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Editor. . - muce or subsckiptiox. i.5o. j ESTA B Jt-IjSHEI) - jEi -1S59. - -- , . . ;-- - ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD' The Oldest New HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, Kl SimKLl'A OPPOSING JI03LE Etfl. ti k VrsrBiraKJK mE&ft mmzim; r mM --, ALL HOPE ABANDONED Of Saving- the Winers Imprisoned Hn the Slope at Nautiroke. - ottr IfAsnviLu:, Texs , December 1 IT. At Pa Deecr 15- Th dropDrawn in Vivid Colors. t 4 this morning, people living in SfVATE Sir. ping out of th bottom ( a IarKe s"amV' covering several acrel,,ul filIcJ wit" the neighborhood of Halt Ilensloy's establishment in tho Xinth Ward, millions of gallons of jpr accumulated jamdmL.ji.z IltillllMsMl.til, "'"""''i'1 from the Orangemen of I'mu iMti c.ll,or.i.i-,- l TirtDlyfnur Live-- . Alujt Corlaiiil) Gone from the lato heavy P.0,vs anJ rains, wero aroused from their slumbers by a' l5 ?. i.iiiii hi l.e Clrctilateil Tlirunehoiv J ' iSBIFmk " T Slope of the terrific explosion, which hook houses to Out lu the Coal Mine. caused the Hooding 0f f?- , ?p3is4sJ-,iirovIdfor the tlw I'liileil Kingdom. Sinniipbanna Cnal fii3nj-that will their foundations on both sides of the tvel-j- i n Arltan- MMMtMBt X-J'r river, i?snatT?yLv& ,tit ehcourare the most likely be attended '5th terrible loss out of and jarred the nearest inhabitants : wtr ia ifl, iv "mtKac few important ' TTiLKESBARnEj P.m. December SO. i S col?mr7lE2,ST of life, as upward of thPJ" wen and boys lected. their leds. A large crowd The first to Ddhii.n, inu rresiaon--jrithowas ths gloomiest day ever witnessed in are now imprisoned is!tl10 slope, from were attracted to the enter the buildui" I jriilf.ik r,r December Si fiieliran..ltfei , iTA. .tn ...1 bv cries a! . ..tii.ii.i 1...V1 h uiyeiing ineAfU -iv.rxi V nmmce. rtlvis- Hem n" Mr. Ii? except by for help fiom a pile of debris where- the Jfanticoke. Thousands of people poured which there seems no mXWRWMi ittsat jiart pro- to tievi.se lBK?'2KKt Jnto the town, in' vehicle, on horseback digging a tunnel to tb- - Two hundred boiler-slud- s had stood They s Rent scueme ot home means for opposing; rapidly to vUH9uiKjkS rule f.,r (rotund. Agl work. and apd on foot. Hundreds of them gathered and fifty other mers nnd boy t,oon j tii-thej'0P0 wlion the polled irom under a pile of brick number of lVei-- an.l eviKd work vmamrmma"jfi tin. tbe in group niouuil the various woi kings, were attorrents m iiupon them. Men James rushing fireman, and Henry i.rnkiwUiiiiHair t( ura where t hoy discussed the situation of the dropped their canje aml Wnrancke and Lard Wheeler Tlnj latter bers of the House of Comitjpns wereprv? annoveI, abaiipuw1 theirplaces, door-boImprisoned iuefi.: A message was brought wa.s dead, and nrcs nt.-i- l iiiaiiuesio niiiiresscj tojno OrangfiBK mu.t here from Nauticoke this morning to the nnrl liurried to tlm niJ outlets throuch fright. Jiisface. head, hands ami legs having ureat liritnm wits drafted, iiud.,will ' ! ..i bv gr:a.- that had pnsitHi throughout lireatlljrit.-iinfeffect that WiliianiKlke had been found in which- thev could reach"10 surface. The been bornblj s ipifoi- nllill" lhrrmr1 tt 11 !. ni'nr i ruin tin- tank ni. t.i land to morrow The wanifestiS the gangway, nd- evidently bad been ucconipanied ;."": t,t ... i ,. tons,?- rmr dirt auu ' uruhi'n at the knee and inttmui injuries iwi sovernf- - bourn. dead At tlie com- - 1. , r .1. stautially asfo,,WN .. .?.. TtefDCCtflfTi ueuvv ...in.. 4l.nl.nu. v" Misiuiney. jicm inner was alive 3", lauy'fj orfice this was denied vin uuub uiuuris llAlt It11 m. t.... ' 1.m..i I They 1 ' nn&i- in was fatnllv injured. beinr never! v Iirisi.Mt dv - A,tf4'rtl'lircinnd fKim their places by fM force oft he eurrent me stato that the situation romnins skrt 1....I ' v.hi. the nurvincu enternltuecaU?wav.loes- -i- - - ... i,,. proposed was toted ......MJ.....-.,' T mi.i d ill i r i II.TTr,i! -, " r'tif iuvcsiigauon snowei tlmt- the grease tank i '.vt, oi ine four provinces isat( tblpHer am ndmentmcrca tliemenibtrslnp luii'i." down roCb7?'i,ro-1Hr"-- 2 i. one to Accounts to was nine At 5 tr iu "(m(Hcum hjc uoiifr buftis unu exiilo(iel. mercy or ivowed conspirators. w6ol "fthei ounsntfee on ." ck ""' llouso adjoumi"i. jy wen niongwun ine j J no tain: was made of boiler mm. six foet are endeavori ng to overthrow the nile f Tbe rescuing parties are continuouslv at ieet, and so"A51ll(lTON. work, under direction of Superintendent torrent ntr iuey iinii uouis on in Uiaiueier aul twelve feet high, w ith a the -imperial (ioyerninent. The duty of al hiU frrammg u Ileeetnlier is i?viti n, ntvl rornrWed their nrtthnl. pension of $.V(m0a year to viucunat-ujiorgan. There is no hope of rescuing anv tho rso one seemed iiisutiieii is piain. niiile uuwave 01 iiarrvls lives are supposed to have, been lost able to account "for the explosion. ingiy upnoiuing tirunge prineiplts anl Jits Grant. juis",.( without debate. Mr. of tho victims alive. At S o'clock thfs Several iutroduccd bill uiakinp it iii'iuingnoi one jot or our conscientious Iiunptonfctmtors or aJteprcsentatlves unlaw-fu- l evening the reselling partystrnckamass of iu tho gaugway. but who they are can not tor to opinions, we shall cordi.-ilwet sand, and forty-fivwelcome all additional men bo learned until all tie men who eseaned or solicit appointments to oiheo who are willing to assist in were bent in to remove iL At9 o'clock an have reported to thominmg boss Another A DETROIT TRAGEDY. irag intart hitresolution of inquiry in rctfard to the ul tho bond of unity w ith the great empire ol legfj oriranhcation ol llnkotu official report was receivul at the com- lot of men in trying to escapo, ft.iind the - a Ptato was thejr pany's office hero to the effect that tho main opening "to debris, wmU'iig place ToMtlve l'roor Tint I rank Knocli and UN which we are proud to form a n ; unim- disci scd until 2 o"clock, when the Joint portant part : our little band of Lovahstl rule! were taken up and agreed to. s.onutor and tliex wero party were then within twenty Clogged up with jetcuing Wholo l'antlK Were Murilcreil. finds itself in a position of unequaled difintroduced a resolution nuihorizins until they Teet of the fatal chamber, and were hoping compelled to retrace tneir Detroit. Mich., December 17 Yester- ficulty We are greatlv outnumbered br the tinanee Coinumtco to innuire to reach the iiuirisonel men by eleven reached tho foot ofjthe air shaft, when whetler .inM of the Iti o'clock. 11;S0 o'clock a messa'ge was ropes were lowered') them, and one bv day's fire, in hich Frank Knoch, with bis the members of the Irish National visdl Statute-- . providing brought from tho pit in which tho relief one they were raisedto the surfais. where wife and two children, were burned, now League, the delegates, direct the heirs disponiioti of coin mild for dutjcs. lor been has and Miccessors of iparty are atwewk. 'Jlie messenger reported they were received ith jo.us shunts of proves to be an appalling murder This crime which even a Liberalihe Land League, ohcyuj. Amonir the15 measures introduced welcome bv thousasos 01 pe pie who bar (Government waJ w ero Hie following : that the men wero still working fenutor Fr e In was suspected yesterday, but the findingof forced to suppress as illegal, and which is but that they had not yet reached gathered. "As soon'as 1po&..i.li an alarm to the departments of the army 01 the the imprisoned miners'. From' the present was sounded at No. ro and J bafts, the a revolver with nil the cartiidges dis- answerable tor many thousands of out- I ultei. States. It prot ides that all tutuie rages. The small but firmlv united band appolilineuts, a head- - of the dcpartin nts connected w ith charged was ail the evidence then secured. outlook it is doubtful if they gain entrauce workings of which those of tho slope, and are af uiur-- gr ater to the fatal hlope chamber before a post- - mortem examination of tho of Loyalist members of the House of s r.t thou. S. Army, shall he nllieers selecttsl were leinovr-bodies was made, and resulted in proof by cnerirv and determination maj n'ia tie army and nom.nated by the as Almost ai- fast us the sand is re-- depth. The workmen acd contlrmed by tho Senate to t such , uiu it inia in again, aim tlie men are sjieedily as possible, and all weie out be- positively substantiating that theory. convince their Knglish brethren now laboring under great difficulties Xo. fore any water came into eitlier shaf u All Bullet holes end .". ealiber bullet were iovunsis represent mo imiustrv that tho heads f departments for terms of four and in- tears, it declared that this provision 1 Colliery, whert the accident occurtod, found in the skuils of bttb Frank Knoch telligence ot Ireland mules and loose inateriaL had been reIf the Tnruelhto ull u)t to mploi-sbiat thesU.jw, and his wife. No suspicion attacli-- to any faction docs not succeed whollt in its en- - dcpHrtinpnt apply that the head of any hundred men and bovs. dts moved. Around the until oiheo shall first one as yet. The funeral was held this output it, the lowest of any of the where all news from the mine is revetted, ueavor to sever the union bv degrees ono come meant. The Prooident maj. bea in all four bodies leing placed in a of the first points it will Mek to obuun In" discretion, however, at any time Coal Company's workings, feing are gath .ed nearly two thou-aiipeoplo out CO waiting for some tidings that w ill single cot fin. will b the complete control of edu- place upon i lie retired list Buy existing head day The loss to tho 'company will bo large, and the next three tell thrm of the "fate of those imcational matters. This would irivt. tlia pf aoopartinciit. nnl the ntired list is ioi that puriiose months will ba consumed in mak- prisoned below. Superintendent Morgan J'arnellites rtiptrol over the rising genera that tho Adjutant General, it further provides WITHOUT A PARALLEL. ing repairs. During that time tho is busy issuing instructions to volunteer tion, wnne the conunnnd of the nolico lcr General, the t'ominlssury the Ouart-rina-ot (leuerai men and boy will not idle, relief corps, who are now engaged m would make them of the iresent of out will be given work at the remain coller-le- s driving a new tunnel to reach the An Iowa 3Imi lrlvc Two Clii'el Through Kcueraiiou. lr mi master snimhl lo com Eh&rlneci-s- . tlie Sunreon (Jeneral, the Chief ,kn other pnjtre the I h ef if Cmlnnr.. ..,.( of the company. At 1:30 o'clock a. m. men. Wives with children in tueirarm?, innnded bv ilr . Pnrtkell',. ikiiiiikim.c v - Paymaster (Jeneral Ills Own Hrail. - 7 appointed bv se , : , : report from Xanticoke savs that rescuers aged fathers and mothers and brothers and wouiu in ine'as in the event iilection ir)in onicers of tne corps to which DCBCtiiE, Ia.. December 17. A case unltnally reached the place" where tho men sisters, are tearfully watching every throb s tiemamis oeing granted, the( uiej i.eon not ikiou the rank of laeuten tui were supposed to bo. but the men were not of the j ondrrous fan which is sending pure paralleled iu the history of suicides occur, lAiymisis wouhl lie placed in a worse po- - ant Colonel, and shall have during their t nn, ..... i. there. Tlip rAsrniv ,,(.ff,- .... air into the mine. Their bleached and red here yesterday. John Mueller an old Hiiion innn mat oi uileir nucentors and no lonj r, the rank anil pav vt Ilrunnlier ra'. The JuiIkc Ad ocate" ing forward to another chamber, with hopes fnces denote intense snffenne, under the rule of Tyrcounel The slight-e- t ne appointed from the corps of(iencral hall of finding them in n few hours. Jiidsres Aubut they hope against fate. Nothing will resident anil proprietor of a small jiarble relaxation of" the tie of iha tocide, and have the rank mid imv of liruru- oe ioie unaono tnat win save the men if shop, was observed to be acting strangely union will eventuate in separation and tho' 3ier (eneral dunnjr his term onlv. The( liter they are still alive. rauniug about and gesticulating wildly. uiumaw nun oi tne counirv it will est an- - signal Officer ma be appointed from anv of WHY HE DWINDLED. About ii o'clock n expresMuan drove up lish a drill ground for hostile armies and lit officers- of the ami v not below ('upturn, Colonel of nMiry durne- hi- to his door to takon monument to the cem- dockyards for foreign fleets in the most! n rank a" In A Farmer Carries a Fro; In SIIs .Stomach SIXTEEN VESSELS SUNK, that office. The Officers or the i etery, and was horrified to see two stone vulnerable part of the Empire Therefore)' " " ' General's ilcimrt incut i.re r. in. an. Yearn. Three ialectnr ) we appeal tu those realizing onr imminent tuiteiV chisels sticking into Mueller's peril O.nted as at present. II) Senator Iniralls Ami acori of Sailor I)rnrnetl Terrible head, which be asked ' to stand shoulder t shoulder in de- w prevent the unlawful Pabkerseckg, W. Va., December 20. A the expressman to Inclcsureot public Work of a Cyclone at Colon. dnve in further. Mueller bad driven ono fense of the union and in the promotion of aids. It In tho bill Introduced by Mr. ! strange stoi-y- , well authenticated, comes chisel abont seven iucbclongcl ar through tho cause of loyalty, libertt and religion? In the last Consrrexs 1 ax tMA, December li. Colon bas been Adjourned until from Lost Creek, Calhoun County. There for (!od. tb Qaeen bis head, just in front coulives in that neighborhood a respectable visited by a cyclone, which has done great After doing thin, ho of the tup of the onr. ntry.' The manifesto is and tho Lords' Monday. All signed bv House drove another ono proposed amendments to tho It commenced'oa the 2d inst. tl; rough the center of bw furtbtad to tho Erne and unukilleu. Tanner named Joseph Donniain, w bo should damage. new rules were voted down, and a motion to ow be in the prima of vigorous miAhood. abont 2 p. in. and the next day lulled, bnt depth of two inches. Phj sician.. v ere strikeout tho clause distributing the appro. d pmtion was rejected to and the chisel "extracted. Il i The About three yearn since Mr. Doun- - recommenced again withlerrible severity. ALL. HOPE IS GONE. be report wa then aarfs to still alive but in 'tain began to complain of pains All the steamers in port pat out to sea for surgeons say Ijo a comatoreconditiou. The 1 ho Stlnftt,' hill crrtitil ibiit . uni.i..n ... M vd! r Ton '! Orart was called up nnd in. the ttoniaeh. accompanied at times safety returned, and had again to put out. duo to intemperance. die The act is ono Another .slide of inured Price, of The damage to property, has been very Dirt at a:tti(Mike. and nil Attempts to Wisconsin, alone dicntiiis.- - The bonday with peculiar twitchings and s rec s, was flxeil fn . Mxrdny next until loss I'elense the Imprisoned Minermost of that organ. These pang? were not heavy and the vesselsof lifesunk serious. January.') The. House adjourned at 0."5 The follow. ng were Alinnduncd. Southern State Fores ry Cenjress. r .v. constant, but were worse at times when crews- ilolden. Karnan, B'anchwith their Ortn'an, D1.F1 mik Sikix.s, Fl., Dtcoi.il er I.. . II Kl ii.-Kl Dountain happened to go longer than usual Atw n,jd, Ariel, Veteran, (.ken n. Lynton. l't . level iti : .. Vt tov. ii.im s ,i... it. i, oi, ri ii:-X- it Avehna Stella. Cattalina, Figri. Douglas, The steond day's session of the Southern o'clock tonight, while the r. um,; arty IfieN- ,.ii Itni- i - Vi nn itutmn to attin-- l without drinking water, of which he swal , or,, an., ,, ., not be ,,,, th- - r...itiin lowed immense quantities. was a t. , i and two others wboe names could m tor-- States Forestry Congress was largely at- wero within a few feet of wh- re tho Tin tul.ii jieueu 10 uavo oeen at a theappotii'ii t tit ut tin inmnitK tended by now arrivals from this and miners were supposcj to be, a on Enrt U'l lemblc gale of wind fm,,i tha '4U t wa- - udoptel Bil's A reoiui no; j"'isaw4 Bin, mis in woik, nnu was tlovi jtoriti-eas- t a sot occurred. Thousands of tons "r tue TheiKoval Mail new neighboring Southern and Korth.rn Statos. second cave-ienouiea to get a dnnk for several hours, freight office was The interest hown has more than fulfilled of quicksand aiHluulm again filhyt tho Mccjjnn creiii.on 01 soieci coimnittees on tti antLjXi!-'destrovI liv tho storni. of ot the pains I'orj-y- . An in:h01aM:tKt3.')ansbiilrormait ' - nlmost and twitch gs of his .tou;a harro. 4, belonging" to hc Panama Hie exjiectaUont of Uovurnor exercises was gangway, mtiklnj&hoeomiltrair'o" thre-him into convulfiliifjliRililiturTiludshili-titrrnnItailroad, is almost demolished, the roils teresting fea.ture of His sions. pUvsical condition be- having been the plnnti ng and dedication of on n'cohoUo'llquoV truilic, and on in tho oven woro thnn it wns on Friday raori came almobt a wreck. From an un- destroyed torn up and the earth works National Circle to every State treeb Terri- ing. Two of the rescuing party wero caugh entila"on and acoustics or the House. Mr. anil by tho force of the tornado usually powerful man of two hundred tory of tho Union. In the Circle of Honor in 1110 nuge mass 01 laiuirg saim. and 111 Indlay. of Maryland, tried to iret untho pounds Dountain dwindled to a mere wreck s Senate Preslilentlal succession lull by live oak trees were dedicated with imposor a 103 pounds, whose only gratification t. but failed on the ucrireitton ing ceremonies to Oliver Wendell Holmes, was with much difficulty thatofthey we: Destructive Fires. brought out alive. The work Mr Heed that the rcjrular cour-- c was to and pleasure seemed to consist in supplyclearin of Whittier, Paul Gavne, E. S. Jaffrev, Bar- away U have tho nil! referred to a conimlttee. A call the ileims has iecn ing himself with plenty of drinking water. Fla., December 17. A fire oness Buidett-Coutt- s and II. li Claflin. r tho stiit. for the introduction of Pills tne present and every one "pi ;irs to A ago became to the conclusion broke out last night in Hubbard's waremis ol- , f.l to. Anions' tlicr meuMire-iihI ue men who 'ten ut wo, Ulhcouraj,ed that theiv was arnio living reptile or house an tho dock and was destroyed tontrnluceil in Mr. Iliovn. Prohibition in Georgia. are now it f raid to the mine If, fo owli.f Itefcinng to the President Ihe stomach. Ilav.ng arrived ot rflntliann is now considered nbsohiUlv certain Lrontroterj l.ctw(n the rimed States and the conclusion, ho consulced a physiciau, gether with the warabouEO of Benedict & Atlaxta,Ga., December 17. This morn- that the twenty-fou- r men un.f lHy en who gave him a powerful emetic, which Co. Abel's block is badly gutted; Uaieu's enezm to the a.vanl of 1M; ' ing, in'the U. S. Court, Judge McCoy de- tombed in the" mine will not bo rescued grantins: si in anted Dountain to throw up. After retch-- .. billiard parlor was destroyed with a numj to oldiers the cided the contested election cases growing alive. They hnve Iweu imprisoned since, 'jwar: Increiisinj,. pensions of thef surt Mexican tug and groaning till he was black ber of other buildings, ontaling an aggreIvors of out of the recent prohibition election 111 Friday morning, nnd even though tbey ithe war if lsli and frrantlnsr arn4ii-- to face, the in he succeeded in gate loss of pensioned by sjurlal kcI. Tlie House may have throwing up time an immense frog, Pa., December 17. James this county. The Judge refused tocontinue works, theylived for a die ofin the breast- 'adjourned nt 1:13 p. m. which weighed thirteen ounces. Tlie rep- W. Cooper's must now starvation, if the injunction restraining the Ordi- from no "other cause. It will take two cabinetwarq factory, this city tile was still living after getting ouu-idWasiiim.ton. Pecetnbor 'Jl. Sfxite A of nary from announcing the result Loss, 00,XiO: insurfavorably and win wcte n its habitation, but died in a few minutes. was burned of the election, and decided the case weeks to penetrate the mass of earth now numlx r ofthe t Hleudar, por'cd ance S30.000. . iticlud.ns' that of Mr. placed on The excitement Dountnin'sint?ns relief nftcr the success against the liquor men on every point Thero obstructing tho passuge-.Ciscix.VATf.-O.