMn Arraigned. MINNESOTA. j sound. By this time the, exciteNew York, Nov. 20. Yestenlay morn- safe und town wns intense. Rumors of 4. John R.Gllflllan, It Milo White. If ment in J. R. Waketleld, RV I.". Knutc Nelson. If. . ing William S. Warner and J. Henry Work every imaginable conception were prevaII. R. Strait. If appeared before Jiutye Brown and asked lent and freely indulged, until the news . illfrsISSII'I-I' what amount of bail would be required In came of his recovery. Mi'. Verhoeff was O. It Singleton, P. John M. Allen. P. H. S. Van Eaton, P.' their case. Judge Brown lived their bail at brought into town amidst the cheers of the 2. .1. It Morgan. P .1. T. C Cutcliinirs. P E. Barksdule. P. 530,000. Both defendant appeared before people, and escorted in a torchlight proces4 F. G. Rarry, U Commissioner Shields and gae. bonds in sion to the college,, and there, after he had j MISSOURI. JJsuni of $00,000, or double the amount re- - j publicly thanked the crowd for his deliv- 8. John J. O'Neill. i 1. Wm. H. Hatch. D The sureties are Frank Work aud ery, they leit mm. i A John R Hale. D ' 9. John M. Glover. DF' i"'-s-jonn 3. Alex.M. Dockery. D,10. Martin lciardi-.u- ' i,wa ; uoih.uncie ami i.itiieroi j. nenry sTE1N.BrKv. of Covincton. met 11. RIeh'd P. Bland. P 4. Jas N. Rurnes, D Work. Tlie proceedings pending before with serious injuries the other night.,. In 5. William Warner. It 12. William J. Stone.D. CoiutnLssioner Shields weie then dismissed. C. John T. Heard, P. stairs she accidentally slipped iU William H.Wade.It A reporter was permitted to see the in- coming down 7. John E. Hutton, P. 111. Wm. Dawson, P. she dictment found by tlie United States Grand and was unable to stop herself before NEnilASKA. against William S.Warner and J. Hen- reached the lower floor. She has suffered Jury 1. Arch.J. Weaver, Ri3. G. W. E. Dorsey, It. ry Work and Ferdinand Wanl, charging severe internal injury, and it is even fear2. James Laird, If in defrauding ed they may prove fatal. NEVADA. them "A ith complicity 1. Wm. Woodburn. R.. TiiEState Department has a report from the Marino National Bank. It is a lengthy NEW HAMPSHIRE. document, and contains eicht counts, each one of the officials in JGermany, showing 1. MartlnA.Haynes.If t2. Jac'bll.Gallingcr.rt. of which charges Ward, Warner and Work the prices of Kentucky tobacco in Germany NEW JERSEY. with either abstracting or misapplying un- since 1S79. Tbe price has steadily increased 5. Wm. W. Phelps. If 1. George Hires. It lawfully funds belonging to tiie Marine from $10.35 per 100 kilograms in 1S73. to 2. James Buchanau. It 6. HcrmanLchlbacb.R. bank, or conspiring and aiding iu such un3. Hobert S Green. P. 7. Wm. McAdoo, P Sl.e0 in 1SS4, while the prices of nearly lawful acts. 4. Jas. N. PIdcoek, P. grade of tobacco have faJLlen 1. B. 2. .1. It. Murphy, P. II. Henders W. E Fuller, It 11. T. Fiedcnck. P. J. P. Weaver, G.-- J. Hall, P. IOWA. I 7. E. II. Conger. It. D. f. W. P. Hepburn, n. It S. J. L) man, If If If If If If -- If v. 25. Hon. Elmer E? read a iper on the position Exclianze taken bj the Chicago Llvc-Stoc-k toward national legislation relal'ue to contagious diseases before the National Cattle s' Association yesterday. and He suggested tlie appointment of a national committee to foster proper national legislation to protect the cattle industry in all of its' branches. Irus Coy, of Chicago, read a papar on the tame subject, in which he expressed deeded opposition to bill, now iu operation, the Animal-industr- y as calculated to create trouble In tlie cattle industry. Instead ot lasting benefits, inasmuch a, tlie industry Is practically at the mcr.-- of veterinarians given to making sensational repoUs of the existence of when nothing more dan genius than lung tever, the result of overdriving, is in sight The Committee on l'cso'.utions recommends that a committee be appointed to draft a bill to be submitted to Congress m the name ot tho association, providing for the appointment by the President of tho United btatcs of a coitimision of fm to and practical whom full power shall begiven to re 'ul.ite the quarantine and treatment of cattle, even to tho extent of the purchase and destruction of infected herds, under tlie supervision of the Commissioner of Agriculture. Advocated. WnsiibuTn St. - Lori't.-Xo- Horse-Grower- JosEi-Dwfokth. an estimable citizen of Louisville, died a few duys ago. aged ninety-tyears. hree James C Fonu. a member of the Penden-ni- s Club, of Louisville, dropped dead while in his room at the Coleman House. of heait disease, quickened by dissipation A sTot k company comjiosetl of W. Willis Reeves, James Mitchell.Nuthan Barclaj and otitis, have bought the Ztenio-cnt- t of Rowling Green. Mr. Barclay assumes the editorial tripod and Mr. Ioring Gaines business manager. It will continue to advocate the tenets of Democracy. a At Paducah Kufus Robinson, aged thirteen, was pushed by a companion into a ditch in pla . His" neck was broken, kill" ing him instuntl) . bffdge;ii 103 feebqv The Henderson " " low water mane. A little child by the name of Baker, whose parents reside in Clinton House alley, Covington, was horribly burned a few days' ago by its clothes catching fire. It is feared that it w ill not recover, s At the colored people's convention held Til Lexington a few days ago they elected Prof. W J .Simmons President of their permanent organization; memorialized the Legislature, asking a colored teachers" normal school; resolved in favor of enforcing their rights on juries und in railroad trains; resolved in favor of a constitutional convention; and telegraphed condolence to ( k, New-YorIDu-lany. " Mrs. Hendricks. B. Fknk Moonn. lottery swindler, wanted in Illinois, was taken at Uarrods-burg. pleuro-piieunion- ia -- SriT was brought the other dny in tho Circuit Court at Covington, by S. B, Wilson, administrator of F. W. Berger. against tbe Kentuckj Central Railroad for 40,000 damages. It is alleged thut Berger was an employe of the road. and that in an accident on September 15 he received injuries from stock-breede- rs rs I- If If If nt dry-goo- k, "l c T-- mast have faith in his wood-pilhope m a bright future and charity that reaches out beyond delinquent sub- . r'"-ianope aim ciinniv com prise the most ditiicult tripartite alliance there is in this world to ,t.. Mth. Baker City (Ore.) e, ,. newspaper-ma- n II. G.Buileigh, R Perry Rclmont, P' 2. Felix Campbell. P 19. JohnSwlnburne,R. la). George Wc-- t, It 3. D. It James, If 4. P. P. Mahoncy, P. '21. F. A. Johnson. If (2J. A. X. Parker. If S. A. M. Bl'ss. P. 23. J. T. Spnggs, D 0. NIch. Mullcr. P- - 24. JohnS. Pindar, l). 7. John.1. Adams. D8. T. J. CampbcP. BS 23. Fnink Hiscock. R 2i5. S. (i Millanl, If - Jos. Pulitzer, D. 27. S. E. Payne, It 10. A. S. Hewitt, D 11. T. A Mcrriman, P. JK. John Arnot. P 12. A. R. Powdney. P. 20. Ira Davenport, It 30. Chas. S. Baker. It 13.E.L Vlele. P. 11. W.G.Stahlnccker.D 31. John G. Sawjer. It 32. J. M. Farqubar, R- 15. Lewis Beach. D 33. John R. W ebcr. It 16. J. II. Kctcham. It 37. J. G. Llr.dsley, It 34. W. L. Sessions, It 1. 118. NEW YORK. NORTH CAROLINA. 6. R. T. Bennett D P 7. J. S. Henderson, D. 2. J.E.O'Hara,R 8. W. H. H. Cowles,D. W. J. Green, P V. T.J- - Johnson. D. 4. Wm. R- - Cox. P Held, D. 5. 1. T. G. Skinner. a Ja7w. off in that time. 1'oUonous Stocking. A compant has been organized at LouisNew York, Nov. 23. Dr. Cyrus Edsot, ville, with a capital of $100,000, to operate of the Sanitary Bureau, was informed sevgold mines at Gold Hill, North Carolina.days ago that a number of children eral Willie Hcum, of Louisville, aged I welve poisoned imby wearing had been years, has been missed from home for(sgrae.:l of bright red time.' He was in tho habit of readin-- r flashy, ported woolen tocfc ln color. The legs of the children were cheap novels and play cow-b- oy covered with a rash which indicated papers and with his comrades. It is believed he has that the dye used in the stockings gone West to kill Indians and buffaloes. contained antimony. Dr. Edson ascerAt Louisville Chas. Luna, forty yeurs tained that the stockings were made tit Sax- Waller, the Health Department old, and an employe of a spoke factory in ony. ft0chemist, anal) zed tlie coloring matter and tho southern part of the cityx staggered found that the d)e contained enough anti- and fell into a ditch which held two feet ot mony and arsenic to injure the skin of a water, the other night, aud next inonuBg child. - The antimony, Dr. Edson suited, he was found dead. ? wa? used to set the color and keeps it fron turnip is the boast of Boyd A washins vt. t t County. TEN'-rou- every other v Saac-ltriu- h. K. v3a5 3 Ss.'J IV - T s V' , vrJ u? HW r- V 3 4 w & I ft f 1 t 4 i4 - rolltlcs Too Mnch for ITlm. JK3CU EVaESJEVST OOEEXXjID Granite Tests. 'TVAS EVER THUS. THE YALLER DOG. heartaches, and the A lady ou Fifth Avenue. Kew York. nun.'tiliniis nlmnt .bnot exactly nches and by ths tkle of tremulous TAiaMGiys SERMON. summoned a doctor: the sick Whooping Cough, Tho winter clays are near at hand Ills Soaring Ambition, mid the DiMiurl Comparative tests of the jrranito of quickly doctor, mv husband is nnnrlr- deiul. Coughs, Croup belonging to him ti.1 thtfi8laa to prayer! nh. When silent !v through all the Ianl Vate It ISroiislit I'pon lliui. child's cradle and by the couch of this one help the other clerks in their ?&1,? New England and Minnesota, instituted Ho attended a caucus last night. He made The snow will full: fully grown. The neighbors often noticed This jailer dog I have by Its dazzling wh'tencss all around Prof. Winchell, with a view to deter- "Ei'Eeod.Ortlio',Stago" tho Brook--';je,- :- The first will be a prolonged'noS. ent J . how tired she looked, and old acquaintin mind Will dr.ft above thofiozcn ground. he will be poorer at sixty than t tw Was bom in 'SI, Deep over alt mine their crushing strength, exhibit tor ha looks nearly dead." ance. hardly knew her in the street, but Themo. J I lyn Frcnclior's And in the State of The other will bo a merchant . complaint she waited and toiled some surprising differences. The pieces. rhen the younj; toer hto will make Indolence is the cause of ore allarQS ,n without hard ' And in a narrow cutter take He first beheld the and ondured and accompished all these employed for tho purpose were two- - tor .James McCanlay's election." nil occupations than you have ever suspectDrama or i:vrry-D.- y sun. His irirl to rldo; The And she will laturh, blithe and jocose inch cubes unpolished, and, crushed be- - ' "Ho will get well, madam I He his n ed. People are too lazy to do what they years. Life ana the Character It DcicI- Ocncnth the hutlalo suugsted close ' for an' di3eas?. lf he worked for The children nro out in tho world, an The way that pup took on and grew twecn wooden cushions, the average can dp, and want to undertake that whicU Succeed and Up to his side. ops WUrJSoiue parents. And got to be a do;? of life tney honor to themselves and their any mun. strength of twenty specimens of Minne- they can uot do. In the drama Would warm the heart of political life, of short or long duration, "'t Others JlfirraMy Fall. illness -Meanwhile at home his iized lath- ar Unless ho was a hos. sota granite was found to bo 93,272 js VOry exhausting, as is evident from tho don't want to be a common soldi"" carry- After a while the mother's last 5 Er will, to shovel out a path, Children and grandchildren, comes. falcon-- ' pounds, or 26,318 pounds per square threat mortality which prevails among ing a halberd Thedr ft attack: s the stage. or a He cut his teeth withfrom afar, come softly itito SSj And while Love holds the youth in thrall oenaiorij.iijruce, In a recent sennon delivered by tho Uev. er, or a mere attendant, and so JounBe inch; crushed between steel plates, the public a wink. out to see Tho woor o'd man at homo will al- fca DeJVitt Talmago at the Brooklyn Taber-- 1 about the scenes till thev shall be called to room one by one, for she is too Sho runs hor strength was 104,800 pound,. -got a average Mosi break his hack. His tall soon a i naclc, lie anuounced.ns the subject fit his be a Macreqdv or a Junius Brutu Bootn. more than one at a time. Sotn't cille Juuniat. curl: " 00,-- w 'uuiiiu iu me square men 01 0 - rnt a crossing, 1 round ir. witntn. of dying finger lovingly through their hair, Off the Stage," taking They say, "Give me discourse "Hissed surface. The average obtained for the who eyed me up nnu uown in a surprised .nd ho had sand the part of Tunon, GEORGE'S TRIAL. and tell them not to cry and that sho is enough to give Oho following as his text: samo number of specimen of Xew Eng- way, remarking: .Alliens, rather than that ot,"l,," " ' Why, Senator, how well you look I' going now, but they will all meet agani in A Ilrform in Which All Younc Mcu C?m American ( Indian. Most any dojr a Men' shall clap tlierlinnds at lilin nn 1 shall be land granite was 59,785 pounds, or 1 steward." "Let mo Well, I feel pretty well,' 1 answered." and whirl. hiss him out of hi plucc Job, xxvil, O. Tiicm r.VRrjrri Minulil lie Interested. beline, the KinS. rather than Fisanf the a littlo while in a better world, bless then pounds per square inch. The age The doctor uttered an Incredulous reply, and kisses them good by and "Good This allusion seems to lie dramatic. Tho servant." After aw hil thev't by some ac of Minnesota granites is arch.un; that when the Senator frankly told him, in an"George!" Her voice was low and soundTATCF1 IIT TIMT! The owner of this jailor doir such allusion. cident of prosperity or circnrastance3' Set keep you, my dear child I" The day of tho Bible more thaironce make of New England granites is not defin- swer to an inquiry, that it was Warner's Tailors Chemise Rcsiiy of Sweet Gja and Meia. Looked on with pride aud giro. ed very pathetic as she spoke, "George, ' a fear clergyobsequies comes, and thooiticmting f.ljeS-eAnd never seemed to have Fr.ul says: "We are made a theater (or in the place for whi'-- they have no quali( um frvm streeof the fBracnamf crow. itely known. jV. Y. Sun. safe euro which accomplished for him I love you dearly madly, but you initst Of future miseree amiMaed vdtt a tea mdt what the profession had failed to do. Sen- lag In the i Jtii. the. ul fields, for ale by irumltba spectacle) to angels and to