- , December IS. Geo. to biintnivand polygamy Edmunds of the ejecttnentproceedings can better be around the mine is indescribable, women and ono ! Mr Hoar to establish a uhiforin is in the bill adopted a provision that Geor6z Bro's chair factory located in imagined than He is rapidly bottoms, was completely gutted by fire the gia wines may be sold, as winos from other and children, who have hardly dosed their system of bankruptcy throughout the ruitcd last States were i egamiug his lost- manhood, eyes sincorriday. are lmido nearly but doe-iiexcluded. That portion of tho by the frightful" calamity. Screamscrazy states. Senator Cuilom introduced a postal about ?au,UuO. At this ucn """"xiPratenuantitiesof water. night. Loss was 'iV mid tclcffrapb bill. Mr. Logan offered bills to niorning fire discovered in tho Ware bill Judge McCoy decided was unconstituHo keep the frog m a jur ot alcohol, and wails of anguish from the women lncicaso tho ellicieuct ot the army of the grear. pleasure in showing his strange tinegar Factory, on Third street, near tional and no wines couMbo sold takes rend the air while the disheart- United States; to equalize the bounty of solGrand Central Depot. The fire originated tenant to his many curious visitors. ened nnd exhausted miners it around tho I diers, sailors and uiuiines of the late war; inthefurnaco room. At this hour 1:13 Underground Wires in Chicago. mouth of tlie mine iu sullen dcspairAt to pension prisoners of war. und to reeulato there is no hope of saving the factory. ii'Hiiiikuji;jii-- . .'ii. , k pimm Chicago, Deceinbor Is. Thero are, as 12 :.'I0 o'clock this niorning the mine off- lfereduc Once or twice the fire was communicated tho action of tho rcso'ut.ons BREAD ON THE WATERS. work to tho shed ot the Gi and Central Depot, but nearly as can bo estimated, about 15,000 icials decided to tibundon cave-- 111 the'air State Department In the Keiley mathhnft on account of the nndcthn ter, Harrison oflered a resowas extinguished without loss. btuator miles of wire in Chicago used by the tele- presence of fire damp. All attempts to get lution to investisrato the charg'"' eontaitied A Dinner to a l'oor Jlan llrlugj Klcli Ke. graph, telephone nnd electric light com- the missing men out alive have nowlbeea In the report of the Commissioner of PetiI urns Alter Many Years. panies. Last December there were show u obnndoned, but the work through theVtnu- - tions iis'iilnst his pretleci-ssorlor an alleged Five Troopers Killed by Indians. Por.TKCfi', Mc. December 20. Some time npiillcatu-- of political tets to pensioners, to be about 1.100 miles of wire underground. itei win Iks pushed steadily turwaru. Demixg, X. iL, December 20. Saturday but on Mr. C'ockrell's objection it went ago, while passing through a railroad depot Since then the work has been actively gofover. A lesolutlon to Investigate tho subject inthiscitr, the attention of H. Tliatcher morning, nearaWhito House, northwest of ing on, and during the present year about GOLD IN PENNSYLVANIA! of undervaluations in the New- Vork C'ustotn-hou- e company of the Eighth three times that amount has been put out ;Clarkwas attrarteil to a feeble, joorly Silver City, was ngrccsl to Mr. Heck spoke nt of sight. By May wires in the Great incitement Over ,lle;::itioin of length on his resolution of inquiry In regard clad old man alighting from a train. Mr. United States Cavalry, under Lieutenant business poition of1 all theare to the Treasury Department the city expected to Itlch IlNcoterles. Clark watched the stranger a few moments. Fountain, were ambushed by hostiles bo underground, though it will probably wltn the laws requiring the uso of with disastrous results. The followt, Pt.. December 'Jl. The silver. The resolution was reierrcd to the He seemed bewildered, and knew not ing TMtt take at least ten years to place all the were in hilled the fight farm, near this place, has been leal Committee on Finance. At :i:"i" i. m.. tho in what direction to turn. Mr. Surgeon Maddor. Pri- wires throughout thecily there. Senate went into executive session, and at Clarjt .made a. few inquiries, and which ensued: by Taylor iV Co.. of Itingbamton, N.iy. 4 o clock adjourned. vates Collins, Gibson. Button and McMil-lelearned- that the old man bad arn a call or the States, l,ui7 hills a who are backing Martin John-oUtterances. Treasonable. Horsi: Lieutenant Calull and Corporal rived at a strange city, where be had not a were slightly wounded. The Into hnve inade're were introduced fromMr. Wait, of the Stat s, who profes-xsingle friend, lie had no money with him, dians Madrid, December ! Tlie Queen Reof Connectionly one of which, by numbered twenty-one- . After the gent y over discoveries. Mr. Clarlr .nvitcd tin. Granger to bn, which cut, whs for the suspension of coinage of the refused an audience to the murkalile headed west in the An 0I1I Ftnndard silver dollar. Mr. Willis tKytof-f-tcand ave him a dinner As soon as fight theyThis is the same hand direction of Duke of Savillc, cousin to tlie into King. thero is great excitement. Clifton. with which fee had finished bis meal tb i old man arose, u hill to repeal tho tenure of olllce act; drift is to be ojened. nnd the p)',i Fountain had a fight on ths 9th instant. The Duke was thoroughly by the fever of wars ago is again likely to spread to estnhlih a sub treasury at Louisville. mid went 0:1 his way. Mr. No jaid good-'tIndians are reported killed. Queen to receive him, and in this section The Hartrniift fnnip refusal of the Clark never h:.rl from the man again unh At 5.15, when Maine had been reached, tho has openly and publicly spoken abuse of composed of thirty acres of good rvd sL0. House adjourned until Jantinry V for the til yesterdaj, when he received a letter holidays. her. He boasts that Queen Christina will Mr. Johnson has mined gold in Australia," fiom a lawyer of Chicago informing him A Living Electric Battery. soon be forced to relinquish the ltegency, Sweden and oilier places. He MitsutiiB .tl'nt lie had been bcniieathcd severnl tlmn. O., December 20. Frank nnd that Isabel will replace her. specimens of ore found assayed fifty-fouGermany Picking Up Loose Islands. ""id dollais by theoldmanwhomheioinur Burnett; aged fifteen, residing with his Those declarations have mused a sensadollars to the ton Silver ore has Us0 in mo depot and took home. StN FutM isco, December 21. Tho Gertion of no small interest in Madrid, and it tieen found iissii ing sixty-sidollaifM,, widowed mother, has develoned Mow is very probable that the Duke will bo the ton. A furnace will lie erected Jui man Nnutilus has raised the ers indicating that Let is au au. prosecuted for disloyal utterance?. A Queen Who Stands en Her Dignity. other lands teased, mid the "mines'' worked German flag on the Marshal! und Gilbert mated electric battery. He is slightly to a greater extent than ever. group of islands in the South Pacific, numMadmu; December 20. The Duke of. built, and on bis npproach chairs and A Would-b- e Suicide of Twelve Years. bering about fiftv "in all. und claimed n Seville, who in resentment of the declina- tables dance, and heavyf articles totter protectorate over them. Tlie natives are American Patients for Pasteur.l New Youk, December IS. For the third tion of Queen Christina him an that his natural strength could not said Ui In civilized, and for many years move. The lad is unable to explain his untime John Haiiuun. aged twelve years, was Pauis, December four childin have been under the influence of American audience on Friday, publicly vilified her natural power, and bas always enjoyed arraigned before Justice Smith in tho Justin Fitzgerald, Patsy Ryan. AVJ mivsionaries nd . predicted- that Isabella good health. The tests made show wwdd eooi replaceCbristina as Queen the lad to be able to do morethus far has Police Court this morning charged with at- Lauo and Patsy Reynolds, who than ho tempting Aegenr, nas heen arrested. The prompt claimed. It tsT probable, medical experts Tlie fatherto tako Jiis own lite by banging. cently bitten by mad dogs in Newark? J. Bijah," of the Police Court.Dies at Detroit of the buy that the lioy examine him to action of the Government in deal- - willsecret of his power.ascertain if possible w ould not go to school slated sent, and when J., and sailed on December .l. in the'steai when Dhtiioit, December 21. Abljab Joy, one the ing with tie Duke has occasioned g spoken to about his conduct went off nnd fhip Canada to be placed under the trentf.. of the oldest members of tho police force ot ment of M. PjLstetir, Janded at Havre all of a In military and other deliberately planned to end his existcilce. welL They reached this citv at Harper Hospital. Miner Falls Twelve Hundred Feet. and this citv. died circles, and the impression prevails that Justice Smith committed the young would-bhave proceeded to Pasteur's 'house, where He was" well known all over the country as the strong feeling manifested by the suicide to the Catholic Protectory. Denver, Col., December 19. "While Polico special arrangement f have been mado for the "Biiah" of the Detroit Queen and some of her advisers in favor of Court sketches. tneir treatment- leniency to pa-- t political offenders, yet no seven men were being hoisted to the surAn Heir io Twenty Millions. public avowals tending to bring reproach face in tho Solferino Mine, nearNevada-ville- , Enic, Pa-- , December 1. Recorder Ranupon the Queen will be tolerated foi a a rock fell from above and struck How the West is Settling Up. Turkish Baths a Specific For Hydrophobia. recorded documents of great Archaleu3 Warren on the head, knocking dall Milwaukee, Wis., December 21. The Wasiunotov. December 21. Officials of him out of the basket. The men tried to interest, it being an agreement between L. theory advanced a short time since, that a the Fostoffico Department report that they him, but failed. catch Tho bucket L.udy and Bush & Cau field, whereby the Baltimore to Prohibit Opium Joints. was about 450 feet from tho surface at two latter are to mauago an enormous vigorous treatment of Turkish baths, ad- are receiving an unprecedented number of Baltimore- - December 20. A movement the time. An exploring party found apiece estate left Endy by a grandfather in Ger- ministered in the early stages, would ef- applications for tho establishment of fectually cure hydrophobia, seems likely to in Kansas and Nebraska, indicating The fortune is estimated at ?:X,0Ci0,-001b bow being made in this city to procuro of his jawbone at the level, and a man-. bo verified in the case of Joseph Krel'la, a rapid settling up of those States. The will provides for the establishof his 6kull at tho Ie vel,where tho passage of a stringent law against tho Piece of a Bank, a a who was bitten by u dog. had the premoniopium joints, which have largely multi- his coat was also found Hid bodv fell about mentchurchNational poor Thetheater andin tory symptoms and has been relieved by a for the All tho oleomarirarine sold in New heir lives twelve hundred feet, and is now in the free plied recently. It is proposed to make tho course of tho baths. Corry, this county. j Hampshire has to be dyed pin7. of penalty prohibitive. Thcro are hundreds water at the bottom mm tho shaft. of Chinese laundries in tho city whore tho SEA SICKNESS. IKilled by an Accidental Discharge. South Dakota. drug Is said to be smoked, but there is now Never think you have done wrong no law to 1 each them. Hunox, Dak., December 17 In tho joint Abraham Lincoln's Opinion or a Fopu& Mansfield, Pa., December because a debtor gets angry. His anger Barton Ehot and almost instantly killed nn session of the State Legislature, Kemedy for Its Cure. jf under civil treatment shows that ho Chicago's Memorial to Gf neral McClellan. unknown Frenchman. Barton claims tlie yesterdaj', the result of the previous day's Though there are many remedies, does not intend to pay. This you shooting was accidental. He says ho was election was formally announced, and the CniCAGO.Dscembcr 20. Tho Grand Opera-bouhandling a gun and that it prematurely Hon. A. C G. Moody and Hon. A. G. for yet medico might, as well know earl' as was crowded today with a multitude exploded. were declared elected U. S. Sena Journal of Commerce. ccience, we believe, refuses to put forth ef admirers of tho lato General George B. tors Tor tho btate ot south Dakota. Chinr se Emperor to Marry. any of them either as preventives or as McClellan, gathered there to take part in Dying With Two Chisels in His Head. Peki.v, December 19. exercises held in honor of the memory of is currently recures. Prominent among the remedies It was once a prevalent notion tb dead soldier. The ttrtgo was draped in ported and generally It Dcbcque. Ia, December IS. -- John B. which keep their promise neither to tho that sighs impaired the &trength and credited that tho ourning and decorated with flowers. Lmperor will be married in February next, Mueller, who .drove two chisels into his Tfc address of the occasion was delivered at which time the Empress Regent will rehead with sdicldal intentycstordnv, died car nor to tlie hope, are wine and' jWore out the animal powers. It was lao an ancient belief that sorrow by Rev. Dr. Arthur Edwards. Bishop Fal- tire and tho young Emperor will take pos- after thirty hours of the most indescribable spirits. An anccdoto of PresidentLin-coilows and others 6poke briefly. session of the Government. suffering. tlie blood and shorto".ed life. related in the Century, shows that he knew tho tiselessness of these 'JBoston Globe. Sentenced to be Hanged. Flood on the Seine. '; The Week's Failures. Paris, December 17. A sensation was remedies. - Kew YonK, December 18. The business Cahrolton, Mo., December 18. The verWhen he visited General Grant st caused here by the collapse of a porOregon a mnn has made a comla fail tires occurring throughout the country dict of the jury Inthecaseof the Statevs. tion of the Pont Neuf which connects the City Point, in 186 i, he was met on his ,' fortable house by shingling over the Laurel Baugh finding Isle do la Cite, on which is situated the duriiig the last week, as reported to R. G. Joel Anderson-anarrival by tho General and his stall? Dun & Co., number for the United States them guilty of murder in the first degree Cathcdi al Church of Notre Dame, with both When asked how ho was, thoPresidcat Hump of a hollow fir tree. The room nine by ton feet, with a door and sides of the river Seine. It is the largest S33 and Tor Canada 22, or a total of 255, as for tho murder of John Rea, caused much surprise. They ?, tho .Window. against SJ47 last week and 237 the week pre- same charge, wore tried before on im- bridge iu Paris and one of the oldest, hav- replied: J am not feeling very well. vious. The Western, and Southern States prisonment and were gentenced to new ing ueen reconstiuctcd in 15S2. In ite Jm center is a bronze stctuo of Henry IV. nrettr badlv shaken ud on tho fifirtmtj more than the total nura- - trial, which for life, but obtained a resulted as above. Judge Xhouands of people have gathered in ths suspicious lives in ber. Davis yesterday sentenced thorn to be vicinity watchingtho bridge, as it is feared coming down, and am not altogel constant stateoMunhappines3. It I hanged on the 12th ot March next. vet. that it will collapse, altogether. A heavy over it Seateacd to the Gallows. roald bo better peace of mind rise in tho Seine caused the disaster. Ttt "Let me send for a bottle of cbaaU w be too trustfulfor his too PmsBUKoa, Pa., December 19. Edward than New OjiLtAXs, LDecember ruardcd. water continues to rise and disastrous pajrne for you, Mr. President. said, Cntfer, convicted of murder in the first rord and John Murphy convicted of tho floods, arc feared. "that is the best remi derea, for.tr Killiug of Policeman Evans, murder of Captain MtrpW and sentenced Wm. Pitt Lykdk, 1. th..o eeiitsss arrest, was refused anew to bo hanged have been granted prominent Democratic politician, is and know of for Sfe?,vro yunS women ? trial U.j tsHiraiBg-- . nd nounc-- to bo areipltof thirty dtrrrbv Opvrno' "No. no, my young friend, rep, etrrd. a V sharpshooters, tho President; 'Tvoseen many x in mv time whore iron 'irHrvs Xan-ticok- e. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. AWFUL stSPENSB a Tomnt ol The Holler Burets Killing Two Men anl Thhty ffoHmon SUTf," Causing OreAt Destruction of Piopert y. Water from Sun tan,,'' . half-paspork-packin- gBlp, DECEMBER -- rrp fiontu dry 4r -- ' " . 5TT. - ti kT irviT-A.a?ioisrs- . ,ir.3ttC. . 25, 1885. YOL&I.--NO- . ETC., ETO. 12, OJk.XX VHTO i . .t . HU.WI.M . t JIHKIs J.v. 'r. imrJTm,&r' Tho Dangora of tho Present Sci MEjararrafcreaeafeMi . t. rk "St. r. V ' EARTH TO EAKTH. . .? -v j The THE COMMONWEALTH. Lotrtn Unt Tobacco g immmfajm L'.HmK'i' . SS3S5ar V . 1 ,- -j .,..-- - V v -- To-da- y ut boiler-shed- ., 1 . w-un- y wkaarraiB airect-f2.$ra-- s -- pu-k- s T si,-l.-- mm&mz 'issmzrwkm? TVTtlTi- - u - "" - CallC-WnVRU-B - """ 1 ".::: - iiiin-ueei- - . dium leaf have been strong, and crop offercategory have been espeeially ings in brisk and higher, ndvancing73c(3150perl00 i i .105., sales at a still A spirited competition WASniKQTOtf.CU., DecemberM7. Tha fa-New York holder and the n.eral of OoiKfebrt.TSb9too'jtJ anish Regie is the source VkFJi&xSkZh HPh.er! trength in the style de-rti wltitlA.Aff'reu ; ; iNfr MU V AUW S.J1 rj B1 is considerable con iect- nk.i ajkU h Mb Hi.kAs Jbsigs t9 lofcable duration of the con- ...t..l .,. SIA,, tav.uwV Sl.VUiV tacapk TTCO iappears to be to nrevent worfcm' of" . Ueatltiful" leaves from obtaining his needed shin ornamenting fUA Governor McDanlel rpricesin Louisvillvthau ad.TOanyprbmiMtjnt citixentrof the State- supnliea? inNVtvV; fcfkpresentl Selections from the Scrip.the principal fight is on v were read by ReV. W, H. Lprade, uew cro'jceo, .uuriey tohaccou of all A Funatal & the Noted Qoorfifian, edly mograTorab!e to sellers, but not million dollars. equally R.on all grades, though all have Vandf.ubilt's death was indirectly tha General Robort Toombs. j ,' Dark and heavy lugs and me- result of overwork. been fir . Sketch of IU Lone and Varied Career artfcaotthe market has been Jlarket. decid- CURRENT TOPICS. Thbre's millions it" Vanderbilt's will- - A session" of Congress costs about three 0t Tl mssft&sm k. .- :v, auttma mm The Methodists have spent a rallllaa dollars for missions this year. The students of the Oberlin, 0.,UnI verrftjr are going to havo a 50,000 gymnasium Kentccki, Tennessee, Ohio and Missouri furnish the high officials to the nat&iMl.. bouse. 1 The tomb of Mr. Vanderbilt will b guarded all winter until the mausoleum ia finished. - For the first time in the history of the United States there is not a single Smith in Congress. -- - & -- .... xueieatoinftia-!iTiTfciTnTivii- i .u.,...,. ". discoui-se- were by Rev W. H. Laprade and Bishop Beckwith s ?. .iLthHOurch,ajupraftjiSsaiifcr SMimJmW BtH unifpiaiiyfir.ni, " Mr .jwi - a'm-Twith Iowand hth relatively strong, and JITered by Hev. b. u urown. ine funeral t T. i. - - . siy glish e 1 1 h- ,j iif-c- vijjor-Viusl- ion -- To-u.g- Cotn-mon- x fsn-hoti- s Susque-fcann- car-load- s pr e, .- - cen-nini- - .. '.:; '"- (n-ii- f -- ' ' St. In-'- sum-inone- . Tliou-min- ! jcrk-ing- - -r- I - 1 ji-- - 1 111 n .k-- -- Prc-ide- nt g 's 11 lanl-mou- con-en- JACK--o:.'viLi- .r, few-day- s u some-Jhinginh- is er r- s per-to- ns PiiiL-uiEiiriti- e to-da- Feld-kem- p nn-lution - H. 3:-J- -- uo-iii- m , m - - Iljrt-run- ft n. n, gold-digge- r, -, one-thir- d to-dn- d v ' 111 YOUSO-TOW- S, n r x mnii-of-w- e 'Jl-T- ho - n wer. somo-tbiB- de-tad- te to-dn- e mo-be- nt to-da- y post-offic- es 1,200-fo- ot 0. 1,300-fo- ot Fought hv that luckless King at Iloscalicl alter the battle of Worcester They lelt Knginno shortly after this event and settled m Virginia. During the Hcvolutionary warn regiment of Virginia two- s was sent to (eorgia alter the losses at :ivauimh and Drv Creek, nt tho request of the Georgia authorities. The father of UeiiT .1 Toombs, then a ineit hov.was Major i the regiment. lo-- e At the of the witr Georgia gave to en h ottlcer mill private of this regiment a e.tute. Major Toombs selected a tixct in what Is now Wilkes County, and settled iloun. General Uobert Toombs was born In Wilkes County, Ga. Julys, :iio. His father died he ore ho was live jcirs old. He educated lt an old ScoteluiMii until he was fifteen, nnd then, prepaid! tor college, he went to the I'tiiversity of Georgia, then Frankhu f'ollege. He was. a lniudsouie, wealthy, rollicksome joutli. nnd got into fume trouhlc with the fnculty. and left Athens for I'nion (Allege, Schent vtady, N. Y.. where he grsdiiHteJ at eighteen. He then went to tho I'mtersitj of Virginia, studied law, and. returning to his home, wua admitted to the liar when he was not tuentt tears old Not long after he married the lovely woman who died a short tune Mnee. nnd settled in the town of WHsluugtou. He was very successful in hi profession, before cargo! aie hating made he wn t hi o SI '41,11 V in fees and protlts. his income being per mm 111 at leat for several veurs I ml urn war of IKK he wns n In th ( icc-captniii of t limti-iTunder Gn Scott. When he was twentj seven jears of age in I&I7 he wa elected to the lowe house of the Legislature Then commenced a political career unequalled in Gcorgiu for M11Ic Stophcns, Cobb and brillmnc.i Crawford were lighting sttihhorni) nnd with Hill, then u varying fortune, and brtlliHtit yoiiiijister. ws bc'ng beaten at the poltp, Hfler nweeping the hustings, TJOlnbs took his honors nithout H struggle.nnd us if by di ine right. He won distinction in ihe I.egin lature b) opposing State aid to railioads. andfccured theimssageof a hill which took the finances of ticorgiuout of the hands ot thei Id tnnnmrerft hid! advuiH'edit6 bunk notes f r'ini about (0 cents on t he dollar to par He continuod a member of the I.Pgis'atiiro until IMS, wit the cfception of the lll. lit caul his tlrst tot o for Andrew Jackson, but fell out with li'iu ttboui the uaMiricuiion a Wing, w hile In troubles and Legislature was he the noin:nut Congress. cd nnd made tin for race on the V big ticki t Although there w as k tnnjorit) of tlftrm against his part in his iitrict. and 'he greut Mclliillle ws he cur-ric- l to meet the toting rrcl-iihl- e. The bit his dislnci bj a '.urge tuajont of Georgia politician" nt this pericwl iati not ho expiessel Th- - M.ue v as split into personal faction, n.id br Clerk ni.d Crawford, nnd the f elinu was intcrsily bit-tmet iwice on Tlie two the flel ot honur. nitd it whs cliaiged that CiHrksent a tallHiUtauji tollow nHuuMUVuil Allen to kill (1erkrSfi'to IiSWerrrot-gtith duel with lilia lheii loombs, its did the Imported Virginian, adopted tho causo of Crawford. The el. ler Toombs had a personal rencoiitie with Clark, whiIm ltoliei t led the younger wiegof the Craw-forparty through r.II the turbulent cmnpfopns. Tooiiib rcinai ed in Congress eight years. from IM.'i to IOi, and took u high rank in the piiiccedings of that distinguished limit While member of the Houe he was elected. 