men." Tho fication. Ami very hoon, if the num bo a man tells tho story of wifely and motherly U dros Mullein r'untof on eartti ator Bruce says his frionds aro very much du near, rents and Sl o jxTbottl. ' ' 'theater is so old that no one can fix the merchant, he is going around asking his endurance, nnd many hearts sentiment, reform." dog he bit hundred tramps, That " lu" Athyitn. Oa. 1VAL.T.EIE Jl. T.VY1.UK. "Reform, my darling," lie returned, as an A Powerful t. date of its birth. Archdochus, Simonides creditors to compromise for ten centson and in Heaven echo tho And At a hundred tights. for and Solon, who wrote for it dithyrambics, the dollar. Of, if a clergyman, be iijmak--iu- g and as sho is carried off the stage expression of surprise shot athwart his And he was always readv o' nights. .kutml 'li TlafaitA4 PATTERNS OF ANY SIZE. The c.itg which prowled .. .. - .. - lived about tX50 or TOO years before Christ. this mortal life there are cries ingratitude- of of nur uajcsiy b snip owauow, mc nri UYerwu:"SiT' tirade against the UNPARALLELED OFFER I It is evident from the text that some of the churches. Or, if an attorney,'byJunski.u-fu- l of "faithful unto death, sho hath Indeed, ho got his of an entirely new type of fast, heavily ole remaining Dakota is the roim ricTouiAi. iwuaokapus. theater-goer- s were known in Job's time, nose eo high. case 'n done what she could, while overpowering paradi-- e in management ho loses of vessels, was successfully rmartcr section And felt so uwful armed gun because in the text ho describes an actor which widows and orphans are .robbed all the voices of earth ami Heaven is the Puck.l this Western world. Jt is no uncom launched from the building slip at slick. from hissed off the stage. Tho impersonator of their portion. Or, if a PhysJ" plaudit of the God who watched her I. for a whole Dakota That ho just wanted Shcerness Yard recently. The Swallow mon thing on one end of a potato comes ou tho boards, and, either through cian, ho by malpractice gives Ms pafirst to last, paying: "u ell, none, rood family to sit for to see Of all tho Magazines;, t ; thou hast ben faithlack of study of the part he is to take pr in- - tient rapid transit from, 4S&wor ever aud Something ho is the largest gun vessel fees iubuilt for while the other is roaating in the fire. Illustrated trlth Original Stttl Engrtiv or other incapacity, the audience to the next. the royal navy, being 208 of ful over a few things, 1 will make thee length, Wo hatch our own wild gee-- -, of Mich iii'js, I'hotO'jriicurea unit Oil Pleturrs. couldn't lick. 28 feet in breadth, with a displacement are offended, and express their disappro" Dmoret"s cor v Miizai' nreietjT''c pa- ruler over many things. Enter thou into life these people and Southern Eri v'oopoa turdrr.eatl' m tLe h'.Mtrtoltt Klfctioa A was a balmy. Juicy of 1,040 tons. Sho is unarmored, but dimensions that Eastern It bation and disgust flrt by them for f it t;itr-- - ulustrated "a tc (ukteo !fraitnitnt la tience, out of money, out offifiendg, out of the jov of thy Lord." tenderfeet unliable to day, attempting by great clapping of hands to everything. The go to the Uu? ranstxr. r- any t!th sls niiuaftirturrrt.1 ButVhat becamo of- tho father of this her vital parts are protected by a steel vin'ed hippopotami, on lakes of or g Mibvribers r l'arcfr;rr cendlnit tb ;, And not a leaf drown out what and that failing keep out of it by runtiin,: in debt to all the household He start- -l out" as a young deck running throughout the ship. One cologne. We twetet 5tn.; far rortige. w..l c?tre br return Aid. a and there blowcd. acd kind to stop the performer, they put their tongue grocery and dry gouds stores that will man in business and bad small income, of her chief characteristics will be a wall up for veils the holes from which rcapkie pan. ne of Um le tie rnter. thtj aty ttlett, from the HisM cOBtalstag When Fomething henved in sight adoivn n , against their teeth and make terrific high rate of speed, it being intended to w- pull, with' steam derricks and 1,S00 The dut bekiercd road. trust them. People begin to wonder when and having got a little ahead, sickn?ss in ONLY TWO DOLLARS e until he disappears behind tho cur- the curtain will drop on theifcene. After the family swept it all away. He went lit her with machinery of cot pttrcs, of t'uti our radishes and indVlml toe 'xl. twelve fa.l rr var. k,. n something1 was a "Men shall clap their bauds at him awhile, leaving nothing but their complitain. Ono power. Her armament is of .1 iuot beet.- -, and make through all the busine panics of forty and circus Sesdwcr.tv ctnt f rhf nrnni nuabtr with Pttern showman, and w .. ctrta ?'y istscrlbe. fct a and shall hiss him out of hi place." ad powerful description, consisting of eight tents of our "turnip rinds. Wo put rock- Cft:?oD a 1 ments to pay their doctor, unlertaker and years, met many losses nnd suffered mans gtt tea Uae3 t's t.j. : My text suggests that each one The 'tothcr was a g guns, eight ers under our empty h steel of us is Gabriel Grubb, the grave dijfer, they dis- - betrayals, but kept on trusting in God, s and use St., NewYcrV. bear: 3q iiput on tho stage of this world to take some appear. Exeunt: Hissed J3 '"" "Bf' Gardner nnd NordcnfeltMchine whether bu iness was good or poor, setting 'aj them for cradle-- . Cuinnel 'Tut." Do- - V C v t L I Nrreie3";rsitdPctinstn. IIH The first wns taking part. McCullough, the actor recently Thuml) and spar torpedoc.--. Sho will be. hl through his children a good example, giving them Others fall in the drat',ir nan. Under mi: Hammhu (Your 'tothur one was no and her total co-- t is estimated Tue' mat a11 the best of counsel, and never a prayer did I'tito tho county fair. ; buried, occasion more certainly appointed demonstrated selfisho""- - sea. to appear as Spartacus, or tho rivers empty int- the oh any at 50,000. X. Y. rost. all the roads Iih offer for all those years but they were In New Zealand, recently, an Engf nco as a hungry pusr shoots across a This yaHor dog ho saw Edwin Forrest as King Lear, or Charlotte of emolument eiid't their door, and they mentioned in it. Ho is old now and reallish woman committed suicide by throwAid at dinner time. "Reform, pet! that bear Uujjlunan as ileg Alcrnlies, or John Kem-bl- e rather all the nlimes .of honor for their izes ft can not bo Ioiir before he must quit ii ave I not reformed? 1 have stopped z i ing herself into a hot spring. When A Strange Case of Hypnotism. When half a mile as Macbeth, or Cooio as Richard III, brow. Thev kelp no one, encourage no all these scenes: but be is going to leave and drinking, and what more can tho bodv was discovered it was found away. ns Othello, than you and I are exJ A strange occurrence is reported from that the lle"di had been boiled away from one, rescue nc. one. "How bis a pile of his children an inhentnii e of prayer and askr' And ho did lick his pected to take some special and particular money can J get" "How much of the Christian principles whn-l- i all th defalca"George," she persisted, sweetly, while IJirkdale, near Southport, England. A the bones. bloody chops. part iu tho great drama of human and im- world can I absorb?.'rare the chief ques- tions of earth can never touch, and, as ho the lit up her eyes like a calcinn And to hlinsolt" did retired sea Captain named Clarke, living mortal life. Through what hardship and tions. They feel about the common people goes out of this world, tho Church light at a melodrama: "The collar thattou say: in Upper Aughton Road, was seized Tho most famous artist in Belgium, suffering and discipline these ni lists went as the Turks felt toward the Asapi, or of God blesses him, nnd tho poor ring his wear is out of style. It stands up and tho front corners tutu over. George, my ltie; "Wen, hero Is luck and no mblakc. by a fit and apparently expired. A doc- who is without hands, paints with hi year after year that they might be perfect- coram in soldiers considering them of no door-beto see if he is nny better. And tor was called, and he examined the feet. He possesses great power and ed in their parts, you havo often read. ue except to fill up the ditches with their his grave is surrounded by a multitude that collai must 20. La-- t night Chaiie If And durn mv yu'ler I don't wako that object up. his toes. was down here, nnd he wore aditTerjnt But we, put on tho stage of this life to repThen tins 'ere dog he ltesl man and pronounced life to be extinct. nicety of touch with dead bodies while the ether troops walked who went on foot and stood there before George, my own if of F w pp:e are aware how easily H!dge' Food caa resent charity and faith and humility and over them to take the fort. After awhile the procession of carriages came up, as kind onlycollar; and oh, much less it prided He could not givo a certificate, but reyou knew how be prepared. A housekeeper neej n:ver e at a on "I'll make of it a to- ferred tho friends to tho police. Two helpfulness what little preparation we this prince of worldlysaccess is sick. The some say there will be no one to take his iny cheek, you would Tor Jccrt. if t!.ercl a can of Kldse'a Food always In J " The Draft Horses of France. tal wrick thelioasc Keclpes for Pciingt. Custard and Blanc liave made, although we have three galler- only interest ooiety has in his illness is place, and others say, "Who will pity me Mange with each can. IUdsro's Food Is nowtertbT I'll wallop It o oiiiccrs were called in and full particu But George was no longer there. He Rrocers. DrusRls'a a.waya eelllt. bad While somo people in America call many etze cheapest regular family me. Four sixes. of spectators, earth and heaven and the effect that his probable decease may now" and others roniark, "Ho shall be had rushed madly out into the pale ies lars taken for tho information of the Ho. i for That, even If its life And hell. Have wc not been more attentive to have on the money markets. Afand was breathing ows of vengetce held in everlasting remembrance." coroner, when something caused a all horses imported from France Noris saved. the part taken by others than to the part ter awhile he dies. 'Twon t pay to live, as the drama of his life closes, all the vo- on Charlie's head. Such little things till Lawyers. Great newsdoubt in tho mind of one of tho consta- man, it is a fad that there is no breed the hedad:" taken by ourselves, and while we needed to paper how ciferations, and bravos and encores that sometimes ruflle a man's temper. bles, and he tried to restore animation. in Franco called by that name by the announce , hnvc been capitals I be looking at homo and concentrating on he started with nothing and ended over shook the amphitheaters, aud tho Rambler. The master of this For some time it was ineffectual, but with catarrh LLi -name, Norman, years. H became for 505 tho jailer doir chron a7.7?CUi nMWra own we have cur Origin of Club NaiiiK. been with everything. Although for sake of Dmry Lanes, and the Coveut Gardens, nnd duty, was brought round, French people; Sot thero aud took ultimately tho man ! is purely American. The ic, and extended to tr.y !&7f criticising the other performers and appearance some people put handkerchief the- Haymarkets, and the Coliseums of and now is very little worse for his ex- therefore, " It was curious," remarked Fogg, It in: throat, can ?lns hoarse- saying And as he saw tho perience, though ho narrowly escaped principal breeds of France are known ness and great dIScnKy "that "was too ihigh" or to the eye, there 'is not one genuine tear earthly pectacle, were feeble and tame tho new Boston club received its nane. ptato of things "too low" or "too feeble" or 'too shed betweoi Central'Park and he Batcompared with the long, loud thunders of "Why, bow was that?" asked two or t&ee death for want of attention. X. Y. as Percherons and Boullanais. The In speaking. I also, to! 2. Ho grinned an aw I extravagant" or "too tame" or "too tery or between Brooklyn Heights and approval that shall break from the cloud of Pcrcherons are tho most highly prized of a great extent, lost the j Post. ait grin. you see," said Fg. the boys. "Why, hearing and of gallery of the demonstrative," while wo are making ourall French races, and all departments f case ofBy Brooklyn Hill. The heirs sit up all night of witnesses in the piled-ti- p remoutlilr; It Whcu that 'cro man the use cf8 tante. selves a dead failure and preparing to be while ho lies in state, discussing what tho heavens. Choose ye lietween the lifo that removing Ills cigar, and then is said that a company has been of France go to tho Pcrche for stallions lily's Cream Balm nil It and that 'cro leisurely pufts: "whyyou stage, for a breeds. Tho dropping of mucous! ignomlniously hissed off tha'stago? Each old fellow has probably done with his shall close by being hissed off the formed, in New York City, for securing to improve their local bcir 3ee the members were sitting around the ta Wero nigh unto one is assigned a place; no supernumer)uro milk by a new process. Fresh, Percheron stnd book of France, pub- has cased and tr.y; money. It takes all the livery stables and the lifo that shall close amid the acclatho gate. ft" aries hanging around the drama of life to within two miles to furnUh funeral equipmations supernal and archnngelic. Tho owner of tho pure milk, made in localities where feed lished under the authority of the French rolcc and bearing hare j i prcatly Improved. J 4K-:,- yallcr dog O men and women on the stage of lifo li. 4 take this or that or' the other part, as he is cheap, is canucd, .bottled and corked Government, is the only stud book of J as. W. Djltidsox. At &&? age, and all tho mourning stores aro kept MA. He could no longer may be called upon. 2o one can take our busy in selling weeds of grief. The stoneimmany of you in the first act of the drama, hordes that is or ever has been pub- torney at law Hon--! draft when hrst drawn from the cow, and wait. HAY-EEVplace. VTo can take no other place. Aye, cutters send in proposals for a monument. and others in the second, and somo mediately heated in water or steam, lished in France, and now contains the mmith. Til. A pedijrrces of about 5,000 animal. But use. particle Isapplled Into each notrIltl8meanie to Stuboy I" he cr.ed, in loudest