1SK!. In lsV In to the Senate. On he nas both reelected. was virtually election his unnnimous, and was won without a s'rnggie. He wns neter bt rtten in a popular oltct.nu. anil ras In active public 'ire from ISIi. when he entered the l.rginl.iuire. until 105, when h escaped trom Now in leans. All the time he wa h IcJiling in. lor in tho stirring scenes with which he tts surrounded. He knew oterv Pre. idem personally except Washington. .Icffcrtuo nnd the elder Adunis He taw Jackson inaugiir.ttcd, and sat bt John Qiuuc.t Adams when he died. Mr. Fillmore offeied htm the Secretary-hi- p of the TicHMiry, which he declined to accept. Pros Ident Taj lur offered Mr Toombs the ,f War. which he declined, and tieo.W Ci.iwfoid, who was appolnteil- 'lnnnibs nlwnys beiieted iu the soter. Jlr. elgnty if the but ho has been verj much misunderstood on the subject of seccs-lon- . ln tin subject he said a few yearn since: "I hiivencvci believed the Constitution ot ihe Cnlicd States was n good one. I question, as origirnl and. hii would never have voted lor it. but 1 wns not the secessionist blatant that I have been represented. Hint if, unto the r.me that 1 thought there was no place or security for mv people In the Union. Then 1 determined to lead them out of a compact that was protected by nothing but good fni tli. and was shown to have no good fnlth hack of it ' He served as Secrctnry of State of the Southern Confederacy for 11 short time, and resigned Hint position September 1. Hfil, to Gen. take nn active part on the Iwttle-fleld- . Toombs wns line soldier and a brilliant tighter Grn. I.ongstrcet once said of him. "I have seen hlin in buttle ofleu, nnd ueter rw lend abrig.nie." At the battle abrnter man w Inlo the attack upon the Conof Antietam. federate left and center was In progress. Gen. Itiiruside ade repeated clums to force the brldKc. which now bears hi name, over Cioek, opposite Longstrcet's right witif. defended by General Toombs with two regiments of his own brigade and tliclmtter-ie- s of General Jones This small forco under the immrd ate command of General TooidIis. repulsed titediffcrent nsnultsmn!c upon it by great y superior numbers. public service sinco t'lewnn bejondwork on the hustings, was to take 11 cnt in the State Constitutional Convention that put aside the old Con'titiitlonjof IM7 and made 11 new one. In this body General Toombs w as distinguished for a very determined lijjht on the railroad monopolies. He advanced the money out of bis private pocket to pay the expends or the convention, und the state reimbursed hltn at a later period. He was a princely liver, but a most Ucneiilh all his apparent cniolul fli.uicicr. rcckJessni'js there was a cuirentof shrewd business lense that lead him to drive a sharp Iradttnnd knit a bargain Hcisqultowealthy, bis estate being valued at probably J500.0U0. His income from his law practice has reached 540,000 per t.nnum. Since Ithe death or Mrs. Tootnbs, three ) ears ago, be bad uultcd with the Methodist memi'liurelC of which she was a ber. He bad net er taken the oathofallcgi amnesty anvo under the provisions of the procUiiiutloii.nndhfldthes'ngulardistlnclon white man in of being the onlv native-bor- n this country except Jefferson Davis debarred fiom the rights and privileges or citizenship Tho body or his late wife was removed , dye from ihe old Toombs burying-groundmiles west of Washington, December It, 18-brought here and deposited in the vault to rest of W. W. Si pson, and ho was laid alive, lm vith the one to whom, when he was attributed a great dal of h.i success In life. tiHn-lsoin11 roallsts. and followed the fortunes of diaries' I. 'I hey owned. It lb paid, the rclrcut Tlie ancestors of Gon Toombs were En- are still in active demand. We quote as follows for lbi"i tobaccos ol fair to good body and substance. Thin, green, and unripe tobacco sells Io er. common lugs. Medium lugs . Good lugs Common leaf ... Medium leaf. Good leaf Fancy leaf Ml intemirliate gradH, steady. Smoking lugs DarHawl IImvu. 3 4 1 Cvnt's Field thinks that Jho GoyernmentT;'-- . should purchase aUJtheJtelegrapblnW fcst&S&I the country. Cardinals ,Manning and Howard have written to the Pope in favor of canonizing Joan of Arc Many bills that were killed in committee last year are being resurrected at this ses- - . - 5?SJ fsfca,S va l 0J SYft 4 0 y-rt 5 00 I OKI 4 Ilurl'u. 4 50 sion of Congress. VTA 5 25 a TM(L C 00 6 75'd. 7 25 7 5lKiJ 8 50 '5ft 5 '.' 5 25 6 ifi 0K4 7 01 "J 5" 7 tt lCl 00 clbuieuiis Items. While out limiting the other afternoon, John Shultz, of Nicholas County, near Little Johnson, attempted to draw a load out of his gun w Inch be could not get to go off. and in so doing discharged the gun, the entire loud, which was No. lshet, entering his head and ueck, killing him instantly. It so frightened his companion that he ran home and left him lying iu the woods and 'aid nothing about it until the missing boy's father came m search of him late in the evening. Shultz was fourteen years old and the other boy ten. killed hib sister. A sri:iiL from Owensboro states that theie was a boiler explosion ten miles cast of there a few days ago, at Williams & Jolly's saw-milby which Henry Parish, an employe, wns killed, and Engineer Burton, John A. Peck and James Williams were wounded. Parish was employed tho day before, and is unknown. James P. Jones, a farmer living near Bromley, about four miles from Covington, committed suicide by hanging himsclt to a rafter in his barn a few days ago. He wa.? seventy-on- e years of age, and had been twice married, and the objection to his third marriage evidently was the cause of tho suicide. His second wife died a few years since, and recently a flame was kindled in his heart There is a buxom German widow who resides in the neighborhood byjhe name of Henrietta Lilger. The old gentleman had of late been paying considerable attention to her. in fact, he dined nt her bonse, and the matrimonial coast seemed to be clear for the old gentleman. He declared his love to the widow, and it was generally understood that he bad been successful in his suit. Ho announced to that they would be marnd-.sToir t"-'l'- rk Le'- - iiuurmed his cITlidren of the intention, and they tried to persuade htm out of it. This seemed to weigh heavily on the gentleman's mind, yet he was de termincd to get married. Ho ate a hearty supper. and left the room and went out for the purpose of attending to some farming duties He did not appear at the breakfast table next morning, and a m arch was instituted for him. His body was found suspended fiom n rafter in the barn, and near it was a family which the old gentleman had evidently used in putting bis head in the nose. His feet lacked about two inches of teaching the ground. Four children survive ; three soni and a daughter. The oldest son left home about eighteen years ago for the Far West, and his second son left fornhe same country nbout two years since, r4id neither of them have ever been heard of since. The daughter and re maining son reside iu the neighborhood. Louisville will rest with packing 100.000 hogs this season. l, arm-chai- playing with a pistol, accidentally shot and At Danville, David Bogle, colored, while er hec-.im- e Sccre-tarisbi- p sug-gestt- An-tieta- m Evijc. school teacher near Nicholas-villgot possibly fatal injuries by being thrown front a horse. Ollie Bisowx's last chance for a new trial was killed by the Court of Appeals yester day, and he goes up for life for the murder of Geo. Freeman, Versailles, two years ago. Couht or Appeals decides that Mrs. Mary C. Lucas can not legally be jailer of Daviess County, though she was fairly elected after the murder of her husband, former jailer by a mob. She has filled the office and drawn the salary for a year. W. P. Kino, under indictment for the wilful murder of Louis Young, on September 12 last, was found guilty in the Circuit Court at Louisville a few days since aud sentenced to two years ir the Frankfort Penitentiary. The funeral of Judge James Pryor took place iu Covington a few days ago. The members of the Kentucky bar attended in Wm e, n body. lire-lon- g . m 18.-da- mes n sea-sickne- late.-Dtnv- er Two of the toes of my buried leg overlap each other and pain me dreadfully," said the wife of Jacob Berean, of Marlboro, Mass. The leg had been amputated and buried one month. Tho husband, unknown to the wife, had the leg exhumed and the toes straightened out, and she said she knew by the relief that followed the exact moment the act was performed. Boston Journal. Bi'hglaks made a raid in Louisville, a few nights ago. At the residence of Mr Dotrick Ruby they secured property to tho valuo of S3oC. At Mr. Charles Hotupp's they entered by a back door and departed quietly, taking with them property to the value of $275. Various other petty jobs, in which property aggregating J300 was taken, were reported to the iolicc. Kentuokt fourth-clas- s postmasters were appointed the other day as follows. Central City, Mublenburg County, J. H. Short, vice J. Alcorn, removed ; Empire, Christian County, W. T Kutlnml, vice G. B Croft, removed.. The Baptists of May&vilta have received 120 additions to the chuich membership through the instrumentality of a revival of seven weeks' duration. Tnos. D. Anderson, of near Crittenden, was adjudged insane the other evening and taken to the Frankfort Asylum. Joux Graham, brakemau on the Louisville and Nashville Railrosd, was crushed to death by cars at Louisville. A special to the Louisville Courier- - Journal says: 'The Supreme Court at Washington decided the tobacco case of Miller is Wooley and the Finzer Bros., against S. J. Force a. o., in favor of the defendants. The suit was brought on an alleged infringement on a patent for making and impressing intophiE5 of tobacco during manufacture for the purpose of identifying the brand for consumers. Tho Supreme Court decides that the patent is invalid, thereby enabling all manufacturers to mark tobac- n, con-wm- ed m to-da- y I one-ha- lf Ifew jjfc"J-n6awhoi- s The oldest Scandinavian laws punished the murder of an humble maiden more than that of a chief The weaker sex was protected in innumerable ways; and even as late as the twelfth century a simple kiss forced upon a maiden was punished with a line or exile, and in the fifteenth century a law of Copen- co by this process. TiiKnew post-offic- e in Newport will ba occupied soon. Howard Davis, Louisville, assaultor of a Courier-Journreporter, has skipped, and his parents are in for heavy bail. al Judgb Ja.. Pktor, of Covington, died at the residence of his daughter, aged eighty-three. hagen ordered the adulterous woman Petzk AjtfJEHMAx, colored, aged seventy to be buried alive and the guilty part-ne- r years, wasbund frozen to death near to be decapitated. Cyn-thian- a. 17.-Pa- trick statT-ollice-r; d Me-tr- y. fl Mll-uk- . IT?-- ' pKjfctirwrv" sc-lc- 45S"? IT ' iu'Jiw.r, tmrvmm Sr ?2rrBttaaw e school-teache- rs w "yy. Smith There appears to be an agreement County, is seven feet seven 0f Shelby iucbe in writers mat height. among recent meuicai favor, a water is fattening, or at least Tcmblcb and Geo. Baker, who killed fullness and roundness of the body. It its natural temper- Dan Lew's, at Danville. s0me n a0, should be drank at re held.foiirst degree wuider ature and in considerable quantity. thiity-fiv,., Cook, aged progressing very satisfactorily. towns in ConnectiThere are forty-fou- r cut in which the selectmen sell the privi-lego of caring for tho town paupers to him who will tnko it at the lowest figure. Tun only Chinese paper in New York has suspend d publication, and the editor is now on Ins way to China to live in luxury on the proceeds of his journalistic labors. John W I)NiEL,wbo succeeds Mahono in tho Senate, wns a second lieutenant in Stonewall Jackson's old brigade at the age of nineteen He uus wounded four times. The cattlemen of Indian Territory, while endeavoring to obey the order to expel their bet els, urge that tho remaining animals be permitted to remain until' spring. s? Tnn New York Board of Health says diphtheria is spreading, and that without tho hearty of tho public and tho medical profession, it will get beyond control. Hutland. Vt., claims the oldest practicing lnwyer in tho world in the person of Reuben IL Thrall. He recently celebrated his uincticth birthday and has several cases on the docket. President Garkett, of the Baltimore & Ohio Company, is said to work more hours than any employe on the rolls. His Staten Island project is the brightest railroad con ception of the times. A Boston girl, a bright one, too, was recently introduced to Lieutenant Danen-hotteand in her confusion could find nothing to say but, "I suppose you found it very cold at the North Pole." Ir a man could live in working condition years and lay by a dollar a day for where it would draw no interest from tho labor of others ho could die worth as great a fortune as Mr Vanderbilt has left. Ttib late Adelaide Ncilson sat GOU times for her photograph in as many different positions. At the timo of her death she had in her possession a copy of every one of these cartes, cabinets, panels, etc A white flag with a black square means a 'cold wave," and a red flag with a black square means a general storm, but a red flag in tho bands of a sheriff means a very cold day for the man he is selling out. Ivdiana has furnished the country with two Vice Presidents Colfax and Hendricks. Both died very suddenly. Mr. Colfax, it will be remembered, dropped dead at a railroad station whilo waiting for a train. The French jieople arso infatuated with Pasteurand his inoculation for hydrophobia that they are about at that stage where they will cultivate tho bites of in order to show the world how easily Pasteur can cure them. g It is reported that in addition to duties on tea and coffee, with the view of meeting the deficit in the revenue, Ike new Canadian Minister of Finance will increase tho coal tax from fifty cents to one dollar per ton. doctors, of whom 3S0 Russia has are women. The dentists number but 500, and the pharmacists J,0t. Mrs. YsEri.T Dudlf.v, the assailant of O'Donovnn Rosso, who is in the asylum for tho insane at Middletown, N. Y., causes her keepers so much troublo that tho State Board of Charities will niako au effort to send her back to England. A Nebraska man has settled the question of how prairie dogs obtain the water they drink. Ho says they dig their own wcllav each village having ono with a concealed opening. Ho knows of one such well 200 feet deep, having a circular staircase leading down to tho water. A Wisconsin cranberry-growe- r has this venr emended JtfD.000 for artificial irriga tion, the problem being to flood 000 acres a foot deep at night in fivo hours on the approach of frost, nud to draw off the water in the samo time to permit of picking. Two li.Vhiirse-powe- r engines, with a ditch 1,000 yards long, 50 feet wide, and li feet deep, have proved equal to the task. It is well known that chicks are hatched by artificial means, but now comes a Newark., (N.J.,) firm who go one betterandar manufacturing artificial egg. aa it it may seem, in appearand and taste.they can scarcely be distinguished from iTituwln ken fruit, nnd arc cld al g r, mad-dog- s reim-posin33,-iO- Orleans Exposition is 825 a month. John Bkiriit is opposed to annual elections, and says that ho would emigrate it they weie introduced iuto England. Two whales were captured the other day by whaling crews off Amaganset, L. L One was sixty nnd the other seventy feet long. Tkuckke, Arizona Territory, has had a shower of ongleworms, nnd with all this good bait a shower of fish is expected along soon , Sc.ihi.et fever has become epidemic la the town of East Hampton, L. I., and the public schoi Is have been closed in consequence. A i.fMr.ER dealer says that if the primeval forests of Ohio were back on its soil, they would lie worth more than all of its im- proved farms. Congressmen There are forty-threnamed William, which in the sage opinion of the Philadelphia Xeics accounts for the number of bills. A million dollars, it is said, will weigh j tons in gold, tons in suosiuiary su- ver coin, 20 1 tons in standard silver coin, and 100 tons nickel. "It is tho modest man in tho restaurant who gets tho bad oysters," remarks a caterer. In other words, to tho victim go the spoils. An edict has been issued at Weimar, Germany, forbidding the players of pianos to have their windows open while playing, under pemlty of a fino. The right to kindle fires with coal oil, the right to he filthy, and tho right to eat raw pork a ro still among the rights that tyrants- - nro unable to destroy. Hexiiy Biedeebeck, a survivor of the Greeley expedition, bas been appointed a messenger in the Agricultural Department Jliui s:il.irv of J1VJI ner nnnnm " .n . ruche are now 12,000 men working on the Isthmus-oruunum,.and hero is an to nvory "twelve men. The work is' -e 1 j-3-Phil-delpl- Jons Ciuswell, of Butler County, Pa., is credited with the first use of natural gasaa fuel, nearly half a century since. Tun averago wages received by young ladies in charge of tho stands at the New .31 ur.a " . 