voice, it is not the impersonation of another; we The minister at the obsequies reads of the of you in tho third, and a few in atboth being under the pressure of the Sendfor wi I'rtcrTiileeutstiTmallorBtDropKifts. Go in, my lighting Jim: ouselve are the real Merchant of Venice, resurrection, which makes the hearers fenr the fourth, and here and thero one mosphere. It is then cooled, after somo importers aro offering ccrtiticates circular. ELY nwj l' . L ln ntC Oil This is tho chance for which wo ve ached ; NV DILIO? or tho real Shyloei, the real filial Corwhich it may be kept a year without un- from France cf Norman draft horse-Go All him to the brim!" that if the unscrupulous financier does come in thu fifth, but all of you between These Discs delia or tho real cruel Regan, the real up in the general rising he will try to get entrance and exit, and I quote to you as dergoing any change. Heating destroys that mav mislead people who do not represent j HiJiWtt And Ushtmg Jim he l'ortia or the real Lady Macbeth. The a corner on tombstone and graveyard the jwroration of .this sermon, the most all germs, and bottling prevents all con- understand tho French language into made u rush. tragedian of the playhouse, at the close of fences. All irood men are clad that the suggestive passage tlint Shakspeare ever believing theso records of origin. Not nection with the out&idc air. Should tho ' f3 j 3o?SM Ami tackled to that wMkj&3 the third sceno of the fifth act, takes off moral nuisance has been removed. The wrote, although you never heard it recited. contains a pedigree. bear. the new method provo equal to the ex- ono of them opposite! And growls of twenty different sorts the attire of Gonzalo,or Edward Mortimer, AVall street speculator are glad because The author- - has often been claimed as an at the request of pectations of the projectors it will work They aro furni-he- d Arose to split tho air. or Henry V., and resigns the character in there is more room for themselves. The infidel and atheist, so the quotation shall sides of a revolution in tho milk business of the American buyers by tho secretary of 4L1SSS .which for three hours he appeared. But heirs are glad because they get possession be not only religiously helpful toourselv.es. nut nover more will country. X. Y. Tribune. one of tho French Agricultural soc'n B. H. DOUGLASS & SONS' jnllcrdop tvenqrer put oil our character, and no of the tics, who says there is no intention of inheritance. Stropping but grandly vindicatory of the great greater error A W"t7?rr'"$ V change of apparel can make us any one every feather of all his plumes, every cerbook form, as Y,K1 dramatist: ,.'1JL make; The once mighty Euphrates seems publishing them in stud and aro of no for Coughs, Colds aril Soro Throats, on V ' r . elsa than that which we eternally are. thev havo no pedigree "In the name of God, amen. I, Williem Alleviator of Consumption, and of preat tificate of all his stock, every' bond of all be a likely to disappear altogether, accordThere'll Fost No The Wiutixo on" thi: A benefit in most cases of Dyspepsia. in Many make a failure of their part in the his '3 It i a well known every dollar of all his Shakespeare, of simpler Job q , (BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.) ing to tho Times of India. For some valtio whatever. man gives for a horse 41 drama of life through dissipation. Tbey fortune, he departs, and all tho rolling the County of Warwick, gentleman, m per- Bill. ui'ui i;jiii uuuvi- - vears that what a They e thorcsu"t of over ytxn' erpctlccca past tho river banks below Bab-lo- n fact take. .JOUOH ItEHEDIXS. memory (God be praised), of a tho ui havo enough intellectual equipment and of Dead March in Saul, and all the pafect health and have been giving way so that the over from $500 to $600 purityprice J'etHll price 15 rent prr iarter pounJ. ble, each one thinking with all his might of blood; do make this my last will and testament good address, and geniality unbounded. geantry of his interment, and all the for roll S?.VLi: KY AM. name for the club. It In sUtoen seconds by stream spread out into a marsh, until good grade is paid appropriate able to give But they have a wine closet that contains in manner and form following: First, I for an very quiet that tho servant outildo seller is of sarcophagus, and all tho exthe watch was so steamers could not pass, and only a nar- and where the pedigree not tho animal That jailer dofr was rls?5"S3a of all the forces for their social and business travagance of epitaphology can not hido commend my soul into tho hands of God, thought the ccntlemeu had all gone home. row channel remained for tho native tho recorded ST" dead. value, he and mural overthrow. So far back as 959 tho fact that my text has come again to my Creator, hoping and assuredly believAt all uvents, he suddenly opened the dour, Aud that 'cro bear was boats. Now this passage is becoming sold as evidonco of additional o rA. thc-Jesr.s and addrosimr his "Tviiiir Edgar of England made alaw that tremendous fulfillment: f "With facts EsvJESHi tJHssf within proudly off. right to "Men shall clap ing through the only merits of obliterated, and unless matters improve has no him, no ask it. A scnttchfnj? of his words: All gone. should have pins fastened their their hands at him and shall hiss him Christ, my Saviour, to bj made partaker tho drink-cup- s intelligent man will buy uttered before a 5 BE? head. tho towns on tho banks will be ruined, 4 wan m Qulnn'"' It chio like an Inspiration.. It of life everlasting." Then follow the beFranco inih-sat a certain point in the side, so out of the place." and the famous river itself will be swal- ji horso imported from pedigree in full W2 g fc tho very name for whiih all ere Ar.d quests and the signature, "By me, William that the iudulger might bo reminded ho is recorded with his you see nnd realize. You see the clapping comes before the Pwdby the bit manufacturer? thus lowed up by the descrt- searching. It was immediately ami unanihanirs to stop before he got to the liottoin. But his. The world cheers before it damns. Shakspeare." "Witnesses to the publishNo mam r whore yon bo. in the Percheron Stud Book of Franco. ami mcirau-rar' m tho wTsrlJ. rullm Collyns, Jesse Shaw. John mously voted that the new club hliould be That it don't alius pay a chap ing hereof, F. there ere no pins projecting from the So, it is said, the deadly sap tickles beA CanotvO.. A llac.im Oir--To air his umteo BsU,u Tnmutiitt. I' ' Ae. The Florida Medical and Surgical bides of the modem wine cup or fore it stings. Going up is he? Hurrah ! Itobinsou, Hauiiiet Sadler, Robert Whatt-cott.- " "Tho Algonquin." At the Nw Never fetop at the church door to ak ' Journal says that this year consumpIt 'n beer mug, and tho first point at which Stand back and let his galloping horse SB And sometimes it is for tho best about the music, In choir within LoAl daretliom: rnaJe withcf over j .V Material lUnVrencr. a. testin? strain To iso a let tie slow. tives arc seeking localities apart from t'lliim. millions stop is at the gravelly bottom of dash by, a whirlwind of. plated harness Two Texas gentlemen were talking about And let some other critter have S600SOrARK the thickly populated cities. Many of their own grave. A sort o" fnir.sh show. and tinkling headgear and arched neck. TO A ITII.rn S. Y. S4.11. of the YounBChlpiiewa Who traits of character in families. them aro going to the high pine lands Tnn Northern Pacific Railroad Compnny Dr. Sax, of Prance, has recently discovI ' 4 1:- J.-Drink deep of his Maderia and Cognac. The Parentage West Point C.idetsliip. members of the same "It b surprising how AVanli. ii in the central and western parts of the issue several illustrated pamphlets and Pro9ucr ered something which all drinkers ought to Boast of how well you know him. All hats land maps for free distribution TWO GOLD MEDALS. Washington Cor St. Paul Prcs tamily can bo so totally different as is freState, these bein peculiarly adapted to which contain valunblo information con IjmJ, S.. VrsOr'rr-TEAGER TO ADVISE. know. He has found out that alcohol in off as he passes. Bask for days and years trrM.l.!AV quently the case." t- There is quite a romantic story surroundthis class of invalids on account of their cerninRtbe rich agricultural and crazing xrndliN rd ar.'il - f Vflt f every shape, whether of wine, or brandy in tho sunlight of his prosperity. Going HMkj "To "what particular case do you refer?'' Gems of Thought Callrit Out bj ing the young Chippewa Indian whom RUSSIA C'ESET CO., Uioucener, drv atmosphere and equable tempera- country traversed by tho line through or beer, contains parasitic life called down, is he: Pretend to be nearsighted so Home. "1 am thinking of the two sous of Jt'dge Governor Ramsey has brought to Wash ture. But even thorc patients must live Minnesota. Dakota, Montana. Idaho. "Was- No bacillm potunianise. By powerful microI'ennybunker." that you can not see him as he walks past. c hington and Oregon. Tho publications conRone to Gut Off Horses' Manes uvV It is laughable to witness the satisfaction circumspectively and temperately. scopes these living things are discovered, When men ask you if you know him, halt ington as a piece of ethnological tain a synopsis of the United States land Celebratra " i:i l.IIVsE" IIAIV "As far as I know there is very little dif- and interest will: winch four or five hunwho This young and when you take strong drink you take and hesitate as though you were trying to lows bv which Government lands can bo Kit nml lllCIUI.i: Comlilncil, ference iu their ways and manners. They dred people watch the antics of a balky can not be silppedby nny hone. Samsecured free under the homestead them into your stomach, and then into call up a dim memory, and say. "Well, is a magnificent specimen of the American both seem to be drunk most of the time." On a train from Naples to epiint i.t. Such an culture acts and the terms Indian, stands six feet one inch tall, tawny and your blood, and getting into tho crimson "Yes, that" true, but there is a great dif- horse on a crowded highway. I once did know complexion,' with black eyes and tawny reaching the latter city at ono of salo oftimber lands, tho rates of faro Fieua.icrioaLjpanoi So!illrallJi fS&sd.JjM yes, I believe railroad unaware ana sode never fails to create a feeling of ference between them, nevertheless." canal of life they go into every tis- him, but have not seen him for a long days ago, nnd freight rates on emigrant movables Maaiery. Special d'fcountHarness to tie Dealers. o'clock in the morning, a few for rrlcc-HtTrade XZT friendship and intimacy among the lookers-on- . "What is it?" sue of your body, and your entire time. Cross a different ferry from the black hair. His mother was a white womand much it was found that thieves had penetrated and household goods mailed freeother infor- J.C LiG:i.ujisE,Ktctfl!ir.N.V. e Day, foran. In 1W7 his father, can never get enough while ad"One ot them mation. organism is taken possession of by these one where you used to meet him, The littlo formalities of lifo aie into the baggage wagon, and, after dress by Tbey nro Chas. B. to nnv Lamborn, addressing came to Washington, and while stopping the other lias always got too mucii." Tca-a- s gotten, and every man's neighbor is Ills nminns infinitpimnl. AVlipn in dtdit-iumurdering the guard, had stolen parcels Land Commissioner, St. Taul, Minn. for financial help. at tho National Hotel became enamored of ask he lest Siftlnyis. brother for the time being. A horse tremens a gman sees every form of When you started life he spoke a good of 12,000 francs, and estern of gold of the value of tho guard was ono of the chambermaids, a very pretty . .. 1TV balked in Chicago, says a mAfln tnrlctn ktnfl IntfQl parareptilian life, it is only these escaped. Tho body word for you at tho bank. Talk down Irish girl. At that time old Unio and the wind paper, and a reiiorter took down the followIt is the man who can't raise Cincinnati cal esro. Ithen bto tSem return again. I ta" J 2h sites of tho brain in exaggerated size. It his credit now that his fortunes are collit. 1ht road tho dlwaM ot FITS, fcl'lLErST found in tho van. who does tho most blowing. . ing utterances from the crowd immediately Day was the most conspicuous chieftain in rr rAIUSOStCKSESSallfe-lotigrtnily- eases lteeacie IirarrantmT is not a hallucination that the victim is lapsing. He put his name on two of your oUjers cjt Merchant Traveler. reraedy to enra tb9 wont assembled: the Northwest. While in Washington a great Mnaai faUtd f no rcawn for not no receiving a cirra. lnfaUlW .suffering from. He only sees in the room notes; tell him that you have changed caeo far a treatise ana Vroe Bottls of my "Twist bis ears." A distinguished Sanskrit scholar, denl that was romantic was told about remedy. Giro Exprejs and foot OiCee. It cot rhat is actually crawling and rioting in your mind about such things and never Rapture, Ilreach'or ITcrnia "Back tho wagon on him." has pcrmanentlv cured or no pay. Tho worst for atrial, and I win curo jnu. Professor Gorbe, of Konigsbcrg, his own brain. Every time you take strong indorse. After awhile his matters come to him, and the girl got the idea tbathe was a Xddrc8eDr.U.O.BOOT.liPearISt..KeTTork. "Twist his tail." very wealthy man. To her simple imagigone on a pilgrimage to Puna ami Ben- cases jptaraiitml! Pamphletand references, drink you swallow those maggots, and a dead halt, and an assignment or sus "1 know what I'd do." stamps. World's Dispensary ares. Ho. will stay about a year in India, two three-ceevery time the imbiber of alcohol in any pension or Sheriff's sale takes place. You nation it seemed a great streak of good "So do 1." Association, 003 Main Street, Bufand study in particular tho Indian phil- Medical Y. fortune to bo able to marry an Indian i shape feels vertigo or rheumatism or nau- say: "He ought to have stopped sooner. "I'd hurry him out of that." W Wscnd torn osophical system. The Prussian Gov- falo, N. m m Deecrlntio and "So'd I." sea, it is only the jubilee of these .maggots. Just as I expected. He made too big a Chief who was reputed to bo worth a I JUraof NORTUXKS PACIFIC ernment has sent him and given him a great sum possibly his millions. "Jerk the reins." Efforts are being made for tho discovery 'COUNTRY, the Fre Gorern-- " "Oh, where shall rest be found 1" asks the plash in the world. Glad the balloon " Let him stand." liberal allowance. white bride was a plump, mcntLcndsand CHEAP RAILROAD' poet. In the dictionary; look among the of some germicide that can kill the parahas burst." Ha! ha! Applause as he went I AunQ In Minnftit !Alc!)ta.lIontana. lass, with a beautiful "Blindfold him." R's. Pittsburgh Chrcnielt. sites of alcoholism, but tho only thing that up, sibilant derision when he came daho, Washington and Oregon. The Et Agricultural. "Begeiitlo witli him," this in feminine auburn hair. This accounts for mule seven feet .nalnjr and Timber Landi now open to Settlers. SEN! Tennessee has a will ever extirpate them is abstinence, to down. "Men shall clap thjeir hands at head of Consumption voice. niHV. AdJrc;?, CHAS. B. LAMBORN, tho tawny shade in young .. -- which high that weighs 1,800 pounds. St. would bo n truthful nameCure" before God swear all these him, and' hiss him out of his place." to pve to Dr. tfirtr land Coraralloner, St. Iaal. Minn.M "Tie a rope around him." black thatch. She went with her Louis Post. young men and old. Medical Discovery," the Pierce's "Golden So high up amid the crags the eagle "Xo, don't." Indian King to Minnesota, and bore him " Show him an ear of corn." most eillcacious medicine yetdiscovered for PIANOS-ORGA- NS America is a fruitful country, and we flutters dust into tho eye v of the roe -- 4fj ono child. General Sanborn, who visited arresting thJ early development of pulmo-nnFrom the National Capital. "Kick ills knees." large quantities of wheat and corn buck, and then with eyes bunded it goes- tho Chippcwas in lfcC8 or 1WJ in company cure' demarit firlnelcproTed SLVSOV.fc'lIAM-I.1" Kecitc poetry to him." " "and oats, but the largest crop we raise in tumbling over the precipice, the great antsays: "Woadmiro wouldtlui.- - But ''consumntion scope of TliP 1'l.V.MWh now ao Urpo tlutaiecoad addiTho 'Washington Tot (Five Spades.) A Farm-Hannot sufficiently indicate tho with Indian Commissioner Taylor, rememhorse to him. hMvimA lmneratlTe. "Hitch another tho stand taken by numerous eminent phy- it innnpnr and usefulness. In all the tion tn ih. f tnrv hna much tnnlD2 a I'lalios.Dotot this country is the crop of drunkards. lers crashing on tho rocks. on tha reoiilre. bers seeing this little boy, then a plump, "No. no." changing tho mode of treatment many diseases wtucn spring irom n urstem. uonuit i.aiaKicue, irec. sicians in , .With sickle made out of the sharp edges of rrcva. .Inir Now, compare some of these goings out healthy child, playing about A Meditation. " Let me take the reins." 0O. For the liver and blood the "Disuc of OKOAXS, sa U. publicly endorsof coughs and colds, and the broken glass of bottle and demijohn of life with tho departure of mail and safe and suro specific. Of all Cath. i:ay Payment, or Kented. "No yon don't." house. The oid chief seemed to 1 doan know why er iiusson wanU ter , ing Red Star Cough Curo becauso it is eff- covery" is a they arc cut down, and ero are whole women who in tho drama of life took the bo living very happy with his Irish MASOH & HAML1H ORGAN AND PIANO COMPANY, "Wisli't lie was my noss tor uoiu cut off er dog's tail. Ef natur hadn't dangerous ingredients druggists. icacious, freo from ,. swathes of them, whole winrows of them; part that God assigned them and then spouse. Tho dinner was of wild rice and a half." wouldn't exIf I ' 146 Wabash Ave, Chicago, III. dog ter hau er tail she nnd without morphia or opium. This " I'd start him." and it takes all the hospitals and peniten"FKEruJEDchalk,"saysa medical jourwent away honored of men and applauded ami, wild duck, excellently cooked wanted do one. It's er pitiful sight ter cents. nal "is a remedy for dyspepsia." 'Wouldn't hab gin him remedy cost3 but twenty-fiv- e cellent tiaries and graveyards and cemeteries to of the Lord Almighty. "Mcbbc you would." andserved, and the visitors were very see er glad dog try ter wag Ids tall wfien " You'd see." hotel milk do just as xrMiPhiladflpMa hold this harvest of hell. Some of you are f chief's house. lie ain't got none. It put me in mine o er It is about fifty years ago that in a compleasantly entertained at the "Wu at I Told My Wife" is tho title of a Call. The horso suddenly walks away; so also g going down under this evil and the f "nvnnn lafhnln f 'iirftTlfW F rillijtlT6 tm! los' bof arms tryin' ter shtko doesths friendly crowd. l'outh's Cohiikui-i"oiparatively small apartment of the city a In one room hnd his man dat hab new book. It is almost needless to say that doairin-nnilinxluie niU'm tacwort caf t4ntirtccjnfort--Al worm of alcoholism has wound newly married pair set up a home. Tho How OFTEf is tho light of the household His fiction ruck. hJAGiMrTrrtifur4rhere&Hothr3Xaa. white people and from his own ban's wid er fricn'. It sutainly tail, a gifts from ... .i t c .v . ... clouded bv signs of melancholy or irrita-bilit- v ..r dns looks ter cut off his around you ono of its coils, and by first guest that was invited in that resi" mat crmnnret uie wm Brjjis. IMuUU . .4fl people displayed on tho walls and tables. tho ladies. Yet they nn tht nart of w D. D. next 2exv Year's Day it will have dence was the Lord Jesus Christ, and the A dar oughter be er law passed ter preterit forltijnr. IK7ltHCIIIKFMAS.Ht.I'anl,Mlnn.l THE MARKETS. aro not ro bo blamed, for they aro tho result was no arrangement of the great sicli cruilncss. fc.t 1 avuz er There another coil around youv and it will, Bible given tho bride on the dayof her es He came into the hotel and legistered: OI niimenis peculiar iu mas sex, wuicu men of things that had been given to him, frn.-- wmilil hah ter take dar ciianc Cincinnati, December I. Iks:.. WiSP after awhile, 'put a coil ' around your pousal was the guide 'of that household. mass know not of. But tho causo may bo re"John Smith, I). D." but medals and saddles and guns and fine rlrfcoiisaio Traveler. . moved and joy restored by tho use of Dr. tongue,ind h. coil around your brain and a Days of sunshine were followed by days of clothes and American flags were all mixed "Hello," said .the clerk, who knew him 1.1 VK STOCK Cattle CommonSl3 ff) frf 4 ,V) ", Choice Ilutehcr ii Pierce's "Favorite Prescription." which. cell around your lungs, and a coil around shadow. Did you ever know a home that up in confusion. After the assassination A Good pjuccetlon. 3 00 (t. 3 35 HOGS Common as a tonic nnd nervine for debilitated womI quite well, "what's the I. I), for?" . vour heart; and somo day this g Portable and 8tlandENCINES IVI tfonary. IllBstrat-3 er f I 3 M en, is certain, safo and pleasant. It is b- Good Puckers for fifty years bad no vicissitude? Tho of by the Leech Lake In& ALLHIZt:v "That's nil right," he replied. "You seem to bo serious this morning; Good to choice 3 () (& 3 T.1 worm will, with one spring, tighten all young woman who left SHEEP Hundreds In u?r. ed Prlc Llat Free. yondallcomparo thegreathcalerof women. IjANK no Doctor of Divinity. house dians, who suspected him of making dealher father's "But you arc lly 4 00 Colonel," said one Missouri gentlcm3nto fc UOPIiEr CO., CINCINNATI. O. 4 :n tho coils at once, and in the first twist of for her young husband's home started out ings with the whites which gave away a another. red in; ft. IT They don't use your kind of timbet to trim GKAIX that awful convulsion vou wiil crv out with a parental benediction and good ad- portion of their lands, Mrs. boy one who saves his W No ' red. A uulpits with." Major, I am puzzled to know what No- - mi.xed "Yes, Corn & 4.V pennies. 'Oh, my God!" and be gone. The greatest vice she will never forget. Jler mother didn't say I was a D. D., did IV" still remained at Swan Lake, choosing Oats No. - in.sed with whom I havo Wir 3i The of dramatists, in the tragedy of the Tem"No, not exactly, but that looks like it" y lu cm tSi 6t, I Iut a ronttlra rtmwly tor ta abort Pore No 2 saidto her the day before the marriage; to live in the land of her adoption, where to do. dealing merchant dunning me every1ms been PiKE'fiTooTnAcncDnors cure Inl minute, 25o licn,4Dd ef cax of u nwortt kind t of Isse Handing pest, sends staggering across the stage "Jfow, my child, yon are going away from she had rank and dominion as tho wife of been HAY Timothy No. 1 "It isn't, tliougn. trooc la my IndMd. lit a VaU past week. I believe I'll iten a .V) beautifies. 23c. a Ibna eared. TWO nomxs FETE, tothr wtta tSrarT, s io ct. day for the TOHACCO Common LurOUnn' Sulphur Soap hcaU and "Wi.li. what do the letters mean?" Stcpbano, the drunken butler: but across. us. Of course as long as your father and the Chippewa King. it.t will ttca Vi WJ t' 13 25 Good Medium;. around and shoot him." I'm marGebxak CortN Kemoveh kHU Corns Bunions. CABLI TRTAT1SK on thl dittu.ta any afr, Olrt Ki D O. Domestic Discipline the stage of human life strong drink I live you will feel PROVISIONS Pork Mess.. 10 25 ft 10 :) cometo tnuwiraiURH. "Don't do that. Colonel. You might Have ried, and dial's our new sign manual." tht vnn can ' A Li'nn to Unci H IVrsoiiH. r,fi t: . Lard Prime steam sends kingly and queenly and princely na-- us at anytime. But ".vour homow-il- l bo. Healway-y. . Ababt does not dissemble.GoodalVs Sun. to pay a tine. Keep on trading with him, jfcrchaiit Traveler. 15 12 & Chicago Times. nUTTEIt Fancy Dairy . . . when he feels holler. i & tures staggering forward against the hollers t mm li to death, 23 Ohio Creamery -T rom rlasfw eisewnere. Jennie Jones is n pretty young lady, ro and if ho don't starve Exchange. ho will kill APPLES-Prit- ne of conspicuity, and then staggering best to serve God. long experience i with f lai I ito CORES WHE1E All tlSt fAltS. The TroorWas ABl"t Hlin. It is very bright County, N. Y. himself." Jftssourf siding at Highland, Ulster Ijr afflicted with Soro Eyes nsoDr.Tsaao per barrel 1 50 POTATOES back into failure, till the world is impatient you now, my child, I Best Cough Kjnin. TastwceoiL.jp and you mny think and is a dressmaker by trade. About a NEW YOKK. v UiVli uwwnu It looked like rain as Mr. Joblittle started AAav"- w.j for their disappearance, and human and you can get along nrrn. without religion, bnthe J. - " K3vf wliiln pmnlnvod in New York. f .V) out of tho house, and he camo back into FLOUR State and Western. .5.1 OJ iv. diabolic voices join in hissing them off tho days will come when will want God ft, Wheat No. ChlcnRO you to m um muj, uu ..en SUB Unless his crop fails the cotton planter stage. the room where his wife was. fEDironiAul No. 2 reil ft. '.'lfi and my advice is. to establish a family her ueincimeu pocket-boocan always give bale. by loaning her a small gone .'. room Corn No. 2 mixed... tti Ot "I thought you hadquietly. dowi. to meet Many also make a failure in the drama altar, and, if .need be, conduct the worship a SeTKloneScstamnlorUteittllABTXANT). and also assisted her across the Oats mixed t: the boys," she said, of life, through indolence. They are al- yourself." The counsel was taken and amount, Miss JoneS gave her name and V cT'.S'rir. POHK BROSCnrns i3 cured br frequent small started, my dear, but it looks like liAHD Mrs? street. "I Western stoani.. ways making calculation how littlo they that young wife consecrated every room in ii r I j TtiIl.I.0TllK0P4:COi.KrnlfllnJJt.;lUon. doses of PIso's Cure for Consumption. " place of residence to tho lady whom she rain." C'HKWOO. You can theu aelrct Miursialnea Tor your "can do for the compensation they get. the house to God. "Ain't you going? Family od Youbk FrIendMilepBuIsixly. hnd befriended, at her request, and thought FLOOR State and Western. ..54 50 ft 5 00 There are more lazy ministers, lawyers, Years passed on anil thera were in that no more of it. A day or two ago Miss "Yes, but I guess I'd better take a waterniiAlN wheat No. 2 red f' VI -, BIGlFFER. ', doctors, niercbauts, artists and fanners home hilarities, bat they were good and Jones received a letter from a Buffalo lawNo.2ChicapoSpriiifr proof along with me." H h WeraUmrWatfln Macfaln., K jinranton . ". Corn No. 2 o. anS "Perhaps you had, my love," she said, than have over been counted upon. Com- healthful, and sorrows, but they were com- yer, stating that, by the death of a wealthy name. ft 41J n Y Oats No 2 ft. 294 inco. Tha National Co.; BT munity is full of laggards and shirkers. I forted. Marriages as bright as orange ironically, and, dear, don't you think you fifty et i of that city, sho was heirewo ,..a ittnr tnko a whisky proof along?" can tell it from the way they crawl along blossoms could make them and burials in lady PORK Mess On 4 1125 and finet toned m ti 11) Themtt rauttrnt thousand dollars. The lady vwo be, ft, ti22 Job concluded that the proof was against IARI Stciiin , luey street, irum iiieiruu unless in meeting which all hearts werariven. They have a queathed the money was the person whom TRADEr7 MARK. ORGANS r.vni. ScndforcatnloRncAddrna Merchant Traveler. BALTIMORE. him. .engagements, from the, lethargies that family loi in the cemetery, but all the place Miss Jones assisted. Weaver Organ IJlMioCot.Torfe.r TXODR Family 500 ?t M . seem to hang the foot when they lift it, to is illuminated with stories of resurrection Proceeding. Wheat-N- o. 2 ft, GRAIN A Useless b metsU. .r.f rce Catalopin of IY)wrt-nin- sf A Bouncing Boy (Tho Editor.) .Al'leaslng Story of Horse. houseFonone Tellera. the hand when they put it up, to the words and reunion. Tae children of 4.i ft. Corn Mixed VJ'i Speaker. DlahroieA K "Well, of all foolishness," exclaimed tho : ?c ft Oats mied Dream BooVn. Deoate. t.HlerTltfr,CMjneli. Clara (Cal.) Journal.l they speak. ISanta when hold that Hyed have, grown up, and they Ann sn New rorfc & KiCKttAt.Kl J)i tfrlO 25 girl's mother, looking up from PROVISIONS Pork-M- ess Judge Billings is the possessor of a youug Two young men in a store. In the morn-Ju- g are all Christtansthe father and mother ,; Itounil to Obey Instruction. Lard Heflned ft. TJ sent C 0. D any. ivizv paper. t 2." fr 4 75 CATTLE First quality aBBja- - AhsGllllcltl the ono gees to his post the last minute leading the ay aad the children followed. horse on which his little son has been in aBa- A I R wbenCw "hoteaTie ndteui :wiefrjiirr Little Jenny's big sister is entertaining the .. ..... .... 