3 Eggstra-ordlnar- y a Iovar 1 rrJBrV' w --- . s." -- j- - t jB$j&&s. L-- kZ - - ' ", '(,! , E 7 "J cv H 9 Sfsr. iaala.liar..lmd...1..?h: ::l.:i rvrr out In a plain box, with Vlo &reT PIate lo Empress now. Who aro that great multiA MODERN DOLL. A WONDERFUL GROWTH. tell her yearn for she hai lived a thousand tude on the highest thrones of Heaven! Mary bad a years of triaU and. anzulib. The gamWho are theyf Why. they fed tho hungome .Statistics of " The Now Scroll of LInrtyra" Forma blers, the dolL swindlers ThiMltroyed her gry, they clothed the naked, they to the Ituplit General Interest micro's noUtio! sick, they comforlod uusuanu, will not healed the an Interesting Theme. the funeral. Increase In Population and Wealth oi unw.U IB KE3T1 Its Wool was wbii One carrlasre" will u (5mrri for that the They nevr the More Northern Tortious of the swao- - like other "" . r one carri.i..,. Great Northwest. .rrv tho or found nny rest until thfy put their head Its little noscrSiL The Heroes Who Cliooso a hplieru lHr mnerai, phans and the two Christian women who down on tho sepulcher. God watched Cat. JFT Tho lne reports from the Executive Uglier, Far Nobler Than Thostt "Which ItschcokswerevO. presided over the obseqttes: but there is a them God laughed at tho or roses b 7J officials of the great States and TerriIteljrOn the Slieililliifr of Huiiihii Hash, andthoopenin-owho put their heels hard down on Its eyes the fca tories of the Northwest show a sura celestial door, ( iMood for I'nuio and Glory. that shnt, ST and a shout "Lift Upf your heads, ye everthese, his dear children, and one day tho Its dress plnBMon prising growth in population and lasting gates, and let her como in;" Lord struck his hand so hard on his thigh This important region comwealth. and Christ will step forth and My, " Come that the omnipotent sword rattled in th In the course of his recent Western trip in; ye suffered AcominondA... prises the rich agricultural and grazing scabbard as he said: "I am thsir God, and with me on earth, be gloriBut- -? Rev. T. DeWitt Tnliuage visited Detroit, fied with me in Hear-..,- , i What N the no weapon formed against them shall When roundfiy States and Territories of Minnesota, 3Iich., nnd delivered asormon on the above highest throne in He.ivon The throne of prosper." What harm can the woilldo dainty ivolstfiio Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington subject at the Jefferson Avenue l'resbyte-ria- n tho Lord God Almighty and the Lamb. No you when tho Lord Almighty, with unAnd touched a and Oregon. Church, taking for his text: doubt about it. sWhat is the next highest sheathed sword, lights for you? hidden sptjiir MINNESOTA. It warbled UMcr-neI preach the sermon this morning in Thouthercforeendurc hardness til Timo- throne in Heaven While I speak it beems It lis belt- thy, IL, :s. to me that it will be throne of tho drunk- comtort. Go home to the plaoe where The returns from the Minnesota cen"Pin 8adn"st when I sine" sus taken in May, 1885, show a popuDr. Ta'maga said: Historians are not ard's wife, if she with cheerful patience God has put you to play tho herj or the -Do not envy any man slow to acknowledge tho merits of great endure all her earthly torture. Heroes and heroine. lation in the State of 1,117,793. In heroines! his inonev or his applause, of his .Mother's I'le. military chieftain. IVo have the 18h0 it was 7bi 773. The assessed valuI find also in this roll Do nvy any social position. not portraits of the Cromwells, tho .Neaily all youns; wives hive a horn ation of propel tv in Minnesota is the heroes of Chris1'nhingtons, the Napoleons and the Wel- tian charity. We all admire the George woman uer wardrobe ur her oxquUito ap- hearing their husbands s.i that vA in lN5Uit was $25,005,0 13; l'eabody, and tho James Lenoxes, of tho pearance. Be the hero or tho heroine. If Mich a dish "don t taste Iikc lingtons of tho world. History is not writinotli ten in black ink, but nilh red ink of human earth, who gave tens and hundreds nnd there be no Hour in the house nnd you cooking." Young housekeepers who h 'Ihe cities of St. 1'aul and Minneapoblood. The gotfi of Lumau ambition do thousands of dollars to good object. Hut don't know where your children are to ,;et lis, the largest and must important not drink from bowls made out of ilver or I mil speaking this morning of those who bread, listen and you will hear something thus suffered will rejoice over tue inetiopoli.s of the State, and in of Mrs. Jones, and the complete annlala- - business old or precious atones, but out of the out of their pmched poverty help others" tapping against the window pan". Go to fact of the entire Northwest, show an uiiiuuiru iw.uiis 01 tue ittiicil. mil I am oi sucu men as those Christian missionar- - the window and you will find it is tho beak tlon of Mr. Jones. unprecedented growth. They arc sitMrs. Jones (newly nianled) How dojou uated so near ich other that their cornow to unroll before you a scroll of heroes ' is nt the West, who are living on $250 a of a raven, and open the window and there .Joiies"' mat the world has never acknowledged; year that they may proclaim Christ to tho will tly in tli3 messenger that fed Elijih. liko this pie, Mr. is porate limits now join, and form a Mr. Jones It rather cood. but someDo vou think that the God who grows the those who faced no guu, blew no people, une of them writing to the Secrearo how it don't t:ist like this pies my luo'.hcr great eonnneicial cvntrr. Thr-tary, in New York, says;3yfl thank you cotton in the South will let you freeze for used to bake. You ought to go conquered no cities, chained no capabout equal in size, and their omlin'd tftoundand tives to their (hariot wheels and vet in for that -. Until yesterday Iwe havo had lack of clothes? Do yon think that the population by the census of Mav, 18W, get her recipe. Did you bake this" '.he great day of eternity will stand higher no meat in our house foHtfiree months, God who allowed the disciples, on Sunday was 2 10,597; ii 1SW it was Htf.UGO, inMrs. Jones No. than thoe Mhoae names startled the naWe have suffered tcrribry3M" childra i morning, to go into the grain field, aud Mr. Jones Ah, who did'' crease. 152,.37. The capacity of the tions; and eraph nnd rapt spirits and have no shoe this wlutcrAfl nin speakthen take the grain and rub it in their Mrs. Jones Your mother baked ttai:d ilouring mills is 30.000 bairels of ilour archangel will tell their deeds to a listening of those people who have only a half a hands and oat. do you think God sent It around. She thought jou a dav Wheat received last year, ing universe. I mean the heroes of com- loaf of bread, but give atpiece of it to will V let you Did starve? you like it X Y. OrnpKc. bushels; elevator capacity, mon everyday life. others" who are hungry; and of those who over experience the hear 8,500.000 bushels; cut of lumber, of It Wh l.o.idedthat old man? 'I have been ouiu and In thisrolI, iiithe first place, I find all j havo only a .scuttle of coaljbut help other fret; new buildings erected. Enow am old; yet have I not seen the1 right liu have only a dolthe.heroes of the 'Tes, sir, raw leef tsJan. good; "TLm bW. 4,818, real estate sale, .29,l35,SbO. When Satan to fuel; and of thos .. had failed to overcome Job he said to God:, lar in their pocket and giva twenty fio eous forsaken, nor his seed tagging bread." black ej c best thing ydifdiriwfvKaWWio Dululb and Superior, at the head ot 'Tut forth thine hand now, and touch his cents to somebody else: and of that Get up out of your discouragement, O butcher, as he proceeded toeut a thick slice Lake Superioi. separated only bj the wears who bone and his ilcsji, nnd he will curse thee father a shabby troubled soul O sewing wo.nen ! O men of lound. "A stick of wood Hew up, I liny of St. Louis, form an important to thy face." Satan had found out what coat, and of that mother who wears a fad- - kicked and cuffed by unjust employers O commercial metropolis. Tlu-i- poj illano have all found out, that sickness is ed dress, that their children may be well ye who are hard beset in the battle of life, tion is upwards of 20.000, and next to "No, sir. up iero I overtook a man the greatest test of one's character. A ' appareled. You call them paupers, or and kuow not which way to turn! O you Chicago they arc the greatest .shipping man who can stand that can stand ragamuffins, or immigrant?. I call them bereft one ! O you sick one with complaints whom I had known for twenty years, wd. points for wheat in the Wcst.h.ning an as a joke, smashed his plug hat down tohls fcnything to be shut jn a room as fast heroes and heroines. You and 1 may not you hae told to no one! come and get tho elevator capacity ol 8,000,000 bushels. as though it wore n&bnstile; to be so . know where they live or what their name comfort of this subject. Listen to our great chin." he got mail?" DAKOTA "And nervous you can not enduro the tap of a Is; God knows, and they have more angels Captain's cheer: Dakota shows a remarkable growth "Woll.lt tinned out to be a chap Ihad hovering over them than you and I havo, vhild's foot;, to hao luxuriant fruit "To h mi that overcomcth will I give to never seen In my Hie before." I in population, and by the development "Milch tempts tho appetite of tho robust and they will have a higher seat in eat of the tree of life which is In the midst I "Indeed Ami you apologized?" of only a small portion of il guat agriHeaven. was going to, but he knocked mo down cultural resource and healthy, excite our loathing nnd "I of the paradise of God !" shows a large in1 had time." before when it appears on the platter; to They have had only a cup of cold water crease iu the number of farms products "Dear ine! But did lie Indulge In ny of BACK TO EAnTH. have the rapier of pain stiike through the to give a poor traveler, or may have only the soil and livestock. 'I he icturnsof letnarkb?" side or across the temples like a razor; or picked a splinter from under the nail of a IIou the fJlunt of I'n trie!; Tr.icey Is 1U- "Not any extensive remarks. Ho merely the Territorial census taken in June, to put the foot into a vise or throw the j child's finger, or put only two mites into said 1 ought to havo known the dffned 18S5, and the report of Coventor I'mtco citinz the Itesiilcuts or tils OM Home. whole body into a blaze of fever. Yet the treasury, but the Lord knows them. thing was loaded and would go off aud hurt to ihe Secictarj of the Inlniot foi lb&, X.utou (Mass.) Cor. Cincinnati 'inquirer. there have been men and women, more Considering what they had, the did l " compared with the census of 1880, show Several mouths ago Patrick Tracey, n somebody." Detroit Free Pras. women than men, who have cheermore than we have ever done, and their the growth of the Territory Corner, a sleepy fully endured this hardness. Through faded dress will become a white lobe, and resident of Night-CaJ8SU. 194. Two Literary Pictured. years of exhausting rheumatism and the small room will be an etemil mansion. district in the outskirts of West Newto n, Population 1.1XU ' What aro you reading, dearest?"' was found dead in an outbuilding lOrm-in- g U heat, bushels 3MM.ii; excruciating neuralgias they havo gone, and the old hat will bo a coronet of vic2tkl,Si a part of his estate. It was Uken for And ho take the fair face in hishancls Ct rn. and through bodily distresses that rasped tory, and all the applause of Earth, and " Oais. 2?. 2.M.ie toih his Itarler. " tho nerves and tore the muscles, and paled all the shouting of Heaven, will be granted that he died of heart disease. and raises tho ripe llp till 2 .ne .7 3 VS'4l ... I'otaUiet. Patrick Tracey ' ghost is said to hav? re- own, bent down to seel: them. vine cheeks ami stooped the shoulders. By drowned out when God rises up to give his ,. 1'ui.t. 2 Night-CaCorner repeatedly since Legend of Fair Womeu,' " 6e anreward to those humble workers in his visited "thedimliirhtof the taper they "A I AT. ; Hat. ton tho time of his decease hovering about bis swers when sho gets AitvagiMif iho cereals saw on their j!l tho picture of that land kingdom, ami to say to them: "Well done, JkH. J, her breath. gr No of. r.,4 z 2. r.T Corner is in a hcre the inhabitants aro noer sick. good and faithful servants!" You have former home. Night-CaTennyson, eh? Ah, vanity I raiding " valuation VV.h..slH state of feverish excitement as to why I'at aboutyoutself." Through the dead silence of the night thoy sen ar heard of the ruin of Melrose farm implement", vai. 2..aw.nal $; Live ii.",i.'vT ueuril the chorus of the an"tls. !bey. I suppose in some respects the is so disturbed. It is hinted that ho was It is a year later. The are murled. J armMuvk. valuut.ou.. fcirfVlt products, val .. 3vi-!.The cancer ate away her life from week most exquisite ruin on Karth. and yet, the victim of fonl play. Another reason The hour grows late. He is notjthere. - and mules, No. !lor21 . . Httle. No wi.:"i4 14I.UV lo week, and from (lay to day, and she looking on it I was not so impressed you may bo stronger. It is staled that the Once ngain Tennyson is on her lap xd- sho Mieep, No . . riitw became weaker and weaker, and everv may set it down to bad taste, but I was teams he used wero mortgaged, and that is reading. He enters. JliK". No "Hullo! Not gone to bed yef Wbai Woul. pounds 'good night" was feebler than the "good not so deeply stirred as I was at they have been sold since his taking off 1 have you got there?'' 5.000.9i5 10.804,2 0 under foreclosure. llutter. " night" before; yet never sad. The child tho tombstone at the foot " 'A Deserted Houe,'" she saysinoara- fihe census returns of Dakota show The neighbors have firm faith that it is a looked up into her face and saw suffering of abbey, that tomb- the fully. And ho asks no more. Sai IVim a larger per cent, of growth in the transformed into a heavenly smile. Those stone placed by Walter Scott over tho genuine ghost, many persons claiuung to Cisco Chronicle. number of inhabitants, farms and who suffered on the battle field amid shot grave of an old man ho had served for have seen it. One woman was passing manufactures in the northern half of Pat's place last night, when, it w said. nnd shell, were not so much heroes or heroa good many years in his ho.i,e the RAIN. THE STORY OF THE the Territory than in the south in ines as those who m tho field hospital and moat significant, and I defy any Pat's form appeared dimly outlined in tho I half, viz . in the asjlun: had fevers which no ico man to stand there a id read it without darkness, and steadily it approached until You can accurately tell the intm tvho'saur-neJp it was within three feet of the n NOKTn DAKOTl. could cool and no surgery could cure. No tears coming into his eyes; th epitaph. If you'll notice bow ho hcis some rainy woman, when suddenly it sank ..hout of comrade to cheer them, but numbday. "Well dona, good and faithful servant!' i jw J.rtrf. Inci tnf ness and aching and homesickness, jet O, when our work is over, w til it be found into the ground. Another story is that And observe how o'er his lady IneuJlcur-rieInhabitant', No !K.44I 0 l.UIW i . .,2I willing to suffer, confident in God and that because of anything' we have done the apparition a costed a man who was 718 as.9 r"arn. No The umbrella that should keep tfcflraln Mauuiactures. No. 45 OH taso away. hopeful of Heaven. Heroes of rheumapassing through the v aid of Pat's earthly lor God, or the Church, or suffering huSOirtl DAK'tTi. home recently and asked him for a drink tism, heroes of neuralgia, heroes of spinal manity, that such an inscription is approIf jou nod the lady his strong arm unjfiuf;. ..,;; It.i Inbnbitanu. No r...n of watr. This it diner edited, as the complaint, heroes of And li walk Inn very closely by hi sioe. Knrmo, No 13, IK TO Vf.UH heroes priate for us? God grant it! While Hie jvater is upon his tliouliliT Irlp. Manufactures. No was not fond of water while hro a us f long invalidism, heroes and heroines IK Who are those who were bravest and deplDK. i they shall reign forever and ever. Hark! served the greatest monument Lord below. Tho spiritual peregrinations are HONTAN4. You tuny know she is a maiden or a 1 catch just one s or vicinity of note of the eternal anClavei house and his burly soldiers, or confined to the Tho report of Hon S. '1. Hms. r. If the dripii)irH fail, bowe er. on her boiet. them: "There, shall be no more pain." John Brown, the Edinburgh carrier, and hi late homo, where the visits oie freGovernor of Montana, to the Sivrvt.iry inu ne waiua auout a loot or so ahead! LlossGo.l for that! his w ife? Mr. Atkins, tho persecuted min- quent. Some pretnd to disbelieve the Then she s nothing but his ife, depend non of the Interior. October. 188.5. estimated U. In this roll I also find the heroes of toil, ister of Jesus Christ in .Scotland, was story, but only those who havo not seen And they've been lor half a scoro of Via- the present population of Ihe 'JVrrilory Mho do their work uncomplainingly. It is secreted by John Brown and at 110,000; the population in tors wed was his wife, and the ghost. The locality is close on the comparatively easy to load a regiment into Liaverhousero'li'uponaday with ins armed border of Charles Kiver, not fur from Columbia DfepaWi . 39,157; increase, The report battle, when you know that the whole na- j a place mystic, beauand shouted in front of the house. estimates tho value of the siher. gold, A DESrEllATE SITUATION. tion will applaud the victory; it is conipar-tivel- y John Brown's little girl came out. He tiful and famed as the counrry-soof copper nnd lead export at $:M,250.009; said ghosts of all descriptions. easy to doctor the sick, when yoa to her: "Well, Mi, is 3lr. Atkins led cattle. 75,000 head, valued at hro?" know that your skill will be appreciated by i She made no answer, for b- $4,500,000; and of wool. G.OOO.OOO the large company or friends aud relntives; j tray the minister of theshe could not EGYPT." pounds, valued nt $1,100,000. Tho gospel. "Hal" Is comparatively easy to address an it Claverhousesaid, "theayoaarea chip of How the Name Cuine number of cattle now in the Territory ti Ito Applied to audience, when in the gleaming eyes the old block, are you? I have is placed at 900.000 head, sheep, 1,20,-00- 0 som thing Illinois, and flashed cheeks you know that your in my pocket for you. It is head, and hors-- . ltf.UKXJhcad. a uosay. ;?. L 0igiit, in isprlnuflolO Kepubllcan. sentiments are adopted; but to" do Soni-- j people call it a thumbscrew, I but WASHINGTON TERKITOIIY. I was tarn and raised in Jefferson Counbewing .vhere you expect that the emcall tt a nosegay." Washington" Territory has experiployer will come and thrust his thumb horse and he put it on And ho got off his ty, llhn ju, and grew to manhood in tho the enced a rapid growth, since the conthrough the work to show how imperfect it and legaii to turn it little girl's hand, fatni.y of my grandfather. Governor Z. uutil the bones junction of the Northern Pacific d Casey, one of the early prominent men of is, or to havo the whole garment thrown cracked, He said: "Din't and she has made accessible its rich agriSouthern Illinois He cams to Jefferson back on you to bo done over ngain; to cry! Don't cry! cried. Don't cry! cultural district" The population has build a wall and know there will be no one thumbscrew, this is a nosegay. This is not a County (which is a part of Southern IlliAnd thoy increased from 75,120 in D5S0 to 0 tosayyoudiditwell, but only to have a heard the child's cry, and the father nois) in 1810, while Illinois was yet a Terin 1S85. The Territory is free from ritory. Governor Casey wa at one time swearing employer howling across tho and mother came orjt, and Claver- debt with $17,901.81 it. of the State, for n scaffold; to work until your eyes are dim, Hiousesaid: "Ha! It teems that you three Lieutenant-Governo- r the assessed valuation of property in anu your back aches, and your heart faiuts, nave mm your holy lieaus together deter- - number of years a prominent member of 18S1 was 851,008,481. from Illinois, and held other imand to know that if you stop before night mined to die, like all the rest of your hypo- - Ojmgrehs t'OVUItXMBXT I.ANU.S. ,. .,,,, olal vc ,iu, mo sworn niiH-ui- , mining, snivelling crew, itatner portant positions. Ho was fully identified The reports from the United States has not slain so many as the needle! The i than give up good Mr. Atkins, pious Mr. with the State and people up to the tuna Miss Uorkundpeaiis Oh, Albert, please rcat battle fields of our last war were not Atkins, j ou would die. I have a telescope of his death, which occurred in Ictt.'. I go down first. It will soften the fall for General Land Ollice for livS'l. 1S81 and 1885 give the aggregate amount of mention these facts to show you that I inc. Savu Gettysburg and Shiloh and South Monn- - ' with me that will improve VOUr visir.,, Government lands entered in the entire tain. The great battle fields of the last and he pulled out a pistol. "Now," he know w hereof I speak. Governor Casey United States lor that period at lUther Heavy. often explamed to me in my childhood wh Win-- were in the arsenals and in the shops, said,' you old pragmatical, lest you should 132 acrc of w hich 29,330.351 acres, Mrs. Peterby, who had jut como Into aud in tho attics, where women madearmy catch cold in this cold morning of Siot-lan- Southern Illinois was called "Egypt," and it was this: About the year kV(I possesion of souio motioy, went to 3ItS or 55 per cent, of the acreage, was Jnckcts for a sixpence. They tolled on until and for the honor and safety of the they died. They had no funeral eulogium; King, to say nothing of the glory of God am not certain as to tho exact year), there Shauniburg's emporium for the purposed? taken up by settlers in the six North-st States and Territories, viz: but, in the name of my God, this morning, and the good of our souls, I will proceed was throughout Northern and Central Illibuying a silk dress, for the first timeMn her In Minnesota 3,SM,HCacrei. I enroll their names among those of whom simply, and in the neatest and most expe- nois n great scarcity of corn, while all life. "Dakota !he world was not worthy. Heroes of the ditious manner, to blow your brains out." through Southern Illinois thsro was a verv " Montana 2,Im,;5T " "I dinks dot dw batern will choost suit tioedle, heroes of the so wing-m- u "Idaho. W.tfR " John Brown fell upon his knees and began great nbnndauce; as a consequence, tl.o you en it vas not too heavy for you. Dot chine, he" S.'n.ii-"Washington roes of the attic, heroes of the cellar, heroes to pray. "Ah," aid Claverhoase, "look following fall and winter great uumtaf? vas very heavy siluck, said Mo'-"Oreicon l.ttcsi- - " into "Eprypt" (as in ancient and heroines, bless God for them ! you are going to pray steer clear of out! If "As tar as the weight of the silk is Total 29,S,TJlacrei. la this roll I also find the heroes who tho King, tho Council nnd Uichard Cam- times the people wont down into ancient said .Mrs. Peterby, "if it is too Egypt for a like purpose) to buy and carry heavy for ine to carry you can send it to have uncomplainingly endured domestic eron." "O Lord," said John Brown, "since This large quantity of Government o my residence in a delivery watron." Texas lands entered in addition to the. lands injustice. There are men who for their toil it seems to be thy will that I should leave back corn to supply the wants of tho ' in that part of tho State where the corn Slftinyi. sold by the Northern Pacific Railroad and anxiety have no sympathy in their this world for a world where I can love the own hemes. Exhausting application to better and servo thee more, I put this poor crop for that year had been a total failure. Company indicates a large movement An Kijiert Opinion. The chief product of the State at that time business gets them a livelihood, but an widow woman, and these helpless, fatherYou are a good judge of a of settlers to this region ot country. Kob.nson Public lands remaining undisposed scatters it. He is fretted at less children into thy hands. We have been was corn; but little else was cultivated. cigar, aren't you, Duniley? of iu these States and Territories: from the moment he enters the door until together in peace and good will, but It was the staple article of food, both for Dumley What I don't know about a In .Minnesota. SVx,:-"he goes out of it, tho exasperations of busacies. now we must look forth to a better meeting man and beast. And thus Southern Ilia Dakota noi came to be called "Egypt.' Tho cigar ain't worth knowinc iness life augmented by the exasperain heaven; nnd as for these poor creatures, Ki.'iK!.:Jl Montiina Jloblnson Try this and tell me what you "thirfc darkness" aud the extreme ignortions of domestic Jif.'. Such men are blindfolded and infatuated, that stand be...6y.Ii!ti.'jii Malm ;n.i2i,.v think of It. 1 bought a few of them for laughed at, but they have a ashinRton. g fore tue, convert them before it be too late, ance nver did exist here. 45,079.104 Oregon. genuine Cub lhujc Lt Ave. trouble, and they would have long ago and may they who have sat in judgment Duiulcy (sinokiiii Delicious (puB). gone into" appalling dissipations but for in this little place, on this blessed morning, 23t..yjei acrei. A MAGIC WAND. Total Kobltison Delightful (pull) flavor. the grace of God. One of the chief factors contributing Society is upon me, a poor, defen eless fellow-cren- strewn with wrecks of men who nnder the ture, may they in that last judgment find The lUfceovery of Natural Cm at CloioUnU foritobhisou -- Ci Ila'je Lc Aces. Spanbk moie largely than any oilier to the c tbbaRe leaves. They cost four for tea One lo it Wit oil Hazel Diihilng Itoil. the northeast storm of domestic infelicity j that mercy which they had refused to me, rapid .settlement in this region was cent. X F. Sun. 'Cleveland (O.) SpeclaU have been driven on the rocks. There are thy most unworthy, but faithful servant. the building of the Northern Pacific An interesting fact comes to light in conwns or thousands of drunkards in this Amen!" He rose up and said. "Isabel, Raihoad through these important Germiii Discipline. codntry y It construcmade such by their wives the hour is come of which 1 spoke to you nection with the discovery of tho volume It Is pretty generally known that the dis- States and Territories. by the liberal That is not poetry; that is prose. tion was made possible on the morning when I proposed hand and well or natural gas on tho property of the cipline of tho German army Is .very strict grant of Company a But tho wTong is generally in the oppolands made for that purpose heart to you, and are 3'ou willing: for the Cleveland Rolling-Mi- ll ago. All the opinions of the local Tho tiiKttitiets who aro in ccsftTare by the general Governments 'Ihe line site direction. You would not have to go love of God to let me die?" She put her far to find a wife who is a perpetual mar- arms around him and said. "Tho Lord scientists were against the presence of gas very punctillious. One day a Soldier ap- was opened for through traffic about tyr. Something heavier than the stroke gave and the Lord hath taken away. in largo volumes at the spot where it was peared on dress parade with the bottom but- two years ago. and considering the sirueK at a depth of ...lO) feet except ton of his vest unbuttoned. It Immediateof the fist, unkind words; staggeringhome Blessed be the name progress already made in developthe Lord I" at midnight and constant maltreatment, that snivelling," saidofClaVehouse; "I"Stop Charles Latimer, Chief Engineer of tho ly caught the eyes of the Inspector. ing the rich agricultural, grazing, havo New " What do you itieau, sir?" ho shouted, timber, mineral and other native rewhich have left her only a wreck of what had enough of it. Soldiers, do your York, Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad, grow nig as red as a turkey cock, ''what do sources of the broad on whose advice boring for gas was she was on that day when, in the midst work. Take belt of country aim! Fire!" nnd the ten years ago. The company got a you mean bj appearing on dress parade which it traverses, it is safe to predict of a brilliant assemblage, the vows were head of John Brown was scattered on half naked'."' FU&jcnde Blatter. taken and full organ played the weddinjr the ground. While "the wife wns small well, but it was Hooded and abanthat at no distant day this region of march, and4he carriage rolled away with gpthering up in her apron the fragments doned three years ago. Charles Latimer, the West will count its" inhabitants by .. r -An Uiifouniioil Keport. the benediction of the people. .What was inents ot her husband's head, gathering ' 'h fSiA nrnArlmaiiiii nif luu ..,utU6.luli.1 millions, and the amount of wealth its r" - ...lu awakened much interest and curio;ity the burning of Latimer and Itidley at the them up for burial, Claverhouse looked into Prof. Snore, of the University of Texas, people vill realize can scarcely bi estiadv.se.1 Mr. William is such a learned man that he has stake compared with this? Those men her face and ald:yOW,mv good woman, , continual mated. soon became unconscious In tho fire, but how do you feel PresiUeiit of the rolling-milspells of now about your bonnie Origin of Familiar Things. work "th ol wrf .here is a fifty years' martyrdom, a fifty man" "Oh, she Mr. " I am glad to sec you. Why, there was said, "I always thought JS "",u,,ue was not inclined to do.buthede- years' putting to death, yet uncom'.. .rv- - n,i tn well of him: hA,. a report aU over town that yon were daid " g was first introduced Into plaining. No bitter words when tho rolMr. l had no reason for anything but tenuined to drill another well.wero Lati said one of the students to him a fewCiys England from Italy by Pcclc in 15C9. It licking companions, at two o'clock in tho well of him, and thiukiug better of him mer and his witch-hazwand called I think ago. 4I upon. He mado an examination and premorning, pitch the husband dead drunk now." was derived from a system of algebra ' Vou don't tell mo so?" Jf dicted gas at three thousand feet. Sure into the front entry. No bitter words when O.what a grand thing it will be in the Yes, it was reported that you were7Vad published by Burgo at Venice. Nota'i enough it was struck, and soon in great and buried." wiping from the swollen brow tho blood last day to see God pick out his heroes and public were first appointed by the in a 'midnight carousal; bendstruck quantity. Under Latimer's advice the old " 1 declare. Well, tho roport has not been ries heroines! Who eterFathers of the Christian Church to mako ing over the battered and bruised nity trudging off aro those paupers of well will be resumed. It also transpires confirmed jet, has It?" Texas Slftlngs. T form of him who, when he took Who are they? fromthegates of Heaven? that Latimer's rod indicated gas on the a collection of the acts or memoirs of . The Lord Claverhouses ker from her father's home, promised and the Ilerods, grounds of J. A. Wade, the millionaire An Eaiy Death. marlyrs in the first century. Signals to and those who hud sceplove and kindness and protection, yet ters aud crowns banker, and a well of suflicient volume to "What's de news out ou Onion Creek?" be used at sea were first contrived by and thrones; but they heat his great mnnsion and conservatories nothing but sympathy and prayers and lived for their asked an Austin negro of SI Jackson, who James II., when he was Duke of own aggrandizement, and forgiveness, before they are asked for. No they have broke has been bored. was sitting on a wagon. ' the heart of nations. York, in 1665. Thc were afterwards bitter words when the family Bible goes Heroes of earth, bat paupers of eternity I Nuflin datole uiggah Sandy a improved by the French commander for rum, and the pawnbroker's shop gets I beat the drmng 1nf'ii Yoiiiijj Dream. 0f tnefr eternal despair. dead." Tourvillc, and by Admiral Balchen. the last decent dress. Some day, desiring to woei woe Macon (Ga.) MessetiKer. j Woe! "Am he de uiggah what libbftl on de Raw silk is said to have been first made evoxe me story of. her sorrows, you siy: .. ! .. Hilt Ihira !o ... n A party of Lin coin ton youn people Chapman place, and he only bad a eye?" in China about 150 B. C. It was first "Well, how are you getting alon now!" , WhyTho8o Whytta visited Grave's Mountain the other day ou I? brought from India in 274, and a pound "Dai's de man." a picnic In exploring a grotto known as ;CTnt hrfll "Did he die easy?" of it at that time was worth a pound of siucuug un ijuiveiiiig lip, sue Siyfc: is coronation day jn Heaven. Who are "Wolf' Den," a growl was heard and two In "Easiest,... de world. Yon am Wju. rbld. The manufacture of raw silk was "Pretty well, I thank you, pretty well." those rising on tae U . T Ul. 1...4 Introduced into Europe from India by LMU. She aaver will tell you. In the delirium of eternal royalty. - thrones with crowns of luminou eyes shone out in the darkness. linu UIH UUO HVH IBr rtAOJt mii mst have been The young men quailed at the sight, but Hah! heahl heahl". Teiaaatft Theyaome monks in 550. Silk dresses were herlast sickness she may tell all the se- j great people one young lady commanded her sweetfirst worn in 1455. Christian aCWork. crets of her lifetime, but she will not do ' people. So, os earrfsr :Am rMft.l. a. ? tkty tJuigbt in a ragged heart to enuct the role of Israel Putnam. m VHI.IC AIITailMIt. that. Not until tha books of eternity are school. t Taught In a ragged Ho hesitated, but when sho turned on him "How Is your uncle cobIbc oaF An ocean steamer lately look out to opeaedou the throne of judgment will in a ragged bchool Is that all? with a smile and said: "Go for my sike," New Zealand a consignment of "bumble erte be known what she has suffered. That is all, who arf those souls waving he shouted sine 'jHu Koj, and plunged into Gilhooly of Hostetter McGlnnlb. ' " ery poorly, indeed. He Is tees." At present clover does not Oil ye who are twitting a garland for the scepters of evwaal rfr.hTtr.inn? Whv. thev the darkness of the cae. In a short tinrj "seed" in that country, because there victor, pot it on that pale brow! When sho were little caiHr, who waited on invalid he returned with a youu cub fox,, and treated by three doMata, U1UII Tk. ...LI are no bumble bees to fertilize the flow-- it. iimam is ihhu aaiaia uciviiunri win rtAir at "That's cowardltWa-- i l ,,":?:. .lt?a-a-? That's all. She was laid its mangled body at the feet of bJ one man goi agaiaefiW ers. The importer hopes that the bum.,., "wtutHfyrt on earth; ib it a fair aiUvr, hj ble bees will save him $5,000 a year in tng. i Jover sed. K. Y. Herald. Carefully-Compiled Itel.-ulv-e lALMGE'S SERMON. FREQUENT FRESHETS. A JCathor Koiigli Vara ToM at ihe Kxprnse of a Noted Wetrrner. conl 1 heart-broke- n. I -- eno-mi- es 0 &"& at full-leng- th '' i $101,-02?,.')b- 7; $ll-VJ73,- v- - bugle-blas- t, y -- ?- ; - ick-roo- . A flwwt -- j: '- JUX).-724,3- ! jop-pose- ," ! i i I 1 dis-Ku- st f , p ". ' th-'- y I " -- sick-roo- p .1 m j . p t i -- ns.i.4 ! l 1 ft-- T - j , j ' I d. " terror-stricke- . I. e, door-yard- tk, 18-S- 70,8-1:1- lu-- ii, at J , J Kail-roa- , 175.-00- i ! f 54.-07- 0. d, Congressmen from the WeM. twenty y6ar or more ago, though possessing a large share of .senso," were decidedly delieient in -- book larnin." xVmong the most noted of this class was John Reynolds, at onetime Governor' of the State of Illinois, who is immor- ialized in the following sketch of two freshets in one day: Tho Governor having been selected by his district to represent it at the rederal capital, ou arrival there became an object of great curiosity, and the senter of many a laughing crowd. During the recess of Congress for the holidays he accepted an invitation to spend a week in Baltimon- - with some-new friends. On arriving thcrv he determined to nee all the sights of the monumental city alone, and appeared to enjoy noth- ing better than loafing, generally, in all Hum lo (ia'ii a Victory ()cr Tlini- parts of the city. The ships and" steam- ' boats and oyster boats all attracted at- When you want to have a good hour's tention. but especialK the river. and sit down in your room for reading, Now. it must be stated at this stage of that puqiose, it seems trange tnat tho my stor that tho Governor was from ' the Mnks of the Mississippi, whoc wind will persist in blowing the blinds mighty waters at limes resembles a shut and darkening the room. You great inland sea, or a narrow, long, open them again, and they are slammed ' shallow pond, according to the olume back in your face. Once more you open of water created by the rain which has them, anil they flap back on vonr linger with all theigorous snap of a fallen upon the country it drains. and ou conclude that if Fate "is Well, it was noticed by his friends that the Governor for several daiuado, against you, you will cae in and acmorning, noon and evening trips to the cept the dark room. If the room is too dark for you to wharf and returned with a puzzled, abstracted air. On being asked the ii read in, tt is not too dark to sleep in. for this manner, he would reply. So you lie; down on the lounge, and .shaking his bead: "Mighty strange compose yourself for a sweet refreshing nap. No sooner do ou close .,r river, this tjuare country." He was very much afraid ot being ees than the wind changes, and bang quizzed or sold, and hcuce, fought shy. go the blinds openagaist the hoiv-- like On one occasion, however, being throw'n ' the wing, of a spread eagle. The room oil' his guard while in an exhilarated is as light as day. You want to sleep cuimii.on, on neing uskuu ine reason lor now. to you arKc and count what linhis opinion of the country and the river, gers you have left, to see if you hae a he told the story of his puzzled condi- siillicientnumber to close the blinds w ith. You think you are pioperlv fixed to tion thus: "Gentlemen, you see. I o down to make the attempt, so you close Loth your river in the mornen and find it up ' "butters. Before you gel the window down, to tho banks, in the afternoon it is very low, and in the evencn boonien full, hang they go open- - Then yon get one ou an This is the quarest country and quarest securely closed, and just a river i ever seed, l ou have two f resh-o- about to fasten the other to the eati b the first one shoot in one day, and nary a drap of rain." on the window-sil- l, The theory of the tides was- soon ex- out and lands against the house with plained to the Governor. Baltimore sufficient violence to knock down pictures and loosen the wall-par Sun. Then you get both shutters in o.ir hands, and draw them in togethei Cause of Neuralgic Headache. When they are almost closed, and ou The London Lancet says that tho feel that ou are full of ictor. the pain of the neuralgic headache exper- shoot out of your hands like two birds, ienced by women is generally located and almost jerk you ofT your feet and over the sill. in one or more branches of the second After this you lie on the lonnge with cervical nerve, very commonly those your book. When the shutters persist terminating in the scalp of tho occiput. in remaining clo-e- d you sleep, and when The nerves of the scalp are irritated by they stay wide open yon read. Then the hair drawn tightly back and put ou you can feel that you hae gained a the strain, not as a whole, in which the victory over Fate and the contrariety J'uck, strain would bo spread over a large area of of the surface, but by small bundles oi ItlowluK L't Hell C.ntt- hair, which are pulled back and held in basleea ajabonousand costly work, but is often conplace by hair-pinRelief tlio eHort. OlTtniction in sciously experienced as a result of re- tbo end juifuleschannel means any important but thi has only the hair-pinmoving in tho orvans of the human boily a temporary and partial effect. The in- brin inevitable disease. They must lie wreck will follow jury done is lasting in it consequence'. cleared away, orphysu-a- l ami Keep the liver in onW, the pure blood courses through tlio liody, conveyniK Rev. Sam Jones whoops up the health, strength and life; Iet'it become dis boys sometimes aud rakop them terri- ordered and the chaoneU are clogged with which reilt in disease and bly about their gambling and drinking impurities, other meliciiieeiualsDr Pierce's death. No frolics. "Oh, I've been all along there, "Golden Medical Discovery'' for acting bovs. I know all about it. ami I used upon tho liver aud purifying the blood. to go to balls and dance too. boys. But "U'ht, when I wanted to get married," when I you can it's the most stienRthening food 'Treeiselv. but wanted to settle down with a good wife. v b tiedeat"the steak all the 1 don't want to time." But J qnit drinking and gambling; and I tun JJutlget. didn't go to a to got my wife, g but I went to a and I l'onnp: 3Ien, Item! This. got a good one." Vicksburg Herald. The Voltaic Belt Co., of ilarshall, Mich., offortosend their eolobrated Electiio- - Voltaic Uclt and other ELLcrnic The pecan :rce, in the United on trial for SO days, to men (young States, grows chief! in Louisiana, afflicted with nervous debilitv, loss or old) of Territory. Tho ity and all kindred trouble." Also for vitalTexas, and the Imfian mite grown in Louisiana rank the first many othin quality. These nuts are shipped to er discrsos. Complete restoration to health, vigor.und o risk inall parts of the United States, and into curred, niaiihoodKuaratitet.il. 30 days' trial isaliowed. Canada. There i.s no European mar- tbomatoncefer illustrated pamphlet, Write freo. ket for thorn. The trees grow from CO to 70 feet in height, sometimes highor. entertaimnent Cat concert V J". Morning Journal Tho' yield a heavy and durable wood. X. 0. cayunc. "Wn guarantee tho speedy, iainlps and permanent euro without knife, caustic ir A lady from Michigan relates a very Falve, of tho largest pile tumor. Pamphlet for two letter stamps, pretty story of hi-- Httlo boy, whom she and references World's Dispensary iledical Association, took "last .summer for thr lir-- t tiine to the OaJ ilain tjtrect, Buffalo, . Y. seaside. The little fellow w s greath pleaded with the shjiit. One lav, when is the professional flute player ho h he saw the first ocean teamed ipproach toIt whistle for his money. tlio coast, he was exubcrai it: "Oh, mamma, just come out and see. There's PiKE'sTooTUsriinDnopscurcinl minute, 2.V5 n big locomotive taking a bath." Boston Glenn's Sulphur .Soopoalsand benutifles 25c GcRMANCoio'itCMOVEakUlbConi's Uunlons. Jlcacon. Ktuikin'O a natty dude Clubbing a dai Tho thirty-eigStates of the Union contain 2,200 counties Texa leads dy Harvard Lanjoon. with 151, and Georgia follows witli 127. Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50a Ij n , , I ! Among the many stones Lincoln used to . . rtll..-.- . uiiuHinrj: Trudging along reiaieiio"" one lonely road morning on rav wav to a 5CSI dO&J&i I tho county Bcat,Judge overtook' mo with his wagon and invited me ton sm We had not gono far before the wagon liognn to wobble. Said - "Judge. I think vour coachman has taken a drontoo much " Putting his head out of tho window, tho Tlio Great Hloo.l I'urlfier, for the Cure IihIl'O hbOUteU. "Whv. VOtiinforr,t Lrsr... or all Chronic Ileuse. uuk v del. you u Chronic Itbnraitlfn. Scrofrl. SrpMlltlo Turning round with eroRt wvitr i,a ieeour)io.-koiVenereal, said. "Be dad! but that's the cents). Glandular bivf'"np. llacsieg Drretc.: price 2S couch-nas cislon your Honor's jrtv'n n nieetf'iit of the Langs. Vjfpcptl, llr.' rightful wtcr llra-White dwelling. rimple. twel'montl" Ii.utthfv.Krapttonscf tl.eKsc Hccm. lllpl)l(.-ar- . . If people knew the facts they would be Oout- - Dropr, Salt Ktiinim. Uruoctiltt. D:&be:c. K.dcej-- BUdder. Liver surprised to learn how manv people reel in etc tho streets who never "drink adrop." They are tho victim of sleeplessness, 0f drowsv dav, of uitoi'Iectic tendencies whose blood Whether trat:- - utd from parent or acquired. I . is ict n lira by uric acid Some dav thej Jiihin the cura ne range U the .Hunuiitrllllan. will nsd no more they will di op dead, just Jtr.oiv.-nt- . I urns ha lem made where peroons have been liooatis they haven't the moral courage to ixj'b i outli up to 3). SJ and defy useless professional attendance, und by Yirsof aci tij 1IU. ItA llW.VY'.N f tho wonderful Warner's safe euro hs-KLSOl.1 EAT, a rctnedr comneuirnlizo tho uric acid in the system and posed ot nrr : cm ct extraordinary medical propanl thus pet nd of the "druukenne&s In the erties cec"njo jpurtly. IieaL repairQitlrS.Invigorate and watted Lody. thelrrkendc pleasant. 77iC AmfrUnn Jinral Hume blood afe ajd apnt in Its treatment and care. Mold by all tlrti.icUia. One ilollur u bottle. j ABOUT SHUTTERS. It Zxtry Bodjr Drunk? in ... f f iiB'Ofts,S9'2 S DR. RADWAY'S m ;eivent, i Coaen.Cn-reroajAflectlo- n. h. Kick-e:.- . Cuq-ptanii- s. SCROFULA, MAKNA-IMKIt.I,IA- N jr RADWATSBICffi t J a ' Pa: rs. 1 lcatr.ni!j..nj For the re" ef and cure Congestions ani DR.' RADWAY'S PILLS KorllYSITl'M.V order, of itiet-ton.a'"-). I'.Kloumesi. Illea. 