4 7? it 5 50 HOGS. ........ .. JETmrtTca and Pofoi. U Co.anFtbas-aChlcagis it, ma?"asked Mildred. of riding in driving the family "What Free from Opiates, JJ.C..StiebI& H or one minute behind. The other is ten What care Jhesaoifeer took of wardrobe tho habit Mr. Skibbers and thinks she can get along INDIANAPOLIS "Tbey are going to wax Cleopatra's minutes before the time, and has his hat and education aad character and manners! cow to and from the pasture. A few days without Jenny's assistance, so she pats inniiailM'rrr,,r,t!,Tcr,fc 0, M Wheat No. 2red J let out tha the rode to the since the HUmHn c. herownphyjlclan. r , and coat hung up and is at his po.it wait- How hard sliesBetimes worked! When cow, and boy taking holdpasture, horso soon little one on the head and says: 33 ft, Corn mled. ne,lWhy. tbat's all riclit, ma " addreM UiaETESMAN. Akrox, Ohio. not of tho 30 one Is over and anon in tho head of "the household was unfortunate Oats mixed.. .... Q ing for duty. The your "Come, little pet, it is time your .eyes "Mildred, 3'ou needn't try to tell X LOUISVILLE wlttraotthp Vnlfe. the afternoon looking at his watch to see In business she- - sewed until her fingers enough, it turned away and went after the Ajn DtalVU. niWPlJB.Wnnkontrealmenl.Wtfref.AidreM old ma anything about needles. I have Flour ANo.l 135 Si 15 not most time to shut up. The other were numb and bleeding at the tips. And cow, driving her borne as usual. The noxt were closed in sleep." jggaURUS 1.TOCKLIB tO,BALTIK0SC.VD. if it is J'Anrora; CaneCi.,Ill. lots of times, but I know it's UUAUN UAlllfllll F.L.PtSn.3t S3 kr neiu .No.L'reu.... "Guess not," says Jenny; "mothertold waxed thread stays half an hour after he might go and, what- - clow calca&tion of economies, and morning the horse was saddled and briny Corn mixed.. ft 4G foolishness to wax needles. They C f An attire Man or Woman In ertry rJ058 A.N.K- -E the dled and brought out and sent after me to kee my eyes open when you? and nerfect sew a bit better."-PHlK- r!;rt :il OaU mixed refitting wkea askct why, says he wanted to look what kcounrrtowUooxeocdi. Salarr tit. lageaaky hi were together." Stb&fon don't tr Mtata ard CiFtnuca. F.inenatt in 10 00 see if return with PORK mess over some entries he had made to be sure garments of Vanr. r.n.,.in.niifftt Vaaai P..timil.r. UAUC KTVT.' SecareaUoalBenEdaeatliTn ,,i, children for f the cow, to pasture,it would Sure enough, the Mr. Skibbers ChronicleQ. LABD steam s: AfarerfcV. Btaadard 811 Co. Botaa. JCaa. and, , be was right, or to put up soma good that the younger, kept account of cow to the Itft out'of plee- - Tkfc on is very tkrt aothwVaritdeaches and head- - ' drove the cow home as usual. Jj. .i- -r ! - 0 P" "ever-Euiliii- s; Eul" HMO xtfSSSKffl iloSSed me-u.o. iS - i.im-mon- ed a.-r- ' k , offiK-""-' I , j -- to ooicstjmption: t h j 11 5 I ' Gun-Boa- t0S" - ! . - i "'' ErtfOREST'S THE Mc-th- 'T v sT con-talh faithful-Servant- Towardftd paor-hou- over-applaus- e, mi-ta- ke - never-freciu- lis-say- upon-wit- rose-wat- er sibil-latio- - 1,500-hor-- horse-powerengin- ilz-?- . row-she- ds ) ( . v live-inc- breech-loadin- jr pea-pod- 1 uurK-rigge- d, - ban-yar- d smc-m- n 'i hi love-lig- ht (it) ll ee. inani-lich- t, 11 j ,Catat3H tjL 8 Jrntrii iH -- X. 1' . half-doze- n " S- ER . y mmy I BnOTIItia.IJro-g'Jts,OlT?KO.- r. 1 i2I"vSk m-v- fmm .vesAsw XrSs -- lone-delay- .. . Cniic(im Couh Drops invfc-tmen- ts, Stratford-upon-Avo- u, all 4 fellow-sorvni- it M i. ga rJEG v&- - s cm - rsh . M-- on . - n -- ;"'- HOLE-IN-THE-DA- Pounds . IS-1 V- 4 jBjgSSffl ci. bric-a-bra- y, Bcne-vent- - o, pre-empti- .' l. Hole-in-th- TV ! -- a Hole-in-t- ik ... FITS! j-oi- nt I ft blue-ove- d. rosy-cheek- m m rr - X d wrvs-t-pt- 1 never-dyin- Hole-in-the-D- t. A ASTHMA CUE1SI r. rv v- - ooo-ia- u, v , CAW MILLS III never-dyin- Hcie-iii-the-D- LODlt-Fam- WheHt-Lonjiber- ry Hole-in-the-D- CEST'S-ABL- E 'I Ik". CONSUMPTION uli; an-Wis-In &. foot-iig.lig- n- -.l , -- 1 !Kttll:IWEB , - vo-,1- ... Glt-VI- k, J Cy i t ? ... r Red Star SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. a TkattMalUT SrvgffeM 'v2n$' 1 w high-scho- ol UGHJRE tj)-"-- !: Hill I a. 25e ruriv rprrKir-tlcnlar-t. " .- -. , u laanlla !' d- ryatit akw.rod Tr-war- "1 . V I . "V , - """"tV- j$- - .. " A- -- i -- TL --S-r s. y-- . h" k wr U!J.L.mj, The most notable society Attempt to Escapl Jailek ' TTirAfC .l (irniil rxP 41. II J 1 iiiJIQ 1 ;om OCCUrtcu last .v,.., niu .wlmu kuws, miot AT, AND x'lnisij cvcmiijf tlieSStlinlt. n beaten. Monday Fresh country Lard, at OPENING of CHRISTMAS was gotten up in honor .ing, about 9 o'clock, Jailer Wal-o- f Roger. GOODS, at .Moore A Landrum's, tothe genial K. C. Alexander and lace entered the jail, as is his daily morrow. Call and ee their big display his wi.isomo bride, they having; custom, to remove the Nice Sausage, at Rogers'. W. A. 1IENSON, Dentist, will ha in returned from a Southern ets from tho celis,aud as ho The a flair was gay, festive, tered, as a precaution against mis-an- Hickman, next Tuesday, the Sth, and will dental Lye Hominy, at joyous to each and'every one haps, ho closed and locked the remain one week. Parties wishingoffice, ol work done, will please call at my ROC.EBS'. look-- 1 outer door, jircKcut t!io ladies, as usual, teaching the cell in Laclede House. ing sweet and tasty, and 'the gen- - which was confined the two negro Fresh Canned Good., at tlcmcn quite irresistible in appear-- roughs, Tom Rogers and Ander-uncMoqees1. NEW TAILOR SHOP. The following persons were son llucker, he unlocked the cell Co, IN corner room, Hickman House, only - door present participating uV;tlio enand askedfor tho POSTAGE R.4.TJBS. across the street from the lVstnflice. ' ets, when one of them made a mo- A.IIEI'PNER Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Alexander, tion to hand it to him and Mr. letters. Mat-- 1 Wallace stooped forward (Jnme and Si lilt). to take Letter are sent to any in the G. L. Alley, St. Louis, Miss tie Taylor, V. G. Kingman and jt when tho other prisoner jumped All persons indebted to the estate of B.T. u a lieu oiates at two cents eacn ounce; drop letters one cent. Under this head Miss Nannie Warren, 13.M. painl, on t0p 0f m3 neck and and both Gardner, deceased, arc npectfully reati aoythiif wholly or partly written. Nashville, and Miss MenaDiestcl- - commenced pouudingand beating quested to come forward and settle, hold This large and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and All persons newspapers. Mol- - him: they knocked him down and early a day as possible brink, J. II. Millet and Mrs. to he the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever Newipapen, periodicals, exclusively in lie Prather, R. L. .Moore and Miss j stamped him without meicy, Mr. ing claims against his etate will 3;" sweep our streets, and lowering clouds threaten snow, the average man; brought to this market. Never in the history of Bickman, have goods woman or child, bethinks himself or herself, of print, muled by, publishers, one cent n Kate Kingman, G. II. Eftingernnd w., however, making as brave a please present them. E. T. GAUDNEB., Mas. been offered at such low prices, poud. l" fignt against the two as possible. novl3tf Miss Lou. Diestelbrink, L BOOKS, ETC. lison ami Miss Allie Do(hls. lorn The struggle continued inside the Soks. circulars, and other matter whnl- - Dillon and Miss Mattie Ellison, E. TEE PRICES ff ALL TAILORING. for some time, but tho two If is prist, one cent for each two ounces ' C. Rice and Miss Adelle Allen, jail desperate prisoners linally sucWARM ANDREW HEl'PNER, a tai'or ofJG COVERINGS, WINTER r rractioa thereof. Clint Ellison and Miss Mollio ceeded in wresting tho outside years experience. Suits made to order ind UEHUIIAXOISE. manybargains too numerous to mention. But come with your figures, Caldwell, A. A. Davis and Miss key and the Jailer's pistol from xatisfnetion guaranteed Cutting and're All other matter, nierchandine, &c, one fjfc pairing will have spechl attention, an il discount them. No humbug we have the goods, and mean Bettie Dodds, A. L. McDahiel and him. During tho struggle the ccat aa ounce or fraction thereof. e solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is;tho wnat we bay. Miss EunieMrCutehcn, Jim Dodds Jailer's wife and daughter were We would here remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry" in stock most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to 20; m"zc LOOKOUT! B. B. attracted below, but tho outside and Miss Kate Walker, every conceivable and desirable shape of l!ha died of pa- Saunders and Miss Marian Goald door being locked they could not from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man Children's Clothing, all sizes IIor.SE TTOTELAXP ralysis of tho brain. er, W. A. Dodds and Miss Lizzie get in to give even their feeble and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the Mealsftt RESTAURANT. -- rCongrees handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children's meets next Hlon-day- Gardner, Mr. Thompson and Miss assistance, but they screamed all hours, at 25 Cents per Meal. Ag), hotC-I- i A lola Goalder, K. II. Dodds and bravely for help. Alter tho pris Boarding and lodging. Wraps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest assortment of Miss Carrie Ramage, L. P.Thomp oners had captured tho key ami Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the eclebeated Douglas Shoe, sold for Vou can huv a nice Kid Shoe at Pli Hayes attended son and Miss Mattie Rose. W. tfcw made a luugo for the forSl-053, every,, pair guaranteed ; you can' t beat them for 5 or 0. The Red per pair. the fuueral of, Hen- liamago and Miss Bertie Billiard, School Hbuse Shoe for children, from No. 4 to No. 2; can't be beat j door, Wallace still struggling with y A dricks. ueorge t anu. juss vnnice tliom t the door one of them You can huv a nice Alexander kid Glove! every pair warranted. Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. ' liarucii i calculated to make the human family happy. It is not necessary to add The Memphis Annual Confer- Lthnger, Mr. and JIrt.i.. L. Lan- - aimjn succeeded in knocking him at Plant'?, for 35c and 50c per pnir. drum, Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. French, dov.u aml as i,0 did B0 tho one c that these goods can be purchased lower of us, than elsewhere, as our n ence, (Methodist) convenes in Plant is selling ALL WOOL FLANNEL! reputation for Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alexander, !i, ,' ti,- nistnl tirp.l nt, him.J the next Tuesday. "11 at lGjc per yard, rull yard wide Doinesn Sir. and Mrs. Ed. Prather, Mr. II. Corn has ruled a little higher Buchanan and Misses Lizzie Goald- ball grazing his temple. As he tic, (heavy) ut oc per yard. i and wheat a little lower in tho er and Carrie May Garrett, Mr. tired tho other one unlocked the but by the timo he outer door, 11 great markets this week. Who Made the Low Z CYPRESS SHINGLES. Chess Smith and Miss Maggie had done so, Wallace was again yV Ouly one marriage to report Warren, Mr. John Alexander un and hold of him. Rogers, the All heart Cypres Shingles, in -xox tliis week Rev. J. T. C. Collins and Dr. Cary, of Jordan. strongest and largest of the piis- - every respect, kept constantly on hand, a description oners was by this time furious, and for sale at lowest price. The following is and Miss Mary II. Fields. II. UUCHAXAN. is universally known. Our counters are full of Men's, Youth's and of the ladie's toilets as nearly as and made repeated and desperate ceptll Papers are out for the mar- can be remembered: efforts to shoot, but Miss Carrie riage of one of Fulton's most popMisses and Children's Wraps. Jixtra quality & Plaut and W. L. Doug-In- s JSoys Uvercoats, Laches, Mrs. R. C. Alexander, bridal Wallace, the Jailer's daughter, The ular widowers, on or about the costume; Miss Mattie Taylor, In Footwear, don't forgctjthat we are Shoes for Men, can he found only at Blankets, Quilts and Flannels. swung on to tho scoundrel's arm,; Plaut's. All sold under a guarantee. tith. cream scotch cloth and pink and d k t on i10i,rmg on, and thus friends and the public Senator Beck, of Kentucky, cream roses; Miss .annio nrren, j proveilto,i ami thus saved her WEannounce t.stockr of all kinds of Furniture,generally, that we have just received and solicit the trade of parties wish-in- g most hcautiful patterns in All Wool The owns a largo farm in Holt county, cream mull and pink and cream f.lther'8 life. Tho burly scoundrel Ingrain two and three ply Carpel, at to buy. V e can show all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine Una . t t.k.A 1 lnvr4 nil...... 1. Missouri, ou which his sou re- ruses; uiss jicuu .'Yl,:,,,,",K' threw her with force moro than' Pl.uit's. Carpeting from l()j cents up, sides. cream silk gauze, violets; Mrs. nm-- ..,.. the wall but bravely! cheapest ever o He red in Hickman. , v.-- . y . t t i.i :ii. rrainer, uiacic ocniieu mik ami f dear life she swunsr to that It must bn admitted that pearls: Miss Kate Ivingnian, blue isto, Fjimiy Mr. Wallaco scandals are usually caused by Dur lines of Ifeavv Boots and Shoes is unexcelled for loner wear. We OYSTERS ! berber and hhes: Miss Lou t.oinictcv exhausted bv the THE freshest and pretty giils, but this doesn't conwoman or child in Arctic Overshoes or Rubbers. We We nronose to ninl-- our nrices tn .suit tba crT.