11 DR. RADWAY CO., -- -- an for the cuts-o- f all the disLtrr. Howe!. Constipation. I ! ; JVC. W. i I'rlceSitrtnO. M 32 Warren Slreel, N. Y. IDLUM-tL- Wayr.e, Du Page Co., Illinois, which Include nhout ha-eutt- j HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE I'ercheroD llnr- -. ulurd at f5, 500,000. 70 Who-- e PER GENT OF ALL HORSES a. rea-mi- parity or Wood I et.ihil.hed t.r pedlpirrs in UivPereheron StadBock of France. Vu oul bled Book erer putujhed la Uui country. EVER IMPORTED v-s- r ( .v e, jmwm Wem; . fi Sfurw i k vvx. x TqAHERJCA,. STCCK ON HAhO: - -s -- . -- J ImP Brood lar Imported Stallions. Old eaonsh for , SerU-e- 125 COLTS Two years I I I T?1XtV rM.Hiii. .i.. .in tX YV , ,',u u, ii luin "J. VS JB5 X. ' initE. now .S M.. 'h.r vk'M...P--' ,.kh... uanj amoiwa HWT i r i..7 jotmirer. old and h.,-.. IK- j j ) ts furni.h .'h thconlmil v;' !, js! sire Tei.Kcl by ia tho I rrrhe rrn M jd ltoot cf Frarse. 1 fl(l.n.n ,rs Wayne ct Lbicaso.on the Chicapo d. I Is.. I35 mll- V.J ?. .J. Zl$ "nW i Tal-j- f d cnly trradr.. 1 will - pi ROPSY XXl- - H- - I3C- Have treated Dropsy and tta rturplIcatlonswHhthe, most wonderful ucceM;u" TesetaMe remedies, en ure.y lunnit.! Itemoie all eymptoms ot dropsy In eisht tuikenty day I ure patients pronounced hopclen y the lvet o; phjsiclant rum i ne firs.1 doe tne ymptonn rapidly disappear, and to of all tjinpiomt are dya at le't to-tblrrcmo t d jbtivnr mar rrv hambiiK wlll.oat knowinc anything about tt li does not cost oa anything in realize the ni'Mii vt our treatment lor yourself. la ten days tin-- ditCruliy of hrcalhin Is relieved, ihe pulte reenlar. ihe urinary orpana made to tllactiarim their full duty, tleip H restored, the swelling all or nearly pone, then recei h Increased, and appetite mide rood We arc constantly cur!nccaea or Ions stand Ihk. taMeth-- t hare been tappev R nnmher of times, ami the rt!eut declared cnahle tolhcawecic Ulvx fall litrti,ry of case Name ex, how Ionic afflicted, w jilen and where, are lxj els coalite, have how had I' cm Uuini d und driptt J water bend for free ram-p- i iei. iiintalnlni; lelmonia ?. onestlons, ete I n daj s' treatment funtlshcil freeliy rnalL 'Ills' poslllt cured.stamps pay II luu order trill, fend lon-iuli- i to pottjge II. II. OHEK.V t: M. Ia d - cb Specialists for Eleven YearsSOKS, Past, window-shutter- s. 1. s, Illleiy I v o."i Ml.s .lunes Avenue. Attuntn, Git. !., PATTERNS OF ANY SIZE. UNPARALLELED OFFER I ball-roo- m prayer-meetin- s Each enpy of " Dtnoi,i't' Xlottlily Slarailn" cos-t:A (."oupoa ectltltsz tLe bolder to th of any pattern illustrated In the (Albion department la Ihxt number. In any nt the sizes manufactured. Sutwrtbers or iircbaaers MBdiue th coupon vilh two-ce- rt iimi' for tjtige. wi 1 recelire by rttumtealL patterr. i f the cotnpl and kind ihty may fItct. froa the Magizine containing the order. Of all tho Magazines. Sterl r.iujrnr IUutratfl trith Oriyimil Oil 1'iclurcs. iiiys, I'hotoijTdCuren and D EMOREST'8 THE ST vltcti a-- j per rear, tnoudtnc twdre fuU tie, cut patterns, of tiif and lnd selected Peed twenty nts for tLe current nnmbr with Pattern Cenpoo a .d yon ill certainly tubjeribe fcr a year and gtt l.mea It. YiMi- W.leni.-csDeno-e- st. Put .sfwr,17E.Ht.iSt.,NewYcrV. ' Vol d t a.I N wdea!er acd Icttmkrttn. I1S ONLY TWO DOLLARS tr -- r isasseallJ I iLiaWSoTt For GARBS. J CA23 CO. Jjr ht ool Ilealere. Liberal discount t.e hy art fatloaer?. Newsrt n anl Fancy 10 l!ie;ralr. w Tliri-- e Otiotatlmi". .... cam'-dow- n l," Ilaltimnrr Yw. When you want to conquer pain, use St. Jacobs Oil. I'uladefjftia Seres. When a man is hangiug. cut bini down, then go through his pockets. TVjm 7'iwf. When a man is coughing give him Red It is the man with a dark beard who nev says dye. Loiccll Courier , Star Cough Cure I . peo-pl- Buioikm Youxo acquired the title of Gn ernl from baring been called "Briggy dear," v often by his numerous wives .V ) Red Star . TRADE Via MARK. . heart-breakin- to-da- v -- to-da- "Tho l'roper Stiuly of Mankind in Man, " says tho illustrious Pojh. If bo had included woman in tho list, ho would have been nearer tho truth, if not so poetical. Dr. IL V 1'ierco has mado them lotli a life free front Opiate! jEmette and IoLion. stud-- , especially woman, and the peculiar derangements to which her dolicato svstctn is liable. .Many women in tho land who nro acquainted with Dr Pierco only through bis " Favorite Prescription," bless him with DBrooirra awb all their hearts, for ho has brought them tho AT T1IKOUBLE3 Dfum. A.TOGELXR rOHALTXSOnE.XD. panacea for all those chronic ailments peculiar to their sex; such as leucorrhoea, . OOariXjJD prolaiwui and other displacements ulceraJn ererj una 11 taDject 10 tion, "internal fevpr," bloating, tendency Whooping Cough. to internal cancer, ami other ailments. Coughs, Group . Price reduced to one dollar. By druggists. - ' r tHCURE 16ofnfefii Cold3 and Soro Ttiroata, an Alloviator of Consumption, and of great beneUt in moat cases of Dyspepsia. (BEWARE CF IMITATIOHSJ Xljey aro the resatt cf ct r fortr yearn' (iperieae. is cotcpouadinvr OUOn REiUSDIJia. Itrtalt Cupsiciiiu Cough Drop for Couphs, run rlce 1 i? Alv soad AjSfe&k. These Uses represent the ! XtK as rH. opposite sides of 1 mZwy B. H. DOUGLASS & SONS4 lk ii v all in:.vLi;i;s. ji.vi.T rrnt per qouMcr pnnj. No Rope t;iei'rat-- j E1C unit cannot lie io Cut Off Horses' Manes. SURE. PROMPT. 3E1X7-3E3I1.-5- SAFE. 25 ?lcil.UTianyr-niSaadlery. ueaicm. J.C Tnat. .srnd for Illce-IJLnjuTuocsE.ltucliC5Ter.XY t Si .IrWU fijiiilir' lUnlna-- sl. t and llarnr.' rJtimWk pecal iliicount to thrl pr ifa tl!ppcdIlykllr...am- t xne l "wi.ii'm:" IllCIIII.K C.mliliiril. yhw jyJ-m- ii li m T -. Pio's Remedy for Catanh I the Beat. Eositst to Ue, and cheapest. Si few-day- s Don't growl when the doctor orders barl -.- .VafiojiaZ Weekly. rr Cold In tbr llpail, Headache, Uay Paver, Ac 60 cent.' BJ l B V .1" THE MARKETS. CiNciNv LIVKSTOCK-Cat- tlt Cliolco Butchers HOGS Common. . SHEI'.P ConiiuonSl it. December 'H, 1&S3. W " ;j 31X1 ft M 4 S3 Goodl'uckcrii Good Wheat-Lonfber- i??? ""' no ! 1 1 c"ry, el l, "o. - red Corn N'o-- i " mlacl . . .. Oats No. mixed 'J Ilir-- Xo hay Timothy No. 1 Lups TOBACCO Common GUAIN to cliolco.. rainuy ry 370 .. . 4J3 & 4 40 3 Ki red 2KV 1U0 91 360 S5 I tav a poeiilvft rtoi47 tor tb. at)Tt In ac taousnda cf raits of tb wont fcto4 d4 nf locr irt.a4Iac btn cnrtl. Iadfl. i. f rooc l ur Uitn la Ira ctStry. tkatlvill Mad TWO BOTTLEj TRIE, tanttcr with. VAU CABUC TBEATC oa Uilt 4itcaM.ia anTtnScrtr. OIn CK.T. A. SlXiCCH. Ill ruilSL.aT.X. 6a CONSUMPTION djar VLUICllOcummtflcnj;Ilr-i-t:rsrelie- ot a i" 37 3CHO niu 12 50 a) fl at absent-mindednes- s. Good Medium'" FltOVISIONS-l'o- rk Book-keepin- i.nrd Prime steam BUT! nil Faucj Dairy Ohio Creamei Al'PI.EST-Prira- Mvs.. in C14M 10 3T ..10 S3 14 2S 1 25 9 &0 tj 63 13CO CJ9 W Oceanican (Cannibal). ed; Penalon audtncrcaae.cxpirrtcnccitlrart. lite fur circulars and law. uccen or no l A- - W. JlcCOKMICK. & bOX. Cincinnati. Ohio. rrimltatl kakkKifj BTSE-BEABO . t IVtt 1. UK jVt BM Jat ataitV Law (fciMrfla. Mfltcall zaairit4 rr ill aaail tmf ;t (MM trAaM S SB tv IIICD lKKWl.A'WS.OlIlcer'iaTln,ni i !.. . .. .. a 16 GO 7T t' POTATOES TT.OIIH per barrel NEW YORK. i :) fel ai . TI:ri Tfce OONSUAIFTIOWi C&ecue Remedy of 11512. PA KElfTS TO Svtei Gwn .JS. lb xatth Si'c- Co. T ta M 30 ot Miitr and Western. .$3 00 (&5 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 Chicago so..' rcu 2 mljtcd . . 40 $, No. Sorn mixed 35 POHK Mess fc74ftl0 LAUD Western steam d' r CHICAGO. Jlulleln 82V 54 tnftntbe,"itn. plant MH and " l.eorr WaLTEB A. TATLOK, Atlanta. Ga. Found. Com from atreof the aansename crow combined with a tea made from tha of theoM Btlda. For aale by all bottle. ud Muller. A li'il,will IU ftCCEQ orvEAWAYi.vMwr Ocentlae Wajbln Jfaninea. II jou want out rod u your uajne. I. O. and Mtnro:TWat co., o ey a.,n. x. tjt. ltrtKln The-Nation- nfl Urrcrti la 43 37H .t.'Si Oft FLOUB State and Western.. f 4 W 2 red.... GKAIN Wauat-- No No. 2 Chicago Sprlnp ........ 37 Corn No. 2 Oots No 2 . (ft 3 k'y K POUrt Ilje &. Mt-h- s i 37U -- H T LABD-Stei- im . !) .'. 03 ttJ'-sf- t 0 ft 3 73 115 m BALTIMOKI FIXlUIl Family Oats mixed css PKOVJSI0N5-Pork-M- rj UttAis wneat corn Mixed Lard BetlneU o.2 . $4 W b b 4 4 Tr. a. 500 ffo H. been both. anvdvtta catarrh ahont twenty years. I loitmy mell entirely acd al-- 1 moft lot tny hearing. My eye we'e setting I ao dim I o" ' Ket some H one to thread mr nee dle. Ko I haye my FHAVFLVtR aVlSf r& iTAV btarlntandl can 6Cc LX' tn thread a tne n- i- 1.1 I andnyamelllt partly laW reftorea.ana ic ieem aaaSaflaT r kare Catarrh WlSrOioA1!. I UnilC An rtac Mao or IVoman in tTvrt 'cauntvtaMlIuareiHxli Salarrtli. KrSntkandCxprntr Lttrm m 4 Tance. Cinniiifzoultt. FRSIS I'artirulara SUTer-vsr- e Co. Sca'oa. 2aaa. free Standard IJoob-kpiuj,', IJiisinesa STUDY. r tbne-te- . HUME thoronghly Forms. Prnmanh'p. h tnaft. ( reaUr, free. lausht etc. . . n Miort-han- llUSlXESi COtLEOE, Utilalo, lUAsrora, t CAHCERK and cure J without the knife. on treatment acntfj--' " Artdreta m y nril. tin' urnrtd.WantL al i:n;I ii.ff.Ad.iMinKIIOSSOS. 1 a.nPle VA.UU AUdres. J.VV An-n- kaaeto.M. .Vt'A. .MICB. IHWBOlT. bVi. 23 7H Unit-- Xtfj'Sk thTelil 17 A ai0 & a..K world-renown- ed CATTLE HOGS. First quality W & fr-- 5 62K 31 & J m school:-Taugh- INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No. 2 red ? . .. Corn mixed mixed. .. Oat LOUISVILLE GUAIN Whem Corn mixed Oats mixed PnBK mess LAHD ninmrn nnatri. i.ifftaaan cue. PrlCC Mfienra bv mall or at Drufrgttta. Send a aiuu.UKKS eircoaw. Drccslta. Owtgo, iaa ; fSST a immi''v.uu ttaaaaaa than Ull. C wm?m v V .NC..H f arnUbed Write VaLZTTfe ajarri aTfDaV DU V tLiCVillat"ri I-a- li bo, (food ?av. Lereactl -- atn Situation JaneiTlUe, W fn. practice. AddraaaT. U.BAKitTuUaJwta.ltaV m CUCfJV lafnilllJ u(rfcs with local wt'aSteta. CfCm nUmMR e. can be qn.c'O cored. For particular, addreas DJUj, I'ETEKM A". Akron. Ohlo- 1 flMVIfMIU in th- - Snth deilrft to -- !' :a rei'cenra and tnru orern l'' :i ej & 33 28Jf 4 50 I.JJURE FITS! nT th.m ntnra aalo. e I mean Flour ANo.l 111 1 No.2red.... ;i 10 Ge 'o fe j to SIH SCVJ . 'team - . ft 9.7 60 10 00 u. eoetr "iffif e1iftf'nf STSJ"'1" " Ua of FITS. BI'ILirsV m,!l2?r 2.5icl,aWSUf.lfingtofiT. Iwarraotmj "SiffilS.2IiJba Bocaow otbara bar a rH. ' partu tiurt, K.C. Doueliton.44 A.N.K-- jLiattu Bee .lourniit. Chicago, lit Mntlcrat. etc-- boncbt for eatb CkmiU. Itrink. prices, head forclrcalar.gtTeifuUat O high at market Near Vorl. Uood -- BEE B jncitxuHi i,Yi:.ut m-pacr.lVer,,r. NAMP1.K FREE. 8u L s 'ti 2!?0?foTBOtBOW'celrtiCcor. deadal rsiS?i ftfeatBotti. ef ray InfattlM ye OtHca. 2?Ji?BrM. waaijnjWa5,a4 twin ear. yoa. H cotu J "l , 1063 WHEN WRITING T ABVKaTISfcB please aay MWthl AdvertfaieaiaMrt iE!i ic la thl papr. 3Be.'X.'!Jv ?& rSMf Li.!" n3k. j--j .11. "a - . .wur.s? - i irti-- 1 y- nz'i,g3Bm &zszmm .;.2'ikismPjmjmM-'- x;? .fciJaR - w- . iflKSS - CHWSi'fS ' . yvrurferA "a iit i .iTV--T -- h fesT " .X &. J E39C, & iM S".tyi iSJSii lt M t! 5W 'WW approaching c,tv clcc" . tion lor Mayor and Gouncilmen, if the voters will take the Courier's advice, they will elect a Board Frrncli Chltm 'fcaSytn, Qla33 Sel?, of young men, and thereby infuse Water Sets, now life, energy, entcjtiise and Tickle Casters; push into public affairs. There Dinner Castor?, is something about older men that Butter Dishes, Phted Knives, is too staid and l!u.k.8 life to build Forks ami Spoons, and maintain n i...niiv lmhlie now on exhibition, and at moderate prices, spirit. Such names as Henry and J. Ahusro'sons. at Deo Am berg, Chess Smith, Lee decll-Ellison, James F uu.ua, J K. Muse, Wm. Jackson, Ji J Moore, HowFresh country Lard, at V cells'. ard Maxwell, Dick Alexander, C. U. Luudrum, 'John Montgomery, Nice Sausage, at James Wearne, E,i i'mther, T. F. Rossus. Williiiru, J T. Stephens, W. l ulG 3t LOCAL NEWS, TIZIIIVTZZ oi? itisspis-- . Fulion I.o.lpe, a'n. 8J5, I. O. O. r. . jgS3iegyiAii'ifcM'jfij.t:iiii'S3g I 'II in''irrhrn'iiiTiiiy''rf''-Li-- K&Z3 Johnson, ('. I j. ir,o.niaii. It. S. Man ell, F. H. Case, V. G. KingROSERS'. man, and other young men too itumetous to mention, furnish Life Is t!i reilhn: jtoirU an admirable list to select from. All iiicoticioii The biwoe.-swhile roti may interests of the flttlmr The are worth the ".taping. community practically depend upon this younger cla.s, of men, and Merry Christtxias tt all. they should be called tothc When in Town Don't Fail Do it, and let them feel and front. know to step in J. Amberg's Sou's store that they are in the I:ul,aud their and set the nice assort nnnt of Hol- local pride and ambition will make iday Goods. the old town ring with new life I dec 11 ot J. Amrero' s r:oxs. and enterprise. Go to church ItfMjHo. An EntfriorUlii, LOST A pair of lino Gold Moore & Lindrum can aliHys te relietl Lye Hominy, at s to-da- e Spectacles. Holiday84 Presents uiitl Articles secured the Aeeucy for the ce'cbra'ed Dr. King-- . New I)icivery for Cunstimptiun, of neccsity,at will sell it on a poilie gnnrintee. It J. Ami; kuc's Soxs dec 1 vi iiire's cure any aud eery aflectton of 'lhrnsi, Limes, and Cncs-t- :'d to show our Take the Courier for 1S3G. 3L finder will bo njwn, not only to oirry in Ftock the beat tbe liberally rewarded by returning ot everything, but t. Kecnre knownAgexcy for fiiirh articles as liae well merit, ofiiee. them to the Courier and are ptpuitir with the xwple, thereby Mii'iiniitg hf rnnitatioRof bring nlwjji Make the little ones hanny;g everj'C'iahlc. Having Tlio. enterpriBing, aud 1 -- . Useful Gitts for Your Families or frends, at That Pig, that IJkautipul dec 1 J. Am hero's Soxij. Pig. J. W. Kogcrs. the live, en Settle up your newspaper a ternrising grocery mcrchaut sent tho'CouitiKR for a Ohristuias gift count. a nicely dressed pig, a lemon in ROOKS Every known Work of decorated with Popular Authors. In fact you canmt its mouth, and premium nbbons and other ornu think of anything that cannot be found in the New .Store of Mrs. E. T. Gardner ments. Our old fiicnd in the where everything is nev., fresh and sty lih midst of his success as a merIlernembEr, we have no old or second hand, chant aud good Christmas cheer, goods In stock. Prices low as the lowest stops to remember the printei, Open evenings. and may the Lord bless and prosRemember the widows and per hint for it. 1-- Sv confidence we in The you to call .md get a Trial Bottle Free. AVe are called . njwn to bow in bumble ubmiwion to thcdiHnunHAtia,, f ,ir,.;..i.... vyi0LjaKaeSk I n flVr CxhI. wliich li9t inl.n r . ... loted brother, Samuel Landrum. In l.i-- , datu we mourn the !os of a man endor.,I wuh those oualiitoa nf l.-.- i mSm ? nooltv in ll'lSMP!. i.... ' on. .l'r-.- . .1 I'.Mrv ..! n eE34i-L. Writin jmtc n hicli rnmiiiiml ...ai- -i i, .. arx'r -Cli-iuSftijrvA Tr4 Frl . ff the most nenuino afn.rti..n ir:a !...:... Desk .inl ( ahinii and ii nerfect worm fe an benevolence wero too well known an'd f at 13! If ..' l aBaLW Vi. 1 .V - H niwni too many living witnesses to need .S t WUra 5irJ EMIJ Vrf J 1A11 W JIr. C. T UABDNUi-.j- - ifxj iQLtrMvyflblMXi tT if p wt- ,N" J 3 vbxn tf J any cutopy pince his death. PosJCMmg nlKr the thorough confidence of the communiW. Cole is headipiartcrs lor J. ttfJY A SUIT A B$F. Cdf R7STHAS ?5RFS- - m ty, he bore himself as one . ho lives for Clatis. Santa EXT AT ITS ..v .mU.UN buu auu wcuarc oi HumanTAL1IE? ity; and in every walk of bis life, the ClirNtm is tockine with BILL hin.MjSf to rclioing the digressed p0f7vafricdling l!hCSC lues,ions ve invits vo to esamine our liuti- V Cole. 2" and tnin !..;. ITIMnv CUt from J. (iiftslin ,'X3 J iRteriiiK tothe needv as cnimnll l.v .. f of J Itouk !?iorc. Urat vtriet ivme Monitor. Whether as pubic hne U,.okii, fancy StaUonTy, mm i servant, or the private man of buMD-M- , .itLtTfiwiiln and .rl : . . ...... Call and iu not- eiy, m uie church, in his hnjM thegooltii mi price, mm uiesiucii;. home or at the tlirehhold of the suffer ., , , . . .. . AiT.. . ing. he was fvr the tame generous run ,f ril-'i-It AN' I) OI'EXIN'tJ u.iwecji otu streets, ami tlowering cloud tiiruaten snow, mo average man, at new store, Fuqua & VqBow's old stand. Im an ondl,. ,.., .:,-- .. christian ruuti, over actuated T . "'W) Wl (iuoDS, at UonreA, Ladnjni i.r child, bethinks hiiusell' or heroelf. of ,ksan 1'ancy Stationery, Papeterie.-- , of all styles andV"-finish, by tliH same principles of prudei.ee and morrow. Call and we their big dbnav. Pens lort-folio- s, .cilsj ever gufcitu by tUt- ino mdexi Lap Tablets, Aibipn,, Card Cases, Cards &c Ac ble nene of tig .t, and Gver devote! to the ' ' and Toys in endless variety. IT HAS COME ! diM barge of "JulrFrom the foundation of thin Idge, of VAR&1 don't von forgtt it that Immense tock j which he was a charter membe- -, t the and 'd of llotidav Good, at J. W. Co's present lime, be has ever been a co'isit. hap Holidai (Jnod fur one arid all, youna cut member of our Order, one who was ando'd, nhort am! tall. U will interft-ever rea.ly to extend the baud of assistlocal1 and R'e tbi immcnee variety! ance to his needy brother, to assist ihe jou t ) ecleet H"m. wha is mtcdij No We would .here remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock dck and comfort tho sji rowing His Hfe vim wi'l find it in matter Cole'1 stock oM J. W. every conceivable and desirable shape of was ever a living exemplification of the lloli lay Comix, ut the Hook Store. principles of our drier. KCrv of honor or trust in onr bnitbcrhol has been G3t Coraine:. Iionnrab!y filled by him and hia death Christmas is leaves a void in our lodge room that will Ic. JT lloady for b filled. not UoiBH. 32? IIoN I am opening a full lino of We beg the berctved family of our do '.tistnrt.d bioth. r, to accent our MiiLPr.rst ; iday Goods. You yulImtily, and the assurance of our deep appreciation of the inestimable l ss thev mvited to call at J. W. Cole's Book x is not necessary to add calculated to make the human family happy. have sustained by the death of tho loving btore. husbiiul and afie"tiona'e father tlat these goods can be purchased lower of us, than elsewhere, as our You can buy a nice Kid Hhoo at Plant b, We wear our accustomed idi;o of mournreputation for or $I.K) per "pair. ing for thirty daj s, and drape ur in mourning, aud cause thete reso1 Yon cao bny a nice Alexander kid Glove lutions to bespread upon tlo records of this Lodge, publUhol in tbe Hickman at I'lantV, for 85c and 50c per pair. (jj ConniCR. and u copy preeuted to the family of cur deceased brothT. W5J iK? ? 1 ""Odious building is jam full of new goods, and siver-platek ni Ware to be genuine, and at W. L. McCutcue.v, t,G grCCSt as?ortmentaml best selected stock e?er, ? E Fabr. VCom. very low prices brought to this market, ever in the history of Hickman, have goodS J. AMnEBo'uSoss. dcoll at J. W, COBMAS, J been offered at such low prices, fit uuiversallv known. Our counter- are full of M"en's, Youth's and IT WILL PAY Y0L TO READ THIS and Children's Wraps. Extra quality oys' Overcoats, Ladies, iMis-,CYPRESS SHINGLES. misssM. f!r'innms. isn-iimnnI firttr II TCI ""KmEsSi m tS jdiolidav urns BS SjggrrjFriiirK.jfcig&jBBaBggcsgswaasa a - I?t 1 .i I 1 . E n 'VJ IfV AXQ'IL W rAl n 3:53; Ar 3 Enrftt " - r: I 1371X7 3 f !VflERECAT I te ..,..... i I i i ,Ul4 . loiiiiii ..!.. - Willi KEA. -- Si y m MBS. JENNIE QASDWEB - . ini'iy. - - wiKTia mmm, TTT. 2yi It rV ,r x pt to Ik Wm Brtek & 5r Oosipiei h rliit Ho. lodge-roo- m il inn u.: orji "EaOTZE S e ATTENTIVELY. orphans. "AtCbrUtHW'ip'ay A We have the largest, finest and cheapest F .r But ue a assortment of Swinging Lamps, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Odor Chjos, Scrap So will tho Courier enjoy tho Book, and Toilet Set, ever brought to this pig, giving never a grunt that the market. Remember, we have tlicm for may bo better, pale they must be Fold, and we will sell cheer of tho rich to divide with those and williug them to you cheaper th.m anybody nl mke b1 elir ; jr." Moo&k & Don't take on rah juice.' to Lvxdrum. much "hurURO-CKRIE- who are poorer. "AnJ nnly th tot tUeir sii.'u 7. nrrow oTr f otktn convenes ue.u Wednesday. KOMlXEWEMlV Diamond be Druggists of Rome. (ijjrsa . We have found at Dr. ICin'jjSc Jicovery, been BLTKXER & JUDGE'S. Electric Bitters and bBoklen's Arnioa Congress has adjourned to I Salve for two years. Ho! never h nulled remfdies that ell as MII, or gncsuth aiiivra' natisf.iction Cere have leen Home; wonderful cures 'liFected by ihenje jiAKK'nir moiliijincs in this eity. fievoral cases of audSWCET 7HIXOS, at pronounced Consumption h ivelveB entire'y CANDY BOCKXER& JUIXiE'S. ctir;tl bi one of Ke Iwttks ef Dr. Kinjj'b caiuiectlnn witli The Kentucky Legislature New Disecerv, taken in guarantee iheti ElAtrie Bitters. We GROCERIES f;tOL) CHEAP UROCBU1SS, t V.'oiiitcrtnl Curc, Hoyt & Co , WtfoWc and Retail i to 'tu!.j:u:.f lavcsi nr old friend, Mr. R. D. Vat.4on. of the Madrid liond jcAuuir.ii. rim-- i, thia count 3 who is one of On Dec. 22, David R Kec3 bcurenrfeeiuel. fhft largest and most'vvPealiiiy Rranaford. the last four years tho lusu-r- a planters of this section, and a most In COLOaBD. ice Companies have paid on; worthy citizen, was in Hickman Riley Payne and Jennie Denton. $:X)7,000 for lirea in Hopklnavilic. this week, on his return- - from Smith Locfcirlge and Mrs. Harriet Dripping Springs, Tevas, where The CorniKu wishes all its beeu staying with his fam readers a merry Clnistmna and a he has past summer and fall. He Will Gardner and Rosa Browdor. ily the Iiapp Xew Year is high iu his praise of the mediqfficiaiTprqclamatiqn. 3UrSnt nn LrlnsJoj nn! i.lHr cal irtuo of these waters, and lo tbrenai thine iu ftillnt mctunre. Know nil plad hearts, by the; preient, his wife, who has reports Hickman was crowded to over- long beenthat invalid, is complete- preeting. thit havinjj insjiccted ill the an for Holidiy jtiftn anil prepnt" flowing with people yestcrdav. ly restored by their efficacy. in Mavfieil, Clinton," Unlm City, Troy. Ear Riuz-,- . Uold Bracelets &c Uiae-- at rvckxi:r JUUKts. Diamond ,I I I Sthi by Moore & LunJrnm. i, , Nedstaces. Rin Lace Uods guaranteed to to The holiday season is coming near when all the earth - glad and all humankind strie to bring happiness to their fellows so that through all relations ol life gilt making has become to be at the holiday season a token of lriea.1-f.hi- p and a p.edge of its continuance. That all may be suitably idatcd with prcMmts, we have taken pains this year to nevure large stocks in neat, clu-t- e, novel and artistic designs in all lines of Hooks, biney Stationery, Toilet Sots (Jolt! ami Silver Vases. (Sold Pens Gold Tootlipiek. Gtdd Charms Music IVoxe, Ij;h ! ne h Work Uoxe-- anl Writing Desks, BildeGil-!"r- v lv I) re, Fumi'v Bibles Mi- levc!aud'- - lkok, Violets anion Lilies, Scrap Books, Chatter Rox. .Juvenile's hooks. We solicit an inspection of our go.uU before yo i make your pttrehajes, ami feel sure that we can plea.se yon in cpialitv and price. Come and see us whether vou buy or not. J. W. COLE. iac-C'lm- In All heart Cypres Shingles, find-claevery lespect, kej t constantly ou hand, and" for sale at lont-- st price w Cstnkets, Quilts and Flannels. Ji Footwear, don't forgetjthat we are septll X? H. BUCHANAN. gar, Molasses, and Court?. laree quantities, therefore can olR-- great indticeroents to the trade. Kxamine the Om lines of ireavy Hoots quVity and pricos at eaniit any man, woman or decl!-3- t J. Amdbho's Sons. r ljrge supply tif New Crop t Sititi) .Just Eterelvoi Ixwi-dan- HEADQUABTERS. and Shoes is unexcelled for long wear. child in Arctic Overshoes or lluhbers. at Pn We lionght in ni Plant and V. I Hour Ins Shoes for Men, can be f'und only at Plaut's. AH no Id under a guiranlte. The Oolrthaw Fo? 6sai Tails? Hais 4 Ssiti, tlootx, MllUVd i E MP II A TIC LI A Y, many bargains too numerous to mention T..i come .. ...i l vnnr turnroc wit iui and UC II discount them, o humbug-- we have the goods, and mean what we say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is tho most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to $20; size from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all fca and prices; wren's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, tho We handsomest line ever shown m this city. . . nr raps, tne i ,i nu.iiiiscw,uuu Children's ' latest styles, at lowest nrtpf5 Tl.n.n.,-.- l Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the eclebcated Douglas Shoe, sold for S3, every pair guaranteed you can't beat them for 5 or $G. The Red School House Shoo for children, from Xo. 4 to Xo. 2; can't be beat every pair warranted . Honor us with a call and you will uot regret it. ' . -- "liii m m 5? ill mm? ...i ' 3 s ()enoat3, and for low pri- J Cu4itn-mad- e 4 ets " a nice Stylish ma, atnp at decll 3t at J Ambkc'4 Sons, V tlat ve know whereof we tpcak when we say that we can and will sell vli rubber gootls a gnat deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, anl also sh.v ou a niin,h larger line than any othere carry. The most beautiful pattern in All ool Tngraln ttro and thre ply Carpeu, at PlnutV. C4rpetinz Irom oeiiU up. cheapest ever ottered in Hickman. lf ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. r'rh Uanucl UoxU, at Rooerr. OYSTBKS! '- on f&S&Q: CLOAKS, JERSEYS, U 91 I! Jail w I re-rin- TIIE freshest and beat Oyster hj-- the can. or gervfd at any hour, and iu any way desired, always to be bad during the present season, at tho Tbe pntronase of ladies solicited, atjd nnd Lsta ejHiciai; arrangement lor uieirpoiito at tentton. LACLEDE HOUSE.septll o. -. VH&f' now locates! in Morc & dnis store. Mis skill anil reliability has been proven, and he is located here permancntly to alway make pood bis promise. has Ekiirllnunme, the established a reputation a a bkillful workman second to no one in his line, and bun. dreds for whom he ha done work mil evidence his reliability. Call at Moore & Landruui'a. Watch-maker, E!iirllnt;:ttti, tbo Watrh-mnke- r, is SLOW rj3! -- PRICES 'oisr I VTo are now prepared to offer the citizens of Ilickman and surrounding country and towns the largest and best 9 E3EH1 i GE3, -- I5TJI 3 Si if ami the merchants musUiuvodono I hac orler-e- d Charleston and New :i laml oilice business. aud decreed that my licaduartera for "remthisi the ChrMtin: of IshJ. be nnd i hereby They say that the silver dolestablished at John W Cole's Hook and lar is only worth 80 cents, but the But If You Do, Be Careful. Stationery Store, Hickman, Ky., and all Hickman CouniER still takes my friemU and patrons are recommended How pleasing is tho mystery to call. s r.v CLAUS. them when It gctb a chance at 100 which vraps the youthful mind in cents. of Santa Southern Dakota wants to get Plant is clling ALL WOOL FLANNEL a'l the charming stories whole world is into the Union as a State and at at lGJc per yard. Full yard wide Domes- Clans, and now the tic, (heavy) at 5s per yard. happy in the mystery of preparing the same time bo freed from the We think our Magistrates for the coming of the happiest sea-to- n less prosperous portion of the of the ear. This year we are Territory, which would bo called make a mistake iu not having the Northern As it is a Court-hous- e insured. If it should prepared to meet the wants and scheme to Dakota. Republicans give the . Call and burn down the people would blame tastes of all customer-tho them for uot having a policy on bee our lines ol fine Books, Station- two more Senatorsvery House will examine the bill cautiously it. ery, Albums Pictures, i'0)'s Va- before passing it- Some despicably- - mean wretch ses, Games, Christmas Cards, Plush entered tho Methodist church Goods Doll-,- , Wagons, I lobby Horat Clinton, Saturday night, and ses, Drum-,- , Curd Cases, Paint Picbadl3 damaged the carpet, furni- tures, Chromos Order Cases, Toy HMWiMll ture, breaking the chairs, &c, Watches Chains Rings, and all .mown says the Democrat. the novelties of the season. For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, at J. V. COLE. the New Store of Ilickman has always had the . Mas. E. T. GAHjjxEit. name of being tho "cheapest town" to bti3 heavy groceries, and During the war, Hon. Em the dry goods men this year have Etheridgo became one of the Secretary Lamar lias recomwon the reputation beyond dis- bondsmen tor the Secretary of one mended lion. Z. F. Smith, of Kenpute and say the3' intend to keep of the territories. Said secretary tucky, to the President for apit. was defaulter for several thousand, pointment as Commissioner of but under republican administra Educaf'on, and as tho President Tho Methodist Sunday-schoo- l has expressed himself as being will have an entertainment at the tions the matter was smothered pleased with Mr. Smith and his qmct. Recently kept M. E. church, Singing, over and the Democratic adminis- indorsements, this is a. long step however, and some short talks from memnp the matter toward his appointment. bers of the school, and Christmas tration has dug obtained judgegiftB for the children, will make among'othcrs mid Etlieridge for ment against Mr. up the interesting programme. about 613.000. Wo learn that Mr. S AJSTT.A. Attention is called to tho card E. will appeal to Congress for re- While going his rounds, has left of Dr. Ward's Seminary, Nash- lief. Union City Advance. (as he always does,) a large and ville, Tenn. This institution is Mr. J. W. Gorman and family, beautiful line of HATS, Jewelrv conceded to be tho bestand largest patronized educational institution left Monday, for lirooksville, Flor- and Notions, suitable for the holiladies in the South. ida, which place they will mako days, at Mrs. Addie Jones' Milliterms address Dr. y E. Ward, their future home. Wo commend nery .Bazaar. Be sure and mvc For them to the good people of lrlor-fnn- , iieracaii, aim you will tiuil it a Nashville, Tenn. and wish them prosperity in goou investment, in the way of a Our usually courtous, and altheir new home. -- - g present ways worthy and honorable neigh bor, the Paducah Xews. by inadMiss May Underwood, who is ST. LOUIS MARKET. vertence, no doubt, copies the attending Ward's school, NashCourier's notice of our State ville, is spending the holidays at Wiie No. 2, offered at 93c ; bid 92 Jc. Geologist's niap of tho Purchase home. Miss Gcorgie Lanier, who Hay. it Strictly prime, S11.Q0; mixed, counties, without giving credit. is attending school in Memphis, $9.50 ; fancy choice, $12.50. Usually the copying of an article will spend Christmas at home. Cons. White, 32fa33c. from the Courier is considered LIVE STOCK. a sufficient compliment, but in this Master Henry Cowgill, a cadet uattle. Liootl steers, S4 GO to instance re expended some care of Kentucky Military Institute, is $3.50 to $4 00; scalawag $1.50 in getting the elevations of the at homo for tho holidays. He to $2.00; milch cows, $20 00 to" $55.00: different localities, aud bonce this stood Xo. 8 iu the prize compauy Teal calves, $8.00 to $11.00. Muxes 14 hands, 1 to 7 notice. drill, which is splendid for a first to SS5.00; 1G to 10 hands,"vear.s, 7 $S0 00 4 to -vears, $150.00 to $175 00. Senator Beck has made a session cadet. Houses. Heavy draft, $J25.00 to $100; speech in tho Senate iu which he Tho teachers and scholars of goou uriverf, oou.uu to SjIIU.OOi' d1u"S, says that "uo more statesmanlike to $40 00. message has ever emanated from tho Raptist church are to enjoy an $15.00 Butchers and packers navine Hogs. at the Baptist from $3 CO to $3.S5. gjthe Executive Mansion," than Mr. entertainment church, this evening, with music, Cleveland's message, but dissents from the President's views on the Christinas presents, &c. HICKilAN MARKET. & silver question. On the silver Toy at Jost. question Democrats differ as do Cok:j Hickman buyeri are paying the Republicans. It is not a par- Our immense stock of Toys nwst he 30c in tbe ear and 33c shelled, sacked and ty qweetion. The Republican pa sold, and to do so, we ofier them from this delivered at depot. Some transactions pers are blowing a good deal about datat firet coat. Call and select before on river bank this week at 35c. they arc picked over. New Orleans market paying from J3o ' defection. MopttE & La.dum. to 45c. m i LJ0 CVHZI R3! n ' Ii v L ,!) PP1! iprsj u mi 11!I ... ever placed on our counters. "We have taken great pains in selecting our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance we. can give extraordinary low bargains, We especially invite tho ladie's to see our stock of I Hickman; and if he Hlaving purchased the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, from Ihe always at home to estate of the late E T. Gardner, prove iho reliability of his work. in fixes your watch, if Tle ,c'' permanently Watch-maker, Ilurlin;niuc, i locn DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, NECKWEAR. All goods as represented. are. enabled to oflVr to the Irade these gondi, at prices uhich no other houses, that hare t. 'PltC fiti.tl U ..ft. tr.Vll t vtnl A iml .mmi&Wltll.alt nA.l u.a..f..H Ana. lAn( , .. i .1. : :.. .:..:.. ii ,i ,..... .1.. : ii.. juuin. nuiira iiiihmii; ." :i.: hi Otw, pnonlllg H nil Klirei uesigiii in anjiin; uim Diiu'I forget that Silmon's & Haas buv Fine or Medium furniture, will certainly neglect their own iuterests if they fail to Hog Cholera remedies arc guaranteed to and latest desigus, but we stop tbo Cholera among hoes and keep Kc our slock. We not only thow the mobt artistic thetn from taking it, or money refunded, bv HIS ALL J. W. COWGILL, Druggist. we Hi kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of Lime, sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, Chloride of Soda. For sa'e at COWG ILL'S Drugstore. AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, L... A1..-..- and the late noyclt ies iu TRTAnnvna ' Call and see them. ! ue-ira- Ifii SSliU I Mim Ilrufcc, Sores, Ulcers, Snlt Ithenm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi lively cure 1'iles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, I'rice 25 cents ppr or money refunded. box. ForSale at .MOORE & LANDRUMS Ilni'IlfiiH Arnica KnJe. Tun Rests ive in tbe world for ' ill! 1 e J. sons. Sill if PMffl, Cuts, conniilerable money We can truthfully assert that on a great many nrttcled, our price and former prices differ by 50 per cent. We can actually sell you goodri at wholesale prices, and then have a profit, and thnt is more inducements than any Furniture Store ia West Tennessee or Kentucky, can ofler. We propose to make Ilickman headquarters We cordially invite an inspection. for LOW PRICED FUKNI TURE. 'Parties coining in at nipht for Undertaker's Good.i, will find J. T. Slepbenp, or Ja3. Darnell, at Montgomery Home. J. W. ' COWGJ1LL, X2ST DEALER STE3?I-IEjST-S & MAXWELL. DEUGS, PATENT Trusses AND Abdocisal hpectis! Notice. All persons indebted to the firm of Don durant & Drewry, will please come foruard at an eirly day, and make settlement. Office at E Collins' drug store Alexander & M.ia.vcH's old stand. I50XDURANT & DREWRY Ilickman, Ky., Feb 12. 1S35. JOXE3' Millinery Bazaar is fair aplow with bright and beautiful Novelties, too numerous to mention Large lots arriving almost daily by express A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and examine her large stock. A special line of Novelties in the way ol Hats and Ilannets, ready for the cominir week. - to-nigh- t. "I" IiSlvJL ly DRuaaiSTS i t Si MEDICI&ES! -- DHj pcrtj B iv tjTA'KLTg A.3TI PAINT S WNZJ BIG STOCK W CHRISTMAS GbODS, TOILET KRTICLES CL US. LtftiNDSOF LAIvJPS, &c., &c, &c. &c.,' A'otlco. An election will beheld at thcCity Hall, in the city of Hickman, Ky., on Monday, the 4th day of January, ISSG, to elect a Mayor and six Councilmen for 188G. R.v order of the Council. DeclS-td- e R. E. MILLET, C. f A GOOD ' WHITE BOOKS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE TIIE fiSTPrescriptioM filled at any hour, day or night. P. M. c.,&c. Ripg night bell after 10 o'clock. for-you- ng S?R. L. Jloore c,in be found at the Laclede House, to attend night calls. PBESORI3?TIOjSTS A. SPECIALTY. SEWING MACHINE. 17. DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE, With all conveniences. Also, all claims and accounts due J. W. Corman & Co Apply to dec2J-3T. R. McMAIIAX. KSitSBS iLSEl&a The old, popular and always reliable Hard warehouse of MEN, ATTENTION ! C'oiumissioucr'M On Monday. bale. iRCfi W P $5.00-commo- Peteron, Masler Commissioner of the Calloway Circuit Court, will make public sale at the in Hickman, of what is known in this county as the Thompson lands, The northwest quarter of section 30, town 1, range 5, west, and tbo east hnlf of the southwest quarter of section 20. town 1. rnnira 0. west. Terms, G and 12 month's credit, Court-house, to-w- it; Januarv Till, FTAwmr Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at CDNJZ1 and that the very lowest the market justifies. b,e exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to dec2o.lt W. Master Commissioner. r PETERSON, MARVIN COLLEGE, CLINTON, KY. Has . ll il ' x v;o4i &iZiZ" etrlr " ""smew improvedi powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun - r .. J5reecii-Loaaisnotp-unSpring term, of six months commences and The best rooffor the least money. Experienced workmen employed, Implements, Hunting Coats JAXU 1RY Mi, 1SSO. and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at The attention builders especially desired as this house will give sne jnaets, Faculty full and competent. Govern cial inducements Correspondencp spljcited, ment rigid, yet just. Pntronage solicited. MUI auu ; '" luu " J, II. CALLOWAY, Pres. CXM e before buWDg.' W,in . n2 s ROOFING. S&S 'SI t ' P. B. BREVARD i rfgl " "h- - iCT 3? j 4V " 3 rv o r r m ; rrr is. cr.. et?he isrt . i W- - Vr..XttJ'2A1 - r...t . - - VSE&2gli 3Rl "j'Vi :m. .; F . -- " JV . .y- 1 2T ?!& . - .T .1 i 46tn ' iTi.i'i&T -".r-- j - j-;.jji " vlfcr ,.... ..,ii wuirw- . , trJS&!s'amHWt&' ".?j ""'.t-- csvj -j. .- Ti If. .VUij-- y .,','AV ramr ; v -' -- W v. t gPcS .- - v ' "1 i, vs $B resb 1$ "jW IskaEiy 'fc Adiae! fSs Iw) VJ3 T"3r- k4 M T . 11 1.4-rJl T T1 J! in prices in the following Goods: Overcoats at reduced prices. Mens Heavy Puits, siffjewer prices thai ever, Tivieiis TT jduih&, m iauuucuuh. ijuumci, an iieavv mrer T..4- T T kinds, at a big Decline. Ladle's Dross Goods and Trimmings, at Greatly Eediiced mfei Honest v islthe best Policy. Come and see. Having determined to close out the above lines of Goods, we oner i5arvains which win- ue uuunu lo mease all. r . - , - -- l?r rp V" T.T AflL? y5fic'ATR ir.cK made the tirst FRITZ It is astonishing w!mt?wl.nUer Sfli of this session of the Sen- r)ti the S'Uer question. of uncertainties there- almM the RtntoH fulla tn ilivrnccinn lie cnK. Monihty Xighr, ler. 4"5 .vod the message of the PreFASBIIOXARI.K Shall the Counties Pav the matter of tho residentialMtcc:es-sion- . ject involving the iiersonal habits Sn upun all I'oihts sac his when we look intoVisrand and infirmities of its members, its Mniicul ,S' trctioiif, Ftt Expenses ? &Hf :nn silver, against wiucii ne is no less strange that tte govern- august -comes out of on Viuliu, ifci BOOsTHoAENDfii-MnState Auditor llewitt proposes ment should haejugge(along.fpr debate character and worsted. the :iveti iiiiu.sfii. I m Kpi'feu w:i battered In n jSTA.SI--1 VI3LX0E, TENIST, jftrneteried by much of the a great change in our State reve nearly a hunderd .ears j5Jt.li these the course of a discussion qiijs &cment force of thesenior Ken-SkSHOP. North AVet corner of Mceow n leading School in all matters of education of Young Ladies. No other school in lay Xiijht Dcc nue system, and that is tho de- - gaps left open, and no cJort made proposition to forbid the sale a Senator, and attiacted the ISthe Jonth cince the war has had so great success. I'mc oilcan jnlgt their children to and froy Arenues. East ilickmaft, Kr , close them. 4,bup(M?," said intoxicating Houoih in the earir (to olviujr ortucexiieiiRi!R f Satisfaction guaranteed. Mention of the entire Senate. iu thorough and steady working. For liberal terms, address i Senator Beck, in WcmiOMlay's on ri xue&uay. Hit eui'imiry pril. nai prosecutions and the care of debate on the Hoar bill, "Picm-den- t imummg. brought out that the DR. W. E. WARD. Journal. ' rOourflcr fact was Sen pauper idiots on the counties, inCleveland, as well as Vice- - ate cate, conducted "on a strict abccment-T- he scene of this attempts made :i r i tt '.!..: 1... mm .i!.l! stead of being paid out of tho lresmeni jiemuicKs. 