-- t - nf !... :..,. Oysters ly the -; ... rest. assured 'i-;, , , .c utie(iiiai struggle, 1110 prisuners juu ."k sole the homely oues. hour, you need neveHeave .our house ; look for cheaper goods. lime, propose can sell as lov, ,,. .,t o..t n.n.io can, or served at any be bad and in any dd, lit anv man, to -- viue jreraniums jiiss "",." ..1 - .1 .i. We scanei to as during the any retail 1 urniture store in the 'Purchase. It is all well enough to preach Dodds, pink and blue mull; Miss , t,u;(r escjt,ie. ii'ie nieantimo a' way desired, always to tho t Hjason, at cry respectfully, eace on earth and good will to Mattie Ellis in. cream embroidered numoer 0f citizens had licard thoj The patronage of ladies solicited, and men," but uo man can feel that cashmere; Miss Adelle Allen,' T. P. WILBURN & CO. wcr0 quickly upon the special arrangement for their polite atway with a boil on his nose. cream iuiii'8 veiling ana uiacicve-;oUMa- s an(1 in nui.suit of ti,e!. tention. S3.ore rooms in new Odd Fellows building. LACLEDE HOUSE. Misses Adelle Allen and Dai- .tiuumiiii.p, ',.jum ..... v.ww- - line two prisoners were also so Feptll J6A11 kinds of Repairing done on short no.ice, and in a workmanship style. Also we are prepared to give special inducements aa .,i,. i,.,c,n,i; ti,.,t timv ..iml.l sy Castlemau, have their pupils in well, white mull and orange bios-- - '1. Rtli M,i - thfir Hiht. nnd" now ilnsiimo, the Watchmaker, is rehearsal for a concert and school soms; Miss Uettie Uortds. red sat- mill" v wj"-'-- '' r & Landrum's in; Miss Eunie MeCutchoii, brown AGENTS FOR THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE. were soon overhauled, and store. located in Moorereliability has liruz that we know whereof we speak when we say that we can and will sell exhibition. His skill and been satin; Miss Kate Walker, blue .both returned to jail. Mr. Wallace proven, and lie is located here permanently you rubber goods a great deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, Mr. C. T. Nichols has bought mull and ribbons; Miss Marian and also show vou a much larger line than any othere carry. the en was not the Clay saw mill, so we hear, and Goalder, black silk and beaded counter, seriously hurt in bruised. to alwiyu make good bis promises. but is very badly trill operate it in tho bottom be- trimmings; Miss Lizzie Gardner, has EInrl5:i:i:n', the low Hickman. black velvet; Miss Viola Goalder, established a reputation as a skillful workearn -&& K99 I! -The mechanics of Henderson, man second to no one in his line, ami hunem- black silk aad gilt trimmings: Miss Hon. Isaac Caldwell, the rrffl IfilJ iriin Carrie Kamage, garnet cashmere Ky., iii.vi organized a lodirc of dreds for whom he has done work will evi di.-at his inent Kentucky lawyer, nu ii j m mi dence hn reliability. Call nt Moore &. home in Louisville, on Wednesday and gilt trimmings: Mirs Mattie the Knights of Labor, including Landrum's. m --ml! rul-- ' all classes of people who work Bose, white mull: Miss Birdie morning of Just week. lard, bine silk and laces; Miss An- - for wages. It is a protective as We regrot to hear that a child ;,. rii:,,,,,,,. l.mw.iMRi.mprft.imi For Salt'. ;ot intmwiorl ia pstnldi.sh a r.;,'..iiv 'rAlntinn lictwcpn theso A good porlab'o SAW MILL, of D. W. Dickinson, Esq., died ., 1., y,yu.RT f;QS :nttin Wnn-r-n- . . OlMCere MtUpaiy HIS n!ir ttronu MRlnnom ATih this Pnr- - nhiccno f(r ?mit lifil liflu siiiil :iqRlKt- - lower, and in Rood condition. Alo. FOUR ... juinon - .,,.......-.-...----MULES and Lo Wagon of oxieaueuiuejiHiraib. May Garrett, cieain;nuirs veil- - ance. rie 'Fair pla" Is the motto, Oxen, V iiRons, Chains kc ;, and 7 YokeFor comple'e. gilt lace: MisSLazzic Goald- - and help." This organi- - further information, apply to or address, for Rev. Sam Jones, the Georgia inland Tevivalist, is preaching in the Ev- - er, garnet cashmere; Mrs. C. L'. nation is growing to bo one of tho E T. SMITH. augl4-12- t Moscow, Ky. position Music Hall, in St. Louis, Landrum, brown embossed moray most popular institutions 111 tinno church 111 the city being large velvet; Mrs i. M. ! reach, black United States, and gradually ox silk and diamonds; Mrs. Dave Al- - tending into every '.own. enough to hold the crowd. TIip Burliuganie, is locaWe arc now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surroundexander, browi rnk; Mrs. Ed. ted permanently in Hickman ; and if he -- A great deal has been ing country and towns the largest and best pratIier;gnnict fe:;k. watch, The new bakery, restaurant fixes your reliabilityisofalways at home to It About learning to say his work. & prove the nnd confectionery of Isbell ou would teach a mau to say no, A rnp:Iu street, iTD OjST just ask him "if he would like to Capt Coleman,rortiiunlc Dlscoiery, Geyer, on Jackson post-ollic- a lew l! ?ch. v'eymoath, plvinp doors above the is' Lime, kinds of Disinfectants f'hloride of MilphHtc of Iron, Carbolic Acid, pay Ihat little bill today." . ., bad been ....n,.;.,, out with a Slileiidld IlCSli between Atlantic City ami v-sae Chloride of Soda. For a!e at on mm rpra is spji w m ever placed and our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting ... In a letter to the editor Of troubled with a coush k that he was una llfi !ir Rtliiisr remaikabl" COWCILL'S Drugstore. our goods, as they were all bought before the reocnt advance, we ' ble to deep, and was inu'iced to Dr. , n the Breckinridge .News, Geu-- S i ii' tnr nn.m,i;n- - ow. The bakery will can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladies to , k) sr!l aaD bi ii see our imuuuiiuca Jt n(,t on,v uavc ,,,, instant jjef, hut nl regularly Monday, and will fill or-uuuui notn forget that Salmon's k Iha M stock of BMISelf H Candidate for Oovernor, invcd the extreme sorenet-- in his breast tiers for families, parties, &c., Horr Cliolern rpmeJip aro trtmrnntop.l in aiMl ttllllOnceS What niS policy Will Hi children were similarly allected and a prouiptlvnml "liarantce to give stoji the Cholera among hogs and keep CLOAKS, jngle doehd the time happy effect. Dr. be It elected. you - want a good them from taking it, or money refunded, Ilnving purchasrd the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, from tho King's ew Discovery is now Ihe standard satisfaction. If JERSEYS, .,,: lino, bv to preach the rcmedvinthe Coleman household and on lunch, or anything in J. YV. COWGILL, Druggist. eatalc of the late E T. Gardner, DRESS GOODS Free Trial Bottles of Call funeral of the VOUIItr 8011 Of Mr. board the TRTMMTXGft hU Standard Remedy at Moore & Lan- ud Mrs. Zach Oaklev, attheir druni's Drugstore nnckli'ii't Arnlrn Hntic. ' LACES, EMBROIDERIES, and the late novelties in even amongthe royal famiFew, resldeuce, the 1st Sunday in DeThe Best Salve m the world for Cuts, NECKWEAR. lies of Europe, hue moro valua- Bruises, Sores Ulcers, Salt Ilheuci, Fever cenbr. and on which occasion. x ... .p r.. . m 1110 iniaiit sun 01 jit. and ble diamonds than Mrs. Stanford, Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hand", Chilblains, we are enabled to offer to tho trade these goods, at prices which no other houses, that have Oakley will be bap Mr. and Mrs. their goods regular, can meet. Tho stock is very complete, and comparatively All goods as represented. anu Call and see them. (Mrs. Catlett Johnson, died, Tues-- 1 wife of tho California Senator. vorns, curesan &Km liruptions. anu posi bought tized. new, showing all the latest designs in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to l'ile8,or no pay required. hlirioil Tlnn.. ".. .l.v nun ononl.- - nil t 'inrit:iti VP- - tiveiy It buy Fine or .Medium Furniture, will certainly neglect their own interests if they fail to nifrlit nuil is -I- htillnstriouB da'y morniug. The dear valued at or guaranteed to give perfect 25satisfaction. see our stock. We not only show the most artistic and latest designs, but we money refunded. Price .cents per wag buried at Ind.anapl.s, lues- - sufferea long and much, little one lv savs her diamonds.aro but his LOCAL NEWS. i nrmv Vll morn-occasio- slop-buelc-ju- sl For Bargains is. I th lew Iil( Plant Brss. Occupied by en-tou- r. d 1 e. r "VsTSIElSr post-offic- e ) Willi I " , ' J im MEJ1TC f Vice-Preside- nt 1 . O fifill Er-Preside- ut SSSCLJDERS," Vice-Preside- nt 0 1 1 f" & -- v- 1--, Pa-duca- -- ..-,- 1 Prices? first-clns- s God-ha- w Furniture ! e -- HEADQUARTERS. , n be-sat- m , .v. b-- st "- pre-eu- ,aml " EMPRATICALL Y, 1 I 7 Watcli-m'vVc- r, ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. d ! 1 t on i-.ssoi- lsii w -- ."- '.... .j e - -- - .:,.. 'o.' Watoh-make- r, XjOsT T yJ e, mTQom inti-iii.-iU- i. ;'. yud;,, ....,... ...,. m pai m m W life y s . AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, fi III! HI " 1 w-i- s ! yicfi-Presidc- nt J. AICBEEG'S SONS. Thousands of distinguished , ., T pcupic iruiu an iuiio ui inc uuiui try attended the funeral. Twice called to rule tho people, he is nowv called to the realms above, inada is urging Great Brit ain to assert an old claim to the (state fMaine as Engiish terri tory. It a humbur. but it crives witty Democratic papers a chance t aF tfcatwithey are welcome to take Blaine along it if they witfcit. Every manXwho desires to keep posted aso the doings of tM aext Legislature should snb Cribe for the daKv Frankfort CaDttal.' Which will onlv cost 81.00 daring the session. The full pro- ceediaga of each days session will be fonnd thereiu. George Wyatt, n colored man, 1 w dy. - t vr ...VI ClUII BUUtllllO 3Vl i closer tno tender iove ot tne parents for their first born child. Their hearts will linger always around the grave of little Garland Catlett, but who believe that IU who said "Suffer little children to come unto me. for of such is the kingdom of Heaven," hath called him, will bring its comforts The .,..,... rn,-.,- t. r;Vf .. $1,000,000. - uo. roroaieatjiuuKEj: LAIs DRUMS is turning out to be tho dynamite Allnersms indebted to Mm firm nf ti- many articles, our price can of tho pharmacopeia very good durant & Drewry, will please come forward considerable money Weby 50 truthfully assert that on a great you goods . per cent. We can actually sell at wholesale to good at an earlv dav. ami cr.nlo..... and former prices differ when properly applied Office at E. Collins' drug store Alexander prices, and then have a profit, and that is more inducements than any Furniture Store very dan serous. purposes, but in West Tennesseo or Kentucky, can offer. We propose to make Hickman headquarters m-k- Tue new anajsthetic, cocoame, Special Xotlce. EI 111 lit J J. W. COWGILL, -333 A.I. -3I - I2ST ic lk , Disorders but got no relief, until I used Electric Bitters. Took fiv? bottles and am ing. So will a woman. now curtd, and think Electric Bit tera the ,jS' Best Blood Purifier in the world-'- - Major says A. B. Reed, of West Liberty, Ky., "Nothing has ever done me so much good Ky , Nov. 26, 18S5. waaiasUatly killed, Wcditesday as Electric Bitters Sold at fifty cents a Conncil Hickman,Present, Councilmen met. TMiag. He was assisting to bottle bv Moore & Landrum. lleckman, Case, DeBow and French. place a Urge saw log on the skidThe Mayor being abient, on motion, Those in position to know as Councilman Case was called to the chair way wnen tne pulleys gave wa, The minutes of the log went crushing bac sert that the pauper expenses of read, approved and the last meeting were signed. poo fellow, killing him in this county have been from ??I.L'00 a the 5?1,500 less for the past three ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. " 0 ataatly. The following accounts were presented yaars than for the three years imJoha Jones was arrested on mediately preceding; and that properly approved, and on motion were last Tmetday at Fulton, on the there has been two or three times ordered paid: $ 2 20 charge of counterfeiting and pass- - as uiauv bridges built. Here's a J IF. Cowgill, stationery, SO ,,,, f(r t ,osn win nre talking G. M. Wilburn. repairing juu-, lnriwwuvo-couiuiccc10 i ' ... - j On motion, Council adjourned. gnm, aim whs mh.eu iu auont iirercased county expenses A ttest, iesaea K. E. MILLET, C. C Many women complain of their husbands' neglect of home. A spoonful of honey will keep more sincere condolence of many true bees in tho hive than ten of vineSaddlery aid Harness friends go out to them in their gar. affliction Eepokts from Oklahoma are to Inlerestlnp r;xp"rleiices. the effect that the "boomers'' are PLUMMER & FARRISS, Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of being rounded up for a winter Columbus, Ga., tells bis experience, thus drive out of that section. Jackson St , opposite Courier Office "For three years have tried every remedy - - - sr.. JIICKMAiV, on ttic inarm lor stomacii ami iviuney "Time will tell," is an old say BOXDURaXT & DREWRY. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1835. .lawcirs oil stand. We cordially invitean inspection. Parties coming in at night for Undertaker's Goods, will find J. T. Stephens, or Darnell, at Montgomery House. for LOW PRICED FURNITURE. Js. STEPHENS & MAXWELL. DurrGs, m----R BBBBBPWff-?-- Trusses T PATENT AND Abdcmical ruM-l-K---l XDR,TJO-C3-IST- S BIO Council Proceedings. WELL selected stoct of Saddles anl Harness. .New work made to order. Prompt attention given to , A r I CHRISTMAS GbODS, MEDIUMS! --a.3ST- 11 BHIfl L .oppcrts PAINT S PTese&i3!iKvOl &c. &c, STOCK OP XT M Ml ? M. B A A " KB A Hk V I. if U KT a4 of any kind. He has secured the servica of that well known and excellent work man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself u a guarantee of good and faithful work. Mrt 1 TOILET ARTICLES 4LL KINDS OF LAEfPS, &C, &C., &C. v&c. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE THE Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. p. --f . apr24 SOililtl w I King night bell after 10 o'clock WHITE ' . .. B. ., lock-up,....1- 0 I will be in Hickman, Ky., on Dec. 14th to 17th, with a beautiful stock of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES! and in fact every thing kept in a firstrclasi jewelry store. I will be found at Mrs. Adj die Jones' .Millinery store. Come and Bee me. cov27-2- MACHINE. IPKESCRIiPTIOISrS A. SPECIALTY. night at X?R. L. Moore can be found the Laclede House, to attend calls. SEWING X I? t . Sumorhns it that Mr. T. M. jail, says the Faltouian. French will not be a candidate for A bridegroom in Utica, N. Y., to the oflico of Circuit ferget the time set for his marat- Court Clerk, bik that he contemriage, aad while the bride and plates giving hta wholo time to testants were waiting for his ar-tiT- al Fadmoah on Tnesday, and in de to crack Unit of $5,000 bond was sent to ST. LOUIS MARKET. Wheat. IIay. r; L k - r-- . i he was sound asleep in his reeau He made amends next day by awrryingthe foolish whe held him to his engage-MM- t 'Withoat doubt he will forget te Mke her happy. Wa hear with much pleasure thai Mr. R. I. Eeid, who was sent te the Aachorage Asylum in last, has so far improved M te he discharged from the Asy-laaad permitted to visit his beyheed heme at Manassas Tirgiaia, whe.re he is now, ttjeyiag the comforts and bless r mother and home. His hare strong hopes for bis wo-mSep-tsaih- sr ai He is before thoxpeople shonld and many he desire friends are urgent that ho should consent to serve another term. The truth appears to bcXthat the the insurance business. n, of Circuit pav for its keep. nfficfi P.lorL-- dtoes not $150.00 gooa t j II. BOHLCKE, No. 2, offered at 92c ; bid 91c. Fulton, Ky. Strictly prime, $11.00; mixed, $10.50 fancy choice, $13.o0. Miliinerv Corn. White, 3tca33c. MRS. JOXE3 with bright Bazaar U: fair aglow and beautiful LIVE STOCK. Novelties, too numerous to mention. Largs Cattle. Good steera, S4 60 to $4.80; lot" arriving almost daily by exprcs- A common, $3.5J to $4 00; scalawags $1.50 cordial invitation is extended to all to miloh cows, $20.00 to $55.00; come and examine her large stock. A to $2.2-5veal calves, $8.00 to $11.00, special line of Novelties in the way of Mules 14 hands, 4 to 7 years, SS0.00 Hats and Bonnets, ready for the coming to $85.00; 1G to 10 hands, 4 to 7 years, week. ; m EMI. BB W " MM U&1S. The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of Has a splendid stock of the very best makea of all kinds of Hardware wnicn ure onerea at g and that the very lowest the market justifies. he exactly as represented. AfTEMOti to $170.00. Sta-tie- a, ik .i h teiwiauHu, Houses. Heavy draft, $110,00 to $125; An Km! to lloue Ncrnpln;. urivers, ssu.uu to 110.00; plugs, Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, III., The Board of Commissioners $15.00 to $10 00. says: ''Having received so much benefit for the Eastern Asylum for he Hogs. Butchers and packers paying from Llectnc Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have Insane, at Lexington, who investi- from $3.70 to $3.85. had a running sore on my leg for eight gated recent charges against years; my doctors told me I would haTe to HICKMAN MARKET B. C. Chenault, the Superintendhave the bone scraped or leg amputated. 1 ent, have reported to the Governused, instead, three bottles of Electric Bit. 'onv. buyers are or that "there is nothing in the in rbc Hickman quotation is paying 30c ters and seen boxes Bucklen's Arnica and the authorized and well." whole matter from becriniiing to of jjc eir, shelled, sacked and delivered at Salve, and my leg is now soundfifty cents for a Electric Bitter are sold at super- - depot end for which theVmedical bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc. 1'okk All ottered goes readily at 4 Jc. uuenueui snon tiim nnnsureu.- per box by Moore & Landrum. i -- r&mZLil nil :'s-g-fr- ii E--Ji YSii 1 W3aM Oltftt PRICE. All goods guaranteed to "s --E3C. nas now in stock all the new improved Breech-LoadiShotguns and The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. F,stols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats uu .neimeis, ana Munter's Uum Boots. These Goods will be sold at The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give prices that will compete with any other city iu the country. Call and Correspondence solicited. fa examine before buying. B. H. BREVARD.. M4 ng 3BTJOECXr-A.-- ROOFING. '4 . i rfh.2. "Sv r.-t- ti ! j X: jSS-",i"- 4? - ""TJSfSrS ""?.. Sf ", . -- ?, 'j-j- l ONLY ; .", , -above in prices in the following Goods: Overcoats at reduced prices. Men's Heavy Suits, at lower prices than ever. Men's Heavy Winter Boots, Big Reduction. Blankets, all Kinds, at a Dig .Decline. Ladle's Drcssttjooas ana xrimmings, at greatly iteduced prices. Honesty is .the best Policv. Come aiul see. Having determined to close out the lines of Goods, ye offer Bargafffipjp0" W1 be bound to please ail. O llillZ April- -' & H. BUCHANAN. Chicago, Nov. 30. Senator LoState board of health to here- gan arrived this morning. "All I the American pnblic of a fact THE SUCCESSION. U probably surprise it, after have inaugurated upon all can say 1b that tho death of Mr. He Makes a FrankWement w.1,ic! tl,at tno Indiaua who give us tho railroads in the State a syg. lend ricks is regretted by every I 01 u nlS KeaS0BS.$ so much trouble and are such a tern of weather signals or warn- body," said he when asked conThe U. S. Might be Without Washington, Nov. 29. Presi-- ' perpetual pnzzlo to our states-den- t ings, similar in purport, but dif-- cerning tho situation relative to a Head. Cleveland this afurnoon de- - men, are tho richest class of hu- - lenng in design from the colors the death of tho (Corner of Jackson and Kcatucky Streets,) . wonderful strange fact termined not to make tie trip to man beings in tho country. Take used on tho roads. nntVon tho Iav r It is a matter of mere snecnla- It tho Crows, for example. Thorn' ma" trams on vlor t iQnr-pS- - Wfe u," resumed he, "as to who will that tho tlenth of Indianapolis to aUeiuIJco-Prcsi- . c mi U'O roans nave, in ovcry instance fill the vacancy." dentirniidrifik-s'fiiiiivfli- . Ilis rea- - aro only 3.o00 of them, a told -- rHendricks brings forcibly to tho sons for not goin wern stated bucks, squaws and papooses and 'from which responses have beci l Your namo has been prominent.minds and knowledge of tho peo- very "pu'ted Press re- - they own a reservation embracing received,acquiesccdinthoschcmi. ly mentioned for the position," ple of the United States that only porter fully to a desiro is to dovolop thouictf-snid- was suggested. OPENED, with new jSTOCK, out nd out fine, etjlisb RIGS foi hii. this cveini to whom he 4,S00,000 acres of land, and involv-jT,,- e one life Btands between onr great, reasonable. Patronage toHcited. "But that was newspapers talk. JD3T "In thr first moment of tho ing the superficial possibilities of orlogn-a- department of the boail I havo not asked, or have I made llhodc Islands. Gen. of. health to tho fullest extent model Republic and anarchy no shock of 3Ir. Hendricks' death I a half-doze-n to my inclination, and dc- - Sheridan proposes that an allot-- ! fitted by tho limited means at fti any effort to obtain tho position." ruler, the strange part being that be present oct30-l8"But you would take it if elect(320 acres), disposal. Thcso signals will bo with nil our boasted statesman- clarcd my Attention to course, in ment of a at tho funeral. Of being made to each head of a fain-- ! phiced at some conspicuous pont ed," added a friend, to which tho ' ship, after one hundred years ex- reaching that conclusion, I did ily, and tho rest of tho reserva-no- t on tno tram, whore they can )e Senator made no reply. "There readily seen by tho inhabitants K will probably bo nothing done unperience as a Government, no adput out of view a peremptory ' tion bo bought by tho government equate provisions for succession press of public business, or what for 81.25 an acre, the purchase tho country passed through. Thy til after tho holidays," said tho I deemed a sufficient considera-- ; money to constitute a perpetual will indicate both the temperature goneral. "We havo a caucus Frito the Presidency has been made. tion of my duty to the people, fund, tho interest only of which and weather for tho 21 hours fl- - day and tho matter will bo talked If the President dies the u.0 lilt I'liwui, "iioiia.v! tuwtiui, j. ,011.111- UU UW IU llll'lll. 11 WHO owinir the hoisting of each sicuJ. of. That is all I can say," succeeds ; if the Vice- - could dispose ot by additional ap - were done, each Crow familv would Tin: colous ;n The Fall Session will commence President . dies then comes tho piiraiiou anu more iwuia ui woric. nave a Homestead oi ui'U acres ot mi. i,n no foil B. .v ,i.w J ,t Tnu great war in tho East iB ., , r . . iiuiiu luiiuno. iiiuui i. u 10 President of tho Senate, aiul then a1"1,1 considered ...Atue my duty land, with the chance of a silver denotes fair or c!car weathr. again postponed. The conference of tho Powers in Constantinople 10 aubera icnuer an nnuiini cash in- MONDAY. AUGUST 31 1885, Sneaker of tuo Ilotse 8uc.no "jc peopio respectand affection ' mine on it,anu 8330 besides. The! Local rains is indicated by a e have ordered the maintenance of .seiltimcut of n- and cenei-i- l coiuo of about low tirains bi'a the statu quo ante, which means ceeds the President of tho Sen.;fortli0vi.0.presi,ient, which docs 3,000 Choycnnes and Arapahoes blue llag. The And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences ate. This is the order of succes-- j them great honor. I am satisfied endowed in tho same way would ' a whitellag with a.square ccntr that Bulgaria and Koumclia must Bion, and our law makers stopped, now that I was at fault in consid- - have land enough for a good farm Sp0t of black. A black trinndo bo divided again, and that Servia ' MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, her troops. As there, ignoring the fact tbat thero er5" he Question, m that I did for each head of a family and 8320- Hag refers always to temperatue must withdrawbeen sovcrely hand..u,. v no na t f u t Ci u.uuu,C11 ltln I) !K'Cl !1 )OV(( nilOt lPf MT- - the latter have ' wore times when there was 1,0 "" tho duty I owe tho public as I ..,v.i. ii.u their reservation ; tho Continuing Five Months. 000 acres in of weathjr; led, King Milan will, no doubt, nal it indicates President of the Senate and no 'should; that is. I did not look at tribes m tho Indian territory have when below them,warmer orcohcr promptly oboy the orders of the Tho course of Ptndy. Including thorough primnry work In English branehen. Mathefalling matics, Latin, Greek, German, the Natural Science, Elocution, Penmanhliij), Speaker of the House. Ihe death every phase of it, and I am afraid a still larger domain.embracing as weather, and whon nhsnnt frim Powers. Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. Hendricks finds ,n.V strong personal desire some-co- r choico lands as are to bo found the polo stationary temperatno of This is a wicked world. In Especial attention h deroted to the preparation of ftudecla for college, and young on tho uuiuiuciik, uuu uiu ouior is indicated. The cod wave flg- Neil-so- n couutry precise I, this si,,, j men for ImsineM. tribes are endowed with similar nai wjh not appear unless it is x- - Now York Mrs. Herman P. was sent to tho penitentiary ation, with no President of the ,,pst aml most patriotic and munificence; and if tho Sheridan j)eced that the temperature vill for fivo years for marrying her Senate and no Speaker of the1 thoughtful of our citizens that tho cIIemu were auupicu ana carried fall to 4u degrees or below. whilo her husband was House, and hence it fpllows that real and solemn duties of my of-i-f out, every Indian family in tho far gets 18 TUITION J at sea. Tho The Episcopal churches of 3cw months in the penitentiary. In the President should die be-- ' ficc ro at tho national capital, and West would be able to live comfortably, and without work, the repeculiar that in "" pel rirnirjr xtiplls tnonirit tween tho hour of the death of delicate the present ought notand mainder of their days. There are York city are preparing to.i ojen Indianapolis Oscar Dawson elopod Intermediate ftMf u u 4 00 to situation I and conduct a "mission ...... rpi in.. and tho assem- take even the remotest chance in- not fewer than five million white the present Advent season. Tii 5 00 " " the Mini inn auouiiij - Advanced uuw laubling of Congress and the elec- cident to travel to gratify a senti- men in the country who would be word is strange to American Epi- pair eru arresicu, uuu MOXTIIL1 IN ADVANCE PAYABLE in tion of tho officers referred to, ment so general and so character- glad to exchange places with the scopalians, and it will not be out guish jail. B. C. of the way to explain it. An there would be no legitimate suc- istic asI that involved in this sub- nomads on these terms. To measure the height of a tree, profoundly im ject. have been mission is something iiithe mark two lines on the ground 3m Ky., Aug. 7, 18S5. cessor to the Presidential office, pressed by these considerations,' An Isiipcrativc IuJ.y. nature of a Mothodist revival, thiee feet apart. Put a stick in Hickman, and hence "the machine" must uui, mosi oi an, inuuenceu ny vYhen congress convenes, its though a good deal short of it It tho sun exactly lino rule for a time. This is a ineir strong and unanimous pre first work ought to be the regula - ;is ,ess demonstrative and suSject the feetnearest the soil. When above three lapsus in tho machinery of our sentation uy the devoted mends iou of tho presidential Rnr.nc. to the rule ot sterner prnpmties. tho end of the shadow of the UIU laiU HVIIIg s nn f.i niitn r.r tl.n lnoll. si ili. but the object, like that of thtrc-vivaIII viuu v. LliU llU.llll JL uitj- stick exactly touches the furthest Government that Congress, which Ul nis rA state-aiin city,ami tneir in- - ability of the is to incite a more earnUt lice, then also the Bhadow of tho so ought to dorscment .by tljo nobje and pa- assembles nest Monday, and active zeal, inspire the lukV tour voars quickly provide against. tnotic woman, who, in tho ,fi,t0 tllat dnrins the thefe can of lho warm and bring tho careless auQ tree will be exactly its height. prcshlCntial term bo no Last session a bill was before sorrow of her widowhood, reflects cliai e of administration against wayward into the church. A TRACT of land not included t.io spirit and Congress providing that the Sec- honoied husband character of her tIie wil, 0f the people, as declar- - Ti:nn in any State or Torritory, lying m her solicitude ed at tho is trying a very cssek preceding election. Tho retary of State should be the suc- for the public good. I am now experiment- - nothing loss north of Texas and iu area larger duty of such legislation is impera- than Massachusetts, contains SO,cessor to the office of President certam that neither ray desire nor tive Two presidents havo of been' than that Tho indicting an entire 000,000 worth of stock belonging Mm nAiitiittint ts irk nnil ( grand-juriah 4U a in the event of tho death of both V"B,uusul iviiuiu,uui of Montassassinated in the last twenty railroad. difficulty that attends in this caso years, and among over 60.000,000 gomery county, backed by the to cattlo raisers, who havo occuthe President and opinion of design, nor. any stubpre pied that country without any bnt it was not passed, and did not a change of heroism, will justify people there is always the danger sented theable lawyers, hasNadi- - right. It is known as born idea of LouisilIe and