1....1 uicu temperance basis'' by a Maine Operetta is hiiil in ni- nonr. nm nf jsyThe fact that all the Mormon authorities to en- THE during the late recess of congress man, nas on its lull ot tare 'Ma- - our large cities, a few years BARTER GROCERY- State treasury as at present. rap United States officials and from March 4 to December 7. deira wines:'' 'Ulaekburn's re happy home of He says that Kentucky pays The ill in the iirst place, there J. M. MONTGOMERY, with her father and her ;ring disgrace upon them proved MR. to bin friends nd the public that out of tho State treasury, annu- would have been no executive serve, bottled expressly for tho sister Isadore. Tho family at that utile, speaks volumes tor the United States Senato cafe," and he has opened a new and fresh supply of ally, an average of .i30W,UU0t for head to the government, for there other disuia and cheerless bever- time visited a distant cit, where representatives of our govern-nieuall kinds of Family Gkockbieb. which be Vet there are inanv men in will sell as low as the lonret. He is reapurposcsgfor which other States was neither president of tho sen- ages. Seutdr Fryo undertook to uenevieve, while out for a walk Ihe service of our country who dy at all times to exchange Grootrict at ate nor speaker of tho house to assert thatfho habits of the Sen- - with Isadore and their maids was could pay nothing that is such expen not bo trusted under such (Corner of Jackson and Kentuckj Streets,) cash prices for Bulter, Eggs, Chickens, 'or take the position. In tho next ate were vastly improved over decoyed into an alley by the wickany kind of marketing that the farming ses are paid in other States out of klon tlini.n ,...... Ml'TO Iknlii viYrlir .....v ed Roxana and Theresa and "lurri circumstances. w twenty-tivwimt or friends may bring in. The highest mar tho county treasury. His argu- strugg e for the prize between the t!lirtv car a w,(l ket price always paid. ccordi r ed out of bight before her los was I A ijii.l has been introduced in ment is that if such expenses are Kepulilicans oi the scnateand the to ll)0 lcsti,noi. of the venerable observed by her protectors. She Congress to build a monument to J. M. MONTGOMERY & I1HO. luwas taken by tho former t) their Khe Democrats ol the house. rennsyl-scnato- s Cameron of upon tho counties, tho Magislate lie cer- presiding oflicer takes VJUlia rude home, taught by them to for trates and proper county ofiicials precedence of the house s presid- - thh, it a8 not an lllu.oiniMOM get her name and irieuds and to (tainly deserves it, but the Presi OPENED, with new STOCK, out and out Fix, etylisb RIGS for hire. l0 SC(J (1jstlMnj8hoa Seiia. dent has put on record excellent JUST reaconable. Patronnge solicited. will keep a closer guard against ingofticcr in the succession. litit tornftnr new and ,.;c assimilate nerselt to wt, nun; ....v. si,itnr vii i' v t.r icu tion as their servant.herBei.ig posi reasons tor vetoing all enactments waiv to build fraudulent claims, and a closer on the tirst day of the meeting of in his place, but fail on account of monuments at the expense observation as to costly and long the present congress the Itepuhli-ca- drunkenness." And the House dering in their habits, they ai a fei of the public treasury. & ears, take up their abode in tin senators weie not all present, continued prosecutions, and there- and therefore not in a majo: ity, nor was no better, remarked .Mr. Five, $ KENTUCKY STREET, suburbs of t'encvieve,s native constantly on hand for hit by lessen these expenses. Last strong enough to form a quor'im for ho "remembered whon the city. After fruitless endeavors oi The reported'severo i'lness of KEEPS sale night sessions of the House were Popo Leo will produce profound week tho Courier gave a table while in the house there was a broken up by drunken members." the part of Genovieve's father ant solicitude throughout the Catholic HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKB. showing some of tho inequalities Democratic majority and quorum Having purchased the stable, horses The "twenty-fivor thirty jears sister to recover her they returi world, 'i'hotiyh never feeble, he nome and entire outfit of W. B. Plumme r tho as to expenses in earing for pau- present. Suppose then, the Dem- ago," when this state of tilings father and after now death of hcl ias never been what is called ro we propose to continue the business, and ocratic senators had absented prevailed, was the old Democratic ladyj bust; and he is now in his 7Cth Isadore, ajoung per idiots, in which it was seen themselves from the chamberjind solicit patronage lives with her maids sole nu&tresf year. era ; but if Cockiell is to that Pulton county never had one. prevented a quorum for a day, be believed Senatorhas been little of her mansion. True, hovce". there The Fall Session will commence while other small counties had as while the house chose a Democra- improvement under tho Republi- to tho memory of her sister slu, tic speaker. Then, this speaker can rcyiuu for, said the Missouri still mourns her loss and dai high as 33 being supported out of W- DIESTELBKINK S'S'AtifK 11 VVFM, prays for her restoration. would have succeeded preMONDAY, AUGUST 31 1835, the State treasury. The inequali- sidential oflico. because to the was Senator, 'I have known an apthere Act First. The friends aid propriation bill to be occasionally i.m reit ty as to the costs of criminal no president of the senate. But, delayed schoolmate? of Isadore, forniery And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences m because of intoxication iBo ttt tinLtfrs am sent of Genevieve, while enjoying thdr .ntu.nl States at t, .nj one nour later. among subordinates, prosecutiong is equally as great one uav, or even ounce; two c?t etch but I have as claimed by tho Auditor. The tho Republicans, having secured a known the Senate to be adjourn- recreation in a park near town. ilri) letter one rent U niter this heart MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1S8G, wfio anything wholly or partly written. county of Letcher, as we under quorum in the senate, might have ed becauso of tho condition of ire petitioned by afiower-gir- l space approaches in her humble dress chosen a president pro tempore swrArm& Continuing" Five Months. NOtrouble to name all articles, bat no to show goods, stand, last year, cost tho State and then the question might have some of its members." Ho did utd manner to by the ilowers which ' in not inAtrii. iHT!...liejV-tivolaudome and sec, at the corner f Troy fci2.000 for the prosecution of arisen, which of these two officers, than think he had ever seen "more it is her occupation to sell. Tue (print, mailed b iuldihero, one cent a of tudy. including thorough primary work in English branches MatheThe course a half dozen Senators at one and Moscow ATenue. East Hiekmrn, Ky matics, Litin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, criminals. If the county of Letch- the president of the senate or the time in this condition ;" but, sure gather about her with interest, and P'11 'dMusic, Drawing and Calisthenics. book, inc. er had this enormous bill to pay speaker of the house, was the ly, this was euough in a bodv of on questioning her recognize her n Especial attention id devoted lo the preparation of &tudenti for college, and young R to bo Isadote's lost bister (iciie-- i ofcs circular and othrr niafer whol rightful claimant to the headship seventy-six- . men for busine&t. by taxation on the county, would v in print, one ivH fT each two ounce vieve. The latter, intoi.t imnn of the government." t hern if. tho expenses be lessened, by the labors, hastens away before sdie i t And another case: ''Suppose," MEFCII.VVI) Qr SMilgv. IjisMJsuy's Htari. watchful care and responsibility said Senator Morgan of Alabama, made aware of tho fact, and tho foil mh r in ilu r. merchandise. &c ono The Louisville Post says: ''Judge girls, observing where she lives, of the officers of that couutj ? "that the senate had chosen the H. O. OLD STAND.) TUITION: distinguished soldier and senator Win. Lindsay has been in the cilv make haste to tell the joyful news xnt an oun e or fraction thereof (DAVIS' Certainly, it would lessen the S3 00 per month. Primary Pupils from Illinois Isadore. 4 00 All kinds of State's'jexpenses, and relieve such pro tempore, (Mr. Logan) president for several days attending impor- to Act SLcoxD.dfsadora-Jlis-covereii Intermediate and on the death of tant cases in Lindd . 6 00 "JbnTities as Fulton: but, if each President Cleveland lie had be- say is one of court. Judge STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES alone in 'Iht beaitturY the most remarkable "Saddlery aijd Harness PAYABLE aiOSTIIIiY Iff ADVAXCE. county had to pay its own expen come president; and suppo8 fm- - of America's men. When home, singing her pensive twilight s house, atbot sually kept in a ses in such things, would offend- tiier, that a foreign war bhould I saw him first he was attending bong. "J he Mhades ot night are B. C. CALDWELIr, om prices. break ers and violators of law be pros- (Logan)out and theactingpresident court in riallard county. He wore stealing." Her two maids enter. CALDWELL. FANCY CAABJES, r TEAS, should take command ot on no col- - ligut the lamps, draw the curtains,J & FARRIS3, Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1SS5. 3m ecuted to that extent that would the armiesinthe field, ashe would a linen duster and had an argu and soon, as is their custom, the JIISCE.JIEAA T, PI CKLES lar. but ho was delivering redound to tho best interests of have a right to could lie remain ment in favor of giving Ed Peeves j5" i their evening piayer, Then lict;on St opposite Courier Office IIOJ1INY, GRIT$ CRANBERRIES, society? Would not there be in president of the senate? Certainly damajre in a suit against Tim Ran tno two mauls plalulh entreat - - - k r. JIICKV.iy, each county, or some counties, not: the senate would have to dolph for shooting one of Heeve'& Isadore for a ballad, which she in jca m9 "U v) WELLiectel stock of Saddle and choose another presidingoflicer ulinn cows, which was full of sinewy a humorous vein enmnnMio.' too great an influence, to let up and question would be which ,Urn'?w ' made to order. .Mugitr, CoiFvcs, Soaps, Ac of force. Since then he has been a they are alarmed by the abrupt a nil f in prosecutions, to save expenses these two prsidents of the sen student. His mind is wondernlly noisy entrance of the girls w101 tr"mPt"c"ton given to jSy"Vill not be undersold. incident to many cases? Logan or the other one, should fertile of resource. It bring the wonderful news. When , 11 E I' A I fit I 5f Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o There is a good side and a bad ate,president of the United States, quick and same time be is at the broad and Isadore comprehends its nature oflany - 1. side to this proposition, and we and cominaudcd-in-chie- f lie lias secured the services of the grasping. Some of his arguments she needs no urging to hasten to of thai shall have to think of it more wtll known an excellent workJ, army?" for their breadth as tite place where site hardly dares man, Unc'e Uol are marvelous which of itself decidiug positively. And still another cast: When well as for their point and incisive to hope she will find lost guarantee of good and faithful work. is FOR 4 a president of the senate becomes ness. One of the lawyers in the sister. r a"pi24 Acr TinuD.- - Tho scene is laid Shall Each County Pav for its president of the United States, case vs. St. John Poylc for condoes he cease to be a member of tempt, said Lindsay's speech was in the rude cottage where Gene- Record Books? tho senate? If not, then he would the best law argument he had ever vievo lives, a senaut to the cruel Xo Sessional Cards. The laudable efforts of State combine three high offices in his heard, and the person who said this Koxana and Theiesa. The act Auditor Hewitt to lessen the single person senator, president is one of the best lawyers in Ken- - opens with the entrance of Gene- D. G. PAEK. president of dispirited, who ieve amount ot money to uc paid out of tiio senate andwith tho rierht tho tuckv. Lindsay has one of those setting weary and basket containHICKM-AJSUnited States down her to remarkable of tho State treasury certainly veto bills which he had debated and a labyrinth minds that cut through ing a tew withered Ilowers, sings of irrelevant issues WilA Y should be commended, provided voted on in the senate. The same and facts, and so straight to the her plaintive song, "They bid me FIELD. - - AT. at the same time the burden of difficulties would be possible in main points on which he concen- call it all a. dream." At its close In Actc lrncticcSincc3IircIi,lS77. taxation on tho people is lessened, the event of the speaker of the trates all his power with Napole- her mistresses enter and severely WILL practice in all the counties of the Aul her for house succeeding to the presidenor at least not increased. As one cy and for these reasons tbe Ala- onic brilliancy and dash. He is chideand for the noise she isinmak- FirsiJudici.il District, and in the Appel-l- a ing her idleness not MANUFACTUBERSOF however, a bold satirist, and he eCouits of Kentucky. source of lessening the outflow bama senator thought both the has stuck so many of his barbed selling all her ilowers. They then aeptljMy of money from the State treasury, president of the senato and the shafts in the week places of the go out leaving her to do some the Auditor recommends that speaker of the house should be small politicians of Kentucky until menial work in their absence and her to T. T17LER each county be required to pay for excluded and the right of succes- he has raised up a swarm of those warning work, be diligent. While sion given to members of the human wasps and hornets that aro at her she sings, "If the its own record books, whereas cabinet. Take the ? ATTORNEYS AT LAW, found buzzing angrily around the world were mine to give.'' Durtheyare now paid for by the State. ing the last verse Isadore having head of merit. Lindsay should go - KENTUCKY. iipiuuaunuu wiiu me oiners is UICSJlAtr. - It is doubtless true that if county Gaarding tho President from to the United States Senate. N t. L. R'y. lo all business entrusted observed unseen by Genevieve officers were directly responsible Cranks. care. carefully watching to see if she Stouc :tt Work. to the people of their own counm recognizes her as her sister. As Office Furniture Factory. A Washington dispatch tells the Piiditeali St.imlirl.l iut?.'7S ties for expenditures for these following strange and unlikely Genevieve in pronouncing the Tbe Capt. Stone has prepared and words, books, there would be more eco- story: "If all alone," comes daily presence of will shortly introduce a bill to crein plainer view, Isadore, 0. nomical use and judicious purcha two men apparently watching for ate a board of hull and boiler inL. something on the White House spectors at this place. This will convinced of the truth Hies to her. ses luan now, wnen tuey buy unATTORNEY Af LAW embraces her, and the others folgrounds has occasioned some com der a general and unrestricted ment, irany one walking through be an important item to Paducah, lowing cry "It is Genevieve!'' The Agent privilege from the State. But, the grounds approached the rear as it will bring many more boats latter bewildered, thinks herself Collector, Real Estate to for repair. He will HICKMAN, KY. tho proposed change would prove entrance of tho MaiiMon, the alsoPaducah a bill providing for dreaming, but soon assured of the" introduce Call on nearest Ticket Agent - Will attend promptly to all buel quite a tax to each county. Be- watchful gentlemen invariably the construction of a marine hos- truth sheyieldsto the enjoyment of J- entrusted him in Southwesten ne!3 tiio moment walked towards them and Or Address sides, the State now derives a near them until they left thekept pital. It will be remembereed that in the duet, and with Isadore joins Ktn(uc!:, and Northwestern Tennessee vi"Ah! sweet hour by there was a marine hospital dur- angels blest!" Her tyrannical misW. It. Jones, Special attention giTen to the investiga considerable revenue from each cinity. This practice has been in ing the war, don of LanJ titles, and the purchase was accidental- tresses soon outer and Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tez or DEALER S - county incident to tho uso of vogue for the past two months, ly destroyedwhich soldiers. indignantly ale of Real Estate. T Jan8 by Both endeavor to disperse tho "crowd. G. P. & T. A., NashUle, Tenn. these books. For instance, on and it is learned that they aro two bills, it is said, have a strong likeliThey disregarding them are about FRITZ. HELLNEB, T. Agt., Hickman. detective watchmen, employed for hood of becoming laws. TAINTS ANI DRUGS, each deed, mortgage, suit filed, .A.- - A.. to gc away with Geneviove when express purpose of preventing and uso of seal, the State now the Roxana and Theresa seize her and from entering the rearand cranks , PHYSICAB AND SURGEON, 3H-gets a tax of 50 cents. From a unprotected entrance of the White mury oui wun ner. isadore now County Convention. KENTUCKY HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS deed book of 040 pages, furnished House. Ono of the attaches of Tho Democrats of Fulton coun- advances and boldly claims her in HICKMAN, the name ot a sister. Intimidated iTVFFEUS his Professional Services to 1ST PRESCR IP TI0N3 CA RL TJi. Si COMP O UKJJBL! tho White House referring to the ty aro respectfully requested to by the State, at a cost of 820 to the citi ens of ilickman and vicinity. employment of the watchmen, meet in Mass Convention, at the they release Genevieve, who runHICKMAN, KY. 825, the State will cet from this. said : ning to Isadore is embraced by her, jrujlU- 80 'An ounce of preventative Court-housin Hickman, 7 50 cents tax about $320; about is worth a pound of cure. It has and the others forming a circlu ROGERS, MONDAY, JAN. 1ITII, 1SSG, SLOWER and L0WEK, around them with joined hands HOW TO SAVE pNEY tho same is true of the mortgage always been the cry to trust the 9 such steps and make such sing the closing chorus. book8;and the order book, from American people and no safe- to take We are "Wholeaalo Headquarters for al All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. DEAI.EX IS ap I will not be :i rJinnn ns the cheapest. suits, will largely more than pay guards will bo required. This has expressions in regard to the the grades of j WITTiNO. been done, and he resnlt was the proaching race for Judge of JOHN Italian and American Mabbh unuersoia. for its cost. In all fairness, if the AMD assassination of two Presidents. Court of Appeals, or any other Tnc unpreainn seems to ho monuments, tomb and gravis counties are required to pay for Tho American people are all right, matters aflecting the public wel- growing that Judge Caswell CHSW!N, SHOW TOBACCO acd CKAR3 Groceries. wisdom of the Demothese books, the counties ought but there are cranks among them fare, as the of Smithlnud. already has the 8T0NES. crats then and thoro assembled race for Judge of tho Court of to be entitled to the fees or tax as woll as any other people?'" and will job to dealers only at Factory Lowes a fine lot Aid may approve. Any and all Dem- Appeals won in this district. lie 25ets:Lower than tie HAVING received Marble, I ofajn pr prices; also the incident to their use. Under this Italy refused to Italian Delivered to all parts of the city and suhayc no clerk expnsss no store ren at- will get the solid endorsement receive our ocrats respectfully urged to of 'land pay cash for all ray Groceries, and burbs. pared to fill all orders. Call and extk oct3Q ruling, Fulton county would gladtho First District which will give bWfo're cm sell ns cheap ns the cheap American Minister, because of tend and participate. tr work. from the country promptly QenUl Scatcli &nd Sunerior Scotcli Snuff, ly accept the Auditor's proposi his wife's religion, Geokge Wap.ren, him 00 votes out of tho 109 neces- 31: Bsst brands of Wittenberg and Lon Orders and President aay26 tion, and make money by the Chairman Fulton County .Demo- sary to elect. Tho counties of tho t.r Flour. 25 cents cheaper than the low the best In the niarket. We also keep JOHN WITTING. transaction. But, if the Auditor Cleveland has got his back up, Committee. Second District will give him tho. cratic n. constantly on hand a choice selection means to hold on to all these rev- declining to name another jono in DEALEll IS other 1G without any trouble, of 9 REAL enues for the Stato treasury, and his stead, and every American, irsomething should turn un to ESTATE FOR SALE. TnE Republican Senate are after GK0CERIE8, Family Groceries; FA5IILY CONFECTIONERIES, impose the cost of tho books respective of party, will to Commis- - change tho present phasomfntat-ters- . endorse ho scalp of NE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abou on the counties, wo can see nothThoro arojtwa.othercaudi. AXD ALSO. the President in this matter.lThis cinner 'Eaton, and charge that ho dates. Judge Dulnneyfof 12 Acre. Six Rooms, Two Cie AND FRUITS, ing in tho proposition but an inWarren, Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and all'kind which we will sell very low for the cash terns, Good Well, Spring. Sjabjes, Orchard Government can't afford to let has turned Democrat since tho tind Judge Walker, of Daviess! FRESH BEE1 constantly on tap. creased taxation on tho peoplo, &c. Apply to of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar please call and ae us. TobAicn. nf the best brands. GEO. N. HELM, and in this view our Kcpresenta-tive- s any foreign Government fix, a re- election. May Cleveland save us Hopkins ville South 3entuck-inn- . gaift. Groceries and Family Supplies gen solicited, t&tr&M Jljcko ap, Kyi way 1 1885-- 6 onght to condemn it. erally. ! tf nov ligious test for onr ofiicials, from such Democrats THE EICKMA1? COURIER. The U. S. Senate Drunk. When the Senate of tho United - p k y e, v H. BUCHANAN. WTVC t - SSIHjIMI DR. WARD'S LJuNl MMON, j.Jet o I y W - ! 1 " . W -u. , . - pic-iouslyt- Ten-eviev- t. lew uTSty octSO-1885 pu.im.s tney-wer- o o i HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, - or Vice-presiden- t, ott.t a k n W. G. KINGMAN. sale livery stable Faris Parker, e Q.2dwil?g SqloqL t - Family Groceries. : - Uook-Keepin- j:, li.-r- l frai-tio- VL jIamily (rocery JUDGE. first-clas- . self-mad-e ER U-OMM- MARY . -- - CASE & MILLET, jl 11 1. bo-for- e 1 her-lon- g Grocers T 9 NASHVILLE, KE3sTTUOKY Chattanooga HERTWECK, BALTZER ,ny-iM & CO. Atlanta, Florida pa S0UTBEA8T1 C.& WK for-war- d RANDLE. Hickman, Kentucky. FAVORITjE TRIE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, M1ICW, HIC 3K tJCA BR J F-AJRI- -- DMTUI8, - - e, .. ( J. W. GROCERIES Fresh Meats, F. E. CASE, O JJen-net- t, un-le- ss civil-servic- e .,Jeotssaloon, 11-- m ,i O "3a s a && & H ,'v . r V vjS -- -- iV,'-' )ir . r. a. .1 f r.vaU"-),-.