that one may become a law. Tho Secretary of me in subjecting tho country to insane enough bo found criminally villo road, and summoned it to to become a Booth State is certainly tho one who any greater chance of disaster or a Gmteau. Tho country has answer to criminal process for c At a negro wedding, when tho ircigin discrimination. ought to succeed, to confirm the than attends my performance of PRrnnPrltiinr.miviilGtm, nfnr.i.n",i;iB strict duty here, and that I ought of administration from one party J:ue. "Iictniciit is not drawn minister read the words, "love, will of tho people- by which the not to inflict upon my country " composin honor and obey." tho groom inter President was elected. Tho suc even the unrest and anxiety at- to another as an incident of as- - tho " corporation, but against the- rupted liim and said: "Read dat cession of the President of the tending my departure, absence sassiuation. Without stopping to corporation itself, for violating again, sali; read dat wunco mo. ho to surmise what tho consequences Senate might otteutunes, as it and return in attendance upon tho of such a convulson would be, tho laws and its obligations as a de ladv kin ketch do full solemni- -ty of do meanin'. I'sc been marwould in this instance, reverse tuneral ceremonies." common sense and ordinary pru- common carrier. MANDFACTURERSOF ricd bcfo'I" dence demand that it shall bo The faith-cur- e the voice of the people at the ballotpooplc are holdmade impossible. -box. Practical Legislation. ing alloliness Convention at Pitts If a Republican Senate o It is not pleasant to comtomp-lat- burg. Tho other day an invitation TnE New York World is the hould, as it will, elect Geu. LoThe Frankfort Capital for tho marvel of tho day in tho newstho possibility of assassina- - was extended to tho doubtin&r paper world. It lias outstripped gan to be President of tho Sen- purposes of arriving, by free disall competitors in regard to cir"?,S?lf" " ate, and by virtue of that position cussion, at the full understanding which might havo tho color of OUV.U iui uiuiuiigm iu propouuu culation he should succeed to the Presi- of State affairs, and in order to partisanship. But the conscious- questions. A Smoky City sibtcr copies, and now issues 110,000 400,000 weekly and neglected duty dency on the death of Cleveland, point the way to such remedial ness of a forcibly homo tohas beeu desired to know 'whether neison and its total monthly cirbrought honest the voice of the people would bo measures as may bo needed, so- and patriotic Americans, and noth could bo sanctified who bang tho culation is nearly 5,000,000 copies. completely and absolutely revers- licits answers to tho following ing is to ne expected but that hair!" The response of tho presiding officer was in tho negative. honest and patriotic Amcicans ed. If Cleveland's death should questions: In answer to an advertisement a man sent twonty-fiv- o without distinction of party will cents to result from violence, like Garfield 1. What are your views on the It is to be hoped that President appointive judicia- take care that it is neglected no Cleveland will set a good example learn how to make $50 a week or Lincoln, or in some way not subjects of an longer, without workincr. on a capital of by making his message to congress one clearly understood by the people, ry! dollar, and received tho fol2. What aro your views on the short and to tho point. Thero is lowing the results would bo woeful to the subject of a sovereignty convenprinted slip: "Fish for After a IParfisan. no need for tho prcsideut to write fools as I do." country. Our condition would tion for tho purposo of adopting New York, Xov. 2S. Tho Sun's a political history of tho country. become like that of Mexico of a a now constitution ? Washington special says that the All hotneed do is to send in his "Whati8 ease!" asks a philoso3. How should pauper idiots Republican senators aro engaged clear-cu- t few years back, the assassin's dagsuggesitions and leave in a movement to elect either Sher- tho arguments in support of his pher. Easo is a thousand dollar of Kentucky be supported ? ger or the crank's pistol, filling 4. What are your views on the man or Logan as president, of tho recommendations to tho congress- salary and a hundred dollar job. and vacating the office of Presi- jury question 7 Senate instead of Edmunds, be- men who sustain him. DEALEK I dent of the United States. The 5. What reforms do you sug- cause if the result of tho presidential election in JSSS is close or Secretary of State is always of gest in the revonno system? After tho most exciting canDRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS AND DYK-STUP6. What aro your views oil tho doubtful, Edmunds could not be vass and election over witnessed the same political faith as the ! to con in tho State, tho city of Atlanta President, and in full sympathy subject of local legislation aid to relied upon theinterpret theinter- and tho D. G. PAKE, 7. Do you favor national Republican stitution in m-- m- county of Fulton, in with the policies upon which the State education? est. In announcing the result last Georgia, have adopted prohibition-Th- o &4H0HNSY AT fcAW, people elected his chieff iho Pres8. What plan do you- - suggest February, ho distinctly declared prohibitionist are elated over! PRESCRIPTIONS CARhPdl.lt COMTOUNDEDI - - A J. NA YFIELD, for tho best development of tho that he did so without having any tueir victory and declaro that not ident, and hence his succession "authority in law to declare any until tho State is absolute prohib-- . I'rnctlcoSlnceJfnrch, 1S77. would be a confirmation of the State's resources I 9. What do you suggest as the legal conclusion whatever." In niuu lerruory will the tight be people's will, and the fearful dan- proper disposition of convict la- caso of a dispute, this would practice in all the counties of the WILL stopped. HOW TO SAVE First Judicial District, and in tee Appel gers of the contingency referred bor? throw tho deciding power into the late Courts ol Kentucky. 10. What are your views on the hands of tho Democratic majority to, avoided. We are Wholesale Headquarters for al The newspapers aro discussing Beptl8-l- y subject of a Stato Board of Equal- on joint ballot. Few of the Re- the possibility of another Guiteau. grades of publican senators ization ? Mr. Ed- killing Clovehmdand thus making A discussion is going on in one 1 1. Do yon favor the enactment munds' view of thisshare CHSWK IWM TOBACCO ul CIUBI AND question. another Republican President ten? H. A. & R. T. TY LER f the magaziaes the subject of of a whipping-pos- t and will job to dealers only at Factory law? porarily. If one Guiteau can make wkieh is the questisn, "What Shall A. C'ouuiv that E'ubli.sltcs a prices; also the ATTORNEYS AT LAW, uepuuiican 1'resnleiit, it will bo We Do With OurEx-Prosiden! IR'liuqueitts. easy for another Guiteau to make IIICKUAX, - - - KENTUCKY. StiUl Scotch ud Senior Scotcli Sniff, The answers are various. One Who Pays ihe Expenses? Wo see from our exchanges a uemocrat, says tho Paducah ays they should be Delivered,to all parts of the city and su- the beat in the market. We also keep Sen- From Taducati StacUr.l. attend to all business entrusted burbs. oct30 constantly on band a choice selection ators, another, that they should bo The Standard does not feel war- that a number of our county Bianuaru. WILLtheir care. of comfortably pensioned'for life and ranted in saying that a subdivis- courts aro ordering tho names of Office Furniture Factory. publishThe irerald-Enterpris- e nov8.'78 placed beyond the reach of want. ion of counties of the Stato would the delinquent profess-e- s FAMILY GROCERIES. ed. Tho to have information, "which CONFECTIONERIES, Bnt why do anything at all t Why make many coun- has been Spencer Comity Court having this done for comes pretty straight," that Hon. AND FRUITS, hoald the. chief servant of the ties that are now a burden on the whick we will nell very low for the cash people, on whom they have im- general fund, but it cites tho in several years and havo learned John G. Carlisle will certainly be L. Please call and see as. DEALER IK posed the greatest responsibility, stance that tho smallest two coun- mat it is a goon tiling. A man in the next race for united States ATTORNEY Af LAW who thinks anything of himself senator irom Jvontuclcy. long with the highest honor, be ties of tho Purchase pay a surplus FUQUA A DeBOW. anything else than what ho is now into tho treasury which is more will not allow his name to go out Real Estate Agent Collector. than exhausted by tho five remain- this way, but when he finds out The State of Kentucky has re of the people 7 ASD ALSO. HICKMAN, KY. will published under ing larger ones. McCracken, con- his namo on gamblers lines ceived NeU, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and allkind Will attend promptly to all busl L0WEH and LOWER. taining an area of 237 square this head, he will come in and since Gov. Knott was inaugurated of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at abar mm m couinwesicn Bbtwekit the eminent icicle, miles, and Fulton, with 1S-- I square pay his taxes, thereby throwing Heretoforo theso fines have been ne entrusted Northwestern gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gea Allkiids of Groceries hams, sides, &c Kentucky and Tennessee many a dollar into tho county remitted. erally. Staiads, who isalways jnbt what tunes, pay a suptus of about the cheapest. I will not b as cheap Specialattention given to the invostiga treasury that would otherwise be Is, and the other eminent icicle, umdemW. JOHN WITTiNG. Ballard, with 393 lost to the county. Spencer Courtion of Land titles, and the purchase Jafca Sheraaan, who at times square miles; Calloway, with 395: f jan8 A Late grand jury in Philadel-plu- a sale of Real Estate. ier. to pass for a the "V""' u; Hickman, has recommended tho whipn. katof ia likely to be made of an J26; and Marshall, with 32S, with ing-poaro for wife beaters. Seii6i Tho next Teachcr,s zVssocia-tio- n vieepresident In room of pensioners upon the treasury. A.. uie. of Fulton county will meet at 25cts Lower than the Lowes tka warm-hearte- d Hendricks. It PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, Rural Academy, December 12th. la bard to decide in favor of any I have no clerk ezpensss no store ren A rliEASAWT RESORT. The Bostou Herald thinks it and pay cash for all my Groceries, and Correction does much, but BepaMican, bat even the Logan ese would be KENTUCKY HICKMAN, wiso for tho Republican Among other topics of interest, can sell as cheap as FRO! BEER constantly on tap. does more. En. wjSHi. utt mule BKtisiHciorv members of the his Professional Services to herefore brands of Wittenberg the cheap " of the best brands. st. Best and Lob house to vote for congress will consider the passage couragement after censuro is as OFFERS of Hickmaa and vicinity. either of these stalactites. vuruBie ior 8pcaberf t,ar Floflr, 36 oents cheaper than the low Fatrawace solicited. of a new bankrupt law. the sun utter a shower. janlG-'STOliU WITTING. B0T 14-- lf FviAIN fa HICKHAU !a COTOIEE. THE PRESIDENT DECIIESIO AT THE CWTAu RE Rich Indians. Gen. WcniSser KixualM on Trninjj. o Sheridan's report reminds It is the set purpose of thcTcnnes-se- Logim Dodges. j, Itw 85 LI? it? Stable. KENTUCKY, H II ill till HI FASHIONABLE BOOsTHorfHi!BB SHOP. If orth "West eentt ol Mocon and Troy Avenues, Eal Ilickxoa Kj SatisfactIoB (aAranU4 " vice-presiden- t. Vice-Preside- nt - ..-.- J.J -- i HICKMAN?- - ws : I THE BARTER J. GROCERY, j W. G. KINGMAN. half-sectio- n MR. Vice-Preside- Ibat aad freak lopply of all kinds of Fa milt Oxoctaixa, wliek bo will soil as low as tks lowest, fit is ready at all times to eicbange Groceries at cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Cbickeas.'or any kind of marketing tbat lbs farming friends may bring in. The bigktst Bar ket;pric always paid. be bas opened a new M. MONTGOMERY, to kis frieidi sad lb pablie nt - ... , J. M. MONTGOMERY ft BRQ, .... xil-in- sale and livery stable ' Faris & Parker, KENTUCKY STREET, HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, horsea and entire outfit of W. B. Plumme r we propose to continue the business, ao4 solicit patronage- - ' ivi"".Ui.u constantly on hand fo? hit KEEPS sale , Vice-Preside- ut Jjjt JVfi a Uook-Kcepin- g, I i ; W. DIESTELBRINK son-in-la- son-in-la- Family Groceries. andome and see, at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrtj, E space NOtrouble to name an article, to show goods, bvt Vice-Preside- nt ..' l, A ,.'........,. aiUH-iiiuiui:i. as, CALDWELL, MARY OAXDWBI.I.. . f AKILY ;&R0CERY (DA VIS OLD STAND.)"" ..'- ." vice-presiden- t, CASE & MILLET, H. C. All JUDGE. GROCERIES kouae, ai ba$ TEA ss kinds of , ! Vice-Presiden- t, "', t y i d. Croc ers HICKMAN KENTUCKY. & STAPLE AND rANCY sually kept in a first-claotn prices. t FANCr CAXDIEs, MINCE JiEAAJ CXA.NBERKIE3, flCZLIS RJT3 BOMVJ, i rii . Mgar, Coffees Hapa, $cw j "'" "a 'Will not be undersold. Will pay full prioe for BattarEf f, fte & HERTWECK, BALTZER CO., FOR NASHVILLE, Chattanooga t, semi-weekl- y, S Atlanta, Florida Ind nm Hickman, Kentucky. -- THiE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A.HOLCOMBE, PS, SOUlMSTS Take NB Ihw , i C & St. Tsj V fy Professional Cards. F AVORIT B . Call on nearest Ticket Agent e J. W. HOQSHS, pNEY GROCERIES Fresh Meats, F. B. CASE, w, r. jsrpsj, Aft . Pallaft. Tex., of Pass. O. Or Address 1 P. & T. A FRITZ. BELLNER, T. Agl., Hleknan. 3 W.I. Ottfl.Ef. Nashville, Tenn. "-'.- ts niCKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, ex-offic- io KT. tax-paye- rs self-supporti- ? DIAISm Is) c. RANDLE. Family Groceries; Italian and Axikioah Marbli MONUMENTS, TOMB AND 6SAVB 8T0NE. receiTcd a fine lot Ann HATING Italian Marble, I ofam pr pared to fill all orders. Call and eza ar work. Orden tkt oonntry premptlj ay 2ft fra ta fire-bran- d p? R xci 7" st DR. A. FAJRIS. Groceries FBTHE'SSALOON, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. m - - ONE Acre, Saloons. Two abou Cis terns, Good Well, Sprfff , Btables, Orchard &c. SUBURBAN RESIDEKCE, Apply to O T miyll885 GEO. N. HELM, Hickaan, Ky. Is i! - 5V .- - s?s& 'i. - ' N Vx 7S fc"-- ' , lt sir. :m '.- -' JB V; KisELJ